The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NEW DELHI India (AP) -
India's critical food shortage TAMPA (AP-An Air Force found In the Gulf of Mexico 85 the area several times without

appear to be easing slightly, captain, whose Jot plane crashed miles southwest of Fort Myera sighting the man In the water.
Government spokesmen said at sea was pitied up by a CoastGuard were running two to three feel. Shook'S F104 Starftghtet
6,000 tons of rice had reached cutter today after0 The water temperature was flamed out on a training flight

Kerala State and stocks la government hours in the water. between 73 and 80 degrees but at 10(30 a j. Tuesday and he '
grain stores had In. : r- f The coast Guard called the "he would have gttten pretty parachuted Into the sea

creased to 18,000 tons.They saida rescue of Capt. Paul Shook 36, chilled being out here that Shot la attached to the 319th

bumper winter rice crop U In pitch black darkness "a mlr. lung," a forecaster said. Fighter Interceptor Squadron at

expected. __ atle""That A Coast Guard spokesman! Homestead.
S h t p the Artsdne) said search planes rrl.-er<*1OII Shook was returning to Home

,mild have run right over him lead Air Force Base south of
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanunla =t U. the dark," a radioman re. Miami with another F104 follow.

(AP) A UJS. Embassy Milt ported, "lie was Just a tiny dot GOP Will Ask Ing a training mission over the
spokesman has labeled as"clumsy in the sea. It's a miracle they Gulf when he abandoned his plane
WINNERS in the "Good Citizenship poster tcmtrjt ':inducted by student
forgeries" three docu. found all.I'
him at
and It in flames
reported was
menu that a government paper In K. C. Pittman's seventh grade at the Junior High S'hool, are 1 I. to r. Jimmy Shot, father of four from 'Little Man' For

said were proof that foreign Morgan, Nancy Opolka, Jimmy Decker and Chris Macaulov All four know Merriam, Kan was in shot*

powers Intend to attack Tanta.nla. that you have to "hit the books" to be a good citucn, Tht contest originatedwith when he was hoisted aboard the Financial Aid ArraignmentOf

a study unit on good school citizenship and culminated during American cutter. He had a bad cut on

The denied that Education NEWS ) one wrist
spokesman Week. ( photo WASHINGTON (CU) Re.
the United States was involvedin The Weather Bureau said seas publican treasurer William Mid. Scott
a plot to use white martens in the area where Shot was
dendurf W says the GOP wlU
rise to attack the East African Not Definite
turn once again to the man
nation Bonn Eases Up answered the party's call for

LBJ's Margin 42,599 In financial help the little con. Assistant State's Attorney

UNITED NATIONS NY. Pressure For trlbutor George Vega Jr., advised this

(AP) The special U.N. committee tt was, and will be, a measure. morning that a circuit Judge|
on colonialism has ap. 1k born of necessity, he laid in aa will be tt the courthouse tomorrow

proved a subcommittee. report Florida Canvass Shows Nuclear FleetBONN Interview Wednesday and It Is possible that

calling for the United States to "Historically, we've been the Mrs Helen Aldacosta Scott will

move urgently toward Indepand. Germany (AP) party of the rich guy," Mldilen. be tlken bdo,.him for arraign-

ante for Guam. The vote was 7. TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Presl. Sixth-Rep. Paul Rogers, D. West Germany ls easing Its dorf said. "This time he went ment.

6 with 10 abstentions. dent Johnson carried Florida by West Palm Beach, 168,573; JohnD. pressure for prompt creation of r had over to to go the to lither the broad side middle.So we Vega; laid, however he had
nuclear fleet
of votes In last Steele R Kallandale, 86,657. the multinational been Informed
a margin 41,999 for v Income Held, and we went after that Mrs Scot
GENEVA (AP) For the week's general election, official Eleventh-Rep. Ed Ouruey, R, France reportedly giving In It exchange more time to r t It hammer and long" had employed a Tampa attorney

first time a Communist ,overDoment vote figures reported' to the sea Winter Park 91,731; Thomas.. cut Its grain prices to a Euro. On the financial front, Mlded.ndorl to defend her against chargesof
relay of Itat. office showed Kenney, D, Cocoa Beach, 59,716.Twelfth.Rep
Is Western
allowing and
orga. William Cram.r.R.St. pean Common Market level and other GOP officials manslaughter It 1s possible
nUations into the country to today. make of aha ask (for
the fart that
no secret a
helD people wishing to go to the All 67 counties filed their of. Petersburg, 94,9 MI; F, Ma. Chancellor Ludwig Erhard many traditionally Republican of may poat-
West.A nodal canvasses of votes with rlon Harrelson, D, St. Peters and members of his Christian arrilgninent.
Secretary U State Tom Adamsfor burg 64368. Democratic party In the Bun. purses snapped shut following A car driven by Mrs Scott
council mooting of the In. r the nomination dep.. Barry
consideration by the State destag announced after a party at nICk am) killed an elderly
tergovernmental Committee tor AMENDMENTSHere Guldwater for president although .
Canvassing Board. caucus Wednesday that becauseof couple shelling on the beach
European Migration was told The official totals made no are the vote totals on the "pending negotiations" on the i 7 there Mill, were same Vanderbilt lest Sunday noon. j
that the Yugoslavgovernment .
Wednesday otUrli
la allowing vol..... chunks from the electionout. proposed constitutional amend UA-proposed neet,+ ; >"
comes previously reported. meats on the ballot cause for the German side to
Western to
tary organisations Johnson carried Florida by I. Apportionment of Legists pressure for the creation of the
Inside Its territory to
operate "',540 votes to 905,941 for Re. ture. For 345,637 against 643.. nuclear force."
help thousands of Yugoslavs tomigrate School 1
publican presidential candidate 842.X.. The United Bates had hoped rI' Naples High

Most are going to Australia to Barry Goldwater. It was the first Establish board of regents. to conclude a draft agreementby I

join relatives usually sons who time since 194S thai Florida went For 508,225, agalnst$71,280. the end of the year with West
Democratic In the 3. Extend school bond
presidential county Britain and several
fled Yugoslavia several
years voting. program. For 509,200, against, other members of the North Honors Sam England
ago Official votes also showed that 372,936. Atlantic Treaty Organisation to
( NFt\ 1 I'rleph"hio" !
I", Spessard Holland defeated Authorize spending principal assemble the fleet of Polaris -

KUALA LUMPUR, MalaysiaAP GOP challenger Claude Kirk of state school fund.For 304,382, equipped surface vessels POISON S(' r.TTt.n Former
997,565 to 562tlS. wile of hand hater Paul Sam England a staff member
( ) The United Sates took against 547,231. manned by crews of mixed na. /
Its first, tentative step today Democratic nominee Haydon 5. Appointive school superln.tendents tlonallty, Whltenun Mu Vamla/ HodUng of The Collier County News tor
toward helping Malaysia fight Bums of Jacksonville won the In Escambla Lake, Britain's new tabor govern 'r, ippean-d 'tutors( the the put tour years, has been see

off an Indonesian military governorship 933,556 to 686,337 Martin, Okeechobee Palm ment la now working on new grind ,Jury In San Francisco lerted as the tau Naples tllMII"
threat as a U.s. defense team lor GOP nominee Charles Holley Beach Putnam and Seminole proposals on NATO nuclear de. tll testify about what police School "Cltlsen pf the Year

opened talks on possible arms of St. Petersburg.CONGRESS. counties For 507,445, against, tense that Prime Minister liar. called a plot to poison her Each Senior year the fatally of Na.
pies School selwlsa
aid to this country.The 103,l 9. old Wilson may carry with him Her nephew William Tootea High :
member of the
elght.man team, which 7. Emergency succession: of when he visits Washington DM. Jr It the objci t of a nationwide honored for his community to be
contributions to
arrived Wednesday, held its In congressional races, the r.. state officials. For 602.980 ". search the success of the school's
first meeting with Malaysian suits by districts against lae,ua.S. pro. d
defense officials to determine cond-Rep. Charles Bennett, Duties of agriculture com grams.
where and how American as. D. Jacksonville, 99,191 William mlssloner For 926,075, against "willing and Cordial w>ira.

slstance might fit Into a largely Stocktonjt, Jacksonville, 17,283. 172,580. Clearing HouseIn For New Ideas lion lied has lam tonslstently England'a approach character Id p r;

Brltlsh-orlented armed forces Thlrd-Rep. Claude Pepper, U, 9, Dade civil Jury trials. For the many school: functleM requlr.

program.The Miami, 101,161; Paul O'Neill R, 527,695 against 252,462. lag the
sessions, expected to last Miami, 51,758. 10. Increase Judicial circuits coverage,
citation the
presented by acuity.
two weeks, were behind closed FourthRepDante FascellD, For 497,282, against 303,772.
England U a tormer teacher: and
doors, and no details were like Miami, ",'128; Jac McQon, R, II. Authorized packaged eon. Criminal Just ice Set Up coach: at Franklin I'ull. DI., a TA
(ly to be known Immediately. Miami, 53,468.Seeks stltullonsl revision.For 401,168, suburb of Chicago (
Malaysia U known, however 410,580.
against This U the third annual .'CIt.
to have a shopping list that Includes 12. Extend gasoline tai ear.
WASHINGTON: (AP) The In a drab, 'ranll'ld cubicle on lien of the Year" honor to be
planes and training tor marking. For 260,932, against, little st-mls. In fourth "t the .
To Porce guy who Ignorantawe the non depart bestowed on a NsiJea. cm......
men to fly them.PRAGUE 644,881. of the massive process of went whose bred boon.) role has Last year the award went to r.

13. Sarasota horaestsad ei.emptlon criminal law now has a lobbyist been to prosecute the Dwpart.. C. McIntosh and In I De I to L.&.
Special SessionOf For 458,068, against la Washington.For mint of Justice. 'PItt" Orkk lAW ENGLAND

Ctechoslovakia 371.381. the preset. ae Is located For the present, the Itttle Edmund lave. guidance couo.
(AP) The National Assembly LegislatureMIAMI fU,', chief loM>xit Prof.' seer, said "Am England has "JQ/fTII .I.I.4EIr 1".I

today reflected Communist James Vorenbtrc spende two been one of my best friends.
party chief Antonia Novotonypresident days a week on his Waskisftwi Time sad again I have called It's A Woman's
of Czechoslovakia. (AP) Attorney Rich.
Job, the rest of his schedule tak. Sam tor last minute help and ke
Some Western observers la ard Swam petitioned a three.
en up with tee' Inc, crlMlnel
las failed
to out
help us
federal court today for an World For
Vienna interpreted the re-elec. Judge taw at Harvard. One
frequently doing so a! no |im|
Don of Novotny as t show at emergency order to the Florida But Iff a eUrt. That was Inconvenience to himself"
independence from Moscow because Legislature to go Into special
what former Atty. Gen. RobertF.
Wallace Woodruff
it did not follow the cur. session for the purpose of reap Kennedy had In mind, )Just about ,Sam's principal work,laeommentbuj Night, Anyway

rent Soviet pattern 01 seps portiaomeni before he left office two month baa
& has the
rating the top party and govern Bwana, calling attention to the ago, whea he established an Of. la fit r.)1; events Into ability their "Morn" U finally going to
"sound and conclusive" defeat
ment p stiFAIRKSOICH lice ol Criminal Justice within the break sU
proi/ei perspective so thai all jet
ol the 43-senator ULrepresen.
the Justice Department students and atari members re. when !the men of It. AraVaHome
tame plan by Florida voters on
Nov. > asked the court tor a E: T- Kennedy put sirctnrtly, tow awe punk recognition tor not. and School Association
euUkkeerkH.B asaeotbly of crisainsl. I law. able ....IeY.........." cook sod serve a dilclien din.ter *
I ,.r. last Aug. 10 when .be a*. BUI CuMlngnim,
this U denied the Miami with "all the trlmmlnV
attorney who tough the state'sreapporltonment nouce4 the iM altoi. The and Cnglua teacher added this for their wive..
office: be said, would (Mere comment ".. tavterstawla
cue through 'that a The men Will do all the work.
the partaMi
over school's Med for commiinleallo
the V. 0. Supreme Court cu ge from the the
marketing to clean
t'e which I
preen ls more than a was the >ommw ay. It has done
} back to the higher court sad sees t and the ladies will do
4 relief. department of prosecution adU an nutst.ndinf Job fqr all el us, up nothing'
tY The voters'tonclutrrely. dim, U fact, the DspertsjteM ol and fin l proud to call him a but eroy theitiselvea. ,
Justice" friend. I J-E.. rredrtdtaori ....1.
onstrated" el the polls, tana might art he's also a P
sale, "that key win be Assails.fled The office U still an eejbryo.Vader friendly but formidable opponent dent, announced today tha a
a .... the fill '* Jut" cfilciuMi
was any apportionment for the direction of Y" on course "tadtei Night
mina which U aot fair a4 ecjiit. berg It is still setting dens/ tHe This Friday evening at the Na. dinner wi:, be held at St. Ann's

a able sad 1. accordance nil the omentoui awstlona M emit pies, senor Mgk homtcomlogMUMII School on ,a'urday. November

ruli | slits V.&Supreme Court ask sad aaswer I* Its cra.e4e tosssure game, England will t* 31, from 5t I in to 8,30 pjn

that the Legislature must be apportioned every Asierlcae bia Ml honored during press* cere.OMHtes. Tickets ire on sale at Roatl'a
{ Measure of equal justice under To him will also go thepleasaM
oe a population bu W. Barber St f", both downtown
tke taw.Was duly of
Florida he said '" crowning this
faced with r and Naples Chopping
the JUry fairly) sad legal. year's lameooming q.eo,
a serious, Important and fund
ly ehoeea7 Was the defeedeMro0vlete4 -Tke evening( will U full of
1 eatal eoutMutloaal
problem la ft* and turprl....
that H may set have enter : on Page I tetote M Everybody
en* clrteautaacee a legally area. went to trUlT Was tt r1tN to tasi .It Invited, and men who are

u LaglaUrere tor the inert eon.stttuted his tolepnooe7 Was be lIeN by K7 Per Cent Of not nwnten "fM.Anr'aHome:
regular session" polite too long wttkout a lawyer and SdaooJ MsocUtlon wit not
Hawaii will, am loo long before arraign Wa hinjcton D.C. have to Co* hut they rnujt

hear tar representation in mad? Was h* properly treated malor rids one occasion

the new ( ongress Democratic Attributes Age To CHRISTINE ROBERTS (s aUdi is a 'r partiripant while author me* were deter.Ulag I'upils! Negroes agree day !"I', watt on their

voters elected: Mrs Patsy in the Distribut Education pl. at the his mental cosatetewyfVorenberg N., ady U allowed
i Takerooto slink to the House Careful Eating Naples Senioi High' i s<.hool and ta grit .; .th.*.jobtraining sad his kendM ellawyers WUIIDtQTOJlAP- wlvea. ttili and U ahe to
of Representative* a* Ox at th Outboard Marina 67 "lh au. kd tress ...... pupils ,m acw M4. for II,' per do a >v does,
t first woman of Oriental ancestry WETMOUTH, Mass (if) 't< the department, snow Ue aa. C M. >"I 'be enrollment u Ola. she it au'<<"'i'4'lcally dlaxxtall*
ever to sit in Congress Miss Sarah AM Page observed Avenue South under the lu *n won ?t a Hilda. wera will oe a long Use IsComing tried "t' ,lumUa putUc sck Js.Kt4 fled from Binning one of the

She is well known for her CStfe MrtMay ejuletly today, Oechiusso. offlt't manager Oirutuiariiin I Tbtrtl 'GIN.a, alter r'eee, figures released -
her work in the legislature attajbutiaff< hey longevity .. ... general office routine and has an amt.'. tI, conttaue **.9 reeeer it, etteoMve eweul.Uttos WotM ia, a ae Increase el son

'rnen the Mate was itfllirrritnn I Ug carefully ad gwmaf a lot el in office work after high I'h'H.1
s1.e0. ( photo local otfkuu rear j r..llr1lltfS' ,..,...

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS,, Ntplx, R., "' ......y. Novwnkw II, in I Ir I with Brace's folk the Richard '
fort Of A Series
AxktUona. They an en ,
j j tf it( yl") t .
route to their new
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Mt.rlx :aasaar.zflMta rara v I i
at Fort Meade, Md.

S& OPEN HOUSE The Need Behind

/ V .ARCCNEWS"- qw- Tommte BarfieldElementary

School held openhouae on Tuesday 7

I JOHNSON November 10, to celebrate
United FundHow
...' National Education Week. The Our
Community Parent Teacher
Guests u Motel Marco enjoyed from WM and Mildred FemeIn
a Mod Week of fishing. California They.. delay Group had a abort meeting before much do you know about the activities of the va.
the open house and every- rims associated with the Greater
rweather has been Ideal their agendas Naples United
leg trip to Maroo until
for the bg| reds that are com Lou and one enjoyed the singing by the Fund which opens Its drive In mld-Novomber. This is
in. Trout Betty Tar- children under the guidance of one of a series of articles dealing with these agencies
ing mackerel and
are in Miami to Joy Mrs. Dell Settles which servo Naples and Collier County. The articles
snapper have also been plenti a little city living before Lou Fund
The Marco Island Baptist are provided by the United organlcation.
ful. The Jack Complom fam- has to come back for the fleh- Mission
completed a week ol
ily ol Tampa Mr. and Mrs. log season
J.H. Davis and their family revival services on Sunday. Naples Girl Scouts
November 8. Rev. Wally Metis
and the Fred ToM family of AMAZING PROGRESS -
of Fort Myers was the
Evangelist. -
Orlando especially enjoyed the There has
weekend. been quite a bit Rev. Dale Veaaell, pastor A world wide organisation Venice. Troops from out of town
friends and
They are of comment from the early of the Mission announced of nearly three million girls and pay a small camp fee; Naples
have a get-together at Marco winter visitors about the barricade Sunday evening services to sun three quarters of a million adult* girls camp at no charge. Local

at least once a year. Dick at the beach. The pro- at 7 pjn., November 15. and a In the !SO States and throughout girls also have the advantages of
Addison Jr. was their fishIng gress In construction and road Billy Graham film "Shadow of the world must have a back. attending camps of two weeks'
guide and they caught a building amazes them and us. the Boomerang" will be shown ."' ground of tremendous value to sessions at established GirlScout
lot of fish. too. Eleven homes are under those participating sod to the camps, and of weekend camping
At the Islander Dr. R.A.Swlezy construction across from the at ber 730 20.The p.m. Friday Novem communities In which Girl Scout at various camps maintained b)

of Fort Lauderdale Is administration building at the organizations: exist Gulf Coast Council In the area
1964 United Fund Campaign
there for a week Mr. and crossroads. The water tankIs Naples now supports 13 troopsan
Mrs H. Simpson and familyof being built and for will begin November 16. ( Increase of four during the THREE LEADERS
Coral Gables pipes Marco Island Is participating past year) reaching a total of Naples Is unique In that Girl
are having a the
week of water are being laid. this year under the leadershipof 300 girls There are five Brown.la Scout organization here has three
tunning and fishing. BarbaraCallJohnson,daughter M. "Grits" Grlffls. Mrs. troops, age 7.8; five Junior leaders qualified as InstructorsIn
Mr. and Mrs. T.A.Crydernan of Mr. and Mrs Bill Johnson Jostle Gantt Is co-chairman In troops, age 941; two cadette swimming and water safety;
of Muskegon\ Mich., and Mr. at Marco Highlands, Is charge of the Marco area troops, age 12.14, and one sen. swimming classes play a large

Carl) of Baton Rouge La., are spending six months at November U was Veterans HOOP-DE-DO'! : ,With grace befitting an .u-imlisi r'h.ulit lot troop age 15.17. They meet part In the summer activity pro.

spending a month. Wllllamstown, NJ., working Day. Somehow most of us through one of the many routines he is learning. prior to starring goes at at the Scout house the Method.1st gram for all Scouts, water safety
Peg and Vern Busch at Pon for Church the Recreation Build. and
Ruby and Rex Johnson of the
neu Cape Coral Gardens EJlrrrn.inanin
forgot to put out the (legs. Guiding Charlie is Instiuotor Marjorie ;
Marco are mourning the loss Goodland (The Rex Johnsons Siebenaler of the Gulfarium. hag North Naples Civic Association given as reg.
of their nine-year-old Chow spend their summers In New Building, Moose Lodge ular parts of the out-door program .

dog named Tong U. He died Jersey). She celebrated her Status Of Women Carver and Shadowlawn schools.and, for Naples troops; five
Then Is another Brownie troopin canoes sailing equipment and a
of a virus disease last week. 18th birthday on October 28 Commission Meets Florida's first lady Mrs. Julia the process of organization small motor boat are maintained
Frank Cervany arrived at We all wish her a happy birthday Bryant, for the past four years. Seniority Gives 7 Florida Included In the above total are for use In learning water skills
the Port for his winter stay. belatedly and will be gladto TALLAHASSEE (AP) The The commission was appointed two colored troops. This Is all In the Naples area.
At Benson's new boat not only see her when she gets home governor's commission on the by Gov Farris Bryant last Juneas administered by more than SO During the past summer 17 Na.
looks mighty "purty" In the the latter pan of December statue of women will hold Its or. part of a nationwide effort to adult volunteers registered with pies girls were graduated from
water but has brought a lot of Private First Class Bruce ganlzattonal meeting today. spotlight the special problems of House Members New Posts the program the Junior Life Saving course

good fishing to the Densons. Addison and his friend PFC The group of 27 women Is led women, whether they are home- -- and 14 girls were graduated from
Busch j 1 by Mrs. William Kldd of Ocala makers workers, employers' or The NEED ADULTS the Junior First Aid class In
Peg received a letter Ray Elstaed spent the week 'who has been In the WASHINGTON (AP) Sever, retirement of Rep. Car 1
an assistant to professions. Florida members of the House, Vlnson of Georgia,after SOyearsIn ;, The growth of the movement addition Cadette and Senior
will move up In seniority on the House combined with th., ls only handicapped by lack ofi Scouts from Naples Fort Myers,

ti( :::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: ::::::::::::: ::: :::::: ::::::::::::: 1 their election! committees defeats u and a voluntary result ol; defeat of Mississippi of Rep. will Arthur push WlnstaU Dense|I rr adult ai.volunteer r idult barUclpaljon leadership! ;; with t:.. meA Venice,,re Sarasota} on two and weekends Bradenton In

retirements. up two positions to 7th place on pies could: support rwlca as many September for water safety and

Rep. William C. Cramer, Re. the Armed Services Committee,, troops and twice as many girls canoeing Instruction and acquired .
publican will benefit from the fillies will move up to 81 h, could enjoy the benefits of the recognition bars and certificates .
Coming to Napleswodnosday decisions of Rep. J a m e s C. place on the Appproprlatloni I Girl Scout program. for comDletlnff' the lr.17
Auchlncloss of New Jersey and Committee because of the r e.. This year the United Fund will hour course.
Rep. WVUam E. Miller of New .contribute $4,000 for Girl Scout During the year the Council
York not to seek re-election. Be. Sheppard use which will go to the Gulf paid off the mortgage on the 160.
and thursday fore being selected the Republl. Pepper will become No. 1];,'Coast Council of which Naples Is acre alto on the Peace River near
can rice presidential nominee. Democrat on the Banking and'a part located In Sarasota and Arcadia where there is to be
Miller announced he would not Currency Committee as a resultof serving girls in sis and a hall established a camp for use by
run for another term In the the retirement of Rep. Albert counties, from Bradenton to girls throughout the six and a

. . . . . NOV. 18 19 House Rains of Alabama. Everglades The Council witha half county area Work Is now
Auchlncloss, now approaching Haley will gain the third spoton small paid staff, returns ser. going forward on roads,drainage,
80, was ranking Republican on the Democratic side of the vices In the form of program water and electricity Construction ,
the House Public Works Com. Veterans Affair Committee aids, field service direction, of building is slated next.
mlttee. With his retirementCra. with the departure of Rep. EU t.maintenance of camps and build. Cookie money profits go toward
1 n mer will advance to the No. 1 abeth Kee of West Virginia.The Ings necessary to promote the the Arcadia camp constructionand
ii GOP position on the committee. retirement of Rep. Lester growth of Scouting in this large maintenance of Camp Tim.
This will make him the only Johnson of Wisconsin and the defeat area. berford.
member of the state's delega. of Rep. George Grant of In Naples, Girl Scouts are
Lr tlon to rank that high on any Alabama will make Matthews fortunate In having pioneer camp. OTHER ACTIVITIES
A committee. the ninth ranking Democrat on tog facilities at Camp Timber. Further opportunities for older
I Miller's departure from the the AgrlculturtCommlttee. ford, used last year In over. girls made possible by United
I House will give Cramer the The defeat of Rep. Kenneth night camping and days' cook Fund support Include All State en.
third GOP spot on Judiciary Roberts of Alabama will ad. outs by all troops in Naples, campmenls, regional conferences
Committee. vane Rogers to the 11th Demo. troops from Fort Myers and roundups of national scope
: r-1 ePORTRAITS Reps Bob Slkes, Charles E. cratlc position on the Commerce from as far as Bradenton and and International opportunities

Bennett Billy Matthews, Claude Committee. exchange visitors to other coun.
Pepper, James C. Haley and Agurney will advance four tries. Three Senlora from Naples
Paul Rogers all Democrats and notches to 8th Republican on the Florida CitiesDo have attended the Appalachian .
Edward J. Gurney Republican Science and Astronautlca Com. Trail trip, two weeks of
also will climb the seniority lad. mlttee hiking through the Great Smok.
der. Committee chairmen are Sen. George Smathers will Have Slums lea. One Senior attended coun.
elected on the basis of senior move up one position on the selor In training session at a
i ity depending on what party Is Democratic: side of the Foreign Girl Scout Camp and was ap-
.mac In control. Relations Committee Architect Says pointed to the staff for a camp
(for the handicapped in Tampa
JACKSONVILLE (AP) An after her training was completed.
I architect said Wednesday night
I that Florida cities have slums One Senior Scout from Naples
NOON $ STOCKSNEW I and "a simple open eyed drive winning out over tough competition

through downtown Tampa or had the thrill of attendIng .
Miami will surely make us I Ing Allstate Encampment dur
uneasy." the past summer Another
YCTRK (AP)- Sto< ks at noon
Roy M. Poolev Sr..nenaineto senior Is applying: for an International .
Allls Chal 21 Firestone 44V4 Nat Dlat 27% board directors of the Florida opportunity as an ex.
Alcoa 60'/. Fla Pw 50'A N. Am Av 52V4 Association of Architects added change visitor toother< ountrles
I Am Air 46/fc Fla PAL 81% Penney 116% there Is no city in America Training films and records,
Am Can 43H Ford 58 Pa RR 40V4 which can be unashamed of Its leaders' training monthly bulle.
S Am Cyan 84 HAm Frra.it Da 13 Pep Cola S8% festering slums and decaying tins, and services of field dlr.
Mot 15% Frueh Tr 32 PhUl Pet 531 V4 centers," but this Is no reasonto actors in all program activitiesare

; AT&T 68/. Gen Dyn 37>/. RCA S2'/4 Ignore their existence. supported by United Fund
Am Tob 36 Gen El 88 Rep 4JV4 The association Is holding Its contributions
IEa't Amps Cp 16'/4' Gen Fda 84'/ Revlon 39Vi golden anniversary convention Anyone who has been asso.
Anaconda 55 Gen Mills 434 Rey Tab 411/ here today through Saturday. dated with the Girl Scout move.
Armour 54',4 Gen Utrs 971/4 Seaboard 52% Pooley said Jacksonville's ex. meet will feel certain that thiu
ACL 77V4' Goodrich 62H Sears IJl'A prossway had wiped out many organization: with Its Inspiring;
1 Babcock 38 Goodyr 45H Sinclair 57 dilapidated buildings but at the program to guide the growth of
Beth Stl 38V Greyhnd 24H Socony 86 same time it opened to view a girls fills a definite and post
Boeing 64% Gulf Oil 61 V Soutn C 84% "vast morass of ugliness left to tlve need In the community
IN FOOD Borden 78Vs Int Han MV4 Sperry R 14% fester and breed poverty" Ignor.
Brunswk 8% ance and corruption.
Int Nick 88H StBrand 78 V4
Cater Tr 38VColanose Florida's $2 billion a year con.
I Int Pap 37% STO NJ 89%
struction business .
70V Is
JonesL 7SH Thlokol 13V4: a slg.nlficant
I CocaCola Chrysler !8V Ken'cott 92Vi U Carbld 124% part of the state's aeon Girls About
I 132Vfc Loch'd 36 HLorlllard Unit Alre 57>/.
Com Ed 57 "Jt Is
$2 billion
a annual slice
Un Fruit 18
Con Edis 02 y. 44 Vi US Steel 5111% of architecture and whether or Wild Parties
Mag'vox 33HMMtM
Cont Can 51 not It la
Dow % : 59 H West i El 43% good architecture will MOSCOW (AP) The youth
Che 78 depend largely on the capacities
Mohasco 14H Wlnn DIX 38 V4 newspaper Komsomols.
DuPont Z76V4 Mon.'to 85 H Woolwth 29% and leadership of the 1,800 archl. kiya Pravda warned nil e Sow.et .
EAL SIll/. tads who practice In Florida "
1I Mont Wd 43Vt girls today to stay away from
E.Kodak MOVi NalDalr 84Vt said wild parties In country dachas
r ., The Y o. a. rnmmunltf
League organ Issued the warn.
Ing In a discussion
J about "dacha
1I among Soviet youth
\ OFFICE The comment published in
niL CqpJlmI. the torn of letters from read.
II suggested the problem .. .
[ N1 IMn .1 unchaperoned
\H tnNhl n, Mow aw.eu. drinking and sex
i \ .1" In, ,..chin.., .h a..ypp is fairly widespread
,1i GII .I.Mr., .Mk. (w.1e.r., The discussion was touched

i ADMISSION FREE V HI PI\a1i.MAIHI K b .+, N off last summer by a letter
t Svetlana who Innocently accept.ed .
I f :1 ,: COUNTRY TU 4tk Avenue So MI r-ZOS3'frr. an Invitation to a party In
1 ln .ith Ve L..in..111'"' a suburban summer bouse. She

DOORS OPEN AT 8t30 A. M. CLUB said the nice young man who
Invited her got drunk and made
1i dl 1'1 whb. tM Les ..advancos. Rio slapped his face

CLASSES START 9:30 A.M. FACiunis 1 NAPLES Mdwalkodoutoftheorgy: .

. Tahitian Cove Auditorium In Southwest FlorMq MIAMI Honeywell, Inc.

for Country Club To Build
In addition to Iteming hew to prepare New Big

economical l gourmet feed*, that at. sponsored b yte"ding LIVINGGOLFING Year Round Daily Schedule Plant At TampaTAMPA

Naples' To Miami. AP
the will hue en opportunity ( ) Hoooywoll.
II b. C........... W Ie 7.45 Inc. aas announced pUns for a
to win hoAdtema er 4; useful' 1 fLoRIDA'POWER. & LIGHT co. SUNSHINE POODWAY I .u.e.1e ...-:.z, 11 v. .M. 11:30 AM. J45P'M.Miami : mukl..uuoa dollar electronics

pun ABSOLUTELY FREE) SWIMMING Te Naples will plant b Tops by mid IMS that

COLLIER COUNTY DAILY NEWS AAU I *!* **! TV. 40MOMCSITCS '.Web 900AM: 2ISPM I ucatod manufacture "blghlj s phi*.
Plan NOW to attend both seitlen .........ws a........ electronic systems and
Collier COUllt,'* first Cooking School * e..."" ... a" R.sr.atlw u ay past is I" wwY conpononts James r. several types."
Healy, vice presu
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UCH. II food !rom' Suftthine Faodway '_ '.* Sta.. Iee4 MI I.sm KB 44111 pal bostnesa leaden wW5.ada) iN
PORTRAITS IN FOO U6l *.. UJ. 41 City Tie** offir, !fa,.. Travel Agracy I COTMT etas and wu -pit,> abet 100 per
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Junior Women's COUIH COUNTY NEWS Naples. Ha. Thunder, No..mb.r II i I'M 3

'i\f e}")

Tarn Fashion Show

iI i,J This Saturday

1"ItJ rt"t J3 etaehk 1 he :\..a'ks) Junior Woman's T

C I u/1ls sponsoring s lunehe fl-

(fashion show this Saturday No
A. .... MI .
By Mary ., I Sael wetter 14, at 12j50 p.m. at .

the Tahitian COM Convention q"
This Is something I derbtlt Beach recently cele-
really Ha I. Ml profits 11 ,'m the luncheon -
two to writs about, and that brated their 38th wedding an-
will the national Arth-
to the dMth last Sunday of two niversary. A quiet dinner was go
rills fund.Uniquely.
vUlnn to our area, walking chosen by Joe. and Labelle afar -
the fashion show
on Vanderbilt Beach. AS receiving flowers, gifts and ,
will consist of and hats
know the Naples Park Area many happy messages from f I wigs
AMoeUdon .has complained their family and friends. only. A wig and two hats will
be awarded door .
many time about the cars running Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mlno as prises.Tickets
can be obtained through
on the beach. It was only who have spent the summer In t Jfr
at Gifts and
e today by Garry
at the list October meetly that Baldwlnsvllle, N.Y.. are no*
Candles both located
Brasslngton ,
Dan Cleaver a member of the in their home on Vanderbilt
Fifth South
p on Avenue ,
safety program gave a report Beach. En route they stopped Last minute reservations can ,
on the signs that have been to visit with their daughter
created on Vanderbilt Beach Mrs. Alverta Doehrine of be made by calling Mr,.Rachel ti : ;
Sturdlvem. Ml 2-3606 or Mrs.
relating to ears running the 106th Avenue left last weekendto
Nancllce Ua MI 2-6269
beach. These signs are strict spend a little time with her
before Tickets -
noon on Friday.
ly for the life and protection daughter in Washington D.C. M.<\Y'lr ARriUF TVRNER fm.K himself 11I1't'OUlld.'d hthiftinil \ In+'mhrrt., of are 13.76.Latin .
of people in this area. Per- While Mrs. Doehiing Is away,
M \ m the Beach Cliil lobln From left an Hoard
haps something a little more Hubby Walter will keep the Stepht. us. holdup Ki'and-dmiKliti1 Arty Beth Milln ;Mis Ron K

drastic will now be done, but home fires burning. Milhi. dulgltter; -jm-laty of Ma\or Clarence Millet Iantnstor. OhioMaoi America
and Kokes
Mr. Mrs. John
It's a shame
crying we to
Club salon Mal'Ol'ht'I
FUHU-I! and Beach beauty opeiatoi /
have of 96th Avenue had as over-
two killed
people before
Mrs, Miller and Amy Beth AIT visiting Naples, Mix Stephens\ tvcenth
the public wakes up to the dan- Mrs.night Koke's guests cousins last Wednesday Mr. and moved here and is employed at the Beach Club salon Mayor Tumor Gets U.S. Aid On NAPLES RFS1DFNT:! FV: I and Si I tld't.lid l< \

ger of Involved our beach.making a speed Mrs. John Baker, of Ctearwa- holds telegram (ronMa'or Miller in Lancaster asking him to "tsko son F %V. ( Hill ) Land .rr. Rot totf.-tlni I tm .t i und

way Another terFla. good care" of Mrs. Stephens ( McGrath photo) Birth Control of golf on the Item h Club link!. The iiinioi\ I and

very successful social \I in Naples fm visit with his fatli.i, II., f III
all a
Glad know that Olive WASHINGTON ) The
night was held by the ladies to Mrs. (CAP
or the association last Gosttlng. of 100th Avenue, to State Department Is ojrfotly offering .iMtiHtant to theu" "t' nrt'imlcnt of Pun AUHMI, ajDivision

Tuesday evening. It sure isa home from the hospital and recuperating Keeping 'Em training and research assistance Ditnile and! |lives at Satellite ih)< ,uh

nice way to meet old from a serious A Lovely Lady to underdeveloped McCiath;! photo. )
your .
countries trying to meet prob.
friends and operation. Mr.andMn.Cbar- On Farm Real
neighbors for cards,
lems of population growth officials .. .
_... .
aggravation or Just plain gab- les Gostllng moved here about said today. s. -sw anoea Cetus xe

fest. Refreshments were ser- 1 1/2 years ago from Pittsburgh UA *
Poser Now They emphaslced the government
ved by Mrs. Helen Kenning Pa. A retired commercial Passes Away e Days is not trying to push

and Mrs. Louise Jullano. artist Mr. Gostllng! countries Into allowing birth p fBonita

Nice to see our American also works a few days each could erase frowns tram tne ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) control plans, but Is cooperatingwhere
n pretty
flag flying once again in fromof week at the Collier County unhappiest face. down on the farmwhen governments or respon. \ frOtn By RAE WEAR

the Poi nefanna Motel on the News. Do get well, Mrs. Goet- can earn a steady Bible private agencies seek help .. :V27 L*. ... .,. ..." ....--..
was late in the evening they -- -, -
In training specialists In the
Trail. It means that friend ling, so we can welcome youto
my Income working fewer hours In
some of the at when our phone rang. A very population problem American Education Week std ent Mrs. Dan oobls prestj rtng.
Mrs. gatherings
Marty Faroesl is home friend had glance or the mere touchof the city, say officials of the Na.
dear In
Latin America Is
again after spending several the community house. ed elderly pass- her aged hand could make tonal Grange. fur special attention coming because will be observed in our local (;mop singing Jl Indiana

months In New York with her Guests last week at the home away suddenly. one feel that everything was The high coat of starting and government experts regard, the E School with an open mutton was enjoyed and the

family. Welcome back Peg. of Mr. and Mrs. Herman War- I had She seen was her such a grand and smiling lady. going to basil right Just because maintaining a farm also is con. rocketing population rate there house tonight,November 12,be* (lag salute was led by Mrs.
ner on 103rd Avenue were Mrs. she understood. The years had trtbutlnf |o the exodus, said as a major problem ginning at 1 p.m. Theprogramwill Lucille Perry.

SMORGASBORD TIME Warner's sister and husband, only two days before. Then slowed her stepbut the bordersof Grange officials Interviewed VJS, foreign aid experts say Include a visitation of the Gifts for "I 'roject are"

This coming Sunday, November Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Will and 1 realized that I had failed to her bean had only enlarged. during the pith annual meeting some developing nations actual classrooms when teachers will\ should be led' m' it*! chamber

1S, the Naples Park Association friends Mr. and Mrs. Sam speak to her on that day. Certainly she has loved ones of the Grange which claims 800,- ly are losing ground In their be on hand! to meet you. Children1 of Commerce !HulMlng before
all of To the children she was the 000 members In 40 states struggle for slam work will also be dis Novemrwi, Jl.
will hold their monthly McKlnse Bradenton.Fla. who have known and loved her higher living on Saturday
of llerschel D, Newsom of Wash.
tower strength.. a gentle thirds, despite financial help
smorgasbord. Serving will with longer than I. What can I Ington D.C., National Grange play.Then
warm loving creature neverendtng from the United Mates and their
be from 5 to 7 p.m., J1.60 PINE NEEDLERSThe say? Words are so empty.A master (president), said little for the next lOmlnutessll
for adults and 75 pine needle class Is getting patience. could be done to own governments This, theysay parents and faculty will pro-
cents for She had shared the experienceof card... but even that seems keep young Is because population Methodists Plan
children under and doing fine down the farm until ceed to the cafetorlum where
to 12 years. way so little Can I find one that people on
growth Is at a rate than
her with higher
each at the association long/ years us patiently becomes lucra. stet" ( and of* DinnersTwo
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garland Thursday and with will say what 1 feel? farming more the economic! development personnel county Loyally
building on 103rd Avenue, understanding.She live flee will N introduced
ofSeabreeze guests
Avenue Van- She gave so much of herself needed
under the direction of Mrs.El.?. made herself a pan of our and 1 her so little "We're trying the beat we Thomas C. Mann assistant A social hour will follow in complimentary "Loyalty
heartaches and She gave Dinners scheduled d>r Decent
happiness. know ,
how Newsom said clt.
where refresh
along your of the cafetorlum
npp s1MrsBooy will be happy lived s full life... a rich life... in return. Am I slwsys too log several recent federal leg secretary American affairs stale and for dead Inter-of menu will be served. ber I and S In the Kellowahlp
a life of giving... and a life of drop a note, to make Native measures. Hall of the First Methodist
Lake Park PTA the Alliance The
Instruct UJS. for
to you. Meetinglast phase Progress general public especially ,
that single
doing for others. a call, to pick Frank A. Niffenegger of Mar. Church, have been amnmnrad by
Thursday were Mrs. F. agency, discussed the Latin- Is urged to come
take that five parents general. chairman, Nell White
I how rose, or to ango, W., chairman of the Na.
Shaw Mrs. M. Jaeger Mrs.E. thought many tbrtpshe American population problem In and visit with us tonight. We
Meets Tonight minutes out of my day Just to tlonal Grange's taxation and Commander for the Ott< nmtwit
had feel-
Van Bezy, Mrs. N. Nelson presence brought a listen? Have I been too care- fiscal committee: agreed with a speech this week.State ire proud of our school and we dinner. la Lloyd Eheehand and
Mrs.D.Cleaver Ing of contentment to everyone.A Department officials show how muchwe JuhM Wood Is commander for the
Mrs. F, Warner Newsom. want to you
will meet
The Lake Park PTA less, too or Just too said the speech
seemed flow from represented M.
and Mrs Boyd. peace to forfetful. "A youngster will have to appreciate the fine support Deot Ht>er I event Mi edgar
o'clock In the
tonight at 8 busy I the heritage other step In a quiet but contlnu.
Please orders in her very being. Just being wait long time to make and help have tie vernard Is dining halt chali,
auditorium and the business ->.- get your that she left for me, for a $50 a log campaign under way since you given us
her mind
also will be followed by "open to me, or any of the ladles near often Brought to children and for all future week on aV farm, but not If he early In the days of the sdmlnls- sure to visit our school library man end the Woman's Barter "I
memories of childhood of my the crmrcli, Is the din.
house," PTA President Don st the association building for my works In town as a stenographeror tratlon of the late President and meet our librarian and providing

Junes announced. the holiday fruit cakes. They smell running of through the cookies forest and the generations'I don't want to be too busy a bookkeeper," Niffenegger John T, Kennedy, to bring" theproblem speech therapist who will be nero The entire congregation! Is In.
"Com and meet your teachers fast. Call me stMl ginger out In the there You will
are going need said."B open. to meet you.
for her generation. I cited by cihcsptalna Ii" the din.
and see what your children freshly baked bread. Her smile costs too much to get Into
23361.Mr. enjoy some of our new
know their I seeing where the budge will be
doing Jones urged parents. to experiences. the business and the Income Is ors
are ,
The meeting tonight will stress and Mrs. Lynford Johnson need to draw on their talents not enough to warrant It. ()rain tanned whole,-kemtlturn qulptiiem, too.H006IERI. captained, and aubacrtled tll by

the theme of American Education of 106th Avenue, have as and resources 1 need their There's also more comfort elsewhere ui u.e tht kernels iul humIrttovrt MEET Individual weekly pledges" Teams

Week "Education Pays house guest their old friend understanding and their wisdom and the boys don't haveto looked. heath tnrn Heal The Hoosier Club of Ronlta ." i l'I>aplaJns will Invltn faml.

Dividends." Mrs. Madge Pry**, of Clsrks- Roast Hippo and their knowledge. 1 need Invest ao much. Even when a in a Kkillii, ,ilh II liitlt, h..,. Springs net this week In the Ilea lit the chun membership

burg Vs. them much more than they need youngster gets a farm from his turn, sell.. lei needed) and lots" Community Hall for their November to be their guests at then table

The people of Naples Park Tastes Like It me. They are Important. folks, more times than not he "I' li *ly-niun..i gepppeet, meeting with vice pre- 0n their asevlgned night

and Vanderbilt Beach! has to pay for tt." .
Trinity Church owe a This lovely lady Is gone now. -
Lionel Burgess of Qllcott
deep debt of gratitude to Mr. Looks It's too late to tell her an
Plans Annual Fall ToughBy Oily, Md., national treasurer,
Mrs. Harold R. Hulptou\ these things, but she has left said there was a time when a

Dinner On Nov. 19 of Willett Avenue, Vanderbilt RAYMOND J. CROWLEY a beautiful memory that lives youngster could buy a team of

Beach, who have donated the WASHINGTON (AP) As. as a reminder to me that I horses, a plow and harrow and

The Trtnlty-by.the.Cov annual beautiful window drapes and signed by a relentless editor to shouldn't fall because there is go Into farming even If he had

fall dinner Is scheduled for No. fixtures for the association cover a luncheon featuring roast tomorrow,, and there are to rent the land. YESYOU CAN '

I vember 19 at 7 p.m. In the parish building. It would have taken hippopotamus, your correspond.ent others. I must hurry out and "At the end of the )year U you

! hall many dinners and other project.to rushed out to a carry-out get that card.Advent. worked hard, you made a gend
All members of the churchare raise the money buy these. lunchroom and hollered Ila,," he said "Now the average .

Invited to attend. Those They certainly beautify our "Give me a cheese sandwich Investment behind earn

unable to attend are asked to call building, and we art very very, In a brown paper bag. I don't Calendar arm Is $''.000 per parson and t sjrr
the church office 2.2257. as want to starve this noon If I that's nut counting the coal of
grateful. heartfelt -
soon as possible.The accept can't stomach hippo." Proceeds Benefit the land.
thanks from all of
Right Reverend William us. The upshot of this saga Is that "And another thing you have
Margrave, D D. will be the Perhaps many of you have the cheese did not get eaten but Naples HospitalHave to rememberi you have to work

evening speaker Bishop HuI wondered about the new road some of the hippo did. longer than eight hours a day, r

I grave Is one of the ranking that leads from 108rd Avenue The occasion was the tae an' you bought your Advent 40 hours a week la stay on the

I leaders of the church. Into the Naples Park Association nlversary luncheon of the Ant. Calendars for Christmas yet" farm. The boys can find It east.

I grounds. As you know, eaters oclatlon. This collection If not, the) Hospital Service er In the city and make more

the association bulldog Is also of some 5,900 members has !League No, 1 has them fo r11le. money,"

Record Budget used for Civil Defense purposes never yet eaten ants, but baa The calendars are to -

Gets Baptists OK and the road is pan of the lunched on such things u bear be used starting December I Church f God:
from the Dismal Swamp whale
Improvement program. Now through December 28. They
TAMPA (AP)-A record bud. blubber from the arctic, Australian .
you can drive In from lOtrd have 26 windows which can be CollegeAt
and the establishment of anew kangaroo and crab-eating
got Avenue as well as 104th Ave opened, one I day until Christmas
lotto college at West Palm seal from the antarctic. December 26. S. UkeVale. .. -'--
Beech have been approved by nue. The hue Is 1, Gordon Leech
the Florida State Baptist con. We certainly wish the best who also happens to be man.,. This Is one of the many BIaM'vitt "I La. (Aft) A
of luck and happiness to Mr. at tile National projects of the Hospital Service rant al South Lake Wales Age '
veiHion. .r of the re-Uurant ( ( ok to |)crf.'('lion vtluU lli('
The action was taken at and Mrs. Forrest Armstrong, 'lon. The members seem : League No. 1. Other i I" recommended as the Ute
Court Include of (or s new four.year college t* kltthfn .la>'N'I.KANKI; (. COOLMI!!
Wednesday's session tithe 103rd formerly of 99th Avenue who to be Supreme fudges, projects ) the Queen
annual meeting by 1,350 dele are now In their new home In generals, a admirals smbassa. Means Ball In February and < special committee reporting ..

gates who represent 1,350 Flor. The Moorings. don and In fad anybody who serving snacks at the snack fie t'te Church Boulheaatera of God.Association of WITH 3 'iiMuity.I sum fUr sum sift

Ida Baptist churches. Until next week may the ease get up the $7.50 per lunch, bar for the PGA In October The rerommen d a 11
o a wee
wbtes.This .
Delegates voted to establishthe Lord watch not counting Those .. Calendars ELECTRICRANGE
Good 1 ever all of de.lrirW.he. 'nade Wednesday at the Starch
Leech had provided
tOO-acro site at time
college on a
you and' keep you well. from JCea ere asked to all Mrs invention here.
Wed Palm Beach Gardens a two-tun hippo
Africa, as the mala dish. He gotit Dorothy Corby ai Mi 2-4843 However, the reoomroexk.MOB .
from an animal dealer.On after S pjn. All proceeds was referred to the board

the leajuad of the front sales go M the Naptoi r trustees which said It weld
page Community Hospital. .4 nuke a deftolte: detfslw mHI Vr itu i ,
4': menu I.I a list of appetizers, cal. i
Dec 4 at South Lake Wale*.
eaUte i to break down reals /,/, '
once to exotic foods. There are E.., FreMh-fry euplant' I "Borne of the trustees said

Such Items as "beaver eyeballson do ao. pare dote vesetuMc ( "",ey wanted and to make see the eMeernaelres 1'_ 11")10 fj/rntrllae'4v -

the >,Alf he4l" and "anteater tie! cisPl- Into strips, )leer< My an.Mncemami
stew miter style, with poison you wuuld, da lot Ff-nih.(r,r yes or M, from
Ivy naJ d and duet of golden poteioc Roll. *, .ifp. 'ere, according to the Rev.
... ;tams Chapman a member of
rod. .. .d flout and fr\ in i
T : .,.ige ls a II(. Osj the deep far until they are undo ., 4 executive rommltteej of tilt
oerd of treatise
right. .1.1, page U the real true

Ben, jUrtlng oft rack tldbtts of '
..Urt 1" ">.. Very good. e," C""" *i i hale aver It 'f

Tti there U peL..de-Mppo,
elep&u t, elk, moose sad rets. Go .

deer Mss w, r1 >. leeikissues"
roi re the "hfpo seop.
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replied ....,... Patty \ The typed s. > mmm ease '

BaanU. they Hrofcebly dragged : reduction f I rtfc tMjuf h tI .; :)
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a nit v, !tt raga"it, ee 1st ate Male : pews cut If! : ) >*/.* BMIe* .

... *Came till> MJt U>*.._, of _J- first |. sign Vp 'lei t turn key (tompiete 1k.neh.ne sr .45 EI'tttftrie) .

lion 1' e piece de reslsUeeeeiTi. Job private pool in Copier County will get eldMhuyrtanvvtfFypp r \I

i, prere** by a* eewr.acM .
the first A months'' pool service end cKomUels
w r4 trots Mrs. Beanie.n 4

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Nt p : Jq Step BY Up BAY U.S.CROMLEY Research

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER tl, 1964 Washington Cerrespeedent

:' : News;*!*' Enterprise Assn.WASHINGTON.

Florida's Growth Rate Is Amazing (NEA)
,f unveiled
The six major new military rockets Just by the

births over deaths! This latter figure averaged Russians in their Moscow confirm! the
( rybody knows thai Flvldil'popu need for new harp Increllesln U.S. research
IMO weekly during the 196344 -
Khrushchev decided that millUry
)non'' is growing by leaps and bounds, + .- Sever) years MO, NiklU
fiscal year, based on reports of the Stale ::..- --" research: WM more Important In ln.urtn Soviet strength
>'f one never ceases being amazed' by --:::::a.irIr7 missiles and
In long-rang planes
Bureau of Vital Statistics, and was slightly than a huge investment
'II'> actual growth statisticsFor that won would become obsolete.He .
above the for
1,056 comparable figure
and and transferred
cut back defense procurement pay
instance, a recent business' review
the previous year. G these fund Into research and development The United
I prepared by the Florida State Chamber Adding gains from migration and State went ahead with building large number of missiles.In .

,I Commerce disclosed the follow been factor in his down-
I 'I Is Ironically this decision may have a
weekly gain came to 3,346 persons durIng fall. lIe had opposition in the armed forces, the Presidiumand
Florida gained a weekly weragc of the fiscal' year 1964 compared with In the Central Committee. Khrushchev bullied his way

2 206 new residents who moved in from 2,672 the through.It .
previous year. confided hi. decision to
I. now known that Mr. K some
Other states during the year ding July Since" the 1960 census, Florida has American several) years ago and told them the difficulty he

first added 754,000 new residents to chalk faced In getting his way. He said key men In his government

This weekly gain was lie 1 of person up a 15.2 per cent gain, the fastest rate / y. wanted massive production of missile and planes.

who moved Out of Florida and stands of any large state and far above the national : ,, ( ( THE MOSCOW PARADE WAS ONE INDICATION that this

well above the 1,617 weekly gain for increase of 67 per cent. Khrushchev policy is paying off in some area. Information

the year 196263. Calculations are based he I new estimate of Florida's popu- reaching the Pentagon and other government agencies Indicates
be out in other
research panning
this intensive may
on the annual estimate of the state's total lation has definitely confirmed the state's armament not yet shown to the public.It .

copulation made by the U S Bureau rank At ninth spot among the 50 states is not enough to say the United States is spending more

ot the Census. This figure stood at where it has stood since 1961, 'just aheadof on military research and development than Is the Soviet

5,705,000 on July first this Massachusetts and below New 1- o I'nlon.
year Jersey. Because the United State. I. largely an open society, Soviet
Gains in the state's population are Yessir, everybody knows Florida Is scientists can piggy-back on much U.S. research and need

made up of these new residents plus the "growing like sixty," but It Is comforting not duplicate i if In many areas.
Thus while U.S. research must go ahead on a broad .pee-
natural increase that l is the f,> n"v, of tr see- the actual figures now -And..- th.. ..-n.... trum to make advance possible Soviet scientist can concentrate

In a relatively few crucial area.
. Home: The Place The Twig ,Is Bent This means it Is not necessary for the Soviet Union to put
In more total money and effort than the United State to
gain an advantage In some key areas.
Government figures recently an- Suppose In every home parents wereto R6-_ U.S. strategic military research and development _pendIng -

nounced disclose that leon alters in this 'take a self-imposed test: ' is not small. It has increased steadily, but perhaps not
;, ft !
{ ff.'l
suicide ((1)) : : fast enough.
country are committing at .the Art we setting a parental example "

rate of two a day And the rate is In- we are proud to have our children WITNESS THESE COMMENTS by Lt. Gen. James Ferguson,

reasmg. follow? The Best of BoyleBY Air Force deputy chief of staff for research and development .

Add this to the alarming nationwide ((2)) Are we spending enough time ..: in the spring of this year:
HAL BOYLENEW "There has been very little growth In the Air Force research
pidemic of teen-age crimes and acts of with our children to make sure we understand and development program during the 1057-85 time

'Kilunce and we have a problem and a each! other? period. The real a per cent Increase In research and development

I'i.-nge, no responsible parent can iy- ((3)) Do we know where our childrenare action YORK (AP) Small labor of through love for a million Jack, whoprowled feet WASINGTOM (AP) Dr. fund. In the past nine year provides little flexibility
sometimes lead to
great lo with the choice we have today"Some
Charles retired cope
W. Mayo, sur.geon
who their companions may be, and result In life ot film In old archive. for come at the Mayo Clinic In, experienced scientists here hold that what's needed

reWhy should so many youngsters seek what they're doing or likely to be doing? A letter to Winston Churchill of hi* material, much of It never Rochester Minn., expected to i most I. a sharp step-up in basic research, on which all other

It-destruction at the very threshhold ((4)) Do our children have the advantage that cost 15 cents In postage shown before be able to leave Georgetown i research and development depends. Basic: research gets down
started producer Jack Le Vlen A* a result of some 40 meet Hospital soon. He was taken i to the fundamental and makes possible great advances. It
If> life In an era when tomorrow is more of discipline that Is fair but firm? on til* path to becoming one of legs with Churchill, who will be there Saturday when he suffered .. Is cheap compared< to most defense costs, Its payoffs are

exciting than today? Do we offer them the protection and security the foremost film biographer of BO year old this month LeVeen an ulcer attack while on a great.

Why should so many commit II'r t t. of of basic ground rules to which the A*day.a young Allied presa officer to the has fallen famous wining Churchllllan victim flight burgh from Minneapolis to Pitta

vandalIsm they can subscribe with In World War II Jack had met
frightening rowdyism, brutality, understanding charm TUNIS, (AP) Habib Bour.
end passion in a nation that is prosperous and dignIty? Sir minister'Winston rroc the prime "II never haggles about gulba Jr, 87, son of President The World
visit combatfront TodayBy
terms .
civilized and progressive? ((5)) Do we take pains In this house to *. Jack .atd."H1.I Habib Bourgulba of Tunis, Ii tltenation'
his iweet.nes
new foreign minister.
Why should such dreadful confusion, visit with each other to share our news In 1957, *. editor of a movie *. his sentimentthese are lie was named to the post JAMES MARLOWE

despair and insecurity overwhelm these: and views, our little triumphs end our new concern which he felt the thing that Impress me most Wednesday In a Cabinet reshuf. Aiio.loto4 Press Hews Anelyst
would soon out of business
go about Sir Winston.
fle. He 1* a former Tunisian
vounQ people in the face of the greatest problems? Le Vlen decided It was tlmo for "Without doubt he' the kind. bassador to Washington Paris;| WASHINGTON (AP) An there to fight.
emphasis, that has ever been placed on ((6)) Finally, do we have In our fam- a change of career. He con. est and biggest human and Rome. apparent slip of the tongue by The official position from
celved the Idea of a television being I've ever mat, and he ha* Secretary of Defense Robert 6. which McNamara never before
child care, psychology, psychiatry, edii- ily spiritual values that are Important, SANTA BARBARA Calif.
series a dramatic wartime difficultIt ha deviated hold thai the
nar. no fear whatsoever of showing AP 87 McNamara show how -
( ) Paul Muni retired I
.ation and welfare? respected and lived by? native centered around Church. his emotion actor who won an Oscar, ,In IBM, Is to maintain an official tine considerable American force

Perhaps the logical place to begin If enough parent can pass the test, UU "You know, he' been marriedmore Is under treatment In a hospital' at all time when the realities has the mission of advising and
"My friends all told me I was clash with that line. helping the South Vietnamese.Why .
than 84 but he
year never for
looking for the answers Is in the home.In the teen-age problem Is on the way to recalled Jack called a serious
crazy "Ttiey site down at the table without heart condition. "Wo have no plan at present does the CA
the schools and churches, too, of solution.If said all the big studio wouldbe first toasting his wife" Attendant said Wednesday he I to end further combat unit to meet draw such a distinction govern.

course But primarily in the home and they can't, youthful tragedy and way ahead of me, that SIrWln.ton A* the result of his success entered the hospital Oct. 30, suf.' South Viet Nam," McNamara Several reasons are suggested
wouldn't fool around with the Churchill venture, faring also from pneumonia but told newsman In Texas after -u the United States
the >/ ac.
family iir< waywardness are sure to flourish. with anyone a* obscure In the Jack also Is producing a film on this was cleared up. conferring with President John. knowledged It was fighting In

field a. I was. the life of the Duke of Windsor VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope, son about the budget and other South Viet Nam, Communist
-,... "But I war stubborn. I dldnt which the duke will help narrate Paul VI has called on all Chris matters China might be Impelled to en.
have enough money to fly to himself. liaise to help relieve the suf. tt was McNamara'. use of the ter the war,
England and present my Idea ferlng of the poor word "further" that brought -As long a* VA might ha*
In person to Churchill so I set "The duke Is very considerate
reporters up short. That word
The Pope spoke not officially been committed
__ ._ ._ ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS down and wrote him a one.page too," said Le Vlen. "When you pilgrim Wednesday to suggests the United Sates al. such u
r i from many nations. any defeat that may resultIn
letter outlining it. I figured busy go swimming with him, he rune His words reflected a concern ready has combat units In South this war could be charged oft
people won't read more than a up and get the towel for the Viet Nam.
EDITOR'S NOTE A number of i-ouders have said they page. The letter cost me IB whole party. And he used to be for marked the! poverty-stricken his preparations that for hat a The official transcript of Mc. not u a American.South Vietnamese det.at.
cent In sklngl"What!
were so engrossed in the political campaigns when Churchill replied courteously.After lesson ha* he learned coming. visit to India. did Namara'not Include comments the word Tuesday"tut.ther. VA-The fighting outright men commitment In combat ot

two years of discussion by from hi* experiences? ." Newsmen who heard the
interesting and highly informative article below formation might
mall, the former British prime "Audacity pay," said Jack. NEWS FROM word at the time and checked reper
was published here a few weeks ago that they minister met Jack during a visit "A Churchill himself once ob. on the deletion said the omission the cusslons American In Congress and among

were unable to read it properly and appreciate it here and they signed a contract. served f 'Audacity I II the keynote WASHINGTONASSOCIATED appeared to be Inadvertent. A might be question people about There the
"Sir, why did you choose me jf life tape recording shows that the
fully. For their benefit we are today breaking to become your film btog PRESS word was used. legality of such an undeclared

precedent and repeating the article. rapherr Le Vice then asked. .. .. .. .. .. Neither McNamara nor any war.-The people of South VietNam

Churchill winked at him and COLLIER COUNTY NEWS WASHINGTON (AP) R+l other responsible U.S. official and other In Southeast
said franklyi to ever has said that of the 20 .
MICHAEL CHANCE Edit. Publi.h.r 'administration Is expected any Asia might consider VA com.
t Nt C:eA-ClIC 1tI1! \11I'\0"g lk lltE, i nlllft".I. "No one" else ever bothered to THOMAS HATER. Anocl.U- Editor ;ask Congress for a graduated 000 or so American military bat commitment a return to a
lief:iaa..Mrttt-.atltt/ east 6. oak m.. MARSHALL WYATT Adv M.n.|., I Income tax withholding rate men in South Viet Nam are form of colonialism.eeeeeeeeeeeae.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeChance .
The series proved such a hit ALBERT OPOLKA. Mch tupt. :I next spring U there are too
41 already ha* brought In dou. DAVID HEMMANSON, Circ Director many protest by taxpayer
,,.1 :i"11'.q'fI', YtIM! :1 >5Ad', I.j I: L* ".) bl* its million and a half pro. MRS. LOUISE DAD. Office M.,. ,,over Iargr4han.usual tax bills Remarks

1 [ :, '1 '. ttrRffl:11h4shttrn tltrr''AtbiffikrAltrSFtlElt I N durtkM costs that L* Vlen Last March, when the new tax
ho4 d
followed It up with a two-hour .n'\. yainIC..hern.on byIM.tNltiwMAnnuarrS e.eeeeeee..eeeeeeeeeee.eeeeee
i 'c'' 11. J C. n/IIJ\.It./> bft"'tt:W / d. 'cut law went Into effect, the
: t'I.JjllJU'I't'. hkLR
AglBfskE! color film
that tells the whole Co..
1 : untJ. withholding rate was reduced A LOCAL X
,1 1 k') tid bZ .taitttk'$ths'Ci?, St'nsi adventurous life of Churchill N.- X# REPORTS
:ear ) 1:%. kl.tatlltLhrfgfg"A9 pl... Pt., 331140, Med .ddrms P. O. :from IS to 14 per cent. Some
.tt. "' ,;. v'ts'ttlRlt: "rttiiNlRrt. h l ttltt1t"lt"l1llft The project wa* a four-year lOll.__un._ :month ago the Internal Reve.
.:RrvstNliRfOstlaM6bl.,,' run+' :! Rtl't1:2-Y. itbttv'Atf6Cr nI. '\if. ,: .I\I!! iP",\'t., ..''' ,; nue Service advised that this + Bill Oodley must be the No. 1
% !. *)' might leave many taxpayer- Eagle football fan He has
+1.-,{' )tFtbktblaJHtalkLY! :: tsar ttbcctsit'ltt! missed only -
especially those In the $3,000.
t'bd);:89b'tGLaSf7tax; : 9 K a tt'to keFltltzlas.fNr!ttte 6A'citb4 t'PA $15,000 bracket -with ..ddltlon.al one NHS grid game home or away,

:bIlLttIJ.IUMf1J1IJt."tI'tI' )? IEImm t I I l GAS READ ADO taxes to pay next spring. in 6 yearn Can anybody top that! .

RCFWJibI! :"' AgE>gJSTi.t41T': : < -, ttLtC' tkUctttt7ittt-i unlvALVt, now Treasury sources said a pro. Jake Hedden former Ky. publisher,
test from who have to
Mil t. fl.1t.i, &% IJOEMttife1 A 'ftif i.7 UXI'tll ti'4svxcRRR41l) ACRoSs: U Railed 5 MC 'A'nGCRLrAR pay additional taxes In the arrived for the winter and wanted to

Ita"tt'Uh."O''C', ; ::: '5 fl16. I/," '}) p -r-A_ ssf4It. Ali.Ir.- I Moud.1I1 211 flair delis R spring would be balanced know what hurricane hit Naples and

;e ,,?'t'Jt.:<, tl bNFflah'6titIfbaftv'bI eve Wnsbtr( 154)) |it r-'AYlktttLfi 1 7lncrtHN Met.n.hoh 30. Strap BC LAG TICMA5AMC against possible complaint tore up the streets
11 1. lllralof\ Mole Rjf TCL from employer the addl.
.r .bl1, .'6'Ct.1.1J,13at4' ..'. -.t"M atlslykltthL.i *fXRtscrtq 11 Romhaen Nt duck D'A over + Col. C. C. "Coke"
i f TRDAYiT tlonal bother entailed In the new Carter ( Boy
tttlt. fJUIIJ. ...II1t: / : e t ::>r5hwtisrltvy:: t\., 11.c1pil.id, jl. AUIbh GAD i P'C'ntiD rate that's lot of Cs in a row )

Lrv'bIET.> ),: "111Lttt.: .>lbA'Y'h1ttTAAt1CtcP1N. "t ..t'ttt.'t' r'oII1'fI.: UttllCt') H Ferule loam wits TGALtDROtn WASHINGTON (AP) State Yacht Club Commodore Naples

) id>Sti ttp1tk t'.t cA I C 4--{ht iik>.tcKltM U Sider, II j dfPOllCU ThinK LA.. D'OUTA Department press officer Rob. back to see
ert J. McCloskey said Tuesdaythat completion of addition to
'1''..:: t 1 .'t't 8t'L t 9>a.h' -:: eILett'! (' f./tk',t5LIhtttteItt : isoi.,,, ?.d 36 Democrats P 0 VtUn'T i D E the United State doe not sometime around clubhouse ,

I) 'tll 't.I.It'nvlt1-; ; .r. +kA1: &; "' ''dWHIIJtU' 'C' 17 Lend J7 Garment PCP DtF'r lCR Intend to reply to Chinese Com. Thanksgiving.

<"'It'ttt"C': : ch6gJtlNfitNR./ h tilt.t lat.n w. C.p....ofII. munlst Premier Chou Bi4al's + Mighty nice to aee "Tubby" and

'" ;t :1"tlst. n... It. ta..E"t" +fcL ft tJ.'itethtiGh't*"':tttlfXftfcttlUUIt : edjer. '0"0'' 'r bring SOLUTION Ot VISTIIDAT'S FUIIll call for I world summit conference Jack Luse the other day. She haa been
IIrftoW DOWN s Ohio on nuclear weapon
ill but
t : agt, : dhiJNl1JE'er'tA4r h. : (. tkwtlti: : 10. !6VII'' "k U k4eadisbn. I FncUgt culkgIowa Chou made the proposal last looks fine and Reese to be

J'c' : LJEgTgpKtFRYh''tt. 1J'oX.l. felt**t'.: < ht<> it. >b4tt tSttt'C U. Radlers5. deamy t) Eaiapture month when the Chinese e1l lod. recuperating nicely

: _, Af)" ,.? 1:44'Hi., : fan1j41RhCtatht'4t'I' { Ne. I ril ... &.1 Inert Anutt 7 Ph4ntomSncr ed their first atomic device and + Prank Evens another
City t7 Canned! a promptly followed it up with former Ky.
t ,, s:t DAlAt11EPLN Ltv' htlrr ll hoon-rt. HlttoH' dlfIop
tl.e ; !
?a. Beano. U Sea right agcal 9 King of direct communications to the newspaper publiaher, is having a barrel -
11 :. kElsA'fItIPT'fL AIIt".'It :'"'< rt4'i It..NpttU'6. ..7'hl\' ?11. .9 KIO..ltllae .. Ttmpmu Mtdua West. of fun making ceramic items
",: ,.- ?< ;hl'tC\\ ..... (lib:t-H: ; 4itffbttf'' hfLI': 10 Small C.S. officials have said they friends & acquaintances. for

-:'. :'k. ....1 t', At-t: (. lt fIMRt *,U 4 t' .<. x ,. !ttAita! AJNAlr' t I J / [S I. w' T I' II i>".- regard the Chinese Communist a Jin-dandy ashtray for He gave us
"'' cupidI9 proposal u a smoke screen, which
fit>',1'\' a;a'rtfillE; Ihv'A oCL7s.it.'F': ) )ilkehartf1tA1fit/ It 'J BteWc* President Johnson called on the thanks. many

11.. t"': tI r)A'ht3>'uMS('t4. 1 ''t JL. hftt.Jh.T. .tt 1gAp'A41tt. !'a't". /d /i JO HffeMk.rrath Chinese Reds to show good faith

A't! :.i i LL'htt'Ao.'C. PygtBJlygtttlL) : -t ,C\,); '. ,. : I"tt UtIJU:1: : i ': 0 .. by */lcnJn the limited nuclear + Has anybody had their tele-

?-'(. .',,:..,\-'t'. 4la6WP'. ; Ni : 4rt4tflKtt, : +."' _, If 0 J3 Jl l Shower S'oMklglc t..tobu WASHINGTON treaty They(AP)refused.- TU phone during line.the street cut more than 5 times

r-' I:;' r<'"f SfilbiS'It.J1.: t .e .!: walltttt, -t"lt"i.llt"f "t II r If 11 FruNtoaki Pitted State ha* suspended t improvement program -
nnresat/> ; tLfu $3)rirthR. n t'h ,. tItW'tIl.tt, izic / II 1" %htorl large portion of Its aid to Bo. ? If net The News holds the

::" q'\: ; 5r t"Al 5ibCOR: _. KfJi I:_.H.r.'j' ,tlt1'Kb'inRh:t JT U i U ;) Grapple sandd this .to the wake ot the mm.tiry' record, by gum,

f: 1 : ,- .I'r', i',ptL'ne j;.,.. -t I. bj.5' b .:. Hen the *South overthrow American last week U IQ'I erf + All Collier County women ( or

Eo() r bf I..flftMO" t'r1 -tht': ... ,:. 1lK'J"'tlt'Ailtbfc. a-fSl Pew government.WASWNOTON. even men who enjoy skidding
)I a akll-
,- '. '. I.,'ao' xglN'V'rtr .)rte u 1..... ::, 1.'t'1I".to.'t' goiMcu N.pkl. (AP) The let now and than) should make
Df- Department tt has plane
1"f: ,: ). r ", &"tIt..a: ,.r".. J IUitt"I.'t"6tn: r 's .Ji 0 J. r.rf ehNped replacements say te South to attend the Portraits in 'ood-

.: lit rNi'flelClt.' ....< w.. -. *A.t.'OIt.! .N' a lftftLtrA4+cN' ::1CR y1 JST3T1, : 4. ,,4& d' U cluck' lid VM Nan for four first aid kits cooking school Nov. 18-19 ,t the

: ;, t'1t16 It. l4a'h. till t1. M 'iI. s'ibMl! A. NetS IT eontatalnc borne wtenrtchlemedscaj Tahitian Cove auditorium Thetea

': !..Itll-l))], ... i f 11. ) ,:, :, (' ,'& "': II.t'. h.-i 4. __I / ::41 / JV daHsbrtttt Forty ju Items.other kits, mecked chers" are going to whip up some -

of ASn4; _nAil t Ifll i,I'" /u./ UuJdCMof:''a. it A fleJ.1 medl-ai depot U South fine Thanksgiving & Christmas vit-

I ',rt""lUt1'1. a 11 I. ** .,-"fit. f III"., ... ___ t.flta ng VIM. Nan. were trough op tt tlea. On top of that, therein
Pet .
It t C
tlLt. j replacing *nemeai
; J; .. ,' N-Jti4tti ) 4'T> p04. : ,0 irca. be free prices galore.


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.4i r' e t t.lght,g. h ..

'A Utter From Mike'Honduran No Break In COLL t-R l'lINTY NEWS N.plw. P15.. Tkendey. N_"ink.r 11 Cit 5

"k .r..
p 'rt" kawgq svltt

Drought Seen

rJ Damages Mount I ,


Know They Are Poor mounted CHICAGO' In, main(API segment- Damages ot ORNER

the u..t..n's. eroninu today '* a

ICHK, ,pall of unseasonably e.eeeeeeseeese

mini, ,In' weather showed no

Don't Expect Santa MM' ...1.1 l general, Immediate
bn.''ik l'' toss wide areas from

lin Nobles to New England. BROOKSlUh. BOW) Freocee Fltiek it> .I t, as Ruby

With hundreds of Christmas ten of Naples could do for Lan. The severe d drought termed The Brookside Senior Bowl Ltod*! 178 was the best the

gifts already collected for "To\ sbr gue, would be wholeheartedly re. Ih.InVt. athar Bureau official ae err gathered Tueaday afternoon Petty Pkttry could show.Helen
eke. Children of Honduras" cognized and appreciated both worst In history In parts of for malr league play and Char- Heoson rolled a nice 18': game
the 1 lest; and Midwest has dealt
program, H ajxwars that scoresof by the people of Mile atruggllmf, IM Carr took honors u ha Md Pam Docile a 170. Rose
<"I"lppllng blows to farmers and
little town and by all nf us Inte .
MeeiwUleae nave won something rolled a big 221 Morrtan turned in a 475 act.
ilan \ men. great game
of eated In seeing Langue a Ufa
u early victory in their Head Abrahamson convened
and a nice 623 "rtN.n..e
effort to MIld Yule gifts this bit happier place to live, Meavsoaking ralna are
son to younfeters Infaraua sea "We try to work In many facets needed, desperately to bring rails are the highest seorai this the 8-7-10 split.

Central America y here My wife'a vegetable gar- to thousand of fai mart and bowler has yet reached. HenryHudson
deAl to ,halt, the mounting outbreak of with the PINE 1 L VNESLauretta
John Conroy, one of the apon. cooking classes, house bowling same
sore of the local drive for Christ. to house visits with the local fires in bone-dr forest and tiro- team, The Other, tossed game Fraley 182-466

mil toys, has been notified that nurse and constant friendly bet lands. of 187 and 188 and a 618Mt wee high in the vsacnen's Church

the lift will be chipped gratis chatter with the women about Most of the Far West was out and this team took all League Tuesday night and con-

from New Orleans within the next their homes and children, la" \'F\V riPl\FR \Ff)1TATI J () ,1'\1': o ,i tiun.i 'J! ,n t'r i t I 1.1''I i l ni i I'- ""t of ram the pelted In twit.areas Heavy in the snow region and four from The Youngsters, who verted the 6-7 and s-iOipllti
week by the Standard beginning to show some fruit. M the First
Fruit of
and the, \ .1p'|" s x'11"I' Iliuli Sh.ml \1'Nt I"ld\i < b\ offtu.l! I tl. 1,1,1": I earlier this week and today a have Evan Kelghmer rolling Baptlata Naples
Steamship Line. He haa also been took three out ol four from the
assured by the Honduran "60 LITTLE""I Dodge!! i ('"nipain) 'I, !Naples hi"' l 1.1'1 an POM Tun M "u .-. K:".Im new Paclflr storm moved Inland 187-44':! and John LaCelle 1434S" Christian "
conlulata Dalf ,. Emmanuel
D ann Bob Pond 1\ F\\ s through Oregon setting off The Merry Matters madea
that thetoya will be entered frequently wonder how they AtiMi.uh t photo"
"duty free" In that can maintain such optimistic des more anow In the weeternmountalna clean sweep of the Bear Kali Lutheran won three over Trinity -

to addition country. termination being aa they are and spreading rain as Paul Power wit high man M Tina KIWxe rolled a 1SJ::

toConr sponsors amid so LITTLE They know that along the Pacific Coast with A 168 game and a 442 erne, and Saintly Sinners took

for ceea the and toy program the Junior are the Jay. they are poor Some use their 'Mikado' The mow was expected to move aeries, George Meter hit a ores from Holy Howlers led
Woman'sClub. Comic
Lever Brothers in New Poverty aa a wedge to open Opera PopularAfter Into mountain areas of Utah, 4*\. The Pear Kill had TomThomas by Rose Ins' !MIII'S 178 and

York ti acting aa clearing: house up sympathy But the majority aaatarn Nevada and southern rolling a 181-470 and Phoebe Rown'' 149.\ Joasharp!
merely accept this poverty as the Idaho. Snow also fell In mow- reached a 154 and Susan
for the gift to be sent to Hon. lain Steve Wilhelm 1R7-428. John single
fate of who has had sections of Colorado Ud
durae and an official of the firm anyone never Blok led his Blok Busters to Anderson a IM.
New Mexico
the chance to cheat rob but 'nil heavy rains .
or or
e e
wrote Conboy that "no a I hree point win over the
were reported In
pull himself the influential Years Colorado
hu ever received Such enthuala. strings of another up on, Nearly Eighty where the atate'i gloo.miUloa GUIICI, intpes aa he<< scored Glenn Llles and Harry riouMr -
.tie response." He stated tied for honors in the Men' ,
that '
"Among the kids this sc. winter wheat TOP 'is threatened a 18r game and a 490 set,
during lunch hours there are by the lack of rainfall. and Mar] Thomas came In with Church League asClermractr
wrapping parties where ceptance la particularly disturbing Li March of 196\ Gilbert andSwllvan' 1944.196S!! sf.s".i\ lor the Naples the most delightful feature employeea ( 200
but at times beautifUl. There war a chance of rain in a 11\- -4IO.! Joe Roodhouae war a a gaits,
of cumlc Gilbert and bulllvan
donate part of their lunch masterpiece Players In\ div ussliij this pro.
hour Last Christmas there were about "Mikado will celebrate ventral sections of the nation nigh Ion me loaen with a 186- while Harry rollcdrwo2l0gaoas ( ( -
wrapping rifts. opera ductlon with Placers) President
20 of the hardJilt refioM and also made. 581. PuJHojjue
Christmas trees In the townin ate 4and
The Idea of sending gifts to Its 80th birthday This ia a longtime Ray Wain he commented upon LOTS OF FUI"How.ver.n George McCreedy
children between the ages of four which I was working Which for a musical to be around, the factors "'nitrlbutlng t to "Ml Wain roniliided, with showers Indicated from turned In a 188 game scored a M0 game and

and 12 In Langue, Honduras came was the prettiest? Certainly not particularly when one considersthat kado'a longevity, : "perhaps the factor that \moat northeast Tau to the greet e e 67t set, Monty Mw a b20! aeries -

about last summer when Conroy mine, but mine was the one that the work is considered Just "I feel that a number of things oharaiterliea any good Gilbert Ukea. Thunderstorms rumbled rends Shanahan hit one too Nonn Turner 206 and 824
all the children wanted to .... across southeast K.n.... A one
visited his brother Mike Conroy, 'Is Christmas really the same In as popular today aa It every has are responsible for the tremen and Sullivan production I Is the to three.1m.h blanket of snow many pint In the last game Ken Arnold i.c: and Richard!

a Peace Corps Volunteer in been does auccess << "Mikado" over spirit of rollicking fun that per. covered areas in northern and and missed a triplicate as aha Boh re r, M8.rt White tUrned

Langue. America I had to admit? thev were asking'No', "Mikado" will headline the the years," said Wain. ."First .. It The Players captured central Maine, another area rolled games of 133, 132 and In a 1* single and sob

there la the ridiculously impos. title In their production of "HMS badly lj need of moisture 131< In the Women'a Church/ Iwtcker a JOB.
LETTER FROM MIKE 'I wanted to tall them of a fewof
stole plot, haracterlstlc of all Pinafore" In 1958!! ; I'm sure we'lldo sea
Yesterday John Conrov received the storybook Christmases Woman Artist Gilbert and Sullivan worka. It It again In the "Mikado An Associated Press survey League Tuesday night. Buimy
showed some of the major of' for the Holland Salley by virtue .)f
a letter from his brother which most Americana enjoy ButI la apparent from theopenloceur. The Naples Play en' pro. Nelson was high league
Mike thanking residents of Naplesfor left it go merely pointing out lain that here Is a show a per. ductlon of "Mikado" will open arts of the dry conditional ai she reached a 441 series, a four point win Tuesday nightIn

their effort In the toy pro. that we don't eat tamales and Cracks Africa son can lit back, relax and enjoy their season cm November 10 Damages to winter wheat Martha I'Urcy scored a 168 the Rock n' Bowlers over

gram The letter said In parts sugar cakes aa the national without reliving the trials and and 21 at the Junior High< \ School crept mounted Into the millions game and a 438 M', Margaret Wonder Gardena Restaurant

Aa Christmas approaches Christmas dish." Race Barrier tribulations of real It,.. Auditorium. Tickets to "Ml of dollars, with somo farmerathriateuel MHiner rolled a lM-434and now lead the league r>y two

again I can assure you that what. "And does Saint Nicholas go "Second, woven Into this 1m. kado" are now on sale at $2.25 with complete da. Pelvis Allen tossed a 164 genie points, as second place Caribbean
strut'lion of their
ever Naples, or any single cltU to America? chirped up one. JOHANNESBURG South possible plot is a hilarious satire for adults, $1.00 for children crop. and 416 series. MerrellGoWen Realty were. able to take
Hundreds of fires have burnedthouaanda
Of course, I assured him And Africa (APV-It took an African of English: life and customs. Al. Ticket for the entire Naples rolled the high of the only three from Fuller Indus-
what did Saint Nicholas bring of lI're. nf tln< .,.drl game
woman artist Just a few mom. though the operetta ostensibly Players season are also stilt
tries. JUnmle Glbbs are in
RenamedThe tlmlier )land mad forest areas In night a 190, and Judy Rimes
? I asked.
you .Qnothtnl' anta to break down some of this takes place In Japan the people available at )S.50 for adults,
third in
Adirondack Mountains It'. Just that Saint Nocholaa aeea mam party of the Midwest ami turned In a 189 game and 408 spite of s three point
cOWltr, rigid apartheid prey and the way of lIfe at which the $1.00 for children Season or
formerly were known as the ; The Methodists loss to Stone Builders Mod
that we're poor) he doesn't leave ticea spoof Is aimed are readily re individual show ticket may be series took
Peruvian Mountain and did us much. This year he left usa three from the Question! Marks em Masonry and Don's Llfl*
Amid the red-carpeted: luxury cognizable ordered by writing C.R. McCool, ,
not receive their present little car, and we gave It to of one of Johannesburg's top art "Third, all of this hilarity la treasurer, Rt I 801804,Napl...; haat.Television Tlic I Dlablos three from the gen Recall split ::1-2. as did

name until 1838 the baby" salons ZOO black and white fol. clothed in some exceedingly good or by phoning Ray Wain at Midway Clnliilan Plitfieads. and the Carousel Drive In and Imner

!lowers of art craned their neck music One need only mention &.2155. Tickets; may also I h. Mixed Christian two out of UI fharmaoy. Ethel Jones

to view 100 paintings comprts. luch favorites aa "Tit WIllow", purchased at Shepard'a Offl< e DVN ritlA, ,I OWHY three from the Gutter Dusters scored the only 600 series, a
AP vIIIIII".It1l1 Wllt
log the Gladys Mgwflandlu ex. "A ami-ring Minstrel I", "A Supply, Dunlmr Office Supply, "I holds Han left BroukaMa 108 with gales of 178 and IHI .
NI W Ml K ) A
Erie Stanley Gardner Visits hlbltlon' More Human. Mikado", "The Naples Prlntilgcd'mtenyNaples Ho.y-tiji( .oi.i(l AIM will>.-\has- ofltuiappesreit |runt'|' I \
I She la the first African to holda Sun Whose Rays", and "Tb.'Iowlrs Beach Store, The Gallery, the on televlnlon Is rnuk. he had rolled garoel of 101-! single and Katy Mehl hit a 196
one-woman show of this typeIn that Bloom la the Gift and Yarn Baaaar (he Book Elaine
214 and :301 and nice 892Series. Sheldon tossed of
Ing his bimal dehut this week a games
South Africa. Racially mixed Spring" to awaken fond memories Not*, Naples camera Shop, and
aa a television star. He Is Ham HuMe did not miss aspire 187 and IM, Fay Hatcher 179\ ,
parties such as marked the in De Coll Tile
Perry Mason In Hollywood any Colbert and Sullivan fen Company;
opening, are unusual in this The contrast between the rldl. 8. Trunuui, former president of aa he gained hU IC.re.Sd Virginia Mergan ITS and Dame

country colons verse and the beautiful music the United Hates, and the name llsrroun teased g 903 and I8T7 Hatty 1TO. Mary Jo Ubbs

Miss Mgudlandlu who weigh to which It U set la one of of his series la "ttoclsloni The and Norm Robertson 906 was busy convening splits ts
HOLLYWOOD CAp) Erie I'm always closing office and Conflicts of Harry .. Truman. she made :3\MO(
lie pounds and is known to her < and S87. Hub Ram nude a the the fi-u-
Stanley Gardner the one-man opening up new ones because Tw.nty-sl' show have dresdybeen
friends as the Africa Queen 10 and the A-7,
New Era Hits 5U1 whti a 186 and JolinMeny
book factory was In town for a people catch up with m.." was a long way from her African New Itolls-Iloycc <'ompletwl.Ttw game
rare visit to his brainchild Per. Besides his 3000.acre ranch of reason, the aeries an rolled a 1W game and -- --

ry Mason and to make aura the in Riverside County he has 27 In the township Cape Province home Nyanga but war, Comes By Mail exjiiilruitlon of his major dartatom a IM serfs. ., Everett Pager COOL CAT
his acres at Paradise Calif. and morel lie and IM for 814 Wit HIM, hue I IP) I Inrn
defense attorney continues a equally at home the during the eventful yearn a a "
winning ways.Gardner'e houseboat which he keep in the among partyJohannesburg CH EWE, England (AP) Movie Making In the White /lloune has /IHMHIlauniherl Ken Rogers I lIl0 and 803, and mow" I.,1 I j .11|| I",." ,

advent was celebrated delta country of the Sacramento set. Gordon Ignatewlct, a Canadian without the usual nui. carl Chalonder rolled 'to"l.I ,n,, r anJ were .11,1 ,lid '"

by a party given by Ray. River. In these paces and oth. "Sometimes I paint aa"many ear fancier, found a scratch on are la that... 11I sold to Individual of 187-ltt and 188. games r.lIs.I .1l.allg'' 111110' \ .r 11'',"aen
as 10 plcturea a night, aha his new Rolls-Royce! He packed ,, ,...
mond Burr, the Mason of televl. era, he maintain a itaff of all television station around' I" "" cntldltlnM,
lion, for the losers of the 371 to eight secretaries, woo take aald. "I know that if I dontpaint it off from Toronto to the RollIlleadquarter. In Hollywood Uw lulliiii, initeail. ol to one of .M.. lhr> pulli.l Ihr, nil '
I The
I'U mad so ComlllloiaM' Mr
go go in London with .
a ,
Jllionri nl' .
shows during the series' eight the rat-a.tat.tat dictation for his the Drew, nn)per iwtw ,,11. mil I.
years. The platy the Losers books and correspondence painting sharp letter of cOlllpia tat. Most of the JO-old stations 'team had this rennet iraJbsj h .pp,U rul and HI'", 'I ,
"Besides I need the money to The company dispatched another HOLLYWOOD (AP) "It'e hem to I 9-1 the ,
victory over without ,
/ I
Club, a watering place along La "I've forgotten how to operate a whl< li have 1&< shred the aerlea iplmnins '" tv, a.
off creditors"Some the of the
pay new Rolls ut.cratclwdacross changing: guard, laid
former second
place Naples ,,
typewriter. but
Clanega'a restaurant row, have 11'lIJdlld It thin "II.
exhibition clasaUfled > ''wet at a Paramount
guests the Atlantic by rasa k party
Burr didn't appear but doe.ena Hi! output so far' He couldn't her art as delightfully prim. "We couldn't do this for ev. tin-. week Indeed,, the event on various nights and In various Cewwri Stop aa we were able / Bea

of his defeated opponent remember so he had a seen.toy itlve, positively atrocious or erybody" laid Dennis ..< ,ned to symbolise the .newera IIHie i erhOs. to Nil games of, 151. IM slit
did. Gardner himself was a phone the ranch office. The crudely crazy a company spokesman Williams"but >rf HoUywond Mm maktag 11,u Truman series ha! been a IM for 8 MB .series hlghru

grumbling participant "My report came backs 123 books. Aa a result of the exhibition Gordon is only S end the car the i host of toe Beverly tUUaM IIMIK i mm In the making The rolled In several 1 years irxienafctod Golden Gate
ears are bad and I have no gift Including 74 Perry Masons; four aha sold 12 paint Inge for |MO. was a 4.inch model" '" I bash wuG.os.pWljenr, fill 11.1 11aeldent originally IIn.I. Ron and Jim'a 7V t"t ti .
for small talk," he complained now at the publisher or in the m'' president of Peraatount. I tun-1, mill> an agreement with i nova Into second by l/z i 1.,1",

earlier. But he seemed to have works Till, guest t of honor wastes stu. pr",hi., .r David Susselml tomats aa) they took three fro, ," I I in'I GuestFREE
no complaint as he posed for II ",.-hoUr show for net.
'1 used to do two to four Masons di new produexlo heed, How.att National Bard Linda Saud"Il ) -
photograph with three of the w<"i k l.r a year, plus two under the Koeh. Welteer ekeee the rolled a ;oa:! arid a i I" f
more luscious losers Joyce Uses 1939 Model Lincoln don iliA'" Ant etiown to netw -
''N' sjMeMee
name of A. A. Fair Gardner the TV i
Jameson, Kathie Browne and "ik-', witch were not Intern*. foursome ar >?IM
I' I "nation for Koch a Vice
Lisa Gays aald. "But lately I've gotten ..I. 'drown Mt a 163 game, >ire, I ,
idency till
In a more relaxed mood sidetracked Into other Interests pi. company itm'II, (,'ii"' producer ol ttieiww Call a 161.l and Joyce J "rJ* ,
n e two executive seemed to
Gardner lounged at the Holly lot For of Instance research, I've on Baja been California doing a. For Commuting To School Him' 4y the nee breed of movie M "*., Mid the pilot films 1116 for >he bankers. K.IIU FLORIDAORANGES

woo4 Hill home of his partner, and have made expedition t ti''n' Gone newt for J. L. w"i'" m'/ ',le without Strong ** u. Mull tossed the high guys: ,,

Cornwall Jackson and Gall Pa. down there I'm also producing i"er ere the pioneering no,1'v, n' and amounted to a the night as she hit "a "''II'<

trick she the executive pro. a book about houseboats And MIDDLETON, Maaa (AP) blind, an Intercom system and 'llrlGl1Wefl.'1 1 In their place .ui, '. ', ""I( Truman, fteai'i*, .r H, good lor a 4>n terlrKadi '
ducer of the CBS series He U a Those who commute to a rnll.JowB window Alit as" I been disappointed by
rye been doing a great deal ofInvestigation school that acee* JM' the hardworking men who Campbell scored I 'I', -
chunky, tweed-suited man In the Superstition with Bradburn Barrows, II, rates the passenger from till tuv, climbed from the l lower lie, i 1''"* audiewe rating of Us 403 and the Heull irug Ira
whose quiet manner la In eon. travel In comfort and style for chauffeur '0,010, fine ,rle. in Winston 'burr-hill.
about the Lost ,
went ,
Mountains on to win three fro
trial to the enormous energy he Dutchman mine." elgn" to today's & .r dden. "Tide la the greatest" said ( )cyo.bors Woltner, M, 11'in.n. ", however wantel a Barenl'i
hat poured into his work over Bradburn drives a shlay, young Barrows today. "We ..."ed with Parawots 42in lel.d,11)1I! serle and ultimately Heataurant. JeareitYemleclmn'a
the yean."I "Run out of ideas he aald. black, cylinder Lincoln Itm.ousine dldnt know awn contort whenI i ago In Us ajroreaeakf lab Ui. nc'it' were aqulreJ byUrrwii 177 and 'IttiPrice'l r ryrp

come to Hollywood aa little ''1 don't think I ever will, u that's 9Vt feet long and was driving my lOa hot-rod' m, !UM Island. Hew TerUrK '" Anne. .Grades wee aa.sici 1A4 were. high t t,,,
u possible Gardner fitted with hood ,, ?...11" i'''*, e the aeries Becky who aplli with" 'Hank
re. long as I maintain a variety of out like a living room no and no root (,, I 41, began la tin plydee
marked. "People are apt to experience., I try to make each It has leather upholstery, "We've had aa many aa 17 in IJ.' 'oiwrn deperta efit U Oni.v "Mr. Tiumin' had tile final of Naples as barb Hayes roll.

trample me to death, lid 1 I new Perry Mason better than teakwood paneling tout pillOws the car At drtve4e theater we .oJ.. New York crfOe In sac t lent I fcmt '....1111I mule ed 199 game and a 47 set.. NN'k

tart to get behind In my work. i I the last one." chromium fl ors, window invite young people from other 19'1 i came to Hotlywand the m'>r> ti.", five minor changes .Ingram. ct.vrobid;/, / Nancy

ears to -loin ee and- all--. around- -'- n in_ Mi" tag year and got a Jet aa Hi tii, *. tilt," OradHa sell Keee nigh with a 170 as they l l
a crowd librarian tQk "Ill ,w' tnok, of cobra wu
a n at CMltury.elseoMe rook three from Anchor hour
..W.'.. the t h... it our ,....rc.." .
had '
tootHlI .
f valise
nf"i" w t t Fran 'Hamilton win/. Inc" 1 1'1 nee sap I.oe'
birthday I parses and evenamokeouis numker. ef till Mftf 'u 8oJnarI.. continue a 111 '.It' i, renews' pllll' rs
in ike wheeler.ileetere to I.J I the park in tile MeMM gars Cheaaari ina car. t" s leis t" n' ts it| ,our .jilt '
For the unkaWlkf, Barrow n.. ,, arty honoring Sob teetua.nuaaber .l .p rating, ike Induilry dine over i'any I'anrry tsI n4g.' H,.. HI pint| j ,lt.. 01|t'.,

explain thai a eMteout Is Iv'' ot eie er.eter! wfc., owe, r4eilrk of popularity. I Lucille Lord Furred In a 4T. aim (K.t.ry i, tin frftt one is.
when bunch tf M A rHewitrhed". Is In M .,.1 i series, Agatha t wry 443 and ,.
a around 1ft, MOM Ms rrta**. Jar. Cal 00 p'' ".ii mil us r aT4L in the rat HnUing cigar and w. e, looking fat eeesajk to 1la' 41,4 i CBS1"pevtkovt Jui.. I "J' 1'f Sate Seed
cigarettes with all ... windows I.. IIIIOdIer cavalry akeree, tilt I,** lumped up into tt.ir.I i

h s 19 and the blinds dews. m.1: kU first public iffearL I".IU'. ", M FREE c.uOllHE

4i Run Meltard. 1), Mother since kla recent o}
r("npsm" sill ef MM .<*.. > flnetra, who rarely' "r'Nrc: The fugitive," 'I.> with a FREE TRADING STAMPS

5 ..ae "M K-cuptee es. It's bunter rll, ,. I suck affair, eftewftf lIP M k Van Dyke SkewM .
f ..'1111. MeftkM ,1. > low cost PHI! FISHING
than "T Mlllv
MMlng arawd getting i monslrate that kU Nlsh > .I !*>T MO tACKL I
It i r'.1t1. via IbMiti rents % n Show QoiMr r',1.: ,

hat',., *aMne teat trying to .,, dryness win ....... pM nteoj. (t'..'.M.' .," "Tlui Andy f.i ffii, WANT ADMOW Fq .., AUTO TOUR

?111 pete 'ith the eekool buses't.jt < Owner, Metatte Wane:, 1lcn. ./." "Ueeie.ciuaeMed ." ".. r J IsN a 'rrdsnDA1" ILiOANT'

i he move Ices I peck into ',. e MaharU.avhrard >"*"/ tonight "" ,
DM *r 'he more there are inMP er neeM Me Newp. KiMare," NBC, llSO..iJf) I i iflrd : HI! PR/VATS

u f..r "-aa *, fcMnee ,.... ,
.. Ti,,,x i'.it make ItWyUndvrjr ,, Clint Walker. Ha> 0'. ,1' f ooMii "*Wt. |Care* > 'y )ten Asa/e rare ANtlTOf

.1'f't. > an) more. cede ear la a i' Trevor Howard, ..... >' >!**,' UH .;,.' Dt, .X. 'ljCWd" )

r Ira m",.jel end ..'. not eaaeilrgernie : I I.,. I. KIU, tUiabetk AlaM.Gw.Lyesey r.<
lal rmeuajniun. I bet ,,, Karl MiMee, :.<" I tIAIhe ><., BEAUTIFULLAKE
I *",i"' cat ..... uilee a pike ft lo MoMalken, OUkeet Ho.U If ,? KELLY AT TH*

itWe' EskSMftd O'Brien, RIIIIer1II s,; : YELLOWAND
4efed aa eteee aa SO rIINWINE \r .

milr* M .me tta e, an4 tin gas present were were.
trek mt* t even nail And the. m Sahara like George Corrane BLUE

:*>*, "., wkee the oU WU a Ca, ri. Heeff 15e.'I OOO 9ION
aattfta v ,ocAlIl quarts" /. N0ant Hots, Otir,

y.wnt Harrows oUalaed the t 'iger, Merryii. Lsrow.. W||. FOR DETAILS 1
1O Un? In recently Uirovgl i: 'soar.esi. tfRuf

lilt father H Lionel Barrowa, can eetknaM !low $9" ''p'IN

Sr venr'C ,i an aialeieeHc ... '5,0 deals. "en..begun. er ecn Dews MFAMMCAHUXDCOKPOfUWH

aetiing m< i tae for kawttngT dI', I at the PsraateeM jsnjs N"Se.. ep
HOME WITIilN \ MOVIE .J .. r, r.. e 'i.f Barrows add. he I.' power was present t.

af.'ry; p. .. r, 4"I. .411 ( a "C Uaeoln from a n tut film 1! BMwtee. tv, C.II.LUFF't.

were h' used r t. > I. K HI I r o; ..I, "' \*'"l M. ., Harrw' >* near. or seemed iM .king *, stJrux Mt'f 't Mr .i i 'aua Mmtker at '
*''B i'I e i,j't, '' at we a a : '' s t1" .1. !//tr ,It. a pr .,. -, T t.J: I "> .lw retan-jr u ec-epi 't* bartender. .. ." M r two IMea.ei

moA tt < "i i' t > a. a t' t .. 1e'b.Ka:: ,1\. ?r. ) .r',. t I !1.11:. t t a If!) Mxlel, T -, m,,' ai wake "IIttr., 'f r fail A.e 1.'hNAPLES ../: '
and T' TD I'' urt r h., '.r t .r13. I '. ired' 'e .11 "J FLA > .>-. Ml 7JIT|



Hflfe Priday Night For Eagles 'Homecoming'

-- -

Final GameAt out SO points against fort HutchinsonDies
Meade, but the latter club was .r
weakened by injuries and could +r

Home for ifftfeM. I representative a

Coach Glenn Odham telles on

Naples FansBY only 14 boys to do nearly all ;

of Cebrfag's offensive ind defensive

DAVID LYON work The line |j ml: ,

and heavy and I* led by gtxr !- d
Naples High School's football
6f, itfr-Muid series. guard
team ousel out Its .sea
Jim Tompkins Near the 2nn(
schedule here at 8 p.m. Friday mark y Fred . . . . .
when U host ft strong Sebrtng are guard Billy Folsom
homeeonP at affil JJaM ttwvte lad" ( ager of
squad In the annual Leroy Pepper. All are veterans i- d whose N.plw. FI*., Thundtr. N.v.mbw 12. I 1@N
ing game.A 1- ed
from last
parade, dances crown* year y died early
of Scouts rate left and Bobby e a + The
big the homecoming: queen 1'1
wfil make for a busy Weekend Purvis 6-3 and 190 pounds showing

for Naples student aid. tktmAAnd #4 team** befit recetw, .Hi) was International In

the football team win lave tefcrasj 'N net etlltaeJi often, N on

Streaks Its hands from full SOD against ring. die Blue since unnecessary Sebrlng to usually take to the finds air it, ) i' last returned. For US. Track

The Eagles In the throes Three ol&ebrtnsf.boar suiting N "
backs of last In n
of their loslngest season since year are f t li With
the backfield this Halfbacks than racing
season. 893,362, more any
1959. have lost their list two had
Steve Coltharp U rated r thoroughbred In history. He Is
toudndowns .v
games by three die team'a best all-around back, manager the first to be voted best U. S.
Morris went to
each. Coach
Jerry and halfback .. horse more than once with a
hopes the homecoming pageantcan a good runner.Many Jeff Roepstorffis Ridley THIS IS THE WAY Hon !Snidow defensive end of the Washington Redskins right demo came *! to fifth In the offing.

boost the Eagles to their Is onstratei the fierce determination and reckless abandon-not to mention body EnglishHutcbinlOn. The 13th International was a
a newcomer a 200-pound
second victory. Maples has lost that goes into rushing the passer. Aur. In two-horse Yankee race from the
fullback with fine
six and tied one. The lone speed ,. start and the closest at the fin.
triumph to date was over Bare- --- --- eager of ,, Ish 13'/i' lengths behind

sots After Cardinal tomorrow Mooney., the ,Eagles STRONG. defensive RUSHSebring' strategyis Polly Riley Golfer Spends 1961 Louis for- land's Kelso Dragging- was In Russia's behind were Anllln.Ire.

will rest until November 88, to put a heavy rush on the SECRoundup Cincinnati rid. Biscayne, France's BellSlcambre
Venezuela's Prlmor.
when they end the long foe's first and second downs, his Illness ,
Italy's Veronese and Ja.
with a Thanksglvlng-eve trip then drop back into a pass- Most Of Time Now At WorkFORT Hospital the pan's Ryu ForeUAcclamation
to Okeechobee High.ALWAYS defense formation on third down presence of Kelso by the

and long yardage. The defen. but he crowd of 97,800 was delayed for
AP) ward serious, competitive golf
( Reds until
TIGHT live line has good Initial speed. "Let .W put rHItT this way," a sport in which she has par. an 20 minutes while the stewards
Sebring and Naples have met Defenders pouring into the smiled Polly Rlley tlclpated actively for more than quit. \ .., considered a foul filed by Wal.

three times previously. The Naples backfield have contri- "I always wanted to ride a two decadea. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Bear ter Blum, Jockey on Gun Bow.

clubs battled to ties (n 1891 buted heavily to the Eagles' Jackass to the bottom <>1 the She Is recognized aa one of the U the football coaches at Auburn five The stewards didn't see it.

and 1963. and in 1963 the Blue losses of the past two weeks. Grand Canyon, and sac<> one day 1 finest amateur golfers ever to and the University of Geor- Dec. 24 the Blum admitted that Kelsodidn't

Streaks capitalized on a long Naples has not been able to DID."I'm trudge down a fairway In a I gin are given to whistling at of his with Gun make Bow physical as the contact two.quar.d

pass to pull out a 6-0 victory. protect its passers nor have glad now that I did, but skirt. practice, the tune of the week learning .
Fans Friday will see die enough time to execute running I wouldn't ever want to do It Pleaaant, attractive and articulate might very well be "Something's He a mile away from the threeslxteenthsof finish
usual sound well-balanced again." PoUy now devotes most Got to Give" Feb. 29
pliya.Coaches. of her time to her Job with an the "But I felt that he was Intlml.
The anecdote partially reflects Coach .
Vince Dooley of the Reds'
bring team that has character- have resorted
to using Joy dating me and made me change
attitude to- aircraft firm. She holds the title
Iud Blue Streak squads In some T-formstion plays to Miss Rlley's 'of departmental assistant to the ,Bulldogs has been emphasizing by July my course," said Blum. "If

other years The club features provide variety for defender president, a title which she .a)'. ,team offense that this a first-rate week, warning perform his ,St.up road Louis run I there was any possibility of a

a quick, good-sized line and from tile llaual'lngla-w1ng diet, Is meaningless.She reversal of the decision owed
once Will be needed to catch the 'Cincinnati
a grind-em-out offense. DA ., liei'toooulsteMline Clay Laughs At is Involved In public r,latlons Tigers Saturday. He took It to the owners have the and stewards the racing look
In to
Last week Sabring growno'.. bloc ". die was a key activities "but we don'thave Meanwhile, Auburn coach to enter public
(h offenslvetroll' a public\ relations office as it ,at the film."
factor Naples' Writers Who're Ralph Jprdan anticipates a run. clnnatl ( him
Brown lIes UM week at Miami The such." nlnz game from Georgia the his Job.
Jimmy Eagles would,> off one or She Joined the firm In 1955 at Southeastern Con c.1n Before

two good gains then get stopped Picking ListonBOSTON the height of a golfing career test. He's been trying to beef up as Crystal Ball
National that produced victories In every
League I the Tilers' defense, already thesecond pitcher In
lot no gain on following\ the
(AP) Champion major amateur event except theUSGA I ) stingiest In the nation.The the he
". Is laughing at the Auburn team spent most league Shows WinnersIn
Casslus Clay .
Of WeekNEW will be minus end :
Player Naples A native of San Antonio,
boxing writers and other so. I of Wednesday's practice session losses, is
Rlohard Woodruff who cracked called experts who have la. her golf has been played as a I on kicking Jordan reasons that had he
YORK (AP) Old de. some ribs In the Miami resident of Fort Worth. SEC TiltsBy
stalled challenger Sonny Listonaa I the Georgia game will dependon 1942
pendable Jimmy Brown came Central and two other "I won my first tournament, and service.As ft,.
game the favorite for their heavy. I field goal attempts
through with another o) his the Women's West Texas, InI KELSO STURGEON
Plt. ends are recuperating from bout next a
weight championship punts.
entail 10&plus yard 1942 she said "Just before my ATLANTA (AP) With the
Clark and .
the Cleveland B n.lr.. Blur knee ailments. Monday. 10th birthday." Cautioned that Elsewhere In the SECt was crystal ball in the stop for some

day and Joined the club M this monthsBaas are figured to get "A thousand newsman picked" this revealed her age :38, she Tennessee moots Mississippi touch, much needed repairs, pickingthe
week' Associated Press Player tomorrow.Clark Llaton before the last fight he curled a finger through her hair Saturday and both teams held tient. winners of this week's South.
of the Week in the National as a starter along with Bus leered "but what happened?" and replied. passing drills Wednesday. Mis.slsslppl When eastern Con terence footballgame.

football League. Ritchie. He noted Uston has been In. "II'. pretty h /d to hidethe had some effective pass. took It out is about as easy as con.
Brown rambled 111 yards onIS Interior linemen who probably stalled the favorite again and gray tells It." InC by Jim Weatherly, Jimmy) clubhouse vtnclng on.', teen-age daughterthat

carries and scored once lethe will start Include center asked."Don't. Since 1955, her tournament Iteldel and Charles Myers while ers. aha doesn't need the tele
Browns' S4.M victory ever they ever learn?" quarterbacks Art Gallffa and After phone.
Jenkins have been fprogresilvely
the stubborn Waihtngton Red. Terry Rose guards Wayne and Clay, who prefers the name appearances more curtailed each David Leaks did most of the !lleved he The bowl pressure Is on and
and Lee Treadwell.
skins. Jim's touchdown was the Muhammad All, Insisted year" Nevertheless, she baa tossing for Tennessee. would some teams that were expectedto
101st of his brilliant career. tackles Brad Unkeleas.ndBruce Wednesday he will have the last worked five, or six into her Aerial practice was the rule, flee, ghMs'i IS, finish high but have run into
Harris. In the backfieldwill laugh too at Starkvllle where Missis throwing
Down through the\ years schedule annually. unexpected defeat are fighting
Brown has amassed 10d or moreyards be Van Weeks, Bob Koch, "Liston's a slow, old man," Polly struck her first golf ballas slppl State finished heavy prep. to salvage a \little gridiron re.
rushing In a record total Billy Bryan,and Donald W.Iker, Clay said. ''I ran rut him easy. a child after moving herewith aratlons for Its game Saturdayat ken.When spect. Add this to the fact that

of 48 different games Brown Walker received a slight knee, I'll allcehle ice up" her family from Oklahoma Louisiana Mate some teams that were expectedto

had four big days this season, Injury 4i practice Wednesday Clay was honored for the "I was pretty much a tomboy SLU alternated offense and would bring up the rear are fightingfor
raining 188, 149, 104 and then but should be all right tomor- laughs he haa given others The when we \lived In Tulia/, and defense, with the offense work. step out, a bowl chance and It will
Harvard Lampoon student tog on blocking Later )
a assignments
Ill yards. I'IW mother didn't think that was too give you a headache
It is largely through Brown's publication devoted to satire, good" against Maroon defenses The with Without a doubt this weekend

efforts that Cleveland 4oldtwogame I honored him as Athlete of the Thus, her mother helped arrange Tigers also emphasized passing time, for the most Interesting game In the
edge In the wrtVs The Records Year for having brought humor a golf game. with quarterbacks Billy Etell their South-possibly tn the nation-
Eastern Conference with only NAPLES, 1-6-1 back to the gloomy boxing pic. "1 readily decided this was and Pat Screen !doing the throw. exposed matches the unbeaten Crimson

five games to play Jim leads Arcadia 0.18 lure the greatest thing since sliced Ing. rassment Tide of Alabama and once-beat.
all the rushers M lI.u4I.nt, lie) Vendee U-M The Lampoon is Nit known bread," she recalled. f'You Florida has an open date Sa. him will en Georgia Tech at Atlanta.
yards for the season on ITt eer K ft. Myers 6-lt for Its annual awards to Holly could Just tee up a ball and hit It turday so coach Ray Graves This game pairs two men who>
rles, a lead of 108 yards on run* Clawlltonla wood stars for Worst Perform. as hard. you wanted." will have time to wait on In. tie, won would like nothing better than

ner.up Jim Taylor c4 Greta Punts Cords 6-6 ance By A Male Actor, etc Her greatest moment came II) Juries to two key players. the to beat the other It has been
Clay showed no sign of humor Middle guard Bill Rlchbourgand first said Alabama'sPaul
Bay. 1948 when she was selected to that If either
Card Mooney 33.' while going four rounds with his offensive tackle John Watt. named be
Taylor also had himself an represent the Until States In Bryant or Tech's Bobby
outstanding day Sunday with Us Fort Myers 18-33 favorite sparmate, Cody Jones Curtis Cup competition, which Icy sat out drills Wednesday be. the Year Dndd could win this game by a
third lOOtplua effort el the ear Miami Central 0-19 Llaton boxed five rounds matches America's lop women cause of fUreupe with old knee His big margin either probably
eon aa he gained 146 yards OB It Wednesday, giving him a total amateurs against their prUah( Injuries. Florida's next opponent trolt A !would be glad to announce his
carries against Ut ttxtfk %* 5E M-4 of 148 since he started training counterpart If Florida State Nov 11. T, and tee. retirement right after the final
troll Uona' defense to t f freearoof> M-d for the attempt to recover the She won that first match The Star of the SEC, unbeaten On

Packer victory, Lake Wales T-3T crown he loet In lilaml. went on to play In five more second: ranked Alabama has Red to gun.The contest Is a real grudge

Baltimore' amailng {QukJt CIoIWLatOl1NQ Liston wouldn't talk to the Cup contests and \\n 1984 was been working on Its passing Tlgera.. match and It. long history IB
fullback y'I'/ i *el OUediobee 10-. writers after his wet'out. A named non-playing captain ot game Md defensive play in prep his the dotted with controveray There
off 128 yard: in U tries lathe JCllllmmee10 camp spokesman acid the challenger the U.8 team. Her team won by aratlon for Salurday't meeting fifth in and are no words to describe how

Colts' 40.24 romp over the Oa Is getting tighter each the greatest margin ever-* with lOth.ranked Georgia Techat : non badly each team wants this MT) day and had hassle with trainer tie
a Atlanta.
fending champion OaJcaco Meade triumph, she contends, which Namath, Alabama's pinpoint
ron eo-tt Seattle *
Bears. Willie Reddish Tuesday provided satisfaction Kentucky, who faces Baylor ex passer, will be ready to go
------' Saturday, want through a heavy year In the game and his play alone
workout which Coach Charlie season "It should be enough to make the
Bradshaw called "fairly good." nals. ," difference.

Another SEC contest Saturday 18116 1 and his Keep In mind, too, that "Bama
pits Tufane against Vanderbllt.Uston again, has one of the fastest line of
in 19S9,
WHATEVER Reds on all scrimmage in the land andyou've
A got an unbeatable < om

11 To 9Favorite was blnatlon.
Look for both teams to try to
YOUR 1981, -
Over control the ball In an effort to
tilt New pin
keep the other from acorn.if
Cassius ClayLAS game Another factor to consider is
were a
PURPOSEOUR that Alabama la 8-0 against thebest
MIl to I
PRESTIGE VEGAS, Nev. (AP) in the land and that TechIs

Bookmakers have ported Sassy 1941 to 7.1 against some rather substandard
Liston aa an 11.9 favorite te re* have opposition The final

gain the world heavyweight! lick It Alabama 21. Georgia Tech 0.QlorJla'a .
w ;
boxing title from Caaslus Ctojr > Bulldogs are mi

PURPOSE IS TO In their rematch Monday eight 4 Port longer a aleeper but stand as a
fulUledged SEC power this sea
Betters in moderate
have kept Liston the fa= son. They will Journey to Au.
burn this time around and I lock
since he ec Md at 1J-5. won .
coach Vince Dooley to beat
SAVE YOU MONEY Us old master Ralph Jordan

The final Georgia IS, Auburn 1
Tennessee has Its house In ..>II'.
der and looks like U can iJay
with the best of them But look
With our LOW COST The Age x With fsrteeal
for Mississippi to kill the Volunteers' .
,.. slim bowl chum as The
I final la aa upsets Mississippi 14,

ECONOMY .. sold Tennessee II
A **!*'4.bl .(. qr, tmpamIbk Another upset should tike
BANK AUTO LOANS fee p.ee.ctel f.u. ]rurh place at Lexington where the revamped .
Hilly, kom. u4 kuniMMMiMt Wildcats of KentuckyUke
e every UojribU threat .
oa Baylor If '
.I Iw N.iweh. 5 ais.d t.. Kentucky an
rem of protec1l. guere.ted cone up with any kind of e pas
by c_,.",.. at eryu..tl4n.aIQM.SL I defense U CIA whip the Bears
again The final: Kentucky *5.
5r1 I 1 I Baylor S4.

Louisiana Slate, the but of
The BANK / NAPLES the rest la the 'conference111

asve a real fight against ktuslsslppl -.

4 Stale. The Anal LSI 7,
1111211(1 mssisslppt State aVanderbUt

will bounce tack
: ; tK 3 from tta spot toes to Kentirky
G"w'.t.( wlAIe.leee5, d L! UJ SIto west ar easy city "ever ,.....

/ Ce11ar t&MMr Ste'. 949 1ft" Phase Nrphe. ; TelenetSeasoa's lane The. ttaal: VaaderbUt SO,

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ntpln! Ha.. Thurtday. Nov.mb. 12 I 964 7


SERVfCimm J JI Contaminants In Space

f oft AHtOUR Problem For ScientistsLOS t ; t I.

ANutLES (AP) tound in breath, perti l l it(?.+-i

4 iw lists Ale l womltn Increa and body waste.

NEEDS! ugl1 ",oil ", ne,1 about a tIMId "Hone of these oc' ursfai,',., : '

I I'lIblll"lr.ltll! 1 ) rot lorn that mutt be prone amounts lit, .i !", 1 I'' Ii i 1

solve before: groups of mm can _environment" Weber nail i. Lut / /h 1 1

- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS slay more than a few days InMiaie. In a small cabin they bull,! in tlethsJ .<

concentrations 11q ,,.rt

The problem is what to do periods of time."

I ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERS I I'fJ with the from hundreds men and of machinery contaminants

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BLROE.RIar 'that can pollute air In space PUBLIC NOTICE

6Hi.Uft. ships.
MEADORS' In teats in tightly closed I IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE
989 Airport Rood. AM TWELFTH JUDICIAL I CIRl' 'l I! tIN
H =/'t 'ear Al chambers on the ground the** AND FOR

o I 12pm f.stow,.. JEWELRY contaminants have caused pain. COLLIER COUNTY CHANCERY. FLORIDAIN Announcement1 14-Hlp Wanted M.le : 49- Houtet For Rent

Gilt Jewelry Antlajuos sNn-Ilpn 'M3* _Uoo M'' a ,ou till akin rash, violent na..... art NO 2'11 \t.KAs; MEAn'V' SAI.ON C.len.ad, N'i.n..',, Pin T..o b'o' he i. n '.. ''I b,""
M.NA owl eMore Unpaired mental performance.On ALLAH FARM INCa nvm.n. Dsh..woM.r' t.ulhl" : .
Troll oufaltltr limit 111 PIP ,ill AVE 10 Pier id* corporationM 1071 7th ]| South l.nl s.. Chill Napi05' '"om l b.II, "." Mm., ..
long trips they could ace* viol-" crnr of llth A.. t Cloy 11/4 If lJ per TI ''h .. i>urintal
BARBER mulate In would Strut A..d..h'' "'in (I'h0ls.'
SHOPS amounts that Ml""'
l/llff1 '
ROSSI I'S prove fatsi.Millions. Flo,,... corporal, and PETEP 15-S.le. Help wanted HIM 11/3--- M
( Barb.r Shop. of dollars have been l> UNIFORM Qolf ,
LQMTEK and Clot to Hull and opeelou
L FLOMTEK ha wife. "if alive or it I ..'oom Houto **
ft x spent by Industry and *. .', and Full tlm "I ,.l .
Thro* Moator Borb.rt 1m TOM cover dug. hit or her unknown hair do tars w* have adds men went tonal or yearly 1 INN. lt/t Mir
NAPLES ... T H. ACCURATELY: vljPrompt h1'i{ 1I ment agencies in an effort to vie*** laaet*** er peMes. and/or Canoe aura. ad"M4 Molmbeck and Also Ml I roil ale' Coqu,na *andtNowlv
rM and all I .on' or virus ciim I LINNII'UNIFORM SHOP 111N ,
Two Ma... Identify and filter out these pr decorate and 'urn thed
Fro Delivery l a .n S sh., hfoli t r.'l: by ,d.r.n."n'. orain, lilt H.nd'l It F| Myer*. fla. 1 bodroom CIU non". f..,
O'. E.c.pl Sun DON'S l pollutants. Tie most ambitious the named *, and all par 7 0111SWAMP N..''*. 100 Conor'.v.. .
o ';.. End far Hot or nerton. Alvin. or cla,mini, 16-Hp! Available .H '
Gray Hair project so Is a Jl.S.mllllon! !GGY to teetonal 0n. r.nlai
'P. ,01i.1S/ hi .,..' and lethe ,
Natural Way LIGGETT REXALL 1al any r ml. or n' in C.ll Mt I ,*** Ho rlnlint ,
M j: facility In the Aerospace Medl. P.nnr5, d.trribed at lollowaLott _
Utlnj/ Hotr '. Moploe, Shopping Conlor 2-2136 J-10 PASERVICE y' cal Research Laboratories a.tWrtcht.Patt.raon v o> M S7 M M M M and PICTURES Nieh Mhoel araduele would, like eNrem' hou.. rampl.l.iy'
Block' I 01 furnlthod '.nl..llv ''CIted
U ol .ubd'o" at
lob .,
) ,
CLEANERS Air Force UiNI I ot NAPLES PARK ..rrordMs Minted photos of Swamp Ndndqwork.' reliable. mt and seams r..t.i' 11110 ohs' IItII,

INSURANCE STATIONS Base, Ohio, where four Rasa to 'in. Plat lharoof rocordod in Baggy eventa may b* ptjf "i1.1" Cp' INI anllyWrite lie* Ml' I i"I/ 111011 I
Plot Book 4 pe,. I. ol Ih. PubIM IlnR
walled domes have been erectedto Record of Colh.r County. Florida. chisel from .
JERRY'SDRY JAEGER INSURANCE Defendant* 50-Room* For Rent
BOB'SSERVICE study men under simulated! NOTICE OF IUITTO TOM McGRATH

CLEANING () IAV1 space cabin conditions QUIET TITLE 21-loit A Found
MON. '-I".,
Phetoirrapher Room and Bo.i'i Phun. Ml
.ONEDAYt No results
,: ( 0NCRPlR' | STATION have been re. FLORIDA lift and 8t SoW MII.S, 7 .JH ______ 1\/1_!_It
SERVICE' } but : "
NAPLM' leased eimuch ls known to fTHE DtFINOANTI'IR 1.1 N kq Nor1h Narlit 1
/ I < INOPPINa' CSNTBR Mechanic Rood Wry,c. show that the problem of foul "ll FLONTIK and Qu"I ceo.. PI.h C.m .. ,.!HI. hind Pipe Rid INwnd gall 53-Lltlinflt Wanted
842 6th Ave So. Ml. 2.7390 NORTH TRAIL Ml. .-n.. OIl -ut". W.''''", TIK. hi* wife, if aliva. (lit : '|<.na Paia now haa now MI. INPI 1111111
air In spa p nblns is serious. tcyier tlroot. Punts Oorda FlorMo ::
4040 North T 001III/ 2 38(7 tlre beat Manama at W. art in dire nest. ol good
One of or Fort L.udndals. Florida or a' ...
the top scientist III ** r.nl.H .an.' or yearly Al
Palm Boach County Florida or "llOleOd 73-Mitt. For Sale
this MI 14113 uraaonl n.* /four 7 bdri> 'n
research is Dr. Thomas B. lo hit' or her unknown hairteevla Baata Motor Bail nma or ..... for 9 tbrury
SHOE REPAIR Weber formerly with the Autos .** lesatoot' or sranto orony Tacklo Quid.. C l..a and larch:
... ..
l.hama Bed
I lit
and all poraon or < claim '-- -
pace Medical Center at Brooki Ins by throuih under or ...."., j/thtH; tS fnr- I Seta Bod lit Attoc'tt..
v'1ffltlio .. Rafr a.rater |r* Phil N Kyt Hildy Olio
dI/waJ' ,. YOU CAN ADVERTISEIN i Wftf; : [ Air Force Base Tex., and now AND TO 1 I*" flirt* Bikt, III for the ROBERT H
!: manager of advanced researchfor AM p.r 111' or portoni havina orOlaMnins '14 Anden.0 Drive two JAEGER
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS THIS SPACE space engineering at Deck. any nsnl" title, or Intnnt loll '.U'" I Braided. lOuh Oval, shape .... R 1roh..,
wh... mallnf a burck.i from C Mal or full, f In and lo 'h. tollowlnii doribdDrepany l c'reulo' iralfee N..I.. aloo.n" ('hr 701 I'775
N_ ad..r i..r. H* IntereiT4I CALL Ml 2-2107 S '.'.. .H..,. \ man Instrument. Inc., Fullerton t'tuala' In Collier County 3BoirMofon Ate 1 rug lit
Florida' *
Calf .
I '".. ") about your retpom 'FOR DETAILS. OfTft OVARTfH> Weber Lett .ioOir"u.. M M tt M and Ml / till attar I PM SSStoreoffice
soya all space-cabin 17 ol aubdlvinon of Block I of
Cal Im Av So MI J HQ3 simulation Unit I of NAPLES PARK, accordIns ....1" go IIa
experiments so far to th* Pl.( lhrol rocordldFlorid. thane. In ...n... puny forCM 'i e.imout home md fruit Otfic* .,an tor rant ru.nlColony
have had to he railed off clinic III Plat, look I pas. I .1 Iii tat 01 tin b.uliful tt ChrIs S pw55t 111111 Corp ,lt> SIN An. s?
a few las tM.aUM nf ai>i>umil.latlon Public Raordl 01 COnl.r C."ly Cr.ft Twin, (r>.,n.i. Hd. I)lice 11Cdr Ml > MM 'I I I II
Bunkt, 0pih ',n'.", '.rch
w .1Nn
of toxic .'J.'t-in-; ; the YOU and acli of you ar. net, t.ant Cuttom mad Cuthiona. I ultra it .p. in*ralt. S7HouseFor Sate
closed atmospheres tIM that a lull lo quit' till lo Id* end Cock Pit, Covra U.boa b ,dp.l 0..tont len5.ltan eel
abav. dotcribod hat bnf '"m 'Ct":: Ml. 713.0 end Ml. Rent
property tt eleetric
Confidence h.mpoer II
Increasing In "This may be the reason Rus. *d pain, you. and yen ere her 1 >'"> W\ttn itN N.piM Furnilur*_ Co IISNIT Period tale by owner I bad

sla's recent three-man space by required to .*'v. copy ol youraniwr Fl a.lrn IN tkiff iai I Ull.te ba.k bar aloel* like room. I b.ih Cal house en
to In* oomploinl OJA INooliinlitra Chris' fr.fi fnim*, Teal Ml lilt* Tl/l If .i' 111.101. MI 141st.N .
flight which how chao.
I was expected to .".....y.. BOllltPRUNTV Dcka. Nub O.rxh Plnar, 0(11 II
tart several days, ended aJler MARTIN a OOODWIN' ...... Pllnl .nd Varnlah. ... MOORINOt I 1 Bdroom.
tea Ain.i.v' BuiMins' Miami, ,..,.... I Skipper'> MrMl 26-PrtonlALCOHOLIC
only 14 hours, Weber said In an Sail,. *nd III. th* oriimol" in tho I Mi! .n9L 1 7 bath, homa I.c.ll.nl. CondiI
Business Feeds On ItselfBy interview "Monitoring systems offleo ol th* Clirk ., th* Circuit 17 ft Chrii Craft aluminum AN9NVMOU on Eicipllonal Buy
Cary on or bfor Nevmbr M. MARLOWE BECK
may have shown a buildup otcontt.mlnanta $34.4, othtrwia, th* olliien* of boat .ld. curlimt *nd lop Man or womon wih drmklngprblmt
Two ,II HP II Johnson Ath for tall
Motor help by REALTOR
: and said complaint' will bo tknThh
caused early ......- N lib ".. Tr.il.r, A I condition, na MI I Oil Violins eordiallywolaomod / .I1 rill, Av. toMl
SAM DAWSON row's production schedules of.uppU.rs. ''up In the middle and late 1950s cancellation. ) nolle' shell b. ....bU.II.. one t.1I I. will AralIon Jaap ......,n.* in Firalaplitl Mil. 3 140) I MIT

AP Business News Analyst Inflation also fires la. that has supplied a governor to "0Itl.. an answer Is found yjt..l"n'; :'; Nw tour wk In Th. Ut" sllsr II b JO PM i "". 'M al llh Church Ave every Ann.>Twit on and lib 171 Illh II 1 North

NSW: YORK (AP) Recently tor's demands for more pay the current 45-month! old upturnIn this Is a definite threat to our BATED inn IHh day of Oetob.r >r.. n,jhl .l e Ml P M NEW. .7 bedroom Eltclr 7 bath Done I,
010' kilch.n Uld
rowing business confidence Is and generally means rising personal the business cycle It disc our. own plans tor a manned orbiting labs.MARGARET T 'COTT.CI. S-BuSlnese Opp. .ly room' acrn.d porch, Oi
now feeding on Itself. Even the Incomes. D feeds laboratory and It could delay 33-Servlcet Offered r.|*. Hat and Air Con Ill 100
manage.mint's .
Increases Circuit
aged price becauseo ... .. ,
the E, .h.h. .. .. ".Ioan lurI. MM dawn 1101 par munch ?'
danger that some observers desire to raise price t some one else always seemed' Apollo program to land men CLERK tIALJ I.., Co-tact loa".,,, Han lust, and I.... ,nciiidid

glimpse on distant horizons are protect future profits from Increasing willing to furnish a product at on the moon" By Dputy INK Clerk! MAfJILL' li/i.tot Fifth Ave e SEA WALLS VINCE CONBOY

paradoxically promising a fat. costs, so dollar sales the old price. Working under Air Force Belle. Pointy CONCRETE WOOD ROCK
ter economy In the week and figure expand. Consumer also contracts, Weber has devised Marlin a Qoadwln 111 NNMAvo .,...,
Now the long upturn In sales tea Alntl.y' 1u1111n" 12-Help Wanted Foundation Piles 1155
months Just ahead. usually cut down on saving and Instruments to collect and Iden- Miam' Florida
and production ten put most ol Ill THII naw I *R nom* alIH
These that tit) more than 400 contaminants Fer Plaintiff' M......, ... .......... Ocxki-Moorlng Whips
are signs Inflation. spend more when Inflation 1* In the once Idle facilities to work. Oat 7Nov t It II. IU4houM .1. nln| lor IIIH I Av* ** 114 IMCOIIMAN
try psychology be the air and merchants and given off by the human body foda reunteln Lunch Room IAOIN Aulmt BOY "..17575,
may purveyor Many lolarv. drydoctiABBOTT {
.. Ml
compeAa** are planning to 'WIiSL/e/ N / ) commonaur wIth M th 50N
:rUTAILltH..IHT .. __
at last to build of and by spaee-cabln equipment Must .
UPJ a flood of service seem more expand to meet current PULKNeA rty have aipnnc* and
new order that point to a prosperous.The demand and the healthy 80 far he has found 10 that are !W S Celli.r?',!'*"!* w" t eoa, 1m ROYAL' NAPORMost .
Newa Radio Read
prospects of County
growth In Inventories after long growth in Inventories potentially lethal, Including A public haanni will ii held br I" altraeliva. I ..,..* ;
larger market ahead IhSNrd N ChImie1M0r1.I
1041 ISMS 1447 ball "..... on eutalendine. Mevortokkinp
stability) plans to Increase which apparently Is starting will The expansion wUl highly explosive hydrogen given .1 the Cou.. rIO' Nailit. PINION WANTID 19 unto Npl. Bay f n.
spending tor new plants and mean higher sale total for Help boost off by water used In cooling ,I. .| II M clack A. M T.....d., dew/nnl :in CNN., w/111 36-Wnled To ", .,11 veal a* a n<...t Ih.
the economy this winter and off Doc.", ,,*, I IM4, to conidr vitas 11...,.,ah Product idf Buy r.sN.rt. la offrd wilh" '"
equipment; blossoming of con. producer In the months ahead. next spring Some of It will still systems) orals, given by I.rim.nl, of a bulkhead I /lin* in cem ood oarnmea' yaar around Na .,1 .'Iu'n.'n..n. .' b*
electrical equipment and am. pi',me* with" rhapUr 17 Mi. tetlon Capital rouird Writ Raw puriiatad f, well bo
sumer optimism through talk The will a euro
economy glow Whether be going 01a year from now. mania acetone and alooIIol.Heetho'cn hil7 Florida ".'10'.* The pro '.'.h fA j 140 II Mmplii. u.plub.r InJII WeATeTOowl row *., / INI Pn .ppn'nl.
that recessions are things of the Its a healthy rlowwW.de.pend It make the Immediate future "posh lln. lying 'in Ih* EH ./ the Tins *o dilion 5hllea,1 Prop ", .", (.,r' Ml I4MI .r dr,,*

past; shrinkage of excess pro. on the Inventories being look that much the brighter. Ands yip If"" rolllr af 1II' clion,County 17. Twp Florida lie, Mans* ill I1,..o Meinltnente Co lilt t'tt Ird it out I* Royal Harbor .'"<* 'n i
10/11 Hundr
ductlon facilities that long have passed along In consumer sale U It builds up future A map 01 pal of Ih* ,propadI 13-Help Went Female day SV'bTONIwr -
provided strong Otherwise businessmen will surpluses Wins I may b* n.mined at th* offie* IS-Auto For Sale .
competitive and there' 1 SR bnnio
no proof that If 01 "* County I n.,.**, or *l the AIM AbU

forces. tart living off these accumula. will that would still be quite Poll In Landslide oil In oIn. County Enilnrlns. /k for NIUH'.*'.bI'1A551'*..*.. shop ova,in MAl1/N..,.. Cir.l conwru.lion, NAPLII on 'N"i'HIHI
'lint in
I iii Florida .
N.pl. durin .
Alone or In combination these dons and stop ordering. rsuI Collier, Cwnly BM TOP GRADE Utf O CARt
awhile <
off.Vets'. I I.. worhme hour :.r' H.it 5 l I 10 Wilh
could cause trouble some month One of the current signs that WASKINOTDN (AP) It was BOARD opCOUNTY -Pflaa1.gipl.v COLLIER COUNTY DOWN In."o., '
from now by bringing on the should Beethoven by landslide COMMIMIONERt.I Lady rnlwnlMrin u LI Mlf tae u* about Illo* is
excess.es economy keep on a big. AD) wrtlina 10 lrn Alto. **.NI'ait MOTORS
that would destroy the cur. growing for a time Is that Industry pr than the one PresidentJohnson Maraarot T **MI. Clark inuurirI, phone .ne urn :mast: : >:,
By R W Sony / IS rasNi.0ioi, Wrda N. Latl ell..... II.v1 .hunerodt onM do towerd Ihe ael ef your new
rent business upswing. 1s announcing plans to spend Total T chalked up when the Dopuly Cl.ru Sri, All Cal..... CwMt Cowl Chry.l.rt end Ptywotrlha 11

But In the Immediate future more for new plants and equip National symphony Orchestra o,111 Nov I. il, IH4 S44I I" Nsu.N Lwtriod wt. ply AM ill mulS WILLIAM 1 ITON. I INC':
., For Milo a** "... Rad *r I.1/S.r.. '/
each holds promise of pushingthe ment. Supplier will prosper logged the retarns to Its favorite ...n'''' APIII,, Dan's one *f bio. I,ear *aimn. weed MI. V"
economy to still loftier lev.els. And the plans are based on con. symphonic composer poll. tlI NEARING: L ji M.. 'II Pms M'l t* mf ier Plrmoulfl }Ul5t' d-.f"t.\! \ ;;.. I I R Cat

fldence that the economy has !In an awesome display of UtA'LI''I"' lady for yr round employ. Jep Mh everMietf lira* A I IeefidilKM I room end bath rental
Drops Below mu. mail .l Priln.rt Dry C/.. ., |4M 1711 efler t lp: <, y HUM TnmIt to*
Inflation psychology usually new heights to climb. But wor. steal popularity, the Bonn genl. I",apu loan:. N hierleg Cods: ::'iJUJJ** D.pt Must be aap.bio el sail f-* |IM me tol I IM

leads Industrial purchasing rler can point out that In the us got 61.7 per cent of the vote .i ,'l., Cout... ..., foot"iSaeiet' hand Iromne ,Pt.... apply m lfetM.y fil..n N
agents to advance their tlmeta. past over expansion has led to In a field of M a little better '. .! II 0* ocloek' AM Toad.1rOn.rnb.r Il1nIf .I" Leundy Ill! MI/ ...; rebel lb al.ih Din. Oarae
I. IH4, M tonotd.r Mab aiIwaMf I Ton Air Conditioner. end!
bees to beat expected price rt. Idle production facilities.It 22 than the 61.4 per cent Johnson '..",".n' ol _I line com I and' senior Diah' wether Furni.hd, Of uo
Million .,i ..,I"... e..../hhag., iai WIn ffr Op user F> 11 11711 .. .. .
ii .
es, and thus they spur tomor. is just such a surplus built scored In another sort of conical f". "ri i --. w.nlad Ml t/fl or14SIF JOO UK Ave North, : I4IMri4 turn '" III KM III Itih AveF'hai
Us /Ir.C: TbeTie. I H )' 5' JL 4Ht //" If
week. Immediately behind '..i line Let I. to* .lterftl.'j. -risli Ti.rniiEld.l

* ** * * * 'a days For of the World first War tlm 0, saw tile estl.the Beethoven are, Brahma were and Slbella.>Tchaikovsky Mo. t I.i ,,,"' r.'I I T.s :W*:Ames eA Nap iii.. eel. d pr.f.rrad icrlry u.rod (na P.rmenoM lypMl sr/Ml. .. .full_nm,_r*. H. rope at IIM'I/I -.1.""'Ilr. : rnom'1 I. tr"'ao ble Wwld. IManl.. rontidarronln loll

mated at : : ,r.- 3 dar wk PHeno for nt.r L.N II_/. I.
number veterans In civlllan The "" / a N1ta
<0' 10,. C..nlv I...... y.*w *m"IhMl L.....' IN Inn IMALtTJITAlT
ballots M it Mi .
100 Years Ago life haa dropped below the malted 1I, oo yto sub. nil of T.CeIIiiI lnppser10l I MM14Help 11/11 It 41-Truclt Tractors I surf CI i lug. Mm Nice

22 million mark Melvin T Dts. scribers alb. tie general public. t I", NaNN. '......., doting Ingo bedroom fu'nith*prtmn| oriv.l.' All
Over tea *
on of the Fla Depl of Veter.an About 1.000 ballot were re.arlled. '' I. nirbpy" 'r Wanted M le OMC TRUCKS lrM many ...,...*. nit* lawn Pilm
Affair reported today ( COUNTY COMMlMiONtM.raaret Oat the bet Iraqis fer your P....I'I seaI ae* down Own

THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDABy There were an atliaated" IB.. \I all T tMM. Clerk ...."__ ntonan met ..ond..eeI I land wptopty m.o.yN ivvr OMC INC. rl e or(HIM| M4 Ave* .,North..*'. aoeie Ml'
ma' **
9M.OOO veteran In civilian tile Ry R W '..tty. Good tl\ :: U/ll Ifar
PUBLIC NOTICE tcap* work w.*N paid tin tt North :
Florida I ibrary It lliii"n< al onimieaioe on July $1, It**, the latest dart n INew OJOetriV t. Ch II,>r IH4* amiMOTICC 1 hl>dyt Call/ Ml t llA: (l il4 of lit fpntmnl tempnnary ....,._ Sr..IHO* *n Blv1. bodroom Coort span.mint ..

CIVil f for which ataUstlc are no" "ih wrn4 por,h
far enteanial < wen
available Of APPLICATION FOR TAX DUO wt "UOA. bites, I 42-M cKlnry Equip :Mk"; .a./way fit |oe
of himMlf *.
* * * * * 1" By way uf comparison, there Ill "" *."*. "**" of .*. *mart*,'.*H.fA* H* Nat th. c*of Coke <.,...., with .*...., *nd 711 110 rnariM"v. M Coo Rasher MI. 1 tilt

were approximately 4,400,000 l'.*. olr1./Klto55N/.d seed h/tll.r.,.. tar a 'a. ... N be55,04 pally.1 n ry and trame vanit lo e owl* put.0 ad ::.*.,., "f"-4", II':: Aay eel'

November 1 II 1 Lieutenant Commander E. Sunpomt, veteraas in civilian life, sad. of = IeKe00.nomoa In and wi,;r."*.of*"itenanio d the dnee'rnen 0,110 World t lines PMI Con bolor on*; rue pump.....,"" den Sl-lcti For Sale
*' *re aa fonvwoj
moot Ire hat en 10.0101.r Ro**>litiar. 4' 4 m' ......
U.S.S honomit blockade at' cut Pa**. Apelachi- <* were World War TC1uc' '.
on duty
: C.rtAolt. A MAN We ten
/ \x1I; "ARSON
Oeeorfstten of pip* *d hd .
Property **** leiVot '
cola, informs Federal Rear Admiral C. R. Stnbli |. commending I veterans when the attach OB ills' him |..*.."'.*. **'iarypiut : .. pwme,'sMPa5"r;"
Pearl Rerbur brought the nt '! *_ 'Mi"hHi4 ,- pht oltow s.1gleM.. hel Ch.. ireeiorM Rnu.0/ul 501. Qast 04iglben"
United cCnM.; :
the Eait Gulf Blockade Squadron that according BfWjfftffrs anti ." /'. It R etoiMne eliot trailer sew N'.I It god in* MM* ia
states Into World War Q. i .... Palp..0 Proem :.r spnlw IM* Chew .... .IN rosial55 /,antlId ..**. attor bur.n .
to information that he has, "There are no troops on the Inereaslnj steadUy a* the eer.rUeme ol IMI K f a* *.,.. toe All.....* Mortsa Ce au MI. body Contael DM Weimer I 'y MN sink
between Columbus and Chtttahoochee but the S Trill ; I" N I ..e''.<*. there orNeo I rodI i.w Ao,IolatLNdar
rover tc
of World War Died .. .. ,..;;;.;
1ctI mi N "., ". *.. *< sus ONt V"1,1. ".reu., ..
latter place there u stationed oo large company, wader later tl the Koree Cent Ict the ':'Il Pea t of ME WIa aN. A V Loe Laaada or K. ....., wrt on M..u i. 0* !SiNO ftu.hei..1It OlafI41FI : ONU. Wai.MDEWEY
M." a 1t!
J. L. Dunham C. S. Army numbering (it u arid.) 140 tweed lo civilian puraajlts, tile IM rrt mi' ojtj s &' urt j-.. N.Nte1M, Ialand'Dw0100mM/' .* ,.Ifca I
MM t>er of votaries IB the IN Marc 'Island rMr>. lollluel POLLY
aetionre 4-MobJe
men, and having with them a battery of 4 HUM Captain '14 of IMI. Mb ". r. Home
fced an aU....e hisji flU> i/11 .1' u.n I, fyofyn, L NoHmtbb
Dunham according 10 this report, haa hn headquarter en I REALTY
7HOOOtn March MS. I IWO NwO. 1,1dN ear
board the tide-wheel rive boat WHY,i.."., "in whack ctI ''M'' NWN M NWN e1 Nlll M. 14. Je pb S,04am1.50 PUBLIC Nortci kr..0d ,n paled Lita/55 uK ,n

The ,July 31, 1N4 breakdown tenNav.aIl ...,_, ....a* Traitor .
he cruiser down the nver about 40 or f 0 mile in a atiaigJtt of wisdom show that 4,571, / a .INI, :: I. OWy 1: \I :, NPs.into P Owsie ".It .... .411 *.... 4 t*ara t:"Ossy I l.1.,Ne RNaet 104

line through a pJanutio aged tola Florida below Rtchoe'i 000 vMpred the Kor.eaa T.p R. II IAn CtwTirirATrCQ.pOCATt, tiP' I Tawemi'Treit

Bluff The Confederate camp it quartered on than shoes were Camntct atone 11.... u/ ..... s1.Nrly Lary 'n the tai of c.. Male pi ,'-- THE NAME OlliOLUTiONIN AND *V tHfAulHORirv 45-TfiUrt; for Rent lollnii'wfl HIMJul
aicn esn....... .. ... Ii
U.s ? Nbe ,....es04 /0. o THE IfAf* ofFI.R.OA
i half mile. out from Chailahooche near the" ,,...1. There were World War U t.a.ffaet :: ': = "" urt.t: M. iOW/N :Ir..J: freitorf 14 le wrlh

are no tenu in the the men ikeping out aa a regular 1. 18,000 were WorN War I vet.era IM .. 'Mt. .........:.: t'nr ':IN sow .: M. ro AH TO WHOM t-MEtf Pots I' TV, 113N. w*:a = to Norm*ff the Trail. -/1 Alt
area DO... Who. WIt'clI 's M. It. ley pi 0......_. .lM. (NT* MAll COM OUdTlNOI Hock' Crook; TrerlO'. alr.Ive. ..u.I. ..
** and ...OGO.... vbtenaisef MN .. .. twMk Priee .
practice. The river steamtxwta, according. ; to tint report, .... ...r I MoO Where MAROI.6 IVNfONtcartelele tin "
an fomerfoej New Vork BLANCHE Aoaef'oleei '
other war or
that are running between Columbui and! CJuitahuochee "A..A..T T IOOTT OREftv New York Now *.. 4tWTfeiUr OtM Void MertdntNoblo
>dar military wal.knlhmestmentors. R Parti., Spate .
-b LYNN New V. "; w".tI
arc the Idrboq/ Mtmatftyn, and the Mnall tcemwhceleri CfretM Coot Vas dd on MM .Illh < : '
Inrhided la this nantreare day *
feet inches.. '"'''' -..e, Plorid ......., AD.Htt. <... .. k* Ooc *.-"....-.! c-I I POLLY
drawing two two abets u,00ofpeMA Asaeri.an NwCLICKIi! St 11l.NM .ncorpoe'ee) voder of MI* I Ooab -. Ramp. N* Mb'dMM. DEWEY
November Lieutenant Oneral V J. War Mterens dud II ..... 115 Mot* ef Florid* TRiAn&ii, ram ble .rly rofltoi Ad ,
12-Answering PORAfiOM a torpor Mwn ..1n .>. .S Torn loft i* ad. of low REALTY
Hjrdee kommanding Confederate faces in South Carolina *. ** Is* Infiao War pr test, pN. of .. NA of Cpr> Rood BeyoTl Me .
Age M Asaerlee yXeraaisdvltta NOTICE Of APPLICATION 'OR TAX 010Cony Kfl ro>LilR COtjieTv ... In.
Georgia, and Florid, Union General Foster today ''I Mad tl H.f4t: '4 who'**. t"' b I Die' Filly, ".....
>. Its* range fros nearthe .,Nt0aev.IYte 1"s. J_ 1/e.. baN00 of Qc cwawat.on *.. ': ih* rim Its ,r 4t-Ap. For Rent Se.... 'hot Ae ..... sue
wnto' 'In' reply to your letter of October It. P proposing ItO mark for dOM cf the 1M.'a.001'' Tn.",nl l pNN .OIl .._,..<..." .ear a 11i ..... N .4! !O'lo.. A 0 ,INS MUM lo .. Yawlomr. TrNIMI
of the several department :: K.N 1.150,0. ant N Ieseeg i's. ,0 the oftic of UM Iwo,". 71134S9'Acreage
an rn lunge pntoneri of war in our Indlaa War N p.(4.n'.d 1st a.t:
( tftaU AMen. o.mN .n .n .11S/se I0/ t v> %.*<. MM Mote ef P Nwe..n. /eielMtd l.0rywNd far r

I have the honor to inform you thai I have received Las War veteran* to a* .****.'* Ctl1.I..r. O'Nre.i* N Pseatr --M. NN 0acm.0r.'I -n-I"-: :" red v? M MI Nast I
will ef 2&J IJT Korean 0 r l.1lw .. N.1NwIn. .
information from VasfMigtoa that no exchango bem4 yurt Coav .f INI LitO IeiN ages Trod Ir. M Asee1N 101....... ... _'.. lite d.isiI.too ., s... SO, No s n .......,... MIp */
ir ((except m the field of battle so provHied in tW aid tera/o TTio sear *.. lea .g.ii iM ?nrM lit{: uI y tre >'*.h MM oNtwn one
of M of ,Yea Now -....* tho toa rent ."i room ..I..... eel 171 /t no p., mellh. Ne m100M,
AnerlcMWarvet. Mrrfteloneet.
cartel I ] without. apscial ."lbonIJt'Ofe 1 free* lk* vDepartmeec. ., Beuu i : TIegNM// .:: it l'a As/0450 MMepe. .e. $... duos NNr Msli is IA.50'NwH 1a N ON mdi hoe., GWM

." I I U I IA I! any uteras M M Ia TO Were War I t* .< mt Iii lot rt. r 1.11pIP. l.. Lucite ......... e., rodjckromontf bed that ho *MTIM |' ......b yf Mr./ I eJJ.
u. u year toe tat R : .,
Ka . .
boat niwdilaM rmeymnj of slum f men lA U.i$ World War U 'M.rsns,4Syeare.with 'IINI, I.'e ( Swu NWN OW t. N Ma.41ev >*) "' ''ltm a WMIRIO aiih i boos ...... .. Mi ftf rnl tor irartor tf Mil it* Mr**,

HJk H.4ta*, Acting Lieutenant Charlct H. Rock. 1 Red{: d E N.ffh M. b.nao M'ownto the mt bead and k... -.. MtIf' It'lf ". c.+*.".* PalM, t M Hove,, Tanb M R,one N

.til. and the U.S.S 'Sill, A.I.nlli I Iieutinant Robert B i .. r .e. be. .n .... C.." eW Ce1Ner. State dl I50sN. N.0,004 f>ie"*sty>. ot Oreef TaHpaioaM, tool *** th/M. r.kI. v... ( .. o..lir {*Li*ek ocr a.1' Phon MI jjool u/u tf
0- .-." ......._ or theAesea ,". M ., MNI MM TNINTv MINfM at**>i*> ( *'.T-p7fcns;-
neioend do,
Smith atiempcsd to dnlroy a c.nftokUII ult werki on e ed w enk 00 Ne..dN.. Is TOtR AO also 1443Mt 7,4151rCBS ANr 0001 N11.e
: ,h.1ayi w.1"v ... gat..a saUN.1u w. N s.M rM red,
a rnonr,miance near Tale Bey. but ... duets 1 beak a montS ; uoom:: ieW-: : .M.n'. leyM N.OiseMN: -, 1it sy si'N.r TOM ADAMt If II.'. TIDE M'WM. m Inv I'lH Irntti,loao$!*dots,
th, ir hat by Southern ca.alrr One federal II Dace '""" NI dey N "Coo.C ,lit I'.L pea
'iowcosfWANT Nw II LIN 9Hl M..1bld 1Nn ssp ice
"unUJ end updated sod five men reportedl. hue >*OARf T KOTT. .... MW. .Yi1 Fm,' N. ( ?t y OlMM

J< H eJ I I' ,,,.blr rhne "men Mraiglcd from the part urn' I CirotHI C... .

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I COUJH QQUNTY Mws. Nfw, M... 1I|.|.|.|,. Ne ewhw '12, !"*' Order Mistrial ?5 U.S.

t 1 f __ LBJ Host JudgesGo

1 116 At Meeting In 18 Year Old To Prison-

Murder Case i 1Ar To MexkM For Looksee

! Naples Cruise Club CEUNA Tenn (AP-A son's LEWJ BURG. Pa (AP) -<
100,0004nile-year search for Thlrty-flve federal Judge went
his father's killer came to an. to prison today to take a long,
I other temporary dead end today hard look at the way they pot
when the second degree murder a man behind bars and the effect
I Plans Busy Season trial of Orover Jones ended In Iv / \ CITY, Tex. (AP) of the punishment

a mistrial. President Johnson and the The Judges are participating
Judge John A. Mitchell declared president elect of Mexico Gus. In a three-day sentencing laMit-
I The Naples Cruise Club held Lea Thomas, Ed Anderson, the mistrial at the Itat.'. tavo Dill Ordas, meet Informal. ute and today's agenda was to
! its monthly dinner meeting In Virgil Waite, Mrs. Mttt Aaettn request on grounds that two ly here today: take them on a tour at the fed.
the auditorium of the Tahltlan and Claude King were appointed character witnesses for the 65 The 53-year-old Dlas Ordu eral penitentiary at Lewlabur,.
Congress Cove Inn Tuesday with to serve on a cruise commit. yeer-old Indianapolis handyman and his wife were flying direct With Warden O.G. Blackwell
lit members and guests at. tee. Cruises suggested by memo were related to members of the from Mexico City to Johnson's u host, they were to begin the
tending. Commander Bill Drum. hers were to Flamingo and one ranch near here for a day and a day with a briefing on the faelllties .
heller presided and plans were through the Okeeobobee water Jury.He did not announce plans for half of get. cqualnted talks. at the institution and fin.
discussed for a busy winter sea. way. a new trial Immediately. An elaborate barbecue spread Ish by sitting In on an actual
son. Sunday, November 15, was an. In his motion, Dlst Atty Gen awaited them. The Presidentand parole hearing.At .
mounted u pot luck dinner day Baxter Key Jr. said Mrs Eldon Mrs Johnson wanted to get noon, the visitors were togo
at 2 p.m. and all members were Long is a sister of Juror Robert s the hands.acrosi.the-oorder ses.sions to the staff dining room
urged to attend. Alice Wise, Jackson and Lester Brown is a started In a relaxed to eat a prison m.alln the com.
Jax Cops Lose chairman of the Luau Commit. brother-in.law to Juror Eula friendly atmosphere. pany of some 30 inmates.

tee, announced January 23 as Cop.... Earlier this year, Johnsonmet Blackwell said this would give
the date of the Luau and stated The case presented to the all. 1. twice with Mexican Presl. the Jurists, the prison officials
Move Shut
To It would be held at Skippers Mar. male Jury In the three-day trial I- dent Adolfo Lopes Mateos and the prisoners an opportunity .

Ina. Details will be announced was based on the work of Web once in California for two days to exchange views.

FBI Agents Up are future date. by Lee, 51, Tompklnsville Ky., NEA Telephoto) and again In September when "We didn't pick the worst or
Ed Shaner, James Shook and son of Newt Lee, (4, who was the Q Chaml III area at El Paso the best prisoners," he said.
Marshall Austin were appointed struck down by a car Dec. 31, TESTIFIES- took 18 years of investigation) ) b1111", WolhLeo. Thompkinsville. Ky. was returned to Mexico. "We tried to pick the average
JACKSONVILLE (AP)-There to assist Jack Messmer, Harry 1B44. was ready to make his accusation Then hi' < |haged: !lia" dnncr( Jones, an Indianapolis. Officials stressed that this prisoner. It's funny but whenwe

wont be any federal court shae. Wooten and Gwllyn Prldeaux on The Jury received the case Ind, handyman was the auto 1st who wa 111\ lied m 'the hnand-run death of Lee's latest meeting would be unoffi. were picking the men, we
kles to prevent FBI agents from the Florida Cruise Council Com. tale Wednesday. It was unableto father in 1944 The case is now on trial m <(clma Unn Photo shows Lee. left, pointIng clal and Informal because DlasOr had an enormous amount of re
testifying when five Jacksonville mlttee. The Initial meeting of the reach a verdict In an hour of to a map showing where his father wai struck da i will not be sworn in until quests."
policemen go to trial next weekon council has been set for January deliberating, and was Instruct.ed Dec. I. Lewisburg Is one of six fed.
charges they took bribes to 16n and members were urged by the Judge to "work on It' Handshakes and embrazos eral penitentiaries in the cons

permit gambling. to assist Chairman Messmer overnight. The mistrial motion embracing a welcome guest try. It was opened in 1932 and
Four of the defendants lost an in making plans. came when It returned today. Jap Leftist Protest Over take the place of cannon salutes presently consists of the main
effort to head off FBI testimony Don Schlerf Skipper's. Mar. Welby Lee testified that he and honor guards Afterwards prison and two small work

Wednesday They asked U.S. Ina offered the services of the eliminated 18 suspects before there may be a joint statementbut camps
District Court Injunctions sup. marina as headquarters for the centering his amateur sleuthing no formal communique. It's Inmates, Blackwell said,
pressing evidence gathered by Cruise Club and announced that efforts on Jones in January, Government officials speculated run the "gamut all the way
FBI agents. They also asked all fishing, exploring, cruisingor 1902. He said he confronted the sessions would Include from the good old country boot.
$400,000 damages from five FBI social activities, will be post Jones with his evidence three Visit Of Nuclear Sub Flops Important general discussions of legger" to the murderer.
men and Hodges McGee a Negro ed there. times before presenting It to a international Latln.Amerlcan The warden said no addition.al .
who allegedly made payoffsto At the end of the business meet. grand Jury. and bilateral problems.Today's security precautions were
police and aided in recording ing, films showing members As he did to Lee in person, schedule called for necessary In arranging the tour.
conversations about the trans wrecking a building, loading It Jones denied he was the driver, SASEBO.'horn Japan (AP) 000 persons their leaders had: I see no reason why they should the President and Mrs. Johnsonto It's no rarity for Judges to
actions. elder Crewmen the U.S. nuclear predicted have any trouble now." visit the institution
on a barge and building the Ta- said he had never seen the Blackwell
meet the Diat Ordaa at
Judge Bryan Simpson deniedboth Milan shelter on their picnic Lee and wasn't even in Tonnes submarine Sea Dragon wentsightseeing The Sea Dragon, first nuclear. The leftists claimed the sub's the ranch Some plane 150 remarked. The major differencethis
requests. He told attorneysfor grounds at Little Marco Pass see when he was killed. unmolested In SUt. powered warship to visit the visit Is a step toward Introduction will airstrip time is In the size of the
the suspended police officers were shown by Angle Peorlo. A His divorced wife, who for. bo today shortly after Japanese only nation ever atom bombed, of nuclear weapons Into guests Then the be on hand. group.Of .

that they were premature In go. film on fishing and boating made merly lived In this Cumberland riot police broke up a leftist sit- arrived Ibis morning for a Japan. his to President the ranch barbecue will lead the 33 federal Judges, 32
Ing Into federal court. by the Whaler Boat Company, mountain country, backed up down protest that fell far shortof three-day recreational visit. The Washington officials have guests are of the 3rd Circuit Court of
He said could follow the its organisers' estimates.The Japanese admittedthe pointed out the Sea and picnic grounds under the oak
they was also shown by Peorlo and his testimony. Jones blamed his government Dragon trees the Pedernales Appeals-comprised of Pennsyl.
along Riv.
normal channels of appealing George Rock. Indictment on trouble with his only violence was a grappling sub only after extensive other attack.type submarines in er that runs In front of the white vents, New Jersey, Delawareand
through state courts before going Lovell Meadors was appointed ln.laws, who had told Lee that match between some 200 tests to make certain that It the Pacific Fleet which may the Virgin Islands-and the
to the federal leftist students and who brought no of call In the months ahead not frame and stone ranch house.
judiciary.In cruise tamer to collect the five Jones was the driver."I police danger radioactive are others are visiting Judges sit.
effect, Judge Simpson said, cent penalty from each member dispersed the sltdown attempt. contamination. armed with nuclear-tipped The menu features brisket of ting In on the Institute.
they were appealing a ruling by not wearing their Cruise Club told him 1 didn't do it. I No Incident Involving Amerl. The ylJlt brought strong me. weapons beef and beef ribs; barbecuedover
Judge A. Lloyd Layton of Duval Identification button Meadors didn't have a car. In fact we cans were reported lion from opponents of the con. open fires, and also barbe.

County Criminal Court. Judge collected a total of 40 cents In didn't have enough money to Police maintained a strong ervatlve government. Public cued chicken and sausage. Blame Ruptured
Layton had refused to suppress fines. buy clothes for the kids to go to guard at the U.s. Navy base In demonstrations however have Auxiliary Sale Tonight there will be an Infor.
the evidence gathered by FBI school" the southern Japanese port. been minor compared to those mal dinner at the ranch house Brake Line For

agents. Jones said he was not even in They were uncertain whetherthe that swept the country when the Set For FridayToys for the Mexican and U.S. par.

Attorneys for the policemen mi YOUR c Tennessee the day the elder Lee demonstrators had with. government. concluded the U.S.. ties Rear End CrashA
contended their constitutional LICENSE ii I was run down by a car while drawn to regroup or had aban. Japan security treaty in 1960. and used clothing for ruptured brake line was
rights were violated when fed. DURIHGWURBIRJH crossing the road In front of his doned their protest because they As the Sea Dragon moved to children will be told Friday blamed for an accident at 6;01
era! agents gathered evidence house failed to draw the 10,000 to IS,. Its mooring buoy about 2,000 lit 2 fjan. in the KwUt Chest o'clock last night at the Intersection .
for state courts MONTH r demonstrators marched to the parking lot by members of Naples Rainmakers Out of the Trail and Seventh

.U.S. Navy base In a cold drizzle Hospital Auxiliary Junior Avenue, North.According ,

and milled around In front of Its League No. 2. Again Now It'sMassachusetts to the police report,
gates. They pulled back at noon This Is one of the organize.tlon's ; James D. Hitchcock 3139 Gordon
: for lunch, then came back for annual Avenue, East Naples, was headed
an afternoon sltdowu demon. pro. north on the Trail and stopped
icons, and members are hoping
stratlon. at the stop light at the Inter.
NOW. About 200 members of the ul. for a good turnout and a successful FITCHBURG, Mass. (AP) section Judy Stacy 1101 Rose.

tra.left Zengakuren Students sale. Back when the country was mary Lane, was following behind
Association charged when police younger Pueblo Indians did a. him and attempted to stop when
began forcibly hauling them off masked dance to bring rain. her brake line broke causing her
the tour-lane street leading to Pilot Lands Jet Hopi Indians snake ianced for to crash Into the rear end of
the big American base Many of rain. Tribal medicine men trot. his car. Damage was estimatedat
the students wore crash hel. ted out their strongest magic for $100 to the Stacy car and at
mats, and injuries apparently With 64 Aboard; the same end. $200 to Hitchcock's car.
wert limited to bloody noses Now ralnmaklng Is being tried No
one was Injured in the accident
Get a free bruises and scratches. Dies In CockpitNEW again this time in Massachu and no arrests were made
The major part of the demon. setts. No snake dancing is In. Officer Gary Young made the In.
strators mostly Socialist and volved or magic -just science.But .
YORK (AP) A pilot vestlgatlon.
leftist labor unionists landed a jet at Kennedy Inter. as the Indian rain doctor
watched the student-police national Airport with 64 passen. found out, the results are uncer.
struggle but did not Join in. Aft. gars from England Wednesday tan, and even if rain falls, no Plan New MoveTo
check-up on your car er police had cleared out the night, then collapsed and died In one can te sure the rainmakingcaused
students, the others left volun. the cockpit. lbDesplt. *
tarily. SO the continued effortsof Unify Cuban
Kazlraleri Fraser, pilot of .
Navy men, Including some the British Overseas Airways a professional rainmaker,
crewmen from the Sea Dragon, Corp. Boeing 707, had made a only .07 of an inch of drlttly
insurancethis Anti-Castroites
home or business began leaving the base soon aft.er "beautiful landing," said copilot rain has fallen on this drought

for routine shore leaves. Michael King. King took over stricken highly industrializedcity MIAMI
(AP) A movementto
The commander of the Sea in the past 48 hours.
the controls while other crew. unify Cuba's
largest political
Dragon Capt. Douglas B. Guthe Dr. Wallace E. Howell, headof
men vainly administered oxygen party the Authentic, split Into
\ W. E. Howell Associates of
of paw\InC. N.Y., told newsmen to Fraser who had a heart five
sectors in exile, has been
week his crew was: aware of the de. attack while awaiting taxiing Lexington, which has been hired started
Industrialiststo as part of a plan to in.
monstratlons, "but we see no instructions by Fltchburg-area
tenslfy antl-Castro action
make rain over the parchedarea
reason why they should bebother.d Former Cuban Senate
by a small minority." had four silver iodide gen. dent presl.
said most of the had erators in operation Wednesday.He Eduardo Suarez Rlvas a
lie crew Time To Run Out member said an Authentic Par.
said, however, he wasn'tsure
been In Japan before, had en.
it would not have rained ty congress of all factions is
The listed belowcan "and
Japanese hospitality
professional independent agents joyed
In Germany Soon without his efforts. planned. Unity and military
plans wUl be discussed, he said.
save give better protectionIf Howell uses a propane fuel
you money, you
tank with small also said his own
a generator. By
On War Crimes burning a piece of twine 1m. faction led by ex-president Car.
|os Prlo Socarras Is preparing
pregnated with silver lodld'themachln.ry
ENJOYCLEAN BONN Germany (AP) a petition to the Organization of

you haven't had the insurance on ance specialist who must meet professional Chancellor has Ludwig decided Erhard's against colorless produces smoke which a volumeof rises American States for recognition
business standards to statute of Urn IU.tlons into the natural clouds. There a government in exile and au.
reviewed designed the
your car, home or by protectan extending the Iodide crystals serve as thorlzatlon of armed aid fur exile
Nazi crimes It was
on war ,
independent insurance agent re you. Because he represents not one announced today seeds on which snowflakes form antic astro warfare
Speaking before leaving fur
and rain when
cently, you may be in for a shock! You but several strong reliable insurance plratlon This means next year that after of the the zoo ex. reach produce lower levels. they Washington to join Socarras, Su.sees .

may find you arc paying needlessly high companies he is free to select the best year statute, Nazi war crlmi.neia in. clouds But are Howell needed said for mile-deep moisture Authentic Rivas factions said he would hoped supportthe other

premiums. or that you arc underinsured insurance policies for you at the best this country cannot be unless prosecuted legal pro. enough to make a worth-while methods petition. He did not spell out
of forming an exile gov.
amount of rain and there Tia.
DEPENDABLE have been
because the policies you bought price. ceedlngs started against already them by then. vent been clouds of that density based ernment but said it would be
outside the United States
In the few days
in the past may not give you the pro An independent insurance agent offers runs The out statute on May on 8 war In the crimes for. Howell past is being paid $ ,000 by Former Prime Minister Man.

tection you need today. other too. I His mer British and French tones a group of manufacturers for eel Antonio De Varona, one of
you big advantages servo GAS at occupation and July 1 In the his efforts. He plans to continue a group of University of Havana

This week-November 8 to 14-is Pro. ices, for example, continue long after former American tone of occupation produce seeding clouds rain until that told are likely to stop to who students helped Including form prto the Authentic Socarras

tection Week throughout the nation, a you've bought a policy from him. When Erhard's spokesman, govern by his employers.Howell Party for three broader decades ago, spoke
perfect time to check up on your car you have a loss, he's on your// side. He ther ment Von press Hase chief, told Karl a news Guen.con.ference clouds near said Calais he ,had Maine seeded, for Varona, In a letter from his

home or business insurance protection. uses his professional skill knowledge, HEAT that the cabinet reached the weeks St. ago Crolx and Paper that Co.a substan.several total home In unity New in York exile for espoused war.
its decision on the statute of "
For a free analysis of your coverage and independent position to make sure limitations at last Thursday's teal amount .of rain had fallen lar.Heads of Authentic Party fan
over the area.'nIe
are paid promptly and fairly. And meeting. He said U was not an. lions in exile
(including an accurate appraisal of the you nounced Immediately becausean last appreciable rainfall besides PrioSocar.
there are no charges tor these services! ." effort made to get all la central Massachusetts was ran and Varona are Antonio Fer.
worth of home) call was nandts Macho former
present your one L'sI: last April 23.Vandals. Havana
COSTS parties to agree to a common
of the Big "1" insurance agents listed Why settle for less? Get your free position He said this tailed be. mayor, and Sergio Leopoldo Mtnai.Morn.extena.tor Other.

below, a member of the Florida Association Protection Week insurance check-up TOO position cause of Social resistance Democrats.Von from the. op. VisitFranklin's exiles Minister, such Aurellano as former Sanchez education Ar.

of Insurance this week from a Big "I" Hue said the govern ango, nave left the party and
will to the worldto
neat appeal
Agents. You'll find him agent who displays this 't' provide Information about Crave started Ex-president groups Ramon of their Great own.Sac

seal. war crimes so that legal ac. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Martin, first head of the
an experienced FOR FASTCOURTEOUS time can be started before the ".'. just one of those things lives In Cuba.Separated .

miration of the statute.He that literally. turn you upside from tt is another

YOURe.leprRJret explained that an extea. down," said the Rev. Ernest A. founder, Raul Roe, who is Fidel
would be impossible of Christ
hen of till statute Harding rector Castro's
foreign minister
luernr because this would Church.
mAGENTnevn'vee rERSOUl SERVICE .mesa making aa exception to For the second time la little
legal principle to suit the gov. more than a year vandals early
CALL: eminent's convenience. He said Wednesday scaled the red-brick Thieves Steal

that toe Nails bad made a prac. fence around the cemeterywhere
NAPLES EVERGLADESBENSON tie of this and the Crnard gov.ernment Benjamin FraoklU and $20 Gold Piece

did ** want to imitate four signers of the Declaration
them of Independence are burled. Worth $18,250BELVEDERE.
INSURANCE AGENCY INC. KING INM \\CE AGENCY. INC. The statute on war crimes be. They walked among the a.. .
Calif. (CAP) -
In the three ocru. and with
IMMQKALEE can running stones, brittle with age
BRUNK-MltLER INSURANCE AGENCY NAPLES IKANCE\ AGENCY INC pattern tones at the time the legends won by the elements, The theft of a IWl etpertrnxnu
of declared ems sad delta |JO gold piece valued ai |ltISO
state war was knocking some ever
RONEY INS' I KINCE: AGENCY t 1 Tins for the differ. of the _ark. by rota -atilntw ha* oeo re
SMITH .ESUER INSURANCE INC. N. P. SI.OVN ed arruunts Ing others. Twenty
ete= m the expiration dales era were damaged or nri.... ported by iu Belvedere awars.1


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