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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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Conboy wblS


Reporter! I Broke Apart

flLA WK

What do you want Santa to LAS VEGAS Nov, AP-

bring you for Christmas "Just this much mort and he MB
would have cleared that ridge," AgamsCounty
a sheriff's deputy Mid Monday
holding his hands about two feet

apart
He was standing In hard.
packed mow 50 yards from the
ridge called Arden Dome that i w,
stopped a Bonanza Airlines FZT Tax Roll
turboprop Sunday night All 29
aboard died In the crash
r Clearly visible from where he
stood was Las Vegas MeCarran -

Field nine miles to the north Reassessment of UllerCotin. the state statutes, and a part
\ the destination of Flight No. U4
lyre tax roll is the aim of a lAW of the asiessor't manual
from Phoenix w11' T1 suit filed by Naples realtor. Vln. Conlray further charges that
Pilot Hank Fit zpat rick, 41,
cent It Con ll>' this morning at Coliiing has assessed homesteads
8.29
radioed MeCarran tower at J of the
the courthouse and business properties
p.m., two minutes before the Conboy has attacked the City county on a ".lIbet alltlall, high
.rte plane vanished from a radar d Naples Us roll for the last er percentage than said sub
Hw scope during a heavy snowfall.knew J1-* h bM three. years. charging inequl dIvision., but at a ratio of leas
The only persons who ties In asaeiament because uf than 100 per rent of Just value.*
Ma what happened In that two special agreements between the Because oi this, Munmrwnsrsand
r minutes are dead.A R City and siihdivUters. of swampland holders of business property
1 swarm of sheriff's deputiesand Conboy won a derision on hollers ot business property
volunteers removed all the level and Uw.yers "have hud to bear a proportion
in force Friday and Saturday the Circuit Court
HELPING HAND Local Girl Scouts were out
bodies from the 4,200Joot high
MRS.GRACE LAKE for both sides are pre ately greater tax burden over
the western flank of distributing United Fund placard to area stoics Helping to pan the
Grace Lake Florists ridge on paring to argue the cane before and above what they would be
) Las Vegas Valley with the aid of good word v.re, front row I to r.: Vickie) Helavek Carol Heimau, And gRay the state supreme court required to pay if the aasess
Months and months of this helicopters from nearby Nellls Corwin. Back tow : Pauline Dibee Judy Larson, Pam Hincken, N'nntv Hibw, In his suit attacking the coun mend of all lands was on the

beautiful Naples weather." Air Force Base. Megan Hooper, Cathy Boynton. ty tax roll Conboy again al. same fair and equitable basic
The plane did not burn. It loges that Iniquities Ire caused. of Just value"
broke apart and Its pieces Jave. by granting developers "subdlvl In the County's 1964 tax roll,
lined northward across the top dors' rates." The suit inks Circuit Cmibny, claims, "substantiallyall
t. of the dome. Bodies were Graded Drive ProposedCommission Judge ArrMe Odom l to Issue the real property In the coun
thrown In every direction. an alternative writ mamlamua ty has been assessed below Just
Conversation at the tempo.racy value." Assessments vary from
camp 500 feet below the "NO DISCOUNTS" 15 to 7B per cent of Just value,

dome was often silenced with Hears Two Sides This writ would require coun II Is alleged.
i blaring messages over search ty officials to completely raw Conboy" and other taxpayers
radios. sess the county's 41,000 parcels similarly situated "have no ade
"We need something to pry a "al Just value, devoid free, and quake remedy, save Issuance dan
body loose from the wreckage. clear of any and all discounts alternative writ of mandamus:
Send up a crow bar or some of every kind and nature," or by which the reepwidents are

,1.\...,. thing on the next helicopter" To Vanderbilt Beach Hassle have the+ eounfy show cause fur required |e k discharge their
By sunset CII\lJ" lIIerUt'arAr J not 4 tng,,. duff and ,conjply with the obit
.- guard remained at the site r Ranted: arOefsndsnts"In the' gallons Imposed bn them by law,"
to preserve the scene for Civil action are Tu Assessor Sum the suit.: states.Growers .*
..- Aeronautics Board Investigateors The proposal to close beach Norman llcrren countered by sandy roads at a reasonable Codling, Tax Collector A. P,
\ areas north and south of Vanderbilt saying the parallel drawn by speed, lie proposed. .18mileperhour Ayers, the rive county roinmls
0.f to vehicle traffic Is a Hodges was "out of perspective speed limit. He suggested sluners, and the state etml roller, ; Clinic

or-) I two-sided Issue with strong arguments ." Attorney Adams den that (people using the As In his suits against the City,
: Promoters Of on each side remarked\ the whole discussion beaches could do a "self-no- Conboy is suing on his own be IM Postponed

: E The County Commission was was never In "perspec llclng" Job. half "and In behalf it all other, The growers runic scheduledfor

f; :. f Cancer 'Cure' apprised of the diverging opinions tive" because the Commission When Chairman Holly opened taxpayers.irf"such county similar tonight In Immokalee has
at this morning session was empowered "only to the discussion from the floor ly situated. been postponed County Agent
1 -:. The question Involved In this
for each
In two ways. Attorney John listen there were speakers( Lion Lander anmsmeedyeslerday*
MRS.BETTY ALLEN"It Are IndictedWASHINGTON Emerson opened a discussion The discussion was openedby side. Joe Garland Vamtorbllt cause"Is one of common or gn Lander said two sons of on*
oral Interest to many partiesoneuatltotUnd of the four apeekers, from Oalties. 'vvUle
Emerson representing Deach resident favored closing
wonderful If he by submitting a petition purporting Attorney a dill so numerous ,
would be : srh4(Juled l to SHMiar were
(AP) The to have 500 names attached the petitioners. He the beach to vehicles. u to make It Impracticable to .
could bring the whole" family promoters of Kreblozen were indicted opposing the proposal pointed out the petitioners wanted There will be other deaths" bring them all before the courtas Involved' postponement In a serious of theelln.ic. .crld.nt.u'loIlne .,

home for Christmas. today mall on fraud 49 counts mt.laboellne of to close the beach to vehicle careful deliberation by the he predicted correlators," the petition One, son was killed the other
conspiracy, traffic altogether. Commission concerning the claims As In his suits againstthe
and false state TOO MUCH hoipllallMd |In serious\ condition
making
menu to the government about Favoring the proposal were proposal I. "a long term) approach A. Aymong said It was utterly City, Cntboy Is cad attaik. The cllnlo will be held at a
the product they claim Is a about 30 area residents who and not immediate Inconsistent to have a Inc the .assessment of his own later date, Lander s.ld.
1'rr showed at the board roomto drastic action" prttertyRepresenting
treatment for cancer up beach for swimming shelling Conboy In tie
The handed down be heard In person He proposed that certain
ore Indictment and picnicking and a drag strip mailer Is the Miami Uw firm <*
by a Federal Grand Jury In Commission Chairman Dewey areas should be left open for at the same time. He recall- Walton LentIlS, lchne 1er, Al*
Chicago, charges that the de. Polly In order to complete vehicles capable of traveling ed last Saturday's tragedy and kins, c.reon.1IId Wahl. United Fund
fen ant. reported one Krebloten the scheduled agenda had to that It
said It was remarkable ..
,
COIt. claims In the petition
he had
been patient dead healthy six years when gavel the meeting to S close Cubans Getting hasn't happened hefo 1'1. that Coiling "hat knowingly stud At $23,146
after It ran about 40 minutes. "You cannot expect wilfully given certain property
n that they reportedthe
cost charges of producing one gram of County Attorney James Early Start OnSUA'nr people strolling on the teach ownen discounts In the IM4saaeatments Ai art' ,"..... today, the Greater

Krebtoten u $170,000 when It Adams summed up the discussion HarvestMIAMI to escape a Juggernaut tearing below let value, Naples. United fund campaign
actually Is a common chemical by throwing a spotlight down upon them'" said Ay- or has Intentionally and wilfully heel reached II per cent
coating about 10 cents a gram on one small part of the whole Fla. (AP) Cuba la morig. "Some drivers appear asseeted the property' below the plsdgedTM pwll.10 donated or
la ,0.'U.50.
.was'e The Indictment aso chargesthat picture by saying the Commission getting an early start In her' to delight In seeing old people just value thereuf to
has "srbttrar Advance OUts have Jumped
one defendant signed a had no power to go.... cane, Its major for safety," he eon- The assessor
vesting sugar scamper
cent 01 the dlvtalongoal
aulxM.vlderi SO
death certificate on a Krebioten "It can only listen" Uy and unlawfully" given ttt' per
dollar cropHavana ttwed. s discount of It.S te M and Business etmtrtbutionahave
whose death was report.
patient In one pan of the discussion Radio reported eut. Mrs. Mildred Eaton waive- IS
cent
cent less than Just value of resrhed about per ,
f i iljt ed to the government u being Doyle Hodges attempted ting will Mart Nov 10 and mill hemerehr action per
caused by pneumonia when the opposed any their property as appraised by ardint in campaign spukes
s parallel by Fifth Avenue Ing Dee 3 In Plnar del Rio
defendants knew she bad died of saying which will I prohibit vehUle traffic llunntcutt and Associates: 1X0,
csc s : cancer. South, should be closed Province hare along the beaches(ftvvrlte Die suit charges menThe drive opened" officially
because a person had been Traditionally the sugar fishing Sir fevered l Mxotay, i 14 due It. wind up Nov.

lltlf.r .. e aDR Katzenbach Acting Arty announced Gen Nicholas the Indictment killed on the avenue by an from vest has January teen to s April.Odiy The affair Co protection grounds.In oongeeted. areas, FOLLOWS PATTERNConboy emiMr ttXh

"jti :.. .. ,.. + here B names as de.fendants automobile His comparison ban Sugar Growers Association perhaps all heaohes, U road' apparently referringto
FRANCO FORD the Krebtoten Re. referred to the elderly couple In Exile attributed the early grades suitable 'for Jeee ire.Ceeiiaued Coliting's practice of a******
tots In
March Foundation and four who were killed on VanderbUt harvest t"> need! for immediate tag aul..uvW.r1IIId new IS YOUR HEART
CltyCoundIman"Speedy men: Dr Stevan Durevlc 99, Beach last Sunday. dollars. ( .. page It) developments as acreage with(
of theclry" Marko a certain percentage of the Ma THE RIGHT PLACE?
completion the founder Ms brother ... IN
are !M CUdMg's pfocwl re
storm sewer and street N, a lawyer Dr. Andrew C.
I. if line with the ae.e&ued"R'
Ivy Tl, for years a well known
construction work.
IM.II fit
Uw,
medical scientist and educatorand vi >*e chapter

former vice president of the
University of niinois, and Dr

Chicago-William r. P Phillips, !M all of Local SchoolsTo


y ILi. Close EarlyFor

Jersey Senate r ,
I
P-T Meets

Adopts Weighted

Sc ate, 1tl1Itow1.*.a.dUke
ft, lemema/y Sclwols. wit
Voting System t I pen,, TlMtfsday sad
f It NovemUr 19 and M,
TRENTON> |U. VAP} -* The .
lot enueacher eotifereiwee" ,
r. Sew Jersey Senate, breaking 1 '
', .
Tudor Shadowlawa rts
+ |U c ,
sash US years of history. Us ,
C4u '<-iMed this wernlagA
adopted a revolutionary weight ,'".r.e.. are heM ....
id voting' system as Ms answero .
.
tin ere pedal pest briar* re.p
: the C.S Supreme totals >. 4. are |aeu>t. Mee.geefir
"Vane mas, one v te' decision ..
MIout will be seal to
The sew voting plat will go MI invited for OOIIIIer.....
into effect Dec T, when IM leg.sisters .
pointed eut the iMtttedILs
U scheduled to bold Ms .
.et aside daiSy lee ceafer.r
ors wastes -. wOese the State
> would jtot give every pa.
.lupreae Court otherwisea
says vteM with
taO vW>n\trMj he
1 1f a decision legislative leaden test each, period. ... acid
--
,elm Bight be handed tan 2"I
f CECIL DRAM IM rer.c. plat aim*U>bring
.
r Ewes (ades Mayor lo* 10. la ?; parent at least twice .
B valid the weighted voting .
dm / ve year.pjfo
r "l dart believe In Santa rasa could Ueome a Model fee HKAD TAI UZ r.HOt'P uttrndmr.U e 7 1': breakfast sponso. rrstrnb s imrtted for the 'ar.tit4i .

Ctaus tat enougti amueylntfie abet state Ie0alatares to. awisUoa *. t" the HiAtribut1\C' rxturat..., it Naples *'" t, II I ypcak '" >her eonferene.Ibis week
J Se.
V
affected by IM rluH.d. frnni .. \\Iud Jin ltN ,t. will n. MutifUit by messages
dry budget te meet an expenses of tan left Urn \. r i << '" n" v
might cause Miechange toe teems ye Court state decisions leglsUtare Us II". .rei KrhrrirtAn, DF .hrt.'t" ',' llar, Woodruff( who..I i I",+ i -f,,i aet< .rA th... school wttft Nundash

my mtnd." .fret wed weighted voting' J U Roan. ftMMtant county a.p""d.nt.. ( :\' t.I"t"i > > ne Said.


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''" COLUH! COUNTY NEWS NosJei, FU. Tau, Nwrwne l Ir. I?"|I Judge Wildermuth Winter May Be Mild


., Dies In Indiana F

After Long IllnessJudge

But For WorstWASHINGTON
A Ora L. Wildermuth, a Prepare
winter resident d Naple for the
past U years, died Monday after -
noon In OaryInd.,after lengthy (AP) A wrongway of flight, eastward lit.It.ad .
Illness. Judge Wildermuth was close study d many factors, south.
6Z year old on October 15th. Including the Jet stream, a polar The laws d chance are not
Judge WUdernuth was one d bear's fur, the stockpiling actlv.ttles .much help. If you toss a penny,
Gary's earliest settlers. He was of squirrels, and the law and three heads bad winters
a native of Indiana and was ad. of chance, point today to an come up In a row, you might
milted to the bar in 1906. His Inescapable conclusion: The expect that a tall mild winter
.... firm, which is still active IsWildermuth coming winter may be abnormally would appear next. But it's a
"' I Clifford and WaU mild, but prepare for the 50-50 chance that it might be
lace. For several years judge worst. soother hesd.
Wildermuth served u a city The U.S. Weather Bureau flat. One thing scientists are gen.
Judge In Gary and was active in ly refuses to say what the rally adamant about. The explosion
; community affairs in that city winter will bring. Weather : of an atomic device by
1 for almost 80 year H* had been science Is not yet that good it .the Red Chinese did not produceour
\ a trustee of the Gary public Li says. The most it will hazard Is long, golden Indian summer
.. since they were organ. a SO-day outlook, Issued twice a weather this year.
Iced in 1908. At Indiana Unlver.slty month. Man-made blasts, even nu.
he served on the board d Now If the bureau could know 'clear ones, are puny compared
trustees as president of that now what the jet stream will be I to nature's strength.

body for some 28 years. doing next January It might be
LORENZO WALKER, center, receives certificate One of his particular Inter come bolder. James F. O'Con.
naming him representative of the International eats was libraries and he not on. nor, bureau meteorologist,
Traders Club from John R. Wood, president of the ly organized the public library made a valiant effort to explain City
Naples-on-the-Gulf Board of Realtors as the system in Gary he served as ; the Jet stream In words under

board's executive secretary, Haven Hammer, wit- director of the Midwest Inter. standable to an amateur.It .
nesses the event at left. Library Corporation and was a Is the core or nucleus of a
vice president of the American broad band d westerly winds CourtJohn
devoted to educating real estate Library Association and ntimer SECOND SHIPMENT of Christmas presents for children in Honduraswas which the Pacific

Walker NamedRepresentative brokers on the many facets of oars other foundations and organ. ready for deliver; Saturday The project is sponsored jointly by and the sweep United across States west to

real estate exchanges.Now Izations having to do with 11.brarles. the Naples Jaycees and thu, Naples Junior Woman's Club, Jack; Conroy, east. They fly high at an altitude Henry Bryant, 32, of
In Its 12th year, the Trad One of the Gary libraries Naples Jaycee member, shown, handled the shipment. (NEWS photo) ranging from 10,000 to 3120 Ninth Street North, was
ers Club has a membership dover is named for him. -maybe 40,000feet. convicted of driving white Intoxicated
Club
To Traders '
5,900 and Is fast becoming In Naples he was a member d Trouble U, you cannot counton and flned$125 In Municipal
James L Walker ha* been a potent force in encouraging the Exchange Club; one of the or. them to fly straight they Court Monday morning.
named the Naplesmn-the-Gulf ker cooperation In Int.rcltyand ganlzers and first president of meander, they snake around In
He entered s not guilty plea
Board d Realtors representativeof Interstate transactions.One the Friends of the Library. The Turner Walker Guest their Journey.
After listening to
week.
last
the International Trader!Club of Walker's most Import.. Wildermuth Naples home Is lo. U they snake northward In the
of the Natlonalln.tltut. d Real ant duties is to keep members of cated at 188 Second Avenue, No. winter, over the Yukon for ex. police sergeant D.L. Bass'testimony
Estate Brokers for 1964. This his local board apprised d ex. Judge Wildermuth Is survivedby ample, much of the United yesterday. Bryant
appointment was announced by change and trade activity In the his wife Mildred, a daughter States can look for earmuff changed his plea to guilty. His
William M. Moore of Denver, area, thus providing better ssr. Maine Tula his brother Joseph. Speakers At Seniors MeetTwo weather. If they meander south driver's license will be suspend
Colorado, general director of the Tic to the public in their buy. Interment will be In Gary on ward, the storms Imbedded In ded by the state for three monthsup
national organization tog and selling needs. Thursday afternoon The familyhas
them, or swept aloof by them to s year.
The International Traders asked that memorials take prominent Neapolitans posed to obtain matching fund Paul Power, chairman of the Sen- they may pick up a lot of water Donald Raines Bynum. 39, of
Club Is an activity of the Brok. the form of contributions to the aid from the federal the Gulf of Mexico. found In
were guest speakers at the Sen. government lor Club's program committee, vapor over 2515 Shadowlawn, was
ers Institute, which is an afflll. Try Second Time Collier County Friends of the lor Citizens Club meeting Mon in medical assistance for aged and accompanied by Hazel Grlf. This could mean umbrella contempt of court by Judge Ha r-

ate of the National Association, Library.but day, Mayor Archie Turner and persons. He was introduced by fin, assistant director of theCol.llr weather later for many Americans. old S. Smith. Bynurn was convicted -
of Real Estate Board*,with headquart.rI
To Convict Four Slate Representative Junes L County Welters Department, of DWISeptember 14 and
la Chicago. The club Is Walker. who has bad first lIaneq: >eJ1t11Cf Nest stop was the NationalZoo
Calls Poll fined $125. He paid only $80
no one was hurt. The mayor's appearance was Adams with the measure since its enact where Snow Star, a polar
Gored In Thigh Klansmen At Jax In July, a Jury failed to agreeon Impromptu and he welcomed the ascot by Congress and adoptionby bear, proved equivocal. It'* true of the fine before yesterday,
verdicts Involving the four Seniors' group and spoke briefly Watching: Request Florida."I she has a, remarkably thin coat and the Judge ordered him to pay
By Water Buffalo JACKSONVILLE< (AP) TIll 1, defendants. A fifth man was ae. on the growth and progress of Political MoveTALLAHASSEE hate to paint a dim pic. for a polar bear, but her keeper, the remainder and spend three
federal government sets out to.' quitted. Naples. lure of the situation buttheKerr. Albert C. Smith had a theory days In jail
HONOLULU (AP) Rectau. day In a second effort to convict The defendants are Robert Representative Walker, the (AP) Sec. Mills Act is for the indigent," about that: "I think she keeps
.rant employe Henry Ing Is recovering ., four Ku Klux Klansmen of con.>, Pittman Gentry, Barton H. Grlf. scheduled speaker discussed the retary of State Tom Adams was the way Representative Walk. rubbing her hair off by scraping ROAD OBSTACLESTwo
today from a thigh spiring to deprive a Negro boy' fin, Donald Eugene Spegal and provisions and deficiencies of the branded GOP state chairman er summed up his findings. against the sides of her pool." motorists told the Judge
wound caused by a buffalo. of his rights. Willie Eugene Wilson. Kerr-Mlll Act, enacted by Con. Tom Brown's request for poll Under the Kerr.Mllls Act, Re. Elsewhere In the animal they objects In the road
Ing was herding five water The charge Is linked to the dy>, William Sterling Rosecrans of grass several years ago and watchers during the Nov 3 gen. preservative Walker said the world, some confusion has dodged
buffaloes Into a corral near the namltlng Feb. It of the borne of 1 Anderson, Ind. pleaded guilty to under which the states are sup oral election a political move. beneficiary must be 63, a resident reigned. Squirrels hereabout and were acquitted to traffic s
Haiku Gardens restaurant lion>, Donald Godfrey, 6, who then was similar charges and Is serving "Brown didn't want deputiesat of Florida, may not have have been seen chasing their violations John Kenning 49,
day when they turned on him. the only Negro pupil at Lack 1, seven years in federal prison. the polls," Adams said Mon. more than $1,800 Income per tall as though it were springtime East Naples, was found not
He wu cored In the left thigh i wanna Elementary School. He admitted rigging and detonate Ensign Nickerson day. "He) wanted the mileage he year; for a couple $3,600 a year. ; they don't seem to be guilty of reckless driving. He
before escaping to a tree. His house was badly damaged 1 ing the bomb. would get out of requesting stashing away many acorns. In said a dog darted across his

Ends 'PreFliRht'PENBACOLA them." He or she may not have more Illinois, blackbirds and bronze path and caused him to swerve
At his news conference, Adams than $1,200 In capital beyond the grackles were observed on a Into the concrete median whereIt
FLA. (FHTNC)- said Brown named his poll watcb..r. ownership of s home, or $2,400 begins st the Intersection of
Navy Ensign William B. Nicker and after the secretary of for both. The home, no matter U.S. 41 and Central.
1 1vJJ.ut 70uiJIt'J son, son of Mrs. Charles H.Carr state's office: released Its official how much It 1* appraised, Is Vielhauer Kenneth Ray Chesser, 31,

of gal( Gulf Shore Dr., Naples, deputies from duty, Brown then exempted.The East Naples, said he drove on
was graduated October It from asked for them. By then, Adams hospitalization feature In. Funeral services for Mrs.
road
the side of the to
Pre-Fllght School at the Naval said, It was too late. eludes 30 days In a hospital per Helen Ellen Vlelhauer, 65, of wrong
IS'' Air Station Pensacola Fla. with only 12 days at onetime avoid hitting s beer can. He
,
Adams said the deputies were year Zoar, Ohio who died last night
1t. During the training he studied private citizens who left their No doctor bills are paid following an accident st the was found not guilty of careless -

aerodynamics, mathematics, businesses to train for the Job. but visiting nurses are IncludedIn north of Bonita driving.
edge
physics, naval orientation, navigation "We Just couldn't call them backon the provisions. will be held In Zoar Springs, Ohio, Larry Nash, 18, Naples was
Coverage'i engineering leadership, such short notice," he tilde Representative Walker pro- fined $SO and sentenced to three
,t, and other subjects essential to Official deputies observe and dieted the forthcoming session of with Interment .dllSre.> Local months In Jail for carrying a

a naval officer. examine the election process at Congress would psss Medicare arrangements were made concealed weapon, an unsheathed -
. :1. H* la now undergoing further the polls and report to the sec. legislation If President Johnson through the Richard A. Plttman knife, at s dance
flight training at Pensacola. retary of state. recommends It, Funeral Home of Naples. teenage
8 of the 90 days
recently. Sixty
Vice President Robert Mrs. Vilhauer who had been
01" Thomas presided at the meeting visiting her son, Robert VII- were suspended on condition
.M In the absence of President Wetter Nash observe an 11 p.m. cur-
hsuer of Bonita Springs, was
sdi Harris and a count showed few for three months The
I going west on Rosemary Drive
n NOON ft STOCKSNEW 178 members and cuelt.preMnt, In Banks Springs and drove knife was confiscated.
u a record number for this season. Dennis Humphries, Naples -
e Into the path of s light truck
sentenced 10
was to days
driven by Carl C. Hubert of
YORK (AP)-Stock at nooniAlll Fort Myers, traveling north in Jail for being drunk and s
minor In of alcoholie -
possession ,.. ,
.Chal 1'4 EAL 40% LorUlard 44% Pew, GrandsonOf on the Tamlaml Trail, accord- beverages. .."".

Alcoa 83AmAlr E.Kodak 14111aFir.atono Mag-vox :34% Ing to Trooper Jack Dent. Benjamin Baker, 28, Tampa,
45% 43,; MMAM 61 /. Hubert was driving at approximAtely
AmCan 43: Ford 38% Mohasco 14>/. Sun Oil Co. 35 miles an hour, received a 10-day sentence for
and
AmCyan 85V4 FrmstDs 14V4 Mons'to 86% witnesses said Indicationswere speeding having nodrlver'slicense.
AmMot 15Vi FreptSul 4SI% MontWd 42% Founder SuicideMIAMI that he had swerved left Ola Mart In,53,of 2630
ATIlT 87% GenDyn 37 NatDair 84% to avoid the collision. Ninth Street North, wu foundnot

AmTob :38 GenEl 88'% NatDist 27% (AP)-Wslter Crocker: Mrs. Vllhsuer was pronoun- guilty of assault and guiltyof

AmpxCp 16H Genf'ds 83% N.AmAv 31% Pew Jr., 41, great-grandson of ced dead on arriving at Naples trespassing She received
Anaconda 34% GenMUls 43 VI Penney 67 the founder of Sun OU Co., was Community Hospital. a 10-day sentence suspendedon
L Armour 33% GenMtrs 98% PRR 80% found dead Monday on a desert Besides her she Is condition she sever all relations -
son, surd
Babcock 38 Goodrich 61% StONJ 89% National
ed road in Everglades with the persons upon
vived
DethStl 38 Goodyr 47% Studebak 6% Park. by a brother Howard whose she trespassed.
24% Swift 54 Sturm of New Philadelphia, propeny
83% Greyhnd
Boeing Police said It was suicide. The driver's license of Am.Ua .-
Brunswick 8% GulfOll 62% Texaco 88% There was a note, but detail Ohio, and two grandchildren
12 Thlokol 13% of Bonlta Aurora Perez 31, of 825
CaterTr 38% Honw yIntHanr were not released.The Springs.Mrs.
8SI'/ UCarb 124% 10th Avenue South, will be suspended
Celanese 721/4 window of his 1953 auto.mobile Vlelhauer was manager
Chrysler 38 IntNlck 87% UnltAlrc 5'714 were rolled up the Ignl. of the state museum st by the state for three
CocaCola 136 V4 IntPap 37% UnFrult 17% lion turned on and a flexible Lost She was s member of months to s year. She was found
CornEd 58ConEdls Jones*L 73KaisAl UBSsteel 55% piece of metal tubing connectedto Eastern Star and the United guilty of DWI last week. She
(2% 30% VntvMat 15% the exhaust pip through the Church of Christ st Zoar. wu ordered to serve the first
ContCan 32% Ken'cutt 93% WestjEl 44:% floorboards, A park ranger die 15 days of s 1I0- DowCh 79% UgftMy 83% Woolwth 30% covered the body while on pa. during non-working
duPont 286% Loch'd 37% trol. The British royal house bourse The remaining 45 days

rT ",,-, At the time of his death, Pew changed 1U family name from were suspended providing she
worked on a tugboat and u a Saxe-Coburg-Cotha to Wind drink
not or visit ban for
'/ any
) ; station attendant. sor .
\- service on July 17,1917.WALTEIt six months

4 P ,::; .
L I ,/ I' "
..11 ( r ,/ SUSPENDED

.:; J.oI. \, Wood Sales Agent For Palm River; Suspended 30-day Jill sentences
: were given to Michael
I "JIto What( qOlUAduWi4ilcf / -- Jf[ James Kelly, 20, of 1020 Eighth

: Walter Jessup Returns To Naples Avenue South; Ernest John
/ .- :. .' ( Brownie, 18, and Carl Mar-
.
afj'f tin Anderson 18, both of 707
/ Realtor John R. Wood and
yeti 12th Avenue
in )14"1" South. All three
e .
;- 1. Associates have been appointed
pleaded guilty to being minors
: exclusive sales agents for home
.....'. P sites and acreage at Palm River In possession of alcohol. During -
1/_ : .: Estates and Country Club. The the next month the three
. \\ ;c,* ;; r ft if'' r J 'r1" 4 I announcement was made yester r1'yr will make weekly reports to

"J,) ; !' : Robert Russell chairman the police chief on their activities -
THE DAILY NEWSnow ? '! day by ,
"rf 7"J'-1 of the executive committee at the Judge ordered.

odors tetwretien Qt ..-.. -: ........-: /".11.too !" '. / Palm River. Three defendants were told
coverage of Celller bt ..., J Walter Jeasup.formerlyofthls could
--...- -" f .. / they avoid longer Jail
County through th* area on 6abbaUca1l.an. whole sentences by laving town.They
associated with Wood andAssociate
iT now were Gerald Gerow 38 San
paid circulation of 't 1 ,
., *, will serve primarily
THE DAILY NEWS as agent s* the Palm River of. Jose.CsU.guilty of defrauding
In Honda. an Innkeeper James Earl
] Taylor
plus the blanket sample flee, Wood announced.
.,
47. McDonald Quarters,
coverage available to guilty of drunkenness!and Har-

DAILY NEWS aJver. after a swim beer is a natural 1 oid Russell Euterlln. 51, Boob -

liter through The 7. r Springs, drunkemess.J .
1 Joey Carter of MIami *
NAPLES ADVERTISER.If On a hot wmmicr den a dip in s ,'UUlsrrcal11 can be w unJcrfullv JDsTPJoaaup : forfeited S19 bond when

yaw hove somethingto rcfrt hin,. FqualK refreshing when vou're rthxmg afterwards 'EM ? b* failed to show up on charge:
tell Collier County w kh friends u a htm glass of betr.then hardly another beverage WHY RISK will. be remembered asa of driving on the wrong side
rtildtnti INVESTIGATEthe around that suits what )041 do for fun at much a* betr.Ciniranf RISK 'EMI' former "rooty and city: golf without Ugtrs and without a
combine
NO caaraploe He plans to
,hikinp,or just lounging on& 3W5vhs'wvbccrbrh+gsto valid license. Dwight Gordon
sales work at Palm
coverage offeree1 by cachyutt) he right touch of extra: good living. CALL: NOW fOft ,AtT.CXKffT ... roll River with, and a recent round of a Lee 33, 01 MO Eighth Street

THE NEWS & ADVERTISER NU Your familiar gU" of beer is also s pleasurable renunJcr that "ftVC*' orwar 71 indicates be Is North was given a suspended:

Combination. The celt It *c live in tiara of penonal fat ten-and that our right to enjoy till sharp os the golf course and sentence on a speeding charge.

surprisingly LOW tool beer and ale, if\\'C aJ desire w just| one, but an important one,of NORISKCHEMICAL will be a contender tor future Charges wr dropped

Phone 2-2107 end oak for those personal freedom, ; cham plon ships.Jessup against Tonmte Jo Caries of
CO. noted th* Improvementla
Naples larceny} and Er-
perry
The Advertising Dept. with relaxation the condition d the course *J.
. . In Florida..bm goes with fun. f MONTH CUAXAMTIf PalM River and remarked "'It', nesdne Golf Everglades
t
@ INtTVD STATES WUMU ASSOOATKXXCvC.r.o. MI 2.4148 a real test of a player's r l1nIatm. .. worthless checks and failure to
sos m cou '\IIIUIID ." sppesr.






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Thomas d.; Brady COLLIE COUNTY NtWV N.,!... M., T..." N...mb., 17 iU4" :'3

That Run Down Feeling? Now Serving In



Maybe It's The TV Commercials South SALON/ ,Viet Viet personnel Nam

!I'.S. Mr Force

ail on dUlY In Viet Nam asslstlfiii h
BY CHARLOTTE DURNO It" then In big letters comeS j4 ; the fight against communM

the brand of toothpaste, vseillrs -- aggression Is Captain Thomas

guadDid you g.t your "Sal*. pretty evident that she's c. Brady, son of Dr. and M....
this week? IfMM/ JOt it and he sees It. t lit Is IT Joseph G. Brady of Seagate,

else. everyone In Naples shouti I her pretty teeth" :Naples: Fla.Captain .
be very clean I NOW follow totruodon Are you getting tire I washIng Brady Is an air targets *

carefully and you your mouth In soda op": If officer In a Pacific: Air

won't have to worry about some- you don't like what yi)u' e now 1 orces (I'AC An unit that to

one slipping up behind you and QSlng. there's a moutlivi. ,\\h that responsible for helping train

Mylng. "You've let your safeguard kUlIaenns on COntact... 'iotell- Vietnamese forces In air tae
down." Or some other lug what else It does! Ics t and techniques for com I

silly thing! such as that. Now rve always wondered what hat. I ACAI- provides alrpow

that could be downright em- would happen to the guy 'hat Y cr for defense of the U.s. and

ban-using, couldn't iif dared to use three dabs of that Its allies In the Pacific and Far

We're beginning to think it', hair cream. Just imagine the Last areas.

Impossible to I keep< from being ohaos If the wife slipped behind The captain a graduate of

brain-washed by all these commercials her husband and took off Cleveland. Heights (Ohio) High

and give-away items. his glasses Just to run her fin- )school attended Eastern New"

It's not only being suggestedwhat gers through his hair! For one Mexico University and off-duty

soap to use, but toothpaste thing the poor guy probably classes of the European Wvls -

mouthwash. hair cream couldn't see her without the ion of the University of Mary
and sundry other things we glasses and for another he'd land

couldn't possibly get along with know that she was leading up THE RFV LFDIES D) ARl.() JlUt.t< speaker 'at F'' .dl\< me.>t 11111( ,.d Hia wife,Marte,is the daughter st .,...
out. At least the ads say that to a down-payment: on a fur tli Y..I't. .. ,it ","ns ( :ub in M ,"- I 'I: Ru'hnrde s <' Sh". log i' lais of Herniand A, Uintali of

we can't. And we certainly don'twant coat... or somethln'. W4 i ( fri. shni, ''\ M.ss f IP J,8pC'1'8on., < i"" t till h ant, ><- sin 78 Coe St., lv vvoonsochat RJ. .I .
to offend our friends with How about the one where the w
bad breath or too much of that husband caresses his wife's Ji'niiH Pilsiin h and M I ,,, Pamela Thon Kevm.nd! Baijj ylt" I' an lUu' 4't1' ; PL"

white cream In our hair now hair and says.''It' touchable." tratt'd talk on 'Oui American Heuta'1' NEWS photo ) Johnsons Mark I"

do we? Really now, they're carryingthis /,( ,'. If'
While brain-washing us, thing a little too far. Any ... .d.i t, l'
some of these commercials can man In his right mind would JFK Memorial 30th Wedding
be real humorous. Take for know better than to touch that CAROL ANN GORDON

Instance the male and female head of cement after a new

that splash around In the water hairdo. Movie By USIA AnniversaryWASHINGTON

"She's got it and he sees Adults aren't the only ones GordanHenderson
(AP) "I
being brain-washed. Why It's
Given Preview "
this lasts the
hope marriage ,
not even safe to take the child
minister said SO year when p, Gordon. West Ohl
ago George I. Maple Avenue Geneva, .
the WASHINGTON AP Some.times
ren to store (
Civics Club At grocery any- color the bridegroom Lyndon Datne announce the ngainiit lit Its daughter\ Miss ( trot>
In glowing some.times
more (with my children It never Johnson In such a hurry he
was Ann Gordon to Rand Henderson son of Randall Hen.
St. Ann's School was safe). They yell like white, the In year somber of John black F. K.n.and a, forgot to buy a ring dor son, Sr, of Fort My.n.
mad if you don't pick up the They'll probably laugh about The marriage ceremony will be held January I in the
Receives nedy moved the
CharterThe across screen,
stuff they've seen flashing across reached out and revived the it again tonight at a family din. Church of Christ, the Rev Charles Walton officiating
the TV for the nor party in the White House former resident of Geneva attended
Civics Club of St. Ann screen past pain of a year ago. Miss' Gordon, a the
School this week received Its Six months! "Have you ever seen anything celebrating the wetting ann I.verury. rutl R. Spencer High School; In Geneva Presently she I*

official charter from the Com- After all this, you're admonished that tore your heart out so com employed st the Bahama Club and at olden Oat i.state _
mission on American Citizenship to "Come Alive"because plet.I,?" Sen. George 8. Mo Lady Dlrd Johnson till keeps The iroom4o.li* l 18 airaduatenf La 1\.lIe Nigh School and
drink a* a memento the Soars, Roebuck Is employed a* a cunxlruLtlmi sucker by Gulf Ameri' an
In Washington. D.C. you're In a soft genera Govern D-S.D, asked a friend be.
purchased
hastily Land
tion. You know I've had after the premiere showing of ring Corp
The Charter formally recognizes my "THANK YOU Rev Ledies largo following cause young Johncon goofed on After the wvdillni ceremony and a short honpuri"'"..
doubts what this the U.s. Information Agency'smemorial IArthe ,
affiliation of the local as to genera- the day of their wedding In old the riHijil will reside at 1009 t' rmih Road Naples
movie, "John F. Kennedy his Introduction All speaker by Club Prmi
unit with the national organization tion was... now know St. Mark' Episcopal Church In
: Year of Lightning, Dayof dent Pprlro Rlnnrn ( NJ.I''n' .,! ) _n _
at The Catholic Universityof Drum" San Antonio Tex., Nov. 17,1134.
America. Pupils of Grades The Ute president' Food for --- -- -- The Rev Arthur K. Me Kln.it ry

7 and 8 comprise the local St. Ann's Church Peace director may well have day of his inauguration until the Bicycle DartingIn officiated.
club membership.The been speaking for all the New day of drum the day on Their SO.year marriage mile 100 Dancers At
officers of the newly or- Census WorkersTo Frontiersmen who made up which he was buried was Front Of Car stem come. exactly two week Square I
jjonized club a ret Shelley Stahl- Monday night's blacktle audience prepared by USIA for showing after the election in which the
man, president Karen Clbula Hold Meeting and for those who around the world. Blamed For Crash Johnson were assured another
; were so moved they left the Gregory Peck 1* the narrator. fr>ur.year lease on the White '
vice president Louise Callan Ann's Church census
) St. Benefit
Stale Department auditorium The film 1* alternately in black A* Robert Joy homer ,no douse Lehiqh Acres
recording secretary; Natalie workers will meet at 7:30 unable to speak and white and color because Trail Terrace, started to make They g t4 the election return "
Reach corresponding secretary o'clock Wednesday night at St. film clip from various source right turn off the Trail at Sec. In the Urlsklll lintel In Au.tln. -
) and Nelson Faerber.trea- Ann's School. "I Mill those can't get "used to were used. ond Avenue, North a bicycle Tea., a spot| of fond memories.' Over a hundred square dancers Helen Kites, Shirley Kornbau

surer. A sample census card will seeing of State Dean picture Rusk, said Sect"toy in Color sequence of the final with an unknown rlderdartedPUtIn R we* there Lyndon and Lady attended the LehMi Acres Duane and Sarah .wreck Rex

St. Ann Civics Club Is one be explained and completed.A a choked voice to Jacqueline day when the president'sbody front of her, forcing tier to put Dlrd had their first date Library benefit dance last Saturday and Lucille Polly, and
of the thousands of Catholic civics census will be taken of all Kennedy' mother, Mr*. Hugh was moved from the Capitol on her brakes suddenly As a breakfast In the hotel's coffee afternoon and evening Deny Randall Dill Sell, John
clubs chartered in the United Catholics In St. Ann's Parish Auchtnclos to 8t Matthew's Cathedraland result a car driven by Frank shop. the auditorium. and Joia Shrewsbury and Marcel
States for the November 22. to burial in Arlington ark William Partner of Miami wa B was all a far cry from (the at a Snow Also from Naples
express pur- Sunday The only other member at the and hit the This dance was Jointly sponsored -
unable to rear
pose of developing Wormed Kennedy family at the fO threaded through It, making the Mop day they were married, Lyndon, the Sunshine Shufflers were the Masons, the Volpes,
end of her car by
24 and Claudia Alta Lady
day of drum a recurring (
responsible citizens. minute showing was Mr*. Robe and Guy Krumpley.
young occurred at 4:16
The accident Dlrd) Taylor IS, Johnson then of Naples and the Kriss KrossStAiires
The theme of this year's TonsillcctoniyF6r IIW art F. Kennedy, a *l.ter4nliwv theme. Sunday afternoon. Damage was we secretary, IgrTepsRek( .! ff..r ort'Myers, TherdiSifTer4 ,*AI. wyal, there will be the

program is "Polities Is Your ," ;,.pied.away{ the, stain 4n president limousine-She hur. .Chanter estimated at $30 lo tile Homer Richard Kl"berg,. ._.r.IIII... :J ] rU>ute4,>lM *tl* Tue..Um" orkshopr the Wed-
i Cypress
Business.' Club members get RhgfStain' \ car and at $23 to Partner'! No Only last week, ,lmf 1 i1n vices of their caller Ernie neJday-and Thursday daises,
help In developing this theme Visibly moved was AnglerDiddle one was injured in the crash and the prelilaflt.elr of M..lco. and and the Saturday square dance
of West Palm (read.
Doss .
LONDON (AP)>-The Beatles' Duke, chief of protocol. To Meet Thursday
no arrests were made. Officer wife all the Shufflers' Hall usa
from Young Catholic Messenger Johnson r*'ailed he and his at
drummer Rlngo Starr, is going He tried to leave a message for In. the J KrUi J Krosiers supplied
made the Central and each 8p.m
national current-affairs Juno p Have hat l honeymooned In Mexico at Avenue at
to have his tonsils out. the USIA producer, George Cyprus Chapter No. 236 of caller Skeeter Chauvin o for Naples police. Spectators are to
vestlgailon famed for its floating
weekly for students In grades the Order of Eastern Star will Xurhlmllro
A spokesman for University Steven Jr. Tear welled in his and watch of these.
6-9. Monthly articles In the College Hospital says Rlngo will eye a* he said< : "Tell him hold its regular meeting at 8 gsrihins.Recently pa.Two sets of danceri cans cone any
said lob Cook, of Miami. Is the
Mr Johnson
periodical point up the fundamentals undergo surgery shortly, but the tell him tell him -I'm gladwe o'clock Thursday night Novtra. You may prevent "..un fromcuillns down from Tampa for till occaalon -
of good citizenship and date 1* not fixed. were In Ireland together" ber ..,al the Masonic Temple In ,in the tkillti' il i you she thought her huntend was a caller for the Saturday tight
and from funta
remarkable man when she mar. one let This Is his first
suggest practical projects for Rlngo had been putting the The film, which cover Ken. Pine Ridge. memorial service pfs It. down oiiMiimilly within en-
the club members operation off since last June nedy'a administration from the 1* planned. tin*. i>r a folk held fist. rled him. Gorda. gagerTient/ In Naples, and the
"I still think he' remarkable Members of the Sunshine Shuffler are anticipating an
-------- ----------- I know M ,"re.hoot
, and a Sniffle attending Included Rav enjoyable dance.IUrhard .
i i him she. edited with smile
and Marjle: Chappell, [lob and

Student Studied Local celebrate Tonight the the aeceekm JohMOM I*bat prlva.cy to. Georglne Florence Coe Fradlplciro, Fred Decker ttoldiU I). MOMS

j Foreign Exchange By Groups SO,with and Lucl their.. 17.daughters, Lynda heat Hill Charles Gene Kern and Avc Troth rolls and In Serving Aboard

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The organization of a local 2,000 communities for a school respect the slmtlarltl and dlf.frnces *ot a goal to have a foreigner. mill* willing to U parent of Carrier Saratoga,
chapter of the American Field year of study and firsthand ax. of those who though thy change student In Naples next the foreign student and take Dennis Spiccr Richard D. Mosselectrician'snale

Service which could bring a foreign perlence, a* well a* American live In different countries, have fall. other necaary steps before K*. Adams fireman apprentice, USN,
exchange student to Naples teenager from practically every dreams and effort similarly dl. Mr*. Rae Hendrix wa*appoint' bruary It, the dasdlln Mr gtu Dies In CrashPfcTBRBOHOUOH ton of Mr. and Mrs Fred B.Moee .

I, next fall I* a project under Mudy state to study and live with f.. rected toward the goal of peaceful ed temporary chairman to log a student assigned I.i Naples. ; Infland. William Edgar Adams, 19, of of 4USth A..lQb. Na.
by the Naples Junior Woman' mules abroad a two way pro. and useful ll/e organize a working commit Mr llendrts said that (AP) Dennis VHeer, a 29.rar.Ad 120 North Fourth iSreetlmmaka. plea I Fla, I I. serving aboard the
Club and the Naples Jayce. gram of seeing and showing. In Those present at the luncheon Mr*. Hendrix aid there must be iiitrstd citizens willing to. as. ventrllu)<*ial wise had ,lee, died there Monday I attack aircraft carrier IMJIara.
this way, young citizen of the advised a "go.ahead atgnal" to Immediate action taken to :r. slut with the project an I all herat appeared on bxtli British. and A retired salesman, he had raga t operating out of M'n>ort,
Saturday morning two exchange world learn to recognize and to organize a chapter in Naples and ganlae the chapter screen (.- Ml W3BJ April lolevtslon programs, lived In Immokalee about a I'M*.
students, attending school in way killed. in an automnMl col. month, moving there from 01. Saratoga provide a motile
Miami, and representatives of the u-.i."i., Monday night ray Oeach.Oel4e I ilrfleld for more than 10 plane
AFS, were flown to Naples to at. MR TAX I SIGHTSEEING I I., II>K lieslile him In the his ..Idow. Mrl. Med. hat' Include attack bomber, redfighter
lilt with preliminary plansThe .A i 'kar" was his fav'.rtledim. 'tie Adam, he I* survived bye I attack aircraft that pro.

students were SltklGotlu It, "nmmy Oro" son, William Adams, Jr. of ride a mobile striking force for
:
from Izmir Turkey, who attends '11 I I "f. a Mar irf the royal vs. Loe Angeles, Calif. I inland attacks on enemy InstaU
school at Miami Palmetto Senior i o i f,n i iiiuwe. twinge Queen Funeral arrangements are beIng I at ions, In addition to air itrUe
weeks muse through the Earl 0.Ivxl.re and beach fortifU
School and Miss Beatrice A'' .n u twn ago, was I ifatoid ships
High Funeral Chapel In NM.. ,
I
asssult
m 1 III tit return apsesr.a ail'm during a sa
Wartelle of Seine Franc, a *tu.
(he to diiHlvtnt .
a. "" .
dent at Miami Senior High Accompanying .
them were Glenn ; ak I I'r IS : M" wan ml and had - - -
t. 'r ..,.(lit am.
Sudduth, Miami who U the host
parent for Miss Wartelle and ---" -
who Is .. ."'" "
Mr. M.R. Jones, Miami f t 'I' ,
South Florida expansion :hair t r. I j Ct
man of the American Field Ser rte M1 ..f' ,,0 I :
vice r va-.I puma, II" k.

.. -
The students spoke at the Re. -
creation Center to the Junior 1 a THEBiqCqphm
I
Deb from Shadowlawn andS
.a Gate Elementary Schools OPENING
:
The group plus a number of re. ,
presentatlve Neapolitan met for

luncheon at the Neptune Apart. A. I I't
menu to heal UriJone explain I i WEDNESDAY
GcQ& I
tape in organizing achapterofthe 1t "
AFS. Mr.and Mrs.William \, \ I
Brunt acted u host and hostess t ) AND

for the group.In h 5- r{ COUNTRY : For Our

addition to the visitor,pre.
cent for the luncheon wereDr ."' CLOD I 12th Season

and Mr*. Lout Moore Edmund i// I
;# wrlhhe /eat
Love, high Khool counselor Phil : I Ift With New Expanding FacilitiesFor
Derbyshire, representing Ro.taryt ., \\J: 'AeILiTIU II
Tommy Provensano' re re. t' I Your Shopping( Pleasure
sadly KlvaMe; Mrs Shelby Sewshweeiieetdo I

filer Hatley W., ..representing..'. Club; Mrs the QenaRon Ju. TWO FOR/ 'II", S FXC'UA'r F ',"* nESTS visited Mr. )f R Jones. Miami representing Ar t ,, and lee ewesvy Clwb I Featuring A Complete
., no :' Na, 3 Jilt. .. M''' Rae Il '.,,1111,1., ; .i. who mot hr group
representlnc the Ugh !Sap -i ; :' K
school and Rae Hendrix, re. Woman <<< : !I ., .,..d 'I./ N .tj., I .> tv' Thi + 'he) a 'jr-' s".", .' 'v' ( M-W: ., photo ) LIVINGOOt.FIN9 I II Line of Resort Apparel

** tike Maple, ..., otinK --- --- -- --- I
present JI""a.H' made a nun, U'r f tnt\\ anr rarK.n! .
"* ..... ...... AUsoa t -, the Amn- Gt I I.IC.
.. '.i.' .g Sell C5ive fie e
awl Ten Saner rdMANINT SMCIAISOuMSMU
Bees also can FirM :nrrKt .:_ .* they arrived .war men /er ewe I
atteedtd at the airport from 't'. Glen S)4 I
Miami host parent ; Sitki Gnsl from Imlr. Turkey *. III .* WIMMINB, .. Ct
0' DOOR""An seerl a7.W '
salt ft*
.
H) Yev.es Mat ft
American Said Service ; Mia Beatrice Waddle ",f .'n.. fraMe; '1IC1t04 >g $J 2.50 | ,.ma, e".ai' bqa e.ed.e'.. i. :k.

Inltnatienal C4kni eMp I* ao
open door whist lads. under.atandiH --- --------- fa.w ..'wa.e.eeewe.. ..., w.., .... HOMBWTBS_ .
the c...e ', or see.se. sa w.., II"'... TW Mme' as** Me ,1M
friendship among the ",_ ... "" (seats She L--. N.,*., nu
pV*" d Ike wld," Card Mrs. INSTRUCTJONIntfw4 TnI, % tlU' Sr_ M, Ulf < wt' M.kt. tea..r ,. '--"w" f4w/e'
..... .*.' PIANO rn I. ...lli.f' (fl// our Ol >"')! p.nbnrnr
W.mWf MIN A 'MT'hRegrstrr r.... If* .* iM I****
-1'IiIf'cNP this door paN ste.e I. I.4 r" hr.praevy WILLS HAIR FASHIONS 1141oeUS tlHOM Ilaeber Springs. Mirklga. Columbus OhioHave
4.. tram mart thaa SO foreign | Ml. I Uti
c nintrte to attend Antenru ... Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197 Ml f.iMt tea 1. Pee.. w. r /a.
eedarv *ct>'JOl. ir m ,re that



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THE FROSTING ON A PRIZE WINNING CAKE


I Nt\U Think Moon Shot Big Deal?
'. .t
,
t o Wait Till We Reach Mars


TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1964 -: BY BAY CROMLEY
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'-fl Wasfctot Correspondent


I Small Claims Court Study NeededThe .. Newspaper Enterprise WASHINGTON Assn. (NEAl


The Mars mot this month could lead eventually to scientific .
director of the Greater Naples Court bench must continue his private gains much greater than will be achieved by the moon

i hamber of Commerce have suggested law practice. program.
of men working on
hat the Collier County Bar Association The Small Claims Court was initiated biology A private showed poll the at a average recent meeting SCientist in he group to be space 75 to

iom with it in conducting study of the here to accommodate business firms with 80 per cent certain there is some sort .of life on the red planet

Small Claims Court to determine its effectiveness bad accounts: of 'less than $500 The Mars and the earth have been gamble separate ways

and the extent of its serviceto creditor simply makes a claim in the for Mara at will least certainly one billion have years.developed Any along lines or different other life from on

the community. It is proposed that court, pays a nominal filing fee for each hfe on earth. A study of those differences is almost certainto

recommendations based on the study be claim entered, and the judge hands downa lead to new discoveries about how the human body works

made, available to the County Commission decision. No attorneys fees or other Because radiation is heavy on Mars itself, any under life there continued must
to protect
have developed some way
which is basically responsible for court costs are involved, as is nor- radiation. Such knowledge would be priceless to earth

the Small Claims Court, and other interested mally the case with claims for larger humans. Scientists are eager to see if the system used by

groups.At amounts which must be filed In higher Mars plants or other forms of life could be adapted to some
in nuclear
sort of protection for men and women caught raids
the present time the Small Claims courts.In.

Court is without a judge. If memory other words, Small Claims Courtis DIFFERENCES IN THE EVOLUTION that OF could MARS and earth
produce valuable
plant life could lead to experiments -
serves us right, Judge John Emerson was generally speaking, for the benefitof new plant hybrids.

the fourth person to occupy the bench local merchants and individuals who There Is evidence of some sort of life on Mars In areas

since the Small Claims Court was Initiated need aid In collecting bad debts whichare where the temperature mles from that of a cool room downto
minus 200 degrees Fahrenheit every day. Discovery of
here just a few years ago. The not large enough to justify the expense the secret of this ability to withstand tremendous temperature

'jrnover in judges has been rather rapid. of collection efforts through higher 7/ changes would be priceless for agriculture.

The time has come, as the Chamberof courts. t Scientists here say that almost every time we have found
of exotically-different life-animal or plant or whatever
Commerce has indicated, for a long, There is no doubt that the court has 6 groups-we have learned new things about ourselves.

hard look at the Small Claims Court pic been useful here, but to what extent is 900r
IN THE PAST SEVERAL DECADES, the sea has been
ture apparently the unknown factor. Perhapssome 5 somewhat like Mara That is, much of the life in the seas is

Obviously the position of Small expression from the local merchants IES greatly different from that on land.

Claims: Court judge( does not now pay association would be helpful in ::II- Many important discoveries of these differences.about man have been made
by taking advantage
enough to make it worthwhile for the determining this '
''.. .< ., ""';'!: < One exotic or my different type of life in the ocean Is
attorney selected, particularly if he Is required If a Small Claims Court is to be continued J_ .""',.:..""i._ .. :. ;'n.i, :.:...; the squid. The squid fortunate! has a nerve fiber 10,000

to conduct the business of the and in all probability it will If times as large as hose In human beings. By experimentswith
his _lN_ ::__:':W f 'J Wf. Wf: :;; this creature, scientists hate made great enemies! ad-
court in own office and with his own the proposed? survey turns out as expected : : tances In the treatment of nenous and mental disorders.

personnel then it behooves the County From this same squid scientists have learned a great deal

If the study proposed by the trade Commission to make the judge's pay The Best of BoyleBY lET about what generates the electrical nerve impulse in humansand
a great deal about the enzymatic process in nerves that
body discloses that the court is neededin commensurate with the '
responsibilityand
enable nerves to transmit one impulse and recover quicklyso
the community, and is doing an effective usefulness of the court to the community HAL BOYLENEW TO TEIS1'L as to be able to send another

job for those who avail them. ; to provide office space and personnel : The squid has made possible new developments in chemical
defenses chemical warfare. It has led
warfare and in
selves of its services, then County Com- to properly handle the businessof YORK (AP) Things a above that for those who went to to better insecticides. against

,iision should ask the local Bar Associa- the court; and to make available one columnist might never know Ube college
didn't his mall Mother have you ever noticedthe LIFE Mars
open : UNUSUAL PLANTS OR OTIIER on could leadto
fin to recommend a suitable salary for of the two courtrooms for Small Claims Drowning la the fourth highest wan smile on the face of a KEEP DOGS OFF TOO equally important discoveries. They will, of course, be

the fudge, and make some arrangement Court use. cause of accidental death In supermarket manager when you years in coming

whereby the ludge could have office By so doing, the Small Claims Court America and four out of five come Into his store with a child? Editor, Collier County News Though there are Mars shots this month the major close-
who drown art male That's because It costs the aver I would like to go on record up biological studies are several years away. A Mars orbitis
space In the courthouse with a clerk would gain new respect, the presiding For generations, musicians age supermarket $3,100 a yearto and Join the many voices In opposition planned for 1969. The landing of a package that will study

(probably on a parttime basis) to handle (judge would be in a position of dignityand have held that the quality of replace equipment and mer. to ANY vehicle being Martian life (of any) and send back messages is planned for

the routine business of the court while honor which would guarantee that wood affects In Its a tone musical, but Instrument a dentist stars chandlse damaged by young permitted on the beaches of 1971 and again in 1973.

the fudge Is involved in his law practice. capable attorneys would be glad to accept at the University of Southern Folklore Eating pudding and Collier County I would also

It Is seriously doubted that the countycan It, and the business of the court California claims that a clarinet milk will make your hair curly. like every possible effort madeto
made from a section of plastic You will live longer If you sleep prohibit the walking of dogs
at this stage at least, afford to pay would be handled capably and In an garden hose produced just sf with your head to the north. To along our beaches. The World TodayBy

for the fulltime services of an attorney, orderly manner through a court clerk good music. keep from catching contagious It's disgusting whit people

and it is required that the judge be an trained for the work.If People fib most about their diseases, wear a tarred string allow their dogs to do among JAMES MARLOWEAasecleled
ace, the number of times they around your neck. If you read the bathers reclining on the Press News Aitelyet
attorney Until such time as this is pos the county Is to have a Small Claims go to church, and how often all the gravestone epitaphs In a Deacn.. u these people .have no J

sble.; whoever sits on the Small Claims Court then let's have a good one. they brush their teeth. cemetery, It will cause you to regard for others, and disregard James Marlow Is on vacation.
lose bative quick to debate
your memory. re.
Old-fashioned homicide Despite It was Judith Anderson who every decency,they shouldbe spaded for his knowledge of
all the lethal weapons observed "There Is nothing en. denied these privileges. legislation and a hard.drlvlng
available to killers, one out of Naples and Collier
during In life for a woman ex. County supporter of Johnson's leglsla.
every eight murders In the cept what she builds In a man's Is no longer the wilderness It By HARRY KELLY tlon.

others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS world hands.Is still done with the bare heart." once was and Its about time dent- WASHINGTON Johnson la(AP preparing) Preil.to'1, Also he was the man Johnson

people realize It and face facts. personally picked to make the
Quotable notables "A bore I.I la send his own legislative .
; pro.'
The majority of us have selected keynote address at the party's
fellow who opens his mouth gram along the old, atorm..we
Naples as a place to live Atlantic City convention.
and puts his feats In It" Hen. congressional trail.
because it Is a clean quiet So the word is being whls.
ry Ford.A community This time It will carry his
pered around that Pastore Is the
British doctor found that QUICK QUIZ with excellent beaches. brand alone rather than the 1
best bet to end
Senate
wran.
many men who carne to him for If a few are going to abuse Joint JFK.LBJ sign of the pre. up
glen for the LBJ !In the
-v- treatment for heartburn simply Q-What is the Levant these privileges we will no vlous Congress The Texas program
-. '1 : were wearing their belts too A-Levant la a generic longer attract the type of person rancher Is sure to watch over las new Congress.
,- 1.. tight. When they switched to name for the eastern Mediterranean that appreciates s fine corn- If It were a prize newborn

suspenders, the symptoms dls. coastlands community.
particularly calf.The NEWS FROM
'' Ert appeared.Can to Greece, but congressional signs bode
those of Asia Minor and Syria. There has been a lot of effort weU for the PreIdent's pro. WASHINGTONASSOCIATED

I you name two presidentswho and money expended In gram. Johnson's Democrats will
entered the White House as Q-Where Is the greatest this area to establish a beau have their biggest majority in PRESS
bachelors? They were James silver deposit of all time tiful community and way of the House since the New Deal

Buchanan and Grover Cleve A-Cerro Potosi In Bolivia, life that Is hard to duplicate.Let days and have Increased their
land. Cleveland married a few ,discovered in 1544. This conical top.heavy edge in the Senate.
us keep It that
months after his Inauguration. 'I volcanic peak Is said to way. But big majorities don't duo WASHINGTON AP) As.
Hint to housewives: Don't 1 have had 2 billion ounces of May 1 congratulate you, your ale Johnson The man who made slstant Secretary of State WU.
wash eggs before you store I silver taken from It and some editorial staff, and all of our his reputation generating Demo lIam Bundy expects a decision
them In the refrigerator. Water 1 Is there yet.QWrl civic-minded citizens for their cratic forces In the Senate be. on U.s. Far Eastern policy to be
efforts In a beautiful made within the next law
destroys the protective film that establishing lieves that leadership Is the key
helps keep out air and odors. there any survivors community and keeping It to success weeks
Researchers at Rutgers Uni. iverslty i of the Battle of the that wsy. So he Is faced with a problem Bundy, assistant secretary for
have found that the -41am01ANo Ernest V.Jsrdlne filling Vlca Pre'Ident.elect Hu. Far Eastern affairs, said Mon.
h more educated the defender of bert day that while the basic sltua.
you are, every Naples, Fla. H. Humphrey's shoes as
; 1 more likely you are to drink. I the Alamo lost his life The the party's assistant leader tion In Southeast Asia has not
e Over half those with grammar 1 victims included the legend. or more descriptively, the whip changed as a result of the reCent -

school educations drink, but the try Ifigure scouts Davy Crockett and NEWS ON THE WAY In the Senate VJS. election, one thing has
rises to 70 per cent for J lames Bowie changed the mandate given
high school graduates, and 11'. a big job and big shoes. President Johnson.

,. ....,.." ., Editor, Collier County New*: Sen. Mike Mansfield, the ma. Bundy spoke to a meeting of
'" 'Im,1 \' i /: ; \ !.:,:,.H Please enter a subscription Jorlty leader, Is of a scholarly the Women'a National Demo.
f.g; flIIIlImJa.TON.CAltA or my son who U In the Navy nature, free o: pugnacity. Thus cratic Club.Pointing .
or the next three years. Bobs much of the heavy legislative to principles at.
uJ: J'
: I I :,! very Interested In Naples line plunging wu left to the firmed by Johnson for the Far
tw CkrlMM StfNwt UwltM 0 md what U going on there, and rtascato4alklng man In motlonj East, Bundy mentioned the bas.ic .
U.S. aim
Humphrey. of oeac and the
I think It would lot
mean a to
.\CROSS 24. Krluudtppcar' t.IS.. I IN. 8 A LI II him the Johnson approved of the way struggle for It. "Ther can be no
to on a regular
I ldrsl gull .l8 \ .. Co 0 R At. L. O F T basis.get paper ha did it, co much so that he doubt of our determination to

I wore 31 Mini I.* t D H 0 M A D Stlnn Picked him as his running mate, see It through," he said.
I R
Not only Is local coverage -
TV or Apathy to Blame 4 \ .alllrnnr your gaining a vice president but los. Bundy said the United States
7 Buddha. 52 .VurlcU PAD. H to y to It 8 V excellent, but I think your InC a Senate whip. would continue to play a major

It ti now being freely stated that the the few faithful who know the value of tau rid scrip' 53 Rmo\ IIIf I D t A. t. I M t Score I. treatment of national and world Who win replace Humphrey? role in the Far East.WASHINGTON .

British electors are completely fed up the franchise and art determined to exerclae 35 Slide by .n P U r NO. TO ri news on such a concise and Intelligent A number of senators want to

by the surfeit of General Election pro It. The time may arrive, and i II t Span 01 Umr A 8 t I D I H G. oJ A I D E'ears 'basis Is superior. Also tr,. Atomic (AP) The

grammes appearing on both televUlon many hope It will come: soon, when will elector be 38 Stupid R t Co t P t. C A It t. T your various articles and Russell Bt Long of Louisiana, announced Energy Monday Commission it had
who fall to cast their votes JlUI"I.: Mike Monroney
person and the of
excellent Oklahoma
are
channels since the campaign started The Hone SLTTCC LWLRS cartoons and recorded seismic signal from
disfranchised for ao many years 9 Ultra 1s of such size that John 0. Pastors of Rhode
We. llkewlie. hive become wearied of Government has brought about com Ham' 41>. nUnCU, paper s Wind all have the Soviet nuclear test area
SOLUTION 0' TISTIOAY'Suzzll much read the announced they
hearing the same argument and seeing pulilon in many other direction when 1 I1 Rug use non one can pretty would like the job and clr. which apparently indicated an
the Mine faces on our screen but *e this war found to be necesiary. Now lathe :14 cherlurn Presage whole thing without too much culated letters to their col. underground nuclear teat
: 9 M4t 5 lauded
4 effon and a lot out of It. The AEC's terse
ban gained relief by leaving the comfort time for any' Party, which gains la Ihonsied Ballad.. get leagues seeking support announcemesh
powers to bring about legislation to I Pi1: .000 IDS Mal llllt DOWN: i"P Undoubtedly, his address will Other names have been said the signals cam
of our flreitde and going out to make the electors wake up to their re- 1 III Chest u mined 1 MalfboM 6 sea be changing: from time to time, tloned, Including Sens. Edmund men. from an "event" in tile Semipa.
political meeting in Stirling and In the .possibility which ii that of electing a ..ltl'laD 47 Robin's 2 Turk Inolan but the present address will be Muskle of Main and latlnsk region. Later an AEC
have 7 .
Philip
west of the county. And what we 'sa'ss' A.
Parliament lo look after their Interests 21 \lorut"a home oAcn4J good through the 15th of December Hart of Michigan, spokesman aids "The absenceof
found That the candidates art speakIng pie
Today, we are obviously unable or too 48 E Ind Snake his acoustic signals Indicates It
When
to a mere handful of voters; Indeed, heart lazy to look after these interests. :U (;.mee weight 4J. wal,__ "r Sa'MU"< year'lIub.ertptton send Technically tilt President has (the shot) happened underground
on occailon, there have been more per- expires please "
J tIulBmulnina8 .
-TII. Scotland)
Stirling ( no nand
aons on the candidate's platform than 9 \10'4 '- the bill to me for renewal. In making the selection.

In the body of the hall We can recall Senior Center I IJ 4 !S a 011 I' ., reek Henry M. Curry 3rd the The(decision S Democrats will be made by WASHINGTON (AP) Mat

going ai I reporter to political meetings 10 HollH \' Sewkkley Pa. cus voting In can. Department press officer Rob.
before
'
in the mining village around our 0 1)ctp Congress opens art
J.
Bo"dola College has embarked upona But milting what a McCloskey, asked about
take Handing 19 Mucfawf quietly
burgh and having to notes 1T
'S r. reports
outside I because there wee no room in novel Senior Center program that will 0 20 Digit (EDITOR'S NOTEiTheewlrastaff spread word from the President Indonesia will explode s
nuclear
the hall. be watched with titteiest. if' 21 Ugr Is grateful for your complimentary CIA mean, Lone and Monroncy device next year, said
To-day small anU-raoms are more The program 'It. segregates all seniors :/ 0 / jJ' 24 Uar remarks and slacertiy have sought Johnson's ear. Lat. Monday that lie tad DO such

than ample to crommodatt thou who In a truer-building' complex: to a l. ; wren ) hope your son will find ar Wonroney told newsmen Information.
attend the meetings, It ia not eo much The Idea is to provide an integratedtotal ;0 / / :J5 S.rn. the paper as Interesting as you Johnson had Informed him he atomic H* pointed out that a small

I television ...,imh b keeping the elector leaning environment and thus return Ii. r.0 0 /. III t. l1 3* T,il.ghi de.) lust taking t band in It. Long reactor Indonesia re.
ealved
which germinate. dictators, and let the iiu 11n both the arts and sd- 1l'I', W ::0: 29 KM * * caucus would pick him I'OYt4. Inespeil of producing mater
ala
truth be known. the craze for bingo On enter and< Vat the two cannot bt divourd 30o. .baebetK COLLIER COUNTY NEWS ed President Johnson does not tor weapons."
Monday night, a flllhy one wculher 0 JI J. n Bock= enter the situation.
peaking, we attended a politic! meeting It is a i "ve designed to reduce theconlhct JI 'R IJ1 ..ekSupeelwre !MICNACLCNANCt.. HAVCM. AMMiat few -PuMuiwrTHOMAS stir '. the
'ctlantam
in Btfnnockburn.: On our way we between the "two cultures"the /fl < yX )4 I MARSHALL WVATT. A4v M.M(.rAiafftT SatIat. rooster of'the
peed a large queue waiting to go into sutiun Oft the one hand and the IJ, 41(1 !M [ coding j OPOIKA ..... (..... Lang Pastore, whom
I bingo session but when wt arrived humanity on the other.In 13 BUck I Ir DAVID HCNMANSON. Of. DlrecteLnc1' op ponent retards. II his tOllllelt A4........ .,,..:;... d ..... gee
at the Bannockburn meeting the crowd etubhihmg Senior Center program r<< t41 a 16 Hah
numbered fourteen, Including three BoKdom has earned the praise of r / 17 >."'.op. .. deey. ..car. -. wear lie mlehl.> Of all tile poe.sibilnlee v11."liu
Pressmen. those who believe liberal arts colleges: Iff / I" 0 41 Snullnih sea: C I*****.t.Pl.: :::" C: tile senator from'
: TiT.r--: N.. Rood bland arrears to be the TM| COtUH
It must Indeed be diaheartenlng to should produce literate men whatever 42 Mrdio.ilmtxtn 'lie COUNTY NIWJQtbt
P''''. eta, SJ.*a. Mud address f o. closest match to the
the candidates in their attempt to put their academic specialty. may be.-The nn.lawn' u 0..anw_ ... IW pattern Humphrey
over their respective: Party policies to Boston' Mer.!I4 41 Hud tv.il 1paen. .. ..., 11111 IoN ..itdp.rte'ne
A liberal, fc. U talma, corn.






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Win Over Michigan Keeps f! Shadowlawn's




Notre Dame Leading Field Wildcats Lose

N yli To Tice Tigers


By BIN OLAN The Associated Press college I
hOKT MYERS--The Shadow-
Associated Press Sports Wrtter football poll with only two
undefeated Notre Dune's lm.Bresctve weeks left before the national .+vnUdcsts youth football .QJJ

S4.7 Tictory over Mtobl.I" titleholder Is crowned. mi lost a tough 60 decision

State enIbIed the P'1IhUnc The weekend results foil'wed I I v, the Tie Tigers Saturday . . .
Irish to faicreeM tbelr lead In form sheets closely, thus the t 1,.hi when lice pushed acrossi

'only changes among the Top Kxklidown with only three
Ten Involved the bottom three ik mutes TO go In the game. COIUU COUNTY NEWS, N.pta *.U? fete? N*.*mb.. I I ""M 33f

places. rhe visiting wildcats found
Six Months Louisiana State, which beatW..t..lppl ., considers
i! Fillers improved
State 14.10 ad. '
,
I the that the
over team
vanced one notch to eighth. Syr. \
,adowlawn had beaten Yogi To Get
boys
acute and Oregon took over the : SEC
last two spots, replacing Oregon '11 i y wo i weeks earlier by a

Until Clay State and Georgia Tech. I i-o( score. The defeats neYIT -

Syracuse beat Virginia Tech were able to get their of*

20.15 and moved Into the No. 9 t9w toise moving this time,as Tlce blt$25,000$ Going

position. Oregon took over the concentrated on stopping Sha- R

Can 10th spot with a mi conquestof "law i awn's end sweeps.

FightBOSTON Indiana Oregon State, eighth After playing for seven weeks Away Present
week beaten
a ago, was by
L a row. Coach Bill CooksIl'y' ,
Stanford 18.7 and Georgia Tech, By THE ASSOCIATED,, ;

weight champion(AP) Heavy 10th last week, dropped a 24.? East Naples youngsterswin "This it going to be ourtoughiert NEW YORK (AP) Y3gl'
Cassius Clay have an date this hats with Tulane In the last'
hu found silver verdict to second.ranked Ala. open : Derra a twcMlme laser in Octo.I .
a
title defense he lining to the bama. coming> weekend. Naples 10 yearn," says Louisiana 61 alt 1 ber, may have his rake moult.i

against Sonny couldn't make Notre Dame, with an0 w Hawks Idle test week!t. will Coach Charles MrClendun. It today.
Llston. #
It will
help this year's Income tax. record, collected 34 first-place Ir travel to Punta Gorda Satur* "They've won two of their last 1 The deposed New York Van.

Clay to votes and 433 pouts In the bal. day for an evening battle with three names and have mom en.' keel manager with a f a"cOO
be known
"
by his Black Muslim name of being by a special panel of 45 the Tiny Tarpons. turn, add the L8U coach. hi 1,I golng.away gift from m- ,,: i

Muhammad All, spent Monday experts. Shadowlawn was held to two ran his Tigers through a reviewof bosses In hit pocket. was "< .\
Alabama, ,.0. drew nine first the kicking game In sweat I': peeled to become a member r
night in Boston City Hospital first downs one In each half clothes. .
from place votes and 400 points. The MondayThe the New York Mete c-oarhli ."
recuperating successful at lice by the bigger Tigers.
Tigers meet Tulane Sol
1
Crimson Tide trailed Notre staff at $40,000 per.vetr with
surgery Originally for he was a hernia scheduled Friday.for Dame by only 13 points a week "FORE! shouts Don Berry (I) and Chmlev nil"I h ding; behind A serious Tlce threat Just before urtlay In a 8uutheaMernConfer*1 the announcement forthcoming

a 15-round rematch with Liston ago. the bench as Dill Cunningham. up front. trra-oti N I"t1 t, !lu.w Hm is halftime was stopped when ence football game at New Or.1 at a Chta Stadium news: < onfor.once. .
Arkansas held third place .; ; ,, oiy Cowles recovered a Tlc leans. .
)
at Boston Garden. protecting his golf bait Set: story ( II.FWIhot:
Newsmen have not been with 381 points, followed by It.. fumble on the wildcat 16-yird Tulane Coach Tommy O'BoyU I Derra, who lost his ,ine.\'eai
muted per. braska with 307 and Texas 248. said three playera probabl': managerial tub a day' anon the
to His
see Clay. wife
Sonjl added ''1 won't Points were awarded on a basisof 'Appreciation Day' line.Almost the entire second half would be sidelined for the LSU' Yankees lost the deciding Wend
permit Fred HutchinsonLaid
pictures." 10 for a first-place vote, 9 for was played In Shidowlawn territory. match These Include end Jim 1 Series game to SI Loulv last
Saxon, who suffered a broken 1 I
But Dr. William V. McDer. second etc. Steve Johnson recover month reportedly will -11"1 I a
mott, professor of surgery at The Razorbacks and Corn To Rest In ed a fumble and Jerry Cooks hand In the Vanderblll gameO'Duyle's ,, each have Cracks son, Tommy who re. of
member
huskers 11.0. accept. Foursome Casey Stengel
Harvard University and dlrec. tothw.n
Happy Intercepted a
ed bids to the Cotton Bowl. Ar. ley pin Injured a knee In a pre.gam 1 I strategy board and oc atlonal
tor of surgery at Boston City the in the third ,
kansas trounced Southern Meth. Familiar Place Tigers quarter workout; and fullback George 1 plnch.hltltr
Hospital did meet with the odlst 44-0 and Nebraska defeat Out the Wildcats fumbled Coke, who suffered a twitted 1 I The $26.000 "bonus". which

press would not Monday.be able He to said Clay ed Oklahoma State 27.14 Satur. SEATTLE (AP) Fred the ball away on their eight knee against Vandy Derra will get If he 1It1pIt ,if
fight again dead of cancer at Records At In the last period. Coach Doug Dickey of Tennes*'
for six months but added the 23. day. Texas upped Its record to Hutchinson Big CypressA early the Job the Yankees offered him
Is 8.1 with a 28.13 triumph over 45, Is at rest today on a green Shadow lawn rose up and push see said he "had .confidence I In 1, after Ms dismissal as field boss

year-old remarkable champion progress and making Is Texas Christian and accepted carpeted hill overlooking Lake ed the Tigers back to the Hand his (team despite .lit JO.O loss toMlsMttlppI '' was made public Monrta b.

walking around his room. Bowl.an invitation to the Orange his Washington childhood and the scenes of foursome participating In the to win a Nassau on the 18 hole. took over on downs but before," he. "We've said. "The been..down...unIIII't Yankee. General Manager Ralpllnuk '

Harold Conrad publicity di. member "Appreciation Day" His first shot lilt the tree in the Wildcats couldn't gain .
rector for the fight did see Only three among the top five His friends by hundreds stood held Sunday at Big Cypress Coun. front of the green grated another and the punt tr.veledonly.eveny.rds. over. ThYo1cOl1c.nlr.t.ed "Dan Topping (Yankee pre:"*
with heads bare and bowed In un passing drills In getting the
teams are scheduled this Satur. dent and I felt atrongiv that
Clay and reported The Lip was try Club set a number of golf. player's ear and ended UI| Tlce needed four downs )
day. Notre Dame plays Iowa the warm autumn sun as last ready for K.n \Kk club owed Yogi al least that
back of tee for loss of 20
the
flapping again InC records which arent noted a the 10 the trough
to
to cover yards usual
rites said at Mount Olivet Kentucky went a his "
Arkansas meets Texas Tech and were much for long servto
In the record books re. yards. Playing it safe his golf.
"He's too much ,
talking Con. ,
line Quarterback Monday drill taking a look at
goal Larry ,
Nebraska closes Its season Cemetery for the man whose behind Hot* said In Ft. Lauderdale.
cords which should be took a
rad said. "The doctors tell quickly Ing partners cover
him against Oklahoma. Alabamaand life was dedicated to baseball Johnson sneaked the ball over Tennessee offenses and defenses. the Yankees' winter bate "".
not to talk so much and his 61 those below he had forgotten.Everything. clump of palms, but CharleyRice from the Coach Jak Green of Vandtr.1' cut when he went
( Texas are Idle until Thanks valleys one.Johnson tank a pay
happened StrokesIn failed to his golf
wU. trying to keep him quiet. giving Day when the Tide faces romped as a boy. Not far to the double figures on a number bag protect Oly Cowing, Mica bUt has singled out sophomore' from player to manage)
"In a way he's I lhapp). But Steve Devil to furnish a neededboo.t
north Is
Auburn and the Franklin
in another he Isnt. He's Just the Longhorns meet High of holes weren't uncommon. For Cunningham's second IhClt ,1that's Cothron Gary Goodnight, Job tu the Commodores' runt i "I havent heard from him yet

discovered that this will be a Texas AtM. School field where he first Instance, one golfer plucked his right, you guessed It, witha Evans: Tom Cow lei,and Jackie fling Devil was moved Info tboul wanting to go ehtewhenmod
big year for him as far as taxes The Top Ten, with flrst-placs gained notice u promising ball out of a sand trap, saying plop heard over most of the Sorer! were among Shadowliwn the game squad's tallbaik position I hope he del'lde i" alp

are concerned. votes In parentheses, and young' pitcher There, too, IsSicks ''I quit" he had already course the ball hit tin bag,dl tap. players who did good work on In preparation for Friday night'sgame But he's free to do what II.

"K will cost clot*to 275,000 In points Coast Stadium the Pacific taken 12 strokes up to that point. petted inside, leaving a neat en. defense with Miami ante and he still guts the mono
1. Notre Dame (34) 433 League park where Fred One of the foursome hit three There ."
try hole was some die.
training expenses and for the 2. Alabama won his 19th oarh Ray Graves, << Florida ty
de (9) 400 prote..ionalam. balls In the lake at number 11 custlon of the penalty Dorra signed a two.year I nt
first time he's got alos. to de. .tt.ched. lot d offensiveflreworki <
on his 19th said he expects a
Sri duct. 3. Arkansas ((2) 381 birthday field to then matched the effort trying to and Just how the ball should be Name FSU TackleState's In the with FlorIda tract as a special field i oniult.
which game
he
4. Nebraska returned twice In later
"That pleueahlm," 307 cross the lake at number 12 played. state Saturday, "but It will ant for the American League
6. Texas years as
I Dr. McDermott, who operated 248 manager. Rice wasnt loo unhappy about what's front that cII.III1Iand i club effective Nov I. but aA
6. Michigan Chums of his boyhood and College be up
/l on Clay for about an hour, said 238 friends of the TOPS EVERYTHING the punctured bag "It'smyblrth.day the team that controls the, escape clause permitted him ti
7. Ohio overflowedthe
/' that he had recommended Im.mediate State 185 Rainier man But the climax came on the 18thtee. maybe my wife will buyme line of scrimmage will win the i, accept another post tf he d_ '
8. Beach
I f emergency surgery andthat 9. Syracuse Louisiana State 132 Church where Fred Presbyterian There It was that Bill Cun.nlngham a new one as a birthday pre. Lineman Of Week game." He had, the offensiveand sired
was bap.
,
he took the case himself gg stepped up to the tee, sent," was his comment defensive lines smashing it Ills anticipated signing wttju
10. Oregon 32 used, where he taught Sunday to halve the hole JACKSONVILLE (AP)-TrankPennle will end U-yearJ
without fee School needing only Cunningham was permitted to each other tn what he tailed lhrath ..fie Mete an
"The patient Is doing remark day he classes and where, Man. ,nib the ball out of the bag end< Florida Hate's Jout.4, *** Monday that Florida, corner In the Yankee.orgnltXa
was eulogized by the' lined for his third shot A 242.poun tackle, Is the Lineman lion 29. played (01 the-*
ably well, Dr. McDermott add. up had all
Rev Qbert E., Sullivan Its has year :k'.vr :
Close Contest pas.tor of the Week In state college font : 148
until he
ed. "He no longer Is on Intra. at funeral services mighty swing and the ball skim The relit of the SIC teams erf,, re.
venous feeding. He Is on a full The 700 of them hear. AppreciationDay med out through the little treesIn ball. taking a few days off since they placed Houk as manager lest
many
liquid diet. Including cereal, Ladies the front of the lake ind dlsap. In FSU't 284 victory over Al. dint play lalurdty wren. He was the American
log services
Among by loudspeakerIn Goes Over
custards and gelatins. He Is basement peared with s splash lactic Coast Conference leader League's mot valuable player
able to get out of bed for a auditorium were Cunningham dropped another North/ Carolina Stale, Pennle 1151. Itt4 and I9S5
up
told
by the Rev. Mr. Sullivan Well At
varying periods and walk Of Big Cypress ball In front of a mower was graded at 93 per cent by U Bern becomes a Met, he
CypressThe
they made the largest
up throng Russel)
around his room and the corridors. In church stood lathe K parked nearby, at the Insistenceof the demlnole coaching staff. Expect will be learning up with i t.'rmer
They
history. wu member "AppreciationDay" partners and whaled swayat "It was easily his bentgame," Yankee pll<4 V'engel' wh. re.
Dr. McDermott said Clay will second round of the first aisles. They filled the at Big Cypress Country what edged, up to stroke num. said Coach till! Peterson "'Ie Hack With Colin tarred to Yogi as "my assistant

be discharged from the hospital Eleanore DuBane TrophyTour- church foyer Club Sunday, and members ber eight He made no contrlbu. consistently stacked up doulde DALTIMORK' (AP) Cairf manager" when both wore Yan.
next weekend after which hell nament sponsored by the Big The pastor spoke of the career agreed the golf climaxed with lion to winning the Nassau. team Interference and let our Dill Russell was expected to|: bee pin stripes
of .
the man who had managed barbecued beef and chicken ." .
need another three weeks of Women's Colt; Association Anything ran ha|>peii on the golf linebackers make a lot of lac.klei. '
Cypress the Detroit Tigers, the St. Louis ed by John Riley and Oeore'O'Or..n return to action with his C.lllte'teamm.t. ..-..' ,
quiet and recuperation. course and sometimes tae .. under
under tonight after
got way Cardinals and the Cincinnati' added up to a day to Pennle. bothered early In the
November 16, with all part Reds And he spoke of the man 1 be "appreciated." season by diabetes, had five going hospital tests fur eihaue.tlon "FSU Gator; On

Sea cipants teeing off before 10 he knew as one whose great Bob Arlck, who was the win. Pete Sncll Breaks tackles and four assists and one and Inability to deep
ajn. Scores: for the first two bulk and outward gruffness hid i I ner of a card entitling him to recovered fumble. The National Basketball Atsn. Sun Fowl's Lint!

rounds are running very close a bumble heart. ;I playing privileges at the club for Own World Record honorable mention elation champions meet the Dal.
Receiving ,
tlmore flullets tonight after two i HL PASO Tel (AP>-Florlda
Golden Gate "If uked to help with some I a was heard to "Next ,
year
say
with Mrs. DuBane two strokesIn AUCKLAND, New Zealand were nab Brown, Miami (aril*) days off.Russell. and FlorIJi Stale were Included
the lead against Perry Carr. church endeavor the pastor ;:rear, every" day will beapprecla. (AP) Peter Knell of New. Zen Dirk Hermann rsv lliw Mck-ri had been held t_n>, Monday on the selection Hat un
would 'Well do
said "Fred I I tlon
Net scores for the first and say day land, a double gold medalist at and Rick OUlls, Tampa tarkle.Selections nights and a day at M. FJIta.beth's .the tier.6 Sun Howl twitball
L Guest second rounds are as follows the best we can.did the In everything best he, Prize winners among t the men the Tokyo Olympics, batteredhis were announce" by Hospital In notion by or.''lam', Representative x the)
he always golfers Included
E. DuBane, 72- 8j P. Carr. could.A the IoUo..lnr.Flnt own world record In the mile Jack llalreton, president of the der of Ur. John Doherty, team i'fun Howl plan to talk tll the
night Burt Walworth, today by tbree4enthe of a sec. florid forts Writers Associt schools this weekJustyourstyle
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Baugham. procession a mile In length
8JJ2.71j Jack Winters 80.8.721and ) md with JiH.t: clotting hon
Rich 73-791 J. Bowes 76-76j took a twisting lakeshore road Dale Williams 763.73.

E. Reeves, TJ-T5j.T. Sackman, to the cemetery, where again Second Flight. flub Arlck, 89.

81-1-4.1. McCennls 86-70j M. the minister spoke briefly as the 2U8. ] Bob aaeon,17.16.71t with

Gordy. T7-81| M. Banks. 81- casket rested on Its stand tn the Fred Pauly Vern Allen and II,

79| A.0'Drleo81'83ipJones. family plot next to the gravesof R. Smith deadlocked at 72.
Fred's father and mother, Third night Dewey Craig
83-81| M. Schneider. 82-87] E. ,
Drool 90-82 and C. Coffman The bearers were his lifelong 9844.74; Bob Steel!, 9944.78;
TRADINGSTAMPS 1 1n 9791. friends, among them president John Scott, 111.36.7Sand GlenMad.y
Dewey Soriano of the Pacific 98.23.73.
Pairings for Thursday No Coast League and newspaper
VI Baker with 10047.73 won
vember 19th. an as followst columnist Emmett Watson. The ,first prize for the lades lie 65 I 10 Polar A big handsoma hunk of mat ninety at

Du-Dane -J. Rldi| P.Cirr- honorary bearers were friends :Bros tart was second with 8742 rising eyebrows all over the f ountrv Outside neat
A. O'Brien T. Sideman M. from many walks of life Industrialists 75, .
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Gordy J. Baugham C. Coff- Peggy Smith, dropping one
man} M. Banks -J. McGenrtJi scouts and former players all ,within five feet of the pin on Me r Out' ki too, With a 383 cu in V8 standard equipment th;iti.

FREE J. Bowes M. Schnelderi E. for the day merely friends I number two won the closest e r I i. MS regular g4s best Climb in and take a look arnui d
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players limber up while Coach Keith Ortfhi observes. Btlgh sga,, r, .

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Portraits In Food' At Tahitian Cove Asks Advertise BusinessTo



lj' -. Profit Role
Coal i Miners

Area's FirstCooking JACIOONVILUC: (AP)- BttSlnewsmen .
should publicise the
For School Local Architect Designs major role played by profits In
Copper the free enterprise system, the
president of OwensJUlnoUaiaM

WASHINGTON (AP) It Opens Tomorrow Stage Setting For 'Mikado'When Co. said today.In .
lint easy for families to pull uptakes an address prepared for the
but to combat unem. Collier County fink cooking v 48th annual meeting of the Flor.

ployraent the government if school, titled "Portraits the curtain rises on the will nut Friday and Saturday. Ida Chamber of Commerce R. H.
helping recruit hundreds of job. in Food" will get under way Naples Players' production of November 20 and 21. at 8tl5pjn. Mulford of Toledo, Ohio said

less Appalachian coal miners tomorrow morning at the Tahitian Gilbert and Sullivan's perennial at the Senior High School bustneewnen have "a great responsibility .
to understand and
for the Montana copper mines. Cove auditorium j favorite "Mikado," on Fridayand auditorium as well as season the
communicate true
Import.
60 far, officials are pleased with The auditorium
doors will : tickets for the Naples Players'fourpl'y
Saturday nights theatre- ance of profits to our private en.
the remits.Bald at 8t30 a.m. and classes j
open a most season are now on
goers will greeted by terprlse economy.
Montana EmploymentB.rvlce
% will 9i30
start at under Mrs.
report recentlyt "Many unusual stage setting sale "Our Job Is to combine labor
of the new miners hare already Rebecca Tan. Miss Katherine Although the Players are "Mikado" tickets are $2.25 capital and management with the
earned more In one month than Blackshear and Miss Ellen Can* known for the effectiveness of for adultS $1.00 for children objective of producing a total

they made In an entire year In a trell, of Florida Power &: Light their stage scenery the "Mi Season tickets are $6.50 for which is greater than the sum
aeries of odd Jobs back home!. Company's nome service de \ M kado" set will certainly: be the adults. $1.00 for children. of Its parts," he said. "The excess .
But, the same report pointed partment. Admission to "For most unusual and striking piece Season or Individual show is profits and this Is the
out "The story did not have a traits in Food" la free, of ". of work seen on the Naples tickets may be ordered by mall component which makes It pos.
happy ending for all of the new course.Wednesday's. C.R. McCool.Treasurer Bible for us to grow to researchand
I I stage In many years say those by writing to provide values which are
arrivals. Some of them soon
classes will 1 Box 604 Naples
Rt.
became lonely for the old famll. who have seen the plans ever greater to the consuming
tar haunts and a few more dis show Collier County women (or o In producing the setting for by phone by calling Ray Wainat public.1
enchanted. Others Just could men if theyire skilled In skillet) "Mikado", Naples architect Midway 2-2155 or they may Mulford said, "A company

not make the grade as hard. how to prepare gourmet foods I .A Don Nick makes hU first excursion be purchased at De Coil Tile should identify Itself with each

rock miners. forThanksglvlng. Thursday, into the realm of stage Company Naples Camera Shop community in which It operates."
The story is being written Mrs. Tan and her able tssU-% design and the result is considered The Book Nook, The Gift and The firm has $36 million invested .
Jointly by federal and state em. tarns will demonst rate prepara- a happy one, for Nick Yarn Bazaar The Gallery Naples in Florida, where Its fa.

ployment services and two independent tlon of Christmas dishes. I brings to the task not only his Beach Store Naples Printing cllltles Include a contalnerboard
unions the United MineWorkers mill and corrugated box plant In
The school is cosponsoredby training and experience as an Company, Dunbsr's Office
of America and the Jacksonville a box plant In Ml.
Sunshine Foodway, Florida and Office
creamy .architect but a skill as an Supply Shepard's
ami several hundred thousand
Mill International and Smelter Union Workers.of Mine, Power &: Light Co.. and the Tl'RTLETlE I CANDIES/ A wonderful combination of pecan halves amateur artist Supply. Tickets will also be acres, of owned or leased timber

The coal fields of Appalachia Collier County Dally News caramel and chocolate coating!. The problems facing Nick available at the door on per- lands in the Jacksonville-Gaines.

are among the most depressed Those attending the school were twofold firsttoproducean formance nights. vile area.
nation. will have an opportunity to win effective Japanese garden
areas of the Employ.
merit has plummeted from many valuable merchandise Professional Candy from Your KitchenBy scene and, second, to do so In (
about 450,000 in 1848 to 125,000 prizes Including a portable television a way that would permit the

today, and with Increasing Do set each day, three movement of large numbersof
matlon there Is little chance of 10-lb. turkeys provided each CECILY BROWNSTONE TURTLETTE CANDIES ,minutes. Stir In butter about I people on the stage at one
reversing the trend. day by Sunshine Foodway Associated Prate Food Editor Small pecan halves (9 to 12 teaspoon at a time. Turn heat time. The resulting scene design
What the federal government ounces) low. Boil gently and stir t 1y
three six-months subscriptions con '
ANY COOK who would like to is complete with Japanese
ts doing. making these miners 2 cups light cream stantly until temperature reaches
to theCollterCountyDally i I turn out a delectable tailing and tea-house and garden with pool 'gh5)
many haven't worked In the 2 cups sugar 248 degrees on a candy thermometer )
News, and other electric appliances professional looking. candy and
bridge cheacxingareasare .
fields In years aware of the 1 cup light or dark corn syrup or until a small amount of yet
useful In the kitchen should b. interested In this
Job opportunities in the Montana 1/2 teaspoon salt the mixture dropped into very excellent
mines. The Labor Department and home. Samples of CocaCola' recipe. 1/3 cup butter or margarine cold water torn a firm ball Tickets for "Mikado," which
The friend who pitted it alongto
diet drink
new "Tab
emphasizes that the migrationis 1 teaspoon vanilla that does not flatten on removal
strictly voluntary; no govern will be served along with miniature ui called the candies' Tur- 1 package (12 ounces) semisweet from the water. Remove from
tlettei. Good name'! Pecan
ment pressure Is appUed. loaves of Miss Nineteen halves and caramel candy make chocolate piecesOn heat. Gently stir in vanilla; cool U.S. Coast Guard
In the past two years, miners bread. buttered cookie sheets slightly
have been recruited from Ala. Mrs. Tan said many of the turtle sweet shapes chocolate; a coating forma the of cover semi- mange 4 dozen groups each Pour about 1 teaspoon of the Fighting Fire On :

buna, Kentucky, Tennessee, dishes prepared on stage will ing. The remit? Candies that consisting of 4 pecan halves.In slightly cooked caramel mixture ,y
Virginia, West Virginia and be presented to members of look like miniature turtlea. a large heavy saucepan over the center of each group of Loggerhead KeyKEY
Pennsylvania to won in Mon. the audience. heat the cream to lukewarm. Pour pecan halves, half covering
tana, where recent develop Before and after cooking The pecans ire arranged on out I cup; reserve. To the remaining each nut, to resemble turtles. WEST AP A Coast
merits In open-pit mining of buttered cookie sheet and the lukewarm cream in the Let cool about 10 minutes. Guard tire fighting ere.-traveled 1 ,
low-grade ore created a short classes Interested persons will caramel I li spooned over them. saucepan add the sugar corn Melt semisweet chocolate 60 miles by helicopter Mondayto +
age of copper miners. have an opportunity to Inspectthe syrup and sslt. Cook and stir without stirring over hot (not put out a fire on Isolated
After training to adapt to cop. latest electric household The caramel li an old friend constantly over moderate heat boiling) water; stiruntil smooth. Dry Tortugas Islands. .
,per mining the men can makeup appliances that will be displayed the belt rule of this aort that until mixture boils Very slowly Spread over each turtle candy. The crew was dispatched from 'l
to $30 a day more than a by local firms. we've ever come upon. The Mir In the reserved 1 cup cream When set wrap each candy in here after the fire of undeter. Y
fully employed miner in the coal Collier Coumlans, both men chocolate needs only to bem.lted 80 mixture a..n not stop boiling clear plastic film. Makes about mined origin was spotted by /
fields. and women are being issued a and apreid. Cook and stir constantly for 3YOU'RE 4 doien. Coast Guardsmen stationed at a 1 r
cordial invitation to attend both One hint: If the last of the lighthouse on Loggerhead Key.
caramel gets a little too thick to The fire consumed four aban.
Drive Carefully And Live Wednesday and Thursday.COLLIE .
apoon over the lait of the nun, doned wooden buildings which w'-- .,_
)lUll place it over hot water untilIt Duplicate Bridge formerly housed government
I 6 COUNTY NEWS N.pl.. Rs. TUM. Novtmb.f 17, IU4 li' manageable. laboratories. It also burned about 4\
five acres of brush.Loggerhead .
Key is about two
miles from Garden Key site of
Club Looks AheadTo
Fort Jefferson a national mow

WEEKS APPLIANCE CO. ment. Only Loggerhead and Gar.
den Keys among the group of
half a dozen Islands or keys are
Annual PartyBy Inhabited
See our display of fine electrical appliances at "Portraits

in Food" Wed & Thurs. at Tahitian Cove M. McMURRY area will be arranged for Bridge have gone astray should contact
Seventy-etght players enjoyed Progressive Bridge will be play. Pennywltt.
two-section Mitchell move. I ed, five hand rubber at each ta. The club will hold Its weekly
Open the doors to ment games at the Naples Duplicate 1 ble before progressing It Is ex. game next Friday November 20, "IT CAN CE THE ELECTRIC: CHAIIl" ns far as a
j. Bridge Club last Friday I pected that the attendance will at the Woman's Club. The 7:30 job is conivrned if vou do nut know how to Kit duiiiiK
night. I necessitate five sections and at p.m. scheduled starting time Is nn mtl.'l''le111..' L '< Hudson (1) I xplnlna to Stephanie

GREEN SECTION NorthSouthI I the end of the play, prizes will perhaps only a fond hope but I Hall. Mrs Hudson 111\8 speakmjt before members
( FoodaraiuaLiviiig had lO'/fctables with average I be awarded to the flrst and second those definitely wishing to play of the )istJ'ibutlF.ehlC'lItioll" Club at Senior
.r score of 121 Vi. The team of I high scorers in each section. Any shouldn't gamble on their ar. N
Ihjfh yesterday. ( NEWS; photo)
''I Mrs Berta Turner Jrls Mllllgan I member whose Invitation may rival time.

scored well with 150Vpolntsj;2nd,
--J\ Mrs Joyce Tenney.Mrs. 1..Me.' wwwFAMOUS
Fabulous "NoFrost"FOODARAMA Burn*? 1411] 3rd, Mrs.Grace Pun. I
chea.Mrs. Jeanecte Cralge 1S91
4th, Mrs. F. Albut.Mrs. T. Bon.I I GE

inl 1361(! 5th, Mrs. E.V. Penny. I
wltt.Mn. J. Roodhouse 128. Just
missing average at 121 were Mrs I FILTER-FLO WASHER
William Frinklln.R. Mullen 12U I

Etst.West with 11 tables, had I
an average of 1C8 and Gene "
Moore, Jr..!... Irlon were tops I m't"'f Drji1! WUI1J
Relvinator at 137)) 2nd, the Earl Lane 122Vi} '

by Ird, Mrs Alice Bowllng.Mrs. I ..
Nellie Bridge 119; 4th, the Harry -
Pet'rlII8. 5th, Arthur Brackett. ,
Dr. D. Mosher
M. llSVi.
I See our display of General Electric
PINK SECTION North-South
average 108. The George Smiths I appliances at

had a very good game with 1451 "Portraits In Food"

'a I i la i .loo j 2nd, the Sam Leaders 12CMj3rd; I &
y Wednesday Thursday
I 1 the Harry Bauers 119'Aj' 4th, Stu.
art Ko t.rf43ruce Boynton. Sr. 9:30: AM

___ UJ"j. Tahitian Cove Auditorium
I
q ---. East.West .. The J. Walkers
: I I R4 y 133'/jj 2nd, Mrs Harold Weed. I

*_ r' Mrs Corwin Watts J:4Ya; 3rd, I
the Dr. Earle Wheelers I23j; 4th,
--.- the Myron Boyds 1171| 5th, the 1.I I ,
: I .U '\" Summers 108. The J. Roedlgers I v F'e e !!!' THRIFTY 30" .

: !,,, \vt were Just under averagewithi07.ANNUAL I
"' "
I IoI"N :;" HISPEEDRange
PARTYVic t- ,
Pennywltt announced that I :G4F l('

Invitations to the annual Christ I ; ,
mu party, to be held December I
and, were mailed this put week ,
and all are urged to return the Model WAo04 A
postcards enclosed: Promptly I Kq a surface
,
Ri.r
Plans have been formalized.rouo.Inl I Giant 12 Ib. capacity

the dinner at the Beach
t Club, there will be a short I 41 Unbalance Load Control e r.41.'' see

ness meeting of members at I
Wafer Sever Load Selector
which the year's financial report I
will be presented and electionof ;-

place next year's officers wild take Regular $239.95

) e "drip r..ktsp
During this period the dining I
Fam..e rwy-clne"
Now $12095 LIP lehrslodal
12 cu. ft. deluxe refrigerator / 53WOnly

and 5 cu. ft. upright freezer :

all In one cabinet only 41' wide! No,Money Down GOOD IS I Only trade rasa $12990

You live better for lets with Foodarama! Your Less than $1 week HANDS I I NO MONEY DOWNOther

family eats better meals you live time by N I
hopping lees save money on food bills by Kelvlniter bring yea greater value ITHh Models from $1 sua W 'T I i

having room for"specials."Entertaining's more i ddatrykntconlymnualnmdrltksnhrr.Nrlnn. : .
fun because you can prepare everything in ttw concentrate n bm "totprevemefirt"" btiIII'fI', \
advance. There'a no frost to defrost anywhere tlltnllo..stulOOIIllltIty."tdalld.pP"Md, l .....
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and have huge freezer riM in t'RAlegAare 8ELECTRIC DEALER I
you
space your BecMte tM Constant Salt Impievw PWI'am.kitchen.St.ntwonderfulFoodsrsmaLvingnow' ---..;- .... '"'
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LEAGUE STANDINGS 'IEGLER'S F One Dead;




Pine Lanes Brookside ORNER B> HAZE: \RntMlMjllBROOHSIDE Pair Lost

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CONTRACTORS CON5TRUCDONEERS
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In Storm
Fuller Industries 29 7 Townsend Produce 31 5)

Utcher Cons 87 9Wood Naples Federal 22 14

Chrysler 94 12 Schreck Const. 19 17 BOWL WILLIAMS, Arts (AP) A .st ri
hider &San 211/2 141/2 Allied Paving 1 19 17 lIMa Bowk's MI was high n.y.ar-old youth fighting frost

Metslcrsft 181/2 171/S Moose Lodge: 19 17 la fee BJO aIde Minted Prep. bite and a raging snowstorm .

Diley Distributors 17 19 Standard Oil 1 19 17 store Leegve Saturday morning brought rescuers to his hiking:

Moons Masonry 16 20 Dewey Polly Realty 18 18 M OkM rotted a nice 151 (am*. companion Monday only to find
him roan to death in Arlioiu
>tone BuiWers 141/2211/3 Sawyers Carpet & Uttto Bill Jensen scored the high
114 and turned In a Ml rugged northland.
lrestone 12 22 Tile 17 19 punt, a ,
set. Terry Graham was the high Young Michael McBrIde was
Auto 131/2
Pine Ridge 281/2 Naples Police Dept. 14 22 girl of the league with a 112 hospitalised' with frostbitten feet

Cadillac Amoco 12 24 AUted Paving #Z 14 22 gam and 216 [am* series and after his futile attempt to save j4 Yr

Moorings Texaco 9 27 Boat Haven 9 27 Mary Harris hit a 101 gam*.Kenny Abram William Clark, 51, of i Yt

Roark tossed a 1S8.SS9, Dav. Bell Garden, caW.
WOMEN'S CHURCH COMMERCIAL Id Loach a 215 set, Ray Jensen A search was to begin today, 1 n

Lutheran 30 14 Wimp's Texaco 31 13 360, Forrest Goodlette 126.242; for Clark's wife, Nellie, 54, and .y rM

Holy Bowlers 27 17 Luffs CMC 30 14Brehm's and Steve Croak rolled a a90gam r the youth's father George Mi. t
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Bride of Jerome, Aria
Trinity 20 24 Atlantic 28 16 Temper.
atures were expected: to drop to
20 24
Baptist
First Anchor Lounge 27 17,
of Brooksld Bowl near hero In the canyon count\
Juniors
The
Saintly Sinners 19 25Daffy" Palm Lake Mobile 26 19 r. .
i'
16 28MEN'S Saturday afternoon blasted the Where they were last seen .. >
Brookside 23 21 maples for somnlcscorawlth The four had been packing S

Pinman's Funeral 22 22 Danny Mulllns taking honors with MORE AWARD WINNERS of th, Brookside Jun. supplies Into rugged Title Can. iF

CHURCHNO Troplgu 21 23 of 195, S02 and 178 anda Sheets yon south of Williams where
STANDINGS REPORTED games lot Vivri 11 \isiir\ are' lift to i ,,gI lit Jim\
Paul's Texaco 18 26 57S series. For this, Danny who rill It'll n ;211!:: gaim PaUl n"5.'ndnhlhn Clark planned to return on a
Mixed Grocers 18 26 will soon be wearing the YBA rock-Aunting expedition In the
rolled l a :201 team,, final Danny Mullms s' ho scored
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ROCK"ft BOWLERS Marco Island Dev. 11 33 S7I patch. Also winning awards ."7"series. spring.McBrd.!
Jim Sheets who n > / told Na nscuerlAat
Holland Salley 31 Swede's Auto Trim 10 34 Saturday, were
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hit a 231 game and finished with Mr, Clark decided she couldn't:
Caribbean Realty 29 15 a 858 series, and Pat Rosendahlwho hike out of the canyon to where
Gibbs BROOKSIDE SENIORS was high for the men, while mon with a big 210 game and a
Jimmie 28
It
rolled her highest game, a they had parked their truck. She
,
593 set
Ruby Rlner tossed a 166gam
Makers 8 0 Eloulse William scored a 535
Modem Masonry 25 19 Merry 201, good for a 448 series. Mike Hurricane and the elder McBride headed
Hustlers found
Carousel Drive In 24 20 The Others 7 1 Sharp with a 182: high game fin. tossed for the a weaker SSC series sex.without Fred Clark a 200 goings easy as they swept to a tor a ranch 16 miles down the GOLD Rrsiitus: mi.r A DAM SITE Tailings .cobble,

Don's Liggett RexallK 22 Blok Busters 6 2 latied with a SOS, MtkeStacy a17M77 J. D. William 1803, tour point win over Isle of Ca. canyon. sand and gravel' left behind bv cold prospectors of a by

Wonder Garden Res.21 23 Gutter Snipes 1 7 Carla Arm trust a US Bill game Dunn SIS, Bill Jones 207, pri with Terry Henson the team Clark and the boy hiked backup gone CM lire building what will be the world's largest

Imperial Pharmacy 14 30 Bear Kato 1" single, Rickey Spicer three Ed Harrow 1I.( m, Wimp John star with a 210 game and 52S the canyon to the truck, The embankment dam near Orovillc, Calif The steel cable con

Fuller Industries 13 31 The Youngsters 1 7 games in the 140'( for a 434, son :203.336! Jim Croak 503, and series. Ik* Wolford rolling a 514 vehicle stalled In the snow, how. veyor bolt seen above haul tailings from railroad hopper
Stone Builders 13 31 Sonia Starling a 1S4 loner, Chris Leon Snyder a S43 series. Juan. eerie led the Caxamba Cats to ever, a* the two attempted to cars to trucks for distribution to form the embankment

WOMEN'S CHURCH Croak a 185-484; Larry Lee 18% Ita Snyder showed well for the a 34 win over Imperial River who drive toward a rendasvous with The dam a mile wide and 735 feet high, will be completed

BE CYPRESS MIXED WON LOST 533; Pam Bell a ISO game; John women a* she rolled a nice 207 had Art Allen high with a 472. the others at the ranch. in 190 as part of California's ft 75-bllllon water project.
and I The youth and Clark walked
Abbott 171-475, Debby Stump
Christian Plnheads 221/2 71/2 and ill series Rose Mor.
WON LOST 140 game, her highest In league came a PINE LANES about 10 miles and tried to build W 1 1 'r: Z.a!T l TROBIN'S --__--- xl
Dlablos 19 11 risen 1189 single Mary
Panthers 241/2 15 1/2 game a fire but the Intensity of the
pia,
Harroun 172 Juanlt Johnson 166, The T-Blrds of the His n'Hers
Gutter Dusters 17 13 a
Pot Holes 231/2 181/2 snowstorm was Increasing and
Methodists 12 18 Bea Mohrbacher 187-473, and Lu. Mixed League Sunday night took DODGEInvites
failed.
Swamp Rats 22 18 they
s cllle Lord 199-494. four points from the Veilantsandnow
a
Ospreys 22 18 Mixed Christians 101/2191/2 Sunday night the Seashell lead the league by one McBride said he and Clark
White Herrens 19 21 Question Marks 9 21 Mixed League had the Star Fish with the Valiant In nJinlt then fell aslep.

Razor Backs 171/2 211/2 taking all four points from the The league lading Pumpkin Hajek's 588 was high for the "I dreamed "my feet were You to inspect the

Gators 16 23 MEN'S CHURCH Coqulnas, the Pan-a-Ma's winning Bay team took four point Sun. ma, and Millie Eaton hit the high being amputated, "said the boy.

BobCats 151/2 231/2 Methodist #1 29 11 four from the Periwinkles, and day night from the Blyou Bowl. game for the women, a 189. Pete "Then I woke up.
the Snails winners of tour from Whldden He set out for help when hecouldn't NEW 1965 DODGE
Christian Men 23 17 ers of the Rolling Brook Mixed turned In a215.564Tom
the Conchs. The Cat's Eyes made awake Clark, who he
BOWLERETTES LEAGUENO Methodist 12 23 17 League as Dewey Wright blasted Schessltr 193.554; Mary WhIdden
said still
Presbyterians 20 20 U three over the Olives, and the the maples for a 236 game and a 170 loner, Ann Davis 180, Tr.' was breathing
STANDINGS REPORTED Forest found! the the
Angel took three from the ranger at
Assoned Christians 18 22 Wings a 630 ..rl... Teammates Red ry Murnan 179 Marietta Domkow. In
youth a blinding snowstormwhich
TRAIL BOWLERS Emmanuel Lutheran 12 28 Oysters. Jim Dally's 202.563 Lord hit I 559 without a 200, ski 150 and converted the 6-10 left 14 Inches in the area
I
Hatcher Const. 21 12 Lucille Lord scored a 20C.543, split and Katy Ha,** 1157. The boy led them to Clark, who I "Portraits In Food"WednesdeyThuriday
tossed 197
and Jaclnta Wright a '
dead.
NFTE OWLS was
Shannon Supply 21 12 FIRST FLORIDA and converted the 4.7.9
game I
Conditioned Air 27 13 Coconino County sheriff's deputies
Crayton Cove Lndry 19 14 Food Bank 301/291/2 split Moon Mulllns led the Snap. Hand Grenade said the elder McBride I Nov 18 & 19
Ron &Jim's T.V. 241/2 151/2
Tamlami Tire 17 16 Brookside Bowl 26 14 per Creek foursome to a four and tofu, Clark never reached I Tartitian Cove Auditorium
Vumlrure Fair 17 16 Naples Camera 24 16 Fuller Industries 231/2161/2 point win over Henderson Creak Kills Three In the ranch.

Daley Distributors 16 17 1st National Bank 22 18 Krelllng and Sons 22 18 as he rolled games 172,178 and The storm left snow caps on I
Front Of Tavern
ing Insurance 15 18 Anchor Lounge 22 18 Conditioned Air 18 22 192 for a 542. Fred Hillman hit the historic Superstition Moun. Alto watch for Grand opening soonat

i Lanes 14 19 Ingram's Chevrolet 21 19 a 505. Jerl Jerabek convertedthe N.J. AP An tales 40 miles of
King Insurant* 16 24 TRENTON ( ) cast the our new address, ISO 9th Street No,
I Reahard's Service 13 20 Becky's 20 20 Team #5 15 25 5-6 and the 340 splits to exploding hand grenade killed sprawling desert city of Phoe.

Schmidt Realtor 12 21 Rexall Drugs 19 21 Naples Gas Service 9 31 aid in the win. The best the los. three people in front of a tavern nIx. Snow Is rarely seen on the
could show was 1610 by
Chessers Wash- ers Superstitions, where
early today. searing
Charlie Rice and a SCO even by [ JROBIN'SDODGE]
NICK'S LIQUORS o-Mat 181/2211/2 Police Identified the aced u summer days and heat exhaua.
Hazel Abrahamaon Wanda Rice
|P & B Builders 29 15 Bank of Naples 17 23 TWIN COUNI'YWON turned In 1168 gam. Howard Patrolman John J. Clowar, 29; lion are more common.Temperaturu .
15 25Baroni' LOST John Christie Jr. 37 the holderof were expectedto
,
Party Pantry
plttmtn Funeral 25 19tobin's Follls found his line and hit a
10 30 Fager Roof Coating 29 11 the grenade, and a bystander, dip to 10 below at some north.
for S74 seriesas
25 19 206 good a
( Dodge Moon's Masonry 28 12Rice' game Harold E Loath, 23, all of ern Arlaona paints All major)
Industries 24 20listener Big Marco look three from
fuller
highways In Arizona and New COPHONE
Const. 24"20 SUGAR AND SPICE;,; Blbbees. Clippers Market 28 26 12 14 New Rivet who had D. ..T.8al. Trenton-Ponce Said Christie wal Mexico were reported open, but

J first National Bank 23 21 WON LOOT driving was hazard
Fire Department 23 17 awaiting trial for shooting a extremely
(Richard's Roofing 22 22 Nutmegs 23 18 special: officer In a bar last ous. MI 2.7058 NAPLES
Rolling Stones 21 19
flgley'! TV 20 24 Cloves 22 14 SEASHELL MIXED February
Radio and 18 Paprlkaa 21 15 Brunk-Mlller Ins. 19 21 WON LOST They said they wr question.Ing .
Pones TV 26 CALL TUB NEWS FOR ItO NINTH
Sunshine Hardware 16 24 ITIIIT
Central Cities Serv. 10 34 Sage 21 15 Snals: 30 14 Christie outside the tavern RUBBER STAMPS
Dixie Crystals 18 18 Naples Floor COY 15 25 Panama 28 18 when he pliidd the grenade 7.1.1.1" .rrsi

POWDER PUFF Sesames 18 18 Brookside 15 25 Cats ryes 28 18
Ben's Standard Oil 12 28
Gingers 17 19 Coq dna 28 18

Fran's Hair Designs WON 33 LOST 11Betty" C1ma11lOlll 14 24 Gulf Coast Motors 10 30 Angel Wings 28 21 dos IQs f 0

13 23
Inc. 27 17 Allspice Olives 21 28
PALMETTO
Eckard's Rosemarys 13 23 Oysters 21 28
25 19LUIy"
12Jerry'a
John's Clothing 18 Star Fish 17 27
24 20
Cleaners 24 16 '
"
t Plaza Beauty Salon 24 20 MERCHANTS Conchs 16 29Perewlnhie
Burger Palace 20 10 G. Luff Realty 22 18 11 3'J r
W11'3 Hair Fashions 21 23
|
l 191/2 201/2
Moorings Texaco 18 12 Kay Ray Lighting
Merle Norman Furniture Fair 18 22
Firebirds 18 12 ROLLING BROOKS ,
Cosmetic 201/2 231Zrothy'
Food Bank 18 22
Dress Roses Texaco 17 13 WON LOST
TIM Bros. 17 13 Corwln Shells 171/2 221tz Pumpkin Bay 31 9
hop 20 24
Its Springsbrary R & E Recreation 17 13 Tropics Drive-Inn 13 27 Snapper Creek 27 It

20 24 Lange Bros. 15 15 Henderson Creek 21 19 r

/ague Fashion Shop 19 25 Marvin's Lawn Serv.ll 19 REPUBLICAN WOMEN Big Marco 20 20
10 20 Senators 26 14 Isles of
/tolas Sunshine Suprex Capri 191/2201/2
Beauty Shop 16 28
"th i Ave. Abbotts Seawalls 7 23 Diplomats 22 18 Biyou Bowlers 171/2 22ltz
Beauty
.Little Elephants 20 20
alon- Imperial River 171/2221/2 4. '
141/2 291/2 France is consideredto Dark Horses 20 20 New River 111112 231/2 r nni

have begun its career as a VJJYs 18 22 Caxambas Cats 16 24
HIS 'N HERS MIXED separate nation by the Treatyof Vice-Prestdems 14 26 Hurricane Hustlers 14 26 .
1 1Birds 29 11 Verdun in 843 A.D.
Valiants 28 12
t .
axwellsfctarchlefi 24 16

20 19

Sting My j 19 21 -
'Ramblers 18 21

Falrlane 18 21 ,
:Corvettes: 11 23 'I "

ids 18 24 ik

{Model rsIFarrart 15 25 (
Q- ,
14 26

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The glass snake growl a .Mi..r 'oo WEDNESDAY AND YIELECTRIC

new tall in place of the old

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"1J and Thursday from fartnh oriel .Mends. Cooking Hussionsconductor '

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FOR POWER TO SPARE November 18th and 19th at N 'I"i *'. sUMsited by Wise KathtrinvBUckahrar.

"..'vi, handsome : H'l. Home f+rvic* Representative '. at
SEI THIS V6IMMfOIATI PERFORM. !4aruota. and Mm,, I '1"1) C*lrtrll. FPL! Horn SerucrlUproMilUthe

DIUV..,. Cart on Display are only a sample of the many in PRIZES at H, .*
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fl.t-.d I-k ( ,.,"
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"t:1't.l.: ,:r... Q YILt051INT Shots../j/h 00 "" "I 01 bs5IDatnt.Is MttMi I2.tuo M sod M plus M II, end within I MO foot at Mid turvoyIMi
J C/o Ke011R eem.tII''", 1 ill beuwsM.Nsoo00plusNOnd 41 plus M, Mid lurvty lint, andtild
\, MYRlNN1 OW"M" lit. A !(ft: N u', FREDA c. LUFF, w.CeUmitad wNeNapto. ewrvoy. hp11101- locitod end doterlbtd o* follow lt..n.' IPSO

\Lonueei.-fI; :1t5 : rIoIdse ft***' ) **"itr of ton Kf* : Mid Sactton South )0'a/'IF East
PUBLIC Iubta: ........ i K N..... Lan CI'II.
10'd.' Carp0railqn 1 Value: | tltrton 41 pluo M, thence continut South "'44'
tot /oNes to Mid
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NnNMn. detail uhv' rocerdel LO oRlpr .1_.. 'to 0..: PARC1L I 7 STATE 1100410 IN lOLLIII' COUNTS" 4|>. Cut IBM It foot to the Northtatt cornor ef Mid Section 2

KOTICEST II 45. P.e I M M Mae or lee*.
I.IImotid' Ve1No: 110' 00, c.......r..1.' ,.1i pOrN ol lection. i t,,,,..,,*,* M louth. Range M Coot. 40 4woN CeMaMlInd.bat!! THE FIRST. Nut NATIONAL. BANK IN
., ktt
mero *r *
J c.ll; 5N :m"'ltl' RATE RO"O IH COLl1IR, COUNTY T" 01 ll riiMt. mgrew. or.... HgM" .ir md Wow FT LAUOtROALE M Truttt

""Y Men. JKH..B prVMrrtu .... ... lenttrwcttdny ..I ., Florida
M < felrlrty rtteiiS
h. Iouth 110 fast ; .
IMMaath LM fill of 1 Ire% iNtr1/N, SO' "" "!ftd Iublect : ,* C Alls Brady and. Merle I Br.dy'' his wlfo
Ioflislln/; Cleo' NorthMM1 : Nff.. I, TeweMI $1 South t ewnN.." VA I ill doted June I, INS. recorded OR Booh 111. pep IMMortai.a
Ranp N Lost. if Iho North Irne of wld t/e./ I hr 1M Oil ISO ben FL Otto to Klngvllle Cerporatto. dated June I I. IMt Recorded ,nOR
l' r '>1 TWELFTH OFNP ford Ent N N 0rIhwesl Corner of NI t. Stet RN' to Richard R Hirrlt. tt Trutlt.,
r IURT Of THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r"'II'O' : (:gect woortm/nt .0 I I Book III. pool 117 Aulgnod
,''LO'' I' ,, ''N ( FOR COLLIER COUNTY LAW :a... $ .. Lost air 111.1 NN 50 I arNl So67Nt' 1ac : a r. .
AT N'NN I..t to 'h. North IwulhpMdr .rt'fOClt.Cleonnl11a \f: Jed Jl, jc.' 1N I recorded lit Mortgag* Book I recorded In OR Boob Ill. pogo 111
.
Sf wA0 DFUMENT a" I !Nld North 105145 -or Ito. o :Ip.o: ........ t.: t".ne. 1"1. ''tIi..u ,1 i t t. IN 'i"f.: Storksas j'ven, : byBuiKT'SSLjEi : u.EtIl"10t. rE"IJ,MOM
: = I
b d
A. f'.r"? t I Florida,. )1II : point o rot Jerre N ,", In ICCTION/ IMOI.IMI IT ATE ROAD TI
.. ''I N f "UNIV > poll!,Cll I oti;:::e"IJIII; 60 .cr... 'It.. wh105'! "Se.woe .rit"ned'by"tnd :ToulrVn.: Oneape?.!** 1q0orry >I PARCEL: No. 112
'. ", of II" SI.1r" of ) ;: GA''IIL H. LU.... and SWEDA' if98rt. */ alai' nns.nt dated April M. IIM .nd r*. Thit port of:
'" d ) tuiJ It..., North"' I. LU', Ifs w1Olt ,,. =r. ,. Oqty N ... Ill.I Public Raeordi of Collitr County loctlon I. oil the NH tf tht NH (N IMt tl ftttl of '..110" S.Yewn.hlp .

I) : NOpte.p pPINIdaPRAN M south. Ringe II Celt
P.tto" CAn o .Hil Estimated Vllu! IIM I Lying within, tM foot ol tho eu...... lino of Ittto Reid 111 tictlon OiMl.
ItlC.Ar.'ft i IS OILMAN,. ttnglo, WSc'iLNtW I STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER: COUNTY.n Mid, lurvty lint dttcrlbed so tollowiBegin :
"
lit Brotd Avtnut North *. N rlh on the Watt Lin." ol said lection I at a point 90 feet South
.I.. Florid' 500 toot ef the HIlt of NWH, Section I. Townthlp
H LurNOTirr .'u. .t .1 ( bulls, Ettt oonttinlri 144 ur.t. lett of ton Northtatt tern-ir ol Section I, Townohlp M louth Range 10
MAIl CIaA4WLINOTIN. Sad STEPHEN A. It 'wnpd by: DAiatiL OENOCL end wife KATHERINE more or DCNQCLWiyne Lost. th.nct North M'II10 Lost 1147 M feet to the beg,nn'ng ol .
O.feIMI."tI all 555 550w5 North' WEINSTEIN hor husband III louth Jobs NIY Road .u.... concave Northwetterly with o ridlu of HIS 72 Ion thenceNortheetterly

Naps.10r. Micttigin ONO( Mid curve 1000 feel through o centre! .
'" titlmited Value, : 1771 Mr'ARCEL I of 4I'M'M" to the' ell of Mid eurvt, thane North //'"'10" E..,

or EMINENT DOMAIN PROCCBDINQ SECTION. I I., "' ITATI ROAD l31 "KARIM .t to:II I'00.00"''tv $ECTION :fj1150' ITATE ROAD NCOLLIER COUNTY 1101 71 feat to the beginning' ot o curve eoneovo Southtttterly with."

:IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OP OF AItCIh'hu'lt: o roils of HIS 7t feel, thence Nertheittorly tlona told curve through
THE STATE
PI ORIrA' fiat of the North MO foot of the WH o. KEN. 0 Tho North leD foot of the HWIt o. NWNecll50 I. Township" N control trail N/1'00'01" 0 dUttnct' ol 2MI'II feet to rhe tnd of
'l' ALL WHOM 'T' MAY CONCERN ANO to pit portent md p.rtlH NWIt, ....,Oft L TownMlp" 60 loath. 1'.".. 2T bat, "' .MM.I I': toulh Ranp It East 515,50,540 SIS acre. m's.. or ''H'. said Curve, tn.nci North 00'30'11" Ettt 1171.11 ftet t* the Northeittcorner

I hi '>, in n IK .ny 'i5hl' t+tie, InteroM utite, mortg.it or othtrI ores, non or lose I' owned by.i"IA'IU" OA,JI IlL end wit." of Said Itctlon I. C.ntilnlng 41II acne. moro or leuTogether .
I Ie, ,?, i ::> oi that ctrtu parcel of land hiremiftar detcribad, and I.I owned by: MRS,. MANJA TRITICH IRONNER IAk1A with all right' of Injrttt. dross. light elr, *nd view"

the /to low?,ig pertont. logothtr with ill unknown .. ctslmtnt, 411 Boyltton ItraotBotton 1171' Alamend Drive between the grtntor rtmtlnlng property and any facility construct
North /,
Iho,''gh or undo known IMreDn' who pre doid or who in not known MtlMChuttttl INns910001 od on th* *bov* d.I_ property.
to b" d..d 0' allVo, Cnllmtttd/ Volu' : |1.DM 00 Citimiled Vet.751.: .00 I ll owntd by: STATE OF FLORIDA
SH< Ti IfN nlnnl75ol STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY KRC'CL' 030011501' ITATE ROAD ** COLLIER COUNTY SECTION :m'.UOI STATE "OAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY tar tho sir ..d benefit ./ the
PARCCL at 1171' PARCEL State Rood Deportment of Florida
The South M foot of Section II Tewnthip 41 louth Renge 21 Cut Tht South 200Nt of She North 300 ftol of the Kit al OSLO of The North too foot of Ma NEIt f NWM SHIM *. Tewnthip' MDertoit I tublect to: Mortgno dated May. II IM4 ond recorded In 0 R Book
li n"' "td by COLLIER COUNTY md I'. tuccntort SOWN. Township. N South. R.... 17 Laoll South Ran II Eau. 130
Iwjjonj : CO"n| I. lIt pont'nlnf acre, mire or IH' 117. .Pop 711 Public Record of Collier County. Florid. glvtn byL.ud.rd..N.peTurnplk.
c< ""ty courthoute .C ... toss I. 'wne4 : ELMER C CHULT .
.
A.r. Ino to
by" :It: "
ITELLA
N.1nn5 i Flor di owned : MRS J' ft fCTRI 15375 Elliott Avs: ViZito Vilu. 11 MI
.."I"t"M\' Rinnryttiont' m OR Book II, Peg II to the Qrmtert" Lu 111 I AlA. Granada Aptrliptntt M eh |in :
,,I Lewi" and Wallace L. Llwlt her husband. 1141 Whitney D.r1Ndten, FloridaEatlm Ctllmitod Vets |7IIM I SECTION: IMOI.2901 ITATE ROAD Ill COLLIER COUNTY
Avt"ue, Hamd.n Connect cut, to wits : .,td Voluo: II 010 00 SECTION 03001 nOI ITATI PARCEL No. 111
ROAD 131
Nasnrvng, how.v. 1o 'h. 1'.0"' h..I" all to ."d COLLIER COUNTYEalr
rtihts
03001101' STATE ROAD l31 COLLICR PARCEL x111Thot The pert of:
+ t lo and all 1 mineral, md oils PARC'EL COUNTY
nti. any which may b* under thebuv. Ella art of: The South H of Ih* H.rth4 (t 1201II feet of N 41II feet) in;
duet abed land, wh
ch will
thr R.IIM' ,ori By tho acctplinci of roman thlo dud the, absolute Iht R.l.ai.a, property ogreeti of 'ItC.T.lo ISO, fttt W Of the North JON fttt of tho NOON of NCH ** of the NI* "' bulbs *. Township M South. Rng.i thit pert ef the North H of the South H of lection I. Townthlp M
South
Townihlp II
Ring II Cut ) :
: conttining I South. II, East
ores Ring*
th. Rtiattort Iht right .
lI'v to auto the abovd ghtEttimtttd
0'' w.1y' -) upon clltd r U more or I.... BLOCK WM *"]"!! >0 !(Oct el the turvty ("In* ot SUN Reed 131 lection i lying Northerly within tM feet Wetterly of .u...... ttetlon I plul 20.
Ownectt by: E.'HIR ind Wait of fromy000 1 0100 140 plus M md I lying Wet of ond Northerly ol end within' 0 trintltlon from *M feet ot .110" I Plus 20
Vllut: II 00 4&1.. Louit"Mittourr'Llnd.ll Boulavird, within o transition" lest it Station It4 plus M to MO feet to IM feet it Itotion II plut 71 Northerly eend within trtn.itonfrom
SE( 'ION 03001' 7501 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY It Stttion 174 plus' 00 md from 100 ttet it Silt on 174 plus M to IM fttt II Union, it Was 71 to 2M fttt et Itttlon IS plus I 90,
foot '
PAR, Ft. x19IF. Cttimtttd Valut: |2.120 00 f00 ** II.' Ml plus 00 and from IM fttt it Stttion IM plus M Northerly ot end wllhln 2M tet from Station II plu 10 to tht Cut I line,
South Sn ISIS of tlo WN of 'h. .W\6 oIWN .f LEN 01 JCCTION 030012981 STATE ROAO 111 COLLIER COUNTY il.ii.lf! !as! .1 IOIIowst Iad, 1'.lIon ''* plus 00; ..,d turv y 'It". described' ."' of Mid S.ctltn I.

II, nwnru Siiun,: / by+ I 'owrthp CHESTER 41 South l.Rt'nl' ;ltLINI KOZCLIKI Th.51125 South ISO fttt of the North 100 feet of th* NEH of "NEH' Commence ., Iho Northeast terns of 11tC'lon I. TO""I Ie SNeh. lylsloutMrlI. within 271 feet Wt.ttrly of ourveytotlon, ,I plus, SO South
within 500 feet from Station I S M to ttltlon II Sup M, Soutfterlywithin
r, ttctlon I 90 South 11 ", 5014' caner Sly plus
.J. paten
,." Township Ring 21 Cut; conttlnlng t.|) tern SM.. 5,10E 13. p/ua Nl. thence .
,.. from IM loot Station II M to US (eat at Ste
.111. tl plu
h WI",.'."" Avon". mare e o *'"*"" of nnn toot ihonci i H' 1104" W, a dlo "
H ,,rr n Ohon .U owned by"jOSEPH. H. OAUTHIER Unco of 003,71 fin to said Italian, 114 plus 00; thence I M' II'04 ; lion ZO pus 00. Southerly within 171 feet from Station 20 pit,t M to Stt.
W o dlttanco I of lion 41 olut ., Southerly. within 2M feet fromlion II plus .,
2008
Cltlmaltd. 600 East Drive foot to told lotion 174 M end tht' b* 1. 1
Vtlut
SEC linN IIOIMPA Miami, tprlngt. Florid ginning of it Id ourvoy lint; thtnco I II 1104' Ju! 0 distance of 100 '0 the Lass line ttid Section S of the survey lint eSurd Reid .
"/ I'I| -fli0', 'b01 TATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTYI' Eltlmned Vtlut: 12.12000 liS* '. paid 't.' "'." "' pup| 00' thtnct I H 1104 Wo dlttmc of Section 'JI. end turv.y line and Mid' lurvty Sttt'ont' detcrlbed roil

SECTION 01001/ .2901 STATE ROAD MO fill Mid Itnion tM plut 00; thtnco I M' 04" W to th* loctted _*:
North' V O foot elacton 131 COLLIER .c
I1" 0"'','I by COLLIER COUNTY 1. Township 10 South Ringo M Loa PARCEL x121' COUNTY I.Northwott... ., of told lection I; containing 10.1..II acres. more or Begin en the W.., llni of Mid Itctlon I it p point M lie tooth

r lunty Court Hoult euJh* North If '"* "'i"!? South IB? !..t .' ">. WH of WH. of I. by: ANOCLO of Iho Ntrlh.ltt caner ot lection I. Townthlp M South. Rants 10
Napltt Florida of SWH ItCI'O"' Townthip It louth' ".n.. 17 Eat. con 'im'' Whltcomb JORDAN Last '''.nc North 11'71'11"I Ettl IM last to soil' Station S plus 10thanco .
Sub,." I ID .trvatlont In OR Book II. Pap 14 to the Orintort. .1' "' legs. Ootrolt Avenue continue North 00'71'10" Lost 70 feet to Mid, Station I Nut 20thtnee .
pwnad"bv c'rlARLEl'V MNhloan'
I .11.I M Lewis all W."... L. I.....". htr husband. 1)41 Whll".y ll : .A STEEL E end EVELYN J. ITEELE his, w1/. continue North025'IA" Cut IM fiat to Mid Stilton IS plus
f "ir>"f H.md.n., Connwtitut, to wit, :: RAYMOND D CRCADY *nd MILDRED M. hi,, wlf; Ettlmotod Value: |l,)4I M M, ,,,.nc. etnllnu North If'10' Cut 71 best to said' Stttion I 19
H, how..v.r. to tins Rtliatort harsh, '. oil rlghtl', to ondi 1000 Koystono loulev.rd CTIONJ' 0)060501 STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY paw 79 Mme c."t.u. If"'10" Ettt 7212 fttt 10 tht btInnlnn .
: ; t0 any and ill I morals ells which, mitt bo undtr tho Miami Florid 'ARCEL $575 of cu" co.cv. Northwetlerly with i ridiui of lilt 72
hnvr titter bid land, which III. rtmiin Iht about. So property of Cttlmtted Vetuelet N Thil pirt ofTht feet. 'h."c Northttttarly, clone aid curve 202II fiat throuth i
the RI. *atort By tho ,oottptanct of this dud the Noliitti, tiroit IJCTION' M0011901 STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY Eachtyln NCH of tho NCH. of Section i. Tewnihlp M loulli' Ntnt II COl,. ante of I'tl II to told Station II Plus M, Monte continueNortheaittrly

t"1 K" .ih.. ....Rtltatoft ,. rght to MIN upon Iho Above ci|.d right #13 I alone ind, curve. IM foil through i control ...1. of1'IP$1"
"I .. -"- w Tht North (0 f... Of th* louth IM fttt of th, CH of WH pi 13001. wdtio.nd Wait 100 It ptNf' th/ survey IIn1 N Its. Road U[ teUtle. to Mid ttatlnn n plus M thence continue Nnrtheatterlyalpng
ICH of feWH. lection 11. township. ft louth Ring 27 Celt StolM I" DO end IyIn' .lIhl" of It"02"
) son plus old Curve 7541.15 feet threuih p *"Ol. toth
,
Ettlmitod tr..IIIO" from Ipp ... at said, cn".1
/ Vflut: |1 09 31 o.5esero or logs Ota50on w0. le, MO '... .1
."d ft Mid, .... it geld union Plut 47 thence North
: n''bir IlaUSs 610 plug 00 ."01 Iy In W""I"" 1
ttan115IM
SiCtll'N tail "ATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTY It : FREDERICK SCOTT end MARIAN' SCOTT hit will from 100 IM. o 1
PAR, i "IM' I2t22 I nor O5.50on U/ plus 00 to 600 loot .1 11aslen 4/ plus it all lyinwlthln 442110 E1 2IM.71 ftet to the heplnnlnp of o conctve South

Thr North 110 fait of tho South tot fttt of the WH Itctloi II. North .mr.o Florldp transUM: .from 100 lost ot ttltlon, 144 plus 00 to 204 foot ...,.,1, a rirtlut of lilt 1 fttt 'h..c Nnrth.nttrly' cloy'

,.". i I'out"' Rang ?l Ettt AND containing' liD oc,.., moro or teas. Cttlmittd Vlluii |1M.MrA&c'cL1 Iowa it Motion MO plus' 00: Mid purvey tine descrIbed, end locitid *t tot. ond Mid of curvi Mid 7511.15 curve on foot the through North line central of Section angle I of ..4'07'0"0 to touthRing the

n n "",' of 'h. Last *\6 ltctlcn '. Township U South, Ran g. :131' "" hATE ROAD |M COLLIER: COUNTYfSySflS. Commtnet it tho Northttit ,on., of Section I I. Townthlp M South, II Lost it a point I47S.It fttt W.., of the Northtttt torso
t 1' :Ise tnt north 90 taotving li11\.n Lost. said caned b.lng ttltlon tM plus 1141; MMc.0'45'4" I 'It.ef:
/ 1O. .in.inon, from too fiat from .u.v., ttotlon 1. plus till to / o'rla' ditttnco of !51170 footl thtnco I IfllM' W, e containing' N I lent. mor. or ,Itit. enclullvt' of County Cimlii
WO 5.,1, l ",. :'.:":v.y Wttion, III plus' MM of tht turvty lino of Halt Jn/ruth-'M1. ? '.. '. """ "' Township South, dittinco >l foot to fold1.53555 IM ;, 00 and the bilnnlni "I.h' of Wen
Road ON, 5.1,00 01001 MI. sold, turvty lino and tnd turvoy ttotiont .. of said purvey lint: thonco continue 1 It'll04" W o dittunct ., owned bv: .FEDERAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE COMPANY
dimt 'In ,,.n' Inc .|K) at Mlowt: i / 1'lIon' Orson tat N 1900 ,.., to told (tit on 114 plus 00: Ihonco continut > II'It'04" W. I IM
n, K :, ,i ;u'>. Northwott corns of tho EH of laid '. a.d, WO"O".A! ., .e'Yo" '.lIon%' plus, JMW, .wcnSV, c.'nu. : 5 dttinco' of 100 foot ip til? Union W: plut. 00, thonco eontlnui I' MpNRouta ."Florid' / :e'
l>'.", I 0" '?''K S,,rvty SLUM' 19 1141, Ism North M'13',0,1'' Cut of "Thti"'. ", 3001. said( $srvoy Lin. and Mid : II II01' Wo dlttinco of WO tot i oil Union IM Plus:: 00 Eltlmiltd Vllut 11200000
ZI I (I" i, .1 i tu cold station mo tociao and the end o004 Ii". thence
liirvty III plus M M at tho potcriDoo : .uv.y ; eonllnu. 1 1'1/54' 'II ,e
1 ?i '.ud S., loon I. containing II 10 ..,.. moro or iatt Northiitf, 06gln it the SoutKw.it Cantor IIr'h' ICU of Mid Section 11 Mid' the Northwest D" ".' of ..Id lac'lon 51 ,Mtslnin01.0' cures met.1 LOTION 01001 2901 [TAT ( ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNT
K aw'I I r" lUraiE M. LEWIS and husband WALLAC L LEWD rr4I"I.; : hat : 10.00 M Said Survey thence or IHI.I. PARCCL N* 119 /.
7 'I4. Wh.tney' Av..u.I .. ::J'.J' Id th. Southeast corner o.L'rh.. ICH of 00U515, .wnN : SIDNEY C.: GRAY and wife .ANOYI GRAY This lirl of:
I-' ,,,,d./ ? Co"n.c"eu' Section 11 it Stttion' 271 plus 14 71; cont.lnlng 0 21 leri, liii Mid IIJOO M. Elliot Avenue Th. NCH\ LEI th* North M fill .nd LESS tho East 100 foil

Ettlmtttd Voluo: M,410 60 U yHft: >f'"Q, 'IUCNSERO md OLOA TlSCNBCRa. ,h"wlf.;. Nrelt. Michlam, lection 1. ..." South. Ringe 21 Cut.
SECTIf'N 010UI OI STATE ROAD 111 Oitfe Cttlmtttd' Vtlut: 12.IN NI (vine- within lha rollewlna ........ to.wit. :
COLLIER
PARrri I trim COUNTY Coral *. Florid Benin' at tho' North.til corner of told Section I. thence Sushi

1h.it IMI" ofIm Cttlmotod Vllu.: 11900 I SECTION I U001"tSOI STATE ROAD lid COLLIER COUNTY r /00'11" West / thence North tf 01'21" Watt 119 fttt, ttitnctNorth

Fout '. of ltd ion 31 Townthlp. 4t South ".".. M East, IICTION 03001.1$01 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY' PARCEL No. 110 1'50'11"' : It feet, thence North 70'10'11" Wtit 1422 II
u' '(it- South SO' fool thtrtofi PARCEL trmtThaller That part of;: loot. thence East M tot. thence South "'4 U" Cut

I'n' w'lhn, 5 itantilinn from 100 fttt from turvty Station M plus' ft 41 of'. Tho North H of Itctlon.I. To"' South ROSE. 11 Es.''t IIM loot I to the ol IylsnLConlelntn ,.
to It.n i, -i rl i Sirv,v Villon IIS plus' MM of She turvty. ,lint, of Into The WN of EN of IEll of SEN. IKtlon U. Township" 01 ku'lt,, lying within 200 fttt of th* Nrv lino :: 1511: Roo130, IKtlon INS I I M tent more or I....
"0.0 N, .SF. t loop 0)001 tnd turvoy. tine and tnd survey. ttotlont dttcrlbtdH Ran t C UI Last, less She South 00 ,itl, '' and lying tat of turvty Stotlon Its plut 00 ."d lying Wool,' of and within' ll ..".. by.: JAMES L. TELL
d ,", rI' I Inllnwr 50.10, within a Iranolllen from 100 foot ., Survey Station III 5 I t transition. from) 100 foot it Union 114 plus 00 to MO foot tt $1011y 0q 1771 Rum RowNoplt
"K''". -l 'Iht Sauthwott, comer of tht t.4 of sold loctlon' II p'u.' to 55 foot a .iMtTon" .IIon 17. plus' M." of IM 5.005 i, 174 pus 00;; Mid turvty lint dttcrlbtd and locittd it follow,: *. Florida

I I .. I.0.,5l5" ""Let turvoy Station It plut Push// f0tatNthioutMM' Slit of Slat head 111 0. 01001; salIurvey' 1.1" and '.Id I I Sells tl hap Northeast oornir of sold' Itctltn I. tild CO,".. btlng' lublact to:: Mort e*. I* CIrcle' Fur, In*.. I Flnrldo, Coroentitn dtttdSeptember
to Mid Station III ont dttcrlbed' end loctted follow. : ttltlon III olu II 41, thonc t 11.11'54" W, diltinct of lilt n fiat. I. IMI recorded leotember I. INS, In OR Book 141,. polo
IS I nw S ",,.'"I I"",i ..QERAI,d Station D 31 PARENT eantiinlng SOS oerot moro or lose open' .' !*. W"211' ,plus*"' .CO. .' of the Survey II" of Lln ttld,. Stctlonloulht" U. 11'1511'asf215500 t.1! thonco I 19'I0W. dltttnco of IIOI7I lord tt llld ttltlon/ III plu* 111. otilgned, ,, Mildred W. Pan. teptember 14, HI. tit ."m."'
Shona South '
1t .V?onlrr 51 1 MlI foot '0 the 00; thane sonUMC9'll'N" W outline of CON foot to Mid nation recorded In OR Book !190 peg 120.r .
corns D'' Iho dEN .f Wd' led lot l 174 plus' 00 and tht ind of tild ..u"In. Cillmitid Vilue II.900 00
N. S w" ? I onntcticul J N .lIon U. lac' 54.70: 0.101"1" .orl ..,. *: tlttnci etntlnui | 1011'54'W
"'ora or ,.... '
Cttlmitod Vtlui: IJ41JOO busty by: EDWIN A. LARIEN .... to She Northwott Corner of Sutton t, Townthl. M South' Ringt' It lECTIfN OMOI,JMI STATE ROAD 1COLLIER COUNTY
Nrli"'N ID? 41 mth ilrett EtttIt o.n'.I.I". II II Peru. moos 0r I.... PARCEL No. 201
ro"R'' 'I :":nnj 7jOI RATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Richmond Hill New> York owned by: KATHLEEN ARIONI GLANDU, .,".'. The North 2M feet ot the Northwest Quirttr of tht NorthwtttQuorter

.fh.. 1 to iit' 0:1:0: louth H* ford of tho WO oritU ', J ,LJtn.t!" .p ile/, ..". 120.50, IMO t W. 71th Strut eOoctts 4. Township M South. Ronge I Cett. Collier
'Iy, !f.IEfTI01t.b10d1810t! Mioml. ritrlda ,
[ \: '
,' n1 Sallow ITAT6'0 15 ', '
: ,
< *'" loath Rails W .. wdXvie.H'A'LPH
? Clttj tdnEttlmoM C9'. IU 4"NTY .
Y
'0, M1'14 51 .tl1o noro aml "AFeCEL !31/1 ) ., nl' Cttlmtttd Vtlut 51 Stn M i MANNO md MARY C. MANNA hit wife
I.I 0. "oJ hr "o.IRr K OVIRSTREET.nd wl/e That part of: sECTION OM01 l l ITATE ROAD 111 COLLIER' COUNTY, .' .. ..d. -

P1005. M L OVI"nRIET The EN of N oft1y of OWN, U. 1'ewnshlp .t PARCEL NOn\ ta. Gr.. Now" J..
141' N W "Ih I',., South, RenIC 0,1: Lost; lass the South JO J.acIIO" The South 100 rat ot the touth IM fttt of th* WH of th* ICHef E.Um..d VNuc''' 117101

M ?''n' I"orod. !yin, within a Iron.,50on from (0 ,.., ., Survey Itttlon 111 plus 1112o. tho SOON Section Township 41 touth' Ringt 11 Last. contain. SECTION OII.tSI STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER COUNTYPARCCL

Volvo. (10500'I" to 100 ford ; Ourvoy I": ","" IM J>'"' Mil of th* Jurvty Im* of 'Ing 1 01 *ert. mono or I.... .
I C 'I'N, ", 001' 7501, ITATE ROAD 111 COLLICfe COUNTY 131. ', ioena? i/'toll "" ** fine. *"* said' Survey u,;lon. > I.I owned by: PROD A. ODOM JR. and wile CAROL I. OOOM The North MO feat of the Northwest. H of tho Northwett. H See
PARI I I 7111'' .,'lbod and "w,, !lOll N. W. 11th Court tlon I. Township M South, Ring 12 Cut. Cnllitr County. florid.

1 ;. N"th to, foot of the South 100 Lot of tho fclt of SCU. 01.IIon 1..," at tho Southwatt corner of tho OWN of Mid Itctlon 19, llLtf point Fort Ltudtrdtli' 'lold.IFtTnN Togtlher with oil rlghtt tf Ingrttt. ..,.... light nr' sod view b.Iw. .
0 "' ,v'''. \,'. II, Townthlp. 41 South ".".. If Ettt| ton t Hit bans loutniait! Station 111 plus 1111' thanco South 110741' Last 2111 N 1.110 $1 I .. the grintort remilntne.' property ."d any ftclllty constructed
r 'n,,,. or lott II 11 i corners f the .Wet of said ttcllon II tt St.ti.n 151 plus I (11001" "01 {TAT[ ROAD 111 EalhnCOLLIER COUNT Y on the oboes described ornoerlyI '
,. 'I UIllN j W WILLIAMS JR : contiinlnl 113 *crt. moro or Ittt PARCEL No.
171Tht
.. 1a owned by: RAYMOND I I. owned bvi: LCVI F. HOWCTH ind MADELINE M. HOWCTH, hip wife
5: .w.. .I, .Ile Lan. /P WACAP. MAMLVN and l MARGARET I. HAMLVN So ith 200 fit of th. E.4 "f th* Lest H ol the Watt Hof 111 Orintdl It rut
M "h
Hondo CAPO IMI Canadian Armed Forces ttctlon Townthlp 41 louth' Ring 11 East: containing 111 icr.tmor Ft "'.,ce. Florid,
Cttimotod Voluo: |IOI 00 Europe or lose. Estimated Vtlu.' 1779 00
sr.rT 'nos_' "101 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Cttlmitod Volu 1121 MPARCEL ,It owned. byi ERNEST L. JOHNSON end nrrTinN STATE ROAD in COLLIER COUNTY
TARE f I 100Ih CTION :ml-l&01 lUTE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY: BETTY LEONE JOHNSON hit wife PARCEL nJI.1.
North M foot ot tht South 100 foot of the WH of OWN. of 1301 N. C. SOS Avenue
..
TAI North 2M ftet of she Last ono half of th* Hort it one
SI I < sw .. '.."on 1)). Townthip. Noulh. Rangt t; Eltt, ton Th. North 10 f.*' of th. South 100 toil ./ tht CH of IH ./ IH Frt Lludtrdtlt. Florid .
of the Northwest ef Section I. Township South
LEN\ .ollon Quarter one quirttr '
to ", n 'rrn mart or l Law T..hlll' *' iOI"h """.. Last contalnln. t
? "r ;
.
E.tlm..d VNuc 1300 N
,, 0 0 f ANNIE WILLIAMS I II .ere.1n oo I I0s.. : Ronet II Cut Collier Cotnty Florida p.cl of land c".ln.
I' W PSI 1'h l.n. a ungloITATC w wan 'I. ewe.d t.1;; OAIAUl P' [ and MARGARET M. 11111 h11 sib SECTION' 01001 2MI STATE ROAD 131PARCEL COLLIER COUNTY of I II ocrae more or loss. tonthor with ell ri I."'. of I".'.. arise
H. 'I"rdI 1001, ., 5ro.dvl.w Orb. No ISO light. air ind view between the grontor remeinlng property and my 1
Ettlmittd Mloml. Florid' Th. louth 200 ft uf th. EH of LEN and OWN *f IE H. Section fecllity conttructed en the ibovt deterlbed property,
'' Voluo: |IO<.M Cttlmitod Viluoi !08M 14, Townthlp' 41 touth. Rng. 11 East t50t.lnIn1115 tcrtt non I I. owned bv: VLAD ZAPOTOCNY
,1 f I I F1nNloin 7SO7' ROAD 111 COLLIER |
""RCI'I I .: 101Ile COUNTY [CTION 030052501 I STATE ROAD 131 COLLIER O. I.'.. 'iVAR 111 Wethlngteit' Avtnu
COUNTY ll D".d' 0': AXELION end wlfo MARY McDOUQAL AXE LION
PARCEL Ohio Cttlmittd Vilue 136900
"
x100 Elyria.
N:''th SO f*.l of the South IM ftet ot the CH ol the OWN 35M View. Court
0' 10,1 ",I of the OWN. Section II, Tewnthip. South, Range 17 Th.1 purl .f: Crytttl
Ensl ",,'It,mm, JS acre. more or Ittt Th. W\40 .1 OWN d. OWN, IltCllo" 31, T'W.'hlll 41 South' ".".. Mitml Florid LUCILLE M. UWI ond husband WALLACE L LEWIS
I, "wool h R BLANTON' and MARY LOU BLANTON hi U Cant. Spa ,,,. tough IQ toot Cttlmtttd V.lu.' II.HIM 1141 Whilnty,
0,:, ,:n III. JHD'.d: County Courthout. wlf* : I"/OO wihn "I\n from 100' lest at C 11.1100 311 plus 1111 SECTION 01001.1901 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Himdon. CoM.ctical
Muni r Iar1tU o /.1 1burr.: 111 plus 1110 t or 5th of PARCEL No. ItS GERALD D. PARENT

Eltimtled' Vllu: |l'l.MCOLLICR ? ftoci'ad'J*'!pn oIool, sell purvey ""* and laid StrMS, d..crobod Th. South 200 fttt of Itctlon Townihlp 41 South. Ring 14 141 Woottor Strut
M '0110"' .' Last; eontamlna., 11 M lent mars or ItttIt Now Htven. Cennectleul

M (TION' OIOnI' 7501 STATE ROAD 111 Btgln *t the Southwttl corntr of sold' Section 3paid point .", ".d by: W J. JUSTICE ROBERT 1. OVERSTRCCT md wile PEARL M L OVCRSTRECT
PARCrI :InN COUNTY boon' on ra/d wru hn. et Olsten 315 Blu* M '".".. o.th. 1141 Kino Concourse 1417 N. 17th Stress

the NIle' SO leet Of th* South IM ,... of the WH- of ICH ol II 17'11" East fast to the louthtttMld t earner oMa OWN\ of MlamPoach. Florlde Mllml'. PI.015IURTON
91 ''. Section II ll Slttlon 411 plop 41 10 Eallm..d Wlw' 51711 00nCTlr.N
w" ,,
n Section II. Township' South Rng 77 ... 0Ontalnin,50 lent, mor. W. WILLIAMS, JM
Elllj C. I. .
ot
tI .MOI.&OI STATE ROAD 13. COLLIER COUNTY ,
v 'more } (Iw 1171 West 4th lintHlilnh
.. 11 tAROO; TURNIPSCCO son I* ."""( ly: AM BAUOHMAN ell wlfo ORA IAUOHMAN PARCEL No. 154 Flerldt,

IC' ,, I AIIi..1. Ills' wile Rt J-Iqa forld. The tenth 2M foot of the WH lection M, Townthlp 41 touth.Rmat FANNIE WILLIAMS tlngl women
Ib l.", "d I "M Fort M,_ .
14 Ctt containing lilt ears, mor or lilt 1171 Watt 4th Lint I
H. ", "nrda, Cttlmatad VauI/I: |IMM I I. owned by CHARLCI I. onto([ ond ISABELLC McOCC hit sib H'.I.' .... Florldi

Cttlmiled Vllu' :: 1101" S ECTION 030011501 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY 1441 S. W. tlth Uriel JOHN R BLANTON md MARY LOU BLANTON. his wife

'frTIIIN f'.' "vl ;'SOS ITATE ROAD in COLLIER COUNTY PARCEL tl5 fort Ltud.rd.lt.: ., Florid Room IIS Did County CourthouMM ,
PARC'' I 1 Iotl' Th.\:1f'.f Cttlmilod Vol 10. II 121 MICCTK1N ,iml FlatsRICNARD
'"'' IWII o' IWNKIIon 0l To".hl" 00 louts, ".".. IIMI.*MI STAT ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY: 0 JOYCE C TURNIPSCCD hit wife
.
Pt'h', : I sw'T MCOftM: "l -TOwnhhip 4IoutS: Nang..t.tJ..*,* awn! LI"tEast w'hln, a tors Irin.MOn she Iauth from 60 lop I.lost.", al PARCCL No. III Itl Loot tnd TUIINlfEED.n !

to: I. ncr ', .. Nrvey "Mlsn III 11 II t The Inith 201 tie ol the SCH lection Townthlp 41 South. Hialaah, Florldi
1e" Kf. :rrKOZELIKI / al survey "'.110" 111 plus 1610 0IM IPM
owl I ) MOO N Stall
411'' IW r'hn., AVMYI[ md woo KITTIC' KOZCLtKI /J0, 'rlt,': 0001. *.,- 'uv.'. Iraq and said $ourvey." .". tfotrioooond ".n.. 14 Cttt rnntnninn It II ..,.. mere or loss CHESTER KOZELINI md wife KITTIC KOZCLIKI i
D. r?" Oho ,IKO1N as .: ll owned by SIDNEY' LCFCOURT ond WALTER FALL 4111 Woodbine AvenueBirbenon
Bigin ol tho louthwttt corm Itctlon II, Mid Po'nt' Ul Biy H.'."" Drive' Ohio
SI I n [atsated, Viluti IIOIM bone 01 told turvoy lint at enOf 3I.I'u 17 II.. thtnct South Mloml' Florid CHARLCNC KOZELIKI and CHESTER KOZCLIKI Tu.'...
a on 11&01
raH" i ulIs. TAIL ROAD in COLLIER COUNTY M It 21" East t01 fiat t* tho Iou'''..., corn.r of th* OWN\ of Md Cttlmittd Vilut' II120 M lies Woodbine Avtnuellrberton
Saction IS Station 411 plus' 4J 10 tenli,nm" I It pesos. more or ,lot*. SECTION IIMI.tMI STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Ohio
North M Fait of tht touth 100 fttt of the WH I II *"' *. INCIV' AND JEANNE B. PARCEL No 117 .
MNCCY .
.RT JOC
SV I '.f.. 'ectiOft 11. 1d"8\ ONCAL
Township' South. Range 21 EtiiitoJr 111 That pert ./:
f"" ,I. arri. mire ., ,toss Plantation' Bet 1171JAMts'vvALxVn
0 pt ,55 ARLLNE KOZtLKI 1 and CHEITER Florid The CH of .1 II. Less tho West IM feet ."tI Lit th' South M fttt; '.
41"" .\ 05e, Av.nu.Il KOICLSKI. TrutttttCttmittd Cillmitod VNuc2350 hct.." 14 Tewnthip South Ringe 21 toot LILLARO md w+/. JCRALYN WHCTtCLL LILLAP.O
Oho neTION 03001' 'Ml STATE ROAD "' COLLIER COUNTY Lying within. ton following bovndanet. to wit: SIN I Manhattan Avenue
PARCEL tilt Begin at the Iouth.." torntr e' ind Section 14 rhmci North I 2f Tampa I Florida
0 t .a 'wl I IrATE ROAD 111 Vtluo: IIOIM That part ef.E.hr. 21" Weal l ton. the Eat Line ol Mid' Section 14 a dittmc of. SIN RUDOLPH c WHCTSCLL md wife ALICE w. WHCTICLLP
r0 nlth ,, COLLIER COUNTYSO ./14 ::"ttW:'tool IKUM 11, Tewnshp' .. Iou'. Range 11I feet. thence' South MM"It" Wait III feet Shan Soul I 14 StWeil 0 Boa HIMTtmei
,
h Ile loot M th. South tot fait I Iho 63031 Lot. thmce South ICJ'JO U" Wait nOl It feel thence Florida
of yin. wlthln, .
th. CH from
/ a t.anaiUln 100 1.01f.
'I' 31,. """." 4I "ontolnE wrv. '11th, III pis' 1111 South I 1701" Wett 170 feet. thence South M'4117 Cut 1440 fiat t* DERRY IHCRR
.oV.w / ", "." 01 [Sol. t 0 100 feet at sir,. ."0" 'U par It 10 of ICU ALAN SHIRR and
I" r
.
"',, ... 'J' Nod ,urv. hnq Nrvav d..v.md the Point. of Bt*'nning. con'.''''.. 1.71 ..'... mere or Hit 107 Lincoln Read
f "w ''O NCAL' r.OOd ..-,Ol w\'t end sad OhhMr" ll owned by MILDRED W. RAY llngi' Miami Bitch fltrldtme
Ii. OC..rd. :: t W South, ,.
togs .,
n at "' ''' corner of tid' ttctien
A, ,, IS Md
.' Alaska ,
I'",'" 3rd plus' .. Ihnnco M iml. Florid NINA. RIOAI'
.. Ctlimtltd Vtlut: I10SM r..r27o4rvr.vr. .''. Southeast c.,.. if She OWN ;r::,fgsi lublect I* Mo...... from Mildred W. Ray to TII_.,. J Zihour mdM .*, Lincoln Reid

"lord T,,, ,. '' "'OI STATE ROAD IJI COLLICR COUNTY &s rtiFfi rrv-RAuTc"1-- pain. moO If IoN ,Idrtd C Zihour his, wife, doled ANTI II M1 md recorded April ",iml Bitch. Florid
,I. : .17. 'IMt in OR Book 107 pep 401 Collier Ceuntv Record ..... K LAND DEVELOPMENT. CORPORATION:
1', N10 so' of the South" 100 loot of 7.4101 Power* Road Cttimtttd Value. 57S.PYInN TM M "ALI
:r'T OWN e100 0/. ...... .
,,,
.I I .? s wn.hp N South, R." .W31. COMOInln farmlnglen, Nh05M nion nOI STATE ROAD I'l COLLIER COUNTY 1 Jimo SInMMavbcello 1.on
II' '0" 0' I.... III
Cltimtttd Value: |7MM PARCEL No York
New
ow' S "" "HALVN JAMES WALKER WHCTSELL LILlARD' That pan ol th* South H LESS ton touth M feet end LESS the OAIRICL N. LUFF and FREDA C. TUFF. hap wife

'I ,.i ."..11," Avtnut LILLAR SECTION 030010001 STATE ROAD 111 COLLIER COUNTY Wisp IM ftet Section ||. Townth,05 South Ringe M Cut 421 NiMh. Itreet NorthNaale ..
t., lu.da, ARCCL 111NaHn! A lyin within the following. boundene*. to wit Fhcrtdtond
,, IN feel ol the NH' of Iht ..... T."II N Btein tIM Southweel corns el to,d Section 11 thence North t
Cltmittd Vtlut 1101MCOLLICR Couth. Range II C att. ": ::: '| lever. miJI 1, I.... fit tl" What" lion. the Watt line of sad Section Mod'.'..... of
FRANCES: '
I 1 OILMAN
'n l 01 STATE ROAD 111 ''ll owned by STANLCV M WHITlNlU.STATC atngl
COUNTY ION feet. thence Sewth ION
.lfl'' JII tarry. Avenue North It M It Last IM feel. thence IM Breed Avene NorthNtaitt !
I IS" East 104 el f..,. thtict. South 31'54'00" Cut Nt II leel thencetouth
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0,0 PINoda '
'.1 ,0 ,l :\".trot 3r :t'ol,Vh".0 South'*00, 2:?.the( I" o/ Shp OWN .' cI.; Iuma.sub' augnsenl" .f CO".c from 10'13 U" Fail roe II root thence tenth I.lilt" East Ml feet. md

Ii, ",,,,,.. u. LN "loWCott; eontoiningMUOOLfH .P. Crow cud M.v' A C.o. hiw.s..Stonloy Dated W W"tI, all Ro..rt thence South1.00 >l Wetl I 1100 Lat fA Iho .Point of Bi.'..*.n. MARCIA WEINSTEIN' ond STEPHEN A. WCINSTCIN" htr husband !
ow 00'' 1 I WHCUELl: P.Orn.ry II 411 all rKOrdod In pO Soot' January. 10, 1/50 PUN' .. And Ivmg within in liet el tho BOM line of rpm ol way. of Slot ail *tJ Street North ,

o.." n5 Al0CW' / DONS rstlL p ,A Clam' Dud trim RobrI P Crem. a :. 1 r.ei 200 A Road ",. Section IMOI pad Bat* line dotcnbtd a* fellow: Ntpite.. Fiend. ,
Crow. a 5,0010 w........ taJi Coolbboan blvd, !. .moo, le Movis Commence. it the' Iovt....... corner of sold Section IS thence MRS MANIA TRITSCN IRONNCRtil ,
ptN.da
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'" ?d. D.'n Jaouory n. ION PIN, fI"", .,,, a. ts6oM ,1tC..ad s5 0" North HMD Last 1000 feet t* the .Point N I.|'."". of Mid Sato Strtel
CttmttH, Viluo IIOIMCOLLICR 0.1 U polo 311Montgaeo line thence ennim laU U feet to Ih* md ol Mid Bet line I 1.'a.. C !
I tl'' N .OJlysO1' HAH ROAD t| COUNTY from .nl.t M W"II' to Tens..... Interparaled. Naples" 'C And I hens within TOO ten o' the Survey lino of said' It.. RMd MS. I J. R PCTRI
ARCS. ( : Flor. a, / I1 1". Puo IM4I sued deeeribed .. fellow: !
Ile. 19euth In OR 1.a'n. paugust A".v" M. 1m .nd ,H..dadA"n".n' loci on lurvty tine AIA Orenide Ao.rtn.enttDeerfieid
IIO! Its PSI,' Ills' North 100 fttt S> ; ol the SCH ol Mid lecHen II
at t 111.5 dasorb.d '.' nos 'eu"n". Btgin at Ise. .thveel '**er I Beech. Fh) 41o !
I 't" Snot's coma n' \.c"on, To.Nhip' !1 100.'h ".... 1/ N InsOrpeoNN T. 0.rry ',"h.,. I Ci.: thence' South M 44 4t Cett "" II fool to she Seviheoit" corner ol EITHER
I "? Cs, n'y Flono. "i'"? North 0'0'W" Wait .II" Snot aIM' e P5.1 hm'ad May partnirMp 10 SIN .and Now ".,.. Now Yost. O.'ed ANA 30. ION. ..,d Se<",->n M son end ol Mid survey. .MOO herein deocnbedCoMnnJng till LMdeil BLOCK Bevievirdtt

,: : :.:,r I'M 15055 Solh:: 11 0010" W.st / .' pnNtl 1/ 'ordad III Oil'P.:: tl It .crt mere or Lest
,.0 0 ol SouMwatcontinno V. ,, ", of S.rlwn 1 1.1" : stne. / lo. : :: ."' '' I U owned bv SiLU INCORPORATCO I Lost*. Miteevrt
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'nrn" r So ,0 n1 'io '0 500.5 IrCTION tJOOllSOI JOSEPH N.
for loot t0 Me Wait ROAD $1tOll11R COUNTY P O Btt "IM Pittbut IttnenBrooklyn GUT/utl
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Sr. 1,0. I, th.j N..th.
.a O '1/10/ I PARCEL 1111 KM Ittt 0
West
.. 0O', of Sector ro, ,. 'INIt ,11': She f hi"North foot IS. New Vet, .,. FlendeCMARLCt
North N 5151 IM of ton' w> of NC ? I Mitml tprtngm.
MICCTION
taut foil i of NW'. Stel. 3. Towo CMimete Vei"e
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t ".0 155 I 0 path Mop M South Ra0< II Eatl com M R ITifLI ..... EVELYN ,
d0No.1 111100 tilt I IIMI IMI STATE ROADy MiLUR COUNTY J STIFLE M* wlf
Nn01h' '. .' n 5000' I 'Ih.ne. *... "1 : tN *"* DOTVmTS'iT.; ; ITAHtllandalt AYMONO 0 one
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,'"o >' 0/ 131 Icons. moro or roe florid .
I; ALAN IHCRR all = kill the North M feet md LESS IM weet IM feel, :.ami Florida
'" .: 1)01$1 T_ r..1 SCOTT md MARIAN SCOTT N
sHf "RR' and South Amge tt Cttl "IOllCI w..
"; .n .'" .AS I 1 RVl LN SIIS01 1TTCROAOM "cOLLMIR COUNTY A I lying 'MHO' the bevndtr,e* lo'. So1'0 .t IM NorthoM N'..' I IO
1, .,In NON I P, ?' : 0. 155.050 tot Il,lS Lao SIN floe. thesis Mush Net .. .*. ..
HI
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M I' arh "urtd. SKI** I. LEIS th* loiiow,'ng dtwnbod Mr,.,, 7144 0001,"thtito Mush if ti'it"wet" hs"M" "iVotthence I DAVID '.E..IR. pet OLOA IttltiBiotnj. |H, wife
Cit, Seuth M'M II won lOt lie lh* ee South Tt ) M Wee .
mettd Vilue |t2lCOLLICR /11 I) From the tail .1 outrtt. toraor oTSKlioi N I ION .
rcr" .501 KATE ROAD 111 COUNTY TOIh, ROn5. II toot' C""ar Count. PIe".. I I. Taw,0rhlp 7117 feel thence South M M tr won 211M feet OOMl MOM 4 CerM PtendoCOWIN
I"AlitCI 01'70' Wits 11531 Net .boy MC loss 1050 o/ sod run hoin" S 05000,.._. II 1141 Wont 111 II tee. thence North. N111' Wool IM feet tfcettNerth I IRl7 ,
Oocto
n I 150LotMI hr North IM feel of tract deacribed/ ot Court N d.rnn oJ' W.t ItlJ cool ,...,... I word | M M [sot lit feet h. the Path. of BtgMNng' I LAlUN
I' :' is :.N unS'(' *1 1 J"fiip! M One es.rtihoe sad OKt, to, e paM ofw:: ,She test S LowS Seut.erly N son wlhul )0N toot of Sao LH of'/t0/ : ,. ..Now VerbRATMO4O
: omy.ot.
t"c. ,, r; :: N 1050 UM Mass. :
,5Y L-WW.i Waal SsA-EfK 00355000: Iarlh N dot. III/ Rout a$11 1.1. '_' "' ''''' 1der. war eta. 6001 131 OMmS i3N1 Ls5Mi N MAMLYR end MAR ARfT ( MAMIVN
S ItD 1030" WM" .00 0 I' fiat to IM Nor/. "usa it 4otM 1.IM.ca II plus N andINt.arp of ..... 0050 1._. sad 0000 L_ h.m0N u W. RCA.
0 ; 5 .n Jt4'H" p"r 01 acrd :,' P': :: North LM sad ._robed 1M Mlo.r N IM ........- *
M'd aI. Iela
& tl :cl---"I: :: : N foM .t00 sod 01 00501.0.CrOr CAPO MM Ce_ Armed Coe
,. ..0 550500' .1- 1115550 Wost ill ff& North 10th N I SavM 14 dons UN' '.: N ...d lee,.... 1 IMMO NOrlb. N 50 II ton ,IM 1anH N t P 1CSLIC. 04 MAROARCT M oSAMUCL
'r, IN at I50b, 1. 'h. "' ,"'h lnv 01 .... IbiS loon I. 5050 00,551 ef Lam50u .... ..._ 11. suit' II thence tontinu. North It II 01000 55413 LESLIE W ouch
1 t.:1 J' 0 I IUI Went" Breed*iow O voM
Lost t.. MWtSINot twos.1't ;
q a North"
I.JJIJ: : fowl N 1550O4 M 1
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'' t- .It" I N_ wins cornet of the ktv I I. w'thn M'4. I ua Ie- tmt -
IhJ ol ttid .... ** C LY'5 l11 tet se
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1 pet Maws INs
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COlliER COUNTY NEWS Naplot. H*, ,.-!. Nonn4or IT, ,IH4 9 500 d . .e. . .
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V) BAUQHMAN .... wlf* OKA"t ..........MAN iA lR'iw. A D

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Fort Up.,. Florlds
ROBERT *' M' NCEr .... JtAh>h. byMINCIV "4y'R' Y5

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Plantation Flerlde' ..IIw 'M qw
1 MRS E L KRAUBC4MJ
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GABRIEL H LU".nd FRtDA I rAMOS 1 .Ibl. .1..
421 N,nth Strut North
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THESE ADVERTISERS ---- H.pl.. Florid* 2.1/07
EARL O OZCCI7IJ
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Mimi. ,. Plerid.ARTHUR .
ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWEURSSMITTY'S P ARMSTRONG" >
--.- II] Andrew DrIve *)
BIRGEBSIpm Wlnl, '*rav111e. Ohio
PAWN SHOP I DANIEL OENOEL .... wife KATHE-RiNE DEN4.ELin
w SHV.Ufialff South John HII .0051 2-5wap or Sell S7HouseFor Sato

V MEADORS n.. -Anrtoxnctmtnts *roTTeTrTyii.rivr .. .
od
P'E'TER'OANIELS
989 Airport Rood. ,"aur. flA. c.0. FRED ond wif. IRMA HELEN DANIELS U NIP OHMS Small ciminl Inure for out room, I kith CBS houM oilCnl
Y bead!
1171 Alimindl' Orlv I) U to lit IS. All LUIS. W preferably, with II HPmotor III.M*. MI I4M4IB11 .
I III2pw .....,.. JEWELRY North Miml' PtorMiELMER SINS end ....t. W. htvt ddd tint WII coniiOr l I.n/ni.. Ml> It

'_/ III' I.'uo Ml, | 101LAWN C SCHULTZ lira tuttLINNIC'S. SEE. THIS saw il BR horn. it
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Anllojuo Mt Elliott Av
Cilti Jtwolry 'or iiae out ordr* 1171 UNIFORM SHOP 17* Silk Av* So 114'IM.
N.th Troll eulo.de city fr.lt. TIT PIPYN .VI /0 Ditroil" Miehlitn mi H It't ...r..*. Fl*. COLEMAN BOVD. RMltorM
.NGlO JORDAN >*, n4rj D tBEAUTY 111 36-Wanted To Buy T.nth at N* MI' IMS
14111 Whltcomk AvtnulDitroit
BARBER SHOPS DRUGS CAW M.chi.in.. l 'VERA'S SALON ASK 5r-: 1 BR I hmo
HONEY, C: GRAY ind wife SANDYt"G AY Utd truck winlectOood
1171 lilt St South pickup on
ROSSI'S{ '
Borbir. Shop It300 MI Elliot AvinutDetroit Corner of llth Av. aCtrl. condition Sliolmin I Ptop 00'Clnlim. NAPLES SOUTHSt
Park Si. 001,2..4 1451k R.PRESCRIPTIONS CALL MichiganKATHLEEN Street. Ml. I Mil 011,.. "' .''ft''M' Co Itll >rdsi III.SM with good termc
I N ,*. 101..,., Barbara. Illl.d' TOMrna PARSONS OLANDER Single, Ilif a*. alM DOWN PAYMENT PROBLEMS .
\ IMO S W 71th Strut See about
NAPLES HO""INO CENTER ACCURATELY Gulf I Coecl Fnh amp el Fibuloui ut allowing
TweMMIer Berber, Froo Dllv. LAWN 6 SHRUB Mum Florid<< rti now hit .nw 8-Auto Sale credit for *ny punting, =
Prompt For
ry FREDA DOOM. JR ...d wilt CAROL .. DOOM 'tt I it ry MKtrca work you
Opln Esc.v, Sin DON'SLIGGETT IM N W. llth C.u11Port floating slip tlirtini do toward tho coil of your now
Mn End Grey .Holt I CARE L..< 1 Natural Way REXALL *nd MRS EARNEST L. JOHNSON BMtl Motor Bill TOP QUADS: USED CAM' "WILLIAM' STONE INC

U .In Holt Tonle-lnaul .... .. SWoIng Center713t: MI, l-U" IN7 N C 4th Avenue Tackle" OuidM<< Cotta," COLLIER COUNTY SO Tenth St Sulld.rs N. MI r 171'
'ort L..d.da'' fNNdO
McDOUQAL AXE LION NORTH" NA l T JtiNAt1inlttT.'ii.: .
CLEANERS {IVAR AXELSON *nd wit MARY
INSURANCE SERVICE STATIONS ISM Cryitol View' Court KINDERGARTEN MOTORS re .... I both with IW'l11.

Mimi, Florid ....nDriws Lett ..... ... rage on wtrwy Lot fully:
70 AtHI. 0" hundred sM landMaped and ..willed, Allelectrn -
FJERRY'S JAEGER INSURANCE W J JUSTICE MI'."" M Chrytler* and Plymouth kitchen Reverto tyclo"
808'S Ills Kin CbttseursOMr.ml '" VIHADrw THOM"S LlmitM 5o ply" All M i must hl and .ir cond. L.... ...
DRY Buck. Florid.CHARLES *. Fr Into ... Red! Rod or ....
CLEANING 'AVI .. ., ill kind. g Ill .ft. room W/W carpet
AN 511.95
9 MO"I"IA PAVMINT SERVICE E McOEE ..4 ISASCLLE. W McQEE, Ml wile one *f kit tigr, Mliimin WoodChrytltr drioot other
I .ONE DAY ..UTOHOMIO."I""IH."LU STATION 1441 S W rtth $r..I SpoclHtln, In I"''''". 11/3t QowntMil It Plymouth 11/4 ItilM i.Trtt:" :*:dally ":r""l 11 it

I 11SERVICE. 4 SHOPPING' CENTER "..h....* Rood Sorvlc SIDNEY Fort lludird.lt LEFCOURT' Florid* I Ford Wigon. i.ciptlonllygood /p11/e1111. L0.. M40rL" /

I 0" duty condition, Very d.'" inide .! ___ _- ___
WALTER FALL .
NORTH TRAIL 00'1-"" .141"1 2-ItI.
842 6th A'.. So. MI. 2-7390 :" end oul Mo
Ml Bay Helhti Drive ROYAL NANSOn)
4040 Nor* Trail" Ml, :2 3817 ll/ll 5t41Trucks
I M,ami. plorld.MIIDRED W<< RAY Slngl' ASlats/ .....,. Moot lltrtctlvc t .......... t
IbntNCos11wk bilk homo on outstanding moverlooking
SHOE REPAIRr MM S W U4rn' Strut I! IMI .... ll/ll 1141Phono IIAttei. Naple Say, ,..-
M1.mP1.4.. Ml -tOM Tractors ....,1, utd O5 t model. this
SILU 'INCORPORATED rmidenc, I II fttrd with *r
I f O B*> 174 PI.tbush1.11.9 without furnithlngt and *en .k*
r1lway. v-1'HIiO" YOU CAN ADVERTISEIN r WJ llf/JiI.-// Brooklyn, it Nw York < 3-Ioats-Motort GMC TRUCKS purchatid I.l s 1.oaf will k-.
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN FT. LAUDERDALE.. M TructM -- low ctul ct. epoeiM.mont
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS THIS SPACE Fort Laudird.il. Florid Sacrificethe The bMl for your money cM Ml' 1 4NI or drive
C HaI Putt RF FEDERAL MORTGAGE 4 ,INSURANCE COMPANY It wnerc plant HrciCi TUFF CMC, INC out t* ftoyol Hkroor office lo.day -
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who ..i. )... from
purcr CALL MI 2.2107 ..,.. rr'iOrtK Rout. No. I. ... IM I, i Mill I le SC..hris Ml' 4ft Ith. II. N*. IIS tit
Nun ,"..tti..,. Ht h inlr*>to N.at.s. Florid IT" Ln/1es. "" Temporary 10.01151144Mobll. SMALL UTAHI

In inowinf bout your ,"p...... FOR DETAILS. OVAKANTSIDHI JAMES L BELL I Cuilom pipth mid e..It'.ft"Link' lory Cl/ ors horn*. NIC.

A.. 1771 'Rum MowNiolM .*.. oedreom apartmonl private All
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1-1401 Florid, nd Cock Pit c. UM* furniahod. Over IM (Royal Pllm

MR. and MRS LEVI P. HOWETH i >Ir5.1, CH Ml flM Sod"Ml* Homes t,_ mmv thru**, nil* lwh.Pric .
lit G,."._. llri.t t'l MM |l.00* doss Own i
Pt I* ft. fittirn IM IkilV, IM 0 r IM Illll Av* North MlI
Pierce Florid
I Chris Crfl Engin. T... lltl NOUM Trail fr Ml. 1144 or I M4*. aribirt .*.
'' \ MR and MRS RALPH MANNO Docks, Rdio. Dipth f Ind.r, ScrMnd in paKO Located InHarmony ll/ll J'
I "" ,,, 111 "I'.. Roed I ICedir !r-.0n-p
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Nw Punt pod Virnlth Shore Treiler,, bra : ftri elar:'TYraIn
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J ,,-If ,, DERRY drove.BROTHERS Now J..a.."COo a.:. VIST' Marls or 11 Nton./ Call Ml, I Mil skier I 10 ON/0 Like Park Would .....,-.,

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0, IN o" ./ (tone a W.II.'., 1111 tf
.t\, HI Fifth Avenue South 'ar It. Litre. C,.Pt Ym5u10boil. t 5111
45-TralUrs For Rent
N.pl.*. Florid 1145. WtaM sad tIt -73.
< : VIAO 7APOTOCNYHI Two HP II Jehnton Motor DMlribl. Retirement FurnIthod -

1, '> Withlnoion Avnu i 111p.eSew.. Trolls A I lortdiliorIt Trilir MM 0505. with Homo Smell upkM, nmlocation .
',,,, 1' will I lmmdit potiMCion
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II. l 00
,>'''' OhioBFNNER : Ht. HIM o wick SPICM
r< \ CORP flr I PM I a week. Rack c.... Troller MI 87555 ..IWN!
.. 1111 If5iulnoSS
7 lose a.v pnth Avinu P.rl //tl1/ 1 .id room, I bilk, Din O..
.. Muml ISich. Florid rr.it. I Ten Air Conditioner' on*
Oppl. pHh wtn*> Fuors5.4.III.
TAKE NOTICE Th.l : Declirdlon of T*""* III boa, tiled' tI I la In* 46-Trailer Parti Spate /.. itn- |ll .M. |tl lath Ave
A Ibovi. itylod, CUM. by PMitlonor. Ilea Nqulrinl authority. theMprMMding S.ttbliinedberviceblelienior a
*. of Ih. t.king/ of Ih* ibov dootrlbod lend<< for the purpoMot I..... Conlict Loonord Menninat. ,ma .tlo-4tl rN10 :!.u

forth In the Petition In this' cause, vii A. rlM of wiy for portion ItM fifth A.... Bo On H........... Croak Soot oIv renlil unit, m *ity. |IS.>M,
of Stile Reid IM In Collier County, Florid. .nd that on. *t Ih. JdM \ Deck Ramp, huHl.koir T0.mt HIM ,. VM moPtion :
___ of INS Circuit Court ., th. Twiirth Judlel! Circuit' .f Fl.rldt.<< will on th* .... renlil Adulit I /'" from I P M. ....
IJth diy *f Novimbcr, AD INS .t. M .clock' .In Ih* forenoon '''.'00'. Turn Road H I'.I all 1 IHt lll41
In Circuit Court C ......... I In Clllr County Court H.,. it lout NpiH. 7-Dogs Cats o P.O.Psedl. .C mSe I
Florid. onldr In |urltdictio*. the IneuffKlency ot Mid S11., Nw55. IIIsal
I't' Docleretlon of Tiklng. cppolnt ppriMr, *ng mtk ..or.r.s th* sa-Lots For SateCOMMERCIAL
Court .*....* proper All ,."100 t. tile put ind oil parties Inrorotledmy I. AKC, Minlctumole. ,. 't
.41 For RentPurnitk
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wMkiPhon
Block
T appear end lit h.... *t the tim see plc. dlgntdYu ru
1 \ r Ml' I Mil. III It9FlowertPlantts..d.
sad sack of LOT
vou *r* hereby Mmmendcd t* *poor by filing
? art .n....' to th. Potmnn h.....,.,. fllM hi TM C."*. In th. .nllnd **! I kodrMm duple' *
A Court on or "". 0.. tie $IHh diy of Novmnr. A 0.. IM4. to hw wh.lIh pi' N* Mil or children t lror Jut off Ih. Trail.. lih Av.
011 ri.h1 tltl. /..,.,..I. or U55s p0 Py of you M, ''ft snd N '.' ot t Mf Ifurntihee1"lot .rt'1/U/Y. "AREA.

L1 tl t ..b.vo dMCMbod.. lade and how ...se "why |h* ...... hould nor be room |M per P.
a s 1 lkn Mr ..>. VIM .nd purvoM Mt fb..h Im' the p.tnailn.1 hereinWITNFI ... R*,ll Plmi In, ..1. ind I maA. plus nliMliN ItllA A404l.ttLMlll
4 4 SAM M., eN.A _' 4Yte'. {, "*. mv h October. A. D.. 1M.. butinit on laturdiy J* In Nbl'* Wright
._ PNhu1Al.. P. O. _.. 101. ilMn ruritithed ifliijieny
/1/ MArt .1t1T T SCOTT
101151.Shab55th.1a. Pin Rid|* Oood satin os
Clark '*f th* Cliult' Court' 155155sock IS Rd. III" N. tonel Ml" Illtf ll/l ll'BB DEWEY POLLY
Coition: Cnuntv Pmrid
"yi 1 /./ INEZ MAQILL 0 C TIDE APIS REALTY

It>aas r 12-H lpDihwthr Wonted Woolly Monthly s...,
OCT IT NaV..IO.U. 1144 gill ..d
d"; .rrwo '0115 i Silly R 0.. D..*, Polly. It..".,
.i and tuntr Jirl' t..r lit Av. N.. sad
wtrrted Apply 1 I* Mr, MingLmplightr flll.l.iKit/ Oif, "eel, et Tlmnml troll
NOTICE OP INTENTION' TO NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAL' Cttri N. Month' (I Illll 1 MOTH) Ml
REGISTER' FICTITIOUS' NAME IY CLERA or CIRcuIT COUP 'll/ll H 2.145eS Ml. 1lliiFurnitnta1 \u-
The underiignod Coca hereby cor. Notico I* hireby |ivn the th* "o
> lily the ..o ere conducting motelnd undonigned! Clerk, I Circuit, Court
,..'.u..nt "" .Ift... it Ooodlend. of C Florid, onth *nrlmi< Tr rent FtMfrHIl. .lot. Qulol ".lgllorno4
Collier County, 0<''''.. under h"eut'N' 55.Nr. IKi. itII -Kolp Want. Female NtplM Pirk Ml I MM ll/ll If !l lilt'. :n4 IK* pm* M
the flctlliou nm* if MARCO clock' A M.. pt th* front door oftho N5M II,CM **H. eatUr nurti

A RED RESEARCHER Th. '....rch ICh.....', r.rj d.* rlbd. by the LODGE of IM and following thai' said firm I.whooonmn com.poeed Courrthouo County, m tool BlulMIng' "C'FlorM Collier UNUtt for otiblihed, 1(AulV hop U"N.1t in BonneRooly SABLE SHORES APTS. on Inn onolAMIIM.

Muiiiani ee the *nly' completely. non man.lie hip 'In the world U borthoc) ncr the Twr ind pticn of ridnc poroon 'M OS *. offer for Mlo end : r.e-. puklt Cotlior County Nw IN. Ml' 144M lsoIls Ott. yy.r',. MaOueI
tot low*' outcry to the ",.".., Sad .kMl bid A 17, ISll/ Rood IM At M ANf Hobl. .
bridge during visit' t. London. The JSO-ton woodtn .hl, hi fitting of non'magntl copper. ALEXANDER L TAIETANOGoodlind dar for ...... the following doMribogproperty r.Mrien.J'Vvh'iliTu.Jdi. .TKiSelery rV .I 7nd"Tbed"reem uniurnithod
_. Florid.MARJORIE "'U.'" tn Collier County, .pertmente. Air Condi
Com M Pr.on. nophone DEWEY POLLY
Florida' towlliTho ....
N TAIETANO Honed heeled fully
Tr.il. Metil.
Ills End
>aet II foot of Ik* WM III (
GeM''."'. Florld. pete YNrINN.' Hill"" Crnl
Ownorthip of MARCO LODGE I II Mfotlowt foot pt WH Of NWI o* NWI4 ofNWtU 55/51 IIflU..t. Cnf AplHminti III lih It REALTY

The one-yes time limit does ). Soction II Tewnohip M BRing ., girl ..nted. 14 houroppeerince North 11141, I IKS. and I I 40'
.
this The ALEXANDER L TAIfTANo.-M' 1a. "lying north of driMq. ... Mule Mrs ,. lW.Lc.|) I !if
VA Set For Flood not apply to provision. w.
Getting MARJORIE N TAIiTANo-tt. NMI.pWith .... eo. D..., Polly' MaaHorornar
VA plans to notify ill\ term II Hi our .Mention. to ipply totho I* She find, dro .. Ire ApplyA end '" ditpoIHien Is.5r' -. ...... for nth Close, I* ? In ".. "No' *nTimiaml .
I wire entered Ml I MM ponding Av.Hlbl now, Mi Clerk/ the Circuit Court Innd PC'-I Il/Il b**41 "
policy holders of this new modified for o:1.: County, Floride. torn'ilir I In Mid Court, the otyl 1* -1';" "" l* lpandry IfLdy n/ii M4ff ....I !114)I )
the Mid, nemo of MARCO 4 for poor round employment
plan! it the time of their RUTH TOwEND Corner M*
ot Prethor Dry Cloening
LOOOE tho prevltione' ofChaptir Na4ot Par
Of Insurance Applications renewal { tt'L. of florid., Acts PUInllff/ Dept Mad b* tiMbl of tin Ironing -Houas For Rent nuliful loctliiaraiin ,
Ys kacd PIMM apply m
INI.. I
This Is Inducementto for *in or $12551.,00G
plan an JR 4 WIFE .
ALEXANDER L. TAIETANO HARyEVOArEI we Primer LundyMildt M tuff, Nig N I Broker
term policy holders to convert MARJORIE' N TAIETANO ETMlf OAK II l/ 411 HH It No. 5ejelit .
De'_.'" Gulf nd Golf s. _
The Veterans Administration Persons now on active duty CONDOM 4 McDANIELAHer50y..t Cleoo I* : -
to a lifetime level premium LwSurt .nd th* doc kit number of wtlMH M prefer a>**'>end Mutt .Mu* i Bedroom Heut See DOWN, 1)1 Mr noMn Millour
Is handle nextMay' with the Armed Forces and certain : *< preparing to 7. akh Building bo neel ,nd **rmbi* p ton* or yrly hickl d
veterans are plan befon the premiums Neplei, Florid' "wi/IIEIt my head *nd Ik* offlicI working ondilion Apply Mrs Drlvo. Chum. ....... COCONUT GROVE City W....,
flood of applications for Philippine on renewable term Iraursnr Nov It. 17, 14, Do*, I. IM4 .IM 1I Mil of Mid Court Ihn IMh diy O'.k.r. 1'4IPhI.C/I..- IlUream. 55 pave1 .!'.*.. ino1 .n *inn4
...
the of National Service not eligible to take pan In the of NC'f. IH4 II AM. .'., .new* of location. if you ail
re-opening
become prohibitive with Increasing MARGARET. T SCOTTClerk .**th Apt. Hotel.. ll/l' M Too 11..11 0.w Quit I b.4- "';
Life Insurance as providedfor insurance reopening. IN THE COUNTY JUOtJE t COURI Nth* Circuit Court I ..,.. turiHthW horn .ITO..I. INC
of all medical examinations 4ge. IN AND FOR of Collier. in the bill President Johnson Expenses COLLIER COUNTY" FLORIDA (CLERK SEAL Male rental. Aw.'....,. now Chirie M To...n MNO39Acresge M55715
Some three WiltftMJ
million NSLJ
signed Into I.w. October that may be required policy IN PROBATE ; f p INI 5loMrlI.nkdy :O'LL 14-Hlp Co. ,...It... III Ilk Av.. SoMl
holders still hold term N*. *MIN Deowly Ill/l ll/l It
13. Tommy J Kehoe.veteran ser must be borne by the appli insurance policies the VA re* RE: sad TieJor. Naplo*. Capenen*."J.,.,m.n....*wantW. .. I..'...rpr.Nrty f kodroom'kouM .*">ipltelrurmthed <
l Kehoe said. 151.,5 otOVCE AS.rn'y So. WoIMN Good lorn-rally 1 lototecTMetonel
vice officer reported yesterday cant. cap* work' w.io* paid
Now IS. 1554 5171
this insurance the ports. DOWNIVi0 knownPIOOY holiday* Cl* M1/ im for alt rntl HIM |'i1"\ : 111 14 ..,**,
J Kehoe said that more than To buy N DOWNEY.AH lie|| l" U Ml fir rot O>
The advantage of this new .... l! peirnniont .4.01or Ir..lr H.ve M fl ofCement
three million veterans with ser veteran musts NOTICE 05 00CIR T"lc8 Seen Tnk no
NOTICE TO CIIIIDITO"1 l.prio>Med Moundtmcnl kin ui.JI'.r' Pel o *
:
vice-connected disabilities and a. Have been originally eligible modified plan U that it permits Crodrtor of the (Mill NtOYCA Notice M hir.by given the oho tr,.....< 0.*......*...*.. ffi.ot- 11015ado.s.51.4w.re well. Phono Ml 1I/tit! till IfVf
conversion to permanent DOWNEY *IM knownPEOOY 5 O-ndtretgnod Clerk of Circuit Court lent y lea C".'. NaoiMtuM mo. Ml ...IIrII": / Nr' III M down end
an unknown number who up to for National Service Life DOWNI71. Docoatod. ore of Collier. County florid.. will. on Club. 'U IfYownf if Irull month No WHered
MM
Insurance NSLJ) betweenOcto- type Insurance 4t lower premium hrby notifiod, .<.. ,_" *d t* Mo the IMh dir *f O--i', ItII IiMM, per OM 101/0 from OotdenOil
now have not applied for ser ( claim or dm nd which oitoch AM : ; ; mn IS or over while orK
than say Col-
vice-connection but can do so ber 0. 1940, and January 1, rates possible before hoes tf.xnt led :tl* M I1.l of th* CeurtriouM, Building 'C Cot: :M>*4 For |55erSwan 50-Roomi For Rent i.r*County': RMlty Open ,.Sundty I/IIJ*.
but the lace value of the fHt* ot Ih* County Judaa ot Colli.r5wnty utr County m Let Nient. florid* itAind Trutk putting uplovndry ; '
in order to obtain Insurance 1957.b. Florid*, In tit N.OIM otter for sale, *nd Mil. It publwovtery bundlo' *. Spots iiilr; IMALL FIVE ACNgTlrilT;with
Have now either no CI policy will be automatically reduced within u> ,II) .* *'.. to the ",."... *nd beet todoreperfy Ma Prethor-i Ltundry Rao ead INrd ........ MI road i"d elMlrKity' low dow
may now be eligible to buy by 50 per cent when rxvnth frm th* eels .* the tlrotoubii CN Nil .-. /ho 5o11owl05 ....,...d 'bocKfn.M 11411 II" IS p*>mnti> *.ty t.,.....
up to $10,000 in permanent insurance or less than the $10. ..tion of HII. Not>... CM own ortuetod M Comer. CountyTtai fip riond Chrytlor For NIGHCNOOL' AREA: Two
the insured reaches the Abov *vrg* MMOm*
insurance coverage.In 000 in authorized coverage age slam.l *nd or mud domind.....mud lie "lit...M.*mmi rot- *rMnt l.wl of .lend M Lot III Mss....pl.oA MO Le* Ptn 01W0 S3-Uit nfls Wanted bodroomt Iwo both, lir tono),
of 63. MHOUM to s.11 0arp.L 1.1'
.. Cry- ymouth wa11
addition another unknown Be tn one of the following donco *nd o eat otfi** *ddrM N Ih* If Ik. rut Sad rukCompany 11115 ': ..1k
c.: Littto Per"1* 91. N 15511. "
The has the tiimm and rnwot b lo byIh i
policyholder worn
option ., rood. .>
Mr In good
Ire *
number of veterans whose disabilities three groups-- that lintnt: hi* ywM. or hi/ (. record/ a.rPlot Bee CMMrt ) 10.1111. Nasae/ Ap' / MARLOWE AND BECK
at time to restore theIullllt1OW'C >' of Counly -
gjMbiM
M will void r
lomy or ooor o Mordin
are not service-con: (1) Veterans with service- of covengebypur I* ..., I fioride. tho said eenet ooinsTh 6-Help Avall.ltle 0.M odd 1.5. for I'drp.10 F... REALTORS
P010s homo or *prtmnl 41 fifth Ave So
.Ibod
nected may also be able to purchase connected disabilities who meet chasing ordinary U/e Insurance .*/* Thorn Altornoy** M for frown s.aeNNa11y* kvoot 54 0.foot of .:MM II* If work. diy or woos. om '.,. Dad Mart II/U M Ml' lUII!: IM*!. I M.J

up to $10,000 in cover standards of good health. without "' ...... 0.-.,. leot ,ot thol pert of Mid tot. III ,....5.140 women Need* la r.-.r.. 5IUAT..
medical AlM ltMPtHl
.
.
examination. .._.,., Ird north of o .. 0r. .M.sescmle. .* Collier
Veterans whose service- I.K5. (.. (2) ,T .. N recorded hi Deedoo
yw> w CARROII 1121Lair I4 N ELEVATION
age.They may do this under terms connected disabilities alone do OWN 4 / l.vIlO. /Record* f* of.s.Collier. 0 Ml County of th*Flood.Pvkti ROBERT H JAEGER f'I., .IM per 4r* up Cod orlerm

of the new law on or after May not permit them to meet standards Two CorporationsIn $tun...**II.. Fhwtd IaNk 5.14155 ..."II''! ... therefrom the ii'th M i foimdMaWt "*g R > *,!.. ) n
5. toot Th 0 e.o.poso005400 th* Nioto* mhooo.no: ttr tit t M<. H Air* 1"Dw..e"'f' 'w1n'
1. 1968. and before May 3, of good health. AHors.p A50NI.,1I OC"-'N perpolual right ., grM M ...* TV
005. rF Nov 5. IA 1I ISM ootd welch M low U M* pe' .<'.. Term
Collier from MM dOMriood lend *ro
whose County greo
1966. the VA pointed out. ((3) Veterans nonser- .. SS-SffH" Office
over ond iloog on OMOO 0,5.Mat. dormllf Pas 4 pm Bieutifol ...01.. Bey ft irot
The VA planning before r1a-co elecced disabilities as I I till Mr Na10a51 h-5 0eser,5.d..awl P.r.1" r."W' Ia. lit 9{ .1. ,114. N INTIRCOASTAL WA.TIA. .
Receive Charters M ft M No M ft 11(11 FRONTAGE opoola -
May 3. 1965. to mall full details of October 13, 1964. the date ./ is. we,, e0t 05 .. 535 Ii for rMCNN. *. Port Revel, it th* t.uth.rni
Into law News From loot N sad Let Ill Off"F"[ : Ml Hh Av* NN of Rovai Hrbor A DEVltOPIRS
and forms to the bin was signed -
application TALLAHACStE- ffecretar* ol ,0.r0,0.1' lo the ...... ...,.. d Ire 2J-MJec. FN Se" / DREAM Wilt MHI
all veterans receiving monthly prevented them from buying Stele Tom Adams today a -..e.od eoure omerod M **M ptndmg .nlrt or .H 14 IM for
the M4) Court le olyi of we*** leASNA.P S7-HOVtOt For Salt .. commercial Insurance at tile chafing of the foUov
compensation payments. County Recsrds P90505 S'. **>iioira kom* mi I00.1) '
lay Collier County Corporation piawtiN itkM I eowMt ior 140* Ml.M *.
Those veterans whose disabilities highest rates. ll/ll' sHe M Norw M LlW' ..

are service-connect Higher premiums will be Goat Island toe P. O. 841TtS. 1 151N/1N IT Al t Pew t Bodroom. t both, OoodKor.io t SuacnViltohf* w.U vACTjE. '
Kaplea AatDorli Moet COMMON LAW Defend** Com* oougnf *nd Sold NiptMMinor (loctrw kitchen" (MMily uo*
DOCKET
In Trm.
ed but who now those veterans Mr*
sre drawing charged Md the docket number of whb fc> Motel IJI4MCVW ,,. '. Nre.l.dI O* per
three to 1,000 ahares of COMBO si ll.OC .. NON ..d Av Con |1dooo.lad. invMlmont tor' tomorrow
compensation will I not be Included two and an o'aoMte Vance tteahard et a '" ;5T.10 e t4VIROLAOIS
groups 1T1rvr.r
pr chare, meet Vovenbor I, wTN.Iwp host *-d th* 01.1 owe 111, per --. 'inloroM M icrM *n Sand feed
In this mailing. For cases the premium rates win and AiMhca ridoltt a4 C... W toot of said Covrt t*'* IN* .05-.lNIL.. NN.er .nd) INN mcbjded. ( 1."n.wAY
de&1Inr" e ; 5400.50.4 Ottt 000 0111. rSlat.
these, and for other veterans cover administrative coats as icitf tmUa. lacorporitors salty Co. .. ac.,.. Pad Crakaas ; ill. '/ Novomoor* hand IOMITNEI end tho orrujiel OO.OH t btMk toetheron NO CLOSING COST -- Na WI ad Ooli55
,
who be eU- me policy value. and Collier Cowry Motors my: 15.0 IMh dy of I. ll'TT. I whrl rOOthoron Gobs ....,.. ToM 00 I.wa5
believe well as
they may TBOUM It Brows, Gertrude K bbMMr5w: **> **hor '*m phono VINCE CONBOY V. Cowls ..1..... y4....
will be Issued 'toe., ..... JleCtSC-C:e. nd.. *; Nr
materialand The new policies H l orP1M
tbic full MO
f explanatory mebtra Ireae A. Kopp, all ofMaplty MARGARET V BCOTT I"U Jt til Stft Av. Prko>*yMl .rokor* Coop

application forms will been at low non-dividend: premiums ; filed by a K. Carroll CHANCERY Clerk./ C.5.of..** 5"J', !..Ceuin...) hr* : ,.i -wolf 700.-7.L1'rol!;,' II74I G. H. LUFF

hand at the St. Petersburg which will c.ln.orabl P. O Boi 71. Xaplee, DOCXIT 4l.A'\. {IA\' too* c'po<* w..,. 110141.MMIDIATE P0If I Reg Rl Ettit. Broker

VA Regional Office by April wbh a net COM of world Klncrto.. CI b. bcorporaled Kelaon .. Klrtr and Mildred rR(1. 54AO/ll eIs ken* *oieotn f r-a M..ohlmpooor r II"7 IIN.de it- sad IbiON I bodroemo. ... *lo with r>. CoM I both 1 til .Ills It ... ....*" "

196 War 0 Cl Iftsorance 305 fiftk Avenue, Soot: Ifagtes.rttod Cook ve CverfladM City Prop. :': ooc4> from) .1....* Low Cows 10NN. -fr.4 ,,_.*.
Raya I br Jaatea R.Adaoia rUea I e.gko.wjy1lad "' .WplNflr // oermoM. .rty rider, county ir very pctiv .,_ r* d.hMW .
lDC..coaplalnllorlar.
TI. : 26-P.Mft.1) io>** only: omo on Ih* wetorwey 951 t.."... good. depth
CAN CONVERT P. O 8o 41.. ..pl*.. atory decree, tojweUoai) *.. to M....* Sail 1 other erfkh MIMH.ROBERT, I/I M .... I/I M oor
OBSERVE DEADLINE
POT>>M to prorld.5oeli>f oa atOcMrMNS our f retteC I AAOOOLICIA59R1M0u100s --r.: I mwutM Lono.Brookwdo lo. 510
Ne/bor
No applications can be ac- to addition to the re-opea-: or oitmon wi**) grmtMgorooienn
beau. CubecrtteraiJtatn Mary AM MRS vs Ardor .Joe A tor poly o, saw Villas.. follow. thoffC&T As.iNNsSP54

eefxed before May 1. 1965. tng of rfiU. the new law allows R. Adams Ol TWrJ i....- ROOIIIppOf(. row .. mg Ml I4HI* Vioinrn ooroidly.oxomo N. te.,.. NlIdp 0'-

Because of this. the VA requests veterans who already bold Street foutk IterrtoU E 'taw. Marco Id.aad DL.1ape./ limn falSE t"'l Mooting W Prrtt FLORIDA REAL
C>> Amioc o* **
I mat veteran do not existing World War D er Korean art. 10 IUU tVre. .SouD. Bar. I Corp.re WiBwr B01 p rtores_ DVIJIt' FOUl 5.014 4 *t A ur* Overy Tuo* .*t ESTATE MART I IM.BROOKHOE H. JAEGER

write phone or call for appU- Conflict-type term poUde Data, Olaker, loco **.1 Av .., teute ot MUM J. M....... ffeTM IHIItTII n ":' e. .. I PILLAGE Nog "I/: .,rokorNao .
Srie plnoj ce Tok t Flol
catlons until after 1.1965. to convert to modified life plan. aU d Rapfes. t M clear Utl.









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Inter-County Now Has 80,000 System-Wide 1 COU.H. COUNTY mws. *+" ... pe, r,?.. ...._1.. ?. .tree



County Business '



Action on the application by North and But Naples and the 000th Naples Telephone Installed .
( the Gulf Coast TV firm for per. Isles of Capri was one proposed :
R mission to us* rig"it.of.wy along district | Marco and GoodUnd
f the Isles of Capri Road to lay a second; and Golden Gate E*.
f a cable to the development was labs and Immokale the third. On November 12, an Important tun Ll1hA creased to (41B by I960. However 000 miles of 1 lone dlstanc circuits -
delayed again at County Coromls. Everglades and CbokolockM milestone In the story the period from 1960 to lacing together 31 exchanges -
F" lion meeting this morning. areas apparently wr to be con. of Naples' rapid growth was today's 11.000th telephone installation serving' 294 communities
No franchise for TV service. lderd at a later dat*. marked when the lnter-.owny has seen IMP figure b 13 counties in South: Central
l has been awarded by th*Coromls.slon. Administrative Assistant RhyBeatty <
Gulf TV did make appllca. advised Commission that Telephone System Installed Its h Increase by 6.S24 telephones. and Southwest Florida. An estimated -
11,000th telephone In the Naples lnter-<: urban and
tion for a county.wide franchise further discussion on franchise ount". Naples growth aggregate
late last summer, but this was requests was scheduled tor the exchange. In the I..t four year.hII there rural population of about a quarter -
opposed by two other parties December I meet Inc. In calling attention to the occasion fore equaled that of the pre- million people reside In this
Interested in franchises In cer. County Attorney James R. Ad ,J.N.Johnson, presidentof vious 20." area. Excluding the Bell and
tain ....... The Commission de. am* was authorized make legal the telephone firm,noted that Shearer briefly reviewed General Telephone Systems the
layed action tor further study. recommendations for franchise It has been not quite seven M/ ztltialnt achievements of the telephone lnter-<:owuy Telephone System
Attempting to resolve prob. specifications that might be ad. months since the 10,000th telephone company with respect to the ranks first in Florida in terms
lime In this new franchlM fI.ld. vertlaed for bids. He If to r.. was Installed In Naples, c Naples and Collier County area. of number of telephones and 18th
the board voted this morning to port at the next meeting. Johnson recalled that the 10, I He pointed to the recent million In the United States in termsof

with divide possible the county action into at districts a later 000th telephone was placed in L1- i dollar service Improvement revenues. It Is owned by
t. the office of Naples Mayor Archie and expansion program over 4,000 stockholders nationwide
date to grant separate fran. County Engineer Harmon Tur.
i chlses. ner reported to Commission that Turner, on April 301964. that has already brought about and has a plant Investmentof
i the Brat Road Department had Thursday's Installation of the the completion of the new North $41 million.

f l advised him that construction 11,000th presented a marked '. .,. Naples Central Office on US --
Reuther will start this week on the side contrast. 41 in North Naples This new
Report walk along the north Trail for D.T. Shearer, assistant gen exchange 1s scheduled for activation QuestionnairesAre
Sea Gate Elementary students eral manager of the Inter-<:oun- In late 1965.

May Take Hand The Commission authorized ty System, described the unique In addition to the many cable Mailed .
advertising for about 11,000 yards setting for the record breaking and central office additions now
of fill for the site of the High AY For Ag Census
In Ford StrikeDETROIT way Patrol Station and the pro. telephone. It was installed In an in progress along with the cur-
posed welcome station at Carnes. Indian chlkee located some five rent two story addition for the Questionnaires for the 1964 .
(AP) Walter P.Reuther town. This will fill from threeto miles south of Naples, on the Company's District Headquarters Census of Agriculture are now
president of the United five acres of the aeven.acresite. Tamlaml Trail In the heart of on Fifth Avenue in Naples being mailed out to farmers and
Airto Workers Union, cut short a The patrol station appears Everglades country. work has begun on the new Mar- ranchers of Collier County, according
German trip today and headed a reality, but plans for welcome co Island central office building. to John Hooker crew
horn giving rise to speculation M- leader in of the
charge
station are Indefinite. OPENING GIFT SHOP ; When this office and census
that he will take a hand in the exchange in the county.
The recipient of the special. Is placed Into operation in late
Ford Motor Co. negotiations The questionnaires are expected .
However, UAW spokesmen The Commission authorized ly marked telephone was Cory : ., ,,_ 196S, It will become Inter- to reach the farmers withina
her said Reuther Is returning start of the lot clearing and Osceola, and It was Installedin County's 31st exchange said. few days This will allow the
to receive an Equal Oppor. mowing project upon recommen. his chlkee on one of the supporting The Inter-County Telephone farmers a period of time In whichto
tunitles Award from the Nation. datlon of the Lot Clearing Com. poles. Cory is chiefof System has 85,000 telephones in consult their 1964 farm bus.
al Urban League in New York mute*. Work will start In the the Osceola tribe of the service and employs approxi- loess records in order to ana.
tonight. H* was due In New Burdal Subdivision In East Na. Seminole Indians and chief Interpreter SPEAK SEMINOLE OR ENGLISH, it doesn't matter the 11,000th mately 750 people. These wer questions on the form accurately

York this afternoon and was due. pies, a comparatively small de. for the Indians of Collier telephone installed by the Intei-County Telephone System, will carry people working as a team before enumerators begin
Detroit Thurlday.That'l Individual
to return to calling on farm.
veloproent, on an experimentalbasis County. The chief is open- the installation and maintain the
that message The record breaking was made in a Seminole operate system
the day, however, era to collect: thequestlonnalres
to establish a pattern. Ing I gift shop the Tamtam
top-level Ford and UAW offl. Befor action Is taken along chikec Present for the occasion, from left, were : Russ Whited, local which includes over 55,, These visits are scheduled to
any Trail that will feature Indian
\ dais ere supposed to meet if a property owners will get notification telephone company manager ; Mrs. Cory Osceola and granddaughter; start on November 13 in this
strike at Ford Isnt settled by of Intent by the Com. selected articles for tale, and he Carl Holbrook, Gulf District manager; and Cory Osceola, chief of the county.
red
then. mission. All work apparently will a wall phone for Osceola tribe of Seminoles.With An enumerator will call on ev.
Nearly half of Ford's auto be on a bid basis. Property own. the occasion. The chief had no Rattler Gets cry farmer in the district under
factory work fore, 70,000 men, ors will have an option of clear. idea that his telephone would be his supervision the leader said
was Idle today because of what ing lots themselves, or having 1nter-<:ounty'! 11,000th tele- a twinkle in his eye he installation when he referred phone System's 85,000th tele- At the time of the call, the enwn.
the company called a strike It done by contractors.Vanderbilt.. phone In the Naples exchange, smiled and said that it was a similar ceremony scheduledfor phone installed throughout the The Point From erator will help the farmer com.
b I caused parts shortage so there was quite a big "pow- always a five day trip throughthe the following day at Le- system" plete answers to any questions
Reuther was in Frankfurt forth wow" during the Installation marshes and waterways of high Acres, about 75 miles Holbrook said; 'The excellent Clay Bailie 9Nlne.yeirold that prove difficult to understand
world auto worker congress which was attended the the and check the form for accuracy
by chief Everglades due north of Chief Osceola's development In the Naples
) Sources there said his sudden The do-it-yourself aspect of the
and his family with telephone The brilliant red telephonehas "This has been '
return home was prompted byI along chlkee. Installation exchange area a big Clay Bailie, of farm census Is aimed at saving .
"new developments, and especially (Continued from page 1)) company officials. a gold plate on the receiver Holbrook said, "at Lehlgh Acres factor in Inter-<:ounty's over- Pine Ridge, killed a rattlesnake I time and effort
strikes, in the American vel were built upland along the During the course of the conversation that is Inscribed as followjj was the Inter-<:ounry Tele- all growth picture. Back In Sunday using the point of a shortstick The Census of Agriculture is

I automobile Industry" beaches, roads which would concerning this particular '11,000th telephone-Naples 1940, when Naples could be And If he doesn't stop do.,1 taken every five years in the ,
Ford, which has 160,000 hour. permit access to fishing areas. : telephone and Its significance Exchange, Installed November best described as a sleepy lit- ing things like that, his mother years ending in "4" and "9"
ly paid workers, brought the Herren, general manager for to the Naples area. 12, 1914, forChlef CoryOsceo- 2 Children tle ocean village, there were will apply the broad side of the, to gather needed, up-tolat In.
Idle total to the 70,000 mark the Collier Corporation, who Chief Osceola recalled the fact la, Naples, Florida" only 108 telephones in service.As stick to the seat of his pants. formation on the nation's agricultural .
with two more plant layoffs appeared before the board last that he has been a resident of Burn To DeathIn more people began to hear Proud but still annoyed with, resources and pro.
her youngster, Mrs John Bailie
Monday. ductlon Such information is vt.
f week cooperation In Collier County for some 43yean about Naples and Its ideal location -
Tb. new layoffs, affecting 11,. offering Parked Car told the NEWS how it happened. tal in making decisions affect.
and SYSTEM'S
that 85,000th
I' pledged during time he telephones In service In-
BOO at the eliminating dangers Mother and children out of the U. 8.
I, men, were Chicago has made were ing many segments
Carl Holbrook Gulf district
,
trips
and Los Angeles car assemblyplants continuing support this morn many many The Mass of the Angels was riding Sunday In the family car, economy Data gathered include
"We will continue to cooperate from Ochopee in a dugout canoe manager, noted the Importanceof said at 10t30 o'clock Monday Swings Too Wide parked on the Wlnford Janes the number and ire of farms,
Ford has said its entlr 90. In any way to keep from that he "poled" back and forth the occasion of the Naples morning for Melba Marie Contr Scenic Drive Parkway to wait acreage and harvest of crops,

plant nationwide system may b* killing people" he said. ru, 3; and Cynthia Ann Con. Hits Parked Truck for Mr. Baill. who was out in a livestock Inventory, informationon
forced to close this week un.Us He presented a letter from treras, I, who were burned to buggy hunting farm equipment facilities,
local strikes by the United the Naples Park Area Association death in a parked car Immoka, Tommy Jack Dorsey, 83713th Little Clay, a student at Sea farm products sold, and use of
Auto Workers are settled. thinking him for his action lee Sunday afternoon. TAe Mass St., N., was charted with tar. Gate, spotted the 3'/4foot' rattleron fertilizers, insecticides, and
Five strikes involving 18,700 last week GM Strike Worst Blow was said by Father EmUlano Or. less driving, after he allegedly the roadway, nonchalantly herbicides
men continue out of the group of das of Our Lady of Guadalupe truck a truck parked on 11th picked up a ZVfcfoot stick, walked
"We do In
nine that began Nov. 6. They not want autos Church in Immokalee. Street, Northbelonging to Bovn.. right up to the snake and deftly TOO BUSY TO NOTICE
include key parts plants in Ypsl. playgrounds; said Herren. "It Interment was In the Immoka.lee ton Landscaping Company of pinned the head with the pointof DES MOINES Iowa (APV-Don
lantl and in Sterling Township, Is not our Ides to keep peopleoff Cemetery Funeral arrange Palm Beach, at g:47o'c1ockMon.: the stick End of snake ,
MIch., and the Buffalo, N.Y., the beaches, just to keep To Economy Since 1960 mints were made by the RichardA. day night Clay told his mother he figured Benson of Des Moines was out
tamping plant as well as two from killing them." Plttman Funeral Horn. According to the police report, the younger member of the clan of his office when his H -
assembly operations at Wayne, He reviewed some put history Beside their parents Mr and Dorsey made too wide a left might have wandered Into danger. year-old daughter Nancy railed
Mich. on Vanderbilt Beach where WASHINGTON (AP) The larger decline In industrial Mrs Adam Contreru, the two turn on Third Avenue, North, Otis territory, so that's why he decided the other day to tell him that
fatalities were narrowly avoided General Motor strike last production during the nation. girls are survived by their pater off of Eleventh Street and hit the to kill the rattler. the electricity had off at
SALES FORECASTER He told of s baby lying month gave the nation's economy wide steel strike In 19S9 nal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. truck and failed to stop after the Mrs Billie did not require gone
blanket Its roughest Jolt since the The Federal Reserve said that Concepclon Contreras of Im.mokalee. accident. Damage was estimatedat medical treatment their home
on s the beach.
on A
TUSCALOOSA, At*. (AP) A I960 recession, and the effect "recovery in November will be $'0. to the truck and at $50. Don was out at the time of
University of Alabama marketing its speeding car went by leaving may linger If the current strikeat dampened by the beginning of The accident happened Sunday to his car.Officer the call, but a fellow worker
researcher ha* developed a tracks on the blanket. He Ford Motor Co. puts another strike at other plants in the only moments after the mother George Dampier made took the rail and relayed the .
method by which computer can: pointed out that people skiIng ruc wit ha
auto
extended damper on production. Industry had parked the car in front of an the Investigation.
calculate a sale forecast In on the water towed Information to Don who then
scar
by Government economist fret Although deliveries of new Immokale pharmacy. The fire
less than half an hour. The Job on the beach endangered ted today about the possibility ear fell SO per cent, retail was discovered by a woman who Rattlesnakes In size low cost phoned home and asked Nana
formerly took several day. Dr. others that might be caught that labor disputes could causea sales continued to climb In oth.r parked behind the Cont"rllcar. (from less than two feet long if the power had been restored.

Morris of marketing Mayer,and associate a:developer profeasm of by the rope towing the skier. general business slowdown line, and the overall effect The Immokale Fire Department to more than a seven-foot WANT AD "Don't know," Nan,'v replied.
the said sales forecasting "Drag racing on the beachesis after an almost uninterruptedclimb was a decline of only 3 per cent was called as an unidentified l length "I've been watching TV."
new lathe system bedrock, foundationof another danger w* do not of four years.If for the month. The output of man tried In vain to get into the .
offer the Ford stoppage Is settled business equipment was 10 percent locked car.
all retail decisions. The 'forecast want to our winter visi
he aald.Anomer quickly, there remains the ahead of a year earlier The car was not opened until
decideon tors, .
helps management threat of a nationwide rail Since strikers are counted a* the fire department arrived and
merchandise and operating. speaker, counter- strike next week There I* talk employed in Labor Department smashed a widow OW. Han. GOOD
eipene budfets, projected personnel Ing suggestions that certain of trouble in the steel industry, statistics on unemployed, the cock, coroner, said the childrenhad W
need and changes Inphyaicsl areas be closed to vehicle traffic even though the contract dead. jobless rate held steady at 8.S died of burns before the car
facilities
line is month away per cent last month. There wasa was opened. The Interior of the
and others opened pointedout Both government and bud. reduction in employment car was destroyed by the fin
that strangers coming her ness economists have expressed
as tourists will not Immediately concern over the possibility that 1'NEWS
be able to learn where the wag settlement such as the \1
rLEASE' safe or danger areas are loca one at General Motors could
ted lead to a heavy round of Infla.tlon .
after four year of relative '
stability, Now they also face theposslbIUty
UPLAND ROAD that the sam labor
4 L. After Chairman Polly gaveled management disputes could FOLKS

A BRAND NEW the discussion to a close lead to a sag In the economy !
Commissioner Wes Downing "I believe w* hew to worry :
MAINTENANCECOMMERCIAL suggested running a grade typeof more about keeping thing roll.
road upland a abort distance Ing than we do about Inflation,"
FREE from the beach especially for one administration official said I *... WATCH
N l iil vehicle traffic. This appearedto The Federal Reserve Board JJ
reported Monday that Its index '
meet with from "
approval :
of industrial production had fall -. : FOR
some of those who were .
opposed
.n from 134.0 In September to .
to the proposal to limit 131.7 In October. The seal t* OUR BIGf.r
vehicle traffic bad on a value of 100 for the
WATER No action was taken at the 157.90 average Thus the Octo.

meeting, but It appeared as ber rate was 31.' per cent high r4rfju ,.
soon as the County acquires .r than (that of the late 1930. J
possession the 166 acre tract The October drop was only : ( AD
HEATER for a public park further consideration about 1.7 per cent, but It was : !
of the whole situation the first time In more than a I

will be an agenda Item. year that the scale had dipped,
sit of the decline
and the was a
luilt to the highest ipecifcaliont But the Commission did"lis. e
sine December
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