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 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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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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American Education WeekBaclcTo. I jo School Auvuen i i



New Sea Gate TIDES Hit* Lowan.

This Afternoon Weather Outlook I 0 tier. MI'.'" 4. Till P.M.

Fair throuth U...*,. His J1t.r \ I N t\tf Nor It I:1/ lit

American Education Week will 4Ws**.y h low 0M* nWWMiM Off@r ) r s.". II 1M UN .t4 till
be recognised by the schools and
IS miles C No 11 1:11: liM I':" ltlH
cltlsens of the nation November 8through and et wind I t* No .,
tI 1:11 7iM 11 AT _
14, with Bee Gate Be.raentary an hour
School, CoUlerCounty'e Add' one hour far MareeNe i i

newest school, taking the lead \411 stir hour 'lee Bay bridge

among ceremonies local scheduled schools with for special today SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1964 22 PAGES. 10 CENTS 4ht YEAR NUMBER 76 tfI I

from 2 to 4 p.m.

Sea Gate plans a rlhbon-cutting
ceremony at I p.m.,and an"q>en

house" to which parents and all Discountspeeds. Payments '

others Interested In the new -.
school are Invited Mra. Grace

Batson, principal, announced.
"All visitors will be conducted

through the new building on
guided tours," she said vui.
All other schools In the county City County

have\ planatorecogniasAmerlcan r

Education Week EvergladesHigh ,

School, because of ached

tiling conflicts, held open house
last Wednesday for all parents,

with R H. Lloyd, Held director
of the State Narcotics and AI-

cohol Education Office as a spec: In
tel speaker. Lloyd was In the Money Pouring

school two days, concluding his
visit at the special Wednesday

evening meeting ;
Principal Aubrey Mortis said

all parents were Invited to visit .d e t r City sndcountypropenyown\ the Cliys amklpated: >815rM0.98 January, one In February and
the school during Education r srs are swamping tea elicaa
had been remitted as of tuite In March. Gene rally about
Week, and advised that an all lth
chedu as tale
taxpayer Friday. His office had Issued 6b to 70 per cent of the tax
school assembly In recognition advantage of the four per cent 936 for U In and
of the special week, and of Vet. receipts ,4.1I'lnpty. total paid November
.ran,' Day will be held Wednes. promptness discount offered 1CI11.. There are 5.311: p roela mOil of the remainder Is paid

day, November 11. throughout November. In the city. ft) March before taxes become
Bills were mailed out by From November's four percent da,higwtt.

NEW SCHOOLSea VISIT YOUR SCHOOLS during Am. IKai I Edll' .It Wit \\-k NO\'t'h\lwl' both offices the last week of the promptness dUiount (:ky and comity taxpayer

Gate's plans are elaborate 8 through } .S. That's the message aired \I idmatois, throughout the October, to give taxpayers the In city and county d l rots to th ree toe s repletion for prompt

for the entire week. At Sunday's nation. All Collier County Schools mil p.II1.II'lurt" II ith spot ml airanifements full month of November to remit per cent In December, two In payment of tsxei. City tax

affair County Superintendent W. for the week The group shown uli tn tliuUuiir: atfuii! payments. This arrange collections have,;exceeded 09

D. Reynolds will cut the ribbonto at Naples Junior High School. Prom left. they are : Mrs Hamilton ment tends to give comity tax per cent for muff;yean. Pcreemsge -

officially open the new school. hunter, dean of toil ; Arthur PI'flil\lC.. director of guidance ; and Mra collectors uneasy moment collections In the county

Board attend the members are Invited to Robert LindabuiN. 1'TA l publuitv h.nimiui\ s.'t storv ( NEWS photo ) during election years, when also approach this level.
ceremony. their continuance In oil lea Lr a
Most delinquent are
There will be special class taxpayers
up M the pleasure of voters wh a of small parcels but
room programs on Mondayplan.
ned mostly for students. Tues. Files Condemnation Suit may not be pleased to see their a their number U not large.

day,,\ at 9,30 a.m., an assemblywill annual tax bills In the mail
be held and during the pro. that Collier County Tax cri', i

gram a number of citizens will lector A.P. Ayers ruining unopposed -
Flood Control District Wants Aroundte
. present gifts to the school. Tues. received 4,073 complimentary

day afternoon Individual class. votes Tuesday and

rooms will be formed clusters was ninnerup to Sheriff. fc.A.

an Innovation the school Doug llenJry\ IS leading countyvotelea Irl
and E. George Rogers and others LandThe
Some Collier +err.
will demonstrate fundamentals. County
art to the students.Wednesday Ayers said tits office early AywriL, Wor
afternoon had Issued
will be "Citizen. Friday Sf :

ship Day" In the classrooms. C.ntral andSouthern Flor. wants to cut across the north District noted that. "it has be. 900 receipts totaling $1140.340 UX TIU ASSOCIATED PRESS
Thursday has been scheduled Ida Flood Control District ha* eastern corner with a 40 oot come necessary to exercise pe. 26 or 9.6 per cent of the total .
as another visitation day. Par. filed a condemnation suit againstthe wide drainage canal that la plan thinners power Of eminent do. anticipated revenue of Z,514r Utinl'I'1 I NATIONS, N.Y.
cols will visit classrooms from 7 Collier Interests and other ned to run southeast from Hen. main for the purpose of securing 780,4 for all county, school (CAP) ii. United States has
to 7:30 p.m.. then assemble In owners of land In the tar north dry County Into Broward. those lands whleh It has not and special taxing-district le l/IIttul.i it may withhold volun.tnry
the cafetorlum for a program to eastern corner of the county.No been able to sequin by gift er vies There are more than < iwirti'utions to v.. pro.
for Collier Interest at Nov. le
Spokesmen the tmirti o QMtfureiHeJhr
be presented bystudentsdphysi.cal part of Collier County 1* '
purchase. ,000 parcels of property In
clef couulfr, commission. M 'it aitwWt V
II"' DIM ttti't
education mania, and Scan within the of the the/uMpa4'
lib. Friday will be a "student t flood control boundaries eMtlrt..Bd giant the ere October J4 they do not .,.. Defendants named; Collier. Bee> county 4" t f.ru.aJ is PSJ its 'e'-1f1n'' ."
Collier Isabel
hive the flood control die. dun,.
evaluation day." district's board of governors tried has a legal right to take Read, trustees for Miles Col. INTANGIBLBsbautgtle Tit,,, United antes already has

HOMECOMING title to lands outside district tier's children Norman Herren : tai payments were w vowel i<+ strip the Soviets of

Naples Senior High School will Wood Forecasts; boundaries as agent of of Miami the trust, the Maddox Uni.vereuy coming In st a faster rue. Of (NEt Kndl<. I 1/,1 l ,, ,err t I thnir vAt, under a provision of
combine American Education Syd .
the total I roll of llt8.9M.96 not N. Charter when the Gen.umi
Circuit Judge Archie Odom CUll>. ('omnmnUiChins ,
Week with Homecoming Week. of LaBelle, and others. THAT
Usemlily convenes IM 1.
has been assigned to handle the Besides the already 28 per cent or $"r has distributed the
"Come back to school and observe questioning legalright ,
h.nunt saiii Friday the plant
homecoming with us," Is Big ImprovementIn case Lawyers for the flood of the district to condemn &",1'2 was la the county aoffers. picture above si s photo ol > hot l I i Deck annual pledges Is
control district have set a hear. land without Its boundaries, the mushroom cloud which
the Invitation extended by Pr1necipal ",'r..r'HllIv' further attempt ton
Wallace Woodruff. City StreetsCity Log at 10 am November 19 at spokesmen for the Collier inter. Though mltlage was not up followed the touching off of pp M. ape Soviet Union to pay liethirn

Parents are invited to visit the government center so the ests also say the canal If built significantly, some tsx Mils that nation nrit atomic .>.I aekeplng in then

the school during the week and Judge can consider appointing would split cattle range land were higher than last year because bomb ,iu old,: the Middle East. The
to attend an assembly on Thurs.day Manager Vince Woodfor. appraisers> and "make such or. leased by the Colliers, to one ot I county reappraisal waist| ont-NHl the operations
November 12. It will be held casts a "decided Improvement In der as the court deems proper." Instance, one cattleman's home of acreage er tower because of pal i, mil Wester dominance of
the street situation during the The district lacks title to eight would be on one side of the
in the auditorium at 7:30 p.m. depreciation ef buildings. Park taM area'.
next two weeks. parcels of property In Twp. 49 canal and his gracing Iud wouldbe Certain
On Friday the Homecoming Par.
In that period First Street and SO 34 In the. City Tax Official Pen
ade will be held In the after. Rge acreage on the other .1< ., they pointedout. i
and Eighth Avenue South will be Involved i. 349.BS. II also seeks fInkston<< said II per cent of
with Closed MANILA. Philippines AP
noon, followed that evening Areas ( ) m
paved by Halpin Inc. of Venice at tfrfoot easements on each aide ,
the football game on the local A NirlifxMn gun battle Fridayin
part of the City's $5B2.48htorm of the canal, Involving another
field with Sebrlng u the crldeIron o nmlheiulern Luzon Island
drainage and street building pro. 7558 acres. Total estimated Everglade National Park Superintendent vtluKe ,..111111110 the death
opponent. Currently the only paved valuation of land to which titleor Stanley C, Joseph of I
Immokalee High School plans gram. Asks Dillon To Stay On the iiwyur and five other per.
open house on Tuesday and Wed. link between the south part of the easement rights Is sought announced today that due to the WHIH' livluitific a 14.year.old
nesday On Tuesday It will be city and the rest of town Is Third 1s $32,010, the suit maintains. Increase of feeding and roostIng ui I.

open house at the Immokalee Street. The suit, filed Friday, does birds< certain areas of die
Elementary School for parents Halpin finished resurfacing not name Collier County or the As Treasurer Park wftt be closed to fishing .lltl wuntalt! iKirt at Bag. p
students in grades one, two and Third Street from Fifth to 12th State Road Deft as defendants Secretary and boating for the winter ...- Ewe, tout Vlseaya Province.
South early last week
three; and In grades four, five But plans for the canal, son. was hearth* e case of oral de.fjmiiicm .
and six, on Wednesday Thursday Third Street was the only major with the suit,show the ditrh would Urns numbers of ducks, filed against Mayor
artery In the current street pro. cut across the rlght.of.way for WASHINGTON) Presi. than In the department tIN Pablo
at 7.30 p.m. both schools will coots Ibis, herons, and roseate Iota by the provincial
gram that did not require re. the Everglades Parkway pro. dent Johnson sea asked Douglas been vacant slice the .
join In a program which will fea. reslgne.tlon soil auntm i if the highway bures...
ifxxntllls Ire feeding
ture audlo-vlsual aids, reading building of the base posed IS-mlle toll road. Portionsof Dillon to remain Indefinitely as In March of Henry M.rowl.r. Our 1/11/ the hearing, the report
machines, and other up-to-the. Wood said Halpin will begin this highway In Broward and secretary of the treasury, in. roosting In he etosed sress.Effective e,11, i pike sergeant had u
laying the final asphalt surfaceon Collier are under contract and formed sources said Saturday. November 9, the
minutes teaching aids. The meet DUten'i father us been 111 .uc'1.pd' '' with one Of the sudl.en. .
Log will be held In the library. First Street Uondav. Then the county and SRO filed a con. Dillon, SB, is restless for a and there is a i .,i.I"lIlty the clued area* will he West Lake I", 'v ''' Doth drew their guns "
Bethune High and Elementary will come Eighth Avenue South, demnatlon suit last month to change after four years In the secretary will tik i/ver the Cent Bay Pond and orhersnwill "I i kilted, erh' other A volley

School will also bold open house and finally Second Street and acquire all outstanding property poet but has mftle no decision, levestment bsntin trainees the ponds within one mile of Coot ""r Uets followed and two
during the week, Inviting parentsto Eighth areat. along the road's rlght-ofway. the sources said elder\ Dillon t.wle i 'I u bay Pond West Lake Pond, i"4i''pMeet i ''/ another adult and
visit the school On Thursday Eighth Street from Seventh to In Its sult. he Flood Control The Republic bee held a Cuthben Lake Long Lake the. n" ,'", ; earl care killed The mayor
A few y.ar411" Milan, a
12th Avenues South is barely pa* variety of jour la International\
will with 'I lit of the '
the Bethune faculty join and all courtroom but
multimillionaire, WAJ quoted assaying Umgi, connecting
sable ss of now. Graders have affairs and finance sloes he .
In Ever. w tot down.
Dupont been excavating along the right- entered government under then no (pit >'" i' Ivule life creek leading Inland 'frornOsr-
glades for a Jolnt-orlentatlon offers the. satJ'.r r. to be be closed > Men wer being held asa
of-way, followed by curb-and President' Dwight D, Elsen. mss field bight will to 'U.U" .
Invited to
visit meeting.Dupont Parents during are the week, gutter crews Halpin Is finishing RNEW TOURDRYERIIUNSE bower In ltd. found In ,eve,'.11...n.( service'' fishing and boating,

with a dinner for parents and laying the last of the big storm After the 31......_ of 1 1r

students for Friday noon, to drainage along the Broad Avenue DUR/N6/ YOUR President John F, Kennedy '
highlight the week's activities.BACK.T08CHOOL South rlghi.of.wty, closing: off 191RTM MONTM Duke told Johnson he wouldstay 41 '

Sixth street. until! the new utm Inlet ra. '
I a
lion was well established. Our.
Carver High and Elementary keg the presidential election:

School has scheduled Monday ca paife' he mid he still ron
November I, u back to school sldered Mmself a literal Kept*.
night for parents. Classes will Mean lie openly attacked poll
be held for parents the TisU dee recoaMeeiMted by Ben Bat

tors following the schedule d 1 1f ry Ootdwater. the fteputti, in '
their chUdren This will last nominee r tr
7:30 to 9:30 Parents -
from p.m. thai
The secretary feels rat
will observe exhibits and dls.
nude .
progress has bee lit txM.tiering t
d student work the
plays over i
the 4ometi' e< onomj
six weeks. The evening's
pest and stemming tM now ,"r du
activities will be climaxed with d
lars ebroexl.Two .
refreshments la the eafetorton.
other ae> ndntnlstrattnfigures 1
Tuesday and Wednesday have
aeexjisved some time
been scheduled as visitation days F '
ago that they )Mead to flU their
from t:S 0 &.ID. to MS p.m.Tbireday .
after the el
JON shortly *:tio; -
evening, children la :' Dr. Walter W. i teller, uirmat 1 1i

grades one through sU will present of the P,.... e'. '*m' iaVofttt&ic ag
a play. Friday, visitation Atfvtien, ar RohertV.Roe.odewearers b Q
win continue from lt>0 to MSpm II ,"
/ t
.t treaty tor w '' Ur; .tt..a
The )ob of jerse ret.I s

SUADOWIAWW ) the treesery the $". I .- '..
StedowlawB invite parents to l '
visit during the week November ( \
r \ EetCW'
I through U, but will carry over +
activities to Thor dey, Movem. Weather Review

ber II, for the regular meeting C /
of the PTO. A short businessKeating Mac. Mis, Rate
of the group will be held, 't}!n ''pbl r 1 Ort. II III II I.MSI i IJ.: ., IOghatrp I I 1 n with 1d'a

the parents will low the butld. ., \ ." .,.. ...,... Ne.I II IM 01 + I 'p'. ,'ralna Was

lag to see displays and exhibits, L :; ....,,..:J, Net S 7* II .... j..I,1. ., .. p'll I 1'1, ,, I I. t'I rated, are ,u
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and receive oriectMioa on leech.Ing !yet.I 71 12 I.SI \'ar'H' ) I .f )1. h I .d II J Copley 4 4'fl'
edueathM Ucledlng audiovisual t'.NS IN THE r.ulIL Y-JWta, s celebrity ** me to rata In N.. 1 JI U Tr. I I'.' diP"II' Syilia B'.I\ I ", I J" II, I I"" Standing ,,3al

.tea IMS.eqaxpcsent sal reedJag the J Kennedy 'smtly Kerry Kennedy 4-yearoW. deegMey !it... I H It I* ( asp 'If I f IIfl"lflt .'., Julia' Itlllp, P"'HUn r14m., Jane t. pLea'

of Robed F Kewnedy sutogrspns one of her did ped..res Neal N H .... au'. '' .1 I t bout' UK) w arkrp' '",, ht II. ."i 't. door calls 'J

(c..ill'" page I) for friend Ria OsHin si kit w CMe ('ov. NY Ida err Si It Cevbaje-.555s. m reataltntKti. 41' .50 iPtM ten November 10 and \" ( :'vr: WS photo) 1


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2 r-OLllfR COUNTY NEWS N.pli. He Wd.y No..ber .. 964'
Education WeekProclamations II IIa IIc Real Chinese Puzzle In Their

WHEREAS American Education Development Of Nuclear Bomb
Week la scheduled to be

the State
observed throughout -

and Nation during the week of By FRANK CAREYAP arable speculation In newspaper Spelling aside, it seems clear

November 8 14. 1964, and Science Writer storlee In the United States, that U Heue-hen Tslen was one

WHEREAS the Florida Education WASHINGTON (AP}-There's Britain and France with moat of the Red China atom sclen.

Association. In cooperation a real Chinese poetic connectedwith : of the ttieortstng centering on lists, his American education

with the Florida Congress Red China's recent nuclear two men. must have come In handy, par.

of Parents and Teachers, the weapons test: Who were These two scientists -whose Ocularly U the Red Chinese

American Legion, the State Department the scientist who mastermind backgrounds make it very likely start attaching nuclear weaponsto

of Education and the ed the development of the bomb. they were In on the project rockets. .

1 f, National) Education Association So tar the Chinese have givenno aret He came to the United StatesIn
clues, nor have the U.S. 1. Ch'len SaiMhlang, who 19M. He got a master's degree .
Is Inviting: our community along 4 nuclear
State or the Atom. heads the Institute of In aeronautical engineeringat
k? wd with others to make this obser- Ir Energy Commission physics at Peking and who Massachusetts Institute of

vance a highly significant one But there has been consld worked In France during World Technology, and at California
1'M on behalf of our children their War n co various research Institute of Technology be got

AtA' schools and our country, and studies, Including nuclear fission. his doctorate In 1939 and later

1 WHEREAS the fact that enlightened Sen. Cain HitsBurns' took part In government-spoil.

citizens are successfully S. Hsue-shen Tsien, S3!, who eared rocket research. He became

maintaining our American Lack Of spent 20 years In the United an associate professor at
democratic States before being deported to Cal Tech, and was chief research .
government Red China on allegations he had analyst at the famed Jet

simultaneously are keep- Help For LBJ been a member of the Commu. Propulsion Laboratory there
:: Ing up with new knowledge and nlst party before entering this He also Is reported to have
BACK AGAIN I Sat ., of state Coin Rutk seta
the demands of rapidly changing tll"\ <>> Sew
MIAMI (AP) Former country. done atomic energy research
aWILLIAM times Is reflected In this at desk 'in the l." Strut achooi, whtth hi cttandad ai a boy Harry P. Cain, R.Wash., who The trouble Is, there have while In this country.

year's theme, "Education Pays In Atlanta. With him it pupil Chariot' Raymond Mahan Jr backed Democratic President been so many variations in the The scientist consistently

Dividends"! Johnson In Tuesday's election, published spelling of the namesof denied allegations that he had

NOW THEREFORE, I criticized lIaydon Burns' part In this pair that s quick readingof been a member of the Communist

ARCHIE: TURNER, by virtueof the campaign and drew criticism the published reports might party before coming to the

the authority vested in meas States Lack Funds Four In return Friday. make It appear that a whole United States. For several

Mayor of the City of Na- Cain, who now lives In Miami, flock of Chinese scientists had years, Washington barred his
raid Burns failed to support been pinned down as membersof departure because of his technical
a pies Florida, do hereby proclaim Johnson forthrlghtly" while the A-bomb cast. knowledge. But the ban was

the week of November making his own successful cam. The spellings given here are lifted Aug. 4, 1955.

8-14. 1964, as AMERICAN Face Teacher WalkoutsATLANTA palgn for governor on the same from the official catalogues of Then, on Sept. 16, 19S3, undera

EDUCATION WEEK, and do ticket. Cain said also that Burns the UA Library of Congress deportation order, he sailed

D. REYNOLDS, county superintendent urge all citizens to Join with had blocked Florida appear although library experts makeno away on the President Cleveland

if schools heads! the list of county educators pre- our teachers and school officials (AP) Rejection started a campaign to raise antes scheduled for Johnson's claims that they know these for Red China and con.

paring to recognize American Education Week In appropriate American: by voters of proposals to raise school funds through private running-mate, San, Hubert Hum. men were In on the A-bomb celvably a place on the Red A*

which starts today and continues through the Education Week ceremonies. teacher salaries or school loans of $100 each from at least phrey of Minnesota. venture. bomb team.

111.ek. "Education Pays Dividends" is the theme Sgneds{ financial difficulties present 373 persons to make up the local Warren Goodrich, chairman of Language experts say the

for the week. Reynolds urged parents to cooper. Archie Turner, Mayor ed serious problems In at least deficiency. the Florida State Democratic confusion stems largely from
. tour states toda/. Louisiana teachers are asking Committee commented "Sen. the fact that In different court
ate with the local schools in this nation-wide effort SS Man PlansImmokalee
Teachers protested In a variety $1,000 a year salary Increasesand tries the transliteration of
Cain was a welcome ally .but
to interest in education. Attest
renew of ways In Oklahoma, Ken. plan a march on the capitol It that he has now names from one language to
appears StopA
(McGrath photo) Elsie Lehman City ClerkWHEREAS tucky, Georgia and Louisiana. at Baton Rouge when the legls turned, as he said he would, to another often results In differ

All schools In Louisville, Ky., lature meets Nov. 18. In New attempting to rebuild the Repub. ent forms. Phonetics sometimes .11! isentatlve of the Soc

Education Week e e e are expected to be closed Mon Orleans, 582 teachers voted In llcaa Party of Florida. enters the picture, too; for ex lal Security branch office will

Program day because most of the teach favor of a walkout and teachersIn "Throughout the campaign, ample 'Tslen" and "Chien" be In Immokalee tomorrow from

Our nation's future ers plan to take part In a protest other sections of the state Gov.-elect Burns steadfastly am I stand for the same name indifferent 9 '.m. until noon at the Justice

t< onllnu d from page 1)) 10 Mmbly 7tSO on Tuesday In, the November school Is dependent on Its ability demonstration against low pay. threaten walkouts If the legists repeatedly expressed his support versions. of Peace office.Considerable.
p.m., to and advance economically About 140 Louisville teachers tore does not provide for higher
The highlight ot the week at auditorium After the assembly, grow for the Democratic- ticket. t* ha time can be saved
and spiritually In harmony went on strike after voters salaries. The Increases sought put it with : \ If applying for benefits
'a[>U's' junior High School will parent will simulate a day at Lyndon persons
'I.it in a t "back-to-school" u. school, spending 10 minutes In with all Its citizens) and Tuesday turned down proposalfor would cost about $48 million s Babies Johnson right down to Finally Wins bring the following proofs when

each classroom Parents .reln- WHEREAS, Our progress in higher school taxes. The year. the courthou...' they file a claim: Social Secur.
teachers, who are paid from $4 Burns' office In Jacksonville ity card evidence of ahd a
vlted to visit the school at any. promoting world and domestic ; age;
rUBLIC NOTICIIN time during the week. peace in assuring advances In 400 to $9,800 annually, are demanding where he Is mayor, said Burns Election After record of last year's and thl.year' .
a pay raise of $1,500 was not available for commenton earning.
Visitors welcome all week
are frontiers of medicine, five times what the tax Increasewould Water Pollution
CIRCUIT COURT at Lake Park Mrs. Estelle Lit. Cain's statement. A spokes
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' science, the cans, Industry, and have given them Seven Defeats
man said he did not believeBurns
ff COLLIER' COUNTY tie said The highlight of the die social sciences depends in The Louisville Board of Ed.
STATE OF FLORIDAIN week will be the PTA meeting Solution To Be would comment "in the NIIS Graduates
CHANCIRVk Urge pan on the fullest educational ucatlon said the teachers are 4
In the school light of the source of the crlt.Iclsm. HEMPSTEAD N I.y (AP) -
fl VNTMIA' t. No MeOILL tlM Thursday auditorium.evening After a short bust. opportunities for alt, required to return to work by ." Peter Rocchlo, a seven41me Invited To DanceTom

Plaintiff' will visit and Tuesday. The teachers say they Costly All Say When Cain took the Job of loser at the ballot box, has final.
ness meeting, parents '
HEWITT' Itl.QAYNOR GILL classrooms to see displays of WHEREAS, Our American: will not return until salary demands chairman of the Florida Citizens ly won an election. Stunned, Bernard chairman ,of <

NOTICE!: OF. .SUIT student work educational system, offering are met JACKSONVILLE (AP) No for Johnson Committee, he said Jubilant and exhausted, he's Homecoming for Naples High
In MidwestCity
I /Ht STATi OC FLORIDA TO! Mrs. Little asked that parents free, universal education oral About 600 teachers matter which state agency, or he would rejoin J Republicanranks leaving today for a week's vacation. School Invites all alumni to

HFWITT. O.AVNOR McQILLn limit "conferences" with teach citizens, has become sourceof a suburb of Oklahoma agencies, tackle Florida's water after the election attend the 1964 HomecomingDance
rturaa laafood Co Ine Mon
"" .,..co. "Pravinaia. aljraclaa ers during the activity, so thatteachers great strength to American City, voted tor a School holiday Board pollution problem, there Is ageneral "I still can't believe it," he Saturday, November 14 at
'A DioaMonduraa day The Tulsa said. "My wife can't believe It. School
may be free to set u democratic and agreement It will cost 8 p m. In the Naples High
Canlral Amarleav principles; called off classes there Monday
,, notifiad, that 0 "hostesses" for all quite a bit of money. Plan My children can't believe It. gymnasium
> i ara haraby parents. FPU Weighs
WHEREAS It has been demonstrated teachers citing a"state
for Its
1,500 ,
n Ana burn fled aialnat you In Tommy Darfleld will hold a Divergent views were ex.pr..Hd "I won I" "We'd like to see the place
lha above anllllad cauaa and your that education of confusion and emotion
PTA and house pays at a Interim Rocchio's losses spanned 21 Jammed with graduates," said
haraby raquirad to aarva upon meeting open on "
i p.I."rr! atiornay whota nama and Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. The PTA dividends In better human relations. allsm. Legislative Committee on To Cut State's years In politics, but he was a Bernard. "It's Homecoming for

dtl.:;%a..topar.1 any,haraon la tha, your.bill ol writt.nJ.f.a. com meeting will be featured .by r In improved earning pow Spokesmen for:" both groups was Pollution and Water Resources model of perseverance, says them, ((00"
ptnil >n a*id abltfco of which musical program with; stid.nte er', In personal fuifinm,*1n said the one-dayTjMillday Friday.A Nassau County Democratic

U>*'diOvarao"'t'\ Novambar lo. you tA harawilh D. IH4 on ort from 'nrlt through sixth grail good citizenship. / in national jcalled Mend ,;lo expref failure disappoint of voters select House committee on Electric BillsJACKdONVILLEAl' Chairman John F. ,English.

H.n fall not or dacraa pro. con participating. Student classroomwork economic growth In better over school water resources recommendedthe ) The Whenever gloom beset a Post ice Closed
fi will you Tuesday to approve four
fi.. Mrs hr prayad dl..f kill of will be on display during communities, and In international one to raise Board of Conservation be Florida Public Utilities CommU. Democratic candidate In the
'.'01 ..".. the open house period.WTSPTV relations and proposals, Including given authority to protect water sloe Is considering whether to al. usually Republican county, On Veterans' Day
of laid lull forv
said "we told him to
: but without Infringing English ,
WHEREAS, Our educational teachers now receive low rates for electric power that
''EM my hand and tha aaal on the authority of the state look at Rocchlo, who really Service counters wllibeclos "
would thousands of dollars
system uconfrontedwlthgr.problems at least $$3,800 year and save
Court al E Naplai. Florida "
knew what It was to lose.
ed Officeon
the Post
ih day of Octobar AD I MMARQARIT To Get requiring; deep public the defeated measure would board of health. tor state universities and Institutions. at Naples
T SCOTTri David Lee Director of Sanl Rocchlo S3, was swept Into Veteran's
., and have hiked the minimum to $!,
k Circuit Court understanding public action.
Channel Outlet of the Boardof the 'Z4,500..year office of county
tary Engineering It Ken-
400. The salary scale Is higherIn In a hearing ending Friday, November Postmaster
Sy IDITH TVOITTD.puiy NOW, THEREFORE, L. Health said the report dls controller Tuesday In the
utility firms objected to the neth announced
Tulsa starting at $4,300. Rogers yester-
Clark WASHINGTON (AP- WTSP. Farris Bryant, Governor of !the turbed him because It threat landslide that elected President
'N Q iOROKOTV school saving through what Is called
Georgia's county sys.
for plaintiff TV was successful among an State of Florida, do hereby ened duplication of services and conjunctive billing. The Johnson. day.The
>> oral' Avanuo terns face the prospect of power lobby serving' !box patrons
origins six applicants for a designate November 8-14,1964, possible weakening of enforce.mend "B all began in 1938, Roe.ebbs
N companies said their other
for cus.
supplying: more local money will be mall wUl be distributed
channel 10 outlet at recalled. "It was then thatI open
.I.I. S_IH4. __*.J!,! The communications Largo.commit. to beAMERICAN EDUCATION schools or losing state supple Harold. Scott of the architectural billing Comers would not enjoying have to conjunctive decided to run for political In boxes and special

lion affirmed the award Friday ments. The legislature approveda engineering firm of Revn. to make the pay more office to make the two-party deliveries will be made, but
WEEK local up revenue loss and
law this requiring
CRUISING by a 4.1 vote. Commissioner year olds, Smith and Hills, said Itth.re thus suffer system s reality on Long Is. regular route deliveries will
and urge all citizens to work systems to Increase their shareof
Robert T. Bartley, dissenting Is division of authorityhe land. not be made he said
a for ,
Charges use of ..Iectrlcpow.r
toward the resolution of the school costs from 13 to ZOper
1SWONDIHFUL voted to grant the channel to the could envision three men- at a meter are based He said he looked over the list

FftCEFOLDCKfllSTINQ city of St. Petersburg ria.Com.mlssloners problems besetting these public cent.The Georgia Board of Education one from the Board of Health, a graduated scale, with the rate on of offices up for election that
Asa TO e$ D CtUISIf Frederick W. Ford schools and to rededicate one from the Board of Conserve decreasing u the volume In.creases. year and chose one for which he
fALL,WINfll IMINOHM and Kenneth A. Cox did not themselves to the provision of notified school officials In tlon and one from the Flood Con. felt he was suited the officeof 2 Collier CountyConcerns
Arwod.. *o>M, ,*IIU, AlrlcoModUorrooaon educational Catoosa County, In northwest the Conjunctive billing per. Hempstead Town clerk.
..,.... I. Aw.rkaoow..l vote.The quality opportunities Georgia, that state funds wouldbe trot District standing on mils the consumption by one Receive
decision denied canal and "I got the backing of the
rehearing for all citizens. bank of a polluted ,customer
Ionia Corlbhom. I cut off this month unless the measured on
AROUND TIll WORLDTRAVCLXJ47 and reconsideration petitions Farris Bryant, local raised $17,000. wondering which of them shouldgo I two or more meters, to be to. ty leaders and 1 made the State Charters
system "
filed by fit. Petersburg WSUN. Governor teachers walked out at tell the polluter to stop It. ,I taled as If on one with a result. race, he said. "I lost
't CATALONIA AVI TV), Florida Gulf Coast Broad Nineteen The hearing alsotouchedbrief.log lower rate. "For the next ten years I kept TALLAHASSEE-Secretary of
CO Al OAllll casters Inc., Tampa TelecastersInc. Attests Lakevlew High School In Ring changes In fish business man.I.r my finger In politics, all the State Tom Adams has announcedthe
W Ellis Jones
Tom Adams, gold, forcing: the school to close. and game while for another
tuna c"aiae arlcra and Buncoes Cities Broad other regulations.Sen. at the University of nor waiting chartering of the following
,.10,..... S 441 ISM | casting Corp. Secretary of State The 190 teachers at Nick Conner of Brooks Ida estimated the university chance to run for office," he Collier County corporations:

....:/wstpT snit toiM;. ,|HeUa .. walk schools out In Nov.the 25 county unless voted provt to vllle objected to one proposal would, have saved $45,000 on Its explained "Then, In IMS, I ran Mar.Lyn of Napl..,Inc. 24 Uth
a mandatory Jail sentence to again for the same office. lost. Street North, Naples; authorized I
1963 electric blU $668,8Ulf
sloe Is made to pay them anyone shooting a doe deer 11.had conjunctive billing by the "In 11153, I ran for HempsteadTown stock, 80 shares of common of :
citizens have
Cat as. County
legally Florida Power Corp presiding supervisor and no par value, filed November 3,
Other proposals would" relax He said savings In future lost. In 1954 I tried for the state dealing In fruits vegetables,

the ban on alligator hunting years would be even greater because senate and, of course, lost. Two wholesale and retail. Incorpors
CLIMBING slightly and make It Illegal to of the expansion program years later I ran for chairman. tors: Rudolph C Beers, Marion

COLLEGE-AGE Impersonate a wildlife officer. at the university. ship of the county board of as.seaaors S. Beers, Evelyn T Nye, Clair

Florida State University's as. and I lost. Three years B. Nye, all of Naples Filed

CongratulationsWe POPULATION slstant business manager, Ray later It was a run for Hemp by George Vega,Jr.,Bl1ch Build.

Felony ConvictionIn testified It has stead Village trustee with an. Ing, Naples
((196M967)Youtfiill.J ) Green Jr., run
and in 1960 I
from the other loss ran The Naples Sun, Inc., P.O.Box
billing city
U Florida Causes Junctlve owned: Tallahassee Electric again for the assessor poet and 858, Naples. Authorized stock,

lost. 2,300 shares at $20.00pershare,
ih Yton of >jItal Civil Rights Loss Company and Us bill last year "When I look back on It now," filed November 3, dealing In
was IJ53.000.
the Insurance salesman and real printing and publishing business
TALLAHASSEE (AP-A per. The companies opposing eon. estate broker said, "I figure 1 Incorporators: Clifford Ander.

f; 11la son adjudged guilty of a felony Junctlve billing are Florida Pow. must have spent a total of about son, David G. Bennett, William

loses his civil rights In Florida er Corp., Florida Power and three years of actual campaign H Gracely, all of Naples. Filed
whether or not he ever serves s Light Co., Gulf Power Corp., with
and fanJy was me
IU I**) IM INS I IM INI'l lug my by William H. Gracely, P.O. Boa
sentence In prison, Atty. Gen. Tampa Electric Co., and Florida all the way? 1796, Naples.
4i James Kynes said Friday.He Public Utilities Co.

advised the State Parole

are proud to have i Commission that loss of civil
Youths 1 II Years of Ape rights deprives s person of the -

1 right to vote, the right to be a

furnished the beautiful Juror or continue to hold public ,

INI IMI INS 1N4 INS IIN officeThe 01Y Y ,
loss ol civil rights occurs

for Hill COLLEGE SQl'F.EZE-The when the person Is convicted, K '
carpeting Crest number Ihfar.old Americans and the conviction takes placewhen
the court finds him guilty, .
will jump by more than /
even though the sentence Is
one third next accord
,i: Manor Apartments Near withheld and the person is
log to the National I Con. I don
l\ placed on probation, Kynes said. "
sumer Finance Assn. thus ,
:lj The finding reversed a IMI
making crowded
holding. Kynes said that tn the
than Ncv. .chart
\. last 22 years Important courtde.

shows estimated growth of d.ionIlla.. clarified the law re. y c4_.
r #1'
age group i .hf ? ,
gardlng the loss of civil rights.

c/Va/'-it':. .r>./cs 7/001' Covel'iJs Title Companyof Naples. May Road Limit Cut In On FloridaFORT Speed Toll

Lower speed limits ma be
NSt tried tn an effort to hold down arising

death toll from "artdents

,$o 6th Ave., So. Naples, Fla. W. t. on a danger section of the Sun.
........ Sate Parkway.The .
......... IM recommendations: ,'a.cae. GETTING IT THERE FASTER: This Is what a commercial; Jet cup plane looks lib

p..... out of aa emergency safet onfereace Boci,::.2 .> rcak.nz cargo beta that have a capacity of 9.7M cubic feet long and wide

of officials ot the ttt. enough' r' onuin
mile loll road Friday I noted States .tth a normal fuel load


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COUIM COUNTY NIWS N...1... H... 51.41p N..Ib. I, ,IH4 3
New Community Center


Opens New Vistas For

Our Recreation Dept.

BY JULIUS LESSER fall has arrived is (not by die _

Have WS met? Seems we have birds Hying. south) our Senior

but tot's get acquainted again. Citizens are returning to Naples

I MI Julius lesser recreation and dropping by our office -

dltoctor and I would like to to say hello. Of course 1
introduce my stiff Bob Jen- some of them are evidence

ides, assistant director Ruby the year 'round we are happyto
Und, secretary and girl Fri say The Senior Citizen k.JIrtN Vig appewasv

day, and Floyd Summerall who Club slogan Is "Let's Go Lite i .
Is in charge of maintenance.Some 60", and from being closely'

people tay they hate to associated with them, we believe -

pull up stakes and move, but they mean It. If you happen -

in our case we were overjoyed to pass by the park you
5 '
at the prospect of migrating can see them really having a i !:: \J Morning Glory
from Eighth Street to Eighth' ball on the shuffleboard courts. 9

Avenue to the Recreation De- Recently quite a bit of new __
partment's new headquarters shuffleboard equipment was Mar
the beautiful new Tahitian purchased by the department MILK

style Community Center build- so that all nine courts may be M '

Ing. Almost before we could used at once. We have had so ?

get settled and unpacked the many compliments on the new

Center was a beehive of actl- cypress pole fence at the new IJz

Ttty Inside as well as the shuffleboard courts that we have 8 ;:011s100
grounds surrounding the build ordered the same type of fence

ing. Well, those of you that for the other courts. r
have moved know how li is...
The area all around our build #. -i1
The Teen Club was by nowa ing Is getting a beauty treatment -
EARLY ARR1VAI5 at the Edtfi'viatrr Beach
well organized and by our City Parks main-
Apartment Hotel are Mr and Mrs Gordon Gray
champing at the bit to tenance men. We are
get go- sorry
Guelph. Ontario, Canada,
Ing. As soon as It was possible that our playground equipmentfor
) which was October 5th the smaller children had to
the Club held Its first dance be temporarily removed In order ,.- I

with over 450 teens dancing up for the necessary work to wg '

a storm. You might say the be done. ys Bonita r: 994
Teens of Naples christened the The floors in our new buildIng Iii

new building as their dance was have Just been completely

the first real function to be In waxed and polished by Floyd roF92 By RAE WEAR

the auditorium. The Teen Club Summerall, our maintenanceman. -""
Board members are to be com So we are now ready
mended on their efforts and enthusiasm to really open forall activities.The Wednesday November, U, Armistice esUd U Invited to attend. Fur.
In promoting teen activities Youth Activity Room as of Day, which commsmor.atee liter plan for the group will be
the cessation of World War announced from time to time.
will be
In our community. now open on Saturdays.The .
I In 1918, renamed Veteran's Wednesday November U at 1:30
youth of Naples will be gild recognises the Veterans of all In the Woman'a Club Building dlTTtT.;
I attended the National to know we now have available
recently wars and la a National Holiday other In a series of dessert card
Recreation Congress for play, pool table, ping-pong AU flats should be displayed and parties will be given. There will PATTI

which was held In Miami over and don't forget the new gamesof .still. at .kalf-mast which Includes: be a donation of BO tints and
a period of five days. The meetIngs table cricket and .Ida lea. roe jo-- oay memorial period for the public invited. Either makeup ,
and open discussionsby Also for outside play we have the late Herbert Hoover. a table or come as you are) ,
Recreation Personnel from basketballs, tennis racquets and Moot dullness places will be following dessert, play the gameof
I all over the Country was very footballs which can be checkedout closed Including the Post Office; your choice, table and door CORNISH GAMEHENS BURGERS
enlightening. The commercial by the Individual. however, first clasa mall will prizes toot| Hostesses will be
of and For the month be put up for those who have Mesdames Bennett and Mary
displays games recreailon past or so a
poet office lock barest there will Land.
lot of
equipment was fabulous. Recreation Department
be no rural deUVtl'altbourhUl.da.I1 President Ethel Bennett of the
After looking over all the dls- activities have had to 8:00 p.m. despatch will be wonlta Springs Woman's Club at -
'ay 1 ordered for the depart- take a back seat because of made us usual us meeting Tuesday night wel. 2 IBS.

mail the games of Skittles and our moving and all of the work corned a guest, Mrs Mildred B,
Table Cricket. Both of these that Is going on Inside and out- Smith, ss veil u the return of
games can now be checked out side. However,tennis open play a. Leo's Guild held Its month. members Mrs. Lulu Latin and
for play. Of course the department and tennis classes have perked ly meeting this week In the Mrs. Etta Mundort.

personnel trird wit right along and by popular demand Church Hall, with IS members Mrs Mildred ftlggs gave a r*.
both games and unanln. anew adult beginner class present. After routine business, I port oe the recent dessert card 894THI
their of has been formed the public was Invited to h.arth. I partyf Plans Ire under way for :
put stamp approve >a recently.
program by the American Cancer I the Homecoming party which tol.
I :n '.....m..._ -
Society: through Mrs. Mary Rea Iowa a short business meeting
The Recreation Departmenthas Your Recre don Departmentstaff hard, ont of the local workers Tuesday, November IT when of. _
been has great plans In the for the Society floors and board members will
getting questions
I about many making for diversified activities Mrs. Earl Weeks, program be the hosts. Each member Is
procedure to reserve
In for the youth of our com- chairman for the Guild presented asksd to bring a guest, either a EACH BEST OF MEATS
rooms our Community Cen- munity which you will be hearIng the executive secretary from former member or a potential FOR MILES AROUND
ter Building. The answer to about In the very near fu- Fort Mytrs Mrs. James Legge, member
this Is we now have available as well as Miss Alice Daniels. The croup U eollactln all

I advance reservation request ture.Although we have not had the who arranged the showing of a varieties of trading stamps, any
forms. So, If your club or official of film "Cancer'' la the Uterus". quantity from one through a bookor .,, "x
opening our new Community -
organization wishes to meet Comer have had Dr. Daniel Langley, President of books; t box .is provided to BAMA Jellies
,: at the center drop by the Recreation we quitea the American. Cancer Society receive such donations. Due to II
I Department office and of visitors, so comeon Naples, held a question and an. the Holidays, U* monthly "WE

pick then return up a completed form--fill form It out to, you.out and r we will be glad to see swer ....Ion. will CARE"meet Cancer the third Dressing Wednesday group In Apple Raspberry-Apple Grape-Apple! Strawberry JJ 23 (

us for confirmation on your Halloween is past The annual November A report and on the December annual bazaar only. DU MONTI
rese rvatlon. In fact some clubs Recreation School Carnival presented an out.atandtg being held
Saturday December S Green'
already have their names on midway, with the bark.era was given by the chairman. Miss Beans 2 29C FRUIT COCKTAil
our reservation calendar and CalendarMONDAY from the various conces. Ruth Banker Many innovations CANS _
have been meeting regularly at lions, doing their part to help are planned. The luncheon this
the center. bring up the net results to near year will be manned by Mrs.Car. KOZY KITTEN

1:00 p.m.-Senior Citizens $400.00, which will be used for biyn>>i Merger and Bar committee. 2 CANS

One sure way of telling that meeting 2iOO p.m.- Woman's Senior Club.Citizens the school school equipment board.not Principal supplied Dr.Harry by, One Christmas attraction theme, Carrying will be the the |I CAT FOOD 6 CANS 49C 49C:

loss U most grateful to
shuffleboard Gambler Park. "Mystery Stocking", with Msd. .
his the parents friends
acuity ,
4:00 p.m.- and the workers who helped In
tennis Cambler Park. too distant future. Tickets are
og. 5:00 pjrj."Adult beginner chants any way for and their especially generous the doneflan mer. now in the hands of membersfor JUICE METRECAL 4cANs$1.00$
01, 290 I
FOR .U", run a "SiI golf class Dig Cypress Country of door prizes. the Items specialty table containingfive
a st of flat stainless
I Club. The march of all age
i Silver King ; steels l| a plastic cake contain e r .
: TUESDAY groups, made a striking appear.
a home ade
cake a yellow
fBMl !/ D.eA.> J 9:30 ajn.-Ladles tennis ance as well u a problem for linen luncheon ; 3
set leather
MODERN, SAFE, FAST the judges, Rev. Len Spotts.Rev. a
Cambler Park.
purse and a sis foot Christmas
FISHING Carroll Staples and Mrs. John E.
1:00 pm.-Senlor Citizens tablecloth. These donations are
| t-tlSl er Ml 1-3141 ; bowling Brookstde Bow1.WEDNESDA Wear Two monetary prizes each tl cents or five for one dollar. THE MOST COMPLETE
Capt. Cecil Lamb T for the prettiest, moat originaland You will not have to be present
the funniest were awarded.Receiving to alit
1:00 pjn.-Senior Citizens the prizes were Bema MMdamea Bette Brunt lad Jo PRODUCE MARKETIN
i shuffleboard Cambler Park. Buck, Joanna Priddy, Richard Bender were hostesses, with the
4-00 Djn.-Iunlor Girl Scout QuInn, Gerald limning,Mike Aid.
door ,.
MOVING TO FLORIDA? Troop ''--Community- Center, erman and Usa and Sis Novot.Bey .net Cummings prize rolnc,-and to Mrs.game Fin prlz. NAPLES .
I iI iIA iIt
' B. Bur U Cealatt bsd'ding. respectively.A .. to Meaifcmes Rites, Armenia
4,00 p.m.- Children, Inter- special: thanks for the pub. R.Uly, 1l.fan. Jeilorskl, Lon,
! TERMINALVAN mediate tennis -GamblerPark. lie address system again goes to Beatrice Murray Berth Keith,
Tonny Rocey, for the i...up and Mundorff,
beginner Manger Agnes Wol.
JjOO p.m.Adult t
LINES Country use of his equipment; Sure would rot end Miss Man Roran.
golf clu.Cia Cyprus keys bees dull without It.
I2S stet Bt B*. 81. PtUribirgPhM Club. /t 1

(lit 121 7i30 pjn.-Adult beginner

.._. ...... to in* f,... N..lwMM tennis -CambUr Park. Social Games at the < omirunIty
THURSDAY4OOpm.htldren Hall btgaa Saturday November
1M. MM 1M.
C1tirf I* advanced 1 with the Bonita Beach Boosters
*.,!In U4N 444.M lentili-CambUr Park. committee la ehargt) these ire
New Y.rk I.Nepl. 1:00 p.m.-J.ybM' meeting- the only protects conducted t
lM 224.M 4"." Community Center building. the Council of Clubs to help te.
frey the .
RtlUB.r. I.
Maple 211 M 14.M FRIDAY CMMS Klght at .. Uo'a
t90 ajn.-Ladies tennis Church tUll.areheUUackrndaKiel :
lower Rata and Cambler Park. at 7j30 to wni n the cuK.:

Dirttt $'rvl<. ItOO pjib-Senior Citizens Is lashed The bus win pulwjnany
bowling Brookside Bowl. talcing transportation. at
-- ... the local Poet OR) e at ':*>
Monday November U the be.
ginning of the Bontta and Little

J"J'J Gulusr;; Hkkory Snorts gm Ight, at
I their Recreation Buildiag) the
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL public loo 1s United these win.
grtbrae through the MMSO et 5second .

I I n M'' 2.3696 II7J' Pn, Sf r S Naples faI | and fcmrtk Moth: "1Ch&.
Remember Lions, Mr weekly t te
Monfc Klght at
meetings sc
I INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE ..._'thirty al the OoldM Aoc&orOB
the Trail sricuu rot MON., ruts., wio. OPEN FRIDAY. NIGHT 711 S '.M- ra
BUY BONITA '" The Art League ,sf hit / -0
Springs met this put week at
Coseanntty Halt to stake
plans for the tonta* The
hrt. or WATI AT LOW TIDf TO THE CULF i oos
nest BMrtMc Ttteeda
IrT. LIVING Sr>ACC. 1100 PT. UMOCR 100' ONt TEAR ... i
14 who special
November a
lota ls.eC0. ruNisMEO u.too. "*'UPNtSHiD.FiwapeciNA .
| <..w it AMAMCID sn4U\. o* JAI.III SUM for bsftMwrs tartoafec at FASHION NOTI

I PAUL A. SCHMIDT REALTOR tss0 confirm in 'gee, atoning to sairt, TI U*IC"w IUD* *.(..) a e. ...,t MM le, MOA4i OP THi JEST rot LESS __TOP OVALITY MERCHANDISE'
Mee 'we .. ...ot., 'atea i ,
tUMSfei ;Urt err :ttherT I **
(2.1471 PO Bog 121 ear ... ... ..
III r "atte 'A
725 Jth Ml 2-2 757
day.The Avenue, Jn... avantity lis" bMfoftcl
North Trail BOB la Springs>> ,, Flo i 1ft..arJD. seetcai will the .a'wha w...". HM H rid
yrt at 30 .: A. .sue.set Oset _.<1110.. Pee .e, '11

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Qtbt Nt\U st jk, "st7 ; : ;,: +etevs,
Unshakable Fact

+FCO Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

44K : AA SG
A Stitch In Time That May Save Nine dramatic
It must have been a -
moment for on knowledgeable
The final report of the Off-Strt l become so if neglected too long. scientist who had

Parking Committee, which was presentedto The Off-Street Perking Committee's gone to church oa Good Friday
The Seattle. Observing -
City Council on Wednesday, may well proposed plan will require a great deal the city traditional was ritesof

be the stitch In time that eventually will of study before it can be either approvedor a sacred day, this worshiper

save nine. In other words, it may save ditappvjved by City Council. Some looked up from his prayers i

Naples from a mistake that has been porttetnrof the plan are certain to meet and noted that the chandelier
in the great cathedral was
made by almost every growing community with violent. opposition from certain segments .iJ '., shaking violently. He left the

In the nation namely, ignoring of the !local population, because in '.,.,. .....:of.. ."....._" .. 'I church, hurried to his Instruments ,
'';:....! 1-.i. '> 'i.i-..,;'" and verified the fact llv
downtown wide .
parking problems until It Is a plan of such scope+ somebody's .. : :-: that is now known to the

too late to do more than a haphazard lob ox Is bound to be gored. However, world-Alaska was sufferinga could touch was shaken. Yet

of solving them. Council should, and must, consider the ". .. devastating earthquake.But he saw a Fact unshaken.It .

It is now an accepted fact that the best Interests of the WHOLE communityand ; what of the others who is at this point that mod.

parking problem has become a fixture take whatever action is deemed : ';- saw the chandelier wonderedwhat shake ern man senses his dilemma.
; ; Some might have He can measure the earthquakes
m the United States. There is an old necessary for the common good no ; Vi: was happening. Some He knows what 'is happening

saying: that "only death and taxes are matter whose ox gets gored. > said, "That's odd Some Yet he has not been

eert"in" To this should be added "park. For Instance, it is again suggestedthat ; : ?:f loose thought connection, "There which must shouldbe be a able moral to develop the which kind of
seismograph can
problems because the ball diamond and be { "
ing they, too, are grandstand ',..I." "_. .: repaired. measure the tremors in his
now about as certain as anything can get. removed from Gambler Park and Its out 7?:;J.' 't. '>'''. : When the chandeliershook personal conduct, the moral

Recently in London, England, (yes, er perimeter converted to parking. This some never noticed at shifting in the earth, the rumbles

they have acute parking problems there, would permit conversion of the remaining all.The ancient prophets were ude to which a terrible might devastation.be the prel.

too) a proposed list of "solutions" which space into what the area is supposedto i i certain that God After the wars or after the

included monorails, pneumatic tubes, be a park, not a ball field. This ': the earth. Jeremiah describe knowledge of the murder of
sidewalks and which oPJJ the horror of the earthquake millions, he understands that
moving personal let propulsion suggestion, is completely logical,
>( and insisted this was a devastation. But in
was implemented at the suggestion Is bound to "stir up a hornet's nest" of P '7 look out and Jo the the midst of his present situation

of Viscount Esher to include, of protest. ... ? ;., .. town land lie a desert; he understands only
.ll things, rickshaws And he wasn't kid The proposed plan quite obviously ....."..,."., "'--'.",1.,,!'.:, .JlYft"5. ""jI-1r.t' ; shaking and he doesn't know
the Lord's
ding, either. required hours of hard work the ,' rage.
many on : certain that what to do about it Sometimes
President Johnson recently signedinto pert of committee members. It Is lust as E'I. ,, ,' Isaiah was as he manages not to no
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law a $375 million bill to aid mass obvious that the plan cannot be properly I.: r' ii&> ./ ;' ;' '.' ,. "" than the shifting of the What are the facts that are

transit systems in major cities In an effort evaluated without thorough study. It ', deeps He felt the shaking not to be shaken If we havean

to alleviate their drastic parking is to be hoped that any individual or BARBSBY and wrote, illiteracy\ about the deeps

problems, which now threaten to blight group that feels its' "ox has been gored" TODAY IN WASHINGTONBY "The foundations shake. of the earthdo of our own selves, no wonder
there Is a silence before the
downtown areas will first make certain they know what JlAL COCHRAN Earth splits to pieces. injustices and the loss of rev

An engineering survey has shown they're talking about before they launchan THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A writer says carving Is a, Earth is split into pieces, erence and the lack of courage .

that It costs a city like Washington, D. C attack It. lost art. Apparently he hasn't t Earth shakes to pieces, .
on Earth reel like a drunkenman
read the police news lately. It is not a time to
60 cents for every car that comes In from We do not feel that anyone can justify WASHINGTON (AP) A WASHINGTON (AP) A hIP shake one's head and

the suburbs (cost of traffic controls, park- either praising or criticizing the plan report by till Public Health State Department official says You lose about a minute Earth rocks like a hammock" wonder what's happen

Ing and so on). In fact, It is seriously believed at this time. But we feel we can speakfor Service lays that on the whole that election this constituted year's presidential a referen. by, stopping at a railroad But he added to this vivid ing. It Is the time to act
American were healthier dur. description of the earthquake; with the certainty that
that some largo cities might come all Neapolitans In extending thanks to dum on major foreign policy crossing compared to your
tog the year ending In Juno 1964 life if don't. his Insistence that all of this there Is a Lord who still
put ahead financially by providing free committee members for the time and than during the previous 12montha. issue and that the American you. was happening because of the says, "The world Itself
between people had voted "yes" on 4 4 weight of earth's own trans1 shall crumble, but my
transportation effort the and
perimeter park- they Into plan
put report. them. We don't think late hours "
The service's National Center r e s lion.l Everything you salvation knows no end!
Ing lots and their downtown areas. The committee members are. James for Malta aatlstlci reported Speaking at tile University of are good for one but when (it

The parking problem here in Naples Be Meredith Strong, William Hixon, Friday a lower rate of cold andflu Maryland, Harlan Cleveland,

'Is nowhere near that big, of course, but Lloyd Easterling, Goodloe McDowell, "A during rise In the incidence period of but Injuriesand addodi assistant international secretary organization of state for af- School Buses

Comparatively speaking, it can In time Robert Combs and Walter Rogers.NATIONAL common childhood diseases fairs, said one of the propositions .. AtWIJv'11"u Estimates reveal that a total
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tended to cancel out a l&l"epart is that "Americans are big ? of 12 million children will
One would have thought that of the decline for these enough and bright enough to THE COLLIE COUNTY NEWS be transported to and from
they would exert themselvesto respiratory illnesses And there take care of themselves in this ....... ",..i"9 a purchit. (rent 4 schools in the United States
fl"e world." comes to two, well, that' dif N.... .d....,_ H. I ii h '....'.,
correct, blued and unsound wu a rise In pneumonia and aboard 200,000 buses during
ferent. In mewing .b, '
OUTLOOK economic reasoning. some other respiratory all WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. your rttpom this fall.

meets" Adam Clayton Powell, D.N.Y.,
Inflation hat been dormant B said 'the American
people, says Negroes should drop their -
"Incomes Policy-New here for some year but if and exclusive" of tile armed forces emphasis on civil rights and
when It wakes up wa will and Inmate of Institution, work tot an enlarged national Historical
Name for Controlsby probably hear discussion of a experienced an estimated 387 political role. COLLIER COUNTYBy
Price-Wage U B. "Incomea policy," although mWlon acute Illnesses and Inju. Th Negro congressman pre.
perhaps under some rlei requiring either medical dieted at a new conference KURT CRIESSHABER ee AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
QCOKGI IlaceooseThe other name. We already havean attention or restriction of dally Friday that either Michigan or
Organization for Eco- such controls are unavoidable approach to such a policyin activity" during the year Massachusetts would becomethe
rtomle Cooperation and Development since wage restralnta art necessary the Administration's wage- WASHINGTON (AP) Apresidential first stat to elect a Negro
Internationalbpdy and labor would not SOUTHWEST FLORIDA'S FIRST SEAFOOD INDUSTRYIn
an price guldeposta. emergency board to tile UA Senate within a
of which the U. 8. Is a accept them without parallel When the problem comes recommended Thursday that few year.
recently issued its restraints on profits and up let's hope we have some some 27,000 firemen, hostlers ancient times the Indians
report on policies for prices clearer thinking to guide us and helpers on approximately Powell said '\he term civil of Collier and Lee Counties
; An earlier re- This Is a peculiar positionfor than 1s contained In the OECD 180 railroads receive a two-year rights movement should be were masters of s gigantic sea
lember. with policies for re- a working party of International treatise wag Increase totaling; 18 centsan dropped" and said tile outpour. food Industry. Tremendousshell
wag Increases and economists to taks. hour. Ing of Negro vote for President mounds to be found even
deals with prices, t j President Johnson appointedthe Johnson was "strictly the resultof today attest that they consumed
and other non-wag ,. ,[ board to head oft a rail Negro political leadership" tremendous amounts of
not civil rights leaders
strike threatened In a dispute shellfish
between the railroad and the
These reporta reflect chiefly
The shell mounds to be
tt" concern of the European AFIXiO Brotherhood of Loco WASHINGTON (AP) Alas.
njuions with their mounting Voters Commission LBJ : motive Firemen and Engine k* and Hawaii are the two new. found far Wand along the Tur-

inflation, although reference men eat Mates in the union, and they
1 14 made to the experience of Hold Here Abroad A wage increase of $1.78 per have the youngest populations,
the United States. In Europe f Steady day instead of tile hourly In. too.
the effort to restore price stability crease, was recommended for The Census Bureau said
haa taken the form of -=- BY BRUCE BIOSSAT several hundred engineer rep. Thursday that about 84 per cent
'Incomes policy." This rather Washington Correspondent rented by the union, of Alaaka'a population and
vague! term refera to government Assn.WASHINGTON. Under the recommendation, about 79 per cent of Hawaii'sare
Intervention by admonition Newspaper Enterprise the firemen's Increase would be under 43. The national aver
or by regulation or (NEA) retroactive to Jan. IS and tileelll1n..rI' age 1* 71 percent.
by various subtler forms of In this election It was President Lyndon Johnson, not Sen. to June I. About 9.3 per cent of the na.tlon's .
the Goldwater Union and management nego.tlator population Is over 85 But 's.
pressure -- In private Barry who was seen by an overwhelming majorityof
wage-price determining mech- Americans as the Crest Conserver. plan to meet Monday In only I.' per cent of Alaska's and I
a llm. The President captured many of the stoutest bastions of Chicago to discuss the board's 4.> per cent of Hawaii'*is. _

U.S. conservatism---New England's flinty' northern provinces.the proposals. .: .., _. ".
To Appease UnionsA broad farm belt, the Mountain West, the small towns, the .;k"t': :, ."" ",'if,., i$;, "
;. "
middle to dais Income In the suburbs "I. '
report released In IDOl by upper groups burgeoning -
the OEEO (predecessor to more than half of the eleven Old South states
OECD) had caused some eye This, then, was no victory of the urban.liberal eastern _I eeLisM DoueTAMLRCL
raising by concludingteat establishment against the outnumbered remainder of the ANNOY
while wag Increases nation. A nearly complete national consensus of 44 states
T 1'1 I x R MAG
I c4: L. CL
could be and have been an Independent ranged Itself behind the President. ACROSS Si Frulliuke
cause of inflation, Had not five southern states been so badly disaffected over Commrro S3 elll t L D N 0oj S M L .-
the same was not true of business the explosive civil rights Issue, Johnson's sweep might well dais H You Hal co A 1'1 0 t A A t
pricing policies. This exoneration have outdone Franklin D. Roosevelt's of 1930. 4.Makeweli 36 Impolhe Co t p I A R 1'4 A T I 0 ry, -
I. Inlo,1- sa Denies
of business made ,0 T A IP .I A. S t 1'1 S t.
labor unions around the world WHEN A lI.Nl'oiS: MORE VOTES than any president in aired pepper 51apl.nt \'< PElt.=- ... 0 qAT- tII ...

unhappy and apparently the history and gains a wider margin than any other, as the President 414o RII:herb RIP.I M 0 W. Co U t.II. w
new report la Intended to ao- has done, It is difficult to any that he has not been given Craph lenlll
pease them by pointing out a shattering mandate Yet it must,-in fairness, be said.- Read..d 1 SNOOT RAMOS tU. CALUSA FISHERMEN
.. Uesuii.ble H Flank 18th CENTURY
wfiys profit of regulating prices and Millions stirred In clearly them were deep voting and unsettled against fears.Goldwaterbecausehe 16 See bird pinkie ''A k It I. TIt .A 1010 It l R t 1
46 Shimmer
j' Hence, GOldwater-put forth by his zealous advocates as Behold l nero Imperial and other J local Ida coast. raHOMV
The report U equivocally .,. lied lead
II Tata SOLUTION O' YISTItDAY'31111111 Th arrival of the
SpanishIn tribe were still be found
warded throughout and care- the shining knight of the conservatives-lost conservative ore rivers Indicate that the coastallndl.ana to Inland -
tully avoids any firmly stated Republicans and Democrats In Incredible numbers. 20111I'1 nkkntmt' Si Unused 3. Puocyam t. CODllln conducted a thriving Florida triggered( a war between around Devil's Garden and

recommendations. As we read lie was touted from the start as the man who could work 22 One" 5S Cod III 4. Bin 10. HllblHlb seafood business with tribes me CalusasandConqulstadoras In me area between Palmdale
Iit I seems to say that there wonders for conservative Republican candidates for Congressand Individuality TII.4a heeded 13. Arrow Uvil'1ln the Interior. TbI Tick that continued 200 and Turner River
ui probably no very good economic lesser offices. In the tnt, however, he brought this off 25 TbeKtoff H. Act S. And: La& poa_ Island Indians seem to have dominated yan. W* have often wondered Even so, the Calusa fishing
case for controb of only in those same Deep South states where he himself managed 17 Forwerd U Dciva 6. Goddese III I3. Makes the snail Industry, and: Just how low the CaUisas Industry continued to operate
profits and prices; but that to triumph.Across 2<. Willow "anUnlll niahld 40Uar the hug burial mound in Lois held out against the Spaniards.The especially in the Caloosahat-
the nation dozens of Republican congressional genui DOWN T. liIcal'ptlil 19. Aeronaut George located near DeLand, answer was found this sum- dine River area. Smoked and
candidates-many unmistakably conservative-fell before 30 One of I fr friend IICr< .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. the Johnson avalanche 2. Cllpld'i a.One. 22. CraI" for U was demolished square acres by road maps. to Cuba. constantly
The voters appear to hate been te hold steady en Islands wlddinady what
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS toting sane builders. In the Ministry of War bending Several photographs madeIn
both the home and foreign fronts. U. ledanar :
MI'NALL: CHANCE Edit.Pub11SN1NOMAt Goldwater, In assailing so much that has been done, was rI II l' i..I' I- I' 14. rata Ocean-jolng canoes went. to In Madrid U an original 1119S-98IhowbfianramWe.
HAVE, A._ .,. Editor promising to produce major change here and abroad. 1& I. 16.1 asks far off places on dies trading manuscript showing the Collier still active In air tlsUag tradeIn
MARSHALL WYATT Adv. M...a..fAlSCRl IIJ rl14 I" cork jpdldons. Spanish Cooquls- and Lee County area as d* area. By aids time,

OPOLKA. M th.. SuptoAviO GOLDWATER AND: HIS SUPPORTERS CONTEND: now. 29 0..111111I tadores mention aeirsj on* anon It was 1680-90. EvcrySpan- however, these remnants of the
HEltMANSON DirectorMpi
Clr 114 1./11' ti/l U. Clad that Lab fort and: redoubt shown onm one: powerful and
L june' : OAua onic4 Mar and may argue vigorously for many months, that Ms bent was appnuOmeceJy 100 proodCalusa
toward sharp change was overdrawn by his adversaries and 1-' r co...... feexlong andcarr1ec1S0people.HurrJcane map with our area labeled trtb spolw the Spanish langwg -

.id* [",it,;':,.11 d.y delay in th"Cr.. *Monday by the press lie insists he would not change the economy, destroy ralll 3.leas. 'it" Dana uncovered' a -Land of the Infldals." The .. Most of them moved to
the '.' ?' County Publl.hitCe.. Social Security sell TV A, launch rash foreign ventures 1<14 IIU Jr 37 .. 10 foot long fragment of such vicinity around San Carlo Bay Cuba when the Spanish-Amcr-
plot i* r.41 1..lNh 4JMO' AVMU Mill .dd, South,... P.Na.0.5NlfNon. or touch off nuclear war 39. Potlwe canoe and cast It ashore in and Mound Key U. given" the Icao War broke out.
box i,,; Some of his positions were Indeed exaggerated In the heat lit II a 1jI''" 41 VKwsiri North Naples, when It wu retrieved name of "Puerto ". de bflde In tottrriews with SemInole
| Mid...., ItlOr for ell of battle. But he did say things on all those subjects that gave lit." or Port of the toftdels.b tiers, we
dean.,tm.nts 3o- Ii JJ H I. M 4!. DrIlU.I" by John H. Pulling The wen told that Cm
. his critics real ammunitionThe U quite obvious that the /
43. Eye, Old sides are 36 Inches long five Spanish Indians which attached
tubsc'ratIN R.INbr majority of American voters was repelling his broad "riruI JJ Inches thick la Caw Indians were still WI- Gee William
csrt.r, .r mill p.y'W. .Hi attack however, much they with parts of it I places and.Judg Hame/s outpost
might agree /r i rnaalots CGnI *red thai dm tocatad
at *
.... ew log from th* of the eight dw Ca-
.N. They saw In Lyndon Johnson a man who suggested security '" N .1" ,.... lines cypress River
tn.) i'...v II 15. SIX' MonUw $'.... and continued well. ''I' tree from vfckh It was Ravaged by several outbreaks toosahatchet hi June of
President mandate
being the no
Month U 71..mll. They gave
/1 all
"F.".* .. N The AMOClilMl Prn. for big new programs because he specified none They fJ la :.. ff L. M ifl she made U was five or sic feet of smallpox cotsptodwtd 1829 were remnants" of the Inland -
:h w .ntlled i .. .+,ely tI thM gave him no proven demonstration of affection 14'I Iflf In diameter. Fire was wed to military action by dJa,Spaa Calusa Win trftes.Aa .
loi 411 tacit SO Crdauveof
,m. d....'..p..bl'uhon prints 'In th,. papc .. Hating heard and seen Geldwater, having watched the iil" tidier hollow out the craft. Wi. th* power of the Caiusas account of this attack
,,, 4* .t': AP news 4l"pUhM. I'President perferm since John Kennedy was assassinated they In In SI Tdbarals v.a know ol no odr discovery waned to me period from 1890 and die sad fate of Ole Id-
Litrt4 II 4K_ aSs m tt r turned U Lyndon I' to JtM, parUcnlartY along the ka's
Pitt ON .. N.pin riorM4, Johnson In I.toals.c..be" U proem tVBbal of ocean-going dugout war parry wo b* n Act sr MI.I., a iar the world they hate ,er awe U MM II/ __ canoe fragment elAer nor- West Coast. Remnants of size : la four articles

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School Menus tt :T I ,
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The menu at Lake Park School! I ,

for the coming week < o'JL I
Monday-Hot dogs, escallops Jpotatoss J Ji
green beans, purple
plums, and milk J
I Tuesday-MMt loaf, mashed,
potatoes, gravy tossed salad.,<
sweet peas, rottt and milk. J Ji 1
Wednesday Veterans' Dill : '
Ham and beans, cottage chess <
,'Jlard greens, cake, bread and j By JANE MARTIN
milk i j
Thursday Chow: meln ant
rice tomato wedges, Jello with
pineapple, rolls and milk Newcomers, old timers, visitors, houttgutsts in town

Friday Toasted cheese sandwich all add up to a running start for the big "...son."

dill chips, potato sticks Rear Admiral' and Mrs Malcolm F. Schoeffel qualify t.rA
carrot sticks, broccoli, lee
cream and milk. for the newcomer category. They. are in their new homeon

Springllne Drive, and in a few year expect to become

permanent residents In the meantime, they will divide
The menu at Bhadowlawn
School for the coming week) the yeer between Naples and Alexandria, Va. The Shoef-

r Monday-Barbecued pork on fits are going to spend Christmas in Alexandria this year
bun, tossed salad, green beans, Across the
mixed fruitTuesday street on Springtime Drive Mr and Mrs

-Ooulash, t urn I p M. J. Waterhouse have also moved Into a new house.

*** of greens, pickled beets, corn. Mrs. Waterhouse's mother, Mrs. W.*A. MacKay, will ar

bread, Jello rive early in December to stay until they all return to N
Wednesday- beef,
mashed potatoes broccoli, Canada in the spring. Mrs. MacKay goes to Toronto,

French bread, apricots. Ontario, and Mr. and Mrs. Waterhouse to Huntsville, Ontario .
Thursday:-Mrs. LID h 1m'I .
McKirahan fourth trader Hot dogs, chicken PLANNING FOOD for Tt'nit\-In..tlw-Co\'e's; aniiunl Chnstin.is. bazaar
Gmyrek noodle soup, coleslaw, crackers Mr. and Mrs Connor Harris are others who will re are these nimnnttii m"minis\ Ii': "'mi left! : It.s. William ( Jian-lv co-

fudgelcles. turn to their former home for the holidays The Harrises chail'mall.ll's.: K.nnlolph i ) Hill.i; Mil.u I 'k Wmti-ra i'o-c hail'man. and

cotash Frlday-T u'D t salad sue come from Brielle, N. J. They moved to Naples this Mrs V 11I1'1' Wood Tlu lia/iu \\ill h,' lit.Id Nil\ ember 17.NEWS.
spinach butter
Mr. and Mrs Ralph J. McKlrahan, 2653 Van Buren peanut fall and ( photo)
cookies are at the Sand Castle'
Avenue, East Naples, are announcing the engagementof . .. -
their daughter, Ruth Ann, to Edward W. Gmyrek, son ur and Mrs F Prank Mayfield, of Cincinnati, are at
of Mr. and Mrs Walter E. Qmyrek, 1401 N.E 179thEl --- the Reef Club and have with them Dr and Mrs. William
.. North Miami Beach The menu at Sea Gate School Woman's Club tamed from Rachael Wilson Baby Girl For
Miss McKirahan Is t 1M1 graduate of Naples Senior tor the coming week Keith of Toronto, Ontario. Today they all go to Key president or at the door.

High, Cc) 'hool. She is a Junior at Ohio Northern University, Monday Hamburgers on buns, Biscayne for meetings of the American Academy of Neur At EvergladesPlans Five members of the Ever. Phillip MusicsMrs.
Ada, Ohio where she IN! a member of Delta Zeta Sororityand asparagus, Waldorf salad, Graham ological' glades Woman's Club attended
Is co-editor of the Northern Review, the student cracker cookies, milk. Surgery. BreakfastThe a regional meeting and luncheon Phillip Gene Music gave
newspaper Tuesday Cowboy: s t e w, When the foursome returns Wednesday they will Everglades Woman's Club of the Florida Federation of Woo birth Sunday, November 1, to a

Gmyrek was graduated from Miami Norland High School lettuce salad and dressing bring along Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Uihlem end Dr. and will give an "Arthritis Break men's Clubs at the Holiday Inn, baby girl weighing 7 pounds U
in 1961 He le a senior at Ohio Northern University and orange Jello with apricots, muffins Mrs. fast" on Saturday, November 14, Fort Myers, on November 2. ounces and measuring 19J.|
George Dr. Uihlein and Dr. Baker
is a member Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. butter milk.WednesdayIl are neuro- In Fellowship Hall of the Com. Those attending were Mrs. Inches. The baby has been named
No date has been set for the wedding. a m, scalloped suregons on the staff of the Mayo Clinic. munlty Church. Breakfast will be Gladys Folkerth Mrs. Lee Tye Cheryl Lynn. It Is the first child

potatoes, buttered beets, tapioca Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sigmier recently arrived at served from 8 to U a.m. Mrs. Helen Atkins, Mrs. G. E. for the Musics.
pudding with cherry saucebread, The Florida Federation of Wo. Whltmore and Mrs. Billie Gld. Mr. Music Is clubhouse as.
butter and mUk.ThursdayTurkey. their Mansion House apartment and will be here until men's Clubs Is urging each club eon. slstant\ at The Moorings Country .

Visiting Nurses with dress. May. The Sigmiers spent the summer In Shaker Heights, in the state to hold a similar Club. Mrs. Music lathe former .
Ing and gravy, mashed sweet Ohio. breakfast. The proceeds will be Andorra's Politic Janis Radford of Bonita
potatoes, relish tray, Ice cream, .
donated to the Arthritis Founda.tlon. The tiny nation of Andorra Springs.
bread butter and milk.
ANNUAL VISIT is under the suzerainty
a republic
Carry On Drive Friday-Tuna casserole,peas Mrs. Helen Atkins and Mrs. .
sliced tomatoes, brownies, Miss Margaret Stace is here for two weeks from Gladys Folkerth areco.chalrmen of France and the Spanish IH thiir, u tuning anndciyour ,
) This
of ,
Urge ,
bread butter, milk. Traverse City, Mich. Her hosts, Gen. end Mrs E, W. of the event. Tickets may be ob. sovereignty bishops over the land is 'hne k.ld"II"Nlllm. or yells hUll Mii ,', ",h..d" ,

Timberlake, a buffet last and still in effect due to the ,, ,
gave Sunday
For MembershipsThe The menu at Naples Junior supper party add MI'< ( llH fKh.hlVpue yro'"
High School for the coming weeks are entertaining again tonight so Miss Stace may see the Party Honors treaty of 1278. ilong with turn lid.

Monday-Hamburgers, cauliflower many friends sho has made during her annual visits

Visiting Nurses Council of home nursing for the ill or physl. with cheese sauce, potato Wednesday, Mrs Timberlake also entertained the Mer Children's ChoirThe
Greater Naples was well repre. cally disabled. In an emergency sticks, onion slices, peaches,
vented election day, when mem. when no doctor Is readily avail. milk. maids for luncheon. Children's Choir of Ever. Lovclil1cSS
ben set up tables at three polling able, the nurses may be reached Tuesdayeanle wienies, but. Mr and Mrs Vaughn L. Crite are at their home on glades Community Church was Lilt", 10,"
places, In Precincts 5, 6, and 10, for one Initial visit by phoning tered greens, celery strips,corn 16th honored at a Halloween party on oft' I
Avenue South
Mr. Crile
manned from 10a.m.to6p.m.by 'Mll.45151J subsequent calls can bread and butter, cake with cherry flew down in his own Wednesday October 28, at the .Jlla 'lU"oJ .J1't
volunteers who handed out Ultra be made only on order from a U. sauce, milk.WednesdayRoast. plane and will use It to make business trips to Washington, home of Miss Rachael Wilson, tJ y

ture and membership blanks to tensed practicing physician. beet,mash. Pa., between now and when they go north again in their leader. ., Dychfs Beach Club Beauty Salon MI S51
ed and A treasure hunt was the first
the lone lines ofvderswaittngto The nurses are on call from potatoes gravy cabbage
cast their ballots. 8:30: a m. to 4 p m. Monday slaw, green beans, rolls and June. Vaughn W Crile drove his mother to Naples, and activity of the afternoon followedby coiffure Cues for You we're all for that, because

Mrs Lowe Berger chairmanof through Friday, for services butter pudding, milk. spent a few days before returning to Pennsylvania a sing. Wieners were roasted If It's Just what we've always
membership for the Visiting such bed baths Thursday-Roast turkeyswe on the patio and other picnic foods you've heard the new felt I
as Irrigations Not but have
one, two trips to Europe occupied rumblings about "tots otcurl"
Nurses Council, assisted by her { potatoes, buttered beets, cran. were served How to Capitalize
surgical dreMlngi, hypodermal
Mrs. E. K. Hall Jr since she left Naples From March until Miss Wilson's sister or tried to de.
ovchalrman: Miss LouiseGalas, Injections. maternity and new berry Jelly, bread and butter, Mrs. C.E. cite If could Scurry fast to your
made tilt arrangements through burn care, rehabilitation proce. date cookies, milk.FrldaytTunaflsh. May she toured Austria, Greece, Yugoslavia, and visited Whitmore, was assistant\ hoe your "bubble"you .part. what's with phone, and dial MI. 2.2753
Edna Crltib Santa county super lures and many other types of and noodles( relatives in Norway. The Mrs. Hall was at her home In tess. the hot news from the for your beauty date I Dame
visor of and Sheriff peanut butter sandwich tomato
home nursing The regular Fashion was never so
"Doug" Hendry charge for such visits is $4, but wedge, peas and carrots, orange Cedar Grove, N J., until she went to Paris in August to Trinity WomenTo beauty mirror world Dear Smile at varied. Capitalize on the

Volunteers serving at the polls an adjustment may bemadeatthe juice bar, milk.Byrams. join frienas for a six week tour of the Chateau Country think your you'll like, our scoop., we new coif freedom: let us

were: F1rellouae-Mmes. Robert discretion of the nurse for tho&e Mrs. Hall arrived at the Bahama Club Wednesday. Hold Monthly The most fashionable hair. give you the lines you've
Bowling, Lowe Berger, Louis.Shafer who cannot afford the full fee.
and Uoyd E. Uhl| First Membership blanks for the Vis. To Talk Mr. and Mrs J. Ward Keener are also at the Bahama Meeting TuesdayThe do In the news Is the always longed for. You'll
style that looks 'best on your leave our salon feeling
Methodist Church .. Mmes. D.H.Quoeney King Nurses Council may be ob. Club. Mr. Keener will be travelling around the world in Some lucky ladies swish out lithe, lightheaded and

Barnes and Dean Harriet Miller, Wade II. T.; tamed chairman from, Mrs the Lowe membership Berger This Week For January. For this two-week visit they have their Akron, of Trlnlty.by.the.Cove Episcopal Church Church Women of our salon curled to the light.hearted I Nothlngdoes
hilt others have Just a tilt as much for a woman as a
church of Christ-Mmes. AIM 180 Eighth Ave. S. Ohio, neighbors, Dr. end Mrs Thayer Parry, with them. will have their monthly meeting to ;their smoothie lines. lovely hairstyle. It's high
Fayard, Types of membership offered Guild The Keeners will back on Tuesday, November 10, at 10
Philip It Dodge Francis St. Ann's be In the spring Paris says your fare, your time this "hair life" hap.
Ford, and A. A Anderson aret Regular, $Z.OO per year; a.m.Mrs. silhouette, your persona. pened to your I
During the long wait at the Sustaining, $5.00;; Patrons, Mr. and Mrs John Byram CHECKING ON THE LINKSA Richard Lambert will Illy should determine the
polls, the volunteers handed out $25.00 and Ufe, $100. will be the guest speakers of show slides and give a talk on Look we like for you And
little more on foreign travellers Mr, and Mrs.H. .
numerous leaflets covering the St. Ann's Guild at its meeting : "Church and Family Life In Alas
work of the Visiting Nurses now this week, according to Mrs Milton Link are not due back from their fine cruise ka".

available for home service In the RELIC FROM GALILEE Allan Deland, publicity director until the 17th. They wrote from the French Riviera that Hostess for the coffee hour will'' ( '(2.CJUf' .,fi y( Fur:
for the guild be Mrs. Joseph WeekS.Massie.
Greater Naples area. Nha \Rk) (API Recently I \ U'
had been friendly and each
The Byrams will be featured everyone very spot was more
The Visiting Nurses Council, added In the Amrrunn-Isruel ex
(now In Its third year of successful hihii, al| tlir, Nrw York World'i. as the croftram for the evening fascinating than the one before However, up until then, I\,
operation In association with I I'au *,,. ,, MI-l Collier County Health Depart "> mofi ill.in 2.IKK) "pounds. trlcal personalities they met In f mi; }HID( muni
ment.employs two graduate reg. 'Inini the Nvmiy|tui. ul Capernaummi their years In New York. Ghirardi Is back on Seventh Avenue, North, from ,
Islered nurses with special train tin .Iurr', ol I the Sea ul( Mrs. Byram was one of his annual four or five months abroad Although he has Dr. John Robert Mauls, Jr., .JJ ;J.;"
!rag In bedside care, to provide (ml i tI"r win'11, K SUH time laughl. New Yorks' leading publicists 53, prominent surgeon of Rich
before her retirement to Naples (Continued on page 7) mond, Va., died in Everglades lout\ IIEtlJTL.' ?
five years sgo. She worked on Friday morning while on a fish r ,

'''' ., ..... ... such theatrical productions as ing trip. f' I
Wonderful Town", 'OSevltn Year f Read :the:: w tf\d--l I Ha was president d the Rich J _.r
Z .< \ Itch", "The Happiest Mil. mond Academy of Medicine, a t Arc I
good look
W" ., llonalre", "Hotel Paradise" and member of the American College your hiding under
many other productions over a*. -= of Surgeons and a veteran of sumeier-"lulled.t hair? Ln our ex- r

span of more than 18 years World War D. Dr. Masste was pert style hair and tCti
Bryam Is former play editor PERSONALIZED also a member of Grace Epls.eopal : your give you
for Paramont pictures and atone Church of Richmond. I one of our ofr gentle| permanents i t

time was the drama editor for Surviving are his widow, Mrs 10

the New York Times He ls Christmas Cards Charlotte Massie, twodaugnttrs f\) for appointment call. .
considered by many to be one Motile T. Massie, and Evelina
of America's foremost advisers 0 Massie, and a brother, ii
.u ;i, on adaptations. of plays Into 40 Albums In every price range Thomas, all of Richmond, Va. : DaJ4 'eatery S4 44
motion picturesSine Funeral services will be In
it the Byram's have lived Richmond with interment In the
In Naples, Byram has been at.socialed Vlllambrossa Cemetery of that
v with Ad Miller As. SONG & STORY SHOP call MI 2..72
1> hi. rrl city Local arrangements were The Naples Sho pn; Plaza 5u
< soiUtes as director of sctverttslng >
made through the Richard A.
639 5th Ave. So. MI 2-3520 __
and Is also triedrectoi'
Pittmui Funeral Home of Naples. .
of pubUc relations at Naples \ } )
community Hospital. He has -
rwr.r, written numerous articles for SZZZZ

9 ,., ., NM several publications Including the II II'HIT"
a tiq d New York Times and Variety.
At the November 10 meeting PREVIEWof
to be held at the home of Mrs cn
Paul Power, 611 13th Ave 8.,
the Byram's will discuss and CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
relate anecdotes about their ex.parlances .

people and will they discuss In have the many theatrical met during fascinating world their 1 o..t ((V DECORATIONS, TAGS, CJJ

careers. All women of the Pariah

are invited to attend tJOJnwW. UNUSUAL GIFT WRAPS, (

ONE 01 : (lOOOO MI' I i I.. 'igr t I.,'., 1\11.. KIN Hi inik" 4i Paul E. Lees I
th, 1 <1r. Mu > Ii d 011111' (hlld SunMmtiv. Ih,' ''l1or\i BOXED and COUNTER CARDS
than -W: i)00 \niiuin i, uln'n born t'.u Ii nuth vnout' .
birth left .1" "d 1.i "n a with an open n>m<' Aiidlmlsur. Guest SpeakerAt
guar tit..iti/I/ ;,' when ,h. ?a-i three days old !Mnko.limn( 11k ETC.WHERE.
with ),,'r I I.i. "I i ,I't ION .i doll is the daughter( of Mi and I
Airs Paul r. llumcki. o( Denver ColoPERMANENT EvergladesPaul m2i6Aei

E. Lees, Everglades real ?
estate man, will be the Novem. MUq -
SPECIALS ber speaker for the Everglades "'*

Ovsrantttd Woman's In the Club club meeting rooms at to Ever.: beheld I
From $10
@ including U$ Ptrweiwei IB Nave fM glades City Hall on Tuesday, 94fe ky gahfty I
November 17, at S p.m.
$12.50 Lees vtsitled Russia and ..,. +
false o.s IAclutl. leer M.. tells era! European eoMrtries this
C.ndeener, 1"M. Nrnne past summer Hlslect reHRan.

W nrsrrNT CUT tnt. ..,IA',. M. dam Travel Notes" will be a>. !
T M. n. 'Bride and h
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'..... IP0 '0' '" 'noel I. "' '" ''' '' companied by colored slides to "' lSt 6Y1? Shop'
Ms talk

flan.11WILLS HAIR FASHIONS ; 11.The Mrs lecture G. is I open Whitman it> the pub.and 34& ST So 722 Fifth A.S !

j eat FINN. A.... M- pease_**' Hue.. leis. Mantle Ozmer will act ..
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COLLIE COUNTY NEWS N,0I., Fl.. 5 oc.v, Nevwnbw S IH4 7 q.:,. 'rr.. a a,'',1''
Naples High

'.. .------ Limit One With $3 or More Order LAND 0' LAKES
PTSA Drafting [ tIii'h )

Hans. For Year

TIlt Ifiple SenUii High Parent. a/
Tesoher4Ru"lent \SSn,lutlMix.tcutlve \ .
Committee men ruis.
day evening, November jt the
high school to formilatf, [plan
for tile coming sear v'tr'TILE
Alan Footer, pre-.J,1"11' i ,i tto,
PTA, presided and liti, ,KlKtxlI ,
I.''>*rd members *s (/"l! '1 .s t_
Wallace Woodruff, ulntlpal.jeorga .
( Rogers, lusi Vllt' !..
;dint; M Lowe, guldam, t un&. La.' pCCEN1
for; L. L Loach, SP' and: vice t The Price Is Right
president; Mrs M Bernard,

Fred membership 0 Binder chairman, hist'tan,. Mrs.Mrs h '
And The Savin's Are
F. P, Dayton, secret an; Mrs. Big ;
Grace Prince: telephone chair. r
meat); Mrs. J Lulejtan, news. L f>.a .

ard letter DeTurk Chairman publicity; and Mrs chairman Rich- ,, Plus You Get The Extra. ;

I George; Rogers, who alto
serves as program chairman Bonus Of TOP VALUE STAMPS !! ir
announced: the next meeting will ,e L1
be held December 1 at 8 p.m. ,
in the high school auditorium, I !r' The Thrifty Way To Easy
and that Dr. Robert Gates, from 'lI
the Department of Education in Christmas
Tallahassee,will be the speaker ;
Rogers said "We are fortunateto 0 r f \
!Have an opportunity) to hear t e
Gate speak on quality educationfor SIIRINERS' BEAt t.TY CONTEST to tw held in FkCELL a eflsWfe "f"Priest r
our children." conjunction with a Dimity Coimmti.. \ Hill on No
Ticket will be Issued for the vember 28, will be in charge of Ta, 11Rl1rl, Chris Effective Nay. 9 Tkrv 11 I I ;.
evening and) members of the Elli, shown. The Naples Shrine ( lul contest is r r
PTSA, all PTA's, and all In. open to all girls living in Collier (fount betweenthe STORE HOURS

crested attend, Mrs parents DeTurk are said urged De.to ages of 17 and 26 Proceeds! from the Charity OMN Til 6 30 MON. TO THURS. I
tails will be released laterA Ball to be held at the Beach Club, will go to the OWN lit 9.OO P.M. FRI. f;
PTA School of Instruction, Shrine Crippled Children' Hospital Any girl interested OPEN Tit 7.00 P.M. SAT. 0 1Qeaatity
hosted by the Lee County Junior in entering the contest should contact Mr.
High School was held on No. or Mrs. Ellis at MI 2-3762: during the day or at Rights Reserved
Vember >, and attended by Mrs. MI 2-3944 evenings. (NEWS photo) qua ,arsemw rsgticTED
LuUftan.. Woodruff Loach. Mrs.
Dayton, -Mrs Prince and Mrs. SUCIDBeef I11I
I school FLORINA, Greece (AP) -
.Bernard of Naples. The
j J,I featured study groups learning Good news tor the Greek royal Sea ExplorersTo
duties of the various PTA com. house was contained in an an. Liver1W0 u'39c
mlttees. nouncement by King Constan.
Prealdent Poster announced tine. He believes Ms lg.year.old Meet Here
' the next executive board meet. bride Queen Anne.Marte, Is BRAND LEAN fRlSHGr'd
I lag will be held Wednesday, No. expecting.The Next ThursdayA '
I vember 18, at 8 p.m. at the high 24.year.old Creek mono
, school. Plans for the Dec 1, arch made the announcement to Beef J.LLCI"' Psh $39 ; : '
I PTSA program will be final newsmen here Friday while meeting of the Naples Sea
trod at this meeting touring northern Macedonia. Explorers group has been called
! for Thursday, November 12, Rotary 'AlM RIVER SLICED
t!, Ii ,III committeeman Miles Sro. a
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r field announced yesterday. The
THE NAPLES meeting will be hell In the new Bacon. Ll 45c
Community Center building and I I 0 1E
will start at 8 p.m.
Notebook Bill Zimmerman, skipper, SB. .. ,
nounced that a movie showing-
previous activities of the ...plor..r .
(Continued from page 6) croup will be shown.The mov. LAMB SALE!l
le was produced by George Lake. '
Boys In the 14 to 18 year old ,, Square Cut Lamb Shoulder "' BAKERY!
group "with s real Interest In a'r
to Italy for several where he does his activities of the explorers" are ( DIXIE DARLING IARI.Q
gone years writing Roast.39 "
Invited to attend the meeting, I .
and always tours other countries, this is the first time he Scoflsld HId.llcCool. ( t Broad .Mtfii,23t

has gone to the British Isles. Mr Ghlrardl spent monthin DIXIE DARLING COCONUT

England/, Ireland, and Scotland. LeavittTo Clops Ll 49c Pah r
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Sacco of New York arrive Tuesday ,' j Twirls 2 J 1gt, 49c i
They'wil) bring with them their fowfweekold son, Give SpeechesAt
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Mark, to see his grandparents/ Dr. and Mrs. l. H. Gilley. Toastmasters ,
About November 20th the Gilleys to Ottawa,
go ChtrUs McCool and John Lea. NtSCAfl
Kansas, for their annual hunting trip and to spend Thanks- vttt are scheduled to give the
with friends and relatives in their former home principal speeches at the regu.
giving tar 6 ,
meeting of the Naples Tout. es
town. masters Club at 6tSO o'clock nstcnt Coffee Jar 79c'j
Mrs. W. L Taylor is here from Oxford, N. C., to Tuesday night In the Blks Club r r r
dialog room. Ted Below will be
visit her daughter, Mrs. James Watkins, and also to toastmaster of the evening
see her gandson, William Watkins, Mrs. Watkins and The Invocation will be given hi 4c
their A. P. Ayers Members sodguesta
baby. will be Introduced Earl G.
"Adelaide! Inc.," a door or two up the street from Hodges. Ronnie May will serveas i ;vo'Gelalin hg. Pig. 7c
Mrs. Watkins' "Gallery," is slated to open November t 16th topics master, assigning top. Umlt Feurr
Ics to the members for 90.sec'ond r r r
Miss Margaret Gilfillan arrives this weekend from Colum- talks.

bus, Ohio. Jut Santa will art as mllller
Mr. and Mrs Julian Wald; have returned to Mid evaluator with Bruce Muinin and SAVE 6c ASSORTED COLORS ARROW

way, Ky., after being at'their home here on First Street, George Vet u his evaluators. me
Ted Thorward will hold thewatch 400 (t Pki. C
South. They will be beck In January. on the members and Lea wut Fcicicil 2 LMtTwaYstir 25

Remember to call Mrs John Meadors, MI 2-4169.' Stanley aker will Terry be will toe be grammarian the wizardof Issue. r r ( .
for reservations for the bridge luncheon and card party aha,

sponsored by the Naples Community Hospital Woman's SAVI ISc WHITI OR ILUI AllOW
Auxiliary Date: Tuesday, November t 10th Time t 12 .ambers fvr acid and thinly sweet ulurJ unionyogurf p,IJ-.

noon. Place: Caribbean Restaurant Him. combirndim ", "k".n llfll"I. C
excellent appvtlrcr .a 1_d. D Shift Tee Will $3 lO
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Beginning our 26th Yearin *helen burton

the same location It BREAKFAST SPECIAL

1 ? WINIFREDA I I KEEKER'S ",'" 12 eL (ore :l9c
-' Ckristma* roll I Lion Horine1'spcim limit Tee

# MARINELLO RH4J for four Selection r r

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used for the first tn"" ':-., mm!1 ,", |.|,ili'! .itlnn. -t,' HM'R SUNOCO; Service tl 13tLl

Stallin! ',"< ,tr> i MI I i \ m \aJJ: |, i 11'1, ,I- till home of II .
the Best auto service in i tow n. A complete line of automotive tires,

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G What's new in leisure wear for men? Bill Keppwas
r caught by our "News" photographer unpacking .
a new shipment of "Jump suits" the ultimate

in comfort for wear in the boat, in the

yard, around the house 1 We persuaded Bill to' glitter of Christmas merchandise is beginning to be seen in stores .

over the city these days. Doty, from 5th Avenue Rexall Drugs has ,
model this Original Bill Perry Jump suit for us,
just completed arranging a beautiful display of gift items in their ,
and you can see by the bright grin that he's hap J
cosmetic department. She is seen here, finishing up one of the shelves
v about the whole affair. The suit is made of
r '""f"fIA "fx py loaded with items to please any femme fatale on your gift list. You're

100'r, cotton poplin, and you'll find it at Kepp's invited to stop in and see what's new in exciting gift ideas in the cosmetic

M"+Ndl""., wy t > Men's Shop, 752 Fifth Avenue South. $14.95 department at Naples 6th Avenue Rexall Drugs, 800 Fifth

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II Something &:comph't'U L' and olutlonarv m rose bushes for South 6
Florida IN now on, the market, Aft.?i v, 011. "or xpcnmentsl< growing 2
by the Florida State r\pemii"iit:: :Sl.Unni; ,, WI iSA FO Tl'NIANA rootstock 1
is proxiiiK to lie superior totll\' other)' for Florida's conditions.
Wendell F. Peterson new "" 111'1 : One of then( m-w bushi's at thin store. The new Rosa Fortunlana I i\\ 1I IL
loot Mock haw 1 proved to be MO popular in Naples that the bushes _
have sold ,I' fast atthr, \ could he i inched i i Another shipment is on
ordei. and you'll' tmd them ,it N.ipits; ) ( ;iarden'' Spot, JP 7 5th Ave., So,

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+ VOGUE FASHION SHOPPE located on 6th Avenue So, at the corner
wp Tp ... of Park street is getting all ready for the Holiday seasons just ahead.
'ii SM a Mrs. Kaverman wife of the owner is shown in the picture above displaying
4hv some of the new dresses just arrived for the Holiday season.
You will find nil types of beautiful ladies wearing apparel in this
store at reasonable prices plus courteous service. They also feature
Free gift wrapping and mailing.
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Hi; (aok'Vu' /ru going t ti, luxe M inr i i ,< i .:iit.-'' That's not aU that's h

,ew The whole building is brand new maul I Abrahamson owner of
: JJ
>k ide Bowl points out some of Uw lien' feature of the new ad.

i a \ ''nch will soon be completed. It HI house the newest facilities V I1

''rlbt> and table tennis in the rite .t| AMF Billiard tables and Renienih'i :
.t--i utmas Eves gift hio.ug rush'You

ril, I iibles.; There will also bt ,\ I ioni available for clubs and could bi 1 i of these picture The "News"
representative p.' .\ed these up from the Naples GRANTS TOYLAND. now ready for the Christmas buyer with the
i .,11 I meetings and parties! }ind" Uedenbauvh newly apPV -
Hobby Shop t taken last year during the last most complete assortment of Toys Dolls etc. In fact so many are

l" .I. ,r of Breokald Billiards and Norman Turner look on minute rush h..l.r. Santa arrived. The Hobby the newest lines of Toys, you WUKI be amazed if we could take the
Shop urge you u.. come in early this season and
while Mi.. Alu-uhanuon tells them that they hope to have the addition get your selections!\ made while stocks are com space to name them. As in the picture above you can see there is something .

lomplote and ready for business t bthis time next week. Brook. plete. Napl, Iil, iby shop is located at 721 nth for everyone. And the easy part ls buying now. You can buy on

Avenue South al, a Open evenings until 9 '00 PM credit or our convenient Lay-away plan. Take your choice but, come
side Bowl I and Billiards located at :2nj.! : :> Davis Blvd. in East Naples. until Christmas out now and choose loun.'t .

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Private PlotsMOSCOW
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(AP) Reversinga ply about M per cent of the
} Ir Khrushchev policy, fee Krem. gras output. High productivity jy
I tin' new leaders base an.nouncvd of the pM! compared to the
5 pUM to Moannf lower ytM of the state-operated, :t
n private (arm Inc. The mow !. farms has been a Source of em. _
''l900000000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOO\\; ; .xp* td to increase tile Soviet brraraBt to Soviet leader. .
Union's bard >rw ttd agricultural Wp, who** loncrancCoal is "

Homecoming fever grow tor Class project. Profits will output. a collective-tarn economy: n .... .
more Intense every day at If HI. more than pay for the Junior. Under IQiruMtohev, farm pol. Khnii h*. began dmpha ....
Wednesday tile student body vot. Senior Prom. icy emphasis was on stat own. shire the private farm sector n.
od for Homecoming Queen, whoII -_ f rship while print plot were In IBM. By 1M1. total acreage 11.
among the five Senior attend. John Richardson, Beta Club reduced and limitation placedon of private plots had dropped "
anti: Joy president, has announced that the private ownership of live from 4 to I.I per cent and pit' s.
fhdii Smolland "
Natalie week of November14 Is American stock valely owned livestock k de.creased 1. "" 8<1
Linda Uhllch. Karen Hullwn,who Education: Week,and his< lub KIN( ; .\0 '.11 t rTti II rh H.I, .j,9 atE "In recent years unwarranted from 46 to W per ce t.

tI to charge of choosing queen will have several poster for this \'et'6lctd'" 1' .Jtlltll Pt. d/.j/ ( 'l'ri\' Brown restriction were permitted In Nearly SO per cent of livestock onof
and her attendants, assures all displayed at the school. ( shown ) :-" ,1IlIlnnrtr' } this area although the economic products are supplied by prl.
that no one will know who the condition were not yet ripe," vately-owned stock. a.s .
queen Is until next Friday night Leonid I. Brihnv, first secretary Brezhnev made clear thai lli
at the Homecoming football The Senior Steering Commit. of the Soviet Communist Khrushchev's proposals to reor i
,[amd Runoffs for Junior and tee has already started planning party, said Friday. ganlt the agricultural system hu
Sophomore attendants wr won for graduation. Cap and gowns Everglades NewsBy "Th... restrictions bar now would be abandoned. H* placed
by Kathy Turner and Peggy Mine, have been ordered.In accordancewith been eliminated." he said. "It stress on material Incentives forth
respectively class colors burgundy and would be Incorrect to neglect rarmers and greater inJe. i ir rte

The three classes and the silver, the gowns will be bur. BILLIE D SMITH O' ,, ': the poaaibllitle of the private penitence for collective aims In t4
cheerleaders hay been busy re. gundy and tassels on the caps .:.. farming plots of collective planning and organ!zat ion. r.I..
bearing their skits\ to be pr. will be burgundy and silver.Girls farmers, workers and employ The new decrees appeared to .
vented on Skit Night next Thurs. will wear the class flower, a The witches walked, the ember 13. The well known for the satisfaction of their have gone into effect In some i ..
day. Several of these will be whit rose Honor students will scarecrows and goblins Strut- Sgt. G.W. "Whitey" I Knutsen needs." parts of the nation Pi avda. the aIe
staged at Friday's Pep Rally. wear special gold tassels. Since ted in the Holloween parade of Florida Highway Patrol will Bmhnev, who replaced Khru.shchev .Communist party newspaper,
And every class and club Is this year's Senior Class is the through the main streets of lecture, and will show a (Urn a* head of the party, said Friday that Ukrainian and Lr

preparing a Homecoming float, largest graduating class In the Everglades on Halloween eve. on "Motor Scooter Safety" to announced the Important policy Estonian authorities had approved .
In another show of undying school history of the school, it will beth The school band the 50 or more Junior Deputies shift in a speech at the Kremlin the policy reversal :.
spirit. first graduation on the football who reside In Everglades.Most Hall of Palaces on the eve of the Ofo
The Dukes, a swi gm' dance field. The Steering Commit.to played stirring marching tunes, residents Bolshevik Revolution's 47th an. Pittman Returns
and Everglades
despite the rain "
drizzling ,
band from St. Petersburg which hopes to hive a student body nlversary
was such a hit at last year's section in the bleachers. Bandmaster Bertls Gideon waved agree that the Junior Deputy The decision was expected to From State Meet
Junior-Senior Prom, will provide his baton to lead the band program Instigated by Sheriff win warm approval among the
entertainment for the Homecom. until the parade turned down "Doug" Hendry Is the greatest"preventive" nation's large peasant population Rlchafd A. Pitt man, presidentof
log dance next Saturday night. Tuesday (election night) mostof Stoner Avenue and the school for Juvenile delinquency and relieve shortages of the Florida Funeral Directors ANT .\ WVr-NSON!' tooki lik< ,.III 'IllIhql\l\\ fish

All students< and their dates are Mr. Cunningham's BO govern grounds. The judges waited on in this age group. potatoes, eggs, milk, meat and Association, returned Friday' i mm IMM/ II.. Hhuuldn't In,, s" in.u,,, aught this
invited, and special Invitations ment students gathered at Linda the basketball court to Judgethe Officer Rogers is doing a tremendous vegetable in the cUI... night from Tallahassee where h* Iitti: M ,, ,ml,, .' '. pounits, \17 iu s 'long/ rhiir: -

are *xtnded to all alumni. Uhlich's house to watch the lec- costumes, and award prizes job in this capacity. Private plots In the Soviet attended a two day session with sins ucllt \\ 111\\,. tishuiH, .nit th''' lorHoii; Rivet
tlon return over television and In Union account for only 3 per other officers and directors ol biulK> :s" "Mill U.srd nmllrt hi'ail lot hall
see how close they came with many AILING cent of cultivated land but sup the association
Class President Rick Clemons their predictions of electoral Categories of costumes for Everyone knows and loves

Is proud to state that the Jun. votes. Rick Johnson was a bit op. prizes we ret Prettiest, Most Laura Slmms who U employedat

lor Class took In $3,400 on their tlmlstlc when h* rave Senator Original In Pre-School, and Scariest. Everglades Sundries, and t\ :: ::::: :::::: =:::::::::: ::::::::::::::: ::::::::=:::::::::: :::=:; : :::::::::::
two.weekmaruln. sale,which Is Goldwater better than 200 iec- age groupi regret that she Is 111. She
a new high for this annual Jun. toral votes, but Pat Allen was Della Collins, most original} entered Naples Hospital this
closest with 59. Most of those Prettiest Kathy Smallwood week with a kidney infection

present were careful to serve Scariest "Buddy" Ballance. and a pinched nerve In her Coming to NaplesWednesday
Lull themselves from the pickle Jar In grades 1, 2 and 3: Prettiest neck, causing her to be placed
Building of their choice One was label.
Kathy DanielJ i Most Original In semi-traction. She has returned

In Naples AndPinkston's .other d "Johnson, "GoldwaUr plckl pickles"*" and. the Jeff Weldon; Scariest, home to Lee Cypress,

Sammy Hamilton, 3rd. and all wish her a rapid re- and thursday
GladIt Grades 4 through 6t Ricky covery.

Tim Blade certainly ought to Hughes prettiest) Most Origin Emak Parker Is enjoying a
was an uncommonly slow be commended for his fine workon al, David Fogle; Scariest, Gene visit with his sister he has not
week for both the of Naplesand NOV.
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the Interact Bulletin, of which Fogle. seen In two years and her husband rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr 19
Collier County building departments h* is editor. Tim prints Inter Non of the students participated recently retired from the

but In t way Naples act flub and NHS news for Us. from the 7th throughthe U.S. Navy at Norfolk, Va. Mr. I ,
Building Official Bert Pinks- trlbutlon at the high school, and 12th. For adultst Teacher
and Mrs. C.!... Raullson are I
ton is nappy there is a slowdown his weekly reports have been of 2nd grade, Mrs. Mamie Oz- their residence -
at this time. coming out sine September.The presently making I
mer, won the prize for the most l
Plnkston still has not found bulletin 1* posted In all class. original. at Inglls, Fla. Accompanying I

a building Inspector to take the rooms and given to many club Mayor Cecil Drake, Mrs the Raullsons toEverglades
president. Larry Ryan 1* club are Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Collins I
place of Louis E. Roth who Gladys Folkenh and Mrs. Cuz-
of We
reporter. Inglls. sorryto
resigned two weeks ago. Meanwhile ate Whitmore were the Judges. I
Friday night the Naples Teen hear that Ernie's pleasurewith
Plnkston has been tooStay Club cave a dance at the Com. Booths were set up, and the his sister and guests was I

preparing sending out, munity Center to help out the stu. Junior class held sway with marred by his houseboat sinkIng I
and collecting tax bills to make dent Council's Homecoming fl. a dance In the auditorium. at Cnokoloskee. A leak .
all. .Inspections.. So Dances AU,Senior ,High teens v
Howard and down she went. : )
Card of Black Crow were charged $1 and the band KING AND QUEEN sprung shallow
It was In
and Eldsness Is helping out played tor nothing. The proceeds The gala festivities were Fortunately
However water damage -
as i pan-time City building were donated to Homecoming. highlighted by the crowning of a water.hurts and pumping out Is
Inspector. queen and lovely Cindy Brown PORTRAITS
a lot of hard work.
Plnkston signed only five permits was proclaimed the queen. You 1
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Mor- .
during the week for a total City To Install can't have a queen without a
ris arc visiting In Everglades
of $3 ,650 in new construction.The king, so John Porter was chosento
Traffic Light At for the first time and are thor-
City Issued only two permits reign as king of the Hal- oughly enjoying tours and fish 1
In the previous week, and Bad Intersection loween dance.
ing. They are from Honor,
tie two-week lull Is the slowest Cindy is the daughter of Mr.
period so far during this reeordbrealdng One of Naples'busiest and most and Mrs. "Peg" Brown of Chokoloskee Mich.
building year. dangerous intersections soon and Johnny is the son The huge sponge presentedto 1 \
Thomas P. Elwood is build may be equipped with t traffic of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter the Everglades Chamber of '
light, City Manager Vine Wood Commerce is drawing a lot
ing a $17,500 residence at 2211 of Everglades.In .
says. of attention and admIr.t 1011. 1 .
South Winds Drive. Rutenberg addition to holding the
H* report that the City has Given by Capt. John Mauls
Construction Co. Is putting up dance, the junior class had
ordered pole and equipment forth who caught this on bit
a $14,000 house for BJ. .Adams he store" where
:: country they "
traffic light at the corner of boat the "Elenl. He presented -
at 1190 26th Avenue North.Nassau sold items collected from
10th Street and U. S. 41. "We a bag of lentils with the
Pool Shop Is Installing a hope to gel It in before the donors in Everglades and the sponge, and they are filling the
pool and patio for $2,800 at end of the year" Wood said. surrounding area. The Juniorsare to overflowing with
111 Eighth Avenue South for The Trains a divided highway, raising money for the Jun sponge beautiful: pale-jreen tendrils. I
Mathlas separated by planted median ior-Senior
P. Bernard. Prom.
In the natural hole of the
County building head Carl strip, at the 10th Street inter. Not to be outdone, the Senior
the lentils have
Clemmer also report a slow section. Motorists on lOthStreet class held dance at the Youth's sponge
who cross the Trail or turn left out a feathery, fragile vine.
week with worthof Recreation Center In Han
only $28,400 City
onto It often create traffic ha. Th sponge absorbs water from II
permits taken This follows Saturday night. The "Cast--
sands by refusing to wait until the water-filled pan the baM
a hectic October, the biggsst traffic clears both ways before ways" played for the lively has been placed in a depth of
month In two years, during barging into Intersection dance which was well attended approximately three Inches of

which $906,310 to permitswere A comparable Intersection, by adults as well as the water, as well as sprinkledwith ,

issued with comparable hazards, Is the young. water dally. It I* quit
Whbaker and Nicholas are UJ. 41-Third Avenue South June.
building two residences In North tlon. Wood said the City hope JUNIOR DEPUTIES a sight. IN FOOD I

Naples One Is a $13,000hous to Include funds in Its 19BW6 County Sheriff's Department 1

In Bad Axe subdivision for Maurice fiscal budget for a traffic light Juvenile Officer John Rogerswas Piece
Miller, and the other Is a thereThe City la replacing its steel in Everglades Friday. fie 1 '
$10,000 house In Sorrento Gardens with stated that he is making arrangement
traffic-light pole pr*- Of Cardboard
for Anna C. Brown. Fred stressed concrete ones at the for the Junior Deputies
Alander is building a 20 by Fifth Avenue-Third Street and to listen to a lecture 1 '

32-foot commercial structure Fifth-Eighth Street locations, and film at the Everglades' Called 'Art1

for $3,200 in North Naples. Wood reported. School Friday morning. NovON BALTIMORE (AP-'A" dirty 1i

-piece of cardboard, 4 feet by I, 6
U among 42 works of art e*. 1

+ t + Ilp l lBdr lected for exhibition In th MU 1 #j-
? dj d w ,r ,ai in annual "Lite In Baltimore"show

which: opens Sunday at the : I
Peal Museum. a
The cardboard, titled "Duet
Hors Photo Finish/' ear. I

s rte a pile tag of 1100 and has I ,
bee officially classified a* art I
a by a panel of O A.of.Iowa jodge*. I

But Morris Martlek, proprl I
tor of s West Baltimore Savers
that Is a favont hangout for ADMISSION FREES!

artists, bind UN cardboard last
spring U "a typical garag II

restroom grimy, greasy,
window!***." fit said the card.bord I

ry wu being wed to fill a* III
{ empty' specs above a ptrtttktteparatlag
., 1Yva the reXronta from

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To patter left .* tile ark ;
board by years' acc m latlo* of . p. Tahitian Cove Auditorium

dust was ".* usage of horses,"
r. said,
"S wj very abstract, but tile I.I e441t1.{ t.1.l *r.i., Inasser"t

Image wastber*,." eceneoUel ,..f.*t f4t, .h.** et- sponsore yt..41. -
Mart ck deaertbe4 1M work as '
1/IUAd: art,'. wtIk be d eMu *, she *eil*.l will K eve ** **. 1

ar byproduct of IMAM pertvAlty t* wie .heels*.e *,.** ..tfl' FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO SUNSHINE FOODWAY
activity wiu eat bet I* halos
Katural phmooen 'lit' U prince ABSOLUTELY FRCCI
ad tttstien Plea NOW e".4 .. .. .f l lCelllef
are *scJd.d.To I* **tk .le

tl .. 9tkrY ., vjsiuy says iuruck, a C....,'. flfil Ceeklnf. S
THE GO- What II an actress or stager such as Sue Ran*? silo'a ham's. the t:.te to work mast Le boss created .hlcb will V* c..4u'.4 .y Service R.,. Watch This Newsplpel
tall her hat stvitst! fr OM tht t she might tab advantage of th* sea:.t offered torRcuirUa through *xpoar* to mac or' kl*
Art jr 11fl: ,'ear ;.J to Anf:_" hair sfviist offers a .r:. ec-:iett-n, tra, -**** **. Moreover, thretk 'eaeet.Hves.l( Fieri*'* Pews, & Lihtfr For Further Information On
TJ- f xt wheels I* tile bark scat f L j R*, a >Jt,<" es naet hav* bn es4lrs.
bta-rf par1
IOIt'e'thrc rxtl'l :
; : a s l> accidental.Tb ...., ,..4. .. Swith... feeler
Arthur installed the equipment :f hoe trade IDCtu.dJIII' curling: trta jtr-4" a smau hairdryer PORTRAITS IN FOODa

Hair -an De dune en r .,:e t" aa engagement a* finder* artist Martini ta thU cOAllldka says 11 .

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What's new in leisure wear for men? Bill Kepp

was caught by our "News" photographer unpack

ing a new shipment of "Jump suits" the ultimate .

in comfort for wear in the boat, in the

The glitter of Christmas merchandise is beginning to be seen in stores
yard, around the house! We persuaded Bill to'
over the city these days. Doty, from 5th Avenue Rexall Drugs has
model this Original Bill Perry Jump suit for us,
4 just completed arranging a beautiful display of gift items in their
: and you can see by the bright grin that he's hap- -
cosmetic department. She is seen here, finishing up one of the shelves
about the whole affair. The suit made of
t k kee py loaded with items to please any femme fatale on your gift list. You're

r 100'r, cotton poplin, and you'll find it at Kepp's invited to stop in and see what's new in exciting gift ideas in the cos-

Men's Shop, 752 Fifth Avenue South. $14.95 metic department at Naples 5th Avenue Rexall Drugs, 800 Fifth

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Something utmpliti vand i r, ''.olutlonaiy! In lose bushes for South
Hoiidn Is now '01 On., niitik< Aft"1> i 1"111 of ,xpciimental growing ,
b>' the' Flllrlchl 1 Mali Ivpunn; "nt M.it/ion, UUSA) FORTt'NIANA loot i
stack w piovuijr to b! .. '"uix111+ ; t.% any otlu'i" far Flonda's conditions
Wt'l1eh.1I F, Peterson new 11\\ 111'1'i of Naplex (Garden Spot, is seen inspecting
nn' of (theae, new buiilu's at this tlll'l' The new Rosa Fortuniana
loot ntoi'k hiu piovi'd" to bi HI i popular in Naples that the bushes
IIHM sold ,\is tact HH thi\ "lould' In di\id, Another shipment is on
01 dfi', and I'"u'll" timl than ;Ht "uph;; <.;.at'<\li" n Spot 4fi7 5th Ave, So.
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FASHION SHOPPE located on 5th Avenue So at the cornerof
.i Paik street is getting all ready for the Holiday seasons just ahead
Mrs. Kaverman, wife of the owner is shown in the picture above displaying
some of the new dresses just arrived for the Holiday season
You will find all types of beautiful ladies wearing apparel in this
store at reasonable prices plus courteous service They also feature
Free gift wrapping and mailing.

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I'M' The whole building is l brand mv I'aul Abiahamson. owner of 1 s

.kside> Bowl points out some of the new features of the new ad. .,

"ii Inch' will soon be completed It \I"i nI I house the newest facilities:

iiU and table tennis ill the nt\ oj i AMF Billiard tables and Rememb.i! la1- I \tstma- Ea gift bin ,Illl rUlh'

on I *, i tbles There will also b>' ,i ilnhh i available for clubs and You could b< of these putuiea The "lrwa'
representative i I'''" red these up from the Naples GRANTS TOYLAND u now ready fc-r the Christmas buyer with the
,"11 t meetings and perches li, d I Kedenbaugh. newly appo -
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Hobby Shop ttken last year during the last most complete assortment of Toys, Dolls etc In fact. so many are

\.co . r of Brookside Billiards and I Norman Turner look on minute rush b..fnre Santa arrived. The Hobby the newest hoe of Tv>s. you "';uid be amazed if we could take the
Shop urge you tll, com in early this .season and
whit Mi" Ahnihamson tells them that they hope to hut the addition get your selections made while stocks are complete space to name them As in the picture above you can see there U some

complete and ready for burners t htllIl time next week Brook. Naples II, i Ll by Shop is located at 721 Sth thing for everyone And the easy part is buying now You can buy on
Avenue South u: : u open evenings until 9 00 PM credit or our convenient Layaway plan. Take your choice, but. come
side Bowl I and Billiards is located at ?>II.j!:, Olivia Blvd in East Naples until Christmas out now and choose yours.

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Private Plots

I:; Farming
l Fifes 164
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.. MOSCOW (AP) Reversing ply about M per cent of the
a Kfcrushchev policy, till Kr I.Un' TOM output. High productivity i

By M1Y LULEJ1ANvOOOOOOPOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOO' .. .: new leader have an. of the plots compared to the
': \ nounced plane to encourage lower yield of the Mate-operated
private farming The meve 1* farms has teen a source of embarraeenent .

# expected to Increase the Soviet to Soviet leadership w r
-- .t'I" Union' bard-f>r* *ed .,rlcul. wfeoee long-rani goal Is "

Homecoming tever grows lor Class project. Profits will < .. 'tea hint output. a collective-Arm economy .
more intense every day at NIB. more than pay for the Junior. Under Kbrushohev, farm pol. Khruekeliev began de-empha.Malag IV
Wednesday the student body vot. Senior Prom Icy emphasis was on Mat own. the private farm sector 11.

ed foe Homecoming Queen, who ershlp while private plot were In 1>N. By 1M1, total acreageof 11.e.
is among the five Senior attend. John Richardson: Beta Club reduced and limitation placed private plots had dropped ,
until Joy Hodges, Peggy Hood, president baa announced that the on >private ownership of live from 4 to 3.I per rent and I'll. 1 0;.
Natalie King, Judi. SmoUan, and week of November 1.14 is Amer ctock vately owned livestock de- M1 I
Linda Uhllch. Karen Hultcen,who lean Education Week,and his rlut. KI\\'i: \ ,>l1Ir.\ ,ld.I, ,, ." ..t. .181ElerI.Ht" "In recent years unwarranted created from 44 to 19 per cent.

is in charge otchoo.lngth.queen will have several posters for this : 'I'I .l'hH I, I Pii't', ( ',""I i d I''' I i \ 13111\\11, restrictions were permitted In Nearly BO per cent of livestock M
and her attendants, assures all displayed at the school. (shown) -"? ", lun\n this area although the economic products are supplied by prt IIIn.
that no one will know who the conditions were not yet ripe," vately-owned stock .
queen is until next Friday night Leonid I. Brethnev, first secre. Br ahnev made clear thai 111
at the Homecoming football The Senior Steering Committee tary of the Soviet Communist Khrushchev's proposals to reor, ..
game. Run-offs for Junior and has already started planningfor >party, said Friday. games the agricultural system )I
Sophomore attendants were won graduation. Caps and gowns Y'verglades News "These restrictions bar now would be abandoned He placed .a.
by Kathy Turner and Peggy Kline, have been ordered.In accordant: been eliminated," he said. "It strll.OImatertallnc.ntlvl.foC' r.
respectively.The with class colors burgundy and e would be Incorrect to neglectthe the farmers and greater independence t
three classes and the silver, the gowns will be bur. '- By BILUE D. SMITH posstblllties of the private for collective firm In t.Ie
cheerleaders have been busy rehearsing gundy and tassels on the caps ...:.. farming plots of collective planning and org lll r.allOllTbt
their skits, to be prt. will be burgundy and.11 ver.Girls farmers, workers and employee new decrees appeal. ed to r.to
sented on Skit Night next Thurs. will wear the class flower, a The witches walked the ember 13. The well known for the satisfaction of their have gone Into effect in some
day. Several of these will be white rose. Honor students will scarecrows and goblins strutted Sst. G.w. "Whitey" Knutsen needs" parts of the nation. Pravda, the
staged at Friday's Pep Rally. wear special gold tassels. Since In the Hotloween parade of Florida Highway Patrol will Brethnev, who replaced Khru.Communist party newspaper, IILJ
And every class and club Is this year' Senior Class Is the through the main streets of lecture and will show a filmon shchev a. head of the party, said Friday that Ukrainian: and

preparing! a Homecoming float, largest graduating class in the Everglades on Halloween eve. "Motor Scooter Safety" to announced the Important policy Estonian authorities had approved > r
In another show of undying school history of the school, It will be The Everglades school band the 50 or more Junior Deputies shift In a speech at the Kremlin the policy reversal :.
spirit. the first graduation on the foot. who reside In Everglades. Hall of Palace on the eve of the "
The Dukes, a swlngln' dance ball field The Steering Commit. played stirring marching tunes Bolshevik Revolution's 47th an. o
Pittman Returns
Most residents
band from 8U Petersburg which tee hopes to have a student body despite the drizzling rain, and Everglades nlversary
wu such a hit at last year's section In the bleachers Bandmaster BenU Gideon waved agree that the Junior Deputy The decision was expected to From State Meet
Junlor-Senior Prom, will provide his baton to lead the band program Instigated by Sheriff win warm approval among the
entertainment for the Homecom. until the parade turned down "Doug" Hendry Is the greatest nation's large peasant population Rlchttd A. Pittman, presidentof
log dance next Saturday night. Tuesday (election night) most Stoner Avenue and the school "preventive" for Juvenile delinquency and relieve shortages d the Florid Funeral Directors ANTI I' s\\r-\SON; Iniik- Ilk l" nih.ipp\' fish

All students and their dates are of Mr. Cunningham's 50 govern grounds. The judges waited on In this age group. potato, egg, milk, mat and Association, returned Friday "'1 1111.111 t"f" i! Ih Hhuuldn' I h), .i+ u.n'' i laiujht this,
Invited, and special Invitationsare ment students gathered at LInda the basketball court to Judge Officer Rogers is doing a tremendous vegetable In the cltle night from Tallahassee where he ilq; 'Ii ,?,, I, -' i pound7 i ,III.i in s l"UK Thlll'1I-I
extended to all alumni. Uhllch's house to watch the elec. the costumes and award prizes job In this capacity. Private plot In the Soviet attended a two day session with dot iii>::11' ii lull' fishiim .?ft I th' doiHiin; \ ,) ]Rnt'i
tlon return over television and Union account for only I percent other officers and directors of
l .
In many categories. AILING bfllpytrnsnll i< : usi,'it uiulli l l\I'ud fur halt.
see bow close they came with of cultivated land but sup the association
Class President Rick demons their predictions of electoral Categories of costumes for Everyone knows and loves

Is proud to state that the Jun. votes Rick Johnson was a bit op. prizes were Prettiest Most Laura Simms who Is employedat

for twO'Week Class magazine took In $3,400 sale,which on their Is tlmlstie Goldwater when better he than gave 200 Senator electoral Original In Pre-School and Scariest.age group regret Everglades that she Sundries Is Ill. She and Ifrl:::::: :: :::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::3 ::::::;

a nsw high for this annual Jun. votes, but Pat Allen wu Della Collins most origlrulj entered Naples Hospital this
closest with 59. Most of those Prettiest Kathy SmallwoodjScariestt week with a kidney Infection
present were careful to serve "Buddy"*' Ballanoe. and In her
a pinched nerve
Lull themselves from the pickle jar In grades 1, 2 and 3t Prettiest neck, causing her to be placedIn Coming to Napleswednesday
of their choice. One was label. Kathy Danlelsi Most Original semi-traction. She has returned -

In Naples ..AndPinkston's ed other"Johnson, "Goldwrter pickles"pickles"and. the Jeff Weldon Scariest home to Lee Cypress,

Sammy Hamilton 3rd. and all wish her a rapid recovery and thursday
GladIt Grades 4 through 61 Ricky .

Tim Slade certainly ought to Hughes prettlestj Most Original Emak Parker Is enjoying a
was an uncommonly slow be commended for his fine work David Foglej; Scariest Gene visit with his sister he has not

week Collier for both County the City building of Naplesand departments on the Interact Bulletin of which Fogle. seen In two years and her husband . . . . . NOV. 18 19
he is editor. Tim prints Inter. None of the students participated recently retired from the
but In a way Naples act Flub and NHS news for dls.trlbutton from the 7th throughthe U.S. Navy at Norfolk Va. Mr. I
Building Official Bert Pinks- at the school and
high 12th. For adults Teacherof
and Raulison
ton !b nappy there Is a slowdown his weekly reports have been 2nd grade Mrs. Mamie Oz- Mrs. C.L their residence are- I ( i ,

at this time. coming out since September. mer, won the prize for the most presently making
Plnkston still has not found bulletin is posted in all class.rooms original at IngUs. Fla Accompany : --
and to club log' the Raullsons to Everglades
a building Inspector to take the given many Mayor Cecil Drake Mrs.Gladys .
who presidents Larry Ryan Is club are Mr and Mrs. Delbert Col- I
place of Louis E. Roth Folkerth and Mrs. Cuz-
resigned two weeks ago. Mean- reporter. zle Whitmore were the judges. Has of mglls. We are sorryto I v
Friday night the Maples Teen hear that Entik's pleasurewith
while Plnkston has been too Cora Booths were set up and the .
Club gave a dance at the his sister and guests was
Buy preparing sending out, munlty Center to help out the So. Junior class held sway with marred by his houseboat sinking I
and collecting tax bills to make dent Council's Homecoming finances. a dance to the auditorium.
Cnokoloskee. A leak
Inspections. So All,Senior Hip teens at +. .,..... I
and down she
Howard went. )
Cart* of Black Crow were charged $1 and the bands KING AND QUEEN sprung '
and Eldsness !Is helping out played for nothing The proceedswere The gala festivities were Fortunately it was In shallow

as a pintlme City building donated to Homecoming. highlighted by the crowning of I water.hurts However and water out damage Is- iii

Inspector. queen, and lovely Cindy Brown a lot of hard work.pumping PORTRAITS
Plnkston signed only five permits was proclaimed the queen You
Mr. and Mrs Morris -
during the week furs totalof City To Install can't have a queen without a Raymond .
$35,650 In new construction. king so John Potter was chosento are visiting In Everglades i
Traffic Light At' for the first time and are thor-
The City Issued only two permits reign U king of the Hal-
In the previous week, and Bad IntersectionOne loween dance. oughly enjoying tours and fish
are from Honor
tile two-week lull Is the slowest Cindy Is the daughter of Mr. lug They & h
period so far during this re of Naples'busiest and most and Mrs."Peg" Brown of Chokoloskee -
cord-breskitg building year. dangerous Intersections soon and Johnny is the son The huge sponge presented
Thomas P. Elwood Is buildIng may be equipped with a traffic of Mr. and Mrs Hubert Potter to the Everglades Chamber of
light, City Manager Vince Wood Commerce Is drawing a lot
TsOO residence 2211
a $1 at of Everglades.In .
says of attention and admiration
South Winds Drive. Rutenberg: addition to holding the
He reports that the City has Given by Capt. John Malllls,
Construction Is the had
Co. dance Junior class
putting upa
ordered poles and equipment for who thLs on his '
$14.000 house for J.Adams "the store" where they caught p s
the traffic light at the corner of: country boat lent." He presented rr
at 1190 26th Avenue North.Nassau sold items collected from
10th Street and U. 8. 41. "V* a bag of lentils with the
Pool Shop Is Instilling a hope to get it in before the donors in Everglades and the and they are filling the -
pool and patio for $2,800 at end of the year," Wood said. surrounding area. The Juniors sponge
to with II
111 Eighth' Avenue South for The Trail Is a c2Ivldtdhlhway. are raising money for the Jun beautiful sponge overflowing tendrils.In II
Msthlas P. Bernard. separated by a planted median ior-Senior Prom. pale-green II'
the holes
natural of the
County building head Carl strip at the 10th Street Inter Not to be outdone the Senior ..rZt Z j 1
sponge th*> lentils have sent :
Motorists ICthStreel
section. on
Clemmer also reports a slow class held a dance at the Youth's
who cross the Trail or turn left out a feathery fragile vine
week with only $28.400 worthof Recreation Center In City Hall I
onto it often create traffic ha.cards The sponge absorbs waterfrom
taken This follows The MCatt-a-
permits out. Saturday night
by refusing to wait until the water-filled pan, the base I
a hectic October the biggest traffic clears both ways before way." played for the lively has been placed In a depth of I
month In during dance which well attended
two years, barging into the Intersection was approximately three Inches of
which $906,310( In permits A comparable intersection, by adults as well as the wirer, as well U sprinkledwith II. ;

Were Issued. with comparable hazards, ts the young. water daily It la quite 1
Whltaker and Nicholas are U.s. 41-Thlrd Avenue South June.
building two residences North tlon Wood said the City hopes JUNIOR DEPUTIES s sight. IN FOOD

Naples One Is a S13.000hOUM to include funds la Its 1963-te County Sheriffs Department kIH

in Bad Axe subdivision for Maurice fiscal budget for a traffic light Juvenile Officer John Rogerswas Dirty Piece

Miller and the other is a thereThe In Everglades Friday He
City la replacing Us steel '
$10,000 house In Sorrento Gardens with Stated that he Is making arrangements -
traffic-light poles pro. Of Cardboard
for Anna C. Brown. Fred stressed concrete ones at the for the Junior Deputies
Alander ls building a 20 by Fifth Avenue-Thlrd Street and to listen to a lecture

32-foot commercial structurefor Fifth-eighth Street locations, and film at the Everglades Called 'Art' '
$3,200 In North Naples. Wood reported. School Friday morning NovjEv(4 -
BALTIMORE (AP)) -.A dirty_
piece of cardboard, 4 feet by f,
U among 42 works of art selected .
: for exhibition U the z4ta Af
annual "Life la Baltimore"show
which opens fcndsy at the

Peale Museum. I
The ..rcblUd, titled "Dual
Horses Photo Finish."' car. I
rus a price Ug of $100 and baa ,
bee officially classified as art
by a panel of oU.cf.town judge. I
But Morris Martlck proprle. I
lot of a Weet Baltimore taver
that ts a favorite aangout lor :I ADMISSION FREE!

artists, found the cardboard last I
print la '" typical: garage I
restroom grimy, greasy
wladowtoea." Be said the card. I

board wu being wed to fill aa II ,
empty spec. above a partttioa
separating the restroom from
the repair shop II.

The patters left ea the ear..... ;I.
board by ,..ra' Metunulatloe of u. Tahitian Cove Auditorium
dust was ".. bug of horses"
be said
". wu very abstract M be .In eJs'ltie* le "leeri*| he* te *..*,,. 1
Image was.... .." sponsored b
.ce..lcel...,**! Ie4l, thete et y-
described toe work as t
fomd art," wUca t* deflate ,...,", the tettleM will hove e. e,- I

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Immokolw ImlHWS Win Tri-County T --

Over Pine Crest, 19.6 Golf Tourney

Ends Today SPORT
lion immouiM-s-a taioosa Bf DAVID LVOMIMMOKALEE.4nJurtes ference title graces.Immokalee .

to clearly dominated Ai. ut 100 players teed off yes.teniiv . . . . . . . . ..
three key linemen dampened to play Friday night while a tin half at The Moorings and

tory mokalee celebration High's" port-gams Friday nl Tie&ht lusty crowd support.01 100 gave With the a dim Indian i-t '.k:: pr halt round, at of Big the Cypress S6.bole, In Trt-County the first 10 COlliER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. M... Sunday. Nov.mb I. 1964I

lead at halftlme,Immoltal..ltope
Golf Tourna-
after the Indians bad polished Mixed Twosome
ped Pine Crest cold after Intermission ..
ott Ft. Lauderdale Plni Crest, merit, sponsored by the .
while scoring twice tc Apartment Hotel In I I
1M.It was bnmokalee's first dqutory <*....... the Issue.ITEAHTHREB. water cooperation Beach with the two golf b

over the Panthers from tilt PASSES THESE, PI 4YI 'RV and "iI',;i< h.. UK M'sponh|. toi) h l imnkal>'i''s most clubs. ,,
Creak had Pine Crest took the opening the couples will play the
coast. Today
SLIP' 'sstnl:, I.."tliall' -<',ISMII' ".fi.t, ) ",) n,", "I' i Ii; i i \\itli two
Its all tourney,
beaten Iramokalee every Urn kickoff at two and moved second round In the
while the schools belonged to the the way to the Indians' 18 before jtnniM to+. }pI.)I.t II. r-iont, fiom left. manual i iValk" r t Shoults DaleQ'Quinn switching golf courses tor the

old Twin Cout Conference. Glenn (Butch) Lambert picked K\l'' !', Pope.c) (Cenl) !Howell!, Dead W'kltt''us!< / :' Avala, Joe final contest Scores In yester ,.

Coach Bill Broxson's: club now oft a pass to stop the drive Dupree, manager James O'Qumn Middle i rn\\ Larry \Hodges, Lacy day's contest were not available t

has a 6.M record vhlle Pine It was the first of three Inter Wright Curt Massey Danny Browning, Glenn Cook, Stan Oakes. at press time for the NEWS. !

Crest is M.1. captions for Lambert. Back row, Coach Bill Broxson, Harley Thomas, Jerry Rutledge, Glenn Mrs. Vera Berg of Fort My .. .
The Indians don't have much Immokalee moved the ball to Lambert Larry Day Steve Peters Bernardo Barnhart Mike Warriner ers, mother of the famous pro r' i
depth, so Injuries to first-line midfield and lost I fumble, but assistant coach Frank Pelham. Major Whisnant and Graham Lam- fessional Patty Berg fired two. c,
players really cut Into the squad's Lacy Wright stole Panther pass under-par 1t at Big Cypress a
strength. Last week ImmokalM and ran 23 yards to the visitors' bert were absent. practice round on Friday to serve

lost center Major Whlsnant. 8t. from there, Immokalee notice she will be hard to beat

Freshman Joe Dupree filled in cored In seven plays. Halfback In the tournament competition. tint
Friday and did a creditable Job. Curt Massey circled left end from Florida Frosh Biletnikoff Leads Starting times and pairings for
Graham (Pinky Lambert, the tour to put the Indians out Younger contestants playing at The Moorings

,unlor tackle and mainstay of the In front. Quarterback Danny today are u follows
Indians' line all season, had to Browning pained to halfback Take GeorgiaFor 9:30-Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ab. ,
leave the came early la the first Jerry Rutledge for the extra 21-0 bolt, Mrs V. Berg and O. I. I.
quarter when he received I postitle point, '.0, early In the second 22-20 Win Hurricanes To VictoryBy Stevens.

broken collarbone. Lam period. 0:40-Mr. and Mrs. R. Baker,

bert could be out for the rest Massey gained M yards ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Flori.da' GENE PLOWDEN rounded attack" Tale said of Mr. and Mrs. H. DIxon.
of the season. In three carries In this drive. 9:50-Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Wilt.
freshmen cashed In on the MIAMI (AP) Florida State his Hurricanes. "We had fewer
Butch Lambert fullback HaleyTholnu Mr. and Mrs. J. Eldrldge.
freshmen's mistakes tor has mistakes. Our sound ,
Georgia Fred Blletnikoff a flnepass. kicking was
TWO MORE LEAVE and Rutledge also ran 10:00-Mr. and Mrs J. D.
two touchdowns and a field goal catching .nd. and Miami has his and our coverage good.
In the second quarter, start tor gains. Lueck Dr. and Mrs T. Wiley
and added another score for a brother Bob "Their attack was what we
younger a sophomore
Ing guard Jesus Ayala' right pine Crest took the kickoff 10:10-Mr, and Mrs W.Doyle,
football Friday. Is It would be.
22.20 victory quarterback who gaining thought They were
ankle was Injured and be played and scored after driving 86 yardsin Mr. and Mrs B. F. Briggs
The baby Gators capitalized confidence and support as a field really strong up the middle, awe
only briefly after that. Ayala, seven plays. QuarterbackMike 10:20-Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
two Bullpup fumble, a pass in.terference general and passer.Bab ran on the outstde.We'Te
a freshman and I good com Christian screen.passed 22 Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. M. F.Bontt .
penalty and a blocked the younger guided Mi.ami' been running real well on the
petltor, bad missed on)* one yards to Mike Thompson to start d
of their 21.0 triumph outside In the last few Ie
kick for all but seven Hurricanes to a games,
second of play this season before the ..rI... George BontJll got 10:30-Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
points.Florida's'. over Tulane Friday night and as long as we make good,
first down with a IJ-yard run
being Injured. I and
Molt, Mrs M. Chance G.
ilungerbuhler and prompted Coach CharlieTale we'll continue to do so.
With less than two minutes togo and Thompson! went through the Tom Soaberg.10j40.
sophomore end stew Peter fright side. from the five to make pushed over from the one for the to say "he's Improvlngwlth Coach Tommy O'Boyle was -Dr. and Mrs C, Jos.
was helped oil the field after it ,... A tumble stopped the first touchdown In the opening every game"and showing a lot anything but happy at the out. eph, Mr. and Mrs F. Lusk.
he came with I f leg Injury. run for lathe point. quarter after the Baby Gators more poise. come.
up 10:50-Mrs. D.GowlandandW.
had claimed a Georgia fumbleon Biletnlkoff completed 14 of 25 "We Just didn't play a good
Peters had caught a third-quarter
Mr. and Mrs. C. Rymer.
touchdown to give immaka.lee REVERSE WORKS TWICEIn the Bullpup 29 and a pass pass attempts for 190 yards, football game, he said. "Miami
pass 11:00-CoU and Mrs Dalton
a safe lead.Broxson the third quarter, Immoka Interference penalty placed the carried the ball eight times for put us In the hole early and we E.Brunt and W. Arbaugh. ,
hopes the Injuries to lee launched an Sl-ytrd drive ball on the 10. 43 yards and ran the team brill never got out."
and Coch.
11:10-Mr. Mrs. J.
Ayala and Peters are not serious following a Pine Crest punt, thattook Florida' Bryan Jetter blocked lantly.Blletnikoff. The game was ruled a South
and Mrs. Shelton.
enough to keep them out of neatFriday's 18 plays. Rutledge Thorn., a punt to set up a 27.yard field got strong support eastern Conference tilt for Tulane run 11:20, Mr.-Mr. and Mrs.H. LJohn. PAinED for competition in the TnI-I'nuntl Mix.'d
and Lambert took turns grindingout goal to from Russell Smith Pete Ban Miami substituting for all set for
home game with fort by Wayne Barfleld givethe ston, Mr. and Mrs F. Norton. Twosome Golf Tournament and a PI'II"tlce -
out The big gainer Gators lead. aszak, Tom Coughlln, Fred Cas Georgia Tech when that team
yardage. 9-0
Pierce Catholic. A victory next Baby a 11:30-Mrs. I. McCune and W. round at The Moorings are Mrs Flol'I'nt't'Haldt
was a 20>yard reverse by Rut. bounced back for two slday and Jack Sims on the of quit the circuit. The best Tulane
week will be necessary to mal Georgia Whlteley, Justine Wakelee and H. of Cypress Lake Country Club, -ind C, J.
tensive but It was the defense has done In SEC competition re
raid ,
ledge for t first down at touchdowns In the second quar.
field. Laler Rutledge worked 14.9 lead with that stopped Tulane cold. Gently was a 10.10 tie with Vn. Summers. McMurry, president of The Moorings Men's Golf
ter to take a quarterback
11 HO Jane Bowes and G.Splt. Association. The tournament is sponsored by till'Edgewatel'
the reverse again for 18 yards Elm Byrd capping a 62. The Greenles drove to MIami' derbilt In 1963.
Braves Lose First and the touchdown. A pass for yard drive with an 11-yard scor. eight yard line In the sec zer, L.R. Lefferson and Mary Beach Apartment Hotel in cooperation

batted down. ond quarter on Dave East's Gordy. with The Moorings and Big Cypress
Skirmish In Row extra point was log burst over tackle. Byrd add. Starting times and pairings for
Pine Crest failed to gain after passes to Lanls O'Steen plus a
ed the second touchdown on a Tells
those at
the kickoff and on fourth down Miami interference penalty that Clay WhyHe playing Big Cypress
Over Moving Try one-yard plunge after the Bull.
9:40-Mr. and Mrs D. Beggs,
a wide from center: pre Florida turn was good tor 31 yards.There
snap pups pounced on a
MILWAUKEE CAP) UO. Tented Boneill from getting away ble at the 12. Miami's stout defensive Hangs On To Mr. and Mrs. E. Kelly. and Jim Wynne Wins Mamie TookeTourney
9:50-Mrs. S. Unkeless R.
waukee County claimed victory a cunt. Ayala brought him down line charged In, led by Ed Wels.
today In the first two rounds ofUs oaths- visitors'27 andlmmokaleescored son acosky and John Matlock to Roberts Mr. and Mrs. 1.. lIenn.L Sam Griffith CupKEY
legal skirmish to prevent the In three plays. Browning Park Wins stop the Green Wave cold and Ropes So Much 10:00-Barbara Wolfe and Opens
George ally Mrs. E. Reeves andR. lm Wynne.redbearded .
at the WEST (AP- $
Braves from moving to Atlanta. passed eight yards to end Larry the Hurricanes took oxer
The case was returned to Day and then pitched It yards Moorings TourneyPark 20. Tulane never seriously BOSTON, Nov. 7 (AP) Vance marine engineer
state courts Friday u UA to Peters for the final TD of threatened again and lost Its Heavyweight( champion Casslus 10:10-Mr. V.Edwards and G. from Miami U the winner of the Here TuesdayThe
District Judge Robert R. Tehaa the game.ImmokatN. Wilson copped first prize sixth game In seven starts thisseason. Clay sounded for awhile Friday Dunlap, Jr., Mrs. H. Eckard and Sam Griffith Memorial Cup

denied the baseball club's pttU hid 11 first downs In the blind bogey tournament u If he didn't think he "Is the. R. Sowers. symbolic of.the world J'Ow.rblchampionllhlPt. ; first round of the "Ma ,I
take sponsored by :The Moorings "I w had a ..well greatest" 10:20-Mr. and Mr. C. Er. .
tlon la jurisdiction to Pine Crest's it and gained thought \
mle Tooke
Men's Golf Association on Thur.. In he ickson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Con. Although\ lost an engine for Handicap
after explaining
Judge Tehan ruled I 184 yards on the ground to the why spendsso for members of the
two-day hearing that the bulk of foe's II. The Indians hit four day. Thirty-two players partlcl much time hanging on the over. IS minutes, Wynne still finished
the Braves' business Is carried of eight for 44 yards paled In the tourney. ropes while his sparring part. 10:30 Mr. and Mrs T. K. second In the Miami to Key Beach Club Women's Golf Association -

on In Milwaukee despite the and the losers passes completed sis of M. J. Lynch, O. L Cline and Grant Shoots Sera pound away at him, Cu. Montgomery, Mr. and Mr*. C. West race Friday and gathered Is scheduled for Tuesday

move of executive offices to 110 yards. Jim Cochrun tied for second slue let it sltpi West. enough points to win the trophy. November 10.
g1ttdld aleslost place honors with scores of 64. 10s40-Mrs. A, Signer and R. B Is awarded on points from extend
Chicago Oct. 6 and there Is ad"diversity off tour >passes> Record Score 'I'm human. I may not lookIt The tourney will over
of citizenship" as three fumbles. Third place went to "Harve" I may not act it, I may not Gowland, Mr. and Mrs. C. Carr. six Internationally known races. 54 holes, starting with Tues
claimed by the club Chelton. talk like I am, but I'm human. 10:50-Mr. and Mrs. I. Capel. Jack Manson, 54-year-old MI. day's action and continues with
Charley Grant, golf pro at the le, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Post ami skipper with a weak heart
. . Hole.ln4he.Wall Country Club, "I get scared. I work, I pray. lllOO-Mrs. Raldt and C. ulcer won the 18 holes on Thursday, November
.* * *** ** *** * ** * ****** had "one of those days" on the I'm Clay human said" he spends time J. McMurry, Mr.F. and Mrs. N.Nsecflaman and race a by bleeding covering the ,1S8 milesof 12, and 18 holes on Tuesday

course Friday, firing a five hanging on the ropes, and work. ilx.foot seas in three hours, November IT.
under-par 67, matching his prey. log with his back In the corner, 11:10-Mr. and Mrs. E. Du 19 minutes. Starting times and pairings
lous low and the course record. Mr. and Mrs A, Burzese. are U follows
as he prepared for his Nov. 16 Bane, Wynne's "Donxl Dooiy, an ;
SUBSCRIBE NOW Grant needed only strokes.to bout with Sonny LIston, to make 11:20-Mr. and Mrs. J. Brol. experimental 28-foot Dons pack. 8:45 Edwards Montgomery -

cover the first nine. He matched sure he is ready tor any emergency sari, Mr. H. Sowera and W. log 800 horsepower, shot Into the Deggs and Brumfle!.
par coming In to end up with 31. Eckard. lead when one of Hanson's 8:52: Abbott, Dens, Dixon,
38- 1. He was.playing In a four ''In case the Bear (Llston) lltfO-Mr. and Mrs. E.Bnim. crewmen, editor Jack Seville of and Haynes

some which Included C r. IOtng comes out bulling, I want to be fie!, Mrs P. Searl and ULoach. Popular Boating Magazine was 81159. Marsh Briggs
I C. F Travers and J H. Morton, injured Manson had to wait 10
ready Schmucker and Barclay.
minutes while Seville was
9:06 Youker, Johnson
transferred to a Coast Guard
Roland and Sherwood.
TO craft.
J( ( But just below Marathon 9:13 Capelle, Chance. FUc-
tf'I E1 Wynne's engine conked out and ken and McCune.

he tost IS minutes. 9:90 Henderson K. Jones,

19. J1.J! Walt Walters, who had moved Stevens and West.
Into the runner-up spot ran out 9:27 Adams, Anderson and
rTSZt.sen.nl.+tr_ of fuel four miles from the tin. Grimes

lab line in his Donil 28 poweredby 9:34 Powers, Brown and
e i ::_:;;;J.I t t.--: 1f'"f' a single 600-horeepower dt... Woodlll.
i Nt\U .. ...r -' ..career- r_ el. His mechanic poured .In eight(
bt W i T gallons of lubricating oil and
\ Wi'I : Tr they finished fourth. NINE HOLE GROUP

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) UNIFORMS" .'". r. i ,,, W.ek si hadron's Iwo both COg
IT0IN LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS UN to (1991 All tta' tl : JON Young Month IRIS I MO ; f t Ml Nouns for tale ev owner" Lat
Sealed Proposals l to' the centtruc met and Urge W* hv* added 2-44' Ml I 1-61 H Mm MS Located 7H *lh SI Bo
lion ol 'immokaite' EJemontary Barco s.sLINNIE man II to 2ft yearn of .... 01 114.115. Mttt down, balance

School immokalet far the S UNIFORM SHOP Mutt BB hlfh' arhool graduatr tan yaara Call Ml 1 4Mt
Coll:er County: .r.I..a.. In 1611 H,"d, v st Ft Myr. PIeVERA'SREAL'TY l.t : bedroom,, 'I", i completely;;; 1111k ._
utrctoi' 0,11' be received by the 0 7 tin tiood opportunity If >"KU mthed wry alkmg diMn, ** 3 Nod 5.15. 005. 00'rsSs.
Suo,r: .nloiiv I School el th* air" willIng to wutk, nmlIrHin of boa, h .dO.i".Z tit per (?:'Af, CsndltIonsr: and
SALON lilt
Sup.,'ntendtnt > OlflC' JON.I:; week unt I ort tI.... w..".,. 'u"IO"od or us't'.fl
F lor,at an or before I tort tIN st touth Charartri irffitnrcir 5110 Ills ed HI I4IoSSra ..
EST Nov M 1M4 ., which t,mend Corn. ol llth Avc t EBB TIDE : tin tf
pl". thy will bo publicly yIN SIs Ml 1IN7 >|uirxt. Srnd tppluktion APTSl.aton .. .. "C_..ative.

HR) AE op.d ."d ...d ILl" in )"''ui unit )hanlAiiting toU W..kl ""onlhl .?_ ?.., bedroom apart
Cup nc '0'' Ih. Propoati. ContrsclD IfSWAMP INitly _Rood mom "with, acreenad ever
n",," 0raonnu. and Spacifini R S U *ral) .Irliveiy. N". (... *'' parch:
,, o"II"od by ..Ii'blOi .I..l.r:
< S "iii b. ** Cm. RealtorII.
'A ,,,,t, .don. from aOL TON "Plf 10-80 tfInpenono SABLE SHORES APTS. cot Av* to Ml J IllS

ALL FIELDS YOUR NEEDS FRUVEll MBRIOt' ARCHITECT AND' WILLIAM' tit. Mc R Sa/lt cteIt< photui of Swamp ** Raundamanl Pan Ml and 14455KKs.d Araca Ava IAW AhD'IUAF'1'.

., Fort ... FHxd trymnl Oiher"" ttnrl Steal Front Horn with pool lalandauplng vith
(, .,>.'"A Bo.lId o.poiit ol ISO 00 My.i* requiredla Bug.y evanU MBIT bt ,ur- lent pay |.* Chef. 14.,... Purnltned } badraejm dtiOrai |M.MltORRENTO

K.h I I.,us tel ol Drawing and ch a.(i fiom Yacht Cfctb. u'vRock apt Jliaf Na peti or children I >> GARDENS Air

So'*. I,c.t.ont iSsued to each General. Cruaajor Operator Refit, or tf eo )"'...... CBt 1 BedroomI
CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS Contractor Additional, >et* may ba TOM McGRATH Oporatfjr, Mechanic' an Truck* "'tl..Io.. BR 1 I balk fur. bath.. Carport. Florida. RoomAbtorutely .
obt. ned by paying reproduction and Heavy Cajuipmant aeitlPav matted CORNER apt in Surf immaculate. Thrill,
Cost wh,ch coIl will, not be returned Photographer .ng co.. N.I.. It/tl If awe (not 10 Beach CItEs Hotel your wits, $11540CARIISIAN

Checkt shall ba made payable lilt :3rd' St So. MI S-M22 I>per The full .
to the Architect (monthly ir teeontl roll
ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERSSMITTY'S .mount ol Ih* depotit will be returned NORTIO NAFTU property work meintenence Had and*, I landcpe paid: THE GULF REALTY COW REALTOR!
il Dr...'".. and Ipeclfic ISIS DE RGA NT N Call MI I Slit far appamtment 5th Av*. SaF P 0 'n lOst
LIZ BIKOLKSa Ii...s.r.r.Isrond to the Archltactt. holiday >I4 tilt room-'lurmthed; aelTTTermanih ; N. Hi ...)'. Naples. Fl.Ml 1.
PAWN SHOP In within 10 dy of Slth
condition Anderton DriveMI
good 7M ,,
: otII. -. sinVrs INS date tot for opening 01 aide, l.flhl3BO1tS.MOtOr Survey: radrnon and cKalnfnanfar ekeech Rn pi ; utilitiet IllS'Itol
V MEADORS' Suh contractor may obtain Draw ttoady work on Mares I I. If49Houses HIGH ICl4OO\.t ARAi Two
n..11S ""A- ingt and Specification by payingreproduct land lee Mr H*,ght at !Mares\ bodr05nrs, Iwo olt' send.
Cnf 989 Airport R.od M"" "" : 'on coil which cast will Accos. Itlanit Oevalopment Corp of, For RonktAaONAL < wall to wall carpet laro
1 I.td.P JEWELRY not b returned A Copy of lbs lice' Mares ,Island' Phona Ml ,perch
**=1 o ,_ JerellXllim ".......,.. P1 onsun* d Specification may lie Itcrific, Eve, 'Il/S rt15SBlotHolpW.ntoJ HtNTALS

;: Ml '-UfO Ml | 1011II assosired Ir. 01 ch.r. at lb.attic. Chine in awnir plant lore** RIDOE LAKES: Fumltned' orttnfurniehed

: Cl'ta Jawalry Antlouat ...... f out erdere at the Architect sale i of this beeulitul 17 ChrIs HUt and up par .01_. Immediet sees.
l Troll outefdo tllr llwll ? FIFTH AVI 10 Each Bid mutt b. accompanied: byCertified C,,", Ton e5ins., H.... eancy: Near Golf Court and

> Check Cathier Check Bunk, Depth Finder, SnareS MARLOWE AND BECK
BARBER SHOPS 01 B,d Bond ecuted by the Bid Light Custom mode CuthHtnt.
DRUGS SERVICE STATIONS des end Surety Company licented and Cock Pit C...,.. $3,000.firIsi Man. Clothing full lima FtEALTORS ROYAL HARBOR; Waterfront,
to do but'nett ,in Florida. In a turn Call 101I1 25540 5.4 MI N yet Fifth Ani $0 beat deck, large porch and
ROSSI'S PRESCRIPTIONS "quit lo I... per cant lSl"" ) .1 tha 1 ''75 10"If willing*" penance to learn necettery Interview eve. _. Ml 1.1111). 1)403" 15503I1LNTALS I grlH
R amount of ISO total, Bid The Bond THE MOORINGS I Bedroom.
BOBS 10 Ft Cattern aee Skill, ICI ninat Hep* Men t Shop Ml
no A"K ST"EET PHI.I VM m required as a guarantee thet :If Chris C.." Engine. Teek 22II Il/S SI I bath home. E...lIonl Condition
II.U.\"S" ACCURATELY *_ i| SERVICE th. bid ;t accepted Contract ;wIltbe I Deck Radio Depth Finder : Eiceptianal Buy.
I. entered into and th* performance '
New Paint .
end Varnish I.
; N"pl.. Sh"ppln/l C.nl.' Prompt Fro. DolivOry STATION of it properly I tecured The sue et Skipper"t Merln or Phone 3-Lost t Found HOUSES MARLOWE AND BECK

D..,,,., Sh.pi.a boss Mechanic Rood/ Service cettful Bidder "will be required toenecute Ml t Mil lta tf APARTMENTS
Pertormenca Bond coo REALTORS
*,... .. /If,II., Ndt LIGGETT ." duty Wolcli" and e all labor' andRtatirlglgi 411 Fifth A... loMl
REXALL! arlng Including : 'U""I $ .IS"IOJ.W.DYCHES.REALTOR
JNapl. 4C40 k.,... 'Trail .Ml, 2)867 \ Th* Perfarmanpe: Bane! Bu'ilncii Oppt. Pair rtcdlni glattt' lit dark \'. Y :. IMM. M40J lOll
.. Slipping' Contor
2JI36INSURANCE hall \rnounl
ba written 'In the alone clip cat lost .M er near Cook

hundred per cent (1100'101' ) the E.t.bh.hod b...'u 'I.'..... Oar laundarette Name on mittide
CLEANERSJERRY'S SHOE REPAIR Centred Price .I..... Contact Leonard Hen Molly Ordway Ml 14441 1
Proposal' form mutt b. properly Fifth Av* So IllS It23.Mkc. Clean' } bed'oom lurnlthtd 5-Lott For 5.1.COhlNCRCIAL lo
filled out No qualifying letter orttatementt rlir'iOJIII> : home Ml' I tttt U/} If

JAECER INSURANCE I II NO' BIDDERS will MAY b. contidered WITHDRAW' A For 5.1. Two- blm-k. lcm Gull 'fbed

I BIO tubmitted for e period of thirty 12-H.lp Wir tdMenecer room ; bath lurmthed home LOT
DRY CLEANING v COME ) SAVE MONI"-IA" I \1H Ii.ii"t It year round
the for
A""INTAUTO"OMI (10)) deyt efter dale Sat _
loft .51us Trail
.. PILE' Is soft and A.o..b', Chart Jutl off Ihe Wh Ave
.. tenlai io
.. DAYSERVICE t. ,- CsNtsS-p105 C HmllftFull *T l \ the THE opening OWNER of Such RESERVE bids THE .. l.A i Lunch Ion n.od.fn Room ....... IrilhiOnco is earpott Coo ...n... .'10 tin Ave to North 1r54':. BUIV AREA
Soda Fountain ....ned with Blue. Luelre Renteleclria Prwa
NAPLES IMOPPINO CENTER S Sole* MeeleO RIGHT to reiect' eny/end/or ell Bid, ..1.,., commanturel. with ebilIty I ahampooer II H. Its Ml fIlls tIll II
J PA I and to waive Informelitie* therein Mist S aosinporiin' .* andpood Attociale.
'I furniture Ct
NO"'H 'AIL *
5.755. "K OUAKANTttD ___,
842 6th Av... So. MI. 2.7390 By LEO R CHICKERINdChlrmn reference* Writ los 1157 Bahama Bed 50-Rooms For Rent Lucllla OIls Virgil. MtrcumNabl
Newt Wright
I In ANIII J 440) AM. Collier County i
Board of Public In.truction It/4 _. j I Sofa N.Y Bed t.- IN- I'lI _... 0.4 00054 ........ MIr
Collier County Florida
Part d Mull far thaI Ills lIlt II DEWEY POLLY
ATTEST """ iob o.araun O.rit t.ktt lit
W D REYNOLDS, b* reliable i o.i.iolao' I Saturday p..
Secretory to Apply Ntplet For,..: Braided Rug. Oval. shape dToRont REALTY
The Board of Public Instruction lion Oept" 111 tf 11511' $30I
PUBLIC NOTICIIN PUBLIC NOTICI PUBLIC NOTICE "is.1.o"t Florida Wanted qualified;' laboratory I Circular braided rug III N.50.1.... lisSar. bhnislias

Oct : I. II IM4 *!M technoloaitl, for II bed hotpilal, college greduete Detir** fur Gas Obey Po")'. RoollafCssor
on Wast Coast Apply po O. ... Ml' t >4M altar I PM mthed guett house or smelt lit Avo 1'10.' and

''N T"! COURT 01' THE COUNTY NOTICE Of INTENTION TO LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS .7. N.pl. fl. IllS >It> tf apt sear water Yeerly ben* Taroiami Trail,
JUDGE. COLLIER COUNTY REGISTER FICTITOUS NAME ...Iod Proposals lor the Fabrleation NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I lellite back her .'dOl"II like font teatonakie Collier man :IIlipv. '.
FLORIDA IN "ROBATE and Intt.nation of Sun Control REGISTER FICTITIOUS' NAME new cheap Ml lOUt It ly Newt 0.. IM) AM 11/4 tt 11m III ': ,..",."
RE: ESTATE OF. Th undeniened. do. hrby RlEttat carlily Screen lor the Immokalee. The undertigned doe hrby cortify 13>Holp W.nt. Fom.U Ical l building MM *
that h S :
i conductin :
LARRY GERO butinet* at 1M Davit BlvdNaplat ,. School, Immokal' Florid 'rpr.: : that the w conducting a FrI 26-Ponontl S2-Ro.l Estate Wonted from Gulf High ., witheawar
DeceetedTO pla* Junior H vett Klndergerten' S vuunett I North OPtHAIOH and all eesessot.'sts .paid
CREDITORS AND PER Florida. undar th IoclIoOU'n. Florida. for the Collier County Board fictitious ktNIUM 1.t. Ce. The Holiday
ALL 14..lao. Florid under the Oiarlo realtor
0' HEIMSACIt .nd ASSOCIATES For ottablithed in ..,.
will ... recelvod ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Will pot tnoutend do
SONS hAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS of Public 'Intlruclion neme of North Niple' Klndergerten Baa IM 4th Ave t* Ml r liftH11 .
REALTY and that sad firm ofSchool Collier County New* Men lert Hath, for smelt ..,.... mNeple
Superintendent women '
lAID ESTATE the drinking .
toy : nd that said firm I* compoted M
I I. competed of tha following portent : Of- A lG5J! ...,I.bl. for _
Of h.r.b at tha $ problem AsS tar help by calling
You ach 5,5 upnntndenl who
the nemo
.., following" parsons C1'WlINAl ._.
: = ..h... nmn and placn ol Florid belor 'sUntOd grow.". .tr... Write Bo till ": I
"O and.qur.d protont any lice' M.plM. on or and place of retidencet .,. .* Mold e..rri Ml 4111 Vilitor* (ordiollywexomed
danca trio. lollowt" M, Novmbr (3. IM4t MI I 5560 iLdy Alt Collier County Newt I It.too firm Owner c FDetent.
el. .... inS demend which you or I JO P E I T '011.... Phon. Meeting* in FirtlBeplitt .
Boa Ml III
either ol you Mnh'Gh agelnttth. Harold Stortor Hoimbeckin Acs.Ow.rsNp which time, and piece they will Wilametla J N."k..... ,n'.,..'" j" PI.loraeiby.willlsd Church Anne on Ithtt ll/l 4t ll/l itRetidenetal tpnngfield
ettete Ol L' do of HEIMBACK and AtSOCIATES b* publicly' opened end ,**,. 7M Anderaon Drlv t. lair). Also eupalli. at 7th Ave every Toot and .
coated lull ol said County' to th* REALTY follow Cops, of the ",_. Contract Ntplet. Florid ., .itwartng phone end terv Fri night at t M PM 4-T.f. or Soil ROtK HbR"r-
I pa a* *
County Judg ol COLLIER" County OWNER Document Drwint." and Specillcation : 0oas.rshi' of North Naples, Kin Ing *t rectptioniet Write lei
Florida: el hi. office in
lbs : a* 1117 All C* Uo* ':My .
Win Ford
'Intamion I. to Sorvlctt l flunosorOfar
II I is apply 33 Offofod
.. my BOLTOIRYDG SAC. : swap '
boss ol Mid County East N Irom Wilamett, J. Meukononderterlen 1111 It hoedlalil and Ih* erne I*
In and W C .
Clark of th Circuit Court Boat Call WIItlttCk.g
pin. Florid. within 5,sc.t.ndsrmotN. AND WILLIAM M FRIZ II I* my Intention ta apply. ta 'h.CI..1t right |1 lot lath. Better ftur
Florida la .nlod DotLg.tl I ll River
toy Colliar Apply *
Iron th. tim ol Ills tint, th* md County 5501 at HEIMBACKand regittr SILL ARCHITECTS. OIlS Florida McQregor. A of the Circuit, Court In and W.itross K..sll" D .' Art Radi.tor RtptirtOat ::,: a lnrrl.T"'no. tIll M ry an Inn analAitoaltle
public.!,on ol thi nolle Two Boulevard. Fort Myor for Collier' County Florida to rag *
cop'" ol *.eh claim, or ..", .nd sNaIl ASSOCIATES of REALTY Chepter undarth IMM. r.. r.of 0\\> M I* required tor each later the saId lame of North Na lost Lady Oi"iot round employ lenkt repaired welding .Lagillo OIls hIred M.....'"
b* 'In writing. .nd sNaIl .1.1. th. Law provitien of Florida.* Act of IMIWitnot ,: Drawing and Specif Kindergarten under lbs provltlon: mod at Prathen Dry ClningDept It..", cleaning 35-StofBi Offito Hett' WriSt
plco ol r.sd, .nc..n 41 post ollic, this Filth colons l.tud t* th. Oenerel Contractor of Cheoter 1011. Law .0 ,.." ... Mast b* capable. af neal piES ua 4 delivery
addroi ol tho claimant. sod hM my hand dayof Check .".11 b* med payable Act* of ISO. hand ironing Pleat. eeply Inperton left Oevic Blvd MI I 4111 RENT
b. Doors 1. by th* claimant *>fntttorny HAROLD HEIMfACK to th. Architect Th. full Witnot my hand, this IllS day Pratnef Laundy DEWEY
and by filIni amount 01 INs eI._" will to* returned If iaraa stIrs er atfiie ipeca anCORNER
eeompantd' of October. IMWILAMETTA 11/
: Nov I. l II. n. It IM4 #lat osrel., tecelMM ItS Ave So.
to. .l en* dollar end such claimor If Drtwlng end Specific I J MAUI demand not s 0 Iliad, hall b. lion: .:* returned ta trio Archl Oct II. >l. Nov I, I ItM *17I Junior and Senior li-b3 elsa, .m.tI' .IU.. wIth sIts (locals butmatt dittrwtl, H
void. THE COURT Or THE I...* in good condition within, It erator wanted Ml I lISP\ orttM .,...... ,.. .....I.nlo' .er.sic. block fram .lit Noll' Bank Own
IDA W. GERO COUNTY JUDGE, day of the data sod for opening of ? l/i llele ._C.!!!t. .4)11 WIll ou'fr' REALTY co Oao O..W ro"', Nea150tori.
A. executrix of lbs Last COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, bid*. A copy of tha Plan andS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN help .."liiJ for Cnn l THI Itl .' N. .ilTo
be mlnd free tth Av* toujh6f7ic :: .T
Will and Tetttment of IN PROBATEIN iticatlons I may AND FOR sos samson Ace limit II ton ."'
LARRY G[RO. deceaud RE: (slits of of chirg at the sOld* of The Archl COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Writs Sea *ni> Aol ii/m SEA WALLS '1..... Ion renf' Ceetl ....' 1051.

PARKS 4 EMERSON BEATRICE L STONE 1'siiscN PROBATE Her ly'p'ltl Bicrapnone, .."." "OCR Colon; Corp.. IM Mil Ave toMI
b accompanied
Bid mutt
Attorn.yt for INs (slats of NO >*4 rt 1W ii/t f57Houtoi
: Check Cathier: Check .",*. n. therthind, High School 59-Acrotgo
Larry GiroI6J CREDITORS AND PERSONS a Certified IN RE ESTATE OP I week, Foundation Piles
lIlt Avanu South TO ALL or Bid Bond *..."'od by the Bid gceduala. over II lop
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Ic...." JAMES HENRY 'URRUS.O".d permanent potman Writ Ba For SBM' I'.
Naplot' Florid .. and Surety Company For riot 0' sell 5sesdeol ,
Benjamin B. Parki AGAINST SAID ESTATE, ; to do butinet, In Florid. M a turn, PETITIONFOR till AM Collier County Now Docki-Moorlng Whips fat Italhir H.t" 0'
You and .*ch of you ar* ". .bY of theamount 1t0TICI Or FILING I I __ Tosib nd
lor Its firm equal to fIve per cent (11 C.tnpat. Pall. luphis
notified and required to pretext FINAL DISCHARGE IAOIN. AutomatiC ABBOTTRadio Ported sale by .", n.'. f bodroom
,, tf
Nov .. tS22. It, 1164 *35IAITS. of total Bid The Bond wall P5s.no Ml 1 fIat
____ any claim and .. ."eI. which you that. If NOTICE IS I lath CBt houta an
sr.llh.r.f you AT"RIH.L. ejalnttIh the I* required bid'I* wcepted a' a guarantee, a Contract willbe : I have 1Iod, my final' rodurnassInocuIrlu canal ll( l W4 _Ml lIsle 7-.... Iretla li M down end
I .mat of STONE. .1 Ohs ..t.,. of JAMES It M manth No '00,555I
od inte and the perform' Radio Ratdt
FOR RENT deceeted lat. of said County to The HENRY 'URRUI. '......; that home IMM Ona mill Irons Oalden
of It properly aecured sue I bodreom on
trio County Judge of Collier CountyFlorida once t I IlIad in petItion for dislr, with 04t 14111 I "'* Gale Cop' Open iundey Cit.lion .
cettful Bidder will be required large fully landeteped Iota tfurnihed
hi, efflc ,,,. court b.Iio and far tioal discharge, and a
t 1.$. IL at in enecuto a Ptrfermanc Bond cevenng I unturnithod Ea. County ReeltyIt l/tt H
houta of Said County at East Napla. Ihet an November tl .ItM. I will .
end '
and all labor 5.11.51 lor r.ti.d
hotter Apt. For Lr. Florida. within' *.n calendar, month Including apply to lbs Honorable Richard M Isp personI. -OIL
Th Bond .... end
material Performance hoe I. rent three
I Irom th. tim .f th* first public Stanley. County Judge of Cellist SEAWALLS
of Mla
Efficiency & BrdroomLoir thtll bo written In the amount for ofttid put $01,501 Corl lerton, WHIR OIL FLOW*
'/J JI. lion of this notic .Jd"fr' of one hundred per cent IM%) of the. 'ntl..I'; approval boll I or write Pim Rivr Ittele MONEY OSIOWI
b In return *nd for as arda*
= such claim or nd ROCK GROINS
Seaaonal Rent Price / 1
writing and uhall stats INS plotsDO of dlotribution. Old for find' di... AD 5/11 If
AIlS ,..,d.nc. and post office addrms Proposal, form mutt be properly a* etecutne. of the will of ..11. eI. I/I Il1h I 51 N rfhNEW Another producing well IHm
7.TilE DLPREE f,Mad out No ouellfying letter *rtletementt 5herge c.....,. ... eki CoiTier County
HENRY BUMRUS. 4. la, Iran
of the claimant and shill b* tworn I bedroom i bath OoodMtrpge
to by th. claimant' *.*..,. atlornay will ba A '.5.4 pIers and grain. lleclri k.leken UlillW which premite anwther com
; 129961 ; and ccempanied by a filing, I.* of BIO BIDDER tubmitted MAY for WITHDRAW period' of thirty )ATEO' October 37 IM mini, tcrae.ied perch A* :mrtit f''d' m Celtic CoWT. .
I'" no dollar and Mich claim or d> sod for AGNES 'EL\. BURRUSSEvecutrie IARA1110SDREDtjlSG rVje, Stat and Air I:on HIM*.
; HUM! .\Vr:., !'In.r. > rid not *o filad shall ba void the ISO days" after of uch tha bid data PUBLIC NOTICE HN down I'UI.., moMM. Mlaraal 0"ER THE FOLLOWINU.
ELIOT W TONE. openina. RESERVE THE Oct M Nev I. I. II. IM4 .J1I CODfaeV .nd. la005 'nouded
I mile tram It.".*.
: A* executor ol th. Lttt It ** "
TV CABLE 'Li Will, and Tenement of MIGHT t* raiect, any and all Bid* Orafllna VINCE CONBOY from City of Oelden
.. and Informalilie thereinBy h.:111:
t waive
= CITY WATERAll co deceetedPARKI Beatrice L. Stan*. LEO R CHICKERINO.Chairman Tb. pubIs. alIt' p1.0.. tale nolice Ch.pto that, SI b Ills. urtiio Lows of :-'h'f-:..Cl 1)45 ISO and Ooiior War* SI.t SIb Ad ".irkway. mile el lilt from per EvorgiedetPerkwey ..,. with
with loot's 1 as andad was.csrfai.i 1 5,43 fuM mmerel "grit*. Will tell mIM
Florida did -lA.L
I' i EMERSON ..*." of Public Instruction. Board of County Cssnsnmslonaru of l'oli.u' County AIt..eI MISfItS.Soofu _
electricAir cooled Attorney for th* Collior,. County Florid imprevomoMs I. 5 CirloIn road .5 Nafuss ParS Sold''oili00 05walbamd acre tract
Estate of Beatrice. L. Stone bal... lISt urt.sna 55OuS'sodls. to obsllirg' p4sart ao00oS te'ir.d with etahraivBRITE /
;: Elri-lric llrtt. Quirt MS Slit Avenue South W ATTEST 0 REYNOLDSdecretory ,.4 rsmale unsaid -... I. thwr burr to pay sold OsIOSsMt, lhroth WHITE Baavtife pro Meet directive 7 ......... I II so'. en 1,0013 5151 wowS slOb wiN 30 beM II.from.oo .
Ntple' Fleridetenemm .1 fine I"; marl II .o%, ,"' .,, lath home on ouletending. ret
I. lbs Tee Rolls oy.r a parlad 50Sf. and boil en raoft Freeetlimalet tram .
lIce .
maIm Rash 5.l'i
A4ults No' Pet | 0 Psr64. that ail ....-...* Mat overlookMi H.".. Say Farmer ::
The Board of Public InttruclionCo'ler New. the puMMj will take further not ta Ml" t MM NAPLf! Motes $404par
.. Ihierewe.ixe
lor the firm ... a* a
will be Is y
Flnrld ponod giv ROOF CLEANINO 4 PAINT
County the end of thi edvern ..'. IM% mineralghtt
IIAVIH HTTP TO l. 41) Nov I. i. II U. IM4 *MI Nov t I. .. II IH4 awe rn>aUCoHBer> is' at Tea Aeaeuor and lion'tl, thereto ....,... ...- sail IWO' CO t/,, let furnith.net r*, affered sod web aan b arwaheut '. .

-- ,.,_ II sod I lionl are pod .n faN, purthated. at a f.pure well be cord* H mile from SMI -

-- -_ _- _- -_u_ -- - -I I STREET "AY'-'O AUIIIMIHU thorn AVENUE 3o-W.nUd To Soy low. actual Soot For epp. ..'"" }l'| per as,.. **H only;
NAPLES PARK .u.D'YII.OH 01.11 laS M' 4Il5 drioiOS
T..I lo Royal Horbor .Ifws Ia Term. evt'lakle. on doss o* the

I IP. Property Owner. Lot NexiWMtaet ...., II.... Asamsomiart Good Ute* tend piuOv5,t,en irocat tl.lumen wanted Properliee day 1/It' ..IfDPEN ._. "We believe...1 Ihete telecllietirct
M bo
; I w. T. Drove* I I = tt Moot onana Ca Ills c/ll lid ifflecl' t thr MOUIrriunda I4 ta two*beeraom I I. Inpe Write mvnlOTorit or cell op.portwnie'aI farmap -
I II 3 to > |
II &bt NtUJ 0, i- Grave If t :: .nd r./r.iiaatfi horn el fit Ills. Ave to end or appointment M know
AllenPene '.ts nas
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COUNTY NEWS, N.plr, F Sunday, No I/N Plans likely will be In the direction of
Genial NovemberMap Taylor Increased eupport.H .
., *eetton of POMJWJJ-
shows Weather Bureau's estimated forecast of Return To Talk teailon of the war J '
Mark 47th average temperature precipitation through November remain unanswered at preeem,
AnniversaryOf they said.
I About Viet Nam Taylor who resisted u
chairman of the Joint Chief of
nAry f.F WASHINGTON CAP) Am :stay lat July to accept the
Red Russian Regime NO.MAaN tanadar Maxwell D. Tajrloi.' Saigon post, was expected home
probably will return from Sal. Sot a visit about Chrtstmae. He
MAl loo la a week or so for coniulta. Ut met with top oltlclaU two
: aMaalD lions on South Viet Nam wtth month returning to Saigon
NO' ago
MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet aircraft missiles said they can President Johneoo and top advlMrt In mld-Septeraber In the midstof
Union paraded huge new rock. "destroy any fat.flylng targetsIn reeks Department offl- an abortive military coup.
eta through Red Square today the air, no matter if they fly dials Mid Saturday.A Since then, the South Viet
under the at high or low altitude
eye of the world' regard. has been
less of the time of broad review of the United Nam government
top communist leader here to year day or
NIAVYO tiling
celebrate the Bolshevik Retold. night In rain, mow and fug" It Pleasant In the word to describe the nation In November Bastes Southeast Asia policy II reshuffled, with civilians
Uon's 47th anniversary. laid they also were protected MoolaATl Except for the Northwest, temperatures Hill be mild. bell* undertaken In the wake of over the top post but former,
the lection. No lessening of the premier Nguyen IGnnhrcontrolbling
The Soviet military trundled against radio fnmtermeasui
CANT the the armed force a* com.
five new types of rocket out of Educational Advancement strong support being given
The huge 85 foot rocket South Viet Nam government in mander chief.
its secret armories one of the / 14rNw >0 Percentage of American education in 1940 and this In South
brought up rear of the pa Us apt to overcome the Com. Opposition I* growing
them the biggest ever shown. rode It was towed by a spe publicly In the Soviet Union.A
but there to education rises rapidly. Approximately By I960 estimates it Premier Tran
tractor appeared place there 1. chant In U.s. ment headed by
November any
It for much
television commentatorcalled will/ be ralrldry of the countn
be no equipment for 'In,isiinc 7.&'( of the U.S. at about 32.8% at this rate of said, tt more Van Huong.
policy, expert
the huge weapon a and firing. \cvpt i lor the't' t coast Kansas Oklahoma and Florida. population had some college increase.
younger sister" of the rocket
power plant that hurled the first ..
three-man space ship Into orbit Tasty Progresso

last But month.the of the Tomato Sauce. 3 ";' 33

world' Communist appearance leaders to.gether _' . . ,,
atop Lenin's Red Square #t l!'
tomb failed to dispel the shad. ## 44 Progresso Italian I IOO V V leAO IOO
ow cast by the Ideological ate.puts 21/1
with 39* I..,
Presiding Peking.over the festivities A TomatoesSwift's . . . can tIJIt Green Stamps*
.<.6'!. ',.do- '
marking the Bolshevik: Evolution I MUM*" *!
was the Kremlin's new I p ; ; Os Smooth or Chunky LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC I
Communist party chief, Leonid 14 01, size 98c

figure Brethnev In, Russia's surrounded new "collec.by top ;Ill A Et K It'! If6 Peanut Butter . . . .t39R TOB ......nW..... Hv II IM4) _
tlve leadership." Q10000000000000000
Standing with Brethnev were Tetley <(8e off label) _

Premier Anaata Aleiel Mlkoyan!Kosygln and President other. I--- Tea 4e. t t. CQpkg. < IOO E l AO IOOI

Soviet luminaries Bags . . . . eV 7

Communist Chinese Premier J"( Green
Chou KnJal and his delegation Stamps
from Peking, which demands a FOP Flavorful I ..4A*.!i ttufff mi pi..*ut(fa
hard line toward the West .5 TEXIZE FLUFF RINSE
looked while a "peaceful 24 ox.bot. .
on Prune Juice 29 reg. size 69c

apparently coexistence"continue soft-line a* policy which r-; ...- wit? Nw II, arum PIU

of the new Kremlin leader was OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOweet
delivered by Defense Minister 5 Treat SlicedPineapple
Rodlon y Mallnovsky.
Marshal Mallnovsky, who 2 5ome/RTIA0 50I
poke after reviewing crack 3 : $1
military unit drawn up In parade .
.Ail' Green
In front of the
Kremlin stressed that the So. "'" I ... ..,__H,..__01 I
F&P Flaror-Perfect
viet Communist party "1* ac. NEW BORDENS SUNDAE WHIRLS
lively and consistently promoting r- f #303 IPIeiti Cupi)
a Leninist peace-loving for. Fruit Cocktail I 19c"sea 4 pk..pkgi. 39ce.Nrw
of peaceful can < w <* NM it. INUI ")
elm policy, a policy "I
coexistence of states with differ O OOOOOOQOVV! .
ent social systems."
He added to his mention of Liquid Dish Detergent EXTRA
the Soviet Union' dedication to 50t1UU FREE uVU5O
coexistence," a warn. "
Pena 5 3 e'1
tnt about the danger of of "1m.. aver jm Green Stamps<
perlaBst policies aggres.Because
Ion. I I wi"."U Irpr w/.do..fa
of this, he said,"the S Hunt's ( Limit 2 Please) All Flavors Royol Gelatin
Communist party and the Soviet 4 pkgs. 45c
people are displaying constant i 14 reg.

strengthening concern for of the the further UESR'i LJI Catsup .2 bots. 25C 80000000000000000008SWIFT'S

military might for equipping
the army and the navy with the "

most fare." modern mean of war. PREMIUM SOGreen 5)1

Brethnev shared the spotlight TASTY BONELESS !
atop Lenin' marble tomb with 1.
Chou whose visit indicated Joint I .4 ale in.,.. 'd .oh P81
Soviet-Chinese attempts to ease MENNEN SKIN BRACER
their Intramural struggle for ' 4'/4 os. size 79e plus to
primacy In the Communist SMOKEDDAISIES '
movement. rJ IlKirM MMl M.y. |t, |M4) P'tt."Joooooooooooooooooo

Chou and the rest of his Peking .
delegation have made It
clear however that past trou.
tie are not forgotten and that !50mEXTRAmsoI
the Chinese will settle for no
less than a militant attitude ,
w J" Green
toward the United States and
the rest of the Western world. eew i I v ilk Ale ewer.i4,.tamp81

Chou backhanded his Soviet M -ar ''', SWIFTS PREMIUM SMOKED !
host on two occasion Friday, Ib. 69c
casting a chill on the proceed. II.drM Ing that matched the 2S.degree PUm E1:
weather In Moscow t C
first he paid homage to Jo.
seph Stalin at the simple graveto lb. PRICES EFFECTIVE MON., TUES.,
which he wu shifted In 1M1
during Nlklta Khrushchev1 de. WED., NOV. 9, 10, 11, 1964
Stallnltatlon campaign :
A short time later Chou with.
held applause during a speech w
In which Brezhnev called for "a
new international meeting of the ,.
fraternal parties"
Peking radio, In a broadcast
Just prior to the Kremlin meet. Swift's Premium Testy
Ing called for Red unity against ;, : t Sliced ; ;" 39(
'Imperialism' headed by the Bologna .
United stat..."
Flanking Breihnev and Chou
Swift's Premium Sliced
today were leader from the 1
rest of the Communist camp. 49 r
For reason not Immediately Dried Beef pky'

apparent to Western observer, ..
Poland' Communist boss, Wla. 1
dyalaw Comulka, wa accordeda dairy specials F
special place)of honor. .
Western observers spotted lltkvry Sneofleke $teBsokl '
five new addition to this year'sdisplay .
of Soviet military hard. t Rolls 1 2 '.V:' 45c r

ware. I ,
They were two group of what YOUTDlnsST
appeared to be free.flight n.ldartW.1'J frozen foods ; ,,
weapons, a bIIb.a1tt. .
tude antiaircraft weapon and
two surtace-to urfaee rocketsone APPREClAnON
of them about 83 feet long r11 -. -I ; ; -iT: 39c .
and 10.lt
feet In diameter

A Tas description of the anti. c .Ag Perm Hevie lep,le. tkenr, eeecklFruit 4\' WEEK.

I kie Pies 31 10.;: $1 .

County Agenda I NOV. 9-15

1. '
The agenda for Tuesday ;,! '" H. ]..il .
meeting of County Commls- :
sign has been amounced as fol- -..---- __

8:30a.ma Approval of board WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE

8145 S.TIM Report of countyengineer. cloieit produce lane r.

lOtOOajiw F'ubllchearbtg,
toning regulation amendment FIRM SNOWWHITECAULIFLOWER A S1 Mon. Thurs.

Section V-B, Item 10.lOilfajiM x S 8:30.6:30
Report county
health and welfare. 4 / POOLIX i Friday i
lOtSOajrui WUUam Dunn re '' i I 8:30.9:00;
beer distribution license ap
plication. 11 ;M A R K K T g Saturday
IMS aoiM Bruce Green 8:30.7:00
re variance on side yard easement large

Unit 3, PUt 2. Brook- head 25 '

aide.lljOO ajn.i Presentation of -._ __ ,_

Units 8 & 9. Marco Beach.IW5 .

ajn-i General business TOPP COLA Anorted Diet er 12 ClIU"esFlevers I We ee ege .. ', CLAXTON FRUIT CAKES
and correspondence. RCg Ce'aeal.
Finals Approve and pay bills.1' L..t' I fit the LeeNes 01 The First Meike4it Church

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FW Sponsoring Appearance Vermont Dems

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It's Circus Time In NaplesThe Can Hardly ,

SECTION B NpU! .. Fit.. Suml.y. No.",", 0 "1964
Believe NewsMONTPELIER --
reel Buropeaastyle circus
Me fanxws IB Aaerlca on tel.Wan .
sad featuring many of : vt. (API -
He exciting trunk stars mak. Mu-.t! everyone in traditional Murphy Finds Politics Not
their first American appear. lipi'"I 11 inn Vermont was sur.
n :e In person, will be seen in nerd, i when Democrats won thee
Ia vicinity when the Hip. 'a" r IB slate of state office In
Circus comes to Na. 'I 1 ,,',1's* i electl m. But no one Far Removed From Show 'Biz'HOI
N today, November 8th, to '11'd 1 more .rUed than the
resent two performances startif v.L It'I..tes'i themselves! ) (AP) How of the more longstanding mem.
i At S and 4 p.m. (afternoon' "II. AS, Utten'sted' .in the Job," did George do It? here of the Hollywood communu
') sponsored by the Naples FIJ', ( Att\. Gen.. !.< t John P. Itollywd'.lihertle Kill were t)., teople like John Wayne
FW Post No. 8089. The show rI' r II I n today. "But I didn't shakily i heir heads today over Samuel Goldwvn, and Walt in-
round are at the Swamp Bug. t I ,k I hut a chance, so rathert how (.,,''.rite Mill phi danced oft ney Voter ale more impress Grounds on Radio Road. r i' v..we a half.hearted ('amt with i hi' l 8 Miiiatorshlp In the by thai kind .IIf backing"
In the melange of circus at. t'1 t i 1 waged no campaign at fate of the Johnson landslide The Murphy headquarter or
tractions Is the Reno Bareback all.President The hid refused to take the el. election. night'! featured some ,Irate
Riding Troupe, billed a* Spain's Johnson, Qov. Phil. hoofer seriously until election noted baikerst Cesar Romero .
peerless equestriennes and r Ip H. Hoff and U. Gov.-elect results late Tuesday night IndU Gene Raymond, Wendell
equestrians. During this display Jcg / John J. Daley piled up big win. cated he had scored a victory Corey Constance Moore, Free.
pf riding, Cosetta Remo takes the nine majorities as most pre. over Pierre Salinger mill Golden Amos of Amo'
Spotlight. She la a bronze blond election predictions said they In (he beginning, hardly any. and Andy Also present was
vho vaults to the bounding back would one believed Murphy could Andy Divine. Murphy's cochalr
>f an Arabian horse with the 'j But It was a different story make t serious bid (01 the Sen. man .lor Orange County
ias* and grace of' leather.1.lght i. for the Job OH the lower part of ate Whn he came for an Inter The pulitltal pundits can ballerina. the ticket, which had been ex. view at the Brown Derby earlier a number of reasons why Mur.
fast.moving program feat. elusive RepuMlean property for FRIENDS I NOW a.anal, trainer Walter h"u""y this tear. a friend rwuurkwdt phI defeated the former presu
\ of performers who } is long as anyone could remem. walk off with. a i''vc icon du nfl t,rcui performance in MgCOW "You may even win the Republlcui deiiii.tl' press secretary But the
telecast to this coun. ber. primary ."' new senator touched upon a
tee yeas ago hf M1. badly maule by tht .."', lion'
a dozen different clr t Peter J. Hlncks.' 81. a banker "1'1\1\ not 1'1) going to win fat III' which might Support the
In foreign lands, And It Is D 4 from Mlddlebury, beat; George the primary" Murphy l't'pUedI ('IIIII..nlllIthai politics la not fai
In one ring just as the H. Amldon, one of Vermont'sbest Ft. Beach The iMiiwl exchange of these ex. "I'm going to win the general removed from show business
circuses were seen throughout : 4 known Republicans and a Myers hlMts has become an annual ev. election in November "I think our television debate
Europe. Even the big tent Is 13-year veteran, as state treas. His friend smiled ....chalked W4 lie turning point for me"
, entirely different In design from I urer Art Exhibit Will ent.At Tuesday night's meeting up the remark to Murphy's 'lw ->. id, Peotile gut a chance Id
the traditional American big top. "George Argldon has done a there will be a live model for Indomitable optimum. look oil( me and at my opponent
It Is almost round In shape and food jotkM treasurer and he's a member to sketch and a still Now h. i is S.n,Mtlect George and they/ could compare"
las much higher peaks. There fine gufft mnrki said. "I told Be Shown HereAn life teeM will also be arranged. Murphy of ('..lIfornil.The .

are only two main centerpoles him I was awfully surprisedabout exhibition of paintings from Member who wish may bring i inipaitn brought more HARRY W. CLOUSER
f end the extra height makes po*. being elected and said I Beach Art Leaguewill their own materials, although activity limn shin people than
the Fort Myers
Bible a new dimension for unusual hadnt been expecting to betaking at 8 o'clock Tuesday there. will be charcoal and paper any statewide election In recent representing the
aerial thrillers his job away available for those times The "People for Pierre"
never presentedIn who do not.
10 at the
the regular lour. Ole big top ytr11 t!, .11M .,dl Harry Couley, 71, retired night meeting, November of the, Naples regular Art traveled thiougtt( the stale with Metropolitan.Li/:, !
'The\ seats are arranged around teacher and farmer, Is Ver. Association In the Woman's Club their candidate and appealed' on "'w ,x>.., II,V,
the big ring offering audience COSETTA REM: famous equestru'nnr, mont's next secretary of satereplacing Welcome Wagon television Among them: Henry
t new viewpoint of performance and hci beautiful" Arabian bareback home.' Nigo, Republican Howard Building Fonda, GI.K"I\ Pack, Dick VanDyke 1II11I11..I'y' recommend a
and performers. are featured with th l' Riding Kemoa who are here 2. Armstrong, who was seeking The show will continue through theWoman' Club \ViIIl\Iret Janet Leigh Danny program, ni your pen
the month of November and
Circus The hU eighth t.year term. Thomas, John toisythe. Gene least! Lift insurance
with the
today Sunday Hippodrom
Club will be open to the Naples Welcome Wagon Club
said lack of en. ,
Armstrong Kelly, carl Kemoi imi nan n etli Call or null:
circus visit Is sponsor-d by thl VFW Post No. thuslasm for Sen. Barry Gold. public on Sunday afternoon, No. will meet at 1 o'clock Thursday locker..
Food DelicaciesTo 8089. The show grounds are at the Scamp BUKJJTV water probably contributed sub. vember 15, and November 22 be. afternoon, November II, In the "I dont mean to downgrade Midway 2-3071
Grounds on Radii I Knud: ifonnaiu< "-s start, : stantlally to the defeat of the tween the hours of t and i mm. Community Roan of the Naplestedeial my friend Gone Knit' ," nays P. O. Box 995

Be Sold At promptly at .' and -IJ'' "rih Republicans on the lower part The Naples Art Association has Saving and Loan As. MurplM, "lull 1 tad the NupiHirt Naples| Fl.
of the ticket. a showing at Fort Myers Beat, todaflim Butlilliik
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: Trinity Delicacies from Bazaar the kitchens

of the best cooks In Naples are
being offered at the Trinlry-
by-the-Cove: Bazaar on November -
17, at 2 p.m. : aiwHOLD

i Cookies will be offered In Iiji.
hand decorated tins as well as

tempting pies, cakes, nut and
banana bread, Jams Jellies, EVERYTHING
muffins, yeast bread, rolls' ,
brownies and candy, The dell
catessen department will In*

elude ham, potato salad and
baked beans ready for the ev* 12i/i/2a4e' t
enlng meal

,..AspecMi.bpoft..attitt year's, wi
bazaar will offer piano keys MY II ,yc

for sale with proceeds going
toward a new piano for the
'j I church hall. Chairman for this
booth is Mrs George Vega
and assisted by Mrs Richard

Also a new feature, personalized
Christmas tree orna- r rW* ,
aw e
meets, will be made at the bar .
i tsar by Mrs. Daniel McGee
i and Mrs Clifford Wenzel,
Mrs. William Gracely and ,
Winters are cochairmen -
I Mrs. Jack 1r
1 of the food table. ...... \ t
:Other committee members era i' aw..1'Ya t
Mrs. Randolph Fuler' Mrs.
1 Robert Analow. Mrs.John Mea \' lOr A ITU.1NA pictt\napi/i! I :I mist loves eke

odors, Mrs. Harvey Shelton, phitiita ton unil she stnk<..< un < xc itmif pose on
Mrs Vince Wood.Mrs.. Michael thi. tusk. ,..r big Modoc. thi. leader nf the Hippodionii ,

{Chance, Mrs. Leslie Johnston, Miphants Both art f 'attii"<.d performerswith

and Mrs.Charles Carr. the Ilippodiome Circus.

a Monkey Enjoying

Philadelphia Bar

Frank rouo, bartender at the
\,, JI'r Swarthmore 'Hotel, called thep.IIRItnnla
Society for the
t"\ Prevention of Cruelty to Anl
t mall Thursday to report i a
CO.JUBLHSrr monkey In the her and dlnlni
He said It apparently had gal .
I I" ." II
In after cloning hours Wednesdsf COOPERA TIVE clue
$ i't,7so
Risen asked that M one come
for tile monkey until after 23I
p.ro_"ifltr the lenek patrons ()rerlrokjp* t|| Gulf and Inland Waterway to The Mooring
f leave We dont vent to date'' ) 'loo |IF' sUdm BIA'D NAPLEVOX.t1l OL'LF, FIXJRIUA



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COUNTY NEWS, N.plM,, He., Sunder November I, H4 African their leaders.help "within Gbenye a few demanded Let's Go

!Iou.." Otherwise he said, he ;i: 1
would begin a policy of scorched

earth. FishingBy
Educated In "You have left me alone beneath _
Scapegoats the bombardments of the

I Belgians and Americans. I utter
Gbenya radioed
this last cry
to Oha a'e President Kwame _

Revolt In East Congo Nknuaah.Ahmed Ben Algerian Bella, President President

Gamal Abdel Nasser of the

LBOPOLDVTLLE, the Congo collapse will bring barbarism United Arab Republic, Guinea's VICTORINE MURPHY
In Its wake. and
and darkness President Sekou Tours
(AP) Rebel warrior band
who: six months ago erupted Born of frustration and discontent Kodtbo Kelts president of Mail. docks with 12 sbeeples and tbr
has far have turned in tilt
the rebellion so leaders of "revolutionary" Kings up
the eastern Conco to Those r
cross aired reds.
vented Its fury on educated Africa have aided Gulf to revive memories of last good
threaten the very lit of the and dirty waters
The rough
People escaping and diplomatic February's big run. WheneverIt
Congolese. with money
nation are being beaten down. the to am
from the rebel tone tell of being pressure In other days.None developed In the "good olddays" the pier has kept fishing :
Each day brines fresh portents Van
forced to watch rebels shoot, 1s known to have repliedto was taken to mean another Imum there, says Harry
of rot In the fabric of the the pier's tacconteulos.
rebel "CongoUae People's hack to death or burn alive Gbenye's; appeal.Cbenye's rood season on these parrenlal who operates. However while
hundreds of Congolese whose ''SlmbU'110111- favorites
;.Republic" In aanleyvllle. Now have beta
mackerel taken sot
could reador and Emerlck and his
crime was that they "liberation army" To Edmund
of the
fear that the revolt's there have b
here the honorof Yarner says
write. their ungovernable teenage wile of Naples roes
LI The Congolese "elite," the allies) from local tribes are prM taking the first king of the some goodesrly.anorouugcatc
I rebels argued, had sold out their being pushed back by white season, Fishing about. 10 miles of small snook.
country's Independence to 1m. mercenaries hired by the lea off shore In their own boat guidedby "Things are picking up an
TODAY perlaltsts. But now, there are poldvllle government of Moist Johnny Morgan, the EmerickS the weather holds,we should h
signs\ that their frustration Is T.hombe to fight the rebellion ran Into a good sized school of some good fishing for Bonds
i NAPLES seeking other scapegoats and In their heyday the feathered kings going southward for their says Varner
of the
the rebels are turning their rageagainst rebel fighters were masters of fall migration Fletcher Dither
; SWaMP Buggy GroundsOn the wits man. more than one quarter: of the Bonita and mackerel are also Island Marina reports some
Radio Road Directly menaced are more Congo's vast territory. Their being taken In the Gulf,but like redflsh action in the back wad

Noplet VFW Pat Kit Sponsors than 1,000 forelgners.Most are raiding parties swept south the kings are pretty widely scat. and considerable qauntltlei
Belgians, but they Include 80 down to the shore of Lake Tan. 'GOOD TO SEE YOl 'nave! H B. Watklns (right *J. co-owner of the feted, according to the Ed To. small snook. Waters have t

e' e American missionaries, teach. ganylka to seize Baudounvllleand tomb: Club. as hi' Ip."t5,:" an old friend) from Columbus, Ohio, The wells who operate the SportSpot too muddy for trout activity
ers and government officials the North Katanga tin min. visitor Karl E. Casl'.IC" picsidrnt of City National Bank and Trust at the Cove and who also report. though one angler on Flrday
trapped Inside the rebel realmof bag center of Manono. is Neapolitan was formerly from ed the first klngflsh catch. ported In with 50 pounds oftr
1M self-proclaimed President In the north, the rebels spread Co. of Columbus. Watkins, a Ionn'-tmu (McGrath photo) Perhaps It has been the streak Big news of the week at Gland
Chrlstophe Q>eny.. across the former provinces of Columbus. .of fine, warm weather that has Is the large number of si
Rebel Radio Stanleyville has Kivu and Orientate after Stan.*, started the kings moving again crabs being taken In traps In

relentlessly painted the Americans leyvllle, the Congo's most 1m. capital. But few military ex. but for venturesome anglers who area. Mangrove snapper flat
Eerepeas Style Cltcm u villains of an Imperial. portant northern city, fell Into peril believe Stanleyville can be SHEET want to go as far u 10 miles among the Islands Is reported
Made Fsmevt e* Television 1st plot. Last week, Gbenye rebel hands at the beginning of recaptured before Christmas. CONSUMER BALANCE out, they'll find them all the way much Improved by Jeannle%
added Belgians to the blacklist, August. Tshombe has told visitors he June 30 1964 from Naples to Marco Island field of Ship Ahoy at Good!
claiming his regime no longer the rebels captured but the redflsh are the r.alst
Although expects to be able to crush the
IN PERSON would protect Belgian lives and thousands of weapons and tons rebellion In good time for gener. ...1_... b fcflJem W idles REDS EVERYWHERE!: In Inland waters

The WwrM's Forested Start property. of ammunition abandoned by al elections scheduled for Feb. Mute Reds, as usual, are living up
Then rebel "lleutenant- er. fleeing Congolese soldiery this to their seasonal expectations, WHAT A HAULI
"Ie t.New '-- Mai at" Nicholas Olenga radioed was to be the high water markof ruary.But people In Leopold. ''t1i'1/ .u'I. ........". .' I pw.ale N.we T.relUobllirUt and are Just about; everywhere William Turner,a fishing gt
M _.*... 1AM.ee 1M ..- many "iI 'C_ AwN CM* from North Carolina
started captain
local chieftains of the 'popular Leo. ; waters have
Since then Now that
Non Cee.o ......... the revolt. YUle are frightened that the / !Offs
ir. 'V'I' 011' ,; 2414 1950 moving In a real busman's holiday wl
army, ordering troops have driven government troops will be too ; e clearing trout are
The RIDING ,!,..r". .. I..J at The Tides GoodIe
catches staying
them to place all foreignersunder them out of North Katanga. late to save much of the north. also, with some good
Iew1Me eraM NeerMwr house arrest.On Informed sources say the eastern Congo ruined economically reported both at Goodla.sd and In During Ms nine-day visit,Tun
HANS & SEIGttlDASAeiO Oct. 29, a Leopoldvllle main government thrust against and deprived of tducateeSl.ad.n. the vicinity of Wiggins Pass managed to boat 4 tarpon,
government listening poet Stanleyville 1* aimed through They fear this region "If the water stays clear,trout snook, 48 trout and 40 re
CCKTetTtOM HUtVIULIANNQ picked up a desperate radio Klndu to deny the rebels the will smolder with resentmentand fhb Nat Wert CLiMWiri" -, Total fishing should be excellent over Ray Gage of the Surf side Aps
from to five $' yI61.D 2,6432 next weak "says ments In Naples, fishing w
IINITOS message Gbenye chance to retreat from their hatred, ready to burst Into t the weekend and ,
of the Gulf Coast Capt. Robert Kerr had a mil
...... ...."....... eeP iYde.h rebellion again. Tom Kappa Creek. assortment Including five silo
Into Fish Camp on
Congolese troops moving ; !t flounder and tour Urge re
"Uiler.l have come one
The Crest RUWILLS Troupe reconquered areas have earnedan Cum** "Many
..*. Ndsa' ....... .,.,..,1 ass f CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK ugly reputation for killing UeUMlM from the gulf with broken lines., "Fishing" aboard Phil the Simmon"H
... the bonito tackle.busters perus, guided by
boats .f crisis Nyp.Ir.w where nwtnlng, that :
il e OFFICE and looting, picking up Bill Welk and B.
rasaelM ther.ln force. Fred Fugue,
taken out
tree '_.. Al e.aae.rAmper..d..N VU DUNBARS the r.belll.ft off. Rebel prison. MORE ASSETS THAN DEBTS-The public as a are
erwM. ... SUPPLIES ers are killed, often after suffering whole Is financially sound, according to the National Con. Kappaut reports that Irving Geshoff, all of Miami, boated a.
=. A.m.r IT .LU iJU See our temolet" *..ed..... of NEW ft. terrible tortures. turner Finance Assn. A recent estimate shows a 21.5 to 1 Sherwood and Henry Watkins of good a sized snook, 10 reds, s.sheepshead
T\ USID typewriter*, coding. en..hl_ check situation Subtracting Naples had a catch of 20 trout and a quantity
The killing and loot li\l are asset to-debt ratio, a very healthy
at witter, .I ." *. fhel* spy u well as a snappers. The party was staj
AFTERNOONONLY m..Mn.ti ..N=r.c only 1Yrnleon.HURINFSS deplored by senior Congolese current and fixed liabilities, the net worth of American consumers on Thursday Goodlaix
Mackerelare lag at the Idle Hour at
24 PM KEPtlK officers such u MaJ. Gen. Jo.seph is estimated at $1,791 billion. Current assets are quantity of whiting.
STARTS i MACHINED and close to shore In the rtcl.nity Hal Whltfleld of Ship Aho)
Mobutu. They have done defined as cash deposits securities and insurance pen.
AND RENTALS FREE PROMPT of Wiggins Pass, Kappauf fishing with his wife and Her
what they could to stop It, but lion reserves. Durable goods include autos, furniture and waters Sullivan of Marco and Fran!
Popular Admn Prices DELIVERS SERVICE officers are frequently be turned into cash.soldiers says, zed with clearing
Avenue So. Ml 3 luo6 Junior other items which can action can be expect McLaughlin of Miami took In 1sheepshead
7 .. some good
75 Adults $1. unable to restrain their unruly
Children "Pr* wl T with Ninifii ftlftrt 1H!> ed "any day now." 1 large snook
4 Jacks and 7 reds.
BIG "SHEEP Other good redflsh catches
Big sheepshead are found In were reported by Capt John Stephens
abut lance In Horse Creek and of "The Golden Rule."
Kappauf reports a catch of 39 Guiding T.H. Brown and party
taken by John Kelly and party from Naples, 18 reds, 1 large
IL\ from New York City Mr and llnesldes, 15 snappers and 6
Mrs. H. Ronson of Michigan, sheepshead were boated.

also came back, to the .Gulfcoast,Eighteen reds and S snook were
T ... : taken by Lance Joesham of Miami
'f fishing Capt. George Teaney,


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design and plans rmike) daily on site inspections main. > but we wander why kit simple 1961 reads the same up.

lain radio-controllcd vihiclet, operate their own con dr s < ;; procedure otturet tuck Immediate side down. This happened
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materials and workmanship and constantly strive for Watklngton' D. C ever, u It will be 6009
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the extent degree Michigan's quality
shay luck **.if koodt .nar Mgr (federal state and local)
is unmatched in Southwest Florida It's this exclusive 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH wings the Mlrkh hot the itovMMoit dbveykq averaged out to $115. A
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that maLes best home
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COLLIER COUNTY NIWS H.,"" Me Sunday "' I and Meade:

puHtnf for the OB Olympic I. IIIIrl-aawl., and then performance by IT.E'l'lfS'. OF 1ftTEREST), : TO YOUNG .R'EADER\\ ,

Back to Books iHntaf oaten points
Olympic Champ oft
She VM Me yow4! member
the teem "WhoYoung People Think'

PRINCETON NJ A shy from Tokyo proudly dtsplaylncteeiwacer !
who had trouble I....... the cold medal she won for suinf Every moraine at *<*0, Leetey
had a workout with her coach tilt for Youth Riots
to swim. and didn't take a path platform divine Prlnreton University mentor. Parents Get Some Blame
stroke till she was 10, Is back Lesley Bush amazed family
Last summer she worked out at

the University of Indian with r R
By Eugene CHbert with too many pressures and not aa
tilt roach there, became I
FresMenloftheCGbert enough acceptable ways to relieve -
pool) has a tower. Indian, In-
Youth Research Co. these pressures" A !vim)
tdenuily. Is l-esleys choice for I
lar view came from another 1 l-
a (ilere next year. 12
eel Husking back to last mm roar's year-old girl Gall Akem of ,
The Bush family plans no *
bratlon over the victory. ADd disturbances are young people Geneva, N.Y. She said rioting
s stirred more easily than adultsto often was caused by "Immature
[Lesley. wh 't been worrying
participation In riots? To get teenagers or young adults who '
about her school work wants
y some Idea of what the youths have no other way to release
dig In stain as a student She u
themselves think about thisandto their feelings.' "
took her book to Tokyo, but .k ,
feels her chemistry has slipped. get their Ideas on how riots Anthony Lunde, 17. of Chevy P I '
can be 1Y0Id.iSquesUoned Chase, Md., three a S r
Also, she' anxious to resume gave rtl.ORlI"Lack S A
lies teen-agers on the subjects. of authority available
her post as cheerleader After X71'r '

trying out tour seasons, she was First, the statistics 17 percent liquor and habitual trouble
finally chosen said they had witnessed maker" From Winnipeg, + d

Lesley, It stems, Is a giri who riot of some sort; 7 per cent Manitoba came this opinion from t tc
LESLEY BUSH beams happily as she displays her Olympic starts late. and finishes early admitted taking part In them; 14-year-old David Grosht "Riots A

told medal ,and 55 per cent felt that riot usually are caused by people who !
w could be avoided. have the power of speech to Influence

What did these young boys and people more Ignorant
I' "
than themselves
girls feel were the chief causesof

riots? Dissatisfaction with the Thomas Fortin, 1'7. of Lisbon

existing order of things troublemakers Falls, Maine. had a short, t -the-

TRUCK racial Issues people point reply! "Simply the stupidity

with nothing to do, youthful boredom of aggressive people." -
and even lack of parental r-
How can riots be avoided?
discipline were among the varied
Donna Jacks, 17 of Starkvllle,
reason given.
Miss., replied: "I believe they,
_GARDEN: CENTER_ It was rather ..urprlslnctotlndthat could be cut down if all participant I

many youngsters blamed would atop to think about

themselves for riots, although what they are doing and not be

some gave what they felt were afraid of what the crowd will

SALE attenuating elrcu thlnUf they don't follow" In the

stances Margie Capron 17, of same-View, but briefer, was the

North Quincy, Mass., said the comment of another girl,

main cause was "young people Helayne MlrMn 17, of Brooklyn

with nothing to do," then added: N.Y..I "Think before you act," r l

2 days only! We have grown up In a society vc w
Some of the boy had pertinent + tt

MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE TOP TEN parents.remark Seventeen-year-old about the attitude Pet of

Weiss of Cleveland called for

NOV. 9NOV. 10 Cavoll.t.
"better parent control and more
BABY LOVE, $wpr.m.i
action. And Rlek
SUNSHINE, Gom.H Slmmonds, 16, of Geneva, N.Y.,
We'll have a truck load of 2 year old field grown OH, PRETTY WOMAN, had this to ray

Texas roses. here for two days only, Monday and O'blaon DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY "If parents adults would and other act their concerned

Tuesday, Nov. 9 and 10th. There will be 35 varieties, Mann"' RIGHT.Ho".yc..ba part Instead of trying to be Such scents as these, from the 1944 Hampton Beach riots could "have been Fort Lauderdale,
HAVE I THE Newport, or the Mew Jersey shore, all sites of youth .", ICltlonl.

ready to bloom, and we'll have everything: necessary COME A LITTLE BIT would mlddle-eged get along'buddies'a lot better.kid ...................................,.............................!

lots of blooms from these bushes. Americans
to ensure CLOSER Jar The teen years are difficult for
You can expect them to bloom soon after planting. Sh.ftl'l.LtI us. If w* try to act our age, MISS DEB i
THE DOOR IS STILL people say 'grow up' and U we
from last sale five weeks alreadyin i
Many our ago are OPEN, Martin try to grow up then we're accused ,

bud and in bloom. Now is the time to plant .-osesl! LITTLE HONDA,Hond.ll. of being blg shots'." '. v.. ,11 ennswrs gwNtun/ i
/ about Junior Mitt i
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etiquette, grooming >
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494 & 694Lawn t ,,/ AlVI7"r'u .- "' r.

4 O' I am i bl.bbc-moulh, Try long however, the heavenly
u I m.p,11ue CM not keep : smell u "lIIe.X'bat can I do
secret Thu li worse thin to nuke the fragrance: cling like
t sounds berauM my friends keep it nays la the adr HOLLAND
telling me their innermost aecrtti -
even though they know I A Cologne at toilet viler SALLEYINC.
1 10 Year in Naples quickly her Its strength once
Building Experience am unable to keep my promue
Weeds a problem? Brand New ( of urict iilemt you laviihly put it an is your preparing skin. M to UMU go .

NEVER BEFORE IN Residential '> Alterations A Sine you know your out for the evening. Try sprar 9alellal!
weakneit. don muted your ins your entire; closet lightly;
NAPLES BEAUTIFUL frienJt by promuin, to be ISO 5th AVI. S,
Commercial Remodeling and doting, the door Pour a
LINE OF CONCRETE Silent Sue about macros la NAPLES, FLO'UOAFurniture
In St. Augustine, WARE, FINISHED IN teed, Mf you'II do your best few your drops bath' of and the into tame your Kent final into
and then do absolute
Being tn
PURE WHITE STUCCO ihimpoo rime Place: a cologne
Centipede'or Zoysia clam with confidence! it muck
CRETE. Palm PoU spotted Kleenei tissue in the
I 4 more rewarding in the long run with ;
aver your lingerie
Spread BONUS. It takes care of Modern Pots (with or
.. SI begin the evening prac: Q. My girl friend pareniiare Rugs
without ) Bird ,
moat every weed around both saucers floating on the went of always and cheerful
Bonus established and terminating Baths Planter Boxes MI 2-209Q 4786th St., S. my favorite cologne Before She taya aha gay does rememberever Gifts, Accessoriesand
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Gives your grass a rood feeding Patio hearing quarrel
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Porch Entrance embarraated because my Objets d'art
the time BONUS makes ,
.r-e I at same Way
folks are always I "bulling about
a greener weed-free'r lawn or Around swimming something: even though they not to be foundelsewhere
your money back. etc. quickly make up. I am afraid
Treat 2600 aq ft From $4.95Attention OPEN HOUSE TODAY someday the may walk tn one ,
real lulu How ran I avoid thuf
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5.95 A If rout fricftiii home life
u at the detcribea, It is mutual

.w In Bermuda Interettmg' enetg.tic people Visit Mr I.r...... .....1apart..at.
normally do not live togrtheryear
at Calf Tew.
or Bahia ROYAL HARBOR .I'/conflict' teat Your without patents acca era, Carriage CUb, and La
; New may be prevUmg a valuable! Rlvsge.
l f Lawn ia preparation for your
Spread KANSEL. It's just the o'"a marriage la atmoapheteirf
thing to clear out dollarweed, Neopolitans love and mutual tnpect,, d... MEMBER OF
1 Kansel matchweed, bur clover and a raft SANDPIPER STREET! agreementa need not ether be fatal healthy Mmarriage AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF
: of others And It'. guaranteed tosatisfy A........ ..-.. .f .,."*.* rrlalionthip,any to Jest feel
ar.at.m. S..v. yw .e.y
i l. .... Treat 5,000 sq. ft ....,/_. ...4 a>ra4tMl kiwvl-
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iw .>irt u4t.. ah*** .ur stand.. 3-bedrooms 2-baths Family room
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I. ira4...... Therms Nothing Lib It In Naples .
NO icatloir:..,tI...
All Scotts products arc and screened patio over-looking wide
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lightweight, odorless I.-. Mw many V..S te4
-as.. airtaiiltiir.KHOWLD .. oVlliageGreen
and easy to use .. PRODUCT ( canal into NAPLES BAY. Air-condi-
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Pit,. OAHOSH COUNICLLIMC tioned & heated. Double &
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COLLIIH COUNTY NIWI Naples! Na., Siwe'oy. Nevwnbw. I If44 55

New Kind Of Latin-American

Tbeeasg.. will .be listed en Mfltt 'be the 11300 allowance
social security mooed and cannot beoorrMned.
Soldier Now Being arswew --- will count toward benefits pay-
DevelopedFT. e e
QUESTIONS. ANSWERS able to you In the future.
Q.--1 will retire In 1966 whenI

OOL1CK. C.Z. (AP) lost c...... But the Bolivians e fils.....,. .n iiiiiPlI1 S e eQ. am &6. when should I file
Tiley'.. molded a new kind of trained at Ft. Oultek have been .--My wife and I both receive my application and what records
Latin.American soldier In the will I need?
busy in the rural areas and the social security benefitson
work.Junfle here and put him out of Communists have failed to gain Q,-Last year 1 got some of my account. She doesn't A. Get tn touch with ion{ '
the necessary peasant "' work 1 understand social security office about
Instead of trenches he IB support. my social security checks because but I do.
digging ditches for sewer pipe. On a much smaller scale, the 1 only earned $1'rOO. When that each: of US 1 11 entitled to months before you retire. Sonc -
He Is building walls for houses. similar Bolivian to problem the Is regarded as t made my annual report I M- earn up to 11200 a year and one there will tell you *hi..
Philippine link about still all our social security papers you win need and "
He can dismantle complicated tlmated that I would urn get
11 achlnery and put It back to birth campaign to the of concept 1946 that of "clvi gave the lime this year. 1 now haw benefits. Since: she doesn't best time to file your appil, '
work ,afaln. He can teach read. action" as part of military received rail In pay and will work does that mean that I can don.iiu4JiiniUrs.
trig and writing even pluck a strategy. An American on the earn about $8000. Should 1 not 1- take the 11200 she. U allowedto r'plSHl
I ilcken or eat boiled monkeyand scene, then U, Col Edward c ry'a+ ''r '\ my social security office? earn and add It to mine so
boa coiurtrlctor. tansdale now a retired major I A.-Yes,you should notify your thai I can earn 1400 sye' +rand RENEW YOURDRPER'S i *>
I ttar U necessary than he can also fight general saw how the Commu N (sal) office and make a new ci* still get all our benefits / LICENSE 1-
From Meek ever. to nut strategists had skillfully 1 1t ttmate of earnings If you donor A.-No. Each beneficiary can DURING YOU
Argentina turned the rural population
will most probably set am up to I1SOO a year' while
the new soldier is busy buildingr against the Philippine Constabulary you BWHMSKJH
ads and schools and working by picturing It as an more checks than you should receiving social I security be-

on many other unmllltaryJlke enemy of the people while .. . Ce . tt Se . . .
projects e e e .
showing themswlves off as
This goes under the technical friends through small favors. j.--l work ai a maid at a e
mme of civic action. Military Quick to recognize the value private home two days a week.
leaders regard this as important of this strategy In reverse form, 4 : Il My employer says I have to PlY ReopeningMONDAY S SS
i' guns and bombs in the battle Lansdale became its most ardent i social security tax on my wagei.U .
t or economic and political survl. advocate as a counterln. iD
this true?
vil, merle That's why soldier the new Is Latin being surgency tactic. This is the A.--Yes. If you earn as much S Nov. 9th :

i alned to take a more responsl.i weapon checking largely the Huk credited movement.with 0 W N UNDER HELP M.J.' >Ian hltlhawII .f*,ki rise with 'WI ..Itli.,. ., as f4 per week regularly from S e
i ie role in the affairs of the Fidel Castro used this same training teller \n mountain, region. at *,uth Viet Nash Hi'I a Mitltr itvlitr with theAwitrilUn one employer, your salary must Bonded :
unmunlty to which he's as. strategy to discredit and de. Army' Training Tom which it in the' teuntry at ,reewSSt, Vltt Nm ,ew.'t, be repented and the tax paid. Shippers
'igned.TU moralize the Cuban army
Gullck is the home of a creating along the way the nec. S
ilque VJS. Army institution essary popular support to liquidate er technical skills to Improve Current
tiled "School of the Amerl. the entire Cuban military himself and train others. S Indian River Fruit
The Wfrk fenenal' Service' -
i.. Latin-American soldiers institution and thus Insure his The school has graduated IS, Best Sellers Agency eS
t fi om 19 different armies receive conquest Since then, extremist. (29 Latin Americans and _,.87'U.s. e
PublUHn Weekly]
Military instruction often from In other Latln.Amerlcan areas, students.. (Compile by I IA S Fruit Juices S
their own officers. They eat, but chiefly In the Dominican Students are selected by gov. FICTION
,sleep work and play together Republic and Venezuela have ernmenta. The U.s. Southern RECTOR OF JUSTIN, dependable ....,. rrpee.
luring periods of study ranging attempted to bring this off. Command In the Canal Zone Au nln,UnCANDY Ibis lee protecting. yell yurfimtly Fruit Sections
n om 2 to 40 weeks Only 83 in This helped chart a new edu. confers with various govern Seethem end KMM u4 udi M S e
the present enrollment of CISa catlonal path for the "School of menu on quotas. Transportation H.H.nk.rg. .,tint nary .lnMreble tN.th
re U.s. citizens. the Americas." Founded In to and from Panama Is paid by THIS ROUGH MAGIC lees' OireucJi e planned yea Tropical Candies S SS
Critics, particularly In the February 1949, primarily to the United States, which also SUwwt pew el protection guorontwdcomponlot e
extreme leftist student ranks train U.s. Army technicians, a provides quarters and food and THE SPY WHO CAME IN by ol, wiqurtlcnedananelal
( ill it a "coup d'etat factory." few courses were made avatla. $1.80 dally to each student for FROM THE COLD, I e Came etnegtk x t ta f" Tropical Jellies
.tit's against the left-wing ex. ble In Spanish at the request of his upkeep. The students' own HERZOC, B.IUw I;
enlists, particularly those Latln.Amerlcan countries. All governments provide Mm with a
irking in the remote rural English instruction ellmlna. dally stipend required by his NONFICTIONHARLOW i1ow&
ureas, that the heart of the Ft. ted In 1958. army's regulations while on ShulerenREMINISCENCES
ullck 1. unavoidably duty abroad. M..- : 1 eS
< program The Ft. Gullck program Is to HUttlU HOC!. IK.v .
,imod. dedicated to counterinsurgency The range and scope of the ArthurA
In assessing its effectiveness but the curriculum has a wide entire program underline American MOVEABLE FEAST N.ples-on-Ih..oulf. Florida e
\1' this particular field, an range of application to civic concern for the security of Htminfwcy | V. .}| |,|, A.*..M Lath : 6 1 12 Fifth Avenue South Phone MI 2249
American official points to BOo action projects designed to re. Latin America against the THE INVISIBLE COVERNMENT ri...M a-iHi
1 I..vial move the causes of rebellion. threat of communism, and at Wit end Ret Nat rtetU (Convenient Parking Rear of Store) iee
"Everything we tried there longer range, for Its economic MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY, e
i id failed and It seemed like a turns Additionally! to his country the graduate with great.re. and political development. CUplm . e ee e eeee e . . .

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Un que In design this home comprises epproximete. end oven end s built-in. Westinghouse refngeritor. }' c 1

'ly 1800 square feet of living ere*. It has three'' The beautiful, lawns end IsndKsping ire serviced

bedrooms and two baths A large 16 K 26 Florid. by en underground, iprmkkng tyttem PrlCd.t r ,

room enhances the Florid design The house ii only $26,500 _. aA' fj a.

heated with electric ridunt heit built' into the e '

floors. Two reverse cycle eir-condttioneri keen

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u, of f E' n'I I '>+1 rstructton, AM! .h M I'' i lustre( 'tlah.
04 & n art I i I", Sr'i I fI, airier central h"IIIII. i/, ,,1.,1.\1 t.,I ,i" litH.nlnifvd ,
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6B COUNTY NIWS N., e Far Away Places : '!i.: .It ft,

e aOtwtENBTNUPTlJZS" Prove Lure To

U.S.WASfflNOTON Congressmen(AP) Fare. f /lcfr 4J
OMr 0 iPsmriFHSD BY i one at Par. & tK
the glitter
way: places -
EM-TUFTS OR'WORM:' P e ts, the sunny Acres of Hawaii f
N .R lJGAL 4 FIERCE YELLOWEIE, and Jamaica, the exotic lands of t s. i /s.
'8.ENEIlAJ. COLORWC the East are beckoning and
T 5NADE50fgKON'N5ARRby many members of Congress are
answering the call. They will
By Aana L....... .... 'ALSO CALLEOCArCn: ; loon be of on official trip.
At any rate, Congress IB In
AMP HOOT OWL t h7. I recess the big election cam.
peep $ STR Olr/G-HO1 "., rt palm is over and many suit
The usual buffalo band which close together, sleeping on the IN SE&fS Of 3,5 Of IP ases are being packed. 'a ar
once roamed Ik- Great Plains ground Their sight Is poor .IKeHOQHOOHOO HOC % The list of congressional trips
. was a small family: herd, led but compensated for by excellent H O"IMb5TLYACrYEATr6MT ( "Y already( planned Includes
by a female. The big bulls, hearing and smell. The Indians Attendance by a large groupat Ji4
brooding, unpredictable and used to play: a cruel deceptionon l1TSOMEr/MES'"w/ the NATO parliamentarians' .
, powerful, remained alone or the wily beasts. Creeping up ABKOAP Iy A meeting next week in Paris, a ,
Joined a "club. Thus, they In a horseshoe. haped human INHABITS SWAMP PO/iKT?, ", + ; r r regularly scheduled event 1
passed the seasons With spring cordon, the Indians would suddenly P/NE WOOPS PRAIKtC HAMMOCKS; { ry Inspection by members of the
bad passed and mating time be. shout and jump,stampeding MAKSHCS House Science and Astronautics ',
gam The bulls grew restless and the animals towards bluff. Run. Committee of a number! of In. ,
broke Into the quiet family: nlng at speeds of 40 mph, the 0 KNOW TO PKfYOM ANIMALS stallatlons In the Far East and I
groups. If two rivals meta head bison would shoot over the edge AS LARGE ASRAtPfTS f SMN5 a r ...P the Pacific, especially: along the .
crashing battle might ell8UeEachmale like a wooly waterfall and crashto ALSO EA7Y RATSMIa aQDr AN/ satellite tracking line.A > ,
lunged torw.ntforelleacl death below. These bluffs DOMESTGRDS study of housing and urban <
headtrylng to daw and dash were called "buffalo Jump. problems In Hawaii by members :
each other to the ground.An angry oils" of the House subcommitteeon ,
bull has been called as fast asa BIRDS of FLORIDA; housing 1 tR4a'
', 7 e1 .
cow pony: U dangerous as a ODD CHARACTERS: Attendance by members of exta .fetr sta. IRs .
rhino and unafraid to attack men, Buffalo have several odd the House Judiciary Committee a r
horses and grizzlies habits One Is making wallows, FLOXIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION at the semiannual meeting of (NEA Telephoto)
The victorious buU staved with depressed bare spots In the soil the Intergovernmental Com-nit.: ._...
REAL hucCua DECOY-There
the family clan, thus attaining where they roll In warm weather tee on European i1 Migration,1n iME arent many hunters:
in their blinds that '
perched are as lucky as Lafayette Connor
a harem of several cows. Like Possessed of true horns which The food eaten bison much Geneva.A .
by falo. As Seton said, "It had Commission of Webster. Wis. Most duck hunters set out wooden
most bovines, the development, grow continually, bison like to the same as utilized by domestic to be. He served his time, trip by House Agriculture and toot duck calls Connor decoys
birth and nursing of young takestime scratch and rub them on trunks, livestock. They prefer grains but now his time is past." members to the Near East and wood duck, Woody. But he only simply does brings it when along there his pet, I
and care. Cows carry: their boulders, even phone poles. grass, dropseed, windmill grass, The old days of predators- Issues Tips For Africa to study the program for other hunters around. He wouldn't want are no
babies tor 94 months, then give These horns are sharp and can paspalum, bluestem and, of wolves, cougars, coyotes, bears; using farm surpluses abroad. Woody winged.
birth In an hour. The calf Is neatly gore an animal or human course, buffalo grass. Unfor. the natural killers-loose teeth, I
up and around In I or 4 days, Albinos are not uncommon In. tunately this meant early com blindness, accidents, skin scab; Safer Hunting
yet nurses for a year. Buffalo diana used to believe that white petition with cattle. Ranchers the aggravating Insects and pral.
babies mature at 8 years of age, bison was verjrlucky. When seen, frowned. Farmers, who occas.slonally rle fires were nothing as com. TALLAHASSEE A list of Gulf Front EstateOffered
although they ,!may mate In their a prayer of success was offered were raided by roving pared with the wholesale deci. "things to do and remember"
third year. and a good hunt was sure to buffalo, glowered. Something motion by MAN. for Florida hunters was Issued
At olght\ the bison bands stay follow. had to go And it was the but. Here and there, thoughtful today by A. D. Aldrich, director at $300'000
Game and Fresh Water Fish
dividual tried to save A band. .
Commission.In .
Experimenters even crossed .
them with cattle to make Cat. the Interest of safety, good ... "-".'a4
talo, with yak (a coldJovlng rely sportsmanship and staying out of ,., ,, .- 'J. I
tive) to form Yakalo but none trouble, hunters should!
OPEN HOUSESUNDAY of this stopped the destruct Obtain a copy of and become I
tlon of pure blooded, beautiful familiar with the State and Fed.
buffalos We are fortunate to era! hunting rules and regula.
have the handful of 19,000 anl. tlons.
mils left today. We are for. Always: handle firearms In sucha tYn r ,a Y
tunate have manner that you or other people
to their ancient trailsto
1-5 follow over this country that are not endangered.
once was theirs. Obtain the regular state. hunt.
Where.... 1389 Dolphin Road Harbor bands ever again be seen dar. and the special hunt area permitIn
i kenlng the offing and 'Making addition< to your regular hunt.
the earth one robe?' (Ernest lag license before entering any
(Just off Naples Bay)
Thompson Seton). of the wildlife manae.menhreu
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Room supervised by the Commission.Buy .
Family Carpeted Living a duck stamp and write

Room, Screened Porch, Huge'Boat'Dock, Central Air NY Firms Low your stamp name before In Ink hunting across ducks face or of

Conditioning Double Garage Bidders On Lock geese.
Respect the property of others .
This delightful waterfront home built by WILLIAMB. For Barge CanalJACKSONVILLE and always ask permission be.
fore crossing fences or hunting
(APf J Two
STONE, INC., is the most housc'for $27,500 we New York firms are apparentlow on private lands.
to three
bidders on the cross-Florid Plug your shotgun
have seen barge canal's first lock. shell capacity, magazine and
The Army Englneersan.nounced chamber combined.
liver: use full.Jacketed or mil.ttarytya y rP
Thursday that Brook.
COLEMAN BOY, D Realtor: ". ; field Construction-: .'Inc.: .and cartridge or .22'while cal.
Baylor: Construction Corp. each Ibre rlmflre cartridges
Associates : Richard Eiickson, Jack KothfuM, Uselma bid $3,594,300. This Is$179,000 hunting or taking deer or bear. _T
below the estimateThe Always check hunting area for .eeeL 'Ncrw\
Smith William Stone ,and Richard: Teach and shoot birds
... lock, which will raise or Illegal bait never YS r1I..dt
lower barges 20 feet, is one of over baited area.
60 Tenth Street No. (Stone Bldg.) MI 2-5855 five planned to negotiate a 100. Never hunt turkey with a dog
foot ridge between the ,Jackson. and don't hunt or kill a swim
vllle and Yankeetown ends mIng deer
Never carry or in* a gun with-
a light In the woods or on the
water at night.
Never use artificial light,fire, This Is an estate of magnificent proportions for a gentleman
net,trap snare,poison,..lUick of discernment The house is Spanish architecturethe
net guns or live decoys to huntor grounds lushly landscaped with palms and pxot,'i
take game animals or birds.
Remember not to shoot doe or plants, and with a broad expanse of white sugar sand

fawn deer, cub bear, panther, beach. This remarkable estate is ,me of a handful offlorida's
snow goose, Ross goose, brunt, most lavish Gulf' front home
swan, non-game or song birds,
Key Deer, Everglades weasel, "
atinfurtinuuuruuttt alligators, mink, Evergladeskite
hawk, owl, or eagle. Such '"
animals are fully protected by .
law.Always look before you shoot II'', I -t.
Aldrich said that there were
many more detailed rules and
regulations that all hunters must 11II ,
( t follow. Summaries of these rules
and regulations are available
from the office of all county WlltlIIIL MIIDMAN "IEUMA"NlOoo..ICM


or bark With a I 289 Ninth Street South Midway 2.2128
motmj low cost P

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Tliere'o no fine .print to tin guarantee! Your savings are insured at Naples Federal : f. W'

by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Not one penny. has ever been /

lost in the thirIY')' 1f history of r ederal-chartered savings and .loan associations. : 1

I o" er JWJ9..IEti e r..eft. IEIt A [l !

Withdraw your savings from Naples Federal whenever you desire in person or by r 2-5102 !
mail. And you may be surprised at how much more you've saved than you had thought.; E-! THE MOORINGS OFFICE 2829 N. Tam.ami Trail Midway .

.Savings accounts at Naples Federal' Blue a way of growing. Why Because your sating

works for you collecting earnings compounded twice yearly. And, incidentally you'll "MOORINGS
hive a good feeling; knowing; that while your savings had been working for you it ha UNIT 5 ON SCIIEDULE"J

?;al;o been working for the betterment of Collier County contributing to the economy

rid-' growth of this area. ; ;: ..-::

s,! ... Remits of months of work by dredge, dragline, bulldozer and other heavyequipment
You it doe* make a difference where !
see, sa\e
you is Unit 5 of The and
apparent now as Mooring shape up looks better
I f
day: by day. Contract for sanitary sewers, storm drams, and city water main have

H I been let, and in a few short month some of the finest property in Naples will be

'II available for home builders.

i =t. ; 'j I See Thr Moorings today for a homesite that appeals to you whether it be

-mjookinf a beautiful expense of water, the rolling fairway and lush greens of *

I manicured golf court, or a high pine-.tudded location, you'll find the site that's

: NAPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONat just right for you in The Mooring! f

the Four Conttii

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mat were the winner over tOWER COUNTY NIWS N.., ... '1... Sunday. N. .mb.r *, IU4 73

the V J.P;*. Angle Salmon I.'. OwhiFg 26 11 -------
rolled the high gem of the day, G. U* Realty 81 IB NIAtof dW
a toe and potted a 498 .*..*... Jerry's Cleaner 20. 16 ( tome reason la wider t than
TUlle Davis gird In a 170 Future' Fair 17 19 normal The most common type
ORNER N for a 474. Ruth Dos a 110 lied key '''''''' 161/1 $01/9 tt HEALTH of hernia i* the inguinal herniain
ffI Ingle gems Bwny Nebefl 161. CofwtiSheni 161/7 801/t \ which a portion of the ah.domin.1 .
Hue! Brunk 140, and Jo Powell Food Bank 15 21 contents protrude
I through in opening in the ah
a 189 and a .-. Kay Wolfe Tropics Drive-** 13 89 TOPICSI/ ,niinal wall and into the groin
I converted the 8.' split and Ir I\\ Such hernias are usually noted l
PINE Heel Bnmk the .*..10. PUBLICAN WOMENegaoors m malei between 19 and 45
LANES NICK L3 X8 Bemea hit a 181, Doris Turner $ 89 13 M___ years of age' although there an
Then were 18 series of 800 B&B B IWe.( IT UHnmaifi a 164, and Chris Matcher LIllIe ElepttttM 19 17Mfdomat t \"' aenMu.Loup ... he main infants congenital hernias eau i iin
or better In the Trail Bowler M 16Hatcher a 14. W'na Rio convened 18 18 Moat phyticiani today 1AIp8'11t11rlClay night andetght Genet. f* itRebto TWIN COUNTY Vip.'a HHlNIASi MOSTCORRfiCTABLC
the -.10 apllti Dwto Turner 17 19 immediate operation to corrrci I
200 games were rolled. Funds Dodge as 17MefeardReeav the M.10|and Nancy Bennett WON LOST Dark Horse 17 19 the fault rather than the use "f f fa
Lord'* 2S7 and 5M were & UFvHer die .-..lQ.It Bfebeea Market 84 10 Vfee-Preaideflt 14 88 I" *om l-MI |*lout truii, which often gives a
! high for the league as he led l Industries & It e Fager Roof Coettnj 89 11Moon' :rpn., kf lorcrnturiti false tense of .eeDrI" A tru.smiuietimea
his turn to a two point win First NatL Bank 30 SO Masonry 85 U betel among<< the leading damages the soft,
tissue especially when it
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catiMi diubilhy
over Daley Distributor Mike Blgley-s TV 18:11: was three wins and one Rice': Clipper 84 U Birds of Prey CENTURY OF SOKOL-Nt t AurcliM Cornell Celle! light enough to be effects
: pike\ contributed I 206 game to Janes Radio 4 TV M X leas aU the way In the Repub- Fire Depu 88. 14 Owl have an adtantafc year, t14 tot Off/ !** Departmnt celebrated lit criit-ry lowin ,hard coughing; or fti"II't nulu
the cause. Bud Hall tossed a Cities Service 8 at lican Women's League Friday Rolling Stone IT It over hawks as bird of prey wtt issue a livecentpqaumorstIn phi'ician. dricrllxd hernia in a cause of f i tho.r:
234 for Furniture Fair the Senators continued Brook-Miller IM. 1$ V. I to that the latter down lilUBp $ the 'W word. the de- area where the structures are
game morning as wOOf .crtptlon; dI'i :
weak A from
danger hernia
I Floor Co*. If 91 with noisy their thefounding hernia.wrote
who took two from TamlamlTire POWDER PUFF their winning ways and Naples powerful wings, whereas owls 100th anomrssry. 0 CeC.. is the protrusionof .that the protruding part niaIK ,
who bad Fred Bell rolling a Fran's Hair Designs 31 9 took three from the Little Ele- Brookside 14. make the same deadly descent of Sokol Slavic i J loop tv knuckle of an ornan pinched thus shutting nil I
197 game. Robert lawhon with Betty's Fashion 26 14Ecldard' phants. The lowly Vice-Pre Sunshine Hardware 18 tISBen' In complete silence, as fyonastkcoctetlet.. In the itr IIM" through an a huormal limed supply! Moat, hrnnai 10-
It 24 United State, A statue of a '" *ueee*.fully
a 221. Wtlburn Bullard 209 and \ 25 IS sidents managed to win over the Standard their f. a t h e r s are fringed opedag.The dad max rrIMirnl -
Whldden 201 Plaza Gulf Coast Melt<< ** 10 26 Greek discus thrower appears utrg maIM > through modern turgic.illuellunl '
Pete were the stars Beauty Shop 22 18Lilly1 Dark Horses, and the Diplo with down. on the stamp a natural open that for lI,
of Shannon f flveaotne
Supply as 21 19
they took two from Hatcher'* Bonlta Library 20 20 ---
Construction. Reahards won Dorothy's 6th Ave 19 21 _
two from Schmidt Realtor with Will's Hair Fashions 18 22 r.q I
Lester LUes rolling a 20'1 game. Vogue Fashion 18 22
and Bill McElvey hit a 212 as Merle Norman 181/2 231/4
Pine Lanes took two from King Viola's Beauty Shop 13 27 ""wr 7
Insurance. 5th Ave. Beauty HOW BIG I
.s Shop 101/2 291/2 .4 '
Johnnie Still missed a 600
Thursday night but still rolleda Marjorie Seaberg. secretaryof h
high 245 game and 816 series the NWBA has announcedthat DO YO U'6''r
In the Nick's Liquors Classic an executive board meetIng Yn .Ir
League and his team, B & has been called for Monday -
B! Builders went on to win dire* November 9th, at 8 p.m. ran arise
out of four from Hatcher Con- at Pine Lanes. All membersare 'i esa.teaise
ruction. Red Lord showed a asked to.be.present.. WANT IT ? r
235-586 for Plnman's who took
three from Fuller Industries; treyr'mot'
Paul Swofford 231-584 for Ci- BROOKSIDE! BOWL ,
UQS Service who split with Ribbons Market had their lead sa.sar trrwr.rIaee n
Jones Radio and TV| Richard cut to one point Thursday night E
Golden a 230 single and Gene in the Twin County League a*
TUlman a 666 series for Rich Carroll Arnold found his line etM
rr ,
ard's/ Roofing who could win and rolled game of 203.208 1ttt&hb I fir Ytlet
only one from Robin's Dodge and 215 for a great big 626 The RIVIERA by +
U Buck Perry hit a 215-583. aeries, his first 600 to lead
First National Bank had Carl his Sunshine Hardware team to
Armbnut rolling a 204-579 for a 3-1 victory over the league .m
a four point win over Blgley leaders. Congratulation to It's as simple as buying an ice cream cone you tell us how big you want
TV Al Hajek hit a 202-684 Carroll. HU buddy. Arvll Hol- remarkable
Riviera and we build it to those specifications Here is a
for Jones radio and TV. land turned In a(57... Moan'sMucttry your
.- .- .- took Rica's CUrjo-r home, designed to expand to fit your needs, and with more well-planned} ,
Some of the low average bowl for iJIMpoinUa Moon Mulllns The four bedroom three bath
posted a 561 series with- usable space than you ever dreamed of
era took over scoring honor in FOUR BEDROOMS THREE BATHS
the Powder Puff League Friday! out a 200 game and Ed Me- Riviera is the finest large family home in Florida, room for everyone in

morning ii Peter, a 129 average Gill, turned In a 557, Charlie order. family room .. ....._... ..
bowler rolled a big 198 Riot rolled t 200 and 553. perfectly arranged and easily maintained Large I''.,, ., W"

game and turned in a 502 ser The Rolling Stones couldn't get separate! master bedroom suite with private bath, central core kitchenthat

Ie.tied. a Margaret 10& average Viking rolled who a car 149\ "rolling"Naples Floor and Covering lost all who four had to serves the dining area, family room or patio with equal ease and 'a 1fea/ IVyKuntjrr.tr

samei Edith Anderson with a Ralph McKlrthan bowling 538. fully finished and plastered two-car garage. If your family is not so large, *-
102 hit a 143.and Laur Duane Lyon was the big gun .
average --- -
etta Fraley. average 118, made for Fager Roof Coating as he perhaps the three bedroom, two bath model will suit you better. Of course, S- A 4

a 140 game A 138 average came In with a 210 game and the same features and the same high quality. Or if fours is a small family trrmr tins"
bowler. turned a 583 set. Rae Hendrix hit a ''I'
the high Mary game Lansa of the day a 201 single An Allen) a 210 the two bedroom, two bath design is perfect for those who want more Maees1 rn r

214. Perry Carr was thuharp- and Royal Ranney. .198. room for entertaining or relaxing. Still the same oqUUndlng features n4 ft CUM"

convened shooter of the the 8-4-10 morning aplit when.he ',p The >JPalmette League had the same choice of four distinctive exterior''desinnns. It's entirely' up'to ; "' I aaraaaar '

.s. Linda Sauchent headed for a 600 it the Riviera is in all sizes. Of course you w-rt rf rrW4 tnaaosa I
We have been Informed that series only to lose her line the you, how big do you want yours r I ir-riirr
several weeks ago In the Pow- last game. Linda rolled two can choose from other two, three and four bedroom Rutenberg Homes 1? gM// _

der rolled Puff her League.first 200 Mary game Kline in but 21i fell game down to to start a 142 the and evening could priced from $11,990 to $17,990, built on your lot anyplace in this area.

league play. CorgratstoMaryl) only poet a (72-hlgh for the If you are looking for a lot Rutenberg : IAIMt ,,,, tI4'ale4' 1 MnTJIl
night. Shirley Johnson continuing )
TRAIL BOWLERS to roll well hit a 663 k can help you find exactly the right rrmrjA_ o

WON LOST win a 217 game. Wanda Rice one for you, just part of our service. ,

Shannon Hatcher Const.Supply 18 20 12 10 493 rolled and three Juanlta nice Snyder games turnedin for a ,r s' Drive out and see the Rutenberg IItI'f

Daley Dlst rib. 18 14 a 490 set. !!en. Miller model homes, open daily for ,
Crayton Cove Lndrj 16 14 about to give up the sport of --- fromI
Furniture Fair 15 15 bowling after the first ,. ;fr' your inspiration THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS
highest '
Tamiaml Tire 14 16 then fired a 189. the 1 ,tc 9 a.m until 9 p.m,
Pine Lanes 14 16 game of her bowling career, r ,,
"* until t -awl--
Reahards Service 13 IT and kept right on\ rolling for aIn I r .. ..:: ..1i weekends
Schmidt Realtor 12 18 the third game. She will ., 6

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COUIEH COUNTY NEWS, N.pFl./ ." Sunday, November, IK4 day afternoon the eleven"old"! $18.9 Million For
MM and wrote .hwifattens -
to the parents of new [': i1i! October CollectedIn !

members nailing' of the oe- Gasoline Tax
and them to
remony Inviting I
Girl Seoul flats ..... TtaM Brownies who TALLAHASSig (AP) The I II
wet. invented Jut year, and ayQ state sales Hi poured $18.9 mil.
1 wiw 411 sM In me ceremony lion Into the treasury aOotober,
a gain of II per cent over the
.ret Key Boynton, Jane Am
comparable month last year,
By MRS DONALD M. gCHUCItrMOTS : Drtn*, RIta Harnm,Gall Hum- Straughn reported

ffeny, Dabble Lambert, Kathy
He said collections boosted to
tang' Candy Sa..... Kathy1Rh.aBsteSatyeaT
$78,1 million the amount of mOllooe
aaeaaaaersas V.-
the three per cent levy bas
TO LEADEISi Training week on plans fir ttir11ita produced for the state since
will be given for outdoor camp-out at Camp Ttrntertord feeders are Mrs.' George Vega, July, start of the current bust
program activities at two sea- on Thanksgiving weekend. Patrol Mrs. RUbard Morris and Mrs. ness year This is a gain of $11
tons to be held this corning names were also chosen William Gracely. 11 million over 1MJ-S4 and the re-
e suit of tax Increases voted by 1i.
week and show
according toMrs.RobertGregg uncommon originality. .
,training! chairman. The They am Ajglps (aotfre girls Junior Troop 276 Is also 700.2 r ,;t' the last legislature.
first session will be held tomorrow go Interesting placet VIPs getting ready fo Investiture\ Gasoline tax income in Octo.
evening (Monday. Mo (very Important patrol)) and Teaming the Scout taws and ber was $11.2 million a drop of I I
the Paraherette Prtl ll.lie.. A new girl was welcome $414,783 from October or last
ember 9th) at 7i30 at the Scout Mrs* Alien LEADER-Kenneth Kaunda,
House In Gambler Park. The Blbee and Mrs. William Bracken at their last! meet year. The five per cent tax on 40-year-old eon of a missionaryla ,
sports goods brought IDUI.SD8.
Second will be an outdoor meet- are co-leaderi. Jail Grabowski. 30 .
followst Royal a Jump of 200 per cent: over col. the first president of the new
fibau fiastt as
Saturday November Troop CD lections for the comparable African republic ef Zambia
&oo Brownie W wall hold Pal.s,patrol leader,Lucy Pulling rra oc"x
at Camp Tlmberford.
month last when the tax
an Investiture on leader year It was fermer British protec
ceremony Maple Leaf. patrol
Leaders are reminded that they ) was Just going into effect. tents of Northern. Rhodesia'
Wednesday November 11th Duo
must have qualified before plan Carol Korn haul) Tall Pines patrol ;:a _
at the Scout House for nine leader Jennie Pllson. r 3c -
fling any outings with their m
new members. They ares Beverly Betsy Schlerf was chosen
troops. Refresher tips will
be Included for those who wish Bowes Sarah Gracely scribe Following the Invwtlture

to renew their training. Lynn Nancy Morris Keller.Kim Jon T'ylor.Deb-Maccauley for future, the troop activities.will ma plana Hf.I'fI'f ET7: For rooms that radiate "Welcome Nome"choose

bie .
Woodlll. Lucy Ann Brink- e e
Cadette Troop 124 spent the man and Lydia Wilson At Cadette Troop 249 met on
major part of their meeting this their last meeting on Wednes- Monday after school the home BIGELOW'SPATTERNED '

of Beverly Gordon.patrol1cad- n CARPET

The Bubble Saddle OxfordBy er. This activity served as the t
completion of the requirements 0 LIVINC-DININC RM24V

for Beverly's hostess badge.
Buster Brown During the meeting troop com -t
mittee members Miss Rebecca

Sanders and Miss Genola Gor- OVA: :- /:'IiIJUfJI'\ ,'.....,,, tux*', ,'"". .1" ttytr, it only 16 fret "ioH'.U fit nn u ; >-/" r 1 1y
Every girlahould don reviewed troop activities /tut (i//".. limit upon at "htilk mrf nf tkr liiiiif-ihitmg "'011I. 4 adding alone" door .{.<> M A.
with the scouts. Troop mem wren bedroom end fwwA Mtcly'it/ Au (:"-.//1.lp"* rountrr, nerving have at least bers evaluated participation in nfrc.. In the tttintilry/ sad/ nf she gurogr, .cnlmlly In r a,lid oil/ ,ilunl/.null/ luau kealv tintun
and special features of the "", ill arm uf the k/ u\i". Plait/ Ill J6BR tea dmtgneil by Ian Hi 'inr, 1000 ;_>ns'r, ,\,,nkSt. .
one paii, j Swamp Buggy Parade. A discussion P..hlyf 10, Fit. ll rnitlntiM. 7Mi "'/u,,,' fens and n'6 hi ;0 ,....,.
of Cadettes appearanceand I

general uniform were major
concerns of this meeting. The man at Sweden's royal palace

troop also made plans to contact Princess Anne Among World'sMost retorted "They're both chll.
dren. It's all ridiculous"
the mothers of scouts to encourage very
attendance at the area- What was not ridiculous, how
wide Mothe rs Meeting scheduled .v.r. was the fact that blue

for November 16th at the Eligible Young WomenLONDON eyed rapidly Anne towards Is blossoming womanhoodthat so

Scout House.e marriage however cUlt
e e
(AP) Britain's holm newspaper Expressen: tant Is being mentioned for a
COUNCIL MEETING The blonde princess Anne Is well on said girl who only a few years ago
November meeting of the Gulf her way to becoming one of the 'ft would be Ideal to have a was lavishing her affection on
Coast Girl Scout Council will world's most eligible young queen like Anne at Carl Gus. dolls.
be held In Port Charlotte on women. tav's side The British mOo Vivacious, outspoken and,
November 12th from 10 '.m. True she will not be IS until starchy would receive a stimulus like her mother a keen horsewoman

I 795'0' to 12 noon. Mrs. E.W. Tlm- next Aug. 15, but already the should Princess Anne marry a Anne Is a boarding So nice to come horn tot! Bigelow't' patterned
berlake chairman of Neigh- matchmakers are dropping her klng4o.be." pupil at Benenden, a school for rug and carpet are bright and carefree a Joy pAOM
89.5BAXTER'S borhood 7. extending from eoI name and speculating on what Prince Carl Gustav, 18,Is heir girls In nearby County Kent to live with a pricelesi' Investment In beauty.

......... to lit* sins to Everglades City will the romantic future holds for to the Swedish throne. During her vacations she Come In and tee our marvelous collection of rich 745
I the onetime tomboy of Bucking "Everything is being done," spends most of her time riding and colorful florals, smart tweeds contemporaryabstracts
attend, ss will a slate of local ham Palace. said the Stockholm newspaper listening to records In which the and accented self' -tones. Every one will 'I, ydd,
SHOES delegates. However all adults Anne has plenty of corepetl. "to make Carl Gustav a close Beatles are high on ber list, give your home a wealth of warmth keep surface Inclwdlnl pad
'who are registered Scouts In lion for In pr.s.ntday Europe friend of the children of the fishing and sailing with her soil a secret and blend with any decor. These a IntIIIIOft
702 Fifth Ayes,., South this area may attend this meet- there Is a plethora of unmarried British queen." father. At school she lives In a Bigefows are patterned for living!
Naples, Florida Ing. princesses and they far outnura. The crown prince was sent to dormitory, makes her own bed ,..'II fine Iliiln asHeneS,..,.1111! "', 11' rut ,.'
.her the princes. England the summer before last and takes her turn at waiting on .TM.I SIS Ml |rile l minutiae. if ran tin root

While Queen Elizabeth 11'. and Anne's father, Prince Phil. tables _
only daughter la but fourth Inline lp took the young man sailing
HELLO DOLLY! of succession to the throne with Anne and Charles. Last BIGELOW RUGS & CARPETS ,-
coming behind her brothers, summer the Swedish crown
In Britain with a who know buy Bigelow"Sawyers
...,. the Princes Charles, Andrew prince was again "People _
." and Edward-Europe: ba*UrN consorting with Anne 'and her I'jfe' *""'*' H
;::,. :' crown princesses bf-marriage. brother, FrlncavCUrles.: low cost Carpet & "Tile

able age and dozens of just.plain Asked about this name-linking Blvd
princesses.The of Crown Prince Carl Gustav WANT AD 1949 Davis

Buenos Dias, Dolores! Bonjour, Rebel! crown princesses are: and Princess Anne, a spokes. East Naples MI 2.2583
Beatrix 29, of the Netherlands:

'1 Baton Giorno Delia! Guten Tag Greta! Margrethe, 24, of Denmark and -
Irene, 22, Greece..
Princess Irene's chances of
gaining the throne may be ale
moat as remote as Anne's. Her
Com Out Of The Berlitz School, Girls, Grab Your Husbands And Have A brother King Constantine, In
look At The Fine Offered September took as his bride and
Properties By AD MILLER ASSOCIATES. No Matter .
queen, 18 year-old Anne-Mule
What Language You Speak, You'll Find Them Tops In Naples And Collier of Denmark youngest daughter

County Real Estate., of King Fredorlk IX. Children
born to them will come before
Irene In the royal succession
It was at the marriage of r

ITS NOT TilE STAR OF INDIA but Constantlne and the Danish
HEARD THE CALL OF THE WILDTThere's princess that the would-be-
It Is a jewel of an apartment tke no better place lo get sway from matchmakers went to work on ........ ..... ,.. _tIIIL
one for sale at the Keno Kal en Cray ton r--
It all and make a little money what Anne of Great Britain who wasa
Rosd The furnishings are decorator : .-1-- .J.l1" TIL .
do we mean, s little than the Sun- bridesmaid at the Athens : "! .
Items, coating approximately $10,000, _
eel Lodge In Everglades City, western wedding
lid many of them can't be duplicated' water While a great concentration of
gateway to the Everglades Na.
Containing two bedroom end twe bone Perk The Lodge, comprisingeight kings, queens, princes and prliucesaes R
was taking place: at the
baths, the apartment Is located en the
buildings, Includes three cottages, Greek capital the big Stock.
second floor south and affords .
an enchanting
two of which
are Iwe( story, with two
view of the Gulf ItJJs -- '
bedrooms and sitting room The -'
centrally heated lid air conditioned main building has two rooms upstalra :

Except for a few of the owner's per* two kitchens, dining room, lounge and VOL'KPHARMACIST ; 7 IL--- I

weal Items, everything Is lacluded\l\'I. card room and cypress paneled manager's 77".J
the realistic "- -
purchase price
r -- --
bedroom downstairs. Three piers SPEAKS 4 .. ..
ATTRACTIVE TIIREE BEDROOM fur. and\ cocktail lounge on water no liquor _-'

nlshed home on First Avenue North, can but beer and wine are among
be bought lock, stock lad barrel for the other facilities Four boats and ". BY *

I1S.SOO The kouae also contains a motors are Included Priced at GENE I IJ

alsable living room, dining room, electric 179.000. Including a mortgage of $11,800 e. I 01cLAIN
kitchen and two tile baths at > per cent I, payable at $1,000 a year ;
S.. for complete ,
There Is a reverse cycle keatlng and air u. Inventory
conditioning unit In the dining room aerial photos and color brochure. ,

Tke grounds, dotted with beautiful i

fruit bearing trees, are kept I In prime WIIAT'8 NEW IN BROOKSIDE PHARMACIST Hundreds auks e/smKtaj bays and. iMtt(*fi si your

shape by a well and sprinkler system. Well have .hat'. new in Brookelde ... prowls aadurste-a Ira psradiss (or smsO-kost.....)
It's a three bedroom, two bath Har The story of aureomy.
UNUSUALLY PLEASING HOME less bor Lane house In Immaculate .condition tin's discovery Is one cal.: n .. spacious-.-.. la dmctly. the Mist.My .
than two blocks from the beech on Third and It can be bought for only 52.210 culated: to warm the hearts SM-slM SIM.) ........ by any ublitM.RsyslHsrborsivMhinNspsMCitynwta .
Avenue, South Completely furnished cash above a mortgage of approximately of those who feel that age
II kit tkree bedrooms, two tile baths, 114.50 Located en a seawalledcsnal. has little to offer. Dr. / ,

living room with wood burning fireplace \, this year old residence of brick Benjamin Duggsr, forced /.st a BiisutM from esiilsf ot-lu.e shn..ptngfsr
electrically equipped Into retirement from
dining room Ms
veneer and wood further centalne a farP'ted -
kitchen and Florida room There I Is college: teaching at 71, dls. .r.yk4. ,..rcr-r. Royal HarlIor will build IncIoIIc

ample atora,. space $10.000, and electric living kitchen room, plus several dining special room features and of covered: the broad this-spectrum drug, the enM.first duct n.II cIIute-Or..I yea ....*., tnhMtt

ewner will\ rent for winter season at that make It an unseal buy. blotlcs to be extensively the SSSM UHWS4 towed the Beer mties of e dip.HasMsrtsi .
1500 per moots. marketed. 6 big reasons why
Three sn snmd fraw M. 00 .. ?..,DOe -
years of palnstak. ,
log search finally produced ads mss to alt year .Mivdusl. MU sad MsdsfTka

SEE US ABOUT SEASONAL WHILE THE a golden mold In a culture so people
,, .t ,. dish seeded with mud- gt amm ssyfroM lorstm effm jmi an.pfnrtim )r be
specifically Missouri I a mooed. si..nls..t tadsy that ell be vonk t*man tame....
t SELECTION IS STILL CHOICE AND VARIED mud and a new effective
disease killer was born are buying Drfce eat end *. RoyW "-"t-.... UI. 41 sad.

I Missouri earth has no ties math" is S.odppw Ss..t Tuis.se bM-YYe

lone claim oa medical tm. CU Alu r Mv..G** MrBn* BM(* t at

; t'/d TH1e'L4Ie4T4//44 d4te4 mortality, however for M Midway I..-..-.year fcMms ..... bun Bnksr.
; was a pinch of hdlana soil

which produced terram,.

/ TION SHOP, however can
and does claim personalia

i[ 305 5th Ave.:'South -Midway 2-2124 I ed Attention service: to to your the customer.: medical
i needs PRESCRIPTION business U our most at' NAPLES import.ant SHOPS. oa moorWH

"NAPLES SELLS ITSELF LET AD 773 4th Are. North. Try av xufn eAr
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*************** ** ** "' ''" "'\' COUII COUNTY NIWS, NM, fII." fir, Nsnlbs I. I I'M O'
Port Wine Nowadays Is

100 Years Ago
i Valley ,......grow' to* .DTMdy. U roughly one
women are store MM! MOT r 11M by' v....
k Untouched By Human Foot lYtdonce ae grips.plcbSS When the terasntatlon andMeedUic
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA ; throughout the ..,.... are oosapM, the wine
OPORTO Portugal (AP) -dump foam dove ehWee lowing After almost two ceaturiM of to ahlppod to Oporto fOr storage
Bf Florid. Libr.ry Hi.ioilc.l Co..ion Anybody w&o has ever MM atra. to whlrrlnc BMdkMlMd cNlb..r. tradition, protTMs II n_ JNt lay law all wine Met rest tor
Civil W.r Centennitl Conniiiecr ....... about Portugal moat .. across the Meep slopes of MM several years, ttalike sherry
know how PJ workers tread Empty and mewed are moot Douro Valley widely availableeieetrteity which to matured uader the sun,
** * ** * ** wln out of rapM.. But moat of of tit* large Dawn gristle MM now odes vtntooreHie port wine ft ts an deep inside
the port win that l..... Portu. where .. marched over opportunity of nMchMlsSKrapidly dark, musty warehouses. Alter
November J -According to general order iaNed gal nowadaya U never touched the gripes to the hint of acoordlooDHMte. a tone tHtftotorbed sleep, du.
today The on UDchaaced process Cereal strains are blended ID
by Moran foot. .
Brigadier General Hatch
U.S. Volunteers, ii relieved. Only a few yearn ago UM Port "One'' of the IWMMM we had to and heart of the wlne'e character achieve wtnee of varying color!
from commaDd of the Diatrict of Florida, Mid BripditrGen..1 Wine loatttuU WM prowMy ti.plajBtnfi abandon loot eruatiinc via e.l. la the letharflc: a.h..e aDd and ......
E. P. Sonunoo will replace him. r'iJ '.".* treading of ration," SIPS RobiB Bold, headof nettculoue wending of different A food port wine ta usually
According to a letter written from Florida today, free : t r grapes by human labor .baa a major British port wine types. kept to storage eight rears.
Negroes are being MM to Camp Lay near Madison where '".I\\\ -. l '""_ been utilised for canturtM, and firm The crashed rapes are fun Some merchants reverentlystock )

they are being clothed, given a physical eiamiaatioa and STAR STYLES-A contrast in chic hairdos was apparent nothing has been found to equal Mall y Portucuese men have noted Into (tent vats, WheN a few bottles of centurlee.
? for within a matter of hours tormentation old neetar.! A bottle of 1790 port
then sent out on work detaiU. Free Negro laborers tt. left the country higher
left and
are Streisand got
when start Barbra Audrey Hepburn
InductrtaUced nations takes place At a ean be had fIN fiS or $40.
Those the In
were days when wages
being conscripted in other places in Florida. together. They met after performance of Barbra "Funny
certain Is added toMe
tilting containers borne on ox 01Irope.\ One of the areas stag brandy
November < -Boats from the Aida Girl" when Audrey was In New York City for the premiereof
U.S.S. today carts unloaded Into the hardest hit U the oountr,'. bubbling broth, to check
the her film version of "My Fair Lad,. Enr,... Read The NEWSthefliafi
Confederate schooner
captured BtJftr at it wu attempting rushlnj tuba Today truce north, where the plump Douro fermentation port wlne'a eon.
to run the blockade out of St. George Sound.
The Adele, was lying in anchor at Middle Pass, St. George'i
Sound, when a strange ml was reported from the mast
head. The Confederate vessel attempted to run agroundbut
wu prevented from doing so. She was enroutt from St.

Marks to Havana, carrying a cargo of cotton, twenty-five
bales of which were captured. Nine bales were thrown
overboard, but five of these and a quantity of loose cotton
have been picked up.
President Lincoln, in a communication today to Secretary
of War Seward, reports that "Richmond papers aay
Yankees landed at Escambia Bay, below Milton (not far

from Mobile), captured fifty men, and destroyed all camp

equipage, wagons, taltworks, etc., and everything in and
about Hilton. Either the Richmond papers or Lincolnare

in error. The U.S. Naval expedition of October MS,
landed below Hilton near Pensacola.

November 7 Federal Rear Admiral J. A. Dahlgren,

commanding the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, in
a communication today to Lieutenant Commander James
Stillwell U.S.S. Otttwt, on duty in the St. Johns River, behindhmiracle
notes that General Foster gave orders for the evacuation
of Magnolia several days ago. According to Admiral Dahl.

pen, "the operation in the St. John's was purely military,
and had no naval object beyond assisting the troop You
will therefore continue to render the General such aid u

you can in maintaining his positioni and hit communica-

lions, which I presume, will not place the vessels in advance
of military position) that if the question arises, refer
to m.



_____ by Skip Miller _____


According to Filbert HuLbard, an editor'IJob It to separatethe
wheat from the chaff When done, that'.
precisely what every movie-maker must do before presenting

ni lt film to an audience.

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Rate the blanks, whack out obvious to they will tell a alary Instead ofmerely r
undrr bring happrntlanc snapshots -
orerexpo urea and 'poIurN.
do away with jily-wlggly part To do this, gel a ruled notebook
and seedless scrim. and put the original: cnenumbrr iu i e
There. Now we're dowi to the al 1 the left, followed by avery 4 M
meat of our mask brief identification' of he sane if
For rumple, opposite *J would .be #
Tod.y we UM a "rl-(.dh iv* de "
vice called Quik Splice, a sort of "Johnny pony ,.r. Thai' bad 5 1t
first cousin to Scotch Tape but English but good Identification..
with pre.punched sprocket hole t
No scraping. No loss o( Crime, even j Now cornea the artistry. We mutt
If we make a mUlak No IOM of tell a Mory. It mutt live a beginning .L r
tempera. la a jiffy, It'. done. a middle and an end. And
"Ah, yet," you say, but howTOU do it. miul. be of interest eves to a t" $ .N 5M-m i 55Aavr
find the scene of Johnny climbIng -Mrangrf."Johnny
onto the pony to splice onto Conquers r.armllht
Tb involve the
be our title. alary
a acme of Johnny whimpering Into
day we went on a picnic. Inn look
the rut" ,
pon, +
Johnny for a posy ride. We helped
The it or not.coq ::
answer r.1ifI Johnny conquer hi* far of bring
be iound of Mom'i I way up there on lop of that till "r/, ,_ ti, .
empty etc cartons. Number the pony by having Johnny tell. the f
Smut compartmenta with a eorrae ip "Ina' pony '1'< ponding number" on the Inside of from frightening the pony, w* eked
toe egg carton lid. Johnny lo whuper the bMtradnn:
Now Ming your movie projector ;in the pon,'* eat t ,
or any good edilor-viewrr I (torn Since on of the key ocmr*
model alip onto the projector Itself (Johnny whispering Into UM pony**
), look at each mewls scene earl) .. toward the cliraas of the
: In review. Let's say the' Mory that .J teen may broom
: film on the roll I I. a Cane of scene .26 In oar bal t movie. Sera
Susie tn her t.io Tkat'a scene *1 could be a hot of Mom packing
SL Put thi *1 of the the plcnk boa. followed by other t
egg carton. Meat I* Dad washing erne* of the family leaving home
the car. *J U. Johnay riding hat then arriving *l the picnic area
pony. *4 show Susie eating ice Having decided which of theM
Cram *$ i It Johnny, whispering original sans shall be $1, $Jn
Into the. pooy' ear. Then come a thai of Mom getting the picnic number to each sane oa the right I
bket out W the car Mt of the notrbwk sheet. The
There, we have ail scene, IB i Ie ib< rdrr .U which tile ocrar wilt
oacamloa, be reassembled into the find. Mi Ie.


The man t behind the miracle it one of over ,3JSOO, a dynamite-rig operator helping dredge canals. at turned a wilderness Into a modern thriving city at

LOvfc'oSTHome "men behind miracles" at Gulf American Land (K>lden Gate Estates. He's pail of one of Florida's Cape: Cnral, on Iloridas Gulf Coast, IS road miles

Cmpurat Cln. developer of Cape Coral and Golden most impressive Ktcceu stories, an employee of a southwest of Ft. My tn. They are transforming' raw.

II Gate Estates. home-frown Florida corporation that has proven, virgin acreage into land tunable for subdividing; at
Improvement Golden Gate Estates I M rout miles from Naples.
He's a ri'ttnworking on the new eleven story that modern-day miracles can be accomplished.The
Loan Gulf American Building in Miami Florida. lies man in this picture and the hundreds of They are members <>' a team v.hkh is literally

Workers" have building new worlds f Illr *r//rr lomonoUl.GULF .
an engineer building city streets at Gape Coral He's other Gulf American

J ..... C-M-te-K Mro Oor I

;,f ><' Blcay Boulevard at, 79th Street Uianti, Florida Phone 756-2121
for yon wary b."kli, ,g need 00 RMT H _: :


of Naples 0t Htvr-j of

'odors{ Deposit taewreaee c.e
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While life her may be un.eomlortaNe .

Regains The Healthy Look Life Behind 'Cocoa Curtain'Becoming Is becoming tor teereastegly Westerners harsh, It

-a for OhaM's,/ seven mUllon pea

I County Realty Bounces Back $590,722 More Difficult teen eInformed two and aourees three report thousand be.

persons are held under the preventive .
ACCRA OhM (AP) Lite January. Pre Id8at )lllrIIIII...'. detention act.
County real estate transactions bert R. and Ethel G. Wheeler N.TW Tract 127 Unit 48, Golden Skokie, UU, parcel In See 19, behind the "coco curttln" U goveriuaent U trytaf to tap The Ideological Institute at
processed during the first Naples Lot 5, Blk R, Lake Gate Estates $8,100. Twp 51, Rae 84, $1.300t; Fls. becoming tncr Mtn.ly difficult fresh revenue and calculate Just Wlaneba Is charged with
week of November totaled$ 90. Park, $13.SOO[ Robert R. Bebb Milton C. Johnson to Alex Sunshine Acreage, Inc.. to as government control tightenand bow ruffed to make an eKpect spreading the precepts of
tB, more dun doubling the to Thomas J. and Catherine .ander L, and Marjorie N.T...- Thomas E. and Martha Msurer. the economy falters ed aut.rIt11)I'OIfam.) "Nkrumabism" More than half
$834.900 which was processed Hoover Pittsburgh Pa. Lot tano. Goodland Lot 6, Blk 1, Skokie nu, parcel In Sec 19, a AU university students moat The bitterest antUAmwlcan of Its staff Is from Communist
the last week of October. 13. Blk C and Lot 11, Blk G. Goodland Heights Subd., ISO, Twp 61, Rae 34, n,300j The new Ghanaian amb ssador and campaign to date has been bloc countries
The top deal of the period Unit 1. The Moorings, ",800j; 000| Sam L. Ellis to AlbenJ. Webb Propertlu.Ine.. to Sam- many senior civil servants must launched. Ghana becam Independent of
was' by Francis H. Gtdtoy, et A.W. Bums, Jr. to Russell and Hilda F. Tate, Naples uel 8, and Helen L. Jervis, undergo Indoctrination at the Nkrumah has found a new Britain In 1967 with more na.
al. to William O. and Lois M. and Bonnie F. Sketam Na Lot 188, Unit 2, Isles of Capri High View, N.Y.. parcel Sec Kwame Ntruraah Ideological description of America to re bona promise than most other
place "neocoloniaUet The African countries Its seven
V. Kennedy Goodland. The ;plea Part Lot 5. Blk S. Unit $3SOOt Floyd M. Oswald 15. Twp 52, 32 Institute
Rae $1,500. Ghana land border remain United State now Is "fascist million people had the highest
110.000 deal was for a par 2, The Moorings $38.000jHonrtll to Russell and Mildred W. Arizona
Fit. Land and Title closed and there U much mu. Imperialist" In Ms terminology literacy rate about W per
cel lying north of Block 3 and Homes, Inc., to Richard Rich, Miami. Lot 36, Unit 2, Co., toJohn P.and Msry Durala, r tual suspicion between Accra Ghana's proudest public cent In black Africa 'a well
4 parcel In Government Lot 14, C. and Dorothee D. Grant Lake Kelley $1,500| Ray S. et al. Byram. Com., parcel In and the capital of Taro, Upper works project, the Volta River developed civil service ,and a7WWnUlion
Section 18, Township 42. Range Naplel.part Lots 9 and 10, Blk Odhner to Virgil and Hester Sec 21, Twp 52, Rge 33. $1, Volta and the Ivory Coast Dam and its affiliated alumina $ nest egg left by the
27, Goodland Heights Sub M. Unit 2, The Moorings $31, Marcum. Naples Lots 6 and 300j Arizona Fls. Land and The announcement of next smelter Is being financed largely British
division. SODa Moorings Dev. Co of Canada 7 Blk scheduled In by more than $150 million Basic commodities are In
6, Naples Better Homes Title Co. to M J. Riser et ux, kti year's budget,
Other sales of l,000orover Ltd., to Elizabeth A.Mac- 1st Addn.. $6.000| WU'lAm J. Union. NJ., parcel In Sec 21, [ October, wu postponed until underwritten by the U8. short supply.
with values taken from tax Lean Coatesvllle Pa., Lot 19, Clegg to Carl N. and Jane L. Twp 52, Rge 33$1,3OOaCo1l1er Tp < ,
stamps on recorded deeds In* Blk 14, Unit S, The Moorings Anderson. Naples Lot 833 Unit Acres, Inc. toGoln E.Hasldns, ,enY
eluded the following $13.800| ThoriJM J. Hoover to 2, Palm River Estates $3,000. Jr. York Pa., parcel In Sec ,....yi'
Mary Fortuna Exec., to RalpfflP. and Edith A. Wood 25, Twp 52, Rge 33, $1.300| COUCH CHAIRFOOTSTOOL
Richard E. and Jacquelyn C. ward;Detrolt, Mich.. Lot 12, COUNTY Tropical Fla. Acres Inc., to t ,C, -, ,
Hodges Naples. Lots 10 11 Hilt C, Unit 1, Brookslde. $12. Carl J. Weir to James 0, Rose Marie Baldo Melrose
and 12, Blk 11, Tier 3. Naples 600)) Alfred A. Actlsdano to and Jenevar Wright Immokalee Park Ill., parcel In Sec 10, RED BEAUTSoviet film
$25,000j:$ Hawthorne- First Fla. Real Estate Mart parcel In Sec 36, Twp 46, Twp 52. Rge 34, $2.300j Gold actress Natalya Fatejeva
Stone and Lot 7 Blk D 28, $2.000j Robert Ellison ; says she is not Interested ina
Corp., to Henry A. Inc., Naples Rge ; en Age Investment Co., to R.D
Clara W. Probst,Mt.Prospect: Unit 2. Brookside, 10400. to John W. Campbell Goulds, and Patricia A. Repass Fair- Hollywood career becauseshe Italian
111.. pan lots 19. 20, 21, and First Fla. Real Estate Man Fla., parcel In Sec 8,Twp 46, lawn NJW parcel In Sec 17, in the can Soviet make Union.more The money 26- Frame
22. Blk 9, Tier 7. Naples. $4. Inc., to Donald L and Betty Rge 29, $10.000 Phillip B. Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,500)()| The year-old beauty was in Lon. $99 .0 0 aU 3 pieces
000; ArdmrC.SerfltngtoMidrlgan E. Green Naples. Lot 1. Blk Smith to Nicholas and Fran- Walnut
Coast Const Co., Inc., don promoting a Soviet film
( $199))
Const. Co. Inc., Naples, D, Unit 2, Brookslde $12.500| colse L. Walton. Cherry Hill, to Sam and Adeline Alberto week. Rer. price
Lot 4. Blk 8, Unit 4, Aqualane Florence T. Davis to O.W. and N J., parcel In See 1,Twp 49, Norrldge, 111. parcel In Sec 1 COME IV. SELECT THE FRAME YOU: MKE SELECT THE FABRI. WE COVER
Shores $5,400j Robert 1... Walker Hilda Y. Hancock, Immokalee. Rge 25, $4,687| Nathan E. Baron 2, Twp 53. Rge 32, l,900j; IT IN THE FABRIC YOU CHOOSE. GENUINE POL1FOAM CUSHIONS
to Walter L. and DoloresE. Lots 1 and 2. Blk 1, Burdale to Kenneth G. Huggett, Detroit The South Coast Const. Co., MORE THAN MM. 00
Keller Naples Lot 20, Unit $3,000| Joe Townsend to JohnA Mich., parcel In Sec 24. Inc., toEmest and LauroCairo FLORIDA: TOIRISTS Wilt' $129.95 $179.00
7. AqualaneShorel.TOOOsLee and Charlotte J. Smith Na- Twp 49, Rge 26, $2,975; W,$. Dellwood, Ill., parcel In Sec RETURN FOR ANOT"'El151T I .
l Kennedy to Roy E. and Cleo pies Lot 4 and 6,Craig Subd., Daniel Holding Co., Inc., to 5, Twp 63, Rge 32, l,000j 2 couches (perfect for extra Living room beauty Bed.
; comfort fount rubber
H. Ingram, Lots 1 and 2, BIN $!,500| FJ3. Hlney to HarryC Ole and Louise Fulsaas et al, Paollta Acres Inc., to EdmundC. Bleeping space If needed) in room mat.
1, Unit 2, Coquina Sands. $38. Delany Pompano Beach, Crete, 111., parcel In Sec 33, and Ernestine C. Poulton beige nauirihyde, with hand. tress folds Into lola with foam I
000; Glenn B. Semen to W, Lots 1 and 2, Blk 38, Ever- Twp 49, Rge 27, $1.100! Isabelle Akron Ohio parcel In Sec 26 FT1'I11 om. square table all 3 lubber cushions (Reg price
Lewis and W. McGee Central and pieces $ (Or select' your $25000 Our price, $17900,
Eugenia L. Simpson glades. $5. OOa| Gulf American to Twp 53, Rge 34, $1,300. ;
Republic of Panama pan Land Corp.. to Frank and Mary Southern Fla. Flood Control own fabric I
Lots 8. 9, and 10. Blk 0, Tier A. Taberner, Pon Charlotte, Dist., parcel In Sec 26. Twp Presidents Chester Arthur A'eau.oeh MARTINS
2,Gulf Heights. $7,500. E 1/2 Tract 80, Unit 44.Golden 49, Rge 34, $4,800| GabrielH. Grover Cleveland and Wood. ,
Gate Estates $2,860| et to row Wilson were the sons of
LAKE PARK American Land Corp.. to Jack and Margaret M. Derham, ministers. .....w.ea muunu veasw 491 5th Avenue South MI 2.7257
Philip N. Brownstein to Ro and Ketty Clalrs. Brooklyn Flushing N.Y.. parcel In Sec 1 0
1, Twp 60, Rge 26, 1800.
Zita Sodders to John W.
Gras N. Ft, Myers, parcelIn 0
Sec 31. Twp 60, Rge 32,
$2,000| William B. Stone et ro J "
al, to Hugh F. and Bertha J.
Bremerman Naples parcel In The eARIUAe-E eJ."UTh invites you

See 24, Twp 61, Rge 25, $6,
600)) Malaleuca Corp., to WU- .. .
.s'T.s'I liam B. and Edith W. Stone,
I Naples parcel In Sec 8, Twp .

61, Rge 26, $24,000j Jib Corp., j :eI ,.' .Ii
to Leonard C. Stilt et all W : 4.' .
Nichols Conn., parcels In Sec \Ii1! '1I\1\

15, Twp 81, Rge 26, $36,000j r "
Camella Corp., to Peter and
Ann Zornlk Naples, panelln
A 11 Sec 20, Twp 61, Rge 27. $22
OOOj Camella Corp, to Edward ... 0
1.. Connolly, Naples, parcel In
+ Sec 20, Twp 61. Rge 27. $22 N
000| Gabriel H. Luff, to James
Lundy Adams et al, Blackey,
Ky., parcel In See 1, Twp 61, .
Rge 31, $1,000.Hampton ., '*
Collier Acres Trust i \ '
sJ Corp., to William Thomas, Fro 'I
Lauderdale, parcel in Sec 2, ; ", .t
Twp 51, Rge 33lOOOjColller;
Acres, Inc., to George J. and \,.!"
Neva Kelly Springfield. Va. ,::$/

WHEN THE COOL WINDS begin to whip throughthe parcel In Sec 14, Twp 61, Rge ,ur ,5
northern states just About now Naples 33, $2.000 The Webb Properties ,,'II''i' \ 1I ti '.1
trots out the welcome mat This year It seems Inc., to Howard M. Gre- 4'i : ll]
our northern fi..tends arc coming down earlier than gory, San Francisco Calif.
ever. Shown are Mr. and' Mrs' William W. Lyonof parcel In Sec 18, Twp 51, Rge
Scarsdale, N. Y., sttolllni through Beach Club 34. $1,100s The Webb Properties -
Wounds Ue'sIre president of the Irving Trust Inc., to Leah W. McGee
Company, Wall Street, New York. Charlotte, NjCM parcel In Sec .
(McGrath photo) 18, Twp 61. Rge 34, $1.100| : -
Fla. Sunshine Acreage Inc., ":'':' ::;:: .: ", .,., ,. ",:, __ -. ._-, ... .. or -
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| EmU and Bertha Davidson '
1 OB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Ntpln' Fla. Sunday, Novtmbtr I, I 19 NI I to .... \oj

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r I: NEW WATERFRONT r- BALCONY- -=--- .; This is our point of view.


Stoner Subdivision with II -the open sea your neighbor.

RESIDENTIALWATERFRONT \\9..1' s 22!.2' FOYER The Imposing residence presented here is dedicatedto
provide the owners with a custom home high

''I,.. t' J above Naple. The diminishing commodity of private
I LOTS Il 0_ -1-- beach Is yours to enjoy alone

.1,; f A rapport between exterior setting and Interior design
I I, DINING I K' I 1 C H, is evidenced by the spacious bedrooms. living
10 8 a 8'.2
and dining each with an unobstructed
areas open
i w Believe It Or Not! I ,--J sea expoaure.From .

Priced as low as your waking hours through dining and enter."V .

'f "BATH g..glorious. everchanging aunseta.andi
a -----I I the moments of late evening This is your
DRESS. .1 Kingdom)

p., R M. pATH You are master of all you survey !from on high-

> These are terrific lots All located BEDROOM la.O.I.4.4. at the Carriage Club.
I 1
l on a wide, deep-channel canal with You'll see a different view of Naples inn
V BED. ROOM of view from the fifth floor of the Carr b.
i I. access to Naples Bay and the Gulf I nCLOS I ]'- ] a 9'-10' an excellent residential investment

I Lot sizes from ;M\140') to 90'
: range I .

& x140'. Close to everything. Boat

I Launching ramp too!


I Ii :; REALTORand 'r.-fr';

I is JOHN WOOD associates -

{ Chuck Grimm Neil l White t John Vaughn 'GLUE)

Fifth Ave. So. Ph. MI 2-535 .
I 2011 Cull Store" M.IW Ml 2.T2II11II
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