<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The daily news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00167
 Material Information
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 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075047
oclc - 34296134
notis - AKR3402
lccn - sn 96027187
System ID: UF00079904:00167
 Related Items
Preceded by: Collier County news
Succeeded by: Naples daily news

Full Text
----
- --- ---- -
1


.. -
LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HOTOftY


United Fund At $29 ,842 --Have Yoi .. d 19











Weather Outlook & 1 o S T 1M s. ........"..M.iM .

Partly cloudy throefh SaUrday.he N
N 11M tutIlia
$ .ere dtvtfoping tenlfht meet }t ollie f t\UIJ lilt 7111 liMU

ly M te 7t. High Saturday M to n d '' N.a ISM: 1:44: TtM TdM
M. Se II t. 30 mil**
per hour. Outlook toolrr. Add ens .iMMir fer Mawen
hear, Ma,l.i Ray bridgeCity
m rRT'

) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 'c' W64 PAGES 10 CENTS list YEAR f esaSTOR1

--- .._._- __- __. _




Delays san Landmark Case Near Climax





Paving Lot Conboy Suit Briefs




In CambierNaples %


Jaycees and City Councilman _

day afternoon Joel Kuperberg succeeded In yester.delay. c : h Go To CourtLawyers

on Ing Wednesday for a while de.crlbeduCoun-what Kuperberc High

dl's "headlong rush to cover ,
Cambier Park with asphalt."
Kuperberg and Jaycee repre.sentatlve ( ,

Robert McDanlel t tM representing Conboy charged in 1962 that preme court last year. It upheld -

speaking to Council members at City of Naples and three water- the City was giving Illegal tax the Judge' decision.
a conference la the mayor's ole front subdlvlders have submit benefits to developers by agreeing If the high court uphold Judge
flee against a proposed
argued ted briefs to the state Supreme to assess developerownedlots Odom's final decree favoring
4(Mar: parking lot In the park
I Just west of the new community Coun In the Vincent H. Conboy as acreage until eo per Caddy the City will be required -
center building There already lawsuit attacking the City's cent 01(;.die subdivision's lots to reassess all the land
\ a parking lot east of the building 1962, 1983 and 1&4 lax rolls were fold. The City had agreed affected by the submerged*
I and perimeter parking Is Instat.r. The City and the developersare to this procedure In Its sub land contracts and to retire
led or planned along park bord. maklrw a direct appeal merged-land contracts with the payment of back taxes from
oJ:. ..'era on all four sides of the mid. the .tat.'.highest court of Ctr- developers the developers for each of the

'", town faculty. cult Judge Archie Odora'a decision Conboy brought the suit In he- last three years.Meanwhile .
The proposed 40-car lot In favor of Conboy a half of himself and all other Conboy has attacked -
came to light at Wednesday's few months ago. The suit Is Naples taxpayers. Judge: Odom I the Collier County tax
Council meeting, when City Man.
ager Vince Wood pointed It out being followed closely through. ruled that Conboy was emitted roll for giving benefits to de*

on a chart of a use plan for the out the state as it promise to sue as a member of a class, vetopers. Tax Assessor Sam
south half of the park He asked to be a landmark case and this "class-suit' ruling Coldlng has been assessing de*

Council to approve this use plan Yesterday was the deadline was appealed to the state su- veloperowned lotS In subdivisions -
but Kuperberg objected becausehe for City Attorney David Spins as acreageunderthepro*
said he had not had time to ler and hU colleagues to finish visions of a state statute

study the plan. their briefs, Splngler and se* Typhoon Louis In none of the suits againstthe
"We got the delay we wanted," cretary Dorothy Gregg worked City or the County Is Con
Takes 100 LivesMANILA
Kuperberg reported to 10 Jay. feverishly all day and got the boy questioning the assessmentof
.
.S cees standing outside the may.or's Job done. They had to prepare (AP) The Philippine hU own land lie claims
office after Council had dis.
ID copies of the 12-page brief, Constabulary estimated underassessment of others'
cussed the matter for 45 minutes.McOanlel
was with Council dur. plus a covering letter today thai Typhoon Louise left property throws an Indlscrl& *

log that time, but the other Jay. They had to cope with some more than 100 persons( dead In mutate burden of taxation on
coos arrived a few minutes late unforeseen problems. For Surlgao del Norte Province, on him.

and did not get to appear before Ict example Splngler had to punch northeastern Mindanao Island.

Council. holes In document's pages

one at a time The folders
MORE STUDY for the several) copies of the House'
Council will devote more study : S > brief were three-hole and the Open
to how best to use the area west % devices
only paper punch In
of the community center, and a
I tail bole.
City were two
final decision will come later.
The tract right now Is bare After overcoming that obsta At New
ground.After. cle, Splngler. and MuGpggg. Tonight m f
emergtiig iron, tile turn 4 4M found the eliy'i portage metes

was partially Inoperative. Dotthey
(Continued on page 8)

besides muddled Splngler through., attorneys Phone Exchange

Negro Leaders filing briefs to the court yes
terday were Tom fierryhlll of
Fort Lauderdale representing The liiUr-Couiitx Telephoneand er displays to be viewed. One
Shocked Over The Mooiingsi and D.c. NI- Telegraph Company will holda display will show the very 1st.et .

chols, representing AqualanaShores. public open house today, November In telephone equipment from
Hoover Comment 20, at their neweatstnic. the ultramodern private Auto.
of Miami
Port lure, the North Naples exchangebulliiing. matte Branch Exchange consoleto
WASHINGTON (AP) Negro 11 representing Royal com- This was announced the smallest of the equip
,
leaders Roy Wilkins and James pleted hb 30-page brief the pre yesterday by JJI. Jobnaon, pre. ment line, the familiar ItarUteItletihone
Farmer have expressed: shockat vats day. eldest of the Telephone System Also on display wtllbe/
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoov. Johnson said the recently com. a collection of old lime telephones
er's statement that Dr. Martin TIlE OTHER SIDE pistol building Is sn "Important that may bring bar a memory
Luther King Jr. Is "the most Within the next few days, part" of the company's $J mil.! or (two to visitors, Whiled added.
notorious liar In the country." Cotiboy'i attorney Walter Con- lion 1964.69 service Improve "By way of contrast to .lter.

Farmer, In a speech Thursday LIGHT OPERA comes to the stage at 8 15 o'clock tonight when the curtain don will submit a brief. to the mend and expansion program/ for. day's' telephones, will be a pie
Greater Naples and Collier Cuun.t lit model of tomorrow's
night at Cornell University In Boca up At the Junior HIgh School Auditorium on Naples Players first offering high court arguing that the appeal ,. puah-tMtonlourh( lone telephone new
Ithaca, N.Y., described King u of the Gilbert and Sulllvan'a "Mikado Above from left fa Dick should be dented
"a man who has spoken more year The hours of the open) house This particular Inatrument lathe
truths in the past 10 years than .oodlett who singe thi title role of Mikado. J<'an Veenachoten as Katasha will be from I p.m. to 4 p.m., very latest Innovation In the field
any other man." Farmer Is with two members of that chorus. Lower left Bert Gideon, Pish Tush, and Urges LegislatureIn lAd the puMk Is Invited to view telephony, as the dial has been
head of the Congress of Racial Clif Wenzel (rear). a member of the court. Lower right Susan Ballard ai the new building and (he many replaced by push but Ions,"
Florida Meet displays, Refreshments. will heserved. The new LYrlc office building
Equality. Peep Bo ; Polly Jenkins, Yum-Yum ; and Esther Truitt, Pettl-SIn/
Wilkins, esecutlve director of NEWS Is another uniquely designed ad.
( photos)
the National Association for the Yearly! Up SalaryMIAMI "We particularly urge all re.sMeula dlllim fur the lnler.County Tele
Advancement of Colored Peo. of North Naples. lo In. phone System's family of attract
said In conference (AP) State Son specl our new building as the tlv. central offices. The Com.
pie, a news On Stage Tonight
Thursday'si Akron, Ohio, that George llullahan said Thursday new North Naples automatic dial pan has become well known ...
'Millions of people have a high the Florida Legislature should equipment which Is on order will tlunally for Us efforts to pro.
regard for Mr. King and I don'tthink meet every year and Its mem. be bttslerf later In this buU ben should get salaries between. said Johnson. tractive buildings lo harmonise
log,
Mr. Hoover's remarks are
going to change that opinion." Players Look. Sound ""Historically,000 and flO.000, It a has.year. bee C.K. Holbrook I district mana. with roundlngs.local architecture and our.
Earlier Thursday, Farmer get for the newly created Qulr.tr..t
shown that we cannot conduct
saM will
and Wilkins were among sis one display/
the business of the state sr
POPULAR MOTIF
leaders who conferred at feature the complete mechanleal\
the Negro White House with President meeting eo days once every two workings for the placing ef s The Polynesian motif, wl\1clll.
after Hoover For fMikado9 ,years" the Miami legislator telephone alU Viewers will becoming 10 popular inSoutli Flo.
Johnson Just a day Sharp
had made his comments to a said.""There JIIIIt IS nul enough be able to watch the automatic rl'U, has been embodied la the
time central office. equipment work newest at the InterOwnly faclll.
of
conference women re.
news Hollahsn made the remarks la when they dial the number of ties As attractive putUcpaysts.lion .
porters. WilkinS told newsmen BY MAX WHET R4 At this point a letter arrives plot qulrkty unravel with happy announcing a Ve<'. t meeting of a* a- riale >
after the session with Johnson Local theatergoers will finda from the Mikado complaining that ending.: his Interim Committee A/mu. "Mlier displays," llolbrookcontmwKt log on (he curving walk to the
"re expressed our disagree picturesque Japanese there have been no executions In BoKktr is al from
card.n.brJptlJ George directing the Sessions. Legislators "will feature the front do If with three burnished
ment with Mr. Hoover's" charac.tertzatlon colored costumes and Titlpd and unless there are Ko.Ko production wtt Ann Wain U the Palm Beach, Steward buie and Mer.County "rlt...'. aluminum bnha housing colorful
of Dr King. lilting melodies when the curtain will lose his )nb. When stale director Donald Nick Monroe counties' will attend, he uses in Collier County the opera. beige paysialtoa telephones. The
He added; "The President goes up at S:1S o'clock tonight be learns that NankUPoo Intends designed the stage IOU,",. The laid. Iced new North Naples,exehanieLYrlc pro. entire property has been appro
simply listened and gave" DO and tomorrow night on the Na svtcld since he cannot marry cut I. sugmenod by a 42.retce: 'The success or faders ef ( ) lorries area, and the prlalely landscaped with all of
comment and no opinion pies Players' production of the Yam.Yum' ho tees a prospect chorus stem the Lake Park Of changing our meeting. times entire syetem.wtde story Per. the tropical and aemUropicalplants
King discussed Hoover'sstatement Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera for an ...cut l01I. Nankl.Poo School.Ticket. depends on the resfwuM from esml will be on hand Ie answerall thai are Indlenuatothisarea
In an exclusive Inter "Mlksdo", at tile Naples Junior agrees, provided he can marry for IM production are south Florida and tats Is why .M.toM about our uf rtM-lda Architects of the
view Thursday with The Auo. High School Auditorium. Yw .Yura and live with her forM available at the door, 12." for we he scheduled: the meeting o|>ersllaM. ," system MMMg were Oundor_and wu.
dated Press at the tiny Baham This reporter saw a costume da,.. His rejoicing over this adults, $1.00 for children and for l/lamt. we need annual see son uf Fort Myers, snd construe
L WHIt 4 local!
Ian Island of Blmlni accusing rehearsal Thursday night, and It solution I. rut short by the sp.pesranee season lid It I for '5.10 for slow regardless of how we Ire R manager,
the long-time FBI director of would seem that the Players' of the tilted Kattehawhola adults. apportioned," he saw. cummwrted en several! of theMh. (dMtimwi em pits I)
"faltering under the heavy bur. have come up with a nrat.rate .leoktaf for Mm. She Is driven
den and the erttldsns of his production.The away, threatening to go to the "
office." opera, a romantic comedy, Mikado with her troubles. j

Is built around Nanki-Poo,(played AeDoprns with Yum.Yum. sat
Ike Given Award by Ray Wale), the son of tea preparing for her apprwecMngMrrtwe
Mikado of Japan who before it* to
For Fighting Reds play opens !has fled from his totemtpted by KO.KO aeMslng
father's court toeacapemarrtugeto tied he as discovered s law re.qutrkx .
NEW YORK (AP) Former Katlsha an elderly lady (Jean the wile of a SAM .%. Ueceewed
President Dwight D. Been Veenschoten). lo bebwled I alive,wMcaYMYM
bower, received aa sward for Disguised u a minstrel M has thinks woeM tw
"combating COIIUD un1III" and fallen la love with Yum.Yum "NaAy", To save her, KsnkU
took the opportunity Thursday (Polly Jenkins), the ward of Ko.Ko Poo decide on HiCkIe..a.
algid to chide a man who once (Al Geaer). He has been steiy Wkea the aew comes Mtai
accused bUD of links with COllIe prevented from .arr,... her tar Mikado is due at Nips any
... because KO.KO wants to marry ......, Kankt-Poo sucgeslslMbeeseewed .
The former president: de. her. la Oe s......., Ko Rat laimedtately, M Ke K* T
scribed Robert Welct, president: has bee sentenced to die for dectdee he cant do M wUttuiprecttee t
of the John Eire Society as flirting and as the opera opens and has Pooh 8ah makea
"an IrrespoBStbU publicity JiankJUPoo has nubedtethecowrt falM aMIb'ltt taat KankUPoo .-
seekinc person." ef TIUpv to see U Y.a>Ywsits has already been eseeeled and
Sane of Welch's statements, free to Barry Mm orders MM lovers to leave Ute
Elsenhower added should be Fran PootwBah (Keney Sckrt. erjoMryWkee
"take with a laugh, U sot ears.C vet) a corrupt public ofacUl be tilt Mttaoa (DM Oood.
pie dutalief" learns that Koo has become the .....) arrive, he I* efcown the
Eisenhower was among those Lord High euUoner.laeieed* affMevtt Actully, the Mikado
receiving the avoids than the being decapitated and plans fee* arrived at Katteke'i behest
Order ol Wa'.... to marry KoJCc that day IK searrii at MS son, aM the Attracts Polyrif-iian styling featun- new LYric exchange


.


,


...
-



...J

I I ,


.
,

2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw, Fl... Ftidy, Nevombor 20, 164 -

X-Ray SurveyIn :! 1 ; :. YOUR CHURCHDIRECTOR

,
Set ,
County

Fair Shows Activities Of.

I For Jan. 5-30 Y


: Plans for the annual countywide -

Various Religious Orders cheat x-rsy survey were

under study yesterday In the GOSPEL BAPTIST CHI'RCH,,
Health NAPLES Gullford Reed IU5.1 i
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Ap) cities, shows films and providesspeakers County discussion Departmemwiththe led by i.1 f one mile o.at .f( *.K*
The man In flowing white robes group CENTRAL County Courrhout. I
showed the hippopotamus tooth The atmosphere at the Louts. Embree Walker representative CHURCH I'
BAPTWT f. C. Ito-rd, foitu
and the carved African masks rifle snow was that of a trade of the State Board of Health,
to the crowd of children. fair sad no one was doing anyhartLseu division of tuberculosis con- 7SO $..,.* Drive SUNDAY SERVICES
lit l. School 1000 ..
He explained the work of the recruiting. Some M trol. North Naples .mMorln9
'..* Wonhip I 1100 I .
White Fathers of Africa and theatlsfactlons orders from IS states were rep. Plans call for the mobile 7ILSS Rr. Oscar MeCetfe. > amSunday
; Srvle
Training T-00 .
SrvlcHSundy p mEv.ning
'> of the religious resented Each booth had pam. I
units to be In Collier County
.
. Warship 100
School 10 pm
lift. phlets and leaflets to give out.
from 5 Jan-
His booth, with a background The emphasis seemed to be on January through Wonhip Service ..*, WEDNESDAY EVENING SERvtelClass'l \

of photographs and statistics demonstrating that the religiouslife uary 30, 1966. libl f:'' *.". Ii"'. S'u''"y 1.'d. .
the mobile units
Last
boasting of six million Roman Is far Tom all somber and year Evening' Jrve! *:19 ,.*' 'rsyer Servlea pm,
Catholic converts In Africa, was serious. Color slides at many took 8,132 chest x-rays In Collier Choir Preerlee 1:1 II pjn.JEHOVAH'S .

one of the most popular at a booths showed brothers and stu. County. Three new active -:
:
F'
recent exhibition explaining the dents playing sports or having cases of tuberculosis were CHURCH CRRIST WITNESSES '

diverse vocations of Catholic informal geUogethers. A discovered and the Individuals T.miml Trail .t Nth! A".. Ne. Kingdom Hail I07rh A......

religious orders. popular feature was a hootenan. hospitalized. Claris. Wts'les U. snider Wtllaci f.rI,.., Mimirrlibl

The purpose was to show ny staged by nuns, brothers and Six old cases of tuberculosiswere Sunday. Study Wednesday. I p..., j

young people some of the actlvl. seminarians which included a placed back under supervision. lble, Study 10 ...... Miniitor School Friday 730: pas. I

ties of priests nuns and broth hand. :lapplng, singsong rendl. Seven other cases Mernlnf. Warship I U I s..... Service M**.in., Friday 1.30 p,* i I

ers and spur their Interest in tlon of "When" the Saints Go under past observation were En.ninq. Worship T:JO ,."', Public Address Sunday. 130 pm, I

Joining the orders. Marching In. referred to private physiciansfor Wed.Hd" Welch Timer Study Sun. t4S: p*,
The show was sponsored by The Our Lady of Grace Sis. l.bU. Study 7:30: p."'. i
the local chapter of the Serra tars staged a show with marion. continued ltudy.Thlnyelgbt 'Ile t't n'' NAPLES PARK

Club, an international group of'ettes dressed as nuns.A other chest BAPTIST CHURCH

Catholic laymen. The club spon. majority of exhibits put em. pathology cases discoveredby CHURCH: OF GOD Rer, Morfo C rVocow

eon similar displays in other I phasls on "the of serving God. the x-rays were reported to C,. 10th $.. I lilt *".- N.. Sunday School 10 *.....
Most of the men and women individuals and private physi PLANS for the 1965 X-ray survey to be held countywide in January a.. David >Levier Moraine. Worship II ..m.
'operating the booths have been were under study yesterday by this meeting in the County .. .
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (lAP) cians. group Sunday. School ':4J .m.Morfiii Evontnf Wonhip 730 .
fen per cent of tail convert to I assigned full time by their or." Health Department. From left, standing, are : Mrs. Johnnie Smith, >.9 Wonliip II ...... .,., Muting. Wd. ;:.30pm pm.Pr ,

Roman Catholicism In the United 'ders as "vocations officers public' hc.ilth nurse, and Dr. Clyde Brothers, county health director. E.."9.liili. Scfvic 7:30: p.m. _

States art Neiroei, the Rev. I One such official was the Rev Seated from left are : Embree walker State Board of Health divisionof Tuesday hays MM' ", T.JO p."'. ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC I
'Richard Wise of the ofthe
Harold R. Perry, a provincial Precious Blood.Society lie ex. Methodists Plan tuberculosis control ; Mrs. Thelma Coid, case finding committee Thursday YPE 7,:JO p.m. 3rd St. I IOth A... SorVAer !
superior of the Divine Word mitsions member and Mrs. Pearl Edwards health lorRore L I IEMMANUnLUTHERAN
public See Nicity
order told a convention or I plained he corresponds with any ; nurse. story.
about Loyalty Dinners (NEWS photo) Sundty. Mania ....10.11
athollc students at Notre Dame II I young men who Inquire
mvermty.I He aid the number entering the order sends them December 2.3 CHURCH OF NAPLES Wkd yt 7 .m. *nlyConfouioni
.
.it American Negro Catholic now II ]literature and if they express : turdty I
living In the parish?' (LC.A.I 1 ..... end. 7 t I ,
I
4 to p p m
!lotus I 722.609 a 3 cent rue continuing eventually of Census
per Interest Members the Methodist Time Local Churches
in the lift year. |pays them a visit Church are planning free "loyal Taking ot the census will begin Mooring. ln! I low Line. D,. Sunday School f t.m.Confr .
after masses on Sunday and It 1s In Tim Moorino .trmty. Clam .(

dinners" for Wednesday and For St. Ann's hoped that the count can he com Plan ServiceOf D,. H.'W D. ft.., P.'or Christian Dcfrn! 1 I
Thursday nights, December 2 and pleted In one Census workers School t ...... t
day. .
Attend the tpoelil Studies 3. Half of the membership will Sundry Mond.yi .f 7:30 p.. .. 1 1TRINITY'S T
Continuing' This Whey *t 10:00 AM may pick up their material any Church Sonic 10:30 ...... _
attend the dinner
"Disciples"
In the lib, !* School of the Parish Sunday time after 10 a.m. at St. Thanksgiving Y-THE-COVE '
on Wednesday night and the other _
Ann's school cafeteria.
GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH half the "Apostles"Thursday. n'. Census Day in the Catho. Father Bernard L. Hlckey,pas.i EAST NAPLES EPISCOPAL Port Royal CHURCH
After the dinner Thad Moss, lie Diocese of Miami next Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH
tor of St. Ann's made an urgent
ft *... icnore' 7. temotrrSundy
"MODERN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS COMPARED the finance chairman, will present November 22. That Includes at., appeal that some member of Sk dowl.wn A..., EIII NiplolAor Srvic
the church's of
WITH FUNDAMENTAL CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES" education program world Ann's Parish In Naples. each family remain at home Sun. L.di.eere, Petty Holy Communion son ......
worship, .er. More than 60 men and womecensus.takers n 1 I day to met the census.taker. Sunday
Roman Catholicism rice through "budget parade." will make personalcalls I I I When the last previous census Sunday" School 1000 m. Church School *nd
It is estimated that 1346.00 at homes In St. Ann's Parish r tS Family Srvic1IS ..ffl.Morning .
'I .
was taken In August of 1960 It Meeting Warship 11:00 m.Trnng ,
II BO A M. .
:
Worship
Mornlnf Road and U. 8. 41 per week will be needed to carryon Their mission will be to providean 1 I was revealed that the total Cath. .! Union. 700: p..... Prayer end. Seems n I HtmWdntd I ., I
oa Cullford the program, according toNed i
answer to this question olic population of the Diocese ofw Evtnina.. Worship 1:00: p m, One Mile East of The Co.. y Courthouse White, loyalty chairman. "How many Catholics are no Miami was 331,668. Wednesday Holy Communion. f 30 .."'.

At that time the Diocese was Mid W... Prayer Servic.130: p.m. Holy Days Communion .( I tIN ....

less than one year old and since Adult Choir Poetic* 1:15:: p."' .

that time large numbers of ad. M THE AREAFIRST

dltlonal Catholics, it Is known,
have moved into South Florida. ASSEMBLY BONITA SPRINGS

OF GOD ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Arc CorJia.9nvitcJ Sh.d.wUwn Av., E. N pli *.>, Roland JotnSundy
y.
,, It... I W. Wllo. Pests School 10 *.m.Morning .

Gospel BaptistsTo Sunday School f:4S ..m.Morning Wonhip I II I ..m.E .

Show Graham Worthy 7:JO p..... ..nin., Service 7.30 pm.

Youth Somco T.... *t 7:JO p..... Prrr M*.'ing Wd. 7:30 p....

Roofing Service Atte"J tf C Film Saturday Mid-W..l Stnico Thursday _

PIMM 1 Ml MiM N.pew to c it rcl t et 7:JO p..... CHOKOLOSKEE
Evangelist Billy Graham's CHURCH OF GOD

Sunshine Hardware feature-length dramatic film, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 *,m.
"Shadow of the "will Wonhip, Him.
Your Complete" Hirtfwere 't. Boomerang, ST.JAMES MACKEY OF NAPLES Morning
Til KM Ave. S.. C have Its Naples showlngSaturday,
*.". Ito'." Hvl, fairer
November 21, 7:30 at the COPELAND BAPTIST
0our 101CFM p.m. A city Thanksgiving ser.
"" Sunday SchoolIie.m: .
Naples Rtxall Store t Gospel Baptist Church, OS 41 ? MISSION
t. \4 rice will be held at.till First Morning Wonhip 10:30 tm.Training .
SN Hfc AM. **, and Guilford Road. Presbyterian Church of Naples Rs/ C/yrf./ Mule
"Shadow of Union i:30 p.m.tVmmg ....,
the Boomerang"Is Sandy. School 10
November 26 at 10
Thursday ...
.
Wmhip 730
The Bank' of Naples an outdoor action picture with all : p. Wonhipj SwvicM

"Orowl... wtth. N.N*. totCeHlor These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church of the excitement and breath a.m.Sponsored by the Naples Minis WEDNESDAY II .''''. end 730 pm.
M.. 7 .....
11"Mm JO
County land ; tmg : p
lice taking scope of the [)own terlal Association the service Preys MtingtWdn .
*r P and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. Under." ,
for the .
Setting screen
will Include several local mini. dyi .1 I "
drama is Australia's"Outback," stars each at dlff. FIRST
Hartley' Variety Store officiating a
the continent's vast interior re. .rent part of the service The CHURCH CHRISTIAN EVERGLADES BAPTIST
M NNrM. ....... -'It S
.Bob's son where some of the world'slargest Rev James Mac key will be the Mandarin Dr.. Coquina. Sands CHAPEL
1,' cattle stations are) It... WMo.., fnlotSundoy
Pastry Shop fit;' 4? : speaker RN, James W. Mocty, Mimtt* Cue C.
11/tiMkthe, Ml 14711 '= located. Choral music will be providedby S
'',P>**I. LAN <><><*. Duly" f E ", Filmed against the backdropof the First Presbyterian church Church Sonic II ...... Worship Service II .."'. lip...
LVi the Billy Graham Australian choir. Choir Prctic Wdi,"J.y 7:JO p'm.Voipor Training Union. 7pm.

Naples Federal Savings ;';1:,:, Crusades, "Shadow of theBoom.ranr" Presiding minister will be the Service S:30 p..... Sunday. Mid..*. Prays Srvlc I pm
seeks to underline
\
Rev. Ledlea Bajo, Rev Harland
and loan Association 1 the Godly reaction to human crU
Fague will five the Invocation, EVERGLADESFIRST
'
HI em AV** a* M' .1. aes and conflicts Spokesman:
Rev. John W. Stump will five the CHURCH OF CHRIST 'OMMUNITY CHURCHKr.

Jim's Sunoco 4 the Christian position is Billy litany and Rev David Lanier.the SCIENTIST H. G. rV.l; ,,t.f. pets
i ...
,
y ; ; '; Graham, seen In dramatic
i. Scripture Rev. .
readings James Ctnrril Aruue.16th Strut Sunday School 10 m.Mrnmg
Lrfotlm' Over1 Muffl.r* +t"'v' i' ,.
'
Ml I4UI er 14471W ........ plc + .. j J .' I' t the Crusade site footage of the photographed Evangelist's at Mobley Prayer of Thanksgiving; Sunday Sorvic. 1 100 1 : ..m.Sundoy Wonhip 11 ......
Qlv lump* .i 4,; Rev Joseph Foster,otferlnc pray. School 11:00 1 1: *,m. -
record-breaking crowds in Mel. erj Rev. dorm! E. Rice, Dene. M. GOODLAND MISSION
bourne and Sydney. Wednesday Exning *tlng S p'm.K .
'Naples Coin Laundry diction. loom .. OF OUR SAVIOR
Friends and relatives of theNaples >*ding S20 P. St.
to.**.* Quo** W*.Krs 4H S'. Mon. Wed. Fri It... RicA.rI T. t.", .."
| Sy With 'nil s1 residents wtyo emigrated 10 ...... t* I pm. Sunday School f .....,
U.I. Hwy 41 N. a Whrlmtn 51.5. to Australia recently are especially
Opts 14-Mwn H. H..'*. 1' : Invited to attend this Graham Film At FIRST
IMMOKALEE
W. Hoe,?, Owner i' 'w r \ showing of "Shadow of theBoomeranr" FIRST
S 4 1 Marco Tonight METHODIST BAPTIST CHURCH
because of the par.
'Apz CHURCH OF NAPLES RN. f. C .i/. *
Naples Furniture Co. P interest L *i'r
titular have In
they may Graham's Flnt An..... S. I Fourth St. ,
C Evangelist Billy Wonhip I 11 ..m. t 7:30 p.m
......... ,...
MM N* T. T It.The feature-length film "Shadow of RN. Jei f. Hitt. fnltrSundoy _
Gospel Baptist Church the Boomerang win have 111 Worship. II .
BB Builders Specla ties. t '.m IMMOKALEE
would also like to thata
TM Nash Ml tUetPtywooe1 "Homecoming Service"announce will be Marco Island showing tonight at Sun E... Worship Srlc ot 7:30 CHURCH OF GOD

o..a. lulMors Mdwe observed Sunday, November 22, JjJO at the Baptist Mission, Sunday School '4S am. *.". O. ,. O'lenas.
chits* KinewM Dial Lc>. Tommy Barfield School grounds Junior lntrmodifo sod Sunday. School 10 *m.Morning .
on the occasion of Its second
All Interested persons are Invtt.ed Saris Fllow hip. e
<
f
pm. .. .
Worihip t II m.Evtmng
''t
anniversary as regularly con.
a
lamplighter Cafeteria + tltuted church. After the close i Pryf M...ing W.... *t 7:JO p..... Wr hip 7:30 p."'.
Dw..ws u.a. si a*. 51 a Filmed against the backdropof
et tComere N..*._ ri*. 2; of the service friends and mem. the Billy Graham Australian -
a .. ben of the church are Invited I(Cruitadas. the mm seeks to underline FIRST PRESBYTERIAN IMMOKALEE
to Join In a dinner and fellow. METHODIST CHURCH
C. A. Anderson CHURCH OF NAPLES
to human
the Godly reacuon
ship gathering to be held at the *... A>cre> Hove, p'or
Imwior. EafNN1hhNnor crises and conflicts. Third, A... S*. I SiirHi. J'.
''
; 0....."... picnic grounds of Caribbean Gar. Per. Jot W Stump SUNDAY


Phess =7l"'UM G IM ;: nG H i dens. Origin Of Huge Sa.Sands vhN; School Sunday. '30 f 30 em.on .,..... Morlll.Sunday Jr. l,* *Wnh rmdit School. ,.'I.JO:.41"d..SrMY I,.:II


Q MM Balloon In Field ', i 30 pj...
Marathon Dredging Corp FULL GOSPEL t+*ni>g Worth,,. 7.30 p.....
,MtrlM C. La nil Remains Mystery CHURCH
MI.... Development No. flMMt '' m"rht bit aGAINSij M. *.'. Oo '..1.... tftttt MOOS P,.,.. Service, 7 p.m.Choir .

Not old enough for a novel a dictionary an enc,. ". \. w.ui Santo (at PAWHVSKA, Oala. (AP) A It... Goorf o '..1,.*. It,.,. fnltrDomini ',.ctlc.l 100 pm.WEDNESDAY .

Trail Builders Supply clopedia. ..........yrH r balloon "larger than a football .* Dr.. A..lon Ei.i.mSu
'- field" fell on a pasture owned 555,5.. Nop'H' Mdw'.6.. ;. Preys S..1ce

Company But old enough for the Bible! by Richard Harding and he still ..dy. School. 10.00 em.Moning AdulH I Children. 7.30 p."".

.p.... ,..w. WOfitD IV/.P' PICTURES doeant know what to do with U. .. II ...... -

For In these very yam before the fully underitands. A Harding, a rancher, said the Sat.*, Warship 7sm.. MARCO CHURCH OF GOD
West Coeif Furniture Its truth a child barn to Peeped' God' word. Reverence frwit tfn DRAMATIC
born balloon has no identification and W.... (rays s..ic. 7 pm. //. D. W.ca, pale
la A sense of the Importance of religion '
CemN.te Intortor
N W Bttl.tca.l.FILM carried no Instrument package.He Mia .. .
Wonhip I II I a.m.Erarleg
IM N' A_ ... N>..._ Pta develops.
has contacted the Federal 7:11 p...

Charles R. LeBuff The passages must be short and sensibly chosen, 4+ Aviation Agency, but hasnt GRACE LUTHERAN: =
Childish but searching .t be answered been able to learn the balloon's CHURCH OF NAPLES ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
Cabinet Shop Mother and Pad. will soon iOru'h: explaining, +f origin. MiuM Sysd. CHURCH

D. .M c........ PwniltvVe! *_>; Truth to their child deepens their own comprehension The rancher said the) balloon US. 41' end. 12m A*.. Nun to- A... eH "'.1.. Ich." *i.

M11ws N.pr'dwatNneM descended Wednesday night and RN. 6o* ,o W. Prior ,***' Seen. .
_IM-""SI. *.". Mtt' -nM Take advantage of parent's most sacred privilege % tore down ISO feet of telephone S....d.t School t ...... 'of".1,6" SprwgtSwdty I. les asef
Van Der Veer Introduce your child to God. Make the Bible part of the \ e line and over 20 feet of fence U Cur k Service 10.30 sea. .
.
family. Participate In and cooperate with the Chunh'sMusD C MMM* 7.JO. t.JO e *
t CenterIn : program of religious education.A Q O It came to earth Harding said Holy OMHM.MFir Ceatvwi.arder. ..
II\8ral.mall trees w.reuproot. S"sdep. lack Moid
t
....s InUMwdl.a. D.p.rlmsat 0 ____ _ 5eeda M..M
iris LIACTNA ed by the balloon.Harding __
my Hrlramenl A child grows spiritually: whose parents rrowIHIIT v' -
MUSIC DEPT. spiritually I tOlOS tEtYAfGE said he Is just going OTE n. dirrtlory will)) appear r..i-K' HII

U4I Ml H. .. Ml ...... to leave the balloon, made of a I" the HEAL All (k.rra.. .. the, ,..\,, are w.J Ie

clear plastic material reia. pose. er write U as, ckaagee er eerrectkM. aa they e<
forced with ayloa threads, onus

Sunday Monday 'Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fr Jay Saturday lA Its owner isfound.RELIGIOUS ..
EE = ATLANTA 0 (AP) "Dea- Oft the Church In Town seas
Naples laundry & Exodus Deuteronomy Deuteronomy Psalms Eikt l Matthew Mil thaw DICK COUNT psi. all the critical and toe Country her.II '
S4.3-I; 9:1-9: 9.20-18 77.1-li 11.1741 U to.I IT \ JONES / the was aponeoredtM
Cleaners Inc.leu ludfirMnt 1 d. upon the currant N.ttclft.ICeuncUof Cburck
tm t. MlOn Cosfl IUxis Church !NEW YORK (AP- The number Irla1 of rliran W Anerica. He added however, that the
.
Dar Itrvlc A IU I :I;' !t" 'JIt" t ;,< ,, of viailori at various reUftouarxviliona I flood of people bet recently church: ten retain the vital
alike N..YMII..I4'. keen,
swept mien w churchet, parllcipatioa
St.
No.. n "Eta. people wiltif
Fair eferfcii she lint season wen ind sixty meny ef drat he.. it deala forthiljhtly wide i *.
"' aa follows: Vatican Pavilion.dupUying .com; on terioua. blaisi......" "Up.neDCe
:.JO PM emptiness 554
Michtfitloe Pie,. So send the Ke*. Dr. Harold U.IcfekioM. oMen I'.523,03'. Dilh Graham Pavilion 1 a llltoIOI" of die k. ..Ita of "
aA
on Ouilfortl Ro.J" IA 41 :.:
Orthodox Center 1.6)5,000 .>S,iil.. II. National Convocation) cut hers. Nclesplopdo.inela/






-- -- -



I nf nr



f


Public Health (:Dulls COUNTY News N."i.e. N... ",d.y. N..1tet 20. 19M j



Harbor Officer Urges ,' ,.



Bow Line Birth Control I e C\VS }ion r to'a" I

OH I ,O.DO (AP) Advan.ucs .
of public birth control pro. from By RAB WEAR
FI mis far outweigh their. dined.t -
{
BY NOUII ROGERS muge.s, a North Carolina pub.II ., : ,, a llrl -..yt wrr, b
hld.HM
Phone >' health physician aid today.
Dr. Fllubeth' C, Corkey. M The Bonlts Spring. Woman .day afternoon In the cluh hole
My Thanksgiving wish for yout the cruise here la the latest Mstant director of the MecitlenI.vrg Club Tuesday night following 'beginning at Ii30 many Idea

Hope your turkey will be a news from LM W..... The bus ) N.C., Count Health [Ie..ll1m.nt' a short business meeting with can be wen and exchanged

treat not many bones will leave the bus station in I',. Public Health Dlvl. officers and board members The American Legion Aux-
and mostly meat a thankful Naples,Saturday November 28. MSOII, "spoke at a birth control M hoettprsaenttedanitereat- Hoary of John Murphy (lost

heart to make you happy. at 12 noon It would be nice If seminar for phyalrUns and pub. Ing. program ai a courtesy to #303, at their regular meet
Include kids and could be there to li health personnel
your even Sam England returning member and guests.President log, welcomed two new member
Pappy a drink or two take a group picture, wouldn'tit Dr. Cor lie>' said that among Mra.Ethel 8ennen !, Mesdames Lillian Howard -
with a real true friend ? Mr. Wile also told me I leasoni advanced for not de. welcomed mesdames Millie) IIId Kathie G..ie reo

good lucks good health there are a few seats availablebut eloping public birth contiolpro. Merrill Jewel Sage, Dorothy The annual projectme"Mo-
are that the> root too
flame!
thus here's the end. he must have your check much, take time from already Staler Jane Hooper Atwood ney Doll", was discussed and!
It was bound to happen so pronto. CHI him at Ml. 2-5797. overburdened staff, are lontro and Fox, n Mrs Lillian Woods members have ticket *hu"',
I wasn't too surprised. In fact, The Naples Land Yacht Harbor teralal and encourage Immoral Joined In membership Returning are available for all. This
I'm rather glad It's over. held Its annual meeting for all
ity. members welcomed were will l be awarded at the Christmas -
Remember my going Into great park residents who live here None of these, she said, couldbe Mesdames Dorothy Stanton party.
detail about the bulldlnz In back permantly November 15th/ at categorically denied. Leota 1 of the wwt office? I thought I the recreationallAtthemeet. But she added that birth con. Wright and Mrs Lena Vlnlng. Charlotte onSsnirday.Novell,

had covered the subject very Ing we were asked,among other trol 11 neceaaary tot"Prevent A group calling themselves ber 21, for the dedication ot
d
weU, but on Sunday morningI things, for any suggestions we unneceaaar an 111. June Bugs In November, armed their new home.
was reminded that 1 hid left might have for the good of the premature deaths, chronic.oortIOl1.lId with kltehenware etc. serving Sunday, November '-'-, at 1
out one of the most likely park as well as each other. nesees, spontaneous
mvalldUm among mothers, give as horn drums and banjoes p.m. there will be a covered
branches of the postal serviceIt After one or two had offered time entertained drawing the local Legion -
.. ushi'in sh.'u .llId. luncheon very young wives sufficient many dish luncheon at
might be used for. We were their sugesttons, one of my PLANS FOR TOMORROWS prv-li..lid.i\ '
antlers, OIl the for complete physical and paychologlcal laughs. These Included Mes- Home preceding dedicationof
dressing for church when I good buddies stood up and said are bein discussed b\ St Ann's build; ommitt-c m. ti-lls Mrs development! prevent dalTJeSen.. Brugge. Fem the local auxlltary unit colors

heard funny noise it the front (and I quote): "1 think that before Beach Club Hotel Left. :Mrs. William Krains. o.-chanm. avoidable death among bable, Q riuse Joe Bender and Miss by Mrs. Esther Tic, who is
door, like someone tipping on someone Is hurt the Thelma (Hodges! right committee chairman, of some of I the partydresses the ad prevent transmission ot Peggy Poehner. this lentralare.pre.lden". Mso 1-

the cement. When I looked out management should post the for afternoon and evening wear which will be tlhu\\ at The communicable diseases from A skit "Doctor I.e. Gutts1 at this time there will tv

here was i black dirty but cute following notice on the bulletin affair. In center Is Miss Kathleen Kearns, one of the models Hotel ,.rents to offspring." (Mrs. Bernice Rlngllng) and the Initiation of new member

little horse. I called Ken's at* board: 'All persons riding event will be held tomorrow at 12:80: p.m at the Bach Club the patient (Mrs. Mabel Blan- by me unit Initiation team.

tentlon Jo what i sad looking their bicycles, after dark, and last minute tickets may be obtained by calling: Mrs. HelenMirer Canales kenbaker was highly applauded Guests are invited.Organic .
pony It was and that It looked should be lit'." (unquote).Need at MI 23119.: Both men and women are invited and Mrs Hojltres r. .
like It had spent the night onan less to say It broke the Ice states that there will be number of surprises for those attending. Teodoro R. Canal., 4) died Door prices were awarded to
express-way. It was then and shortly afterward we heldan ( Mi-Cirath I (; photo) his morning Ms home in Immo. Mesdames Merrill, Woods and Garden

that I realized I had not men. election of officers for the kal,.. Stanton.
A native of Texas, he had been
tinned that the building would Elected Commodore was
year. The \Iaur chairman Miss
resident of Immakalee for the
'not be used is a relay station Sam Mason; vice commodore Life Go On a past (3 yean.He Ruth flanker, urged all to start Meeting TuesdayThe
' Finds Must
for the Pony Express! "Have Les Wise purser; Frances Kennedy Family la survived by hit wife, bringing In ihelr bazaar donations regular monthly meeltnr>
,I made myself clear?" Mason.Good Luck. even sons and three daughters All ladies of the com- Of the Southwest Florida Orim

As for the black pony the last Barbara and Bill Tuck EDITOR'S NOTE A year ways laconic he became almost 11 and Dec, 20. Edward's! only and Mi parent, Mr and Mri. munity are" Invited to meet with Gardening Club will beheld Tue,
time I saw him. Wes Bremer our owner managers announced: after Dallas the Kennedys are curt] always detached he be. goal la to walk Into the Senate Vicente Cantles of Hebbronvllle, this group any Tueaday night day, November 14, tt 7tla!) KI r0.
had I yellow rope around his they will furnish the turkey for on the go again After a periodof came sullen.\ Finally he was when It convenes lnJanuar\. Tea Funeral arrangements are It 7i45 p.m. at the Community Hall, Doni,
neck and was heading toward our community Thanksgiving Indecision Robert chose poll. able to lay "Sorrow la a form of Almost four years after his 1 being made through the Earl The weekly Arts and Crafts Springs All Interested Iltr,
the office. I understand must dinner. Hooray for theml! We tics and scored a victory on his self pity and we have to go on." I near.fatal stroke, Joseph P. I 0. Hodges Funeral Chapel In Na. classes iff held each Thurs sons are Invited to attend
have been down onC-Pler quite have another new, permanent first try. Edward Is coming He seemed to be speaking for Kennedy ta "somewhat bettor" I plea -
a while Wonder who got to family Mr. and Mrs. A.E. back after critical planecrashInjuries the entire family according to Edward. He has
claim fertilizer rights.I do hope l Krletzburg. They moved out and Jacqueline Kennedy A year after that day In Dallas I been visiting Edward: about ..
that whoever owns him, will of their travel trailer Into a Is making a new life. None It la clear that the charac. I once i week. Ml's. Joseph P.
mobile home forget Dallas but a year has terlstlc optimism of the Kenn. KennedY also has been Ktlve;
have him dipped and will brush lovely new on .
has survived The family the was an enthusiast! ;..m.palgner
and comb the burrs out of his Pier C. Two of our winter brought changes.By dys
for her ton in the New
still is one of drive and accom.pllihment.
coat. Wonder what his name family are back, the Ernie JULES LOH York Senate rare. I

Is? Holms on Pier C, also Hank NEW YORK (AP) Time la When Robert was elected sen. Duties have bee heaon y
To several folks who have and Isabel Redo on Pier B. said to heal all wounds, but one ator from New York and Ed. Mrs. John F. Kenrcd, in the
asked me to please put in the year Isn't much time to heal the ward M. re-elected In Masaa.chusetti rear( since OallM. C.
column what the building WILL NICE LETTER wound the Kennedy family auf. to the seat once held by She accepted the task if' guld.Ing .
be used for,how should I know? Just received a nice letter feted last Nov.22. his late brother It marked the the outpouring <," till ute to
I only live here. No fooling I from Eleanor and Howard In the days following the as.aaalnatlon first time Ice history three broth. her husband. With the f.r\)1 i ofa t f
really do not know. Imboden. They are back at Mill Robert F. Kennedy ers had become senators. devoted curator she im; tines a
Creek Farm in Pulaskl reflected the family's grief Al. Last June 20, the day after the assembling her huMund' hls
plane crash in which Edward lorlcallegacy.Pealdes .
CRUISE AHEAD Virginia Jo said Howard took was critically Injured, Robert helping rape fui'da It r1w4r
Only one week more before we over his new duties u ownerof contemplated the family respon. for the Kennedy Memorial Ll

leave on the cruise. One of the the Smyth County News PTSA Looking albUltles facing him and an. brary to be built at < ambrulge, ,
girls on my bowling team Is In Marion Va., on November nounced that he would not tie a Mass., she has helped In, 1)lan. i r rF
from the Carrlbean Island.Lillian 16. We all wish you best of luck candidate But Edward made or at least acknowledge, memo.
has been telling me so but miss you here and will be Ahead To Its swift progress and he changed rial to John F. Kennedy

much to see and things to do, looking for you later in the sea Ms mind. throughout the Unltod States
,
I can hardly wait. Speaking of son on that visit you promised Dec. 1 Meeting With both Robert and Edwardfit and from Runnymede to Bo.
us. and eager for public life, this
While at'f.3rookstde on Wednesday peculation: babe up about the She has found, at lest, some
told future for both of them. privacy In her apartment In
Paul Abrahamson me
PaulVivian As senator from a key state New York and a house on Long
his new "Brookside Billiards"
Robert 39 today, plainly la In a Island's North more
G. Paul, 73 of 121 Ninth 20th.The
will Nov. re
room open of. formal periodit
good spot to try for higher Mrs. Kennedy's
Avenue North died Thuradayat
,
will be 4-pocket billiard tables Sunday but
Naples Community Hospital flee, even the presidency. Ed. mourning ends
and 2- ping tables. The 32 hat time her set retarv,
A native of Mobile, Ala., he pong ward, at even more Pamela Turnure,
nine first two weeks will be open on his aide.Election ixpects there will be <110 sudden
moved to Naples yean ago
from Philadelphia where he had play,while the leagues are being night was one for HvKennedy change; In her tile. Letters till
to savor at the rate of 400 day.'She .
been employed by the National formed.Minors will be welcome family arrive
Cash Register Company. He but must hive their pi rents consent Joseph P. Kennedy, 76, pa. value her time with her
trlarch of the clan, new to New children" Caroline and John F,
had served as sales mamlfer for Fred Redenbaugh will be ,
to be with Robert thatnight Mill Turners "What
York Jr. say
It for many years. His wife, manager. He will also be available ,
and at Edward's bedside l he.. does will depend on how ant
Mrs. Estelle Paul, died last May. for free Instruction and
"
In Boston were other Kennedys ,feel later on.
He la survived by a son, Col. will conduct free clinics Am l Iwll.la gins! w5. <
Once again the Kennedy "ell lUST)! AS AT 110M f:? featuring Ka\lv-v" rapped|
Vivian G. three Paul, Jr. of Muu.drlaVa.i Jam. wondering If(wouldn't be better could gather In triumph ae so A !1.1 ,.,...n. in irrtntu U nth the theme: i"f the annual Christmas Maws-.-I'(l TUHS.UV tit TnmU .

of Lake Charles brothers, La., Harry of at that than golf. Ken says many time they had gathered hi' .,.itioiifh, oil! <"5 end culinti by-thi-fovf I'arlah 11 all. Show\ browaltiK Mt thtl nffmr from "-.ftII'"-

Dallas, Tex., John Charleston, nothing beats a try like a failure a' in affliction when Joseph P. svu'r.., cut c.,h > uue In )1 II. IMU I'rlc.Mr Howard. Sharp, at ho was l'lIm"lIltdiltirnlllll,
W, Vs.,: and two listen Mra. soooo I will let you know, ok? Kennedyuttered a stroke, t 1.1 '"11I11.. Hiu.h t, iih cream, )Iu, William Hnllev. and )11" NancilUrHiioit.. llu-rim-cim: w wrt' UAt..1
Jose Reilly of New Orleans and Have Just been called to the when infant Patrick Kennedy imkle' with sues *n,Jheke In to loin arches tit n giant OirUtmtwnv.. OMSrufli C I.tlltll)
Miss Letta Paul of Birmingham hospital for a few hours so will died, whn Edward was Injured i h A ostn. (all iht.f iconea!
.....
leave with this toast Chassis Ice
Ala
you tEdward I
will soon be out of his
heldat
will be
Funeral services Palmer while we were
gave steel orthopedic frame, the device .
S o'clock tomorrow afternoonIn In having a snack after a gameof he ,-all a rotisserie because .
Palm Beach with Interment ALAN rasTER
Memorial ParkCemetery. Agrivitlon the other night; It la used to turn him
Palm Beach President
PISA
Aide at the hospital bar
The Richard A. Pitt. over.
Is In chargeof My dear, the meal was luscious a belting pool on when he will
man Funeral Home Dr. Robert D. Gates of the walk most guess between Dec 04f1f10Uf1cil1
.
local arrangements.The Florida of Education y
Your talents leave me awed. Department
h It was, I think the very best will be the principal speak
grunion f comet the Naples Senior High
That you have ever thawed. er at
ashore to lay Us eggs on land. PTSA meeting on December

-- woodruff high school
1, E. W.
principal tOld members of the AN

executive board of the PTSA
Y ef Thursday night. Dr.Gates will !

take as his topic "Ouallry Education -

In Quantity." The following LPGASMOTOR ,'
morning he will address a ART EXHIBIT

Senior High School sssemb:)j
and the Rotary Club at none
Woodruff stated that mem- FUEL ,

bers of the high school faculty THE

wire so impressed when hi II I
I I
spoke' the Collier County NOWAVAILABLE
teachers In August t. that the Club

faculty win his:I assist expanses the PTSA Ndefraying Moorings Country


Alan Foster presided at the
executive board meeting untold

was attended by E. George FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
ALLTRUCKS
Rogers program chairman FOR

Edmund owe, guidance counselor I

) Mrs. F. P. Dayton. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
secretaro Mrs. M. Bernard.
membership chairman Mrs

Fred Binder, hlstorUnj Mrs. BELA RAIICSAK
miKCTKI BY Jill
Grace f rums, telephone chair-
.
mans Mrs. J. Luleji u, news ,mmm mmm / mmmmmmft ,

sure letup, Mrs.Jim Willis R.GoocIIetta.trea-: student representative FOR a, This Exhibit Will Feature

; and Mrs. RicharcDeTurk. I i

pufcUctry chairman. i Oil Paintings'by

DETAILS

Moose Planning i I

3 District Meeting CALL European Artists


Sunday, Nov. 22A .. I
.....
i
dlstrle meeting of the I The axhir it w open to the public and you are cordially
A.ayal Order of Mooee will beheld I

Sunday, November 22, at invited to visit The Mooring Country Club Clubhouse
de Naples Moos Lodge TROPIGAS
Oo December> Uafreeoyrei these paintings.
viewing
feed wj : be held for member and enjoy

ARDENT GOLFER Maw Ethel He'-noWs of St and far ibis,. I

Petersburg nitsNs' a '.'. :1" tc(: piav on the A cuu: for new members will r1 I

aehriuh ,um tI. <}< i ,,':. ,"Ie Was ***.'" be bed: at the Lodge bal on 1
Mor< th ihoto ) Discounter 17.


""*
i

-- --- -* I TilSMt
-
-
-
-
-
---- - -
-
-
-
-



--- -
-
-
-
-
-
I I






WHAT'S NEW ABOUT THAT ?
SO PROBLEM ,
Deep South Braces to Face


&bt'NtW Civil Rights Facts of Life


BY BRUCE BIOSSAT

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1964 '. "j Washlesien lItfII'
IJr"T
: Newspaper Enterprise Assn.WASHINGTON.

The New Cry Of "Hi Ho, Silver"The (NEAl)

The Deep south newly alienated by events here and in the

Press story, the principal cause of the nation is nearing another in its seemingly endless series of

next time offers coin shortage is the recent popularity,
anyone you 6 1Sissippi! manufacturers meeting in Jackson this week

"p-nny! for your thoughts," take him up- and phenomenal profit, of coin collect provide one big index to the trouble ahead. Their focus-

but fast. Ing. There's a mint of money in money and that of industrlaliits in regional Mississippi meetings to

Unless, of course, you can get him these days, so coin collecting has become a, q SWp come-Is Act upon of 1964.the which fair employment take effect next features July of 1. the Civil

to hike the price to a nickel or a dimeor big business, It is estimated that 12 million R vTP Ruts act calls of course for an end to racial discriminationin

if you are a real heavy thinker Americans are avid numismatists E R n Sa hiring practices. Obviously concerned over the perils of
b :, QpJ1J Rrq NR Mississippi businessmen have no wish to wait
to a quarter.It According to the AP, one dealer ? non-compliance.
GF until the summer of 1965 to confront Mississippians with the
isn't the principle of the thing. It's bought 100 proof sets at $4 each, sold r hard necessities of the law ,

the money. Specifically, its the coin. them for $6.50, then went to Europe for White segregationists there and In other Deep South state

The current coin shortage In this six weeks. When he got back he was could hardly be In a worse mood to be told they must yield
which pertains to Negroes.
country Is for real even though Collier astonished to get a call from his customer on They anything have at just all had totally dashed their luxurious dream

County has to date escaped the worstof offering to sell them back to him that Sen. Barry Goidwater would be elected president and

It. And economists say It's going to for $10. After looking at the new price somehow engineer repeal of the new civil rights law.

get worse before It gets better. list, he bought them back. AY G YET SOME OBSERVERS In the South caution against making .

The government is working frantically Incidentally, Uncle Sam makes a tidy too much of Deep South alienation.

to relieve the shortage. But meanwhile profit of several million dollars each year ; LAit' Leslie Dunbar. executive director of the Southern Regional
based In Atlanta
organization it
Council a research says
selling "proof sets" to collectors and deal- takes more than a feeling of being out of step to disturb the

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority ers. A proof set is a mirror-finished pen '' confirmed segregationist in the South. Says Dunbar:

pulled a switch by taking up a collection ny, nickel, dime, quarter or half worth "lie has lived through rejection and alienation before
There was the Dixiecrat revolt of 1948 after which he saw
from the churches, exchanging paper cur 9)) cents as money hand-stamped by no punishment meted out to southern congressmen who

rency for coins dropped in the basket at the mint especially for collectors. The bolted the Democrats.

church services. government sells these for 210.I "He has seen the wrath of the country visited upon him in
the new civil rights law But so far It hasn't meant much but
The Pennsylvania Turnpike didn't go But dealers profit even more. A New words

to church, but it did go to the restaurants York dealer recently paid $1,000 for a M. "lie can take all this in stride until something new really!

along the turnpike and buy up coin tips 1936 proof set (worth 91 cents as money, happens to him"

the waitresses had received.The mind you) which he in turn sold to an One thing which might make a dent suggests Dunbar. ''
7IfcJIRI.5" would be action by Democrats In Congress to deprive Reps

Mackinac Straits Bridge people in avid collector after adding on a tidy sum ,, '':: .. John Bell Williams of Mississippi and Albert Watson of South
\ '
Michigan are rueing the day they set the as his commission.The _t'': :, ,: Carolina-both pro-Cotdwater bolters-of their committeeand

toll fee at $3.75. That quarter change coin collectors and dealers now other party status here.

they have to make so often is a bigger have their own magazines, run large advertising The BestBY of ANOTHER SOUTHERN OBSERVER BELIEVES, however

headache every day. schedules in newspapers, and Boyle .. that only a cutoff of some federal funds to southern states
would have the sharp sting of a new and harsher reality
Vending machines blamed In part have created, so to speak, a brand new HAL BOYLE
under the civil
Such a cut-off Is possible new rights act
for the coin shortage, but a secondary Industry. It's a rough one, too. where states fail to comply with its provisions.

factor as compared with numismatists Believe It or not, a Chicago syndicate Even without possible new pressures exerted under the
TOKYO AP Ten thous.ndpaper
) -
NEW YORK (AP) "Peoplerun ed from stays In Spain and Canada ( levied errant staunch
are themselves feeling the pinch more succeeded in cornering the market when she lost touch with'the cranes are on their way 1964 statute or against congressmen,
after the unobtainable
said to be
segregationists are by some so aggravated over
and more and quite frequently are flash- coin. 500 million flicker industry from Tokyo to Caroline and
on a They bought pennies said Honor Blackman. Goldwater's defeat they are prepared to resort increasinglyto
John F Jr. In New
Ing the little green light that says "use of a certain date, stored them until "II you don't appear to need "It has "been a long hard. York. Kennedy lolent resistance.
exact change." anybody you are more attrac. climb back, she said. "I almost But again the caution flags go up. In Atlanta Dunbar says'You'll :
the price went up, then dumped them on tlve. Women who don't seem to had a nervous breakdown. The Cranes were shipped today
hear a lot of hell raising. Yet if something new
A bank In Wisconsin took That the bad time by Taeko Matsuyama and
to making the market and realized hand need was
a men attract pursuit and :
very I''Relko Sato, 17-year-oId high does happen to the Deep South, I think the effect will be
wooden nickels. Before Uncle Samuel some profit Indeed. Dealers siphoned off vice"The versa advantage Is that It he"I helped went to It a takes psychiatrist a hell ,of and a school girls In Nagano Prefect healthy. There will be a new sense of realism."

could get word to it that this wooden the 1950D nickel until the price zoomedto appear to be unobtainable and you time to unscrew oneself after ture of north central Japan.

nickel deal was strictly for the birds, $950 a roll. are pursued and have actual.ly having been screwed up. But, They started making the cranes
last June and have devoted al.
of the darn only been faking can brother It's worth It. Having ,
you
19,550 things had disap- This siutation result in some most all their time to the
may then unload whatever real needs been sorted out, It's fun to have spare The World Today
peared from circulation.It strange happenings. Any day now a you have on the poor unsuspect. positive feelings about life work

is reported that the Chase Man- businessman may walk up to a pan log creature you let catch you." again" cranes The girls would said be a they good hope Christ.the By JAMES MARLOWE

hattan Bank In New York has reached This kernel of romantic wisdom Her parents were Cockneys, Aaaeeleted, I"r"l New Anelyit
handler and say, "Brother, can you sparea comes from one of Brit. and she was London.born too mac present for Caroline and
the stage where it Is asking employeesto dime?" aln's best-known actress who Is John.
,
"My dad was a civil serv. the vice president taking over
James Marlow
open their piggy banks if they have So don't sneer when someone offers blonde, blue-eyed, an expert at ant," she said "Mother worked NEW YORK (AP)-The Duch. writes this column, who is on usually vaca. Blair House, across Pennsylva.

them, or talk their kids into emptying a "penny for thoughts." The Judo and doesn't mind at all ad. --she put bows on bottles of sac of Windsor is In New York's tlon. nla Avenue from the White
you your that she Is 37.
milling "
scent. Hospital for Special Surgery,
House and now used to put up
theirs and
bring in the change. darn thing may turn out to be worth Its She soon will be well-known In Gifted with a friendly amiable where she underwent a minor official guests of the nation.A .

According to a recent Associated weight In gold. America as the result of win. nature, despite her Judo operation on her right foot. By J. W. DAVIS nuclear factor arises her:
nlng the coveted role of Miss skills, Honor speaks with a cultured A hospital spokesman described Associated Press Wrjt.r J tt might not be wise to locate
< Galore sometimes called accent, but easily and the operation u "a WASHINGTON' (AP) Once the president and vice president
Kitty" by her friends the freely mixes English and Amer. small surgical procedure," but again there Is talk of the gov. so close together.
heroine In the latest James lean slang.What gave no details. ernment providing an official
Bond spy thriller Miss GaloreIs does she like? The spokesman said she is residence for the vice president,
EL1 ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS the leader of a band of crlml. "Men, avocado pears Shake- expected to return to her apart just as it provides the White NEWS FROM
nal lady pilots whose Jobs Is to speare's sonnets, Spanish guitar ment In the Waldorf Towers House for the President
spray deadly gas on the defend. music, children, Georgian house within a few days This time the vicepresidentialmansion WASHINGTONASSOCIATED
ers of the UA gold hoard at Ft. es, English squares and New talk may become more
LONDON (AP)) RingoSlarr's
Knox. York lights" than Just talk. Some Interested PRESS
doctor the Beatle
says
Her dislikes? people are about to come up with
Acting the tough tomboy Is drummer will enter University recommendations on a specific
"Intolerance rudeness untl.
,
In London Dec.
College Hospital
nothing new for her. For a cou. house WASHINGTON
dlness and dirt, screechy people 1 (AP) The
to have his tonsils removed.
pie of years she was the darling and government hopes to train ISO,.
organ music I also cantbear Rlngo is expected to rejoin the The final decision will be up
of English housewives as Cathy 000 boys and girls In the first
people who are closed But
up rock 0' roll Dec. 19. to Congress Congress,
Gale, star of a television series for the night who have shut group which has turned down some year of the neighborhood Youth
Dressed In a black leather minds. They're plain dim." NEW YORK (AP) Former Interesting propositions In this Corps program.
suit and big leather boots, Miss Miss Blackman Isn't dim at President Dwight D. Elsen. century may be more receptivethis Secretary of Labor W. Wlllard
Blackman week after week all, She's U bright as a daffodil. bower once a second engineer time Wirtz, In announcing start of the
/ threw one big male thug after In a refrigeration plant, has re. President Johnson, with his corps Thursday said the pro.
another head over heels with calved a medallion from the plans for upgrading the vice gram will concentrate on "not
her Judo tricks This was pretty QUICK QUIZ Columbia University School of presidency, will have an Impor. the easy cases but the hard
heady stuff for British women Engineering and Applied ones" In training youths 16 to
tant part In deciding what's to
I folk, who generally are subservient Science. be done. 21, many of whom have never
Ir to masculine authority Q--Hoir did "two b/l.t" "My connections with engl. Johnson hasnt announced for held Jobs.
They got a vicarious thrill out of come to mean a quarter of a nearing were a long time ago," establishment of a vice presl. Wlrtx said $110 million to $150
r e seeing men get their comeuppance dollar/ ? said Eisenhower Wednesdaynight dentlal residence, but those million will be spent the first
: from a woman .\ The expression carries school's centennial He
i at the backing the idea think he Is with year said the youngsterswill
;
I "It was really kind of sick, from the days when the dinner. He recalled that Ms two. them. work In hospitals, libraries,

said Miss Blackman, smiling, Spanish dollar was often usedas year refrigeration Job was be. For one thing Johnson Is re. city agencies, playground and
etnaAtY "but I must confess got a bang currency in American colonies tween his high school and West ported to want to pass along to !school programs nonprofit pc4rate
/ "
out of It myself. When small change was :Point years his Incoming vice president \ projects and others that
Honor appeared In some 30 needed the dollar was cut. Sen. Hubert H. have value to the community
films before running Into what The coin could be divided into BOSTON (AP) David Pow. some of the official Humphrey entertain Wlrts appointed Jack Howard,
she refers to as her seven yearsof eight pieces, or bits ers, a close friend and one-time Dent duties 40, a Labor Department official,
bad luck. That period result. aide to John T. Kennedy, will be In required at the top to head the program
Tad CkrMlM SilMm Itaiiter named custodian of the late Washington.Humphrey's.

'1 think It's loperUnt a father U tfe tUngi .-IUlIaIl tae'The *, president's personal papers and own home here, WASHINGTON (AP) The
memorabilia, says the Boston a comparatively modest !houseIn civilian payroll costs of the fed.

kmntIJIl11 A60 AIR' ALOC Globe. Chevy Chase, Md., would not oral government Increased by
Too Long Campaign Rt.St.lltllt. I'1I.ISIItA5'.RI'1.'T The newspaper said Thursday begin to meet large entertain }6.8 billion the last 10 years, a
that Powers will be on the staff ment needs congressional committee report.
of the $10 million Kennedy The vice president-elect has ed today
Although\ It took until the final day of claims and charge that teem to emanate .U ROSS t1 U 0 5 P I. v. G I. Clllur Memorial Library to be built said, moreover, that he doesnt During this period, the num.
the 1964 campaign the candidate for from politician having too long to talk 1 J" ( I ,' CMC ALI I MCRS near Harvard University. want to leave his home, even ber of employes of all federal

Vice President finally agreed on one and too little to ay, and would offer 5 r.ubll.l, i I'> 1 III 0 AMA. G R II M. though it has had to be -patched agencies increased by more

thing: Political campaigns are too long. the political parties en opportunity to I 11 H SUIIIK tiUMtir, II I'II'I"n, I;,<;,: ,h:. AMOUr' 'T S. 0D I> and fixed up" Just to do for than Joint $2,000 the report of the

Campaigns have become "toe long, cut campaign coiU. 12: KikltnoH .han- ,, A C 1'1r..5, t.t..t.. V 1I Today InHistory family living of Committee on Reduction,
But he Nonessential Federal El
too expensive, too arduous on (the can I 'I.Ihllll&1; \ > I Ii7 ,mn' 1 P A V. AID I II I. U R might take the stand penditures
Richard id. Nixon vice noted
didatti and too boring for Urv public," There are other persuasive rtawna U ltr.ilnH loti.u'' A 1"1." A 1 e A G I I. t dent under President, presl. to the 10-year period the rePort -
Dwight ,
said Representative Miller On the Today for both National Committee to give -..i.gt : Jap ,,iluttn CON SOl. I 0 II T t.. 5 Eisenhower took. Eisenhower D. said, civilian agencies Increased .
tclevlaloa Senator Hum 1U1rlll"tr pl.mt
program Mr. Humphrey' suggestion careful III, ., C NOS. LM" o. t S T I said In bis 1937 budget message their employment by
phrey said the campaign may very wen rahm ( s i n. more
have been too long" and suggested that Ilud,. One II that the campaign ached 1 17 ( ,rank, 1.11 vr lit SOLUTION 0* TISWDAY PUZZllUcdcont By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to Congress that the govern than a quarter-mllllon.
both major parties hold their convtn- ule a* now commuted U a serious threat It I Mix\ 42 trim ,'I I IHitr Today Is Friday, Nov. 20, the ,ment should! provide the vice WASHINGTON (AP) The
:ton, in early September and begin to the health of the candidates. No .'0 I lurk M I Hrmnaiino ti 323th day of 1J84. There are 41 I'president with an official home only trouble with most adver.
campaigning in mid-September or later, longer can a campaign manager decline humhrt 4) On \\"\ h lkcsir days left In the year. Nixon said then he didnl want i iCongress Used shark repellants Is that
A more compact campaign would allow speaking Invitations because of distance 21 :Ape| ," ul 4. .th.., r I ( her pin "lIIm..ndn"f Today's highlight In history ,but to give him a home, i those which work at all are U
Congress to keep at the Nation's or lack of time. Local political leaders 47 Urn right ul India, 7 $p diner On this date In use, the first he would give unqualified likely to attract u to shoo off
business Into the summer without the are 1n.I.t.nTbey want the magic ofa 24 HMreaIS Hull Su :2 U>.ihf 8 Soothing I national encampment of the Civ. support to providing an official: i the dread killers of the see,
diversion of convention and would presidential candidate In the Sash If 25 C.roH; 49 II.ul tiring 3 OmrgcimV drug J U War Grand Army of the Re residence for future vice prest. This warning by the "shark

nuke the candidate i present their argument the pace must be maintained perhaps slap ) Ruin vrti 4 IndiMdiul 9 Yitto I asaembled at Jnd1anapoJI. 'dents. research p&nel" of UA Navy
Right ROW of .
more concisely The shorter cam. the distance of the race can be reduced. usher II ) ., tnd. | finest ,estates one Washing.ton's and civilian scientists was eon-
palgn might alto decrease sensational -The Washington, ,, Post I y 4 / II / 9 "a 10 Aevtfclnghiga'Ho On this date In 1620. the first I been mentioned as, a which possiblevice has pled with a proposal thai the
ii native I American child of the government do something about
In Lee's "r v./ ','l 0 q 16 JWM 1Iu1 ]Pilgrims, Peregrine White, was 1 presidential residence: Is 11 by> creating a federal agency
. Spirit fcelUda 1 recant and may again be avail.
to
IS
- I Dora aboard the' Mayflower UMassachusetts crack down ?? claims that'Order
,4 IS ,I' tleaa ere 1 able.
"
on
ban all In hit to aw in we r ssonuoaof I Bay. the fraudulent.
Washington and Lee University power le' taewhhelt This Is Tregaron which was TU
Virginian peace and harmony and In no way In 1870, German armies sur. .the home of the late Aabassa.dor panel agreed Thursday OB
of both greet '
.Nd .the memory "a r/hl' nNvye :
rounded Parts the Fran.co.Prustu recommending of
I during
the of the state or' Jeneral10vel'Mlftlt only one type
oppose policy V 4 Joseph E. Davies One of
to deciding to open Its door to 24 U..illila : repeUlIIt, 111 .
war
directed to that object"So a Navy devel.Wgrocln
II II II I.J bU I heirs said Dane had hoped ,
Negro students General Lee U buried In contrast to Jefferson Davin.who 10. 00. i' 1S Gr toad la It M, the United Daughters to have the estate wed for the sped dye ( ) Oat
In Lexington and the J6 l iewuwee c* the Confederacy opened their | ;PrOdecee Ia the ofree
ea the campus remained an Irreconcilable mourner o. 11 I. H II 17 Maid food dee presidency but never of. ,smoke water a kind
University still maintain the lad officebe of the lost cauae-Lte gave his gifts to ICth I annual convention in NewPort rem tt formally because ec: that confuses
M
used when be served as president of help build a new South. Until hi* death 44 J' Ji Jl Describe tporbU City the first held north :friends la the Senate said the lbaru &lid COnce&ll their potta.
t i tIa1
what was then Washington College. In 1170. he was president of Washington 14 txcMnmotI if the MasonJMxon Line. cost of maintenance would be Y1ctma.
Something of Lee's spirit plainly surVive College Certainly he would have applauded 1J J' SS '/ '/ ;; / m IMO, Hungary joined the :too
In the University, Ma schools decision to contort y/ / // /h Hunt r Nrlin-Tokyo AUs high COWER COUNTY NEWS
-
Before the Civil War Robert E. Lte with American practice by dropping racial lr.: .; 7.,1';; 1 II 3' 4. 4' litnralwtagdpkrope. In IM7. Princess Ellsabetk When Calvin CooUdge was"
did not deceive himself about the nature bar*.-The WaW ndto" foal t/ /' << became the bride of the duke vice president to was offered '?' :"*AL: CMAUCf. C4W.rbMMwrZ

of alIV"" He regarded the peru 4a fJ 4. / u 40*"Tatar jf Edinburgh.\ I the use of eo ereoa', Cas.He "*Ttl- AddddNt. Pens

liar institution a* a "moral and political 11 ., tl I tpn': potirvBird Ten years ago The com. ( ," a fancifully decorated ,ttStt&L a.,"?, ***** *..*.iaH
evil to the white race iH the U.N. and
evil-a greater 41 under la chief ,Burton OB lab street He. CeI'c:.'
t n
than to the lII.clL.la 1163 after be B*. Far East commands. Gee ,turned tt don aa too costly to 'l I... T.nn 0. M'
\n4
put his sword aside Lee said. *I think ay '/// S' :o//hlJ., 4I",rrrlH Ions) Hull, turned one Far East ,ran. 1 I=- use i ones Y: ... 0.i.n .
it it : of every cltiseai U the I Land forces to Gen. Harwell There baa bee talk
tone ,
.
theeo d1t o tt the eauSfcr Ie *. Pa' .,-". .25w .- __ U tr pott Taylor ofc :k yl4.r pats /see see






"'--



..

b
I

.





:e &4t 1t,, Glenn In Solo COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Wyle. Fl." Ffd.y, He1M 20TIIKKK wec' 5'to


Flight First
By ALICE RIDDIBA ,
.

Well. haDov turkey to even Since Accident
bodyfl ['s INlEt Thursday, Mr. lad Mrs BUI Grant ore
von
know Except we're having ham. i daughters Barbara and Charlotte EL TORO, Calif (AP) -Col. '
No matter what you eaU tt enjoyed a vacation trip. John H Glenn Jr climbed
bow you slice It, tt'i a day we or last week to Chattanooga, Twin. the let trainer and grtaaed treata.
' I should count our blearing and There they visited Rock C tty pily "Great," ne .... ye
1e b* thankful I i and Lookout Mountain and app.... trouble at all "
Wonder If you all know that elated the beautiful fall colors Newsmen were watting II
our i '
ofk But Naples football team la the Tennessee hills. Coming front of the hangar aa OteMi
the ,
I
Wtldcata". have .KM home, they pretended like tour retUI ned from his fllaM-
IOOdo late: again at Ocala milestone In 2S.year
looking cheer leaders We I and toured a career
find out their banes but will I the 'su Gun Territory" and wtilrh Included combat la two
1 while, you watch them mean. 4 other attractions The girls .*. war and three orbit of the
tor .
believe that they are w I IIa1l1.Djoyed the trip. earth in I 194*.
going to
n brine a lot of pep and Wednesday evening supper It was Just a twohour Jaunt Ul
'fit to our boyi out there support I tests of the Ralph Leigh family a Jet trainer But It was Ciena'*
their hearts out. playing were Rev. and Mrs. Lades Bar. first solo night since last January

ite M. 1.? DeJarnett of Naples go and two daughters and the when he announced he waa
Manor It In the Naples visiting evangelist, Dr. C. Roy retiring from the Marine Corp*
Com. i Angell. NT\V ''I'FII 1 | to run for the Senate In Ohio. t
'. munlty hospital. Wt hope his stay R I'' : ."I. i H 11'1'. 111Itall.
there will be a short on*. 'i 1'.1,1\" 1 '" .' I." Then, in February, he fell In

dn mm Murphy, son of Mr. and NEW STORE ('nunt, ('11.IIIi/I"1 l i of t ( ,"r II"", 'IK tllfH. Id, I ctt to inht i ; in his bathroom and Injured the
labyrinth of his left
lawn MI'" Leo Chlckerlng of Shadow Our congratulations to Don the photo 1'tll1'I", ( :; 1'1' '1<1 1, III illmin ( !Price! pieatdpnt dtaay spells ear which He stile-suffered

1 basic Avenue has Completed his Wynn and all hla crew on the Bottoiff and Ed" in A Jong, oUIIl"1111l PI't'lldelll a.:.,-, training with the U. S. nice, new Sunshine roodway and
political ambitions
Army and H* with f
hopes to get Hardware! --
a tear That was a good place
about Trice President drew from the Senate rare and 1
address Christmas Is as follows time Tommy's to meet all you neighbors Thurs. Aim At Nov. 25 wasnt pronounced fit to resume /q
!Pvt.Thom.u day. Think everybody In Naples flying until a month
I R. Murphy R A 14 884 313. turned out ago v'r
on opening day. It '
t Co. B 3rd. Bn. 1st. Tog Rgmt.. was font I For Glenn,, 43, the United' Stales ..
LaunchingCraft Immokalee first astronaut, retires Jan. 1.
U 5 A T C Inf. 8rd Platoon Wedding belli Chamber
the
were orderof
Fort Cordon lIo90l. He wont remain in the Re.erve \
Georgia the day last
Sunday at
Har. t
Although
Mrs. Travis Blckford of Na. mony Shores I Mrs Clara Powles To MarsCAPE week remain before only his a few 1L1
pies Manor was happy to have and Edward Knudson retirement ,
were united
her daughter son-tnJaw and her In marriage with Rev.0J.Drake KENNEDY (AP>)-The Seats New OfficersOfficers himself, he wanted to prove-to i'
,
others he .
granddaughter visiting with her performing the ceremony. All space agency now hopes to was fully recovered among -4hat _
last weekend. They are Mr. and are residents of the Shores. The launch the Mariner 4 spacecraft
Mrs. Ralph Revel and Sandy happy couple ar*on a trip thrown toward Mar on Nov 25 with a and directors of the of directors to consider In for was"The all doctor" assured me I (.rNFIUTION's: : : Miit Naples thirsts HI
from Adel, Go. the Keys.our congratulations and shroud designed to protect the Immokalee chamber,, of Com- mulitlng the for t the there's right, he told, "but the Edtfi.\\ ttfi Rtaili .A|' utm<'nt Hot.I nn Miami ,
Mrs. BUI Shedden and son payload during the rocket's up. program nothing tike getting tack Mm I K:, Tiffanv f Hmadalv 111 l ,"
best wishes I IMr merce were Insta led Tuesday coming year. Into the air again"' >" dKII.:11: *trend
Jamie of Gulfvlew Drive and Mrs. *. Perry Naylor of Har. phere ward rise through the itmos. night at a dinner at Michael'sRestaurant Mrs. Sidney Brown, assisted) He put In for a two.we refresher son-in-len Mi( and Mm, Hill Sihnfidtt ojJ i

spent Ralph Thursday Leigh of Rosemary In Fort Lane mOIl Shores was haoov to have Officials announced Wedne attended by approxi by Mrs. Stanley Heath and Mrs. course In Instrument Rockford: III. and then two dauirhteia Sail, ,
Myers. her daughter and son.ln Jaw, Mr. day, that the reinforced shroud merely 70 people. It was LAdies Ken Glidden were In charge of flying at El Toro Marine Air and Kath :t,

UNCLE and Mrs. Kenneth Krutt, visit will be fabricated of magnesium Night and there were an equal the table detentions which appropriately Station, 50 miles southeast of-
AILING i
her
t last Tuesday. The Krutcea ,alloy Instead of a number of men and women pre. consisted of< Los Angeles He made his first
The Bill Grant family of First flew their own planTfrom lightweight flight Naples Jajhccs sident of the Florida Jaycee :
Salina Wednesday with
night an
;fiberglass In a section sent
Street were called to Bell Glade Kan., to Fort Lauderdale used on Imrnokalee-g rown vegetables.' Instructor. Then as the Installing officer.
to at. Thursday he
recently due to the Illness of tend the Volkswagen convention i the llMaled, Mariner 3 shot on Don Dottorff, executive sec Included In the decorations were. > went up by himself Elect Officers Members of the group wit

Bill's uncle, R. H. Layneld. The From there, they came to Na. Nov. 8Mariner retary. Lee County Chamber of potato turkeys made by the: Glenn's Immediate planet, hold a dance Friday night, ". -
3 For
failed
uncle somewhat Improved. pies and with Mr*. Naylor they 1 bullet-shaped shroud when the Commerce was Installing officer 5th grade ellSl,taught by Terry To travel aa a goodwill ambassador Coming Year vember VI, at the Naples t\ .
Dan Paquette of House of Col. drove to Fort around the and those Installed werej Weed. for ,
Myers to enjoy i spacecraft apparently suffered the US Inform Gilbert Sorrnaon was elected man's Club for teen age I ant
ors did a beautiful, landscape dinner and a visit with trl.ndl. i structural collapse during the a William G. Price, presidents Miss Susan Dahl, sponsor of f lion Service, the Freedom president of Naples Jaybees. college/ students who wl be
painting on the walls of Brook. Mr. and Mrs George TaU.. Tony Rosbough, vice president the Foundation and the Scout.
side Billiards I i first five minutes after launch. Future Homemakers Club Boy at their weekly meeting last home for Thanksgiving, Ian(
We'd say well Mrs. Bob Moorhead of Palm 1 Ing from Cape Fred H. Edenfleld treasurer and members of the FHA servedas I To enter business u a member .
I Kennedy The night In the Naples L. Csballero U Jaycee advise
Lake has been Ul but of the board Community
Is Improved i shroud was unable to jettison William E. Newsome secretary waitresses of director of Center. He succeeds Charles to the group.
ITelevision !completely and Imprisoned the ) Edwin \.Jones, outgoing The meeting was the best at* the Royal Crown Bottling Co. Molt Other officers elected
UNHAPPY EVENTS To May with the national
spacecraft president ex-offlclo director
preventing It from tended In the history of the
Our hearts were Rick Johnson vice
and prayers go out ,deploying Its and the apace agency as an adviser president
powerrath.rlne.olar following as directors Immokalee Steel 1'loncr
to the Weeks Chamber of Commerce
families I First,Joe and Rick Aunt secretary
Week was seriously Injured In i panel and from achieving Sam E. Heath C. II. Canon, and much enthusiasm I treasurer The first r.,' I 11 t .t I I
By CYNTHIA TV-Ridlo LOWRYAP an auto accident while he was sufficient Journey speed for the Mars Wayne Gltddenj J. P. Magee was reported during the Idea* Scholastic Rrrord The Jiybecs an organisa wheel for railroad ,

NEW YORK (AP)Writer- Viewers paper out tending racks.to the Miami Herald Mariner 4 had been scheduled and Roy Howard C. Miller Ren/roe.John Michael formulating program Today's average American limn of boys of high school age dell produced 19th by centun Ueortf"' "

who tuned In Thursday night to Joe Is Improving :for Nor 17' until the trouble oc. of age 23 or over has completed sponsored by the Naples Jay a '.
CBS may have been surprised nicely This week, Mike ,curred Dottorff was In charge of the more than 11 years of cees. The new officers will be and foundry ounvtmlnfton. "
Del .
well, shocked Is more like It Weeks, son of Mr. and Mrs.Tom The space agency said the program after the Installation mi w YOURDRIVER'S '"- schooling; In 1940, the average Installed at the monthly dinner Ills n., '
III to find pretty little dancing Weeks and Jackie: VanDusen were work of readying the new shroud officers, which consisted of a lICENSE r'C'" for the same age group meeting of the Naples Jiycees replaced the ipok. < \
saved for "I
Leslie Caron playing the sleep both a road hurt when their car struck I Is being done on a Z4hourolodayul. "buic session" to try to develop DURING YOUR .t 1.._ was approximately 8 years of at the Elks Club December! lewithGeorge and Increased money tafrh the\ t "I t
walking scene In "Macbeth." the grader on the Trail near I b at Lockheed Missile and Ideas for the Chamber BIRTH MONTH I" """," '. Reardanvia-pre' road trivtl
If they were shopping around Food Bank. The toys were Space Co., Sunnyvale, Calif It program for the forthcoming .
the dial earlier, they may have on Jackie the same newspaper duty. I said one shroud has been com. year. Each person present wss II//eerra-es+..s.ar --
happened Maurice is a nephew of Mrs Joe pleted and la
upon Evans, expected to be requested to write down on a
the eminent Shakespearean ac. Week and has made his home flown to Cape Kennedy tht.-
tor, playing a warlock which Is with them since the death of his weekend after completing te.t*. separate she paper an Idea he or
a male witch, In ABC's comedy father a few year ago. He suf. thought the chamber could
Bewitched." fared sever facial cuts and The space agency ha* until develop and these ideas were
That's the way things are bruises, several broken teeth and Dec: 7 to launch the rocket. Aft.Ir then read to the group. After
these days, la television. :You a broken jaw. Mike suffered that Mar move out of position wards they were turned over
Just can't depend on people tostick hock but was treated at the' as a target to President Price for the I board

_to their public Images.. IIW hospital In the and hnenttaLO1 released Jackie Is ,. ? .. IJ
own inu way ever since sour ,
Berle stopped telling Jokes to, Doth 16 year old boys have a WARMTH this winter
play unhappy dramatic chug host of friends who wish them cozy
ter. well And we think It's about NOON M' I

Miss Caron of course, was 1 time GOOD the Weeks family have some STOCKS
luck.
Just doing the Macbeth bit aa a
gag on "An Hour with Robert; Mr. and Mrs.Huey McClelland,
Goulet," a very curious variety: former East Naples residents, NEW YOhKAP( )- Sto'.' ks 41 'uar':
special. now living at Clewlaton, were
It started with back here last weekend AllUChal f2>4
a sketch about visiting FruehTr 31 PI 4CenOyn PepCola 60%
a backstage conference on what 'Mrs. McClelland's brother and AmCan 43HAmCran 39'4CenEl PhllMor 75V4PhlUPet I .
kind of a show to build around Ister.ln4aw, the Raymond ..... 88 SO'/i 35V4 f tir
the singer In real life, they nev. ors of Holly Terrace. AmnMot II GenFds MViGenMllls RCA 34''
er did come to a decision because air. and Mr*. C. E. Furr ar. ATaT 87% 45V Reifitl! 44>"4 4.,,
It was a hodgepodge of rived back to East Napes this AmTob 35V4 CenMtrs 98% Revlon 38''. 1t h
formal production numbers, a week from their home In Ala. AmpxCp l/i' Goodrich 61'/4' ReyTubSIRegP U"'i
couple of adllbbed Interviewswith bama. They are located la Palm Anaconda 55% Goodyr 47'% UI/ .a ... __
Goulet, some tapes made take Trailer park but have prop. Armour 55% GreynndGulfOll 23% Seaboard 50' a 11 I rv
during his appearances In nightclubs arty in the Lake Kelly &ibdlvl.slon. Babcock say, II Sears I345V>
and on the Ed Sullivan They brought ua some of BethStl 37/4 IntHarvInlNIck 86 CiaclalrSocwiy '
Show u well as some other that good Alabama sausage 1 Boeing 87H IDI2 : 1ir
songs. My family also enjoyed a good Borden 668H IrtPapJunesAL 34% SouthnC e43"4
Evans, a most distinguished fish dinner this week, red and BruncwkCaterTr lailt UperryRCtBrand 14H r
performer, didn't hare much to black grouper, compliments of ae% KalsAl 311,1, ales
do on "Bewitched." Moat of the Evelyn Ddismore of North Nap. Celtnete 73% ken'COlt DS StONJBludvbak slay
acting on that show anyway Is lea. Evelyn and a party of friends Chrysler 58% UglMy 87'/4 84 yi
done by the special effects de. 'enjoyed a day of Gulf flahlng,with CocaCola 137% Loch'd: 38 Swift 54''
pertinent of the studio. They I good results yet Com Ed 55% Lorillard 45 lit' Teiaeo IW'
make people disappear In a Let's be thankful I res,"know ConEdlS 3 HDowche Honw 134% TMdlol 13V4118W e
burst of flame or a cloud ofsmoke. we have horrible things like sand n'/4duPont MM4M 59>,, UCarb .
Inanimate objects fly burrs' and moa iitoee but on the S13'/4' Mohasco 14% UaFrultUBBteel 17 H
around madly. And according to 'other hand, we have big, beeutL. EAL OH Monsto 15 lie (8'/4' .and COOL
comfort
the rating, the public love ev. fat sik full moons (like I see out. C Kodak l/tale MontWd ISl14 UnlvMatWeMgCl/ I/yj next summer!
cry minute oUt, the window right now), we Firestone 43'iFlaPw Nat Diet Z8HSI m

[vane, however, was most 'have the world's prettiest aim. I 90 NAmAvPenrey WlnnDliWoolwth Jg% SAfEST CLEANEST CHEAPEST WITH YEAR ROUNO
attractive U he snarled and 'seta, wa have dandy .now.t,.. 1 ria PAL tl% eg'7. I ash -
snorted at Elisabeth: Montgoro. winter' we have good neighborsand I Ford 5S'/4 PRR 42'"t
cry, his daughter In the show, alee postmen (bring our Reverse-cycle Electric AirconditioningOne
and stood by looking haughty u bills), we have more good thing
vests shattered and books flew 1 Ilk. guava Jelly, papaya juice and
round the room. the 10,000 Islands, We have

ly schools rather, churches who loves and aa a alit Heaven I Let's r WE NEED YOUR HELP! compect heating and cooling ay' last several years Now everyone can

Troy weight 1s the weights remember every day to say, t..d.,.. both' Just dial for tool comfort afford thiacomort So, pin t he hundred

system used for precious .Thank you". in summer and cozy warmth in winter of thousands of Floridians ready I enJoying .

metals and gems See you next week. To Count Our Numbers No need to take up precioua space in tote truly modern, double bleaaing

your home to install) healing equipment See
dmlir conch-
your applian a <1Itlr
beoaua reverne-cycle central and win

TORO.AUTOMATIC That Sunday, end through the week, dow models now coat little more than honing. cnnlrattor ixdav7TU

traight cooling unita .So,ththtattngram w

SYSTEM Catholic worker" will be knocking on fort i if practically a free bonus And the ,
SPRINKLER
door the recent f 10 million electric! rate redut
your as Diocese of Miami tsket
tion (our 4th major price cut in SO! years ,
'
a consus of Catholic f.milhsn( the 16 make year-round eJecrtric air conditioning

the biggest bargain ever

counties of the Dtc.... SAFEST by far Uxauae year.round o t '

electric air conditioning la fl.mle-" and ,c etartt '

If you are a Catholic, wo will appro* fume",. Needs no flue'orventa.and it's t/bat 1 : .

Li I free Into conafantly burning pilot flame + :
I late you cooperation greatly' In this
very CLBANE0T, too! Flameleaa elec tri,

tOftOAUTOMAtlCAUTi necessary work floss answer the city create no grimy products ,*
cookbusUon It mean far lea dueling '

r.w workers' questions and deanfnf" phu substantial aavmgaIB

re'deoogstmg t cota I 1 xKleetgM
i oi f* mft I .... -K;; .. If
"
yow see not a CafhoCc and a work Air Con4itonen have bran

dtae4haDy reduced in price, over the >4 1 1nw
er knocks at your door, wo hope yow I ,I' was .I "w

wilt understand and forgive our knock, owof*pats paid* nudmtiulloewrt hour

1h Lv Now cheaper than ever toGO
; / fadt VV
We t( ALL-ELECTRIC
greatly appreciateyour C -L

STAHLMANvM fl lumeless LiNitj. than to usg It In combination/

help with flami-typt f fualt.

M.; '. '

( II Ml 2-34 22 FLORIDA I POWER t. LIGHT I COMPANY,

Nflrr I', ', II llpArDA



-
..
.

t






Figure Seminoles Gators Eagle Coaches

,
To Take Close ,


Evenly Matched Tomorrow T Look At 'Okee'Naples


1 4LLAHAMEI (AP) ft'i. after this. one sad eMt accepta High School footbtl
fvuii Steven going Into the Plot bowl bid until after Us Nov i1x coaches: will travel to Clew1l. .

nit State v*. Florida football 18 meeting with Miami. But If ion tonight for aflrst-Dsnd loot

, aiue Saturday afternoon the Gators beat FW they will at the Okeechobee: Brshmsns,

That ,is to laY, the winner d*- be the favorite for the Oator an Improving ball club that .Is.P0RTs.1

I it lids on whaiber Stew Tea Bowl. meets Naples next Wednesday)

'i Steve Spurrier can do UMM Hovering In the background Okeecbobee. 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.. FU, Fnd.y, Nortmb.r JO, IY4

h., t job of cranking up till are possible Bluebonnet and After losing their Brit four ,
it'am Uberty Bowl bide.
by shutouts the Bran
''hmt) hu quarter barked thlI'M The bawl possibilities only ad. games
mans have split their last four
SemlnoUa tu seven vtcto.if ded one more source of pres. To Win
for a current 2-6 record. Otee- Favor Hurricanes
' me loan and one tie sure to an annual rivalry.FlU .
ball
:>iuiiler' ha quarterbacks has never whipped Flor. chobee "Is agood defensive

S "i, Florida Oatorti to five vlo.i Ida although one of their six ( club" Coach Jerry MorrU declared

i ales I and two lo sai>. meetings ended In a*tie. after he watched films
Over Vanderbilt TonightMIAMI
Mils Is the windup for FlU This is the first time they of last week's Avon Park -

.1 S i II they win the Seminoles have played at Tallahassee, an Okeechobee contest.

u "S <'Haiti' to be Invited to play enlargement of Doak Campbell Avon Park team
strongest Fred *
But Quarterback
AP Miami and
i ;.at or Bowl Jan. 2.i Stadium to 31,000 seats this fall In the RldgeConference.picked: : (two) koff will be ready and B SInIVanderbilt
sophomore
i Isudu i ) has two more gannet made It possible to cram in at touchdowns at the sophomore records of All.
,. up two early gift teams, collide In
least those a who reasonable proportion of PREFERRED NOT to meet you here" may have been what but found tough going thereafter the Orange Bowl tonight with America George Mlra. With two

While Henry driver of No 27, told Bill Bigley, pilot of No. 44. when against the Brahmans. The the Hurricanes favored to win games to go, Blletnlkoff 182 needs

Patriots' Plans terbacks stock cars came together last Saturday during a race at Naples final score was 2S-6.Ok cho- their fourth straight. passing six pass and completions 163 yards, total yards of.
of Vander.
most as Spectators look over the damage. Another card of races bee's two victories have been bUt The aren't Commodores being taken lightly by tense to tie Mira In these three

focused on for the local track tomorrow night. against Fort Lauderdale Nova Miami Coach Charlie Tate al. departments
Tonight Hinge FlU and and Moore Haven
though Vandy has an undlstln.

Around Parilli Ida.As a Naples a tie to with show only against a victoryand seven gulshed 'S.i"record.
Vanderbilt has
Like Miami
Yahl's Performance ,
has caught losses Is Idle this week. The been forced to go with a lot of SEC Making

DC,.IIN) < (AP)-Boston Coact yards and Eagles hope to close the disappointing sophomores and key fumblesand

.O i'Novak) whose Patriot tlon 1964 campaign on a badly executed plays have
; : In In
M 1 iv> 4..UK hdown favorites I cheerful note with a victory hurt. Without these, the 7.7 tie Exceptions
'" II i Denver tonight, hal caught 34 Okeechobee with Mississippi and two lousesto
0I"j, his offensive plans Inns and ranks Be Tough To Surpass night.at on Wednesday Kentucky and Tulane might Bowl Bid Rules

". Whatever they are, a have been victories Instead.
>lIb: fitrure- Babe Parllll al's fourth Coaches still are not certain: Bob Cummings, Miami's de BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -
''I i liun Into action. 110 Yahl In the other heat whether senior tailback! Donald Game postponements caused by
i put \ hard for stock car and one heat race. He Just race. tensive line coach who scouted
Ajid it's ,HI mystery Denver'ISl'ecdle points to Yahl to last missed a clean sweep, finish Behind Yahl In the feature Walker will be ready for action the Commodores, called this a Hurricane Hilda and television
top
:;, has vowed the Pa. passing ha log second to brother Richie were Don Blankenshlp and Leo then. The shifty 145pounderthe ,, team 'that is always on the have prompted the Soulh.asternCant.r.nc.
,(M *oii't, repeat their lopEd.tH.1i Florida when nard Chesser. Richie Yahl team's best runner re-In- verge of exploding to make an "allow

I ( victory over the Bron. nine ference with the track Saturday was a close second In the jured his left knee last week "Against Mississippi,"he said able exception" on Us football

S,S' ,':tiilor this season. and did In the Sebring "they went 50 yards In 11 playsIn bowl acceptance rules.
semi-feature and Blanken not play
I I'Jta recta lend support to this per and three of the Soft Helmets Walker's third a drive that was a thing of Namely, said SEC Commls ,
This Is
daft to peak ship was third. game. stoner Bernie Moore, they were
itantion.' One, Denver's races In last
That made Ole Misscome
beauty.
.' te ins shown tremendous week of dominate O.B. Osceola took over the major Injury of the season factors about which the schools
to
from behind In the last
.) imrvement the last few They Tomorrow's card Advised For 13th lap to win the feature three minutes to salvage the tie affected had no controlThe .

mos Two, Boston has eight Spooner 8 race In Jalopy competition. "Against commissioner saldThurs.day .
at Kentucky Vandy
,ilkrnc: wounded Including Wayne promptly Grid Nokle Mallory paced the field that SEC teams which maybe
trailed 14.0. Then
track Radio Players they began
;
on
fl:mkei Art Graham and left Both for the first 12 laps but Os Abbott Takes ramming the ball down Ken. recipients of offers to appearIn
of the airport.
atfbai J K Ron Burton. strong, MIAMI BEACH (AP) Safe.ty ceola got on the Inside on a tucky throats and scored twicein bowl games may accept such
starting earlier be
men conclusion of
Invitations at the
The were hurt In the 38.28 said."I'D dark this conscious football players curve and passed the frontrunner Class A HonorsAt 14 minutes. Kentucky had to
sooner the final of their regular
game
:tor;> over previously unbent. IngYet on should do away with hard hel. block an extra point pass to win 1964 season's schedule.IHls .
fall.
,'lluffuo: last Sunday during and mats and ditch the face masks, Wally York led the way to 22.21'Alabama
'ifr.n +'aillt--ope attng from Florida Is 28, a 19S6 Ford says a brain surgeon. They'reno the finish line In the semi- Beach ClubTom the nation's No. 2 tie said, will affect Mis.slsslppUMlaslsslppl .
the checkered flag team was the sole opponent to Statewhosegame
lie van s new spread formation good ,
foalng feature for Jalopies. Malloryand
hurled five touchdown passes, Blletnlkoff semt-feature. Dr. Richard C. Schneider of Abbott won top ClassA beat Vanderbilt without trouble, was postponed until Dec.
Immoki-
of
Griffin
"We'll start the same often Florida 'the University of Michigan, said R.V. gross honors In Wednesday1. After a dismal .t&rt. Miami 5 to accommodate national tel..
c /e an'1 defensive units we used with Thursday he has analyzed 225 fa* lee won heat races. It was outing of the Beach Club Men's has bounced back and If the Hur vision and Louisiana State, Tu.
Ing
in Buffalo," Ilolovak said yards and tal and very serious football In. only the second night of racingfor Golf Association Ira Capelleand rlcanes win tonight they would lane and Florida The Tulane.
I ilia Patriots must win all lour Back In juries Griffin. tied for low move Into next week's grand flnale < Duke, and LSU>Florlda games
Seymour But Henderson
tmalnlng games to keep dive early .... About 18 per cent of football John Batton of Rock Creek with with Florida at Gainesvillewith were postponed when Hurricane a
lelr hopes of catching Buffalo ular fatals, he said, are head and Trailer Park won the door net honors in the class, a record of ..-..1 and could Hilda came Inland In October.

n the Eastern Division. Denver,, Saturday spine Injuries. Of th.125 cases, prize, a shrimp or chicken scores of 71. Abbott fired athreeoverpar be credited with perhaps the fin. Specifically Moore said,

4.8. comes here fresh from a 20. Injured he said only three were attrlbu. dinner for two at the Carousel 75 est comeback of 1984 In college schools originally planning to
(8 onquest,: of New York and Hawks youth football ted to preexisting conditions Restaurant Chip Brumflel and Frank football. conclude their schedule Nov. 21

'ec all ing the previous meeting play.John swing back Into ac- "Everyone has the Idea that Track officials announce s GrUwold were in s tie with Tonight, the Hurricanes will may accept and announce ac.
resulted In with a 630 honors in be handicapped by the Injury ceptanc. at the end of their
aisle Boston which sophomore game the more rigid the helmet, the demolition will be held 81's for top gross
speedle replacing Jack Faulk. punting. Gorda Tiny Tar- more protection. That Is wrong derby Class B. Bill Koegel with loss of sophomore fullback Fred games this Saturday this would
November 28. Anyone may Involve LSU Tulane and Ken.
.er as oach. Coach Punta Cords field. A softer helmet with more give with 70, won low net honors In the Cuddy, the team's second lead' ,
Denver will be trying to snap, tamurrl's Hawks would be safer he told the Con. enter this popular event, class.In Ing ground gainer. tucky
Incentive a $75 prize for Also schools which planned to
the
The Broncos haven't
;o Jinxes a four straight games grass of Neurological Surgeons Class C. L.W. Youker
conclude their schedule Nov.
on
MI in Boston since the nut, here the last car running.
with
AFL Sept 9 1960, this tie and with 92 was low gross win- Six SEC Schools 28 may accept and announce
01 game, "Without face masks boys
And th.b"v.n't won any road I punted : : loss The Hawks would play safer," he said.He ner, and low net honors went acceptance of bowl bids after
Coach Tie Tigers, 25* chairman of the f that date. This In.
I. ime tii the last 14, their mow I had criticised a "spearing"where to outgoing In Cross CountryRaces games '"
'.e cent success being lSoO at Su\ the "a ago, and were Idle the tackier dives headfirst Draw Doubles association, Frank Blair with On' Monday 'eludes the other eight tee

Diego, Nov. 4,1902.hip of Florida at the ball carrier hoping schools, Moore said.
week. Wildcats 95- to make him fumble u "bad Tennis 73.The annual election of officers BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Moore said this represents u
TourneySet "
I in the ftorlJ "I after playing seven coaching" and said ladders for 1965 was held by Six Southeastern Conference "allowable exception, not an
il ludfK two a row, will be Idle should use Just their hands for the group Thursday evening at schools will battle for the con. alteration of the SEC rule cor.
Gull ( mitt im title Bring bowl participation. The
won
For ference cross country ,
SundayNaples
safety
Peterson the Beach Club and WlIf Wood UI rule announcement
In 1963 by Tennessee, when the prevents any
was elected chairman for the previous to completion of the fl.
27th annual SEC crona-country
Recreation Department coming year OJ. Stevens 1s meet begins Monday In Georgia. nil game of the team In
and Naples Tennis Club the new co-chairman. Fondy WHSHutsell volved.
Meet director ,
will sponsor s "draw doubles"tennis Adams secretary and Wally Auburn coach said 38 runnersare The commissioner said the

tournament Sunday at 1 McCune was re-elected trey expected to participate. SEC clarification was made "to nul.

p.m. on the courts at Cambier surer. schools entered In the varsity lity the handicap being placedon
Park. some teams, which might be
Alabama,
division are Auburn,
under consideration for bowls
Recreation Director Julius Florida Kentucky, Louisiana
Lesser forecast a large turn Mrs. DuBane Wins State and Mississippi Slate by forces beyond their control."

out of men and women for this

tournament. Every player has At Big Cypress

a chance to win, whether he Is
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Mrs. Eleanor DuBane was th t
-
a beginner oranadvancedplayet winner of the "Eleanor DuBan,

Lesser said. Trophy Tournament" conclude c
Luck as well as skill will Wednesday at Big Cypress Country Ir

be Involved as each playerwill ; Club. Mrs. Marge Schneldewas

BROOKSIDEMMNG draw his partner and play low putts winner needing >I R

four games with Mm,then draw putts to complete the 54-hol 1

again for four games with another lourney.
partner. Individual scores Two other participants In till I

will be computed and trophies tourney failed to rain any tq)
more, but tabbed Wednesday',I al,
awarded to the winner and run
sling In the final round i inicceaaful t I
nerup. day. One boasting o r
Those interested In compe-
a special accomplishment was
ting in this Interesting! tournament Mrs. Mary Gordy, who after try.,
should be on the Gambler inc for two years broke tha t

tennis courts Sunday at 1 p.m., lO&scora barrier She had ti
1t
Rj I Lesser declared. hare, however her basting wit]1t i
Mrs. Carr who posted her fin t

8\ KILLEBREW'S'NEW HIGH ore In the 80'..
announced then,
A spokesman I
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The 49
home runs hit by Harmon Killf- rill be no ladlai tournamen t

brew thin year marked a new high Hiuraday' which la Thanksgiving)r
for the Twine' outfielder. Two Jay. On Thursday Dec. 3, how,

years ago he hit 41.Klllebrtw vet, competition will be ren.wttCand I
now has hit more plans call for a best ball

BROOKSIDE BOWL than 44 home in each of his >Und partner tournament.
v
-- last foUl American League >e.- a

one and has led the cu' alt the .
'ahf
The PIII.Iur.SIt\ I."
'last three "un Vktin's in>re hrs ,., I
pt" teat descrsuir I te '*
r onh 21.
/ Nfl ''ar' t e i rag ihi' > :*h'ras '" '"
; The Killer's m 01' betted
DOOR PRIZE PLAYERS Hi," <'" 3 FOR BILLIARD .m pui h," tb,,, r' jo RBIlees PC"
\\ '
lOT ",,' ,,r r "f <) ar i
During Our Grand Opening7WINSTRUCTION
\eatss II'e a&" Itr.'s





AVAILABLE FOR BEGINNERS ", (STOCK CAR RACES


,
J

4 AMF regulation billiard tables and 1 table tennis ,1' Every Saturday Nite! NO FAIR-Y A. Tittle Is hit from behind to prevent an

accurate pan This Is the way foes have been treating the

set in a modern air conditioned, beautifully 8:00: P.M New York Giants' quarterback roost of this season.A' .
t

decorated atmosphere..Come and enjoy the NAPLES SPEEDWAY ,....... --


games, designed for the pleasure 'oe -' Admituon $1 SO Demolition Burger

of the entire family! ---" Students $1,00 Derby

......,. t Children under 13 fret lee, ,.. tos ell aCM

W, i \ Palace


Snack Bar Special V EAST NAPLES


i During Our Grand Opening ON!' THE nAIL


TURKEY SALAD SANDWICH 194= OPEN 24 HOURS '(



Wktre is* CeffM Is Jet TOT rrxisrBCBCZX

2025 Davis! Blvd. East Naples 5c IX TOn








'
.



I 1 .






COLLIN COUNTY NEWS, Neple III.. PreI.,. Ne,ombor 20 "I'M 7 I






E'\ IIDII lEUJCIm (fjl I Policies And Problems I -y-y--J 1 _f __





Of 1963 Still With UsNEW I. I : 1



KOI a YORK (AP) In the u far more raonv taut ro rattan _

mr sine bullets cut abort the spendingoars,

m I WURJJEEMCHECK I Ills of President John F. Kenne.ty Savings Institutions ire pt.

( the economy has continued tax many of the dollar, too.IMay's 1

Its teady climb with only ocefealomU annual rate ta .stlm l. / 1 1 1

bobbles and with raltfflv.Ing .4 at >... billion Ming; .\e _

-W--- THESE ADVERTISERS -- -- mostly proving temporary. Mr Indlvlduala, against $r 1 nu

Policies under way a year ago Hen a year ajo.

are by ai J large tlll In effect The prosperity ha* sent In.

ANTIQUES DRIVE INS LAWN CARl or increasingly taking effect C-ustrlal production climbing

And many ot IMS' problem almost BteadUy, with the rare l

SMITTY'S PAWN. SHOP atL Bt.IGEI': cAL are itlll with us too. dip charted to temporan bc,

TOM \ Most individuals and business tors such a* strikes The tor.
w N SH U -
""' '' \ firms are more prosperous to eminent' index shows the out.

Ob? tn Airport' Reed f an l't'THure (lEI.frl>,!:'n LAWN & SHRUB day. Most can count more money put of the nation's factories, Announcement I 21 -lost & Fotfnd 55 .Stores Office

In prof mines and utilities
.c OClfts llfff-llim B.wwj.i' at band wages or 131.7 percent

JprV-: JIpm Ml ,.U H CARE .... its. Most seem more confident of the 1857.59 avenge, up Vt.KA BtAt I'n SALON toil."d .,, '7< ,''e" I".. I
Jowolry AntloAiot lie from 10't th M "'''" '' 1".. ,, ," ,111 r 1bars
'ro-ere 1Z6.11
height Smithol
RNA ran/,:::: S llmtl, MI s-$1/ that still niftier year aco. Corn.. llth ArC a tildnmN, u "I'' j,1 ;"weed : ,,,,,, ., : IF1 ;;"l,, '1M'
ahead.And The covernment statistic re. rth Street Ml I M'7UNIFORMS III? ,. : .1M II I II

BARBER SHOPS DRUGS yet In more sober mo. Beet the growth In the economy Ins. II '"

SERVICE STATIONS merits moat realize that the over the last year One of sever 23-Miic. For 5M For Sal

toi51'> Herker She** tame trouble spate and uncer.taintles al mirrors of confidence can be $3.1I.$1/51 All 1111-N' .
St. R. PRESCRIPTION til** and I."$. W* hevo added Four piece white v'tvlnt lrn
ll Three Pork Mttr Ml.2-4449 I.."... : BO B SNALEINOPPINO still preach cautloni found In the stork market A a.ree tuetLINNIE porch lewn or Piii* lurnllur.M .
Filled ''IC.II."*.... heXiikhoM fur NeplM, Minor 1 bedroom
CENTER ACCURATELY \ SERVICE. unemployment too hip for year ago the Dow-jones aver S UNIFORM 'SHOPINS Fl,.. mtMpc 0/11., Stshl" MIS1022 bath I Flerldo, room corpora. *.

Two Masts Brbrt Prompt Pree Delivery STATION complacency and till largely age of 30 Industrial stocks stood H.'l&t ?"O'I7''V' Con b. Mq 111511C.I'n utility lot beautifully room UO'.HI eo.with... |,

Open 8-3i30 t.c.et Sun. DON'S MecKonl (toad Service unyielding foreign challenge just above 742. ----VCAA THOMAS .tropical. 1 nail landteopoJ driveway

Men fnd Tiny Hilt '/1 duty Woldina, only partly predictable and The rise of nearly ISO point Drill Attention. el ill kind, ,, 554151 end 0011-' 01.5144 Mourn completely' furnieh, I Ied
1-1011
N.tu r.1W.r LIGGETT REXALL SpKloMtlng in Even.". OowniMl rv "'1.. 114000 *y appo'"
since
| Ullr.0. Heir ... 4060 Nortfi"' Troll, MI 2 3817 changing from day to day) the then fount measure the 9.$5$ 11/U ItAnderion moll
.. T.nlc-InSulr. .
.. Shopping Center 2-2136! outflow of dollars reduced a bit prosperity, but It does show how FOR I /eb wall 4pn* fooling Aiteciatei
NORTH NAPLESRINDEROARTEN cln COt 5005 w.Ih 2 CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR but I constant worry to the many Americans evaluating it. Rent ileclric: ihi r.pdoor IIN.Blel I. W,1hl

guardian of the dollar' value 1M DnyMl Furmlu.c 11/17 H


J E RR Y' S JAEGER_ INSURANCE V tl ment and reputation dispute )able labor.manage.to clip the PUBLIC NOTICE 217113BoatsMotors 26PersonalALCOHOLICS POLLY


DRY CLEANING U'IIMO"'A""A""'''' I ; ,1 economy' growth, however t.m.I I NOTICE, or 'INTINTION' TO Atcei.licrlflc ANoNtMOUl REALTY

MONE DAY AU'O.MO"'I C .... porarlly and posing new uncer.taintle REGISTER' FICTITIOUS' NAME Men .. wuitSO 01.,T1nnkln. .
OWN""I" Jofsou..Fan \ *rJ Th.. undrlgnd doe hereby certify .bl..... Ask let tidy" by alas Oo* Oewty. Polly RtaltorCorner
SERVICE of their *
A'l I NA..MO..NClC.N'U. own. the I .m conducting 1 maul ( .n. M21111 V'.dPf1'" I.NI111y, IM Av. No and I

2'7390 NORTM TRAIL' 'I E-flll WORK OVAKANTttDIII But the figure In American kulnt' *t ISO fth ...... ....'". Sal Chinge', ot "in I1''i'; \ ore CS,*.,! ....c."'.. M,4In1 .Ii PLUM 1051151 1,511.
842 6th Ave, So MI.I I balance book how how today' ,Neplet Collier' County Florid, Craft Twin I"..".., Heedfunk Iaplnt Chuch Ana .5 115SI MI154.
f M An .. Ml I.(40) undir th. f.etlll.usnom. of NA. ., 0."," ,inner, li.rch N till Av. 1Mh" 104pl "I I llth It North I
prosperity compare with Its ALES MOTOR LOOQI and th.t .id ::A
Cuitom mete Cuinionind mlhl .1 I NKV: .' bed000m I bath, Hood ,
i' already high level a year ago. firm competed ci( the follBwIngperten I Cock Fit Coven,. |J.oOO. tlorns lloctric. kitchen U'oI' I Ily ,

JEWELERS UPHOLSTERY In the fall of 1963 the dollar *whoa/It .. n.m....11.....end, piece ofroeidenc firm .Coll MI t 1141 end. MlIllI 36-Wanted Ta fluyU.ed room Mreoned porch O. I
Wl..1' 114..1 and Air Ton $15100down !
value of the nation' output of ALICE N OANUIt172 rig ., .
Mil IIOJ.. monlh u'
f / TROPICALMEADORS' I lit Street SouthNeplet O' /I.lllta ,,.ku, i.u.WUood .....Ud .... ,
,,,lit and included
good and services was running Florid. Flb.rIart
If ..
YOU CAN ADVERTISE !} ,. .dol.' 0' S> *jnP.o.l "
DRAPERY at In annual rate of $587.1 bll. Oxmer.hip' of NAPLES MOTOR IMI CNRI'rii"A'TI Monl.,, ce C., NO CLOSING f O\ T
IN THIS LODGE I 1. follows'ALICE ji.
SPACE *l :
t f UPHOLSTEJW lion. Today the figure 1* $2M N DANICN 180% Died Sail, Beet (rok.r.gtrult I M3:4\ Si,eel *. VINCE CONBOY57Houiei I
It U /Intention to to th ( >.Imlth Chrll Cr.rt
CALL Ml 2.2107 JEWELRY billion with still higher total my apply *
Aw
Clerk aIS.* Circuit Court in .nd Sob M.rtin' MI | |TIOwnir 111 Sth Pu4wby

FOR DETAILS. Ml | lOll k ESTIMATES forecast. for Colli.r County. Florid. ta re'*, I8-Avitoi For *.leTUP Mt Ism -- I
Personal Income was running liter the teid. ...",. of NAPLES ".. IIM 17'fiberglii 0-- A'IAIL..L.. NOW'I"'r T,? ;;;;I
.1. to tell -
TIT FIFTH AVE .0 TTj fth St. No. Ml.2-910) MOTOR LOOQC under th* provlnoni ."," oedroomi ..trt : '4111.1OS "
at an annual rate of $406.3 bll. of C"..... 00003 Ltwi of Plop sill all.. o co Cob..II orii boil 1541S with toe GRADE UUfl CARS ,lorg. Inn, mm. "" I lhdtr I

lion a year ago. It hat continued Id.. Aeti of IMI\ H P Evlnrvde' outboard ", lth"ee''c ) COLLIER <* oven 'In Nepi.t' nPriced < .
WITNESS my hind sod tell COUNTY from 111 MK 'n l II'l <""'
,, to climb and today I* put at ISIS, and diy ot Nev.mb.r I I'MALICE *ioet tlirter Motor ItM Treller Murreytreller .... MOTOR NO c,..,... .0'". (JIM" ii.I ',

1411 .s billion. R. OANSEM thin I month old. end Ion thin from S dm to 1 pm .'.n

EGLER'S Those extra dollars, some $32 :CONDON. et McOANIELAttorn.y. Law 14 hour running, tlm In per M Lail Chrytltri t niiv5, =Ih': Sunday from, I..pm Murlii to 1. pit Lan.5r11Mldw i -'
/led condition' Ilk*
billion, are going for many'...111' licit ...lIdl". niw Cott now over ebioKil.ly tl.*00: Willtecrifiro Limited rate IiWrR.'N: VII., .. P.aow tiVfm ".
h Florid I ..., For te*
for |IIM Cm bo
thing They are pushing 'l.
up Nov II, 00. ,. IIM alit .t Ilil 14th Av. No rOll one of Mi t'ger ..I',*>*?!> Wood FLORIDA REAl
I". personal pending, from $377.4 Ml' | M>I WU It Cl rytl. ,.r Ptymonth I1/111 .'
ESTATE MART
In.ROOMIIOE
OR N E R By HAZEL ABRAHAMSON ". billion a year ago to around REQUEST t DOOM FOR ICOANINolle (101 17 rl Chn" Crefl sum u ream "8 r.1 ,pz ( VILLAGENAPLES '
.
Convertible r1 Anr IIMml
end
boot, tide curtemi top
. . . . . . . ." $494.8 that billion retail now. And that I..r/.f* County I* "*,.b.Commltiionert given' th.,, Col lba Two II HF II Johnton Motor Powerglide. p..".4r b,..... __ FIAft ,
mean salts rid. while If03Iens /
are tier County, will, receive leeied bid! like hew Trtiler" A I condition' tidewellt Ml, orI t TMIt new *R hem ol
lag high above last year, that .I the Ceurthouie. Cut NepiM. Flo. '100 or will ,..d. for Jeep, fto 114 ISO
Int_ "ct"W
.
tell It PM 1 tilt
\ i)... the service Industries are taking until 154 o clock: P M Tueiday. .11. .... eoVO Reertef
11/11 11SBusiness
-. Decimb.r |, |tt4 for the followingllemi M Tenth H NomMI I Mil
of equipment I$M Ford Wegon, .....,'".II, '
key with the rolledof Four ((41, INS I door; .....". with/ good condition' Vy' InOld. .>' .alb, *-nei I bid.ram '
, and Al 661 for high score :
PUBLIC NOTICE
BROOKSIDE BOWL men Hajek high the following' MINIMUM' ipecifici" Opps.iitebliihoTTerTTe'TleTon'Tir. end out Ml |'U.1t I bith Cl Awes on

It teemed to be a morning the opposition. Paul Crlcken- each tenentriesdeclaredthe Hold' IM whMlblte ,I ayl 171cu 11/11 II Tt" l ill MO Ml 7414ten I
manual It
in diipleeem.nl .
for picking up splits Wednes- berger tossed 213 loner and winner. Handicap of 75',,4 of 200 NOTICE: Of INTENTION: TO I .,..... IrenemiMien, engine. IMXII; llrei leeie Contect Leonard Hen : i
REGISTER' FICTITIOUS. NAME IIM PINS Av Solll
day In the Sugar and Spice Carrot Arnold scored a 204. is used. The undenigned ton hereby eon with ....... heeler a defroeler. dlreclimel hlnet.lot 41 -Trutki' TyttortU.MC 5515 AIOUT our 1 eR nom. ,
Retell ngnele: II volt elMlrlcillyitem under 1IOe/raCllln, nn S." I
I 10m conducting ;
League. AM Wynn convenedthe ooo tlfy uilneii that it It* fl".r. color. off whit Ther will TRl't'U' Circle" in NAPl 11 MUM H
most difficult the 4-7-10. PINE LANES The report of the Bowlererte Ids, under the til'P': Clma' of :b. lrd in of three HI IMI FordFelcon Wanted I III.MCI With. gourl: I.rm.
I door 12-Help
eedeni on the obov
THE: COTTON HOP .nd thit 1114.' Th* b.it for yV mono* DOWN PAVMINT' PHUBWIIUAM '
and Frances Walker became the of Wednesday night Is .uniti I r.d.d.* miy be teen atIII '' lIM" \.. .5I,1 ,11- '
Betty Geltz made the 5-7 League firm I N competed o/ the followingpeitoni I Cunty ".."" Oept County i tUFF
8.7. Cathy Croak the '-So Ann first turkey winner In the Pine Incomplete since several of the whoeo*r* nemee 11 follow>nd ;pliCM elroiidoncii Government Center. Cut Nepln, Cooks, (.rlll-rvoki. Salad 'II -> 411 USt Nd or' h"drtlrrtel Ny p.I,1 wus: :::: n'ry '

,
Atkinson the 5-6-10 the 2.7and Lanes Thanksgiving Turkey score sheets were missing. Normm L MlnrtbergOwnership .""I NNh.w.k 514..S541d,41.01, ::. .work Ore Women, Porttri, DlthW'stherg Tamper/l.**non' "do. IWat. .1 tho uult, roln ".0

the '-So Revs Carr the 5- Shoot Wednesday night when she However the scores turned fa BIN I.dinto11.HIr50v Pea.,5004. :pric* !,.INS.. I ION.,..trdo....",.lit IMI*llownc'od.....ape tcie .. Bin Doy. Wslt- "' a. ItdNI 'iNiM
.
6. and Eloulse William the rolled a 218 game (with handi- are as follows! Margaret Simp- ,N fottOW-of THC. COTTON* 'SHOP' .!,nt price te County lech bidder' ret, MiMs. Morning sad 44-Mobll. HoMH cnUt IL'1S-.M21''Idal I '

210. Julie Tanson was not cap). For an entry fee of $1.00 son,171.4901 Lucille Lord 184- 100 M* N.faM L' NllahbIt rr. pout'III'" II IIIb..1t PM a5Nn1. .. 5544 N f..11. bed d. rrrnlnf ghlfti. good work. .

bowler bowl for a tur- 480 Sims 1691 Eva Hogue It, my intention Id the I Tri* IN,4 ,..vin 110'h' h' /. Spartan Ml ifl. withebene ROYAL MARIOR
10 lucky as she left the 7.10 a may | Ruby o15.* Circuit Court In and.Collier ,'/eel/ eny end ell bid. log
twice and the 4-6-7-10 twice 164) Sandra Clbbs 123 twice Per County, ,Florid' Jo rClerk .,. OAMO OF food rtforonroi. Hall feel lendilion It II Let Jl C 0H hem* *n eultuxding I',,"
and I.'er .". .d, emo of THE co COUNTY COMMIIIIONCMMergoret 11,45. Tn.ler. Pus ll/ll It overlonfcin* Nepiet' *., Fmorly ...
In the same game. Marge Nancy Letter 141 Betty TON SHOP under. the provision* I'nA". day Inn Vth 8t No. and uied at i mold inretrdenre I
Hardwick 148. Faber Hair Law of Florid., T ,. nll..rt .,Ihwlthi.,1 "
Thomas of the 1'e'hrr..lotU. Scot Clerk
the
was star
I IWilnoil 10th Av* No, Apply In pr 45-Tr.lI.r. For Rent rurmihlnat' and .'. 'r
day when she rolled games of Realtor won all four from Bob's till hind. this XMh day of Dip.ufy Cty0 541' son to )f,. Dudley no phone ,.ed d: f pr.. ...."; '11.
TransplantedCoal 1 ,,
; lev
October
while and 00. 1544 .JPI .rI..., ceil For .pp<' i
Ease Party Pantry H''H".Q'Oct. .. .
185 and .
162 178 for a nice NORMAN L -- alii pl.*... 11.1 II >t Traltrt011! I w with moll I all Ml, 4/41 ir d. ,.
II Nov .. It, M 'IIM *I4IRCQIITER TV |I M e w5.5 p.'l 5 Me .
506 series. Nour Turner and Naples Floor Covering weresplitting 'IN CIRCUIT" COUNT out In Royal l H>rbr .11" I Id.r
TWELFTH JUDICIAL' c'mtutt. weak Rerfc ( .0, Tr' I i. 10/11" ,11 I
Margaret Mlltner turned In 471 two and two. NOTICE 01 INTENTION T COL LIEN COUNTY .'> 4/M It46Tfailer l7ARi8W-"T
ooo FICTITIOUI I NAr.tify rr'h. STATE OF FLORIDA 13-Help Want FemaleRtwn ROYAL Ind I

sets. Margaret using a 182 Miners It three and one all the ,.....,..."... dOlI h.aby .., 'IN CHANCERY parks Spat) '1lu1 0551 1 .15......111...., Iwo I u'1.1,,55

game and Patsy Robertson was the w. er* conducting o Wtrn No 1171 *,bio Potifion, fur off I 35Ms.V04 end ,...4ll.l. A/ I

scored 464. Ruth Dodge missed way In the Big Cypress Mixed Clothing*. under.,tn.154HNU."... et 'lmmokleeFlorid nm' UNITED 5ONDINGINSURANCE COMPANYIK tent. tMiet.rr (ookkeeperMult On Hondoroen C'*%|5 /**! ...11"i 'Ithen Novr.r.4MI .
.
bo pmlnient wrlh thorthind > ordWOMibl ,11 in id t l.rg* '
an all spare game when a League Wednesday night the of FRONTIER sHOP end the Mid 'Indun. Corperetionulhonted or oejuiveienl, end ".". Dock ,.Rdmii IS,,,ttiot" I > Ad ,'If ....?ig room W/W''I'| ''I
Like MontanaBUTTE firm i* eompo..d of the followingperton lo do "butinet. yearly oaf I
Goon taking three from the bin bookkeeping ikiMt I tley MIII Turn .Ion H ntiiF ltleof > n ". drone. Ih,1
strike showed up In the eighth whoi* name and .... ;In Florid' week lnhldet let Cltell.nl Capri Road AVol'. Mo "r.: = dulr, .H.,"dl I 11/ al l
Ospreys the Swamp Rats three of rtidnc or* .. foUlowiCoOwnr Pltlntllf ._,, Cell Ml L.,. MI 1 40il
frame and she came In witha Fooler 4 Chrtolt' ". working ...,. N.v.I ,1/1. 75 Iml'.f''t*

183 The Nutmegs !!:, Mont. (AP) This over the Pot Holes Panthers Olreyd, P 0- (e. 1171 ,ImmokeioeOwnerthip THOMAS HENRY SAXON AND lilt) ll/ll. If I Irol'vl
game. stayed
ao.cllltd richest bill on earth I* three from White Herrens and of FRONTIER SHOP itoOwneri ,Ju ; V:6'I"1 N Necint gr'diuiT'ir><*rttMl' inlelee <6-Ap .. For RbMEBB 1 todroom I k.lr.\ ,I".h,
1'\1" J.i
on top In the league while 50NI.we JUANITA work Apply. Vegue ,..h 'In Lite rerk mill "\
the moved Into the providing a richer life for Bob Cats three from the Razor Pills 4 ChrlotttIrayd OefendenlNOTICE M.yy5- IIII" .In .1,511.' ,'"..." MI
Paprikas / OF IUIT MJR ._ y51H /y/
of miner who saw TIDE AOt5W..0t5
second two points backS hundred Backs. HarleyStoneburnerwas It ll our inttntion' to apply to Ih* THE' TATS OF FLOMIOA TO
spot work In the coal field of the for the league as he scored Clerk. of the Circuit" Court in end. THOMAS HENRY SAXON AND Apply McaISIy, Hain, 0..101. "..".....,.., r" .
O high: for Collier County Florid JUANITA SAXON ALSO :: Cftlol" N.4Nil ..1115Hn.".. Oc.ll'.5w15anon /' .
country' play out In olrri\ $ .. ,
Appalachian I Pi I5CCIWw.M04 ..
of 190 and 185 for /mmw/1."
liter the told mm of' KNOWN Al mpTlla /I" "
Lange Bros. new bright red the past decade. games SHOP under Ih* proviim. of Chip ,JUANITA PORTION .f ,..,x:554 FurnMied I fcodrwN, *udlapt <>1or MI P 7," 11111 .
hit No ehiijNn MM
a 534. George Porter s Florid' Attl ol moll et Preiner Dry Cleaning pet* or
shins didn't do much for them ter IttM Lawt of ADDftlllCI UNKNOWNYou
From Alabama Kentucky neelhind NI NY .. ,,,,, ,,,,
,, ,
hi,. notified, the DosS Mukl be tipebio of '.0.b04'0nm A" I ,, "
r* by
for the second s '
517
scoring spot
as far as bowling but they did Tennessee, Virginia and other IMIWitnMt Our hind i. tills, 10th dlyof .lull hei 111./.10401051 you. inIh ironing PieeM ipply .n II 544AI r.T"l M ui. ; .reorl' rune l. pen

look nice. However they went stales they have come to workIn Shirley Johnson's 182 was high Otlob.r.r Jtm OL"O'O :* ** ".._,.b., .rouirod...''U.. tut to orvo ond. upon your rill i Prilriert Loundy : ai I'J ...I.IJI.I: roll on i-h$pen M < ,North fttr-i immedieto ,.

down to s three game defeat Butt'* copper mine. Never for the women. lo Henry Turned CHARLOTTE OLROVO plemtiff I ottornev who nemo ondddrMi Counter ,rl wtntod 44 h...roppeVrenre'end *"".. apertmontitioned "or Cnd', .ni oui ,lo move No'lh lit log
at the hands of Rose's Texaco before said a Labor Depart. in a 181 game Dorothy Oct 1NN I. ll. H "IIM .HI ......., Situ, "your' writ g MIIIt 51,5000' "..1M Mr .., Mine e,ler' ll/ll" MI '
I ln .*,*...... If *ny' I* the kill .. pleennl duputHion VMfhf !*.** *ln Crttl I od'ruom 'T''r.TIi-1r.-
Otherwise! It was two and one ment spokesman have worker Stoneburner 164. Marie Erick- RE 'NA.g: (101. .........", I, 51.4 III" Nor ..4OAId1 Apply, in porMn Prithor ; Ked: < .1 .*.. 1 T01 Al, rvm/'l'oop/" '. '",1
I DOOR WAGON =: lVto.Tll .. r7d"l4 ,. ......, 1,,, .
been recruited on such a large '/SIv..N II Pill S.Iaw1ISen Laundi. 11,1' 11 tar b v't N Q' "'
for the other teams of the Wed- son 172 and Edith Stone two Notic i* h.r.ky ,awn tnl 15. or b.I.,. December HAD IH4 ll/ll MpiA'Vidg .. W Itlh Av.
Merchants Lea- scale to move elsewhere for 154's. Paul Wickham tossed .'**rd :' County CemmiMionert, Herein. ,..I not or ...,.. pro eon Maid. pref.r ....." *.. Must '-/ *"* 'u.S.II. IOilglut '
nesday Night Jobs. Her. County wfll receive eeeied' bid INN I: will be entered egeiktt you be neelend .greooblo (4o*;:nt : Xed ': 't... nom 1m.
Abbott a 197. An White 180 Norman et th N. Is. i iFl lor the rlif in tond'lion Apply .. kOhl ,
gut Seawalls made it at work In 'r'.h'M : priced m bMf ofcempleint wo'S'nl' I U 11IylP I fMt. un"I .1,1 I III" Inn'''
450 un.dercround .1,11
About are .
,
until Tun Houtekeepor between -.. Term '1oj".n IM" .
Herren 175 and Klbhe f | m'
two over Moorings Texaco mine of the Anacon. Harry day December ItM for IMft :'h'.1' told win being (or ft A M ,"d I P M Edgowet.reeth I'lilontei. 0 *>.. ,' imn< i >. M Of'
181. lowing piece of I, Mortg.geWITNCt AeHM.. MM M MOll 4,5,7.,15010
Palace the leaders r.'totw. Milt : NI Il
Burger league : T MIDIS
da Co., a arm whose vast pro. One Itt03, ... 4 my hind lad Ih* |..| .
two over Yahl Bros. and cram to develop the mine had door with the following' MINIMUM 'ef Mid Court it ".. .*. Florid 1tinIdh J-41" ot Hi I u55Ir

the Firebirds took two from been beeet by a shortage of PUBLIC NOTICI owl pecificalio, 110 MP. III III'cu wheeikoi m diptecemnt *., t dy N Novemker T A" D SCOTT ItMMAHAAPicr 14-Help Wanted Male .......: .*"J..t W' 58-loti For Sale

Marvin's Lawn Service. Nell killed worker. engine. I toeed "'....... tremmiation Clerk of Cireurl BevrlrLCP.HI 55001 SNA l UI. UI ....
"..". duty front a reertpringt SEALI lor UOk ..IraIrAIfNc" ..... ., 55 fI'. h..... Niplet P... IVIrd" A.. I *lon
all
Van Wyk scored the high set, Unable to fet the help tt .IN THC CIRCUIT COURT Of THC 771X14 tire :/' .' heel 81 :INCMAQILL Young mon i L''....' ".... 111 __ j/l5! _tI platy ....., wo I. "*
needed the company alone UTM JUDICIAL. "CUITCOIIICS or 4 defrm.r, e.ni front ... Clerk T. I I1Wittt1
a 563 a 206 Ike CI m<'mi I -v
using game. AND direationol < Helen till .rU.'FIt ..1'
IN Mil only geiM. Mel a SHORES Arts.Mt O H .
WoUord came In with a 549. wttfi state and federal employ COUNTY rlOHIDAANTMONV ty oleie gle.i. rnreughoo (I.volt. :Ala* S "..... i iem"or SABLE torrm Mh M Nil N* ltTNAIL
turned lelnl oyetem trireme lugg.giorr I kM AutomoeTl m* young INN
ment acencle to the IN MOANrCORYWALTIN eieciyn* uildlng
Fred Clark G2'. O.B. Osceo- .., on roof *nd. __.... irvollng I II: WON FlegierUmi mm witn MRI meeh.nn.lbecifround ..lIv 5104 510 Aryl AC'. _
Appalachian country where hut. Q $ONOROY1RUITtC ,., oriockl. ootor off whit* I PIeN1Sillily iwereeled in l.iring I
la 530 Leon 522 and 'f"rf <.It N'0)*.
Snyder down coal mine purred unem. No trd*.m involved *>do okouidmoXioto for fiimttrf .niel. il, g"monl Md brk.b .' Min In.rt ,........? .1.1i I
Fred Redenbaugh 520. Glen PINS,N 111 price IOM e_ounileee N I ii, n n Oe 4. ,IK BIN < n.M, fir. fill Heunjkr* 49-Homet for loll i.**l for "lU'K trOP ui Ml
ploy ment. ... ,...,.. eeono !.. end nit or.cte > ,m .m 44IPk 1.1 tef./-"l Or*,, "*.
Lange rolled a 187 loner John For the worker and the com. A MUSSOFHANN CountCk bidder mu*< tub ,IN' THE CIRCUIT" 0' THErwSLFTM No tUlt tt O>... m. I. I -9 "g
Lange ITS. Ed Lynn 189. Flip the project ha turned out O evftO aid MM a 1% good farts d.ootn .'trtkorr J 20"1' Veung;; mn ,II'er over wF/ti' *r UAIO"AL PgAf441
pan KALIOPV ev..O WALTER kiel. The SNIT rewrvee IMv.501 POR0154WtCONLCN5qr .. .. ANNINlasN5 I
.
,. .. Per .I
*
IM AND .. ,
g .
DIM' pod w- l 'M
Renton Gene PUtt a 157 .. "e pf .us 'prgMl
190 well. "Altlt"" 10'-011I0' .MQUINNtiA ty'i.ItI' eny, en all b dt !J.f S10/0/ Ah'OTICL W....", TrvCkt Putting' up MnbNDEWEY W
and Bud Daniels 195. They're rood. They're lou tDMONOIIINNIt elu..fv loundrdlOt. Apply n ee< I
SILLS It.nl"'flt" CO""M'tlIO"'It'UAL _I'leir" MARLOWE ANO BECK ,
TO oil NO InMfr /aaM rr ll/l .
000 portant to M and we need JAMS K ei'MO*> end MACOC ) ( ? POLLY
"HMO*'. JAKC eoiKCiN *.... "" .,.Oral y 11541 Ct.re LOACH II IM E.44r.01SM 'M54MIcIM' pjiAtTom
of the them acid a spokesman for ,;, p ::; 41 Firm AM M
The big news First MAOOiC eOtMtiN' ape th* Ir 'II ....NyHN .flSIpl. 0 XJo'ekof'Ha
Anaconda. TIMPIACC CIVIC *"* "* IJffl. I'MIMI REALTY !
MOLLV ,
Wednesday N0.118hIl11rt '
Florida Classic
League a1N T I tt fuf .
B means a steady paycheckfor AltOCIATlON' o non profit It'CIII"O"'A PUVA *04MARY "! WlRrnnF.R 'ftTKtTT ,p.tiewt
night was the Tour-point c.._.,on PUPA i eidreei*) V* ** .
the worker. Defendent SIM eenVl 41 MM Goo o..v Maly 01.1 ,1
:1J''c&rM or paSp Noq |
,
win by the last place Naples "I at the NOTICC Of OIT TwuCrta m40Nd" ; 110 f* 0..'_._ ITAMPII-M, a.m1 Dc.vs. 05,55 r.o.' IN "VI No and
Jumped chance to Or" i-lOHlOA TO ,.. .. ''Jf T.im.rM Tr* I
Gas Service. Who knows TNt ITATC "01 t erer (Hren Wtst tft RICHARD A P1I.A.1Id
,may work U Montana "lt rOMONOt .H4OUINUCNA .. .. TO I Mi"
Mid Law. WALTER MAH .ore of ComHy cCello. : ki nor* MART PUVAkwberMI 0 hoi, 0Ai7MNdaONN. JJUMu
be this team win make hs move fence Perstncer 42 of Crab Or. COMONO llHr.ltCLLC .. Coviety .*M 0540101 M.iedM / $15 GOWN 121 cm,1' .
PHTTCNSCenV JAMCtei ": >M'I I A M Tiwoddy 0* IJN w.1.-$ ;.. PUBLIC NOTICE ntl KM* vl'I i > "n. .,.* >% o m "I.
\hN N vt
upward now. I Ken McConkey: chard, W.Ts. "!Tie Idea of per. M 'MO" *..d MACOC *I'HO*> * r I ol <*o CoorfnoxMCM Fiend Il54 fl no n I 'OrONu'' fJROVf r", 11\I..i."WILLIAM .,

was the big!; gun as be shot manent work Interests me more ape JAKC eOCHCIN A"OAG "..... *i( tar M* folio. Fen L 1"t.1,1. ) INTSMTIO TOSIGIYtS .,., ... .1'..." ,1,4. ." ... ,. .
.
an eocMiNAddreeee M4..Nape'.5.0 .. M.tl nI."dl.5 "'I '" "
games of 190. 212 and 199 for than aaythlnf ..... We didn't Unknown Powr .> 01. It** I ton n*.>r TO MARY RICHARD PUYA A .PUVA d Fif' f, flOw/ / NAMC Ow..t wiekM Ml i\mnt one
MELCNi
nave VOM ore _... MMri1 W.a lvtVi'.e' ... a okoeor* w-tk tko. RAHOF end M *itd N14r'vWN/N' a "TOH' 't
a 601 series. Teammate year-round employment u 'Sail aol 0,55 PAKOP iv1NM on4 w Tm '
big te ,
i ,,
ourl kee oeen filed eHM4 = totorecioM lotl*.-ing MlftrMUM *pofik.*t>ont 111 5510 Mats N'M : Ie.-;. 1' '4,10
Bill Jones turned In a 203 and West Virginia." mong.g. on tk* owm HJ a***!****. I owl m tv indiop Monroe. New Verb ?i.."tiwit....*r-HAMSCRLAiei, 15,1'S15.1" IM, .'. CO To"'h N 540 ____ MI I',," 1'1Cu. )

554. DJ. Salmon's 802 was Robert rams of Cnwdy, Va., *" fnr>. 4147** .ftC propertyLo _"* *.>< LMM Milc.5/.I.we1} 'I .. Hut 5 ,as."l,ng mal.f end OMrlme.nt.i 1' r 1 'I'It I ...-.,&.., IH' IN. IW Woes

high of the night as he rolled wu a foremen U a coal mine OMh.M M mtimxv Oil. end N lot M.M$545be HOllVTCOMACC front *.pr,.Kg lTo* =a met roor'*.io.' NK'ng I Nee* ::r.r. Morigigo a.4 'I FerMojKej'' S0. pin.* '.. M"", outOM.'' and rureMpSngj'fIII 555.54'endv' / M M I t'y M MI N 5 ::"'C.-ti I1' *?.I'.O"7'd' Ave H, I

for If irt '..es.r111 eeryo a geep ef ?." iTdont tkorel* *n 11 1) 11 D'N
of 191. 211 and 200 year prior to I"'. He sueoivistON, eeftown < viok 554 .*u?n> hyoV vlK rli.y1l ==
games
> M .
FIN S..b I Pego MPu I Inply Nn I our onower or p eedid MM ,-.t.' tn* < tt t out no** Ot OOrCLit I Iw15
even for the BrooksIde team came to Butte Ia January I MI *> W.,54 luoe trP Sa.ptoipt on Ik* p>imt3F* efjpr ,, CM ART fne, ohtd lorli', i.., IS.ereem fuipgjjlfetTT O.IM.
and sow U a shin boea. He says MK.,PJecord t> CeMior County ba.ripe 1n.M a ont ovoi d rer reel.end lectoryglondrd t.g a..1.1. Low ,.,... *. IMiTiti ,.*' ... '''. .,,'.. ..... "II ._'0" wl ... a 1150 I
who took four from the league .. YIeAROwN kv*'"o** ontdrpWhM ..'5 Ill, P.' "-M"
likes .Fw MRIN145 ape wi Cee c r fc i <
he the Job old the people 10 55. pun non gM
'r. f11NA Sw1451 .: fo< ., 54S0Rooms
Food whose lead '_"M h 54er. .*.' AI.-MI tkoroin M lO 59-Acroagt
Bank k 14'511.
leaden. M.S1 OFF r.5 1.s. teoo
"S ,
and above an U t..elt.. work M .. ..,M Fiorolo end Mo or"e 110I1 ,..nd, r R.kop gnd Noion Ml.
.
.
PI.IMN. H CIV .1111. MM 101 rK f cu .' Mil .
ooju .
was cut to 1/7 point Jo Sal- .,..< >n tk> ..... C<*rk iike ... kytooruj ail 5,54 '. I .. ". II.. ;0-
I' Jew"
-.w wr51.C A ** -
the craft be know. .4/ o54I' rue lo *t : neei uo **d I
g'wpr ,
mon's 52S the best the losers ._ of **, II.... "W *opiewd k ,, ,.k en *<* u :e'-et"> > Circuit Court. .iH.CemNv .i !L.... r"....*..*... Far rt Inlw I 11(1 per ,.n ik N* IrNIN
was After traioinc to adapt to ecIPoper of .1 Caot flaP'e, *. fill oo "' Ue On. 'o'01.R Oeidt,
M d ey .octo x kr4r rl erlk (OM'OH OTOuntO
could do. Conditioned Air tbe "_M t/m 51..0554 MN ; l.o't.< of ., ,..a .. NM u y f1I Nev.51lt. 1544 'nd'itel tt Or ...,..' OtOtO *. k.. Oet* City: :'''w- lund''o..r."
salalnc, me co to 0r <* a dvpOOOH 'I yin fe-i to *o M Oocreo Pn. .... It kfntn ltrt Norr1.. ..... ...,. -- '. "" ._ _
lore 0-IW tl A D IH4MO SN 'h Tnore 11 '"11 t, ,.1., 1t1L-.w.LU!
took three from Team IS as work for ryNN wnH bo haw .i":ot WIU
wages averaflnf n.t4 MVi Flrd I
.OM fe"I not or 154.0. ore confin till CM..fu" p p.15N k* .: p" .. P" rol tell I'. ..'...
A toe Com.AND .
rotte' .
Dewey Wright scored 222 daily _.H oo oMorod alpral von troded .> OnMor Main ....-.... o demended t .. .I. 'batsINMT a., test for I'. Nave W ft tlCo
(78 8oeae of tbeee who made tk. /.S. rolio proyod .05.0 e.5 *4Oom |tin I M'ce N t,,... 154 MOM I'DONE V 0RCO ot Lash.4K ,.'. ,.*pi.. to We tar Ciorl' C51/N..Ik.*C Cirrun _, S3halingWeplhd *>* Pot u leptht Tnk and
fame and eet. Red Lord -*<*t .iot 55410501'11 t.. 1- l..ilI..IN.ad aid .... :..o Mi I 7011 nell t H
westward trek eon kelp (ma the TIM .$W. ** M* fern **.*.( ... 501 p"Il C "teteur/a F '> *, 4. 1'l OOld n.m. .
a S4S total for three fames. Pore taMro o -.... Ir ANMi.514 :: : :: :::: I'', U5IM by 0. A 0 ,4 WOTCL eMdOr tM
Sid Brougbton a 204-522 andBud eomptoy Ia the ton of lotereet. WlTMCtt ...-* bid WO 054/ to .4554' l.4.c p.40 e4... .....4 .H ",,,," ?, tt Ckepier lettJiLoM *. w. lap M *w* n*** N food -Income Property
free loess. low-prtced bo alBff eoiel Covri M ....<*e. ,lon ... Hum1% good **> eipoi-t on M/BQAaSi J. tsce f '> .,. c. A<'. 4 .IMI, e* o iend.MI .< roe**:* =-t.r f A/1' Alproeom
Hogutj an even 500. Jim t./ .. Tk N n MI tno'r hd tm W der ) kwdrooot
lots ..' o o *" Mr Mat o> "t o Old See'd r.or. = PIS *.
aDd proper work elotttae. ... fcome* tkt epolenent '''- ..
Croak and MAPJOAPICT T ICOtt .** tke r..M to .1154all e15011.1ld' > ..' IMeIf 10.4. r 1t ..
came In with a 544 .nd 11
r e" Mists Ill M
( CktAMSCRLAiN y
The mm ked to pass pkystcUuAliatloB CM o 4E- ertleu *" *-* t: ..... C.5u.dr' "MMARLOWE
Norm Turner 531 forhume- sea 0.mWt.P NAII5. ,
R5'/ / A5p o
CA'/
As.I into.
tsj their koeao NyAN.owla
*, lCf MAOlLtDewt eovtrrv eoMMieeioNifH'SCAD .y'TM' IOA .A.O Poll ... H'i/> Oln
leas team. Kkw Insurance and at least three > 5POWN 4 MI t;; u Voietytrtornev
area have yean C r0K i" .m H
... II ..... AND BECK:
Hank Krelling i son split rwe of BUttlne esperteoee ud be SI.4S >MOT" TAVLO Mergerol tNM rn<* 0.MN P15M .ld10g j ., t.. ROBERT H JAiGERRN .
*
,
Ml Co *r4 As stew Scot,, 40,545 A.lout ", At >R,
and two, as Harry Saochelll'S yean old. AU stade th* move ....... 'ur... Dvputy Clor "It..5 .4r.. N.MM. ,.u''" tlor' 1.N. 51 S..1MaM ,. 411 f in Av. toI

639 was high for me insurance si their Oft .>a eae. -Mo* -Ml 7054- -C-tU --roll ....' H 11 IH4, rue O._._ ._ II IS 'IWO lilt I-.. 1-n: l'I "rtesl--$ .l54 Iw.pp.nl tIP .jOt J 1t'1t WI '' tuft !All








-



'W.


f I'ri I

f .,...


COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i, H"," Fnd.y, Nov.mb.f 20, ,IH4 ,,, t rii. ,I Winter's Snow Sweeps





I Defense Chief Thinks Across Midwest AreasBy



THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nar.t>Uuard conditions in parts

Closed Bases Outmoded Wintry weather, snow, cold, of the Dakota today. Visibilitywas
? and windy swept across most cut in com areas tu less

d section of the Midwest today and than a mile in blowing snowTemperature .
.
WASHBJOTON (AP) BBC. and newsauce nu technolcar beaded into the Northeast, dafl- edged to near
rotary of Defense Robert 8. Mc. had rendered them obsolete and aero.
nlt.l) ending an extra long pert.
Namara U of the firm opinion surplus.New '4a od of Indian summer. The mercury dropped to the
that the closing of hundred ofmilitary and better missile ire F Winter' preview, a month lowest mark of the season inmost
and replacing the first mo Installation great
before the official Mart of the of the north-central region
mall, will not diminish the rushed Into firing i poSition in the season' three-month stand, fol. and the Weather Bureau said
of the armed Initial frantic race to>> metals, and' ,
fighting ability lowed a rash of stormy weather odder weather appeared <(II n the
forces.Over. exceed Soviet missile etrertrt.:, a in the form of rain, sleet, mow way from Canada. Readings of
the past four yarn 874 The liquid-fueled l. surd i) tornadoes and gusty wind near 20 below appeared In pnjs.
UA military base around the based Atlas and Titan I ICBMs The precipitation includingthe pect tonight in North Dakota
world- great majority of are being shelved and t'ieli season' first general anow. and northern Minnesota.

them In this country-have been launching sites closed because. storm In most of the Midwest Cold-wave warning wale
closed or their activities sharply of the "very slz file Inventi i alleviated drought condition in posted for much of the Midwest

cut back Thursday he tacked of improved Titan n ,-.J some area In the Midwest and and more MOW was expected In

another 83 to the list. Minuteman missile East. But official said more areas through the Midwest to
These bases "have outlived The Air Force has about > moisture war needed to end au the Appalachians.Dry .
their usefulness for military Minuteman mlsellee in law '\ but chilly weather
f tumn's longest dry spell, the prevailed
missions," arc obsolete and un. ing silos, eventually may t old' 1 worst In history In some Mat*. from Texas into the Pa.
necessary the Pentagon chief this to about 1000. A storm out of Canada caused clflc Coast Mates while warm,
says In explaining his program.By The Defense Department ia* showery weather was reportedIn
closing them, he says, "we been cutting back the number of the South Atlantic states
can achieve economies and at older B47 medium bombers for Storms hit areas from Arkan.

the same time Increase our some years, with their missions aas Into Ohio Thursday bring.
combat effectiveness and our taken over by the vomewtut Thant Asks Ing rain across much of the
military power" more recent BEE heavies, of South. Small tornadoes were
In announcing the latest cut. which the Air Force has about reported In parts of southern
back, McNamara referred to 630. So the bases from which the Texas, northwest Mississippiand
three categories of bases direct. B47s operated are no longer southeast Louisiana.

ly related to operations of the needed. And more BUs are A FLAG RAISING CEREMONY was the first step Arms Race No injuries were reported but
being assigned to fewer bases.The .
armed forces-shipyards i heavy damage was
in the program held yesterday property
bomber bases and missile Pentagon strategic warfare caused by twister which struck
launching sites-.nd told why expert claim that the nu. cial opening of the new Sunshine 1111 ,l south of Clarksdal and Lam.
he thought changing conditions clear firepower that can be delivered Hardware on the North Trail. ; 1 f Be CheckedUNITED bert, Mis*. Rain caused flood.
by the BS2 fleet more left were : Doyle (Hodges, togs In torn part of Texas.

than offsets the original combin. "Casey" :Miller, Don Wynn, firm hi Two persons were drowned.
atlon of B47s and BS2s. ily ; AI Davis (rear center) manager NATIONS N,Y. The snow covered areas In theMldw.st
Open House. McNamara and the special (AP) Secretary-General U
Archie
Department Mayor Turner
; with a one-to twoJnch
for greater
he created to make a Thant called today
board
(Continued from page 1) :study decided that the present man Francis Ford. ( progress In disarmament in 1963 blanket from east-central Ml.
sour) across Illinois and north.
tlon was handled by the H. L.
Long Construction Company,also Navy ships could be repairedand nuclear power, Including Com now fell a* far couth a* north.
check the nu.
of Fort Myers. maintained and new ship Seems Like munlst China, to wM Arkansas. (
The forthcoming North Naplesexchange 'I built with fewer government clear arm raee.TlIant' In the drought-stricken North.
contained In
call
area Is now a part of east, MOW fell In northern New
the existing Naples exchange(MI. :fore, they picked two big yardsto his 10000.word Introduction to
York, particularly In the St.
dway) and is presently served on I be closed, two others to be Wanted Her Food the annual report on the Mate of Lawrence Valley, with amountsup
These combined with the world as he sees It to
a multl-party basis However, merged. General Assembly to four Inches. The season'sheaviest
when the new exchange is activated private yard faculties, are con. the U.N. snow followed rain

In late 1965, one, two sldered adequate for the Navy'soperations BY CHARLOTTE DURNO feel In opening Dec. 1. over the entire state. The stat.'.
dwelt
statement
soggy His briefly on
and four party business and residence and shipbuilding pro.
Naples' newest store had been ter looking the precarious U.N. financial woodlands closed because of
service will be offered. For ,
grams dozen situation and wound with the the drought, were to be re*
of the open several hours by the time a cartS up
the Implementation new exchange
.
: it will be necessary to 1 found a parking apace It ers stood at the new Sunshin.. Mark.'t. hope there will be a solution opened today.In

Install ,all new dial central of. was mobbed. Once Inside I at me, I finally Emma Thornton, show n II nth a fr"I'. bag before the assembly meet other dry areas In the
GarbageMan Northeast rain fell In southernNew
City the awarded by tho store Don Wvnn, Thant reported a $1 13.3-mIl. ,
flee switching equipment for both grabbed a grocery can as It by produce England and snow mixed
local and long distance service came rolling towards me.Wowl Not one to reported that Mrs. Thornton has been lion deficit as of Sept. 30, are with rain in most northern sec.

along with many miles of new Comes CloseTo I had no sooner put my gold easily and not customer for 19 years, dating back to Congo rear of and$112.3 Middle million East on the lions. Official said the moisturewill

cables and outside plant facilities handbag In the cart than I felta ticularly good beginning of the Sunshine atore at the keeping accounts, and only peace$24.8 not end the drought but will

to take care of the, new graded Losing Eye blow from behind that sent me sheet of paper location. million cash In hand. He said help to some extent

service offerings and my can flying down the I had picked up .. cash resources would practical.ly The first measurable rainfallIn

Thoughtless dumping of muri aisle. stick wrote disappear In six month un. more than a month brought

atlc acid Into a garbage can "Sorry," said the little wo- paper In big less a payment solution 1* considerable relief to crops and

City Delays e. nearly coat a City of Naples man pushing the overloadedcart. It on the Council Passes found. dry In woodlands Pennsylvania in Virginia.rain and '

garbage man the sight of one "I was looking for the With that I The secretary-general madeno
(Continued from 1)) snow appeared to have reducedthe
page .
reference to U.s. determination
"
eye yesterday, City Manager check-out. for the front
fire danger In forest lands
ference McDaniel remarked Vince Wood and administrative "It's over there" I said. didn't have all to challenge the General state officials said.
"The basic problem Is a com assistant Robert Bender report. Assembly voting right of the
"If m1s. hit I needed but I About Jews
,
you p( not to me Soviet bloc and France unless The fire threat In forests In
lack of overall recrea.tlon
plete an
ed.The from behind again l'l1lesd youto get out of Kentucky also eased after rain
program for thewholeclty." add was poured Into a can they pay peacekeeping arrears

Jaycees have Indicated they will filled with garbage at an estateon It." had my right CITY Ii ft, _- Tromulgsted as a d M'. "RIO'......:' Thant said disarmament and were reopened.
\1 Snow In eastern
Gordon Drive. When "That won't be necessary, own cant! questions continue to have high Colorado
send a questionnaire to area re* city em. Council to. the next council cession.
idiots asking their opinions on ployee Tommy Dorsey dumpedthe said the little woman so I a historic dec. During the recess that begins priority on the International where the winter wheat weather crop-

several matters, Including ade.quacy contents Into his "tote can," started bac'- te my can_ only the Jews and other Saturday It will be revised to agenda despite the advances was measured endangered from by I dry to 10 Inch.
of recreation facilities and the acid splashed into Dor..,'* there was man pushing the after Pope Paul take Into account some of the marked by the limited test ban ,
program. eye, Bender related thing! I walked up to him. Shut an American-led reservation expressed by pre. treaty which he noted "remains II.

Council touched on other sub. Fast action by the butler at "1 l believe you have my can, Immediate vote on lates today neither universal nor comprehensive. .

Jects during the two.hour con. the house was instrumental in air." 1 said. controversial reli But the favorable vote meansno ."

ference. Members are think. saving Dorsey's sight. The but. "This 1s my cart," said he, declaration major changes of substance Communist China and France Tobacco Cutback
Ing of revising the distance re. ler heard Dorsey' cries of pain, "I don't know what bag on non-Chris- can be made, and that it Is onlya have not signed It, and there
establishments filled container with water your of has been no agreement to ban
for op. the question time
qulrement says Jews must -barring un.
selling or serving alcoholic be. ened the eye, and poured wateron Is doing In It. cursed or foreseen developments -before underground testa. Th treaty Hurting Florida
verages. Council apparently LaIn It to dilute the acid. Then 1 snatched my handbag and for the cruel the declaration becomes a for. bans testing In the air, sea and

accord that the minimum dls. he made sure by telling Dorsey headed back to the front of wa approved mal council decree. In space
tone should be 690 t.et. mea. to get In an outside shower to the store for another can, this At .* In favor, 242 Final action also was taken on Thant called reduction and FarmerConnerTALLAHASSEE

cured by the most direct pedes. further rinse the eye. time determined not to let any- with reservations the council's schema on Chris elimination of nuclear delivery (AP) State
tries route, between such places Within 14 minutes after that, one take It away from me. tlan unity and on Its paper on vehicles the key Issue of general Agriculture Commissioner Dovle
and the nearest church or school. Dorsey was getting emergency I started throwing canned DETROIT (AP) also makes relations with the Eastern and complete disarmament and Conner aid today that federal

The direct pedestrian route treatment at Naples Community goods Into the can. If I hurried Motor Co. may the Hindus, Budd. churches, both Catholic and Or. noted some measure of agree tobacco cutback penalized Flor.

method Is the only one permit. Hospital, The garbage truck I could possibly be out in of all its and restates thodox. These two documents ment at the Geneva disarma. Ida farmer for a surplus, they
rushed Dorsey to the public because of what Catholic Church' will be proclaimed as council ment talk last cummer.
ted by state law. The City'spresent two hours. Dodging several had no part In creating.
work department and Bender plant strike tie- discrimination or decrees at Saturday' closing With the question of seating Sea
400.foot requirement la 1 hurried around the In a letter to Agriculture
measured In. straight line, took him from there to the hospl. cans, The last 1 I on account of race, public session, along with a Communist China In the United rotary Orville Freeman, Conner
which Is at variance with state tal. counter. Ford' lines of third schema, on the theological Nation coming up, Thant also urged Florida farmer be given
"
Bender "Walt a minute screamed will be out ill"i proposed a foot In the U.N. door
said this
law Council can establish a morning that tang, one of the nature of the Church. special consideration If acreage
doctors felt a woman from behind, the anticipated for East Germany, North Korea
Dorsey's I
maximum required distance of eye *okay. before the Although Pope Paul rejecteda I allotment are Imposed on the
up to 2,500 feet If It chooses. Bender urged citizens not to "you've got my can" of a Mllitlpaa, not expected to be petition by 1,400 prelates for a, and North Viet Nam. 1965 crop, u they were the 1964
Further Council indicates It put hazardous items In garbage "I have not," I said, standIng plant, Ford ..aid.Normally. vote on the religious liberty dec.laration ., He noted that several coun. crop.

Is asking the city attorney to can. Broken glass, for example, firm. ( I he sent word to the i, tries not members of the orga A 10 per cent acreage Cutback

draft an ordinance setting a min. should be put In bag*. The pro. "Well, that's my smoked octopus cars a day.A Thomas council that it would be definite., nlzatlon West Germany, cost Florida growers about $1.S
Imum distance requirement per way to dispose of acid, he and pig's feet In there!" Ford sp ly taken up at the next cession,',' South Korea and South VietNam million In sales this year, Con.
aid, i* to dig an 18-lnch hole ny first Item." among them have
the
between each establishment sell. After an exchange of mean "If possible a* ner said Yet, he said, the type
in the ground and pour the acid confirmed that was an assurance membership In U.N. specialized
With This apparently In
bog or serving alcoholic bever- glances I started off again this 14 flue-cured tobacco grown
and maintain observe
ages. Into it. been the only to the petitioners that the i I agencies Florida and Georgia did not ma.
time carrying my gold handbagon since Tuesday. decision not to vote on the doc* ers In New York to the benefit that
Council has decided to appoint terlally Increase the surplus
my arm. I sported a clearing With between G I Result of their understanding of the
ment did not mean it was being;,
Clayton Bin to a vacancy on | the 196) crop created.
PTA Opposed To at the meat counter and men laid off, shelved or crapped. International scheme. the
the Zoning and Planning Board U allotments are cut for
flu a retired lawyer, would moved In. This was a mis ploying only 1 i (AP) Socialist Council IOU r c e. said thtPope" "Fully cognizant of the polltl. 196S crop, Cornier. said, federal
succeed Nick Walllngford who Pupil Transfer take. When I turned my back, work force this .. cocked his decision denying an ap cal difficulties Involved, I can. officials should\ mate the ut.

announced his resignation Wed. my can disappeared. I was The company i partly silver-haired said peal from more than half UM i not help but wonder whether the back proportional to the part
nesday. Council also considered beginning to wonder If the orchid United Auto : briefly and council for a vote on the religlou time ha* not come when other which each type of tobacco
Across Towns strikes that i I Is mostly In the countries not at present repre.I .
liberty declaration wai i
appointing someone to takeWalllngford' and coffee was worth It. played in creating the aurplut

place on the Zoo. BRADENTON (AP) The I parted searching for my layoffs over local The i birthday today, announced by Eugene Cardinal]I enabled sented In to New maintain York should contact beaI "By doing this, the burden for
Log Board of Appeala. The Florida Congress of Parents and can .- looking for familiar Tl* erant as the council beg reducing the excess carryoverwould
reflect the dlsap
and be able
the with the world body
member will m.nttnr the final working day of Its 1964seession 4 I .
name of the new Teachers compulsory be placed on those re.sponslbl
"
oppose Items dreams that didn't
agreement !I to listen to its deliberations,
be announced shortly Mayor Ar. transfer of students from their said. for its creation 7
18 Thant
chic Turner said, when the pros schools near their homes to LOOK AGAIN Sept. i he ran *ix times -
Agreements
pectlve appointee agrees to the schools across town 'to achieve
for
candidate
appointment. balance." The woman holding my can reached at all ( i
racial never came close
looked at me strangely while nine plants.
A resolution adopted at the final to
"I dldnt expect
still i (
I peered through the can. "I One plant
PTA convention session onThursday ) But he had hoped
key ;
parts
said such action would think you've put some meat In catalyst that would
Mich.
Township
THE "
"destroy the community school my can, said and Socialistic move.
''This is own can." Mid are car
concept my United Slatea.
torlea In Wayne,
mq. & On religion the PTA said she, "you better look again." M, M. disappointment
school "should reflect the great I did and she was right I relations Thomas. H* said \

moral and ethical precepts of never did care for too much day the I; to follow a So. ,
mankind. .but without sectarian dog food. By this time a few strike would la "not very heal
G emphasis.. dozen people had gathered halt all Ford t States b

The PTA also said "all coun. around us. Needless to say week Idea originally X

AND ties should be required to com. my face wu a little red as I Later a Ford I have pre.
,. ply with statutes regarding a*. the expected .. says.
backed off) The search was
ement of "
Local for 14
COUNTRY property. the Mlltlpai, I rear
of
school funds are derived from on again. The five pounds end all car arthritis and heart

CLUB property !axes. chuck roast was beginning to Top level faces his age

at settling the "You've got t< 1
with the >.!, strike were take It a* It cornea." wtII

todaY. Cummins travel widely and
'ACIimiS NAPLES
FLY 11 n,,n, director : *, mtutl)

in Southwest" Floridafor __ MIAMI first department attempt-, I *, on" the KS philo talks. I

Country Club, at the University of
night are
LIVINGGOLFING New Year Round Daily Schedule Marina with a beer


Naples To Miami Has Good turned 1
tl ..... Ci.*.,-....- Cell I.e.cdle.s U thought I wanted
745 0 A.M 3.45 P'.M.: DALLAS T
eeda.e tee pl.,. A.M. 11 ( Doctor's decisively) k-

SWIMMING Miami To Naples! that Marina that happened. A
of this big majority
AAU KM peel 7$'a W i Milk 900AM. 2:15.: 1 P.M. 500P.M. President John ntl-aoldwstr than v
le..I., ...Wnaipe .......... assassin "had I "
C.n.mloni e4 Rrwr'.tUiu te aiy eUt I.I tile *rU t* resting s
HOMESITES The slim,
TW pa..ter UniMitn ft I4teI l ltft NAPLES AIRLINES was admitted L t EXAMINING PRIZES to be awarded at the Naples Senior high School earnival -
MM km C-tnr Clue. U/. MIttf northeast Lr r sponsored by the Student Council from 4 to 8 o'clock! Saturday eve

ill s..h" '....4.! Napes Airport Ceeteeree I MUM AlrrtMl complaining of LIUNS( L'' Ming. are thfs student leaders. From 'left Jill Workinger seated t, council

lees ft State W ) J-J4J4 NE 44811 Her attending swretan' Jim Willis, council president; Richard Woodruff chairman: of

tau frM U-S 41MOHt City Tlchtt efflct N*,le Travel Agttj 4 Census Thursday that lnchtmK 0 nalt1 Walker booth chairman : and Joy Hodges. publicity
Ml 2 Ml Moot seriously ( NEWS photo)







...... .a..