The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ticket Splitting,? Marks Big Turnout Council

,. "O! County Goes For Barry BusinessCity Council Wednesday

f morning denied one oversized-
sign application and approved
fi two permit for non-conformllV

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.0 > BY DAVID LYONIn By JACK BELL J at station*** The Mooringsand
: at Pauiqierjon'a were ap
v : 1 what may have been a WASHINGTON (AP)-Preal. proved. They are of conform-

r record turnout, Collier Coun dent Johnson capped nil mu. Ing size, but the revolving stun -
sly, election victory with a call
ry voters trooped to the polls of them classed them u.pect.cul.r
Tuesday and did quite bit today for national,.l'fCIlor unity t likely whileRepublicans alms, requiring
of ticket-splitting. latra-pany" struggle lor control Council approval
Approximately 6.695 Collier of the defeated OOP. A consumptlon-on-premlses. I
CountUns, or TT.4 per cent of Riding the crest of a record. beer license for Oscar Montgomery
the 8,502 registered voters, smashing victory margin over was approved. Montgomery -
cast ballots In the November Sen. Barry Goldwater Art. f plans to operate a bar-
1964 general election /There root, Jonnaon called on his fellow 4 becue business at 839 Fourth
were few. local Issues but a Americans to "far* the I1 Avenue South. Council told
hard-fought presidential campaign world a* one," City Attorney David Splnglcr
The President prepared to accounted for the high to draw up an amendment to
Y V meet at Ida Texas ranch with
I' turnout of this Co>mtY. the distance requirement be-
tit Ben Huber" H, Humphrey of
k ? the 60
Balloting was per
s" ." at Minnesota who, will serve as wean places selling alcoholic
cent level or higher In all his vice president Johnson had I beverage and ,dioola. The
three Naples precincts and In high words of praise for his present measurement Is from
,..:f.:, the two North Naples polling "happy warrior" running mate the school! front entrance, but
a places Isles of Capri's small and said In a statement early the amendment would measure
Precinct 2 again recorded a today that Humphrey had made the distance from the point of
... perfect 100 per cent vote with no mistakes In the lone ram
;ir; 1Jl 33 out of @6 appearing In per palgn. (Continued on page I)

,, <,.\ r. son and the' other two voting 'ONE PlEOFLg'!;

absentee. The 56.ytar.old President, a
Giving evidence of ticket* who has served 354 days since 7 No Bitterness
Y splitting Collier County voters the aiaaastnitlon. of President
gave good majorities to John P. Kennedy, said early
Republican Presidential hope- today In Austin Tei., that no
ful BarryGolctw.teraDlIlUghtedge words were adequate "to really About Defeat
egress the filing of this occa.
to Republican governor sion." 4 ,
candidate Charles Holley. "Mori of all," he said,Ml wish
Coldwater lost statewide and to be equal to your confidence Barry To LBJ
nationwide, and Holley lost and to the hopes of all of 1'141\)
statewide But Collier voters people of America.
gave big margins to Senator He said thai now hut the PHOENIX, Aria. (AP) -_?
Spessard Holland and Coo- election Is over Americans must Bury Goldwaier conceded his

gressman Paul G, Rogers, who "face the world as one." crushing: defeat 10 Pnaldent..
wen chosen for their fourth "I ask all those who support Johnson today,
1.b and fifth terms respectively me and all those that opposed flmlltnf\ In the face of hUfanJtfJ.
me to forget our differences, .* loe\i the RepubliCMnomine
down Imrao-
lectori because there are many more came I* a plush desert
liaise Justice of die Peace O.W. things In America thi unite us resort to read a telegram of
Hancock's bid to have his salary than divide us." NEW FACES: around the Collier County courthousewill congratulation he wired lo John./

a raised from J7,800 to 19, be these new office holder who were sUcted son.
000. The this GOP BASTIONS FALL "I have no bitterness
vote on special no rae.
yesterday without left 1 1)111 Sen-
referendum 1,264 opposition. Upper le eor at all," Qoldwatar said.
county Johnson wont"his first elective tell, new member of the County Commission from
for and 1,652 He sent his gratitude to the
White House term by battering Naples right, Mia Emolc: Karrett
Voters In the ; Naples, new voter who favored bit cause,
county gave down bi donsacross
SMILES OF VICTORY brighten the face of Pre id i- their approval to all 13 the Republican nation. Maine and member of the School Hoard, District 2; lower left, "all of you across this na.lion. .
<'nt Lvndon It Johnson (above) and his running posed constitutional amendments Vermont fell In his column aa Ewell: F. (Pappy) Moor from Immokliee, who returns > ."
mate! Hubert II. Humphrey The Democratic land. but not all of them did usually Republican Kansas, to the County Commission after an absence of "Congratulations" on your vie.
slide rolled up a record breaking: plurality, with passed statewide. There. wereno Only In the South, where he four year ; and Henry H Watkins, Jr. pew School tory, he wired Johnson
"I will
help III 1
all but a handful of southern atates ending up in other contests on the .ballot lost five states, and possibly In Board member from Naples, district 4. I can toward achieving you any a grow way

the Democratic column. Tuesday but 38 unopposed Arizona, did toward his surge the falter lathe )ng and better America and a
state and county candidates re- secure and dignified peace.
of modern
presidential victory
calved complimentary votes of times the largest ever la Combs Of Ins "The role of the Republican
Raps Handling party will remain In that
At City Council: varying terms of vote* rolled up and Wrltc temp
size.TOP .r, but 11 alto remalna In the
LIST margin over Ms opponent. Supporter of Murphy' Combs, would-be ..rtl"" ., ti least of
party the when
Files Leading vote-getter In the It lent Goldwater, the COlI"". a Republican wrll..", candidatefor not for several. hour. Comb. opposition is called for"
Parking Committee county was Sheriff E.A. Doug alive who offered "a choice, not county Judge, are up in arms also charged that many persons "There is much to be done In
Hendry who received 4,13complimentary an echo," with the limited con. Combe told the NEWS this who wanted vote for him. could Viet Ntm. Cube, the problemof
Coun solatlon of having carried Ala morning that he has received not operate the machines. Some anj
ballots lee order la this
hams, Georgia Louisiana Ilia.slsalppi many complaints from sup. he said, gave up (the attempt and t pixMKictlve
Final Report: 'Act Now'Naples ty Judge Richard M. Stanley tout Carolina, and porters who stale they were uru Inside, the booth. "Communism economy.remains the
and writein -
polled 3,153 votes perhaps his native Arltona. able to vote for Combs. ''I feel the precinct workers number one obstacle of
opponent Murphy Combs re* The thundering Johnson wave Combs charred that the bigNaples should Have been better Informed and I know all America peace
City Council met for used by aor..mployees. "If calved 192. Combs picked up nil the Republican party a sh t.ttrlng I precincts were nut equip. on the procedure," Combs said, Join with you In as honest sole
I'/i hours this morning and dealt each place of business bad umlllJ' write-In In every precinct. blow, engulfing re Oder.Coatlneed ped to handle a write-In, vale, "The whole Ihllll Wli most unfair tins of these problems" Gold
with a rather routine iganda. customers employees, and were unable to Instruct to a wrlte4a cudl "".'*
water 1I1d.Here's .
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Principal Item of business was there would be no way they could
receipt of the final. report from be parked. within a reaaonabl
the off.street parking commutes distance, Ball' remarked.
headed by Zoning Board member Other committee recommenda*
James L. Bell. Under urging by lions will be acted on shortly, How The Voted
Bell to act quickly on the com Mayor Archie Turner Indicated. County
m 111 e.'s recommendations, The committee wed Council to
Council passed a motion expresa make appraisals of tracts the
inc ita Intent to finance street committee suggested should be
parking facilities by revenue used u parking areu. "to avoid
bonds. land speculation" Bell *i. PRECIMCTS
BeU pointed out thai ID percent plained.
of the available off-.Wre.l And the committee asked Council 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 0 9 10 11 12, 1 14 15 16 TO'l'ALrRlZIDEU'l'IAL
parking spaces la the Firth A'.. to proreed, wregardleas of
DUll business district are being obstacles," to acquire two satriot
purls in the Sixth Avenue ,.

South-Eighth Street area and Johnson, D 86 14 42 20 311 456 12 83 32 299 227 2CM e .,247 300 169 275. 27780o1dwatsr
make them available for parking 1X
u sacs ss pound
Gator Alley Strict enforcement of parking R 81 19 50 30 567 514 30 22 27 604 404 24q 278 291 190 89 3422
meters 1* now in effect City M I t.
Manager Vince Wood reminded SENATOR : "J
Work To Start
Council Some time ago, Coun.
ell decided: the meters should be Holland D 107 22 60 41 381 426 17 46 46 341 467 242 260 934 166 166 3122

Within Days re4asttlled downtowe and en. giyLi

bar for cement I. Parking should regulations r.sum.Kov.m.went Kirk,.. R 29 10 24 8 446 413 9 15 11 426 118 149 200 19? 164 30 2250t* "#

Work on the rim two Ever back la force Monday. "
glades Parkway projects tattling Violators will be given tickets COIKJItESSUAH::
38 miles la Collier and Breward and BO esceptlons, not evee Rogers D
Counties will begin the fir*week Ice cars, will be nude Wood p0l- 107 21 62 45 472 610 19 46 40 453 462 287 320 370 192 175 3589;

la November, the State 8oa4 D** told Council. "If we permit son. F "
partment amotnced today. to park free, we are la effect teele, R 18 1803
10 7 306 99 110 146 147( 136
District Four Road Boardember cheating on the oat-dr.st park. 23 11 17 4 340 306 6 .
.. John H. Monahaa said fond i !
lag revenue he said. If OU'/KRIICR a
the two rroects total |'.1 mill dry offleUls on legitimate beat. : '

menu ton aJtd la Include Broward the County 27-m.Oe from sag their ness are flees ticketed:paid out, they of the may fry's hare Burns D 95 11 55 34. 289 366 18 51 46 284 441 238 149 301 149 liar 2712.*

the CoUler& County line eat le pneraJd.. Wood said.
AjKtytove and the segment ktCok Council paaed s atcttae com.saearfUtg Holley, R 45 21 31 13 532 499 15 18 8 485 206 179 J>55 241 193 55 279JTt
liar County from Stale Road nat the time sad effort spwai A
Miles Ctty westward u sd1.s. by Bell and his committee laeonpUlnf i Mr *
R. H 'tfJ1. t. toe of Fort Its report. J.P. SALARY HIKE ,.\ '
Laederttole. will twgla work.., ror 29 10 20 8 64 222 2 8 11 251 150 97 112 137 91 54 12
day CIa the $1,755,551 project J :'t
In Collier County The eontrac.tor .
baa JOO working dsys to Moscow Radio Has /..gainstTURUOOT 65 23 26 33 02 256 10 17 25 266 100 140 15i 104 147 40 1652*"

complete eonstracUoe. Election Report isVJ&
Cone Brothers Contracting "
Company of Tampa Is scheduled UMTDON (AF) Moscow *r ;\
to bfts eooMraetloa Tseaday oe radio reported President Joe*, 173 33 92. 50* 895 990 42. 110 60 810 723 457634 597 366 378 6595*

the |5.SS ..l09practU8rowardCounty : soe's leUce victory today mad c 1
The contractor ate 47S said
working days CIa tits project. "...rteaa voters *aaeboeea Approximate total pending canvas of retuW'TU All other totals
Wart oe boil projects wclodeeprovtdlc the moor saoOenie and
I' two4aaetf r<*4vay ober pUfcr ,.....* by the not including totals of 285 absentee ballot. 09unte4 this morning. '.
with l 4out traffic Uaes imardic part"

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2 COUNTY NEWS Napier Fie? W *)im4tr. Ni.ioe.- 4, I IfM Holland *.', ;
County Easy

Port Of A Series Winner Over


Claude KirkMIAMI

The port Authority Advi&oi
The Need Behind Committee: In a written rei-mt t (AP) Spessard L.UulUnd .

Mad County Commission meet i swept to J fourth terns

hog this morning recommAnlc' Hi the UA Senate with the 5

the board take step to acquire Neatest vote total In Flo mia

the Everglades Airport.R history and tame within .i hair
United FundHow
Our was recommended in the ol arrylng every < uunt\

report that the board invest!, But the Republican hillcni.-i I.

much do you know about the activities at the various rate avenues, of possible fedei.U ( niile 1 R. Klik i Ji., si h,,ii-i, inns,

agencies associated with the Greater Naples United hinds; that about 30 a< res t ot t la Iii colic, tim II"IW" voles

Fund, which opens its drive in mid-November. This is considered u needed, and
one of a series of articles dealing with these agencies access road be ronsi
which serve Naples and Collier County. The articlesare In the proc.... Holland's) miii'j i ity below 70 per

provided by the United Fund organl ration. The board advised that n 11a ,:tnt.With
meeting be arranged with the fewei. Van), 100 precincts

Federal Aviation Agono in" I 09 ountev. the vote was Hoi.ta .

Naples Welfare AssociationBack Everglades U possible, to pursue 927,471 1 a d Kirk 549OOr..
recommendations of the Holland's percentage "4

PAAC. Administrative Assistant ,36 < ant, off his 71.2 i>!'i i'ntSh

in the late forties, it tary, and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor, Rhys Beatty will attempt to arrange "iwlng In IMS against I i'l >rid

became obvious that Naples was treasurer. the meeting. H /or and below ben. i.e'i,,ijt
becoming a city with a future All the founders and their Smathers' 70 per rent in )9i '.

beyond that of fishing vII. successors served entirely' In other county business, a

lags and millionaire winter re without compensation and it was 1: garbage franchise was Issued to

sort. Also It became increas not until about 10 years ago thai'. Yahl Brothers for.service East County Vote. .

ingly evident that some organl increasing demands on the As! and North Naples and the Isles
cation was needed to properly sociatlon necessitated a paid 1 of Capri. The franchise will i "ntinued from poi I ,

handle the increasing numberof director. At that time Mrs. extend over five years on basis The victorious Demoentlr !
welfare cases arising Eleanor DeWllde was employed. of one collection per week at x
In both number and The County participates InFORMER 1 residential abate of i yr.donlohnson
Increasing a rate of ,2 per month, or two
complexity.The collections per week at $3 per / and Hubert Humphrey HAYDON) IN INSIIreted ;
Naples Welfare Assocla. month. Commercial firms will carted only five of the 16 of Florida

tlon was chartered by the Stateon pay not less than $3 per month county precincts, getting 2,776 KOcrnoi

February 23, 1950. The list i nor more than $20.A votes compared to Goldw.terMUler'i -
of those active in the formation r 5i 3,422.

reads like a roll call of those letter was read from the 1 With 249 absentee ballots to Burns Victor In Bitter
in welfare work in
active Naples Civic Association recommending be counted by the Board of
Naples, W. Roy Smith, Mrs. that steps to establisha Commissioners ,
Alice Bowling, Mrs. Mary S. in County today
salinity line be continued
Morris, Mrs. Beatrice B. order to protect the count'' freshwater Holley held a thin 2,799-2,712
Briggs Mrs Durward Salter, supply.It lead over new Oove rnor Haydon Race For GovernorshipMIAMI

Rev. John B. Gill, Jr., LovellC Burns in the county. Holey

Meadors, Jr., Mrs. Winnie was learned In a communl. received heavy support in the
D. Frederick, Mrs. /II.T Bar. '!atlon from the Florida Develop. SPESSARD I UiUlAM D> three Naples precincts which
nee, Wm. D. Hixon, Cale A. ment Commission that an experienced Re ..II.t'd( < to 4th ti'i-in in 1 ,' 1,1 voted for him by a margin of (AP-Mayor Haydon. 220,000 votes, he fell far shot
Burns beat back surprising resistance of the million votes he
A. Mr. and
Jones James Craig
and capable ''countyplaMer" 1.516 to 939. Miami Mayor
and was elected Cover.nor he would eet.Charlel .
Mrs Robert T. Benson, will be difficult to find, Robert I King High obtained 32
Fred M. Lowdermllk, A.P. over a brash opponent who R. Holley, the underdog .
and extremely difficult at the Avenue North between First for
Council write-ins
Ayers Mrs Lee Parker, Edwin governor. rolled up more votes than any state representative seeking!
alary presently offered. Ad. Street and the beach. It will Holland defeated
Watson, J. Kenneth Rogers, Republican candidate for state his first statewide office, made
Mrs. Alexandra E. Brown, Mrs. Vertlsement for such a plannerin (Continued from page 1)) run down the middle 30 feet Claude Kirk locally 3,122 to office In Florida history. it the closest Democratic-Repub>

Myrtle E. Brack, Archie Tut. N 'i been appropriate ordered by trade the FDC.Journal has the school grounds nearest the of the abandoned street. When 2.259. while winning easily in Although Burns swept all buta lican contest for the governor'

nero Rev U.C Walton and The board met today at noon proposed establishment serving Council 14 years ago vacatedthe the stare. Rogers rolled past handful of counties and endedup mansion on record.
and established John in the with a margin of more than With 2,198
Cecil Lamb. with dty officials to work out alcoholic beverages.. street an Steele 3.589-1,683 of Florida's 2,278

The first chairman was Mrs. details as the two governing Council approved all recommendations easement, it did not say exact- county, and had no trouble win- precincts reporting, Burns had

R.E Bowling others were Mrs. bodies Join efforts in using the of the city managerIn ly where the easement shouldrun. ning another term In the huge 806,271 and Holley 646,038.
H.T Barnes, and Miss Mary Edna Santa 3,123Commission-
lanner" in creating an overall bids for annual Sixth District.
Farley, Fred Lowdermilk, Dr. and en AjC. Hancock 3.368. B.M.
county city plan.
Francis Ford is chair. city supplies. Low bidders got
present C e e AMENDMENTSIn Sentell 3,156 Ewell Moore 3,

man County Engineer Harmon the nod where in most Instances, except Paving of the unpaved portion the balloting for consti- 231, School Board candidates Big City Vote
Many others have taken active transportation costs
Turner and County Building In. Emolee Barrett 3,170, Henry
sales promotion manager of Diana Avenue from Ninthto tutional amendments, Collier
part In the work since then, made It less expensive to award
of Builnes Forms spector Carl Clemmer reported 11th Streets will be included least to Watkins Jr. 3,268.Immokalee .
too numerous to mention all. Shelby recommendations of the to a higher-bidding local firm. voters gave support Dooms Plan For
Those who have served or are Inc, of Shelby, Ohio, J Ritchey on in the City's 30.00t( No. 12, which would have extended peace Justice
County Zoning Board and N AZ AC
Hancock received 615 -
serving ss treasurers; secre Homer "take over" at the for e e e street reconstruction program for another 25 years O.W. votes
upon requests coning changesin
tarles or active committee United Fund. "Rich" has beenIn the county. The recommends Council rezoned the southwest Wood told Council (until the year 2018)) the pre- ; Constables Clifford Geiger RedistrictingTALLAHASSEE

members Include Joe Belyea, Naples for over 7 years, lives tlons cover about 10 requests of corner of Eighth Street Homeowners along Diana petitioned sent method of allocating aecondarygas 284, Ronald Rimes 628, Earl
Mrs Francis Martin, Ed Cam. Council this to tax revenues to the Taylor 532; Immokalee fire AP -Flor.
on Palm Circle and supervliesthe various changes. The board and Broad Avenue South frommulttfamUy morning
L.A. Orick, E.M Brown, comuiUsloners Sam Heath 472 Ida's voters Tuesday killed of)
peau, ,
"blue card" record systemat acting upon favorable recom. pave it. Wood noted that none counties. This was puzzling to
1I.R Snowball, Mr. and Mrs. to neighborhood Jack Whlsnant 577 North Naples the 43-senator, 112 represen.
mendatlons ordered legal advertising of these petitioners would be some observers because Col- ;
the United Fund. This is his Landowner EdwardP.
Theron Ridge Mrs. Lela 0. shopping lathe apportionment plan and
third with Naples United for public hearings.Engineer Schoenthaler build assessed for Improving the lier U one of the chief bene- fire commissioners Ed .
Richards, Mrs. Elisa C. Thor. year plans to 425 John Shuff 502 refused to extend further the n.nanclng
street if It was paved by the ficiaries of the formula. Halllcy ;
ward, Mrs. Virginia Taylor and a commercial structure on the under which counties
Turner reported he East Naples fire district commissIoners -
method. "I thinkwe In which area U one
Mrs Rosa Haittog/ had property Approval of the re- assessment county issue road construction bonds
In addition to Dr. Ford, as for costs on a a Cincinnati replacement firm of zoning was secured from all can fit it into our street of the three factors in deter- Bill Edwards 552, Solid opposition to the propi

chairman, the present officers the activities of the Welfare the historical marker which dls. property owners within 500 feet. program," financed by a bud- mining it. Casper Townsend 487. all in Florida's big c l u e *

are Paul Backus, vice-chdrmen; Association by paying Mrs. De. appeared from a historical get outlay Wood said This amendment lost state spelled their doom.

Mrs Clarence Pearson, secre Wild,,'. salary, certain expenses "powpow spot" near Monroe Sta. C e e wide, though Collier narrowly SLOW JOB The apportionment pi :s

and reimbursing the As tlon. Wood informed C e e favored it, 1,703 to 1,327.Oder The long ballot caused delays which doubtlessly would have
oclatlon to the extent of $16 City Manager In been ruled unconstitutional in
In the
counting returns
A In Gainesville the
He also reported that funds Council all zoning expert amendments got following
per adult per month and $5.00 city departments precincts last night Most the federal courts, was beater:
to build a sidewalk parallel to Is reviewing the City'sproposed favorable county votet No. 1.
within their this
child food stayed budgets about 2.1. to
month for the The proposal ex
per per machine precincts reported results
the Trail in North Naples for.tud.nts last fiscal zoning code. and already apportionment, 1,986 for, 1,302
furnished indlgents. Manyof year5exceptfor$935that tend a provision for earmarking
at Sea Gale School will soon after all voters in
the activities of the Association had to be taken out of con- has 40 pages of recommendations. against! No.2, Board of Regents part of the state gasoline tax i t"",
be available and work line 7 had
soon the at p.m. cast ballots.
are not so reimbursed will start tingencies. It was not necessary Other than diet, 2,098-965; No. 3, counties for road work was de
and in most cases the food Turner reported that the State to touch the cash reserve, "I think it Is a generally sound construction 2.067-1,011; No. But some their small precincts didn'thave feited about 3-1.

costs per person are higher than Road Department was making which "makes me feel happy," piece of work," the expert was 4, use of state school fund results in until near- The proposal to allow a $li>

the County allowance. a study of the need for a traffic Wood said.Council. quoted by City AttorneySping- principal, 1,951-1,110; No. 6, ly 1 a.m. today.Everglades' million school savings fund 'to

I Cases are timitedtoNaplesre.sidenle sign at the intersection of the ler. appointing superintendent 2. Precinct 1, a be spent was killed about 21.

ai of one year or more.East Trail and Shadowlawn Ave. e e e 032-867; No. 6, same 1,939- paper-ballot precinct finishedits Voters relaxed the constitutional

Provision Is made that funds may nue. A request for the study e e 825 count after midnight, after homestead exemption s..>
be repaid by past recipients af. passed an ordinance voting officials labored for four that Sarasota County may levy
made Shadowlawn
was by P.T.O. fixing the 30-foot maintenance Council held off approving a No. 7, continuity govern-
ter Improved condition throulth.mploym.nt school taxes on the first $2,000
which forsaw traffic problem 8 hours totaling up 66
a abandoned Fifth Junior Womans Club 37,500so- ment, 254-666; No. agri- separate
easement at
of other income.Mrs worth of homestead
for children crossing the TraU'alter licitation to Install a numberof culture commissioner 2,012- entries on the long ballot Cho-
DeWllde Is frequently It has been four.laned.The Dade civil trials" koloskee Copeland and Ocho- grant the homestead exemption -
of No. 9 ,
called upon to fulfill responsibilities pieces pleygroutdequip- 7711 on the next $5,000.
which In large citieswould P.T.O.for requested to a ment in 130 by 140-foot area 1.982-726; No. 10, increasing pee did not telephone their returns The vote was close in defeat
sidewalks needed
survey Collier County Retail Dealers In Gamble Park I circuits 1,996-798;No. to election headquarters .
be handled by other United protect students of the school west of the Judicial tug the constitutional amend.ment
Fund agencies, Home counsel! going to and from school Turner Liquor AssociatIon accompanied new community center. "It 11, method of revising consti at the courthouse, and officialsand proposal to allow the Leg

i ,. Ing, employment difficulties, will map the sidewalk re quests fore by Nick the Mlnarich, appeared be. is a wonhy project, but we minion, 1,756-1084; No. 13, Sa- reporters had to wait until Islature to revise the state's on.
medical care, Including srrang for further study at a future Issuance of opposing need time to go over it," Mayor rasota homestead exemption nearly 1 a.m., when the ballot ctitutlon.
Ing for home nursing care where a license which will Archie boxes were brought in, to enter The other eight amendmentswere
meeting of the Commission.In Turner said. The 1,8121,163.NO .
permit delivery of beer homes
the situation requires, the list the final returns. approved.
Is almost endless in It variations and public places in kegs, from City apparently would have to
A POSTMAN'S HOLIDAY a written communication which beer may be dispensed In pay for making the area suitable OPPOSITION I

Lloyd Doub. who I I. regularly The latest quarterly reportof the Everglades Chamber of Com a form common to son drink dls.penslng for play with filling and Unopposed candidates on the I

employed al the Naples Post the association was recently mace sought definite Information machines.The landscaping! and sidewalks county level and below received

Office ai a mall carrier, also published In the Collier County of the status of the pro. board had no information Wood said it would be desirable the following complimentary I NOON A t STOCKSNEW I

help* out in hit spare time at News. posed "Welcome Station" at the on an application for such a 11. to fit the proposed "Candy votes (totals again not included I

the United Fund office checking corner of the Trail and Highway cense, which apparently has been Cane City" into a plan for absentees) Rep. J.L. Walker
made to the State
Liquor Ucens.
pledge card for correct residential 29. It also sought informationon the whole south end of the park. 3,424; Clerk Margaret Scott
Nation. possibilities of diverting apart Ing Board. Apparently, the lasu. YORK (AP- Stoi'ks at/noon:
Tax Collector A.PAyens
areas ance of such a license must be 3,611
Continued from 1) of the $4,500 allotted for 3.865 Tax Assessor Sam AllisChal 22 FlaPw 50V.FIlPiL NatOalrNatDist 84V4
( pugs made by the such White
- -- advertising of the Everglades National agencygranting The House originally
ales like Sen. Kenneth B. Ksst Park to advertising for permits, and can be stopped only vas known .is i the pn'Idenl'' > Coldlng 3,624, Prosecutor Wllllan Alcoa 61H Sim 28",

log In New York and conservatives Everglades City and the area. by action of the County Commls.slon palace Crowle\i,. 74, Registrar AmAlr 48'F rd 60> Penney 67-,
AmCan 44% FrmstDa 13 4FreptSul Pita 43
like Rep. Bruce Algwr ofTexas. Other information was sought -- ----
The local board dlr.ctedCOII/Io AmCyan 66 43H PepCola 47H
regarding nil at the sits of the UI.FruehTr 32ViGenOyn PhllMorPhiliret 78iisAT&T '
11F1 But some party members who welcome station, and when con ty Attorney James R. Adams to 39H 53\4

can be expected to take leading Mruction was expected to starton contact stale officials fin, addl. AmTob 69 36% GenEl 87ft RCA 33'',
parts in the struggle certain to the Highway Patrol Station to tlonal Information. No other action 1
AmpXCp l7'Ai.ac / GenFds all, RepStl 47i ,
develop over control of the OOP was lak.n.Geor
be built al the fourcorner site.
GenMills 44 4'
mda 6Vt % ReyTot)
survived the storm Standouts The Chamber will be brought ,. Getsler, rep re renting
GenMtrs 3l"I:
Did you know that the among these were Gov. George up-to-date on status of the weU the North Naples Assc-iaUon: Babe Armour M-JC 36'Goodrich 54 SlI/4 Sean P 1231.BelhStJ |
steel drums used I In the Romney who won re-election as come station. Answers to other appeared before the Commission 4 OH Goodyr 4Creyhnd < SlneJair"3"I
famed Csllmbo Band fromTrinidad governor while Johnson was questions will be formulated after requesting information > a pro. 24'AGulfOU 87J4
64 V
carrying Michigan handily and posed migrant li our camp to be N Boeing | Socony
that?.... study. : 69 64iy
sre just located v Borden 78ft H SouthnC
Rep. Robert Taft Jr., elected to a mileth :1
GI oil drum left on the Senate while the President South Street In Pine KM t aid 13ti tlru.,,swk 9% IntHanrIntNick 14 SperryR II' .

Trinidad beaches after was winning Ohio' electoral The board discussed proposals about two miles east of the! ,Trail. aterTrelanese 38y.: 17*, StBrand "7. ,
WW II That despitethe votes and Ben. A. request for : 6Ski IntPap 37% StONJ 89'' 4
Hugh Scott of to sell the old Jail in Everglades, t building permit ',\31l'r i 60 JonestL aOlStudebfok 6L
youngish effervescrime Pennsylvania and rebuilt accommodations for has been Issued to ., stnrt: ,
of the MrGvIre Sla The extent of the f ar-reaching a new jail, headquarters for the steel buildings for housing which wEd M. tla 132 56 VinEdl.s Kea'cett KalsAl 91 364% Texaco Thick 14H 87
Johnson victory was shown
ters they of the by sheriff's deputy and housing for will also be used fir v "' age
are one 92'itCai LlgtMy M 126
the count at a.m. ESTi
oldest the Health Center The board, during the off farming s.'as,;r it .
art In dhow bun-! With 170 electoral votes need ..- SJ'fcOowChe Lorillard 4SVk UBitAircUSSteel Wft
was noted that a ....
en? The girls hare beena eat to win, (the President had discussed briefly possible con. will be a of the.rag..t.m t -7' MagVox 34 Mrutt 18*
struction of a new Jail and branch part migrant
working trio since 1110 collected 486 from 41 states camp construction. duPont 276 MM AM 60S 18H
courthouse In Immokalee.
,That flute players deal 4dwster had won five state Gelsler was Interested in EAL 391'i Mohasco 15 OnlvMatWestgEl 15'4'

take kindly le being called"flutists" with 47 electoral votes, led In 1 where children of the migrants i t.Kodak 1364 Monsto W/ 45 I
BUI Tucker president of the > irestine 4S MontWd 4IU Woolwth Z8Va
with 5. will to school
? They are go who police t

known correctly s* "fl.utints' xNclwk protection will be established,
who will pay hospital Mils, and

what influence the presence at I

If good music can come Ox."tl wows or IN, rasotuAw.rk.at.pnq migrants in the area win have FLY 4 NAPLES

from dV, girded oil drum dll i on further property sales and the -.. MIAMI
tout* industry. I
what may you expect
Commissioner Glen Ten In
from one of the world'sfinest c
whose district the lamp Kill be New !
piano or e r g s a l.. sled agreed with Celsler Year Round Daily Schedule

from VAN DER VEER aw'4 some careful study :vtllb* -eces..r r i
MUSIC ''ENTER.1II > N other act! -II.U taken NspUa' T* Miami

'th St. Com ;in and make OCIAN AT U3* STIEfT JM $5441; ; it 7 43 A M 11 :30 A M 3.4S P'M. I

your selettiD ell are FLORIDA3Zay
high qeslitt beautifully MIAMI BEACH 54, Miami T. Naples.

functioning InitrMmenta. 2 frk'fW ffa *& f* 900AJv215PM) : SOOF.M.
\i.i KTED: i 1'.1 nt- ?
COM AwrriMf ft ID AY UAVf AHTIIM SUNDAY ('o>"aftt... a" Ne netiw ate II
Van Der Veer t"1'111, tth t'. II.> HI i ''I't pease la tilt werU

$9 EITlelITS! t U.. i PI" ",M'litntirira Ti",,, sd. > NAPLES AIRLINES
Music Center r .i- t '"!nxu-Mmnii i'. II < .
R x'' i r, t( iho" n > i t..g.'rs;" Na,.. Airs rt .-..,.. 3 XU" .' Air,.,.

Naples Shopping Center u .in. i .t-tIt ii', ,'I 1 I i.:, ,''un MI 1-J4J4 HE Cull

fh. MI 24632 a' .1 t 'fin Si.flf "i lUIIn: CMy Tkket elfke Net!** Travel Agency 4 c.COLIIEA .-.



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COIL ID COUNTY NEWS, N.pU N. W..y, N* mb. 4 UM J
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President !1tLWQ.. I IBi ; Inter, Morgan Rave

OverthrownLA About Grand Cayman

PAZ, Bolivia (AP) -President JANE M.tKll\
Victor Pea Estcuui oro was r
overthrown today and apparent. JOOOC N. HY VICTOKINE MURPHY Hamrtarlund Manufacturn,
ly fled the country. L ookli>R for an Island) pars- Company of New York. tin

He left the ovenirnvnt, palaceat When h. wrote How High the Moon,' Morgan r1P disc, secluded hut not Isolated Lslaixl whir i t-->ststhewor

845 ..... with his principal Lewis may not have had our Naples in mind, but he hade where neon signs hot<4og shortest sch'hil..d! airline service -
aide for an unknown destine. stands and crowded freeway hasi I Dingle public
fine opportunity to observe. it while here recently The
tine after a spreading military are unknown Or perhaps an phone. Th) 'ijlephones 11 r
revolt again his retime. composer end Hawley Faber occupied the Jemet F.
) Eden Isle where spear ftahliiK Gram. ) Cavil ,n i: m[ between i' i-

There. to Chile was or peculation Peru. he had Bragg Mention House apartment When they left Mr ,. riCi'i: : i i \ 1 :S toi! II. I .I>, \ Is top sport, lobsters tuit'rs' lire pre[ inn." ', since crime
ga Faber's brother and sistsr. '"'i .1! and bonellah are so plemiiu! U I'rl'llcd: I I heard I of there
-in.lew. Mr. and Mr. Maine' of 1 1'1"I \11>; ixlo' ..11thi p' .lu\ i. I .1'( .1 i iM
revolt led Vice
The was by ,. I IIts I the mind reels (no lnivr'ed ',,,- set,IMP useHanmuar' I.
Preeident Rene Barrteotos, who Faber took them to catch their train for New York ton "iini '"" i, rneia i .> .Ii' 1 Illl II pun
., and where an airwnunda5ki ,I I ,itflcla! according
broke with Pas Ettenseoro: lut stayed on in Miami for a few days, to Nefjfet of 'i 1' 1'1 II rlramatu 1 1 1'1"! I I I. ),
I .011&II...r the president returning [h'l'd; '!, PI' whu play : .11'11'1 Ili.I: \ I. .i room In a hotel I > >ice ( to I I .It'l< are arteniptto -
I this weekend. ., three meals costs but tei ,oi-\ Ing est.i i ?!I a communications
cracked down on anUfovero poiusos\ si 'II'' ,ontor, ftttna': TlUltt. I I't'h. Usi t
I mint students and a revolt dUn Mr and Mrt Bragg, who *re Mrs. Faber't perenH, foi her put\ :a- PfttiSMng.ho ; I i I' riffct stay \\'alll lars s day? iyste' 'Ill.i rand Cayman
I miners In the Interior.An are due in town this week and will hiI >\'I II Grand Cayman Ituwl l wit and her i In.'i I idea of 1 ante
stay mo.t of No ain ". tlu nmiantic t"1 I I lead ):
1 air force general Birrl combines all these "101'1'1.''i t Cayman u.i ( syntax lira
C Vt', wham, pin
vember. luwfi iijrbt TtMnne :I .. led the uprising from Co. and many more Un't -,h.i ,- Cur i ant .ltr. I h comrnunlcailon -
ohabamfcs ISO mile south d Major General. and Mrs Charles Pottenger are en- the roftIIf" K .\uih \, stuili.s her tines, HiMikttdo grl-La located In sane i iacesslbleapotttMMaandaaiii f system .ui') the outside
will I",' the La PM. A military revolt broke joying their first year as full time Neapolitans re- I Ifront '>' world Is I v it'"'e and plane.
and They 11616! : i'OI' the 1th'8 Player aid \
out In La pu Tueeday > Moii ,.
civilisation./ mu" \ "Waters err crystal clear ar:;
army unite In varlouc parts at turned to the Mention House a few days ago from a bt produced Uur nlwl\tlit i November: 10 amp I IP ., "
)known Island In the ve.' Indies fishing Is "ut "it this wJrltl.1
\ the country rallied to the vice month In Oklahoma City and Montgomery, Ala ,
Just laO mllea boiuN ,11 says Trati"lolvsrr:I.

president.A communique signed by the Mr and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, formerly of Larchmont, .R.te4.C.st Cuba and. can be reactu i "\ / I ,. klnfiflsh and

army commander Con Hugo N. Y, are also new year-rounders They moved into l plane from Miami In tau lum boneflsh ue just' t everywhere.Crean ,

Suarec Human, called on the their new home on Sypglass Lane two weeks Lat for only $48.90, round t rip vu 'nttii\ -;. )0. Most of
nation to remain calm. ago ..... British Weal Italics Mr''!u: the nail, >-i I II: the) their llvi.3
After Paz left, two cornell weekend they entertained. their first houtegueiti, their Players Hard At Work Grand Cayman til*>..>v<'r'\i fishing anti l c .n lilng tun ',,: If

entered the government palace grandchildren, Betty and Pete Jordan, and their patent by Columbm 11 yeah atn r the mol rkrt ."

and Mid they were taking It Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Jordan of Tampa Fla Mrs.\ Ford GreetsScuiiiK he came whore here u 10 r i- "Gem'-.n' i i tt the malts llave i -
over In the name of Gen. AJ. .
venturer'a dream la's' and i ne end M rhe
fredo Obando Candia, com. AUXILIARY PARTY On Mikado Group At little Ialandof some 3.I'I\'l\h.\" \ Island 'I In'n' I K a sisal) but
mander In chief of the armed Mrs. Mitchell is among those signed up for the Operetta people who have never II.""" "r inodrr ut -. ,,>Shooed hot :Ii.

forces.Obenoo nail called for unity popular bridge luncheon sponsored by the Naples Com- (Friday MeetingOn 1 seen a telephone. A ram \IIII,i, 'hree men t

of the armed forces Tuesdaj) munity Hospital Woman's Auxiliary Others include Mrs. CllUn Cud bullK i,'s lolllck. Uriiikurd", and Orate MUoII'in "1101'. h rtdsy, November I,Mrt, day coIsrs. '.' .1,. 111'\\le at ten dolmi -
of last i .
'LIU "Mlk.irt" ", which $to) direotur UK I hi has oneelec*
and entered negotiations wltti ng i |" RAVE NOTKL5
Walter DeSchryver Mrt Carl Davit Mrs Frank LeBron welcome
j dillcomedy\ "Arsenic ant Francis" Ford will
the rebels In Cochabamba. rill pea (tht' Najilcs Plvyer* DavMTrMrtnd ArmonMni I Irk i 1","" I p i' n C that works
A final blow to the president Mrs. Ralph Carlson, Mrs. James Bell, Mrs. Alan Slade, i I.."' .196., ">ubbirlptkiii I s.eemnIovemhel Old Lace," Jeanne will dlsplaihe .* members of the teepee Woman' both of Naples, bar jU31 i ivltlted about ''Hr lion 1 1 a IAN but
In"Mlkadtr.Three gin
was the rebellion of the nation Mrs. Alan Foster, Mrs Richard Wolfe, and Mrt W. Miller i I 201h and 21 etie. al mid.lolm ,i imtrelto of the voice five male lets Club Sewing 1 Group o'clock.at there and they vouch seems 1'1 wl,le SUfflrU (p0
the club house at
al In La Paz. With in the rtl\Pu. sihedule,
police thepre&1dent' Cook. I] In "Wlk...." will lie luna .bi 1 1pl extend a warm eleoms there \la m better varstlon paradise wer f"1 vrl 1'Ill!.
Hi 'I. KJW..ln inMSldeiit ht will
own mllltli, the pa 'tccoi \ b I
"M i II nrvrllavetml' "?"
lieu had helped quell the uprising This auxiliary party is to be held Tuesday at 12',,(it the PU'.ei s ''i'r& who Marred in the 1UMprxtmtlon to all returning& member anywhere. ..' I'
hot urae.. and
of a regiment and some air o'clock at the new Caribbean restaurant A buffet luncheon The cast it. a Judtiums ml* of "Ptnafor .er she promised and says Trier and Morgan were on mpeople." ". '
,. the lenoi load. It i rte I i ami! ,' n' J
W..I 1 who Grand t communications / | | i
imthfultxUtMi sang making
force units In the capital Tues. ure or txiirlpn' i r .1111 I \' aha will be deltfthted to have Cayman
day will be served for $1 .50 and there will be a $1 00 do- ]: Jiu'i'. I beaded I hI P ilH Jet "1'I ,..h .", will lend his v"?>IMto the tablecloth( she haa survey (let the tureil! .111,1:: I erlispa i Ih..

Military circles for several]. nation for cards. Call Mrs. John Meadort for reservations -I tine as'i 11111..1 .n", leis Jenkins i. i put of Ko-Ko, Loul Illgttx help on friendly I ITheir have, err! I"
weeks had been discussing the MI 24169. 1 vas mu' I.I' ,,I ,'. 1 "I inn! ha.die : ', .i u.ut.i III "..Ik..I"" And. ..e1Mrs. served are no treat 'Ijjh' i ino I
Helen Homer
necessity of a takeover to hall '' PU>t>l III Ii'" lam' (Him ot ecu the Mikado cowarnhs 'o mind. 1-
Mr and Mrs E. N. Potter. back Galleon Drive who In 36 members last Friday, w J
the downward economic slide a are on :Albert lill'\I bullivuu "llMb Pin. bw 1 i-i. k QoixJlette, : McDaniol' native music U
this nation and to quiet unrest, after spending the summer at their home in Brookhaven, I II itore" In U\ !>8 "1'11I."I''U memorable ai welcomebeck Wanda Clerk not calypso or enchanting

Apparently paz Estensson I L. I I. Next week their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and The rules I PlitiAing andPeepho the \liuinous Dick Deadeye. and Ruth 9'f I. The ladles had Funeral services for Mra. Al. you've ever heard before r'
had overstayed his welcome ire \ mini' .' suitors,. )P'.i" i<4h, Lord Hictll'verrlhlni: an inatruodveeasanfrotnMrs. ma R. MrOanlsl, 78. will be .-
cause It was he who rim met; Mrs Robert Denny, arrive to visit The Dennys live in ivill U |11\+il U I ( ., i Iiultt lilac, .i ill i>e portrayed by kl'IIIIY Victor Vail on the makln| of held at a o'oloik Fray afler tempo Li their own and meyou've '
through a constitutional amendment Beverly Hills, Cal.l and this will be their first time in and Susin liallsrd, lespectlvwl) ,. Srin '''' Although this will be animals for the December ShUlir. emit In the 6.110. Hudires run. heard their music ar.
him to for at HigtIchotil Kenny' first Stan role with lhHa era iif N Us with the singing, you'll never forget U
to permit run : Naples. Both are stuiient Naples hi,.. Lowe Offer Chapel *|>
a second successive term last ; and last l uiemaklnKlhell \fli is. he dtreued n sue psssed out the little red eeronawhich Rev lAIn R Spntts, pastor ol
,; Canterbury Court will soon have a full house Mr oesMiil "Bertha rite livrfiitlfui
May. Political opponents boy initial tHHtui' '" "!" Inn Pleri the trade mark if the the &mlts8pringsBydlstClurh:
tIed Ihe election and Mrs. James Morton opened their apartment on FrIday produrlluiAsths' T)i-wrU Olrl"the In 1983H'Hinfllng >> title workera,and requeatt thintethers In charge Interment will be In LBJ Tops JFK
ii 1 lection was followed bl] l tel nlMi> K lli!,J, .KomilVeenbrhiiipi : out I'ut.111 NB the Bimlta Springs Cemetery
and will be here until spring The Mortons spend "11 I Gideon s* VUh-Tusli, nu. "' who warn sewlne 1ftr I 4
a Utiers' strike for highs .Ire i g4li" pay, which drew the sym I' the rest of the year in Wellesley Hills, Mats !> 'ln-i 1 .al,is tlllt) \11|| at'''. bit I Ml" Ben was lest MM" iii inionsonthemiobrlnoSemhxk\ Thursday afternoon and from 7 With Florida
pithy of the students. Ttw I When Mr. and Mrs F. W. Magln came in from Milwaukee t tress ri'infinlmiett' In N4h'! '. ("r'< $"Jlo'' ledges in last sensun'i". on this' Friday to 5 u'cltxk Thursday nlalil at
strike was settled but the students IM |,"utiMji' ) "I mill rulu, al' ,OuilKW or "Born Yesterday Mr*. Dewey Polly will greet the Hodges runeril Ch ()elMra. Voters
continued their! agltlatton last week their son-in-law Dr Walter Thomas, Myna. Ii" "I KeniuinlK: M."111."". ,,Hawing "Mikado" IHI thliet iiie sewers on the 13th, and re* MrUanlel la eurvlved by Negro

Leftist-led miners took accompanied them and stayed for a few days The Magins the vii ..li" (V" ,>'tllA ''llln"n) '<> ."Mii'M,,, plsyer srhedide wit i tiuii ins members that candy her husband, Bsrl McDwiel ufB NkW YORK (APV Preside"'
banner of rebellion last I i. ta "llIal M For Murder" ."Deri 31m. are at their Gordon Drive home, and plan their usual -- \\t)' la the morning of the Johnson rolled up a
drawing the support of etude s A pit-, Mom end "Bell. band resided wUh Mr. MeCanlei's precinct than
In rtorldn Nero
In a series. of clashes, 17 per Christmas reunion with the George Downmgt. Mr. and ("") .0." to*** ticket srI skater end husband, Mr and Mra. he l date Presldwit John '.Xen.

sons were killed.Barrienlol Mrs. Downing will arrive at their Gulf Shore Colony Club Xi Beta Nu II"I m on sale at |9.SO for adult, Launching Harry Huttenbrork 100 DeMBtreot nedy did In 1MO.
Delay r
-hlldren Tickets MSdeiud
In a broadcast from Milwaukee about December 19th. H 0for.' But northern Florida tuine
from Cochabamba Tuesday apartment I I.' lOr bf pliune by eatllmiu Mariners a Craft In adiHtlon to Mr. .McOwilel in 4 vote that wu K per er
told the president this treatment With voting duties attended to, Mrs Charles Wright, Looks AheadTo I wain ai Midway Ml80; b) she. Is survived. by her mother' 'lees for Johnaon then for Kern
of students and miners was the Mrs. John Farrington, and Mrs. Harry Bradley all of mall i by writing C. H. MoCuolitnasiirer ., CAPE KENNEDY, Mi.. (AP l 1 Mra Mary lull uf Uwton, Okla, lv a.'rordlnc to ND("'a elecir.nii
for the military uprising I HI I, Bo Ml, NsI'u A problem with an ilw'lrlrsrelay em rredMcDanlelof Indlanap selected
reason a vole invsl ''If
Milwaukee, will get into Naples in the next day or two Convention be purdesa'I I lystem In the txmileiriMjiet r I''
i : "ii they may 0&11. Iwl, four elstere Mr Al. ,.iroi II"" i i 'MUM" ".
went on the Mr. and Mrs. J. Ferman Denton of Bernardsville I" "I'hll following\ locations: inlay forced a one la,:J r
Par Eslwissoro: < ) phi ColeMock Deytap Ohio) In Nefio tfdi'tnits, Johnson
of XlL,," Nu<,lni l- !*.., postponement nf an attempt lei 1 I
radio and declared Communist N. J., were given a thorough briefing on Naples and Members 4|I"tta l Pi inline CoMeeay, Mra. Midimns Carmlihael, Ijiw. {irtIK pus 011 of the vote48
liunr I n-nt I
the Mariner
ol Bet Itil :rot 01 Store, The Gallery spin
agitators and ambitious mill ter itgrti I 110 Hcadi tim, Okla; Mrs OUIe Kirk, N. rant m<.re Ulan Kennedy so.
surrounding communities plug swamp buggy activiteu. ...e'-' Office At...ly. Dun.. to Mars pet
tary men were behind the uprising Ity st theta Monday iiighi ''''l>ar< P".rlbvrli; Mrs Mary nidi' morel..
He promised to fight on, plus a cocktail party Friday night, by their hotts Mr and ing at rhe hod* ol Mrs. George .r'. Office Miply. The Boo t duleil'n.. lilt.liunrhlftf was la reeks i UM Anplea, Calif ; four iro.Inert :*>1* M ml.I'Ut ut'I"I 1JW Ut

hut his support melted away Mrs Eugene Parker The Dentons came from Miami' KeDusinlii I were lold IIAI t ilu 1.11.. .'1 ill Naples* Company Camera, sal atop the,011 D I I ( ill I Thursday wee end til a ?pertofbetweon p.m,. Oeorte Hall GOH,!>UI.| ',rte pre i < in in In uriuf, areas
Whilst Hall 1I"lan-"II14j
of sorority
conremlon ; Johnson's
state showed little hinge
after being at the American Bankers Association convention (EST).
i Yarn Bazaar. Oe. Hall Praemitl,. III
will be held In Tallll'| > Tfe ; n p., rent u.. time midiUe u ;one
DiscriminationBan Monday they and the Parkers went to Tampa fur May 'J830.Mrt. : -- and John Hall In the aisle "f precincts was ne per tent less

a few days with Mrt John Pratt Mr. Denton is the Frit Thurner, presl- .;.Allw" ,.v11..n" OrermraHbesrert. than Kennedy received and the
of State Bank in ient said rhe theme ot the c I Orchid Society will tie Torn !lira. Ti 1 \ per i rent vote Johnson gut in
Defeated In executive vice president the National INS COll III COUNTY Ntw.h hard Bert Hnlley, Cecil >1 n hr, is
will be Under. the Hlg 1or.\ ," .n nttiiif a ,..,.,. hole tic' low \Uwume prerin was
Newark N J. Dub MtKlMc. Tom Hwter,
relit lees tint KerThwrt.
two ir
.. H. k. leea"1./
Mrs Thurner expressed chapter i N.-.h.-site ,
California Vote Mr. and Mrs. A R. MaclMac have returned from their thanks to Darin Page f>' Meets Thursday ," inn.rn5 ekwy.er ...,.... Jim lt ter -!1IIIy'l.---- .---

summer home in Ludington Mich En route south they the cxoelhuit showing she ,i"loll ---

,WASHINGTON mane erased (a AP law) -against Call. visited their daughter Barbara in. Detroit, and their, son as chapter candidate In ore .fate Naples Orchid eetety :,: IIillI 'Jl r >J ,t"",. ,

,housing discrimination la the Jim in Weston, Conn. Swsinp Doggy 'Jueen contest. .111 hold tit regular motejilyiieetlf
hrrftest issue among hundreds of I Mrs. Faiiif Alander gave ntep rg on Thursday .Neven
elation proposals*ln 40 Watts "WE'LL BE BACK"Several "n on work progrrulnj! ; '.r *>, *t 8 p.m., at VooDeotrehids.
Tuesday Surftidert are or have been here for shorn die football (Uld relreshitx \

"1 am disappointed" said visits, and will be back in January Mr and Mrs Stanley stand and aated that all rin Ttw Kettd Club (BefttMi" .. ..' \ 4) Frl. Sat

G nut regard the election as the the at 7 \
do the homecoming gamete on tJ\- regular meeting -
end of California's fight against their home in Paducah Ky. cutter, 13. .m.. where Insiructiee. wfll lie (.\\v \ ,

discrimination" and segregation Mr. and Mrt Walllt A. Gardella have already' re Mrs. Arthur Mor.omcii p" Ivan on the correct way M '- (. t ,,( ,I

III The housing.state constitutional turned north to Washington, DC sod Mr and Mrs sated t program on the \10 e 01 oreMd plant. '- $1 table

.imendinent that wipes out Call.lornis's Herbert O Anderson, who were also at the Surfutle hasten/ and Jamaica. Hosic Among members aaeedto SQ Asir ,tema
.* Llghtli I \ Annual Orchid Mew
prize was won by Mrs. KmIK -
1 present fatrohoualncla.alld have returned to New Haven, Conn "waist 10 S6
h Cronbhi. i the 11. suderdete i OreMdxtety .
on forbids the subject any farther held a legists.iiou firm ,. Mr. and Mrt Charles" Dauray |ust arrived and are The mat meettM will br ,> held st the War Mew

2 margin In mounting retur .. occupying the Edouard Dauray apartment They will spend the lime of Mrs.CarhyUr": '. .rial Auditorium, oat 10, a, Name Brand Swimsuits

It gives property oweer' the Thanksgiving in Dallas, Ten The Edouard Deurays, who on November It and ITM. ,Kl r'oveniher' 1, sntttted1 *X),. 25
absolute right to accept or reject for hers are aahed te bring r"!'' 'Jllcllia"" "" were MIN hrM
any buyers or renters. are in Watch Hill R. I I., have not made definite plans for parlemt kuktrierMa. Mr'is (;breanftald, Mrs. Tom MIll *

Naples at yet ) "", ali. and Mft. lWy GroendJh,

RIBKKR ITUII'S-I! 2-1167 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Merwin who formerly lived at price

the Surf side, are now in rheyr. home on lantern lane /2 !

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NOVEMBER 4, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Newspaper Enterprise AMU.WASHINGTON.

The Election Is Over Let's Forget It ,, JI J (NEA)

I The Soviet Union now Is capable of producing Intercon

Rehashing yesterday's election is like pleated that Senator Holland and Representative I I tinental ballistic missiles powerful enough to loft giant 100-
warhead to point in the United States
beating a dead horse. It will get you no Paul Rogers are re-elected Both ''L//Ii/ megaton This Is nuclear the conclusion of some any capable Pentagon scientists

where. If you are a Republican be a have given yoeman service to the area, rII / after: ((1)) analyzing the rocketry used to put the three-man
do Soviet In orbit recently and (t) making detailed
good loser. If you are a Democrat, be and will continue to so. satellite
studies of other Soviet I'Otkd-mlsslle developments.There .
considerate enough not to "rub It in." No Collier Countian should be too upset is no evidence here to indicate whether the Soviet

Being a good winner Is frequently more that President Johnson will occuoy Union is building these giant warheads and supermlssiles

difficult than being a good loser. the White House for another four years I Soviet tests three years ago at Novaya Zemiya with a 58-

Collier County voters did some Now that the heat of battle is over, one megaton bomb is evidence that the Soviet Union already has
the ability to build 1Q0-megaton warheads.
strange things yesterday, but it was their must admit that it was a great comfortto [

votes and they had a perfect right to do have him take over the reins of government L' : THOUGH DEFENSE SECRETARY ROBERT McNAMARA

with them as they saw fit. Probably the following the death of President officially holds that smaller rockets are more practical, some
key Pentagon military scientists strongly dispute that view.
strangest was the small majority given Kennedy. It is to be hoped that all Collier Soviet 100-megaton ICBMs would make possible types of

Amendment No. 12, which has such vital Countians will forget the regrettable Soviet attack for which U.S. preparations are weak.A .

Importance In determining how gasoline "campaign talk" of recent weeks, as undoubtedly 100-megaton bomb can do more than take out a city or
cluster of cities. It can mess up communications In a wide
taxes will be distributed to counties in President Johnson himself area for hours-perhsps for as long as a day.

the state. The present formula is highly will, and stand firm behind the admin A 100-megaton warhead exploded in the vicinity of Wash

favorable to Collier and other countiesof istration. / ington, D.C., and near the emergency wartime White House
/y/ and command headquarters might make it difficultor
And THAT ends the election far
similar as
size. Apparently local
many impossible for the president and his top command to get
voters are now taking their cues from as this department of the paper is con out the president's orders to his commanding generals at

Miami television stations or newspapers.This cerned. The news columns will, of course intercontinental bomber and missile bases and to his field
commands in the United States, Pacific, Mediterranean and
election results until
is regrettable, since the best Inter- continue to give the European areas.

ests of Collier County are often quite they are complete. But the latter can not Likewise, it might be difficult or impossible for the commanders .

different than those of Dade County.All be considered as "beating a dead horse." to get messages to the president or his advisers.

Collier Countians both Demo- That's |lust passing along Information to NOT ENOUGH FIELD TESTS have been run to determine I

crats and Republicans should be well which our readers are entitled. with accuracy the actual effects of such large explosions I I
Scientists know that these blasts would knock out radio
. communications on a wide assortment of wave lengths. The I
Naples Boy Scouting think these explosions would knock out some or all land communications
in certain
One of this community's greatest ate Scout units. '. / ::': ;Aj' These scientists don't know how many hours the knockout !
would last, over how large an area it would be effective or
needs Is for sponsors and leaders of Boy Before the Boy Scout movement can whether there are radio or other wave lengths that could I

Scout Troops. This has long been obviousbut become revitalized and active in the Na WASHINGTON: AND"SMALt LETTERS get messages through despite the blast.

was spotlighted In a recent report pies area (and other areas of Collier NAq' Past tests however, indicate the effects would be serious i
; 0 in a sizable area for considerable number of hours.
from the Sunny Land Council, Boy Scoutsof County, for that matter) some of the excellent ; ,BUSINESS"I TO THE The international agreement a against atmospheric testing

America. Collier County is a memberof and highly eligible organizationsand EDITORUNCOVER : makes it Impossible to run new U.S. experiments to make y
this council. groups In the community must vol. ,; "C. WIIIOM HAIDIH : certain what would happen.
But If the Soviet Union, with one or several 100-megaton
According to the report, there are unteer to assume the responsibility of Ever since the U S State the old law It was provided thatIn nuclear missiles could delay the U.S. response, or even parts

more than 1,000 boys of Scout age In sponsoring troops, packs or posts, Dept. has been permitted to fabrics containingover 177 FOR THE FLAG of that response, by several hours or a day, it would make It
the Naples area. A major portion of the Sunny Land Council has advised thatin play an increasingly, dominant wool, the duty was 60% ad val Editor, Collier County Newsy possible for the Red military to step up the amount of dam.
role In setting U.S tariffs at orem on the wool content, plus done to this .
I have Just from view- age country.It
youngsters have Indicated they want to the near future a community meetingto lute foreign businessmen I7Hc per pound of wool, with come also might give the Russians time to evacuate their
Ing the Swamp Buggy parade.
chuckle up their sleeves at the the 10% ad valorem duty on
participate In the program. However, as present facts about the various phasesof crazy Americans, then proceedto the fiber content As an American who loves major cities.

the council points out, not too many of Boy Scouting will be held in Naples. enjoy a field day S. her country and her country's

these lads will have a chance to become Invited to attend will be civic and business See Italians do not succeed In flag I was appalled hurt and

Boy Scouts. The reason Is quite simple. leaders, parents of youngsters who IncreasingImperil ol business without See trying it then the incensed number(in of that men order, and) The World Today

Cub Packs, Scout Troops and Explorer want to be Boy Scouts, and prospective fabric mad They developed a flannel women, who lit and yacked
from the synthetic made of tax wool and t5% I r JAMES MARLOWE
Posts must have sponsors. Sponsors are sponsors. The exact date of the meetingwill yarns ramie fiber. Ramie fiber, a when our Hag passed by. Asseclsi1 Press News Analyst
local organizations such as churches, PTA be announced soon. have beendamaging vegetable product Is an expensive The men did not even have

groups, civic clubs and other community It Is to be hoped that Neapolitanswill Interests the ol tent they fiber,are and using for the reprocessed wool con. the remove feeling.their hats or courtesy to WASHINGTON (AP) Ben manager, Denison Kltchsl, laid

groups In that category. These sponsorIng give some thought to the great need the huge domestic wool. Inasmuch a* the value Mrs. Mary Meade Barry Goldwater due his political Tuesday night: "It doesn't lookIlk
asked complexes of the fiber Is more than the grave before be ever for. w'r going to get this gov.
organizations are to provide for additional Boy Scout units here and, .
engaged Naples Fla.
value of the reprocessed wool, really got into the presidential eminent back where 1bee
adult volunteer leadership because, tech. if possible, help revitalize and reactivatethe In 11 under the new tariff act, It rac*. Alter that h* sealed it. long."
C W.Hirdar
nically speaking, sponsors own and oper program. their ma.u11I'lure, with- the result thatpressure pays only a 10% duty.. GOOD LAW SYSTEM Before saying h* wa* a candl. For more than a generation
S. date perhaps when he never the Democratic and Republican
Congress t was* plug brought loopholes.on The the Although the fabric has 25% Editor, Collier County Newsy dreamed of twins one In parties were so much alike that t
chief loophole closed was thai vegetable fiber content, experts I have been Probation and speeches and book h* ex. they represented only various
of Imposing tariffs on synthetic, say It I Is practically Indiatingulshable Parole Supervisor in Collier pressed view* completely out of. shades of the middle and In that
others fabric which contain some from all-wool cloth. County for nearly three months the mainstream of American time presidential race were
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS vegetable fiber The Since last March over a million and think It Is appropriate to lif. for the past 30 years personality contests, not elec.
C'r:1: have been
mills had been : imported. say that I have found Collier Once In the rag h* became tines on Issue
American producers by taking; eee County to have a very fine vague, hedged on some of his This was the first tint In all
advantage of a clause which If the material were chargedthe unpopular previous statements, those year that the voter had
court and law enforcement
put a lower duty on such fabrics duty that It would be assessed and used up an extraordinary a chance to choose between a
i a with vegetable fibers. bjr U.S. Customs except system amount of his Urns Insisting; hewa moderate course of government
I S. for this legal loophole, It could County Judge Richard M. not Irresponsible.It particularly the welfare state
Of course as always when not compete with American Stanley is an asset to this seems incredible that a government, such a* this one -
tariff Increase Is proposed to made all-wool cloth county and serves it well. It presidential candidate would and the skeleton, conservativekind
t protect American business and .55 Is my opinion that he meets feel it necessary to protest he represented by the Cold
labor the State ,
DepL objected Obl'IOU.I no bUllne..menIdvlaed
the problems coming before he wat.rita.
war not "trigr-happy. But
but there
was enough the Congress the
pressure on
\ him with admitted this charge against If It hadn't ben for that one
p1Sa to get the Congress to act But ruinous provisions of the new
In the confusion engendered by Tart Act which Is Just anothar freshing sense of responsthtliry him by Democrat was one, of odd factor In this campaign -
the wheeling and dealing to get strong argument why State and an uncanny ability to see hit worst handicap the consideration voter had to
this legislation through an Dept activities should be confined through to the core of the prob- Thus In the slaughter Inflicted give to Coldwater' responsibility .
P e t oversight was made damaging to attendance at tea parties on him In Tuesday' election by or lack of It It could be
American wool growers and but when It comes to commercial lem.Senior President Johnson, the voter argued the whole Goldwater
textile mills. Circuit Court Judge philosophy war repudiated.But .
und business activity, who repudiated him in such
S. government should have bust- Lynn Gerald also has rendered overwhelming number had to because the factor Is
r o In the new Tariff Act at neramen calling the ahots. decisions and made comments consider two thing above alls there Goldwater' heir In con.
a rr passed last September, it Is eec that Indicate extreme concern his views and his judgment trol of the party can argue that
provided that the duty on wool For In the long run If foreigners for the public safety and con- tilt voter were not rejecting
and vegetable fiber fabric, In as In this case, find cern for the eventual rehabilitation For a man who proposed to their kind of conservatism but
which the value of the vegetable Americans are pretty stupid In of the Individual offender chang the long-accepted viewof were Influenced by the "trigger
fiber Is higher than the business they are naturally American government a happy" charge
value of the wool, the duty Is to conclude they must be stupidIn before him In court. big one, with broad reponiblU
only 1'% ad valorem. Under .other\ matters The courts will continue to
MI_I r.nna.,4 ,.........., '.'1_. utilize the services of the Pro- ty put for 01III\the general unimaginative welfare -per.he

Station and Parole Commissionto formanc H* proposed almost et

ll l ._. 'tf.," '.:'. conduct personal background nothing concrete
ti llj
f'Tl aj
peems. investigations commonly called Ida own hand lcked men whc

pre-sentence investigations.These ran the party and the campaignfor '
I ffdi: Gav NOE ADDS provide the Judge with him his brain trust -

ABATER as many facts as possible to must share responsibility for
cEpE the Inadequacies of his perform
assist him In what'treatment"
TIlt ChrUU.i lei.... MM||.* ACROSS <19 Plan on V E TMCCRtAIN C p i 0 determining Inca il +
indicated in
is e
Twelve nllllsn doss In Skis country and we bad I* t t' sn* that ajoys a'ltII' 1.IIaulonk curds C Lit A i' Eln o n L each- He and they were the constant
art SO: Thatching! I Crt0 D C SYE R T E Dgrape case. In* critic of thing II they are but
here Is
The emphasis on
6 Extract were almost totally lacking on
dlnat\' s: I Icecresin' L tA S S E dividual treatment as some the constructive side In the
October Cornfield) Not a Cure 10 Deluded inner pan A R T E S'O R offenders may require stem sense of offering pclfle sol*
11 Forum 9l S..lr C A R I 'S n I B treatment and removal from so* tlon for what they said ailed
TALL stalks stand In straight Un. and Dr Murray Ross, prtildtnt of York 12 In like H. :lirarmannl'r CTL TOn MARL ciety. while others may seem the country.
the breeze rustle crinkled, frortfsdtdleaves. University, offered sound advice to 400 n: Word p I A t. T I A G L S to be worthy of leniency and a What they teemed to have In'
As one stands st the edge of the freshmen when h* assured them that the 13 Shirt bunon 'hokr I p T A E iL A T. I ry L chance to prove themselves another mind, Judging from th* little
use of lUmuUnt would not help stu 14 Be :S6 Fr ''iland LW hard they mad clear In the cam.
breeze AnSC R T time. These are
northland E Hyenas are principally
field when pulsing
dents become productive persons; nor undivided 37 Black tern palm and from what GoldwaUr
pant by, the dry-sounding muse of would the cultivation of an unkempt or 1) Age' .0 Such SOLUTION Of TISTIIOAT'S decisions and the Judges are aid before be became I CU... scavengers and In many of
the crisp, leathery follag I* part of unclean appearance make creative poet |T Morning maple UZZU calling for pre-semence In* dale wa* Ibis a much dlmin.isheld the regions they Inhabit in
October's mslody. ef them abbr U Pliblk :2 Scandlna S King Arthur vestlgatlons to provide information central government and Africa and Asia they depend
A short Urn age those long narrow There Is, ss Dr. Ross "went an to point 18 Myself gain elan 'a lance on\ each Individual. tilt elimination of many pro. largely upon the remains of
laves were t rich green .nd the golden out, no short cut to the development of 19' FouUued U Among RuHl' 9 Terminate' The Sheriffs Office and Na' gram, particularly la&n1lOC1al carcasses left by lions. Although .
tssMls were heavy "with pollen. When a talent; no gimmicks that ran be used ta resin U "lftra" S l'Iactol 10 Warn pIes Police Department under welfare program they are quite generally -
wind gut passed a shower of pollen Induce talent. There can be no suhstl ,21 CvUmtacal2J : made from worship Chung Kwtkeklt the able direction of Sherifl After his shattering defeat cowardly, they will attack
grain fell to the "waiting silks; each silk tub for consistent, determined and dis Make ale /. C.rf1Ollik. Doug Hendry and Chief Ben Goldwater couldn't hop for helpless animals and
received a lift germ that meant I kernel clplliied work. muddy U. lid.... berlgeaee 12 Charted Carutners. have an excellent another try at the Whit House. may become quite daring
on the cob One remembers the August The student who turns to pep pills 26. Spain .7 Kind 01 I. Compute 16 Fsjuet attitude and working 100 Of far more Importance now when hungry
evening when he stood beside the field however may be doing so ss a result of 21. { .o'er NIle" t. stew gems are to the future of the two-party
and In the moist warmth of the darkness emotional stress rather than In any attempt 28 Adjtdlvtsuffu DOWN mdlaw U Employers per cent with the Probationand system In America politic .. . ..
thought h* rould beer the com grow to release hidden talents Inneither I Aaomph.b 7, Lulu 20 Hlgt rat Parole Commission Incases and perhaps to tile future of the
crisp "weather and of stimulants W' '. able under aetiYuupe rvtslo COWER COUNTY NEWS
Now It Is eooL case, COUI'H. can v country 1* what happen to
white cloud sail 1D I blue sky. Hills b* regirdtd as I solution but Dr. Ross jI 'l.I T J f J /. .1 lMca.a A word of 'prl1M should be tile Republican organization U MICHAEL CHANCC 1.tt..PI..........
and valleys are I master painting. In having Informed the freshmen that they: 22 Gem ants extended by each resident of the four year before the Mtelection. THOMAS HAVCW. ........t. C4t! *
the light of the tenth month sun, the should not look to the pill boa for help // I 2) la nt.. Collier County to these dedicated MAM.MAU. WVATT, A.V ......_
of brown have to offer healthier ALKKT OPOLKA ...... .
frost-crltpsd eon Is I picture might gone on a I who heir Conservative ColdwaierUe Sup*
.. men
and gold amber end tan. At high noon alternative. '- /1 .J Y// 7 Aerueda vital In have control: of tilt party m*. DAVID MCMMANSOM. Cw* DirMSsrMM.
the land there A carried out University 16 pan keeping Collier chi LOUIS: DAUB Office MgrPWINS.d
when mtllowness warms survey among IT ; Animal ery. Will the. moderate and
U I satisfying fragranc of rich soil. of Toronto students by the Student / 1'I// / '/' :%: County clean while showing liberal Republican, taunted
As one walks( through the rows deep Administrative Council earlier this year i' If L a "' I. 19womc tovtruigM dedicated concern for those Individuals add this yar, let Item keep and ,. *,*:.ii.h.ree*>cP* M* *Sv rtM

in the field, rabbit. scurry away and I revealed that half the mal students / ) s.W for who have made a mis- control ......C.iner 141 Tft Cmty;;Arw PuMMifcic*4MUM >. OB K,-
handsome cock phta.ant stalks regally and 14 percent of the female students 1I ,, to 0H .... take In the violation of a law fill UM. Mad ....,..* P. O.
long Yield mice scramble through* felt they needed help "with emotional" M lofcm David E. Lang Every Republican U tile __ IW UW
weeds and a blue Jay ,Jab from in ear financial, academic or social problem /'r J/: ,. ss: SalMtHtraMu District Supervisor try today M matter tile shade -=. Mtdwy' HIli low ae
he was tearing. Soon I man will go Perhaps the most significant point S Fops A 1'. Commission of its thinking **Bt ask him. a a
through the hId end harvest the ears elicited by the survey however, "war that JI J& % JI Met ..If that ..aU... For jnlM .....,.*.!**, SIMM
and as ht works along with a basket 7) percent of the men and II percent ef JI JT r.tketJ tile badly split orgaalatlon Is Sr eanw. w .... aly /.... t.
that h* fills and pours Into the farm the women did not even know that such 't0 'l'/.H Aaes..1 rut together tt may trill sp asa ad-i.e.
rant. W. ....
"wagon, h* feel the "warmth ef the sun limited eouiuvUlag services as exist at rr 14 Jt .. t'7 saptsghr. splinter group. nw .. Mk.. SJ'S. io "
on his neck. An October cornfield sn- the university "wr available to them. 39 lAp e.- Ai..reo.n .,........ it ..... yse One prediction Men *eo w.w .* Tie AM>M** Pr***.
thou lUtlf deep la a min's heart H* This by Itself should be enough to n % .. Af 40 haa rate a* In**** fight tor control _NBA low N _.exclee HIM N.a..we'.* .,*to tocneon _..
ha faithfully nurtured the crop and prompt university authorities to develop 41 Setf V1/'NlitH' of the party U eora1rt(. A* U i* ."MM r MM* u.** MMM
the harvest 1* good. An October cornfield counselling semis, end encourage their ., j;. .t .:/ /.; 4} One andetpatlon of this and U d- .. all A* MM ...*._
written In the use by the studenUu-Tke Clop sad THI COUIEt COUNTY NEWS alMa of tntL4oldwtr Rep a:_ < M used CteMk miner to4
and nun's lif* art ..
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How To Make The Uninvited

Guests Feel Quite At Home

Bv CHARLOTTE DURNO trailing behind (If this happensto round eyes, "Mom, are you all .....
K there's one thing we Nes.politans you doot be disillusioned Into right," he asked. Tim wasat
love it'.the balroywlntersedson thinking this Is so that they nicknamed "Terrible Tempered
This time of year puts can pay the meat blllt) Mr. Bang" for nothing. I knew
"Calves liver Is the best," he'd do a good Job.
back In school
")11 c children re _
ins our winter resident and our guest said, looking over my Next, I cornered Joey reading r- ISLE CAPRI3
4ik ,tu IIIKS the northern relatives to shoulder "Beef liver Is too in his bedroom "Joey," I said,
It'. also the time tor the strliunr" "Perhaps our guests would like
\visit unexpected dropper I asked my favorite meal cut. to hear you read. Why don't you n ak
i 1'1' ter to slice a pound and a half ask them" KImberly and Mary rVAH / / i'OUl
of calves liver while my guest were next Very shortly the house
benefit of %
rot> the our newxnP'r5 APARTtfcENTS
you could be sitting walked oft looking for more goodlea. began to sound like it were com T 'CY
Ing apart at the seams.Hubby .
i rat the dinner table when the
"M,.. Demo," said my meat hurried to the kitchento e
doorbell rings (It happens thisWe ,
cutter "Do know that this find "Can't b
you me. you any. M
almost every time) There
liver costs ?Our thing with those children"
a $1.15 a pound he x
standing with luggage In hand i*
aji guest who Just happened beef liver Is really very good" asked, rather loudly "They'reacting /
"Thank I know I said terrible!
you, ,
M be passing through Naplesand
Just happened to rememberthat feeling kinds sick. I pointed In "Good," I said.
the direction of my guest and "Goodl" Hubby exploded.
4 xisin Jane has a second
added, "He Insists!" Before. "What are you up to?"
it third cousin In Naples andYOU'RE
left the had Just to his blood
store our guest pick. keep pressure
III Now Just so your
ed several Items he needed down I explained
feelings won't be hurt they de. up my plan. Every.
for his diet. this time thing was In favor
special By my Including
ided to drop by for a minute.If
you're smart you'll shut the I was beginning to wish that stay the sudden drop In the tempera.
door In their face and pretendou log In a motel had also been re ture. Leaving Hubby standing
didn't hear the doorbell. quired In his diet. with his mouth open I walked
Our dinner went along smooth back to the living room. The
Ci tell them you don't have any
t third '>r fourth cousin I've ly The liver was excellent, the children were really following m y
and there order to the letter. "Children
vegetables were good, !
never had the nerve to do this,
wasn't a lump to be found any. I shouted Our guests were so
but It sounds like a good Idea left to
trio Thee
where In the mashed potatoes.The shocked they almost Jumped off A NIT CATCH was reported bv this happy are
BEST OF ADVICE children were even well man the sofa. Pretending not to notice right Atiun.; Fr. rt Ruth and Wilt II n r'' ''i-- Fnuth' Th. \

MIGHTY PURTY-Brush the hayseed out of her hair and Last year our annual guests nered. As a matter.ofdacteveryt I went on, "You better start were fishing mi lit thi tames of Capri with Capt Paul Winch. I). See
replace the dungarees and work shirt with a dress and arrived Just before the dinner thing was going too well. Our getting out the quilts, It's going column,
Donna Douglas turns into a sweet young thln She plays hour. It also happened to be guests night have stayed on for to get cold tonight"
Elly May Clampett on the Beverly Hillbillies7' the day before my grocery .hopping weeks A plan began to form In "Isn't your home heated?"our ,
day. This means that we my empty head. guest asked. -
eat leftovers or whatever we can After dinner I took Timmy I shook my head and smiled s
get together. However, wanting aside and said, 'Von, go Into the "But you must have some of Demos Capture

Read theW ant Ads to please my most distant relatives living room and do anything you those little space heaters :UOL : I IBy
I hurried off to the nearest like." I Ignored that statement and 6 GOP Seats In Capri
store with one of the guests Tim looked at me with large proceeded with the next step In
my plan which was to turn off
television. After five minutes .'f""r '--
i' :-:-:::-=-::-:-::-::-::-=:-::-::- :-::- ::- ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::: :::::: J the of total silence, I told our Florida House GAIL WINCHELL Phone MI2.5704 '

guests we would be up at S o'clockin TALLAHASSEE (AP-Demo. The weekdays during the had the best costume. The prize

the morning so, of course, crate made big Inroads into the past week went by hardly noticed (bubble bath) was awarded to
we would have to retire early. Republican legislative holdingsIn Jaworskl who promptly
but the weekend was filled Craig
Coming to NaplesWednesday Morning found our guests hove the general election, captur. with excitement. turned It over to his sisters
erlng over the coffee pot warm. tog at least six of the 14 GOP
celebrated Friday -
here Halloween was
the children
log their hands Their lips were House seats and cracking the Friday night
still blue after eating antes warm solid Plnellas County bloc for on the island all got togetherto night because of the swamp

and thursday breaUast. Needles to say, they the first time in years "trick or treat". They buggy races and the Increased
left as quickly as possible. As Three Repbllcan House members voted among themselves on who number of cars on the road.
we waved goodbye was a little were beaten by Democrats.In Most of the people here on
disappointed that I didn't get to the other seats, the Republl. the Island attended the Swamp
NOV. 18 19 work out the rest of my plan can Incumbents stepped down or Turkey Shoot Buggy Parade and two of the
.. . .. . . maybe this yearlMiller were defeated In primaries and Saturday Called residents here were participants -

the seats were up for grabs. In the parade Al Tatu
Plnellas long has been a Huge Success carried the American flag as
stronghold of Republicanism and
its legislative delegation has Saturday' Turkey Shoot spon. part of his marching group and
Blames been solidly GOP cored by the Exchange Club was Joanne Wlnchell marched as a
But Rep. Richard Deeb was "an outstanding success," a member of the Naples Junior

Lack Of defeated by John Ware, a Demo. spokesman for the club said at High Band.
Party crat, and Daniel McMuUen, Jr. the weekly meeting of the Ex. Capt. Paul Wlnchell had as
iii beat Republican Mark McGarryJr. change Club held Monday nightat his guests for the Swamp Buggy
Unity For Loss for another of the county' the Beach Club Hotel. Races, 18 of his friends relatives -
seats. "R was the best turkey shoot and customers from MIami -
Orange County E e publican yet and 38 full rounds of am. and Hialeah. Those attending -
AP -
KP )
RllmrY( Rep John Brumback, was dls. munition were sold," said D. D. and
William E, lack of Included Mr. Mrs.
placed by Democrat Bob Alii- Hendry, chairman of the .hoot.
party unity contributed to the Archie Calhoun and children
good, giving the county a House Because of Increased attendanceand
defeat he and his Re. and
crushing and
Democrats Cindy GregorYI
delegation of two crowded conditions, a motion
publican running mate, Barry and two Republicans was made and passed to the Mrs Robert Thomas and children -
PORTRAITS Goldwatar, suffered Tuesday. Broward County will send four effect that if other civic clubs Larry Mlkle, and Ladene ,

: He said the refusal of many Democrat and one Republican will do likewise, the Exchange and Ladene's boyfriend Mike I
state and local Republican can. to Tallahassee instead of two Club will contribute half of their Mrs. Lora LaVerne and her I
dldates to support the national Democrats and three Republl.cans current profits on the event for mother, also Loral Fred La-
ticket tended to "weaken the as It did last year. further improvements of the Verne and son, Fred Jr.; Mr.
Republican position from top to Rep. L. L. Baker, who held a grounds. and Mrs. P.H.Wlnc ellJoanne
bottom." Lake County seat for one term, Hendry said that a NBC photo. and Peggy Wlnchell. All of i
was edged by former Rep. Bill grapher took pictures of the shoot
However, MUler, the COP them had a wonderful time and
Reedy. and that the event will be tale.vised ,
I I vice-presidential nominee, said In Sarasota County, a Demo. and shown throughout the will be back In February to I
ftn i he would make no official state cratlc incubent. Jack Hasson, world. see the next races. I
ment on President Johnson's defeated a former representa. Guests for the evening were Capt. Paul Wlnchell fishing r
landslide election victory until live, Republican Gus Nelson for Doo Breeden, head cheer leader out of the Isles Capri Fishing !
'tF after word from Goldwater. the county's one House seat and office guide and Gary WII. Lodge took Allen Perry of Delaware j

1 / * * * * ** *** llama council, Junior mayor.high school The "boy student and of! Connecticut, Walter, Harrison and Fred Rathe Smith '!

girl of the month" were Introduced a resident here on the "Isles"
s. Highlighting by Art Sarfllng, guidance fishing last Thursday. Their
director at Junior High.Exchanglte than
catch Included better 50
of the meeting was
TI Bob Jaeger and Lucky Man was red grouper and several pan
fish Is associated with
Burt Walworth.
The Local Week Dupont Smith Is a film producer -

MEET TOUGH STANDARDS In Hollywood, and Rathe
: HONOLULU (AP- theft job Is a "bum" (His own term.)

as a mt.aion.ry, or a miiaion Mrs. Dick Larson reports
. . . . . worker on a Pacific island that a 12-pound snook was

Her art tome of the qu.ltfcl'lIonl. caught Sunday by a group of

First steps to organize a Sall. 32-13, on the local field Friday listed in the Church fishermen fishing out of the
Ing Club In Naples were taken night. Osttlte of the Anglican 1 Diocese Isles of Capri Motel and Ma-

I IN FOOD Wednesday evening at the homeof Realty sales for October reach. of Polynesia published in Suva.. rina. She also said that pan-
: Mr. and M,.. Jack Messmer.Mrs. ed $2,073,947, a representative which i a advertising cinue fish fishing Is "terrific" and
in such poet:
Virginia Moore will head
monthly average.
redflsh are being caught often.
up a committee to draft by. An estimated crowd of 7,000 Ability to mix with people
Mr. and
Mrs. MeA.
laws for the new organization. Races mix concrete, wade r'\lrs. write Perryof
attended the Swamp Buggy
: i The eight semlflnallsts tn the Sunday afternoon,with another 2,. article, love one' neighbor Miami returned again this
Swamp Buggy Queen race were: 000 turned away no room. deliver bahta, *it cro-leged, weekend for more fishing.They
conduct meeting, drain *w np., caught a number of redflsh
Susan Ballard Suzette Fortin King Is
The new Swamp Buggy
: -1 Jo Anne Rayburn, Penny Salmon, Benny Collln of Hlaleah. Ann digestquesttenable dllh..,pitch while fishing out of the Islesof
Sally Jo Helmick, Peggy Hood, Davis, driving the Jack Hatcher tire, patch human weaknesses. Capri Fishing Lodge and
Darlene Page, and Linda Partin. Special, won the "mud ducheas' suffer fool gladly and burn mM- also caught a few off their
Penny Salmon was crowned title for the second year In the night oil.There's. property here on the "Isles".

"Queen" at the Coronation Ball powder putt derby. more' Inca, We hope to see them back again
Person illergic to
Saturday evening at the Beach The Swamp Buggy Parade was
t babies, beggar, chop sucy, soon.
Club. a mile long and Included the 11.11ooal cockroaches. guitar., h""dlty.HeMs. The bookmobile will be her
Mot Dorothy Tattoo of Day. number of big wheel contrap.
mildew, mud next November 11
poverty. Wednesday
tona Beach and
posting a JWiole tines, many beautiful floats,
score of 168 won the Florida numerous marching bind and hail better think twice before so get busy reading your books I

Senior Women's State Champion. other groups. Fifth Avenue was ..wIYlns.g .
1 ship In the tournament concluded lined with viewer from Third I
\\S; Thursday at the Beach Club. Street, South all the way to the __ i
Mr*. Vera Berg of Fort Mjrera Four Corner The winning floats
won the "Reserve Member were sponsored by (1)) Hoover THE NAPLES :

championship tourney played at Maytag and (I) Junior Woman'
aDMlss FREE Big Cypress. She 1* the motherof Club.
Patty Berg, the lady pror.es. NotebookContinued
Lu.UL. tonal

i Voter turned out In record

number at the polls in Collier ( from pg I) i
Permit for new consttucUom County. In contrast to the nation.
tn the county reached a value al trend, Goldwater carried thecounty
of $''',303 for October, Marco by a vote of 3,423 to.,775
Island Development Corp took out for Johnaon. (Abeentee ballot smooth front of their.
t pavement in and
shop, art optimistic
AuditoriumIn permits tor 12 model homes, a are not Included In these totals.)
. Tahitian Cove yacht club, and a water plant Holland for the Senate and Rog. the streets leading to th section will be tn good

during October. So far this year era for the House won la the shape in |jig time.

addition to learning how !e prepare the for |county s,714aS has of issued new construe.tlon. permit. Motley county for by a governor trro-to-one led vole BTM, but bya Frock and Frill Shop opened this week with Mrs

economical gourmet food, these et. sponsored by- vote of 1,7.9 to 1,711 la a dose William Seeley manager. Owners Mr and Mrs. Walter.

City permits issued for new one. Absentee ballots could Buckman also have a shop In Mt Dora. Fla., and divide;
tending the sessions will here en opportunity construction la October reached this figure.
908310. The total for the nut change for the winter between there and Naples In the summer the;+
to wlr hend.eme end. useful, ) FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. SUNSHINE The Democrat candidate
10 month of 19M was $11.913,. county office were naopposwl. Buckman operate a shop in Kennebunkport, Me. /

prltet ABSOLUTELY fREEI) COLLIER COUNTY DAILY NEWS 701. Tide surpass the U61 The average total far M oounty Across the street in the) new CHIumtky buildingMrs /
yearly total of ",SU,T01. about 3,300.
.f office Mrs was
attend both ....1011I
Plan NOW to I Becky Strand n with
* County and City tax bills were I. A. Doug Hendry. candidate coping carpenter, painters!
Collier County' final Caoklng School mailed out this past week. A for aherlfl got 4,"* votes II) I boxes etc "Becky's" will open ne-- week. I

which will be conducted by Service Rep Watch This NewspaperFor ed four for per payment cent discount to November.The I* allow.. primary lead the ticket a* be dM In <'.* Mrs Mary Franck plan to -Joe"> Meek Fore and,

retentetive ef Florida Fewer & Light Further Information On All 13 amendment carried inC :Strike on Friday After closing up shop ,n East Hampton,

\Oiler C'njrtv but e pay hiker i Mrs Francke spent three weeks ,f New v-rlr fofr
ring food from Sunshine Foodway PORTRAITS IN FOOD and Myers Orwen Wave : Jl.Stl I e ; Pea r Inumda. .
.t' In Naples
toutball team swamped Naples, IM was dc.eu.ed og


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.: .*$bit About Sponge Fishermen' I a +. 4 '

3 8 Sponge Boats Working Out Of EvergladesBy


BILLJE D. SMITH The sponge Is a marine animal move the sponge from the rock has dived over most of the lentils will, mm Into beautiful

The saga of the sea of men ImnMbUe and receive with a gentle rolling motion, world and states that while greenery. The Chamber
and their boats has been eelogtsed Its food from the tiny sea .- after piecing the prongs under the conventional "hard head" will display the sponge In their

throughout history and main !dm currents carry by fee! sponge, to prevent tearing. suit of the sponge diver weighs. windows, for all to see and

rightly so. them, such as plankton. They Captain "Mike" Gtanaras, about! ISO pounds the Navy enjoy.

For the past 30 years In take oxygen from the water SUpper of the "Elsie G.M.N diving' suit weighs 600 pounds. -
early fall. Everglades located and if the water U not clean, stated that there are six varieties Ills r>,)at Is equipped with a

on the Barron River has beena the sponge will din This sea of sponge to be found In "skin-diving" suit which he nourdas', "Independences
pen of call to the Tarpon animal Is classed under Phylum the Gulf. In order of their! sup Introduced to the sponge Indus' Capt. Kostss Klemstos' 'The

Springs Sponge fleet. These Porlfera. pertortry they ant fcoo i i)11'GF try st Tarpon Springs. Several General Von Fleet Tom

sturdy boats, many of which When the sponge U in Its sponge yellow sponge, grass of the boats are switching Ltndseys "Madeline'! Capt.

are M years old, are deep natural state on the coral or sponge, wire sponge and the over to this lighter, faster John OUnatls'Ulefis"Agatha" and

4S. drafted. They draw five or rocky bed of the Gulf of Mexico "finger, glove or reef sponge: gesr. Capt. Don claimsIt Capt." Manuel" with the

six feet of water and are powered it Is covered with a slick, The eight sponge boats docked Is safer too. It consists of Le 1ekts.
with motors with two In Everglades are harvesting a face mask with an air hose The eight boats are lying
film. In -
shiny some waters
masts for sails In case of the gray color Is a shiny-Jet only the first two, the wool leading to it. ss it does In the at dock at the foot of Broad-
power failure. Approximate black. and the yellow sponge conventional gear. A light way and Riverside Drive Theyare

ly 45 feet In length they take The sponge bests make two weight foam rubber suit Is used. waiting for the water to

the lei easllyt 10 knots they They are removed from their trips each year from Tarpon He states that a diver can disengage clear from mud storm-tossed

quickly transport the men who habitat by a sponge hook, heldIn Springs, one In early fall, and himself from the suit by the fury of Hurricane Isbsll.

go to sea in diving suits! the hand of the diver. The the other after Easter. They by opening one lever or buc The boats will return hone

They are presently workingin hook measures five Inches across travel the reefs In search of kle. to Tarpon Springs for Christmas -

the Cape area, at six fatS and has curved prongs fine sponges for the "closed capt. Don recently appear and will remain there

homs ((36 feet). Sponge are mounted on a short handle. auction" held In Tarpon ed on a T.V. program iponsor until they Stan their second
found growing on coral rock, looking much like a miniature Springs. While here they shi| ed bythcTarponsprlngsCham- trip down the warm Gulf of

and other types of rock for- potato rake with a sawed off sponge to Tarpon Springs by ber of Commerce ss s sponger Mexico

WIND INSTRUMENT This mation. handle. The sponge divers re- truck. and only one panelist guess* The religious. day on Jan
,saxophone-like device is a Capt. "Mike" stated that the ed correctly that this tall uary fl, called the "Epiphany"or

'lets lightweight breathing 111 .-" yield for the boats each year ) SPONGE pros> nti-d to the J Everglades: blond man was the skipper of Cross InTarponSprtngs

jppaiatus for ills persons The with : is around 35,000 "pieces" (Individual rhanibj-i of Coin ntrt i It', (>"> mortcn around thsponlC1' a sponge boat, as well as a 1s attended by visitors numbering
puator device y'\ 'j sponges). None are anti 18 lux That's diver. thousands. This great
Neighs ]14 ounces and eases Naples Bridge 'e ) twi tut high purple
In.tlhlnldifficulties: with an under five Inches across In sea fan in the lHlI'kltl''lIll1i. taken from the bottom Capt. John Malllls. aboard day honors the Mariners pat-
size the his boat the Elenl" told ron saint and
.ii< OX\ gen mixture combined legal requirement. of the Gulf of MIAII us protector St, /
This Is the he has been his Nicholas of the Greek
,uth medication Its values By FRANK OTTE v"" why sponge hookIs bringing sponge: Orthodox
in the increased mobility '"" -.. ."""""- exactly five Inches across, boat to Everglades for over Church
illowed. the patient a handy measuring unit for the :30 years, and has been a diver
HOME AGAINWe weeks, we played at six differ. bottom"of the ses. IN RESEARCH The Skipper says that the for over 33 years. The"Elenl"and CROSS BLESSING
left Plentywood, our cabinIn ent ACBL Clubs where always '"Mike" and his boat dreaded "bends"! which cornel
It takes Capt. One
five or six "pieces"to Capt. John were in the mo* of the highlights of the
the Smokies of North Caro. Southern hospitality evoked awarm worked In research with die from rising too rapidly to the
mmmfmNI.W SO weigh a pound, and are sold 'vle-"Twelve Mite Reef", made day Is blessing of the crou.
lint, at a theometrlc degrees; welcome. These combinedwith will alx
of at
Laboratory Miami. surface not occur
frost wu truly on the pumpkins.. five others In Georgia,North by "pieces. The center of a Marine several years sgo in the Key fashioned rom gold blessed by
YORK (AP) As presl. the mountains and valleys ablaze Carolina and Northern Florida truck tire Is used as a measuring In 1934 to determine the cause fathoms deep. West area. the Bishop and thrown Into the
initial elections go the Johnson silk carnivals of colors. Fan. brought our Bridge visitationsup and holding receptacle of red tld41n" the Gulf. Captain Mike said that the His forefathers have all been water Small boats are crowd

andsllde was hardly a teleri trifle the scenery but the warm to eleven ACBL listings. In the market place where the The conventional diving suit legend of the Isles of Greecewas industry, first In ed with young men, eagerly 't i iwatting
ion cliff-hanger. Even withoute Gulf breetM called us home Good runt! Mentally stimulatingand auction buyers are gathered. used for sJpnge diving, aboard the first place a divingsuit Greece later In Tarpon to dive for the cross 1He ,

networks' computer projec. and happy we are to be here enough additional points to They are graded ss to size and the boat n the "hard head" was used for gathering Springs He Is familiar with who finds the cross, takesIt
ions, the trend would have been agaliu..wUh a handshake for all bring us well above a FULL quality and the U.S. Govern- type. The tri-glassed heavy sponge which grow abundantly all the reefs in the Gulf wherehe to the bishop and kneels at
vident very early Tuesdayight our friends and this reporting MASTER rating.It ment is the biggest buyer. Nat headpiece Is bolted In place there. The first diver was has fished most. his feet The ArchbUhop blesses -
through Naples Bridge. was especially Interesting by the "life tender". A heavy a woman.
All three networks were fed ural wool sponges are the best the youth the crowd applauds -
For over s week, the frost note the different
',e returns with amazing speedy bidding conven for care of big guns and have suit and lead shoes completethe GIVES TO CHAMBER and cheers him. It ls
painted a glistening white on our lions and to meet the many Life GREEK ORIGIN
the Network Election Serve and daily chore was many other uses by the Army diving suit. The hands Capt. "John" presented me believed he is destined for
porch a Masters whom
against we com
of the
"ie, the Joint project by The chopping wood for the fireplace peted. The new Shenken System bevy, Marines and Air Force. are bare. An air valve ls Most men own Everglades Chamber of Com good luck throughout life asa
Associated Press, United Press which kept us snug and relaxed. seems to be quite a rage. Mar. Capt. "Mike" says that the placed Inside the headgear and operate sponge are merce with a mammoth sponge, result.
international, and the three Incidentally, since we are com. garet and I have been studyingIt prices are good this year as which the diver controls U of Greek descent following In hollowed out with fluted edges, After Lists r,when the sponge
najor networks. Each was thor. pletely surrounded by a forest and recommend your consld the spongers receive approximately there is too much air pressure the footsteps of their fathersand In the natural It.lI. and clipped fleet leaves Tarpon Springs to
ighly! organized to handle a continuous hearth fire Is no ration Occasionally, a bit of from $1.00 to fl.BQ the diver Is "blown up", Jet. grandfathers who sponged: on the bottom The Urge prowl the Gulfs seabed the
hem and each provided easy-to. problem at all and wood-getting bitterness popped up at the Du. for a 20 to 24 "piece" bunch like to the surface of the wa. In the Isles of Greece. However sponge looks much like a basket sponge Industry producers are

'ollow running reports, verbal a stimulating exercise. Our de. plicate tournaments; usually a or string. ter, and balloons out, lying the Captain and ownerof lie gave also a bag of again In action to supply the
ind visual. parture would have been sooner husband and wife tiff . em. fist on the water The exper the "SamarKos Bros." came ,
lentils of bean market.
The "Elsie G.M. carries a (a type ) to plant large Natural sponges
From reports on the first except that Publishers prentice. harassing and not conducive to Lanced "life tender" and other from a much different Island-
six man crew. Two are diversone In the natural holes of the are more absorbent and
cattered returns through the Hall Inc. kept about this
needling partnership rapport
members of the England.'
crew are
accurate predictions of winners and that as their linotype stood a "life tender", an engineer equip Don Hutchlns Is sponge as well as Inside the softer but softness does not
and a cook. On pod to take care of any situationin Captain Kept wet by standIng apply to men and boats who
l 10 the final statements of victo.y ready to galley proof my text NOW HEAR THBI most lie sponge ,
and concession, fine, work. book on Credit Management Which reminds something we boats the captain-owner Is a an emergency Even If the a professional in I 'vessel of f water the go to sea, In a diving suit.
diver and diver
nanllke jobs were turned in by tt has been a long, semi recently read in a South Caro. diver. air compressor on deck of the Navy salvage .
each network news stiff. hot summer during which the Una newspaper . by Bee The sponges are taken aboard boat falls there is still enough before he went to Tarpon -- -
Choosing a station boiled time chart ticked off 830 hours Shenken, wife of the famous How. from the net bags which the pressure left to bring the diver Springs and became Interested COLLIER COUNTY NIWS, Ntplx, f I.. W..nJ.y, ....': 4, Ivtt 7-

down to one's choice of com of skull and desk work to finish srd Shenken, author of the new diver fills from the seabed, up In diving for sponge. He I
mental ors. the 848 typed pages by contract system "Better Bidding in FIX. and sends line
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via the line on the rocky bottom. j' .
experts, Including Clare Boothe college economics, accounting led "Don't Let Bridge Come Be.
Luce and Arthur SchleslngerJi and advertising. August 28 will tween You." I quote In parts The boat's propeller while the
", cut them oft frequently In always be remembered. a red "When any remark other than a divers work, has a guard placed
mid-sentence to catch up with a letter dayM.shlpped the bulky complimentary one 1s made at over to prevent fouling of airlines I "'
news bulletin. manuscript to P.H, rented a Shaa.ta the table the mate of the 'big or other lines. O: : S :(OU PRIN.TING
The analyses of network staff House Trailer and took off mouth' alts and waits as a nil. .
experts particularly CBS' for the ocean beaches and lake. ture might to find an error.
Eric Severeld and ABC's How side parks of South Carolina; This generally occurs on the next Kill 56 RedGuerillas j
ard K. Smith were shorterand stopped at Cheraw the family hand or two, as there Is too much
sharper, homestead of our Inimitable tension to think correctly. Just
With all networks receiving Director Carter Harra 1. try to win under these clrcum. In
the vote totals simultaneously, During this restful three stances!"
the big competition was in use Bee then follows with this ad.
')>( the computer projections.Even DON'T EXCHANGE vise: "If an error 1s made, mliu S. Viet FightCA
so, all three seemed to be TRASH FOR GAME ute or glaring force a smile
MAU South Viet: Nam
handling these very carefully. NEW YORK (AP The IS and say: 'tough break hone,.' (AP) Fighting, their way
CBS nicknamed its computer million hunters *tio will tiki toAmerica' The hand that follows seems less from foxhole to foxhole, so VIM.nameee :.
"VTA"" for "Vote Profile Analy. forcits this fall are difficult to play. And when the Rangers overpowered a CONTINU
sits" and Its staff invariably urged "not to ench.ni rubbish bridge game la over, you must force of Communist guerrillas
iwd the phrase "indicated win. for gene." follow this rules No trouble'hands Tuesday and killed M.
'lfr NBC with "EVA" for C.R. Outermuth vice president are to be discussed until suck a "This Is aa election daypresent
"Electronic Vote Analysis" time when all tension of the game "
of the Wildlife\ Management tor 1.8J. said one UA
has .subsided. S
Jw.ye used the phrase
Institute and chairman of Keep adviser )
"pr ,Jetted) winner." And ABC America Beautiful', nauonal SO It's good lobe back Ranger casualties were only
lUst with kudos to Vie and Mae the
calling it "our computer, ,
advisory council steering committee one killed and K wounded In thethree.hour
IIpoke of former for his excellent direct (
"awarding" victory.
estimate that "if all ""uit. which
NBC"'. research department log and the latter for Ms Inter. ap.
the** hunters were litterbug I parently taught the entrenched !
estimated that at the peak each one of, them would leave eating publicity which kept us guerrilla off guard In the ham.
Nil *, some 70 million were least of trash a well Informed about Naples let of Khal
at a pound or twang, 15 miles
striiing election returns total of 7.000 tons la the na Bridge activities.By north of Ca Mau.
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nellt Democratic victory, but Outermuth's advice to print, 111 be meeting you In "Our boys wiped out IS fos.
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mines. made us all partlcU out whet me with a reminder of the above 14. Robert F. Herrick of Alton, SBLL!
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Skillful Use Of Pass Junior High

Major Gridiron Improvement Ends Season

By REESF HART Wade said during his early

Associated Pipes Writer caching year at Vanderbilt On Thursday SPORTS

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) The Alabama and Duke "we used
man who coached Alabama and the pass less frequently than } i E' ,,t' M al Naples Junior Hied' football

Duke football teams to national them' do today. Usually the pass team ends the 1964 Mason Thur*. . . . . . . . . .
prominence says skillful\ use was of the long home.run varle- day nihl when It entertains i

of the pass is oat ol' the major tv." 111 contrast, he said, the tough Fort Uyuis! Junior High COLLI fit COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i Mi W.dn..d.y No>.mb.r 4 1964
Improvement in football In the teams of today use more short club at 7:00: at the local high :|

last three decades passes.An year >. haul If,*Ht.all field I.t

"The passers and,! receivers of exponent of the single c I a< h mil M..., bhill's Pan.

today are so much more skillful wing offense, Wade said he Ie I ,tom a b liters have won three, lust one,

than they were years ago. It's "1I0t convinced that the single and tied one game this season

the result of long training" said wing is not a more potent for- In their first game "1 the sea.

Wallace Wade, now a spry 72. nation than the T. The single son, the Naples lads battled Fort ,

Wade, a member of the Helms wing we used caused the de- Myers to a scoreless tie at Fort i a h y '

football Hall of Fame, lives In funs to spread. R called for ,1y > Myers.

retirement on a 120.acre cattle more Intensive coaching on ? Last Saturday afternoon, Na

ranch a few miles from Durham Individual assignments," plea' defense proved too much

and Duke, where he built the At Alabama from Ins to 1931, for Punt Gorda, as the Panther

Blue Devils into a national pow. Wade won four championshipsand won by an 18.7 count. The Punt

er in the 1990s. his teams played In the Cord touchdown, which came on

'1 wouldn't want to go back to Rose Bowl three Um... His IMS a lost tumble In the end zone,

coaching," he said firmly. "I'm t.lm. which he described as one was not tile fault of the defense

content to do what I'm doing." of his greatest defeated Wash. t'P FOR GRABS-Wolfgang Reinhardt, who was second in the Olympics, shows a bit of An Interception and a blocked

He raises -Hereford rattle and Ington 20-19 In the Rose Bowl rare form In this jump, an he grabs the cross bar until it bends on the way over punt enabled Naples to take an

feed on his country estate northof Wade came to Duke In 1931 early 11.0 lead. The Intercep.

Durham. and continued a fabulous cache lion was by Mike Matuslak, who

Ing career that was Interrupted returned it 58 yards for a touch.

in 1942 by Army service during down. Another defensive standout \ '

Buffalo Bills World Wade War, whose B. 1938 and 1942 The Art of Practice PuttingBy against Llghtner Punta a good-aired Qorda was eighth Don ::

team played In the ROil Bowl grader who made a doien tack.

Only Unbeaten returned to Duke In 1948 follow. TOM CREAVY With palms facing one another. les.
has release a* a colonel from include Don
log Pro. Saratoga, N.Y.. Spa Golf Court. vou should use the reverse overlap Probable starters *
the Army, but thing wr not Tom Morton, Jerry Davis,
Untied Pro TeamNEW 9nunif/ I IP 1'.i./ "nn grip putting the index finger o.an.
the same The split T had made and Rocky lamurri in the back.

Its advent during the war year. of the left hand over fingers of and Tommy Peele, Doug
YORK AP) The The majority of golfers spend too much time on the driving rang Held
"We had a tough time defend. the right hand. Peterson, Steve Schrlmsher
Buffalo Bills whose idea of how and little the
too putting
the T formation" he on grn.
log against Dane Scofield Wale
to play football is grind It out recalled "I had never played Putting Is one of the most Important departments of the old Hold the club firmly with vow Larry lace Abbott Lee and Scott Black in v Av.
but don't give anything out, art ,left hand. The right hand being
against it. Scotch gems And It Is neglected the line for the Panthers .
the only undefeated and untied In 1950 Wade left Duke to The grip 1s very Important inputting the stroking hand should grip

team in pro football The Amer become commissioner of the the most. The rlghthanddomiates the club llghtlv The thumbs
lean Football League's statistics In addition to helping rut those
Southern Conference, a post he the stroke more In putting then should be straight down the shaft
show why held until January 1960, when vital strokes from vour score on Rhome
In most shuts.Smart Jerry
In the team offense and dllo The weight should be on the
to a
he retired. He seldom goes the green putting practice also
tense figures released today thBills left foot. The ball should be
No 1 In all but one oi football game now. will help Improve your longer Selected AP
are "
"To be successful my day, aligned off the left foot wnlch
the major categories and a very game by developing a sent ot(
Wade declared, "we had to have Boys should be bark two turtles from '
good second in that one undefeated season. We didn't touch In the hand.
an Back WeekTULSA
With big Cookie GUchrtrt think of a bowl bid unless we !Short putts should bepra< tic'pd the direction line. This allows CALLING THE TINE<: NOW s .,,11, I ,t.ll i n t pianist tuin'

showing the way Buffalo has were undefeated. Today they first followed by profresnlvth Figure This for a better direction line and Okla (AP) A good boxer again NoIts \\ h.'n' he meets t'a.sjius (lay( for the

the best AFL running attack consider eight victories out of 10 follow through receiver is a passer's best heavyweight championship in BostonPurdue's
averaging 18S.7 yards per game successful season." longer putt so that the sense of Week's friend and Jerry Rhome has a .
games a WinnersNEW The eve should focus on the ----- -- -- -
and 4.5 yards per attempt. Add distance becomes almost automatiI' lot of good friends.

to the 1,326 yards the Bills have i YORK (AP) Getting ball the body should be steady Rhome, the University of

gained by rushing a total of 1,. After you sink the two and 69.5 per cent of the vote will and the arms should he cradled Tulsa's quarterback and Associated Hardick Chip JohnsonGetting

980 yards on 102 completed Lenny Moore win you many an election. But with elbows turned In toward the Press Back of the Week
lhres-foot putts consistently Wins AP Award Of
pastes and you get 3,306 yards that kind of an average In foot. bodv for the second time this season,

and an Impressive average ol Hard work on the four five and six ball picking merely prove you has plenty of talented catchersfor Lineman Of WeekBy
To length of the will
413.a yards Stop from these die putt
per game. footers. Putts have been In Tokyo for five his passe Set
The Oakland Raiders are firstIn week because of the Olympics. determine the length of the
lances are the ones which proveso Last Saturday they grabbed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

passing offense with 3,170 Near End ZoneNEW costly The closer you can Last week's gridiron gymnastics it roll t. On short putts, the arms 35 of 43 he put up giving him 488 Bob Hadrlck Purdue end

yards on 131 completions, aver. found a 709 percentage. should sits Into the bodv On passing yards and Sot yards In voted the most valuable player
aging 271.2 yards a gam*. That YORK BaltU come to making putting mechanical That the season's fig. In the Boilermakers'
brought longer the forearm total offense a* Tulsa blitzed victoryover For
putts right Cooper
gives them second In total of. mor.'* Lenny Moore Isn't the the bttter putter you will be. urea to .693. Oklahoma State 81.14. That Illinois, was named Line

Tense with a 381.8 yards per strongest or the swiftest runnerin Of course there Is more to Here are this week's vote should follow through. This will gave him three more major man of The Week today by The

game the National Football League putting than Just a sense of touch getters keep the stroke smooth collegiate one-fame records Associated Press Naples prize-fighter Chip

On defense Buffalo has yield. He averages an unspectacular and distance Alabama over Louisiana most completions, most passing Hadrlck caught eight passes, Johnson has returned to England

ed only 2,134.yards In eight four yards each time he carries State-This could be the best yardage and most total offenseyardage one for a touchdown in the 26.14 to train for a fight next Mond)
games 632 by rushing and 1,. the ball He' not among the Because the contour of greens team ever produced by Coach Flurry Of Colds triumph last Saturday that kept night In Manchester with Jim

602 by pasting for an overall leading pass receivers, either varies greatly you must be ableto Bear Bryant of Alabama and An earlier Rhome record Purdue tied with Ohio State for my Cooper,the brother of European -

average of 266.7 yards per But show him the end tone read the ,r..n.. This helps he has been In the business Hits Miami SquadsMIAMI seven touchdown passes In one the lead in the Big Ten. It set a.Inclerame heavyweight champion

gam. They're first all the way. Just ahead and he's a hard man determine the speed of the putt since World War n. David Ray came led to his first selection Purdue record and
Bills have been (AP-The University Henry Cooper.
In addition, the to stop too versatile. is AP's Back of the Week two earned the Junior from South
penalized only 23 times for 233 and cuts down the number of long of Miami's football Injury .!tua. Johnson will be making his
"HI leg are always pum. Notre Dame over Pittsburgh weeks ago.Rhome Bend and., the nod In the week.
yards, another No. I figure. ping" says teammate Bob second putts so costly when _Everyone Is raving about the tlon Improved today but trainer gives plenty of creditto ly voting by sports writers and first stan since he fought Harold

Only In a couple of places can Boyd "The deception he shows missed.On Notre Dam passing attack of Dave Wine feared a rash of : his receivers, but added broadcasters.The PrescOtt to a draw last

the Bills be faulted They have you Is why so many tackier downhill putts hold the John Huart to Jack Snow but colds might break out among "Those blockers are just as 19-year-old, who stands 8.toot2 month in Birmingham, Prts-

fumbled IS times and lost seven miss him." did you know that the Irish the players before Friday night'sgame !food friends." and weigh 190 pound, oott'j home town' British boxIng -
putter a* lightly as possible. Too with Tulane
of them. Their pass completion That's why Moore, leading the defense this season has limitedsix He's especially high on the needs to catch only eight more buffs rate young Cooper
percentage Is next-toJowest and NFL In scoring this Mason, strong a stroke at Impact. from foes to a total of five touch. End Ed Weisacosky and full "awfully fine blockers" in the passes to set a Purdue Mason higher than PrescottJohnson's
back Fete Banastak both tintstrlne.fI.
their percentage of Intercept already has set one league as much a* 30 feet Ivan oftenTOM downs. backfield, Bob Daugherty and record and he may get them manager George DeBusman
down with colds
tlons 1* the highest record and Is within reach of Ohio State over Penn Stale- Tuesday. came Wine said he was Bill Goods who double a* Tul. against Michigan State on Sal. sa'l.Cooper.

two others.So Normally the Buckeyes don't n'. runner urdl) .
afraid an epidemic might be In U making his first
THE far he has scored 113 (r' concentrate on non-Big Ten Rhome's receiver are mostly
the making. stan in a and DeBusman
touchdown for 78 points, 10 foes, but with an unbeaten sea. mailer guy led by Wool 10 year
more than Jim Bakken of St. son In prospect they 11 grind Rex Wilson, an end, and tackle Howard Twilley but h* says says It Is his man's Intent to
out of Joe Foss Sees
fJU Cljfl'lmG Louis He has made touchdownsby down the sub-par Nlttany Lions Jim Stephens who with came .hey're so good all he has to do knock out Cooper to avoid having
) the Detroit Injuries,
running; in each of the last 10 Arkansas over Rice-The Owl still I were not game at top form but I. get the ball to them. to let the referee decide

games he has played. That's the offense has come apart and He does that so successfully No Expansion In

record he set One more by any I should be further blunted by the were Improving. h.'. had only four Interceptions

mean against the Chicago unbeaten Arkansas array Three others who missed the out of lot passes this year and

Bear Sunday will equal the Oregon Slate over Indiana Detroit game because of injuries las thrown more than 70 AFL Until 1966NEW

AND record of coring in 11 ctmsecu.tlv The home field gives the West took part in Tuesday's contact straight times without losing YORK AP) Therewun.t
I game held by Elroy Hirsch lout leaden a narrow dge, work and were pronounced fit one. ( In lie 4j

:: COUNTRY of Lot Angel and Buddy Dialof 1 Nebraska over Kansas Despite for action They are tackle EdKrasMwski Of Twtlley who has caught 57 American be any Football expansion League until

/ Pittsburgh both star pas the heroics of Kansas''' middle guard Bruce 718 and
for yard eight
passes the 11168 season at least, Com.
CLUB Brlnko and defensive back An.
catcher Gale 8ayr, the defensive. touchdowns: Rhom says, "I mlssloner Joe Foss said today. j
dy Six killer.
And Just a few more touch minded Huskers will extend
wouldn't trade him for anybody.
Club owners In the league mat
with the "a''ACILITIIS down will bring Moor to then streak to 15. Art Zachary, the team's punt.
up winning lie has great timing. I don'tbeleve 4CHIP
here last week but details on
er and star defensive back was r '
his own Baltimore record of 15 Syracuse over Army-Floyd he's missed four passesall
expansion were not worked out
in one season and the NFL a Little will run the Cadet due to rejoin the squad. He has year that he's been close to" until today.

record of 10, set by Jim Taylor ragged in this on.. been In Cleveland since the .' h\
In Southwest Floridafor Fo. statement follows
weekend because of his father'sdeath.
of Green Bay in 1961 Michigan' over Illinois-Coacr AFL
two day one In which the
Country Club The NFL' other record Hump Elliott of Michigan, uatv, .
AI Dark Join limit from
May Increased the player
breaker, Jimmy Brown of all] beat brother Pete coachf Tulane 1* due In Miami Thurs.
34 to 30 with two additional
LIVINGGOL Cleveland I* the other standoutin nilr.ols. and there 1* no Indl.att ,, day The Qreenles will not prac. Cubs Next Year deferredlist.
player on the injured
lice here before taking the field
the weekly Individual stalls ,a in the
: ('n a change script
ING tics released by the league to. 'uses over Baylor Crnl e, against the Hurricane Friday CHICAGO (AP) Al hark, The Increase becomes or

II .Isle. Otem,..mlup Celt Ueutlltat day. Brown became the first 1C< and the strong Teta de, night at 816 p.m. fired as manager of the San feclive next season The NM,
'' CMi'ilM* Nr ,ley Francisco Wants, may Join the has a 40.playr limit.
NFL player to gain more than fe a* will prove too much.P
'"II I..kl' K'S IOKN Bermudan Chicago Cube next year is a "When the American Football
10,000 yards by rushing when he ncetnn over H.nard-Th.
SWIMMING. coach owner P. K. Wrigley in. League was founded Its goal
,. ,
( 11 MiJ UICM Club will
AAUvMMl'S' i40'iJO' sulk made 149 last Sunday against hi 31 Big Three round-roblc eatab.
dlcated Tuesday. was parity with the long
swill n...."nl "pi .,.il..MeHOMESITES Pittsburgh lie has run SIS starts for Princeton's great hold IK animal men's invitation. Wrigley, denying an extensive I l Is had National football
yards on 181 carries this yeara 1111111a<:k. Cusmo lacavaid gulf tournamrni Nn 16 20 Last
shakeup In the Cubs' operation League," said FOM In expl tn.
five-yard average, and 10,133 In Purdue over Michigan SletThe eyear's winner *.. Dick StimeU
Tk. sri_ler .kwMtitM eve MM) his career. CREAVY Boilermaker sophomore I of OvsteiHarbnr., M.-.. He beat may be ia the making, Midi log the nonxpanion decision.

,., tli.* best CeM.'ry elMIl U.... Johnny Unites vt Baltimorecontinues Too Muny Heyl. P .,H.n have become of age (worgtr; y. I"1In "f the home club "Dark bas been la touch with "Because we have only eight
Ie S..Ibaed FUnsV the us. However, U be should returnto club a* opposed to 14 in the
in anal
as the No 1 passer tends the I bill the rup 411 d Georgia Tech over Tnna.4
past more
In ,the the CUbe it would be as NFL, parity has been
Turn fart d ]f.le a./ with 87 completion on 1(9 at. leave rlltll" i I' n t ,f severe: I-Howe..r., Tech must atOll enui" Jmmon>.. CharlesI coach. We would like to have quickly obtained: and now, with
mi i al\ S niU ( N V .
tempts for 81.9 per cent and a thinking about the Alabami mt won
SI4) tress U S 41 f Him but he' still looking (for a the increase in player limit, w*
M.I Irvtnp' HBriKklon.
PHONE Ml I MM 18-yird average gain lame a week awaySeminoles In
tOn 11as. mana<<.r'' Job elsewhere. should be the stronger league
ildfhl! putts II Is Impor .
1964. Then w* will again constd.r
tint t,1 h..1 II' the Hl, .Id. of thi ..
rn ffi ffiffiffi ffiffi ffiffifficI : Drills the question of Mpanslon.Fos
hole If K oar I miss with a nornu ? : said he had received
.AI .
putt of in feet or under, flu p Put Under Wraps Al, rr .... .as'c- t Inquiries from SI groups in 10
a elites franchise: In
IEIE I & regarding a
DON-STUART' C.I| "neter 'up n\.r In," theor I,s T ALLAH ASS3II :
( /J"I the AFL, sow' Ia H* flfth yr. JOHNSONbe
best. but not when takln,
\ou are r da awls worked today on nefnotball .

Announces a chance of rolling swat from thi, play for their weekemgene ,winter. kiu aIJmobasvru .

IE "'W and !have to com bark up i iICT I.I I at Houston : : Barn Burns At to Birmingham declared that
Coach BUI Peterson
put tlgtv .
.. .. Johnson should have been given
The Opening of security restrictions on the Sam
LEI To snore sal') e plaver shoal e male practice after ilouctoi I ;: I Laurel Race Track din verdict over Prescott, but

average SO to 31 putts I round. coach But Yeoman and two ass _r fee referee declared It a draw
Their Studio for the 32 Horses
Home Killing
i rjm
t teast Despite an unimpressive 852 -
rju Met Hub golfer take U toputts. 41 t t 1st ants viewed FSU's trouncwi r
rt record Johnson b ranked
rji of Southern Mississippi I t LAUREL, Md. (AP) *a
Today 'W..end.lV estimated a nor*** were ... 9M among the world's heavywesjNs -

strayed Tnnliy night wne fir by Ring mMlne thumaun.

atE ), swept a barn at Laurel Hae Jetam has com out
IE Course, scene of next week' en me short end) of decision

615 6th Avenue, South ll Washington. D.C., Internatloeel. In fMMS. lilt (JtoMjte be won.Tb .

A L ure4 spokesman saM all 22-yeer-oid Maple* boxeris

IEIE i In The Piccadilly Pub Arcade of including the fcfternattonal Assert, &II hoiMi ntriee Ratio ., to good shape sod Improving

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P' 80 sop** to **..aaMirBrfcsi
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Accessories 10 Yer( Building Experience in Naples to 55 horse were quartered la opponent for Mm, on die order

IE bam No. 11, wfeere tae Are *< Brian lealon. *, Heavy

Interior DesigndON5TUARTIC54W.I started abcvi tsW ..... C>per.
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IEm l of the Jet**), lid.. Fire Department nurch bcrnees Maple ntWcIIe.elth .
Commercial' Remodeling one of 10 which responded Otcrg William and

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fingers ., ,, ,
iisw iii'' I IOU electronic security gimmicks"A v-" o I.i App. "{ l? I bedroom. ,
AntiquesBARBER .pt. ,00llpl..I nn'stied
Jewelry N."h f'nou'::,:::: city 1.1U 187 PIPTH, "VI 10 In Saul the till.D. Astor of large part of the money and Corner 1079 Mh ol( Ulh SI Av.South a l'I.I.J.!' !:! ,,,,,_ -U U'ran witOin" wak.0i dst.n.r.t ,

president property lost by American bust.near ',h. Ural MI IMUll 10D''''"' ''' Lady 10 .t beech and OQprS".i $15 P:
Management Safeguards Inc. a/h tl ....... ,. w.,0 until ,
SHOPS could be saved through Now D Ihop In JU,. III' I'
DRUGS SERVICE STATIONS of Mew York, which operates UNIFORMS I N.N.. Most Awe blan.nm5'
tighter control of work proc.. till to HIM All tilts. W and rtlml 1 ktckgroung ........ EBB TIDE APTS
ROSSI' nationally, attribute rising dares, In the opinion of Royal. tint' Sod "llrgt Wt It.v. tddd CollMt 7114M4 \rr'roi
PARR R PRESCRIPTIONS employe dishonesty to mantg. ease tintLINNlIt, riorldt | Weakly I Monthly.ass'
111 ETREEtTNNII Y Globe Insurance Co. of New
Fillet I K..y Rood
erlal Ineptitude complacency UNIfOAM SHOP
I .U""S ACCURATELY tzlPrompt SERVICESTATION York I lens Mtn'r, ft Ft Myort. Pisto ,
I bad executive example and Wanted Male
a 14-Help
N.pl.a Shupp/nil C.n terSerb. Fro. Delivery failure on the of tt states that money and mer. oin SABLE SHORES
part top man.
., shopLewrnl DON'S .chor.lt ReocI S.vic.en chandlse stolen through Inside MI t4$
agement to adopt STEADY Jolt *> and Aroet A_
v ,.,1M.., LIGGETT REXALL duly W.Id11p preventive Jobs amounts to twice that taken 3BoafMotor Accet.Chtngt Young K.lly ot<
security program rather than IH to of
....pl.. Shopping Contor J.J1M 4060 H.,... Troll Ml 2 3667 emergency security program through burglary, holdup and man 1y..r. sgt 49-Houtet For RentSEASONAL
car theft 'eero"n Must hp high" school graduate
He says It Is Insumclent tormanlem.nt ,in owntrt "I.... fortot
CLEANERSJERRY'S INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR "In a period of rapid business S..1. ol tnit. kttulilul IT' Cknt Goad i opportunity If you HINTAll
limply to call for
growth such as we are experiencing CrtN Twin Cnginot, Mttd. .
moral remedle to calve the aOAa D.", ,, ,,.....,. ......" are willingto work and HIM and up per tottonAAARLOWE
JAEGER INSURANCE problem of Internal pilferage. today, says Royal. L'.h Cuotem ....d. C",$_,, larn Chtitctoi' rrfrirnrttoqulrvil

DRY CLEANING r 'f1 rIf :(iI :/ "There have been no moral Globe, "many companies con. berm.I,d Cgtk Call, Pd MI fr: 'R"O:, tend uppliratiun AND BECK

S.VI 1olO"1'-1.1' PAYMENTAUTONOME centrate on accommodatinghigh HI,.. Iins II "fALTOtIII
ONE DAY / : _, remedies In the past 300year," sales volume expanding in your own hsmlwrltlng too filth Avo Sa
? ,
C "'
SERVICE t OW""S l.iNAPLII 70./1.i. he says "and there I* no reason ir 'sells' (fish iciiii CrulttrWtll R Sii>n>,i' ellvery, NV MI I Ult, > 1401: I III
/I1k :f IA IHO""INO CIPfiNNOPtH S Jet.. N.d..ORK to expect an Imminent plant faculties, and Increasingtheir tqulppMl, tumlitry M.. .. ;
remedyat Ion I dram tunnheahsmi.
work force without giving toe IMO Ct k Ctll MI HIMt pies. 10.50 tf
842 6.h Av., So. MI. 2-7390 TRAIL MI Inil .' QUARANTtCD3I this date.IIInd1catlnc to securityand tt/1, T MI t 211. 11/1 "I'
sufficient thought
ran A,. to M 1 HOI that employe dlt.honesty of ? PI I..'.... ... Skill '111Ooekt Ckptntnco Bollmtn Immodl. Two btoxki: Pow Qull. ) bat
account for 7 cent proper supervision em. ell" Craft ,''.',,.. T.._ lit omploymtnl Mal 0e b. room I t.,lll lurnithod him.
per ployes." *d Pinritr, .tnI Jt, neat tppttrtnttid ins por month pear f' '''''1rntl
all bankruptcies In the United Now Punt. o"dO Vtrnitk t.. :: plttting' MrtoMoMy Ofirtunity Av..bl. 0. rhal,.,

State, Astor point out that the a Ml, tkiBPor I.MM t Mtrmt or It/ft Phon II :. ".,.to,.Ukt.....tktrgt,........it.qu.lmoo Ap' Co. I m.r tintan A,Ill, I SoMI St

advertising and marketing ly Mr H.rru, Cdgtotttrttcll
: method of American business Marlowe And Heck Haiti. Ml lull| 11/4 itCvtloditn

12-Help Wanted 50-Roomt For Rent
constantly motivate people to rirtl PrttoyttntnChurch
Name 11. C. HunterAs m day wttk, I hour
"' an.i.r w.n or m .ran MI .UI | ,
I'.d day | III. it Nam Ind 10.... Phone it'

'li k Sales Manager 5oPeenl.le.I.v f mnitnturCounty Lush''' waft Rhin.Oil. I.pen.ncd. ....11 waned. /or 'IOU ni'I'

ft : Ito Musa hays s.p ,"l.oce nnd.l.rn..d 1 proP.ri rnawl.nanca ...d landNapa

1 Pollsters Have Anti. C..II., Cousty Wrde...Is.... $1) bel.dayc worb Call Ood MI 35)04 w.a.our, pad apP 51-WntedToRent

!yC9 : 111 IM
leiwon.n 14nl.mnl: ,. ,.,,
tobr Chnil
Navy rtlir "
li.y. Mock Cruthtr .,
; er wNnM Optrttar No .
Field With Ottirot '
Day ., Nan II...... 'In Cells./. Op.f.lm' M.ch.nic, on Truckttfiil ttll.lt ntihvtf .iraduate urea kttuto or ....u Ii
.. .
Av.riit IIM ptr wttklo H. tauipmnl G. "
/ + tttrl Mutt hA d* ., Pawl!' Co N.pl N__ ll/tt IfC :roll.n rt w n.kit ales early Cellist k In v,,

This ElectionNEW bv* cr ..A phono,. .witling, .l..i..i.. .d Noundtmtnl' Pan ly N.*., pan I'll AM II"i i
0a lo work 41 le7 hours. p. Irymant, 0..1 ....1.
wttk Pod tppotntmtnt till lint pa h. t".,. NaplnVa.hl '

YORK (AP) Political .Mr. ., Cobb f P M In For I.ra.olei ptrtontl/ his In rub it/t t/ M-Trade. or Sell

pollster grinned broadly today ttrvitw. tt. mt. ., HowardJohnion

a* they compared their fore 't Motor L.. .... Room 15-Sslei Help Wanted Will, '''.r Ins Peril II.", I...
ill on Thurtdty Morning Nov lor Soil Clll W C Wh."". ,
cast with President Johnaon'lImuhlnr t* U A M or Thurtdty' Orlnr t JIM TurnOchopot ... ,
defeat of Republican .".1:1,,. Nov .. i tt t P MOood L.ul. .."....ne... .ul..Io'I'' ,, Florid i I r',"
r ji 11/1 /1Yrpnt salmman ........... wash h.1I d'no.
Barry Goldwaler. i In OIrll hit., 1ANn 100'
With 83 per cent of the nl.ilon' ; ialb..p.rP.rmanenl aye M. than bunt. b. N 55-Storet Office
'rY. TT 1.,1.1'''''''' tivo .with hin lovol' selling
voting unit reporting, working condiliant" snd "".'''.. ..., to", ...".,., plan
FISHING SCHOOLThis Copenhagen, Denmark, gentleman can leach fishermen some- Johnson had obtained more than 'v1L **lry Dimo Iurni.ko4 with" "' ..., Ott..* far rant ( .. .
thing about relaxation while A Mod ,..u.... la Colt,., County Erin., b.n.hbl I.. '.veo 570' 'lDn.
fishing front-opening automobile is just the lit 1'1! UN
place t9 6S cent of the popular vote
while waiting for bite. per RrSTiT 0 '.. "" AM13Help ten. Wed Chrytlef PlybathNerttn f'il. ,,l Alltl i '
biggest popular vote margin In I trail 1111 II

a presidential election since 1900 $4.05 Clothing' lull limN .. 57-Houtt
For Sale
and approaching the poll forecasts. Want. Female ..p...... n...>i.ry yot
willing lo I.*,.. Inttrviow err
[V EGLEB'SCxJLtjN nrnii II.",,'. Mont, shoe Ml Fore** ..1. ky owns I .bad
I Both the Gallup and IlarrU IINIOM f AUTV OPIWATOMrtt lift I 11/4 II room I kiln e'l hmiw a I '
.rlobinhd ihop in enlta
nationwide poll had predictedthat H>pi", Collitl Counly N..... ... rW"; l lit Me Ml 3 1114

Johnson would cet 64 percent A /i 1000 II U-Help Available .,. III" 81 Nor Ih -

I ; Ooldwater 36 per cent NEW I 0edram, I b.'h 1nI'
I J-jll BY HAZEL ADRAIIAMSONe.e..e.ee..eeea.aeeaeeeee Johnson beat the records set PUBLIC NOTICE M.tur N .o r Oormontorn ttorsat, Klttlrlt kilojwn lit i ity
Litton :
II' ,. n .Mhy. n..,. room. trnd prtn Onit. .
emll by Warren G. Harding In 1MO bal ,.. Lutes' no cockingr Httt end Air Con lit tin
I and Franklin D. Roosevelt In Novice OF INTINTION TORtOIIIIR .lrro4 ,1..r! in It..., Ml | H lit pr month'
: 11)4 11/4 M and
FICtlTIOUt NAMC land lean HMiudi
1986. Harding won 60.4 per cent ,,,. nndrvgnd den ".....
1 ..:'- I of the popular vote and Boose C HUNTERR. Illy tnl w* are tonduBting a haste, VINCE CONBf( ) \

veil 10.' per cent eNk florid**l unr QoodKnd I Ik. ..,.Colli.r"" .... name County.1.1DIIO. 21-lot i Found 1'1' 0thMA t uQarbwarROYAL

PINE LANES and individuals from Port Charlotte a 200-620.() Jack FInzer 201- The pollsters' success was afar r Hunter has been named ANCHOR' TPAILCR PARKend -- --
IAN said tins1 t. ..d ., Lt4y Ciomontl .",.1 wttithn
Moon's Masonry and Wood Puma Gorda Fort Myers 546 and Gene Tesskr a 621, cry from 1841 when Presl. sales manager of Marlowe and Ihaellewlne "..-. *".mpo.. ....... < .band sat eld *tur MAP.SOP.MM

and Naples. but with Luffs Joe Salmon roll dent Harry 8, Truman defeated Beck, Naples Realtors 481 Fifth .nd plan ol ,,.,".nn ... tt fol SMili Hotel Olloring I In* r* tllrttllvo I oortraen
Chrvsler were the only teams Gov Thomas with 90 Avenue, South It was announced laws rri no eunliont ,.t>4 Ml balk Mme
E. Dewey :: on oiittttno'ingvtrlooklng
In the Contractor's a e e Ing games of 214, 214 and 226 WILLIAM 0 HINNIOYOoodlond /.. M Maples Btmtrly / >
League to here
for the the per cent of the vote against today. FloridtLOlt und .. a motfol, "
series of
The first place In theMonday high night
win aU four points Monday night.Moon's spot De..,', 49.6 per ant Hunter came to Naples with V Kf NNtOV. rtvirfontt it olftroo with
night Const ructioneeri a 654, and Evererte Baldwin OiMdltnd. F loridtOwnr 33-Mlu. For SaleS wlhwturnlNNln, N andre i. > '
took four from Cadillac That year Gallup forecast that his family a little over a year >nip, ol DROP ANCHOR urthtio tt t 1'o. will; :
Amoco while Wood Chryslerwon League b safely held by Town. tossing a big 248 game and 614 Dewey would get 48. per cent ago from Tallahassee where he TRAILIN' PARK k-lVVfOV'..' lo* ttlutl eat ftr pimtnl > .
WILLIAM O "" MLOlt ine wrought l ten DmolltTltlt : :
send Produce who are out In series, the efforts of the losers and Truman would the active In the real : till Ml tlltt u. .
over Moorings Texaco get 44.6)) was estate V KINNtDV' M 4 C"'l' Pn n tlltr I out .lo PJoytl' Miroor. elli." .

Leading the league was Tex from by 10 points however were to no avail Gene Crossley Poll gave Dewey 49.1 field He has recently been a.. Clirk II It ol our tan intention Circuit Court:to tpply" in end I* lie fo, P.M_Ml I !!!L'!.M f.y 14/IS-!IIIII

Kaverman who rolled two 200 only five points separate the TUlman hit a 237 and 21J for and Truman 44.'; and the Roper societal with Marco Realty. Colllor Counly ,I...**. I* ,....... PHI It MN '"d lollyo dal. THIS now f I* komsIH t'

next ten teams with severalties the other 600 aeries, a 620 PoU gave Dewey EX. and Tru. Also recently added to the .". Said ,.,* tl OHOP ANCHOR >:.retain knllionc: m ap.N.. I 1110 Ave to 114 IMCOllMAN
and 593 C1
games! posted series.Ed TRAILR' PARK itndtr the provi ii no4 with Bluooitttrtt Lustre of eOVO. MttllnM '
along the way. One 600 Dewey Wright missed his 600 man n.'. Marlowe and Bet sales staff ,Nun, ., Cktpttr fOMI. LswtFlondt N I pear II l lMfqanf CI. ON Ttnlh /'. No' MI 1 Ml,
211 :
game Busceml's for the night which Wit high saw series was rolled, this by John by one pin. Ivan Hamilton of 'The Gallup and hurls poll are Mrs. Joeeph ytN.w AIM AboTwr 'T I

the Anchor hit a 200 were not the only nationwide originally from Mlrtllhlld.M. till d 0.'.....''. IM4 Mongtroo btg, I nowMiartgtr iR henuand.
Jtull who be Lounge
seems to hitting 'e'f ,
16 500 series and 9 200 ... o MCNNIOVlOlt .l..fl .r .on.e.n an 11.
one to predict Johnson's vlrto.rv. << ? but a resident of Naples 1 14 new M* ..
Ed harrows 204 Em
KM Code .A.LI.OU'
that magic number quite re* single V Ur.gor iron oot ot (
games rolled 200 games were Erne rick 212 for abut tour ,years and Mrs a MeOANIlLAttorn.yt lrt<. Line, torront G.dn.: tl IIJ Mt witk goa4 Urm,
rolled by Moon Mulllns. John gulirly. John rolled games of Wimp Johnson Samuel Luhell whose report Beulah KJnaley formerly of LeRoy ot Ltv IIit DOWN" PAVMINT l'NI't>,
200. a 234 Anti tult t.lck SviMint __ 41041I. lit ._. 01'' .
224 Clyde Floyd
and for
203 Bd7. ,
a Jim
Fred Ed Mc does not Inotude NT /lor .
Garvln. Bell. j1l1. percentage FloridtNov trMIt ty
Naples Four Iraa. Airplnt Urn .r.H"::::; ::: .
Croak of the same Naples Fed Holland 223, and David Lyona q. I, II II. ItM Sill ry or >lotl'*
John Seller, and Richard Bus figures, predicted a "Johnson !_!. Cal Ml lull stint I em Ie inward the ..., ol your ". -
cemL era! team rolled the high game, 204. lurUllde. Or INTINTION ./IN ..
a 223, and came In with a Tme| magazine said "Lyndon :.OJ'i, ,, iCriTiout I O"aY B nON ,IN'
..... .... .., uiWort
Tno u '|nM Horooy .
CONTRACTORSWON 588 sun Tom Miller hit a CONSTROCTJONEERS Johnson will beat Barn Gold Rutenberg Names My, ,,,., I .m conouctiri t SoiHiou, M ..Tonlk_'!...l.1M'! : .
222 Gene Tessier tossed a WON LAST water by 49S electoral votes to bio.'... .1 l ,.."' .., fOM4 ands. "
... IMALL ftTATIUlory
LOST too tclitioui name ol liCK ..< ... or wewn ..041 drmowe ,
220, and Nokman Robertson Townsend Produce: 28 4 41. hot ....< firm it .eoipooo* ol ,.. protiomt Atk tar ktlp *, ttiling Ctt Itrgt Horn '
Fuller industries 2S 'IHatcher' ... .
A Newsweek of Sandra RowellTo .. ....... ..< .p n< 'v. "
Federal 11 14 magazine poll lettawn VHOM Ml" t 4 It I Vit'twt lordillly .
Const. 24 8WoodoChry.ler rolled 218 game. Leon Snyder Naples SO Washington plats ol 'roMloiMo a. N Mtt.wlPrstr. .o70m70 ......,.... in FirMBtptiol lurnitH 6v.r jot Renal, '' ,.
correspondent ,_ IPry.
sab. I.
ShcreckConit 18 14 .f A B itWANOlist I to.ny nice
turned In a Ml series : : CHurtft Annt on MNM "
23 9 showed 4. predicting a Johnson tl to Noeo BM riOontrthp $isletNSI.wn < >
ItMl > tl Ilk Avt way Tuot and ,
without 200 Sawyers Carpet & New Position ol IICNV I > M ., ,, or 4tt 1111. At NortliM144 '
Alander and Sons 171/2141/2 e game.. o Tile 1'1 J.5 victory Their consensus gave ..r. nM tt t M P M or IM4.. Irokorttptrttt

Daley Distributors IT 15 Johnson 454 electoral vote to M IMw P;.bw u I tlr*** D'll/ll I
The race In the Commercial Allied Paving II 18 1. for Goldwater.UA N.c. n / ."I."I,on M tooly te Ik* 33-Servlcei Offered 1 aWro ... b..h. r. .
Metalcraft Ul/l 18 ItJ port .' to* Circuit Cents m o":4liir ,aee. r Ton "IP C'on.. a I
Stone Builders 141/2171/2 league remains close u Standard Oil 15 1'1 N.w. and World Report : t.n,i .r Counly P570.40 M rag 0'A ....... '..'R..ed yr "
Ol You bans tttdhe ,.... Now ,,,,..,...... a""/ tilt
the Wimp's Texaco and Tom' Ration 11 1'1 aid "all major Indicator user K. red ntmo help yM Itlt. Av.
leading now ,
Pine RidgeAutocenrer ,uoio. N Cheater Itttl try Ih* beN WO will/ rid peer o. PS.,. i NN 4 11' II
It 1/2 It 1/2 second place Luffs CMC both Moose Lodge 11 1'1 point to t Johnson wu." rio... .,< 'I""..... All ol INS' kouto Naples ol Pool it* pap fonlrol o.,vII' TRAIL" FFOATAOL1, I.'.
Moon's Masonry 12 20 won three out of four points Naples Pollee 14 18 "W,."i : > ''"//. k 4 EMS tint day ol Ptwno Ml I >Mt ,,",. "ill read IronKgt lull

Brehm's Allan Dewey Polly 14 11 pjBCCA M Fultlt., Owner ;:&ti'I ..
Cadillac Amoco 11 21 Monday night. ',? i No. 4 II II. rtM" Sift lAHtt .f. r ilit4 o>
able win Allied Paving F2 13 1iDoat Alwrniko4 Immoo'iilo ocit
tic however were to
------ --
Firestone 10 22
Humphrey Jo-Wauled To
Moorlng'i TeJ&CO' 23 only one as the Brookslde team Haven g 23CGMl61RCLAL Buy ..

turned on the steam and woo u- pn.up I...... ........ AND BECK

BROOKSIDEBOWL three. Anchor Lounge by virtue To President's .01.1"....e..l'n'MtTlMontnio I/.N/m.c. till, Prep tfdy CIALTORO

Texaco 28 11 I.?< tllAwtot .11 Pht, Av. aeMI
of a two and two split with Wimp' ti
It has been announced by the GOP Leader 11.21. a.M'. ItU1v

southwest Florida Bowling 1.1- Palm Lake Mobile Homes are LufIGI.C<< 28 12 Ranch In Texas ) For Sale """ ., .. t;_..,. ...
: .
one game back of Brahma In Brehm' Atlantic 24 14 :.clear YM bdSeem aY.
jactation that Brookslde Bowl mini .d0 ..,-.. m.'
Naples/ has 'been selected Uthe fourth place. Paul's Texaco Anchor t.ounp 2G 1S MIHKEAPOUB, Minn LAP) I 10OMAOC UtIO CAWS Nam.grway.. 111,100t'

men who lost three to Luffs Palm I.akm MabCe 22 II Vice Frtsldenl-tleci Hubert I OLLIfR COUNTY/ Od" rNNNil .
sire of the Amual SW FlorIda Asks BurchTo !, Are. MI. .. 1
i Toumaineir. This event will bowled well enough that they Pittman Funeral 22 16Broolulde H. Humphrey flue to the side of MOTOR IANO ANO' tURF |..

sake place the early pan of would ordinarily have woo three II 21 President Johnson today, five CtM"........ t*;.t Act'en ,,_ 11_* ." peel law .'
or more, u Joe Hayes rolled roplgas 11 22 sa overvhelmtnc Mandate to U t..,,..... end Pt,iOHlht lodMolng l"t.tMMRRtNTO .
March and will Include teams Paul' Texaco l' 2J eland "a heartbeat away from I L......" WflKy All M t awN OAROCNt. A.
Pet .ode "ed "" .
too Ofon
go CdMllMMd tea I Sodronyour
Mixed G roccrs 11 21 the pretuteM/" ResignDETROIT o* .... I.t.r Miotmo* Wo4COrytltr bilk Cerpa.I. PMr.4.. ".....,

r .J MArco bJand Dev. 11 28Swede' He leaves sis borne stale with 4 of Pt.mieN 11(4 j{ A.I.wilo, 115.11.CANISSAN,................ 103 I''

ao e porting lay for Ion. Barr May en.. I PlyiMnMt.Mt I.
ATTENTION HOME OWNERS Auto TrIIII 10 CuUvaler, who vent to bed (AP) MtenlgtiiRefMtilVtA At M tit W to. Cape '" ReALTY
T *Mr Pork 6o,y Poor RIALTOR
Tuesday. nlfht refusing to coo. Nailenal Commit.leenan .
loVT* It
P ONe sae 11\1
RECENTLY INSTALLINGCITY cede the tUcttoo although Oem.ocrtls Mm Marti- declared HI3t Ps
.'lk '. ,MI !". .y,1/170Nea
Washington D.C. 10.1 *
were pUinf up a lamb tudy that Dean Butch should -'is 1111 J'IMS 'Its,AJ

IV2tTEI11Remove Gives Johnson aid,. ... sells ss GOP aailrjMl _air. ; 1111

Tritunpttantly addressing a SANDRA man .IM the rake of "the Mar -l< For Sal.
Rust Dig Plurality nary but cbeery audleMe U a e..*t" we have pet been 41-Trued Trader

sad wrooioe freoa yo.r boob vltbMIJuckeye hate ballroom knurs afler said Lon Dwh.adI, general ma a. through' .NNOAd IN RM/ee late
WA5HXNOTON AlfM Hurapkrer Jneltoxli ''1 Asked who abexild take the (Mf THC ILl 14 1.rm.
Sparkle"tglc (CAP) R gee of Kutenberg Homes, bas an.MMkted n =. N.

took Wasbtncto voters IC4 think it's a victory, pee asov I the app ts *...< of .... lead In brUofbH the patty back Get-SON iaeIrwin lor veer .'w.... t/1 tin\ .NaNate..... ".....

. cr...., sW rest r.pje*.r. years to get a sacs to back a eVxt want 10 dlstirb MTOM'S dra RoveU to the poetttan 01 Ex'. alter Pretident ASISMI'S "er.w1Ie1M1IIC LV" ouc INC44Mobile
winner to a furesMeotial .}e(1101t sleep but I thInk M 11." Met of Customer ..IIt... >fet4 of .... Barry alt

s4 OUT M pas I 11I11 C.gtrjng TaM the Senate has lost Its Mrs Rowell's aw braes will 'Ootdwater, Msrttt toW The ,.-7041..5" ..Haan...,... 59-Acrllg.

i..1.. ere k,sd>.*r1.it I., LyM B. Jokesc* ItDYtf1cl" miJufK4i> and UM dtlefes take her Me the rett4ea<
electoral tneer of much of >* InIsUMOB Should start ty asktae Hornet IS otrot N70fMe toe..",
ftree Mil borne oneUIIOW UvI Jr.1t! arty ..'.* and .....,.
BUCKEYE BLUE by i bettor tbas 1.1 surHo. IMbert Hwepb/er, lof / ** U the Maples area. j lea OoWwtler le tags Dew IIS.M T.,....

Tbe PreaUeitj carried every years seoslcr. stoves to ue According te Mrs. RoweU, Bard, who wu e ogee as 170s Mewde T'" ", ro, .... AwotlttotKtyot

..,. ill ,., ..* Clrl_. sad) cue of tbe rt,', II prectacu, bead UM cUM *Uh ifce eon.stttuikiMl there are presently UO families ehalraasj d Ike settonal tore.mlttee "ern..__y m.,.p.l.e.rot -rrni.Lac./.d, via.0 004 M. NIMy OlMM

w II 1s I.pald I "rtIKL It "".. Caps .ifll qukh besttof Barry Cc4 w ier bf MMfQcU authorUT to preside who are ether living to Rule*. at are senators request, eeNLL ML iJtnL I& ROBERT H JAEGER

.. tlly ef HJm to. ever It ad tote .la case of ttes. berg .,... or bave their boot to '.'Ip.
>prtI. < rr ssj surface kkh jet pill N .*t. nf 4$-T ilert fe r lent Rq, R I .....
clotMst te Hum.pkrey would .rd ...
131 But those tutor Constriction si tblstiae.TlK "This the
I. data I.> etc head, spray ess. Nae. INeiNni e. law
The last time reskteots U expect Mil U dutnf a lot Retentiergorganltattoiiop.et4 I liana! cMssmlMee le select lie VrtHdt" M S WOO*. wit* TV,
Get fbtPJ si Ua Oat "Mtt /ohesot'f ova chairman who will MreereteM lit a ....,. ...... II s den 16 sere redo .,. 4.wA.. ,end
Waaatfigtati Ue4 U t preset, tore tkeir ort a.l) hrldsbed e ***k Crook trt.> Oats. i0 a p. -" No -.

Lf BlfllCtlATION A Ual eiecUosj was !to IIOQ vbe* leader stop. model U ao.1..ftIor >. lM to the ou-t/Y IMptlidee SIN4. 0ea d.14 .Mao...... ONdnWN

E t S APPLIANCE 5IBVICEMI ...,. was M District 01 Cd... Ho H..treT's Wedta err IMI Mrs Rowetl bas and rotruss wbtc| 4t-Aptt. For Rent tier CwmYPM CKy OiN.. .f-t:

W HB bia 114 tne city wu part f4 (e*.. After be U sut
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P Wit 0. Your Choke $5 or More Order


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OPEN 111 7.00 ?'M. SAT. 34I S9C 3 39C MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM!
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Qwntfty Rtgta R,ionr'4 Peaches 5 $1
-..- Detergent Giant Package 49c umlt Cans Fly.
Save lOc -
Toward Package Unit of Your Choice Juice 54. $ISAVI

WItS c..,..Frets look YMItcoivoJ Tuna S5'$I
SpodW Barf aim I lomii T.f Vofcn Stamps SAVI 2Sc THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR

MEAT OR VEOETABll VARIETY CAMPBELL'S *1 oust v E-Z Per Carve Pound RIB 79cr Cut Beets.10 3UmltT;: $1

Soup 7 "fcSKr .100]! SAV| 95< THRIFTY MAID
SAVVE3-MUELLER'S ELBOW /4> BRAND U.S. CHOICI T-Bone Sirloin 10 :: $1
or Spinach .
Macaroni .J5& lOc
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Top 99
SAVE 16C-THRIFTY MAID,rappl,Or'fruit or Orango SAVE 4Sc THRIFTY MAIDpp1euuce1O
Drink 4 '&::;:- ,1 1W a N Per PoundBONELESS ::Cans $1
SAVE 16c-THRIFTY MAID Cream Stylo or Whole Kornol)
Saltines. i" 19c 8ge :Cars
IAVllSc-SLICK r Per PoundWD Corn. 8J $1
Dog Food 15'.I 100 SAVI I6c THRIFTY MAID

Raisin SAVE)DIXII DARLING Bread '{ L 23c Round HAND U.S.Steak CHOICE MORE MEAT VALUES Lima Beans 8J:Cans t$1


Swiss SAVII DIXIE DARLING Roll SANDWICH. I J* 39c FULL 8ge Pork FRESH Loin "III. 69cT' Sweet Peas 8 u J Est$1SAVE

Bread . 'jjy: 25c Pork Butts 39cFRESH $8'1
BONELESS Green Beans

DAIRY DEPT. Pork Butts *. 49c SAVE 32c THRIFTY MAIDTQmoloes
I 8 Unit Eight$1
Cheddar Cheese *. 65c Bacon lb. 49cTASTE

Cheese Spread 2...L*.> 89c '' Cod or Perch .* 39c Cutsu p 8,=.Gltb.1:
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Biscuits 4 3.i.Cu 9c lit. 39c 1

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Lettuce 2 39 '

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