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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Creation Date: November 5, 1964
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THWWOAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964 8 PAGES 10 CENTS 4Ut YEAR NUMBER 74
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U.S. Moving fast Prelates Back (
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Church War On I f_



LBJ Sending Top Man World PovertyVATICAN The '

CITY (Ecumenical AP)-.Pu'Uates ; <
it the Vatican
lni i I AXHH IATKD PRESS
Council and a layman from
America appealed tints tor
i I. t us ir.P I'IIvtLLI. The Con.
the Roman Catholic Church, to
take action to right world v?'V. ..kitu.tM kp. > ,->- in Congolese BliMbethvllle army

arty and hunger .u\ > i>i,>i'tei government
To Check NATO CrisisBy The appeals included propoj. i. '1"' I eve ,captured KJbom.
als for Church-organired agon an I imp-riant rebel itrongt
des working with I.mellle! .\i.t\ in. i in'Manlema district. 60
national governments to help ,' s Miih of Wndu.U .
rescue the poor of all races and
M IDGIITOWERWAB dissension even while a global State Department spokeMnui religions from misery and neg.
) INGTON (AP) Un. policy review gets under way said he had "no Informationthat ltd >MX I >N (AP) Britain'
dersecretary of State George W. here. would substantiate the Labor government has I
Ball, one of President Johnson' There has been speculation reports." Joseph Cardinal Frlng ofc ", construction, of new
top diplomatic troubleshooters that President Johnson might Other consultation on the NEW prose utlng all )nay for ',done Germany reiom. GEN CHARLES buildings In London say I
will make two trip to Europe end Vice President-elect Hubert organisation of NATO and its C.,Ille intt la Wt> am il'rou i> mended that episcopal confer too man)' have already been
within the next tour weeks to H. Humphrey to Europe on proposed nuclear weapons force t.l, ,, ., .h., wni; \\ li, II J. nn nee* around the world organl/e in the .Ity without enough I
confer with leaders on the grow. a troubleshooting trip but tCounty's will be conducted by Secretary opposed m Tuesdays general their own international relief Name Gen. for office worker
log crisis In the North Atlantic of State Dean Rusk when he lection defeated Walter agencies, supported by contrite : Minister George I
meets with Western Crowley utions of the faithful. These announced _
Treaty Organization.The European the ban I
R. Condon In the May Democratic
State Department press foreign ministers In New YorkIn agencies would be declined to Honorary lit midnight in the
officer disclosed in response to Race connection with the Dec. t primary bjr a close mar. set up schools In developing, of (Common Wednesday
Inquiries about Ball' plans opening of the U.N General gin. He succeed Welter R. nation to teach necessary skills Of UF DriveThe He said the government
1. He will attend the fourth Slice $39,000TALLAHASSEE Assembly.In Sorokoty In the prosecuting to enable the people to help working up a five-year plan I
German.Amerlcan conference mld-December Rutk will post themselves Greater Naples Britain' economy.
which meets In Berlin Nov. 12. -State Com p. head the U.S delegation to a Other prelates also advocated Fund Campaign .
15 This conference will discuss troller Ray E Green reported scheduled meeting of the NATO aid for the w rld'* developing day that General Char
Atlantic alliance problems. today checks for $39,000 are be. Council In Paris. countries, and one layman was has ROM; lAP) Communist
Jung agreed to '
2. Ball will attend a Cabinet. Actually the Weeks mi4' onununlut Italian I
postelection to
tog mailed to each of the 67 Joseph given a rare opportunity chairman
level meeting of the Organist counties as their share of the period will bring talks In Waah. address the council. Me li honorary union have ordered
tlon of Economic Cooperationand first payment of the race track Ington of considerable impor. James J. Norris president of 1964-&& United Fund .I't! member to strike from 4 I I
Development In Parts Dec. tax fund for the current fiscal tance to the alliance. Belgian Seriously HurtIn the International Catholic lin. which will be conducted It haunt In port around the I
2.S. The OECD Is composed of period. Foreign Minister Paul.HenriSpaak migration Commission' with November 16 through between today and Mon.
industrial countries and works Green said the payment $5,. is due here next week tor Auto Crash headquarters In Geneva. General Jung succeeds
on problems of assistance to 000 more than each county re. consultations with Secretary of D. Jordan who was (avion* said entire crew
underdeveloped nations. ceived for the cam period last State Dean Rusk. Spark a Morris, a lay auditor at the chairman last year. strike on passenger and
State Department press offl. year. The tax produced the largest former secretary-general of Joseph Weeks! 82, of 2647 council and the third one to For !the last two vessels operated by the
cer Robert J. McCloskey said, return to the counties last NATO, has been one of the Eu. Becca Avenue, local building con. address the assembly since It has served ss atate ant rolled shipping
in response to question, that year when total payments reach. ropean leader most actively tractor and electrical service started In 1982, reviewed the chairman ., Among the passenger
Ball has "no present plans" to ed 234000. Interested In trying to find olu. appliance man, I* In a serious suffering and ills caused by campaign of are the Leonardo da Vinci
meet with French President lions for NATO' divisive prob. condition In Naples Community poverty In the world. Fund. In this position the Crlstoforu Colombo on
Charles de Gaulle, whose independent lem and for the severe eta Hospital a* a result of an ac. ganlzed the first Italian Line's North AmerU
course within NATO DiscriminationBan nomlc disagreement between ctdent at 2:40 o'clock this morn. permanent record system run.
and in Western Europe Is at the France and West Germany Ing east of the first Bay bridge. Canvass Board extensive eross.lndexed strike WM called after a
center of the present crisis of within the European Common Week sustained a ruptured residents and remade in negotiation for a new
unity Repeal Will Market. liver when his car went out of and By-Laws. The contract.
Today's disclosures are the control and hit an electric light Still CountingCollier unteer Kick-Off
about 200 feet east of the
Johnson administration's Initial pole
conducted under his
post-election approach to com. Get Court TestSAN WILSON COMING HEREIn bridge. This morning he under County election otfl.c In 1963 (AP) Cambodia'
die United Fund
log to grips with the NATOHarry's about a month, British went surgery and hope was ex ill* were still at work this : giuui A .."ution has been
FRANCISCO (AP) Prime Minister Harold Wilson pressed for his recovery unless morning counting the record ing was established for "*' aJler the chief of
The decision of California voters plans to come here tor talk complication develop. number of absentee ballot cast Naples, Community ', PrtlM Nuroduin Iha
on a controversial housing inl. with Johnson. lie is anxious to Damage to Week car wa* for Tuesday's general 01111011. he created working oliaffed, the seoul move
LeadershipOver dative seemed certain today to find some formula for shifting estimated at $..000 and at 8790 and final tabulation were not such a* budget w..C linked with "our
Rocky Thinks be headed tor the courts to test Britain's nuclear weapons forceto to the light pole available at press time today. he prepared annual ., valniM' *," Communist
Its constitutionality. NATO and he would like tomodify Officer Charles E. Jane mad Approximately $11 absentee public infornistlon.' .% Nf China New Agen.
ItABKTO, Spain lAP) fl-v. And official In Washington the U$. plan for a tbe Investigation forth Naples' ballot were lulled out. and CIIIII,111WllaO its'a ,f
Nelson A. Rockefeller Indicated announced Immediately liter NATO nuclear navy toward Police department. No detail on about ISO of thoM which were city end county c.mpa rage speech
today that he considers Sen. Tuesday's vote on Proposition which the British Have been cool how the accident happened! were returned had all the necessary Okl thorn*,Ohio and TI xss I Mi.red the Boy Scouts \
Barry Goldwater's leadership of 14 that California will receive no for several years. available validation. Ballot not notarized has been active in Cmnbndia's Independence'
the Republican party finished. more federal money for urban The key personality In the In another accident at also: were not approved for scooting Civic work very In Naples and parade on Nov 9, the Com \
Asked whether the defeated redevelopment. discussion which could tear o'clock yesterday afternoon a Doing the tabulating were mem. el agency said.
presidential candidate should While they gave President NATO apart 1* De Gaulle. car driven by Charles Church, ben of the County Commission lier County These\ prince std the scout "I
continue to lead the party, New Johnson a whopping l.S.mUllon Me Is threatening to drop out 2301 heP IIllll was damagedto County Judge( Richard Stanley, Include dry-County .nt originated in a ewin I
York' Republican governor vote victory over Sen. Barry of the Common Market unless In a oolll. and Registrar fidna Cribb gals sources Committee, or the. free world Britain
said: "That ha* been sufficient Goldwater California went West Germany comes to terms lion with one driven by Frank No outcome will be altered by Civic Association: Coast 'botl/II,* to the camp of
ly answered In the elections." even further In giving Proposl. quickly on a European grain O He told newsmen It Is absolutely lIon 14 a l.S.mlUlon vote edge. price plan. He has also Implied The accident occurred on Fifth the few contested offices or qua*. Fishing Reef Committee tnurdmetl our compatriot ;
necessary to "revitalise The proposition nullifies most that to far as Franc 1* con. Avenue, South near 12th Street lion were decided by significant fir} Affairs Committee in.ul nil mean to attackNEFD
the Republican party In the eerned U.s. success in carrying South. According to police re t
of margin
the Rumford Act
passed Contlened
by
state" He said he had already through the plan for a NATO port Church wi* traveling In an ( en page
the legislature In 1983 to ,
begun such an effort In New outlaw nuclear navy would split NATO easterly direction on Fifth Aven.
York. racial discrimination in most wide open the Implication ue when Otte reportedly pulled on. "
Rockefeller and his wife ar. state housing. The proposition being that France would vlrtually to the street from a private drive. .
leaves It to the discretion of r"
rived from New York today for withdraw from the al. Church's car skidded 27 feet In ..TT
landowners to decide to whom
a week's vacation In Spain. liance. attempt to avoid the collision. : c \ *" r
they would Mil or rut 11lif
Damage was stlmatod at $.ISOto : ;, I'fr
Otte's car. 'i6t\\<
No one was Injured and n.charges i-i S. ,
rtr
:
were made f!gt. Jack BUM ,
Moonshine Operation made the Investigation. :lib?

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Smashed IKy Law Men Vote Falling Turnout Short al"l


An early Wednesday morning County laid to be a nephew of Mill war capable of producing
raid led by Sheriff E. A. Doug la urcey. bout ISO gallon of liquor per Of ExpectationsWASHINGTON l +
Hendry on a still In the eastern Accompanying Hendry on the week, representing a tax loss of
part of the county, resulted In raid were District Director >. $13 per gallon.
the arrest of three men as moon. A. Mills of the State Beverage The raiding party arrived at AP) Situ ...e i..eYii
shiners The still was discovered Department and agents sheriff's the Hill before daylight and when incomplete retun from Tea
about two month ago and kept deputies, Miami beverage agent the men appeared about 730am. day' election \IIIdl'\ ale that the w
under surveillance since that and men from the U. (. Aloes the arrest wu made ImmedUaiely. total voter turnout fell far short v
time.Men hoi and Tobacco Tax Unit The of the predicted 71 i mWlon but v
arrested u they hauled Mill wu located about V/fc miles The agents confiscated about probably towed 'he l$53.
In a load of supplies were John north of the Trail and abort the 900 gallons of mast,,I.SOOpounds With 171,182 ,it 17 I V$ polling
Leo Leurcey 52;; his son, GaryW same distance from the Dade of sugar a 1949 pickup truck a unit counted President John ..
Luercey 19, of Miami; and County line.District 1939 sedan I gas pump' and gas 101I bad 42,001,143 vote to It.. '
FOIL) \ WINf J HOMF In Collier f r .net
Philip Eugene Byeri, 20 Buys 449,040 for ( ounf A
Director Mill laid the CUM engine, Mills reported. en Harry Gold
water, I t"Oopart) total of ...* liite') n. all> a 1 r '1' *J' Nulldintf ty i i ft
4M.20J wr'. "(I aa'; gun M.( t ..anor De\Vil l<' 100'IloJ
In INS the total! of pre iden.iial .
vote for all r.ndtdaieeDem _

RepuMlcaa"crat John Richard t M.Kennedy Nixon, StMflug Comaltlu. To Bt formed

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ytt and minor patties plus three -
aM for pledged presidential
electors In Louisiana and Mia
stsslppl totaled Mmm Need For Nursing Home
The 2,104 precuts Mill unre
ported eon mostly from
sparsely settled areas, which i

y each probably have about 200 vote Aired At Naples Meeting j

This wane me/ the present
.ntal will be swelled ty r about

ball a fflUUoi votes from tfceseMM Cetiler: County' reefs nureiAgkerne. day kou/s, aithougH 1 ') tor the hospital )
preckMie, plus the JatIW That wa fe "*_ of tltrttru nurses easy be ) M tke "off season"
party tr<4* ettlms>.4 at about a group, some 40 Naples em. for the other two .I Js. l Mark *4 the stiff U ef
200.000 Mad M the 1MO tMals.Coldwater MIll wh* met yesterday aa.,. .aty sanilayed on a year.
noon le the Naete re4er.l Ia,. MAT USE HOSPITAL ...... This ass of the
) lAg* and tea AMoriattoo BelM. Josepn ftortolaiBl, 1 .., ke ales declared would
Can lag U disease the autur. tot of Hepiee Community Ik>* 4veasfe to tile doctor
Fleas were femuutet for ike tat. ecpliined to the group & ,any ge mnfat borne pa.i .
Laugh Over Loss .reatkM et a steering >>euMtt wtth the onpUtkM 01 the i 'i'fcer i ee.BM root II the
te be tppetated wtti.u> the aid MM of the (-,1tI1. whit he....3( patients.t .
PHOCMX. A/1* AJP) See varies eipeete-i '" be started In .. ..
few eey* le stody tri kowever" would
i Barry krster ,tufc1 off r prop***!* sad report "f' te the and nnisr.e4 early t* 1969, to Nee only tor the
;; wry fam..* >ke Wedneeda* group *t a later si*. Merertttt would tie t n bed* to a wing of tie'e.' ally IB lilt! lOt those who
about Its toe to Prtstdmt "*". Strong served a* chiirm of tte present _*pttal wklck tIe eddy eoetodUl care due
sag meeting wttk M/s. cheesee OeWBoe ef In*.** *f ill ... fttt....UIeIIUIt1.he..1d.
t) GoMvater bees U Scott: s* acting aerret.ry.Or. would be citing to devote to
\ dale, Mar Me born. te buy ayde Brotheri, rewtfy erring h'-me (>>eDit,. He .. 0IIiJ.fepr'HDtlnc Bob
AW ENFORCEMENT off!.',, s1)' "Jt1 ,raiding stii .art/iv W'erir..lay 1 morning some paMfcgj. e wu a health drbe.rbnert I .,.llIled Itl, er poiM*< out that on tIe. Port Lauderdale, told the
n. ir 't Dad, C liuutv Tti'.j r ,-r, .rr"lIt.,1 l .j. n. ..."Ihln n Mar Owner pe.'.lng ef t legal re silreouM* our < nerving ptetmei "I' B>e upper storUe the kU tfient I* ready
ebew way hose, pototbv out '1.5 14.*.rrowkl4 the set iioepiui there should hcwe with private fund
>t. .
: !1..lt! A Mills''
and styli I M1"1''! infix( XT ny t .IX-nu I. are/ .
He buufM st *>r t* 4aogMer he..kKk Mr iierlc ItlsaateiMl/ beds last sjuwy bed as are iteem District director of theState Bv'rage Department an uniHentifn"! federal' Peggy saytog *M .**5 eWvM.He U repaired by law .ml tMt be diverted to Hut purpose ..., **4 would fee willing to
agent : and Sheriff E A Doug licndr St.to.", IM lane ru VK. Kl "I redstered wte mist t.* <*>**i TIle u* 04 the \koepiui
(rShnffa t>t* rtmnt photo) voted. fcr tttfrj." st all MsteedurtMgtr... *>cM work. Ifti n"ee ke Mated ward .rI.ttt4 N page *)



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Big Democrat HOW THE '50' WENT FOR THE PRESIDENCY



GOP Gains One GovernorIn House Margin r1rr Mtr

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1L 'J MONT
fl DAKOTA

Tuesday's ElectionWASHINGTON Aids MedicareWASHINGTON MINN. YT.o4t .


AP) The N Y. nt$
CAP) About can victors In the races tor widened Democratic margin In 184p0
the only solace Republicans governor displayed good tlcH. Congress could brighten I DAKOTA WIL MCII M15Swra
could find In Tuesday's election bucking ability. chances for two key Johnson
return wu In thllllloernor. Nowhere was this more clear. administration proposals -
ship race. There they had a net ly demonstrated than In Mlcbl. health care for the elderly and V ( CNN.
gain of on.. lID where George Romney, who aid to the depressed Appalaehl ,It IOWA TENN. !
Particularly satisfying, to the had refused to endorse Gold. an region Nil, N.NtY .
Republican wa* the defeat of water, easily defeated Rep. Nell The White House is certain to OHIO
two Democratic governor seek. Staebler, former Democratic read the landslide victory of IEL IND. MD DEL
tag reflection, Albert Roselllnl national eommltteaman. President Johnson as a mandateto UTAH
of Washington and John W. Utah elected a Democratic push harder for both m.... '
Reynolds of Wisconsin. Rosellinl governor tor the first time In 18 tires, sidetracked In the last T COLO.Li IAN. MO.CALIF .
ran for a third term, Reynolds a years when Calvin 1.. Rampton, session.
second.In Salt Lake City attorney, woo Final returns Indicate a netgain VA.KT. .
addition, the Republicans over Mitchell Mellch, former of two Senate seats for the .
took over the Massachusetts state legislator. Democrats and more slgnlfl
state house when former Coy Victors Included Gov. John B. ,coolly -about 40 House seats.In .
John A. Volpe staged a political Connally of Texas, close political the 88th Congress, the N. OKLA. TENN. PKQJF
,
comeback to defeat U. Go,. associate of President John. 'Democratic Senate edge of 68 to le ASK
Francis X.B.notti.DemocrilU son, and losers Richard Klein. 34: already was so big that the
In turn, won In dienst, who I* close to Gold. ,I majority party could push '
Arizona and Utah, where the water, In Arizona. ,I through even its most controversial
state houses had been In Repub. While Goldwater carried his ,I programs.The .
lican control home state of Arizona, Klein. proposal to provide medical \
The 17 governorships won by dlenot lost to Democrat Sam I care for older Americans by ;{ TEXAS
the Democrats Tuesday give Goddard, Tucson attorney I boosting Social Security taxes LA. '' ":.:v
them a total of 33 since they had In Arkansas, Republican Win. I cleared the Senate by five votes. ALASKA
16 holdovers. The Republicans'throp Rockefeller, brother of ,The l-bUUon Appalachian aid
won eight of the races. They New York Coy Nelson A. Rock. -1 bill was approved by a wide
bad' nine holdovers, making efeller, gave Coy Orval E. ;margin.
their total 17. The pre-election Faubus something of a scare In HAWAII
But the health
plan was re
the end Faubus
pulled throughby
lineup wu M to 16.
Jected in a conference with the
Since all the races except for a substantial margin to win House and House leaders decided
Arizona were In states carriedby an unprecedented sixth two.
against bringing up the Ap
term.
year
President Johnson over Sen. FJ Ne.aeq
1 palachlan legislation, a sure
While Volpe In Massachusettswas
Barry GolJwater, the Republl.
sign that they feared defeat
making his successful
comeback, another former Ra.I I despite a 257-178: margin

We'll Solve Our publican Underwood governor of West, Cecil Virginia H., !incouragod The new congressional Democrats to lineup be Elephant and donkey symbols on map above indicate which states went to Barry Goldwater and which were won by Johnson.

Own Problems, Say tailed in his. Underwood lost to ]lleve they could put through ,
Democrat Hulett; C, Smith, state |these: long-disputed measures


citrus Citrus LAKELAND leaders Leaders(decided AP -Wednes Florida colds commerce the lost Wisconsin commissioner.In to former race U.., Gov.Re,. J f jartment,t Creation has: been of called urban of a attain more Cabinet recent.or,d a**. ystem.standing-- national!I 'of the origin Wages I IExtension quota and Kennedy T Team Soviets Call For End Of

Warren Knowles. j Hours Act to include some typesof
day It's time the Industry solved I,j, a department of housing and
The other unseated Demo.
exclud
its own problems without depending community development.Revision service workers long
on the Legislature.Key ratio governor, Rosellinl In Trade Jokes
Scales Jr. of Welrsdale, Washington, lost to Daniel Jack. of the Immigration ed.Establishment of some formof Nationalism In Red Ranks
newly elected chairman of the son Evans, a state legislator, 1 II laws: to knock out the lonr.STOCKS national standards for the

citrus Industry legislative com unemployment compensation

mlttee, said the Industry needed system. At Hospital MOSCOW (AP) The Krem. Chou wa accompanied by Chinese party' Central Com.
autonomy and new law to save I I Democratic liberal say also tin appealed today for an end to 1 Vice Premier Ho Lung, a memo mlttee, and Vice Foreign Mints.
I it now should be easier to get
It from "going to" Tallahasseeevery NOON .I {Congress tq vote the needed BOSTON ( ) For two "nationalist narrowmlndednes ber of the Chinese party' poll. ter Chlao KuangJiua. They were
two JAP and
discrimination"
years. funds for such programs as'vocational hour the Senate' first In world cy.making Politburo; Kang being Joined In Moscow by Pan
J. J. Farrlsh Jr of Tltusvllle, education, masstransit brothers team In 161 years Communist ranks u Red CM.na's Sheng, an alternate member of Tru-11, China's ambassador to
chairman of Florida Citrus Mu Premier Chou En.lal and the Politburo; Wu Hslu.Chuanand the Soviet Union
swapped quips and dig at a
tual' legislative committee, NEW YORK (AP-- Stu('ks at/nootu manpower retrainingand hospital bedside other foreign Communist chiefs Vice Foreign Minister Liu Red China's allies in the Com

warned "any action toward Alcoa tlH Ford 88% Nat Diet 28% Many depressed Democrats areas.are eager to K was the day after election, converged on Moscow for talk Hsiao, both member of the munlst world also were sending
greater automcny should be with the Soviet
AmAir 471/4 Frmst C>a 13 N.Am Av 40% vote on a Social Security bill and VA eeiu-elect Robert F. Union. .top-level delegations to Moscow
taken before further reappor. 86% hustled to The appeal published In Pra. There has been a surface
AmCan 44'/ FreptSiAntCyan il 44'/4 Penney sine beneficiaries under this Kennedy, D.N.Y.,
tlonment gives agriculture leas. 85% Frueh T r 32% PaRR 42% program were given a commit. New England Baptist Hospital vda, the organ of the Soviet Fire Control Men easing of tension. between Mos
In
representation." the leglsla.ture. Am Mot 11% Gen Dyn 3SV4 Pep Cola B7% ment in thlne4 session by both Wednesday to exchange con. Communist party, wa clearly cow and Peking since Khru.
AT&T 68V. Oen El 87t PMU Pet 52% branches of Congress for an gratulatlon with his younger Intended to serve a* the keynotefor Looking ForwardTo shchev's ouster Both sides
Mutual W. Albert
the
president first of
Carlton of Wauchula AmTob 13% Cen Ida 81% RCA 33% Increase In their payment brother, Sea Edward! M. Ken. big gathering recently exchanged friend
Communist rulers
wen ap Amps Cp 10% Gen Mill 1:* 44'/4' Rep 811 48% nedy D-Mass. cine NlkitaKhrushchev's New FacilitiesCounty message and neither baa en.
for his that
proval suggestion downfall
a Anaconda 85% Gen Mtr* 102% Revlon 38% Bobby emphasized h* was last gaged In the public denuncU.
subcommittee study legislative Armour 54 H Ooodrtcl h 81% Rey Too 41% only visiting Boston, a Joking month. Ranger, Alan E. King liana they exchanged frequently
recommendations for the neat ACL 78Vk Goodyr 48% 31% Miller Falls reference to campaign chargeshe "The Communist party of the report that the fire control head before the Kremlin shakeup
,meeting Nov. 18. Seaboard Soviet Union call for 1m.
/ an quarter at Naples 1* rapidly However Leonid
Beth all lel/ Greyhnd 24% (5% was a carpetbagger in NewYork. t. Brezhmr,
Boeing Jtt OUU Oil 59% Sear 122% To Carry Own placable struggle against the nearing completion and that the the new Soviet party chief, ana
Borden 78'Hon'well' t 128% Sinclair 82% Ted, who scored a lopsided appearance and survival of any fire tower and office will be in Al.xet N. Kosygln, the new
Title Companyof Brunswk e H Int Han 841/. Bocony 87% Home County election victory for a slx.year kind of nationalism and chau. service within the next few day. premier, have shown no tendency .
CaterTr 88'/ Int Nick 801louthnC 83% term in tilt Senate, kidded Bob. vlnUm and against tendencies The dispatcher' house will be to compromise on the major
'Naples Celanese 88% Int Pap 38 BperryR 14% LOCKPORT, N.Y. (AP) by about his smaller margin in toward national narrowmlnded." ready in another week, King re. Issues in dispute between the
Chrysler 88% Jones I '7'J'.i StBrand 77% Rep William E. Miller, Repub. the New York election nest and discrimination, port, and work on the county Soviet and Chinese parties The
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS CocaCola 131V Kale Al 30(% 8tO NJ 88 llcan vice-presidential candl. Their meeting .u loud and Pravda' editorial (aid.In ranger's house and shop are new Kremlin leadership has
tItLE INSURAlXttBti4 Com Ed 86'A Ken'cott IZI/ Studebak 8% date, failed by 88,000 vote to full of laugh Bobby brought their bitter feud with theChinese coming along well Concrete said repeatedly it would contln.
Ptrll tMI1MH Con Edls 931/4 Lit A M;:y 88% Swift 63% carry his home county in Tues. along his wife, Ethel, and Te-1's during Khrushchev'ett slabs have already been pouredfor ue Khrushchev's policy a I'
t the Soviets
Coot Can S3 Locfi'd 374 Texaco 86% day' national election. wife, Joan, completed the qua;. re, accused the the third house. peaceful coexistence with the
Dow Che 77V4 LorlUar.1 48 Thiokol 13% Miller and Sen. Barry Gold- tet. Chinese of fomenting a schismIn Statistic show there ha* been capitalist world, seeking a fur.

w'J'N........ duPont !74 MM&M lOll U Carbld 125: % water lost Niagara County to Reporters waiting outside the the Communist chauvinist world withnationalist 184 forest fire line January ther cuing of world tensions
policies 1
IM.r' EAL 37% Mohasco 15 Unit Alre 88 the Johnson.Humphrey ticket, room had trouble distinguishingwhich causing a loss of J.153 urea, The Chinese bitterly oppose this
1 'Ie. E. Kodak 139 Monsto 83/4 'tm Fruit nvj 18 004 to 17,998. brother was talking. One The charge hit been indirectly 71 of Incendiary origin and 48 policy
lOr". aimed at some East European caused!
Firestone 42% Mont Wd 4V, IB Steel 87% Miller represented the county newsman explained, "They both Communists most : by debris burning.Llght.
Fla PAL bah Nat Dalr 84 Un1' Mat 15 In Congress 14 year. sound so much the same, It'* notably the fling accounted for five fire and
-, Impossible to tall.H Romanians. campfires were responsible for
added, wistfully, that both The Chinese premier headed aeven.man four. Thlrty.four fires were the Aussies Expect
sound Just like their older broth.er delegation to the result of "smoker" fires LBJ For Visit
the late President John F. celebration Saturday comma Fires of Incendiary origin
Kennedy Ted now holds the moratlng the 47th anniversaryof burned over 33S acres in Collier SYDNEY Australia CAP) -
Senate post once occupied by the Bolshevik revolution County during the month of :Sydney afternoon newspaper
START YOUR CAR. his older brother John R will be the first high-level October, according to King In I said today President Johnson
During talk with newsmen, meeting between the Soviet and addition, one acre war burned by I probably would visit Australia
Ted said, "I think I asked Bob. Chinese Communist cine carelessness next i year
by U he was ruthless" peace talks between the two During the month 10 fires, The Sun reported from Canberra .
That was another reference. to parties broke down in MoscowIn seven of which were of Incendiary I the Australian capital,
one of the charge made against July IMS. After that the con. origin, wire reported. This I* I Uw visit probably would be
I Bobby during the New York duet between the two nations double the amount of forest fire I between March and May and
WITH election fight against Republican sharpened and spilt the world reported for the cam period last I that the President almost eer.
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating."Oh Communist movement. year t!ably would bring his wife and
no," Bobby Interjected. The removal of Khrushchev Rainfall forth month averaged laughter.
. LOW-COST ''He', been getting pretty fresh had raised the possibility of s 7.40 Inches for the county. Data There wa* no confirmation In
since he's been in the hospital.He surface reconciliation The for. on rainfall I* as tollowii immo. I Canberra of this Prime Minis.ter .
Y had to have his wife cam. mer Soviet leader was a per. kalee, 3.31 Inches; Miles City, t Sir Robert Mentles Usued
Ft palgn for him." wail target for much of Pe. 4.74 Inches; Naples, MS Inches I an Invitation to Johnson when

U LOAN FROM I" et since Ted last has June been when hospitalized his back king' bitterness. and Marco, 4.30 Inches I he visited Washington last June.

was broken In a plane crash. He
THIS BANK ft expects to leave the hospital
I.
before Christmas

N both They Massachusetts talked about problems and New in Gifts For Honduran Children

York. One subject was more
work for Navy yard and air, ,
base location.
Ji The brother Kennedy, when
both lit in the Senate will be 4It1
the first such combination: r since 1 (- .

Got that new car urge? Htrt'f 1803. ',., ;
Theodore Foster of Rhode '" t* .1.I..

your key to (convenient, low-cost Island and Dwlght Foster ofMassachusett
served In the
financing Come in and lot us figure UA Senate from 1800 to 1801. eM
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Call Us For when they rt.lcned.Supreme .

your Auto loon. Tokes lust a low lieu woe *4 M e rl r ,
Money When

minutes to discuss your needs, get Court "
You Nod hi

your loan approved and you Holds '59 Flood \\J ,

save substantially. Then, you'll save .J '
FULL SERVICE BANKING Control Law Bad
still men by making a cosh deal
TALLARAflbCK; (lit) The

(for your now or used car. Our sere Savings Account Safety Deposits 0) Trust Service Slate a 19S9 Supreme Florida Court law Invalidated Wednesdaywhen :J.

Kt confidential. and the monty Checking Account I Banking oy Mail 4> Certified Check a flood control district .: ,
tried to exercise control over a
Loan for any worthwhile purpoee; Drive-In Banking land area. .'
need will b. ,for
you waiting you \
Justice: Mlllard Caldwell, In a
.
MORn Order
when you'ci ready. decision against the Central and' '
South Florida Flood Qontrol Di*.
trlct, aM fee law war t duplj. I
i ; "I I cat. pf s previously pasted Uw.T t lt! I. : ) t .. .. ,., ,
t e state CClUWIIU"1IJ1 an ; .' II I
.
two law may be passed. cm the .. ti.", ...
same subject. ."..' ... I
The BANK / NAPLES The control district tried to 1 \
'
hall dragline operations and pr*. L
vent constriction of dike and 1
Member FDIC -WE* cauls of the Okeelanta Sugar
Refinery lac oa land alone the
x Ct. John River TOYS FOR HOXni-RAS Fred hmuckr u shown with a car full 1
&rvlsg Nap, c.Siltfl un 'k fader a II5> Uw, the district of ova ..oil, .'t.-"! I 1,1 l Iollh,,| |, t.n ,,f Lobe Park G'a jate; and sh rtnwj.., nSchool
sal feller .
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*i"e to tend I t- hil.lrfn in Hnnduraa,
war given control of the land. a J1r"J"r.t" parked by Jack
When that Uw expired, a new Torn v NM. > '-- -i.i i I., T ,mti. M f -v jlinor, Woman'a, dub

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i, ,uy weekend at tew paint )ot> ..Ml theee men an M a Drive dulrrnan, catos. tai ti 1

,. Days ta noM. Irv i I:loins the work: i : j lei toe*. = Plea and Cookies Table, for

and. or course, we art Loins llcaar L < u'l1pl.uandWatter dw Womsn's Club Christmas

f v rd t. next year Doearta FIesta Bionic held a ooffM" -

iii\I ,.t j"'vedthaparadJi M her home Thursday

?. ,1, the,. fci. ladles .he IIGM AJTOSAKETY morning October 28.

.d: i I'lf. I\apte. Pak .... Dan Cleaner gmve a repot Mr*. Lou Arbtugh assisted
BI' ii Area PresliM 'w the lap sad Safety Profnui n
art f : lrmanMr .Jean-
!HiUptsu put eUigtmi' "r[ ,i VtndarMM Btach. iigns haY.' 4 byhirCoooCha
the stfetiMtfher o t nsne. Vogellu. mad plans for
In a hat, inov TW. erected for /
and sliellers, ; walk. oaUlng ma membership ot the
,sen: Mrs Lot. '9 I *
'n i
40, Mm Alverts Do* 1'11I I on the beach and also relate club\ tot donations of metr\ ft'

',J '" (Men llennlng, Mrs to cart running 1m the be.ch IT'S A REAL "busman's holt ,I I.I i\ far' tin 1'\> Collier ('..rinty' school muaicit vorttt plea, cakes or cookiesfor .

::M' Mrs Louie Jul. .these sighs are strlrth for thi instructorsMU. > are plavinv\ x .il I alas) in die Naples! I'laura' product *etr table.

I UrMary Foster l>iul ('tion ol life and prufiertnl \ tion of "Tin- Mikado." lIt .a net HI'IUIWI'II caught these mtmbel'l The falkwlng ladies who are

i I e v.rv happy and proud the people in this area llrthda of the cast at a recent ,'\'hllIsal'. lift conductor C.eoiire; Booker, tnamben of the committee will
to the
m t in area. e Ol.t rtbllttnC downbeat center, assist whit the phoning Mrs.
Paul Fttsdi: Pau who teaches music at Lukt I'.uk 1{ \1t ; soprano

.I' tnilai Park onthly Area meetlni Asocl. Craig t cent :,were Hilda; Kokes, Helen Hen star Poll JiMikina" who mo,,',il nuiHic\ teacher! : at Na |'>Us! High School, V. Robe r, Mrs R. lecftyy. AT CO\\'F'JTION) alt, I ,j Mrs John %Vilav

,pies' Lt hi last Thursday, mng, Rudolph HegJI and Grac rt'ht>arstH pan! of "Y II 1lI-YIIIII.\ ,tad tight. Bert! Gideon, hand director Mrs f. Cox, Mrs. D. Wll- ( ; 111 Sixth 1 8tl'eat .'\ltll\ \ al'l''s. are shown

:th) h. T\>e Invocation Pekar/k. at Everglades. who play\ \ I'll+ ''In) of Pish-Tush grins it comedy: lines lard, MM. B. Farewell and as thl'l' irylxtrretl\ for .u thl, a li.u. a ,lmvention for

.1pL| ,\nu"II, with theaa. New members weU ,med totitiv "The Mikaiin' will OPt'Ithl', Nat like Plaveis' 19hlhi I Mutwcription Mrs. D. StMwburner.Mrs. ;'tat" 1-:11 III IlIlIuralH't' ,1 .: t'1J I t." i't' centittves at

i tru, t.. to the salut. nation were Mr and Mrs season on No\ ember :20 am) J' I IMikado' Retort Ecklea, ohalr- tilt' ht'\'l&tllll "',,'k IItt.\, \ tll .tShlllltlln, D. C.
J,>hn Sanders on 96t'i! Avenue mM of the Jam, JelllM. Cen- ntta trap,d thl' 'inference:
; More thnn 20110 man.If'IS r
Ei KIWI ;November 10, Mi s. Ralph B11'dOllI'V. a n.. dy and Nuts Table at the bas .
; 'SiUIUt Iwn' newest tlt'\ ,.I"llIlIt'lIta' 11\\ the insurOhre
IJ'' ."'I't: aa11 to held, some, if their summer vacation Corners MarketOn Mt to be held Thursday, December round table
"IIUt'tl.' At
to Washington, C, utiluahy\ were
"le.c l..e.. will corm. tint took them 8, entertained. st her
trot UK must welcome r., the New Enfland states ana home at 3310 Gordon Drives nwt'tlllfl! at IIh hOIl'' offs'.," .1111i field executives

",,'n (brie ", be a memo i It'!. World Fair "eeffoe" for the memhere of Hill'Ills and I1IlInaltlt'rll it err'! rah 1'It-d on 196. tom-

e iSSliilallim I to anted Welcome back lu Mr. ar.dMri her committee on parry "pt'IIIIlnl\l and 1IllIistj! In planning for the

: curdnill Iw played barren! J. D. Geary u' TaftoiPi School Music TeachersIn November MoI.yrno l'ottilIHtiy''s\ futuI'e.
J.
1'1+: ''I .itvoJ: a"j., 10 I tlioli home "n 104th Art. ,
At tills tint sll plans. and rte .
I ''hnagt. tile front of the .., .-t ltauwvt, '.rw41.eMU
Lake Park Elementary are on ails In made.Metnbereofthiscommittee .
be considered tt arrangements were
qrr 'n'ape" "it the new Welcome back to Mr andMri what might
ill I \it lhrad\ AU. Un es Lytl (.( Sacliutw, Mich, a "busman's holiday", fou :idi
nit bo held this Sun... ti> heir home on 97th AvenuiMr Collier Cgunry school syMM locally last year with two performances Office _1,. Duubar'sOffice Sarah West co-chairman. News
Priming
t b'II ixluled for a later ana Mrs William HalUcj, music Instructors are plsyti by his Lake park : Supply Naples Cells Holmes Alice Hack Dee

i ,' J'' 'i ,tli red ir : \...ndel hilt Drive, I I.ill., as dlr, vital In the Naples' Players Schoo, chorus. The school Company. Naples' Peacli I tenon Lot Ward,Benlena McIntosh nY MRS. W. M. GARRETT
pans
.t ner guests lilt 'tundit, Mr. and forthcoming production I 01 chorus will also appear In the Store Ttia Gallery, rhe Gift Jackie Hearth and Mary --- -'-- w w r.r1'/I "

< Ida "j 1 lite asicUti.w Mra Harold Ins and Mr. anMi number of "Mikado." and Yarn Batttr, the Book Lou Mon ghan. Catherine Hergtr -
me Otthert and Sullivan oper opening Mrt. SM in\ >wu, PTA pr.al. her Daughter Pamela on her 12th
I s ,, .'r..rfolng 1 i Raymond G. FoMer 1458 when the Nook, Naples Camera Shop,and chairman
enaMMlkade.M In Naples of the baaaar.WH dent .1.114I. to extend thanks nn birthday Saturday night with a

-- The task of oar-aii must) Player produced their first De coll Tile Ceniptny. They present to give advice. behalf ill the PTA, to alt action! wiener roast at her home. They

WANTED: PIANO direction. Involving die rehearsing musical, the successful Gilbert may also be ordered by mall Donations are, reported cornIng patron., teachers, prlnelpaleuwpar.nte \played gums and\ records Mrs.

''rth Naples The Naples Park Area Assort of chorus wads, anaccompanists and Sullivan "HMS Pinafore by writing Mr. C.R. McCool In of homemade jams jellies who wnikud to help make 'Bud Hlnaon tssiatsd Mrs.8chock: ,
,,' lei tor ,
Is still aplaito-
\'41 sg
uua we will net a rat and. In the lut ," I oily Jenkins was me Treasurer Pt. 1, Box 604, and pickles made tills summer the carnival the great sueceaa II ley with the party Attendingwere
J.l\e Ntplet or they may be ordered ". Mra Brown esteds.spec'- Karen Roberts Janice Wa
ndergarten that some kind soul has one th.y analysis, purring the entire pro- musical director. Miss Jenkins by members of the club. : ,
deli to ittapoae of. Call Mn, ducrion together and conduct. who la the vocal music by phoning Ray Wain at Midway The entire "s.wlriaroup"w1llmeel sal thaiiki in lira Thclma Skipper aim, Kay Seal Karen McDonald,

Nov. 9 Neokat MI 24M1. the performances, ls In tile tender st Naples High School. :l. I66. Friday November nth..t carnival dialrman and Mrs Pamela Warrlnar Kathy Raul.
tans Chrlalln' plriUa, ciMhalrman, Otjulnn
; Dianne Marilyn
,
eraon,
The orders are coming: in faiKI hands of Booker. moves behind the footlights In the Woman's Club to make"
George also to Mrs Heel l MIIo.'WIt.dlnn.r Roabough. Sara Nell It.wart\10
11 ,t'ta ,Miukonui the Benson Old Hume Styl "Mikado" to the pan chop nuts sniff! dates
'I' Booker, who teaches music portray chairman The ham dinner and san Hall, Fuels Judd and Mary
1" 1, "i n'ni.fj,! of a kina trill tale Do give me a cal of "Yum-Yum" the delightful walk and wrap Tills w mbe carnival ware wellaitendod. Mrs Margaret Olroyd.
frondci/ i son *t Ml S-3S01 for your order In; lead. Castle To Call all affair
soprano ait day with every Fred Taylui win )1'' 'vioiiday, November a. time for the holiday The third member of the one bringing their own suds Stan WrlaUy the BOO pounds oltmef Tense and Pamela and
ten
known J 'he North Mr.Chu and idte MrsArthur, Fla., wer.e-at.KclyfronPoit VFW Auxiliary leaching at.rtetaBsniGldsoe, Saturday Night wtch and coffee be tig served and Murlr.Turnaatheplc, Karen McDonald were vtattorsln

.' : the We hiipe the .people will (..planto
'fOr'! ? tlf the Fnrlst( Halls the weekenior band director at hvergladea. by committee. rort Myers Monday

1."h"' yl-n ''UJIC October Mth. They attends Backs ProgramOn Gideon will be seen In the roleof show Inttreat la our echw4i Marie Ellen ShockUy and

,''II' Unh'' 11\' Infltis- the smorgasbord dinner she "Plsh-Tuah"\ a noble lord. Square Dances and PTA II they hare shown Ir Inset Shirley, came tpfroi MI.

i Naples has loported was the beat food One of the unsung heroes (the pant hy their coiprallonTfie mil to spend Halloween weekend

in 'eiin.dent- lhe\'d ever eaten Americanism of the production 1s F retl Selph, Nay Castle will call the Benefit Dance carnival tai In a little ovel .with Marie' parents, Mr. and
ltllIo. A thanks te
| special |nes
'i lot r econd This past weekend the Hall vocal music teacher st NaplesJunior square dances for the Sunshlni Mrs R. I. ShockUy.
the studunli who mall
r, :,. vests' were Mr. aid Mrs Wake Members of the Naples' Vet High School who will Shufflers next Saturday even piMrterifor Mr and Mrs Jake Blackburn
K its of Riviera Beach fir ertns of Foreign Win Poti Friday Night the carnival and daughters! ol Fort Myers
U anchor the tenor section of 11%;. November 7, from A to Mr, and) Mr. Quite ""odeaIJlfflt the weekend! with Ms ..
>ii" all lldvd the Swamp Busx) 8069 Auxiliary again taldq pent
the "MIkado" chorus. 11 The club insets ti aevertl days with her
I .' p and helped celabrtte Mr, pan In the National American-' p.ir. For ear tar and br( Shelton The "Mikado" will open the 9(>" Central Avenue. HomecomingThe stile, Mr. and Mre Lawrence
November IsLFillr McLendun.
ull" birthday the Mrs James
";y lam Award sponsored by
Maple Flayers' 1964-66 sub- Ml square dancers from Wiuiima, and are now In Pompano Fred Worth left Port Myers

TION AHEAD national Auxiliary. Sfirlptlcn season on November oner clubs s re Invited to dance Naples Recreation De with his parenii. Mr and airport al 1 p.m. for 8atnbrWce.M ,

'nong Leadc oiiniwiiut' during the month aJsNttry. r It la School expected will that have Naples 15/ en- 30th and 21t. It will be fol.lewed with the Shufflers ts well si partment-iponaored Teen Chit Mr. Caaey Rhodee.VMTOlM. .t. where he will attend the

196, the dedloenon aOf r High by "Mai M For Murder"In ntetMn or Csstle's .tJI're soul hold s benefit dance Friday tine ramp training graduation ofMe

A i AF Academy tples Perk Area AeeoeltIK .... and that Carver fteboo January,"Ds rh of The. MWn"/ dance toss, whohadtHelrnlm) from TiSO to lliSO p.m. at the daughter. Iris, Friday after
will have five, according tiMra. Mr and M n. fdttle Parser at
building (1100rd Leans In March and will close with lesion last Wednesday evening. new community center bulMlnj weekend wtth her "mun. after which they will fly
ID will take place, plans are baton Dora B. Bamt.erpr.- from City Hall. Tampa 1IJIOI111h. tuna and MIll Worth will spend
v W.C. Shelton son '.Bell, Book and Candle" In They has been Introduced n across mother Mre Adman! Lanettr
: >1 and Mrs. Harvey" mad to contact all the peep) Mar vice-president and. contest early May. Semen tickets are most of the basic figures and Alt proceeds from this even They alao attended the mud tmgnracea. iw" wimkaWinners.
imantal in thiplannlaf chairman. of TV s I. la
tu.,1. l ha ui erl 1 <)11:1:t wtiu were instr now on sal. It 16.60 for adults movemeott, and this will be u will go to finance the Naples e
of this association etna In the first contest House last Thurs.by .
I ftufflsey's Open
sponsor'
i trap It'" s, Is one of they and 11.00 for children. Tickets opportunity for them to gel High Homecoming ,festivities or Mr. and Mrs lade WcV raofrlorence
It t was organised In 1057.1 haviki ed by the auxiliary last year Friday and Saturday weretHa
'1 ,,'lo>c"'J 't.. more experience on club level November\ 13. Local bands 6. C", upset tmeraldaye

_.... .I I ,\/,:., ,It IIIC t.... up l I"to the data v', rapduri which will pretty be a eel MIn : florida'Haven.. winner Localtwirdtwill was from WI dencln*. are performing free of charge with Judges dUre.iHchard aid Fred R Oallager.Q Moas. Large Loretta crowds: Hall

"'trr AC'acIlII1Y st Colon ..lr for this oc','ast:'n. WUlwrtti ter Tonljht, Jack Her, the pop the Teen Club said M the ms.- BtanleyMr :came hJ l toeipreaalbelrcongrat.Uatluiis .
bond for the best
I Hf 'hahh'kc II.rru about ftt-,! later but pleax a savings entry Judge Smith ular Naples cellar, will be in Intern possible net proceedscan *, Bam Myeri. ut rnfUwmdpent : ++ and register for the
dictionArY .eaendwtthhertau n.ler
,' r.i. ....'' <'iptlUI. keep the time in mind Uhaaoeeitoialhl ana a collegian Ffttt Myers directing> I dunes go toward Homecoming. the w < .i ward at the I TV ate Owner

'. -i h'I''n, 1 Will chosen for b> the people of thli for the rwaierup."This for Ae KrliS 1 Kross 1 Squares Teen Club spokesmen noted Mrs W.yn.Ollcltlt.I'alllll.n Wee Ramsey and eon express
Mr and Mra Julian "
WS
Mini 1. rf"r''x,'' ..I.1. 1 ."""''i,,1 Hoir UIIUOCUIUlrI year's contest I si to Teen Club hall on the that they scheduled !the dance moved (ram lIlt fmhft Trailer ."re..I..IOII" of the reception

,II', ,), III+ illOllSlrUlt' h o- : haul work, they have. madhis into consideration die stu Speaker For Sosxh Tsmltmt Trail. A large for Friday nl tii because Na Park lo their new place out [ivwiFriends
buildlnc i Clara> ... can IIItII dan's participation In home will be saddened to
I' r'I t i r.eseixleHa'linie: of Sunshine Shufflers Isel'eale1 ,1eI111 flootb.1I tam plays cut of town.
group
proud, ",f. Wh\ nn VMI 1 look back church school and community earn that Mrs Diane R. Psi.arson .
I' I t I' ud mllitmv 'IH ; to go up for the dance on isturdsy this week and theJunior Ux-al Notary pr..<,w4 O.raldCrawford
1 i am mire many remember IMand activities said Mrs.Bonvherger. 19, ol Mlamlpssaedacqn
I, I. ,1C'e. ? also Lloyd flU! his high ,ridden play to* and Secretary: Charles
Tonht,
had In Doctors Hospital Saturday
t' "i'. a member "I' 'N Ms first session of elssi nlxht. Anderson attends the Notaryawdervree
s new
hi / Patterson and her husband
< art xi 1 This it f* n"<* *some Edacadon Rests thi ,,oj 111 be snarled Hm t Til 1 'nidin' (>mii|. woukM on 111 fur) bet ll1er.. It U opals| to Admission to Friday night's ... dlncat 0(1ut..rIS 'Pal"' earns to Immokalee four
aiitl! a lal'ngY' Pump of America k shouli Naples will lean tale done dance will! be 60 cent for Junior ai the Port O Call lintel l
6"{" i happy> to call list own. those who have never any .. ,ears ago and opened the Army
nn Mr Force secondhli Until neat creek, may the Oak I matte sll students result its else of the stake May base In i piers dancing, as well aa toi high atudarte and a dollar Tter,. Verde Island 81 'et., .nut Navy Surplus Store here,and.M

;!ro',. ''I I m 1.,1 ..l'. I i,'f, ,I'' a )ou amPerfumers t worthwhile things. that make for the United Nations for keepini who wants to brush upon for senior high stakes This burg Reach Mr. Anderson and I" spring moved to their assaction
lyone .wW tie benequ"
1<,1 ''J' I ci rill joud citizenship.: the peace lions t roan who know \the subject. This clsss will will U the lourth dance put on Mrs. Crawford att (undayMr \ on South Street Funeral
when "a pl. Mute*** on Saturday nlM held U Miami
rvtees
---- ----- --- -- -- Court Mce HsroMl. Isslth sddresses be la the Shufflers' Hall on by the Recreation Depsnnwntspauored and Mrs. Ashram dewed ware

the It Ann' Home 6 ( cnrtl) Avenue and starts st teenage ransstlon. his parents, Mr u4 ..... c. C. 'ueaday

rtuMl Association\ fleet Mevda: pjn. Three previous dances Anderson, I o help lobrate CAlL TilE NEWS FOB

I Couni r 'Noses'He nigh, November 9, In the seJuran Neat Monday e\'tttIlI I the drew teens by the hundreds. their 40th vedittnc anniversary RUBBER STAMPSMONEY

El.hth Avenue, oKfc. ,,,ume' rswillmeetsIhlrballtar The Ucms Club held theta r'C. i

According to Edward J. Oeteac the November NMJ Moetlnj. ular meting at the Circle W.

its Id If n Mmm-wi +IrUr also advises. you to >IjM' tdirman. al the program committee A'notsj the utocu'i TrlnityUy.CovcChildren Restaurant Monday night They
perfume liberally if )ou -.111< uf the Nspae Home It dlaeuaaed eev.ralltellt. t bu...
W. i 1,1 't', I'dit'I rhe agenda are the dance
to wear it correctly On School Asaoclattes, Mgelmltlu To Have ness, among those were. the
r 'v'' ferprntr \.1.11 'a Navemher" 14 tt l l.dJfgh tat.dy
dab behind the ear U 1\01< I ewe of the best OjusUAed m., key shard Which IS nmlnc

I: .II..J tupt'ItILtUbi enough to e s t s b I II' h t h. in Florida to discuss the Alp" crw, Ed Clark' weekend Party Saturday next Sunday, November I, al I

aura want and tasMe workings ait camp st CoUkrn4 Part .m. across from the rune W,
i,., is that II nuM'' aids the fragrant you polietee anirdsy aIM rM&III from 3 to p
'perfwr" licit world org asetian, hevinit 'WI i November 9S, and the etoe- They also diaruMd the

I I' t tl.uI I ., M Bar h a s also unit( tam Dee al s oleos U I. Arm;)' 'I.i
r women to use perfume 1111 troop a........ to ....,,. tin: l' ana for the Mrstes Ball onJ Owreh School cliMren In W.* sure lat Iwrw lhy. unu to pay bills

I I. fl"t i )John >' ioiit r their hands. "for the hand, -* age of the United Nation <+wary 30 will be dleswa.d, the kindergarten first sewrid, <*. on that Tbey V.'..1| ,in lei I new or oldMONEY

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&bt Stqrt of Saigon Showdown


1 'feV KAY CROMLEY

THURSDAY, Newspaper Washington Enterprise Correspondent ANn.WASHINGTON.


How To Respect I 'sr

1 back of the aurprise Red Viet Cong attack
airfield near Saigon.
A Utter to the editor that appearedin past year, the Viet Cong have quietly built a
yesterday's paper Is deserving of the capital city region. The Reda have made
further attention. a major war objective.
be able to draw the noose tight in a stranj
The letter concerned the lack of re. of Saigon when Jt suits their plans.
spect accorded the American flag by a strength of that noose led to a major shift ,in
number of spectators at the Swamp Bug war plans a short time back.
to withdraw troops and arma
gy Days parade. This Is not the first other agreed areas of South Viet Nam let these

time this regrettable situation has caused to the Reds for the time being, and cancer
comment. to retake the perimeter around Saigon
cannot afford to let that maneuver succeed
The most charitable excuse one can and South Viet Nam cannot let It fail.
think for such blatant disregard for the Viet Nam drive in the Saigon area gets
flag is that the guilty persons do not In the next four months, the best expecta
know the and correct to show Communist Viet Cong will make dramatic
proper way
the Allied drive.
their respect when the flag passes.A reactions will be In the Saigon area. Others
U. S. Marine Corps booklet on through South Viet Nam in an attempt to get
Nam government to pull troops from Saigon
falling to the Communists elsewhere

I: Give Service? REGULARS in the Saigon area will be
Red underground which has infiltrated all
student groups Buddhists, government de
workers, labor.
Have you ever thought what would will pate the way for Viet Cong
happen If garbage collection suddenly t actions. It Is extremely difficult to
ground to a halt? U.S. Vietnamese military-govern
Or If the drug stores did not stay hate the required detailed knowledge of Its
or membership.
open on Sundays or In the evenings? talked to in Saigon in August were appalled
Or if an occasional filling station strength of this underground. The large
didn't at night? Or the Chinese population, the ease with which Red
stay open pro in and out of Saigon, all contributed to
prietors of delicatessens and grocery which it was growing.

stores suddenly decided to stay open ;k. ; : \ ;: VIETNAMESE I INTERVIEWED made
;
: ; ;
only from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.? Or if buses : : ; : of Red strength in Saigon in August:
didn't run at all hours of the night? could at any time do serious damage
the Saigon port areas. They had marked
These humble
are supposedly
services -
dock workers.
performed by Inconspiclous people. at any time do damage to military and
Very seldom is a bus driver or filling and other major military installations.
station operator nominated for the presidency I.I I. at any time instigate riots and cause a
of terror.
I of the United States or named for temporary periods draw tight a block-
I ambassador to Great Britain. r which could be penetrated only by strong
;
i But the men who clean the streets '
I cut down sharply on the amount of rice and
and the women who clean the offices } In to Saigon and harass troop movements

and buildings while most of us sleep '
ore just as vital a cog In the machineryof i : to Vietnamese military men I contacted
not already attacked the airfields
and other
daily living as almost anyone else you at irregular intervals.
can think of. Let these good peoplefail
j
to show up and see who's missed '

most them or the boss
The point Is that the person who does I reference to The World Today
diving
his job as well as he possibly can, Is ] Patroclus occurs By JAMII MARLOWE I
I Hector's ,u..d. Pies News Anelys
| action of a

'! 1' oysters.. the Thu-em (AP) A oper&1.forces tacether. *'* the way he

divers during Johnlon not bI surprisingeomes If out
others M''plI"o
and Eta
eyeryone
say to saw
ITEMS i 1 abroad will of vl.lta abroad .om.
which had II'f rgnu In problems which
now that b. baa
below; the. White House IIav. been standing atUi. No
water. run lour years.may ne accomplish. tar more than

QUIZ foreign While Johnson needs constant
his caper reassurance through approval
/. limited until domestically he got all one
fJ guess ha man needs In the election re.
here as he turns It Is natural he will
political raise his sight and seek Inter
y. s
b national approval with his con.
stated try to duct of foreign affairs.
but compro. He Is an expert negotiator but
to make some he still has to demonstrate how
j \tough he Is In a fierce International
: / he was crisis. He has never been
a shadow, a In one, although he may have
of Presi given an Insight with his actionIn
Southeast Mia
k1 I who ran
with a strong After American ships were.
fired on In the Gulf of Tonkin he
I I President, approved bombing North Viet.
Cffititore made no 'namese bases.One .
of the .
CHAfCl H MOT For one thing fascinating specta.cles
TRADING: POST president If | of the decade will be watch.
1 THE U.S.M I8IZ./ to him. Ing Johnson If he has to deal
1 he apparently face to face with President
t I 1t 1I I I, :: 1710! time job estab. Charles de Gaulle try to get
t XUU9 at home and the obstinate Frenchman to
tI dcwnwwe his programs 'change his mind on anything.

1I 1 I rf f/f ti'mft .. He did so
I, .... here that
rl, QUIZ presidential

he had foreign TrooperBillY
r q' \ occur at with, but from
o/ day, House, and
they can oc participant
tornadoes between the scene confer, as

div p.m. when
1 takes to worry about
"If you're gonna have guilt f .Congress, but
even strong
into tS
get tome i of the elec
i he'"origin o/ now be a vice
case, and the
from" the Ital be pushed

I t meaning bankers move, proba

Friends and I street.business at foreign part lead In

The United State and Australia have on the
'In the
alwty been firm friends and food : ls getting l

neighbour This is natural: the majority contains I .. summit
of the people ot the two countries : The average first time In
ihire a common bull.... As a well one grain I If at least, that
known Auitrallan diplomat once put It, J ( ) of gold to I Johnson, for
the Americans sprang from the Pilgrim I !. approval' by
....
Fathers, whereat wt in Australia sprang : t part
4 r>> ..
from the Prodigal Sons.The . .
. : great sense of Radar and unmarked
them- patrol cars
American have proved : can be ...
selves valuable allies and estimablebuiinct I NEWS : sensational art used m Florida to protect
aisoclate; but in the matte el Itflt.-PuMltlx* he can point all citizens who want to keep
trade It ls worthy of note that we buy "_..t. Ititor. : run he will our streets and highways' safe
AIr Mn | r (
or motorists
from : do In foreign and pedestrians
52,000,000 more worth of goods : M ck. Sup*.
the United States than the United State ,. : c..*. Die. .ctr wtu Con. The only people who may be
buys from ui.In Office ...,. I "handicapped' by radar and unmarked
the light of these circumstances. It : : ... _. sonethMig" can art those who
.r.M... '
want to violate the traffic laws
came at a rather unpleasant shock to Pv:..:.:. c:. lutue. he
.....( set for the of *.
learn that U.S. politician*-under lobby t N. ot sue. up safety a
pressure, of courie-bad moved to restrict 4nM f O : where. ha
drastically Auitrallan meat export ;; : Lifer tor alt Insisting upon
to the United State In diiUnct : his owe -a,.
breach of an agreement made at expert Sen. Barry .
level between the two countries. > : t : 5.5,0peysM.- M ,'. eleciloai

Auauall* Prime Minister (Sir Rob ; accepts his .N/w.J. t./1/t"tee... .
ert Marbles has considered It opportune "_lie 17 If. for .... ,
to point out In s letter to Pretdnt to :: : n,... "'n }:, about trying .THI...COUIEI..e.1.pncb.COUNTY... trim.NW|
Johnson that the consequent lost : .eiu.. (I d force at ..... el.rer... N. II
Australia from the Beef Bill would be"equivalent :
.. ...
-- s lot San e5 .sod) f. e.ee.
\ to the loa that would accrue __- accident be
toi, the United States U Australia .... ee .. .. For Ifs it '
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AI Our United FundHow -'ft yesterday County gave Health Neple Director Rotary, Reads Like Dime NovelHOLLYWOOD

ck Ian and guard a brief resume
much do you know about th* aetMtU of the va.rloui of the function' pf state. Jft4 J (AP) By blacklisted by liberal producer
a afende associated with tile Greater Naples tMted local health department He bucking the Democratic tide to for has Republican activities -
Fund, which open It. drive in mid-Neveekber, Tfel* U was Introduced& by pro Robert win Pierre Salinger' UA Ben. he turned to public affairs, stag.
deg one of a series of article dealing with dsepe IltAeIM MUter. Vtca-prejtteH' UoydessterUna fie seat, Georce Murphy baa lag shindigs for the Dwight 0.
which serve Naples end CoUler County. TM article presided In tics absence provided a happy climax to a Eisenhower campaign
art provided by the United Fund ori &&Uon. of Prpaltaft Vine Wood rareer a* unlikely u some of Murphy then turned to busl.n. .
in and his role on the late, late show ... u executive with D atlu
Ro-
yteomed /ntnw vUltag Murphy, who danced duet Studio and Technicolor
Naples Community Hospital tartan* l rodVdby UaaJohnston. with rred Astalre and playedpapa The Murphy have two chll.

a.Ie to Shirley Temple and dress, Missy a .year-old UrU.versity .
Ien. Among the guest)at tha Wednesday JDlsabetn Taylor 1* the first of Colorado coed, and
Income
n.n Ail membership received and Investments from gifts II, ::'r'L -.-- t. luncheon'meeting' at movie actor to achieve so high a Dennis, M, and Just out al the

d, ... ..,. earmarked fo* capital Improve, ', the peach pluh Hotel were national office Marine. Both campaigned
ments, made necessary by the I member of (,he Bxplorsi $hlp, ,Ie dldnt attempt to downplay strenuously for their father,
fact thai the hospital and n.services { Boy Scout! of America, sponsored his Image U rood-fuy son*.
tsa. end-dance In fad, says
man.
must be expanded to by Rotary.. Th seven
IC keep up With this artl'* rapid 1. coyti, all In \unUorm and accompanied .. net ''D did me plenty of rood.
y .Y People remembered m* from Few Days Left
population Increase Thus such by Skipper William!
the late late show Dint forget,
monies cannot be used to off. IIIIIrA Zimmerman, conducted
open always "
I WM the food
'St guy
set the expenses incurred In ren. Ins} ceromorujes. Easwrllngex But solid In Dove HuntTALLAHASSEE
Republican
n derlng patient care. GARY ROARK 'i ..if thi Distributive Education claw at pressed me club' thank tallmmarman. victory over Democrat George's Pierre In

E Since Greater Maples accounts Naples Scnun High S>'houl\ .. II.t UK a 'nujr.' interest, in boats and for Ml outstanding a race rated a tossup Indicates Hunters
t for nearly 75 per cent of thehospital's motor :s K.-ttniK/ iii-tlu\ 5 i ,h r an i MIX at th, Outboairi Mame) Corp., work with the boys and to voter didn't accept the Imageat are reminded that they have

II e follows that admissions the largest, It logical.ly number at 1067 loth AMIUU South/ II'.d.1 i '. I i th KUI\ ,'m-ion\ of Manajfci! DowoyCraig the Scout for !their excellent fare value Murphy 1* a suecessful little less than t week In whichto

of charity patients comes from Roitik, uith uult'Cnnt. future plan rn.iv attend Edison Junior handling of the flag salute and business executive and hum dove during the first
this region. College after graduation tommm.' woik sprnalizing( inmanne motors. Invocation. veteran behind-the-scenes. poUu.c phase dove season. The first

4I NEWS photo) Dr. Brother (alt his de- aI figure, phase dove season closet at
He ran a smooth, relentlesscampaign sundown November 8. The second
I) panmenr* principal
NO PROFIT program
baaed on advice
In these times unremittingly tin 1. Control of communicable from his father, Mike Murphy, phase will open statewide -
, mounting expenses it may be diseasesi $. Control ofnoo.pantTicabs who trained early Olympic at noon, November 14
categorically stated that no hos.plUi Woman Opposes Pakistan mmmn \ dUeasesi B. learns. The elder Murphy's and continue for sixteen days

I THE WHEEL behind the this side of Utopia operatesU health education, *.Vital as- counsel "(JIlt off first, run afast of hunting The second season
II a profit. The United States, NEW YORK APS The closes at sundown on Novem
"Wheel at the United Fund, ( I U.dCl' ft. Maternal. phd} childeltnlcag race, and never look be.
I 1h Britain France, West Germany average television set and 1 5Bnvlrorpnewalsantadgn hind." ber 29.The.
Jack Nicholson demonstrates ad. practically civilized coun. there are now almost (t million
every
President In ElectionKARACHI ( George was born on tndepend. special bear hums In
mimitrative ability ht put forth try you can name-all are caught ol them In almost 82 million tie described the activities nee Cay, 1908, In New' Haven, the Apalachlcola and Oiceola
In South Africa at a directorof In the current queete betweenthe American homes was In use Conn. As a youth he strove to National Forest close November
the Goodyear Tire and Rub. income and outgo of hos. Pakistan (AP) old sister of Pakistan's founder,' for S hours and S6 minutes a day of the recently Initiated home follow his father's footstep a* a 7, and the special archery
ber Company. Jack was the 1963 pltal operation. At a village railroad station In the late Mohammed All Jlnnah, during the two. week period nun Ing service which (a available track star. In one dual meet at hunt
co-chairman of the United Fund The Board! of Trustees of the rice country of East Paid Is the presidential candidate ol- ending Oct. 11, according to the to all resident of the the Pawing School In Pawling on Egltn Military Reservation
Campaign and presently has the Naples Community Hospital has titan, a slender silver-haired the combined opposition, five latest Nielsen estimate. A year county. A dentil service also N.t., tie won the lOO.yard dash closes one-half hour after -
approved a departmental oper. woman stood In the doorway of parties ranging from far left to ago the estimate for the same was added In recent month, ttO, 440. mile, broad jump antihigh sundown November 8.
responsibility of keeping Iln.n.cI.1 ding budget of $849,101 for the her coach and rolled at the far right She Is about the only period was 8 hours and 8 along with psychiatric care, for hurdle.. According to AJ. Aldrich,
records during the cam. coming year, the highest in Its crowd creaming "Long live thing they agree on. minutes thos needing It. Al Pawling! he first realisedhis director, Game and Fresh Water .
paign. .!pIt year history In view of the mother of the nation!I" Ayub, 81, urbane field mar. That statistic pretty well Dr Drome r* reminded fats ability to command an au. Fish Commission the early
,'1 thin Increased costs of vital In a desert town 1,200 miles shal who selted power In a demollahes the frequently ... audience jhat"' the Kcrr-MllU dlence by winning an award tor dove season and the special
services andnecesttlesthehos. away In West Pakistan, a tall, bloodless coup In 1998, Is run. pressed opinion maybe It la Act U offered Ittha an address on Theodore Rooaev. hums for bear, and archery
Since they are dedicated to the pltal may have an operating den. ruggedly handsome man strodeto fling under the strongpresldentconstitution Just a wan hope that the vast county .It. He went on to Yale, clan of hunts have thus far been very
service of humanity It U I cU ol 943,000 during the next the microphone and raised he promulgated In audience after all these years Is for hospltilltatlon of resident t' 19SS, put dropped out after three luocessful.
basic principle of hospitals *v. twelve months. But no matter his hands to quiet the cheering 1962 In ending four years of finally becoming more selective over 6X lie laid ihj| service years.
erywhere that no person who what Us financial sltuatlon and throng gathered to hear him martial law about Its viewing. It loot II U : I*. In Ml opinion, much ptitle working u a Wall
Is 111 or In need of medical what demand are made on It, speak. Basle Democrats, chosen we are watching more, even U better than the proposed medicare Street runner, Murphy met Soldier to Writer
attention shall be turned away.In the hoepttal cannot compromise These two, both popular, are directly by the people, compose we do hear more complaint program Julie llenkel, a IMrolt girl who
common with other hoe. Us service In any departmentor Fatlma Jlnnah and President an. Electoral College which will about. enjoying less Bulletin editor Allan Slade was taking dancing lessons In A soldier was lost to
pltals, the Naples Community for any patient.AccoJ'd1ncly Mohammed Ayub Khan and vote next March for presidentand As far aa our favorite viewing announced that Dr. Charles B.Rolltna New York She Induced him to America I. but it gained
operates on the sensible theory the grant of one of them will be elected pres. member of the Nationaland hours are concerned, the Nlel' president ol nearby come along and they were soon a world famed writer when a
that those who can pay their bills $31.978 from the United Fund Ident of this nation of 100 million Provincial assemblies Hn figure Indicate that be. Edison Junior will be dancing In supper clubs for $100 bottle of bourbon was foundIn
should do so. But there are al. will be of vital aid la helpingto { for the next five year*. Actually, the election repre. tween 6 and 7 pin, some 41 percent College, week' wink, the West Point cadet quarters
number of maintain the program of as. cents of our sets are turned on. the speaker ic next of Edgar Allen Poe. Then,
ways a residents, The election, starting this a contest between rival They were married Dec 18,
visitors and migrant workers slstanc to the less fortunateof month, Is the first on a national systems as well as candidates Between T and I. It climbs to 84 meeting. 1916 as now this was I cause for
In the Collier County area servedby our eltlten Among the scale since this Moslem nation Miss Jlnnah says Ayub's au. per cent and move up to The Murphy danced In dismissal from the academy
the hospital who havent the hospital1 obligations, certainlynot became Independent In 1947. thorttarlan regime amounts to a around 84 per cent during thenext Broadway show and then he i
necessary money for medical the least I* charity. Miss Jlnnah, wispy 71year. dictatorship. She want to r*. two hour Then It drop Charles Hall went on aa a single In "Of Thee. I II FOR
and store the of off sharply la 82 per cent from "
surgical treatment. parliamentary type Sing" and In (lberta" with j TINDER LOVING
government. lOtoll two other newcomer, Dob Hope
FOR EXAMPLE Ayub says restoring parlla. It look II If one U the sea. At Japan Post end Fred Mac Murray.
Consider the case of the Iran. mentary government would son's first casualties will be Samuel. Goldwyn brought him
slant who was suspected of having Golden Gate Cape Coral bring back the pre.1958 days MiC'a "Bill Dana Show," whichprobably Charles E. Hall, aviation elee.trlcian's to Hollywood a* Juvenile lead In I IWiNURSING
tuberculosis. Without funds, be when governments fell frequent.ly will disappear from mate third class t N "Kid Million*" with Eddie Can.
spent two weeks at the Naples corruption was rampant the NBC's Sunday night .lineupeorne son of Mr. end Mr*. Oebrlelllallol tor.
Community Hospital undergoing Note economy was adrift and the time In December. Anoth. Route i, Naplei, it serving During the '10* and '40. Mur.
test., and then wu admitted to Important MilestonesThe people sank deeper Into poverty. .r and a big on* -In troubles with Patrol Squadron (One at the was a leading man In vh HOME
the state Institution for TB pa. Ayub has restored political "9 0 rlatol Court,"the eeono. Marine Corp Air Station, films I' "You're a Sweetheart,"
dents at Lantana. order In the country and made my. size package of three altua. IwakuAl Japan. "Broadway Melody of 1036" and SEMIPRIVATE ROOMS
Consider the boy who, while CAPE CORAL Fla." Mile- recreational and social an Impressive start on the awe. tlon comedies under on* tub The squadron, a unit uf the 8eventh "Tom, Dick and Harry.' LOW AS $45 WEEKLY
crossing a street under con. tones were reached simultaneously facilities Include million- some task of economic develop. Replacement for the latter I I. rite will be deployed In When file acting career began C.atee' Mn, K.ll.., I. N.
structlon, was felled by 'an on. it two of Florida's lar dollar Cape Coral Yacht and ment. But per capita Income Is likely to be an hour Western'the Far 6taM for eta month to wane he maintain he was J400 IMCM tnlmtt I
coming automobile. His parents Be.s1land developments November Racquet Club, private beach, about $73 a year, among the ...tnOv+tfllNs".ll/dii..
had no financial resources for 1.While. tennis courts and yacht basin lowest In the world.
the necessary hospltallzatlon. in Cape Coral, one of an elaborate 18-hole championship Ayub 1* expected to defeat his
Consider the man In his early Florid* original( land boom golf course and country opponent, mainly because of his
thirties, living alone, who was dries near Fort Myers on the clubs the $50,000 Cape Coral greater strength In West Pakls.
bedrid*:"MI and unable to care for Gulf ,observed Its seventh Youth Club, key club for tan. Some experts also feel that
himself. In a desperate state the Basic Democrat system he
anniversary u t thriving com 8 to 19 old
youngsters years I
he was admitted to the hospital Initiated tends to favor the In.
muntoy of 4.000 residents, the the Four Freedoms Park, and
through the county welfare ser. cumbent.
of Golden Gate 59 the National Center.
community Hobby
vice and was a patient for more Chevroletworkpower
than four months. mile south, moved rapidly Into Recently opened at Cape
These are only three of the the second phase of Its develop. Coral Is the Cape Coral Gardens Florida Medical
many emergency cases which meet with the launching of a an 80-acre,multi-million
have come to the local hospitalIn nationwide home and homeslt dollar tourist attraction built Librarians Plan

recent weeks. The hospital sale prcgram. by Gulf American that feature
won't turn them awayj It also Mora than 70,000 acre at a Garden of Patriots presenting Regional Meeting
cant check on their financial Golden Gate Estate have been dramatic busts of U.S. presidents
responsibility before proceeding An ill day session Is scheduled
sold to buyers all over the nation. and a 1,500-pound replica -
with their care. Some of these for the regional conference ew..1.
The community rear Naples of the Mount Rushmore
persons may receive county and ha* dedicated It* model memorial. of the Florid Medical

others state can welfare pay all assistance.or part of U homes, golf course, swimming Other highlight of the Gardens Librarian at 9 o'clock Friday

their bills, the hospital regards pool central water and sewage area Porpoise Pool,which morning, November 13, at the
It u practically manna from syitem and church and school stages regular performances Florida State Board of Health

Heaven. If they cant, they are site. by trained porpoises) the office In Jacksonville.
listed among the needy patients Bluer rtDt for ih*eventual'Ia Waltzing Waters, with toweringwater Speaker will Include Mrs
whom the hospital U willingly square miles at Golden Gate formations combined In May Pyncbon.consultant for the
prepared to help with all re. call for an overall drainage time with music classics and State Doard of Health, who will

sources at Its command.It system of 150 mile of canal 69 underwater spotlights! a 10, talk on "Interllbrary Loans.
ls estimated that 22) In. and 829 mile of road. 000-bush Rose Garden with s Mrs Elizabeth Reed, dlreaor
patient cases will be treated with of the Division of Health and
The Golden Care development huge rejecting pool a HangIng -
out charge during the coming coupled with tbegrowdlofCapeCorl Garden| an outdoor amphi- Education will speak on "A H f lfI f
year. Approximately 1,150
Into a full-fledged city theater anu miles of scenic Researcher look at the 1.1.
will receive
persons outpatientcare homesu brary." A film will .: 00 b*
(
as Indigents, which Is one boasting 70,000 owner trail and verdant Florida land
third of the number of out-pa. has helped make Miami- scaping. shown
tents treated by the hospital. Used Gulf American Land Corporation -
Their troubles may run from the l'rpI1land developer JL
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as periodically happens, to I Among sir 4,000 residents at below good for :::
severe cut from a fish book Cape Coral are nearly 900youngsters ,
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sustained by an amateur fish" To house them,

ermu. there are 1,344 single-family

COSTS MONETAll homes, 119 duplexes and 40 ,
of this runs Into money. mukl-Uvtng dw.llirwt-lpIn.
Nearly $30,000 Is the amount men and condominium*.
I
which the hospital figures It will The number of private busIne .
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indigent In-patients and out. to 160, ail of them thriving, on
additional sum
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Eagles Play Miami Central Saturday




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BY DAVID LYON

Naples High's tootbll:team hol"I Junior High
NCAA Puts
an extra day to prepare for f'h)'1 t . . . . . . . .
weak'. game, a Saturday night II'y1 '
affair on the east roast, against i Athletic Club
Miami Central. 6 rOlllfR: COLIN NlW' f N.p''.. f-a'' T'." >
Naples and Central] win u Miami OnProbation Being Formed -.
meeting for the first i 1111'"' i I" v

football, sins the Mlainl l Sl'lllK>1
ha begun a competitive r.>"thai I I.e' r.1I"es| Recreation DeIntent To Talk
announces the tormaI Leagues
program Just thl*Mason Thetv o
schools have met before lii bas.ketball 1 'I' I a r toys: hletlr Club

Naples winning over the I I 1\\, :i ot junior high school

Rocket eager In a dletrlct tour. MIAMI (AP) -Miami's L,
nament In 1061 and twice during I d i<'jm expected to be one 1 I IHi ;arlety/ of sporTS Included About 12-Team CircuitsPHOENIX

the 19(2 eaon trwi lost, 1 i w" the sen" At, hlsloi > ''')flt' these will be basketba:1,

Saturday' contest will be stag w"1,, t U' going tr the M AA (''f i I "i-foothall.>; volleyball, soft-

ed at 8 p.m. at Curtis Park, .11'', other major i post seasuu: I ,Ii I pool and ping-pong. All Ails (AP) It i* Frick's plan to create
located at NW 20th Street and Ilno i i na cent this year Ilvltles will be determined Baseball commissioner FordFrick' new major league ,teams 'q i
23rd Avenue In Miami. It will Seattle Oakland, Dallas-Fc, t
The NLAV placed the team 1111 I ,JOpu'ar'ole of the long dream, expansionof ,
II
boy
be the only east coast and Amerl- Worth and either Atlanta ear i
opponentthe ail letlr pre"hit Ion Wednesday) recent both the National 1
Eagle will face this year. tor i, allowing a plObpelt to be I can leagues Into 12.team dr. Milwaukee depending upu.
Central ha a 33$ record ;, give" free room, board and here will be several tour- cults, will get a full airing hereIn where the Braves eventualh
against good Clan A or better tu: :'pllrtatloll dJrlent(, : and trophies will be a threexiay summit meetingof wind up.The .

competition Their losses have Athletic, Director Andy Gustaf. awarded to the winners and club owners and general commissioner i* certain

been to South Dade, a state- hi" ball I the probation was ahnl nu ncrs-up in each sponMl managers starting today. to meet with serious opposition

ranked team, and to an unusually t tl k t tll the school and the boys of junior high age The expansion theme is highon especially from Crooln and

good Miami Military club The lean t but he didn't believe it who are Interested In partlclpatlrg the agenda along with a Giles, who do not feel the time

Rocket tied Coral Park and beat 'c would hurt the team's record NEA 1'elepllrJlo) in this program shouldsee number of other important, is right

Hollywood Chamlnade, Miami Coach Bruce Hale agreed INJtRH .BnbSwaffar, m Bob Jenkins assistant recreation Items such as the proposedswitch I The general managers it has

Beach and Ft LauderdaleNova/ : i' tr t "We'll still have the best has.kutball foot t.nmt center of the Okla director at the now of the Milwaukee Fran. been learned, brought back

Fort Myeri, playing Ita best rot'c team we've ever had" homa State University has Community Center before November chase to Atlanta, presentation ol some bad news to the owners, to
game of the season, saddled Na. Hale said kethtll team underwent sur a weekly television baseball the effect that the proposed
15th.
pie with Its fifth setback hen Miami which has !gone to the ,ery: to replace his right arm spectacular for the 1965 season,i Monday night TV spcrtaculu I

last Friday, 32.11 The Eagles: b NIT fur the past two years, was cut off by a machine to spin completion of a new concept In, Idea has hit a snag.

stayed with the Greenles In the 44 ranked ;as une of the nation's top clothes dry in the field minor league operations, a Two major networks NBC

second: half but Fort Myers had 10 teams by two sports magazines house Results of the opera Star Gazers broadening promotional effort and ABC, reportedly advls-
a 20-0 halftime cushion thanks to The team Is virtually In. tion will not be known for and a change In the present they could not relinquish the

excellent line play and good run. 4 k ,. tact from last year when it several daysDoctors bonus rule.Another. programming time Monday or
nine by a host of back. broke the school scoring record important piece of' any other night. CBS alroid! .

ItUtr I 11\11 ( barky Taylor, lull back ol tin Wd IslingtonHidskii and finished second In the nationin Pick Gators business likely to be discussed had announced that despite.,
STILL OUT I.I out of those rare finds who come right out of scoring Hopeful although not on the agenda is new involvement In baseball

The Eagles were minus 9-4 1'11111'1(1'' f I'I/II/all' / / to star an a pro The formic Arizona\ State President Henry King Stanford Over ConditionOf the commlsslonershlp itself with ownership of the Yankees,

end Steve Clark against Fort runrniu ,lIld I ruining threat show how he changes dint. said the violation was uninten. Frick already has notified It was not Interested.

Myers, and Coach Jerry Morris lion t to //1,1,; through enemy lines tional!. and the NCAA agreed Cage Player 'Bama To WinATLANTA owner he will not seek reelec.
ha Indicated that Clark will nil .
that there was no pattern of dls tlon when hi* current seven .
be available for duty against C en. regard for the rules OKLAHOM I CITY (AP) year term expires next Septem. Beach Club Men
tral, either An east coast spelallst (. thin. ;agali st 1 Furl Myers anddlda"terrific" Phillies Mauch "The decision of the NCAA 'JOt tllrs 8'I 9I1I111day they (AP) Alabama ber.
looked at Clark's knee In. j job 1 In Morris1 ell I. 't'r ,a: I out saving the
was based upon their Judgement are 'h: and Florida will win the two A preliminary committee
Jury Saturday and aid some loose mat I on. Woodruff .also made hispresence that the father of a baskrtt i,i I I I' '
cartilage 1* causing<< the trouble. felt on d( tense, and was Named ManagerOf player became 'a represent' I I', '''I I ''vr Bob Swill. astern Conference football this dents, Joe Crontn of the Amoi'I.

Morris says this type of in. one I. of the I-jglefc: loading tack. of the athletic Interest'university < 'Ic ,11mb III atI weekend, but it will be the VoUunteers can League and Warren Giles of November 19

Jury can clear up suddenly or ? s ," Stanford said I\\I I ht.I of Tennessee who will the National, has; been screening .
It can: linger It appear to have Aiuitlie! placer who stood out Year For 64 "Certainly, the 181I1.''w'' I," rejoined make the most noise candidates, to sui find tin M fo:,,nh'5'1" 'hf'! > Club

abated for the moment but Clark Ic I >fh ways fit. Naples was tackleBruce LOS ANQBIES: (AP) Phil. which the parent subsea'rnu' i I, ," after It was The big one matches Alabama 70year.old fo'r.k.Whatever Mei'-. (joi II) .:s'"oclation are tor-
Han Is The 17 Impound IIn.
,
of action until Mon. ,
will stay out lor has been a bulwark la the delphte PhUllet Manager GeM,I gave the student, a friend lit I hi i it I?' ''1 ,, II 'etWetn the ind Louisiana State, both un. possible action maybe inuiitln,: pint" tor a cocktail

day Richard Woodruff filled In at Eagle line .ill season Mauch wu playing gob son, ... was not an Un>oN'mah ) I""ldn, I Beaten and nationally ranked, taken here, III is h.trlily likely party end ui Mtt to feature

Wednesday when he learned i I violation," Stanford sod end
Clark' offensive right post. Flies' TOUCHDOWN had been named National I ever;the university ri M I"I'i t lice I I' "It. I at t.."ton Field at Birtn'U ,' .'"s I' I I'' ," "t i winter league The party will he held at the

The lean senior end scored League Manager of the Year toi r NCAA's decision and will I>bI 1,1! III,'", II-" -.On'' 'J swrd I anal' ,III) II ,., I hC end Beach Club! lintel on Thursday
I it lorlt f J; ,,' .
serve strictly ,, ,
ills list career touchdown In the IIISC In HM annual Assoclatec I x I I II I I I, Pt.I 1. .
::1.) It will be a
Ulcers May Keep :fwthquitei. taking a flat Press poll. The NCAA renoluti' :said Ml. t1,.", < I .,. t" fl ,, 'i-tltIt' ,1. I ,1.e lit" ,( ,,. H.IJ" II ,
pass
from Carter Bryan and skipping." "I loot know whether It af,. ami would be barred fi "'in pia,. 11th"I'' I I 1'1"' ", '" 1'1' J" k III. hII Miibcrj only.

Shofner Out Of :by three(,reen Wave defenders faded my, golf game or not,'. Ing In the NCAA I?,I'' 'aim"III't >;" d' ,1' rem' ," 'I I I I', I' I ,1 III" I ," II' by a opokei
and other touuJII",1, ,t 11.1, ,I'' 'lea I tpl, ,P I I ,. ,
'
hen' (lea the end The Mauch HId today. "I don't remember any u r I .1'' II
way none
Giants' .
Lineup :play covered 31 yards, Woodruff how well I played aRe r cooperate with the r", AA II ,". II I" 'I u", I Llt\ I ,,ill lit, I. UVItl I IlS I" I II Ie affair will

covering the last 23 I found out." did not specific, mrnttln' ,\ it'N //111.\ I//1. ,, II" I ]IC I titisurcirhp .
NEW YORK (AP) Del on foot .
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Shofner star D was the second time NIT, but an official III M A \ .J I I 1' t> : ""I I 'II poke$-
pas catcher of the on the doubtful list for Satur. ,
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told the Herald Hat NIT Wa' I II
three years the honor wu bestowed I I'm' r advlst d thatcksforiheii
New York Giants, may be lost day ul"ht it tackle Al Hackney, Immokalto Hosts:
Included ,,' ''I. I I I'' I
on the handsome $Syear.old "" II' -
to the National Football
League who has a pulled shoulder who male, The official alt .i't,',i j 1111'i i,.. II I ,, I '", I Ih.tl', III ,' I'
scrapper
club for the rest of the I'm ( rest 1 '
season muscle othoi than Hackney and < ;am
oth<"i ", 111''n .
his home In nearby Hac any map I I"" 1
because of stomach ulcer Clark, tics Eagle are In good feneanatlent I I'I s of the as-
.
Heights. He Indicated, unlesi Miami I laul, Tomorrow Night "I' j., I .11"I, I'' (, '
Ehofner sat our last Buuuy'llst. shape a- ../ the ntMtyeid rank Blair,'
thai MM title meant more to Mn n ready signed a lIt t I J' I lie I If t" ,d I. I h,
Louis game with a liver Naples' "B" team has pickedup I Ii tt I 111 ,k ,11"1 tl1'h',,' a ,?,,,II. II J faodllco-
teem has signed ii tilt 'tram/ r"r '' ,
virus and the first time he won It, in jibe i I I Iu'1 I 111' !11,111,1!, ,! ,
severe cold. He en. an. her game The squad, 'I ''u t I ,tpr. I I", Ir'J.I\' 1\\ I I. I II rtoweld. ally -
"Tte. circumstance are I qalt i its own Hurricane ('hash oVid '" II I in't'i 'I'o, I r'CI ', I t ,1' t ,
tired St. Elizabeth's Hospital consisting' uf I IS boys mainly to, '
,
for outofskliMi! I McCune
one t ? I ,
different this time he said. I'I 1 1I
Sunday night for rest and exam will .
.I'Phornrlres, travel to Alva nament I .
tnatlon. Blood test revealed the ''Thursday, November 12, to meet Among the circumstance thli.I 1.11 I I, V I"P, t r, ,I .L* 'I, I 'nil t ," I .
,
yeas I I J. .k, eeklv! out-
aggravated ulcer condition. i I the tonsil Ramblers Alva lost J Jill k Ill I, t II' I 11Inh,1 I I'I II
-With only two weeks left ti) " I ''I'' I II I k I eyed for low
Shofner, who hat been trou. i I Its season opener to Immokalee I I, d,j,, I I ,
play his Phillies had what Time To Register 1 I I ., o,',, a I"l l ,
tlir
atpeai Ti in ciassus.
,
bled
with ulcer throughout his i I but has won six In a row since. 1 ,I ,, c
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career a* a reported to the d to be an Insui'raountabliW'fftaM .e I .I 'Ins I I II A winners were nilleley
pro, The only previous Naples "B" For Golf Lessons '?' ,"" < I I IIan I ;
Giant camp underweight/ at pane( was a M-0 victory over lead. I'' I" I'" ." ,', I 72:!; Tom Abbott 74;
170 pound, lie missed the ;Lee here M -aut they dropped 10 game Is Out ,, , ", I j ," ,, Ii jlot 'm.ws
September The h: Running '" ?k I? tt .11'I I "I"I , Harry ig!!, .
In a row from Sept. 21 thrums I ''I "I I I I I''? I II '
Giant opener with a pulled i.quad w 11 be handled si Alva I I I w t 1 1f H win/ "Tsj 1 1..1-'. Mc-
ept.. M then rebounded to wli n Time 1* rapldh I''" t eat' I tI ''I. oJ'', ,
hamstring muscle and hurt his ,, ,
i text' Thursday by assistant coach ,,. I. '"I I Inr" Ii tit, 73; G.I.! nine and
the Slut two from Cincinnati ti) on registration i'''1 t I'' i II to
left thumb against! Cleveland ,ferry Howell The next nightthe I" ,
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two week ago ,\raraiiy hosts Sebrlng: the finish.::2..S 'ood.pllce tie wttl h lion lessons Department 'I',' 'ns t'', II I 'I.. ''I Onimflei.75. ; and Virgil!

ThICI..IIII1I..1, I \I I ,, "II I IL I Ii I s C rflnri: IV.I .

at Bit Cypress I."U ( l lid ten i .. I 1 II, k, .I I ((1 1 \\I ""I.,, ( II ,: 70,1'orei; terfersoa. n,
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Millions of Floridians < and Wednesdays .1 t 't i I'' I" III ,
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each person na* I .1 I I.\ It I -,
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say. o lace, and all ma i I'' Ii stilted ,. .11'I 1 (II I I .. 1 t
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Name Milt Plum .
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9s.r. ,ill' hi t 'I'? I .((1I t I I ,, ,1' I II II Ira. F lush
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DETROIT: (AP) M IM I r" '--. t !&. 0 Hymer

a man of few WCMU, ..",,, ,. III00-Mrli. t, Reeves /and H IdiJO-Mi and, I Mrs J Coch.Vance : .

there's No Match})'for a f fltM pleaimd at being named Player The tournament will extend ; Mr*. P. Swill ami Ix.. 1..1. ii.; MiUiach M,,1 I Mrs il. Shot
(ub eat the Week In the National over M holes with U to beplayed fi,

F'tdtwll. League. "..'* always The 29-year-old veteran' slg. ; at The Moorings Golf and II000Mr. and Mm F. AIII', \ :ilyd0-Mr( M MinieaitdCiLHIg

ELECTRICWATER great to see an hunor sutra i a* woelUar and passes received J(ountry (liil>. The tournament is :Mrs 8 Unk lesr. and CMU I It'd. : Ih' ant M: r JiKKfthlOSOMrs
that, ,:' said the Detroit I ions' t the, Associated Press' weekly ,sponsored by the two rltfbs In co. arts, t HI'I\'I' and W.

quaitorbacktii tar citation for his hailing of I,Deration' with the Edgewaler 9:30-Mrs. H. Wolfe and G AituuirlOu t : Ut'tldh\ (n.lami and

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reserved, this seemed j ,rod over the Los Angeles Kainv last Starting tunes and .pairings' 1 I Dunlap, Jr.9t4G.Mr..
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IQMl Beat Coin Shortage A 'w'llN r'i"'l irnKls urr (ro15 ..n 4 t r'l',S'e7J"..n" v :)\t:1T_ ':!-.."_ .




mm By JACK LKFLER 'Immediate and eeriou* prob.lem" fIJ)1k lotOU

AP Buslnes News Writer to meet the .demand tsf

NkW YORK: (CAP) A merchant metal money Mat' wm reaeta..

In Nantucket Mas., peak during the Cfcrlatmaa buf;

--- --- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS minted his own aluminum coin. ing Mason
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Florida ban collected coin William F. Kelly, ot PhUadeJ.phto .

In a wishing well and matchedthe president ol the American MitafM07I

ANTIQUES DRIVE INS proceed with contribution Bankers Association said the _
JEWELERS to charity. Treasury's program would undoubtedly .r.5-I5-4545 ._ ._ . . . . . . . .

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BlROtRSpn r. A Michigan bank offered $1 'Vltntnate the short:

H1VfES bills for 98 cents In chlnce.TIIOft age over the lone run but would -AnnouncemenrtSWAMP 15-Salei Help Wanted ESStoreOffice

MEADORS'JEWELRY are some of the (1m.mlcke not be able to alleviate the

fof ?89 Airport Raodjjgji re" (Y'II" '" employed In an effort to shortage In the next few Lw.l ....'I.n... .uIOlllIlllIl' FOR SIN?
,1,711. "p months BUGGY ..'..", .n ..n,", wlN bean d.. Lara* Mora or office I tpec* onCORNf.ll
QCUti .;% beat the coin shortage.! Ills Is Sam b l.r 114111v. location, SIN Av*. to
5 -// Ml 1..1110 Although mints art working The association la sponsoringa PICTURES pI Man chNM mull 1. 15. (main 1111.1"". district H
Jow.lr Antiques '.. l*"e oul .", ... MI" a 1011 "Calling AU Coin*" campaign tiv*. SIN. hhN, lavl' ....,,,. block from let Nell Bank, Own
Fg1.Mgd of
IV. photo
around the
clock the shortage Swamp
h .." .?,.Ida ellx llmla$7 PIPTN &VS .0 ellhodINI commiaalar) plan .r will .I.id.
probably will get worse before It over radio and television tn an Buggy events m*>' bp pure DameurIsId. wild ethertrinf Tint GULP REALTY.. CO
lilt Av
BARBER SHOPS Ct batter.Secretary. effort to bring silver money out b.n.Its) la* *ayc* I" Mt Sovjh
DRUGS chased from "
ten Wood Plymouthhonn
SERVICE STATIONSROSSI'S ol hiding. .Chrytlar Office, *C.--hlr ,Cost
of the Treasury Trail Jl/l II
TOM McGRATH Colony Corp. 111 Ilk Ave
D PRESCRIPTIONS Douglas DIllon has said that Dillon blames speculators: foe Ml. MSS II 11"1 II

UI PAR, UIET 504 Pin*** vvi, BO J despite the Dear doubling. ot coin a big pealM lays the* ',aYe rhotogrtpher 31-loit V Found

THltU IAR/tits. ACCURATELY _J SERVICE minting this year there la an been buying Ik, cola In quantityand 1182: Ird St So. MI 1.3t4Ia
I keeping them off the market LA"r'. diamond writ! watch 57-Hout For Sale
rVep/en Shopping C.nl Prompt Free Delivery STATION ERA'S BEAUTSALON and band lo.l al Ediawataraach
8.,,,., Shop DON'S ktechonlc' Rood. Service In hopes of higher nurila. Ill 7th tt toulh Motel: O'ferinf, llM re Forced ,
.. matte value." .,. ....... Ml1JIU tale ky owner. I bed
...'. r.M'I//M5 r onduty Center ol lltti Arc a7th no tuattieni rim. I NIA CIS hove.
LIGGETT REXALL W.I....., Absentee Ballots He also point. Ma finger at tlr.et Ml, IUI7UNIFORMS taro It Canal 'u,..., MI t ..... en

Nnple* Shopping Comer 2-2136 4060 North Troll Ml 2 Ml7 coin Collectors whose number Pair, raadlna.. ,|l..... In dark 11111 tf ______ ___
clip c. lost) in or near Conk
Key To Alaskan hu 10 million five 1311 lo Situ e AM Mia He launderette Name milaide .u..fU" Aoortmont
grown to ("n en
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CLEANERS .... APT f bedroom
$105
INSURANCE and tarp. We have added 0", ,,,. ,
MI 11411
SHOE REPAIRJERRY'S year and at people who have /.,.. puetLINNICI' M IYII y *. I bath. All electr
Seat In Congress ,
k" .h. Carpeted tloera Uilurniehee >
the habit ol emptying the / UNIFORM" IHOP
JAEGER: ). Price' 127.n. OtAkMMlate ,
INSURANCE .
V if: y I ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP) change from their/ pocket or lilt Henflry 10 It 'Ptt11My.rr, Fit 23-Miit. For Sale *

DRY CLEANING ( / IAVtMONfY.IAIY PAYMENT I I': Absentee ballots apparentlyhold purse Into the bureau drawer or LuclH Oil Noble- Wright Virgil. Miriam

ONE DAY a I I''; r AUTO-HOMIOIIINI'tI' C 'I-- the key to the winner of some other place. 3-Boati-Moton Accet.luM" a piece wrought :Iron Dinette
SERVICE L8X2 H."u" ,, The |rf w ol the' Table: 4 Chair: Phone after IPMMJ
I "A LU IHOPPINO 'o-H. Alaska's tone Mat la the UA DEWEY POLLY
:A I,. CtNTfPj S cotn-ofxratkd vending machineIndustry : INrdln. !_ 11171_ t9L0 ft

6tK Ave., So. MI. 2-7390 NO"'H TRAIL MIIt". OAK: OUAKANTSfDHi : House of Representatives.With state's. 338 and the high level of Change In s...., pI.N 'ore. PILE +. uift and to! REALTY .
320 the
of o."t'
.1. 01 11411." h..uhlul II' c.....
I* AY It Ml 1 4401K or> latam **'Pte
precincts: reported Wednaday retail trade have Increased the CnN twin, 01545,1, H..', cleaned w.tl. Blue LIMelectric .t,*, Kent

night Democratic Incumbent demand for coin. 0.1414radar I..rth I ;+ thompeoor II 7:1': 'IN 0.. Dewey Polly, ReaHerCorner
Cutlam mxT Cvihi'iin 551511.1.
CS t lit Ave N. endTamtam
Ralph J. Rivers led Republican At one time the Treasury had and Cock Pit CPvr, IIOOA Trail..

Lowell Thomas Jr.$0.4 toll* buUt up stockpile. of loll billion n firm Cll Ml. t l)40 end Mlto H... 0u..".. poll b.c. r new Ml 1 IIJMI
lull IOJ9 e.0 .0..0. 'ood.. II .... Moa -
abeenteebellotawill ol But with Increased bedroom CIt hem *
ounce IIIl".r.
EGLER'S 991. About 4,500 ft II....." $.. Skill .IIIChrb "N' .1151.. I.I N I I UI 14.- room and bath rental pit'$
un I '4'
be counted nut week. demand, that I ran fng.n*. TfkPKkt I,.... L.n.. I "nnls IrdM/. any lit.100 .If7! Frt Av.
Tnomu son of the' explorerand hu dwindled to ..1 brad N4i*. Dplh Flnd. .r-, II 1a II Owner |II"| |II
NNNt''"V Pilftl *P< y.mlill, !ea
news commemuor, If making OWle"i, ". o Ill I1'rM.,/..1 "" llold Id. III THC MOORINOJ Bedroom,
In addition to the requirements !RI l pyN/ oii Its ,
OR N E R BY HAZEL his second: attempt to unseat "air.aerator |HII I both home .reliant Condi
ABRAHAMSON Rivera who has represented of silver for coins, there Oirli, *,ka* III lor the lion, laceptienel. Buy

. . . . . . *> .1 Alaska,since statehood In 1999. I* a growing demand from Indurtry. 12-Help Wanted 11idd I r Ovl. ,Napa MARLOWE AND BECK
; "IIu"
......... wanted for 0NrnIedn .IS' REALTOR'
t With the supply of silver dl. Founlein Lunch Noom I C ,cular. 1'1'451' ruIII ,411 Filth, Av* 1.MI .
I Mil 11001, tilt
lalerv with ebillly
there la In cemmenaurele' "
mlnlshlng a move
MI HOI after I PM
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Mucl heve perienc* end i'l 1 nth II NuilhNEW .
BROOKSIDEThe from Rexall Drugs while Naples Q' Bowlers when Jim- Birds Of some quarters to reduce the good reference Write" 5... III? If 7 bedroom 7 buts, Ooodkloraga
League Prey amount ol shear In djme, pwr. AiO, Collier County Neat. P e A1151155' tint. tleclnc kitchen. Unity
Brookside Senior League Camera Shop were abU to role Glbba team took all foul ten and half dollar*. 9 Mg also I t at :YI' J \15/11 sf1.r 1 p in- room, ecraened porch. 0*.
win three from T wman44w.4510 I* tak* $II'. TI rage' Heel and Air Con IliloOUOO .
started its league bowl- only Ingram points from Wonder Gardens Protected ByFlorida's been suggested that coin be vr ..I.s "..." .. In C.I"*. down |I IOJ par month: ..n

Tuesday afternoon at Brook Chevrolet One point now sea while Holland Salley won only minted from other metal each County Avaraia IIM o par w5-14 76-Personal lore end Inn ,included

side Bowl-this Is the first sanctioned parates'these two teams who three from Caribbean Realty. u talnlM steel t Nvi. alar car Muit end ph.n b. bond.blarali.bl. .111,1/ VINCE CONBOY

will each other In LawFlorida' t. work 11 Is 11 .....,. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
league for seniors In Na- meet next Five 500 aeries were rolledIn ..b. 5cr ppolnt".n' tall 5lw. Men ti women wrap drinking.' III Ith Ave Parkway

ples. Membership Is not limit week's match. Judy Crlcken- this league with Elaine Sheldon's Mr C.bb 15 ..,..... 1151tiall. proklemt Aik tar kelp. by/ tall Ml 11111
birds of prey the PUBLIC NOTICI ., r PM P44 ,......., .In mg Ml, 1 Illl Vieilerk tere.allywelcomed UI THII n... ... ..O.. .1
ed to members of the Senior berger was thehlghbowlerwltha 638 high. Elaine hit a eagles hawks and owU are 1.1.1... ..5 5-I II "....,.. ......1".. In Firittt 115 lleN Avis $14551COIPMAM

Citizens Club only but to 529, Hazel Abrahamson turn- 208 game. Shirley Johnson hit HIA"INO MN.o11'1. "nlo ldea 50.01III /Nsl C"'C" A.nN M Im IOr Runny
any among the most valuable birdsIn PULIC' OIl M.rmn5 N.... at Mh As. every Tue, andFrlfn. M Tenth tt Nn Ml 15104.
senior bowler 55 years of ageor ed In a 512, but the real honorsgo a 627, Terry Murnan 507, Jo the State and killing BULKHEAD LINK II Ii 1.'h"dU 5, Thurdly ., M At I At, rr M.
Wtckham 603 and Ma Sea- Illegal IItASc/sNMIN ec.nlt5 No. A old 1 PM. ROYAL HARBOR
sanctioned Dunham who rjorte .
over. By becoming to Margaret A hl .Id kIk
of them :: III' 41 33-S rvlcei Offered
by Irresponsible .... .t CDunly CmmiMianrH Mott ettracllv I kedroom, 1
seemed be
bowlers In the ABC and carries 132 average. "Mac"rolled berg a 613. It to shooters must be stopped If H lh.. CtiurlKoiiM .... N.Pl.i. P.rt II.... I.b Y' rw"rkf'1t both' home en outstanding tat
WIDC the seniors become eli- of 160. 172 and split conversion night as Mug Flo! .1 II 00 o clock A M Yu.d.y 1. tv50m1114 lit overleokinp .... .* Bat Formarly
games
they to survive the Florid uri'aya' N. ".. SEA WALLS .
are 9cmbi I IH4 la ton.id.t set.rh t.b Apply pI.a J ". Mod *. e model Ihi.
glble for special awards during 178 for a 510 aeries these Lee made the 6-T-1q Kay Hler Audubon declared 'l m.nt ot. kulklM. Ian> "OIl O.pl13Help II" / i offered with ec
Society MIones vllk CA. tl 1.01,10 eONCFUTI WOOD NOCK :1..IdM1lI.: ...
the three the 3.7.101 Ina Bunting the 6- pl.1 It} and can b*
the season. There are still were highest games this week. HI' Itt rial (I. 11.1.. Th.. proJM.tl Foundation Piles ......".." at, 5 figure well be.
openings In this league which and the highest series yet roll 7-10| Mary Armbrust the 310 I I ly'nil in Owl La I lc Want. Female 10... actual' cocl For appoint
and Irene Baker the 3-6-1-10. "fort1Ull .Jl. ,aJ.4l Kenneth urn. L Top jit. ".". IIC Cl I II. Docks-Mooring Whips meal ull MI 14141 .r d/,..
will bowl every Tuesday at 1:00 ed by this bowler. Needlessto D. Morrison of Lake Wiles, ., Cgunly I\an4t\ out' I. Royl' rlarbat. Mire ..
Hud Hudson say she U now sold on the Mary Hatcher also rolled 208 A map kr p1.l! oIM .rpM.4tl If NIC*} tlAUTV DPI NATONFr IAQIN Aulemetie ABBOTTRadio day 11/11 IIMOMll
p.m. was high president of the Society"many I rag "V h. ,,,"'""nod al Ih.. M/re ..l.bl.$.. Mop. in -
man of the league this weekas sport, and U looking forwardto single game. are aware that all 1h. Copal> Inin.*r M 54 l Ik* :.R"" C.' -' Cou..t, t4.../1.11141. "" *V nON*
sportsmen 1045H Tf .My (nimt.rmi, '....0 I/, AIN ABOUT ear ) pit home
he rolled consistent gamesof her first 200 games. Mary of the eagles, hawks and owls Ins ...,,1... flout, (vrlnt rU- Radio Road "under ._tuohon on .....
170, 175 and 174 for a 619 Bliss a new bowler who car- e eWOMEN'S .r worb/rap/ k"urOAKD > Wi.tr.*V*.nldd) App1Y'fNMr/i IIMf Illl 1411 iona. Cirale, in NAP>LCt SOUTH
are protected by Florida law OF ln, ..'t "...11 Oruit I/I I/ ItWtman with good lermt
series. Tom Thomas turnedIn ries only an 88 average also CHURCH bylaw of their ..111II111 con CPUNIV COMMItllONIDfM.r '' "' DOWN PAYMeNT 550e-
ttAU loTtana7aT: *ilii.ti tee eboul
u* allowxg
36-Wanted
WON LOST To
a 175 game, Joe Roodhousea came Inwlthherhlghestgames, trolling rodent and Insect pop *..H TeptL Clerk Most k* *bi:* I* lyp* ant k*** Buy credit for any metonry
Meier 109, 112 and 93-all over average Lutheran 27 13 Ir K W *..Ity plaaatnt phan* vale Apply InoarMn or olottrico PunnnS) .:::: you 4.I'i
177 George a 1'78. ulations and their Interest to D.puly Clerkict I Is Mt IWyatl at Ik* $.... 51o14upru01.. waned. do toward .Ike coil of year new
and Marge Thomas high for The Anchor Lounge took Holy Bowlers 28 14 the general public" H K.v 1. II, IH4 5 mPUIIC bail* News */'u*, I I/I tl Good 51.44.. .. ....1...., Pre M'WILLIAM
19 21 5,11 ,.. MUntanNN c. ,d I "ON' 'INC
the women rolled a 178 game all four from Baronl's First Trinity Morrison added that In some 145A54140U1554100 / to 11111 IfAuto. W.14...

and a nice 471 series. Splits National Bank took four from First Baptist 17 23 areas where hawks and owls I LINE 14-Help Wanted Mat II Tanlh!. tl rte Ml I 1711IMALL

Party Pantry and Ron and Jim's Saintly Sinners 16 24 LiTACUtHMINTA l>- For Sal.
were convened by Joe Palmer had been killed extensively the. pubis kurlnc will k* budY STATE

the 8-10 and the 2-lOj Hud TV took three from Becky's.WOMEN'S Christian Daffy's 18 25 quail population declined because Ik, ,* Curd ol County Coin I I Ik* Curlhou, Enl N.plMri. TOP OP.AOI UIIO CAPJIOLLICR rftyVl
Hudson 3-10lack LaCelle the 1. 110 IH IIi uf lurnithed Over IM Palm,
the rodents which sometimes (I tlwt A M TuM" y man lu years age
5 0 MEN'S CHURCH LEAGUE I[)-*""' ., a. IIM I* .*>n4t >ukkmni (' COUNTY ,IoM mMp $5vubs,, 5115, .Is.,.
2-10| and Bill Hyder the 6-10. eat quail eggs Increased I,. *l kulknM, .* Mn. In tm" Must bet high irhool 1 grldu.It. Price 171 MO, |t (KM dewn Own

CHURCH First Christian 281/2 81/2 when their natural controls .l li<.5s wild Ck.pl> ir JH, lcti. .nrtl tt. Good opportunity you MOTORS r 110401 Illat Av* North) Ml
17440 Bred
era eeeparale
S 5 WON LOST Bonlta Baptist II 231/2151/2 Itl rirf I'tlul' ** Tk. pre ., ... ..;: >
were nearly eliminated. In IN* f 14 art willing la work end L. ch. .1.5 undred* enM I /IS *.
Little in the Christian Plnheads 221/2 41/2 Trinity II 21 19 !I44t1511.. II T..* lit, J.n.; Chrytlr. *.1.II"'J':1: : LOOMINQ' lor iMTBA' INCOMtr .
standingsof
change Eagles hawks and owls are ......, ttnrttt Ittrn' fhr.rtr reference Llmiled, eupply I kedroom, I balhmain
the church leagues after Gutter Dusters 16 11 Bonlta Baptist 12 17 23 now becoming scarce In many A mae .r Duel' of INS. prpa .4nt rtrjulrvil. Rpit'l |tiillrallon .. For inle, eee "... Nad or keuee I kedroom, I bath
Dlablos 16 11 Naples Baptist IS 25 I, rn.. k* wniin4 .l ,too lic one ol ki" t ger .al5l.. Wood 1511 kau>a on eorner lot -
Tuesday night's bowling with the pans of the state, according to c* Ik* e"""ynt. **.m.,r 5. *T Ih* In your awn handwriting to fckryaler Plymouth -1Li.1{Iloop t eth kouaee aemplalaly fur
top teams remaining In the same Question Marks 9 18 Trinity 12 15 23 the Florida Audubon :""U of TrlCcunly lnlnrlna. with kvereired, 1415A. I Ieondil .,$5.d 4 klkt from Ike BeeaNConvenient :
Society ,n, ".pI.. .".*, lutlttf ..|$ O R 8 f!,n.r.l Hpllvtry, Na : ipm lo ekepping en*!
9
I l
Methodists 18 M104 H seas
spots. For the women Martha because of the widespread alteration I.. w4bin1 kourtBOAOO ple! .. 10.30 tf lllt ickool. ,t5kr*.11.10' ne,ghkerkoedj '
Mixed Ch rlst lans 81/2 1612MEN'S Of WO,pM,
Plercy really got to rolling of their habitat for COUNT T COMMISIIONgntItAl III,,,., /Nml,; met "00.511105L55111S
and turned in games of 169, ROCK 'N BOWLERS agricultural Industrial sic ) for etecdy work on ...,.. leland 41TruckTractors Ottt Virgil, MaraumNobl .
CHURCH Holland Salley 27 13 ....,..,.4 T ken Clerk. tee Mr Height 1 at MarcoItland WrightDEWEY
200 and 163 for a real fine housing development Nevertheless *y M W ***lly : : Ovipmni' Corp ef
532 series. Libby Treadwell Methodist 26 10 Jlmmle Glbba 27 13 Dpul Cl3tl lorb Men.. "..... Phone Ml CMC TRUCKS
the
Society pointed out tie POLLY
I II. lea I U IM4 5144 till Ml
hit a big 192 game and 434 First Christian 23 13 Caribbean Realty 26 14 dace birds attest will Del Ik* keel IrueU far your
continue
Methodist 12 19 IT Modern Masonry 23 11 ..,.,1....... ..11..... ,mm...bu *<."*y., M5LUFF REALTY
set and Margaret Rimes a 165 to live In what natural areas ,N 'H CIItCU" COUNT O' 'tc''WI Mua N N GMC INC
IT 19 Carousel Drive-In 22 18 CINlt111I ee.plofm.M: .
Charlie Rice rolled the Assorted Christians "" i- apran
game. are left to tern even when 411 Mk M NoHkTpmporery
First Presbyterian 11 19 Wonder Gardens 21 19 JlO'C.4l: ntf | loa* n5 partaalilir Opportumty .......... QN 0.rey r.lly' 55.04,5
only 600 of the league a 612 man Is present. If uninformed rOLLI. r: 'LO"D" t* fat* tkarfa >l *u.l- CtKner la Av5 N.. .M
Emmanuel Don's Liggett Rexall 20 20 IN CHANCCftlNO .ilia) *.'.'_" Nears Apply Tpmiemi trial
on games of 206, 201 and 206, persons dq not shoot hem( or NO till Mr Nun.I5...'.r M-Moblle Hornet Ml I 4111

with !Ken McConkey Wring s Lutheran 11 25 Imperial Pharmacy 12 28 disturb their nests In violation :, r/NN.. FARMS..,.,.,...INC,... iaatk H".. "Ml 1 NIIUe.. HCH'rWiin r.r-rnli. 7 k,III,iK.1

201 and 223 for a 564. Clifford Fuller Industries 12 28 of state law P11451451M lii.--i ;;iH2kvr ** Trailer. !<>' aie ,In Lake Perk Would. (........,
.. in e. ."k. I hear. ., renting lo raliakl tenant Ml
NITE OWLS Stone Builders 10 30 / jN,5I.1M." n pa".. I .'01 In
Krleckwas the sharpshoot OAilt 'n Ml" IIUI UI MIipari ., I 51144 tl/f tf
M PWPI'lJV.'I'frf y /Mrs TI ") r' ,1
the 6-7-10 Conditioned Air 24 12 IN1r.tlw., p n _______ _.____ ___u CoO Mt 1141} I
er as he convened olllf. .n4 ***** man wa.4a4. (ifpfaparty "" M Bedroom I both DNA O.,
split and won himself a free Naples Camera Shop83 13 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE : I I ON tlH kit Ills '< .!4,1. or Nut ............... an* Ian rage I Ten Air Conditioner' one
Ron & Jim's TV 21121412First .' Ina f ..*, unkiM.. k*>r.. Es, Map wrk Oo4 .' pat.d 45-Trailer* For Bent 0.*.. wether Purntehed or onfuroohed
game. ..... M.IM WMN... .M/<, ka *, CM Ml, i .:,1.i(.r *ap > III *** HI .lath Ave
5 National Bank 21 IS NOTICE, OP APPLICATION' FOR TAX DffD m'.5 M4 ... "'..". .' P*..'*. .,.'.* ..-m:"l 114 IM to Phone I 41/1 ins If
21 15 .J kr I*'**!" .Mar ,5 5551004 HMk-lrr.N root; -"afollaf T...1... |l Ml .... ..,th (SuTOier. tlvd Cooperelive'
The Conditioned Air foursome Anchor Lounge NOTICe II MIPJtBY OIVCN seal Jack D....., keldar of tko toMowinilee ,k* ."'** j*'>n':nl.. *54 ol il par M5-NM.1 T11Inad 'v |10.i). e... .r. .. < 01 Ipociou* jn* kdrenm operl
Becky's 18 18 certifieetee, .... trfed aa>d certificetee ,NN deed I* be .'5-... I M MTMf* .'."".... Op./l,5... an a real Hi' ...> 1.,1.i Mont with" eeraened porek ...
took over first place In The end ol Ike. <. 5101504. a y fwnpflicrK O 4
thereon certificate weueeee daecrlpitf ,1.
numkera yeeri n ... MU .. IM I* y 1114 It U Iu115 '.'t Jlf tot
the Nite Owls Tuesday Ingram Chevrolet 18 18 the property. end the name in wkwfc ..ead or* e* Inflow*. :,k. ", w ". .* /* w.. P.1..1-e 5 c. 14.51tn ll b./is. Coa, .."...

night u they won League four points RexaU Drugs 16 20 Certificate D...,,$.... *f Property Aeaeeeed I*. :1.,.4, u14>.*T.T kHkCin M...,..II.. of M Iud M N I *.MUI .4 l's! .**'"..
Chessers Wash- II .. IHl EM ol Sea .. tw tol Hoc** P ..."It....** le NAP-HI uLN ": '* lo5pow tee Chef. Napie" H ... orMonik
WN $. w.'JW; ol tw : I* Pl l lkrf 'l l.l" atki Club. /t7U >*ie<> Oar 5B-ioft For Sale
151/2 201/2 .
0-MM eta, unit 401111 Ml
1ft 4. Twp II ie if I ,.,.1 *. MS* I e' lk < NN.,5N
Slats or Ml I.|HI
Bank of Naples 15 21Pa.ty M of ISIS L. I Sit I Ir.II' I...'... (.. All...... M.r1...i C* of C041.14441 Del ... 15-SiUtHlp Wanted "' '.1a1JWd "'... L.pt6nty .

Pantry 14 22Baroni' ITsDCIIP5ing OP = rMtg1iCp1e.t1 kedroom witkin ep4.aempieiair.,.... 4....Niroiaked .... 14 **. .......
9 27 It fl IHl MM so N MHVI S.., II. A 1 M< trf 1 TIUf .I ...eII end .. 6 M Lv.., Rag Reel. taste
II I 045. Ml V LM<: ,N 7141AM5 6* IN* SLATE "Men a Clo1Npvin" time nlil D00 Tl g I fIN pa'week f jroker, 411 tth M No Neplo.

Ml tt INI lea II I'. H 0.rt I L.*.<'.4 MvMlMtMM. (", Til"oiFtNOANt Mae'C5l' "t I. .leern Interview e-. ry eve yetw Lma _. JiiLS I I I IIWJJ* fejTlffie 'fine ... den*
..... r.rktia ,o lflaj: and 5', afull M.ppS MM'O 14.. Ileaf it birlldNig. lit eevon block.

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.t, FU Th.r.d.y No.mb.r I, I"604 I

', : To Launch New Phase Developing In


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1 Mariner 3 Communist World Important



k w1 / An AP> News Analysis Better relations also mean
By HENRY >. BRAD0HER avoiding head-on collisions in

Late Today MOSCOW (AP) A. new underdeveloped world.
outlook
China has a different
phase of great Importance to
1 Its attitude toward the West
j.I j.
the rest of the world may be
hostile iii Internal
CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP) opening In Soriet-Chinese rela. remains ,
is economically dim.
' The Unlt 4 States prepared tlon, tuition
\ today to launch Mariner 3, a Moscow and Peking have quit cult, its policy: is one of stirring

robot explorer, on an Intended saying nasty things to each up trouble In the underderel.
C/iwnonth Journey to Mars to other Premier Chou Sn-lal is oped world.

take picture and collect scian leading a high-powered. Chinese
line data. A pow.rfUlIO.ltory. I team to Saturday's Revolution
tall Atlas Acena D rocket waet Day celebration in Moscow.
Bank
l
to blast off between 1dtpm.and But the Kremlin remains on Manager

3:17 p.m. to start the complex "the road to doom," Peking's
payload across ISO million milesof definition of the Soviet course Declares Burns
space for a brief encounter with toward a world Communist
the planet nnt July 17. rLESSON meeting. And national interestsof
I successful: the unmanned the two big Communist pow. Has No Account
VJB spacecraft will sweep within ers remain different.
8,600 miles of Mars and pro. There Is no sign of the radical: TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
Vide the first closeup Informs thinking that would be neces manager of the Bank of Nova
tlon ever obtained about the sary for a change in the Sovietor Scotia in the Bahamas reported
planet. Many astronomers be Chinese outlook toward other today that GOY...I.et Haydon
Have Mars harbors a basic form countries Burns does not and has not had

.w 6s.. of life, such at vegetationThe There is, however, aposstblli. an account there.
National Aeronautics and ty of agreement to handle So He made the statement in a
Space Administration said Mar. rlet-Chlnese differences In amore letter received by Florida Atty.
IN APPLIED (IVK'S( \' as \ tllc1I'l1h thi fourth, fifth and
n it
&
liter I will not be able to detect comradely fashion than Gen. James Kynes, who at
life but Is to gather Information sixth )grads Tius I la\ vet tli .. I ak, "I'.nk scliooldont ( us slit, tin<'I \lItlO! tin pr 'sii was done when Niklta Khru. Burns' request checked the elec

FIRST OVER THE LINE Th. First National Bank needed to design IUe>a0eklnir like then' pairiiU die! Adv UK. ". i",).,isti';itt,' i I' i '''lashed! .as u ell us alitel'lf' shchev led the Soviet Union His lion campaign report by Charles

of Naples is the first of Naples luisiru-ss organizations capsules which the United \ )mmm'! ''merit t tl! .1 tl" \ h'Joan ., ,,,1d, t III< II It ,' tll I ,,'uulidat'{ .'s iianu1 Mia ouster Oct. 14 by less excitable Holley, GOP nominee that

to report 100 per cut participation in the Slates hopes to land on Mars In .' I ldiui,:,JII'I'I i si\th pt i i i .li I n'01,1"i, I" i ,I"is II'' /II.1I\ ) I tin, piu) |<'('t 1. Result. men created the possibility.The Burns had 1.2 million In a

1964 Greater Naples/ I'nitcil l-uml Mis Ruth Col- 1969. of thy election: Johnson, 176 to 10<> lui \;,,hi II at I 1 ,Vijii| | 'i'nth as goes new Soviet leaders have secret account.
line, assistant cashier and (;J'oupl'I )K Captain ( left) Because Mars Is In a favor Lake rko goes the nation ( NEWS photo) indicated they intend to go Kynes had asked the Bahamas
hands Mrs Chick Elfmlink, 1It''It.taI'Y of the local ble position for a launching.. ahead with Khrushchev's plans officials for a report by the
from earth only one month out "for a meeting to prepare for a Nov. 3 election but didn't get It.
United Fund the
contributions by
( Ki\en every employee of each 29 and because of the world Communist conference, William Foster Ellis, the bank
of the bank The Umtid Fund drive opens Importance of collecting Infor. out tour other Negro candidateswere ; and then to hold the conference.But manager, reported today that

officially on November' 16.'Volveremos'r. matlon about the: planet for Negroes Gain OfficesIn defeated by Democrats.Most they are silent on his time "to the best of our knowledge

future shots, the space agency of the Negroes ran as i: table, Dec 15 and mld.1963 Mr. Haydon Burns has never
scheduled two Identical pay. Independents The new Soviet leadership has had any dealings with us direct
loads for firing In the present gone out of its way to proclaim ly or Indirectly does not main
Slogan Of November favorable period. Election Negroes also picked up more a desire for Improved, peaceful tain an account with us now and
Mariner 4 Is being readied on Tuesday's seats in legislatures In Indiana relations with the West. Such has not maintained one at anytime

an adjoining launch pad. Its Oklahoma Georgia, California relations are a natural develop in the past.
firing date, possibly as early at New York and Massachusetts.They ment of the drive to better eco. "In observance of our normal
Cuban In U.S.MIAMI nut week will be determinedafter CHICAGO (AP) Negroes ally of Mississippi, was electedwon also reelected incumbents nomic conditions at home and to 'banking procedures, this Infor
Refugees analysis of early result seats In lour state legtsla.to the Tennessee Assembly In Washington Ohio, Arizona avoid mutually destructive nu. ;matlon Is being divulged with
from Mariner I.Romney. *lures for the first time In Tues. James C. Flanigan trailed and Nebraska. clear war. I the permission of Mr. Burns."
day's elections and scored gains three other candidates but
Fla (AP) "Vol. overthrow regardless of the In other state and local contests, captured the last of four vacan.,. -
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veremos" is the militant sloganof situation Inside Cuba. Forty: percent an Associated Press survey del for the poet of district court R
thousands of refugees who would return when there hows Judge In Colorado. He ousted a
pine for Cuba without Fidel was evidence of political ..tabm.ty Calls They also gained at least 10 Republican Incumbent In the

Castro and economic prospects. seats In legislatures of 10 states eight-man race. OPIG S '--- -
The Spanish word means Another 20 per cent would go where Negroes had previously In Macon County Ala., Dr
simply "We will return," Exiles back only when they could obtain served. Charles Gomilllon was elected
shout "Volvercmosl" at antl. In Cuba an income similar For Top Level There were also these firsts; to the county Board of Educa.

Castro rallf.s. They paste It on to what they are getting now. Tennessee First Negro tlon, William C. Allen and Wll.
windows of their American cars "Ten per cent, with residence member of the General Assem.llam Chllds won Justice of the
and apartments now in this and other countries, bly since the Reconstruction era peace posts, and the Rev. V A.
'We will go back when Castro would not return" GOP Meeting after the Civil War Edwards, won a seat on the
falls," 270,000 exiles tell each Exiled Cuban Supreme Court New Jersey First Negro Board of Revenue, governing Invites/ You To A

other as they get jobs, start Justice Francisco Alabau assemblyman from outside the body of the county Negroes
businesses, learn English, wed Trifles said he believed that Newark area. outnumber whites in the county
and buy homes in their land of neither marriage, Job., property Colorado First Negro dls.'
refuge ownership nor other stateside tl ct Juu.... SPECIAL FALL SALENOVEMBER
But Castro already has weath. developments would deter more : Alabama First Negroes
red nearly sit turbulent years than 10 per cent of the refugees elected to four county offices In
in power. from going back to Cuba U they f Macon County. FightingIn
The Cuban Economists Asio could. And he said the remain S r; The highest ranking Negro 5-6
elation In Exile feels that the ing tenth probably: would drift seeking reelection, RepublicanAtty
return of the majority of the back graduallyLike Gen Edward W. Brooke of
refugees will be delayed at many of their comp Massachusetts, piled up a 2.1 BoliviaContinues
best nuts, Alvarea Dias and Alabaj I margin over Democratic Slate

The association recently Inter. Trelles reject the idea that Ca e. A ,W n Sen. James W Hennlgan, who Is
viewed exiles In the United tro can last. Both agreed however white.

States, host to most; Latin that even U Fidel wen Brooke did not endorse Re
America and Spain.Dr. whisked from the scene tailor publican Barry Goldwater for
Jose Alvares Dlat ".0. row, returning exiles would president.
have to with economic and LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP)-Fight.
elation president and former cope Most of the winning Negroesran
Cuban treasury: minister, re political chaos In rebuilding ai Democrats, some asindependents. Inc continued In La Par Wednes.
their country day night as militia units loyal
ported these conclusions: ; @)
"About 90 per cent want to What do rank-and-fllt refu. Negroes elected to state legls to deposed President Victor Pat
return to their homelandBut gees see ahead for themstlvei lalures that had been all.whlte Estenssoro resisted the nation's
from the survey "We In relation to Cuba Included: I new military regime.

reach the conclusion that only Three who were queried havi .Two members of the Iowa Seven persons were reported
30 per cent of them would go bam through the exile mill b* fj House of Representative. I killed and SO Injured as air force
fore. Andrea Ramon FernandeiDiai I planes attacked buildings occu.pled .
immediately upon Castro's -A state senator in Delaware
49, a diesel mechuilCjMario ; nit) one In Kajiias. I by police and strafed mill
Masslp, 4S, a labor union; Gov, George Romney Three members of the Okla. t tlamen on a hill near the capl.
official and Manuel Gonialei I tal.t Students and workers also wkt4o'ot1APPLIANCES
; LANSING, Mich. (AP) homa House of Representatives.
STOP AT THIS SIGNAHDSHVEON Ramos, 42, a bus driver, fled I Michigan Guv George Romney Taking seats for the first time the attacked police.: the buildings held b)
Miami exile from the Fulgtmclo
Into
In the Iowa Legislature will be
suggested by telegram today
Paz 17 who became presl.
Batista regime In tin that the Republican Mil Willie Stevenson Glanton ,
governors
1930s AU hustled happily back 1 dent: when a popular uprising
meet In early December to do. of Des Moines and James Jack. :
VACATIONEXPENSES to Cuba on Castro's takeover, threw out a military Junta in
son of Waterloo Both are Dem
ermine how to help broaden
and all trekked back to Miami[t ocratl ]19S2 1 fled with his family and
and j
disillusioned with Castro. unify the party. I aides to Peru In a Bolivian mill
In a wire to Gov. Robert E. Herman N. Holloway, former
"When Castro falls 1 hope to I |tary: plane.He .
be there," Fernanda DU laid., mylle of Idaho chairman ot state representative, becamethe told newsmen in Lima his r
"1 want to help In the recon.struct .' the Republican Governors' As. first Negro elected to Dela. rice\ president Air Force Gen.
sedation, Romney said such a ware's Senate. He Is from Wile blame
ion of my country i imlngton Gene: Barrlentos was to
Golden CaGN Masslp said, "When Fidelgoes 1 I meeting "would be an extreme. and a Democrat tor j the coup.
down, I hope to be In Cub 1 I ly useful thing to determining In Oklahoma, E. Melvin Porter "He wanted to be president sole
how we can contribute a* I an official: of the National and
i rounded air force
R and be one of the Cubans who' up
Irrwp.
1110NNERE overthrow him." Association tor the Advance irmy i support and overthrewme tmQt'ntwiNtllEfRjGERATpRS
Romney'a overwhelming re. ment of Colored People In Okla i ," Pat said. "1 still have the WCtWWHJULPOOL
election victory Tuesday. in fact home City won a seat in the support i of mv people."
uf President Johnson's landslidee state Senate while John
B.
Par said the
HomeContinued head at Bolivia's
Nursing has him In the GOP national
put White, Archibald mil and Curtis
,new military Junta, Gen, ..'r..
spotlight.The L Lawton were elected to the ?
( from page 1)) lo Obando CaneUa, 1s the best
told newt
a ,
governor House of Representatives Law.
of the lot. He not mixed
was
up
with doctors and all 1 conference In his Michigan Cap. Is
cooperate ton from Tulsa and the other ,with the others but Bjinentosvlll WASHIRS
,
Interested itol office that t he had talked byi two from Oklahoma City, Both doubtless i ,
try to IC
me
>
George Lowe, stating that h i I telephone with Gov. Nelson A. cities received Increased repre "
represented Dewey Polly, chair,, Rockefeller of New York and sentatlon in legislature. after I president Obando one Is way'ommIIel oi another, of DRYERS DHyiR

Golden Gate Guest man of the Collier County Com. Gov. William Scranton of Fenn. reapportlonment this fall i Bolivia's armed ton"e>. He told
mission said the county board I Is i I sylvanla ut we did not dls. A. W Willis, a Memphis, he nation the Junta will t h'ldOw.r

Interested In building a home, cuss any meeting or actions Tenn, lawyer who had repre. .' as briefly as lrs5U!''u' and COMBINATIONS HOODS, DRONN UNITS
Vern Duncklee, other than this meeting of Re. sented
representing t: James Meredith in his
,
rill hold else
U pi'lncitist ''J'oil i sew west t new "II'
Assembly Homes, stated that hllcU.nt i, publican wr.rnore." legal battle to enter the ulvtr.
yc den "" CII./I:
would be .
interestedbuilding
In i i i
Withe" it I, J11 H"I J!'"'' i ii
a nursing home for the i
Dodge! H"I'IP"I I .ter I mr''
community and would cooperateIn >I Gen Jungee.Continued .
that! tiding( see |,It, ind itJIlOA '
every way possible.
p"\" that ale y"uKll
Physicians attending the meet. ( from page 1) FREE !
i cldtn (alt guest!
lug and expressing themselves on
the need of a nursing home la. Ids Sun Clumber of Commer
FREE GASOLINE eluded Dr. Louis Moore, Dr. ce, member of Naples Chami OpEHtWGEl $25 HAMMOND

FREE FLORIDA ORANGES Ethel Trygstad secretary ot the i I bar of Commerce and many eA"w WORLD ATLAS
Collier County Medical Assoc) other Civic group

FREE TRADING STAMPS at Ion, and Dr. I, C. Garland,for. At the present time General NOVEMBER 6 A. ......'.11, Iwe/ eat /rlly
president of theassoi'latlon. IIItJSf..te4 mfer.eee ,,
mar > Jung" It Managing Director of FRIDAY .4i. -
e FREE FISHING Strong stated this morning ni 1 ,i... rill e'en wlila.e. ehafieea
Golden Estate having
N', lUOlNG' BAIT ANn TACKI.il Gees ..
he hoped within a few days to an. I ,.Je. ...
come to Naples In 1963 after the
C FREE AUTO TOUR nounre the names of the steering for
I IIIf MOO(*'" (It .ANT" committee which will undertake; miring from die U.AJp.wUh
NAMES' rl OeiCAi' 11 of service.
a study of the project. years
e FREE PRIVATE lk also pointed out that the, C J. Copley, vice president 1964.1965 Season FREE REFRESHMENTS

PLANE RIDEI need for this community 11 for and eenerslchalrmanofGnatl .
I MAI' .AT., a borne which will not 1)11ar., e i .r Naples United Fund old he
'
j \ for Indigent ,clients, hut iiso i U delighted dlIIJlqwUIMrveat e LOTS OF EARLY BIRD SPECIALS TOO

for those who are able to i I'ay a\ Honorary Chairman for this
reasonably moderate fee i ttlI rCHICK year1 drive. /
STOP AT tHK are. .

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