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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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1964 12 PACES 10 CENTS 41. YEAR NUMBER 64Ar





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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,

UNITED NATIONS, N.T
(AP) Patrick Gordon Walker, /
new British foreign secretary,,


nays year asking Geneva his Red disarmament government China to talks Join favors next the Run To The Wire


"()( course one must consult
with the other countries In.
volved," he told a news confer. By FRANK CORMIER H, Humphrey u his running of Midwestern voteJmntlng that
ends Tuesday night on his first L06 ANGELES Calif. (AP) mate will take him also to Oehkosh,
visit to U.N. headquarters. : President' Johnson, who The Republican nominee for Wes, and Ea/rt St. Louis, Dl.
claims he Is wrapping election the White Mouse hammered Johnson, he said, "has failed
Issues around Barry Gold away at his charge that Johnson to arouse real grass roots sup.
PARIS (AP) An J803.00C :: water'a neck, said today he will I* hungry for power, and ac. port for his andldary."
Increase has been voted In the 1 W rs "not play the war game of bluff cued the President of trying to He said Johnson mlarop.roMtits .
U.N. Educational, Scientific and and bluster." frighten people\ Into voting for his poaUkma! and will
Cultural Organliatlon's 148,925. Johnson bore down on quea him. not debate campaign questions
000 budget for the next two dons of war and peace in a '1 charge/* the Art tuna sona.
years, mostly to help employesat h speech prepared for an outdoor tor laid, 'that the Johnson ma.
UNESCO headquarter la audience at Albuquerque, N.M., chine la driven by lust for pow. It's
Paris cope with the city's high Mart of a dayJong tour through er, by fear of the exposure of PrimpingTime
cost of living.PARIS the West that actually was wrongdoing In high places, by
aimed primarily at voters In tear of punishment and by hope For Our
\ Southern California. of special privilege."

CAP) The govern The. President's strongest Goldwater alternated between
ment of Premier Georges Pom. ) language was prepared for the dotense and attack In a speech Queen Entrants
pldou early today survived a New Mexico crowd. prepared for a rally at Cedar
Socialist attempt to censure Its He saldi "The stake In the Rapids, low. R kicks off a day Lovely Tommle Dee Kirk of

agricultural policies. The mo. T TTO election are success and survU Goodland, MU Swamp BuoY
tlon 209 of the nsc a. recklessness
got only
: ." val. The Issues Queen of 1983, will be on the
got votes.TOKYO .
nary or responsibility.
Going on to stress Issues Nursing Home tape of the Naples High School
auditorium tomorrow night to
he find him and
whtcn says
(AP)) Ma Chlng. the 43 women who
far apart, Johnson greet young
offering Qoldwater Needed Here
shan, Nationalist Chinese Olym. STIMULATE INTEREST in getting out the vote Naples Jaycees are concluded, In his stiffest Ian. are competing for this year**
pic marksman who defected last this bicycle a* a prize to the grade school boy or girl who turn in "We cannot and we will coveted title. (See Pegs 10))
Friday is aboard a Japanese the most tags, saying "I have voted" which will be handed to each person cast. guagei not play the war game of Muff Says Brothers Pnllmlnary\ Hglr* will\ start
freighter scheduled to leave ing a ballot in the general) election Tuesday. Jimmy Haire. Sunshine Hardware and bluster. That naV I* too promptly at eight o'clock and
Thursday for Communist China. the bike to John Leavitt of the Jaycee committee great" block of
salesman left, shows while the Mg. vote are
.
,
Ma, I8.yoar.old retired Ne.tlonallst (Mef.rath photo) Before swinging Into the West, Dr. Clyde L. Brother of the counted te decide who the eight
army officer, w.nt Johnson made a quickie tour d Collier Health Department has
aboard the Shinho Mara todayIn the Northeast Tuesday night In called a special mooting for S final!*!* win .M. entertainment
Osaka A heavy police guard Pittsburgh's ultra.modenAuditorium p.m. November 4. will be supplied by Iha MoCun
was Pad around 1M vessel., the he delivered one of at the Naples PaderalavtngssodIran brother and the Van Der Veer
.
=: '' .For of building t' TVup the need Music Cemer.Th .
--- Pushing the not surprising stwechee.
BERLIN AP) West c.i.DlIII Jaycees: .' tie campaign;. ** pf estabUsltlal aurslnf Jieme. In eight' itlI'cIkiMttI b pop*'
(
,'. federal court of appeals Ticking off a sense* of major Collier County. ulir\ acclaim Thursday night will
policy questions, Including the Resident as well asrepreseiwtatlvee attend the Coronation Ball tt the
has suggested that Parliament
look Into the matter of sterlllta. civil right law, Johnson said of churches, clubs and peach Club Hotel) Saturday night
tlon and come with an ade with direct reference to Gold civic organizations are urgedto and one will be namedandcrown-
up
.
Vote Next TuesdayNaples attend aivi.tf H4etoeome
poa
In
aQ Issue
Big waken These are ed "Ml Queenof
quite law.KUALA. this campaign, and we are prepared with numbers of knownor ** Swamp Dial
184.
wrapping, them right around his potential patients who are In
LUMPUR, MalaysiaAP A world globe will be awardedto All children will stay complete neck." need of a nursing home. The eight/ finalists will also
today announ.
( ) Malaysian Prime Min. ced a contest Jaycee to stimulate Inter the homeroom that accumu. ty away from the polls. Any The President later, speaking There Is .not a single\ nursing ride on dell TOM Wive*decorated -
\later Tunku Abdul Rahman sayi eet In getting out the vote for lates the highest total tags In child reported collecting tags In off the cuff, cited a newspaperadvertisement home la Collier County" said float In Saturday* parade.
be is willing to meet Philippine general election Marco, Everglades, Immokaleeand the Immediate area of the polls repudiated by Dr. Brothers. "We who work Mr. Rachel niodgett, eoereury -
Tuesday's from the he said closely with the problem find It of bw.
President Diosdado Macapagal Tap will be passed out<< at each Naples. will be disqualified con. Goldwaler which Swamp DIm Dep.
"anywhere, anytime" to dUcusi polling place In the county to The contest will end Friday, test claim that his administration locessery to refer patients to .has announced that rwo-cvlln*
the Philippine claim to the voters u they finish voting.Prises Nor 6, IOU, at the start of Tabulation of the number of seeks law that would make OIItod.town facilities which re. der air-cooled buggy ha been
Malaysian Borneo state of 8*. will be offered tograde school on that fay AU tag will tags will be made by the home Negroes happy )Jubwlse, and duce opportunities to visit the entered In the Sunday races at
.
mention the added
to
Desk children who collect the most be turned In to the homeroom room teachers In the various white people glum.\ patient,: nut Mil O' Mud track. V one
.- tags from the voters and turn teacher on that Frldty morning ..chooInd\ turned in to J. Bltn "1 want to meet that one heed cams Dr. Bnthert pointed out tllatand.r or more similar type of buggy

them In.Rules. Taylor, chairman of the Naples on," he aald. the Florida Department of U entered for the event, Mr*.
MANILA (AP) ConsUbu. Jaytee committee PrlieawUlbs "That I* pure, dirty racism
follow
of the contest CUBA
DELUGE IN heat will
said
Welfare a special
home Blodptt
Public mining
a
,
that Is being
lary officials said today they Contest is. limited to schoolchildren awarded Monday morning, No. and propaganda
.
have recovered the bodies of 40 in Grades 1. .. MIAMI fAP>- Havana Radio vember t.Money passed around. There la Mil any In the county could be made poa.lUe be run,
passengers of a motor launch First prise will be a bicyclefor .aid today a 10-inch deluge de. for toe prices has been bill that Congreia ever passed with funds.local and federal tulle
which capsized Sunday off Lu.gus stroyed buildings and homos that takes any job away froman'bod Burton
the boy or girl who collectsthe Smith real
donated by W. Boy recommended lathe
in Pinar del Rio, Ha. PrnpoaaU
.
Island to the Suln Archlpalogo. Tuesday Council Orders
his or
most tag through Insur-
tor and th. SrnIUl.1Atah.r call'ora
IMS legislature
Another 18 persons were Individual effort. pars and Mataniaa provinces.A Johnson said some people
\ her two-story apartment house ante agency, Taylor aald. lot of word to try to I) mllllondollarincrewinstilepbmnding
out
listed a* missing. will be "put a
Officers said five crew mem. awarded A runner-up to the priM second highest In Old Havana collapsed but For the first time this year smear and fear and scare poo. to be matched by ever 'Modern Problem1Debate
bora of (fie vessel were rescued Individual total from a different none of the 111 occupants was the getxxiUhe.volo drive ram. pie who are working by saying 40 million dollar la federal
and are being had reported Injured Deign In the Immokalee area will that some other man I I. going to fund', Frank M. Cra lS/ate WeUfare {
area. Secret
be handled by the new tmmoka.I. get his Job." director eq4ined.
.. Jaycee organt'atonwhich bal "Many of Iheoe program Im
been formed there and sops rate porvements are long overdue," VATICAN CITY (O-'re.
'Reserves' At Big prizes will be awarded by that By WALTER R. MKAK4 said Craft "If Florid does ..4 siding officers at the Vatlcaa
AP)
chU'iron In the Ira.mokalee CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa ( got the foot"ral/llone,bar,It will Ecumenical Council toy or.
group to the ... Go44w.lor said:
grade srh'0 ... Barry CO to some other slate wbldl pro. dared full secrecy for the Ro.sian .
I Sing Club today President JohnwMi. "kid. batty pays lees money Into the Catholic aaaooiMy' debateof
At Beach Seven thousand,I lUkets have n ned the Denv" rill arty"for

Gentle Sex Away federal la* fund than Floridaass. ''\II. more delicate" modersworld
.
been secured for rae In the Ma./ eventual deliver, 'to Social ." problem, presumably In.
jfounced. Ser Hubert
plea area, Taylor lets when h. -note chiding birth control.

Before reaching the besot of
About 160 lady golfer coming Firm.Vero Beachj and Marcell Two team were tied at 81, deliate on current world pro*.

from all pans of the awe Harris, Delriy Bach l Indicating competition among the Urns, the ruunrtl first honored
honor with was close. the tale pupa> Jolla KID{, who
teed off this morning at the Beach Second place: a senior lady team
Club la the first round of 36 cor* of 69 went to the foursomecomprised In addition to the first roundIn called the council to attune Roma
S
with modem
ofi Mildred Genther the championship tourney CatholiCism'
bole\ of competition In the lOta
annual tournament of the Florida Dunedtaj Stella Hutcht soTar which will be played In five lime A chain priests who are per.

Senior Women Golf Aa- pon$Spring Mary Sharp, Delriy flight, special competition U In* Uh pastors Joined I* celebrating
soclarton. Beach and Lucy Norris Fan eluded for the charter: member a special wale In BU Peter'

Yesterday the feminine golf* Luderdte. and player over 00.MEANWHILE.. Basiiirs w memory of Pope

en paying at the Beach! Ckt The team In third pUce wucomprised John's eledtoa to the papacy *U
competed In a four ball-test of Mary G01dlberry, .. eta rears ago tmkiy
ball team tournament. ne winning Daytona Bud: Guile Rudder- About 80"Reserve Member Alter the kUsa. the council
foursome which turned to a nan.Galnetvtlk Marjorte Daly, of the Florida Senior Women' was to start debate on the ceiu
net ICOn of 68 Included ,. Tamp and Jean Prtore, Pom Golf Association were hi eompe* Seal Suds| of Ute srhom enlU.
Church ill the Modem
lied "DM
Beach. A net score of oO titian yesterday at Big CyppasGolf
Certain.Delri;Beach)Charlotte patIO World" DlaeuMkM the pest sU
Soldo,West Palm Beach Virginia won third honors and Country Sdboissformp days bee ben on the opening
air nut round of : chapters

honor In the reserve section Much of the material t> the
of the stare association" 'r br general rha<4or ergo. Roman
Membership In the state u- Catholk/ to fit Into the world
soclailon 1* limited to 200 member *it bout losing tight 0'life seer

'' MONGQIId ; *, and the reserve member death, and to work wttft all ....

li 11NIIANG :,ttiaf > comprise the group which bat for oanWr )Utltk..
mad application for membership r..
but are not yet. admitted to Phones
AP Wire
,
the ertanUatlon.to a.. a.
the championship flight at Dead At The NEWSThe

," Big Cyprus,Ver erg mother

w"ecN. and. i of professional Play Pert,cop NEWS again had big tnm
bYn I peeS up I low 'rcu..n. for the bins till morning with both the
; CHINA ,:, day with a score of U. Mr, AJ wire and telephone going

,. f Berg II I from Fort Myer out of conunUiloa for an cx-
INDIA ,,!,'I\I." .!I Second tow green went to Mri tended period.Some .
{,> )1' George Van Schenck. of Urje, Item of local Interest,
.". )' I. ,\ with tS. Mr. Van Sehtnck: also normally phoned In.wtll he ml***

MIUt --.. /IM1AA won tow net honor with 7J. and BCA' 'OF DIRECTORS of C: F '. tier..:iW if.olfAssora, ln>, along with same hems of

0 Ise TAMAN low pan honor with 21. t:,, for the photograph r' ? ," r; *c_ Left to right luilonal imret usually wired
to the firs night division took M- V Brumfic Mrs J., 'i i'sera: cr It Mr* Hugo by tf4 AiiocUted Prets.Tb .
e,... Yen* Beach: and Mr*. *" )fr.. J Ran dtiraptlon In servtoa wa*
BOMB SPARKS FALLOUT FlAa.-JapaMM scientist. re 1'1.! ;"!au8, (l.t..1. ac.'r.'' .a a ;'
j. :. Kaobloek.Hollywood, tied )Ir.. '. Meyer, caused by sa accident cm InS
porting abnormally heavy radtoKtivt fall-out bUm Chinsrecenty 1'-1"' lnauiMCE' J B Ka anatigh a :e pres.nit'
bomb for011\ frees honor wfcfc 17s.The -.c'' ., I> Gofftf'rrath cable 'leading co the NEWS
exploded unclear derice Map pinpoints Mr*. n Km: f 'iausen fa) ', .f
tu In great Tibia Makan desert in CJ Da'. IUIklaonee IjiUout sane twe$Uyers pia photo I area, b wu reponed..I8RAry .

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Kennedy, Keating, r" Court

r *> ** ** * ***** ******* Duck DebatingFace I County



,Highlighting To FaceNEW I ,, t' yI t Richard U who to license was revoked, Maldonadowas
I Y I Cow Court Monday ed charged with bribery and

YORK (AP) Accus.Ing 111 Charles P. Hamrn to 90 days Ray, tr puIIDr. Thedefendants
each other of ducking a I on a charge failed to appear In court.
In the county Jail
1Ia .to.tac. television donate, and W. Pre-seateao Investigations
The Local Week of notation of probation;
Republican Sen. Kenneth n.Keating C. Land, SO days on a chwg were ordered In the cases of
and his Demo, r.tl, of obtaining lodging with Intent Richard 1..Rotifers,charged with
Opponent Robert F. Kenned, to defraud. possession of alcohol by a into.or .

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. JM. *. *. *. *. * 4,I went Tuesday on night.Kennedy back.to.bark. Me "ts for Warrants Raymond were Oillson ordered Albert Issued Mal conditions and with;; and speed William too great P. for McCoy

appeared outside, the dORado and Harmon J. Ray. GU- charged with depriving.
The Greater Naples Chamber pletlon date Is set for August studio as Keatlnf i"',' ," YL f ,1 lace "d charged with no valid Cases against Grady Branx,

of COmm.rc..u) named agentto 1MB. "debating" an emutlui l driver's license and driving while charged with no valid driver's
spend the $80,000 the day Wallace Woodruff, principal at but was barred from rEach ; license, and Peter V, Weeks,
budgeted for advertising and pro. Naples Senior High School said side gave different cxpu. charged with Inadequate brakes,
motion. new classrooms were badly need nations were continued. G. H. platt,
ed to meet the everJncreaalng After Keatlng's hal r.hOUI on charged with assault and bat.
school population. He spoke at a which he said Kenne'iv' impalgn LBJ Walker tery was granted a Jury trial.
City Manager Vince Wood for.. meeting of the Parent.Teacher was dirty and ruthless, Elsie Cordaro was given an
cast at Wednesday's session of Student Association Kennedy went on his own -.now. u option of $25 fine or 25 days In
th. City Council that major arter. It was announced that the Na. He said all his charges against r rk Jail on a worthIes. check charge

lal streets In the s;IM" fID: m dons! Broadcasting Co.,will film Keeling were documented and Talk NATO William A. Dempsey was given a
drainage and street eoastfrlc.tton StlalllP Buggy Days for a sports that he had never questionedthe alx.nonth Jail sentence which

program,'MQ WJlotshetl by'showing early next year. senator's integrity. was withheld for a period of five
December 4.'' Wood said the bra. Agriculture Census will start Both candidates claimed they W years pending further violenceto
Ject was about :30 days behind In the County November 1, DonLander had accepted WCBS.TV's offerof family. He was charged with

schedule [local County Cotillion agent announced.The Club free time for a debate, pos. NEW TV r AMER4 which will! be used for closed circuit television Arms IssueWASHINGTON assault and battery Buddy For.
Tommy Kehoe County Civil open slbly statewide hookup. found
on a sytbe was not guilty tres.
hroad< .t i i tiv 'r f'hanin'1 2 delineating thr history and growth Swamp
Defense director reviewed all ed the new season with a formal Each said the other had run u.s. passing. Charge of
dinner dance at The Moorings BUKM I'm-- nionstiated bv Plot'her Quane chief rAP) vagrancy
preparations for Hurricane Is. TiIkh i that British Prime against James Math!. was dls.
looks officials
bell and announced that all phases Country Dub Saturday evening out.The separate, successive of oull c'oust: right as Richard L Cox, manager onThi hope Harold Wilson will be missed.
Minister
of the organization functioned I I with 22 couples In attendance. shows cost them $5,400 each. liroart alit at 7 clock tomorrow night is planned as a public ready to make concrete proposal Dennis Saunders paid a $50

perfectly. Collier Countlans were The candidates presented semu tn the lommunih (NEWS photo) for organizing a nuclearweapons fine on a charge of no valid
thankful Isbell was a lot friend. widely differing views on aletter force for the Worth/ driver's license. Satanic E. Keith
....
Her than Donna. Comparatively County School Board, In which the Fair Campaign Organizationwhen was given a suspended sentenceof
Atlantic Treaty
little damage was done. .Ion Monday, authorized con. Practices Committee sent Ken. for talks $25 or 25 days on a speed.
here
Men and machines were reported ,, structlon of a new $360,000 ele.mentary nedy but later withdrew. he comes In about log charge.

working 12 hours a day s'j: school In Immokalee; a Keating read from an accountIn First Signs Appearing From six with weeks.The President. Johnson Following forfeited bonds on

days per week developing Marco, new $90,000 library for the Jun. the New York Herald Trlb. NATO nuclear problemwas failure to appeari John A Rhodes,

Ialand.Marco Island DevelopmentCorp. lor High In Naples. Some addl. uric, citing an alleged quotation the major Issue posed in Improper brakes, $25; Robert
., Manager M.R. Mathews tlonal remodelling was author. from the letter. Keating said It with Johnson administration Wosterchlll: violation of restrtc.

said the developers plan to have Iced at Junior High. confirmed his charge of distortion Fallout Of Red China BlastWASHINGTON conferences leaders Mondayand lions, $33; Salvador F, Marino,
IS model homes, a $100,000yachtclub Jack Isaacs, 58..ar.old pro.the and learning that the Tuesday by the foreign speeding $25; Michael A. Mills,
fessional from Jupiter, won
telephone exchange and a committee had withdrawn the
Cham secretary of the new British speeding, $25; Hobert E. Hyder,
motel ready for a special eele. 10th annual Florida PGA letter Keating saldt "It makesno Smoot
speeding, $30 J, Wilson
bratlon by January 1C. Upwardof plonahlp Tournament concluded difference what this commit. (AP) First rain at the time. Estimate i surveillance network over thecard Labor government, Patrick speeding $30; Ronald A. McDan.,
SOO dignitaries will be invitedto Sunday at the Beach Club. He tee does now, under any arm signs of what appears to be a were that this high-level I weekend. Gordon Walker. lei ;
speeding, $25 Gordon U
the special event.A replaces Fete Cooper the defend. twisting or whatever." delayed trickle of fallout from containing the bulk of radioactivity Hawaii and Alaska reported Gordon Walker told a news Fonda ;
log champion. Isaacs was In at But Red China's Oct. 18 nuclear from the test levels slightly exceeding five conference Tuesday that the driving wrong side, $35
Kennedy said he
under for the 12. believedhis blast showed on American plco-curles per cubic meter of British government needs time
280, eight par up floated out to sea the night of
foundation permit was issued hol $ About'" 100 fu feN took' Integrity had been vlndlcat.d territory over the weekend in a Oct 20. air the level at which report. In which to formulate specific GM PuttingOut
the
by
f committee's with log tQ the Central network is plan In the NATO nuclearweapons
pattern previously forecast. by fallout
by the City Building Departmentfor part. drawal of the letter and its But Weather Bureau
apol.
a new luxury neighborhood Naples was a beehive of actlv. ogy to him. the UJJ. Weather Bureau specialists had said debris at required for those particularareas. field. TrickleOf
shopping center across from Ity over the weekend as many or. Ralph McGUl Small, but detectable In. lower levels might continue to He also assured U.8. officials
publisher of the
Lowdermllk Park on Gulf Shore Sanitations prepared for the big Atlanta creases were noted In Alaska, pass over certain areas of the In the rest of the United that his government did not

Blvd. Plans call for 28 retail three.day Swamp Buggy Days eel. from the Constitution committee because resigned of Hawaii and some Western endMidwestern United States for .A week or so States, the reporting Stations point Is 10 intend the to sake stall of delaying on the problemfor Indefinitely New Cars

and services stores, and a com. ebratlon Just one week ahead. the letter He said it states afterward. pico-curles. reporting
The County Building Depart. criticism of appearedthe As forecast, the Increases In This was In line with the pat., an excess over that In areas action within NATO on a DETROIT (AP) Crippling
meet reported permits for new Kennedy was a atmospheric radiation were tern observed by the Public deemed to be within the path of US. proposal for a nuclear locaMevel strikes continued
construction readied t value of had committee not been action, but that he very small Infinitesimal com. Health Service's radiological the fallout were Spokane, armed force of 25 surface ships today at 28 General Motors

$290,000 during the past week.A consulted pared with levels reached In ,, Wash.) Helena, Mont.; Chey. known as the MLF which plants, but the automating
$100,000 water plant for Marco Bruce 1.. Felknor, the com. 1961 and 1962 and In line with enne, Wyo.; Denver, Colo.; Salt would be Jointly owned and giant at least was getting a

WEEKSREFRIGERATION Island was the largest permit said mlttee's that executive the director, had predictions of government Lake City Utah; and Pierre, manned by participating allied trickle of new cars out
Herald Tribunehad
Issued Carl Clemmer reported scientists who have said the Red Florida CitrusRecovering S.D. The highest level was 26 countries. The United Auto Workers
application for 22 more per. obtained the quotationsfrom China test would cause no undue plco-curles at Pierre.A Johnson's deadline for getting Union called off a 31-day nation.
the letter
A mlts for construction on Marco surreptitiouslyand health hazard In this country. From plco-curle Is a unit of radla. basic agreement on the forma wide strike against CM Sunday
Island had been filed and will over the committee's objec. The fallout evidence was re. tlon equivalent to a millionth tlon of such a force has been the but it permitted bargaining
APPLIANCE SERVICEAnnounces be processed lOOn.Condemnation lions, and that, besides, the ported by the Radiological of a millionth of a curie A curie end of this year. It Is now very units still without aMhe.plant
letter had been sent to
Kennedy Health Division of the U.s. Pub. Freeze In 1962 Is the amount of radiation questionable that this deadlinecan working agreements to stay off
only to obtain further Informa. He Health Service today In re. given oft by. one gram of radl.urn. be met although U.s. offl. the Job In support of local da.mands. .
suits were filedIn tlon from him. soonse to oiimiitnn WASHINGTON (AP)-The Ag. dais made clear It has not been .
After the television shows, the the Increases In rlculture Department said todaya formally abandoned.
Evidently There have been three local.
Circuit Court the
With pride that they Commission by 88 County Keating camp said Kennedy's ground4evel radiation came sharp increase in production f 1 The Labor party's approachnow level settlement since then.

have been appointed I owners to clear against right property i of.wax last minute effort to appear from radio-active debris hurled of citrus fruits Is In prospect lNews From seems to be that broader Thus 25 of the 130 bargainingunits

dealer for for the Everglades Expressway with Keating was "eyewash"because aloft by the Red China teat at 1964-65, due largely to rapid re. I concept for a NATO nuclear In GM's farflung opera
the station had set a levels lower than 30,000 feet -cover, of trees In Florida and force Is necessary some kind tlons still have no at.theoplant
known
better locally as Alligator 3)30) p.m. deadline for accept debris which would be expectedto Texas from freezes In 1962.It County, Records of plan which would cover not working agreements to supple.
Alley Contracts have already
'
FRIED*1 CH I once of the debate offer end takf longer to reach North predicted that the increase only airy seaborne force but also menUhe( new;OJA.W.CM national
been let for 10 pales -of 'the .
Kennedy bad not met It. America than the material will mean greater supplies of 'land asedifluolear .weapons- lathe confHct. *
cresifState in
Collier
highway >
Air Conditioners" County and 27 miles in Brow. Learning that Keating Had tossed higher and carried on 100 frozen orange concentrate and CHANCERY DOCKETF NATO area of Western Eu The Pontiac Motors Division

and ard County. purchased his own halfJiour m.p.h. winds. other processed Items. Shirley A. Messlck vs ArthurF at Pontiac, Mich., and the Buick
Ht Pump Naples Woman's Club announc. Kennedy aides hurriedly pur. The Weather Bureau had said Production of other fruits, the Messlck divorce rope.While the British have Division at Flint, Mich., now
ed It will hold the annual Christ. chased the following half.hour. debris at the higher levels pre.department said, may not match Henry B. Watkins and Edwin A. stressed the need for delay, the have new cars rolling off as.
mas Bazaar and luncheon on sum ably sailed across the Unit.In 1965 the record 1964 crop Jones vs George Vega, Jr., Tr., United States has been under sembly lines. So has a Bulck.
ed States and out to sea without which benefited from generally et al partition. pressure from West Germany toad Oldsmoblle-Pontiac assembl]
Thursday, December 3.
F ee&nEFRIGERATION The football Court Asks For any appreciable fallout on the favorable weather. Sandra F. Rowel! vs James A. on the MLF with all possible plant at Kansas City Kan.A .
Eagles team
More country thanks to a lack of "From now until mid-1983," Rowell divorce speed. West German leaders total of 21. assembly plantsor
swamped the Cardinal
Mooney ArgumentsIn the department said In a sum. Norma Kinney vs John Kinney recently suggested that U other related Fisher body plant-
team 13
to 1
the Friday night on Bible CaseTALLAHASSEE marl of the fruit situation, "to. divorce. NATO allies were unwilling to still are closed by unresolved
local high school field n Gentle Sex tal supplies of processed non. Z rztwllkl.YSEmo
Madelalne participate West Germany and local disputes. Also still shut 1*
AMD APPLIANCE was Naples' first win of the
year. (AP) The citrus fruits are expected to be est Francis Zakrzewskle..non. the United States should act the Hydra-Matlc Division at
SERVICE County realty sales for the Florida Supreme Court has (Continued from page 1) much larger than a year earlier support alone to conclude an MLF nearby Willow Run, which

cnln.e'HllLvIIIIAroR, ) processing period ending Otto called for additional written and Den lIovde, Ormond Beach, tied Continued strong consumer demand agreement by the end of the builds automatic transmissionsfor
bet 16 reached .
a whopping $l, oral arguments before enteringa for fresh and processed COMMON LAW
year. all GM
2324 DAVIS BLVD for low net honors with TS's.: cars.
158.441. final order In the Bible road. fruit Is In prospect." State Road Dept. and Collier
MI. 1.7317 Ing can Low pun honors In the fight The summary said exports of County et al, vs Gabriel II,Lutf,

Don't Be A Litterbug The case, brought by a group went to Fran Rockefeller, with both fresh and processed fruits et ux, et al condemnation.
of agnostic s and Jews at Miami 28.In are expected to be moderately Gumenlndo Ortega, Individualand
.Beach! resulted In the state's the second flight low gross larger In the 196445\ season thana as next friend and parent of pmr4.
law requiring dally Bible read. honors were won by Helen James year ago, with most of the Rogello Ortego vs Earl T. Bar.
._ SALE leg In the classroom being de. of Leesburg with 91. In second gain In processed fruits. It said ber auto negligence
Glared unconstitutional) by the U. was Charlotte Llnane, Fort LaU. canned peaches and fruit cock. John Marlowe and Shirley

S, Supreme Court. derdale, with 92. James had low tail leading export It.m.-r. Smith Beck vs Alice V. Kelly,

The state's highest court, net with 10, and Llnane was second In record supply Arthur H. Will and Mildred E.
which twice upheld the law, Is It also reported that export of Will unpaid promissory note
with 73 also low
James won
.
10 Years' Building Experience in Naples
expected to enter an order Inline fresh fruits may match the 1963.
COTTONBLOUSES with the U.S. Supreme Court putt honors with 30. 64 volume and some gain may'

WOMEN'S decision But it gave sides to Top low gross scorer In the be recorded In tree nut exports S Residential S Alterations
Jan. 1 to file new briefs.Asst. third flight ElizabethSwtzey mainly because of the large 1964

Atty. Gen. Ralph Odum of Winter Park with 04. Amy almond crop. Commercial 41
said he expected the court to lay Whidden, Pahokee, was second The summary, discussing die IIVoe Remodeling

down guidelines for school offl. with 96. The same two players rut fruits, said the crop of

1.00 date tied for low net honors with 72. early, mid-season and navel or.anges .
Whldden won low pun honors Is forecast at 60.6 millionboxes 1 Alpll

HOLE.rv.ONE'ASHLAND with 30. up 37 per cent from the hl-fl and stereo bulla
Broken Sizes Ky. (AP) Larry 196344 crop.Florida .
Elizabeth Hyman. Jackson be Interested, te
might
Carr scored orange production Is
a hole-tn-one at vllle, topped the fourth flight S3.6 I Ml 2.10')6 4786th St.. s.
expected to be million box. know that an Inventive
Rolling Meadow Golf Course,or
bracket with 102. Lucy Anderson -
es up 43 per cent and the grape
15 ONLY WOMEN'S did h.? Lake Worth was second with fruit production, Including California fellow by the name of

Carry's ball bounced hopped 104. Low net honors went to Is expected to be 40.8 mil EmiU Berliner darted the

and then dropped Into the cup. the same players, Hyman 75: lion boxes, up 25 per cent. ball te rolling with a

HOUSECOATS3.OO Trouble was It was on No. 1 Anderson 76, with Mrs. Bill DaBardenaz workable dine record and
sharing GREETINGS! l
of Fort
green and ht war aiming for the Myers >Ie 18117.I ,
honors with a player. Title
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cup on No. I. second place Ky. (AP-Lum THE
5.00 76 also. Mrs A.G. Keeley of Barker received thousands of decade following the Ed. 1

Fort Myers turned In a score greeting cards recently but he IIOB tinfoil cylinder. Ber. '

Values To 8.95 THE In of the 31 to win the putting honors wasn't happy with the deliverye.rvire. liner borrowed from the POLL TAXAMENDMENT

flight. Greek language te .aehis I ,
The reserve members will play
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ONLY 32 GARMENTSMaternity Biq.G Cypress of Barker's service station. phone", meaning "sound

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By JANE MARTIN men, the island remained quiet i+b" tale weekend, but were also
OOOOGOOOOOOOOOOWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoaI v throughout last week Many flan. quite lucky (or skillful) when
ornttn reported catching nuroer. they arrived home with many
I The thuttert ere coming off all over town. Dr < < out redflsh and Mapper. Also large redfiah. Mr. Weem and
I It was that party are frequent at the
reported guests
a 1% dpom.ano
I I Mrs. S. C. Ogburn jr. arrived on Galleon Drive Sjnd," wis caught IIO\I Isles! of Capri Fishing lodge,es.pecUlly .

! By Monday noon the: shutters were open, bringing Misses Joanne and Peggy Win. during the summer.

the sunlight end revealing much new building aui' ,j I"hell took a but trip to Miami, The bookmobile will be here
I the canal. where Joanne went to the ortho. today, October 28.
! 3 dontlei and both the girl visit
The Ogburns' summer in Wilton, Maine, vm the ed with their mother, grandma
r coldest recorded since 1871 but they had a wonderful ther, .nd grandfather. The girls Jehovah's Witness

time, especially during the month their four grandson! health reported was Improving that their mother'thai the

were with them. The boys with their parents Mapr hopes to return home for Swamp Meeting To Draw

and Mrs. Frank O. Miller Jr. have returned after three Buggy Weekend
.
...
I ". \.. ,,",. A big weekend l I. planned by SO NeapolitansFifty
WARM TOP in Miller stationed the "
wool ii years Germany. Major is now at most of the residents Moat o-

the dominant feature of orange Pentagon and the Millers will live in Fairfax Va. IT MAKES CENTS -- E\a Adams. director of the Mint. Washington the people here plan to attend Naples resident will attend -

tambourine hat with a matching En route north Dr and Mrs. Ogburn always stayat (left), cnnwatuluti Mrs Mamie B Tooke. of the Bank the Swamp Buggy Parade Satur. the threelay convention of
scarf day. Jehovah' Witnesses be
of wool skitms. It's from fl'l'Sldt'nt Sunday everyone I I. planning to held
',mono Mirman's autumn and the Haverford 1 Haverford, Pa. This year they of Naples, for outstanding volunteer serxicf 0 >alUIT Depart.ment's on closing up chop and attending In Terry Field,Fort Myers,Octo.
J winter collection In London. spotted a 64 license pate. Upon investigation they found Savings Bond progranf Miss Adams attended a mWtlnir of the race*. ber 10, II and November 1,
the American Bankers Association's Savings! Bonds Committee, held Four of the junior hlghand ten. according to Rev Wallace En
I the car belonged to the Leonard Lathams so spent a as a highlight of ABA's 90th annual convention in MiamI. As head lor high student here on the I.. dres, Naples,presiding minister.
Sammee nice evening with them. Mr. and Mrs. Latham were of the Mint, she is cooperating in the association's campaign to get land were on the A B honor "The weekend seminar" he
Ii i Tong, on the way to spend the summer on Cape Cod. idle coins into circulation to alleviate a national shortage. Over 100 roll thla six weeks R.portearda said, "Is specially arranged to
were a cause for smiles provide Scriptural Instruction
leading bankers all active members of the Bond toil
Savings program'scorps
On the return trip to Naples the Ogburns had a and
Screen Actor volunteers Judy Jurek, Craig JavorsU, and Christian fellowship by
participated in the committee ...asion.Gi,1 .
fleeting glimpse of their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs Loren Ralph "R. E," Lucado, eighth! means of lectures, group discussion

Takes Own Life Dodson, as their tram cars passed at the World fair. They "grade High and student Call at Winchell Naples Junior seniorat ."* and actual demonstrations. .

never actually managed to speak to each other but viaa Koln-rl Adams Naples Senior High In commenting on the program,

HOLLYWOOD (AP) Police phone message the Dodsons left word they would arrive Mr. and Mrs M. A. Perry of End res said, "The convention
said veteran Chinese character Stout! Holes Pllhlisht, New Miami visited the "Isles" last I* designed to aid all follower
actor Sammee Tong left thl in Naples about the first of December. $ week for several days The Per. of Christ to more fully meet
note for themt Back to the shutter department. "Blue Shutters," the rys own property here and love their responsibility of 'speaking;
"I have taken my own life. No home on Lantern Lane which Mr. and Mrs. Leston Faneuf Nnpl's Alluiiu to come over and catch flat the Word of God with boldness
one 1* to blame. BY MRS. DONALD M. SCHLERF Fishing out of the Isles of Capri throughout the world."
Tong, 63, a screen performer purchased from Dr. and Mrs. Ashley Howes, is ready Robert Adams, Naples poet Fishing Lodge, they caught a The Friday program begin at
for 25 year, was found dead tor guests. The Faneufs arrived three weeks ago from laureate, has dime It again. mixed variety of fish Including 7 p.m. with the address of web
Tuesday at his home at nearby Lake Wilmurt, Hoffmeister, N. Y., and have had the Just returned from summer redfish, snapper andsheepshead. come by J, Sail, Supervisor of
Venice. An empty sleeping pill In the north, the Naples pootyes.terdiy !Staying at the Isle of Capri the Southeastern United State
bottle was found nearby.An usual busy time sorting books, pictures, etc. Now theyare The October leader's meeting available ac the Scout House In was pl'ouIDv showing cop. Marina and Mad this week are with the Watchtower Bible and
autopsy war ordered. looking forward to the arrival' of Mr. Faneufs brother- was held Monday evening at the the uniform exchange. Families lee of his newest volume of verse, Mr, and Mra. Howard Este of Tract Society Sala I* a native
Police aid Tong gave no in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Clifford B. Marsh, of Scout House in Gambler Park who hv "out-grown" uniformsare "My Naples Album", number 12 Columbus, Ohio They plan to of Buffalo, ,..Y. and a graduateof
explanation for his suicide, but with a representation from all urged to bring them to the In the series to his friends. spend! two weeks of fishing, the Bible School of Cllead.
left several note propped up on Buffalo. And Saturday night they will show their hometo troops except Brownie troop Scout House Immediately Girls Among the collection may be Mr. and Mrs, B. A. Zepernlck At gilt m.Re.E.W., Hooper
a chair In his apartment -cm a large group of friends when they entertain at a 315 and 246 A film on the who win not be able to parade found "The Coconut Tree" of Miami spent tour day fish. circuit minister with the watch
of them to his landlady and cocktail for the Marshes. Scout International f'rlendshlpprogr.m are asked to lend their uniform "Wonderful TV Commerrlal" lag out o( the isles of Capri Mar. tower Bible and Tract Society,
another to his attorney, dictaUIng party ina and will conduct the period of mini
as it U developed the latter In a humorous vein Motel
to a
final arrangement In the Rev. and Mrs. Tracy Day Spencer are staying on troop mate Uniforms may ferial training entitled"Bearing
through each level was shown be "Dream Com True, "A Back again this week were Mr.
purchued the
vent of his death. in Chautauqua, N. Y., for several more weeks. Mr. Spencer and rated four turi. On loan st American boarding house Ballad," and Mrs Phil Swenson of Miami Fruit to Jehovah' Praise.'
bachelor lived alone. Variety Store In Fort Myers. In Saturday at liJO a bap
Tong, a "Exciting Third Street South" The Swenson com to (the p.m. *
He war currently appearing In has been supply minister for e church near Buffalo. from the Gulf Coast Council for the event that some Scouts can- "Living on the Shore" Isles" whenever they get I Uam discourse will be givenby
the ABC television series, They will spend the holidays with their children and a limited time the movie ls In not procure a uniform for the "Shelter'* Luck" and "Collier chance. They spent three day J. Cats at the assembly site
ffMlct" ." He entered television grandchildren, and return to Naples early in January. color and sound and would make parade, they may appear In afresh County Library", this time while fishing out of the after which a mass baptism of
I In 1959 with the role of the wise. an excellent program for troop white blouse, dark skin, The Naples Influence may be Isle of Capri Marina and Motel :]new adherent to the faith will
I cracking houseboy In "Bachelor Mrs. Truman Reed, who also has a summer placein or mother's Leaders white or''be conducted.The .
, meetings. socks and white gloves seen In the last three titles. On Mr. and Mrs DUI Bonn
Father.. Chautauqua, is already back In Naples. who would like to arrange for Our oat this year, which win the other hand, "itonlor'. He. Miami were also guesta at the Initial showing In this
Tong was born In San Fran a showing should call Mrs E.W. have s camping theme, will be union," and "Looking Itarkward" Isles of Capri Marina and M'4el :'area of the twoJwur color film
ClfCO. REGULAR FALL VISIT ice st 23630 to reserve decorated by Cadctte Troop 124. have a nostalgic touch. for three day last week "Proclaiming, Everlasting Good
New Around the World" will
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Howe, of Madison, N. J., are a date.Mahal. Mr. and Mrs JJ. Broom and Returning horn happy and'lake place at Till p.m.
of
their ratrh
here for their fall visit and Mr. Howe's Manson, Gulf Coast Don Schlerf have ill proud large were
sister
regular procured s Mr. and Mr*. Fred !Hull, who Highlight of the convention 1*
Georgia Dealers Council field director for this flat truck and have done the pre LONCIST T I- 'the Sunday discourse "Our DU
Mrs. Charles R. Howell has been with them for a few pent two day fishing out of the
area, Introduced Dorothy Fair- llmlniry work on the float. The U>NDM (AP) A new Isles of Capri Marina and Motel. 'tided World-1 It Here to Slay?"
Attack Florida days. Sunday they took Mrs. Howell to Miami to Meet cloth of Bonlta Springs who has parade will terminate at Cam- London I Nil with nonstop lllle Haying at the Wes of Capri Mr. Sala wlU deliver this lUbe
Mr. Howell who has been in the Virgin Islands at a been named field director also bier Park and parents Ire ask has been acquired by DsvldM Fishing Lodge last weekend were <)led al I p.m An session
convention for the National Assoeiaffon'of Bank Super. and eventually will be working ed to pick up their Scouts st ,trick fat eventual, trsmferle Mr. Carl Busletttr and his fish.l 'are open le the puUlo and nocollection
Law On Poultry visors. In Miami they will attend the American Bankers with the Naples troops In the the'' Scout House promptly. Lots Broadway.W *.tomreillolle from Miami. Mr. 'IDuatlftMr .* liken '
"
near future diet hope to set up of fun coming up this weekend,,. >e chew, //11. Pereeevlion and"MNy returned
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Five Association convention before returning to' Pennington and Assassination' of Must *s home
a Field Service Center In FortMyers see you there) Sunday with a number oftarge Always shake '.r beat Frtnthdrtetlns
Georgia poultry firm asked the N. J. Mr. Howell is commissioner of Banking and Insurance where they will be readily Performed by tht Inmair of the redfish and a mixed catch before serving to mul
federal district court Tuesday to for the state of New Jersey. available to Neighborhoods AaYluu, of harcnlim Un.ler) the of snapper sheepshead, and a airy ii, in this state the dreeims
Florid from enforcing
prohibit Direitim of the Marquis deCads few snook does a good |ob uf evenly nisiing
its Inspection" on poultry. Mr. Sand Mrs. Jackson Moore arrived Friday after u CouncllllALson. e "are i"\ Pate aria Mr. Clyde Weem and party the salad ingredients.
Florida require a wing tag on Also Introduced was Mrs. ..P.8rosan ANNOUNCEMENTS Remem-
several months While
Lakeville Conn. route home
en ,
broilers, collect an Inspection who will serve as as- ber the training session for lead"
fee and otherwise regulate the and having their annual visit with Mrs. Moore's sisterIn llstant neighborhood chairman ers tomorrow evening at Ti30

cal of poultry. Virginia, they received word of the arrival I of a new and troop consult ant. Mrs.Bros- at the Scout House Mss Robert
The producer said In their 'grandchild. tart, s newcomer to Naples, has Gregg, training chairman, will
lawsuit that state regulation was had extensive In Girl
both unconstitutional and a rte Jonathan Evans Moore was born October 17th. He experience preside .
Scouting, much of It In upper Cadette Troop 49 mother's EndoftheMonthCLEARANCE
latlon of Interstate commerce.
They said they were complyingwith has a brother Andrew, three years old and their parentsare New York state. She has beena committee will hold a barbecue

every federal regulation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore, of Mt. Klsko, N. Y. council member and leader, and bale. tale on Friday afternoon -

aimed at putting wholesome Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Dickinson who spent the summerin having taken! a troop from the from 2 to 6i30, across the
chicken on the market and Brownie level through Senior street from the Carver School.
Appleton Wise back Ninth Avenue South
are on ,
asked the court to stop the state Scouting. This group became There will be freshly-made bar
from enforcing Its law, The end of November their son and daughter-in-law Dr. one of the few mounted troops becue and home baked pU. Pro-
Florida i* a major customerof and Mrs. Dickinson will Florida. After In the
Lane be in attending country and performed ceeds will be used to further the
Georgia poultry producer meetings in Miami, Dr. and Mrs. Dickinson will with distinction st many public troop program
But there has been friction over
the wing tag law for year, with come to Naples for a visit before returning to Urbanna, events.enthusiasm Her will friendly be a charm fine assetto and
the Georgia farmer objecting: III. !
the Naples Girl Scout
to it.The Florida law 1* aimed at The hazards of travel While In London a few weeks jam and she Is warmly wel-pro Three From Naples

dealer In Florida. Agriculture ago John Fawcett stepped In front of I taxi), end wound comed.
At ABA Thurs. Fri. Sot.
ConventionThree 3 BIG DAYS
dealer official have laid been that successful some of the la ,up at Charing Cross Hospital. He writes not much dam e e -

done from Naples are In Ml. -
brand
getting the poultrymen to at. age except to a new suitCANT SWAMP BUGGY PARADE
ami thl* week attending the 90th
tach the wing tag but that U All
NOTES Scouts and leaders annual convention of the Amer.
RESIST NEW FOODS ,
they failed, the dealer them will meet on Saturday at 1230pan. Irin Bankers' _taUOf\o Mr.
selves would have to do It. Another, but much more pleasant travel hazard, is j at the corner of Fifth Avenue Mamie Take and Mr*. Opel
There war no date set 1mm ed. ,weight-gaining. The Richard Wolfes postcard from their i South, and First Street. Truer represented the Dank of
for the cult. B
lately hearing
will be a three-Judge panel since) South American trip that customs and food vary in each j National. Girl Scout CouncU po- Naples and Frank Kerrigan,from SAVINGSUP
full I'lhe First National Bank,attendedthe
requires uniform for
Icy
constitutional question U I.valved. Do dishes "and
a country. They have been trying all the native all members In any public ap- I' public relation section of
heavier each I'the ronvediun.
The suit was filed by Canton getting day. .|petrawe for Scouting; Need
Poultry Inc., Georgia Broiler Mrs. W. Miller Cook has two parties planned, one Us to say, all uniforms shouldbe

Corp., Goldklst Poultry Grower fcr Saturday, Halloween night, and the other for Sunday j freshly washed and pressed. ton you are serving teasltuikey
Inc., Tiptop poultry be., and wtiN gloves wilt be worn by all. shays put an. save serving
'' November 15th. Mrs, Cook who the Mar.
Inc. manages plate beside the
Athens Poultry (Girls who still lack a unUorn server M
SBSJS'SBB.Sl'Sl.lSSSSS'aipSHMBSlBHSlB |ion Michael! Shop will be open for business November I,Ire remanded thai<
Drive Carefilly Awl Live 16th, and Mrs. R. E. West will assist her "0' %

John Cappiello son of Mrs. J. J Cappiello of the fl

Tropical Apartments, has returned after spending the

EXCLUSIVE'* AT RAR summer In San Francisco Cal.

Seven years ago Mr and Mrs. Gordon Cushman of wOrC

Our Special Buffalo N. Y, bought an apartment in the Canterbury

Individuality Court with an eye to eventually living In Naples per. AND MORE

in. manently. The time has arrived, Mr CutKman retired :f : -

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OCTOBER 28 1964 Washington (Correspondent
RECORD RETQATO4'I
Newspaper Enterprise Assn.WASHINGTON.
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There is growing evidence that Nikita Khrushchev fell
The Blame
The
Lay At Right Door
because he undercut the individual authority of too many

.. number of the Communist Party Central Committee and

The -when it Is necessary to accept the low the ruling Presidium.
genero) election, juvenile delin-
government analysts here indicate that
bid or have a valid and plausible reason Reports reaching
quency, the mounting crime rate, social- I many Red party bosses were fearful Khrushchev was getting

, ized medicine and other things Neapolitans for not doing so. ready to shuffle them out.

((5) A contractor is required in his They acted before be did.
generally about are currently
worry contract to finish the assigned work on Some time back. Khrushchev divided the power and
taking a beck seat to the rough dusty
authority of many field party men. Regional Communist
streets that are making life miserable time or pay a penalty for each day he ft party bosses who once were supreme in both industry and

p these days.In goes over the deadline. If city officialsget agriculture found their authority cut in half.

too "bossy" then the contractor hasa Khrushchev ruled that in each region there would be one
general, blame for the deplorable another to handle
and demand party boss to handle agriculture industry.
condition is laid at the door of City perfect right to object Khrushchev brought in new, younger men. It appeared to

Manager Vince Wood, with City Council that he be given more time for the job many of the older men that they were on their way out.

and probably more money for doing the But many of these downgraded older men were still mem
running a close second. This Is quite Communist Party Central Committee which has
work at else's direction.We hen of the
normal and most city managers and city someone 4 the final say on who is first party secretary and boss of the
t f1A
know that the
happen to city
Soviet Union.
officials have come to expect such criti-
and council members are as
manager
cism as "part of the fob DEVELOPED between Khrushchevand
FRICTION
anxious to the work done I, TilE SAME
as
get d
However, to give the devil his due, any ,/ some older key military men who feared that they and

we seriously doubt that either the city other resident. After all/, they have to their beliefs were losing out to newcomers. A small bloc of

drive over the rough and dusty roads c\ these older men still had votes on the Central Committee

manager or City Council could do more lust like other citizen. Khrushchev also undercut the authority of key men on the

than they are presently doing to allevi- any ruling Presidium. He Ignored party Ideologist M. A. Suslov
Many residents get hot under the in the way he pursued the conflict with Red China. He
ate the situation. Not that Is unless they
collar/ because the contractor tears up another Ignored Nikolay Podgorny Dlmltrl Polyansky and Gennay

want to cost local taxpayers more money street before he finishes paving one Voronov in his plans for Soviet agriculture.

and slow down the work untilIt ideological-slights.
possibly These were personal-not
already torn Actually if the work
up. of Khrushchev'i trusted
extends Into the winter season.Let' A short time back a group men
was done a block at a time, it could not quietly began consolidating the reins of power into their

look at the problem with un- possibly be completed before the winter own hands. Khrushchev apparently helped in this, either
'
baised eyes, which Is pretty difficultfor : : : .. it thinking that he was strengthening his friends against his

us since no business has better reasonto season Once the several streets are pre (1' ''f <-.' :",:'.::'>:" : ;jo-\. '.i :, :.: .:!>:: ...-/i; .:; ? ,!/. ", enemies or that he was balancing one group of ambitious

pared for paving, the contractor arrangesfor n. ;. ,,:s-L :,....:. .#.: ;[i.:," ;: 1R'.t'1! ': Ve men oft against another.
.. : Ly c.l: r
deplore the present situation than an asphalt firm to start trucking in ffC/rvv.-..... '.......1. o." i ._.....,... .; Then these "friends" began encouraging Khrushchev to

this Clients find it difficultto .. of time from the Kremlin on trips and
his
newspaper. '' spend more away
material. advised that after the '
reach the newspaper office, and the We are : ,;>J i.i; ,# #;kY__:: vacations while they minded the shop for him. While mind.

streets are made ready, the asphalt can ing the shop they took on more power.
circulation section and carriers are experiencing be applied on all of them In approximate.

nightmare conditions In get. ly 12 days. The Best of BoyleBY THERE NOW SEEM TO BE TWO STRONG GROUPS with.

ting the delivered each day. in the Presidium.
paper Main factors in awarding the street There's the group seemingly In power-composed of
Even so, let's try on a few fads HAL BOYLENEW with
and Suslov Andrei Kiri-
construction contract were, of necessity, Brezhnev Kosygin Mikoyan ,

just for size, mind you. Buy them onlyIf the time factor (finish before winter season lenko in a supporting role (though some of these men may

they suit your fancy. YORK (AP>-Bore* are than vinegar-and so doe ba. be already secretly plotting against the leaders).
) and cost. All other bidders were SYDNEY Australia (AP) in the main that has acted under
where you find them. nana oil. His weapon 1 II praise. This was the same group
((1)I) Council well had to
City pretty higher and required more time for the Th cocktail party la supposed But Instead of making himself Dr. Linus Pauline, twice winnerof Khrushchev as a sort of informal Soviet National Security

accept the low bid on street construction.Not lob. It Is difficult to how to be the natural habitat of the popular, J. Morgan Is regarded the Nobel Prize, claimed Council-adtlslng Khrushchev on global military matters In
Imagine City
to have done so would very likely bore In the United State, but h* as the biggest creep In the today that two million peoplenow India Indonesia, the Congo and NATO.
Council could have acted other than It proliferate in other places, too place Because everyone know living will die from cancer The other major group is headed by Presidium newcomers

have brought en even more criticism, did. -the average business office, h* couldn't be as good as J. Induced by nuclear bomb test. Podgorny, Polyansky and Voronov, who have had heavy responsibilities
charges of favoritism and perhaps evena for Morgan h. ... In an address to too trade
example says In Soviet agriculture. They have in the past
the has been
law suit Actually, contractor If you look around your own Andy Handy-Andy II 1 a hob. union member, Pauling said he two years been making inroads into the party organization
mainly lax In one category keeping office you may find typical the bylst bore who want you to''expect the French to explode a
((2)) Such cor tracts for street Improvements 20-megaton bomb In the South
following share his
smooth patches over street cuts and indoor bore that joy One week h* col.
provide & given number of daysin make up part of the cur* of lect old lampposts, the next ,Paclfl If they do, he said, It
excavations. City officials are attemptingto the working class week h* is learning to make ,will lead to gross physical and
for of
this 150 )
( case days completion
this situation back Harry Old hooked with his mental defects In 500,000 unborn The World
the correct by holding Hoary- Harry ha* rug teeth. ':children TodayBy
job. of the contractor's which been with the company 89 year* "You can do It, -It'* easy,"
part payment,
(3)) A large number of Neapolitans or *o and remember when he he *ay*. WASHINGTON (AP) Astro JAMES MARLOWE
I Is about all they can do. had to ride to work by horseback Samuel Stonehart "Chuck 1..1..4 .Press
signed a petition a few months ago ask. i naut John H. Glenn Jr. has been Mew Analyst
We feel certain that a majority of and fight! bears on the way Har. ling Sam," U the big boa 1* \promoted to colonel despite his

ing City Council to schedule sewer and our readers would much prefer to reada ry ha* kept his jaw to busy known behind his back, 1* the ;request that he be passed over WASHINGTON AP The The President almost without
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street work so none would be underway telling how tough life wa* in the king of tedium for only one rea. i because of his Impending retirement has
"fire and brimstone" editorial giving old day that h* hasn't got sons Whenever you ask him for i from the Marine Corp presidential campaign draws exception deliberately
Council
the "winter
during season. toward a close on Halloween but avoided mentioning Goldwattr
City Manager Wood and City Council around to doing hi* Job since a merit raise, he come up with "Col. Glenn felt his promotion
It sounded little by name while to ruin
this and bids let with It a spooky any. trying
to
agreed were 1114', the year of the big snow ron why h* can't give you "Hail Columbia Land" for him with the
voters.
Happy the ... way
.. one
the understanding that contractors' would Perry.Panshte-Thistouring Including the fact that If American of a deserved
dusty and rough streets. But that would termite circle the office all day your work doesn't Improve the 1 I award," said President Johnson President Johnson, who al. Goldwater calls Johnson (hi
finish their work before the "most In
season. most never refer to Sen. Barry power.hungry man
be the'blame the- -door tailing whatever h* need* firm may fall within the year he the of
laying at : i I* presented eagles a "
wrong Coldwater American had made
((4)) Once contract is let officials I- Do by name, keep ask. politic, s
a city from paper clip to Idea*. What. you recognlz any of these i I colonel to Glenn at the Whit
Neapolitans might be better advised to Ing his audienc "Whose them of suggesting cor.
** song
!
have little to about how ever h* need to help him get familiar offlc boreal If you do 1 House Tuesday
very say thumb do ruption In the Johnson admlnls.tratlon .
want the but.
write letters to the contractor who by, h* take from other H* remember one thing. "There art few people who you on
the work Is done. If the contractor meets tlon? without producing evidence
COULD do something about the temporary would rather purloin a pencil off Sometime it take one to ;I reason this way," Johnson (aid.H .
And and "When 1m.
Goldwater
replies with a cay,
all for eligibility to do the desk than know one.
requirements your go sharpen one I added that he had solved the
patches that excavationsand question "Do you want one morality occur, It always
II
cover
himself. In decent clvlllza.tlon .
work, then It is generally assumed that any I II problem by adding the name of nan's thumb on your country, start at the top."
Perry would be behind bar
street cuts. another officer to his list for
I
the work will be done properly even or do you want your?" Yet, when some youngster
u a petty larcenbt.Basil .
Those are the facts, good readers. BARBS nomination' to colonel. European, reading what the booed the mention of Johnson,
this the After Bull
though sometimes is not case Blgeara Glenn, first American to orbit
Use them fit. two men say about each other Coldwater chlded them:
as you see was rejected by the CIA he be. ,
th: earth, 1* expected to become
cam the self-appointed office BY HAL COCHRAN \ may get the Impression they're 'Please, do not boo th* Presl.
executive of drink
an a soft
cowboy galloping around the dent tt 1* not ladylike or gentle
He around the men'lw..hroom
hang
spy Did 4 company loon.MADRID .
you ever get any hap. rim of disaster. manlyllk"

the hired hand and whenever denounce one man.of plness out of disliking anyone (AP) Manuel Goldwater says the nation Within less than a day after

triers 1l ? Drags Irlbarne, Spanish minis must chart a new course or calling th* President a "phony"and
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS agement becau of the poor S .
; commit suicide. "faker "
a Goldwater said
quality of the paper towels, h* ler Information and tourism, ,
run to the personnel directorand The up and down of ,returned to Madrid today from Johnson refer to the Cold. h* would wag the campaign

Inform Chrbtmat-tave up for 'it, ,a tour of the United State, watrlts a* "men who want to solely on the Issue without any

or forever be paying down ,sporting a Texas sombrero. veto the future." personal attack.
Glorene Tbl.
Heller twitchY
Doctor Is In . Dr... ... n" 4WI .Vrnb." D.... Npk.gh little dam think-of herself a* a eRegardless e The hat was a gift from the The campaign bat producedtwo But. he went on from there to

femme fatal. She can't keep of how small or i mayor of Dallas, one of several kinds of words and phrases: say 'thl shadow of scandal

..SI' : NAs73,4x w6u7U-'tV rSA7A57A her mind on the Job, or her i stop on Fraga Iribarn 19-day the oddball and the rubbery fall. across the Whit House,

7JAl6,1tIND, H 7l tr6e7S hand off the boy. Whenever tour: kind. Both men ham had a hand Itself" referred to Johnson u

aopa xcvoNvv one of the married men dictate In th authorship.There's "whitewash Lyndon. 4h* medIcine .
Wet ;. JAKARTA (AP) President the oddball man called his
fronUash antlpov.
CACLMB I letter to her, he ha* an uneasy la
"
Sukarno of Indonesia will make backlash
feeling be 1* about to be caught wnearlash and dad. .rty program "cynical" and
In a love neat. But after .lx in overnight visit next Sunday dyism. accused him of "buying rote*.*
1 t o Shanghai where h* will con. The kind Before
month she olope with a plumb. rubbery are the he ever got the presi.
er. fee' with Print Minister Chou words that different people can dental nomination Johnson

J. seen a nonskid one for the 'n4al of Red China, say the stretch Into different meanings said, "I am not going to start
Morgan C..r-J.
Morgan amateur carver jfflclal new agency Antara. like neac, corruption, morality, passing personal opinions on thlUp..lon.
I .
a
Junior executive who ha* d*
The agency said Sukarno was re5pon'lbllttyIreedom. of the other part)."
tided
honey catches more file invited by the Chinese govern But one of the Later
most notable h
.*a.v.* v ",'..,"" ,$'.............."" "" --"",. ..."""" ,,,........,"-..-. nent to visit Shanehal.QUICK feature of was calling Oo1dowat.r
',,' ',x, thl* almost unnota. without naming him, s
< ,
: : ;'' ; t"t ,'r> ; : ",
I \
>> \\ij,a.I bl* campaign t* the way the "ranting, raving demagogue

candidate spread fog over the described him a* the "new and

CiOSSI I 0( 0 PimE HOPS OR I tiAA QUIZ political landscape. frightening vole of the Republl.
This Is
accomplished can
by talk party and suggested by
ECRiE ril.lnE Inc for weeks while spelling out Implication his opponent was a

ACROSS AT. t TO. 0 t R T V Q-How many poss blt hardly anything in detail. "plucked beauty rooster" with a

30 Seasons L. t ti APR A I. I dates! are there on which Johnson talk of extending "plastic credit card."

I. Alliance 32. Ships RCA t t I. S P A J Easter can occur? federal program without being U voter get goosepimple

What Conscience Made a Conservative Do S, Lumber diary Co 0 M MAN DO 5 Q N A-There are 35 between specific: and Coldwater want to from all this, they can get their
mans boot 34 Corroded March] 22 and April 25. atop the spread of socialism at blood circulating again by I
0 D 0 V C R QUI i I. T
Much hit been mad. of the direction He negotiated the Ant model arbltra- .. Proverb 33. Ossified horn. and communism abroad climbing on their brooms and
which American contervaUv should tlon treaties with foreign government 11. Whistling Uuues P 0 0 A Yt O. t It E 0-Who uuu the first Catholic while not bothering much about ;flying off to the election polls

Uk. In the light of s conservative' and he tried to get I reciprocal bade swan 37.Spruce.: N t t. S 05 t 1'1 U I bishop and archbishop in I that little detail How'TODAY next Tuesday.WASHINGTON.

conscience. Here II what hit conscience treaty with Canada but the Canadian. 12. FpcKh 39 Special: 0 T A A Y T II IS..the I'ntted Staffs?

mad on great American conservative Parliament 13. FjiercUe flavor 0 U I. t.. t R I. A PIS E A-The Reverend John
do. Can you identify the contervatlveT balkedHe 14 Not any C:rroll
41 Respite t S S N r..1: tit S
H* sought to often discriminatory: directed the greatest public works li. Railing

lawi against alien land ownership be- venture the United State ever had en- 17. Adjourn 44: Incentives SOLUTION 0* JATUHOAY'S PUZZU 0-Which is the most im

clues he wanted pcac between nation, gged In up to that time, one which 19. Summoned 47 Press wrtaiu of the Nobel' prizes? IN WASHINGTONBY
startled the world for It was don where 48 Social DOWN 3 Vigor
He tried vigorously to reduce the 20. A-The Nobel! Peace prizes
Fanlaiy
tariff because he believed In the move other venturer had failed. affair I. Body of 6 Street I generally recognized as the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
menu of gods In world market. Con He moved to t>.r..!c: up trust without 22. Body 49. Swamp standingater urchin t highest of these honors.

Ire went only partly along with him. harming the Innocent stockholder H* 2) Mining 30 Spoke "' 7 Jeweler s

Faced with a governmental deficit, h. was successful in the main, with the child 31 I Everyone 2. Ulylikepi eight

balanced expense against Income. Indeed tobacco trust and the oil trust a* well :27. Cos n 32 Nurtured am 1 Miraculous WASHINGTON (AP) New AP The

until him the federal government a* other tea widely known. 29. ttlmn 3) House Private 9 Peer Gymsmotket * |that their appeal to the federal Public Health Service( ) reported-

had no budget, to he pointed out He appointed a* Chief Justice of the' storm Ings 4. Cornered court has failed Republican slight Increases Monday In the

that the U.s. was the only large nation United State a Catholic Democrat I 10 Dank COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 'are appealing to what they call radioactivity over
of the air
operating loosely and Instituted a d* former Confederate soldier and the r a J 4 S I- I' r :HtttaW! IICMACL CHANCE. It.*..P W..hw 'i "sense of equality and fair. even state.
facto budget before setup Senate had such confidence In thus eon.servaUve It Isof i.lI"I In theIr
even Congress Tire HOMAS MAYS.*. Aueaat. C.i.*r fight to get equal These Increases the PI1Hid
a Bureau of the Budget President and till conscience ,I 'J reluctance IAMSHALL' WYATT. A.. 101....|_ t use: on television' to answer a ,
were till
H. asked Congress to start the process that ratification cam tmmedlat&ty.\ 21 AfflKl Ales LtEMT 0 POLK A. M... tart I speech of President Johnson rcent "conjistwt with "

of amending the UA. Constitution to He backed two great effort to unit ,.. "s rr 23 To.pp 0,AVID MCMANW.C'f*. OlrMtarMS Their legal battle faltered Tn Chines PHS nuclear lasting...
the nations of world Into organise M LOUISC OAUI. Office M.r. said the 1ncr..* ,
provide for an Income tax, graduated the 24 BeHMictHed Tuesday when the UA Court of :
according to a person's Income; and I lion designed to preserve world law "4 :( t Y/A 23 Chatter ...-... ..04,. nc.Pt ..-., Appeals, by splitting } to ). forded Washington.In Hawaii, Alaska

corporation tax similarly graduated so and order. One of these was the League If l' U 26 Tim* pasts e I. IeMrne. eat Me -c.bMe I Slowed a ruling by the Federal South Dakota Oregon, Montana ,
that the big than ef Nations, for which: b. campaigned t CNi.r Ceene PeeyM.\ omnunicatlon and Wyoming,
corporations paid more ; Pete. I sae Mln. T..IIft ._.. tort M. Ccnmlssloa to were far
f the small ones openly.1 r r. It : 11 SevcdjMMJJ fit MM M.4 .....*. I" 0 Manias meat below what the goe f- I
H* asked Congress to tighten the Interstate Who was he? It may surprise readers / ; C.> IWTe this ruling, the FCC consider a dangerou i

commerce law He asked for who don' know their bl.or0 learn /r 3, Jr ,JJ Sail Acquirer .clMiw Middy MIW For ill *.hat Johnson's speech on Oct.said I..et. I
II. IB
and obtained the POiUI aavlngi system. that he wi William Howard Taft The tptrtnwnft. . ,ru a presidential WASHINGTON (AP) For l!
to butt the I" ,. H ,. J8 Emerge ... I"'" nelson the first time, the Ubtted State* '
II* moved to make employer's liability attorney genera Tan chose / / 40 tvcri$ Ir *wa evvu roc that the ...
TfpeW
easier' to trust Wickeraham. one of malt MX..H ,lo a udlaftca FulbrlghtCw" !
lawi enforce. He askd Congress was George tImor TC said< Barry Goldw r
to establish a national health bu America's greatest lawyer. Th Chief / it 4' ., .t ..JUSlrai lv c ( tr, gone scholars MI a "*U*
0 sT1 0 reau. H* wanted campaign contributions Justice that Tan named was Edward .. .1 .. ,., 43 Termtoaiea MoM ......... ilM *, *, wa* lICIt entitled to equal o.
publicized. Whit*. Fittingly, when Whit died laWU / M..ueen III TIM Aee.SMted Prey..and time on the tire Now f, tile United State HP
Asllatinea television
H* moved to improve conservation Taft was named Chief Justice of N 41 1'* 44 music ten, a ==.e..lw"ete. ar .a Y yet asrea Mtwork. cid to sign a treaty .et1llC I

practice In Amer&c:.. He asked that the United State*-the only aa ever to / n. u us ot_ pi....... a tIt,a Mew eewI. The Xatlosul tip the program with T r*
federal court be regulated In their hold both the Presidency and the office 11'1 U I" Aviv ae Pe Ar .e.. d"eekMMfeewed : :0.: Ilro. caat1Dc sletla About SO scholar would

po..er to Issue Injunction something of Chief Justkev-riu AruoM Xtaily 46 Hoover en vice d env....wmar H however, gave Urn* for be Mchanged wider the treal'
M. PMd4.P. lPuUlcan
slot rile Pep Offoce N nattoaal
labor J long had wanted. Lie Pee ....1'I nu "" -- State a,. Art W .....* I :lea I*: Beta to reply to chairman Jontiaon. be(1JIalllflit school J.r.WEDNESDAY .




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(t' It': Andy Sixkiller Lives Up Eagle Sale TicketsOn Locally 1

Student and adult
I

t .J:; .';, To Name In Miami Fridays hen Naples-FonTMyS 1
: LineupMIAMI same business locations an on tile It four I
and all
Naples
.ft (APAndy StxkUler's clear with another jwm and an area schoou. Naples High School ,j'
). great grandfather searched with Intercepted plies, made eight principal E.W. Woodruff ,
), t\!, Cherokee along the "Trail Jarring tackles and east* a 17. SPORTS No student tickets will t*tin sold
t Tears" when tile tribe was yard pass with the defensiveunit Friday at the gate to relieve
II!?'ven from Its hunting rounds In the game, a Pittsburgh
to the reservation.But assistant coach declared . . . . . . . . pre-game congestion. Student
U the mistreated Chero. "lie looks like a pro playing can get their tickets for 80 cents

lea are looking for sympathy, with college kids." A COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Niplx, fit. W.in..di October U l 1964 at any school or at Kepp's
the won't find It la the amps When Mitch Zalnuky, 115. Pedro's Shoes Fifth Avenue Hex

,,1' Miami football rival. In their pound Pitt end, caught a pass,'Tate says, "he looked so inetgnl.flcant I sprained ankle, but he leaped on all. or Tropics Drive Inn.
,I nlon. that Indian's descend collided with SUMller and Adult tickets
at the Booster costing U.30
we wondered what we i i two fumbles, one in
art should have been kept on limped away to a hospital for a had. But he made himself I lour( made eight tackles and available ar the same location*
that reservation checkup" the Chief remarked known by the way he hit peo. I five assists.That Naples fans can save standing
Everybody beats Miami this 1 was kind of surprised to see pie." brought his total to 94 In a long line Friday night &
year, but nobody escapes the him get up toSlxklller Sixkiller says he goes Into i tackles and 20 assists for five they buy tickets In advance.
sting of Andy Chief) SUklller, paid his own plane
( In
every game scared, until he i I games Only It more tackles Woodruff pointed out.
Tickets
fare to
Joot-10 and 172 pounds of pure, get from Northeast Okla.
s,'alp.huntlng savage homa Junior College to Miami. backs up his first man. Then he ;I five remaining games would will be on sale during school
goes on the warpath. rive him the school season rec.
i I
The Chief, who loves nothing How did the University of or store hours until Friday It
Against Indiana, he limped 3rd i I for defensive backs.
better than sending a 230-pound Oklahoma, with a virtual lock SPAr .
through the second half on a
foe to the sidelines for the first on Sooner State talent, overlook
it aid kit, is a :Inch to be the all. this ferocious, deer-fast red.
lit. I l la time top defense back In Miami akIn?
history '1 was too little for them,"
"1 guess I'm Just a crazy Andy explains
Indian," Andy laughs, when In high school at Jenks, Okla., NAPLES HEARING AID CENTER
somebody marvels at the way when he made AU.Conference
he crumples big running backs quarterback, he weighed 130. In ANNOUNCES Tax OPENING Or ITS OFFICES
and knocks pass receivers loose Junior college, with a team that
J 3u
from the ball. went to the Little Rose Bowl In AT
''I don't worry about how big California, he played at 150.
they are. When I see somebodywith Ken Shipp, then a coach at 847 FOURTII AVE. UE. SOUTH
Jl a ball, I Just like to hit Tulsa, noticed Sixkiller but
him." forgot him until he came to MI. NAPLES FLORIDAON
Coach Charlie Tate Is one of amt U Tate's assistant When
those who Is amazed "at the the Hurricanes lost several play. OCTOBER 55. 164
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TALKING ABOl T the up <:'ominu Tr .r 'IUm' \ M' 7 ,omi!' Golf way that little old boy runs, ers to Injuries and academic
Tournament November 1.8. uponsored b, th<, trU ,,,1'1' Bi'at-h Apart- tackles and reacts. The) big failures, and began scratching TOP ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR FACILITIIIMA1CO
ment Hotel, an (1 I, to r) Bill MtDiviU, J.JI'ufl't\sl'"lal i ,it Mailings Golf thing is he just loves to play around for talent, Shlpp remem.
Club ; Buck Whit, of Hollywood, a t71p-r IUlking tournament pro of football That's his life." bared and called him.
yesteryear, and Larry Henn of Fort Myers. After Miami's 20.20 tie with ''I had no other offers," Andy HEARING AID
Pittsburgh during which Six. says, "so I Jumped on that plane ANDAVDIOIETER5
killer returned a punt 71 yards and came down sight unseen." MIDWAY 87030NOW
for( a touchdown, almost broke "When he got down here,"

I.. Winters Again Named Eagles Point .




Little League- Prexy For 'Big One' TO SERVICE YOUR BETTER & FASTERBIGLEYS'


Little League directors reelected The executive committee will
Jack Winters as president propose a slate of men from Friday NightNaples

Monday night and chose this group to head a Pony League, ANNOUNCESFLEET
29 men to serve on the 1964- a Colt League team to participate High School's football .
65 board of directors.The on a home-and-home basis team buoyed by Its first victory *
report of the nominating with the Fon Myers Colt League of the season. Is preparingfor
committee headed by John and a Tee League for beginners.It the season's biggest game
lamurrt, was accepted In full. was felt the Tee League here Friday night against Fort INSTALLATION OF2WAYRADIOS
In addition the name of recreation would augment the minor league Myers.
assistant Robert Jenkins training program by giving play- The Green Wave has more
was added to the slate of ers more hitting and fielding ac size, more speed and more depth
directors. On behalf of Little tion. Many minor league games, than the Eagles. But Fort My
League Winters said "we will eapeclaUy Involving rookie pitchers ers did last year too,and Naples
look forward toworkklgwithhimincoordlnating are "walkathons" and outplayed theGreenles.whowere
our activities with are not much benefit to hittersor fortunate to escape with a 1-6
the Recreation Department." fielders victory. This year Naples Is
The executive committee for In Tee League, the ball is placed determined to win the game on
the coming year will consist of on tee, which can be adjus the Scoreboard as well as on the ALL BIGLEYS' SERVICE TRUCKS NOW

Winters! new vice-president ted to several height positions. field 4
Hank Watkins new treasurer Bill This gives all batters a chanceto Coach Jerry Morris and as* EQUIPPED WITH 2-WAY RADIO

Gracely.1 ,..10Ynd new secretaryHarry hit the ball. It was pointed ststants Bill Bryan and Jerry
cMt tut Howell are putting the:.Eagles
creating a tivelierjme,,.
Members"orT''.board of dlrec" through some special offensive
tors, besides the executive committee paces this week, as they try to '; .-.

members, are Bill Long. See Renewal Of find soft spots in the Green .... 4... ... .-
shore Dr.William Darien,Andy defense. .
Cooke Bob Jenkins Dr. Robert The only new Injury since j WE
Morris Rollle Rice Robert Hostilities In last Friday's 337 victory over -- ,
Johnson Ken Saad Forrest Arthur Cardinal Mooney Is Steve Clark's Elm .
Rev. Richard Lambert AAU-NCAA RowNEW knee. Clark, an offensive end
Fred Bell, John lamurrl Dick and defensive linebacker has S
Roberts Bill Hyder Ron MeCune YORK (AP) -The been outstanding on defense.par-
UA. "Pin" Orick, Thad skirmishing has started and the tlcularly In the last two games. L
Moss, Aubrey Rogers,Dick Pin- first major shot Is expected next He caught his first touchdown t each
man, Walter Keller Ivan Hamilton week, now that the Olympicshave pass In the Cardinal Mooney E
Dick Cole, Walter Donovan ended, an end that also game ::
Duane Lyon and Tony Irmlnger. terminated the AAU-NCAA Morris hopes Clark will be
truce __
so carefully forged by the able to play against Fort Myers.
late Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Tailback Donald Walkerhas been R
"There are no more rules,"
Curfew Costs fined with a special mouthguardand ,
an NCAA spokesman told The N
should be ready to run againstthe ,
Associated Press
Tuesday, "not 11
Charlie Brown unless the government steps In( Greenles. Walker's running
Hurricane Berth again. I think It.. safe to say highlighted Tuesday's practice.The .
that something more than talk rest of the Eagles shouldbe Y Ttit T-
MIAMI (AP)-Charlie Brown, Is going to hap >en." ready to play Friday.
University of Miami starting de. At stake In the fight, which I ;.:_

tensive halfback, was dropped was rereised after the late -_.. --_ _.
Tuesday from the football squad President Kennedy ached Gen. NaplesStatistics
MacArthur to step in, Is controlof
for a se< ond curfew violation.
Coach Charlie Tate said, "We amateur athletics in this
saw him a second opportunityand country.
he. did not abide by the The major participants are SCORING CE
the Amateur Athletic Union and
rules Brown was suspendedfor TD EP Total
the various .port. federationsfostered
two games earlier this sea. B. Bryan 4 0 24
by the National Colle.gUte .
son also for staying out tunlata. Athletic Association.<< The Co Bryan 2 0 12

'i I l 10, Nil,,nul |II.| .. ltv I iuut federations cover track and Walker 1 0 e
field, gymnastics, basketball Ritchie 1 0 e
n "iu a 1101 Suday, Alal.h2L
and wrestling. Foster 1 0 e WHATWE
Clark 1 0 efl.rttt'
0 8 e

A MAN TO TRUST WITH YOUR FUTURE x
RUSHING LEADERS
No. Yds AVI. r .r
WITH FLORIDA'S FUTURE
C. Dryan M Ul 2.5
B. Bryan 39 119 3.0
Walker n 86 2.8
Young Koch 22 10 3.2 SELL
Ritchie S 42 UP
ASS I I'{}
1' i Honest An Comp, YdaCo

Dryan 66'U: 32e
Johnson 5 2 24
+ Successful Walker 7 3 18

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RECEIVING Home ofZenith Home of
No. Yds. TD
Aggressive Ritchie 10 115 1 T M
Clark 4 101 1
Poster S 38 1 v
Bass 4 64 0 NorgeRCAVictor
Interested In Koch 3 29 0 *! : 4
Weeks 4 19 0

i Collier County Naples Opp. -' RCA Whirlpool

DewM M
Yards HUhlng. 198 8966

No. rf nNes 193 234
CLAUDE R :pus"M 34-54 Sylvania FeddersBIGLEY'S
Yards pMtiqg 388 343Inrarcefirt

by 2 6i
i umMe teet 2 7
'urta-Avg. 252030
I itoalfeed 186 200

Scoring by. pc rtodsisple4 ..;-1'.'
\ W 21 T 13-66pponet4s 769 5th Av.m".:, $o.Ml Naples
FLORIDA REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR 8 >1 It 39-84lh 2-51M Ml2-4S22 Shopping GnNq

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out my throat" bar and have a drink and a COLLIES COUNTY NtWJ, N.plw, Hey weds. .4.y, 0bw. H, If44 7
Never Drank SaM Frank Bogue to Cbartte' gins beer" on Ut birthday.Whttej .
""It be wat reared by
give me bottle of Bogue eye
Real Person
U southern engineer In the Puget Sound
hoot* for my birthday. Chtppewi radius
Whisky, Just Bc \is's birthday is ,..rei.,. Michigan after his parents died. MsTal ""ard. He worked Brunhildt, heroine of Wag.ner's
lie wffl be 108. "1 rode wttB the DaMon broth. tail be was almort 100 under a opera wag a real per
.ORNER Rinsed Mouth Tou're, got to take cart of ers off and on for lour year. federal rule which permitted son. the daughter of Athaoa
8T HAZEL ABRAHAMSONBBOOKNDC I rowsetf to live long," iaelated. ',000, but I never him to continue because be had gild, king o? the Visigoths
. .e..e.ee..e._ e. SEATTLE, Wash (AF) r Charlie Whtte who is 108. war ceu"g Been a postal employe M a Wagner used her life story
iaM Charlie White to>> Frank "Whisky, ;4arenu and worn. He worked at railroading and youth II a basis for his series of
Boguet 1 drank whisky en never hurt me,.* maiatalned ranching and eventually settled Bogus and White art roan* operas called "The Ring of
--- :m my ilia -I just use It te rinse Bogue, who plans to "ire out to a In Bremerton, Wash., as an mates at a convalescent center the Ntbelung"
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BOWL Town Dewey Wright bIt a 289 game
send Produce held onto Us first and 604 series. WIIq)'. Texaco -
pltce: spot Monday night in the moved .Into first place\ when
Censtruotteneert League u all they took three from Plttman's
five bowlers rolled nice 500 sets. Funeral Home, whUe Luffs CMC mmmID: ROOM TO

Mike Pike hit games of 234, were able only to split with Tro-. ,
806 for a W6, followed by Francis plgM. to move into a tie for second ..
,
CON; [\C1U\o .LAGUEfloe :
Lord who came up with a with Bream's Atlantic who
306-W9. Allied pa.q'2 moved took four points from Marco ( Lane.s'ON) LOST
up to 1th place when they Island Development Corporation.
Fuller Industries 22 6
took four from! Standard oil with Other nice scores rolled went IN
Hatcher Construction 21 7 GROW
Ike Wolford hitting a 617 series Gene TUlman 313-599 204-206- .
and Jack Kline rolling a 161 599, Paul Crlckenberger; 300603 Wood Chrysler 19 9 .
came. Moose Lodge, for the Ron McCunei: ; 586 Ed Har- Alander & Sons 1S J.I2 11111 .
first time this season won four roun; Em Emmerlck 2R-537; Daisy Distributors 14 U ':., t
from Dewey Polly Realty as the Buck Perry 213-201-593; Char- Stone Builders 13 J.I2' Ml/I .- -Sr-i.'f i.. -I '
pride of the Isle of Capri. Dick lie Rice 209-558; Everett Bald- Meutonft: 131/9 141/1 ...iJ." ,'"
Jurek turned In a nice 215 game win 232-590; Dick Donelson 201- Pine RidgeAmoaanr ;.\ "gip
and 667. Bill Dunn contributed 6721 Moon Mulllns 213-586, and 111/3 161/8 '\.1
:tree n
a 540 series to the cause, and Carroll Arnold 205-519. Cadillac Amoco 11 17 ..sr
Al Tatar rolled a 206 game and Mooring* Texaco 9 19
Roy Lewis an even 500 set. S e e Moon Masonry 8 80 c re0

Others bowling well were Clyde FINE LANES Carl Armbrust Firestone 8 30 ; .4.

Floyd 186-509; Glen Yager turned In the high series in the .
missing a triplicate by one pin Contractor's League Monday CONSTRUCTONEERSBrookslde 'H'', Nal wrMrL
games of 171, 171 and 170; night, a big 591 on games of ( )
Everett Baldwin 200-569| Doc 191.191, and 209, while John WON LOST :'0hi l rrwr Mrrerwi

Schultz 189;Elvin Townsend 186- ShufPs 222 was high game of Townsend Produce 36 9 ,." .,. rI
627| Ralph Leigh 199-534; Ton the night. Pine Ridge Autooen- Schreck Construction 16 18 '1' I .r- eeweurea.eI Oe5.rrr
Townsend 197-534; Bobby Kline ter made a clean sweep as they Naples Federal 18 18
176; Jimmy Haynes 215-520; won four from Moon's Masonry. Sawyers Carpet .: .
\,
Tom Miller 615; Wilson Whidden Gene Bonacker was high man A The 15 U ?+
188; Tom Eggleston, starting the for the winners with a 504 while Standard 011 14 14 ,j;' ererl rylhe
second game with six In a row, Moon Mulllns of the losing team Tom's American 14 14 -..."r an.
a 233-570 and Chuck Langston rolled a nice 569, and D J. Salmon Allied Paving #1 14 14 L
a 202-515. Big John Srull turn- turned In a 538 set. Wood Naples Police Dept. 13 15
' ed in the high game and series Chrysler and Stone Builders split Moose Lodge 18 15 net
of the night as he rolled a 236 2-2, as did Metalcraft and Daley Dewey Polly Realty 11 17
game and617 series. Distributors. Fuller Industries Allied Paving ft 10 18 .'

took three from Alander and Sons, Boat Haven 7 21 .. .. .. ..
AM ew stem ... .. '1553
S e e and Cadillac Amoco won three ., .... _.J....... t-' ., Iftt.
Bill Whlteley last night In the from Firestone. Harold Miller COMMERCIALWON
Commercial league became the rolled a 209-544 Ray Long 201-
second bowler al Brookside Bowl 528; Fred Bell 212-550; H. Reeda WST
to convert the Big Four Split. 196-537 John Sellers a 191 Wimp's Texaco 26 10 The RIVIERATWOTHREE
Bill accomplished this feat In single; Dan Breeden 1996381Stark Luffs CMC 36 11
the first frame of the first gameof Frambes 200-510 and Don Brehm's Atlantic 26 11
the league. For this he will Stewart 192521. Al Hajek) was Anchor Lounge 81 13
receive the Big Four patch from the sharpshooter, converting the Palm Lake Mobile ea
ABC In addition to the 25 free 410 split. Homes 80 16 ro s ear w'w ,
games from Brookside Bowl.Bill Plttman's Funeral
was bowling with Swede's Auto Canary Islands Home 19 17
Trim. Paul's Texaco 16 20
The Latin word for dog,
Three 600's were rolled last Brookside Bowlers 16 20 n 't t' tVw.
"cants, gave the Canary
night with Joe Salmon high witha Islands their name because Troplgas 14 22
nice 236 game and a 641. early explorers found a Mixed Grocers 12 24
Arvlll Holland turned in a 233 ferocious breed of canines Marco bland l Dev. 11 25
game and a 636 series, the first there. Canary birds in turn, Swede's Auto Trim 9 37 a
600 of his bowling career, and were named for the islands. t> 14.


I WEATHERBY
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THE NAPLES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wen Low Pr.
I Albany, cloudy 7J 41
Notebook Albuquerque, clear 70 45
Atlanta, cloudy 7) 85
Bismarck, cloudy 53 28
I Boise, clear 51 38
(Continued from page 3)
Boston, clear 76 47
Buffalo, cloudy 70 82
I Chicago, cloudy 61 52 T
Cincinnati, clear 71 4$ .01
this fall, end from now on Naples Is home. Cleveland, cloudy TO B3 1 4M. 4wA.
1 Mr. and Mrs. K. W Huffine have also joined the Denver, clear 69 30

year-rounders They sold their home in Bronxville, N Y., Des Detroit Moines, cloudy, clear 70 67 41 58 .

end plan to be here at least nine months of the year. Fairbanks, cloudy 37 IT wN. YxT WN-- MA
Fort Worth, clear 79 56
LOSE CAR IN FLOOD Helena cloudy CO 33Honolulu L .. r

The worst flood In 60 years trapped Mr. and Mrs. M 80 7)
Indianapolis, cloudy 68 $0Jackilnvllle
Lyndon Brown in North Carolina. They property Is surrounded clear 78 6i

by a creek. The dam broke, and the raging Juneau, cloudy 45 40 .85

waters, carrying boulders and tree limbs, rose five feet Kansas City cloudy 08 II OR FOUR BEDROOMSFor
Los Angeles, cloudy 78 (2 .0*
around the cabin. The rescue squad from Franklin got Louisville, clear 7) 47

the Browns to a safe place. Fortunately, their cabin is Memphis, rain 79 80 1.5
Miami, rain 79 13 .O6 the family that nvedi room and plenty of it, the Riviera with Its four
built high, Japanese style, and the flood waters didn'treach
but did lose Milwaukee clear 88 44 bedrooms, and three baths} family room and hug living-dining area, It madeto
It, they a car. Mpl.'st. P., clear 88 34
Mrs. Nora Doelling and Mrs Mattie Seifert are here New Orleans, cloudy 64 24 order, family bedrooms and two baths are completely separate from the rut

from Addeville, III? to visit Mrs. Alvina Barkau. They New .York City,,dear cloudy 74 eo ,SI MOkla of the hO \.. The owner's suite, with its own bath, dressing area and built-in

are enjoying their first Florida visit and, Incidentally, Omaha, deer 69 4}
are helping Mrs. Barkau celebrate her birthday today. Philadelphia, cloudy 78 MPhoenii vanity, and large walk.lit closet, Is In its own wing of the house for maximum

Mrs. Mary Barclay returned Sunday from Chatham, Pitt burgh, cloudy, cloudy 04 71 II II privacy. Sliding pocket doors make possible closing of the eoUre kitchen and

N. J., where she spent most of the summer except fora Pond Me., cloudy 71 M family room from the. living room for fleilbllity of entertaining.' The kitchen
few trips to New York City to see her son, Peter Hansen. ptlnd, ore., clear IS 37 ..08RII&d
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Ralph City, cloudy S8 34 has built-in oven and range, Formica cabinets and counter-tops A marble
Her brother and Richmond, cloudy 73 386t
E Lum Jr. who live in Chatham are coming November Louts, cloudy '70 54 .01 serving shelf allows you to acne snacks from the kitchen to the giant patio.

seventh to spend a few weeks In their Surfside apartment. Salt San Diego U Cary, cloudy, cloudy71 71 46 99 All of the family area can be reached! without crossing the living-dining area.

i j San Seattle Fran. rain, rain 88 M 61 49 ,06 The Riviera 1s priced aU 7,990 built on your lot. The same house U available

Tampa, clear 80 68 in three bedroom two bath. or two bedroom, two bath plans, each with four
ji i Washington, cloudy 71 43
i Grow Right With Holley Winnipeg(M-MUetnc, cloudy) (T-Traee II )37 distinctive exterior designs/ Drive out and set the Riviera and other Rutenbtrg

model! the two bedroom, two bath Laurel forf 11,990; and two bedroom, two
A bank officer and
., a practicing attorney World rork production sversgt bath Somerset, 118,990 and the three bedroom, two bath Carrnel,U.t90laDd
A member of about 300.000 tons annual
I the Florida, House !\ if ording to the Encvc .. costs additional. Open daily for your commence,
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alms I960( and i iMmnrltv .,
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since 1962
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This year your vote j jw
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Your vote for I
Charles R Hollev/ I
i "II i) be a vote I i SEE THESE 8f. !um11L

for a rriNSERVA- MODEL HOMES TODAY
T1VE program Itw
.1) be a tote y North from Naples on
ago ,:st government ; -% 1 U.S. Route 41. At 1220 ,

by p"'raonal' deal c, r- Mandarin Road, Coquina "
an f'r. personal I ,rRipAt Sands Subdivision.' ''
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8 COLLIH COUNTY NtWS, N.pl..,, Fl I... W..ft..f, Octob.r 21,, ,IU4 off to a fine start. Earl really !, Ed Cam- Whites Give
deserveribbon for till work.After peal is >"i chirM.

discussions forme parade, Major Grim introduced

Hangar 8too a social) wu held. guests Col. and Major De Troy Curt Floods
who were with CAP Communications

1Y a Squadron Sunday wu afternoon hOlt to Group Naples 8 In New home s they are Warm WelcomeALAMO

LT. MOLUt IKNCER commander's meeting of which making their I Naples, ,
Major Griffith of PunttGor- Commander Capt. Bob Arlck. __ Calif. (AP)-Megro
Ray Naples) Squadron Introduced Jim baseball star Cart Flood and Ut
da U the commander. CAP
Naples CAP'S family settled Into their leased
Know Your CAP Units from Puma Gorda, Fort DeVogt his wife Hazel as adjutantand the new f $35,000 house today after a
and attended.
Myers, Naples warm greeting from their white
CAP !
commissary Aftera
h The was opened with manager. loaded
meeting neighbor Instead of the
Marshal Ban nodges, laohir- Hodges sad mat Saturday'sgrade brief recess by all members
flag salute and Invocation by shotgun they bad been warnedto
will be of
of the Parade one the big- at which cake and
ge Swamp muggy Major Griffith. The major com- coffee were expect.
is
watts to remind all commercial l Cant I yet so It very emnlal mended Group 8 u hiving the served by Hazel, the meetingwas The St. Louis Cardtnalioenter
I I to entries Into him
entries to tend tn entry fee get by best set-up In Sector A for the resumed fielder was all tmllee. His pregnant
of $10 by Thursday. Hodges nurd.,. Sands which was held October {,roup 8 Cadet adviser U. Bob wife wept for joy
laid this wu the fee voted upon 3rd and 4th. 'carman I read letterfrom which "We think It'. to flue you are
by the board of demons this neeWhat Capt. Wayne Smith, USAF, and here," laid Mrt. Joseph Cone of
fee doe not apply to civic or- busy week for Naples' Major Griffith announced that i J.r r. Col. Melvin Welter graded Alamo, located 15 miles east of
ginlzitlons or floats. CAP and there's no end In slant! the Cadet special activity board Major Jay Spencer at excellentIn Oakland, Call!., u the Hoods
Anyone having entries should for the activities. Thursday would"be held In Orlando January every phase of the International moved In Tuesday with the aid
lend checks made out to Swamp evening, all members of the Senior loth and 17th. The Fee will cadet exchange and wrote that ?+4I4y t of a court order. "Especially.
Inc., Earl Squadron hist at the George be 112 per cadet which talus he v, since you have four children.We
Buggy to a
Hodges, 860TamUml was real credit to Florida live Just around the corner."
Jbeuaeri, rtiideitoe and d *- care of all expenses for two
Trail Also CAP Is
North, Wing proud of you "I don't... anything wrong
ft rsons who have floats shouldcontact ousted the rout of the SwamcftuJfY days. (Last year Major Jay Cadet Major Jay Spencer I with them," Bald Mrs. Dan
Hodges at Ml 3-eSU, Parade and If you think Spencer was selected for International Sweeney. "M' kids are thrilled.
E.rl. who Is CAP exeoutivs thiS Isn't t job this year then Cadet Exchange as a e e e The welcomes and a waiting,
officer asks that all CAP members heads had better be examined result of being chosen by the Lt. Peamnan asked that all 6 fully prepared meal reduced
meet Saturday atlli48i.m.t With all the tearing up of Cadet Special Activity Board. old cadet renewals be In this Flood's wife, Beverly t5, to
< First Street and Fifth Avenue the Maples streets the parade Group 8 Operations Officer week he said that cadets need I.UI'AL AO\ Ef,1'I I'\I., I >111"), I'' u b'halllb"l l of Commerce tears.
South. Any CAP member has really required t lot of Lt. Co. Sam Nlcastro said on Ing one or two books In orderto to plan p'irtH" ..I i I""? uttismif .it ": 'aptuhrt' ..If ( omnu'ru, "' ad\fr- "I'm all choked up. We want

who his a Jeep or motor scooter re routing and Earl Hodges has November 15th there would bea obtain their certificate of oroHclency .mil pi MI "itiini |lunst.tm' : Finiii' lift II urged to bring them as they really spent some time on this practice mission at Fort My. may go to other units ADesigns ChOlmh"1: i tow isi (pllJllllltJOII uiiinmttt'f chairman Phil Darbcldtte \ place where our kids could ex.
this house
will be used to marshal the rerouting and getting everything ers( November 22nd there wouldbe and take their exams at the timean shire and Jack Slottajf of ADpsliCns, paid we knew When It we was saw what we want.,

parade. set up to jet tn* parade a Group 8 Inspection at Char Cadet out-of-town unit does. ed," Mrs. Flood said
Major Jay Spencer then
Flood Is a native of the area
Y. 4 ....., ? told Group 8 about the Bivouac for Swamp Buggy Queen Peace Marchers and was graduated from Oak-
lA ', for Cadets from Groups 8 and 14 < Overseas Mail wife
4 will ride i this Is none other than land Technical School. His
r; which would be held In Naples lovely Nancy Fisher. Deadline Nears Is from St. Louis.
". J December 26th through 28th. The former Jo Anne Swensonand Wait It Out In Moving day for the Floods In.
The bivouac will eluded assistance from a lock.
$3.00
cost per her husband Don Swenson Postmaster J. K. Rogers today
;:'" r ''f cadet. Major Spencer said applications l have moved to Miami,where Don Miami Boat YardMIAMI advised that the deadline for smith and the sheriff of Con.
\ would be sent out to :Is attending electronics, so once mailing Christmas parcel by tra Costa County.
e .... BEACH Fta. AP) -. The sheriff and 11 deputies
f each unit: for cadets to fill out again fm an old CAP scooper. marchers ( surface transportation to memo
Five searched the home, presumablyto
to be returned to him. These Maybe this Is a bit early but peace are stag ben of our Armed Forces over-
ill g i boaUn at the Coast Guard see If It "lIlaI.,before Flood
; f..ttUWfr Ii I If ,I/ibrulrj/ applications would help him select like that old expression "Do dock here teat with a reasonable expectation i and his wife moved In. The
that they will be delivered
\ the officers for the bivouac. your Christmas shopping early The marchers members of ,locksmith opened the locked
Christmas It not too far
'J Major Spencer said he plannedto mark a date on your calendarfor the Committee for non-vlolent by house by drilling a hole In a
visit each unit before the December 18 The CAP'S Action and Quebec-to. uba away.This date Is November 10th for back door, then changed all the
bivouac and at these times he annual Christmas party will be peace march, tailed for Cuba locks for the Floods.
"LlI' !' $ties '} f \ \'- I' -''r-I' would answer any questions is held' Friday. December 18 at the Tuesday In a 24Jopt launch to surface should be mall.mailed Airmail between parcels Decem. The Floods planned to stay

r well is collect the bivouac applications i George Spencer residence. protest war and the U.S ban on bar 1 and December 10. Greet. with their children Debbie, 7;
f 'i .._. Another reminder! AU mem- travel to Cuba.A leg cards for the Armed forces| Gary, 6[{ Curtis Jr., 4, and Shelley .
J ) Major Spencer U Group 8's bers and cadets come out Sun- abort distance out, they should be mailed within the per. 3, in an Oakland motel until
iI their furniture arrives and utilities
were stopped by the CoastGuard
J cadet council chairman! this Is day, November 1 for Swamp which confiscated their Cods designated for parcels. are turned on.
quite an honor and last week. We need
help
Buggy Day. your boat and towed It to the dock on
.. Spencer went to Cocoa Beach for parking cars.Rescue 400 CARSNose
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accompanied him. The newCom- leave the boat. rrRtl 0' PHI rAMOUS
mandant of Naples cadets now Is Squad Has "We'll never leave voluntarU ; .. 0I1l11Yigf3( \ @&
f senior member Vance Rimes ly," said Bradford Lyttle' 38, (O RrS ootsof
err I Vance Is not I newcomer to CAP Load On Its Hands skipper of the launch. "This It
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MEW YORK (AP) The lad: 'Wagon Train' To Av n" ,1 1
who alwaya want to know whs: 4 + 1

Hugh Downs U really like rout u And OnBy }}1rt
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"A new KerdM Wear BOB THOMASAP 0,
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tag gratefully on Mr rakt. "it'.I long can "Wagon Train kePI ,.
that story In the paper today iiir rolling along moat RobertFuller 'In, .
the one about the kind chile hopes it will go' on ant! I
syndrome' brought on by tix 'on. but, hf Units that this mat .", .Ji:
much television watching the rlUcal season \
"Eight nears Is an awful 1 /
"Those doctors found thai _
tome children who long time for a series to be Oil \
were nerr
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and
oui sleeping and Satin "Jh :
poorly were watching television we're up against some powei .
too many hours. Well, the doo house competition this season I. I' ':-
tore havent discovered It yet, 1 must say that we haven't let III'|
but there Is also 'tired adult + at all. The scripts this yearwhen ,
syndrome' from t.l.vtllonand J 1 ,t we're an hour In black ,
figure I've cot It. and white. have been betted '"
"I worry about the awful hour than last season, when we had l 1!. A ,.'i
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Hugh Down has to get up In the in color. .
morning to do his show I'm "Still, you've got to get the -. .. "
ratings. If we don't come ui .
nervous because I can never .. 10 .
remember the location of the ... ... '. with them, ABC Is liable to sad ". .
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wild card In Concentration. The 1. we the next '
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troubles of my daytime serial "
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families are so dreadful that 1 J .. .. .- J "', r ", Somehow the television without good wouldn't old l .)..,.,. :... ""-"
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can hardly eat a proper lunch. ""' .
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Now that there's 'Peyton Place' .. : .' : .> "Wagon Train" which hall HUMP UTLEt.SUCRonnie: Scheffel 13. of Mans-
In the evenings my nightmare weathered death Ward Bond, Held\ Ot1\1! \ r laims .i world record for Beatlemanla She U
are getting worse." MATERNAL MOTEL-Joey. Cleveland Ohio, zoo"i young kangaroo knows how to take rover in a hurry Something original wagonmaster; defer shown with sonii' of her collection of 11170 photos and
She looked at her pile oj startled the youngster and, despite his size he headed for home-home being his mother pouch\ Sale inside right. tlon ;- Robert wncounlil Horton: t original clipping.: "it I Da (our mop-topped Britons
leaves and started back tc Joey popped his head out to see If the danger had passed. scout) and perils,'
work Including periodic Indian at.
"Until I feel better I'm kick tacks.
log the habit," she said tees a There's a feeling television 'My Fair Lady' Still Good
lutely "Even Dear Lawrence circles that If only the Train can
Welk and Mr. Downs. Ii'. joins County Realty Hits Modest $366,500 make It over the next bill. It
to be a long dull fall" might go on forever. Industry
"Mr Novak" NBC's weekly observers opine that the Western Show In Screen Version
dramatic tribute to the school' County real estate transactions Corp.,to Clyde and Hilda W.Benefield and Ina U Johnson, Immokalee, I Greenwich Conn., parcel bee Is due for a rebirth follow.
teachers took up the deUcate for the processing period ending et al, Lot 4, Avondale Es. Into 17, 18, 19, and 20, Slit 40, 21, Twp 51, Rgt 31, $1,000\ Phil. Ing this season's Inundation of
subject of high school football October 21 were reported at late, $2,000; Lester Whltaker, et Newmarket Sub'd, $1,000; Mal. Ip Bakst to Patricia Celano IJIdar'lyn situation comedies NEW YORK (AP) New Ished oak and leather.bound
fatalities Tuesday nightbut $366,500, showing a levelling off al, to Carl W. and Mabel L calm C. Collins to Humberto Ro.: Celano,LakeSuccess. Unlike some television cow. movie books, More than once the pre.
walked cautiously all around It to about a summer average from Smith Naples, part Lot 12, and bert Ayala, Immokalee, Lot* 17, IT., parcel In Sec 21, Twp 51, pokes who could hardly wait togel The new about "My Fair view audience In New York
without touching the core of the the $1.156,447 reached In the Lot 13, Blk F, Bad Axe Sub'd IS, 19, and 20, Blk BO, Newmar.ket :Rge 31, $1,000; Philip Bakst to out of the sagebrush Bob Lady" Is all good. On the screen burst Into applause at the sightof
matter. previous period. $12,500; Big Cypress Golf anJ Sub'd, $26,000;: Robert Ayala ,Ross and Eleanor LoDato River Fuller likes It where he Is. He's ss on the stage, It remains a costumes and sets.
The plot centered on a tough i Sales of $l,000oroverwltt\val. Country Club Inc., to Vernon F. to Malcolm C. and Kay Collins, side, Conn., parcel in Sec 21, not exactly a newcomer to the supreme entertainment. Jack L. Warner personally
coach whose star player wai i ues taken from tax stamps on re. and Jeanne M. Wilson, Naples, Belle Glade, Lot 33, Blk I, Pal. 'Twp 51, Rge 31, $1,000;; Philip field, having gone for four years There was concern among the producing his first movie In
killed in a scrimmage. The corded deeds Included the follow. Lot 19, Blk I, Big Cypress Golf metto Park 3000. Bakst to David and Edna Weiner In "Laramle" Into "Wagon legions of "My Fair Lady" Ioy..r. decades he normally over
story then backed away from inn and CountryClubEstates$3,400; I,Bronx N.Y., parcel in Sec 21, Train" last season with only a30.day when Warner Bros boughtthe sees other producers spent a
the problem of injury or death Elizabeth L. Cobb to Ira and T. Harvey Haines to Lee and Ed. COUNTY Twp 51, Rge 31, $1,500; Elmer breather show for a record $3.S mlU reported $17 million. The film
in connection with the sport and I Florence Welssel, Uamaroneck, na Foster Bonita Springs part First Fla. Real Estate Mart, Kreiser to Holding, Inc., Ft. "I like Westerns! I like the lion. Would the stwUu attemptto lots U. 1 was aU shot under
concentrated on the coach'i N. Y., Lots 10, 11 and 12, Elk Lots 18 and 19, Blk 1, Unit I,Bon. Inc., to Kenneth 0. and Joan Lauderdale, parcel In See 36, people I work with and I like enhance Us investment with a roof In Burbank possibly at that
reaction. 22, Tier 2, Naples, $8,000; Na. ita Shores, 6000. Thomson Miami, parcel In Sec Twp 51, Rge 31, $8,000; Alfred working: outdoors," said Fuller, superproduitl i such as marredthe largest cost for any movie without "
Recommended tonighti "Dan.. tel, Inc., to Harry D. and Gladys First Fla. Resource Corp., to 22, Twp 47, jigs 27, $1,000; First H. Jacobs, et al, to Charles F. who spends every weekend films of Rodger and Ham. locations
ay Kaye Show" 10.11 EST -. D. Bruner. Kensington, Md., Lot James A, and Dorothy M.Dalley Fla. Real Estate Mart, Inc., to and Louise Ward, Chattanooga,camping with his wife and 6. ",.ul.ln hits? George Cukor directed "My
with Jose Ferrer and DorothyComas 19, BDc 0, Unit Z,Coquina Sands, Naples, Lot 6, Blk D, Unit 2, George W. and Iva J.Wadsworth, Tenn., parcel Sec 10, Twp 51, months-old son. Such "IH. ire allayed by the Fair Lady" with his fine taste.
as guest Mars.Albuquerque. $3,800; Vincent H.Conboy to Ray. Brookside, $12,000; Francis A. Santa Rosa, Cal., parcel tn Sec Rge 34 $1,300.Edward What would he like to do U finished product The film Is Alan Jay Lerner who wrote the
mood M. and Cedle Packard Snyder to Raymond and Nancy D. 23, Twp 47, Rge 27, $1 l,000t Jae. Feldstaln, et al, to"Wagon Train" does vanish faithful but not slavish to the original book and lyrics to Fred.
Naples, Lot 44, Blk E, Lake For. Schell, S. Holland nU, Lnt 10, quelyn 1.. Shuman et alto James Frank S. and Frankie N. Klnsey Into the sunsetT"Another original. As an addition -or crick Loewe'a great melodies,
Hank est Sub'd, $17.500; William B. Blk It, Unit 3, Conners Vander. M. and Myrtle A. Shuman, 1m. Reno, Nev., parcels in Sec 17 Western series, he solely on Us merits as a movie, wisely chose to admit the film
Stone, Inc., to Kenneth R. and bUt Bch. Estates, $2,200; Will mokalee, parcel in Sec 8, Twp Twp 82, loge 32, $3,90q 29.5143 replied.Inc. It U well nigh faultless himself All the memorable
Takes No Chance Jessie N. Chesser.Naples Lot 7, H. Krebs to Robert C and Ruth 47, Rge 29, $23,800; Thomas V. Corp, to Jos K.Caludlo Miami, The canting of Audrey Hep line remain Intact and
Blk G, Lake Park,$3.000; Robert S. Paasch, Jamestown, N.Y., Lot Porter, et al, to J Paul Craw. Parcel In Sec 29, Twp 52,Rge S3, to Lynn Green Corp.,Brook burn a* Cilia\ l Doolltlte rained amazingly fresh. Lerner ha*
ALBUQUERQUE N.M.., (AP]I R. Babb to Roger U. and Ruth 291, Unit 2,Isles Capri,$2BOCt ford, Tr., Coral Gables, parcelIn $lle>>;na unshlne Acreage,nc, lyn,N.Y, parcel In See 1'7. Twp someeyebrows. They may now also added some transitional
While Republican preside, M. Swingle, Naples, Lot 11, BlkG 13 Dev Corp., to Paul E. and Sec 14, Twp 49, Rge 25, $38,. to Edward and Hazel tints, De. 53, Rge 13, $1,800 Miami Gull be lowered. While It lakes a few scenes which help progress the
tlal candidate Barry Goldwater Unit 1, The Moorings, $5,500; Slmonne Martel, Naples Lot 4, 000; Audrey Harrison lebrown troll, parcel In See 30, Twp 52, Land Investors, Ine.,to lIarl.y Rand m tmeut* in gel used lo her as pl.<.
spoke here Sept. 22, a man Isabel K Shields to Nellie J. and Unit 2, Lake Kelly $1,300; RogerS to Ella Jo Stollberg, Hollywood, Rge 33, $1,300; Fie, Sunshine Violet L. Madden, Bay City, the kmwiged. flower girl her Aa of now, "My Fair Lady"
robbed a branch of the First Thomas Greene et al, to J. G. and Lit parcel In Sec 28, Twp 48,Rp 34, ,
L. Chambers, Wyoming, Acreage, Inc., to Ama Lee York Mich, parcel In Sec 39, Twp S3.Rge trjfliformallim to a holy Is so wears the favorite In the Os.cat
National Bank of more than U7-, Lot B, Blk 2,Ridge Lakes,$7,000; lists M Anderson Jr.Wauchula, $8,800; Zlta Sodden to Roy N. huff, Washington D. C., parcel 33, $1,IDq Miami Gulf Lad compliance with rare beauty derby In all departments
000.Police Nellie C. Huber to Harry W. part Gds 3, 4, 8, 6, and 7, Lake and Virginia Smith, Homestead, In Sec 30, Twp IIZRreUI.S; Investors, Inc,;, to Stanley A. and and dftlltfil. Even her singing is The lead players should certain
were busy controlling and Thelma Carr, Naples, Part view Properties, $13,000. parcel in Sec 31, Twp 50, Rge 32. I Collier Acres, Inc., to Anna N. Leona F. Plummer Flint,Mich, believable, though moat cited, and Cukor may well
traffic and crowds during the Lot 1, Blk E, Rldgevlew Lakes H. Williams to Rev N. $2,000; George W. GUI to RonalW I Smu ny. Mlramtr W, Hollywood parcel Sec 35, Twp 53.Rge 33, audience ,Is aware of the aid of win the award that has eluded
Arizona senator's visit. $3,300. Sconlers, et al, Miami, Lots 29 Albury, Nassau, Bahamas, I parcel Sec 33, Twp 62,Rge S3, $1,200 W. D. Daniel Holding, Co.. an of.creenopralo.. him despite his brilliant work on
President Johnson to be and SO Blk e, Mainline Sub'd, parcels in Sec 25 Twp 50,Rge 34 : |
was $1,300; South Coast Const. Co., Inc., lo Robert C. Claiborne and Nothing new tan be said It other films*
In town for a speech this mom. ROYAL HARBOR $2,500; Jay Abbott to Robert T. $2,400. 'Inc, to Robert D and Josephine Jack Mew, Tr., Miami Shores, the performance of Rex Harrt.
tag and Albuquerque's banks, Chief Pontiac Motor, Inc., to and Owen H. Bowers Naples, George W. GUI to Bernard KeU ,i Sand, El Paso, Tea, parcel In parcel In See 36, Twp 53,Rge 33, son beyond observing that It Uno IIlilftr
la the Interest of security, announced Paul L and Lenora B. McManus part Lotl4Morningslde$13,500; ly (no address shown), parcel :Sec J, Twp 63, Rge 32, $1,900; .. ut the ft.Mi. character*. r3
they would remain Nlles, Mich., Lot I, Blk 14, Unit Lester Whltaker, et al, to John In Sec 36, Twp 50,Rge 24,$3,200; ,I South Coast Const Co., Inc., to $8,000. liohe\ of the century
dosed until he leaves. 1, Royal Harbor,329,000; Dean'. H. and Gladys E. Moreth,Naples, George W. GUI to Howard John. :I Edward Klnderknecht, Cicero Franklin Deserving equal billing with DRlVtl'f laNstOORIN' ,
Rathbun to Wllamctta J. Mauko.nen part Lot 98, Unit 2, Naples Grand son, Nassau Bahamas! parcel In I Ill., parcel In Sec I, Twp 83, Benjamin organ ,I the Mars Is the decor: the work YOUR '
CALL THE NEWS FOR Naples, Lot 8, Blk B,Ander. Tr. Co' Little Farms, $U,. Sec 36, Twp 50, loge 34, $2,400Philip ]I Rge 32, $1,000.Miami Iud the first circulating 11 ,rf Cecil Bata Professor Hlg. BIRTH MONTH
RUBBER STAMPS son Sub'd, $13,000; The L A L 500; Collier Dev. Corp., to E.L. Bakst to Victor Martini_ Gulf Land Investors, brary in America In 1731 (fins' home ,Is a marvel ((4 pot.
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4060 North Trail Ml 23817 sttylliles of any major city. and lor Callas County ,...... to lltth Ava al tih SI Napletort .
Noplaa SKoppIn, c221)6 Relics of each phase can be most poignant experience any- rainier Ida laid new. of NAP LEB -- ,* t/lt tt
one can have-and a sure cure NEARING AID CENTEF ....d.' Oh.rwu.en.0 n K t.UI"1 III
REPAIR found the visitor-and pondered Chapter tttl, taw of Chru Cr.tl I..n. Tack
CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE by Finder. 41 Trucks Tractors
for those who advocate future Florida, Aett of IMI Deco Radio Deals -
on. Wilneii hand. this tilt day Nw .P.nl rod V.rniih too ,
our
JAEGER INSURANCE Of the Ublers, there's not w'rs-II to see Kaethe\ Kol- .t October, tied :::1 ''Iur' l01I.nn. or 'Ptwn l.Mt 'I IKDlKS
JERRY'S v. wltz' somber in the EDWARD KEITMStftTHA 1 H/ji tt
1/ blood statues : 01 ,... boil truck for your
much trace.exceptforthe KtlTMOcl "r77L llifl WJi.rrconv
AVMO"Iv-EArvp-YNINT money fieLUFF
DRY CLEANING ) $ I y'T German: bombed-out church of Sanata II !!l II. ItM alit .nd Ford V I Intpodl al
.
\ lines through ...
coursing :
4 iFL tNI Cl tall '
ONE DAY 'U'O-HO"'IOw"IIIS-PIIIII C Holt..hll Albano Just off Hohestrasse. seems or /p bodies and a few archaic words.Of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Ml tf\ll\ iO/H M 1e/1// Ita.cnfici
..,. ..I.
SERVICE A 1 NAPLIS0NOPI/N. CINTlIII S a 'N 1Itf Otherwise Cologne has madea PJCaitTEP FICTITIOUS NAME 411 tih SI North
If the
I their Tennernry Ier.lln"
conquerors
NOIII'H TRAIL "'I1In WOKK'' GUARANTEED fabulous come-back. On Tha hereear
842 6,h Ave So MI. 2-7390 Romans who came along in 50A.D. lily that w* ere-r'I 0 trailer Chang. ,m oon.ri plant forcttil
IU Se. A.Ill odor Holiest rasll. a walking street part al Ooodlane, Collier County, "* of thu aaaulilul ?' Chri* 44 MobiU Homes
:
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.. there's many a reminder Florid under 1115 flctltioul nente of Crarl Twin I...."... H....
excellent shops offer the well DROP ANCHOR TRAILER PARKrnd unki.. D.", .. Fmdr. March
At one aide of the famous Cologne known Eau de fine that said firm, II eempwad ot Light' Cutlam mad Cuhintnd ]]' H.,.. Tr.lt.r.n.. ,.-
r cathedral lies the Dionysus Cologne, 'Ihe .lollewlni peroni ...... name Cack pit, C...... |l MO ..1... Mqk. lapel KwnHng
hunting togs, photo apparatusand nd place .f reildenc' tr. .* lot' firm' Call Ml lU4t and Ml
'
Mosaic, a fancy bit,f floor* ? >!'< 50.70 It u".pH "' 12- '''' Wens

dI/"aJ6 v'11'HfiOH YOU CAN ADVERTISE tj/'Hl You!. I (rag (32 x 24 feet) which once chic clothing. It's fun too, awn WILLIAM: 0 FloriitiV KENNEOVOoedltnd '. t>.M4STraiteri.
Kauf-haus Kauf
to enter a or ,
SBulinecOppt '
IH THIS SPACE beneath the banquet
squeaked KENNtOY _
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS kr 1.Mi5ig I I.h.n : the German equivalent land. *'l *** For Rent
,. from tables of Roman nobles. Old alls ( / AMCMgFl I Naad ItM lo anpand 6 ry:
mlGeg pa lIl u CALL MI 2 2107 '
Ro
THE COLLIES COUNty NEWS hIPAI1N. P.IIIOft KtuiuJ H.nn.l n.w lure
N... ...y.rti..,. H. I 1. IM.nhlit sarcophagi line the western il!to< to our dime-store) and pick up 1 | ttflfvtlWILLIAM 11% ,..,..., U month.apliat Trs'lsn II 5 ..., wdh ,v.
FOR DETAILS Our .4y...;.... 160,1 t..1 useful 0 KNNIO'10.' = ., lOSt1A n 5 ONh
INwin9 'bou' your reapo.... YH odd Items. The net bags M*. le roil" "% 010 .1h
of the Wallraf-Rlcham Museum LOIS Y KENNEOV p 0n.. inA: : lam;, it Rock Crea1 t" I I.. Plrl
I mike shopping easier and ao It It eur intention I* apply lo lha
and ancient water pipeline
an Clark ot tho Circuit Cwr10 and for
stands nearby. Most Impressive great In !the Stat... CellKr County Flarid.. .. r.t, iIar ia-Help Wantedman 48-Ap.. For Rent

a is the crumbling chunk Two of the nicest facets about Ihe uid' se".0 PARK under 0"0". th ANCHORTRAILER provlt'oni Ir leab,5.Sl.. .Nra \11....",..., D.'I. .. .
Wall Ko- Cologne are her Inner GreenBelt otFlorida Chapter Pool,, Ll.l ot man rs sl m .ploi Man. to deolh 11"1' 110I0'1'lOll
of original Roman on Act. of IMI. do girdaning cyan pool I wila I.., .' lOll 70111
of
modlenstrasse. It stands stolidly a semi-circular ring WITNEItw hand sod tell this lo ,..... nllic* and tuparvliaapartmanii
which tub day al Oilober IN ..., around Onlyoualifod '
whU- parks and promenades APT!
wttb SHORES
and
.orrowfully WILLIAM 0 KEI NID'1.01' / naad apply Air Gondpartm.nl ABLE
ting traffic on one side,modern encloses the city proper" and V KENNEDY' tad Writ* Ml |44SK.lly '
LONDON a McOANIEkAttorney \ ;Napa: *. Aral A_
concent. Music P 0 (Hi HI' dl.Inelod > d and
book and curio shops on the her constant et L.'" .. ,. .
S sums and 'u
AP -- of all can be enjoyed Suite" I. ..1... SulldinfNaplei \1151 :,
other. So nice of the city plan- types Fieri*. 49-Houaes For RentIiA".A"
and wartime bombers) throughout! the year. oci ii, NOV i, ll II. ItM. alit lid*..... w5,.d for mttd.fntod
ours ( Fountain Lunch lion : NCNTAtS
to leave 15 feet of ColonlaAgrtpplnensis's This love of good muslccharacterlzes 01 INTENTION l.larv e..n..,.,* with abilIty '1
ices the rather sober nature REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMt Muil II.". xp.ri.nca and HIM aid ..* po, lanon
once mighty ralarancat Writ 5s. IMF
,... undarngnad, doat horooy car mood
fonUlcit Ion... of the German people. tiny that '''.y ... lonductmg o Nur MO, Collier County Nwt MARLOWE AND BECK
While they are reputed to be say buss,.. .. Niplaa, '''''11'., 10/4
....d.. tha ficlitiout' ....... of F>AFA. REALTORS
CHANGES Jolljt and full of Jokes around DUE' OA"OIN.IIU""",/of, and thofollowing 13-H.lp Want Female MI III i mi Fifth t Avo i4ni So i tin
mid firm 10 compoaad
that
During the Middle Ages, a the Rhine River this writer poriont wrhoio HOIWM" pod Maio. liiparianiad htrtal ,s.'.1s

lot of Improvements came to never personally saw many placn of roiidancot Ira It tollowtiCMI Muw ka naat lofcar and SO-Rooms For Rent

became a smiles on the streets or In the t Fuo North N.plat, PI 1. kilns good parianalily Cical .
Cologne. The city loll Mr It lout working, condilioni Applyhouukaapar I nets ram. ..y.t. oalh Air

Bishopric then an Archdiocese.Charlamagne shops. Everyone seems dedicated Soullh. F Fuo It North Naplot' FlaOwnanhip Mn idpwat.r ratarIwaan .acts Hntal, ... ConditionedCjM Ml 14M7,' Prlvil. Kniranc If

> RMr.111ett1. aurw+Rt7KLd pranced through, to being efficient, clean folio",. of laid fculina.l It It U and 1 10'11 II rheum!! for .inn',j .lioord If/Jj Ideal

{fie Hanseatlc League formed and methodicaL Perhaps they CHI, I Rut M% perton Call Ml
their fun Lulu FJ Rua M.. ) Wanted Mat 11111N11n5 i71
tnd the Gothic cathedral are only laving up
great It I* thair intontlon t* apply t* 14-Het
.
was begun. Built atop a 9th- for Mardi Gras: which takes .iko C.a.C.u.t.ks.od 4o' Lolliorcounty M.. .__r "','ST%Hd1A.d Fen iaa. -
.
Florida to ragialar Iho said 5d nos 1.NUry
century church ruin the build place every spring. Then one nama of F'oradiio Oardom Nuraaryundar 'Cn:.M 1 nil to Clnlr 1.n5.r" t Mool oul.landinp .
and In hears all tnhtbUlons are drop- Ills prowiaiont ol Chaptar Inc !l/ ft Naar 'i immatulilo .ulomouill
Ing rose higher higher Polo Lawn of Florid*. Aal* ot IMIWitnaii 1 valua 1 ....... iniludaa
a lavish series of construction. ped and true merriment bursts our ".,. this Hh diy [ P ,-.| will lual truck I'.m. drivor Ii.pu FuHlima ? }douhl kadroom eye ilov. rafndiralar

her spires vault up to forth for one glorious week. of Otlobar. ItM I FUt oil. pralarrad v.inar dryer. Wallla .
Today CECIL: ataiy tro pigat 1 lit 1.i: mlRoc. .*Kpad M. .... ."., ylam
610 feet, and gingerbread -- --- ----- lUkU R RUE ..1" wall t.'aofi work
Gargoyles
Out 1 14., >T II. ISM. aMOt IIIIJ t IN 501 mvnlad
crust the stone walls. -- Crutnar ApOparclor ...lor. Hollaron Iuv hop d now Ova tit, MO lI/li! 41

Five naves and 7 ch.pelllf'" Employees To Get NOTICE Or PICTITIDUi INTENTION RAML TQRIOIITIR Ml y Machaond ItuipmcnlF'aylr.g '. Trust 0.... "....,.,..

the cathedral an over-all size The und.reys.d dais ..'..., sir Ncglai__ lfc.t: Phil. N K*>*i HiWy Olio
!!! L Oily, that I *m eomtucting 5 lauliquotollman HdwM ::n' ._.
of 475 feet high and 145 feet Bonus; Provided It '110 pi.., Flor 1* undartha houM man ca....., .1./1 ROBERT H JAEGER
wide. tiatitiout n..... ot ttCKV and nd allia work Mull ka takar,
that hid firm it aompoMd af thafollowind h. a plaaiing ,., onlity an4naal M. "r Irsla
the sacred structure ,... .. Clr Tit .IIM
To enter po who namai and oppaaranc* I lay waakt.iary NaN.A Ileppn5
Elected ... ..._.. ... 1.1....
1. era *| month Apply
1/4 >
terry's '
pa
rebuild .l In north Italian VUlesf !1s to Into the Medieval III THIS I ,.oTIRheiss ll
TOWN RISES I AGAIN Wrkm eri* step ". ..eeA' STRAND Mrt Q....., hotnakaaparIdgawatar .
flood trlgjir.d' by a 'landilld. Thaprtaont Red-c1oakedchurch-: II" red N lo ....'.., Florida ...." Mot.I Itwaan ... ft* llth Ava 114 I. $1COLEMAN
Lengaroni which was almoat wipe eut a )'u' age by a Age. YAKIMA Wash (AP) Ownonhip uIeccY II ..5N II .... I RtarfMa* raqairail BOVD Fl.alter
In Ihi dltatldr. stand In the luleldoecople to Tenth M /II. Ml MM
p.I.lIod men watery M
achool' r.1I.la 40 ahlldran SAO *f tholr tlaaamatta PmcifldT North-** firms Iowa 11(11 jW.la.r
rour .
light which: filters LOON RakoM A Strand all arcunj"1nN.Na. fariee tee ky owner I oodroam
isve decided lo support Hen II it my ,Intantio to apply I* th* Bood Condition. Time I oath fet hnweo on1111I

down from the stained glass Barr Ooldwater's<< presidential Clara, Cmiiar ot the County Circuit. Florid.Court. lo in rag*ndtor and on working* half. Nolid.yt. paid canel I 11.10MI 7 4\M,
itme
windows Solemn Latin chants offering bonusee to I mar th* Slid n..... of Sacay undo Muipilal plan Apply n partonWally .
impaltn by ,
Mow. Fullar InduilCollur ** '"'NO NIW ." I .
Hartford Paper Marks pulse through the enormous air employes. Iho provinoni of ,....... of Awls Chaeltr.' IMIWitnoM lottlLawt kuonylan. County l el 'H tills Av*., he
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81" N ,
nave. Damp storey air sighs Riley Kelly, president of Kelly my hand. pep tllh day al /71 WILLIAM STONE INC

down the wide stales and under W Inc., Ysklma, said Tuesday October ,liMtllCCA a ITMANOOcl 13-SaUs Help Wanted NrtwWI N He. _MI 10710

At the end of this Immense ..,...t ..-. would offer hi. SS em.ployea It. No' : 4.Iflec,II. IH4 < lll -

pews. white a month's pay bonus U -.-- ; ...._..' ..,....... no a.perionio ROYAL MAFJSORk.th
200 Years PublishingHARTFORD cave cathedral noaei.er* but deurOkie M,1l' 111r11Ilnl, 1 bsdram I
altar cloths gleam with golden ,Goldwater la alerted. Sell ,<.'. meet p-op homo on ulM.ndin i.navrllim
Todd Smith heed of Crest School Training rots 515 0504 1.0505,1,15, a' Niple* Bar formarl7
vs$ eb. Near the entrance, fu,,,.she. heipilaliialion" paid ud aS Model IhitreiMNww
Linen Supply, said he would ........ See Nan thwart >a ..,..... with a,
Conn. (AP) The legislature approved a one ls bothered by the gaping meet with his employ In Yakl. Under Korea Hill Sale Manager' inatam Chevroiet without furnutiioat and can b.
statewide lottery of 1.000 tickets crowds of tourists, but deer Thurs.day In* Mil It NoH pui.n.t d .t. I.lur* wall he
The first Issue of Hartford'sfirst ma sod Petvflotoo, Ore., I>/ If16Help law .clool tester ..ppomiman
newspaper, a four.pa st $. each. PrUe totallnc ,J1.. Inside or somewhere up along to work out details of a Coming To CloseST coll Ml 14>lt er dnv.

affair tuned out on a band 000 were liven out, and the the 502 sites of the ant,.. similar bonus profrun. The Available des out, la FH>yl' Merter eft.t/II. I.Ir.r ,.

i press, was published on Oct. 29,, remalnlnf $9,000 went to rebuild quietness and reverence can firm employs (I ",.rlOOl. reTERSDURO rtATtM 1711555 11 17. ,
the mllL Until the mill was back: last ..melterofcollepOr Man 111) Knporlonrrd. fin
descend. Paxton president of theKetk.Lok J NIts hood
floyd I
200 Thursday. NSW Ofdreom
years ago
1764
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Mrs. Wai eon putout 0 Tethnleal, liwlliwlloni. fin Ui .
lilthon
la operation of Yaklma vocational lChool.alnlng. un ill'.** flecl'X
The newspaper that Thomas When the Industrial Age hit Corp., ttreened oorH <*.
wllaI..rPlPlr rmnt '
Green: started DOW claims to be the Courant on Europe Cologne was right In firs to announce the scheme, der the Korttn Cl [Dill gets man Traineil., VYIIIInt in i r.ge Moat Slid Air Con lit NO,
and did .
the oldest continuous publication could be found, Its path. Steamer service star said he vas authorised to gay under way tots month. M.T. tell tare .f any or y"uino N/e I.r.H*onx M11.55 111 For:.M/ode month.VINCECONBOY"
.
lasue.b
U the nation the Hart not mill an ted the Rhine River the that McGulre Bearlnf Co., Port. DUon. director of the Florida ).. will live In. PINS W
ISSt almoat sU decades on )
1Ito ford Cfurant. land Ore., was planning a Gold. Dernnmem of Veterans Affairs ".tIIt.. Write ., Call O.rar .-
fi ht Its
Widow Wlt first bridge spanned course,
after the F> .
"Was It not for the press,1 water victory reward which 114 Fweflolti harbor Shop tit Mh Av "' '|rMl
survival Mm factories and the today. I l4IMALL
the paper's
Green: wrote st the start of the for sprang up "miftit amount lIP to a two- ends In '
1 1BotwtU, purchased the Con. shouldered us beyond When the MtTMftcr at On" Illvtl!. Ml I-740r1 i.r ttTAl'k
Itpue of what then city way for ..mployes.MPistol's
was bonus'
first week mark tttt CBf lara home Flo
Conrant. A year later January 1895. U Mill Horn Phono A fur I P.M ; itery ,
neetlcut
called the Connecticut Courant the old city gates and fortifications. firm manufacturesplatie $41.510 orlm.nt AHt

Mwe should be left almost en. be started I dally newspaper (These can still be clipe. and Uo of TtM Education and Mi I ....80_ I,.,? 5l rn..hed Over toruM Jtt Myer:me. lawn Palm.

tirtly Ignorant of all thoee noble the Hartford Courant but seen at Ebertplats Rudolph- frank freeman, VA anor.a Training Program for Korean NMI..r,,. HI"Mny MS. |tioevjn Owner

Sentiments which the Antlents continued the Connecticut Cour. plats). Today there are five .,, In Spokane Wash, ..Id", Conflict veterans wWW w// 31-Utt i Found tea o; polo S rotper.la North. MlII144
"our
(sic)were endo'd with." ant as a weekly" for eoun. harbors a bustling barge bus- bad asked Ine federal Bureau lalurbe47uty 18. 1963. LO.I wHrfe /ren n FHpMiaw..r IVII: :

I Re said the Courant would be try readers. of tovetticatbM "to so* U he Dixon Kid chit more than ,,.f tt IP PIe ,e P r.ml Mau... an N/in,

-..adNEW publlahed each Monday with (Pa+toe) tea vU4ie4 the UA 2,300.000 veterans have tilnn return.. r.I.*>.1,d haari M. Jim ..nildr. l.rl I. boll 155. art tit/tents W.I.C 1 .edroontI >Hint,

LOOKJ.irn "due tflClDUrlltlJl..." code which fortttde M offer of advantage of the prog rim. Tar It/H ,.... rily tMitei Laos N.

arrymort I II a hlrtutt tughi The Hartford Courant la In the 1. stir type to any person either to .dllrN date of J.nury 31. 23-Mitt. for Sale 1.sSe,i I."i >a mile for ..rrom n+li (ociuiMnc kowntown,

rep Nice midst of a IOWa annlversarv vote or withhold his vote, or to 19(6 will apply to botJ\lCore411\ ..r r.n/5/ preperly Insp tioni
flrtl Hollywood ,
celebration that looks back overt vote fur or against say csndl. Mr COM, to von en Ne* Nm1btu Svileole sans PmtL'ioo
the 12.ytar.l4 her I* the Treat Am.rica'. Conflict tete r ItI.I at'Ir.*h tm tafH" Sell oniruldWl Kl* Immediel" paw

* ..dialLetti .* ,.N 1.Clar.e 10554155INI ttreet.loop L c...

In Italy five yours age. U s weekly 10 In Y.kl.SM and to thoM who will start M IJth tt N* F* t mlla f'rl ya !
e* Us Infant days, tired kit employes > l .. ... : 175,.
.publlcatlothe Courant was a4 ,.- Haven Ind., u clu... for the first ll"* AUTh : 1r1.' I M MlINI .,_. s.p.5 ..
55nb
w Lt pond airpe .
....
ha Furmahad o* untu'iMtod
printed tm wrapping paper it ertra atonta'a salary U Cold- put hp.mbt rats/.* N .. PAI Led.' II"* IM IH tllh A"IIAtt"

Quality Courts tine when nolhtnc else *uavailable. water la alerted denitxl .he via veteran may coxbgr Il pol *h>W anma 11 N.N.Henl lealrith "*\I 4%>'U "/ II

land the coda There would! be in school >>,r that dale bill = t.j.1" M ("
.. ...,. .
I09.55155rsad "'I
Cites Baugrharn Grate came to Hartford and no way lot bUa lo know bow his W .UI no longer recel'ftlllal-' *iu *'l=iuT n >ne. mode NaN EMI yM.

furled the Courant whit he employes bad vote* sad the lowis from die VA sinS month rani *ei o Mi I rttkCOxOtltt N109 I iAKfSFurnl.hd .<
TI26P.s.ns ...
Bob BauctisA, of the Golfln) was U, havlnc lift a Job asmaoacer bowl would be ...110/11II y to meet pan of hU trilnlng and TL ve eIa1N Naar Immadiolo Oo t CourM.uCl
Resort Motel In Ha-
Buccaneer at the Kev Row .awsrttd Paatoti lard )
ttld.
plea, has been cited by Quallt office of a Hew York prating He said he "has received r.epons l thing expenses, Olson)

Courts Motels, Int., one of tile: of similar moves planned Disco further pointed out this A."Oll'" MARLOWE AND BECK
r.MWpraoiaH .
flrm. *
,tt,r iAI Mam *r .MM .Ae REALTORS'
nation's leavdlnc motel chainsfoi His plant was I room above a by other firms. arouM the eoun. rhoM Korean Conflict All tor Mip Ot tan. 111 hhl Aye. kr1lt ,

dlatributlnc 4,900 cuide to Iravelera ., tarterahop la a small wooden try, who suffered dUoWiUK wtildi M ...Ne.e Miami .11 \ R
and other outlets dorlni buUdU M Mala MrMt. Hart have (MM .vljijdtcawd. Mrvloi ..,.... C...r... ._. OIl ttt >" ..h t.MeRp o.oA
rent Memo w pool
tae put year.QpecUl fort ttaelf waa little more than a r contented a .cp r>t) program at H* Avo every Tail .*dF. '._eM<.S |IMtOHNT9
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I
STEEL $1501 NUT n.5lNIePM16Wanted
apprerlatioe, tor Bane with avme IIltw to ,
country tow shops of r.habObatlan will" C

ham's ettorta was vokedby QualIty ., and homes near tbe river front.Greea AtLENTOwN. ft, (Aft b* carried on. and dIAl tan Uno To Buy C ond.)&.... Cif I siier.s'Airr>
I kcttt, Corpon. Florid F oomAkMalv
Motels' President John G.La. ......u, took U tMrtar ( ir Hall *4| ono hat beet.Ni .. Headline date 'for this I HtimMuloto; Thrill,

cock durtnf remonla U tM: Cbeneaer: Wtisoa, sad I .. eenal0u.rColn 0-11\10M ..5..p n .Mi rw54....waneiwdn ,,'.. your ..-. IU.HM.CAftltSCAM.

national convention, which wen, than. left the Courant, lonf ... M the AH.*>**vn program.gmaiK otioo ...,...,.'.,. ',a \nI'd. FJtAtrvJfAlTOW

held October 1S-O at tM Hn fore M" saoet tertoiu crisis afire I '" y Hall Bt.t.*. 4i*.**..*4 e --- 4 00 59111" I *

Tart HUto Hotel. that wrecked Us paper. aUHjurtnf ,.0( .*4 ....d.' n.*l *. beak. ... I .. i ........ .. I, F>. 0 ... ISUNO
Motels has (00 moteti ef _. k-4 UCILIA' IA.I0MtW ..,<* 1551.Ii ha" MM.a N.olaa Fl*
Quality : the BevolotloMry War. ately The beds .e* fcwri''a.. "r 10'1. '11' Ml } tUt_ ,
ud 10,000 units la the 0IIa.I: The atia was deatrored la ''MeMly' ,*n4o4.pi... kf Pied. YOII (A p-n.'lvo. tier '-_, Wevit > U'with

SUtea and Canada. 1777 wlille the Coaraa wutyjiof "'.Ut. IIf *io..l ..b* A_ar44ere 4 their way into OMeN 59-Acrtaa_

rtry ...,.'. widow tye1.wWllerl w. v4 bulls.
e rt"iefll when. a Ve pIN |) M down pod
H r* lr* t*
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HaIv" Be had did of small.ya th..( call .... .... hotM>.. found 10 a It ** .P*. meal Mo intoroallnM ,
The United States Coast, earlier that year.yaper The tOO l .af>U aldt irviudlry .*f U trocr*** and Oho mils Iron ftoJdanOoto

and Geodetic Survey stab-: was to short txa ly and -- !. c
luhed on Feb 10 180'7. byPrelldent blocked all... M it ettms IU C.mwyrN 1Haed .
bell
U4 t I
rttlsk ilea ,,*.tftt. 10 ft r5M toll tt Mr**
a Sit M..roCowty, 'It. a.h hasp
Thomas Jefferson Mrs. Wataosi tu'Md toM TO H 0 KofM |MO(4d vii II ,nll.ywdetdsstdbuiiita tea tor trails Havo M M. IIw

was: the first techoKal bureauto I perU{ Conctla.1, M 1AcUI.. In tor for Hot* FJ.....'. ** t*.e Co<"< >o-+*.nh At o4Jo..*t ol Ash .t.'austeel IN ,ar twfor- i u for AD .".torn PM.F>.t. Mi o,I Sapt n f tl *it,N/1S ik t1jgiit

tie 1' s federal govern ft Voaa te ret-HW the paper aUD. r.rt,I..['.".. eved Ime te .R"*'.../''"* ,* **l* -,.<., 1 pmbtlse

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M A R K E T S 4 THE VOTE j I- COUPON GOOD FOR I- COUPON GOOD FOR -I

r y t I 100L AtJD. I 100L AMDSO ;
', # IS FOR
aIII..o -" : J71 STAMPS GREEN/ 04oFF I J7(bTAMPS GR EEW/ OFF I IPUBLIX

rr 4-p!.e. ,I.e. '.,ulel.( I COVERED CASSEROLE tonkin Chine I
r .N a "f I I ChlMR.tul.r",..It I..s.ttl.e" ,.tte,.. I ",....>t ....... I
r w" I price $2.49 ffiPSSi I RtfwUr. pied $4.49 I
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; & >*rkh< .50. Z Un this c..SO
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