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: November 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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11 County Turnout Predicted For TueVte I+i MnYxr I


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lfsIc* men for both partle A ear#II.l Bay .rUg*

predict istrer Edna a he.m( rib turnout Santa and note Reg SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1964 20 PACES 10 CENTS 411 YEAR .NUM ,

that man "ers have taken eut -
absentee ill, Drevtous cle inn, ,

The count !hu 8,508 voter And We Love Itl!
reg. Gruelling Crazy Sloppy--
Istered for election.
Tuesday's Around
I. I City ding \ I

Polls wtU be open at all U
county precincts from 7 a.m. to > Fall Ot Shy
7 p.m. Tuday. No alcoholic Mt' (
beverages will be sold or served Rock And Roll

during Voter those interest hours.primarily resti The Wor Buggies OfjytfARowDuwjrt&jutivity ,!I

In the U. S. Presidential race In Naples .
between Democrat Lyndon B. slumpcB ttj} week,preventing
Johnson and Republican Barry M. the sixth
October from being I
Goldwater. There are contest KHARTOUM Sudan (AP) -
Communists have emerged as consecutive month to top the J
for U.s. and
governor Senator the most powerful single fore million-doll*r ms rk In new con'
Congressman 13 state constltu.
tlonal amendments fib In the Sudanese dvtlUn govern ruction..
a county
Ir.ndum. and a wrlteJn candidacy merit which took office yester. Today In 'Mile 0' Mud' Building Official Ben Pinks
by a Republican county Judge day, closing the books on rii ton signed only two permits lathe
candidate to add to the Interest. years of military rule. k final week adding only $17,
County voters turned out 72 Ahead was the task of rstor. 300 worth of new building to
per cent strong for the last log order swept aside during 10 .. the previous total. For the
presidential election In 1 60.ABSEN'J'EES days of rioting in which mobs Tb week
of *Swamp Dum end will month, the building office! Is*
wen cut down by waves
come to a roaring, aplathlng,
sued 49 permits representing
machine fin from turreted
muddy climax today with the 16th
Mrs. Santa reports that 317 armored cars and scattered b1Yoll.y. annual running of the "Mil. '0Mud. $906.310 In new construction.
The 10-month total for laM
county voters applied for ab. of tear gas bombs.At ."
least SOpersoni were killed now stands at$11.925,'J8CI.Each
sentee ballots, and 226 had been Promptly at 1 fjo. I record
returned as of Friday afternoon. and more than 200 wounded. breaking field of about Cbu 1s* dollar added to this total sets
Those ballots arriving at her at. t will leap away baarieeofbsck. a new yearly record. The old

flee by no later than 5 p.m. Monday COLOMBO Ceylon (AP) -A breaking run wltti glory and a record of $9,589,701. st to
will be accepted for count day after presenting creden. hare.. rt II.BOQ In climb prlre. 1969 was surpassed August.
tog. Those returned after the eats, Cecil B. Lyon, new V.s. waltfns lot wofirs.| Two commercial permits
deadline will be rejected.) A totalof ;Ambassador to Ceylon chad a 4 ,Aa anticljpaleit (jrp M of 8,000 highlighted Octobers buUdtne
195 absentee ballots were cast burglar out of Us bedroom. will watch driver of the roar. activity. One was the $384
In I960. Police are Investigating the log monsters try to snatch away 000 Peach Club Howl penthouae
Mrs Leroy Wenzel local Re. incident the championship from Tony Car.
addition. The other was
publican campaign director and mo of Immnkale last year's wing
member of the party's state ex. s leg, ll X 1Str. winner The track l. located one a $110,000 foundation prmk
ecutlve committee, predicts an MIAMI (AP-The Fidel Cas. mil east of the airport( on Radio for t th Gulf Shore Plaza, a
"exceptionally heavy vote"Tues. tro government has signed a Road. shopping center plained m the
day. She points to the large num. long term commercial agree Several *4 M f. ),ur, .*, will in. northeast comer of Banyan and
ber of absent.voter ballots, and ment with East Germany cover. dud, s r'grudgeM rice between Gulf Shore Dlvds., across from
the 13 per cent Increase In the log the supply of Cuban sugar to Mayor Archie Turner and Eher. the beachfront Low annl1ll
registration rolls In the last flve the Communist European nation Ifs E. A, '"Doug'* Hsndry and a Perk
months, as Indications of high voter and other ImporMxport Items, Powder Puff Derby, he wildest Construction of the shopping
Interest In this election. Havana Radio ups race of an. four girl this year center's first three buildings
"I believe there Is more Interest Th trade pact that will be are competing for the title of will not be underuken \l'tu.r-
In this election than In any effective until 1970, was signedby Powder Puff Queen a role won
within my memory," Mrs. Wen. Cuban President Osvaldo last season by Ana Duets ofNapl late winter. Developers took I
Ml said Dortlcos and the chief of an east r I **. out a foundation parrnit at tads I S ,
Harold Snowball, chairman of German delegation visiting Ha. Judges for led races M well time apparently to head off any I
the Democratic county execuUve van, the broadcast said Friday as the contest for"beard king1 possibility thlr plans could be
committee, forecasts a turnout In night.In an Judge Richard Stanley State disrupted by a later change ;
excess of 70 per cent Tuesday. accordance with the Inter Senator Elmer Friday and Dor. In the commercial sorting' of f' .
Those who choose to "sit out" national sugar policy of the Cu. w wood Striyhorn of fort Myr the shopping comer prc' *ray.
this election because of dlspleas.ure ban government sugar ship Flnlunon signed 11 permits
with candidates for both ments under the trade agree. BEARD TIM? for
starts, adding up
sides, should realize that some. ment will be only for East Gar. Twnty4wo Naples men have $240,2 of estimated' *
one must be elected he noted. many' Internal consumption.; entered the beard euniest and,.. to eon t tI
"The Jaycee* should be givenu11Cyedl No other details of the agree. tween Mau the majf Who had. i at 'ucotnn. Tire commsreUI ,
{ 19T lbeltEetoutlhq.Tot. ", arsni.-wersgiwa M) tae broad grown the best'beard will M permitstetfled $928.000, 10 \
campaign," Snowball' de. east. earned. Immediately following, streratlons-addtrloru $30JMQ, t
dared. feature race, the winner will be on* public works $31,049,30 I
Political observers In Florida Dual King" miscellaneous and
VATICAN crrr (AP) The Lwh1r crowned "Swamp : $31,938,
regard the Johnson. ioldwater view of progressive prelatesfor and the cnairp will tak* the three docksse.wslls for $T,
contest as close in this state, a restudy of th* Roman ALL SMILES now but wait until Sunday Afternoon when Mayor Archie" 'wamp Buggy Queen on a wacky 675.
so U appears every vote for el- Catholic Church' position on Turner ( I) and Sheriff K A. Doug llondry tanjflt in n special swamp buggy muddy rid over the world' In the final week Rutenberg
ther side will be vital. sex in marriage will prevail lace with no holds barred I Each maintains ho will bury the other in the sticky contest raceway (Ed nudes The Construction Co. took out a
over their conservative col. 2-foot BOO in the rare truck! Old belle (c) places: heY confidence In Sheriff queen was named last night. toe permit for a $14,000 residence t.I
BURNS HOLLEY late for this tdlth..oIthefi/t'NI./ )
leagues, Ecumenical Council (NEWS photo) Drive for
620 Una
Another key contest Is the Saturday.The Ilendry Sheriff Ilendry. who ban been at Spring
sources predicted lu). Swuvt*. Nassau pools
governor race between Democratic debate ended 1. official Matter alnc the
nominee Haydun Burns of after the council'* 2,100 race were inaugurates 14 rears will Install $3,300 swimming
Jacksonville and Republican prelates Friday had heard both aids of ago will *gal*. :tin flag. pool at the home of E, W.
Charles Holley of St.Petersburg. the controversial subject whichIs Marco Development Key Factor I toveU Meadar, hwpjrn ** the > How*, 614 Fifth Avenue North
Both won their places on the Nov.' part of a major schema on "Vote* of Swamp Bugfy fey" I
ember ballot with victories In world will be master of ceremonies
modern problem
the May primaries. The winner presiding over the loudspeaker Election Causes I
will replace Cov. Farris Bryant Month For system. I. A. Row will b*. In the \
who is constitutionally Ineligible NEW DELHI, India (AP) Best County Building pit. to line up the buggle County Commission ,
to succeed himIf.Florida' Student riot* In India mush '
senior V S. senator roomed today Into a leftist fROM Di'TAHT'rarw To Delay Meeting
Spessard Holland, Is opposed by backed assault on Prim Minis The Collier County\ Building Building Official' Cart Clem $1,000 In alttration to a com. CM He* la the race *U1 com
Republican Claude R. Kirk,In another ter Lai Babadur Shastrt's trou. Department Closed out its bert mer signed\ Si rldntlal per. menial bull|lnf la North Naple' *. from places a* far away a* The first monthly meeting 'I
statewide race that may end bled government. month othe year, Issuing mils, with a ".estimated con.structlon Msrdls Bmion I* making s Tent. DavidCrowellofAAJIck*, of the Count 7 Commb.1on sche
up being rather close. Congress.man Report from the eastern city $847,303 worth of permlt.dUr1nc cost of JM,003. 8*.. $),$($ *d>tlton to an Immokal Tsias, a suburb>> of Houston I* doted for Tuesday -election
Paul Rogers se.. a fifthterm of Bhubanewar Indicated at October. nteen commercial permit to. resident. W.L Crawford U fine of the outHif.tat *ntrant*. day will be postponed tams day
against Republican challenger least half of Ortssa State has More than half of the total filed $375.&tl, two hoteUmoUl building I house in Immokale For the first Urn* U th* his. and will b held
John D. Steel in the Sixth been hit by looting and arson. was accounted for by Marco 916,134, nine III.rltlonl.-ddl. for U.I80. Fred Tat /Is buildIng toy of the elastic race,th*.vent November* on Wednesday,
District, a giant land mass that Police stations, government "land Development Corp., which lions $12,438. Mol since mil.collaneou a welding shop al PaollU, will b* filmed for& vIMoa.NDCwill 4.1rmssion.
Includes Collier Lee, and set building and the homes of offU took out permit for 21 model $10,139. near the east county line, for film the race for lilt Milt of the October
era! east coast counties. dale have been attacked. home, yacht club and a water Intro Island led the areas $2,992. lUlarlopullronti build. year on their fretwork' series, public hearing on the Count,'.
There is a long list of in. plant during October. with $47 ,4Z] worth of n*.tMUIng. > IA< at ImI1l at.*. Sports in Actlo: "lturtlkuU salinity lln wh ali was
opposed Democratic state and 100 Cast Construction total In the un. IramokAie cooilructUM 11,400tltouM I berg, the producer eau filmed a scheduled for the first meeting
al candidates many of them BERLIN (AP) Cr. Incorporated part of the county amounted to $142,341, North Na. inter of TV series U Collier In November has been poet.
incumbents, who will poll a (torn.pllraentary man authorities strengthened .o Ur this year I* $3,714,011, pies $132,73, East Napi' ** Our Camermen County ponsd until the November 10
vote of varying .Ize. security along the Berlin Wall considerably ahead of last year' M,3M, ...*,. '01111I, "tin. Sis lick** window will be la meeting Administrative As*
depending on voter pleasure. Saturday guarding against at. comparable figure of $2,137,111. Oolott Cat $..500, and Isl** Will He There operation this year to IIIlureQulc1er anus Khys Natty announced.
tempt by East Berliner* to Building activity I I. October a of Capri UU8.MlDC" eervlc at the track! en. was
7Ae'hearing postponed
WRITE-IN DRIVE the of the amounted to only\ 23 modal homes are 'e MtWf trance
escape in confusion: year ago Tuesday' /u of In order than Commissioner
One of these officially "unop authorized vUltlng period for |7.U. to'be"'built U Unit I of Marco will contain full ptctur.teverage Member of th* Civil Air Pa.
posed" candidates U Incumbent West Derllners. B"clllllbdt"lI1on&n are*east UR of Sunday's buggy tease, the trot will N on hard to aaalst A JC.Hancock might snendJUn
f ounty Judge Richard M.Stanley. Five gap hive been opened > tJljtii! road rang north from Saturday parade, and ,:rownlng Iii parking car*. Then MIl be M cock ls recuperating from surBig .
Republican Murphy Comb has temporarily In the wall tor th* till crossroad to the villsf Of the queen. Watt n mi U, charge for arUII(. girl'
conducted a write-in campaign 14-day period during which Wed Weather Review of Marco. Four ol the house
In op ot U ion to Judge Stanley. Berliner have been authorized art of tram construction, on*
Combs and three other Repub. to visit relative\ In the Comma- M... his. Ral brick veneer, and 17 coecret
Urea would-be candidates were nlst.ruled part of the city. Orl 21 5 n 900 brick veneer, and n eoiwret I
ruled off the ballot by a circuit With thre hours after the IM 21 I. U Iii block Estimated: building coals
judge because of a filing./ Ir. entry gates wrapendSlunla7 Oct. 21 */ II .... rn* from S,040 to I&I.US, ,'
regularity last Ma,. about 40,000 person were 27 $1 n .tk411 wit u average of $I2,42
County voters will decide Oct. U other activity during the
checked <
through by red bo' trruardlo a. II U'Oc'
Justice of ( week of October, WUIUm ;
whether Immokale B wa tile second day final\ ':
the Pe A. W. Hancock should of th. visiting period which n U M U' B. Aon too out a permit fora ,
get a salary raise from $7.500 extends Oct. M un.." $10,000 residues at "0,1..
until Nov. 12.WASHINGTON .
ti 000. pea K>99>.t* ey Csr'..ti.l 0." _. South. C.'. WTJson will cask*
Some of the II proposed con. I'tt

stttuttooal amendments are (AP) prfl. ,.t
r, lutin, but others have prk4 dent Johnson, reporting "..ide.
quit a bit of interest. spread com 1aAc." with the Precinct Locations
Amendment Ito I proposes a new Civil Right Law, says *
4-i-Mnator Unrepresentative .1* being obeyed la thoee area
pUll tor reapporttoning time Mate when u wa beueved there
le< 11 per cent of the people to electMortty : ." Registered ItV
I la tile House and 11 During a eanpalg top U
per cent to elect a Senate ma. Chicago Friday, Johnson r*. .
jortty The proposed redUtrtrt. leased a survey of SI title* of E\rrgUdM. City 1111. 257
tot ha* coo under Indirect firs more than 80,000 populatta lathe 2-Isles of Capri Loach otfk. 2., ,,-
'n.. the' UA Supreme Court II Mate whir do act have 3--GoodUnd, Tur IM Sittrs. 112
and direct Ore from "OM. wI, their on pubtM **oa*>oda.UoMlaw .. 4-Marco, Church of God parsonage. 74
on*.vote" proponent* nth*UrgeXtttt *. -I"apt.. fire station 1,108
'-. **. Th* report wa* nbmitt4 to 6-SapU. Methodist th.rch. 1.213:
Amendment N.. t would sub. Joho tit Leroy' Cotliu, |fc* 7-Chokoleekt.. 8mllvod's More. '68C'opeland. I'
stttut tile present seveiwnenibsr former Honda governor who t* 18
Board III Control tel H br du. director of th* Community R*. fee CyMtM office 1
-ation) *ttean.amtwrBoar4 Utum Served sUbtlh4 by 9-Ochope*, sottth sill *)f ('5 41. 4 ai Recent Term of th* Prsent *. th of post offke. N.
board expire at the ***** loNspl. Church ./ Christ. I.WS. Ii' 7--

time every bur ,ar.. Term II-Ieur-ohl.. J....... '"** IVaec office, 1.109.,
of the proposed board **uM b* EUit 61 $. a" at the Naples SenlorIligh
tat.c I 12- KaiMef AiMtiea ltfr*> KIBITZERS JUNIOR 'TYLE I" the political rally
saves teen **4 suffered term so IS I -North' ( flu *t4io t, IM. &Chl.ol too young' 1" ,oln the pl jh school atdnt'no too young' to

that M *oily agir eM seat member's year.AjftenlBeniNe. -Hut N.ii'Ifa nat Ia. 1l6l6 ; rote. b1t oM ..oath to ask "What'4 't .labout"" And thl'Y will be a lot
wos .4..*$ ..*that Y -. apka Palr .=( .//" .. 163. t .tdf' before' they .dlntaJld .U .h""lnllCau 01 this polltH'11 world,
T II IfTI 16-f..kaJe.. old Cotrhr ..tic.. 616.W ( NEWS photo)
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H 2 COlliER COUNTY NEWS N.p''l-.. H*.. Sufttfey NvwnW I I. ,144 Speaking of helping hands, Views '
Mildred Cooke Is the chairman FEA Voices

of the City's Beautification
.,,:, .::. :. : :: Committee and along with her

I :! r' and arduous shrubbery and efforts prune In all to Everglades of plant the!,reef fertilize -. On Key Amendments

D. SMITH ?; Y4 she feeds the fishes in the tisb

.. _. pond, complete with a miniature Die Florida Education Association amendments make the same per.missive .
tor 4
waterfall,she designed and at its fall meeting of theooard provision approved
(Ed. note--The NEWS had Route #29 plunged across the helped build on downtown of directors in TaUa.ha5see counties In 1958 and 15 oounU
and Into the lee ID 1"1. and extend to 8 other
hoped to run a feature story highway mangroveswamps Broadway.Hurricane, uiunlmoualy" endorsed
counties a local option! for an appointive -
die side amendments
today on sponge boats writ- on opposite Isbell knocked out five onstltutlonal
ten by Mrs. Smlfh but we of the roM Darkness had fallen the lights that shone on the ceiling with education which art county school superintendent.

ran out of space. The article and it was raining. Mrs. pool, u well as the waterfall on the ballot Tuesday. The board to Amendment No. IS,permission

will appear Tuesday or Johnson was traveling amod- fountain. However 48 hungry vuued vigorous opposition which -lltnln. to Sarasota County to allow real

Wednesday, along with more erate speed. which wu Indeed fish some as large as six inches Amendment No. 4 school fund. property taxation for school pur.
from fortunate for suddenly the ValIant be fed. des the permanent on first $2,000 assessed
news Everglades). long, must The board took action on the poses
compact auto could not be Early every morning Mildred amendments for reasons value, moving $6 oc: Homestead
A near tragedy was averted steered. Equipped with power brings hard rolls and bread and cltedi Exemption yo.thhlspolnttThlg

r>y the quick thinking of a wo- steering which apparently the fish eagerly leap to catch Amendment No. 2, to permit a proposal to amend the Home
man driver. Mrs.McBeth John- ceased functioning the car the bread crumbs. Al' was longer term for the Board of stead Exemption by shifting Its

on and son Kit Allen age 7, could not be controlled Mrs. well In Flshvtlie's small pond Control of the University Systems application from zero to $2,000

en route to Chokoloskee on Johnson stated that she knew until "they" came-me Intruders w1 The proposal to permit the LsB 5' to that it would apply beyondthe
she would skid If brakes were from out of the sky. Much lature to establish a term for first $2,000 and on the next

rUELJC NOTICE applied since the pavement was larger and fiercer than the +t Board of Control members long $5,000 would apply to Sarasota
of Sara.
County only. people
four years
wet from the drizzling rain. er than the present
small flsnes they were hungry of nine years sole County have already voiced
REQUEST FOR BIDS She steered the car straightand up a
7 DOOR SEDANSNotic. for the bread the fish consumed derived directly from the approval In a referendum vote
it h.r.by liven th.t the managed to keep it upright was
black In amendment. The
dally. They were provided the
the McDonald
Ronrd of County Comml..ion.,.. recommendations of
the It
,III., County will rc.iv* .*.Ied. on course took with fierce eyes and a raucous Report of 1863 evaluating PEA board unanimously endor
b ,U .t 111. Courthouse. out Nj across the road and Into the in lid approval of this amendment.
'ft. AM TUMv voice and they numbered w higher education problems
Nol.mb.Nifc10M. mud
1 far the fol and mangroves. Florida. The TEA urged its sup.
J rcur141m194Srn.wu'( I "Door. I.d.n Neither Mrs. Johnson nor six.They were thieves too. They A POLITIC RALLY "ith all the fanfare speeches and banners, was! port as a good move In strengthening .

,H.cns'Ih tht IM'following whMlb,minimum.'.. a cyl...*elfl 170 Kit was hurt other than shock leaned over the fish pond and sponsored Fndamorning; at the Naples Senior High School rn students public education at the unl- Hoffman Named
plcmnt onf In* manual and surprisingly enough there snatched the crumbs from the in the governiutiit classes under the direction \Villi.un run- veralty level.Amendment,

,lth PMd pro tran.mlssNn hlr' A tffrott SOX13,.tirt dlreclional was no extensive damage when mouths of the smaller.helpless ningham Instructor. Speakers from left included : Judie Smollan, No. J, extension ol
It volt /.loclroc.1.y. l lim the car was pulled from the the limits! for earmarking motor
.1.n.l. Sales
forwardin Bill behalf President
., color olf.whll. Thr will fUh. They were so Danettc Faerber, and Spingler speaking in of vehicle licensing: revenue for ManagerFor
b. I.d. in 01 three (3)) nil Ford swamp. their demands for food they Johnson' campaign; Brad Unkeless at podium master of ceremonies ; FEABoard
.P.''con 9 door **dn* on the above The wrecker was called from school financing The
toppled into the pool and frightened and Rick Johnson Jim Willis and Buzz Ritchie in behalf .
unlli Trod in* may b* sent *t the speaking endorsed this amendment because 'Michigan'WILLIAM
County Govrnmnt Health Cinl.r 0prtmnt, C Naples County, Ted Bonsrd's Gulf station at the ooor fish to the bottom of Senator Goldwater's campaign The students will hold an "election"Monday. the extension of time for
wh d*< dunne .ul.r work say,.. Carnestown. and It was out on stow where they daned to andfro' (NEWS photo) the earmarking of motor vehl.

pun hour, .lest Side discount should lot indicate Fdrl list' Job. FearIngthetklewhldhwas ( frantically to find a hidIng cle license fees for public
notuy t.. .I.. lred..ln .llow.nc. rising) would come up over place from the shlney-black schools capital outlay projects
.nd net eric to County Lack bid., the care Ronnie Wardell was vertlse through of the Is Important In view of the fact
flti mutt submit t 1% food tutu monsters.All many Got Your Bill Yet?
dcootit m the mount of their bid called to attempt to pull the has been solved at leastto news media on a national ba- In a rapidly growing state It Is

Th.elect) Board,.nv *ni reserves) .n!! bid the. right to auto out on the road with his some degree-Mildred now sis, then the confusion suns Important to continue helping
HOARD Of "land rover," equipped witha "\v1iere counties provide much needed
COUNTY COMMISSIONER feeds the six crows from extra Everglades or
'LAU' four wheel drive. Using a food she brings, and many times the Usuegets real 4 Per Cent Discount If school buildings.
Minaret T. Scott. CI.kIIv 2 which he they A section from State Depart
long. attached
R. W. ...lIy. rope take their hard roll and"dunk" ly snafu when northern visitors ment of Education Release on
O.ouly Clerk to the front axle of the It In the fish pond to soften It. come to town and look for the
N. I IV" .311 School Capital Outlay AmendmentNo.
small auto and the front bum- Sometimes lose their balance big ships of Port Everglades.Mayor .
they Three, October, 1964, states
per of the "land rover", he and fall Into the pool Cecil Drake could not Taxes PaidCity This Monthreceiving that (0 Florida counties have rt

Title Companyof brought it out on the first try while they are "dunking" their be reached as to whether the celved a total of $166,498,000 In

A good driver and*good neigh bread. The fish still dan about City is In favor of the changeor revenue certificate proceeds to
Naples bor saved the day. to find a place to hide but according not. However a spokesman of Naples and Collier tax: remittances the meet their school constructionneeds
Ronnie seems to be always to their benefactress for The Rod and Gun Club County tax office remind property first of this week. City tax since November, 1953.

ABSTRACTS ESCROWS on the spot when he Is need they are becoming more accustomed stated that the change would be owners they wU receivea bills were mailed to out-of- Florida ranks third among the

TITla INSURANCE edl| During the eye of Hur- to the presence of the I great help In their business four per cent promptness town owners last Wednesdayand states In rate of growth and an.
134 Prk StMl ricane It he and discount if their taxes residents Fri- tlclpates a continuing annual In.
2.MS* Isbell was huge black Intruders from the to straighten out their guestson they pay to Naples
the "land rover" who lent a other world. the proper location of Everglades during November. day. crease of approximately 50,000
W. J. helping hand to the Smith fam- County Tax Collector AP.Ayers At the county office Ayers pupils per year These pupils will
H.,..., stranded mailed his bill alto notes that 1965 license require during the next decade
lly on Everglade tax out
The Rod and Gun Club officially -
.r, (i) CHANGE NAME? almost 1700 new classrooms an.
'1.. Shores In s drowned out A movement has started In opens November 1. the middle of last week, and he tags will go on sale one month nually. The proposed AmendmentNo.

Pr.e Rambler. Everglades to change the name However they have opened with reports receiving some pay- later than usual because of the 3 wU extend this capital C. HOFFMANThe

from Everglades to EvergladesCity. a skeleton crew to provide ments already. Customarily Legislature's six-year plan to outlay program an additional 17
It seems that there is facilities for N.B.C.Television about 65 to 75 per cent of city move expiration dates from years through 1999 and based on appointment of William C.
and taxes are paid in January to July one month at expected pupil Increase the extension .
a great deal of confusl&n. as crew. Stuart Shuiberg I* the county Hoffman as sales manager of
the vast "Everglades" stretch director for N.B.c, and well November when the discountIs a time. will provide counties with Michigan Homes in Collier
_/lcMry G/ftfrlteSer t from Lake Okeechobee throughthe known In Everglades highest. Prescient tags expire January an estimated $340,000,000 for County has been announced by
City Tax Official Cert Pinks- 31 and new will on school buildings during those 17 Letcher sales direct
INDUSTRIAL' DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL farm lands of Homesteadand They returned to Everglade tags go Wlglngton,
after the ton said he expects to start sale the next day. Car own- years; If growth exceeds expec. tor of the Fort Myers based
through Collier County. last Sunday evening tatlon funds avaUable will In.
"11 Ml 2-3696 t 1175 Pine St. Naples, Fla. Historically the Town of Everglades filming of the airboat races. ers will have until March 20 crease proportionally. residential Opening this builder coming week ofMlchlgan'l
obtain 1965
dates back to the coas This week they filmed the area to plates Ayers Amendment No. 4, permission Naples sales and con.

tal mound dwellers more than of Ochopee's "back country", Census Forms says to spend principal of state school strurtion offices in the former
INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE one-thousand years ago. It Is where the alrboat Is king. This Tags for 1965 will display fund for capital outlay on behalf offices of Ad Miller t Associ.

oft-times said that WS. Allen Is the country where the frogs MailedTo the colors of St. Augustine of state universities, lunlor aces at the comer of Fifth Avenue .
BUY BONITA Vf founded the Town of EvergUdes grow big and they are spear: Being celebrating its 400th annlver colleges, and public schoolsThe and Sixth Street, South was
,, ssry next year The plate FEA board of directors urged defeat ,kalso announced. .
the from : .
SPRINGS and name Everglade was e4 ; fast-flying *
BEAUTIFUL ATIRFRONT of this amendment because
will be with ,
ON 50 !FT CANAL JUST SOUTH OF IMrERtM.IVCR.: 'used! a*early as 1880. In 1923 < Winner of. the alrmt.f0e* Farmers reddish-brown numerals the Interest from the principal Hoffman .Joined MicJUcaQHomes

6 FT OP WATER AT LOW TIDE TO THE GULP. 1,000 Collier County was established of Oct. 25, Raymond Wooten bright yellow treat- of this fund has, throughout the In Naples as assistant
ft, LIVING SPACE. 1100 PT. UNDER ROOP. ONE YEAR by the Florida State Legislature la the "tar". of the film on Questionnaire for the 1964 ed with reflectorlzed paint. years, been given to the State sales manager In July. He has
OLD. $15,900. fURNISHID. 14,WO. UNFURNISHED. from Lee County and It "frogging" from an alrboat. Census of Agriculture are now Collier County's shipment arrived of Florida for the exclusive use previously gained distinction as
FINAMCINR rM BE ARRANGED. SEE PAUL OR JAKE was In this same year that Wooten was elected vlce-pre- being mailed out to farmersand here some time ago. of public schools The Constl.tut statewide leader In home and lot

Everglades was Incorporated.Many ldent of the Alrboat Association ranchers of Collier County Ayers said the state probably Ion presently prohibits the -Sales _
< of the people who deal Tuesday. Son Richard Agriculture Agent Don Lan will lose money in license spending of the principal of this Before locating Naples from

2-3471 P.O. Box 121 In services and products ad- was elected a director. der reported yesterday. tag revenues because of the fund for any purpose whatsoever Pennsylvania In 1961, Hoffman.
North Trail Bonita Springs, Flo. The form are expected to shift In expiration dates from "The principal of State School was engaged in building and development
work for 17
I' reach the farmers within a few January to July. Winter visitors Fund shall remain sacred and In. years.
days. This will allow them a staying in Florida for the violate" The board noted that Michigan Homes reports al.
most 100 homes sold In Naplessince
season have six-month Malcolm B. Johnson, writing in
period of time to consult their opening of models In The
1964 business records in orderto Florida tags In the past but the Tallahassee Democrat,stated Moorings In 1963. Wlglngton
thaI "When
answer question on the they won't have to when the State the federal Florida became a said the firm continues to lead
forms before census enumerator tag expiration date here Is deeded It the 16th section of ev. Independent builders In Lee

begin calling to collect moved to the summer he ex- cry township ((640 acres out of County. A total of 11 furnished
the forms. Best estimate for plained. each 10,240-acre block)for public Michigan model homes are displayed

the year will be sufficient to school purposes. Authors of the In Naples, Cape Coral
answer questions In cases State Constitution wrote In a pro. and the Tanglewood area of Fort

where complete records for the Control Hoard vision that proceeds from sale, Myers.

S year are not available Lander ChairmanVants rent or other use of those lands
should be placed In the State New Furniture
said.The visits School Fund, from which the Int.
by enumerators System Revamped and
erest alone should be 'exclusive.ly .
will start on November 9 )in
I Country Club Restaurant Collier County Lander an- TALLAHASSEE: (AP) The maintenance applied to the support and
nounced. chairman of the State Board of of public free CUSTOMREUPHOLSTERING
Enumerator will call on posed Control onstltutlonal has endorsed amendmentto the pro. schools.Furthermore, "The fund still II!'

every farmer or rancher in the revamp the board he heads owns 81,000 acres of original .,
.r OPEN district At the time of the --I
M school lands spotted all over the
ti Baya Harrison Jr., st. Pet. ,
call, the enumerator will help ertburg lawyer, recommendedvoter map. They are valued for sale
complete answers to any questions approval of amendment I at a conservative figure of $8.
oat ._. .. In the forms the farmeror In next Tuetday's voting which (000,000.) Another oil strike near
L rancher Is unable answer, would replace the present board any tract would put the oil lease I
and will review the form to see with a ntne-member group wit rental at more than a dollar an Ia
... that It U completely filled out terms of nine year each. acre a year. OU found on any I' =
of these
school lands would turn
.". By mailing the forms aheadof Harrison said the change .
would one ighth of the production Into
provide greater stability
the visit, official of theIkireau
and the fund. A few wells pumping 20.
continuity on the unlversl.
of the Census an agency ties' governing board, and that 25 per barrel, day and night, In. Makes
) of the U.S. Department of both were needed because of the to the school fund would make "Experience

rf Commerce hope to save time tremendous growth of the sys. it something of the financial foun. The Difference"New
and effort. tern in both site and complexity tale Us founders hoped for."
.0 Amendments Nos. S and 6, ap. Furniture
-- point Ive school superintendent
permissive provision These Castes Upholstery

our DraperiesSe showroom and

fiIIT WautersFuneral our ...Ieetlo.of .
services for Raymond NEW

)1\ Franc Wauters, 51 who died at Ask About Trade-las
his home here Wednesday will

be held at Lake Geneva, Wls., MARTIN'SFurniture
vui.K OK
with interment In St. Francis
Old FOIl know that the old. de Sales Cemetery. Wauters & Upholstery
*st national nag Is Den. was dcrkmaster at the Naples

mark's B was adopted in Yacht Club toraiarrtngementa jel Stk Are. 8*.
i0 lti INS that the picture were handled by the Richard
Manager Ed Ronan inatrucu waiter James Williams )- on a $100,000 bill Quo peek. .4' A, Ptttnun Funeral Home. MI 2-7257
Inc In your wallet) la thai \ .;...- -
and to set a --
Paul Gordon -
on proper way 1- -
ol Woodrow Wilson?. .
1I....=L.- ..
table that In the days ol the I. :::i A

Catsars It was a Roman J--- J' FLY NAPLES
custom to serve a russt ..
The Moorings Country Club restaurant is now open and serving break. as many goblets of wine woo'FOR MIAMI
as there were letters in
fast luncheons, snacks and front 8 to 5
refreshments a m p.m. his name? thai m the

Arrangements for do'''?, parties and other special occasion may be lone ago women, omen slept J POWER TO SPARE New Year Round Dally Schedule

made by calling Ed Ronan v\i; 25296. cheeks with Itrlpiofbe'\IIIOIItlltlr ss a complexion SII THIS V4 PEtrORMIIMMtPUTI Naples Te Miami

The golf course lent conddion. flfffni ftes and .letfrlc pr aid? K probably mdnt DIUVIMVI 7,45, A.M. 11:30: AM 3.45 P'M.

pull cart rentals most seasonable. Phi>> 6lJMcDe\t| \?| { ylfrt ye (toT k bv"r i lit. r 7ort. ,,tut that It wu VIVIAN nourUhl oc.a.( 'i' $2,04' Miami Te
his stock of fine golf equipment, clothtng and accessories. ." REALTOR, Is the most re. Flue ..... T.a oM Tf 900 A.M 2I5P.M I HIp 500PM.
Have you played The Moorings Country dub, lately? Try it today liable firm, experienced la tbe.ree.TDoo'tlake real*s.late .

ycu'H enjoy this sporty layout so much youil want to return again and again) chance with Im. 'fttADY TO 001 Ce.8fttiou Sty Rr *ti-e to say ti-4 ta the >t rl4

(ortant salsa or purchasesof NAPLES AIRLINES
valuable real property LUFF GMC
For Information Call: Jet u expert advise Nasirs Airport Cw..r.. I Mill. Atr-rt

yon Phone tO !-44. 421 Ninth St.. N. Ml Situ NB 44111

Pro Shop 2.5700 Restaurant 2-5296 South.We're at 114 fifth Aveav T*. *<*nr i.en."t City Ticket. ./''*. Mas** Trifel Afetxy 4 Cerwe


: I I ,

Says COUIK COUNTY NtWS N.,.... ..)... l..t'"i. ....**..w I, 'IH4 3
l>.."." '" -, .
,;'\ ...::10.11: '"
Pinellas CitrusTo .

Fumigated ------- --- .

T.u.LAHAB811 (AJI>Citrus
fruit headed from Plnellas Coun.
ty to California mu* be funu. 1
gated before California wlii let I
It III, Florida Agriculture Com. J
nUctooer Doyle Conner said.
California adopted the regula. SUN.tgE GE04Y 6 HARPWAIC
lion after an orlentti fruit fly 1
was found In 8t. Petersburg Oct. M ...rteRaCi
IS. Ertenslre trapping has failed
to turn up any more of the Insects .
but the California
ment that Plnellas mm be turn RIGH-
igated is expected to stand

ALL 3'0'5 DAT ClUIUI _
..ALL..../ w .... "IING/
Uf.rl, ....1-.__. S. Awrk. A MID-NOVEMBER opening date is planned for the np\\< Sunshine
.mini litrap 4MpUjtflTMt C-ihh.... Foodway and Hardware whub ,',Iwrt: the block lJ..tw"> 11 i First and
WORLD THAYCIJ Second Avenues North on the Trail The newest addition to the
1.7 U.lONIA AVI growing business world in Naples will covri 2-1,00(1)( ( square feet of
COIAtGAaLU floor space, and will offer up-to-the-minute facilities. Don Wynn, own
--CIOI er, said installation of equipment made the exact opening date indefinite ,
T.Lra......sua'tent but work was progressing rapidly. He also announced that
ltinel false.,........ he plans to continue operating the Fifth Avenue Suprex Market for
convenience of customers in that area. (NEWS photo) 110..

ae.wa .. 4'4 Cn t JC7aaaelnro
Bt Sure to Contact the fisherman's rights when

TERMINALVAN Naples 'passing 7. Tovrs-Under. certain dr.cumstancea .
Tips On power boats hevethe
LINES Flotilla, I right of way over tugs with barges
In tow. In practice, however, RANG
I2S 'tk St. So. St. Petersburg
Phone Boatingm\ USCGA small power boats should yeild I
BfMlSl the right of way sine they are
tempi Rules I* ant ,..., H...... much easier to maneuver DRINK
hOt lac erne I lb.. Rules governing recreational steer to the right or starboardside. 8. Boats In Dirtresi-lf you \4
ChlnG to boating are basically commonsense are Involved In a mishap or
Naples 22400 40600 and courtesy, and "Doing 2. Overtaklng-tWhen one boat come across one on the water '
:New York to unto others as you would have Is overtaking another, the beat ways, It Is your duty to render :.
Naples 2MOO 40000 them do unto )'ou." Naples being overtaken has the right all possible assistance. A good 4 i r\ d HALF
Baltimore to Flotilla 93 suggest eight basic of.way. boatman will always offer tow OAL, 3811-
Naples 21800 39400 I rules of the nautical road In S. Crosslnj-When two boats or lend fuel to a fellow sports
addition to the many unwritten approach at a 90 degree angle man In need.FICUS. .
Lower Rates and laws. the one to the right of the other I!
Direct Service 1. Meetlng-When two boats has the right of way, the same (
head as U they were automobiles.
approach on, each should.
4. Leaving slips and ptars. To Give
Boats leaving slips or piers for SUNSWEET
open water have no right until Brokers' CourseIn QT' 39
r-REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES they are entirely clear. They Fort PRUNE JUICE
must proceed slowly and with

I Motels R l 5. always
salesman who Intend to
I Rentals have the right of way over powerboats take the state broker's eiam.Inatlon .
except In a rare situation
will be conducted In
I Co-operativo 'partm+nt* where they are overtaking boats 18 cities throughout the state
under power. beginning January, IMS. One
I Beach front property 8. Fishing boats-Wtiether anchored of the cities Is Fort Myers.
or under way with nets, The Real Estate
course Practices
lines trawls out boats
or : and Principles, Is offered
I IPECIALIZINQ IN NAPLES AND SURROUNDING AREAS have the right of way. Respect by the Florida Institute for Continuing 'i

..'* '.,,. University Studies
CHOfce .. (FICUS) and Is the only one
.1 which fulfills the educational
Smite "' PRQPERtIF -' requirements for brokers; as de.
YI. "
Roy : .
; fined by the Florida Real Estate
iOR.SIImu lS _.. Commission.Any .
REAL ? : % +
... registered salesman In
.:ti i ifcit I the stale of Florida desiring to
Silver take the course may do so by CHOPS FIRST
j King ;
RENT \ submitting an enrollment couponto LI.474
a ,, ta..N..wlD<>ck J j the Florida Real Estate Coin ;
l'MUtA :: MODERN SAFE FAST mission for approval. Applicantsmay
l' FISHING CRUISER obtain coupons and other information
W. ROY SMITH, Realtor At, Ml I-2SS7 or Mil-Un by writing John T.
Branch, Jr., 808 Seatfe Building, '
797 fifth Avenue South' MI J-217S : Capt. Cecil Lamb Gainesville, Florida. SWIFT'S CORNED BEEF MOTT'S Loris

-t*- HASH 3 $1.00 APPLE SAUCE.g39i

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October IMMOKALEE 27, FLORIDA 1964 Large Rolls 294rrr t- (!

Cream LIIBY'S StyleCORN \ 'L' f&_ ,


The 1963 Legislature, through the insistent action of Rep- I -

resentative Lorenzo Walker and Senator Elmer Friday, passeda

law to give you the opportunity to bring the salary of .

your justice of the peace of District 4 up to the comparable THE MOST COMPUTE
standard of the $900000 given to the other county officers

such as sheriff, county judge, tax assessor, tax collector, PRODUCE MARKET
clerk of the circuit court, etc. Li JUICE

As your justice of the peace of District 4 is a constitutional IN NAPLES

officer instead of a county officer, this Legislative ORANGES

Act mentioned above, is the only way in which you can give
this office a raise in salary.

I have served you continuously for twelve years and I have CARROTS
saved Collier County taxpayers hundreds of thousands of 394

actual dollars during this period of time. If there is any DOl j
question in anyone's mind about this statement, the recordsare ,

open for public inspection. _
104 1 'Nt ROM

I have not had any increase of salary whatsoever since BAKING APPLES

serving you in this office.

Won't you vote TES and give me the rale of which our Legis- SELECTED BAKINGPOTATOES 2 LIS.29

lature approves? Tour YES vote on November 3 will be greatly

appreciated. 5 & 49*. Mcln.h APPLES 3 1A0 t/ 33J.

Respectfully ,
yours '

f/ '
1 't
0. V. Hancock e 1a
Justice of the Peace, District 4



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Vote As You Iease But Please VoteNext ., : : : + --

.. c'"., strident voices
fI There are

Tuesday is election dty. There In congressional races, there It no ua y.,': ,"".' .< being railed in many places shout
: of the earth. Angry men
are 8,502 eligible voters in Collier County valid reason to doubt that Senator Spes- : :>,- "Yankee go home" and we

At least 95% of them should go to card Holland will be re-elected, to the ;iJ. '. ..,, look in dismay. Politicians

the and their will be returnedto -. .-."- and citizen I in our own
polls on Tuesday Senate, that Paul Rogers ff/ '. : country ay. "We ought to

privilege to vote. his seat in the House of Representatives : -:'.: .. I stay home/and we seem con-

It is true that Collier County ballots and that Haydon Burns will be :fused. Missionaries have

will less than half-dozen elected of Florida. After all .given of themselves for many
carry a races, governor .- ysen and churches have sent t

but these are vitally Important and should there are 2,008,762 Democrats registeredIn millions of dollars It all of

provide sufficient Incentive for a good the state but only 458,156 Republicans this worth nothing?

turnout of voters. It would be nice if we could
quickly that there is no
The campaigning In both state and In Collier County there are 6,618 reg- problem say but that would be I leaders are saying. They

national races has at times gotten little istered Democrats, 1,807 Republicans and less than honest A Roman Albert revolution i insist i that demands the new that world we

out of hand In the past few weeks. The 77 registered In "other" parties. Since Nevins CathloJc, pinpointed priest, Father the problem be as creative and dedicatedas

candidates and their supporters have both Senator Holland and Rep. Rogers past week when he told of the gospel we preach. It's

made statements and accusations that obviously have given the area excellent and faithful 1 M+, bewildered missionaries men really whether not a matter not we're of decid
wt of their ing or go'ing
who had given years
are farfetched. Seasoned politi- representation in Washington, it is to help people in primitiveareas to send something! Or*

cians take such things with a grain of reasonable to assume that each of them now being driven by send ourselves'!

salt, realize they are not meant to be will be well received by local voters on these people whom they had learn We're that shocked 38 residents when watch we
Almost over
personal, and give back as good as they Tuesday. Their momentum should also Y' 0 tried night, to men help.who had been the rape of a young woman

get Unfortunately, the general public give Haydon Burns a sizeable majority. ,, I a regarded as "children" are and about refuse to themselves
a involving in
has a tendency to accept such vituperation Other than the above races, local bal r, sadors.prime ministers Said the priest and :ambas"The the tragedy. Yet there are

as the gospel truth and get both lots carry only unopposed candidates. old missionary was accusedof always those who act as

angry and emotionally upset. This is re There is a countywide referendum on paternalism of cultural though we could do that for

grettable.We raising the salary of the Immokalee Justice imperialism, of subservienceto our world I standing about
: colonial powers of deliberately satisfying our own hungers, or
do not believe, for instance, that of the Peace from $7,500 per year helping to train an slamming the door on any in.

President Johnson is a two-faced schem- to $9,000. As many Collier Countians ., rr army of clerks but no lead volvement, while we kid our
selves into thinking that
ing crook. Or that Senator Goldwater Is are aware, "Judge" Oley Hancock has IbRRI ers often This used is the as supporting generalization we're safe in our "apartment

a trigger-happy moron who wants to firea performed well and effectively in his : -- evidence for isolationism. house" of this continent

salvo of missiles Cuba. Justice of the Peace. The ; oi; We've made mistakes but
atomic at capacity as requested A Lutheran leader, Dr.
ray that doesn't release us from
As a matter of fact, we do not for raise does not seem to be out ''', James Scherer underscoresthe Involvement, either in our

one minute believe that the United States of lino In view of his past service record. same predicament of, indicating neighborhoods or in the
.... .. the inability many
will go to hell In a bucket no matter Commissioners of fire control dis-- foreign missionaries to give larger community of this

which candidate is elected. The reason Is tricts will be carried on ballots only in WASHINGTON AND"SMALL .. guidance I to control or to planet. So our it's attitudes a time to, our reexamine -
quite simple. One man does not, and the districts concerned.As ; BUSINESS"lyCVmSONHAUDI: guide forces mighty unleashed In the goals and our strategy of ac
tion. It's no time to run for
can not, run the United States to suit for the 13 proposed constitutional world the hills.

his personal whims. Our governmentisn't amendments, this newspaper already has *, BEVERLY mUS, (alii. "In Asia and Africa the Centuries ago a murderer

set up to operate that way, for whichwe suggested that Collier Countians can't go ) A judge has set aside existence of younger church. could ask. "Am I my brother's
Veil few people an yet undi of the new 'law aa reported by jury of ; es represents only a partial, keeper" Christ underscored
verdict '
should be grateful.For too far wrong If they vote "FOR" all 13 stand the provulon of the at, Rep Richard rolf of Virginia peace against Lindsay disturbing though by no mea n. inconsequential another dimension of the
the above reasons, we suggest amendments By all means, they should called 'War on Poverty Bill' oHi 28, youngest of Bin Crosby's effect of thereaching same question when he told
which hat become' the of that ,
law ports imdci tli I of the
that Collier Countians the wheat consider voting FOR Numbers 3 10 and I ama gospel. of a man crossing cultural
separate ,
the land except that for thi ('immunity Action ProgranM Often, these churches give .
from the chaff before they go to the 12, even though big-county Interests first year something like a billion .NOUS. Federal ftrnnti can He was' convicted by a Jury the appearance of conserva low and human racial lines to help a fel
Oct. being. That's the
19 on a complaint
dollars has been let up f'of> I 'n''''' be made to any publici wedded to
tive institutions
polls on Tuesday. Discount at least 90 would have voters believe that passageof expenditures i private, non-proSt organim a 46-year.olil/ woman who reality to refurbish now.

per cent of the "campaign talk" of recent the latter will mean wrack and ruin 5S lion ,including a political party accused him of shoving her oft a cherished the status quo securities and clinging. The to There are tough new problems -
Aa a mal ro (.'IMC' club fraternity racial or barstool a Sunset Strip nifhU confronting men of faith'and
weeks and vote for the man they for the state. (See editorial in Friday'spaper ler of fact 1 1 ,j "* Kiiiil/atlon: et al which con. club June Is. kingdom of God contracts toa there are troublemaker!

think will do the best job for all of us- for brief rundown on the amend there I. even I. t' .lucla H poverty program approved Judge Jacques Leslie ruled narrow ecclesiastical world, stirring i up angry voicei

Democrats and Republicans alike. Emo- ments..) considerable, by the Federal poverty Friday that the evidence did not its horizon extending i "no everywhere. It'. enough to
confusion aa I It bUI,, eau This Includes conduct. support the Ylrdlct.ASHEVILLE. farther than church work. make a person say "Let's
tionalism and anger should be left outside This newspaper never has, and never what eon- INK birth control program A few such voices and the stay home." Yet our world is
the booth.At tltulea pov Icrty. S. 1 N.C. (AP) isolationist to have home.
voting will, be so presumptuous as to tell its seems our It's not ours to
Uaderl This of (course open. wide Evangelist Billy Graham rs the But this
is the
won day. discuss results. It's
this moment, all Indications pointto readers they should vote for this or that the ml' oil the door to possibilities for the portedly does not plan to en. answer That Isn't what these reflect our faith. The ours rest Is

the re-election of President Johnson. candidate. If Collier Countians will vote thumb laid enterprising promoter. done either candidate/ In the understanding and perceptiveTh0''eourt'acaon7rtndy not our business!

As of today, Florida's 14 electoral votes with their brains and not their emotions, dowa thinker by the InWaahlaglon *! Virginia seeThe Congressman presidential A source election close to \-y.: ., (: ,1J .,, 1 :t:! <::'utdt.: ; ., .

could easily fall Into either the Democrat we feel certain they will come up with. -. W Hartfsr--j- aloiv,tes that War"on Poverty who lives In Montreal Graham, V.C., :. ." ,': ,'< .wiI *. .; 7tr: ""' :*.".1 ,
loWWr --
aa teems of 13,000 or funds be secured for cftnitrtfttton. -- -
or Republican column but Harry Truman the right selections year la considered pouerlysee *, operation and main that said In Graham Ashevllle, N.C. Friday wwrroutine tftrr TiitelnYllra'f"Toik 'fli'tYtlhTalelethargy
gave proof positive In 1948 that It Vote as you please on Tuesday trnance of a church facility a* task Is to preach the Gospel.that "his" step toward putting Into self-indulgence and'
is foolhardy to count the chickens before but PLEASE VOTE! The only people who. do run l long( is it la used part of the effect the provisions of the will neglect! of duty" '
aeem to have gotten the' won lime for H poverty program LONDON (AP) C. P. Snow, of her husband, the late presl. He said/ the Pilgrim fathers,,
the eggs hatch. on what constitute po\ ,'rly u eec the British novellst-adentlst, dent.The founders of the Thanksgiving
the Internal Revenue b<'rIce In tlew of all the battles legislative has been made a life peer M he will left most of his estate Day custom, "were bound by

- .. .e legal and other that could Join the Labor govern In trust for his widow and chll. spiritual unity and love of and
it Income tax retordu for 1981 have been waged lo uphold the ment and speak for It In the dren. The amount of the estate faith In thepr.me being."
< show that there was a total of principle of the aeparatlon of House of Lords was' not listed.WASHLNGTON.
ll.OZT.S6t Income lax" return church and stale, well
aa aareeent
Ha took the tttle of Baron AP
( ) -
Tree ResinFrankincense
Kindergartens where the Ineomea ranged forever Supreme t'ourt ruling
Snow of Leicester his hometown Edgar Hoover FBI
is an aro- Not until the early 1870s S600 to 11,000 or I.... denying prayer lo sihool ihll- director, NOV.3
had been too
matic gum resin obtained AoVHii .ppda11 It when youTHS did kindergartens come Into From these poverty ridden people dren this present a paradox. Friday. He says many Americans no pL OTI
named parliamentary secretary longer care about religious Ide.
the Income lax people look eee
from certain species of trees use in the United States with to the of all and "
/lifenlion over a billion doll.,., or SU79- Rep' Puff also points out that Ministry Technology. heritage
found in pans of eastern the first kindergarten in the .
578.000 lo be exact This overages In a Thanksgiving to
In tin Mi hi year.0 RIO youth message
Africa, Arabia and India, according nation being founded In a' BOSTON (AP) Mrs. JohnF. law enforcement officials r. t
COLlIER COUNTY NEWS out lo S77.T7 per poverty will be nulled fur work he I J
to the Encyclopaedia: ', public school of St. Louis, Mo., victim, and among the group cami foi, a total vxiwndlturc' Kennedy has been named the said Friday/ that such persons

Britannica in 1873. whoa gross Incomes were between of SIWi mm.(mill. or un average legal guardian of her two chll "shirk the mere suggestion of

S2.MM and 11,000, the of 84 TIN( ) each for each young dren, Caroline, S, and John, 3. Individual responsibility. Their 1
QUICK QUIZ average tax take was ever man out uinong the miulrrelh I 1i
100. of the mountain' fure.h.see ----
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New Rulers in the Kremlin Q-ln literature what don So In ulTvct.000 the U.ir on This retrnlly led Rep M. G. Historical; ;;;

the dragon tymboliztt Poverty with a billion dollar gnyder of Kentucky lo observe COLLIER Y
A-The dragon was a symbol expenditure, la giving beck to that (or juftt about half

,, Lean to Trying New IdeasBY of sin In early Christian theie people 80rv; of the money of this sum they could be keptIn By KURT GRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
times but the Chinese took taken from them. ll.r ard. Hut a* already _
RAY CROMLEY the dragon as a kingly emblem 000 pointed out poverty In America r I
j and thought of I it as a While this ran be anme., hal In Iheae limes la rather a SUNKEN WRECKS AND
Washington Correspondent god. amtilnc, It In perhapn not a. itrange inndilliin. because not TREASURE 4
Newspaper Enterprise Assn.WASHINGTON. am.ting aa some of the detail even poverty Is lax-free.
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0-What i H a vector ThIs IS Indeed fascinating

(NEAT) A-Insects or other organisms subject, and several articles will
Some Government Kremllnologlsts have been studying the transporting germs or j: be devoted to it. Newspaper
past attitudes of the men In temporary control of the Soviet other agents of disease are |I.< ti 'I Ji:<.>,_t 1I1Imrt' i tii Jr throughout the U.s. recently have

called vectors. devoted considerable space ,
The tentative conclusions The ruling Is to fabulous treasure finds off the
: group composedof :
men who in the past have been more inclined than their 0-What unusual method r : :J"i; ill DE SPA TNC Florida coasts. Although the

colleagues to experiment-both In economic and in foreign of transportation was used by ITLM MAR PO OMACRIriS valuable relic and coin wr
affairs.' General Gallieni in World + found several months ago, the
S L C u R4C L A R L SI .
These men, on the whole, have tended more toward foreign War IT 40 Clu'lhrd RtR recent publicity: seems to coinclde '
L A L L T I L adver->
adventures than other members of the ruling Presidium. Butthey've A-In 1914, the General I ku.uwd 41 Rack ullhr with several widely r' I
organized the famous "taxi- 4 Lower. E x I.L C D C O W tiled rare coin collection ) ,
been more inclined to back down In the face of strong n.kII ,
pressure cab army" of Paris to move 7 8... holll : rIL E AS D G WI. It reminds one of the tre*.ur* 1 //
This troops to the Marne River to Impel 1 41 I bId t 0 T P A P 51Cla fever that hit Florida during t eland
was the same group In essence, that In the fall of 411 l'nllom L and 30' 1 ,
IS Burd boom of the JO'S
196%, adtlsed Mklta Khrushchev to take his offrnihe missiles halt the Germans. 1I 48 Indutunl' Y o n H O D t EIS discoveries 1
fru"' when a few scattered st
out of Castro's Cuba under U.S. pressure. Slack \0 5/ M OIM T O T L A P

These men have been strongly against Red China's ap 17 pnrUl. P i { S I. D'A' Tis \ \ \ \'

proach to foreign affairs. But they have been anxious to . . Cuagrr lunch."'It! \1 Hands.nur C N C.. L 0 3 C A G C R2d "" ., 'h
,avoid an showdown which could injure the chances of li Indll\l".1
open COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Seal A G (: 6 0 0 W C s \ \ '
Soviet leadership In the underdeveloped nations.They've 21 ( \4 Posed I I", a '
argued for more flexibility In foreign affairs and1for THOMAS MICHAEL. HAY CHANCE IN. Assoclt, 1.1t. P.bllsh.e Edna a1 ro..rd lilt purtrau. SOLUTION Or YESTIIDAY'S PUZZLE \ .
cutting off foreign aid and foreign alliances with local is
MARSHALL' WYATT. A4 MMrALBERT rawer Legal b Hone) 12 You and "
leaders when these alliances have proved "unprofitable" to OTOLKA. ...*.11. Supt. 26 C.olI..nn act10n bumud me .

the Soviet Union. DAVID HIAMANSON' CI,.. DirectorMM. 28.Gedic DOWN 7 Male 16 Augments !.. \. .,:--
LOUISE DAUB ONN l Mr.tubMrlptlwt a -. .
30. Faperaluo I FtM4S
I That man :I C".der. 8 Or1mIW 22 Retied
direct rule by Communist Party officials. .d Pubf.h.d s.turd.r' dolly, :In: 't"..cr.=byti 52 Bftldft kedquarten Chr5aal. 2V'negan (From .? old .lthin, ,??.< ,r the( .ether| )

They have wanted to get deeper Into actual day.to-day Cot...., Cwnl. Av.nua Publ. ..anlne each C.".... ::14 M."fllC :J liana 9 Coda .ore were' made oa the betlehee.Despite .
Management of Industry and agriculture, rather than I lno.. Set T.lhh ,_ tile boasUog of hu.toriceJ underwater sand until efforts are
picking p''." '1... Ult. Moll. ..... 0.I. sited 4 "urak gone 93 Female duns Probably not
others to run these affairs They have wanted party men up .. 1131.T.I.phon.. 36. Tolerate 3 Srtllrrsa le. 9alpd rabbit troupe about HM Jut Probably 100 feet of sand COT. mad to finance a March of their
and down the line also to take this same more-active role. _. ...1It..., I 1111 lor .11 Ruu se 26 Rolled tea Coat lad Keys the tower Weal era mod of the objects, and try. own. DtssemlnaUoa of treasure
te pores.
In recent years under Khrushchev there has been a ten. '.port . pronoun 17 D.dunnf Cots offers the meet fatwlouatreasure lag to Mawate a axed wreck Is Information usually results In a

dency to somewhat separate party work and economic management ".,.. II t I r 11I1 (ro a bdl2f *, iccordlnc" old 1'.. like MarcMAf for an object laquicksand. stamped at amateurs vblchonetimes
In practice, this has resulted in a trend to replace By' unto *r m.I 1L MX1' M t 1; I' Garner cords. Even If one had an ac. leads to accidents and
partyto bosses with technician-managers: on the working level advise On. Y.., Sl>. S.'. Month S'M.ThrM "' I"lj r:; "J' 33 Gibe It I* dUftevIt for meet peopleto carwe map of the position of dam a;* suits. Fortunately, the
relegate party bosses to positions where they set Month* V.H, tBMftne bow many wrecked each wreck:, it would require a State of Florida rectf*** as
J policy and picked the managers. ., N ,,,. Anacl.!**' Prou, If ," ,. tesspor.nltIt ship tan be lotatai .m a givenaro considerable Urestraert of Was much treasure huntlnj as poNJ.bI. .
whKiTi _ni..4 ...iu>iviy to to. 0 lout *. Ned r.t certain rock to and money to flail them. ..
oT lec.ln.wa
r ol oil
.. r.p.b1I..1M .. '
THE MAJORITY OF THOSE NOW IN POWER have adva .Horn print** 'M tni* a*- *. rr ;; ,gw I. ; .Ines. the vicinity at Uiamt CM be One reds or bear of fantas.Uc lo our map of Historical CoU
.. i'
wNl. M .11 ".". < _' U1opa farad lite wreck of a World flmU, wMek oswallr deleted
of and loss in are some tier Count? we purposely
fated some recognition profit economic
mat. .. !. orlth II JI tn tv Face w5hnuwnry
ten What they favor is a far cry from competition and free *Entrtf Pat Oflico MCn..fhwM. /, ,/,1' I: 'I&J War O ship, a tarter SUB* whet eavagajwtted, but one never locations of wrecks and site of

Enterprise Its more like profit-making under wartime con .' '.? Act ot MrtH. t IWTh >. 1. 1 7 I I' 17' .l" Uhrmmne.O/ log the ID'S, a Civil War Mork. bears of the 99 per cent fill pirate camp If any of our read
ads rosier a* old apuUk gaJ. ono. feel inclined and have auj.
ditions with price control and rationing. NEWS ouumM M ,.. onibihly era ,
These men, however, do seem to favor: ... lor till ,....... of unto!!*".* 1.11 ;Z I J' 0)t n .; lean sad several other stun* In mod eaac, Immediately tad_ fljuutctnc, to invest In
In In.w.cr/p1I *r=::rphTh > ships AU the** at one spot, after aMp went down a SpaDe relies w* strongly racommend
t plants.Giving factory managers more say running their own NCWS *:; .,'"".M,."hnncllrMpomifeil'ly ...*! *rnn ,. Jl r ,. Jt 7: \:, rspr: shod yon.Here's. Uh salvage crew, that they purctua them from
or _... *". in * More material Incentives to farm and factory men who *. but II natitiK* et tuch *rrr 1/ M Il 1, .4 14' a5 .
cal mo. of
do well. Instead of heavily on Ideology and .....,* th. .>..! IMU of lAs / 0 sun.SA UBpU. Deadly stoats around the cartoon and Ire*. reliable and eatabUsned antique
relying propa Bpr will r*..rlnt crrKlly Uwtrl Ss.,,. NeataeM, ......, to a asttU son atenrd. b those days.maar and relic shops. Tola will pro
ganda to increase output. ol th* .d..r1N.m.M' 'In which te Ir /% N 14' of the
( rw occurred In th* ivntI inner area between M.rte.. and TV.keroork wreck dock In shallow vent avtadlea which.,.so CDHU
e Rewards of successful risk n* *
for kinds
some taking w.M wOK'd rndtr th. !1 "" ,one Islands keve 1,100 r.. water and were easily found. man during the 1910" when on.anapoctiac .
Reportedly these present Kremlin bosses also are more (OrroctTan rduc.vl th*i*OTK<_. #'"iho. NEWSwiH >dvrt I 1 1"U 1- 1lrr corded wre ka to their 'recht. Do-" aa>uoe baring Meant victims were led to
to increase the amount of production for consumers .*mnt by .n mount aka l I* H 'I / I" nri At time the water la natal! knowledge of u authentic tree.sore sites already excarvied.Thi .
on the theory that "you cannot attract people to communism th. prcmi t ". tout, toc* / '. ... locau.w. ,
Ittd 1\\ cl..r. but Ir"QllJIee'r' nut evena dtacloa such ... (( sR jed win be cortla.ed .
by asking them to alt down at an empty table." ,it.,,th-* rronoou-... or wr coay ,., I..,. U ..." A# _.-0' .hie shadow can he wen among the formation on a usam.rdalmlp? e in futar arttdM.: ) *



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Sfwraw COLUW COUNTY NEWS SSeeday W-D BRAND Gov't Inspected Quick Frozen Grade "A" 1

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Council Agenda

Life.BY I I The agenda for Wednesday's
: 9 ajn. meeting: of Naples Ctrjr
I Council will be as follow)
: 1. can to order and I Invoca t
I4I1iY LULEJtAN000004000OOOOnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn lion

2. Reading of nitrates of

.wmww previous meeting
3. Reports!
Take a dollop
of Homecoming' ("The Real Problem of Foreign a. Off-street Parking Committee -

?preparations/C.n program wl confetti, sprlnki., top, add tt all tn one WIth loti po.I and Policy"Moderated broadcast). by by Brad Radio Unkeless Station b. Sign, Committee "t r Whole or Cut Up

a booming Pep Rally, and( you WNOG the program consisted of c. Zoning Planning Board
CM call it "This Week at NIB" SU flve-mlnute speeches followedby 1. Application from Oscar C
Homecoming attendants haw a questlon.and.answer .... R. Montgomery, D/b/ Monty's
previously been chosen by the lion Stickers signs and BarD Q. for city license (beverage
football team. This year NHS posters ornamented the gym. One ). 835 Fourth Avenue Per
lections broke with tradition and the se. Goldwater sign (the work of John Fouth. Beer Package Sale & ( '
student were made by the entire Mattoon) measured 16 feet by COP (1-COP). "j" Business
Senior body. C thesecharm. 4 feet, with the letters G.o-1.d District. Pound
Queen Ing of attendant Homecoming will t* painted In gold and w.a4.e-r 4. Old buslnesst biscuits
Joy colored a brilliant blue. An Award
a. Contracts for
Hodges, Peggy Hood, Linda
llch, Judle Smollan and Natalie Uh. LBJ poster(created by BUI Splng. annual supplies (bids received .140. --- .,
King. Peggy nine and Christi. ler) read "For peace, pros October 21, 1964))
Wlllli tied for Sophomore at. perlty and" progress,vote LBJ for b. Final Interdepartmental (a SMALL FRESH PORK
indent and Susan Wood USA. budget transfers for fiscal
' year
Two polls were taken at NITS,
Kathy Turner will compete for ending September 30.1964.
the second held last Monday. Oti
Junior attendant honor. The Results and Interpretation will 5. New business! tSPARERIBS ,
runoffs: will_ be held early nextwees be published early next week. a. Publlchearlng.10iOOa.nl.. FXCELLENG
wnen me Queen Is chosen Students will cast their ballot rezoning of Lots 1, 2 and 3.
magnanimously The Junior Class turned hat over very the for President In an election Mon Block 8. Tier 8. from "F" Prices ENetUre Nor, I i6rr 4 Per Pend 4ge t

Fall Festival to the Student day. The outcome will reflect Multiple Dwelling District to
the Influence of the political assembly "1-,"
Council, In the light of the Stu. Neighborhood Shopping
dent Council's financial plight. and accuracy of the polls. District. STORE HOURS U-.oI. r '..... ,.' ... .-
City Vines Wood
Certainly, the Homecoming was b. Ordinance Ordinance W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICI
guest speaker at last Friday'sInteract OPEN 711 6:30 MON.
situation has
shown the school 11062 by Inserting "H- TUESDAY
unity that exists among clubs. Club meeting. He dls. ," OPEN 'TIL 9:00: P.M. FRI.
cussed projects that the Interact Motel District In Fire District RIB STEAKS
planning Each clue booths and for many the Novemberlist clubs art Club and Rotary Club could I 1. OPEN TIL 7:00 P.M. SAT. Nov. 3rd
event work together, c. Clarifying resolution locating ;
An President Richard Woodruff 30 foot easement vacated
political assembly
proved enlightening to many announced that the Key Club has Fifth Avenue North between Per Poet 89
unanimously endorsed Barry First Street and the Gulf of
Informed students Friday government, as six students well. Goldwater for President! Congratulations Mexico. Quantity Rbtitl Reserved .

discussed to the new mem. d. Seawall
major presidential permits.
campaign Issues. Speaking on bars voted, Nicky In Pedro.this weekt Peter.Jon BUIHartter ._ e. Correspondence 1 1 /
behalf of President Johnson and Ray f +t Th'I
Hubert John Binder, Frank Steven.
H. Humphrey were Judie
Smollan whose topic was son, Dudley Coodlette, Carter Is required for admission to
Bryan Ronnie Ritchie, and Paul state-supported schools, ex.
"Strength Denette Furber Through("Judgment"Peace"),, Callus That sure was a rood eluding Junior colleges. Each the Eaest! to0nt 1 1i.ROZEN
and BUI Splngler ("A DYnamicLeader" dance the Key Club gave after Senior will be given his results Way Stop Ghrtsfmas Shopping
the dance (hatch!) Individually, and the scores will
for theGoldwster.MUler
) Spokesmen
ticket Included The Sophomore Class sold Jinx not be mailed to the parents
dolls again. This time the colors however the Guidance Counsel
Jim Willis "Hie Great So.
( were those of the Fort Myers lor, Edmund C. Lowe, Invites
clll, ), lUck Johnson/ ("Slaves
parents to
Gr..nWlVlooCreen and come In time
white. any
of the People")and Butt Ritchie Don't think the lunchroom for consultation. a FOODS

ladles have no school spirit. They Seniors ordered their calling _
thoughtfully baked two cakes, cards and graduation announce 1
H.W. ClouserMttropollt.il which were eaten by the foot merits this week. Many had K TRIASUM ISLI nOUN
ball team and coaches with the trouble deciding on the letter
Inturtnc c..utI.1I11fetropoU.l1.i.t help of the cheerleaders after styling of the cards and on the
the cakes had been on display number of announcements. Some
to the school. A football field Seniors ordered memory books, Breaded Shrimp
was drawn on one cake, and theoth.r which -an be filled In with hlfh. It
read, "Boys, don't spoil lights of high school Including
will gladly l recommend a your score. You've won one now. prom, and graduation and tt has _
program lo ("It your per Please don't lose any more." slots of clsssmates' calling E _
local Life iniurtncetetd Both cakes were Iced In blue cards. A lot of 12th graders
*. Call or wrist; and gold can hardly believe that graduation 10 oz.
Midway 2-3091 The Senior test scores arrived Is creeping up on them 49c
this week. A minimum of 300 The theme of Friday's pep rally PackageMf. j
P. O. lox 095 Naples was "Greene Graveyard." A
dark auditorium with r. nllrtl,
on stage set the aimo'Ph.rt.
Emcee Byron Tomllneon gave a SMITH MOXIN
DANCE CLASSESPRESCHOOLERS solemn funeral speech, while r
Sandy Chesser PIca Kline,
Steve Sargent, Alan Blanchette xR k Fruit Pies 2 89''
Butch Townsend John Alexan- TOP YALUR STAMPS .
droll and Roddy Checkering car. "w
vied In a casket followed bya L ti W-D IVaW UM Fwh MORTON FROZEN MACARONI AND CHIISI
Greenle (Johnny Roan). Going
One) lesson per week $8.00 per month on a Greenle hunt and led by a Cre.8.e ; $139M I -
Spirit (Bea Arnold), the cheer, M Valid Tics NH, 4 t Dinners 20.L"" 39'Limit
leaders began the pep rallyt W NN 111 a CWle N r .
OVER. meanwhile, three witches (Mrs
Barbara Berry, Diane Aurlt, and -;T 4 ", .t ArralMI tNlkli
Claudia Combs) stirred such In.
One lesson week $ 9.00 per month gredlents ss a football shoe, ,
per a helmet, a frog, and Spirit Limit Twe With $3 .r More Order Limit Few With S3 er Mere OrJerTISSUE Twe With $3 ef Mere (Order
Two lessons per week $15.00 per month Into a victory brew. Finally, "
dead after being taken out of the
pot, the Greenle was put Into OIL CORNFLAKESSCOTT
2 3.6 P.M. .
Open Mon., Nov. the casket :
Red-Face Department After
scolding his students for for.

WELLS STUDIO class getting several to bring days their last books w..k.to ASTOR I ,,, Pig

what popular teacher forgot his 1ge lOc
own? 24 eL Id. R... M Ie Ulllit Tee

840 5th! Avenue Parkway "P.H. and B.T.ow long has SAVE t6c SAVE itTHRIFTY SAVE 1karr.rsrs.
Avenue South) this been going on?
(1 4 Block North of 6th
Keep reading
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300 foe I C 32ti. (as Lrp Site(S3tHe. ) e ,
19 :I 9
U-'t' Three Limit; Three SAVE 14t

SAVE 6c SAVE tOe Limit" T.e

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4ai RO O CQ'-_ Pounds C
Margarine Other Limit Two Purchases With Z5

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5 -. -- -- -en
lie geegrasklrelly. heated sl.eet direst teeter le keasUfel N.d.s. ,... leek t
treelcel felbge eerre.Be'bg tile. kene IKIa4.e l fife keeriaf reraeet trees e t IN OUR PTPou DEPARTMENT

huge iarbM.. Reyel Ptlae aid eieey eker eietlc eUctbge. Oar Utsetratbo ee
.....t chew tke ekl..rrbg lake e* the esemlte side. curt k..1y Wy*.4
crlHUe. The base U CBS rMMrcle4 HksIl Weee etrisM &ern...
riser a eseciwM H'aSI felM fypreee pu.U4 Brief re*.. I Urge MAINE
beers,... 2 the balks I Urge sedan Iiae4 Uwu s4 e Ui r>W kluWe with "' RUSSET
ekwtrk ...... see reI'I'........ Tke wide carsert fa IT e>rt s.4 tkesU. PotutoesA I I
Is If W... An tkb. M a huge II' s ItT M that b ...,...1, veteekb se .. BAKING
a..nt.nt b sew. fact fr .bf Ns,.... Ye.1l ice eery. 2 kbrks trtm Ilk ,
Av. ...."1.' ..* ..., e few kbcke I,.. the Cetf fbkbf pier, Weckee.CreytMi .
Cave TeeM Beds. ec .talents are Street ........
Priced st ealy HUM. .e fl that ye.. sect fled e ketler *sb. TM are
lasted U beeect It. f f G/IU 5.B49c'


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6 COUIW COUNTY NEWS 't". Efi. leMfo! IftiMet I 1 IM
iA l.!. Hospital Rep

; 10-21i Affite Williams,
:n fred Wells, Virginia Wai

r la? Lucille Piper, Emma Wi
0 Karen Rivers. '
tf 10-22 Msrlfl Walker,Qlea

Welker, Mae Davis Ct
les Moore, Joanna Wood I

.y Savage, Kenneth Shepj

By LANE 81ARTIN Beverly Osceola, VUH
Nichols Jones.I'
D A Katherine
ti 1 rI 10-23j RebeccsCrsharoi,

I It Jones, Bonnie Greens, 5|
appears everyone is very weary of the po'itical'+ I Anderson Zelma Oliver.
f, tR n n1f ;t; campaigns. It will soon be over, and Tuesday night 10-24 Shirley GlasSer i

10 there will be parties large, medium and small They i1. fen Moody, Paul Jessen.[ '

". .I ., may not all be celebrations, depending of coursr on ; ; t' Howell, Otis Francis, N|
the winning candidates But win lose .1 ,
or we ( n '
groggy .." 10-2Si Lois Pitney, Sf|
stituents I
are bound to be ready for a relaxing time. 1t ( Krehllng. Emily reason..
;, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Guenther have asked about 40 ,"::', 10-26 James Panipt.

t,' ; people to listen to the returns and have a late supper TifF: M .\M t )IW1'I I t ; 't 1 b\ uit-hcs, and goblins at.ell Dovle Easterly,Gloria CMF

._ \ ;, The Guenthers have two pianos, which they play themselves I! i 101\I, I.rv\ I I
9f.4 1" .f and usually have other musically Inclined ppf'flc l sent< t', i rj
y '. on their guest list. So whether It be
\ '.'" victory songs or !not Charles Woodrum, tf
you can be sure there will be singing to the duo pan. Schuck, Helen Lelnweber. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. DISCHARGES
Jones who
have been j r A 10-21i Lewis Lederer,
tively campaigning for the Republican nominees / I H ? r Milton. "

1' have a small group at their house ., 10-22 Jay Peterson, AWlllUms

; The Elks' Club has scheduled a seafood and cI'IIkcn:: ,; hI and baby girl, B

buffet upper Tuesday night to start at Chesser and baby girl
\', seven o'clock To Miller, Matilda RamTrlz. I
,I ,". ,' mention just a few of the large crowd expected to: at 10-23t Maria Walker I

tend:, Dr. end Mrs William T. Barrett Jr., Mr. and Mr baby boy, Karen Rivers

N.:, ). A W. Barkau, the Richard Pittmans, Mr and Mrs. AI Ha :k baby girl. William Cook.

!.t- 'J.' I ney, Mr and Mrs John Rogers, Mr and Mrs. Norman torts 10-24 Nichols BeverlyOsceols Katherine

Santinl, the Roy Smiths, the Tom Browns and Mr and and baby girl, Virginia Wand |
Mrs. G. E. Carroll. twin girls. II

Mrs. H S. Tenney Jr. Is out of town, but Mr Tenney 10-25 Ray BlerSUe1Shirley I

Barnes SessomsMrs. will be at the Elks' Club party Mrs. Tenney and Mrs. Mae Davis.Glasser Paul Jes)

Vincent Madden left Monday to motor north. They will 10-26i Joanna Wood Kerf I

Emily Marcham Craig, of Naples, announces the be away about two weeks with Mrs. Madden visiting Shepard Emily C reason.1027s .

engagement of her daughter, Miss Lanthe Barnes, to her sisters In Wilmington, Del., and Washington, D C, Charles We
Oscar Van Pelt Sessoms in, son of Mrs. Oscar Van Pelt end Mrs. Tenney visiting her grandchildren In larchmont' Nancy Cook, Jay Howa 1, !
Sessoms, Jr and the late Oscar Van Pelt Sessoms, Jr. N. Y. Ralney and baby boy, ftPanlplnto '
Miss Barnes Is also the daughter of the late HaroldG Gloria Gadsen IS
Barnes, and the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs, A3. Mr. and Mrs Nelson Sanford are others who will I FIRST GRADERS in Mrs Martha Allen's room at Shadowlawn on ma Wright, Alfred Wells.

Merchant of Urbanna Va. She Is a graduate of the RosirUn entertain election night. They have asked eight of their! their way tar tin. upeda) Halloween lunch Friday noon posed long
Academy In Palm Beach and attended the University friends to hear the results. enough toi) tin. photographer,) to got n picture of their fancy hats. BIRTHS
Florida and the University of Florence, Florence, ItalYI 10-21i Mr. and Mrs. Wj|
before graduating from the RayVogua School In Chicago BACK AT CANTERBURY James Williams girl; ,
Miss Barnes Is a member of and Mrs. Dennis Earl Rive I
Delta, Delta, Delta Sorority. Mrs. William H Diddel
is back
and made her debut In Palm Beach. She has been at Canterbury baby girl.
her home In Virginia for the past year Court. Mr Diddel will join her from Carmel, Ind, in Players Group Aims To Bring 18 Enrolled At 10-22i Mr. and Mrs. H<

Mr. Sessoms is a Graduate of Virginia Military Institute about a month. They took several short trips this summer Howard Warren, Jr., '

and of the Harvard Graduate School of Business Admlnls and some, naturally, were to golf tournaments in 'South Florida'TAMPA girls Mr. and Mrs. Thoi
tratlon. He Is a member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity. which Mr. Diddel played. Live Theater To Neapolitans Eighteen Collier Fulton Walker. baby boy.
The wedding is to take place on the 19th of Decemberat Courtney Reeves County students are among a record 10-23i Mr. and Mrs.
is another ..
old St. James Episcopal Church in Richmond, Va Canterbury Court resi 6,498 enrolled at the Unl. ther Ray Jones baby
dent! who plays fine golf Again this year he was one,I With the ticket drive for the I to the actors, sparking thelrper. i verslty of South Florida this fall. 10-25t Mr.andMrs.Ou
of the 12 men playing with the American Seniors Coif |Naples Playera twelfth season I formance to new heights The number of Collier County Edward Ralney .. baby
Association well underway, Players Presl.i 'Secondly, the Naples Players i students enrolling at USF has
Read the Want AdsII against the Italians at Lake Como, and th i I dent Ray Wain commented on the Spanish In Madrid. Mrs. Reeves accompanied him to, alms of the Players organization. I Interested to work with them in ; was opened In I960. The
Europe and stayed on for more touring "In this age of television," I the theatre productions, chance i number has Increased from four EXCLUSIVE AT R4
When Mr. said WaIn,/'we want to five peo1f to be a part of the magic that i students the first year to eight
....JJ.lMJ.... Reeves got back he went to Plnehurst f i il ple.partlcularly young people, a I is live theatre. The theatre offersan In 1601, 11 In 1962, 14 In IMS,
f r lye '1" l;;4r)4ithftri tON.to the'fInall'In'' .th
fe lor ovcu iucss Tournament. His Opponent was his friend and fellow Many of them have never exper. 'estsi acting, directing coatum.Ing Enrolled are Jessie Adams, I
i lanced the excitement of an open. l makeup scene design and Charles Deal Wayne Marls, Ted
r. Neapolitan, Arthur Rels. Mr. Rels won the match. Mr >Ing night, the feeling of antic construction, lighting, sound effects Roebuck, Robert Salmon, James in. .
lJ ..A(.,..' Wool :JJt/'' and Mrs. Rels are at the Gulf Shore Colony Club until i [gallon as the curtain rises. They : music, promotion) all of Shellabarger and GwendolynWarrlner

Df ches Brae Club Beaety 8ilo MI S-S7II time to go to Hingham, Mass, for the holidays. The> have never known the elactrlty. 'these have their place In the. all of Immokalee;Judy GIFTS
i Ing effect s well-done piece of theatre. It offers great opportun.ity Cadenhead, Jeffrey Fickey, Allan
Reeves who are In Wellesley HillsMass., will be down i acting can havi ona live audlenc., for a change of pace in one's Hamilton, Carolyn Herman,
That ",o.DII," Color Way )'11Io'. to ua.. Them? later this fall. and how the audlem c's reaction life. Businessmen who spend Carole Polly, Paul Schryver and Accessories I
the Wbat'A, the secret behind We"'recommend sami. Mrs. Clan Coffman, who the to this communicates itself back their days at a desk find enjoy. Sandra Shuart, allot Naples; Antiques
newest member of our spent summer in Columbus
permanent color rinses to -r ment working with their bands at Keith King of Ochopee; Donald
professional hair color tat any lady who want. to Ohio is also back at the Canterbury Court. Mr. scene construction. Carpenters Rlndy Jr. of Everglades) and
muy :color that's nd"permanent" glorify her tialrshadel And and Mrs. L. P. Pennell should be along soon from Man Missionary Union and painters put aside their tools Jack Swain of Copeland. INTERIORS
but seml.so we've and become actors. Housewives
special for
not a rinse, but so those who are group"going ch.sterIt", to open their apartment. For the second! To Meet Nov. 3rd become executives as stage dlr. Furniture
much more? Many readers grey". But u you net a year they have sent me the fall issue of "Vermont Life," ectors or heads of committees Beach Club Women Upholstering
have written to ask me complete color change .. a fine publication. Interesting reading and lovely illus The annual meeting of the i The amateur theatre Is a truly
about those "SO-dar" or"sU.week" sty, white to ranch mink tratlons. ;Royal Palm Women's MI..lonaryUnion cosmopolitan organization draw. Back On Schedule Draperies
colors Theta brown .. you can see we'd i of the First Baptist Church,: Ing Interesting people from all With the big state golf touroa. Carpeting
not surprising I These need something more for And still on Canterbury Court Mr. and Mrs. William I postponed when blbell threaten. walks of life. mints completed, the members
breathtakinghues do the Did you know we J. Metzler were here this week to settle the !ed, has been rescheduled for "We extend a cordial Invlta. of the Beach Club Women's Golf
change one's appearance have special coloring ex. apartment Tuesday, November 3, at 10a.m.'lb. tlon to anyone regardless of age
beautifully Best of all, parts to answer every qu... they purchased from Judge and Mrs. One L. Phil. meeting will be held In the i or previous experience, to work next Association week will resume activity
with a board meeting
.they disappear gradually. tlon for you? lips. The Phillips, who spent four months In Denver,, (church. with us," said Wain. "A phone at the 19th Hole on Monday at 9 l1801J
no sharp olor.llne at Colo. Mrs. Charles Lawton, missionary call to me at Midway 2.2153: is
are now living at the Gulf Shore
the Colony Club.
hair roots. They're all that Is "
to the Philippines, willbe necessary. a.m.On ,
lasting too at least a the guest patois The 19644963: season pro. Tuesday the ladles will re.. fJ!!$ &'-
NEW RESIDENTS sume tournament play, shoot.Ing
month, on moat heads Luncheon will be served at S Sf ; auctions Include Gilbert and Sul.
I I. Mr. and Mrs Thomas B. Anderson spent a week at'f F 'noon by the local WMU memo llvan's operetta MIKADO, which honors tor over low 18 gross holes and in all low cl ease net 1290 Third St. So.
the Congress Inn between moving from the Gulf Shore( 'Den, it was announced.Championship. will open the season November es, Member
th and 21st, DIAL M FOR MUR.
Colony Club and Into their Ladles In the 9 hole section)
new home '
> on KingstownDrive. I OCR. DARK OF THE MOON, and America Institute
will compete for the same honors
over the shorter distance. Interior Designer
15th AnniversaryWe're There has been a bit of a building delay for the 1 son ticket prlceare$3.SOforad. I
Meet Planned By ults, $1.00 for children. Tickets -- '
Humbert Powells, too. So they are temporarily occupying may be ordered by mall by ad. .
Mr. C. E. Goldsmith's apartment, but any day now shouldsee I Moorings WomenThe dressing Charles R. McCool, PERMANENT SPECIALS
celebrating our 16th year of serving them moving to their new home on Galleon Drive members of the Moorings Treasurer, Rt. U, Box 604, Na. Guaranteed I
Naples with beautiful cut flowers, pies; by phone by telephoningRay
corsages Association
funeral flowers, flowers for weddings, and Mr. and Mrs. William Heitmann and Mr and Mrs.. ;for breakfast Wednesday morning met Waln at Midway I-21SS or 12 Fre! *PeraaBeM 111 iplMlndl Weve let I
J all happy'occaalona.. Thank you, Naples, John Taylor of Chicago came over from Miami after the i >at the clubhouse, formulated| tickets may be purchased at any @ C
for 16 wonderful plans for an association of the following locationst Gift $12,30 I
I IIrJI IOOOOOQOOOOOOCOOOCSOO Bankers' convention and champl.
year are spending a week at the j onshlp tournament, and heard and Yarn Bazaar, De Con Tile Th... ,.,"',..._, InthiO t.*.f N.1 lr Cat .
Beach Club. Mr and Mrs John ..._ .1. '
Holmes are showing I "
them the advantages of Naples living, Including good| ]Ings Pro Bill McDevltt.: Book Nook, Dunbar's Office Sup. Try, Mr -Wan' n.. CfttlCCNT CUT .ft. .*>fftir.. Me.w I
The 18-hole contest rained out ply, 9iepard'.Ofnce Supply,The look lor fell Ir..h.rti '....._111.. .*d ..tel t
and .
golfing fishing. ,
j last Wednesday, Wilt be played j Gallery, Beach Store, and Naples
Mr end Mrs. Anthony Federici have recently re- Wednesday, November 4, a t Printing Company WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
(Continued on page T) spokesman announced. S was al. !
..; ririn Awe. a. taw Ys l'ue
so next
r Wednesday'sI a Floating Gardens .
r may be used u the quail. -' ,
I Farmers In Kashmir tend' ::' ""
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fying round for the association
The I ; tourney. AU qualifying rounds are lakes floating and gardens harvest anchored from boats on, i
t to be played by November .
p 9
Bridal ; f .a.tile 1PJ.W.t< all 9
,1 entry urged fee for members the upcoming to pay tournament. the tl solid but buoyant man of top. 1

Bouquet i ii soil grass and weeds i

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Shriners Plan School Menus KM The.) School menu for Naples Junior September Living COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.,!M, Ha.. Svntfay. Ntvambw I,, .IU4 7

Contest THE NAPLES The menu for dI.condr week Monday Laaagna. buttered Costs Up Slightly Meat went up s.$ per cent One notable development in
Beauty at Lake Park Schools spinach biscuits and borer, Over Last Month from August largely became: of September was a slight drop in
/Jelly, pears milk Midwest farmers wlthhoMlftC the coM of medical: care the
On Monday Hamburger, dillebjpa Tuesday Hot Duos' WASHINGTON lt. livestock from flrst since 1849
Here Nov. 28 Notebook ooto slaw, dog on lAP) the market in an
frak and Mme paaa. french fries, tomatowedge.cuonmbers. tog costs rose two4enth of one effort to get more money the The drop was on4enth of one
Ul bout Jello with whipped per cent in September, reams bureau said per cent. Arnold Chase, u."
Naples to havt tno .rcontMtxthlC Tuesday Porkohope.maaii oream. milk. log an upward trend broke Fresh fruits and vegetables ant commissioner of the Bureau
Urn* a beauty (/Csetimad from page 6)) .d. potatoes, gravy, tossed. Wednesdayeaef stew,toss. briefly In August, the Labor dropped 7 per cent, but were of Labor Statistics: said 11
cont et.S lad, dm rolls.Wednesday ed Department said Friday. still about 7 per cent higher seemed to reflect: a slowing
aalad. rolls and bu'C'
wilt be cponaored by the Fried ohichen cookies : The Increase took the govern' than a year ago. down of the long-terra rise in

Naples Snrtiw Club and the winner turned from a six week tour through Spain, Franc, Italy Nee,gravy, .re nb an ,cherry milk. meat's consumer price Index to Overall, food prices were 1.7 medical: costs, which: have gone
will tw itMMd at the club. tint sauna call rolla and milk. Thursday |pork 108.4.This mean It took$10.84 per cent higher! than In Septem up faster than any other item in
annual! Charity Coronation Ball and England Thursday Hash spinach on hot rolls, buttered peas i"o- last month to (purchase typical ber 1983. the price index for many rears.
at the Beach II.Club on Saturday, Among the winter residents who have arrived this 1/2 apple lea cream -. *. talc sticks rolls and buyer, consumer items that could be
November week Mr end Mrs. orange andgrapefrulrcupitllk. bought for $10 In the 1957.!\
will are W. C. Fitkin They left their sum roll and milk.
TIle aflalr
be open to the Friday-Chicken noodle period on which he index Is
public and proceeds will go to mer home in New Hampshire early this year because of Friday Tuna flan oae erofc. aw salad sandwich cabbage scup andretain ( baaed CHICK and DOUBLE CHECK

the Sfcrtnet Crippled Children cold weather, and then spent a few weeks in New Jersey tossed salad jallo with fNit.bMu6 salad green t beans lee l President Johnson had already : OFFICE
Fund. cake, bread and milk I.PUNBARS
Hospital Earl
!Hodges and New York. cream milk. announced (the rise In SURPLUSNtW
is contest chairman and be will price in a Detroit speech In
announce rules at a later date. Mr and Mrs Marion Fisher, Second Avenue, North, e ,, advance uf the release here b el a.
chop| h.lf 'f f a.m.:: o '11 ",1 I ) \\ I UseD tya* rlf.r., (Minie maehlifatart CMKC
Carl Clemmer, Shrine presl. got in town on Tuesday The Fishers spend the summer The Shadowlawn School menu add ''I t i I.> ame.r""t i I "II at i the Bureau of Labor Statistics > writer dictating .......,._ ...... .qy
,, .. .
dent, said the contest will be for dole food and n..cnl.' cuw rer.lwn
months at the Sedgewood Club In Carmel, N Y weeks baked hfans a!'mg *rh I ,>mttblexpoon Higher housing
open to unmarried (iris betweenthe Monday Spaghetti. v/met each cider clothing prices contributed to M SINK ss MAC'HlSM JULES. HtPAlH"
ages of 17 and 25. The Mr and Mrs Heaton Treadway are back after a sauce, tossed .salad green and dark hrown .u.al and tineyu II half the over.*!! September rise in \Sn RENTALS FREE PROMPT

winner and her mother will at. busy summer in Stockbridge, Mass., where they free beans french bread, prunes. teaspoon of pr.paredI..rd., the index I.I"F.RSER'IeE
tend the Egypt Temple Coronation Twn Food prices were threeUenth 76.\ Ilk Avenue So, MI MOSS
mho. couple of mdluduslbaking I
entertained Tuesday Beanie waanies, .
quently their and
Ball on December 26 In children grandchildren dishri. and Site in h"1 i 01 one per cent higher because "'6net; ln ..lth V. I.-.tne.1 11r. "
Tampa. At that time the Naples They also took trips into Maine New Hampshire, and cola slaw, mustard greens oven for tv '"itv minute* ", of rises in meat and egg prices.
winner will compete with winnersof cherry cornbread, pudding.
Vermont and on the to Naples visited in Charlottes -, -
other clubs In the Egypt Tern way Wednesday Stew beef, rice ). : ,::- ;
pie Jurisdiction. vide, Va. and gravy, carrots and peas. :

Mr. and Mrs Truman Brown are back on Galleon cauliflower, flying saucer

\OIR Drive from their summer home In Harbor Beach, Michi Thursday Mrs. Partin'l I

gan. And Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Klopp are at the Ba Fourth Grader Hamburger,
PHARMACIST corn potato sticks, lettuce M*
hams Club, where they will be until they go back to matoes, ice cream donuts. APARTMENTS

SPEAKS Buffalo for Christmas and New Years Friday Fish cakes mashed N

potatoes spinach banana
5 BYGENE. OFF AGAIN bread, apricots.

n Carl Hertzberg came: in town last week from a

'' LAJS business trip to Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles Naples Senior. High r School : FOR RENT and FOR SALE :, :\

: and San Francisco He leaves again today This time Menui '

tear IPHARMACIST for Chicago. He will return In three weeks and stay until Monday Hamburger gravy ;, .

he, Mrs. Hertzberg and Carl Jr go north early In December over rice, tossed salad, hot )
rolls, cherry pie ml'k, butter.
Tuesday Roast beef and DIRECTLY ON THE BEACHHEATED +;
A The end of the week
good part of ourearth. Mrs. Hertzberg is having a gravy mashed potatoes slaw, ;

ly body is made up of noth. "painting house party". Mrs Cyril P. Ferring, Mrs. E. not rolls, strawberry chiffon,

Ing more solid than water. Page Townesly, and Mrs Ford Bentley, friends and fellow milk butter.
In fact, the organlzm of an .. SWIMMING POOL
adult being consists of 70 art students, will be here from Chicago.Mr. Wednesday. Hamburgers onion I I

per cent water) and a loss and Mrs. E. B McConnell, First Street, North, beans, tomato hot pickle green
i of, say, 15 per cent of this :
vital fluid would be fatal. have as their houseguest, Mr. Willard A. Speakman Jr milk butter. and
1 2 Bedroom
Water Is not a simple of Wilmington, Del Mr. Speakman and Mrs McConnell Thursday Baked beans with Apartments
chemical compound due to ham tossed salad, cornbread I
were college roommates The first of the week Mr. Me- '
a wide range of hydrogen white bread, Jello, milk, but* FOR RENT FOR COMING SEASON
and oxygen atoms. Or. Connell's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs, J. Fred ter. a1

dlnary water, for example, Ingram, will come for a few days. They have been in Friday Tuna casserole or

Is kinds a mixture of water of different Palm Beach and will go on to see the senior Mrs Mc. beef casserole slaw, hot rolls,
from the lightest known to Connell St. Petersburg before returning to their home In brownies milk, butter.

the heavier waters which Beaver Falls, Pa. 1 and 2 Bedroom ApartmentsFOR I
may prove in time to have
noteworthy effect on the Last Sunday Mr and Mrs. George Lake, Mrs. Francis The menu for Sea Gate Elementary -

rate of aging or mankind's Lord, Mrs. Glen Allen and Miss Caroline Hamm were at Schoott SALE PRICED FROM $13,900
.. Monday Hot docs, baked
scourge cancer. Auditorium in Miami attend the
Bayfront to meeting of
Although the layman squash, tossed .salad banana
generally thinks of ml. the Gold Coast Floral Association. Twenty five leading pudding bread butter and milk. ,

crobes with fear and re. designers conducted a fall and Christmas Design School Tuesday Goulash, broccoli CONTACT !"1
vulslon and would greet baked apples, bread butter and
In the evening the public was invited to see the designs hI
their total destruction, the milk l
simple truth Is that man. and a Floral Fashion Extravaganza Wednesday Roast beef and
kind could not live without i i
would gravy, whipped potatoes peas .
Amendment No. IS ex.
I, long.microbes Certain, at least microbesare not for Big Vote tend until the year 20U the fruit cup bread, butter and Auoclqttt :,
distribution of the two cents' milk
scavenging purifiers Edna M. lurglundHumbert
that break down noxious and (Continued from page 1)) secondary.road gas tax revenuesto Thursday peanut butter 'IA WO O IWA R I) B Powell, Jr. \
sandwich and
the counties. The present chicken
I noisome wastes and return the principal, as well a* the In. Robert'e Jchwilkert .' ''' -r. 't f! .
distribution ratio was set up In soup, Jello with pineapple
them beneficially to earth. terest, of the state school fund, .
1131 and Interests --,.. i/ '
large-county milk. Barbara B Wolfe $
We must also rememberthat could be used for new construc. '.!I ; ,
it was the microbes tlon at state universities. oppose the amendment because, Friday Fish sticks cola OKar t. Yenton %
which gave us a welcome Amendment No. 10 proposes they claim, the ratio d crlml. slaw, green beans,ginger bread
arsenal of miracle drugs to the number of Judicial circuitsbe : sates against the populous coun. and topping, bread, butter and
aid In mankind's battle for increased from 16 to 20. ties milk.
life and, Just as Importantreintroduced Passage of this amendment would Amendment No. 13 wouldallow> _uu___u_ __. ___ ___
us tothemoalefficient : t tend toward splitting up of Sarasota County'bool Board
drug maker of all large circuits such as the 12th to tax every homeowner for sup.
nature. which stretches from Collier toManatee port of that county's school.
tent it time, by the Why, counties The numberof Presently the $5,000 homestead
that you were Introduced circuit judges (one for each exemption allow owners of mo.
to your ideal source of 50,000 people) would remain un. dest home In Sarasota Countyto
escape paying any taxes The b

NAPLES medical PRESCRIPTIONSHOP supplies at additional changed Amendment method No.ofamendlngthe 11 proposes an the amendment exemption would on the merely first 12,000 waive g Stop at this sign

? Prescriptions area Constitution The Legislature of property valuation. The$3,000
specialty at NAPLES could propose under this amend exemption would spread from 1
ment, a revision of part or all $2,000 through $7,000 r
773 4th Ave.North. Phone
of the Constitution,and the voters ...rte 1a
would decide whether or not the 1

revision would be soda A LOT 'IN COMMON 1 and save on

;: CHARITON lou| (AP -
\ Th,.* Robert 9>ankt or Chant,*, ur
f; enttrcd in two diffrrent .ih""U
LOOK AT THE NEW 65'sI. \ end three different and,. BUI i
| they ill have teacher solve,r vacation
last, name "11 Anderson
f Jeanne Shank n taught' by

I. ,, Martha Andrrum Jama, by
77rk. phdli. Andcuon and Joyceby
'Mr.. Mildred. Aruimon

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V HOLLAND Guesthat ng new way to 'incr* M 'acs Golden G I d Gate G I I'I increwing your rltah'rn' b ,riget Golden Gate: tltalet

SALLEYINC I:: I 1 f t +de'6 part nwptl/ln/nt of yewr vacatift"Gulf_Mpentct<\" ..I to"westlend irou can. discover iMrncf.Its

ooporlunitiet to* ""' 4 and year round living
The Beautiful) new model are herI I See your
'local automobile dealer today, and buy your

new cane Ask him to arrange BANK financingfor ISO 5th., 'LO."OAFurniture.AYt.NAPlU S r., ( r ;f: tr' v ,p
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Gift. Accessoriesand FREE CASOUHE Str;, a' sop see. -. ,J FREE TRYING' STAMPS A, c '. Q41. Guttt. FREE FLORIDA ORANGES Fiend* arm

I Dial I C-H-f-C-K For Weather I Objeta d'art station d splay' 'n, ."". "'Io. are ye+(" (/ ; trad,'"g star v. ,nee 'dNp tees orange, g r t.tr.r thet'e why we
blue CCQ i'gn and .* sill plea up I fr>... 4 lo Dunr, tf, 4 5 a" .f Seal lee pl.esd l t', P"' de a large sack of
not to be foundelilewhere. the ut for: rout gavels4 hi(u" t fA a' .. ,. ''t of:,. foes tree ''t>"., orenfea, with our

$500 per f.mI", ,S Inhale' .. .j 'am..lent. eonpliinr to each C6Q family,

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Ft. Myers Green Wave Too Much For Naples 32-13


for two first-pertod touchdown Then will come the homecoin. But Ritchie with t MVyan pass'
Eagles BounceIn and added another shortly before log game November 13 with Se. But the Bagles could net follow Immokalee Wins the half for a 0.0 lead at Inter. brine "d aThanksgtvln.evetu throut Bill Hartter recovered: tier
mission Naples showed more ale it Okeeehobee Rich. a Qreenle fumble a little lateron
Second Half pep In the second half and scored the Fort Myers 40, but Na. Another Closey, ;
more points against the Green EAGLES STYMIED pies gave the ball back on an
But Too LateBY Wave than any of the four previous Fort Myers' offensive and de. interception on second down.
foes beaten by Fort Myers. fenslve line outeharged the Sag.Us Late In the second quarter This Time 14-13
DAVID LYON Sporting a fine 54 record,Fort all during the first half and Fort Myers launched an 82-yard Extra points again spelled the
Myers has established Itself u half ft dozen green.Jerseyed bill drive that took five plays. On difference for Immokalee tilth's SPORTS
Fort Myers' big and speedy 1964 king of the lower Gulf Coast carrier rolled up 136 yard In third down and lone yardage after football team Friday night,as the
Green Ware knocked Naples off after soo seasons for the three the first and second periods. a penalty,the Oreenle*struck Indians edged tough Frostproof ..
Its feet In the first half and coasted previous years Naples Is 1-54, Meanwhile, Naples was stymiedon for a touchdown 01I Gruber. t.am. 1443, at Xmmofcalee. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.plei.' FU., SumJ.y Nov.mb. I. If44
to I 1243 triumph Friday but can top last year's 3.54 re the ground and only partly Pete Correa pass play. Correa, The victory kept the Indians
nlgbt before a Naples School cord by winning Its last three effective through the air.The starting left end, snagged l the ballon of Coach Bill Broxson In the
football field record crowd of games. Next action for the Eagles Greenies scored the first the Naples 35 and sprinted thick of the Calooia Conference *
1,800. will be next Saturday night two times they lOt the ball. Na. the rest of the way to score. How. championship chase. Immokaleenow Rec Department
The Qreenles struck quickly against Miami Central In Miami. pies was forced to punt on_the eU made It 20.0 with his kick 1s 344 In league play and
.game's first series, ana Fort The TD pass covered 59 yards. 544 overall, and 1s assured of To Sponsor Tennis Beginners' Golf

Myers took over and rolled 41 The visitors wrapped things up i its best football season In his. Class For Adults Course Renewed
[ yards In 10 playa against a grudging with a short scoring drive u tory.
riKA 11; CHIEF-Harry "The
Naples defense. LeftJooted the third period opened. Fleet Immokalee now has woo three
Hat Walker tries on a Pitts The Naples Rec..l11onDepart. Another Adult Beginner Golf
EXPERIENCE tackle Jerry Howell booted the Tommy Strickland, a klckof .ne. burgh Pirate cap for size as straight games by a single point, ment announces the Adult Be&1n.Del' Class Is being offered: by the
; extra point.Reserve. turn specialist, dashed 65 yardsto he appears at a news conference beating Cardinal Mooney and Lee Tennis class previously Recreation Department. The Instructor .
fullback Joe Murphy the Naples 25 with the second In non4eague 7.6 squeakers be.
where it announcedthat scheduled for 28th October and will be Phil Derbyshire,
carried the ball only once In was
half klckoff. Fullback Charles fore Friday's Frostproof contest.
cancelled because of Inclement at .
he pro Big Cypre..COUIItrTClub.The
AND this writs, covering the final was new Pirate
Conrod gained 13 yards In three The Indians will be at home next weather has been rescheduledfor class will meet on Hon.
yard for the score. His dash carries In the eight-play drive manager. Friday meeting Fort Lauderdale
Wednesday, November 4th, day and Wednesday of each week
through a hoi at left guard was with Conrod covering the last' 'Pine Crest In a iKXMxxiference: at 7:30 November 5
p.m.In starting 9tn at p.m.
SENIORITY I preceded by fine running by half four oft tackle. The extra-point affair.
Golf Association the event the weather does There will be a series of six
back Billy McBride, fullback Bill kick was deflected wide. Tbe Indians took a 14-0 lead not permit these lessons to be lessons for $5, and all equip.

HAVE GAINDSPESSARD Bruce. McBride, and quarterback gained 20 Bay yards Gnuber In Plays Today At Into the fourth quarter, then the held outside, they win be givenIn Bent will be turntsbed.TII.class
visiting Bulldogs came
the auditorium of the new will be limited to 12 people.Those
L.HOLLAND four plays In this sequence Home fans cot in some lusty The MooringsAn with two touchdowns. Quarter.Community Center building. Applications Interested should register at
a Not succeeding on the ground, cheering later In the quarter, back Doyle Kelley scored on runs are still being accept. once at the Recreation Depart.
the Eagles went to the air. But when Lee Treadwell pounced on a 8 a.ra. "dutch treat"break of eight and two yards, but his ed for this class; however, they went office.
tailback Carter Bryan's pass to Greenie fumble at the Fort Myers fast for members of The Moor. sneak for the extra point after' are limited. Interested persons
end John Bus was picked off byG..ent. 26. It took eight plays for the Eag. loge Men's Golf Association will the first touchdown was stopped,ishould contact the Recreation Da Randy Sims Taos MM
Bill Carlson, putting the les be held Thursday November 5 kicked the loniett field lOll in
to score, fullback Billy Bryan by the Immokalee line, and that partment at the earliest possibledate
visitors In business on the Na. leaping over the right side to C... McMurry,association presl. was the difference. phone 2-3850. A racquet Southwest Conference history -
.n appointment at a member of major Senate pies 24. It took four plays to score from the six-inch line. dent, announced yesterday Playing despite an Injury, 1m. and tennis shoes are required. a 51-yarder against Tessa inLETS
score from there.Bruce account The drive started with an lie A discussion of by-laws and m ok alee quarterback Danny 19'-9,
committees three of which are of particular ed for 18 of them on two carries yard dash by Bob Koch. Carter other important matters concern. Browning twice pitched five-yard
importance to Florida and to you at one of its and reserve halfback Rlc Col Bryan completed five-yard pass log the organization will be held scoring passes to end Larry
citizen. line, on his first carry of the to Bass, and Walker found a good at the breakfast meeting, Day. The scores followed sus.
game, went through the left side hole to gain six more yards to McMurry said tanned drives. Browning also pas. g.
HOLLAND IS A MEMBER OF: to score from the one. Howell's the tour. Billy Bryan got to the All members and prospective led to Curt Massey for the vital il

AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEEA kick was wide, 13.0.CAN'T one on first down, and It took members are Invited.Maclean extra point after the Indians'sec.ond .
three more plays to cover the touchdown. Harley Thomas
important committee where Is con
very CASH IN final tough yard. A high snap Wins ran over the other point after
cerned. This committee has the major responsibility Naples got Us first first down ruined the timing of Bill Hart. touchdown. TALK ABOUT COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
In determining the nature, scope and near the end of the quarter,when ter's extra-point kick, which was
amount of expenditures In Florida in support of tailback Donald Walker hit end too low. First Prize Football You've ecleeted your land. You've got your plans, and
activities Involving timber, citrus, sugar, cattle, After a fourth-quarter ex. Prep new you are down to the business of building. It's
of all kinds. Our I big Investment so choose your builder with rare. Were .
and agricultural production change of punts, Fort Myers At S.brlng' 21, Hslnn City 7N
seniority assures us a voice In the proceedings THE rolled 71 yards In eight playsto Moorings Ft Mytrt, 12. Punt. Qere'1 IVtnlce very proud of our reputation for quality and Integrity
of the Agriculture and Forestry Committee in make It 324.: Fullback Bruce Archie MacLean captured the C.rJ Moon.y II Rlv.rvlew 12, T.mpi* Btrktliy, | at our offiee. W.'",* spent over ten years In
dealing with the matters of Importance to Florida got the last five yards throughthe first blind bogey prize in TIIu.... Fort/Immokiln My.rt, 14'!r,.F N.pln rotter oof 13 I] Naples building It. We guard It carefully Won't you
lq- Cfl1k( left side. McBride ran 20 day's outing of The Moorings tint* trJhL. Pl.cid 0 atop In and discuss letting ua conitruct YOUR sew
yards, Bruce 15, and Collins 18 Men's Golf Association, combln. Avon Clewltton 14Brandon
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE-This commit. I*. Turkey Cr.tk I commercial building!
tee administers Federal funds and has major during the long drive. log a net score of 62 with luck Wiucnult 21 Ditft City: S
Naples again showed defensive In the draw. T.mp. jMuit OS .Pilm.tto 13
responsibilities such as defense Installations, Sp'(. V. N.w Part Rlch.y 0 AlPl/fffi/l
Walter Kane and Tarpon
Gad when Alan Fetter recovered Marty Lynch .sminole, ii. Srtd Southuit
public buildings, highways, rivers, harbors, air. t Green Wave fumble on tied for second and third prizes Alv 41, Cyp,... Like I
Moore H. ), Sacs ".ton I 'MI 2.2096 478 -6th St. S
ports, flood control, maintenance and expansionof with of 68. v n ,
AND the visitors' 47 with less than scores ft. L. Pine Crwt 31. Ok... lays I
activities. centering around Cape Kennedy three minutes to go. The EI(.' ... .-
;. .. COUNTRY lea covered the distance on three Eighteen Eaglet participated In
SPACE SCIENCE COMMITTEE Every citizen of i I. straight pass completions tackling Greenie ball-carriers.
CLUB The defensive forces were led
Florida knows the influence the
space programhas
had upon Florida. Not only has It benefitedthe with the Ie.t'ACIUTIIS STRIKE THROUGH AIR by Woodruff Van Weeks, Hartter, Bruce, Ray Harris Ellers,,
From the T formation Frank
area around Cape Kennedy; it has also poured Townsend hit Bass for a,seven Billy Bryan, Al Hackney, Bass, Swamp Buggy DayToday
millions Into Florida' and will continueto
economy yard gain. Then Carter Bryan Koch, Foster, Ray Peterson,
pour additional millions. It Is Important to all passed nine yards to Townsend Treadwell, Keith Orschell, and
Floridians that we preserve the seniority that gives 'In Southwest, Floridafor tor a first down on the 31 From Nick Pedro.

Spessard L Holland a seat on the Aeronauticaland Country Club there, Bryan completed a pass In The victory entitled Fort My. Those Mammoths Of Mud Will Perform Their Fears Of Derring-do,
Space Science Committee, whose prime the right fiat to Richard Wood. ers to a second year's possession
responsibility it is to administer to all matters LIVINGGOLFING ruff, who ran the last 20 yards of the Naples-Fort Myers Jaycees Climaxing A Gala Week End Whether Your Voiture Is A Swamp Buggy,
In the space field and shed some Greenie ticklers trophy. The Greenles won last A Motor Scooter, An Efficient Volkswagen, A Sleek Cadillac Or An Elegant
raid rollllnl AJvcittMincnt hid Tot Ir along the WIY.Hartt.r year, 7-6, in the first meeting Rolls Royce, AD MILLER ASSOCIATES Can Take Care Of Your Real EitataProblems
II (hale. CienisieMkis i Gelf i I.u.U..t It
Herbert C Wolfe, Tirn.REELECT closed the scoring with of Naples and Fort Myers varsity
cen4itws Itr ,ley. a successful kick. He was givena tame You Name It, And The Chances Are We Have It In Our

SWIMMING second chance when Fort Myers Naples FM Extensive Listings For The Beat In Real Estate Service Consult Our
SPESSARD L AAU sip peel, TV 40' JO pith was detected offside on the first First downs G 14 Expert, Friendly Staff.
.study| wemtonkipi .,..,..... extra-point boot, which was no Yards rushing 311 21'7
good. Yards passing 83 58
UNUSUAL THREE BEDROOM waterfront residence of frame and block contructlon
HOMCSITES Naples found tough going on the Passes '1. 28 2.3
a n. perimeter .kemetitei ere 14... ground throughout the game Intercepted. by 0 S oa Twenty-first Avenue, South, in AquaUne Shores It also Include
I fei Ike beet Ceuntry disk UM.| against the big Fort Myers de. Fumbles lost 0 3 s spacious living room dining room, two tile bath., electrically equipped kitchen
It Sedapr rUii.et. fenslve line. The visitors also Punts lie 38 1-31 and generous sized porch with barbecue and oven Can be bought completely
Twa last ef Stele ftW used their Clan AA-type depth Penalized 15 111 furnished except for record player for $12,900; unfurnished for flt.OOO A cah
SUI ,_ U.S. 41 to good advantage, especially In Naples 0 0 I 7-13 outlay of $,,500 will swing It.
U. S. SENATOR PHONE Ml I M2 the backfield Ft. Myers 13 7 5 s..az
South Golf Drive overlooking the coif count, has all the requirement. Including

. . e . ee. ee e eeeeee.e e . ee. e e . .. e . . e e . eON plenty of living apace There are three bedrooms, with a sizable dreiiing room
S off the maiter's "bedroom two bath*., a commodious living room and entrance hall,
e a large screened porch with southern eipoaure and an exceptionally appointed kitchen
The house Is centrally heated and air ,conditioned and there li generous storage
C and clout ipace. 32750.

e 4t/5 % FINELY FURNISHED HOUSE AND GUEST IIOUSE only a block from the beachon

e C First Street South The main home holds a spacious living room with fire
C eS place, dining ram two large bedrooms, two tile bit hi with !built-in vanities, complete
kitchen facilities, screened porch and s two ear carport The guest house
: In likewise fully furnished and equipped.


YOUR MONEY AT B & W HARDWAREDURING PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED te 111,000 for a quick tile of a lovely twe ..bedroom

upttiire apartment In Surfilde This Is one of Niplet' outstanding cooperative
buildings, located right on the Gulf of Meilce Carpets, drape and a large
OUR 1964 FRIGIDAIRE CLEARANCE. refrigerator are Included In the purchase price.

1 THERE'S PLENTY FOR THE MONEY In the three bedroom, two balk CBS home

on Sandpiper Street In popular Oyster' Bay This residence offers paneled living
room, paneling on cn. wall of the Florida room tr.undcd burning fireplace
\t .. all electric: kitchen, .built-in grill in the Florida room and other attractive features

I Twenty feet on e canal are reserved for your boat 16,100, and r..
\k be bought for a cash outlay cf less than 13,500 wove etlsting mortgage

\\) A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR .mow-EARNED LOVELY ROYAL HARBOR HOME, decorating a beautifully landscaped lot en

Bcnlta Lane This two bedroom, tame balk waterfront residence additionally h..
a Urge dressing room Uving room and dining' combination, electric kitchen with
,' FROSTPROOF REFRIGERATORS '" ; Move, refrigerator' and garbage dispose!, perch. reverse cycle air conditioning and

9; besting and a twe ear garage Drapes, carpets, lantern and room dividers' arc
.. 1 ONLY 1964 WASHER "". Included and TV cable. has been paid for a year l2t. S,, with cash above a
.. J t f1: mortgage of approximately .17...*.






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By IOITH TYQCTT 11144 or JT44I Brokr* to
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BARBER SHOPS DRUGS SERVICE STATIONSROSSI'S WALTER OO" ainOKOTVAllrr silo rou.lMi Lunch ,Room ? j "* *""*",*". :jCAs.S hail tj t ._ i VtW3MNJ. hit IXINA IN
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'H'HE .. .. SERVICE -- ;- CAMTIIH NEWS FOR uthad 4 bin from hId laachhood
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THE COLLIE COUNTY NEWS It-! THIS SPACE .ndoIbd.$ BOARD, It/ft II13Help So..., .II... will bacatiN 55-StorBt 0111cc booN, CSrf.rI.: P1.041. Room
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SENIOR, WEAUTY QPERATORP. '" lni.rnlln l r.ia.fl ''''.1. bwtinot ...'"ell Hblock > O Coo IOSI ,
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Week $234.800Realty malls N.w DrosS Sloop ISNoel. ''' IA. ..q00i33Services .. .... 37-Houtaa for Salt
I.. Most h.v* Mtntiini 4'.:t:: r i. Airpon Read
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dt llr'tl 101 Offered from Quit Thai fcodroomt: Co rt Oils. 'IC.! )tM
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Sales For October Reach $2,073,947 14-H.lp Wanted Mali PAINTING "..lotI. |ir 1.01111 00 Noble**.550411501- WPIIIh VlIl. Moncom

Mt. toml room*. two. .'h..It Oondwll l ,
County" 'real estate sales.'ET $6rLoi, &Ao, 1ots"n 'irtQ''Ie)il'.'Mt3..,Vc1t..p.r- thc,
the last October processing and 12, Blk 8, Naples Manor eel In Sec 18. Twp to, Rge 13, Rachar Film Mich.. par .n IK *o 26 y*.r. uf a,.. M'' I IllS MI 111I1

period reached only J234.800 Adun.. $1.400, TraIl .develop 3000. eel In Sec 35. Twp 53, Rge M u.t bo high Khool gr.duto 3EA'ALLS 115500 NIQ1 Ius.d.LAILEIt I11SSdIIII P5051011.4, ilal.Sr

which represents a low for era inc.. to Raymond R. and dorumb SA to Jose Gillardo. :33. ll,200| Miami Gulf Land .. Good oppui. .(unity If your CONCKItl WOOD "OCX ::::t. ".' ., 011' t...... .... 0.' D.w.p P.lIy. Nesliortens.
Investors to Albert S. .r i.i MV*, noT ..tt4MI
any full week during 1964. The Wlnnlfred Novak.Chlcago.LotS Merit) V,n,,parcel In ,inc, wIlling io woik; anill Foundation Piles .Miml Trill

total of$2O73,94TIorthe month 1 and 4, Dik to, Naples Manon Sod 18, Twp 0. Rge 3': fl. aix) James W. Ol den. Film l l.a'1I. rhurictrr rtfirnnreroqulroit ROYAL ko.l disk MARION, hacs: W.t.rlrtnl porfk .s 1416459Acreage

of October however. Is a representative Annex $1SOO M.H.Davis Pro- 600; Miami Investment Co., to Mich.? parcel) In See 36. Twp :Mind. p.pplktti Docks-Mooring WhIp, .'..,

monthly averageover !pentes Iqc.. to Mildredcre.C0poI. l E, Angel M. Mtt DUz$1 t rltfordl 81, Kge 33. $1.200 h rank ISodoe IAQIN AulOfll.!.* drydoillABBOTT THE MOORINGS ) Bedroom.
Ruth In your own hcmlwrittiitf to .' I balls! i>..m.. l.t.ll.nt. Condilion ,
the first 10monthsof964. 1.aodtj : ., Lot 19. tomu,' parcel In Seo 24, Twp to Clyde A* and II. OKS (;.".nl il.livtry" '' N. tM.pllontl Buyroom OMttrlINO, ACMtAAC OlFf(HINT IN

Sales of $1,000 or over with Blk 77, Unit 6, faplei Park, 50, Rge 34. 11.400, World Wide Lasher, Miami parcel In Sec l-i, 10-90 itOperator Radio Road ''''.....dl.'. "00511100, P .ed. NOW' I .*.. boise ...*ldlytt I
36, Twp S3, Kge 34. $1,500.NOTICi l 1 bilk E..."."| lotttionMARLOWE on* mil* from U t' II
values taken from tax tamps $1,000)) MJI. Davis Properties Land Corp., 19 Wrbb Realty ------ ( SOil Itl,l ., 1,44, ,'l 0,1w. on to Still. orooorty WIth

on recorded deeds Includes the Inc., ID MUd -d B, LndIj4t Corp.. Miami parcel (n Set J WhCril.f O ...m. II"i'r.fo AND BECK your own *., Sod .*mr* it
Macnanto' on True. ...lnl ot1rl Only
following: 3.; Blk 79, Unit 6, NapDei! K, Twp 50, Rge 33, and Sec PUBLIC .nd H.avy uipmont Q.ill I RIP' RAP sNiLLs REALTORS lows -shy full priooM, For

William Park $1,000 Harold H. Clark 60 34 4nd Sec Paving" Co Naolat It/11 If til Fihk AM ioMl ,,,"h. 1....''''.'_ *ontlD
Dwlght S.Schwesta ; 30. Twp Rge 1 ItHI. t Mc.. I lit .
T J* 'M tnl.rorl.M.' hoe
L. and Emma C. Schweslg0lr.1 19 Eli| abeJh Williams, Dtjle 19, Twp 60, Ego 34, '14,900t'File ) rudnfin NOTICi: ? <5r PICIITIOUS lHTMTION NAMITht TO II.L ..r>. gli- will Isiuinsit tram drl but"*.r...Furl.'1 and ROCK GROI % J : Mldy I IMt f>. 0 B.. til

Ftellvllle, III., Lot 4, 01k 7, GlacteLot 23 and part Lot Sunshine Acreage, Inc., 14".*..'gnod. don tibx coo 01i ,,*'.,.ed tlrt Immcdl' C,....,. .....11,, f.) lily lh.l th* t conducluif I fr int MI. rim S bafl. .- All 1101 nIl
Unit 3, Aqualane Shores $7, 24, Fine Grove Sub'd $1,000. to Richard F. and Vefley' M. .*t* IAlfrdAlFfOO bu"ir>,M it North ;rmJ ,7P. ploys sod ".slop' I ::" Corasiod ,IIavSfocotOfod PLAtO WERE 0,010 OIL' ThAI PLOWS TIA .
0Apm. Plo.,4s. tiwlM lOs liclitiuu PnlelI. In.''' otA.
000| Robert L. Walker to Rich Powera, Chicago. parcel Sec nm ol Dorm flpl. I'lfidorI9i.nIon Wi1ti., .fl round *.po......* MARATHON1OKI ......'.. MONEY CROWS ,
ard 7 and Thelma N. Ellin COUNTY 51 34 11,300 'h.I.d I,rm .. eompOMd olnd Qeo8 *15101 Condition* 1111..
;; 20. Twp Rge : ...... LIIOII., 004. VII' .....,'" Anoln.r firoduoinf Will| litmilM
,uf. toll.w.og PO"O" W"OIO .04 OIl '.ill Holiday bald. ) mIM.: : COOr !
ton. Naples, Lot 16, Blk 12, W.R. Crane. Sr., to Billy Golden Age/ Investment Co.. to pl.... ol r....."." .'. II sfasjId& ".n Apply in paTTvrrw ._ NaIl. WICINI from CoiTior County. I
Linda Immoka lotion. M..., Fultr Ifldutlltunovland ,.., *** .. Drdllno w"'IC" ,'iSlSil .-"., .. .
R. and Harbin !
Unit 6. Aqualane Shores. $6. Mary E. O'Connor, IN........,. J ....14.0"." .111.' County DEWEY POLLY m.tmb.l. 1,14 hIS C.hII., C.
300; James E.! easleytoTheodore lee, parcel In Sec 32, Twp Plains N.Y.. parcel In sec 27. ?M And..... O'iv .bIllS II onat Donor Woik
K.plM. r...... Ho Ml' l.>,,,. WI OFFER THE fOLLOWINH'
and Margaret W. Yankow 46,Rge 29,f l,600GuldoClaius; Twp 61.. Rge 3/4. 11,300 The4auih OMrli' ol North N' .el" KInWII.ft. ...7.tI..1; '. i4 *p-Tr.;; Airport CW4fS REALTY

ski. Naples Lot 8. Blk rl, Laka to Mildred N, .Llmtenson, Napjes Coast Conit, Co. Inc., 4 U.n.nII
Led 82 48 01'0 : SlIIWNIPS ..*.ft..* Pit 040 0wy P* ly "..It., Q.l I Ml: front ( hP.rkw.v
Park Sub'd.,18.300The) Brent parcel |n Twp to Aflxrt and NfarleTonl.Cht-! ( i lp all
.nd 4lt e. A N
irdi l /tot 'n r IM ibid ., lilt or acre sIll
Corp., to Larry A. and Joae*. Rge 27, $1.5001 Ruben T. kn' ago. (iarcl 195ec2Twp3, Clr fw Cmn Crl,*ID Covnl* Clnui*. fHKio Court l in. rt*nd| l M *,i.......* Ml ft4IMNArittNOOF ttmioifil! : Trill I fit*) _.,.. ,..h'.. Will ..11 MIM p

phlne C. Dow, Naples pan son to Dale V. Brtmerman,. lige 33, $1,200.Maml .' l.l.r lOS **//d-i...* ., North Npi lao 1110 co citANlNa a| PAINT tJi NOM1rIT1TUATIll Mlfj. $$ ..r* IrttttMl P

Lots 5 and 6, Blk 5. Unit 2, N ple$. parcel In Sec 11, Twp Gylf 4.anc1lnvcllors, .Kir! >l.Cr."i"r..lo:; ;: till t .'erovitiont jr.lor id* runic) NOTICE ,Ill kw. 1 B R homo ,joI It .asi .Pprlulsii. .,11 It
;; tomoi.ltd it I $5aySdolCs ** from **w will" ft
The $30,500.The 49 Rge 55. $1.290j porothea Acr Rtdiklor Ktptirt, : .rrNi"e: from ,. t4t ?
Moorings. Wio.i I.., 5101 "miua lOll dl, al ,psid Mat .d al SIN wild
Brent Corp., to HaroldW. M. Minster! to Jaff p.and Maude ol LtOAL NOTICE' TO bIDDERS Oil 1.555 pif04 w*..d"t .. 11'% mtnaral 05545., "
OWaAMtTTA. J MAUKONIN toiod o>ropool' for Ik* tonMrutn If... ciatwnttl <*N PAYMENT PNQB
and Agnes 3. Brewef Naplespan Thompson Sr.. J.cltSonvli1e.$ PUBLIC NOTICE Oil II H. Noy t *. IM aba ,, pf Immot*)** flmontryk"OOl vb 4 iiwo'y 0 l Mar ... vt about, aiiowmipOMNini I, line 'm1 wIth" Hi ft
5 and 6 parcel' In Sec 28, Twp 49. Rge .. -* Florid. to Iko -.re SI... blvd ... t illS iSS ... 'otI.' ,.. ..., fb'OJihhfli II shill wIlt, IiIN.
Lots Unk .
of PkblM In monrV or olotiritalO 0505 aid ,... N..'.. Os
2. The Moorings$290900Clflef 26, $3,000j; Dorothea M. Mln LEGAL NOTICE, 10 SIODERS,.. in TNI: COUNTY juoar COURTIN (I'IIWi' "or Count win b* rcivod ky ISOIpirl1S5Ii50 >. irov ton 4* lord 'hIs 5'. MaIl ................ $014p.
Wlx roponlt for I** AND POW ol 'I. sell 51 040 I0 Iwo. .. oo.. IN'S llb5..l S
Pontiac Motor. Inc., to Jim Land stcr to Jeff B. and Johnnie fiction .nd 'IntlllKt, .lltw.0.< tun Con.!.. CCIAUR' COUNTY.PMOBAttNO FLORIDA !.i\,,1>1>'''''......... d 0 tcboolt/Ibis Napiot'Id .. ISO. :"iVyUVn'oWl': : !,:: :"!;. 501L14AM51 5VOlh. .. iNtU ".INSS.
iriI .. .on. IfK 'i"J ... ...nh. ..,
Jr. Jacksonville ( *
boloro "
Geneva C.Parham Naples, SChool 'IwI0000llO l Herd* and N. 14 I;I I -1 f*Nov' on 11 or I I IH4 .1 wk,oh lima .t". ( oil .ust ,...." H NprlV.. Ml' IM ItFbrad la a.,.. I* nwlai. Irom NaplttMM I
In Sec 28, Twp 49, Rge mlii nor' MK *choo< NOpI" 'IN PC MT.Tt OFJAMtt sirs.
Lot 71, Blk 12, Unit 3, Royal parcel ..' di" for Ih, oll',.. Cou-l, band MtNNY BURRU .,I. <\ plat* ihy M ii b* rub4ilyp.noi ;;-ft ,,,.. .*. ,aol H.. to* ky nr I badroom. par
Harbor $?,9OO; Etonita Shores, 26. 8,000j; Gabriel H. Luff to Ol Pubic' Initruclon oIl|l b r* '' I .:i r.aoa lrT'lhl'l)0 W9 Wl'l Vie yb'l.ou..04515..11 J I bath eat kout. on IC, ," 55 Mil. Ores 5044 C
> .v* o/ in. F. wale5 Flrmtngrurr.Ala.
John' : ..
Inc. and Renee : I h tpotifit
John E. A. i4wd '
to .1 ,h Kp*! l 01fc FON FlSAt OIKHAKQCNOTICC O.'n..Jtt4, $...''" Pool Control fono'iSPSOni 04 .5ro. whOA II1.. freo0lous .
Markusson et at West Port .. parcel In Sec 12. Twp NJOIH'' '"" '" ..** O' **4oro It MtRCBY GIvEN thai '..i05 bI'a .. al.4f. Ml I ItMM I kadroom ** on __.. ssasoy p044 .Ii
rumba I II r> U |:: 5 T Nov"'..., ,l IH4t l Ill.. Mod my Imol. otu'''' at .. ".1' Cool' 545 tnaIO OI.TONOSISDI FiilfH, Own*. 5lcf* ;fully .*... *: I'Ion 51100. 500001 ...*.**, I ", Cl.s
Conn, Lot 12 and part Lot 11, 50, Rge 31, $1,200 which t,"". .nd plosi lh*, ,,lI a.ttutna of tka sub* o4 JAMIININRT AND WI1.I.IAI.5 NS'flI4I ", "*2. ""'"'..'"'ed '" ,_ Crty of O M.. AP'CSSITICVI. ill M.
I demaro Molina gtuOtc'r, opriftf nd rood BURnuV d*otd fIll : .. ''II 'Of n00.sd PhIl ...r.
loss 0
Blk 19 Unit 2 Bonlta Jj A0. to : .. 36-Want To Buy
Shores MI. PIsvdl
CO>... Ol I. r .. 'It.r. I k*>* filed my pot'I.on lot ..tirbutior ill45,4 P541 lo *"'. ... o..* and ia..t tkraa C
$1,300; Borilis Shores Inc., to V.. Merida, Venezuela $1,800) O'C..n Or.'i 004 ) sad for fnol r.tck r., anaIk A -:" OW 45 rosuonod r',Ull.C--: : Ml ovailaklo on soil o* tkaabta
04 001011 i54 .d p'SIo '" ::
Jose Prado U"O" 0.. b. 'b."id S ( .l.q.Wi ,! 0< 005.' IN4 l wIl 'PH".T .iq : fL'I5plI.O ; tt- Wo kahovo Ikato aolo.l
Irvin and Nell: Hansen OsH Conntrba $A> M Cbs. 'I" '.Q POtPN Md.PPYU ,_.r. ii '''. 01051. ROo'4 M 1110011111 .SOlId Il ISIS LUio'aoilIl,51s. .004 I P,00 Ird t.,.. '_ 11 ,.."'.. Ik b. A| Htttmn tfMFtkiill'o P
Ca lObS
Garcia and Cello Prado Garcia AND WILLIAM A Poll' Ju4l of Coi',*r ( "H"_.' 0511 sIp As o.f.n MaoIic.I0s Tel iitn NorlkNCW IWMO II .... tar
Blk 14 H
Forest 111. Lot 26 r"J' Ie S. t/ll IIlk
: 1.501 '.on.doslmo
tIll McOr.iorkoul""d _
VEIL :, .t. i map or appomtmanl ohowCAfllBBCAM
Caracas Venezuela ... 1. **. cii SIll 51 SI 05 / boidjraom I ..... (toadCtMIn
Unit 3 Bonlta Shores. 1200. par- For! M, Fiord A aId NIl rclvrn* *ndOAtD IS 000040' II' 4ro l"k)0u4'r"t"i) I I.I l I.
Sec 18 SO MO* of 1500 t <"rOJ NK IK* ..,, SW ,.. 1..1 .'. ad C"OCk' ..'U. 15045 ,Ipb I .1.0., '041 If SSfIsi. *. ill III" il** shiN." ui'i iIf ", RfAUTYRIAiTORt
eel In Twp Rse ":: Ofk.f A. 11. foIl rAm, "oaraonod Ill 0.
: Hd Ip. I. I ll7rAH
O' .
.4 tO. .Il k 5.1jYfY
04 ( *" .: : : I 410 w.i| | .- tSn
: .,.. .... KM
coToit tk Oomoral COM JAMES "Hi'\: i till ab8 no .r fit
: CYPRESS 33. 51.100.Coruftibi. tt*.d 10 SUPRUS Hf < !4'j MII' = fA. P 0 ... ItltNO.
EC CNOCOO >...11 ko mado pay ."id f 0,.. .... .... ,_,'oc. po' "'" "
Big Cypress Golf and Country 3.).. to Francisco IrKtar"bit to I*'* Arrkiocrt tAi full Ooaoko' 2' I'* : o00 l,. I0000aO Ii 151 "........ Sat 1100 $1 bus .wsIodid. rll-w.y Naploo. Flo.
Javier Mendez Havana!. Mert tOJtMM Jl tAO ..-., 0'"ll b* rotiimd dONS BfLL 'u*' "uttr ;;I 5 10440. = II J.yi 04frl I U-Awtot for VINCE CONIJOY ,
Club, Inc., to Norbert N. and f Or.- i..d ISOCt.CI .x fri. diii s.I I.. lCd,

Jane G. Naples Lot Ida, Veil.. parcel tn Sec 1$. tno ... rturId t* IWO ArctHfoctk O.l H Np. I I it 1H4 .))! !''yO OWinlit100 .oiy 111.1" 541.'I. F:' Ml ItOl 5SO101590. tit IM A.. Park/ *> tr* Iraot |l M down and
Sargem, ,
." "no.,_ w"tk). It d Ia.fclt4a 55O'od4l0 ? rn mi, k* *rr* f4 ,
SO 33 $1.eoo. Corumba aih' : W.:::. "" t Mt po< month No mtora
; .
17 Blk 1. Cypress Golf and Twp Rge 50 siSal 1.1" l-/1 '-I- _
*A'"coor ..r'" fflM"'ool I M o' T..r .. iMlM .*. mo from Oodn
: A 04 .
It 'aIsnsid .
; e as
TO Dr. Edo V'c" !** ..rotlllU"'Lo Cl I FIC Wi1as .
Club Estates $4.900 ..... Ga' l"Sosdiy. CihelEsody
Country psd .I4aCP.400IO5 Si
"t nod miy
k* *
r..c./ ,if* QU/y II Cornov I or Sirp.Io {
Merida Van. parcel : .. T>. con 'LO.'DA< fft eI sa.n. .. Is.I Most elinsolfIl I lsi'ass I 1I..1t 0/1400
Collier Dev. Corp. to Maurice\ Moreno, off t. > Ail 11511504 0 (. Ftao* I d. Ohio f (
W PWOSAvE Sills ,
r nI. .... if Iii AroNolid M Ftlcon Fulu Hf "m kom. ovtttnd nf 'KHOkoMookmo i-:FM* IV.flt. HUNT
and Gretchen Welnstein Everglades In Sec 16. Twp 50, Rge 33.Sl.'JOOa c.. -u" .... IN. :1.J.I'1. *fl (ilk S.d Sold Si liiilocW A "r.... .. e oy (w.,... J Np Copunba $A.. M Paso e .u..t:.krBd ( STONE ..rO.f_ CAssi CIA.4'S CIsi, ilywli' Wd.n mww Md o* I nwdoi ihit Cdotv.til ft LKVATION
Lois 6 and 7, Blk 27. : 'r.c... ky Wi B* 0*<...od .. Pd hod 5.110401 ly Wi ... tl MoclMr. loo T.... '"J*"* 1 h) ofird wnk or foIl |Mt ... iwo uf>. Cotn orlotmo
Everglades $2,300 Calf Harbor cual speransa, ....r1da. Ven., Oor and tvrot 1 Comoon y lotitltdId TO ALL jOtID'TJ._ AND MOJ" .I.' .d lu'Ssv c0SO.9 lie.r -.. *>*k*.l fuMrMMnat *nd .." ba
n FlorM .n a ION, OK OSMINDS C ii SiassS 4. WifI. I ass rot GOADS vif O.CAHI, "".... al o fp-vr, sill SIS .
t .
In See 18, Twp $0 0* bJt'noto AOAIN T f.iO f ITAfCV :: M / twbdivloion tit. LOUIS
Corp., to W.C. and Ruby parcel l v p*' eonl (A'.! of l owovni .001 Ilyl p5 I": $094 of -:1' kof F.r ao WAVER
; : M 0< .pcA of O.Sr.5, =; COLLIER 'QL'T'ITYMOTOR.1 on : CITY
Lots 22 lip $3. $4,900 rumbaS, 4ro : woOl Bid tka Bond 4 *. 04 ISO ISiS 15. Ml dMa dr.. \l IM oor ooro f trmo,
R. Whltlock. Ochopee not'od knd oQ '*d la r lor off t .
>M *) Moy l ..' of I
t r*'u *d : TAM if .., .._.... ... .. C 'i4..nld I I IvOOSifli .ot 4 "* ''c. ... .* "..' .
and 23, Gulf Harbor Sub'd, $2, Ernesto gulntfiiani C.. Me ;.. Ad :. ..,.;.J".C" : so *4hr I. : l .4 K.T. "frO W '.s osewifad : I0I.S4 sib ITv ._ i !1"11, IINil Ml*N wl INrtNCOAITAk" Bty 11 ortI WATWAY

000 Herben A. Deknatel to rida, Ven. parcel to Sec II. ba t urd MO and iho **r orm mio < /"lAtll'L."i'; '1O.. :4.' 0wO I ,,V4 TnMoM dr'..o loOP P* II It T1NlJr FNONTAOC OOO4o .
; 33 11.eoo. C 040 Oft poWinI< ttcirrod T ocoMfu' .** l.l. of U4I C I lo 'ede-501104 $i eoOfol | .{*IUnl ,od>4>0n M... .' For s oav > Ibid m Horn*' .. Port "".' ., in. tutn.rn
roumfca .
SO Age ; ".. b* o .fod::2-' = ; Il 0iv04 Ii ii
Twp w .
: '. lilt N.oioti
Marion Claire Brown Endres. I iMin ? *i
; P... ':--f,. .;tnd) COv-l J.df.C.. i, :....... 5.01 e_. Vii too Silo bind' of Homo lev 1.0 of Nt M.rkw ADSvih.OPENI
SA.. to Gino D1 ecn.Mend& MuK *!*. I. .IK. ..*.,.i' '-. ,M .. It II. .. .. DREAM Wilt MnW "
1 to* M .
37 Unit Iii kind of hboMM
Lot and 504 II ; .
labor 0 .
411 I.-
N.YM id ,4 CiOIl. i -
Flushing, < > "i *>.>... .. d Ci.5y |. H,, I ; :, .; .ii4I ..... or ON M'lit ..
Vetu parcel In Sec mat*. .I. TAo ".''*rn.o'c* Bond Jf ... | ". ? ..'... .. "._...__ 1- .; yow ". ... w4nn> wor .<>C. IM..MI ,
Isles of Capri $4.400 &.Loach ... 54,4. .. ..." ..,, 0005 0950
; .
k. ,it. IomoM olOn Oolf 50451 111 *5 11151 .. I t.- 110 ?? Mrd "'Ao.hi
... : i J ..
\ .
Ona. No I fI/I l I. .. :
lOa 33. $1.800 .11I" .. I' Ml
Rp OooooHO Th
r.lOf'.l ft .1 lilOl ooro* Paul
Inc. to James E. and MinevaC. U. Twp .ttvttv* P'* '. IMCoMrrc 1111 of IA. ._ .. T.. ... .. ". I -1:: 40 .0 tO.'as. "' ''' 055044 HaaRy'koliMrOK" : Moorifot. o* to 14 ft silo*

Nobles. Jr., Miami Lou Corumb S..., r. Or.jut G. O.l ii'". myot k i -'". .. ... fIrs. .911 5. ;; IKK TOll 10 NAPtfl FINEST'
2 Isles ArtJltw MerUa, VBO. parcelb ".l_ ,f I, '1rosUM2 -... tf .. .*1 .... !lie...i4wa _... .. I 4..Tr"e". Tratfort ,... iNtTANCC t Brrivi'4.ii VALUC 'I.'"
Unit .,
U2,4aad434, ., w1'15. SO _, t SvlIJ lI ,.' _. Ttrmo
-* ,
of Capri $4.800. Sec 11.. TwtfOj gt! CD, :: ; tnn'1I1 A : ... rr.I Ma 151700110 A 5 -9.f! l'. JaTaM: ? Illoidsool fop tomorrow.
'A ad bto. ,...... .. I'tj1ftL. I' ) cM'lTJI5:411 l .t "S ** )o.ard Byoiod la .s4 rot AI"1
Loach, Inc.,, ta James M. sisol; C ,.? X'ts..0' '''. ..... ...IfoS .. : ,tr:;:;; ... t:4; : ;;' ,.4, .;..' 4 Air Coid Til* MotfI i\I."nAOU inpjtiv'
Lots 439. 436 to":I'i too .. ..,.. enle old .55.4 Oo"'r on* mrio from ti.l*
Pace. MUml. ,. ... ...
OlofO SURWII TI'S : : torI it'Fr ourIN*' 14 tit A Ml lid OoWo.
and 437, Unit 2. Isles 01 CapeS 0140, .. .. .". ".. awl aN 54. 151 fTrl /. .. Pd' ....... ) SolO ..... H 0 it SM*!** Tar.* ** ...
or *
.n1 f. 4 "' : :'T. "4 fI UIWAW Not ..o II down Pal.. .. I
$4.800i The Sou* Naples Shores i z1:1900ilOd: '=1= ? .. : if !:;'. II ,:::t "--"V SO1 501110 os Mm. kwalMW .,*.,.. e... yoor

c:... Inc., to Fam Mm wilhaley : P015CoO' ......... 0005Warssyi'o.n-/.to. ..: '!..."" ......-. .- 44-MobiU Homes I Ar.. 'h'u''tt SilO Odmplot as Mk.wlktondMopodl O H. LUFF ,
to Naples .. Pdl ".....
CouoI0 .
Naples parcel .
Is' !! '' -- "o, ".., I".'. ...k., .
: Gr. and 1r.Co'sUztle costWANT 0 ATTEST D .YIt4M.M t1-:' Of = .. 1. sisi. c V 'Itr- ; ; .lI ,..t"Lt.: .' : : .(AiTVRfALTOAt ..wPip '!" .. z. u'

Farms Omit 2, and R ya.ll'al1 -.-.,. iTN. :"t": 10s11 In104S 55 sol'S; 0.10 rom or to IH Mr*...
$2.000 Trt-D Corp. AD 55.04 04 P4.w l0n0I0n.l. .=.,! :.... ,::s.0z :0ouSSO0'OI .... IllS $1 i-till I '.S P 0 ... lot* .,.. lor ,..,1., ...,* M ft of J
Terrace. C.il, ComoM Potio. kpf.4 Tank
P., ... fo Mo. Mtw Naolo f'o and t
to Lawrence C. and Gladys I. I ijj,.., ___M. IPSo tIltt&tWd. ,,4, f N. SOw t. .. I" 544 .114 t p.. ';;1'. will ft.*n< Mj | 1041| H/li |f p Ir


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S.ndy. N..*.*mbr I, 1944 ". ., w

Tuesday Stakes A 0 '1r 1 SWEET ar BUTTERMILK

High For Both r r i BISCUITS

/ Art Bars j
Kennedy, Keating

NEW YORK (AP) RobertF /. reg.
Kennedy comes to the cross 5c ,r ,
roads at his career In next Tuelo can
day's election In New York. .1A d 1 ., a
By nightfall, he will either be tl
a US senator or a man withouta WHERE SHOPPING LIMIT 4 PLEASE
Job, after more than 10 year '
ID public life IS A PLEASURE! ;:
He will either be the third rclod
member of the Kennedy tamlly
to go to the Senate or the first to 'plc
have failed In the attempt. "? tncler
He will either have a powerful
political base for his future or, ; SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVTINSPECTED I bat
for the time being at least, a hat
sharply reduced chance of going k HEAVY WESTERN BEEF t
anywhere at all. normally, U
But If Tuesday Is a critical vo1am
day for Kennedy, It 1* equally "STEAK SALE"SIRLOIN
critical tor hi* opponent, Repub. P sal
lican Sen Kenneth B. Keating. ar
Keating Is M years old and not 3s.a
likely to have another chance to YOUR CHOICEHUNT'S
run tor the Senate. Itma
In the final hours of the con
test, survey of voter sentiment tie
came up with mixed result. tloior
The New York Dally News '"
straw vote gave Kennedy a long }, t
lead However, pollster Samuel T-BONE qu
Lubbell reported during the '/ lb. 99C
week "an edge of victory tor
Sen. Kenneth Keating but, with
one in every 12 voter undecld.
ed either, the way election" still could go ROUND (boneless)

The Dally New said late In
the week that Kennedy was
running ahead of Keating by
S7.4 per cent to 40.3, In tabula
bone of 24,710 straw vote*. -
Most surprising wa Kenne
dy's showing In Upstate New'
York, which Is consldured pre.
dominantly Republican except
tor the major citle. The Dally YELLOW-CLING Swifi'i Premium Sllc.4

percentage News' figures there gave almost Kennedy as big a HALVED DELICIOUSPEACHES New England Loaf ft;: 39*
as the statewide figure. New
York City Tote heavily Demo WASHDAY SPECIAL
cratlc. Swift'i Premium Inanalwelrar or

The Keating rival Is candidates a onetime- Latin Sandwich Chubs ft; ;: 29< GIANT DETERGENT

teacher, graduate of Harvard
Law School and then a lawyer.
He has been In Washington 18
years, 12 in the House of Reppsentatlve
and now in the Sen
ate AQc '
He came Into national prom!* 22 (
nonce in the summer of 1962 ""V
when he began Issuing state
menu about Soviet missile and pi;.
military activity in Cuba.

Gulf American I<+/ LIMIT I PER CUSTOMER 1-

Land Sales Up I f' ;

For Fiscal YearMIAMILeonard dotutt produce Jane .

Rosen chair
man of the board and president FLORIDA GROWNAVOCADOS
of Gulf AmertcsnLandCorpora
tlon, reported net sales and other Household Bleach -
operating Income for the fiscal
year ended Aug. 31, 1904/ CLOROX 49'SLICED
amounted $94,363,883,as com. o s jug I
pared with $6De78Z'78 for the
fiscal year ended Aug. SI,1063, ',";q' (Limit 1 pleose with purchases of $3 or morel)
an increase of 33! per card
Alter provision tor federal In. I' I F&P Flavorful
core taxes, Gulf American each 19 uuc *303
showed a net income of BEETS 10'Musselman's
'IO, D ,II71, equal to $1.11 per y ta
share, as compared with
$8,565,981, or $.'11 per share for TangyAPPLE

the It63 decal, an Increase year ended of (1 per Aug.cent.31, dairy specials SAUCE 4 2s.a:. *1
Rosen reported gratifying re 21f0
suits concerning the company's fMl [era Oil PRICES EFFECTIVE .,
cash flow in fiscal 1904. The '
collections from contracts re. Margarine .I\[\. 29 MONDAY, TUESDAY, ;
celvable amounted to approxl BU/l ; Prune $-1bots. .
maiely $42,000,000, which repre. ,_.*...... Auort" Ileven WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER : r.e e a v e D Juice . . ., . . . 3 I
sented Increase0
over fiscal an 1963. per cent Yogurt . 3 ,1ntt...If 492- 3, 4, 1964 ,: Chicken of Th. Sea
For the first time In the "
com. 61/; OS.
pany's history,these collections Dun k Tuna . . . . . 3 cons $|I I
generated a $2,000,000 excess
cash flow from operation. This frozen foods cone MOVMI1IS_...'. VOLUMI NO.1 Uncle Ben's
represents an $8,000,000 In. <<50..

crease operations over net cash for generatedfrom the 196) Inew Crap OriConcentrate. OW rI\\ PARTY PIE BOOK D Wild Rice . . . . . . . ,k.. 65*

fiscal year, Rosen sold 4 .. 1tn uv. VOLUMI NO IHAMBURGER Uncle Den's
Company cash now forecast w Crap Oreni. AND 6 .
<< 0.

will Indicate be received that over from$50,000,000 contract Concentrate 1 UN.... 49 20 VOLUME BINDER HOT DOG BOOK D Curry Rice . . . . . . . ,k.. 39' I
bolder during the current ',
Uncle Ben
year. This will represent an GenII* eleeeLM. 79 39'' I
increase of ""'" only 10 ex.
approximately 20 Coke Beans 25
II D White 1w.I
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[other Book Out Grace Lake In.

Bob Adams Business Here bt Ntmt1

( Experieooe->

J For 15 Years

[Wedded To One Lake, Florist, IM4 SECTION B N."IM. *U.. 5u... Nevtmbw I, IU4
,: Imagination Third Street South one at the
largest retail flower chop to
I Southwest Florida 1* observing
: a d1d
\.' BY TED 'I'HORWARDaeknowledced nuptial any bepl'UlllMcltohave the 15th anniversary of Its found
lug today. United Church Women Make
taken place last winter In "Th*
dean of lit. Naples Writer Forum", where From a small hop In the Brae I
turf and art,Robert K. Adams local author meet to encourageand 1 Bedell Patio, now known as UM
never been content to enjoy criticize each other effort. Bach Patio Mrs Lake ha*tele.
rest and quiet to which hie'tars Among his practice assignmentsfor Lww graphed flowers to many distant World Community Day PlansThe
entitle Urn. Instead he the club Mr. Adam was glv. land and to famous people of
ieemlngly draw iMMhaustible en several requiring the produc. t stage, screen and TV.
.strength and Inspiration from our tlon of short stories, and while In private life a widely known United Church Women of of the heat church la chairmanof
'Combination of I&IIcJ. sea, suntod completing these he found tddi. painter of still llf*, Mr*. Lake Naples announced plan today the eoffoe hour.
sky which 1* known a* Na. tional plots crowding his mind moved to her present location for the local observance of "The offering received on
{pies, Fla. Here, to the new poems so that Instead of merely doing 1993. Today she has two assist. World! Community Day to beheld World Community Day i his year
I said new paintings which he preterits the work required of him he was ants who are trained In the art on Friday November e, will belied to semi to
annually on his return hetae able to extend his exercise intoa -. of floral arrangements, two de. at 10 .m. at the Emmanuel the All Africa Conference of
now added another category finished book. livery buMS and three trunk
Lutheran Church Bow LIne Churches for the establishment
that of books. "The Naples Writers Forum" telephone lines to speed orders
I His "Stories of The Western as well as Mr. Adams deserve to distant points of the (lobs. Drive In the Moorings. The of a Bureau of Christian Edu
leans" Is being followed by a credit for much of the sizeable She recently acquired additional Service will be followed by a cation" Mrs Miller announced.
. volume of short stories as slim volume of literature which Is be. space for the shop by adding an coffee hour. "We all know how virally important -
. and as trim as the author him. leg produced locally of which adjoining store one occupied by "We welcome> the women of education is 11 the development
self. Entitled "Romance of The "Romance of The Old Frontier Dr. Phillip Smith. all churches to Join with us of the new n,\I itlons.
Old Frontier Stories", this book Stories" is the latest to appear. Among patrons who have ac. on this Day to participate in a Is essential thai the I church
Is, or soon will be, available at It Is a book which all who have qulred paintings by Mrs. Lake united service under the theme Involve Itself at this stage in
ocal book stores and gift shops come to Florida In the footstep 1 for their art cotledionsane Mrs. 'Nations In Community," stated long 1 --ranppl'MII1f.: nation
It 1* a product of a remarkable of Pone de Leon would do well Louis S. Golterman of Naples Mrs of the al and continental
Harry Miller scaie! A
man's year of experience mar. to keep on their bookshelves, and St. Louis; Mrs. J. J. QtI.
rled to a never failing Imaglna. for somewhere between those pa. ler of Chicago Mrs. William First Christian Church chair second pan ofthUoftrringwlii

tlon which is the envy of manyof "', If It II ever to be found OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY (.race Lake, florist t '44 Third Street, Gadwah oll'rovIdenoe.RJ.) Mrs. the man. Mrs Evan Felghtner. of go to secure ,a woman, staff
Church member
Lutheran for the
us who are far must be a clue to John Clements of Indianapolisand l Department
place, .
younger. any ,
South today : lebratea the 1 th) 1I0nJ'I'U"V" of the miding: of her
U cochairman of the of
Since a proper marriage re. the long sought se ret of eternal Mr. and Mrs. James Pettiof day Cooperation Ketwocn Men
quires a ceremony, the official youth. establishment She is shown Her. l-ff, making a forag'" :! which was Providence, R. L The Rev James Mackey rec and Women of the Nfrtcan
worn Thursday night by a Sw imp Buggy Queen cunudute. with her tor of the First Christian Churches"

three assistants, Caroline Hamm Iunll.( > Lord (standing, and Martha Church will he the speaker Mrs Miller reported that
.' '? Piercy. NEWS photo) WMU To Meet Here
, Dr Urland Fague pastor of for several weeks women of
Tuesday MorningThe Emmanuel Lutheran Church, the churches have been work.
will jive the Invocation and Pe- ire for tin World Community
/ rit I WMU nedlctlon. Day material aid projects.This
log which was postponed because
National Election Service of Hurricane lsbeU will be held Others taking pan will bet year clothing for school children .
, .at the First Baptist Church from Mrs Ralph Davis, Episcopal In Africa and school bags
10 o'clock Tuesday morning Church vice-presldent of United and supplies for children In
November J, to 1 p.m. Church Women, In the absence Brazil have been chosen as a
of Mrs. Tracy Day Spencer fitting supplement to the education
To Make Debut TuesdayMIAMI races every two minutes. PresbyterisnChurchpn- project chosen for the of.
Except for counties Mill using slJentj Mr. Harland Fague ferlng
hand ballots, the Florida result Emmanuel Lutheran)Mra.F red .
(AP) The National A* icon as the last rote has To narrow th.po.l1bUltyofer. In the four races NEB I ts cover Binder Episcopal! Mrs. William .
( Election Service, designed to been cast In his precinct, the For, all printed forms have been Ing should be complete stout 90 Griffith First ChrUtUniMrs. MOflf IMAM TCXHiSTS MAl/ COnoHIOAft
brine you national and statewide Jaycee reporter will telephonethe color coded. The Jaycees will minutes after the polls close, .William Kepp First Meth filTURN FOR WJOTMtH VISIT Milt)
election results faster than ever Miami Beach collection cen. give their county and the color Smith said. The U large couiu
odist, and Mrs.Robert
before via your newspaper tele ter. Each Jaycee has been *up> of their forms, and the operators ties with precinct by > precinct
j. vision or radio makes Its debutIn piled a printed script card that will transcribe' the precinct coverage should be cleaned up First Presbyterian. Mr..Mar.
"\ Florida aJ throughout the tells him exactly what to say in reports onto forms of the same even sooner. tin Nairup will be organistand
country Tuesday night. placing the call. color. Smith a retired Air Force the soloist will ha Mrs.
This innovation In election The operation will say, "Na. Thirty five messengers will public Information officer, was Larry Wamble.
news coverage, called National tional Election Service, OK cooled run precinct results across the assigned to manage the Florida Ushers will be Mrs. Peter
Election Service is a pool corn. ." Smith said this will save room to the computers These VES setup because of his exper.lence Farewell Mrs Fred I Klavehn.
blnlng the facilities of the three 10 cents of conversation with the will spew out the cumulative in the Weal. Coast prU Mrs, Earl Lucken and Miss
major broadcasting networks- long distance operator. vote total In each of the four marls a Hazel Peer Mrs Jay Abbott
ABC, NBC and CBS and the .-
two major wire new services,
r The Associated Press and United
Press International.It .
wa created after the highly r
competitive network and news
agencies spent vast amounts of PROUDLY
money and manpower compete
ROBERT E. ADAMS Inc to cover the slat primaries ,
taster than anyone else. &
"We're not working in rain. .
ota or..seconds any more," ac. \ ",' .JJ'cAnnounc'ethe :
'lording to Alva Smttk, FlortttaNES cr '
manager. "We're trying to
0 have time into microseconds."
., ay FsM NES headquarter will be in
A'2. New York, where the five par. 19657ea.dd4t
: I Uclpant will receive nationaland
state returns via open41ne
telephone circuits from the various
state headquarters

Florida NES headquarterswill
be in the 60y.lOO foot Cypress
Room of the Miami Beach 0 ee4
Convention Hall ft will be filled
with electronic gear newsmen
and telephone operator.

Volunteer Chamber member of Commerce of the win Junior The Family Homes With The Heart of Steel

cover major race In every pre
dnct in the It largest counties, Are Now Available With Added Features
which have SO per cent of FlorU Many
da' registered .01.,.. Other
irr Jaycees will be stationed In the mow," "
!I'"I : jt'
courthouses in the remaining 81

4 #I telephone counties.At state. NES operators headquarters wiU ,take US h ..

precinct results from Jaycees as .
soon u the backs of the voting ; "
machines are opened. Precinct
reports will be converted: quick. *
17 by electronic tabulator into .. I1h. ''jJ./i., ','
figure from tilt various coun. '1 "' Y', \ I
ties and into figures for the ,
r f.
D n
.d These will be sped electronic
g a ..
.r. ally to newspapers and broad.
casting station served by the
AWAITS STAMP OF APPROVAL A Diemin. Director five new organizations taking
of Maintenance for the Post Office Dept examine i new part in the poll. Florida result
aluminum mail collection box In Washington The 68-pound to be covered are the races for
clear anodized box made by Reynolds Metals Co.. U undergoing President (Governor U.S. Sen.
tests It was designed for maintenance-free service ate and Conrt"The remain
eliminating present biennial removal and painting required der of the ballot will be covered
for present boxes. indivlaually by the participant.

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2. COUlf COUNTY NEWS Ntplw' H.. Syne1*, N...."'fc.f I, ItM er, Terry Morse, eUtanu mal kkt dom, conservation, patrol lsadssras Starfish.Nancy Honor and enjoyed a color- '* ******** * * * *
Future plant Include working dressmaker and family 11.... AcMr.SUlaaG rlmm asalstaetl sound movie 'This U Ctrl

_........ on a skit about Juliette Low, Other badges being earned by SWill Suaaa Hall, Judy Swwer.atslsttmt 100 Years Ago
I.I a troop hike planned for November troop members are as follows; Flam....OeorMtte antesla -
5th to gather materials basketball Mary 3Moer*. Shepard Jones Sawn. SMto- !
Gill/ Scout NotesBY for a craft project and a cookout Beverly Gordon, Pattern tan Palomino Laden Dunn, welt, Pauline Blbee! Shelley
at Camp Tlrnberford which Towns. Cynthia Otter and Mercedes Eva Jones aulatMt. Otter StahlmM and "Charlie" Huh- THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA
will take the place of the Not Owens; chef. Belinda officers Include Patty Matusiak. sen. In addition to the future
MRS. DONALD SCHLSRF vemberlSih ni < has decided to work( on an original Mary headers who Is study.* troop treasurer. The entire Mrs. E.w. Timber- Civil' War Centennial Committee

badge Involving knowingthe Latin one afternoon each week troop is working on the Dancer lake, neighborhood chairman) 1'* * * * * * *
City of Naples in: laws and as pan of the requirement Badge. Mrs. Francis Ford Gulf Coast
points of Interest. Council board member; Mrs October 29 Brigadier General William S. Walker of
Junior Troop 211 met on have announced that troop patrol SC t e Robert H. Martin senior troop Florida who was captured in the fighting around ,..,.-
Thursday after school In the have been set up as follows Junior Troop 316, under the Cadette Troop 124, under the advisor Karen Hultzen president burg. Virginia on May 20. 1"4, war exchanftd event I
fellowship Hall of the Methodist )! Hummingbird*. Susan Cadette Troop 949 met on leadership of Mrs. Charles W. leadership of Mrs.Allan Bibee of Gulf Coast Senior Planning weeks ago He was today placed in command at Weldon,
church for a Halloween Spingter, patrol leader Pat Monday for a back yard cook- Martin and Mrs.Thomas Over held a tea for future Cadetteand Board; Pat Geary president Virginia t
parry. Mrs. Jeannette Iverson Turley assistant patrol lead- out at the home of the leader ly has several new girls pre- Senior Scouts at the Scout of Naples senior troop: Rear Admiral Stnbling informs Washington today "of
was in charge of the party. er...Goldfinch. Betsy Coe,lea- Mr.. 1W. Gtllings. Qualifications paring for Investiture. The House this week. The guests and Pamela Coe and Mary Helen the destruction of a valuable and tipettdve GovernmentRebel
Mrs. Frank Unkeless and Mrs. der, Mary Sptngler,assistant... were planned for workon troop has also formed patrolsand witnessed a flag ceremony pre Corwln senior aides 10 troop ( ) fishery! on Marsh Island north of the Ocklock-
Robert Acker man, co-leaders Doves Margaret Miller,lead- the following badges ani has chosen the following sented by the Cadette Court of 124.AS.. onee River by an expedition from the US.S Stars and
.. Stripei This expedition which took place on October 18,

.Af. j.i 1 :::ijJJJ ij U U r r"rif.:; j JU < $t.4i.: m Z1 J/f M..f! 1 establishment succeeded in ,destroying consisting all of the the permanent fish and dwelling rates of houses the

and the kettles of the salt works attached to the fishery,
a large and valuable Mine, two fishing boat, and 16\
BETTER BUYS I Confederate soldiers ((2 of them sergeants) were captured
There were no 1 losses on the Federal tide Lieutenant John

all Ol hernll. commanding the expedition, says this was "one of .
from & I the most important and reliable fisheries on this coast
are lt Your...Loral,.,, ;' Your.hdu'Dane' s.",,let'01 Wod.anal..the... furnishing large supplies not only to the interior districts
( Florid lIodlc.1 A.oo,"'n'''II' of l this state [Florida], but also to the commissariat of .
SYMPTOMSMEAN the' Rebel Army," The captured Confederates are from the
MUCH Second and Fifth Florida Cavalry
October 31 Florida Quartermaster General Edward
\ .
y >mpiom IP a clue lo the
| explanation or elucidation of a Barnard reports that patriotic Ladies' Societies have sewed
I i pli).ical or mental disorder and contributed the following clothing )<2 coats 1,040
>'j: Symptoms aid the doctor 11 pants, 169 woolen shirts, HI cotton shuts, 31 pairs cotton

OWNER LEAVING CITY MUST SELL! ; Irrlying making a problem diagnons' : They of all arc 1111 ot drawers, and 787 pairs cotton socks Clothing has been
:'" two kinds: Subjective and objective shipped to General Bragg's army to Macon Georgia to
be distributed to the Florida Brigade in northern Georgia,
A >ul>;erti\c symptom is Olll' to the Florida Brigade near Petersburg, Virginia and to
perceptible to the patient, bulgy Floridian the 'rd '
such serving Regiment Engineers Corps,
an pain Objects (' -vni|'-
General Buckner's command. General' Barnard also
WinS arc the"c ol>l10U- to I an reports
"h erver such a< ,t cough. that cards received from the Florida Card Manufacturing
'selling, or color of iiktn Company have been distributed to the following counties:

nid The out\ physician what ails, ill the order patient to 120, Alachua; 72, Baker; 24, Calhoun; 96, Clay; 96,
usual know about the )'inp' Columbia; 48 Duval; 24, Escambia; 18, Franklin; 127
toms He thus Enquires ahout Gadsden; 120, Hamilton; 72, Hernando; 72, Hillsborough;
srs the history of the ailment and 48, Holmes; 171, Jackson; 74, Jefferson; 48, Lafayette;
( I 3 I the patient 1 previous The patient health describes of tin 98, Leoni; 24, Levy; 48, Liberty; 120, Madison; 24, Manatee .

his Hyniptonu I a l he can '; 72, Polk; 48, Putnam; 26, Santa Rosa; If, St. Johns; ;
I jr When, an lilluI'|: on attempts 72, Sumter; 120, Suwannee; 49. Taylor; 96, Walton( ; 49, I
to interpret IIIH symptoms Wakullaj; and 48, WashingtonATTENTION I
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c.nfuied A stomach ache niaj
have' seriously jlarine I him
iv rrM..ln even though the doctor dug HOME OWNERS
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t cancer or heart diNeue.
Symptom and corrosion from your bath "lth
may appear inbite
part of the I ody while the
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else, ai pain under the right
shoulder bla le might possibly magic cleaner and rust remoter
l hC' due to gallbladder disease
;: This iii known an referred
Yes, the owner of this home Is leaving town end must two tile baths, central heat and air-conditioning and a : : pain:' Me also are headquarters for
Symptom .a' related by tin
I sell Located In Coquina Sands on Alamanda Drive this large family room. This home with 1744 sq ft. of livIng I I patient the art ,:important,al1.' IIh: BUCKEYE BLUE
phynicun they
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MtMrt ie *tcr rtal >*IM MriMata apptmcn ,fat M R ton M ItrnMer.. art

t complete service department for Hefrn ration; and appliances

ASSOCIATES: Magnus Brlnkmin, Mrs. Peggy Burns Arthur M. Caldwell,

Mrs. Cudie Hoffman, and Nick Wallingford 1eefrltpascw

6O3 riTTH$ AVCNUC COUTH Refr feratM andpi>liaar Service
I Mil Dark Bit*. .. Ml X.7U7
le l ran ttne r raM>kj'<*4 r.j..tlM' Dealer
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tIN ....... the other bI.... The COUIiR/ COUNTY NIWl .N. *|.., Mar feme',.,. (N.watk.r I I. ,... 33dbeppolatment.
off-beat treWtl topics OBtf, voJesale sandtsabsoiulstyJHB ..
rfM'' r3 Rn your .heads ad toe
M Mk tt, not a _..... Tt* Rurrloe *u BARBS
__ seA ..... up like Meek: watered net, a few years ago, made a l'
-. ; I sift, tottaf an edge of creamy (toR .darabi. mess in these MOM.alas. BY HAL COCHRAN
/ ftomdBy row tfte MM "niousteohe" M a
w 1tafle4 M The section with most. sun and
Ken boy "drinking Milk. It's toe bed that M many
yule away beMad some grotesque and Is the east, or windward love affair are taken to court
saaMUaeel tree (*mttoMk I coast Starting In the north at Instead of to heart
) Be* a white... beech edged Levers Beach (watch the rough .
surf), a series of Indented bays,
with. swxMone chits.SCOTTY.
Anna L. Bowes rocky headland and sandy cores Watch' a coup of young
oeUop and decorate this side teen as key" walk/ by your/
of the Island. Apparently; this house-you won't believe/
The m wte. "Island In the A 10. Minute stroll around' Its The whole of Saline Point Is topography appealed to the an. all the devilish things they
Sun"" was shot im une at the deep horseshoe-snaped water curious because of its Scottish dent Carlb Indians for here arch. can think of to do.rJAJ.
sunniest spots in the Caribbean. front and you can snap a camera* lex*. Tawny meadows stretch eoloflsts have found a skeleton
Grenada. A small Island (It I full of banana boats, schooners bleakly to the sea, broken by (minus head), Ivory neckpieces
21 ml.) and not very high (S749 husky stevedores and quaint ciotus bushes and acacia trees. chisel heads and bowls. Mr
feel at most), It seams to be the brick buildings. A lonely lighthouse adds to the Wilcox Is Grenada's Indian ex.
I classical image of what a tropl. Rent I car or hire a taxi (bar. scene. pert
a cal tale should be. There are gain beforehand) for a unique In the hills, however This Island In the Sun goes to
palms, at course, and dense ve trip to Saline Point. On this an"trl'h and tropical Gran t sleep at night. There are no
; _d1cv geUUon, beaches and a beautl skinny Up !of. Grenada two Etang s volcanic' lake of brown nightclubs on Grenada and just A lot of drastic steps are
fill harbor There are colorful beaches lie b.ck. to back, water ringed by dead trees, Is aI.EVEnA a few private clubs where dances being taken by little tots with
4fr'4fr'YIE14 natives, 11 hotels, falling ships or calypso tests are held. new roller ikate.
and yet Grenada falls nat.I .

would attribute It to two !t\ II ,ua!:mi the largest of The joktr Isn't wild M
facts, having spent S busy days / the
the (ntral American bridge, visually jwt
FROM ABO\r: ,'' ,I 01 i:' I' n,,w rlllll', | \ tell .nn-rtainment i combing the island. One Is Its countries hubby
field Dunn' Iertlllt, <: i ft'! '' "I nuinbu, iblo The -\stim j.JIIIJI"j, "I" I]I' (offered "n Anuiuuinlm "nt- At left is phere which pervades most of the
shown what tin PJSM.MM! t'( c, HI his seat Hi an set nni lttlth ttltusion or listento hotels. (One even looks like an
stereo Al rtlhtotu't: 1 t special' arrow indicates camera in nose of plane which English stone museum} Furnl.
allow! passengers to see on his screen takeoffs landings/ and m,flikht pictures of the tore and menus often reflect a
terrain, dismal lack of imagination and The Afency' With Personal. Service' I -
taste. English cars and trucks
whiz Importantly around the narrow I IA
roads The other draw.

Southern Chicken Pie--The Real Thing back, are people. On this diminutive dependable ageacy, teapoen..
bit of land, there are ibis foe protaeting yam, r-
almost 90,000 Inhabitants Jam family" home and buaineveagaliwt
med together No matter where every Incurable three
tit you drive, walk, swim or boat t II of loss 1 threugh a planned pregram -
someone looking at you. torn; el protcetloa ....'*..IMCI
pared with (22x 7 ml.) BonaireIn by rompaniaa of wiquettleeMd
the Dutch West Indies, (population financial itoengtk.
about 7,000)) Gremada of.
ten little privacy.
r However, IF you are lucky 1
to In Ross's Point
-, enough get
Inn whir h .is delightfully Carib.
bean 111 food and fancy; and IF INSUMCf UJKCt, lac.

you don't mind excessive humanity tf(
r then Grenada can be Ifs lifc A...... Jew*
... fun. Phew 1-SMI
6t. George with its bright blue RFACII: bacUropped) by Leveru Island Naples. ,1eri4t
r harbor Is extremely photogenic. offers relative privacy fine sand and rough waves

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1)1.1, P I 1)l)all I In k II I Pic, A uilu fl1 i ,ullcl'cuun' 'muds 1 "I nh I hig puces oli t luck I .,
"'?f"' "
its i I I'I'" 'li' II I.. I. .rl" sum t \ and huitcmu: I'd'\ .. t' l' '.

B'' CECILY BROWNSTONE I i ''I''IIht 1' ream place on a low rail .I I"q
rioted Press Food Editor, I Ii'.isp'?m suit about 10 minute helbaking .." r
time. Heat' ,thHI .' .. 1.nl i r
Mi's l a i letter horn our null I 14 h'a'I'"n pepper 3t ,
I I ?., hash ol "'aieI ". '" old pie al"tie, ,," i L: Ii'

"Ih.n ( niK \1 h'r our i I.dk I mn IH jar ((7 sum en) piniiini I'"kkd" Ic.ih.5. \1.110.'elllllll' 6 1 I. .' ,
tin, ,,'IIH-* JaY about Dt I' I Hi. S Hullemilk Pantry (MI reupe)
( hn I rcmmil, ,,, In a ioveieil kettle, simmer yor
lid knil"t. lair the thicken, celery and onion in '' HI RMII K PASIR"! \! l y Yy u'IR
ountering this. deleitah" ,sh water to cover (J to 4 cups) until 1 cup thou '
when hr lust ptnemeil' the very lender I to ) hours Strain I teat pkm salt A I
dl' 1 lights' if n unif> timing mt broth and reserve ) cups, adding 6 tahlesixi'\cgiiable' h.'f.' '
("" III.., water .if neiiHusrv ti. make that ins
\t. lIddltIh, ,' family, with amount lean 1 hum" s m' ohnlren] 6 .tahlesplsmchunerrnmsrgunue" '
h"l1II<' 10118 slaying would' ail '{.. gerund joints, und ttingn, I 2 teaspoon hiking, nods .1 : .,
j'4t.,, .
d"I ii u' a huge oval dining, taheheapeol remote and discard hone (run, I 2.upd1fllfJhllll'"llIlk.h..utlIn ( r : J... 'I',
with fried chicken remaining, ..., remim' nkin ,il I a mixing' howl, stir' together lIt. I 1.\I.f'\ t f Ai
,,units 'I.JI11. cndlevN Mewls l ref you like. thi flour and snit. i tit in shortening ;, .
iKtuMro (including tweet and In a nauiepan over low heal and huttrr uni' Ii I the tile ul "'. 'bLiti.:
whiti ixtalofs), pickles, hia-. melt the butler; Mir in the flour .nail !pea' \itil hik ">og' s...ta to
unto. inihteaU, and hullermilk, Add the tt-sinrd ihnkrn broth I 2 cup buttermilk, riot i I.. ,1-I
lust I when' Daddy thought' he took and HIII until thickened and ..solve; add to ll.iut\ nui ifr., M IIr li '. .
. culilti't, manage uniither hue huhhl" Slit in cream, nail with, a fork .to form d "nrdlun' i .,"tipa ;
tut, 11.mi the kitchen uuld come pepper and mate; sauce will, be lr\ il 'IHI ess''if. .i odd I t I", .}
a '..tmui5 chicken pie. It was a thin; keep hoi.Vfange tableapmoa morr rnik.
srparil'o urse. a second meal half the chicken Press gether' alto" a hull wrap our
but, n.i tine around that table piete in the 2*quart casserole, and chill, for 10 n"in nrs.
ever siMled. ,I' II >ou're lunous lined with the Huttermilk Pastry. Roll out Iwo-lhifdii ,"t I pasirv 101. '.t' r u.'' a\
about. that pie, Jo try this Halve pimiento, and amnge over on a prepared pa.tf\ cloth, int" r
rei .pr .. .hI< ken. Scatter the reserved .i rojnJ. ((14 to |tS nub< ci, in' it ,
Nell, vwr" baked the pie and pietis ot Hulletmilk. Pantry over mki a heatprool gla.,. 1.quartlaanetote -,., ,
out amity, gobbled il up. No the t hit ken and ,pimienloii' "Arrange (I I 14 inches inside' ,............ -.--- .
wni,ilrr this chicken dish ham | th t, i .nninn piro< r. ,it' diameter' and 214 imrii ITPI 7tj' J' \ .f '
hen trednured over the years. chkkcoin\ the ,1..1 i and M> pastry totem huttni, not, I J I ;; ". ":
pour wet inuukli Jl 1 the hut sides.' Trim oterhang. boil ,1'i I ,it ; """ e ; ." \ "',' fd. ";I t.., ,, "
i ..u ''' ''' ..,. :..
H'FP lllSH CHICKFN fir sauce to inter; reserve any press together; instead mi' ,mm : : : "
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Roasting tit clewing .h,. ken Cotta >.IKC, hit the folled-nul am.1p.c\ < ..a and one a* directed" -- >;:, : "" ... ...._ ._ "".,..,. ;'f-" .., ..r'i".. ., ,','
labtiut pound' reads-to-virile round of t UIIII.'rm i PJMIV poet in [Deep li.h t'hi,. kin Pie feupet '{
right, ). ml upI Ihi lip, n.I,,ten edger and real t I" aiatlrf ..vii chicken and .
--- This is view.rllBALCONY
I nli icUrvI to 1 bullur ijstBake "pi" i"ii-nti' '' .K .., ol remaining = our point of .
I Urge ,moo, peeled and stuck on tenter tack of a hat ....r'fl",1" 1 i Intl a r'nd(8bau1
with" h staves (400 degree oven until pastry ( s.J I I in fit top of _
I 14 cup butter at mari_ 11 golden brown 10 to 40 cesMfole, use tone top crest ofBasnBW -- -
I 4 cup ll\.nir minute 1"" br,'v' t" borne, pastrv 1" ",

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AOiG CHAIR HBa B la iaBBlBDBBBHa HI SA I! !r -the open sea your neiilhbor.

I I.r I 22'- 2' FOYER n.lmpoeinq sesldence pr..ned! here Is dedicated
10 provide the owner. with a CII.1Of8 home Mqh,
t ) above Naple n. dimlniahu.q commodity of private

DANISHCHAIRS (II'I I r D..c.LJ I I beach: ia yaws ho .noy) alone

ic! A rapport between .t..1or HtUAq and .Mtnior. d.
DIN I I H G K I T C H, sign Ie evidenced by the spacious beclroom. l1ytnqI

J Jz Iii I 10'. .'stl -2 and dininq area, each with an lUIObetr\lded open

I r r. fell .poIlU'.

-i I I From roUl waking bows through duuaoq and enter'tm

Foam Cushions I ../ P- I /-' TH tatalA9. .glorloua. .rcha"iAq sum..u' and
Choice -- t l 1M t tIIemomsnla of hate .vllGiaq Tbte .. your
DRESS KuagdoiyalIli

RN. PATH You 0" master of aU you suvsy, from on high -
2 $ BEDROOM crt tJ.. Qorrlage pub
,Ti IZ'. 0""'114'. ."
S'S : ,J: You'D see dat..at view of Maple It'e ow point
FOR r' .1 8 E D R 00 lot 01 lb. fifth floor 01 tho Can aaq. Club
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CLOS i I' t. '0" an Idemal investment tom 3O.m



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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS .Nael. ... Ha.. $..d.y. Nmb- -;I. I IH4LITTIRBAGS [1BJ May Have


a Trouble Finding
MAKE VOTES In Tenaa. I 0 0 P slate of
NEW YORK AP) The MII candidates for the atat house of
litter movement II adding a new repraaentaiivea it paaatn" out By HAZEL ABRAHAfcflON t' New Senate Wh
t dimension to 1964 polilickmfOffice !bags with th* slogan: "It's Time
for a Clean e> eee> ee> e o e eee> e e e ee> eBROOKNK >
seekers from Mime to Sweep Elect all
Texan of T 00 Party Candidate (for WASHINGTON (AP) -
ire taking advantage
Sen. Hubert H. }Humph.
the litterbag before the voter. State Repeaenutives.!
Another elected vice ,."reelde't r
reports Keep Amend Beiutiful lmrbag. sponsored ] Y ,
Tuesday, President J"u s
The Democ a Advertiaina Club ElQW.ERSHatahar" !
rats are promoting TRAIL ,
take a middle of the road < WWWae. a low average bowler mar race a daltcate fc 1'1
litterbag with the slogan "LBJ I p
Th for the U.S.A. Vote : Demo- proach "[)an't Ha> a Ooat Get t A close not has developed OWN .through. wtm a 159jamt. 19 8 taking a !hand in repla< lr 1
(f IIU..." Out and Vota" ) In the Twin C / League after Construction In the Senate leadership
r. Thursday .is eomesu Shannon Supply 18 11 AS whip, or assistant Decratlc
".H.,," which i saw Nbbee'a! Market increase Daley Distributor 15 12 Senate leader Hum .
pal sk their toad when they The Senior Cltizeas are bowling Crayton Cove Lndry 14 13 turned &1an Impressive pformanee
a took four points from Brunk- Friday afternoons at Brook- Tamlaml Tire 18 14 in helping let rite,

wiMl LET'S GROW Together b> Miller Insurance Ute Wolford side Bowl-scores of these sessions Furniture Fair 13 14 parsed' 'Congress this'Y year.

Ho mUsed a 600 by only < pins will be reported In the Pine Lanes 12 15 Ordinarily the White Ho
and led the team to victory, Tuesday Collier County News. Reahards Service 11 16 wouldn't five too much att
T tS c + with Len Sports and Gene Fox Schmidt Realtor 11 16 tlon to the choice) of an assist
both turning In 600 series. King Insurance 11 16 leader. But Democrat: Lea
by .
s1 Mike Mansfield of Montana t
Charlie Rice who only recent TWIN COUNTYWON
NICK'S LIQUORS CLASSIC declined to play the whlp.ora,
WENDELL F. PETERSON, New Owner ly has remrnedtobowlingafor LOST
surgery and a period of recuperation Blbbees Market 25 7 B. and a Builders 24 12Hltcher"s ing leadership role Johnhimself
found his line and came Rice's 23 9 once
SPOT Clippers All the signs Indi afe t
NAPLES GARDEN up with a 654 with a 205 game Fager Roofing 23 9 Construction 22 UPittman's Johnson would like to see
as his team held onto the second Moon's Masonry 22 10 Funeral Senate Democrats install E
place spot tied with Fage r Roof- Fire Department 19 13 Home 21 15Robin's John O. Pastore of Rhode Isl
Ing who took four from Sunshine Rolling Stones 17 15 Dodge 20 16 as their assistant leader.
OUR NEW SHIPMENT OF Hardware Bob Manleywas Brunk-MUler Richard's Roofing 20 16 President worked closely w
the stir of the Fager five- Insurance 13 19 Fuller Industries 20 16 Pastore &1the congresslc

some as he rolled a nice 236 Brookside 12 20 Bigle/s Inc. T.V. 18 18 session. He was so Impres
ROSA FORTUNIANA game and 570 series. Duane Naples Floor Coy. 11 21 First National Bank 16 20 with the Rhode Island senate
Lyon turned in a MS, Arvtl Sunshine Hardware 10 22 Jones Radio & T.V. 13 23 abilities that he picked him
ROSE BUSHES Holland of the hardware men Bert's Standard Central Cities Sere 6 30 keynoter of the party's natlo

rolled two nice 200 games fora Station 10 22 convention.
Under customary procedur
NO VOTE YET-This youngster s vote will, one da> mak 671. Gene Mann of Moon's Gulf Coast Motors 9 23 POWDER PUFF Sen. George A. Smather
HAVE ARRIVEDOur a difference Displaying civic consciousness, he decided to Masonry hit a 209 as they won Fran's Hair Designs 27 9 Florida would be In line
find out for himself what a voting booth in Salinas Calif four from Floor Cover- .
Brat tM"mnt' was rtcrivH u antKuslcttleally that w< Naples Betty's Fashions 25 11Ewrd' promotion from his post as t
std. Mil Immrtliul eewilSwiMlhlnf Wt mo. hays a mw stack Just rclvMM looks l like from the Inside Millions of new voters will, pre ing who had Herb Overhultz PALMETTO LEAGUEJohn's 22 ULUly's retary of the Democratic Polmakina'
hurry m surrably. And out too, on Nov 3There's coming up with a 623 set. Clothing 21 11 21 15Will's Committee.
<*ml lately maw are rtvelirilwory /In r M kink*
tor earn Florid I I( mw M the retail market, Wt Sava iS.mM G. Luff Realty 19 13Jerry's Hair Fashions 19 17Dorothy's Smathers, a close persefriend
SIM. Aft.r rn.iir. *f sp.rlm.nlal. l irewlnf. H !h artaunt r the
19 13 of late
President J
thai lh.w busts Mil gr.w and klnt any Mfccr 1 Cleaners 18 18 <
In a.uth Flcrld. Tk< Leer Ltttlnf .r-rOMTUMIANA ftMt It was a real battle betweenthe Corwin Shells 141/217112 Bonlta Springs F. Kennedy, also has had I
...,,, .
.ui.cke. Th"... bra* I*nudity r*rcmmn4"u"'", "k,,...Ik.... Flm-ld In ....1.s.;...s..r1ninuilm <. Nothing Like It In Naples. tied first place teams of l Kay Ray Lighting 141/2171/2 Library 16 20 association with Johnson.
fniny 1SS llrudy trim.klMmlng,yu like 'bait.i : making II ..il.r lr pat UMlKl the Palmetto League Thursday Furniture Fair 14 18 Merle Norman the Florida senator bUt
night as they bowled each other. Drive Inn 13 19 Cosmetics many of Kennedy's leglslat
,... Tropics 141/2 211/2
TW MM "01.'OltTUNIAIIA .tack Is Bravlna t kuarl proposals and could be
,,r l. any. ...." tor FI..rW> e.ndltlw ., k> Ilmlt.d memos II lh.t. rw kuthcs as. lira msriit this Green to be out of step with some i
jrftr, twwt Village victor as they were able to Shoppe 14 22 Johnson makes.
tM vtrMIt THwn take three points from Jerry's 0 5th
many Beauty Another
potential candldat
'I.'t. l : :::: .
> th* Ml*"!** vcrldlMruonlnf
tram \l M I. |1.N ..cNINPATENTED Cleaners. Two of the games WOMEN Shop 101/2 251/2 Sen. Russell B. Long of Lou
were not decided until the final Senators 20 12 Viola's Beauty Shop 10 26 ana, who has seniority
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" frames Jerry's won the second Little Elephants 18 14 ........_--_...---------
game by a margin three VJJP.'S 16 16
ROSA PATENTED ROSAFORTUNIANA A New Community of Cooperative pins, while John's took the last Dark Horses 16 16

FORTUMANA by only two pins. The loss to Diplomats 15 17
Garden Apartments for Adults m I DON-STUAItT c.1
Peart ROM War Dance the cleaners moved them Intoa Vice-Presidents 11 21 :

fink Radiance Chrlntlaa Dior Only-Prices Start at $7,200 second place tie with G. Luff
Better Timea Orange Flame Realty who took four points from Announces

Frau Karl Druachkl Mount Shasta Corwin Shells. SOOserleswere PINE LANES E Izl

I'rrildrnt Herbert hoover Legendary turned in by Linda Sauchelll, News of the Pine Lanes The Opening of
Lucille Lord. Jo Wlckham and lID

Red Garnetle Confidence AND TWO BEDROOM were Edna rolled Simpson.In the No league 200 games Nancy rooming leagues was not received i Their Studio for the Home
Pink Frill Vihlt rrinc In time to meet the dead
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. Dennett was well as
FloradoraTalmman Slmone line of this Issue ft will be
Wed. Nov. 4
Sunlight ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. she convened the 2-7 split and given In a later edition. (lID ,
also the 457. Vera Zwlcker
Amarillo OPEN DAILY 10 A M TO NOON made the 510. I1 at

levitation 1TO4PMrod CHIEF WHS BATTLE lID

This li the spot to watch for hews and Information e OVERUKE LESSONS Ub 615 5th Avenue, South

the spot..* to*on+bvy gardening those1.,..:* ...gardening...In Naples materials, and this. .It.' 1Ittttue rl44 oe1 ue 4 gue the The seemed Republican lowly vice-presidents to be Women's doomed to lea-the of a Maul vtaora tug HONOLULU o'wai county'a and this the(APThere board summer taland'a of between police auper-wit H E In The Piccadilly Pub Arcade

Realtors cellar position in spite of the chief U Gifts
fact that receive less hand-
they hired Edward
The supervisors
Garden SALES REPRESENTATIVES icap than any team In the lea- B. Wilson to teach children how E Accessories

Naples Spot 305 5th Ave., South Ml 2.2124 gue. They are finding that It to play the ukelele in the park de- j-
can happen as they dropped partmentV summer fun program Ll Interior DesignDONSTUARTfJU
three points again F rlday mom- But Wilson Will a fullum.
467 5th Ave., So. MI 2-2840 OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER leg to the league leading Sena- policeman and his chief Jean 19l

tors who had Bunny Nelson rolling R. Lane aaid he was of more l
two nice games a 164 and value to ,the island on the police I 1
than he ukelele LSIE
force Will giving
158. The second place "Ut- ,n'lrulion.Lllle .
tle Elephants" had Nour Tur-
I eventually won
ner rolling a 477 as they took pointed out that the county owed 19 MI 2.2749
three from the VJJ''s, and Wilson 48 hours overtime at
the Dark Horses were able to captain's pay for teaching the 13 615 5th Avenue South

rill three from Diplomats.Polly uke. IE]

1 I EE ..L, -.... ..,jy Grow Right With i Hoi ley

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._ = t We need an ACTION/ governor with an ACTION program !IA

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,:;o.t' .. '. Bank Officer Charles R. Holley has pledged to:

.cr- Attorney VETO any bill patted by the legislature'reising
;: j A Practicing
the tale lax rale

,,-: ..,' Member of the House of VETO the much diuuutd extension of. the talet

Representatives Since 1960 tax which will include groceries and medicine

Leader Since 1962 when it it patted by legislature.
__ VETO any new lanes end any Increate of present

the need for th... laxet by eliminatingthe

.. overlap and duplication In our dale
P s I m agencies, and ether form ef waste, which have

H.............,p b ..,. .... .kdw. .... II pew : grown out ef all bound and would grow more t
under machine .
...paiyw s.ch.mia-a 1NI.t-waAbset' nwslhwry ., politic

Give e road building without :
you Kin-
a program
apnbua"haasNt' h' lovely' a. &he wr.
twb.wtIW,aid aarvsd by eay unlitw dal without waste. i

for Start immediately to do something about the
Royal Harbor II WIOIIa Ngpb.say "base, i
$600 000 000 deficit
In our Male pension
Juan I atuwlM from PMardews ahoppmfr tern. 'Y"i i

0 .t.my 1st irclMMr.R Royal l Harbor.U) build I la.drig --L :. Demand the Itgitlature review the more than !
tied tm ef tlutff Or If yw ,....,.tMMnbuttIk _
$750,000.000 and
spent by state agencies I
sun aiMHuit eeralnictiM "I..b|.
6 big reasons why hs.t every two yean your money now being
H__ IN ... .. 1'1.0-' appropriated without the legislature knowing I
a aids rite. M au*jnur .Mivtdwd. lasts sad. loadstso what if i Is being spent for :
S !
many people e Start immediately to see thai the Florida leg tlarure E
TVa print barton* .bratMl eftn rev u .....-, far e
i I. FIORID. :
a ached ln--m today thai *iO lit Mrtk art man loamiua. reapportioned preperty-by

are buying i inFASHIONABLE sawed and M Royal IWW-.... U.& 41 awl. CkarlesRifol1etANfnaFederal, Court :.

teal amtk. 8a d>. per Slfwt. T H*.. .k......... >> mat your elected roprosentahves

'j' ..,. Cm* NodrM si your legislator, meet once a year to
Mdwa"$4wwpest h m*> DM laui* Bros*. THE TRUE PNttCRYATtVC CANDIDATE consider the proper spending of your bUI**
dollar* of la....
oro V ern 0 r. .
r r Give you a state government.sd a lax ttrvctvre :

I thai will be attractive to new industry ;



1 oat moor NAItIJ ter VOTE FOR HONESTY! j i i.u

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the price, but Mr* art art up U arms about! their '
Hauih *luuttd DIM the woman deli N 1'dNi "f 'tafMpsedv. role la the national economy. Intolerable & es >ini: .w'i
come sse A.'love lilt, end then They want a alder nice of intuits paY. '
,. Franoe'a currtnt prosperity. AI tiot a ....cMt". ?E
airy Mt It, they art bring traat vtswpotottdnt. :
ed u poor relations.. a family P W rap tar, too ..... .
of 1ncrlutar sf assns. sp 1'ItId belw.lgVrai.anby ....
3 At 8 DttyEi; That, U brief, U the story 1M !armors' .. "b V" pnc '. .; yl "
I D51yEl Only behind this w.'. uumcceasfUt ,114 "' .
;. .,,! oN Y ? YI attempt toIII..... premier ,, -\, :.. ''l "t4

va Lathethrough nil
wnnd.wr wuriOws Mtoa cenawe New LawDisabtetJ :, t,
Assembly, a parilaineatar '
mart mated rally at rreetdat ; r V,ts1Get d. t N 1l ,

< I Hartley's Variety Store BRIDGE STAMP-Thl. flve. Chinas de Gaulle.Ai ejected. 1
Ins >
the r
governments majority bald inci
J: ; Naples, Fla. la cent being comme-noratlve Issued in conjunction stamp firm MI_aad votes the needed motion tot petty ioior .. :1ee r. ..rta.-.r. 1':

with the opening of New tbllOY.nmtllt, to overthrow r Iltoa, plrtlll'\ ,(tko ,11orWa,
York's Verrzano- arrows Farm EIIIp&rt 'lllt G('. .
Bridge, the world's longest apokaame bll'ow.' taid .day .w fbo d UedaIt.
: ew. that this vat only tM
JUkMOB 1tntd l law
suspension bridge The sin \ Into
: vertical opening CUD la a eampalfn aa art stamp wn
locking to no* ,.ar', >prtaiden.
,J. designed votcnwi to Vsj MatfoMlSorrtot
U by Robert L. Miller. till election and to tartou municipal ;
add departmantal electties. lads lawranot.+ The JeW
; The boat will be n deer rs' law tads oo'xay..le; c .
S ooaoaA'LJPT ties from rural eau who wet
t period Pompidou and tltlll, Inth Dtoon nays k the law prorMw aaopportwfty PLAYFUL ANTICS I TW. Kodlak bear cube, former dennen of the Detr.ll Zoo,
to)lt.M orrt of
eye of term orfanlaatkws, Mattontf f rde?Ule. )taaurjM appear U b. fighting during pity in new home it the WMpinade tee near Ounitabl. Enllonel.W".UP:1if .
.. botrajrod their conatitMnta.
and Ute '
I' I The government, fljfetlnc\ teportmity priest, l she you
policy; Md n ffatlOAal 8tzw
H loflaUon, saps any eoaetaatoa "I: I
: i I ev MOwNTOMer the Sinners o* produce prteoi net a par. Uit Iaa.toamrtAte. .to thafii*to Read the Want tAd 5

f. \. ,1 Z ..d nd to would higher bush Urine open eoata.the floodgates Tka tar.. V yon, wtre 'tHgttle, toBfly THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWSFREE
; f/ KaUonal (arrle* XAM lO utlnoiafter'
SATURDAY SUPPER Sri oontand that the ronodr Us'In ,

: 86"" l\: \ 8 Hearty, robuit-flcvored bread which punted the reform'froqutntly dlatrttMtloo of tboaatloa'i double ebMinoU antu aaItoro'a service; antf.htTO Oejtolwr twnwc 1.1OT7 DO$T.'mTaad,nnlniurbla and tffaMad If yea: beforeJanuary Ttaran are oon.enrlce a e', COMPLETE BOATING

coat between farm and
Baked Beans Cola Slaw
', ., "': rotiU markot. conoeetet<< AII WISII,
I Three-flour Bread OUTFIT
: or U tM M.f a'VKXMwnrlc
This rronclt farm t.rlltl.dH
Froth Fruit BeverageTHREEFLOUR eonntotoil
In the French throat to
Ri611x1 It PORTRAIT BREAD pull out of the Enrcpoaa Com iMvrablt by.tommtrelal eom.panlaa .
1 II u. |d twr rate and
moa llarkot nnloat .... aluka
3cup buttermilk, scalded covtrnaM
do bm Ira
yoa Cobia
tins oatabUah 15 Ft. Sprint
2 tablespoons shortening orianliatlon soar Uaoraaea, or bare laaathaaflO
1/3 cup light molasses oa a common mutts (or xrt 000 of ROb InawaoM, m vwM
S.IIHartley's 1 tenpoon lilt cultural producta The gmra be eligible to apj4jr 1 $es. loot
regS May ,
i "It II" 1 pack|. active dry yeast mont'a aim bar la to give Dims further Mated ttutporaonaoa
1/4 cup warm watert Francb farmers BOW markets in artlT duty vttH the Armed
cup each whit flour, tlone- Wort Germany at prices abet
force, end oertata PMMpptntTtttrant Tilt Trailer
ground whole wheat flour and above .thou BOW prtra lnc la are not ellafbU. Murray
alonesround whole rye flour Franco.Farm Rational
(IIt Mt
b a big miring bowl stir together produce la Fraaoteonoa
flcrrlee paawtiaM
UIt oa a par*
under eonpUeatodyat Johnson 40 HP C
the buttermilk and ahort- a .
maaont ax .>artlc*/ ilnj plaa ___
m of ecmrnmental piles ....
Vanity Stirs ping until shortening dissolves; iaedWse,.p*. -. -
stir in molasses and salt Dia- ceilings and uarantood mim* W -
you now MotorREGISTER ---
/NAPLES solve yeaat In water; stir into mum prices a aort of farm ,
Mon., Tv... & wed.-w oy, 2'.3.4 buttermilk mixture. With a wooden support mtcbanlMtt. At far aa 1Ia.m.: au aait BMIJ..BSLja, .afttrM
spoon, gradually and thoroughly the produce art conoorwd, iStrfhaalfaytbt
Mill. antf.
10 o.m. to 1 p.m. 2 p.m. fo S p.m. beat in the mixed floura. Knead these ceilings and nlaUaum I, lle/i '.p.cinsd Ia
on floured surface for 10 to IS rataa tend to bo till taint.Farmtra NOWREGISTER
Taw sou Ike dates kept
Aft Limit Adults Tco. ,
No minute Place In greased bowls stung their pwa ring ta as4oib ,lUftereau
BONITA SPRINGS' turn to great. top; cover. Leties traised.eoata .ay the coUtara nuat bo 54 te ttti;a*ir,type .JMnranea.

There FrL BaL No*. I I T degrees In )warm until draft-fre doubled* place- 1(1 t to ranch farmers art sleet do>' "" 't" :".''1 .) .' OFTENNO
If AN te1PM IPMI.I MlIMITOno 11/2| hour. Punch down. Shape raloplnc now wanta. Many lilt;
unit Into a loaf on floured aurfac macblnoiT and modern Ipeimoot. a, .AHGY GII'DlO'IO OBLIGATION
Piece in greased loaf pan (I by Like their eoualot la UMclUa CAIRO (UP), Th Ministry
far 'trb 1", '' I.,'l'mur 4 by 1 Inch**); cover; l lit rise aa or till axpandlnf! auWffta t otFduo,tlenE..r1ilpptAthe I Drawing 8 p.m. Jan. 13,1965IMPERIAL
Etch Additional, Subed\ .US previously until doubled about they, too have .dtrolopod' ataata tea eg of"the't et' in' and
I hour. Bake in a moderate ()SO for talorlalon sets, motor Italian language in aeeonditrychool
degree. *) oven 50 to 60 minute, ears and waahlnc macblnoa. *. SERVICE
I I ,Turn out; cool_on wire rack. TIle 1OY'l'IImcant .that German .n 1 c TI'ons three year ago tots traditional
Fr.nch MI Cnglioti uuiht I laucondsry STATION
T)..r. *:aa nv, of filial..pl nMojl *-

From \|the I .Xt'trdep.1.1.'. it'was'a. lfi believed!""' rWh, WMa bet!>> 2600 9th Street, N. (U.S. 41)) "WE NEVER CLOSE" Naples, FloridaHappiness

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qulltoei bach. It It timely ,,;.. stand 95 tIn in Naples
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County AgendaThe

meeting stead of the tor County Wednesday's C....,*. HOME ,:.:' :.1.
Ho will be M MtawttMO
1 la
a.m.-AB,mml of boardminutes.
VEtERANS'CORNER __ by Skip ,
MS a.m.-**e franchise Cut and North There trick! lo "hooting our own !
Q My husband and I are r*. Naples and Isles of Ciprt. no
Loa few of u- ti\" lo teeth (Mil ,' t !
ce1Yinc pension for two chUdrra a m Report of county engineer.
of a deceased Trteran who art liulull .-\ ate I j.\iMe\ of doing: If ue '
living with ua Will the pension 1400 .m.-Report erf county nap| crmkle sad '|>atkleHere
continue U we adopt the children? health and welfare ere' a fe\ 11"1." .. I 10 lift in. vie \ ie\' |
A Yei.Q lOjSO a.m.-General businessand ,
lean world
a world 'I ,11"1| | tatl.'i< i"
Is a peacetime veteran pro. correspondence.
tected by mployment rtjhts U:00 am.-eiU Tucker and 'a-11" ( I lwlnp
A Yes, if he left other thana Kick Mlntrlch re beverage llceiw: .11I l '
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temporary "
Job to enter er.
Tic and if this service did not 11:15 ajn.Georje CieIs1er rt I I

exceed- four years. Usually he Migrant Labor Camp. \,, ? | : ..
must apply to Ms former em. lliJO t.m.-Bnict Green, relocation "d .
ployer within 90 days after separation : of Drainage Canal,Units dal I,'
from active service. 92 and 93, Golden Gate Estates. I."".,
However, aserrlstsandtstlonel Final-Approve and pay Mils. I lit., 1 ( .
Guardsmen who perform serviceof (Note that the meeting will be 1',11I1.i to. i
from three to six months must held on Wednesday Instead of "'ui"K l : :
apply within 31 days of their release Tuesday) manor t ; :

-from A principal active duty.Q beneficiary. Dua,.( ..'h"I/ : '
under a National Service We Recreation ''.irr. IIlit .
M lull
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policy elected to take ,fr* iml ,li'. : 1 (
the proceeds: on a monthly Installment CalendarMONDAY Nos
plan, even though a rmoi> b; ; ; I I of Ian Fran
lump sum settlement was avail Pa0to ,owrfrr" Fv"'CO C'wwoa. uch it ,," Bay bridge,
able. He died before receiving all mudr of -
of the installments. Who re. 1:00 p.m.-Senior. Citizens Boy meets Girl Girl |i 1.e. boy hue" Near, 1
celved the unpaid portion of meeting Woman's Club. liholograph Moue shows boy, liter one half
the policy, the contingent: beneficiary 2:00 p.m. .-Senior Citizens in a love >.am mood holding (air'o( ,ili<,
? shuffleboard Gambler Park. maiden. photograph in hand claup' Rruolr l I !

A The remaining installments 400 p.m..<:Children beginner looking Inc: pholograpl al the l to photograph hit heart",again then' IirSolI\: \! ( :;;:

would not be paid to the tennis Cambler Park. U he doea M, lair niaidrn conies of ..
contingent beneficiary Where magically: to life( ihrotta kisses al and pi..
the principal beneficiary has the TUESDAY boy, then kipi Ira.la acraw the the. left .
option of a lump sum paymentand 9:30 a.m.-Ladles. tennis lawn out of( the picture frame arra. b> the.
survives the insured, the Cambler Park. How la Ihla! donr Caull). NI'I: i
rights of the contingent benefl-
1:00 p.m. -Senior Citizens DM molding, obtainable al ?
clary: are wiped out. The commuted .
nrarby lumber yard to a .
bowling Brookside Bowl. viewing )
value of the unpaid Installments frame inn Slaw no buktannulaling
picture (
would be paid to the 4:00p.m.JunlorRecrestien.. an ...nlar'l'd't'tllOn of II li right > I
estate of the principal benefl.clary Board meeting Community the original picture frame lliroung Rare .
Center. y' man wai holding in hi. the. pony
Q Is there any help forth and with fair teal .'fl i photo'Ieutrrnw'
coming for the son of a totally WEDNESDAY graph in it. I hind '
disabled veteran to get a college 1:00 p.m.-Senior Citizens Now thool scene of young nun graph I,:
education shuffleboard .. Cambler Park. 'holding girl'i framed photograph !hell l
admiring ll, clutching. it. to nil into the
A Yes. On July 7, 1964, .
4:00 p.m.-Junior Girl Scouts heart kiwing H. rlc End with ox-r I'ernut
President Johnson, bill .\
signed a of looking
Troop 276 Community Center. shoulder scene young nun fraction (
which provides benefits similar
4:00 Children Intermediate it picture center .
to those now being given under
tennis -Gambler Park. Make i quick switch to a worm acetic .
the War Orphans Educational As. will photograph through Ihr motion (
slstance Program to children 7:30 p.m.-Adult beginner urge picture (frame ihowmg llir moving ; .
of living veterans with service- tennis Gambler Park.THURSDAY live (air maiden herx-If She tliouldiwume Ion I II.)
connected total and permanent the tnioliunlr s. VI l hrn OPEN
disabilities and to those child obviouily). wear Ihe'Mine clothingand I ..hh lj : I "...-
ren of veterans who died while 4:00 pjn.-Children, advan- hairdo. In the original photograph Irrioutly "
Nnre this lie done out mall lrr
a disability so evaluated was in ced tennis Cambler Park. : may-. ::
exl stance. aide Ut daylight, it cheaper, and Fun,
7:00 p.m.--Jaybees meeting- CO-OPERATIVE APARTMENTS Porl-Au.Ville, directly across

Community Center. for COMPLETE from Th. Moorings Private Beach perk For your choice apart.

song THAN MAI OfrXORIOft Contact
FRIDAY ment act now

Cambler Park. !
Wesley 0.
+ 1:00 p.m. -Senior Citizens fgggggl Downing

bowling Brookside Bowl. NG Realtors A Earl L
r G rTIEM Community 7:30 p.m.--Teen Center.Club dance- JESSE C. HOLBROOK FrwII- .

I r !tom//g/ 9:00 C a.m. -Junior Deputy' 4 Tog 5th At f. Toe Ml 2-2179 Itufus B. Burnhajn
Debs -meeting1Community -- ., N., Naples MI 2-46"37 """ f Jack Love,' Jr.



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"The.e outstanding citizens, and millions reela 1Qh ,Ph

Care ,0 ., are Americans fint g 1./lie

set '.ad Democrats and

lane Murray l+r Republicans second." Co4r'oy Ar I. 1

.9 Merry
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r Ge aeo Jim RadioVNOG

G $e. ,5t Cochran, Jr. Sundar'
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Don Jones Ge: let \ 1 J411q h1 e1 1i$5.2:19: .:11' ,.....

Sunday Nov. 1 7-7 30 p m

I Go i water For President Committee \ Lola House 4%:e Monday Nov CBS CBS.9 30-lOt r:m:

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88 COLUtt COUNTY NEWS N.olei' ', Fit.. S.s.d.y, Newasbalr I I. l.*.4 vaunt, Lincoln capture a pop* ways bee MewML Only two decl red the war a failure State elections i Septemberand
lag majority of nearly 800,000 months earlier, he had predict Although he dMnt campaign" October showeJ Republican s ,"; ". .,01.. <...
vote. In the electoral collate, ed he probably would lose the Llncotln; took what step he couldto victories la Maine, Vermont, In. 1,
100 Years Agolincoln he carried all but three of the election. Bet things bad changed help Us reeUetlon ekaacee. atow, Ohio sad ''-aylvanla.
states New Jersey Delaware In those two months Figuring (eorr* and Kentucky.It First had come news of the vic fern would support him, Lincoln election day he w.. fairly "on.
was a substantial vote of tory at Mobil Bay wiping off tactfully suggested to General fldent.
Re-elected confidence In the war effort and the Confederacy's last Gulf port. William Tecumseh Sherman In On election Bight Lincoln and
; in Lincoln's determination to seethe Then had come the fall of At. Georgia In September "Anythingyou his staff gathered a: the War
Civil War come to an end lanta one of the South's can safely do to let (your) Department butldlnr la Washing.ton .
with full victory for the Union. greatest cIU... Then had come soldiers, or any part of them, to see the telegraphic re
Having been elected for his first Phil Sheridan's dramatic victor. go home to vote at the State turns. As they came n, the vie. rk9
Loses Only 3 States term In I860 with a minority of lee in the Shenandoah Valley. election, will be,greatly point." tory gradually becamn apparent
the votes cast, Lincoln could, The Democrats had nominated Sherman's men haUedfromthe but Lincoln showed no excite- i
after the IBM election, act virtu. George B. Medellan, the hand. Midwest a crucial area ment.
BY LON SAVAGE overwhelming majority. ally without opposition to the some, brilliant young general In Pennsylvania too, soldiers At midnight, he served an oy.
Ahr.hllm Uneoln was reflect.d His victory was no surprise war save that from the Con. whom Lincoln had cashiered but were furloughed to go home and stir dinner and the victory was r
I President of the) United States but the sire of the majority was. tederacy. even McClellan did not believe vote, and Pennsylvania voted for all but assured At I a.m., with
100 years ago this week by an With more thin 4 million men Lincoln's victory had not al. In the Democratic platform which Lincoln. the victory now sure, he went
out Into the '"rainy steamy
night and returned to the White
House to listen to a group of
Pennsylvanians serenading him.
Speaking to them In the early
s q
morning hours, he veldt
"It Is no pleasure to me totrl.
umph over any one, but I give ,
r t'1I thanks to the Almighty for this
'evidence of the people's resolu. cw
tlon to stand by free govern
ment and the rights of humanity." '
I Next week From AtlantatotheSea.
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Iy A.W. Maher, D.V M. I

It Is YOUR day to select the kind of society you thinkis n I I

best for you, your family and your community.It .

is YOUR day to ignore what party names hove stood .
(NEA Telephoto I
for in the past and vote for what those names stand for td
STEP UP-A Gemini two.man spacecraft the first fully
TODAY. It is YOUR day to stand and be counted on one equipped model, is hoisted into a service tower above its
Titan II rocket at Cape Kennedy Fla. An unmanned test
side or the other it may be your last chance!
flight is scheduled soon. A manned flight is expected early
Therefore: in 1963.

These are> YOUR choices. Weigh them carefully and VOTE the way YOU think.If I IQ. '

you believe that government employees in Washington If you believe that YOU can manage your personal and THE

con manage your personal and business affairs better business affairs better than Government employees In Can I really teach my CROSS-FLORIDA r )

than you can. Washington. parolee to tall? Celie Cum.
.. .. .. Moil poroieoti I torn some
worth and torn por...*>i con b. tea.
taught e fairly eMenilve vocabulary-
If you believe that the problems of your community and If you believe that you and your neighbors can got along although I hove rarely hoard of a bird CANALis

and should be solved well without rules and from who loundod. off with more than 50
state can by political appointees quite so many regulations words M tale on unuiually intelligent A
and civil service employees in Washington. Washington (called ASSISTANCE). bird teams to v>. Iho approprlalo among the most recent public works projectsfor
the State to which
words at Iho right moment t your
VOTE DEMOCRATIC VOTE REPUBLICAN parakeet hoi learned" only slow words

t. .. 4. but li Will young, h. may .,llIlne'....
his vocabulary Parakeet' conllnuo HOLLANDalmost
looming 01 Ihoy oldor. You
If you believe that the deplorable increase in crime is If you believe that something can and MUST be done to hove trouble galling grow your paraLoot may to

only natural and to be expected with population growth. curb lawlessness, racketeering, mob rule and violence. talk t you do not continually ropoot single-handedly secured the first pre.
the lame pho....They will usually not construction planning funds in the amount of
VOTE DEMOCRATIC VOTE REPUBLICAN talk another bird..li In .Ike. aye or
$205,000 and was instrumental in obtaining an
oven In light. Evan t your parokeel'ivocabulary appropriation of $1 million for the start of con
limited, da bo
r.mains. not struction on the Barge'Canal and now an add! .'
If you believe that the monopolistic power of Union dic |f,yoMj>elieve that monopoly and dictatorship in ANY can disappointed develop definite Theie coIorfulllttl.ponomlltlet poll and tional appropriation of $4 million for construe'tion. -

tators is justified and in the public interest. form has no rightful place in our free society. often spree their feollngi quite offadlvoly .
end dollghlfully In action/
VOTE DEMOCRATIC VOTE REPUBLICAN rather than worth.CHANGE The Bane Canal is another boost for Florida's
economy. Florida needs Holland's continued influence .
as the Barge Canal is a valuable asset
If you believe that we should have more and more Gov If you believe that we need more business in Government Ohio (APMilitary to every citizen. ,
DAYTON raid rolltk! UitiUKmcnt ftul i I;
ernment owned and operated utilities and businesses. and LESS Government In business officer are not fully meeting II......n F011<. Tfr.
the challenge of change in their
VOTE DEMOCRATIC VOTE REPUBLICAN prof*..ion, the commandant of
the Air Force Institute of Technology CONTINUE FLORIDA'S 1 PROGRESS .

If you believe that friendship and loyalty can still be If you believe that foreign aid has been grossly abused writing in "Air University Review ,
," uy.lt becoming l harder
bought in foreign nations with billions of U. S. tox and poorly managed; that Uncle Sam in now Uncle to draw the line between oba 1UWeavers

dollars. Sucker and that it is high time to stop assisting notions whichrequire predominantly mill-
lary organization, those which
VOTE DEMOCRATIC that accept our dollars but reject our ideals and objec might be done by civilian organizanona -

tives. under military supervision
VOTE REPUBLICAN and those which sea be
performedexcluslvely by civilian iii
enterprise :tri

If you believe that half hearted resistance to the Commies If you believe/ that overwhelming/ strength and the guts

avowed intention of dominating the world will discourage to use it if necessary is the only language Communists i

them and lead to lasting peace. understand AND that such a policy must be adopted to -7

VOTE DEMOCRATIC preserve international freedom in our time



If you believe that election to any government office If you believe that election to a government office is an ,

entitles that person to special privileges and power and honored trust and the person so selected is under oath I Conversations

protection not accorded to any other civic leader. to abide by the Constitution; that his actions should S .

VOTE DEMOCRATIC represent the will of the majority and that his personaland +s, Shown at left are Just a few

official conduct should serve as a worthy examplefor of the approximately 200 long
distance that staff the
all! the people/ B operators
f many information toll DDD
VOTE REPUBLICAN r"u) d and rate and route poaltioM Pt-
?J rated at I.t r.c..t,'. traffic
', headquarters in Fart Myers. ,

If you believe it proper for elected officials to continue If you believe that the cost of Government is fantastic;

to spend billions of taxpayers money as they see fit; that the taxes we pay are entirely out of line with what

and place generations unborn further in debt. we receive in return; that NOW is the time to curb uncontrolled L-ii fk :

VOTE DEMOCRATIC spending and take steps to reduce our debt c41ra

VOTE REPUBLICAN These are intricate cord patterns with a definite purpose. Like
weavers of finely woven silk these "weavers" are responsible
for an electronic path that blankets/ the nation wtih convmatitvo.
Through these cords pass thousands of calls daily destined far all
If you believe that it is the duty of a select group of If you believe that every U.S. citizen is entitled to know points of the world.

political "insiders" to make far reaching decisions with when our country is in peril, what is being done about
These dedicated women at InterCounty'sToll
out consulting Congress and withhold vital Information it and.why!! American boys are being sacrificed thousands Traffic Canter like their co-workers

from the public. of miles from home the throughout objective the of System providing are dedicated the fastest U i

VOTE DEMOCRATIC VOTE REPUBLICAN and best service possible at any hour L
of the day or night whether or net .r
your lone distance call la handled by
the automatic! DDD equipment or these
of conversation, the goal at .
weans .was'lnter
If you believe that the basic principles of government If you believe that the basic principles of governmentand -Couetlr is to provide the iwcea.

the protection of individual freedom outlined in our and the protection of individual freedom outlined/ in the airy Naples service and Collier for the County: rapidly artis.etpandtng .iPArl.L

Constitution and Bill of Rights ore out of date and Constitution and Bill of Rights has enabled the United

should be ignored or modified in the nome of "modern, States to become the most powerful nation in the world INTER.COUNTY

social and economic progress." with higher standards of living for more people than .

VOTE DEMOCRATIC any other form of government AND that this system

MUST be preserved.





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What YOMJ PeogeYouths riiH" American Indians are not COllIE COUNTY NEWS N.",IM, H*., Swe'ty. Neve*** i it* 95
required by federal' law to _
Young Scientist Vocal Fellow remain on reservations It, ,f.,. To Advertise Drive Care/.Uy A_d Live 4 "'

Roar 'No1
to Smoking 0'
Gilbert YoMtk Servtc .
eot-Mof' ave bee mere relaxed.
Today teen-age eclentleta Gulf Front EstateOFFERED
are Carl fMa Me stadeM help. By EupeGllbm
a fir cry from the cartoon coocipt M to eaek ottier when they're rrc ,GIIbm Youth
of Hit frill Introvert who 1* s.tt *f up eiMfcrt*. "tfeoepro. Research, Inc ,
at only when lit.. AT $300,000
metelncaround led break dew*, the other two We keecaMi teeiMgeraabmittheir e
by himself with radio kid* MM l. 11* kelp ..... Aid smoking haMt to thud out r ....
frequencies and reactor 1 ,
motors they have a treat sea** of U the recent cancer scare h shad
Thank largely to opportunl. humor." much effect! on the amountof
ties for appearance at science smoking the yew people do
Mrs around the country, the Falkland Fury Sure enough smoking la on
bralay ones are easy to talk to, The Falkland Islands in the decline Whereas ItM survey -
vocal on many other subjects, the South Atlantic Ocean are Indicated that S3 per cent of
and still capable of enthusiasm noted for their I persistent
smoked one conducted -
the teenagers I
winds, which average 15 w
s! for pitta. knots throughout the year last year showed that
Producer Steven R. Carlin, and have accounted for more only 19 per cent had the habit. 4 I
who handles some of these wino than 130 shipwrecks around And now, according to our 'recent .
ners as he's taping the ABC the islands, according to the survey of 1246 young people,
TV "Science All Stars" shows, Encyclopaedia Britannica. only IT per cent- about half. as
: says their aplomb Is Incredible r many as sli years ago. -ire
"w' brought a California win. smokers!
>r ner to meet with Dr. Werner von Although on the surface these
Braun at his laboratory at figures suggest that many teen.
HunUrtlle, Ala. The boy, Richard agers have stopped smoking this
D. Bennett, who's IT, had i Is not the case Of those who
developed a device that boosts. *. .11... sea e 0 I a. smoked before the cancer scare,
missiles at a fraction of the Tilt CIS"101111'11"''''RIII.'d. IIIIWIJ only M per cent have cut down, i
current cost.
while 55 per cent find their
"The first day at the lab he jc-
LAST KISS Wilion & smoking on the increase:
was popeyed looking at every. Co veil era Instead, It seems that fewer Xr
thing We asked him to bring a DO WAN DIDDY DIODY teen-agers are starting to smokeIn
list of questions he'd like to ask Mann the first place. An overwhelming
von Braun and he did, starting majority of nearly 90
off with 'When will we. land a Orhl..n per cent of the nonsmokers state
man on the moon?' DANCING IN THE hotly that they do not plan to be- by Robert Busrhman II, of cent-started at the age of V.i"
"He and von Braun sat down STREET.Morthal.Vond.lloiCHUCALUC gin smoking, and many cite the Denver "1 hadn't really thought Less than a fifth began to sn"ikobefore
and talked over the program,and Millor published Information. linking about smoking (hit seriously: ,but they reached 14. The \'ivi rw"
von Braun had a question he Honeycomb cigarettes: with cancer: : the thoughts rd had left me, majority of the girls-90per, ,nt 4i ,
ranted asked him: 'Why go to LET IT BE ME, Betty & after Td seen pictures, graphs smoke lens than four \>R'k' i + 7t .
he moon'at all?' I' Je", THINK THEY CAN QUITA and statistics concerning people per week with about 40 per "'nt
Carlin reports the taping LITTLE HONDA.Hendell. typical remark Is this one with csncer and smoking" smoking two packs or lean d ,
.Nearly three-fourths of the Interviewees And where do the teen-agera IM Y
believe that stand In the recent controvert ,
Contest" Brings in Rush of Fan Comments people can be cured! of the habit.young over women smoking pipes slid, This i ft an estate of magnificent proportion for a gentlemen
, ; How? cigars A tlnv, but adventurous ot dn erruneni The h,' i* n Spanish architecture;
Some feel that a cutoff!' In the four per cent of the girl think the gr i tidt I I tl!> > lee di aped with palms and caulk
Beatle Supporters Hold Interesting Views supply of cigarettes to minorsIs they might try It themselves plants and with at-, 1tl I r nniamo, t whit sugar land
the only answer Steven and a few bare the feeling of li Thus
bea< rev i arkal tuato nc of a handful of
Gilbert Youth Service Christina Smith, Fort Wayne,, "Now you read where gangs Clover, 15, of Manchester N.H., 12-year-old Stuart. Elliot of Florida most lavish Oulf front hornet
(Edltor'a Not: Because of Ind. of Juvenile delinquents have suggests that "parents atop Brooklyn that "It's better than
the many Interesting views "They are not the snobs moat bought guitars or drum sets are supplying cigarettes, stores require smoking cigarette and risking
eipressed by Beatle. fans In performers are They remain now doing something constructive age Imientlftcatlon and getting lung lIanr." Bid the a
our recent letter contests*,, themselves, warm and attractive. Instead. of destructive Anybody vending machines be overwhelming r.artlon-that of IJIw.
.present here escerpts from Down under all that hair, they that could change the Ideas eliminated.. 90 per cent of the young people-
....rall.tler.. Each person are well-adjusted and polite;, of these young delinquents (and 'llf laws were enforced so Is one of violent disapproval.
quoted will receive a IS they are clean and healthy. They sometimes not so young delta that minors could not purchase They describe the new trendas ...... ...."',.. ........... V..II.
award.) Ire the Image which needs to be quests) should be eompll.merited. cigarettes: many would never "ridiculous," "sickening"
"The Beatles have brought to. projected." Mary Rice, Naples, ." Cynthia Currier, start or else would be cured "repulsive," "cheap," "degrad
gather teens from all over the fla."Th Hatleton, Pa. simply because they would' be ing" and "undignified." Jt IMPERIAL PROPERTIES
world, giving them something In Beatle prove that even "We have so much poverty all forced to," Janet Slppel 11, of Not Only does It look "very
to share. How In such world ""OInlladd.. unladylike and very unfeminine,"
common many a pressured ,where over the world, and here we are L
times have adults been able to war, and many other dangers giving millions of dollars to A lot of Mm young people agree pay Ralph tlegner, III,of peaver 219 Ninth Are So. MI 2-2121
with the observation of it- Palls, Penn., "It reminds me of
do this with success? Chris art so present, fear can be these tour mop heads when w*
Butler, Columbus, O."The lifted, and all other pressures could be building better homes, year-old Barbara McCollon of Mammy, Yokum In Lll' Abner,"
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7 the Beatles talk and along with It. Lynn Williams, helplpg( thepflverty-XricUn, and .I -
the way they dress and wear Great Lakes, 111. educating people so that they may a sign of adulthood to many
their hair gives the teenagerthe admire the Beatle for their better themselves My heart does youngsters CllubethJennlngs,
Impression they are truly on courage to go out and try not go out to the Beatles." II, of lanslng, Mich., adds,
his aid In Ms rebellion against something new." Judy Molnar, Deborah Williams, Crest Lakes, "They usually smoke If their
adults and the rest of the world." Ellwood City Pa. rtf, parents do, so Pd say If you FACT NOT FICTIONUNDER
-"prevent the parents, thenchlldren -
might stop."
The typical teeiMge smoker
a boy, who started when he was
{t and smokes four parks of
cigarettes or more per week.
Four-fifth of the Interviewee

who report smoke that most of their friends DURING THE PAST FOUR YEARS
are boys. Slity-etght
per cent of the young men smoke
PROVEN four park or more per week

with II per cent smoking more COLLIER COUNTY HAS .
than ten a week About three.
fourths began to smoke betweenthe

ages of It and 17, the dl*. Built more schools
trlbutlon over the five years
being fairly even
PROGRESS The girls arerelatively late
starters and light smokers The
largest single c.t.ror-U: per Built more roads


MOBILE HOME Raised more acres of winter vegetables


ticlvoiv ,.. MyrN.,4.. ,r.. Hired more people at higher wages

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Pre.edeMUC.nu.'"., ant Mhwt.
lei no *ow yea WM If i u
Amor. .* t..44 with .l.e, Helped more unfortunate people

cad erw4 l.. ".. oeooMf UM

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iL. Jon BurnsFlorida's

DO YOU WANT A MOSIlt Entertained more winter visitors

Aol Look .t .*.eare eoeorlowly .
future is ihe brightest of .
W* *r* offorMf yew
aU Southern States! s.ee. e* leer II ....* It .*.
peal -_.. ke..of\ot Pau.Nv. than at any time in Its history

Proven leadership needed to assure Port In M>* ...,... *reoi ,
continued growth and prosperity for Per ..*. .... Owlf Von..rfll|

our great state.e i..Mg M.,..o M pert. IW earN For Continuing Progress
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and for this guidance, we ...*. Tee. W *.'..<+.. kvtM
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look toHAYDON ibis en mtltf. m woe. a*.vl>Mrooul

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: A C H Die 1 E COMPARISON of Positions on the Issues of rw1 : 1r :


+( and I:1' -r'SPESSARD

L. HOLLAND : _' :_T :

-ic: Candidates for the United States Senate -S j -ir:

From Florida

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"I think Senator Holland supported a number of issues in fact he was on a number of different sides on a number of the important issues

*: he supported many bills offered by the administration that were probably worthwhile. I COMPLIMENT HIM ON THAT! But, IN MY OPINr'

ION A UNITED STATES SENATOR SHOULD DO MORE THAN THAT I don't think it is just a question of attendance and going to sessions -

and voting on measures that are offered by someone else. I THINK BEING A SENATOR IS GOING IN AND DOING SOMETHING





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KIRK 1 h.hi\es' I-rul ,is ,m .'si,.,hll.III'II1.I. I HOLLAND/ .. urte-el I All) In Nisser d.pili I..,
KIRK II.. endorsed .I.lwah'r and Ixenn IIOLIANI) haN emlorwd Pre Johnw I is KIRK I IN ngninst Wheat Sale to R utah. for HOLLAND with the Johnson Admmlstri lion in lixl i\ s world must U gum tin lliis Ar.ill du.I.ilor\' i,>t.uul ug.ihist lnaa'l I
active Mipporter In kirk but yet paraeles rilmx-If a. a coniiervatlvepointing 5, two OBVIOUS reason. First we! an' tlon hi:* nlltmed Amiriian ta.piy'rn: ; Iii Mini. c.onsl.1,ilions, lay lln I'nitiil' SI.ill'sis Hid tin. J'I'u In,li| Nassir' 'in to In'Ip*
Uniform In bawd on g71ht.:\ .' :' 1 out he differ with the Prenlden!t building up a nation aimed at our evi'ntiialdestnuliem gn Intel I. debt for over $42031 I.414 In orderto would IK limited' 1 other; silks, If necessir hint put u strini.li..liold' mi tin- Jordan
only) dim to Florida over KEY iMuei and believe* the two urn 0 Secondly this wa upHisedlo | ,pie IIM- t.l1I"lun.. / with our a he .it ). Isritl mmt IH protected auimst. tin Ito ar and h>.PISS 'Isriels w ilir mrd IfNisser
I r'IlOJnphic! pnnitlon Ml Kirk wan one of pnfni! ire not related Where In Holland lo be a Gold.for-\\hcut transac-tion but we Along with, bin' colle-ague. the Snuiteir bus point' slite tietics of Nisiser and Ills Aril MietmlN in netting up din nivi
the closest, penonalitleii to Mr Ceildwater Can Florida AFFORD a fence ttnddle r American are! financing It by extending not only OK el wheat tale to Russlii our l Bloc, "I Inelnding, I tin 1<>rd,in Rixer: dispute:; Anb Him' of Antllsri.ll countries. thlt
on hli recent campaign twlng through any longer over a Working Senator will is cn-tlit: lo the Soviet On top eif these two ('re-dit* and Castro-allic-d ,ships to hud, II as lilt h amid uit olf tin lift'.lim' water" I ii" I Isis nitiini. would. ,N. iii.lmgiTe-d. Hoi*
Florida firm lxli wheat In American-owned *hlp but nation to do nothing alxnil the .1U.hll.I"1I1i1l1lIIntil \otvd NO' on tin (;ruining' Arm'IIIIII"III
. r----- friendly to Castro hauled this U, S. after Election Day aimed ut Inlti-d' Aruli Republic whkllgl "
MINIMUM WAGE LAWS wheat" to Russia \e" "Pret.i.1. right to tut all foreign "

: KIRK Florida lxllivr slimild' llml fonforrn minimum In tin.wage-national, In HOLLAND wage,linn proposal continuously\ ':tlmt\ would,innHueiminimum : brini I I Iil t nlliir" sassy(7.8.country' aid jars'Iissniaig recipients iiggnsf "Ii<

mInimums, cvin for (he ill-usury mlgra wage".guarante-et. to unskilled worker"* II MORALITY IN CONGRESS
I lory wnrkrni MI lmxirtiinl| In our itrasonaliropt Florlila This haM been a reflection again -
Ha believe! the tilior movement in lioth Union' and unorganized lulxir mln KIRK calls attention to the F.B.I.po'b HOLLAND hat endorsed Lyndon Johnson' I .it"" .
an Imixirtiml part (of our free4'ntt'rprlwtytte linnim In Florida for ninny yean He ha sa that show that our crime rate! ha risen and with thin enelorsement' phi HT BALANCED BUDGET .
1k 'm. supported, union.busting, waKe law lamuny a 1 time-" faster than the population increase, FAILURE to peak out Af.AINST; tin
we have had mob uprising In !Few Bobby Baker, the Billle Sol E.".. tin kIRK IHHVS| twvsat'i' massIng fmmutionul :IIOLIAND him a n-eiirel i :of( voting litf.V r'
years York, New: Jersey, In PenrayivanU, In Matthew McCloskey Indicate HIS APPHOVAL soK to bankruptcy with, ,,,oro"'mm"1I1 INitt.A51N1{ Al'I'noPlhIAflONS I In
a Illinois, and' even In St. Augustine Diinestic ,- OF THEIR DISHONEST IMMORAL. : pmKrimn now workinK onndilcinl (thai pisl fl years: ,dime: : In .ideliliou: :::I::: :IMol.d
. L.1; MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO AGED I law and order :In likely to breakdown UNEThICAL l ACTS HOI I ,' or .i "ihar -c' It" tmliy and let \" for two Fimign, Akl..umimlimiiltwhkh Iii giv
President Johnsim
when government offiiliiu are LAND th' kids ) (for It in has >"uin" lo ci.mopolicy "
I'4. KIRK believes there l I. a "urloos need for IIOI.LANn01,1111'/ that lisa' preMiit ken: 0 1.1111alld Ktealing and wheeling and dealing CFNSURfc THEIR BEHAVIOR! lit! m",1IIPIrol. Nut;pa only do\ the President\ : tnnybiiiUcl l fin assail-Id aid to inlK.ii III.it ure "II.h"aMiogCub .
medical aid for Ihe aged particularly In Milln "KlKlallm" In u.Wiiile and ulionld 1 b a. right In the Capital of the United Stale of of a President that driven hi, : r. II nomn advlst adviKalc: this i. and In other, CaimmiinM' .11, Hi.
view of rapidly rising" ,,"dical' tx sl,.. kfrlimlievet given' a 2 or ;)-"..ar trld.. I"'rill"Ie/ vote it America PUBLIC SKHVICt, HUJlWBt private limousine H0-mile. "per hour mi II 1 iK>lu') bul President J< hnnon hlm..Utlalllll ,'Si,,,"tries I 111" x-ulnig nsiiird. re -<1. '
'' a nensible voluntary liiMirani aifiiins.1 (he! Ailmlnl, .tr"llim'. Meehcare fill I A PUBLIC TRUSTI 'Instead i If public highway while drinking beer It .h u safe. policy Kirk $h\I.! tint )Johnson AdnunislritiiMi.' :I and: ;:: famIliar c mfn hifl t.iti'MImemlxrship 1 1:sattlt'f..:;
I type program Riiaranlrsnl' 1 by tlie Federal better known at I lie King.Andenon, Bdhlli I: a way to ama. a fortune! he must approve! of the Johnson Admin bills must bt pud I ;is't like: tow ird ele ficils '
( !government In needy caw wIll/ lim allow \\' he hat men In Congress nil (hen "Islralkai '''PI',11If racial- ,abimtattratiaia Ik ;i'ts'ttnlisalai: \I fuel bills It suit IIt" .derwntmrntnt nn thisSsaiiti'. AIaIsrssianlatana Ii.
MIKe for |>enoni piivlnu their own liimir- llollanel hat Inlnxlnceel '. HOLLAND MUST APPROVE, OF All slind lay H.llmd "mlinmdlv miasstta.Csan.titutisansl uimmftlei: givi him' e ve ry ommrtimily I
)1"8"' not leg a : :
any !
ant,, premium; : would: gIve| the! best pro Islillon to Pulp needy Senior Cltl/rni. OF THIS/ 1 because hr1'/ ". shown inleadership : : 1\: iheoms I BUT din. NOTfishisaw like liaderslilp in a HALANt I D BUIXFT fast-
fl k lection' to needy RlIl'd.I In opposing these simplest assail thmiiKh/ 1" nis Vl>tln nitmWIIFRt \ : "IIUH.IUM: f. Tid. 1I1'1'rllllllm.,
most Important MOHA1 mislie.havlour*. : IS TilE" 1.EA1)ERtIllPP! this fiscal ytiir armHint to SillS! HI I LION!
more' than ever /Ufeircwas so when"
. 'IF CIVIL RIGHTS Vnatex Hollmel?

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KIRK "believe In equality Man the liw /HOI I.AND!\ wa' 0 a lender In the 75-cta, ,
and uiility of opportunity/ noleii Cl Ivll Small' Fllibuslir. against the' Civil Right' this wlilih- HOLLAND voted ll.ls I i( .
KIRK I. oppoM-el to tan wa In 1U03 to mulh COFFEE AGREEMENTSkIRK
K RIlAW,/ hi. uncoiisliliitloiiil, "' 'I1ll1n.In Hill; SI'II"I" I Holland call.d I'nlll'11111I
levied during World War 11 on tattles'I lt) excise lax on tuch female items asImndlwgs
tent. t v"."hlih create! power tisiirptiim. amiFrde .. "tragic mistake" for nun country /lie t'aliei I luxuries a* a ",aaarve of fund for war ceMmetioi. fur.trimmed 'Musts andelresMs irgues. \Vliy inercaW Millet 1'1'11'1""h"l1 HOLLAND vutc-d for tlie l"h.lk."I',
ml (;.estaixi"iontml of tItle t fnmtlon 1I.'lIvI'llIhhl./ nrid chunh woitin. 'mlt No need Ihit and /lM-slde.ii Ircmindous\ In xiHce. 'ml'nl' whkh has
I munitions to continue tin costume jewelry njieirt surpluses" n.m exist Agree Treaty
Kirk It opMwe| etlaele I > Ills John which I I. a /fimincUl hardship to tin housewife Ing goods for the entire family, U hi'n thevote 11r1l111'h\ not ke-cp pn'.... ktiblc. so jumped, American market re-till, prkvcIII'
and extremism lnv.lv.l ,
campiilitn/ Ililf'wIII'I'1I.1"11..1,1" |., In rulul ton Administration/ mi.lu Mlsslsslpp I I at well at the entire family Thi HAurtharge came up again, in 1U04 for another ,hat Americans Kill buy more essliteassail lo I7, tar pound !Senator llnllaiiel
/ | | Imdirshlp' In II si ilc- sib "',mrl.h. Will Florida" lie next' Brlltil-r' I
-X both tax In Improper and no longer one-year extension, the Senator Mh.I"lm'd l him allow" stock Pile's to dimmish for tltc sat surplus stickpilc* of iaatreIn
groups| It nesfetHary to. make pvirynno neecUsd, from declaring hit vole In 1904 he x-st tritensts of ti... colic. ,. gnmers? Prlcvshixill 1 but yet vole-el 1 for the new treaty No netelwhitsMVir '
AWal'Ih..y American
are elulnl "',"I..r to ve>(".al all. nl> hmli, diirmu ."If.-.. slmrtiges, to nise pricrs on eeillei 'loAmcrkan
a halt ha .m ri.lkiiUis it this time hoiiMwIvesICUBA ,,

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y' KIRK.:' "believe Florida
'r. nhoiild .
gt'| HOI LAND l
>pe LECISLATION has k...
and are entitled to tiippeirtu' anti Mibsl.hit hm.lciilled believes In EQUAL REPRESENT HOLLAND hut denied the b.islc" Const I Itullonil
from present prouramt at long at olluriiUle and FIOHIDFARMrRS ti> acre nON he lwlirvethat EVERY taxpayer right of Individual" this kIRK 1 ad\oc.iles. Immediate recognition' ofi HOLLAND hi, never taken .i Hgnnius Sf.
control every in
age .
4( partlclpnU', They gt very little .-;mix.r nf crop Senate:; even though he Inin. and EVERY CITIZEN hat the right dale I by hit Senate vole In dc Cuban (.iisernrns-nt.In.enale The Cuban: sUnel nor raised hi* staler against the F ....
(onlv leibiitx-o) while. pulng for such aid Ixi-I Agriculture committee to reprenentallon He remind* ui that one" lay the Supreme Court rica-bloat I f'J ; ieo|>le are unable I by themselve to overthrow Castro tike-fiver 'he didnt" speak up
in nil oilier Xllllo'1l l A orhng/ Se 'n /f.r |I. gnmers'sugar still:', hat.states I I and Louisiana cane of the basic reason our Founding t'atht.-n apportionment eif Florida ligislirure Ills I;, the cniel CASTRO RUSSIANHINFSF at the lime; of the Bay nf Pig disgrace'
mdiHl to spur Florida Inlemti In firm advantage, men Fleirielusugar eft Fnxland In the 18th Century wa vote detiks. the saase.m.an ime-vote, prinelplc 1( :; COMMUNIST domination, he daunt .""uk swat. win-st list'. itsassiansunsaveal I
'lag on a nulionid *ci>|ir, Furnilng .is vitd TO /mourr 11"1\\1' Holland HAS RLFUSFD' UNREPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT of legislative. rt'pw..nl.lt..n. that our kirk !E'AI they must have help from ml.ll'l and aialslwrs lotus Cllim. lae
'III Ftorielil. el..spile repreMMiting lint HV of INinsilO IIIF: FLOHIDBFH: kirk J 'I.asite! ttnnjg In Founding F.ithers. 111,1I'n tilt IHM he r CUBA .b theounlainhe daunt speak lip when" Ciastrat tarmsd, oIl
the ,Iut,,'. total Inc-ome and 51 If, total employnie TARIFFS! ON bv allowing I I OtRtD f// >,HI'll'E'h."hJI\ 6 METHOPOL Floridaoiislitntloo reiiiinHl| Al tlie |pee.- .id of C ommunism endangering' than/ wal'r at (lIdnlllllllmu, he ha.n't Me
nt. mg HI.F.F' Florida IMPOHT ha\ dwindled MEATS ITAN AREAS, but have only 1/lCKh of ent time ONt: SENATORIAL DISTRICT ,he entire Va'estern Hemisphere anything against the Castro atrocitki and 1.
to P.1 the representation In (heir state ginrrn In Florida II\S ONLY: 9543 residents concentration camp
H< of id lot.d .|.ile Income while" Hollmd M'T'III' IS ClEAR SOME ADH'ST' while, tlie LARGEST: DISTRICT IIS k ..
sin In Semite
.. .,
BE CONSIDERED? 933047 reslelenti A RATIO' OF 98 II

. AERO-SPACK WORK I IRk ha l been oulspeikcn" .. in calling for HOLLAND" has not spoken. sail ,nor use-el

- KIRK I 4 "S1S'pislacy m: these peripheral action, hn !no-called Influence to correct .....ltidpil.tlon .
'DFCRFASE turn' spotlight on .I.OHm.6111 IIOILAND:, has. win Fk :
IN AIIO-M'ACE CON:" "intuits go down from 5 41 of (he total A Marine in knrea. Kirk more than any there have 'been 32 casualttet of FLORIDA I
TRACTS KIRK believes
In past Iwoyenn. /Huuilei litest to tin, uirwnt Lit during hi'. Senate AeroSpair that all American )'OlInjl1ol..nmust IIOILAND has consistentlyOTH" : > sane a awsre frushratassnn oaf lighting SOLDIERS IN VIETNAM! 'In thai WAR W
1mm be
ipac-e-shlp. de-monntraln" V. S, now (onunittc-e iilhllitlein" California him encouraged lo continue their education A.AINST: FEDERAL SCHCX 1 AID a war wIth hand. tara.I behind your th.t I II costing the United. Stale Jiff
in 2nd,. plurIn' splice rnc-e. at liii.. .'Iut1cl.'IMt ..\ nH aimhlle gone from 48.3* lo S3* In that : regardleu of their' economic ba,''.. This year he also vote-el against TAI I.. haC'k. nu. \'lC'tnllm WAR has been allowed more than 11 million per day, Senator* taxpayers Hot iRL
> |iniiram I. on MOVING VANS on !S\MF: vriiml Our few' | fh1Rd. providing they are qualified. He LOUANCFS: : for families, with cluMren 'incollege In fester IIIln a nA'''. bloody na-s daring land still lake the Johnson pmitinn that
-K way to C: il if mil,i thanU lo I,unU Jisliss.I 'pa\nilli| have Ix-cn proportionate grudually" leaving|latinanal (hat Federal help can be given 10encourage and! later SOlED: AC.AINST tax the Last 3 years of liar/ K"lM'l1y.JohnWWladmlnL.lratio" Vietnam b laM a police' action and not f
son mcl Cdifeimla PierreSalmjir JHingliikker F lurid the building of school facditiei I allowance for ntudents with, familm who with' j NO WIN policy a WAR.
on draw than HolUid/ when n\ 0 for our Ust-etpanding' itnelent populatlim. an working, tlwir way" through college II in time to either atop this war" or get
AlIAS I liunelilngi nwvrel to Cahforni! Help In building facihlie. will release aelequat H"lland mined the Johnson AdministralMm' the United States ".oitlienit, of itklRk .
C I.OSIN 1 (. CAlF: KF:NNI DN" S IAUNC local feindi to adiust teaehen. wlari In vetoing uhonl advantage to Cf II'1 geSliulrnts
PU 'II I I While* HorMa. AIitO.Sl'ACKtaiIitrttt :,\ / "' .. Tax creeliu for families with" collegettudentt antI their parent tax credits
RFDICFD lOs milnie'ts' lo .hoeild be available immediately! to heln lew and mkldle Income families. to 1- FOREIGN AID .
M\ss! "< -:1Il: 'M.nS.: MMMUND:'; TF\ meet the higher cost of tuitkm In colli.....

AS. ARIZONA. andCAMFOHNU |II.\\'E| : : is eilremet) inlkal.| Senator llnl HOLLAND ha proudly!/ referred In "".....
k 'INCRtASFD: CAtlFORNIVS liicwasris land for CONTIM: : : rD: AID PA\MENTS activity on AppmprialtnrM Committee a< """"
.. (from 4( 5' in l 11162) to Mlln HJ04(\ I PORT DEVELOPMENT I IICIIIIC the' t' S must top trying to FEED Important to Florida HE HAS VOTEDIN
oiicl CLOTHE E> ERY NATION that ha. : FAVOR of nearly ALL FORUCN? AID
1"Inll nail that htmiredt' of new HOLLAND IIA. revetted .rw).hexks. lot hisrrpresentathwi lit hand out Holhn.1' / lust voted FOR con' while In Senate but 'he
U SOCIAL SECURITY I IC JOBS AND P\ROLLS C.\'IBE/ DE- of Flonelian* law user 18 Issued AID to INDONESIA: even though ..fA'7R\ einlained: to floral u*.
k \'ELOPED for FLORIDA TORT CITIES: )c.rs /bin .,,II II \" NOT I DE\ EUPED Sukarno in M*ich laid The Lasted. IMVTO hat FOREIGN; AID FUNDS Mtua.ly
KIRK ata-.tan-a Holland d.'re,lid In dul IKHUM I ) him iH-rmitte-d SoCIAl .,\11 a* 'iHkwnvllle Ft UuderdLile ANY I FADERSHIPtodetekip: FLORIDA States tan on lo /hell with III aid Repealed come from the' U S. General Fuatd.whk4s *
r to Florldians:dkITItt: miking ileur that : I till 11 DFUCm! to lit thin St; Tampa and Miami with u pmtx-r ,le e.I|. PORTS "Hilficlenlh' tn create ness |kahn and I ABUSES! are reported every month nasa SOCIAL SECURITY deposit:
SOCIAL) : I PAYMFNTSRF: : : I I t.ittiiaii" 7H( ) nullkm ,grua dull... me>n opment program He illustrates hi* c(111'kIHM pa\mll UK .- Klrx' has "bern mnfinrel toaanl.Rng most recent bran an .inemlible foreign among other fundt for AID payments
(:("N(: INTO: U S, FNFRAL: :: : FINDS: I is during hi. by quelling'' Texw port stilistlc. k i us S.-IMI
part: of whkh' lit tinal:: l for Fonlgii:: : Aid 1 In ,.ilkmrsl m 11.*.-IM.*. your funds repnt'.ctit.ttlvt'It to U, PAID thaeuw/ w II f..s post 30 MILLS FROM\ dredging ami. other mafeinmance pmgrams of a market *m Athens It hat 'hem under rLOK/O.4 IS ONE OF 19 STATES
4 payments' as will as other general ims l 10 I HI I t' S. t.;NIRAL: FUND with and ANY ONE shawl to keep Ftorkta 1M1.WI a rtafu '1'10 b*.*. cnnMruotion years and Mitt" take 3 more TIHT MS MORE INTO the/ Federal
kirk. still Introducebill. to STRFNOTIIFA \11 I StORE: BtsiNESS TOnUTlUN/ ALL y.a* to finish u. Uhf ha been 17mititun Government In tate than H receives back
AM) (;a'ARANTHOL'II: : : ash a not'l'In P.01 \\ nORlDK PORTS ARE MORE than
!SOCIAL SF Inn DOtNCI: KIrk rttinuted In vartocM protect* (why Umild" FlorkUtanvaven
1\ neecl I
KK CUIIIfl'mtamcntn by: PL'TTINC' THiM s" ",,'ii 1"'fil.vmi. your own' Sexial will be \\ORKINO.: : SFN\TOR: sledi- DOUBLE ill numttrd COM one of PAY for MISSISSIPPI' AI'Du'r '
IN RFSIHVF ACCbUNT JUST Llkl rated to OBrlNINO JOBS AND PAl the Cnpek Cosemment nlfi'sails supervising \\ VIRGINIA PROJECTS !II
1\'l'IIA\C": ; In give you. awiinmti* .anil ROUS FOR FLORID.\'S EXPANDING: : this b alas a CONTRACTOR on the
a .1. nosils Wit|| |I. 1W) 1HFRF \\ IItSI :: UND REIN WHIIF, THF1F APPROPRlTIONS -
YOI KF-FD' : TIIFM H,, alsei fv,n II" /H\\E BEEN \OTFD

I .. ,,Immediate few 5 t In.reuse In payment ItsaaltUtt I WHO IS CONSERVATIVE? I WHY OOESIF/ SPEAK OUT!
.. | rising hsmg ensts
I ., ..-. KIRK b debated to the/ prisate or freernterprtte /HOLLAND started! hfc tareer m the Senair .
I .
I ...iem of If" IPIIUIII'tItw an a Southern Democrat and verted that SENATE CHAIRMANSHIPSHOLLAND'S
. FINANCIAL I %<...-../ly .
DISCLOSURE opp. ? the/ BIG government wa>. but n*> .been xnNng more anal more.

.."halirtitht. the. \.*..... .if Fbs4aha. I l lot llM I ) h.,, MKnl AC:.\INsi I I rill I I (m-tnpsia 11..11".1 as .1".1..1 and Pn.klr St. ...the/Johann inline, rraarat hi' Cong liberal. *.**eaeh* mesa tear ike A U c.the\ I IM3 an metependenl_smn of to.KIRK. ..1f10risLt waists a se.>4 \\aAmt m the: I Senator S. Senate, /he yean to anranlmflna Senate, Hits mauanty fated to dlei hiM .?a .....
iCKIR" uters III America an eMKkid In DM i.w. .... !lib to gas Is* Mate leniWklp ta the chennaMhrp f*w lite
I OM HF: ,4 S rah and Iliiaa'.a ncminn. t .? Its, hilh. that asms.t U-iMrnwn; i4lmg I rated! lln Und MHiw -drbut- ir1W9
(baum III hat finmcial! c*,,,flii4. nf t In. I i '.n "." .1 theIr finan. sat III" ....'1' hat, a bnl.nwd ..rt. tkt a' a taPs a 3tW perforimMce trnup n... means t.... S. utr The fcrtur SetMtew Kirk ia vermlhwuste 1M tit fcH among loih.AsnnSpsceCan.siattats.3rdrf Denomn OII
"''V1' "* C..it.at.51v> wIth| | I.I. i .... aInt ...... .ark wh Latin Amrtlean :
TTi f** ''',II'"r rvNmn, LIIMI n .,.,1.| t as. mutt theacwdwlyr .qaenjnai In hi'01.... with PRO\'flIlF. MORSE II Agnmkttra
I rWirhy"" Reker Matthew M.CUlrv$ e Ms Nimvl It x, ,,,,r //I",11oNk1 l has aaaa'st l 'u ,ih. I gnvemmmt mat ..., mast. .sap $isiia'4"i YOUNG erf Ohio hr.. t.> mt the i-eu.tfln. y*.*... of mneawrf toeVM Oomnritte c... lad 8th..4 t rAppnfmatiom '
fresh in nor mind. IT It ONLY PAIR Nfls5t, the. countnes ,iii >'> and asia for Florida and Mimbrrm CaeamMtow Dmnomti
s< *INST! FAIN il: .t( TION tw"J/ tllfltlRh fateelfalakL Demo famnMMMnn hm llcvlUml'- \ IS a Of
3(THAT TilE: VOTFRS': "\hW \\U\T .A" >> ''I"' ", s, m,, rather slrou.iiti.I ,\..I :NOT '' )fl\C: with hn ..>, .ailed |UK' richter -Ueto 1ft whath' h.. '.... batlgwiwitl 16 Senate rtandinc -....... ris el t.....,
IN'ESTStFNTS ( A\llIP.TES f'OR .rf it'", I" I f..r the. Se....ll.* Harry Byrd and Ralvrfts.w ,4 \ irvmuSlenni private 'OUt.// '1'1'IOIIIrIIIItft si. teiw .him are cKaurd F>* wm elected nears !IIHC
THFSt HIGH OFF KhS HEalk McOettand aosignmrnt. Hr a ants ihnefetpowlfclhties ohm Senator Holland took! after
_._* .or_ .L _uU._ at he -< often npMvt m ,el.-I t.. pj, FIortd4| mil
in front rf tht V. -at-s.t -r'


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