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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 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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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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0 el? .,t TOKYO (AP) Four South
Korean who came to Japan foi

the Olympics asked today to go

Not to Communist North Korea
May One other South Korean a 27.y..r.o1d .

Htaa. man, defected list

week. A total of 4,300 South Ko

reana cam to Japan at Olym



Come Until 65 pie ROME visitors.(AP) A Christian

Democrat deputy called today

for a law limiting the strikes ; )

plaguing Italy a* a Communist /
called walkoirt pmlywd the
day following the death of Mr nation's railways for the fourthstraight
Helen Aldacosta Scott
Mrs. and Mrs T J. Hunter, struckby day. CECIL DRAKE:
now held In the county jail ont
a car she was driving on The deputy, Glusewe Druaaca *.
will
of
manslaughter,
charge
Vanderbilt Beach. Mrs Scott Aldo Mom
said Premier
,
Circuit "
In
probably Court be Friday arraigned Assistant was charged yesterday with cul. /.ia:; should reply In the Chamber of For The First
payee negligence and driving a Deputies to demands for legislation .
States Attorney George Vega while intoxicated. Each count STEVEN MATHEWS astride the bike IS a mighty happy boy today. lImIUnc"rlkel.

Jr., said pointed this morning.out Judges of could carry a possible sentenceof This ih Ito' i .rthdav and voUerdahe w ,s pn i,'fit<'rt v\'ith the Uoro's coalition of Christian Time UF DriveIs

the Vega 12th Judicial Circuit resideIn 10 years If Mrs Scott Is new gilt.' IIII I hi of that,' Naples Jay', Xict put .th., \,Ste" campaign Democrats and Socialists has

Fort Myers and their schedules found guilty. St"\'n..I i fifth grads student at :,11\ll'lIla\\< II. mid th'' Ion of been harassed for weeks by CountyWideFor

preclude an announcement at Mi and Mrs F/ia Matthews 1:180: Enibassj LIICl'ts! a itmgratu- walkouts In nearly every field oflabor
3 CASES
this time of a definite date for There ONLY have been only two Circuit latory handshake from J. BUn Taylor repn'irntinir the Jawees, At and 1odultr"WASIItNOTON United
the arraignment. The same tight Sunshine Hardware looks on. The bike the first time
Court cases In Collier County Davis (c) manager of the
Jurist schedules will probably Snuth-Lcsher Insiirunrt*, and \V Ilov Smith Fund campaign aeltlvltlcs will
since 1981 where defendantshave doss u donation of Davis (CAP) /San wide
the trial date until ear he conducted on a county
postpone been charged with manslaughter iraltor. Clifford p. Case said today the
ly 1965, Vega estimated.The and one case where : new House Office Building now bull. With the acceptance of

assistant states attorney the defendant faced charges of nearing completion Is a monument the) campaign chairmanship
commented on the need for Increasing aggravated assault. to the peculiar way Coil.cress CejU Drake, mayor of Ever
the number of circuit arrested In Education Week Programs The Greater Na
J.D. Hamilton was handles Its Internal af. Vedas City,
judges and the possibility that a. January, Iftl, following an accident fairs will be augmented
be named
resident of Naples might ,
which would on the bridge over the Bar- The New Jersey Republican Pie.aeperate solicitations Im*
such a post
to and trials before ron River at Everglades In which said the secrecy which has mokle, Maroo-GoodUixl and
Iarraignment his car struck fishermen and two shrouded arts and figures for

liar County.the Circuit Court In Cole men lost their lives. Hamilton Conducted In All Schools construction of the building has Everlailes Drake. a Ctry l long time tea WenI j
was sentenced to six months to thwarted even members of Con.
Mrs. Scott was arrested Sun. of Everglades pointed obi
SO years In a Circuit Court cr... from finding out more
"AI In OM use of the I
trial.Peter Invited to attend the started on American Education about the project.He of
Parents are kodiaitd some
Dividends. Marco< area
arrested
Westdyke was "Education Pay. called for fuller
pub.
''back.to..chool" Week arllvlllea.Visitors are wel. again
Police SeizeExplosives on July 14,1 63, and charged Is the theme of American Edo.cation meeting and Join In the sometime come during the week lie disclosure of governmental the agencies supported by the

with manslaughter following the Week, t.nd.ll county program bnmokalee High and Element activities and expressed hope United Fund do not apply toKvtiglftiM. I

OfAntiCastroites death of a young woman struck schools are emphasizing edu. during the will week.Carver sponsor. play onThur.da try Schools emphasized visits. the new Congress will sift. leg However thoseEverglaslss

by his car as she was traveling cation In a week long observance evening presented by than days yesterday and today, illation to require members to residents. who went t,

the East Trail on a motorcycle. of the annual event. In one through and will climax activities with a disclose their financial Inter through isaiructlve Donna wilt \
students
Westdyke was sentenced: to five Each day has a special topic. six. The school grades will be open tor Joint program tonight at 7SO In ..... rameiNMrilM services rendered -

years In a Circuit Court trial. For today the theme 1st "Edu. parental visits on Friday from the library. Main feature of the by As AinerU.il Red Cross,
MIAMI (AP) Enough ex. Helen Green was charged with cation Pays Dividends In Good will be demonstrationsof and The
'CIUlln.hIp 1:20 to 8jSS p.m.Shadowiawn program NEW DELHI, India (AP) the ideation Army
to rock two city blocks aggravated assault on February Cltlcenshlp. I was aids Including visual
plosives Invite visitors at teaching sailor has touched Naples Community, Hospital.
by'police 14 1964 and has been found guilty Day" In the classrooms at SeaGate An American
Tuesday ,
seized aid and reading equipment
were but
week
the the
time during In India about upn aspects
School which any off a controversy CeMftattiPg
motion
anti. Court but Elementary ,
of an
Circuit
from the storeroom In Everglades tbool..re stress. :
plans to climax the observance M age-tJdvjQitettsttU Hn.isjaalgrsA fc 3fcS ..Cl campaign,
mid and of tn otherschools.
for appeal bu been Is typical programs themeand .
Castro organization. stumbled Is with a regular ttO meet ing'onThursday Ing the 'wok4o..ekool" snd corrut>tlon IA otn.elsldnm. that will begin November 18
court action pending.If .
Officers said they further In so assembly today reeog.nlted
across the explosives and other arraignment of Mrs.\Scott Sea Gate tomorrow evening and November It. All I: d dov.r both American Education A wide discussion of and end November 90, Mr.
exhibits will be
armaments while running downleads is held Friday the Judge will will hold a classroom visitation plays Week and Veteran's Day, graft began when the "Ilor. Drake said he was sure the
for this special meeting
on two youths who stole rule on the size of the bond or period beginning at 7 o'clock welcome: all weekat who Identified himself as Bruce. people of Everglades would
of dynamite from an further confinement In the county and follow that with a program VI.ltor..re W. Branlck of Port Arhur T. ., the
500 pounds The "whoielujsnedly support((
Lake Park Elementary. wrote a letter to the Indian Es.pres.
explosives salesman several Jail In the cafetorlum presented by highlight of activities at Lake Louisville'sTeachers group of papers which United. fund effort by contributing
students In music pb.lc.lldu.
weeks ago. There were no ar. cation: and Spanish. Park will be marked tomorrow has the widest circulation In In. s fair share of the mo

rests. evening In the auditorium wherea .. nine s*. ai," Mthethreesgen-

Found In quarters Directoratewere rented by Ripping Time For GUIDED TOURS PTA meeting will be held and Still "1 have found the Indian to lie cfea wMch... so Important to

the Cuban audent followed by classroom vlslta. a corrupt, mercenary ,.lIow." .."
two blocks of plastic '1. Highway Opening The Maples Senior High School our rt

plosives four glass vials of what will conduct guided tours of the lions. Barf aid School held a Out On Strike Branlck began.lie .
Tommy described his visits to
FRANKFORT Ky. (AP) school hours to.
during
police thought to be nttroglycer. campus
PTA meeting on Tuesday to gal India aboard American mer. Crash
Bomber
tae, detonator caps, fuses, phosphorus The sate Highway DepartmentIs morrow, and climax the day with LOUISVILLE, K)'. (CAP) -
chant In the five
ships peat
making sure that a ripping at 7t30 In the
sodium a 75 millimeter a program p.m. The Louisville w noel teachers'strike
recollless rifle, rocket shells, good time will be had this auditorium. NltS la combining continued today with the years. Kills Seven
booby traps, antitank weapons month st dedication of 30 new "Homecoming Week" along with Come See Us, possibility of silent sentinels In.

and ammunition.A miles of Interstate road. American Education Weak There stead of pickets at the schools. WASHINGTON (AP) The WOLF POINT Mo.it. (AP-

spokesman for the Cuban Commissioner Henry Ward Is to be a homecoming paradeon Say StudentsAt A court order has "been Issued camp of Sen. Russell B. Ixmg t BBS H theater rsshe4 andaimed

Directorate, a militant anti. will do the ripping. Instead of Friday and a football game against picketing but an ..Itor.n. exuded confidence today over In desolate area ufwirtheartern

Castro organltatlon said the the traditional ribbon cutting here with Sabring Friday night. .)' advised the strikers It his chances: of becoming! assist Montana Tuesday

supplies were scheduled to be Ward will drive bis car through Bethune and Dupont Schools/ are Naples High wouldn't apply If they just ant Senate Democratic leader In .tlgM, kllllrtg sis crew members,

smuggled to guerrilla forces In. Urge paper barriers to mark holding a Joint meeting tomorrow walked nearby In itlence. the new Congreas seat January. ether crewman was missing,

side Cuba. the opening. evening at the Dupont School. Come and visit our school This la the post BOW held by Bodies of all men were found
continued
Is the Invitation of Jim Willis Louisville schools of Sen. ilubert If. Humphrey/ of In smouldering wreckage, the
president of the Student CouncUthe operate even with absences Minnesota vice pr..ldtlnt..llI"t. Ur roroe reported today. Two

Local Government of Naples Senior Jl1b'chool. teachers that hit some schools R will be filled by vote of the 61 the bona' were located near
to be
Report Says te parents and others InterestedIn hard Tuesday. There seem Democratic senators meeting in 'me fit tee bombers eight Jot en.

I the school ISO to too strikers compared caucus ahead of the new ses.slon .dues. hick were burled more
"11'. American Education with the total city leather forceof fcan a quarter of s mile from

Week, and time for all to re. 1.00. No
Costs Are Higher Than AverageSPECIAL new Interest In education indoor strike force has seek been released.The lacrease. of more than t) senators The plane was from Larson
teachers s pay <
schools," said Willis that they will support him for Ur Pas Sue at Moees Lake
The special Invitation Is for the post The Louisiana senator rash.3nfety.

( TO THE NEWS) Most localities, by such means from local taxes, charges and and Thursday, November 12. Willis Gov. John blckai hen of Loul.slana said he will win on the second orlaird
from state
NEW YORK- A new report have been able to meet their teem and the rest said arrangements. have been called s special session of ballot In the caucus "pro

just released by the Census Bur. current operational needs. Federal paymentsThe debt In Collier made for guided tours of the the legislature for Monday to vided President Johnson dues Harbor
sheds light on how much Is For Collier County, the re. general schools for those interested boost teachers' salaries. He art. not enter the situation."
eau, County Is placed at $J86 per cap.
Col. port shows general revenue of ed in the fare mounting pr...
of
being spent by residents Its In the report LocalCO'.""", r Sects Negro To
$261 per capita la the year aa sures from Louisiana's $6,000
lier County for schools, high debt elsewhere la the Unit.
ways, police and other local against the |M> per capita for.xpendttufl. ed ment States is listed at f 2St and, Hunt PilotVho teachers, UcKellhen ssld he PEARL HARBOR (AP) City CouncilSAFETY
governmental functions, as com. .. win ask a $100 acrost-the-boerd The skipper of the Navy's sub.
pared with such spending In oth. Some $117 of this Income came In Florida, at $222 Hailed Out Of hike, half of what the teachers marine warfare forces la shePacific MAKBOR (AP) -

er communities, demand.ta says the Soviet Union Is Were ta this eommunkty north

The report which Is the first Jet Over Gulf; Oklahoma Gov. Henry Bell expected to send more sine Into ot r s. Petersburg Tuesday elect.

of Its kind since 19S7, details HOMESTEAD (AP) Search men sailed for tearhers meet Ma area soon because of UJ. lit WBItam ttiatkshear first Ne.

revenues, eipendltiires and was returned today for Capt. with Mm ( .. 1, eying there putartMrmed warships la the I ro to rill for publle office toN

amount of debt outstanding for Paul Shot*. M, s pilot who had been "a reak'knra ta com.munfcatloas area* City euwMtl.Hasaskeer .
municipal, school and county gov. balled out Ma crippled Pin between the gover. Vice Adm. John T. Hayward received s bare

ernments throughout the United starCghter over the Gulf erf ties.1C' ....'. office! awl the to shers." told a preas briefing Tuesday Mjerity sedd. gar election lie'eselved

States. Tetday' He said he would outline, a pro. that Increasing: numbers uf S'. 331 v.
The figures are contained la a r The Coast Guard and Air gram to "substantially Improve ret submarines are expected U nerd Ray South, 111 for Gene

Ile.c>ace study based on data F'>r':e said the plane went down Oklahoma's e tucaibi al sys.tern. the Pacifle tide year or early totter and SOS for James w.

gathered la connection with the y SO miles west southwest.. at Fort ." seal year. Owll.

IMS Census of Governments. Myers



They ABOVE show that AVERAGE the coat of 10. I

eal government operations la Chemical Society Honors Dr. Ogburn

Collier County ia the year amounted ,

to 1361 for every man,woman

and child la the county. ". /0., 'Ime. Jr. 1442 of such\ activities and to enhance years,and president"" years., name in 'heir pods of Golden
!
The comparable cost la other 1 j.11eoO rive. '.ples.hasbeea the public tiiiage of the tie. also served on the mayor's. Leeds si""Naples. CtiUan of

parts of the country was $214 swarded the firs Civic Service chemist and chemical engln* advisory oommlne on the Municipal the Tear.
per capita and, U the State of chat Her and has had other Relate his retirement In
ortda fc U bought en
afhe I Section eer.
aver
Florida $aj.la mis u.IpDd.,1nc1ud1tC die dry 1967, he was for 11 yean a turf
the > "itrican Chemical, eoursMmem I tt way maybe
of r
addition to providing for Committee and the verstry professor and admlnUf -
members of Charter
education, roads and police pro. cierv, ''M ;reatrtatlon will be: : given other" Revision Comrnlnee. and for n years emlmtavrisi
tectloa, the money went for IIoaepUalI. -uda t* Kctloo'i Mm4> th* profession ''or greater par* Charer research executivei

sanitation fire control, small: etlng *i the Mohter tlcipatlon |b eommunliv end He sis' served for several officer with lead
the conwnlrteeof ONI .My
welfare libraries chic and that k run years on review
public IIoUeInC. Jbran lecture UUatthslM. mane,
and
general administration and out It people shout the Naples. United Fund and I i> den bra manufacturing
erst'/ Mlarr i oo November pans young the New Tork and'tie
been active In 'In > t
has pro
many other services. M choose s profession the shsi many
nationally, the cost of these tJ.: affecting the fiscal andeIucatlorul ,4li:duIkiS areas, was
"1)1* recognition of owstand and Impenaute> of sudi aer* jeets .
founders of the Re
affairs t he
local level operations amounted of the community. XICI
service In civic affairs las vie& *.
to $3V.' billion U the year u tog ACTIVE LOCALLY For several years he caret K4aMgement/ Group of

compared with S2 Ullloa la con rnurstS member of selected from has served ss a Judge of the tii. ok.;phis a charter mem
the r.orVJa 1 sego of tte so* Or.Ovbnm was
197 science sahlMts at the Junior i.r )1t.t* Virginia Academy of
be'lcverf 'e be the nUl&IUCh the U4o.wratri 01 die rlo,*
U
Increased coats were a prob.: War and senter high schools.ta tueiit*.a member of the Amer
lea la almost every caa...,. sxproiwn'J appreciation: Ma section an tf. basis of his 1361 die IBM Institute of Chemical Ears *
Maples EidiaAgeCtut
as pifclic payrolls sad the priced to U framed r t s nationalaekrttflesoelr conrtbctlon to civic affairs toNaeba he Chemical
materials moved opvard. t"4" /. ,; during he put sevenyean. >, tn recognition of his acconf Society
He served vice
ss
undon.
:
Ujhmeras la civic affair of
Higher lanes special fees sad The purpose of the societyIn Curing .mis period be

miscellaneous charges were Imposed inlrlaiing amt a* award Is served ss s dlrecier of the Na- *, warded him s geld snd tt i uniMe.d .e page 2)
la many of teen u aa ef. lie pit Civic Association for sU Bronze pta + sdrim recogfthion
tort to meet the raring coats. Df S f Ogb re.s. It"T u put




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pitt' ,, FU., W,*., Novm w II, IH4 Warning From .4 ,44$'ii .'I..rr* ,'I"l t" Part Of A Series



Coming Home Soon Welfare Dept.Welfare The Need Behind

workers carry Identification r' r'T'
cards at all times.
Danford Writes who the ,, a.
Danny Any person represents

to-date Welfare Department official Identification has an up- Our United FundHow

card from the State of Florida

Of Tterors Of Viet Nom Department of Public Welfare. much do you know about the activities of the various .

The card bears the state seal. agencies associated with the Greater Naples United

,task official signatures, and a card Fund, which opens Its drive in mUWtovember. This leone
Danny Da of East Na. ed hitting close. Shrapnel went number according to Harry of a antes of articles dealing with these agencies
pies, her written his parents through our building and we all welfare director. which serve Maples and Collier County. The articles
M. Craft state
here from Bien Hoe In South ran out in
our undershort to try are provided by the United Fund organisation.
Viet Nam telling In graphic detail and get cover in a bunker. .
of the October 31 night raid "Then we got a direct: mt ana The Welfare Department Issues -

by Viet Cong guerillas in which my buddy got it in the face and this notice periodicallyto County Red Cross
five American were killed and also lost an arm. A pal and I warn against unscrupulous
72 wounded. and then an open swindlers whooccaslonailyiake, -
Danford's parent, Mr. and grabbed hU the field where advantage of people by Impersonating Recent Hurricane Isbell offers 1 Red Cross Emergency Fund with
Mrs Carl C. Danlord of Dan. we were running. We made tt to a welfare worker. a dramatic picture of the Red i the hope that none will be re.quired .
lord Street, East Naples, told a bunker but a buddy died In cross in action. On the morning < In this area.
The NEWS they expect their eon there with u*. the storm was due, the disaster Officer and Chairmen of the,
home November :22 on furlough "We finally got air supportand workers from the regional of. i Collier County Chapter, Amen.
for Thanksgiving.! In his letter got the ammunitions room Car Making Left flees were already in Naples. can Red Cross, are Henry R,
Danny said his pal loot an arm open by shooting off the lock on The day started at 6 a.m. by ;Hoffman chairman: Mrs. Rot,
In the raid and that one of his the door. We got our rifles and Turn, Hit In Rear which time every emergency T. Benson, sec.; Carl Holbrook,

buddies died In a bunker where the tight lasted about three hours. As Mrs. Leota Mae Uson I communication center bad been I treas., J. Rob Snypp, cones

they had taken shelter. I will never forget the fight. 2043 Ettey Avenue, was making put in operation. Soon most of secretary.

Danny's letter, In part to his Everything around us buildings a left turn from Fifth Avenue the 234 volunteers that staff the
mother and father Is county organization were at their -, ,
aa follows: trucks locker look South at East Lake Drive H v
"We got wiped out at lien Hot like a sieve. I saved most of assigned posts. As the hurricane
her THE NEW AND OLD Mark 1 ,. aircraft
yesterday afternoon car Two Mghtnlng F Jet fight. latot approached the coasts, emer.
Saturday night Just after we had my clothes but they are three.
moved In. The Viet Congs hit us fourths full of holes. was struck In the rear by one to go into lervico, with the RAF. fly over the bridges spanning the Firth of Forth In gency shelters were established.The .

about 12:30 p.m with mortar and "I will have to make this short driven by Waldo Harvey Ship- Scotland At right' a i the old fall bridge and at l left the newly' .opened tutptnilon bridge first one was opened at Ever.

small arm fire. Most of us werein u I have a chance to get a few ton, 1816 Eighth Street, South glades at 12 noon. Aaother was
bed and It is something I will hour of deep. We are expect. who was traveling west on Fifth established at Marco at 1 p.m.
never forget as long as t live ing another raid tonight. We got Avenue. Workers Say AMA r Two shelters were opened at Im.

"We only have a email com. one support from Saigon because mokalee at the aame time. By
pound here of 150 men and at the we are weak at the* According: to police reports did Health Cares Ads NOON ft STOCKSNEW I 2 p.m. two more emergency shelters )
stated that he not
last count five were killed and 72 moment."I Shlpton Are Misleading I were opened in Naples.For.
wounded. I have been up three will write a* often cal can see Mrs. Pilson stopping. Damage innately the hurricane passed .lrt,
days and nights without sleep. and let you know what Is going was estimated at $100to JACKSONVILLE (AP- Com. through with little damage

Many of the buildings we were In on. I have some pictures of it her car and at $300 to the plaint about the American Med. YORK (AP)- Storks noon At 10 p.m. that night the local

were blown up by mortar rounds. all bit I will keep them until I Shipton auto.Officer cal Association's advertising AUlsChal 2014( FlaPw BO4 Penney 66% headquarters was still trying to hnn++ a'
AU of our clothes and everythingwe come home because they are not James Spohn made campaign on health care of the Alcoa f05Ford 56% PRR S4 assure the regional office in Atlanta .
had are full of holes too nice to look at. I am OK so aged will be put before the state AmAlr that 350 people were not
46V FreptSul 45 PepCola 58ViB2
"I was in bed like the rest dung worry about me.Danny.." the Investigation for the police welfare board Thursday.Frank marooned In Everglades by high
AmBrk 48% FruehTr 32 PhlUPet /s
of u* when we heard the first department. No one was injured M. Craft, state welfare water I
AmCan 43'/4 GenDyn 36 RCA 32% ,
round hit. It was the last build. In the accident and no arrests director said "Some of the In. Hurricane Donna taught some
Don't B. A Litterbug AmCyan 64V. GenE! 7'/i RepStl 44%
log from us but then they start. were made. formation 1* misleading:' valuable lessons. Out of that
AmMot 154 GenFds 83'Geotttrs /. Revlon 3S%
AmTob 35% ..71ReYTob 40(% tragic experience, the local chap

. -- :.. 1 AnoxCD IBU Goodrich 62Vt BtRegP 11%. ter solved procedure that arebeing

'IB: ::::: :::::::: :::::: :::::: :::::::: :;;;:: ;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: rfl I Anaconda bt% poodyt4t4' Seaboard USA the Country copied by In chapter the/ case aU of Don.na ovef.
Armour ISSVe Greyhnd Z4 Sears 1271,4BelhStl
the American Red Cross ex.
,
38% Gul.IOIl 8H' Sinclair 541/4
+,
pended $155,000 on a rehabilitation t a
Boeing 83'4 IntHan 831,5 Sacony 86yBrunswk
83/ IntNick 81 SouthnC 114'IaCat.rTr program In Collier County.
Coming to NaplesWednesday The history of the Red Cross
SII 113ft SperryR J41/.
IntPap
THE
la synonymous with the record HONOR of being the flis--
Celanese 701/4( Jonll"L 74'1. StONJ 8931.
Studebak of great and small catastro. City Government Depart me i"
Chrysler 1S81% Eats AI 293ft 71"CocaCola
pities and in the later years of to win lOOJt\ participation or
1:11': Ken'cott 112'1. Swift 5314
and thursday CornEd 57 LII"My 85y Thlokol U'% tills century, with many other all Its members as contributors

ConEcI1. 925/4 Lorillard USia UCarb 1Z41 h efforts to save lives and reduce to the 1964 Greater Naples

ContCan n Mar'vox 331/. UnltAlrc 58'1. aufferlng. United Fund was achievedby
DowChe 77'1. MMa.M G911a UnFruit 17"% However catastrophic do not the Naples Fire Department

. . . . i- NOV. 18 19 duPont 2711 Mohasco 14s USSteel 55 operate on schedule and person. under Chief C .p. Ktner."Pearlle" .
nel must be continuously trained
EAL a8V. MontWeI 423ft UnlvMat 144
he
as Is known
records must be kept of local
1 E.Kodak 14\\ NatDair 84 5" WesteEI oil%
has been fire chief for the
committees and others who can past
WlnnDts
Firestone .4% 1'1/ a8'1.
NatDtst be called on for help in such seven years and can point to

"major crises. Close cooper. more than 23 years of serviceIn

atop with Civil Defense Or. protecting Naples homes ,

VA Chief Nation'sTribute ganlzations, police departmentsand against the hazard of fire.
Pays other local and statewide ,

1 groups are musts. The work
behind the scenes is continuous

.. To Its VeteransWASHINGTON and gaae.seldom exposed to public CountyCourt



AP The across the Potomac MANY SERVICES
( ) i slop facing
t Unknown Soldiers and President eternally sleeps another Araeri. The day to day activities

John F. Kennedy "togetherwere can, known to all the world a which have become such an David P. Hall and James *.
Important
victims of hate and their i man who last year Joined us In part of local Red ,
Cross activities Mallory failed toanswera sun -
PORTRAITS graves bear mute evidence of I this ceremony and placed a offer man)
1 1I 1I services. Among these are mons to appear InCountyCour
what man's basest Instincts can wreath on the grave of the Unknowns
do to his noblest motives," Vote.rlJl. I little knowing that he NURSING SERVICES: The Monday and warrants for n1'.. r
Administrator John S, I ICleason himself in exactly two weeks t value of Instruction and train. arrest were ordered drawn I i.
Jr. said today. would like them rest forever Ing In Home Nursing includ. Judge Richard M. Stanley. I'dl' !

Gleason spoke at Veterans I here, with the leaves of autumn( ing the care of the sick and was charged with failure to Nave
Day ceremonies and placed a i drifting down to clothe without injured; mother and baby care vehicle under control and Hal,:
presidential wreath at the Tombof i distinction and In fallen splendor training and training for Vol. with speeding.

the Unknowns in Arlington Na. < the grave of known and u... unteer Nurses' Aides cannotbe Linda Lu Knight receive': ">
tlonal Cemetery where Kenne. I known. overestimated.
suspended sentence of $35 or ,/-
1 dy spoke last year 11 days be. "The Unknown Soldiers and SAFETY SERVICES: This
Includes both first aid and water days on aspeedkngchargevvil11am : \ >
fore he was assassinated In Dal
John F. Kennedy together cave
1 las, Tex. safety training. Knowledge of C. Eddy paid a $35 I line
that
(all that man can give so
In his prepared address, Glea. j you and I and our children first aid when promptly applied on a similar charge. John H.
son said: would inherit a tree land. saves many lives and certainly Steele paid a $35 fine on .1
"We have a good example of the importance of water safety charge of reckless drtvl. WIl-
the cost of our nation's victories training needs no added ..m.ph..I. ful and wanton. James I.

within a few feet of this plat DowlerFuneral .. Thompson was given an <>pn''''n
HOME!: SERVICE Gives fa.
form :
of $35 or 35 days on a elm I e
"For in the shadow of this services and Interment mlly service to servicemen and of
splendid amphitheatre there for Glenn O. Dowler retired veterans and their dependents, speeding ,
stand three simple granite railroad engineer whohad and to dependents of deceased Cases against James I'. > '

vaults holding all that Is mortalof been visiting his brother.Frank servicemen and veteran. kenton charged with dn.u,_

three unknown men who gave Dowler In GoocIland wUl be held VOLUNTEER SERVICES: To while Intoxicated; John E.1 re-
the last full measure of their In Lake View Ohio. co.ordlnate the need for vol.! ble, charged with obtau m-\
devotion to our country. unteers for various service lodging with Intent 10 de' rj"" ';
Dowler was a member of the
"Not far from them, also on a such as Cray Ladies, Nurse's and Chester Marchbank.cij '
Masonic Order at Indian Lake. Aides, etc. '
ed with >
t Ohio and of the Shrine and CRAY LADIES: Organized to Improper chaw
lane were continued.
Consistory and a member of provide services In hospitals and
'
John
I the Brotherhood of Railroad community institutions. Active Fletcher paid -
fine on a of Im, r'',<-r
in schools charge
and .
health
IN FOOD Engineers.. ".."..?-
,
driver's
Besides his widow Mrs. encles. license. Forrest
0e I Eleanor Dowler of Russell's The Home Service branch of Harmon received a suspends! '

1111We Point Ohio, he Is survived by the County Red Croaa Chapter sentence of $25 or 25 days '
assists families of men and a speeding charge. HermanE.
of Goodland
a brother Frank .
women in the armed forces .
Miller charged with *
and brother, Fred of Cincinnati and veterans to
meet personal! sault and battery was gives
,Ohio. and
family
problems Many a sU months In jail sentence,
: I Local arrangements were Illustration could be cited to
read where a Kelly- made through the Earl G. prove the value of this branch. which was withheld for 'n">

wood disc jockey ie put. Hodges Funeral Home. Junior Red Cross provide years pending no further vilance. <"

tint out a "..iddi.. dice Red Cross training to the youth Arthur A. Henry ,,1>
jockey ..It.. complete with in our schools to assist them given an option of $35 or >

FREE PRIZES GALORE. records, turntable, micro- in becoming better prepared to days on a charge of no licence

1 k :f' phone, mak-blirv. commrrrltU Ogburn meet the challenges and re.spunslbllltles plate and $35 or 36 days *

1 "' o and play money (Continued from page I) of adult leader a charge of reckless drive .:.
d wilful and
ship.This wanton
for payola, maybe? chairman of the central year The Greater Naples
Pennsylvania section of the United Fund in cooperation with
We hn,. too, of a new American Chemical Society. Iramokalee, Everglades and Mar JURY TRIALA
I \ quartet known at the "!.. holds several patents and Is the ec-Goodland will earmark $5,. A t for a Jury trial:

i \ ,,> adrquttri" Johnny author of more than JO publications : 150.00 for Red Cross U Col. was granted Leonard E. >II'
MalhU U noted for fine In the technical and educational ller County's contribution to the Uams He was charged WHI'

1 /( ADMISSION FREE VI diction and phrasing. This fields In Journals this no valid while driver's under the license Influence, driving ,>'

I ie not too turpriiing. (I. country and abroad.
LUU light of hU collect back- Before coming to Naples his Buckeye VeteransTo alcoholic Leverage and failure
to dim
)J'
round where ht majoredIn Interest ti civic affairs was evidenced headlights.Bonds .

speech by being a charter member Meet Nov. 15th posted against speed
DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A. M. of the Civic Association lit charges by the foTowtv

of Bryn Mawr. Pa. He Is also Veterans of the 37th "Buck were ordered estreated when

CLASSES START 9:30 A.M. MiMkal is.lrumests a member of TEAM a nations) eye" Division residing in Col. defendants failed te appear f
hate a tolct. too. And tkninakUl liar court Wilson 535:
organization of retired scientific County area will be Inter* Byron R.

: . Tahitian Cove AuditoriumIn ,I't. them. the research executives who cited In an announcement by Wesley L Preston ISO; Daft!
dktfon and fine phratlnf have volunteered their services Herbert A. Lewis vice presi R. Jerre!. $Mt John R. > q--

rents tin the Un without compensation, as dent of the 3Tth Division Veterans miller $SO| Harry E. Crump

addition to looming how te proper art. For fine piano andergani consultants to governmental Association: S3S; JImmIe C. GfbeOllo t'' ;

economical gourmet (food, thou el- sponsored b with all the ,..* educational and other public Lewis, who resides at 441 Ira B. A ytueli" tit* rt4..lr4 see VAN agenctej to aid la solution t f 3, Bare Drive. Madeira Boles $301, Donald M. Arthur

| the edit!:t. w W*?'!. ? 1 '4th, ..... .I i i w .'. 4 ",. 4' .. '4 ,rt DIM,}' 'DE.RMC81/Vtipr tWr prdbtemlfRdomtrf he. Beach. Is Brno**** a tntet <*i and Rudolph W1*.. .*..
t- n.'k. 1nJ tta Sa. c.b Ire of the association White also Wrfeted a $$0 bone
pertunlty te win hen acme eause lwprtaes FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. SUNSHINE FOOOWAY as a member of TEAM rendered on Sun-
Ml JII3I for infofmatton. public: service to the day. Nov. 15. at the Holiday 011 a charge of driving whl*
ABSOLUTELY FREE!
state of Mississippi Maine ton on OA Highway 41 bet How was expired.
Plan NOW to .".nd beth sessions el COLLIER COUNTY DAILY NEWS among others. ween Brad sxor and Sarasota. Other bonds estreated v>-

Collier County's fin Cooking School * Van Der Veer Dr. Harry P. Sdnilts, dial,. The session starts M 12 noon ttefed the following WUlk :.
roan oldie Florida Section and All 31th Division veterans Wilson, no valid driver's Ucen-

which will be conducted by Service Rep Watch This Newspaper Music Center a professor of chemistry at the are Invited to attend and bear lei James U Hensley imprr-"

resentetivet ef Florida Fewer & Light University of Miami will present top officials of die association per Pa. $3St Floyd Kei '.
Fw Further Information! On Naples Shopping Center the award to Dr. Ogbureat who wia come to Florida from allowing unaudiortzed per --

using foods from Sunshine Feedway. PORTRAITS IN Fi "'> Ph MJ 2-M32 die semi-emia) tneerang J la Ohio for the ooca ce. Lewis .0 drive. S35, and Benjari
UUr.U salt tIobotnbicb.: dl'tYttl enI *- ".
We. $36.



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Indian, Summer In CQiLls: COUNTY N4W'. N.plM N... W. No.a"btt II "h1a4 :3a




Winter's Just Around err .+Ilw IL{ N1Li

-- -- -
CsfCAOO (AP) 1'111.1. the Kansas City
season when ay suburbanite Ufker than (
worth Mi lilt nawally moodily 10, set In.
contemplating his ano stiovel Monday, one
Instead, muy at them htvt record for
dandelion problems Virtually
In the eastern half of the na. half of the l .% TI"
tlon, trees stubbornly clutch the drought. .s
their leaves and flowers art Many _
blooming. Even the birds are been abed
confused York State. Sav mg the belt for the Ult it the system the W. C

The western United States has camp fires Kites,' use when showing a fMat. -time visitor the

but felt the the mild coming temperatures winter's Mine and' Communion The lows l Mr Kne, s sister, Mrs Mate\ Gardner of Stanford sights Cal al

fair skies of Indian summer of grass and was their purer for two "Ilk. The first week Mr and rl .h51Y Ci
prevail from the Midwest to start fires M..... Kite, took Mrs Gardner fl
New England. Much of the sun i.gU,. 9 on the grand' tour of South
favored area also Is trapped in There's Florid, including Cypress Gardens Miami, Key ) f\l
a prolonged droughtIn summer In etc The second week \
was spent right here at the Bahama
Chicago a conservationist said tbs balmy November too. Wonderful Naples on the Gulf. an- shawn here with
weather baa kept the birds from Mr and Mrs. 0 I I. Packard are also prepared do their rli\ -i at.-h. Th.1. I. f, ught, : B. L
their annual sojourn. to Sht-ltdi rued I'harli-.i sit It n '1"1". ':fre ac-
degrees below a selling lob
on Naples.when
"The other their friends Mr. and Mrs. compaiiu "-i.,. th.'U, \ fish Mark
day Robert vada Tuesday, Thomas 1111l; sup i any (center)
Mann said, "I saw hugs flocks i of a prey III Wagner, arrive for 10 days from Chicago III. who is a little camtns-ahy and fapt Paul Win.

of blackbirds and bronzed grec. i dumped two The Packards formerly of Kenilworth.. / III, are at the shell. (See column )
kiss traveling east. They should .at.'. upper Beachcomber"
for
few
have been flying south at this :Nevada's first a weeks awaiting completion of
time of year. They seem to think: Ito still PRIZE -- Mrs M F Schoeftel I,
summertime."The situated on riM Bay plus .
a new boat at their' front -
flowers and the trees receives door prize from Its Richard door
dont seem to know today I.NOY. Is E. the Naples Hospital Anxiliaiv luncheon should go a l long way toward softening.. up any northerners :Isles Of Capl'Jlby

II. Dandelions are bloom. party yesterday afternoon at t the Carib for the /toys of tropical living.
log and lesves are still on buck. To Have NEWS Another first time '
( ) Naples'
photo visitor Is '
Mary Pryde '
thorn trees.1 _ '__H __ Neiltan of GAIL W1NCIIKU. Phone MIJ-8104*"/'' ''
Indian summer which has no For Detroit Mich She has provided her uncle

definite beginning or end on the A revival and aunt Mr. and! Mrs. H. Carl Davis with a good reason This past week has been s very Charles Shelton, B U Shelton
calendar Is a short period of eventful n\\> Many of our pert and Mark of Louisville
American Families to revisit several young ,
of
points
on Monday interest and to take first Urn time reeliWnis
especially fair days and chilly art returning to Ky They came back with sun
nights in late October or early East Naples jaunts\ to Everglades, City Chokoloskee, etc. Mary Pryde the Island and bringing friends burned smiling faces and plentyof
November.The Dr. C. Roy 'leaves Saturday with them mackerel.
to return North.
season Is caused by a erltus of the Out Service Records The Isles of Capri (Precinct) Evelyn Shellac and BertssShel.
lam mass of warm tropical Church In SCORES HOLUN-ONt had a 100 per cent turnout at ton want shelling whilethe"mea.
air American Indians are cred. evangelist. the election of all registered folk" reeled In the a ah. The worn
Ited by some sources with nam. st 8 p.m. (AP) Many The V'\ did nut specify if by Already happy" with Florida, but now exuberantover voters, for the third consecutive en had a right to be proud of
log Indian summer as their rot. Ladles Bat' o families, from record it meant number of tarn Naples-It/ Cape Coralite Mrs Corbin West. Playing Uma. We were alto the first pre. their beautiful boa of shells.They
vorite god, Ca tantowwtl, god of church, which of Minnesota to sly members who served In the .t the Moorings Golf Course Saturday she made the clnct In the Mate of Florida to had a wide variety of shells and
the Southwest. and Zypnunts of per turn In their election returns.
Shadow lawn military simultaneously or the an especially alt r active sanddoUlar
In New England and the rest The have posted family with the most World WarD fact shot on number seven, a hole-Inone. She' and Mr. The residents of the Island are the biggest and most nearly
of the East, temperatures ban -! -Hilary veterans. West were paired with Mr and Mrs. Charles Carr of deeply saddened by the recent perfect one I have ever seen.
been In the pleasant 80'.. ls a native by a tingle fami. More then a dose families Naples the Trl death of Mr. P. J Valentine, Mr. and Mrs Tom LaClalr
In
In the Midwest, the mercury received his tame tenth with at least seven -County Golf Tournament sponsored by who was a wonderful friend and and son Ronnie of Miami, spent
has been flirting with summ.r. In Virginia. Administration members In service during the the-Edgeweter Beach of Naples Hotel The foursome, plus neighbor to all of us the weekend at the Isles of Ca.
time levels The temperature ed degrees .Veterans Day to. past Z9 ytars. Mr. and Mrs Milton Bonitt of Cape Coral celebrated the The Isles of Capri Civic As.aoclatlon prl Marina and Motel. They spent
reached 77 degrees Tuesday In of aloud of the At least two the Thompsons held a meeting last moat of their time reeling in
Pennsylvania, originally from of Lswler, Minn., and the event with champagne at the Cats' Carriage Club apartment Thursday night LaIC year's of. fish ranging from redflahtnuian.
kina University some sort of Vaughts Of CrawfordsvUle. tnd. flrers were re-elected to serve trove snapper
sity of Its seven brothers had 10 veterans of military last week the Cirri went to Sarasota to the UhCker one-year term. They are Staying at the Isles of t'aprl
meet train
New Members Of service during service the family. ss follows U. Col. Everett QU Marina and Motel) last weekend
seminary. st Nine of the 11 Thompson bringing Mr. and MM E. R. Mixer from Chatham, Mass.. land (Ret), president; AI Talu, were George Alexander and I-om.
Woman's Club In brothers, sons of Helen Thorn p. Mrs. Mixer Is Mrs. Car,'. mother. Yk'1>r.IJ"I; ; and Mrs. Cecil pardons from Venice Fla They
Dr. Angel is son who still lives In the Lawler Mr. and Mrs Mixer, who live CUJH S, asrretarydreasurer. are all divers and spent most
at the Park Place
er with young served The hefts are In their homeon
area during World War of their time under water
Get 'Oriented'On was for more Health n. A lilt entered military sir,. Apartments, and the Cam are looking forward to Thanksgiving Pelican ptreet and have a Am4her successful. fisherman
the Ice right after the war. AU sur. and Christmas visits from Mrs. Carr'i son William friend Mrs dance Qullnlnvle.ltln who stayed at the Isles of apri
November 9th at 10j30 college Planning rived All but one still live In Nkkerson. Ensign Nickerton with\ (hem. Marina and Motel last weekendwas
.*.m. the new members of the the Southland.0'1 Minnesota U stationed at Peniarala Mr. and Mrs E. MaselalefromKnclno (Harry Mager of Miami
epics Woman" Club were en* Student Ten of the 11 Vsucht brothers and received his commission in October.Mr. Calif., are In their dUo AI Tucker of Naples enjityed

tea.' lied n the annual orients* N.c., and he Cheer' served t total of nearly (0 yearsIn and Mrs. Cyrus Siegfried, have also opened their plea on Pelican Street and are some good fishing last weekend
tlon meeting of the club. The conduct. a the armed services seven apartment at the Park Place planning to stay two weeks.. wMle fishing out, el the Inns of
during World War n In korea They arrived from Buffalo on Returning to the .bl.." for .
objective of this meeting was which has been are being made In one Capri Marina and M' for and two In the National the winter are Mr. and Mrs The koiikniobtla will be i ere
to have the new members meet si the "Project FridayMr.
each other and the members of through srea's annual Guard The lib brother tried to and Mrs. N. Osborne Siegfried, who are back Howard Gaston They arrived today. for the benefit at the new
Dr. Angel Is enlist Saturday from Antlorh, Dl .
drive for several times but was residents, the bookmomie unesqn
the board of the Woman's rAfter tee of Stetson In Florida's the turned down for health reason on Sixth Avenue, North, had In enjoyable family summer Staying" In HMes; are Mr and a.!ierjaie\ Wednesdays and <'aab

the 9:30 s.m. Novem Vice president,\ ( ., Mrs. John A 5t Louis widow, Marie Gretctofu wh& l| e career gal living/ In San Francisco, Mre. Mark Hums from Ohio. P MMi4 from about liiu le.JO
board meeting the two groups Baptist of the court. Young boasts nine sons with spent the mSwh of August with' her And another They hive many friends here on p.m. tHween the marinas It Is
were entertained at a "cof gel's mono Health Association military records starting in parents. the Island and we Impe to see a mobile library green tn < ;lor,
fee. "The Second .0'l .., said today. World War U. Four served In daughter, Mrs. Charles Carlson, with Mr. Carlson and them often. wl\lfb contains a Urge varietyof
The officers and committee this motto group working with the Nary, three In the Army their three children were with the Sjegfrleds for several There Is snottier bulhltnggdng reading maierlsl. You mayob.
chairmen of the board explainedto be 1s s man tor Men. and two in the Marina weeks while moving from Richmond, Ind.. to Orchard up on Tahiti Street. It will soon tefll t library card at the booAmo.:
be
the
residence of Mr
the new members the duties cration and made a state Seven Collins brothers from Park and bile U you would like to borrow
Buffalo. ,..
near W
BoonvlUe Ind. poaeeh.
of the different committees and Dr. suitable gifts to saw combat) something to read.
Angel
during World War n. Two other Mr. and
Invited them to Join whatever four books of during the Holiday brothers Mrs Howard Dreher, Putter Point Place, GOOD UIHINO
'. joined up after the
committee they were InterestedIn. which are "best at four Cbattahoo.Menial returned Thursday from two weeks In Crone Point. Mich. Fishing was really fund Ut4 i 11

are Iron Shoes Arcadia and war.At least two cities Spring When they returned they brought Mrs. J. M. Darling weekendThere/ Is prwt of this Teen Club
New members who attendedthe ver, The field Mass., and Scranton Pa. with them. statement all around. Just sk
Mrs. CharlesH. had Fred Katie John M. rUI, orJn
party were and Cod's Gold more than one family
Barber Mrs.WsrdE.Boeh- Dr. Angel I Is and has service approached with seven sons who served In The Darlings divide their time between Grosse; Polnte Jr. The three 14 them went Gives $220To
groups
nero Mrs. Joseph Cardinal gel.stic and organl/atlons, and World War U. They are the An. and their home here on Cove lane. Mrs. Darling's brother fishing; Saturday and we haven't

Mrs. Fred Clark Mrs. Vaughn mom from the many are lining the tawny Steven pottUils Schmuras of Longmeadow erf Ludlow -in-lew and sister, Mr. and Mrs I I. R. Shelton will be cess heard story aitythlnf since.esceH They their caufht sue a HomecomingThe

Crile Mrs. Edwin J. DuBane.Mrs. been In Chrl.mu.1864. and the Michael Snfilops of ElltLonrm.adow here for December And Mr. Darling will be down for large number of ma<-krl (Ieu"
William DeyErmand,Mrs. In the lives of Recreation .
services Department
all in the Thanksgiving weekend and for Christmas New quote a definite number bhUIIH
Fskldes 10,000 patients again and .
Kleon
Mrs. Joseph Church invites Springfield! area and the John every time one (< them sponsored Teen Club donated
CsrlsndMrs Fotist Hall.Mrs. tend any and in rlorlda'.mental Comes" and Mania Zygmunts of Years. tells the story It Chances |220, the proceeds of the dance
Richard Hill, Mrs. William services >n this CuRHiiltlee Scranlm Mrs. Myron G. Derby I I. at her home on first Street,, but they did catch quite s few II held last Friday night to help

.:ane., Mrs. Jack Messmer, Otts, Mrs. Lu., As for sons of the Andrew South, and has visiting her Mrs Stewart Anderson of becsuee Uy brought us some of finance let the this gala week homecumingfes.tint at Naples High.
the fish fried that
Mrs. Reynold Mullen Mrs Kjerss of they night )
and other members pope County, Minn., New York. Mrs. Harold P. Bend was alto with Mrs. Darby alto Scnoul.Junior.
four They caught some klngflahand
T.W. Murray Mrs. Norman Naples County Mental served In the Army two lathe
John Quern until Friday, when Mr. Bend arrived and they moved Into grouper and senior Ugh student
Neeiy, Mrs. Mrs. \( In Immoka.: Navy and one In the Air crowded brio the new cgmmonlty
George M. Shaw, Mrs. Stanley Visit Griffin will as. Corps Each served at least their new home on Galleon Drive ca4o.Mr.'r.Mal traveledtoft Mrs Rail Peters I Lu. enter building to dmcn' the

Vestch[ Mrs. Leroy Weiuel, Mr. and up s collection three years, and six all of burg Thursday( where they relax. strains of (we bands, the Ensues: >>
Fred and whom are etui living served COM MEET THE KEYES
Mrs. S Wlllard Mrs. of 428 ed and visited with their dauflw and Your Speeds They played
Arthur 1. Wilson. recently ".. has set up the overseas.Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harned have Issued Invitations ter who attends liege in thatcity. .. gratis so the contribution to
The Committee for the real "nomsfomlng would be as Urge
Membership world's moat wish to psrtieu for a party on Saturday to meet their" hovseguests, Mr MrM''.rt Burney and no..lb1.. as
greeted the new memben. ThIs when they K. I )(., bleed then for the
commk'ee U comprised of the rims National 'aimed at com. Club and Mrs. Arthur Keyei, of Ls Jolla, Cal, Mrs. Harried weekend later Tier all returned Tees Club tfncere thanked (he

following member! Mrs. New 1 number one and Mrs Key** were classmates et Smith College kome on lundsyMr dance bands fur donating their
eastern mental lllnessi
time. The Echoes consist yf Nell
Candler Brooks. Mrs. Robert There, a gift from among To Hold Coffee; Mr. and Mrs. William McGennis and M,. and Mrs their SIM goat) Urs,ae.ihp Mm Marlnl Sassy kadsa Van Der Veer, Eugene Mann,

Eckles Mrs. W.A. Kite, Mrs. them more men's cape, clg. Robert ERich arrived' in Naples a week ago. Mr MeGenr weekend' John Marlnl's rouiin, Ru*.*ll Clark, Alan Foster and
JJD. Wellons Mrs. W.A. Ar- der?round to tobacco pouches, Dr Moore Guest "li and Mr. Rich left over the weekend to return to FerdaadaOuecIsi of RomeItaly Natalie' \ King The nrwty. rican.
.
Mrs. Bloissr and cream Is
btugh. Ray work of squeeze The Inlereettnf thing ab .q| ale. I lied Par Speeds hate as mom.
dress lengths Buffalo, while the ladies plan to another. two weeksat
Mrs. FrtnkOtte. don lavishly Dr. Louis Moore will be the nay rttit la that *.>.. Mann speaks" Mrs Phil Hartley, Dave Harp
Coffee was served by the Incredibly : rellli. belts, speaker the Canterbury Court.Mr. very little Halls end erluidu HOI Harder, and Gary Lllea
at s coffee
slacks! -
sponsored
membership committee to the formations that bedroom twee by die Naples Woman's Cheb and Mrs William' Allen Sipp' are at the Canterbury sp.akspa less Cnrlltk Tsar GIna Mesa and Patti Martin
slippers were winners ef the dare '< n.
new members and the board, spent the weekend fishing and
h In the
of "
and during the coffee hour new Tbe years visitors gifts. at 10 o'clock Thursday morning Cowl frem "Wilamar farm, liana. III They are tell cat ll1II up on their! rip tang MM Chaperories were Mrs Pen

and old members became aequaived. of walk-in or attach.: from the spec the the, November It, at the TaU ,mg one and all about the arrival' of a new grandchild s*... II /. M',rgsa and. Mrs Marge Had.le .
Cove Cong rase lm. Recreation Direct Julius
William AHeA Anderson was born May 8th in Rosell., III Fluting. out 4: (be tales U '"a.
offered Asaodatloa
every He Will ta. ss his subject prtebing. Ludge wt6| l'Aff. Us< or Mid assistant Bob Jimwa.
at Carlsbad gift between Ho. "How We Can Fight and What Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan spent a few days at Psul W"er..l| fundsy w.re elM attend**.

r.rk. In .30. locked to the special!. Na.. vve Can Do to Prevent Arhrltts .hr Beathttwnbef while getting their home on Ninth A, ,. -

earners Mountain tours National Bank and Rheumatism." charge envj, South, opened They are planning, a family reuniondonng '

EXCLUSIVE AT RAR (special scenic: ) Store TIM Naples of 88 cents per person will the holidays wh.n their rh.idrer,, #,HI all be dews
and Pills Mar. be made far he affair f Han
Our SpecialIndividuality 3iOOpjn. of the proceed will be donated from Indianapofii.", t i
lities are the eea.tMdtftat w tf* Anhrtrls and (MWWM CeI. and Mrt. John Fuss tional park.MteRFwCtN. Collier County dam Foundation.Mtmbcra. .
kumroer In Frankfort, KyL ercep': for the annual ran
in. 0 Pierce Wood in
uned to bring
at Arcadia.. galas Rsservs'lms' be weeks In Jutyer August when they return''' to Naples w rh>

years we ban made wllll)frs. john.*may tank the r daughter and granddeogM r Thg,, Saturday than" .'

. GIFTS NEW YORK ( ;. this IACItbt Ctirleu pll,.. IFm.1-a6g. l ks. Hairy Bauer, nephew, f. Coburn GeyTe and Mrs GeyU arrive from
Accessories to I erne ee.wr the eternal pet. 1-WT4 Mrs. Ben Swear 23t1 F' \kfort for 10 days v 7

fry" she tlWf program '. high. II! and M... F rank gnu, Aoeiore" Eml and Norman M.ae.sn I
Antiques The _|..|.... tit the (tree of 22&12Sewing'- rig reluctantly left h
tone** In .* > ID"', Mrs. 'h* beautiful fall show of weaker they were having ar
._ for
. INTERIORS a center.000 10 In'.. ''1'\1 demand, r summer home "feme. [Deer isle. Mane They, _

S*.MMMI I of V. rear," she add.. i'4-ted out a month ego and af'e' teveral visits and 3 $(/,

Furniture y*.un t4 .. ettlseM UM confers at CoU Group i 1 of driving reeched Naples ,< fnday.Mrs. vl.f .

Upholstering ....11. one lot tare to make At St. Ann's Edward Harness and Mrs Malcolm. Sirr,
Draperies for ,_Mel '-. ,. a seccees"
Needs Help >rimed recently spent 10 iet ..n the Harness '

Carpeting sRrR -- -- S, J'. Colony Club apartment
I I 1"c..a... el St.
PERSONALIZED 1 I Ann's Gdd..rallren. MVi. George Mwrfey Is at 'tie Gulf Snore for .

: se eoMioue went fHiheCVtMmesbasur. ..'ek.. $I he will r,PWrP. toOek Park, HI for the.. h'-' ii" .

e t u \JI1c. : ago then genie back with Mr H rle< m January f ,r i'ter i-

i Christmas Cards M boa U STlUtkjt MtUAasVsfr lit"" .
QIa"1iI ells r
Rtt1plu ,
fros tefktctlotfi .ef t1ise4 Mr end Mrs., WMlem PancoaM." who also spend ".ai

V'- f'll 40 Albums ..- In every price range i anemia "If y.er at the Gulf Shore Have arrived from > LJ

I190THird3t.se.Meaner Teem rtltows tsr avamnf &. They have plans for family Ch i,,mas n Wasr- '

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&bt Ntw TIME TO DEFROST A FEWI U.S. Could Lose the EdgeIn


Nuclear Power Balance


BY> RAY CROMLEY
NOVEMBER 11. 1964
Weefclftgton C.rr poDdentN.wtpa.r
2
Enterprise AMD.WASHINGTON.

Give Once, And For AllThe s! (NE i

With the election over the President and hit defense SI> ,
) United Fund is comperetlvdy during the "winter season" No matter J'i'1M '' retory met now make some hard military research-spendlnfdecWD55. ,;

new In N.pand/ Collier County. Its how you slice It, there Is some expense IWH I WJRE Pur/N $; .i .
T HE pEE FRfF of between the United
4 matter of pride that thin newspaper connected with each and every fund --i 1 'flee nuclear balance power stitr
AFrEQ and tile Soviet Union is so unstable some key Pentagon
aided
materially S
in getting it started here. drive. By combining the I 10 drives into TILL 'r, f' scientists uy privately that it could be upset quickly by three

We did so because It provides the easiest. one, not only does, more of the contributed ELECT/ON Soviet research breakthrO4ha'I :

and best way for local' residents' to lend reach the i + LJ %f+ ,. ,. Development of .11 effective ant1J iaa missile network
money participating
a helping hand where it f capable of handling massive attacks of extremely sophistiu
Is needed agencies but also the workers are able kr tfd i iri'Vli with a huh rate

and Incidentally, well justified.The to save a lot of shoe leather. \ {, ''1 he concept these men have in mind would be long lung.

Idea of helping one's neighbors Believe It or not Just a few lx'\ end Nlke-X. The antimissile-misslle system they envisage
years
r
thousand
through might in fart clobber ICBMi or more miles from
cooperative effort Is not a new ago It yvai not.Ilw,11 for one volunteer i ; ,1''r r I i irget or even before they "" we airborne

one. Since the beginning of time it has worker to be talked Into (pressured mightbe L'J ; M The Russians are experimenting heavily with electron

been customary for people to help the a better word) serving on as manyat turtle pulse and radiation from strong nuclear explosion for
less fortunate killing i missiles in their silos before they are fired.
or
someone with a run five separate fund drivel This was of ICBMi
of bad luck.In t Development of a family so accurate Uu I
a great Imposition, of course, but It was more than half of those fired would hit within 500 yards o1<

the old days, which many people necessary In order to get funds for the IUl-i target:
like to refer to as the "good old various 1 lie extremely large boosters available to the Russia"
days, agencies which the
if community make possible fair use of larger, more reliable guidans ,
a neighbor's barn burned down all the could not do without. I stems. Russian technical literature Indicates the Reds an.

menfolk got together on a good day and And those residents who were not putting a sizable chunk of top caliber manpower into n'

conducted a "barn If. prnvmg their electronics and guidance.
raising working In the
neigh'bor's drives
were kept pretty Some scientists here predict this super accuracy guldan' ,.
wife was III, the womenfolk went busy answering the doorbell to hear the 1 f.i r before 1912.e .

over In a body and cooked food, cleanedthe fame person who had been there a Development of a military worldwide communications

house, and took care of the kids. If couple of days before to ask contributions system warfare invulnerable countermeasures to )electronic or to radiation interference from nuclear(electronic blasts

a man's mule was puny, or died, a neighbor for one agency deliver a requestfor The Russians have been putting large sums into ,jamming

would lend him an animal until he funds for still another agency. Winter and other electronic countermeasures.

could procure another, etc. visitors used to cringe everytime the THE WORRIED U.S. SCIENTISTS are not comforted by

These good people were willing and doorbell rang. Many of them started the thought that the United States now heavily outweighs the

glad to help one another calling this the Soviet Union In nuclear weapons.
lust as most "City of Outstretched ORR1's' Unclassified studies Include estimates that the United

Collier Countlans are today. And with Palms." States now has more than 50,000 nuclear weapons comparedwith

the kickoff of the Greater Naples United There is this to be said for the United 5,000 to 8,000 in Soviet hands

Fund drive set for Friday noon at the Fund you can do share toward f!,... ii.M But these U.S. research men point out that regardless of
your this 1984 U.S. supremacy, and sizable American researchand
Cove Congress Inn (many oldtimers will me community oy answering me doorbell development expenditures, U.S. miscalculation on what

know this as the Old Cove) Collier Coun only once. And the good people The research leads to push heavily, or better Russian guesses or
tlans should start who Best of BoyleBY LETTERS Russian luck, or more Russian funds could put the Reds
getting
ready to
so
contribute generously donate their time NAq
ahead in one or all of these three key research fields.
their share toward the operation (and they still contribute their share to HAL BOYLE TO THEEDITOR v There is deep concern here that the Russians are putting

of the 10 agencies participating In this the fund just like everybody else) are more money and effort In these key areas than Is the United

year's drive. spared lot of walking and talking that NEW YORK AF) Latter, to diacuss a reasonable settle. E/ States U.S. research has gone all-out on "penetration aids'' 1"1"

The participating agencies are: Amerl- no longer U necessary. people would like to get but ment" ICBMs. Top Defense Department men are convinced the
ran Red Cross Big Cypress Center rarely doc "It Is our pleasure to Inform United States can devise to missiles
Boy Anyone who has served as a volunteer "The ways get through regardless *
diagnosis )you Mrs.
of Smythe that
our clinic: Is you i BAND CONCERTS of Russian improvements antimissile defense
touts of America, Collier County Mental worker In a United Fund drive Is that you are suffering from were the winner among 48 ml!. Editor Collier County News But despite this confidence the Russians if their research

Health Assn., Future Citizens, Gulf Coast aware how tiring the work can be. How generalised fatigue brought on lion entrants In Krackly.Krunch's Aa a part-time resident of Na* goes well might be able to knock out U.S. missiles before

Girl Scout Council, Naples Community rudely some people receive by overwork. Therefore art JS.word" boxtop essay 1 plea I have a suggestion I am they even got out of their silos. Then penetration aids would
you, as recommending to your employ. contest on 'Why I love to eatch..rlll1 sure many people will agree with. be of value.
Hospital, Naples Welfare Association, Salvation though you were asking money for yourself er that you be given a aU. : sounding breakfast It la to have the Naples High Or the no Reds could knock out U.S. communications.

Army and u.s.a. Instead of for the participating month leave of absence with cereals.' The first prize a School Band present a concert
The 10 agencies pay so you can recuperate. It ts Rolls-Royce filled with silver maybe twice a month on Sunday
organizations are, technically which are the responsibility of every Imperative that you hare no dollars Is now ready. Do you afternoons In CambUr P.rk. or

speaking, operating In behalf of every Collier Countlan pot" |Just the worker cares or responsibilities. W. wish to pick It up or shall w* some other suitable place Tic .

resident of Collier County. They do not and a few others like her or him. In the suggest a warm climate, such drive It to your home?" would be particularly enjoyable The World Today
aa Tahiti, and recommend that "Remember me, your old pal, to the winter visitor
serve a selected group. They offer service experience of. this writer, some rude, you leave your wU. at home." Joe Hardtop, the cur who beat When we resided In Sebrln t, By JAMES MARLOWE

to everyone.The crude people deserve a punch In the nose "At our lat division reunion you for the Job as varsity half the high school band clayed every Assttlated. Pr.. Ntwi Analyst
barn raisings and such were acts for the manner In which your old company commanderand back our senior year In high Sunday afternoon from January
the
they receive
I decided school: Well, I'm until
of you never did get selling Christ March.: They have a band
"neighborlinets, and that's pretty poor soul who Is out ringing doorbellsas proper credit for repulilng that mil cards: for a living now, and shell at the city pier, and this WASHINGTON (AP) Item After the

much what the United Fund Is today a civic duty and not because the enemy charge on our food depot I wondered If, for old Mma' was one of the moat popular odes, aa the poet said, can bless between two ceremony of Kennedy's, John mill ran
an for near the Rhine early In 194}. It sake, you'd-" events In Sebrlng at that time. as well as burn.
opportunity Collier; Countians to work Is tary aides and Ma father's .
a joyful grabbed
I j picnic.
wu one of the most ., .It wu foolish of I know that
be hereto tn "neighborly" by giving a helping Collier Countians who wouldn't be actions In our outfit. my baby play with your $750 fine band and I believe they hours that John F. Kennedy the One other of hand.the aidestook
boy's
hand to their neighbors through the 10 caught dead contributing a to Anybody who slnglehandadly diamond ring, Madge. You should be given an opportunity spent with his small children. When the three walked to
penny any caved 21 tone of our precious might have known he'd swallow to be heard by more people. I Thy times up a
agencies participating In the fund. !It's worthwhile were precious that set of stairs, John leaped into'
cause can at least be courteous peanut butter from being cap. It. I don't mind telling you I'd am sure the members of the band had to be stolen from busy days. the air
as simple as that. when a United Fund worker callsat tured certainly deserves aome have sued you U It had been would like to do this aa both of It wu Just a year ago today dangled, swinging from the Ms legs U h.

Not only Is the United Fund the their doors.Believeyou. kind of reward, so belatedlywe necessary to operate. But, any. my children: played in their that President Kennedy took hands. Then, as they grown-up drove out
easiest and most convenient to are turning you In for a way, hr'a your ring back school band, and they welcomed John John to Arlington National of the
way carry us, Collier Countians will Silver Star good as new, and I suggest we an opportunity to play concerts Cemetery for a wreathJaying cemetery, John waved

out this cooperative act of neighborliness )! be well advised to give at generously as "Remember back In 1938 both Just forget the whole Incl.dunt. As editor of one of Florida's ceremony honoring the nation's energetic It was goodby a father-and-son. ah' w

It is also the most economical they can to the United Fund. when I bet you $50 even that Alt ." most progressive newspapers, I veterans that warmed the heart It
Giving u
Consider) that few Landon would carry at least 20atateiT "I was Just shuffling through would like to have you promote Uttle John, not quit 3, didn't charmed: the
only a years ago each just once, and for all, saves a lot of Well, my great aunt sun of the White /House mall his Idea. It will be appreciated understand what was going on, President eye

'fi\cal: agency held separate fund drives wear and tear on everybody pawed away recently and left and came across your teenageson's by all music: lovers. and of course, he wriggled had done hi. part Kennedy in the ceremo.earlier

me little money, so please find application to work as a Frank H Seger While his father sat on the nlal sense.H .
I *n *!n.A 4 mv' rhArlr-. fVw- or 44ft- Tf cowboy on our ranch next smn. Naples Florida stag, John Jr., In blue shorts had proclaimed Veterans
you feel like putting a little mer. Nothing would dee-light and white sweater sat with
EDITOR'S NOTE: Other Nea. a Day u a day to honor those who
dough down on the le8S race 111 me more. Lady Bird and I sun Secret Service
polltsns Interested In band con.: agent on a marble had served their In lime
country
Ifothers bet you H that the Republicans would take It a* a favor U you certa: bench: below.
say are welcome
of
to
use this war and to
renew American
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS will-" and the missus would join us for letters to the editor column: to One John broke away and determination to achieve: world
a couple of restful weeks, too. If help the headed for the stageRecap,
project .
along The col.: "with
peace patience
"ot course, every hospital you Ilk* real Texas Chill, I can: omit is ale open to those who tured, he was set down In a and perseverance
makes mistakes, but I still cant: promise you that-" may 'impose It > walkway where the agent and a They're having courage.another Vet1an .
see how our nurse Informed you White House photographer
Day that you were the father of hemmed him In, ss much: as
quadruplets when all your wife little b, are ever hemmed In today.
had was a 6-pound boy. There

will be no medical charges, ..;t. JIW"3. I'llenti.'n. .
naturally, for treating the con. .
THE COLLIE COUNTY NEWS ,
cusslon
you received when the .1., ., ,. I
shock from m..ng I .h. loM e
receiving the WASHINGTON AND"SMALL
N.wi 'd..r' l..f H. U i inrrnrl.din STOCKHOLM Sweden lAP) ;
nurse's mistaken
news caused: I
y knowing sbout your '..ron.. King Oustal VI Adolf of
you to faint and strike yourhlld
Sweden Is 1$'> yeIrs old toOn. BUSINESS"y .
on the hospital fli Our
attorney will call on you soon LOS ANGKLEh (AP) nil 1: t:
-, ....... er Abbe Lane, ex.wtfe of band I CWlONHAOIf|
::" v.Sc3".:: i OS. : '''- .au dasiw'idaalt leader Xavier Cugat. will man

[ 1W QiL.r.: :; : >;" W .| theatrical agent Perry LIft liNw '. n"'L' _. :.i .. V..I well .. three meals per day
't 1 York City Dec. It. h rd .1 t but which were under Inspection

&mmmm ton RT A CoRCOVLRALL The couple announced their < ai 1 Iko.e .. alte M"'Ik ,, low alUioufh cost for the them bracers paid' a
wedding plans Tuesday.
Or.C A Rcrrnlly In Oakland Cattier see
ACROSS 1 Lift Is S vice president and tea, teller clients ef ,
MAT n he art in kiiu., .
r 'r n although tina
I ElaiUc fluid )(. Ship i partner of Creative Manage. slated a weekend dtmonifrt- .
4. S L C O N 1tv't men Associates .. "rK is on a piece work pay
Study crane Ltd., a talent lion and ....1.. at the eMcee mint plan
I. Turmoil 31 Mining [ 0t. C E r A agency in Beverly Hills. pf the Alameda. County welfareadministration. mini. they I of are guaranteeda
fl hour
11. Snail chudIS al.nt A R n TIC 0 LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) Crept were feInf However Dm peaches per, grapes
AI once 40 has" rdni! A D'' 0 M O V E S E C Walt W. Rostow, bead of the l imharvested In nearby lettuce tomatoes, and other
14. Days of old 41 Temmi U.!. State Department's policy Held due te crap are in
MUM A N C M T peak harvest it
15. Medley cka/actcr i l O planning staff, says leaders of : ::; :: hut nut been unusual for man
17. Educate 43 Dlfll'1.IonU. n M C l D the Soviet Union are 'tegtnntng f a\fr.,. $40 per day
"/,"' anyone going to try/ (o lalk nit' out of it?" Fe 4 sispk Ketd R A N I 0 E Iv O T C C to think of arms control butthlY' j ) ,It" See
20 Take 11I_ 48 Sato C T R L O D E A A T E ,. not ready yet." AI the end of the season they

-Th MallsMl Ctunir 21 Barrel 50 Away D C L t h T T O As long u the Western na.tlons Ik are transported back: U MsVwith
stave pretlx stick together, said Ros. earti- < I o their laved earning.
23 Lon Star 51 I Nlghrfall SOLUTION Of YIJTHOAT fUZZU I tow, "the boys lu Moscow are b and In the .If....... nr* Mlareoad
Quiet Waters A Redwood Park Stare 33 Enern convinced they're not going to be U tocem public chart-
26 Hatchet 54 Skill 1 4 Radium 10 Inbound take over the world. e* of Ih* laipaytra of the. VM.
Creak* and brooks run quietly be President Johnson ha Instructed: the 21 Crowd 55 Sea godDOWN symbol to pav In a not lee
questlon-and-answer ed
tween their banks on the way to a distant National Park Service to bring In a 30 Nerve 5 Shade use 12 Rest of session I I I..bor leaders had long
.... Not so with area college: students, lag semi cw N.re.r 'fought
long ISIS
very ago leaping deflnlte plan for a redwood national n -otk 6 Allen calves I ivstem inasmuch IS
brooks laughed and sang a* they hurried park. Th service should hurry with the 31 Couple 1 Steadying 7 Misde.eitanet. 16 I "'ep&. Meetow said Tuesday the Soviet seek I. U>l. Geld bat they j this Cannot collect dues from
Communists
now realise sin. would abe earn seme there
downward so
from their birthplace specification 33 Penodof root messy Mexican 1 They werepniird
so Congress
on the highlands. quickly can act I 'A'amofspfXHst S. Addi II.gwa.light gle country CM: dominate the I see I >, b- a I It at "dogoodersin
on them Some rhdtiuUcpump
100.000 acresremain : world Th aefur: clients
But
be said r mini l
Soviet lead.er i -ht
A* Iprlll.11"111' category at social
) subsided and the of the 1,000,000 SS Thorough
acres ef red 9. ., dote"
Spaotat t started
cast accept: a brsnmgjn <->UM
II'HGIde rolled over hills and woods (fart arms eontrol I gn.ui with the result
valleys that abbt 20
I. Palle Caedurned
once cloaked the Paclne: IIIIItfr until they I. kin : 11poa.uon It was an in- : that (Congress
change the world voted to abandon
the waters began to subside. Beneath Coast In 22
an awesome magnificence. Kpremt vtew of the lull on their dignity to expectfrn I the I tar,
sing early summer muted sun, slow moving. brooks Only 10,000 acrei of the virgin forest r l J !. 1.1 I. IJ I' I"U.*.( "wta tor Jt v.average... k...Rustic*&... t to WOk on farms Cur I I .
e song as they move be have today bft.'edrom the foeeion2S deed >Iu.ir! th ') aid nothing about Of '
tween and sawyers "II 'AI 'I' believing that he lived In cease the big argnmeBlas
grass willow-lined pain In a patchwork of public parks andgrove Slavs a .....world.." ;hr dignity evolved in takins Ik.i the Mexican. were
We know that water Is constant *. Some of these luo'M are I I'... :27 ft rap i uolic ,, factor In our world. Some 300 cubla grievously: threatened by the engineer M Salk .. .. .. AmertraM ski rid hate..e. .
miles of water fall on our planet each Blndedneat and the contract-letting 7 --r--- ( 32 iMaieiws Thl. rho4e.h lnUrr o
24 hour W* suffer both from periods power that abide la the state's poIltkal ; ; 14 DtvieatIrusa COLLIER COUNTY NEWS M. u>.c>f.r M* H applet ('.'."'., nu icrower. seeking
.
ef too much rain and toe little. Thar highway. department Only with the II V/11! lAI'" IJ II' It tevrseir MICHAtt CMiTHOMAS I................. huge crisis. riming ay ..0.1 u> *ui, ,1.1 solution without
by the (. ....
are the Earth's q. .nooie.11 Muni
area on surface
ear
that prestige e( the federal Government be # MAVIK AsoseJolo CdisorMAMSMAU. ... national this current
are desert and other areas that are bind It CM redwood conservation pre- I" r 0 H 1 Arisen WVAT1. A.*. MsMftrAtstnr "braree preram in, r M pert t iiouoands of dol
rainy jungle In our climate torn gram thwart freeway builders 42 Bird ofpeexe oroLKA, MOC*. SuptOAVIB ., e e ey I larr i i iifing' in unempsovedmrkr
brook dry up In summer. J/ I" IJJ J. JS HCMMAMSOM.. Cue OlroclorMP.S. 1140'. iron. the agrlcIf ., '. m :.a.......... Tn
In nuking ,, ,,,,,,,. I
Ca
a preliminary aura* if" i A
LOUISC' DAUB "-1 .flier
440w OMHe
But the meadow creek and Mgr ice.i : But the
brook :
which led I :
to th* President's directive, J1 l" JJ "' 41 :hriC. and can'or'5 < \ i- I Fur :::
flow steadily through the hot days. No Bcrei ... ....... > that somncapnWe <
the National Geo-rjxftlc Society and. !Ule. 44 es4a.1 ",. ..c.. d. hA d"l''nd..d <*' r ..". ,'n ,
longer the gay, hurrying water of Park Service discovered' what they HUn / fI II f4 Watt .... a.lurd. ;n }'" .LMYr.r. '.I.x < n.n., .' *.r of per
.spring. Now the streams flow peacefully! are the three UU t tree la the ? f 47 Skip. :': \trT.--A 'j. 1 1 ....i; t ...1 ..f i,,qle.tnrmuieted I k 'r. *ka. er oiiit
through lowland woodlands and Open world They 45 .. 75nW : If aped dock ..... .... ..... ..... .__ r c 6 e'I1"IM'en bTt'.d''ni [ Leek eel .
meadow and Held stand |a e grove now 49 nirrtoU.rab Sea aru lac forward le Ute eas
Man U be owned by e timber eompany. To cut IS' l/ $I "' I, rm TN.ean'' ,. MOd..r' Z rill Mr ...1t authoritiese "l deo&rir. MM ef UM Wf
will spend e
can a peaceful these ....
tree for lumber would b like '/ epsrl.r. 'be pro. ,
interlude by the quiet torv Ir,<. Tar rompanlee have se ,
water and In --S leelshrd
the
dismantling the Statue el Liberty for Its ISJ ,. .nguyera UklUhrd piuu .. Methm
lew-pltched. I' Q I.u ." .' "I .. ,
wthurrldong hear chords alvag value la SCTSD .etl1.-fkt jf". : / t.. .. .. h. .. .' lr n porlaUoni Seem Mrastea. *' ma .* >roll vet ellhe t i
that calm the htarU-Sotton timid. rorkrtm .' .' .. uc.tebed Wee.'ted ...... a 1 ***. I
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COt U COUNTY NIWS N.plM, H... W.4.. No.wn M II, ,IfM SWhat's


[ Snake Doesn't Qualify 1 Square Rookies Dance Meet


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,
This ThursdayThe rM In A Name?


square dance > lass (01
beginners will meet Thunday
evening at I p.m. at tile Sunshine wy Plenty Says Ford
Shufflers' Nell 950 Central Ave. ,
: ,
Hill :
nun. Lloyd I* the t t. her.

1' f class is atlll open for t>i r.anil* "Rocky" Ford, friend, and he point out he's
hey inemberk. lUll aiuwua, se, "
tornmi mi>''or and presently a Just ao "Innocent bystander
ai ''I i thus, who have had lessons cliumllman' I I. letting a Kit troubles stem principally
!but .ho have !liad to drop Ihiinan "t<., k.Ukh" from the recent poUtticaj from the active campaigning of

vCLCv y tti come sad resume l wampum H*'* *eran< a Mr*. Warfare Ford, a resident
the ualertt. ru't lhg" (ron! his Democrat of 108 19 h Avenue South, for the
n I is will I h. the s*'ond sos RrpubUean cause In the recent
f'J >i "< (for the class, whl. i II> I L- elect..
:still! on the basic beginnings. Four Socialites "Rocky" quickly pOds out
inn alto call for the Bun h that "Marguerite" Ford la his
a,t, stoppers i |' on Monday .vl/olnt'. Guilty. Of Serving epouae, a plain case of mlatakenIdentity.
t tt for 4 group In Lehtgb Ares, .
aid also for s troop/ la Axrtdia. Uquor To Minors He admit, however, hi*
H* t* a past -.r.identII, apouae la a Republican; admits
Suiuhine Shuffler. STAMFORD, cgoa. (AF) aha has a perfect right to her
Jack, n.r conduct advanced, Four Garten socialites and a oplalon; and further admits that
w"ikshop on Tueadayi, and tUt\ man wire) served a* a bartender a man claiming to be boas at
Cutie teaches a cleat on Wed. at a del slants party they gave home will fib about other thlnga.
neidays. All of these acttvt. al heft faahtonabl berlea About the time he had con.
tie are at the Central Avenue home were convicted yeaierdayol vlnced his Democrat friends of
locating serving liquor te mlaore. the mistake In the NEWS
"EASY NOW" an-th..'' words uttered by Humane Six other persona charged Uonnectlon printed a picture Identity of his spouse
Officer Gene Aim, I,, as approaches a 5- >' with teenage drink.
and
.
,, Wi+ ,: >"I'i ane "* Inadvertently spelled her
MIRAQJ, A note t A"teen >
foot rattlesnake in t tin i.nkmK' lot of the Humane Auxiliary Lunch A DESERT Ing at She party pleaded tnno. first name "Margaret," Insteadof
Society of Naples}! \\ itl I.. ,\ ; foot ratch-pole most bout i'c' "II'H\ > 4UtI"1I, L .1 M t e .h.'* on ''Oot'' 'I" 1\1""' "'e-st '< 01 ash/ cent asked fur a trial by a Jury:, "Marguerite," and now he has
in Complete SuccessThe -- --- -- and were ordered to appear U that "How Come?' situation
commonly: used futn." i 1"11' doa or cats taught to
court on Nov. IT,
trees. November 10 Hospital face all over again
The cue came to prominence The NEWS Is
pleased to help
Auxiliary luncheon and card when It W as enclosed that leen.ager .
Immokalee "Rocky" over this rocky spot la
play ys| | "CQjWtets.! IUCT Girl Scout Notes had fee* drinking at two his political career.
..i1w c ii", reports k1".J to hlea- partle thai preceded an automobile .

dors, chairman of this event x accident last June In
70 Volunteers e which the "p.year-cM daughter Gets Mink Coat
", Over euyUlm i fmjtrs
"
I rl1 and guests enjoyed s buffet MRS DONALD M. SCIILERFCOl'Ni. ol an Amerlcaa Airline vice
For Ills Toes
luncheon st the Caribbean Res r : president was kUled.
tsurshi Del remtlnwl fur snsftsrnoon In Circuit Court today, Dr.OIqrp DETROIT CAP) Now, of all
Cited By MD ___ llughea\ a p.yeblatrl.t.and thing, a mink cloak for the
of cards. -
Ma win, Julia Ann, atood toe*.
Mrs. Richard Wolfe was In It MJETDJGi The No. hour with your girl learning. sued. holding' hand aa Judge That's right a mink toe piece,
charge of donations sod ,r.. BY MRS. WAI TCKGARRETTIMMDJCALEEJerry vembei meeting 01 theduUCoast about the fun oI'routlnc.CALENDARlh Alfred 'Toecaho asked how they and Dr. Moron B. Lesser, a
seated Mrs. M.F.Sahoeffel wlth GirlS< out Council will be held. The new Girl pleaded. The Judge fried them Detroit dentist, has It thanks
the door prU, Proceed go t 19 Lewis 10 am tomorrow at the Federal Soout Calendar have arrived and pudley P. Felt 10, t consult. to his furrier brother.InJaw,
the Naples Communltjliospltal, national chairman for the Mm laving and Loan building In may be obtained from Cadette Ins engineer, and hIs wife, Man Cam Otfen.
eular! DyurophyASaoctstionsof Port Charlotte Mra. E.W. Tim. Troop 124. Payment la due In uerlte, hosts with the Hughes, Dr. Leaser Injured hi*
America Inc., announced today berlaka, chairman of neighbor. Council headquarters by Decent pleaded no coolest and were Achilles tendon playing squash.A .
that special citations of merit hood 7, will attend, as will the bar fat, ao each troop la aaaed fined $180 each doctor put a cad on his leg,
,.. ? IAM t/ia Square Dancers would out to the volunteer fallowing delegates front the Na. to pick up It* order as soon as Henry K. Clem, 44, of Nor. leaving, a* u.ual. the toes alt'-k
go pies area Mr*. Robert P. Coe possible. Cadette Troop *M walk who worked aa $ bartender tog out.
Will Travel To workers who helped on the
Mrs Robert L Arkertnan, Mrs meet on Monday after school ai, alto pleaded no With winter coming on, DfiVn
wn1'b' Lehigh SaturdayThe spring campaign in Immokalee. Allen Blbee, Mre. Edward Wll. at The/ Scout House, Leadersare contest'lllY.c 4ttornepasked tame to the aid of his brothfliInJaw
"My thanks to Mrs. son, Mra. Robert H. Martin, Mrs. Allen Blbee and Mr. for leniency, laying: that doing him up with u one
Sunshine Simmer will Carl Washington her volun Mrs. Robert D, Gregg and Miss William Bral' .n, Trope will Clem bad only | modeet In. cover In lutetla mink, label,
square dance next Saturday No. teen, and the generous contribution Betty Treu Mr*. Chula W, be required to p.ylor the amount come, Tuscan fined him |1BO Initials and all. A tie around t uoait I ..
veqiber 14, at Lehlfb Acre Com. from the people of 1m- Martin will serve as alternate, ordered. and] remitted the entire sum holds It In place

mostly Center, seae. 10 mokslee for their outstanding According to Mrf.A.B. liar.
miles southeast of Fort Myer. effort" Lewis said raid, Earaaota, who will preside -
This dance U a Joint ventureof Lewis went on to state that the agenda will Include
"AHIIHIIH" the reptile has been caught: the Shuffler of Naples and $55 .36 was raised and deposl- election of new board members,
The first of its kind trying to admit itself to the the Krl* Kro. Square ol Fort ted In the Bank of Everglades discussion of amendment to the

animal shelter, this snake soon discovered that it Myer B 1s a benefit dance for B.F. Williams, Jr., vice pr.- bylawwhich will affect the 'mrn
Maple Neighborhood' ), an analy.
not welcome and instead of being offered the Lehlfh Acre Library.
was ildent of the bank and campaign -
.. eta of the Councll'a finance by
There will be two caller
food and shelter, it was promptly removed.Naples Skeeter Chauvtn ol Tampa and treasurer for the MD Mr*. A.M McEl'II.ucutIYld1. fifth ,venue, Iouth Npl... rte, !II!
Ernie Bass ol West Palm' Beach. drive tabulated and depositedthe rector, eat S report of the Regional I

-1. -r Chauvut bal never called br the money. Conference, Mra. John dACROI4 III
arw Shufflers, but Baas has been here Those who assisted Mrs. DeWltt,, Jr., council vlce-preal. 100" ACRYLIC DU'ONT'S MIN'S WORK

l\ liBy several time, and 1* quite popular Washington were Mr. Dot dent, will present a current panorainlc > BLANKETS PILLOWS
Bridge '; : .), with the local square dancer Brown Mrs. "petty Curry,Mrs. view of the Council a* JACKETS Ii
The dance starts at I p.m.wlUi Louis Dunswsy, Mri Russell It la emerging Into an area 4.98 '
a workshop which lasts until (. EMU Mrs. Wilier FRANK UTTE ...... Following this, a wiener rout 1* Mri. GarrenMra.FttlW The Council now embrace
.......-:. .. w YIn ._._.... _'.......... .m_ n .i planned with the main dance lUll, Mrs. P.A. Hlnson, seven counties,front Manatee to White Pistils 7.U Value \ Flannel, Lined
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Collier
with In
headquarters
atartlnj at ( and lusting to 11,
a recent issue of the Ml properly set up. The boards Vertically all ol tae Naples Mrs. CUreoc Johnson Mr,. .Vast**' Although cil meet.Inge .
ami Herald you may have read should be prepared for play dancers plan on attending, U not Jack Johnson, Mri. Johnny are required busIness for
about the woman who resented with the North cards face up both dances, then the evening Johnson Mrs. Virginia McDonald neighborhood chairmen, d. .. COTTON SHIRT 'OXClO" MUSLIN IOYS' LINED
her hostess-partner sockingher ss s notification to shuffle) session. For those who have Mrs Roy Miller, Mrs. plea, nominating committee and
on the head. The assaulted each board to include the correctly never bee th.re. Ray Chappell, Ines Rlgdon Mrs. Francis board members, any registered BLANKETS SHEETS JACKETS
adult faint Is wtlcom to attend.
in her amazement snapped"Why7" numbered travelingscore. president of the Shuffler, *ug. CoMlnj. Mrs. Retha Rutledge, The meeting will be followed by 'wi" Double il ilI '
The answer "I was gees tMy follow U,I, 41 to the Mrs. Robert Shockley, Mrs. luncheon at Rydar'aforthcvewhoare 2.98 4.98 to 10.95

s ny," When questioned When it can be assumed that new bridge la Fort Uy.r, IDdth.n Martha Skinner, Mr*. Thelms Interertd.PARENTS 1.79 1.98
killing turn eat route1 and
on I White Pastels Shea 6 to 20
Mra. Sue .
all have Skipper TaylorMrs.
contestants
arrived
about the etiquette of follow the signs l to Lehuth Acre. MEETING* Plane
this rude snack, Amy Vander. the director now calculates what Tb Community C.trt.rlutbe. FJE. Thomas.Mn.Harold TAomu have been completed for the first
; bUt suggested "Bridge seemsto type of movement should be yond the roll club and the motel. Mrs. Vernon Vandlver, annual Parent' Night of the Na. II
release highly aggressive played the Howell or s Mitchell Dancers from Naples to Punta Mrs Frank Warrliier Mrs. plea Area Girl Scotia to be held
feelings in some plsyers. A s split of each or two Oorda are expected to make this Golds Whldden Mrs. OrvllleWhlddm ned Monday evening from TsIO: II IIOILON
psychiatrist might say that she Mitchells. If only one Mitchell one of the larger dances In this and Mrs. Luis Wil- to 9 at the Scout HOUM. In. IULKY MIN'S FLANNEL !
vltatlon to all are being
(the sssallsra)was symbolically Section appears to be It... then area until the Shuffler have llama made ai meeting parent durlngttte week MIN'S LONG nuvi I
swatting you for what she considered what kind of a movement should their Pirate Ball on January 30. The 1968 Jerry Lewis march and delivered home Mr. A.M. SPORT SHIRTS SWEATERS PAJAMAS
be selected? Should it be the against muscular dystrophy
s bad play. McElyea *wcui"e director of
This might Illustrate that at Skip after a certiln number of take place sometime during the the Gulf Cast Council, will be 8
times even social Bridge is sa rounds or s By-Table and a News From month of May IBM. MDAA here from faraauia, aa well a* 2.98.3.98 We95 S1i3e9A
aggressive game"certainly required Relay? Or s simple supports some 100 research the two field advisor who work S.M.L.XL Ilia. Pastel t. D
in the heated competition of odd-number movement? All Records projects located In leading with the Maple area, Mrs. Edward
Duplicate. We all have seen set, when suddenly In pops an County medical Institutions In the U.s. Matlsun std Mra. DorUhyFalrclougli.
occasions when some player additional pair which now might and, abroad b Is also responsible .
call make It necessary rearrange COMMON: LAW DOCKET for construction and The story of modern C'Arl'cout.
seems Inexcusably to ,
"Dlrectorl"' .., an apparent everything Central and Southern Florida operation of the Institute for Ing will be told, with emphasisoe
Flood Control District. Bsr Muscle Disease, where MD and the Naples prugra.nthroitgh MIN'S SWIAT ORLON CARDIGAN
move timed to upset the op a .sere. of alldea enlUled"Girls 'LAINS RIDER"SHIRTS
ponents. Fortunately k'$ rare VIC.., THE ARBITER ron Collier, Jr., et si! M petition allied neurornuacular diseases Make the Difference", serratedby SWEATERS
Indeed when either partner- A Director is also the um- for condemnation afflicting millions are under Intensive Pan (;ot, I I."nJorlooue. BLUE JEANS I

spleen or an opponent's chew pire. When rsqured| be nmst AssocUwt Plscoum c,rp.. Study\ MUfA roslv This I* I special eveel .031. 1.69 2.98
out, messes up the friendly be able to decide on any one vs wmie l Ue and Lovlnls Wfi- talAl. network ef clinics tog for very special ( <<>le Jlnter pt o 3.98 2.98 I Iil

atmosphere of our Friday Du- of some fifty decisions relatedto llama ,. replevin. throughout the country. end > >.ittfig I* really a family all Hood JI ., 'ull Over llle Whll. ,.t.1.
plicate sessions the Imcmatlansl! Law of Condkloned Air Corp., vs more are bel/ig established as fair both adulia and girl are il ilea 29 to 42 :!
Contract Bridge This requires Robert Baroni dMa Burger medical knowledge about MDIncreases. fc.*lng forward to eiflalnlnf II

PRAISE FOR VIC s thorough knowledge of these Palace Drive In... t quanram me CUnlcs provide their adlvtUe aAdteeluigaabouiIke I

During much: of the first year regulation Wa the director rtf' t#*WV f.{lUUai& .041(*.) / orfiAlUitvf sea end/ i help I* |3h3 le M'M'ffee support !
credit Vie (a called to settle s dispute supervision and sasistarceso I WHITI TWILLSLACKS '
we must Permywln and south our program so I' !!
for steering Friday evenings to like any umpire, the offendlnr CHANCERY DOCKET the opportunity for controlled many' bras. put next Monday OIILI' OILON IOYS' "fARAH"
a harmonious conclusion.Which side might h* f kit pe*> .J Arsis Louise Dennis vs Rob- experiments, MpAActupter evening en your calendar sa e SWEATERS SLACKS
brings up a theme regarding the which of course, can be emotionally en W. Dennis m divorce. kelp defray the cost of1hcl must s has onxtrtiwlty to
director. Unless you have supervised disturbing to s direc tortle Anderson Mtrko vs ( I chain, 'Vti.Oreces lad spend a related tad Informal 4.98 '
tournaments (ulfregltemly tor. Finally there ls an end Lester J....... Msriio ... di <(hr enkopedlddevicesset v 2.98 to 5.95 3.98 to 6.98 11 111
an arduous evening, b would vorce. special recreational and *iatftlocst Slue' 29 t. U I,
have) it might be difficult to I'reibytery J Asks buds Prints 6 t. 11.25 t. 30
to appreciate the problems.Aplarkngdirectormuathdeed, teem that enough U l OUIlII.. CUter Developmem Corp.. rrqgiims. for ctUs- SHIRT' 2,91 III
However tiers'- much unfinished vs JJ. Hoffmso. It si! ... mortgage ren afflicted with MD and related Fund Railing He Ile IleI

be knowledgeable builnesn. the scoring the foreclomrt.Csrolw disuses
a person.
Iii
Let's stan at the beginning of recap, the fscteryig. die typing W. Tilt vs WU- lIy| rietir9| Only
his multi-routines. He must of the recap sheet and thu lists R. Tiyter. vere. WAWOKOTOK (AP) ".
insure that the contest room is posting for all to ... MOTHIM ALIII waaktHTto Presbytery bat reo. I 90% Isyen 10% Nylon WOS OAiUDINI IOYS' FLANNEL
All thU is pointed out to MARRIAGE LJCINiUalDPee lOUHVILUe. Icy (UH; lIII8tI4t4 to Us cMreltee BLANKETS
sun up the Job which Vic has Rocco Wbsrtan.Jr.. and lUuidell!! 0. r..... tt l.uus.ll i cad they **1 we baiaars, CAPRI PANTS PAJAMAS
Barbers Plan done so cvremely well during Ruth Diane alga Fen Myers. r. ..hM"l Atreien of ih. Moth, felts, sales, dinner* and *latlarevent
the awff J mnthf M bas Jack L. its.w.1)+.;l... :tekM award w .Wf. Mil *i thf M' b oll i., to rIta, *>.)/. 6.9$ 3.98 2.98
To Full Air retee tale *l Tense. PI.
Return 41rea.r"ef ul KXC.If W. K ulild/Wli* .
been +4 springs.Franklb
Preferred
.. .. fuad-rtUlrg methn e.l.rt
His .., "III.| |, rftcivrdI Pastel Average Tall
16th you have missed saying Delano Me.*ev.h ,-' are tlthee, Sunday offering 11..4 Ie 11
Week Dec. imilw aere m hat '
1c'1. N*_ Fleyd" M. gr.4[ uwiwl
"Good Job. Vlel. Logaa and lli. Pueb.a AM Itaiioe m Ji,.n ass pledge
Member ahope of the HipU thought isn't it? pl Je..

Barters Association will open 5heWon Kay and AonttwTaunSelslryM ...........
for bMtoees on WeftiesdqrS.- r. '". I COTTON QUILUD MINI 'LANNIL TOYS' SWEAT
II aaaocla.tkw
Here's
December
tang spokesman RoUte Rite says. and I a aade.-epsr.MB Msrfsret on *>shoard. .V z/ (4MILDIXO Mattress Pads SHIRTS SHIRTS

flhopa are epee on Wedn.adsys
Hew woUd bM lit
durtnf tile elMer saw and are yen Zeta Tau Bid /
closed Wednetday* the balance Look for tfce aawerrtes is i 3.49 2.98 1.49 to 2.49

of barbers the rear.Wll have Rice two artee day thai eoTfeankscMnf sue.Nortk Is dealer and SM veI. For Rachel rik A NOME Double 3," 1Iht Plside, Hooded ZipperS

rat ..W"dn.day Cast-West Is nU. I was sir hoe 1 PIN ef Maples.teareceived I PullOverLUXUly
and Tharntay.ATS. be Nosh and. Margaret. was asSouk. bad set nUraklp .- Bee...... s ..... t* *. "I.""C .-4....*..< .<
( *
: a ....* tfc* fetflkitel ef a tH*>.' .."... net .... .1
b tea Tae Ais sere- '
>' I r1ftl le ,eeld.r CLOSE OUT
fill st Stetson UBvriy, *.. qrLmimliirt :* n ree) AMM >eeeefjt buM/n HOM' '
TO icON :;:9i1 t II eerflnf to Deaaef WemealmrTamer lei.enaM ...*<. >. ..*r .......e> Fer *v.rto M.,, Famew. rend
THE JO* f:4WII' : +. / / tv TM Jo1V.a U oasis .*-.. *... eMe.e< > -.e le hl.*. a4 Wf THROW RUGS BROADCLOTH SHORTS
L0Ij VLLL Kt. lAP I reset>pee ft" Nat lee soy le e4
ftrieon I
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social ,
of stt |ef S'.4 '
PulMe-JM De..... Bl* k..U Eiaf sots slid"ru.eld.g" se .... .. got V *e* 1/lspl.l! a**.I I 241'6 .tI
drove s ui to .. iMereMtMM sod I the S-atsae Campos' 27.4. 2." 3 Prs. 1 1.50
for neiwwyearbasJust
".es wrpriMd to ..* hat .MemcomernM : ersr.s D.i..ss -l/PI7AYI $Pd 6'13
ao try. The oflker t:::71 4$ been C4IJ1f e4. I16a60 I.gur" Price 3 for 2.50
? .
apprehended a I1-,..f-oI4:> Oivet Miss PUe is the eUuAierof -
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r,., u-.i."irnti't 1 uMd ol"i r.I".hr's"ne ih 11. trfr.: e Mr. and Mr*. Arnold' Hke 4 J JM 41* 6* V & .,' ,..... "" ... '..tt '.j.jt 1

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Prune Juice 0 ., 4 24-as bat. $1.'

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Hearty Meals with Joan of Arc Red
Kidney Beans 229c Ii
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Soup 4 :: 66c
/ (In The Bucket Jar, Marti
< Stuffed Olives I 80S jar" 29< b
Festive Brand or American Maid Strawberry
Preserves *$" 59
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Hi-Ho Crackers 41'
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F. F. V. TwinPoclcChoc.

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flelcH produce late U pooi J "Prestige" Dinnerware

SWEET-AS-HONEY GOLDEN 1 COUPON GOOD FOR

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PlIClS OK PLACI SITTINGS OfrORCILAIN
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C C.mpk.ll'l Htv.rlulOyster
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Ch.I'. Ct>.lf4 S..lek Pr.nn
Pot Roast "(bone."") . ">, 59CSirloin French Fries ."ft' 39cMorton'

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Homecoming f { _" + Cassius Hopes


God's In His
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Sebring Next FOK Eagles; ) ( !; ." 'b'K2ii ,',' Corner Monday

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: BOSTON (AP) Ca* lu*

'B' Game With i ," ; '.\' clay\ hope God will be In his
Alva OffBY ,.;" :. ,: l orner vlien he takes on Sonny
Liston next Monday night tn
defense of his world heavy

DAVID LYON Myers but didn't'' either end, aao 1 I'' ',i J'> 1 eight exiling championship
to show himself baa bees .vtt' lied I r' If I win, it'll be the will of
Injuries striking partlrularly was injured In fJI guard to *4 "Colli,. .II"i N' ..* ud," Clay said Tuesday tn a
hard at the cOJ'Pllofendl.prompt. Steve Clark rttPiMy *.| see puue It t ,II f display of the deeper man bet.
ed Naples High football roaches from a knee .tS actloa at defensive n! '. u+.?'> ter known aa a talkative clown
rrMdr.emiinvi.al
to cancel Thursday' scheduled t pay be. ready to I,1., ,,".. rrG with a punch "If I lose," be
"B" team tarn with the Alva tin when i.blbly added "It'll be God's will."
NIPI.S.i: 'vi ,
Ramblers at Alva. ,day for PASSING &TIU ,>',l i I ; Jil i f ei: :' Clay, who has adopted the

There Just were not enough> coming relebmtloa. Qenlor.Bui tII4 The! Eagles wurK, 'ii,, Ihelt! Muslim religion as well a* the
able-bodied players to divide lnto l : Ritchie Is healthy hut John 1'0111I11a.1\ yeatsr44s till! religious name, Muhammad All,
two squads, plus ablate bench Bass Is ghtlngTlalenEj5Kerry attempt* te taolllet t back from 0 said his new religion ha* given'
strength, tor a "B" game Thurss Morgan a sophomore two ttralhtl9-polatdefeat*. PUff him a billion follower around

day and the varsity game the following is still out of wtlon I "" gyp. 7\J\ wm not ,,H0rd 4 the best the world follower who never
night coaches explained."I a knee Injury. fetation at Miami Central, and beard of boxing until he became
could have taken 12 boys to Helping out Rttchte tad Clark their hurried throws were off tar champion

Alva," Coach Jerry Howell re Friday night wW b,1 ,i, let frtfpuntly. ) 'd The champion said b* will
marked "and that's not nearly whom coae" IUi ti'AttlzA II. .ft time pOses te'Faltthe tag visit the Middle fast after the
"
enough lea lust ai tt seemed they were fight especially Turkey "where
Senior end Richard Woodrufl Green Hay Takee beginning to move well.A FLASHIV-- PAST T.:, Jn\ s'', B Oso,' :las 40,000 people are waiting to see

racked: two ribs when hit dur : good-Hud crowd I* antlri. 19f.\.;I FIJI" Fart ,lat/ ,ij\ /i. ," ui I I. ,"n :aturditN/ me."
ing Saturday's game at Miami paLlet for Friday's homecoming Pistons Take Call Ressler He also said his Muslim rell.glon .
Over
League In ./lalup fcitun ran m !N apl..p"'d: ) \\ .n\" Osicola
and he will not
Central play any
Uttl between the Eagle and the is the reason some peopleIn
Bullets also \1 till |latt'-111\1dt'1, 1 fatale StOl k c ..i r i aces are
more this Coach 119-117
season, Jerry Hushing Yardage Blue Streak Sebring.Fans can the United State make him
Morris said. Woodruff played an I buy general-admission tickets in held aih Satuidaniifht at the local track. Best College the 'tad guy" for this fight

outstanding game against Fort; NEW YORK Packers(it) The advance and avoid standing Inline thlrd-year To Dave player DeBusschere In the Nation.a ( Hewitt photo) 'But I don't care, Just so long

three Green National Bay oe9I / Friday. al Basketball Association the Lineman In U.S. as they buy the tickets"
Football'League Student and adult tickets will While the
challenger Liston
teams which have gained) wore be available at Pedro' Shoes, buzzer ending Tuesday night'sDetroit worked out in historic ,
Plym.
Future BrightFor yardage on the ground thin Ip Plstons-Baltlmore Bui. Osceola Both UNIVERSITY PARK, pa.
Fifth Avenue Rexall, Tropics lets Sweeps outh, many miles from the
had AP
the air, have taken owes theleague game a very special ( ) A football writer once
Drive Inn, and Kepp' S Men'sStop. ring compared him to a dlvl. scene of the fight at Boston Gar.
lead In panzer
Whitey Ford A US-yard rustling performance by Student tickets also may It was DeBusschere's first slon clearing the way for his den, Clay was telling what h*
tit sold a| the junior high proposes to do to keep his
Jim Taylor last sandal helped game a* coach of the Pistons fellow troop pay.
Doctors Claim well the Packers total to 1,460 who ended a slx-game losing Features At Speedway Opposing coaches sit in awe chologlcal war in full swing

yards Baltimore la second wjta Fred Hutchinson's streak with a 11 e.1I7 victory when they see him play h*"I refer plan to to Liston talk to the Bear (a*
HOUSTON and .. Aver the Bullets in the opener of ) when we get
CAP) "I pitchedthe 1,406 Pittsburgh, the pr
"
in
And Rip Engle say he'* the the ring he said. "I talked
first game of the Series," vlous leader dropped, into third COldltiol.Poor' an NBA doubleheader at Phila.delphia's 0 A Osceola swept victory four were available for the greatest college: lineman In to him last time, too. I told him
the ball player whispered "andI with 1,409 Convention Hall. in both the late-model and jalopy powderpuff.Tax ,
America 'C'mon. Bear
BIUpfNTOH AP) Fred: San you're losing
( Francisco
knew The Packers, |tt and toppled Phlla.
something was lecf feature
seriously Hutcblsson, fornUr Cincinnati races at Naples Speed Collector AJ. Avers your crown. Watch this
wrong Cleveland Browns, who are delphla 110-99 In the second way Saturday night. was the lucky winner of the That's the story of Penn Bear one,
Reds suffering chest -pow
"I had had troubles fourth with 1,391 on the manager game.In State's Glenn Ressler selected pow C'mon.
with my ground GlorIA Stone won a door prize, a dinner for four Bear "
cancer, was listed In poor con. the trophy you gotta fight to win'.
only other *
all have a the Associated
arm off and on for years gained mors yardage gameplayed Press Line.
ditto today at local hospital when she defeated three other at the Big Wheel restaurant
a the Lakers .
,
pulled tendons and so on. rushing than passingBaltimore staved off a msn.of thaweek for his great
Hutchinson, who reentered the late driver In the on U.S. 41 north
women
New York specialpowderpuff
rally and
"But this was different I remained the loJsl downed performance in the Lions' stun.
couldn't pitch at all. My arm offense leader, adding I.... hospital Tuesday after several the Kntcks 108.101 In Los An. event. The winner Track officials plan another nlng 274 upset over Ohio State
would cramp" He pointed to his passing to Its rushing yardage days at his nearby Anna Maria gales was at the wheel of Guy Osceo big demolition derby for November last Saturday. Ring MagazineStill
left forearm lying on the hospital for 3,154 yards galaed 6t. Louis Maud. i lame, foul} had a fair DeBusschere, starting for. la's No. 21. 28, with a $75 prize
bed. "I would lose all the it second with .,',"$ and Green night, | n' yptt4| spokesman ward on the Pistons, helped his In late-model competition going to the last car able to does"Some of the things Ressler Lists Clay
have
to
In Bay third at 2,889 said own ':'UI, with 28 points. run its The you see to be.
'l'tr""lCth| my arm Leonard Chesser and Richie on own power. usual lIev. said
in his
Enrle, 15th
Whitey Ford doesnt have to Chicago is No. 1 In passingwith Yah! finished second and thirdto card of late-model and jalopy year of coaching at Penn State As World Champ

rII"w The future's bright |.IU yirdf, (4! Ills doctor says he'll be ready to San Francisco aj |,08. tad It. (AP) Ring
Chesser captured the dickered Saturday night beginning shortly on defense"
Magazine listed
pit, h again by spring training.The Louis at 1,174 \ # Casslus Clay
\ In the beating after 8:00 on the
flag semi-feature quarter- today as "still the world cham.
doctors the Yankee Nicknamed Zek by his.team.
pitch. out Osceola who wa* run mile speedway track on Radio plon" and named
er law In New York knew there 1' is mates, the 6-toot.J 230-pound Sonny Liston
was some obstruction of the art. P mmSPORTS nerup. Don Blankenshlp and Road east of the airport middle guard 1* the quiet man the No. 1 heavyweight contend.er .

erv which carries blood over the Ft. Eustis Team Mike Yahl won heat races. of the Nittany Lion one who In Its November boxing rat.

hand. Following Osceola In the Jalopy would rather play than talk. ingsThe

They sent him to one of the Planning To PlayIn feature were Willy York "This 1* a tremendous honor World Roams Asaoclitim
withdrew
world's' bed-known artery sur. Missile Jowl and Guy Osceola. Herman Braves Sign he said when informed of his heavyweight recognition of Clay as
champion for
goons, Dr. Denton Couley a sign
Blakely was front In the election
up as Llneman.oi.the.
ing a return bout
with Liston
professor of surgery at BaylorUniversity ORLANDO (AP) The Ft. semi-feature nosing out Guy With AtlantaFor Week. "Nothing like this has Boston Nov. 16. Its last at
monthly
College of Medicine Eu.tIs. Va, Array football team . . . Osceola. Jack GraberandJerry happened to me before but
In an operation Monday the has . . . . . rating failed to list either in the
accepted an Invitation to Hinds won preliminaryraces. don't forget I had plenty of help top 10.The.
doctors cut the nerves which play In the fifth annual Ulsatle There 24 66 SeasonATLANTA out there."
were Jalopies championship was listed
supply the muscular coat of the
artery that was disturbing clr. Bowl Football game here Doc. IThe I IJ COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Ntpl.t! Pie? W.d, November II, '1964 ready to run at the start of theevening' Ressler, a senior majoring In as vacant and Ernie Terrell of
other team, one from the but (AP) The MU. agricultural education hat been Philadelphia was ranked first.
dilation Those .nerves had been csusIng elected armed forces, has yet lobe a*. competition only waukee Braves have signed a the sparkplug: in Penn stat I"* In the Ring ratings, Terrell was
.. 28-year contract to begin play. comback after a dismal start of rated third contender behind
the artery to. constrict and H Euutls has detested ft lag baseball In Atlanta's |1(. three straight' losses. Faced Liston and Floyd Patterson an.
produce spasms.Ford Kno., Ft Binning, boo Army million stadium In 1968. with their first losing season other former champion.
said he expects to be out teams, and the Marine Cprps The contract was signed late since 1938, the Lion battled

of St. Luke's Episcopal HospitalIn teams tram Camp Lefeune and Tuesday in Chicago by ArthurMontgomery back to win four of their next R.J. Cerrudo of Pleaant.n.
about a week Qu.*tloo. chairman of theAtlante.Fulton five. Ressler' play made the
Calif.. shot
76, 73 for a J 149 iiqualify
County Recrea. difference
for match pliv i In ihr recent -
tlon Authority and Braves offl. Against Ohio State, he causedone

Kelso To BreakInternational's ." Ivan clals.Allen Montgomery of Atlanta called while Mayor the and spent fumble about, recovered a* much another time, \\ether.ti.ld.: \ U.S. Amateur.. Conn.Jimmy, Oran shot,I

Hoping contract was being signed In the Buckeye backfield aa the 73, 73 for 146. But when the
I "Tell them they J Just made the Buckeye themselves met in the ae<:und round Ccrriul'

; best trade they've ever m.de.". beat Grant, 1 up.
? ... Allen told Montgomery --
JinxLAUREL The contract signing took

place two day before It was Mamie Tooke
scheduled. Atlanta and Brave Tourney

Md. (AP)-Kelso. an !lXI 'use lie we* kicked by officials apparently were apprehensive .
four times America's Horse of another horse In the early going .' that Milwaukee County
the Year, world's leading mon In 1961, used up by turning\ |!' back 9a officials might further delay the
ey-wlnnlng thoroughbred and the challenge ol ttrst lead plans to move to Atlanta by se. Enters Second
hailed as the greatest gelding Purple and then Carry Back In ,' : curing another court order restraining RoundThe
since the renowned Exterminator 1902 and last year just didn't the Braves from sign
tries today to break a jinx have an answer to the 13 4.5. tug any agreement until the end

that has plagued him for three second last quarter thrown at e of the 1963 season second round of the Ma* 913Mrs. Edwin Joiv,

runnings of the $1SO,000 Wash. him by Mango q R The officials already had se mle Tooke Handicap Tournament Mrs. TJC Montgomery, Mrs.

Ington D.C., International at "But" we are ready (or this cured a court order restrainingthe sponsored by the Death M.M. Roland Mrs. [LOIter
Laurel, one, said Hanford.Kese Braves from signing a con.
Club women, will take place to* Grime,
The .y.ar.old son of Your Is right! town to his bi tract to play In Atlanta In IMS.
Horse-Maldof Flight winner of racing weight ol MO Bound* Meanwhile in Milwaukee, the morrow. November 12. The 9i20 Mrs. Homer Dbton.
26 stakes In compiling a bank there (Isn't an excess pound m county board voted unanimously pairings are as followstMSMrs Mrs. Michael Chance Mr.

account of $1,803,362,ran secondIn his perfectly built frame. H* to send a delegation to Washing.ton J.W. powers S.W. McCune, Mr. F.V
each of his three appearancesin stands 18.1 hands pp II Males D.C., to meet with officials Mrs. Virginia Edwards, Mrs. Adams
this IlfJ.mll. grass course But Kelso faces tar from an about the prospects of startingan Fred Hayne, Mrs. I.E. Betts.! 9:27-Mr. Ralph WarMr
event which in 13 years has easy track In opposing uw antitrust action against the S:52-.Mrs. Howard Johnson. Irving Sherwood. Mr.O.I.Ste

gained worldwide attention. Bow, the ..Y .r- &the American Brave and other National Mrs. William Henderson. Mr. vans.
Kelly as the popular horse Is speedster carrying ( silks of League clubs AI Haclwtt. Mrs Wilbur
known affectionately around the Cedney Farm of Mrs Jclui Rep Henry Reuss D-Wls., WoodilL 0-HOLE PAIRlNiI9MMr.
Mrs. Richard C. duPont's Do- T. Stanley and Harry Albert .who urged the county to Instl.
8tS9Mr Edward
Anderson .. Frank Blur
hernia Stable, was beaten three and sU handpicked foreign In tute such a suit, said the county ,
Mrs. Lewis Youker. Mrs. Mrs. J.V. Mrs. AJ
quarters of a length by Amerl. waders should sue for triple damagesand Kelley
ca's T.V. Lark In 1961, l'i Gun Bow, leading .onl"'ld81" it an Injunction because the E.V. Brumflel, Mrs. Daniel Klauder Mrs..Hedgecock.
lengths by the French representative replace Kelso as harem ol the league voted lo permit the Beggi. 9i41-Mrs. Leslie McCon
Match H In 1962 and Year, has taken on the rlutm. Brave to shift to Atlanta IniXit 9i06-Mrs. Tom Abbott Mrs. nell. Mrs. Wllfcm Koegel.
by one-half length by the United plan four times this year, They out ordered them to stay In Mil..ukee Lyndon Brown, Mrs. Alpnzo Mrs. Amid Johnson.
States' Mongo last year. have split even. for the 1963 season. Marsh. Mrs. Ira Capelle.
Each time, In the opinion of But the streaking son of Gun
trainer Carl Hanford Kelly had Shot has won eight stakes >m.
pared to Kelso's two U 114 sad
.1rls.'w
figures to be a close a*on*

choice, If not the favorite, by .
THE post time at l>49 p.m.. tsT.

Foremost among the thai,
hungers to American supremarr
BCtpkQ U
are Italy's grand.looking V.ro.nese '
and the slim berated.
year.old filly Belle Slcsmbre .

GI from Ireland's France Blscayne Russia's, \...*au Anllln lfi. MRS ptiMY; WFST *o -i ft, n loft i II the latest to acore the pr>,-(> 't
1t,00t ,1'1' i at Th. M.uri'ir: ,
Primordial and Japan' Ryu s tub M ':v Wflt ahot a hlIt--JI\, \ ?'' '
AND Forel round out the tit M'\ < nth i holt- dlll"1l\t i .
field. I" i zed Ti, i untv Mixed Tit 01'n'' ,
,I .. COUNTRY First money will be worth 190,. Touinament Hill Mel( ), \ ''n t kittling i ). ) clowns! it I.p;i
000, with 21,000 for second foi Mil I \\tnt and othn\ 11tht'\ four'ome. including C \\ 'st .n i '
CLUB {>'lr and Mrs. C. Cair.

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Much activity at Brookstda turned in a 200 game and a

F- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS bowl! where a turkey shoot Is 556. Lil Miller was high f for

In progress. Bowlers may the women as she tossed a 1M Midway 2-2107

enter any time and bowl In this genie and a 515..andSktpturry

ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERSSMITTY'S event which U a 3-6-9 and U rol'ed a 199 and 500,

Pat Eggleaton missed a tripllcateby \- Announcement 13-Help Want Female
on a handicap: basis. Turkeys
For
Rent
BIRGFM 48-Apts.
when" she roll
PAWN SHOP one pin
ton awarded winners an
will U51PORMs$3U ''
lor Chrlot
wontMl
"'" ,Vts ,. November/ 25th. ed games of 166, 186 and INS to this All .',.. it4t !mot blot ..help,.o A/' I'.t' u"lHiJdToTor ;
V MEADORS'JEWELRY 496 and Carole .. and 'tarp w. have .ddl 11 W' Ir So. el' Ant EBB TIDE APTSw..I
/ TMn r'nn h. e to core a .t. ,..
faf It/9/ R.od f."d a. sewLINN1s'1 p..Jty-5;: lutonKolly
Airi -ft,... \h" "" unm Monthly
one ;s Z. :.' Friday there will be Ellington scored a 199 tingle UNIFORM 'HOPIs .15tn .nl.fl Ml .. 4ll orll'l Roof
8': : night
.c ; ,';': ,... Wolfe tooksharpshooter ,' Hear 1" ""Y.'. ,I.m I. t al,' M
:+ ,.". / -sd+op Ml you a Scratch Sweeper (for men game. Margaret
Gilt l I.I" An',,,,,.. /11-/1 ., :: /wl ONON 175 or honors a* she tUAB Male 49-Houiet For Rent
7'.." ...,.,,,. .'" "..". tit pI1fN 1 eve so whose averages are the S-V10 whIleIwlband TOAUTY SALONlift 14-Help Wanted
tow. This will consist of six convened its tt South

Jim rolled a 309 game. C seer ol lltk Ave Am ( Noundtmint' PonIrym.n' IIAJONAL RENTALS
BARBER SHOPS DRUGS LAWN CARE games, and there will be two Sheet Ml lest .p.n.nee' Ditk.rwitk.rl, Imol.

squads 8 and 10 p.m. There Three teams won all fourpolmi. a>|i_it___ lint piy loo Choi. NostOothl IIMM dad up pm tiiten,
Q ROSSIS B arbor SJSL '" the Starchteft over the Oils \- i Ink. HH
,
All BUGGYPICTURES
? will be handicap sweeper SWAMP BECKHCALTOMI
Pork Si Mi.24445ff H rUKJIPTIO.1 a .. MARLOWE AND
\ T h... Bart." TOM The Tin LUslea over the Ramblers e SpM"npfd TM
Ma" \ I' 1I of four games for the womenat rupirlv m.,.1."."" and lndi
tiAelisSlCP. ''''<<, I', + ACCURATELY -a; I the and the Maxwells took > same time. Soleoteil photon of Swamp' Ml .' tJH.10. 5 Bpamtm.iil 1 Mil 1 1401 J JIMMewlv
.. M"" "bo' ,. huud.r5 fall "
Fro. DollvOtyDON'S ? a die for four. Model I
Prompt Stingrays
.It101.
nmlx tfirfl'ruton .,'d, Iurnhi3; ;,
() pan 8-0: f.-r' I. i 1 won't T'. won three from Falrlane. Buggy events pinrhastil WT-R tlT"* WAT111Mo"!i* 7 fcodroom. CBS Homo ," t..lNoplOt
M id 'H ... ,. ,, Townsend Produce just from ,,,,..,, ,
: af'' LIGGETT REXALL 1.L : from .m...,' H* lhir.k al h 1010 CO"'OC'" Are
I W A.:. ., give the other teams a chance T-Blrds three Corvettes "l.>mn Ho kit Id* c* *0 '...on.I n' s.'It ....'.1
IJl Huns Holt To"I. -I"qui" u Naplo Shoppin Comor: 2-2136 '" ,,, ". and the Farrart and Valiants TOM McGRATHPhotofrapher .scar for ..,...... out put ofn call M'' J tiN /liD ,SIdr.n
I in the Const ructtoneer League .fv ino" ..n'. ,. II" al ..dOrk 1.110. 14
EIre
CLEANERS INSURANCE SERVICE STATIONS as they now lead by 9 points split. ..c:.'' te' .(eel Pest 1r 7 balrioM ........ romp..ly.
Hot opining
S 0 11513rd 8t So MI S-MM tn lurni.55.d, U".IIy Im, It..
winning three Monday night lull such A MAN Wo con .. uali',
.
..5511.155151 11110 pL
JAEGER INSURANCE from ichreok Construction. The Contractors Monday 1 If1i( if'J1'"> Camn dl PatTu olfor kim. .u..n,... Ularyplut 5'.. M115115 I II, 1011M

JERRY'S BOB' S However a battw Is on for night league had four teams .taw. We' heel PM, .....,...>...,.......1 rM .nee .&::"to'on.1p Hotpilolitolloono1 plus allow 2 ....... I Iatk, unhrnuA.7
.Ills
DRY CLEANING % (\ 'VI MONev.uST pYMINr. SERVICE in the taking all four points from their /SMS Peesea I PVosram Por oppomlmont Wowrlronl furlow Av. Gold' '
f the next positions league. { eels Ml' Mil on S irt 1100' pir mend yooflooto
ONE ,
DAY MI Hlt
AUTO-NOME' O.NIaS-Hat STATION while two K.illor
/ Naples. federal U 2nd with 28 respective opponents en Sall 1111 55 Tkofwot '
SERVICE NAPLtt SHOPPING, CNTf.r Mechanic Road Sorvico others won three out of four. .e.tS .w1n eew.e.alipCfl turvoy rom.n"and ckalnSMiilor {M Pork II tauth- Mloy *
and tied for the << Ta fl44
/lf t aL .n duty Wolding win next spot tdy work on UlrCO. I. 11/11 *W It

B42 6,II A".., S.. Ml. 2-7390 "IO"'H TNA/L MII-n. 4040 North Trail Ml 2 3817 for four teams Sen reck Construction Alender and Sons won ill from 'NBTR AttTFN3BoatMotors land"l.l.nd' S.Dovolopmonl. Mr H<, ihl Corp il .Marco atIc _
Industries -
Fuller For Rent
!\ Allied paving 11. Stone Builders Mirca lolond. Plwjo NJIj : 50-Room
four I Irom Mooring Texaco 255 Anderson 0.s.M mi Jl LJi
Moose I odge and Sandard'OU, 12111)
SHOE REPAIR ..
Firestone four from Pine seem 5"d """ Ph MI2IU "
Next in Uw I Is Dewey Polly lS-Slet Help Wanted \ 11 I U
and Moon's

cAt waui s/t/c.rfion YOU CAN ADVERTISE V ViXtl ;:fifM, : ling Realty four with from ie wins Boat after Haven.win. Ridge Masonry Autocenter four from Daly Distributors. Acees.Menhe pull Ime "I ..l*.m... wM, SS-Stores Office

IN I latchr Construction s4 M.IMeesh see *Yf/M i iU
IN THIS SPACE Ii I.... Nineteen 500 series wereroil-
THE COlliER COUNTY NEWS t Wood. Uh 1ft .. r I bn l nynl. '4l 1134/ QSINpalf tor Cent
255/f Puri' tool thtr9!
a 1 .n1
purcba. Irom CALL MI 2-2107 Nool, ed In this league with Clan l* hl* Ssiulifcl II1 tfriiN '" "' "
.hN..SMd.biq J I.I.I and ttotaICr.nDada\ V Maad, fIrL"op:
H Chrysler Ji I SMJww' HelpAvtllableH >l l t/
I It lnlr*.lodIII Yager's 814 high far the night. MICA
.PIA f meat
bO WORK GIIANANTPFDHI
FOR DETAILS
Cadillac Amoco.
'It
knowing '. ,* three over ruatt
your .pO" Glen Cuasm "ads '
rolled 14h1
flit 4v S, Mil K401 a great big gameof Fred Dell had a good night as end C.5 P'1: C .,5 iitm = ,'oh xhnol |i.d.I.< would tae', 57HouseFor SaleForcod
236 (for high honor roll MI \140 ."h HOld .oke rel"obI. ."dII
game "
for 234 'nd5bM w "4 In ...rnV.. ,I. II... I'lloiinly
blasted the .
also, Llvin Townsend scored he pins s :( : AtI Iuurr, (' N.ot21lo.t eats ky Situ.S kodriMMi
and back with a 202 ITTJFitt.11' *.. ", I 1 Il I ,,0 .1 I both CS* houto OIlun.1
came ,
a 201 gene: good; for a MOo, game Ch,.. Troll I"|.,,,. T.*k III M* Ml, > IM4Tmm.

', k and Briscoe I'.rker. a 166 average good lor a 587 series. AI Sockt PJ.rl,,' 0..", Pods t Found I ;
N.' P.nl, .n", \I."".h asa I BM kam olMl
l' and !MM *
222
} tossed a
", I I j It bowler I cauwlnwlrha202- Hajek 5l akppar M.,.". ''' Phon.Mt i I Ilk Ar: to 114 tttCOLIMAN

552. Tex Mills was proud of and H. Cheffar connected for 5 Mb? I5511 5 .., o, toy Moftd. Niplot' ko BOVO. NoiHorat
200 and 214 for s 877. Fred kind Plm Millsl It MM* NS! Tontrt '' Mo' Ml" t MM
his 210 Joe Salmon of a t ,rat 55
girlie, 3-Builneii Opp Ml ? Mil "I 11Ih "I .,1NIW "

?-2: kj.vite, Jimmy Haynes a Bell also converted the 6f10 2 becl.oom I Oatl 0004
,.,."".h... hrv"" YI.LNn' Sale UI",,
to gain his high er- 73-Miic. For ..rasa. I'oc'"c' hIthN
210.() Red l Lord 206 Hub Rana split H.n
,I.., rn. <1 Lonnird Iy room,. %cr..n.d l porch Q.
:wo. and i Lyn Walker was even lea. John Csrvln tossed a 224 rl7r'III'N t.Mh Av. *o sepal l and Air, Cnn Ill too
.... I"I : : :
and park WIlson I .hAm. | fc down $505 |..r month
hragging! about his 189. A single game I 1501. sad $51I ...Ml und !....
couple of the senior bowlers rolled a 201.Disabled. 12-Help Wanted I 0"Relnenter Girl. 5.an- 115r III her Ik* VINCE CONHOYP.OYAL

showed well as Earl two
Campbell M.n. "" l fur miMi..rn I ",....d Rue Ov.l l ikop. /1t 155 Am Prkw'r
turned in a 224 game and 552 .. Vounl.i", lunch ffMH i: ref lnC.rcullr loll 11"

set v-iille Everett I"'.,, .0......."....... nil, ,bll. I kriidod rasp 110Ml
Pager was Vets II Muat M.. a.....1_. and HANSON
tossing a 216 and 599. tint ,.,.,.....** Writ ... l'1' > MM ."., I PM Mat ollriclivo I .kodroont r
AM C.M,.r County N. n 1/
C e bilk wtal.aSmlsl
Komi on
.H/4 n'5 dht'eut' MM; M e iS ovorloMMii, N.pl.t Sew For
Next Monday night promises Get Help On W.nl. exciting INhtI.5d tor W bN Mlpt.l" I Ion Iltt. / I It "it .".'M with orllhoul
he In
to an one : f O Pe. clsN.alas. ;;. .. ..
W..I TO..I Apply tHy ,"nv." i "p fin kopunhiMd
the Commercial I League as U GI Insurance t1 H.pl.i PI.< I It/111 I "air. .> Ik.hudpol a l'/u' well k*
Mnlor rer.eller; i cat I Sew ootv.il I'eotl For oppointmonl .
I I will be position night. Little ort *ont ilottnr, irnntpooor II nil Ml" > IraN ."..

change took place In the standings M.T Dime, director at the 13-Help Want. Female Napi.a' 'u"u C. 111\1 ItT"1 out to Royal ".,110' olfico lo
;ir"r.; l.-m;. *.Y ll/l tl
.ti'it' I
alter Monday's play as Florida Dopartmeot of Veterans _L"'UN' Mk"'U I' lll'tHAIUNN IN11
the Affairs said Joday thai PresU ....",....... ahOp '" esn,i.5apIy nw .5e. M"" lINO MOMS, Iw tTONgAIK
rv teams were
+ top splitting Ceilsef Coun' News' ... wr 15R .aewa
two and two and remained In dent Lyndon B. Johnson lisa A ., 10/" 11 36-Penonal 1505. ,,,,,. NAPLC,n ear?

their signed. Into law an act of Con.reea Caiy (of "y'..""rouni:; ;;mpitvnwil lens C./5t.'n % VIUTMft
same spots. Wimp's are 111.,M* with food tormtDOWN
disabled velerana it Pr.lhoi* Or. Cl.inrnsD ALCOHOLIC ANOWTM9U
out In I front by one, Luffsi'MC ( allowing .r< Mu.l 5. geble l .' nut Mn or wom.n ..5 eriMlosprokiim. PAYMeNT" PNOBKM ,....
h. butii .n"
Insurance w ig
National Service Life .
to ,
buy
Pt..ppl cell
Nn4 ifonini Att to hoip ky ,,
are next, followed by and the new law ors in- pvrMX frtinori tiundyU ,nil Ml" I till ".." ." .or*i Illywiwawod ardnnr 01 .LInIa; any Panln/;: ; .ruu'mNunIY .,,

t rerun's two back and then to: effect on May I. l,ei. ItW. MlKinst in fi'tleipotl d. inaard IM ..1 of ,uU' '..whtlM.
C..tirtl A."" 011 *lhkl .
Anchor Lounge. Paul Crlckenber Dawn aaya the law provides .Wn ..",... Apply D" a ol /IS A.o Ire", ruse 'NI' W/IIIAM 'HINt' ,'"I
high wtth a594 i 'afy P>ui 5 'II.!"-'- "" .. ,. ant .r t ,7 PP M ,
n ):er was man an cfiportunlty lu buy a new form i :;:: Pha4oiipriy: eu'ld.a1A
in r lk *t No Ml / MH
with a 210 game and Carroll of National Service LU Insurance ..41r5sera. Aloo .ipokl. 36-Wanted To Buy 'MAlL
IUAII
Arnold trying hard for his second and the opportunity for N ...-.... pheee aM eerr I tlo'y C*( l.rn homo NIC
in It roeopuomtt Writ B*>
*
600 had his effort ruin present policy holders of Na. I// All Collior County M' tfoorMory I.u.it wetted hodroom ooorlm.nl ',isle Alllurnlihod
Ov.r to* PJvl Pair
WAS GOOD nvo'r'w\ 'f' our > "l"' f .d ed by a couple of splits and bald Service Life Insurance tocfllUII lit .. Geed yase .pCaup.. .*>- aiihlmo.. !sass* mohy ikruk. n*.. lwfiPrno
HARVEST Jan.U lypiti okOi'ln.no' roqu.rod oft,as "" .._.".. Co I! 1 rtI PI kN M M* doon Own
0d. C ,ty Nrb D'I.'U' if a II n' ".qr ," ,, ... for had! to settle for a 592. Arvll to a new | .n.....",.. ........n.. "" ., ar M* ,Illll Avl North Ml.
.t the t\tt o< an elevate r at scored 202 and M4 you were eligible to buy National nr.l.rrod ".....".", '"II"m. > 1144 or I >I4* *...... 'n
., Holland
., vt lut,. t a | 431
Corn
NloIo feed n I _fit of the iUrahun II' n/ }p"d" a I. I d.y week Phn.5r mlor
haulage a Era Service Life Insurance af.ter Autos For Sale 1nisiT61T1
bm:!!.!
WImp Johnson made 6ftwith UrIt rni'h laws In* IM .
'- 7 MO and before
Odder .
ft n/it M ,
..
200 and missed a In I(to Pal Would' tontid.onlm
out a game January 1. 1.11'1. and U your area TOP QMAOI U.iO CA.*S to ,.".../.. '....... MlW ,

triplicate by 1pi"", when he I service cunnected disabled vs. ifif\

TOLI.IER: COUNTY Four .kdr. .*m,. 1.. oolh Clhouto
scored two 189 and a untnsurable runic NOTICE
have
and
games eras no ,
Increased MOTORS fw S.I.y oonor lot
Expect Spending LAO Ed Harroun was rolling service connected disabilities,or ... Mill toooiod Ml Sal M toIIN
NOTirt OF INTINTION lot! .11.ate ..w 1I; 3t.. | I Lou* Sewn, k.lin.
well his first and came if you .have a non service: cuts.Iecled : .At.Or
game 5piss$1SP PIcT11lOUs 1 M Cnry.l.rt and PI nNullIt 'tn ylirt till Ml" I *\11'tIJJ
In with a 226 and 666, and Buck disability which I* unlnaurafete Ik* und. l>*nd a.55.55Cleeert r: L.milooMMly All L MYI: I\
commercial com. I, th.l w.r : go For to fc 5.. SeNed, t het h Don Oi_
Perry managed a 20fi\ game. by p.rk .1 OoodKnd C.'"*, Counlyr foe of kH. I.|*r ..,......" Wee/ >.,. / ? Ar C.nd.liOrt.r', ondOtfth
Ivan Hamilton rolled a 201 sage peiiiea al the higher rile, and lurid undor in. luliliout: nma olD Ckr/flor! PImoult.. II/. W wothor Fu.'ni.hd or wnlumukod
To Boost do have W life rJANCMOPI: THAIilPI PANHnd ) < A I |ll III 14th Av*
Economy nut government Isle nil
Borrowing game Dewey Wright a 203 you Ikil **>d h'M I* _...... .. s501H,50 S'U":1..J": : ... t i liort I JiZUf

and 5M.. Gene Tinman a 661 laauranee, or have lea than ',. MS..M, p..tea wa..e II.MN M II/I I :I/ TRAMipOl ,. ,. 'fAU brpIrsaI'
/N
110,000 ell such Insurance ind p11N MNdeNs or* 0* :
yon
'iVi.a .555 reed INMgih lull
.
.series KM MoConkey 541, Joe ,....
would be UftMe to apply May I, 0 MIMNCOrMWl.nd lion UN 1 ** "..". Ms" 2545?
WIlllAM
... of this yare"Gover
tl
will be stimulated by substan. than In spitiig Ev Baldwin lAKtt ryrmthod' er
By SAM DAWSON Salmon 213-M8. IMS! Axon further staled that ( *wale II I/I* /1M11
tlal consumer demand during ,II meiit figures for Sep. 101* V KINHIOViaodlnd O -'- ( unfornithod lmm.4i.lo otiupon
213-643 Iu77 or '.1. IHJIIM
News Analyst Rex
AP Bustneaa and also timber show that t"chlll" 202-644 Polly persoM on active day wild the ,,. *.AAw ....Ik Ml, 21'M :, Noil Ooll Court
Christmas
I NEW YORK (AP) Ameri. the season Jim Haynes 20042.1 and Ross Armed Forces, and certain: 0._.*..,. 0* DROP ANCMOMTMAIIfN IT7it i___
and In the spring of next year when from Raving to siiendlnt, said PASS it M ...-.
cane are Mt to spend more am... 4 MARLOWE AND BECK
Phillip game. phlllfiplae veterans are n> ellfUble
borrow more the rut of this fiscal policy will provide a borrowli 18 already under :to'1: '"" .V55DY'IOr sewN I: 41-ruch: Tractor OfALTON

U present 'Ip. are born much smelter new stimulus way. '> our intarrtMko '* spay '. IM 41* Fifth. Are Re.
year. -. Instalment tabt! rUM |!51Smtllloii PINE LANES The veteran can get National Cir* ol Ik. Ciroyrl Court m see lorCollio (;M,' TRUCKS MI" tint. t ..*.. i .aiFront
out. And the boost this will give r- Servtee Ufe Insurance on a per Cowdr Flcrrdi, to roi*>lrMM
nearly $!7.5 billion. Bled HopI was high man .
the Is expected to to M d nimo .. OMQP ANCHORTAaJP Gel IM ...t Ir"ak1 lsr rwrMaley ;
economy Other (f"l,RIll of redlt brought In the His n' Hers Sunday night ma'ent aon artlclpatlnc plan up ) PARS undor too sroviion leeLUrr Mom with poollondtcptn lesN5
carry over at least Uit. next George Pittman 110,000 tAchI ,
the total l of rnnsumer credit to Mixed! League when he came Ala of IMIWITNIM our INC OMPJIMTO ISASOENAN

spring. I7J.B billion. through with a nice lei series.Has life Usurance you now have. mj kind on* tool Ihit 4)1 555 SI Monk Cond,."....... Ct I BodrooolI
ConevsMrs currently... Receives Funeral IMU
Disown suggests that on matter |Nn tae, Carport Flondo NoomAkooltrloly .
months e.W .wee
IllIAM'O55r T.Mper.ry
to th. three summer ,
NfNNlOV ,ww..ld. Tknllyour
both the amount _
tucreaeiflc haler than
I and hid
personal ronsumptton ependbic' May 1'01. (.Off HlNNJOrCONDON wee IIIIO.
bpent and the percentage oftheir Director License May I W9, the dale spednedIn a MlOAMlSLAMorn.yt 42-Mathinery Equip.
,
hit an Annual rate of $*-5 Ml. Hill .1 te. CAFl'"IAh) FJKAktyFJIAkTOM

income parted with. The lion. Personal .."Inc. droppedto $1,000 the law should be the dale |u,,il *ll NA SudUa.u.1N Cwt Wr..N nee ..

slowly rtslnf coat of Urine a.. after-lax In. kept ta mind by all veterana In. "otrido MOOT .., .MgraN.e P 0 *.. Its
7.4 i I..r cent of But SheriffVon't Nl nt NM 4, II, II INHIM ,. I Ik5i.ro H1/151 C, N
aunt for of this out. ewmpo Hi Fl
only lacur.awe.
part t crested In this .sew type *
.
,.. Ml/ilea
"ume, >ner rising to a higher. ** /... ...... d'54a
lay. And little Mar of sharp 'HICOLLi. ... ,.110' a 1 ."...i, than wcrf 8.2 .per rent In"the Let Him Spend It ," T
inrreeees in prices in the future tll\\U"te\. p.p. o": !..*<. tan /51' "I".: Haste plan MOOTHO t B N r*|
is \prll.J'JUB' quarter. ., 'LO"'OA, .. ..* pu"p *M O pew I room sad kolh roMolin
reported. Retail tales figures show a $.4 ROCKTORD 01 CAP) "O'A"t en tr/.o. INS rkov troetor.nd my HIM Tormo |l 10*
credit U SAP o. Mil Ml.loot, HOOI Ir.rlor ,dn.n |ll. IM Yet /Hit:
consumer .
he selling
In MrtOB "
September For
per rent riM in the average for Jamea Safe Hank Insured : ., Wii10N t f.M Ik II rl ..ntulolod 1511Ou51Aa.5' H

al*> roe blrh M.rply, *. Au(itft AJ-i, 1 Sfr4em>ier from te Ms car ....... .he ... not 0........ I"r...,: Kin Woifnor. .!vet C_,.'"?.
.
much of the Inc r...i-.e.: ',,,n witOj 54,5.001
Milt m.nt veer
put on the cuff. January ni 111I" gales were He hap a $1,000 MB, but the .....D' MAINE1, 'A'D 575 OK UM nM 011811 '.H.f' mtUimtt GlleCMSN
tinif 'vainest .. wilt let Mm Friday 13th idea 54 r 5er.5, 11/10, M44Mobile .
At the Mine retorted i I. ,Jurable ood sheriff Rot tau :: : Co* sjooMor
el/ee, r..ude1 pr.M NpIs 51.455..5., Ml I tin
wi raUlnc Inventor ,ie- a'1 i this, It.a..II do whenpereoBal break M. ........ siesta or
stores, u. t \ NOVATO, Calif. (AP) A ., Sad pes Home

too, U aNa of toet'lnr on fu.ture '111'> amid are rtslflfMronfly. Barton, tS, wee line o M .Jots, little thing like rrtdey till I ltd ..MNea N MAMY M5 eIISON se.-M 00 ...:. Si-Loti For Sale

prosperity. *rfln 'urer found till MM M a Hertford I..', ...ff.r.. with Dank of OVtll S/ fd County to Ifco fou"iy7uds IM5 see, r...., f. aa'.
slip of -onrWitv e is the latest street rrMysfM.It T 'oM.or .. ..,.....d a ...... LN.I.e ..
Marta plane to open a new .1 ft OtfHO ,a = ..."? N.,_, IM.. ,...1.. P.5Mlti" ..-..... Ml *id.. loko
report OB bMlttee* plans to ralMspeodtac a .*. liNt tytaf mere ua branch at Novalo nnf with the ..4 911 Ol 114 N.Ho. ,,,. .tlt 1'1" J.... \ '" 551pm....

for new Plna and MixedAt life." he reported ''I felt ...k.n ... io oodr KMMIWiT.m SuIt Lu S. ... M..I, W...,.
Get; Flags\ liuuraeee beat Ufteer are ,.. i,.. o* KM lirti P..ki.>. 4 S Trailer For RentTrilort Sroir 411' Hh M M._ N.plo*
qutpfBes. Must rial leaders AAP better after 1 leased tt lit. pe kl.,. I- 0< ln no4>40 T.0 coplt ::* *

art aounttnt Ml .x.....n.Jlnr mar + Horse Show Shertft's oMIeer told ftertcsihe lost to Make 111 winds ..n, ,.. m or dOOTOOd MN k. |itnt .*r Mrs ftn* 'oaidmi
ease no .
._ I.
.M M *H OlOlO I* 5'' .f' ,.1,' kyndms MMm, klook
..... *".iM he" to atfvertlaethiee art blowing frMay, the dRS.rsami.Mwed : .ep.1 Bowe .adlp.M.45N. .NLN II* .,.. .*.*.. II .... hem 0.55 Mifh, WovolUM veal

Pollsters IIhrl.lnr o ..4ulI'r MOKTCX'MEHY.' Ala (AF) ....e, wad a year sad tbey'U.aue, fertlfled 04 Ik. <...*... OM ".N ko .-...'" LMmb C...k T.p,'. ...>t I..., ind ON loMMnMni* paid'firio
.
ool ..*.. ol see Ro.nor. Tko
10 IOio Noll
intesajoWks cite a stt-niivani i ise "uti, I net, <, I.was la tfe* lad the Mil v wM t Me.. U aofeody ky /w .JoVt
with a berseslMie. raUjlt's ton, ...-.. .. .ky *i> e 46 Trailer Paris Space .., IIItiSAv. .. MI51171.
,opUaMatn, during tic, summer ,,f (r 8r1I&1rr' seeeas In claimed M f'.;("5esf clever and a Japanese .ens' ond) MMh tl.'-> n.. .. II/H XS9
:... sear ..o/ ko /**
niortlu. The I roe) !< t tMa, ,I""usealre abed sun> 4'' .1.> titfftftt at '..'U e(/e t* .heady In my 1'ludl' cal. ANNA*i o* MAC Mor401. .. Cr T. ""'

In personal 1 UK onie tuUIs, the ".". Charity Notes old ate" saM Varies. *a..y. At ...:.t'.T. IM IYM.n t .i 2'>! :._oMo.. P1.OTP.teen.,tky....,*,Hk..l A4 r -Acreage)

:ito lanr dollar ou Uv> in the Show. Toed4iPart tool MAP. >y MtlLtONIt vile T.r- M>M '1 ."". off a!",

'"nth* ahead, f c If-ivnrot! ) .. 0' if.* paeeentry d the rutuc NOTiCE Me1tM ':1.d '.1.10 MI tin ronl ti toll 14 sc'",,
f. 'l,. 01.. I rTMA.Nr.e Ass S .... ....... 55 14 ee ,.d.ol lor t'.il.r, Hovo t* ft of
, "I glchlgae's" inMituu,
. hcs.ach Mike tfx marsh ii varlovs f'iverninenis whlrhhave '.. .',,>'r-f T /riCTlTlOU iNTfHTIOM NAMlitrnflltt TfcH. .II..eeye or M5v, w._ 0....." 41-Apt. For tent ..II Phon.' Ml, j fMI .oi, |1 ltl

.. roM/at i u ,-.a'rn er *..nti-
J row* batveeJi June i"..1 ,*i(*mI j.e'eee4"'e': htr'ortdaFlM'-, to be pertded sub the self*. YOkI& _.T. (Af') A .::N.M5seusulirea5a.: 5Mte. ::0 .:' '1 .. : -I.t' : ,. *a*por ooekor month wde Maw No -=-o:;

-*r AW more t t.i artual In. en :.1r1Cor'! Ionlle etas'in lam :xgylg/gInth.Ms: : -4 ts)(- .Eli'' ........ 9uen1 .15 eoh/r4 aSilr. .u.w.... '..A"-..- ft... .N. d 55'i-.ANN l :r.'f 'rt... s rW .'44 "r tee IlL. _. .---1'. ..l* City Y Op*"**"Y Soodiy/'.cor tfImoll !-

r*.*M to .....III MeoeM ef Mesh tee leek We fNN /1nrskerain ..ls bans twaitay tt abHOO ... '9',' ... ftftHtl .I ...* -- -- -- Irotl* ky e lo*

many amort "mi rather than to Jaekionvl kh.. weduro.. "Tb liar.ipea. wrist Uavv. W S'., ft r -- ABLE tllOREf APT9.I M Co* Mr .'=. Mid2 -
ear r-m..o.
!*>, I* UtoJtooM fomI jradua'e of NSPkn (led Benner," U Old Olorr .M .rCC. fay* T. Adnerlbe.estate 5 MNKSy *? '?* I n/u uTrorl
fate He U Teller HsJ Rosen. II, slid -04" to Ia. da IIwf II ASS A.a ;'
.
!! ,_
< todcnl tax ,'lit tu sur ,"\ of( ISA and carried "A'' the dray try joe .-,5. til etrxv >. < I ,
High .ct.-I.] c IU the mn >....<*< kiss a note 'M..Hard I Y'a.A5 a o4 fft p< Seer oem oolrvo oroo rood.vith .

*' .JWS nu., onewn.rsraii 11. Colge Jl KfcmurySeieiM. horsessa swell bills and ... ...- 5 II,... I t" 1M.. HlolllroO 1411 IMOTV I....M. t4 ...*..,
Gupton Thee naturally cats .... 4 UN* I*. $'5N dn S1I. porHikJy
I. lllty
small
'ntslrn .N
Uu CHI
_ m N a too :
p*Wiik. T..... warning, "TWre If a DMA behind .. with -z--
.'tIt.. uvthut .' ... c..... f.... .N a oportrHNit far M
urt u/roeeisoj
r t weeUy balsas to make mui He *'!rtsdy t"'lcta 5 me if yoaj ..X"handed .. r_. ,....-. '" ,.yw. ,I Hopto Pork. Ml iM KI ...
"; "!. (1963)). entered Ito ru', r with, see 04OetserlBf .. sd M ....., .new. Fled N. IC_ OHrni
r fxin that lin 'M I 1t11'L.
tpen ( EmtJlllIIiI" IIIaMe.HI ..,... ... .. ... aM few cBstwA A >!.- fcjrnioMd on?>* a
Earlier .. ... sad Hortda bravely lit die fereeae.OMortvnaieir 1e.yleM M CMNn 1110I P>: Pliot Oood : ..
debt ...,.. ... baai.d 1M ..... bid A FI ride M? 'A 155, ** -
1 itXi IPc mace have own to astocttecd with .... he va carry his a of bUI. j, ... ...... ... .." '" .' ''':r.lMI: ?.ll.|! 11 II IIi ROBERT H. JAEGER
pOt
.. coneurner' a renter fattier. RidII rd '. .i1ar.. at .tug the Brush t'tI'l'J\ IIPielrr5;/ a 5,5550 4 P |i e/.nu srfc.ii'iMiii: il*it.l.OT r(ooo ll M.. I'. h.NN"Iass.* *).t Brooorl I.Haf

.uw*. thu fall to i(.?fvil. The ...m Hliar1 ; tr "* f ur e.ebdy hrl awsp5dd Iactley n? I as > ''II '. 44* ev Ml Kill ._ e
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