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 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LONDON (AP) British Whs do you want SantaClausto
aviation authorities nay Red bring for Christmas?
China is looking Into tM por '
chase of long-range British jet 'T,
Cars On Beach r
planes, presumably to stretchIts StripThe ,

even air to Cuba.service to Africa and h

Vlckers.Armstrong Ltd said 1 I
talks have been going on Inter -.JII! I II
mlttently with the Chinese for County Commission In The Commission acted by posting suitable signs which I

some time.Victors.Armstrong's session this morning agreed to promptly In offering coopers will Indicate violators will be .
four.Jet VC10 will carry 150 cooperative action to stop ve- tlon. County Engineer Harmon prosecuted.The .
passengers more than 4,000 hide traffic on the beach In Turner was authorized to Commission advised that
miles MRS.T. KELLY GANTT R.A. "GRITS" OR1FFIS the Vanderbilt area. work with Herren and other It will cooperate further by E re.'

A spokesman for Hawker. Norman Herren, represent property owners In erecting erecting barriers at boundary
Siddeley, makers of the Comet, Ing CoIlierCorporatlon. barriers of some nature. lines at other suitable locations
said It has been talking with the
Chinese for about 18 months Marco-Goodland Area peared before the Commission Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry was In the 166-acre public
The four.Jet Comet has a 3,250. and urged "any action" which authorized to join In the effort park which the Commission lsacquiring.
mile range. will stop vehicle traffic In the .

area, and prevent another accident Today's urgent action result
similar to the one which Gulf AmericanTo ed from the accident Sunday
CANBERRA Australia (AP) Also Aids United FundThe took two lives Sunday. which took the lives of two

Prime Minister Sir Robert Herren suggested that the WorkThe elderly people shelling on the I
Manatee today announced a State Highway Department be Speed
beach. A car driven by Mrs
major buildup In Australiandtiten..s board of directors of Marco ioodland has always
asked In
to erect-
cooperate Helen Aldscosta Scott struck
over the next three the Greater Naples United Fund been Interested and played apart Irk barricades at the terminalof Commission at this mornInr' the

years to meet any threat from announced today the participation In the Naples program, the highway leading to the meeting beard the monthly killed couple. T.1 and lIunterwas his wife
Indonesia of Marco- Menzles told the House of beach. He suggested pro died a few hours later In the
local 1964 United Fund Cam- closer relationship and degree Gate Estates and learned Gulf
Representatives selective na. paign and the appointment of of responsibility In the petty owners erect concrete American Land Corp. plans to Naples Community Hospital. ADeslgns

tional service would be Intro R.A. "Grits" Griffis as cam- proposed[ county-wide expansion posts at property boundary double the amount of machinerynow "Two weeks vacation In avery
dured, comprehensive additions chairman for that area. of the United Fund effort. lines The Collier Corporationowners being used to speed development quiet, secluded spot."
would be made of the
to the weapons,, property at southof .
equipment and facilities of the He will have Mrs T. Kelly Her funher pointed out that the area, will act Immediately Tom Weber, engineer for Mrs. ScottCharged !
armed services, and the defenses Gantt as co-chairman for Mar- while some of the agencies on the proposal to set con QALC, said the firm had author.
of Australian New Cul. co and will later announce a supported by the United Fund Crete posts or other barriers.It laid him to put another $1 mil
nea and will be for Goodland. might not have a direct application -
Papua strength co-chairman was also suggested that lion worth d new equipment to
ened. to the Marco ioodl.nd various signs be posted Indlca work on the large project, which WithManslaughter
Australia governs the eastern area, that such agencies as will enable development of about
that vehicle traffic Is -
half of New Guinea. Indonesia Griffis has long been a civic Red Cross, Naples Hospital and ting prohibited 800 acres per month in contrast
holds the western bait leader In his part of the county the Salvation Army "deserveall and that violators will to the I00.acre development schedule .
be prosecuted.It .
having served as county the help they can get" from now In progress.Equipment .
commissioner. He Is presently his Island area. was reported that area residents In the form of drag
TOKYO (AP) Hanoi radio
said today that the chief of the owner and operator of the had renewed a previousraciest lines, bulldozers, graders, drill ?r rhOIS
made of the County and similar machines valued
blander Marco
Laotian Communists Prince Apartments
Commission to prohibit vehicle at $1,200,000 Is now at work on Mrs. Helen Aldacosts Scott
Souphanouvong has sent an Island
The Marco-Coodland! cam- traffic. This request was stud the project. This will be doubled was charged with manslaught
to PremierSouvanna
urgent message Gantt better known
Phouma calling on Mrs on paign will coincide with the ied by the Commission at a and on the Job by February or s er In a two count Information
him to halt what be called Marco Island as Jonnie, has Naples campaign starting November meeting! last month, and It was short time later,W.ber.ld.Tht this afternoon In connection with
"frantic armed attacks" against served In various capacities In 16th. Griffis asked pointed out there was a ques weekly payroll, presently at$10,. the death of Mr. and Mrs. T J.
the Heart Cancer and v
T.B. for volunteers In Marco and of Hunter of New Rochelle. N.YM
areas controlled by Souphanou. Associations She andherhus- tlon shore line Jurisdiction. (Coatlnutd on page 10)
vong's Pathet Lao forces. Goodland to help with this work Sunday at VanderbUt Peach.
The Red prince charged thata band, Kelly, are proprietors of saying their services will be In one ,trust. Mrs Soon Is t
"latge-scale attack-by-"the the Kelly Gann fishing resort.in "greatly welcomed." Interested charged with being Intoxicated

United States and Its henchmenIs with upon this collaboration persons should get In touch Cuban Exiles RaisingAntiCastro at tan time of the accident and
rendering the Laotian sltua. Naples campaign -
with either Grlffu or Mrs In the second count she U .
tion extremely dangerous" Criffts said that while with
G ann. charged culpable negll

genl:'. Each count would car-
"" Id1tJ1IIl amts.vp'T War Chest ry a possible 20 year sentence' rinman Funeral I Hume
In the event Mrs. Scott U found

MIAMI (CAP) An exile com. close the amount already col.lecied. guilty. '-IrIfA r13. already brought
Mr, and Mrs. Hunter kitchen I'm
m It lee of Cuban millionaires, were raw a stoves now
headed by rum distiller Jose Bosch, chairman of the board killed about noon Sunday.they concentrating on II diamond

t Bosch reported progress todayin of Bacardi Corp., said he is do. strolled on the sand at Vender ring.
J raising a war chest to topple, filing flO I to$1S thousand month. bUt Peach.! They were hit
the Cuban dictator ly He said an exile referendum from behind by a car driven

r At the same lime, the Cuban at which the five-member. REel: by Mrs Scott, 63, of Naples,
Representation In Exile (RECE:), was approved' colt him more before a dozen horrified spectators -
whose birth was financed by than 150000. .

Bosch, reported a worldwide RCCE.whlle Insisting It Is nota Witnesses said the couple,
Cuban exile military census con. government la exile, Is msk. In their mld-60's and winter
Uniting Into its fourth month. Ing a bid to represent and co.
residents the Beach became
"tt will take time, but I am ordinate widely divergent. exile on ,
optimistic," said Bosch chaIr. groups in antl auro action. aware of the approaching car
man of RE<'E's finance commit. "Wi maintain excellent rela. when It was only a few feet

M tee, 'omprtsing 14 wealthy or lions with the U .. government," see,, Hunter was hit by the
i formerly wealthy Cubans, of the said Jorge Mae, REel member left front fender of the car,
money drive He declined: to dla. in charge of public relations.The his body thrown over the hood,

military census will con. then banged Into the windshield h.lw,
linue "until we start enlistment," and finally tossed about 30 feet

Collier Park lass said. He said he did not to one stile and Into he water,
know when that will be, but
He was killed Instantly, suffering -
probably in 1165 "kmes5,000
Council RenamedThe forms have teen mailed toesiles multiple fractures, Includ-
to catalog military capabilities, log s skull fracture.
Mrs, Hunter died about three ,
Board I of Parks and Historic he said
Memoruts. State of florIda Military commander of RECE hours later In the Naples Com- It

at U* anal meeting In Oc. Is Capt Erntlclo Olin, one) of munlty Hospital from Injuries ,1'if.
tober .appointed the following some ISO Bay of Pigs Invasion received. 'f'

A RIBBON r''I TTIN& f EMM.1NY was hC'rf! < it Sca Gate Elementary Advisory Council for Collier
Shoot Sunda: after'inuti to mark the! of fu'i, i p,'mnjt or l ,filter. faun. Seminole /State Park, It has been Army camp. until recently.Abuul I was driving about 36 miles Mitt. 01"AI t STOUTER
t\ s niwttt 'hunt The "'eremony( marked alst, tho) beginning of Ameru announced by Director M. IV Ull.ler. 4,500 other Cubans also re. per hour Spectatoutltlmare4 Teacher i ukePtrk

can Education \\','>'k in the county. The teachers at Sea Gate are celved such training the speed of the car si U to ..
The five Collier Gowrtlana Ollva, one uf three top Bay of Vhai ip i want for Christ*
grouped in background, and those thin side of the ribbon are ; U Walk. Pigs military < hilts, said thesemen 60 miles per hour Investigation "
named art Kf >r"ito mss good MI of Chin*.
Val*ra Barker, county supervisor of elementary education ; E George er, ehalrman, M* ce Ellis, Nor. and others with military ... revealed there were no
Rogers, board member; Kmolee: Barrett newly rlertPd board member; man A. Herrer, David C..I
Mr*. Grace BaUom. school' principal\ ; Tommy Barrttt, cushion boar TVV. Jr., and Ml gel i MM... nucleus. of a large antKTaMro Impact and that the car traveled

I). Reynolds: county superintendent; J. I) R<"in jtasutnnt B:ipenn The) w:t I ;e until October: being planned. some 90 feet before, coming
tendent; and Billy Craujford.' school psycholog, SKEWS photo) II, INS. "Every sincere asp .Csetro te s stop,
movement In exile WiU be In. Mr and Mrs, Don Bynum
I' ..,.,.. wiled to cooperate la the effort," were' passengers" In the death
Mas said car. Officer quoted
Brown Thinks Established a. I 11 I r I s I e.U.rrrAIp' i
SS saying the trio had drunk
generally agreed keep
some beer and wire.AUFOPSXE3 .
an Wes mind on the RECE pro.
GOP Chairmen poaal Meanwhile. they" eontlau.ed .
with plans of their own MADE
4 RICE members besides Cues Sheriff E.A. "Dow" Mm-
Should Meet and Mae are Ernerto frtyre, la dry and deputies Aubrey Ro
charge df foreign" relation*) Ae. girl, Oliver WheamerhoU and rr

TAMPA (AP) The 50 state nib Fernandez DIM, liaison, Hooker Drown along with State
Republican chairmen throughoutthe r and Vteente: RuMers, labor t.. Trooper Ed Crawford conducted -

nation should meet to plan V Uiion, the Investigation The bodies
tor the future policies of the Ke.
of the couple were sent te MIami
publican Party, Florida chair for autopsies II the order
men Tom Brown
said. Tomorrow Is
of Coroner O.W, Hancock.
Brown said that !the chairmen There U no roadway on the

were well gudifettoedertak. Veterans Day beach In the Vanderbilt teach
the task because they were the I IJ1ATRnT ;
ana, cars are driven fre>
lives.party's duly elected represent tit J LJL.li PO Will Close taiently along the "hard" sands RJCHAKI A. ''IT'TMAHI
In that area. Residents .
recently I II'/IUI/ ) t JM:alHonwi
"Some of the party's spoke petitioned he County Cootmission -
nea are splantr their wheels Ar Tomorrow is Veterans' Day .
to prohibit cars being wish lid aras might
when they issued puNk state. The post office NMCCcoun- turn
menu about their personal viewsOB I ters will be closed all day, driven on the beach. There ls, it>e c ocfc tack "the time when
DIe direction the party should but the box lobby will I be open )however, s IJIt It lea of juris* it war the fashion to have s

tau ta the future and who mall will be Unrttwed to box diction la shore areas betweenlow family fathering foriurkey dinner

should lead the party" Browe.saw. et, and special deliveries win and high tide narks and to five a necktie; and
.be handed as asuai.but regular Hunter U said to have" been a pair of sock for presents4tJ.MM'

I* I telegram to Ray lisle route deliveries will be omit S prominent attorney at New
rhajrman of the COP RodMtte.. Beth be and his wife
C&urmee'a Conference, 8""",. ted. were members of the Roman
offices will be closed
said that tile conference should '.F s ; "'t Counry Catholic Church In that RENEWIOURDRIVER'S
a : : alded tl. :rw al. airy
M *Jle i to dlarass tie outcome day, but City departments
of toe :7 1. ;: .: zees r' 'litg will be He was a veteran of World War 11CENE 11lDJRNO
last ram
paipi and to make presMentUI plans to our t .. r .. ti : c.h.t -" II" open.tlttindcna/ sod stores 0. ( / YOUR s

tile arty:;. ::1n III '.,l 0* will be open as must (C-tleN4 N page II) SIRiN NDNIN ,

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C 2 COUIIR COUNTY NEWS N.pl., FU.. Tune'iy. New..at' ,.. ,IH4 Part Of A Series

Yellow Elders Bring Autumn WarmthBy City


Introducing Need Behind
Paul RutterHonlola1tural Staff The

Cypress Gardens, FloridaA ,

Your Deputies particularly striking plant long Municipal Court see Our United Fund

tt this time of year in the Florida Stan is promised next Monday,

seas garden U the Yellow Elder 4 as 12 defendants who entered
How much do you know about the activities of the va.
(Stenoloblum' Stans). This native not guilty pleas yesterday, will
rites agencies associated with the Greater Naples United
tat.fi of the Sunshine Stare isoovered have their cases come up for Fund, which opens its drive In mid-November This is

with bright yellow c iHi- rrUl. one of a series of articles dealing with these agencies

ten of fragrant, be1Jh81..d| The balance of the 31 cases which serve Naples and Collier County. The articles

sit' flowers from early Octohe 1 Involved guilty pleas or fork are provided by the United Fund organisation
until the first heavy f frost of f Yl''
11I\' tures. Robert McNlsh ''f.McDonald

tltah l the winter season A good J six t 1a r Quarters,was sentencedto Mental Health AssociationThe

weeks of bloom can usually be 30 days In Jail for petty

ten expected) more if cold weather larceny. cal association also has been

ebb delays its arrival. i Judge Harold S. Smith ordered aim of this association fortunate In enlisting the helpof
Is work for the improvedcare
Actually it is a member nf f
1 spre-semence Investigation Lloyd Hill in arranging
tent I' and of
treatment persons
1 the Blgnonla family and b not for Amalla Aurora Perec dance
square parties for the
bur from mental disorders -
an elder at all. The foliage, suffering
: 11'11- :HI. of 825 10th Avenue South. patients.
i I 7 however, is similar in appear- and handicaps; preven-
She to driving This of "recreation
ve 10 Mlttljl pleaded guilty tion of such disorders and type
? ance to the true elders, hence 1 is valued the hos
ben r while Intoxicated. The Judge handicaps and for the promotionof therapy" by
the Each leaf
common name.
bell ordered her nonworking administration
to spend pital
mental health. The as.oclation's -
is of five good
rttzh. composed or more hours In Jail while the investigation since Further plans call for the
toothed leaflets that are a yel chief project
Is being made. sponsoring of an essay contest
organization has been to pro-
in color
low-green making a
Two other DWI defendants In Naples High School in the
good contrast with the deeper mote and share with the costsof
entered not guilty pleas and area of "careers in mental
'Il'' of the the psychologists' services:
.... greens garden. their cases were calendaredfor the These health". Recruiting for this
( This Is a fast growing shrub throughout county.
next Monday's trial session. profession will be extremely
and on four to six feet services: are available
puts John Henry Bryant 32, of 3120 Important If President Ken.THE -
In one summer's growing time. children through schools;
Ninth Street North, pleaded not
Given one mild winter between also for adults whose cases

growing seasons, the Yellow I Y guilty. Robert Lewis Jones, are usually referred by phy
30, Riviera Beach, did likewiseand
Elder reach a of sicians.
might height 1. r
pleaded guilty to reckless
have been
twenty feet or more. Honl- These services
THE YELLOW ELDER driving. Sentence was not pass and
culturtsts at Cypress Gardens DWI helpful to many people they

say that sometimes the speedof .. .. .. ed pending trial on the have been highly praised by

growth gets ahead of the t charge. many members of every profession

strength of the branches and In Naples.

the plant becomes straggly. 'f fff'lmokalee News The ON following NEXT AGNEDA also will be The State Board of Health

They recommend Judicious recognizes the Importance of
pruning be done In late Marchor !: tried next Monday after pleading this type of work and has added

-'d.. _' ., ,. not guilty yesterday:
early April to make it more lw-- "-" # "oJ( r1 'W .5 r. et5 .f' a Mental Health Workerto ,
John Meaning, 49. Naples,
Collier surf
compact. Tony Rosbough, well known lo. pies United Fund is the desire reckless driving! Ola Martin County
A specimen planted in April cal grower and civic leader has for Immokalee to "pay its own 53, of 2630 Ninth Street North
should be fertilized In June been enlisted to serve as chair. way," matching benefits to local
and bare
Deputy Hooker 81 ,''WI! has ben! a member of Sheriff trespassing assault)
and again in August. After man of the Immokalee phaseof people extended in the form of
E. A. Doug Hendry staff for Homer Francis Stewart 24, of
4Vj In
.' years addition to the first year, no feeding is the United Fund Drive. As. care for the Immokalee charitable The Collier County) Association
,I regular duties as deputy he has special assignments since string Rosbough will be W.O. and Indigent patients at 1288 Highland, passing In no Is a member of the National f
,,,1.. which Include the mobile kitchen and patrol boats. necessary is the Price as vice chairman and Mrs the Naples Community Hospital passing toner, Kenneth Ray Mental Health Association
to one thing
Brown has received law enforcement training, including grow A.B. Chesser. 31, East Naples,
Curry Bertolaml
'', as secretary Joseph hospital, and therefore It receives
Elder doesn't need.
study at the Police Institute in Louisville, Ky., and the Yellow Gordon
Other local careless
.)1 community leaders administrator indicated that Im driving Dwight
the benefits of
University of Florida Extension It Is drought belonging to a
DivisionBrown a remarkably
'"j.: will be enlisted to help In this mokalee folks will have benefited Lee. 33, of 530 Eighth
lives at 2215 Spruce Street with his wife and resistant plant even when national organization with Its
approach to fund raising for in an amount in excess of $9,000 Street North, speeding: Michael
"J two children, a girl eight years, and a 20.month.old.son young, and should be planted in various charitable, service and in such care in 1964 and would James Kelly. 20, of 1020 research facilities.

., --- ---- a well-drained soil. For best character building organlza benefit $10,000 in 1963. Avenue South, a minorIn Present officers are Carl MAN who handles the
with full tlons. Eighth Clemmer, president Meredith at United Fund Is C J3.'Bill'1 .
blooming a spot sun It Is anticipated that se. The leaders of the Immokalee Ernest money
School Bus were hospltallted. Most serious Is needed. The easiest methodof veral of the annual fund-raising group feel local people would wantto possession 18 and; Carl Strong.vtee-p res idem s E lean r Nye. 346 Hauser Lane.

ly hurt were three with broken propagation Is by cuttings campaigns will be combined, have a fair share in assumingthis John Brownlee De Wilde secretary-treasurer; Nye will receive reports of all

'. :/ arms or shoulders, suffered made In summer thereby conserving manpower, responsibility through the Martin Anderson 18, both of Roy Hilberg, budget chairman; volunteer workers who solicit
Rolls Over when they were tossed about as time and TOT 12th Avenue South minorin
expense United Fund giving.Mr and Dr. John Franklin psychologist for the 1964 United Fund cam
the bus rolled 71 feet down an Citizens will be approached on Rosbough stated "I be. possession Larry Nash 18, adviser. paign. Records of contributions

embankment two bases of either cash of Immokalee Rattlesnake Hammock, concealed
CongressionalLibrary giving a Ileve the people of
30 dally reports campaign
: Injuring contribution the who want to standon and Dennis
In the group was Jan West during campaignthis are the type weapons BROAD FIELD achievement and
quota analysisof
'", era, about 17, an exchange stu.. Dome month, or a pledge to be their own two feet and meet Humphries, 19, Naples, minorin The activities of divisional solicitation
BREMERTON, Wash (AP) dent from the Netherlands, who paid between now and the end head on their responsibilities possession. Nash and Hum community pro.
'' "Tell daddy to get out here suffered a cut over one eye. Gets Cleaning of 1969 in a manner of con in caring for the needy in our phries pleaded guilty to drunk- the Collier County Mental gress will come under his
quick," said the excited< young venience to the giver Business community. I feel the United Health Association are many. watchful eye. "Bill" comesto
';'Hfolce of Donna Muller, 1'7. Into The state. patrol said driver WASHINGTON (AP) Themassive 1 I firms will be asked to cooperate Fund approach is a business enness. The admissions of mental patients Naples from Athens, Ohio,

:. the telephone James H. Cobb told officers he ornate dome high|: with their employee, giving like way to raise money for George Angelo Taglarls, 28, to mental hospitals has where he was the Volkswagendealer

There are kids cut and pulled to the shoulder of the above the main reading room ol through payroll deduction plans these several annual campaigns, Naples was fined$25 for speedIng been greatly reduced by the and served for many

Weeding all over the place... road as a city bus approached.The the ting Library its first of Congress Is gel,aimed at an hour a month therefore I am pleased to place and $10 for failure to appear wise use of drugs with such years on the Athens board of
; cleaning in 87
','\ Dr C. D. Muller thus was one wheels of the school bus basis of giving. my endorsement and full support at coun on time. Robert patients while they continue to the United Fund. An accomplished -

:.of the first to reach the hillside slipped! into a drainage ditch, years.It Of special concern to the local behind this method. I encourageall Earl Cadenhead, 19. of 2164 live at their homes. These and
hasnt been scrubbed patients musician a Master
,near the city's edge where a and Cobb said he was unable to or group who recently met with representatives Immokalee people to Join me Plneland, was ordered to con
repaired since the whose difficulties should Point he also
was Bridge Player,
I school bus rolled over Monday maneuver the vehicle back onthe of the greater Na. and I know we shall come through fine his driving to business and '
In 18111.I
opened become
rc.ad.Cobb not general knowledge, finds time to be active in
ii afternoon, injuring about 10 of with flying colors, as we always school use only for the next 30 but
p Hfte 67 high school students it said the bus rolled once, I have done." days. He pleaded guilty to would if they were admit the Naples Shrine Club.

Twas returning to their homes then half over again. Dr. Muller speeding after being clocked at
None I ted to a hospital are in
was hurt most
H I critically said hi. daughters, Donna and 70 miles an hour in a 45 zone. nedys program for mental
school Sup Dud Wlnderl said cases, saved the unjust but
!he believed not more than 15 Pam, 15, thought It was three NOON ft STOCKSNEW Clifford John Sawyer, 45, of unavoidable stigma attached health care and prevention Is to
Dirksen Halleck 3223 Peters, was fined $25 be Implemented during the next
to having been a mental
for driving without a valid license. pa- decade It is also felt that this

YORKAP( )- St<>. ks 4tAlllaChal nunii,: Staying Out Of Richard Paul Domas, dent.While most mental program. Involving the givingof

TRAILWAYS IS MILES AHEAD IN 20% 1SVFreptSul Penney 66% 18, of 2180 Jefferson was fined from this are patients small prizes In Savings
FrmatDa county usually
$10 on a similar charge. Bonds, will develop an Increased
Alcoa 61% PRRPepCola 39% admitted to the South Florida
/ 44'/4 Row Over Burch
AmAlr 46i/i 58% Eldo William Merritt 60. of State Hospital in interest In our growing generations
FruehTr 32% Hollywood
AmCan 43 2180 Jefferson was fined $15 In the problems of
PhllMor 77%
Fla. where
CenDynGonEl 30'/4 WASHINGTON (AP) Al. volunteer servicesare
AmCyan 65% PhlllPet 52% for allowing Domas an unlicensed mental health.To .
88% Interested in provided the
I though they are by Dade County
r Am Mot 16% GenFds 83% RCA 32% the outcome It won't make driver, to drive Mer- Mental Health Association. this end a visit to a

AT4T 68% GenMllls 44% Rei tl 45'/ much practical difference to rltt's truck.Elizabeth. the closest similar hospital Is mental hospital Is planned for

AmTob 35% GenMtrs 99% RevlonStRegP 38% Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of nil. Jane Owens Grant, the G. Pierce Wood Memorial the high school comestants,The

Amps Cp 16 Goodrich 63 31% nor and Rep. Charles A. Hal. 52, of 679 Bow Line Drive.paid winner of last year's contest
Anaconda 85% Hospital at Arcadia Fla. The
h j1 Lt Goodyr 46 Seaboard !S3'/4 leek of Indiana whether Dean $25 for traveling 40 miles an six was Nancy Fisher.
Armour 54 closest
% small counties Including
Sears 126
Babcock 36V4 Grehynd 23% %' Burch Is forced out as Republi. hour In a 25 zone John Henry Lee and A broad survey U being planned -
Sinclair 54'/4 Collier participate -
tfill 37% GulfOlIIntllarv 61% can national chairman. Schuler, 33, of 55613th Street on the mental health needsof
Socony 87% In the volunteer
Belt 64 84% Because Burch was one of North was fined $S for careless services the community, Question
SouthnC 85Borden in this
IntNtckInt 87% those who the hospital through a Council
engineered cam.
: driving. Dale Bacon 55 naires will be -
7sy SperryR 14'% sent to physicians
Pap 37% palgn In which Sen. Barry Gold. Mental Health Associa
BrunswkCaterTr 8% StBrand 62% of 349 Ninth Street North was out patient cllnlcs.nurs-
JonesLKalsAl 751%! water was solidly defeated in tions. Each Mental Health Association
4tf S9V Says StONJ 89% his bid for the presidency, some fined $15 for driving withouta provides Christmas Inj homes In Lee County

Celanese 56 70'4Chrysler Ken'cott 93VsUglMy Studebak 7% Republicans are hunting for the valid license or valid license gifts. schools, private schools Juvenile

CocaCola 131% 87% Swlrt 53'4 chairman's scalp plate. In Naples three courts, sheriff and police
% receiving
Com Ed 57'/ Loch'd 36% Texaco 88%' The Senate and House Repub. Lillian H. Hussa 77, of 269 centers are set up to receive offices county welfare, clergy

ContCan 52% Lorlllard 44% Thlokol 13'4 He an leaders have avoided get. 11th Avenue. South receiveda Christmas for and community organizations.Jean .
patients Instate
DowChe 78 MM.M 89% VCarb 12.n ting Involved In this cont rover. suspended sentence for fail-

7LJ duPont 275% Mohasco 14% VnltAlreUBFrult 88>% sy. They know that the record Ing to yield right of way at a Each hospitals.
f I7 association Baptiste Jules Berna
4 county arranges
Mons'to 88% the party carries into the 1966
EAL 38V4 through street. was
USSteel 5511 for dotte, a Napoleonic marshal
two birthday panic :
MontWd 43 elections will be forged in Con.
142 condition her Insurance
E.Kodak suspended
% on
1 NatDalr 83% UnlvMatWeatgEI lH'. gross and not by the national a year (Collier County in February later became king of Sweden
1 FlaPaL 80% NatDlst 27% 43', committee. cover the $500 damage and November). The lo under the name of Charles
ford 68 Woolwth 29% resulting In the two-car acci XIV
AmAv 52% There have been some cries

for new and younger fares in dent.
the leadership roles. But Dirk. Sentence for Wylie J. Dins-

11 d a i ,w. 4 sen and Hallnck appear to have more, 62, of 2630 Ninth Street

!{ fortified their power base and North was suspended on condition

!T 7fn seem unlikely to be presentedwith he submit to driver's license

any serious challenge from re- amtnatlon. Dins-

1 within the ranks of their follow. more pleaded guilty to running

ers. a red light and to driving with

The national chairman Is out glasses, although he maintained

bi invited to sit In with them and the requirement that he

Modern ThruLinersCoasttoCoast t other members of Congress In wear glasses was mistakenly

weekly meetings during the put on his driver's license. '
i session

a Goldwater, who picked Burch SUSPENDED :;

and wants him retained as na. Thelma Cecelia Watkins 59, .
tlonal chairman, has made It
of 413 10th Avenue South received
clear he recognizes that the

Go coait-to-coant: with no change of bus or baggage MY SINCERE THANKS party's record U made In Con a suspended sentence for
failure to have car under contra
Relax on America's smoothest-riding, most grass
She veered off 1001 Street
modern buses bar none Plus the Trailways ex* The defeated .
and knocked down several i
elusive the personal touch that makes every candidate said he plans to : potted a '
to all citizens of Floridafor :
I am deeply grateful plants at a tree nursery. v
trip a .__ .. work' hand and glove" with
your votes by which you chose me to representyou Sentence was suspended providing
Dirksen and Halll<'k. But Gold.
: for I fourth term in the United States SenateI water is leaving the Senate In she pays for the damage. .

l'lea.ure'J I proud to have this continued privilege and January and may not always be Steven Reed Elferdlnk. 17. ,

responsibility. around when the GOP leaders Naples went 55 miles an hourIn

decide to me off a policy state. a 30 tone and received a
In thanking all who so greatly to
our victory. I herewith pledge to you and to every menU suspended sentence because It i,1
Ms first offense.
Floridian that I will do my best to continue to merit The Republican governors was

NAPLES _y your faith and approval' through my efforts as one also are talking about cont rib.utlng Robert Gale of Naples was

ATLANTA $11.15 of your spokesmen in the United States Senate to the party dialogue in aa granted atwo-weekconttruance
Dully Thee Sa' IU effort to Influence Us future on a charge of soliciting without .

MIAMI I I -$3.20 course. But while they probably a license Paul Eugene
s c...v.i.i.", ,rtes T).iTy could influence the national Sanders. Fen Myers Beach

NEW YORK 4US committee members of their and Michael Allen Prlddy.! Boa-

Yl.I Ttellweys. eeve states la voting, there are mem. Ira Springs each forfeited $29 t A ',
i WASHINGTON_ hers from 31 other stales who
jjli8S bonds for speeding.Of ,.
This ..rvlct vie she rt ,...,. have no GOP governor to guide e a
four drunkenness cases,
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT Dlrkswi and Halleck: cant one defendant appeared In court

elk Ave. a. t,k SI S* PHONE J-J 5J SPESSARD L.U.S. always get a majority of their and paid $15 fine and three SOME JUDE -- Kathy Hard* t >if Lea Anelea

Republican blocs to go along others forfeited $15 bonds. Leo *tI.u h"lIh, ,'rout:hed on HI'1. : \f\ board

with them. But when the chip Milton 51. River Park Apts.. ,11.i hen:i father truck and rod X tJ r ,i.ver. free

TRAILWAYS.Easiest are dowa tile two leaders usual paid the fine and Louie Mae 1\ IMat V to 60 miles an hour Th. <'r r Ids father

ly caD come through with the James. Ethel Louise Tien, and i-und th.' tot then a passing m. r.,rut yelled.

travel on earth SENATOR nearly members solid support of their Bessie LeSane. all of Naples "Th T\"x a little girl hanging on the aid of your

forfeited bonds. trurk


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CO .itR COUNTY NEWS N.pl. FU? T......,. N*_ M 10.. lt4 3
St. Ann's Speaker Fall Drought

United Nations Imperfect, Loss Causing In CropsCHICAGO Huge Says Religious Freedom I j II

But Best Hope, Says SmithA dt'Higtit described(AP) -in An mane autumn are Best Thing About America

ft'*" 18 the worst in history hw Ruta
HOLLYWOOD (AP) grandmother of actress

piece of land In C.rt! "Ttoss stmstta IHMtntss how tined' hundreds of communities "Thank you, everybody. Thank Lee, who brought her here after

Africa about the sine of OH- die Untied Nettons has grown \1ir T-1 mm emergency areas, three you America. Thank you, Call. eight years of dealings with the
one*! the nation's farmer with IimiltlS "
forma. Union.
tier County with not one eellage to be a Franhensteinlan monster Soviet
IUion.d<>llar loss In wiatei .
> This tat exuberant On autumn day Mrs.
which has out of was com. a sunny
..... gotten
'r. no dootor m Wheat. and made foianttandl
meat of Mrs. Ludvls Kam Kamandulla heerfuilv
.n. was
hand It 'Is the medianlsm -
lswyerand not a teaok- yet only
abate fire trapsAn dulls Hof Lithuania after 10 sweeping off the steps of Ruta shill
er baa twice the votes to the for keeping die peace" AsMnUted Press surreytoday weeks in a new land. She. la the hanging Laurel Canyon

General Assembly of the UN- sad It must be supported, t, showed that hundreds d ,, home the is spry with a suck

ted Nations a* the bitted States Judge Smith emphas ld. umntles have become eligible sjuto and a double braid of thin

HaroIdS.Smithch1efJdge the concept and formation ol for federal kid as wells, streesna white. hair atop her head. When

of the Naples Municipal Court the United Nations wWi the In- and spring have dried up and Mudslides Hit she. Nibs of America, the wor'ls

and student of International! affairs tenutVonal power plays that water hu been pumped! to COIN In a flow of Lithuanian.

told members of St. went on were briefly outlined fauns Area Razed She eat in the den with her
"v, The drought has taken on By blonde granddaughter and
Ann's Home & School Assoclstlon for the $t. parents. e
". major proportions In New England .'.
last should have had forebodings at .wIF mother, Mrs Joseph
night. that time what ahead which the vj Weather California Fire KUsMwU, who acted u Interpreters
It Is the split nation called as to lay Bureau Mid was the worst In for her Ruta explainedthat
Rawanda-Burtnl. half but the United States controlled the '
republicand area's history The bureau
she herself learned
half monarchy, casting twoVote.l 40 votes out of the original .SI laid the drought has estensted v as predicted today in Southern Lithuanian before English in
members of the General Assembly for than ilx months In
on vital world questions more (illfurnla, where storm4rl* her Montreal Mme
while the United States cuts and four out of five votes tour New England stales.Fanners tiered mudslides Monday struck Except for 12 years in Siberia

but one. Judge Smith said. on the Security Council"Judge scanned the sales with avalanche fury at areas after World War D. Mrs Ka.

"There are 23 such nations Smith said. "Today, 19 years grimly in the Midwest and tined. earlier from <1ryeasMurusliflres mandulls spent nearly all of her

a In central Africa and In all later there are 114 member Scot hW8llt as one of the wont long life In Lithuania. What does

of them could nations and the United States moisture shortages In the SOthcentui One mudslide sluiced down a she like best about America

not find put more together than 100 you educated has only three lure votes In # e' ::.k.; 't the winter\'. \began wheat taking crop Its toll on flr lpnuded ('anyon and Into Iredtdmitlal "Everything," she said glow

street sweeping a Ingly. She Is denied b> the
the Assembly, ourselves Canada
men, the speaker said. One tf the hardeet-hlt Halesl
and Great Britain. In A CHRISTMAS TABLECLOTH was in the making Friday afternoon l Colorado, where the Mat'sentire fleeing housewife with It. abundance of food and onlyregrets of
Miller. that she cant partake
Police Aimee
the Security Council today the taken three members of Woman's Club Sow inn JtOO-mtlllon wtnter.whetcrop say may
when this picture was of have been carried tllree.quar.ter. the meat '1 am a very old lady ,
Bull Republic of China may hold the group with the gaily colored design laid out to be appliqucd on the is near total! dertrwrtion iif a mile and entombed in a and meat hurts me here,' she '.

deciding vote, but who can define cloth. From left are Mrs Csndler Brooks, Mr. Margaret Ford, and because at lack of raW, The catch basin along with ears, said, holding her stomach. ,

Private funeral services were the Republic of ChIna Mrs Catherine Berger, chairman of the group which has been meeting situation also was described M furniture and household dofcrllin "9ie adores Ice cream,. Ruts
held Monday afternoon for the Will It be Red China on the critical In parts of Wyoming and
Friday since June preparing for the annual Fiesta Ba/aar in s 2iUoot.d ep rates ol added.
Infant son of Mr, and Mrs. Rich. mainland or the Formosa people emery western Kitties nud Does Mrs. Kamandulls miss
the Woman' Clubhouse for the event
December. They expect to fill New England draught
ard Bull, 1252 Eighth Avenue, ?" he asked. workers In addition Her husband William 49, anything about the Old Country
with fancy creations made by the deft needle plagued an are from PtHsfleld
North who died Sunday night In
Smith warned St.Ann's aiuiter Frank Sinatra's aoe m- ?
Judge there will be tables of Christmas decorations, pink elephants, books and Mae,, to Hartford Cane, and
Naples Community Hospital. "
that France can no long- pun!*, tried to save his wife "Oh, yes, she nodded. "It Is
Besides his parents, the baby parents be counted on and there u other tables loaded with baked goods, candy and delicatessen, from Haverhill, Maae. to Con. from i heir rumbling home, and hard to leave the faces that you
is survived by his paternal grandparents er (NEWS photo ) cord N.H -
of the of was also swept away. firemen know But here I have my
a question support The Massachusetts Depart
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph JO resiued him at he clung to a daughter and my granddaughter .
Great Britain In the Security meat of Water reported a percent
Bull of Racine and his
Wls. tar In the swirling fU' >d. and the church and tree
maternal grandparents, Mr, and Council as the new Labor Gov- Always Helpful water shortage In Octolwiand Their daughter. Meredith 17, dom, and that Is enough to keep
alt nation
described the at a
Mrs. JameS Nelson of Naples. ernment was elected on a "go- iltmlHMl uphill to safety as the me happy"

k-alonepollcy". Nevertheless statewide emergency.Thousands family's can) 'III home twisted Hula's mother commented
the United States must continue of deity farm are and racked under the on. "That was the thing that Ira

ValentineFuneral to support the world organization Real Nice Guy That Garbage ManBY New ehort Hampshire.at water I" Vermont and .sleight of mud pressed her the most that she

despite Its Imperfections. In Pennsylvania the Crop The Miller Inline was de. could go to church and pray anytime
services for PeterJ. "If the United States should ever Rttiwitlng Service said the win. Minv d' and eight others dam she wanted. Her religion

Valentine, 61, who died Sun pull out, it would collapse. rters-they usually drag the walked on by. It didn't work ter wheat crop has a poor Martin aged! in the Verdugn Hills see. means very much to her. She
day night In Naples Community CHARLOTTE DURNO Him ill Mm hunk, a Loa Angeles still carries s Roe an that a
Peace must be kept and the United sniff coilThere I though What s smelll So I a state which haa an "OU
Hospital, were held this after- stood itiihuiii, which is near the) scene man made her out of old beads
Nations b the only Instrument Freddie has to pickup there I could wall for million agricultural Industry
noon from the Earl C. Hodges we have today for keeping Freddie Is a downright nice bits of the boys to come home I Tw.niy.flve eastern, Pennayl." na major brush Are In bpstt.hllls In Siberia It was only recentlythat : I
Funeral Chapel. Rev. John E. guyl I can't recall when we for ( last spring she was allowed to go to
vials counties
world peace, Judge Smith repeated Utter off thegroutdthenbefore thought. Dut then I could utmost are eligible Other mudslides hit the Soda church again In Lithuania."
Rice of the First Meth- first met Freddie or how longwe've federal fed grains
pastor his talk. hear the shouts of horror emergency
throughout he would leave he'd wait for Barbara area, 100 miles to the Mrs Kamandulls spends her
odist Church,was charge. Interment known him. It Just seems and other counties are applying'
As to the future of the United me to bring the last of the gar- at the sight of scattered official hid I that unleahenry with, which lies .1 the font of days puttering about the
been around. An
like he's
was in Naples Memor Nations the Naples chief always bage from the house. Until garbage. Maybe Hubby- no. reins come before the mountains mvngeil. by fire last sprawling house, sweeping .here,
the size
ial Gardens services And Naples being townit
wlthgravtslde Judge said It was his prayer 1 took him that wouldn't do either 11 tresses farmers will be oiiemter., dusting there
yesterday pretty ground ,
conducted by Cypress that International body would is It's easy to become acquainted much for ranted. there's anyone that has a weaker faced with i water shortage all "All It taken Is a gout down. "She loves to do things for

Chapter of the Masonic Lodge.A be Increasingly governed by a with everyone-if you ( stomach than I have It's winter. Fifteen communities are "pour un open i ground where the me," Ruta said, "and she Is
native of Chicago Valen- want to.Freddie. native brush tats been burnedaway always straightening m>
great body of laws that transcend COMES THE COON Hubby Besides that, I haven' now on emergency water suit
tine retired superintendthe ," said lIMo weatherman.: bedroom One day she looked at
was a mere statutes. "We Is our garbage man. had trained him to carry out the piles and some farmers are
Tractor During the night a coon The ("II e' ash for tulay was for the big bud I have and she
Caterpillar must sell ourselves first the And a good one at that! Let and stuff In BAGS He'd never pickIt hauling water for livestock
visited' cans
our scattered showers In the *l
garbage moun. singing an old
he had song Itt.
Company for whom doctrine of'Love Thy Neighbor" me tell you he earns every left the things overturned. up off the ground! test month was the drleitOctober talnit and fmithllla, with heavy how It Is good to Sleep
worked for 41 years, at Peoria and then that doctrine he makes and then some. Finally 1 shut held thin century In nUnata.WIIICOR.1n
spread penny There isn't anyone that likesto my eyes .. showers/ eK)>e 111. For the past three yearshe the among the other nations It is 1 happen to know that pickingup pick up rotten tomatoes coffee my nose with one hand and second driest Is experiencing autumn stare(lt In the aft.muCln.Monday' country humor omlng out","'
had made his home at
our one hope," Judge Smith garbage at our house is no broken shells started gathering up the scat- rains were acconi.
grounds, egg records were begun In INI.Minnesota's 1n her t
Isles of Capri where eyes 'an do no
said. sweet chore. No slreeel tered garbage Tlkeal'' A 17 putted, In West Los Angeles and
and ofotheraqulsbysruff- ountles have "
the executive wrong, said Ruta. "The utile!
vtce-prt Smith Is a lieutenant double-edge riser blade) About coastal regions, by a tornado -
Judge have and I'm but there been designated .disaster areas
of the Capri Waterworks c. We two unwilling gar- no exception day she and mother were
He was a member of Temple colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve bage carriers Joey and Tim- it was lying all over the g round.I that time Freddie happened and M of South DukuU's M. seen, a-rarity wnieh In ehreHed Southern. patios California, un* watching an old 'Cheyenne I

Lodge of the Masons at Peoria and'' was recently graduated my aren't really garbage car- pretended not to notice It and al"Msy'I with that ties have deal tetsal Awght shingled roofs, fared 'a house) had done on televIsion, Whet i I!
from'the United States Army help you areas.Moose and the Mohammed Temple of trailer In the poe4te direction
War College Carlisle Pa. r Ma'm?" he warned to know. and arsHered manufacturer's killed, Gramma started waiting
the Shrine In that and was a
city of the He studied the workings of the "Thanks, Freddie" I saU. store a past grand lecturer United Nations at the head- "I almost out my hand off with SmorgasbordSet ) Ihr-Wlldl ftirf mother ould onvtnce Ml
mae trees over a
Masonic order for the state of quarters In New York. He Cancer Society Waging Drive a razor blade," Really It For SaturdayThe ar,' I wa upstairs and unhurt."

Illinois was an officer In World War U wasn't that bad, but I took advantage ...
is survived his widow
He ,
by and the Korean War. He has of Freddie's sympediy NaUe Mare I'MIr..1I1hold

Mrs. Edith D. Valentine of CaprI held several! high public officesIn "1 sure am sorry about that lit regular tumor ta.lwrd this

; a son. Edward James with Valentine the- the county and Is the founder Against Teen Age Smoking Ma'm" he said\ "We get Saturday at the Moose Lodge,

now serving of the law firm of Smith ourselves cut up pretty bad north on the Trail U Cine Rlifce.

army overseas two daughters Carroll, Vega, Brown and NI- comes the habit and the more sometimes with broken glass The feed Marts at B00.Unslion .
Mrs. Jean Lorraine CosteUo of A booklet, "Cigarette Smoking Is H.BO for chols. Much and such ss that thai
tend Inhale. things
they to
New Rochelle N.YM and Mrs. and Cancer Issued by the and 70 cents for children aisle
Is now being some folks throw Into their
Richard Gillett of Peoria; a American Cancer Society In greater emphasis 12. Dancing w11l1Dl1ow.NurHfnJe .
brother, AJ. Valentine of 1963, outlines the evidence upon placed on programs reaching cans kinds careless like
DowlerGlenn those under 16. "And razor blades 1 asked -
DjC. two sisters, which the aocletys'posldalandprograms
Washington. ;
By the end of the 1983 school as I felt my face turning a
Mrs. Laurence Brookhouzen on this panlculr: subject Home
O. Dowler, 66, who has the society had reached a little red.
and Mrs. William Hynes. bothof been visiting his brother, Frank are based. year
of the nation's Rater blades
secondary "Yes Ms'm. ,
and 14 grandchild at Gocxfland died yester. Steering Group
Chicago, Dowler From Its study the society "
schools with the distribution too. With that Freddie started -
ren. day at Jackson Memorial had been Hospl.tal makes the claim that "beyond of 27.000 copies of a filmstrip off to the truck with the Named Hy Strong J ..
Pallbearers at the funeral in Miami. He reg reasonable doubt., cigarettesmoking
ular winter visitor at Ooodland "To Smoke or Not to garbage on Ms shoulder, but
were Howard Gaston Everett is the major cause of of commliiee /'-
Members s near Ing
for the past several ,ear.. Smoke" A student leaflet, not before I reached Into the
CUland, Earl Kelly,UL.Loach the unprecedented Increase In to establish a remlia'
He was a retired engineer "Shall I Smoke has reach can for that broken glass I I
Curt Cupps and Robert Dearth. for the New York Central Rail lung cancer." Copies of this ed s distribution of more than had thrown In there before he home In Collier County. have

road, and made Us home at booklet may be obtained from 7,000,000. came. Like I said, Freddie fern announced f I.y NV re III>I h

Russell's Point Ohio, where his the Collier County Unit of the To stimulate classroom discussion b s downright nice guy hoe :tang, ch.,rlllili. 't. / ur/ ,

Grace Lutheran wife Eleanor serves as postmls.Iress American Cancer Society of teen-age smoking the our garbage man and a good f.Iyde brothers MJj.j! rfalier

Ladies Install The society U making an society has available an educational one at that!l Keller (architect); Mn, Hi/n

Funeral arrangements art be. intensive drive through films film, titled "Is Smoking '. rlffln, N.W. Urkuin. M.I., ti
made at the Earl a Hodges ,
Ing Daniel M.h.i I >ntl.
New President and lectures to acquaint: the Worth bM The conclusionthis i Langley
Funeral Chapel. Of PTA Kjore, Mol). and Mri. I I"< i-
Mrs. Daisy Cower wu Instal. teen-ager of die dangers of 16-mlnute film Is that b1s Confess i. i

led as president of the Grace starting the habit of smoking.The best not to start smoking. nor tie Wilde, secretary

Lutheran Church Ladles Guild Taylor booklet stalest "In s pilot er, U one has started to quit Plans State Meet Th next meeting Is t
la ceremonies held Friday eve study of 22,000 Oregon high at an early age The 41st annual eeventkm 0 t dl 1 for November 'I', a' "I'< : s a.hr"ptxt

nlng. Other officers Installed In. John E. Taylor, M, of Im school students was found that Students, teachers, principals the Florida Congress of hi p.m. at theNaplesIetIer.i..v. ( l Ft

eluded Mrs. Patricia Green.vte. roukalee died Sunday night at children whose parents smoke and others who may be Interested side and Teachers will be hel l Uigs amll-oan ASIOCIaloII., wt"","

president} Mrs. Alice Thorn, Naplea Community Hospital.He cigarettes are more likely to la these films or lee November 1'.11, IlIIt. In Braden I'' Li hoped policies linn/ ami !'jW'F

treasurer, and Mrs. &11m. Is survived by three sons, acquire: the smoking habit than turn may obtain more Informs ton. plans csii 1* N'.

Hoerr secretary.Devotions: John C Taylor, Jr., and Albert children whose parents do not don through Mr and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Myron S. Blee, press. .
by Sandy Price op' both of Detroit Mich., and Guy dent, Florida Congress etf Parents I H H W i A R "s"wan 5,515' !uIM.ro .

coed the meeting and the Rev. 01 Dearborn Mlcb.; aleoada \. ..moIce.xfIW MangUpla, 1040 13th Street, and Teachers, will hold ai .. d' m.. ee ." .1 n/e,"a1Me1 w'nte'. nailer' '
George W, Price gave a talk on from the booklet North telephone 2-32C7. The brwkfast conference ... ,. lit, A.lr r {
ter Ruth, and a brother and a Informal tress : Charles It. WiLnon ", r," "d." t t ,I"al .vino .r ? Ie
"Purpose of the Ladles Guild." sister Later study brought out that Manglapias are dalrmenoftheeducational : in the keen's It.o.;

Preliminary plans were made Funeral arrangements are most smokers took up the habit committee of the (fourth floor), UrwMowe Cafcan I In Fort Hennln "
for the annual "$1 GUI Exchange being made at the Earl 0. Hod. tiel ore they were 30)) that the Collier County Unit of the American Motor Hotel Brafenten,Mentfey. PIANO INSTRUCTION

Party" for members which Is ges Funeral Chapel younger they tart the worse be- Cancer Society November It, at 1M sun. Infantry Brigade t .rnr..d. Melha MTV UMTNAHr

scheduled lot Friday, December g;, ,,nn.r. In I ..11.., 1'ressruery :
t, and for the annual Christmas Army Pvt. Cs/lee .. W1I.."", II.. nr n 'I, ,,,,li,? I
party t o r the children in the I'anipinto Guests ,..r', f Mr. and Mrs CII.,... i I. Ann Weimar Phone MI 3-3197 !

church Sunday School.Mrs. s w AII'1 '.<*\, mute S, Hoi I' 'n,

Lorraine McKay, outgo. From Rochester s.<,11, '1.., was aeelgnoi t" H>s --- --4
Ing president, was presented with 197th Infantry Brigade *l l"rt

a gift by members. Mrs. McKay Mr. and Mrs. Fran Mtpini" ., |".ri replied with a big "thank you" of Gulf M r...have II their peat C Wtlexa is e member ol Head.q.fctruri .

Hostesses far the evening were for s 1IIOOtJI. Mr. ad. Mrs. wv I I. C'......y, 4th BsilaJI'i DANCE CLASSESIJHI.SCJlOOI'ns

Mrs. Lens Croell and Mrs. Alice hem 1. MePadden of Aor......r', .,( Its)> brigade's fttti A,,,,,,,.

Thorn Refreshments were served $.y, The McP..*ieM are I u )'Ie! entered the Army In April1X4
after the meeting. parents of Mrs. Faakitaio. \wi I ( jM-umpleMelDaeir. raining

Ham ). MrPe/Mea, I .,1IIet r "'. .1 tort torta, OS. : : .
A will fly down le wash the Pu,I. T'i. JJ.year 4d soldier was I
Beet Mndetlmn. should I .' aha iplntosj for Thauksf,Ivtog. tr"lulled .to ItN tram NspleeMIC' .
routed in s 'I oven r scivxil Md sMiisirfUeUst..r.tty One lessen per week $8.00 per
abort penad o( n 1
/. of riorids SiOetoewvUle.

r I Dream Comes He is a sieestor ef Phi, Kssefix

fruteriMIV, 6 FEARS AND OVER .
irI True, Hut Not

All Pleasant One leeee per week ) 9.00 per month

I MIAMI AP) Seoul a' ,.PfIII....... t Two lessees per week 15.00 per month
WHY RISK 'EM ? DUrno, M, of Ml.* Beer n
sad a dreamt A wenfwerkin Specials.

NO RISK 'EM CII-.d stop. of It.Monday.his own Last week hi. .,.,.- t Open' Mon., Tuex., Thur, Fri. 3:00 pm

CALL now ro. fAJT... hU. ,,- axe .to _...e
tstog osdy machine Sat. 10:00: AM
1CH" II.V": M electric oak ins 125 **
T'il'I'AI./ di "I.,1.. r '/'f'!j ur: stud .>* hand work atc Ms Ua4 sttcfed. nt feejorsais 'j
NO-RISK < I i.atf; Kl. .m-iiUi', H' -1I1IA"I. per t .,.;s< affair was the right hand were sH.... off >d ....- e is' M-e WELLS STUDIO

. The' '" 'Autumn isl the knuckles.DUsxnd .
*. fl.1,"I 1/,1./ 1 ,! VV I I. nit FASHIONS

CHIMICAICO. M-I-, .' .. HP-" .1.I I I 1\\ 'r y ">:. ai''* (,' the .."*". acre Memorial was rehe4 to J*. a WILLS A40 5th Avenue Parkwayi
HMHUI aid -u s "I Iew A.
i MONTH CUAJAMTft r... 'tMH.W t. ir ,", I.J I.I Mr-" \'.uir* Bar. -'r Mrs Wilsot., )In detached. fingers sewed t"" a I SW, i i I I- ."k Ni.rth II.f '.th Avenue South)

I!L MI I I Ii I.-r, 'h'I""., titer ,rHr.t, r tVI ratII- snake Doctors saw ae wee to lair
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sepleft; Nt\tJ 4PM ? Time to Simmer DownBY


NOVEMBER 10, 1964 Washington Correspondent

,/ Newspaper Enterprise AI&II.WASHINGTON.


From here on President Lyndon B. John80n may have to

put limits upon himself of a sort that eeemed pretty far

from his mind In the recent campailn.
expansive nature with the expansive
The blending of his
vote he won on Nov. 3 could be lust a bit too much not

Just for those around him but for the country as well.

'eterarfsDayFortysix 111' IS not fabled for his modesty. Having now discarded his
c; frayed favorable public opinion polls, he may hereafter -

be exacted to offer any visitor' dauUng, certified' list
state after state.
of his colossal winning pluralities in

years ego tomorrow, on No- than one-third of them had ever heardof ii The head reels with the figure presidential: nominee, upwards
e Largest( vote enr given
vember 11 1918, the men of the American It.
of 4Z mUllon .
Expeditionary Force won victory after They had never heard of a band of (rrJ \ J C Biggest winning margin, more than 15 million .

the long and bloody trench warfare of Marines who landed in a steaming fever- ; I Greatest state margin, 2.5 million In New York .
the one million
World War I I. The world was again at haunted jungle and were cut off the next ;'.4.'t iA1L Gay mark First In more man than ever one to state.get past(Johnson did It In an plurality amazing

peace and Armistice Day was born. day by the Japanese navy, yet survived ; 11,80 six-New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan,

But not until 1938, after veterans of and hung on fighting like fiends ,:. Tne'prelident.)
\ # nation both must now live for four
and the
the first World War had diligently kept through five terrible months until vic- .yl" \4: rWT E R C/ ". a years with this stupendous victory. lie may not find it easyto

alive the memory of those who died In tory was theirs "' contain himself.

that conflict, was Armistice Day declareda They had never heard of a colonel ;... VOTE rJ.t. FOR NEARLY A YEAR IN THE WHITE HOUSE, this gaudy .

legal holiday by our Congress. named Edson who held a place called Texan has made a career of surprising everybody, sometimes .

Even then, war clouds again were Bloody Ridge with a single company of ,/iC> including LBJ He has been trying to give himself a
0'V.'i'i' face that will fit a coin that will be remembered.
gathering and In less than 200 exhausted and beat off final
two men a
years he has stripped down the
: In his frenetic quest for identity
World War II was underway This con- decisive attack against odds of 10 to one. ',. ",v+ barriers setting him and the public apart.

flict left even more devastation and death They had never heard of a cruiser called '\ ; b.J" His predecessor the late John Kennedy, surrounded the

than did the first World War Then came the San Francisco with just one man left world T highest elective office with a detachment, a misty
of mystery never quite probed.
an aura
the Korean conflict, and today our troopsare alive on her shell-shattered bridge, and vagueness With Lyndon, the only mystery Is what facet of his make.

engaged In battle In Viet Nam. how that one man a young lieutenant up and his doings he will show you next.

So now Armistice Day has been named McCandless, held her on courseto Kennedy stirred interest by seeming always to hold something .
back. Johnson appears never to hold anything back,
changed to Veterans Day, so that those fire a point-blank broadside into a Japanese yet manages to suggest there is more to come.

who participated or died In all wan may battleship, and then to struggle 4- In all this swirling endeavor in and around the White

be honored and remembered. It has through to survival House grounds and on the campaign road, he has grasped
the lapels Motion is his daily diet
at country
been proclaimed as a day "to remember They probably had never heard of I

those who have borne the burden In time the general who sent a one word answerto NOW THIS UNPREDICTABLE MAN from the Pedernales I
with freedom than ever on the new I
of war ." It Is asked that the occasionbe a German demand for surrender The Best of BoyleBY can stage move built from his unparalleled greater victory. 'i

marked by the display of our flag, and "Nuts." Of the brave men who stormedthe Some in Washington( who think they know the President

by appropriate ceremonies throughoutthe steep mountain at Cassino; who HAL BOYLE suggest, however, that this Is the moment to begin reining
himself In. If he has been given any truly positive mandate,

nation. stood fast under the seemingly endless L .. ... .. It Is perhaps to be calm and steady and restrained-both In
Heroism In war, though It Is not the German shelling at Anzio; who crossedthe NEW YORK (AP) Things a educational authorities estimate MEDIA official and unofficial endeavors. lie was voted for as a manta
if that by 1973 It will cost a fresh,,. Pa. (AP) The
columnist know
'nly kind, is not a heroism we can ever bullet-riddled beaches at Normandyon might never man $12,250 to get through a United States ha* a new Col seen as a contrast to a rival thought to be rash.
h didn't open his mails lie has mandate to break great new ground. Nor toy
afford to forget. To honor It In no way D-Day; who are even now fightinga B has been found that about private college, or $8,000 to i I Kelly Lt. Colin > caper restlessly no like a displaced Texan. He likes to unfold,

implies that we enjoy war and do not strange kind of war In Viet Nam and one of every 2,000 children Is graduate Know from your a languages state college.The,I the World War P. Kelly n hero m,, son sent o a to unravel But the counsel of some would be that this highpoint \

love peace. Americans have never dying as bravely as any U. S. soldiers in born with teeth. Since they doc.tori are. word asbestos means in effect telegram to his mother, Mrs. J. in his life is the place to draw his strings taut, to pull
so loosely emplaced some
Watson Pecflow of Media Monday his sprawling nature back within measured bounds.
wanted war and have started "the unburnable atone The ,
never one. any war. take the teeth out to keep
night announcing the birtht Lyndon Johnson has the votes and the victory Now he
ancient Romans used napkin
But when war comes, only American These things should not be forgotten, the I have child Just from been swallowing Informed them.that made of asbestos, and instead of t of a son, Colin Brent Kelly. The must go up against history and earn them
heroism has made which Is the for Veterans child born Sunday in Munich
victory possible. reason Day a flea can lift 140 times Its own washing them In water purified I

Through most of our history we remembered and other occasions which recognize and weight, and If you were as com. them b y thrusting them Into> with where nil father la] stationed
flame.Quickiesj. the Army, weighed 6
that victorious heroism honor the and who have paratlvely strong as a flea, you
proudly, men, women, pounds, 13 ounces.
could hoist The World
a 10-ton truck.
Turtles have no Today
and sang Its praises Today there Is a served In our Armed Forces The buman eye at 1U ordl. "ears" but hear well. A car was i He 1* the first child for Kelly

tendency to forget a thing which must We know of no special ceremonies nary strength can detect four stolen every l'/4 minutes lastyear. : and his wife, the former Mary By JAMES MARLOWE

not be allowed to happen scheduled in this area, but If all Collier million shade of color, science We eat about 28 million Margaret Cooper of Denton 1, Aitoclattd' Prets News Analyst
hu found. It also has been sandwiches a day. If you get
Not so long ago, 35 bright youngU Countians will pause tomorrow for evena found that men are about 20 Into an argument with a bear, Md.U.. Kelly' father, Capt. Colin
S. university students in a history class moment to remember then the pur- times aa likely a* women to don't try to outrun him Ae i P. Kelly II, went down Dec. 10, WASHINGTON (AP) Hu. 'long to campaigns H* is going !to
try get one passed
bert H, bounded
suffer from color blindness gallop to 35 miles an 1941, three day after Pearl Humphrey
may up i
asked to Guadalcanal of the will be fulfilled.EI1
were identify Less pose day hour. Harbor, with his bomber after down the steps of his campaign The Connecticut Democrat
The unsleeping eye of science plane in Southern Illinois not has announced he will introduce
his sU
B was Oliver Wendell Holmes i ordering crewmen to ball
also baa discovered that neither many weeks ago and received a a bill when Congress reconvenes
out of the
who observed, "To be 70 year plane damaged during
the tapeworm nor the book. welcoming serenade of that old in January to limit presidential
far attack
young 1* sometime more i an on a Japanese war.
has heart. Democratic battle campaigns to Just 60 day.
worm a cheerful and hopeful than to be i ship song "Happy
The largest Infant ever born Day Are Here Again" Calling the campaign "elec.
40 old." FT. KNOX Ky. (AP) West
years ,
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS' In this world la the calf of a blue Point "lonesome end," Capt. He'd heard it countless times toral' circuses," Manages con.

whale At birth, the whale call William S. Carpenter Jr., has But on this day it was played 'tends they are wasteful in mon.
meaaurea up to 25 feet long and been decorated again for merl.torloua with a rock 'n' roll beat 'ey and time and exhaust the
weighs several tons. In contrast QUICK QUIZ service In South Viet It was Jarringly symbolic of nervous and physical resourcesof
a polar bear cub welgha about a Nam's guerrilla war. how the old meshes with the the candidates.

pound upon emergence from its The bronze star waspresented new in today'a campaigning Above all, however, Monagan
mother, and can be cuddled in awomllJl' Q-Toward what city do to Carpenter Monday The horse-and-buggy politicking 'believes they may be self-de.
Moslems face kneel of rallies feat: ing
hand. as they for "courage, competence and torchlight and street.
History lessoni Can you name to pray? devotion to duty" while serving corner harangues are now "After the first Informative I
the only UA president who wa A-Mecca. a* an adviser to a Vietnamese played out to a faster, more ex. I period," he said, "they bore the ,
Inaugurated In two cities? battalion from July 1963 to June hassling/ rhythm set by jet 'elector and thus fall to serve a
George Washington was sworn Q-Does diplomatic immumry 1964. planes and modern communlca I purpose."

JIL first to national command In hold good betueen! nations Carpenter, twice wounded Inaction clone. i
New York on April 30, 1789, and are at war against the CommunistViet Despite the swifter pace the
at the start of his second termIn with each Cong guerrillas, won the presidential campaigns appearto NEWS FROM

Philadelphia, Pa., on March A-Yes. No state, countryor liver star for heroism when his grow no shorter Some argue WASHINGTONASSOCIATED
4,1793. private or public person unit fought Its way out of a Red they are longer than ever
+ The apartment of Mr. and may use force or violence trap on Dec. 28, 1963. If one consensus has emerged PRESS
J Mrs. Peter Lawford in the against the person of an am from this political season it is
swank Fifth Avenue hotel now 1* bassador, his property, house The captain earned his nick. that presidential campaigns are

available, prices $3,200 a month hold or servants, even in the name aa a West Point football too long Too long for the candl. WASHINGTON (AP) A
gas and electricity free. No event of a declaration of war player, when he was the key dates, too long for the people. ]I orth Carolina educator says
extra charge for the elevator. between his nation and the man In a novel formation that On Election Day, San Barry t there la no real hope for success
Aa a wry contrast to our one to which he is accredited had an end stationed far to the Goldwater looked back on In a war against poverty unlessIt
3 present prosperity, It may not side of the line as a flanker. month of speeches and thou. II Is fought simultaneously on
be out of place to point out that Q-What term is used by LONDON (AP) Sir Winston sands of miles of travel and I many fronts

about 200 year ago milk sold oceanographers to denote an Churchill say he has agreed to decided that U.S. election cam. Speaking Monday to the Association .
1 for 9 cent a gallon, tobacco at a undersea mountain the Issuance of a long-playing palgns are so long they are <<: of State Universities and
nickel a pound, and bread at A-Seamount. record album of his speeches, silly As for the candidate's lot Und! Grant Colleges Minnie
two cents Including many of the famous of having to
1 110&1. .. the same
tN. .epw la"/pl.e ? lctM' ) J Brown, assistant state home
What one of World War II. speeches day after
price knowledges U.S. day, he laid, economics agent,called for ''&
The former prim minister '"That can drive ."
you nuts
., total community attack (Con
< e w
.: .;f ',:.. ..,.. : said Monday night some are There sort 1* usually grumbling ofone I poverty) with coordinated ac.
speeches made In the House of or another from the Ion
: by a number if not all -
Commons, and heard only by loser This time there was some I public agencies and volunteer

EmrilE1: A D N ( AlL A R AMA thofe present at the time. team grumbling, tooHumphrey. from the winning groups In the community."

p A'TA [ GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -
ACROSS 21 Seed Iii A P T E R n oI. Dlonne Warlck, 22.yearold Joys who actually en. WASHINGTON (AP) Fed.
stumping, started out with Iral grant
touting $25 millionare
I. Male costing S E I- P C t C American rock 'n' roll singer, j the ;joy of t porpoise taking to being distributed

-TIM Ni.*..l OWu. animal 28. Shevpin III N' i IM S E LIF EiR 6 0 was hit by a trolley bus on a the i sea But a couple of weeka I matching basis to the states on and a
4. Narrow aaundyeas o n OS, iEin v'A+ fOC..hrouded Glasgow street i before the end he was admitting 1 U.s.
"Ccnlfrmcii, CrnlcmcnHtmtmbtr/ u'e'rr senior, cihztntl"; 29 Tumult i P Monday night in front of the i that the possessions to Improve
S1 v'E' T'u Journey was too long public library services Secre.
Heart 30 Budge A 0 C R Odeon Theater ,
+ coming up with gravel buy: of Welfare
: 31 I l'ndrlll.nclcourln R u 0 E RICF'u! T [ S 'and sand Anthony J. Cele.
II Protvuve Witnesses said Miss Warwick he remarked in an i breeze announced today,
32 Ale: S E R F RiU T Ao stepped from a bus into the path 'allusion to the days of his youth
Clear About Fog Politics anti Security U. Olive a mu. 31 About A *! n S Hsi tt of the vehicle. She was 'n South Dakota when the well WASHINGTON (AP) The
33 } .
I -- treatedp
Altnnoon n Lined.11"It. s C R O C T f C w at I hospital for I was primed but earn up Atomic Energy Commission reports .
U you have trouble understanding The Republican task force that urged show TVR DCCD TO cuts, and returned to the theater I dry IU that cost of developingand

some of the Government's wide-ranging Preitdent Johnson to reveal nuclear 13lb.. HOIII 11RaJ.ha roe in time for her scheduled per. the candidate are tired, manufacturing atomic
programs, maybe Iti simply that their weapon undemanding with NATO t on vllal U EAIII"'I.1 SOLUTION OP TISTESDAY'S PUZZLI formance, but couldn't go on I I.tace. the public may well be both weapons have Increased since
"fo, Index" rating is too high Because, Reid I tired and bored with the whole :the limited nuclear t.It.bln
commander U extremetouchy !
invading an
as It turns out, a high fog index stems / 1?. Cherub U L.aI And ohm Ie'DOWN S de NEW YORK (AP) Former I(thing treaty: went Into effect.
to be troublesome to many program security area II Romlll I Frame President Harry S. Truman The AEC said Monday this
admlnlitrators themielvei Despite some confusion occasioned by t6 Manage 6 Beeage Humphrey, a former teacher wa* mainly
Mi later former Preildent m.gtwrara 47 2 FootbAll 7 Cafan and Dwight D. Eisenhower are I i a* well a* of cost
For instance, Joseph! M. Bubertton, obiervatlona, Fencing rtch cochairmen of a practicing pollti. related to the
safeguards In
Administrative Auiitant Secretary of Eisenhower did deplore injection Into apolitical 22. Tim dummlrt field\ yyr an honorarysponsors I clan, knows an audience's: atten. connection: with
Departmental Administration for the campaign of "_nlltlv. matters period U. Song bird S Deieow B letirsuon council of PlannedParenthood.World lion span Is limited LIb Gold t referring to the teethesreaty
that touch U. II able t9 Ptnud Population. water. he "Increased
Agriculture Department has asked the upon our national security 4 HaMmed pearls felt the candidates underground .
The organization soon will testing, malnte.aace
The tank force would have looked Arburasorr might be losing their audience.
various agency heads there to make launch n of weapons laboratories
a drive to collect $10
departmental communications clearerby brighter If It had consulted with thefarmer I J e S a r e s .s IO Due What to do about ItT How Ions sect developing ,
/: million to promote birth control I readlnesi
12 Beurned should the
US and NATO military com campaign laity
use of a fog index jspebtllty for the
among people who seek such conduct ofmospheric
This index li supposed to indicate mender while It was preparing the report / V,";. IJf 17 Lady from a assistant "They ought to be like the at< testa."
how many yean of education one mud Instead of the brief dlscuiatoa held Trey II j British elections If you cant
before the released. IS is'rc get your point WAS.HDJOTON (AP) An
have to understand a written statement just report was .' across la four ..
A letter with a tog Index of 11 is one Quite properly Gen. Eisenhower / : 20 31esirt .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. reds you ought to give it up," Republican laid Mooday that the
;/ ; ; 21 aeM4e aid GoI atlr. National Committee
pointed out that NATO command.
which can be understood 11.1by\ a the has a
high school graduate; a II-nttd letter er1 orders are 'part of the secret .ecurlty II II U J Humphrey, the vice president. '
tz'I Y 2{ EaerrkA .. ....,... alert, declined to"o.rS
can be grasped by a sixth grader Applying arrangement of the United MICNASL CMANCC Itl. suggested I* an NBC la. Sou .
the Index to current correspondence butei" II' .. "// 17 h 14I' THOMAS HAY CM. AMMitt lot lenrlew taped before flying off
21 enae MAMtHAU. WYAtT, A.v MaaaaarALISCT for a rest la the Report have Mid the
"Do Vtrgla
Mr. Robertson rate> it from a low you think. the former p..IeI'n'I.krd. Islands t surplus
J Z6 Taalu OFOVKA. MM'*. teat.DAYI0 rom Cllllpalp
of 100 a high, of 22 and he wants that the United States II benefited / JJJI that perkap both parties could taco donaUOOI wOllld
34.ontgad MtNMANSON Cue Mrwter S2 1II1UJoa
to It by detail bow the reach an understanding "that but a eommJt.
keep down around a comfortable dlKuwmg" In tt
36 MRS. LOUISE DAUt Omee Mr tee omclal
12. United Stales i> going to defend itself 1.JJ J. 0 : / PalaWgs might be well If we had our IIu lal4 It WOUld be

It would Indeed be nice If the index Do you went the Pmldent to tell the I.J.J J. Jl .. 36 SrMe Fra P" .4r,...} ...... .."*p( M......" political contentions la Septtm.r leas ne thuthal.
could help dUpel some of the fog thatenvelops public everything he is going to do, :0 0 sea isiasde ..:: .ayh yyew her than ta July and R1pots. Society, .
*tepublicu ..
Government operations. But every system he will use? fI er "J 44 {0 :: 1 rN11M :r"-: .. Na. August ..I'th IIIcI rpolld
hefsusdl 4M. Me,. HM. Mail tedeeaa P. 0.Vt That way, said group, suaeeted see .
we cant help wondering what would 1 don't think the use of nuclear / T.dled feu Humphrey eat tail of IndtpeocS.1m.
happen if everybody, at last given a weapons ahould be a campaign Issue drNpI Mleway 5.7151 M .11 there could be two week if ..'. btu IIItSooa1 com.
clear look at adminiitrator views a* Well sad by a competent military T---. t1 Pawl =. . I rather preparation' than aDd then a "'weei. teeounta.
expressed In 12th grade prose, discovered voice with the best Interests of his / SlmdaBMal a fared, canu
that they often _r'n't really II). country in mind.-CUveU4 f-Ui* 1.55,55 'S .5.5.1 tuw .>.er MMM I peign -/11'11."
log much at all-Wall Street Jeumt Dealer ,. ... U...... u -- 4405d suNla : -Act Oftte .t *.*>.. Me**.. Rep Data *. UonagM thinks THE .
ester ef Marta I, in? there should b* a Uw agalast COU.H COUNTY NEWS&bt

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,. COUim COUNTY NIWS. 11.11) Me,, Twt*}** No.-** Id l IH4 5, 1

Large Automatic Ice PlantTo ;

A' British Labor GovernmentFaces r j

Be Built In EvergladesBY

No Confidence Vote .

BILLIE D. SMITH ber 1961, from the Rifts Fish plant The site is coned for lit 11,. ,
EVERGLADES The contract Co., who established Us fish Industry. LONDON (AP) WIth Its hldoaaoo In the government's'
has been let for the am new wholesale business In 1 M. Many tons of tee per day will t4i1 first House of commons votes ..." They felt It tetnforcedWUeofi's
industrial type business In Ever. Sight shrimp boats operate be seed by Everglades Fisher *>h ,ihInd It, Britain's Labor ballet that his/ small
glades since 1936. Everglades from Everglades Fisheries. Fifteen lea, and Ice will be available for eOV"'lllJllt."t fared another tonight majority Is enough to allow him
Fisheries Inc. will start to workon tons of ice Is needed for sale to other consumers. and wu confident of sue to call the parliamentary tone.Sven .
the construction of an automatic each boat, every trip out for North Star Equipment Co.. will cesc. If defeated on a snap
tee plant capable of pro. shrimp. Ice to cool the fish Is Install new type automatic It e. H\ margin <>f seven votes, Commons vote, they said, Wilson
during 40,000 pounds of Ice per stored In the hold of the 55 making machinery for the new 30'1. t joc, prime Minister Har. could demand a formal vote
day. The building will have stor. foot boats, with a 17-toot beam. plant. Completion should be In old MINE'S I Laborites Monday of confldeno next day and |et
age capacity for 100 tons. Two boats, the "Tammie" and January- Hughes states they hopeto night Mealed a Conservative it. Thus, barring an upheaval
Since the old tee plant closed the "FIcky.Marle" are owned by open the completed plant by attttk on their pledge to na.tlonalue inside his own party he would
to Everglades approximately one the fish company. Ice is also used the middle of January. Being steel prOOu lon. The be unlikely to lots office Urn*,
and oneJialf years ago,wholesale In cooling the shrimp while they completely automatic, It will require vote\ night. was on a Conserve untarlly and could pick his own
fish houses In Everglades and are prepared for shipping. Head. only supervisory manpow.er MRS. lame \ TAUT KATHERINE BLACKSHEAR ELLEN CAWTRELLArea's ttve HUM Ion of no lonfldenco In time for calling new elections to .
Chokoloskee have had to import log Is done at the fish house. which will be furnished by Wilton's government seek a bigger mandate.
their Ice, by truck. Most of the A large fleet of pompano, mu!. the fisheries personnel The government1. margin of The government' closed the '
Ice has been purchased In Iro. let, mackerel and trout boats victory was likely to be larger debate Monday night with con
mokalee an 80-mlle round-trlo docks at Everflades. All must KIYINDU8TRYFI.hinl First Cooking School tonight The nine Liberal mom. siderUtle room to maneuver M'
from Everglades carry lee to preserve the fish. commercially Is the tiers, who )Joined the Conserva the steel Issue, the most controversial
Everglades Fisheries Inc., only Industry In the Evergladesarea fives In voting against steel nat. part of its program.
wholesale nah and shrimp deal DUE TO START other than the tourist bus. urallution, were expected to The Labor program calls for
ers, with Leon Kenney president mess for a few winter months abet aln. "necessary public ownership"
and William Hughes,vice Hughes stated that the contractfor each year. Nearly all who re. For two hours Monday nine of the Industry Power Minister
president and general manager the building had been award. side In the Everglades area de. Nov. 18-19 At Tahitian CoveCollier Scottish Laborites were ground Fred Lee, la elaborating the
has been operated since the pur. ed to Bert Humperys, building pend on commercial fishing In ed by fog In Olaagow. Since the government case, demandedstate
chase of the business in Septem. contractor from St. Petersburg. one capacity or another. Ever government normally has only ownership of "the main b
Work should start the early part glades Fisheries, Inc. believes Countlans attendingthe Ing class will demonstrate pre Collier County News will give a five-vote majority) In Com. part of the tnduntrv
of this week on a site adjacentto that Everglades will progressIn "Portraits In Food" cookIng paration of foods for Thanksgiving three half-year subscription) mons and two Labor members
Rotary To Hear the present fisheries building this activity. school the first ever with the second sessionto at each cooking school session. were Ill, Wilson appeared to Of Law
pre Majesty
and extending to the Lee County "We believe In the future of seined be devoted to Christmas Mrs. Tan said many of the face defeat alter' only M daysIn J
In the
Edison Prexy At Electric Cooperative building Everglades and we are Invest will learn how to area not onty foods. gourmet foods prepared each office. An adverse vote would Spirit Of Justice .\
which housed the former Ice ing In it, and we feel that thereis prepare jour- Top prize to be given away morning will be presented to have forced him to resign.
Wednesday MeetDr. no better time to expand than met Thanksgiving and Christmas free at each of the two morning members of the audience. The Laborites made It from Face Each Other ''I1
at the present time," Hughes foods-but will have an Glasgow in time for the vote,
So Collier Hiof
Charles sessions will be a portable County gourmet ( ) Spirit "
presidentof win host of
staled opportunity to a cooks both women and men and the fug kept two Confervatlves ,' Justice has joined Majesty of
Edison Junior College, Fort Car Driver Hits television set. Don Wyrm,own ,'1
With the completion oUh.deepwater prizes too. away from London. But
are asked to make i Law at the new Rayburn House
Myers will address the Naples ship's channel the Bar. The school will be held on er of Sunshine Foodway will arrangements Million ordered all Laboritesweekending Office,I
Rotary Club at Its Wednesday Ambulance, Gets give three (that's 3) loIb.Ir.( now so they will be freeto Dulldlng
is deep capitalIn
ron River, Everglades a Wednesday Nov. 18,and Thursday outside the The blgger4han4lfe statues of rlj
luncheon meeting at the Beach Traffic Ticket water port with over eight feet Nov. 19, at the Tahitian keys at each of the two sessions. attend the two day cooking the future to get back by ,tested figures face each other
Club Hotel, program chairman depth at low tide. It is consider Cove auditorium Admission Small electric appliances school on November 18-19 at train If a critical rote was across, the broad expanse of '.v
George Vega has announced. Mrs Donn Klorn, 1980 Harbor ed a great probability that Ever. Is free. The auditorium doors and other merchandisealso the TahltUn! Cove auditorium: scheduled. i stepsat the front of the building "d

tributes Since to Collier the financial County main.con. Lane, was charged with falling glades will attract similar Indus will OIeIt.t 8t30 a.m.and classes will be presented free to Admission will be free, of Lab to yield the right of way to an trial businesses. persons In the audience. The course considerable psychological slg j for[ occupancy In January,
tenance of the college, and a emergency vehicle, following a will get under way at 9i30 ...Itt
number of local students attend collision at 8:54 o'clock Sunday s.m.

the tans school to take Vega advantage urged of Rotar.the North night at Trail the Intersection did 22nd of....the,.. Seniors Shown sored Portraits by Sunshine InFoodisco-spon-Foodway. t ::::::::::::::::t::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: ::. ::::::::::::::=: jJ tod

opportunity to hear Dr. Rollins nue with a Richard A. Pitt man Florida Power and Light Company are
report on latest developmentsthere. ambulance driven by Thomas Movie On Cost and The Collier County .!t

Reahard of Bonlta Springs Dally News Several local appliance -
According to police reports, as Of Voter dealers will have Coming to NaplesWednesday
the ambulance, with its siren Apathy"Where special Items on display In 1.1
going pulled out to pass Mrs. .
Wanted: Home Klorn who was traveling southon Were You?" -- the auditorium.
The school will be conducted and III
the Trail, pulled Into its path a movie dramatizing the real thursday
by Mrs, Rebecca Tan Miss
For 300PoundLion attempting a left turn into the reason and need for all persons ,
(Catherine Blackshear and Miss
Hlsler Standard gas station at
take In
to pan elections was yvrrtnrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
of 22nd Avenue. Ellen Cantrell, all of the home
the corner :
shown the Senior Citizens
For Free Damage was estimated at $100 Club of Naples at Monday's service department of Florida NOV. 18 19 ,
to the ambulance and at $20 to Power & Light Co. (4

WILLOW GROVE Pa. (AP>-, the car. Officer Charles I:.Jones meeting. Mrs. Tan said the first cook- riT Iiet
made the investigation for the Nearly 140 members and -_ II
Looking for a full grown, 300.
pound lion for your backyard? police department. guests of the Senior's group- II Mil
Howard Sautter has one and the biggest attendance of theorganization's 7 Brothers In ( Is
he's looking for a new home for current season
Leo mmmm sat for 28 minutes of the Ford One Family: In I I II

"He's tame, and so crippledthat Motor Company's presentationof ')n it
he can't Jump two feet, and a typical election. It showed World War II I 1

I'll pay $1,000 to"anyone who can By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP how the apathy of many good WASHINGTON (AP) if you I
he Sautter says. Televlslon.Radlo Writer u.N
prove roars citizens of
permitted a group know of a family whose military .
But local authorities say Leo NEW YORK (AP) A pair of
unscrupulous politicians to rig service record equals or tops
must rooo4/\d he will late starters the season's
go Joined and that of the
control the election of an seven KJera brothers
"It's a lot better to be sure 1 new television programs Mon. unqualified candidate.The the Veterans Administrationwould ... .. ...._.. ....... .
that he rood now
Jonathan Win.
gets day night NBC's .
to hear from
than to keep him longer and haveto 1 ten in \ ttrst special and club's meeting saw the you. -
give him away quick later," ABC's Las Crane, who hopes to return of President Walter Ha r- "Do record the?" Kjera the VA brothers wed pub.holda 1I -
said Sautter 52, a gas station compete with Johnny Carson for rls who was back from his homeIn llcly today. PORTRAITSADMISSION
operator who has kept Leo in a the late evening viewers. Ohio,although Vice President It's a timely question as the
in his backyard or the garage 1 Robert Thomas he
cage Winters, who has an imaglna.tlve presided as nation prepares to observe Vet.
for the past 21 months wtyx>ut style all his own, has since the club's open crane Day Wednesday, the VA 1
Sometimes, Sautter would even opened the hour smashingly He October 19. Harris pointed out, for the seven Kjera 1
take Leo out on Jobs with him, Introduced a number of charac. Peggy Wiggins the "Sunshine brothers all served In World
seating him on the tow truck ten as De Gaulle, Khrushchev
Girl of the occasion: and she War iliThe
seat beside him. even Cary Grant u he stood
But, the Abington Townshipcommlsslonersafter 1, with a puppy in his arms. Then was unanimously. brothers saw service In
receiving a he brought on a dear old lady Eunice Powers took over the the Army the Navy and the Air 1i
petition from Sautter's netboraruled .', carrying an apple pie, followed piano In place of Oble O'Brien Corps. Sis of them served over i -
that Leo was a public by two cute kids, one carrying aflag. who, it was announced has left seas, and those sis are still Uv.
nuisance and would have to go. Naples for Pon Charlotte. Ing. Each of them had at least I
Sautter at first said he would "That's It, folks,"he confided, Vice President Thomas also three years service. I
fight It. "He doesnt bother anybody .'. beaming benevolently. "Some announced that State Representative They were born In Prairie
," he said. "I'm going to get:: thing for everybody We're go. Lorenzo Walker will be Township, Pope County, Minn.,
a lawyer and fight this all the 1 log for the ratings tonight guest speaker st the next meet the sons of Mr. and Mrs.AndrewJ. 1 Ln
way. folks." tog November 16. He will tell Kjera
But, Sautter told a newsman This was followed by a bright the club members about the They are Ingvald, 81, Warren,
Monday night that he b a.| satire on all those prairie Ohio; Edwin, 58, Fairbanks,
changed his mind and has told'I schooner movies and television Kerr-kf1Us ActpassedbyCon- Alaska; LeonsTd M, Billings,
the Abington Township comrals.' shows, with Winters playinghe gress several years ago and Mont.; Gerhard, 92, Billings
loners in this Philadelphia sut' wagon master and being hisa under which the states may obtain Chester, 48, Freeport, 111., Har. : :
urb that he'll get rid of Leo |I outrageous best. matchlng-fund: .'from the vey, 44, Pinole,Calif.,and Alarle 1
soon as be can find a properborne Subsequent< bits did not move Federal Government In medical who made his home In Spokane,
for him. quite a* happily. Winters is a assistance for aged per Wash at the time of his deathin 1
He has no ill feelings toward 1 most urn lual Inventive fellow sons. 1992 1 ,
most of the neighbors who 1 I and to m ny of us is wildly fun.
signed the petition, he said In ny, but I suspect he Is not ev.erybody's 1
an 1nt.rvl"" dish 1
"Of the SO or so who signed 1 I ABC's favorite adjective In _
the petition I've bad trouble describing Les Crane and his IN FOOD
with Just 12," he contended new nightly conversation show
"One woman who signed the' is "explosive." a appeared,
petition," he related, "did M]|I unfortunately that somebody
without ever seeing or hearing>: forgot to keep the powder dry 1I
the lion When she came and I for the first show.Recommended .
looked at him, she apologized 1 tonight "That
admitting site was wrong Was the Week That Was," NBC. I
"I sent her a bouquet of flow' 9:30.10 EST Telephone Hour,
ers," Hitter said. with Henry Fonda u host and I
Florence Henderson John Raltt
and Barbara McNair as soloists. I

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I Miami Central Too Much


For Naples Eagles, 19-0

I SPORTS] BY DAVID LYON Then Donald Walker dashed 11]I led from the lour QaanIr1IMk

,a,1.- Central's yards up the middle to midfield,, Ralph Angulo passed. t o MMI
. . . . . WkD first.year -players taatt the vet. and the senior tailback followedwith I Parks for too point that made It
around 119-0
their sixth another Il.yard gain
eran Naples Eagles
the side. Townsend found I I AS time ran out, Naples again
6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pUi. Fl.. Tu.id.y Novwnkw 10 .IU4 seasonal loss,19-0 at Gerry Cur. right
Ir1rI end Hue Ritchie for a ....""- moved the ball for a couple of
I us! Park before about 700 fane
yard aerial gain to the 31, but plays before an Interception seal ,
Saturday night three running plays netted only ed the shutout defeat Billy Bry.
It Central's third
was straight
one yard, Central taking over. an ripped off a 18-yard gain and
shutout l victory and boosted 'the
Hawks Romp To 4th The host team scored in five Carter Bryan passed to Ritchie
Rockets to a 4.24 record for their
plays Particularly damaging for 14 more yard before theEagles
first season of football Naples, lost the ball
were two quick openers that went
above average In experience and
ability this year has produced for 12 and 41 yards, Carl W al. Central coach Carl Mosso,who

Straight Over TiceNaples only a victory and a tie In eight ton and Mike Buttermore carry 1 once coached a Miami pro foot.

I;a/nes ing Eventually fullback Butter ball team, appears to have donea
The disappointing season more punched acres* from the good job with his ftret.yeer

Hawks 96-pound football Fullback Griffin gained seven r has little more than two weeks to two to make the scot* Ml. players. With M boys dressed out
Naples came back with Walker Saturday, Moeeo has plenty of '
run On Friday Naples will closeout
team rolled to Its fourth yard two carries, Billy
handuff from
taking a material to work with Central's
its home schedule
straight victory Saturday night Longshore ran for a first down, solid against a on a T-formatlon play for a 1 2. enrollment Is three times as '
Setting team. The Eagles
defeating the Tlce Tigers and four playa later Tucker
visiting will be Idle the following Friday yard advance But Carter Dry large as Naples
by a 26-0 score. came In to throw a first-down before finishing' the year with a an's pass toSteveClark was pick*

After an early I -season tie with pass to Aruao Cross Griffin Thanksglvlng-eve visit to Okee. ed off by Central's Dan Maddox, ONE OUT, TWO READY

South Miami and a tough 7-6 took a handoff and scored from thobee and the Rockets moved 64 yards Naples mentor Jerry Morris
loss at Pinellas F Park, Coach the 11 to wrap up the score ":-\\11: 'I 11.\1 1 ,, II .th 11I, \\' Ilho ii B,II'rdt (i1 I ) Ilhl1: warns Naples High showed little Improve. In three plays to make It 12.0.DAZZLFB ,credited Ritchie with playing a '

John lamurrl's Hawks have ( I hili"I Iititf \ ,,,<1"1"" I, 11"1" 1 'i.I1'h, Furl tin 1 )K! I is I halJ"I 1 s III"1 I assll: ment Saturday night from its play good game Another senior end,

posted two victories apiece over ing.Later in the third period Arl'.runltI, \ II 'J "111 ll'a'krr'' ) aid 'Ion Ai'not I 'that thr, K't'ol-'I-: tt'xtui'ei In previous weeks The Eagleshad DEFENSE Richard Woodruff, was InjuredIn

on the \I III I. "f'ath"r toiuh" It all hiippiixd Mstndav Two running plays gained a
Tice and Shadowlawn. each team got a drive going. grteu 1"11 several good gainers, but the early going and will sit
The at tin fit\ .It'' I ;"Id.I ( ; t dining torn of the and couldn't yard each, and on third down
Hawks wUl be idle this but lost the ball on intercep- I a i in w !Coif course a111n.Ilrnll put enough of them to- out Friday's Sebrlng game be.
week tions. Gratton picked off a / I Ith 1111" alms t t", .tulle t i rnnlulumut/ plans fot'i ,a i formal opening of gather; to sustain a drive that Central caught Naples defenders cause of cracked ribs Clark
and will travel to Puma Gorda flat-footed with a fancy doublereverse *
the week for Tlce pass and Rick Land rum (' IK'rrst I rwrl'IIUnn' i fault .\' in/ tin anii (S<'.. story ) threatened the Central goal Naplel' play.Re..nequar.terback ]got in some action and should
following a con- deepest penetration was to pass be ready for extensive play this
the ball back for the Ti- ( photo)
got Robinson third
test with the Tiny Tarpons. the 24. Gary week So should tackle Al
Naples took the kick- gers. Good defensive work on the double reverse, arched along 1
opening;: Hackney
off and marched 60 yards to marked the scoreless fourth Golden Gate Course play about December 1, but the DRIVE FALTERS pass downfield that Maddox Morris said he hopes the home
quarter New formal opening will be held In caught in stride on the 10. He
score. Big gainer in this ser- Neither team could move In the coming( preparations will perk up
lamurrl credited Grafton January. He proposed that the but late In first stepped Into the end zone to com
early the
ies was Bill Tuclcr's: pass to going, (the Eagle Sebrlng has a ..3
Alec Winters for a advance Jim Decker and Lance Stahl- affair be made a service and period Naples obtained three first plots the 62-yard play record and scored 60 points at '
man for playing! well. It was civic club sponsored event downs on successive plays before Naples again showed signs of ,Fort Meade the other night while
Dec. 1 1
around To
end for JoeyGr.tton the touchdown ran but Stahlman's first game on defense Ready Play ; Golden Gate Estates will bogging down on Central's 31. fullback moving the ball, as Walker and Naples coaches watched the of.

a and the coach was furnish prizes for numerous con. Frank Townsend passed 18 yards Billy Bryan ran for good fensive display from the stands,
penalty nullified It. Grafton particularly tests for players from gains, and Walker completed a '
the teen
to Alan Foster, with John Bass The Eagles, it appears, will have
then circled end again to the pleased wihhlswork. aje bracket on through the sen.lors recovering Foster's fumble, for little pass to Townsend for six ,their hands full.

one, and Tucker sneaked across Formal Opening Jan. 9.10 He suggested that each ser the Eagles' Initial first down. more yards to Central's 32 But Nap Central

for the score. Grafton vice or civic club might take one Walker's pass for Clark was too First downs 11 13

ran In the extra point. Sailing Club A formal opening of the City rung. managing director, at a event and sponsor It during the short, and David Brockmlere Yards rushing 90 1111

Tucker intercepted a pass (>f Golden Gale Golf and Count i.> luncheon attended by many are a two-day formal opening affair. Shadowlawn snagged it to give Central pos Yards passing 137 81
session >.
JO stop Tins, but Naples fum- Hub Is planned fur January 9 residents Proposals were for a Juniors j P asses Sol7 3..
bled the ball. The Hawks Meets TonightThe and 10. The annonur' it waS ,limn Mid the first nine hole| tournament, both boys and girls, As time ran out in the first Intercepted by I 3
away half Van Weeks hit Bob Koch
it back made yesterday i by got again soon on alice test, and nearest-the-pin con. with a 21-yard pass and Weeks I
Naples balling Club wlU Fumbles lost 0 1
fumble on the Naples 42. tests. It was suggested that similar found Ritchie for a slx.yard gain
meet tonight at 8 at the home punt.-avr. 3.39.'"
Gratton took a handoff and Pinellas ParkThe to the Central 27
activities be held for men I
(of Jack Mossmer 672 16th Penalized 18 n
sprinted 68 yards around right Avenue South and women, Including the senior Naples continued to move the Naples 0 0 0 0- 0
Improving Shadowlawn I ball In the third Foster ..
end for the score that made it On the agenda for the meeting citizensA quarter. ,Central 018 0 7 19
130. i will be adoption of bylaws and planning committee was nsm.ad Wildcats youth football team stole a Central pass to put the I

Tlce was forced to punt on
the next series, and tailback I ., and a meeting date of Petersburg Saturday night | 46 Ritchie pounded out a

Gratton returned It 60 yards Meaner Mid all friends of Monday, November 16, was sug.tested. while losing a 21-6 decision 17-yard gain on an end-around Harry BillieImpresses
It will be luncheon for a first down at the Central
for Naples' third touchdown. sailing' whether they have met ( a to the strong unbeaten PInel-
Two penalties ruined two sue- with the group before or not, meeting at the Golden Gate club las Park Thunderbirds. InCatcher's

are "most welcome" to attend house The Shadowlawn touchdownwas
cessful extra-point attempts j the Named to the committee yesterday BOG DOWN AGAIN
and the third try was short, going meeting Olio"After "and see what's were Lee Grimes, Rotary only the second scored Carter Bryan contributed a

19-0. ; Don Page, Lions: Frank against the Thunderbirds this seven.yard gain and brother Billy SpotHarry

Tice then made its most serious Uslnowlcz, Exchange, Will Wood. season. Naples Hawks got the 1 ran for a first down at the 25.

bid to score, driving to L UI, Klwants.Hrs: .PeggyPlttman, other In a 7-6 Thunderbird 1 But a reverse lost three yards a Billie who plays a

the Hawks' one-yard line before 20 Years, hospital auxiliary; Frank Kerri victory last month. Most of
time ran out on them at Morrison Ar ran, library; J, D Roan,schools, the Pinellas Park wins have 'and a flat pass was good for caught the second gameof
(three yards to the 24 the Eagles' Sunday's Pittsburgh-Milwau
the half. Tlce' drive was and Tom Abbott, Greater Naples been lopsided shutouts against ,
aided Hole-In-One fI Men's Golf Association Other teams In the Tampa Bay area. deepest penetration It was no kee rookie league doubleheaderat
by a pass-Interference
I it members will be named. beat the Wildcats !deeper because on fourth down West Palm Beach and "did
They at Na-
penalty t 30-yard pass to After 20 years of playing golf, This committee will decide on pies three weeks Walker's pass to Koch fell Incom. a beautiful job,"Rollie Rice re-
ago, 34-0. ,
speedy Dave McKnight. He Herbert R Morrison of Rich entry fees, which has been proposed |plete I.. ports. .

was brought down on the one mond, Va., finally made the 1 at $1 for tournaments anda Next Saturday Shadowlawn Central tboT, Q''KlDIId, ground '. This fall 'Pittsburgh moved I I'
aryl time expired after the next magic circle He scored a hole. 'Jt; smaller fee for Individual con. will return to the scene of Its Blllle its
40-man control
play, an Incomplete pass. In-one yesterday at the Beach tests The committee will decide first victory and play the Tlce 'running plays Buttermore and up to

lamurrl used his second defensive Club course, sinking his tee shot how fees collected will be divld. Tigers again at Lee Junior- Walton slashed through Naples' roster so no other major league

.. ed, to one organization or Senior I defensive line for good gains, club would have a chance to
1S0 WUdI
team throughout the on the *yard seventh hole ... among High field. The
He inserted his second ; I the various clubs participating.It cats shut out the Tigers a and eventually Buttermore scor draft him this winter. Billie
game. Morrison used a 8.1 ron for the will formulate detailed plans, week then reported to Pompano
offensive unit as the second half Job He wound up with a 95 card. I( with the assistance of Golden ago 19-0. Beach to work In the Florida
Pinellas Park scored In the
opened. The Hawk reserves i 9 Gate personnel for the formal instructional
Playing with the ace-shooter at first quarter Saturday after league.
Winters New CommitteeNow
quanerbacked by responded opening.
Blllle's second
Sunday was
Robert Wllkoc of
the time were blocking a Shadow lawn punt at
by sustaining s touch- Sarasota and Edward L. Dunhamof time behind the plate this fall.
the 35-yard line. It took seven
down drive. Bruce Griffin
the ball for Naples by pickingoff got Richmond. Moorings Ladies'Title plays for the T-Birds to score, In ChargeAt He shortstop.has been employed In his first mostlyat time

with end-around -
a 12-yard accounting
a Tlce pass. ,the Morrison's first hole-ln-one perfect at the shot Beach was BILL VACU ((11 I ). pro nt th.' Golden Gate Golf Tourney for the touchdown Palm RiverRobert as catcher, Billie picked up two

,--- Club this C'ouist', and In; n t'. K Jung manHginic director, hits.On
year, according to Jim.
BeaGolden my Duffy, assistant to Pro Paul taught in a moon'tit of consultation previous to Opens'Vednesday MOUNT OFFENSIVEThe Russell has been named Sunday, he got another

Bell Odds against 1& hole-ln-one yesterday's meeting at the Golden Gate clubhouseto The Moorings Women's Golf East Naples club began chairman: of a three-man executive chance to catch, and Bll'ie

Gate are high, with most golfers com. study preliminary plana for a formal opening Association held Its regular to make offensive noises In the : committee to manage day. cracked two hits in three timesat

pletlng an entire lifetime with. of the golf course Target dates for the formal weekly play last Wednesday at the second quarter, as quarterback today affairs at Palm River bat after going hitless In the
out one Moorings Country Club, with low c Golf: and Country Club and Palm opener of the doubleheader.
opening are January 9 and 10 (NEWS photo) Jerry Cooksley dashed around
net to I River Estates. Other membersof
going Virginia Edwards. end for 22 yards and a first Pittsburgh won both ends, 9-
Guest Second low net went to E. Du. the committee are! Carl An. S and 3-0, as the pitcher Billie
Dane.Pairings. down. detach j and H. F "Buck" Weaver
for the In the third period, Pinellas i caught notched a three-hitter.
Park made It 14-0 with a Announcement of Rice drove over to take In
tournament which Wed. sustained the commit.
Stiff Competition Marks nesday are as kulowstCHAMPIONSHIP opens drive of 68 yards. Sha- tee appointment followed a re. the action and brought Billie

dowlawn retaliated by scoring cent: meeting of the board of back to Naples to stay over

rriEiEiGAS FLIGHT In two plays after the kickoff directors. The newly appointed yesterday on the Seminole'

8U Edwards vs Cochrun.8fSO Steve Johnson carried for 15 group: will act in the absence of day off.

Carr vs Brewer. the board of directors, holding
iMixed to the wildcat 35, then
TourneyCompetition 8t58 .. DuBane vs Reeves yards halfback Evans sprinted regular meetings and keeping
9:00 Abbott vs Smith. written reports of activities for J
55 yards around left end for t the directors

the touchdown that made It 14-
was tight all the sored by the Edgewater Beach Barbara Wolfe,89 at The MoorIngs FIRST FLIGHT Officers of the corporation are _
HOel1n and 80 9:03 Chance Shelton. 6. Evans got good blocking obert Russell, president, Carl
way in the 36-hole first annual Apartment cooperationwith at Big Cypress, vs
Tn the two golf clubs. Each 9:10 Pfeltfer vs Aldrldge from Cooksley and Oly Cowles Anderson, executive vice presi 1
-County Invitational Mixed 149.Dick 91U .. Brunt vs P. Jones. on this run.Pmetas. d dent; H F. Weaver, secretary
Twosome team played 18 holes on each Vance was Individuallow
Golf Tournament 1.
9:20 .. Johnston vs Savage.HalicekToHe Park added a fourth- and William Clegg, treasurer
played Saturday and Sunday at of the two courses. gross winner in the men's touchdown 'lInaln1:h. board of directors consists
The Doth low gross and low net competition with 62 at The r period on a Russell I
Moorings and Bg( Cypress, ed drive, though it took three ofi Weaver Anderson,
with top honors being dividedIn team titles ended in ties. Virginia Moorings and 14 at Big Cypress Clegg: Laurl Purola, Novel
for the
a number of categories. Edwards and George Dun- 136. In a close second plays winners to put ,la Arnn, Anthony Blumel, and
the ball from the
Hfiyfour couples played in up, Jr.. of the Beach Club, was G. Dunlap, Jr., with 65- For Action across twoc:. F McCurdy.
the event. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eldrldge 18-137. yard The golf course la now open

The tournament of Fon Mytrs Country Ctab Mrs. R. Baker of Big Cypress Wednesday Night Bill Cooksley! said even days each week, with Pete I
was r---
spon- Keith McDuffle. Terry Conant. Condones: in charge of the club.
u''I." oar 11u t battled to a tie for low net and Andy Burxeae. of
d I raS,11rw1' honors at 388.Barbara Cape Coral took Individual low Oly Cowles, Evans, Mike Coth-i h ouse, assisted by Paul Craig
,' ,, BOSTON (AP) Boston ex. and who is on duty each Monday
.aa111n ron, Jerry Cooksley wereamong
a11g. "I
Wolfe and honor with 137 and
George net 1 128, U have
e., .. peels handyman John Golfers playing the course re.
II who turned In
1 air "I 4'r Ih THEBjp& players
Guy. representing the HoletotheWall respectively. Havlitek ready<< for action when cently have been heart "GIRLS
,8 "Irrr g,tI'I \ all,,,,, r Rood work for the Wildcats. to re.mark IT'SWONDERFUL"
Golf Club, turned A highlight of the tournament: the unbeaten Celtics resume favorably about the Improv

C 'tall I'S t thaI Cur,I air YII I I In a low gross team score of was a hole-tn-one shot executed -, action here. Wednesday night The local team arrived a Hi playing conditions Weaver

218. but had to share. the top on Saturday by Polly Nest against Saa Francisco little tate at the ball park Rated Sunday that plane call for

FREE FLORIDA ORANGES team honors with the Edwards- The perfect shot was made on and had to rush out of the cars c Havlitek has
Dunlap team which also posted the seventh hole at The Moor- four with missed the last and onto the field without much fur and water, with an aimo TRcr ... ,
FREE TRADING STAMPS Gca' a score of ... Ings. In the foursome getting left knee water on Ma time to get organized before t: have the
FREE FI8HINCKN Individual low gross Morta the thrill of a hote-tn-one& were. the game. for the seasoe. ,... p .. .. 'onoe

,NI,, BAI< ANn IACwvflFREE tl I,? ANO for women showed another tie. Mr. and Mrs. C. West of Cape .. 111.E 111.1 11.L,11.L1.A.111.1.a1.- ..111.11J..1.1.T7ennnnyerePt1a ..." .f' P I (,DU" '

AUTO TOUR !" COUNTRY The winners were Mrs. Vera Coral and Mr. and Nn.C.Carrof r7PR1 1' ye7 vvnnnnnnnn nn non ccc. .. .' Caloric r rOn'

I MOot I MM II I ((;ANT Derg 68, at The Moorings and apla. .-, "0 .., Rodooo8'0" \,
Napts 11 OHIO*, and '( r '' '
CLUBwith 81 at Big cypress 1-Wj\ ''0. )


PLANE RIDE the tat / sincerely the honor bestowed "\
'. I AN'' appreciate on me by

In Sowthweit ': MIAMI

for flcridq DISTRICT FLORIDA in electing me to a sixth term Gt lk7i
TO* AT TH* Country Club -

YELLOW LIVINGOOLFINQ New Year Round Daily Schedule ui the Untied States Howe of Representative GAfitANGtTODAY

I pledge my continued full-time efforts to effectively
AND BLUE Naples To Miami

U ..... (lie....,,h., C.H D. C. AT
MKtlU.I 745AM 1130 A M 345PM: represent our area in Washington, \
OOO SIGN ctotfihM ft* els! ,. I


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Dame EGLER'S 88 Players Show Up :

till Tops O R N E R y IIA7EL ABRAHAtA60NJi I For Bridge TourneyBY


C J McMURRY 2.9623 Mr Mamie Took topped with
Grid Listy l 12k 2nd, tile Virgil Waltee 113;;
The Friday night game of the 3rd, tile McMurrys U"/ ; eta, r
Maples Duplicate Bridge Club the Saris Wheeler UlVt; 5th,
THE ASSOCIATED FREES: witnsd some tight play and Mrs. Joe B. Johnson-Mrs A. R r 6t
Notre Dam li the No 1 team using this statement reffu. Draughon 108.Est.Wi. 4
am country for the second laxly) tbs largest attendance of Eugene ParkerJCdUCagnln
might week, but the unbeaten with 14 Vi 2nd
this season Twenty-two tables, won ; ,the
tab must make a wrong how. 88 players and unfortunately,w* Oeorr Smith lUVi; 3rd, the
4 against Michigan State this had to turn away four more who Harry Bauer U71.;; 4ttI,the Earl
aturday to receive another would lake to have participated, LaMe U8Vi; 8th, the H. 8. Lead. .
>ote of confidence f but who arrived after play had .r* 108V4; Ito, the J.D.Summer ,.:
The Associated Press panel of t 5 started. lOBVi.

port* writers and IpOrtlCalt.nlaced Vic Pennywltt directing dl. Quests were Mr. and Mrs J.
Notre Dame at the head Relnhart. P.M{
t. vlded the player Into two aee.
the major college Top Ten + / lions, of 12 and 10 tables "\;, *
gain this week but only by 1)nts 1
North-South of the White IIC. HOW COMET ".
over Alabama the South. ton, the team d Mrs Joyce The division of 22 tables Into irt ... ,
astern Conference champion. a .Ltu1 't1 t II ill %1Ctllt Tnny-Mrs L McBurney con. section of 12 and 10, rather than s
A shaky 17.15 victory over slderably Into two of 11 table each brought
outpaced the other
,tt last Saturday, coupled with scorers with their 172 point forth a question as to the rea.son. RHINO WITH AN ITCHThis rhinoceros .la not exactly a
.abama'a 17-8 triumph over it 9 against average of 132. This re. Perhaps the most cogent otis family pet but according to his handlers it'. aa "genUe ai
xxilslana State, another mem. ; '.. .,.:: suited In a percentage game of 1* that the club possesses but a lamb A resident of the Taronga Park Zoological Gardensin
r of the Top Ten left the Irish .652. Second: were Mrs R. E: two sets of boards numbered Sydney Australia the rhino enjoy having Its stomach
,1th a sUm lead, built on 28 of West.Mrs M W. DlnkmeyerI49V4 from I to 32. H 11 tables are scratched.

1 first-place votes. i ; 3rd, Mr and Mrs M. Hare played, to make a game of satis.

Alabama replaced Ohio States rls U8i, 4th, Mrs.C. P Adams. factory length three board per ,definitely a fact that eleven tab. ector" In Vic's .section so I
> runner-up, receiving 11 first. Gene Moor Jr. 142; 5th,the Hat. table are required an number ]** In a section simplifies things. assume the players there control.
lace rates The Buckeyes turn 33 I I. non-existent with us.
ry Peters 139'i and 6th, Admlr. led their excitement sufficiently
,led to seventh following their al and Mrs M. Schoeffel IS3>/i.EastWest Why not two board per table Last Friday worked out rea. to count the cards before plac.
to Penn State.Unbeaten tonably I well. I am sure there
7.0 loss
: ; The Pennywltts That would mean only 20 boards log them back In the board
Arkansas and Ne> would be played and most of us airs four team who will agree
first with 1S4 points; 2nd, Mrs That' a gentle hint for the fu.
,risk and onceJjeaten Texas t to: that statement The three ca
June Haschka-Mrs. J. Roodhouse addict (1 almost wrote nuts) tur*.
acts advanced one spot to third, feet minimum of 24 and M* In the Pink Section (In which
152V4; tied at 146 In 3rd and 4th a a maximum II ) Everyone who so desires,
and fifth f! called the movements) when 14
ourth respectively. of 27 Just about fills out
3n were the Dr. John Franklin and member and guests, who are ak
bolted I cards turned In one hand on
from nowhere up
Michigan I the nicely
William Franklin. R. Mul. way welcome will haw another
o sixth while Oregon State LEAGUE' LEADERS Pictured from left to right are Bill Jones, lent 5th, the James Walkers 141, Without going Into all the tech. I separate occasions caused only a go next Friday November 13,
moved into the Top Ten in members ,if the 6thth nlcalltles of other reason whyin modicum 1 of confusion. Also the at the Woman' Club
Join: KIJiifltT( Mike 'ours and Eddie, Turner league JMacDonalds 140; 7th.Mrs. at 7i30p.m.
Ighth place. leading Hoy Smith Realtor team of the Brooksidc Mixed Prepsters Alice Denham Mr*. Wll. 11 table setup does not work I race between sections to see Suffer not the fate of the four
, LSU, one of five of the elite to kinson satisfactorily In the Mitchell'which would finish first was aleoll
138. who arrived too late the putFrld.y
award received for bowling duplicate
use last Saturday dropped to league. John Klingler is holding movement at least without a I a dead heat
Pink Section North, outh .A v. and also don't lt Fridaythe
,Inth, and Georgia Tech slipped games. snags 108. Mrs. A. K. Gollntk. treat deal of difficulty, It Is I didn't heir anyone call "Jlr. 13th add to your worries.
o 10th. Florida and Purdue fell
.iut altogether League standings will not be I MID -- -----

In seeking Its eighth Victory published each day as has been
otre Dame plays a team It
the case the past two weeks,

late asnt he ensuing has defeated knocked period sine off the Michigan 1954.Irish In but the Tuesday will hereafter editions of appear the Collier in Kick off the fun with new

, ven times, The Spartan. also County News. Keglers
re fresh from a 21.7 victoryhat Korner.however, will continueto
( knocked Purdue out of the appear dally. Bowlers are
. Cop Ten and out of the lead In asked to call your reporter If irrr
he Big Ten. you have news that should be

The Top Ten with t1rst.placeo included In the column .
t e. in parentheses, and

1. Notre Dame (26) 380 CHEVRON.

2. Alabama (11)) 367 ROLLING BROOKS ?
3. Arkansas (3) 334
4. Nebraska 283 WON LOST
5. Texas 220 Pumpkin Bay 27 9 I
8. Michigan 184 Snapper Creek 23 13
7. OhJo St.t. 138 Henderson Creek 21 15

8. Oregon State (1)) 114 Isle of Capri 191/2 1ft 1/2 / !
9. Louisiana State 69 Blyou Bowlers IT 1/2 181/2 the LIVELIER gasolines*

0. Georgia Tech 50 Big Marco IT 19 .
Imperial River 16121912New HAPPY YOUNGSTERS Corky Banks and Chris

River 151t.z 20lt.z Croak of th Brookalde Mixed Junior League have

Caxambas Cats 13 23 just been presented awards for hitch games rolled

Chance Gives Hurricane Hustlers 10 26 in league play Corky rolled a 206 game and
Chris a 231 and both received' patches and certificates .
...... ...oIIIIIIIIIII Can you spot the star performer
for this achievement '
in this group? It', mud the
Twenty-seven members of

Coach Credit the Senior Citizens, Club were but the team did well and shouldbe had Wimp Johnson trying hard ..... .... pumps and the fuel tank of the

on hand Friday afternoon It In line for recognition from for a 600 as he rolled gamesof car! It'i Dixie'i new champion '
Brookslde Bowl to participate the State Association. John ITT. 202 and 214 for a (93as
in their weekly session of bowl Hollowell rolling on another his team, the Snails, won Chevron?the Itveher' gow line The modern

|For Pitching Ing. John English proved to team scored a 180 game and 503 all four points from the Peri motor fuel that kw-p step with your
be the star as he rolled the set. A team made up of Linda winkles. George Stacey's 16S
life of work and play. Ch<>oM? from
WOOSTEH, Ohio (AP) "1 high game of the afternoon, a Hahn Diane Mulllns, Sonja game was the Mat the losers busy
1 ave to give pitching coach 215. He also scored a 502 Starling Carla Armbrust and could show. The Cat's Eyes three great Chevron gawdim. Kath ofTen

larv Grlssom a lot of the credo series Dutch Wolfe whippedhim Corky Banks were the high put the whammy on the Co.quirts hither performance .long-running econ '
," say Dean Chance, the Los by two pins with a 604 girl's team andthelrscorewlllentered s and took four as Jim !
, ngeles Angels' right handerho but could not score a 200game. be In the State event. Croak rolled big 662 series omy. Betides, in Chevron and Chevron

was named the Cy Young Otto Hartman after a stow Corky Banks was high for the Leon Snyder's 186 and Juanlta Supreme, you get AMA>"//'the different
ward winner a* the best ma.or
stan hit a nice 20T same and team with a 156.446. Snyder's 165 aided the cause.
league pitcher of 1964. antiknock compound that hflp ti"t'elop all
of turned in a 470. Jacx LaCelfe e e Fred Clark' 625 Ud the Pan-
A special committee the
baseball Writers Association of almost hit 500 when he rolleda The Seashell Mixed League a-rnas to a three point" wlnoverthe the power built Into your car. Stop at i 1

merit lave Chance IT of theo high game of 198 for a 499 Oysters who had Dill Jones Standard. Go Ijt+ely/ with Chevron!
vote cast, making him the series John Blok rolled a 190 rolling a 526, with two 191
bird successive Los Angeles game good for a 494 set, Hud InternationalKey games, the Conchs took three
urler to be selected. Hudson a 182 single, and Evan from the Star Fish with David

He succeeds Sandy Koufax of Feighmer 1166. Marge Thomas Contenders Armstrong high man and the
We take boner of
he Dodgers who received one turned in high series of 430 Angel Wings and the Olives cam your car

ate although he was injuredart for the women, but Tess Hill's split. Bud Mohrbachcr scored
> of the season The Dodgers' 171 game was high for the fair Kelso Gun Bow a 603 for the Olives while Jim
MI Drysdale won In 1962. ,
sex. Dalley tossed a 484 set for the
Larry Jackson of the Chicago LAUREL, Md. (AF) The STANDARD
Angel Wigs
ubs, whose 24.11 record made e name of the horse race is the e .
him the majors' wlnningcstlicher D.C. Internallon.
The Brookslde Mixed PrepsterS Washington Unto In the standIngs -
war named on the other al. The site I* Laurel's It4' mlle change
wo ballots, the commltte an. can hold claim to a first grass course with post time set of the Rolling Brooks Ml- OIL

evinced Monday. for bowling leagues-Lucy PVIl* for 3:49 p.m., EST, Wednesday. ed Uagu as the leading Pump
"I'm really happy about the log a faithful member of the But you will have to search kin Bay team won three and
honor," the 23>yar.old off....* league, arrived at Brookslde far and wide be it among Stayed on top. Dewey Wright's

lOG farmer said. "I thought I Bowl Saturday morning by boat horsemen on Laurel's back 662 set with a 220 game, and
had' a pretty good shot at It and thus became the first bowler 1 stretch or politicians on Capitol An Allen' 662 without a 200,
after the season when the stall to do '0. his probably a Hill for those who consider the were high for the men, white
Ica cameout. that Brookside Bowl Is 13th running of the International Hazel Abrahamson rolled
fact s 609
Tv* been with Grissora since match eI
1961," aid Chance, who posted one of the few bowling lanes anythlnc between more the than two American a series for the distaff side.
a 20.9 record and a 1.65 ERA. accessible by navigable waterway entries.race !AM Wolford tossed a 210 sIngle -

"He gave me confidence and Upon completion of the Six horses from Russia Hub Ran a 190, Ruby Rio.er 1,
taught me different little thing league Lucy called for her France Ireland Venetuela, a 164 and Olt* Miller a 145
like following through and "captain" and returned to her Japan and Italy will be In the game '

smoothing out my motion. home by the sam means of tailing lineup But Kelso, I,, .' ,# I,
"Of course, this year I had transportation Little BU1 worlds leading money winner \ ,, .
ihree years of experience, and I Jones won himself a duplicate and America' four lm* Horsed Bob Biletnikoff
used It all to the best of my patch when he rolled two 96games. the Tear, and OlIn Bow remain Is
abWt,. learned how to pitch." Brother MlVe, while tile center of discussion a* Named State's
Chance need his blazing fastball trainer put the finishing touch.
and slider to rack the not receiving a patch, rolled
up es on their finely tuned charge.
oat shutouts la the major nice games of 120 and 131 Kelso winner dU..oa,3Ufor Back Of Week s
U A recording five d them Terry Graham scored a 139 Mr*. Richard C. duPont's Bon
ere 1.0 decision The last game Mike !Keller a 1ST. J Kenny hernia Stable and Qua Bow a JACKSONVILLI (AP) Bat
pitcher to achieve this mark Roark 127 and 121.and Clem 4.yr.old pdstr from the BUetnlkoff University cf MiamiMjptamor '
-as Carl Hubbell In 1933. Roark. star of the day, a 1ST G4ny Farm, hare mat four quarterback 1* UK
Chance also had the most game and 286 set. Doug Hera- time* I 13 I **ar and are Back of the Week U Mate col : N..
omplet game la the AmerU bree scored his high game, a ..... leg football. V
an league with IS. His 208 Their last two meeting were The selection was annotated 9
strikeout put him a claM third 112. memorable one*. la tile Aqueduct today by Jack Halrstoa prest rIdl
a tile AL. behind Al Downing of on Labor Day, Kelso won den d the Florida Sport Writ. pr
lie Yankees and Canilo Pa*. by three-quarter of a length for ere Association u4 sports **. ;
ual of Minnesota. Saturday afternoon the his first stakes triumph of an tor of the JacksoovUl Journal. .
Brookslde Junior Mixed Leap otherwise dlsappotntlnc cam. The younger brother ctf Flort. ,
were rolling la a TEA team paJfn. A month later CUB Bow, da pate senior kalAach Fred ,
5 College TeamsIn tournamentscore.ofmatdJcs victorious U eight stake this BUMAlaotf, Bob 14 Miami to I r l Y
rolled her will be mailed to season, won by the thinnest ofBOS. tUO I victory over Tulane. H.
In completed 14 of 24 passes for 10 \
CompetitionFor state headquarters competl- : '
don with teams from all over bi addition to tile prestige, tile yards. :
Bob had a Wf hand la all
Gator BowlJACKSONVILLE Florida High In the boys division dlstrlbuUoa 01 1180,000 vUJ be at
stake. First place will be worth Hurricane touchdowns K* rem
. (AP)- Fir was Moon's Masonry second tH.OOO, third silo yard t* th one to lit up
,*lg* football this week wee rolled a 2466 scratch first threw
game t am HO/XXI. and Ui* 23 yard to full.
old have a bearing oa the s.. series and a:2943 with handicap $$ad, sulkSmith web. Th* rasa text Fred Caaahiy for the Me.

.ctlon of team to meet Jan. t Hided. Mlk Sharp was Ugh I her> man promise perfect raCe and and circled rig it end for
-> tile Gator Bowl man as h* rolled games of 183, lag\ eovdUloa except that the five yard a4 the last. i
Won Bowl conmlttMoiea 2S4 and 1ST and a big 564 Mr- course probably will be very RII8II1 r. k* tad 41 yards ill
will be watching Alabama at missed Us 223 lad of rala TU IgM carrU
.... MLk ptd hard. from
Borgia Tech, Boston CoUc at on pin and s 115 patch grass us bee dyed to r..a1Ilt. H* awls III yard passing for
aUaal, Georgia at Ashore, Ml.. by color. U* .*ao -eJxed at IU record
Sheet ortc1Ul
siatppa at Teness end North by 11 pins. Jim of cam CearcUng deep U later**. pe for Mlasil yvMm re*, lit I
;aroUaa State at Florida Slat, In wtih games 193,146 and Uoeal rtllsc bare* tile for. feT Gorge Mir with 108 yards af
orteen lean ar oa the list 202 for a (41, and Larry Lee all Wearered.oae 'HI. lfredesabs

c* prospects Alatwma Ark. roiled fame al 11 1. IM and alga upport horses was *.covere4 for tk* lbIorat.leeneso.. was a.e.
sans Boetost Collegw, Flortd. 173 for a K<*. JaM Abbott represestfatlv*, Tero. corded Brae BMM, FlorM
Forrol mate, Georgia GorgU and ;eaII1 MoUln were theother ease feaUas, ) and tt* ttwsla tnt".. __. v* Md; pave Stealer, "CMIVIONolre ", 'MltHY er.4 HIVION; d.91' g .

teq.LWM.ma date, Nebraska, members oldie team who AIWa, ..*. I* -11- rids Florida I i juart.rUtj I'Id1'
Ifracus T an. *. Tuk did M hk neb tonal) stride yes, Spies Ilastda.... Mllbw
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NOTICES tho North MB foot of Section. I Townohlp. M lo*.*. Rangt M EaatContglnlnf 15 | PANT NATlOIIIAL SANK INlortiJt
ftiiftijii vgjitNK NN.NSECTION M,if gcro mor or INs. IT L(, N TrlaNoo
01001.111. STAT ROAD IM COLLIIR COUNTY TgJthr with atl| right of Intro, ........ II .. and vlwbotwoon Pool.Ma /Nrla11IIISg1

PARCEL #110 the grantor*' ,. property pad any 11./10117 constructed N C Alton Brady .nd Mori S. Brady, his wits,
Th. South IM foot of Ills North m feet of .*. -
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n.ngt 2< Eat. ISM tt .. LfUM' I Nspat tor th* UM gnd bonofll of tho .
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1H7S **j'V- N .1 a3w (bitton 1; Mood Doportmont. of Florid* 1***; III. NP 117 Aialljnatl to N
IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT" OF THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' OFFLORIDA Ihonn South 0 N'10' !*.kfor IIH.I WM !. a .MM. ;to; % **. Nrth SublOCI. Mortga data* J i. ISM slid roagrdad in Mortgeg* Book roggwdad In OF1 Book ill. page SM ..
IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY AT LAW II IS''20" Et to' th. North.louth Santa Una of y" ..tole II; tNonos M. ,?. III Public R..skis of County F'lorida. gltron bV Ettlmitcd V.I. .

STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT!: : on IAtny I North along' said North South cont.r lln* of bpid l ....Ieft t. I". pNM ....... A Pierre and Mlujrod' L pro. hit wlfo to TouHrm. *. InEMImcted SECTION SSMI.IMI STATE ROAD SM
of the state of Florida' of begi inning ; N. and wAlsh was ,, sod PARCEL ft* IM J
: = T-tr "rr.
I = :
and COLLIER, COUNTY apoliticalSvMlvion OC'.*Lu"J.M, r.tN.ys S Ca b y PU 555.5 :N, of.
of me S'." NFINN. I. a"n.d bw OI."IIL' H "nDA E LUPf. hit wif. (I o..... I" OR Saab N. ,....i1i. "'IC RNardo .1 C.'er"' Caa/NP. *M UM IK* 110 (N IITownoGJlB 21 Letl of
J UI Nnl" $Ors$ North f ".....I . .N l

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PflttItfo" .. .. 1ftVI IMAIt BJIkMAN, aingl, IL PA I N :rnl.'II, STATE ROAD III COLLIER COUNTY ..1 ..... **** aa follow
Avwim N4XtS Begin on the Lisa i of Mid Sulion feet South
N.plN' : "'J..IOrI1a N feet el th* NON of NWW logtion I, TowntfMa Of the Northeaat corner of Motion I, JI' Ranga MEot
11 El. containing' III ocroa: mor or 1 1I lot* thnc North ar15'10" Last 1 1S47 It : .., of .
GABRIEL H, LUFF. et un. *t .1.l I. : 'IL DI/NL ."d wife KATHERINE DEfiQELMMtMlMI
I "' ... $TIPNLN Northweatarly with a "I th.nc.
QIAg1 STIN Sold A. WI'.e.IN.' : dar bob..dNSNN "/. d ami* concave 'o.
DNWaolSNOTICE "'," olong' Mid curve MM leet through a tnglt
FIN/a 1"t. .leW th* end tl Mid curve, North 4WII East
Ellimated Valu 1771Mpiffift'tttty' ;
*: .t.v
E....... 71 fett th* beginning of o Southa.it.rly with
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SECTION OIMI 1001TAT[ ROAD III 'tt-'M ***' STATE: ROAD "* COLLIER CtWNTY! r. ". of :71 Let thne Northe.ittrly .Ionl nld' curve through
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THe STATE OF PARCEL *#I22Th South North MO fot of the NtH of ::fheNorth |M foot of th* NWv.' of NWU" Section t, Townthip. M ., of North1'15'11""'07'01" a dletinc Last ol 1471II' I.Let' t* to th.the Northt.it end olMid
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FLORIDA, NWH, Section .O/-'I..I': M South. Renge tt Eatt..Wh I.7* _. foot containing. I It .c,... mnra or lit curv
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. AND U oil ........ and pirl.Mhaving acrei _" 1 lot*. mlrg is, oMod (Mr: *f KftfJ MTBR DANIELS" and wit cornir of ind ..ct. S Containing M icrti. norm or loos
or Maiming. any fl"l1&.ll11.' lntrtt Mtat*. nagHgaga or other li owned by: M.r, MANJA TRITSCH BRONNERIII IRMA He' Lin VAR-ILI, Toiethtr wih right of Ingrei' egreii. I.ht.: air end 010
I.en to or on of Ian haroingftor dgigrlBod and Bgyliton ItrootBmton 1171 Alimindt Brlv ..*......n the grantor rimilnlng' .property and any facility, '..
th* following P.;-I.c lgtfti with all, unknown pertoni claiming: ::: by, MatMchuaotti North Mlgntl,. Florid' ad on the above da.0rtb.d property

through or ..nd., known parlOuS who are died. or who or* sot known Eitimated v.....: II.060.00 Eltimat.d Volvo. TOO 00 ,It owned by STATE OF FLORIDA' J

SECTIO'N"OIOOI .lIv tM STATE ROAD sii COLLIER COUNTY {SECTION' OIMI..IMI STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY j NCTpN$1I1' $t.I001 STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY for State the Raid.... Department and benefit ef of Florida the
PARCEL #0 PARCE4N. North Ml ,..1 of the NEi 0. 10 Subnet la Mortgaae dated May II 1164 and ,..,d.eI ,In 0 R
The of the 01 HW. .ct'o. Township.
Th. louth M feet of lection M Township,. II South. Rants M EiIt NI South tM fiat North" MO feot of th* EM of NEW of b
South. Rnge tt E ', .. ISPol.. 7M Public Record of Collier given
owned by: COLLIER COUNTY. end "lit tucceetortCounty NWh SoctloA. i Townihip'. M South Rang U Eaitl oont.mmg' '.1' iy0.M51011 { III acrN mora or I. C.IW. ,11.
Courth...... ggrot *r I... I.I owned by: ELMER C SCHULTZ L.ud.rdala Napiss T"np'' Aorta. I". to .n. c.. '
N. Psi, Florida 'la owned /y MRS. STELLA J. R PETRI 11171 Ml Elliott' Avo. ", *,", $1 M

:3ubj.ct to: Reiervitlont In OM II. ,.... IS to the Orontere. U.cllle IN S AA Oraaada AparlmanttDrflld Dertoit" Michigan SECTION 01001.2501 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER
M' Lewi trio her *...! .1141 WhitoeyAvenue Such Florid Etimtd Vats: I7MOO PARCEL No ..UTh.t
Hamden..ndC'I'+ lo: wOA11 :>Xu Etlmtd' Vilu. II,.OM MpARcf" SECTION 1'hll STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTYPARCEL fTh
'Rnarvlnhow.v.h' t Ihe RoleMor. ...,... oH lgtat I art I Iacceii #10TN.t part :
South of INS H (el 2701II let of N 44111
to *ny end all mimraM Sod oil which may oo under ttie ,I .part of: I Nor
above detcribed" land, which wail remain th* .bsolul. wroporty ofth Th. South IM feet of th. loI.rtll.OO feet of .... NWH of "' 116. The NWtt of the NESS. of lection, I. Tewnihip, 10 louth. Range that ,.rt of Ih North th* South H o Sctln I. eOUN'i

Raleeiori By the accaptaneo ef nASa deed th* electee. *gretojlve Station' 6, Tbwnthip: M South, Rang* 17 Ellt contolning' 117 *crit 27 ass. South. Rants II lost,
the Ram ,....,. the "|ht to *...., uport the SLAVS paled r'gl.'!l lSECTION min '' lying within' 2M foot of Ih* uirvty line of Itata Road 111, bastion lying Northerly within ISO feet. Weiterly of Survey Station. / I
o w5. 15 t i nd by: VlTHER BLOCK 01401 and Wail of turvy Station 660 plus M and lying Weal of and Nonhorly of Sod ", "hil transition from ISO fin it Station I
lilt LIMN BoulevrdBt within, a trantition, fm tM feet et Station St4 plus M te 100 /Let t* 100 Station It plus 71 Northerly of and within a '
I.t"...,.. Villas. SI.h La.... Mittourl/ at Station 174 plus M and Orson MO fet at Station Ill plus M I* from .oot. *l ttatlon, It plua I 71 to tOO feet et Itatlon II Pius S

11001.2401 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Eitlmtd: Value, tl.121M IM tttt It Stition Ml plus M and from MO Let et Station Stl ,plus NOm within 2M Iwo from Itetion II .plus M to the East ,

PARCEL #2t ,SECTION OIMI.IMI STATE ROAD 111 fOG Lit it Mid It.too.. SIO .plus M; Mid survey lino doecnbed end of .. I
Th.ou1N M feel 01 the WH of 1tI. IW(* IWH ef lEa .f I II. PARCEL #.ltl COLLIER COUNTY located as tollowi: lying Southerly within feet Weiterly of lurvay Itatlon I plus M South
Section II' Town.hip 4f Commenc it Ih. North***! corner of Sect"on I. South. within 100 feet 27 Simon I plus SO to Station plus 00,
K'rz'l.t..J'CV"UNI Th. South no fttt of Ihi North SOU fttt of the NEH' of NON. T.wn.htlO ally I
J2 .
I I. owned bCHESTER Range ENL SIt
T,"..... : KOZELSKI Section I. Township. SO South. Ring 17 Eoil: containing 117 ..,.. 4554. W, a diatanco laid corner of 2119 being 70 loot Station; thence 131.p II!II04". W a c d.i within transition from 100 feel al Station It plus to 27S .
within 27S feet from Station 20
lots 20 00
min or lion Pius Southt'ly plus
4101, Wood bin. AvenueBrbrton line of IMI 71 f..1 Statiln 6t4 S 19'1915"W. .
I li owned by JOIEPH H OAUTHIERSM to Mid pits 00; thtnct lion, 41 olut 47 12, Southerly, within ZOO Let from Station 41
Oho dillinc the boo
a of 20M cat to *. d Station 174 plus 00 and
tart Drive '' to tho Eait Ins of Mid ltd ion I of the lurvey line of State
EHimeted of said of 100
Vas S'II.| ginning aurvev line; thence 19 It 01 W. a Hence
SECTION 01001.2SOI STATE ROAD NCOLLItR; COUNTY Maml Ipringt. Florid Eltimatad tool to Mid Station Stl .plul 00; thence I1 II.04" We dieteftca of Section 03001 Mid lurvey line and md' lurvty Stttioni .., 5I:
PARCEL ADO Value: ".12000 too feet to said, Station S60 plus 00, thence S It II04" W ft,theNorlhweil located !'

Th. North 10 f..l of I Tawmhip'. M Sawth, Ring. 2. E..tIt SECTION i OIMI IMI $TAT[ ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY corner of lid Section 2; containing, II,II icrti. morr orll Begin on the Weil line of Mid Section, I at a point M
own.d by COLLIER/ COUNTY PARCEL 4111The I.... of the Northeatt corner of Section I Township SO South
County Court; Houl North It feet of the South 100 feel of Iho WH of Wit of ,I/ owned by: ANGELO JORDAN Eait. thence North lt2t'10" hat IM feet to Mid Station S )
Naplai Florida 1 OWN\ of OWN Sect,on 11 Township It bush. Rang 21 Eatt con I4tlt Whitcomb, Avenu thence continue North It'2t'10' East 70 feet to Mid Station t

Subiect to': Reservation* In OR Book II. P.M u> the ....t.... taming M mono more or leelli Detroit Michigan thence continue' North9 21'1 10" East SIO feet to Mid' Station
Lucille M Lewi. and Wallace L Lewi' her .......104. IMS mrntn.yaior I ownod b> CHARLES R STEELE and EVELYN: J STEELE hit wife Eltimittd Volts: tl..14$ 00 00. than cont'n North 19'21'10". last 71 last 10 said. Stalin, IS

Av.nue. Hemrien Connwtieut to wrt. RAYMOND. 0 CREADY ond MILDRED M. CREADY hi* wits ,SECTION 01001..ISO) STATE ROAD S3I COLLIER COUNTY plus 75. thanks continue' North "'10" ass 72 12 feel to the biinnln
'Reiervlng. how.vtr, to the er4e aN ....sss .. art t 11M tc..y. BoulevardMiami 'PARCEL #17S ., of curve coneiva Northweiterly' with" a radius, of lilt
cent to any and air, mineral ind silo wtc may M spa, t"tabove The pert of, feet thence North anst.rly along laid. curve 202 II lost through
deicnbed lend. which will' ,....... th. ebeoMe ........y *fth tltlmeted V.I..I: $..00 00 Th. HEllo of the HEllo of Section I. Township. 50 South. Rang. 32 central angle of I'01 5" to laid' Station II plus SO 'h.nc ',
ReL.lOfl I By Ih. ol thia dart Ih* Meleoeeo agree :SECTION SMOI ISOI STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY ..I. Northitiltrly long Curve ISO Oaf through a cntrl inglt
I* give the. Releeiora lira. UKXthe obo w .i .e) tgnE.timated < PARCEL .511TN. lying within 200 feet of Ih* survey has ef Sttti Road S3I. Section t*It'M" lo Mid itatlnn 20 plus 00 thinci continue H.rt"1
01 W'W n North 10 feet of the South 100 fort of Iho EH of WH of 03001 end Weil of Station 194 pin 00 and lying withintrtnution a ,' Mid curve 264712 foil through a ctntrtl *n"l* of 35'/3'OT'
SEH ef OWN. Section 11 Towmhlp 49 South, Rang t; Last, con. :r':1 'onl I
from WO laid i Station tM plus oo lo 600 feel al th .. of Mid curvy It M'd station 41 thus thenct
Vto II, M taming' II aorea, more or leia Station 174 00 600 feet at 1 1
plus and lying within a Oran "'
I i owned by FREDERICK' ICOTT ind MARIAN SCOTT his ...1,. : : npr : /4 IS'10" E..t 2105 h/ fait to Iha l.planinp 01 1 Conan Soul
SECTION 01001 1501 STATE: ROAD SH COLLIER COUNTY Station 574 plus 00 to 600 tit al Slat,on S66 00 and lying I .
of fool thtnct NnrthmMerly I
PARCEL .100 12922 tier Road within. a transition from 600 feet at Station Stl plus 00 to 200 feetI ee.ttrly I JI.7
The North ISO lie of Ills South 100 feel of tho WH. Section M.Townihip North Miami, Florid' Stition' StO plus 00 Mid' survey line deicribid and loci ted at followt lid turns 24I 11 font throunh ctntr.l, *ngl'. of 440701 to ,
ef Mid on th. North lln* of Section S Town.h'o M '
'. 41 South, Ring I II taros more 0* lew. Eltimattd V.lu*! |100 00 : curv
151.15NooDntaimnI Comm.nce at tho Northeail corner of Section I. Township 10 South. Rants I lost .t a ponl 171 I 1..1 WoN 01 tho North soul con
Thai part of th* Last U of lection 1. TowniMp SI ..A'. Range :SECTION 0)0012501 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Range 12 Eait Mid corner being plot' 13 41, thence I th..ol,
tl Foot, le. the North M feet: PARCEL #111 194554" W a d lltnct of 261970 ...II'"th'! ; C* S 19'19'01" W, a contninlng. MM acre. ...0. or ln. enduiive of County C'ni
'Vinwdhin. a transition: from 1(4 feet from sorry .t.t.... M ..... 1t.1! t* That part of distance of 1601 71 L.t t* Mid Stition 594 plu. M and tht beginning R.h 01 Was
100 fast .1 .uv.w $151100 111 plus $4 S.0 the wr.w phi N ..... The WH of EH of OWN of SIN Section 11. Township 41 South. of said surv.y tin.; IMnc. Continua, S 1O 00'15" W, a distant. it bv FEDERAL MORTGAGE t INSURANCE COMPANY
Raid $31,' $.0110. I".IOI, said 'uv.r Si., .M sod ...,.,., NN, qO.N,1b.d R.n. H Last. Iola Ihs 'ou'h 10 f..t. 2000 feet to Mid. Staton 174 plus M; lhanca continue, S SI'II.04" W. Route No I ton 100
Snd INat.d folio. Lying within' o transition from IM Let al Survey Station ISI plus a d..I.nco. O. 100 Lit 10 said' Station, 341 plus 00. th.nce conlinu. Napl.i. Florid
Bain.1, 'h. NorthwNtqaq. s, trf toe E:,H' ol to1)** twjtMM I ulditllOl I) It lo SO lost at Survey Station t7l plua M 71 of tho Survey Line S It'01" Wo distance. of 600 feet to laid Station' SM plus 00 Eitimated *, tit.000 N

poIM, kiln Sure Italia Of IP.Notl' 1111 thDOOCa.- N'STW' I." of_State need. Reed end 111'OCIt04, Section follow 03001 said Surrey Lino/ aid laid Station ":9 the and of said lurviy tins: thanes continue S 19'19'01' W to SECTION 03001 2SOI STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER.1. COUNTY
feel to 15 N N. NarUn.5 as the Northwait corn. of laid Section t 17.11 acre*. moro
,. : containing
I.roo\ I Soils' No .IIS
corner of Mid .::,10.'rr) ebirlelnlng ::.. aMNw.r b1M. ll Ih* Sauthweal corner of tho SEH of laid Section II Mid PARCEL

I* owned byi: LUCILLE M. LEWII and hw........ WALLACE L LEW'S I:M n*,cr''l.'zt ;: til plus I M II on Mid Survey Line, thence South I(It o wn.d"by: SIDNEY C. GRAY and wife SANDYE GRAY That part of
till Whitney Avenue ,so .$ Os tha SoutMsat terns of M. SEN of said 19300 Ml Elliot Avenue The NEWj. LS the North' SO feet and LES th* tot 100 (eel.

Hamden Connecticut ;rC.JJb.t Station Ill plus S4 71; containing 021 acre, moro or Ion Detroit Michigan, Section 1. South Range 2East.
Eatimotid) VohMt KIN M DAVID, 1 ISSENBERG and OLGA ISSENSERO. hit wife Eitimated Vaue: 120MOOIECTION lying' within the following boundane. to wit:
Ill' Malaga Begin it the Northeeit corner of said Section 1 thence South
PARCEL *I01 01001 2SOI STATE ROAD 111 COUNTY 08012 Weil 100 feet thenc North M 01 21 Wilt U) feet ..nc
That part of' Ellimited Value HIM PARCEL No 171 North 12021 Wad 60152 feet. thanks North 71'15'21" Wont I42t .II

The Eeit H of lection/ II Township. II lath Range IS Enf. !SECTION 0.10011501 STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTPARCIL \' That part of feet. thenc North '' Eon SO feet 'h.nc South II"42'17" lost

let the South M feat Ihertnf Also Th. North N 01 Sectian I I. Township 10 OoulN RNga 12 East 1110 feel to '* 01 Beg'nnmg'
within hNaitlonrpm/ 100 feel from Slat M tt II That part of: Containing I SO acre. more or I....
'nrCO" a Survey ** plus lying within. / 200 feet of the turvey line of Stat Road 111. Station 01001
The WH of EH of IEH of Ito\ bastion 11 41 South :
to lot al Survey It.lion ISO plus M 10 of th* lurvty Mne N SINSRood township. and' lying Ent of survey Station $94 plus 00 and lying West of and within I owned by JAMES L BELL
17 East 'Ins Ih
Range South SO foot.lyIM
SH. lection 01001 Mid turvy .lin* and Mid. .",,,.. tttion, decrlbdnd I77S Rum Row
; tranaition from 200 feet
locatd follow' within a Irtnution' from 100 fed at Survey Station ISI '* at Station S94 plus M to 100 feet at StationNil
a* .
Begin. al the Southwell corner of the Cut H of laid leetlon. II, plus' is It to SO fed it Surrey Stition 171 plus' 54.71 of the Survey I plus 00: Mid, lurvty lln. dttcnbtd and located a* follow,: 'Naplea to. Mortgeee to Circle Four. 'Inc a Florida Corporation dated
Line, of Ittti Road 131, Section 01001 said. Begin it th* NorthMii corn. of Mid Section, I I., Mid, bung
Survey Line and said corner
tald point' being surrey 1.Ioon It plus tt 41. th .c. North II 11II September I. (1061. recorded Sentember I, IK], in OR Book ISO p...
Stition. dticribid and loc,,'" it follow I Stition S36 plus II 41. thtnci S lf4S 64" W. dill.net of ttll 70 fast
( ;
Last II3SOI feet la ted ...110" IIS plus 64 SO al the touth.atl ,
24, 1MI. "m.n'
corner of said Section IS containing' 101 .c,.. more or 1_.. Begin' it Ihi Southwtit. corner of the SEH of Mid Sictlon 11 lId, point thine I' S It''''OC'' W. alliance of .160171 fool to Hid Stition SM plus Ifs. aulgntd tn M.'d.d W Rv leplember
It owned by GERALD P PARENT. being Stetlon til plus II II on Mid Survey Line 1 Ih.nc South 0"10'11"teat I 05 Manco continuo I /9'11'0W. a d'.tonce' 01 2000 .. 10 said Nation recorded in OR Book ISO. p... 120 E."m.I..I, !6,10050
141 Wooilor Street 700950oat lo th* loulhe.it cats of th* OLIN of Mid ttction S74 I plus 00 and the and of Mid lurviy lln/ *:: thong continue I Itlt04'.
New Haven, Connecticut 11 ol Slition ill plus M ft:: containing 071 ocr. mor or Ion \W to tho No"h..1 Co,,,. 01 I.etlon r. Township 10 South R.n. 31 SECTION OMOI 2SOI STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY

Eitimated Valu* |1 425 M I It owned by EDWIN A, LARSEN, SR: ,ass,. containing till acrai. more or Ion PA"CrTho"North
107 II ,124th Street \ 200 feet of the Northw.it Qurtr of th* NorthweitQuirtW.
Richmond East
ARCoL; .10. 1The NUS. H.w York S960 S W 71th StrutMitml of lction 4 Township SO South. Ranh2 C"'I'I.
Eitlrnottd Viluk 120 MtECTION 'LC.1.S 7 '
Hqrt" 10 feel bf Ike Soulh IM feet ./ the. WH\ .f.&I". efSWH Florid w0nled'b f"RALPH t hi, wil.,
of IW III. aides JL Township South tang IF tool: : eon Eltimittd Vilui f2SOO
llnlng' It oc,.. moro or !*.. PARCEL Slot SECTION 01001.HOI STATE ROAD 111 COI.LIER COUNTY 42 Ridg, Road
I. ROBERT K. 0VERSTREET and wife II.rtoyf'.1t: ,PARCEL No 171 Color Qrov.. Now J.r.
orltlM L. Tht of IH of IH of IWH lection It. Township 41 lolimat.d' V.I" $77500
OVERSTREIT I Th. South 100 fast of th* South 190 hat of th* WH of th* SEH
South. 17 lost ,11* th* South IS fttt COLLIER COUNTY
.n. : ROAD 111
cf .W Section
Mitml Florid Lying within S transition. from SO Let tt Survey Station lit plus II 12 th 110. 14, Township. South Rmgt II East containIns No 202
to 100 feet al Survey Station ISI II 12 of the lln I 01 airs, more or ItllIt PAICEL
Eltimtttd Vlu: HOSef plus Survey North 200 feet of the Northwe I 110 nf th* North*..' Sec
IR SOS Section 01001 Mid Survey lint and lId, Survey Station d*. monad by FRED A ODOM JR and wife CAROL S, ODOM
SECTION 010012501 STATE ROAD Sil COLLIER COUNTY icribid and locittd it follow 1201 N W 11th Court lion I Township M South Rang. 32 East Calli.r County Florid

PARCEL *IOS Begin at tho Southwell corner of tho SWH of said Section IS taid point Fort Laudardalo. Florida Together with all rights of Ingren, .... light. air and view be

Th. North 10 Lit, of th. South. IM Lit, of Ills EH of SEW of I bmg Station I Jit plus lilt. thence South 11"01'11" Eait till M feel to swan the grantor rminmg, property and any facility conilructoden
IWH of SWH Soition' II, Tewnihp 41 South Rank 17 Eait: ln. ,IM Corner ,of. Iho SWN of Nid SNlion 3$ .l Station 315 plus I P.FCTION MOOt Mil STATE ROAD EotImCOLLIER COUNTY the above deienbed ornoortyI .
t.lnln. II **r*. too. er ,not II .II. 109 acraa. more or /leia I PARCEL No 171Tho owned bv LEVI F HOWETH end MADELINE M HOWETH, hi* wif

I I. ownd by:: BURTON W WILLIAMS. JR I. ?cont.nna b.C YMONO HAMLYN Sod MA"GA"T E, HAMLVNW So..th MO feet nf the list H nf the art H of the Wail HIf Ill Or.nede Street
1171 Wool, 4th LenaHialaah
Florida A F Section 14. Township 41 South Rang* II ass; containing 101 acre. Ft "I'C., Florid.nrrrioN .
CAPO 1061 Canadian, Armed Force. Europ .more or fen 1."m..eI VOIu. Slit OS
Filimattd Valua $10500
Eltimattd Vtlu. 132500 I(It owned by: ERNEST L JOHNSON and AMOI noi STATE ROAD UCOLLIER COUNTY

PARCEL :'IOI tTh I PARCEL *I47Th IM7 N. E, 4th Avenue ThoNorth 200 feet, of the last one half of the Northeail cab
North 10 fid of Ik* South IM feet of the WH of IRIS of. North M Foal of Ih* louth IM fiat ol INS EH of SH of SH Fort Laudardala, Florida 0.... of th. Northwoit on. aujrt.r of .._" I. TewMhm M South,

IEH. n.ot.I'W' .action, 11. m lei Township Ouch. Ring 17 Ent: .*.. of SEH. Section, IS Township 41 South. Ranga 27 East: containing Eitimated Valua: Ran... II| Eait Collier. Cot.My, Flonde a rand, of land anl.ling,

n mar* or I III acre mor* or ,In SECTION 01001..HOI STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY of I 01 *cr.* more or loss. to.'h., with all rlihtt af Ingrmi, eireai.
by wgl woman
: S
boil Wait SIN Lano I I. owned by: SAMUEL P LESLIE' *nd MARGARET M. LESLIE, his wife., f PARCEL No ItO light, air' and VIW between 'f. ,'* remaining, property phi any

Hialtah' Florida 100)1 Wt.t groidvitw Orbs Th. South tM feel uf the EH 'of SEH and SWH of SE H. Section facility conalructed on the .bow deicnbed .property
E Him*ted Vlui tlOIOtIECTION Florida 14. Township South Range II East; containing. II II acre. more I* owned bv VLAD 2APOTOCNYIII
Eatlmatad Value 10t M
: |
1 010011501 ITATE ROAD nl COLLIER COUNTY 0' La.awoad Washington Avnu

North 10 fool ollh. South IM. feet of the EH 01 the< OWN Thai Crystal Vltw Court LEWIS
01 M1 .1110 o. 'h.' IWw,, Ioat15. ... Teooship ... 'o'h. R.n. 27 of OWN of OWN action II Miami, Florida LUCILLE M LEWIS and husband WALLACE L.
Township 41 South. Rang
VNu.1.21000 2)41 Whiny Avenue
Eeit containing, 91 ..,., moro or I*** 17 Eillmaled
[ feel
ash ln the louth SO
I I. owned by: JOHN R gLANTON and MARY LOU BLANTON hit wlfoRoom I lying within trtnulion from IM INs al ttation IECTION 13001.IMI STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY Hemden. Connecticut,
a lurvty 111 plus 17 II PARENT
Dado County Counhotne 'PARCEL No III
to 700.al at Survey Station 413 plus IS 10 of Ih* line of State
'ami, Florida lurvty Tho South tM feet of Section 14. Township 41 South. Ranga 14It 24J woitr Street
Raid IJI. Section 0)041 said, .",,,.. lin. end said. Stations deicnbed,
Iitimated Valu: I10SOO Inl U. ... I.... H. M1r1n.
,and : c.n'.nl" .cr.s. "' ar OVEnRSTREET
IOCI"n'o;: : : ftO'"T K and math PEARL M L OYERJTREfT
loulhw.il corner of raid. Section II l.ld, point Ibaini owned by W J JUSTICE
nCTION 010012501. STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY on said, iiirvav line al Station IS] plat 17 II,, thence South 114 Kane Concouri loll N W Oath Stre.t
PARCEL #'0'U..Th M''''U'' Eait 170741 feel lo the louth.it corner of the SWH of Miami. Bttcn. Florida Mail 'Io"d.'U"TON .
: North: SO Let of Ik* South IM Let of th* WH of SEW of Mid Section 1II Station III plus 4110; conta:51n50:. acre. mor* Eitimated Value 12 135 00 W WILIAMS. JW
OWN SNlion, II, Towoohip ll South' Ring 17 Laos cm or IMI IECTICN OMOI Mil STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY 1171 Wait 4th
laming II ncr*. mur* or ,in* ,I* owned by AMOS BAUGHMAN and w'f* OHA BAUQHMAN I PARCEL No 114 Hialeah. Florid
ll owned by RICHARD O 1 TURNIPSEf otisJOYCL HI I Bon 311 A Tho South tM feel ol the WH Section II. Township 41 South. FANNIE" WILLIAMS. S aingla comas

C TURNiPiEEO. h,. wit* Fort Myeri, Florid Ran.. J' .. .." ,<.... or loss 1172 WaslIN Ln
Itl (sit 'n" 1I.t Eilimit.d V.ul.: IIMM |It ownedby CHARGES E MeOEf/VnV l*ABELLEMeGEE. hi* wif ,
Niah.h 'Iorld. JOHN"R VLANTON
SECTION $10011501 STATE ROAD IJI COLLIER COUNTY 1441 S W nth Street and MARY LOU ILANTON his. waft
Eilimited v....:. IICSM PARCEL .mTneCtt Fort Lauderdtl, Florida Room III Dad County Cpurthouie

SECTION 030011501 ITATE ROAD SM COLLIIR COUNTY That part 01' Etrimated' Vtl ia II t20 MIECTION MamL "orl""ICHARD

PARCILTin lToIM of OWN of OWN. Section, 3$ Townihip. 4t South. Ring i MMI M1 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY O. TURNIPSEED phi JOYCE C THRNIPSEED. MI wf3SI .
n'h North II feel of Ik : : feet of tho EH ol SEH el tt Eit leei the South. SO feel J I PARCEL N* IHTh East 2nd Street

of SWH. lection ||I. tilewnshy South. Ranga II Ellt.; (*n I I Ivlng within. a trim,tion/ from IM feel it survey Sl.tion IM plus 17 Ota South 2M feet of th* SEH Section 14 Towrinhig OS South. IIiolo.N. "orld.CHUTEr .
II Oars mor. or Iti* :I too) fett it lurvty Stition 411 plus 45 I.0 'IN. uirv.y lln. of Stilt KOZU'KI sod ....f. KITTIE
I I. twn.doby: CHESTER KOIILSKI and wife KITTIE KOIELSKI ,I Road 1)1 Stcl on 1)001. Hid Survey Ions and said Stationi deicnbed and Rant 10 Isw rarnaelna III\ aarn mOrs N Isis K.ZUKI
1101 Woodbm Avenu I located aa / .' Wodbl'
Barbarton, Ohio 55.00 I 01 IM said ( II. said peInl Ml Bay Haiahtt. Drive ..,b.rto", .
Eitim.ltd Valua IIOIM 1.1..1, Nid, wrvsV ::-t.c"t'= onOf3t phis ocJj-:. 1Unto South: Miami.. Florida' CHARLENE KO2ELSKI ant CHESTER KOZELIKI. T.'...

SECTION HOOItSOl STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY II It'll" last 0141 fool to Cho Imathas50. .rnsr of Its SWN of said Eitimated Value COUNT 4101 Woodbine Avenueg.rberton
PARCEL #HO I Iocll' II at 11.'U plum. OS II c............ III acrN warp .' INs, IECTION OMOI IMI. STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER Ohio
The North SO feet of Ika South IM Let of tho WH of SWV of II 'Orchid ROSIN I MINCEV AND JEANNE B, MINCIY .ARCEL N. 117 JOE ONEALto.

OWN of ISIS" Sect.on II Tewnihp' 41 South. Ranga II Eait.; Ion. III DrivePlantation That part of 1171fAMti
:Ulnlng II Florid* The EH!: of IE4 Lass tho W.it IM ...t .nd Lass Ih* South M Snot. *... AI..h
ltowndby: NARLtS/OlILIKI5th: :, CHESTER KOIELSKI Trull.t Etlimtted Valuti $215 MSECTION Is lisa $0 Township. 50 lout", Ran20 E..t WALKER LILLARO and w'". JERAIYN WHEUfL LIILARD

4101 Wooilbiha, Av."". !' ) 2MI STAT ROAD 1)1 COLLIER COUNTY Lying within 'following. bounder!1.*. to wit UM s Manhattan Avenue
B.rb.rlon. Ohio ,PARCIL :ml Begin. *t th* Southal .*,"., ef said Stctien 14 thine North I Ittl Tampa 1, Florida
Eltimeted Vtlu" IIOIM The part of Wott along. the (... Lin of Mid Section 14 a dutinee of. ION "UDOl"H [. WNETSELL and i wn ALICE w WHCTIED.
SECTION IMI OWl STAT ROAD 111 COLLIIR COUNTY The IEH of SWH Section M Ttwnihip It I*tIN Range tt feet thenc. South If M.W. wit III I... thence South I 14IIWeM IUM
"ARCI E.... tia Ih* Sojth M feet. SM 7S fist thno South at'....." Wait 1207II Oil thence POl.

th: North M Let of Ih* Suth IM feel of th* 130151 SWH of 'Iyinu: within n trontitlon from.IRoid r fool of'a.':;..I t/: plus' 110to louth 1171' Wnt Ill lit. tntnct louth It.It'17.' Ent 'ION fast t* ,ALAM'SMERR"and GERRY SMERR

WH of SEH Section II Ttwn.hlg 55ou1N, Neng. : conloln' 'II. 000 loot of ,survN ttatlaa phs Tin so has of SIN. Ih. Point of Beginning. containing 7 7B ..,.., mono or lass! 407 Lincoln Road

It owned mg II by acre: ;JOE nor S'NIAL* :'. 11..*Section followiBegin fMI, Mid, turvty and said ilaTlonVdincVibcd'indtotod I II wart by MILDRED W RAY"...,. Miami, '..ch. Florid

!o1 001{ at Ih* Southweel. sonar of said. I....... M sad .....t bewg lit I W |44lh Street and
Anchorg*, AIMS so Yi0 setsrY IY.e' 01 Italon 315 pats 1)/1. Maths South so / Mami. Florid NINA RIGAI
faked n MsrnNN from M...... W Rev I. T0.adar. J 703000 and opt LincoM Roado'TidT'lIlAPrE's'LANO
Eitlmited Vhi" ,: IIOIM last 17010 fool as toooulNNsl anal of Ih* IW H *f sad,, Section
/CTIORCN 15 st bosh. 111 0tai111og l l INN. n1No .. INS Mildred E Iiheur his wif Cited ANTI \\I'M' *nd recorded AprilIt :
PA IWOI III IMI STATE ROAD 1)1 COLLIER COUNTY ,I. pwnad No MRS 1. t..I-n- IMt In OR Book 117 page 4M Collier Count Record i iEltimtltd DEVELOPMENT "ftP"At i
# Vahi. 17 TM Mlernn ,
INS Power RaidFarmmgten. /. Stvmowr A KtnI
Tin North M fool nf Ike South IM hat of WH of OWN of ION COUNTY *
Mich HI
nioivMl STATE ROAD Street
gin Jame
of H
SIN Section II. Towmhlp. louth Ring tt Eeit enltmr.g
II tire mor. ., .*... Eitim.ted, Vtlu*: |7MM PARCEL No IN M.o1Nelo.
ll Staid by JAMBS ANO Thai part of INs South H" LEIS the South M feet .nd LESS the a NN7uFFr..d FREDA I LUFF. k* .tf.

and wf* JERALVN WNETOILL 'LILLAROIIM SECTION SMDimi STATE ROAD 1)1 COLLIER' COUNTY WIN IM' fast Section M TowntMp 41 South Ring II Enl: Ill Ninth Street NorthNapte

I M.nh.n.n Avenue PARCIL *101 fTh I Lymo within th* following bayM.,.., to wit Fonda
Tampa t. florid. North tM Lit ./ Ih. Nit.. the N" lotion Townih.p. M Bte.n it INs Southwell comer of sad lection H lhnc North and

Ettimittd, V.lu. 1101." Couth Ring II Bail WNIIINILL::: acr. mono O' ,... I 2121. Wont along the Wtlt line of tauj tctwn M a ***anco *f' FRANCES *ni|
IECTION' 135110151 STATE ROAD NCOLLIEN' COUNTY 'I I. ownod by STANLEY M ISM feet then,. North M'M M' lap IM loot IN5n0.7115 M ,lM III' rood nt

PA RCIL #100 111 Barry Av onu. East 44 04 Let thoic South MUM Eeei tM .II feel 110005 ".* ... Fhwid "

Th* Nnh M Let of Ih* tauthJM fool ol the EH of the SW O of Ch.; ..... 1111nuokbl f South. M.4111 Fail JOt II eei thenc Bo-rlh /0'15' Jot* 12500.5 ... .
from ..
lEKottEH, toctionll. Tn.n hl .:.h NanOt taut amNllni ,rtct:. AiagomoM art M.vtS : Islnct cr5w his, w.f.Snnl.y Dalad 'W J.30ary WNI.N 10 it' aid .ft; = t..co Iouth M'M' 101 1 Ml Let to th* .Point of Be.... .of.11 Ilan MARCIA WEINSTEIN mad tTEPHEM A "'UNltl. her ..

II Mr. mor or IteaIt FsNru 115' and r.t nd.d en OR IoM N. I51L 1 I AM. Iv'no wh.n In 0.15 of tM Sass /Ns of .iNI at sOY 421, Hk Street NerthMSMANJATRITSCM
wnd by. RUDOLPH I WHlTIILL Ctaim'O Paso 111 IN Ins kao Sn50,1bOd .s hlfa Ilonda
pyi Irsm Nosart P Crew A Raid S.cuon NISI sod : *. ** I
.Hn' 'o M. Mans.NorthWN21 :
P. O Sao INN: Crow s .,..." woman. .It C..n Slvd CuUN ".,d.. FairtdaDulad C.mmont. 1t IM lwthweN cart., N 55.5 of lId .... BRONNERIII
Ttmpe. Florid Jama.y 15. INS FINd. Pibrwr5. I. ,ION sad '. .... Soil S I. 1 5. 111Mona IMnta :sa11a'N INN fop n Wa said Sass ,eel**. Mia* MMn*
lot .. : ;
:: : 511.SadIM03501 .
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from SIanla M WMlahn" ,. :: said Slab R PETRIMl
N ........ 1""jIO..I04. Napns.FINNDalod C quo 0,0010 20 fool Hop Iurvsv MRS STELLA J t
IM I tMI ITATE ROAD HI COLLIER COUNTY A..i 13. .n,. P11,4 Au.u" M .117 and r.0Ndd Nd oiaryiy "'' INlowLo1's S AIA Graa A5.otwa010
PARCEL #lll to ON 0551 IL 04.Aas'gss.snl / IrrgswM: emoN--.I 1NId 515 : .NMid BeecR). Floeid
.1 Ma )
The Soulh ISO fctl of IS North MB hat of a tract deienbed) *.' from, rmarM.. ....._. .. T. G"'r .,oth... S Cs.a 1tI s5. buiN N'// .." I.ot NN It INS to INS OoinManO CS...a r of I( BLOCK

From the SouthH canon af lectum t. Toweehip! IS ..uln Rng II ImdN ...,t...,. ,. O' Nsw Y5.. ".. Nut, 0..... A.I IN I.... Mid Sr,.n M and end of Mid *urvyCnt.nn hM Mom d5W0,- IHI".. BvvrM
f..Io Collier County Florida, run north 1 Weal MM feet along Fd.S M.r IS INS .M rwondd is 0" 5500
SMIIOI tin. Ikenci! M Mftf"J.t ll feet ptrilltl: toIh ENINs1N N. 5.'s I$3. tl acrN 0500 sr "t5?* Loss, M.M*.n

Co.ith I.no of Seulho.it Qutrltr Of BwteM I for paint of bo YOlu5, 0/,10/15 .* owned bv SILO INCOR'ORATEOP ,lE. M OAUTNtER
thence continue bush It It M' Wool for M* % font '' SECTION3051:' 7VI 1 STATE tOAD IM COLLIER COUNTY O ..' I I"4 Futbuth. Button Drive
r.:1':: tad Section I, t. North B II te", Vaet IMI I 'r.'trD' the 'PAItCI\I$ ...*..,y.. tl N*. .,.... M.e_ Sprwg FlorM
Norlhweal corner of loctot I, Ihenoo North It M N' E.it MIM feel Nrth tM feet of the W', ol nc '. lee '. Iee'on", Twn .?'....,.. Solos HI M CNARLES R STEELE and EVELYN j trflfiE Ms
5.nthis shy M 1_ II Eail. cntinlog I ,... _i it ms's 2501Tatr snADN COtLlER COUNTY
North line ol n'd BeclHM I to point duttnt Itfltl Let ROIL N I ICTIONNNl RAYMOND O CRCAOY sod MILORED M CR1A Y. fait-
from Ih* North H corner of Mid Sectioi I. thonc* South (i M'tf (sat own*.* by Onv AIKIN and DORlfTNV M A'KIN' A5 ode ,PARCEL N* IM MB 55p55055 Be e...d
UM I feet to a point of .beg.nn'... 124 Tamarind .
ow..j_ .'n rA'lmt WOOS or let "Hallandti, flprK 1 SVionl'LESS the North M feet end LESS the Wen IM fMM /' sad MARIAN SCOTT. M
I* Ind Ettimtltd V.lu. MtM Tasrn.I Bout Rang M lap IT .
eGERR1Yr SHERR and I I t1'JR1 '**' IUU ROAD *" COLLIER t JNTY fTkf wdhin IM a1MdS'.N le mad ..," N M. ......_... Cannon I Stl Late "
NINA RlGAS I Ico :1 : I IpWg SM'rl 0.015 NOON M II!, aol OIN foot 00004 os0 I reortM Mi*_. Ftp***

L'....... Road H. ON tM ft Oft N 5.N. 1 N 5005 '.' WM : DAVID ISSENBERO ...< OCOA rMC ikCR tip
tap $ A :
Matt' loath. Flurid SMa LSS IN.ONlo.' '1 dNcrbad.an5.II =: Muth : ,'MW.IMMB t:: Moats IoM FT IBM Mige .
[oflm.ld. Valu., $011ICTIARCON From 1 A5ITiS ,5.N 0th blo'ts' t-ts N OI Iwla, 1 M net IMaas 1.115 '
Iwkalt'S m.
1 5540' wa5
.. C....., nt foot thoooo tooth 00 Coral O**<**. FMTMl
$ 5)15121511AT( ROAO 1)1 COLLIER COUNTY Ral/ 1fIon CwufyM,5. rw Nash 191'1' Wail 11I 1015 _ONOO 5Nar1la SRII7II .
5111Yht WON 'N .NS0 1 t1';;( 1'M ot sad 5wtian I 105..Ns II WN' Wm.O MIBIfMt "
111 Mot to M0 POOM et NIouOd }** > Street
.. M'I7 ION *
INNN 1.-. N.nA 1 daolnbd r NI n IN..a I' r' t. .tJ. loot arolfal. w"ON t... 1015 WNI LIM of mIM Ny
t. ._.. 7115 not eI law Ra15m5M Nw
"'From IA p1m N N .1511th I'T""Z? I ou11y .M Ins=.. m. ; sad :: 0.r :bot'nnnd Mans 1 bog HYMNN lad 5301 [ NII law S.th .. D" "Y.sd MAROARCT I
I I.t: tN11or. Cwlordd. Km .."" i 1t 11 1 nil r O..IS .11"fossh l 'No.N was N NN. R,.. NL 55.0100 : Nd S.a IM = ..MLTM
a.t.,11on fan.Wro III u''r' Wool lh.. .......t1._. 5000.0 N WWru1 t". h. .51 IIwslte5.tNooN 1 taw N art ,55000505 N sad Sass /P I W R t
Sjth ..,... of INs ol Mid ..atL M .INN *4i /MM5 NeryN p0 dyn.a II It' last INN toot ...... IM saud 5.00,1505 said s a 0505th ': : N "W" :"'"I'iI-= :: CAPO SSM CwNM A"SAMUCI -**MARGARET* FMW M qa
f 05150 Ihenee .tmathwwa1Quart.r '"'" -- S.F feen! th on a North art Nt N Owl:r: I. MaMS INN 1arN It.. ,sat cu" 1.b x00550 O.aISp b+ $ NNM10N'h I.II II P LIB*.'* ad III'. i
ft onto 1 311a.\ I Ken tin* 04 .Ut KMIMOTorif :'W.rI. ':-t : '. .. II /hit M IbpOta115.ackt.rls I IBBM Weel -* J
t .1S/r Et XeT gjwul gl< Wortll Iwo:: N N soI 1 .1'0.1 Menu .
thenl*'I.wiN'O MM1.t.J| T. .. .. U* twin* ol .agihJn+ g i" \ I s.at Eu5N. ah| NerTk ..... comer of M1h.1... ef .*. L' : ::" : : :... ,.... eI .... __ .'w01t"'v 1M. ON PA .
f Conllmmg I tl acre. mro f/ to**. 11mM0 *>| ... |hon* Sewlh 4)1 te <. writ 4M ft Iasi wusy MIafNO N pans M. aid N N N .M CONTINUED ( ,



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COLLIN COUNTY NEWS, Naelaa.. Ma, Ys.....,, Novemkor 10 'IH4 fj I . . .ei > r* <* ik *>

HUM 4 TT1.7_" pl11Rw


Fort .. Flerfls

lit Orchid DIve
Plantation' Florida ..I?Vrl 1

MoM .......... Road
: Ferm.nalon Mlcnlur
J III Tarry A"."... /o,2t

AIKCN, and OOMOTMV M ".. ... Ms **.*

H.II.nd.l. Florid.OAIRIEL .
M LU".IMI fR.i A e. us**, .. wWa4JI
-- CHECK THESE Ninth Street North
ADVERTISERS -- -- 2-2l07
Napiet' Florida Mldm
EARL' 0 ores {

stir Bryan A,,anne


111 Andrawi OrivaWlntarkvill

nANiri' na-MOlri ..... wife KATHtRhNd BdJMdkllLUl ----- ---
5H\VcES V MEADORS'JEWELRY loulli. J.H.aRi.... 1-Announcements 57-Hout For Sate l
( 16-HelpAvailabU
fry *(9 Airport Rood fr _' 17'n IgA"I..A" FRIED'pETER OANI[LI and wrla IRMA HfktN kANIfeal boa'
.. t
.c O -h"", .......,.:' North lava Alamanda Miami Frartda Drive", VERA'S BEAUTY SALON ",." shoot graduolo wauM "". .reH ram. I Ms al h.ntar M

'-"'" Ml 7-Jaw Ml 1 1011 ELMER C aCHULTI JiH Mi W *uthbarrier Hard worker relublpd. ..".1 tll I' ?
Gift Jewelry Anflcjuo m ordoro 11)71 Ml Elliott A".. of lit* Awo 4H a IIn. to turn Writa Bon 1117 ., It ".....
,. .. wWi 111 "ITM AWl .0 ,... T
.11 y "..... Detroit. Mlcli.aanArratLO *. II MI' IMFII ("ltior County Newt NEW I "bedroom. I kotn Goal
JORDAN I ll/l It l lor oft*, flee;' trie kitchen. Utlll

BARBER SHOPS DRUGS LAWN CAREROSSI'S 14IN Whllcomk AvanukDatrelt SWAMP BUGGY ty reVn. tcroanod eoraf. gkr .
.|0. Hoot and Air Com ljtfttUN ,
'ChG-Y 23-Mnc. For Sal. tlOl ...eMII. m
GRAY par
sod ... .
P .... t. included
c ALL IIM Ml riliot' Avanua
> |<4 PARK ITIIUT IX PRESCRIPTIONS TOM Detroit MI.h11MKATHLEEN Srlrrtrd photos of Swamp Sob... Bad 111 VINCE CONBOY

THIIIIIU'U' FUN PANION/ OLANDtR Smile, Buggy went b* tola Sad III
I . .%0 I. W nth ItraatMiami may pur- 1 tfofraeiator IHH \"I IIh Ave '.....,
Maple Sfiopnlnl/ Cent, Prompt Pro. Dollvory,, Lown a SI" t Mono.FRCD chsiod from ari.l .,.. 117 for the M I 21111

8..".. ShopLawrenr. DON'S Co,. A DOOM JR and .....f. CAROL t. oooM two new i55
.. 1HP N W llth Court TOM McGRATH I Br.,rtrd Rug. Oval. thp *Lfd Av So f 11141,
Mir p.e'ol ..,...,
LIGGETT REXALL Fort Lauderdeia. FloridaMR Photographer 110'170 SOYD 1'
and MRS EARNEST L. JOHNSON I Circuiir braided mg 110 ) T.'h II No M' ..INI
t6pks s.-I" c-or 2.7136 MI, l-"U Is.N. I C Ian Avanua 1111 irIS St So MI I 1.581111UNIFORMI
.. S PM
Ml 1 1401t.
,. 41i--.o attractive I bedroom. I
tU All
la lit II a tea Ha i ,; copal eleonor.
ISM Cryital VI.. Court .... and largo Wo nova added Clue' liitlra it LAW on ,... .bath homo on oultundmg totvorlottking

JAEGER I INSURANCE W Miami. Florida. ..... aiioaLINNIES. ......., Rottaret forgotten col, Naplet Say.r
J JUSTICE modal. Ih.traardonco
mealy utad a
DRY CLEANING BOB'S 1111 1(.". CO"c."... left "....d,.. UNIFORM It "Ft M,..SHOP.. I'll art Narlei'II.nl.I.Furniture.11.5 Co h ,... baMirthotod
$NON.YIUY "ATN."T SERVICE ". Florida 'u ."'",. and can
ONE DAY : ;'li.: E McOEE and ItAIELLC; w. McOEC Ills wile fD JOIII lattice .back bin .,.. .. llfane al a fgura wall "..
p 1 AUTO-HOMI OWNIM-III STATION 1141 t W lit" Street NORTH "NAPlII rll.... Ml I t Utt) 11/111 M... actual coat Far appoinlmont .

SERVICE fA Ik NApl.t1/HgPPINo. .. CI"TU Mochonlt Reaa'SarvIca+ Fart L...01..1.. PlorldSIDNEY KINDERGARTEN3BostsMotors call Ml I J 4741 or drtva" ,
out Id Royal Harbor office today "
." duty LEFCOURT 26-.onll!
NORTH TRAIL Ml I-TOSS WalAng 154 A"d...,," Dries IMS tt
842 6th A n., So MI 2-7390 WALTER 'ALLHI. MI I H'J -_
North Trail Ml 2 3887

Miami. FloridaMILDRED Men or wumen ..."'" annkingpraklemi AIK ABOUT our 1 BR homo
W RAY llnfle' Acc.s.Ca. A.k lo, help ky till u...... cdnalruction on e....
SHOE REPAIR anal S W I44tti II,..t in| Ml 4)11 V,...... cor...|ll, lona. Circle in NAPLES' SOUTH
Miami, .Florid welcome. Meet.r>.. ,n First tl III.*** with good tarmaDOWN

r.4Iwaya ..JJt'HfioH V $P INCORPORATED o. Sa. III. Flatkuah. SlatlonSrooklvn .. In pw.Ns.rirNaChan. Nano,, Iona.sal. ...pint at (Ik Church Ave ovary Annei Tuo an and lihII for Sao PAYMENT ut about allowingdo PROBLEMS7
YOU CAN ADVERTISE t f' ) of lies ...u' U' ChrisC,0R. cdil any oaintIn.. meson
I / M New York Toss I...'"... N.ad fn. ni.hl at t 10 P M4Vl.nt.d ,Y N .IstlrNa word pow loll
E COLLIER COUNTY NEWSriyUrHattato IN THIS SPACE THI FIRIT IN FT iAUDEROAlE, to Trualaa a. Depth Finder, oeorcNJOM toward the coal of your paw

... CALL Ml L2107 C Had or )", rr \ a:,.c",.:;. fIrs At ; # c: ," To Buylsd .."WILLIAM", .. S TON[. INC
NYN. frV $
; S ",,.. s'.". u j uqr IN lo INf1pi, etP I. r.n t.41 J} ,1. I Tulla.rCe /

;in mewing about your rnpanta, FOR DETAILS WORK OlMIMvreeDtj .. ... Ilelde. : ,. n pickup Iruckt wanlMl Tenth M Nn MI PUTS

fin Ara S.IfI I...0IP JAMES L IELL iu'.," >.. ..,11 .111 Good ondilion llahlman. Prop: .MALL nUTI
1771 Rum Mow Chris Craft Engine, ,, TaakOKki rtia Mlinlenanca, Ca I Nary CPI ,longs hems N10eb.droem
Naolae' Florida Finder ;t ko .1'\/11 a "" rlv.All"
MR and MRS LEVI F MOWETH N.v, ;...rd'n": Varnish too Iurnislad wit ;" :pval Film
lit Qranata .,....tPI. at ..,pp.... Mir,na or Mane f.I.7i7 h .1,,7 tlave unafrelniaralwr ; : 'lit: ,..... manv .",,,.. eIII I...."
remaiokle Ml t Hite. 11.110 011O down
Pierce Florida. MI. i too io/Jo it ll/l 71 11 Ownen
flOG' MR and MRS RALPH MANNO ltO IOhAv.. North M l
HOG 'iDUNlI @ 4)1 "101.. Road 2IIN f IUO Mrattri ..
; FOaf SNAIfO Cad, Qrnvt New Jeney Builnvit Oppt.UbnjiW H-Autot For Sale ./ l t f
DERRY SMOTHIRe 4 COco I l.rdrn7 Nthfurm.l'
II'''''. t WalwtarMI ,..", I.. .lion for In lk lrk Would' insider
OUR Flttk' A owl,. South r.>.... Contact L_...: Nanninat TOP GRADS USED CARS ......... to rttlkl.. talons MI

,YeAerz Naplei. ",Id. \OIUO. Fifth, A".. a.12H.lp a } MU4 ll/l t/
VIAD IAPOTOCNY' / \ COLLIER COUNTY our ...ot r/M ,.a ..11. CUt

SNA1'I".J 111 Waihinaton AvanuaElvrla MOTORS hwoo ftIr Solo. fAy ..".. Lot
Ohl.LFNNER ...III 1M11.dt. IIh II M
CORP. Wanted L-.l-T un.i'*$..iavV"1mn4lrart I III MM,, |IH down ba1M..
14 Cnryilart and nymoulhilim.HO ton yaart Call Ml. ttkt
1050 Savanth AvanuaMiami :
ADuL All kit ,* "
r latch. Florida M.... .. .. ,.. fo, supply
N mnd.n far ,into tea RaCi Ra ., T Sedroom. 7 kith. Den, Oa.
508 TRACKS I / purur7'ltACKS "TAKE atyled NOTICC eauia. That. the a Declaration .f Taking hat) .keen tiled In thaakova Soda, FwnHi........,.,n.urlIe Lunch with Roomsalary abl, ana Chrytler at' hii Plymouth 1'/er' lOlatman 11/4 Waaa II! "Dish... .I.Tan.h..Air,,Conditional,,,,..,,,... or anal unturnlahed -
ky Petitioner,
the at Muit
POEM 1BS / acquiring authority IhoMproceeding Ity hav..p.rlenc5" and
I !. of the taking of lha abova daicrlbad. 'lanila. tar the purpose end ,.,.....". Write Bai Ill loop wilh avariitotl Iuga-"A1 III kM III I4IK Avaia
10 PAYrtRd a FOLINDA lot forth In tha Palitlon In Ibis cauaa. "vac Aa n.ht ./ way for a portionof W, Colllor, County N.... canalilian 5110 ) /III 511.1 P hen* t IM.rn'L1fi1t"

WoooS, SwAArKSALON6 II.'. Road Sal ,In Colllor County. Florida and that ana of t". "d... 10/4 II m ll/l tt amt II 1
of tha Circuit Court of tha Twelfth ., lantfrayar J..a Oaaii CMrTl 7 rid, bill
ROy1p5 Judicial Circuit' Florida. will an Iho Winlod' aualif,,** l I."n,.l..ry 7lTl VTeisdown
llth day ol November. AD IM4 .t' M .clock In tha forenoon thereof. iKfinolniitl' 1 lor II .bad hoipilat' II11M1IutINN'line 1 Ml' } MIItM1 > ie 'YII'' ma* To) "1l/en.:
In Circuit Court Ch."'..... In Colllor County Court Houia al Cool Naplai. en Wail Cast Apply P 0 Bait
./u Florida, canalder, Ita ,Jurisdiction' tha Insufficiency plaadingi, said. ;. NOPIn" fla ll/l 11 Cad Full pw Air Cone1ia A._..,..
1 Daclarallan M Taking. appoint appralura and make luch ardor aa tha tim."To' round Wuklba I' prlvala awnar Phil N Newt Mildy' Olton'
Court deemt proper All partiaa ta tho lull and all pars ""' MIl11011 .IIA ta IP
5k partlaa Intarattodmay raliakla Ix*"'"!" and H JAEGER
HOB .IF, / NNDOP JIq appoir and ka hoard at the lima and piece ....,."..... urdin Apply" H.pTta R c'aa /' M41Truclll_
W i i Vou ud loch 0' "11II, Na "...b" co..d.d t. .p...., byIlln.. lion Dept I"1 Rep It E
l I an an.... ta tha Patltlnn h..o'..,. tiled In TMa c."*. In lha antitlad N.pl.t. Ihoppind Clr"T.I I MM
0fl SOIL zi Court nn or "before ,,,. Illh doe at Hov.......' A D. 404,' ta show whet e Tf.ctor.

rlaht "". ,,,,..... or liana you or any" of vow, hava" in and ta any of 13-H.lp Wtnt. Female
SS-loU For Sal
tho ek..... deacrlbad. lunda and show u... why tho ..", ahauld. not .ka GMC TRUCKS *

11 IEIIICI.AW$ Han f-r the mea and purpoeoa oat forth in the petition filed. herein UNlOR, HIAUTV OPIRAIuWor Oat tha .boot Into for
WITNFS. mv h.nd and the suit. of Mid Court an Ibis foth day of alnki...ha.i shop. in CanitaR.IX lieLUFF COMMERCIAL LOT
SNOW IN MuDfsor.Wlr October" A D.. IK*. Cutup C n.y NAJ2 money
SAND /a/ M."QA It IT T SCOTT ''I't; OMC INC. Jutl oft Ill Trail tin Ave

W/LD AN/MALS lb NOT ALWAS Ll'1Ff PERffr Clerk at tha Circuit, Court I Lady interealod in Photography 411 Hh M Nartli North IMelW BUSY AREA
Collier Cnur.lv. .. Hiss. III.Iff*.
Flnrlda Ien
willing ta loom Alto tapakla T..t" mn42Machinery
TRACKS I DVf7 SAND 50/I. F MUD cVE DFFER'vrIMPRESSON5 Syo5: / 'INEZ MAOILL, D. C of .......... phone and Sony A......'..

a 4150, ACrroN UKE WALK/NB, FLORiPAWiLDLiFE Ing at receplioniit Writa Baa Equip. Lutill Out Virgil M.....",
OCT. IT NOV. S. 10, 17, 1f'< fill in; Al* Collior County Newt Nokia Wright'
QUNN/N6, JUMPING OR 9TAN0W6 f f/te I .,. It
W.Trao JoiTi'il Cub fA..*.. with .....h.' and
WE/6Hr Ofl ?NE AN/MAL MAXf tl jJ/iffREhfE wanpp y DEWEY: POLLY
IN CIRCUIT COURT I awl RANI On,5o W4nor naver oo.dN, i at l lkpreyer

1 BEST TRAC/5 ARL MARE IVHfLf uvALt/N6/A TRACKS TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT' TWIIFTM'IN CIRCUIT JUDICIAL I COURT CIRCUIT, 1...Y 'u, ear noun .m..'.... MIN and i rake pumps.I aattina Ha, aicRatal. May

IN AND FOR math it Pralharr. Dry CleaningDipt .liar 441 ,. ... REALTY
COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA Mutt ka Sopahl. at na .iHt fieedi M* l
n OP MORIOA pipe 111 wateratan
IN CHANCERY INS CHANCCRV hind ......". Puma apply. ,in Mr M Ducal
.nopump Oed D..... .Raalta
FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER F/5M COMM/5f/4y0' UNITED BONDING NO' It/I INSURANCE .... till parson tt Prolhar kaunaJlt > ',.'n, IN) t".. Iraclnr Corner l.l'A"Polly. Na. an*)
MAUL N and M H tu.nlett Heel. trailerIN Tamtam Trail,
COMPANY an Indiana Corporation RUlEFT01MU. latiitary l..pi.l shorthand ra Ch. with I II H ,ntul.l.a1, Mt 11111TTy4rHTer
authorued to d* kuainaiaIn "' wind. I........ parlonca ads retort Man WoimerIaria4
Florida krtote office I 10,11. tnl* f ine r ill..."
TORrt ./.rd P.rm.nanl. full lima
Hunters Take Note PlaintiffTHOMAI tl, 1111 kuiMing M SevaC klMkitram
: S day...S Phone tar inter weal NQoh.p.a U t Plane
\II NOTICE or SUIT many ox M" Uuil High e1.vNon, via SectS la hor Int IM Wi/ff'
HENRY SAXON AND rid III >MMm>nt .NChanlar
Ml' I MM 11/1' *t :
JUANITA SAXON T..,.. Run C.R..IIN, th Hall
Defendenta Add' ,.. unknown Junior ana1 "'I'M'rr.Or: tt >l. Ill A w. .a. Ml I lllnim .
ADDREII UNKNOWN. You haa ara.boon1d tiarakv notified thatwit 1 11501 it/i V NOCK MARIOR

CAP Prepares For Handling VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDCourt against you IM inaar"1[ <.. Chr ii l
Mermmio' Tars "u.l M lha akovaentitled I HI Mama Trailer tor tale
tae plow
hos' bse sod filth. Hololeso a.t .o. ,Cholbw. tows and you ore karekyrequired mat fOlf 1 limit' 1 'I 1&'..".* in patio, L...,... ,n 11I..1 M Quiat *N,.hkaf
u pas II Write Boa All I 11// ,
0005d Pi..ntl/, Ills ....... to ares upon plaintiff t .'r"T"totrru': Traitor P.,. pad1.115', 4 IM arwa N
attorney whoaa nemo and addrataappaer after I M "|hl I/ litLM. Soils Mir
Tha raal properly aovght taka tieraon. your wnttan dafenftea IM1111p511A1ar1.1.l
foreclosed la deMriked aa fog If ., M.le
any to lha kill Ism 14-rUlp Wanted
lows Joint lr soil, of which 45-Tf.il.fa For Rent
Lots 17 and It Block M New. ::1. copy L..II'' 0" VirNI AINoumN.ol.
...... is you tierewlth art ortor ',
.. Sukdlvition, ImmokeleeFlorida It-AllY RUB Vuur.g W..h'
Season helor. NtvMhe. II AD''INI.Neran a will w'ifrv >
Hunting Emergencies .. recorded In ..., Sock
I. pagea 11 and 11. of the PuklK. lad nit N d.crar p.cenboss. man. II to 25 y.*n uf "(. 'tr.c ak kp<,., Sao POLLY
Na d, N Colhor PlordoYOU wdl hi .M..d a.anl ,..". Rerk Coo. To.1.l DEWEY
'r. Iho relief prayed In Ilia rill::I Munt IM high Mhwit "rdnI /.b lilt 1/
ARC RIQUIRt0 Nve a .
at complaint
will need the of all copy of your en.... ar other plod T". nature .. said mil Ste I Ciuud opportunity If yuu REALTY
With the Florida hunting Ma., support CAP planebe should start t Mgt, upon the Pleintiffo attornayaHelen DivorcowlTMftt bethgN 46-Tr.iler Pails Spac.g .

lOG opening thllwekndNoym.br ., en and their families. big fire, using green fuUage to : Tenaa Hapo and Allis my hand and tha ..l. are wllllnf ,lu walk ant! Ra.Na
QM 0a.sy
M, thousands of hunters will I I Here are suggestions from make It smoke heavily to at. I Weal Vanca. Flatjier Ml SscarM II. Miami Building. Floridend II. of aa.d Court al I Neplea. rtoridaBy lta'lI. tharart'i raftrnr : Manalartan fraak Pool Carnar I IM Art fall ... *r>4Tamiami

flock to the wood to try their. CAP: tract the attention of the pilot. it I. f.la the original cuts tha Clark. this 11th do of Oc/eb.r T :COT D ?IIMMANOART itquliod Rend Mpplliktiun .Ramp yearly. itHilllekoi'O'fVeaeanekl Aa1 MI '. m Trail\

lurk Bom will become last, When a hunter leaves home,he He should also try to clear an i tha akovo tha 4th entitled day at Court Ootomoor on. orkeforo CWh C"t c.rtISI.LI In ruttr own riamlwrltlBK. In ,1110. Turn eli t* m11..11,: ,inlet'

should Inform his family where cloth I I.*.. othorwioa ...,.,, / .l Capri Rao .ay* i Ma
10m. will tiT vehicle trouble, area and lay out .rlp.lo ...,.... a will kaentorod 'l.TYOIT': O K 8 r...norl dellvery, Nil kilo 540.50 ll/l 114l S9-Aerug.
and [: be Is fotngthat la the the When the bunt yayDated Populy _
others will be needed al camp attract pilot. al Naplea, Florida. Colt, rial. HaOtf
and area where he will be bunt. Is he should there County Ihit lath at OctokarMARQARET : kOROMOTY 4 TAYLOR
their homes for an emergencyNaples ., er spotted stay day Walter O -Api. For Rent
By .
oorokoty. tall >W Pare
.... (.parTaiMa, ; "RauiMtaniani t>on"trrmaal tut end ur
Squadron of the Civil Air Ing-and when he will be back until a land party reaches him, T SCOTT Attorney lor plaintiffMl Oit4*) >.....ha>i local ..1001! tor ire.iar' Mava M ft. ol

Patrol has prepared again for tushould also leave a list of unless otherwise Instructed by Clerk at tha Cxauit Court P 0 CaMr.Ay... IMNepiM lant pay too CAN. Nipia* EBB TIDE ARTS ( .ment Polio. Septiai) IlntM
Ml t !
inch eroercencles. the type of clothing he will be messages dropped from the (CLERK By IEALIHelen INEZ MAOILL, 0 C Florida. y..M-. Cl.k 11/4 ttrf WNIIy. M..hl' fe.onNMI wall F-tMjno in I:1 ..ow. I.':
uj otro
Oct M tl. Nov I. I* 1144 ;l irvM-or Ha...
wearing" If a hunter gets lost, plane. Tanw Mop and i iIN slat Oparalor r Ndaa N m.nrh N.areol
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: M an TriMM
B lit from"tola
or has trouble be should' stay al home should also Yanca ., .... ** Ono mile GoldMh
Bob Arid
Captain commander Those try I 11 wart Fiigior Miami wont' and M..*y (. M Guam
at Maples squadron, announceed calm and try to reason out the to remain calm, U was pointed I Far Piamtit"Nav IN AND FOR I COURT PAwns Co NaUaal| -tf lIABLE SHORES A ITS.Ml .f 42.,'Lo.r.J1J-:.

that tbrouchout the hunting best way to get home. More than out, and allow a reasonable time I. II. I?. II. lint_slag COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA riptriorwo. man aranfaa'."* lana ta)> I44MpeyyRoadTkn tMALL FIVE ACRK I,.... with
IN' P roaartr ma ntooanca AroooAvoiliggieTtHi'l
season, Us personnel and equip. likely, It will be 24 hour after to lapse between the tune the PROBATEIN HI aaapa ..,. Good ...... pa.o ,..... sou elIryNr. .low lewIs
aent will available for search he Is due home, before a search hunter is expected back: and the The pukIM ara informed thatkaari 5pyNc ,IN RE ho.Ma.yt Can Ml 7wHr H* a 11 aralkiaii'Onlanaaee SCHOOL AREA Toe

missions. To make these effortsby will be Inaugurated call Is made for help. .. wdl a 5.11 5/ toCpNbwo. ru.rs BOVCf of DOWNEY .... know 1--..men h Irem.n I .., ..... .... .* MM'or! "..,.._ Iwo alht. ear lo01.wall .
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the squadron successful, CAP When the hunter does best the However whom the hunter is / S N ; M'; Ts.sday 1ail N.Nab, DsMarIIM .. FIOOV DOWNS tar If+air ,work ,o' M*'.> i. : ). TTl I *t arr.A ,. wall torpoL largo
lanataa w 1 M..r
overdue members at W IM pvrpsoa N hs.rmgn CPSDITORI Mr H. -
definitely : .
NOTICE TO blond O...is0e.nl Cs'" o/ .
the family should gather all the -.mpl.wto Mw/d c nit ra.NM ha n Ind wip IMMNe'sa al An, .....-. at ike Eeteto .* ,.e M.... IM..V P100aMI : 050 1//I/J.ar*. 11511 .0.1 04, NI

Hangar Scoop Information, ran about where .l 1- __ BOVCf PEOOV DOWNEY.DOWNEY rice Defeated known at / .d4$d N MI -"H 41 REALTORS Prttt Ava. toJMI
From tko N| at s.c._ sri
be was going, with whom, what 71 i Two .... Renge aornar flE Cot.... _., _./.." and raauirod to "oreany I Mil. I.tvA, I MIl

he wu wearing and how he was County \aut" tMrt c'aim a* "':-:1 1 5-S.U. Help Wanted iriTilied bed,1sm ....... se, :=,'.. ...,. re b HUM
Wool III.I.-along <*>a NariKline kava sumsRod .pl N/ s .. ."....,... I 1.1or INA AMP SITE M Ceti.erC4nly .
I By LT. MOLUE SPEMT.R getting n" his destination. Thee at ".d 5N1..w1 : IKO at lha County Judaa of c_., Men 1 "....... awn 100'Owding IIr 111 I ELEVATION

they should either contact Bob Wool bo of ,am.. nl .J.tJ"SIII CovMr Florida' itsail ftepieamonth ... .....,.-. -_." ,.. from II** par atra up CatM or
to oetektiaM tho paint a* kaainnma Fund. wah. 5,1 III doN car It Narn ,,,,. ..,... Ira .rI.-I= Isms
And at WT7J or operations Tho from tha a.ia at1 tno Nol Me.. ab.p MI 5.
Sowtk I'M II I Srte COUN
CAP officer George .peneer at Z.MZ1 tool *'* I toot alone Iho awl wow p.,aixboM of ibia ftotwa fish such 1.;II1Cf. ,. .. lirtiioliaa ermjiona.lliJ 7y Mr.subd.N.lo ROAD>> 4 CITY WAtSRtl :
Know Your He m or damand A
m at ka M '
IKIO at1 Tamiam* Trait. thenaaSevtk TfTass.steelm5It5 ... ,
or radio station WjtOO 14127 H'0* H" kVeat aO5.o. and eaol NON the piaaa o. root Fun't me pee t.>..ie 4koa Oils We PM par .. Trims
.... od MO. a MO Ml .
m a
and CAP will handle tt from thonta NortH I'" II" wool 471 S pool otfica addroea or tie '1M IlIN Ba ut NlolN IRCOASTAL/pWA.
be feat ta too sad Nort tMo atSoatian Ua.m.-t and miMt ka awom to ky ,MO*
Tuesday evening November Sunday proved to an even there. rha c (imont, kia agent or kia attornay ""WAY ,1t0"AOI _
II .
Naotti M.oTH
10. will be Family Night at die more successful day with CAP b ease members the fame loot Mid toot-Id 10 pawit ofBaaiy ,". a.** a law WIN peaomo vo.d atord 49-Howa For Rent i.o site e Pa/< Roval 0.r1151 Htrbor ..A.....DE....

Squadron FUU. All families members and cadets parking ily want messages dropped, they TM Mw ft lie re a.5.d Irem R I */ Thomaa R Brawn PUtltC NOTICE i YELOPERa DREAM Wit oello
.. Attorney ..* tewlf a'aaxaM* anal "" 'M1rWM aU M.It* per
Operations Officer Lt. should decide on the message, rs..4IMN N C t Cps-areis/._
of cadets are Invited to attend cars. Morton Downoy. ) koofraowi ci\ home .n"E .are lao-1.
sad of coarse: guest and whether tt is seta CARROLL VEOA. FICtITIOUS MAMKTha to tiinajnii or 4s.rMUi .1. ..
exactly OrCOUNTY "
welcome too. Cadets tt this parking, had the extra Job this COMMIIrowIRs SHOWN" 4 NIChOLS .......,a"** oaat _eSp a' 'H Ml lm NoIfciUren Si :fid' Olli"l..r.T

dme of polling cars out which ally sdrtoM, then contact say (" Vne II. Stun BovM.ngttp It'" mad we *'. .-..atir>i o whit ulN .. 0 5LN/
will be warded ribbons year >ea PWasAMNMpi ,inal. rea1 K '"' a ,MM N 0.54
of the above personnel.rustic 'LIrrl" M e w.T CN/ r MOO tomplatoTv pit 5l'. Tern.
and cniflcarej. so b 1* t very got stuck In the parking era : kar A....,.. f._., ,Sad C0<.l.or CauMy Flaria'4 a)0r .'"...... aantraiiy loaaltdT 11050100001 W.1010000. SeIe
Oci V Nov |. It \\f lota ir.tM th OKI name at MARCO &
commended on the Deovty Clark -etOMM 1114 low vtl. M land ro.50 rr
CAP was (3001 tars.
important time In the UM oft NOTICE !o. I I/ IH4 .... L IMat said 5.4 torn 'a. Ml lilli' 11111RaafJ VIUOLADIS .ItI..Ay

Naples Cadet. Refreshments job they did getting the cars ttOT'C( er PUSL/C NIARNOTM .p5.N,I5.14 at tM pianos 1115.5105 of rooMcnoa tarakM .w"AlVliANOIR .-:: OMV ana ...... tram Mata

win be served and Commandant into the parking lot and gettiV NOTICE, Or PUBLIC MEARIRQTbo NOTICE; Of PUSWC NIARIN4 M.Mt pen ........... lintp5 SO-I..", For lent pare.a.. ENNN 4 ttl Tcma* .
Vance Rimes baa diem OIK .pu*..c .". d/Nlia.i ail a TIM 4 ara oaai'aii' / Mat ..a. ; .. on F/t.151Ce.rhewN I TAMTAM N 511 ovo >*lona* I ,...*.
prepared ,. ..... .... .. I... I=5'r-s.I/Nbald at t N .: \:.It"r 0.545554 NolTAS/A//o .rakar C..* >
a Die be Senior members vOI meet !:: M M feel Nepiea. Flai4t N olm.NIPM MAp Nil .... Send "'* oC
*) to
program enjoy .-r-: : .. f-: pO.u-ail M AM. fvoaday, Owaio.L I tow Mt rwrp.sa M hswp QoMIII.IMI. FWN. < MH iT III1J H LUFF
Tuesday evend7+g. November It N tor .Moto... you ._ N M..CO Le00t .
edbyaO. Meeting will be tt I'W hve pap s1 of hdrwyIIy e rl..a wy N N
with me Naples' Swamp I. NM W w11 pvrpa. N hoohg ao> iaa ta or ra.ia t ocr the :;t..". obedd M N : a.sd .. t-. Rot pool (MIN 5nbN
T Buggy .
p.m- I rNN., s.5M.. MI/.5 .. ant a nested Nd.ar4.d d.a.'Id -- AlflAMMPJL TAtETAN4M 51-We.ted T. I.,.. .'1 I1b It N. NapNS
eel Comtrdncc, E: = 0M N e I b.d u baits :;.Loll m S/o1.v: f e / : MAR/ORrf N TAiETAM4*%
I Nhe5s51/ tanwI4I Pool it n our Mtontuja) to aaaHy toka I..., /liar h.ON 11r.asVl Tied Fn.laslNI.
Last week was a really busy l.M1 m., v5b lUa .I.Ny S.a' Lsl1t..- .. Nhit .... 1. ..... 11. CeIC Clark of rka Ciravrl Cawrt nNed "..... {'_". Ooai'aa fur gory phly .,- ,.51d.wd5 .
week for Civil C -.'..r'.eh... *vioean FIN" Seel Maptoa ... ..y Ce..lp i..r uny Roo NTM tor Collar County ftarido laM .b04 f neat k uie ar Mall hNr dens,
Air Baa
Patrol. The -d to I toraajomai la N rs/anod Mom or M/RCO,0O4E rf'V1
r_ .. e:1 hVe aril naaio at Ayer valor yearly kao*. I4.IM **. l/tM N oaf
parade proved to be successful ..b U Can or .. fend iThe : rpe.a.d moos R a d 1-4JM lodMirial to R I ipi under tkd prevone of Rent .... .ak o Cei-er Conni. .ib
very fromR
'a :
Nay ro nda-'Ool CleeaXtaet Owoor {! .
R n b..lNwl O.INx i ha.INI Lewa /0/o Ac/1 N._ .oa IM' AU 11/4 M
with Exeoxfyt Officer s.- to C lCa imait'a) tM a. I
,. : ., left V>e and Opal kierter r'enrs/0S'or el 'I""
H. u O.Nt ,54th .iriANDCR L TAIETAWOlOROON AMseiN.lP
Earl Hodges as marshal.CAfs BOARD", OF r"o COMMIMIORSR COVJRfV COUMIItlONIRt .M/010011 NAa TA00 55-J.of Office "IS N. Kapar H.tIIt! 0_
Color Cat rd did as MTT COMMIoilOREftSSEAt SEALi 11 A> c/ 4 kMOAHISLLltr
prono M.' Nol T Ie_ CWf Maraarot T acatt Clark ,,..,, Of L..
and aU the cadets .' r van '.Wf ll t A w ," .a ter CNN ROBERT H JAEGER
certainly art If WT AD : w tally. toon/ lI'a e.tc" 5v Miloelos aoaaaa 'orti
e R w Bean/ tif-ty ... t ,,,, Car ...
w be cuimiended the Civil .. A!' Curs Clark ft. 1 a Me. Av.M RN "I; PN.rNo
on .. 1 511 1111 .111 Mi I U> 11'1, I It
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COUIW COUNTY NEWS, Naples. FU,, Tu..J.y, Newmbw 10 1'604/ e She Knew Name
r BusinessDon Of Former Bank
Herman fflareky gave his 9.

Police Hunt Intruder yeer.olddaughter, Carol, $10for
her birthday so that she could
Lander county agricultureagent er in the area, with bU home on open her first bank account
appeared before the County one side, and cattle gracing land She wu fining out a bank
Commission this morning and ex. on the other, would have to travel application when she rune to
Who Broke Into Motel tended an Invitation to board a total of six miles to get on the line asking the name of her
members to be guests at a the other side-WO feet away.A former bank. Carol wrote:
"Farmer's Barbecue" scheduled communication posing these "Piggy" In big bold letters.

A description furnished police roused out of their sleep, talked for Wednesday, November 25. questions was In the hands of I

by a couple who were with the visitor who claimedto Lander said the farmers of flood control personnel.A Late Sports

wakened by an intruder in their have been confused and got the area will stage the barbecue
room It the Howard Johnson Into their room by mistake and I 11 the farm of Carl Hidden, I
for the
north and that letter of application
lust ) of the airport,
Motel at 6:46 o'clock Sunday they did not hold him Proton
'.ltuid: county officials are In. Job of "county planner"was read
morning has given Naples police then walked into his parents'room vied The barbecue coincides at the meeting from an Individual Chip Johnson
their primary clue to the bur- next door and saw the +, 1 with National Farm-City Week presently employed In a similar

glary of several rooms In the same man standing by a chairon d which falls during the period position In New Hampshire. The
motel that morning. which his father had left November 23 through 28. Commission now has two applicants By TKO

Mr and Mrs. William A. his trousers but the intruder YAslr Lander was also granted per. for the position. The latest
Prelce of Eau Gallle, on being convinced them that It was allan mission to attend a meeting of applicant said he would expect a Naples heavyweight boxer
honest mistake and was the State Directors of County minimum salary of$9,000. Chip Johnson knocked down
permitted Agents, scheduled for tomorrowin The board was also advised Jimmy Cooper three times In
w to leave Tallahassee. by the Florida Development Com. the third round last night In
Later in the morning Mr. ,.. mission that an application for a Manchester England and was
and Mrs R.S.Raymond of Coral 1 federal grant of $29,985 had been awarded a technical) knockout

Gables reported to police that Th Commission authorized made to partially finance the pre over the well-regarded younger
their room had been entered, a the purchase of 20 acres of landat paratlon of a comprehensive development brother of top-flight British
billfold valued$5.00 containing $250 per acre for a county platy jor Collier Coun. .
$31.00 In currency a woman's t cemetery. The plot i. Just off ty. The Commission has budget fighter Henry Cooper.It
ed about to add to the was Johnson's second fightin
purse valued at $5.00 the Lake Trafford Road between $11,000
= federal grant England In little more thana
a bracelet worth $20.00 and a Immokalee and thelake.
month. He battled to an ear-
cosmetic bag valued at $5.00
.. lier draw with Harold Prescott
I and a check all stolen
signed ,
I Action on a request by the The Commission studied the though fans were convinced
out of their room. The check SIGNS OF THE TIMES Seasonal visitors are reported arriving earlier Gulf Coast TV Corp. for right application for a beer license Johnson had won that fight.

was subsequently recovered than ever at winter homes as well as at the Naples hotels and motels. to use the right-of-way on the made by William Dunn to the Johnson then resolved there
Several other rooms in the The photo shows Mr. and Mrs. Norman Staples of Greenwich Conn., Isles of Capri Road to install a State Beverage Department and would be no chance for a referee -
motel were also reported enter agreed that If the license was
about to take a spin around town after their stop at the Beach Club TV cable was delayed. Further to decide the bout against
ed. In all cases the screen study will be made. Recently, granted and Dunn complied with
had been cut and sliding glass Hotel. The Staples are socially prominent in Greenwich. action on a request by the firm zoning regulations there was no Cooper. Johnson managed by
door opened. (McGrath photo) for a county wide TV franchise reason why he should not be al. George DeBusman of Naples.
was postponed for further study.' lowed to operate. has attained quite a popular
HAVE YOU SEEN this man? Granting permission to lay cableto Dunn reported he was plan. following on his brief visitsto
The .
Artist conception, drawn by Mrs. Scott. Judge Suspends ting him judge to considered Okeechobee commit.School Gulf AmericanContinued the Isles of Capri apparentlywill nlng to act as an agent for a England. The victorious
Naples Police Officer Gary II for Boys, but granted the boy's hinge on decisions about TV beer dispenser which could be fighter will return to Florida
Young, of prowler who enter franchises.The used In the home and that any tomorrow night DeBusman
(Continued from plea for one more chance to
page 1)) RightsOf prove
Driving from licensed beer retailer could
( 1)) sup.
ed several rooms in the Howard himself with good schoolwork.Any page said.
Johnson Motel early Sunday He is survived by four broilers more unsatisfactory reports ply the beer. He stated reports Possible future opponents of
200 will jump to about $15,000by that he
morning. Theft of $31 cash John. Joseph Frank ofMamlroneck. Local YouthThe will result in commitment to ,March, he a1 on pub.
and some Jewelry was reported. N.Y., and Robert driving privileges of a 16. Okeechobee, Judge Stanley made speeding of work will be accomplished tho Central and South Florida lie places operated by coins was Billy Walker, the fair-hatr
The intruder Is described of Larchmont N.Y.j and two clear. ed of British circles
year.old boy were suspended for he said, by doubling the Flood Control District to con. false. boy boxing
as about 66",weighing about sisters Mrs. Mary Hogan of 90 days Monday by JuvenlleCourt A 16-year-old boy who owns a work shifts. demn land in the county for an Tomorrow George (Whip)
130 pounds, In his early 40s, Marmaroneck and Mrs. Susan Judge Richard M. Stanley. car but has no driver's license It appeared progress was being Interceptor canal. This canal will Williams of Naples returns to
with crew cut grey hair, ruddy Wrlghtwlck of New Rochelle. The youth had appeared before was told to submit his licenseto made but commissioners pointedout extend for a distance of about Three commissioners and the ring after a seven-month
complexion, of slight build with Mrs. Hunter is survived by the judge on an earlier occasionfor juvenile officer John Rogers that with development rate of eight miles In the eastern part State Representative James L. layoff when he takes on Bobo
when the boy obtains It. He had
blue or gray eyes, said to be two nephews, Howard Miner a traffic violation, This time, driven the car without a license 800 acres per month the firm of the county. Walker were planning to fly to Reckley of Nassau In the eight-
well groomed and well dress of Stamford Conn., and Donald the boy was observed going 55 and had produced his brother's would not be able to meet all The flood control district has Orlando this evening to attenda round semi-feature at Miami
ed. Miner of Richfield, Conn. miles an hour along Third Street license when a trooper observedhim schedules established by bonds. already filed condemnation suits meeting of the State Assocla. Beach Auditorium. Reckley
Funeral services and inter- South in Naples. driving erratically and pul. Weber countered by saying that against Barron Collier et al, tlon of County Commissioners.The is a last-minute substitute for
The cautioned within the next few years equip. canal agenda called .
Judge the youth for a right-of-way for a for discussion
ment will be in New Rochelle. led him over. Joe Nardi, who was forced to
valued at $5 million will
not: to drive during the SO-day ment which will be about 560 feet of proposed state leglsla.
Report Potential Local arrangements are being be used to speed development. cancel out because of Illness
suspension period. U he does, a wide Including dikes along each tlon.
handled at the Richard A. Pitt- mandatory jail sentence is In Attorney G. E. Carroll appeared side in the family.
Storm Breaking Up man Funeral Home.ANCESTRAL store for him. BUDDING ARTISTHOPKINSVILU before the Commission MOPE nutty MAI Of Williams, who also Is managed -

MIAMI, Fla. (AP) A tropl. A 15-year old boy was granted :, Ky. (CAP) just before the noon hour, pro. FLORIDA TOIRISTS WILL by DeBusman fought last
cal depression, watched the "one more chance" by the judgeto After his grandson presented him posing plats for an additional 41 The board wanted to know RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I in February He and Reckley
put two days for possible RECORD do satisfactory work In school. with an original painting,Sterling units in the development. He also who will pay for a bridge at the are styled as hard-hlrtlng box-
The youth was put on probationby proposed an "escrow agreement" point where the canal will Inter and the of
winner -
storm development, was break. SAWYER, Kin. (AP) Tina Lanier entered it In the Penny of certain bonds.The ers, tomorrow's
Ing up along the Yucatan coast Diane Dauner, new-born daughterof the court some Ume ago. In lieu sect with Alligator Alley. The fight has been promiseda
The judge read aloud royal FairThe Commission studied the pro board saw a future flooding problem .
800 miles reports
southwest of Miami
Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Dtuner" of Fr chance at highly-regarded
today from the boy's teachers during painting won first prize, posal but delayed action until In certain areas where the
Sawyer, hold of T Florentine Fernandez.
may some sort
The Weather Bureau. said the record for the number of living the probation period. Neither What the Judges didn't know was next week's meeting. dikes will stop the natural drain. Tomorrow night's main eventat
achievement effort The progress reportheardthlsmorning In Collier County. B was
nor grades age
disturbance wu weak and dls.organised .
anceitora.She that Lanltr'i 11I\
grandson on Units 1 through 12, no Miami Beach is a lightweighttussle
have been satisfactory, and one also pointed out there was
showers with, consisting occasional mostly winds of hafour grandparents five rour.rul.randparenlland teacher commented that the youth years old and composed the picture indicated that work In that area provision for a bridge at any between Ray Camachoand

up to S3 miles an hour grest-grtndpsrenta living. grett- "could do well if he tried.* tn his kindergarten class, was 80 per cent complete. spot over the canal. A ranch. Tony MamarellU

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