The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i'lt\: Coun"'l balked this morn. landscaping and sodding. Play 000 'lowsrd construction cost of
lug at proving a use plan for ground equipment described u the f t,000 building, will be present
the south half of Cambler Park, the safest and best on the marketby for the ceremonies: the r-
but did put a resolution ap. Recreation Director Julius creation director said.

proving the Junior Woman'Club Lesser, will be bought with funds Also to be discussed at the con
t A fund-raising drive for child. raised by the jwc
i f a campaign. ferenc I* the loud noise of
ren's playground In the park. Joel Kuperberg told fallow must emanating from the build.
Count alno voted to spend Council members he was not Ing on teen.a *dincnlfht.Crl
$1,500 from contingencies to prepared to approve the Und.ua Hoffmann said the nuts t I. ac.cenluuled .
make the play area usable with plan for the park' south half, by dance-bands' amplifying
4J especially with another parking equipment and the"terribleacoustic
lot within It. The new proposed *" of the building'main
parking !lot to accommodate 40 hall.
car, would be placed Just west
: .MAL of the community center build. CABANA LEASE

1n,. Council approved a revised
t lease with Tahlllan Cabana Rent
-- ,- -- "" ;.... ,i1'..-- MODE NEEDED als, which hope to make more
= There already I I. s parking under the
SEEMS like everybody in town wants to find out Cooking School. The photo above shows just a small The lot on the east aid of the build. money Luwdormllk Park new Presently setup the at

I "what's cooking." So it seemed, anyway when the portion of the huirt turnout that jammed the auditor Ing, at the park' southeast cor. park lifeguard rents the cabana,
doors of the Tahitian Cove auditorium opened this ium from front to rear Another session tomorrow. BX THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ncr, with space for H car*. lap company paying the City 10
morning for the first session of the "Portraits in Food" (Duilingame-McUrath photo) City Manager Vinci Wood said per rent and the lifeguard 10 perCent
ROME: lAP) The Italian more off-strwt parking apse. 1* of revenue
Foreign Ministry today enteredth needed to adequately serve the
Immediate xpulalon of two newly.lmllt community building. Under the new contract, the
Another Session Tomorrow firm will station Its own man at
Egyptian diplomats caught try Wood pointed out the location
Inc to chip a bound, drugged of the proposed new parking! lot the park to rent cabanas, beach
prisoner to Cairo In s trunk la. on s map of the park's factll. towels, and sell soft drinks and
beled "diplomatic mall" ties. Council studied the map cigarette from vending ma.
Turnout In Rome police said they had In. and then agreed to Wood' *ug.gestlun chine This employee will need
Big NaplesTo formation the victim, Moroc. for s first.hand look at half flee of the present lifeguard of.

can-born Joist Dabs, 30, had lice area under dlicusilon Coun.
been a spy for the United Arab ell recessed for 20 minute, gin. The City will receive 15 per
Republic some years ago and gerly stepped across torn.up cent of the revenue from this
more recently for lirael. Eighth Street, and walked) around operatum, but the City will los
See What's The police said Dahan waa an the park' south side.Kuperberg the $" s month revenue It has
Cooking'Empty Israeli cltlten. The Israeli Em. said he is "not prepared been getting from suftrftrink
bassy said It had no record of to talk In public this morn. machine at the park pavilion.
Ing" about some Und.uae pro.
seats were as scarce could not be present. Don turnout of cooking enthusiasts. those encoding today's school said the "diplomatic blems he envisions. on the pine
as hen's teeth at this mornIng' Page of the local FP&L office Tahitian Cove prexy Ed Schoenthsler received free prizes galore trunk" had almost certainly south side. "In our headlong Complains About
been used before for human rush to cover the park with a*
session of Collier Coun was on hand to assist said more chairs for the an opportunity to view latest
could wait until 130
cargo. phalt we |
ty's first cooking school with the activities. auditorium.. available.In models of electric appliances tomorrow, so I can sxplainT" Slow Men Working
"Permits In Food" which Additional will be addition to Instructions as local firms
seats pro- displayed by he asked Council agreed to .
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opened s two-day stand st the vided for tomorrow' momlne's on how to prepare gourmet and a look st some of the 1906model VATICAN CITT (AP) A have Kuj.erbn bring up' the ell lien complained by telephone w. .
Tahitian Cove auditorium session In order toiisur.*adequate foods for Thanksgiving (\to. sutomoblles parked In controversial declaration on matter at Thursday .fternolltl' Monday about the time InvolvedIn
sponsored by Sunshine Food- seating facilities for what morrow's session will be concerned from of the auditorium by local religious liberty encountered anew Council conference. Improving th* valley hirb.w. .
way Florida Power A LightCo. Is expected tote sneven bigger with Christmas foods) dealers. And even the weather obstacle today in the Valt. The new community center will .,.
., and the Collier County cooperated wholeheartedly can Ecumenical Council. tit dedicated at 8 p,m December Specifically, he said, he want.
"Pally News. The auditorium _.-.... --- .-. It has been s beautiful day In The draft statement, which IS, Leaser Informed council ed to protest I sign reading 1
doors opened st 8:30 and class ......... ;r Naples had been strongly supported byprogressive Lester Morris who donated. $15,. Blow men working "
M prelate In the Raman
es started st 9:30. Hsyes also Introduced Mrs
Catholic aasembly, 1* due
HjG. Hayes FP & L division Rebecca Tart Miss (Katherine .
fur its first vdsThuraday.Dut :
sales manager welcomed the Blackshesr and Miss Ellen a group of unidentified Draft Beer Dispensers
over 300 women (and s scattering Camrell, of FP&L's home service prelate l asked that the vote be
of men) to the first session division who Joined forces delayed until the nest council :1
of "Portraits In Food," to conduct the school. session which might nut behold
which will be sn annual affair. Tomorrow's session of before We so that they For Home Sale Gets OK
Hayes Introduced FP&L Ma- "Portr it. In Food" the first mlgtit have more time to study
fiager Tad Fraser and NEWS the revised version now before J
event of Its kind ever held In
publisher Mike Chance. Don them. Naples City: Council voted. (tide l.tsevrhere: on the alcoholic
Collier County will run on the
morning to permit elullr..Ood'fr beverage front, Dplngler told
Wynn, of Sunshine Foodway, 4. \M, l same schedule.today-auditorium NAGOYA Japan (AP) sales of home dlsp,.nr.of draft Council that the present City
doors will 0(11III11 8t30s beer
distant requirement effecting
four month Japanese police
Late FlashOrder jn. and the clan will get underway hunted the eqiert mastermind.Ing The matter rams before Coon. place telling such beverage
st 930 s.m. I gang of plrjpotkell that ell because sties irf suth: Item wu at variance with elate law.
netted nearly fM.OOOtn vicious had nut 1 been Included In the IMof The City now require bar
cues since May. permitted occupation In the or parkaf stores b* 400 feet
95 City ordinance from the nearest church or
Mot of the victim wr
fleeced as they left bank after Council mad explicit that school, measured in a straight
ProgramIs making withdrawal Ihes draft beer cooling and dl*. line. Put stale law prescribes

police said they gt* their mu pausing machine will be sold on. the meaurmenl shall be by the
ly to private home "for private most direct route,
Tuesday. He was Mine lenda,
Military.Bases 4*, for 10 years the Nagoya use by the occupant of the tone" which. hariflr *r".t
Spreading police force's expert catcher of In the word of Carl Hoffmann, line.
pi rk pocket*. who mad the motion Annual II. owe ran regulate the distance
cense fee of f 31 was set for taw but nut the method of measuring

Cut Out --All Over WASIIINOTON (AP) A passer Dunn distributor told Council William his machine Dunn ((fonilniwd on Bag 2)I

UJI riOO jet fighter plane are not crtiv-veraied device A i
WASHINGTON CAP) Sec WASHINGTON (AP) PrUdent which was escorting a reenn.nalssance unit consists of s cabinet, eouU
rotary of Defense Robert S. Johnson's legislative pro. plan over Lao hat leg machinery, container fur rte United Fund
McNamara announced today U gram U expanding Ilk* S batchof been shut down Rescue m> ration beverage, and s lap. The dli.
more military base wID be.lImlnattd. realty bread dough In a for the pilot are underway pieces can accommodate an Total At 36%
The* Include some warm kitchen Secretary of Defense Rut*. eighth, quarter, or half keg of
naval shipyards. .. Sri I. McNamar announced beer, Dunn ald.
Until Tuesday, about all that
McNamara told a news eon. j. bad ben mentioned la the way today. $25,346.55
frnc the bases affected by Of priority legtsJafion( were two The fighter was one at two NOTE LAW
the new cutback will b* an. big bill the President did not aircraft escorting a RflOl ptx/fo Wai law prevent Sunk dla.
nounced nurlda,. H* declined COOKING demonstrator Sf n. Rebecca Tart ts shown get list year medical care forth reconnaissance plane In opera pen sere from being put (in put
to Identify any of them at this is she discussed! up.to-lhe-minute culinary techniquesat and under l time. cummer at the request of the lorney David StingIer III att. The
and the Appalarhla bill to
this \ number of pump
said the morning session uririsinir|) retail prir. of mere thin
He cutbacks will be federal galas government to detect $400
aid Into ti* depressed
phased out over s period of men showed up tin the school indicating' one of ll.Mate mountain rid" Infiltration d Worth Vietnamese will limit the home market, the
year and will save about $500 two things They don't like then wives' cooking er But after WhJie House eon. personnel and equipment Into distributor indicated.
million s year "without degrad. they admire it so much they're trying to see how she f.r< log our military capabilities." does It. f (Burlintcsme-MeCrsth photo) Tuesday, HOWM Demecrstk McNamara told a new con. twen 1k1s and I liquor mpboartU
b addition to Iblpyarc .Mo Leader Ctrl Albert talked to ( rente that the incident oc. tap home" Coun Um*" Rn.

Namara said air bases, army reporters 1* his *ptl<4 crffu cured about midnight UT, lathe bert Combe remarked. Other
bates and other facllltu will and laid the. meaeur also "panhandle" part of Lane I* Members, notatdy. !H. Francis
b* affected some mall and Prize Winners At are being .matter d as MM la the south central section. Ford, ruled the moral questionof :
torn quit !arg*. line after these t- making" alruhoUt beverages
Th. latest batch of base do*. Expanded *<"ial Security ally .cl..lbal to youth In the
Ing comes on top of S14/ prevl. beitefll f. all present rectpi.nt MOSCOW (AP Invest .... horn.
:JIll action to close or reduce '. thorltl ate promoting. the So. Replying to ford's argument,
Installation considered svrplas. Cooking SchoolDoor A new cue for the arearedevelopment Viet Union M a winter play. Mayor Ar'MTurner commented
aimed ground for tt extra tourists that '''M kid getting aitohoU W-

.t Jacking) If Uw prcVa5,iemmt. of Se..11If< mire foreign rtve.sue beverag. now wW CMitUu I*
2 Youths Hurt prizes given a-ay today 'o ipeciaion a> Collier k4gtMwimf>a.rar...*. Thisprcyu.ai the coYer-. travel pt then .' whether or not tr
agency Intoorlst win b "lap la the ,
a/mounted rate home
County's first tcnoo.. "Honrslis In Fared"wets fen by era wayside toin
cootaq acts of from 1'1 i ... has been
n to 41 per cent I Down xi granted
t. the tot'ovfetgi" last C**.rsAa .
On East Trail starting Deo. 1 ltce*e' in PortayeresMhlles I
(1.) Ham Ain AL. 1 1 tohener: (t) HIm Sue. TT- ung, bMMlfrst. bill revts.Iftg Tevrlst I* the fcVvtet UnfcMnMMrt &nd CaUi" uMle*.
MicbMl D. WM**, U,and John (9)) Ham Stanfcy. Vn cfi; (4)) Crusry .Lear N..lh A. prfr 9Ms** I 'f nap.increased arrange pediag !teal O* a rulMaU ewe, Ceuncg.a .
Van DUMW.1i,botkoBuraAte Leak brown CI) Clncr Glss Chlchen Nadsem -anj sod OberaMsed >nM*ioy *fit wick I+wlt coveting Mel, f<'f was the tone dUswt.Ur. .
saw, East Naples, were treated (t) Ginger" Clsa CMclstn Myrna MoCiurs! ((1)) rU-.ltn eenpMatSMAad meal, trinaportattM and 'tu" ua for UJBH st the Naples Com. Strawberry tnfHw Uabtrh Scads: (?) Shrt!if ala prfc*.* a general aid f Me*. inatnwtngtheikny .
_unity Hospital following s car Ming! WL. rUtktn f. > CWdwn UcMn' Fork Chops t. edMatM kiU Mlow the eat. request, aMhouck be aU .a* dWO
accident OIl Hi* East Trail about Mrs. ssetl lat'l; (1 ') Pineapple nw bread \'rl.J lee lvl, a pragrua tact to the ARGEMTU NfM (AP) .AU .Itt, misgiving, "I *m aGO m
S:20 o'clock this moraine.Tb R NC nenJ (It) MHcln Pie Mr*. Robert BwtaoM.dh past ha* alwar I'Mndered on 10 ... aboard s UJ Navy pa. per cent Karat this from s per.
youths driving on a por.I r prU s v-'n waft by die folsHnt!" Turkey the skeeJ fit MM rlt*>M*school trd plan remntfnff M fog. sans! viewpoint but our Uw
tiara of the East Trail UDder ear Mn. Elmer WartlnJ. Turhey NaiSeC.Hetlartg; !turkey ......... shrouded Argentl Nerd Base lAould vjt fegulati morality .In
traction, failed to sot. a chance As t* IM U*. Alan said private '>tome," be declared
deiow Mrs. Ague T>rM| tcmojlw s MfcMrlfHMB M m* C ai- .r. killed Tuesday tight...
U s and erastwd Into sparked ....A. I'm ... ear wW be ten.idered M plunged Into the sa.Tt jt>Mlr told Hoffoujui k* wassac.
road grader. Her County News Mrs. RJU er..... .... U. Yuma IM city would be reversed
r.waIfItAI PJA Orion
State Trooper Jams Peacock: and RMMU w. Ssvage.Omer Albert and feeder Just W. was awr..11If en instruments Sa IM '*rt* U Council dented
aid no caarg** wen ru.cs.ptDd. appll.lnce.flll to ells HsefMi .... fcem were McCeraiMt r.x rred wttajMiMoa when M crashed. three mile (MIA', aM4k lloB flptngtor
tog farther lavestigatten. Troop. won by Mrs. MeMfri De Vo .. *pin Mrs. H* ... before Air rt Ml tor a west tt the field Person OIl paid M BP to the parents to 'IS YOUR HEART
.r Peacock reported both youth: Bteedt SUM Iron, sod Mss. Vlmrl K.Re.TYrtable. VMattao te Mi '......* de :chore repotted seeing s Or* sod rgnUU U cfcUdrea' drink
received Wad andfaeUItaftirU. trtet. bearing w.sylc.eiesan (lag kabiu. INTHERIGHs-pWC?;?



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.. Ft... Wet, Novxnkw l II, I 1 I ** ** *
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1- Church Group Fears Migrant Strike _Highlighting

Program Means Slave LaborWASHINGTON At FordDETROIT ;sn o The Local WeekMrs.

(AP) A Roman venture," the Jesuit priest tolda ,

Catholic organisation that labor conference Tuesday (AP) A strike .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. "-
fought against the foreign farm which ha* idled 81,500 Ford Mo. TTTTTTT Y'V.'T ,' ff' TTTTTTaid
migrant program fears President Legislation to emend two Isws

Johnson will permit the permitting foreign laborers Into tor Co. workers may end SMm, 1 1\1 1 rs. Helen Aldaootta Scott Fifty-four parcels are included -
United Auto Workers Pres.
continued influx of thousands of time the United States during harvest (dent say Walter P Reuther. 1:3:i, whose car struck and killed in the suit covering about

low.wage workers under the The laws wee killed In Congress Reuther said in New York; / an elderly couple. Mr. and Mrs 440 acres. The estimated value

Immigration Act Labor Department expire Dec has 31, and the Tuesday night that telephone, we TJ. Hunter of New Rochelle, has been set by appraisers at
"It is ached t
now becoming apparentthat
uled public report he had received from N.YN onVanderblHBMchSun- 96910.
the determinedto hearings to deter.
continue growers to demand are and get mine new rules for letting the union officials here indicated day November 8, has been e e e
workers the strike might end soon., The Sebring High School
the equivalent of a slave labor in under the Immlgra.tlon charred, wrhmarslaughter.Sheis spoiledthe
force," said the Rev James L. Act. UAW chief had cut shun .a I t u out 01'11 $2,500 bond, awaiting Naples Senior High School
ropean visit to return i t." the
Vlrzard, 8.J", chairman of the Imported Mexican workers In United States and was t t" have; arraignment. Homecoming on Friday by
National Catholic Rural the e e e the local
Ll/e Southwest and British West New York for Detroit todai trouncing players,

Conference Indies workers In Florida will He was expected to attend a The County Commission Is 32 to 7. Miss Joy Hodges was

"To me It is a profound em. be most affected by the expiring meeting Thursday of the F >rd. cooperating with property own crowned queen of the annual

barrassmant and humiliation laws UAW national-level bargaining r' i ers in a proposal to close all affair. Citizen of the year

that our federal governmentfeels Father Vizcard noted that committees r beaches to vehicle traffic but Sam England, did the crown-

it Is obliged to cooperate President-elect Gustavo Diaz Ford blames the continuing m ''If'' : has been petitioned by 500 signers Ing.
with them in this Ordaz :nth
disgraceful of Mexico visited President {Iw. .
UAW strike for Idling half Us f to keep uncongested beach e e
Johnson at his Texas ranch
last week and worker and cutting Its auto f areas open for fishermen who The annual United Fund Drive
reported later output to 1,000 a day. The firm
that drive to favorite fishing areas. was kicked off at a luncheon at
among other things they normally employs 160.00C
e e e the
Old with
Cove 250
talked about the migrant work. production workers In 90 plantsand NEA rell'/IIIIp;>( ,
er program had been building lo.oaecara All county schools made attendance The goal. In the
l MEMORIAL: TO KENNEDY Model above of the memorial which will mark the
a day In recent weeks grave special plans to observe American first county-wide UF drive has
Father Vlzzard said the rural of the late President Kennedv
wa unveiled in Washington The plan the
incorporates Education November been
The UAW originally struck 13 Week set at 70388. The drive
life conference, made of 41 eternal flame now burning at the is
up plot Top center the historic Custislee Mansion
national, civic, church farm days ago at 01 of 11 Ford plants 8 through 14. Sea Gate Elementary opened Monday November 16.
without local-level In North held S e e
and labor groups, helped In the working Naples a

fight in Congress to prevent ex. agreements which supplement a special ceremony marking the Building permits Issued by

tension of the foreign migrant national contract agreed to Ball opening of the latest additionto the county for the week reach-

laws, but "What seemed to be Sept. 18. Optimistic About Real Problem the Collier County School ed $57,774. A total of $141

Reuther said the Issue of
one of our most
Important 976
I viM o. system. was reported by the city.
overtime was one of the
lies is threatening to turn Into S e e

ashes He said planning in our some mouths to farm substitute"employerswere the settlement remaining was "economically of stumbling the strike blocks and He mor.saidit to Nuclear Pact For NATOWASHINGTON How To Stay 42,599 LJ3J.official carried S e canvass e Florida shows.by Florida Cruise

Immigration law for the expiring ally unsound to overwork some
laws to bring in workers men while others are on the (AP) Un. Ball devoted his trip of the A Jet flown by Capt. Paul Council To Meet

When the program expires, all street.."
migrants must come in under __________ 1 has returned from Europe German leaders including Squadron of Homestead Here In JanuaryThe

the Immigration law after the
IIIt LMaft secretary of labor certifies they :agreement early next year for Foreign Minister Gerhard Hale Golden who believes that the Gulf about 40 miles offshore Florida Cruising Council,
Other Counties j'or mat Ion of a nuclear Schroeder. He made it obvious launched Includes In
M would not hurt the U.8. labor weapons the greatest task facing the He spent 40 hours In recently Its
1' market. force within the North Atlantic that Germany, which was ear*' modern If the the future plans the first annual meet.
newspaper "to find : ,W'r.t1.bofpre: CoastGuard
Father Vizurd said his organization To Face Duval'sProblem Treaty Organization Uer pressing hard for an agreement ways to stay In business," today '}hitraculously rescued tog io be1 held In Naples Janu.

THE FIRST of the Collier Coun. and other groups wouldt.stUy Ball came back Tuesday from by the end of the year, assumed the presidency of the him. Planes flew ary 16 and 17. The Naples Cruise
he first of two and the United States have over Shook
ty Schools to meet Us quota against scheduled Euro. Southern Club will host the first annual
large-scale Newspaper Publishers
missions agreed on a delay of at least bobbing In the Gulf without
>ean concerned
In the current United Fund driveis renewal of the foreign migrant Burns prl. Association meeting
narlly with divisions some weeks so the British sighting him. The Coast Guard
Carver among may The Naples Cruise Club will
School. Mrs. Arthur when the
program Labor De. Newspapers said Golden
Lee Adams, secretary of the partment holds hearings in JACKSONVILLE: (Afuov.J. Atlantic Allies over a variety of have time to come up with any an Interview, are in boat which picked him up nearly act as a clearing house In organ.
caught a
Carver School (shown), aimoune Washington Nov 30, Miami ernor elect H a y do.. Burns nllltary, political and economic new proposals they may wish to squeeze between income levels ran over him In the dark. zing the Florida Cruising Coun.
ed the achievement of 150 Dec. 2 Dallas Tuesday night that the prohleme. make. e e ell, and applications for member.ship
per Dec. 4 and San ,, that remain stationary and rising .
cent of their 1964 quota. Francisco Dec. 7. crisis facing Duval County' His primary concern, how. Other officials said, in fact, production Circuit: Court hearing on"Alligator may be sent to Jack C.Mess
high schools, recommended for edlaaccred1tatlon ver, has been to do ..ver'th1nrOelllbl. that it is the new British Labor find better, less costs. They must Alley" condemnationssuits men, chairman of the organizing
may soon be to government's active interest in expensive pro.
a t> move forward workon committee at 672 16th Avenue
ductlon methods he said been set for December -
common problem In other large the nuclear weapons prob. finding solutions for the various South, Naples. Annual dues will
Florida communities lem heretofore divisive Issues In the Another major problem is labor 18, before Judge LynnGer-
NAPLES be $5 which will be used for ad.
FLY .4- Burns, speaking at the State He told reporters that he nuclear weapons project which relations, he said, and aim mlnlstratlve purposes and the

MIAMI Chamber of Commerce's annual brought back "a good deal of is the real cause of the new ply negotiating a contract Is not publication of a bulletin.
banquet, said the problem "will optimism as regard to the spir surge of optimism about getting latlons enough.Is said, "labor re. Woodrow James E. Shook, public re.
a matter of construe
soon be I common area of con it" with which interested Euro- an agreementThe live AgentOf latlons officer, pointed to the
: cent for every prospering com Allies are now United States and West perpetual dialogue with
New Year Round Daily Schedule pean working on firm lines of .uccII.tu1launchlnr of the cruts.
munlty In the state." the U.S. proposal for organisa Germany have been pressing which labor communications talk In. Lee Cypress big council, and reports the bulletin .
The Florida Accreditation tion of a seaborne nuclear mis. vigorously for the seaborne nuclear manage. will be published monthly con.
Naples To Miami ment and
Committee of the Southern Ed. rule force force for more than a management to labor taming news of waterway altera

7:45 A.M. 11:30 A.M. 3.45 PM.: ucatlon Association recommend "I think the German government year One purpose of the United in a free way" Drowns In CanalThe lions and Improvements, and

ed earlier this month that the Is very determined to try States in supporting the projectIs cruising "know how."

Miami To Naples county's 18 high schools be to make a success of this pro. to give West Germany a more body of Woodrow Agent Shook announced the Florida

9:00: A.M. 2:15: P.M. 5:00: P.M. dropped from accreditation be. posal," Ball said active role along with other Allies 45, was found floating In a Cruising Council will keep up

cause I of lack of financial sup. However he said It would in nuclear weapons strategyand To Delay roadside canal near Ochopee, to date on boating legislation pro.

Conntrtlona and KfMrvatlons to any point U the world I port for education. take some weeks beyond the control Otherwise, U.s. Monday morning by a road construction vide mutual aid when necessary

Burn said that the sale previous yearend deadline'doran authorities believe the day may foreman. Agent aLee and allow exchange of local know.

NAPLES, AIRLINES source for local funds for education agreement in order to give, come when West Germany will I Cypress community resident ledge.
is ad valorem taxes the new British Labor pros for Its own national nu.
Naples Airport Contour 3 Miami Airport govern ExecutionI had been missing M He urged member clubs to!send
"Real estate clear .
cannot continueto ment time to work out Its post forreSecond and the a delegation to the first annual
Ml S-34S4 NE 44111 support this No. 1 need," I lion on the nuclear weapons Is. two days was object meeting at which time officers
of search sheriff's
City Ticket office Niplvi Travel Agency 4 Center Burns said sueTODAY by depu- will be elected and the const
ties In swamp buggies and from
tutlon and bylaws will be stud.
Cuban Of Carlson the air.
led. He advised that detailed
Friends reported Agent set Information will be forwarded to

out Saturday morning to walk all clubs applying for member.
Crop Duster NAIROBI Kenya (APCon..
the marsh
across to Ochopee
fLtL golese rebel leader ,
z: = ship.Clubs
and when he failed to
return applying membership
A A Gbenye announced today the ex.
Lands In KeysMIAMI ecutlon of American mission Saturday evening. Deputy Sheriff in the cruising council will be

try, Dr Paul Carlson has been Dill McCrea was notified sent a "certificate of member.
(AP) The second postponed until Monday Stan. and the search began McCrea ship" suitable for framing Shook

Cuban crop dusting plane to leyvllle Radio reported was assisted by Skeeter Thompson said.
land in the Florida
ere ; month raised Keys In a A broadcast by the rebel ra. regional wildlife officer.
todayon duo said Gbenye has sent
a mea. Coroner O.W Hancock
whether It
was detected
by sage to Prime Minister Jomo Former
tified death Naples
U. S. radar. drowning and released
Kenya to this effect, but added
Angel Pedrianes the pilot, Agent's body to the baker
that in the meantime It was
and Clodovaldo Cabezas, both to Washington to find a suitable up Funeral Home in Fort My Student Honored

23, said Tuesday they Hew from basis for negotiating over the ers. McCrea said Agent had
Matanzu Province In central no relatives In the
prisoners held in the reb. area
Cuba to Key West Monday In el stronghold
one hour and 20 minutes .
It added that If no satlsfac.

Q. undetected. tory basis Is found Carlson will TaylorGraveside
"We saw no American planes
be executed as ..cheduled.LeA'islative .
trying to escort u'," Pedrianes
services for John
said "Neither did
anyone respond
to our radio call for aid. Group E. Taylor, 66, of Immokalee,
: who died Sunday in Naples
It may be that our receiver
rTITfITAs didn't function." To Meet Saturday Community Hospital will be held
morning at Naples
U. S. authorities declined com.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Then Memorial Gardens The Earl
ment, saying such matters '! legislative council will meet C. Hodges Funeral Chapel Is

I classified here Saturday to set up a ached la charge of the arrangements

ule for receiving reports from

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 committees on recommendations
Adelaide Opens to the 1965 Legislature AdamsPrivate
Sen. James Connor of Brooks

Q .j. For 13th Season vllle, council chairman also funeral services were

said the committee on roads '
today tot William Edgar
Adelak3e.Inc.todaycelebra* and will hold work
highways a
Adams, 79, of Del Ray Beach
oo AND TOMORROW ted Its 13th annual opening In session on Friday who died Monday morning in,

t' Naples the last 12 years at the Immokalee.
Arrangements were

ELECTRICSCHOOL nue same, South.In location. 377 Fifth Ave Draft Beer handled Funeral by Chapel the Earl at G.Naples Horfces I

enlarged quarters facing (Continued fnm pave 1))
the avenue, the firm which Is RICHARD WALWORTH

-: COOKINGfeaturing counted among the older firms it," the attorney said Mayor Sets House Afire
business In Archie Turner suggested a conference Richard Walworth a student
doing Naples, will
offer a complete line of woe for Thursday at 1:30 To Unite Family at the University of Florida

p.m., so Council members ran 0.Ms been elected to Beta Alpha
men's apparel for resort and (AP) A I
town wear. ponder a reasonable distance, yearold bay told police he Pit, the national honorary

somewhere above 400 but no ,;wanted to bring his parents accounting fraternity He has
Inc., locally under than feet the mail
Food"and more 2,900
"Portraits the management of Mrs. Mar mum allowable. ,back together so he set Mamother's also been elected to Beta Gamma -
I house afire
garet Gil llisn, also offers the City Manager Vince Wood said Sigma, national honorary
Electrical Exhibit Detective Fair lee Morgan r.. business
Appliance same line of will of the fraternity.
he city
complete women'apparel prepare a map |ported Tuesday, that the boy
in Harbor showing locations of all churches Membership In Beta Gamma
Springs, j said his father lived In Mart,
Cooking Sessions start 9:30 A.M. Mich., and CO\lI1II-us. Ohio. and schools, for the ronfertn'e'l,gnmery, Ala., and his mother: Sigma Is restricted to students

e Appliance Exhibit opens 8:30 A.M. I Uved In Mobile in a house be. In the upper four per cent of
1 their class. Son of Mr. and
to relatives
I /Rt4 site (ARCING FOR COO CARS longing
TAHITIAN COVE AUDITORIUM The boy was quoted as saying Mrs. Burton Walworth of Naples

he thought his mother would Richard completed Col-

0 e,., rh.a eOMr OF tern.,0ur have t Io1trom.rJ U the lier County schooling In 1960
You'll minute of and
"II toy, f\eij it jut main
ADMISSION FREE! A+.ra.1M w ( I') house burned. and b scheduled to graduate
tu \\ ideas, that will stove ton. turn and win oomph- OIdu The fire was stopped beforemuch from the of Florida

mints fi mi famlM and fi. f+'nds (',Hiking <.,'MIOII* I damage was done to the In December.Unlvtnlry

WIN uniriuitril l h.fra.. (Htk\' Tiut. FI'L Honit VMV." I small frame house

iwnti'ti l l Mia l Kathfiiiu
llepitm nl Mti\ Naples it\ M. M. M. .. .. .. .. ..
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useful, handsome Maiktlin 1'1. llonu Nivu Rt pr.f*'nlati\' at TT T W- T T T- TT- T' T T T .

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,. >x Ah FRIDAY un. SUNDAY For 1 .
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, COUIM COUNTY NEWS. Naples. ..... Wed Neo..Mo II lt4 J

AShot' In Time Mayor Turner .- .
Will Chef For

Keeps Mom In LineBY St. Ann's FeedSaying

that St. Ann's SchoolIs ILXrfBr
CHARLOTTE DURNO gave me a whack on the un w. an Indispensable pan of the
i was sick Hit saturday. mentionable. community. Naples Mayor Ar-
1 only get sick once a year' "You !know what Danny told I st due Turner accepted the Invitation :

and with a family nfc mine mersakJJoey. r, II Iit l to be master chef of the ,
that's one time too many! Besides "No wt tr' 1! r1 I// "Ladies Night Out" Dinner to

that, rm yellow' )i iI ".... mother told him that be held Saturday night, Novem i

Went to bed feeling bad. Ed's mother went to the doctor ber 21, at St. Aim's School JANE MARTIN
In the morning when I dragged last week." Eighth Avenue, South.

myself to the kitchen to mm "IO?" "I'll do everything I can to ,.......".."...."".. ... ".... .. 'v
on the coffee 1 knew without "So she's in the hospital now. support St. Ann's Home and

a shadow of a doubt that I The doctor cut out her Ins ides" School Association and Its president Jetting grandmothers are the style. Not long ago

was suffering from TB, can "JOEYII There's nothing 'Swede Frodertckson\ ," one such grandmother rated headlines when she flew

cer three or! the gout. Possibly an wrong with my" insides, er that Mayor Turner said. "Theyare into Miami from England to lend a hand with her 1O- Is, stomach. not doing a wonderful
Joey was already up. He had "You better get going or job for only children but they are old grandson Well, Mrs. Paul E. Fitsch, of Vanderbilt

planned a birthday party with you'll be late," piped Tlmmy. rendering the City of Naplesan Beach, is alto winging across the Atlantic to tee not one,

or without my assistance. It "Ya, and don't forget the almost Indispensable service but two new grandsons The Fifichi' daughter, Mrs. Ronald

looked like It was going to bea shot. Mommy" added Klmberiy. 1 It Isn't widely known Howell, and Airman Howell, stationed at Weitbaden
typical Saturday. rr K but about one of four
Timmy: climbed down from "Ya, the shot I moaned St. Ann's students Is a non- Germany, adopted two day-old boyi, and are relieved

the top of the refrigerator again. "I think I'll lay down Catholic( Many are childrenof Mrs. Fitich will be there when they bring the twins home

"What's the matter Mom?" for a while.. maybe I'll feel our winter residents, solvIng from the hospital The paternal grandparents are Mr

be wanted to know "You look better. Joey answer the phone," a problem for both parentsand end Mrs Edward Howell, of Garden Grove, Calif
half dead One thing about "It's for you Mother," he the City I have heard
Timmy he's honest yelled at the top of his lungs. Catholic and non-Catholic parents and Mrs. Fitsch are getting into the grandparent

Tm sick,"I moaned,clutch- (He really did.) comment on the high scholastiC business all at once, and SO far are specializing In boys,

Ing my middle "Mrs. Durno,"said the love- standards of St. Ann's Just a few days before the call from Germany they were

"What do you think Is ly nurse, "You may come In a and the care given the childrenby in Boca Raton for the Christening of the six-months-old

wrong?" Joey asked few minutes early. The doctor CHRISTMAS tablecloth designed bv Mrs. Cornelia Brooks and beaded the dedicated nuns It Uan ton of another
daughter, Mrs. Harold Riehle and Mr
"Probably the gout,"I moan will be able to see you sooner hv Mrs Rosebud Plecitv ami :'III's' Carol Crane is now on display at honor to be Invited to the ,
ed again. than we expected'* the First National Bank of Naplis) Donations for the tablecloth will novel dinner. I want to actually Riehle. Mr. Riehle Is the director of Learning at the new

"What's the gout?" "Oh that's all right."I said. be received at the Woman's Club Fiesta Bazaar December 3. with see the men doing all the university In Boca Raton.

""I dunno but it sounds bad "If the doctor Is busy I can nroceeds Koinir to the flagpole fund of the new Collier County Library.Shown work," Mayor Turner said Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hixon Second Avenue, South,
Are yougolngtoget a shot?" wait until Monday. 1 really "Ladles Night Out" Is a chic
tablecloth of the Woman's Club.
admiring the arc alto have
a new grandson Four girls In a row and then
Kimberly appeared her should check with Insurance where
rubbing our ken barbecue dinner no
1 to r : Mrs. Ralph Brydon. Mrs. E. N. Parker, and Mrs. Francis Ford.
Hixon Rand
broke the with his arrival
If allowed spell
eyes. man to see our policy woman attending (I. to
(Caples photo)
"Probably," I answered covers surgery. As a matter- lift a finger: or she Is automatically vember 15th. The Rands live In Winchester, Mass Mr.

shaking somewhat."Don't of fact, I really do feel a lot disqualified for the door and Mrs. Hixon are here for the winter from Governors
worry, It won't hurt better so why don't we)just can prizes. The men do all the
much," she! comforted. cel the appointment?" Woman's Club _.. and Ie rYing and Island lake Winnipesaukee, N. H.

clew, according to D.E.
PLENTY ROOM MAKE SURE Sewing Group : on, president of St, BACK/ FROM EUROPE
"Anyway, you've got plenty 'You better come In--Just to !Isles Of Capri] Ann's Home and School Asso Or and Mrs. F. C. Lee have returned from their 'latest
there, added Timmy, as he be sure"and we'll give you a dar Ion.
Meets trip abroad In the they toured the Scandinavian
FridayMrs. or! '- spring
,, shoe By GAIL WINCH ELL Phone MI2.5701 w Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry
"Ya. that's what I'm afraidof who will be out of town Satur countries. This time they spent three months motoring
," I said, as I hung up. Peg Eckles will welcomethe 1 Today Lt Col. Cecil Cuppa, hunted pheasant and killed their day, has loaned the association through Holland, France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and
members of the Sewing Group> Mrs Robert Burney, and Mrs.his limit
Surprise Dinner "Should we call Grammy two large barbecue grills Spain.
of the Naples Woman's Club t P. J. Valentine will accompany Their next atop was In Sioux
asked Jay" Friday at one o'clock In the clubhouse ''Mrs.. CecU Cupps to Miami, Falls, S. Dak., where they visit which he said would be ample Mr and Mrs. John Snyder, of the Bahama Club have
Marks Johnson's "Why? on Park Street. AU new where she will board a plane ed Mrs. Gilland's brother and to care for the record atten- also
"You might be In hospital 'now birds' are urged to drop for New York City before tra. sister.ln.law, Mr. snd Mrs.C. W. dance expected Frederickson lust returned from Europe. This being their third
for months!" In and see the 'bee hive' of actl.1, vellng Connecticut. She plansto Binder Slid trip in at many years, the Snydert revisited places they

Anniversary Day "Who will sign my report vity."Pians are In the final stagesfor spend s month there visiting In Topeka, Kan., they visited particularly enjoyed. Tops on their list is Garmisch, Ba.

card?" asked Timmy the. big Christmas Bazaar on with hertwdslsters.Mrs Marlon the colonel's brother, Harry Gil. vtria. They also stayed In Vienna, Salzburg Milan Lake,
WASHINGTON "Will kindergarten In Windsor and Mrs land, and mends
(AP) PeU Mary go to December 3rd Hopper Karen Williams
dent Johnson mixed sentiment with me?" asked\ KIm- Mrs Berger's co-chairman Is John Kresi In West Hartford. After five weeks and (,000miles Como, Florence, and Rome. From Lisbon they flew to
aii his wife on their SlUt wedding brought the group many new and spend a few mare, ct."/, In New their home on the "Iilet.
Cut It out, will ya? I said, As usual, Mr. and Mri Snyder will go north for the
anniversary.The klnda original suggestions for this York City. Howey Academy
President, with the aid of: loud "Some help you year's sale. Both Dorothy Me:. Returning home from a 8000. MORE CARE NEEDED Christmas holidays to be with their children and grandchildren .
White House stall members all are! I'm only going' to the Mullen chairman of the Christ mile (trip were Lt. Col. and Mrs Mrs. Paul Wlnchell was home HOWEYJN.THE.HILLS. In Shaker Heights Ohio, and Ada Mich.
planned the celebration himself doctor... I will return. And I mal table and her cochairman, E. L.. Ollland. The Clllands tra.veled for over a week, then relumedlo en Williams of Naples has been ,
Inviting 20 guests to dinner did, an hour later Ruth McLaughlin, have attractive first to Minnesota where Miami, yesterday for further placed on the first nine-week Mrs Jane Eliberg is another Neapolitan who makes
Tuesday night, choosing the "What did be do?"Joey ask- arrangements! for mantels and they spent a week In St. Paul medical care marking period honor roll atHowey frequent trips abroad The main purpose of her trip early
ed first with the colonel's sister and Mr. lid Mrs. M. A. Perry of Academy, Dr C. A.
menu and planning the annlvtr tables and their tree ornamentsare this summer was to attend the wedding of her foster
vary cake. "Gave; me a shot,' I said, rated 'collectors items.. brother.ln.law, Mr. and Mrs E. Miami drove over Sunday to seethe Vaughn, Jr., Academy headmu.
The guests were personal being careful not to touch the Mrs. Cornelia Brooks Is now de S. Olin. "Isles" and do a little n.". ter1 announced this week.Grade daughter which took place In a remote Italian village
friends of: the First Family. The slot voting all of her time to assist In St. Paul, their daughter, Ing with Capt. Paul Wlnchell. are awarded on a num. Since her return she has been In Highlands N. C and

Johnson daughters, Lynda, 20, "Is. that all?" asked TImmy log with the decorations at the son.ln.Uw, and grandson, Mr. Jim and Mary Voderof'I Miami, erleal rather than letter bails then spent three weeks at the Dublin Inn Dublin N. H.
at the ,
Dr !
pent three days out of Academy Valllhn&Id.
and Lucl, 17, brought their club and the bazaar tables. and Mrs. R R. LaBrenz and fishing
dates to help their parents tale rather disappointed." New house members Mrs Louise Mark, of Tampa, Joined them. the Isles of Capri Marina and Mo and to attain the honor roll dl.. before reaching her home on Banyan Blvcl.

brate. "Ed's mother. started Chaffer and Mrs, Bunny Konold The five of them then drove to tell Unction a student must main. John Fawcett, a veteran. o( iomit'ib'trips to foreign'
The John tons were married Joey the Dakotas, where they toured Also staying at the Isles of lain an overall average of ,89
Nov. 17, 1934, In St. Marks Epls. "Ya, i know Ed's mother were greeted seen by last the week hostess, and of were the the Bad Lands, Black Hills and Capri Marina and Motel lint or above. countries, returned a few days ago and reports this is

copal Church In San Antonio, had her insides taken rot." I day, Mrs Dewey Polly. other sues weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Located on the shore of Lake the best trip ever One highlight was tracking down the

Tex., when he was a secretary said not feeling a bit sorry Mrs Paula Jentzsch will greet In Rapid City, S. Dak., they Walton, Jerry Connell and Andy Harris In central Florida, Homey grave of his Illustrious ancestor, Rev John Fawcetf, who
to a Texas congressman.One that I didn't qualify and very all candy makers on Friday, the visited. Mrs. ClUand's sister, 'Nelson"' of Toledo, Ohio They Academy ls a non-pront, co.edu.
wrote several them
of the gifts the President relieved that I didn't have the 27th, at ten In the morning. Mrs. Clara Moore, and other'caught a large quantity of mack catlonal college preparatory hymns among the great favorite
had for his wife was arrange gout. (Whatever that Isl/) Members will bring a sandwich. relatives a week 'I are! during their May when flah. school for resident and day stu. "Blest Be The TI. That Binds," composed In 1740 Brown
merit for a trip for her. Whereor Next they drove back to Hur Inc with Capt. Paul Wlnchell. dents Ntnaty.flve per tent of itsgraduates
There will be plenty ot coffeeand '' University, Providence, R. I I., claims several Fawcett alumni
when, the White House would cockles for all worker. on, S. Oak., and visited the cot. They also caught some rout and continue their edura.
'kingfish. Don at the college level Miss starting with this same Reverend Fawcett, who receivedan
not say After the campaign, Shadowlawn PTO Donation for the book table, onel's brother and Ms wife, the
Mrs. Johnson had said she candy table and 'Pink' Elephant U A. Glllands. While there they Roy Winter of Miami spent aev. Williams Is the daughter of Mr. honorary degree, alto Naples' John Fawcett, and noW!

wanted to go away on a trip for Meets ThursdayThe table will be accepted In the clubhouse oral I days last week fishing out and Mrs. Bert L, Williams his grandson, another J. F., who Is currently a student:
of the Isles
Capri Marina and
a few days and under the
sky." Shadowlawn School P.T.O. the at Friday both November meetingsof Walker Speaks \Motel there. (Got It straight?). Anyway it took quite a bit of
Sewing Group
In fun the President also will meet November Two winter retidentsof Naples to find this which t Hebdon
Thursday Nut, I l.. d i ?xll I Ala, hni, umiiup searching cemetery Is In Bridge.
gave Mrs. Johnson a picture of 19, at 7s30 p.m. in the school To Local BPW j fiend out of the Isles of Capri made "wiih "rr.m..ivli I than. Yorkshire
"Gunsmoke" star Marshal Matt cafeteria' combining a business Marina and Motel Sunday One ,
dill k 'n Math and! .
Dillon, whom the First Lady meeting with open house For an elegant lediei lunch Walker Representative addressed the J. members Lorenzo likes to watch on television on Following a short business serve French p.,,inkn with a ,other, John Ambrose
of the Naples Business and Pro. nt mlU tall if I nruduil and
Saturday night meeting the students of the third filling of turned irahmt. feailonal Womena Club at their Fishing was good last week and frvietly (Centlnuetl as Race I.II)
iioumJ >
Johnson inscribed the picture, grade under the supervision of lightly flavored with lurry (he[: weather was beautiful.
regular monthly meeting held .
"To Lady Bird and my Satur. Mat Louise Mason, will presents powder The tuffed crrpen man .
Monday evening November 19th .
day night competition." flag drLll.Par.ntl be 'made ahead and plated In a at the Tahitlan Hut.
The White House did not ffl*. are urged to attend single layer in a shetllwhetung Walker spoke on the Intro
close what Mrs. Johnson had and visit the classrooms exhibit. dish then ill there i a i IIi> do tx ductlon of: a bill tothe Lec1.lature
given her husband to mark the Ing student work during the open fore ernng ". i I., licit i .e"ll and the steps taken before it
day. house period. with I foil In. m-idenlc\ ",ei becomes law.LL .
The cake was a big white -
frosted sponge cake of three c4I1I10Ul1c
layers with lemon filling, decorated 1t9i11i"
with yellow roses, white
doves, two silver springs and i
snapshots of Mrs. Johnson and
her family
The 30th anniversary calls for AN
gifts of: pearl. When the John
sons posed Tuesday for anniversary m
portraits, the First Lady
wore a single strand of pearls
and also a pearl ring. ; ART EXHIBIT
However White House aides

said they were not new, and y,, 1
they knew of no gift erf pearl
Tuesday from the President.

I Moorings Country

Our Special i



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Accessories -1



MAKING TOl'R of Beach Club links are )fr. and Mrs A. G Sharp. This Exhibit Will FeatureOil

Upholstering in Naples for r a short stet llr >s IC'nlorXr president of Kimberly- Paintingsby

Draperies Clark Corp in Nt.tn.h1.* MeGrath( photo)

CarpetingRt -- .
I White :1linisterIndicted

In Rape European Artists

e' t ut 1.1C1JU\ : Of Negro Girl Therroa Hi-Jac Fondue Set

Washington Cowtfy grand Jury Cocktail Shaken & Party Invitations The exhibit it open to the public, and you are cordially

:3 r Us t.ticte4 a white minister
from sTococab Ala., for the rape Burlap Ice Bucket. DipsternVirginia invited to visit The Moorings Country Club Clubhouse

1290 Third St. 5*. of Negro girl
The Jtev Trim Flack, 44, IU. paintings.
r and enjoy viewing the*?
MemberAawnca' ted as pastor of U* Free Via r9
I.aU*.teUuner Baptist chuck la Hoeonb war 6 1 !!,

Designm aimed te the tndlctmeat. re.teroed S Crayt Ore BUf 'at.fhe-co/e Ml tt 4*
Tuesday after two days
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iIAf The Volunteer

Kennedy Left Code for U.S.


f an ,. ;2 To Live by, Sorensen SaysBY
., >CeUITlN6 ,,. .
f ?rz BRUCE BIOSSATWMfttafton
gryOFI. Correspondent
,r _
arr Newspaper Enterprise Awn.

The Role Of Education In America f'OVl/2'TY/ '


Education in all its many ramifications .. When s towering flood sweeps over a city, it leaves so
difference increases as additional education lofty a mirk on the walls that men are astonished to consider
its extent, adequacy, quality,
is gained. that water ever rose so high.In .

cost, emphasis, economic value to society that the more education a the eyes of a man who knew him well, John Fitzgerald
and the individual, and so on and on Kennedy-now thrust back a year in the pages of living history
person has the greater the interest he 1 rt -may have left that high a mark for his country to live
and has universally
been almost
1 is long an
takes In public affairs. About nine out :

discussed subject in this country. ThatIs of 10 college graduates voted in the 1956 1 byThe judgment comes from Theodore C. Sorensen the late

as it should be ever since our beginning rf President's brilliant dedicated "other self," whom sought
presidential election, whereas only about out as supremely fitted to measure him in the detachmentthe

as a sovereign people we have half of those who failed to complete high last 12 months afford.

prided ourselves on educational op school voted. And national defense as Sorenaen's perspectives further place Kennedy as:

portunities offered our youth, all the e A man who conceived his high office as the drivingcore
one would expect, benefits materiallyfrom became disturber
of national action who thereby a great
way from the kindergarten to the graduate good education. The ratio of men ,91; of the status quo. who could live with his enemies as the Inevitable

school. rejected for the draft Is highest in the product of the unsettling forward course he chose.
Now the Chamber of Commerce of e A man who could live too, with the chaos that often

the United States has issued valuable regions where high school dropouts are seemed to beset him and the nation as problems cried for

a most frequent lowest in the regions action who could be "very cautious in approaching a deci

informative report the third of its kind where they are fewest. sion yet bold in the decision itself."

since 1944 called "Education, an Investment e A man with special markings-Irish, Catholic eastern
In People." And the substanceof The advances made in education over upbringing-who managed nevertheless to be free of prejudice

the years are statistically impressive by and willing at a key point in his presidency, to launch

it 1 is that there needs to be an increasein any standard. In a little more than 90 the huge attack on prejudice intended in the 1963-64 civil:

the general level of education of v rights bill.
years, the percentage of youths graduating -
Americans if our standard of living is to
from high school increased from two THE SLAIN PRESIDENT'S HIGH CONCEPT of his office,

continue to improve.A per cent to about 70 per cent at pres. NODL says Sorensen. led him to perform personally In service to

profound change isi taking placein ent. In 1962, more than 46 million Pour standards so high they must hereafter be taken as the gauge

the make-up of the population. The for all presidents.To .
young persons were enrolled in schoolsof match these self-imposed standards, Kennedy drew

25-64 year age group is steadily shrink all kinds; by 1980, the figure may about him other men of sharp Intellect, fresh outlook, driving

ing as a proportion of the whole, and it capacity. Their accolades need not come from Sorensen, who

is upon this group that the country depends reach 75 million or more. was one of them President Lyndon Johnson provides the
So the figures go. And there can be tribute. Those who still remain he honors as the ablest men
on almost entirely for the production -
no question the people of this country, he has.
of goods and services. So the excellence his John Ken-
says Thus on using as weapon,
their and local
it declines of the working through state nedy treated his office as a surpassing means of cracking
report as as a '
it's part be governments, have been generous Indeed : '1i ;' !' ," .",(,,:, >> ;; :?t into the great unsolved problems: The securing of the peace

population, productivity must in providing educational facilities the squeezing down of unemployment and poverty the easingof

stepped through education and differences.
up racial
and In the 1961 fiscal
through automation, too to keep that opportunities. The Best of BoyleBY NEWS FROM
year, for instance, these governmentsspent IN SORENSE.YS MIND these things of substance were
living rising. $20 billion for primary and secondary HAL BOYLENEW Kennedy's preoccupation. The style, the grace, the flair
The individual, as well as society as PRESS which affectionate supporters celebrated and critics derided
education. And the
at beginningof
a whole has a very direct stake in this. as mere "glamor" may have tended now and then to cloud

Joblessness the shows the 1962-63 school year 1,438,000 YORK (AP Office that 111 not be financially re. the substance of the late President's basic nature and pur

report appears to classrooms were available in public elementary thievery U a crowing problem ponslble. WASHINGTON (AP) The poses. Sorensen thinks they did.
be directly related to education. Those So have been Invitations the tile world
and schools of whicha today. my Defense Depurhment save las); To those who loved him especially young
who have completed four years or less secondary Big industries steal their big to cocktail parties to celebrate anew month' underground nuclear o\tr, he was the bearer of hope-hope of peace of a break

of school have a jobless rate of 9.7 whopping 63 per cent had been builtIn and email secret from each tractor, or to judge the vocal explosion In southern Missis In racial strife, of a severing of the unbroken chain of recession -
per excellence of at
the preceding 20 years other. Spies In business may a troupe shill furnished valuable data In and Inflation.

cent, compared with 5.1 per cent for A reader of the the belief make more money than .pl.sln visiting canaries. the search for a reliable systemto On Nov. 22, 1063 the promise his life held for Nov. 23
those who completed high school and report gains government. But most office Careless a* I am, I still resent detect, identify and locate and thereafter ended in Dallas. Not Sorensen nor any other

1.4 for those who that the American system of public thieves merely are novelty larcenlstt the fact that any office thief such test chock. can say whether remembrance of John Kennedy gives that
only per com- education, with its strong basis in local Junk takers should purloin from my desk Dr. Robert Frosch, director promise the chance to make a deeper though different Imprint -

pleted college. And, naturally enough, administration and decision has been My desk has bees Invadod by such as the following test detection for the Pentagon' in the years ahead.
education is directly related to earnings. them too often, and I feel they My unm ailed encouragingnote Advanced Research Projects
outstanding success and that the Im are an ordeal and an unnecessary to Gen. Custer, before the
High school students on an average can nuisance. Battle of the Little Big Horn In Agency aid Tuesday the geolo.
which the Chamber finds
provements glcal formation in
expect to earn $32,000 more over their Most people keep Imnacu. 1878, "just keep on herding
needed will be made. made it easier to detect the test
those Indians andyou'll
lately clean desks. live George
working lifetime than dropouts. And thisITEMS If, when they quit their They desks on as be back In Washington as than a previous underground The World Today
hot in the mountain of Neva.
chief of
any day, they had no reason to Army da. By JAMES MARLOWE
come back to them tomorrow. Itthey A wry postcard from William
neeleted. Pr.. News AnelyM
Jennings Bryan following his
died overnight, the new. .
defeat for the presidency in
comer who took their place the
others, next morning would face a mlr. 1908, after earlier losing in 1898 tstant FBI Director William E.. James Marlow la on vacation. islatur soon to reapportion the
Sullivan that the Communists
say and 1900, "Well you can't win say state before the Democrat
in an effort "to divide and By RAYMOND J. CROWLEY
them all, kids"The crack at it in
live a 1965.
another way. I believe a
weaken this nation from with. WASHINGTON (AP) Mark
clean desk Is the of telegram I sent to a man The Democrats are hollering
sign afrlrht.n.d Twain used to tell about
In.. are stressing exploitation a story
named Fords .It you ask my bloody R
mind. murder. make a heapof
the civil right situation. a trainload of state legislator
Most people lock their desks.I advice, Henry don't put your difference who gets to.do the
said about who
loA an example, he were going on a picnic.
don't. I leave my desk un. trust In a four-wheeled vehicle 200 Communists, who tried to The train was held up by ban redistricting because both par.
locked and piled dally higher just because It wear out more tie have expert in
hide their party connections, cite Having relieved the ban.
with a clutter of wistfulness tire. The big future I* in a daring the art of drawing
were among the 200,000 Negroesand dlts of their valuables the legislators .
postponed decision and unanswered three-wheeled car. white who participated In proceeded to their picnic. boundaries in such a way as to
And the advice I to
r gave the
letters.This put opposition behind the
last civil This of Is not an accurate -
year' right march on course,
Edison "What' the of
: use putting
1* why It parties me thatI Washington description of modern eight ball.
am more often a victim of office a light Inside a closed glass Sullivan who state legislators. For one thing Over much of the country
spoke Tuesdayto
bulb If It makes it just that
this kind of
than those who footwork 1
thievery going
the annual banquet of Mer. they lack the old-time vigor.
locked much harder to reach with a on. A truly fundamental
keep neat desks.
match?" rick Boys Camp quoted a Com. But many of them are putting polltl-
V Experience ha convinced me The trouble with an office munlst party official a* saying up quite a fight a fight they cal revolution la under way
that office thieve either use my to with incalculable effect on the
last year that racial unrest In cannot possibly win a fight
thief U that he steals
desk for that mistaking usually American ..ystem.lOTEIS2'l.
practice, or the United State presented an preserve "rotten boroughs
availability for value something that Isn't at all 1m.
to him but be to excellent opportunity to raise up
portant may
they take what U there and to $10,000 to finance party actlv. The term rotten borough de.
hope It may be useful later. Cer. the one he prey upon. Itle rives from British parllamen.tary .
among Neeroes.WASIIINOTON .
There isn't much glory in robbing
tatntly I don't cuddle the secret history The big dictionary
of how to make steel a city dump, and a guy
cheaper or (AP) The defines a rotten borough thust
who hold Instead of
a dump
a protein-enriched cola drink. to use one "
space agency plan An election district that baa
c::::. I hate to think that an International a bank show himself to be a rocket to orbit two Explorer many fewer inhabitant than

'I'' : ''; ring of office espionage pitiful amateur and so do satellites Into near-polar orbit other election districts with the
office thieves
y artist 1* employing my desk for most later this week.Tue.day' same voting power"

a training ground, but how else * * announcement by This exactly describes the

I'l 1 \ h t I r can I explain that- COLLIER COUNTY NEWS the National Aeronautic and situation now prevailing In most PLEASED WITH VOTE

My letters from admiring old Space Administration said one states of the Union. There has

You don't know what charcoal. ladles have been ruthlessly THOMAS MICHAEL HAYER CHANCE, Auoeltte Eellt.- bll".r EditorPubMihtd satellite will Inflate, in orbit, been a tremendous growth In Editor Collier County News

broiled steak. is until you've tasted Ben's opened, and peered Into. dolly, Monday into a nine-pound polka dot the population of cities and sub. I am proud to live in Col-
80 have been the follow-up end :In: "cr.'n by sphere of mylar plastic and aluminum sibs, especially the latter, but lier and

.. .... ...... ..... ... .. ... . ..e. ..... ... .. ao..aoe.e.eseoo letter from their husband say. hi ITJ n Publishing Co., foil. Nine feet In dlame. the outnumbered rural folk still with the County was pleased
Inc 741 Avonu*. South, hi- the citizens votedin
tag, "No matter what my wife pin, PI... HMO. Mill .ddrM P. O. t.r. It will measure atmospheric control -or at least exercise a way
wrote you, It you try to sell her ,os lU7.T.phon.. densities and temperature veto power -la most state leg. the recent election. Hope

anything, I'll tell you right now .. Midway' 1.1107 for NII.partm.nls variation. ... that the majority of them will

Creep Crawl Walk The other, a pressed metal In some ease the state con. enjoy the following

,, ,t t .;; .,\ \ 'r': \ ',;\ sphere two feet in diameter, atltutlon called for mandatory
,_.. ,,, ,,. ,. ; "
-"' Father must I work to ?
weigh 90 pound and i* coated reapportionment after each cen.u eat

tn this and PAR A ,.T.'A\.I with 40 flat surface. It* Job U but legislator blithely Ig. Oh, no, my lucky son
day age, we seem to Key Lodge In Key West that
I to measure the bombardment of nored this requirement, in some We are living on easy street
A c; t.L. t ARAL
have forgotten there la a logical sequence even if a right-of-way through the CAPS17tC the atmosphere by energetic ease for t* long a* 80 years. With dough from WlSh ton

Everglades National Park connotbe I t3AYCACR05s particle from space.A A lawyer from one of thosestate
to growth. It applies equally
obtained at should build I \U lknrhtJ ton TNORAa four-stag Scout rocket will requested more time W* have left It up to Uncle Sam
well to all mankind's efforts and is present, we ruse 11 flmhrrllft' 1. R I lS t. HOg ... launch the two satellites from from the Supreme Court. Now do be
n not surprised
summed up In the expression: the West Coast road ending it at i Thump! 13 Sampk g l I,. L .. R t 8 ATE. S Vandenbert Air Force Base, Nobody has to give a dAm

"You've tot to creep before you Flamingo. This would connect It H Mnlii H Corr.. r. M It. lit GCS .. t V A Lompoc CaUL., NASA said. "How. long do w* hare to We've.11 been subsidized

crawl." with Fla H'wy 27, leading Into 11 !Star 'lain la.hlun metal .. r. A R R Eo N t.OW WASHINGTON (AP) The wait Warren? asked Chief Justice Earl
16 lake with the air of a man
Oldtlmert had another saying Homestead.Paul I 13 12 Pest Dnuurcd 18 8rlghl =t- 'L;: A P S t 0Celeb" -. ASS. ... National Labor Relation Board who ia \ired of waiting. But if Sam treats us all so well.

argues that our first neces- 14 ..Iur C 'r'.1. D I Co T I 0 I'iI ha* announced it will appoint Now the law of the land -u And feeds us milk and honey,

which was commonly accepted ai I nemull.h os 411 l lS I'tlprr mut 0 M 0 D t 0 RC Arthur Chrostopher Jr., a -a. pronounced by the Supreme Please tell me, Daddy, where
ia another road to the I
city to
get Its
true before politicana developed the 17 Petlllon burr bark H t s 5 t R "A eIII reer NLRB attorney lI.re. as Court 1* "one man, one vote" the heck

idea of saddling our grandchildren Mainland a road that connects S1 IIhln H first Negro trial examiner. that 1*. legislative district He's getting an the money.

with existing highway systems. Florida III ISelBlen 46 Horlell'ticketrlell' SOLUTION 0' TlSTIIDAY'S PUZZLE have to be equal la population
with debta to buy the things we commune 49 III"ubk DOWN b ,",..loll Jack u nearly a* practicable Don't
Highway No. 27 Is already used worry son, there ain't a
want now. It was: "If you can't ride .1\\ \\ rlU"i \II \1I..all. I Dupuw :: \""..nm So there I* nationwide fer. hitchIn

a horse, ride a mule." by visitors to the Everglades Nation lot hi.. \I! Odhittoles 2 Sugar II Nrite. 1.n --- m.nt. special sessions of legl. this here noble plan -
al Park. Its extension to the Keys : :\Iuham 52: vlwaes Bourn !J I ouaousreed's \ latur*, with federal court
Our prevailing attitude of want. would the circle tour want. H Route 3 "nhllh ..ubinted breathing down their neck Th He simply soaks the filthy rich
fog and wanting it right now! sus S. Pouch 4 Drll'' I 10 lldhus idea of the controlling rural And helps the common man
ed by many travelers.The Wholt UleadoJ.: S Beaming 16 \uraw.t.Ill : NEW TORK (AP) Actreu tolD u to reapportion in such a

may often prevent us from getting Key Lodge owner may hare h.1 rit ffI Carol Lawrence gave birth toT a way a* to give up a* little power But, Daddy, won't there be a

anything. This is especially true If can't 4 J 1 i I v .. ll: \le ew xxind, sl-ounce boy la Doctor a* possible. time
a good point. "Creep you 0" /
with regard to another highway n s.gl pc sue Hospital shortly before Tutadafmldnlr1t New Jersey lass com up witha If w* take aQ their cash
crawl." Start small and build. If you II i. IJ not because
plan quit new When
be left without
from the Florida Keys to the Main- 0 HI they'll a
can't ride a hone, ride a mule." iamb MIA Lawrence' husband it was tried la New Mexico but dime
land. f 0 I a l'fo. die singer Robert (;Goulet was promptly clapped down u a
Our present U. S. 1 hlh"a11'11 And things will all smash
puml'r preparing for his late show at a violation of the state eonstttu.tlon. go
Now John Q. Public may be built under similar circumstances.First : 0 ., 0 0' / ltl 1'rnvrta hotel cocktail lounge when begot One aim of this plan U not

Tampered because of multi-million we had wooden bridges and I' trl. ,/., sun the news. He completed Us to retire any legislator to prl. My faith In you ia shrinking,

dollar budgets, but basically we ferries Unsatisfactory yes. Butit %; // "l td l7 loi'mIIf performance, then rushed to thehospital vita tit*. ton.
lQ I for his first look at hiseon I provide lor weighted vat. You nosey Hal bra -
think he ia smart 'cookie. U p t. J. tlfrtct-
a started the ball rolling toward to. // 1.1 You
o / Christopher. tog la the state Senate, that I* do too dare much thinking
of the Highway Authority Act H sib .... the C .
day's improved highway.The JI Jol / JJ Jf / JS TOKYO (AP) Former Vice senator from populous boy
proved this. Any and all taxpayer'a Citizen offers Paul's Idea as // 0- noun President Richard M. Nixon sex County would hare It vote, To be a Democrat.
suggestions concerning the problemof ,. JI 1'1'/ "/ s conferred today wiu Prime a* against one tor tile senator
a springboard to further thought on / // 1'/ // I'll l oW t..nyo
Minister CUaka Sato oa awe from Cape May County. Virgil Marcum
another road in Monroe Countyare ways and meant of securing another I / U ,air /. 4l 4' .. 41 :.: :Iyk 14drer Meede rang of subject involved UUJ The Uu 1* intertwined with Naples FU.

worthy of consideration. By road from the Florida Keys without Japan*** relation partisan politics. Examplet lath

themselves or In combination with burdening taxpayers under impoasl. a 4' ?/ 4t .t''I; Nixon arrived U Tokyo last Goidvater debacle. Demo
Sunday on a tvo vee*: business erat won control of tilt New "
other tuggetiont, they may provide ble debt load Further study by city J' II IT IS Remeu'on trip for his New Tort law firm. York Legislature from tile Re. .4/woaJ' ./11,"".... .

a solution.Gastn. and county leaders I I. necessary to publican THE COUIE COUNTY NEWS
JJ Jf U le Llgblpm. NEW YORK AP) Robert
0 ( .*.. ... .
Now Republka Go*. NeUoe > e pnk.i fmQ1bt .
: Paul of the If the Idea Is practical. / "' and U wU ban
R. owner IU 'c k Preston wpa. A. Rockefeller U planning to ..... ed..n.w. H. It ...--.4

.Key West Citiree I to' ,,,,,.2' ", .n "'. ..- : Seen rated actor., say a *pokmaa for the can a special session of tile leg ... 5s.wue .bar,, yw ....-.

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1 ___ .. _

Eagles Have One More Chance To Brighten Very Sad RecordBY SPIRTS

DAVID LYONIt Now it is up to the team to
has been a low football make the best of a bad situation Old Yankees
season at Naples School,
High -close out a season -
losing . . . . . .
I but an open date this week mates with: victory next we sk.Oheechobee . . .
I it that much longer:! before the like Naples, has elet Don't Die; They

Eagles finish the year with anlghtbeforeThankaglvlng had 1'OUIb.... this year winning COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl. Fl(, Wod Nov.mkw IIiNEA 19b4

I I trip only twice while losing six Become Mets -
to Okeechobee. games, four by shutouts.
I Friday's 32-" homecoming Injuries have presented a NEW YORK AP -Old Van. ....
loss to Sebring was the Eagles' constant problem to the Eagles MA -4 kees never die. They just become Gilchrist Goes
Mets. I* the
Yogi Berra
seventh reversal and third In a throughout the schedule. Mis-
I row. It lowered the team's fortune has struck latest to cross over the bridge,
hardest at following In the footsteps of Ca. To Raiders Or
record to 1--1. worst In five senior tailback Donald Walker,
I say Stengel and George Weiss,
I years, who is not too big but still Berra will be a coach under Jets On Waiver
This was a season coaches is the team's best runner. f Stengel his old boss U h* can
players and fans were looking Walker Injured his left kneea get Into shape In spring train. BUFFALO NY (AP) Con.troversial .
forward to. There were 18 few days before the season log Yogi will be placed on the Cookie dlchrlst, the
returnees from the club that opener and missed three games active list as a player-coach. American Football League's

posted a 3-5-1 record last year. and half of the fourth He had iL4L.ik'2 This badly kept secret be. leading rusher and 1962 Playerof
High hopes were expressed for hardly returned to action when ++w a t came a fact Tuesday when the the Year appeared head.

the goon-sized, experienced he was sidelined again by a Mete made the announcementat for either the Oakland Raiders
Eagles. mouth Injury In the fifth game. a news conference Weiss, the or the New York Jets today aft.
Then the season started. The 145-pound tailback miss- club president and Bern were er being discarded by the But.
on hand A special telephone
Palo Bills.
Coach Jerry Morris said the ed the next but
game hookup to Glendale Calif., wa The Bills, pacesetters in the
results of the first two games the next two,his face protected INCHING AHEAD-New York Giant fullback Ernie Wheel right strains mightily to set up to bring Manager Vten. Eastern Division and hoping to

probably would Indicate how by a special guard. But a up a little distance after being tackled by Chuck Howley. center, and George Andrie pick of ,.1'* comments across the n.. win their first AFL title, fired
the of
rest the year would be. recurrence ot fruit early-sea the Dallas Cowboys. Wheel right eked out one yard. tlon.They the $30,000 a year, 250().pound
Those first two games were son knee injury forced Walkerto never had a Met uniform fullback by placing him on the
losses though the Eagles near- miss the Sebring game His for Yogi. Naturally it had No. 8 waiver block for $100. They said
ly pulled out a victory against availability for the Okeechobee on the back '.44 they wouldn't withdraw the

a good Venice club. contest next week depends on Mary Russell Turkey ShootAt The publicity staff thought of waivers either.Thus .
Two weeks later Naples! how quickly the knee clears everything tt even had a mes.sage Gllchrtst was availablefor
up SECRtndup from Chris Cannlzarro, theMets' the $100 to the AFL club
came close before
fourth again Other Eagles who have miss Top Putter At Big CypressThis catcher who was the old with the poorest record. The
ping its loss In a row toClewlston. ed quite a bit of action because
No. 8. He bowed out in style, Boston Patriots and the Jets put
Then followed the of Injuries include ends Richard Palm waiving his rights to No. 8 in a In a claim. Houston Denver and
Puma Gorda tie, a game of Woodruff and Steve Clark tackteRayEllersguard6lUHan- Sunday message from San Leandro Kansas City, which had prior

missed opportunities by both Members of the newly organ Sunday November 22. will\ Calif. rights because of worse records
sides and the expected victory ter, and tailback Caner Bryan lied Palm River Women's Golf be "Turkey Shoot" at Berra will be the hlghest.pald this season, said they weren't
day Big
over Cardinal coach In baseball. And probably .
Mooney.OUTMANNED Interested
In Walker' absence sophomore Association crowned Mary RUB.sell Cypress in the year.oldfull
Country Club with a
in too. He will get a
Bryan has obtained a \ u putting champion in yes. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS number of football back.The
lucky golfers -
Florida Coach Ray Crave reported $40,000 from the Met Oakland Raiders who
goodly amount of experience terday's second weekly outing for
Naples was outmanned by which will help the team next the group predict that the pressure will to win Thanksgiving turkeys and 123,000 from the Yanks In discussed the situation Tuesday
Fort Myers and then played Putting competition was limit. all be on his opponent, Florida as prize what Weiss described as "..v. Telephoto( ) night said they would watt until
year. "
State in "Shotguns are barred., said erance pay. Wednesday to see what the oth.
listlessly at Miami Central. ed to nine holes and Mrs. Rus. Saturday's annual foot.
Principal Naples faults Pro Phil had made a more fortu. MAN ON TRIAL Is he lookIng .
Sebrlng had a good ball club sell copped first prize by taking ball game between the two rl. Derbyshire "but If er clubs did. The Raiders with
against Sebring. Morris Indicated nate deal as a special field con. for four-leaf clovers' 2.7.1
but the only 15 potts Second prize went to val. a player wants to add an extra a record could grab him
Eagles were not up to were too many missed Flo Brossart with It,and Maggie Crave said the loss of FSU club to the bag limit there will sultant after the Yanks fired This Is Ara Parseghian new unless Houston (2. .0) and Den.
par. -'' tackles in the open field and Weaver finished third with 18. quarterback and punter Ed Prlt. be no penalty. him u manager the day after head coach of Notre Dame's ver (2.8.0) changed signals. If

giving up the ball too many, In last week's tourney In a chett will throw the pressure on Competition will be between the World Series. football team. As his victory the Raiders also pass, Cookie
times. special scoring arrangement first team signal caller Stew mixed twosomes on a best- Under the terms of the Yan. string lengthens, the situation will go to theJets.Gilchrist .
Forecasters In Jane Clegg won top honors and T.n.l. who will have to carry ball with full kee contract Yogi could take a grows more tense. lie when he got the
arrangement USG
TAKE TO AIR Maggie Weaver was second the load along Job elsewhere and still get the was photographed during word of his axing said he would
Hope Of Better Unable to move at all on Mrs. Brossart. association After sending the Gator line rules applying. Players $25,000. Under those circum. practice for the Michigan like to play with either the Jets
are to make up their own stances It almost to be .
through what he called pays State or Raiders."His
another game
the ground against a rugged chairman announced that lIS play..r.
participated In fine practice session, Crave foursomes or may call the pro fired only concern is himself
Things To Come Sebring defense Naples had to tourney, forming nucleus yesterday'for a 'aid, 'm darting to feel bet. shop U assistance Is needed In "I am happy to be coming and how much yardage he can
take to the air. The Eagles here saId Berra. "I'll do what
future "up and coming women' ter about this. game; pairings. gain, aald Buffalo Coach Lou
i By HAROLD CLAASSEN scored when they put together association at Palm River." She The Galore, he add, "are Entry fee for non-members ever Casey wants I'm going to AntiTrustSuit Saban.
Associated Press >Sport Writer several pass completions but said membership in the usocla. polled and have proven them will be $5.50, which Includes work out in spring training. I "Certain Incidents have taken
NEW YORK (AP) Unllmlt. in the second half they more tlon Is open and Invited lady golf. solves several time this. year green fees and prize assess may play if I can. I did catch place over the last six weeks

.d substitution Is being soughtby often than not found Sebrlng era interested to contact her or under tight pressure and I think ments. Members will pay the some "batting practice last which were uncalled for, In my
many college football coach.es players on the receiving end the pro shop "New members are the Gator are getting set to 50 cent prize money fee. spring Fired opinion," added Saban. "I felt
for next ..ason. There maybe of Naples passes welcome," she said. playa real outstanding ball On the telephone hookup from we had to go without him. The
unlimited substitution among The Eagles could have made I g ame." Players expecting to participate California aengel was In his club la more Important than the
are asked to the usual "
notify form.
pro individual's
football forecasters, too, If last a ball\ of It Meanwhfiepreasurewas gain.
game by scoring shop so that a sufficient number "V.ry.'try delighted to have Gilchrist said the
move was
week's record Isn't Improvedupon. building up In other Southeast.mnConfetencecampstor.
when they got the ball\ on the John Thomas of turkeys for prizes can you, Yogi" he saId to the man At BravesMILWAUKEE "Inevitable"

It brought t the season's aver. Sebring 10 in the third quar- game with tough rival either be on hand. he used to call his assistant "This I* my third year and
age to ..8ell.Hopefully. ter. Alan Foster had run a To Join Clay In this Saturday or the next. manager "I know you'll be about the fifth time they've
here are this punt back 55 yards to that Ward Tennessee Coach Doug Dickey very successful. looked up ( ) Mil.wajkeo tried to trade me. It's apparent'they
week's plekai point but Naples could not move Surgery said his YoU made a lot of ml*Jim Carroll Of your record and It took two Domet Initiated attorney an Francis J, didn't want me around,"

Notre Dame over Iowa t Notre ahead Sebring took over on BOSTON (APCasslus Clay takes against Mississippi! last pageM.Dont get Into many 14 tlon In Federal Court antitrust' ac. said Gllchrtst
Dame has Huarte and Iowa has the 19. expected some welcome com. week and are trying to correct Jams. I don't want you to go seeking to prohibit'the Tuasdiy' .Gilchrist, lopsuahar.Io.tlie/ ,
Snook, two of the season's best "Sebring la definitely the best pany in the hernia surgery wardat them. "We can't do much get. Notre Dame Made fight that fellow Clay." from moving to Atlanta Bravos! until league with 751 yards in 162 car.ries .

aerial artists, but Notre Dame defensive ball\ club we've seen," Boston City Hospital today in ting: ready for Kentucky until we Berra In 18 had year with lifetime the Yanks, ar-cfier; major league franchise gained only 31 yards Sun.
also has a lot of others and Iowa Morris declared "It the person of high jumper John get our errors Ironed out" h..a1d."K.ntuelly a batting Is obtained for Milwaukee day when the Bills (9.1) lost
seems, Lineman Of WeekBy
of hit home
doesn't. Thomas. s has tremendous average .281 more Domet their first game of the season,
Yale over Harvard Chuck when you're losing that the Thomas 23, who."on. silver offense and it will be a real test THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i runs than any catcher (313)), shoe of,stock who In owns the Braves a single but 36-28 to the second place Pa.

Merceln the Yale fullback leone other teams" play their best medal in the high jump at the for us to try to stop th.m." he Husky Jim Carroll captain of and added 45 more as an out. Claras he represents 4,000 ml. trims (7.2.1).
of the beat In the ountry, against you, Olympics In Tokyo was to be added Notre Dame's No. 1 college foot fielder for a total of 338. He norlty stockholders, called baseball The Bostonians are only IVi
In 14 World Series and 115AU.st.r
Ohio State over Michigan operated on for a hernia which At Lexington, Tennessee's op. ball team was named Lineman 'played amonoooly.( games behind the Bills. Each
The Big Ten title and the Rose haa bothered him since before ponent held a full speed contact of The Week by The Associated games.The He asked U.S. District Judge has four games to go Including
Bowl Invitation hinge on this Snell Has Sights the Olympic. session which Kentucky Coach Press today for his "magnlfl. Yank made Berra Iplay.roeoach Robert E. Tehan for permissionto a climactic clash between the
In 1983 and in 1964
result with the Buckeye favored Thomas put off surgery to Bradahaw called theeet cent" play against Michigan substitute a sweeping antl. two at Boston Dec. 20.
despite Bob Tlmberlake. On Establishing sure he would be able to beb of the ,.r. "1\ seem State.i he took over a* manager when trust :complaint for an earlier Wray Carlton a 22().pound.

Oregon State over Oregon 3:50: Mile Record at Tokyo.A trance but good to be working The 223-pound! guard and linebacker Ralph Houk moved up the u gen. motion he filed to fore the eight-year veteran, was taken
two of the season's surprise spokesman for the hospital'against a T-formatlon Instead of from Atlanta made 11 'eral manager lost the He series won and pen.was Brains to remain In Milwaukee off the Injured reserve list to
nant but
teams tangle with the Oregon AUCKLAND New ZealandAP said i Clay is "getting along very a tingle wing in preparing for tackles and Intercepted a pass next through 1965 replace Gilchrist.Gilchrist .
Males finding a way to stop I( ) Peter Snell the lean well" in his recuperation program Tennessee," he commented a* the unbeaten and untied fired the day.Durocher No hearing date was lit forD was signed by the
Bob Berry, I dedicated master of the world's I but there still is no d.et. Vanderbilt may have two top :Fighting Irish cruahed the Spar. tort's petition. Bills after being suspended by
Florida State over Florida I t mldclle-dlitance men, haa Ms ,slon on when he will be able to runners ready for the tailback lane I M.' for their eighth The Braves, ordered by the Toronto of the Canadian Foot
The Seminoles have the better sight, set on a near-Incredible I leave the hospital. slot when it meets Miami Fri. stra1iht1ctol'7.. National League to fulfill a con. ball League.He .
line. 3SO! mile and retirement Clay underwent surgery loran day night Coach Jack Green He helped stop Ed Cotton in Pleads tra,t and play In Milwaukee was chosen the AFL'sPlayer
Kansas over Msaourli An. And It appears that all heneedi I Incarcerated hernia last FrU said Injured Bob Sulllns was I the first quarter when Michigan County Stadium next season of the Year by The Asso.
nualljr one of the most rugged I to achieve the goal Is a I day night three day before he running in top form Previously, I State, at the time trailing by Self Defense In until moving to Atlanta In 1966, elated Press in 1962-his first
struggles of the year. I little competition. 'wa* to have defended his heavy he announced that sophomore Arkansas over Texas Tech The darkoba1rtd.! bonyJsced 'weight boxing championship ace Steve Bevil probably would i fourth and one situation on its Suit For Damages accept a circuit court Injunction leg 1,096 yards rushing.

Tech ha* the great Don Ander. 1]New Zealander a double gold I against Sonny Llston. replace Sulllns in the lineup. 'own 48 and lost the ball on LOS ANGELES (AP) Leo barring a transfer In 1965.
eon but he won't be enough I i medal, winner In the Tokyo Tulane stressed punting In against the fierce Razorbacks I Olympus, trimmed threeWcnthsof preparation for Louisiana State i and drove to Its second TD. Dodgers; answering a $2110,000 ;Injunction restraining the
from Arkansas.Naiiriaka I< a second off his own world Coach Tommy O'Boyle was try. "Carroll was magnificent," ,damage lull, say that if the Braves "from transferring the
over Oklahoma I,record Tuesday, lowering the Twins 'Killebrew !fig to plug the holes that al. i aid his coach Ara Parseghlan. :former Dodger coach hit a fan It wets and baseball franchise Hit Red Wings
Providing the Kuskers concen.' I(mark to 3.54.1. lowed VanderbUt to block a "He played his best game even was only in Mlf-defense. 'fro'n Milwaukee until such time
irate on the game ,and snn't What'a more, he did It eased To Get SultanOf Green Wave punt list week and I though he wasnt 100 per cent The suit was filed Aug. 26 by ,'u comparable major leaguefra.chUe DETROIT: (AP) Injuriesare
dreaming about the Cotton Bowl I,up, loping In with an easy ur. make several strong punt .... i coming off a leg Injury" I Robert J. Hallsworth, 29, who : with comparable ma. I I trolt tfu\ starting to hit the De
game on New Year's day. I hurried stride some 15 yard In. Swat Crown I turns. Carroll's IS tackles gave Mm ,charged that Durocher struck Jor league ..setl. can be located conch Red Sid Wings Abel and Manager
must be
Southern California over \front of the rest of an Inltrna. BALTIMORE (AP) The LSU worked all three platoon :120 total for the Mason which ]him on the jaw outside Dodger 'in Milwaukee County Stadium." c let lay if they'll ever stop won.
UCLA A eross-lown rivalry)tlonal field on a cinder track at I i Maryland Professional Baseball on offense and defense will use 'compares to his 59 In both the i Stadium after a game. The Red Wings left four play.
with a alight Rose Bowl tinge.iprwrrrrrrr. Western Springs Stadium Billy flail at quarterback with :1983 and 1982 campaigns. The DurocherJodger
:Players Association announced The answer Alter nx years In the National ers In Detroit Tuesday night
I today that Harmon Kllltbrew of the first team and Pat Screen ;21.ytar.old senior was born in i filed in Superior Court Tuesday Hockey league New York Ranger alt t.- bowing to the New York
.. irrrrrsrrr ..1 the Minnesota Twin will be with the Go unit, or second Jonesboro, Ark., and won a He contended that Hallsworth made Phil I Goyttte, a curler bloAomed Rangers 2.1 in the only National
awarded the Sultan of Weal team. I ring Award from Parceghlan in "an assault" against Durocher into a star lit scaion.Ht I Hoi ey League game played.
crown at the organizations Alabama returned to drill i spring training aa the "most and that the "neceasarlly netted 24 goals for 65 pninm.ihth Seventeen. Red Wings misseda
1 Top In Sports banquet Jan 11. with an eye toward Auburn on 'consistent guard." ,defended himself." <" best fiure' m the NHL. total of 105 games last season
1 1 1you I : Killebrew hit 49 home runs Thanksgiving Day and a pooh
during the past season. bile loth victory In a row End Peterson Plans
Charlie Stephens Injured in the
LSU game two week ago Surprise Tactics "
worked out for the first time u- =t

THE Auburn and Georgia return to
1 practice today. Both teems bad (APCoach

r WE INVITE YOU TO 1Jiq.Cq[ !two day off this week since Bill may Peterson try Dew football said Florida tactics State to I \
their IJ
remaining games are more (1L
I !
SEE THE than a week away surprise Florida Saturday. / ( !
FlU worked out behind guarded -

Selection G stadium gates Tuesday. Po \ ,
Largest Carolina Lesion wnteri votedfuture lice kept an eye on a public .
1 street overpass from which, Is
Yankee Steve "hil ktr
OF 3. AND "th. blllt professional pOll piC I'. possible to see part of the fi.ld.Pet.rson uf;

I In the circuit. H,'. a 21..11I-0141 aald that with Its
COUNTRY wide-open style of
; southpaw iwiniirtf, outfield play the 1
FlU team could ul
change tactics
with the leet

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BOWL mvrclal League Monday i .109ome 1

There were fewer scoria changes In the standing t

-- CHECK Monday night In the Const ructioneers as the leading Wimp's Teat ,.

THESE ADVERTISERS -- League but In apt. took three from Luff's CMC .

of this Townsend Produce Increased push them Into third spot wi i,

ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERS their league lead to Brehm' Atlantic taking cvtseoond .

11 points when they took four by virtue of a four Nil)I

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BLRbLRSe.N from Allied Paving H. Ron win over Anchor Lounge. I Pain) ,

Townsend Lake Mobile Homes moved into ,
SHlitES wu high for the win -------cr-or" :
MEADORS' ners with a 510. and Ike Wol- the fourth spot when they took
989 Airport R.... "' !i
M ft" f.11 N/rp.:! ,. 1 ] ford with a 478 wss high for four points from Brookslde. Pv
: Announcements 14- 50Rooms For Rent
o ..,:,.: JEWELRY the losing paving men. Naples winning three from Troplgas, -Help Wanted Male

Gift Jewelry AnTlrp./ Spidipm Ml .5I0 Ml t OO Federal In winning three from Plttmans were able to move \1o..jA' lit'Al" IV" SA1.ON ,,,, ,
*r lake erdara up ". 1M." '" h t. ,"
N.OA Tnll ...,.,,,. iliiy lrte.lt. tit IIrTY 1 SO Dewey Polly Realty maintained to the sixth.Anchor Lounge now ,'019,... 'I"o11151 51 Av.SoutAC A"i W ahnrJ.lf!'n| 1 III?' ik<.p".pull r"I >|"0'up k .N' ,"01'","', ,,, II ...,1 Ph""lId,. MI,t t.

BARBER SHOPS their hold on second place as occupies the fifth position ,SIr.ot MI I 5501/ laundry biindl.l' Apply m prtmPr.th.
DRUGS LAWN CARl Jim : _.. i >_undry 11/17 IIIntormatien 53-llitings Wanted
ROi&l'i Croak scored a 564 ..et.I Brookside the 7th, Troplgas8th. U} ""
Barber Shopt P using a 206 game and John Paul's Texaco 9th movingup till to II' Anllk6RMSnS. L5p.rlaed CNryd: M1$5.,nIt
Park Si. Ml.2-4449+ PRESCRIPTIONS ALL erne ...* W. any. .dd.d Above ware{. Inesrna .
< lirg w. *r* in duo ned .1 odrMlk.
'X Thr.* 101.*,., BorbortN X Flllo1 VV TOM iii Stull came In with a 548 set. from 10th when they won Sire seaLINNIE'I .,...,t I.** Pan N se.e.n.l er ,..,1)1 a Ateunt
."LEJ '''O''NO' CENTM ACCURATELY ZjPrompt roe : Briscoe Parker's 498 was the three points from the Mixed UNIFORM SHOP Wild Sill Cbry Plymouth ll/IJ MlI II/ '. need lour bedroom
T..o 101...., Borbon. best INS Nand, a U Mycrt. 1'1. nemn *r *prtmnt ter FabMarch
fro. Delivery LAWN 81 SHRUB I the losers could show.The Grocers, whowere pushed down _tp inn rury and l/ll ttA..I.

Open J-5.30 E.c.pl Son. DON'S Moose Lodge team won three to 10th and Swedes Auto Trim ., : 16-Help Available .*
Mn End Cr.y Hair CARE Gun Cettt Fun camp Fbe Phil' N. Kay.. Open.
i N.tu.el Wov LIGGETT REXALL 1 '. from Sawyers Carpet and Tile moving out of the cellar by virtue lout Wiiilm Pass iww IIMtlntini new
| Utlnj+ H.To..IC"I.' while of beet ,M|>' t,rtins atI H..... work d., or wk rom
Nat>$1.* Shapplnaj Certtor: 2-3136 'Z-30M' Standard Oil was taking a three point win over e me BOtont, 15,1., ooman Noodl ROBERT H. JAEGER55Storea
three from Schreck Construction the now cellar dwellers Marco MI 2.0n trantportation, MI 1 1MI
CLEANERS R.. "IE 5rb.r
Sate Moron BillT urn 1121lost'
INSURANCE SERVICE STATIONS and these teams remain Island Developmem Corpora .tH'. Qy.".. Con.$ .., $ NNpeind' Car T., t Intl

tied for third place. The last tlon. Charlie Rice was
JERRY'S B 08' S place Boat Haven took all four man of the league as he rolled N Office

DRY CLEANINGIII t} SAVMONtYuIY "UMIN' SERVICE .I points from Tom's American games of 906 and 210 and a 111 A.mu: Drive M.. told' wa.P m ern Los .

SERVICE /i p t I'L.n.: AUTO-HOMIO.'I' STATION j as Ev Baldwin came In with a 557 series) Everett Baldwin ---- 4"THOMAS dorm.lk. Park II.OI.n"iii p m Oft I.e,.' teeco curt.S* tor !:: Ave ;;51MI rtC

//I I I NAPtl SMOPPINO CtNTIP Ihc".lc Road Sot"ic. 203 and 547 and Joe Salmon used games of 193 and 194 DNs Altr VCR.li.n* ea4 kl"".. W"I..No.. ;r'irt23Misc. ; S M. 1

842 6th A VI., So Ml. 2-7390 NORTH TRAIt Ml a-Tl" .n duly Wtfcnfl| scored a 519. Wilson WMdden to reach 564| Joe Salmon scored Ml SpMinlitini. NM', ,m Ivvnini lT7l(towm It 57-Hou For Sal

4040 North. T.iIIII/ 2 3887 turned In a 480 for the Oil a 540, Rex Polly a nice For Sal.'aUf .

men. Allied Paving f 2 moved 214 game good for a 605 set, P'.1..515..rwekl Iron ;--I;; I etDftOOM HOMI

SHOE REPAIR Into a tie for Bib place when Em Emmerlck: 536, Gene Till 3-Bosts-Motort Accei.Saenlic Iwo I51. ,lawn or Pali, turmlurtMuirllanwui wilh NOW 10 IMMIOlAtt SAtNS rice .v.l.nl.POJifS,

they won all four from the Police man a 203 and 660. Ken Mc- SCkan.e nikh' Otlic HoutoneM pSa., fur Ml I linN L... down n.Y"'."' n"
:4'Iw1'enfion ; In vn.r. "lan. fnrfM.l. ) i*:i"i".n a. >..n m .IIIH atNcilh ..bMln, coil, clly' w.(.r county
YOU CAN ADVERTISE V _M/MC7MMIM_ Department. Charlie Conkey 629. Howard Fonts 510| .. ol ('. bxul.ful IT Chrit ll/ll 41 1101 aily' I minul lu mmtiwn
I #) ; Grieser used a 500 series while Jim Croak 201 and 549 Herb Ct.M Tom tnem.s. "..<. N.oln PricorJ ImmIILISa
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS IN THIS SPACE '.. Sunki, 0.", ,, ,,nd.,, S..rchL'aM. For S.I* Honda Motor UeoUrIt lo tlf. M for u.ck ala
whan making purcKaia from C H."., ,," .. ] Jimmy Haynes came In with aGOB. Lee a 225 game high of the Cvilem m Ida CUI'''ICM. 5uu. Irioiaun, I bi'y.'i.i l... ..." .n Harbor. Ln*.
Can, Ml r ..h''''* Y"I. /, rll tha'RIM
CALL Ml 2 2107 \ .M Cock Pit .v..*., 1..000. t/Il *ftr I PMllll w
NOJTI .d....,..r. H* i ii lnlrtlc) J So/o* Noel* Skip Wall was htghfortha night and t 524 series Em firm' Cll' MI MJ4 rind Ml tl0od "' .

in knowing about your ratponta. FOR DETAILS. WORK: GVAAHTStDl policemen. Some of the better Emmerich 636, Jimmy Haynes ill! .ia/! t/ IrPl "wTl ** Mm MR.1T FLORIDA RFAIa

) I4fi AN '1WI 'UOI scores tossed were Doc 523 Jim Haynes a 214 game IPt I .slam (.. Skill lit bin.',,,,, t.lr<(.ralor 4.1.,. ESTATE MART. InrSftooNtior.
Thru C.." In.'..>, Tine Silv.itaii.. radio ,..... tHoy.rcontui.
Schultz 196j Dick Capelle 166j and 507. Bob Moorhead 202 Oaks, Nil D.iilh finder.Nlw '. .' hi... ,l.alhorMta VIILAOINAPlIt
Russ Gay 183t Ed and 514. and Pllnt :ni. virnllll lI .. .....h... I whit" iMihorMt FLAIARB
Lynn 184t Dewey Wright .1 I SkiBoot, Manna or Pnon cha" pint, ulh.r "Horn "" .... A so iu,.? foaciiFrwit
ElvInTownsendI92IFr.nkWU-| 639. jack FInzer won himself MI t tOM IS/M Hir Ml 1 'IMI in ,.. ., l 1.50 HarootPlaia Mom* with pawl, lavnhIcndxaplr
llama 1T7 and 1 ft Chni Trtft olumlnumboat ll/llt |rtnoOPitiNTO
Fager a free as he convened
game ... t14iNM '
and top '
FOR don foolini'
.b w.ll
j who rolled the high game of the the 6-- 0 split.Brookslde Two IS HP al. Johnian Molar t''"'. .,.1'i! .!" .'1" aiue, luilr, Cendillonod' Ce* J eodroom
night a 210. for a 503.Position a .lik. now TnllH A I condition. lain .l.itnr, .h am power I'l lN 1 Talk, darport, Florid NoamAbialut.lv
IWO or will lr d lor. J. ."IIH, >,"..."". To 11/1.1 immMulal .11
Bowl will host a Call aflor I.30 PM" I >MI r your wine (15,100CARIIIIAN,

night In the Com- Moose Lodge Tournament this II'" l5Bualness/ 26-Pertonal MCALTYP.IAITOP.S

Sunday November 22nd. Bowl Of>p ALCOHOLICI ANONYMOUS P 0 h. ISM

ing will start at 12tOO noon i........'"." lOov,.. '.hon CI. Man" or womn wih" drinkingprebiam Na HI' way. N....**, PI*
t .. ., Atk tor help by tall MI" HIM. _
and lodge teams from this district I. Cn..1 Loo. H."
nm.t. Jot PIMA. Ave SI. in| Ml I 4)11 v.." ... **rdiallywaKimo
Resume Including: Fort Myers !) / tw7Dogi M..1'e Pint. 171 lltn SI North
a 0. ypn eaptiM Churcn *..*. en ImSt NIW I bfdrMm. I ISIS' Onodtiera
Punts Cords, Pon Charlotte p I PIN Av. avary Tuo and *. eiotin* kiwb.n. utnty '
and Naples will be participating Cats PeH era n.M.1I10PM room. M'...." porch OEi >
Ness and Air COOl III, too
+ Talks In the tournament. The 7"ooai. AirCMmi.lgf0; ra. 36-Want.d To Buy down. IIII .., main '",
R P' On public U Invited to come and Iii.. Slick. I Moak *::1WFlow.n.P.nt..Seedl it end ..... included,
Ption Ml I Mil I M U.o4 pickup. lluck wontodGood NO CLOSING COST
watch the fun. ,ond"" '.. It.hlman/ Prop.
i art,.. Mamtnnc* C. IIII Ird VINCE CONBOY

:: p RR Strike PINE LANES T3JT7o- ..'ll'.Im, 'n p1, ..... k I. Ie I/n 1 .11 5551..'.Il/berkw.y

Hatcher Construction moved Kit can* N cwili uo I* \t M )8-Aulos For Sal. .
pi .Lu.n1.5 1.1urd.ys, j* rll THII nw I Iff hem* *(
Into first place (In the Contrac- ..,,, Pachgiki",, P. 0 51 HIM 11'ih Ave a* ii4 wa
;F t CHICAGO (AP) Railroadand when mil* t ol S.nk on in* Hilan.ion TOP GRAD UIIO CAMS COt I MAN SOYO. P..llerroi
!toff f League Monday they / e.ach Nd l/l/ ft /I font" 5Ns MI" II"
union tfffcdala resume alt OJ I' four polnt.lrom Fuller In- COLLIER: COUNTY .
yon 14))* r>a' I bodteem
flattens with federal mediators dustrle AI Ilajek hit a 211. MOTORS } bath CSS bou e en
12-Help Wanted l III. .
today In attempts to reach an 10* Ml I4U4
Ronnie Hatcher 190 and Mike amp -a.... h..""r... ... :; .
In .
agreement a lone dU nhwt.h5..u4 .nl.' N 1W.d.d -
wage Van Hall 182 while : N Ckrysl.rS med plrmwlLmdtd /,. Iv
Joel Metis AlOft Itdtia,
N Mrs
Apply Rini.tiCtI
spute and head off a nationwide A/5/ N. ms11p ASK our ho, .
strikeSome. was tossing a 198 and Harold ll/tl II rh' c.l.l.rl. 45 /nlle NI Rd/ rod or ....... genatruclion en San.Ion .
Ma .f bin ,..., Nlamee Wed / Cir./la 'in NAPLIIOUIN
140,000 noixiperatlng Miller i 183 for the losers. car Fl I" II,. 5/ at titles with
toed lams
y.11' IS ( Sill k., (.rlll-CiM.il.. ,flele( ;:;' :: DOWN :
employee of sis shop. craft un. Firestone made it four over uC.ptfM.Uya'.5I.d PROP

Ions are Nt to strike at 8 a.m. Daley Distributors as Bud Has- W..m.n. Porter. Dish iM atilt n MVIlpl' / / an m lIMt'our t*a.nv ui paint abwul. "(.(maven Mowiiigcredit

local time Monday. The walk singer rolled 190game. Eliot Wa.hnat. |Jlu y,, W.lt- t ll/ll N41Trucks II 01 .151.1: wnrk: you 5.,,
rnODUCTION STOPS do 1 low Unfinished Ford cars sit on the assembly out, a spokesman for the unions Stone with a 156 and Dill Stone row, Maid Morning andvofilrtf "."'.

line in Dearborn Mich., as the company faces total shutdown due to said, would halt service on liT a 178 led Stone Builders to a "" ihifta, ('sal working Tractors WIlllAM' ,S,,.1"ltlNS.,,) : /tNt

strikes nt nine plants nround the nation. Ford Motors laid off workersat major railroads and terminal 3-1 win over Moorings Texaco rimdillnni. Moat fur. M tanlh II Nu Ml' I tWAL /S

the final-assembly plant men though it has been operating six switching companies which nan. vrtid had Ed Stoner With good 1 t.I.r.li<.r. Hull UMC TRt'CKSTh !' ( MAftaOft Yw* ba Teem

days a week. (NEA Telephoto) die most of the country's rail In a 181 game and Gene turning Till- dy Inn IMh St N. and lal. for y ur money *I N btti walorway wHh ,lwear L-l lullHdeMped Iy aPere
traffic. 'a" GMt'( I IM ( and Mwlod All
man of 219 and 206 and 10th Av. No Apply In per 11,11 ....",. hn
Francis A. O'Neill of the National games III It" II H. klh> Never** aytlebeet
Mediation Board said no a 60S set, the only 600 of the on to Mr. Hud'Icy. no phone ,.mIl.ty 10........ 'rip dreetma end air Plum cand W/w Asp cap.ini van

' progress was made In Tues.day's evening DJ Salmon almost rail pica** 11.116t *wa4em drepe end eihiMAIL
Bomb Wrecks 4S-Trailers For Rent .5111 I.e dely. N.r 1 a .1
Loss Of Car Output Drags talks with union and rail reached a 600 as he used games INS, ....". l.M. MI Jors

'I officials in a wage dispute of 233 and 193 for a 697. 13-Help Want f.mal. "*.,..* IS .*... will IV s 11\j_ \ If
which started II IIS a .... a.... II ...* IITATEMery
Restaurant At nearly months and Moon Mulllns tossed a 210 IIN/UN 5aAU1Y, UP/NAIOR Nab Croat ,.."lar P>.rk cei ,.,. Mora H,.*
ago. but to no avail u their ,., otiablitntd trio* in Seta bodreew arlma Production "We're Just working back and game N. ly C.tli.r County "..< tt 46 Trailer Parks lurriiakiod Over Ml Mdyl Polm
Index DownBy team. Moon's Masonry, was A ,. ainNotaarwiola ; > Space.taaaenobl. Ire**. -z. ...'u.... e1. lawn
Saigon Airport forth, O'NelU said after meet able to win one point from ()" H.,, ...en <.... II..' ",... \ It Me down Own
inc with officials. "Well Just ..... Potilion for o'fl Dock -- "."'p .""If''.....,' i'm':* )1 r.t:0.: : Ml I
tot'darv eookkaooor
Me II leu ft. Carl Armbrust ... cci
SAM DAWSONAP The loss of car output dragged SAIGON, Mouth Viet Nam keep pinning along." Mini o. rolicioni mil sees uit arty l '.1 Ad werai It/11" n
the Industrial A tentative agreement was rol big games of 20T and 200 hand or ...u...,.... and h*.* el Cupri 4 .111..1I.e SUnSm r
AP A terroriat'a bomb SwtC"7urnU.dn
Business News Analyst production Index ( ) de.mollihed II.*. ..../h.....* iklln I Da, Need Ityd'S Mo :i
NEW YORK (AV) Bust down In October from the pre. a restaurant at the reached Tuesday with the hit a 696. Alander and Sons .... ,..1"' ... I..aaMI II" Havon ""4 ,lit Lake PA Would /*n ,d.inli

acumen are paying more heed Ylous month for the first time In Saigon airport today, woundlnf Brotherhood of Locomotive had Albert Hatcher tossing a orktni. condition. Call' /''I":Ifkoconl 4S-Apf. For Rent .1' *| M r1a5010.05|1111| MlVH4 itPJOVAL

today to what \Is happening than more than s year. But It Is still 18 Americans and at least four Firemen and Enelnemen representing 193 game Dm Stoner a 181 .
." '. iee,50/d 'in
to what didn't. 131.7 per cent of the 1957.19,. Vietnam... about 28,000 firemen, and Vernon/ Hanks a 176 as **.lo> .ork|r ApM Voiirt Pea EBB MARION

What didn't happen was the crate, compared with 120.1 percent One American Air Force d \. hoMlers and engineers on 163 they won! three from Woods ,,M cHOBBL II1R TIDE APTS. Ml hfam llfMllv en* MrlManding I ...,_... lot taM

production of cars and parts In October IMS. cer was badly wounded. He was major railroads. Chrysler who had H. Reed high rr- .r pr .. .5, Wally Many Monthly MeadrZnKKif'1 ** en *vrb. *kMi. .. Map!** Say Formerly
The agreement, similar to Inv win. MaW kw. May 1 "'*.. ** I medol thi,*
And this outside the restaurant In one
helps businessmen slttlns
and materials that didn't occur with a 201 game RichardDumas' imp..nn..nd P/ua.l bedroom duet. I r.tidana* it e"red "" a,
because of shutdowns In auto shrug off the expected drop last a bus when concrete fragments announced: Monday by the HO.. 54114.. As', ,n 5" #rA. met Me iet* or cbildren I lll"t&t > witbevl '..,nit ft Ina. and tan bepurtketadl
month because of labor smashed Into It. OOOmemDer Brotherhood X Rail 198 was high for Pine .. .till.I I/ 51 ... n- al a Tiur, 1.11 below .
plant troubles road Ridge Auto Center and DonSl1lart' M.rL..sI..Mry. ,-.4': ;, dsnkid .el".. Nr, .ttMl I Ian For ........
oar om ioy
and look to The other Americaiswere Trainmen provides s 9- Y .. ,
a fast Injured mont o Ml 14M
What le\ happening I la the eon. recovery. mont ol PralKor* Ory CloaajwiOaa4 JfKtri pl M vti''I .1 .1111. or drive
tlnulng rise la output of other Two other statistics that 11 U.. airmen three eeni.an.hour wage hike for fire 183 for Cadillac Amoco Mini M aapablc. o f noai CtI**<.. Kajfd) 1111 11Yr add ,. II.,.*( Harbor .H..iaa.teipof
durable goods\ and In looked queasy In October come Army men and three civilians. men and hostlers and a ".n as the two teams split. bond "....... ",..>* apa y mp.rs .I..... ...'f.t1.-r.; ;; "

consumer the nondurable ataplea of the under the same interpretation First reports Indicated they Increase per basic day for engi.neers. Vernon Hanks was the sharp. 11/1 II n Prainor Lav dU7 A"...$ P.rb Ml 1 win IIIIIJt. 0..111. "..,...... F.'nshd

Retail sales dipped slightly were In the area of the re it an. shooter of the nlaht u he made Pura 0.10 Ne, rRI Ji."RIii nNi.m. N.'n..m.I" 01"eroue.
economy. aaawrieMel U I but this too was due to loss of. rant Soln the building and I M.W Hampton assistant the 4-7-10 split: be v..t.d. :*III. :*., Mem .tOM!. Mph" .It' I I" : I511 'T"lI\! ,
president of the BLF said .n. 510.11.1: Mrs .
of strike or became .ll'1Ili were only slightly wounded. the .APRI .. e .. .
meaeesssssrutuc .. iMen. 5151550114 Iwo SM/a n A' "n.'dN'a.I"I.
The proposed contract follows the NAY MIPM: ; :r. : .... MI, ,.. .
customers weren't buying Just explosion virtually lev. (" lrotavJti ",.". ." ." ,. "".
In Gem sled the Air Viet t Nam restau., recommendations of a preslden. NOTICE .. H..l ,lI/II M 44M ** M1 IIIIfSTT ., 055455 ., II....'" ....
Suspects then. N I and 1 Lr-.Sm .......... 5145544'.. I Pam-.'. .
Job totals also were sdverselysfiected rant situated a few balding; tlal emergency board. N',Tier or iNTr&TioN rTo''.'. by the auto troubles from hangars containing UJ. The shop onions have rejected I011R FICTITIOUS CAMS) TO .... / lo 4 _....,. HWod boaiad ,..N.y ..r M..555IN: hi
Theft PlanningOn Air Force jets.American as Inadequate the ,". ........*.,.... doe brbp ear Mutl ". .. ,./*,* *ne lrmpet.i 0Ma..5. Y.."" ..la.** MilfCrntn r1"r i,1$5; I sort. 10, .
emergency ....
But businessmen / A .C. IM
I note that out. ,.1, Inn I ... conducting a SeulMlue > r.n ui mi b* Sill bt .... 1 Ton A., r sM4MN/ .rod
aide this Industry and Its sup. and Vietnamese board's recommended Increase ou. M e' N..,<.*. Pier>*. wider (.... 14.51 a a. M .... e,nTuc North I tut. tin and t I4M 0S ..M., ,.'''''''' or ..
pliers the demand security men at first thought the at n cents an hour over a three ,IX. 'ClIf..u* ....... ml SfCMV end ..' u ia I!L.Jl.JL_ .. _. _. ____ /rrn,4d, 11511e q1115 AraI.
SurrenderingMIAMI job was ,Ibol Mid Sum It l mpo... of meOHo "" t 1 IM 6, 11
strong. Employment sdvaneedlo airport was under Communist year period. Present hourly pay > .V.* L*.**** .aes..ImN end Wanted Male SABLE IHOREa APTJ.Ml A:: ,"ON T AII, ldre
(AP) Allen Kuhn service: and trade and la state mortar sttack similar to that In the aofeoperatlng unions av.erages pan, ,a< ride* .. .t. *. renew* 14-Help 1444 Ira, .It" rpd N0aae, 5,11

and Jack Murphy planned to fly and local: governments and wu which killed four Americana S1.S8 and $2." la the sis p e;..ce d M* e So itHANOMM N..,.* Pieride. .f....' .... ... "_."........, "... KMy Mead ..nd Are Ave.eilaiimef -,.-
... .... ........ LAKtS er
to New York today to surrender off less than seasonally la the and wounded 72 at the Bleu Hoe shop crsfts. 0. '- N** AveaIle OMNtaGYM
on an Indictment naming them construction Industry where air Lane two weeks sgo Michael roc, president of the IM.. *._ce a buandM 5 r..sy.n.II' 11/4 I* MI lUfi 'iir.rr1. ) M'it .5My H.14 .

as the burglars who stole the weather ls a factor.Consumers A few minutes before the esplosion AFUCIO Railway Employee: I my iMt oit .. ."" t. me Se. n
** -
Star of India sapphire/ and other : are spending more aa Australian air force Department has called the re*. lor Clerk(011.N..l''CewHy. CirtwM,..Ce.e.... M 'end.. runic NOTICI 1454 **> rlmoril : A':; MA LOWE AND BECK

priceless from the Museum la communities untouched by plane bad arrived from flnga. ommended Tike Inadequate because .M.> .... **id **.. *f ...., ed*, .'55p1 N NN Tommy Make.
gems I NM MUll'
111 TMt counr o INS WI'/ It. "LTOttS
/e. tmmitx of C4> Mr .
of Natural History. the labor strife. After allowing pore with nood relief suppliesfor .he said, the shop workers L... ad ,...... AM *MINI. Jbvw COUNT JUDO, III P..m A.. Se

Their attorney, Harvey St. for sales losses la auto, retail central Viet Nan possess special stills sad areunderpaid olie'w '-- m: j 5.N'5... tain .., ef COLLIIRNC UNTYtLOROA.' 49-Hoi/es For Rent 1LL.1ia11.- -- dual U-

J.M. said be wu confident a trade Is lopping year ago levels Aa armada of US OJ hell. u retailto com.paraMe tlfCCA AD in For rarAft OPMANY ImmaY11e'.. ITe7reM, Mm.S. .
sealed indictment blAded down by the highest percentage since copiers was landing at the air workers U Industry Pel 't Nov 4. I1L r..IT" mm IrVatON tlASONAL KINTALS MIii11WANy' y12111pk

1 by a New York county grand last March when the federal la. port aa the eiptoelon took place.They Junes E. Wolfe, a 1Jd:...se ---- TO All CDITO D"ANO**Md ft" .ed ::,: "" :: 1 1PNMnsu
for the ,.UriQ L OPNti NT10N TOIf'NTIC SONI, CAVING 11150 .5 55r 511550 11111 to
jury named the two water show come las cut went Into effect had been engaged le the railroads said the car. P/Ctf,0U1, CAMS MANOI AOAIMJlf LAID ftfAffVeu OH Df

performer "We will plead la. Utilities are producing more Mete airlift of the Vietaames Mrs would not agree to any h. -."..- .- ....,5.dine ..d ..M *. M *r* way MARLOWE AND BECK

accent, 01 coarse," he Bald despite the auto setbecks. sad war, carrying troops Into C m. settlement beyond the board's ",' Ted ii :.::..:-= 'c-. ; yiii.ad .sd nd NA rwM.
sods recommendations. ro..... .... ,....._ .._ te
The government failed for the count oo the Increased demand territory sent of let.g01a win Np.o. *y beve .t .el m. M/4j15ttlhk1A)401 .
ANeNORRAita PARK :st* UAOT. Vli.SOl d* ai d tiaai iCkbM ; c. Me
third time Tuesday to produce: continuing.Industrie. .d m0 114 Ma to _r14d NIM Use .< >..d CewMr le m.* Cevt, H N.....* fir*
evidence the two stole the jew.els. producing equip OemoltUosj experts Said the Floods Strike 'Ma1m. ANe M'e1 ""' *. .< CJl_ .teat rINr. MM* i Sodre*** Hemo O.1ad 150,5100, .......... .
r N of r.SAaN e.. 411 ,. S.'l.in *r ee<*> |"US term*
N .
bomb of M yst.A5 two bewe .. .
sad was a plastic and aj? loooo I4ff Mw
tor type
consumers r.
But 0. .. Commissioner Cd. mant both *.* ''',M, el Lea "....*. '-. Dne 0 H Let, bd 5 C. ereter
N..C Ceeion Sena
business firms kef4 onelimMnr probably weighed about 4SpoundI. 4.1AMVIltlAW 1NNDyn.da. .. il/u all l 115 b*. M. Neajle
ward Sway who bad promised for Quake-Tilted .. p id* i f. a *!* *)* nvaniMteetk .t* .
w.1. /row '''. hM .. IM 1,55 451
to dismiss federal rkarges Uprosecutors to October. Lai" V N,CCIOV.p..dIold 111.4 ,,,.* .... ''' O4 ..IIICOCONe
Tae .5 t'N. Gip
K Had been placed above Alaskan / 'd. de-und" :1rt / Ice
SI5m er *
didn't come Capital spending by buineesU
ep wtttsomething 0. ....,. of Dos ANCHOR' ,. L. I W
changed his tautd, ,etlU natocAThe October set ,concrete' beam laaide the res 1E1.DOTIA 'RAiltl PARS M .. p.1.... e>M,.edense cj eod.ee ketl aaN diet pint.-"be If:* q.MN .' INt
swan granted a* additional beck .in production figures Is laerant. A stoifiar booting lathe Thirty-three Alaska (AM "" "" a KfOMCDV M, :: w tleswaM..n5R .:.. : cen, Its 050 Mr AYu r.w5.M 0n 1p5Mane'5

deemed only I I Caravell Hotel. downtovaCaigoa homes were Hood.ed ,10't. V weaeOv51, a 5. IM 155111114 ad Oj.'t.;:: 5., M 1r rN M WILLIAM S, ,
coatlnesnce to Dee. t alter be. temporary. Tuesday eight as ii sew '*- a tfftf Se MM eed a bag advised that the Hew York seems unlikely to change any j ) lad Aegast snssbedttureugfe record: high ew.< t> MM CMMM Cw ad lar .e* Potier eed e4W .li.* er *. S NNdd.n .
tide UI this fttrn. r.ont S> Ml > "
I' II roams. queJte Uted cos. 'tot Cm* ftftttfMw MO*! Ma *. Mod ..*H be ..*,, / 50
grand Jury was In sesstoa oe the boardroom thinking about the'advisability _airy M4 WM *. OOV All(HOII ANNA MAC ts ;I pS1,0.50eN
case. of expanding plant four Vlelesaiese weredrsgged THA'LSM PANS _.. m* .._ AS Na.14n..d Ueh.14 S 1 II/N 1/
1 btexBng frote the de. Sel-torU eaak IA last alter of q...N '"'I. t... A *10 .d 1.05..0 ..5MA51 59-Acresgw
Kub/i, 26, a water salvage ... sad buying sew /QulpmMt.1b J Ibe Mardi n eertmoake and J):.1. AM, *< IMI wL0N.t1a..d w.I.M.d.s W
pert, sad Murphy I7.year.old today's tendency 1s to win brie cf tfce reMaarantPUice the high tide of 'RN' .,H mj kM* .04 s..l aY.. p., .,u MS 14450 0, Utdune. 1 1, rn< or NN II e .$.
tats week .
were "' ,
arrested few boys be. PAN./ (5515100ASMyt i..i lur ireMe* Mve U H. ef.mi
W.r :
water ctowa nave beee free ... off October'tra11WN as tempo ,
< : eipexted to do Minor dalDl LAM ''O w w i Pane. SoMia Tenb em)
der 110,000 bind11. /. ran aad to take those eo d1M rweea) tile age ol 1$ and 20 forqueeUoalag flaadbegi ba4 beee (" ,, LOtS v .INNIov 55.1..1 M... wla. / / I ..m uHfurrmne .. PSNS MI '*'/" t*

hall said, "... are ready sag this month fa stride. ()at. Aachorage. flan tofre0 '' ..n9N. M a N Mt0AN1lA l.. "act. "nlets m A.1 tw.s WN.r/0, ru.l. Any Gab lj- .. .,..... Iwe .M
'. .. ........ > ... *4I on tftete DM *M nvoMb yoorKoto II M yin melN. N. .1511.
to proceed wttt the trial whenever side the affected Industries the The -otaaaunMy of 400 U a I".. ? IWIN.te. .s.-.. G ?.ri. Tb4M... M,5,4.. Cyst jiw a ar ... "I. 4.,11 Ne

the state X New York 1( i treed is lUll ..,.are. '.'t .. A Litterbug boardwalk lore, '.-. -... A-'-. tt. Tina .1)9"I I If< ..a(ft*, r'm 1" tl Oor 1M te.>y reS44 tit Ptrb S4 Sewtli It/I I, s0 Midw II- -:.i* 'nS>J Orlt--.tJ Nkw


Del MMt.H.lm w 51. A"a.. E i APPLE G.M CI.t ttKM GIANT Nibl.t THRIFTY MAID CaW STARKEST U.Meet a..k. ? STOUT "DUlAND SWKT

Peaches Juice Peas Corn : Tomatos Tuna I Pumpkin Potatoes t 75g S

Na 2V4G. 46 .L Sin 303 CM 12 .x. CM Fi*. 2% CM Na V4 CM Na 2V4 CM M*. 2tt CM i

; 4For$1 !: 2 F- 33 C : 2 For 20C For $! 25 E I 7 F or 2or:1Fj zLWr

Far SAVE fc SAVE 13t Emit FMT SAVE lOc Limit Far j 25c Lhtt SAVE 10 U-rt TbrN SAVE 9c LWt Far r'SAVE
,., ,
rMMM.MA w p a a. .n ww >uSxrnJYl. 6 ... rPn3... Ii


q Toothbrush I

( $699< SIS WtrtII TURKEY f fWi I

.fR.glitrTit. .i ;;
f While They Last!

"-- -'
O4, SAMSONITE ELECTRICConOpener 16 !bs. And Up C .....,.. IrtfcrTurkeys
kCELLE Per Pound
4ulfc. BEEF
PrlcM EfUrtiv. Nmrnbr 19 Tim' 21 Aril 49'

STORE HOURS $99 ocn 3 Lbs. $1
OPEN ILL 900 p.m. FRI. CUN
OPEN 'TIL 7.00: p.m. SAT. With Wtrtfc ",. C
: .
.f 8 to 14 !Ib. Avg.
itaTapa -
o._ Rights Iu.rv" COMPUTE WITH 3 9

3 $1
VatflH Limit On Y.ur(h.k. WitV
$5 tr AUr! DrierCoffee Gi-arferry S
Pies 3 lor $1 1 N..300C/ I Lb. 89c


f.l) n Or
Rolls. Pi.. 39'Vli. / Chan t Sjnk m '';' .


Potatoes 3 -99' Stuffed LONG ISLVND QUICK Turkeys FROZEN .. 55

SOABROOK FARMS HUIIARD Grade "A" Ducks .. 49cSLjg4NllBsh
5n .. 99
PIT RITZ PllShells GradeFROZEN A" Geese 55c
MAINE RUJStTBaking llmil On Y ur Chtid limit Ont Yur Chtid QUICK GRADE A
IadI Pkj 39' With $5 .f W.rt OritrFlour With $5 r M.r Orrft r
Roasting Chickens *. 49c
Potatoes t I i FROZEN
FRESH PRODUCE ShorteningSAVI I i Grade "A" Capons. .. 59c

229( 10" 69PINtlREtZt I I Baking Fowl . *. 39c

OCEAN SPRAY 2Qc $ Fresh Oysters '12i Sic' 99c I
Cranbenries2 Pk: 49 RAWS

GOLDEN YEUOW IRISH Roll Sausage 3 U. $1]

Corn. 10 Ian 59' Cr.i. AEJioridci VM.wH.lt WKS SUCI (IHK Ground Beef 3 S100 j

6 nHams. t 59
49' Roast I Hams o a

FANCY YIUOW 1 ''i UU'1fciA: f, ... :. Roll Sausage .. 45c
Onions 5 ft 39' e e
/ e
ft Rik [ni Ik. 45t Fufl l tt Hilflfc; 55cCrvckln SAVE r- KRAFT MINIATURIMarshmallows
Apples I 5 49' *
%.. 19c
SAVE'c-DIXIE CRYSTAL I OX.4),Lt.Ir.wn,Dh.Brwn.r
xTRAA W D Brand U S Choice .
TOP VA LMUE STAMPS rpjgtj HOLIDAY Superfine Sugar 3'H& SI."<; 49c

r'r't Pisr' 99c Plmrto firm Cr.nb.rry BONELESS WINES Seedless Raisins. '} 1. 25c
t raw1AnNw fl **
A ANr WIN IN K M SALAD" '"'''''' 39c
Philtdtlphit Brand cyp ROAST Motta David 5ti $139 Mixed Pickles .22 tin 29c
Dessert 34 -
o L%[ PS CREAM CHEESE--e.29c;: Lb. 89c Rona TatU 5tk 89c: Sandwich Cremes .s"R& 39c
Vohidn/ Krtfl't Onion, Hut, or Bacon Honorlellh
Frock Fri..S 891 PARTY DIPS ...... ..ch 49c Kilt SdI "
twp.Yaw r1I Mw IIAANVWINN.DIUI King TaME sa 79Pedlflref Mince Meat z- 35c
IrWIK Nr1 Crick Good Buttermilk or SAVE The DrIP tOUTHStrawberry
PALM RIVER Dessert SdI 95Pe < -
E7CI SWEET BISCUITSSti0! : Bc ifrM Tab SdI 79cLbtW Preserves u:;, 39c
VALUE rUn Art Jut A F.1r. 0C
Kala.r CHEESE................59c Rolls 2 '. 49c
Hf. !Iet. AsSMtMftt f "...
Br.OaF.E':; 391 Lb. 39c Holil Wiau lAva Dan DARLIMO
twn r.ldTh.Mw I. >r B.
Sandwich i Bread 1r 25c

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*Oaed I Swp."M liquid{ 50'r..,......
Iliff.. ..... ..
v.aaa4. 59CM < SWHtMt c 69c Mwtl ('c'tra9& M...L..I' slet
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Ar ANr_W1NN.aiK KWR Mfl At ANr WNI'f' awls M IrWII r 1t N.W.wr put c*rwle c t f r Nr wan. 1

L Svp rbr.nd Two PIII.bvey sr.M d.a-4 IS.pr Cn,b .Y Nwt.SNFTadGttpa..1.
551 G.ki.Mrza ..49c T ';iM 99cc. G..dvki u. BIN Bd.4P.t. p 39C. tAr
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\ \

Sunshine' Will/ Cut The Ribbon TomorrowAn

__ .

For Old Don Dream Wynn ". ". y ,/. f N: .\t I w ::'A

t. .
Don Q. Wym's new Sunahine .
Foodway and Hardware will be I .,... /
1 .,"
open for bualnest at 8 90 o'clock I ( ,' "
( :
tomorrow morning. A ribbon "
cutting ceremony and formal .. ,
opening will take place an hour
later at 9i30 o'clock.
Located on the North Trail 1111
between Flnt and Second Avenue "t :' 'tft '
the ; :
*, North new
build ...
erected at a coat of (,
....... .'. 1 Ia
baa :34,000 squire feet of floor .....
apace on the flrat floor. Of
this 18,000 will be devoted to
the grocery and food division
and 6,000 square feet to the a

hardware department. sj ---.. ..
Offices and storage space --
are provided on the second -
floor at the rear of the build

parking space for 175 cars
Is provided and entrance to the 1w. 1

parking area may be reached '
either from First or Second ':ar.;.
The R.W Wood Construction Tvpioal aisle I in the woceiv department of the new' .toN
Company was the general
contractor for the structure.AN .

The opening of the new store
r sees the fulfillment of a dream
which Wynn has had for a longtime
He will carry the "bestof "
western meats,and the finestof :
fresh fruit and vegetables" 1r
he said today. One of the features ":. .. .
of the new store will be a J, .e
--"Y "" d .a-
complete delicatessen and bakery -
department with the food NEW SUNSHINE Foodwav and hardware has an
and bakery goods prepared by area of 24,000 square feet of floor space inside
V.M. "Bud" Bemis who for and parking for 175 cars outaide
merly operated a delicatessen i'fiI"
In The grocery department will
store Naples.
The store Is equipped withan be headed by Leighton "Red" MOnt THAN'TOlRISTIlILt.'AL' OPfIottIOR'B \/\ i\I
all-year-round tempera Monroe, while Ranay Pet in will city and county dignitaries gather orchids. Doorprlzesof silver RETURN FOR ftNOTMIR. "1$111 I
ture and climate control which be in charge of the meat depart for the ribbon-cutting ceremony service two 17-Jewel Waltham
provides cooling for the store ment and Henry Haire of the watches and a transistor radio
In the summer and heats it In produce and fruit department. All ladles who visit the store are among tb*door prizes which .
the winter and Is said to be one Al Davis will head the hard on the opening day will receiveWynn wUl be given away
of the most modern In the ware division of the market.In .
state. The freezers for the all, 30 employees will be .....
frozen goods and dairy pro- on the payroll of the new mar ., '; ar
duce are never off and the ket.The w/ f tiM
Sunshine Suprex market .. r
temperature In the walk-In meat ,.
Fifth Avenue will! remain ..
cooler will not vary more than on eo.4-. Ra.e* eiMM t
for business with Tommy ...... QIIWlU.
one degree during the course open IN CHARM: of the ICro-
01 the year Wynn said. "This Griffin In charge although the cery department Is 1..llCh. .
will aid in furnishing better Sunshine Hardware store for ton "Hed" Monroe.
aged meats to our customers," merly operated in conjunctionwith ,,
he declared It has been moved to the
One of the features of the new location. It
new store will! be seven speedy The formal opening of the
check lanes each equipped with store will occur at 9:30 tomorrow HEADING the new delUatoiwoii and trnknv .la
automatic changers and stamp morning when Mayor Archie V. M. "Pud" neml,
dispensers. Turner. and a number of. Qbt ;:Nt\US -

r, 1 ate

,. SECTION B NapUt, Ht W.4 Nmkf' 'II. IU4

r r /M _
', - -- --- & --

". "! This SAVE'27.00On 3-111" t

vqF L;:

(1 .L f Terrific Buy / If 1

( 2: 1" SUNSHINE'S DON WYNN:V h adR f f

............................. -. .. . ere.wwwrHere's
t r
tore on the Four Corners.Short q
Has BeenIn .ly afterward he moved U to the !
building now occupied by the Bay iISunshine's r
Naples For View Inn on 12th Avenue,South Deal 'I
In IMS he built the structure

Over 20 Years which shine Hardware recently and housed operated the Sun the 1!

grocery More there until It SI YOU GET __ l r
Den Q Wynn, the owner of the when he built the second build. !
; 1. Deluxe Jigsaw $44.95
e Sunshine Foodway and Hardware, leg on Fifth Avenue now occupied
W w: ta a native Florldlan who moved to by the Sunshine Supres Market. I2. 24 Blade 9,00 : -'
Naples In 1941 from Lakeland. These were two of the early build
Shortly afterward he entered the legs on Fifth Avenue,South. Al. 3. Carrying Case :
armed service for World War n, ter he had built the second build. I 1 r1
returning to Naples In November lug he opened at WaMero. Aulo
IMS at the end of the war. tore in the first building and TOTAL VALUE 56.90 True orbital action
After his return to Naples In later he gave up that franchise
November, 1845, at the end attN and operated a hardware More i i tl Burnout proticttd motor
war, he opened a grocery there At This Special Price-

Randy Pet tit meat department head t tt

ONLY 5 29I k[ ;:

rT J a f r .
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Chamber Warns .,' See Rift Uver Economy,

Introducing Against Mail : .

Order Deals Clue To Soviet ShakeupBy

Your Deputies Mall order salsa scheme f -

that may bilk the public through WILLIAM L. RYAN Snelepln's rise was predict.
claims of savings on offeredmerchandise AP Special Correspondent Me. As former chairman of the

stOl ....... It The new changes at the top ottte State Security Committee
i postJ&nalichev Soviet re. (KGB) and chairman of the
was reported today by
struggle party and Sate Control Com.
I Greater Naples Chamber of rime suggest a power
I between liberalizers and con. mtttee, Shelepln probably |
Commerce. T servaclves over the course of played a significant role in un.
I I The! Chamber's Business the Soviet economy. Clash and seating Nlktta Khrushchev as''
I I Ethics Division associated compromise seem to have premier and first secretary of 0

I through membership with the played a part.Younfer the party.
I generation techno. Shelepln, a deputy premier,
National Better Business Bur
crams are making their influence now may be moving close to the
I eau, noted that Its recent campa -
strongly felt. There are signs top rung of party leadership,
ton.agalnat"dlst reued sale" that the youncer mo eventuallywill possibly eventually as deputy to
maIl order operators warned \ emerge with the lion's First Secretary Leonid I. Bre.
I the public of this multlmilllon hare of political authority, but zhoev.
dollar racket to sell Inferior the struggle Is not over. Shelepin's rise and the ad.
I merchandise at Inflated prices. The younger men seem Impatient vancement of Demlchev to al.
i Several Individuals and firms rte. e to remove some of the re. ternate Presidium membershipcan

!! engaged In this so called bank- tralnts on Soviet economic development encourage new generation
ruptcy unclaimed merchandise even to the point of leaders anxious to build the con.
sties have been Indictedfor RAPIDLY NEARING COMPLETION is the new Holiday Inn at theorlll'r experimenting with capitalist sunset economy despite resist i

their activities by state officials ( of Uth A\ <'illi'' North and tht. Trail on which builders are methods. ance from hard-line conserva. :
This could lead one day to an lives and the military. |
puttniK th< finishing tmithi" that
and are under Investigation so it nu\: open in time for the winter
Demlchev Is
a ties) upsurge In East-West trade closely assoclat.
by postal authorities.The season (NEWS photo) more economic Independence ed with the chemical Industry, a

newest scheme In the -.tor Red.ruled Eastern Europe hope of the younger men for
; and aggravation of the dispute sharply stepped up consumer
mall order line, according to Dec. 26, when the 13th show of production.
with the Communist Chinese.
the Chamber, seems to be us* TV..Radio: the new series Is shown There The Communist party Central These appointments seem to

Ing the cover of wholesale to is no word about a replacementbut Committee made these appoint. enhance the positions of young,

lead the public to believe that By CYNTHIA LOWRY was a marvelous hour. rumors persist that "Slat. mends Mondayt Alexander N. er-generatlon leaden, like Pre
they are obtaining bargalnprice AP Televlslon-Radlo Writer ABC News president Elmer tery's People" which la not Shelepln, 48, and Pyotr Y. She- sldlum member Dmitry Poly
merchandise. NEW YORK (AP) From an Lower announced Tuesday a doing well on Monday nights, l.st. M, to full membership In ansky 4'7. an able admlnlstra.
will be moved In effort to
thata exciting opening shot of the "realignment" of Its activities. the party's ruling Presidium, tor with wide experience Pol).
i iI The Chamber reported oaring Winged Victory at the One activity will be a new format save the aeries.Recommended. and Pyotr N. Demlchev, 48, to ansky and Shelepln now art
I recent mass mailing to Individuals top of wide marble stairs to the and a new anchorman for alternate Presidium member. men to watch.
and businesses In Ma* quiet final picture of the Venus Its early evening news program. tonight "The
pies from a New York firm de Mile, Tuesday night' "BC.peclal The change In the early news Burden and the dory of John F. ship.The committee dropped Vast
offered a catalogue of whole program about France's show will move Ron Cochran Kennedy," CBS, 7:30.8:30 EST; ly I. Polyakov 58, a Khrushchev
I aale firms. The reader Is led great Louvre was a delight to out of his regular spot Network "The Hanged Man," NBC, 9.11 farm expert from the secretariat with a
to believe that purchases made eye and ear. spokesmen would not speculateon new feature film made for and dismissed ailing Frol R.
MRS, OPAL DUKES from these firms would be at This was no dreary tour his future assignments. television, with Edmond Dinah 0' Kozlov from the Presidium low cost t
wholesale The National through endless museum corrl B 1s still unofficial: but the Brien and Robert Culp; thus eliminating one conserve
.Mrs Opal Duk., I w, .. 'ork ns a law end< Demerit': of. prices. don and rooms with quick looks decision has been made to let Shore Special, ABC, 9:30.10:30 live voice from the top of the WANT ADIR
Better Business
IK oi, 17 years ag a, iii. I Nand, c i untv She started work Bureau upon at famous art treasures R was CBS' "Mr. Broadway" die after with Buddy Ebsen. apparatus
i In Collier Count in 19"when Roy Atkins was sheriff inquiry by the local Chamber, the story of the great building

She schoolsAs has attended a mnibei of law enforcement training those reported involved that in firms the local such mall-as most Itself, 800 the heart years of, of Paris the for place al. ::::::::- ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::::: J

a deputy under Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry, she oper Ing many times charges customers where 80 kings and queens of
ates the "Drunk.o-Meter", acts as matron at the Jail, at least the retail rate France walked.
and as radio officer and bookkeeper In the department. even though their company name Charles Boyer told the story
Mrs. Dukes lives In Naples South with her husband and may indicate that they deal at of the building and its buildersa Coming to NaplesWednesday
three children, Jan 21, Lynn 6 and Davey 5. wholesale the camera moved around,

Illustrating his words with pic
The Chamber warned local turn of the things the rulers
residents to be certain: when collected great art, crown and thursday

making such purchases that the Jewels, tine sculpture and small,
Git; I Scout Notes price is In fact less than retail but significant detail In archi.

and that the merchandise Involved lecture.

4 Is of the quality desir Like "1c. Kremlin," an ear. . .. . . . NOV. 18 19
bier NBC achievement In the
ed. The
By MRS DONALD M. SCHLERF organization
same this was a
that tnvesltagtion of many almlltr pro. 1
gram that should have been
mail order offerings Into
seen In all Its rich and reward.
I past show that the goods log color.
listed were in fact available No guided tour of the Louvre
I UNITED FUND NOTE Naples Six vacancies on the board of locally from retail stores at Museum would have liken a
almost Area Girl Scouts, who depend directors were filled, and three prices less than the alleged cut- tourist to all the corners or pro. .
entirely on United Fund
on the Nominating Committee. rate price offered by mall. vlded such artful lighting. It :
support to keep the local program Mrs Clyde Ault, of Naples was
I going are proud to announce that elected to the board. Mrs. Ault, 1
two adult Scouts this year are who has been active Girl Scout.
1 serving u captains. They are tog for 35 years, has served asa 1
I Mrs Francis Ford, a member leader consult
I of the board of directors of the ant, secretary and board memberfor THE NAPLES : ----i it
Gulf Coast Council, and Mrs. Councils In Cleveland and
Wilbur J. Woodill, eo-lesder of Columbus Ohio. Mrs. E. W.
Junior Troop 278. In addition, Tlmberlake, of Naples, was : Note book
our Senior Scout Troop has vol. I
elected to serve on the Nominal.Ing PORTRAITS .
unteered to serve as aides in Committee. Mrs. Timber. 1 ,
the United Fund once lake has been a leader and board (Continued .from pare 3))

member In Logan, Utah. She has I\
been an organizer and troop con. 1
i COUNCIL MEETING REPORT sultant in the Gulf Coast Cow. 4
Nine Neapolitans Joined the 80 ado ell for many years and presently Celt was touring the picturesque grape country In Franceat 1
ult Scouts In attendance at the
Chairman of Neighbor 1
serves as the time of harvest.
November meeting of the Gulf
hood VIL Along with Mrs. Ford,
Coast Council held last Wednes. who continues her term u board COOKING LEFT OVER
day at the Federal Savings and member, this will give Naples
Loan Building In Port Charlotte. area scouts three voices on the They didn't go around the world, but did the next 1 e ''

Included In the Naples group policy-making: committees of the beat thing. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Feightner's son, Capt.
were: Mrs.Francis Ford.Council Gulf Coast Council. Mrs Ault
board member Edward Feightner was operations officer of the fleet when
; Mrs. Clyde Malt, and Mrs.Tlmberlakewlllassumetheir
Mrs. R. L. Ackerman Mrs. E. new duties on January 1st. the Carrier Enterprise went on its famed "Sea Orbit.

W. Tlmberlake, Mrs. Robert Other board members elected He sent a record of his experiences on tape to his par.
Gregg, Mrs Allen BIN* Mrs. Donald
Include McCord general
Robert Coe, and Mrs. T. Velde manager ot the Inter-County Tel ents so they have a much fuller account than would be

and Myrna Reahard of Donlta phone Company; Mrs E. L. possible via letters. Sunday was the Feightners' 48th

Soring. Pope Jr., of Bradenton, a form.er wedding anniversary and In the afternoon they ran the
It was announced that girl mem member of the camp commit.tee .
twrihip In the Council has In. ; David Robinson Fort Mytrs, tapes for 20 of their friends. The ladies got carried away 1

creased by 17 per cent since last dean of Edison Junior College with the preparation of the pot luck supper that followed. .
year bringing the total to 4800 Mrs. E. C. Seniors, Sarasota a L
There was so much food left that the whole group re 1
registered girls former teacher and active com.
munltr worker and Robert J. turned Monday night to finish It.

Sheffler, Brad ntoa. vlre-presl Mr. and Mrs. George Otis of the Harbour Club spent

dent of Manatee National Bank.B the summer In Chatham, Mass, on Cape Cod. Mrs Otis',
was also announced that the
Think Young, council: stiff has been enlarged brother George Salisbury with Mrs. Salisbury and Miss IN FOOD

Include an executive director Evelyn, will arrive at The Tides December sixth for a

Executive Tells three flee workers field staOmemberitwoot.and an adminlstra. pre-Chrijtmai visit. The Salisbury live in Chicago. 1

jive assistant Others back in Naples after summering on Cape Cod 1
News PublishersBOCA
are Mr. and Mrs. John V. Jewell, and Mr. and Mrs Charles
RATON (APV-An offl. Brownie Troop 272 held their Abbott The Jewells have a home in Osterville, Mass,
clal of a national departmentstore Investiture Friday evening and 1
and the Abbotts' home is In Falmouth, Mass
chain today urged news served as hostesses to a Urge 1
paper publishers toMthlnk turnout ot proud parents. The Mrs. P. MacKay Sturges, who has been visiting Mrs

young" and seek ways of "mak. following girls were Invested Ja. Joseph W Oliver, leaves next week to spend Thanksgiving 1
trig the dally paper more Import quellne Anderson KImberly An. 1
on the east coast before flying to San Juan, Puerto
ant in the lives ot young Am.re"cana. dersoa, Denise Faerber, Donna
: ." Flttek, Jan Fleming, Janet Hill, Rico. There she will join a cruise to the Windward and 1 FREE PRIZES GALORE +

Lee 8 Moore ot New York, Dana )dan.ftllld. Patricia Dates, Leeward Islands. 1 C
sales manager ot the J. C Pen. and Jan Whitney. These
ney Co, told the Southern News received thelrone.year plnstCar.ol Mr. Oliver will be here In a few days to stay until 1 .

paper Publishers Association Caruthers, Debra Eggleston he and Mrs. Oliver go to Pittsburgh for Christmas 1 '
that Ms firm spends the great Jeannle Gardner, Shelley McMU. will
Mrs. Frank Satiric also go to the east coast
bulk ot Us advertising dollar lan, Sharon Oats, Sherrt Park.er .
with newspapers Loam Rossi,Laura Sue Rudy. after a visit here. She and Mr and Mrs O Howard '\

"Today, more than ever be. Linda Thayer and Diane Turner Wolfe drove down from Milford, Pa, together and MnSanKna \ ,

fore" ne said, "We're interest will be here a week Mrs Phyllis lewis also of
ed in reaching every member ot
every household, in every com. Hack To School Milford. flew to Florida and will be the Wolfes' guest for ADMISSION FREE! 'I

muniiy we serve Newspapers a month.
mare than any other media, IIadthe For John GlennEL

promise. for fulfilling thatcoal REUNION ON EAST COAST -
TORO, Call (AP) It's DOORS OPEN AT g-30 A. M.
However, Moore said the Pen. back to school for Cut. John H. Speaking of the east coast Mr and Mr*. Edward 1

nay Co.,1s concerned by reports Glean, Jr., the first American Reeves were there last weekend and had a reunion with
that Indicate a lack of consistent astronaut to orbit the earth. Mr. and Mrs. AI Reynolds now living in North Miami CLASSES START 9-iO A. ....
readership by young people Glenn checked In at the O
"An awareness and apprecta. Toro Marine Air Station Tues. Beach The Reynolds and their, four children were very : Tahitian Cove Auditorium

lion ot aewspur-.s should start day for a to.week refresher much a part of the local scene a few years ago when Mr
early, probably at the elementary course In filch t raIfti.... pur.
Reynolds was comptroller at he Beech Club. Tommy
school level," he add "We pose of the course is to restore
may need the help of teachersand Us status a. an unrestricted Reynolds is married in the very ice and has a year-aid :::L1:1to:: leereine.he. te preeere
school administrators to pilot. 0 child Bobby is a student a' Dade Junior Coltege Cal"I Iis ..,.e' '..4., th... et sponsored byIn -

help establish this early Inter. Glean has been grounded employed in Fort Lauderdale and Jimmy now I 11 1 years tee.iei the Milieu will hive is q.
since bathroom
e* But we shouldn't hesitate to a fall earlier
ask for such help this rear impaired Ms sea.. otbalance. 'old is in school in North Mianv, Beech trtwnity te in h..4..4, ..efelprii FLORIDA POWER S. LIGHT CO SUNSHINE FOODWAY

"No ten book has yet approached Mr and Mrs. Harold Kolbe are beck on Bowline ., ABSOLUTELY FREEI
l the at "t Glenn plane to retire from the
source of vital, up tedate(..... Marine Corps In January to en. Drive from their farm in Middletown NY where disastrous Plea HOW te ettend Beth tettle-t el COLLIER COUNTY DAILY NEwS

bee knowledge." ter private buaiaee. He will dry conditions prev I The farm next to them Celhet Ceeety's ftftt Ceekiee. Scheel. * *
Moore said the search for continue working part time for '
burned to the ground a short time, I. / v"
techniques that will attract and the National Aeronautics and ago which will he ce...<.*4 By Service Re,. Witch This N
hold young readers may act ,Space Administration. On a happier note the Kolbes are seeing their many ws9tef
Mr and Walter Barrows teteetetive el Flerie'e. Pewee & LiMvting ,,, Fait Sf MoflUtiM
prove simple, but "newspaper -- Naples friends including Mrs. ON
men have never been afraid to of 21st Court. South The Barrows spent the summer in (feee1 fie.. Senthtee '..4..,.
tangle with problems, simple or CALL THE NEWS FOR PORTRAITS IN FOOD

""cornple." RUBBER STAMPS St. Davids, Pa. _


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Cinnamon 46 0:. '
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16 Pkg.oz. 894 BAMA APPLE 6 for 4 94 100 z. 884


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I.. 154Stokely'i
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PICKLES BREAD Sfaley Family Size *
It has that ** ..
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fresh fruit whol* dill\\\ .w.N
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FRUIT COCKTAIL 22 oz. jar 2 for 48 Bottle Oz. 594 .e o e....o 0 0 0 0 0
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Stokely'f Pineapple ." __/_ FREE

Cant ROAST 394'I \ With thFrehch 6 3\S'.3q

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2 for 394 104 Boneless Pot Roast u.$. CHOICE lb.' 69 '
Boneless Beef Cubes 69
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\' Ground Chuck CHOICE LEAN Lb.. 69c I FRANKS lb. 39c
BANQUET a Swift's PremiumBOLOGNA
Round : lb. 31c
STEAK: 884 S Boston SfylePORK
3 FOR$1 Sirloin Lb. : ROAST lb. 39cfARMHOUSE

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RIBS __ _ Lb. 334 PORK ROAST lb. 49cu.s.
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SPINACH Stauffers SOUFFLE Frozen Srauffers "BEEF STEW_ _ Lb. 194 : &;

3 For Cl 2", 89$ FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! ',' '

South Land Chopped Musstlmanns ) I
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F.F.V. Queen' Assorted Jacks ButterCOOKIES
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Tetley Marcel. lb
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