The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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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LBJ "Heartened' By Reds- ; Barry Sees Fl Bio UpsetWeather -j

Outlook 1 T 'Derby Presidential Enters

Lew 'I

Cloudy with eccsalonal rain a .m. a.m. pert, inal Weekend
this afternoon ending tonight 1k1. III 4 :eelava2 I II
and becoming partly cloudy Iit (r N tt} Opt. Z' I I j l i U -I l By FRANK COMMBR ;
Friday Low tonight In the Q'hef' ibis Ie : F a: a:0a :.-.
60. High Friday 60 to W.Northeast d ibis /1 s. ::0A aal ass SALT LAM CITY, UtahAP ;
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and north wind 10to S" I 10: 4 4:11 4: ) Preeldeat Johnson said \ ,
'h today he has received a heert.enlag .
20 miles aa hour. Add
one pledge from the new So. I'
Add one hou. N. Ray ,.
P viet premier that Soviet .
THURSDAY OCTOBER 29, 1964 12 PACES 10 CENTS 41tl YEAR NUMBER 69 Union will "maIMata own t' I
search for peace "tfl. i
West" >-

In a lor
delivery .peodIittd\ rmon

Tonight At Senior High School United the to .I

guide the ineviut'I changes
that lie ahead", in ; nmunlst
i,, is t Y countries

a "At atop Johnson In Salt m.t1Ja.v.mlltht LatfBTlf ln order

Queen Contest Opens to breakfast with David 0. Me.

i Kay president or the Church of '
Jesus Chrtat of Latter.tay I
Saints (Mormon) and to speakin
the church tabernacle. t
After two days of campaign
lag In the West, the Presidentwas
e i 1a pointing his vote-seeking t
Swamp Buggy Festival efforts ..eastward with other I

appearances planned today In I

M Wichita. Kan., and Phlladel.phia. .

In hiv taberiwde text, John
The 16th annual Swamp Buggy ers who are expected to Jam the people from all over the" state : son said that when Niklta I Khru.ah .
are coming to see them. __ ; ,'h.v was toiled as Soviet
Days festival--unique to Naples hall.While __
the big block of votes Pumps have been working at premier, "I sent word to Moa.
with the
jets under way tonight are counted to decide who the the track on a 34-hour basisto cow that our basic policy re.
selection of finalists for ,
eight be will be ma Inert unchanged."
finalists will be, the sure there a generals
the coveted title of"Swamp Buggy audience will be entertained bya supply of ooze, mud and He report! that the new
Queen." The parade comes Saturday premier, AI.ua
slime for the big event. Leroy Kosygln has
supplied by
the queen crowning Saturday program has replied that 'the Soviet Union
Echols prowmined ,
and "
the McCune
and the singing would maintain its
night muddy race present poll.
a number of "surprises"for
the Van Der Veer Music Center else and seek better relations _
for glory winds it up on Sunday. 4.\
but refuses elaborate
Admission Is free. Sunday to .. and
The ranks of the two-score- maintain/ its own search 'orpoIt'
what the
on surprises with the Went"
and-more beauties who a re com* \
RIDE IN STYLE might be. However he did state
petIng for the coveted title of The eight finalists chosen by that contestants won't break any t.Jf'r I
"Swamp Buggy Queen of 1064"will for looks the track and .
popular acclaim good time records at ', '
be thinned to eight some poise and personality will rideon that riders will "find the going Johnson said 1 Koaygtn' wrote

time before midnight tonight. the Jaycee Wives float In considerably slower than In pre (\ .." that "the Soviet' Union would
Promptly at 8 p.m. In the Saturday's Swamp Bum parade vious years." 't' ." continue IU ('communication
auditorium of Naples Senior High down Fifth Avenue and adjacent For the first time since Swamp with the United Hates and
School the parade of 42 young streets. Buggy Days Inaugurated 15 -: f. would continue to explore areaaof

hopefuls, attired in shimmering Then on Saturday night In the years ago the history andgrowth al how mutual liilre"
Terming this "a hearteningreaponse
evening gowns will get under Gulf Terrace Room of the Beach of the event will be televised.At "
way. As each girl parades across Club Hotel they will appear again 1 o'clock tonight over Educational { : teed the, United the President testes prom."will

the stage she will be greet- for final appraisal by Corona Channel 2 on the cable "'I"t.! ,,w,..," ,. I,. '- U" Continue with every resource to

ed by cheers from her sponsorand tlon Ball guests and the winner Neapolitans will have an opportunity ... ,I'" '.. j ...i\.iIX .;.: work for a (lasting and |Just and
from hundreds of well-wish will be named and crowned to hear experts discussthe ,...... .. .. ,'" -' ," '\ honorable |pear.."
"Swamp Buggy Queen of 1964. origin of the affair. In talking about 'Inevitable
On Sunday the "Queen" will A REMARKABLE IMITATION of Gypsy Rose Lee was one of the entertainment Changes". Inside the Communist

Ar rule over festivities at the Mite liiirhliirhta enjoyed by the ttate uomrn golfers at A Beach Club blue, initiate ealdl "All polltl.
u O* Mud track In East Naples. Toy Drive For cocktail partv Tuesday muht Ni'-dleui to miv, the luatomarv burleaque- fal systems hanie. They are

The contest started on Labor house chanting could be heard In the background. bringing out the very best forced "to tJf hwtoric. rlrtum.

Day and ended October 23 with Needy HonduransIn in the imitator, who. in normal attiir look just like Chip Ilrumfiel stance
He said It would be "danier.
interest growing steadily as each (McGrath photo)
ouily luolUh" to expert eitherthe
new contestant entered I me popularity Full Swing Soviet Urine or OommunUt

The ear sweepstakes. Chins to soon Iwnpme. ot
... "soflstles.. nothe. latd $It ''''null1
SEATS .. .
MORE .. ,
of loral
f B, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sponsor the IIHikita vb. 4 u4jy4wHik6.| tOiJItiiik)!, they, ..."
A section of bleachers s too ,
new for Christmas toys, fur Hon. will never th'1I1'rt."
WASHINGTON (AP) ton with a seating capacity of 1,00ft r duran children\ announce that Dictatorial Kremlin II. continued "tnatde Rusala
mer President Dwight D. El. has been Installed at the racetrack special containers for the toys today a powerful force fur
senhower said today he could and from advance reserve have been placed at sight Iocs. change Is at work ..lue ton,
not recall any cue that might ticket sales Mrs. Rachel Blod- tl have Involved a moral problem gett secretary-treasurer of The Jaycees and Junior WOo enemy of dictatorship.: bolds -
man's Club have asked Naples Did Bad Job BesidesBy the dbmmunlut Mot, powtrful
during lie was his Idmlnlltrl commenting on. on a Swamp expected Buggy Days to "exceed says crowdsare any area dtliens to contribute Ine.. Says; currents sre surging agalnslthe
pensive toys so four.Jo4Z.yoar.old dim.
statement Wednesday by -
thing Naples has ever seen.
dent Johneon that Elsenhower children in Langua.Honduraa, "We cannt* sit Idly by we
had once faced a problem slmUUr "We've been getting many re* can-have a brighter Christmas GERALD MILLER .....le repeatedly vtolaled the through a lark of coherent de. must work to guide. the Inevlta.
to that Involving Waller W. quests for tickets from both Miami this year. Also sponsoring! the ROM (AP) TIle Kremlinhas principles of collective leader vehement of economic plans. his changes that Iii .'-d."
Jenkins, While House aide who and Hialeah" said Mrs. campaign la Jack Conroy whose told Soviet Communist par. ship displaying a typical "per. _He sent friends or rtUtlves
resigned at Johnson's request Blodgett. "The races are no brother Honduras reported ty workers that Nlklis Khru. tonality cult" attitudes Incom.petlble Including his eunOiU.w Ale>eiAdshubel tk *
after disclosure that he bad longer of Just local Interest* children there did not hart toys shchev was ousted because he with directives of the on foreign missions
been arrested on morals as we know them acted dictatorial/ did a Soviet party congresses, without consulting party offl
charges. The special containers for the bad Job besides, the Un.wlng -He launched and changed dale. These emlaasries had fly WALTER It. HEARS

Court toys have been placed at White's Italian weekly I/Espresso reported agricultural policies without neither (he right nor prepare. HARRBintftO, Pa. (AP) -
Supreme Auto Store Toy Town, Western toda"L'Ellpnaao, adequate thought and prepare lion to undertake the delicate Ben Barry Oildwaier kickedoff

LEOPOLDYUAE: the Congo Auto Naples Hobby Shop,Crania, said (he report lion leaks given, them, and often the a Pennsylvania whlstle..t (AP) Aa American mission Refuses To HearBarry's Liggett bash Hartley's,and Ar. written by Soviet Com mini at -fie switched allocated In. result did not correspond to tour today, asserting. "millions
ry has been captured by Com. nold's Naples 8 and 10. party Presidium member MiJu vestments from one Industrial Soviet Interests. of unha|>py, disgusted AnerU
mtmlat4>acked rebels and Is Cost of the gin toys should ball loathe, bad been dlstrlbuU sector to another, causing eon. The party Central Commit cans across his country" win
awaiting trial by a military TV Plea be a dollar or less, so there ed to party workers throughout turner Industry to suffer toe was toM nothing of the out. pMduce the century's biggest
tribunal a rebel broadcast says. will be no question getting them the Soviet Onion. cane ut Adzhuljei'e last ml*. political upset next Tuesday
The missionary, Dr. Paul WASHINGTON (AM The through Honduran custom, a It had been rumored In MOB. .Ion, to Dorm and only learned The RopubUean preildentialBbmlnee
Canaan, It, of Rolling !Ills Supreme Court has refused to campaign spokesman said. The cow earlier this week that sucha from the Western press that he Said acne |*-4e claim
Calif., has been in the Congo 14 convene before election demand.day to presents should be marked B for report would be made public Students Must had formulated prospects m the he has "Ju 1It about given up" ta
months. ReM warriors cap. bear arguments a boy or G for a girl by the buy. and that It would contain Bus. German and Berlin questions his battle against PreaiilentJohnson.
lured him Sept. SO at Yakoma Inc equal televtalon.radlo time ers, who may wrap them if they lov's denunciation at the PresU Buy TicketsIn unacceptable to the party. .
for Sen. Barry Goldwater to re. include a note of ChrlsU Oct. 14 which his to
on the northern frontier, accord choose, meeting Ourtng own trip But he said there la no truth
ply to aa Oct. II speech of Pres.went
and deposit them In Khrushchev from in Khrushchev
Lag to a communique Issued by man cheer, removed com Egypt May, la that
Chrtstophe Gbenye self-pro Johnson. the container mend of the party The report Advance made Prealitant Oemal Abdel He launched his third ralU
claimed president of the Congo. The court's refusal, an. Sponsors ask residents who has nut been made pole In "...., and Vice President Abdel road) tour of the campaign after
lose People's Republic la Stan pounced Wednesday night. dent bare time to buy a gift Moscow and I/Espresso did not Student tlclwta for Friday's Hakim Amer Heroic of the toughening his presidential ell'".
that there la chance
means no
leyville. to send their requests to Toys say where It r* Ma summary Naples Fort Mvcrs football oriel Union without the re. liege with a charge that Demo
that the Republicans will win tangos CoO Naples Jaycees, Sualov's report, according to quired preliminary provd of
Carlson crala have Comm'mist backing
The rebels claimed here be
their legal battle to get the time game must boIl6tht In
and the Jay. ..
Boa 1202 Naples, I/Espreaao accused Khruahchev the PreaUtium of the Supreme haven't repudiated It.
was a major in the UJ. armed .
for Coldwater before next Tees.day. advance MS
principal' t.W
offl. eees will get the to) of these failiniat Soviet the Soviet parliament The Arizona senator opened
forces, but U.s. Embassy Woodruff reminds football (ana. .
dais say his only military espe. .__..1__ ,'_L_.. .. be ..M JChruhhchev-made- aa oaten.Wtous I his campaign day before a Har.
No wl I
'-11 IKMBl.st snow d support for nxna crowd estimated by
rises was a twtfcjrear hitch lathe rtsburg puttee
Navy. the gait They will bs on sale during a particularly delicate at more than 1.000.

Carlson's wife and two chil. yt, tomorrow at all area schools, time of frontier controversy The Republican nominee lot
disc Oed to the neighboring and at four retail stores until! between India and Red China. the White fit,.,.. tack to a cam.
Central African RepuUlc with 6 pjn. tomorrow. The (lour bus Buck help was In line with Mot. palm train alter a Journey
other missionaries during the Incases are Kepp's: I'edro'i cow policy, but the way It was through the Midwest and a de.aand .
done worsened the situMloe..Khruebchw'e that the Democrats de.
rebel offensive last month. Fifth Avenue R4xallandTrQptasDrive
recent dec flounce xnmunlaia and "their
Inn laratioa thai the oriel Union backing." He said Coromunlatputllcailons
Adult tickets also wU!i be available of total destr. .
NICOSIA, Cyprus> AP) has a weapon c were "pulling for
Several. hundred Turkish Cyprt WN simultaneously at dies Don which Khrushchev later the defeat of Republlrsa cuxtt.
at police and guerrillas and locations so families will! not denied he had made caused ,.../"
troops of Turkey's' army contln. bare to make more than one alarm and connialoo and was a

gent la Cyprus> paraded in Nicer ,,:,, Ito stop willie purdisil/v. tickets In IgnlAcant eiample of his arbUtrary CHARGI3! 'TRICKS'G44ealer
ala today to mark the lIlt annl. 1 Mty' advance. Wootfruf seal way of acting keywXed; a five.
; e
versary of the Turkish rep JUc. "1' stop railroad Journey to ,ltta.
.(l burgh with a complaint that
President Johnson had used
TOKYO (AP) About 11,000 false and degrading tricks":
leftist students Prelates Fearless
throughout Urge against ball!.
pan staged meetings and rallies t "He tUa the American pews
today to protest visits to Japa. I want III tar up their Social
nese ports by \jjs aadear. ow. ear il Security rtr ls," Cokiwaier said

end s submarine ; slt Look At Birth Control la a speech fur Lewi Mown, ,..

: e There >. a 4 an ounce of
la rhea and
inna .m.ar. my
HOBART Australia (AP) -
The aatarcdc's potential) u a tilt VATJJ:AN CITY AP) Cur. come ii debate oa modern world opponent Seams. that full well."
tourist resort has been over """. dials sod *., urged the proMem also urged the as Mm.by The vhiitle' iap lour was
locked according to Dr. PtlBlplav -' Vatkac/ CmiMiikal Ceuacll | to 'Kline more clearly the Oo1 WaI" third campaign
director of the ForelgaMinistry's t "' ,\ lode in uMertke a fearlessaw ilMrtk "I axfiaiity nut Wrtaeontrot foray i*", nsytvania, a state
Antarctic Dtvistoa. Jrn J: leak al aH aepects of Ira'S. l i 1" the soonctf schema oa he bellevtt ihe GOP ticket can
the Cilia A la the modern world. carry if ". Democrats are held
taw said la a lecture today J ( tloaal tUwiaa CMholf teeehlngn
that establishment d transaa.tarcdc < > birth coitM. AH, IWWt..', cautioned: agalnetIraduional to a JW.OXivcxe margin la Phlk

air routes, posettly with "BRING THE KIDS." wrote Mike Conror rncmb of the Leo Joist CaMUui aVteneae atBreseels abentoaalrg Church Sdefehis.Aa .
TOYS FOR a I IeVIIUI' as tau eopcl. Oshk ... Wis., crowd Lose
lathe next 10 yearcrsid lead Belgium etA mat.
to development d tourist actlvU t'SPeace Corps, stationed in Hondur, '1) his brothfi Ja< k 'd \ \I h. the ter squarely le the put worldwide The' speakers, whoa remarks le cheer Mm Wednesday whea

ties oa the Icy coaUaent learned the latter w TU flying to >!It' ,> Crt)' last summer f",i M II.: > a *.d. ......, of fioeu C.u>elt* were reported by a council the Artsona senator br..eclinto
McMordo Sound the lain ding As a result Jack took two wdcsaws of Utya with ::1111 a' i II' prelates .. .. Peter's lettingtft press spoteemaa dealt with Its his presidential. bid the charge

American be la the antarctic, came the idea or gathering toys for Tin istata<< pre..eRU u U. M ,i r 1 I t I birth rontrol teetloa in general that Democrats hare Comma.
titers Many attractions and dren. He U shown, left with Cindy King Mr*. Karen El wood of the JuniorWoman's -.. SMMt aU be afraid to Urn wtftowt going Mo specif.let. tin bathers
would be a suitable site for a Club and Fred Schmuck ul/ the Napg J'yc M with toys already kook. at .*.. Iis4NInne1 dnctrtaele This admonKk appeared to be to line Worker Brandishing," Ooldwater a copy toM of "The

tourist resort, Lev feels. Re procured Letters have been seat '" the Nap** H.....|. and toys wall be collected see if K represents the final with M officers by that cooaellresidtng IJUA people Sa a hit* school some
said It would also. be a good Cewro the weH. Let w eee if there is lICIt a the
Mrs ateo In
there Friday and Monday who| U aeMtintf mere rticate" poinu u thee ledtlarium the Comnimlataewspaper
stopping; point oa aa air root arw ap. thai an be tea.ee
between AastnOa sad Boat project was not present for the pirturs site saws birth to a baby d*.irht.r ." debtte haadled only In .writ.L'6 has urged voters to
America yesterday moaning In Naples Community H.*( UI. (SEW ph.t.> Other sveaaeri III raday'e "...aMI 00W-.rt....**

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Ford Motor
'( By Mary A. Fester MI t-JMl
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DETROIT (AP) Ford Motor .
1, Co. WM threatened today The regular monthly meeting of one 4MMer, Mrs. Grace
'i, with a crippling strike Just u the Naples Park Area Aseoda.eon PloreOo of Miami. Bob was ...
General Motors Corp. got Its will be held tonight at 8 in Cretan of the local Moose Loin
rlh fifth : No.' 17M. As of this writing fun
assembly plant going again i their building on lOSrd Avenue.
after a 3 1.day nationwide' walk. a.r _r The entertainment this month will oral plans. were not complete, as
out by the United Auto Workers hat + the family was waiting to bear
I it itF itk be b>' a member of the program
from Robert Jr. in Viet Nam.Slx
Union. committee, Bill DeyErmand. ReIreshments
Till UAW set a strike deadline will be served after members of the Moose Lodge
Wednesday oliO a.m. No*. 9 for the meeting. will act as pallbearers when the
Its bargaining units at Ford The first smorgasbord of the services are conducted by the
wiItdIt fall season was held last Sun. Earl E. Hodges Funeral home
which lack at the plant working day It was very successful and Our very deep sympathy to the

agreements to supplement the the ladles of the Ways and Means family.Mr. .
and Mrs. James H. Walk.
newly negotiated Ford.UAWnational Committee are very grateful to
contract. all those who donated food for er of 64th Avenue had .guests
Ford figures that 23 of Its 90 the dinner and all those who last week Mr. and Mrs. James
UAW bargaining units lack such came to dinner. A great big Andrews of Pittsburgh Pa. And
agreement. Strikes by themwould "thank you" to these people who visiting them on Wednesday was

FAMILY TEAM of Mr and Mrs, Patrick CAL Involve, among others worked for its success Mr. and Mrs. Walker's brother and wife,
nine Ford assembly plants anjthree Mrs Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Furnlval
lagher 061! Snook Drive Royal Harbor operatingthe Harold Hulpleu
key stamping plants. of Jacksonville Fla.
addn ,*sjo aph machine at (the United Fund Mrs Leo Campbell Mr and
General Motors still Is bob. Warm congratulations to Miss
Mrs. Ed. Mr. and
Office I on Sixth Street South. Mr. and Mrs bled by similar locaUevel stop. Halllcy, Bertha Boyd of 108th Avenue on .
Mrs. Helen
Ga.Haghet"1'(' formerly from Cleveland Ohio pages. CONGRESSMAN PAl' I RI It.FTl? i I'h 1 i ", ntI, i I I i., t'd the nl'w oil/ Hennlng Larry Faller Mrs., Louise Jullano, the announcement of her engage.

whirv! they win" active in United Fund work. The UAW called off a national well being drilled m t dliit> i >ii mu l 1\, thlSun:;'
strike against GM last Sunday began last week following tin. sn('('<'ssful 111'11 discovon) in Ilendn Mr. and MrI.CharI8lNecu. Naples.

but authorized units without at. County announced earlier this month Taking special note of the and Mrs. Dan Cleaver Mr. and
Part Of A Series tlie-plant agreements to remainout growing oil industry in < '< illm t i I"I II' nd"ountlrs) Congressman Mrs. Jack Eherer and Mr. and PIANO WANTED

until local issues are re. Rogers has been speaking thr"'ii i out< thi, Congressional District on Mrs. Ray Foster. Know anyone who has a piano
solved.Of they would like to rid ofThe
You think this is lot get
the growth of Naples the road to connect this fast may a
new : growing area
GM's 130 UAW Park Area
bargaining Naples Association is
The Need Behind units 28 lacked agreementsthen. with Broward County and the east coast, and the expansion of business of but people you would to work be surprised on a dinner how looking for one. They will be gladto

Twenty-one still do, and 18 activity all along the Southwest Gulf coast. many hands are needed for a transport it. If you know or

of 23 assembly plants still are successful one, and we thank all hear of anyone call Mrs Lor.
shut. of them. etta Necas at MI 4641.

Our United Fund In striking GM Sept. 23, the Limited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hulpleu Welcome back to Mr. and Mrs.
UAW permitted members work. Traffic Conference Backs SupplyOf of WUlett Avenue, Vanderbilt Be. Al Hoyt of Allentown Pa. They
ing In plants that sell parts to ach, had as weekend guests Mr. are in the Boyd's Apartment on
How much do you know about the activities of the'sev Chrysler Corp. and Ford to stayon Pine Trees and Mrs. Frank Allen of India. lOst Avenue.

era agencies/ benefit In" from >your United Fund eon the lob thus keeping GM's napolls, Ind. Welcome also to Mr. and Mrs.

i Iburlun This U one of a series! of articles on the chief competitors In operation. Stiffer Motor Vehicle Laws Left Nice to see Mr. and Mrs. 01. Ray Helvie of Haywood Wise.,
agencies: .vlilch serve Naples and the County as provided When national contract accord For Sale Iver Miller, formerly of Lancas. to their home on 105th Avenue.

I Ins the Unl'c"i i uivl i n- jiiU.hlon., was reached Oc. 5, the 10 million pine ter, Pa., in their home on 103rd Remember to do your duty on
UAW made return to work eon BtUfsr motor vehicle laws will censes, to alcohol tests conduct There ire Just Avenue. election day, November Srd, and
The U.S O. tingent upon wrapping up all 1 1locaUevel t be proposed to the 1883 Legls. ed by officers who suspect motor. trees left for sale In the three They of the art park.eowpermanentresidents vote no matter how, but mel

n agreements. Last 1 lature as an outgrowth of a stale lots of driving while Intoxicated. Florida Forest Service nurseries Visitors last week at the home Remember when you vote the
For the second time,the UJ5.0. where dependence rests mainly' Sunday It told GM units with at. 'wide traffic court conference held Splngler gives little hope the according to Forest Mans- of Mr. and Mrs. Herman War. choice is yours; don't vote, and
appears as a participant in the on UjS.O. for social activities,, plant contracts to go back I In Jacksonville weekend,Na. ImpllecUconsent bill will "get gement Chief RA. Doming, oar, also of 103rd Avenue were the choice is theirs See you at
fund drive. This is at the re.this orgnalcatlon Is moat 1m.. Not all have been able to do I Ii pies City Attorney DavldSplngler off the ground" in the Legisla nausen. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hoerlng for.sees the polls.

quest of the National organlza. portant to the morale of the i so, because some operate as. I>reports. ture. More than 44 million : I I mer residents of the park, but Until next week, remember
tlon and after careful considers armed forces sembly plants where companion The conference was sponsored Doctors who volunteer aid at have already been sold to Flor now living In St. Petersburg ill in your prayers and may the
tlon, It war felt by the directory Naples has quite a number body supplying plants are down, 1i I by the state association of muni accidents Involving personal In. ida landowners this season,Bon., Fla. Good Lord watch over all of you.
of men now serving in i vice elpal' judges and the Florida In. Jury would not be liable to mal
of the fund that this was a worthy young or versa.at announced The, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Halsey of
cause for a limited amount. various areas, sod it Is felt : At the peak more than 300,000 'II ititute for Continuing University practice suits, if the Legislature nlnghausen today. i Barter N. C. are now en.
there is ,an oougatlon on tht'I of GM's hourly rated production '!Studies. The Judges' association passfs the "good Samaritan"law trees will be lifted from the nursery ,
All who served in World Warn part of local people to aid in the I force were Idle. rill present the recommended proposed at the conference. beds In Munson, Chiefland bUt Joying Drive.their Their home on Vander.last PTA Instruction

are thoroughly familiar with carrying on\ of UJS.O. proJects i Ford, which employ. 185,000 'changes in laws to legislators, Delegates also proposed that and Puma Gorda beginning November ,, weekend were Mrs. Jack guests Lyons,
UJ5.O. activities, but the young Perhaps the outstanding Mr.> and reached a national contract er generation sometimes do not vices performed by Bob Hop i I ahead of a strike deadline Sept. Dent of the proposals from the rooms which meet the minimum The Service had planned on Nancy of Alva Fla.
appreciate the Importance of the and many of the other leading:: 18, was left in operation while 1 1locaUevel Florida Bar Association Splng. national courtroom standards producing 68 million trees this
organization during the present figures in the entertainmentworld : negotiations conUne ler I said. (Naples' City Council room wouldno season, but losses due to hurricanes At Fort MyersAll
times. are the best proof of the .... At the conference, delegates longer be suitable Splngler Cleo and Dora have reduced THANKS.ALLThe
When It Is conlsdered that there need for UJS.O. for our young roposed legislation setting up noted)); suggested that judges be that figure. association grounds are parent-teacher members

are over two million men and men and women who undoubtedlysre 2 Motor Vehicles compulsory| statewide Inspection: given power to suspend driver The Forest Service makes looking beautiful and our thanks or any other interested personsIn
women in our armed forces quite unhappy in being sway of motor vehicles. This inspec. licenses (they recommend sus. an go to Louis McGarry for donat. the area, are invited to the
many serving in remote areas from the pleasures of Naples, Slightly Damaged Ion would be periodic and at no pension now) and asked that Juv. annual estimate of the amount of ing some lovely trees, to Leo School of Instruction to
charge, and would keep unsafe mile traffic violators be heardIn trees Florida landowners will I. Campbell and R P. Boyd who
A car driven by James Thlbo- rebinds off the road. regular traffic court Insteadof plant before putting down seedIn helped plant them, to Charles be held at Lee Junior Senior

de&u, 2073 Harbor Lane.sustaln- Also approved was a proposed Juvenile court.HELPFUL. the nurseries in the late sum,, Necas for cutting the grass, and High School on Ballard Road,
CHECK and DOUBLE CHICK ed damage estimated $50when 1 law: requiring driver license re.'UIIIlnaUon mer months. This year's sale for painting the serving trays, In Fort Myers on Nov. 2, according -

OFFICE a vehicle driven by Thomas A. < of all drivers who SUSPECT Is running ahead of estimates to Waller Doehrtnj and Leo to Mrs. Slndahl Evans.
DUNBARSUaKD Reynolds of Donlta pulled I SUPPLIES, Springs PARIS, Kv. (AP) lspulv, urges
& floor, and to Dan Cleaver for as.
Involving damages of $100 *)r es are sponsored by the Lea
/ .. out of s gas station stthe Sheriff Fred Baling and fon- owners place their orders soon '' '
the new fans 'for
/ wr c. a.l.ete..f eaw aII non The conference proposed sembllng the of Parents and
I UaKD lyp* rlUn, mint micklnM, clock I Iwrll comer of Fifth Avenue and Ninth ruble John Lee drove 'through I U they expect to plant trees building. County Council
.r.. ilcl.tlni mcchlnn, h t..ey Ii !hat:; a driver education course be Teachers. The classes will be
i.cMn.i, IcuhiUn, elOce lurntture.Y JB18INKS8 Street, South, yesterday. nade available as part of adult heavy rain, then mopped in front this year. Last week Mrs. Helen Hen. from
MAOUNM SALKS, KEPAIK:* Damage was estimated st $20to education curricula. ul the home of I wanted nun, The State has been operating ring and Mrs. Louise Jullano open to Interested persons

AND RENTALS FRFE- PROMPT the vehicle driven by Reynolds The proposed "implled-con. The xunpeit 1 mm out. lot in nurseries for(general reforest- spent two days and nights in District 10, which includes Lee
No one was injured and no arrests ,tent" driver license bill alsowas their tar, end liked. "Whin's ation program since 1928. Since Miami, where they went to at. i I Charlotte, Collier Glades and
OFIIVEIO BF fl ICE were made. Investigation (given delegate approval. Underit the muter Broke down' that date, there have been 11/2 tend the funeral services of Mrs. ;I Hendry Counties Registrationwill
tin 'I'' Au Ho, VII 2-20M for the Naples police department i drivers would give implied "Nope" Holing. plied. billion trees planted in the state JtUlano's old friend Fred Gus. 1 be from 7 to 730 p.m.

was conducted by Sgt.Jackfllsa. i consent when they get their 11. ""ho ire you' from seedlings produced at state ette, formerly of L.L. N.Y. The The thirteen 45-mlnute classes -
The man identified himself. and private nurseries. Gusette family and the Julianos will cover Instruction for officers
"You're the man we're looking were close friends for years and
The Florida Forest Service and chairmen budget
'lui." always a foursome. It is always
Mild the deputy "You
sells the pine tree seedlings at and finance publicity publications
me under nrrcM" such a sad thing when death endsa
cost-$4 per thousand. To order friendship. historian,membership and

seedlings, write tot Another sad tiding was recelv. hospitality room representatives -
Be aGolden HJS Frlensehner, Farm Forester ed last week when word came of health legislation school

P.O. Box 766, Tin, Fls. the sudden death on Tuesday, education procedures and bylaws -
Gate October 20th, of Gus Larson of and study discussion.
/ ttasca, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Lar. Instructors will Include Mrs.

Wauters son\ have a home on 100th Avenue I GJ. Barnard of Tampa, who Is
and were preparing to return to
Guest first vice-president of the Florida
L Raymond Frank Wauters Florida when death came. Our
61, Congress of Parems and
dockmaster st the Naples Yacht very deep sympathy to his wife, Teachers! Mrs. Kathleen Dudleyof

: Club, died suddenly yesterday Mary. Fort Myers state treasurer -

If morning at hU home In the Bay MORE SAD NEWS Mrs. CJ:. Clifton, Jr., of
Club Restaurant
Country View Inn. And now still another bit of Miami, state chairman of school
A native of Kewanee.ELWau sad news this tint about our education and Lawrence Mlckltr.

I ters had lived In Naples for the old friend and neighbor Bob Disc, 10 F JJ>.T. president.
past two years. Spencer of 105th Avenue. Bobbed
OPEN He Is survived by a daughter been 111 for quite some time,

TRADINGSTAMPS Miss Susan Wauters of Lake Geneva and passed away on Sunday eve. Dr. S. L. Broughton
Wlsc.| two sons, Bruce Ding. Besides his wife, Doretha
Winters serving with the U.S. he leaves four sons,WUUam,MI. To Attend MeetingOf
chael Robert Jr. and Ronald
Navy on Guam, Bill Wauters of ;

I Milwaukee, Wise.! two brothers' Chiropractors.
Gus of Lake -
Geneva Wise.
Dr S. L. Broughton of Na.
and Ray of Oklahoma City,Okla., pies, president of the Tri-County
.. and a sister.Mrs.SylvtaCooper.of Air ort Society of the Florida Chlro.practlc .
FREEit i
Clinton Wise. Association will head

t Funeral arrangements will be the society delegation to the
y + announced later according to the sob anniversary convention of

Richard A. Plttman Funeral Notes :the association November 47,at
Cocoa Beach.
part a grant t Its wrj, Home. will at.
: ; The four-day meeting
incniM' K" 11C3I cigiurt l
a By JOHN E. ZATE I tract more than 500 chlroprac.
,. without "Kftatini yur .31.1 an I Lora from all parts of the stale.
budget Hut nt lUll j >Ira" ot t tii Auxiliary Party Naples Airlines enjoyed one of Other chiropractors who will
Other licitifli, I'M t,'is' mo 4* Its best weeks since last May
1 canoe pnviteitl' thai 1 Ill yours Set For Nov 10 during the past seven days. A :be. delegates are Dr. MichaelC.
Herring of Clewtston and
M a golden bit guest total of 66 passengers were carried ,
The Naples Community Hos- between Naples and Miami 'Dr. Glenn E. Downe). Dr. E.L.

FREE GASOLINE pital Auxiliary will sponsor aNovember from October I 19th through the Rlsley of Fort Myers is al.
r ti31, I luncheon and card 25lh. The Piper Apache has seen 'ternate delegate.

FREE FLORIDA ORANGES parry on Tuesday November 10, considerable action since Its re.
at 12 noon at the new Caribbean cent arrival from Provtncetowa BOURBON FROM
e FREE FISHING Reataunnt.Pettygoats. on many of the schedule nights, BOURBON COUNTY
(INCIUOINC SAIT AND ICKLtl) will enjoy a buf along with the smaller Comanche I'ARls k.API J....h

ii FREE AUTO TOUR fet luncheon for $1.50 followedby and Cessna aircraft. Spur* ,,i Knntytvame .,. trd
((0* Moor IN. CANTNAPtKa ,
Hike Haltowell
HOIIIOAI an afternoon of cards. A Captain reium. .0' "f Kcniutkv'i fire dmcnCrlC. -
Manager Ed Ronan instructs waiters James Wil-
ed Ms pilot duties last week af. .
bang and Paul set FREE PRIVATE donation of )1 will be nude by In H.iurhun County and
Gordon on proper way to M ter a summer stint of flying the nanrd the hmky. for tile court,
table PLANE RIDE those playing cards.
Provtncetown.Boston route and a
I I"1' Sir
a nt hourkflntpplieO
,<1'111 NAP.f' AIIt: Mrs.John Meadors, chairmanof well-earned month's vacation. ..
r > tn ..hi trade
OLDEN At any -ky
this auxiliary event, asks that Mike got right into the swing of .t ,
l.OOn h"J"'lllel
bring their own cards, things by taking aa Apache charter fetiifJinf lo *
guests ".
Moorings Country Club restaurant Is now open and serving breakfast ) ""mula.) "ttl.ht"
score pads and tallies. last Wednesday to Greens ,., ,eel. I .
luncheons, snacks and refreshment from 8 a,m. to 5 p.m. For reservations, call Mrs. boro, N.C. and reUrn. Old man I I.' a J. 'I' hdicJmrll.-..frhe; "" ",

Arrangements for dinner parties and other special occasions may be VHLLOVVfAND baadors at MI 2-4169. Pro- est weather, with cooperated only thin to scattered the lull.

made by calling Ed Ronan. MI 2.5296. ceeds go to die Naples Community clouds or clear skies along the
BLUE Hospital. entire trip. Other charters for Title Companyof
The golf course is m excellent condition greens fees and elec* ic or the pertod Included an Apache"

pull cart rentals most reasonable Pro Bill McOevitt invites you to look over GOO SIGNFOR ,XTCt'PATION BABY charter from Miami to Naplesfor Naples

his stock of fine golf end accessories. DETAILS I rifling Rudolf Hooun, aad Com**.
equipment, clothing l 'll.MBt.18"I OM (AP)- ABSTRACTS ESCBOVS
the charters from Miami to Na.
Have voc* played The Club ? it out a mlislng p.r one report TITLE INSURANCE
Moorings Country lately Try today pies tor Mr. and Mr*. C. F.
you'll enjoy this sporty layout so much youD want to return again and again! CVLFMUIUKMe I on a ,-,.er-olll. s CetambuspeMrtmaa plat and H. B. Watkina. wne.M
hesitated a moment at Those riding N ...UIam1

the st.gonr "oervpallon." the last week tnelwtedi C.&. "Toby" a.I "

For Information Call: jvrtokh wrote "bab,." Carroll V. Mulligan, George ...... i Nql.
Vega Mr. sad Mrs John Holmes, )
me little girl was found Mr. and Mrs. H. aonebwner, ...... 'Ie.COW81l .
Pro Shop 2-5700 Restaurant 2-5296 atiWM MTMRT HSY quirkl and mtored to her normal Mrs. Douglas Daaser, Carl

and Bob Baugham.
"'i' upatloa. BerUberg,

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BY MRS. w. ". GARRETT Deputy Rogers Guest

Mr. and Mr. Jimmy Efdres Rsv. and Mrs. George Sellers
tat family and his mother, Mrs. had as their guests over the week Speaker At ImmokaleeWoman's
end Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boat.
Mabel Spires, visited with Mr.
Wright of Sebastian,Fla.,and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Shepard and 1i1IIEZrh
children In Fort Myers Beach: and Mrs. George Bratcher ollA ,. !
Sunday. Belle. Rev. Caldwell of the
Church: of God tn Fort Myeriwa Club
Cub Muter Gene Stone announ
cad that CUb Scout Troop IT Dell the guest speaker here Sunday MeetingBY

3 beld their first mating of toe night.Rev.. i
,ear Friday afternoon at the1.10111I Sellers of the Church of
Den with Mr. Clarice:, God reports they are on the air MRS. WALTER GARRETT Sale will be held Saturday November -
Crews as den mother for UN Sunday si 9 a.m. IN *>KALEE--Only 1/3 done 14th In from of the post
troop. CharU Heath wueled.d< Mrs. Richard Stanley held a per cent of the children In Collier office. All members ire askedto

president and Danny Hall was' Ctrl Scout leaders meeting at h County are considered to be donate at toast 2 plea or l
elected den chief. Mr*. Crews, ber home Thursday at 9:30 to : delinquent. This encouragingfact cake

was assisted by Mr*.Nora Stone. complete plans for the program was pointed up by John Rogers The Wishing Well was won by
which the Brownies and JuniorSmads
This troop will meet every Frt, will at the next PTA 'i'iDistrict In his talk to the Immoks Mrs. MJ. Wh nsnt.
day at the lions Den at Sly to,I meeting. They give also discussed Tee Womsn'i Club Monday evening Guests mending were Mrs.

4:15.Others attending were Lane plans for the Scouts to decorate st the regular monthly meet- Marjorie Robinson, Mrs.Jerome

Crew, Jeff Rector, Jimmy Wll,I a Christmas tree and sing car. ing. Ha emphasized the points Edwards, Mra.Dan Hod sMrs.
kerson, David Stone and Jlmm),, ols In the downtown area which of view of the police, the juven Frank Shell Mrs Earl Hall.
Johnson. Den S met Saturday at. will be announced later. Those lies themselves, and members Mrs. Fred Worth, Mrs. Wayne

the home of Mrs. Maurice Chafeeey [attending were Mrs. Joyce of the community IS Important Glidden, Mrs. Russ Klser Mrs.

at 9 a-m. Mr*. Chancey li,:Ehoutts, Mrs. Frelda Lancaster factors In prevention of delinquency R.E. Shockley. and Mrs. 1>J..
den mother and this wa their,, Mrs. Anita Howell and Mr.Wal. particularly activities In Hinson.

first meeting also. They will I ter Garrett. the community which Include all Members present were Mrs.
meet every Saturday from I.U> Those from Immokalee attend. the youth not Just those from Charles Amir r ion, Mrs fhlllp
of of.
the Installation FHA
a.m. Mrs. Chancey was assisted log Crews Mrs.
"better" families The Junior A.B. Curry Mrs.
In Fort Myers
fleers meeting
by Mrs. Mary Paul and reported I
,, Monday night were Miss Susan Deputy Club of Collier County Charles Markham Mrs. KjC.
they rot a rood start on their
was Cited ss sn example of this. McDonald Mrs. George
Dahl Jo and Sue Jump, Judy McKsy.
Halloween project. They opened I THE BEATLES' were among the performers en. The Men Enjoy Mrs. Foster Thel-
their Roberts, Carolyn McHan, Connie Rogers also made note of the Olroyd, Mrs.
meeting with a and I
closed with their living song circle Carter and Diane Heath. Woman's f, itat'ting th, senior women Kolfi-rs at the Bear" Ladies excellent cooperation which ma E. Skipper Mrs. R.M. Stan-

Attending were Larry Stewart, i tutj! Iin'I( ,(<'I Tuesday night The imitation was laId Helping workers with Juveniles In the ley. Mrs. Eugene Stone, Mrs.

Doug Allen, and Sterle Hart*,'. HONOR ROLL Clubs To Meet h\ some tn be better than the "Real McCoy" from Hun Their Tourney"It's county receive from all school Myra Vslcoun, Mrs Roland

field. The honor roll of the Ira m ok a. In Fort Myers al'I")1tIll'i pond From left the "Florida B atlesan personnel tie stated that medical Walker, Mrs Grady Westmore

lee High School was announcedthis [ MM K S. Rockefeller of Golden Hill Turf) I pleasure to ssslst the and psychological! treatment land, Mrs, MJ. Whlsnant. and

ATTEND INSTITUTE week by Principal Frank: District 12 of the Florid Fed. and Country Club, Ocala ; Mra. Mark Kesaenich ladles" In their tournament,"says probation are much more frequently Mrs. James Williams

Judge Richard Stanley and Deputy Warrtner. The "A" honor roD. eratlon of Women's Clubs will and Mrs. W. M. Acree Jr., of DeLand Country Frank Griswold, who ls actingas used than commitmentto Hostesses were Mrs.H.c.McDonald -

John Rogers left Tuesday to>I wilt 8th grade, Debbie Crisp; hold the annual district meeting Club ; and Mrs. Richard Mercier Silver Lake Coun head starter for the Florida the line training schools for and Mrs, Roland Walker.
attend! a JuvenllelnstltutelnWest: two from the 12th grade, Elaine i I at the Holiday Inn In Fort Myers
McGrath ) Women'sGolfTourniment Into trouble.
try Club. Leesburi ( photo Senior those who do get
Palm Beach They returned home Benton and Gloria Wagnor. The 1 I on Monday, November 2. The
the Reach Club. the conclusion
A-B honor roll 7th Pam under way st At Rogers'tslk.
Wednesday. grade, i Senior and Junior Clubs meet Tells
_Warrtner and Kim Pope Joy; 8U i together once a year. Grlswold got a strong second a display of weapons taken from Dr. Adams

grade, Neana Paul, Karen Wnoair > The hostess club Is the Fort Gross Score Of 80 Tops In his comment from Funk Blalr some M( the Juvenile offenders Nursery TeachersTo
Sue Adams and Druscllli' Myers Junior Woman's Club of who commands the stsnlngstthe was shown

Plan Delicatessen Godwin; 9th grade, Janus Ayala,>I which Mrs Thomas L. Coffeen 10th tee, and Chip Brumflel, the Mrs Philip Crews continued Know Parents

PaW Ezell, Cecil Howell, Steve 1 I Is president.The official scorer, found In the program by honoring past pre-
Table Of 'Voman'sClub Price and Wayne Wells; IOU>I state cf lars who wlf take Play In Women's TourneyAfter chlckee st the 18th green. sldenti, Those attending and receiving MIAMI BEACH (AP) ttyou're
school teacher
Susan Daniel and PatrtdiMcHan a nursery
Yule Bazaar grade part in the program are Mr* "They all seem to be In !good corsages were Mr.MJ. faced with disciplining a room.
llth Chuck Car.
; grade, > Mark W. Emmel of Gainesville,
humor, despite the unfavorable Whlsnint, Mr. RX. Stanley full of 4_ .olds, better fet so.
son, Don Daniel Mike War rI 'president; Mrs. Albert Huth of round of in the members were shooting the first
The delicatessen table com. one play weather, and the foursomes area and Mrs. Thelina Skipper, Those qualnted fast with their "real
ner and Diane Heath; 12th grade,>, St. Petersburg, first vice prod.dent round at the Beach Club, the
Florida Senior Women's Golf
mlttee of the Christmas Fiesta the tee on time. In fact, we attend life parents"1'M
Kathy McCarty, Bonnie Goodwin,., Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison honored but unable to we re
Bataar of the Naples Woman' ; Tournament under way st the "Reserve Memheri" were play. ahead of the inning schedule for other than
Delia Lawson Cecilia Black, Jo 1 I of Fort Lauderdale, second vice run Mn. R.L. howell, Mrs. Joe P. no reason
Club were Invited to tea at the Jump, and Becky Hauler son, president; and Mrs. Frank John. Beach Club Mrs. Dorothy Ttl- big the second round st Big Cypress most of the time, said Brown, Mrs AJ*. Camp, Mrs knowing reality said Dr. Paul
home tit the Chairman, Mrs. KayAnderson Tb Immokalee High School state director of ton of Daytona Beach with a Golf and Country Club Grlswold. 1* AdalII. director of the Unl.
> son<< of Tampa Edwin Jones, and Mrs. W.W.
S93 3rd Street, North, of 80 held I six The reserve will plsy again versify of Florida mills Miller
score ,
: Band will march in the Swamp 1 I Junior Clubs. gross The only hitch reported by one Mrs. RJC. McOanlela,
on Tuesday, October 27, at 3:00 I stroke lead her today to complete a M-hols Tlnsley, Health Center U Gainesville.
: Buggy Parade Saturday afternoon> Delegates who will attend ando over nearest of the starters concerned one and Mrs. James Glidden.Mrs. .
o'clock. Plans were discussed' after which they will return t 1 I report on the activities of their competitor In the championshipbracket tourney. lady golfer who forgot he r Ihou. Walker "Parents are dynamic chane-
and worked out by the committee. Roland was appointed tog who own their children .
1 Immofcalee where the Halloween i clubs from Arcadia, Boca Results after two days it Big That held for a few min persons
and 1 I tie up play to the office of psrlla In
Anderson than the
Co-chairman Kay Carnival will get under way with> Grande, Bonita Springs, Ever. Mrs Jo Bertash of Dclray Cypress ire si follow! she back for the 'cutsler' way
tees as ran
assisted Edith meniirUn Mrs. JD. Curry, school teacher herself
Franklin by by
Kay 1 a ham supper at the cafeteria>, glades, Fort Myerf, La Belle, Beach was second place with Championship Flight Vera nursery
Polly, Mary Veatch and Louis*1 I necessary equipment. president. can own her pupils," Adams told
and the carnival on the foot. 167
> Moore Haven, NsplesPwdaOor.di hang Fon Myers, | Laura
Manes, will be In charge of the' ball field. The barn supper will, and Wauchula. a gross of $8. Mn. Lillian 173. Each starter expreued U was announced thai two car the Matlinal Aswclatlon for the
illcntessen table during the day Reynolds, the cham- Queen, St. Petersburg, amazement at the skill of the Education of Young Children
be prepared by the local school. Attending from Naples Wo. defend Knob- loads of women from the club
thzaar, Thursday, Decem.1 principals, Frank Warrtner and>I man's Club are Mrs. J.o. S.... plan was 10 Ind the First Flight Rossnne Simons ,, ladle on the tee. "A 200 yard will Journey to Naples next weekto Wednesday niCht.B .
ber ..j.lt.TIll Bill Newsome. berg, Mrs. Peter Farewell Mrs. leader with gross of 90. lock Hollywood ( drive with a slight hook to bendIt help In the TJ3. office thereIn recognizing the parent's
following ladles,member Carl Hauber, Miss Dorothy Day.t. About ISO regular sisocla- Leesburg, 184. around the dog-leg is not uncommon preparation for the ChristmasSeal feelings, you have a held starton
of the committee, will telephone 1 NEW STOREAnnouncement : ., Mrs. Hsrland Fague, Mrs. don members teed off yesterday Second Flight Eleanor Hem, ," said Blair who was Drive. knowing the children, Adams

the members of the Woman's Club 1, was made last:: Robert Coe, Mrs. John Franklin In five flights. Other scoresIn Fon Myers, 187| Mrs. WJ3. checking swing* at the 10th tee. for said."In
donations of food for and got wsy the Interest of the child's
asking for weekend that L N. Allen, ownerof Mrs. Francis Hill, Mrs. Donald the several flight are u Rlchirdson. Delriy Deach
the delicatessen tablet Rut) Allen' Bargain Store will., K. Anderson and Mr. Richard follows Helen Swank Fort Lauderdale ChrUtmii party ai Hnecrest welfare, .a parent shored up Is
Ruth HolrnWandaClarkDs. .. School for Via approximate 350'+I'a t* large dotbWrlltore oe4 of District 190.Third (
open a :: Jentxsch, Director First flight Jane Howard, tied st V
Davis, EUubeth Jones, unity r door to the post office when 1, 12. ) Flight! Amy Whldden, Carol Campen migrant. children there. Mrs. up Hupefuily neither
Smith and Ruth Shaw the Joe W. Smith Hardware li, Largo, 89| Lo Knunroy Sun George L. McKay will be In needs to feel Inadequate or determined .
This Is the first of a series 1'now located. Smith Is moving City Center, Mid Postms, Del- Fahokee, 198j Norm Barnes, liven Surprise charge. Members also agreed to CMKnier," he said.
Beach and Elizabeth Swi-
of teas and coffees the Chairmen 1 red ny Deach and Sarah Prather, Delriy
the hardware store to the con, Sprinkle turnip to financially support the local
of the various food tables will 1 I ner where Ms grocery store wai sticks (white, or yellow) with Fort Myers, all 91. ICY, Winter Park tied it 197 Bridal Shower Brownie troops. Kv.f htilcanned' kidney Wren
hold to organize the calling com.', formerly located. Allen said be, minced fresh pv tev before Second Flight Elsie Byrd, Fourth Flight Jean Keeley Vilcourt. finance with" lum"lo nice lo ..rvr hit,
180 Third Mrs
mittees for the Christmas Fiesta 1 I will have the new store open, serving, the. lumbiiunan lutes Delay Beach 92; and Gladys Fon Myeri. 807| and Mrs Bill Avenue Miss,Carol f'orth.11 Campen honored, list chairman Myrs innounosd that a flake' irllltd frinkfurlrm |hearty r.juirk'

Bazaar for business December 1st. good and look. uttrautve Senior, Boynton Beach 96. DeBordenive, Fon Myen, 218. Thursday night al a surprise \!
Tournaments st each course -- --
ThlrdFllghuHelenClark.Delray bridal shower In the home of
Beach, 95;and MOM Becker, will conclude today, Miss Ann Davis MO llth Are., 8.

Naples 81.FOUM Mrs. Nancy Dun, was co-horteM

Flight.! Ethel Morgan, Sew the |ibleu, wing tips with Miss Davis for the affair
Fort Lauderdale and Alma Wit and neck from a chickin cover which was attended by M guests

son<< Tampa 103| and Josephine with a couple of cup of water Miss Campen will become the Khrushchev wanted
McCabe Jacksonville. and half utipam of salt, odd! title of Stephen Shepard on Not

Fifth Flight Dorothy Adams, ante celery leaves, Mice of ember 38.Bneeleee. the Test Ban Treaty.
Del ray Beach.t Virginia Flynn. onion end s few fprii oft
| .,.Iey.l Cover and simmer until
Vero Beach, 103. the lib III' ere lend*!. Chop the Ion park maybe He's out.Gromyko.
giblets and neck mill and. UM see ik..wII.d. marinated. and bruited
'- AT DC CYPRESS sandwlili lillini'' sunn Ih* hut snake aba.'i.strlr I vas that, she

wr 7 While the regular association: suck and ...r .m a lauct "pink ie Ihofi'Ughl, "jkfd signedthe

Test Ban Treaty.

,t r, '11 He's out.
wr I' L

And China dropped The Bomb.

What's the treaty worth now ?

Anybody want to trust

our enemies ?

u w t / re We need a new beginningfor

l f+ peace and freedomon -

IIJ@"III .-'.
rri 'T. -. November 3rd.

i IIII ICI Vote Goldwater- Miller.


C(n Vnwtalion
the Kay Anderson home this v..k. r.,, make plan fMn" annual S

Woman'a Club Chriatmaa fleets Df./aar. December I '. s-at.rl. from

left are Dorothy Datis Edith P"IIUuth )1(01( *"d i Kay nmklm

jut! &Iowerst standing( Huth Shaw Wanda Clark l Inures )fa...... Man V..at'h and n wA/.h

Kajr Anderson. I fN'fcWS.: photo)


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A Short Respite From PoliticsAfter ON TOUR WITH JOHNSON (NEAl I

Bnmmmg with confidence as voting time near, President
Johnson makes the circuit these days like an actor playing
what seemed Then comes the modest package
poring through an half a dozen roles in a staple movie.
to be a ton of campaign literature that proudly labeled as "giant" After that Often he tries to draw out a crowd as would a flamboyant

arrived in the morning mail, we're anxious is the thrift "economy" size and finally, symphony conductor entreating the horn section for gutsier

as the next man to forget politicsfor for the really big spender, the awesome J.N brass If people offer smiling faces and fluttering hand waves, he

a few hours. With the election so "family" size, On this one the housewife figures he's read the musical score aright. He was doing

close, no American should completelyturn needs help to get it to the checkout pretty well the other day in Memphis and Baltimore
PEkNCf There could hate been no greater dispenser of trinkets
his beck on politics, but too much of counter. / since the American colonists first offered beads to the In.clans ,

a good thing sometimes makes one slightly Somewhere along the line the word ,

ill So for the next few minutes let's "big" has been downgraded to some- At every stop he doles out pins reading "LBJ" or shaped
like western hats poking them through gaps in airport fences
forget about candidates, determine to thing relatively runty and miserable toward eager outstretched hands

make a fresh start tomorrow, and then Somebody had better invent a really
stay with politics through the election BIG word for "big" Something outer- glass-top
/ \ limousine for a little street corner spiel, as he did in Memphis,
next Tuesday, November 3. space size he reminds you of that old balcony- eaper, Douglas Fairbanks,
back for one last, puffing encore.
In this role It was really touch-and-go. He took a moment
The trouble with Has the
advice Is that If forgotten veteran
anyone to
hitch up his pants and nearly lost his balance. Riding off
it's any good, It's apt to sound corny. ballplayer, "Satchel" Page? Just in case from one of his street stops he stood on the car's running

Take, for example, what a highly successful you have, here is the gist of a few words -4. board. In his hand he clutched a white rose Just given him.

business man recently told a high that recently appeared in the Atchison Vocally he goes all the way from the old radio phllos.opher'e
10 tones to the clarion
pm. pianissimo urgency of
school class: Globe about the pitcherphilosopherleroy the country preacher.

(m) To take pride In their work, to Robert Page got the name At Memphis, reporters' faces brightened as the President

develop real' skill, to demand of themselves "Satchel" because that's what his feet started slashing whole paragraphs from his prepared remarks -
the best could looked like satchels The Joy was short-lived He tacked on an inspirational
very they possiblydo Nobody knows
and Growled
that went
5 + postscript on on. one newsman:
and more than what was required. for sure how old Satch is, but in his day r :2 "Things were looking pretty good until he got to cornpon-

((2)) To be dependable to be where he could fog that baseball across the plate ing aiound at the end.?'

they're supposed to be, doing what about as fast as any man that ever WHEN HE STRAIGHT-TALKS, in his role as President of

they're counted upon to do, and to do it lived. all Americans of every hue and political cry, he is the
C S binder of wounds, the healer of rifts the calm' guardian
so unfailingly that it would never occur Anyway, it is certain that Page is m ORRI __ r the cool pilot He seems to be saying:

to anyone to doubt they would do It. quite old and apparently very wise, even "Never fear. The bank Is sound. The building Is safe.

((3)) To be loyal to their trade, their though he doesn't look any older than / :Your health Is good. \\e can withstand the storm. In fact
enough people do the 'right thing on Nov. 3 it
lob, their employer and their principles. he did 20 years ago Here are Satchel's never come." may

The speaker pointed out that the four rules for staying young, and there's more LETTERS So it goes with Lyndon's little personal carnival, which

loyalties aren't nearly as incompatible as truth than poetry In what he says ?'sea called moves Air from Force place One to place In a cheerfully painted vehicle

many people believe. )J. Avoid fried meats which angry NATIONAL OUTLOOKSome TO TIIEEDITOR !
: AS IS NOW WELL NOTED, it is not enough for him to put
This of the
advice be written blood.
course, can up on this show lie wants to believe it is going over.

off as pure corn from Squaresville But 2. If your stomach disputes you, lie Up Some Downby Hustling along an airport fence on his standard hand-

a lot of very successful and contented down and pacify It with cool thoughts. shaking tour, he leans forward to catch a child's whispered

have made It work. 3. the OioRot HAGEDORN STOCK CAR RACES confidence, or to say a homely word to an old gaffer in a
people Keep juices flowing by (jangling Texas hat like his own

around gently as you move Editor, Collier County Newsi In a street.crowd I he stuck out his cheek, expecting a kiss

Someone is going to have to inventa 4. Go very gently on the vices suchas I am writing this letter as a .her from a a quick four buss.year-old girl. She didn't deliver, so he gave

bigger and better word for "big," carrying on in society The social High-level economic discussions Doubtless the experts in representative of many enthusiastic Now and then, as at the Memphis airport he finds among

The teenslest tube of toothpaste or ramble ain't restful tend to be conducted interns each of these fields' can offer stock car racing fans. a forest of friendly signs one that reads: "We love you Mr
of broad-gauge Indicators an explanation for what hap We are Interested to know the President. That Is the one that really counts. '
box of cereal or soap flakes today Is 5. Avoid running at all times
like the gross national pened, at least In retrospect. reason why the NEWS cannot
designated by the manufacturer as the 6. Don't look back Something mightbe product or the Federal Reserve Whether they could have predicted have at least one article a week

"large size gaining on you Board Index of Indus- It In advance la another about the stock car races. These
trial Production. These have
Question. races are held The World
their place but we need also, every Saturday Today
from time to time, to be reminded Chaos or Order? night at the Naples Speedway on
of the wide variety Not only has the growth rate Radio Road Large crowds have By JAMES MARLOWE
others I say of trends that are averagedout varied widely from product to been turning out for them every Aneclete! Pf. n News Anelyet
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS. In such measures. product It has changed week.

An opportunity to look be- abruptly for some products Although every edition carriestwo WASHINGTON (AJ) Be i. they're doing what they've been
-=- y J qutthe surface la provided byan from one time period to another pages of sports ongolf.flsh- fore the presidential campaign,I( doing all slugs attacking each
M wtlcle'on Patterns of Out- Out of 81 products that Ing, bowling, football and FIL- Den iBurJ&i chairman of tru other personally
puUOrowth," Jiut-publldhed were fast-growers between LiB,. rtlcles-tM hd picture' on R<&nlltoi"Wional t 'Comm BThey're: not spending much
by the Department of Com 1948 and 1957, only 35 were the races seem to. be few and ted said Sen. Barry ColdwatMwould ; Lime any more on nuclear trig! ,
merce. This analyzes the post. still fast-growers between 1997 far between. not become Involved in 4C 0 gate or Viet Nam or NATO oral
World-War-H trends In production and 1963 Another 35 moved Two to 50 issues but on the "vU Cuba. What they've been saying
of 339 separate Items down to the moderatelygrowing weeks ago trophys were i ones" because 'too many Issues in the past few days speaks forme
The range In growth rates class, and 11 actually declined received by the two different and the campaign can co Itself.
Is truly astonishing There At the other end of the classes of cars<>.B. Osceola unglued." Johnson is picturing Gold
were 70 products about a scale some products that were In the Jalopies and Bob Dlefen- It'. unglued now. n has been water a* too reckless for the
fifth of the list which were declining In the early ;years thaler for the overheads. Pictures all over the lot and no ntwspap.r ,. presidency and says the real
labeled "taet-growing:"' These moved into the growing-even were taken, but In buying reader could keep up with the Issues Ire all the programs
were Items whose rate of Into the tast-growlni-eate- each edition of the NEWS the statements of the candidates. Goldwater has voted against,
growth averaged above 75% gory later on.Departure following week, we were all very ,unless ha kept a notebook, al like the Civil Rights Act, the
per year for the period 1948- from the average disappointed to find no picturesor though from the start until now nuclear test-ban treaty low
1963 The "moderately grow- pattern Is so much more com- articles! We for I there were just two .basic Issues Income housing, and soon,
Ing" group yearly IncreaseIn mon than adherence to It, thought sure and they have remained valid Goldwater la whirling around
\ output between 0 and 7.5%" that one Is tempted to des- there would be something I and vivid all the way through, the country calling Johnson
-Included 185 products. The scribe the whole situation as In conclusion, I would like to Everything else said In this arrogant, power-hungry, selfish
....-a remaining 84 products showed chaotic And so It Is to the add that these boys work very ,campaign has been piled on top and a "little loose with the
HIGH LEVEL CAMPAIGN? hp actual declines In output. statistician who tries to explain hard on their cars, spend lots I of them. truth," and warning that to

C.ll.h.n, United Ftthir Syndic*!*, Some or predict economic of time and money.-why can't Johnson Is for big government follow the say of Johnson would
f" Surprises changes In Industry-by-ln- we have more newspaper coverage with a broad and be "national suicide." He says
____ Among the fast-growing dustry detail. on their races??? I responsibility for the general without saying how, "We must
----.JI group there are some prod- For the consumer It Is not Mrs. Sue H. Smith 1 welfare; Goldwater la for lssiov.rnme.nt chart a new course of peace and
'Yw Knew In YMr Hurt Th01 My I* ucts that we would have expected chaos at all but supreme orderliness Naples, Fla. I less government freedom"< and, as he has from
Rlohtl'Ro :: to find there: room air He finds the thingshe help the beginning, is charging cor
more reliance the .,
by indl.vldual
u n, Albany |N.Y.j) Ihnntlda conditioners and frozen fruit wants in the marketplace FAVORS NO TWO \ on himself ruptlon In government and call.

j juice concentrates for example The things he has ceased to Editor, Collier County NewSI The second Issue Is inextrica Ing for morality
-" ,' But some of the products want cease to appear there Florida voters onElectlonDay buy I tied up with the first and[ No wonder It has been a gum.
.- "' : listed as fast-growing sur- National economic planning will make a choice which vital-rears can't separate them. my, unenllghtenlng campaign
-. I prise the casual reader: vita- la favorably regarded In some ly affects the college education 'Which of the candidates, Johnson ,' with both candidates laying out
-.- I mini, shavers, skirts and effervescent However their case
quarters. we doubt on a level more fit for
or Goldwater
of their children: and the future can better be
wines. that central planning bureau trusted kids than adults, which is hardly
I with the ,
Similarly, we are not surprised could have projected the welfare of our State. We refer { : and running gov.rn.Dent a tribute by either candidate
all that
-7 : to find silk and bituminous right trend for very many of to the Board of Regents Amend. meansdomestic In to the American Intelligence,
coal In the declining the 339 products analyzed In mere (No. 2)) to the State Con- lllemmas, and problems no doubt, foreign some The voters deserve better than

:group But we wouldn't have this Commerce Department stltutton. c::rlsls they've been getting
guessed that men's suits outboard study Any attempt to force Dr. Ralph McDonald, In the On top of them Goldwater
; : I motors, refrigerators, them Into a predetermined of
study higher education in Flora these U Issues Bobby
I and men's work shirts would pattern would have producedreal Ida, made In 1963, stressed that Baker, Bull Sol Estes, South

,Mdlwp ai.el.. ,,.hlS..r His N..... b I Truman-W.nit H 6lv I also show declines In output chaos "In no other trim does the- \Viet Nam, "waning VA pr... ..
Ymi a LWI Frndly! Adder e..Ugo rnini-tlrd-f r Its figs around the world," the
W.rr.11, Cbeb..tt( < ; f..I,., _" -I I I /ACT PAC S A WO higher education systemhave union's, whole foreign policy,,

L O R Cif A U SE such weak status In government norallty in government peace,

_ Rciccts Federal Aid HONG PARAPET such an uncertain role of lead.. corruption In government the LOS ANGELES
ACROSS 24. Faige art a c:holce between ". lallam and< (APNos
C E F L R 6 ADD E ershtp.( ,.such fluid membership. tier picture columnist Louella
I S au. In aol dividual freedom.
Occasionally we enjoy the thrill of BYU I* one of very few that doesn't! church, 27 tuning IDEA TORS o u Is found In Florida." He But there were moret control Parsons Is reported In good

teeing an Individual or a small inititu( rationalise for a way' to talve consciences 3. Pyramidal aasmural GAD L i D N O W also emphasized the need keenly 0,f nuclear weapons, handling condition at a hospital In Holly

lion fight for principle against great while accepting federal aid 28 CrulIIlIl AGE S LOG A T Emounl.d felt by faculty and students NATO, the United Nations, wood, where she It being treats
10. Du
Instead It buck the, trend. We ad. in our universities of minima- ed for a broken hip.
odds. 29 S.ral a lo N C 5 H E A T c:uba. Castro dealings rlmmunism )
mire IU courage, and we believe In the Ing the influence of politics on co: Was Parsons, M, was admit.
Tiir latest cane Is Brigham Young helghl V spending< space
11 \\'hnt Ih. TAN 4 T Q G E ted to
long run Its xtrerence to principle wilt higher education. development! plan develop Lebanon HospU
L'l1Ivel'lIl'In, Provo Utah. strengthen, the character of the Unlvertity Ark landed 33 lap Hut g T I M U L t t tRO.n of "n.nt. American Red tat last Friday, a hospital
IU president, Or. Ernest t Wilkln'i and inspire its studeits to more I). Woman Sf Spin T E A FEN D Approval Amendment Two China, Americana defenses for Demo.| spokesman said W* ltlday.
said that while the university dedication and self reliance,-furlock. / 14, Ftull 3! Scul. cap ALL FED E I, t. will permit members of the board ratlc' Action civil: rights .
lutd, very profitably" $3.71 million (Call/.) Daily Journal 16 fulumrncr... 3b.tI_ governing our public urtversl- agrl.culture. NEW YORK (AP) Former
ties to be appointed for President Dwight D. Etenhow.
off! i'rd It in federal aid there are compclimg 38 DUllatc SOLUTION 0' YISTUDU'S PUZZLI stagger At first Democrat made theirHg .r .tea been
ed terms of nine rather given the annual
why it shouldn't ..ccept.Fur l: rri..11I S9 Chin DOWN/ years pitch on Gold-water's ".1.
reason h 1""nI.ln "Family of Man"
Germany and 'Europe'By I IK than the current four. After the t award for Msi
one, the board of trustees believes } labul'l'I I Blalldlcd rldllr tremlam. This was, In effect, I a i "eontrlbUlon to the principle
a,., cptance of federal aid would be In setting modest goals now for a 19 FalMttwh 40 Dan 2 Ai.M. T Shl't appointments, a vacancy: personal attack on him and it of freedom and humanity
for board
M 1,1..1,, ion of the Constitution of the .\lcxkr.n .-" 1 Teased a 11""aku one member would Ha* remained a consistent Dem.throughout the world."
"political community" (as ChancellorErhard
'< 'mi"lied -b, the Mormon Church hat done) it should be more :ll: P'lOlnHI! )'esta hoe If Comm.ndo usually takes a governing tU skin But Goldwater baa i award for him Wednesday night
1'1,f>ldent Wilkinson said: "Clearly possible to put aside the doubts of the :93 Vlrlll" ta Rapture 5 HflaW I coat U Plague board member several years c on istently made personal i at a dinner of the Protestant

fund 1 /' given directly to church-related Dutch about making a beginning without U ads ndz to become fully acquainted with) marks on Johnson Council of the City of New York.
Nil"' I'tional Institutions, win though England. They alto make rejection I J 4 IJ t I' I' j hand the special nature of higher*.- Johjuon through It all, per. Elsenhower Is recovering from
e-l"Ided u> 'nonrellgloua" buildings, do more difficult for France, which tough ,; ; tTeotuld: cation problems. htpr because from the be..a throat infection.:
rtiedie! church funds to t* spent for to get things moving along the same I" / at re.m... The University of CattforeU o firming r became be felt sure of winning[ HOUSTON _
( I 11 h, r purposes and thus aid an estab1 line. T .1" gl l'nu.ddiumouuun and ether tutlrurton of the polls convinced Tex (AP) As.
y / higher "m by tronaut L.
1 11 I 1.1"i ,in of reUgVM.On. ) The tint part of this road cannot tell education In wbtdi board memi i stowing him away out In; Cordon Corner Ir.reported .
mont!! after during hi* orbit last
of the fundamental magna us much about the rest which lies ahead I" I" :lJ Aura twrs serve for Nd month, baa that
rear be
0 long terms and a fast Drab could Salton
W'' !.., several and when it can*
i ? over the on which no agreement could be u
ngrem Ie
Ttlqr.phl ) Set ta
poffcka) control Is at a minimm any serious California
mawlvepngui reached ij 1. or detailed Y' h<> failed to provide a and there la now nothing which 0 speed urnNluna UMIOB< Now h
have attained a pk of of most of to mucn
what Gold get a
lit| (federal aid let elementary can be done except to pottpon such: i rater doter hostgoing
that It itemenI" ; n academic excellence. Let.... COIIatcltl'9d11.. .,
md uumtxry< idMtoia, U wattonsidertd other words the European 0 air srurdze ft *aj dlaclDMd
to make this' strive for a similar IIIIonda. Wtdneaday
uncoMtKuttoml pot must be kept boiling with a 14 If l'P Fanaur goal that Cooper
mnney ivailible W thurth: which' probably needed It worse The community Institution, above all I' J' JI 1.1' Irraana" Those who tavor achieving a (link M Mcesury to lay out a** lOO.mils gzaooDenter' Saltoa City
race j '
o M.
pr H U be
lean state In.lltution""It the economic community, have been ableto J9 f. Ind superior system of higher edu- rograiM at least to nnnd.rttaaaWle a codrtver. *
is dllk1l1,. U it* any different' develop without any overall political It 0 fa JJ Neck bind cation la ,..rtd.t.re eneatuag-I dates GoldwaUr was just
I iiiueen\ a hurch-controlled high framework First and foremost they kn usdui t4 to vote for Amendment Two. repro on UU* score All the
,hot t and eol.eg*, Th Constitutional must be allowed to go on growing ,. 3r 0 II II PIX' irrdl1 Is Sited machines race, the Democrat kept use.
ff, nun i should be the sm and But for a fuU engagement of a political -z 4. Rev: It on voting luc Goldwater, sad tlNy'n A.I......... ......... A .... r.._
be in our flnanutucst f%; I" 0 as Terras of Office Created dears' It now, with the" Mg-
'" I though It'ould union a flery .I.nll needed which must IIrl,,
to partlclpaU therein we wring forth at a more opportune; hour ,.i a- i'gn by the Legtstarrra"C.cii tk: fI h* u trigger happy, lie v.7/..,.<. *
we too much respect foe the Cowutu out ef the glowing coals: of Europe. V'I, / IsNn, .h /N. Sm h. i res. >*Mictx> u. ban and has Ned 'vp S St net
.... lut of QU toms COUHlOySTV MEWt"If.
rlcanuocwlca.l denying U
\-OB to do so. frsiUjurlerlj m Z'tnuf I O""r :: 6# __ Now
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Fort Myers In Town TontorfSW; Record Crowd SeenEagles : i iI I

line. U Harris. plays linebacker, .
HopingTo both BUI KiHUr and ? 1 r 1. '> f'( ;
Jerry ROM N f t .. ( '1r Series I
will be on the defensive line :, ', :i
Spring Upset Neater got In his first enteoelreaction "
In a month last week *f. y ( Got $3,312

ter a shoulder Injury In the eec.
Friday NightBY odd game of the season. Ellers' Than
bothersome knee i* giving him
much lee trouble than it did. 1t
Fitted wife a special mouth. !
difference between
piece and full race guard, senior
I Fort Myeri' the World
long-antictpeted losing
tailback Donald! Waiter will be
meeting with Naples High 312.90. That was
ready for the Greenl, Morris
School football team will take between each St
report. Walker'i return should ,1
l place before a giant crowd Fri. winning share of $
bolster the Eeglea'running gam* t ,
dav night at the high school) foot. tailback duties I. each full New I
Walker will chars
ball field. 1 losing share of $ ,
with sophomore Carter Bryan,
This is the one lame, above The official .
who paced he team' Improved 1t
ill: others, the Eagle have been passing attack against Cardinal Wednesday< by

thinking and talking about line Mooney. Three of Naples' five Ford Frick, bad
before the seasonetarted. Though touchdowns were scored through As had been !
a de' ided underdog, Naples U the air. rlously Mel
eager to deflate the Green Wave. kee rookie .

fort Myers currently has a 4.1 share, and Pete
re orrt and U In the midst of SEASON REVIEW quired from ". < I
The Eagles lost their first four
ttt. best season since 1960. September drew
games though two of the de.
Fans and players still remem. Of UeM.85.
feat could have Naples'way
bet last year's Fort Myers.Na. gone The fact that
but for bad breaks Then
Inaugural contest The Ea.gles infielder
pits reserve
cum t tie at Punta Gorda and
put forth their best effortof to Richmond In )
last week's convincing 33.7 trl. Ft \
the season at Edison Stadium, got $2,654.65 was
umph over Cardinal Mooney to
only to lose by a 14 score when The Cardinals
give Naples a 1-44 mark to date
the Greenles tallied a touchdownand fourth of a share
The offensive unit will consistof
extra point late In the game. Schultz, the .
big Bui Ritchie at one end
Those who plan to attend Fri.day' ball pitcher 'who <
and Woodruff or Bass at the otb..r
affair are reminded th.yatW much down the
Harris and Brad Unkeless at
have time to buy tickets In National League
a f Xn
tackles Wayne Jenkins and Lee
advance Student and adult tick.
etc, available for $1.30 and 80 Treadwell at guards, Jerry Rose SIDE KICK-Bernardo Bramsbn of the University of Mary. So did Daf

cents: respectively, have been put at center, and Walker or Carter land isn't kicking the bell out of the picture, as it appears. Inflelder who 1 I
on sale this week at Naples area Bryan at tailback Billy Bryan Actually, he Is aming for the goal post, at right. A native base all during 1
oho ,I. and Kepp's, Pedro's, fullback, Frank Townsend at of Washington, D.C., but raised in Chile, Bramson kicks place of the Injured '
Fifth Avenue Rexall, and Tropics blocking back, and Bob Koch or soccer style, striking the ball from the tide with his instep

Drive Inn. This advance sale ends Alan Foster at wlngback. He is attending Maryland on a soccer scholarship, but was er.The winning and .,
at B p.m. Friday. On defense Woodruff, Rex :/ pressed into service by football coach Tom Nugent. were far short of
Sorter, Harris, Al Hackney Or.
schell Rose Hartter EII.rs last year when the
PREPARE FOR CROWD andRay Dodgers got $ ,
Weeks Bass
Foster, Van ,
Advance sale of tickets is de. Peterson will see the most Navy Hoping which showed up In the 3.3 tie winning and the ''
signed to relieve the expected action. with LSU. The Vole are Idle this 874.32: In spite of

pre-klckoff crush of tlcket.buyers The Green Wave was idle last >>i SECRbtndup week, meeting Georgia Tech straight defeats
at the gate. Those who buy tick. week and presumably all the in. Stauback Can next week. The difference 1 I

eta In advance should be able to juries that plagued Coach EtvIbach's Tulane stressed Its passing i size of the Dodger

enter the field without much de. club have cleared up by tack a* It worked on a damp 30,000 plus
Notre Dame
lay Friday. No student tickets now At one point seven of 11 Stop field In preparation for Virginia, Stadium in St.
will be sold at the gate. would.be starter were out ..1.multaneoully. Military Institute, Case In the unfamiliar >, difference In money.
To provide more seating for Only two of the ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) role of favorite. Coach For the first 1. ;
the crowd the and Fort Navy will bank heavily on an teams
Naples starting 11 have escaped injury Tommy O'Boyle said he didn't place
Myers bands will view the game *mproved Roger Staubach to mind the favorite's role, but said player pool.
this season By THE
from seats In the end zone. A (lerall Notre Dame's fast rolling the Greenles would hare to putout Frick estimated
Concerned about his team'srecord
portable concession stand Is LOTS OF DEPTH 'ootball' express In Philadelphia against passing, Auburn another big effort to beat $100 off the shares
scheduled to be Installed the Saturday. VMl and< Yanks.
on of'
With ample depth expected Coach Ralph Jordan Is workinghis
east side to serve visiting tans But the Middle quarterback Is Fifth place was
; a Class AA team, Fort Myers Tigers overtime on pass defense. .. '
Both teams have been hit hard 1 i has been able to weather its In. still I not fully up to the scram for each full .
by Injuries this season, but they' bung! 18(3 form which won him Milwaukee Braves 1'
: Juries and manage four victoriest Jordan noted that Florida,
to the Helsman Trophy u college for each Los
are expected be at or neafull :
and a U.point loss to Miami Auburn's next opponent, moved
strength ol f' layer of the year. Also num. Philadelphia and
Friday. Naples Palmetto. Beaten foes were Pun. ] the football 7} yards In two mln.
will lack ber of teammates, including tied for second In
course the site
r ta Gorda (26.0; Naples tied PG utes through the air In listweek'
and depth of the Green Wave, IIoUy.j'j Fullback Pat Donnelly, are still .o they split ..
16.6)> ), Sarasota Rlvervlew, game with Alabama. <
but the I sidelined with Injuries.How Because of
Eagles at slml.
were a 1 money.
wood Chamlnade and
Cocoa. "We're got to Improve our
lar disadvantage last year and al..' Naples will have to watch out then can Navy hope t i defense this week If we're voting on shares,
most overcame it. tomorrow for the ogotng $1,254.76 and each 1,
passing I succeed to beat them, Jordan ,
Coach Jerry Morris Indicate The Chicago
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Greenle quarterbacks Bay Gru. "We're going to hare to play said Wednesday. "Of seven
that tall senior end Steve Clan t ber and Don Bell, Ilghtnlng.fat and have all the touchdowns we're given fivect celved $1,466.01
heads up,
I over! our
probably will be out of action because ,, second In the .
running by halfbacks Billy Mo "1 them hare been on "
I good bounces go our way, passes <
of a knee ailment. Clan)i Bride and Mickey and and Baltimore drew
Tommy Florida Coach
I Coach Wayne Hardin said I Meanwhile Ray .
cored his first touchdown li i Strickland, and powerful running Graves said his Galore looked coming In third. 1
Wednesday falling back on th e i
three years as the Eagles war beating Cardinal Mooney I I BUI Bruce .. 'drill. He said he expected Flor. worth 1467.87
week, and the 200.pound veteran i I Fort Myers probably will have The Nary coach said Stillelach Ida to give Auburn a good game fourth place$509.89.
has been a defensive tiger In recent ., Pete Correa and Wally Stains 1! who suffered an ankle and /hoped to avenge last year's

games ker at ends, Junior Phtlllppe and I Injury In Navy's opening game 19.0 defeat.

Jerry Howell at tackles, jack 'ind hasn't been able to combinei He warned the team to watch tI"I

ADJUST LINEUP Staler and Tin,McGee guards j I running effort with his pass. Auburn quarterback Jimmy Sidle Punta
Taking over for Clark at of fenslve and center John Nolanb or Rio I.ing 1* now back to about 61 percent adding that Sidle< although
end will be Richard Wood
form compared to 70 s
Stumpf percent hampered< by a shoulder injury Cancels
ruff and John Bass who probablywill .
in Navy's 14.14 tie with Pitt could beat the Gators from quarterback .
split the chore, Morris said,, last week
In Clark' linebacker post will 1 Heavleit foothill player ati halfback or flanker. ''Wi tit Our
i back. .
Syracuie Coach Are of
be either Ray Ellers or Bruci i I ia lineman SteveChomyesak. Farseghlan
J Notre" Dame agreed In a tele. Elsewhere In the Southeastern
Harris the coach Indicated. 260 pound, from Conference For the itcond .
U Ellers Is the choice, Keith Johnion City, N.Y. Lightest la I phone Interview from South the :
]Bend Ind. that "As Staubach Georgle's Bulldogs, expectinga Punta Gorda > :
Orschell will move into Ellers1 quarterback Ted Holman, 163.J }
close with North Carolina have canceled their
position In the defensive Interior from Newport New. Vs. toes I so goes Nary. game
worked field kick.
on goal Warner football
Ing with sophomore. Bob Etter Naples Hawks. I

and Stan Crawford doing the The scheduled :

booting. Coach VInce Dooley S urday contest
noted that North Carolina has
and Hawks will
lost two games by only one
point each and said the Tar mEA< Radio'Tele photo i ed then. Hawks

Heels are Just u good as last MEDAL WINNER! United lamurrt reported
year's team which beat Own States Olympic heavyweight No alternate date

glatt.7. boxer Joe Frazier of Philadelphia Punta Gorda when
Mississippi State closed out Us holds the gold medalhe officials there asked

heavy preparations for Alabama won In defeating clans collation:

as Coach Paul Davis sent the Huber of Germany in the Last year Naples

Maroons through a two-hour finals of the Tokyo boxing Tarpons at PuntA
general review event. the Tarpons asked
Rain forced thlrd-ranked Ala.
bamt to cut short It* outdoor postponements

practice, but the Crimson Tide Says Broken (Hand Naples. The teams
was able to drill on passing and together again.

kicking Quarterback Joe Na. Couldn't Keep Him The Hawks are

math, recovering from a twisted visit Puma Gorda

MM knee aggrarated In the Florida From Fighting November 21.

I game, threw the ball during Saturday's Hawks
practice, but did no running. PHILADELPHIA (AP) affect the .
Mississippi held a full dress ''"I'd gone all that way, Icaldn't scheduled 7.30 p.m.
review of Its plans for Louisiana ,' let one hand pull me
State, working on offense and 'back," said Olympic heavy,

defense against the B team and ''weight champion Joe Frailer, Open champion

renewing the kicking game The 'I explaining why he fought the says the Lots I

team emerged from the Vander. II''championship bout with a broken 23, and Dick 21,
< left hand.FraUer .
bUt game with no crippling In. Calif., will become
Juries and was expected to be a 6Joot, 186 I In good shape for the Saturday ,Philadelphia slaughterhouse
night tilt in Baton Rouge La. 'worker! broke the hand In a

Louisiana State worked out'I semifinal fight at Tokyo, but
two hour on a rain-soaked field ]'like a stole told no on* Jut how THE
reviewing its offense and d. bad 1! the Injury was

fens, and spent considerable Frailer, SO, threw aumerou
ii time on the passing game. <]left hooks throughout the final Biq-
Coach Charles McClendon said 'right as he gained 3-1 decision

M the unbeaten Tigers looked good over Germany's Hans Huber.

; but would have to do better. "B happened' when I hit the GAND
Tennessee returned to the :Russian la the second round,"

practice field after a two-lay i laid FraUer at a local hospital ,

holiday, working out ta sweat where be Is receiving treat.. AND
clothes In a light rain. Coach m I eat. Frailer knocked out Va. )t

Doug Dickey was primarily con. dim Yemelyanor In the second .,\

Smile. It's good exercise. corned with correcting mistakes I round of their semifinal.

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Women's Written* tte Florida
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PINE LANES taking all four points from the eratattres oi Florida at it* Y
The Basics Baptists! won four Christian Daffys. Trinity won DIla la Philadelphia u Jaoaerr
potes from Trtator #2 Tuesday three from the Saintly: Sinners, Judy placed third la the tuiUtjNi" h'i!!' rely
night In the Metfa Church Leaguewith High game of the night was I lag round it Miami aewrelwetks osr*, a"tl t ,
Olem Lilesturtdng Ingamej 173 rolled by JaneHerren. Katie wo, and ntoroedthlipej t ,
d 1M 188 and 186 for a big .tfajek hit a 163| Joa Sharp Just weekend tor !the state ttaale. Iht n 4r1
6K.Mrtea.. Bud Hosue rolleda returned from a summer In Canada averaged 18. for the 14 games
nice 640 Mt for me loaers. came through with a 160j$ rolled and emerged winner aver
the top women bowlers ot floxi.
Books Baptist took three
Dorothy White 150j$ Helen Arnold da.
Trinity f 1 In spite of a 616 164
| Sue Arnold 148| Agnes Judy te pot a newcomer to
series rolled by Norman Her- DeMent 164 and Nancy DunS fee. bawling however, u she was(the t : ,
ren. and First Christian won Florid i
Ctnjlas Champ both 4r
three from First Baptist. Nice .
scratch and handicap, while Mill
games rolled were Scott Fraley Shirley Johnson was the star a girl of U bowling out oi West
181. Monty King 184. Wliburn of the Rock *n Bowlers League Palm Beach, ta Itei she tamed
Dullard 177RlchardBohrer213 Tuesday night as she rolled a L H with Louise elate to via too
Frank Lies Jr. 1S4, Bob 217 game and a 626 aeries, but double. event ot the State 't
Zwlcker 178 and Art White 188. Betty Pauly accomplished what Tournament Now 10 years old t 1
all bowlers would like to do when BOWLING CHAMP Judv r "..Konbger! of) Naples, right receives Judy wo UTS"p with Tld U her Brook husband sida Vll THIS IS A FLEER 'Tht n.ep U a unique Aex-wing aerial
see she rolled an an spare game of trophy as wnmans ,ohtnp i thr Florida BPAA, (rim, Jim Gibson utility vehicle, designed by Ryan Aeronautical Company for
Holy Bowlers and Lutherans 179. Betty will receive a patch! center. president<< of the Bawl<, l ig Prpra\ 'tars Association of Florida At Other Florida wqmeq! who*UJto the Army. The aircraft, with a 210-horsepower( pusher
are tied for first place In the from W1BC. Caribbean Realty, left is Dan Senecal men'a ohampum\ to PhlladtlnMa ere Martha, engine and a conventional propeller can lift a 1,000-pound
Women's Church league after the league leaders took all four BKM of BQ GadX! <11* JoRUM payload
Tuesday night's bowling as the games from Don's Uggctt's Rax 181| IDa Bunting 179-485' | Katy wart hit a 173 game, Rudy Borne log Naples Camera Shop teamTuesday of Miami, Dot Camay' of .
Holy Bowlers were able to win all as Elaine Sheldonhlt! a 511 Hell 185| Ings GUI 181) Eva r 191, Perly Ricer 192, night In the Night Owls Miami, sodgyeiyg7ealdMlaiet.Linde Pantry M Dette Price rolled two as 6th Avenue Rexall took three
only three points from First aeries with a 173 game. Other Hogue 178, Marty Little 169, Scott Wolfe l'lhnd l'1'9&IId' Ed League as they won four points 15f garrwi. and Minnie Harwood from Anchor Lounge. First National -
Baptist while the Lutherans were nice scores were Donna HatleyI' and Marge Shlvel 169. Newberry 177. Nell Van Wyk from Ingram Chevrolet. Also ftaocheffl turning In 1804wrte oonvtrted the S-MO split Justin Bank had Ben Cecil high
was the sharpshooter as he converted moving up was Ron & Jim's *. Barb Hayes hit i 491 WakalM roUed a 160 and as she rolled games of 174,1M. I
I' BROOKSIDE BOWL the 4-6-10 split TV who took three from Bank with a ITS gang and Judy Cflckerterger Jeanne Veenachoten 15X Katie and a 463 series to lead them tot
Bowling StandingsWOMEN'S Position Night In the Woman's Conditioned Air moved to with- of Naples. Hazel Abranamson's wm In with 481.Beckys .'' Stull hit a liT gtme and Ruth three-point wtnoverChesser's
ChurcblMgue..wtheChristlanPIMeadI in one game of the league lead- 617 was high for the night wish won three from firry Campbell, converted the .-1.' Wash-O-Mat.
move farther out In
(Brookslde Bowl) (Pine Lanes) front when they woo all three

WON LOST WON LOS:r pushed points fromtheDlabloswhowere back Into third The I
Christian Pinheads 201/2 13 1/2 Caribbean Realty 25 11 Gutter Dusters now occupy place.: the The American VoterWhat Makes Him Tick?
Gutter Ousters 16 9 Holland Salley 24 12
second spot by virtue of a three
Diablos 14 10 Jtmrnie GIbbs 23 13
Question Marks 8 16 Modern 21 15 point win over the now cellar By Jonn Barbour quietly probed the voter I prejudice Thf deprt lon .tuchcrlala\ iMi way: 20 per cent ttroiig Demo
Mixed Christians 71/2 181/2: Wonder Gardens Masonry 21 15 dwelling Methodists,andtheMlx- Aiiocl.led her Science Writer and (frustrations hli bop*,and pea. for fit AmfHteit von, -and he emit, 25 per cent weak Democrat,
Methodists 7 17 ed Christians moved up to fifth faction In ikomand t,f klkkdi and ."''JIL'rJ.) .its th4 Democratic side Id IS I per cent strong Republican" 13
Carousel Drive In 20 18Don' ANN ARBOR, Mich (AP-For
when took from ? .
they two points living room InirrvlcwiFlni whyleiwljs tu.Mrs0 D"mllll"fI" per enl weak Republican The 23
Liggetts Rexall 16 20 molt American voters, politic
MEN'S CHURCH LEAGUE Fuller Industry 12 24 the fourth place Question Marks. on thefrtngeoftheirpenonalconcernand says! the voter wit eked how he W a tMilwiy of Republican domination per cent In between" art Independent
Margaret Rimes rolled the high would and then, In the uT( election
First Methodist 22 10 Stone Builders 9 27 their November decltlon vow why-and lo year when the
Christian Men'sFellowship Imperial Pharmacy 9 27 game of the night a 160, with more Intuitive than reaioned the surprise of\'Oler.Ib.lnle"ltw.- The qye.tlnn Ihlll l I irks| behind interest U loweit and the race are
19 13 Charlene Graham turning in a That' something hard lo believeIn at returned after the election lo find every election li whether there I.Some 'local orcogrwlunatonly theitrong'
First Methodist #2 19 13 433 series Brenda Shanahan. an election "hen politician how he did vote, and why,and If h. hldd'a. or lldV-ull'to! .mttiure ems pan afflllute gu lu the pull In
a had nice 165 year .
new bowler a
Assorted Christians 17 15 WOMEN'S CHURCH and a 432 aeries. Belvia batter luue bulk and forth, debate changed hit wind, "h". dial will kid Id tuck change* again, ilrengih. Great percenliigei of Ind
First Presbyterian 13 19 Holy Bowlers 25 11 game Allen rolled aU8,Martha Plercy with the vehemence of colleglani, and From ihli hit come, a moat of Tkf. Survey Reicirck Center interviewer peudetu, and letter perctnlage ofweak
Emmanuel''Lutheran 11 21 Lutheran 25 11 160 and Zulah Corwin 157. political newt U the mainstream. fliidlngi thai .has. mad the Cenin't *Ui' ate thci t 11\l 19JO John F party uppvrlrr May home
First Baptist 16 20 But thevuter.at.lugeignoren much American voter aejle .r( Intcf\'liw.' kean dy'*CaikolkliM j Fuel (him a ndof 'By and large,' says I'rul Angus
Trinity 16 20 e of the uproar, and makes hlideclaloa one of the mod Inctilyt atudle nada *pm tie I'IIIIIUvolta\ U'baieflectdvli Campbell, "ho heals (lie Survey Re-
KITE OWLS LEAGUE Saintly Sinners 14 22 Ralph McKlrlhan was the Mgh on the bull of hit own political tendency Noel Follow Party> I' ::1 rlhu problem will k.vt on the, March Citnlrr, 'lh, ding that people
Naples Camera Shop 21 11 Christian Daffy's 12 24MEN'S man In the Men's Church League and hit scow of how the nation Some 73 per cwl U the yoteriyou, tl b )cl64 M rtdlie; I ..w."d do react lo la some ieti*' that thing
Conditioned Air 20 12 Tuesday night aa he started out It going, and how hit own personal vn a party bull, whether they jftau qU.II04: art ao gulng well-thul the economy
Ron &Jim's TV 181/2131/2 strong with games of 192, 202 affair are going II or not Some" 49 pet cent kevt prix tot ..;,. IS Jeer aral ef tK. voting I I. going badly or that furelgu event
Anchor Lounge 17 15 CHURCH and then fell off to a 150, still TheM are the general findings of Judged la f.vur of die Democrat. population, there U 10 real pt tlilca| .r* going badly or thai' there U corruption
First National Bank 17 15 First Christian 251/2 SIBonlta I!1 I turning In a 544 series Mac 16 years of depth surveys of the some SO per nut lot the' .Rcpublkaai.Mottly |W'-*M, When they decide N rote, 01 dishonesty In government'Jit
Becky's 17 15 Baptist tl 201/2 141/2 was not far ahead of Senior Citizen American voter-and his behavior they inherited hdt' political 'they<< da to. la the"' 'Ute days ta( tit* ,' fad the voter tem tu have a
Ingram Chevrolet 16 15 Trinity fl 17 19 George Han who rolled In preildcntlal and off year clecUoni, faith from ihdr, parents.Ya Meipalgn., omettinw l Jute hour before tioikhuUer<< Idea uf governiiieiit. If
Rexall Drugs 16 16 Bonlta Baptist 12 16 20 a big 201 game and 626. Nor since Harry Truman faced Tboroai otcatlonaDy, tome |MV<,IOIMpotnl they go 4o the potti aid often lIlt managemiiu sums, lu be doing
Bank of Naples 16 17 Naples First Baptist 16 21 man Robertson's 203 was high E. Dewey ofdlMatiifacUoitjiamiMrtofraOy deddf lifcttoAl. the Job honestly and well, the rote
Party pantry 14 18 Trinl7l2 14 22 tame of the night and he finished Social researchers lithe Ulllvml!}' tot Tids. kill (OKI''w"nj' to Vhflt the >eU.rch'" cant to .' It .itUlifled woos lu keep due mana-
Chesser's wash- with a 519. Glen Tiger hit ..I Mfchtgio'i Survey ReaearcbCe. change parties, sometimes for the probing the fervor or|the party erUIl' tiers In vr docan vote at all RI/III
0-Mat 111/2 201/2 CALL THE NEWS FOR "a 610, Al Fayird'a use ma I<< aiming deeper that the lev/ .pace of only on* election,HwntUmw sew voter*. |(.; fused, a ride r.n... stings' life going fcadiy" fc*lurnl o rt
Baroni's 9 23 RUBBER STAMPS Charlie Rice 514. Arthur Ste chart polls of un election year-ha"* forth*real of their hubs >.l b >!kally It tie b* tawgortied In airngh. (/ lo role the ra


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I Many Factors InvolvedAs Price Of SteelBy 1948 I 1952Eisenhower NEW Televislon-Radlo YORK (AP) -Writer Dinah

Truman vs. Dewey vi Stevenson Shore's first daytime "specialfor
ROGER LANE I women," on ABC Wedne
Voter Casts BallotNEW AP Business News Writer day turned out to be more of a
NEW YORK (AP) Bethle. i soap opera with "Perry Mason"
hem Steel Corp. got reedy todayto overtone than a serious treat

YORK (AP-Many face President Johnson compare with I toss Its latest profit figure ment of the problem of the mol.
tore Influence voter when he Into the rekindled debate over station of children.
a that given John F. Kennedy it I I
make his decision Inside an 19407 If thr't a big difference,,, steel price The hour Jong story, called
election booth. what' the rl&lOIlor It? Following custom, tilt second "Child in Danger," was a routine
Race may be a decisive tea Will Ben Barry GddwaUr do largest steel producer planned courtroom drama about the
tor. Another voter may be influ better-or worse-ln hlglUncom*, to report third quarter and nine trial of a haggard fellow
mooed by his religious teachings, area than Richard it Nixon month results at till close of the charged with hurting a 10-year.
his nationality, whirs he lives, did In 1880. And why? New York Stock Exchange old girl In a park playground.
how much h* earn or how far In order to answer such Th steel price argument Thing looked pretty bad for
b* has gone In school qu.ltlon.-.ncl answer them al., revived on new word that pre.!. POPULAR YOn d lsr, him when even his lawyer -
A voter may not consciously most Instantly The Associated dent Johnson would take a skeptical MltCINTAtln played by Nina Foch was
consider these factor But each Press has entered an agreementwith view of any major steel repelled by the ugly crime. In
one or a combination of them the National Broadcasting price rise. That word was con. Tfum .n-4951 the end it turned out he was
help determine which lever Co to supplement AP'* qwn tldtrcd a prim factor In a POPULAR VOTE PERCENTAGE Innocent and there was a court.
h* will pull or how h* will mark election interpretive with the stock market dip Wednesday. H Diwty-4S.lI room confession by the girl who
his ballot network's Electronic You Anal. Actually, the President aid m Eittnhowtr-SS.I4 admitted she had made up the
Which of these factor will b* ysl of return Aug..\ 8 when prlc rise talk was Kj Thurmond-2.40 story to avoid a spanking" for
decisive on Nor. 3? The AP will operate a special In the air that he would look C SI.Vtn50n44.38G tearing a new dress.
How will the Negro rot for bureau at EVA election bead. upon any markup with "very CANDIDATE POPULAR mnom The worried fellow, it turnedout
quarter In New York election serious concern" and urged VOTE VOTE CANDIDATE POPULAR ELECTORAL was acting that way be.
night. AP writers will study the steel executive to act respond TRUMAN MlflJW, MJIf cause he felt he was responsiblefor
material a* it come from the bly.But ? his own 10-yearold daugh.
Heavy Rains On computer and win prepare the subject is touchy, DEWEY 2I,'700THURMOND 119 ;1 EISENHOWER 33.93612 442 ter' death In an automobile
material fraught with memories of the y Mi, ?,021WAUAtt accident.
Pacific CoastBy story Interpreting the :! STEVENSON :ww 19
rote on a national basis and separately President John F. Kennedy 1 I157U2\ 0 Along this familiar trail as.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In most of the states. steel Industry controversy of sorted characters, including the
More rain splashed areas In EVA utilize a bank of seven April 1962. At that Um the lawyer and the Judge, took time
the Far West and In Icatt.r.dI.ctlonl computer These have been pro. Industry rescinded a price In. 1956Eisenhower 1960 out to deliver lecture to par.

In the eastern halt of rammed to compare result crease after Kennedy objectedIn vi. Stevenson Kennedy vt. Nixon ants about warning and ..ducat.In .
the nation today.In and to answer question asked Los Angeles, President their children A real pay.
the Far West, the wet belt by AP and NBC election expert Johnson was said to have flg chlatrist explained very broadlyIn
ured that nine-month steel pro. lay term the drive that
extended from western Oregonto on the presidential, gubernator.
central California, Nearly one Sal and senatorial race. fits were up 29 per cent si turned men into molesters Miss
In h of rain fell in a slx.hour The complex will receive !n. though some calculations were Short suggested that parents
period In Sacramento, Call, formation, will compute tabula. about 20 per cent. writ to the FBI for special
Snow ended in area In north. lions and projection, and will Leading steel executives have v coloring book which would
Irn Midwest states, with a cov. report simultaneously It will contended that despite a good explain the danger to children.
ring of four Inches In Watford report on high.speedprinters. upturn in earnings this year Despite the billing and the
City N.D. Lighter amount Each bit of analysis will be from previously depressed lev. 49 iiv trimmings, however, It was
bated of detailed in. ale, the rat of return on\ invest entertainment,
were reported in other part. of on a mass unappetizing
North Dakota, Minnesota and formation that has been pr*. ed capital still lags well below Sam me Tong's tragic death In
In the Includ. the average of all manufactur.ing I according
Wisconsin stored computers; Hollywood Tuesday came,
log vole hltoiii and data on Industries. to ABC sources, after
certain "tag area*." Th "tagareas" Th remedy, they say, is a POPULAR VOTE a0. producers of the comedy series,
price rise, probably on selected l' 'OD had all of
are precincts, wards or steel POPULAR VOTE PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGED a "Mickey, completed
countries which have Mg tonnage IT
been select. he) programs originally con.
.d to represent the political be. products like sheets, strip and Kennedy-49.71 HAWAII tracted for.
Es! nhowir57.40n
havlor pattern of group withinan plat* The series, starring Mickey
.llctor at.. Labor contract between the H Nixon-4?.55 Bouncy as a resort hotel owner
This information steel companies and the United and the
prtstord Tong as wily manager,
compared with actual return Steelworkers of America expire m Byrd '4neUNDIDAU took off to a limp start and
from specific voting units, will next June. Wag negotiation CANDIDATE POPULAR ELECTORAL wound up In the 70th position in
supply comparisons with prtvl. can begin Jan 1. f t VOTE YOTItj'R''fI.1.1 the latest Nielsen report with a
out elections and ihow how the Johnson reportedly is keepingIn 13.2 rating
3S,58,3U 457
close touch with preliminary VOTE VOTE
candidate are doing on po. Recommended tonlghti "The
graphic lines, ethnic lines,by In. moves toward contract changes, 'I.. .i: STEVENSON 26,031,322 73' I 34m,096 303 Perry Como Show," NBC, 10.11
which could have '
com group, by race and, In an Important : EST season premiere for thesinger's
effect on prices (Mh* Democroti actually ilectid 74 electors' but cm el 34,10lW m
some occasional variety
line*. cases, along religious Four of the industry "Big (th.m.ln Alabama, (at? hit vote (for Judji Walter I. Jones) shows, this time from Detroit's

The computer also will pro. Eight1' companies reported Cobo Hall
vale differential analysis, show record high earning for the
ing any deviation from the first Dine month of the year, Two Yank Pilots the late leOQ's, Sir WilllanPhlpp 1
k norm, a* for example, that the and nearly all unable product *, first Governor of Ma
astern states voted differentlyfrom ers reported gain*. Die In Viet Nam Jracklh9 OM, IVl/Mif sachusetts, located vile/ or twi Finds Russian
The Steel :
another group of states or Industry giant, U.S. ships and recovered atout Vttnll
the country a* a whole. Corp., seemed headed for a Training Mission lion dollar worth of loot) More

COINCIDENCESandra The muUlmlinxwJoU com. lackluster earning year along. SAIGON, South Viet Nam recently, Edward Link, of Linl: Pear Hug Now
side the boom results of the q
will be fed total ; ,
Schenck (left) of Glen Ridge peter system (AP) TWO U.8. Air Force NATUREGAL Aeronautical, Investigated the
N.J. and Debris Schenck ofllatfleld received from reporter in 9,000 pilot were killed today In the acme with special underwatei i 1 Is
Pa., are graduate specially selected precincts, a* crash of their AlE Skyraldcr on diving rig and electronic meta: Embarrassing
of the American Airline well as the vote tdlals gathered a training mission 12 miles By Aunt LaBastllle Botre I detectors. Apparently, he was no t t
by the new Network Election NEW DELHI IiidlJ AP) _
&.wardes 4FROM LITTLE northeast of Saigon, a U.s. mill successful (
Collage, Service taryspokesman said. Just last month, the U.S. Gov,, S, A. Dange Worth Tex. The !
born in, the girls were Regional center In Nw York, '1.i 'SJPARKA7eee The death brought to 83 the rnment Printing Office came oui t t; bear hug from a Russian may
lame year, are Atlanta, Chicago and San Fran. total number of American i The scourge of hurricanes and chore All hands went on alert. with a revised list of Treasun I, prove embarrassing-four years
the horseback same height I prefer Cisco will transmit vot* return GIANT FOREST killed in South Viet Nam in non., gales has left many parts of our Sailors Inevitably knew some Maps and- Chart (No, LC .Zt1. later.
riding ai a iport. by teletype circuit: directly Into combat accident since Decem, country overwhelmed by the would die If they were ripped 71.994)) which sell (for 30 cent i Dang Is the beleaguered lend.
Not related they met for the the bank of computer in New FIRES GROWl! ber 1881, the spokesman slid. A might of winds and wavei. Even from the rigging by strong windsor and I.I available from the SuperIntendent ,, er of the pro. ullllan wing of In.
first time at the college York. total of 214 have died in combat.YOU'LL with modern devices of radar. thrown Into the sea throughthe of Document In Washington .. dla'. s|>llntrod Communist

T weather balloons, hurricane rough tossing and pounding D. C, This blbllograph),, party.
tracking plane and radio warn. of the ship. Everyone watchedthe list many map and book whlct I Nlkita Khrushchev was begin.
Logs, Nature' storms till take barometer lower. (The low. are good source to lost, burlei I I sing a tour of India In IOCO when
lives and cause extensive dam. est reading ever recorded was and sunken treasure Whatever, he met Doge at the airport. lie
ENJOY YOUR NEW age. Centuries ago, when tall. 28."). your motive, it might be fun to 1 wrapped himself around the In.
Ing ships plied the Caribbean Old scars and fractures itched think about treasure hunting. dlan Red In a show of 1I.I18I11on
Sea and beat up the Atlantic and ached. The cook threw extra Unless the high.altitude jet that dearly Indicated Dange was
cast, a hurricane was feared lashings around his barrels streams change drastically or, Khrushi( 'hev's man In India
CAR MORE if above all other eatatrophl and boxes. An added Jigger of dentists com up with fancy For four years, the hug served
you Many an ocean graveyard bean rum might be handed out to method of taming down hurrl. Dange wel as he struggled to
witness to the fury of autumn boost morale In those days ((18 cuss, these blow will continueto survive cuUhroat infighting that
tormi. OH Cape Hatura, 450 and 17 centuries), ships often scour our sa and seaboard. all but wrecked the Indian
Finance It With A Bank yean of ships lie rusting and travelled In fleets for protection And as long a* there ere ships, party. After the 196Z India-Com.munist .
rotting on the shifting sand bot against pirates. some will succumb to the brut China burner war, pro.
of tom Along Florida's east coast, During a bad hurricane, It was force of these storms They are Chinese Reds split away. But
6' Naples Auto Loan hulks of coral-encrusted cannons not uncommon to sink or wreck the treasure troves of the future about 60 per cent of India's Com.
and metal! items are all that the entire group. One such trag. and the past, munlsts chose Khrushchev as

are left of proud galleons. The edy with which the author Is famlllar their idol and kept the man he
teredo worm makes quick work Involved the loss of Span. hugged a* their leader.
of wood In these semUroplcal lah galleons, travelling as a Hospital Records Now the Infighting I* reviving
waters "plate" fleet Most carried gold Although US hospital Red who survived the last In.
Imagine the fear of captain and silver bars from Columbia showed Increase In various tra mural battle are scrambling
and crew when they saw the winds and Peru plus Jewels and other services last year the number to land on the right side now
.r die, a glassy calm smooth out valuable objects of art. They of birth declined from that Khrushchev Is gone.
the waves and a torpid, heavy lank on reefs off the roast of 3908121 to 3.857.620 'from Initial policy guidelines from
; p sky descend Barometers or wat. Haiti! with millions of dollars the preceding nlr.I.RTIAS the top reportedly are, In effect: ,
glasses were about the only worth of treasure "down with Khrushchev and
weapons a ship had against hur. everybody h* bearJiugged."
... Usually, the captain NO LUCK Doge was traveling in East
headed for the deepest water he This particular treasure trove .rn Europe when the new broke
could find pr.paredt1luturl> I i.us long been sought by cages of Khrushchev' ouster He lm.mediately .
sheets, flying ,jibs ami l v< an. iiunters, without much luck. In went to Mos ow for
talk with the Kremlin' new
SEBSSBSESEZ leader. Whether he survived
the distinction of being Khrush.
.:hev's man in India still is not
An Auto Loan trom the Bank of Naples u toaiy Grow Right With HolleyA clear
U Khrushr hev's successors try

on the pocketbook and On the rr ',iThat's to quiet down the quarrel with
A h\l1k, ,'rfflcer and! Communist China, Pangs will

A In a' Ur 11\1 ,ttnrn rh be In for rough days For he.
because the low bank'\ rates and th f e member of 1' 4 x like Khrushchev, has been bitter

Ih, FI"llda Iou.\' In his condemnation of Peking
months to are considerate of most every fam Iy Dange would
many repay .4 I i I; ;v..ntHUeesI. ; be a great ob.
I. 1lfili.! and 41 Earle to any attempt toward
budget. It's just so much more enjoyable( buying a new car II reunification of the Indian Com.
'I r. ,' d t' r munlst
movement, just a*
x l'lfi! Khrushchev was regarded by toe
when you don't have to worry constantly about payment unsuited
Chinese as an obstacle to Com.
; monist ooperatlon on an international .
to your financial situation Ye, you actually enjoy your T I- l .u ,voter voter Kale
1me.ninK.. U a decision baa been made
new car more when you buy it with the aid of a Bank of Naples V I ante for to heal up the wound la India'sCommunist

f n Holleyr INVADER part) Dange, likeKhrushchev

Auto Loan. 1 t' a voter Tommy Kirk plays a Martian would have to go.almost certainly

n (i'i( )INSERVA.l I invader in the new Mm

r\. F 1"" "lCram. It Pajama Hart As a pre "IRUnr,
invasion scout Tummy get
h. voteg.
Protect your valuables for only pennies! a day 1\ .t.10"Illment: a mixed up with a flock: of 1001DRIVff _
earthling teen-agers LIClNSE
Rent a Sf Depot! Box at the link of Naple h\ i"",' I 'i'lIal deal gives him a chance to show wiwrowmiii 'h
a' I 1't'I'tonal hit swimming, dancing and [
t singing prowr mm r\\

"Tht Bank boa Can Always Depend On"


I U'e ash to make public announcement that

The BANK /l NAPLES riff Tfiue COHSftVAriVt CANMDATCI i* no longer connected Mr. Carson with Smith Corwin Heating.

J GovernorTHE and Electric:: Inc. Our number to call for

a7A I for service after hours l it MI :: -3U8.

Member Hue nu* Corwin Heating & Electric, Inc.MI .

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COLLIE COUNTY NEWS, N.plw H.., HwnJty. October N. IH4 9
LaughsAt Don't Count Florida ExhibitAt

Burns' OfferTo Fair Success

Quit Post Me Out, Says Bryant Declares, Yank, 2 Russians Share I

publican Chart Holley has exhibit at the Mew Tort
(called a "red herring" the offer Joe Lightburn World's Fair was an outetandiisuccess Nobel Prize In Physics
(of Democrat Haydon Burn to overall said GoY, Farm
(resign the governorship U the Bryant today.
{attorney general proves lie hua WASHINGTON (AP) j? "Sora area of tile Florid L STOCKHOLM SWeden J AP) olutlon in radio and physic*.
secret account In a foreign teph B. Lightburn doesn t ",??t I exhibit did not achieve success,',> -Or. Charles H Townes the Maser concentrates light energy
I bank to be counted out of the ,'r.,si h* said, "but overall tile exhibit, Massachusetts Institute of Tech. similar to the way that a m.,.
I The rivals to be Florida's next denttal race. did" nolog and two Russian sden. nlfylng glass can concentrate
[governor were slugging away 'V It goes Into the House "Florida continued to reosivt, tists who haft been his house the sun's rays.
rigorously with only six days they wouldn't have to put Johnson : the No. 3 rating at the fell. guests were Jointly awarded the Half the physics monetary
left before the election at which or Ooldwater in. The ( ,'Ulr j among state exhibits The estth, I>84 Nobel Prise for Physics to. award will go to Dr. Townes
I one will be chosen. neatly put me In," says Light' it _:>f the state of New York waiflrrt. day for their contribution to and half to the Russians, Prof.Nllolay .
Burns told newsmen Wednes. burn the presidential candid(' h ." the maser light beam. Base and Aiek under
[ day that he would step down u of the Constitution party. BI v ant cited figures supportIng -, U the sun time the 1 Mpriz Prochorov of Moscow
I governor If It should be shown E. Harold MUM, howevei I his statement He said for chemistry was award. Dr. Townes heard tile news in
by the Florida Attorney Gener. takes what he considers a I leal. Nearly six million peopli. ed Dorothy Crowfoot.Hodiekln! Pasadena, Calif., where he la-
I al that he had a $1.8 million laUc view visited Florida's exhibit between I M, a biochemist of Oxford Unl. attending t meeting a Nation.al .
bank account Holley said h* "Of course, there's no poss! April and September. verrity, Kngland: for her "de. Aeronautics and Space Ad.
had.Burns billty of tt," he cay, regarding Millions of people saw the termination by X-ray tech. ministration advisory commit
said that offer should his chance next Tuesday. Munnis Florida exhibit on television and I niquee of the structures of 1m. toe on manned apace flight
end the question running on the Prohibition In magttlnea and newspapers.Two portent biochemical compounds. "I'm very excited and hoo.
But In St. Petersburg, Holley party ticket. million tourism folder, These prises, each totaling orld," he said.
laid the matter wasn't closed at Lightburn and Munn are were distributed at the informal, $53,123 wind tip this year's pre. H* telephoned Ms wU tt
all. among at least eight minor FOT'R .LOBES like fh' \1 M b: fcv \tided to th< hIIII', I "In that lion center. sentallons from the foundation their home in Cambridge,
"He should know that our at. party presidential candidate, brings: in flu.. 1"1'" i 1.1' i I' t' :K >tl"'" 1I'tcna' I rt vah ,i to d Hmi i tli, 450,000 people paid$450,000 established by Alfred Nobel, the M...., that lie was thrilled
torney general has no authority running In one or more state or schools III :Mn I\1 : \'ii)v Liil." I', 11 ," ,, )>'t' .\mrt Nuli|>!" ', 1<'ll,' ni>r tin to see the porpoise exhibit. This I inventor of dynamite Mr*. Townes said her husband
and can have no authority to seeking write-in ballots next election in'\t 'lu""*,iaTh' j 1'11/' ''' tII'. gtrt'n ,cs pan t "I't the "dttOutGOP ; ( exhibit was below expectation I I 1 The maser beam, which great.ly "1555 been so excited with this
make any investigations whaU Tuesday. The\'ote" dm' sponvmd h\ tht \aplis'; Jaycee, slh>\\n here fur attendance because the overall l< amr-Uflet radio signals, has field since he made the tintmu.r
ever concerning of his as.sets Each has his cause few have become commonly known asp work In int.: "
any ; fair attendance was low, he said
Fred !II. Shepard, local nuuh.mt, left, and John Leant! of the Javcee
located >> both possible "death ray" and
outside this coon. much hope. In 1960, the minor 179,000 people paid MJ.WX I a Mrs Townes said Russian
try," Holley said pa" / nominees polled less than (McGrath photo) .to see the Everglades exhibit, ai I a potential means of aiding man psysldsts have been their house
"We can be sure h* will never one of every lOOvotes. exhibit set up late In the season. in medicine, It has led to a rev. guests in Cambridge and "both
have the opportunity of resign. For Ughtburn a Jane Lew, Polaris Missile "With our experience of last are charming men."
Ing as governor, for the people W. Vs., merchant and a hurried Will HaveWatchers Bryant Tells summer" he said, "we car I Dr. Townes, 49, It a native 01
of Florida art not going to run substitute when Alabama Gov. I Performs After triple this next summer. Greenville, S.C. H* conceivedthe
the risk of having him removed George C. Wallace declined to 430,000 in merchandise wti, Equipment Needs Idea for the beam in 1991H : .
accept the Constitution party At All 3 Years Under Sea sold at the booth exhibiting Flor. and his students also coined
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designation, the cause is "a Position On CAPE KENNEDY (AP 'hehe Ida made products. "Not onlj; Spelled Out By the word "maser," which
return to constitutionalism." stands for microwave amplification .
PlacesTAMPA did we expos our product 1 tc
Polling Navy ha* demonstrated its Po. Recreation Board
Bryant Says LBJ For Munn : stimulated emission of
the cause Is to lute missile can perform flaw. the market, he .ald. "but wi by
"apply Christian principles to (AP)-late Republkcan hasty after months In a steel mad a profit at the lime I The Recreation Board radiation.
To Carry Florida government," attacking "creep. chairman Tom Brown said ReferendumsTALLAHASSEE lime." Naples The, 1964 Nobel award prevloualy -
log socialism, encroaching com. Wednesday the GOP will have launching o o coo n, Informed at a recent meeting approved a announcedi
TALLAHASSEE: (AP) Gov. munlsm, growing secularism, poll watcher in each of the source report. list of equipment and furnishingsit Peace Dr. Martin Luther
,: Farris Bryant predicted today pornography and alcoholism" state's 1,178 voting places for JAP( ) CoY. The sources report that a suit. To Remind YanksOf believes should be obtained King of the. United States.
Democratic President Lyndon the NOT. election Farris Bryant out his post.,, marine underwater for perhaps
For the States Rights party it for the new community center Medicine-Dr. Konrad Bloch
Johnson would carry Florida in Is-as vlce.pifsldentlal candU "We are having to do the Job lion today on the major constl. three years, successfully un. Florida In building In Gambler Park. German born American, and
Tuesday's general election "by date J. B. Stoner of Birmingham of policing the polls without any to tonal amendment up for rail 1 ,, leashed one of itt underlet w.. The list will be presented to Dr. Feodor Lynen of West Ger
as much as 100,000 votes" put It to "repeal all help from the state," Brown flcatlon In Tuesday pn.ral,, port Wednesday from beneath Nippy WeatherTALLAHASSEE Council for soon many.
City approval
the Atlantic Ocean. The Polaris,
Bryant told his news confer election.
Jean-Paul Bar
ence h* had nothing concrete civil And rights for Henry laws Krajewskl, the said.He failed In an effort to per. The governor told his newt i i reportedly an early Al model (APWhenthe Chairman John Cow lea greetedtwo tre of France-, lie has rejected
had been aboard the craft since Icy breath of winter nip at new members of the board.
upon which to base his predlc.tlon. Secaucus N.J. pig farmer suade the Florida Cabinet Tues. conference h* favored all but: tile prlte.Prise .
., It went on station.A New Yorker nose and oars, Mil and study Flush Also
amendment Bryan
of the
turned tavern keeper, It is '%o day to com up with about $8,000 one will formally sward.d .
"It1 Just a general feeling," run against two millionaires as In order to hire secretary of The one he opposed would *x. Navy spokesman declinedto Florida will nip at their feeling attending were members! Russ In Stockholm Dec. 10, No.
be said, "A reflection I have re. man's state special deputies. tend from 1993 to 2018 the yearof > confirm the secrety.shrouded Gov. Furls Bryant today said Stahlmtn and Tom. Drown, and bel't birthday.
celved In talking with people and a poor Two of the representative minor parties are "These top state officials, all expiration of the law ear. firing He said that if It did oc.i .the state I* erecting at the top Recreation Director Julius I......
letters I have received. Ut not Socialist -the Marxist Socialist of them Democrats, gave ut a marking the proceeds of thttwocent i cur, It would be considered in of the citrus tower at the New
scientific." Labor party whose candidate, few lame excuses for not provld. : per gallon second rue an "out of sight, out of mind York World't Fair a Winking er.The board decided to hold tveterans Minuteman
Bryant said h* cam to his Hass of New York Is make tog election deputies," Brown line tax for county road work,, category.1 sign bearing the legend)
Eric and veterans'sate
conclusion about the time of the Ing his fourth race for pretl. said. "Among these excuses I* Under the program, 3Vyeaibond ( The name of the submarine In. "Would:!'! You Rather De In Scores New Test
tennis tournament In Naples
Conferencein Issued with the back,, volved was not disclosed. Florida?,
Southern Governors Social. one that the state with a budget are
dent and the Trotskyite
; In fall of The
Texas earlier this month. 1st Workers party led by Missis running Into hundreds of millions log of the tax. Without the ... IMC. Flight SuccessCAPE
slppl-born Clifton Deberry, now of dollars, has no budgetary pro. tension bonds of shorter periods tournament will be open to players KENNEDY: (.AP)-Theadvanced
of New York. vision to com up with the$8,000 of maturity would be Issued who in 30 or older Minuteman I It-tie
Barry Will Carry Beside Krajewskl at least needed to pay these deputies" resulting In less money for the] 1 Member recommended that scored Hi second teat flight sue.
Brown said the watcher counties. 1 NOON STOCKS the Recreation. Department In*
State Burns Says two candidates are running poll cess In at many launching today
solely on a write-in basest Louis war instructed to report 1m. Bryant said he..11 divided or vestlgate Boy Scout act Iv It lea to* MI 5.000.mlte strike to the
By Slim Margin E. Jaeckel of Lancaster S.C., mediately any voting Irregulari the am.ndment'but, I'm p rob easily and offer ell possible* smith Atlantic Ocean.
the American party candidate, ties He said thai state attorney ably against it. NKW; YORK/ (AP- Shll'b abotwml. aUttnce In furthering sine Scout The sleek, threesage\ missile
TALLAHASSEE (A.i'J Hay. and Bishop Homer Tomlinson of or representatives, who would Those lie favored went burst from the base of a OJoot
don Burnt, Democratic candi. the Church of God, founder of prosecute vote fraud caseswere ,-Board of regent. for unl"r.litl. AlII.Chat II Ford 55% Penney ei'A' program.l Recreation Department: quarterly deep launching silo at hIS
date for governor predicts Re. the Theocratic party. asked to be available on election ... H0l make all the appoint, Alcoa 110'11 Frm.t Da 1I'1t Pa RR 411, will be a.m. (fJlT), Upped swiftly ontoa
publican presidential, candidate Some of the candidates are raent until noon Jan. 8 (the end I AmAJr n Fr'llt ad 4244 Pep Cola 8444 activity reports! southeast heading and raced
Barry Goldwater will carry campaigning for votes. Munn, a day.During his new conference in of his trmV But I'll make them I AIIICan .n, Frueh Tr II Phil Mar 78ImCyan given to the city manager a week from sight.
Florida by a slim margin, Htllsdale, Mich., college pro=... Tallahassee today Bryant described after consultation with the next II Oe" Dye 3""Ai l'hUll'et In advance of the Council meeting The Air Force announced the
Goldwater supporters are sea has made speeches from the Cabinet refusal as governor. A* it happen, only, AmMoto III Oeo El 581 RCA SIR it which die >.port will be missile achieved all test .X.
lous while "Democrats are dl.vldlng coast lOr. to coast and Lightburn other than a denial. Hayden Burn has relatedconsultation. AmTob 38% Qen Fda 12'A Rep Sli presented. Lesser gave the board lives, duplicating the Initial
their effort" in support.* has made a 25.clty tour of Tel.a. "Th Cabinet merely saw no ." Amps Cp 11' GIn 14U1. 45 Revlon t report! on the hiring of Dob flight tent the new weapon on
log local candidates, Burn said .. need for Increased intrusion la Under the accompanying ats. Anaconda Qa''AI Oen Mira 100 R'7 Too 4144 Jenkins* at recreation itiUtint i Sept 24.The .
Wednesday, these areas," he said tut*, the appolntmentiwould I Armour 13% Qoodyr 46,4! SlRer P 1144 and outlined some of the dabs pu.h. button rocket I*
/have to be approved b y Babcock 14% Qr.yhnd 224) Seaboard' 111,4I he will perform with the depart I being developed to hurl nuclear
the State Board at Education: I B&.O to Gulf au 59 Sears 122411 .warheads nearly 1,000 mllee.Aren't .
t and confirmed by the Senate, Beth Bt1 19% lilt Hart 85t SlRClair 2244 meet
t,1 g t jU d Ma The amendment would resultin Boeing II" lilt Pap 15% Soeon N%
+ changing the current Board of'' 8rlDl.wk. Jone.iL 10% IouthflC! II
Control from seven member CaterTr n Kits AI 30 Sperryll U%
serving four.year term to nine Celanese lit" JC.e'oott 93% WBraed 71%
ev member serving nlne.yar stag.gered ., Chrysler 6834 Lag a My 88.. ltO! NJ H'"
i v terms CocaCola Ill Locb'd f7 lIldll1t, .
l 'r State school fund. This onetuthorlzet Com Ed 10 Lorillard U twUt I''''
the Mate to spend the Con EdIs U M'r'ol U% Teas 0 89t you ashamed ?
a $17 million principal of the Coot CanS I4M..I 6044 U Carte IH\4
N school fund for school/ construe Dow Cite 77 Moha.CO 14'141' Unit Mrs 6044 Ashamed about Cuba ? About
I1 tlon. duPont J'S Macs'to $144 tin Fruit 1844
Bryant said the current practice EAt IS Mont Wd 47th V8 Maul IIE. % the Berlin Wall ? About Viet
of the Cabinet It to withhold Kodak 11511. Nit Dslr 811,4 VN' Mat 1544
from the schools the tame Firestone 41% Nat Diet u% W..t,1J 42%
amount in general revenue a* Fla PU 11Ii! N.Am Ac !lalla Win" ibex as Nam ? Most Americans are.
r.. the interest produce annually .

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|0 COLUEt COUNTY NJW1 H.".. .... ft**).* **** H>a, 1 if* Former Justice

That Thing-Ama-Jigger
Harold Burton

Sailing, Cruising Dies, Age 76 At Four Corners Gives

tired Supreme Court Justice
Devotees OrganizeNaples Harold H. Burton Is chad at 76.

University He died at Hospital George Washington Wednesday Some Drivers The FitsBy

his a new club I Commodore Bill Drumheller of from a combination of Illnesses
At a meeting at the home of the Naples Cruise Club who appointed Filling health had forced him to CHARLOTTE DURNO
retire from the Supreme Court I drove to the traffic light
Messmer aI51-yunet- up
Jack G. Messmer 67316th Avenue Introducing .
six *
years ago at
Four Corners the other
In and
Bran cruising sailing as
Wednesday iught.26 chairman of the Florida Burton, while serving u a i day and before brought the bug.
persons Interested in sailing and general Republican: senator from Ohio, gy to a full stop the light chall(.
cruising organized the Naples Cruising Council being organized was appointed to the court In ed. This little incident surprised .
Sailing Club. Mrs Virginia hero IHS by Democratic President t me so that I must have
Moore was named to head*committee Drumheller announced that the Harry 8. Truman. They had "r sat there a whole minute .. at
to draft by-laws for the first annual meeting of the council been close friends when Truman least until the gentleman behindme
new association will be held In Naples January was a senator from Missouri r started honking Ms hornlike

The next meeting of the Naples 18 and 17. The commodoresaid Chief Justice Earl Warren v he had never used one before .
Sailing Club will be held at the that the Naples Cruise Club when Informedof urton's and screaming, "Just like a
Messmer home on November 10 will host the convention. d.ath. Issued a statement say n ,can driver" I bared my
Messmer Ingt him and moved on *
at 8 p.m. at which time election appointed Gwllyn F. w .fw
MI am sure that In Its lonj slowly.
of officers will take place.At Prtdeaux and HarryWootenbothof history no Justice on the couri: NEW ROLE FOR ELLIS ISLAND?-Ellis Island, a 26-acre sand bar in New York harbor, Honestly I can't say that I
the first meeting of the Naples ss chairmen of the organization has been held la higher esteem was once the first American soil touched by millions of immigrants Decaying for a really blame him, be, auie when.
club charter members discus- committee of the coun- by his colleagues His oplnloni decade, !it may soon become a National Historical Site with recreational and cultural ever you're traveling north on
sed future programs and a permanent cil. Prldeaux will direct organ written for the court will be s facilities, Interior Secretary Stewart Udall has made such a recommendation to the Ninth and hit that red light you
meeting place. TheN ization activities of the council lasting memorial to him, and, President, This is a recent photo of the battered main building, which may become a could easily sit there 10 minutes
was also a discussion on the on Florida's West Coast and will long be studied u a part of. museum before someone accldently hits .r
training of beginners types of Wooten will have charge of activities the development of American -the thlng-ama.Jigger in the street
boats and on the East Coast. third Jurisprudence." that causes the light to change.I .
racing cruising
committee awaits appointment to In one of his most significant Jackie Outlook Grissom Says didn't come by this knowledge
tas.Among those attending was serve the boating clubs In the opinions, Burton Issued the Coogan's easily, believe met' I can't beginto
,. ruling that outlawed racial seg. count the number of times
'M Florida Council rogation on railroad dining cars. Titan Rocket I've sat at that light thinking
5 Peace Marchers Cruising It was the first In a line of ma. about the dishes I left in the sink
Is Inviting members of all At 50 Youthful As EverBy
Are Ousted From yacht. cruise and boating clubs Court Jor rulings on civil by rights.the Supreme Safest Made or for the the fact dental that appointment.I'm already Whata late Charlotte tXirno (our author)
is a housewife and mother with
to join. Up to the present time Burton began his political BOB THOMAS North Hollywood home and perfect waste of time I've all the harassments
Coast Guard Base Mourner said that 11 clubs witha career as an Ohio state legUla. AP Movle-Televlslon Writer talked about his birthday this By VERN HAUGLAND even been tempted at times to blems that go with modern and pro.llv.Ing. '
MIAMI BEACH (AP)-A boat. membership ofl.800haveJoln- tor In 1928 and became mayor of HOLLYWOOD (AP) "T he' week and other matters BALTIMORE (AP) Astro, sneak through the red light or She also knows Naples and
in by five Quebec to Cub' peace ed and that the council anticipates Cleveland In 1935, running as an Kid" Is SO. "I didn't have a party or any. naut Virgil Grissom saysTitan the blast the horn loudly and speedo Its people Periodically, the
marchers ended abruptly 80 more clubs will Join making Independent Republican op. There is still a touch of boy.I thing like that," he wit "1 rocket scheduled t ,, through as U I were on the way NEWS will run short human in.
Wednesday when Coast Guard a total of between 6,000 and 7. posed to the regular party lead Ishness In his face, though hit 1 dropped by CBS to chat with launch him and his partner on s, to the hospital, but it would be terest stories written by Mrs.
personnel threw them on the 000 members.The era. In 1MO, he had to buck the head Is slick as a cuaba Red Skelton. Then I came home three-orblt flight around the, Just my luck to get stop'ed by a Durno.
base. council according toMeumer. Republican state organization to caused partly by age partly' and had a quiet dinner with my earth about next February Is policeman
Four of the five who had set .will Issue monthly bulletins win the nomination for senator shaved for a television series, wile and daughter who Is 11. the safest space-booster yet WHERE IS IT?
out for Cube In a 24-foot launch Information He then won the election. His outlook Is youthful as ever,'My wife cooked a goose I had produced. Just cut my wheel and drive up
One I drove to the
regarding on day light
were carried from their boat to He was near the end of his Jackie Coogan at the half>, shot at the opening of duck season Grissom told reporters up behind the little bug Just\ as I
a truck and driven to a nearby passes anchorages,shelters and :first term U senator when Truman century mark Is a thoroughly' and we had a cake" Wednesday that he Is far more in no particular hurry but with was crosswise in the street my
causeway. The fifth walked special points of Interest. The appointed him to the 811.\ alive legend. At It months hs Jackie was the first great confident of the GTS vehicleso grim determination that I was buggy stalled!!!
They had let out Tuesday to"U bulletins will be fashioned after ;I preme Court Truman broke made his movie debut In a film child star of films, and he set called because It Is the third.not going to sit there forever..Besides .
that, I wanted to find
to Cuba In protest of war. the"Yachtman'sGuldetotheBahamts' ]precedent by attending the starring Bryant Washburn In' the pattern for those to follow. GemlnUTltan rocket to be bull.out where that WHAT'S COOKING?
Coast Guard congested Messmer said 'court session In which Burton Chicago. At 3 he toddled onstage 1 "We pioneered the commer. -than he ever was alts prod thing was So Immediately a car carrying
looking around In all directionsand
their boat a short time after The council's October bulletin 'was sworn In. The presidentsaid during his father's vaudevilleact 1 dal tleup market," he recalled. cessors. their left and towed It back to contained Information about anchorages I he wanted to pay tribute to and so convulsed the a...' "At one time my name was onto Looking over the GTS at the the buggy finding in the way clear I put ,I,types you know, white shirt, tie
the Coast Guard station between Naples and the'I'IKey. long-time personal friend. dlence that he became part of or 60 different Items, from Martin Co. plant before a car.* to back reverse While and started I and crewcut > came pn the scene
However the marchers re. the act. dolls to pencil boxes. Peck and mony at which the rocket was up. I was doing ''He Jumped out of his far and
.. It also called attention
fused to leave and spent Z4 Davy patron At 4 he was playing In the Peck paid us >$100,000 per yearn formally transferred to the Air this a woman in a little bug hurried over to my stalled bug."Lady" .
to new Caxambas honked her horn
changes at the ,smiled knowing.
hours aboard the vessel before Coogan act In Los Angeles to put out! a Jackie Coogan line Force and the space agency ly and went around t tT>
being ejected. Put Mint of Wales. Charlie ChapUn happened to be of clothes. Millions, and million Grissom declared; me. he said "are you de.
In the audience Jackie seemed of caps were nold. 2 "I can lately say that this I still hadn't found the thing ,llberately, \trying to stop me from
to be Just the right boy for a Where did all the money co? Titan Is the cleanest booster so side I the decided little to drive up be. I passing?"
movie the comedian had been Not to Jackie. After turning 21, that has gone through all the could be bug to see if it "No." I said, feeling a little
rots planning, "The Kid. Jackie's he sued his mother and step tests cleaner than any flown there The light didn't i I Bit silly
face, cap askew eyes furtively father for an accounting of the to date the Redstone, the chance The woman smiled at "Well what are you doing park.
NAPLES HEARING AID CENTERAMNOvvOee searching for the cop on the $4 million he said he earned asa Atlas, or any previous Titan." me again as if she were thinking, ,td In the street this way?"
beat, became famous the world minor. He never saw the man It was a Redstone rocket that so"I understand dear" women are "I'm not parked," I said. "1
TBS OKNINO or ITS OfTICSS over ey. California enacted "th boosted Grissom on a Project unpredictable. ,was trying to find the thlng.ama.
On a day off from playing Jackie Coogan law" which now Mercury suborbltal mission tan I'm not one to be easily dls. J i|lgger and my car stalled."
.AT Uncle Fester In "The Addams protects the earnings of child altitude of 118 miles and a couraged. No slreeel So I said "Look, I don't know what thehllle.ama.Jlgger
Family" television series, Ja. actors. range of 254 miles July 21,1961 to myself, I don't care what any.one i: Is you're look.
47 rOURfll' ...VE1 UE. SOUTH ckls relaxed In his modest During his near.50 years In as the second U.s. astronaut to that THING.I thinks.- I'm going to find i I Ing for, but there are now six
show business, Jackie has made make a ballistic flight c:ars waiting here the light has
began to back
NAPLES, FLORIDA 125 movies, numerous tours In Later, Atlas rockets launched this time up again only hanged and they want to get
International Approval vaudeville, Including one with three Mercury astronauts Into a man in a truck t::h rough'I" So he walked back to
ov ocrosn se, reed : a )first World Exhibition to his first wife, Betty Gratis j separate orbital flights. all nearly the ran b.rv.1 into I What mj(,taUand. Of I the: waiting cars and explained
and Grtssom, 38, an Air Force he yelled atme t that I was looking for a thing
be legitimate plays nightclubs
d the
a p p r o v e by Inter. is unprintable. I
row .ass CORDUUY wvrno TO miner ova IACoWHIe national! Bureau of Exhibition plus 750 television shows. major, and Navy Lt. Cmdr. smile and waved. gave a big I ima.jtgger, my buggy had tailed,
ever to be held outside "TV Is where my future lies," John W. Young 34, are sched.' The light still hadn't I and would they help me to get
Is said Jackie. "I think there Is no uled to be the first U.s. two.man changed jut of the way.Needless .
Europe 67 the
MAICO HKAJHMO AIDS Expo international end to Its possibilities." 'team to attempt orbital flight and I still didn't know where to say, by this time
Canadian Universal
ANDAVDtcanrxse thing was, so I thought I'll
I felt than lithe
more a sureR
Exhibition: to be held
I MIDWAY 8.T638 ''
all turned out well though The
at Montreal in 1967.
men got out of their cars, got
my buggy started again and that
handsome executive asked me tr
have coffee with him I refusedthe
Invitation though. I simply
told him that I had to get back In
my buggy and start looking! for
that thlnr.ama.JIRer againlll I!I

Philly Cancels

2 ON THE CABLE Trash CollectionFor

LBJ's Visit

President Johnson comes to the
City of Brotherly Love today
and city fathers want it to look

7:00: Its The beet city canceled trash ,01.i ilections

p.m.lite along streets to be traveled .
by the President but ap
pealed to residents to keep the
rubbish hidden away.



NO HELP. NEEDED Tumtho,. the yeung eliph. .t the led+eeapeile Za, has DURING YOUR -..-

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1 COWER COUNTY NIVVS. N......, H... Tliyr do,, October M I M 11]| . . *> . *> . . . . . . . .

If 11! r =i:.;;; .;y" .!ot"'_;,' I -.:;-.. :.:;..:;:.: ''n"i

'E Labor Leaders Talking Of 1 ,. .[f- rJJ"rti, : {

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Going Back To Work On FEC .i ;'''- .'
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JACKSONVILLE (AP j-.L1wi violated tM Get 9 injunction.Slmpaon .

whUe t the railroad opnttik| Jude orderod the k1

I 1 I IT unions are battllnf tile Floridahast Pac to how wore on Nov. S io 1O'b 'ltJUJ11rwtJlj2.2107

Coast Railway In fsxtortUart :1 why It should not tM trued In

< ,> some of their U d.rs an> contempt of court

talking about crossing nonopcr. The union. ....ra! chairman

---- .... -- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS ----.---- .-- oiling union picket lieu and EO-. H. 0. Van Al'1dal11r. of Missal,

lug ba. k to work. Mid the railroad to not eating

The eleven 1 nonoperating r: seniority rodeo and rain ertxpi

I unions have toes on strike steel i I assignments
ANTIQUES nor aaeiffnlnf
DRIVE crewte
INS JEWELERS .Jan. SS, 1963-loitcest strike i I callers as required by theatre*. . .C..o. ., . . . .412Help . . . .4

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BLRLKSacM. railroad history-and no bra k:: merit.

'" 1f.Uff 1* in sight. Announcement Wanted I 48-Apts. For Rent

\J' MEADORS' But Edward Hughe* local '
V SKA'S!: MtAl'li! SALON
CTj| 989 Airport Rood + ',, u. fJj rIm/ ''", t chairman for the Brotherhood of PUBliC NOTICE lOrl >th) St !South T plN.oesk.p.rr'.fm1Mn1 ftflalenc.i.' lJny. *..k or

:::1 I /h,... 1,......,.,. JEWELRY Locomotive Engineers (BLK) at: NOTICE Corner"" Strait ol llth MI,7>A". ft work,EmploymentOood nf condition andS I Month=.1496. ( IR\or MotEl1.MI.I I 2-otS3 Ml.

Jewelry Antique 'pn-llpm /Mi 3-lttO Ml, | tOtl Miami, testified In U.S. District INVITATION FOR IIDS via M !'"jyraeume lo Collier County
Gifts N.rth r.al,F-or eulalde loke out ordire TIT FIFTH, AVI tO Court Tuesday that members of' To lurnith mileriilt, mC1eMapor.t. UNIFORM 1 New 'ru O ill A HIB10.
tlly Itmlle ..
his union would tike to comeback (ill dirt concrete, block MH le HIM All met H AI13H.lp 5CV-Roomi For Rent
sip columns angle iron salvonltedreefinf HIM. and lerga Wo have added
BARBER SHOPS DRUGS to work. lumber. n. .. pamMnand' lease mot
SERVICE STATIONS olMUieil I and all other itemt nMti Want. Female Quiet room Pnvota' bath Alt
Of course, b. said workin very lo construct c..c,.,. platformli 'LINNII'NIPORM SHOP Conditioned, : P,,u.lo EMnnc.
ROSSI'S conditions and pay must be as 'k,$' with lean to riot on Unit". ills NeMr St Pt Myen. "a. Ma'ai .porienceol. hotel ntaldl' Cell .MI I Mitrdoom D/ _tt
R.PRESCRIPTIONS BOB'S No 1 Immokiiee' Into FermertMirk.t o 0111 Mint be noil editor and loi rent and b.era Iduelber ,
ltd PA55 IT"IITT they were before the strike be.
'HI I*' f, lmmkl Fiend. For uRSULA FEUERIIIN NAJMI haul good piraonility. Incilwnikins worknparson Call
1.:1.' ''' ACCURATELY \ SERVICE ,conforming to a 1957 .,. del*,li and DM .lilt ct "'.'....1..1.1111 I It "new with Kally Road Beauty 'it condillani Apply' f,. Il/t/ MJ
i CO/lt.r Mr H Rotors. M.n.i.rImmokilai ..Ieo....* hr old Due Mi> Qraior. houMkeopirEdiewater
N.pl., Shupp/nR c.",., Prompt... D.Iiv.yDON'S STATION reement. Farmer Mark*, tamer.end F>h 6.eb.t S"up Mochonlc Rood Service' That II what the court hear. P> 0 Bo. U. Immokelee. Florid ametf ,...." Ie .nil Ila Iall to. 55-Storei Offic.

L..*'." < f M"'.. M", ." duty logs were about. In one, the phoni OL 41)11. or Mr W 0 Whit. '
LIGGETT w.ldinp ,
REXALLHoplo fl. Chid Florid* ttlt FirmiriMerk.tt 14-Help W.nt.d Male FOR RENT
40<0 North Troll Ml 2 M87 BLE asked an injunction from P O Boi "III!\, Winter Accet. tar iler. offc.,
Shopplruj C221)6 *n
the court ordering the Miami. Haven Florid. phono CV 431StMall Wanted. ftod Man "poriuT COIfftER ( 'cI0"; : Mh .pic AVI Somoln
,. bids lera..h office of W 0Whlttla
CLEANERSJERRY'S Jacksonville railroad to operate Sacrific, pnnrt.d but not neee....y ( bit<,nan d,'''r'cll) H
INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR on'II/10/M or before. I 00 AMTueidly Chang 'In owneri plant, force. HIM! Trl.County Enlinooring klelh from lit Nell Sink Own
under terms of that agreement l.l. of thit beautiful, t;' Chris Inc '0'10I Il or will divide
in spite of the tact that its current W* reierve the of right to accept or Crift, Twin Enginii' Hud. F> si fuel "truck alrlw i Full THE GULP REALTY CO
Cloth| my part asp bid or ill
1AEGERINSURANCE employes are not union bid ,n in. boot Inlereil of the Slob Bunk. Depth. Finder, Sierch I limo, will ram I but e'1"." tt' Mh "". Soujh!!
. DRY nONE r i"ilf YJfllj/ Porn.,. Mirkit "pro-' Light. Cuatom mode Cushions. "CO ".f."... Mart 'immedilely ,
CLEANING ( SAWS "'ONlYI AU 'Y"'INT men. DOYLE CONNEReommiiiionor 7' and Cots Fit" Cover I).00*. Tiopifoc Inc MI 1'5I 57-Houw For Salt
frm' Ml i tltt and Ml wr.7 .N
DAY took the
; Judge Bryan Simpson of Agriculture
SERVICE hff Hmll 'ull \ request under consideration w 0 WHITTLE lOin Ptoek Cruihar Opiritor. R li.. "N00r' men .60001, ou,.,."..
; 1 CaNTl1INOIITH $ Jolla H.. Ch"l ." Firmin W H looter l'n'I'T: ISI Operator Mechanic' on Truck.Kt ". Cwel.m
TIIAIL Ml 1.-1181 alter hearing arguments a'd MorketlOivnton Chrra Crest Heavy tfluipm.nl, Oe,li bull >It.b..c.I.b.: : In
842 6th Ay... So. MI. 2-7390 OVAKANTetD testimony. of Mirkillni Dabs: Midlo Depth Finder. an Co Nopl N JOH cludei. diHihle' oven Hove. r*.
HI I Ml Are I.W1 t,40) Oct ?t ISM. .U New Punt end Vornlshas, :imamlpononcud i;;; n it.Ihow.e trrtm! walhir, drver Wall I
He Issued an Injunction Oct. at Ikltjuri Marina "r Phono lndcap :lot. iprlnkler
I; THE JUDO'rt COURT Ml, t toft 18/K If mm Oaniral tlNninl' .with iyi
9 at the request of the Brotherhood COUNTY' I'D" > and allied work Mul ke tuker lam .IISlOc.r""v: work
ot RaUroad Trainmen BOAT MOTOR hove ple*>',n. peronalily" end hop ( .
neat ( dy .week !pus '| now DIMS Io1I1
BRT the railroad to 'IN PROBATI apMor.n Anoe etas
( ) ordering iMO

.:////way. J1t""io"' YOU CAN ADVERTISEIN 'JYou abide by its pre-strlke agree, IN RE CASE NO. M? CONTROLS Mr Salary Kdewtor. arebor Beh pr. month....Metal.....'Apply...k..' PhIl, H k.n Hilly' Oboes

THIS SPACE ment with that union with theprovl.lon INANITY ADDISON 1teclay plyweed 1 boob hoed! I....... .It *nd I ftelermee. reQUlfX ROBERT H JAEGER
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS It could ilk specific wars. 1m HP' Jahnso la In It/11 It M
whop milinf; ( for mantleninjTH t.tl 00,04101 Compl.te with Wads .. Nil Ft I Brkr
pyrcnm 'em CALL MI 2.2107 OF FIUNQ PETITION. oil ireufld onca.
exemptions because of the 1101 tASN-M/
Newt edvartiiar. H. li tnlrttd. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS FOR FINAL OltCHAROKOF / 1M1. Good wakb1Denditlcnl. Tim Nep .. ihoppins, Til tIKt

In bout FOR DETAILS strike.In ADMINISTRATRIX Md en* half HolMiyi paid, 'Tnt MOoAlNtll
inovmf your .pon... Our edvaHiwri fhent tool 1 Redroem,
the hearing Tuesday the Notice I IS firby (iven blob I have 5-Butinett Oppi. Hospital" plan Apply in pants I bath home tueellent Condi)
flld my mil return at Admlnltlraflntf ,.. I'ulfw ,Induatrie.tunnylend .
BRT contended the railroad has 0' th. 0.!.!. CHARITY' AD Need 55 IllIG be ....."01 Oey I,eilllCwnly. lion ticiptlon.l' Ruy
bison. OtIC....... 11.1 I lava bNm hound NMMI NoDso lord It MARLOWE AND BECK
P.,"o"," to' DulrbutiM end roc 1111 .;:.r W'menlhl: Reed- aad lonal i laiWaalp ?
-" <<'' t * ** * * * PIM Ducharol' I. 11.1 M N.v.mber 'P .' 10 Collis County Noon mainlenenco, crew noellint'an NEALTONe4tJ Filth, Ave So
fi 'J r"n I1 ISM, I will I sooty to IMHMoreble } 0 loo. Ill? A IA It/Tt N for rnponilblo help
MI' .
iitei iissiIKK
R M ITANLIY C.un'yJu" tmij
t CoSRpsMeI t ttct for appointment15Salet
,. 0' Coli, Wanted : THII new J IIR home' it
< 100 Years Ago 'M approval 0' sailalr.ture.1, 12-Help "'cJt'M So IlltWYD

\ .1 lor en ens 0' dulrlbuliM and or M. .. .... : belle,
'f .
wan '" m .rn
Y *.f'< ..,.._ final, dtothOrI1a ot AdmInNlretrls' e/ Sod. Fountain. Lunch Noon. Help .N-- -Tooth-- 11 -N-o.- MI ''UIURI'I
the Gate of CRAIITY ADDIION, -
C-'f\C''l tAuOt Dec....... Itlirv eommeniurot,with alit ulemabil., .".."'.". ... .. C I'lA.rtW' ;
.,....... Ity Mult hiv I."c. end parienr* hut dour bad
< lawMW.1..Aw THE Dated Ihli 13th day of October neceiiery
____ 'u"' CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDABy 1964. pond. referenci Writ Bon UH .bl* tell Am.ric.'a, moil Pnp poems: I/4:: All.luetrc,
Collier County Ntwi. iitchon
Uord Un
..100.- d M DOLLY STOUTER Ape Dood commiitien. ear
,....-... ,.. ,.... Adm'"I.' ,.." ,. hifmshed. hapitilllton" soldy.e.tiwi lurnlihed' Trice. 121 IM N
---mm.l .- Florid Library ti HUtorUat Commission Del II It, It H.". t, ION till Coupl. 'or '.s'''otl.b''. ep.rl. sea Ma* th.uart Attains
5 MMe Civil "'.", ,...rl In "'101.. M. le lalet Miniver Inarim Chiv: Luclll Oit. Viriil MarcumNobll
lor Centennial
.... ComiaiurrOctober PUBLIC' HEAHINd do gardening. Clean pool. wirele ,.,., In* I To tlh SI N* WII ihs
'manage office and tupervlteapartment 1M" If
Arpubbtash : * * * * * .| BULKHEAD EITABLItHMENT' LINE *. Year around Only DEWEY POLLY

.' ..n.0 .. wa A public haarins will be held: by qualified need epply Air ChidoportlnMb 16-HelpA a.lsbU
:? ... th* Board of County Cemmliiioner end s..ry Write .
= 21 The Mobil Trlb" dcscnbet P>. O Son Illf ". ..
the Fed. at Ihe C..rt........ Cost Nipla, 101. pit Man REALTY
eral attack three 1'1. it 110/ o.cAM. Tunday. Includ return end picture ((41): ) hxporlonred, rin*
days ago on Milton and report that the December I. .ISM. to ceniidir.,.b Technical In<'llnatl... Oi-
Eighth Muuinppi is on garrison duty there. ....."'.", of a bulkhead, Ito' 'in com PERSON 'w fl1rt o i.;;. HS&ffKS'iSrXi.,
. ORc r : .- m'bl I "cllon .......m... .In Collier/ Co with man Tra.lnm,<,. WUIInf to :
5a.IH: .r.u:; 'lIh' T.mi.ml Trill
Plated.I Nowtouh Product Slierty
r r L aT l' :HI ., Lieutenant Colonel Spurting reports on this expedition posod tan. Ivine' In Ib. prof the toed ..."In. .. around No lake care of any of your Ml MHtFtrced

at followr: "Punuin, the order from headquarters Dn- let. N SNtion, I if Tots M. NM.. r.q'ir.d' Write Rw nce ,. trict of Wett Florida I rmbarked the t.[. Coliior"County Flarldenty leigh FA J Mt Ili MimphiiTenn I beth Cut houio onyflU'j"
on morning of the A map past of propN.dlino Wnln tr Call 0* ."* MI ".
:: Ir .
', .a 4w, 25th October, on iteam traiuporti at Barrancai, in chirp mot a.amin11 the NhalSt rib FeuetUIn Barber Stiopat

kla 1H
,,:B 144.rr+r-'I .. r u a a1el Captain. Stem: 12nd Colored Infantry was placed in .!*. ........Naotn.. Florid, Iunnrou I J jf TNt CIRCUIT COURT OF TNt Hunt.|>)i- <\1'lld.. 1 / titanMARLOWE fonl1M1locoUe.55 1

mEA Telephoto Charge of one of the transports, the Unit Deal, with 200 BOARD COUNTY OF COMMIlllONERtMireeief a TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT MI :8-1880. 18-17 it AND BECK

SOMETHING NHV-Re: idents of the District of Columbiawill infantry, with orden to proceed up th Blackwiter River (aeA: COLLIER' IN AND FOR R ALTORI
vote for president and vice president for the first time to land a force t mile below Pierc:.'. Mill, at a distance PJ W T i.itty Scott CI.SIV IN "7131 23-Mlic. For Sale MI 2 till 'h11101. t///1

in the election. from Milton 13 mile, to raft logs, which are numerous Deputy Clerk ,ALLAN FAMMI I INC
coming Bobbi Burner looks ofa M1, I how "
over a
copy .
Oct II Nov t II ItM .Mt ci "wlir ROYAL
Florid* eorperoGen a/1. HARBOR
sample ballot in the above photo. along the shore, and by other and all hit .actions to endeavor fllintilf, Sin Wt NH : sNIeHwsN."1... dial, ,, Moil .",..lIv. ? kdroorti. t

to draw the enemy upon the narrow point of landor PUBLIC MEAPJINfJBUIKMEAO DAVIT LccsS Nov.TIreb 15 .. Na bath hams on aulaland,". lot
formed LINE M H PROPERTIES, INC I ,. SPIN II N* Fft I Ifilrleanin overlooking' H.", .. Bay For
peniniula by Eicambia Bay on the west and MTABLItHMENt Florid' corporation,. and P>CTIP "marly wild al a modal. thu
East and Blackwater River the A publ 'h..rlnwIll k* held by I flONtIK end WI reildoiwa "i ..'..... III
Bay I w"
on ea.t. proceededwith the Beard of County C.mnI.Ma.lsal I FLONtIK. M* wIts ,If olixa or If L at" ...,.... ...... tll. "Ihoul. 'u,,,..,,,.. tin kipurchased orw
the other transport the Pltnler, to Peniacola, re the Courthovie,, Sol Neplea. 'dead. hi* or her unknowVM ".".. do ,...I. raawlar clue I""'. al l i Apure will b*.
Fie et II tS octack A I... gr.nl.ii *)/** | Hani. .,..IIrN low. actual coil For
miming there until late in the afternoon from thence : :.Icr-t: Itd 1paocas claim' appo nl
) up DN.mb.r /. 55A, to : any .11 er pathos NPHM Furnltur' "m.nsell Ml' 14/41 or drive
Are you Etcambis Bay and late in the night landed JOO infantryat liihmenl of a bulkhead lino In com. In/ by through under or ageinel. C. 10/21 nut in Rare) Harbor office tn4'I
KieiM" with" Chapter" IMl ...,.... 'the named a./VwenU/ and ell Pr ITS dcTitieui, Tim* made (ruiiMke .. 10/11 II
a bayou s point on the east tide of Eicambia Florid ttelutot Th* pro. I Ipoted lei' or penen* havtne or ilaimmeny Will, deliver MI tttt
thou line 'y'I"' Oovl Let I I. So*. r ghl title or ,infareit M and I* Of" M26Personal HIS el North
Pierce'i with order that the
Mill force
the Forgotten American ? oppotite lion I. Twp MS. Mango ME Col. |the pr.mltaN5ribed 1. ** hrtjowi NfW 1 bedroom I bath. Qojd
march to the head of the bayou and remain there until II. Cwoolylend.. Loll M. ... H H M. t*. t. and o'e,... Electric Uhen 1),1. I,
A"map or pl.t of the ..,._.. 'tT ., aukdiwloien of Block. I *f ly mum xirecned perch O.
The with dollar they heir cannonading on the other tide of the narrow line may ki eiemined il the of rue Unit I of NAPLES"" PARK, ecord '". Nose and Air Con lit HO
man a of land,. After landing thu force of the County Engineer or ., the fog to th. Plot thereof. recorded ,in ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS P.. down rues per month. 'nil
point Spurting procecded office of County Engineering PIss Book 4. P.O. I. of th* Pubic Man or worn** with drinkingprekiami rN ."
back with the FLuitrr, and on the following morning Inc N..I'"I flatNdurln' / regu: 'Nue.rd01 CoHwr' p.-County.....Florid.. AU''lor kelp by telling VINCE
worth 45c ? lar working' hour CONROY
Ml XIII Vwitort
(October 2d''\ having mounted the point of the BOAPIO OF NOTICE OF SUIT
w.lamed Mu05s In / / tit .
TO OUltf TITLE Partway
peninsula wai on hit way up Eat Bay or Blackwater ,SEAL)COUNTY COMMIItlONEMl ,IN THE NAblE OF THE STATtOF lit Churert A"" ., on I'hSI "Mry 1 "./
The man who's afraid River Fading to find the other transport, the Unit Deals, Mare.ret T Scat. Clerk FLORIDA Fri, alIh n.CM A.If' te every PM toot and .NO. NEW 1 BR'I"Balh
By It W ....IIy.Oel TO THE pfPENDANTtPETEN horn 'M Illh Avo sotil
eight mile below the Mill, it anon became apparent this Deputy Clerk FLONIIN one vie

for his family's safety ? Captain Sterna had faded to conform to orderi. Insteadof It Nov a l Il. .has.III. |FLONTEH. Blrt. hi*FNint wife Oajda If alive FlerM IHTalor 33-S.rvtt! >, Offered M WILLIAM T.Mfc .1 BII.ITOHi.'r'flll

landing at he waa directed: he had 111 or IN THE CI1CUIT COURT Of TNt *. or Peel Uud.rdile. Florid" .. .. r.. ;- '
gone seven : 0Neu000
".1", ..... County Florid. or it en .4 j I nine
The man left out mile too far and torn tune elapsed before the LJizi TWELFTH IN JUDICIAL AND 'P0R CIRCUIT Lid t I* hit, or Mr unknown "",. SEAVALLS inS* 'lulu "" cin.l 1 Bluroom.
till ball W.
d.vr>**> legatee, or grentee*. or C I 1,1y County
Dull wai anchored in a small mile COLtlE fOCK T.... ,
cove s or two OUN'tI **y end *H ponom orSAN claiming .o.i r.o.'o/: Sass N*

when cut the pie from the Mill. Thu. the Confederates were not inducedto NOTICE TO DEFEND Oft I IOltOI I by tltriugh under or cep1101AND Foundation Piles
they up far down from the ,. A PUBLICATION' / 'them: air ,.?.I.I, occupancy
come point of land ai Spurting had TO; Docki-AAoodng Whips properly lrnpetl"* Is r* nd 'All ....... or ......... having *r ,i./i."I 1ilu.am., pr ,..
and of
hoped, at might have been the cat had hit orderi Adoption I two t .
in ? rctd ) 'I''eleminany right Hill or ,inter Ml ADEN Automatic drydocka irh 'Immediate pot
Washington been fully carried out. Ai he approached the Unit Divli, MANYLOVS" MAIINAA' M ind t*tituale he following n Coir.r, dntr Aunty bodproperty ABBOTTRadio ,I'1.lrt.".+" ? l a."'Utl' m E\u: Duwdll.nr 0' 1111.Il

he directed Captain Lincoln Second Maine Cavalry, to til c/e Superior E ISth Avnu Window Company I F lor Ml*. n rd Read !.2" "" :::1 1'1 11'1. .
Let's have a new beginningon relieve Sterns of hit "to land Nala1 / talc M tl 511 M 'MM and "'
command with all ponible YOU ARd 'rI'1Y NOTIFIED I; of euodiyieion. 0' Block I ol l $*i i tin f y**. I CIS ,.,.. bona Nice
dispatch the 200 men on board and march direct to thai le November 3rd. MJton. 11 Lincoln been filed .|...... yeu. and pew F-Jat the FM.i in.iMl 'KOrdod try rite keat IrVo eAR rM i (> /.r ;ag A.W.I/arm
By a m.. Captain had landed the troops era r. uire* lo nrv* ..." ofyour M Seek I pap 1 o7 the of it* MU yevrroute ,.... many ahruki "'to lawn'
..... pe ,
Poll '* "< r O".f CewMy. r'raMt.M* t
I r | tot down Own
from Unit Dtr proceeded with the tltnlrr phi.*' or othir plaadind: NIN 11II hrwIH.
to FlerwJa tbt itltl
(ha PMrttw lor Adoption on Pelt.NN.rn' Pse..alAll ,. ar Ava Ne'th Ml
Pierce'i Mill and YOU end ..... al You ate Mdl 1N! } 7M4 I .
landed .
Vote Goldwater-Miller. the cavalry and battery whichI ettorney Theodor* Piaher. P.i.r" Owner er M4t Iroker* i.y.r.
1 ,
lilt MetroooKtan. Sink ButM,rg. hit tliel a "u t lo au *t ""I. M th* .,. II' 11 II
had been holding in reserve, and immediately moved Mv* dewnked orDevrly lIla been {
Miami. Florida and Ida" Ihe or g rial }! I10SINO" ,or ,,(1". HI
toward MJton." Lincoln in the meantime, after landing Amver or of pleading Circuit m the Court ellwe 000,1 NIle Mod. roeu.uiowl red lo,.w .old. .low copy are ol hereY ysarMSr.r 36-Wanted To Buy :COMiS b.dreww, 1 ball

yo but before he had taken up the march was met by a force tr'If'.u'Clerk Ihe' dy .r. November, la ISO .mplawH 1M sit tits irtMki warned 0011'hwew 15050. 1 on bedren 1000N, .I4'M5 1 NM

{ of Confederate fn i* ee decree'' COUNTY: .ito'xey. &of: ttood cenditann .. > lassos ) tor
cavalry and t skirmish ensued. Lincoln by d....... wrlbe taken agewet MARTIN. ert 1N M.MMonM* Cia'nil11 ted. ..,:"... a bile :,:r-:: "ea5
forced the Southerner down toward the Mill and beyond you for th* relief -...... 10 Ihe Iret :Ill Amiie and Bu'I.M ISO"I M.'if'I Florid.M th. .. f i tf ieavMeM to e1eppmp' sM.hues.
it on to the Milton Rood where they mad. 't, Adoption : |* ef .:. r'"> ">. Circuit I ar I kedre**. N e*. !'Ite..- .. lu cite "..1"....
a stand undercover r..rT. week ahall four b* pukli eemoev* >ed tong.: on or ketore No......*.r M e.lNn, ''n 1N" e AU 'JJ. II.- Pcar, 5/1,00/
of tome old buddingi. Then Spurting arrived "the one. to Haw 04. other*.a* Ine ollaeeMeW .eflaid 15 WrMa :: "1I"r Aas.ea1NLoNi
live week* In C*' County h.r eS ,,. ... ;
MAROAFIET T SCOTT ._.*. n< will M lekenronfeoed t1 r Mav a'"
firing wai quite rapid, and I brisk skirmish wai going on." Clerk of the Circuit art OriiiI:: :: :.

H. immediately charged with s detachment of cavalry '.' County FlorldoItFAL uh Tun nana. le.0'f:: :* 3-Auto For SeU
*eek e
which he had brought up and tucceeddd in driving the ) FIIMflAttorney ITMIODORC ...., 7unt, No** I DEWEY I'OLLYREALTY

Confederates from the budding. tor PMNNara AtEhi4 I'll Ie, ., Odtooor TOP OAO 11I..01 SANS
According to
Spurting, 1111 Metropolne Bonk Buildini I'***, I
the) Southerner "fled in wild GsnfuMon on the Milton Mom' Ilex MAXttAPiKT T ICOTTMark COLLIER COUNTYMOTORS

'S S 9r Rood At s bridge they attempted to make stand, but Ott .ItU .Ml I KiCSIK 5 ISAI.IMiMin C.cM4..asst_ 00 Oowoy Putty Meatier

ill to I them ., INS( MA.ILLINPUIr FtK toio. nW .. rernor I lil A.e No on*)
+ no purpoe. pursued through Milton) and out IM CIRCUIT COURT IMSIoea wsvs*>> Timiemi. ,...,

on the Pollard Road s distance of over ( miles capturing, TWELFTH COIL JUDICIAL I") eOWNTYITATf e"'cUIT.. 4 Pr0MY freedomM .T.rmo May ko .-It"M: Ml I I4MS

9 pruoner and wounding number. The OF FL.RIOAIM .: / r'I I lad'oaim r kem Den a*
quite a rout waicomplete. A>ne! BuiMinf wMN Nw P '" ..Nkn
> Ton Air
Their and rHANCfRYM M.*...,. r>...*. tol ,. 0.o, rend.tioner end
arm equipmenti, and everything loejELVIM Fpr PoMN, riaI=: A4C54.1tit" .., weeher Furnnned or un

hat could impede flight, were thrown ...,. There were RUTH''' TOWNtENO AND"' WIFE -... M He. t If II IH ,IJ1NOTICR .l 9 5.fur, Paw.Aed III} 11 ttt tM loll?n Ave r/
ErIl TOWNIENOPlemdo ----
Bade* lirii I .
no in my own fore; The enemy'face .
con. OP Jf" TfhTlOH) TO | tVC.
sated of s detachment of between 70 and 10 of the Oth HARVEr*( Garbs JR AND"' ItIMfl1t/ .PIClYlOU. NAMIlttr r0.0aPa. oars Sea prl 58-lott for SeU
MiatiMipm Cavalry and s irrull force of mJito." Afterwards WIFE ETHEL OAKEt. P/t.0t50 a:, IeOIWt ics Of ." _, "' .'4
NdaMITall (: il .
fearing that hit borwt were too exhausted add NOTICE> pD |UIT 111I. Oe'ISl .?'i MN that0M001 41 Tfutlit Tr ctor61T mmr thorl I0II'ul'.01..... ,from onremer
I tTAfc o FLORIDA TOI b.Newl/ni'd : mart HOUM haw
since it wat growing late. Spurting returned Milum. MAeYIY lOA. =. led ItMe
to ji AND I.u4T- 3"rble ,
WIFE .,.. fcu* Leaving the cavalry to hold thai place he went back to WMOtl 5TNll AODRIttII fI'.11. eeoeurrluprjjn&jr&re he'"r 'mac Hasp a.ie B
the tUnttt, which he ordered to be moved up to Bagdad UNKNOWNVeu '' : life Vet oome f ee*.'Of* nit seated one Alai lasso Wright.

about two miles from MJton. There he aectired: about lit" ..e.ore be*Hereby* fled, notrfiod..._ M.f TM LTD The ohj .., ., Vo.. one Pet. ape ) : I'OLLYREALTY)
rev m
11.000 board feet of lumber The i*>. ....... eotitiod. lad. od you ere *u II a'. ,IIK ">'" phi e*** owner.. turr axe IMCtil .
r, 1 following morning, the booby reew.rod M _.* .0.a *..>.. of..u 1 Union pickets were taken, and the 11.",,, moved the trffl ellacor wbo o no*. *.d N' ..,, _Vempoer-y iMekKwi
five "d the up drew eppeer b*,- /- ....... : 1
to MJton ... eiplodiag idea E5 f -
and belief thutap.doa d**MMN d *..r M pit b N..eMr 44-Mobil... Homes 0411 D..y folly Miirler
are planted M the river to obstruct its plfM m eerf e.4. abPr W o1NNo If M 4 II '... Can., lM Av. Ne esd
passage r.u
deixered M yo berw m on or Na r/Nmi. Tn.I,
by booia. At Milton, trrml flat-boats were before Aoember' III* "D IM4MeroHi e.NN/
secured: sod M .. i il' Hooto Tech.o <* a. LUIIL .
the ferry screw the river wai destroyed' A of P. led be .entered t or doooo. p>* t- TS./ ..... d N Merr ___ be cute, Make Meet hur' Pr lMl ',-,1 ... Pdjq A.SE -
quantity ***>*t ye. of .. C....." ,
commissary and /M ...::"0 preyed "M IM MM N M lba CbSS 000,117, .>.;''' .A.4 t- N sit I.l.o
qvaittfmatter Korea, 200 bttoheb of con demMOMT1. e ,. d/Nqa.C.e1N.Nr CeNbyN 1 P.M. Reg Reol Eit.to

and meal sod c naid rabie barn and beef were" captwed. paw.J' awl 04 NordN NAPLESl&e.4C. : LTD .> ltn. .m V Nn N.i o
GOLDWATER Since there was no mesas of Waarportiat tKn food stuf fa, wit M fit my Mortgage ka4 e.<1 *..o Mel Ak t.N 11. :i"= Adis I j 1 45-T>ei>.ft f 01 ientTrarior 59-Acreag

all were" detuoyed. Comaderalile twrpUte rdaaace, sccevtermctitt MJ M-d ,...Writ OoWl.A FH *,e, ......
and !horse PM* ltd O IM* NwRR. ""'*. ho*** M>. ttt dIy : M we* wrl TV,
FOR eqaipmcntt were" alto dottroyed. uA.o>"tr.r _SCOTTbefw ;:.. l..4areen |lt a..a IPMO: K I H acre tract IIM down on*)
Several hone sad mulet were captoved. having completed ''CLlII"':-t C....... ...... .-) oj..k C>M* fr.iier l>..awe M par month No... mtereotMM
StA1Ir tMen* I 'hMltorfViii Ci, mile from OetdeM
PRESIDENT COMMITTEE ke snitason, Spurting maimed to Barraacat taw. moramg.i M jr eiertOHOMOTV "AG'LL : MoowiocsWWKIUMI 4oUApr For ... r 0osa Ooen Svndly. CotCounty
Kent I ., flN
// N OroaolyAttorn Reelty
$ AND TAYLOR. I .. : .
N IH.' Adv N.OMO. Po00 rlde. 4 Ml frM*** "Avenue' ** tout SABLE 8IIOKt AFT i- .. Of ..to I... .Clot,
Read the Want Ads Artoroey ff ,. .. '.. ". .. k1 N NI
0a/ s. it tin. it 4 anil. ::;:M 't"11' //1N .Ir, leislit H I '
FHi; ;
NN/y Mite A. I '" a M1 4M 1P

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12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i. Ft. fhur.d.y O Iob.r 74 1964


NAPLES, inc.

In 5 Short Years




14th and 15lh boathouse with a covered opacity now of 93 covered
slips, each with their individual lockers "
We still have 16 open slips available in addition to all our large dock
area with its telephone, electricity, water, and Cable TV hookup. ,
Our plans call for the continuing development of our 3800 ft. of 1
waterfront we want to grow at Naples grows. "' k'L


hat done beautifully, We started out with 28 boats in our 5500 sq. ft. dry
..eat" storage left. This summer we over-filled 26,000 iq. ft. and now hay.LIo' .
plans to have another 9,600 sq. ft. ready this March. This kind of confidence -
... on the part of Naples boatmen and car owners Is most gratifying.
4" '. Wo have tried very hard to bo careful with our customer's equipment to

justify this trust.
... ..
,'.dr'.,. .... ..: "' 4,. ".


the point where it Is now a very important segment of our business. It Is our aim to offer good selection of quality supplies for the Greater Naples
Community.It .
Is interesting how demand has directed the expansion of our acces series business. In addition to the normal marine supplies such .as hardware
paints, fiberglass, fishing tackle, life jackets, and line that one w ould normally expect in a Marina of this type, wo have gone Into a numberof
additional departments. Boating shoes for ladies and men were adde d first, followed by medium-priced ladies sportswear, nautical bags of all
sties, skin diving equipment and compressor, simple tools, mooring ships and electric boat hoists, nautical gifts, and navigational Hems. Finally, we
have added quality seashells and other related, marine specialties.


both fishing, and skiing, has now been expanded; to a twelve foot sloop Y
with mainsail and jib. We looked a long time before we settled on this 1"_ {rr
sloop as we were looking for a reasonably-priced hull with leg room for ""
adults. She has already proven herself.



Outboard Power---WE LIKE MERCURYbecause -

the engineering, power, fuel economy, and endurance cannot be
challenged Yes, Mercury Is the largest selling outboard motor on the mar
ket. From 3.9 to 100 horsepower Sound engineering has made the 1965
Mercs the quietest outboards you can buy.
Inboard-Outboard Power we are dealers. for Mercrulser, Volvo,
Eaton-Interceptor. These three makes are the field MerCrulser has over
94 of the market with the percentage increasing relentlessly.


counter the depredation of existing. wild specimens, we obtained a "
State permit to dig and hatch young loggerheads during the summer
last season, we released 1 1500 and this yar about 1000. Recently, the Fed
eral government flew in young green turtles from Costa Rica for Boat Havento '.
grow and release in the Collier area. "
Our large turtles often attract as many as 300 people per day to view
these fine specimens at close range. We feel that this display also creates
Interest In the conservation of the turtles on the Naples beaches. '



are always swamped as our patient customers will confirm. h Is simply
""'" a case of taking your work to the busiest men to get the fob done. Our
t t ; fine mechanics have training in Mercury, OMC motors, MerCruisen, Interceptors *
and Volvo. In addition to lathe work, our men handle fiberglassand .
quality wood work.RECENTJJ3AT .


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