The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Final Report Of Ford Hit

Parking Committee

The off.street parking committee submitted Its final re 5 c
port Wednesday to City Council, and this 1* the text d Strike

that repots.The k By
future need for additional off-street parking In N a.
pies Is directly related to the rate of growth of the City
and Its environs; and equally affected toy the changing
trends of living and shopping habits of Its people and via -
ita,.. DETROIT!: LAP) The United At the St Louts assembly
This portion of this committee's work is focused on Auto Workers Union struck nine plant, a sti: Ike deadline of 11
some of the causes and effects, as well as recommended key Ford Co. plants today over a.m. Monday was set A Ford
Council actions, concerning a parking plan for the future. unsettled local agreementsThe spokesman said, "They apparently .
First let us have a brief look at the present parking alt. UAW shut down four weiu w < lpse to agree
uatlon. The previous recommendation from this committeehas assembly plants, two stamping ment they decided to put off
devised a 1964 parking plan. In the Fifth Avenue shop plants and three parts man il."" I strike luthorir.a.
I ping area this will provide the following parking situation: turin, plants as some I. ( said it had
Total marked designated or metered spaces: 913. hourly employes walked I" UU"fI11"fli. .' I damp
Planned for parking meters in 19S4t 23 per cent. Ford said strikes at the a f. rd, Ohio but
On private property, but committed for public parking: DIRECTING UNITED FIND ampaijrn! activities in Irnmokalee are W G bly plants cut the comp : the unit reached local agree

31 per cent. Price left PI't'' ldl'nt of th E.mk: of EI, I .Tufts. wk. "I ,'h 111'111/1'/ ] Mrs A B, dally auto production about ment this morning
Free unmetered spaces, In conveniently located area: Curry secretary and Tom Rosbough n tip'l hUII'111a11 iins us On tint 18 per cent and truck productionby Ford has about 180,000

31 per c.nt.Needed year that Immokaloe, has form, d I an org.mi/atnm, ,in assist in th< annual drive" about 34 per cent. production workers and a totalof
dally for management and employee parking: If the strike continues at the 90 bargaining units around
42 per cent. company's parts plants, a the country In recent weeks the
Note that under our past practices, private business spokesman said, this would company's 1? assembly plants
Interests In this area have not themselves provided enough affect auto production at other have been producing about 10,.
parking spaces to serve the dally needs of their own ten. Illllllfk.lle At Work assembly plants. 000 ears and 1,800 trucks a day.
ants and employees. Ford had an estimated 3!
selling days' supply of cars and TRIED HARD
NOT ACUTE NOW a 38 selling days' supply of
The Third Street shopping area does not have an acute trucks on hand. Malcolm L. Ford and the lAW reached
parking problem at this time. There Is however a traffic For Bigger: ITiiUeri Fund Denies, Ford vice president and tentative agreement Blt t. 18 on
flow problem at the height of the winter season. This Is chief negotiator aaidi "The a new three-year national labor
caused not only by the customers of the exclusive shopsIn .- strikes called this morning agreement Today's strikes
the area, but also by sightseeing tourists attracted to against Ford Motor Co. are came over local contracts which
With the appointment of Tony The appointment of Rosboughas dent of Tony's Popper House,
the area. Aggravating the problem even In summer sea completely unnecessary supplement the national pact
chairman of the Im. chairman of the 1m. director of the Dank of Ever-
Rosbough u campaign
tenants and "In most of these local and generally
son, Is the on.street parking habits of the em nego. cover aUhe-plant
ployees of the area who use the nearby choice customer mokalee United Fund Campaign mokalee United Fund brings to glades, director of the LakeShore Nations which have failed to working conditions
parking spaces.Craylon committee, W. G. Price, cochairman the campaign a man who has Growers Co-op of Dells produce settlement he union Is Venue said "We have
and Mrs A. B.Curry, long been known as "Mr. 1m. Glade-lmmokalee Branch and
Cove shopping area will not have a parking seeking concessions from the worked diligently with the UAW
.I' problem In the foreseeable future. Changing trends In the U secretary, Immokalee Joins mokalee". As one of the most many other civic activities company that would restrict Its ..to settle hundreds of unre
with Everglades and Naples In successful farmers tn the slanted to the growth and development to the effl. solved issues of which
future may require a different viewpoint In this and other right manage plants -many
areas helping achieve the 1984 United Immokalee arm, Rosbough was of Immokalee .lenity" should not even be on the bar
Some of the factors which may be expected to Influencethe Fund goal by participating in a selected as "Farmwr of the Working with Rosbough co. The strikes today shut down gaining table
future need for off-street parking are as follows Joint campaign that starts Year" In IM. and presently chairman is W. 0. Price Asa assembly plants at Louisville, "We have brought to the local
1, Increase In tourism as our principal industry Stud. November 18. Includes In his ,activities presl.C past i president of Ie County Ky., and Dallas, Teal truck bargaining tables In the plants
At a recent meeting held In United Fund, Price brings a and auto that have struck this
tea by state and t.derallOurcel indicate accelerated growth assembly units at morning
of tourism In southwest Florida. One of the most useful the Naples United lund offices, wealth of experience to the 1m. Wayne, Rich,, and manufacturing the lame reasonable approach
Rosbough, Price and Mrs. Cum mokalee amnatgn. Ills activities at that resulted. tn national
attractions that we can provide for the visitor is adequateand plants YpsUantl and a
met with E. George Rogers, In Immokalee are many fold. Mich Sheffield Ala. and In
conveniently located parking facilities. Sterling, agreement agreement
2. Final development of presently toned but vacant lots George Powell and C. J. Copier Presently the president of the Chicago Heights, 01, and Buf the (rest majority of our local
of the local Organization and Bank of Everglades Price's artt. falo N.Y. plant llsiJ x .."
along Fifth Avenue Couth and Third Street. The present peg
worked out the details vales include preaidaAoy of the, .
of ordinance of a '. '
minimum parking requirements the Coning : .;, 'lHere's
k ImmofcareeHflhkmber Corn
will not provide sufficient parking space to serve these prospective county campaign B ro
will was agreed that Immokalee would ?4 mer e, financial chairman of the
areas. Additional off-street parking have to be pro
vided. carry Its own administrativework Bunnrland Roy Scoots, deacon of
3. Changes In land use of the area should remain under for the campaign and set ( the First Baittst Church, mem.
its own goal bet <>l the Collier County Fire Final Count
and flexible
surveillance, the parking plan made to complywith
Prevention Commission and
changing needs. serves on the Agrt< ultura! Ad. f I
4. Growth of suburban areas. It Is expected that new a
areas will provide neighborhood shopping facilities. Bank. vtsory Committee of Collier
ing, professional offices, exclusive shops, distinctive rest 3 Accidents ounty. lie U also s member On County's BallotingCounty
lit editor
aureole, and other things will continue to attract the the County Marketing
suburbanite to the downtown ar... We therefore deduct mmlttee. on Agriculture Price
that In total analysis the demands of suburb slam finds time to art as Programtuirroan
growing > officials finished per cent cast! ballots in personor
for the local P, T. A.
will additional In the
require parking spaces Naples
.r... Keep Serving In the capacity of the tedious Job of tabulating by absentee method.11111
se retary of the Immokalee 362 absentee ballots at 6 turnout U a record high for

SEEK LEGAL MEANS united Fund, Mrs. A3, Curry p.m. Thursday and official returns the county numerically and, it
To execute finances and administer the parking planwe Police Busy Is also prominent In the civic for TlllUcUy"pnlrll.l. is believed, percentigewtae u
must first provide a legal means of doing so. The affuirs of her town. Wife of action then were announced. well
Florida law provide such a vehicle under Chapter 113 a prominent watermelon Republican gubernatorial
of the Florida statutes.RECOMMENDATION. Six-year-old John Porter, of orange' grower, Mrs Curry hopeful Charles I Tolla y apparently FINAL COUNT
lit The City of Naples shall place 178 20th Ave. S., was struck sei see U current. president of carried Collier County Her, are fln.I..lUmalneon.

Into effect the provisions of Chapter 183 F. 8. providing by a car on Third Street,South, the tmmokalee Women's Club, by two votes O"er Democrat ,sted flees t Preslilent.Cold-
for the Issuance and sale of revenue bonds for the and has been active for over
pur. and 12th Avenue, South, driven six years in the local P.T.A. Hayden Hums, who was elec wiser 9,581, Johnson 2.8T7j
of lands recommended for from
acquiring purchase
pose Gilbert Newton. 191)) Senate Holland 1,368: Kirk 2,
by Wayne ted. Final Itol- ,
time to time In areas in business district that suffer J. COPLEY organization +nd .is a member returns gsve
from Inadequate parking facilities. Fifth Street, South around 4 of the eholr at the Immolulee lay 2.W7 votes and punts 3, JfOj Congress, Rogers 3,731,

Chapter 113 does not permit any taxation by the City o'clock yesterday afternoon. Baptist CSiurch.Commenting. 928. Steele 1,783 Governor, Hollsy
but provides that all obligations Incurred by sale of bonds X-ray. were taken by I local United Fund'sKickoff kpon the pertlet.potion Election-night: totals gave 2, W7, Duma 2ttlttbasic. of
shall be paid for from the revenues derived therefrom, physician and he was subsequently of .mmi>klec In the Nai>lee Holley the nod by 87 votes, but peace salary raUe. favorable
which will be from parking meters. both on city streets released to his par- LunchNovember United Fund Campaign, C. 3. canvassers discovered a 100- 1,460 against 1,945.EteciIonnight .
and on city-owned parking lots. ems when no serious Injuries Copley, chairman ,of the local vote error In Hums' favor In totals were altered .
It should also be noted that revenue bond Issued under were found. Newton was Campaign, Midi ""11 eollabo. Precinct& 13. Motley took the not only by absentee ballots .
this chapter would become saleable at a lower tiered driving north on Third at the 13th ration of Immokalee U not only lead again when he received but by a few errors In
rate and a higher price U a portion of the cigarette tax of mijor ImporUiwe meeting
when that dlacovered
dm of the accident young 138 absentee ballots and Duma precinct reports were
were to be pledged to augment the revenues; such pledgeto Announcement was made todayby the IMS requirements ef the In
come Into effect only U the revenuetell below the amount Porter ran across: the street C. I. CopJ< campaign chair. several &Canr lea supported/ by got 113. by canvassers. .
anticipated In the bonding ordinance In from of the car to greet a man for the Greater Naples the United (wi, but marks a AI. other: contests were decided precinct 13, iHirns! and Secretary

It is the opinion d this committee that the City Council friend. United Fund, that the "kick-off" moat destr'i elei' expanding. by substantial margins of State Tom Adams who
should have drawn I local bill to be presented to the Legislature Officer Carl Young Investigated Luncheon to inaugurate the IM4UF the United >"J' v. work to a <>f < illicr Count ,.G registered war runting 1J/'IOf'PCId.ach
for enactment In April 1993, providing for a special the accident for Naples Campaign will be held In the ounty.wde baste voters, e,6n6 or n.4 (ronltsued ee page I)

taxing district, the boundaries of said district to be setout police. Nochsrgeawereplacedagainst : auditorium ef II.>e Cove Congressbut .. .' --- .__ _. ._ 11I. _
by City Council and the annual mtllage to be ..ltabUlb.ed the driver of the car member II, from --- -- ---
by City Council. A few minutes earlier In the 12 noon unit I Ids p.m. .rw '
afternoon Sgt. Jack: Bliss and In commenting on luncheon W 'F'FW

GIVES LATITUDE TO CITY Young were called to !Investigate details, Coplr emphasized that
Said bill should be so drawn that the overall limitations an accident: on Tenth Street all volunteer orkers, captains
as to districts would be the corporate boundaries of the South where s car had crash and chairmen ire Invited to be
City of Naples, giving to the City the latitude to establish Into bushes and shrubs front present as gods of nine Naplee
various districts within the city that would encompass those business org, (undone who ant
areas, namely business districts, that would be peculiarly of the Corbui'Llndabury store.They sponsoring the luncheon to add
to need of off-street parking; and the fund derived from found S car driven by it I n" their I a.*ual con.
any one district would be spent solely within that district Mrs. Thelms w.tJdna. 411 Irlbutkns, flees business eon
and not to benefit a new district established at a later Tenth Ave. J., had stalled on terns scat Ad Miller Associates,
date by the Council U the need arose 10th Street. A/tergetting! someone The bank of 'pies, The Collier v
It Is further recommended the funds derived there to push her and start the Development I orporattmi, First v
from be used ton car she lost control of it when Florida Resource Corporation, '
1. Acquisition d future sites. the brakes and steering apparatus The First National Bank of F t y iaw _.
2. Construction of future sites Naples nor! Light ad Power
1. Maintenance all off-street parking within Uw tax. failed to operate. Gompaaf Graf America LandDevelopment F
Mrs. LtllUa Huesa, 269 llthAve.
log district orperttloii, The
.. S. was charged with fail i InterrttXMty Telephone Company. Li.
a supplement to the Income provided for by Chapter r.
lac/.FAa. an yield the right of way and The Moor''r.,., Inn.
This added cushion will of course make any revenue / an accident early yes- flare eon* KX guests are
bonds issued by the City pursuant to Chapter 113 more terdsy morning he Intersection exported to .ttent It la re.
readily saleable at better overall terms for the city. of Third Avenue North queeted Mat ......te. ef .It..-
K is not proposed that this district be administered by and Tenth Street. North. dance be _)n.l tU4 te VF Head
any body other thin City Council and that it will have Eager* Main 1240 Tenth quarters sot i .<" UNM We4nes,

the sole power d Including the property to be taxed and Ave. N.. was driving south on dsy taste, h"Mfcer II, by the
the rate of sewage therefor. efcalroee of t.. several workta .
Tenth Street and Mrs. Moans
( dMstonsetved.\ .
was going west on Third Avenue .
"* la-Hted
SET MAXIMUM MILLACfB Otters on fuett
Is felt however by this Committee that the Ul aa at the time of me cottlalon, I&R..I 'J'4 Frees, representatjeee -
draws should eontala a naxtaura mlllage thai could be according to police reports "i <1'\It Meetes a.rIMS 0
levied U any one year by City Council. The exact amount Damage was estimated at 1300to *!!*; in I. ted Feet. sup.port .
of this milage Is, of course, mailer d Council determlo.etloB. Mrs. Hussa's. car end at noo KM***. ef the VM.4 sj1Iw.t
Bat U U the feeling cs this committee that !. M toMaaVs.Set. fad teaM .... a '* e t>o"represent.
event should the rate exceed five mills 1st say fiscal year BUts made the Investigation. .* 'ne ttHrte High ,
and that very probably the maximum amount that ever would Set*** e4. There U also a
be seeded would eat exceed two mills ape he*"' 4e greet Bat of "i for

VARX2KG PLAXi FlMAdag. Fonts sow are on load set&eMcivtr otters e< Mattes.Ime .
complete the 1M4 perking recommendaUoM of phase to I 1 ofca>.e be represented r, I II i r .c; hats end wigs, this group ls pre; a, m. for the Junior
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report Additional will be seeded br e
meters as each
the program outlUed below U ImpleoieBied. lam step. tbertcDpbont.John < lf HndKea Hair

eterUc of the parkinf are alone the writ side of C... DllYCn IXZNif 'rlMo C.nl. ::.n.UJ mete edr ..., 'I. ( ted ) Mr*. Julius Least' v t."hard Jentzich.MM .
bier Park, along vest side of Third Street from BroadCee.tteeti lX/lm/ fOU.IZITIIMDKTIt. '" geirdee. M .e eBW.wMh M I I A. W Deason and daug) I\h'u. See tory.
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2 COUIH COUNTY NEWS. We., November
Neplei Friday. 4, IH4

Vatican Sends Veteran I Medical .Aid and Hope for MalaysiaThis ',. f:1Tom I[ Pope Toms At Church Attend YOUR CHURCH


Diplomat As UN ObserverUNITED r bP CITY (AP) To

the sound of African torn toms,
NATIONS, N.Y. Describing the VatlcaV posl. Pope Paul VI today attendedthe Cvifford Rood I U.S.I
(AP) The Vatican' first: lion, II Ifr. Olovaimettl said Vatican Ecumenical Coun.I ono mile oart oJ the.
permanent observer to the Unit. "we are like Switzerland, help. I, 'U He told the worldwide pub. CENTRAL County Cowthouto.
ed Nation 1* a veteran diplomat .,, lag to further the activities of [ ertng of prelates he hoped the BAPTIST CHURCH I. C. 'uelyd. f..ror
who lo describes himself the United Nation but not as a I entire Roman Catholic Cherehg 750 Seagate Drive. SUNDAY SERVICES
a* "an expect on the Holy See In i member state because we do g would share In missionary ac. North. N.pIM Kblo School. 10:00 OJn.Morning .

World War u." not want to become politically d tlvlly Her. 0 McCWhm. f"'0' Worship I MAO ......
The Rt. Rn. Alberto Glovan.nettl ., involved" A Mass celebrated la the 'Sandy" Sanlca Training Sontco 7.00 ,.....

a cheerful Roman, arrived "In any event" be added "as | Ethiopian rite opened the sew Suffer School| | 10 ..*. Evening Wonhip I.-OO: p.m.
recently a. the CatholicCllurch' 1 Pope Plus XQ said, atho11C1are I lion in St. Peter's. Student Wnk!, Srrk I M I *..... WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE
resident observer, the best suited to under. j priests from Rome's Ethiopian tibU' CI.n" MO *,"<. Ibis Study and
tallowing a personal audience stand the universality of the J College beat drums clashed
s..lu 7:30 ,..... Prayer, Service tilt pjn.
with Pope Paul VI. United Nations'." I cymbals, clapped their bands I..1nq .
In an' Interview, the Bl.year. Msgr. Glovannettl began his : { and sang u the Pope and more Chair pjn.JEHOVAH'S

old representative of the Vail mission to the United Nations i than 2,000 council fathers fol. CHURCH OF CHRIST WITNESSES
can state made these point where he was the Vatican' t lowed the Mass.Educator.
'-It is not likely that the Vatl. representative to the U.N. trade T.m!.nl Trifl .. 14th A., N.. Kingdom Mall 107th& Avenue
can will take the final step toward -; and development conference ".rI.. Wkortm II. Mi*
becoming a member of Msgr. Glovannettl said he saw Sundtyliblt Study Wednoiday, 1 pjn.Minliter .
the United Nations his primary duties u "report. I Claims Study 10 <-m.Mernint School Friday 7:30 p.m.
-The role of his mission I*1 lag to the Vatican and following : Wortkip II *..... Service Mating Friday 1:30 p.m.
nonpolitical He will spend most closely those activities of the Off-Beat Thinkers Ewninq W..hlp 7)0: >..m.llblo Public ...44.... Sunday 1:10 p.m.
of his time working with the United Nations concerned with W.4".y. Watch T.." Study S..... ':45 p.m.
U.N. social and humanitarian discrimination, protection of If a view of an aborigine village In Mslayil M tern from a Malaysian Air Force Often CreativeLITTLE Study 7:30 p.m,

Interests in field where the minorities and especially the helicopter carrying a Medico physician. It If one of dozen in the area. ROCK, Ark. (AP) NAPLES PARK

Church traditionally has been problems of the developing Dr. Rodney Tlllman head of the CHURCH OF GOD BAPTIST CHURCH
active countries" National Education R... Mario 1. rVacnorSunday
The Vatican named a permanent .1 Msgr. Glovannettl who i tlon's department of elementary Assocla. C.... I Oth St. I I llth A..., No.tv. School 10 a.m.
observer at this time David tenierSundty Worship II
speaks French German ancIEneU.h education says offbeat thinkersare Morning a.m.
"because since the time of the u weU a* Italian has often creative and should be.ncourared. School. t:4S: a.m. Evening Wonhip 7:10 p.m.
late Pope John nan the written a number of book In. Morning Wenhip II ..m Preyer Moating W.... 7:30 ,.....
Church ha become more Internationally *1 eluding "The Vatican in the to In a speech to the Arkansas Evengalittit Service 7:30: p."' .
minded. War." "Rome Oven City" and r i k Education Association's conven. Tuttday Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m, ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC '
The Vatican mission Is the "The Red Book of the Persecut. t tlon Thursday Tlllman reported Thunday YPE 7:30 p.m.EMMANUELLUTHERAN. 3rd St. t 10th. Are. So.
sixth to represent a nonmemberstate ed Church" the last concernedwith east on an experiment In which a Fornar Itmerrf L Hicl.pSunday ,
at the United Nations on a of of Meiiei ','.10-11
postwar oppression S. I photograph a smiling air. rW..ys
permanent basis. The other are ,Catholicism. 7 a.m. enlyCenfeuiom
plane with
vj passenger a faraway
West Germany South Viet CHURCH OF NAPLES
look on his face was shown to : Saturday
Nam, South Korea, Monaco and (L.C.A.) end 7 I .
elementary school pupils. Most 4 to I "' to pjn.Sundey
Switzerland. Drive Carefully And Live pupils, said the Minneapolis Mooring line t Rev Line 0,. School t a.m.

--- educator Interpreted the pic. In The Meeringi Confraternity Clan ofChriitien
D,. HeJo.d D. ,..... PetforSundey
A"... the Specie! ttudlM o g y' 1'r tare thuslyt "He Is returning DechineMudeys
School ......
Continuing Thee Sunday' at 10:M AM A I from a successful business t et 7:10 pm.TRINITY.BY.THE.COVE.
In thi Hole School of IK. trip." Church Service 10:30: ..Ift.

But, said Tlllman the most

GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH -.-..--_ 'U 1 i ti. ._t ...-- _.,.e_. ''-.:.1 "..1.. .,. _. '....S_I creative pupil said "He 1s re EAST NAPLESBAPTIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH

"MODERN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS COMPARED Aborigines visit I Medico This girl Is being trained by Aborigine In tribal finery Is turning from Reno where he has CHURCH Port Royal
hospital In Gombak. Malay- Medico InInldwlfereyShe'll one of several who Just divorced his wife." 70 *... ciW; 7. Limbed
.. .
WITH 5k. .l. A. .. E.al. N..lal
FUNDAMENTAL CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES" ala, for examination. aid physicians minor Injuries./ .... 1.Ihrrye, fairer Sunday Servlcet
-- Holy Communion 1.00 a.m.

f. EVOLUTION Medico doctor borne fc, helicopter an speeding regular medical can to the 45,000 aborig Green Sunday School Sunday 10.00 ...... Church School and.
Morning' Worehlp, II:00 AM. Len who lie In Malajtit/i' dente jungle The jungle( doctors, sponsored by the medical .Morning. Worship 11:00: a.m. Family Service ':IS ......

.. Cullford Read and U. 8. 41 branch of CARE, fly tick and injured tribesmen from their shacks to one of two hospltoli. Mrs Bonnie L. Green, 71, Training Union 7:00 p.m.Evoning Morning .y.. and. Sermon 1 II 1 a.m.Wadnetday .

One Mile East of The County Courthouse The mission also train the aborigine to cart for his own people. of Bonlts Springs, died Thurs- Worthip 1:00: p.m. ,

day evening at Naples Com- Wodnotday Holy Communion t JO ......

munity Hospital A native ofCoalmont Mid W.,. Prayor S.r.ic. 7:30 p..... Holy Dept Communion et S ......

Ind., she had been Adult Choir Practica 1.11 p.m.
Boy Learns About a resident of Donlta Springs IN THE AREA
for the 13
past years
Political CareerNEW She Is survived by her husband FIRST ASSEMBLYOF RONITA SPRINGS

Yo" Arc: CorJa/w lnviteJ RICHMOND Wls. CAP) Ray E. Green of Gonlta Shadovlawn A.COD., E. Naplai' ASSEMBLY It... Rore.d OF J...GOD. f \
Seven.yearold Kirk LlndeU Springs a daughter/ ,Mrs.Anita *...
I. W. William, ,o/or Sunday School 10 ......
asked his father at breakfastThursday G. De Moss of Del Mar. Call!.
Sunday School t 41
a.m. Morning Worship 1 II 1 a.m.
cal how to begin a polltl. three sons, George and Edgarof Morning Worship 7:30: p.m. Evening Santo 7:30: p.....
career. Llnton Ind., and Alfred, of Youth Sorvico Tu... 7:30
at p.m. Prayer Meeting Wad. 7:30 p.m.
Service Start with a local office such
Richer Roofing AllcJ ,
: to I 'Churcf1 Stamford. Conn. "Mid.Waat Sarvica Thurtday.
POM Ml I4SS1 Meptoe t c U Llndell.dogcatcher, replied Dr. A.L. Mrs. Green also leaves a .7:10: p.m. CHOKOLOSKEE

Sunshine Hardware The subject was dropped untila sister Mrs Naomi Eldridge of CHURCH OF GOD

"Your cM.nt.. .... Ns'." homecoming parade for Gov.. Battle Creek, Mich.: and 10 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 .."' .
m SM ".... so* elect Warren Knowles Thursday grandchildren.Funeral OF NAPLES Morning Wonhip fl......

\'f U our C: oice. night when the boy asked services will beheld ..'../. It...(. UurHn.' fgtlot
Naples Rexell Store "Dad how lone was Mr In Sanborn Ind., with bur- Sunday/ School U5: .'.m. 1 ,fOPELAND BAPTIST
Ml SM ".... I*. Knowles dogcatcher?" ial In the Sanborn Cemetery. Morning: Worship 10:30:: a.m.Training MISSION
Xev Morfi
The Richard A. Pittman Funeral Union '.JO p.m. C/ydo
The Bank of Naples"Growing Sunday School 10 e.m.

with Naplei SMco' IMt"Memeer Of* These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church Methodists Plan Home morn.was charge of arrange- Evading WEDNESDAY Wonhip 7:30: p.m. Worship. Service
Ce'Mer County' i II I and 7:30
a.m. ::
F.O.I.C.Hartley's and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. Layman's Service P/ayor Mooting 7:30: ,..... Prayer M..IingsWednesdays p.m.

Variety Store Members of the First Methodist AnklieHoward FIRST CHRISTIAN at I p.m.
M NMk' Street kiSS

Bob Pastry Shop HOW DOES LIFE GET SO man's Day"" this coming"Lay-Sun In his home I, Anklie. 81, died Mandarin Dr. Coc-uino Sandi CHAPEL
afternoon -
yesterday .
.o.. Jomoi W. Mvciay, Mianrorliblo R. fie C. rVe/t/M. fotrorSundey
SI* Mk M. No Ml II7IISake day.The at the Reef Club. He
School ':4i School '::4I ..11I.
: ajn.Church
Ooodt Dolly"I wUbeon"ste-
.n ltd. wardship"message and will be had made his winter home here Sarvico I 11 1 ...... Wonhip Servicol 1 II 1 ...... t S p.m.

Naples Federal' Savings r '1 i .... !J by Ron MoCune Sheehan given for the past six years. Choir Practica Wadnotday 7:30: p.m. Training Union: 7 p.m.
m and Lloyd He Is survived by his widow, v..,.. Sonrico 1:30: ,..... Sunday Midweek Prayer Service S p.m
and Loan Dr. Louis
it'; Moore.
A1lxiation/tes U J\\ Mrs. Mary Anklie of Naples
set at* Auer .. ... '.
M !a 'tL; ::!' .. W I sister Mrs. John Barr of EVERGLADES
'r". St. Joseph. Mich., and an aunt FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
Jims ,
lifetime Ouerenteed Muffler 11 ,W,; -I a ., '-= 100 Women Attend Mrs. Rose Bowers of St. Joseph SCIENTIST ... H. G. Wei'iootler, poitarSundey
THE CHURCH FOR All Cantral Avonuo at Itt Strait School. 10 .."' .
Ml. 1411 or F url ......... Flo Royal Palm Meet .
ALL FOR THE Sunday Sorvico IIAO Morning Wonhip 1 II 1 a.m.
CHURCH The o.m.Sunday
W. OIM HmetMaples Anklles maintain
Interesting thing Kmt .1< 'mjv it rai> ly Kiomvi angled who a summer
It'I icrving some utvlul purpnv I It itrctilio* firm AId, taut nvching Tkt (turn* It tht frtM tfew The Royal Palm Associationof home at St. Joseph, Mich. School I 11M: a.m. GOODLAND MISSIONOF
I on soot ft* IK. build Wadnatday Evoning hA..tl" S
Laundry .
holJing. inf if rh.r.n.r..I fnt the First Baptist Church met He was the owner of the Dram- p.m. OUR SAVIOR

Send ,Queen* Soy. Weaken Wood 4Bi But lay the rone: aiiilc waiting without a purpose and ii i rrlrmAy nHrliiwI'k vtlum It. ews.w Withouttlreni .I Iat Tuesday with 100 women In attendance mall Supply Company of Benton Raading Men loom. Wad.- 120. Fri Part St. *... Richard 7. Lo".rlSun4.y

u... rimy 41 N. t Whitman live1. hecumci 10 tangloJ you can't even find! the \,11.)". a : Ckurrll, MilkM1murrarji from many sections Harbor, Mich.Funeralservloe. 10 am. to I p.m. School f a.m.
0pM It-Hew* N. NoiMoo. Life is like that) Fur torn fulka it scams an imnoMiblc Unuk ofconflicti nn turvKt nor TKict rt Inir of Southwest Florida. Tables will beheld
... .
W. Moorr. Owner worries and diuppointmcnii.! They havon ..!IICtllrl'how! tmw.u.urrwrrn.wNaples were decorated to represent Monday from the Congregational IMMOKALEE FIRST
imuUrlv! t>4 lhrkur.ii various countries of the world. Church of St. Joseph of FIRST METHODIST BAPTIST CHURCH
Furniture Co. to dcviXc their itrand of yeara u> a vital I, constant purponr. "':11"Ik\
TV-n { \ hn Mrs CHURCH OF NAPLES *... Oenief
James Walker Is which he L 1. PeirorWonhip
was a member and
.... He. y.........! Troll. But fur OIh.relafe itrctchci firm and taut roan both in Eternity = MM.Hkt.ill 1.11,F r" ,hit Ikt: w'' of W.M.U. and she president expressed Interment will be in the River- Pint A...... S. I Fourth St. I II I ..11I. 7:30: pm.
The tangles Jua pear: *a men reach acrow time to hold ,.t-rt4in tlc .f kit emmniMty .n4 ..._ a., JoJU I. fiu. Peter
BB Builders Specialties truths hy which' God would have ua tivr .o Tee*) Nortk Ml MM than rww he..r.l members who brought food and Local
Plywood Doers Life without tangles. |life with purpoac UIKOVLT, : it in nt wMtral txvM pit* arrangements were Sun. E... Worship Sorrica at 7:30 CHURCH OF GOD
luUder M assisted In
e w n rimrfk moliil. the visitors. made by the Earl
lelll... Plmawin DoMor Locke Church next Sundays! s p r... r.r tsar. 40,1. entertaining G. HodgesFuneral Sunday School::4S o.m.Junior. *... O. ,. 0'h...

..-.wry _. .ryF.' St ". \ ". ""t..t.. rue lie, ,it., s. Chapel "/_.' ." and Sunday School. 10 ....
Lamplighter Cafeteria r slain Pallowihip t p."'. Morning Wonhip. : II 1 '.11I.
Bowmeno. U.S. 41 So.M Prayor M.ating W.'. at 7JO ,..... Evening Worship 7:30: ,.....
ICotnoi* Maple*. .. Y

Interior 4. *... Iti.; *.rd H.... rWer
P04MMO .F4 Third A.o. So. ( Si.th St.
w......: V, M W. Step SUNDAY
Pen. Ml. S-tm P.O. too Ml Sunday School *::30 a.m.Sorvicat Morning: W..hi,. '.10 a II
NgIN ,...... .. Sunday '.JO .."'. Sunday. School. Ml: ...m.Jr .
Intermediate. and Sr.

Marathon Dredging Corp. ;A,:= MYP. 4.30 pj...
Marina CenetnMtlo 04 FULL GOSPEL Evening Wonhip.. 7:10 p.m.

I-UU N..... FlorMo *.. Ooa Poa/Mn, fnrVa MM'I Preyor Sarrico. 7 ,.....

Trail Builders a* 6a rg> Poa/no, Aut. Paler Choir ',Ktlc.. 100 ,.....
Supply j Dominion Dr.. A.. *.. Ettotoi WEDNESDAY
Company .t South "' .p'M' M>4..... Prayor Service

Nepl ie. '...... N r naP Sunday. School 10:00: ...... Adult' I ChIl4_. 7:30 ,.....

tuna; Wen. p II ......
West Coatf Furniture '' MARCO CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday Er..q! 7 pjn.Wod. .
Complete interior t Prayor Sonrico 7.W Ii D. Wo.ce., Awefe
.. .* *- M ......*. rte p.m.ORACE Mar,.:., Wonhip. II 1 ......

Charles--R.Buff LUTHERAN E.eni.g Wenhip 7:11" ,....


DeUM. Cehmel PumrhiVe MofoirAMIejue 1r MiMourl: S,..... CHURCH
aeree'ucllorta. 1 S. 41 ,pj (1211I A..H N.. feeumoM ....... *rf S.... Ich. (d.Sonfta .
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Van Der Veer Su.4.y g .... /'tr Je ep I. loeemW

Musk Center Cnwrck. s-Ic. 10.10 OJ*. Sunday Moow 1:30,1.30 OJ .
Holy Com.inio. Co..feueoi Prior te
Complete lnetn eny' .etl ImMrwmontSHUT DeeerlmeMin .? ,A. Fast Sunday Each ....** s..I., Meeioa
MUSIC. oirr 1 r

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i. the. S E8.. An ,horck** !. the r**.ti are rrd te
pleas er write In any ckasfte. er cerr* tr'"M si tkey O<<1Ir.

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Naples Laundry & Ikutet ear '. wt t norm

... .. Ml S44IS .., '
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." nary equipment foe
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tending th. l F. H < 'J ,. .r I: t Juanita I ly sq+ipp.4 buses will SO"I" record player and! public aiiditae

PITCH t 1'\<1\\(, >.,;t 'r:'i I M as the standsguai "msao c.o .... .** a... | eyaieox The butee M manned
thr .. mothers oej euf er cejte plena- by seminary .
at sulr! .i l :-- flu> : a-ssion,) of the sludenu.LOIS
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". A' t .... IddeConference COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N." ". A... fc d.y Novwnktr t. I9M 3

Harbor ', ,. Set (

For Fort Myeri\ Woman's Club To Hear Talk On

t : Bow Line ".,,p-' A "Conference on Crtai and
Suicide" sponsored Jointly by(he

BY NOMIi RG4BM elation Lee* County Department end the M.ntalUlaIth Lee will County be held Aaao.Mwr.ifT In. Bird Banding By Mrs. Cardinali! .

1Mnoae ._._....._4
I I 1 Ar.v Fort Myers Monday, November
For their November tiers and until this
two meetingthe year when
I. The conference will be In
I WM back at the hospital VMM. The Inabewden pies to sessions Naples Woman's Club has she moved to Naples,she wrote

,> again this week and have a rent a* aparOMK In Marion Invitations have been Issued to secured as their speaker. Mrs. a column for the monthly publication

menage for all the auxiliarymentors. and ae m their Hem on weekend Mental Health Association Joseph oardlnail, a new mem- of the Eastern Bird

If you need to put and heiUay If he can ( Sheriff Department, Highway her of the club this fall. Mr. Banding Association She is
In some hours to make up for ,find. the time. We hat to see Pain 1, flreln'n i being away Alt summer and them BO and while we wish and auxillaiy untta Invtta.tlun new rrsldents of Na- al Audubon Society and of the
can donate two noun a week them the best of luck we kind were Issued by Julian Hud Florida Audubon Society.

call these ladies. If you can of hope It won't be too I long 'S son, President Lee County MHA, ples.At the November 11 meet The Invocation for the meetIng -

work on Monday call Mrs B. before Howard finds out he L'S q and herlffTh Snag Thompson, Lee County ing (Wednesday at i p.m.),Mrs. will hegivenbyMrs.James

Hoffman 3-MMt on Tuesday, would rather fish and play got! 'm inilng sessions etart- Cardinal will describe: tier Interest Mackey of the First Christian

Mrs. R. Kayaer 2-28tt| Wed than switch. Anyway,they have tug at 9 a.m and lasting until and experience to Church.

e iday. Mrs. M.Browu243641 promised to come back for a sum, will feature s film "...** the banding ot birds. She will: Mrs. Sue Hauber, program
Thursday Mrs. Sam England few days In March If possible, I eel for Safe Keeping"; a dI..*. tell how she u a child of nine Chairman will present the

2-4302j Friday, Mrs. N. Cory, That white coach Is gonna look ( + site by Dr. George KlUlnger, or 10 th rough he teacher learned speaker.

2-S88'lIt\lrd.y,Mrs.M.War- pretty sad over there. Lir department of Criminology and about the banding of bird Following the program, tea

dell 2-2659j Hospitality Shop, : Correction, Florida State University and how this carried over Into will be served by Mrs Evelyn
Ethel Belyea 2-2151 (ask for FEELING BETTERI ; and a discussion on the her later life. She lived in B. Cook chairman, aaabted'
Coffee Shop missed church and brunch .. i> topic "Crisis Situation for Pol. NJ. child
) -- Janeeburg, as a by Mrs. A.A. Anderson, Miss
Now If you would like to Join this week as I had the Pip. ,'." lee, Firemen" and Ambulance Drl will and later she and her husband Mouths Cowden Mrs. Clyde
Four noted speakers
the auxiliary please call Mrs. or something--just plain didn't tr vera dlacuss: the topic. purchased a farm out- Ford and Mrs. Marcus Monag
Emolee Barren 2-3733 or Mrs. have any get up and go. Fee) I F\en5 \ via /! The evening session will run aide of Janeshurg where aU han, Jr

George Cowden 2-3238. I can better now though. Somehow ; from 7 through 10 p m, Another the bird banding WM date

assure you the two hours a have weathered the past hectic L 5' ". ..:., Mm entitled "Cry for Help," She has been Homed band
week you donate will more than months so now let's relax and will be shown and discussed. A er for the United States Fish.
Sea Lion Takes
repay you in many ways. Ethel do our best to do our part OK \\hfthfr for dittime dash or evening allure, chain and ropes will shackle the attentionof panel of authoritative speakers and WUfllfe Department of the
b not in the shop today so I Just one last remark from your escort this winter For discotheque or formal r>rnlns. \ ,ndom,,'* 40.Inch chain will cover the following tcpllsn l Interior for ten years lAd has Walk On Parkway
will not be able to dig up any "Yours Truly" If you don't of sparkling stones (left) has Just enough gold trim to accent thr sparkle and Us pendant "Aging* and Suicide ."Some banded over 22.000 birds of
"dirt" snide remarks. hope minds I earnestly wish that Is gfm-rnrrusted on both sides To add glamor to diUlnie wools the necklace match Common: Misconception About 108 sr< you won't take the word DIRT before I leave this world I Ing earrings (right) are made of ancient Spanish coins reproduced In simulated antiqued Suicide", and "Common Motive Mrs. Cardinal' was a participant walking down the Sunshine Slide
gold by ('oro. for Suicide Am:ang Youth" Parkway_ Bl-jiouiid California
literally u I happen to know could listen to someone running in Operation
that the gals who work In the for office say "Fellow which is a study of birds ass Ilun.W. .

,shop keep it spotless u well Americans you have nominated (all migration along the Atlan- H. Alexander, a trucker,
New Industry Old Custom put taw MM lion In Ms cab and
u dishing out good food and me to run for this office tic Coastway The Operation phoned came warden Ingram
the Bounds It an
warm hospitality. U elected I shall, with the helpof ancient Beating almost I extinct AnRlo-,' Recovery Station at Island! Ha0lli when he arrived in
Talked with Peg Hood, one my teammates and yourselves Saxon custom consisting of a Peach, New Jersey, north of Miami Thursday. IU eIII** took
of our O.R. nurses, who tells ,endeavor to keep Americafor Old Has Taken protection of the pariah Atlantic City, was about 30 the visitor to the Miami ar
me she is finding it very hardto Americans as It Is and Airport Hangar priest, church wardens and miles from her farm where quantum
keep calm and cool these always shall be. This Is ALLI parochial officials heading a she did all of her bird band- There's no Indication what the

days as daughter Carol, Mrs. have to aay. Thank you." group' of boy who, armed h,. see lion, one of the Zalophua :
Iff" .Keener, of Franklin (fie can dream can't we?} with sticks beat the pariah At present, Mrt. Cardinal coast, wa doing here fik ecula.
N.C., is about to make a granny I was quite worried for fear On Class Poppili Takes Over bctrdmtonca, according to is an active member of the lion WM that the Quit Stream
: threw off hie navigation
out of her Peg and her BUI Tuck was 111. Haventseenthe the Encyclopaedia Urltannlca Eaitem Blrd-Dandlng Associa

hubby Dill will leave soon to Jeep In the park the past

be there for the big day.Angellne few days but I need not have By VICTORSE MURPHYA silk fabrics splashed with tropical .Cuban refugee, we started
Calitrfls back after been concerned He has decided shabby broken down build colors that simmer and work on the structure, getting

mending her sister's wedding to switch and now has a tog that was once used as a sizzle are especially designed U repaired and fainted It !.
in Massachusetts. cute red V.W. I'm kind of hangar for Air Force training by Mr*. Ale androff for casualFlorida : an Ideal place for this kind of (TROPIGAS -
work and we hops w* will have
I fully realize all the hoopla sorry he clanged th h, because planes during World War U, has living "
Is over concerning our new if I happen to be outdoing been transformed into a aemU A talented artist and graduate many visitor
\ whlcn Alex
of the Lealle TlUet School of The designs poppy
Queen but I have I shouldn't I art studio and headquarters for
Swamp Buggy something Design Poppy Alexandrotf, an androff creates art what! art
something I think you should sometime can't hear him the manufacture of hand-acreened attractive woraaa of Welsh and deacrU a* "light and airy,'*
know. Had I been at home a coming. printed Greek origin, create all her Perfect, she ups for casual
Popptll Fabrics Naples'
few days the outcome could Have been called back to newest of Florida living
ago own designs and with the aid
la owned and
Industry operat
have different Thelma for few The aunt PuppUl derives from Invites You To A
a story the hospital a daysto ed by Lionel and Poppy Alexandroff her husband print the fabric bya
t Hodges told me yesterday she work In the laboratory knowI formerly of London,Eng.: complex Ukacrenln pro. the tint name of the f leaand.roff .
tried to call me to be the 60th will enjoy working with Dr. land who believe heir Industry eea. *. Sine moving to Naples
Contestant In the race for Queen. Larcum. Stella and the gang,i I U the first of Its kind In South The actual screening woikl lest summer the owner of Pol.
don on an Immense table,half U.* Upi Fabric hays built horn FALL SALENOVEMBER
jpws It.. Just as well this although I am sorry Martha 1s west Florida. t. tq\ SPECIAL
length of the structure In which The Mooring.
*.. I? out sick The hand-acreened linen and
PopplU Fabric I* located.
The Alexandrurt are former
NOW THE NEWS resident of New York City who 5-6

We bad a big time here at I Voting IncognitoSo cam to America via ton. Legion Auxiliary ,
Naples Land Tacht Harbor over dun. Lionel was a pilot In the
the weekend hope you dl; Royal Air Force for five and a Hears Reports On

Think the parade was very' half year before deciding to Q W B.
and hope you saw them mum: I Donned My Dark oora to this country His wits Several Activities 1111 C1'fthri 11ft1TI111tT riA

the camel. Wasn't shi sbme-- .. I I. the former Polly Owen,a Lun- "The regular bi-monthly 1 .5 y S 5i 'e ,
dun artist. -
? We all had lots of fun
thing meeting of the American Legion

at our Halloween parry here into Glasses And SneakeredInto CHOSE NAPLES Auxiliary WM held Wdnedy
park. The following committees .
"We have don a lot of world evening at thehotneofMargiret -
helped\ make it possible travelling and have seen many Rodrat 1M C Wes. ,
: Lu and Bob Pond (who beautiful places," Mid Mr*. The meeting WM opened by @
have the Dodge agency here) The Polling Place AUxandroff, "but when we came prayer from the chaplain Ethel

were the judges Decorations: to Naple a year ago, we knew Fager, Report from all com
Edith and Claude Sheldon Refreshments I InKantly this wa the place we minima were given. Callie

Hazel and Dick Le- BY CHARLOTTE DURNOI pole to hide behind. Seeing wanted toll... SIGner rehabilitation\ chairman
Clarcei Music Cleo and Leo WM palming some old fur none, I dodged behind a small "You might *ay we fell U love reported that comfort
with Napl* the moment w* aw
Wood. Lillian and Ed Janda niture when Hubby came in. group that had gathered to con of robe kit
It.When. w* returned to New York, articles lap bags,
had charge of the games, especially "Aren't you going to vote?" verse and found the end of the we started plan at once to move pillow slips| pillows and bedroom
musical chairs, at he Mked. Use There's nothing like bayIng
her permanently. W* arrived shoe had ben lent to
which I won a prize plus sev- "Sure thing," I said. Hubby your arrival announced when lilt August and were moet for Lake CityandCoral
eral bruises It isn't enough will tell you that I'm the best you don't want to be recognized tuitat to find thi(empty airplane GablesPke Day hospitals

that the fellows push you Just voter around. I believe in worse. still. Just imagine If hangar where there WM plenty of Martha Stevenson veterans reported all
as the music stops but they voting As a matteroffactI you had handle like! "Monetise pace to do our ilk crenlng:
Items had been mailed APPLIANCESFREE
also climb over to grab an can hardly wait until next Hepsabob Hegelbee" and were "Together with our ***ltant Joy These

.ipry one on the other side. election day) "I'll slip over using the alias "Angel Hegel- Eduardo Rudrlgu, who U a to the aamehoapiiala.thaI.re wed by veteran I-rp
Gaylord and Helen Case send there right now" bee.*' Why the whole town are gift ; JT.J
lend home to their =
to '
the following message to U-all. "Like thatT" he asked look would know about It in no time Christian Church families* for Christmas. }( ((4lJ'' tl>Jtlrl lu+ltl 444k1tuu tlnlyntlt tny
are DesMolnes sun-faded at eat. (Of court, real wOO''
They leaving ing at my shin and my The auxiliary plan M donate 'OVUUVVU VUU+ { II i dyl'' ) il )
lows, in time to arrive here the paint-spattered Jeans "You name b nothing like that). Never Bazaar NextVeek tools, paint and other items to
15th of this month and will expect look terrible." mind/ asking what the "0" .
you to have located some "1115 from honest labor," stands fort The rim Christian Church the exceptional class at Naples
fishing boles also to havea I there will hold bs annual bazaar on junior' High.
good said "Anyway, won'tbe
After the business
lot of nice shells piled upon anyone there this early lathe "1 KNOW YOU_" Thursday and Friday, November meeting refresh Amor imm
12 and 13 mo church gamewere played
the beach so all will the few
they morning. I ran Maybe If I stand facing the news were served hy Mrs.
In Coqulna\ Sands. Membersof
have do is sit under their the
to yards to precinct only to wall no one will notice me, I toiler to the following mem
the Needlework Club buy.been
beach umbrella and sort 'em find three line of
long voters In
thought. Suddenly lady meeting twice a month bent AUnt Bennett Marloallolt REFRIGERATORS fttUlGtlAtpftl $141.44
out. I debated running back home, one of those rainy wea- Pen-
Muriel AhrtgMFlo>
I dash line last January working on
Elenore and Howard Imbow- and
changing my clothes wash ther coats at aide.MYou .
my nywUt, Ruby Iliac, Alice Conrad -
article for the
den are this week to return paint of bazaar
leaving ing out my hair. must be the girl that Ethel Fagcr. Came
to their home in Pulaski.Va. Instead I donned my dark writes for the Collier Countyhews Aprons, children clothing, itoner UirUrw Crasser. Dot-
., then to Marion Va. to die beach bags, handkerchiefs and
glasses, slipped up to table she said Ewes
tie MtrrfU studs Mortau
other Items will be on DRYERS WHiiirooL
run a newspaper which Mr. and whbpered my nameto I confeased that I was. while many McCUl Martha Stevenson.The .
Imbowden has Just bought. It the In of lab In addition, there will!
gal charge registration for
mentally kicking myself
be a "white elephant" aale next meeting wii;I be Noevardsr
b the Smyth Coumy News books leaving the house That old and also baked goods. The public Ifttb at die borne of COMBINATIONS HOODS, DiOMH UNITJ
which was founded by the author "CHARLOTTE DURNOI"abe
O. floor refused to swallow
cement ftlll Stone Eli Eighth$ Ave.,
Sherwood Anderson, and has announced b Invited M attend the ba-
loudly. me so there was nothingfor jouth.
been in his family for many I shrank back looking for a me to do but s mile.,at least uaR
.i my teeth were clean!
The next hour crawled by

9r I' ,,:' slowly while old friends and \ !
new acquaintances kept sppear TORO.AUTOMATIC (;

log with\ friendly greetings and

fra sure I heard a few snick $25 HAMMOND

ers. Friendly Neapolitans SPRINKLER SYSTEM :' WORLD ATLAS
seemed to come from eve J
direct loru. there was just nc A U....(.HT, >*.*' e4 full/*
for met LIAyTJl1 ............ ..,...ItC. s/Rs
hiding ...-:::;; ens ."k ,..., WSlpesl sN
Finally, I decided that I' a; ...... ,......"
one Mked me what I Dad been

doing rd tell them lees ;e::tIng '.

a wig and situ wu Mai. Aiwa

loweea costume ()nr better, FREE REFRESHMENTS
thai I was a worker CM
friendly Aid For Heiplasa Husbands

dashed to the pIU ui de ::..:* ). I
> y u *f f*
die of my servic .. iJke

a amid Cm the best voter irouj" Bring the family to

Anyway I was getting irec i
,4 f trying <10 sled ao dut 'AeacleaIn 1
my sneakers wouldr sfcw


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SKELETON KEY? Experts Doubt Inspection

NttJi r Would Work in Bomb PactBY


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1964 i I :: Wasnlagi&n CerrespeadeBt
Newspaper Enterprise Assn.WASHINGTON.
< '

High Tide Of DelinquencyFollowing ; ;: : ,: The State Department lay great faith In international(NEAl In.)

sped for constitutional authority, and! "<, .' /'U7( / spectioni as a means of enforc Qtesl eats with the Luc ,

a number of riots duringthe failure of laws which pamper and privilege ; I IN.Ji Union for control of underground arms
pest summer In which the over- tion
whelming number of young lawbreakers, no matter how : In several treaty proposals the department has been will
participants were the effective-
vicious they may be. ing to stake the security of the United States on -
young people President Johnson requested of such inspections
As everyone knows, there are two under contract with the U.S.
the FBI scientists working
to DirectorJ. Now
Investigate schools of thought on how juvenile delinquents II Arms Control and Disarmament Agency have begun to raise
Edger Hoover made his
recently report 1r I of international Inspection -
should be treated One schoolIs serious doubts as to the ability any
and it is a sobering document. I the Soviet Union did not cheat on
of the opinion that punishment to fit '' system to insure that
The riots, which took place in a <, i'i'G ; testing or arms production.
the crime results only /jn the delinquent The following are excerpts from research papers preparedfor
of northern cities end in 1
} White House the State
becoming more vicious and delinquent. circulation among officials at the ,
towns on the eastern and western sea- and Defense Departments and other U.S. agencies concernedwith
The other school, toward which Hoover 0
boards, were not race riots and they :1., Pu national security:
were not the work of extremist organizations appears to lean, says coddling the (juvenile i't o "If the Soviet Union (did sign an inspection agree
lawbreaker is the worst thing that ment) this would not necessarily imply a willingness to lend

possibly could be done. This latter schoolof that degree of co-operation necessary for effective operation.
The riot victims, Hoover pointed out, A conceivable result-perhaps a most probable result-
recommends fair but
thought severe frustration, postponement, avoidance
included both Negro and white businessmen would be continuous
justice, with full details and names carried :. and administered ambiguity ."
Back of the riots, he continued, Is by the e "Inspection would work only if the parties to an agreement .

'the breakdown of respect for law and newspapers. tJ t'i'\ were dedicated to making the agreement work. It could
Neither school of thought has to date "
not so inclined.
order among young people And this, be frustrated in myriad ways by participants
been able to conclusively prove the infallibility e "An intern.tlonallnspectorate, in sum, would probably

In part, he abscribes to "an immunity to of Its thinking, but the differ- provide small, if any. assurance of compliance. The level and

public exposure for serious offenses and the quality of information afforded by it might well be less than
ing approaches to juvenile delinquency -
often the absence of punishment of any that attainable through unilateral means-that is, verificationby
kind. problem has, if nothing else, focusedthe means available to the United States irrespective of any

strong spotlight of attention on the arrangements under an arms control and disarmament agreement. -
Again quoting Hoover, the riots

"were not the Innocent exuberance of matter. e "A great deal of the discussion of disarmament and Inmprtlnn .
and Hoover, who admittedly is one of ..: < rr assumes that Inspection would be a way to draw ,
youth but were persistent, prolonged the nation's top authorities on crime and :i::_>";:y'>'"<': '' the attention of world opinion to violation and that this will

violent"In deter or abort violation. How valid is this notion
its methods of punishment forwards the
other words, the riots presented a The history of parliamentary government offers numerous .

high tide In the grim flood of juvenile opinion that until the wrongdoer of any qhe 1"-- illustrations of how Institutional machinery may be effec
age learns that stern punishment awaits tively deadlocked by obstruction. What if the Russians committed
delinquency.. And the breakdown Hoover violations which were discovered and then continued
him the crime statistics
tells about 'Is, in large measure, the result we may expect them in the face of discovery, but denied that they were

to grow more and more ominous. taking place appealed our protest, made innumerable countercharges
of parental failures in the home, fail. LOS ANGELES AP) -
That Is difficult and the international organization into
ure of the schools to properly Instill re- premise to argue Consumer Spending Trendsby Lance Reventlow, 28, son of one swamped
with, Isn't It? of the world' richest women, paralysis
e "Inspection might strengthen international organizations
OIOIIGI HAOEDORN will marry actress Cheryl Hol.
but it remains to be definitely established that such
dridg( next Sunday.Raventlow's
. Profit Levels Dangerously LowWe mother 1* Princess organizations would operate effectively to keep the peace or

Barbara Hutton Champa to maintain an international situation of maximum long
range advantage to American national Interests."
cak She telephoned Thursday
read and hear of record dollar But profits, after taxes, rose only 19 It la a common observation after allowance la made for from Paris that her doctor o "International action (in fact) might impede the ability

profits made by numbers of businesses. per cent. And, remember, the profit dol- and a correct one, that ever the change in the purchasing have advised against making of the United States to respond unilaterally when such response
since World War II American power of the dollar, doubledover
would be the most effective to national
the trip to Lo Angeles. She way protect
And, to many of us, this means that lar, like all other dollars,'suffered severely consumers have been pending the Interval 2'' security."
the couple a / -acr. country
from the erosion of inflation an Increasing proportion of As time goes on the price of gave
the owners of these businesses are saturated during estate near Beverly Hill asa
their Incomes on services, and services tends to rise relativeto
with wealth and are eating highon those wedding gift. The house haa
years a declining proportion on the price of goods. But this
the hog Indeed. This Is why top economists are now goods It la widely assumed cuts two ways We have to pay five bedroom., six bath and a
that this la an Inbuilt trend more for the services we do swimming pool.Revenllow The World TodayBy
deal concerned with the situation.
But there Is more e great more profit former husband of
which la bound to continue In buy. We are also given an Incentive -
to the profit story Overall, In their view, profits are not the future to buy goods which actress Jill St. John, and Miss JAMES MARLOWE .
19 will be marriedat
The fact is that profits lust haven't sufficient to provide the degree of eco Some economists have gone serve as a substitute for the Holdrldg Westwood, Community AnotlcttJ. Prei News AnslystWASHINGTON

kept pace with other segments of the nomic expansion this country with Its further, and concluded that services church. Six hundred guests have
have great constructive proposals
consumers no very catty
economy. From 1950 to 1963, the gross swelling population and its hope for desire for more goods and are Gross Currents been LONDON invited. (AP) Bitterly Barry Goldwater said(AP)of-himselfand Sen. cutting taxes and ending the

national product rose 105 per cent, the ever-improving living and working corn therefore Increasingly turningto The automatic washing cold weather couldn't keep Sir his adviser on the day draft.
service as a way ot spendIng machine takea the place of after election with the wreck. H* made some statements on
Winston Churchill from his favorite ,
ditions end The
national Income 97 cent, compensation profit
per their rising Incomes This the laundress and frozen act still being counted from how he'd handle foreign affair

of employees 120 per cent, and per. picture, In other words, Is not so prettyas raises the spectra of what will foods take the place of the The lOup former prim minister, coast to coasts "I can't think of but ha later aoft-pedaled themIn

102 It looks at first happen when people also run kitchen maid. The televisionset major mistake w* made" order to overcome the chargeof
anal income per cent glance who will be 90 year old NOT 30, any
out of desires for more services (II good) takes the placeof war helped from his car and They made some beauts. But Irresponsibility tacked on him
Will economic growth a trip to the movies (a GoldwaUr by the Democrat
into a wheel chair at London' does not seem to
eventually slow down because service). Savoy Hotel for a meeting consider his defeat In the presU H* even gave voters cause to
consumers don't want more of All sorts of cross currents Thursday night of the exclusiveThe dentlal campaign, ont of the question bIB ability to run the
anything-either goods or have been at work affecting Other Club worst in American political country just a few weeks
o"thers sa'y services? the mix of consumer spending before his Candida.cy .
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Beside the soup, the exclusive history, a repudiation of him or announcing
Since 1929 : ;
an Increasing :
Surprising Stability dining club' menu feature his philosophy of government.He by raising that question
of after-tax Income
proportion himself
he doe not think the about himself.
beef and say
fish roast a
oysters, ,
In recent speech Assistant has been spent for phy
a cheese ouffl*. conservative cause has been In an Interview In McCall'a
Secretary of Commerce Holton sician's services, about the Churchill and Lord Birkenhead -hurt, indicates he Intends to magazine he wu quoted "Dog.
call Into question the whole same proportion for dentists, founded the club in 1911. retain party leadership, and gone it, I'm not even sure that
basis for these assumptions and a smaller proportion for WASHINGTON (AP) Robe blames part of his defeat on I've got the brain to be the

and fears burial and funeral expenses. ert r, Kennedy, U8. aenator. those Republicans who didn't president of the United State*."
It la true, he points out, Much more, relatively, Is spent elect from New York, visited work or vote tor him. All these wr major ml*.
that the fraction of total consumption for Interest on personal debt of his brother presi.dent takes but h* made others, one of
spending going for and much less on shoe cleanIng the grave John F. Kennedy ,Thur. But Republicans are making the worst at the Republican
r services has risen since 1947- and repaIr. Surprisingly, a an agonizing inquest on their convention dominated by Gold.wat.rt. .

from 31% In that year to 41% smaller part of after-tax Income day former general election disaster and already .*. There former Presl.
Th attorney
In 1963 i now goes for foreign are in a struggle over the dlrec.: dent Eisenhower condemned
walked lowly around the
However, the explanation travel than was the case in grave dots and leadership of the party. extremism
in National Cemetery,
lies not In an unprecedentedly 1929, Non of Goldwater' mistake
high share spent on servicesIn i Apparently over the past 35 then bowed paused briefly with head was more basic than in ml*. Gov. George Romney of

1063-but In an abnormally years things have pretty veil Judging or limply not under. Michigan and Nelson A. Rock*.
low share going for that purpose balanced out and the two BERGAMO, Italy (AP) standing the Interest and think. feller of New York pleaded with

1 In 1947 It the comparison broad categories-"goods" and"services" Rod Stelger, screen tough-guy, ing of an overwhelming numberof the convention to put a plank In

la carried back to 1929 the have taken unchanged plays Pop John XXHI in a Americans, aa the election the platform condemning *x.tremUro. .
fact emergea that the proportions fractions of our family movie being filmed in Italy showed. This get to the root of Romney war Ignored,
(1 spent on good and on Incomes There is no evidence Work began Wednesday at struggle. Rockefeller booed.

services hive remained un- here that we are getting Sotto U Mont, Pope John' And In bIB acceptance: speech
yr changed In both 1929 and fed up with either goods hometown, Some other Republican dont Goldwatr defended extremism.
1953, 59% of consumer spendIng or services or that consumersare The director of the Italian. hare his opinion when he call This helped split the party

went for goods and 41% likely to change radically French production said Steigerwill himself a conservative Therefore more, It WIt never forgotten

for services The stability of ,the way they divide their net use any special makeup an understanding of con. and later, realizing what h* had
u' the breakdown la surprising spending between the twoSOIUTION in portraying the portly, pea*. servatlve U essential to the done, GoldwaUr tried to back
lr since per capita incomes, even ant prl.lt. He la Interested more party's future, n retire a away from the statement
in capturing Pope John' spirit definition The American Cnl.lege ___._
----- On top of everything else h*

'\ ..,,"' ,' ,........"... _\I>:{;:!:..".... .- ,,,..4.#..?i.t .!, than physical/ in lmperonliatlon riving for a close, "A Dictionary political says party whose palgn.made a He kind criticized of empty the Democrat cam..
PHILADELPHIA AP Dr. characteristic principle U
( ) oppo. but wu dim on what he'd
8rgo A. Mikoyan, 33, a on of: silica to change in the Instltu. do himself Despite all this, lit
President Anastaa L lions of the This
Soviet country wu
I I'I lr LAOD. till can't believe b* and his
11 O.i SPA
Mikoyan, met Informally with tilt classic conservative view In hand-picked
team made big
A..Ot.tTA.tANACROSS political aclentlt at the UnU the 19th century when the gov. blunder. any
SCCP RoMAnEt. vercity of Pennsylvania in Phil eminent participated little In
I. Ddtght m 29. Cenw of 5 adelphia Wednesday He la a American life.
Ii Eo R A L' E N P ..
1 Quuua I rid, specialist In international relation But by this same definition
,.' 12: Mukt 31. Reason ... R 0 St. T I .L .L NEWS FROM
*. Goldwater I* not a conservativeat
U. Dlalurb n. Thruuih C U 5 TOM t. R. Net all not
H.jack-of dl! U. Speahdt A L. P.. M A I i'i Co t R .r Peggy Lee, 44, and her fourth only changing but eliminating

n OkrtoUM It'-e' Mimes undo humor V t I n, N t MO... husband, Jack Del Rio, 39, hare many government function, pussWASHINGTOH

Hw weald roe Uk w.Iklq.....,... *. easel weenie after betel U. Tess U.tt'ukle16.Of Mr, \'an .. COD R t N 0 ''c. R been divorced, after a marriage long accepted by Democrat

sod t* walI..aU MreeUM rOut cryll&! ST. .. P U M 0 N I'. A U R A of eight month They separated and Republicans, which hare
olden 51. BIIII.rd rod A I L. L. i It. !Li1T. I i last June 15. become Institution over the (AP) Th
Sees Miss Lee testified Wednesday year of this century. Justice
in the Bay At this n U. Muul..I snacked E t t s S. CAS T that her bandleader husband Through his philosophy be received Department about SO election report com.U

momma or YKTIIOAV mmWunUmt refused to support her although made a major mistake before plaint during Tuoada,'* voting
Jutr.. always seemed piychologU tured except one. Men' live were 19. a. Hsg. U sect daw the war convalescing from a the campaign began In advo. It said moet wr minor.
tally out of plict In any list, long or eroded there, and to in the end were lard heroine U. JlKlrnty 3. AocomnlU a. FU'lI.n respiratory illness at the Ilea of: eating the elimination of varkm A department spokesman
short. of tht world i matt beautiful ,pot the prison building Finally it WM decided 20.llrdIbark U lindrul due Indians their marriage. govrnaiat function and pro. Wednesday called this a rela.

San Francisco Bay would be well towards that to restore the crumbling boat U Computers 4. Neill. 9. Remove NAHA, Okinawa CAP) gram Healy email aumber, which be
the top. It II an area, mortovtr, structure would COlt more than even the 22. hiM DOWN 5. TV script rnU. President Sukarno of Indonesia attributed to advance
that On works of man have mid rather richest nation\ could afford. In March of Fragrant 1. Froponton 6. Egra 10 uka'tee flew from Shanghai, Red China, He suggested getting rid of notice
Attorney aero**
thin ipollt The old Spnlsh Influent IMS the last twenty-eren Inmate were 2. Mill 7, Rota a I ,.ulkal to the U.I military but on the graduated Income Us, .. the nation that they Hand.
linfcri. There If over all, from tilt Em. transferred, and the bland was without 27. Country tits hometo Ing TV A, making Social Secvrt. wr
lase barrier Okinawa today on way rig by to hand
barcadtro up to Telegraph HUI, acrou convict for the lint time la 104 year. ItCtlled ty rolmtary, pulling the govern. troutO quickly any
to the dopes of Berkeley, and out to the An !sued anywhere U an Invitation 0.1'ehkls Jakarta. Dent out of public housing and that occurred.
I and Il-fun
J I. .J s y s II II Aa honor guard a The complaint came from M
Golden Cat Bridge, a charm and a to mankind at Urge to do tome- 1 Toward; the salute greeted him He toured power, eliminating farm price Mates
not Identified and
grace that to far have remained undeitroyed. thing with It. It WM unthinkable. that I' // IJ One the base by automobile for an support and many social wel. Included broken .
The project of the Great Bay the bird should' have restored. to them // 1.Compusi0 far programs, and cutting voting ma.chin
!\OUr. **
reported threat against
vet ran*
Bridge raised doubts. Once built and
10 large a rock In the bay. Various UM IS point poll
when the time came for it to be send It were tuijwud. Now I Congressional b 4. Policeman.U QUICK QUIZ By voting against the civil slow down watchers and attempt to
fitted in with the rest America hu committee baa recommended that Aka "! / II i slang right! bill before Use campaign voting by Negroes
enough wonders to be a world of 1U tru hU become the site of a memorial '..'. ; /' "3 beta be lost the vote of mot WASHINGTON (AP) Un.
own Tbt Grand Canyon it unmatched to commemorate the aignlaf of the o % II 0 U lJ t16 Rich aesm Q-\\ku art t tla, nnmfA, Amtrleaa Negroes Tet, to win, employment u October eontln.M4 .
for awe. The giant redwood ar* unequalled United Nation Charter In Sn Francisco [ Z akt lath. lllk. and 12th montfe' he needed the tot of every at the S.I pr cent mark,
for majesty The South-WeH la IMS. Judgment oa the kite must be 1f I' e y;.; II" tJB CoIf I.dd of tAe Pear "'tIM""d1ASeptf'mber. Individual be could find ** tilt Labor Department r .
has unparalleled colour. AU theee are postponed. *U depend en the memo- '.;/ 10 'arufy October. I wj bison be wu a eandl. Ported that the monthly job
Nature triumph Sn FroncUco Ba,'. rial. Some modern art could be more 1&' N % Si .. Gras !November. and December. date, needing vote, that he sttt figures were considerably! 1m.

spectacle largely man-made. hideous than even the grim geol we. ; meaning seventh, eighth. free to make such statement. proved over Ut year.
.And there, In the middle of it stood In say cat, twelve acre i* rather a lot IJ IU I % i/ 16arzl&fIIlf ; ninth and 10th, got those They established him u a The department Thursday

Alcatrat The put lens U used met** for a memorial There I II bound to be / rr ., a. Ida names because the old rugged IndMdualM although listed the amber of Americans
phorically. plenty of spice left over. Why not .... // IJS f'I r'9.. Roman year' started March I a* wu a millionaire, and endeared with Job Jut month at 711

Thanks to the film AJcatras wu a range for the Security Council to haveto I''".r ofl 'i/ fJ'4/ 0 laatpre T''lths" were named aft himself to the right wing mlllioa u Increase S f300,0001.5msectlhrte
horrid nun. There In the middle ef tit there whenever they cannot agree, I : / 1 Msskddtratiun f'r the Latin numerals. to American politic aumber of jobless *t

thIlIoY, IIeII we* the prison where the A week oa Alcatru. la one of the old I.&JI. ,/ I But when' he became a eaadl.
wont and most dtipertte federal criminal building, without communication with o'f' I' :l High Q-l$ a *yiiiA,tic fmcrakttiit date la seed of vote he colt Compared with last Odrber

lw/rl kept Some tough men escaped the outside world, should *le be obligatory 147.1/ 41 ex t ion,r satire as on imitation tm pedaled\ much be had Mid be.bore employment WM op U mlllioa
from/leatrajj mot of them did not stay before anyone could impose toe 4, rued rmld or logged tt with vagv. and oemploymwt wu dow

ally Of those who did, IU were recap- etoy-Tk. Tim*, (London) *. tf ".."'..,? A-No DIll He mad only two specffl. about JOO.OOO.bt .


\ 1

t ( \ COLLIE COUNTY NEWS N.pUi, FU. "Frid, No.", .., 6 If64' 5
led Drive For

By ALICE RKDCMBAUCH FakahaicheeLooks Chou's Visit

Well, we hire elecfaae artd May Bring
we 1
have revivals! And we sort of', QMM folk are trying to avoid
the Trail. Wonder why?
think it's
follow. eieotion pretty good Idea to William 811edden, 'r of Day.

a food. old fashioned 01 the Gospel with kind a ,revival at thai'Members ton here, Ohio with, his spends son his and winters familyon BetterThere Trouble To New Regime

Qulf View Drive and he
Church have been attending gen. Is encouraging newt
a re. shy here about
Seta this mute
vlval this week
tilt Mission. at the Marco Ban. However, this year he >I' v m.Ing that rherakahatcheeStMMiMy By WILLIAM L. RYAN dlctory problems.The .
la Rev The guest speaker In Ohio for a visit ir 'm hiS be saved for national park.In AP Special CorrespondentThe Bolshevik Revolution!

of Wally Mitts who Is pas. sister. The sister lives >111 F IR. a telephone conversation journey to Moscow this anniversary provides an oppor.
Church tor at Russell Park Baptist land and they have not seei 1'.1..1\. with officials in the Department weekend by Red China's Pre. unity for an international mootIng .

who haven Fort Myers. For folks other for SO years sx> tt will I aE of [interior was learned that mler Chou Bn4al and his dele of Red leaders to survey the

lived here as lone be a visit well worth waiting t.I. --I"I the survey report of Mgtn gation may spell little but t rq,. ailments of the world Comma.
live, Wally and Joan
their Metts made Mrs. Ralph Leigh spent 10ila\s, ::, made by the isegime for the poet.K1Iruellelle' nUt movement against the
Naples depertmctxwasr
home for a good in Columbus Ga background: of Nlklta ICbM
visiting with "most favorable. The projectto '
friends many years here.Starting and have many her son and family,, the Gen i :;e save the strand U Ostensibly, Premier Chop's IIIc hev'. dethronement
SAT sponsor trip Is for the \or. The Chinese would not talk
O. Lelghs Mrs. Leigh's son is E purpose of ell
ed the
November hv Florida Federation 01"omen's
16th and to with the Russians while Khru.shchev .
in the U S. Army, stationed at till ways and means to restore
run through the 38nd, the East Fort Banning, Ga Clubs. Mrs Ben world Communist unity. U1IderprMellt remained In the Krem.

Naples Baptist Church will hold "ISI R Parks, who Is Junior chairman conditions, that cannot lie He was their chief target

revival meetings, nightly at 8 NEW ARRIVAL of the Conservation of Natural be done. the top revisionist, the man

o'clock,. with Dr ,C. Roy Angel Mr. and-Mrs---Randy;" Pettit of COY AND IRINaples
as visiting evangelist. Dr. Angel Brook side are the proud parentsof : ,'hiiiim HIM' :sr: 1i,1, ,, \\ .' IJ"'II"o'd' Mondiu! mUit: 11the Ex- she had talked with two members time fur Red China to even a temporary lull In the

tlst was pastor Church of in the Central Bap. a baby girl born last Mon. tlmiiKc ('hilt mcttnu' .it 1"11 i1J, I. .it tlii, Hom I, ( lull, Farm left, of the Department of In* use subtle diplomacy Anxious. noisy battle between Peking and

and since Miami for 2S day. We have yet to learn her those p.titu, ip.itni in t tin) , \ .in Ait' S'ltlni). guulu ueue coun- terlor and received the encouraging sounding pronouncements under Moscow
retiring has name but the new little miss has nelloi .it th. \ .| Don I : d. the new Soviet leadership hint Now that there Is a new Soviet
spent his time in Evangelisticwork. .r '" I I" "I| I 1 1 1 r Ic.ul! i and office. guide, news.

A nursery will be provided a Congratulations brother and sister to the at Pettltsl home. gill-of-the-month Uiti.V. \ humstud.! :nt council maun and boy-of- Another survey Mrs. Parks In that Moscow the turmoil Is not ended.in high places willing regime,to Peking listen,can to be claim reasons It 1s

at the church for all the meetings Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patrick and he-month and Vernon 8t t't. Exchange Club prl'sident, learned was tohavebcenmade The new regime, with Leonid him This display of reasonableness .

Mrs. Elvis Ruffle of Lake Kel. (McGrath p oto) on November 3,. and this one In I. Breehnev commanding the could serve later on as a
more detail .u this second party and Alexel new club for beating Russianson
ly are making a business and" Kosygln the
CIVIC MEETING pleasure trip to Miami Saturday, detailed survey Is favorable government, still has a rather the head, If Moscow should

reminded All East of Naples the residents are "Welcome home" to Pete and J Push For Welcome Station It will then go before review fragile, transitional look, and It finally reject China's price for

regular monthly Gertrude Wetzel of Lake Kelly. board;laid Mrs. Parks."Ut Is beset by innumerable contra. muffling the dispute

meeting of the civic group They arrived here Monday after tars from Interested pa nleJ and The Russians have their owndemands.
this next Tuesday evening It is
They likely would
spending the summer months in organisations addressed to the
to get started at 6:30 with a car. require the Chinese to
fyJn aupper. A short business Pennsylvania.About Everglades Takes A Close Look Department of Interior will Benefit Fashion trying to crowd them out of Asia stop

meeting and a time of fellowship 18 residents of Lake Kel. help the cause,' she continued. Show Planned By and to ease up their drive for

will follow There will be spec. ly met at the Fred Redenbaugh She asked that copies of any total domination of the revolutionary

cal welcome extended to all new home on Thursday evening for a communication forwarded to Junior Women movement i In underdo.velo : .

residents and all those returning bounteous potluck supper fol. At Its Water And Washington be mailed to her |"ed areas.
to East Naples for the winter. Ev. lowed by a short business meet. Sewaae System office for documentation pur The Naples Junior Woman's The Chinese price would re.
log/ and a couple hours of
eryone Is Invited to come and neigh. Club will a benefit
Y 8 poses The address Is 868 sponsor quire much from the Russian,
bring a friend! borly visit. The group voted to Fifth Avenue South. luncheon, featured by a 'fash including abandonment of what

We were so sorry to hear of Thursday have the next In January meeting at the the homeof third BY BILLIE D. SMITH terns to use in an emergency agreed to cut off an old well, Mrs Parks is also In receipt Ion show, on Saturday November Peking calls revisionist theory,

the auto accident that seriously Mrs. Elvis Ruffln. when the power falls No action hooked on after Donna, completing of a copy of a letter sent 14, at 12:30 p.m. The affair willingness to support all violent

injured Joe Weeks on Thursday Richard Redenbaugh and EVERGLADES: Mayor Cecil was taken. a four well water system flowIng to Senator Speasard L. Holland will\ be held In the Tahltlan revolution: regardless of riskgreater ,
! morning. We hope and pray that Charles Crawford Drake presided at the regular A letter was read from Frank into the water reservoir John A Cove Convention Hall and more significant aid
made a bust by Carver Jr.,
I Joe will make a speedy and com. ness trip to Fort Lauderdale last monthly meeting of Everglades Clayton, Informing the City of Complete cleaning of the water acting Secretary of the Interior Tlclietj for the luncheon to China at the expense of na.

plate recovery. Monday.The City Council held last Tuesday the settling and sinking of the tank was approved, one.half side available at Gifts by and alone like India, and a harder
under date of Garry
October 30 In
Young Rodney Townsend put to All councilman Soviet policy toward the
Richard were present, ss land behind the new city dock to be drained, scrubbed and re.
practice a lesson his mom and Townsends of well as Council the communication Carver reported at Brasslngtons Candles will States
seawall. agreed! to take filled at
dad had taught him and In ao Shadowlawn Mrs. John Smith Avenue and, Mr. and Condon and Cityttlneer Marmoo action Immediately t 0 fill the The question a was railed ss to a survey by the Nation be J2.75. One dollar of each

doing he may have saved himselfa Mr. and Mrs. Russell family and Turner land, from fill already placed on whether Everglades has an sm. al Park Service with the cooperation ticket will go te the Arthritis

painful injury As he was walk family drove to LaBelle Luckey last d A report was read by City the site pie supply of water for the many of the Florida Nature Rheumstlsm Foundation a County's September
lug over a pile of firewood, he Clerk Gideon on the meet. spokesman announced.
Sunday to enjoy an special homes to be built In Everglade* Conservancy "It did bring to
came upon a mean, old rattle dinner with the parents anniversary Mr. and log held October 15th when Coun. MORE PROTECTION City Villas, Plantation Island and light a variety and quality of Hats by Sally Victor Mr. Ctoarct Tax Cut

snake. Roddle took a slow step Mrs. John Townsend. Their 51st ell met with Civil Defense Dlr. Correspondence was read from Pleasure Island, which the City values which would Justify more John and Lilly Cache, will be Totals $12,351

backwards and motioned for his Anniversary actor Tommy Kehoe to discuss the Florida Sate Board of For. has agreed to supply. Pleasure detailed studies," Carver said modeled at the fashion show
dad to come to his rescue. Dad ways and means of cleaning up estry which letter Included a Island and tsxcollections for the
Mrs Ethel Echols of Plneland Everglades City Villas In the loner He promised Join Cspplello from Hodges, Clgiret
and killed dad the snake fireman Roddle's and Mrs.mom Street entertained a week.ndcuest. K-1 Everglades, after Hurricane Is. lease to be executed by the City are within the city limits, while further evaluation of the pro- Hair Styles will comb and style month ol September In Florida
are Mrs -- for a fl ret ruck equipped with a Plantation Island is a bit over t totaled $4,564,443.00, accord'
Fred Worth from wigs as a feature demonstration.
posal to save the strand.Television
Dick Townsend.Did Council .
discussed the fact that .
radio. Additional property dam.age mile ,
Immokalee. They enjoyed the away.Councilman Davidson Ing to Richard D. Kest rag, director
everybody notice that good City hall Awhjwillheelveniwayasa
was a designated C.D. and liability Insurance for who has an extensive knowledgeof
of the
swamp buggy festivities state beversgedepartment.
locking, / Shadowlawn School patrol ether. shelter, but during Isbell there the leased truck will be needed. the city's water works and door prize and the winner

tnt' the Swamp Buggy parade? was nobody In charge, In an of. Attorney Condon suggested that sewage lines, stated that the will be permitted to select the .
ThVre were 30 of them in all. NOTICE flclal position It was brought out the clerk ascertain the exact pump was only pumping at one wig. Two hats will also be Of this amount ll,607.MW.i8will

Ruth Townsend knows since she I A recent Sunday CHANGES of that the City was not expected to amount before Mayor Drake signs third capacity now, lilt was not NEW YORK (AP) T1>e given away as door prizes. go to the state revenue
bought popslcles all around I Doc Johnson guest the have an official there, rather it the lease. Drake expressed the necessary to have more pres. Beatles, who have been rather Members of the NJWC are fund and the remaining $3,1 Te.

AFTER the practice sessions', hen W. W.family Tyre was from Mr West and should have been the Red Cross. opinion the City was fortunate to sure to supply! the present gal quiet lately, even If their fans urging the ladles" to attend the 37.82 will 'be distributed to

The school patrol king and queen Palm Beach They had not been Discussion was held on the feas. be able to get the added protec. lonage; and said that If there have not, will be 'Doming back luncheon "have s good ttnie" qualified municipalities.

were Jennie Pllson and Pedro here since right "Hurricane Iblllty of purchasing gasoline Ian. tion of a flretruck with radio was a sufficient Indefinite supply strong on t.llYlllolllOOn. ss die latest In hats and wigs Naples' share In the t:ix will

Blance Donna" and could from the Forestry Service, with to serve the amount people ABC, It turns out, quietly amount to $11,901.29:! while the
,, see much 1m. are shown and by buying! a
Jamie was two signed
provement In Naples. Bet Condon and councilmen In com. U Is serving now, It would also the Liverpool long.halrs ticket town of Eve Udeswlltrecelve
they help a worthy cause
years old on Monday and enter last August
plate agreement. siitply the additional an hourJong $447.10 the
will like us even better when we population. | for mash
tanned with a birthday party at Hospital A discussion followedin special which will be ,
lengthy The
get our streets and highway done! ReportOCTOBER City of Everglades has forsome : seen on -- --
his home on Gulf View Drive The regard to letters from the time needed sewage treat, Sunday Nov 15, at the hour '
Joining in on the festivities and I Shadowlawn P.T.O. will State Board of Health mint IIIU&I rr""Wftpfflt..tIf'.abII'rr ,a, wvOr aalrtwwarr| n teoi b+i,, "ISwtrMkk. v, .* i
hold "open house" along with 38AdmisstonetAnita regardingthe plant and has a feasibility .
refreshments were Sally Bingo! their analysis on the city water study under way at the pre..nttime. 'mmokalee NetvsBY
Danny Luke, Mary Luke Cindy Thursday regular monthly meetingon ,Joan Posada, system. This was not a test M A letter was read tier. Shortly .-.R.h.' aen __' I
night November19th. Matilda
Hunter and Jeff Huckabee. Jamie Mrs Mason's, Flag Drill RI,..,.Conroy 0.1,01., .'nhn Kamlrec T.,1.., to bacteria content of the water tabling to the government grant nounrement CBS said "s .J MRS W, h. aARRETT
is the of and Mrs ,
William J.son Shedden team is In chares of a nrorram. I Oscar Nichols, Ethel Me Mac kin.i rather a complete chemicalbreakdown available for municipalities and two special Beatles show scheduled -....... .......__....11Io ... .-. ... .. .
All parents, whether you-have i Discharges!-Susan Anderson as to amount of Iron It was stated that Everglades Is days before the ABC sne.

children In the school or not, Alan Moody, Mildred Coley Mary chloride, solids, etc Cornell 12th In priority at this time. clal The harvest season' exported next weak Roy Miller's Immoka.Ue .
WELCOME HOMENo However This one .. called "Aoundthe to get under way In fine
several shapeby Growers
are Invited to attend this meeting Brantley, Lucille Piper Scott developmentscould expects III> start
Hollywood movie star ever cut this Beatles, and Is an edited the end of this week when about November
The "Daughters of Ruth" class Krehllng, Louis Scbuck. down to 6th on ver. Hilt, with other
had abetter"comtnghome"party ,\ of the East Naples Baptist Church the stun of a motion picture about cubes and tomatoes are sthed.uted << packing sheds also getting ready
than was given for Betty Hath, list.WELCOME the singing to begin their
will meet next Tuesday night at OCTOBER UAdmls.lon.Vlrel. STATION group during their long swatted for early "penln,.
away week ago Wednesday. Betty the home of Mrs. Alice Rode n. Epperson Around Under new business was a dls.cussion American tour-l>ut without Ire Id the psrklng houses Pep. BIRTHDAY
came into the Naples airport and of the songs. n will preempt "The pen ere presently expected to
proposed welcome Jimmy Welch
; bough In Lake Kelly. Iris Cross, Celest Llorca, celebrated hie
was met there by a host of station at Entertainers" on Friday Nov. let under way late !next week.
Canwstown. \ lath
Engt. birthday
These things we have noticed Michael Spindle, Jane Spindle, on HalloweenOcto.
which Included Shadow 1$.
friends this week East Naples is to Betty Hidden Laura Slmms Vivian seer Turner clarified the Issue Cube prices are presently run. tier '1.
lawn school children of her music somewhat CBS, like ABC has good nine around $9 per package fer
have a new "Donut Shop" next Paul, Nelson gentle, George ftfBy he stated that Josephine Jenkins reported
classes, members of th door to Roy's Barber Shop; wee Holt, Paul Blckley A. Paul Friz he had met on Tuesday prior to cause to know the tonic effect of choice grade and tomatoes are she has received an In vital Ion to
school also members of I the
faculty to English group on nUnc"Th. reported to be bringing a
are getting/ a new "Billiards"next tell, Guadalupe Barnhart. onlng Council with the Rate! good attend a blrlhday ball .in honor
the P.T.O. and the Methodist nrat a.naMe, IK 'price However
nn 'VA when
door to Brookside Bowl Discharges!-Harry Wootton. Road Dout. II* said that anoroxl. ,, the har. of the Itwn anniversary, of the
Church choir. The friends sang there are a couple of other new; Mary Mason, Paul Plummer, Eva THE ASSOCIATED: PRESS mutely 11,000 yards of fill'wit to: Sullivan 8t.1. springs vest gets Into full swing, this United States Marine Corps The

welcoming verse of "Hello Dot. buildings almost finished that we Mac Klnnon, Matilda Ramlret be used In the site, sa well a I pulled an audience eat(mated br price I will probably" drop some as /Invitation came from her oSlin.
ly" and presented her with roses. UNITED NATION N. YAP Nielsen researchers at well <(he supply| begins to catch
laving for
haven't yet learned what they are Anita Posada and baby girl Betty driveway and land.' up lilt R M Jenkins, who In sia\
Guess Betty ought to know we to bet! We also noticed that the Hedden. ( ) A nmmunications line e' aping for the area. The High., 70 million viewers. The Beatlesgave with the demand. Honed there ever graduating

are all glad to have her back I Yahl Brothers Rich and Mike, has been set up between Mos. way Patrol ttatlon will h* bull G 1 the Sullivan show the high- Tony Rosbough said his Mikes from the Criminal! Investigation

The Shadowlawn P.TO. is asking .' are driving a brand new truck! OCTOBER 30AdmisstonstJacques cuw and Washington for the Since |It has been declared II. est rating In Us long history will start to the packing house School tt (the marine base In

our county commissioners for We also noticed s most unusual Crau. exchange of weather Inform legal to use secondary road funds Ja<"k Webb will try agile next 'this weekend with pirs dues tursttnr, CaN. and was sent

sidewalks from Guava Drive to bug that Tom DeLaney captured.He mer Johnny McMahon Rebecca lion gathered by conventional for the actual construction the season with t new CBS series week to 10 day later fix from (here to Washington D.c
Coconut Circle and from Estey The line Is with Polly for Ms I L'.
methods. Bergen star. Perking
promised to look In his "bug Robertson, George Gall. expected to welcome station building It..lf. Company started all for a course In the protocol<
Street to Pine Street in Brook book" and tell us its name. Tom Discharges!-Oovle Easterly go Into operation soon he stated that the county com. CDS said the series would he I their packing season Monday school and thence l', Vientiane

side We believe it's s good idea lives at Palm Lake Trailer Park. Joan Conroy and baby girl Eth.el ., A formal sgreement reached missloners hive not abandoned based on Patricia McGerr's night with their first run of loma. [sue. ,Ile also attended Miami
as It would the children short stories about trs.ImmokaUe.
give between the two countries Selena
trying to find
Call us at 1-7047 with your McMackin, Paul Frluell, ways mean Military Academy and Junior
more protection getting to clears the for Mead a sort of female James
news Items and well be thanking Paul Blckley. Thursday way for other financing of the wel. Tomato Growers college In California The ball
school. There surely Is a big of data col. Bond with Mala Hart r ave already
weather made
you! See you next week! exchange come station. A spokesman forth overtones.a one poking will be hold Novambei |1Db at
Increase of traffic In that area.. OCTOBER: 31 lected by satellite* "whs ."al.. Everglades Chamber of Com. Recommended will get Into full running the American Em'uey
able from both sides.
Admla.Ion'IEllen mere was present and stated
that the Chamber has also asked Tonight "Young Purple'sConcert -
Walter Moss .
John Barnes, 6tb.el CM 7i*). 30 Caster .
'. the ,
.?, 1 Low. EUZABETHVULE.: UM Con. letter l county to commissioners, by Standard Mime with Leo SUN.
try and find
'. Dlscharjeti-Jrls Gross Mi. AP) Th Congolese
go( ( army build the station. The nerd Bernstein conducting'
I chart Spindle, Jan kindle, ,reported today It Had recap.Hurd teals that "Out on the Outskirts of Town"
: ; the
George Holt, Ruth Savage, Guad. t Klndu test rebel commissioners will 8
strong NBC 8/30.9130-drama starring
Iji I-: : alupe Barnhart and baby girl, I hold en the road to the rebel find a way, financially The Ann Bancroft., Swamp Buggy Grounds
:: : Vlrgle Epperson and baby girl. capital of StanletTlUe Chamber bat offered to man the Sunday-"Profiles In Cour- eh Radio; RoadThe N
NOVEMBER IAdmtetlanetRnMrt The 190 It..,'". K was brought out that .
town, miles Muth of age," premiere, NBC, "130.1130P.
Smith, Manleyvilie, had .been la .ie*.r. the taxpayers In the Chamber ...., series based on the John
Betty Madden Amelia ante feel the station should be
Beaches. gent, banes for several Months. f. Kennedy book.
Discharge*!-Alma McDuiiel built.

l Celest Llorca, Helen Lt wbr,

Charlie Moor. DAMA8CM, Syria (AP) _
After k KU*. for more than two Castro Defennc
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Charles Put'\1bu. Grace arts, 'Sunday sad to apes talks Nov New AssignmentMIAMI BlqClf.

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Rebecca RobertJell. Elbe) Low. shale while MM Used ArabHpMtoUc ,mie's/ revolutionary defense"
ewe almost 40,000 .oramttU have a new )ob"Electing -

r. NOVEMBER I troop' to Yeeen lo support Mwreflate wine sad whiskey AND
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FIrst Year ream ButEagles -- ..' t t

Face Tough Foe In Miami Central


Naples High School' foxtail victory Coach Jerry Morris '
believe. V II Season-Ender For Both
team will find that MUml Central Curtis Park Is on k'4am1'stsar . . . . .. . . . .
is better than \the: average

nm ear club whan the nonhcUe, at the corner

go to Miami Saturday to Eaglet meet of NW 20th Street and 23rd Naples Junior High 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Nape. Flu Frid.y No..mb.r 1464

Central' Rocket at 8 pm. at Avenue.

Curtis Park. Naples will be seeking to continue "

the trend of Improvement 1
Central, which hashadlmer-

scholastic competition in other It has shown *s the long sea Loses To Fort
unfolded. The MyersBY
sport, began football Just this son Eagle. current

year. Central Is a Class AA 1-6-1 record would be improved -

school with enrollment more considerably with three DAVID LYON word when husky Don Llghtner
than three times that of Naples victories in the final three con
A Fort took the kickoff and dashed up
tough Myers Junior
so Coach Carl Mosso of tests. the middle to score on a 72-
the Rockets is not for After Saturday's engagement High team came on atrong In [
hurting yard play that took some glumness -
the second half to defeat Naples
depth. at Central Naples ages i''P
Junior High 19-13 last out of the defeat. Light-
Its homecoming next Friday
Short on experience.
night at the local field before tier also ran over the
Central has ability, manpower against Sebring, then travels about 400 point on the last play of the
Okeechobee for a Thanksgivingeve spectators.It
and hustle and has won its and season.
was the season-ender for game
battle with the Brahmans -
last two games by shutouts. It The first quarter was Inconclusive
both clubs. ended
will take a good effort on the to close out the schedule zp Naples up
but on the first play
with a 3-2-1 record and Fort p'
Eagles' pan to bring back aOriolesl DIG THREATS Myers was 431. None ot of the second period speedy w t

1 yF Greg Pacettl of Fort Myers
Chief threats for the Rockets Fort Myers' losses were to
fumbled and tackle .Larry Lee S [
Saturday will be sophomore junior high school teams The (
fell on the ball to give Naples /
Bauer fullback Mike Buttermore a closest! a Junior high came to
possession at the visitors' 24.
185-pound and beating the Ripples was Naples'
good runner,
Tailback Bill Donovan then
0-0 tie with them the
halfback Phil early
Selected AL's speedy Grimsley.a Season went around right end, twisting
junior. Stalwarts In the line
A rugged defense held Coach his way past several green-
For 64 which averages 180 pounds, include 4 Bill Marshall's Panthers to only shined opponents before he
Manager 220-pound Junior center
was run down at the seven.
Weaver and 200poundsenior one first down all night. N.-

NEW YORK (AP) Ham. Terry tackle James Riley ples' defense contained the Rip- That 17-yard sprint was Naples

mrln' Hank Bauer whose Bal. Naples in good shape except TRICK I STUFF-. Glenn Trout fakt a convtr- ples In the first half which longest scrimmage play and } i [

tlmora Orioles almost nailed for injuries to end Steve lion kick quarterback Ernie Kdlerman rum to more two ended up 8-6. but the visitors provided the Panthers with their

down their first American Clark and tackle Al Hackney point Run helped Miami of Ohio te defeat Nerthweitirn. rolled up the yardage in the only first down all night.

League pennant in a torrid bat. second half and scored on two Then Donovan tried left guard
will with the usual
tie with New York and Chicago probably go sustained drives. but got only one yard to the 4i
was named the circuit's Manag. group of offensive starters. six. Blocking back Rocky r
er.of.the.Year today. He won by Morris has defensive changes Plenty of action was crowded f
Local Hawks into the game's final seconds. lamurrl, lining up under center ) "
an overwhelming margin over planned after theEagles drop- Tangle t
on the next play, took the .
Quarterback Mike Brooks > '
Al Lopes of the White Sox and ped a 32.13 decision to Fort scared
Yogi Berra of the victorious last week. for the Ripples on a one- snap and fired a quick pass to .
Yank Probable stamens in the line yard carry with only four seconds wingback Jerry Davis on the )'i' :

Bauer drew 63: votes from Fort right flank, and Davis ran the \
for Naples are ends Richard With Tice SaturdayNaples showing to run My- "
among the 83 baseball writer Woodruff and Buzz P.itchletac er.' lead up to 19-6. final couple yards across .
participating In the annual A*. the goal I line to put Naples ahead \ "? .'
and Brad "t.;< : : i "
kles Bruce Harris RUNS BACK KICKOFFBut < : &: 1
oclated Fret poll. Lopes waanamed Hawks youth football and SO yard He also chipped 60. A pass for extra point was f 't l ,.'k ,. ', 'f.
Unkeless Lee Tread- Naples ; In the last
18 ballots and Berraon guards jot batted
on team will meet the heavier Tice In with a 47.yard print that got down.
eight.\ BW Rlgney of the Loll well and Wayne Jenkins center Tiger at the local high school Shadowlawn' offense moving PRO BILL VACH
Angeles Angel collected the Jerry Rose blocking back Van early In the Evan gained
field Saturday at 7:30: p.m. game
other three. Weeks orFrankTownsend.full This Is one of the few Hawks 120 yards In 17 carries againstthe College Later In the period Naples
"I'm very flattered Bauer back tailback Don was faced with a punting situation :
Billy Bryan home games that will be playedat Tiger Bill Vach Named Pro ;,
said at his Kanaa City home. & Walker, and wlngback Bob night this season, and Naples Evan, quarterback Jerry on fourth down and 13

"Thl I II quit an honor" Koch. Pop Warner officials hope for a Cookaley, fullback Gary Good yards to go at its own 37.

Bauer took over a fourth Central playing most of Its good turnout of tans. night, and halfback Steve John. FootballBy Llghtner went back to kick,

place club from BUly Hitchcock eon will have to be on their but elected to run with the :
games on Thursdays and Saturdays While the Hawks are at home, New Golden Gate
and directed It tofirst For
last season toes Saturday night at Plnellas
ball. On a similar
this season,ss are many the Shadowlawn Wildcats of East HAL BOCK play against
place at the All.Star break.moat Miami-area high schools This Naples take long trip Saturdayto Park. At last report the Thun. Associated Press Sports Writer Puma Gorda last Saturday, .
The Oriole No. 1 for
of the season's were second half, is due to the shonaga of foot St. Petersburg where they derblrd were unbeaten. Among' What a difference a year Llghtner ran 30 yards But Bill Vach former professional professionals and a pro-i4n stlot
their victims far the
ao are
Noted trick
ball fields In Dade and will play the tough Thunderbirds makes against the Ripples, Llghtner at Lookout MountalnGolf tournament.
to the County
finally succumbing Hawke slim 70 and
by a score
Yanks, who came on strong to the University of Miami's insistence of Plnellas Park the Wildcat by a 34.0 count. just 12 months ago bowl Pitta coun. only gained four and Fort My Club near Chattanooga.Tenn., artist Paul Hahn also is sche-
Tice dropped a 33Odeclalontothe was sniffing duled to
win by one game over Chicago.The on playing home games Jackie and Bill Sorter, Tom burgh land for col. era took over on the 41. has been named golf profes- appear.
weeks and the
Hawks two ago, try that promised Vach said widely known golf
Orioles finished third two The visitors started to move sional at Golden Gate Country
Cowlea McDuffle
on Friday nights It will Naples lads will seek to make and Oly Keith footballs top teams. A
legs architect Dick "has designed
behind New York and IS Darts and David well this series with runners Club Gen C.E. Jung (USAF- Wilson
game be Naples' first Saturday game history repeat. Tice has weight Ray Cookaley bowl bid was the remotest thing on by
in front of fourth-place Detroit. will Mart In the line for and Pacettl director of the a beautiful course that
since the 1962 home opener advantage but the Hawks have probably Imaginable for Notre Dame, Charles Peru Ret.), managing
Bauer, a former Marine and when 12-inch rainstorm postponed more speed experience.Chief the Wildcat struggling along fn what was to pounding out the yardage. Fort community of Golden; Gate will present a real challengeto

tar Yankee outfielder, helped Pitt' Z7.7 covered the 41 yards In Vach takes over immediately golfers with Its three water
for one night the Naples- threat for Tice la little Harold become a 2.' season Myers
bring out the best In two holes and than 100 sand
fine runner and de hardly unexpected. and scored on Peres ly more
Immokalee McKnlght, a victory wa eight plays
rookie, pitcher Wally Bunker same.Women Pensive halfback. FSU Flies To Saturday the tables will be three-yard tarry with 48'year-oldClus A PGA' traps"

and outfielder Sam Bowen Hawks coach John lamurrl said turned The Panther and Irish a minute left in the half Pereswas professional bas served u professional He added that the employmentof
Ins slimmed won It 22 game homer and Bow.and Jimmy Traer will be the starting Houston TodayFor clash again but this time It'* stopped on a run for extra and course superintendent Dempste r Brown"one of the

drove in 71 runs GolfersAt fullback for his team here Satur. Notre Dame riding the crest of point and the score remained at Green Hills Country best greenkeepers In Florida"
day night. Regular fullback Bruce an unbeaten season and No. 1 in as course superintendent assures -
Club in 111.
The tied at Intermission. Mt. Vernon
past season was Bauer'sthird
Griffin la hampered by an In. Workout the country while Pitt sports anundlatlngulahed
as a blgJeague manager Big Cypress Fort Myers took the second- A native of St. Louis Vach is club member:: the layout
and will play defense only. 2-3.J
fie piloted the Kansas City Ath. jury TALLAHASSEE (AP) Fa. In the 365 half kickoff and rolled 60 yarda married and has three sons will be maintained In excellent
Bill Tucker will play quarter What happened
Florida State die to Tex.aa
letlca In 1901 and 1982, moving vored Pitt In 12 plays to seize the lead Jon 21) James 17 and Jerry, condition.
Qualify Nov. 12 back, Joey Oration tailback, and today for last minute work. dayaT Well, for one thing, ) ,
to said the club"offers the
Baltimore as a coach for the Jung
Dewey Worklnger wlngback.In outs before Saturday' game lost a top runner In Paul Martha 13-6. Pacettl and Peru repeatedly -. 16.
83 campaign. Neat Thursday November IS, the line for the Hawks will hopeful Houston. and for another Notre Dame ran through holes over Golden Gate a developmentof newest and most complete facilities
Gene Mauch, who led Phil*. member of the Big Cypress Wo- and Alec against coach In Ara Par. in this area "_a large
be ends Lance Stahlman Coach Bill Peterson, likening found a top right tackle and Pacettl contributed Gulf American Land Corporation

delphla 14 to ,Its highest standing In men's Golf Association will Winters, center Jim Decker, his squad to "BUly the Kid" be. seghlan. the longest run,19 ya rds. expanding rapidly into clubhouse with snack bar

lock seasons with Cincinnati a aecond-place dead hoot qualifying rounds In the guards Billy Ellis and Randy cause "everyone la after ua," Does the turnabout extend to He scored the touchdown from full community status will open locker rooms can and bag

AP's National; League, was named. first annual EI.anorDuDaneTro- Gore, and tackles Jeff Barber and says Houston must not be taken bowl talk too? Among the bowl the two and ran in the extra the par-72 6,527-yard layout storage, and fully equipped pro
Manager.ofdtle.Year Tournament, I spokesman Hawk have a the Is a re.
phy Tom EggUaton The promoters answer shop "The first 125 persons
lightly in with -
earlier this week point. officially January exhibitions
announced.The 3-1.1 record. sounding but out In South
"They have aa good personnel yea and Joining the club will be given
ladies will meet first for Shadowlawn lost Its first four a* anyone we've played. They Bend Ind., it's a just as loud no. TRADE INTERCEPTIONSAs by men women chaner membership" he said

Chance Koufax an 8:30 a.m. breakfast at the games, but Coach Bill Couke.ley Just h.vent jelled," Peterson Although more than one bowl the fourth quarter open. Other facilities include a
clubhouand member planning huffled his lineup last week, aald. would love to snare an attrac. ed. Fort Myers again launcheda

Get New HonorsNew to compete In the tourney are re and the Wildcats responded with Houston, atalled with a 2-4-0 lion like Notre Dame, Athletic sustained drive going 64 Favor Gators practice and green a large driving The

quested to be present for this ear their first victory, a 19-0 decla. record, has prepared hard for Director Ed (Moose) Krauaae yards before s penalty and Da range swimming pool.

York (AP) Dean ly meeting Pairings wlU be at Ion over the Tiger at Tic. FSU. "Thla la their last chanceto put damper on the dialogue vis' Interception halted the Rip Over Georgia InSaturday's second nine will be constructed

Chance of the Los Angel An. the breakfast meeting. Halfback Bob Evans paced the do something big this year," Thuraday. adjacent to the driving range.
gel and Sandy Koala of the) Subsequent rounds In the tournament Wildcats, scoring all three touch. Peterson IIld.Althouab "Notre Dame's policy will ples. Two plays later My

Loa Angeles Dodgers, leading will be played on Monday, down on runs of ..ven. five, Peterson sees Me remain the same as It has been ers Intercepted the ball back Tilt

candidate for the Cy Young November 19, and Thursday,November lean aa the target, he enjoy since 1923," K r a u a a e said Brooks stealing one of Dono

Award as the major out. 19. Pairings the second the view from the top. He said "We're not going to any bowl van's tosses JACKSONVILLE Fie. AP>- Major League
In 1964 each and third rounds will be mad the 36 where (
landing pitcher MiamiTulaneGame Its better to be on top than to game. From Naples It's been three to two when
ha* another credit mark next to'according I to qualifying scores. have a losing season Krausse seems adamant but Brooks was brought down, the Florida met Georgia each ot the Owners Study
his today. Member are urged to register there are other teams that
name The Seminoles worked hard on Ripples scored in six plays tour years since Ray Graves be.
Chance captured the Amen,for the tourney. Tonight arent exactly hiding from bowl
their kicking game ibis week barely beating the clock. can head football coach of the
can League earned run chant In yeaterday'i regular weekly and the coach says FSU'i block. scouts Take Alabama and LSU htner was outstanding on Florida Ciato,.. New Draft Plan

plonahlp with a 1.83 average the puling the ladles played for low Seen As lug I* good. He cited end Don for example.Bear defense for Naples making "Fortunately we had the three
past season while Koufax won net honors In three classes. Flo TossupMIAMI Floyd for a standout blocking Bryant's Crimson Tide PHOENIX, Aril (AP) The
touchdown each and Geor
than dozen tackles. year
the NL crown for the third Brosaard won claaa A; and Per. AP) Miami and Tu. ob against Southern Mississippi has rattled off seven straight more a major league club owners set
( gla had the two, Graves aald.
straight year with a 1.74 mark, ry Carr, Marge Schneider, and lane have won only one game last week The Seminoles deb victories In spite of an Injury to Helping out were Lee Doug "I'U settle for the wee thing machines In motion today forado..lon

figures compiled by The Asso. Evelyn Brunt tied for top honor each this season, and their meet. bered Southern 340. star quarterback Joe Mamath. Peterson John Alexander this time. .. of a free.agent draft, a

elated Press revealed In Class B. Doreen Davis won leg tonight In the Orange Bowl FSU added a couple offensive The Tide la third In this week's Monty Hackney Donovan Mike Florida 1* favored to beat the vote on a commissioner to *uc.eeed .

Koufax ported t lie) lowest Class C.Lakers. I* a tossup wrinkles to try lIaln'llh. Coo. Associated Press rankings. Maruslak. Benny Rooms Phil Bulldog for the fifth straight the retiring Ford Frlck

National League ERA since: One tip sheet showed Miami gars. Peterson hoped the Steve LSU. No 8, I LI coached by a Flnley and Dane Scofleld. year her Saturday afternoon and the establishment of a ceo.

Carl Hubbell of the New York favored by four-tenths ot a point. Tenal tend Fred BlUtnlkoff former Bryant pupil Charlie Donovan and Lee recovered and its coring pattern Indicate tral building to house all major

Giants finished with 1.88 In 1933. Move Into '1 wouldn't quarrel with thatestimate passing attack would be aa patent McClendon and has Just the Fen Myers fumbles and Mat- about three trip Into the end baseball official.

Chance1 average wu the AL'slowest ," mad Miami Coach as ever.Houston kind of grudging defense a team oslak and Davis picked off tone All three plan were thorough.ly .

since 1943 when Spud Tie With Hawks Charlie Tale. "I think the team I* a ball control learn. need to have a chance against passes.HololnWall. The Gator have scored no discussed Thursday at the

Chandler of the Yanks wound up that get the breaks or makes Peterson was sure they would Bama's high powered offense. leas than 14 point In any game opening of a three.day summit
at 1.84. LOS ANGELES (AP) The Their at meeting that Frlck called the
the big play will win." change their offense after an game Birmingham while winning five and toeing
Chance won 20 and I, Loa Angeles Laker have moved mosMmportant and
games For first time this season open dale. The Cougars were off produce a bowl bid for one. And It took two of the na potentially
Koufax 19. The Dodgers' are Into a tie with the ls. Louts Miami 1t will start the backfield li l Ut week and had a chance to the winner. tlon'a best defensive team -. far-reaching in the history of

southpaw was sidelined for the Hawks In the Western Division had hoped to field all year but develop some surprises of their The weekend's college fare second place lubura and fourth the game.
final six weeks of the campaign.He Of the National Basketball .._ The free-agent draft
couldn't because of Injuries. The gets started tonight with two Ladies Resume place Alabama 4o limit Florida recorn.
worked 223 Innings 61 more> elation ownThe mended by tine" general
two running b a c k., Russell Cougar offensive attack gamea. Tulane visits Miami of to two touchdown manag.
than required to be eligible for The Lakers matched 8U Smith and Pete Banaatak, will la led by halfback/ Dick Poet and Florida and Virginia Military Georgia tea done some pretty era, would be similar to that

an earned run title He was the> .' 5-3 record Thursday night be at top speed for U>* first quarterback James Burrla. Poat plays at Detroit.In Regular Play fancy scoring on It* own. VinceDooI.y used by professional football: In

ERA leader In 1982 with I." by defeating the New York time. lead Houston ball curlers with Saturday's other major Members of the Hole-tn-the- has fired the Bulldogs to selecting players from the col.
and In 1963 with 1.88. Knickerbockers 1M.84 14.8 games, Ohio State which legs gridiron rank*. U adopted
_. Quarterbeck Bob Blletnlkoff yards per carry ruining Wall Women's Coif Association four victories, two losses and
whose paaatng la improving with average. dropped to second after a close their season one tie. In their last four game, the plan would go Into effect in
Guard Charlie Guerrara and eaU against Iowa, plays Penn opened regular 196$.
each game, wlU direct the of. they beat North Carolina 244,
tones, Jack Sims rounds out the end Herat Paul are till mainstays State; No. 4 Arkansas meets Thursday with 20 members par Kentucky 1UT and Clemaon 11.7 The aw commissioner will be

SrOCK CAR RACES)) backfleld. of the Houston defensiveunit. Rice; finh.ranked Nebraska ticipating. while losing to Florida Stale elected at the IMS major league

\' (( .r: Tulane will be trying to win takes on Kansas; Texas, No. 6, The group met for coffee: / and 17.14. All-aar meeting end will take

,"'7 a two in a row for the first time I plays Baylor; aeventh.rank doughnuts and heard talks by On of Florida' top offensive office two months before Frlck'

/ [under Coach Tom O'Boyle. The l)..lf N.rp.1. ventti from geedband Georgia Tech meets Tennessee: Charley and Jane Grant pros backs Jack Harper, will miss term expire next September.The .

Every Saturday Nite! Green Wave rolled over VMI IS.t ( ForkW end Bill Florida, Nag, takes on Georgiaand at the elufc.on"golf etiquette the game with an Injury. But general feeling at the

after holding MUaiaslppi t14.i ftcrntck. querttiNuk (Iron Vi r- No. 10 Purdue plays Mlchl. A best-ball foursome tourney: the Gator should have Larry meeting was that tie next ore.misaioner .

1 and Georgia Tech to '.e. \" Nr' gait Slat. and Harriet Dupree, John Felber should be a man out.
8:00: P.M. ante 11II. ere ''ih D e..k *e'Burger was played woo by Jimmy side of baseball who laU judicial

Tech beat Miami JO.O. f"'I"-1i CI-"n. ,hi' ...... Teeter. Agnes Kernjacs, Alice Jordan and Marquis Baeszler and or executive background.Each .

Huff ne and! Jerry Smith. good running form. club owner was asked to
NAPLES SPEEDWAYS Aussies OfferChallenge And the Steve Syurrier to
Members are urged to : lend one or more recommenda.
Charles Casey passing combo is
l'orAmerica's with the club concerning DOlweek' lions to a taree-mao $cre airccommittee
due to function: apIa alter aaon
Pewder event.Bobby coMtstrng of Frirk
S $1.30 Puff week against Aobura In
mad one dub owner from each
Students $1,00 Rece which Spurrier completed only circuit The club owners were

Children under 1 12 ire. Ner y YORK (AP) Aa Aue. Jones Due one pus and Casey caught only not named.

Palace Italian challenge for the Amerl. one. The committee would thee

z y ta' Cup la 1X7 has been a*. To Leave HospitalATLANTA Georgia's attack Us rested trim the list to three leading

f I cepted by the New York Yacht (AP) Bobbj, primarily oe a crunching ground eaadtdate who would be

EAST NAPLESON Club. Jones, one ot the meet famous 1 game, but quarterbacks Lraa presented to the dub owners for
Hughes and Presto Hdlehuber
THE TRAIL Australia's second Cup thai golfer la tile port's history,' a vat*.
lenge Issued after C J. defend.er planned today to leave the hex,I, are beginning to discover the The ew er*, tax** Frtrh'a
quicker route by air
Constellation defeated Brit pUll where be baa .ben, treat! rgug were to eather erect or

OPEN 24 HOURSWhere ala'a Sovereign. u September, for tare fractured rib s 8 n erect 1: along Bob with Taylor the and Fred Barter, lease a butfdtog called "R*..,
was accepted Thursday by the la a fall at his home. are teadU quarterbacks. Mil" either to New York, :1?
Bulldog rweer
Board of Trustees ot the N.Y. Jones is confined to a wheel Oslo er Loll Angeles iu hous
the Ceffee b Jet THE FINEST Yacht Club chair. He suffered the fall as he: About U.OCOspectatoraarees. the -oBmlMtoMr, the two

5c BURGER IN TOWN The United Sates Us held the wheeled himself to hi* televtsloa I petted U the Gator Bout for the league president ant the '44o

Cup since 1131. lit traditional game. < the miser leagues.t .


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Cowls COUNTY NIWS Naplet. He. Mdey. November 4, IU4 J\\
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\,'; SEKVM I 10 BUY 10 s\\\ II RENT


BT Anna LkButBI B... I

a r n tosts orrao

Many of today's auto roads... .*hlpa,' the dried ecaU which

---- -- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS laid atop ancient buffalo path*. measured 12 inches la diameter l

The mighty mammal inerUy and burned wU To tilt Plain Midway 221071Announcements

formed a swath that was deep, Indians, bison wr a necessity _

ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERS wide and straight across bordering on the magical. They

prairies and woodlands Their called them "Mtwkw4ay" S4-Trade or Sell

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BIRDERS flrmly.packed fame trails be. P4.ke," or Tah.... .keh.'I 14-Help Wanted MU

SHES earn pathway for Indians, tot*. Early Spanish explorers lacked ,
Iff .I".n "
'u.y rodm" 0.4 Will lwp IMP0,5 Nonckere0r
r MEADORS1JEWELRY roads for trappers, wagon way the Indians' tamUlarltwltll these SWAMP BUGGY to' ....dy wort on M.... ,IM 10. Call W. C Whitiock.
Gbf 5 "? Airport R.... f'f" m I'IZI.A.? ISOIi for pioneer, later,country lane gigantic hoov* of .
.c 0 -il"" .....*?." and finally highway and rail tonlo de Soils in 1(21 wrote,'No. Selected photos of Swamp eel Island' .Marco. Dev.loprn.nl Illand, Phone Cora Ml Florid ll/l MSSStores

'Pre-1,5,55 III' 1-0 MI a 1011 roads The Wabash, Chesapeake thing was mon surprising than e> lll ,

Gift JowoUy Antlouot Ii*r/n Tr.ll,outilo-o or lake ellyf.U. 1g? FIFTH "VI IO and Ohio to mention two rail the sight of the Bull of Mexico Buggy event may be pur- ,..*,I.ft'M mn wanted for Office
of severaldivers I chased from property mmlnnc and Und-
ways follow many miles of old a rare composite
cap. work Good wit**. po>* Off... ipecac for ,*.... Cent
BARBER SHOPS DRUGS SERVICE STATIONSROSSI'S buffalo tracks animals) taking from the TOM McGRATH Call Ml, 1 MM lof afeck .- '' '' ". "." 're, to
B ls no credit to Americans, camel the hump upon the Photographer P-'!!"'"''''' 114 191holHjay Ml 'ilau, ll/l tf

P PRESCRIPTIONS however, that w* "memorlallM"th shoulders; from the lion, the 1152\ 3rd St. So. MI t.... ( Cnithar. .M. .."Operclor.Operitor ."'C en. Truck Roller

-u- tt* PARK ITO.EITTHO.lt 1)( Pilled. : BO B1 S buffalo with roads, for this 1* flank dry and drawn UPI the talltufted ads Heavy ouipm.nl aili 57-Houtet For Sale

; IARgE"ACCURATELY' 'L SERVICE about all w* have left of our orl. and the neck furnished witha VERA'S BEAUTY SALON P-wln.- -C.-. N.ptM 10/Tl tfC

I ,.. STATION final, natlv livestock. Before long fringe In the manner of a I IH MB tt toulh ............l Noundtman) s.5.nPly Pn.. Forced tale ky owner. t kdroom .
Naples Shopping Cenli Ps.mpF Delivery Corner of lltrt Ave 4Tth Irym541 D.I : I kith CIS hose on
Barber Shop DON'S Mechanic Road. Sorvlte4MO the whit man pushed over the m.neJ and from the Bull, the Itreet Ml 1' M47 !: I.. CMS rl NI''i' .Cent! |l>.to*. Ml" 14M4IQH .
...11.. horn th feet "/l| If "
L.wvMU NIII.rMer LIGGETT REXALL wldlroiloplsa Appalachians, then wr an *s.tlmattd and cloven. Out. IfII

60 million bison on this side of which It Imitates the UNIFORMS Illh SI 1 North'
North Troll MI 2 3817 ,
$1II t* its N All 1 tuet Hiit
Slapping Can1211.. continent. Some naturalists any froclty of the last In the vigor end ..... W* hiv 000.4LINNII'0 15-Sli, Help Wanted NEW I /...,_. t kith, Goth
"..... kilchn. Uttll
CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIRJERRY'S 100 million! Th*animals wedged ousneis and the lightness with Blrco met ly room tlclric crnod" porch. Oe.

east U tar a* western Pennsyi.viola which It attacks" UNIFONM SHOP .Mn. t Clothing full lime 'is,' H.il and Air Con II1.M*,
it .
Fl M, Fl*
IMI Hendry rt .. oN .
no *.p." Memory ItM dawn III per moosIll-
1 JAEGER INSURANCE and New York, south to Thus, h* deelrbd naively the ID ,IOIM3BoattMetort .>..Ming"lift w loom I".....'" w5. ,.,.., ond lane included
V IXIHGTHMIN t northern Florida and covered fearsome buffalo bull which has ..." l M.n' 5500 ILocal. :

DRY CLEANING Q UVI .ON'T-AIV PAYMINI I ,J' .1 f., southern Canada, western United .o raptured Imagination of in.Adecs. Acces.critic !. .._I.neM .Yl.me.5e,. VINCE CONBOY

\' lit ONE DAY s I\: f AUTO-HOM*Nt PJI-FIHg' C Mill M full, ; States and the Alaska Rang south In the cam year, Cor. ea45m55 w144.4. wan 50M 0.0vo .. III SIN..f"!fuel Porheep

T SERVICE 4 klVj NAPIes INOPp/ND" CENTER S /-,..-millWORK of Falrbanka. ta had seen such a bull In s pen to earn .II.. then Ownas
I Ching in *."... plant forctttl Man chaff milt k* a* HUNTIHor
In .
NORTH TRAIL M' I-nu OVARANTXLD City, then an Aztec *t Ihi, kutilul l> ChntCrift live. with, high level telling For e new or live Mt MomefYou
6th Av
842 So. Ml.
*., 2-7390 UI" NO PARALLEL stronghold These Indian had Twin Ingm. Nd method. I..! mmitlon plan
th .1.100)
lf\ An *. Ml I i40i D.m.ur..sh.4 with otherIrmge von
Th Era of Exploitation 1s with brought the buffalo 300 miles funkt. Cutlom Depth made PMS Cushions,: ***rch ".".".. lee *oy<* lot went. m the kind, ., noighkorhood .

out parallel In the annals of wild. south to present to their royal trw Cock Pit C.11140..m1,054 ton N.rth Wood Trill Chrysler. Plymouth I ll/l U21Lo.t you you went.en within.Nerd th* pricerenga .55.
Call MI
life destruction. It began during leader rail/ t0/1111 yes 144hi pas.'m44 N C.
would Such a mil might stand 70 rlbb..s Sully S.Ip yes..
the 1780*, Wagon trains
aEP 54OULPEREOTRANS. pass herds for days without end. Inches high, weigh 1800 pounds, ?Chris 0 Ft Crin Eittern rngin In tklff.' yeah III A Found POM 'INITANCEI

measure 11 feet long and sport a Deck Ned', Depth Finder, drtm t kith In *ig e".....
went., Sports
killing U thy
Nw Paint' and Varnith. lie Pd roads.5, 5115... In 4.'b Golf a Country Club [soles
HAWK boarded railroad trains for *x.curslons one foot tall (as an afterthought et Ihlpo.r'1 Mlrlna.. St rap t.sc 10" ''n 0 5450 Cook's Terr. Floor*. FJvrt Cycle'

of bison slaughter Hun. against files). The maximum "I llOO' '0/70 11 .u"d..tI. H.m. on 5415540 Hlg i. Air Cond Tile Noofgrig ..
MI, T 0011. .. paved draw and longtctped
LDCINTArCNIS tr shot from train windows,left weight ever recorded stand at I t MunollynOrdwly

rr circuit to rot. BUI Cody and 3100 pound from the Kansas 12-Hlp Want.dM. ",..., 1 seals ...... hr
/ +,, (y other professional woodsmen plains. Normally, cows run 73-Mlic. For Sale I YIN yam. ....u....
dW/NDOW1" / I A to 1200 .".... ..,'. for modern I
smaller 100 Urm kith
TAME, might shoot II buffalos per day averaging od. lawman lunch N 00'" I en MickigenAve
ll rSg with
| complete
WTi /I, HANDSOME to supply work crew with m iU pounds .1*rv amm.nwras. with" iSl PILE i* toll and lollyart .aI I...,....... lot

WN 3 ,, d J r 8ENlnCllfl. s/RD By 1820 not a single animal was While the Spaniard marvelledat Hy good Mutt refereniet Sao *Writ porlenc 500 1',11 Lined retain orals hrillianr BlueH.rtric lobe. In Is/pNI Ac's III THIS new I I* 1

THKUOUTFLOUDA9 left east l of the Mississippi. In the bison, they knew nothing AM. Collier County H.... thimpooer II NepietrurniNt fig liih AV* to Ii4 I'sCOLIMAN

FOUND 1889, then wr 541 bison allv of the fascinating life history of 10/4 Ce .... Uf IIad OVD. "niterin
TeMS5. Ml MM
ONE OF over the *ntlr*continent accord. these wide-spread animal It 1J In.lo6. yelr rwn. ""nlSo htlama ( lit f ,

4' OUR MOfT COMMON log to Hornaday Their Us remained for late explorer to record r.li.bl (veninit end Sit: I lots Bed 171 ROYAL HAFJROFJMotl .
t urdlyt Apply Naples rtter*! N./nA orale, |Mtl"
e HAWKS MAIN POOP lucky rd.fUow had been killed these detalla. HOT D... 11/111 7 flint, like 111 for Ih* .. attractive t .M,...... I

, IS SNAKCSI.IZAKff, for hides, tongues, robes, sportor (to be continued: ) IWiMed' Nug Oval .11.,. kllh horn *.n...*.ultl.. ending key. Formerly Movortookmp. ..

FHOS9 AND INStCTS* to starve out the Indian on 13-Help Want Female [I'a 1 II 171I sod ai a model. Ihitretidance
w ... offered with or
Circuler' elded rug III it
i ALSO EATS HATS, Mid plains.T without furmthine* and tin k*
1 Indian themselves had PUBLIC NOTICE tlNIOn IAUTV OPSWATOK "I I NIl 55? 1 PM purcheted II a ligur* well ke-
\ Ili' 4 ; AND RARELY 0/CV For *itbli.hd shop in 554.11, 'f low cluil .**l. For *ppointmem .
built an entire economy on these Meply Cllier Cdwnty Nt .> cell Ml 1711. or drivoul 5
# \ INHABITS SHAM WOOD' wooly creatures. Thy killed for NOTICE: OF INTENTION' NAME TO.. A II I/M IfLdy Fur UN Airplin lirtl. t* FJeyil ...,... .",.. le-

8ROADW/N6f LANDS, WOODS ArD4'ND utility and were natural conr.vatlonlsta REGISTER Notic I* herb'ICTlTlOU'given the Ih* 'u71 g.... N, Call Ml/ I f"l'.Her I em. dv ll/l,I/ UHOMEt

AND TAIL LAKIS AMP RIYERS, at bee rt. From bison undrtignd. Harold N Smith, d. F,,... MI i'a:.,. till 11 11/. II *V ITONI
andpukhthing AIM AOUf wr5 hem
Irmg to engage in Ih* priming
04lD LEN6TN 5 5 PRAIRIES AND they fashioned ban Implements : hutmett, at 100% owner. )ntmtd' 26 PertonalALCOHOLIC under construction on *.....
TO ?,< warm blankets hides and fine under the fictinout ...m. of tmilhPrett. villini I* ,earn AIM eapable r.at 'Ion Circl' >n NAPltt tOUlN
fRESN WAT IK0JRP5 *l till ISIS Avenue North. esw.r1,5 *)he i* .nd **rvin It 11:l I toe with good arms
INCNrf s WING" MARSWrSININrs.ADUin feasts. Fuel cam, from buffalo M Ih* City ol N.pl.., Florid. In.lend *. rcpliMil. Writ Pea ANONYMOUS.. DOWN. PAVMtNT PNO.
to regular th* taid' fictitiwi* AM Cellar, Ceunty N.... Men or women wi'h drinking LIMit.. lie ut ....., allowing
SPREAD .9S % n.m. with Th* Clrk ol th* Circuit: II// It ../.....* Ash for help ky **H credit for ony peinnng. mao .
Court of Colli.r' ,ins MI ...11 v...,.. .*rdiilyw.lerne ry or eleelcitil werk you tin
OF Ocl 21t0. Nov t. II'r..ll"J: w.-; r.n'..! Apply 'bon' *. Meeting M Firtl, d* lowird tin cotl of your new
eafrY Rev New Benefits LVad1 500.11 Orues 111111 1.,10. Church) ..""*. on Hhtl home.
N011cr' ow INTENTION TQNiGiflie at 'Ih Ave vry Tu**. and WILLIAM 1 IIJ.I. 'INC
BELOW, BARRED L FLORIDA VItTITIOu1 1 NAM Ledy lor yeer round .maJyment Frl night it I* P M .
hlDROWNr4DDYE *l Prelhert Dry Cteonmg 44 Tenth a,. N* Ml t IMI
BLACK, WH/rfG BHOHNA80VC 0 YOU/0 f Now Available II'i: I i Dept. Mutt k* ttaokl of heel

DUFF'IjgrRIAKED 5I OW eulnm .< tid Av* N.plM. norMs hand ironing Pleete apply Inperton 3o-Wntd To Buy /MALI UTA"t .
.. f PrtInert Lovely Nero C'I hr. Alma Nis
under Ih* lictilieu l m* *
WATER FISH COMMISSIONEGLER'S THE: COTTON SHOP *.d ,,,., *.d> ) ll/l ItI.H.lp Ued pickup Irks MIN. Nrom pe.I0..M insole All
FLORIDA GAME AND FUtfH Under SS BillThe rMN Ow.' toe Sswl Pelmtree
firm I II tmMd N th* lollowmip 0000.MIh.1 tlehlmin Prep ..
*, men* ."'..., nil* I*. ..
/ lroid.ncM
r.on. what n m* end pl*4.s MIN' Mlnlnnc' ] .
Ce.,1 PrSI }| M*, Ownnttt
Wanted Male f $50014. *
C0 NIoRNorman ai
*' i
ocla) Security amendments Illtl Ave North, Ml

signed Into law on October 1104 H..'.". 'M.r.hb.rg Nod. 8-Auto For Sale .....,.or. I Ml*. traker Lau c o-tfI
.'.dan. n I. STEADY 'Oil Young _
13, w bring new higher. O".IIp, elTHg COTTON HOf k drm I ..,... furmehodIn
tollowiMH man II to 26 y nt. uf age ..... .
'S benefits to more than 100,000 n N / Park Would lontiderrenting
| Norman L Mltshbe'. to reiiakie lonani* Mltt
Mild be trhool
I K( totally disabled workers and dependents It it ;my .inlnti I* *pply (e Ih* high gradu COLLIER COUNTY u li/l it
t C,,,. *f the Circuit. CMrl H *nd etd Good opportunity you
according to John W, lot Cellur County. rtorid. Je r.|. MOTORS I edroem' I ..,". 0.... O*.
ORlHElX BY HAZEL ABRAHAK60N ) Robinson, district manager of tttt lh* led nom. *l TME COTTON arc willing. in work and. yams I Tn Air Conditioner ondDith
aNOn under the prfwNUM L.., (hente Save hunerWt enM wthr Fwrmthed or oofurni <
. . . . . . . the Sarasota Social Security of hrMI'otll. Ltv* .( Plrid., Item f'harertvr rfrenreiriulr Chrytler and Plymouth* >hd III KM HI Mlh. Avo
Act* : * office. .. my h>nd the Mlh dr .f go For ,into lee or Blvd Co..p.T7T
The newly signed legislation O.'r. .. I I' In your own huvlwrltlng tuOR8ntililllvrrr. one ., kit tiger 5.lsm54a, WoodChrytler .,......* on* kedreem *portmnt .
)"MAN L Hl) |Hil Plymouth.----ULJ.! !/ with **.*...*. porch ovortaokina
removes a restriction on the Pet M. Nv H, M. IH 1)41 N. wirwy lit N*

retroactivity ofsppllcatiasfor |pin 10.30 IfYllediss .)..cap, wliN w.05'I1.I INN ..A 1 lm fh.rlet Caa. Meellor i '
BROOKSIDEBOWL hit the pins well for a big 236 FIRST FLORIDA Insurance benefits. Notice on INTENTION ttletoletle ...nddUs111 1111 n II lit 4lh A.. to M1111'
disability ,
PtCTI11011HAM e 'I/_. PretkyUriiri
Stars of the week for lut game and missed a 600 series Food Bank 271/281/2 This restriction had caused T" wnrin d d o. Mrby s.. (..urch IH day ...". t hour

week at Brookslde Bowl were by only 13 pins Harold Dan Brookside Bowl 25 11 some disabled workers and 0A lily OI44Ss,,,., v* ..bvemm>. cwuJiMilini., Imm.b.IM. Wxt day Ml/ 11111 It/4 41TrvcllTractors Stolon For SaleCOMMCACIAL

George Han of the Church League leis turned In a 206 game, Fuller Industries 231/2 121/2 their dependents to receive to.'.. yM.0 tM hadu.s saw.N 5_.,sm.4 .. ...., mm"'"
PRONIIICNOP cod 55.5 said ale eiMeynini Mul 5. eI LOT
Marvin LeMas'ers a 212 and Krelllng and Sons 18 18 CMC TRUCKS
who rolled 166 pins over reduced social security benefits Son Ie i .empo *4 IMI0w0.S !.., ll It Mil appoerant*
561, and Leon Snyder a MOo Conditioned Air 15 21 t.r an* win fime* end ,!N... and plt'ng prtnlily. OpportMftity OM tho ..*. IriMtt for your Jutl off Iho Trtil -. tin Ave
average, and Norma Queeney or to lose their disability N ,**.d.....** ono N ,....*. te tat. charge if full, -., I.. North. IM.IMUIV ASIA
of the Sugar and Donut League 0 0 Team 15 14 22 Insurance rights entirely. CO n.rt isst1IsTne/w.: / ;* .1.4 ...,....... ,",,,.'M Ap turr OMC INC. Pri* III.M
600series and 22games J King Insurance 13 23 0''if oyd r 0- pay Mr N.rrs. 501...'. Asml.54LWIIN
who was 122 over average. Four Under the previous law, an *>.Or: :....Me" *f MONTI IN SHOr I Se ...." MMN' M' .111 Ills It 471 NA5 North .
these win of 200 or over were posted in Naples Gas Service 8 28 t1 loll.", Temporary kMalion44Moblle ON.SWn5i51Marwm;
to for Insurance
application disability Ca0wo.IN10r, 4 Ch.rMI.
they will be wearingthe the First Florida Classic League e benefits filed after Olryd
Wednesday night as Big Tex It I* .ur .nl.nl'en ,. nMy W ape runic NOTICE Homes DEWEY POLLY
Star of the Week awards 30, 1ge2. couldestabllshspar- ricri ifM Circuit Ceurt w end
Kaverrnan J blasted the maplesfor PINE LANES 'o Ceth. te.wr ''
the shins. 'r'1a'y\ REALTY
on bowling iod of disability beginning no .
.I.rM sold Mira 1 ItM Mom Tnby.r tal
games of 221, 201 and 246 The Pampered Poodles move earlier than 18 months before HOP under -f/lion* of Ck.eler IN THE CIFJCUIT JUDICIAL COUNT CINCUlTIN OF k.r** 5 to lead his team Fuller Industries ed Into first place Wednesday mil, :: Ser.ds Act* of, TWtlFTH AND 'DillCOUI' 1 Harmony Shore Tr..,.. Perk 0... Oswey. ......,. 051110as.
the date of application. Workers INS COUNTV. FLOWO* Call Ml" I Mil. after I N ..at Are N. sMT.m
A Scotch Doubles event Is to a four-poIM win over night In the Bowlerene League who had been disabled for =,our Hindi ,It,. Wtk day IN CMANCIFJV .* ..ml ,'...

scheduled for Brookside Bowl Brookside Bowl John Scull when they won three out of more than 18 months and who ol Od IM4FOT(" QINOVDCHANLOTTE LOACH NOTICE, INC TO DIPIHO, 4S-Tf..lef* For Rent ...Y. 1.1 MI -f1SNNY ...de (oh.LsI. .

Friday night- there will be two of the same wlming team rolled four from Party Pantry as Naples did not apply until after June net M. Nv 4. IN. INstile". PISM. Cap.'e5'*. "'" ,..... ,.,....
......, ,
of 212, 202 and 212 Floor Covering was winning Trail.rt UN a .54. .lh t No. NNI, iM11.0.r .
squads, the first bowling at 8:00 games 30, 1962 found mat they were TV III N .... tpcet > Ie tli 0,5 10 ... It.,...
pjn. and the second at lOjOO for a nice:: 626. Hufcle Han only one point from r abe r- either ineligible for dlsabi'ltyInsurance "NOTICE'fOllttr*OF INTfNTlON, NAMEMANOtO TO MARY RICMASD PUVAhutkang A .PUVA and '< ..... "Nab' C'... frailer llWM" V 1i.1.na reeiTon!.

for the losers hit 205 and 202 Hair Realtor. Whitaker and for F : CWO. MILtN and wife. Pert 1/i151 liel kuiMin; lot teven Mock

p.m. for a 562. Danny' Haves of King Nicholas took three from Mr. or were eligible H RASP hvtheod and wile. ond Dependent. front Gulf HIS 4vetMM.. withfrewir
only reduced amounts. H LEWI CMAMkgrUAIN a Higl* TO NlCMANO A PUPA and end all *.sas.m.ols pole
S Insurance team found the pickIngs Sod and Landscaping, and Bob's man, 'heraky certify was they ar* MAN PUVAhvtkeod 41-ApU. For lent Cherle* Co*.NeeMer. Th* Moil.
Most of theN disabled people endutmg a mow: an*) apartment end ...* day II* 4lh Av .. Ml" I lot.
The Dixie Crystals led by easy as he rolled a Esso took three from Jim'sSunoco. and their families will now receive .ntal kutinet and furmtMng ..../ III I W INN10.44. ..
237 and 183 game tots 663- A 820 by MargaretSimpson n' Mil/ ng torvicet 1M/.. eommodt- /00 1. N. PNrld. EBB TIDE APiWeeblp
TUlie Davis who rolled a nice: benefits ss a result of i e* omelly incident ": LA.Ne'p Lot 'lh E Mooring Use)
the four split In (he last was for the t. ., :MOTeL MINNom \ I .r.J'firm Owner E P
201 and 812 series moved big high night the In die the litl-tiout nemo of TO .'NICMAPO PUPA and Monthly :
game hurt as he was on his she rolled 193 change law. Letters *TtWA"T Y.... Ht urtify that MA*" PUVAi \y Pet***, ..< M* tpringlitM, ., IIInt .
Into a tie for fourth place as game U a game to hive gone to those newly .h., .'. 5S. ISre .M "' "t ease's i I beM end wif. n
700 reach this Katie IWO ,' ..... ... : flliiKniei. Oer, Week orMeo'h
series. '
way to a let. Dewcy taid enterprit each) North Mem ttrMtMonro
they took all four points from 'llglble for benefits id Ire them OMMIO wHeraet therein .. IdloveiMerotd *, New VorkVou *II MOTll ] Ml SOCK NANOn)

the Allspice. The league leaders Wright rolled the other 600, tossed a 185 game,Jeanne Melt. what steps will b* taken to process F NNN and 555154 w tit ......, necr.ed lk.l a J..... or MI t-4100 l .... .... .
Mjntil 0. sshAMMN
a 601 with a 227 game Paul zer a 186 and Ann Follls 178. ASp kvekend ind will 11% rempi aMa.. Morigege Forocioturek.t **
the Nutmegs, won three their claims for benefits. I.own; CkemkrlinM keen tiled egeinel you and 054o.iVI5vS' !.I a.P, ads M5p0 w. 0
from Cinnamons and held Ciickenberger hit a 224 and Frances Walker convened the < >gi Ion" me ..% ) .4 I* "r.e a I/ .< 7 kedroom a4. aompieiely rvrnrthod reM 51.54 IPM. 04410 hug,
onto Those mad for rtlsy detent
eligible higher i,d tnt H* place of 5.11MI .... or to sal weiking ry on
Red <5. r pieedmg 1A'SAweINNosHI.
230-576 difficult
AI Husk 1.1-10.pllt. J..ItC'r:1: e5 keeck end I it per
589) theppmg
their one point margin over benefits will get the Increase ij n ... North N* rmplnt' on Iti* p.r* 1"oet l11541
SauchelIt S t .... wee* vntK Dec or Ott. M.,0UmDEWEY
222-546j Harry : p e* Law F 'm of
Lord >
the Paprikas who also took three will: the checks d*'ivrd 10 "They MI it >t ikoir intant.0" r *.ctt: VISA ( Of'H.:: 'tl' II/*_ J Noklo w/yM

from the Rosemarys. Wanda 226-5811 Ken McConkey 213- Shirley Johnson was the liar them In early December .,. .4Nv 10 lie Clor f> th* Orwrtrourt NiCNOLt, Wit* II earth *..'Id.g MABLX SHORES: APT
CUUnd 200-576 Bill of Wednesday m ads0 Coll,or Count 55I10,51 ltd or mlthereof POLLY
Jones again hitting her stride 570 Ev die Big Cypress League Robinson said that severely end to r..'*ir me Mid ...... M !*> ofruj: :/ft Ih* l; | Ml I44MKelly
rolled the of die Jones 213-548 Normao Turner u she blasted the pins M9TEL the ft tk* Circuit Cevrt of CoM.er CM n I, ( H..4 ond ATM AFornitnod "
disabled workers who .J..rt
high worked
game day 203-200- c-ovhvon of ihtpier ..* *rrioru It tie! Neploe. Florid* on or Mlr fcedri... *oJ.. REALTY
Ned for nice and I
I 213 and posted a (12 series 207-568 Dorsey a a big under social security for at AM ft IMI .* aexodedWne Ih. ..... dy of Novmkr ,IH4eioKC ... ... ,..5 51 sS.Id,54. --\1.'
Ite Wolford a 209 single 567 series. Andy Rogers 198. ) ** tk.., hend thm Ir* d., "II yell .ot ie de ... 0.,.. I'so54. u
also high for the day. Elouls Mil least five out of the tea years -.' ..*.......*, 144N "_ ", .It .. 5.554 0555044 054a N l045049Hou1.e arw r'Iy. 5..R
Williams turned In a 506 set. game, and Jo Salmon a 660 524 was next In line. Gene before they became disabled. ttWIt CMAMIfDlAlNMi won o$1 4e* Med M .... rem tornor lot,. w M..M NS9Acreage

Revs Carr, with a 126 average series without a 200 gamy Teasier turned In a 190 game but who have not yet applied NILtN oio M r P.AKOP.Allit" N AND =.it> n In' Fef lent 15M jet
The 1, Or. I0rle. tthn '
and Jack Flnzcr a 196. a w M ety 5.0415. ejH>* '
rolled three games over her for sods! security disability at law ) i 5 rfiet dy of Oa/.a. A 0

average a 155. 153 and 14T SUGAR AND DONUTWON Herrens. Jane and Norman Insurance benefits, should gelIn M.IP..5 .-. awls ItM SEASONAL MINTALSIM
LOST rolled of 162 and ITS.BOWLERETTU ftftt M4 aAfT T ICO"fhH
for a 435. Kathy Croak bba games touch with the Fort Mytrs "*"1.i ti r n SON em I 0< l ewoMt COMrtUlr | ads re for season Pa NN NrM,
173 Ruth milsed Nltaneg5 21 11 e Br'nth Office *' C WMy FkHid* ..N1 1 = ,.:../ .!.tt" 55.Cam.M ./
game. Dodge 20 12 promptly. or w re ft INfl MAQILLDepvAr MARLOWE AND BECK Parer. MwelS
I triplicate by 6 puu when Paprtku : Moats: ,eMe.*>AMEkr Oer* .Pheee MI tr..l hl 5411) N
11 13clou IMlTM CA A*4tL VtOAen EAITOMIill .
she rolled two 1961 and a IX. sages WON LOST .TS., ssdI's.5s... 5 4,54 *.y t.t 1- n'' A.* to (rr a*,** aoTiOMMg'ttrove.
11 U m15 I wr dv.5..s a m51M a.:fT..L... .'I'i ads .
.. fMei, i IMItTJee my wtr olreet*
Poodles 27 tt .5 154 .
4.M0e "
Dixie Cryltl" It U Pampered Movie Festival) -.Mw CM'.r 'rJ; I= M 4IPSIOe,1 T i.eWom" Ajrwokedrtta ....... Term
Naples Floor C v. 24 14 .. '"" AMlolo
ft HA Ml 1 Um
My Iw/4ye. ** I W1
IT 14Glngere PMLIS "elf I It ,.. ,...
3 saws M9TO LOOSE 'N/ Pint N. Hyoo Mildy Obsess
The Merchants Faber-Halr 241/3 151/2 Gets Peach Film
Wednesday IS It <*) >. .. IMM4 e> :: cc..s:! 'we 5005 .... .... 5 AM JAEGER
night league saw the Firebirds Party Pantry 20 20 o-- *Ses. a1.Ip1. ,..d Bt4. :ft rojf> I ..... fowmooed S*/.. ROBERT H
II 2iCkEaMme U* ALAMO ._. .. '...Y....... 00e
AJIIpke X.M. (AP '1 Nadia. 00 Ufl per *kMH yar round N. Al. .....
move back into first pUce as 11 21gtseteary5 Mr. Sod Lands. 171/2 :221/2 Official of the MenMtioMl 0"11.- ......uICTI,""'" MAY. ,pM'i A.rfki* Se'- Chart** It,".. .-....... e., 1 "41
1 Ai.:1:! MM4115. TM ......0 M .105mM Ma 554 CM o II t*
took from 'bILWr1cho1U U 24 r m
they two Lange Bros., I' 2'Z peace ram rtvti n !u ,_Id. ._.....S MNM. Ie NlMe, 'M,44NwoI Ml /11 AIUI M >. eero tree** .l M ..w* o..4
wbIA Palace winning U1/2 241/2 05.4 MM .M per -... No tutor***
G -
Burger was Jlnj-l Sunoco Masses ...r* *oa>ewttt ea*. Ime.. aS HAPIsS Metes .
.. 80.05w =II o..e muo front O44dMCR
three Iron Abbott SeawaBs. MERCHANTS LEAGUE Bcb'I Euo 13122612BJGCTPREM crMd vtea UM first entry le""o=Ie 5Mw I ... SQ-Koomi Foe R.nt : ,. OPM Sunday. c...

to move too I tie for second Flrebll4I 11 t arrived a4 the snovle was on .I nv, MMetition to *py M0 TM lyp ft;: k..*""MI Ie k* *'.t.eM Mr Cowty Heony. t/1* tf
erk of Ik* Crrcwf Cwn n 5'M.'> I.HMII ffM
place with Moorings Texaco who Burger Palace It It hew to grow MIter teecbe.. ; Caln taunt. Fur*** to re: rut TnMjo*.*i *.... 'er-is sad ...14
22 14 111M a kaety recheck of theailing t.4 nomo of NAFtl Itlerotdr to k* tfjtftf M i.e'1'N54 ;: I I1aJ1 61-Uwxnoi Property
from l'
1 Yahl 10
woo only Moorings Teases Ospreys MOtee' LOtXJE under Ik* r.v Hff+t f... e r.r.e5 ft IA ,
Bud Daniels roiled a Once triplicate Yshl Bros It IlRole's Pot Holes 211/2131 1/2 label towed UM tfloi *ne i*.* of Fl. k* -*d M OSPR T e
had toe" a4tr4 tono.* .NqC.f44..1.81| ffid.. '* *** *"* 1''* SI-Wne i Te lentS vodry .-
three 1U games, and Teasel 11 12 Swamp Rats 21 11 .iTNftt =v kond *n4 to.Ind .. YNNoes. N Leute4
touraetkwal Peach film 1..u.na. .. .,
J. NNeAp.rl
win soon be weartni the ABC A..E. Recrudta 14 U fathers Ml/2 111/2 ." 4 day NM.AtlE, yem.f t'D ltt)tI. OfLIA ffMkOhl a iINMN .,, ,....... Seem ,.......,...

TrVUcate patch. This Is the Lat\. B..,.. U 14 White Herons 1. 1'1 .50M0y50 a McOANIti. 'OM TMtAOMlil.1Anornoy serlve sNv./1 Dee.N lIt, MARLOWE ANDUECKFJEALTOM

second trtpUcan for this league SuriI/dnI/ Hdwc. t 11 Bobcats! ut/l 221/l I* 1.05/d.LIw4: ... M P.** ft'd Lao. >..<>. 00 000.5 00 Sum 0 0050-Y.'b S0 to owed i \
this season. Moon Mollta Laynletv.15 Razor Backs 131/7 221/5 CALL nil: *E"'B FOE ", 'OMC Florae /0.. pro* ftf. +t 5541 ,N51Ms'e CNI.er : v "
was Nama" r
RUBIES nay A II ... Il IM4 '. > 16.I 1 M Nev P i 154I05 1LRtrs. .N 1111 Aol I tit" I 1LL.t5iM: 1
Ugh( man of the league U he A1ItJot:'. $eswalls '1 20 Goon U 23 STAMPS

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| COUNTY NEWS N.pU. Fla Fnd.y Nov.mb.r t, 1..4 I

Mariner 3 Fight For Control Ofi


Flight To lR i GOP Breaks Into OpenWASHINGTON .

Mars (AP) Richard GOP "must move toward the
FlopsCAPE M. Nixon has fired at Gov. center of the political spectrum .
iiaL Nelson A. Rockefeller u a ," announced Thursday he .
"spoilsport" and been called plane to call a meeting of the .
( )
"peevish" In return u the fight Republican Governors Assocta.
The stricken. Mariner 3 "
for control of the Republican lion about Dec. 1, probably In a
spacecraft whirled through It' t4', party breaks Into the open. But Midwestern city.
as a helpless hulk today,
space like former President Dwight D. Here the 17 Republican governors .
unable to fulfill its miNion al
Eisenhower, they appealed tor can be expected to chart a
the first spacecraft to probe the
unity. course for reviving the party

planet With Mars.Mariner 3 a $*5.mllll',n vwS ar The party struggle entially
an effort by moderates to
loss, the National Aeronaut!< <*
wrest control from Goldwater
and Space Adminletrat) !
conservatives had been pret. Keating PlansTo
turned attention to Mariner 4, a
ty much off-stage until Thurs.
which officials
twin spacecraft
launch two day. But then, at a news conference .
hope to within Remain In
: weeks in New York, Nixon spoke

Exact date for the launching up.The
depends on evaluation of Infor. former vice president, Political Life
mellon from Thursday's failure. EI \ who campaigned widely for
The space agency has until Dec. Barry Goldwater, said Rockefeller WASHINGTON (AP) De.
: who cool to the Arl. spite his defeat
LI I to fire the Mariner 4 rocket was In last Tues.
1 ,t After that, Mars will not be In conan's campaign: "got his day's election, New York's Sen.
of Kenneth
position for a launching until pound flesh B. Keating Intends to
TO HELP The New York governor, said remain active In politics.
December 1966. Mariner 3 was to have crossed N thhI Nixon, was the "principal diet.der" "I've no plans to seek another
"ipl/ et'k piesentt'd to Miss Donna Salmon daughter of ;Mr "
of the Goldwater cam. elective
350 million miles of space In 8Vi and Mi'*. (luuleg! Salmon, a strings account She was born 111> rears palgn. And, Nixon continued, post said, the In an 64.year.oldRepublican InterviewIn

miles months,of skimming Mars next within 8,600 17, ages\ on During a brief encounter July with .1I: I I";) p.m. The bunk hold a hirthdapaity for both Donna and the "unifiers rather than dividers." I'm not going to retire."

the planet, the craft was to have radio station \\ ith ill bonk personnel 1 participating I In the picture, Rockefeller is vacationing In His plans are still up In the
DISCUSSING new ruling of Hoard of Realtors on snapped pictures and gathered left to right, ins llomei L Dixon, general sales( manager for WNOG, Spain, but a spokesman in NewYork air and he's In no hurry to rush
MIM Donna Salmon and Gene Turner of Flint released a statement call. them now. He expressed hope
employment of salesmen ar' I to r. Haven Hammer scientific data. president National
There were Indications that piesenting Donna with her saunas book as her birthday gift tog Nixon's remarks "peevish, they might Include some form.
secretary of the b(1< ,11> board president See itni\ the fiberglass failure shroud resulted did because not separate a. (Caples photo) Said the New York governor, First, however Is an extended

from the spacecraft. The -a member of his party's liberal vacation on St. Thomas In thff

Voted shroud was designed to protect Local VFW Sponsoring Visit wine structlve"This rebuilding Is a time of for the con.Re.publican Virgin Islands beginning Sun'
Key Change Mariner 3 from aerodynamic day.The
vital forceIn
stresses during the upward push party as a white-haired senator wudet.at.d
of American
through the earth's atmosphere, the mainstream by Democrat RobertF.
then was to political life. Mr. Nixon's latest Kennedy In an election which
Jack N,eject.James, Mariner Circus maneuver Is hardly calculatedto laW President Johnson carry
By Realtors Board project director, said early European Style advance this effort." New York State In a massive

today the shroud may not have Party moderates are expectedto landslide. Johnson won New
separated cleanly and somehow press their drive for controlof York over Sen. Barry Gold.
An Important voted the party at a governors con. water by more than 2.8 million
change on keep abreast of the changes "hung up" on the spacecraft.A .
and passed by the Naples-On- which affect the Involved fuller evaluation of the ference next month. And, If they votes Kennedy bested Keating
The-Culf Board of Realtors at ," Wood added.property"The data, to take several days, Coming Here This Sunday make any headway, they can be by about 650,000 votes
Its regular November should pinpoint the exact causeof expected to pull out the stops at Keating feels that he ran a
meeting of board
majority our mem- the failure In a meeting of the Republican good race and said he was gra.
time to make
now makes It a -
a requirementthat bers believe a.lesmenand National Committee in January. titled by the record number of
member realtors employ kits must work full time In said.correction for Mariner 4, James Presented In the authentic, Radio Road. Performances are presented through Europeand Goldwater said at a news New Yorkers who split their
only full time salesmen. order to accomplish this." Intimate European style which 2 and 4 pjn. afternoon only. as they were seen In the conference Wednesday that he tickets to vote for him
"This new ruling, which will Robert Yeager was Inducted has become so familiar to American The fast-moving program United States on the television wants to keep the party on a He harbors no 111 feelings
be Incorporated Into the bylaws as a new member of the board, Order RailroadTo television viewers The features performers who have screen. Many of the stars are conservative course toward Kennedy and has al.
represents a concerted and W, Park Wilson and Doro- Restore Great Hippodrome Circus Is been telecast to this country making their first personal appearance Gov. Robert E. Smylle of ready agreed to brief the form
effon on the part of the Boardto thy Love as associates. Pay making Its first American tour from a dozen different circuses In America with the Idaho, who already has said the er attorney general on New

offer the public better qua JACKSONVILLE: !: (AP) Fed. this season and will exhibit In In foreign lands. And It Is Hippodrome Circus this sea- York congressional matters
lified and Informed salesmen eral court gave the Florida East Naples next Sunday, November all presented In one large per- son. Almost all of them have when he returns from the Carib.'

Board President John R. Wood Miami Builder Coast Railway Thursday until 8, under the sponsorship of the forming ring Just as circuses been telecast from Europe or Final Count. bean.Both .
were of a dale.gation
Nov. IB to restore strike
New York the
said pre Naples VJ.W. Post 8089. during past two
Not Guilty In pay scales, regulation and (Continued from page 1)) which appealed
Tax laws years. continued
assessments, The showgrounds will be on at the Pentagon for
working conditions with the Brotherhood
building and zoning restrictions Bombing TrialJACBONVlLLE of Locomotive EngU the Swamp Buggy Grounds on 2 Badly Hurt 100 more votes than was first operation of the Brooklyn Navy
and other Information neers EVERYTHING DIFFERENTEven reported. Adams had 3,520 yard.
which a customer needs and ] (AP) A Eleven non operating unions As Car Smashes the big tent Is entirely votes in this county to lead the Keating, who appeared relaxed .
expects from his real estate sound tape, described as main struck the FEC Jan. 23, 1983, yuLe different In design from the unopposed state candidates.Top and In good spirits after
salesman gets more complex evidence against James Keath. and operating unions such as the 6't a Into Trail Bridge traditional American big top. vote-getter Sheriff E.A. more than two monthsof In.

all the time, and In order for ley year-old, was Miami ruled builder out and the 69. BLE honored picket lines. BLE costWANT I Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. The peaks are much higherand Doug Hendry's total was swell tense campaigning, said he felt

a broker or salesman represent dered acquitted of complicity was or In* members indicated, however, Edlin, of Clinton, Iowa, were the tent Is almost circularIn ed by 209 absentee ballots to good but had lost 11 pounds
his client properly must a Miami bombing, they might return to work If pre ADfWJ seriously Injured In an auto accident shape with the seats arrangeed a figure of 4,357. Tax Col- ber.since the early part of Septem.
strike conditions were restored, about 11(30 a.m. yester- right around the big ring lector A?. Ayers also went
After he leaves office In Janu.
day on the Trail three miles and the close proximity of the over the 4,000 mark with 4, ary, he plans another extended
east of Royal Palm Hammock.The public to the performers pro 072 votes. vacation when he hopes to de.
vides a new viewpoint of the Constitutional amendments 1
couple was treated at Naples tide his future.
Community Hospital and circus. The extra height of 4, 11, and 12 failed statewide, Nesting said he .has alreadyhad
fmiTSal then taken to Miami the tent peaks offers new posslbUttles though Collier voters approvedall some "friendly feelers" but
State Trooper James Peacock for sensational aerial 13 proposals by varying declined to say who they were
who Investigated the accident gymnastic feats and displays. margins. from or what type of work they
said the Edllns were The diversified, rapid-paced Local candidates and their Involved. He expressed hope
traveling west on the Trail and performance Includes high aerIal vote counts are as follows: that some form of public service
might lie In his path but said he
thrillers on flying Hendry 4,357,Ayers 4,072,Rep.
attempted to pass a west bound trapezes had had no contact with admln.
truck as the vehicle made a webs and bars The Riding Re- J.L. Walker 3,615, Clerk Mar- Istratlon leaders about this pos.
left-hand turn. The truck was mos, billed Spain's Peerless garet Scott 3,813, Tax Asses- slblllty.
driven by Chester W. March- Equestriennes and featuring sor Sam Coldlng 3.818, Judge lie doesn't count out returning
VECLL back ofSmsota. He was char Cosetts, the bronc bareback Richard M. Stanley 3,943, to the practice of law and said
ged with Improper change of riding ballerina The BenIto write-In candidate Murphy he'd also like to help the Repub.
0 Troupe, acrobats In high, som- Combs 193, Prosecutor William lie an party rebuild Itself In s.
lane.The Edlin 1964 sedan grazedthe ersaulting twisters over elephants Crowley 3,244, Registrar moderate Image. He talked of
& Sun truck, and smashed Into a and through flaming Edna Santa 3.341Commission no specific role for himself,

bridge on the Trail, The car hoops| European and American ers AjC. Hancock 3.S43. BX. however
Is considered a total loss, and clowns prancing horses Shetland Semell 3,332 Ewell Moore 3,
the Edllns owe their lives to ponies and monkey Jockeysand 406, School Board candidates
Nov. 7th & SUli ONLY the seat belts they were wearing many other attractions with Emolee Barren 3.348.. Henry 23
Trooper Peacock said the entire performance keyedto B. Watkins Jr. 3.484,1lnmoka- Explorer

Damage to the truck was estimated the trumpet of band leader lee peace Justice O.W. Han-
at $100, and to the Charles Moyer, billed as The cock 635 (two precincts), Con Launched In

; 93 Octane Regular 100+ Octane EthylGasoline bridge at $200. Dixieland King of the Big Tops. Stables Clifford Geiger293se(
yen precincts), Ronald Rimes
Gasoline ? 1 670 (two precincts), Earl Taylor Outer SpaceWALLOPS

h" I 552 (two precincts.)
Six fire district commission-
ers were chosen without oppo- -The space agency launched a
9 Parking Report cylindrical satellite Into orbit to.
sition. Sam Heath
They were day and promptly designated ItExplor.r
489 votes and Jack WhIsnant 23.Scientists.
575 In Immokaleei Ed Halllcy turned on all the
I 'unllllufd from page 1) 477 and John Shuff 526 In North experimental equipment aboard

23' to 13th Avenues, and along east side of Third from Broadto Naples; and Bill Edwards 586 the 8-footJong, JJoot diameter
12th: Avenues, la recommended and Casper Townsend 519 in spacecraft by radio command
Also recommended for metering Is Broad Avenue South East Naples. signals from the ground, and
from oneJialf block west to one.half block east of Third Thursday's daylong count- reported that all were operat.
Street Elimination of all parking on Fifth Avenue South log successfully
session In the commissioners' -
; and on Third Street ts recommended at such time as Ing The National Aeronautic andSpace
/ traffic movement becomes restricted: In a given block I by meeting room was attended Administration said 2'A
Per Gal. Per Gal. on street parking i This can be done only after adequate by Mrs. Santa, assistant Shir- hours after the launching that
ofi.atreet parking Is provided\ ley Breeden. Wilma Bethea of It had confirmed that the 295.

r the county Judge's office commissioner pound satellite was In orbit and
EXTEND: METERING: Glenn Allen and reporter gathering Information on met
As the ir.cU are purchased as outlined below, meters Fred Winter. eorolds In space
should be extended to the busiest end nearest parking lots
; t as the need is indicated, leaving the parking lot that Is .
least used as a free area until It In turn Is In demand

The amount of revenue to be obtained from any special '
$ Free Site.nook taxing district will be governed b> the terms of the bill NOON STOCKSNEW
as passed by the Legislature, which In turn will be influenced ""
by the value of Me property tn the district and the

j current maximum m lilac* rate YORK (AP)- Stw ks at moon:
j STOP BY FOR YOURS! PARKING FLAN RsKOMmewted ..*. to be acquired b>' Penney Uli\
AlllsChal 21 frm.Da U%
the City for oflttr *t pnrklnft. % '
I. ExteMlon of the .fttetlnc. parking' lot, at the north end Alcoa 604 FreptSul 44> PRR 42'

f WE GIVE SOUTHERN FLAG STAMPS ON ALL GAS PURCHASES of south Gambler line of rark the, listing eastward parking to ElMh area Street as the, smith nets*line the AmAir AmBrt.4S.tt GenDyft FrutbTr 181PhUMor 314 PepCola 58 774

Phil Pet 51%
of the extension AmCanAnCyan 44 a.nE1 8844
5. Let on southwest corner aPart Street and. Sixth 6SU OenFds 8Z0 RCA 3Z%
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and Ninth Streets Amp-Cp 16% GoodyI' 4S
4 Southwest corner of Fourth Street and Broad Avem Anaconda MM Gre'luld 1444 Seers 124%
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