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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 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1964 12 PAGES 10 CENTS 4Ut YEAR NUMBER 72 I

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first dollar? Voters Decide Or ? about will message hold 800-the>*Belgians vt SO ongoUee Americana In the rebels Stan and

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r# I./' ....p said the '
Collier County voters stream. ADlefl elglans have
ed to the polls In the forenoon uiVM 4wtie '
been p lX>tf arrestbv f
today, Indicating there will be a >
n4ijCM Le
the 1 >ve pro.
high percentage turnout before lalmed Bt.MrWtTU 'raplfahoftheli : ';1

the polling places close at 7 p.m. 1'ff".' .. ( "mmunlV9k4: >d "Con.
eBUD Those who have not voted yet "
,. .. gtUi M PC Hill1' fit
stand a good chance of having ..:- The message was i Cl Oct 29vot
to wait In line. AU who are Inline I .
tin signature of the Bel.
at 7 p.m. will be permitted ih
gist <"naiiil' In Stanleyville, Par.
to cast their votes.In ,
"on r.tlll'lI i NOtKunb
the Naples area, a noon.
The Americans include mis.
tune check: by the News reveal.
v V slonartes or leaehers al Stanley.
ed that more than one-third of ,,, Ls"tr t
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wt .,fir. .. ? I vtll.'a new Protestant Universl
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the registered voters alreadyhad
members < staff
; : tand five < the
cast ballots. In the May ; .,a the U S consulate In Stanley
primary election, when the turn. file
out was 65 per cent, onejourth
had voted In the forenoon

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LONG LINES PAMABCUR, Syria' (AP) -

HALL Long lines were evident at the King Faisal proclaimed Moo.
Trail Garden Center, Inc large precincts In Naples, Elec. day as ruler of Saudi Arabia ,1
has promised lo Awed up eco.nimUi 1
tore were lined IS deep behind
', sorlal and admlnls.trstlve .
"1 earned my first dollar as each of the three voting machines

a helper on an early morning at the Naples fire station This reforms
broadcast Radio
In ever
milk truck. I was about nine precinct had tur ed out 442 of a
It. voters Mecca, Faiaal also apuae of
1,106 by noon
1 years old Mt with other
loner numeration
Another long line voterswas
Arab and nations I
nonaligned
backed: up through a corridorand
j
std ) uf uiilver
r out the back: door at the promised support| | '
sal armmenl and the United
Church of Christ precinct: on
,, endorsed
Maiioi charter He
Naples' north side. There the
o1l.det.rMlnation (01 ill "(::010.nl .
turnout was 312 of 1,003 register u
+
ed voters not including those ted pat'f'l.
Standing In line. rslsal, M) .** named king In
4w 'Ja 1w.4 1w a miive tau summarily d 4h. ,,
An of
unrelenting stream
tl IYr .mid his "'evy. pendlng broth
formed lineat "l
voters a not-soJong n
the First Methodist Church N n# ,r" Ot' 'ht
e
where 409 votes had been cast IIII"tIUM'lIId.r
1. ,J., I j
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I out of 1,233 ,
registered
11 voters M I .. ..
,. the county's biggest pr..... UNITED NATIONS', H.r. .

East Naples' two precincts re r .d (AP) The UN., Oneral As.semlily t
corded a 25 per cent turnout will begin Dec I, about

In the morning apparently re : the time delegates normally j

fleeting the fact that many resU ti+ ; J begin pualibif, |e wind up the
\. dents there work in the daytime t e annual session
The vote later today In East rtiryaetierni U Thant J

Naples probably will be heavy, ant"unowd Monday that a ma*

In North Naples, 43 per cent jorlu uf U N members had
r of the registered voters alreadyhad a aiT>i<"ved a .*ei s d pontrxm
visited the North Naples fire meal of the world forum.

i.u. \. station by noon. At Naples Park The assembly was to have I

the turnout was 39 per cent. i tanned Sept, IS but was pot

MRS. MAX WESTON Of 5,777 registered voters In .. .. pon:* -- --- -- --- --- -' -- ------ --P I
Teacher. Lake Park the Naples area's seven precincts conn let with the Cure confer.enee .
a total d 1,954 or 34 MOST IWSt AL lace turk In the world that th, biijortcs rind their drivers, take off for the KvrKladi : uf nonallffMnl nations and

"A neighboring family was per cent had balloted by noon.Twothirds N.iplts su .,inp. buirtfv irrouncU .located on th crime and sonm h pp'", hunting Photo w as taken the UJ. el......

all down with the flu. I drove of all the voters In or> thi, F\i; rjfludi,'H in East: Naples After ifPttmir all Suiirlm afternoon lust before vMmlup of the tarns,.

by horse and buggy 31/2 miles the county live In these seven diaiud up till the Saturday pntnde. the. ltiitfis| Iiivt top, I't'IM\ :Salmon; Pfil' quern inset below ,

to get g roar: lei for them. They precincts. At Immokalee, the take off Sunda\ in a shower of mud -- a irixi'lling lioiiuv Collins, kinK emir r.1Md" l'lth photos) MOHCOW CAP) The Krenu

paid me $1 for the trip. I was turnout also appeared of to be run Orel i thi,' "MI'I:\ ', 0' Mud." Soon after I the race, lln'a new lln are going
heavy with 273 out U09 vol.ing
about 14 old.
years shied with Nl.it Khrmhchev's I
by noon at Precinct: U.
plan for an Internalkxul Ovmmunlal .

ly Interest centers In on this the election presidential main. PresbyteriansPlan A Chat With The QueenPenny's Swamp Buggy Insles'l meeting nf letting next the stage month for, but a I

contest although; the governor'srace Days Pictures showdown with Had China the
and some constitutional
$150,000New emphasis appermUy will be on
amendments have generatedmore
than passing Interest. On Thoughts This unity I
In Issue There have weft I hints. Ked
level the only eon. AdditionMembers
the county Chine might MIld represents I
tested Items are a referendum Two paces of swamp buggy lives to try to find out if there
question on raising the salary of of the congregation parade and rice pictures appear have bee any Soviet pulley
the Immokalee Justice d the of the First Presbyterian Churchof Worth A Million on Paces ,., of this Issue of changes since Khruihchev'e I
'w peace and a write-In campaign the IfIW: ,. Other
) Naples Sunday morning ap. swamp buggy ouster. Peking had nil It would
waged by a Republican: county proved preliminary plans for the pictures are scattered throughout boycott the meeting Khrushchevhad I
loves I to bowl and sew She
Petite "Mill
Judge candidate. remodelling of the present Bun- Penny Salmon the edition railed: to lac the ground
trANDY day School rooms! and the eree. Swamp ttuggy Queen of 1964" makes sll her own clothes. work for a conference of the
dreamed she would be Penny however Ji not a Nearly all of the !photographs/
lion of a new educational build. never world's to Communint part Ie.. I
WASHINGTON (APAmer.. log at a total estimated cost of chosen from a field of 40 fair, .tay-at-home.trt. One of her were muted, by Tom McCrath,
with NEWSman David Lyon also
cans got out early and In big $110,000, of which ipproilmitely beauties to reign is jueen." favorite. pastimes U driving busv.

numbers today to register their 110.000 Is for equipment "It was a very great honor down to Naples rand watch : I

choice between Lyndon B. John The to be named qjeen among so Ing the beautiful sunsets She The NEWS: regret, that It was SAIGON, Viet Kara
ace and Barry Coldwater for new structure is to be many lovely girls, and) I greatly loves the outdoors and 1s In* sol possible to run pictures of (AP) US. authorities an. ,
built on the present parking lot Mwnced tnoJ.ty that ?> VM. serv
president. those tented in all outdoor actlvl all parade and rare entries,
all whohel9-
appreciate
north of the prelOnt structure and .
Icemen were wounded In the
A morning spot check: by As. ties. Those pictured were selected
ed win the
to Spencer Hall To me crown "
adjacent Communist VM ( bnmbard
xig
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with
a view tarrying a re.sentallve
rep
(Continue on page 12) furnish adequate parking spare Ferny, who 1s exactly five Sponsored by Naples riower. displi) utile then. to sent x Ole" H... air base last
Penn Is the daugMei > Mr
for Us church a lot on the south feet, three inches tall with light ) be all Inclusive, Sunday
and Mrs. Dennis) Salmon
) BUTCH side of Third Avenue South has brown hair and expressive ha*
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Fourth Grade Lake park been secured across from the Ml eyes, made her own Core
Absentee Ballots church B II planned to MM
nation BaD
"I'.. bad a Pipe r rout sine the hours on the property which gown."h
May" (He did not reveal his Can Determine How at the present lime ls being used took me two months to I
Income. for youth ....NI... A youth make the dress," she slid.
) Florida Vote Goes lounge ts Included I"the pUaa tar "Once my mind was made up .

the new building prepared by to enter the contest. I wired I
i MIAMI (AP-A close electionU waiter ICe"". arefcitert." work In earnest on the dress, II
Florid*-tooth on the state and
It took of *
M meet e summer
national candidates could be Trustees of the church were t I
determined by the absentee bel.lot. autJtHta.od have the plans com. w finish k.
Penny's deter, Chen Sal*
.
plated" arrange terthacingaadcan
A poll of U of Florida's 67 for Mds on the proposed mot, was one of the finalists j

counties shoved more than 37,. work In he Lap. ftyftry contest '

000 absentee ballots had been rue years ago. s'
glvea oU. Of this number act 1 fekchess entail do

all were returned by the voters It. se scuM r, saio Pcmy.Wle .

by the 5 ,.a deadline Monday. Voice or AmericaTo I tVHftu I might M
However, la a close rate,such
one ef the eht Maltese, :
u on* that occurred between Send Returns 'kt'v'
never really dreamed I woui
State Attorney General JanesKynes
and Miami attorney Earl Via Syncom II win the erewn. I guess ;xMM

ralreloth. absentee ballots could say 1 Sir the happleitflrt

make the dUfereoceFalrclotk WA51w.gr01. (AP) The II ........" '
unseated Kyaes by Voice of America win broadcast Pony ts s Junler at Naples v'S

a slim srgU of W* votes lathe election retne to DM fa/ East High school and after grad s.

anal counting tore tad: W4esdy via' the t4mIsM to actend a baaoryacadeny. laaus
Dade County issued M *tj. Syeea D ___toM .... Meamtitk, the .-

mated 14,000 absentee ballots ..... w rkj i cashier after school t v .
with about 10,000 expected ts be The kr tlOdc... wW dad at I bout me PuMU Market.
si
r returned and canted Ouvai la. ,... ETT art tut ser eight .
1 MCUSSAWALNrtf sued ',"S. KUlsborougti 1,000, hows. The modest huh beauty de- .

! *Grade Lake Park ptneUas ,74J and PalM Bead Belay I and 0, .e4l. t ortUeu sits Ito U fsrmally engaged '. Ar'r' IAYrrFS "GetOutthsVotomwitteV wa on the Mnn all

4,221. Orange Cow** Issued .....(at.aM MtettMes, are but admsu she goes "vitaf 'la < n' ,,iiraifn \otert to e!ltr,'ljt their fVhU on this important Intlon I
I "I help my mother around 8,20 and Caraacxa 1,211. The betag aNd for uptatt ttis week wlm s yeurf mae who U toAe 11;" From (left three' of the rrnlttt<, members. Have Gang Roth H.ndntk.ii / '

: the b use. She pays me 11 a smallest somber reported to Its 10 tele tse ec-erafe" ef the eiec.Uoa Air Fore Ihe Is .not aMl '1. and J. flier" Tetlor, shown at th I outdoor headquarters on fifth Avenue .

.,..1&- pod eras Cnloa County with 52 *M4. tacreswd to eanctrf but South.


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Governors In 25 States I ...w I IiV i 'V5 Bo n tee

Dividends ToSfockholders ; from
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Will Be Elected Today The Bonlta Springs America!, November 22, under the tit
Legion Auxiliary of John Murphy tlon of the department vi.I, ,
Post No. 301 met last Wednesday Idem, Mrs Esther ?ice; l'' ''I',
ty-flv WASHINGTON (AP) Twen. era give him a dear edge. DETROIT (AP) Boom year night In the Legion Honuwith t ed dish supper will prer.. 4
ed governors will be elect. Opposing molly, 47, who 1984 of Mite nation's auto Indus I President Mrs. Ethel Clean .. meeting at 1:01): p.m, 'P, i h>
today, with the races in Iii! .
bands are invited to this .lu
was wounded In Dallas last Nov. try now boasts record nine. welcoming 9 members
tints Michigan and Arkan.aaretUnr M when President John F. Ken. moath earnings from each of Its Mrs Connie Evans, membership ,,. and Mrs. Margaret Plttman is
attention moat of the national nedy was assassinated, Is Re. "Big Three." chairman,, asked all mem.. charge of the program
In publican Jack Crlehton, 48, a General Motors, biggest of the hers to be mindful of the fad t> All were reminded of the API i
Illinois Republican CharlMH Dallas oil man. trio, made It complete Moidv: ; that their 1M5 dues are now diM,; ly progressive Euchre!: > .in
Percy 45, Is trying to turn In Arlaona by reporting a |1.3 .blUlon '" '' which are held every 'U I
Richard and
back the Klein protoIt ;:w: payable
secoixMerm bid of ,
Democratic Gov. Otto Kerner dienst 41, a Goldwater field and announcing a S894Bllllon 1f Mrs. Florence Stark rehabll.Itatton ., night at eight u, the LetcIO" 11 urn i.i

ar.. director before the San Francisco dividend payment. chairman,, stated that com.
Percy convention, seeks to succeed The GM dividend, a S2-a.share fort articles have been mailed t i BIRTHDAYA
a ot former
protege another close payment to 1.15 million gala birthday party I... "
friend the Bay
president of Gold. oomnon following hospitals:
has endorsed Dwight and D. Elsenhow.r water, Paul Fannin. Fannin is stockholders, will help to swell Pines Lake City and Coral Gables ,, Master Budry Piper on the i ink I'
supportedGOP candidate running for Goldwater' Senate the pre.hrlstmas flow of mono ,. ; also that the Joy Shop grounds; of the BonitaSi'Mi
Barry Goldwater presidential but has seat. ey. The $2 la $1.15 above the z Li I GUts or at least a dollar bill, Com m unit/ Building on .If'
to differences he has with point.ed the Klelndlenst's Democratic op. usual GM quarterly payment. should be sent In to her at onceThe aflennx, with 43 of his s. ,
Arlzonan. ponent Is Sam Goddard, 45, Earlier both Ford and Chrys. money doll a lovely bride grade classmates of the 1 Kschoul ><
National Interest In Arkansasstems Harvard-educated Tucson attor. ler had reported record nine. ) < doll made by Mrs. Gustlne Hunter taking part .
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from the fact that Republican ney. month earnings was on display Donation The refreshment table cove
a General M,*ors made Its prof. tickets can be obtained from any ed with a decorated cloth carted
Winthrop Rockefeller a1. I 'N III
Its out I the Halloween tinny,
82, is given an outside chance to report as the giant auto member. This will be awarded
maker was getting i and as did the favors of ball,.,
turn aside the bid of Democratic 44 Cubans On up headway at the Christmas party you
Gov. Orval Faubus 54, for a again In production following a do not have to be present to win Other decorations Included ski
slab two-year term crippling United Auto Workers THEY BEAT THE ODDS It'. rare If tr.plota reach college A donation to the United Fund etons, along with the tradlii! i

Faubus, who won his first Way To Prague Union strike. Ttddi, Frtddit and Eddie Duk. lift to right are freshmen .( Abilene Chr et.an together College but and to the Cypress Lake Uniform blowers and horns lust u
term In 1954, has been governor For the first time since the 'n Abiltne, T..... The orphaned 19\ .year.oldt earned college fxptntt Fund was unanimously voted. grand array of noise 01. null
strike began Sept. 25! all five of money by summer work. Volunteers were solicited to makers Ice Cream and < Jn1 w
almost as long as Rockel.U.r.broth.r ,
of New fork's Gov. Ask U.S. Asylum GM's passenger car divisions help In the Post charcoal broiled served, along with pepsi, ,u
Nelson A Rockefeller has lived were turning out cars Monday, chicken and rib dinner at the Bucky r.celvedmanyu.eflall.ltl.
In the state OTTAWA CAP) Forty-tour, the company said. Students Hold 'Election' home on Sunday November 8, One uninvited guest,, ,. ,1 1
In Michigan, Gov. George 'Cubans are seeking admissionto The UAW called off Its nation. beginning" at 4 p mOther named Rosy potts succeed
al strike Oct. 8 polishing off a carton of hoc
Rnmney, 68, one of the new the United States after walk following agree announcements includedthe
faces who scored Republican ing off a Cubana airliner at ment on a national cotract, but annual meeting of No. 303 late Ice cream.
victories in 1962 Is after a sec. Gander, Nfld.Arrangements. strikes over local disputes At Naples High It's Goldwater Club (the holding corporation) Mr. and Mrs. A. A. H<>ni'
oiid term in the State House. are being among the company's 130 plants on Monday November 9, beg!n. of Kentucky Street have""d>'I
Romney has not endorsed Gold. made to fly the detectors to continued to cripple production. fling with a covered dish dinner their guests for several du>,> M
water. Canadian Immigration detention As of today, only t local set. al 6:30 p.m when a board of and Mrs. W.S. Botsford fr,
Nell Staebler 51, lung a quarters at Halifax, where they tlemeits were outstanding CM BY MISSY LULEJIANU Yes No No Opinion had a presidential preferencethey directors will be elected. Jacksonville, Fla.
Inent figure In ,Democratic prom poll. will wait until the United States makes the Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Goldwater does as well Sept. 25 277.' 62% 11% didn't seem to have reasons 1 The recently acquired Legion Mike and Jo Bender I hoe: r
tics In the state, Is Romney's admits them Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick nationally as he did at Naples Oct. 26 24% 70.5% 5.5% for their choice or kIIoIIwhit colors will be dedicated at an turned to Bonita Spring i
opponent Currently the state's The Immigration Service said Ford, which faces a Friday Senior High School he will be the candidates stood for. appropriate ceremony onSunday, reopened their mobile horn Aft
coo llsm an-at.tarre. Staebler the Cubans defected after their strike threat by the UAW, had the next President of the United 2. Do you approve of President Consequently, these were some spending the summer C.I,11. baa been trying hard to tie plane, bound for Czechoslovak.la yet to complete 20 agreementsamong States In Mondly"electlon"be Johnson's policy in South of the Issues on which the gov..grnment Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cobb
Romney to Goldwater. made an overnight atop at 90 bargaining units. out-ranked the Incumbent by Viet Nam? students endeavored tc' Kentucky Street visited at Fo''
Of the 25 governorship at Gander Sunday Ford and the UAW have settled I vote of 284 to 241. Yes NO No Opinion/ enlighten the student body In the: Northern School Myers Beach recently In the nt
Two Cubans home In Siesta Isles of their
nationally *
asked '
take 18 held for political
today, are by Yesterday's "election" climaxed Sept. 25 soy, 36% 25% campaign assembly
asylum In the United State General Motors' nine-month and daughter.in.law Ted and B.I .
Democrats Including, 7 holdovers by Republicans., the national Sunday and the other 42 an. profit of $1.38 billion, from J.a political study by William Oct. 26 28% 51'% 21% Surprisingly Goldwater was:I Lets 'Bama Negrc I Cobb, and also her mother, Mr
the choice of the
lineup now Is 34 Demo nounced their decision Monday record sales, WAS the equivalentof Cunningham's govern- presidential Mary Townsend whonowresld.
crate and 1C Republicans. Their plane left for Prague with $4.75 a share, up 25 per cent ment students during which 3. Do you approve of federal student body In Monday's"electlon. with them.
In Texas, Gov. John B, Con. 38 other passengers aboard. from the U.086bI1l1onor$3.ea they took two public opinion aid programs such as Medicare ." The vote was Goldwater Stay, Pay Fees Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sen
nally, one of President John. Among the defectors were Mr. share, of the same period last polls and staged a campaign the War on Poverty, Increased 54'% and Johnson 46'%, or wecker of Vlncennes, Ind., ha\
son's closest personal and polltl. and Mrs. Miguel J. Rosa Gal year. assembly to hear both sides Social Security? 284 voting for Sen. Goldwater RIDGFKIELD, Conn. (AP) -. returned to the Blbbee Ap..rtme
cal associates, la seeking a sec.oitd VII, who left the plane with The $2 dividend will be paya. of the issues Yes No No Opinion and 241 In favor of President Prince Chumbllss, 16, the Negro i on the Trail for their fifth vial
term and political cheery their 2year.old grandson, Jull. ble Doe. 10 to stockholders of In a poll taken September 26, Sept. 25 677. 23fr 8% Johnson. The Goldwater "vic honor pupil from Alabama who i En route to Halts they \ tell
an de la Rosa. The child's parents record Nov. 12 CM' dividends 241 out of some 600 students Oct. 26 62.5% 30'1.' % due the got caught in the center of a, with their son-lndaw i ii
to
Mr. and Mrs. Jose de la for the year so far total $1.28 polled showed 1ofayoredPre- tory" was apparently controversy hcie, says he has i daughter Mr. and Mrs 1U I
McDaniel Rosa, defected In September billion. sident pro vote of those previously found lots of friendship and help Neel In Foil Lauderdale. A:<
from a Czech airliner at Gander Sales for the first nine months Johnson 41forSenatorGoldwater. 4. Do you feel that the U.S. undecided. Also, many attribute '1 at his new schrol."Ridgefield hobby, Mr. Sthawecker makiCypress
Mrs Alma E. McDaniel. 75. and are still in Immigration this year rose 13 per cent to and 13% were un- Supreme Coun Is too powerful? the outcome to the effectiveness seem to be full of Knee Lamps (yes, ther
of 500 Dean Street Bonita custody at Halifax. 13.18 billion as against $1l.68 decided. One month later 226 Yes No No Opinion of the political rally) nice people" he said. "Every. is a cypress swamp near
Springs died' early today In More than 200 Cubans have billion last yssr.Envisioned. Students were polled and the Sept. 25 26% 55% 19% last Friday. Three speakers one tried to be helpful and to canoes). Recently he
Fort Trfyers. She had been a defected via Gander, where results were 45.5% for President Oct. 26 35.551'% 13.Ii. .&% expounded on President John, make me feel at home." lured In a half.page Wall!I
resident of Donlta Springs for airliners flying between Havana Johnson 40.5% for Senator son's policies and three He enrolled as a Junior Mon. Vlntennes Sun
the past nine years. and Eastern Europe cuatomarl. Tank Goldwater, and 14K unde If you were able to vote spokesmen represented Sen. day at Ridgefleld High School due to this he has many
Mrs. McDaniel U survivedby ly stop The Canadian govern Leonardo da Vinci designed cided. today which candidate would Goldwater's views. which has almost 1,200 pupils, orders for Christmas giving
her husband. Earl. Funeral merit grants the defectors tern a forerunner of the modern Here are the questions asked receive your vote? Including 20 NegroesThe M. and Mrs. W.E. Flov .
services the porary asylum in Canada while tank when he envisioned a In the polls and the resultsi Johnson Goldwater Undecided controversy over his receiving congratulations i M,
are pending at
they make arrangements to Join covered chariot as a means of 1. Do transfer was described by the arrival this past week 0'i tl,,'
Earl G, Funeral Chapel you think the U.S. Johnson Goldwater ? Facts Hidden
Hodges the thousands of Cuban refugeesin destroying artillery in war should Ridgefleld Press, a weekly, as 11th grandchild, Bill Jr. to< U
In Naples. the United States fare. sell surplus wheat to Sept. 25 46%' 41% 13: % having "thrown the town Into a and Mrs. William H. H 1101 '
Russia? Oct.-- 2R 1S.K4-'- AnffL 1A*:I In Slaying Of turmoil so great as to distract North Fort Myers.

Favoring Senator Goldwa- attention from the presidential The DonlU Clinic a IT, '
I tera policies on Questions 1and election." of the Lee County Health Department
:, 2, concerning foreign af. YanksThurmondCOLUM31A The Board of Education, clt. with PHN Mrs. Re
r- ; From The resrerpercentageofthose 8.C (AP-,, first ruled Cham bUn was a nonresident cllr.lt will be held on Wednesday .
polled registered a "yes" on Son Strom Thurmond R*.C., and could not attend. November 11, which la Vet.
Question 3 and a"no"ontpes- has charred the Defense De. Then it waived the rule Sunday eran's Day and a holiday. .".""
NAPLESFURNITURE tion 4, which showed more students partment with "oppressing the and laid he could attend by the November 25th clinic will! "I i
f Furniture.r Fashions preferred facts and hiding from the Amer., paying the $050.ayear tuition. open until 10:00 a.m. 1'1"",'
Mr. Johnson'sdomestic
lean people the massacre of Cham bUst, slim, quiet son of desiring services are urged I i,
policies here how- American personnel" in last a postal clerk, was an honor note these ( hanges. Otherwisethe
eve r,the most recent show-
poll Saturday night's attack on a student at all-Negro Parker clinic: will be open ea' t
CO. ed appreciable gains for Gold- South Viet Nam air base. High School In Birmingham second and fourth Wednesday
water on the first two questionsand Thurmond said Monday he Ala. from nine tu twelve In the roam
Indicated losses for Johnson has information that "many He was brought north by a In the local) Community IU1U
on Questions 3 and 4. more" Americans were killed Ridgefleld group that had
Goldwater therefore, should than were announced and that formed the Carol Rosenberg
I have received a greater percentage total casualties were 300 to40 0 Memorial Education Foundationto SeaGolden
In help gifted students from
of Increase on Octo- persons the Comm mist Viet
Cong's mortar attack on the areas the foundation considers
ber 25's poll with regard to Gate
Lien Hoa air base. educationally deprived.
SIMMONS7 choice of candidates for Presl' The Sojth Carolina senator "He had an outstanding
dent, but there was a 5% decline declined to reveal his source of record In school and as a per.son .
for each candidate information or to say how manyof ," said George DePue, vice Guest
It Is assumed that many students the total casualties wore president of Datten, Barton
didn't have enough background American Durstlne and Osborn, the New
or understanding to register Assistant Secretary of 1>>. York City advertising firm
a "yes" or a "no"on tense Arthur Sylvester said Chambllss will slay with the
the questions Although Monday night In Washington DePue family, which is white,
many Thurmond's first statement until to begin college, The .
the number of Americans kIU onfoundation plans to help finance
;! LBJ Carries "la absolutely untrue." edhis college education and will
Later a Defense Department pay the high school tuitionWEATHER
spokesman said the department
MississippiMock would stand by Sylvester's pre.
vines comment as regards the
number of casualties.The .
Election Arm)' has announced that By THE ASSOCIATED PR1SS!

four U.S Army men wore killed High Low Pr, STAMPSFREE
I e I JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -1 and 31 ofiet Americans were Albany, cloudy n 30
.d 1
q Negro l leaders laid the total Albuquerque
wounded In the attack which clear 82 41
... vole was limited by"terrorism"but also destroyed or damaged 27 Bismarck, cloudy 48 42
I that President Johnson wona VJS. planes. Two Vietnamese Boise, clear 53 32 .04
big victory in their mock election air force men were killed and Boston, cloudy 52 35
in Mississippi two others were wo'I ndod, the Buffalo cloudy 65 41
The Freedom Democratic Army said Chicago, clear 63 54 at
r r' t CJt party said about 57.000 ballots Thurmond said, "This Is Just Cincinnati, clear 75 49
were cast In the 59 counties one more example of the admin. Cleveland, cloudy 69 49 I '' \ Dirt of .
Included In the four-day effort ration's suppressing informs Denver clear in to n.. :., .. .. I pat.new ,wet, I
JI tKKiOfl I
H PIC
r 4I 23,000 less than the total r.. tlon in an attempt to achieve Des Moines.clear 78 58 'itr.'it'ocreaungycu'> '
ported In a previous mock elec.tion political gain" Detroit, rain 69 53 .08 Oif, NCtelt/Nbtafrun) ? "ii"
"The Fairbanks, clear 15 .
government policy1Thurmond ,
oi' f' tree il"|' .
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I Y r.r@f.r The landslide victory was said, "Is that It is all Fort Worth, cloudy 81 66 eaten fivilefrs, (hit jt> .
expected for President Johnsonand right to lie to the American Helena, clear 59 28 II S Widen tilt tuts
other candidates backed by peq>l.." Honolulu, cloudy 15'4 .01
Mansfield the FDP, which has no legal Indianapolis, clear U 28 FREE CASOUNE
Model standing Mississippi Charges Filed In Jacksonville clear 78 46
The reverse was predicted for Juneau, cloudy 41 st .34 C FREE FLORIDA ORANGES
Prices Starting at today's real election.Republicans Head-On Collision Kansas City, clear 81 64
Smartly designed modern Sofa with a backed by con. Los Angeles clear 71 S3 FREE FISHING
quilted beck If. Is timely upholsteredIn servatlve "Democrats for Gold Charges of driving on the Louisville, clear 73 42 UNCIUDING. SAIT "NO TACKU
water" figured the state would wrong side of the .u'Ut. driving Memphis cloudy 78 S3 o FREE AUTO TOUR
a smart textured fabric and has revertible vote GOP for the first time In without a valid driver's Miami, clear 78 68 lOT MOOtKN. lltuANfMAPLES "

seat cushions for extra years 95 Its history and give Barry Gold. license, and without lights were Milwaukee cloudy 68 52 .is 'lOftlOA.
of $199 water able majority placed! against Joseph Caner Mpls.StPclear 69 51 FREE PRIVATE
service A big factor
In Goldwater'a New
of Miami a collisionon Orl.ans.d.n 77 47 PLANE RIDE
Mississippi appeal was his vote the follow 8tb Avenue New York, cloudy 64 41 outs fcAn.CS AND
against the Civil Right Act. Okla. City cloudy 80 67 *OlDt* GATt
An FDP spokesman said North, at tt44 o'clock Sunday Omaha cloudy 77 60

Goldwater and others on the night. Philadelphia, cloudy 67 41
mock election ballot with him According to police reports, Phoenix clear 75 48
MI 2.3040 "drew only a handful of votes' Carter was driving north on the Pittsburgh cloudy 67 47
p. among unregistered Negroes, Trail tn the left lane and collided Plied, ..... cloud* 49 31Ptlnd YELLOWAND
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS who cannot vote la the real with a car driven by Daniel Ore., rtta !5* 43 .t i

ON THE TRAIL AT TRAIL TERRACE election Grady of Taunron Mug, Rapid City, clow67 46 ,01 BLUE
FDP headquarters hen WAS beaded south. Canerwas takento Richmond clear 69 3-
swamped with poll reports, Naples, Community Hospital St. Louts, clones78 '.11 see SIGN'
STORI HOURS officials said, and the exact where be was given Salt Lk. City, clear M 3) .01 FOR DETAILS !

Furniture I C o count some time.was act expected for treatment for Injuries emergency received Saa Baa Fraiw.Diego clear clear 69 "5*
14"1.31
8.30 a.m. until 6 la the crash and released.
p.m.
In addition to Seattle
protesting the rain SI 45 .01
Ta 'r number of Metroes who cannot Damage was estimated at Tampa, cloudy. 70 64 '
Open Friday until 9 p.m. vote, the nock election also $500 to the Grady car and at "wsahlngtoe. cloudy 68 42 UXO
mind at laying the heals for a MOO to Carter's. Officer CJE. W\aa1pec. cloudy S3 47 COIPORATIOH
dullenct to the Democratic Jones made the Investfcatloo
party credentials of the state's for the Napes Police: : Depart-
mm- .. congressional delegation men CALL THE NEWS FOR :
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BY BILLIE; It) SMITH I
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\ The. staff-' of the Rod and Gun Is in iiiaiije ol( 'llatntenl&"'" r'w; Views On Youth ActivitiesA

t. Club this mr is headed by Loll ,tinCla\. the uperintendenti ,.;(
Entln, veteran hi ;Ie-I manager '01 vi 10 with : ,'t' tree bat ,t..
many years on the east cm,t till> "eas'" a. Lou i ttaoperx ...--.- hotel suggestion that Senior several vorooo from a poem
III Florida He stated t t'laf r*' he it-mi des( ., is tie i arm., t A : Citizens talk to cadets of the 'fSeI or Reunion."
liked Everglades and Is l, forward to becoming one of> the She .s it* v, .'e 01 tipt.ii il" f in activities and occupations Vtoo President Thomas that a f
i ii townspeople He Is a pleasant "RI.I".i TIl"'I'IOh. Dave Adams .. in which the Seniors once room now had been provided ''I \

sincere and ku t vledgeatn j Is 'lie night rk .&",111'811'. wire unpaged, was made to thesensor for tile Seniors I in the new roc.

and under has ir,iesl a' d i|1. i ,it clerk r.t> ot ei disk n". .. '.. Itlien'i Club of Naplesat reatton buUdinn where they can
n h able bands the Rod a'1 "Xii U. en r iu'e ID Bvi i glades Won,lay's meet ing.The propos. play carte during the week.
should have a peak year. i :. welcome to all ...I I Iii' -= al was advanced by L. J. Cam. Mary FeJffhtner told the Sen.

In the dimly{ room 1 1",1" 'MAnn "., ..tl I mat, I'II.ellt. ..f the peau ,>f the CAP who spoke on tore of pIMa for the formation
Wall will guide he. 5. f' nod ad< jun Clu It is hoped tho ntanlsatloo's history and ol a elM Club by jack Homer

r to serve I'' the usual grai c i .'tI 1 \, o ate i 't note wilts a 'tlvities.Wi with OWe O'Bnon at the piano
manner. She Is assisted '"\ a tend who sin ,w*, nu ,U does Naples offer to the Senior polished" off the
Scott In the dining room .t i 15 i* t *>) ",.1 etay.WTW. )mngstera" asked Campeau week's meeting with a medley of
(:. listing the obvious but meager Old time songs.
charming and.attractive her '
as ..J
dr good friend Ann Ann redd, s '" .! ) ,IKS c1ijt t hit.. of importunities for the young.
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'J.II/ Bruce McCollum In their miM'iU "Get we.l"1 wiil s are extend # You should find Itacreeabl.and Died. grtrn irppu aie deli -
home ai Chnkoloskee. Bruce attends efl t.t i"nun munitioner A.iHiu even i"ivantageoua to tell them ,IOUO itxikctl ,th green peas,
1. 4 eighth grade at Evergladei .. ix I i ', ,K skeo. Word wlllt) ,,>u did and the lnforma. ml. the poppn, ,nti thin. ttipn
Junior High his i>e,'i r'' the" 'here> that IIPIt lon M.)ulrt serve as an addl. when you .unl them with
.16 George Wall Is the chef at the IMui| ,; 'ap'e'i from surge\ times) education for the cadets", Trenthcd snap I"''nn..
( Rod and Gun and all In the kit. or 11,, II' 1'1' it Dottor's ", he Ihled.i noting that the CAPp '
Chen are in his domain Assistant Hos, Hi I I \1I am It is hoped ogi i 1m now provides II week*
chef Is Henry Scott. The ho sill i be well et i ugh. to return ... ol msti-uitton for the cadets. PermanentSpecials
., / Paul Power designated by
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SoottJ live In. Sadie JkCoro'ta hoii P < was
starting her 18th season at the Juiiltj Wcldm In the Fort Vice Preilttent Robert Thomas

ItT club, In charge of the pantry. Myers 11"1'11",1.| where she will aa the presiding officer, to look Qu>r..',*"
Charley Kelly lithe genial bar undcrc snron" Her mall! Into rampeiu'a suggestion and a tam IK. up., mcludns
\ tender la the Cypress Lome gad many fuvml l,en wish l her the : 4 plan, tn which the Seniors could $25 wave for $ 2.50
Bar. Johnny Galvin, a local man, best-and a quick : ecovory ; am it out.
\ a also Incluatl haircut condM omr
Mrs il, .d HOI'e< Is visitIng Vice President Thomas
... 'd.aurhter. (oljilvs ;ryan, at her .NVIls' 1 Iltm1t1(> ili: \1"" still R, .', I' n t'. tl lid read In MumorUm" from Rob. shsepa..ne heir ,lyl,ng

\ home \In Htale.ih. Mrs Cry.i is mot(HI i of" SIN is the lust to"ii I 'I 11\11,1111.\i t i ,i tiling: art i-'. AdanVt latest book of WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
\ New Class In Ill and Mrs lion s will bo wit'. to a I"Iii dill!.: umlrail'i uh.. Ii iinpliM .I 'i.l i i,,i thru poems -- MS llth "Naples Al. .
III fifth An Ia
her until she is ui Il l again \ourMis Hiei'th/ I I" In,. ,"II"" tin Im ,i uiwim < i nlt>'i bum" and ,'opus were dlstrlhu. Ml' I.MIS
\ Dancing Saw prettyma Of test)) null ,mil became m('.|i.uiiaini I had to teed l m\ i 1I it rcn'ehe' ted by the author to the US present >
Square daughter of Mi, ud Mrs MM.ciiill -,II.I i and If'I h"ll1Ill'! to \\i ik In a bunk nt i' ,i tlt'part. it the nINln,. Adams read
House ,,il' nrgladoa She mtrni t i're. I\\ouldni! tote in,id< enough nmiux "
:<: \ Starts ThursdayA has l been visiting with her par. PIANO INSTRUCTION
ems and relative for a tow days
new class In square darning va< .iil"n She resides In Stein.haiLhoe Vrtlflrd Member M1NVA HMTNAllfflnn'rn
starts Thursday evening at the : Read theW ant Ads 1.( to rulli-K I'rrparilery I
Shufflers' Hall, 950 Central Ave. Piidd\ Smith's hand became In. Downtown Ptmtlo
Ly nue. Lloyd Hill will teach. All teitiH: u alr i lie. a "s pulling stone Ann Weimor Phone MI 2-3197

r who missed the class that started cral. trips, For j while, the red I

f be on In hand September at 8 p.m.are Invited to causal streaks i 1,1'running/lentil. ip much his alarm arm .tci :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::: er I f

This class, lUll says, Is prl He ha. iinpiiivtHl since a trip
marlly for those who have never to a doctor for a shot to coun. t
It' square danced, but Is open to terart the pmsun. '

+. a r anyone who wants to attend. Modern Paul Kane wa. in Everglades Coming to Napleswndnesday ;
+! western style square dancing Wednesday He is a building contract ,
will be taught Men should wear or 11. Naples and<< Is the
long.sleeved shirts, and women builder for the prup ced Ever
a F Y,4 4I .. a, t6 should wear lowJieeled shoes, glades City Villas Appreciated and thursday
Ray Castle's class still meet the correction as to the placeof II
Wednesday evenings at S p.m., abide Last week we elated he
and Is open to those who have was from Miami Bearb :
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had most of the basic move NOV. 18 19
ments. Jack Her'r. workshop li TOY PARTY . . . - -

at the same hour on Tuesdays,. Mrs. Lois Marie Evans was the
and Is for experienced dancers hostess for I toy party held at
McOrath photo For the younger dancers, from her parents' home, Copt and II II c
. 10 to 18, the Sandy Steppers meet Mrs "Dinks' Uoggess.Copeland II
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Mrs. Franklin D. Logan
Monday evenings at seven, and Avenue, last Wednesday evening
all Interested In learning should A steady. downpour of rain did not
report at that time. Hill is the cimplettly dampen the good time
Floyd Logan caller. enjoyed by Urn guests who braved I
the rain Nol ma Burns of Sweet. I

4 From NaplesAt water was the representative I
from the toy company
W eddi1 In Bonila
Clearwater The Everglades City Council
r'f regular Inf'l4hlf! I slated for today :.
Hospital Meet bus been postponed. until. Wed"... 1I I 1 tI ..
BY RAE: WEAR shaped bouquet of white pompons day evenlnr at 7(30 p.m. due fo

The Lee Memorial Methodist and roses.Bridesmaids. Joseph G. Dertolaml. adminIstrator the election II '

Church In Bonlta Springs was from Naples will represent the Naples Regret to state Joe Byrd Is I
the scene Sunday November 1, were Sheila Wallace and Shar- Community Hospital at the back in the hospital Ho reatdas : PORTRAITS y

at 3:30 pjm. of a double ring ron Glbbs wearing Identical annual meeting of the Florida In Chokolokkee He recently had ."Y ". .
his and It
ballerina surgery nn eye, was
performed by the resident light green gowns
which will
ceremony Hospital Association I '
not healing properly, so bo returned
skins
Carroll Sta length bell shaped ,matching
pastor Rev. be held at the Jack Tar Hotel to the hospital for fur. 1
pIes which united In marriageMiss accessories with oldfash- In Clearwater today (Nov. 4)), ther treatment .

Naomi Floyd daughter of loned nosegays. Thursday and Friday. Scheduled P. L,, Causey, front Miami, I
Mr. and Mrs. WJE. Floyd of The bridesmaid was niece of to attend on behalf of the newly oleoied president of the 1

Bonlta Springs and FranklinD. the bride. Miss Deborah Kay Hospital Auxiliary are Mrs. Airboat Association was In 1 c I r.

Logan of Naples the son of Floyd who wore a light pink E.P. Everhard Mrs Michael Ochopeo last week He will meet

JJ3. Logan of Valdosta Ga., sheath,with white accessories Chance and Mrs. Emolee Dar with Vice-President Raymond
and the late Mrs. Logan. The best man was James ren. Woolen, Director Richard Woolen

The altar was bedecked with Watts, brother-in-law of the Meetings of medical record and members of the association

potted palms and mums; the bride from Fort Myers. librarians, pharmacist and from Collier County
Ushers were Tommy Floyd Of Interest to the patrons of
church organist Mrs. LesterB. nurse anesthetists are also being *
the office who have family
NevUle provided the traditional Preston Floyd and Sherwin post
held In Clearwater In con. 1
or friends In service oversea, 1
the nowe
and Kleshauer r girl Miss
processional re with the assembly
junction general Mrs Sidney Smith,pcwtmaeter
cejslonal marches and ser Lee Ann White and Master of Everglades post office, staled
ved as accompanist for Mrs. Richard Quinn was the bearerof that mall for overseas should be

Gertrude Gryphan from Naples the rings milled Immediately to insured
who sang "I Love YouTruly" The bride's mother wore a Cypress OES: livery for Christmas. Deadline
MM Never Walk fall print of silk nylon and orIon for greeting; cards and parcels
Alone" and the "Lord's Pray elbow length sleeves full Meets ThursdayCypress Is November 10th l .Christmas par

er". pleated skin gun metal accessories cols sent air mall from Decent 1 a
Chapter No. 9tt. ber 1st to December lOb should
and rosebud .
Given In marriage by her cors.ge.RECE .
Order of Eastern Star, will reach most points oversees In 1 w
brother William Floyd the hold Its regular meeting on time for delivery for Christmas 1
bride wore a floor-length gownof PTtON Use addreoeee's code
at 8 In Masonic the tip on
Thursday p.m.
Chamllly lace over satin; A reception followed In Fellowship the North Tamlaml the return address Zip Code for 1 I
on
a bell-shaped skin In tiers Hall of the church Trail Hall Genrud Gryphan. worthy Everglades 33tH.Kiwanis U
IN FOOD
of lace and sequins; chapel- with the bride's parents as all members
matron urges
length train long sleeves end- hosts. to attend.
Ing In cala Illy points over A white linen cloth coveredthe 1 .,
the hands. She wore a fin- refreshment table which Gross 1

cert Ip, silk Illusion veil which held a crystal service atone Delaware Women

fell from a crown of seed pearls end, and a three tiered wedding From Auction
and lace and carried a white cake topped with bride and Over 90 Years

satin Bible topped with rose groom at the other. Appointments Vote For Demos 1I
Nearly $2,000
buds and centered with a white of greenery and mums I
orchid from which fell white WILMINGTON Del. (AP) -
were at vantage points as weU I KlwanlaM .last
mooting night
satin ribbons ending In lovers as Intermingled on the refreshment Among Delaware voters today at Baroni' heard from 1
knot s. table. will be two Wilmington women reports 1 Y r
eornmtreet active v
The matron of honor was her -ICed" and 99 during
the cake were the
Cutting weekend ana'meet 1
Swamp Buggy
Florence E CrumUsn, Wand
sister. Mrs.Martha Nell Watts d
WarfletdMadde-
Misses Susan old "I've '- reached -
9 months says, greet receipts
who wore s peach colored nylon and Susan Curran.
Curran
lyn never missed a presidential near me 12,000 mark. 1I
over satin a white headpiece Assisting In hospitalities election and I've always voted Tilts pleaded the tale of

and white accessories, a fan were Mesdames R.A. Lawhon Democratic W>y, my grand peanut brittle on October 24, 1 L1I

jr. Mack Alvrus. Ted Samson daddy voted. Democratic with a the Kiwanis auction on Sunday / ,

UNICEF Campaign Ellen Henzog. Ellen and Peggy quill henEmily and eke barbecue toad at I )
Julnn. Washlajt, M, says, the i l
racoa. BUls will be paid
"I'm Just a little old woe. a*.
Termed Success The bride's book was attend Politic is mee's "business." and Swamp BelaY Days. Inc.. ADMISSION FREE!

ed by Miss Cathy Cnrran. But, she adds 'rm getag to will receive 5 Mire, bw Kl- .
"Friday's successful cot.ection For a wedding trip to Key vote Democrat. wets Prooide Breast Watsoranmynce ISu J
( of Halloween 'treats' of West the bride changed: to a a "ddy sum" will 1 j

coins for UMCtf, the United baby blue suit with matching be tvailatto (or*o club's eomrmrjlr 1 I
Nations Children's Fund, will
accessories and wore the orchid sorvtoo mA. ..,.' and.lr1I' )
have .reaching results in many Gospel Haptistg
her bridal bouquet. .....
parts of the world" Mrs. Ralph from .
Davis, acting en*''man of the The couple will be at home In Conduct Special Wave), to xamlng op report f

local program, a*.j today. Naples after November 6th. *. proUod UweaiSM in
";;::very penny contributed by otg-d-town guests were Mr Studies CourseA their ooliootiwi eon sa AOfundraws Tahitian Cove Auditorium
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our generous fellow citizens will and Mrs. Tom Floyd. Coco pe ial kadW1 cowse *1H tvostt, Md. ox-
fin a bunTv child five tips at '1JI. Mr. and Mrs. pressed "sweets 1
Beach. | be MNctd ( mU, or provide the vaccine to Jim Stanley and family from at the &M get od of IM tofl to die ektMM. of .. oonrnwi- tit oe's'ltten' le le, >"ni| how 'e p,.".,ee
protect a youngster from tea Tit JA Logan Valdosta Baptist Ctorch XtttH< Road ... eeGfC redia." sponsored by-
she said b'u Uedt iho.. ote
berculosls "B u ** ..**wlcol gevrwo* ,
I.
Ga. Mr. and Mrs.James want aM Route 41, a mite east ofStouiay's tladum was >rmoilj -
still too earl to collected know exactly and Lisa from fort MyersiMr. the CoertMt .. MueMdM a member by ..t.f Ike *e..io"* wall sieve ... ee.
bow UUCB was butwhatever
amount,kt will and Mrs. Nil Floyd and Debby tot* W911be"ModernRelsglew U. Go*. Carl Nolbro'*. \n '111 SUNSHINE fOODWAY
the mean Beliefs Compare wishYW.4a.eeal M.toMy to win k..dseene e4 "" FLORIDA POWER LIGHT CO
help and tape tar sick aM him.gr from Fort M wren' Mrs. Carrie jcrfUw aid Harry Mli let MOMvoiod
> children In many parts of the Stanley Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Irtnwi" CfcrUttaa Doc. momtcrslilp Ir the ch*> 'riiei ABSOLUTELY FREE' COLLIER COUNTY DAILY NEWS:

world" Walter Brehm Mr. and Mrs. M Tninf Wortfctp win P* hot ar a s tton of the thud ofo Plea NOW f. etteoo eetk, .e.n.*. .<

Mrs Dam.xpresae4tkanka to Bruce Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. M il awV .. C Stream ( :lowing the ,....- C.NteCe.aty'e ftftl Coetl. 'clt.... * *
Collier County Vows sot tile '
the Tom Logan.1oC,..Virginia Taylor la .w9ig.

publicity given the program, aswell Mrs. HA King Mrs. La- '. to mar took*. never (.* An Neumann eau' chosen.. KtMSbW which will, be coee'vcieo' ey $."'ce ".,.. Watch This Newspaper

and to as Borders to radio, Harts station and Whoa teal.lest ., call Or, Mrs. Mart Cole ft. r .! poultry .tufin. spend of thecvonliv.montert r.;. .,CW> '...*,,,.... .f Flense. Po.e' 1 LihiJSi For Further Information 'Jnf
and Dd7 Mrs. Miry Davis dui ",..hR, and daI, ne TIf'1my raeesano
dairies who coMrttx. *! theStu Mrs. Martha Repass.M rs.Har- *, .v.J." ... .. iii and Wed.. IUr'Uf "'! Cut ,'t ar-M ed ear ire eol. .' '. PlqTRAtTS IN f (111'(
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: M1w FYNo '" BY RAY CROMLEY

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3. 1964 c70 7lJ 7"h' RYave ... 1Ja Washington Correspondent

** ** ** * * * * * * yore J uS' .. Newspaper Enterprise AssnVASIIINGTON .

.. ClE; ,N fFR 00I \ (NEA)
You Still Have TimeIf GOI' ME
/ A rough preliminary analysis of Lee Harvey Oswald's life
; by government experts has turned up some clues on what
you Have not yet voted you still todays voting. Many Collier Countitns kind of men may attempt to aaaansinate a president

have time. are convinced that if "their" candidate The aim is to spot these men so presidents can be protected

The polls do not close until 7 p.m., does not win the country will go to the It from however.them. take 15 to 20 years or more of detailed \

and those standing in line et that time dogs in a matter of days This is not true \ j search may to check out these hypotheses and outline the I

are always accommodated by poll officials of course The United States has lurvlved characteristics of possible presidential assassins with some

some very inept presidents without reasonable There is measure some indication of confidence that a major present system,

It appears that Collier Countlans will undue harm. The same holds true of 'm7 : 1I4 which relies heavily on investigating those who write crank

turn out In near record numbers today governors, too. But In this case all can letters threatening the president. may be the wrong ap
who crank threat.
that people write or
proach Some suspect
despite the fact that only three contestedraces didates are of acceptable calibre. ening letters to the president are not likely to carry out their

are carried on most local ballots. It is a 'lead pipe cinch that either the threats They' probably git it out of their systems" by writ.

Voters were standing In line at two and Republicans or Democrats will be wearing 1 a" I11'J ing a letter.

possibly when long faces before this night Is over. : xIe
more, polling places they \\ II.\T TIIEN are the possible clues?
opened for business at 7 a.m. This Is Both parties have spared no effort in behalf The potential assassin. these experts say, Is a tormented

fairly unusual In Itself. of their nominees. It is only normal man with what some psychiatrists I I call "unusual"* or
his life has history of acting
strange ideas who during on
Thanks to the County Commission, that supporters of the losing candidates those Ideas.

Collier Countlans will get voting results will be plunged to the depths of despair !Many people in mental hospitals, for example, have "unusual .
after few it becomes or "strange" ideas But most talk or write, never do
than Fortunately a days
quicker usual tonight Voting machines
anything to carry out their beliefs. The potentially dangerousmen
have been Installed In Immokalee, obvious that the world isn't coming to an fall In the "action" group But what are the "actions ofa

where heavy voting on paper ballots end and things look much brighter. potential assassin (other than killing) which are a 'tip off'

We believe that both President John ti future violence
often In the past resulted In tedious and

slow manual counting until around midnight son and Senator Goldwater are good S e T\kE OSH',VI.D at an example

With voting machines now In use men, although some farfetched campaign / lie felt persecuted and took up Marxist communism. But
Just read and talk lie studied Russian went to
IK didn't
accusations would lead the gullible to
within
there, results will be known a
r the Soviet Union renounced the U.S. and attempted to
few minutes after the polls close at 7 believe that one is a crook and the othera achieve Soviet citizenship.

p.m. It Is to be hoped that in the not trigger-happy moron. This unfortunate Then he rejected the Soviet Union. Again he didn't just
will lead talk lie came back to the U.S. even though he would face
situation to cast
too distant future every precinct in the many people serious difficulties here.

county can be equipped with voting machines votes based on fear rather than on common 7lfait't'/l ? He didn't just think about deserting to Cuba. He went to

They make voting and counting sense. Mexico and attempted to arrange passage

easier and more convenient for all con However the election turns out, the y .'.-.-- THERE AR.IAS: \' TORTURED PEOPLE known to police

cerned. losing candidates will, as everyone -- and other agencies. The problem Is first to separate the

We do not believe that we are alonein should, pledge support and cooperationto The TheWorld "doers" from the others. But even that isn't enough Thereare
Best of BoyleBY many"doers" who don't assassinate presidents.
the winners And believe it not
regretting that some state end national or The potential assassin seems to be a man with a need for

campaigns have reached new the United States isn't going to hell in a HAL BOYLENEW TodayBy self.aggrandizement a man who believes he must exalt

heights In mud.slinging, This type of bucket no matter which party's candidates JAMES MARLOWE himself. That Is. he thinks he i a real big national or world
leader who should have a place in history if society would
campaign appeals to the emotions of win today. ing choice foods and rare wines. A..o"Ol.1I Pro, Newt Analyst his worth. Assassination
YORK (AP) Thingsa only recognize may be a way to
voters rather than their reason It has But if you haven't already voted, you columnist might never know Ity Insurance threatens companies the longevity say obes.of 10 WASHINGTON (AP) Now, gain fame This aggrandizement should show up

determined many persons to vote still have time to get the polls before It he didn't open tilt mails per cent of men between 20 and with the talking done and the throughout his history.
The safest day for driving a candidates homo after logging What type of man the potential assassin will pick as his
'against" rather than "for" someone The they close 1 One In five 30 years old, 20 per cent of thosein whom what
car Tuesday. enough miles to reach three- target depends on or group the tortured man
element of fear will play a big part in Vote As You Please-But Please Vote American killed or hurt In a the their 40 30s 69 and a third of thosein quarters of the way to the thinks has wronged him If he s a Marxist, anarchist or

traffic accident la a victim of Folklore group.According to a Chinese moon, a familiar, haunting Hitlerite he may pick any handy important political figure
Saturday driving The second question remains, more vivid as his target Some of the experts suggest\ President Kennedy
belief a child who teethes
. Another Successful Swamp Buggy DaysThe most dangerous day U Sunday. early will to eat his than ever. just happened to be the prominent man who was at a
grow up
Science has found that a hum. Some of the candidates them. convenient for Oswald to act Pllcr.
parents, but if he gets his teeth .
mlngblrd beats Its wings only selves ---- ----- -
past weekend saw Naples enjoy we feel certain the current ones will betaken about 83 times a second while late he will support them In their raised It as the 1964 race .
dragged toward a close Is the
another successful Swamp Buggy Days care of in due time. After all, feeding, but up to 200 times a old that age one. The isn't Chinese mature also until believe 40 brutal length of the American

celebration. The unusual event (no other Rome wasn't built In a day second while courting. and shouldn't speak his mind in, presidential campaign neces. TODAY IN WASHINGTONBY
Ever hear
of the
community has been able to successfully This newspaper hat often suggested ? It goes like this spinster'sprayer "Dear the presence of the wise before sary There? seems no intelligent

duplicate it) continues to grow In popularity that Swamp Buggy Days might possiblybe Lord, pleas answer my prayer that time.Quirkiest. Farmers are almost reason for the length of it, But, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
much the of It'. not for me, but for another. as In the past, almost
to surprise come Implemented by a fast growing and twice as likely to get arthritisas certainly
Please end a ton InJaw- o my nothing will be done to shorten -
The group responsible for planningand popular sport air boat races. It would mother." city dwellers. Germans and It Yet, a much shorter cam. WASHINGTON (AP) A ou* World War n Doollttl raid

presenting the parade, races and require very little additional manpowerto U you've got a secret, don'ttell Irish are the world's greatest palgn would be physical bless State Department spokesman on Japan, hIS been selected to
eaters. Indians along the
potato denied that the United
other events Included in the celebration, handle such races (possibly on Naples Uncle it to tarn the r.deraicovernment.already has enough Amazon River can catch fish log kindness to the to the candidates voters and a States Monday and the Soviet Union help Gemini iron and out Apollo problems space In pro.the

are to be congratulated end commendedfor Bay in the morning) and there Is little of his own to keep. HI* agencies with their bands Americans are The British election campaign have agreed to negotiationsover grams and to work on plans for

their fine work. doubt that such an event would draw ire reported to have on file some books now buying a day.It a. million paperback last three weeks. The American the Soviet Union' refusalto advanced manned mission In

There are, of course, problems connected several' hundred additional visitors to three document billion secret or restricted was Robert Frost who ob. spreads over months.Sure keeping pay assessments United Nations peace space.The National Aeronautic and
ly all the candidates have to
with the event one of whichIs Naples, for air boat racing Is becoming A third of all families in the served, "Happiness makes in up In" could be said in a month or less say But press officer Robert J. Me. Space Administration said
what It lacks length.
1 adequate parking facilities at the races a popular sport In Florida U.to.Z4 age bracket buy a car height That was particularly true this Closkey said the United States Jones would take office Dec. IS
every but tour 1* willing to listen to any as a deputy associate admlnls.
year out of five
We have no Idea how these problems Again, congratulations to the Swamp are used cars year.The views and position of suggestions the Soviets may trator for manned space flight

can best be solved, but the sponsors have Buggy Days sponsors. They did a grand Quotable notable| "Life was President Johnson and Sen. have on the matter H* I* now deputy chief of staff

overcome many obstacles In the past and {fob as susual' meant to be lived, and curiosity .. Barry Goldwjter were so well U.S a fight official In the United are preparingfor Nation for systems, of the Air Force
must be kept alive. One must known before the campaign System Command at Andrew
never, for whatever r.alOn. turn began that all their speachmik over whether the Soviet Union Air Force Base,Md.
his back on life" should be denied it* vote In the
Eleanor ing added nothing basically
General Assembly under a pro.
Roosevelt.
NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass new.
vision In the U.N. Charter
others; I (AP) Rep Joseph W Martin More than ever in these day
,say OTHER PUBLICATIONS The only person our astronautsmay which say countries more than
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM Jr expects to celebrate two of television a candidate doesn'thave
meet when land two behind in paying
they on vents today his 80th birth. to dart Into every nook and year QUICK QUIZ
the moon be earth's first obligation should lose their
may day and election to his Slat con. cranny of America to "meet the
murderer. An Italian 1 d assembly votes.WASHINGTON.
e C. n Mcutlv term In the VS House folks" He can stale his cast
holds that the biblical character AP The
( )
of Representatives close up on the television screenin Q-Which three small
Cain, a* punishment for killing Federal Aviation Agency has
Martin, once speaker of the practically every living room. European countries have hertditary '
eme his brother Abel, was doomed to House and five times the chairman It doesn't make sense but the signed an agreement for in. rulers, but their
& wander friendless forever creased in air cafe.
the cooperation
? on
of Republican national best explanation why nothing titles ore not king or queen*
effort with the slx-natlon
h e' Ion moon. conventions, was confident of will be done Is that the ty A Monaco, Luxembourgand
Of some 179,000 taxi drivers has European Organization for the
retaining his seat He's beatenhis alretched-oid campaign Liechtenstein.
and professional chauffeurs Safety of Air Navigation
Democratic opponent, Ed. become an American tradition
more than .,SOO are women. ward F. Doolan, In which four EUROCONTROL has head.
seven other every years now Q-Was there really a
Can name a U.S. First quarters at Brussels and
you con. "
elections requires bands, boos, cheers, year without a summer?
Lady who wasn't born on this SEATTLE Wash AP slats of representatives from the
(
) processions, speeches in col. The
A-Literally
continent? She was Mrs, John United no. year
British humorist Malcolm Mug. Kingdom, Franc, West
Iseums and on street corners, 1816
known
was popularly a<
Quincy Adams, wife of the sixth gerldge says elections in the and assorted brands of corn Germany, Belgium the Nether the
year without a summer'
American Her birth. lands
president and
United Stales and Britain have Yet, the presidential cam. Luxembourg
because of frosts and In
r was London Feb IS, WASHINGTON snow
place evolved Into (AP) Air
> bEt personality con. palgn as we know it Is new in
month of the in
1771. A hostess she improvedthe Fore every year
*
g tests between Identical candl. this century, getting its start In Brig Gen David M. the
te Whit House table by serv. Jones northern states
X.T dates a mild way with Presidents a participant In the fam.
> Theodore Roosevelt and Wood. e.e..e.e.e.ee.e.e..eee. . .
:' '. "
.
i. : :
; .' { ;: row Wilson and working up to
WASHINGTON DERlYunehor Jets, autos, whlstle-Mops and Chance Remarks

( / Cenhol Pr.i. amplifier ..ee.ee..e . . . .
M'I's I'I i NAS R P TUDAACTU'ATC Abraham Lincoln, for in.
onus stance, not only didn't cam. A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSAn

At HOSSI p R L S R CIM'1i' y iS palm for the presidency in I860
Breach :M lie for re-election In 1864 he
E rnrK A T or + Eaat Naples friend it
4 Garden tool 29 ShunT thought it Improper to vote for says
C.1ItObarrlltd flllr' L Cfie A Y SxCC ADD himself He had to be persuadedto isn't seemly to refer to ouraolf asa

tons sl, leak e R C R S E R oll vote at least for his fellow yokel He says we aren't one and
.4ueag.re H I'r 'uwunn I N C C L S [ M A'oil Republicans: ,
we that
1 U EdibUhingut 16.2Ditulh. A eft IDit A R A L Between them Johnson and grateful he thinks ao It
36 II-'e' his could be that we've been all
A p ry' A P C R n vice-presidential running wrong
14 (Muiidnptrmictd hunt s TiC A D Y Y A G V E mate, Sen Hubert H. Hum. these years
jj t I IwA IAr I
-t parey, in this year's campaign
U erul.. II Naianbuo' to [ A S C_ L C GiA n T traveled about 90,000 miles and + Take a drive down the improved

16 h-rlc. 11 I 11.1, t D v C SAT R C S made about 250 speeches part of Third Street. Makes you feel

Lamb 41'I airMrn Coldwater and his vlce-presl. like the old
Jalopy isn't
SOLUTION Or YISTISDAY'S PU22leIT as near felling -
LIVELY PURSUIT II..UacuC H 1I."dirI" i dental partner, Rep William E
Fico .... Docks Mora, H... \umber Fr l: Hoar, b11.. ,1.co Miller had a mileage over 100,. apart as you thought. Man it'l

;10 'The 1.1,,"' U Il,'ruwg pupl.r i rrnrll.II 000 with around 350 speeches, smoothiJohn

; ;'b..fII IIWre j l.uurl"I omit All four endlessly repeated + Wathen found
n: f...... U Sup 4 Pu..m.nr I ware themselves a Chevrolet
'd'/2 :I. Sm.1 )4.IW\ Ph"u..n huuln Monday Humphrey spoke 01 hub cap in front of the office the

ma 24; Run |labor I Chairman: I Slede a Thank the brutality of the campaign other day. We've been expecting the

.IIIW mete apaches 10 Nehdrea 4* it* physical effect on the owner to cell for it. So far -
U Saul.1I candidates and won. no.

fMIMMeIALi I J ,,4 5 r I I .a la Bomanrulees dered whether U cmildnt be + In case you're interested, the
Ai 'U 7
shortened
:: additions to the Naples Yacht
Club
/I.l Last week Coldwater thought
/';' I'J It'klla""" ul
/,I ..-.II...I out loud it ntlgM be a food Idea Beach Club Hotel and Port Royal Beach

J1 GieendedJs if "we could Chang this crazy Club are progressing nicely. But
you
Spurt nap system 1st this country wherebywe had best not plan anything at of
5 as hue to campaign form any
0 Splreuaito
.n'* and monta." then in the next few days
11 / l. ,a tI'rp'Q.vu.a" H* said "How nice it would
+ Solland
i Halley'a
\ 11 Handle be U w. could run a campaign new building
J V / "/, / lJ // I"" J. IIOflrm like they do la England and get on Fifth hvenue as well as the new
r 1 : Y it over with but I w* are
guess
to Emrnnn Belephone
2.f 1. J 1 II /' Tuilding, are going to add
/ / / l l Lo.r"n not gciig to be able to do It." class to the main drag.
.$ / JI" petrs Humphrey mentioned the
,/ "Pe.eee possibility that the nominating
) JT as ......... c* could be held to The many friends of Krs. George

/ U a..,,,,. September Instead of July B. Davia a longtime East Naples res-
J' JI 4" wfcM' the Republicans met, er
LW1'HEY A" 56 Deelre ident can write her at Walker MeMor-
when
U \ GUlrwa4J August the Democrat
41 pun got together ial Hospital Avon Park, Pla.Wontt .
i September ronnUon would
.0 Damp a..d *
it be fine
r 44 'J to this
give tile candidates n<1 mir* get
YOUI H10r TOGGED DOWN? hll. than tour t,,' au weeks ofspeechmaking 'lad-burned election over
Ally, MM/kir C.mmecr.f 4p Huq.rrord, hNs1 ,l PwAtiwN. Pr 'me .12Nt.. AI _.r..w DancbIIak1:1 vth: and done



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Club_ ? Jail Terms For
-'-- -

1 Two DefendantsIn


i Naples Bridge Players -- Circuit Court EGI ER'S BY HAZEL ABRAHAMSON i ,


I In ircult Court 1 let Peak,

two mil, Jury t trials wets "ield, ORNER
Count Their Blessings and two defendants In ilmtnal
raven received jail terms e..e..e..aaaee ee

The jar returned nut-gullty

BY CJ. MeMURRY 138.13rd. Mrs. F. Albin- "9 ii t m the auto.negligence

The Napl. _loa_ Bridge: Mrs. Edith -Mmstrongl314th, iiii .m' suit bOw it Donohue

Club had eaoM to celebrate the Louis Irlons 136-1/2, 5th. n, i -I t Joseph Garland Robert PINE LAMES MlUng Brooks Mixed League
:SM 1'.lv.d.l of
when die .Urge* arteaiUnce of( the Harry Por.nll6: ; 6th, Mr. cal an II!','Umately000" lodgment in his mitt The Thursday night howl- M they WOO an four,>oInt from

the fall saw 80-1/2 tables play and Mrs. S.C.Adderly 122.1/:, a "I .t i Immokale Lumber, Co., en at' l'Ins Unas found the dill Caxambaa Cats: Pumpkin ,

In two >e tiaM. Vie Pennywi Easr-West Ear! Ogden -Gene I'' 'autt routs lerks office lull to their I liking U the Bay managed t,' >laY in first

directed the White Section with Moore Jr. had the amazing ,r (u'," Trail I ,wiera calm up with place by three pollen, when they

10-1/2 tfiote, whkh played 27 score of 159 points with .'136 r 1 "IM i ''I> ud.ne Jehue Cannon. t urged( 15-30"' cries, and tWt.. 0 won over Slipper creek, 3-1.

boards, for an averaje of 121- percentage! 2nd Mrs. Joyce 3'I w't i iKtravated: .i $ iultwa, *.n. aerie Then were n, Barnes Howard Foills lou idhu line the

1/2. Both sections used the Temey-Mra. L.McBurney 12C1; tot ,' to II months In prison of :2f>''' or !->erer tailed in this first gate and rag, up with

Mitchell movement. 3rd 1, the John Franklins 116: : b'mige Art hi* OUnn Leo league Hvchrr destruction a nice 349 gan'f. \i was ableto

White Section bIcI Mrs. W 11- 4d, the S.P. Grtnts 114-1/ r u1. Moor wa so 111'1"i HI to a comtd their ,vlnning' : IY' by do no Bat.11 fan t S51

Item Franklln-R. Mullen topping Pink SectionNorthSouth e 1rlltr.e.M, in. county. tail ,.n i xiand-I takln I"' :hire; points from set. Tarry Hen.. .on howled two

out North-South with 150- the Geo w*Smiths with a very r (XI\.'r jwrytrUlss. h*,ktledlMt Crayt i HUM sundry with wu- nice '|a.Mt ol I IRS and Ji(>.

_1/2 2nd, the Dan Burglunds reapectaole 149 points against { wr"k were either" I'llst'lI.np\' son N\ "iker rot'lnfl! a JOSgame for a .44 Jerk i. Dick Jurek

average of 108 for percentagescore ..tiled out of court. and J ',t' Stun"' iurnu\g\ in a hit t Mt ingic' awl 1 ike Kol-

of .690; 2nd, the Sam 90. I,aid*'in's 248 game ford rolled 1n(1." :.''0. Lucille
Leaders 144; 3rd, the Frank llF.AlDTE: ( ): T PNOs HIM! htin, it dill l In:steai' '. \'' ith Don Jones and t l: .*rli,s was high for theletfgw Lord's 491 wi he best tliewctnafi

CityCourt Ocea, 119) 4th, Mrs. DorothyLuelPsts winning\ l li''nt'l> 'jriovinjr ''''mju) '\titi 'MI\ Hjf.nn and all tout! vtanta \\ indinirup Grady Townsend ', ;.it n I ', ( this D,,'eyDtotrtN could the" 'Iorrhetttghl.

Mrs. J. Craig 118 \1\i I.\imp\ ( tutu nunlih! Soldier Of :Month 5 i I' al 'byte 10a

5th. the John Roedlgers: 112- : >.1'. i Ire, Gen. Teaattr e .

1/7 East-West. 1st, the Me- ORT WJ8TB. \ A. (iVUPNOArmv roll* ,M,ocr' wi"':'n>'"KS i \t
Murrys 132 2nd.Mr.. M.Mill- Gregory Peck Started Out As JFK Was Magic, Spa'tallet Four l.\ .\dM. )' of :21: ) 1..1 "M: sod! Ms I Itie d '' i II, I, 'i 18, .11,

iter Mrs. T. BOOM 126-1/2) Towaeend, son of M v. and! Lam ,u; t
Two persona were convicted JnJ, Mrs. Harold Weed Mrs. Jackie Writes It.. Elvin A. Towne. ,1, CON.AI'1ue fr ,'ea'nt.'! So 'ice.S wUuier 1'( the Irv I si'tft ol 'hr
sad Edit Road N. in Municipal Court Monday of Corwin Waite 128-1/2; 4th, the she, nth, ..wamfi tu\! .>'MI .vr I rid' ti
wm named soldier or m >
driving while Intoxicated and .tservicestation Earl LIlies 113; 5th, the J J:;, Barker In 39 World's FairNEW For MagazineNEW lot the 119th Transt,
operator was Sun niera ni. Thepieaaurewas at Fort Eusito, Va.. Ort. I 01.. ii''\,' thi *M|| Howleir, Genet; TlUma' m '1:1:Ind rii ]11'c

fined $50 for selling used errs ixir In welcoming new guests, YORK (AP) \ mid. and 1 I'gested he might be YORK (AP) .1 ?c. Nick itjurs: f'ij.lc LonirK Salmotu In tic 'a' shift", < cmTliln '

without a city license. \dnilral and Mrs. Malcolm F. die-aged gentleman walked up enilnt) a i t.t't of nostalgia to be should have known," writes \ lerk typist m t'',. tvitul-l 'I t: 'c U.K std! itain' tai 'w nil. ,'.1" m 'I l01 l-;,

Judge Harold S. Smith found ichrxsffel: and Mrs. JjC. Ad to Gregory Peck In Central back in the Itv where his ca- Mrs John F, Kennedy of her Ion' Headquarters (\Mni'sn< lion .," ...It r.lrll:6! :: 51'4'1" : I 1F I, ;'i( . 'I. i '' ,

Charles William Shaver, 40, ol dery. Also more returnees Park Zoo and commented "You reel tw'gan|: late huMund, 'that It was ask. SlWlUlUt Townsend was Mlmt.ed at i '1 I 1 -al'! -, Jack U I'-' tal-o, (list, with 1.i i i 101coti' .

1140 Eighth Street South, g elite he Frank Ottes, Dr and Mrs Ink> 10 years younger in person" "1 never have any nostalgia," Inj too much to decant that I ( Ms soldwrt *' .w.ijiie, 'her'" "H1' / . of speeding and driving while In. than you do on the screen he remarked, straight faced "A mlcht have old with him knowledge and prrtorman %. of .
crown I IMTo '
toxlcatad. lie ordered the defendant !Ito> reemsKr, the J.c. Mac- It was a remark that might little sherry now and then, per. and seen our children up duties and rnUIUo rotate31'ecialhst '. t' ,\tell! .
crow ., .a
Jona'ds' and the \ r"' n>i U the"
Myron Eloyds. .. niapies
to pay $175 flue and have sent a more vain actor Into haps Townaeml entered!
tor.ther. well wi"|"' ,'n'. < ', M| ..M j and OMI I bit ewe .
ordered his driver's license sub DINNER COMING UP a Ussy. Peck merely turned on Still, I persisted Inquiring In M tender reflection, written the Army In June IM9 .end. nun.pMtd IK.wusnOrs
210:: t I' ., 'i, '. side wen I I '," 'lam' 11,01,
crinkles '
that the
mated to state public safety on.Iclals President Pennywln amounted the grin tight about the circumstances of his for Look magazine to mark the \belie training al'i ".rt Got
for suspension of three that the annual dinner will side of Ms face and replied "I arrival in the big town as a approaiiung first anniversary d.. I, Qa. a Clean > .. I of 'I I Hfinoii'i, Carrot! Arnoii..

months to a year. be held on wednesday. December All 10 years younger than lam lean, raw-boned young man Nov. I":! of President Kennwd 'Pie tl.year.old '< diet is i il C I I' I IIer: ,Mklt, It 1''xir

Arresting officer Ed Jones said 2nd at the reach Club. All on the screen." fresh from the University of assasslnattansh begins,"It It l 11111I graduate of NupUHuh mIn: I I ii," 'K'., itch l ],VMS .
Shaver forced Jones and another Nothing much perturbs Greg California campus at Beikeley. RaJu '''. ,, -l I. week ., .
nearly a year since he has been S inoi and attend. I Ue ( m M t, V io< ( itlfwiriri Jdi K I' "fl' I
who have .
driver off the road before Jones members of the club Peck. He was happily starting il was in 1939" he reml. .
one C"'I.IIUltt, Tenn. ten; \1'1 a', rv.... auiivn(; flirS 'oliiH II I "u 'Ii.h
obtained a 70-mtle-an.hour clock played six games or more get his new movie, "Mirage," nlsced, "and I arrived In New "Now I think that I should 'H. IK 4 memtwr of Th) nu'taKipi.t ?" Irl't' 'I.'i lviii" f

ing (in a 43 cone) and halted the brass ring, which, In the which happened to be shouting York with S19S. That wouldn'tlast have known that he was magic | i' i friterMh. a Pr.wklllir.! 'I1"r..', .1""' I u, Ii.
the offending driver. parlance of us old timers, East Side, West Side and all ven I long, so I started look \M
all along, I did know it but I 'r .u: I 'b": ". ,x t... I I ,,,,I.lnhn l i I,
Helen ride. Other around the town. At the mo. tog for My only lead was
B. Crandall 59, of 1290Barblzon means free members a Job .
could m4 "
should It
with have guessed lions 1",10. '" i 'he., aajr In the ion ark .' "'II; ;I." ,,".' I I '
Two
ment he was doing a scene friend of friend who
also Corpora
found was a
was guilty not so fortunate,and guests a II should have known that It .
of operating motor vehicle while his co-star, Diane Baker besidethe big money man In Wall Street. last Ill! hh'R'i 1..IItu.; IWiI roiuo! .:w. ..I I'I '.,'I I nni. ,,''
members care to bring, much to dream
Intoxicated. She was fined $150 any will pool of California seals In "I went duwn to his office and wu anlinc too In Collier Count I 'I.t !wed, ,..n- .ft:' i Ter, i l I.y'" Ilu,1 i I
but It
will be welcome costa that I night have grown old .
and her license will be suspendedfor the zoo. presented. my letter of Inlroduc 1 n I IM I.h atI _I, lads "I toll) I ",' 1'atlni,' I
few bucks. with him and seen our children Kerch Charters
three months to a year. Traffic continued humming up (Ion. M) friend had suggestedthat I 0 '01, l 1"IIII'Jlit l :5iI '' the I Ids l ti i ,. I'' inky'

lshenwe start mentioning reminds De- and down. nearby 6th Ave. this man might have a Job grow"So up low together h.I a legend when. IAILAIIAd6EE.aa'mt'! I I a. I ,. i "ith cur ih 'i< I, and '.Id, .II I ban i I.
dates It
cemller' me
NO LICENSE Troops of first-graders marched for me at the World's Fair. he preferred to l tie a man. II State Torn Adams, t.'Ui. ,unoiimrd nit'I,. n.r hit a lien.: ; IlttaaetIo'I, ,jlu iltndflti I .
James Panlplnto, 39, of 40 that we're In the Thanksgiving twoyjwo on their visit to the II 'Yes, 1 believe I do have must believe that he does nut I the ehartprluit, II i I I. I la It found month and I can't pall this by zoo, one was heard to shout some investment at the fair he ,
Street was ,
Ninth North '
chare our suffering now, I think lav""II eorporstivon u, .1.11 i r '." VAI''I.ewe/11.1 i iKX ex ullfwo( ;r Iut, .
runty of selling used cars In without a few comments at to "Hey lookee they're shoot.In' sail, and he riffled through Ms e .
r for him -at least he will never r'"fllt r i salt 1101 'he OMl .tad)
reslrtdton.y how thankful we of the Bridge a TV show I" The seals were portfolio and came across some
utton I of toning .
> know whatever sadness .> Villa I IJ n..M.. r i uiii.In '
might rt
lured Into by do. an a., '" h' r'i ck in swi ni1 of :'I I iii! I 'd"I" hI
of sell Ing used cars without Club should be. A remark by camera range thing called meteor race. He .'I'I i '::4
havo I Ian ahead ,, Naples, flirt. On 1. rib i", ii. ,, I it, II'' ,
sty license at his Jim Sunoco one of the Fort Myers playerslast nations of fish and director sent me out there, and I got a ".... knew such a share of It In I oy Smith C..rn>ll .1' ,I MIBalch -, ? : t ..
I tlon at Central and Ninth. Friday brings this forth Edward Dmytrjk ordered the J Job as a barker. trying to Induce his III** that It always made you BulMlrtf, 1'1'1,1' 'I"* "Pur' Cogidrau'
The acquitted Panlplnto camera to roll. people Into the airto-radng I I'I "II"! \I''\ ''WI. .r' II 1 1':
Judge II. said "You know, when we 10 haw when ever you saw him :poite. i Peck's performance was let. show My salary was $15 .It'j.l'ret: ; .I I I.1 I.
on a charge of selling used cars a ; 490 nr'r11'
rlenitiir.
CAme down here four or so OHJnjrluf" hlniMtU. But now he .
In violation of coning rentrlilions. ', had two objectives ter.pertect as might have been week. will i rover know more not Palm Circle, M ,rwl\1\ WMII! I'il .<.. i 'ill.,1' i 11w! ilvSO' years ago, we expected of a pro who has been "1 did that for a month and ,, .' .11 I 1 I
l I': '""I. It 1ijg.l I Ii
age, ii 'r stagnation,, nor de. IMJ/ Alainanda. Url'! '; s. u i j
that
hi mindone
Johnnie Leroy Johnson 23. ) being nothing but a star In his two then got a K* aa a lour guide in spelt 101 rliiplliig >r Pastier. Nliatlt n oleicall i car u.d. i iv 'I'hl.' a ..''il' /. Ira I ? bt I'
It wa an place to pickup decades In film*. After the llei for 1I"
McDonald Quarters was sentenced easy Rm ef Center $40 aweek. .UI'r\e\ (i'NMxtIFI .
lose of any mot | h nl Naples Ir i 1Ir ( l li .11 S l
aftera Master Points and the second scene he came over for a chat My work was to herd .
to 90 days In jail love i. lilt high noon \K*|>( all 'I""n. old bUii >n 'f !III '.nfc. I,' : I nit I 'd'A' l -t !'lea.T C 'II'i 'I. I I ISal
45-minute trial on a charge that we weren't going to people through the buildingsand and olllt U u. I I' ''
the leanness 01 Its. morning ant\ o"i e"r l I'' ";amen Men1f I lis -t tIv'aa.klla I
of contributing to delinquent, ', 1 let some.who resented ourwln give them all kinds of facts and .he)> died then, newer never glvM) AUIII}" '''"mtu- ""' I .n,1 ; Jet. '"I"Y" HeilI \ ..I I IkLuN(1
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U askedme
of a'minor !rhlldV "' ntti"" them. ;'run (I'off. After News From and figures. someone knowwng dteulusetnment"Dian stntla at MSMiin, ui .i .''X( INItthar I
The jUdge sentenced a'Ilfalrhealer" :" Jtt fa'ff dr: ctuh rtmt permit how much the Radio City : ?, (DM Chit II,. HW .,** !. I' ,. .,.d, Jal'" JU; ah '1r '<:. sI'1
Music Hall weighed I had theanswer. r. i i u"$ll. I ord were
to 18 days In Jail on is and Fort Myers always ,' her 14 Hvataut J'f I kniltw'> ''*. 'I""'. : d
sue Records 81 To Vote "ioi, IM. i4 with credit ,
a trespassing charge, well ut.le.i H itir.
"I stayed 011 that Job for the i 'avehit 171 'I
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given for 18 days served. Tin Dor'tht artr / j '
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defendant Henry Crawford, 31 rest .umm.r. 0'". ns ill of Tails ? lllnl) I'V I r' i r of Immokalee said "the spirit' irtve i Iv :-mile<' round trip HANCERDOCKET got a position at the Neighbor SiN Just, Call/ (AP) ,Chant I I' I 1111. 'i y... l I" t I,.. 110 .10' V.I-.I.I ,r.b, ..w7:,' t. t'I. 1 .

moved him to visit an apartmentat 'for .. o entirely different rea- ,Johnny Fred Walker and LoIN hood Playhouse, where 1 studied Joseph r. Davie Si. excels to I liniul fI.oIl" Bin Ml ni. Tai",'"' l I.., u with: wawltlll I I.I I.M I. i '1' (, i"I| i is I',

2 a.m. the morning of Ortoitr! sot". The Naples Club U.wlthou Smith Walker Petition fix under Satidford Melanie I was v.ft today for the first time In I the w* ha'I co'' 'r r n n IhF: rr0 I .
15, where he Hid he went to Joibi, the mow soclaI adoption ready s method actor, though an) election -- 4 i let' I /:1hnpertatRlvct I

heal an allegedly skit man. The, I hie anti enjoyable group of people Vetted n"ldllIlIllI.ur./lrll Covs we called It the. Slanlslavskl Uitll twj: )eara age Davis mars hl_niAnard i .. t.. I I I

arresting officer said the Jiurt with whom we have tltep'ei-' Thomas. Henry Saxcm system them. lived In Waiiiingtmi, D.C i Inn >\ Un l>. iii I ea1rvy Ci: "has':.it] I'l
ment dwellers were "M-ared sure il lUylr They also mortgage foreclosure From the playhouse he start witrs rvaidmls received the that II it' not' iinu, I'r.e' ml i Hum,'r I
stiff" at thestrangei.'. intiu Um. give i I' J tough battle each Bettv Sue Vlckery vs Roy' D ed heading upward and his right to vote In I Ml. There are but tI"jr.bll'! i to .H.|tish| ,illoianlm' Illskl' I II I,/ .'lar' iei Mil Hu| i 'i"

Mattie Lou Webster 4C(;, (Fort time hi lay..and that's what Vlcker divorce direction has never changed.His m municipal or eon.rtolonalelt '' ILCIIl'rnnll'lIt I I. II "'"ii' nn>'/>' i I'," IK. and "'.,ic* -- -

Myers, was ordered to turn in w. act'' 'I' want. We play Eleanor Goddard\VlUami| local address the Waldorf :Ions .because the city Is run tad) 111,1.11.1" .i ,ii,i I..* "II I i+oj'1I I' >'."'1\1" Creek: bi, Jill "1 r' l.i triorllw'
her driver's Ik ense for X) days. ) petition for free dealer Towera. b\ r/l1cr.. 'IGTenlur
the of
bridge tor enjoyment it
She pleaded guilty October I 12 to Donna Rae Hall vs Robert 8 .
and a .>d Is certainlymore !.
jji game U O 'I
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Hall dYorl'e.JotIn
leaving the scene of an accident, ",, t
but sentence was withheld at that fun than a walkover can H. Bnesch vs Blanch ,

time She did not show In court ever be." Geraldine Boe ch divorce'. "

October 28 and forfeited $100 The wrltercanftdd something. COMMON LAW DOCKET

bond, but the forfeiture was set to this in that when we first William E. Buddy) Forsylhe
aside because she had not been joined the club about 4-1/3 vs George E. Whitener I

properly notified year ago, there was no doubt malicious prosecution YES this big beautiful bold

that tiw caliber of bridge: In
ASSAULT rather Under MARRIAGE UCBKSE 1SKUCD
Naples was puny.
Adele Thomas, IS, of 1116 of Sheldon Kay and AmwMeloui' ,
the wisr leadership
Fifth Avenue North WM fined Andy Selsky. Miami.
$50 for assault. Willie 1M Anderson for two years, and Stanley Dale Guidle/ and Kar n

Stephens, found guilty List week Vie Pennywln for the paet year, Wayne Res eon, Naples, '
of a similar charge had her the relatlonihlpa with our

sentence withheld until matter friends 'from me north has THANKS KVEH\ONF 65 Mercury i is still a
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Involving settled her In another courtis grown to he top-notch. We had

the ofwelcomtl8l1v.ral
privilege Mrs Marge Ctappell ways
Bobby Gene UcCollum 24, of of them aa members In the and means ctMlraian" of the. 811.,1.i iowlavn
3633 was fined $35 lee
Seagrape club" during the year. fchual PTO, wishes to '
apeedlng. James Earl Taylor, \j (for the quality of the local thank.: everyone Incwding Mm,
47 McDonald Quarters waseen
statistics witch 1 belle.t shine Market KwU Che and ''he
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fenced to 10 days In Jail for see pjvn : ,
sault and battery. Credit was v.jrate, show ;ha InciuJ Food Bank, for their roopeilkHi 1 medium-price car !
la making their recent "I.1 ike
given for seven days alreattserved. ,>v; 'ilt pray' lw Friday "
Sale, a blgsuciees,
realdei -
durlI1 'its year Nails;

Joseph Joey Carter, f, of n t t. ,, : ia &M ii tops Fort
CUI TIIF NF: '" FOR
Miami, was granted a two.week McrS! 1)ers 25 and oJtei
continuance in his ease .He Rl BRFK T\MM The lirnoualpa look th bolder line. the nil but
guts's btggir, i ogant Intents lay (usury ca -

was driving charged without Sunday lights,algal without with a And ,>ing sJJ, the to c'uh oar' hit cause growto foreek.'raI the price tag aaya madiurrvp-ica in a wonderful '4yl We've nevIl' oHerod 19 much that' new

valid license on the wrong side a m* barshlp sf, 155-wlilch I and aiciUrtg at such a practical price! Totally*'' angmeerlngl The finest, riding oar In ita 'field I
road.
of Pearl the Leila Richardson of nrea SIlT Illd doling membership I IJ More fine models to pick ,from Mon\ room I Loninr( w telbUtl lip new ptrforrranr* from

Naples forfeited $SO bond for with since having we to were move threatened from lw high-vigor V.B'sl l A choice of roof stylist' The f'trlttt> selection of' option 'in our hlatoryl'
shoplift. City Attorney DavMSptngler
dropped a fallure-to. Worn I's Cub boo Cainblur AU this and mere in our Mercury for '65 and we ,vita you to tee it this week!

yield charge against Henry Grady Park if a"' i3oeJ a: one imt.

Willis of Boasts S r".... Batrt And ;hx xhsr bU :Saws !U list

Brown, 29, McDonald Quarters It's pretty d. Onlt'* a-xrher

wu sentenced to five days, ere. bridge: club wltlbes! 'anedhjera.

did given for two already served, This w tooeei if CO-IK u It

for dronke essi. rwoi: tft*: Na lea U a stood! -\l;
Donald Gene Kerr of Eaet
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Naples convicted two weeks ago bridge

of carryln concealed weapon,
has appealed the verdict to Ctr _. ;:;;;:j

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s::01 lER CCl'' ) 'I'1 N.pl. ai0.r November ),, I'*4
".n b. U and K NAPLES .
LAND OEVELO 'Ml f ar 'nr l"r ." ,r 1.n I i' 'n ,, 1559 vI '. .u..r
rORPR') ION pUr rare 1 41 11ut' 00 and bZ ptut' and with" 100 fait 10'
e/o S.ymollr'" A Neale t to a ". 53' a.ros more Or rut lint between Nations' II pint 00 and 4plut 00aid. lu rv.y ,"ne end

J j.met Si.et rd Stn t bY Os,...GAIRIEI, North It UFF and FREDA f LUFF h ,ylh Mid burv.y on, loclIM 5000 d SNtlons0 follow! N'1i'0l'' tC ''"
'-4011"//0." // Now York Nopfit Flo",. .N. .rth"' ..t corm., of Ih. NE ( N 0> Sout East
suhecl In from G 1 144 foot 11 XEait 00. litenee continue Sooth. S'ii'es"
1,0000 lo said station |
FSatin., : C 'I'fjn: .ICHN Dvelopmen I C Esnmalid, Vol, 11.00000.. n'//'
+ to GIbrIN. LaH. Fnncu GImsn ." ;; 4M taM lo maid' 00.
-IIBIBJ 11 "". end c'tlpN'( OJOOl2S01 STATE ROAD SJr foil I : OUNTY teethNormlft [serer bfcsaiu0c0l112.' .
NooMln;;; h diuly 1 racordad '.pl..II.. 1. It\ ? ,+, f'ARCIL ::1'7Th. /r East till D fee 0' last
more
Contolntnt' 2111 acne
North, 2T0'e.t of Section 6 Tsweilip M late Rat JI Last
1.Ial. I. NATIONAL BANK IN
Valut 190; on) Conlmmt 2\ Oacre... man or ION owned IIv THE FIRST'

SECTIplNIB/17901 STATE ROAD SOS COLLIN" COUNTY To..lh" .. .11. ell ro.hto 0501Nt.. yr.ea I Yn M. 04,0, FT LAUDERDALE, a T/ultee

The South IM feet ol the .NIwNn the t '.10' rehalln, P''y' ,"II. fl ,Nructed. Fort Laudordala, Flor'da' w1/.
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North 100 .,
loot ol a tract dSSCr/1od/. as 11t". abo.o fp 050yOd Subject) I'D Mort5a50 ,ocAll.n Srtdy sod Mono .dy
B\glnnl' "g .1 I1.. North '. co,,,., ,f Section I. Town. ,10 Ia""h OR 'ook 111 IM
SO Sou.n $TAT[ OF I dated June I IM3 recorded ": plea
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11. ./. tA.1. li.r"V..r"ol nd "" North 'tins' of.1 'CIo"' '0, ft.b us.. Ind heMfd .to MortMgi to K ngv"ll Corporation dated June I, IN2 Rcord4 'In
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''Hf 1''INCUIT COURT F IHL I TWELFTH J L CIRCUIT'' Of ,'f,S lrAN I IYli f(t. :1O' ,HsL1"1: & w: f sad : ..ON "o.d D'PHt.1 If 'Pr"d.I OH Book IIJ. PB Mr Attigned' to Richard M Horns. Ae Truotoe

'lO"'D"' IN AND FOR "I ,"' .. COUNTY AT lAW I?, '? 'I.. .1.., vV'' I. cT'Njf,I ......Jtcllo' Ml" 'ssl. datlll July 11N One ...loped n Murt." ... Saab record ,w 0* Beak ItS P.g* UJ

TI'.TE ROAD OI "' /"TMI"r.n" 1 North I .'.w., NIh ,,,rr/v l het,, w 33 r.'To I ioVTaNplei )0, Iase 1.1 l Public Resords 01 Collh'. L iunly. FloriAa. .1".0 by EotlroNedINValCOLIIw.. III.MO 00ILCTION
Ag.rcY of tho f Plor '' ) Of 1/, ", R055n. .A F 'rare .... Mildred, L F.rra M /'. 10 Tovl"".. In 01001.7001 STATE ROAD COUNTY

rand COLLILR' QQOPSTY e po l tol In aus "mmr I <(5r55rolod end which' wsl iO0.asd lIy said 1Farr "'. Inlarporated' td PAkCL No. 111Thl
lubtlvn,0n, .f ...i* St.t. of 4 ft11/t1 n N ioU' F 0' Jllo" ,r O.rry Oro ram 1 Co b, 'H',swoop d.11II AprU.. 10 1001 sop ... of
F tOrlds 'n" sea .. LUl"l' ell ...; < ," OR INN ... Ce11ir part
Pap It'
Pabllc NO
lurl'el North gt/.0,00N.1 erdo 14 CIM..ly. Section I, and the NH of the NH (N zm H feet)) 09ssU5 I,.
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I 1 Township M South Ring! II ElltLying
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PN ,d.onOr I' '. _1ft' Itlmtd Voluo 1100
: within 100 loot of th* survey lln. of Slat RoedN. Seetlon 01001
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v1 1 ,ifili.US PP AubnlusNNe,t.11 MtSc'oPL1 (; {TAT[ ROAD 1)1 COLLIfR' COUNTY aid survey lln* d.tcribed' at followtBagln / '

ClToo on the Win Lids' of Mid Section / ot eotnf M fist South
RAIRIEL' Nap4l. IIY11e1 North "S, fOOl of ln. HI, of NW*., Soetion/ 1. Townth'P, 30
H. LUFF. .t UK .1 il, ...d ::0 foulh! R.n of th* Northa.it corner of Section. I, Township St South, fang.
s00 I. m"l or I t.** Last, thence North Ml'' 10" Last 1'47 Si feat to the beginning' a
:: fCIA WEINNMAN: 'TI"'IN" A WIINITF'N' ho, VSMh, J.ft'&sH.a1AT": OINGEL
DobndentNOTTHE ,, nmrSnn curve concave Northweatorly wittia' ..dl_ .t Ml*71 feet. thence

".rlf. A, m. M,ch.g.n North.it.rly ileng, .aid curve 1000 feat through. a """.1 angle

u_ -- Estimated Vilu: 177100PARCEIN el 4"1MI'00" to the end of told curve, thence North 44IB'IB' East

OF EMINENT' DOMAIN PRCrCEOINOLoJ PACN' :,,110001, STATE ROAD N' CIIImaCOILI.I" Iv. rptjavrrhe Ot0011001' STATE ROAD '" COLLIER COUNTY 11017S feet to the beginning, of a curve concave ....'h..C.y, with

MDANA AND *V tHE *U "ITV, 0in THe lTATI 0" '* .171 a radlua of 3I1'.7! fiat thence North.a.t.rly Hen* laid ease through
South 110 fist ol I"A North 100 feet of the W'', m N r. .,, lhv North 201 feet of lop NW''. of NW' tactlon 2, Township' 10 a central, angle of 440701 a dletanca' of 241 II feet to the end of
1 ALL WHOM NWtt BMtlon, I. Towmhlp' Siuth. > "vth '." 11 [ ,'H'II" tail 1471 It feet to the Northaa.t
IT MAY CONCERN AND to all portent boppA rust Ring. 2 last co''fmn5, ''t eomolrilfii' III *.r*.. mor* or In aid curve Nina North
'? ,n. or elaJmjng any "ght, I'tie I I'I.'oN. eat.t 1.. moHgage o/othti r earn mere or 'law o'R'M; ':fUlj"NI\U" DAMSELS OM w-, corner of aid Section 5 Containing II acres. more or Iota.
h''' 10. 'It on trtmi C.rLIn, piroilt' o' 'n"A h...,,,*..*. d.MMkid and.r "Is iia4.b .', "e.1 M/INJA T"IT{CM. BRONNKR Together with all righlt' of ngnt*, ......, light air and view
h, Ildw'fI"I Mrtnn ingthr win 51'" "how" ertont s thh iilmlng by tol 1975 AIAmaMS Drlv. between the grantor nmstnlnproperly, and any facility conttructed
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"" .. tmton. MMchuttti North Miami' FIirld.,
n' under known p.rioni who 0" 1.. I. 0' who Ore "01 known on the above detfrlbid property
o 5. or *hv t: Kit muled ,, +"I .. 11.0600.I Estimated Value: 7ISOO It owned by STATE OF FLORIDAfor :

1.y 51'0 '?F OIOfllMICourthouto STATt'ROAU' 131 COLLIER COUNTY SECTION PARCEL' Rllf 01001.1101 ST AT I ROAD Ml COLLIER COUNT AgCCpNr3001lf01TAT' ( ROAD HI COLLUR COUNTY the uae and "benefit of the


? I h";)190*:hy;ith M COU.ICR fit o< s.ellon W. Tu.iihp,' 49 bulb. Ring* 2* tilt, The'. South ISO INS olA* North IM foot ol the r ol Nl'i olicVit 'Rgn"SME!! fast *' the NE'. *' NW' ltclltn lownthip' 50 Subject State to Road: MO'I.Department... dated of May Florida II !Nand recorded I" 0 R look
COUNTY, 'tI"
end t. Out OUONr1o *" I. T.w..h'p' SI .... luuth.
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'"' lots Rant. LaSO.fIts n'n 1 t 40,!lean3$ 'C''. more .r Iros, lir Page 7M Public Racordi of Collier County, Fterldaeven by
nh : mori tIP is owned : : EIMERRN LTZ Turnpike Acres. ,In,. to '' '"".
Florid, I L.ud.da..N.p
,. s *: MRS. STELLA J. R, PETRI. .1111! Elliott Awe: y- ?.?
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"? Rol 'vnt,on* ,n I OO 'I Pap. N OW"j.I All. Qranida
IIZ: (, top Qrabterl. l u ApMm."H Oirto'I, Micfl' :'gin
VI I.w.a ranI "; L L. w h. husi.0d.. 3341 WMlny,. Bonn, Flprldi. SECTION IMOI ZJ01 STATE ROAD UCOLLIER COUNTY
A. Estimated Value,. |7|] 00
"OJ'. Han'den, (.,i,,m.el,lut,, to N'
,. Eitimalid' Value. II t NO 00 SECTIONARCELOtJP1I.{III $ PARCEL No IMThj'seT'n
TAI ROAD
II*
'vent hiwovir 'lo the Rtl hir.ln, til r I MN end $ COLLIER COUNTY .
: : ;ACTION MfjOl till TAT[ ROAD III rOt HER 0' .
't In n.Y net mNen11' .' ,r ,whlbh COUNTY
b.
under th
.. n ,h".1 I.,...,,' wh.eh., w.u, ".ra' II's' abeolut may' ol?' h.I'1 Thl ert s,; H of the North Vk (I HOI 21 feat of N 44111 feet) and
'", ,. I,, "Q". Sly ''h. O(< r I 1 "H, Hid, I Ikf 11,1'4.4'prowtrl Ih IM. INS of the North MA fat 0'' tho owl.'' 0' NE"'". TOIe NWIS ** the NI'. *' lttlo/l *. Twnthlp II loulh Ring that pail t [I1'. North '", u( It.. South H of Section I. Township M.

"I' k Ih*_ nrl.otori I Ihs! tr".nt.!\ \ lo 'r .,eoi'' "' '(Inn" $'::l.oj |' Townthip SO South, Rtng If East: c..nl. .n. r" scro )2 Sill South Kangf 31 Eel
.
:: { t"' 1M 'II awn,. : '''_. .HER BLOCK !lyn 03001 within> 300 IeN of th* ""Ohru'foo'Ht. Rotd Ul Section lying' Northerly within' 950 feat, Westerly, of Survey Stetlon I plus 20
pop Wait
ISIf LlndeH of turvey ttttlon and I lying West ol and Northerly at ana within' > 1..1'00 from ISO /feet el Station I plus 21
rll.I.d Vtlu II l DO SI LMtl Boulevard within A t trerndl/A from 16 fret .t .,.110" III plus' M to IOP toil to 100 foal ., Staion Is! ului 7S N',rlherly of and within a trantltlonfrom
"In '" 'OCH/'II srATll1i, If o u ., I'IP *' Mniourl' ;Jj/.f'WL, E* "**' 00 5500 from WO Hal et Station (74 plul 00 lo 300 'ul at St.t'on It p I.n 'S to MO Let et Station i II plut SO,
"I I rl I 11' QQLI 'J' Ettimatid 'J Jut: $},uo 00 feel at ItHIM M* plus 00 and from t001s.t at Slat o* 5os plul 00 ,
WLlNTY Northerly of and w'llun 200 IMI Irom Slat on II plus M to the Get linoly
<1.v> f,,'.,,''ulh II. 1H SO_'.shipn.1 0'' Iha outl WV R,,,. "elt'r 5W'''. ol 'SWtlWl rlrTlpM-'f ARCIL' elfil.nol STATE ROAD 131 (;IJ..L.'I"' COUNTY hula:lo ZO* fot OtComwsnel at1NdwNItatb.n: 561 plus. 00 said. r turvav, (the dicr r bed and of said' ...110" 1

.I I 'I/ "t.n rF KO/C I,. I The fill of th* North SCO feet of at th. Northint earner of Let'on I, Townih, SO South,, ,ng Southerly within 275 fait Westerly, of survey Station S plus 50 South
Ito NESS\ of
: N E .
i : 'I..RLINIqiJI.tel. Scctpnr! Townthlp SO South hart 27 fill Reno Last' "id corner being 934", thine. S trly' within toO feol from Station I plus SO to Station' I plut 00 1ltwlhl"
sa50aimn711
4101 Woidblnr. Avenui : acr.i Ii9 4034" W, l diMince of 215110 loot, In'l:: 19 1104" Wed'*' a trmitioi, from SIC loot at Station IS pas to 271 ,.

"h..", n. 0' ,*-,a Vy,MoiIPH: H. QAUTHIER t-'ci Of ISt 71 ,..1 to Mid S:.tlon 194 plus 9\1.\ thinio S .|9 19'04" peal DO Southe'ly with' ,n M toot from Station 10 pint. 00 to Sta.

rol''", .,... Valui UOIOO 100 St" Drive W i dtlanco of 1000 feet to laid It.t''on 174 plus 00 and'lb. be lion 41 pint 471 Southerly within' 700 feet from Itation 41 slut 4712to
Mgml Spr. Florid' O"mnof told lurviy line. *" the Eatt lie of lid I of the line of State Road
"S'I'N ( 2'1I 1 STr, I'' A U ngt thinci I 19 19 0 W, s dnl.net of WO I.olo. survey 'J.h.llon
n I I, 075/ COLLIfp COUNTY 'eit.m.ted Value, 12, 120 00 Port I to ",d. Utln 561 plus 00: thence S 19 I"'04" W a d.I."u, ol ONOI, laid turviy line and said' survey Stations' diterlbid

I ""' STATE ROAD HI SOO feet lo Mid btaboes0 plu* 00; theta I I* 19vV. W lo the located at followtBigln
:,: : : : :':; f sfrryFN', ; ::IODi COLLIER COUNTY No.ho.st boner of lid S.efion k eont.Minglll lri| ware 0r on the West line of sold taction I at a point SO feet South

Tie North 10 feet of the South 100 feet of th* WH of WH of I LYtI' I of the Northvatl cornir ol' Section I Township SO South Rants 1
.,,,, ltorfteii.' "" SW14 *l IWH I'CIon, I). Township,, 41 South Rang 27 Eait '0"vUc' own 141,19 by Whltcomb ANQEIO JORDAN Last thence North 1 24'in' Gel MO foil to said Station I plus ,

:In ., u.l on-. OR l n P.g. .4 to th* Or.nlon l INeInI more or leitI Delrnit. Av.nul thence continue 1'10' Enl 70 fist to said Station I olul 20.
I ,,II. M (I.ewn and W'II.'. t"L-. her husband. EDIT Whitniy owner) \ : R STEELE and EVELYN J. STEELE hi* woe Meh'.n' thence continui North ZtO' East 50 fut to ta d Station. II plus,

nra..."', Hnmdon, Co <""" v f,, 10 w. .RAYMOND D. CREADY end MILDRED M, CREADY. his' woo, E.timitid V.lui. II,34! 00 00,, thence continue North 1"2"1" Eel 71 feet to said' Station 1

'.o5; ..:. rowiver lo thu Rele, l n.r.'.. all rl hl and 20SO Kiyitont. Bouleverd "1 11IN 0-MI J50I STATI ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY plus 71 thence continue 2t'10" Last 7212 fiat to the b.ennina
.n .ind all minirilt, dd:t'I.I. tl sad1r MimUjriorliti' JT179Thlt
ro, d.srrtbed which the of curve concave Northwaiterly with" e red ut of 3111 72
,land *h'ch wllf/ '.m.", top 'b.oirp"U,, Eltlmited Dirt of::
}I 01 Vilul' 110000 feet thence alone said curve 202II throue.hcintral a
II .ii.* nn Bt Ih,: ucnptanr..0' II" .l..d Ihi 'cTioN' / il II. NI'. of Ihs NEH' ot lact,nn I. Townih 10 South NO"h'.I" 0
Ref...,. ..,... oaoqi 2soi STATE ROAD S3i COLLIER COUNTY I d'i I 'p Rang 12ivng angle 01'5" to Hid Station II plus SO. thence cant nue
.III R"Irnvnrn ,II p"K_r:',ghl' "? ",uun lit, abe. a "Mld r,ght PASEillmauJ C CL ititi alone curve 10 feet through t central' angle of

I ,) vl\ VTr'' |" oIw?'" M '..' ?' the South 100 feat of I". e It ol WH ol OJOOI ', (d run Watt 208 el n.f,,.the lurv.y Imo *;f Sill Road 131, Section' 5'16'00"Nurthiatterly to tald' tlntlnn 20 plus 00 thence continue Northeasterly
--
IE'4: 'q' IWH\ Section )). Slal j on Ns plut M and lying, within s
ViTu*': II Ofln Ulnlpg. 1acrot more or Townthlp too. 41 South Rang tt Ent: con trsn'IN I "um ;200 lie at ta,H Statron 194 plus oo (o' 100 ,..1 at along aaid. curve 244712 fut through a cintral tn"l. of I*"4102 to

?"/ ''Ofil t!,nI I iTAlE rt 'is' 41( COLLIER/ COUNTY f It o by: FREDERICK SCOTT tnd MARIAN Station: rte plyi on end IVlng wIh'n' n Irani on the end of said, curve at ltd tttt on 41 r'lut I 1. thence North.
'A. ,' .1110 : ;, I SCOTT hit wlf* Slitlon S7I/ plus DO |to 1, Teat at Station, M* plui "OOIO"J'I:1! 41'10' Exit 2101 71 fast to the h.I."ln of a concave South'eatterly

I ISO Let of thi louih' '00 Spat W'i Stulm V Npi. IjmLYPtorlda' within, i iranilt.on/ from 100 0551, II Slit'on 541 plus 00 to 200 tiltlow with a radius of 311172 feet thence Nnrth.e.tertv along

h, n :r..pN1'0 Ran.. II Earf Ci.nla,,, ng :\\O'::, .Tmgf; or"I".iI Estimated Vilui, : UOOMI .1 'tol..n, Me I ph* 00; said purvey tins dneribad aid' .,,at.d al folrommnnci Hid, curve 2"4I I feet through a central engle of "'01'01" to the
ANf( end of aid' c",,, on Ih. North line of Section I Township 10 South

I pal ">l thr r" '\ ..I f..f I I f"p' !M Boilh Win* ', "3N I 030111 ?!01 STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY it th. Norths.,.. ,r-".." "l ...100.. I T, *...h'O SO South Range II Eakt at a point 1471 II feet Will of the Northeast corner
I I..u'h.' NiMh iO.1.. r>/1 rlangr 17 Eott Mid eir irr Station' 111 plus, 914; thane S Ih..o"

A .'nn, n In..n/,'I tiao "rpm rep fi.i (. "rv.y lltllon II ,'uluj, NI t" Rllh 'Va'l: of: N 4144 Wad ttanee ol 3110.150 1 f.tl th.nc* S II II04' W, a containing' l.t .c... more or let. tuclutlve of County Canal

,', f?, .I in: / Mat':o 115. r" j l. ;I the turveyM'n.T o" Ir Th'Vi') :* U of IWI4 of SEH 11 Townthlp l| tP, dltl,.nc* ol 1(01.71 fret to .. of Station 5H Pius 00 and 'Ike beginning' Ri.ht' o. Wou
s, ,ir"l, !550 i rand abed. turvty O""tll ,n ,,.* I, flit the South SO i."cloo" iJTiln of nj".I"I"; rv.y "lln.: th enoa runuo' S II 114 '" W .'dittinc. ol It owned bv FEDERAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE COMPANY
,. ". ""N'. .Ins' ..- a Ir.n.lt.on' from 100 Itet it Sunny Station" rflplut said Staten .I1 ,this 00, 1 cowmen S 5'1301" W. Route Nn I Son 100 .
.
''. K' "I: i .W I li ol iild d 5 0.30:. I 1y{ 10 I lurwytellon 171 plus S4 79 of th* Sorry (I... n itnnco. of SM top le laid f Slates 5|| plus' 00. th.nc continue Flcrida'
"M ft .,v .1.1.:,," tf d JI ill; ih.ii. North 11 tWO'I', i*>l o c>od1.3I. l.cllon 03001 said' lurviy Lln* pod sold SlatToni 4 119 .OY;, a d'tline' of 10* fist to sold Sltion' S60 plu* 00and N.pl. __ .u u
'? I I ,'rt tou,.., M ..71" l II! pll s1 ., 1N. 0.Ihh.N d., ;1.1d' ; sod 10UI.d N follow: the end ;of said survey In. II,anei "tontinu. 1 H4MI04f W to uum. ... V Ou.' '.. vww

tea'n' '" "H / noes. mnrr II' / s. I l Im it the Soulhweit corn, r of tht IE \14 of tald, Section 11.aid the NorlhwMI corner ol Mid ertlor I: iteming' V )) .C.... marIa SECTION 03001.701 STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY
't' I I I.f M f, l 'II ... 1711, Land ::, ,1.1 W, I b sin. aletion 76plus' It 1on i said luryiy Lini thine Soull .. I.... PARCEL 15
nduu nv.nu. Wlllll t "iU/' 'Jf'JMP 60 '. 'to ht Soulh.itl corner of the SEU ioiCby, : SIDNEY C GRAY ind w.I* SANDYC GRAY That p.r of
n .,,,, Cm ?eHlu:d lUorWl, 11 I jtUllon 271 slut 111; containing' 0 II ot NIA .11100 Ml EH,Dl Avenue. The \\6. LES the North SO feet end LESS the Last 100 feet,
,,,..nejl OAVID more or Ian Dar*'11. M,ch, Section I. South Ran
Etllmt Value: |9.414 OJ s by ISSCNBERQ and OLQA TsSENoCHO. his, wile, gan 21 EattI .
.E I .'NonOI !550" ''Jr"' kyA( I. HI 1079001 a Estimated/ value:. 1201000SFCTION I 'lying within the following boundenet, to.wit:
"AR(:Et B10I f-fji; 1 ''INT"i ;' I t. lorl<" e.." at the North...! corner of said Section I. thence South

That |n.rl of: I !!. lt I f Estimated Value: | 5.00ARCBA I 0)001\-2101 ITATf. ROAD 131 fill HER' COUNTY 0'SO'12" West 100 flit thence North 19'09'25" Welt IH faat Masco

"I'n r II ,,( S'e ,nn "n ro..h'p' 41 South Ri "t"'t i ?; ', ."" (TAT! ROAD "' rOLLIER COUNTY PARCEL No 17* .f North "''0'7" Wait 10182 Poet. thence North 7*'IS''21" Watt 142211
I 'nnln, 'II .ors, Ihn'sn/ *MU That part of: till,. Ih." 0 U' Cast SO fiat thence South 19 Eatt

''Cr *i ', n in. l hen, en, ?0 l,.| I lurvty alii' |hk| part ol I. The North Mof Motion 1. Totn.hlp SO tout' Bung* 12 Lad IUD fill to the Point of Big'nnlng 'U'I"

I, \. i,' t ,.<.I t, ku': alS I III pit+}! "f'' K 'l Lt ,1 't, l f'hrh r'BHgVt .' Let, .' 1'4 .f 11\6. Segllon n lownthlp 4* South.. lying, sunhat 20 fort a11.* nuruey line of Sin* Rcjd S'f aictlon/ 03001 Containing, I $0 lent. more or lilt.
Rc' n. tusk) au I ) a tI I a its .I1I41.: 'ijf;p hbvd Ih |*D0| w"hl. 'Ion Ihe louth 10 foil. red I lying hilt of turvty Slatio'' ''' 194 plus,, 00 antf lyl.S': w t ol' and within, ,It owned by JAMES L BELL
.
"... .
'Of Iran.'ItIOn from Ins e "ir.n.il. .on from MO I77J Row
If Inn II : .11'110) AI.Uo" ZlI feet tl Si.lion SI4 .Wu. 00 iT 611 I't'bef( (I Stttloft' Rum i
I., ",, ,"H''" .,,,.It,. u l ,,.. I III., "tOI H el 9 e iJ J'W1'Iyn '* \" ". 51 U '? 10 fool et Survey Station t I.,. ".0 79 0' the I..y >74 i blue 00 tad' urviy IIn. daicribed >nd looted li !" Naplet Flor daSublict

I ', ,\' U bone eurvay .I.Iiu' 1I11/1.t! t 713'20'1Hl | u t oJ :liaie Road 53'totaled: J o i OJOOI, ulr, Su vry Line end said. Begin it 'the Northeast corn. of said Uction" 1 0 being' to Mortaaae to Circle' Four, Inc. s Flnnda Corporation. dated
Ip laid Ilanap, 11 Lir .* l4lV< atffM r :'' 'lrn '. ..,.. mo,. : oul'''''ors corner ol Iht SE* 01 l tad I 1"on )J. said' to S 1901" f".104
: pOlnl H 1 W Hence of 1101 71 fi eitlgned tn W Ran, S.plember 24. ait'gnmentrecorded
1 | te
plu
Mld.d
Fit RAI D "aatil NT b "'! N.I n "1 Piut .* '. "" "ld Survey Ln' '. IouCh 8. I"U' Or 'I:': : .i *//1',1: ItJ
", StiNII peel, II I Ih 1:0010 roitm I 19 04 W. I dnt.na! e0000 ,laid' It.I'on /In OR HO page 120
8ulllli
I", Ivan' c".l',, ) lit \Qp l'tl" qto ..,.,!; o..nl.nln, corer 0/2 01 Ihs .,'r''r of laid. lectioijierl b/4 11.I.., 00 out top led ol held survey line: Ih.... toitlou.il" 191104'W r.t".d Value'' $050000

VIVIII42IOO' .11awq WIM ". \\.4"'fIN. f\ Or p. mUq 0' toss li I1.. Narlhweit Ooiher, of l.ct an t''To"r+ p.0 Jpulh Rirgi M SECTION 000011501 STATE ROAD U' COUNTY

it' .' ... ''nrI 1 hTAIC ROAD \ ''h' l' flit, coneinlig' 211) errs. more or Iesp V 4 I'f' PARCEL NO 001
"Ail' '.+ Iii "OLl, (1 nOUN1Y Nahmn01NHlll' flaw York It owned IV KATMltEN IAR10NOLANDR. ting(* Th. North 200 leet ol the Northwest Qutrter of the NorthwettQuarter

e&0 S W 7th Strcit of Soction 4 Townthlp M South Ringe East Collier
North io del ul MI Itilh 1 to""I.d Velut I
ion liet et thi Wtt et SIH ol/ : 120 00
''W ,;,1. SWW t..sllon, II, CTION' MOOI' Mom. Florid "'
Tnwnthlp Vt louts, R/net JIt ( n JSJl {TAT( ROAD HI COLLIER COUNTY nUir tVbv "RALPH
IA stir mo. PARCEL v4t E.tim.t.d' Value 1342100 it ow < :: MANNO and MARY c MANNO. his wife
.
n .
o vat 'WCBf-Mf % 'OVIRMRI LI r and weN That ptrt 0"Tht '- d SECTION OIMI MI STATE ROAD 1)1 COI.LJIJH COUNTY 431 RlrIM, Road "
L OVtHSTrUITW ; *It IH Ott of PM' n Nn 17N Coder Orove. New ireey 40m' '
,! I*, of SWi.. ,.ttln" II. Township' db .
.
W / '.l 'O welth n|e '7 Lad, I... the South I* )tent Th. South 200 feet ol the' South 190 fail of lh, Wit of thsbIN\ .. 'e E.I.m.i d Value' 177100

SHV.da LyThk\ t-trini.llon. from 10 feit et !>ur n. '..II.... lit pluv 117n I I Ih. SW t ruction 14. Township 41 South, Rijg' ,* ,13 Ett, cant* n. SECTION O00I.l01 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTYA"CI
Eitlmitid V.lui: |IOI 00 lo I Ifo fist it Survey It.ton 351 plus m II ,' Survry ,hn, 1 of .* 301 wren ,,"OIP.' lilt t" T1 .

?: ''P'r8/' '5 Ol l StTAIT WOf') I. CpLLIIB JOUNTVH IR ,Ml' l.tlien 03001, laid Survey line end Survsy Slat, .In. dr '- ; n bv f 'iD A t10DOM. JR. end wile\ CAROL; I 0 tOM North 200 Trot of the North lent 1 nf the Northwest fc See.
lonltta' Ono located '
PAh' hollow
1 a* Lis N W Uth, < ,?', lion 1. Township it South Rants EON, Collier County Florida
n; North DO fi01 OS I ho bO.dh 'Ile fiat DO Ohs N of INIn'00, ,to t louthwitt' corner ol top SWI4\ of i., ii i on IS. ta d lama Fool 1 lo".I., Monde Together with ell right of Ingreit I. egreit light air. and view be. .
N r SWN.rrlion 'J.11'' banrt IIelOn( ( |,11 plui' 3112 'thane South .
,, .II Twnnhll tY $o1Ah. Airs. U Con. I Ifs, toufheait Ml t K it !nn Ml !.'.\ Cn (.timst.d Vtiue 1)0000 ( the grentort rimeinlna. property and any facility conttructedin
II nlr nr ,,' is of the IWU of taid Bert II Nl" lio" 1St I fU" 'N "II''' 0111( | STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER "above described
SUIT.N r /112/ add 'I '3 COUNTY smarty
I/ cont'(
.y W Wit Ilf aeret more or /leui I'.N/ I I N" 179 I
5 ; Wed NN lsn: Wlitl 1 ownjSliy, MONI,) ''HAMLYN' *nd MAR-\LT! [ HAMIVN It owned byLEVI F HOWETH and MADELINE M. HOWCTH, hit wile
f' : 1" la" ih 700 loot nf the "I
Last Vt of
H" Fiorldl' ,* C ,. the East It Ito Wait H III Oran led! Slremft
,
Itllmtd CANO lOll Canadian Armed Force. Europe nu.t n Township 4* South. Rang. II lilt epnuining 101 FInl. Pierce, Florid
Value: 11 OS 00AMI '"* '' ..

: I'," 'I": '!X M11" ITATI B90 HI 90LLI\ || COUNTY SECTS' I Itlllm.t.d Val ii I 71 in i I' "'n ', I RNEIT L JOHNSON end ft3001 STATE ROAD U' Estimated COLLIER Value COUNTY 5775 00
I ( 'TAT( ROAD 111 jTlnN 'sl
COLulER' '
'f :03JOI2801 (,0""M I" I I i r It 'NC JOHNSON hit wile No. '
"in flnrth M Oust of the South I 10(1( fast ol 1 WH PARC I ,.
Sol if SWH el I '' N f 4,1 to Avinu.
';50 l "I IWU. Saelion II, fownthlp 40 South, Range 17 luti con The North 10 fail of the South 100 foal of the KM nf S' of > I rl IPKI, (1.1.1 ftorltfl The North roo fest oIhs Last 0'". half of Cho Northsaof ens
'* ","I l I' earn men or l less nf lii, laction 31, Townihlp South HIn1n D [ash co"ia ':.i ouarter JTI the Northwitt one ouertir of Section I, Tewnih p SO SouthRanae ,
jw,...rt I hy FANNIE; WILLIAM\ t tlngll" womtn I 13 tor..i. more or I.... | LatlmShd Value: {10000 Eeit Collier, Cot.nty, Florida, a parcel 1 ol land contittlng'
S1'" W.tfl1. lane ,I I owned by;<'I' WUEL P LESLII' *nd MARQAP TM LESLIE 'rah wMu ,!StCt. '(01. "UKSOI' STATE ROAD 131 COlllR COUNTY of I 0) acru more or l lost, together with ell ruht., of Ingreit lirni

H., .I.h florid. 10031 Broidvliw Orbs ''HI' Ni MMI I light. air, end view between the grantor remaining propirty and any
|it.m.lid. Vilut HOI 10 Miaoii. Blond' ,I %o''ih 20* Int: ,f the EH of SIN end SW'4 of IE M, Section facility conitrucled on Ihs ebove deicribed' property
., ,
.rash., 4* South, Ring 33 Etttl auntbinin/ It mars
sons
PAR'V' /\ One 'Ml ltTi ROOD |.w \ COUNTY Estimated Valui D'I30.' ,. ,It owned bv VLAD IAPOTOCNYIU
: rIOf COllq} ACTION' MOOIISOl I 'TAT( ROAD ItCOLLIER COUNTY '" Waihinglon, AvinuaElyrla

tl.,' 'II loot W' the loulh IS* feat ol In, EH 1/ th* SW'4 ,.ARCgL Ih.l". **))00 I i. nwntU WIG Crvtt.1 bv (I\/A"VI.w"IULION Court end wit MARY MCOOUOAL AllfL.ON Ohio Ettimatad' V.luo DM00LUCILLE

ol the SEM ol Ih* a. Seotlon II, Kwhthp 41. South. port of:
E.it. (. 41 ..... more or loseuwn.d Ringe 31 Th. WH of IWU\ of OWN lection II. Town.hip 41 Bo l" Ra"idr Mood'. ",..,.d. M LEWIS and husband WALLACE L. LEWIS
bv JOHN R. ILANTON and MARY LOU BLANTON hit wif 27 [ rah toss th* South 10 fut, Iltlmit.d Vtlu II.III 00 1341 Whitn.y Avinul

Room III Dads County CauNhouae; 1 Iylr, within, s Irtneitlon from 100 fiet it survey .|.. en )*S "I,.> 17 II i ECTION' 030012181 ""Tf ROAD 1)1 COLLIER COUNTY Himdin. Connie!'cut
M'."" .. Florid 0 0. tat leit el Survey Stetion 411 plus 4S 10 of line ol Mitt' ARTEL No III GERALD D. PARENT

Ittlmtled' V.lui HOI.00 \Road: IJLction, 03001, Hid lurviy lens dlr"itro doineed The South. ZOO ,lilt of Sictlon 14. Township 41 South Ring 34Ellt I 245 Wooiltr Sleet
a id I located ai follows: conUlnlng 13 M an, more or lots. Now Hlvin Conn.ct,Cut

010A1 nol TATe Big,n at the Southwest 00'''.' of Hid I''M ,n 'K ml point' 't owned by W J JUSTICE ROBERT OVERSTREET *nd wits PEARL M L. OVERSTREET
PARC'EL [lot! Rg4Oia WU'M\ C9UNTY'O bain, on laid/ turvev' line ot Stetlen 31) plui "17 M. 'thence ifrjulh illS ......* Coneouri.Mlim 1417 N. I. 17th Street

Th. Nnrlh foot ol th* South loi fast of th 11'13'21"; Lad 170742 feet 1 to Ihe loutheeit' c' r ol I |W's ot Bich Florid Msrol, "o'd..UIIITON !
WH of
:
\ : :
\$E.,1. IWN.then 30. Township, 55 south, Rants 07 (pots \6C""=or. or laid I Sat Motion, 31 tl Sullen 413 plus 41 10, cant ;,, I M *i ri, man Eltlmtd, Vilui 12 ))! 00 I W. WILLIAMS JR
1."ln. FI ...., mor or 'f.rl j/ rcTitN oiooi.noi .TAT[ ROAO 131 COLLUR' COUNTY 1171 watt 4th lens
I' wn.d by R'CHARO' D. TU'IIIlltl"O sold 1 t I. "fj"1 4 tf'i1' 1111 g 1 *.AUOHMAN brad "'". f* 550"' JHMAN f ARCEL NO .114 ilnh, Florid

JOYCE'u rOIl C TURN'PUID' 01. wife 'II'J' r ''Florida| The Sot,tit 200 feet of the W*. Section 31. Townthip' 41 South,, FANWILLIAM/. 1 dolls, women
2"d y" "
Nialeah hrsal banes 14 [art' oon'.'"'",, lilt acres. mere or I... 1171 Watt Ith ".n. '
Fiord* / Hn I.0 i Vauii 111000 I? owned by CHARLIS; I. McOEE end IIAIELLE MeG, '. hi* wlf Hialeah' ,, F.orldl. '

JECTION Etllmglid Vlllil: "lot 00 PARCPL Of&fltO,1 l&?l 'ITT ROAD IM ')LLI lit COUNTY 1441 S. W 291 h Street JOHN R ANTON end MARY LOU BLANTON. hit wifsOurthouse ,

PARCEL aaN nOI {TAT[ "Q.D II' COLL14pQUNTY' Th,l "I.tllf'' Fort Liuderd!*. *llond* Room Ul Did* County C '

Th. Nmth so lnl of the South. 100 fort of the | H u The H of IW' ol SWi\ Seotlen 11 To i p. South Ran, .. 00011 MOI STATI ROAD 131 Kttlmottd COLLIER Vstn1', COUNTYARCEL II 220 00IKCTION Marhl RICHARD, l, Flonoi D TURNIPIEED and
''. 27 Sear. I Ifit Ih* South SO hot JOYCE C. TURNIPSEED. nit' wilt"

.. ,.,.n..W.eVm.V.V..I.Township. boulh Ran, 17 \V\; c.T I Jng w1111, '|" Vmtilon Ism JOfl .fail al turn Si. non 3116 plut 37 M ta Pl No IIS )5I Lest r"l llr.it
, 'IMI The South 20 fat of top 11114. Section 34 Townih' 41 lout
h Stetlon 411
wnld by CHEITER blue 4110 en turvey "m. of State p HII..h. fold.
olnl Woodll'". Aetna KOZELIKI end wife" KITTIE' : 1 KOZELIKIL'.TION Raid' JJJ 1.01101/0)001, .aid lurt.y .". ami f"Io', deicr bed and III.",. 34 !ace rnMainlne, 12 12 acres. men or Poses CHUTll ind wife KITTIE' KOIELSKI

0.t\ l0s Oho c.t.d, Jl tellowi! own** bv SIDNFV LEFCOURT *nd WALTER FALL 101 '' Avenue
II'1"'m*I t b.,! 'IIJ' vrviy line *l Kaplan. II* pluv' 3 loM (hinci South Mlml, Florid' I.b.rton.
J
0100) tLrqt: IT r KOZELSKI 1 in* CHESTER; KOZELIKI
) Jjji Truiteet
PARIEL: :110 STATI RQ+O M Hzf.lvl lift 4} feet 10. M. ...."th, Ml rgrn.r ,rl f top IWW of Mid M I CH..ltLllr.". Avenue

ThN"h 00 Let of lotilh owsolYv' ;W flop I 101 lush ol the WU ol SW's' ol P ROBERT S MINCEV +ANf JtASlR" MINCEY po'ARCBL "No" 117 '
al SE's Sector, JOE ONEALBon
It, Tlwnibif II South, Ran., n cs,1..on 713 0 all,4 "">/. The
15 mere| or III* IJI.n' "pert of 1171JAMES
? oridl
w.d"t Hct'I [ KOZELIKI 1 sad CHESTER KOZELSKI. nr r Th. EM Of II Loss Ihs Win 100 fiel sod LIII the South I* foil Lothar. *
4'' WOlldb, Aye",,. frudseeIU4 I' i lad Value 1tSNI Section 11 Tewnihi; 4* South, Ringi 21 flit WALK'ER'LILLARD md wife JERALYN WHETSELL\ \ LILLARD/
6'ibt.lu' .ICY0: I "9I 1 TATE IOAP .
Uho PAl 'aOLLII. COUNTY Lying within !r.. following' boundirle to wit HOI S Menhetlin Avenue
tll.m.Ud. Vilu, : \Cy h Begin ot the Soulheitt corner of told. Section 34 thence North I 2*'- TlmOS 1 "
'' *" + 01'. WON Hone the Eit Lln of said Section 3s 11111 ... .' 1000 I""W'METSILL
,
PARC: Vim". : ITATI ROD HI COLLI | VOUNTYof Last;;;4s n.." ,'onesw f 'WIt Sal Senora' 35 To" 4' South Ran, 17 Let. thence South "'JO'n.' *Wen III fast. thence SouPs I114'01W..I P RUOOLPH 0 foe 1023 end was ALICE w WHETSELL

n' Norlb 01 ''rat' Ih* South IK feat r.1 : 'l0(1 INN, feet I '.co South '0'30 )$" Wet 1207 li Let thence ,
ihi Florid
"'
:: : > I million' from feat .1 ,
of i .n'" .
n
: .plui 171 T.O.
'"N1 ''ti l "..'.. Lr1.un I. 11, Twnh ( 3/ $Oulb, *". ,n.n'> '"" :P ff.1.0. \tr,1: ry.L *'.'.." U" glut' "lr n' ?,rv>v ISM "' *',,. South I .171 Weil 110 foot. police South 19 4217 Eait .l0 feet t*> SHERR end OERRY SHERR
..
men th. Point
''",, b, JOE; 0 or INS.S '1 J I"*n 1300E NI500,550 loft. *? .One ''*""*.* .".. Bllinnng' contunini. 77* icr.i. none *r litlI 407 Lincoln' Road
Nt"I'c, It .wllltl..w
.," I II/I : pw. I MILORID W RAV Smgi M'ami i Such, Florid
A,,, hoop ...I..kl.IE' Bc|'n all tie loulhwotl timer ol u.ci S' tin., ., slid' awl b.irg Ill S W I44ih Street .nll
",1 tu9"V" 'II". *< SI'IMm. HI phn' 0.' cf South M !lll Miami. FiorKaub NINA RlQAl'
,' flON e Ilt.mtd. Y ly*, HOI 00. St| I 4j l..t t Is Ihs Southtett! vo",i" II" 1W. ol ll.d $..1.." *. 'act to Mottage from Mildred" W Rav te Theodore J Zahour and 407 Lincoln Rod

PAR':t OIOOI2SII I II 114hr STATI ROAO Ul (OLLlIj BOUNTY SlftlOn' : III 11H.%I 10'r.'n" s more or leu Mildred E Zehour hit wile, deled Aorll II "1942 and recorded April 1 M,.mi, Bueh. floridi .
:
I. ned .
C> [12 l2 ,In OR
: Book 17 peg 401. Collier Ceuntv Raf4err.nN O end K NAPLES' .. DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
; North MJAMI (rot of the loulh 10 fool 01 ol ( 5 nl I % Read Ettimated Valu.' *4 .1011
,, EN
Psrymplpt tie levmour A
I Satfo, 'W; COUNT Kitten
.. ma.. 0' 'I I...Town/hip 11 h, Nan 2y' I**?? tSnIn,n5 ) M'.0"gin OfI 00' ''01 STATE ROADp0 COLLIE r 2 J.m.'1"4onl.I. .
l t .Iad Villas $10010 ARCEL No III A.
'- *. New' York
0'r'; LHAL'nhatti 'N Wwf.fh\L. That pert ol Chi South H LESS the South I* feet and LESS th*1 H LUFF end 'OA.I. LUFF. hit wilt
R |EC f10N I 7\01' .ATI ROAD I WOOl lit feet '
v Avenue :Vis' l COLLIER COUNTY Section M Townth 41 South Ringe 21 Last 421 Ninth 'beet North' .
'ARClI l'I
T A Lylne wlt"m th* following bound.ri.i to wit :
j
"I' lanes
the N'' ''h 'N fast ol the N', of Ih. 't 1,", Florid
s on I Tewnih.p N ...." it ih* Southwitt corner ol and Settles. II thine North *
EstnIstod" V..... $1'300 Couth Range 31 Eeil 5 M5.em' ;< |15 ?. 'none ., ,INS 0 21" Win l, Sod
'. WaaIh l Z\OI J stars the West line of laid Section' II 4 f Hence -
1I WHITlHiU'
ITATE ROAD i>* r111'l h ownid' by T4NLEY M : FRANCES OILMAN boners -
41. I" I s IER c'IINr" 111 iirry Av.nu. IMI theses North I*'M'I*' Last IM feet thence South II 14II II* .read A"..... NorthNepltt. ..
"",', so '. Ch.. Eves lOt H feet th*'c:* South 39'34 ir E as. rot I N fist ,".nc. '
? el th* SoHth IBS leet' nl. u | lll.no.1bifcl Florid
L' of .
.::1"'h to .
,.,.1 r.... Jt, Tewnth, 0" ". .010..0' *.i. iv ? tin t f Crow end Mav.t 11oooMdd't January 10 IIM. thence. South H'M'tI.l west I 00 feel tn top Point of I.,<*"'". MARCIA WEINSTIIN and '
Fled huiband
": RUDCIPH C. WH unLL .It > 10 ItM id n 0Saaab: .0 p.*. .14 i And Iving' withi Ml feet of th* Sass ime of right. of .., of fete Oil UK Street North SIPHI' WEII'ISIN. .
ALICE, A WHI Ouil Claim D_ Irom "011." p row "ngl. man flMa. A Rood IN Section DM in* Bit 'tins .......lit. tt follow: Nielli Finds yili r.'J''
e. 102)1 ("rawN5li' .."' .... *4II Car,bbiin Blvd Cutter Me Frrde k Cominonc it tAe' Southwest oorner of ted Section M theneeNorth MRS MANJA TRITSCM BRONNER

I"p. Ffihd1 AIed.0.5,0 M, IMI. Filed Fobrvaro I SIN end r*.*TdM .. OR M M'21' Last IH fM to lop' Point et Beg,nnin* tt taid Btt* 41* Street "
Biyiiton 'I .
IN..t..I' ...1... II satAN &." .MA 100O line 1 inane rnntintK III II feet I* the en* of .nd SIN his M.M.ckuMttt
" ,' Ml I 7MI STATIC R!# P I'l roLi-ifjej ri, .', NfY l. |, ST.nl"t M W".I.h"l 10 To.. nn* it"rpo"''" N.pln' C Ard 'ly,n* w,thin Ml Let of the Survey line ..f t* d Suit ".. lot MRS Poshest.STELLA J R PITRIII
j' :' lli'.JI A"* 01. letF,1e. *'.*"*' "" ".. r5tonO.4 Sottlon OM1I "tine described ll follow= ,
't"S South' I litoulh ,' ,', 1' II N JM I.t": n S AlA Armed Aortmnt
Nf I" North fIoO fin .
Oi s tact Shuts n of the IE of sa Section
deter ,
I ,. t' ? fy > .. corner ... '
t '', Atlg/ oi/n Ira* Incorporates Te De.rt.id .*. Florid
.ear ., \!,*. .1' Town.,,o i, ,ouh Ern J a liMltld gjf Gerry Brotneri 4 o. Shan South 015445' East tit II feet te I** Seut..*itr corner o'
rO"1\ H'rI4I I 0 09 SA v P rner hlt New York New York Doled Apr. .I !1(1 ESTHER
W.. '.1' 'to said Ser.I itn H and .... f line her ,h doMnbed 'LOCI
*
sad turvey
F l < It. less .rdd
n I n. 'mrdt' OppsN *rni Wotl I '.., :000r" May r n OR Book liT soar. 113 Canlnnnt 3211 sew more or teie, Ut u..... .v.'d
'' I al Esln.ted Valui '" lull. M,ttevnJOIIPH
Awed K
V I lo' HI
.s yela
f
:'o.t. .t1tf.'t: I. owned IV SlLU 'INCORPORATED
l
aWh :: JMI IMI STATI ROAD M
Oserat ECNTION 1)1 COLLIER' COUNTYThNo. P 0 "l-l F,aibuix Slat OAUTHIERIN
r' nn I I N I h r '0 t0.r'Ihrt.IWrA: loN on
I "ReI weal. 1\41' s ......" Nw V.r. E aid DriveM
.f .. l.on I ttM K,.. h no 11'11 I", t4 M footLtimaLd h -N loot of 'M W'' a' Nl" ji NW. lets, a' I r ?,, III..1t ,iml' Sertogi. Florido
I"?f. ,I iaid Bolt n I u. i .hpWIo-ili Rang )l last. '0"1.i .,, i ,, EM meted Veiue
u..1 ,1 .1. i ",; ti Feat ng n moo' 'Ls, STEELE Y[ J STEILI
JJOC! VOI I J' COUNTY hi
.rr ol Mid jtalM> I 'h.ncf. HEN h t, 4,.ECTION ARCEL Na IN 'r ROAD4 COLLIE i: 'I.'O.D CREAOV ::0 CREAOV.; too* will woe -

CM....,,..me*.* ? I. HNJl 4Oif> ,'"2 Ola. Th" Q'" o' IN. t.y". See *.; a ... .

ERR led I. n.sd 0 .hp I 00 **ct o n ; Lit ihi Nosh to ,.., **d LESS to Wad IN feetTownUo M emi -e
1 W South Rng* n Sit 'lIOI"tl SCOTT OM MARIAN SOOTT M( .
[cnai 3N1TAT. 'f
IMOI ROAD,1
r OLLIIR COUNTY" A i "t...l *"' "" top. b**"*!"ei n wit a..n" the 1'1.' ....... oorner Read ..

The north IN /**i .". (0 or: 'V::" thnoca hint.b1bStN tl 000 M ppeq, Herrh' Wised' Fnxld '
to N NN l. l3'N" HNN.0r. .
Sect'on I LESS Ihitetto*.n. *.. 0o' r c Wlol DAVID ** OLOA "I"IIIG kt
v'.1,. |9j|| I'' frjfi Ihe East one Wirtrr torn.r : ro. ih Io..e" 0550 1\\ watt 100 fief S-" 't''' II' we e 1 mt .,IIU"'IIIIC .

TATS R8.4B"; IJI COLLIE: CCi NtY ro .Ikj .. II tail C4her Cou i> a North ..r,.Z :I" loot IMnN. Saul' M 5547 W.I..iY.N. I... MIie 55.1 N 1 Corel wile Flonde .
/ ll ? WITWMI tat ol....g Ih* Lad i v Secto I ih Jo 59a. Weep Ml IJ e1 ih.n<* North I Won IN. feet. t**>%s 1 EDwif. A. LAR1EN, SR /Ai 1

,I '.no Norlli' rM li'i' "I I .i l dose''. ..." ToutS W 4lgrot )*'II" 11.50UI I foot r. .lo' ,in th. c ..1s' ..t .orgl 171 Inks Street 001
SMton I To."'h p "Ira''' U gj.. '. {g mw ejuatur line of Nod) Seotion I l ?,. O fwvi'ly of end ,h. r| 4* leel of Lass Lwe If right of RcAmaod how ,.
.n North. 0 NW Watt rt't. f11f 1'0.5 th* coii.nue So ih N ...*roes M 10 waftn I,,, ,.... ..eN?' ft', "< Si.'. Rood IM i..t on OWN! (.....', ** Sass Lies elation' RAYMOND. "' MAROARIT C I "I
S '" O* IS 21 Writ I Iii'S fait fl.f5'll' ''v IM' dgro 41 M suet 4a. If leet to ter Nnrn "" S. d tr,1 t ', D'"> M a"1 1iIo" ...., o. ?d SIN Lie ind Sass LM>e ow* 4F W. HAYIIN HAMLVN ". }' '
511I0. I <}"irt.r of tad 'F. ton I l 0" '" ,.l, .1 then** North N dagrocNoHb JS'tO I Last 45"'e .. : a: .l .r, .1. 50.x 1st end ,'o | tallow NOMOWIM RC A F "I.f1''ul
> ae A'1 _
00" r, 'h.o. -in l 11'1/" W, >' h1 UMII North bus Ot ***!:" I: INMeS Saish I ....rr .; .r I ,,.' I 1 ;. e' .. 1"iCI'"Ot: '"..e* MAROARir .
\ -' IS 10 OM North I.no ol MM We'I* 1W fus sIN t M It .Point *. '000.5 P k.* wit*
" 'r '" DO's7N INpap1 I ) ... Mat,0* p.... M !..nt. co.vi North. It M 21 1 Last Ul 13K LU"I'.Od 1tal.
:, : foot *k ng top and Norft In. tl S." + N I.Ci The weit t. ol SMt.Bit" ._ IIb .. ,K. intf of Mi* Seso ,' ( ... P.
501 1 w E.N 1131.1 L. t. mr n. nl N North' werrf MOO". 01 the NE .. L ..,, F.eiNa
lN'nnN/ o' a 0..I ..
,, n I iim foal, .< i". ,.... el ia Stole Reed IJ*
5 1. ***. more / "an.a' I'hsb V *>(*I'Vlh+ t '_. then*' IWl' 474. lore 'rare.- Nx ,,. A' "t ON Pioe
.tat o- u 0 w and N pi" 110 a >d between t-'ve, CO..UID *



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PUBLIC NOTICES CONTINUED f 9r


AMOS BAUOMMAN **d wl OH* IAUSW$ AN l _

m Fort t-Ia1/1A Mypr*, Flrlo TO u osU lD rtpH1RE

ROBERT I. MINCIV and JEANNE I. MIMCIV7IJ
OrehW Orlv.

...."'......, .Herts
MRS. E. L KRAUSt !
MM Pvwtn SIMSF.rmlrurton .
Ml**!*** .
STANLCr M WMITIHILL
311 Brry Avon**
Chlciao HIIPI 1 / -

ROSfRT AIKCN nd DOROTHV M A.K**, to* .*..
424 Tamarind Drlv NELPW
H.II......., ....,... I p

OASHIIL. H LU' end FRCOA' K. Co**, Me w*.

4tl Ninth*. ririeeCARL It,.*. NortHNeplo CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS -- :

0 OtSC: 2-2107
1711 .", ." Avnu I Midway
M,.lel. ".rld. DRIVE INS
ARTHUR' ... ARMSTRONO ANTIQUES JEWELERS

I 111 Andrw Drive .
Wlnll'.,,'".' Oho SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BIKOLKSi __ 1 Announcements 12-Help Wanted 5S-Storei Office

DANIEL DCNQEL end wile KATHERINE.DNGE. &H \ tom
U> South John Mt. Rod ,. "...1.1W."n ts MEADORS' Offlo* *p_ 'or rnt C....-
,. Miehiion i ,'Nltae; v "h' Th"". i'kln / ERA'S$ BEAUTY SALON r_q p. 3H Ith Ave111
FRED PETER DANIELI and w.f, I 1..110I.. HElEN CANICli' vFjjrT f 89 Airport Reed" J 'P{ ,.., fzJIIJKnpr It..mp 1811 hh St SouthCoM.r T".t Cookkt.perlermanenl M/ II 5$. /

117 Al.m.nd. Drlv a" .i ,. .c : .,.,. : :.:. JEWELRY ., llth Ave ft work'nl tmploym.nlood CoIdll'ona and
North Mlml. Florida "\ Ge' oClftt Tfn. Stret Ml M4H >
ELMER C. tCHULTZ ". ,, M1111/ I.., 1 IOU '/ t) **lary 37-Houses For Sate
19)7 110I,. Elliott AVI. ./ J.w.lry AntIqu II v.,? '*r td. out order* r .Frc F0Rtii1 Sand rum I* Colh.r County
? ro outefde CUr ..". sty Wt 10 N I S New* P 0 Spa in; AMi
Detroit. Mi.h *." Aprtmn| *
111110 (1001 All Ault N i em SI19Help 1 u".fUP
ANGELO JORDAN 0101 end IOrS. W. Novi added / APT x105! I bedroom .
I4MI Whltoomb Avenu BARBER SHOPS DRUGS It *. I kIlN All.tloctri
SERVICE STATIONS 'c. III**
Detroit. Michln, Went. Female blokes. Carpeted tioeri. Unfurnlhd .
SHOPIIJO
LINNItS UNIFORM
Pric nUN MMiMKtm ,
SIDNEY C. GRAY *nd wilt SANDVC GRAY
St Fll
Hndry Myr" '
1IJOO Ml eil'ot: AvsousDOIroI 0055100.s'r5Pt.r R PRESCRIPTIONS-: 5 O'S 10 lO'.7. StNIOR BEAUTY OPERATOR LuelIle, 0"" y",11 M.roumNoble
Michipan
SI* "
IIM YVI
KATHLEEN PARSONS OLANDCR, Imp ACCURATELY V-J, SERVICE for I 1,1.kI'nNy Collier:; ihop m Soma, WIhl
IMO S. W. 71th Street 'H"II 1005500 Reply County N.o. So

Miami,. Florid I N1pl. SNuppand C.nlo PrOOPFr.e DeliveryDON'S STATION -Boats'MolorAcces.. AM ---It/iO..tf DEWEY POLLY

FRED A ODOM JR and wil* CAROL I. ODOM Oorbtr Sh.u Mechanic Mood Service IOOrINceMnet / Wit,... wanted Apply Don's

120 Fort N udrdllo. W Illh. .Court Florid I.""'." Miller Mr LIGGETT REXALL ."duty W.I..... In .wnorl planse.en.. ".5t.1I .....//1 Du.n Illtf REALTY
.I. 01 Ih,t h.ul,1II1, 17' CNr'o.
MR. *nd MRS EARNEST: L JOHNSON ....pl.. Shopping c-. 2-216 .060 North Trotl MI 2 M87 c..ft twin (nfnet. eaBunki. .. r.p..n.. SNn L.tty lamono.
IX)7 N. E. 4th Av.nu. Depth finder, '*.," .. NOw Droll Shop I" G... Decoy Polly RHrorner
Fort Lauderdele, Florid L'|ht, Cuitom md Cuihiontnd 0.51.. Mat kiwi Marsat's.nd lit Avo No and.
IVAR. AXELSON end wit* MARY McDOUOAL AXCLIONJ : CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIRJERRY'S Cock Pit Covtrt |J,000. retil ck.'Ound Ph.... T."" *nol, Trilr I
...,
Miami, Florid' 11/tS tf .. 10/1101 W. J. jusTicr' JAEGERINSURANCE I V I balk CSS Noun one.n.l
1113 K.n. Concouru 1 il Icotty Craft iabln Cruller tl>,Ml Ml | 4M4.
110I......, '..ch. Florid DRY CLEANING v CONE \ FAVt MONIV.EAly p5y.SN1.. I ,). J ,.' Wall equipped, aumliary MII1 *. 14-Help Wanted Male .ll/ll. If
CHARLES E. McGEE and .ISABCLLE W, McOEC:, Hit' wlf* DAY rY'vay / tor l 00 CoiN Call Ml I MM. I/I llth It North
/ ) "U'O-HOM. o1Nt0s_ C H.lloh" *T 4JL. I 31 _
1441 S. W 19th StrtM 11 'Il05R Nrw I bedroom. I both, Good
Fort l.udord.le, flo'III."ONEY SERVICE I N""LIS tNOpplNti' S s.i aN.Ho.II iy 70 ft Extorn Sea Iklf115 STEADY JOB Young itorata. Electric kitchen, Utih
LE'COURT lfl Chi. Croft (ngn, *. Tak icreened porch, 0..
NORTH TRAL Ml OftK of ly room
1.1111 OUAKANTltDtil man 11 to J6 ..
WALTER PALL 842 6th Ave. So. MI. 2-7390 Deck Radio, Depth Finder, ytnn rite' Heat and 111,101,
u"'f'
HI 1.y H.whlo, 0"". 11 Art IP1ft J HO New Paint and Varnnh, See Mutt b. high school crailu DOG down, :: month, in
,.ml. Florid.MILDRED :::1 '110005. 'n M1,101 a' May tonsil and ,ti... 'included
W RAY InSI 10/10 112Help 1/ ate liood opportunity if you

M9i S. W. 144th St,.., are wlllmn to woik. an,I VINCE CONBOY
Mil, .nl,. ftlo,'"'* lie. ..
SILU, INCORPORATED Wanted team Chmarttr ufaienreffqulitil SINNA. earNesy

P. 0. Bo* 174 Fittbuih Station I Send application
.,
Brooklyn 1New York 110I." wentea Tor modern
Soda Fountain Lunch Room. ROYAL MAR10R
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'IN FT LAUOERDALE.Trouts.. In yout own handwriting to
,,, .
.1. .
with bil
IJ aomm.nluntt Meet ."'.cll". 1 kedroom, I
Port loud.rdol'. Florld ...., UK 8 tienelst Uvry Nil.pI. .
sly Mull' have I.n.* and b.lh horn on eutitandme lot
FEDERAL MORTGAGE 4 INSURANCE COMPANY .....Ioo .". Naple.. Soy Far.
Rout No. I. Bon 100 Alt CollwrCCountyIN.e..11J1 !..., 10-30 tf warty' ued 01 0 modal. Ida
Naol.l Florid.JAMCS 10/. reeiden with or
L. BELL two men or w.rnpn li t*fi Rock Cru.lt.r Op.r.lor, Roller without 1urnMln'5' and tan bepurcha.ed
J775 Rum Row over 15101! "....,.. In Colli.r' Operator Merhonia. on Truckl at a 'lure well below
N.olai" Florida County A...... |IOO per week and M..v> equipment Oeili *tul tool For *ppeintmont .
MR and MRS. LEVI. P HOWETH to itirt Mont b* bond.el., Pav,,,. Co 101..... III,. tf toll MI 1 4141 or drive
911 Grenada Strut hv* asod phono. .'110". put t* Roy. Hrbor office today -
Ft Pierce Florida' I* work 41 to 47 hour per '10/10 tf
MR. and MRS RALPH MANNO roil For appointment cell 1S-Sles Help Wanted Sri I IR ho",. .1
41} "'d.. Road Mr Cobb in .....olt t>4 1411 7JO llth Ave S* II4 M
r.rl.r Grout N.w Jeriey .ftr 7PM Fr penonel Intervlew COLEMAN BOYC, Realtor
GERRY BROTHERS t CO no' me *t Howard Local iprincd. outomobil M Tenth St N.. Mr Mil
Jott ....'t Motor led*. Room III..", .. wanted, with kan d*. "
c'o St' A Wb. .
no ... MOMll BV
.
III on Thur.dv Mernm' | Nov to sure b.ll.r ILL oven jm0Nt
3, Fifth Avenue South Man choon mutt b* ASK ABOUT our home
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d011 f L II to II A M or Thuridayvenln pea
.
Nunlri. FlnridaVIAO | Nay I. I t. I P M tive. with N.,f h level' telling under con.lruction on Bare*
TAPOTOCNVIII fl/l 41 mplNodt e.., Camsleelan. plan lone Clr.la' In NAPLES SOUTH
Wothinvton Av.nu.Blvrla Demo lurnithcd with at III.too with load l.rmDOWN *
OhioSFNNER frinie benetill: See Boyie Sol PAVMINT PROBLEMSI .
CORP. t..n. Wood Chrytler, Plymouth' ..* u. about tllowinf
1050 Seventh Avenu PUBLIC NOTICI North Tr.ll, ll/l If .. elK1rl.aI: .", maan
ry or work you 5I.
bh.ml Sack, Florid
00 tew.rd Ih* tool of your now
NOTICE Of PUSLtC HIARINQ 21-Lott i Found 110m.
TAKE: NOTICE Thl a D.cl.i.lion of Taking bat b.." f,1.4, In I the TNt public *r* infrmd th.t WILLIAM B. STONE INC
oi abova itylod eauia. by tha P.tiiloner. the acquiring authority of INn. I nublic karin.. will, b. ItIdt" th* Builder
t caedtnii, of tNt taking of Ih* abov* d.tcribed landi, for INS putt <,...... Courthou. taut Ni*<. Fl. .l L.dy'l diimond wn.l. welch SO Tenth_SI Ne_ _. Ml!/.I.I71SSMALL
forth .In tho Pitltion. In I slut clue. vi" As ro.h' of way for a pon' .. 1 I 1100 e'clock AM T dy N.vebtr Ind band toil at Sda.waUrB.ch
of Stata Road SOS In ColIlI' County. Florida and tht on* of th. Judfiof .. 10 IH4 for Ih.u': e.* of Hol.l Offering bee re ISTATIitory
th* Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit 01 Florida. will, s. Ih. ke.rO0, 5n. ..Ompl11,11/' ,....". word n* au.tlient otted MlJ I CBS .larva ....... Nk
13th day of November. AD .IWO It' 30 .clock' 'In th* foranoor 110"01. wsr n1 ,"",.,", I.nlnc, '.eoodo.nl Mil in/I M bed ram s, ."' rIvals Allurm.kd
In Circuit Court Chombort In Coll,.. County Court Noun at Soot N.plei t* *n( ..lg1/ll*n1 ef INS C.111 ., Door IN "...1 P.IMIr..s .
1 I' Count tail". Cad.* Mould. not .hrub. liwnPrice ,
Florida. conndir Hi |urltdletion' Intufficiincy' af plieding, ind m.nv n.e
h.* idopted SECTION y. Mobil.Hm ,.. 23-Mi! For Sale III W, 10 Ho down Own
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Dclrtlon pf Taking. appoint. .P.. .... and ", .k. Dock ,d.. at th* D'Mr,cl R4A und.r
USI or It* Ill.t Ave North Ml
Court dooms proper All partly to th* nut and all parti* '",retted :RIQUIATIONS *dd INc .
tollowlni 1 1144 I '1440.
m.t 'PPI" .nd b. hurl 55 tNt hme .nplscu d..d. .. .. .-. ., N Of Irokar./ *o
ID *'' hborhaod rtail
f (rot.ryBOARD BIO dihiloui, homo wade fruit. JiESril._._ tfTOOK
You .,d ..c" 0' ".... 5n h..bv umm.cdsd' t. t0001r b"", III..". .,left loot .u...."' ...... nodal 00 tsar Will' deliver. Ml I.I Ml. "
rug EXTRA 'IN
.n *".... !o th* Potilinn hrtotnr filed ,In TMi, Came ,In th* entitled stone: .IIMI wok .. IIu1.e. Ipso tor
Court nn or b.lor. Ih. ISth da* of November. A DV 19M"" to Mew whet BATHING I THE BULL Wrk ri coon the giant pl..*t<. bull tat ruts altp pylnIn ,...Iuro Ire .h'h""j ate, OMS0 bedroom, I I both

,..h'. title /Interest or lien you or *nv of vou have In and to any of ,, front of the AmtMcan' Hr.frd' AnotUtion building .In IC soul City. Figure get *". oPtOuNty I I .. wrouihl Iron Dinette mom. html.Nou11, I M bedroom......, tot both- y
tha .bnve. deicrlbed '."d. and show cam whv th* urn ihould' net b. COMMISSIONERS. ,01.10. I ......". .ftf' i IU' haute / .
tkfl f..r '*'. u... and purpoto let forth ,In the petition filed. heroinWITNFS null' ludiing ,In *rdr to have It olnttnlng for the Amerttan Royal and Her** Skew /1011c.1,0, County. F.ond.. PM Ml, .thorl'.. 10/11 M oiled 4 bill from" ski* Na.M:
mv hood and tha Baal pf tId Court on thli MIN day of 1 Conv.nl.nl' t* ...op... endKhoelt
October, A. D. I.... ---- M....,.1 T SoN5. Clerk ,Pelt,' : I I. all end lofty *olor iiellent ni,,.,,_,
ftMAROARFT T SCOTT IIy P W sully retain, brill/ :ence in carpoliil.aned hood. PIsw05.100! ,
Pick EnumeratorsFor Dirty el..k with" Ilu. Lu.lre Rent
Clark of th Circuit Court Aliaci.l.l
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COWS County Flnrid, .901 11, Nsv 1. HN a11/ .eleclri furnilur.:* ih.mpoeo< |l Naoiee f' Luill' Ott* V'rp.il ..*...UltlDEWEY
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Syl0: INEZ MAQILL D. C. Ag Census In County Court Nobl Wright

OCT If" IN CIRCUIT' COURT, 26PersonalALCONOLICa
11 NOV. J..10.17. nil Collier County TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT. POLLY

COlLlto COUNTY ; ANONYMOUS
Enumerators have been named! ITATi OP FLORIDA. Men pr women wok. drinkingprobiomi REALTY
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.IN CHANCfRVNa for Mlinf
Atk help by (
in Collier County for the 1964 James W. Bryant B fugitiveon polite, no valid driver's license, DM Ml I 4111 yI., ,. ordilly",

Britain Will Nationalize Census of Agriculture, Crew a probation violation signed $30)) John R. Stephens, no wallddriver' MAUL R RUK Plaml' iffHIRMINIA ..._..Chunk. Meetinfi Anne, w on firtlBiptiol ION. Q.*. Dewey I.I Av Polly* No ReoNNclrker and

Leader John Hooker old today. waivers of extradition and was license, $251) Chart* A. St *l lib Av. ( ei and Tamtam. Trail

I Enumerators in Collier County released to the state of Kansas Chinoy, failure to have vehicle 10R0eSL: RUII frt/niohl, (I I M oYM'- M1111"
en| I B.4ruom, I b.lh, Den, Oa,
belong to B force of 23,000 by Judge Richard M. Stanley In under control $JJ| Olin W. WU. NOTICI Of SUIT Vou ri.v.'lriW' iK. r Mi flowtry rape. I Ten Air Conditioner and

Steel Restore Rent Control throughout the nation employed County Court yesterday. son, failure to have vehicle un. THI...,.BATS: Nrn OP noMioA Run TO the of beet H*, pair Wo will. non yourhouie ftr., Purnithed or un-

temporarily by the U.S. Bureau Raymond A. Gill son was given d.r control, f UI) llenry J. Mon. Add,... ynknow Naple Pal Control 1.,."e. Phone 11111 tot III-JiIU'|4th AvoSo
of the Census for this Cen. probation for two or* konab notified thai i Phone Ml I I MM -
year's years on charg. ton pedlng, $23| Charles J. "II' been filed,' eieinM M, fwlth. owner du fort Slvd"' Ceooer.liv.Sp.iMu .
LONDON (AP) Queen EUusbeth The queei: formally opened, of Agriculture es of failure to surrender regie Wondard speeding $23)) Edward uil Torre Pull In Ih* obove.youMermlme one bedroom apart

n told Parliament today the Parliament elected Oct. 15 Enumerators are key workers t rat Ion and failing to appear with C. Smith, no valid registration, entitled, ..ut* end yen are herebyrveuired wont loohin' *witb weterwey Mr *nd 111.north***over

that Prime Minister Harold with the first speech from the In an agricultural census It s continuance granted on chargesof $::15; and Michael J. Uphew attorney whota to eerv nam upon* *nd plaintiir eddrmoppoar tt-Wsnted To Buy 4lh Cherlee.... Coa, rtshNIll Ml' tll'l

Wilson's new Labor goverruvrnt throne written for her by Wilsonls the enumerator's responsU no valid driver's license and speeding, 170, hones your written d. So

I wiU reaatUmllze Britain's steel and his Cabinet! The speechblllty to locate every farm within driving while license was revoked feme I m"If .any a1sod. I* .th topy* bill of ol which lornK.mt Used ondilion pilkup. Iruek Stahimen I wnldOood Prop:

Industry, restore rent controlsand outlined I the government's 1'I.an enumeration district assigned or suspended ..," ,. you fi.rtwltlt. on orbefore eriiee 110I..,,."....* C*, ( ,4 3 -lott For Silo
Ula-tve to him her determine if the Peter V. Weeks rumc NOTICIIN November 14 A 0 IH4 M So I/01 tf
open the way for the aboil program. (or ), was given Herein foil,. not or loo,.. pro
tlon of capital punishment. In International affairs thi,operator of the farm has an suspended sentence of IS days or /. will: be entered aiamil you Airport Reed
:Ion : .
Cmm.ril, .
ll-Auto For Sale uroIW
Ih roll.prepod In the kill M
queen promised the govern,....red all question on a quo. $35 on s charge of inadequate THC COUNTY JUDO COURT, pf complaintTh **rnr Short ditne' from

ment's support of the United Itlonnalre that will be mailed to broken Zack Wright was sen. IN AND rON ".Iu,* of MM) Mil koinf forwVNrSS Court Hout. P>...! LOIN.

Nations and the North Atlantic:the farmer bytheCensuaBureau. lard to 80 days In Jail on a COLLIfR IN COUNTY PNOBATIN FLORIDA my hnd end the oral TOP QUAD UIIO CARS 1051110111 Aiote- ,V'al, M/nam

alliance and other coHecttvi I help the farmer complete any charge of obtaining licensen Ill of laid. Court at IN....... flendeIh COLLIER COUNTY Noble W".ht

Playboy Empire defense organizations to whi unanswered( questions on the B fraudulent procedure, WAITER IN ftC (J elate OAMM., !. INk. day af October T A COTt D 'IU4MAMOAMt MOTORS

Britain belongs. She said the form, check answers for ..e.I Robert Hendrlckson was grant DeciaiedNOTICI Clerk ClrtuN Court DEWEY POLLY
Started With would and deliver the form to ed B Jury trial ( OP INTENTION TO M 'ICI IIAL> I."ihsir; '-'" Ts
on Clf
government attempt to curacy, urges pub. APPLICATION FOR OIJTRIBUTION By tOITM' TVOfTTf.r ..non A. ."lM M .N .1 CopriTrnMer REALTY
reduce Esst.West teneloiB and I I the Census Bureau lie drunk, ratting arrest with AND fINAL OlKMAKQINOTICt funk Park 0..' Pear
U out i* hereby *'..." the! I to"o"of.. a TAYLOR IB/tl H
of violence
"to Agriculture and .
further A Census public
encourage i I profan.Ity
progress .
$600 Bankroll Have filed my fm.l R.*-rt and St Will, /erokeIp 0.. 0..., Polly. Root
:owed disarmament. taken every five years in theyears Michael T. Murray paid s Potiiioai for OiHributien .nd *mlO Ahar..r f.r pl.irrtiff ,pr S.le IMI Velktwegi,, Corner M Ave N*. ond
The queen delivered her ending In "4" and "9" 90 fine on a charge of minorIn > .Mr/.a (aecutrii ef tho also *4| Cmrl' Ave Term may b. *rr'ngM Ml t.wwwTr' d
NEW YORK (AP) Never a> WAtllR J DAMM.K...../ P 0 So. to* 1I4.4) It/M tfJeep Ml I 11111S9Acreage
underestimate the value of B speech from the throne In the to gather needed, iqMo-date In. possession of hirer. ..... mot on the llr* dy' ef No Naple flo>id* _
House of Lard after driving: formation on the nation's agrU William M. Brown was granted member. IP" will" pNy If th* Pit n n NV i, 1INd mIN work. overtiied lire A ICOMdllMHI
pretty girl. Honorable. County Jud.* e of Co, i. __ MM I Ml .Nr I
Hugh M. Hefner didn't. through Londxi in B coach S c.i, cultural resources and pro. B )ury trial on charges vagran. TouMv P11.4.N .oorovel ofte m II/1t _

compacted by s glittering car. ductlon Such Information Is ey and causing a disturbance andrestating "d fuel Report end fr einbw TMI COUNTY JUfWll COIN
As s result, he spirsled B, ton ed l..... ......'.. e* (.e... IN AND VONCOLLIgNNC Iuri (dioinind CeeenwtOrey.
bankroll of $600 of his own mono, airy escort. vital in making decisions at. 5:rat without violence lr.. of r... .t/... of the abovenemed 41-Tfucfcs Tractors arty walk .... *.rtHIM ..

ey and $0,000 in borrowed upl.tal numbers of the House of fectlng many segments of the I)A. Grad Brans was given an op. October doiadenl IH4 Tbi* 'm sop of UNTY//LONIDA Term A**MIlMPhil
N ite
into the $30.mUllon Playboy Commons, summoned w 1 t IIrre" economy Oats gathered include tine of UI or 21 days on s chargeof /*/ CLARA C DAMM 'IN' RCCttll owe TRUCKS N Ky** Hlldy' O'MM

ceremony, stood sroutd' the number and site of farms, no valid driver's license.Charges IILo"No'"w OfBOVCC ttet Hi. bat IrwbtN
your
empire. ."M S 1 iOf".OOD i ROBERT H. JAEGER
DOWNfV known
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the edges of the chamber as he acreage and harvest of crops, of assault and battery ,. .. money teeLurr
Hefner B man with s flair for ., .rt 0 MowiltAtlorfiov *. PCOOV DOWNIVP Run "I ...ke,
the sensational got his start[, queen spoke. livestock: Inventory, Information .against John C, Polly were dies for (...ut,.. *>.et.4NOTiCI aCC INC N.*.te. .he....;*'* C" hi bill

toward the big time In 19 3 3 I I In. key puoaje she raid orr tarn equipment and Improvements missed. Charlotte M. Wets wu ni Man towrheeH euM,0eIN end Street ired'tori' TO of CflOITORSAM the I Mat pfSOVCS 'Tempnrery JI ,ON1. ...North..,,_ IMALL"r'lvc" ACNC Hob*; NS

t"My government wUl initiate farm products sold, and on\ given an oiifton of $19 or 19 dayson IA.-i Plwida 11111 kuwa a. >**_ and oioitrioity. "", low dow*
when he quit his $ ... ct'0":: : :
T.i.pMno feymbor I'lttHo pcymont **ay lirm
magazine writing job to start': early action to re.stabllah the some production expendituresInformation s charge contempt of court "iT:\ h tWe. i IH4 .11I PIGGY hereby _,f,*d ond reomred' te or file* 44-Mobe!! Homes HlOM SCHOOL ARIA: tee

his Playboy necessary public ownership of also will be collectedon ind 15 or 23! da YI eMU wort le" oy aloe er demnd wMI> lh* bedroom iw* balsa air ion*
own publication l
the Iron sad steel Industry" use of fertilisers In.> he k chart IN CIRCUIT' COUfrTrwliPTM hev ei* "il sad oei.t m th. 191 Nou11 Trail.N ale e.1, I* eau /*rpt, lorg.
The with Its /K. ldyN CoflioreovMr .. ...
magatlne, pic. Mme County .. ,.n Oslo' L..Id ..5Ntrway -
-
j This policy II expected to Becticides, and herticldes. Paid J. Kelly was JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. FI.'da, w ( ..
lures of only slightly adorned I given an op. 011 **l Npi* ....,. Tr..10. rprke.L1sil1l
touch off I major parliamentary The numerators will be Ion of ISO or SO days on B chs rge 'O LIIPNCOUNY FLORIDA ''''''''* .'t.," *<. 'III leno'ermonth ', ,"at !l J14ST"II. MARLOWE AND BECK
models and svant girds fiction I frm th* 4.. *f 1ft. ,.rdwNM.I'M
bettle. trained in s special 4-day tomedud rf allowing ufuutho.-lted IN CMANCIRVNO .. AITORS
f Ihw No4 t.ekYak
person *
and article achieved a clrcula. ., ,'''
II ef lent
: Wilson's 1 government has only ) course designed to prepare .. o drive. Uontda I. English UN' 'ID SONOINO INSURANCtroMPANV 14.4..04. mud .bo HI writ 011, .'I':'!: 'a.ot rll&J
tlon of 60,000 In Its first Issue M>g and Cud *.. In* .. ... *> roe
and 113,000 B later. The B nre-vot majority la Com. them for the farm consul vas sentenced U ISO or BO days a0M.5M/ e rroli.n den o *r>d *.*' erf,t* ..,,*** o< th* tr*,len 14 t was with TV, V.ra .nee II M dwn and)
year .
man. Sir Alec Dolgtsa.Home's their crew leader .&14.Nllllamlet M a easrge of no valid driver's ,00.,01. .... to do Buoinot *i.im.ni *nd Awl be wm t* by II 1' 5 wee* Speco II o wool IIM' *.' month "N* wtoreolN4M .
current circulation U more than I license.Bonds n th* ."mH br* *(*M, of SI t *flornoy Reek c... tr.,... P... | On. ..,I. Omen Ooldon
I.' minion. Coaservstlves and the small PIpHNrlfMOMAS or t will beanie vO d M fteie City Bond* Cother -

From that start the Playboyenterprises Liberal party oppose aatlonalU of the following were or.Jered Mt1OY SAIONU AND lord in.tTSSmsi I* I.. f* 5v5en "'- .. For KentSt'oonoet County Ol'ftl'/ |/|| tf

Mtlon of the steel Industry. First estreated when defendants 1 ..NITA SAXON *. Anomey for M=:1 .. eiro "lreal"HUKVIMO .
closely held
by failed to .y1,1e Mn.n Dewy.Am. Oey woos or CAMP SITU M Collier
Attlee'B Labor to
swear
Helm sad associates, .have Clement gov.enuneot court/Beth J.Hevens TO rMOMAS Mf HRV /A.N ,'.., I11o 4 or MOM. nlS. MOTIU Ml County III ft ILlVAfiONfrom
become big business. took the steel Irxtistry To Report, Gives speeding, f 23; Mark B. AOOCM UNKNOWN SMITH CAIWOtl. VtOAB HIM or MI lilt .|IM per *". ..p. c.*,. orterm
control la 1111 after 'OJ ARC HfRIBV NOTIPllOtrtg .OWI| a .
Sale for the publishing end of muter stale 8 Votes To Harry tip rot' 5 :' / :: aea.1. .a* . flABLZ
Playboy totaled $14.( natlonallsiAg the coal ru aDd opt ,.. f.' ,,e$ yew Sy N.pio* fH>"dfnoroeri / Yf P.OAO CITY WAtiRU :
aWJOIIIII' Industries the DDCVILLC N.H First .**<. nomod PtpuMrM ... Nun above lor An.iMr* I.otMOct. M14401 Me par **r*,. Term.
,
electric NOTCH
the M fiscal year ended last June I railways,power the airlines and the (AP) The first persons to SpaceshipFor N'.,7..NI.Ood Tk* real t ,:::'lM-.1 IIts.. I .IS tf; IH .t>4NOTlCr KI/4/ Rood 501 Ares ".... S.auliful .....*. Say. >l Mr**.
reeultlrc pretax profit of |INC N INTINCOASTAL WATIPWAV
Bank England. Vote in the a.-Jon today picked Mars To He rRONTAOl eoooto
$2. million. N Ila > at No* 49-Hoirsex terrfrw
Other aatlonallta'ton! meats Republics Bam Mdwaler u -.J7 L"r'o N''e.awASefa O' /INTfNTie TOtoiSTiR Pert Revel ol one oowther
The second meet widely FICTITIOUS 05111 to o* Revel N.rbor A 01
kaowB) of Hefier'sllterprfee BTM of the Attlee regime contta.ue their choice for prestdeuall Launched Nov. aPE I vow- ,14 a '..:-"l IN. N a Mo IRst PwoK Tk. .n.*.i.5ned doe b re** ell vlLOPtM. ORIAM WIll MMtt
u .
tu> Magvs.5unn.d *) bleakhM 6WW I ....) ,,nt.rM or all.IN.
m
force bet the steel iadus. of then. O0,1t My h.i t* p pa.a
la .1ftII Cellar Ceu. PHvid
KBrxKor.: ru. AD) > >MOT I .
Playboy Club )lie nutlon&1. ( you "r jllQuiRf i. N lit Bnodwoy Eve. bi IvrnnMied komo r. term
try went bed Into private In IMC. title Umlet, all of The first I 0 trveMfy ,..... fioride m. fiMHnemo tin po montb yoer roundenlol ...
Slobs whica featare ....na... cT twoHItIptJ *. ..... ...e>er or 550*r *Mdr voder. -_ AvoiUbie 41 * ends after the Conaervatlvej shoe voters are registered Re. .ea n 'MM .> Callus f ve .iado M_ now CkerNloo Me nrse., 55 lo l II N o'ovaIHjn .
SMTP sad scantOy: coetvmed bound for Mar U to be I.tt*w- Tone .00,0.11. end .**. ..... nrmtonowmg It ._..... OIl 'm; .";:or IH ION T_.. I* IHAPLtS PlNtSTlUIOiV.IION
and AIMO
von the U51 elecUaa.TM publicans. gave son* votes to lauMbed Hpe B MI | Hyt M
boete.... sad waJtreesee.But party Wedneeday.A VOM. SBS B ayn* BxiioWp; I/ /be *MNN woe05 n me* VAkUt, Dot
..*. Bold the VUeoa Richard M Mam.TMs AtlAfeAgena rocket U to Wool ri*,'io. Si M.em, PNytdeand .sod....I .piece. */ rondomo *.. .* :lad | .,, per acre. Term*

the sundae Bad the government will "reetore eoa.: ,year the area's voters blast off during B Oeatouteperiod of t""tie tea*k*...er otiid.*.*.1.MI' t. ore CM'.. 'OW".O MAVAKABw ;. mo. Ml tr..I / If Inveetmenl'' en for Sn iomrro r.511P. I to*
4* al9 oo
lube sre only B pert of the trot of rent." and added, "Thwy Met U B hotel si id.tigM te starting at I2 t4' polo My. <* tt*> d/ ef uOtuaNN. 155 tbm. S4 of 0'.1.0.c.or PkwMioOwnre ivrtavAOCi", IKS-RISSWAV

Hemer empire. Other enter. will esta&lisB u rapidly aa toe. cut their tettatsA E T. Manner 4, M tdwrtteelsperecrsft en/0.d I oM wNNwM a dcd.n woo55 Mwve II io).a teak. CverfiedeogDWARO 5O-Iooms For lent Only"I*n s* nose from Stele

prise Include: Playboy Preee 1Dr saga B crows lands com/Hi" srtov.vttk ;to receivta all eujM votes U to be launched B 0.1.4 o1mamfw ot 0.11. ,.....4. Cb; SN NAVAHAS IBS* e.M '*'.1'' Ml Term led *OoidenAe'x .lew

book publish lag; Playboy Music wide powers to aeqiilre was Jots ruistory. RePAbtan few days later, the date depend. c.,.",..., w.. isIs .., 04 1).,_. Oerh N11ey'MamaM*f m* Cire, .* Corn*Mots0.m endjfor ROOM and Send ""it". *. "/1 down ..,..... | rare.

Corp. which prevldse talent lorBlcbt land for the _....,." CJROMJt) of Oeuincratlc Cor Meg oa how well Manner I ales IIItA".A.I' t SCOTT C*.'>*r CowMy Fierce Se '.... I Mil If Srehere C.**>
.. OIl 1.. C....... lor t*>e **id. ...... o* Comer. Ivorof
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Labor .. C.tINEt 0
clots. sod sponsors JuseoBcertsi TUB BMBBore, KlIIf1X..w. Eatlll epeserrmA u (o sp4 i., MAall 0 C .... &tI_ .,dun .. Me"M LUFF
Playboy Welts t ter. have said U designed to rata, floe of *3 ..... cross epy tor l>4 BMnduj '..IC' ca...*. tetll Woe p* *MridaV '4-TrBdej Of Sell .... Roil /dole .......
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talent end to H. .' SIAItpe 501 A.1e 04 .IMI. tit On N Ne ........
modeling Sad agency check land BpecoUOoa carporsied eom
Playboy prodttcU Ucewtace put Iud to the beet B**, A par.Uas.usry is I* B WeJU M._ Man SB BUdJvJy. tee u to 1 w.a' 0 1111e'M. .,. .:-1 liefIOsv500: w ** .CI ItM:"'d R.nohoro) II' lend e' Mil IW MrW.
', .11' NAVA5AS far Bool l' WN'0W5. 'feat! /w *,/". News M fl. W
hotel U
a resort laJasMlca tight eipected oa tall pas oar the rantaBorder lake t3 phutocrapM ef the Mr. I .1 II. .'lad 5040 o*< 1 la E' Nw 1 IIN 111, (; ,lord IM'I R>ror ,,wP.l.e.. Ttnb
sad B leetare lltre.e0 that also. face 01 Mars< t <;"ore *., FhV 4.T"--I HIM ., PHO.I* Ml 1elust. /lti1COLLIel



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Naples Junior r ;,'01 .N wt CBSYankeeDeal




Cashes In The Breaks; 1 Is Now




Rips Punta Gorda 18-7 Made FinalNEW SPdRT

YORK (AP) The New
V>rk Yankee have passed Into . . . . .. .. .. . . .
Naples Junior High's footba l stopped on the extra-point run
the hands of CBS, Yogi Brrahas
team cashed tn on two llrst- to leave the score 120.
put his contract in tilt
half break and downed Puma A long Punta Gorda punt Ian hand of the Yankees and Whl.tr 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Neelee, Fli? Tu.rdey Nov.mbr }, 1144
Gordai Hurricanes 18-1 1, before in the second quarter put Naples \ Ford has put his shoulder In
a mill crowd at the high In a hole. In trying roget the hands l of surgeons.
school field Saturday afternoon. out of danger, the Panthers The nuch-discussd, much.
Tits victory boosted the local! attempted a buck-lateral pay' criticized purchase of the Van.
club's record to 3-1-1 with one but the lateral was high and less by CBS became official Shadowlawn Wildcats

game to go. Punta Gorda closed wide,and Humane tackle Gary Monday( with only a terse, 54.
Its season with a 2-4 mark. Moran fell on the ball in the end w rd statement confirming the

A Thursday night home crap zone. Hans Menzer, at 210 transaction that brought co.
owners Dan Topping and Del Claw
with the pounds the Tice Tigers
tough Fort Myers Jun biggest player on Webb $11.2 million for 80 per
for High team wtl be the final the field, ran in the extra pointto cent of the club. -
Naples this put the visitors back In the
season.
grid contest
There had been speculationthat
BY DAVID LYON owlawn out In front, 12.0, short
An Intercepted and a ball game. the transaction
pass might bring FORT MYERS-The cages t ly before halftlme.
blocked punt resulted In a 12- VISITORS CAN'T GAINIn ALERT DEFENSE paid about an antitrust suit. The young Shadowlawn Wildcats polIshed Shadowlawn picked up three
0 Naples! lead in the early the third quarter, Punta off with an 187! victory Justice Department has ac.knowledged off the Tlce Tigers Satur first downs In s thirdquarterdrive
golnj. After Puma Gor 1 11: 60r Gorda had the ball for only for Naples Junior High'sfoolball that It 1* investlgat.Ing day night, 19-0, for the first vie that ran out of steam at
a gift touolidawi Ji' : I)'rn four which lost totalof team hoe Saturday the sale but ha* given no tory by the East Naples team Ir the Tlce 14. Oly Cowles car.
a
plays,
nsJftlma.lui 'int'\,:: ". > :: vch five afternoon Above, Indication a* to its ultimate their first season of Pop Warner rled three times for 28 yardsIn
Naples moved
Bill Marshall d i defensive yards. halfback decision. football. this series.
put on s y >(> Sidney Johnsonof
well In this period,getting three Under the term of the deal,
show li the second half! Punta Gorda brought The Wildcats had offensive
first downs and 61 is Topping remain of
and added a fourth-period driving yardson down president trouble In their first three games, PICKS OFF PASS
by daik-shlrted
one sequence before being the Yankee with a five-year which probably was to be expected Tlce finally got a first down
touchdown to clinch 'the de Doug Peterson and Don contract while Ralph Hoik who
,
stopped on the Hurricane 19. because of the team'i late In the third quarter, and
cision. Don Lightnrr, back to punt ran LiKhtner (hidden behind was raised to vie president, inexperience. But a week ago the added two more In a drive to
On the visitors' first sequence 'if yards on the fake play to Peterson) ate a short also will continue as general Shadowlawn boys showed pro. midfield Terry Conant of the

of plays in the l g.mie!: highlight this series gain. Right, Dill Donovan manager mill by scoring two touchdown Wildcats ended the Tigers' drive
they got a first down on a pass- Punta Oordi was unable to ((23) picks off Punta Gor- Berra, who was not allowed to against the Naples Hawks, anc with an Interception, and Shadow.

Interference penalty against wove much and on the first da pasa and returns 14 continue replaced as by manager Johnny and Keane was further Improvement was showr lawn proceeded to march 51 yardsIn
Naples. But a couple plays at Tlce. five plays to score the final
yards before Jim
after upfield
play thefourth-downpunt, signed a two-year contract with
later Punta Gorda fullback Plnellas Park'stough Thunder touchdown.
JimSavasuk's
tailback Savasuk rides him out of
Bill Donovan the Yankees
Naples to
serve as a spe.
Evans
off birds will meet the Wildcats gained nine around right
by Mike Matuslak piss was of picked powered through right tickle] bounds. (NEWS photo) slat field consultant. next Saturday at Naples as partof end to start the drive, then quar.
Naples.He .
and ran 44 yards to score. The .t" t However, rumor still persist a football twin bill co-featur terback Jerry Cooksley passed
while sprinted the 58 yards to score extra point again was no good 4 ed that Berra might wind up re. Ing a Hawks-Tice game. 22 yards to end Jackie Sorber,
bench and
Naples 18-7, + P M1 t uniting with Manager Casey Shadowlawn recovered nicely who made a fine catch of Co ks.ley's .
fans cheered. A fumble ruin- Frazier Picks Stengel of the New York Met
Don Lightner was the outstanding after Dave Me Knight of Tlce ran long throw. Two plays lost
ed the extra-point run. Naples defensive pliy Clay To Beat by serving as a coach back the opening kickoff 49 yards 10 yards, but Evans came through

NAPLES BUCKS PUNT er, making tackles all over the 1- I The rumor were given added to the Wildcats' 16. The Tigers on third down with a 30.yard
Impetus by the disclosure that were able to sprint around right end to make
Sonny Liston gain only seven
After the kickoff pumiBorda field. He was given fine support Berra' contract has a claise
yards In four plays, and the It 18.0.) Cookkley added the 19th
picked up s first down but eventually by Davis Larry Lee, Fin. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Joe stipulating he Is free to break visitors took over.ROMPS point on a sneak.
was forced to punt. Sa ley Doug Peterson Donovan, Frazier, 1964 Olympic heavy. the contract If he wants to. With time running out,the Wild

vasuk's kick was blocked by and several others. PumsGor weight boxing champion, picked. 47 YARDS cats threatened again,finally run.
Doug Peterson and Phil Flnley, da had only 21 net yards In world heavyweight champ Cas. Later In the first quarter,ring out of downs on the one.
Naples taking possession on the the second half and 80 for the alas City to defeat Sonny Llston Forty PlayersIn halfback Bob Evans gave the yard line In this series, Whidden
Punta Gorda 26. game. Naples had s total offense In their return bout this monthIn Wildcats a big shot In the arm ran for 19 yards and Cooksley
Golf
Fullback Tom Morton gained of 131 yards, mostly In Boston. Notre Dame Rated OutingAt by dashing 47 yards around right passed IS yards to end Tom
three yards on first down, then the second half. "Clay Is in better physical Top The MooringsForty end before Me Knight brought him Cowles for a first down on the
Benny Roome hit Jerry Davis shape," Frazier told the Touch. down. A lost fumble ended the five Tlce buckled down and stop.
down Club's weekly luncheon members of the Greater drive on the seven, but when ped the Wildcats, however.
with a pass on the 14, and the I'',. hi (Insi 1 46 pllchina. appear Monday. "You know, It's touch Naples Men' Golf Association Tlce was not able to move, Tony McKnlght was the outstanding
smallish wingback romped into In, e_ rot' the( San Frincni II i to beat a guy who came up from College Team In Nation playet at The Moorings Sunday Whldden broke through and runner and defensive player for
the end zone to complete the r, ."1' /Hub Show mud onh me the Golden Gloves and went on morning In the regular monthly brought down would.be punter Jerf Tlce, showing lots of speed and
23-yard pl y. Bill Donovan was i 1/11/ to win in the Olympics" outing of the group. Competition Biggs, who fumbled a bad snap drive. Shadowlawn defenders
Notre Dame, assured of Its The next four teams in last; was In foursomes, each ball fl. and couldn't get the klckawaYon were led by Tom and Oly Cowles,
first winning season since 1938, week's rankings held their poe I. gored In the scoring,with birdie* the Tice seven. Jackie and Bill Sorber, Evans,
stormed to the top of The Asso. tions-Alabama third, Arkansas i counting three, par two and The Wildcats sent Evans Goodnight, Whldden, and Conart,
elated Press major college foot fourth, Nebraska fifth and Ten bogey one. around right end again, and he
ball poll today, gaining a nar. a* sixth Oregon, No 7 last: The winning foursome,with 111i covered the distance to put Shad. Georgia Tech
row margin over Oilo: State, week, dropped from the Top i point., was comprised of Tom owlawn In front, 5-0. A pass for ,
leader for the previous two Ten a* a result outs 10.8 loss to i Abbott,Vernon Allen, Burt Wal. extra point was Incomplete. Miami FreshmanTo
weeks Stanford. worth, and Dewey Craig. Close The Wildcats' defense, which
The revitalized Irish, unbeat. behind with 110 point were Rol. has done a good job all season, Play In 1965JACKSONVILLEAP
en in six games, drew 29 of 48 Tail Ten teams with first lie Rice, Dick Robert,, Don Paged stopped the Tigers, and Shadow. )
1 1Ip 1V 1r first-place votes and 4SO points place]I votes in parentheses an and Sam England lawn took over on the Tiger 29 -Freshmen football teams of
in the weekly poll cf sportswrlt. :!points on a 1094 basts Third place whent to the four. after a short punt. The Wild. Miami and Georgia Tech will
ers and sportscasters. The 1. Notre Dam ((29)i ) 460' some of Jack Winters, Art Faul. ',cats scored In six plays. The play a game in Jacksonville In
Buckeyes, also 8-0, received 11 2. Ohio State ((11) 421 coner, Fred Pauly and Doc Bar. running of Gary Goodnight, Steve 19GS. I
votes for the top spot and 424 3. Alabama (7) 385 rett. Their core was 105 points overall, 4. Arkansas (I) 310' > The December 8 outing will 'sequence Goodnight had the long County announced proceeds will
Ip Ipt Notre Dame moved to the 5. Nebraska 259 be played at Palm River Golf I gain of 13 yards, and Evans cov. be used for Kiwanis scholar
front with a surprisingly easy 8, Texas 175 and Country Club. red the last five to put Shad. ships
40.0 triumph over Navy last 7. Georgia Tech l78. .. r
Saturday. At the same time, Li. State 116
Ohio Stale had trouble outlast. 9. Florida 90
Ing Iowa 21.19. 10. Purdue 85

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That Paddle Wheel
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Not Just DecorationThat


paddle wheel steadily Ont J Joke making the rounds
churning the water In the Beach has It that Edwin A. Jones, co.
PIIIL DARBYSH1RE ((1)I ), pro at Big Cypress, showing trophies to Mr Club like between the 10th tee and owner of the club, sank his old.
and Mrs Rob Flaker which will be awarded to the winners and runner the 18th fairway is causing a lot time Ohio River boat, "Th Ad.
ups In the Til-County Mixed Twosome Tournament to be played at the of comment mIni Jones," In the Beach Club +
Big' Cypress and The Moorings counts, November 7 and 8. The tourna Born people think It'. just lakeand the paddle wheel and
ment is sponsored by the Edjrewater Beach Apartment Hotel. All decoration Others say it's in. nameplate are all that's left show
tended to aerate the water to inc Jones denies It.
entries must be In the mail or delivered to tho Club pros by today In ttJeti
help the fish. Punsters say A NEWS reporter decided tofind
order that pairiuira be made.
may It's a mechanical ball washer out the acts. .
Actually, the paddle wheel is
'an important addition tothe Beach
Club's condlttoninf system.

Water Is pumped out d the lake, ;.' .
HotnewDodge which borders the north side of "..
"
the 18th fairway, and circulates ij',
through the hotel alrcondltlonlng co
system, and then returns to the
lake on the south aide of the fair. ..

at a new lower price.Coronet way. On Itareturntrlp.tlltwatlft.mperaturt Is hlgherlhanlhalin

the lake, and pouring over the
6fl) -the best selling new c .u Dodge history And : 8f; TW
wheel, It Is aerated and cooled.
why not ? Coronet comes on big In all departments Inside, fgll- 41 The whole Idea was conceived
size' room and comfort. Up front a choice of seven engines i bJ H B Watkins, Beach Club co.

ranging to 426 cubic inches On the rear window stickers, owner, aa h* took a trip on the

prices that begin lots lower than those of any full-tin Dodges Ohio Jones.River" aboard "111'Admiral

m years Everywhere, more fun In the Coronet 500 shown

for example bucket seats. console carpeting all.vinyl interiors, ,v

padded dash and V8 engine are standard And clean, THE # +
eye-catching beauty ? That's COlon rAv.4W .
t .HI over Who says f t
you can\ please all of the people i I mnet sura BUJ. Cqf1'lmG '

going. to give it a try. Drive one M>.'11 i ---
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L-- i lust n aK i I'g 'In hr.' .n "i< titjriawhi'i' could I I a irolfinK touch

s lM nmhatantmu 1 COUNTRY to the paddl.h' i near the Beach Club mh gir 'Pn. See storyMcGrath

e S 1t1 yeaW CLUB ( photo)

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with the lestFACIUTIES
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in Southwest Florida MIAMI

for Country Club Racing ProgramMIAMI

LIVINGGOLFING New Year Round Daily Schedule oughbMd racing(AP) -FTnrkds'n Mtsoo'sdoescl Thor.

open until Thanksgiving Day,
CHRYSLER Naples Te Miami
DOOM DIVISION +C5 but enough. horses are on hand
1 11 hale CW _.>* C.W w
MOTOM COHFOMAIION tMUl. *. >flSWIMMING e M pier. 745AM.: 1130 A.M 3.45 P.M.MUml II) stage a racing program now
Tropical Park, which opens)
65 Dodge CoronetROBIN'S Te Naples& site the 110,000 Hurricane Han.
AAU tut peel TJ'i .0' i W tfkHOMCSITES 9.03< ) A.M. 215PM dicap on Xov 28, has tt head
le...4 .....,... --'-.... 500PM. In lilt still Hialeah reports 14

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ST. NORTH NAPLES, FIA I.'.* ft 51 t. IW 2)411 NE UltI .:u go after almost $6 miiooaIn.
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Jehovah's Witnesses I




Hear Keynote AddressOn



Ibs'T'R 'Our Divided World'"Our


I j : Divided World la It StaT, SaU said, "Deflnltel not
Here to Stay?" was the keynote according to the Lord's pra era r
address of the three-day circuit outlined for Christians In Mat.
convention of Jehovah's Wltnes clew 1:9, 10 by Jesus who pray
sea at Fort Myers' Terry park.J eel 'Let your kingdom come
Sala, district director for Let your will take place as 111.
ry 4 / the Southeastern United State, heaven, also upon earth' This
listed the causes for our divided means beavenlv unity on earth
world AS being politics, religion and an end to division forever 4 4
racial discrimination and ec.onomlc In tilt loncludingcommenttithe (
inequality. New Ycik minister strongly
4
Enumerating these causes, urged all Christians not to remain .
; Sala said, "Incompatible politl. In 'the unity of being In
I.rN I.
4 I cal ideologies< cause divisions, the wilderness together as de
hundreds of religions with con. scribed by noted writer, Carl
flitting; beliefs cause divisions, Sandbwg "Refuse to be part 65
racial disclmtnation poses a of that wilderness of disunity and
major obstacle to unity and so: division by studying the Word of
v, cial divisions which have come God O'Uy then will the ag.4ong
bout because of economic in* hope of an undivided world of VOTERS turned nut hI ally! in Naples cnilv this morninjr The" long ballot
equality all contribute to peace and unity as described by uhu-h Included 1' m< ulments" apioai'rt to slow down the voting process
s divided world Internationally kit become our personal fJ.a11U. and long lines 'dl'III1'I> The photo' taken ;.it thl' Naples Fire" Station was typical .
nationally, on a statewide scale, lion," he added of the Nnplinia. (NEWS photo)
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING and election of officers of the Palm on a community basis and on a B. W. Hooper convention
River Women's Golf Association was held this morning at the club personal family. level." chairman, discussed the topic, .
house. Officers clortnd. seated from left are : :Mrs H. S. Weaver, "Moat alarming though"Sala "Maintain a Right Standing with
treasurer ; Mrs. J. F. Brossart. chairman ; Mrs. Robert F. Russell, continued, "Is the general con. OoJ' '.- based on Phlllppians, GOP Disclaim
Vice 1'residentNamed 3 Youths Sent
sensus of opinion that Ood I* to chapter 2, verse IS. J. Sala -
tournament chairman ; and Mrs William Clew, handicap chairman.
closed he convention with the
blame for the present divided i
Standing from left : Mrs. John R. Tallin, secretan ; Mrs Stanley Grint world." subject, "I. ,,"i1) Yourselves for Today Gets Write-In Push To State School
and Mrs. Edgar Best, board members. Mrs Carl N. Anderson board Quoting freely from the Bible, Future Aitivth."
member was not present for the photo "All ladies in the area including Sala noted the real Instigatorof Hlgtilt ht of Ihn! swnbly was Security Guard By Judge StanleyJudge

Naples and Bonita Spring are invited" to join. You do not differences that cause dlvU the mass .h4'th"; :' 16: new ad. WASHINGTON (AP) Withtoday'l For Negro Leader Richard M.Stanla .
committed
need to be a property owner at Palm River," Mrs Hroasart announced slons when he referred to Rev herent-i I. ili.' I. i".. These Yare election will come an three
The to the slate
(NEWS photo) elation, chapter 12: and versa 9, led In a,' from children of school innovation In security precau.alone ]Republican WASHINGTON National tAP Committee) division of children's youths training
called Dev to jiiJ of retire
and said, 'The one aft n "n 'vivnen
mini the Wit. protettlon the vicepreatdenl.eleet has| dihilaiitod; an knowledge schools Monday, after hearing
for
11 and Satan who Is misleadingthe a Uaptxro
and his family ,t" cuniiMi, to write In Dr. they committed auto theft and
a it
better In the entire world' is the nesaos I. an outward" display of
even coming reapon
whether they want It or not. :'Martin Lirth' Jr. fur grand larceny/ of equipment from
Palm River r King president.
Women "
Elect weeks sable one and not the Cod of their peisonal nvdltsttan heart Thus, under 1(62 law, some. { the had
ear they taken
I Waver noted. that the. f r.- lUiUy if. dfifrlbftd {\It the (9 to conform (their win tq the dq time 'ipnljut Secret Service The Negro Integration t.ad.rrl'ltidla'.a
male""f olfers are finally flitting books 'of the Inspired Scrip. lag if God's will fey will re agents will begin guarding el. the drive Monday A tt.year.old girl and a 15-
turn to their horn immunities year.old.boy, previously put on
"break"at tui. ther Sen. Hubert II.
a Humphrey
Mrs. Brossart Chairman long-awaited to the question (tolling news conference In
Next
turning mlniUMfassociated
a.'tl\ and his family at Minneapolis or probation by the J Judge,were om
Palm River with the Installation Atlanta. MI to risk
willing s
am
Is Our Divided World Here to with lln' 1 local congregation.pesrsnoa William : Miller milted along with a l.ye..r.old
Rep E. and his ;
all ladles It was announced of ladles' tees "wellup guess I ih" it 11 was supporters ofSet .
Mrs. J.F. Brossart was open to family at CNcott, N.Y. boy who apparently '", >ereil
contrived
I < idw ier who
<
elected chairman of the Palm It Is not necessarythat front j the auto theft and collaborated
Win or lose, a guard will I* "
a.T; SUM inn 11''"OJIC"mwon4 trIC9aalalaa I tills vinoels' act.
River Women's Golf Association members own propeny at "We've been aware that the hion Preslilunt, Johnson. II "Thl .j iruwl and vicious with the other two In taking the

st an organizational meetIng Palm River. regulation course" Is too toughfor AtrpOlwJpjIN 4s Sen. Barry OoMwaler wins the ,Menu< I r nfuss Negro voters equipment
held this morning. In other plans for the season the ladles said Weaver F.ATB fs presidency, the guard that hiM I and nullify their votes," said "This commitment Is done with
Other officers elected Included at Palm River Buck Weaver "but held up location of the been on him during the campaign King, 'i din nut s eandldalef1: one thought In minds that you will
: Mrs. H.S. Weaver treasurer secretary of Palm River Estates tees until we got a broader female will be maintained. U he In mhliigtnn, s spokesman learn something st the truing
; Mrs. John R. Collln sndCoumryClub.announ- opinion as to Just wherewe Notes loses, that guard will bedropped. ; f>ir tlm :i vpul:: liran National school that will keep you out oCHalford

secretary; Mrs.Robert F.Russell ced that 14 additional electric should spot them." ,. __ ;at>,r.."ams5t','. .etsstasrslNrstaatraraaau .-...- Commutim sold: "We know Hate Prison" Judge
this week The ladles' tees now -- "- I nnttiln .1 i ut it. The Repunll. Stanley remarked. Their conduct
tournament chairman; and cans will arrive to spotted In the lest 49 ,.a,.. 92 rnvci'
Mrs. William Cleg, handicap go with the 16 already at the temporarily will he made Naples Airlines last week on an wr-lncrtas- canes have cached the tlll- 'rout N ....I| fommlttdte has no while at school dotermlMilne
chairman. permanent shortly, said Weaver hauled 66 passengers, matching indfraquency.TUt : nen'.1' l Uniletl gulls. knl"'lI length of their stay, he said.ii .

Plans for the tournaments and club."We've been pleased with the with regulation mounding! rhe! total set for the week ll-j aserjr} Lockheed -
otter: activities of the association increase In the amount of playat and markers. before As might be ejqwct was ferried to Sabring for newengines
are being formulated and the club,"Slid Weaver."and Palm River, formerly open ed this time of year, most of ''ast Thursday, and
will be announced soon. Mrs. appreciate the nice comments only six days a week will be ,the .afflc Is Inbound to Naples hoi*. ,10 !Lat will be back 1 &dt7od1e
Brossart ssid. MembershipIn about the Improvements in the open every day Including Mon as the winter residentsand 111 SCivln' JIOUIK I ; the lOthj Of
the ladles*' organization Is course. We plan to make It days from now on visitors put In their ape this ntomii bun propellers-
wire ISH, in spa,' Locks
prior 10' Its 1'1,0(11.i ''i( to Sebrltw,
a 1i t utter the .itgltw diangp' ucompk
More Pictures On The Swamp Buggy Parade 'INI l it v I M I 1 K: : fiown dl'

newly i > "Nap >'.> ready for service Covirage--
QU the ''id,.ht !fins lathe
K, 'i i'Ilf it lag ... nieaiiMfDc' r' larger ship U
1 C missed occiilonalfy as the

load:. are building and neoessitmis -
the running! nf wo small
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r } I'D er ships to hurdle. the demand
,. wdA on many of the 'll...hti. The I-
place TwnCe3nslA.ls s lieluled -

: to arrive In Naples next I
Monday, and the tllanohhu! s
equipment should relieve the f

scheduling prolnains wt art

a la, d a e now xperio( K'Irg. 'r\
Those rI.Ii'cg Naples Miami
last week iiicludrdt Gen CJJ.

June Mri. 0( P'nser, JJ.
Hudson, Mr. .iid Mrs. Hi r man
Tee or, ju'tut neisciimam,
Mr. and '.Ir.. > ash isn, E.Pocrr .
and M< a. N. Gram
r'han-.. 'llgnr-! ttr oper'|
led'' to T J i t i,S'il Hirer,
'T .ah.... :, EMU: ind Mi*
I
a, il f" the weak .
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National:

M.'tuu/ine r

\ i FUI Sun:; Flavor
TALLAMAMEI CAP) 1'1.'
tllI",1 l rniRa/lne/: adveillstftC Is
|".i< I ID hell promote, the Slater
1L a Ir >l artiM'nl << Agriculture's
massive SenFLAvor program to
make known KlorWa Agrtcullur I I Id
al pr S arLA' ur. sooordlng teagrt
> > ltw dtreeiar Doyle Con.
ner, will represent "the _at.',
very /ll'IIst, uauallx In esceas of
U4 trades, 4ea.gi.td to meet '
the kounewtfe.sires:, a4 ne..!e of the 'Jtat! What! (If OVA

He aM till priigi ue wu "the
gresl> tt sti-fle Marketing effortin
f1 'I''a o< rld. We want
I' i ir ir funt p4ngfulde.\"i,.to bee,.. a Shrip Mq %' eM


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Immoknlcc Ladies .. .. .
THE DAILY NEWS
Plan) Seal Sale .
new .fI". ....,." .,.

r pp group of ImmokaKa &tl cer.f e ef Cellier Qt bt
will meet Wednesday morning Geary tnrewfk the
at the IkaKti Curds In Immokaiac -
sel4 lrcletie, ef
t 10 sun work on material
for die Cnier County TO THE DAILY HEMS'

Health "U<
Christmas tea) campaign, h < .*'ee e.ell.Vle, (e a ; ((14'
run been announced Coun-
by
DAILY NEW S sites,.
I Chairman Sara Jones.vivon .
inurtnad In firing (.lien .h.tI f> The

+ a hand will be welcome to do NAPLES' ADVERTISER ;

I -w t+ so. Mrs. Jones said. II rill here te*>etVlnfte

sell Cellist Ce.,.tfleiUeett f. '

7 'INVESTIGATE!: .'

Parade'jnnera fh. f e"r.9* ef'".d ky

SWAMP UGGIEi- ".,**bea.see" THE HEWS ADVERTISER N
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entry.FLOATS. and Women of the MOOM Ceokleetie Tke cat! laaesplslagfy j' .e

".... tile Fahaa.kateftee" Low, feel

PAr.ADFSJUSTOLDTUTt., firm, : F-(r.."' rl.ub.! "lull"" f w...*'.Onto Phase 2-2107,a,,4 esk let

it-, has *f 1dn 'J, <"% rnn, 'f 't> 1 I', "1P and Maytag' harem float.Ualt The U."hl" De"
Bu. : Pai-adic If./ .. 'I( -. (t .r\\ H CKOUFS Junior. .. .. .. .. .. .
Deputy Cte aJ fort Mye/s.ICIe.rlllHrlIo
'" if the parH'l- < nr' ,. GIg
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7,500 Cheer Buggy Racers Benny Collins New King.




Ann Davis Wins in good condition by the hospital There were only three entries 12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N."." ".? TuW>y, NwtmbM I. I 164 I
Monday. In the six and eight-cy .
Collins romped to victoryas linder, four-wheel drive class, -
Her Second Puff f1G In his home state, Texas
die feature race continued and Paul Piper of Lake Placid ; ,
despite Hatcher's accident led most of the way to finish t Election. e JctaaXMsaid::
1 total commit-
BY DAVID> LYON Paul Piper of Lake Plaeld was first with Spastic Grasshopper.This '4 pledge my
., (Continued from pare I) inert to preserve peace white
second and the other woplaces race saw the dethrone protecting freedom. I want to
Benny Collins of Miami finally were taken by Martin MaClli's ing of 1963 Swamp Buggy King odated Press member newspapers reduce the threat of nuclear war
won the title Gf f Swamp buggy and Jeep.FILMED. Tony Caruso Immokalee.who t and bureau across the to maintain presidential control .
Buggy King on the mUe-o-mud nation brought reports of mod
had to settle for second place over our nuclear weapons
Sunday afternoon, after mechanical BY NBC behind Piper In Rain Drop. erately heavy voting The. to strengthen our alllances- -
difficulties the previoustwo The race action was Mimed After the feature three local ; t weather generally was favor.able and to advance the cause of
years had foiled his efforts by NBC television camera office-holders delighted the j the and advance it appeared forecast probablethat at a freedom around the world."
to win the big prize. crews for use on a network crowd with their racing antics r y record 71 million ballots wouldbe In San Francisco, where in
Collins achieved his triumph sports program late next win in a special "grudge race" reached, It not surpassed July he became the GOP candidate
aboard his machine"Trouble" ter. NBC cameramen had covered The Judges decided Naples 1 In 1960, when there were few. Goldwater said:
,,. "I pledge to you, no matter
the same buggy which had given the hour-long Swamp Bug Mayor Archie Turner was first r er voters, the national total was the cost, that from the first dayI
him plenty of trouble In the gy parade the previous day. "because he drove the biggest 68.8 million ballets cast. set foot in the White House
1962 and 1963 races. In each Monster traffic jams formed one," Crowell's Texas mon- Since there are more registered until the day leave that I will
of those years his buggy was before and after the races along Democrats than registered level with you, that I will give
the fastest entry,but he drown- the principal routes to and from ster.Turner and County Judge Republicans, backers of you an honest administration,
ed out In 1962 and broke down the swamp buggy grounds on Richard Stanley came out Johnson believed a heavy turn. that I will tell you the truth."
their
out was favorable to can.
last year. Radio Road. Cars going to the losers as far as staying clean dldate, the overwhelming favor. Both took note, at least indirectly
Collins' ambitions to win the event at one point were backedup was concerned. Both got tossed its in all the polls. of the polls.
big prize this fall were whetted solidly from the track west into the mud after the race. On the other hand Goldwa. By voting for him, Goldwatersaid
by his first-place finish in the on Radio Road, south on Airport Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry was erE ter's supporters have argued "you can prove that you
still
run this country not the
February exhibition races or Road, and west some distance fastest in the field, but the that in past elections many con. politicians, not the pollsters not
the same winding course. Davis servatlre-minded voters have
Blvd.
along judges placed him second. the computers, none of these"
"Trouble"gave him no trouble Late-comers missed out on Turner blazed a new trailas stayed at home, believing there Johnson spoke like a man who
then, and on Sunday Collins seeing the first race, a special the race began bypassing was no great choice between thought he had it in the bag
steered his buggy through the event for air-cooled buggies the "potato patch" and head- the candidates. Their hope was "The campaign is over," he
muck and water without Inci won by Joe Nemechek of ing the wrong way around the --' R that a big turnout meant many said "Our work after this election
past stay-at-homes were takingthe
dent. Naples Most of these mach- backstretch. Hendry and Judge opportunity to vote for a will be to heal the woundsof
ines were powered by one-cy Stanley were infuriated at Tur conservative candidate.As the campaign and to rebuild
BE CROWDA the unity of the people."
Under
engines. ner's short-cutting antics S there
always
was a race
record crowd of about 7- There was only one hear in and set out In hot pursuit of : by a few isolated precincts with Both candidates, and both
600, filling all available seats the four-cylinder, two-wheel him, while the crowd roared.A I ( only a handful of voters to be their mates,vice-presidential made their political running
and standing and sitting on banks drive class and Hatcher won it muddy time was had by the first In the nation with all reputations here in Washington
at the east end of the track, In Big Bad John. That victory all contestants in the beard- votes In and counted as members of Congress
applauded Collins' efforts. The qualified him for the feature Johnson was the first voter to
growing competition. DonJones But: today they were back
slim and youthful-looking Cityof later in the day. won first place, the judges decided cast Ms ballot in his precinct where: they began, and their
No. 4 in Blanco TexasMrs. .
County,
Miami crane operator Perennial Jeep class winner for the second straight home towns had an alUAmerl.
Johnson was second
accepted the handsome buggy- Martin MoGlll of Naples was year. As the decision was read, voted the straight Democratic They can ring: Johnson In Johnson
king trophy from Swamp Buggy first again in Alley Cat, beat- losing contestants turned on ticket. City, Tex.; his vice-presidential
official George Belyea. Ing three other contestants. Jones and gave him a thorough e Johnson seemed to be confident candidate, Sen Hubert H. Hum.
Then he took Queen Penny Then MoGlll came back to capture mudbath. I 1 of victory. Asked by a phrey, In Waverly Minn; Gold-
.p- in Phoenix Ariz. and hi.ru"nlnl .
water ,
Salmon for a ride around the the four-cylinder, four- Danny HutchlnsonofSarasota newsman what he would do to mate, Rep. William E.
track on "Trouble." After wheel drive competition aboard "sprinted" through the mireto heal the wounds of the cam. Miller in Olcott, N.Y.
the ride, Collins parked in the Boomerang, also a frequent take first place In the foot- palgn and unite the nation, the
middle of the track and took winner in its class.TEXASSTYLE. race of about 150 yards along President replied: "I'm going to
the queen for a stroll try to make the government as
through the main .
the mire. Before Collins left, straightaway.Injured <% \ bipartisan as possible" Priceless Gems

he accepted good-sized purse Among the heat-race win- t'IderReported The nation's first returns
from event officials ners in this class was David I r'rs t.. ( ., came from the tiny mountain Missing Alleged
One accident marred the long Crowell's giant-sized contraption 'tip ; community of Dlxvllle, N.H. Us ;
'Good' eight voters all registered Republicans *
afternoon of racing. In the big which came to Naples to ; ,/It\ finished balloting at
Get BondMIAMI
feature race, won by Collins, race all the way from Addlcks, The Naples Community Hospl. :.!I\ ;" 12.01 a.m. EST. The tally Gold. Yeggs
his chief challenger Jack Hat- Tex. It plodded right throughthe tal reported this morning that C water 8, Johnson 0. rAP)-Priceless gems

cher overturned "Big Bad mud, but its lumbering gait the condition of Robert E, Smith, HOW SWEET IT IS Newly crowned Swamp Buggy Queen Penny While they're picking a president stolen from the New York Mu.
John" while going pell-mell was no match for the lighterand Injured In Sunday's Swamp Bug. American voters will also sewn of Natural History were
Salmon kiss from Joe of
receives congratulatory
through the tight"potatopatch" more souped-up racing bug gy race accident was "good." a Belvea, president be electing 25 governors 33 still missing today but three,
turn. gins In the class runoff. Smith, riding with Jack Hatch Swamp Buggy/ Days Inc? durin": Beach Club coronation ball. Forty senators, 435 House membersand men were under heavy bonds in
Hatcher and his rider Robert Collins led the field in the Ir In a buggy which overturned, local I girls competed for the title this year (McGrath photo) a host of state and local connection with their disappearance ,'
received a broken vertebra, bro. officials r
Smith were taken by ambulanceto six and
eight-cylinder
two- ken ribs, broken shoulder blade Right down to the wire, almost Jack Murphy, 27, a blond
Naples Community Hospital. wheel drive class He turned and a badly cut Up, It was r*. Hatcher driven buggy hit a snaf; FPU Won't Rule every opinion poll and aquatic clown, and Allen Kuhn,
Hatcher, more shaken up than back Duane Daniels, steering ported. Hatcher, only slightly and flipped over. The men wen drew the fire Of Democrats whofin *I political sign pointed to Presl. 26, a red-haired scuba diver,
hurt, was released within a the speedy Jack Hatcher Spec- injured In the accident was treat. wearing seat belts which snappei I Movie Film said the companies might be vi o. dent Johnson in a walks- gained their liberty list night
short time. Smith received ial, in a fast-moving heat race, ed at the hospital for cuts and when the buggy overturned toting state Uw against poiiti.way, possibly by the largest after posting $20,000 bonds eachon
cracked rib and several cuts and Collins breezed to victory released ---- 'Welfare State' cal contributions. popular.vote margin in modern state and federal charges.
and bruises and was reported in the class runoff. The accident occured when the drive Carefully And Lire presidential history. Their bonds originally were set
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The The commissioners saw the* at $100,000 each.
Sen. Goldwater is used to
Florida Public UtllitlesCommls. But
film and then said they had nt<

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