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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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SUNDAY, NOVM8f 15, 1964 PAGES 0 S ilia R NUMBER 81

q County Wide For First Time sii951:


1 $70,388 United : und


{S ORYaat

Drive Opens Tomorrow

The tint county wMe United tomorrow, November le. fel* It Alone" approach ot separate vane and be a part of the Am

Fund drive in Collier County hewing a kickoff luncheon held agencies and costly popularity irlcan Heritage."

win get under way. pi'tcUlly Friday noon it the 00t1!res.Inn contests competing for funds Heading the business section
Auditorium snended by 860 and volunteers of the drive this year' will be

worker The goal U $70, Tom Porter and Bruce Mumm
: t 38UO.AdvanceGI.f.ofwhtchFr.nk, TUNrrr' U co-cJialrnien. Captains will
'Homecoming'In ."We sreak and hear great be Arthur Russell Dick SoW.

MT' Purcell Is chairman with deal about responsibility. Ritlier in, B. Cornell. John Leavtrt

eta -t: \ James Pell sndNtoredithStrong we should be Hiking about Lea WhlakerBUnTlylorDon(

: Naples Y is co-captilns announced Fri opponunlty, For It U hero that Schltrf. Dill Galley John

day thatnearlylo00hadhcon each one of us, using our Individual Vaughn A.W Devon, K. Hahn,
4T subscribed by that division talents can further ad* indllenryCaballero,
HonuTommgr" pagean- 1 George Powell, president of Rev Richard T. Lambert U

i t 11 I \ made Friday an extra. the Greater United Fund, In his serving u chairman of the pro

special day for many pea 1 Ir re luncheon talk sparking the drive Ar fej.lonal group HU captains
!1rh!>' in, Naples. Above stressedd.egreats r accept nice L will be Thad Most, Miles\ Sco t {
football,( team captains of the United Fund concept and rti field Tom I'rown. Rev. John I

j\ i Hum' llama ( left) and the larger corps of workers Stump and Joseph fenolaml.
i KII/ 1 Ilitchif escort 1964 : .T" which his been recruited this Chairman of the public employees *

i honicumtitiK queen Joy ; year = section will he Robert
; Hodges. Inset Naples Ponder with Julius Leaser

t 111)1) I, ritty''n, of the year 4MJr ) COUNTYWIDE Tommie Kehcw and Lloyd Daub
'. "Our effort to expand Into By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS u the captains
>;anl Kiixl I'lId; 1 now us thin
I other communities which derive Mrs. Valers Darker will he
'iutui In the afternoon ROME (AP) The week4ong
benefits from the United chairman of dw school section ,
lu in i < o in i i n g parade L +,. Communist union strike Ialn"Italy'
Fund Campaign U meeting in. with the following eaptstns
j, uMiLiu'd through downturn railway system enteredits
( busintss district, led creased success.; ha said "A final day Saturday.The walkout E.W Woodruff Deity Sando

i, .. In Naples High band breakthrough has been accom cost the economy an estimated Virginia l\lUlit.r,II.Cambridge.
$98 million George [\OOker.Thelm.
right( ) 'I\t' "cards" from t pllslied in that Immokilee WOlge.
Everglades Marco and Good- The Italian General Confeder.attun much pegy ptnm.n, Frank
Beta Club Mow exhort-
I, : ( ) land are all particlpat It of Labor, however, threat Warmer Harriet Woodson
ul j f
"UJ.tll team to "flush
nod still further strikes againstthe Nathan
4 ", is exported contributions from Crosby Humph
'ni;. Eagles, This was state-owned system becauseIts rice Silas and
campaigns conducted In those Daoon E. William
hili II inner in float com- HI contract dUptde remained
pitition. Senior! class float cities wUl be materially helpful unsettled. It Is seeking In. Chairman of the residential i

r I was first in the Judges'"S "t goal.lit achieving our monetary creased benefit for state em 1s Mrs. Mary Chance
ployes. with
\ entered
among floats "The the following captains
creation of Collier Non-Communlt unions re.
I, \ '. I l.uwe. *, See "UlgjhI County United Fund for 1066 fused to Join the walkout which Mrs Sylvia Doymon, Mrs.

I (NEWS photos) now appears to be s reasonable sine* Monday has thrown the Francis Ford, Miss Mneatha

1'W hope. We should give system's more than 1,100 dally Cowden, Mrs. Larbm ,Hoffman
[ -v full) Credit to the citizens of trains iris throe Mrs. '.V. Adams, Mrs.
Week's Building i .1. those cornrn atdas who ire Alan fosrer Mri. June CJejyf,
organizing and supporting our MOSCOW tAPlknet poll** Mr..htrot.nttb. Mrs. A,
campaign" have tracked! dowel two World Anderson Mrs David Win,
Total In City !, Powell pointed to the Increased War D deserters who hid out Mrs Joel Kuperberjj.Mri.S.ra,

t Ad paniclfiirlon by the major for more than 10 years In the Lonjmlre, Mrs. Perry Mrs.
Hits $141,976 divisions In last year's' cam woods, the newspaper Sovet Arthur Holm, Mri. WJ.

palgn. """It year participation sksya Rosslya reportedSaturday. WoxJlll Mrs McCormick, and. .
:\ew r instruction activity In .." by Business Division Increased The paper said Terenty Mrs R. McDonald.

Naples picked up tram a two r 1 terr' to 60 per cant or 19 Teryokha and his "w,Vladimir Spearheading the drive In
week lull and rag tsred a ..r .t per cent more than the previous look refuge In the) woods near Immokalec ire Tony Roshou .hand
$H1' 9 "b total for the week Just year Advance Gifts Increased their village In northeast Russia WAG, Price co-chalrnn.
ended at the Naples building t. when the Soviet army drove out
Cecil Drake U ,
1J per cent. he said. "Resi the Germans heading up
nfnrebutl dential Increased sU cast.All the drive In Everglades and
Iohb 1 offlcial BertPinkMOn.Igrecl per tt said they lived In dugouts
others the A.A.I G,Uri and Mrs T. Kelly
-. 15 permit, the largest Improved over during the winter stealing fund
: .1 Ito 000 worth of heating and PUt. Titus we ire achieving and supplies from nearby settle C.mt ire heading the drive in

diii ""i,lid. iilnu work at La Tour our two major goilsi, thai of menu. They made clothing Marco
Rivago: nUllicxwtoUar coope.ntlvp achieving our monetary quota from animal _lnI.
apartment prnect) under aid of equal Importance, wideparticipation
.nu i t ask J. Rooney, general con at Urge This U the true TORONTO, Ont. (AP) A County Building
//u blueprint for
uniting Canada'stwo
I1 lor for the project will do that
t this,) WII'ik .b well United Pond contept many largest Protestant churches:
Permits In Week
Mulligan Construction Co. Will glue.. so the needy may be help Into the Church of Canada has
i ulld two residence One Is i been completed but leaders ntMh
oil 2390 Tarpon Road for J. 1. Businessmen Expecting LBJ said realization Is still Total $57,774
pgrhun and bears a con ON APPEALS yean away
structtnrMoet: price lag of He then turned to the subject The plan for uniting the Angll. Collier County Issued $37.

$16,000 The other house, at of appeals{ by agencies can and United Churches of 774 worth of building permits
;5'; fcpi tug Line Drive, Will be To Trade With Reds"Many outside the United Fund. Canada Into a communion of In the week just' ems{.
for Freak Ehman and will cost Open Up "We ire at times dlstreis three nearly four years million la persons preparation.was Largest permit signed by

$14 'UOtuhlllldK eel fev retired appeals, for it Talks oo church: union first rtulldlng Official: Carl Clem
construction Co I*
iteuherg i take} _,ItO to say no. Yet started In 1943 met was for a 113,000 reil-
mlding i !: a f H.500 residence ati WASHINGTON (APV-fien. J.. rulbrlght added were of the opinion It Is also. tfimwlt ro .uhae tit,. Under tilt proposed dente at U lei of Capri. Mich
felt that the1rO".rtlment'
i I i.O Seventh Street South for W. fulbrlght D-Ark. saidSalur. "A treat many that the only practvl l effect of union
\ prubftt Two commercial current policies W die fed way principle baptism and the Lord's Supper Igin Construction Co will
day our strict
a shows! control
perm'llI were (taken oil F. B.Idol.i many American survey businessmenare a treat were not clear or consistent' and the loss of considerable system bounces was tits month and work for soom* would be the only two sacrar build It for Mark J. 'Hanns./

i will build a 1,471..sqllare looking to the AdmtnlRtr. failed to give proper guidance to to our allies and that the system petlng agency die next. Thereere malls recognized five lesser Michigan also win build a
r.i. $11.000; i eMttion for NaplesSnrvI tlon to open new avenues of the business community from was of no practical value in preventing severs) NefloMl Health As* sacraments traditionally recog U2, OO resilience u ltfg Cypress -
and seesly. 379 10th trade with the Communist the public policy standpoint buildup of I the mJHt.ry soclitlons wMoti. by virtue of nlted by the Anglicans mar. Country Club Estates for
MI.urth William B. Stone Fulbrlght made public letters "Over half of the businessmen or economic putentul, < 6f the IrKttvlrJusl lAd public concern rlage ordination anointing theIkll Gutter? P. Newton. State Ihxn*
i i u'tling'! a 84 by Il4oot com received by the Senate foreign replying favored liberalization Russian bloc." In the dread diseases they seek penance and conflrmallon. es Inc. Is putting up a $10,800 ,
would be tT'Ufxxl.MCKCOW
nl\'f.. iJ structure at 1080 I First Relations Committee, which be and revision of export controlsand In Ms ,summary rulbrlght to cure can successfully undertake house for lien Starling In 1m.mok.alH. *
A ie '( lit procedures. said only two of sir', 1Mu11I1....
heads, as part of its intertin- sejwrsie csmpalgMsnd .
to build "..GIlt of those who favored
Mils Homes pleni
i H
ten into the advisability of es. believed that men spectncally favored In. fer the present 'hey will (AP) Prsvdaeom.iilalned Coastal I Imperial Homes U
.4 000 residence for J. A. liberalisation
n j ',11$< mnii at 890 Harbour Drive. pandlng trade with Soviet Rue.sU American businessmen shouldbe ereaalng trade circameIarree with rube. under"and continue w do so. Yet he> mwi Saturday that Russia's contractor for 1 $?,T7. 1m*
and its Eastern European present Ur of agencies which, <' ,er (he bumper hsrvest this year mokaiee residence for
K old R Contractors plane to allowed to sell envtMng to four busineismen believed that / Georgia
f .".t $1',_ residence at satellites.this rulbtKht week at toured the ttvtta.Yu.Coslavla the Communist countries that we should relu restrictions on UntIed Way 'fIIlll"crt"- better."could"have been considerably EMU :shun If;. Johnson UbulkJlrg

i BiilriiBaliama tine of the Too rov.l1IlMnt.TIle their free world competitors trading with Coniniunist, cat. es. For mere han ,rears The Communist party a 14 by W-foot lumber .
Poois will taut all I InreftHition was started could ..." DM United Way, 'tr',1>> i>toss sowKtod the first sour note organ In storage building si 1m-
HtOO swimming pool (orrwwey last sprint after Canada' aIe In reporting on the survey, voluntiry cttlzcfi'*' ;ar''lastlons the flood of self>eor.graiuaUoahere mokalee. llesion Sell Is making
0-rgJulo. Ml Bow Line of wheat rulbrlght said 47 or( the 1141.... has (rovtded T'Increasing over the successful agri.rultural + a ".000 addition for Tom
fl.,1d, and plan to jut In a Russia and the s11Sequent
Weather Outlook nessmea hid had "tlsfactor support toi oilsneed year Wirner In North Naples.Among
i: loo pool M m craytenRoad sale wheel of privately.ownedAmerican to the Soviets trade relations wit' the Com program o< )health)<, welfare ft complained that many lesser permits was s $200 one
t for Rutenberf CoMtrartien Co. with Exp rt.l Iport Bank credit Generally fair lferk y... Bunlsts and oat! ''fee mentioned and recrtiri., trrvicei.IliS farms were si 111 producing below for an Indian church of post

guaranrees. tU*. Low Ie the .... high ".". vnsatUtfh)' eipertemes. Support u, 'If Hewer rapacity because of carelees* tnd-tMm' construction just

The ladings could lead B* das. Ht Ie M. I.trl a led than u (lout It 11 'e "", seal and lack of energy. west u Ir/mob.

Castro Admits Johnson Admlnlslrattoe Into t. IS silks! sr keen.TIDES .
new policy decision Ie theses
session oICOIIr....

Cuban FarmingTo Is an Introduction to a 100. .w'TMi Uiitfld Way
page rolame of letters received 9
IGgh Low i
from 123 taalneesmen among
Be Retarded Zit asked tor their views, rid. .... "... a.. e..

MIAMI (AF)- (teare.. bright said 105' favored etpU' >... U '.U.29 I:*> IH: 1 Ick4ft tg3tl>ta At T.kl/la C.,. Aeditsil,.
site of East.West trade, New, It !*.*< f*, 3a: 3/: (
K-dwJ' Hn Jtttiraar p P r I M e .
Nine, be said, were opposed, lode I 2iS. 123 .11 Me
Mir *er f reel' Csebtp said frt. \.. 'i i I' N' ?
doe) ntfht but lie added tkattDr gag among those who did not .., is II i: i II..w JlJ:11: :
express u optfllon, "... said
14* .nrialissa "We want AM en* He fin Msr,e
they looked to the govenunentVihtl 7C R.MWNM (
our ountry to bee the first lv
beer Naslve hay bridmrv ,
If guldaaee." A.. M>e lr
n the world ir afriotitero.''

'(*U>' under the SesWIat .,.. '\ '' ; _ _
twnan 10 miUtoe |SM Of sag.ar norr 1WW Ma&R curPLOSIOAS Weather Review f-!: #'

I'. K year be 5..stsd," the IItTUW JOlt oatsri'Wttli '- .
prune minister tog f| .,...C1ILt kattta )f... )f fA. RIfe k Ahl1

lu: .1 J. '!xhistrkan ttttduatee inMHA Ne.. f II 3e ....
Cuba. lHjal- was
v... 0 M H U.
t-r .ott1 t i
** and mujpTeil here
fr *.*. f .t M .-.. ,
14 A< 4 ,1
elty I115Mp1'SI1.Cedj
$e. "U.4e
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sugar 1I'1i4 &
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r <
arrest Ml
_U' :1.: expected t'/i1'H'A; I 5.. IS N" ..H t(
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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naplai, Fl. Sunday, Novtmbw ,IS *. pC
: U.S. Guard 15-Year Tax Bill Battle

-.., ,..',.,., ,' Fires UponSoviet _, Costs Farmer $100,000

CHICAGO (AP) William "But he'd rather go down the

Car Lusk, 58, ended hi* 15-year biU drain than compromise, even
tie with "those government tax though he know the govern

o- boy" Friday and went home to ment wouldn't bend."

HEIDELBERG, Germany his Southern Illinois farm $100 Luck' only: complaint Friday,

(\V) A Soviet mIlitary ml.. 000 poorer. Goldstein said, was the fact that

MOII sedan was fired on by an Wearing a bearing aid rentedfor the case had luted only isyear

American guard when II failed him by the government at $1a *.

5. it obey order to halt, U.S. day Lusk calmly watched as "He wanted to boat Set. (Al.

Aimv headquarters in lurop federal Judge James B. Parson via) York's record of 17 years,"

annnunred her today. signed a court order divesting Goldstein said. York, the

Ti) I incident occurred Leak of more than $100,000 In World War I hero who died re.

Wednesday when the car ape securities. cently, also was Involved in a

proactied' a restricted UJ mill. Judge Parson also ordered tax dispute with the govern

tary area near Nuernberg, the Leak freed from County Jail, ment.

Army cald. where he had been since May on (

Mr and Mrs. OmeeheverrIs The vehicle' two occupants, a a contempt-of-court order. At

Soviet colonel and an enlistedman that time he refused to producethe Baltimore Girl !
driver, were detained for stocks.

about seven hour and then r.. 1 should have hired a I
The Omeechies "Maybe
leased. lawyer when all these troubles Wins Teen Age I

The Soviet military liaison started," Lusk said after court.:

mission 1 I. attached to U.S "Now IOU go back to the farm to

(I headquarters. The United State harvest a crop of hops and gath Beauty Contest

Are Back 'Home' ha a similar mission attached er my scattered chickens."

to the Soviet In East Germany. The hearing aid was neces DALLAS Tex. (Ar) Caro.

U.S. Army headquarter has I sail because LImb, a bachelor, lyn Mlgnlnl, a sparkling lyric '

B} i :'HARLOTTE DURNO first of the family to make hi.i I protested to the Soviet military -. _I _ _ Is nearly deaf and often ha soprano from Baltimore who I'
departure from Cuba, leavingi. liaison mission, located in been unable to understand his want a Broadway singing career

PubUo and Uaudina; Omeeche hind a prosperous lumber and I Frankfurt, that the Soviet car GHDINn; DFSTIN'IF of LuktPnrk PTA this vttr) are these officers court-appointed attorneys or the is the new Miss Teenage

varrla are back in their homeat hardware business In Cardenas. violated a welUnarked restrict. niifl coniinittt'i' nu'nil) I is rioin left :si-atoft. 11\',' :\Mr" Lon Ki'Iler: court America.

en 11th St. N. Known to After more than a month In i ed military area. |ublic'itchanmnii: ( nnd menibor of Wava and :Means Committee. Mra. The government will use the The 17-year-old beauty with a

their many friend the"Omee. Miami looking for work, Mr. The Soviet sedan entered the Phyllis Join's. \Va.va5 ,.md !Means chairman Mra Sylvia Morns, secretary securities to satisfy nearly $79,. dimpled smile looked dazed but
chies" they have just returned Omeechevarrla boarded a bus to> restricted area at around 1:20 didnt when Bud
; Mrs Anne KUI1('. treasun-r : standiiiK. Mrs Teddy' Neumann 000 in Income tax liens dating cry Collyer,
and half stay In Naples, arriving just after Hur.', Wednesday despite aliens In
a year p.m. back to IMS. Funds remaining emcee of the 90-mlnute CBS
Ways and MCUDH
Rico. rlcane Donna In October of 19(0. English Russian and German ; AIIII1'nIlChUI"8., Landscaping; Mrs. Carol Cole.
Puerto will be returned to Lusk. show, named her the winner.
The Omeechevarrla are one of Immediately he found work here. warning against trespassing Membcrahip chairman ; Walter Keller ( in rear) vice-president : Don For years the fiercely Inde A straight A student at the

several cuban refugee families The wages were low, but his i "The sedan' occupant r.. T. Jones president : .Mis. Jean Mcltzer. Ways and Means: and Mrs. pendent farmer Ignored govern Institute of Notre Dame High

made their home in hopes were high. Ho wrote to>, fused order by U.S. Evelyn Adams teachers'
that have repeated a representative. (NEWS photo) mint summons and claims. School, Carolyn Is a "real

Naples in the past few year*. Mrs. Omeech.varrlaatth."won.i, military guard to halt the car," Once drawn into court, Lush sweet, down to earth girl," her
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Mr Omeechevarrla wa the derful things" he had found In i the Army said. refused to pay, claiming the mother said "You can also say

-this country. It added "When a warning "tax boys" must have erred in that I'm the happiest mother in

hot was fired Into the air, the Church Council Puts Final Retired Persons their calculations Maryland and Texas."

lie Couldn't Get SEAMSTRESS!: vehicle attempted to leave the Last December, however, he Kathleen France Ross, 17.

After Mrs. Omeechevarrla arrivedIn I scene. A member of the guard Meet TuesdayThe offered to settle with the government year-old from Pittsburgh who
Airborne Naples three month later. then fired at the vehicle' left for $500. was everybody's friend] during

Sipping Beer While in Cuba she had devoted I rear tire." Touches To Schema On UnityVATICAN The federal prosecutor the week-long pageant, was selected
most of her time to charity The statement did not say regular monthly meeting termed the offer ridiculous, and for an award of excel

BRUIBW1CK, Ga. (AP) working a* a volunteer nurse' wtinthar....___u the._._ ear__ was n hit__no of the American Association of Judge Parson ordered Lush to lence. She will take over the
the local for the Retired Persons will be held at
aide in hospital The Soviet stopped car
JUckle took a alp from the near AP With promoting Christian unity, take a mental examination. title in the event Carolyn gives
nine She is excellent the shot the the Emmanuel Lutheran Church
an Army
following ,
ly full can of beer someone had years. created four years ago by Pope "This guy lion. for the it up. Kathy did a humorous
an overwhelming 1,870 to 82 731 Bow Line Drive Tuesday
left in a restaurant parking lot. seamstress and la capable of aid. John XXIII and headed by Ger. books," said attorney Sidney J. song and dance as Eliza: singing"Wouldn't
making clothes just from a pic. The spokesman did not recall the Vatican Ecumenical November 17, at 7 p.m. The Goldstein last to "
One sip followed another, and Council man Jesuit Cardinal Augustin appointed year it be Loverly. She
such Incident In recentyears approved Saturday Its announcement was made by Frank
he tried a running takeoff Out ture. any Christian flea, guided the drafting of the defend Lusk said she was "sky-high happy"
In which U.s. had unity schema, clear. Blair president.
Th. Omeechevarrlaa went to a guard "I'm the
couldn't airborne and sure governmentwould after the show.
ne get schema.
log the way tor its proclamation Blair announced also that word
Puerto Rico to join their son fired at a Soviet vehicle. "
have settled for less finalists Andrea
:rumpled In a heap. The secretariat also preparedtwo Other were
as a full church decree by Pope from advises that
He shuffled back to the beer In his business. However, the U.s. military mission cars In separate declarations on Washington ap. Goldstein said, "provided that Lynn Ayers, 10, Greenville,
Paul VI. It pioneer a new path for AARP Insurance
can for a few more sips, and love of Naples was so ImplantedIn East Germany have been tar. for Roman religious liberty and on Catholic plication he would consent to sell his s.. S.C.; Linda Diane Ucclardl, 17,
Cthollc relation of
will be accepted until the end
tried once again to get both feet their heart they felt they had gets of East German police with other Christians.The relations with J.WI. They were curttle and then turn In the San Francisco, and Debra Diet.
off the But Jackie had to return. Said Mr*. Omeeche while cruising around. November, and that application money. helm 15 Toledo Ohio.
ground. debated In September ,
schema If the first to be ..
varrtai "We believe that the The Army said the sedan approached blanks wUl be available at Tu. .
no luck, and was last seen shut There was extensive supportIn The $10,000 college scholar.
completed In this third council
fling south on U.s. highway 17. people Naples know and under. the military Install. the council! for making them day's meeting. ship will enable Carolyn, one of
stand how we feel. Naples 1* like tines on a side road. One restrle. session Members are urged to attend
Why didn't the police strong In declaring man's free six children of Mr. and Mrs.
home than other place. lion sign was posted nearly a Council fathers In St. Peter's and prospective members are Crap Game Puts
more any
him Officers said they debated Basilica dom of conscience in religious Paul Joseph Mlgn'jil to attend II
approved minor textual Blair said. A special
Installation the welcome
mile from the
We have bitterness becausethese ,
It, but they could only book hu. no beliefs and in clearing Jews Julllard School of Music next
admustments in the third and has been planned for
said and another about program One In Hospital
closer to Army ,
Jackie 1* things bring one In fall. She warts before
man a seagull God." 200 yard away. final chapter of the schema "De from any hint of special guilt the meeting and dessert will be a degree

EcumenUme" on ecumenismwith the Crucifixion. served at the conclusion. Another In JailAn entering stage productions anddoesn't
When asked what they thought The protest to the Soviet was
declarations for to until she'ssboui
the vote.It Voting on the plan marry
about answered "Wo made on Thursday. The Army
Cubathey the first time i* expected next argument over a crap game 27Carolyn
Is likely the Pope will
did not how the pro.
iSWONDtdfULMKFPLOERILIITINO suppose big trouble. The chiledr.n statement say week, but promulgation as decrees In MacDonald Quarter Friday entered the competi.
mulgate it as decree
a before
Soviet reacted. W. Germans To Get
are being taught that Com. the council Is not seen possible until night landed Sylvester Hall In tlon for the fourth annual pageant
I recesses week
I ALL Ito n DAY lUIUI monism 1s the best form of gov. from today. a the fourth session to be) held In 3 Guided Missile Naples Community Hospital and after her father, a clothes
eminent, but their parents know 1969 or 19611.Control. Roosevelt Hill 27 In
I fAll, WINTIR A IMINOrM Only two other schema have jail cutter brought a clipping
..... ski fMlllf, Alrkt that this 1* not true They are been In U.S. Hall suffered painful cuts on telling about the scholarshipand
I"'''_,, SiS Aik.5w. hungry and things are not goodIt /' To Barricade completed In previous *e*. Destroyers the face, throat, arm and ab. other prizes: and said "HI,
.... _. ,. Cotioo.... will be hard for Uieom.e.chevmrrli Moss of the council, which be
WASHINGTON AP The Hill faces
.. gad In October, 1902. ( ) domen. a felony chargeof hon how would you like to
WOffLDTUyr( : to mikt. "another stint "
Board United State will build three aggravated assault, according Miss Teen-age America?*'
2.T CATALONIA AVI in Naples, but they are happy to The schema sets forth the guided missile destroyers for to Naples Police He was ar.

CC4AIOAIUIHMOM be here and anxious to learn Or Not Faces framework for a range of offl West Germany and will buy a rested by Officer Gary Young It Pays To Ad\rrti
clal Roman Catholic .
American customs. Presentlythey partlclpa.tlon Plans ProgramOf new 20 millimeter automaticgun
.. "".WwI, awuuoiMa _coe are attending night schoolat at various level In the from
that under

'Persige ToUpHOM Treral. e CivicS Ml 1151.peelellste' | the Naples senior high. eventual search within unity.It Christianity for Propaganda agreements signed today by the PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE I IIII

Said Mr. Omeechevarrla of County BoardResidents defense chiefs of the two coun.
Naplest "The people her have provides for future Catholic tries
THE been good to UI and helped us. participation In common prayer BOCA RATON (AP)- The IN THE COURT Of THE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIT HEARING
A communique of ,h. ,.
meeting JUDGE COLLIER COUNTY. public a inlormtd thai i
It is a small town with a big along Vanderbilt with non-Catholic Christian State Board of Control will send conducted here by Secretary of FLORIDA IN PROBATE public haarmf will b. htld' al the
heart." and, In special cases, Intercom out a caravan of educational IN RE ESTATE OF CourthouM ,n East Naplai Fla. al
Beach petitioned the County Com. Defense Robert 6. McNamaraand LARRY CERO Ills AM. Tutlday Oacombtr tIH4
BCWkm') However, their friends feel mission last month to stop YeW. munlon with the Orthodox leaders next Friday "to stlmu. West German Defense Mln. D..ed for tht purpoto ol C.enlonCmpI.nIs
churches late favorable TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER sr.aunns why tha lotlowmf
glad to have the "Omeechles" a climate for Leg.
tIe traffic Ister Kal-uwe
on the beach. Their von Hassel
an. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE should not b. ,. zoned a*
back home.( It doesnt seem like call for strict enforcement was The first chapter outlines IsUtlve approval of a program nounced this among other re. MANOJ AGAINST SAID ESTATE dncnbad harem.
G we have given them anything, be. strengthened lut Sunday when an principles of ecumenism, stress. which will advance the cause of suits of the conference.On You and aach .. you art htrtby Outlolt A 4 B. Marco Qardamaccording .
notil.ad and .
rtquirad la pee. "I I oanur.c 0,4.4 plot
,. cause we receive so much from elderly couple lost their lives tog charity and patience In all higher education. the subject of a NATO nu. claima and dtmtndt which, you, or from Atnculturt to C2 Commtrcial.
them. when struck Interfaith dialogue among The board gave Its final ap. clear fleet ..'h.r of you may Nov aiamtt' Lota I through J7 from AgelCalluri
by a speeding car the ,,
tilt '.1. ol LARRY GERO. doc to Cl Commtrcill and
AND on the beach. Christians.The proval to the Higher Education said that the two defense chiefs ..ud, latt of uid County> to tht Lola II through SI from Agricul-
L second chapter suggests Legislative Program (HELP) at County Judt of COLLIER, County, turt to ft 4 Ratidtntml Abovt I ly
; \ The Commission "agreed that :
County at last their
respective ,
Florid ,
COUNTRY t h elf' n tht court lag n Stctiont U a 20 Two IIS.fanit
v Linda II. CochrunTo Tuesday's meeting heard a plea ways to put ecumenism into a short meeting Friday In Boca defense establishments shouldbe hoult of Mid County .1 E.., N.. ZIt: 0.....,. Celhtr County!
practice such as commonprojects Raton. Afterward board "I... Florid., within Rtaf l'.t.l. .
memo tin c.Und.r EichtnitBOARD
P i ( CLUB Attend College by Norman/ Herren, represent. In which Christian ber Gert Smith of Jacksonville prepared to Implement the ntontht tram tho tune of the firtt OF
\ log the Collier Co., land owner concept as soon as possible aft.er publication ol thu not If. Two COUNTY COMMISSIONERSMariartt
have like view and tradition explained the program to the cop., of *.ch tltim or d.mand thill uSE AL)
h" with he BestFACILITIES to the south of Vanderbilt Beach
vV In West Virginia third into Ro. Florida Council the requisite International po. bt ,n *rcn1. and thtll Mitt tht T tcolt CI.rhSy
of and
The chapter goes 100
to set barricades and post sign lltlcal decisions have been pltct of .. tnd poil of'ict ft. W Btatty.
'\ IJ which wlU prohibit vehicle travel man Catholic relations with the ought its aid In carrying It out. .dd,.., of tht claimant, and shall D.ouly Cltrk
DUCKHANNON, W. VA .Una. Protestant, Anglican and Ortho Smith said the caravan will made. bt tworn to by II.. claimant. (|tnt. No, IS. IH4 *MIN
of the beaches over an extendedarea. tttornty tnd accomoanitd by i Ccl. --
Harris Cochrun of Naples Fla. -
Southwest, Florida aox cnurcnes. be made up of the president 01florida' .ng faa of ont dollar. and well claim;
.. ... JUOGE'l
has been accepted for admission "*
net ** list "
to The Vatican' secretariat (or state universities,representatives Joid be AND FOR
for Country Club to West Virginia Wesleyan Col. The Commission agreed
of the Board of Board IDA W GERO
leg next fall. cooperate In the effort. Immed. Control the state's junior colleges Emergency A. ...cu,... o. 'h. Last IN PROlATENO
LIVINGGOLFING late action was taken to prevent WII ."d Titannt 0' 'M
The daughter of Mr. and Mr. further vehicle traffic on the PlanningVisit the State Chamber of LARRY Orb d.c..d IN RE: ESTATE OF
Rail PARKI a
_ James Lee Cochrun of 366 Putter beach at Vanderbilt. Commerce and the council of Says Alloc..y s for tho Estate ofJfYVth Dtcaattd,,
II bole Ckompitmkit Call i I. Point Place, Naples, plan to But now, It la reported, that 100. G.r. OTICE FOR FINAL 0' PILING'DISCHARGE'' PETITION

tictlltM ".4,,,.. .., tit?. make English her major study. some 300 north county residents To IndiaIn tt will visit seven cities-Ml- Strike UnlikelyWASHINGTON Napln. Avtnut Florida. South "NOTICE' ''S HERESY GIVEN ,,,.,
Her brother James, I Is t senior will petition the Commission at ami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Btniamm, 5 Parhi I hee Iol.d wy l.n.1 '.'urn, ..
for tht fewin. tKCutni ol tht .sal. ol JAMES
SWIMMING buslnei administration majorat Tuesday's meeting against bar. DecemberVATICAN Orlando Jacksonville, Tallaha Nov. I. M. tt IH4 HENRY"' BURRUS dictated. that
.... .al, U' .0' JO' ..ilkanil AP Al. y3ss
AAU Wesleyan. the beaches outsideof see and pen.acoia-rurtnr a ( ) I havt pttition lor ditlr'
( ) mtmbtrtliipt "..,1.".. rlcades on CITY AP) The tour beginning about mid.Fob. though members of six unionsare button discharge and
( -
Miss Cochrun attend the First the Vanderbilt area. Petition. NOTICE OF PUBLIC I HEARING' that on Novtmbtr 21 1 1M.. I will,
have proposed "self-police" Vatican announced today four. ruary. a week or two before theLegislature ready to> strike most of thenation' T". public art 'nhen,.* that a apply :' tht Honorablo Richard M
HOMESITES. Presbyterian Church of Naples. er* for the visit of convenes.At major railroad Nov. RublK Kaartna. will b. laid at thi County Judgt of Coli.tf
T.. ktmtliUi .tl to control peed and keep day program C.'< '' Florida, for of
itnmtltr eel l. She teaches Sunday school class action "tu t M i I. I N.pl.L". at 'l..1 approval
he, tkt kttl Ctuntni Club lin.ain the beaches clean. Pope Paul VI to India lie will a dinner at each city, he 23, the head of a presidential II I JO A..t ?u..day. Oteambar I aid ; rat ucenan 4 lor on ordtrol
_ Stulkwttl Htfi.t' for prt-school children be away from Dee. t through said, caravan spokesman will emergency board which studied umaiainti law tar tht 5o'eaa**>rpo'.t.: haarir.( any CO a's.aso..rut dntributitn and",. for final di"of>
why tha M
all his time IB explain to local legislators and the dispute said lie believe JAMES HENRY 10JII' tS..1I
Prayer beads are of ancient Dec. 5 and spend iSirfb.Jf'tlfo.r' ** '. """ .. .. Ia
Twit test el Slit", Hott1 She la a member of the Naples Bombay omitting any possibly civic leaders the importantrole there will be no strike .nedDATIO'
origin and were used in Oriental ,,,. Oc'o"" n
Senior High School student hMlowmi tott 4 Slotbt ol iNtO
SltJ iron US 41 coun. countries long before controversial side trips to Go which higher education has Former Philadelphia Mayor Ooodiand I.!.. Subdivi.mil. a> rt AGltU SELL SURRUSSOct
PHONE Ml, 66tJ ell and Its College Club. New Delhi. assumed In education, research Richardson Dllworth was QUOte cord,f m FH.t toot t II.|. I E...e",,,.
or .
Christ COli..' County R...... IS ., I .. i|. M4 ins
The program showed that the and economic developments of ed by radio station WRCV.NBCin Itti I throuih II Sleet A to ,
Philadelphia as saying that RJ *a.>..tn ial Lot* 14 tkrouah -
* * * * * * * * sessions Pope, In of addition the International to attending our Hither state. education receives no the dispute would end up in the "SIocb,e A R I to ;Rmdxitial.R' Ratidanltaf; LM Lot Is

Eucharist Congress, t m.jor higher percentage of Florida's White House and that the strike I\ Block A to C I Commarcitl

( : Roman Catholic gathering, will revenue than tt did tOy ean. threat i* "Just formal negotla.iioa La Lot,i U) Biott thrtuaft S to II R 1 Clock'Rmdtnt.al= 5 tnd EXCLUSIVE* AT RAR

i Best Are Found also visit school a reformichool age SMith Mid. tactics." Lain II ,-'...." n. **eli a '.
Buys and a hospital. This year, universities will Federal mediators plan to II.lend Mobila'M Homtt. 0..... Good

1+ Vatican axnrce said Pope seek from the Legislature $I Be continue talks with. both side in BAD OPcOuNvv Our Special

Paul has conftfted his trip t. million tor operating budgets the dispute over wages and lUAU COMMISSIONER, Individualityin

I*: TODAY AT WESLEY G. DOWNING Inc. Bombay to make It clear that It for the newt biennium about fringe benefit Monday In Chi.eago. M,1..; T .keel. Click ,

1* a strictly rellfloia mlatioM $7* mill** DMT thee during ". "

*' FOUR BLOCKS TO THE BEACH lit Avo., So. connected with the Coagreia. the present bUnnim. The six shop union, num. Nse. 't."T,7 _JMHNOTICC
bering More than 110,000 mam. 0 GIFTS
Excellent Condition Two Bedrooms
ben, Ire free to walk off their Or INTENTION TO

Bath, Screened Porch, Carport, Nicely Land. lobe after midnight Nov. 19 fttaiSTt FICTITOUS MAMt Accessories

wkea a JOJay mandatory wait. ,,,. "n ....|_ ese Utr.t, see
*" with well and Price
leaped pump. lilr tfiat ". .. conMl.n a. "..I Antiques
The AgtiKy With ftnen.l ServketA Ing period expires.Thajji fatal tvtiHtt* al UM Ot... .!...
*" Includes Furniture. Only $15,500.00.
represent machinists, CoMes PI ktra nMtr <*. fmililtiHflMBACH
*' boIhr.. : ere, sheet metalworker 0Oi ii a,. AWOCI:
ATM niALTv Urmtt
see thai
a INTERIORSFurniture
More Of The Best .. I *, electricians, carmen .5 cs..s.I et ICe .......... srs.IIS
-- neps .. lec: .. Oft'i
1 and firemeej and oilers d s..as a.. .. .....*tMarttd
: d. andsbl. MOM, rotpoikvibl Five other unloas, represent Ht>mtack
: fJot.tauVit: COOPERATIVE| CLUB tar prattctmi you, youfUnwly. clerks maintenance of JM1 Mortar A..
; horn tng way O...,..,,, ., HCiMBACK' and At

Across from Mooring Private Bch : ...."., ....,* ,.._end.bl.butiiMM throat employee and reetswant telegraphers employee, hotel and tOCIATIS NA.., Ma REALTY....IIK' .OMrNf.t at totlom> Draperies
loot I It I m, ,.
of Uirovgli t pleased 'nttnt't ato IHa
Choice apartment art now teing ,t. ol prMtctlM gusreueei pes.gee's agneJn, ar* also Involved la deco a). '''.. Crcut Court ..,. tndfor Carpeting
Co C Flor.da '
v tr rtdittor
lected. by -....... ol un ,uottt....4AMMIO Mat. .lapse M have made no tx. vad nam SI MfiMBACKdie ,
I troaftaX strike plans .... A"OC'A'Ea RIAL' y_
of ......_ or Cna.",tr Mal
aatiisS rail
oajer tfai aO '*,4s Legs t* IMI.
WESLEY G. t. roads are involved except tile .i: ,,'.. ''''" Soy t
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Wesley. C. Downing' Southern and the Derida East .A..oLO "IIWIACK .
Coast. N. S \ 11 21:154: .1"

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*' 706 5th Ave. So. Ml 2-2179 Rufus B. Burnham >.... 2-JM1 I INPUSTBIAl DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL MemlerAmerkaa.

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i ..t ODIUM COUNTY NEWS KUplw. H... Su .". .....** II l'44SANTA. :
.' 'J'rrty,4: \ .
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This beautiful tall weather has
atlrrecl i up everybody desirer
active recreation. The Ud.
lea' tenni t J"t
ladder tournament
has attracted 18 players each of (
whom can move up tile ladder by
challenging and beating the plav. r
er above her. Iicldentally, this \
U quite a large group lor a ti
town our ..... I have hope some !!Fy' k '14 a
of the beffianers class will soon
be able to get on the ladder.ThisIs
a good way to find out who is
advancing quickest.

Our new building is looking __ PHILADELPHIA
better every day .. the Dew sod .J
dds the last touch and now we
, won't have so much mud track CREAM CHEESE
.d tnsldel I'm sure Floyd will
appreciate this more than anyone.
W.de. the activity Is growing
every day. The youth activity Large 2 9 If.P .
room attracts quite a crowd eve g, 't
try afternoon after school and
all the new equipment is in use
tU closing time at 5:30 p.m. .':*; 111'11'1'1-I i: ; win" lni-\' tile b.cs |last Ftul.ix aftt'l'lIt1onhl'n a
Starting this week, the room will NK\V"J' .tin11.1111.1n UIIII.dll mrmlu'i.s of the Setting (;rtlllp of thi' \.ipti s
be open from 10:00 a.m. until Woman's ('\\Ul.llll this informal l pose as they were pro paring rill th.lr fARM HOUSE
5:30 p.m. on Saturday. Any clubs annual Christmas Fiesta Daxnar which will be held at the Woman s
wanting to use the building In Club from" 10 11.111 to I p.m, Thursday, 1 December ::1.! (NEWS photi') PUMPKINPIES
the evening should see uses soon
as possible.
the correct slogan9 :S ,". R A
O 1
After the current series of golf
lessons Is over at Big Cypress og j
Golf Club, our own "Pro" Dob '
Jenkins Is going to start a class. TCAUPYDSANOl' 3' $1.00COMSTOCK
We have had quits a few requestsfor 1INOE IDE V?
this, and anybody Interested :: fNHS student did, and he
should sign up right away and en. r' t won SS for U. The national
sure a place. Speaking of Bob his Boys' Athletic Club Is at. ,". All this refers to
trading a lot of attention and is the fact that the week of No- Pumpkin
getting ready to go. The boys By MISSY LULI.J1ANgo th veir.ber: 7-14 was American
will make the selection of which
education Week. In order to
sport to engage In each week, so
come on all you guys between 12 00 00 000 0 Q 0 Q 00 00 Q 000 QQQ 00 0 ooooooooooo f." brine the attention of the schoolto
and 16 years old. Seems the girls this week, the Beta Club
don't want to be left out, as some From the openly skit Thurs- ed shtrt'll do it every tunel) sponsored a scrambled word
of them are asking us to start a day night to the last dance on Each won s free pass to the puzzle contest{ A generous 2 303 37 J. ,
club for them also. Saturday "Homecoming" was game. This was particularly friend of the school donated$25 CANS '" .
a huge success appreciated by Bob who Is a for five prizes one for each Fresh
member of the football team. day's winner Among the win
It'. been great working with the SKIT NEW Special recognition was givento ners were Rick Johnson, Bob I
Teen minute Club.of I It have enjoyed Including every the A large number of students Mrs. Margie Lamberson, Koch Pam Coe, yours truly Chicken Parts
education I received" on the new joined in the merriment of Skit Mrs. June Bremerman. and and Charles Brady who received
dances. When I see 400 kids get. night on Thursday. The Distributive Mrs. Robert Mortland who all a consolation prize.COLLEGE .
ting this wonderful form of exer. Education Club Future wore die blue and gold colors. BREASTS
' else I think our youths' physical Homemakers of America Sophomore CLUB
fitness is not so darn bad. We Junior and Senior STUDENT OF THE MONTHIt Sue Ballard College Club
have had no problems with be. Classes each staged a clever was proudly disclosed st president has announced that
havlor at these parties, and our and amusing skit. The Judges Friday's Pep Rally that Linda her club will hold a special 59$ "
chaperones Join me in patting were Mr. Kennedy Mrs. Bre- Uhllch is Student of the Month program at the school Tuesday,
this group on the back. merman Mr. Thomas and Mr. for October. Linda Is bubbling November IT, at 7:30 p.m. A
Lowe. Winning skits that shared with school spirit Is a hard film entitled "You and Your
a $10 prize were the Junior worker for Homecoming In addition College Boards" will be shown LEGS&THIGHS
Last but not least for
we are
tunate to have a new man on and Senior Class Skits, which to being a Senior atten- for the purpose of Informing A
our staff. For some reason(such were presented to the entire dant. She devotes lot of timeto Students on the techniques of
:I; as 25 years army service) he is school at Friday's Pep Rally. Student Council and has just taking\ College Board tests,
j called "Sarg" Ahern and he will A snake dance following tine returned from attending the which many students will do
work evenings when the building skits had students romping Southern Association of Student December 0. Following the
Is kept open for meetings and through the school together, Councils Injacksonvllle. Linda film will be these guest speakers 491".
other activities. I'm sure you will and a huge bonfire completedthe is also Key Club Sweetheart. discussing facets of soror
like him when you meet him evening's activities as students Ity fraternity life colleget
gave their all in cheers HOMECOMING: PARADE:: Mr. and Mrs Bill Longshore
P.s. Don't forget the meeting and pep songs In charge of Friday after- (she teaches at Lake Park Elementary GIZZARDS I
noon's which tamed School), NIB Biology
in the Community Center on Stars of the Junior Class Skit parade
Thursday November 17th at 7:30: were Susl Bailey and Dial Folk- out so well, Wit Esther Trultt. and Physical Education teacher
P.m. for anybody interested In the ens, who played quarrelsome The Junior and Senior High Mrs. Don Berry and Bill Aus-
Boy Scout movement. The dls. couple not able to agree on what bands the attendant and candidates tin from WNOG.: All parents 29$ IBACKS
trlct council at Fort Myers Is television channel towato.The for queen and class and students are urged to st-
attempting to reactivate this bickering husband and wife saw and club floats all helped make tend.The
worth-while project here tn Na. a "Certs" commercial by Ellen the parade a colorful spectacle. College Club Is selling
pies, Longmire and Kathy Turner a Getting $10 prize each, the I960 edition of the "Off to 10t LI
Mitch Miller chorus conductedby the Senior Class float f'Eag College" magazine at 25tf for
Kathy Repass, and. let Cast Their Spell") was Club members and 3ty for other
AENEW YOUR "Soakle" commercial with the winning class float, and the Students.This guide for the col NECKS. 7c Ib
DRIVER'S LICENSE Johnny Roan, Jill Worklnger, Beta Club presentation ("Flush lege-bound gives s preview of . .
DURING rOUR and Sherry Icon A message 'Em, Eagles") was Judged to the freshman year at college
BIREM MONTM from the "President" featured be the best club float (the dancing and includes these articles by WINGS 29c IbVEGETABLE
humorous Rick Clemons and andprutcig"ards"were eminent college professors and . .
"Lady Bird", portrayed by Cherry Chlckerlng, Sue Ballard presidents throughout: the na-
Title Companyof Bonnie BenJamin, Naples Beth Binder Linda Hen- tiont "Your Role In the College V., GREEN GIANT
cheerleaders were played by son and Kathy Repass). Scene" "Freshmen Are
Naples Connie Kelly Linda DaI..VIeId You Curious?", "Why Fresh- JUICE SWEET PEAS

ABSTRACTS ESCROWS Duncklee Becky Riley and HOMECOMING WEEN men Fsll", -Hints on How to
TITLE INSURANCEMOVING Cheryl Schwelkert. Susie Wood To everyone's delight Joy Study", "The LibraryOne Key
IU r.rk $ta. a Blue Streak announced she, Hodges was crowned Homecoming to College Success". 2 24 OZ 47t I 2 a 39t
MI JtoUw' had MH fewer cavities before Queen of 1984-W by CANS
the game then displayed some Cutzeo-of-the-Year, Jam Eng- CAMPUS CHARACTERS
N...... missing teeth. land. At the game she received Mr. Woodruff wasn't Jew> CORONETTISSUE
.. Theme of the whistling Dixie when he used to 1.
rt. 1)) Senior Class congratulatory pecks on the STYLE
.., Ile.Pr. skit was "History Will Repeat cheek from captains. for the year whistle to summon the schoolto CREAM CORN
Itself, and it was the Seniors' Bruce Harris and Buss Ritchie.Joy's classes Monday. The bells
rendition of a silent movie. Harold weren't working
escort was
"Golden Blue and Five Parker a former MB football Overheard j 1 s cia..room 2 303 35C 2:21t:
TO FLORIDA? Cheerleaders" was the theme player' as were all the escorts. discussion concerning 1.4.Itestst CANS
of the Cheerleaders'skit "An l.Q. test doesn't
,which In the queen's COlIn were these
B. Sere te Ceatatt was presented at Friday's Pep Senior Ktendemii Jndla Srool- have English In it It has I.'j.' line of fruit tale
We complete
In ItT the a STOIeIL Y'S
Rally. Included In die skit Ian and .escort Jackie Kline ( person's name
TERMINALVAN were the five cheerleaders Petty Hood and seen, Tom which must not be mentaied material Bite your fruit cake newt' 46 OZ.
LINES (Peggy Hood,the rie Blanches Abbott, Linda Uhlidi and ..- is spelled B-r-s-dl) PING 3 CANS 89$.
Barbara Tate,Susie Wood eon, Fred Gore and Natalie!! What ravishing brunette ls
JH Ilk St 8*. HI. PeUributf and Julie Chickerlng), Sharon King and escort Jerry Pent.wfcfc being seen around campus with
Pk.M M2U21S.WB Cow lei.Oelden Boy(that's you, eseen Jerry FtnWr waa what sandy-haired stalwart' THE MOST COMPLETE

). ...... to zed Irtm *.*.. Mrs. Berry!). Judls Snwllan Junior site dent, Kathy Tarter Keep reading! ,
INS .... ... .... Mss Blue Streak), and Prince end Wally FresrkJuwn TIIB KEN'S PRODUCE MARKET We Have Fresh Potted Mums :
OIlne t. NHS (our hero. Mr. Cmire* coned Peary nine Sephe* CALL FOR
Naples 224.N 44,N ham). mere anewEm. RCUBER'TAMr. and r

New Na'Teak le te 221N 4M.M COLOR DAY charge Ctwrte ef new BUnohecte ur..roe'and was in IN NAPLES All Color No, 1 GladioliLOCAL

Bakl.ere SeNaples Friday was Color DIY atNHS 1M....,. Tao was In charge
2ltN nUt
and most everyone was of ceremonies for Senu4eynfcbr's y.
Lower Rates and dressed in blue and yellow. dece, for wkkM she, TINDER YELLOWSQUASH LARGE FLORIDA FANCY BAKING

Direct Service "Best-dressed" were Claudia. was emcee.: At the gels\ dance PUN auN, IuN a PW \
Combs and Bob Koch that st rip- Joy was gives a Urge laving GRAPEFRUIT215C APPLES2'bl.29

alp and Ac eneadems rtcel Silver King J JMOOERN'SAFE
ed, il'ver! charms.: All shamed! .
were honored me FAST J

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I Sound Public Policy / ULLJ

fet parts of the country may be subject 1r f the overarching moral pro!>
The wages paid for sim tar kinds ofurk to forced equalization Among the needless worries lem Somehow there nu
| that 1 take on from timeto left to cross over
varied different bridge
have in
It is worth noting that the Equal Pay y,0 DFc time is that of planning Reuel! Howe, who has dons'

I its of the country This is oat rat l and Bill which was enacted last June sad bridges Aery large and an excellent study of 'UK

''asary The cost of I ving for In- "No employer having' employees sub graceful one has just t been meaning i of dl.logue.d\ '

1e, in. metropolis such as New York shall' I erected near our city I \1 assure main of us desire to rid eur\
of this
|jed to any provisions section that those long grateful day existence of any claims (of

much higher than in a smell community discriminate within, any establishment n arches were not going to the holy. He tells of a m<'mIn '

''I the South which such employees are employed meet in the middle Hie fact 'r of a congregation who
Bit. one section of the (1"11 I Rights / that they did n'IIII.'i'\. ins lutii, t want a certain minis,'i
That phrase Within any establishmen1is i I hWSC" ,
admiration of thi II* !l1I'n !because) he v\ouldn loiuui
/ould seem to eliminate are wage of the utmost ,importance It recognizes F and the builders. Irate his religion into Sundav
fprentials It that It shall \ .
specifies the fact that nationwide wage 17 It also causes me to Wonder This member wanted someone

unlawful employment pract!ce "to equalization would be totally unwork .qt\tl.y' J" about the many times we who wouldnt make him deal

individual with / fail to meet in the arching with the complications of this
,1 i terminate against any '
Ml, and would be definitely aga PS -' causes of lifeThereieer religious faith for the rest of
,poet to his compensation, terms, con-
the 1 the week
public Interest r of a new pla
; or privileges of employment best The current problem to far as SFeHIvant (s on Broadway said of one act, bays Dr. Howe' Contempo.

of such individual's race, color, re- were dead rarv man is often interested
I B tfce two players
of the Civil !
section lights
orbit" Think of In religion and the Bible onh I)
national There is planets
i un sex or origin, ii loncemed, could have been solves: the times In home, In school in abstract terms and does not

ng in this statement which limits easily by adding the words "withm IIC In government or In publicaffairs want his life to be confrontedby
the Word. He is afraid of
'''e described unlawful
estblishment' where 'h
in pieces < ,
confrontation because he
'ii<, to to an ass'ii cannot
are; needed, That is not |just a techr stand revelation "
i ,shment And without such a limitsit -
caNty."" It Involves, instead a matter of It probably seems pious and
''JfI, seems clear that wage rates in sound public policy.It I certainly trry comfortable to

d M'-Tert! plants or establishments in dif II I If Ii sing with the lovely lass! In
it regrettable that it wasn't done ,
: 4 : Kro"nlnJC's poem, "(.ud', In

his heaven, all's right with the
. Fun Can Be Enlightening, Too 'SioeA world'' The truth Is that dod

never stays In his heavens He

has s way of breaking loose
Every kid going to college isn't intent who like college best for the things that err" from the "house arrest' under -

becoming an egghead supplement classwork _, which we place him. lie

More than half of 13,000 freshmen Dr. Chauncey seemed to take results refuses to stay at home

I 'I ,fstioned! in a recent survey acknowl of the survey in stride and without flinchIng ,_'M'x-'f.: fhe of issues confronting from: t the
mind man range I the
gpd that they are going to college prii I "e all seem In bf rnlsn political to the philosophical

i i f hr "collegiate reasons rather "They reflect the mores of our society iI peopi InK each other. never Hearing from the exploring of spin
21re Into the problems new
III fur the pursuit of knowledge and ," he said in a voice that did not meshing Into the thing (hat to the understanding There are swiilim of omsilus

cultivation of the intellect" which is quaver very much "Having good time NATIONAL OUTLOOKEnd -- matter most r .1|flit!ls and dangerous uii

5,,iryvay of saying learning a thing over the weekend is an important part TIlt'I anguished plaint of' tin' I'nl10 be bridged We dun i
!fjllier in the Darn case is to build those bridges In 'dam,
of life of a New Era? ROM! V\P "11 vtll I U a tin t point These I..tn'nb -\ III utg host( with whom wi di'

evolution should be neither sur- "These figures should give the colleges Itetmtif l n.Ttl'lIl! t t.i i i this .L. hula of so many III our turn agree. In i ignoring i t hue

.j t nur alarming even if it it conI a better understanding of their by OEORCS HAOOXWH casloi," saiii P ''I i-fl Paul VI, were confronting the (niblii' whom we would rather forget:

I that "collegiate" fancy term handing: a 1923 hrst4dlu edition and private consequences il, nr In listening to our own
i n a students They won't be living in a fool's of Shakespeare to an aide, who
their behavior and their t\ nice' instead of to an ''''rn.1.
/mg' fun paradise They will know that they do promptly walked away with it, ample Said the one father Word

i These youngsters were |just being not have lot of little Einsteins on cam Only a coupfe of yean ago France to establish a com- merit It was for an members embarrassing of Britain's mOo "We didn know that Itla Wl' arc not "dead plaints II'i

'u t and truthful -- no matter how pus," the good doctor declared it looked at though the world mon price for grains in the Royal Stratford Shakespeare illegal\ to serve liquor to teen orbit We are living persons

ii, it hurt mater and at tout the part of It on this European Economic Community a gen." He probably dtdnt and, then is an eternal >i I
patet.I It be that the colleges company A member of the
may just possible ride of the !Iron eVrte n, had -a price which would know Rut also he had not discovered and a reconciling love To In
Dr. Chauncey .had. in mind have entered "new IN" of International the incomeof company, Dorothy Tolls, had his that
a seriously depress handed the book to the Pope for own responsibility KID( to understand "is i imeet i"
I seems only fair to assume that al- known about this "collegiate" business economic cooperation German tanners. Britain his blesslnc to these young people TIll'I is the issue midstream'
Although It was recognized finds that the high level of
In the confusion immediately
student understands since Hector but hesitated to
college was a
very pup
that tough problem remained internal Incomes has led to a after s special performance jlv.n .
''he basic purpose of going to college come right out and say so, After all the prevailing eplrlt flood of imports and the new for the Pope and many of the said I-1 uiay Camp Leeu"O'N.r

"' get an education. It is also a fact mamas and papas have a tendency to suggested that solutions wouldbe Labor Government is Imposing 2,000 prelates attending the Vat. NEWS FROM reported the largest' i 11.111I.

', ever. that a big part of the thrill end blame the college not their dearly be- advantageous worked. out line on It mutually seemed a temporary 15 of percentsurcharge lean Ecumenical Council Pope WASHINGTONASSOCIATED IH'I. -- 14 Including one deal)
on top preeent Paul VI mistook the $0,000
W\t HC GTON AP rai'
'I'ment of college life are the extra- loved offspring, when it turns out that that the tad old days of the tarifla..to the consternationof book us gift' PRESS first >suicessful (tracking) III i I

I ular activities the football games the little rascals' aren't cracking book interwar period, when each Britain's partners in the After a hasty explanation by satcllitf let l a laser Imam ,

trial' life, the weekend fun etc and except old dad's checkbook. natton problems tried at the to solve Its of own 1U European Free Trade Aria Archbishop John C. Heenan. the om.ntraiiHl' ray at light( ii"
expense elation as well as other cpunKri folio was returned,
WASHINGTON (AP) Re. rer-irtpd Hldaj by the Nan"iaJAeinnautirs
It's |us>n>bsiible that some of those neighbors were gone foreverIt .". a. The United Statehasbeen porting a favoraMe turn in the and Space Adm I s,
>, 'rip teen per cent of the freshmen fun-loving' freshmen may get academically would be an exaggeration trying to encourage domestic Paul VI someday( may visit the low.level war In 1..0., U.S .tlcials \. t Iratl hen
to that this new spirit of economic with .
say growth
eyed by the Educational Testing Ser- proficient somewhere along the four- cooperation in economic! attain low long-term interest rates United States and Canada ...y.MIIJ' say that more than 1tt The, iE!;>'my said scientists 1\t
Communist Patliet Lao the ,
Alberto Otovannettl the traps satPllne Explorer 22, will
e said they go to college for academics year educational journey and actually become Is dead. But It ha suffered but, to prevent a resulting Vatican's permanent observer have defected (to iituiialisi government laser I twain" at least to Urn. 11

s Another 26 cent said they not little but king-sized severe blows and Is bad outflow of capital, has Im- forces the !
> per genuine at the United Nations psl in?nth :and are opum' -
ly puMd an Interest Equalisa Daily strikes "ii AiieiltJii. ti' shout ,01 i
Giovaiuurtti said Thura. lucre/ possible usi
1 prepare! for a career or profession Einstein. Part of the trouble .Is the LIon also labeled "tfll1- Magr
Tax day the Roman Catholic pontiff supplied T2S plJIo's t ti I '.i' l II, tin* hilt IK.mi, in space work
'lu'r: ,. ,4 per cent were described by Dr After all, a little fun never dulled development of some divergence parley." would make such a trip only In Rival. Lois" U, j" vuu IJSIT ,.1111 s are mountud! "II.i itelebi

I Chauncey, president of ETS as anybody intelligence. As. matter of In the tntemattonsJ Western political connection with "a religious credited will n\e\ a4uio\ m the op >s ,it' the Goddard Spare

onformists." fact fun can sometimes be most en- nations objective neutral of the dcOaiUle A Dal Utter? occasion that would Justify such LaiAljn eve rnnu'ut's'use, I licit, ('elI"I., Greenbelt, Ml ,
s visit" VraHc( .jai lit i,5, Hi tin alai! at* ,i o neral Electric ( ".
1 he 51 those doesnt want to are an Inter The American '"Trade Expansion
remaining per cent were lightening, early summer against Patlipi sun,'<" ii Phoenix, Art.
nationally-manned nuclear Act of 1962" was Intended CHARLOTTE AUAL1E VI Lao troop i'ran'entraining and'
-- --- -- fleet eat&b lihed. and one of to the AP A M-year-old must 'an road
--- encourage ( ) ninctluns have l hone WASHINGTON AP) Reslutions. ,-
QUICK QUIZQWMft' his reasons for putting economic growth of world trade and to Israel Nunez Feilclano, has tapped up within the past pissed! by( the National

pressures on his Common enable this country to participate been charged with threateningVice month Council of Catholic Women In a
art the Seat of Market partners to to In It The immediate Presidentelect Hubert H, WASHINGTON LAP) Twen. four-da
c invention
GOP Loses 485 State Scats urged sup.
Tranquillity/ Serenity and them from partlclpat for .
prevent occasion passing It was Humphrey ty>four cases Vapours Inc the desire that the Common None wan arraigned Thurs. rt them fatal, have hem report.d tailed for a concerted effort t hi<
r: ;' In Democratic Landslide A-On the moon Jl1tC'rnall'roLinu. Market not be used as a device day and ordered held III $500 at Marine bases this yell. Instill in viuth respect for au.\

for putting us at a serious ball for trial A Marine Corps spokesman thorny of parents.Ilisloilcal ,
,, -It it proper to piece More bask Is the fact that disadvantage In selling
the / "----'I .i I.iFIII _
j Bible/ /louxri, or a lodge some of the Written nation\ our products In Europe. With
.dd \\ Correspondent emblem/ or any other object are coming up against hard all the problems which have

II :Newspaper tnttrprlleIln, upon the US //too internal problems with connotations arisen, one wonders whether COLLIER COUNTY
.'" A-No, Nothing I should both for their domestic that law will be anything buta

WASHINGTON iNEAii ever rest upon the U.S. flag politics and their freedom dead letter By KURT GRIESSHABER ee AND SOUTHWEST
I i iiinienslons of the damage dealt the Republican parts of action internationally As one observes all this it FLORIDA
I I i 1964!) l'Ie'U"na'all he well when the Democratic Erhard or.r-__ "" ____ _;:r :rr: _:. :.___ :. .
seen Q-In World War ff. what Chancellor want to ,an't help but create feeling :r--.. ._
"i i ,"I i state legislatures m closely examined. was "Operation Torch"? protect the relatively Inefll of nervousness In another

More than 48S slab Senate and House seals were lost bv A-The Invasion of NorthAfrica dent West Ot'rmalfarml'rl but related, area-the true-
the iOI' in the 'latest of three such debacles to ulrlke' the by Anglo' -American and resists tiniiMn! ofT Lure of international currency CAS PAR ILL A, FA C TOR FICTION'I -v

pan: sine! >: 1952 Republican! stale. I .!!elslaUe I ( losses totaled forces reserves The U B holds gold --- --

ace in is.'l and a munumrnlal nnn in 1tI'lIl. as> a reserve against Its dol-
I .IM. retain control of both houses o P C S AiL.A M i'SARO1i Man)' Florida hlstorj b<" ks '\.-- '.5
i mils sure legislative lars abroad, but those same .
assert that GaspaillU, (tie pir.
< ,:1 1 sixiutis Idaho Kinnas New llani|) ale, was only a legendary figure,
,",uith Iskuta and \'i'rmont M AIR C R t'T c'o'op, itijrve of the countries which actual mention of himappeat'a -
and that no
\1., i i ho' 1002 <'1. III'IIA.' the GOP could (Mint to 18 tales ACRI 'T0 M, 'O 1'tl'ARosCS hold t them In fact the chief In old dorumenta

i i-.laturt A. n. under their "duublronlrol" In the I CUI"II" i4 Ni.uJS on't BCI tune of growth In world reserves or historical any recordu w

i ;iiii D\\ ,' I iscidinwer'a 1'>:V;! triumph,, the totalMil >il< k Mum I RT'D o us c A rlMIS has been the deficit in We ti.* this asMrtioi' *s a
U '1.11t'1 win eta the U 8 balance of paymentsthe
6 \\ utrl hot challenge and during t the past
17 t'itnuJnui.iii .,
I outflow of dollars
summer kept A clo e watch l h'r>
t>H: .MI.S 01 'flit t 1It.\) \ST\TIOMN 1961 are nearly 1:1.: ka+'II.d A4luung' vow PAL'tRT Presumably nobody wants mention. of Mi name in ck>t'uo

ible; In I 1".1' i nme a Republican fortress, he part IS Swllbiiiij) seal G n N C'R'0'L'iAVOCADOS .o precipitate the common menu and re. orris we researched -
:la"'It'aI'lltl\1'+ vats and the Democrats took total ft" 41 :\ClalUiU TiT >rlsis that would result from

lusl four ', >';us ago, the \iOI'| had a 7830 Hou.v edge 14 KnltMirr. : \',nu' DCBATtp AT'Tu0CALYCRS pushing over this Inverted At first we cold find no men.
4S I"
1,15 I Senai ,U-IIUM; : 15 flak ,1..111111 1Ctf pyramid of reserves Even so, Inn (4 Gaspanlla In the lists

"i te' K another Mookmt-.trr In 1961 t. after Richard b UU 48 44 l-.illjut torniuUW a hlgt. degree of mutual trust ul pirates recorded b) the Brit.

on', Ions of the pr<'\ldrnr\ Republican till held a JO.3 talc IV.H. >lrr4il !OiutiON( or muioAY $ PUZZUIT and understanding among lh Admiral) It began 10 Jp.
Senate edge: and a I II: IX llousr margin Today the 17 ln.ukII matkSI governments and central pear thai lose Caspar might in- W
II m Senate Is 24!! :> ()<'nioi,rallr and the house 79.72 Demo- rr dau't I r|!Sola i '. I banks 1s necessary to keep ItbalaDced. died be a ftgmerd of someone s 11c

The GOI' )I"" was 6.: .<.aUilnan it' UlU.ll IIIC'l: hl-1irr,, ,.. ,.1 tmalnatlon
Ie'i I I.'ii' "' !Inane win m man\ is I .in! of .. l Idsitt 'untr\ Ihe net part I I". >s in U : \ DON I. l documents a com.plete I
hoar 4611': \ i niiol' ill huth hnuM Other ill i line". Mi kiianu I. C oa.ltl I, \, ,,1"1 &7'J/" ". album of photostat*of Span.111I .
bue4k d,, 1 : 1\11" ,
s,'t i ative I ci i ''IIn\ H d Nrith Dakota 31: (tentative' 1.1auducr '.' ., nUUar andsonntjror mapsto
,s .n in \l s-. 'DM JJ MI south Dakota I8mol" u<|l1l. :ft khan' : j, ,". 1t\1 ""f.. THi COtLlU C"JM .f 's be found In the Archive Gen.

'l, niani't i < III \\ \ I of War, B vaeat erenneraaaary
l !
I large Ripirluau' loss s ,
,... .
lime rat -u'u'' :' i b '
!llampshiri ::1 t \,'\\ S or* U! Mulligan 2K/ Ma sai > to fo to Spain to find

t.i .':! Vet''iii'' 21)) IV"ninxK. ;inn\ \I'l Onto and \\ikt .. * * town The technical libraries of
,. "
I ,i 17 eachKipubluais 1 I J I 0' I r j : : : Germany have a cop or photo I, JOSE CASPAR CALLED

) cult luau', al came:: ame in the Old _ - COLLIER COUNTY NEWS of practically every museum ob> CASPARlUA 3
where the party s tut\ at am ,. in tate MJIDili t fall i- lll M'CMAIL CMANCt tan, Pbi.M' pct In Kuripe.Hen : .

; Big({ Rslin I is l\t'n' ( ;.wiki:: *. I u Hoiula H Itmietaee THOMAS HAVIH Aaocup Cater were hundreds ufdetatlad '"
.f ,f MARSHALL. WYATT A.v III......, maps of owSotah Florida area
net III i 17 adneI I losses
I i gain > was d.I\) .if R in Ins ,'
If. art's
OPOLRA Mc A. e a seer rulI'!
AtetHT SuplOAVIO Some 4' w. Inl'
ol the mAp even included ""Id ducumMa,
arolina i ant! i li In P<'xasin r il ... the ,, ,
11 MERMAMON C 'c D tJ' l.xatl"na are < m .je t "nisIn 5,4 sera. ,
ft reds arid
\ 0: Indian irding to re*
? striking; iMtption toil 'nitlmn pall,,
the Museum
,\h Ri' in \uOatiw t f Ii. >" J 4. l> ..>!W Mina, mound which tuld l tic ,arid, Mreferen t Madrul+ i I. i eau bot.' e u red at..taer11me
I'ulilu' picked
Es'i ans up\ :: vats l I;' I" -: : ., map dated 171 which. sinus
/t .ntf &.; tf4r n tr. a ft ->aa'> byin a pu"its 1Ir. ld Mif'lBf
-- C."' .' Counl, Put' t.1 Ciiii. Chart'.te Harbor *. "8. de Gasspe.rill" Perll4" I ire ., ,,
lit DEI'TII OF Tilt; KMMRIUl: | \M\s: t't If Ul TRlfe Avwttf N. some unlat'led 1 In "I'JM. '' e r '
i I. is not (: ,, .
d ujderneath
;. t"i taste ...,1 IItIIIr.. f 0 alike c.ucr...Meal and MTUcauooal &J Sin a1IYU' re" roW.. dal
,n the aim \ Cw Carl .
s or on > > Hay in the M uixi 1 Ke, .* ern
,, Den rats held double ,; n Jt n J. .l'M'.... 2 Slit few naps, which usoall) car. OI''lrartl': are, U
,"i I Dial ii"" now ('onlr,1 In 33 0" ,. r data area mere i.s limed. "B tit ( are claimed, (i
O no the miUur l
maps > (kevrilera'MMIIUUI
nost sinxt World War II J' ." t ""- 0 wrdMad, whirs wasatremea.XM In*." Aa previ,>>$1) inentl'wed, ."' ,. We
i found in a long range delicit! of nearly 131ki t i !seats lost J' / .........._ Ibrwav help in ,om pubnc the time the. Sp*."irdt somehow managed y.t As king ii arm mj aa

I 1)),Mineral: in< (' the (.ill's. quirk UIlUr! 'in |>VM JI .. ., 'I i. ::1 afJ iMiranx at the elate level hate had their 0 ,; Cs ate get eIre
I: brifhl On a I P6: by Juliui de C&II.n ducunients. >e wifl
v. $15 1' Ma'in' S' M map ggf>i<
n' 'II' .gaming: :311 scats in 19$2. 42 in I 16. 290) In IWW N ., .. : Ii.-.0".. .......t... SI JS Amage iM C.mse. we iKlr, 4 la t'isit\ map, dated 183:;. them fur the i :t.... flee m*
II Iti62: : But t these totals look puny beside t their! apes' M.-"...' .< 11. *..... ,'.: p.t.i the Tainpi ana "'Boc de Gas- In (the hr.ar t Uuswon also U>. pef1ll an.d)
19.54. \\9M and now 1W4Ulii ; o.tudI *...'. ,. ,". cate ( tr\\,. te the ktowdfc
of ; Bar *
losses trJ'
pJn tiT a Tape tt
4) perils
ai On
7" ". ." f. <1 N ..i .....1 a 171)military may, reproduce portion
.- hold today barely a third ef all the nation lrKla .,, hews IM'. ..>.MM ,q t"-,. e.... ft the ") lie Gal> r '' 1.I located in > area *n$: GMpanlU'a t*. ,* UItr sob *n 'n_.,.... ,.. ..s..sin
.btl'.lud u ..... .. au AP .Niel'.. ', .
needlne muscle fur lilt $1 1-- laud Is u mvd I IS M.r'
r :, st> Badly higher < ..... xx wc_ c ... "'.n., *<-(1 n! a .une sp<" .* tjitay's wQtbt "r al. mines astsdi
t ,, :.1 l wars to' come, the Republicans never l looked! mort't IMP I"' "r 0" a N'..... C iaa :U bland. n. M < Boca '; S.' fI'h "ia-i artlia'e e pi a "Hale arrive
ar ated. .0' Ie, l' .- A- -......- ......_ A.i N M.raw .. -i. ., ..t.'I t..iaSanibelualBe. tam .a"a\ 'j. -vntfid fn oCT> .1'I a'

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I It l

11.1"1''' t M jrlH. 1M I t '
i 'F Forces COUIH COUNTY NEW. Me. }uMl.y, N'' Ii.r I"k. 5 JJ 1va5 Yw An Extra BONUS Of 2 oz. FREE!

New 1 12 a2.1ar

Ford To Lay NESCAFE INSTANT Coil ee SI Utlk SAY 0.!e 5OcDr4.With 99'


33,500 Men Off ve .11_.. Ll"JII.rNM. -"" ,...,. IrPc ....... ....."'.". ttJl,_ 1 _

Ford DETROIT, Mich. (AP) -The Join The Thrifty Shoppers Who
Motor Co.'* 180,000 hourly

ty worker or a today total face layoff the sometime poeelblll. SAVE MORE At Kwik Chek !

nen week over labor trouble lit

Uter Hill brewing agreement nearly on two a national month YOU GET TOP VALUE STAMPS TOO f >

contract However, hope pereleted that They Make Christmas Shopping! Easier!

this might be avoided. \WYIP' M4 4A4Mt" ,'apt* .e.g116N ,
Ford, blaming part shortages
from United Auto Worker local
atrHes at eight factorle*, V\
laid off 33,500 men Friday In EXTR
plant around the country. 1y I FIEF too I I TOP V PS
This brought the total Idle to STAMPS .y..U!
17,800 Including the 24,100 onItra. !
W.D Breed
.. W-D
Ford ha* aid It* entire
90-plart ytem may become W.Zeal'ciir.a sl39a
Idle by next week. '..e.. ,It", ...... ..
Ford and the union agreed on Nfl u .
Gr'd Bee! AI r \ W"" salve H'
a national contract Sept. 18. It EXCEL\ -
doe not become effective, how.
ever, until cupplementlng local Prices IflMtht Nt". U Tkra II
level agreement are reached at GOVT.IHsr.ORAO'ANaplesStoreOnly *
Jo u.
all the plant I W ) GEORGIA; FRESH There was no
apparentchange $139
the company.unlon f
standoff since Ford agreed Fri. OPEN 'TIL 6:30: MON. TO THURS. f FRYERSCUT I IOPEN

national day to meet Ford with bargaining the UAW com OPEN 'TIL 9.00; p.m. FRI. t

mlttee.. The meeting 1* set for .r / 711 7.00 p.m. SAT.

next Thursday. a..ttty lights Reitrvee UP or WHOLE
But both Ford and the VA W.Jpr..4 _
e hope the meeting 111111
might not be necessary.
"We see no reason why the SAVE 1k LUCKY HAP
q! U r r ep t W. advised strikes Per
should be continued that long," :
5 .. 39c:25c
aid Ford Vic President Mai- Sauce. Pound
calm Denlse. Apple ?
Ken Bannon director of the a
UAW' Ford department, said
he hoped all Issues could be
solved before Thursday. SAW 17. CHKKIN NOOOll OC MUSHROOMHeinz

Bannon said a purpose of the Savin's Galore
meeting would be a union Intentto SHOWN ABOVE is .\ portion of one of the many ,.., \ !
"find out why" all local Is. illustrations drawn by William Henry, Naples Soup 1h111lPaGk.. ewe. 49C
sues were not settled If the disputes artist, for "Peter Pelican," a children' book just .
Thursday were. Mill unsolved by published. SAVE 10 WHITI AllOW

The company said It had been fAVI .*. LIMIT TWO WITH OTHII rUlCHASIS QUICK Ot REGULAR Wfe V
making JO,000 to 09,000 cars and Bill Henry's Art Adds
10,000 truck a week prior to the
strike and that this had been cut
to 88,000 cars and 6,000 truck Quaker Outs 2: ft 25':

last closed.A week. with the part plant Flavor To 'Peter Pelican'A Half

company spokesmen said
the production loss next week children' book, titled Pedro Pelican, a nearsightedfellow Gal 1geSAVE
who could not see fish be.
would be "much more severe. "Peter Pelican" or"Pedro Pell
He declined to make any estl. cano" depending on which tide neath the surface of the water iWtTwe
and, much against his will of
mate. first Is now
of the book one see habtl
developed the of
available In five Maple Itor. .
SIce4 ',. .
"wiping" fish from pier fUher.
Written by Anina Roa, a r..I.dent 26c 'ISCHEI'S All w *,
of Miami, and Illustrated by men. This made him very unhappy
Believes Playing
but he also got very hun. Pork
William Henry, well known Na. .
Dead Saved Life pies artist, the hard cover book 1* gry and hunger woo out.
Peter which Beer
But Pedro or ,
published by Island Press, Fort
WK1TEFBH, Mont. (AP) Myers Beach. The Utl.nnd text ever la preferred, wu able to
break from his deplorablehabit Steaks
Montana hunter Halbert Harvey appear both In English andSpanl.h away
played dead, and he credit the which Is expected to give when a kindly woman taught. '
him to play ball and dancewhich
corpselike pose with preventing the book wide appeal during the
him from becoming one In a Christmas market. earned him stardom In the 6
fight with a tritely bear William Henry;known to him. Pelican Carnival. PaCk SAYS SDIXIE DARLING hewn N Serve Twin
The 0-year-old Whitefish law. dreds of Neapolitan a* "Bill," Henry, whose portrait and 12 6ge Per CU.ttT.
picture* hang In numerous Na. 49
yer, bunting north of here aid the Peter Pelican bookmarks
Wednesday, had Just passed a his first experience In U. or pie Pedro home,, Illustrate whichever* Peter'1* pre.ferred ., .. With Pound Rolls 2 I 12ak' 49
big spruce tree when he hearda lustratlng literature for children Other Perckaiss -
'many mood* a* he goes
turned and the
noise, saw He said he pent many hour ob. bad
from to worse and then 1*
grlztly charging.The serving pelican along local
redeemed life of crime.
from a
pun Harvey'sllvertlp's rifle first away swipe and beaches appearance before and fettling character on for an Henry said the book 1* avail .... IAVI 4< DIXII DARLING ANOn POOO
sent him sprawling. able at Song and gory Book
There he stayed a* If dead, Nook, The Gallery, Toytown and
Plans Gas (
hi* faced pushed Into the hill Virginia' Cuke.-
side, while the gristly bit and Rate Hearing
Clawed him The bear finally
walked away. TALLAHASSEE (AP-A eerie Scout
Key Boy
Hunting companion Don filers! of heat tags on natural fa* Bacon Sausage IAVII DIXII DARLING SANDWICH LOAF
some 300.yards away, heard the rate will begin In Miami next
commotion and hurried to the week, the Public Utllltle Com. Meeting Set
pot to find his Injured friend. mission announced Friday. t'L
Harvey was In good condition The meeting were designedto For Bread l.af 25C
In a hospital here today study temporary rate and TuesdayA
charge schedule and recom. .
mend permanent schedules meeting to plan revuall- Per A tmlt MM* '
Other hearing were ached. Eton of Boy Scout activities 4ge 3 Lbs. $1 0000 IUCKMargarine
uled for Sarasota. Ocala and In the Naples area will beheld Pound ;
Panama City.FI'UC at the City Recreation: Build

trig on Tuesday. Nov. 1'. at
? To Study 715o p.m.Approximat.ly.
Electric Business leader In the are

For Apartments have been Invited to tttend by W-D I BRAND I fioi.
Julius Le.**,. Naples and Jo-
Public TALLAHASSEE Utllltle Commission(AP- The will eph Edwards. Fon Myers. FROZEN'FOODS
offlcUU from
Scout through
accept argument by
electric power companies on out Sumy Lend Council, alA, fryerBreasts -
what type of rate should ap. will be present at (he meeting FARMHOUSE ftOUX DRAM
ply> In certain apartment. to assist In the planning and to
The arguments will be for el. answer any tjJMtlorJ that may tames
ther business or residentialrates coma up.Naples. OJ& 3 for $) i
l'-- OCI in cooperative and condo.
minium apartment PiesMIAOIO 1 0 0
HCT tr The commission aid Friday

It ordered submit written five companies arguments todayto on Shellers le e w thighs

FOR POWER TO SPARE why residential rates, which are
tower than commercial rate, Resume MeetingsHere
SEI THIS V-6 PERFORMI should not apply to such equip 10 49
IMMIOIATI DILIVIMTI ment u washing machines and Thursday Shrimp u. Pk. YOUR
$2,041 appliances used by all ore CHOKE I
eupant of a Julntly owned WIde
vine Seta Tai an4 Tn Ing. The first meeting of the ... GOLD KING noivtHush
The commission residential son of the Naples Shell! Club,
rate would apply U the follow. with election officers, will beheld
READY TO OOI Ing four condition were meti Thursday November II, at $1
All power must be for the own. I p.m. U the Community Room Puppies 3 For
LUFF GMC ers benefit; no power can be of the Naples' Federal Building.
sold or rented; separate meter B will be the sixth consee
421 Ninth S** N. tag and billing mast be provide live teajon lor the club since ,4
Tne.rery La_ ed; and someone must be re. its Inception U November' of 1
sponstble for the Mils list. Elution of officers will FRESH PRODUCE
----- Include poet for president We.
president, secretary tad tree.
urer. A otf. post U being ereat. M.IHT01M SWIIT CRISP
FLY NAPLES ed corresponding secretary -
due to the steady rise la e f res.
MIAMI pondeoce.Oatee :39IIIM
tor the aaaiiil Shell Apples Bit .
Sltow, sponsored yearly ky. the
New Year Round Daily Schedule club, lure bee M for February 3 1f
II, SO and SI. INf. Additionallarmatio HfAO jl tf r
Nsplet! T. Mieml will be anoowMed a*

7.45 A.M. 1130AM 3.45 '.M.Miami plan are feroeJated, a calkIpok..mea .
said. Cabbage.
T. Nsplet' Aaron'* interested U shell sad 8
fceiltof, aJ especially neveom.en _
900 AM. 215PM 500, P.M. are urged to attend Thar
411'* Mettoc. There I* M oUlgatVM .
eeevrttoM ee4 RMratl U sir petit le ski werW to)oar but nenberstup uaow KOMI BAKING

ope. aed dues are ft *
NAPLES AIRLINES or $1 tor a *
person couple
"aplea Afotert" Cee e.r.e I MUe.1 AlreortMI For further bJbraeUo* re. 2 % Cc Upton Tea e .MP.... 85cMw
HI44I.IIC fartftac membership pereoeeare Apples Us,
I44M Uked to rooted Mr. pLea Upton Tea Bags u it rtt. cStrike
*, Tkaet e/fw If..... Trs'tl Ae y I Ceta. B ref, "rwt eri. at W R.Ie51.

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i I 't.ti 1 "i1 >....-,-rt School MenusThe
6 COLLIER COUNTY: NEW, MaeJet. ft*.. I*** Mnniiihir II, I9iMfc 4 :t ,

: Sib :t{ HEADQUARTERS menu for the week at Late
: ; : :;;: Park School:

,t 1"I = : Mondayr-ChlU. cole slaw ba.

i71.\ !I.t I.
I \ salad, pineapple, rolls and milk
::itit Wadnea lay-Hamburgers, dm
: chips, baked beans, spinach
I :it peaches and milk.
ThursdayBologna with

''" iti i mashed potatoes, corn, celery
i sticks, Jello with orange slices

'.... v bread and milk.
Friday-Hot turkey
Add to newcomers in Naples, Mr and Mrs Walter K sandwiches, tomato or peanutbutter wed.

Harris They recently moved to Marlin Drive from Boot!;I I ges, green beans, potato sticks,

d"y Springs Technically, they are not newcomers as they havE Ice cream and milk

longed to the Naples Senior Citi/em Club for some time,

>y and Mr Harris heads tin,. group this year The Harris;:S The menu for the week it

also maintain a home ,n Akron, Ohio Shadowlawn School
Monday: -Pork chops,
Mr and Howard candled
Moore have
given up then yams, tossed salad, French
r Chicago residence, and "ill be full-fledged Neapolitan!; bread, applesauce.
from now The Moores ,. Tuesday-Meat loaf, rice with
on. move into their Harbour Out:. ..r ,
gravy, brussel
I ts$, upside
apartment the first of the monthSpeaking ,,kPr down cake

f of the Harbour Club, Mr. and Mrs. A E Wednesday-Turkey pot pie,
coleslaw, squash, peaches
Allsopp are back in their apartment after spending the ThursdaY-Hamburgers, puck

summer on Cape Cod, plus a six-week taunt to EuropeMr P les, mashed potatoes, lettuce and

A and Mrs Charles Baird Price, of Louisville, Ky 1 tomato salad, Juice bar.
have opened their rambling home on the Beach at 12th wlches, spinach, potato cheese salad sand,

Avenue, South. The Junior Prices and their three children i cherry pie.

will be down from Louisville for the Christmas holidaysMr

and Mrs. Julius C. Smith are back on G..lleonDrive The menu for the
X'f( Qt'lTF; THIS IMG': Ranrh Pettit nn.it fh'p/ll'tnwllt nuntaKrr i iS.MS at
and will be here until April. The Smiths Naples Senior High SchoolMondayChiiburgers :
spend : tin three I tin'kc\. 's Sunshine Foo spring and fall in Greensboro, N. C., the summer in Li n- of tin "Poitiaith in Food"looking school on \\YdiieMlnand. Tliuisda rolls, cherry pie milk,, butler slaw,

ville, N. c., and the winter months in Naples \' it Tahitian ('O\"" auditoiuim will \MiKh shout 10 pounds tech Tuesday-Meat loaf, tomato

Across from Smiths' Mr. and Mrs. Humbert PowellJr until) is a lot ol hu'key. A bud\ the size of tin aria in the putuic he's sauce, salad scalloped potatoes,

after a few delays, moved into their new home this |oinliiiff; to would \\citfh in the nl'hrhhmhooll| ; of 75 poll I)daNEWS. fruit, hot rolls, milk, butter
Wednesday Chicken
photo) over
weekend Humbert Powell III will join his parents for rice, English peas, salad, rolled

P l i'IUl'I( ('I. J( S'' il'ILT'ScholfzPeltit) Christmas vacation from Salem College, W Va. wheat rolls, butter, milk, cakeThursdaySpagtiettl.meat

"WE'RE BACK, TOO" Woman's Club Prizes Add Spice To Menu cheese sauce, slaw, green bears and

Others back the local hot rolls pudding milk, butter
on scene Mr and Mrs Busy Making Friday-Choice of hamburg,

William J. Merritt, Seventh Avenue, South While in onions, pickles, tomatoes or fish

Auburn, N. Y., this year, they bought property on Owasco Bazaar GiftsThe For First Cooking School squares hot rolls, slaw, Jello,
The of Miss milk
engagement Patricia Joan Sehclti of Naples butter
Lake and will of
spend most
months theren
to Gerald Allen Pettlt has been announced by MlH Scliolu summer Friday afternoon sewing -
father, Deaco Thomas Scholtz of :3114 Gordon Street the future group of the Naples Woman's Plans are complete for Collier items, Including some of the

Petllt Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Pettit Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Habermenn enjoyed their regular Club Is continuing with prepa County's first cooking school. foods prepared during clan ses. The menu at Naples Junior
of 1263 12th Street, North. rations for the Christman Fiesta The first school I s called
PRIZES!: High School
The l IIrld< 4o-b U I graduate of Naples High School, summer In Cragsmoor, N. Y A holain-one made it particularly Bazaar to be held Thursday, "Portraits in Food," and will Top prize to be given away Monday .: Spaghetti, green

las (of 1064. She is presently employed at the W. T. memorable for Mr Habermann, but he Is still December :3, 10 a.m to 4 p.m. be held Wednesday and Thursday free at each of the two morning) peas, tossed salad, sliced peach.

Grant Store on the North Trail paying for this accomplishment. Since returning to the at the club house. Nov. I B.19. at the Tahitian classes will be a portable tele es, rolls and butter, milk.
Pettit attended Naples High and Is connected In business The group is making a variety Cove auditorium. Doors of the .
Beach Club vision set. In addition,Don Wynn Tuesday Baked ham, sweet
with Naplea Mlllwork golfing group, several men have held him to .
of gifts. paadles of wool and eel. auditorium will open at 8:30a.m. owner of Sunshine Foodway, will potatoes, whole kernel corn,
A December 11 wedding la scheduled at the First the traditional "price" for the feat lophane, for children and teen. and classes, under the direction give away three 10.Ib. turkeys celery cornbread butter, cake,
Presbyterian. Church to which all friends of the coupleare Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smith are back on Gordon Drive ages alrmoblles of shells to of Mrs Rebecca Tart, will get at each of the two sessions.Small milk.
Invlt.d.'Velcome'Vagon tinkle In the wind, Christmas underway at 9:30 a.m.
electric appliances and other Wednesday Beef stew with
from Dorset Vt. Mr. and '
Mrs Charles Erdman, who also flower arrangements In gold and Mrs. Tart, Miss Katherine
merchandise will be given free to potatoes carrots onions, cu.
have a home in Dorset,, are spending a week with the colors to create fiesta decor Blackshear and Miss Ellen Can. persons in the audience.. Samples cumber strips, biscuits and but.
small gold Christmas trees and trell, of Florida Power It Light of
Coca Cola's new diet drink. ter, pineapple upside down cake
Smiths.Col. others of red tulle trimmed with
home service
"Tab milk.
will be served,along with
and Mrs. Charles W. Jacobsen are back on Palm ribbon bows and ornaments, and ment, will at Wednesday's class .
miniature loaves of Miss NM. Thursday Meat loaf, buttered
M.R. Mathews; historian Mrs Circle West from Christmas tree ornaments demonstrate
Syracuse N Y And Mr and Mrs Anton gay how to prepare teen bread. potatoes cabbage salad, celen

Club In Naples Patrick GaIlagh.r.Followlnc the .Installation Nystrom, of Bay Road, have arrived from Chicago covered with sequins. Every. gourmet foods for the Thanks. The Collier County Dally NEWS strips, cherry cobbler, bread
a thing In the line of unusual gifts giving table. Thursday's session
will three and butter milk.
give slx.months
away ,
short business session was held Mrs. Caleb Lodge McKee announces the marriage e will be found at the bazaar. will be devoted to Christmas
Elects OfficersThe subscriptions to the paper at each Friday Submarine sandwichor
The President
Mrs. Paul Line of her The committee making dishes.
Indiana apron
daughter, McKee McCammon Frank
back to cooking school session. tuna sandwich, spinachpotati
Naples Welcome Wagon appointed chairman for the Dean Earl. The aprons of original design for "Portraits in Food," which is Before and after the carrot
following committee for ceremony took place Friday, October 23rd, work cooking gems strips Ice cream
Flub: held its second the as well as play. The ladles expected to be an annual ev.nt.
meeting donuts
Thursday, November 12, In the yean Ways and Means,Mrs.D.L.> in Columbus, Ohio, where Mr and Mrs. Earl will make aim to please every taste in their Is sponsored by Sunshine Food. have an, opportunity persons to look over will ,

,'ommunlty room of the Naplea Bowman; social, Mrs Francis their home. display. Mrs. Mary Feightneris way Florida Power I Light Co., the latest electric household
federal Saving and Loan Building phoning Dayton; Mrs membership James Studdard-and tele Mr. and Mrs Dean Beckwith end their small sqn.* mlttee chairman assisted of by the Mrs apron Bertha com News.and the Collier County Dally which will be displayedby The menu at Sea Gate Ele./

The first order of business sunshine The Mrs Donald Green; Jeffrey, who occupied the AI Johnstons' house on Eighth Farewell Mrs Maude (land ry In addition to learning how to local firms.Programs .with instructions mentary Monday School-Sloppy: Joes on bun,

was the Installation of officers, giving lucky winner of Thanks, Avenue South, for 10 days, have returned to their home and Miss Berdana McIntosh. prepare tasty gourmet foods for for preparation of the Thanks potato sticks, buttered corn, ice
was Mrs. Friday November 13, at 1:00 the upcoming holidays those at.
with Mrs Kenneth Shopard, Wei.ome giving and Christmas t cream, milkTuesdaYHam
Dilly J. Crawford. in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Beckwith Mr. Johnston'be
is Edith
, hostess s p.m. Polly the hostess for tending the cooking school will owbe
Wagon leading a demonstrated each day and beans, tur.
The December meeting will niece. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston will the afternoon, served punch and be presented with
rainbow be down from Bradford a host of tree
candlelight ceremony a luncheon at Baronl's Restrau. cookies to the following members available at the door to the audl. nip greens, black cherry Jell,
The new officers are Pre rant, open to Indies Pa., soon to open their shop. of torlum. corn bread, butter, milk
interested the Sewing Group: Kay An.
.ident, Mra Paul Llnolmclc Sr.; Collier Countlans, both men Wednesday u r k e salad
in hemming members Miss Justine Wakelee will y
of the be an addition to the per derson, Lou Arbaugh, Ruth Bras.tear .
vice president Mra Joseph Welcome Wagon Club. AU St. Ann's Guild and women, are being Issued a sandwich, cream of split pea
Simpson; reporting secretary, serrations should be mad re. sonnel of Johnston of Florida this season In the meantime CatherineBergerCorneliaBrooks cordial invitation to attend"For.traits soup, pie milk.ThursdaYRoast.
: Burnham
Mra James Brandon; corresponding fore December 8 with Mrs. Paul before they open she and her mother, Mrs. Justus Florence Brydon, Wanda Clark,, Plans in Food" by the sponsor.Ing beef, p''da.

J. Crawford secretary; treasurer, Mra., Mrs Billy. Francis Uneback Dayton, ER 2.7308 2-4518., or Mrs I I. Wakelee' leave tomorrow for several days in Nassau Carol Crane, Mneatha Cowden, Luncheon, Urms. butter toes, ,carrots milk.FridayFish. fruit cup, bread,
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Lum Jr. Dorothy Davis, Peg Eckles,
are entertaining at a Bertha Farewell, Mary Fashion Show Panhellenic sticks, French
cocktail party at the Beach Club on Thursday. The Lums FelChtner fries, cole slaw, cake, bread,

t trartrtrtrarwsnnBamboo are at the Surfside until the 30th when they go to PauTIne LordarKayruFranklin: ; ; St. Ann's Guild will hold apre. Group To Meet butter, milk.
Ruth Oibauu Iirkia Hearth, holiday fashion show
Chatham N J. They will be beck for Christmas and
Trivets Lahala Place Mats again Jane Hedmaa, Maude Hen. at 12:30 o'clock Saturday noon, Tuesday Night Ifyou want that souffle t to> Im t
In February not only to escape the cold weather but to dry Ruth Hill, Thelma lodges, November 21, at the Naples Beach Members of the Greater Naples a "lop hat," jum before puitm
Jewel Cases Orb Money Clips I check the progress on the horn they are building intqu..lane Helen Homer, Paula Jent. Club Hotel Panhellsnic Association U in the oven run the tip "f f fteinpnun "
aach, Ruth Klmmel, Bunny Billed aa an "exceptionallygala" will hold t around the mi x I tunahuut
Shores their
Eaton Stationery j Konold, Louise Manes, Bernice fashion 1Ih0w.verallocai second meet an inch from the east 'I i
Miss Florence Ely Hunn and Miss Mabel Elizabeth McFarland, Berdena Mclntosh, shops will be showing their se.lections ing of th..uonat 'l1300'clockthe he ....erole.t.9 .

Naples' Prettiest GreetingCards 'Warren are at their home on 15th Avenue, South They Ruth McLaughUn, Virginia Mor. of the latest afternoonand the home night of November 16 In
rls, Dorothy McMullen, Bertha evening clothes appropriatefor of MM. Carl Sauber,
01' c cV divide their time between Naples and Fennville, Mich"MIKADO" MulllM, Rosebud Pleclty, Helen the holiday season. president at 730 Pine Street

/rgirfiA s Parker Edith Polly Louise Shafer Outfits will Include everything Assisting her as hostess will
COMING UP Haul Shape, BonnieShelton, from velvet party dresses for be Mrs. Don Anderson. Uwu
rayton Cove BId,. "atthecove"OPENING MI 2.3849r ( The season ticket sale for 1964.1965 by the Naples Betty Smith, Dorothy Stone little girls to "stunning" cock. Anyone who was a memberof

I Players; is receiving fine response ai always The first burner, Dee Button, Mary Veatch,tail gown for their mothersand a social sorority in college to
Jeanette Vogelln Louise Ward.' suits and owns for their Is
.ittraction! will be the Mikado on November 20 and Sash West and Dottle Wlllard. young grandmothersFor ber eligible of to become a meat

21 at the Naples Junior High' School. The officers of the Sewing women who will be host. welcome the group and will be ,
MONDAY Group are Catherine Berger, Ins holiday parties there will be > at this meeting, a
: For the lest few the Roland
veers Fennimores haw spokesman said
shown silk and .
chairman; Helen Parker, co. pants shirts and yesterday.t'urnituie I
been first to subscribe to the series and didn't their modish hostess lAj'I
mar chairman; Pauline Ford, treas.urer gowns The mo. ( )
record; this year. Since moving to Naples in 1955, Mr. ; and Huth Brashear, publi.lets will have hair styllngs' bj ] J )

I ind Mrs. Fennimore have rarely missed Players city Naples' finest hairdressers and .," -J'" J
a performance will parade to the musical ac. .... -- te
I -- companiments by Ruth Dodge '"'''''' '- sj < ,

:: Mrs. Florence Walker U another regular ticket holder, Kenclrick Tucker Mrs Earl G. Hodges Is serr.Ing .,
u chairman of the committee
lilA, Inc., begins \,. n IS ere Mr and Mrs Thomas A Provenjano. her son-,in-law Makes Deans List I in charge, assisted by Mrs WU.

the 17th season In ind daughter Miss Louis end Miss Leslie Gates are workCeMfcMMel BarnecvUle tam! Kearns, MIssAngellneCelUIri
Ga.- ,
j Kendrirsi Mrs. Herbert Ollkey Mrs.
Naples with an Incomparable ( e* ,... Tucker. who U en. i I Helen Yeager, and Mrs David
at Gordon
Military Col. Johnson.
... In the College Department'
collection 7)r Men and women are both lo.
>w shown on the Dean's List for riled
Mrs Hodges Mates that
of couture Is sU weeks' grading period here:: will be some surprises

fashions.A ;e4twe ;bJ r/t4 .. i\ Mr, Cadet, and Mrs.ended.Tucker WLTWkerwhose t is the son of nay!rifts be for purchased those attending at the door Tickets or HOLLAND

t>y calling Mrs Yeager at MlU311 i
address Is P.O. Box 932, Naples. or MI M53I.
v jnla i

'l'.J'y (7

resort group and of cocktail fine 7 r 9W M.- fr.7 :."",); j- : .c..o. .. Lov"css N"'lIS 150 9elrtlets 5th, lOIlIDA AVE S ,

G .
ensembles at considerable

reduction .' lh rich autumn NIur. ." A ,,; ) ,'" ty .. ,lt.y 1U J 2V*" IL

\ \ of flower add beauty an \ 1 grarloiMMti to your horn -:: Rugs '
1 "I.ink," '
{ to &
\ J LQ44 for IkeJust Thatkegavtnr. ; uese--. .._._.v, ........._,_" r I IIo&4 IV
t L WI"' ''' Gift Accessories
We've promised ..' try

: ,( to explain Jest how our (amous We we profeutoMloe. and Objets d'art
Received perflsanent waves training to "set" the lintsin
work Inside that lovely their sew ...... Pro. not to be found
a .beewiftl eetefUon of :\ outer picture you see, and per neutralising ashes tt
green plants fur the horn .'ItMf's i's' ....r hare se much pleasure in permanent .. to last till the elsewhere.MrtBtala .
I'o..>e been asking fr ', we*ring I The answer lies weight of growing hair pulls e e e
then;. and they" are n.I\, ; mainly In millions of tint our gremlins back to steep.tng.pceition. .
here! l eytlM links'that happen Every step of
a '' r'"sA/, all aloe*KM "keratin mole this najr-chaaglag process YWt ep hrwh.d ......
"tJ 'r j tV, ec tul.." of protein that U vitally important to the tl Call Y...
make up your hiir. heauty you how die world I ere, Carnage Cue, and Le
Crstlae laths That why lew farage.VEVBEB.
LalcCorisl bold hair pro we've made an
;tact tela together. Ther'rethe art of our eaton wanes .
source of hair body and awl why you shook pease

"Artf In FUwerV strength, through this bond I-J753 when yes want the Of
use and they'rethegrem beet. A"' ., AMSTlTUTE I

1244 Third Street Sowth Phone MI 3-6J36 Hn' that determine whether C* > u97ssIa
n""d" S.re:: II Napl li -I uhr tl I are uri. or '.' :-;; '::: ;? :Dti: i S> GNERS: .a..



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I COLUtK COUNTv NWS N.plw, Ha? Sasdsr, No..b.r I{, INI

Kerr-Mills StoryTo I Presbytery Of I

Be Talent Show lRbyebbbiiw.andwtlittpragram; -. .V.

ExplainedTo South To Meet 'by a .....101', |Fannie M. Mauga-
At Carver High '

Local SeniorsThe t Here Thursday I Night MC which turnout they foi said the, will talent include show

.i M ; L! WHMveHKipping t,.lent."

type and extent of benefit mint for medical assistant f<'i Representatives from SI Pr.,. The Junior and Beater students .
ui irtt the elderly of Florida may the aged, Ita provisions are nai iltrlan churches In South FlorIda at Carver HIp Scheoi will M0lk lisp.,nl i,,,,' .dll.e maspreeent
re' elve under the Kcrr.Mllls Act well known, club officials\ te.lleve i, 7iLIiV i wUl attend a meeting of the a talent. show Friday, tit made M .IJII'I i .,- ,,tile" lemon
will be the suhject State Representative Lorenrc "For that reason, perhaps tl t' First Presbyterian Church of the echool auditorium sauce. tVlicious srrvtd with
Walker at the Senior Clowns'Club measure has not been used K a'' \.p Naples al 10 o'clock; Thursday The event will be sponsored anaphtan. .. artless\ aaparaguxNow .
meeting Monday Walker great extent In Florida; and, 11, morning, November 18.
wIll speak in the audit+I'rum! of then addition, the benefits hnerr"'ed ,,...t'h'p..abyt.rlan church In .
\!..Inan''I Club and ill seniors In much less than was expected ui I, the are south of a line from Na. .eee.ee. e..eeeeeeeeeeee
area, whether members of the first by Its !supporters," saJ) e. 4 i lea to Deerfleld beach to Key Open For My 26th Yaar
chit> or not, art Invited I to hear club spokesman. nest will be represented at the
Mm, "Interest in the whole QUI''s. P 1 meeting by Its pastor and a Uytelega in the same location *
Although Florida has adopted tion has been heightened brent \ l U r. h,4n.hnl'.1 N'Yr'M ( **, tccoitttng to the Rev
the Kerr-MHIs Act, under which agitation over media AS. John W. Stump pastor of the"host
the states may obtain matching slstance for the elderly) Ind 1 ,d. church Approximately persons -.? WIHI FREDA KEENER'S
fund aid from Federal Govern.Writers' leg the Federal Government" wilt attend Most of the
medicare proposals and ,tit I hurchea are In the Miami area. MARINELLOBeauty
plans which are certain t tope fib The Presbytery Is the poll 7* 'X
' cussed in the forthcoming cv making body for the churchesi If
Forum lion of Congress," said the ." ?'f i the denomination In this Shop
tors' spokesman region This wUl be the first
"It was this situation that t time that Naples has been host
To Met Nov. 23 prompted the local Senior Cltl. to the group.Rev. 1224 THIRD STREET, SOUTH MUw.y 2.3013
/en's Club to schedule an IIX. John Shaver pastor of
:' The Naples Writer's Forum
(us announced that the group planation of the Kerr-Mllls law ; hl! l ((1)\li\): I I t \ PIUSh\ II ,11 till xnnusllit' the Central Presbyterian Church
will resume meeting Monday and other plans" by Represent'alive 1.1/.1,1: I' ,, Itl It. .Ih.d, I I 1\, Mia. H"\' .ud Sharp ot Miami la moderator wishes of the
Walker Presbytery. Anyone 1. S MOORE MO end L. L
November 23, at 7:30 p.m inKiK I'II/ht. In tin pi'.tule( nsnlstInu: her 11' Mm Tub\' Carroll "<'h.i iahosa at attend the meetings, which
t' >m B at the new Community IIonw" I i- the therm' 111'1 tin IW/HHI''. (Pu'donununt toJ.<"is \\ ill hi ttmnIIIKI may will\ last all day according t.lIev. are pleased to announce the
Center IE Club Holds gold' with) t"tit'hi''ii f t'o't Us '. E\\t'ICI"'l1t1\\i11 beuI"llt.I Indic I al't lies Stump.
Mrs Charlotte Durnowlll head to an "I i/M,foot Clnmtnias Tm The en'lIt11I be fi niii\ J to .t p 'niTuts.hv association in their office of

the group in, Mrs the absence Phyllis of Luxem class Class Breakfast ; :Nixoiilui, 17. Others" on the dot"01'at" L. lomnutt> au Naiui: FRATERNITY IN AFRICAMISMlFimim
instructor ... ,. vNFUS photo ) i I I I tht Congo DONALD M MOSHEH 1\1.0.
The first meeting will t be a review Monday Morning liar\I .c+ Mis noh.1'1 Mil'; ,mid Mil G'OI'I"a. I I
i VM| For the lust tim in
on writing the novel. Mrs Csthuhc,, prrlttf' for the
Members of the Distributive e
Luxem will return to the forum ,, .,.
.1Jd uutn'.I 1 'I' thAI I. .1" hhmhopCixiicI, ,'f!: li..Kth
in January with new lectures on Education Club of NaplesSenlor psychosomatic reactions all '" ..1,,,.., Practice' of General' Medicine
I"i.th''au" tirationrtut.
Hi attended
-p! jh> tile\ II kon
reatlve writing High will hold a class break- Psychiatrist around him.
,, ,
,ng |1.1"*" MIUHJJI i-'' > t for an,'" Method!
results In label
AU beginner and professional fast tomorrow, Monday November high North Office MI 2.2114
hint) If kontrihuli fldo", MIhr I.. bishop. John cults Shungu. and 773 Fourth Avenue :
turnover he added,,
writers are invited to attend. 16.The breakfast,starting sometimes .
Explains Why .n" d '.a111111, w .p.'kt at a dinner honoring' him Home MI 2.7629
lucre Is no tee for admission pointing out that "from 60 to 80 .ugp'iii Hours by appointment :
at f:3U a.m. sharp will be .
cent of all dismissals in In. ,kill," 'ttic''" I" II ."''''''1 m "t. Ui.hi-p Shins u tit+ send
held In the school cafeteria.Mrs. Boss Is Cranky per dustry are due to social Incom. .I'U'h I IJ-I h."I ,iii' Xlm an to hcionw "tlt.JIOI t Naples, Florida iI i
Julian Hudson representing petence rather than Industrial toukuia, "I.tl\lr. i I
Zita ReadyTo the M. Flossie Hill failure,"
Company of Fort Myers will PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Is Dr. Brat'eland, In his r ::=:=:= = =:=::;::: : := ::::=:=:::=:=:::=:=:=:::=: : :=:::: I
the boss - - -
Open For speak on the topic "Good Ever unreasonable wonder sometimes why in the prepared remarks, suggestedthat .ur -
Grooming, Poise and Pos ? "for an official to be badly
morning maladjusted li worse than U he
ture Affect Your Personality
17th Season her talk,Mrs Hud- Or cranky? had the measles."
Following Perhaps even hostile? of Coming to NaplesWednesday
"One of the disadvantages
son will! meet with each class A prominent psychiatrist says
Peg Bradley, owner of 71ta, many modern Industrial sst.ops1s
section regular class blame it on
Inc announces the opening of the during you probably can that all too often work falls to
Students In the class he had at break.
shop Monday, November 16th for that argument provide emotional. satisfactions
the 17th season in Naples Formerly es will get Individual attention fast with his son or his wife which men need In their occupation and thursday
located in the old Naples to help Identify personal pro- Dr. Francis J. Braceland of. ."
Hotel, ilia, Inc was Naples'first blems and suggestions of prac- Hartford, Conn, former psychiatrist Dr. Braceland said a bo..'*
fashion salon tical way for selfImprovement. in chief In office the ,U.S sur.the personality covers a wide range NOV. 18 19
Mrs. Frances Williamson will goons executive general's can't check his says per. and Insisted "there Is no In. . . . . . -
continue as manager of the Na. variable executive type,"
sonal problems like that ear.
pies shop and the same staff -
that has served Naples for sev. Samuel Corwin Jr ly morning argument at home NE* YORK (AP) The 1 I
eral years will also be at the at the parking lot He has to htetrical collection of Mra. 1 I Il
On Dean's List into the office
shop now located at 1204 Third bring Hallie rltnsiM Davis, who was 1
Dr. Braceland told a confer ___
St, South The store also main Barnesvllle Ga. Samuel Joel director of the Federal I Theater
ante sponsored by the Societyfor
sins a staff of seamstresses Corwin, Jr. who is enrolled al Advancement of Manage Project durlni the 1130., I. feeing 1I i
Mr. and Mrs Harry Bradley Gordon Military College in the, merit "The hazards which the added to the iheaplc flits of the -
have recently moved into their New York Public library In Its
College Department Is shownon executive brings into his office
home here located at 19th ..
new the Dean's List for the sis: with him are In many Instances new Lincoln Center h *qu rt i 1I
Avenue and the beach Mr Brad.
The flits Include annotated
weeks' grading period recently more difficult for him to cope
ley is chairman o f the board of administrative
ended with than the ones he encoun. scripts
the Allen-Dradley Machine CoIn ,
Cadet Corwin Is the son of/ ten there." papers, pro 11 am t sod photo* 1r
Milwaukee. The Bradleys will Mr. and Mrs. SJ. Corwin whose The boss with poor human graphs. Mr.. Davis !a now ItvlM 1r
be in Naples for the winter sea.
address Is 969 2nd Ave., N., Na., relations, said Dr. Draeeland, in retirement In a New York city
SOI plea tends "to Increase neurotic and suburb
In Milwaukee, Mrs Bradleyowns
To qualify for the Dean's list
the Peg Bradley Shop at
at Gordon, a student must havea PORTRAITS
Whitefish! Bay; Zlta, In<'., in the ''D''
average or quality point
downtown area, and The Bermuda r
rating of 30.
Sport Shops, Inc THE NAPLES 1

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40 Albums in every price range. ers as well *t watcher Since they are not working on

this production they will be out front

SONG & STORY SHOP Other prominent Neapolitan who will be In the I

audience, are Miss Nora and Mill Rose Hafey, recently; 1 '
659 5th Ave. Se. MI 2.2520"PERMANENT N, J. Also
returned from six months in Spring Lake, 1

nnrerunnnnniy '. Dr and Mrs Francis Ford, Mrs f, C. McIntosh. Miss Bet.

nnnnr SPECIALS dena McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs F A Clayton, M,. and Mn. 1I

tt t Ralph Wareham, Charles P McCool, Mr, and Mrs T. Henr _
10 up t Boyd, Mrs Helen Fox and many others II a
: *a" let H

and Mrs W M Vogel, who have been coming 1I
''uf' L't Mir Iut;
sue Mn IIt"1 to the Beach Club for many years art at the club nov

I I"I, Hills't, .. Ito.h 'Hair f ui' M.iket your set for two weeks until the home they pvrchited on lanten
MI\ i ui .11\,1 I I k<'rp' (hi (Moin ..I Ioui pcrnUntnt Lane "is ready for them The Vogel spend about foci 1 IN FOOD

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS months here and the rest of the year In Ettex Feds, N J 1

.er Fnh A.. H Pkwi Ml t >4MCchrd Mr and Mrs Fred Calder. of 8irmin ham, Ala., ere 1
also familiar Beach Clubbers now The OaUm will It.y

..,., until the 24th. Others ,include Mr and Mil, HowarBOSIA < 1

f of New Haven Conn Mr and Mrs, R, C. Harrl 1

son Mr and Mrs W L Mememan' and the A. G. Ledelll. 1

all of Pittsburgh, 1

SALE The first of (rt.c fine Christmas bailers is ,ch.duledfo .

Tuesday, the 17th The Trimty-by-trHhCov Eptscopa 1 -PRt PAIIES A RE.

i. Church Women organization, will hold its annual bataa 1 ,

MONDAY ONLY at the Parish House on Galleon Drive, Besides shopping 1 '

for gifts. and decor ores and even for tgke-horse food 1

for Tuesday night dinner, customers can rest and ch.' +
Close Out Of : /
over a cup of tee :)

Branded Line -
( Ai1'1' (r.iv.0Jt-H) II ;
Of ft ,( FREE!

DRESSESI '; ua. t+

All Marked Down ToI 1101/ikl' 1: DOORS OPEN AT |i10 q' .M.I ..

: J -CLASSES._START._ 010: ( A.M.
I $10. 4 : Ilil r Bet1ul] I Auditoriumsponsored

J -' I . Cove

a (;,". yean.ei s sew htlr-4

} Also a group of r fee the kwlteey. ..*_ r'jPhyl trt In eaaitU* te leer ,'inf s/esw te e'eeere b -

SHORTS & BLOUSES 1C? eu..I.el l ,e"rm.t ... ti.... 0"

/ Reduced for sale! ",... AIMS R...._ ,...41.! ) the sessleis will have a* "

t19 UtiUt Frtln R4ltk Tswe lo *.rt"ntr te win ieedseiee..d "..'.1 FLORIDA rOweR LIGHT CO SUNSHINE FOOOWAY
RrU Ca... Mnkeriet k

,. flan .HOW. ettene' bath .ti.,le... elCelller

\ 458 &U Si S.. y 1Jf44 'caa4i Sao ; Ce"...,'. first CeekUf Ie"e.l, * *

..;v"l.., ']I.ril. "me Compl.t. Women World" j which| | will .e .e4..tta .r ServUe Re,. witch This Newspaper Y

iaeeeativ.e.1" Fierce Pe. L Light For Further Information On
..... ell Ml 3-M72 1M He .. She
\ ernes the a .U P Idea A..".. pm Pl...
feea'a tram Sweshice, feee'oerTahilian PORTRAITS IN FOOD

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One Game LefN-Okeechobee
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I Eagles Drop 'Homecoming' Game, 32-7 She wmm.



Mihitnf'S KillJiawkltig Blue! . . . . .. . . .
Clay Undergoes Surgery
st...tnaks I vlllalnl/fld Naples High ,
i Imul'fc Frll1\!
hnnuKiomlns I cot I'hR' Ct, Nil NfW'; N.D" Fle Sund.y Nerembw II, IU4
n/ght i| lv* rolling up a 32.7U> .
I n.' '.il'ln.s' vetuian club now lull, Liston Bout Postponed

Itsii iKilMlng 1.7.1 record with
,rely one (tone remaining Idle
'xt Friday, the Eagles travel BOSTON rAP) Heavy Or McDermott said CUy
t t" okaechotee on Thanksgiving; "tI ight champion Casslus Clay could resume fairly nOl In JI b I
e' o to tuatlethMOke."hol" ellltfl'1 inderwent a ucceful opera physical activity In about t
I+ilnnins> In the ..(oil's nwtlwv. > ) (non' for a hernia Friday night month and would have to Uuif 1TIIF'
r that forced an Indefinite poet any heavy labor for three
/Ihu ri.poliit, margin of defeat ponement of Monday' ached. month The SS.yearx champ nl
.\ ,.>> the widest Since the open. uled rematch with Bonny Llstoa. would not be ready to box in
'tr''i,i: Kiine of the 1962 eaion, It la unlikely that the bout will competition until after another
h.11. Pahokee trounced the EIICI be held within six month long conditioning process. ,
I, 80.! Sebilng noted for Iti Clay was stricken Friday "The championship bout will
.,u"?fig' team under Coach Glenn night alter dinner and was be held in Boston when Clay is
,,,nil, now /stands B-S for the rushed to Boston City Hospital fit," said Herman Greenbert,
.dl" where Or. William McDermottf chairman of the Massachusetts
1'u.n" Ulue areaaa blitzed Nii > Harvard performed an Boxing Commission, Represent. ))9
i I. filth three eetonrt.quartor ".lIy" one-hour operation that alive of all parti* Involved Indicated V

t ", iiuwns i then halted the Lag. lie railed "common but sect."os they were in agreement .
iinelMrk effort In the Jet When Ueton first heard the
I h.df by pi, king off 'fimi i ,:t new at his Plymouth Mass.
mil racing Naples ball: tw training camp, he commented,
It'J' with a big rush b\ the Hole-In-Wall "no wonder he got a hernia ruining ."
I i I mi.r, ,lefunelve line. up and down like a wild,
Ladies man." Later, after the open- HFFI! SEASON IH: open and young hunters

,HOUND GAME STOPPED Play tlon, he added "it could have L'uun: TIII11II1I.l OI1 ( I ) and Butch To\\nsend proud-

"I"i ins' ground game was stlli been worse It could have been l\ iii'inf. of then\ skill as nimrods. The

i i h, the visitors, who held the Flag TourneyA me" iinht) ,,11tWI Inn I k t Id,iki-n Tomlinson. sate esti
"i ,lux, ti> minus yardage until ?ark Clay had Just finished eating mate' III' "fin.I" I minute The home team tournament dinner In his hotel suite withDrew
flag highlightedThursday's li\ low "M ml 1\ riot ,il iuit 180 pounds The deer
BARBECUED! and chicken la John filiI'I ill In str\ed: to his
beef ,
Budlnl Brown
( a ( ) ,
n lpnerl) come measure of sue.thuagh outing of the ladle
Golf and Club today at 1 friend and assistant trainer, 111'1'1' shlimt t in tin Itt,imi'tt Swamp 8l'er "J\ ift>t jthc
the air until the members of the Bin Cypress Country p.m. of the Hole-ln-the.WaJl Golf A*. "
UiltVn effort when he became ill f <>infuM '. ,,.not Tomlmson. But remember 1 was
thin. Steak adjusted, their d* at an "Appn" latinii Daspecial outing Supervising oclatlon, with members competing "
ti Harold Smith (NEWS photo) "He got violently sick and hint( .\ in". luunteted Townsend.
reuse! > guard against passes arc Bert raldorott (II I ) and in three classes
Mem. of the victory wa quar-.. --- .._ Class A honor were won by started to throw up," said (NEWS Photo)
Idl',11' k rim Kelly, who scored Mr. Helen Snick and Mr. liar. Brow. "His stomach swelledup ,
iiuae tnui hdown* and paaaed for when, on Naple fourth down, Sebrlng wa forced to punt early net Teeter. Mrs Mona Becker the ales of a football. I wanted *
,,0"(i .r. lie IlIt.rcIItedthre.Na. the pees from center to punter I In the third quarter, and Fo*. Immokalee and Mrs Big Hall were winner to call a doctor but Clay said
U putses und ran back one Bus Ritchie wa wide and high. ter ran the kick back 85 yard In Class B, with price for ClassC 'no, get me to a."hospital quick. Mamie Tooke Tourney
,.') (hem 41 yard for a (core.r It railed behind him, and Ee to the visitor 10-yird line. A honor going to Mr. Glen I'm In bad pain'
>. intimate Marty Roepitortt bring' Leroy Pepper coveredthe touchdown at this point would Band and Mr. Margaret Pat. An ambulance rushed the
"red) ,t' touchdown and stole two ball at the three have put Naples very much in the Wins Over terser champion to the hospital while

I aSMSNapltis. On two of the preceding three ball game, but that wa not to be. A spokesman announced memo wild rumor began to spread In
took the opening kirk.II play, Sebrlng linemen poured ben are to check with the pro press headquarters downtown. Final Round TuesdayThe
and, i obtained three first down through to iplll tailback Carter EAGLES TOO ANXIOUS hop to determine starting time Sam Silverman, the en.

wfore Kelly made his first Inter. Bryan for losses of seven and Naples Jumped offside on the Fort Pierce for next Thunday' outing promoter with Intercontinental .
'option( to end that drive After six yards beforsDryancould spot first play and was set back five Sports, Inc., hustled to the hos. .
i n! ', of pltal. Shortly afterward he an. third and final round of 9:20: Brumftel, Johnson
exi hinge punts, Sebrlngaui pus receiver down field". yards. Fullback Bryan gained Immokalee kept alive Its
> laud a 60 yard nounced the fight had been post the Marnle Tooke Handicap Abbott, Betts,
coring ae.quunre back only one yard when there chance for a hunk of the Ca- Edgewater Beach
: that took 11 play. Big EAGLES COME BACK was no hole in the line. Towns loose Conference pored indefinitely. Tournament, sponsored by the 9m-Anderaon EJ g sHay-
.utters were II and Uyardcar.it Behind by 19 point, Naple end's hurried pass wa* Incom. championSship Planning Women's Garland (Bill) Cherry, attor. Beach Club women Is scheduled nes, Edwards I '
with s solid 20-0 victoryover and also a stockholder InInter.conlln.nlal
in fullback Jeff Ridley on came back with an aerial a. plots, Carter Bryan wa* pllld ney for Tuesday November ITth.
lIlt, bouts Kelly sneaked over sault that resulted In a touch. for a flve-yard loss, and Towns Fort Pierce Catholic Friday Tourney In AprilAn carried said there the The starting !times and pairingsare 9-tlOLE ENTRIES
From the one and Ridley In end rushed and his night on the Immokalee was no Insurance on
ran down lust before halftlme.Taking again was as follows 9i34--BUlr. Kealey Klaud-
toe extra point early in the ..tc.IIIJ the ball from under center on tTformation pas fell to the ground. field. overwhelming success t1< quarter Frank Town From the 19. Sebrlng drove 81 It was the final home gameof with the first annual Trl-Coun .
play 9i41 --
from Sherwood
been suffering an Inrar ::'2 McCune Koegel,
end connected with williback Alan yards In II plays for the touch. the season for Coach Dill ty Invitational Mixed Twosome cerated groin hernia with a con. HoUnd. McConnell Johnson.The .
SQUIRMS AWAY Foster on a 18-yard pas for the down that sealed Maples' defeat Broxson's Indians, and s good Golf Tournament has promptedthe abdominal
defect in the business
genital annual -
the' next time Sebrlng had the touchdown. Foster caught the ball Roepstorff tipped 22 yards on a crowd watched the team boost Edgewater Beach of Naples wall.Edwards.DuUane. H:j j"i loran O i lilies.Dixon, meetIng
and luncheon will be held
ill, Kelly fired a thlrddowniss on the right sideline and tight pltchout and Kelly passed 31 its season record to7-l-l.best Apartment Hotel to make plans Lapel lv.
I td, end Bobby Purvl on the roped the remaining eight yard yards to Purvis for the big gains In the school's history Next for a Southwest Florida Wo !tutu -- Youker K. Jones, December lit, st which time

'pie 35. Purvl squirmed out to the end acne In this series. line Colth.rp ran Friday the i Indians will travelto men's Invitational event. [KlOnll, '., xJhl.ntltllltckeu.. the prizes for this event will
i I j, .de downfleld to the goal line eight, and Kelly sneaked Okeechobee to battle Florida Upon completion on November .
point to make It 19.1. In Na. over Moorings Golf MOM,IDIIK'ry, I ewers &
I Ire play covered a total of 49 pie*' ll.yard drive to score, from the one. Ridley added the School for Boys. 8 of the mixed twosome
11 '1*. there were five pall omple.: point on a run, 211..,. Immokalee stands 3.1.1 In tourney, many of the golfers Tourney Finalists Boys Athletic
After getting the ball on the lions and an 18-yard run by full. Three plays later, Townsend's league play, as does Lake Placid. especially the women, askedIf
h". i stuff Maple lost 38 yard In bark Billy Bryan. Townsend pa*. pass Intended for Ritchie was Alva and Moore Haven the Edgewater Deach was Virginia Edwards and Eleanor Prep Football Club Wins Keen

lour play., Sebrlng taking overn seal three time to Ritchie for picked oft by Kelly, who *ld*. each are 41. Frostproof Is planning to sponsor other golf DuBane will meet Wednesday

the three. Roepstortf cracked gain of 11, 11, and nine yard. stepped through several defend. 1.3, Ft. Pierce 1-4, and Okee tournaments In the finals of the Women' Ave, /'ark 7s Oh.chob.. UI Interest Here
,for right guard to boot the while 41 to I ."" ?.Iv< 10 Cu I P., ,c. tC u
Carter Bryan collaborated with era running yard chobee Boys 0-& In the confer This prompted the hotel ma- Championship Tournament ender 1,1I,,,,,, H..on I" t/kr" esa U Assistant Recreation Director
ore to 19.0.bootleg Steve Clark for a five-yard aer. score the final touchdown. Na. to formulate plans for at The Mooring Golf forI My.'. H A.d. fCIwaen
Alva winds nagement way
got the ballot the three pies' efforts to add something to anon up against ''J N Ft Mys 0 Bob Jenkins says the Boys Ath,
lallaln."WIMjIING side Frostproof, and Moore Haven a women's tournament to be and Country Club. The two III.d, II ,Ib 1'1., Go,'", uvi letlc Club Is rounding Into form
its of the Scoreboard were ,, ,.
II I'M" 70S.bnnt
thwarted as Kelly and Roeprtorfl meets Lake Placid In another held In late April, sometime finalists are playing In the II Napl-s' "I"noy rapidly and at this time 24 boys

Intercepted p....*. key contest next Friday. after the Easter holidays. championship bracket $tarpon .apron70 t,' 4ln..M I a, I.my 17ar.ol. ranging from 10 to 19 have
POOLS Sebrlng gained 11$yard on the Immokalee kept the visiting Tentative plans call for a Mrs. Ed ward?won over The I- I." G.I". ZI Temp. JOIu b signed up for the activitiesin

ground, and It would have been Rams from Fort Pierce bot- 72-hole tournament stretchingover maCarr, and Mrs.DuBane eliminated '.rlu..."l'II'. w.inul i A H'....'I.IIeruok. I, 1 the new community center.
more except for good defenilv tled up Friday night and the a four day period. Com- Elsie Abbott to enter The first organited activitywill
--- '-- be a pool tournament start.
play by Ray Ellen, Clark Keith losers never threatened ser petition will take place over the finals
lug Wednesday at 4 and
: Onchell, captain Bruce Harris, iously. Curt Massey circled the same two Naples' courses The finalists In the first flight p.m.
'fu continuing until winners and raw
t'} and others, end from the five-yard line that tested the mixed tourney division will be Mary Chance Good TurnoutFor ners-up have been determinedin

Christmas A homecoming crowd of 1,500 for Immokatee's Initial touch- contestants..The Moorings and who won over Lillian Pfeiffer, each age group"Enthusiasm ,

saw Joy Hodges crowned 1864. down In the first quarter Danny Big Cypress. and Phyllis Jones, a victor Ladies' has been terrific .
homecoming queen In ceremon.lee
Invitations will be extended over Betty Johnston for all athletic activities and
Browning fired an extrapointpus
Flat 6 to for turn ( just before the game
sign a key complete
up to Larry Day to makeit to all women golfers In South In the consolation round ot the pool tournament is only the
job) privsle pool In Collier County will get First downs Nap 12 Sebrlng 12 70. Florida Indicating that It will the championship flight "t ren- Tennis Tourney start of a long list of events

the first 6 months' pool service and chemlcels Yard rushing r 218 In the second period, Marlev be one of the top women's golf chle" Cochrun won over Harriet planned for the Boys Club,"

free This offer good to Dec. 1, 1964. Yard passing 89 80 Thomas of the Indians pick- attractions of the year. Brewer and Esther Reeves Friday tli." !Utli, .Old not stop said Jenkins
Passe (.23: 2.8 ed off a Ram pass and ran It Fifty-four couples vied for eliminated Jerry Smith. the UtBeM from turning out inrntte The previous dead-line of
byLEWIS Intercepted by 0 B back 31 yards toacoreBrown-. honors In the mixed tournamentand First flight consolation results fur the Ladles Hound Robin November 15th to sign up for
membership In the club has been
POOLS INC Fumble lost 0 1 trig threw to Massey for the nothing but praise was heard we re i Sissy Shelton over Draw Duuhles', hold Tennis Tournament extended to Friday, the S7th.
Punti-avg. Ml 4.37 win; ii wu' IIIlambt.rPar :
extra point and a U-o halftime for the 'VeIIt.l141hllght Ruth AWrldje and Evelyn Brunt "In order to participate in
Penallted IS 85 ii' 0 J; )JU .1 i n'
We an in the yellow page lead of the first days over Jane Savage Thu, \'Ihl, p.utllll.lintli were activities sponsored b) the Boy

MI 2-6S85 MI 2.5683 Jerry Rutledge dashed nine play was the hole-ln-one play A spokesman announced that Mini heron m, pit l K.isolBarbaraDeV Athletic Club you must sign upat
Everyone Read The NEWS yards to score In the last!quarter made by Polly West of Cape Wednesday November 18, will ,,,. I ',,1111111'"i ,Wand Jones, the Recreation Department"

The extra-point pass was Coral on the 1th hole at the be "Gimmick Day' for player L/.U'ltJ M,i.riku, Kxlna Rut her.ford.Jeunne said Jenkins.All .
-- no good, but that particular failure Moorings. who have been eliminated from Gut and Invited guest boy from |0 (a (6 yearsof

was not vital, as It 'umed Lady golfers in that pan of tourney competition. It was player Irma Leer age who are interested In
announced there for The gals changed partner )Joining the club should see Jen
out. Both teams moved! fairly the state from Tampa south are plans

* VOLUME HHH well on the I ground.! The loss ward. Including east coast cities a dutch treat luncheon and ceremonies kept ever;: hi I lair,'r own gant wltitl.d".chplay.r individual score kin moot at the Recreation Depart.

was the Kami' seventh against will be Invited to com- to award championship -
through the I unument Out
one victors pete In the spring tournament prizes
nf a puesible 32 si ore, Fein
Rutherford won with total score' The Citadel." Dllvl4aon.| hat
(VOLUME DEALING MEANS LOWER PRICES ) of 17 and, ak the winner, re. Carolina F-urmen, Gcotfe .i hmitim -

tamed two new tennis halls. Four Ruhmond. Vlrllllil! Millur -
Our I HIM! : \V\H lit l \ii'|1.1 MR: |IIE.\I.. Inainu'e
of the ladle tied I or second place \ Virginia Polytech-
IM. pruduitd till ..U, our tflNCFKKTil COMPLETE BOATING ant Barbara lleVue and Lynn nu, Inititme Meat Vicsmi, and

.\NKs!> to the Km .t ,,,.(,.pt| oho made FIIWW fits\ ,.' |pl.q't'd <>fi IM; place; for a llliam A Mary ale member of
poimlble IhU fin rvrunl OUTFIT used tennis hall marked"booby". the Southern Confeitec, *.

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Ii' cupsIb' una.y., No........ II, 1944 y
'EGLER'S J/k bailing UUD

eluding its uniejw state cabinet I
HAZEL ABRAHAMSON Formed Here Survey PlannedOn which splits up the executive

ORNERBy power among the (governor end
Officers six other
Teaching Of ....ton.. committee Is work

a Selling emhusluu In the Naples leg on a proposed rewriting of
hir1Q are this week officially Florida History state school I.... Few of the
!.... ( formed new organization the changes were important In
Naples. Sailing Club, and elect TALLAHA.4BEE) At the themselves; many simply would
put Into law current .
LANES Teaeter a 347-604. AI Hajek ed its first slate of officers.' urging of a legislative (',lfIImlt.tM. the substantive practices.Among .
Four teams In the Thursday turned In games of 212 and 234 Object of the club according the 8tit. Education Depart. proposed by the committee
ght Trail Bowlers League rood for a 60S. Only nine pointssgperas to Dr. Frank Lovell. Its publi- men! will survey lu i \irses\ to wore !these

't 1] three points from their opts the first eight teams city chairman.Is to"perpatuate drtiiiimiit' whether pupas larD Legislation to edge count)
while one was able to wbb BAB Builders leading the sport of sailing and to pro- t blne: taught tnough h lot Ida Ida.t school boards toward more eco.

In only two. Shannon Supply the peck Four polmsback in mote the science of seamanship toiyThe LeglatatlveCrotnctl'ecote. comical purchasing practices.
lAde a clean sweep of Schmidt a tie are Ptttmaa Funeral Home and navigation" and to mittee "n education, headed by Authorize the state eupertn.
lealtor. King Insurance took and Robins Dodge,and one point w foster allied activities Ian C. T Milton of Lake City, tendent of education to den>,
ieahard Service' for three back In the lien spot are Fuller !- rAi Miyone who Is \Interested In look ,no artliHi to inert( the education teaching certlflcaltn to person
rayton; Cove Laundry made It Industries and i atcher Construction sating' Is welcome to join, he department to teachmore guilty of offenses fur which a
cnllld be
iree over Daley Distributors, Fuller Industrieswon said The next meeting of
three CromRtchard's the will\ he 8 o'clock ButI\ mack Ion its\
|rid TamlamI Tire tallied three Roof group at feelings The committee will hold lb.
ver Pine Lanes. Furniture mat First National Bank three the night of Tuesday November thai I'<''H, >HS ,s told; be taught next meeting Dec. IMS at Miami .
air won two out of three from from Pittman Funeral Home 24.Miwng. somethi-uj abuts" the stale, In. .

archer's( Construction. Only Jones Radio and TV three over the activities being --..,
line points separate the first Hatcher Construction, while i'\n.sldered by the club Is the
fend last teams at this time. Central Cities Service and P possibility of 1 training group
._ Hajek was the star of the & B Builders and Blgleys T\ of Sea Scouts (in the era 1 !

night with a 226 game and 563 and Robin's Dodge were splitting i .....-- II the weather permits, the NOW OPEN
cries Other nice game scor- two and two. Carl Arm -- cub Is planning a sailing cruise
d were Roben Lawhon 209, brust hit a 202, Ev Baldwin L to start from the City docks
.iene Tillman 233)) Glenn Ules 201, H. Cheffer 210, Wllburn on Sunday Noveinforr ::2.
::04| Tom Abbott 211,Bun W.I.onh Bullard 202. Glen Ules 201- New officers oi the groupare I
TLI'i 'ill: : 1'S II :At. ,, ''t s'un.atnm, th N :-. ,
201 Don
201, Monry King 201, Elgie 234. Tex Ka- Jack Messiner commo
('1111.. "I. .h''" I I I I 'I I n'h'' wt.t' ,' ''IIIIP"d''I'
udy Bomer 214, Ed Belavek verman 206. and Gas Seaberg doret Robert I E. Hater vice ? d
205. [)"III", ', ,t I CIl:, I I. I II yt! lItin i" t 1' ..ust1l \<1 Donald Bell -
191. and Jim Lulejlan 181. commodores M. ,
e .//a(''' :\1"1'1 l i'' \1 1 t"tll'I'1' ( \ \ nttrutllo .\' rear commodore; Robert H.
Four 600 series were rolled The Gals of the Powder Puff ) (tt" Lt Iii" a II I I"t II ''I', '' (1"1 11 Ih"t\, l Martin treasurer) and Mrs

j!rhursday night in the Nick's Liquors League were scoring well Friday -- .-.-- -' -- Virginia Moor, secretary.

Classic League and 14 morning with Jeanne Mel- and 181-490. and Joan Law- het: ''I.' I ml ILt5ue ass hot! nigh lot the n oniiug. rillle Other members of the board rL<<
200 games were scored. A tier starring as she turned In hon a 168477. Betty Geltz ii, I he ;III > iwofjainoi Suit 1 lulled Davis 1 showed i tires games In of directors elected! are Art
Bell with a 244 game by Charlie games of 175, 170 and 186 fora rolling 175 and 174 games converted 2X( > 4n>l 'JM:: and a big 678 the 1405 for a 442, Jo Howell Neumann \ndUoremsson, t1/
IfUce was high for the night, nice 531 series Margaret the 3-10 split twice anc1 series to ICM4ttt, Va: ... Rae turned In. 4lb, Patsy Kohrrt- James W'lkerand\.eor/eL.ke.)/ t.I
followed by Fred Pauly who Mlltner hit games of 180 and also the 3-7-10. Edrees Stshl- MeiKliit' '.illietl ,i .v't'" Mill a ton a 431, and Mae Williams ut the .mlly '
1'uwvl. R..YIII
I showed a 233-604 and Gene 177 for a 492. Katy Hehl 169 man tossed 1&6. Alice Jensen :.!If.I"\ i and Huty Clouser R)7.) Roz Cranwr a low aver- I 'I"dln .I Mil gift l&.em' non
a 161. May Gram 156, Jane scored i j .0 I and a r>i.v., I red uje howler rolled a nice 157: t Ti atpr L !
tu.t '...+vMI, /
Herren 171, Dorothy Stone- i Deikci' io,>ed a .us:() ,,anic and ;ame and a 413 series and with a
burner 163, Edna Cole 178. a :bol art. buck I'eny a 563 Judy Schoenthaler who carries tea linen Ta Towels
r Marge Shied 156, Fay Hatter without a :ZOO( game{ Marvin : a 115 average acoreda 187 low cost *;rkl' I
QoM1? 1Tlidtad 170, Shirley Fyke 181, Jane LeMasieis a ZOfganw and 668 game and a 410. Sharpshooter /t I II tI
Bostick 156, Mary Laos 169 series and Carroll Arnold 217 ROHnna. leach picked up the [WANT AD
and Katherine Spotts 167. and 613. George Weaver rolleda 4.T.10 split Ruth Dodge con I IM.;I K:..1 t N.pl*. Shopping I'ln..

C/dUw'l Marlys Boyd made pick up 2X.( loner, Date \rnntroog vened the 3-1. Lynn Myers the : ,
SwpOPENING/ of toe 4-6-1 split 5th Avenue two games' : in, tie IHU'H: and. a 3-T-10. Jo Powell the 6-'twice
5 o and brbioe '...r. the3-10twlce.
Beauty Salon and Merle Nor- > set i and Roe Cramer
man Cosmetics: were the only lininovli' : all i lie tine, rolled Christmas t Howard

teams to win all lour points, a 18K aivJ Ml.John's .
the beauty shop foursome from That Pint-Sizcd Deal Johnson
Bonlta Springs Library and the Clothing Isn't aboutto
Cosmetics crew from Eck- loosen their hold 011 first 'T Bird'ViII Be Starring
MON.-NOV. 16 hards. spot as they won three out of Awarded Miss Hilda r Motel
a four Thursday night In the Pal MondayA
motto League to stay on top From IN NAPLES
9:30 5 BROOWIDE' BOWL four Cleaners toy, mifttotvre Ford T.Blrd Miami Beach
to by poises Jerry's will be given away at the ahow. r Room "118
The Thursday night Twin with Helen Hansen rolling rooms of Collier County Motors Mr Michael
County League saw the lead games of 198 and 191 and a Trail .
TamlamI onMonday
Inc. North ,
From New York
Pretty Party Cresses for the girls change as Fager Roof Coming\ 589 series. by virtue of a four Nov K, at Si'0 p.m., Fit Color Cut A Style For You
Handsome Eton Jackets & Blazers for the boys took all four from Blfcbees Market point win over Tropic Drive It kM ties aiuMunced by Dill
I to takeover first spa.Mowing Inn unwed into second G. Motion, aalea manager. u INK: WHi u'* 1100.00
Sunsuits Into a tie for second were Luff Realty were pushed back The pfelaed T.Btrd has bur ONK" : Nil "1'INfNII; HTVI.IM. 1)1"0\ Via utVan 8 11.00
Moon's Masonry and Rice's Into third and occupying the several wveka had the eye of ONE: Witt. <'AMK I U 55
Sweaters Clippers with the former leaders fourth local younfstera "buntnf out,"
position are Kay RAy 14 Utll.lRHHNI) (I.II'H Value 11.00
Swim SuitsHawaiian Bibbees Market now in who three according to Morton All vfail.
Ughtlng won out Value 0 Ut
mil' W lei "tOPNA1' '
tore to the showroom of the lo.
the third The
spa RollIIgStags of four from Corwin :Shells
Nalils cal Ford outlet have been Invitedto (*.NKOMB: fIIU'11I hlul' IM
moved Into the sixth!
had the of the
r Kay Ray star elms up tor the little ear THANK ('!INN Wtril 81H'''" V.lul' "1.11
Come See Us. spot Brunk Miller Insurance night Cneta Salmon who tossed withe relit or obligation, Mor. mOo IJr.AIINI) $HT\N Vau1MT.U UO
Into sevendoand6undt4teHard- a big 724 game and a reaM boa .......... UI.tM
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Evie Cook Sara WestIn ware Into 8th by virtue of four fine 667 series, 120 pins over Morton said lotereeted younj.

the Balch Building, Across from the Movie point wins over< their respective average. stirs, aa welt u adults, art In. If twit are net rajaplag| >.nr nM alit .,.. M lit III will rail. It
opponents The Fire Department vied to be present Monday nigh'
held down spot natl.ZZld. In spite, ol i 2(1)i( gave and a when the T-BIrd praMiitatlnn .Is All For $69.95 During Anniversary SaleTUESDAY
m adI.
!iris series hyJudyCrldtenherr + -
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and a 493 rolled by Edna
51111I'son, I Furniture I Fair could

I I NEED AND I WANT wit'leaders only John's one from C loihlng.the league:Shirley W"

Johiuon, turn, .1' In a :320; .. .
'lot John's. Wanda Jones with .

a 01-477 led Food bank 10 a ..
YOUR BUSINESS! three point win over tuff Real

ty who had Marls Shultstossing
a 181 ,.me. Dot Donation hit

No Strike problems here we have a a 160 genie Nancy Bennett a NOV. 17th
1%, Nelllne Mann 1S9, Ida

complete stock of automobiles quick Poyer IN.Eva Hague 181.Nona 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Elite 1'r1. Owen Bowers 171 :
: delivery on factory orders. and 169, and Bee Mohrbecher

a 171. Split conversions were r' ti vt b
% Santa will be el Sean
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED! made by Owen Bowers the 3-7- ,
lOt NolUM Mimi 6-lOj Pious tI "" Uring in the kiddies
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Benmn 6-7| Helen Hanson MI A l | them talk to
Come on out. Let's tradeVe're! open until 8:00: PM and Agatha! Cleary the fI-.,. & anle,
Wednesday Thursday and Friday.

Hedi Red Stier The Dark Horse of the Iri- f !

day morning Republican Wom
"Your Chrysler-Plymouth Man" en's League are inaklnp their ar '
move and alter frlday's play
are \In a tie for the third

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warranty on lost four to me iHpion.a' : ..
Margaret Simpson's v* wim.
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,- COlUW COUNW.-NIW1 Matin "., **** 1*t yMW sad old an Invited to called me with sage news
MMM. data* meetings whichprcntM hms.Mr. w Many To Pay
to be tuptradonal to
aid Mrs
Ernest Bruit
&Jt all. are beck to Dixie Drive In Na- JFK Tribute
I The Shadowlawn P.T.O. will plea Manor from their home
I meet Thursday night, November In Sprlngfleld.0nlo. TheBrusts
19th,In the school cafeteria, haft.been coming to Naples for Next SundayWASHINGTON
I I By ALICE REDBIBAUQH "Open houMM It planned. a few winters and since the
On Saturday night, November mlatar" is now retired (AP) One
Well, November la almost The pNttdett Bill Edwards, 21st, at 7t4C, World Wide will mate their they week from Sunday, the fir
up minds this
hair gone I Does not MMm possible ( presided at a short business Pictures will present a Billy year fin where anniversary of President Johr
that Thiiduglvtrij Is almost meeting following the supper Graham evangelistic film at Hope will they will live. F Kennedy's assassination, :
you decide
t upon ail I Hop, you all hour and wefeMmd! all newcomers the Gospel Baptist Church. Thefull.lMIrth favor In our steady procession of visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Brust!I from near and far will stop a
remembered Veteran's Day this and all our northern color feature 1s entitled
to Johnson his In Nations.Cemetery .
Street grave Arlington
week and stopped a minute to friends returning for the winter rShadow of the Boom In Naples
Manor are Mr. and to place wreaths.
think about ill! And of big Importance 11IO Iha. Two Rims were erang" and stars singer Georgia Mrs Grover White and their First m line when the cemetery !,
to the men (not met) shown and enjoyed by all. Lee and actor Pick Jones. three sail Mr. White is employed opens at 7:30 am will be .
hunting season starts I Do hope The public Is Invited. with the Marco Deve- group from St. Margaret's
those guys will be careful out REVIVALA It seems like dw busy ones wpnwnt Corp. Glad have Church of the Bronx New Yort
there In the woods and won't week of revival meetingswill get the work done and Sue Glover you, folks I IHAPIT to r The last wreath of the day will
shoot each other I start this Monday night, did just that when she toured + be placed at 9 p.m. by a grout:
East Naples Civic Association 8 o'clock at the East Naples her neighborhood at Naples from the St. Vincent Acaden
held their! regular; monthly Baptist Church. Dr C. Roy Manor for MuscularDystrophy. John D. of Savannah, Oa.
meeting last Tuesday I .night and Angel will bring the message This gave Sue a good chance Street had a Combs of Martin LT \VHEONi isir' .it th. I' mtod) Fund kH'kofllunl'heon Friday noon In between, 19 other persons
Wednesday or
all enjoyed a carry-in supper. each evening and the public to visit with neighbors and she and birthday iv ;ts funushi'd b\' this "combo" under the direction of Don Ilolzhausen groups, Including West German -
was treated nice Foreign Minister Gerhard
to a
All art' members of the Naples) Senior High School Dand.
cake and Schroeder will
a birthday dinner pre place wreaths at

pared..by_his.: daughter, Mrs. -- (NEWS photo) the. ,,grave. at.halMiour. Interval. ,
Sunshine HardwareWill anaau rouy, and his wife, ceix mat two wiu oe piaceu
Mrs, Combs. Many happy returns "tree house" owned by Mr. Jack-o-lantem donated by Mr. ina, Claire Alexander, Cleone during one half hour In tlfe I
of the dayli and Mrs. Sam Patrick of Lake and Mrs. Brewer. Rev. OJ, Bryon, BlendinaHytdmanLena morning."This schedule
BeCLOSED Mrs John L. Smith of Es- Kelly It's "way out thar" Drake, a retired pastor, gave Williams and Anna L. Swain. amendment to accommodate U subject to
tey Street Just returned fromSt. In the woods some place and the invocation. Following the members of the late president's
Petersburg where she spent really is a "real for sure" meal, each one present was DIXIE OPENING Immediate family should they
two weeks visiting with friends. tree house with all the com asked to stand and Introduce Sorryl I We made a mistake desire," said a spokesman for
Mrs. Warren Burkholder of forts of a fancy hunting lodge. themselves, name their hometown last week about the location of the Washington military dls./
Lake Kelly has been on the sick No wonder Mrs. Pat goes along and their length of stayat Dixie Donut Shop. It Is opening trlct.
list but Is much Improved. with hubby every time he goes "The Shores", Stan Orth, soon at the East Naples So far the Kennedy family has
We're glad of that I hunting I she's a fishermantoo the manager, spoke briefly and Shopping Center. not Indicated to officials If any
Combs of Washington Avenue by the way) extended a greeting to all residents Harold Heimback has brand members of the family will I beat

was her niece Miss Helen Stldd We are happy to report that In the park and especially new office building on Davis "We Arlington can that only day
assume that
Monday-Tuesday of Westfleld, N.Y. Helen was Joe Weeks 1s Improving nicely welcomed all newcomers. Blvd. Mrs. Kennedy will be there bat
down to attend the Miami Med from his recent auto accident. Stan said that he, his wife, Chesser's Wash-A-Mat on there's nothing firm yet," the
I ical Convention and came on He hopes to be able to come Sally, and their nine year old, Davis Blvd. is having growing spokesman said.
over to Combs' for the four- home from the hospital soon. Patricia were all happy to be pains. They are building on Among those listed Is the
& Wednesday Nov. 16-17-18 day visit. We hope so too, JoelA a pan of the Harmony Shores more storage room and getting presidential helicopter detach.
Mrs. Dlendtna Hyndman (my planning committee for the family new dryersl ment the group that carried
mother) returned last Fridayto East Naples Baptist WM.S met New arrivals at Harmony Mr. and Mrs. Stan Orth of Kennedy from the White House
Palm Lake Trailer Park at the home of Lynne Reinert- Shores In the last 'Ito days Harmony Shores were happy to to nearby airfields and also took
for the winter from her homeIn sen of Francis Avenue Tuesday were Mr, and Mrs. Grover have as guests, Charles and him on other short hops.
BUT Churubusco, Ind. evening. Present were Mozelle Myer from Kansas, the Clay Marjorie Plate from Lake wreatha On an are average dy five
placed at
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Duncan Echols, Martha Bargo, Lucille ton Hallets from Chicago Thomas Worth. Mr. Plate and Sally grave the
parents of Mrs. Richard Shields, Cora Dejarnette and VHalloransfromVlrglnta Orth were affiliated for many
Redenbaugh, arrived back to Lynne. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saunders years with Gulf stream Steelat
their mobile home In Lake l Kellyon Charles Watson of Jackson from Michigan. They all Delray Beach. ger Fred Redenbaugh (my.
Friday from New Haven, Avenue was taken by ambulance plan to stay for the winter. Young Orin Combs was 11 Fred). It's to be a family
DON'T MISS Ind. They will remain all win Monday to the Veteran's Hospital Two carloads of ladles from years old on Wednesday. That recreation center same as the
In Coral Gables. Mrs.Watson "The Shores" drove to Fort day he was the honored guestat bowling lanes with pocket billiards +
ter.P.F.C.. Gene McSwaln will will spend this weekend Myers one day this week to a birthday party at Shadow- and ping-pong for all|
arrive home this week from a with friends there. attend the Lee Memorial Hospital lawn School with students of members of the family.
leave from the'ILS. Army and bazaar held at the Exhibition Mrs. Coleman's fifth grade.

THE THURSDAY will\ spend Thanksgiving with Hall and sponsored by the There was a birthday cake plus I gotta go as it's almost past
his mother, Mrs. Anna L. Mc POTLUCK Pink Ladles. soda pop and favors for all) time for this column to be at
Swain of Pine Street. P.F.C. There was a big time at The Daughters of Ruth Sunday Orin Is the son of Ralph Combsof the newspaper office but first.... -
McSwaln Is stationed at Fort Harmony Hall last Saturday School class met Tuesday Washington Avenue. I found this little "pome";
GRAND OPENINGIN Bragg, N/, night! About seventy residentsof evening at the home of Alice A woman who drives from
Mr and Mrs. Warren Cone HarmonyShoresTrailerPort Redenbaugh, Lake !Kelly Des NEW BUSINESS The back seat of the car,
have come from Warwick,N.Y., met for their first potluck supper sert, coffee and tea were served Brookside Billiards Is a new Is the subject of song, quip
and are settled for the winter of the season. The hostesses to the following! Iva l Kinney business, right next door to and fable;
months on Peters Street. were Mrs. Gambrel, Florence Booker,Virginia Brookside Bowl, to be openedIn But you'll have to admitShe's
THEIR NEW LOCATION Friends hope they will decideto Mrs. Tankersley and Mrs.OJ, Dupree, Marie Johnson. Jesse a few days. Congratulationsto no worse than the man
stay all year around. Drake. The table decorations Kelthley, Thelma Ripley, Thel the owners, Paul and Hazel Who cooks from the dining room
at Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fager, included a "real for sure" ma Tetreault,Laura Inez Guar- Abrahamson and to the mana- table!

Mrs. Virginia Dupree, Mrs. '
141 9th ST. NORTH Thelma Tetreault and Laura
Inez Guarino drove to Immo-
kalee last Sunday afternoon to
visit with Mr and Mrs Pin's,

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tumed Chtckt thill' be made payable &nd. feceetlenl .... o klackt liom auiPTEoT Kw aetuel aott Fer tppalnt.
sleet :
to the AychI.cls, The full I .Ice Coil J-43M! room beth lurnnnod iMMno: ", .nt call Ml I I till or drive
ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERS amount of the depot" w,,11, b. r* 2-Bikel till per month,, year round ... t* Reyel Harbor office te
turned "if Drawing n>d tpeclfllltiona rental Av..".bi.' now CharMs diy | if

SMITTY'S PAWN BlRGlU ara returned 'lo 'Ihe Architect All Ni.' ?, Lompat. Scooter "oeft .p>a ed with ociuuve c.' li'" 110 _lln AI5.. IWIL UTATE"II'
SHOP In good co'td'toit' within 10 deyt citb. INS Exellent Condition $141rr SUITE WHITE Beautiful pro Ml ? if/I tlNewlv I stony CBS lerge home Nicebedroom

r-- SHE' If} .data, tat ton opening, ef kIlo )*<.ie Ml MeO II/H H teat and taali all, roofi Free decorTlJd sod reriUn.d1$ aparlmant private All
MEADORS' Sub tentrictort n'iy obtain Draw "!r.I.: .. Ml I.till NAPLES 1 bedroom CBS home las ,est furwthed Over no Revel Palm
|y 919 Airport Reed ".. Ih """n r"Jfit'c.... ,Ingi and Specification by paying LEANING i PAINT Naple. Mto Ceneililul. Ave tract many thrube nice lows,
t I=r. "'" { 'd.t: ;;,,. ] reproduct' : cost, which' py'" will 3- ltS.MOtorlAcc.s. NQ' co t/nin Bo Seasonal, or yearly ......1. .Price III loo |s 000 down Own
.. JEWELRY yet ba returned A of the -- --- & < Mt tint No children tOO
... I,.. a........ i.nan 4 [ ftu 'Il Ai,0 North :
Spaclfnationi may b* -
Tbedroom Pill InsUre
SiZZllm Ml Sacriflc .. hauae lampVoly on
Gift Jewelry Antique f f la a oul erder Ml" S 1011tl .mned Hie' 0' Ito troo A'chlcII 01, cho5s Cl tho Mange ''n ownert plent. forte SEA WALLS tu'.lIhod..nl..lly lee at.". operate 10/11 tf
"ertn. Tr. A tai* af this. beautiful It GleNs teetoiKl' rental i etCH P I -bath
ll ouleUe city limit FIFTH AVE SO Loch 5.4 must h. .ccotttp.sisd ba CONCRETE WOOD ROCK |u""tI- bee-room lanostited.I .
Certilied' Check Cathior't: Check Oraft Twin I..In... Head. tioi MI tsi 0' Bid Band Bigpk. Depth Finder, minIs Foundation Piles I* reTukle' tana"ntl""MI
BARBER SHOPSROSSI'S enecuted by the Bid Light Cuitom Bedroom I bath H"rufWtne4Weterlront .
DRUGS LAWN CARl der and Suraty Company licenced mada Cutnleot.and Curlew Ave Qal4 iN4l4 ll/l tf
-; Borber ShoptPork to do but.neii 'I> 'londa ,n. turn firm Cock Call Pit Ml' Covert 11140 and lION Ml" Dockl-Moorlng' Whips en ,1.m. per m10tl1. yelplease I Bedroom. I ,..h. Dew fla.
tqual, to 1150' II' cool (iSM) of tho.mow" ,.,t"I McBrlda Reel- I Ton Air Conditioner and.
Si. Mi. R.PRESCRIPTIOHS ( "L l 10/tl tf SAGESt Aulomelic ripe
2-4449 drydotkiABBOTT
ol Ih. total Bid, The Bond to' '12 Park. It South Mid' Dih' weiher Furnithed un-
Thro. MO"er Bober.NAPl.S Flllorf TOMF it requ red ai guarantee that If Owner ...".. 10 toll 'INS I. woj t M44_ lI/SLINJI I Iuroishod lll.tM. III I'A

SHOPPING CE"TI" ACCURATELY \_ 0" lbs bid .II accepted. e Centred will Plkaraleit! Cobia Bee I with' top & lot ,.nl tl.ss1.I .5.Pflse ISIS SOwWip1bbi
Two Metier BtrbonOpen be I'O'into IY' Ito performance and .n .ccettarie' ,till rlHP Rsdio Road beech Available.' lute teatonel, 'I Scoots. nPhf..fy
Prompt Pro. Delivery Lows I Shulle.r. tacurod The evecattful fvuirude, oulbeerd with ,
Ml' ? I7 1111* H
I lOIS I 4>l) I 4471RIPRAP and hot henls I
8-5.30 E.cepi Sun DON'S will ba reouired to elect'istir 1W 114 MIIriyVOile "ili
: execute. Performance Bond T Beat Motor IsO Trailer, erm* 11.500dime '
I Men Notural End Cr.y Heir LIGGETT REXALL Speciellit, t .r"c5 "Od ,,0cl..dl". all labor nov and .toss thin I month old and ,Ian 50-Rooms For Rent SI51tors 1100 me Tel, I Itttlllt .

Way S moIst, ,alt" (ha Performance Bond lan 10 hours running time In
I Utlno Hair Tgnlc-lnquln. hOspice IWpIni Cenrer: 1-3lit Ml .-...* I shill be written in the emeunt ef Perfect condition. ebiolulely SEAWALLS .n' lucid PIses Ml

0.. hundred per tent ((100.) ef the tub. no. PrIe.d' ir hIck sole. rni' TII H For StU
CLEANERS INSURANCE ontrart .PnicoPoponal tin be soon SI 1231 lOts A,. and ROCK GROINS

SERVICE STATIONSBOS'S forms must ba properly( N. .Naples, 11111 ICS 52-11..1 I
filled out No qualifying ,.".... or Ft fosters Sea kHIf, Creeieteiee.ellt.d.c.i Estate Wanted

JAEGER I INSURANCE ttelemenli will he cenaidered Bum craft Engine' Teak pier end orelni ROCK HARBORRetldenllll
JERRY'S NO BIDDERS MAY WITHDRAW A Will pit hiss 'h.....". aol'
DRY I BIO sisboiltad, for a .period ef thirty Now Desks Punt, Ridie. Depttt Finder MARVTIIONDRCDGIM l I ensso ill ti,. swill .".... Itt lot Quiet neighbor, .
CLEANING"' "' end Varnish See
9 SAVE MONIY..Sy PAYMENT SERVICE I no dav> alter tha dots set for it Ski ," Naples W'C''t' tuitibit'" far head II tilt. end the price M
ONE DAY : the opening of such bIds' Ml, i : Marina or Phone .,.""nll r "li .. w. ill, Be I'llAW r ght |I,oot fiify Better hur
\ AUtO-WOMI ONI.PfitNAPLLI STATION ,iQfto tf (0. Caliier
4 I THE! OWNER RESERVES THE rounly bows on thIs one!

SERVICE / SHOPPING CINTICNOSYPt MechanU Rood Service RIGHT lo reiect any/end/or all Bid S-n-S! Fl Qwllln.. with, 40 H P Dredge, DrOfllntnd I 1111 I* AeeetillstLoillIe '

I on duty cod I ocoic, ''nlo.m.III, thereIn Juhn.gi;, Completely equipped Ott* Virpil, MinumNoble
YSAIL Mt ,. .
42 6th A".., So. MI. 2.7390JJ,0M WtAng( Iv LEO ft CHICIcLRINI3. 'Roll. gaud condition, |7oo: Ph D..." Work S3-LlslIrtgs Wonted Wnghl
4040 .North. Trail, Ml I 2 M17 Ch.lr".n. HIL ll/ll It S
Alt.... lid Ml' 1 MM,.
'0'''' 0' PublIc I..t.uallonCtunt ; ;;
I fl "" .
We ire in dirt need ef good DEWEY POLLY
,. ATTEST0" bpgt r1"J": :* end. lop Pebble, .......1 or yearly At
: SHOE REPAIR W D REYNOLDS Two Motor 36-Wanted To Buy PrISON need four I bedroom

Secretary to lube new Trailer A I condition home iv 0 artntOnts 10. .... REALTY

!". .._.* "b'iC 'Inttrwctlon IMO or will, trade for Till Jeep Uted pickup truck waNted rearp .M M..h 11111 It
u1i ( Collier pall .her lIii: PM I- Qod condition Itehlmeri Prop
YOU CAN : cNtt Florida SIllS iiSBusiness AtsesbolesPhtl Oae. Dewey Polly Reader
:J. r }'flt :; Oct M. I. ||. ItM y.M IM WIles 0,0 M..n.n.n.I.&l, l N iSyOs Hilly OlSon Corner lit Ave N.. andTtmiaml


., .. making e purchase him CALL MI 2-2107 C leaf or Pu \ LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS Opps.leteblithed 38-Autoi For Sale ROBERT H JAEGER MI flitS1RC1AL'LOT

Nawt adveitner. Ht il inlorottod S flea Meef.WOHK. hobO' Propotalt for tht Fabritttion eervice Molts for

i I. knowing; .b. .. ..... FOR DETAILS. OVAHAftTtSDtil and Inltallatien of Sun Control I loeae Conlacl Leonard Han M falcon t rir ten Reg R E Breker
your 1 IMS Trail
.1' NipIl5ShwPlifte CtvIol Jail elf the Ith Ave
I Screen! for th. Immokatee "W'lOl"91( ''** Ave .. V Ford cots I7tlU
1* An t. M -402 If.OOu Immokalaa' Florida' : and Na I Pint XL HI Air lltH North 114'slSi'. | BUSY AREA
I Hiah School,, Naplat li Chew Co,uoin 4 4, |>" .Price IllttoAttoglala.
Florida' for the Colllar County Boerd II HT Air ItH SS-S.orB 011k.GIi.uottoes4oottILM. *

of Public Initructlon. will be recelved 7-Dogs Cats PttsrHiod II vfJ I dr ladan llvttII LsOli. Otto VIPlit" Mor.u'
C by the Superintendent' atBchoolt Rancharo Pickup tilt / NeoitDEWEY' W".ht
et the Superintendent; 't O) ,le AM. Minialuie feBlok it Ford Pickup $105 Colon Carp IM Mh Ave So
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE flee. Niplet.' Flerlde on or befora male: t waaki 'tit: till U Scout HIM Ml Mill I I/I II

C I N f M E ST November U. INS Ption Ml Mi; li/fj It tl Ford 4 dr Power |'lttt FOR RENT POLLY

at which time and. place they will, tlure or ollice '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNNatict The public ire Informed that Irubhe CONCI'IIN'M"IA'! Copies of the Propotal. Contract 12-H.lp WtnttdLtfne TOI.UER COUNTY dlttrlcj' ) 'i block Irom FirM
: will' ba hold at the Document Bank
hearing Drawing and Specifcation IsIS
Board of It County hereby Commictlonort given' that the ol Courthou. In List Naplet. Flo, ., atI FIRSt FLORIDA", of RE Na may ba obtamad by eligible ;;;;Ietaftoln.- (en ..ntansdji MOTORS 1H GULF REALTY Cam Qe* Dewey PtWy' RceHer
Collier II'I 00 A M Tuetday. December I. S Contractor from BOLTON MeBRVDE $ Maaw Mh Ave swish Corner let Ave No. andTamiaml
County Florid' will' has In
can (polled
.,d., IWO for the purpoM of heerlng anycomplelntt K'et ,mrSSt AND WILLIAM R FRIZ' Salary, oommenturat' with till CisI shenel hive beed"0 Trail
a petition tho 19th olD.ctmb.r to the .
day the fol. undartlgned jELL ARCHITECTS" ,ity Moot have 14 ....
or reasons why IIIO McOreaoroulavard enporlenae end Cbrvslsil.. yniouit.
1964 at 10 10 A M. 'In .. County Committlonara of Colllar' reftrinca W.oo, Linniod ill 37-Houi For Sl. M1iC151r5 --
the towIng should not be ,. toned : : Foil Myart Plorido, A load I IW tuaply All mueti ,
County CommiMionar County, Florida for retolutlon ItOlaplot
at the maallnfroom letcribed: herein' o yec.tbe5oe'ii d.'t' 01 IS 00 '. .oquor.d for .ch All Collier County Newt' ?>t '"Mtee Rod, Red. BT PachOeauilifwt
Last County Courthouta In All Loll In Blockt .P to 0 Inclutlva Is tide yard utilityamementt fIrst of Druwv.s and $pe ificalloss 11/' ene of hot lieN tahnmefi Shied AREA
.I. Two
Naplet Colllar Florida hereinafter hwationBargain
County detcrlbed and
Hondereon Creek Parkaccording .Issued to the G en.ra I Contractor Con.. Pjjrioowlh I lie if ttG"'I
to determine' whether or not WHEREAS upon motion dulymada ', PERSON WANTED If torvecontumer air' f104 far lash or Illtt termS
the to Plat Book S, page .. Chocks shill hi medo 50? Jeep with. liretTlcendllen will IP wall large L..." R I
County will vacata, abandon *nd carried the Boerd of ehl. to tha in Collier Co with. evfrtind carpet 0 H log BrokerIII
Architect The
discontinue' and dote tha following' Collier County to record front County Cemmlttionert of Collier of the fullamount II.w'.h' Producl* Steady ISIS j SN allen I pereli' SlIt No, Naplat"
Th. foreeolng' bi dapotlt be
detcnbed portion of an antatlnf C.t Commercial, to R-4 RetidentlalOwner County Florida' ,_''v. to hold e if Drawing and Specific returned good earningi Veil around No |Il/il f Nile Corner.I.t( tO 11I near
public traat. and ranounca and dn : Handerton Creek C.. public hearing In connection with lions are returned t* the AlibI capital raauired' Write Raw If..Wi.uil.: _'' ::t'h LASh'. Peilitched e. sow high echeol. '..uhf..1 pmaIraet
claim any right of tha County nd teld Petition ,lalgh FA J MO II. UowpflILDiohohius .. ,. lototedsal. isos.C and. ...... Owner will,
BOARD Of : loots 'in good rendition within l It
O.utrAll : .nd
:: :
:: HeaP
: Gall COlI,..
tha Tann nMY.Pi.tlH. ..d
public In to aama at dallntatad COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOW BE days of Ihe opening of ::: : tairitit Ii r coin MI 1 Is/'.
on recorded map or plat at 'S LA L) ADVISED thus a public hearing will I biota A ,:::1.01ot'h': Man and. end Count girlt 11111 hI. III' Pt59Acreage
a ttraet which aid parcel' le more b. held, on the 15th day of Decamher. oantad Appl,, lo Mrs ,
Mar onof T Scott Clerk Specification! may ba anammad free 't For kte ROYAL HARBOR'
particularly' datcrlbed' ai follawt:: ItM. at 10 10 AM at the f .Iot.... ; llnc: Wilarfronl
In Colllar County. Florida' further By R. W Clerk leeRy, Meeting Room of the Board of tact ol charge at lha. elfic of The Arc*!. ii/ii LampliglHir, 11111 IN it Api Mirth, Ml btal deck, large parole .eg'

deurlbed' at that part of Traf Deputy County Commletlonert., In BulMInc grill
Each BM! mutt be .
Nov H. 1H4 ales ied
ford Avenue. per plat of Naw C. of the Courthouto Cample at I Certified" Check Cethiert accompa Chit by MUST SILL liii v l1l-r-. THE MOOMINQS I Bedroom Per rent or tell lt etree.idee .

market Subdivitlon' at recorded Lost Naolat. Florida. to determine' or Sid Bond eiecuted' by the Bidder 13H.lp Want. Tomato I,, 1300 under mi rill"J'JJ" I both homo. litelient, CondiIMM. i ler trailer' Have M tt ofCement
In Collier NOTICE' OP PUBLIC HEARINO > 0 termi Patio. Tank and
County Record the Petition by Flrtt Flerlde .-. end Surety licamed lnnoiusf EMapt*nal Buy Sapna
Bounded: on the Northerly tide by The public are Informed that aKblic _re. Corporation to vacata tha I. do butmeti in Company Florida. in 'UUH II/U 11NilIma. i cellPl.nn._ Ml I loll It/It If
Block H. Lots I, 1. I, I. 19 and h..nie. will b. held it the tide a bum lkAtIiy' U""AIUM
yard utility oaitmentt inBroaktide ,
oqual te fiva .
WigenT raaionaU 'Ja..latIs
cant (IHI, of fgr MARLOWE MM
par thaamount establIshed down
BoniteHejely and
thop in AND BECK
II'.' .on__ I,!. Southerly! _tide_ by .. 'In_ Ettt Neplet! Fla." at Subdlvlelon' teecrlbod at ef the total Bid Tha Bend I Collier. County Newt Bee.A priced it SIN Irl NortH Iph II00 per month No intereet
4I'oca' n. LO" I. 1. J. '. .nd 1141 AM. Tuatday December I. follow.South.: le required' A.:. REALTORS' I ISO M Ono
aa o guarantee thet If I II.Mt 7 mile from Oolden
I: teid tots bounded .n tho List ItM for the purpose of neerlng enycomplelntt tIne Lot I. Lot a. North the bid la accepted a Contract will, lllWlO [ ISO) Fifth Awl .. bale OIly Open Sunday Col
IIv N.wm..k.1 "o.d and in tho or roetone why the fowls line. Lot ;. South Line Lot S. Lots N cost.,5W into and the "i rotary typtti enorthand t.o Ml MM, tMtl 1 SIll"E'tii tier
West by Tenth Strut !..,. b.. should not bo re'tonedribed oo II inclutlvo Wool line lot II of If property red p.rfons.iota The. i red) 'inturenco ee orIensii.'afired 41 -Trucks TrsclorsiMC 1.lb ... .. ReeHy S/IS tf
Leo a Itrop 01 mid "O.o..I.y!, detc tionebn.All Last line Lot IS Lots l" n Inclutlve Bidder, will, tec u tutceteful ., Permanent full. lima AII..U. 01"
HO feet In lonith end 60 feet wIde, Lot Mi Oordoti River' HornetSubdlvlelon. and West line 'Lot tl Block commIts g Performance be required" t*. day week Phono for inter ( IKUCK Pruel Himi with pool I ,IloltS 'LAU GOLD Sr AS TEA
PERSONS INTERESTED MAy en unrecorded plus lying F. end the last tIne, lot 14. Lets arlng and 'including' all Band. sew .w Smith ether I Ins Inc ,.......,.". I II Ill WHERE OIL' HOWSMONEY
APPEAR AND it HI'ARO! AT THE M the NWtt of the NIbS ef Mil Inclualve and. Wont line Lot malarial' Tha Performance labor Bond end Mi HIM. 11/10 _III The belt fer your MOOS MRNNT ANOINt Air OROWSAnelhei

TIME AND PLACE ABOVE SPECI loctiOe :i.l ftC, R f tIE H Block E. '.oohl". SubdbvICISC. hell ba written 'in tha amount ofona I .perien.adTnTSIii' Moid* Oood ).I'H IMl1.; INC. CenditHHMNt CBS I ladroom

'110 so ho frOnt AgUsuttunt Unit, Ho I, Plat No t. at hundred per cent i)00) ") 0' tha s.iary, Coast in Ptorppn. nophoijg ilt III till M Note I Salk. Corport" "landa Reset producing' well IH
BOARD Of t. A-I lloo.d.ntl.1 0.... sept recorded In Plat Boot I. Paga M Contrect PricePropotal tolls. Trent End MetelLidy |K.rery hx.llea Abeorvtely him coloti rhnll mile from Collier County
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .siO. of the Public Record of Collier formt mutt b* N your wife, ItltMCARIBBEAN whlb promIses e1hev tom.ototnibil .
Collier County Florida BOARD Of County Florida' tilled, out No qualifying (.properly field Ii Cell,,, C..
By DEWChairman fY POLLY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS" BOARD OF. Malamente will be coneMered or fr year POliO iw'iT 42-M chln ry Equip. REALTY

Nov II 14 .JI* Minaret T. Scott Clerk of Collier' YCo"1lv'I.d.. BID' submItted for period of thirty Diet Muet be .. ef neat 00udOi OilS. waener an* .P O Boa |'*t
By A. W Bettty. By 110.YO after the date tat for hind. ireoiiig Please apply Inperton osiSi .v.. uted 41* ill ... H' 1es5150 SI.MJ core* S mIlls from ".,1. ,
1..0r t' Clerk Chairman( the Opattlol ef such Prithtr Lovndy. sluSh.. / ...met I till Agy "I i mIleS from My of Ooldenriale
NOTItk OF' PUBLIC' HEARINO Nov till Nov I I I' *J. n IWO ale> THe OWNER .WV" THE II/S II14H.lp h.i.f .I.O i. Bedding ditc AvAil AILI' NOW''"1 1 Two mil I nwle from Evergiadae

Notice it hereby given' thiSpublIc RIGHT to riled any end ill Silo Ri. I S -. I C I ,",..t'", throe edrpomi tilt J baths Pirtway at 1111 l par ..r. wills i
hearing' will be held at the .nd It waive' "' '' li'pe 0 Si i loads Ml aal water full minaret tight Will tell InIt
Tb. public *111 tati of SI 135 aaih. Ills the
b Chapter
places 0.1150 that vIrtue largp tome im
Couithouto Eatt Fla :: .. IM S
'in N. In. at By LEO R 'trI' rH.: VVBr.ttJ M.lK !. .ii' .rt mp MPltIOi. acre Iractt
with Section I is n'o.sd.d _v Chipter *3 ttS. Lamo if FIendi, lb. water epg to '
I N PM ,
December 1.
Tuetday CII.'........ s.i i Si "" i101 Chev trailer "I".u
Board of County Committtenert of Collier County Florldi' did make Priced from $11500 le .
tIM for the purpooe of hearing' ... .. i.ii.5 i ii ui..i555,i slid, $ *cr tract* with IM fl
any e IroilerI
of Public 'ec'ossa wes.d fliP
feerd 'InttructianATTEST loini
certain 'improvement to a certain road in Naplet Perk Subdiv > an et NO ( cost Open hIlt" fronting en stll
complaint orr.a ions why the tollowing "" ** ".... K uperty mainiananiO and 'land I I"' i | 'in 'U ft $ which elf ae
t *
outlined below end thet certain ettettmentt to abutting property ownenyet > : ; : : irem a I. I pm ind en Ike moos read from
dettrihed oboist harem' not be re toned at remiss unpaid duo t* their desire to pay ..... ......"'..... Ihreugrhe .5 ace work Reed lugo*. paid DS.'ll,. ,.. ." i < i, Men WMHIOr. 'r..sl.: pan le I pm h>ieur big Mar*. development. Naples SIll lo
W 6 REYNOLD noi-doy' Cell Ml LOSS .g Wi. e affitt I Imita -
The S 100' of the N IIJT of the ( Tan Rolls ever period of five (SI y.... at S* mteretl eerelery te puotloenI" lor ill lilt I II ,- wt.slstLitliI100US IIDI Harbor UnaBreokiide ..er acre |NW'" mineral I

E* of the LIt: of the NEU ef Now. the public will lobe further notice that alt ouetemonta that the leerd t S liii r.Ol4 0* I..nI' VHItga Follow the ,.''glHIitret.

Section I' Twp US Range IOElett remain unpaid et the end of thie edvertiting period wiN .. given" to the 5WIe, ? ..: Py'o lerldi IIISIscllos ;., nWr *.>nl, Pan Siil I. '.- RiT tl H mil* front SMI I
the 100' Lout and felt the Collier County Tea Aieettor end Inn, ,ft) thereto greeted ......14 sOld New I. S. IS; .ISO I"/"'.-'t_:**#*.. Eaaal .! H.OHIUA REAL Slit ,per ear*, SitS only
III' Went thereof and property( ) until said lient( ) Ill paid' In full 1rM. 'loot *.'. HapIO' ESTATE
The W EEl of the S tOO of the ?cM tu. n/4 tfon 44-Mobil Hom sS ,..... ,ov.dobli. M metl ef Ik*
the NEW of SectMft I. Twp illOunge NAPLES PARK SUBDIVISION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING S 5 ffiDJ"1mrfeea" It'S 'I.."5 0 I,,,'or I,. solo aiA. ......., .. .. ._ nalsetleaes --
,. Notice W hereby given Net a > >een4 'S pate I ecaldd in .w.". ; j
ME I* be toned from Tot. :;
puol>c heerwg wIlt bo toted at the ", II.. M r.**B W .. 57? J35 ,t"NIW' falsa
Agriculture to C I C.momcl.I Procofly Owsir Lot Res) $10.5 U.N Aui.SSAM5I CourttHjHeo M toot Neplet Flo Bg H.""" v>eret frailer Per / I/O .____....nt to .4mw
Owner. Mrs John Lofti W. T. Ortio. 14 I liON M A M .. .,. iftoamber IIMe elf ShIeS be. .kef* tHNMkl ...... r.n ui 7MI fIt I "Nbpertai I haSh DishSINaI.
and .... ;\* .. .""... Uti"" CARIBBEAN REALTY
o 1. G. It I NH IWO ., I mpi'ial Manewe.
'hi I N. of thi N ItW of fbi Altec Palmer U i to eo ,::..= retoaouon of *dni.n soS .1.' o-t.HfffiMftttlm/f IfS ....". rvii, furmehed .Per. l P.115}Ii soeth o. REALTORS
I" .1 the I" of fbi NEW if1.01st. A''''. Mapseolll ?S. Z1 I I. eo ... eootWMM slip.. be granted at S u .,* wlltlnc t. work. BudI'm leti te",o,ner en., LetidO tIt. c- III..... P 0 Bee IMS.
I TwO b2t lOt.W45 ..., month ct
Teresa .."... II I I Slot e050rIk5d t.tPeIOf N.pi.< 70.i5i Pert 'II'M Tt : : .
taretl and ". Hi w. .
Neple Fig
loft till, included
the E end lens the W Moeho" sis.dottt ft I rhorMtrr nlBtWMtiiulre.1
til' J N A sIs of .lend. 141 foot in width Ml I HMSMETH
thereof, end) Ligoso SOnodottI H J 0 lying 711 foot either de of MO CLOSING 'O\f
The enifw i I < Rend .lkeWkmyvar 45-Tfiil. fo, lint
W III of the S Ml" of the NlOw PnasS It N.Clsifs .1 J I NO deecr pif
following nVed intetus.eessiewibojoUno9oerof
ef tko EH of fbi EH of the 0' L C Hull 30. ... II I I" i"I. own M-s wrlttaff VINCE CON BOY ')i DIFFERENT IN
tiLts of Section I. Twp US Range Thoonoo N IssIktdomd ., I) .. :: T..I..V' II W e week wMnTV rWREAOE
MC end. the SEW of the NWto of I' l.limrpliy 14. M II I .Nil at recorded. m Pletloo* IncrBm-a HofdJVMB, TMf Ii'' 0 >ek Spacat IHe III ""t'1' tlr.or .., MOW S .... Ireel .locate S Sjssta
tWo IE tie fILM of liction Pot., -.. 14. 17 N r..It" if .. Slit r.e trailerp. silla .,- U I. II.00w. .
1 "szt. I t =: II IN Cotlter County Resendslileese rib Ave. So a 10 ..... ... ft
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A _Florida Bear Goes Into legendryWevvafi'

I Saga Typifies The Last Frontier' IV

ay BILUK D. SMITH twisted roots are twined Mo nasment of the Wooten family. All was well-i Newah grew -
1 The Everglades I* a net sea the matted water co fih xJ....... a' l fast, gussltaff caN drinks, eaady
ol grass that spreads across Only a few laches of water ..... MEET NEWAH bars and breed. He grew partir.uUrly !
south Florida tor miles upon Ira the grass and only in the Our real story Is about Newel, fond cf bread. Us soon top. (! lJt I
miles broken only by oasis-Uks Mraly season" of summertime, the bear, and It really began U ped the scales si 900 pounds, Nt\US 'l'ltier
cabbage palm "beads", dotting usually from June to September.Woolen's the fer.western state of Mako., and became used to people.
many months ..
tee of flat ago when a
landscape the ooun. alrtooats take tour "He was u tame M a gnaalyoan
lets down a snakey4wisted ..... Ing party went out on a cold, faQ be," WotXea saM.
try.ID day; the crisp thin sir, IndicaU SECTION ft Nplt Fl. S ftd.y Nov.mb.r I IS I iibl
southwest Florida the fun. boat trail through mangrove' All of the trouble started when
.,\. out Tamtam Trail wends: a rib- hung creeks, into the 'back ed that winter was soon to be Newah got restless and he found
bond grey, to break through' bays" of the Ten Thousand Is. there, and this was the last hunt out he was strong enough to get
the Everglades. Many experts land country. He used the air. of the season for Mr. and Mrs out of that cage. Newah crumpledthe Richard's tmeasy foot on the his face In the muddy swamp.
t stated that the Tamlaml Trail boats In the filming th..Eftr- bear bars on the cage like nothing gas pedal. They Intended. "to When he finally\ righted himself
could net be built and many tor glades" series for Television. l tA The hunters killed ahuge.black was a holding him and took d!. bring that bear home". he sank tolls. In the swamp-
tuous years went Into the build. They were again used in the first trusty, and they found that the "Believe me, even In the "We had only covered 'bout mud, his fai e uid clothes a flghtt
n Ing but-fcullt It was and come "Flipper" movie Their power. female bear had two mlteolted Glades, nobody had seen any two or three hundred yards and, While he was grabbing for the
plsted In 1928. tub propellers created the "bur. cubs The rubs were old enoughand thing like the sight Newah mak. sure enough there was Newah ItMf of bread I, Newahback-swlped
Small villages hap carved out ricane wind" needed In the part wise enough to hers log great leaps in an easy. alted curled up on top of a stunted Klfhsrd over the side fast He
I a spot along the Trail; uneeas.Intfy thai was filmed in the Everglades trunk of a tall tree. The anal way, across the watery-grasa of mangrove tree, asleep In the landed spread-eagled, flat on his
knowing that they ware too It'. wonder that face Flat as he was, he was
they must push back tbe area. the airboat trails in the back morning sun a
lush, jungle growth. It left alone, Raymond Woolen could hare to fend for themselves, chop. yard. He dldnt wait for feeding tittle mangrove held a 300 pound making swimming motions,in the
the abundant vegetation would II. easily played the part of Lincoln peel the tree, down and were able time either, he Just up and bear", Wooten r.n.d.d. shallow wator on top of the oocy
\ lently and swiftly creep back and Vail, In the Everglade T.V. ser.Us to catch one of the cubs. One went. ." Woolen continued. "We called to him by name, mud
only in of the hunters took him to his like we did and he ...rt.ed "Richard dldnt stop when he
t memory would one know the lawman who rode the lI I Wooten stated that heknswthst always ,
t town had existed here. .., serving out law, order borne and taught him to take achild's when the bear got hungry there to amble over to us in n the hit the mud, he was a making
I 4 Heading west out of the gUU and Justice from an airboat. lieU bottle of warm milk The would be trouble! lie said he airboat. "This will be easy," I time, tike a mud turtle lie was
Urine, bright lights of Miami, tall lean, and darkly tanned hunter kept him until he was figured that the bear would hunt said to Richard "and that's when aiming to take off from that him.
r some 73 miles on the Tamlaml from the hot sun and propeller strong and sturdy. Nearly grown, up some people to feed him, I made the biggest mistake In gry hear", his father recalled
.\, Trail Is Ochopee. This south blast riding the wateryolrboat IM shipped Fla.Through him, t<>friends,tn FortPierce that tame and lazy u he was, my llfs." woolen said.WHAMI "I tried to holler to him to
It west part of Collier County, has trails. B is only by the blue ofUs be wouldn't bunt for food for him. stop but the muddy water kept
I i been aptly named "The Last eyes startling against his relatives living In self and that whoever might of. ) running down my face and I was
Frontier" of the United States. braced face that he could be fort Pierce. Woolen heard of fir him food, was apt to get a The bear saw the bread H* laughing fit to bust anyway, but
The unusual rather than the told from a Seminole Indian. the beat and decided a bear was bear hug. Newah would bs plentydangerous broke Into a run and eamecrsehIng I finally yelled to Richard to
usual Is most likely to happen Many people have stopped by exactly what he needed to add he stated. through the mud and water stop. "That hear aini after you,"
to his animal
", here. This Is where the airboat the wayside of the Tamlaml Trail collection at the Richard Woolen called to his sending It up like a waterspout Wooten said
and the swamp buggy Is the ae.v to ride in Wooten's airboat, airboat tours dock son Richard to crank up the air oa Chokoloskee Bay Wooten saM Airs enough he wasn't .
cepted mode of travel In the which are made from heavy tin, He built a strong, large cage boat while he grabbed t II.W. ke had the bread, but not for long, Newah was seated calmly on theMe
> 'Cladts e story fiaUwttomed riveted to the sides FLORIDA BEAR gracefully poses in the man" for the bear and brought Mm to strong, coll! of rope and t loaf Newah aimed for the loaf ol bread of the airboat, and ktnda
( could have only happened In"The of the boat decked over at the grown" as a stand-n1\ for the departed "Newah. baa place on the Tamlaml Trail. cf bread. He headed on a dead and Wooten went JIanl..rtM wedged In between the seats,eat.
Last Frontier Country". bow. Wide seats are provided In (RIP) He named him"Newah"whichIn run to the airboat that was growU side of the airboat like he was
I the airboats for passengers. The means Seminole"bear cub.Indian" language) leg a SIS horse-power snarl, un. Jet propelled and landed smack on (Continued en page J-B)
\ CHOKES SEA OF GRASS boat operator sits high above the
One mile west of Ochopee passengers, in t chair seat, with The airboats at Wooten's have John quickly became the
> which boasts the smallest post his back to the steel guard encompassing always been busy, and the people "star" attraction with his plain
I <. office in the world-is the Wag. the powerful sir. waiting for the airboats return way of talking He developed t
y on Wheel Restaurant and Woot. plane motor. The blast from the to the dock, to take them on their keen clear, wolf whistle that
en's Air Boat Tours. Raymond propeller thrust pushes the boatat ride often grew restless caus. turned many t lady's head. Ht
Woolen is the owner and opera. a tremendous speed and is big Woolen to get the idea of learned to say "Airboats and aIyourCNRISflWAg
tor of both businesses. His air. guided In direction by a "stick" placing caged animals around the many other words but his great. _
boat trails crisscross the sea which controls the finJlke, twin airboat landing. He purchased eat trick he plrtI up by himself
", of grass, which grows up to his rudders, mounted above and out. Margate, a married couple of He would say "ClmmH&cloUa" i
back door. A few stunted Man. side of the stern of the airboat. monkeys and a Mynah bird.which to most people who stopped to 1

\ grows. with their multiple Gas Is ted_by a foot pedal. he named John. talk to him, much to the embar : : ,_ SHOPPING NOW

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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Nplw, FU, Siindty, Nmwnkw 1 II, 1 I t

If ;The Story Of 'Newah' t jLet's Fishing Go

(Continued from paglB) .

.tag his breed, pretty u you to see what the bear would ,
plen*.l when he finished his meal t' -
breed Aw
WHAT'S JOIN. >N? "We didn't have to wait 1
Woolen Mid that when they to find out too'," Wooten s Cwt 9 w -r
crashed Into the swamp, they "Newah finished the bread I
scared some birds who were eyeballed us out there In By VICTORINE MURPHY
feeding In the water, and one swamp and right there he dec
big lonfwhtt (White heron) kpicircling ed that hewanl.dt .
catch of both
"Darn near parted, Is the big mackerel and
them, casting an uneasy Believe me, when he decided trout
succinct forecast for the week'strout
eye at all of the commotion wanted the swamp, we made ;
A party on Friday
and mackerel fishing by I1shlng from
After Richard finally stopped back Into the airboat as
charter boat guides, marina op. the same camp caught Z6 trout
Ills frenzied efforts to get left It.
away, as we
and about in the Vanderbilt Beach
anglers just
he stood to the mud to his knees, "Being covered with mud area
Inside action for
trout has held
u did his father. They waited n't stop Richard from everywhere up
( The two main reasons for com well all week, Kappauf reports,
\ plete optimism regarding angling but mackerel action In the Cull
In both the Gulf and In Inland has been "spotty and .Iow"(
) : 1\1 waters, is the extended period of "There are unprecedented
fine weather plus the large num. numbers of small bait fish and
For The Finest FurnitureUPHOLSTERING
bers of Spanish mackerel, trout, mlnows right now in the Gull,"
and bonlta cavorting In nearby he said "Mackerel not going
ah" takes overa cartoon by G. McDuffie crystal clear waters. to take large bait or lures when

I he chewed Pompano have turned up for the they are feeding on so many mln.ows. .
first time this month at both Naples ."
and Pier and In the GuWvan Bay
when they Common area. Boats out of the Sport Spot USE SMALL LURESIn
a small Market
Nations Tiff
REMODELING of the rope. at the Cove have scored some nlf. trolling for trout in Inland
through the ty catches on grouper though owner waters, Kappauf advises anglers
I chain-rope Ed Towell reports that king. to use very small lures and to
Call Over Items For Tariff Cut fish action has fallen off badly. troll deeper. "Fishermen wh
rope to the Trout is thicker than usual at have been following this practice
traveled this time of year In waters around report excellent results."
TROPICALDRAPERY Newah BRUSSELS (AP) Western Neff spoke to newsmen after a Horse Creek, Wiggins Pass and Tides will be perfect for day.
Europe's six Common Market night session of the Common also at Big Marco and Caxambas time fishing next week, reports
Slowly with they the countries are edging toward Market Council, made up of passes. Spanish mackerel Is Fletcher Bltner of the Marco
and UPHOLSTERY : : leaping, and agreement over the weekend on representatives of West Germa. widely distributed over hundredsof Island Marina He says trout
water and how to negotiate with the United ny, France, Italy, Belgium, the miles in the Gulf but re- fishing has much Improved among
512 9th St. No. MI 2.5303 the States on the late PresidentJohn Netherlands and Luxembourg. ports from several marinas Indicate the Islands and that the passes in.
have finally F Kennedy' goal of a 50 As things stood when the ses. action has been disappoint. to the Gulf have been turning up
tJ We Now Feature tired- per cent cut In tariffs. slon ended, as much as a third inc although anglers are taking some good mackerel catches
It was Etlll uncertain whether of the whole volume of the Com them In the surf along Collier "Pompano are being caught in
they would meet the Monday mon Market's import would County beaches. the Gullivan Bay area for the
CUSTOMMADEFURNITURE deadline for declaring which of have to go on the list to be ex.empted Small snook are biting well in first time this month," said Bit.
u Newah the 10,000 or more items they from the 50 per cent the early morning hours at Na. ner "These are the first rod
something trade would not be subject to tariff slash pies Pier and Ed Varner, tackle and reel catches reported re.
a com. the cut. This list of exceptions Experts were to work all day and bait operator there, said six cently Pompano always turn up
end. He fell, due to be deposited In Geneva, today In the hope of having pompano were hauled In Wednes. in nets but seldom have they
still The along with similar lists from some acceptable compromisesto day and six again on Thursday. been taken before In this area
Sofas Chairs, etc. stopped the other countries offer the council of ministers "Few mackerel have been with rods "
moment for "The basic question," said Saturday taken but conditions could change Bill Kennedy, new owner of the
Over 1,000 Samples Of Material but the bear Fritz Neff of the West German over night," he said. "There's Drop Anchor Camp at Goodland,
ministry of economics, "Is 1 plenty of mackerel off shore but says snook are hitting well at certain
To Choose From I alrboat whether a highly Industrializedarea n1oltC they aren't feeding as of now." hours and that while mackerel .
I help him like the Common Market
I action has been disappointing,
I Newah was still needs heavy tariff protect HUGE HAULA a lot of reds are available. He
his neck in tlon for a period of adaptation.
giant haul of between 450 also reports numerous jewflsh
Neff's country, with a mod. and 500 pounds of grouper by a catches in the 10-pound( class.
his side, era, well equipped industry, boat out of the SportSpot was re. Blues and mackerel are probably .
mighty fond does not. But he pointed out ported by Towell The catch was the most plentiful of the game,
that some countries-meaning made In deep water (40 feet) step In the Gulf off Marco Is.
JtJ.J It Is In the France and Italy are worried far out in the Gulf Just west of lands and In the neighborhood of
P 'Glades about the competition from Gordon Pass."Schools .
a 1lUZ Caxambas, Hal Whitfleld of Ship
great American Industrial en of mackerel and Ahoy at Goodland reports. Reds
In the Ever terprlses and what would hap. bonlta are out there by the thousands are still continuing to give
Seventy-five Years Ago Nellie Bly, A Reporter For breed. This pen if a flood of foreign goods ," said Towell, "but they lers real thrills In the back wa.
; laugh easy began to arrive In their coun seem to have lock-jaw when it
ten and bottom
good for
left Hoboken, N. J., To Beat The Record Of Phileas tries. conies to taking large bait or mangrove snappers and sheeps.
Of Jules Verne' "Around The World In Eighty lures They are feeding on tremendous head is holding up In the area
Circling The Globe In 72 IN YOUR FUTURE schools of small min.Fine .
Days, 6 Minute And 11 ow.."
You Are So Minded, You Can Go Around The World .., -- -- trout catches in Horse Johnson Proclaims
And 11 Seconds, But We Doubt That You'll Find A The curfew originated in Creek and tributaries as well as
Our Naples' Or Nicer Properties For Your HOME IN BONITA SPRINGS the middle: ages from (fear of In the vicinity of Wiggins Pass, Thanksgiving Day
WISELY"r JUST SOUTH OP IMPERIAL RIVER. fire when most rifles were is reported by Tom Kappaut of
Listed By AD MILLER ASSOCIATES, Whose Record Is AT LOW TIDE TO THE GULP. 1,000 built of timber and the the Gulf Coast Fish Camp. JOHNSON CITY, Tex (AP-
But For Friendly, Expert Real Estate Service. 1100 PT. UNDER ROOF ONE YEAR house fire was usually madein Irving Sherwood of Naples President Johnson today pro.
14,900. UNFURNISHED. a hole In the middle of came back tothe Gulf Coast docks claimed Nov. 26 as Thanksgiving
HANDSOME MOORINGS BE ARRANGED. SEE PAUL OR JAKE the floor. under"opening with 13 trout and a number of Day and urged that all Ameri
RESIDENCE on Crayton in the roof through Which blues Ed Hell and Tommy cans pray on that day "that the'
this new CBS home is a beauty In It you'll/ find A, SCHMIDT REALTOR the smoke escaped. Thomas of Delaware fishing near forces of evil, violence, indif.

baths, large living room, separate dining room, P.O. Box 121 ...'......d.. .,11...'<1 Wiggins school of Pass mackerel ran I n and t o boated a wide a humanity ference, Intolerance may soon and vanish"In.
built-in electric stove, unusually spacious porch and Bonita Springs, Flo. from the earth.

conditioning A special attraction is a 16' by Johnson called on ttizens to
The gather In their homos: and their
$36,000 purchase price includes all drapes churches "to give thanks to God

LOOKING FOR A CHARMING HOME? This Is Coming Your Way for generosity His graclousness to us-to pledge and His to

overlooking the golf course, meets ell the Him our everlasting devotionto -

living space There are three bedrooms, with YOUR beseech His divine guidance
and the wisdom and strength to
off the master's bedroom, two baths, a
recognize and follow that guidance
trance hall, a large screened porch with southern Club Checks Are In The Mail ." ..
And he urged that Americans
lently appointed kitchen The house ,Is
take the
opportunity "to pray to
ditioned and there is generous storage and closet Him that the forces of evil,
i violence, Indifference, into!.
UNUSUAL THREE BEDROOM waterfront house of erance, and Inhumanity may

tion on 21st Avenue, South, in Aqualane Shores It soon vanish from the face of the
earth and that peace, reason,
living room, dining room, two tile baths, and I understanding, and good will

and oven Can be bought completely again the may reign supreme through the

player, for $32,900; unfurnished for $31,000 ) world"

outlay of $6,500 will swing it is CALL THE NEWS FOR

SEE AD MILLER to its ." -'

a 101K

on Sixth Street, South Newly decorated and '

a living room bedroom completely equipped M'ElkS

porch Among the features are central heating ,

cable, drapes and wall-to-wall carpeting Cj BY

$47.18 per month, and the monthly maintenance Check GENE

Priced at only $12,500, and owner will rent for $ f Christmas Club "LA"
:1 )

excellent condition Under its newly built-up for all r ?

living room with dining area, electric kitchen, two + "4am* people art prone

room There is a workshop to tempt the do- himself wor lu complain that fire dollar .

furniture is included In the price of $14,000, with diwitn't buy mouth
financing antibiotic to fill an out
flue thimble This In nth.
LOTS AND LOTSI Choice Aqualane Shores homesite *r .hort-.Igbtd thinking'

100' by 150' on canal I. $7,500 terms Three lots Ides In that.hould tie north.h* mei.vred of med

Estates. One is 95' by 125' the two other lots art 90' In term of rffrfl rather

Excellently situated Ridge Lakes lot at than bulk

Seventh Street just a block from the golf course.
SAVE HOW. FOR NEXT YEAR! It ass only three it-
hometite on lantern Lane, running back to eadee age for in>Ur*.
$8,003 cash Excellent terms available for three that lobar pneumonia' ass

North, In Naples Park subdivision We have other a coolly .. sell I! *. serious
1 Hove you ever stopped to think at illn**. The palwnl
around the town; also multi-family and I apesiseek

Collier County acreage A tip to the wise stop Christmas time each year, how much .f the* In time a n In.*piuL an osyftaIrM. Mme

money you'd have by having saved justa and coniiderabl
n.r.it and
few pennies a day throughout the
/ld xdee //44 the dotter acre re-
) year? Join our Christmas Club now and I ..HtrrdInrooftnwiwv.

\ be ready for next Christmas! in lie
i ,r.III..t.U.t \APLEH
i Our -all* prrKriptMOdepartment
5th Ave. .U peat awar
BANK J/; NAPLES.i sate of I immediate .U...

tine to ill year nd.. For
1305 I rrriptioa t.d .medical


MILLER HELP YOU BUY with NepUs ena* SHOP. T7I lib Aft >...
Ctll,., County since 1949 *4cs I"**** Ml, MIS.

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CO.JtH COUNTY NIWI, N.SM. .1... I"n4eyi, Ne*..... II, ,IU4VMDAY 31
wherl from $190 million to pusn the economic growth talehigh
British U.S. Tax Trails Go ewnewhal lea. than M bilUon a enough to provide the new
year, wed sere buasneeemen lobe needed to trial the etuN RKrtltluCaltll 'VlMl (MB. 4 Metriet Boy Scout
tI! one 1100 aiUUnntoMOOmUUon barely high total at anemploy. eewg 10 Community centei
t Ir to calcWating corporate t.... meal and to counter the loss of : ,
In Different DirectionsBy The British scheme ral ht old Jobs through automation and lr WlONHDATllM
,.I east |SM million a yearthroiislksjner torhniral advance JI.*i. Senior Citizens
The Idea that U
The British are raising UsM corporate and personal ahuMebOaH. Gambler Park
SAM DAWSON because sudden prosperity kM scathe tu rates and .U erlevle pour more money Into theeea.omy 2:00p.m, TennU CkaD .0ka 4in Junior Girl Scout
AP BuslneM News Analyst than it
and inotntries on Peels thlnes a* feoThe by apeoduig bier Par*.
both consumer ) Oammunlty Center build.
NEW YORK (AP) Uncle Ibe. take out through tejsea, the
Sam and John Bull on buying t spree* lid will MONDAY Mild
are taking stimulant eventually morethan
flsra) tie American taa cut propoa.al feeJor CatUeMn ri
opposite directions 0"tit' I tax Hi wn government stem from ,rflsot the Treaaur) ,den iiOO p.m M. Junior High Age
trail this Frla\ Thirteenth lots, sptH tall in reign trader rising treasuryre t n r W'1IIItUI". Club. boy AtkteHe Club pool Tourney.
thai ill Ii \ ssbllm
i mii.tIcepm""
r< 4h liKtl'tdual and
< *ipt ant ,
klllfla ) v Senior Csttsea Center
r I" 'Ill'' \ p.m CoMbntty building
For the Brlttsl ''oll i simiei' ar' 1twnd I l ( all:i "mo exI.e I II.
II ant! .''.. is taliiui vI atol'\ corporate ti msa tom recae SoUncle ? ...miivtoard. cambter Part.4tOO 7ilC ,.. Adult tennis Hans.Cambsef .
-clipper MM pow to i..i feel ee aid t-uninf others, and! allowing -
lam wealthier salmore
levies 1 siring excise levies on a number p.m Children' begin. Park.
some sales taxes and on business firms to takeiwedltM
axed the retail sales a enerous tennis' smbler Park
n Koiids ( at Her \
will t I"
high i biaiket Incomes runlu t. rteirnclalloii all.''' THURSDAY
Now the government mon
tased att'
level l and mis >n none
<'Jn Interested in Seeing the econo. antes d"i IU, purposes, atetteplats Ti'5' PAY Y00 pjn. Jaybeee meeting
,. .' unrr \ 'd III'U.'n The Idea
But l f"l many American p|, '' ''II'I\ ,.,le, in making nnorpand than In 1 taxing! ton.liuner .u Iii,' i'>i' of the llt : t i i, .1 1 mm"1 1.1,1I.,!i tennis i lass munHy Center building
i' i KMM r .
pers there u@ pr muses "I>f 1.1' tax the In inn\ K t .'n(ievR. Mill I u"i ithr 'I." it,
The (ederalliuome
.1.i ,', i I' i t't' siuner,
cuts in i number of ilt'ins u '' i uper I ''\,IMI\ k .f( 111\ ,'MH' l I" I',. Sit''n'I', rlllling FRIDAY
t L 1 1 t k r'? re i w.nmm, > rut earlier this >liT nas tlmu> ,, 8i30! Ladles tennis class
tores Aid fen niii A 111-11 I' lat.- m m 11 INeil's' a
I' a 1 II ks I IP tWl I.I I.
lat i I' t i null
H' II'Z.! It. '.J..., t I \> 'r in ItS s ""ei \"rrt'a
: busts ss firms It.if s ils Rerr.atl! ;art) tee Park
:i.\l1Ii\ ( Telephoto :.>\el 'III' 'Ie In i t,1 fci' ,t'ni l i'I\i I
= ".. "" NEA ; of muit I.JS1' I'. rHi l proposal ctHirtged buslnest. to expand ,,.c /b ?" I, oar: Jt .en. t'L' J pct Senior citizens
MOON, AIIOY-Pilot! A. Walker takes till! further( reUx.il .II bawling 8r:AIJ:d. Bowl
Joseph the controls ., ,tt i\t> sunnam'- TU hump" is tiiii all this will the "nuiunt t 11"i! cents
of the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle for its first test rules
flight! at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif The machine will\
be used to study operational procedures Involved in a lunar
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Monday Night Event

It'I r

Council Director Coming For g., ,, .

Girl Scouts Parents' Night V e ,r n.lVM

Mrs :A.M. MeElyea, executive be explained by Mrs Mi,:Etyea
director of the Gulf Coast Girl The Gulf Coast Coum.ll now extends .
Scout Council vlll be the tea. over seven counties fr m
hired speaker Monday eveningat Manatee to Collier with Naples
the Naples Girl Scouts first designated as Nelghboit'"
annual Parents Night In theScout including troops from Bonita
House at Gambler Park. Spring to Everglades City

The program, which will begin "Girls Make The D1 erenc.",
at 7:30, has been designed to a program of slides narrated
acquaint parents with the "new by Pam Coe, Naples Senior Girl q
look" in both national and local
Scout, Including picture af local I Ilrpl
Scouting. Scout activities, will highlight the '
Mrs. ilcClyea, whose head
quarters are In Sarasota, will be program. SZm
accompanied by area field ad. Mrs E.W Tlmberlake, Neigh. ,
visors, Mrs. Edward Mattson borhood chairman, whop, and Mrs. Dorothy ralrclough. that the program will be both >>r'
Naples has been a member of brief and Informal, stated"This I r re rl rt
the Gulf Coast Council for two 1* a special meeting for special
years, before that operating as a"Ion. people. Scouting is a family
." troop. The many oppor. affair, and through meeting like
tunltlea which have opened up to this parents learn to more fully Na
local Scout through! affiliation share their daughters' enthu. ,
with the National program, will sham for the Scout program."

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LET'S GROw Together +



WENDED P. PETERSON, New Owner 1 'e I ,' I
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Regardless of the condition ;

110, of your lawn your ; .
best bet right now n to 0 '0',
annual Gross for
,"; tow Rye
..,., a beautiful green lawn i 'H'I., \ ___
all winter. But mode a
mental note that two r, t 1m

thingi mutt be remem itJt.Lf" -., .. ,
,Iqf y-, ltl'i beredl One -. Rye Gross
needs a lot of fertilizer )
It can't be planted andforgotten.
TwoRye Gran mUll be cut regularly 1r

.. during the winter or it will ihode out permanent ,.,.",;. M
gran. Die a thorp mower, a dull, one putts up the
tender rood.
If ...
IF YOUR LAWN IS GREEN NOW, inter plan, ,t;,,:'. '" ,d;

with Rye as loon as cool weather starts, using fJ'"J"

5 pounds of Rye Grass seed to each 1 100 tq ft : \ I
of lawn Once established, feed with a good '
quality fertilizer We have it in various analysisin ; "" "'"
,'''$;I. .
both pellet or granular form Choose one If.1it I t tI

from our complete selection We'll be happyto .,""" ; I, j

counsel; you regarding your particular lawn > h

end fertilizer .. ,

need.Tr theflibr: ? u

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YOUR LAWN IS RAGGED, and you wont qtk behind
green gran and the eitablnhment of a permanent With f... Illd I abate! r ore ;114' ii" ai 1'..4 tU> arnlte rigs

lawn.,h.r"1 the procedure Rake all bare spots, airplanes aud air r"'muo" 111..1' I, /Irs. I rime I IIltO "' <.111'< American
pull the larger weedi then tow a mutvre ((5
pounds each fof every '1000 iq f,.) of If olio* Rye fl l.n.I f'utpaatron: are Ie 1'IOI'I"hlll/C i / tll/llJrrn day miracle
and Argentine Bahio, Peniocoia Jahle or Carpet NGran.
After the Rye dies out, yov'II have a permanent Florida, today' t his man It Rrsduate

lawn Keep the seeded areas moist while : of ; and vattmprricm

IF the YOU young HAVE plants A NEWLY are getting SPRIGGED defied LAWN, iMer- mil:: : :'ac ean engineer* enable, him 1 year II* urn lh. drams of

spore with Rye at the rote of a.8 pevno'i per : Inui scabby. Me Ii 'lielpta, to develop
1000 tq ft. The Rye grows qwwkly wed give o '
green thaw while the sprigged 'low ipteWi 1M masitt plan for Cult American second Ilterida
lowly during the winterIF ..
rUrMa GM,
IJ rued mice. irom Naples, MI the 'atfJOlna|
YOU HAVE NO LAWN AT AU ed weMl tosave toram."tt (KjUlfn one.

work and money, tow Rye of Mke roe ef. M. years ago he7'-Hin B hn.l, i the Mra' ir planned Cape Cotal. Flurlda'. Watetfiwil Wonderland
'.10 pounds per 1000 10 ft, od wtIit HI' werew.nek. ,
.. M ..... i. ....... n.nnnn..r taws Other are taking up where he in.II. tr.n..wAIe his blueprints into the reads, "Ittr"a,..

homes. 'factories center. gild playfrounda' of Amerka'i mat talked about new community
Our regular fall' price on Rye sad it only 9c shopping

per pound, or $815 per 100 pound And MatJd )jujt IS toad .....k. southwest of Fort Myers 0 There are om S.JOO "Men Behind th. MlrKle"at

don't forget, now's the time to plant thoM literally Betiding Nero Rand' 'h' a ttUtf rwurrw
Gulf Amerw an Land C-orporiiR-
bulbs and we',. got a complete selection jf


This Is the spot to walls for news and Information

on gardening In Naples, and this Is GULF AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION

the spot to buy those1 gardening materials .
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1, i 4fi COUIH COUNTY Newt N.,)w. f\t, SUM!.y. llaf..lw If IW4 cows graslnf freely on alpine. I

I I pastvres hive. become priced ob- l Our Wi1Iri ,, .. :*i/iJ1> >,Yo''<" "')>,r w;<,. ij4J ;'
du fag f ;r
)sets of .lIIr hunters.
COW BILLS The cross of the tomb of for
r AND GRAVE CROMM8ALZBURQ met Saltburg AreMMshop Wolf Last fall three young Germans

AMtrlt CAP) Dietrich, under whom most ofSaldlurl' were Jailed for three days for I
I' cowbells.
Baroque stealing NATURE
f ovventr hwntere" here ere no, landmark
lonpr eatiefled wtth cow bells; were built, was recently stolen Police Mid the person who
they no* aiM Mitch gravecrosses. from Sebastlen Graveyard lie.... stole the cross has so fir not By Asns LaBMtHU Bewe* ,
In recent years the bells of been found.


A November day can be the sharp ear cantbodistingutshbe.
GOOD INCOME AND LIVING TOO! dreariest, moat depreeetag tlmi I I tween the black.capped and
of year-indoors. But, outside brown-capped chickadees the
In warm clothe and piper foot red-breasted and whlte-breasted
(ear. even the worst. of days can nuthatches. On sunny days, pur
"f"i ::" provide a enjoyment of the i I pie finches may warble in the
I : North Country. spruce tops or late flock of gold.
b"" I .: On damp, foggy afternoons finch may trill past.NOVEMBER .
: 't: """t
woods are absolutely still. Their
I J. ; newly.fallen blanket of dun.colo..d TONES
i leaves muffles the stepsof When the sun II out on I NO\
,.. men and animals only the Irascible ember day, the woods are beaut). + Jut
chipmunks manage to, ful In a refined, sober tuhton.e r
.. ... raise a rustle. they flirt The hills are as slvery.grey u t t
... //t III. a 4aI the leaves and roots. You stop to the hair on a delicate old lady.
T.. ... listen and there's nothing A No. The evergreens make dark dots
r.- I 1< thing so big that one Imagines which contrast like beauty marks
I. I? there never was I S rln,. on pale skin. At setting sun,hills
I' The ferns are still vivid green turn mauve purple lies In the
....:. ..... \ .. "" '.J. and a few tawny beech leaves valleys. Lavender mist rises LIKE ICEBERGS Standing ,m a broad plain/ oi ," twitch on silvery branches If a from the swamps. Sunsets are mud cones like iceberg tend urthci 1 below the ground than above Contrasting this
.' .f/""' breath of b..ze Itlrs.the beech vivid orange and usher in early, oddity of nature is the en:w 'wing the! Rio :/ulia: pipeline across Colombia to the Carib--
trees sound like cold nights. bean
sly fawns
.... .. creep. _
A : > Ing through the woods. Ascarletor Then, It Is that the stars are at
', 40, lemon-orange fungus may their best. No leaves, no moon, '1 '
brighten a fallen log. The basic no glow off snow. Only naked ij'iip e
colors, however,are dun,somber branches between you and the sky
MZ/1 I green and grey. Orion, the Great Hunter mounts
!Ji higher each night and the PI...
'. SHEER POETRY ides are very bright The stars
Even the lakes are grey. Nota to crackle
seem : with their bright
A Real Interest.rig Buy duck, grebe, loon or merganser ness and there Is nothing to com
fractures the
surface Trout are pet. with them. No geese winging
sulking, too sluggish to break. over them, no Northern
At Only $29,900; But. watcbl Asllkeprlppleoutln nothing. ., r F
the center may be an otter head.
Only by chance the weird hoot.
This handsome building contains. Art, .1100 square root two bed. The young Families are grown now, and log of a barred owl breaks the si.
room owner's quarters and two one bedroom apartments. They playful are. breaking lance He's echoed by another, 1 e'f'P
up, member.ovfnc.
nra completely furnished. Only one 'year old this CBS constructed through the icy sheet like They small over in the hill, and yet a third off
income producing home has large bedrooms separate dining room porpoises. Their noses sniff the a tamarack swamp Their
laughter shivers
in the owner's quarters and a 10' X 34' porch. Besides a two ton air, they hunch and dive, their gad air and brings through a chuckle the from frt.
reverse cycle Air Conditioning unit, a GE built-in stove and GE tails rolling in sinuous cun... those who bother to listen to. a
13' cu. ft. refrigerator goes with the package. Square feet in the Otter movement Is sheer poetry November night.County.
entire deal is 2075. The lawn has a complete sprinkler system. in motion.
Now one catches a fish In the
Jor an appointment call cold, dark depths of the lake He INVITES YOU ; 't.JT
t I surfaces. You hear the Iti
crunch of : .s : \ f 'r (
I daggerJlke teeth, seethe frantic agenda for Tuesday's s
flick of a tail. The otter heads for 'i t
meeting of the County Commis.lion To Visit the Most
a rock, slides up like a seal, and will be as follower
REALTOR munches down the fish Wily predators 8:30 am. Approval of board lv' 'L I Complete Floor Covering ,
JOHN WOOD Indeed; but the very es. minutes. .

and associatesChock dam sence are of portrayed animal grace by the and otters free engineer.8:4 a.m. Report of county : 1" Display in Southwest Florida

Back In the woods, a blue Jay 8.43 a.m. Atty. John Emerson ,
bells, followed by an irritated red
petition re closing of Van.
Grimm Neil White John Vaughn squirrel. These sounds are derbllt Beach
strangely loud against the void. 7l
a m. Report of county e a if
November is a good time to learn health and welfare. + se 1 i< t
630 Fifth Ave., So. ph. MI 2-5339 the multitude of calls our blue. IdtJO a.m. Presentation of t

feathered friends can perform. Avu'tt plats Units 8, 9, 10, 11 A 12, dies
Marco Beach. 'y d. toagays 1
10:43 a.m. Engineer Bruce I
Green presentation of plat."Ga- .
tar Estates', Section 6,Twp SIB( ry v w r" t +e T
Range ESE NE'11:00 '/..
a.m. Bid opening on new
iH 3t 3Hhe cars.
11:30 a.m. Presentation of
plats, 41 units, Golden Gate Es.
Final; Approve and pay bills.
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The Moorings offers all the advantages, services, and benefits of the City

of Naples, while preserving the charm end dignity of suburban living.

You will discover the many charms of The Moorings when you drive

through this thoughtfully planned and executed .
perfectly comrrtunity
Thrre' no fine print to this (guarantee! Your eat injC" are' inournl at Naples Federal
Paved, gracefully curving Itreets lead you past beautifully landscaped park. by tile Federal l Slings and Loan. In uranre CorMiratinn.| Not one penny has e\er been

ways, attractive homes situated on spacious homesltes with abundant natural l IUIII in the tbirt! )-year history of federal-cltartered casings( and loan **cx-iationn.
vegetat.on: Inland waterways only minutes from the Gulf through the jetties

of Doctor's Pass a lovely beach owned by the property owners of The
Moorings, and a gorgeous golf coarse to add to the beauty of the entire Withdraw your ratings: from :Naples Federal nhenrtrr )oar desire in person or by
communiTy.Drive mail. .Vnd you may \\it surprised at how much more )nu'\e eased than )OU dad lliouglit.;

out today and see the many advantages The Moorings offers. Sating account at Naples Federal hate a May of growing.. Why? Herau your casings

Then visit The Moorings office on the North Tamieml Trail at the corner "ork. for you collecting; earnings: compounded tv irc yearly. .And, incidentally you

of Harbour Drive to get full Information on how YOU can tie YOUR futureto lute a good: feeling, knowing. that nlule your swings had been nerking. for you it lu
The Moorings of' Naples! also \been working for the betterment of Collier (xiunly contributing. to the economy
and groMlli of tin area.

YOII .re it .:d= make a difference liere )oar rave!

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[FJ! ORT ROYAL offer to ac- Donald E, Nick, AIA Naples. tilling room. fully equipped pllince. Stove, Disposal, Automatic v II I 'P11'' purchaser, nineJSi William Wallace Zimmerman: deneral Electric kitchen, two Dishwasher, IS.8 cubic ripped with limestone i rock. nine home will be corn
H l architect designed home AIA car garage, and abundant storage foot Froitguard Refrigerator- Three typical floor plant art plated and many of th.mlld
l.rAateFEATURE8 which shown below and front iteration before the end of December
at our exact rnst. Custom builtto COMMON .p.... Freezer never require
. highest specification by TO ALL NINE RESIDENCES Each I, hums hit white oak defrosting of the nine residences. This I I. truly in opportunity hat
Wigg &: Mule, Contractor. (Including membership suet floors throughout, except These home are built two Call .t the Port Royal' office, will never rome tgiln PORTROYAL
: and kitchen whomtile feet above the crown of the King Town and Fort Chart INC f. 0 Box 1M,
It would coat you $10.000 more In Port Royal Beach ( lubi. in I bathrooms
road. base. Drive, for Illustrated folder with NapleiTVlorlda. Telephone Mid.
than our to duplicate anyone Fact prospective owner must and vinyl are used Each Driveway are stone .
of the price nine residence b* accepted by the membership home I I. centrilly conditioned asphalt sealed and topped then ill details, price* ete, of the wy | Mil.
The architect who designedand committee of the Port Royal' and heated braD over.ill* I ton finished with Alabama river residences If you desire, Wt will
are supervising the completton Beach Club unit. grsvel. stew the residences to you
of the homes arc Henry K Each home contains three bed. Kitchen are equipped with The shoreline of each property while they are building 14 that .
: ,Harding, AIA. Palm Peach; room!, living rcwmv.tp rte (, the fillet General Electric ip- which face on wide and deep .., J'OQ"J1Iar sus their .luperkr. eon. i..J 'I t 4L." ...
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Where ,, J 1 MISS DEB .1.tE'MS'' ,OF!' INTEREST: 'YOUN.GF"E. : )[J\L'E\

When all has gone with frlendl
And I know that I y f People link
I turn to God but
In the forest, or by Longer a Secret from Teens
Yes by the tea, I
There! He stands t
The Bible can help !' t I .. that d. things cer 1' ow UT 41J1
To everyone even rent of the } stifl
I 1 '! they knew the I
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if I IA /! : : clear which
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to live advice
10 Ytin' finances, 57
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Residential / Beaver Fall,
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Commercial ; Another 16-
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design and can
some teens Others vow not to
( on furnish get married-too| xpen\ lve|

Eddie Curt 17, of New Hyde handle the nnanc,.." Elisabeth
t felt thev ,Park, N.\? made this discovery: Ryker, if, of Hatches, Miss.,
i "Don't get married It'. too eipeaslve. cam up with a list of things
; was Charles ." she will do when married,"Have
N.J., whose
The best thing Dottle Nlsonger, family council, starilnf when
many others. ,,17. of Falrborn, Ohio, learned the child Is around I years old
of my bust- was "to plan your expensea way do not spend unnecMsarttyi! keep,
." In all, 29 I ahead" Nancy McClure, a It.yearold an exact account of ill eipendU
; said from Oklahoma City,,tures; and don't make foolish
lobs worried 'has (derided\ to "let my husband Investments." '
until they are -

)) a learning glimpse I I|There's Nothing Like It In NpU .: .
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'* back A New Community of Cooperative
H-year-old I Garden Apartments for
;i of Salt! Lake AdiiUf
a this observe- Only-Prices Start at '1, OO
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forget hi. ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH ITtllT.
will his OPEN DAILY 10 A M TO NOON -

their disengaged etitinn 110/PM 1 .

O :t a number managing down of a rid ?Itittue44 d4te4

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I Now Open Join Now

A Merry Christmas in 1965

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I SOc per week pays in SOIf..h $25

$1.00 per week pays in 50 weeks $50
Come to
$2.00 per week pays in 50 weeks .... $100

each one is $5.00 per week pays in 50 weeks $250

ELECTRIC $10.00 per wish pays in SO weeks $500


1 Yourself f.r Christmas Shopping+

opens at A surprise" gift fejr a relative. or friend

To pay ywr IHS Heal Estate Tens
many beautiful
pliance will be I
texal I dealer*. Clubs started. MOW wl
receive; their checks w November, 1965

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'. ...... A 100 Years werod- by wtrel "DUpetch re.cl mandere ebouM Order MIl en.,COLLIM COUNTY NIWI, N.,!M. IN.*.. ....4.,. November. I II I 564 71
AgoMirch .. .. devastation more lees ..
d all right." The me*. force a or I
g sage went off and immediately relentless, according to the.....
Tips OnBoating Naples afterward the telegraph line was sure of such hostility. ."
To Sea c& Sherman was on his own. description written ,..ral.r, Brawn's soul goes marchteg on;"
Flotilla, I Begins Before leaving the Federals follower MM men caught up the strain,
PREPARATIONS turned to the) destruction of At. and never before or since haveI
I USCGA Sherman had Issued orders lanta. The first were set SII MAN'S WORDS beard the. chorus of "Glory.
on tfc e 8th and 9th to prepare November. U, and for four days "Behind u. I a y Atlanta, fly, heUetMJahl". done with
With Atlanta BurningBY far the march. "The army" they continued ooMwntngbridges smoulderlsg and In ruins, the more spirit or m better harmony
Ventilation It Important In the before starting engines, espec. be wrote "will forage liberally depots, warehouses, black smoke rising high In air of time and place"
elimination of firs risks aboard tally after' fueling or after the at lie country ." Soldiers cotton bales, stables, factories, and hanging like a pall over tilt Next weeks Georgia ransacked.
t boat; not merely ventilation )oat has been closed up and tin. foundries stores, public build. ruined city. Away oft In the
the cabin, but LON K. SAVAGE tweed his bacE on hU enemy were not to enter private dwel. .. "
in particularly in lied for several days. Lugs "everything habitable, distance on the UcDonougn road,
Gee William Tecumseh SlIer. the Confederate army of Geo. lags but may. ...gatherturnlppohboes
bilge, engine and tank
spacesEach one Ftdenlotflcerwrot..1IomM was the rear of (Gen. O.OJ How.
should be man set out on one of the moet John B. Hood who then was and. other vegetables and MOflt YUAM UAIS> 00TXHRISTS
topped with a -- were not supposed to be burned art' column, the barrel
gun Iloa10A'/ vMH.t
cowl rentUator head and arrant.ad Ventilation of lockers,drawers famous military campaigns In marching toward Tennessee; and their drive"In stock In sight of but scores of them went Up In glistening In the sun, the white RI11IRN M ANOTHCR VISIT I
to work In pain, ont turned and other small spaces Is also history 100 years ago this weeka Sherman cut off communications camp smoke, and on the night of November topped wagons stretching awayto
.. ( 'lIIIftllcI'OIIOeor.IU. with the North and severed his Foragers were to move to
forward and one turned aft, to Important especially plates con. 14, Sherman, himself re. the south | and right. before
'b' to the Sea own supply line so that his army the sides of the army to drive
OA Atlanta
create a constant now taming such
of air. things aalmn1ni ported the 'Iteart of the city us, tilt Fourteenth Corps march
wttn distraction u his could live off the fat of Georgia. !. livestock and bring In food.
Natural circulation Is more ef. rags, paint, ett.,wtlcft us poa.slble Ij1aA{ was In names all night." lag steadily and rapidly, with a
Never had a campaign broken I i staffs, and corps commanderswere
In boats purport*
fectlv at source* of
moorings or look and
cheery swinging **
Sherman, rules of war. entrusted "the to Next morning, November II.Sh.rwu' ,
anchors, which usually lie head combustloa. dood ,V WHO WJDOO men so many power thousand
afternoon' of No. set out In two that mad light of the
wanted tp''vii* OmorfU howl"sad b was early destroy mills, houses, cotton army
wind than in
boats the Number the
mooredin en and
;P19- ember 12 1M4 when Sherman glee etc." columns for MW evUl,,Sa..... mile that lay between us
flips or to piers, which should sloo, mildew, sod of rd. to eft* flt tbs prodacttvtiy Richmond.
cowls of lbs Ut tosiiUwUsd bulb severed his connection with his Should the residents of anus nan and the Sea. Sherman left
the A
turned service
bane so as to svaJiiplsomen bait-
be effective In the in toe tile men ClIO MM tot Cocfmtorattarale fellow Northerners. Receiving a manifest local hostility," Sherman on the 16th, and he pauae* out. ''tiom, band b y accident,
preva.l11ncwind' courtesy liurpeciiip NtplHtreftu gtvefl py Ma *. tn io aofef. Sherman> dispatch from Nashville, he an., wrote, "then army com. side Atlanta to look back, ins struck up the anthem of 'John

Cautious Skippers will pete plea riotnu d the DJ. CoastGuard -'-
their noses in engine compute Aurlllarf t vottmtfjar or.
mants and take a good sniff canlcailoa of boatmen who aid the
Coast Ouard la Its dudes four
local nna win auk a (Me with
you at your reQuest tad Inspect\
Council AgendaThe your craft thoroughly for com.pllance .
with all tile offlctaj: safety
agenda for Wednesday's and other equipment require*
meeting of City Council meat, and wttn sane recom.mendatlons Rutenberg Hornet
whlct go further than Mr. Arthur Rutenb rg
I 1. Call to order and Invoca.tlon. the actual law President

U she passes muster, they'll
S Reading of minutes of pre. give you a sticker to prove II, Dear Mr. Rutenberg:
vious meetings. which may save an official visit
S- Reportsia. from the regular Coast Guard
City attorney re measure later on. If she U deficient la We didn't have a worry from the time we
ment of distance for sale of alcoholic
any respect they'll list the hint
the dotted line until we
our name on
beverages near church and
you should do to bring ber up to
schools.b. standard, so thai U you get u moved into our Rutenberg Home The association -
Advertising and promotion official Cull Guard inspection M1t
program. shell pass u. Teen" no charge developed with the Rutenberg people
c. Professor Bartley's reporton and no One U anything U found
proposed revised toning or. lacking. during this time was one of the finest I've -
4. Old business ever had! Everything was handled by your VL1 L' 'vVW.
a. Ordinance re. retonlng of
DICCIST BOAT wow people efficiently and congenially, from
lots 1, t and S, Block S, Tier
8, from "F" Multiple Dwelling LONDON UP) Fame Court. eeleoting the home and finding the lot to final
District, to "I-a" Neighborhood London, claim die ,la>|tit boat
Shopping. how In the wald will open In closing In fact they did all our worrying
b. Proposed layout use and its great hall Jan. 6.
landscaping of south half of Cam. The exhibition is aaidto have for us. We signed for our home within a week
bier Park.S both the largest tool area used
New business at a boat show and (he largest and found our waterfront lot in three days

a. Renewal of Lowdermllk number of boats. RUTENBERG[ HOMES
once fell down on
The Rutenberg people never
Park Cabana Lease.b. Tanks of water will float boats
New occupational license and some of the tanks are larse the promises or scheduled completipn dates
classification request for home enough for simulated surf.
draft beer dispensers.c. The ahow will last 10 daya
Seawall permits.d. and is expected to draw exhibitors As a retired General Motors man loan THE HOME YOU WANT
Correspondence end buyer from overuse
8. Adjourn. ai well aa from Britain. appreciate this efficiency, as I lived with

it for many years. I was also pleased to find

that everything promised was done and WHERE YOU WANT IT I!

C. nndte C. (A/inn, 'Jeea/'or done right the first time

PresentsIn We love our home the Laurel the lot your

salesman found for us makes it Just perfect.
Ridge LakesIn

We have the home we want right wherewe
want itl t ,
M 'I. Kindest regards ,

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In the very desirable centrally located Ridge

Lakes area a custom built, beautifully des

signed home with quite special and expensive 4

details creating a lovely quality home.

The kitchen and laundry are completely

equipped with the finest appliances. The

grounds are lavishly landscaped and the

drapes and rugs are included in the very special .

price of only U6, OO, '

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w ."r" : THE 1AUIII The living room and. the dmmg 3* provide. yew with a ipociaut ere. fb: t',imfortob'e' ..10.ottor

a 4t'' for entertaining, and for formal dming' The owtdcort ion' be port of' each of these octintit because of' the 15 'foot
wctl ...
I'T i I :0-,; I tiding gloti woll to the patio l.erydoy insole can be enjoyed ,in he( bright .,'c"olld notice the entrance to the

A hoses has become available ,U the ....."".. Ocean* ./ wfiliry' and itorgoe garage, elwoyi' o convenience loth of th* bedroom hove /lorg walk-to tioMtt, the kind yon

view addition, just tO' from the beach sad 4acvnt] need for efficient end orderly 'Ioro;.. This home ho, to decorator both, one cnir.Nied fer /family'guest we, the

le the beautiful! Pert Royal bear*' Tale eewlWtaJkle.attractlv other a pan of the ow"e'' suite
.hems has three (I) 110.4,.... |w* (I) laths

s Mall, des. enclowd garage. accused. pack sad
teatral kratlig. Te find a _* U Ikl loratlon for VISIT m KUJIHBUG MODEL HOMU..mi's AH AND 4 BEDROOM, 2 01 HIH MODEL

i: ,S//." la| Iftdc4 a rarity. PRICED FOR rOUt A DESIGN TO SUIT/ YOUR flKlQHAllir AND A 11001 PLAN THAT Will SATISFY


Beautiful high lot in Port Royal on CuldeSacat

end of Spy Glass Lane with a lovely I view

of the wide waterway and so placed to tab

advantage of our wonderful sunsets. Beach
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club membership subject to board approval. ,

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Sere's FUetawant a ,lid mine fee eely "',000 for' aaresueratow -

eaperiuthnd wbe waa4e a.* lmme laU.eejrtypie' i

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flue rHertee. This Ie i a aarrtfice sole bf .WMt'. '
operator Tbs I* aa .ft1Ie..t. oport.*.M*. UfIOO e
North from N'aptu on

web dews pajrm iii fti VS. RtDt.. 41> At 1220

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L d Its OOIUH.. COUNTY NEWS, N.,.., Fl.. Su...... ......*.. '. ,IH4Counfy 4. Twp 51, Rge 36, $304001, .
MeUleuoe Core., to 1 L. LeBroH
Ajnsnder, Tr., Naples pared -
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On The tlt.OOO l George L. Ford et ,
Realty .I. to AMa L, and Mildred
II B. Resale Columbus,Ga., parcel -
In See 98, Twp 51, Rge
p$, $$,000, PWMpBekst tojaniM -
Up-Beat $912,145County V, and Georgians L. Cu-
trone Meriden. Com., parcel
in Sec 6, Twp 61, Rge 32. $1.
real eittto transactions 16, Gulf Harbor Sub'd., $1,000| 300, The Webb Properties,Inc.,
to the processing period Marton C. McKlnley to Percyand to Damon P. and Marjorie J.
ending November 18,continuing Shirley M. Brown Immo Boyer, et al, Pompano Beach
on en upward swlrg reaohed l kalee Lot 148. Unit 2. Isles parcel In Sec 7, Twp 51, Rge
(912448. The total for thefirst of Capri, $8.BOO| Vanner M. 84 $4,800.
two weeks of November$1,5O'J.B8T. Bloomberg to George andRopia Collier Land! and Title Co.,
tl E. Scudmore Muncie, Ind., Lot to Vito and Stella Arato Detroit -
The top deal of the current J34 Unit 2, Isles of Capri Mich., parcel In Sec 9, r4
period wubyNmhonyRosbough! : $3,000 Loach Inc.,to D.Rich Twp 62, Rge 30, $6,000 Tropic
to AJR Chapman of Wauchula ard and Diane S. Hall. Haw Sun Estates Inc., to Ruth M.
for parcels in Sections: 8 and Orleans La.. Lot 639, Unit 3. DuBrule, et al, Chicago par-
17, Township, Range 29. Isles of Capri $4,000. cel In Sec 38, Twp 52, Rge
The tale price wu $376,000. Gerhard R. Guider to Rfcl 32. $1,000, Sun Estates Inc.,
Other sales of l,000orover ard E. Eben Bonita Springs to Oreste C. Plattonl Chicago :'
with values taken from tax Lot 20. Blk C. Unit 1, Little parcel In Sec 36. Twp 52,
stamps on recorded deeds Included Hickory Shores $10.000 Mir Rge 32, $1,000| Sun Estates
the following co Highlands, Inc.. n Louis Inc, to Anthony A. Rosslgnuo- 4 4r
Richard D. Hodges to AlfredA. H, and Margaret M. On, Buffalo b, Chicago parcel In Sec 36,
and Dorothy E. McLcnon N.Y. Lot 18, Blk! 4, Mar. Twp 52, Rge 32, $1.000; Sun
Naples Lots 17 and 18. Bft: co Highlands, Sub'd., $2,500| Estates, lnc:.,toCletusF.Keen N. h t, s.a
9. Tier 8, Naples, $26.000| Virgil Marcum to Charles C. et al. Chicago parcel In Sec ,
t Annie/ $eU Miller to S. H. and Anderson, NaplesJLcM 4 .end 86, Twp 52. Rge 32, Jl.OOO, 'viN + 1 ,
Ethel M.ftemmerNaplesLots. 7, Blk 6, Naples Better Hovers Sun Estates, Inc., toNunzlRalmondl :
I 19 and 20. BQt 19. Tier 4, Na- 1st Add'n.. $7,900|Patrick Ue, !! Chicago parcel in Sec iis
plea. $18.0001 Hilda A. Occhlnzzo Grotty to Uhlan B. Block, Mt-{ 36, Twp 82, Rge 32, $3,800,
to Fred H,ipd Ruth Wood ami Beach Lots 1 through 40, Bernard (Classen to Frank Kuna Is i b un i
ward, Ft. Oevens.Mass.,tot 7, Blk 51, Newmarket Sub'l. $10, Veto Beach parcel in Sec 21, 1
Blk A. Unit 2. Coquina Sands, 000 Sorrento Garden. Inc..M Twp 62. Rge 33, $1.000.
$3B50 Automatic Retailers ofAmerica John R. and Peggy J. JI.trw, : :
Inc., to Pon Royal Naples Lot 1. Blk H, Unit 8, ,' ,
j1 toe, Naples Lot 41 and Nl/ Sorrento Gardens $2.800.COUNTY ,
Lot 42, Galleon Drive Pen Plays Football, "
Royal $16,600, RosaG.Parker r V
to Paul R. Steinmann, Miami, Byron C. Royals ,ft AA Trombone Swims
Lots 8 and 4, Industrial Addn Chapman. Wauchula. parcel In ,
$S.OOO William B. Stone Inc.. Sec 8, Twp 46, Rge 39,$40,0001 0
to Jack L. and Rebecca Hamilton Howard Curry to Margaret sot $thou| ; Fingers
Naples Lot 18. Blk I I. Myron Freeberg,et al,Mljinea*
Lake Forest 12.000 Orange polls, Minn., parcel lo See 31. JLMWOOD PARK Bl. (AP)
Blossom Realty Corp, to Dur- Twp 48, Rge 26ta.UfltCttor.| '/ Pfuee Goncou dances and
.*WlSM, slays the trombone
ger" King Properties, Inc., Miami. Dev. Corp., to Collisi Cofcttf .*k f model cars and planes a
Lots 1 end 3, BlkD, Lake Motors Inc.. Naples, parcel Be :Is a rtard on the Elmwood
Park, $40,000. In Sec 21.Twp 49, Rge 26, $18 Park Hlfh School freshman ;
OOOi Gabriel H. Luff, et al, football team, and h. plans to
,t I MOORINGS to ion Popenfoose Syracuse tqr out for baskttball.
The Brent Corp., to Doug Ind., parcel In Sec 1, Twp 80. Bruce, 14, Is a typical boy ex.
tl las and Mercy Bathey Naples Rge 26, l,800t, Gabriel H.Luff, cent he has no fingers and has
I parcel In Lots fi and 6, BlkS. et al, to George and Margin* only one toe on each foot. The
Unit 16,The Moorings $31. Ita Morris N. Miami Beach only thine he can't do, hi. moth.
er says, Is tie his shoelaces
I 300] Sophia M. McAullffe to parcel in Sec 1, Twp 60, Rge ''JI'. very important to contln.ue .
I W.H. and Cleone Banning Naples 26, $1,900| Spar Corp: to your education and try these
pan Lot 10 and pan Lot Claude and Alice Hunter Naples different things" Bruce said.
I 11. Blk E, Bad Axe Sub'd $12 parcel in Sec 23, Twp "You've cot to at least try"
100 The L & L Corp., to Star- 60, Rge 26, $11,000, Boner Bruce, who was born handl.
I ling A. and Geneva A. Starr Corp.. to Corinne Rich Miami capped began his education at
Naples Lot 1. Blk 8, Burdale. Beach parcel in See 17. the Luther Burbank School for
$10.000) Alben Levine to Hen- Twp 60. Rge 31, $1,200, Fla. Handicapped Children In Chlci.to. '
ry W. and Delores J. Krehllng! Land of Sun, Inc., to Nelson After three years his par.
Naples Lot 30, Blk C, Unit 3, 0, and Mary Howarth Spring ants transferred him to Rhodes 1i1A.
School a regular public schoolIn
Coconut Grove $12,000| EllaE. field ni., parcel In See 13, River Grove a suburb of Chi.
Thomas to Gulf American Twp 60. Rge 33. $1,408. Oe0.ID.
Land Corp., Miami, Tract 76, Calusa Acreage Corp.,to Roy the fourth trade Bruce be. I .
.Unit 3, Golden Gate Estates N. and Lee Christiansen, Chi gas playing the elide trombone.
4300. cago parcel in Sec 19, Twp 60, lie manipulates It with his
Gulf American Land Corp., Rge 34. $1,300, Harry A. Simons wrists and now Is a member of
to Fred W. and Albenlne A. to Samuel L, and Ruth the Elmwood Park High band.
\ Winter Bt. Louis Mo., Tract Greenfield Lower Merloa,Pa., "Bruce Is very strongly deter.
\ 47 and 48, Unit 48. Golden parcel In Sec 21, Twp 60., figs mined to do things," his moth.
Gate Estates $11,00 er tire. Raymond E. Gondola,
34, $2,200 Melaleuca Corp.. said. "And he always finds a
Harbor Corp.. to Tonnle and to Richard G. and Edith G.
H Beck.Evergltdej.Lot Benedict Naples parcel In Sec way."When he was three years
i old," she said, "we dropped a
,penny on the floor to see wheth.er .
REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES he would pick It up. He stood
there for a few minutes, then
moistened his hands and pickedIt
Motel. up."
Bruce Is the oldest of four
Rentals Acreage
boys and the only one with a
handicap. He wants to go to col.
I Co-operative apartments legs but hasnt decided what he
Beach front property wants to do professionally Mrs i .a
Oongola said Bruce maintains a
lor at a camp for handicapped
'>f'" children during the summer b
SE .,.; ( Bruce Is B feet 2 and weighs
.., UO pounds, but football a nat. yr
y Seit PAOPEr" y.., ural sport for the GongoUa. IDs
., father played In high school.! His
."""Jwm.-U t i\ 1 uncle, Don Oongola Is a former I r
University of Illinois quarter.
ot bock and currently the back. '
\ field coach at Harvard Unlver.
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