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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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One Year Later. The World Remembers JFK


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to vey Oanrald gunned down will be seld In St. Mat. Th Ms In Washington will membranes service at SiSi's al by Kennedy, will speak
WAMUJKrTON AP -
( ) and year-odd president as he Cathedral where ...... be said by Fr John J. Cavenaugh Protestant kit copi services here
churches and synagogues and emperors gathered i rnaer president. of the C..... r at Tarnaleafternoon
motorcade through
by the Ugh of the eternal name
Nov 19 for Msiiedy's ru. Vnlversit I of Notre Dame and a mat at
crowda of Texans.Prisldent
that buns* at his grave, Assert.eaM PLAN TRIBUTE\: .
will tribute toy to Johnson, longtime friend of the Kennedy Beth Shot gallon.e
pay Boston Betas Cardinal family 6es..Ilaet Robert F. The Jewish Theoiogic I. In Dallas OI" KJtk: JcIMoh
i Mm F. Kennedy on to his office by ,
the President IlritasMverary of hia .*. and confirmed In It by Ioan"u. Kennedy's Close friend Kennedy, rXK.Y., Ute late preet. Peel plans to preeent it sin asked i to i rems.lei ..
slide vote 18 days ago, presided at both his wed. dent's brother, will be among It. to John FttsgsralSly" m. 1 eldest ta their
sasetMUeM.
tend an and funeral, will offer a those In .tt..... ON Us "Et.rn.l U rmuns. S laid U wouM
In Boston in ,Rome In Dallas across and memorial service at the .. MM* in the In Rom.', two religious, cere.monies wps.gfam on NBC SvllaWlMS al be Inappr tit to hold t pub.roaony .
the see pra\ers
ceremonies win recall shy Methodist Church in of the Holy'ross lor are scheduled s Mae ). sT. ilc memo 1 beeasss
i j Memorial for the neon and the world the Tex., Sunday afternoon. nation's first Ronu, alho. la Santa Muasaah Roman Catholic Supreme Court Justice ho the y falls on the

grist of the day when Lee liar. In Washington, a .' Chui h and special r*. J. OoMtwrf, named to the

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CENTS 41st YEAR NUMBER 86
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1964 24 PACES 10
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By John and Marian Byram Of
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With the DTD/ly Cine Company

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heritage now playing In New SAM ENGLAND offices) of the Mart, Island Do.voliipttent It Is to be paved and will be

York, the Naples Players also "Amazing,..unbelievable" are Corp developers of used as a landing strip;
got In the Savoyard act. They words often used to describe the the Island. In addition muffles, Visitor standing at moat anyplace
did so by submitting an enjoyable changes taking place on Marco the building has alargerecftptlun on the Island can spot
colorful and well sung Island The eagle occupantson room, a teletype room which In. workmen end machinery as far
eludes a lung distance telephone as the aye can s... The eagleIs
presentation of that indestructible the Island, from th.lr lofty
octogenarian "The Mikado viewpoint, would no doubt communication system, kitchen swsre thai same situation Is
true all over he Island. Far
and a Little Theatre area
"Fantastic
and traitor
; for Friday Saturday What Is taking place today Is The grounds around the ad.mlnlkt to the south near the end
night showings in the Junior f ftfiif1tfK', uf n *--M.f'.yKtoiiLAlmM d Collier Blvd., the motel unit
P M MB MsJBSjw1.jj-LA;. , High School auditorium. but will tie soon A Is going up There will be two
series of ,
the first at a
The performance had style building of the Marco Island De\e1opment Corp.. ready January openings" will be heldto large sculpturing of sea gulls wings connected with s centralrestaurant

and imagination, and for these now, for occupancy, It U located at the intersection of Highwayi 92 and 951 "grand Introduce the "beginning". will adorn the front I.wn..an The unit overlooks

assets, one suspects the over- TwentyJwo modal homes appropriate dedication to the his. the blue Gulf
all musical direction of George presently ere Jurt' rising out Cory of the famous Island. The Rimini homes, the tele.phune .

Booker was largely responsible. LirA of the ground. A (0.untt two THE EAGLE'S VIEW: coming building and the laeuied

Other members of the story motel Is scheduled to be An eagle floating over the water far treatment to tlw plant north are The

production staff also acquitted completed In December. A tele. Island can see at a glance what yacht club barely started over.

themselves well with the result phone exchange building pump. U takes the earth dweller a looks Marco Paaa. Standing on
that this item !log and water treatment building number of hours to discover.
evergreen : .11 the site one ran use a tarpon
o. are hearing completion A One striking change Is CollierBoulevard
from the G. and S. treasury surfacing, taking a IotA what's
$100,000 yacht club overlooking I carved w< of the
achieved considerable theatrical then hitting the water
4ng on,
a r Marco Paaa la Included In l enchantment. mediate plans. the length of the Island. Icon with a splash

At inttraectUmot Highways tt will be ready for use
CHARM AND G ESutJivan's pfd administration leading to the CANALSm&Ma :
12 and an The highway ,
lovely liquid building U ready toe Immediate 014 Marto missile tracking Ps.lion > cubit..- .__ f-of I1g1y earth 0. Wng si s kitesnd iA*. iyards /

Anglo-Nlpparese airs, patter occupancy B will haw the has been trlpUd\tn width working 24 hours dally, Is

songs and choruses retained t dredging a canal system to pro.
their pristine charm and a race. vide for water front homes.

The GUbenian lyrics were still Shadows Water In the wide canals at
Full Moon
witty and nimble; only his libretto present Is some 16 feet below

occasionally showed its the level of Marco Pass. In

four score years. digging the canals, s system
The local presentation con- of dikes snd bulkhsads have held

tained one innovation which. the Port Royal's Light back. the pass wit.,.. At no

overslgned, whose misspent lime has the been playground dlKurtod of In".the.r.Tarpon" .

lives have been brightened by .

many vlewlngj"The Mikado"in processWhon the canals are all com.

this country and England Needs Says SampleThe pitted the dikes will be removedand
had never seen before. The the water will level off

opening chorus was comprised For a few days the pass waters.
of children, instead of the M. R. t'ZZ" MATHEWS. funeral manager for the MIDC standing at the controversy over strtot was caused by Uiedearsoxalle. may be mmMUd" slightly, but

traditional gentlemen of Japan. front entrance of the admimstrat' building xt'nds a welronv hand lights on Galleon Drive In Port Juvenile dallnojuents who hint sum the famous fishing grounds
The youngsters were quite Royal resulted yesterday In a been denied mother love and th<. will ho enlarged by the canal

charming and the audience was to City Council from J. C, lack of having their rear endi .,..m.
letter baton with ub..,. but al.
of thoroughly s strap tllIl eaally ,
filled with their proud parents owner and developer
Sample, or a nice rut piece of wood. ready computed, la a wat.r main
brothers and sisters and maybe -':.. .. I\ Port Royal by their fathers," running from north U the Ta.ml .
and their of which were
their cousins aunts. ItT The letl.r,eoplel am I Trail down the Isles of
If only as a box office gimmick, at..Karel; sea supplied to news merits, wssaddressed CRIME, : PREVENTION"All Capri Rowel to Mreo Pass where

the change was Justified. '7'Aalai-, ,:. 1 to Mayor Turner,City police records show that It dlaaip| .ars under the w.ltt.
All of the principal playerswere 1). Manager Wood and Council mem. lighting of streets dust
\\ proper '. flny.4 vn 2)
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hers B read as followst"From ( page I
well bestowed and it Is ] more than any one thing to slot
the news
srtlcUs la
difficult to single out any one this sort of crime Also rape,

participant for individual hon- } I bad papers a tew, understand complaints that from you reel have mugging,Royal etc."Port rssldstt.hsv.thu United Fund \I

ors. The three little maids dents of Port Royal about the n.eellent :
Yum Tan, Peep Bo and Pint of street lighting that right to complain 1 U guarsn
Job
teed to them under The Dill oRights. At $32,940-
Sing were attractively sung and you did on Cslleon Drive And, It gives them something .
acted by Polly Jenkins, Susan ir- "This 1s par for the course to do twforo the port Royal .
Ballard and Esther Truln. 0 You probably also received one Poach Club and the Naples. Needs t A Lift

Completing the distaff side or two complaints that the beau Yacht Club opens for the Mason,
Jean Veenschoten was an excellent llful new roadway was too black and the cocktail circuit gets 111 Early Saturday morning re.
,precise Katlsh.,buuhe =dwr J- t via and the lack t
Continued<. 2) U the old rest, s.pt them s. this. form 01..pre..tonl however,, lo the United fund Ma |32,.
( pf with I aiM have a few rights as the MOM, of 4* per cent of tile

"1 carry tndtr It and now per owner of over one.llaltoUlletotal goal <4 |10.JIIUO.C. .
pie who have "sub rjutManduig Port Royal are J copley.ia/npalgn chair
City Building Judgment In buying residentialreal "1 like the new lighting on Gal man, viewing the progress saldi
estate Cal be *> thoughtless ban Drive and I hope you put "As we Inao the SM
Week $117,620The r In the matter proper lighting ofstreets. U all through the Port lIoa1lrM of the rampaJg the overall r..
-c They have probably b w U enough building develops U suits are wmewhal dlaappotnUIng

Naples building office pro. living In the pllrh dark so long Justify It. and progress is ...than tt

c.uedIOtlltr $117.6Z0 worth (mat they have I' of construction permits IB the sf owls. M It U until after IN Ws reel a"big lilt if we're going

week ut ended, and the totalso "If you will siamlne Me peas full mono and then make s com. lonaelt were report.
figures
far for November now standsti Ice records, I thuk you will mon sense chock of the Ire Saiwdar BwineSs6.067..
more 'break.Ing whoa tare Is no moon and preout id sa loUp*
$295,246. find there sea
> that how murk' OB, or r per cant; Profss.
commercial permits high.lighted this street } merit there U Ic
Two and entering' on
*!C5Wvvi aliens. |M2, or sis per eeMiRsPbsnal
.
T complaint
any
Hague
the week E. H Mar.hoeferjlr than any other street in 12
1.0J1 or
per
Co. Is making $50,000 PLANT to treat t'd fr hI'rend tar i Tarmami Teal undeiTEIXPIIONEPJCrilANOKbuiMinr during the put two years This V the majority of property Clot( Schools, 2J27 44 or 10 p.rwd
in alterations and additions within txlaIi owners on Callow Drive then
construction on thi I $107 or j i
employees,
Public
the present building for a res.taurant wart torn change raid this << '
Include kino per cent, and Advance gins, I
at the Edgewator y ownership of half the
Beach apartment hotel, 1(01 Gull Pope Reduces area) Vwn relocate the lights on ,(124,100 M per cent from Everglades '
Shore Blvd. Gor1r.tl Drive south of Port Royal Contributions ,
Royal Castle Systems, op*. Timo Of Fast and kindly put one light dually fliavAatee and Marco are begin.seld
In, and Copley
to come
rators of a chain of hamburger Is front of .y home day snow

stores has: contracted with" VATICAN CITY (AF) Fop ftelore doing anything further,, h. had asau/Mce made I a*good seek com
be
will
Miller and Solomon to build a ,..11I1 today reduced the tt night make serene to sail Ins ug .
restaurant at 1210 Math Street &length of fast for KomaaCatho.IK.S UgMlAg aspen (a will be happy witty office II Paying open
Uf
of the nattyycamplM.d lo pay the charge) and stop all The
North jest north befornmmunt t amateur ..... nUI Silo psi daily,
this .rwlllnc.
Inn Cod of
Holiday cere
durtag
scurred O> rungs In all dlrl...'. Copley
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will be 'I .000. the .. "WHh sympathy aJ wider.
the bulldlnc monies el stU14n-procM permit Indicates. EeumenlealCaavll standing of some of your proh.Una. oVtaod
of the Vatican attics will pick up ...
fund
Rutentert Construction Co Very truly rours". 1, the
: : among the bust.
will build a $_.000 house for The Pose said hat henceforth G. temple ...10'4'1na41 profsMtonal divisions
at 144 Hurricane feud "PJ Several prnportyowners, .see and
R.A Johnatone Catholics Med fast from MI 2J332.
mad to
C. Smith of 1200GaQeoe U a call is
bMlttdttgullits
Harbor Lane. Michigan Con. More
,, and drink 'inly uae hour
studios Co. will put op t receiving rommunion Drive who tolepKonode i
$17,000 house at 28*Spring Line For centuries the fast togas this normlng, have sialodthey

Drive for Lloyd KaterUniversal r..; .. ": .!..... .,.11', .. .: si midnight" starting the day whoU Jioertoifly agree with Weather Outlook
of
dregs has take out .. '" ". --r when somouwK would t* tak oe lighting the POP end.
permits for three ".000 ..1 a. """-... _. ._. .J! ,...k". ... "-_ 4 ... The fast iBchxM aster U the past have bee. worried Partly tl".4> IkrMgh tlnaday.Ills .
"T. h. ..... the fact thai the street around Ti.
ming pools. They wUl be lasfaLled .. POps Flu xn rhaagad that In over SaiMlay
at the homes of Frank B.Stovwesoo lf.n. 'Ffq'r" &":' A. to : IW7 |o three ave for tend and was sot llgMod. JGS.." Nftk.aiUrly ... I to U
; pccto4 thai Council
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IHO fourth Street SlCdnollc drink ons how for mil ,., "how kMrnnlag II to
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South; r A. jMcaes,gSOBaayu. uah-nti lust riving out ?f the ground aonalcdmUf drib, and eo Iliac will consider.. the letter at Its 2* mike per hail s....,. i iI
Mt .WICo
,.J. Circle Wedge;Delve.I tad Joseph. Darrow, 110 along the highwa I leading to oM Marco \'ill.K' limit cst water }I


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2 COlLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i Fl< Sund.y No..mb.r'k 22 I9M text years two h.nce."Sometlme)ears. or four or six Benny PlattIs Youth InjuredIn 0.l ,,, sN**'Me eV' to -4 ? .' 't'I'' r

li the distant fu. Accident
Marco It is planned to have the course ture perhaps as many as :50,000; SentencedTo i
e open in early summer people will be living here. Homes 'Satisfactory'An
Continued from 1) The plate show for and all that must accompany them
( page ) plans da. .
velopment of lots, will dot the whole Island It's 8 Years East Naples youth, InjuredIn '
then lead over t to the Island. over 8,000 I3
auto accident Wed.neaday
early
amazing I.n't it, said M R. an v.
some island others
Hundreds on waterfronts
will be laid of to miles supply of fresh water waterto pipe There are plans for "Buiz" Mathews, general manager assay MorrU PUtt of Naples morning is expected to r
the future homes. 600 estate lots which will con.tain for the Marco Island Development received an eight-year' be released from Naples Com.
Is. munity Hospital to-
Corp And It today or
At the point where the water an acre or more of land. prUon swraneat Friday after
morrow
main enters Marco Pass future The amazing changes taking lty to four counts 1
John B. Van
obonding Dunn, 16, was
place at n
Plans call for a bridge over the present are only the and tutting before listed in "satisfactory" condi. f
big body of water When the beginning Construction Just Big Turnout In Circuit Judge Lynn Ger- tion by the hospital Saturday M
bridge la constructed It will rising above ground now Is to aid.
shorten) the route from the north be completed In time for a pre. Everglades For morning which He was a passengerin
a car struck a parked
and lead directly to Collier Blvd Uminary seml-publlc opening The Judge ordered Platt ro road grader at S:20 Wednesday
on the Island scheduled for January 16. 4 Arthritis Meet serve four two-year sentences morning on that portion of the
It's not discernible now, but series of special events Is consecutively I east Tamlami Trail
j study of the plat plan. shows scheduled tor January IMS. Despite the opening of the four.laned now being 1
where the cemetery will be lo. Plans for the distant fu. hunting season on Saturday, On Thursday. Circuit Judge' Van Dusen "aah.lplnrMlchaelD.
rated, in addition to the busU ture multiply The Immediate November 14, a large crowd Archie Odom sentenced Robert Weeks, 18, deliver news.
ness section, and aim is to have but attended the 'Arthritis Break r
hospital sites, a complete DanUU to serve three years papers. Weeks was driving the
sites of future homes and rec. small community ready in 1969: fast" sponsored by the Everglades at the ,
Apalachee Correctional car and his injuries wero not
Woman Club In Fellowship
roati n Then there to
araas are plans accom. ,
Hall of the Community tamtam after accepting Dan- as extensive as Van Dusen's
The layout of a D-hole gnU modate people contemplatinghomes Church in Everglades.Approximately l.la' plea of guilty to breaking Both boys are students at Naples
course la visible to the eagle on the Island within the HO was taken and etnerkg.lodge High School $ ,nM

in receipts and the fund will be Van DUBWI la recuperating /
turned over to the Arthritis Foun. Odom also ordered from a broken Jaw cuts about ., J1tl+rt
datlon. Mrs. Helen Atkins and Willie Lee Edison to be placed the forehead and chin, and the
Mrs. Gladys Folkerth were co. on probation for three year lots of six teeth He received Qt'IITING IS NOT A LOST I ART, say these ladies of St. Ann's Guild
We have a delightful new line of party hostesses at the breakfast which Edison was convicted of grand these injuries when the impact stwinif CommitUt win hone nUll\ th\" luilt to be given as a prizeat
served from 8 to 11 larceny. of the crash sent his head a. dtnda\ December 5 at St.
was a.m. then annual Chl'i8tl11lbazol I ''11' )
Lillies silks;,velvAJs\ ,cotton, and wool gainst the car'a dashboard. Anns School From left are :Mis\ Foriest Warner :Mis\ Lewis; Page

Y Mis: ,Joseph!' Kohal.\: iM.1 Mts Ray L.uilki\ (NEW photo)
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Lilly PulitzerOf up Weather Review

f1PERMANENT Wave lot Mix Mm Rain tY
Nov. 14 1111 84 000
Nov 15 88 64 0.00
Inc. ,
Naples, Body H>'r Cut
and H<"r Staling Novl' US 67 001

_.. ,. .. ,. Nov. 17 84 62 000
'ii."0'"II"and .tyl.in Ia.h'anabl.""g'' ... .. 'u'.. .........., Nov. IK Ml 58 0.00
I7S bas AT, 8. Nov. 18 HI 511 ..03
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS Nov 20 84 65 Tr
Dill lupplittf by C.r bbian Qardt I
1U filth h. Se. P5.55 toll f IUS

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PRINCIPALS IN NAPLES PLAYERS' production of the Gilbert and Sullivan
opt'I'a.111,8(10: ( ," which scored an opening nijfht hit before' a full house fn
day night in Naples Junior high School Auditorium an shown above Identiliabl .
t, .. in th' foniriound art. left to right Hay Wain as Nllnkl-I'oo. Polly
454 .I"nkms as Yum Yum : Esther' Tiuitt, ,'ilti Sing ; Jeanne- \eensthottn, Nata.
sha : and AI Gener K".Ko, A second performance of the open was schedul -
LB -d for 8 ::15 o'clock Saturday nijht\ (NEWS photo)


Players Flowers That Bloom In the made a picturesque, gayly atmospheric -
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Spring" and "Tit Willow" background for the
(Continued from page 1)) fp Nanki I 1'00 I Ray Wain was a elaborate multi-colored cos

TURKEYS was, perhaps, too handsome for, sul able" hero and he did well.bT fumes Sir Arthur's score was well
)
=SB. 394 ROAST 594WILSON that aging\ charmer with whit A Wand'rdpgbkbnstreld,
by Mary
i cature Gilbert; of described a face. as a cart- In one the of. the Gilbert mew andSlIlIIvanponfoUo. enchanting songs- played Watkins and a large on and two chorus Mrs.pianos John contributed Stump

himself
The Mikado appears
embel Ish-
substantial vocal
only In the second of the two Kenny Schryver gave a clear .
ment, under lit Booker's di
CERTIFIED FRESH 10 & acts, but Dick Goodlette made definition role of poo to the many while faceted the rection. The principals and
59 and Bah
him a commanding figure
SLICED BACON LB. 59$ PORK HAMS 12 LBS used a capital his excellent rendition voice of the to LeI/>of fve Pish Tush of rounded Bun Gideon out the pic satisfactorily chorus filling ensemble made a populous but they, stage were

outnumbered on' the opening
OUR FAMOUS NOT JUST TAlh. BUT fACTS the Punishment Fit the Crime" ture.Designed night by a near capacity audi-
Don the
TAIIIr: rLIIS: OWNER IS NOW FULL TIME IN OUR song Al Goner's Ko-Ko was by Nick
MEAT: DH'ARTMFNTFXrHlrNTFI creation, and he setting, with what was presume ence.
an amusing
O E LM 0 N I C 0 ( : scored particularly in "The ably Fujlyama In the distance "The Mikado" was the second
IH ,ears silk thr Urftut meat parker In the world. Studied, and Gilbert; and Sullivan pro-
rhmilid In. every phase of beef, lumb, veal, pork rurlnit saunagt duction essayed by the Naples
making inspecting & gait riding of brat and beef product. Players Judging by Its reception
I Studied Smilhfitld Packing ('o. London, Fngland. 11137. the should do
,
STEAK I Ib. 99 C 2-internment Mudlfd; and meal Instructed Inspector fairy 1912 meal rutting r/itnJry OffcfricaOrrxce"' one every season group, an opinion

4. Managed one of the Urgent meal plant In the U.S. 1912. INDUSTRIAL: DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL with which the enthusiastic
* * ** ** S- ,\\r furry only the rent finest or Wentern meat In our meat t audience at the premiere
I Drpl rverthing: guaranteed or )our money hack 'rl MI! 2.3696 1175' Pine St, Naples Fla. : would doubtless agree.
t It.' 8. There in a DUU-HrMr;: ; In meat and .here they torn from
(HORKEL\ WILSON CERTIFIED how they are handled, rtt
)If Hive been aiuorlated with, and studied with l some of the bent known Meter for Longfellow'spoem
8, SWIFT PREMIUM
meat men In the huninen, and with the rhiln operators.It Hiawatha came from
FULLY COOKED HAMS & COUNTRY HAMS I 101 OtMKr: Tllr: llrST: Mr:ATS! ('liT TILE WAY 101 LIKE THANKSGIVINGDFCJRVTE the KalevaU," great folk
TIIrM: 1 WITH ('OIKTESY ('TINE SEE Us.! epic of Finland
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COLLItft COUNnr NEWS, Ntplw, No? ......v. New***, Jl. ,IH4 3

Negotiators Eye Monday .

11?FfFrom


Deadline For RR Strike r Hospital ReportADMISSIONS ..s ERVEOlffihITYFOOb


CHICAGO t, .-Fkni n(. tart of the strike, 6 a.m local men 11/11 "HermanPeelerCar-
Upton
dtators, Elzabeth JO 8t;
wing t
Monday morn time Monday.
lot strike deadline, planned A strike would halt service in Marlon Knebel, Betty Hodson.
Mnfttay meetlnc with railroad 187 railroads and terming 11A2--Alma Frye, Gents-
aa* union officiate Saturday. la switching companies that han deco Black Maude Brown
tap** of reaching an agreement die 90 per cent of the natl"s. Doredia Remben.MlldredCar-
la a wag dispute and bead M rail traffic. Other unions are pettier Corliss Raffleld.
a walkout which could halt moet expected: to observe the picket 1113Harry Mantjeult,
of the nation's rail traffic. lines that would be set up b\ u the Elizabeth Gunn, Mary Mills
Mediators hoped for a Joint hop craft union The .1"t> >p Laura WoodsJaneChllrdI,EU-
meeting of the carriers and offl.cW craft union members are in the nor Arick, Sylvester Hal:. c For ThesaF
of m hop craft unions to non-operating group and are not 11
/14--
fawotviflg settle the some 16.manth.old 140,000 dispute actually Involved In the move Fred Johnson Jeanette, Edna Peterson Harris,
workers. ment of trains.
Mediators have been in Chicago A spokesman for the ship, Don Johnson, Louise Merrill.
all week meeting separately craft unions said that "all plans Arthur Bryan, Otis Johnson TKNGiVING F'XiNb'
with the unions and railroads are made and ready for a strike Deborah Wain,Isabella Mohney,
but no Joint meetings have been at 8 a.m Monday." Ontl Gonzales, Wlllene Sir
held.Francis The railroads today an. mans. Monstella Tims.
A. O'Neill, chairman nounced that an agreement had HAS-Roy Armstrong Elvin -
of the National Mediation been reached with five other Kirby Mary Burroughs
Board, continued to express non.operatlnc unions represent James
Street, Mary Dempsey,
hope that an agreement would log 290,000 employes under
Jeffrey Jones, Emma Stevens.
be reached before the scheduled .Ual terms emergency proposed board.by a preslden.The em. 11/18 -- William Thomas. SUNSHINE SUPREX MARKETS

Earl Ida
ployes are members of the Craig Ashley, Faye
New CorporationsIn clerks, maintenance of way, DeVogt, Lou Ann Steele,Sheila "YOUR FRIENDLY Srh AVENUE STORE"
telegraphers, hotel and restaurant Johnson
The CountyTwo employes and signal men 11/1'--AUee Jim May
They had not threatened to Hurst. Frank Wheeler,Wlllard
new Collier County Cor- strike Miller. Phillip Gtnoltt.! Norman Swift's
porauons nave been chartered The six shop craft unions HIGH STEP l' P Susan MacLelsh. Mi'ey' McWllllams,
according to an announcement called a strike after rejecting Mareaux demonstrates the Sarah Ford.
made In Tallahassee by Secre- the board's recommendationswhich height of the Land Rover, BUTTERBALL 16 to 20 |b. averageWR'IYJ
tary of State Tom Adams. called for a wage Increase one of the exhibits at the DISCHARGES
of 27 cents an hour overa imported car show in San
They aret Naples ll/ll--Bonnle Moore. Del-
Speedway three-year period. They have
Francisco. This is the seventh
Inc.. (B-86987)) P.O. Box 311 phla Horne Bruce Natalie -
asked for 41 cents an hour. annual edition of the show. Howell
Naples. Autho stock 6.000 arlier this week wage agreements Alvarado and baby girl
shares of Com. at $1.00 per were reached with the William Thomas.
share filed November 12.dealIng carriers and 96,000 members of 11/l2- Granvflle Housand
In auto racing, etc. Incorporator the Brotherhood of Railroad We're Growing Eleanor Williams, William
'! Willard Hedden Trainmen and 28,000 members Doherty, Amelia Ennls
Sharon Yahl, Betty Hedden of the Brotherhood of Locomotive More TomatoesThe .... 39
Richard Tab!. all of Naples. Firemen and Englnemen. 11/13--<:.rl Hazzard Luther
Filed by George Vega. Jr., The two unions settled their. Florida Crop and Livestock Wofford, Ju'UJones.JohnDer-
within
disputes the framework
PI). Box 798, Naples. wage of the board's recomm.nodaUOIII. Reporting Service In Orlando nlgiud, Euphemls MummMar
Painting, Decorating and Pa- They had not thrtat. in a November 17statls- garet Walnw right,Betty Hodson lb.
perhanging Contractors Asso- coed to strike.Miami deal report shows that Florl- and baby girl. Mildred Carpenter .
ciation of Collier County Inc. dens planted 32,340 acres In and baby girl, Patricia -
8th Street. South Naples.Filed each tomatoes this season and that Greene. Order Your Turkey Early
I3 5 to 16 Ib
November 17 by Messrs.Soro- 2.980 acres were In the 1m- U/U"Patrlck 0SulUvan. average

koty and Taylor P.O. Box 206, Owner Buys Plane mokalee-Fort Myers area. Ruth LaTour, Darryl Stelger 434For
Naples. Purpose to encour- Last season the reports show Sylvester Hall, Doretha Rem-
age and promote and to elevate To Carry Guests Florida had 27,030 acres of bert and baby girl. Mary Mills Miss Fresh
the painting and decorating tra MIAMI BEACH (AP)--Resort tomatoes and that the Immo- and baby girl Carmen Upton.
des. Subscribers C.A. Anderson hotel magnate Morris Laos kalee-Fort Myers area planted ll/lS-Marlon Knebel. Ber-
635 8th Street. South; burgh Is buying two airliners, at 2.800 Indicating a slight Increase nadette Black Deborah Wain, That "Different"HOLIDAY '
George Uhl, 2761 Stoner Avenue a cost of $19 million, to shuttle In tomato production Mary Gunn.AlmaFrye.Corllss ICE I CREAM
; Ray Smith 955 6th Street quests back and forth from New locally. Rtffleld and baby girl. Mon 'It'
South all of Naples. York to his seven Miami Beach The reports show that tomato stella Tints, Onll Gonzales DINNER
oceanfront hotels In the Immokalee\ -Fort
growers UA6--Edna Harris Mary
Myers area are well into the RudlofT JuneChurdhJannetts
( harvest season a number of Peterson, Don Johnson, Mary *PRIME RIB ROASTS
growers already In the second Brimley Elizabeth Jones, Do- if STUFFED TURKEYS 2 :
d and third picking.Sideswipes. rothy Rose Wlllene Simians.
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CHRISTMAS GIFTSfor Harry Manlgault. FRESH PORK HAMS

11/17--LouIse Merrell. Ida BONELESS TURKEYS
Car, Ashley and baby girl, Joseph( Half Gallons
Weeks, Isabella Mohney, Laura PRIME-BEEF TENDERLOIN

The Holiday Season Given Ticket Wood Anhur Bryan,Roy Arm DUCKS GEESE CAPONS -

Richard Lomax, neo Davis strong. ROASTING CHICKENS BUFFET HAMS
b Boulevard was given a ticket
See our for careless driving and l leaving\ BIRTHS SEE CLAUDE FOR THAT "BETTER SELECTION"
the scene of an accident, alter tr/u,-) r. and Mrs.Gregory r H
Boutique Line Of Gifts
he was alleged to have side Wayne Hodson, baby girl.
wiped a vehicle at SMS o'clock 11/12--Mr and Mrs. Lewis
;j Luxurious Items Friday night on Fifth Avenue, Ernst Carpenter,baby girl. 1uiTriTi4
South, the l rl :&
near Trail U/13--Mr.Mrs.Thomas l
that lovely lady
D any William B. Sims of Lakelandwas
Mills Jr.. baby girl Mr. and
driving west on Fifth Avenue
would like to Mrs McRae re
owni. when Lomu tried to pass him, Rembert baby
I according to the police report. girt Mr. and Mrs. John Raf
t Damage was estimated at $15 field. baby girl.ll16"Mr dr'a
l 1'ta4 'caaty S4/u to each car. SgU D. L. Baas and Mrs Robert
made the Investigation tor Naples Ashley baby girl| Mr.and Mrs FANCY FLORIDACUCUMBERS
Police. Robert DeVogt baby boy.
i. HA7-Mr. and Mrs, Ralney
Call Ml 2-6672 The Naples Shopping!*,, Forces of the US. Invaded Jim. baby boy Mr. and Mrs.Klrby .
I. and occupied Mexico City In I: Junior Ford baby boy.

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e Services Planned
1

Will Trade 1 For Thanksgiving CHESTNUTS lb. 39cCrisp

1 Thanksgiving Day services will
1 be held In the riral Church ut 1t5J
1 Christ Scientist, Naples, at Green ;.
1 1 11 a.m. Visitors are welcome /lease
wIP.'lr:4:: One feature of the service

will Christian be a period Scientists when Individual standup CELERY4mij2 .ril

I voluntarily lo eipreas their
4i' & thanks to God In Uielr own words.
The sermon on "Thank
; 1 I II vtnc"-u In all Christian Bd. Stalk "
.V. sate aervtce: *>iOll eonalst of
) readings from the Bible, and
I iit... ii. also from the Christian Idenc.t.xtbook .
"Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures" .by.
i. Mary Baker Eddy. There will TINY wireBOILING
3D also be hymns and a period of
1 prayer ONIONS 2 go 39
The Golden lest for (the day e
,. la from Psalms 22 i "All the -
...... X" -_..-. 1 ends of the world shall rem.m.ber fANCY
-_ ..,,, or. 1 and lure unto the Lord __ BAKING APPLES 2 tea 29STUFFING $
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and all the hundreds of the na.
tines shall worship before the e' tflliriar PEPPERIDOI ARM
;
i N.Io' 1 A related passage to be read

Better Waterfront Value In Florida from these Science Unest and"1t Health should Includes be thor. BAG 29$
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Thia rscrptionally fine home II iltuaUd 'la I mOlt tsrlutlvt" nation of MIIhtllll ouctily understood that all marI SOUTHERN PLANTER
I Naplei. The exotic 'tnderaped lot has system and Is one of have oi* Mind! one God and Father. < 24!
I tke largest<< f If not the largest lot In B.Yi't: HriARBOR. 1 .!: Life, Truth, aM Lave SWEET POTATOES 2 CANS 3 9$
will
The superb homo ii almost brand new CBS oni'nKtion. actually built oily month become perfect In
I ato It has a full house a-t conditioner that cool or heats the year .,..IId. There ntlecant proportion aa this fad becomes
I wall te well rarptln and (uxorious dr.,.*. Terraise n-.. cement tae rooftfif. 1 apparent, war will cease and the MOTTS
s ipaetaM %0'1 U' living room four Imp "twdreoma, three bath. a "here .er esed. true brotherhood of mu will bee
I In orrh, double fanand a chain link fenced ZO'iW play yardCenvenienrea 1 .at>llb r (P 4811"11). OSAGE PEACHES APPLE SAUCE

I galore: an 'lnUr-eom system, numerous TV plu-",*. eft Mel! Ms lit. 1
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I nil parad te will fire you ..1..1and dignity and tilt vow ie Into S.*tlk.et 1 IXTRA SUNSHINE STAMPS With the Purchase of I
1 rtorMa't striking ian..fa. arras Naples' Bay faring Crayton Cove aid the new WANT AD With the Purchete of I. i I
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RALPH W. LOEW, D.D.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1964 Newspaper Enterprise Asm.


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I John F. Kennedy- Memory Lives There tree are in two our kinds neighborhood of leafless .


Some have known the
Every Collier Countlan vividly remem- viewers, Jack Ruby shot and killed the ,, glory of the recent weeks.
accused killer. Never before In history q >nr holding for a brief momentthe (+. ji jiw1
bers /
November 22 1963.
had millions of people seen an actual glint sunshine throughthe
That was the day the almost unbelievable i NI brilliance of rampant / }
murder committed.The .
announcement was made that color.
shifted to Washington, I tall
scene others,
There the
are
President John F. Kennedy had been shot
where thousands of mourning Americans elms marked with a tattooof

by an assassin in Dallas waited In 'long, slow moving lines for an blue, the smudge which
Even though the Associated Press has been J placed by the foresters r
the casket of the slain
to
opportunity see diseased tree.
wire here at The News kept giving details to indicate a
president. Many cried unashamedly This is more like the marking
of the shooting It was difficultto of the in ancient times Ing. "The pressures of life
Then the funeral' and the slow mowing leper
came
believe that the young, handsome National 9Y// ( than the hateful marking by develop staying power andstaying

President had been the target for a bullet Cemetery.procession to Arlington % the And racist what of of our mankind own time.as ence and power competence brings compet.develops

and lay dying in a hospital.The Today It Is somewhat difficult to .f r'af winter comes? The Psalmist hope."
a It Is this hope that Is too
paper was on the streets withinan talked of a good man as
hour with the sad news headlined realize that all this happened just one good tree whose leaf would frequently endangered.There's .

year ago. The 365 days that have passed not wither. He wasn't discussing no easy answer nor
within black border but readers solution but somehow"
a many other events of im the seasonal changes; he glib
have
found it difficult to believe. Such seen so many was talking of the death of there must be new rootage.
portance.But 4l asserted that whatever and the belief that Just as
these honor. He
in
things did not happen
just few Collier Countians can not remember ( a man's accomplish there are no automatic victories .
modern times in a civilized country.But f p ments triumphs. there are also no permanent
where they were and what they or personal
the reports were true. Television there must be a rootage of defeats, unless the
doing when they first were told the of the structure of
networks started showing pictures of the were character which Is marked bya core our
unbelievable news that an assassin's bul- man's relationships with his hope Is diseased.

actual shooting. let had struck down the President. God and reflected In his relationships It was a confident faith that
The passage of time has softened the with his fellows caused that ancient poet to

tremendous shock dealt the nation that His death was a personal blow to mil This is the kind of person sing, "Blessed Is the man

lions of Americans. And they have not u" who is in distinct contrast to who walks not in the counsel
day by the violent death of John Fitzgerald the handsome man with ";? the -leafless desert of the of the ungodly, nor stands In
forgotten young "
Kennedy. History, which never mind, the waste of !feelings the way of sinners nor s.ts:
the smile and wit. Millions have, of the scornful"
stands still, moved on and other events ready unemployed" whom Byron in the seat
memorial BARBSBY Someone once said that Institutions
or will contribute toward a described.To .
have slowly absorbed the interest and aren't killed. They
to keep on
ask a
person
bear his
which will
energies of the people. library name. TODAY IN WASHINGTONBY IIAL COCHRANIt's hoping Is not to settle for just die and then someone

The first anniversary of that tragic But history has not stood still since tragic that there's often things as they are. Real hope comes along and buries them
with the It's not true but there'senough
quite
that fateful satisfied
day is
never
event back vivid and saddening THE ASSOCIATED PRESS much more horsepower In an
brings
to of a edge thereto
sharp
less present. It doesn give up
The has become no ominous there Is horse
present than
engine
memories of that incredible day. The the blue smudge of a dead hurt. Maybe it's the blue
the future no less challenging sense In the driver' seat. because the smudge that marks the di.
television networks started marathon coverage Audubon Park tree or quit
at tile 0
or promising. Other events of global significance WASHINGTON CAP) Sen. captivity leaves are gone for a season. seased tree and then there In
of the assassination No detail was Zoo In New Orleans. debt
'in often
another fallen
have taken place since then Margaret Chase Smith R. Being deep Many a wise man's courage the sound of
too small for notice by the cameras and Maine, lays "the timing" by comet from spending what has been mulched by the masterpiece of the genera
commentators even In recent days. Americans have Secretary of Defense Robert 8. you lead your friend to leaves of receiving defeats tions. U', not the season to

television once again exercised their right to choosea McNamara of Ma announce think you earn until he came through the worry about the fallen leaves
Americans sitting at their ment that 93 military basis 'edaytnHlltory long winter of discontent. These are the seasonal de

sets saw Lyndon B. Johnson sworn in as president.But would be cloned "is highly sus We hope that some political There is a sentence from feats. The real concern of

President of the United States. They saw John F. Kennedy still retains a pect" because It comes Just two candidates who constantly St. Paul which reads: 'Tribu the man of faith is the health

arrival the place In the hearts of Americans. Manyof weeks after the faction. lation works patience patience of the tree and that, says
and heard him speak on at his words remain bright end new in "Why wu this withheld from I works experience, and every saint of the years is
Washington airport the people;. Mrs. Smith uked experience brings hope" Dr. what happens when a man

Then started a series of Incredible memory. "Ask not what your countrycan Friday In a statement Issued By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Edwin Aubrey paraphrasedthat has kept faith with the
after the defense seereUry Today Is Sunday. Nov. SS, the Almighty'!
do for on day description aptly by say-
events that will be remembered foreverby you listed bases to be closed tor 27tH day of 1964. There are 89 -- .....- .... ..-- -
those who saw them happen. The suspected People will remember November 22, economy reasons.WASIW4OTON. days let In the y ar. ---

assassin was arrested and jailed '1963, as long as they live and the Today' hUhllfht In hurtoryiOo kissed babies kissed their What Say Get Out

millions of television young man who died that day. (AP) Th this data In 1943 PresU chances goodby. Two unsavory looking
Before the of The requirement that applicants
eyes director of army aviation, Brlc. John Kennedy was shot characters walked into a
dent F.

.__ _. _. .oa _"", .,-..",,_._ Gen. John J.used Tolson In South says VietNam that and killed by a sniper while rid. You can gel a shock from must speak for Welsh teaching was lifted jobs liquor store In Denver and"
"" ""-' "?. "" ,, '' ., helicopters demanded the I Idon't
'
< Dallas money.
.. v In the
'. < ::C' In I motorcade from
ji'h'i' : Ing electricity just
:" p./ ", '1 ., : ...:.;,W;::>. ,: ( / are far Isis Oov John Connally of Texas Wit you when kids think this Is very funny
much ruffed than most pay members of the education .
nor
the sane day said the owner. Without
wu wounded leave the lights on all over
people realize.Gen. Lee Harvey Oswald was u. the houte. committee admitted theydidn't a word, both men walked
ToUon laid Friday that understand it.
rested and accused of the kill out
I more than one million Individ

ual missions have bn flown by tni. ..
tl= .. .. .. !... .... Army small plant and halleop. On this date ---------. ---
:
ten la South Viet Nam and that In 1'174. the founder of the

of thoM hit, only two per cent British Empire In India Lord Historical COLLIER COUNTY

have been lost.WASHINGTON. Robert Olin, died
A Little Lift In 1890, President Charles de
Diminishing Returns Oaulla of Franc wu bore. By KURT GRIESSHABER I AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA I
AP TIle
( ) -
As you grow older you don't have to Poise: The art of raising the eyebrows number of whooping cranes at In 1918, King Albert of till ..

avoid temptation, temptation avoids you. Instead of the root. the Aransas National WUdlU Belclan ntrd the liberated

-THI Qtossm (ASK) NEWS OBUWVCBr -TH Aacou (ILL.) cOtIIoIUU; ) refuge In Texas has reached S3 capital city of Bruals.to **. CALUSA INDIAN RELICS
1941 Nail armies captured
Including tight young. ,
/ oft / -
< it : : Thru more adult whoop ra the Russian city of Rostov.

Seat LearningThe arrived Friday after their In 1943, the Roosevelt-Church.
of
author and illustrator
Kurt Gnesshaber
Hope Springs southward flight from the Cana. Ill-Chiang kalAek, conference ,
the boat la u-ually of f this of historical articles
one who rocks opened In Cairo Egypt. series
An optimist Is a man who la hurryingto dlM nesting grounds
meet his date. not at the oars. Last spring SI adult bird Ten years ago -Soviet First this week gives proof that many

ILL) HUULO -THI BELLOWS: FALLS (VT.) Tint made the northward flight. On Deputy Foreign Mlnlatar AndratVlahtnaky interesting and historically valuable
HEtOKTS (
-THI ARLINGTON that basis It la poaslbla that a.v.en died In New York fol. items still are to be found in the

more adults could return toArana. lowing a heart attack. area, as well as throughout Collier I I I

QUICK QUIZ ... Fir years ago The Cuban County. found
Besides the eight young atAraiuu Federation of Workers withdrewfrom Drinking cup from shill

Attack on North Viet Nam I ninth Is recovering tile Communist Inter. Gnesshaber has sketched several nor o local golf count.

Favored by Top U.S. AidesBY A/-About population/ 3,250.000,000 from WUdlU an Injury Refuge suffered In Colorado In Can. cy lion of of UA Labor imperialism calling it an aian. can find similar things if they are care

fifth of whom live ful and observant ;
and one- One year ago Vic President ,
RAY CROMLEY within Communist China'sborders. ada.U Lyndon Johnson wu sworn

Washington Correspondent all adult return to Aran. In M 38th president following I Shell owl found near o local
.U. and all Dine young survive, the uaaaalnation of PrealdmtKannady.
Alln.WASIIINGTON
Newspaper Enterprise Q-Who commanded the tile total wild whooping crane carved In "/ marine
(NEA Minute Mm in the Battle\ of population would reach 41 the Rife a'.n pipe

The mood here Is for an attack on North Viet Nam.I Lexington during the American highest line count of the rare .t: lw :J'11'0", .h.pe .1 .It .1I1.et.r.
/ War bird started tt winters Shell Hoe
and civilians at the Pentagonand Revolutionary wr
find this among military THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS.44.5w.II.q.pachu.frm. |
the State Department and among acme men close to the A-John Parker. ago found neerKwik.Chek.

White Mouse I Another seven bird are In N... dv.rli0.r.H01 .
The decision to attack the north hat not been made officially I. Q-What is the name for .4U.l ;,,<_.II. J
the feeling that some people .. ; ;If

At President Johnson's order, teams of tired men In the have that when they, are / /
turned around, directions are T AICI4At. --
have been working 18
Pentagon and the State Department
hours a day seven days a week to get recommendations ready not aj they should .be? mmmmCROSS I!. ITA M L.Tr..GOI1 discoveries of 1
Disorientation.Q Sensational
by the time Ambassador Maxwell Taylor returns from Saigon A- 1 O \ I
shortly .\ 31. haul s.s RLA on ODOOA .. ancient Indian relics recently ( "
do radio wives and ))
But ai one high official puts It privately, the war Is going -How fast 1. !Squeue U. S.nuuet .O.yIA have been made in Collier '" ? L

10 badly that something" must be done "to keep the situation travel A-As fast as light 186,000 ... Frtremny) mentor K RMtL MOD Lea This Counties.summer a Fort .,.".
within bound. 7. Carnaet 33. Tidal 11IIIII. \" put
he the Reds have stepped miles second. 33. Old fro. ATt.'Tt.tltt.OSNAS.L..t. resident uncovered In lies In the Indian mounds. In
In the past few months, says, up AnwtonoM) Inlulllnil ... Myers
the north Into South (N.nmB lnhHoilM Cabana Indian the Lake C eorgurea.farfrom shell In the could not
their shipment of men and arms from U. 1.1111111111 eolnoU this area a rare area. WI
Viet Nam along the Ito Chi Minh trails and by aea They have l'.rts uf 1h. 31. Word ez.n U00 PAs.ActDLOMLI. knifa. Made of bone the knife any settlementhe was uncover- but wonder what our frustrated

begun to ship in "heavier" equipment. n prrlllill It13.t1'ur '- ATO has Intricate caning around ing ornamental pottery In a archeologist friend would have
Im lod IIqll ACT t.t.TO.O and small shell mound. While he how the
of and
ilJMLIIIIIMSPIP* die pommel grip thought this,
illS ESTIMATE IS ECHOED by key officials through the
16. Proofreld. U. CIIT IIIn wAStl..C" W.H. (those are his Initials) wu so engaged a uniformed seU-rlehteous people who had
government. They now put It this way: NEWS s nuark loss and uked
COUNTY approached
COLLIER person
the knife burled In an labeled him robber"would
The war can't be won by attacking North Viet Nam. But ...., IT Out of U. Squnlautl SOU'TlON 0' YlSTUDA 'UZZLID found If he had a permit from the a "grave
unless North Viet Nam la attacked the war can't be won In MICMAIL CHANCL 14.1. 11. o.UIII' U. Bacball3t old campsite which unfortun- have felt to see the prehistoric
the south. THOMAS HAVER. AMoeltt senseMAN5HAII : Sm'ant from Writ llrdftlOr atelv has now been leveled by state to dig In the mound.Whenhe pottery and Items

You can't lick the Vietcong, these men lay, so long as you OPOLKA.WYATT ,1,401'eoll.MnrALBERT ...",*. U. hllllalt 46. n"un srr. \'Ihr.un bust! bulldozers preparing for a answered In the negative, crushed to bits
of officers 2T Redact slldv I.: !Second 8. FYllaaba he wu arrested and charged
have a continuing source of supply new organizers DAVID HCMMANSON. Can Dlr.use building project.
and equipment from Red Hanoi. Aa fast as you kill off their MRS. LOUISE DAUB Offl* Mar.Publlthwl 2a. Mdl brew U. Dissms 3. Dumb has d- with disturbing a cemetery He W* were advised that this

trained noncommissioned officers, new ones move In. As fast ..e..t M.nd.y 21.! Centcdl U. Ioulbflll ... 511&111I1111I 9. llIlkll1 This sensational find was lodged In Jail! and paid a son of digging was not "grave

as you knock the heart out of one group, a new organizer .n4 t.tur .y.a.lly.In: Ik* *nriM s n hyth 11I11.01 slang 5. Herb rC 111..1. moristratal the artistic cultureof huge fine before being releas robbbg".bur-the progressive
Colli.r Ccunly Pukllttiinf, C*... thnacl 49! Iorlllill 6. fuothh IU Pig gurus the pra-SpanUh Calusa In* ed. He wu denounced Innews-
appears. 741 Ts.a h AVOHI* aoum. N 1:1: 41u1101IT expansion of the state.
.IM... PI.", IJ.... Mill *4drM P. O. ,\\I. Rn<>n ell"Iotllurr part OtlaaaeI dlana. At the rum of the Century -' paper articles u a vUe vandal W* have heard of dozens of
UNTIL RECENTLY, some of these lime men Insisted that .. 1717.Tl remarkable finds were and righteous people wrote let-
attacking the north would do little or no good. .""hon. Midway I III? lor ..114.p.rt""IO. odor Instances: where archeologlsts
s f I'U bland but unfortunately "
1. S c made on Marco ters the rob-
J denouncing raft
11.5hn"! ,
47 Into
ran while engaged
How to carry out any attack hasn't been agreed on. . : the objects weremade ber.H The Informed him difficulty !
Some officials and officers argue for bombings. They have l n.IN id Fano judge In mound scratching. The best
MI"1eft .t U -
the targets picked. They've decided on the planes and the IYIlrse *r mL) ,.>._'. *" 0 21 Food"fish of wood and disintegrated that state laws protect these course for those Interested In
23 Evergreen when exposed to sir historical sites.A .
units to do the job. IS1T preserving historically Impor-
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IT building
On* Y.* 111 II.l Month 0 shrub ft U regrettable that
Others argue for a sharp Increase In agent penetration. Thru Monlhi M 71Mmkr 24 tam Items seems to be to follow
Their work could eventually pay off heavily In sabotage, tin Tli. AMlt4 *Prose > / 11 0 Tup phatofr.phet work In South Florida b few months later w* were the bulldozers and pick up the
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disaffection which .Is onttdo *iclviv.ly to hMM ; ; resulting In the leveling and In the
destruction and ins __1...". .! .11 lot. 2> Contraetsial LakeGeorge area.diving pieces on a rainy day.
....... Mmt print**! M this Mine a / SOME OFFICIALS WANT TO BEEF IT loyal Laotian attacks well .* all A*> now* ai_lc *a.CMarW mounds before the relics still
In where
the
area the
on North Viet Nam'a Laotian "volunteers," heat up that se ..*.** .1.! .. ..)."*? .t lJ II. 11 itdl 26 Common This ed a Urge" mound In Lee County
.. 0 there can be salvaged. had been
*rM both archeologist arrested,
to Hanoi preoccupied. Post Otlic *'N.t"i':,. 10 seal and after a rain had washed
war keep Mn.r Act N "' ordinances that
14 DI14MCTJo despite state a hug mechanical shovel
naval blockade II JJ JIl vu away the land a boy
Others for a strong combined with young
argue n. NEWS .....?tr M ........ fa Consumes make tt a crtmlnallctloraman scooping up shell and loading found a Calusa SIs
attacks supply depots. atone pipe.
Moil on officials r've talked to want a staggered attack. Do a "o'lIt'tlCnr Ise.tM I- awes Mao'-.sHs 51 vn..lsad,,. -;/ ;: ).. Modified Ida to dig Into these places it on a barge !tan shell wu made of a type of atom

little wait and tee what happens, then do. a little more This (lr Mum t.t** M in n -UIrMDOtw.kility ., plus without permission. then shipped to DeLand. on- found only In the bay and 1s

ghes Red Ho. Chi Minh a chance to think and gives us timeto rr. or .m,....n. m 'yrtitnont f JI J. ; / 0 J1 W 19 Assess Cuffed A few years' ago we interviewed loaded Into trucks and dump* carved Into. the shape of an
.. kwt If M1N.d M wch or- ardeologlet -
witch for Red China's reactions. reds ".... t,i. best New N M aMoor 41 4J ,. 41 Black an amateur td live a road bed u fill alligator Unlcaie finds IflastMs
Some favor timing the attacks to new Red Incidents, suchas woK .roprlnt. rrctly tn wtlicn thtport / \ Kkou who recounted a sad u- Steamrollers finished he Job are CJ11te rare, but bey do occasionally

the Tonkin gulf affair in which U.S. warships were rushed "'. wise at MM_*..",.ninin.*. l.. t'.. ...- U I I4T U. Tire patience He was an Instructor of crushing to bits any vtkiabl happen.

by Red torpedo boata. .Km* .lmnt. .1__M ST"im.* irrctin l0 43 AruActalIwguaga In a New York untrerslry relic that might haw been If aame of our readers have

These differences are tactical I found no officials or officell will* ..._IvM...... tl tn* *-vrtiMr .< f .., 0 ., I IPer. and regularly made trips to men.Th. found such hems the Collier
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I talked to against an attack, except one who suggested *' pr*nt.*n ky<*a.*n.! +tn ss.M* totltt qua s.: tt 44 rrotxbcT Florida in the summer for the contractor Informed nhe Comrjr HUTortcalJoderjwoOenjoy .

we ought to look for some way to get out of Viet Nam altogether rgwossMd In* *rrn. *."l* se *lflitt4 :* .....U t.Ia -- sect purpose of searching for re* tad a state permit to dig bearing about them.







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Three Historic DecreesVATICAN y\ **Jt&6'B g

CITY (Afl-pope and death freely, beoeae of the
Paul VI and the Vatican Ecu. sins of all man and oyt of Mite l
menkal Council Saturday pro. love." Wote :
cUlned three historic decrees Prelate from the Middle East

defining Mitred leaderahlp at opposed the declaration, citing VY7 V
the lummlt of their church and opposition in their largely Mo.
new approachea to Christian lean laAde. > JANE MARTIN

unity.At. A key portion, wMek A..rU
former public carmnonioacloelnc can cardinal and btsfcof had ..JOn

the I Hot Maalon ol the fought for, says "The Jewish Naples is certainly putting its best weather foot forward

council the
tMembled Roman people should never be Ai
Catholic prelate* laaued these presented u one rejected this fine November to impress one and all. And it

decrees cursed or guilty of deicide 'Is particularly nice for those lust joining the ranks cf de.
1. "De Ecclesla" (on the N*. killing God." voted Neapolitans.Mr .
ture ot the Church), defining The first decree, "De E a
the concept ol coUeflallty that dealt," on the Church is and Mrs. James Walker, and Mrs. Walker's

the bishops collectively share the major theological pr J. mother Mrs. Henry Wilson are new year-rounder living
power with the Pope over the nouncement ot the council It
on Third, Street
Church proclaim a oolleglallty concept South. The Walkers lived In the Dominican -

S. "0. Oecumenlsroo" (on that all the bishops together Republic for many years where he was In the cattle

Catholic Unity), outlining might ways Roman hare power with the Pope In business After retiring, they lived In Raleigh, N. C., for
Join other governing the Church. three
Christian on the path to Chrlt. It complete the work of the yean before coming to Naple

flan unity through common 1889-70 Vatican Ecumenical Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mark Skelton nearly gave up
prayer and In other way. Council which proclaimed the the idea of
retiring to Florida. their last
Naples was
S. "De Ecclesti Orientallbua doctrine of Papal Infallibility. stop
Cathollcla" (On the Catholic Civil war In Italy halted that on a tour of the state. They found what they wanted g55

Oriental Churchei), dealing council before It could deal with and are now completing the furnishing of their apartment tr
with Eastern Rite Catholic and the other aide of the lafal tblllty
their relation with their non. principle the definition of col. m the Gulf Towers. The Skeltons lived In Scarsdale, v

Catholic Orthodox Christian leglalrfhared authority by blsh. N. Y for 20 years before moving here a few weeks ago. t

nolfftibors. op* with the Pope. MRS. RICHARD THOMPSON COLUER If the weather turns bit capricious, It doesn't matterto
The
lavish ritual Inside St. The document on Christian
Peter' Basilica opened when unity, "De Oecumenlcino" is those/: who have loved Naples for a long time and

Pope Paul wa carried in on the first conclllar decree !In his. Turnbull Collier know the over-all picture is near perfect. Among these "
his portable throne at the end tory dealing entirely with R Je residents ",
arriving recently were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coffin -
of a colorful procession of the man Catholic effort to bring all
archbishop and bishop, Vole. Christians closer together. The marriage of Mill Ann H. Whltfleld Carhart of New Binnacle+ Point Port Royal. The Coffins spent the

es of the Sistine Choir flowed The documents sty that all Room Turnbull to Richard York and Locust Valley, wa i summer months between Marblehead Neck M...., and
through the church. baptized Christian "are In real Thompson Collier took place best man for his stepson. The Wolfeboro N. H. They will spend Thanksgiving with Mr.CoHtn's PAMELA SUE HENMNG
Pope Paul and 24 other preU communion with the Catholic Friday afternoon at five o'clock usher were Terry K. Collier
late then conjointly celebrated Church even though this com. at The Central Presbyterian and Thomas Carhart, brother brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bruce

Mall, Just t* was done on Sept. m union 1* imperfect." Church, Park Avenue and 64th of the grooms; Royal Victor IB, Coffin either here or In Bal Harbour. Also here are Mrs. Henning LedfordMr.

14 for the opening of this Coon. It lay out for Catholics t pro. Street, New York. William W. Foshay, Jr. of New Ralph Rush, Ninth Avenue, South who the
cil. gram for common prayer and The bride is a daughter of York; E. Maxwell Gedde Jr. spent turn-
But the document on rail interfaith men+ina > promote Mr. and Mr*. Phillip Room of Locust Valley, L.l J William mar In lake Willoughby, Vt., and Pittsburgh Mr. and and Mrs. William II, Henning of W40Llnwo>xi

glove liberty, the Church in the unity, tell bishop to stimulate Turnbull of 773 Park Avenue H. Moore m of Greenwich,Conn.; Mrs. L Randolph Mason, who are at their home on Kings- Avenue, South East Naples, announce the engagement
modern world, pastoral duties unity work and allow worship and Mr. Collier, a son of Mr. Clendenin J, Ryan Jr. of Morris of their daughter, Pamela Sue Henning, to L.wN.\ .
of bishop and other topic are In common In certain case*. H. wmtfleld Carhart of New York town, N.J.J John D. Moore Jr. town Drive after several months In New York and Mr. Udford, Jr. of Eat Naples

still to be completed. and Locust Valley, Long Island of Short Hills, N.J.I Darragh and Mrs Herbert Ludeke who are here eight months of Mill Henning Is a gradual of the Niplea! Senior Hl!!'li

Conservatives who opposedthe and the late Samuel Carne A. Park Cl of Far Hills, NJ. the year and go to their home in Boothby, Maine, for the School and Is presently attending the Fort My'ri lusty
declaration on religious Ube Collier of New York and Del. Mr*. Collier, a debutante of other four. College.Mr. .
erty succeeded In preventing a CanalesFuneral ray Beach, n.. the 196142 season, was a Udford attended school In Franklin N.C. and t i.
final vote on it In this session. The Reverend Dr T. Cuthrle member of the Junior Assemblies
service for TeodoroR. now the Sunshine ,
CHANGING HOUSES employed it Suprex Market !Nupirs:
An Amerlcan lnstlgated petition Speera Jr., pastor of the First and was presented at a dinner
.
Ctntlea 42 who died Friday A
June Is
by 1,400 bishop for a vote dur. morning In his homl In Immo. Presbyterian Church In New preceding the Grosvenor Ball. Mr and Mrs. P. H. Pope were busv. the end of the_ \ wedding planned. ..
log this session was turned Canaan, Conn., performed the She attended Chapin School in summer houses -
tales were held at S o'clock changing In Michigan. The took
down Friday by the Pope. ceremony, assisted by the Rev. New York and wa* graduated move Peoria where Mr. Welch Is still active es director AM.I\. I
Saturday afternoon
The declaration Individual from the First emend from The Ethel Walker SchoolIn them out of Birmingham to within five minutes of their
uphold Baptist Church ot Immokalee Dr. Robert A. Edgar, treasurer of the Peoria Journal Star He Is chairman' ,of
freedom to follow on.'* with the Rev Eldon Danlel.pu. Putor of The Central Pre. Slmsbury, Conn. In 1981. She favorite golf course Pine lake Country Club. They are the board of the
and defend also attended Pine Manor University National Bank of Peoria, at+l,1
own religion all tor In charge. byterlan Church. There was a College at the Canterbury Court for the winter.
religion from Interference by Interment was In the 1mm ok reception at the Hotel R. Regis In Wellesley, Mass., and The Na. also director of the Commercial National Bank of Peom
the state. lee Cemetery. Funeral arrangements a.. Mr. Turnbull gave his daughterIn tlonal Academy School of Fine Mr and Mrs. James E. Lose did a house switch this 'Mr.. and Mrs Alan Slide are also In their apartmcnat >

The controversial declaration were made by the Earl marriage. She wore a gown Art In New York. summer too, In Fox Chapel, Pa. They are now relaxing at the Gulf Towers
condemning antKemitlam and of Ivory satin The They formerly lived on Third Street
embellished at bridegroom was graduated
O. Hodges Funeral Chapel In their home here on 21 at Court South. For
,
proclaiming the Jew blamelessIn the neckline with rose point and from St. Mark School ..outbebaroueb Thanksgiving South."'
Naples.
the Crucifixion of Christ won Beside his widow, Maria duchesse lace and fashioned with Ma**., and b I Gel from the Loses will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Henry And; Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mulligan
are aiming at "mIng >
overwhelming approval Friday. Canales, he U survived by six a fitted bodice, short sleeve and Yale University where he wu Boyd Others at the Boyds will be Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
It must undergo minor revision sons Adam a full skirt terminating in train. a member of Zeta PiU He la In the first of the year (but hoping for Chrlstm\'
; Rosesento, Paul, Collignon and the Harold K. Woods
in the month ahead. Amando, Lauro and Mario, all She wore t full length veil of with The Morgan Guaranty Trust They are supervising the decorating from their pre',.<"t
According to an official SUIT. of Immokalee; a daughter, Mr*. tulle bordered by lace and Co. of N.Y. and a member of Mr and Mrs, James Mersereau drove a car down home on Bougalnvlllea Drive.
mary, the historic declaration Juantta Molina of Ruskin; his carried a bouquet of white but. the Racquet and Tennis Club, f for Mrs. Mersereau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams
the terfly and the Sea. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Hoffmann back the Mam
says Roman Catholic parent Mr. and Mr*. Vicente orchid. the Piping Rock Club are at '"
and the
Church "held and hold that Canales of HebbronvW.,Tn.and wanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club. spent weekend before returning to Washington House after a fall visit to their newly acquired homo I'
Christ underwent his passion ten ATTENDANTS On their return from the D..IC. Next Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Goode arrive to
grandchildren Mr*. E. Maxwell Gedde Jr. Caribbean Islands.Mr. and Mrs.Collier *' Sapphire Valley, N. C.
-ef. beset Msta of.tbl' visit the Williams, The Goodes live V Richmond V*. .
'Yallert will llvetn'U>eu Valleys The Franklin Starks of JLcw viLlf. l Icy are also at
bride 1 and MUs SMJ ' ::Jh. and'Mrs.. tdwtidSlGodfrey; leave tomorrow to :
"SAl- Iles + ash, r I Jf e> fbrV kVlntftw lad l I0hj( s4'a: ,... fcejita the Mansion House as are MJ1tnd.M".tw..c.: Ander
Houston. Terf.. to s6eV d Thanksolvlna week with'
maid of honor. The other It.t.ndanu ton. The Anrlartftni amen to inru4 murk nf the t/i.
CRISP were Mats Camilla Wall School MenusThe their' daughter Mrs. E. R. Boehck, and her children. Last here but will also go to Nantucket Mass.,- In the summer
Of New York) Miss Sheldon Gerry week the Godfreys were In Boca Reton for the Thusrday
New
of Greenvale, Long Islands Mill Instillation of Dr. Kenneth Williams owners of apartments at the Carriage Club in
of
Florida
menu for Naples Junior as president
Klrke Dyett of Rome, New York) elude Col. and Mrs. C. C. Carter, The Carters, who had a
Miss Edith Fenton of Green lOgh SchoolsMondayHamburgers Atlantic College. Friday Mr. Godfrey attended a meetIng .
home Galleon Drive
on months
and spend six In Naples and
COOL vllle, Delaware and Mr. Justin of the Council of 100, of which he Is a charter member.
J. Stevenson til of Cambridge, French fries, cabbage salad, six In Chatham, M....

Mas. All were attired In long milk green bean, coconut pudding JOHNSTONS DUE IN Mr. and Mrs H. W. Brewer are also new at the

satin empire with dresses matching of flat pale bow celadon for Tuesday Baloney cups with Today Mr. and Mrs. Al Smart Johnston and Mrs. Carriage/ Club. They (leave this week for Chappaqua,

their hair. They carried mashed potatoes, turnip greens, Johnston's mother Mrs. R. E. Boylan arrive for the winter N. Y., for the holiday season with' their five grandchildren

COTTONSs bouquet of carnation and geranium carrot brownies strips, milk.Wtdn.ldaRout, .bread and butter, from Bradford, Pa. They will open Johnston of Florida but will return In' January for the winter.

with small* in green shade Ivy of dusty pink turkey, this week, and Saturday evening will entertain et a cocktail .

dressing gravy, sweet potatoes, party In celebration of their 10th season In Niples./
Jello salad, cranberry sauce,
pumpkin pie, bread and butter. "Aeneas" 'is arriving In solitary, splendor that Is Cozy Mtee Pocket Datert

Arriving Daily St. Ann's Guild Thursday and Friday NO except for his driver. "Aeneas," a fine boxer, Is being Taylor Weather Instrument

SCHOOL. driven down while"' his owners Mr and Mrs. John Chick. Swiss Music Boxra Panorama Book

Planning Annual enng fly from Roxbury, Conn. They are all due tomorrow Advent Calendars Thanksgiving Cards

Givenchy Crepe de Yuletide Bazaar The menu at Set Gate Elementary Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Bechtel arrived Wednesday from '

Chine perfumes and soaps Members of St. Ann's Guild Monday School-Hot dog on buns, Silvermine, Conn They are off again this week to go to VlrjlHla a

appropriately wrappedfor have been busy for months prt carrot and celery sticks, baked Verp Beach'" to spend the Thanksgiving holiday

paring for their annual Christ twins, tapioca pudding with Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, ardent fishermen, came ".t.th..cove";

Christmas giving mal Bazaar which U act for cherry sauce, milk.TuesdaySpeghettl. apple through Naples In June on their way for fishing In Colombia Crayton Cove BWf. MI I.3I4.
Saturday, December 8, In St.
Am'a School. salad, Jello, muffins, butter and S. A. The rest of the summer was spent in Chi .

Several prizes Including s milk.Wtdn.ldar-Roe turkey with cago and now they are at home on Galleon Drive until

We also have limited handmade quilt a Barbie doll
a gravy, dressing whipped pott spring.Mr.
complete with outfits of clothes toes, asparagus, ice cream, and Mrs. George Gilbert and Mr and Mrs. Richard CLASSICSCasual
selection of and a cuddly stuffed poodle, bread, butter and milk.
Boyer are at the Gulf Shore Colony Club and will
will be
given away, according No school Tnursdty or Fri
cool weather clothes to Mrs. Vivian Deland, publicity day. have Thanksgiving dinner together The Gilberts are here

for North or South chairman. for the season from Neenah Wise+ Mr. and Mrs. Boyergo

HAnd made items have been The menu for Naples Senior to Winnetka, III., the end of' the week, but will return cotton or

prepared for sale by die sew Hip School for next we kt with their children for Christmas spectacular ball
committee under the direction
jog
of Mrs. Fred Mangold and Monday-Lasagna, g r a e t The Gulf Towers one of the newer beach front gowns are clank
bean, hot roll, fruit milk,
creations' of
Mrs. Forest Warner cochairmen butter. apartments Is getting that lived in look Mr. and Mrs. rv Impec

ikk. : (See picture. ). Tueeday-Hot dog on roUt but. Larry A Welch are now In residence They come from cable detect at
Other features of the bazair bred ., rrot*,polito Itlell*.w., .7 Zlia, Inc.volt .
will Include a white elephant milk, butter. -
Naples, florid booth Wtdn.edaroelt turkey, r
bome-madebikedfOOd',
a surprise booth conducted by dressing and gravy,English pM*. Lovc/"csS .
hut rolls .., / ,
cranberries: .
pumpkinpie
the Junior Guild, a coconut hat<<
milk, butter.
Harbor Spring, Mich If as Columbus, Otto booth, and a booth containing Thursday and Friday NO tI.cI. WIn
/1.r\ 1V..JI
religion ankles.: SCHOOL ,, .LJyrh.s ,,

Death CUe beep .... Ml 11711to

The ghaoriawn' School menu ae r sat, Skla turn and Ihl raik sad r 4.MM 1"der
for the weeksMonday4loppy Ever hear of "the add will dl..pp..r .r, r the Boutique alavish
Joe, squash. nuail"! ff not toe terfc.nktl (.'.Or TK Itrjtr '1er'. display of
tossed salad, mixed fntlt end its .important.njrene An o.Ms of beeping art
A1. IYLWaNUW Tuesday Oeana tndham, aus. interested in k*.p. your mesh shut b.ata ala 's, extraordinary collection
lard greens, plekl bread pudding hMM knew **e.t k. fat.tr '..r lUailkla Car**
Ml*. Hi sweat eebtn.to I gifts personally
WwJneeday t
Lft1tiq9 r a Clark's Ak**! Your title
third grads Turkey and dI... .she yew. tl shin hat m acMtoidMwr T..r the skis i. -.taa selected by
sing, cole .!*.,cranberry taoce, tea r
Meal sell l
teal Ma aid ma* MMrn tu h.
green .beaaa, Fretted: breed, Ice I|.. er wvwtoiff of MM a... tr profusion brauni'Mtorn .. Peg Bradley
cream wards k* yew "h 4r "Jp.
Mi
Thursday' and Friday-TkaM*. 'e w.*.! M toifMtlee; by, plates whKi.it
giving HoI14ar'Paul uteria i.*"ru M* ash shy

This MM etaMla eu i.i al *0t'a sM*
J ary .* pieces It has .Iwt a.*.al.4
I"a't.t.
E. Lees I 'a to the Mr- that Mine akta *>Mf II.) r
<'el! ease, tl evetw we ..K.. .llcin
Guest SpeakerIn ''YNw4 II ky uetag IM,.
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F Everglades s w to tt* ', moral testeragha

real J:. Ie, CvergUas I' eoaeestt ttT I la e5k. Nee of out WIIIC

\ \ nct tnuS.sIL.Q'ma : realtor, was gwet speaker al r...e/rMs. able MM rath*er thiat .. ".'"'1" kto aW r/."
the Everglades Wooua's Cl* 1" Mss t.W wrh'sass ba.. hub k.wa S* aH.*.

U Coamwiiy HaD la Everglade' '..**.* II...*' appear Mtlr"". Of ...,It
Jut Tower. I tMMvwtfe' MMIM'! It Do,_..." belags. Jy
Lees ....*. I* Rusts. Ute, tee have ckee ,'''Ie.... 'a the. M..I Frefsasiee
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Europe AUrge1Jkttenee orirt 1304 .
tan4 out for tl. Uc. .rr.nt for Uily, sea ,., only with lit 3rd St., Jo. Ml 36171Church

ban a.4 to see kla eo&ore4IUde.... i>e mtttt. auntl will r. ,sre ot .healthy. ski t




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OPEN TIL 6:30: MON. TO THURS. TIME AND MONEYSAVIN'
OPEN TIL 9:00: p.m. FRI. VALUES TO 1 1 '
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THE DEST FOR LESSThere's '
Quantity Ilght.I..n"
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SAVE He-THRIFTY MAID WHOLE SPICED PICKLE *of these fine quality foods,
Peaches 4 Ho.1V4 Lens $1 Check them over, better still
SAVE 16c-DIXIE DARLING WHITE OR FUDGE Stop In and shop from our tre- SAVE lit WESSON OR ASTOR SAVI 10. THRIFTY MAID##f(SWEET
Frostings. 4 :i L $1 mtndous selection of f itlr. 24 OZ.
SAVE 6c LUCKY LEAP SLICED! food valuts. 0.1 8del9 t P 2 303 Fr25C
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SAVI 4c LIBIY'S %WI THRIFTY MAID EARTLETT SAVE 12. THRIFTY MAID CUT OWN
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Dinner SAVE SAVE 9c lOc--XIJR DIXIE DARLING IR2N'NII'SERVE,"? 29c Pears 3 No.yea 2Y sl I Beans 2 UmitFwr 303 Inns 25 C

SAVE :3e CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
Raisin Cremes
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Twin FESTIVAL Rolls aj I 3...*.. 27c Nt$S JUIce 4601 LImit,Two Can 1ge Soup unfit tors Can Fwr OL lOc

Fruit Cakes sil', 99c r
DURANO SWEETPotatoes w' SAVE 1<. DIXII DARLINO CAKI SAVE 111 THRIFTY MAID ORAPEMixes
. Moc.J;% 19c

Steak KREY SALISBURY. . I3.L c.. 45c : 4 Food Whit.E9 os.or,-sl:d I Juice 3s: SI

20 COUNT PACKAGE

Snap Off Bags 39c SAMSONfIILECl The Smart Place To Go For Good Things To Eat! I

Sweetner.SUPUOSI LIQUID flea 51 I,, 69c Cun.Oenr
KAFTAN COFFEEPot ( ) ASIOR FRUIT DEEP SOUTH
Cleaners 2 J PI, 29cNINI ;;R$15 Worth $ 99

LIVES TUNA Cocktail!Mayonnaiset '
Cat Food 2 t ; 29c KNIMSHARWN R I''
KAISER Whip Thoy IntlBroiler
Foil. 20..?. 39
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50 Holiday ,
Pore, Shorrys, Sautornos, Burgundy Extra Stamps .
CMtntii, Carob, M I White Whss, V.rmytk
KItt, CRACKIN' COOOCorn SUPER8RAND CREAMY SMOOTH
DESSERT WINE stfc 95c Chips

a KL TABLE WINE 5t. 79c5t tt Ice Cream Half Gal. 48 C
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WIM Mince Pies 3 For sl
RUSSIAN VANYA 5th Slt9| FREE 25 Extra Sttm,iCRACKIN'
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DESSERT. WINE sth 95c -' IDAHO VAUIY FROZEN FRENCH FRIED FROZEN RASPIIMIES OtStr'berries
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Pork Hams Thanksgiving Menu Grade "A" Ducks 49c

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Half *__*: :_55t 59c Check List "A" Geese 55e 1
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FRESH! FRESH! HOtlOAY PRODUCE: t p' UA" Capon 59c
0 Astor Extracts ORADI "A' QUICK FROZEN

FANCY CRISP STALK JUMBO ,1 Baking Fowl. *. 39c
AI'LJ; t1 o| Pepperldge I STANDARDS

Celery 2 Stalks 29c f ill(J 1 W Poultry Farm Stuffing Fresh COrzLAND'S Oysters UtI.Sh. 99c

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Potatoes 5 '&.Bag J9. I [J Olives '': SHININDOAHHAND BONELESS
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\\ 'i O: Cake Mixes QUICK FROZEN All WHIT MEAT

IXTRA FANCY CRISP I fl Cake Topping Turkey Breast. *. 69c

/ Carrots . -.. 1 lOc t' ', QUICK FROZENFryer
OCEAN SPRAY j N 0 Coconut Gizzards. *. 29cCranberries.

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Oranges 5 *** 49c Baking
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With Resounding Bang \1L iua Junior High

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: Coach Bill Marshall announcesthat
Immokalee High1 football Halfback Glenn Lambert open. 21 boys won 1964 football
team cloud it* moat nice***. ed the scoring early in the game, L letters at Naples Junior High, SPORTSJ
ful Mason with a 41.0 triumph sweeping end on a 30-yard touch : The Panther gridiron team
Friday night at Okeechobee a. down gallop Browning passed celebrated its second straight .
gainrt Florid School for Boys to Curt Massey for the seventh w winning season, logging a 32.1
Coach Bill Broxcon'f small point record. The schedule ended ear.
Hi. Sund.y, Nov.mb.r ?2. 1964
NEWS Naplw
COLLIE COUNTY
but scrappy Indians finished the Browning hit end Larry Day Her Ms month. Junior high 10
season with a tint 844 record with a JB-yard touchdown paw teams are permitted to play.
The loss and the tie both came and Massey added the 14th pointon only six games.
in Caloosa Conference play and a run. Fullback Harley Thorn.as Winning letters were 13 fresh
cost the Indians the league ran eight yards through the men, seven eighth graders, and Miami Takes Vanderbilt
championship. line for the third touchdown of one seventh grader, starting cen. ,
Winner of the new league's the quarter. Browning sneaked ter Scott Black. Nine boys play. I
first football crown Is Moore over the extra point. ed 11 every quarter this season
Haven, which beat Lake Placid t 1 .r and they head the list of award
Browning and Day collaborated
Friday, 19.0. Moore Haven end winner Fourth In RowMIAMI
for Victory
again touchdown
a In the
ed up 8.1 In the league and Im. second quarter. The aerial play The nine are co. aptain* Jer.
metals was next at 4.1-1 Then covered 85 ry Davis and Tom Morton. Ben.
came Alva, 42, and Lake Placid yards. The same Roome Don Wai.
ny LIghtner;
SA1Immokalee'l. combination clicked again In the (AP) Four weeks made it 28-3 and at that point
lace Abbott Hatcher Mon.
Rusty ,
third Quarter on a 45.yard TO ago five would have gotten you some team in Vanderbilt' pasitlon
only setback wasa
play and Browning ran in thllEotrl ty Hackney, Steve Schrimcher, if bad might have folded.
maybe thousand
a you
13.7 loss at Moore Haven
and All
Peterson-
Doug are
point 34.0In But the Commodore, who
bet would its
that Miami
square
earlier in the season. The In. freshmen except Llghtner, an
dlans 1S48 with the final football season at 4-4-1 and Coup tied Mississippi and gave fernscious
battled to tie period
a Browning
WINNER ot the trophy in the 5t hole medal "Eleanor DuBane elihtlt.rrader. battle to Georgia and
play
I Lake Placid the week preceding rolled out and scored from the Other freshmen winning letter against Florida In the year'
Trophy Tournament" concluded at Big Cypress Country Club Wednesday climactic without fear. Kentucky, drove behind sophamore
their loss. Immokalee reboundedwith 12 on a run. He passed to half. were Mike Matuslak, Bill Dono. game
six straight victories after back Jerry Rutledge for the final was none other than the donor, Mrs. Eleanor DuBane center. Mrs van, Larry Lee, John Alexander, But it came out that way Fri. quarterback Bob Kerr to
that point of the season for the Perry Carr (left) was runner-up In the tourney. Big Cypress Pro and Dane Sconel IS. Eighth gra. day night! when the Hurricanes, two quick touchdown 28-17, narrow.before
Immokalee scored II points In Indians. Phil Darbyshire presented the trophy to the inner, (NEWS photo) den in addition to Llghtner were beaten four times and tied once tog 80-yard the margin Miami to drive lockedIt
an
in dismal roared
the first at Okeechobee a beginning
quarter o
Phil Flnley.Tommy Peele,Rocky
Friday to leave no doubt as to The last extra point rounded lamurrl, Alan Fletcher, Paul past a tough Vanderbilt team up.

the eventual outcome. Sopho. out 200 the for Immokalee the point totalat Few Punches In Kelso Named Orange Bowl Bid Castenlr. and Ernest Douglas. 35.17 for victory No. 4 in a row.
more quarterback Danny Brown. season The Many of these same boy are "Vanderbilt was a sound foot
log was In on the scoring of 28 Indians allowed only 87 pointsto To Alabama Texas out for basketball at this time. ball team," Tate said. "They Prep Football
Indian points He passed for their opponents This year's Fight Effective Horse Of Year Freshman coach Marshall and 7.8 moved the ball on u* better than
three touchdowns and two extra record is in favorable contrastto MIAMI (APLew Hall Jr., grade basketball mentor Keith any team ha in the last four Clawoolo". r., Ok.Kkob.e, .14Ar.odl.

points, and scored one touch. when the preceding two seasons, Doctor Claims president of the Orange Bowl Bright have large, eager squad ,game" Immok.I.27.. /1 e.bOna, Ok...0 Foe 0
down and two points after on lords Immokalee of 19 and 2.5 struggled to re. For Fifth TimeNEW Committee, said Friday night he practicing dally on the old con. At halftime, Miami held a fort..,.My.. U,,.N.U, fl O.yl.My.rs M.onlud 11 0
runs MIAMI (AP) The punch YORK (AP) Kelso, "will go to Birmingham Thanks. crete outdoor courts at the Jun. nervous 7.3 edge, and Tate Card. Moon.y IS, m ma.yt I:
drunk fighter may be a myth perhaps the finest thoroughbred giving and extend an invitation lor high. Occasionally the teams chewed out the Hurricane In Froaproot 21. Al,: r
says a doctor. Only one or two that ever lived, has been namedto to Alabama to play Texas In the get to practice at the high school the locker room. The three. T.mp.Moon Hav.J..yt", t It.7, a..11 L.h I.eld auy 0 0
of 1,000 punches thrown in a a fifth straight Horse of the Orange Bowl game." gymnasium. touchdown outburst in the third T.mp. a.w.tar 32, S.kel.y 0
fight are effective he said. Year title a distinction no other The announcement was no t Terse eprnp t. L..o lam 0
Dr. Harry A Kaplan of the horse has ever won more than surprise and Alabama Is expect.
[.- Baton Hall College of Medicine twice. ed to accept.Barbara.

said he began ringside studies The big '7 year old gelding
a 15 years ago to study severe gained the honor Friday, Just

cerebral concusloni one day after his owner, Mrs. Wolfe
He also talked to 25 retired Richard C. duPont, had an.
boxers and examined 11 of them nounced that old Kelso will race Leads ClassAAt
135 completely, he told the Congress! no more this year. !
of Neurological Surgeons here. There has been no word on Hole-In-Wall
"None even remotely resem. whether racing's current phenomenon //1:; f
bled the punch drunk fighterseen Class A honor In the "odd. bas
-who hold about the
in the movies," he said. same position Casey Stengel hole tour nament':.st aged Thurs. l I.ict I.-
day by the ladle at the Hole.
The only unusual sign found occasionally would if he had just won the
seemed to be a dead. home run title will campaign liMhe-Wall Country Club, were
pan expression "the look of a again next season The guessing won by Barbara Wolfe. Phyli
Pope Alice Hufflne and Chris
,
police sergeant
Is pretty well divided, though .f.
Kaplan said that the type andseverity most are surmising he may go Ross tied for second place honors
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in Class A
of ringside cerebral competition.
in welghtfor events, partly _
e "I concussions were generally mi. Class B honor were shared \'II
ularly in New York, as an 8.
nor compared to those seen In year-old. by Jerry Smith and Big Hall.
In Class C Glen Bend took
the emergency room. Already the greatest money ,
"There are a few former box. winner in history with $1,893.top honor and Kit Rush wa ,

era who may more closely fit 382, some three more big ones runner-up. huseyleI
the movie version of punch. would put him past the $2 mil 1
drunkeness, but their preboxlng lion mark a figure considered I
makeup was that of an inferior unattainable when some of his Virginia Edwards
person," he said. more Illustrious ancestors, suchas
"Boxing is still a violent Count Fleet and Man O'War Wins Mamie Tooke
sport and men can and have were running.
been badly Injured or even Kelso was named first on S3 of Handicap TourneyThe
killed.1
38 ballot, final round of the Mamie

Jarman's Famous Tooke Handicap tournament took
-.. -- -- November 17 with
\\ II JFOR / place Tuesday, ,
Mr. Virginia Edwards winning
first place.
Mrs. E. M. Anderson was second .
Deerslayers SALE and a tie developed for third

place between Mrs D. R. Beggi
and Mrs. Fred Haynea.Mrs.Tom

for the ultimate In Smart Casual ComfortThe ALUMINUM PRESS PLATES Brumflel Abbott was was fourth fifth.and Mrs. E.V.


comfort: you get from a pair of Jarman 24 / x 36" the The tournament dally low were net winners for

"Deersluym" it no huppcnsUnte' First (hire it the NOV. 10

Class A Mr*. L. W. Youker. VIRGINIA EDWARDS (standing) was crowned club champion bynlembt't.s
wonderfully soft upper leal her, Then there it .the IDEAL FOR
Class B-Mr*. Al Hackett, of The Moorings Women's Golf Association In ceremonies
luxuriously thick cushion insole (the soft leather lining HUNTING LODGES FISH CAMPS Mr*. William P.Henderson,tied. held Wednesday at the clubhouse Trophy emblematic of the honor

the ribbed crepe sole and heel. Comfort definitely ROOFING & SIDING Class C-Mra.Joseph Powers was presented by Bill McDeMtt, pro at The Moorings Other winners

Excellent Insulation NOV. 12 seated, from left are : Sissy Shelton first flight consolation winner ;
her-and believe II
it the we want to
byword you
Class A-Mr*. T.K.Montgomery. Father Reeves championship flight consolation winner; and Mary
make it your "buy word" when you try on a pair Chance, first flight runner-up. Eleanor DuBane absent when photo
25c ea. Class B-Mr*. Howard John. was taken was runner-up to Mrs. Edwards in the championship finals

son. (NEWS photo)
Rouse'sDOWNTOWN Class C-Mr*. Leslie Grimes,
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 'I Mrs. Leah Brown, tied

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Class A Mrs. Homer Dixon
CUss B-Mr*. M. M. Roland.
OPEN HOUSE
Class C-Mrs.Wilbur Woodlll. SUN. NOV. 22nd
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participant wa* Mr*. Wilbur
Eckard.
I. The first place winner in the
nlne-hole event wa Mr. Frank 1PM 1 to 6 PM
Blair; second, Mrs. M. A. Hedg.
APARTMENTSFOR cock.
The dally net prizes for the
nine-hole event
Nov. 10-Mrs. L. F. McCon.
ROYAL HARBOR SANDPIPER ST.
nellt, Nov. 12-Mrs.William Koe.
gels Nov. 17 Mrs. Arvid John.
RENT and FOR SALE on.
The annual luncheon and bust.
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jJi' rTfl I I/IT It M rtnnlng I:me In orMl It it )lh Av every Tun and lI AVI SoY
p p COnd.t,on .bwlut.lv "hli> .F. TINt at I 37 ,. M $11411
NORtH WAP&5KINDIROAIOTE **... Coil too over 12 KM WillMBrlf'CI MARLOWE AND BECK DRIVE '" stoanni w IBR

N for tint Cm b. inn Offered> REALTORS t Salk. mir cond horn .l
M V.'II4'h Aw* No or Oil 33-Strvic 41] Fifth Av* M III .Ruddir Flood 'in Th* MoorIng

714 AndirMM Drive J 1 /M' Ml' IUII 21401. IUHClou ___ than :lot at show you ins.d.

_. -- CHECK THESE MI 3.77533BO.tS.MOPOPS It Clsnio' Crelt .i ""n-m ta Gull and doll!. iso by afir ippointmant' ind Mill l.rmiBMAND yourOwn '

ADVERTISERS ....,. s.di. 05410105 .nd lop SEA WALLS ciaui I Bodroam HOUMon 100' Hr.e.BR 7 RiCh

Two II HP U Johnion Moto" WOOD ROC _*! or poorly lam 1471 Mu .homo with, timly, room .lirgi
Accei.licrific Hop new Tnltr" A I condition CONCRETE .. Pnioi. Caquini land! porch. double, ...... hugi
I_ ar will rid* for J.*plter Foundation Piles )--bidm bonus -comlmt.Irfurn.sIe.d ..... dock contra haul A air
ANTIQUES DRIVE INS LAWN CAUSMITTY'S can t M PM I 77IJv .rotr.11. located eond .on. Dolphin Road Ro..1H

S "III Docki-Moorincj Whips soasonal .metal' IHMI plus u'h, 'tt'IAN.. OIoV'lI .5 .51105OO
BlRGt.RS Chingi 'in ownin plini. fort** 'I" M'' 1 W7| II/IA tlFurniihcd .
.l HP IMO Evmrud: motor and
PAWN SHOP tin I of thIs. biiut,hi I }7 ChrlkCr.ft lADEN Aw'.....'.* drytocbiABBOTT It T.n'h II Ho __Ml I 1 SINS
?_ TOM Twin Engmll Hud, ... link It ft pn fiborgliilAnchor Ttadroam Coos.
w ftH\VfI\ Bunk, Dipth Fmdir, lurch ...., Mri cuihionicompl Owner w"hei to reiarv* .n. ROYAL HARBOR
litt outfit, |J7S M'' bedroom mod Ichen, privilege
Pl7
Airport LAWN & SHRUB .nd Cock Pit Covin |1.WO I t.HO blth ham an tuitiunding lotoverlookma
I 'dwdI':. firm, Clll Ml 11340 and Ml I 4111 t MMRIPRAP Fnrmirly
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v3 104 Niplu Sin
a...... ..
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oCllli l4IP5f
l'rrnJpm lIPS l 5-Business Opps.
1
;!: MJ"O CA R CSERVICE f Bedroom I bath unfurnlihedWll.rlrint uiM u modal thurilidinci
Jiwilry An'I.... J, "pm Donor wilhn to llll tIM 17F Curliw' Av* flaldn ii offirid w,th orwithout
Noah T.g 'biniiii Cob.. Bait with top TEXACO INC SEAWALLS Shorn Hot I e per month yrleue furniihinn ind on b.purchiied .
sub.ido dfty hoff. .nd ill: iccnunii. IM4 74 Vllu.bl. trinehua available" Minow Thomas Mclnd R..I. it f,guri out b.
H" Evinrudl oulbotrd with, ultr od.n S boy *.' tar, 137 PIck It Smith' Midway I low actul coil Far ippo.nl
BARBER SHOPS DRUGS .l.c II'ost.r tar l 11M Mummy vtoo StaInS, of otiin.I, trcKiteMuril and ROCK GROINS:' IM44 11/11 IW tf OarS oil Ml 24'4I or dnv.
STATIONS Trulir Boil Motor ind Trulirl. d..,t n now under eontruction -SMock out to Royal, H.rbar affici ta
ROSSIS Bo.b.r l... than t months old ind ImPcrfict cornir U. 41 mod Cr..i.l* i*wlll, *..V. 2 Bedroom Iran. SNidowllwn hunt, 'llnlurn SchoolIM div Still ti

Pork Si. MI.2.4449 Shop. R.PRESCRIPTIOHS$ than 10 han.nurunnln, i "... ''n Golli,.r County Court otfrcellinl HouiaNiplit In'. pluS ond .,.In. per! mo MI ? 140 01 Ml O\AL H R IOR -. Toii.*i
This itition
BOB'S co"d"on" lbOlutlyhkr : L1** "U room 7 tilts w, ,th OLOLat a
Thru Borb.flI !
( Matlit
Flll.d I n.w Pr,c.d for quick l.li profit, md volume, p0100.tWO \IARATIIONDRCtC.ING rm., on witirw*. fully

NAPLISSHOPINC. ce"'TF ACCURATELY \-_ SERVICESTATiON Cm bl ...n .I I IllS 14th Av* to qualified individual, Peldriming EM I BediMm furnlihid hauiaequipped I landmpid d ..i .w.II' All'

.. Muter Bltbl.. Prompt Proo 01 ivory H N.pli.' _. 11/IS II (per,'lent. program not ,n.cemry and ''"nclo! CL). with, wheelchur, rimp ilectnc kitchen H annooyu I.'
; SITS ma Ml HIM hill' iced ur court Lirgi slit
T."c per
op." 8-5:30: E.clpl Sun DON'S M.chanlC! Rood Sorvlco aiintinct. .v..bl.Flu DtylEDMill D......, Oil'n' lo/l. *t515p hip drilling acm WOW CO'Poll l lIng
PUBLIC NOTICI Fl Mors.
M. End Croy Hall an duf' ln ass,.., dr.oil and aihir
aJ Naturil Wiy LIGGETT REXALL I W.ld'ng .| Evening: WK: IUJI .0.4)) D.llr, W.th.A,50RJ$41lIss0. I 53 en sml" 50 104toossfsrClshod t'Tru lu duly dlltr I JO itIJOO

Uilna Hue Tmlc-lniulr,. HppUi SU,olno -. 22136INSURANCE 4060 Hath T..IIltl/ 2 3817 IN THE: COUNTY JUD rl COURTCOLLIEIt / kau.i on .ini 514 $ B nit. Lan MI P tOil

IN AND FO, lIlt Av* South S.. your brakr ,WUtl$

CLEANERS SHOE REPAIRmm COUNTY FLORIDA 12-H.lp WartlodWANTEDI Aft Rkdntor K.pnri _.__ \\>tt fcinW I -bedroom" b.ih -tufniihed

IN PROBATE In .. Pick Would connder
L.
IN RC Fitit af .n" ..IOIt.r. Oil honks ripalrod. wildingl.lirriini tool i.v.r.l' nnul' r.nt.li rel..ebia taninti MlA
"h." od" .oo eim IlisnIni vtiUbl" mISS ....n" ......... renting t*

JERRY'SDRY JAEGER INSURANCE v RAYMOND WIERHAKEb.,...... ;;.t t, Phon. MI .UI lbS u. S bIbs'Vs.f. : EM$ ___, Il/S tIDuocrabli
:( : NOTICE! OF FILING PETITION' DavIs 51,4 MI 3 U", "wATKINS 4 BARKAUMl R.I".n' Far"

CLEANING \) suns MON"IA' PYtittiy FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF AH.C'LLARV : tttp.rhantld. ceo' ""'""* 'shad Hom. 'm eli cpA. asp nicslocator' '
ONE DAY : ... EXECUTOR 'nd w..lr.... or i.oupl. Must imwirln' nrvlc Sets AooI. Ml III4I 'Imn'men. ,. po.'o"'
K. .r AUTO-MOMt 0NIIt.Flll' C. L_ Not,ci ll hiriby givon Shot I h.vl ".y. pal iincsl Whit r...'. .I.. small, ifflti ol'h! iltni.ece MI 2 15W II'" soto.
SERVICE. 1 ) Vai ".'.d tonal, rot .. Ancillirv, .nd I, Condi .
: NAPHI IMOPPINC' CINTCMNOTH S lefu H..,. mv urns ml Mtory v ng end lecepllint.l niVtic. ,
Or File,itor of lie. ..t.,. of RAYMOND lion Writ Colli.r County CoIl J-4J5I 50-Rooms For R nt31Wint b..,,,.,,, fond HonedJtliki

842 6th Ay.., So. MI. 2.7390VOUCANADVERTISE TRAIL Ml t-7411 WORK' GUARANTEED WIERHAKE 4.....ad. that I hi,. H.w* I.. 1711 A II ../It_H ______ =.. 004 Carpstc aSh SI Cln.o' H.eeh Si' ho.Imoseidiol
,
fil.d my p.lII.on for llrlbutien ind *...,. 'iprlyid .with ciuliyBRITC <
HI f m A.. S. Ml 1 t49> Famiin.Wus
for fmil, .nd Ih.t December S.lnd MlI octopus y
Phon.
duchirgi on Tooko. drill; < iwki. : WHITE Buullu' pro Roon' id S.std ISO
?L I4M, I will, upply to th* i..ii' HI roots Fr.i lull 'Il/) II 'It moo. Narlh Ill

JEWELERSMEADORS' Honortbl RIchard, M St.nl.y Women, Porturi, Dinh .,.i'm.l.i Ml IS4". NAPLItPOOF ,oftr, 11/11 M

UPHOLSTERY.,.. County JudO of Cull..' County Wairteri Bui lloyi, Wilt- CLEANING" PAINT' To Rant I Bidreom: I kith. Dan, Oari .
Florid, for upprav.l of said fmilriturni
f O I/H IPI .*, I Ton Air Cot'd.t'oner and
;' Q TROPICAL ind f omnon dir of diltrlhution rein. laid. Morning .ntlevening INO Oih wl hir ',,,n'rld.. un
I seed for finil. duchirg* 11AncllLrv lurnlihM III Ml Ava
DRAPERY EiMutor of th* will af hlft., food work 36-WanUd To Buy I k.dreomfurniiheit II Phono I 4IN ./" if
S RAYMOND WIFRHAKE' ......... Vurly limb i ar
IN THIS SPACE 'o furnish af
THE BANK OF NAPLES I InK Condition. Mutt pr.t.rr.d, North

CALL MI 22107FOR JEWELRY I,, 0 ; UPHOLSTERY Sr51 Ancllliry GEORGE EiMutor E of ALLEN th. wood refrrnnr. Hull- U.ad p..bu goirefo llarilin.nM.lnl.n.nl : 4. city .Steels. Cell MI I Mil SB.loli For Sale
FREE loniillon.
I'th St No. mil Coed
f5.L. Fltiti diy Inn. Co.
DETAILS. NC 5 305) f s ESTIMATES RAYMOND WIERHAKEDoonunod : 52-Rul (State Wanted
rm';3.5 S1olh.
'", "P'H AVI 10 9th Si 10th Ay.. Nn, Apply In per- Sir.I Nipl.l Pirk 103rd Aol I lotnoavM
I 512 No Nc.2 5303
GEORGE E ALLEN ion to Mr. Pudlry no |ihonei three thauiind Oil it i.., MO II from
Prnldint' nd Will piv Teal I 'I
Vic. or
Trait Otficir Hi |il..w II-18 M 38-Autot For Sale I... cih 'n, .maIl a ruge. , lirmi O H u,5"'R
,
WItlBl
Nov II 21. Doc I. II IH4 #3U N.pI onoioi'ty Writ 500 Ill{ ....., ill tin II No N'pl.IM "
,
cilru.
PUBLIC NOTICI Eryonc Ridn The NEWS PUBLIC NOTICI TOP GRADE USED CARS ,i nowini*0 Cell., Taunly NIWIl .lillII! .__ _
NOTICE' OF PUBLIC' HEARING
FomiUNetpohlibll | /' On53LIstIngs
Want.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 13-Hilp COLLIER COUNTY DOWN t'l par month' Will

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY t.ci.s, hrby Commiiiionirt liven' that thi afrolll.r MOTORS Wonted buy 7i'DROVE. 171 lotln, ; COCONUT witor
.
that .d ll County
a
Notice Ii henby ivan Potitlln lor iffl
JUDGE COLLIER COUNTY .,.. Act for teenS
Count,, Florid. will can p.ved .11 now
public. heirlng will b'h FLORlbA IN PROBATEIN Ih. ISth of chInS Secr.tiry BookkeeperMutt II Corvllr Shasta Auto TranII W. *,* in Ii r.nsudi f goad MlutionCOLIMAN
It day
ion on
udor 5 p.l
Fl..
Courthouii in East N.pl.t itt NOTICE OF INTENTION TO RE ESTATE OF be '. .", 'with shirt I Novi Ipl Cpi .. BOYO R.lMor
U. D.c.mb.r I 1t64 it 10 M A M In thtvy nnUli .. .n.I or yurly AIpruinl '
30 A M Tui.d.y. D.c.mb.r LARRY GERO hind ar equivalent, and h.vl il. lid Trin
II Ply Wig
,
nud four t b.driamnomM 531501314 Ha MI.J.V
wh.lh.r not REGISTER FICTITOU' NAME Ih* County Cammiiiianin mulingr
1964 to detirmm or < .._.., basIc DookkHpina.. ikilli. I Diy 01 od IMorirln Cenv Air far Fib
thi JaUawing loe.tion of dr.in S. Ino .undinind don niriby .cir CREDITOR Rci"prSON4 : at th. CoMnly e. 4n wish ..55550,. S.t Le.IloohwaybIll / ar apirlmanii FRONTAOE
TO ALL A Cun, Full PwM TRAIL N.plu
.. .
.
Flor and March 11/11 H
Rill I ILilat. ( Nipln. CcHhr County ,
tot chit n conductinf I ass
.
.n'.d Nh
a..eee.ol may b. l> HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS tSPdltiUIts Cell V....", SI. W.I AT Minor tonod IOIe'mOnioI -
.....robld ha,.,.: bulinMl it ?ZOO DIVII Blvd AGAINST SAID ESTATE ,nil la drtirmln. wh*
II Imperial 1 Crawn !Soil' nr
Florid. under thi fcltooiiano the County will vie.I.. .b.ndon. Phil M, Miyn Hildy Olson :
width Nipll
land 14$ feet 'In 4
A llnp of of Sed
You md soul you *r* hiribynotitixl Or .peed 0505000 uriS
I J .t on lithir lid, at of HEIMBACK' Seed ASSOCIATES and ,riquirid to prit.nt Inyclim diicantinii *nd clot of Ito fallowing. "oc..1 .,.du.fI .nf.''''.'' In WOOD CHRYSLER ROBERT H JAEGER =,.. ,i IUI
firm in lining
'ollown. uid dicribd
REALTY and thit portion
centirlini Fish'tT5I7E
thi dncribed :: and d.mindi which you or ..I.. .ork. Apply Vsai PLYMOUTH AMMIIIIIMUO
Comrninclng' .t tea IE cornir of .ll compoiid of th. following prioniwhoi ..thor of you enmy Itoo..gmlnml public: it noof.esdro, of Ih. County end mod dliclaim !. .. !I!!'. North Tr.il Ml I till P1g R s: SraS., ..." ". Vi"..l Mor Tract 71 Gold.n Gall EititeiUnit nirnii md plict of riidi'icit the. mini of LARRY GERO dlcuiid any right N...,.. lhoppies5. C", "I I 103. NoI" W. .h'
dolls
12 ii ricordid in Pl.t Book iris. follow I.e. at iiid County t* th* th. public 'in md to umi ms 19 CrumPiiff Rid Impil*
I >, Pag. 31, Coiner' County Recordi, Harold Hoimbick County Judgi of COLLIER 'County, "td on rcordd mop or plus os Otrls wantid Apply Cn.vtoas5jau50ry Convortibl sour l It 000
DPI
:- .., which nut' p.rt.l ,u manpirtlculirly lIfe If Office
thence South 0 II 10" Wool, 7321feet 2733 Itortir Av Florid.' ., hIs oltlc In thi courthouse i ",* fallawl ml Powirglld. pewr III.h.. SS-StorBi DEWEY; POLLYREALTY
thine South 19 4'>iO'' E>tt, Owninhip of HEIMIACK Ind ASSOCIATES of .. docrib.d is ,.. Ml' I Till
id County il List Ni whit, ," .w. or
Florida. further for
1247 S toil. th.nc North 0 It'10" REALTY ,. I* follow ... Florid' .. within |i> ..'.nd., In Collier County af Truf Wornao' h.1t"'J::,d.r, '.*" OIl..on inr riM C.oa4Colony
Harold Humbick. OWNER) dKribd as Ihtt pirt Lid.e. lit "h Av. T*.
East. n S fill '0 thi NorthirlyRW montht from thi lim* of lila f.ntpublication .. NIWI Bu i.ni. Cart
.. af H. Colliar County
lim of SKI Rod ISM forpl.c II ll my Intmtion to apply to till of thu notice Tw ford Avnu .pie phI Wrne MI I II Il/sM
: of Th. forigomg Clank of thi Circuit Court ,n ind ........ lubdlviiion' *i rcrddin 171* A44 lilt Stle FOR RENT
I ndmg comas of ouch cltim or dimind shill OM Ruitur
In liu Of ItO rosIn Icy I *0. for Colli.r. County Florid to run b. Colli.r County RaolrdsR.andd raqulradi litre or *Hir ashnhAoi an n"t
bung p of HEIMBACKnd In writing and utah Mill 'h.pl. on th* Northirly lid* by .....ry Typit ihorlhin 41-Truckt Trictori L'g No ..ndCunmift
I' tlblthld, d'lIn..m.n. I ly tar thi uid mm* REALTV undirtho ... of rim'doncoun 4 post offlciddrm Block: M Lot I 7. I I ,II mid Pirmininl, lull lima. Soolhim..nin55disIlfI re"" ..... ,,,
mg ,in iMtioni h2 & '3. Gold.n ASSOCIATE of tic. clilminl, and shall loulri. .... ( wuk Phon lot ,nt.? 'i StealS 'mm Prtt
, of 0f93 II. an rly by day
I Gill Lust. .. Laos prsn.s of FlorIda cacti Ado Cblptir of I 1141 bi iworn to by flea clilmint n.nt Black S' 'hL. .. I I. f I. 4 I and vi.w Smith Luhir 'Inti. "Iso UMC TKUCktJ H." BlnkfHF ,aFlirlH ii lM Weilidi
OF Il/liN QUIP PIIALTY C
BOARD ,
oft only = comp.nnd by o f.I I. md lot! boundid *n th* Eitbv Ml I'7I| Corwin Hilling Ind Av*
!: COUNTY COMMISSIONER W.ln.it my hind 'h. Fifth dip leg I., if dollar and such claim' T h. bolt tip your men.yLL'Kr" l"< SIb Ave 3ifh_ \
Raid nd Ih HFlnilr
Niwmirkit on rontiti
If Nov.mb.r I9M round implsy'" North 111115
I (SEAL) Mirlirit T Scott, ClarkBy HAROLD HCIMBACK or d..nd not s 9 fllod shill 10. Woof l by Tenth Btret E..,. bin rAnt: ifprVtharl Dry ClimingDipt : CMC, INC Ill So Dull W PMrl .

R. W ButtyDiputy Nov I. 19 II 19 IH4 .3H void 'IDA W OEROAi 5 trip of hid roillmtly/ Muil bl cirxkil. of nut 5.104 471 UK II' N. 57-How.*). For Sale St
.. 7M fet in lnlh and M t.et old.PFRO0ONS '" lotation
.
**.. .ply Timaoriry
Clark .. culm of thi Lilt ".... ranlr.g 1
INTERESTED MAY
Nov IS ll h. UM *17J IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE Will mod Tnl mnt if APPFAR AND BE HEARD AT THE ..,... ,.,.'h'"* Laaodphill Four I ,.....'" home. on

._-- TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF LARRY OERO ...*.!* TIME! AND PLACE ABOVE IPEC) .} large fully ,."......... Oslo. I 59AcrigoHACK
-IN THE COURT OF THE FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PARKS 4 EMERSON FIEO' M.iT."i.f.iPe'eMod Muolorkini ."- Homti furnnhed. I unfurnnhed lI.Hint ..

COUNTY JUDOL COLLIER COUNTY All.,.. for Ih* Eltill of BOARD OF ..... nlot and ......II.. pI..n' buy far retired oerianla
COLLIER I COUNTY. FLORIDA. AT LAW Lirry Girolit COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '" c..sdil,00s, Apply. Met live in .... .nd r.nt thru OIL
IN PROBATE STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT inA heN Avinui loulh rolli.r.. County Florid. nnbar Houiekeener between ALLERS FOR out Ill SOI Carl Andirion Ml GOLD 'TrIC'" TEA
IN RE! Ettit ofBEATRICE ncy of thi (til* of Flvndind N.pl. Florid By DEWEY POLLY 10 A M and 1 P M ,., I Mil *r writ FiletS N.vir |iIII WHORl Oil&ROWIAnothtr FLOWS

.L STONE COLLIER I COUNTY a polittciltubdivinon '.n.ml" B. Parks Ch.irm.n II..... Aol Hot! ,hIll II MOBILE HOMES ** I/Il I-t: MONEY
D.ell."" of thi Itili of for leo firm Nov IS ti n, IM4 tIlt Wi1ioieoim'T'; if
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. I' Nov I. II n. H IM4 *1M praduir well mrmiii
j ''orod. --- JUST ARRIVED THE ..nil' frontlg. AtllU fa Soy eo fcir County

r IONS HAVING CLAIMS SAID ESTATE.OR DEMANDI Pot.t.on.n.vi Ihit af msi :14-H.lp WinUd Mal. I roami. carurl ulillty fMm w.105. "from_".. o.thi. ,iest.

I: You and AGAINST.ch of you ar* kinky ANGELO POERIO .nd WII"T r.I"1 I HI r..k:, :x nolle Ch.ptir U av.II'"tw: :'h.r./. Hi* .: FABULOUS NEWPRESIDENTIAL t fruit>a*.Ifie I'M diwn Need. IM Omi momhlyRUTH TLC ..,.....1 ftold. In Celli.. c.

notified, .nd rquird to p'"." CATHERINE POERIO Brd of County Con.mrM.onar of Collior.: Co-nt. Flmvtdm.' Old: '*: ANOCRtON Brokir
! any cliimi, and dmandl which you huibend end wif.. and ciruln Improvement to 5 aorlam rood in Niotot Prb 5jbdhyh0lS5. WANTED 111 I Timiimi' Tr. WT OFFER Test FOLLOWING

or ..'h., of you. may Icmiii.,n.. EUGENE: H. POERIO outlmod b.low' ind thai cirtim i.wumeMi I* :"f'"l n.rl I-- 17 wid.* Ibm moM .....,- analuulilul Phmni r 1114 in I 11th
I C.eitite of BEATRICE L ITONE D.lind.ntl yet ,remim unpiid; : ou* to th .y dn ', to My tfcraughIh. I l.Ifueot'l I tIle mobil, Mm now HOT MU IM Oman I mil** from Naplao
lo of fivi ,it) ,.... II l.. MMrM f mitn from Cot, af OoldenAlia
, dcu d I.t. of Mid County NOTICE OF RULE Nlll Tam smv.ra50V oatII .Iftmilk I'atk I ulliim btedl. t" 051101, .. ..
the County Judas of Colt..., County C... N. 140 How, 'h. ,..Ioh. will .... ", ,'her not too 'he t off ....Hmam* tftal .. $0 540 1545 ott 5th., HOME IMMEDIATE' PCStflMfN I solo from l. .rK4.Parlwiy .'with
I Florid ., hil, offlci' ,in leo court NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN' unps.d .1 tlti" isO Of tons .doanl.s.nl wltt Si 11055 'a lie.Colhior ork. I HV) l rn..flu. 'to' A'fUItHOON'I.a. Mo flMioa r OtIS I flA it llll p.o Will, "llll '
iffiIl5 =: : mniril. "Ih" in
haul. of Mid, County It Ell N.pl.t PROCEEDING County Ti. AIOI55OP .54 1.15151 ,, Or55tid agalINt sold : rtStl001lrpsttrnt'nl. "Ht med I bath
Florid within .., c.lend.r month IH THE NAME AND .V THE pop.rtyCI until saId Io"'C'1) 510 paid, ,n full ( ,ill Nar1r. Rrc wirhiM orWM .*.. ,, :m'1J"l.w down Ito an lr.ii!

from thi cc m. of th. tent public AUTHORITY OF THE STATE: OF | Ml.. M610.IKf Mobil Homes tity valor rovMy It .... with 1M nfMMwg
: lion of 1k.. not,ca Two copin of FLORIDA, STRUT X 't't"" :: MU".Tll' j.:tilts AVENUE Allen !::.! only Mma on tIM .. t.rwy I n tricti Mil wOMb will, b
*
, ...h clam or demind ihill b. In TO ALL WHOM I IT MAY CON I Mi N .l ftonrla lorn'. ** ,. hfaola! Bay sIts... off II rd from N.pi. t.*
mam
: wrln lsndstallolufo th* phd* CERN AND ta alt Parlous and par Total ._ :.n ,.. II"' .r'YowDi the 'w1rwy I minulm I*
., reiidinc* ind pot affic .dd,..* tin hiving *r claiming any right. Prsp.rty Owne, L" H.III Stack Molt Aesommond sr: L.oII, ".. ALLERS FOR TRAIlERS' midlown. NoiM HrBor I...* *Id.. Mini'oar a-avifotuiiwn. IN% minirilr |to
, of tho claimnt ind ihill b* sworn ill. ,intern ntell. _rt.... or SDLGeouo II w. hi*, wit traded lot Iwo Brookiuj. V.llig. Follow. IhaViKbl
, t* by tha cllimint lgn, tlarniy th.r, lien ta ar on thoie certain W.T Wonean :tO I :: INI li w.;.. *hM* ara all MI "lhI.
1 and .c.o"'p.nod, by filing fa af .portals! of land h.'lOn.II.. described ISAfleen till "' :, fun 5snor et lii"t:. u* in a '..ul"ul nw ..... MORIDA REAL i 4flf H mil* ff- 1145IllS
71 Sod wusirg ., 0005 onlyTirm
iwch slain. di Palo. pi' ii.
, lees dall.r$ ind or nd th* fallowing perwna together e..I", front PirkrnooM
filed,, shall b. void III unknown Alto M..oaOfI... .5 WUit of th.u and mov
mind not 10 with pereani oliMMngMni ; an ESTATE MART In..
i ELIOT W. ITONE.Ai by. 'h'.h orundi. bniwo po, TI,... dont.doltl, i:17: II m,4l55Mf. 1455$ IIUNAumlusbil. gSiTn Petod r'gnt lIed you IIin' .* ..<"iifcii, en mol of Ih*
iitautor of thee Llll who ira d..d. or who arc not ....h... Sasolaihl IEll. Ito pirk IML BMOOMSIDC VILLAGE .bov. wi dux." It.505w lout
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H.cllale II I maC 0* 55011 IsOshaOlOOWCbvid Wr,ll or till far
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PARKS 4 F Mtuviky H ISPoeafJ 00010504 S.. f.n 1 M' will lo mill ........ firg. CARIBBEAN
Aft oniys far tic.Lohul. Tho Wont II* feet af the WH ofthe I'' f. C. :;T REAl' ToNS
of lulric* L lion Nw<* af ,,,. NWt of Section C=100 n T.Ohio. fl For lint .portM
MS heft Avcnu South n Townehip 41 louth, Ring. 2S Jot, behOioi at. !! _' JIL'! !!_.M16Htlp n P 0 '0' 'IBM
P n.odot ISHonry RipOE LAKfl FurmihM orunfumihid No M, ".)" .. "'.
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the** l proceeding of lha tiling of 't'M.th
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make iuch order a* ifco Court dooms l t4I I bili ... axiXifvi Ng4a Bay n Ifost
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all .OnI..I .nonaniad ... p.oa, &:::.. N" Soid.oo 03 10 5 3 11/11 ce : FRONTAGE POo
and. 54 IWmnO ol 11W tms lid. .10.. PlATES KX'* ,.,. Port Royal .' _.......atIIYau .1 PLAY Faa i44 OSW .500' NollO uiollOliofY tun.tkaSJl:4SIIS. .il' H.,.., A 01

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WITNESS" kood 044 Mlrfir.y 25c
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Clerk of Circuit C.utCo 0.50 Riot ) ArM. Av*. 144F. Coop

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H frant Wll SHOPPING WHERE IS

4' A PLEASURE.


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/.r Halved or Sliced Yellow Cling

fi: F&P Peaches 41 cons 2'2 $1.F .

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Cr P BartlettPear

t Halves 3 2'/2 $
cant .

i ., ,' L Libby Flavorful

ll Tom. 46 ot;.
__ Juice. 4 Cant $1.

-- < tst--j For Creamy Holiday Piet-Libby's

re \ Pumpkin. 2 ;3.0.3.29'
tL )- I CLOSED ALL DAY .
-. THURSDAY Green Giant GoldenNibletsCorn
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GOV'T-INSPECTED SHIPPED THANKSGIVING DAY 2 12.0 .39

GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN EVISC. Cons

dairy specials
Green Giant Gorden

lft ( ; Lucky WhipDessert Green Peas. . . 2 Cons 303 39
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Topping n-- 39$ Kay-Jun Whole SweetPotatoes
I Imperial I.nd
Margarine . '. 37$ . . . . . con JOJ 29*
e........;. T.try Dole Hawaiian
SWIFT'S PREMIUMTURKEYS Sour Cream ::. 39"
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_JrT -1 : Pineapple Juice. 3 46i: :
Famous Borden'tMince

fro eJl foods eH Meat . . . .'.49: *
Aunt Nellie'. Popular

And 16 Over lb. Pounds 10.16 10 Under Ibt Baked.llwty HMM Potatoes(plv. SO lt.mp'pk39c) : Whole I Onions . . .V. 29'

I''Ir4i I,. ,,...n Lindsay Pitted
39'43 c 45 PEPPERIDGE FARMSSTUFFING Green Peas 5 %:: $1. Ripe I Olives . . . 3 cent toll $1
In IvHw S..ce lirei' IM Duncan Hines
Ib Ib Ib Peas or Corn 3':;.:* 89<
Cornbread Regular S..H.,'. FrMMSpinach Cake Mixes . . 3 JS.rinMppUS $1
8.01. pok. 8-os. pkg. Souffle'i' '49Mra. ( .,....... WkHt ,.11_, Svku Owck. t.(
?, < Ocvlli ,0e4 end DH, Derll CIoec.let.1)
Smttk'l. Pmupklll-CMltcrrf' sre71'
29'Swift' Mince Pies . *&. 39<<
Yetis rm Wkol$ (,tes SO ......,.1
: Strawberries t:. 89<< '
.0 XTRA..ft.. IOO ;.. PRICES __omIXTRA'X'X"X" o
Premium Gov'r..lntpected Quick EFFECTIVE
i jjj I Green. Stamps' Frozen Grade A Shipped Eviscerated Ck.... t."km MON..TUES.MeNir"ili'tr"'b .. I J1;I Green....,.__.Stamps...._..
Mlcrin Oral Antiseptic Ducklings . . . .. . H,. 49 Instant Coffee1$1.49? ; WED. McCormick'i Pure Black Pepper
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14-oz. Swift' Premium Gov'f.-lnipected, Quick \w' Coffee Ck M ftl "kofn All Crin". Z.III. NOV. 2324. ; ....4_-oz ww. .can_.39c.. ....
F'I .
WWlrw WMl. vvuvvvvvB Frozen Grade A Shipped Eviscerated ... $1.53 25, 1964 .

QVVVVV VV Capons . . . . . . lb. 69. Dressing 1C..ft. T1o1,1.,4. '.S....... 59crmp
rHXTWAjJ7Oreen Grade A Go:t..Inspected Quick Froien Shipped .r R.e uUt l
Eviscerated FancyPlump Cat Food . 22.e; 41 c

/ Stamps* Geese . . . lb. 59 Pcmptr Sncy
i1e*K'""'"/'d'" Swift' Premium Gov't.'lnspected Shipped Grede A Cat Food . .z..47<<
Ton I Tame Heir Rime Quick Frozen Eviscerated Butterboll ((6 to 14 Ib. avg.)

large. lie $1.00 plus to: Stuffed Turkeys . . lb. 49 )

Swift'* Premium Sandwich Chub or ? ..___
somlll.Am-SO Braunschweiger 2 :pV k;;.. 69

"" Fresh Georgia' or North Carolina ,

I Volley tDlt Green.Frost i**>it.Whole....Stamps..*Strawberries..d..h Oysters . p C;: 99' e

2-lb. bog 89c

BOOI o 'OQQ im lea j e down produce lane e ,I

150IDItT.raA b SO LARGE CRISP PASCALCELERY

s31 I Oreen Stamps
I wttwww.le.d..k
sw ft'. tnmium Sm.liUl Kellogg'i Herb Seasoned Crouton
POLISH SAUSAGE ...
E ..12-os. .pkg.: 69e Croutettes . . . . 7.pk,. 35
)OOOOOOQOQOOOOOOOI a ..,.....'* 18" Heavy Duty
1$....
50 ml PRERrrc 50 Stalk 9 C Aluminum FoilMcCormkk' . . ,.11 65
Pure (plus SO ttemp)

I Jftl Green..*. e..M..M.Stamps J>..d.U4. .(> Black Pepper . . ceo:. 39
Hvrai' ...
0.1. C+tkti tr | 4 O
SLICID HAM <=>
6>os. pkg. 69c,. pv
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So lMMMiyOreon ? 0 00 001 lID' Crisp Western Pre-Packegcd STORE: HOURS

EXTRA"- 50 Carrots 2 p k gs. 19c i Mon.l Thur 0

Red or Golden Delicious/ .ay
Ilnl) j re....w.r-.4 Stamps__.. ) lb g i 8:30+ 9:00
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Apples 4 49
,11-House. Baked Potatoes bog 4 ;M A A K R T;1 Saturday
os pkg. 39c
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B Mm. IM4 TMQ'i Also available for your Thanksgiving/ / hut Endive, Escarole, Water. S:30 7:00 I
tress, Mushrooms, Green Onions, Romoine Lettuce, Cnectnutt, Walnut,
end many other tracts to make your meal cOftlplet.rund !



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cards that will admit aMociation members deaf .a 4' .SECTION, __B __ N., ..., H*? Sunday. ..*..*....r 22. 1444G'nl
to the Community Concerta to be prevented in Naples) u

on January 11 February 11, February 26 and March
12 of 1065 will be put in the mail shortly after Thanks

jlvmif, statis J. StealeElms, secretarof thc Naples

Community Concert Association Scout NotesBy

Association members are cautioned to put these ,
cards in a safe place, u they must be presented each r
time in older to gain admittance to the auditorium of MM DONALD M. BCHLERri
the Naples Senior High School 'home of Community

Concerts. The membership cards are also II handy

rtfereta is t to c OIH'1'1"1latl'!!. which arc printed on asp
the reverse gnlc
i' 1 DOOR TRAINING 8CHB.IM outdoor cooking; parking for

\IIN\\ ftoin nl Irs HI,' ,'xpect"d to ;plax to -11: All leaden who wlah to trails, trips etc; and fire build.

111.111.1111)! : 1'011111 i rn Ml i' till Thin'>d ,\'. Febtuan Jr\th, take their troop cm hikes orcaup.eds Ing. Mrs Edward Mattson,Field

The beguiling: ('Ksliitos) harm and artistry of the Stout must. have training In. Advisor will serve as trainer
out of-door program.A along with other resource pea
a thecae young( ('hoii<' tM haw made them the most brief basic outdoor trail'. o. pie, all under the direction of
!t'ltII'd. choir H"M In tour America They will! session U given locally each Mrs A.M. McQyes, executive
;' pr 'M lit a unglue pi "tfiHin of costumed operetta year by Mr*. Robert Oregg,train. director of the council
aatxd songs, a'culland folk music Inf chairman, and this course The Saturday session sche.
1* supplemented by council duled from 10 '!U twill review
..t supervised courses open to all the seven basic skill camping
leaders This U one of the and prepare the leader for the

Light Burns Day And NightIn advantages which has accruedto kind of help they can expect from
w Naples Scouts line leaning their Senior Scouts. Betty
the Gulf Coast Council two years Decker, Senior Scout from
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1Such an outdoor raining Naples. will be Me of the
Kennedy Home In Ireland program has been scheduled for trainers ,
the weekend of November 17th I
and 28th at Cecil Webb Uf*Area I
1 close to Punt Qorda. A fond Junior Troop 112 under the
Dt'NGA.'l/STOWN/ i r e i .1 II id world's most powerful nation
CAPS On the wall of 4 (aim. would lie dead from an ...81. representation of Neapolitan Is direction of Mrs Robert Maktn
house parlor here In the heart of sin's bullet. expected| to attend. and Mrs Alan Foster (one of
The session will Include our United Fund volunteer
Irel ; el's countryside a tiny "It's terrible It's terrible cap.
,
tamp i burns day and night says Mr*. Ryan even today., training on two level, the first tains) la busily planning for a
R la about eye-high and has Stocky, healthy and wtmlburned to be an overnight for advanced. breakfast cookout at Tlmberford
the training and the second, on Sat. this weekend. Recent meetings
strength of about from
one < an.dlet life on the farm, she still
wer. But Us flickering uses the present l.n"ln talking urday only, for InexperiencedUacfers have been spent making buddy
The advanced burners, water-proof matches
r shad\ w* and Its very simplicity about "Ooustn Jack" training ,
n. will be an exercise In the use wood shavings and vagabond
per;ade the old.faehinned room The farmhouse and the out.
*---, and 1 Ive a feeling of ..n<'lllat\'. building which was actually of kite patrol system, with each stoves
.41 .- Tie shadow nit arras a Patrick Kennedy's original patrol Including two adults and + '
1, small shrine to the Sacred home are unchanged from the all girls These paired will
be to return to their Junior Troop 276 has welcomed
Heart expected
'If Jesus
.. and pas directly' day of that momentous visit.
onti( another shrine home area* and share their train. a new member, Mickey lamurrt
sharing the The barnyard hastily cementedto
Ing baal. The Several girls In this troop have
humble tight a picture of receive the president and his oo a neighborhood
John llzgerald event will Include assignments volunteered to serve a* aides on
Kennedy. party, I I. the aame.
such "furniture" and the Christmas Seal drive
IHio, tl\ beneath Is a horse Down the road there I* an as ramp Troop
ballr ,>t the kind that winds Ideally located area where Ire. cither need by use of lashing; 274 will have its Investiture on
erxtlon. and of December 1, at the Scout House
striking tare ,
up In I irmhouse i attic most land Intends to build a 1000.
talus sanitation and with a mother's to
time Sam the sheen wears oft. acre forestry school, dedicated! ; courtesies meeting
No "ne ever sits on this sofa to JFK It will have Its monu. of the mil-of-docrs; creativity In follow

1 nowadays. merit In Its existence and U
-k It is the sofa where John F, Prim Minister Sean Lemas* ,.. "' ......... .
Kenned eat on June 17, lOGS, said to frlendst "What could be a. --1
full of life and hugely' pleased more humanly fitting than II.:

with himself. trees?" .....,...'tf", -. ., -
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This. room Is Dunganatown's .., ... .a,.....,,y. ... ,

FRANK C.UERRERA, baritone is a top favorite at EARL WILD, one of Americas most versatile pianists president.monument to the martyred !
ForumTo
Duplicate I .
the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City, is a familiar figure at summer festival, This I* the farmhouse of the F
where he sings more than 10 roles, all this In and the man behind the music on some of Amer Kennedys, Hit one he revisitedto Start TuesdayAt 1 \I \
addition to a lengthy concert tour. This past season ican television's most valued "specials." Wild claim his heritage and re. .. t j "

he appeared with the opera companies of appears frequently! at Ravinia and Lewisohn Stadium mind.! the, Irish that "I cam 1.. Hand Room f. "I
Cincinnati, Washington Philadelphia and Los An. with the Philadelphia Symphony and Philadelphia ooo muss and three genera Marking it* third year the Duplicate .
lie is scheduled to sing for members of the "Top" Ilia Naples appearance will tlofia" to see where his great Forma begin the firM *' I
Naples open grandfather, Patrick Kennedy session on this : Jt
coming Tuesday
Community Concert Association on Thur,- the concert 11. ,
season Monday January
day. February 11, 1965 Marled In life before emlgintlng evening, November 34 Play will !Ii # :
\ to Dos ton, commence at TtlO In the Band *
r tt ti In one rapid,. summer day Hum. cf the Junior High School 1Iif t .
Illinois Grants the rich, powerful descendant! pi.eft.Thirl Avenue fwith The ror.wit .
x'I a ..," an Irishman as poor a* a churVkmouse Is an open group affiliated A ONE: MAN SHOW of the paTnnii1nr ttU **,.
,. captured Irish hearts not with the American Contract Ian artist JolAn Mair m has been on display for
,, Lawyer LicensePosthumously only riches because this was a rag.-la Her Bridge League and also a Coo the pant two day and will continue through today
story but because John County feature to help those
at The Moorinira Country Hub bhov/n above
F. Kennedy had stayed Irish Interested In Bridge *( one sc.tivlly .
\ himself. In the broad county Ftc.... la hr. Ilrla Ftabcuak representing the artist with
All over the world now there shoal program some of the painting ( NEWS photo)
WIST CHICAGO Dl (AP) are monuments to Kennedy Present registrations (Indicate
A crippled former Marine Corps There Is none simpler than the an Increasing Interest In the -
.T L ll l 1 r mwIyERSONAiIIKI
pilot was admitted
posthumous sanctuary lamp In his family lesnuwhlle.youH program
's tJ' ly to the Illinois Bar 'Thursday, homestead.The Everyone I* welcome to regi. f)
climaxing an IS.year story ofeourac lamp la eared for by Ken. .ler on Tuesday night or to come
Ise and pltlenTh. /'*. nedy'third cou.ln. the widow for a .1''.*.. *" before deciding
admission of the late Do. Mary Ann Ryan., She was his to join t"",r the next 10 weeks. Christmas Cards
nald D. Harries Jr of Duluth somewhat overwhelmed hates For pri'"i registrations, phone
__ Minn; believed lo be the firm when the president bore downon Ml ....8 I.'
t i.N lime a law license was awarded i Dunganstown with tai the 40 AlbumH in
price
posthumously In Dllnols, came a I trappings of the Whit House every range
ANEW little more than one month after and the twirling, surging crowd ReNEW rOUR .(
Harries died i of emotionally delighted Irish.. DprVl"S liceNSE (or. r
Harries, 43, was a quidrlpleg.Ic None could know that In five DURING YOUR SONG & STORY SHOP
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I t fr
.111UU While attending i months the elegant, youthful .'
law school he wrote papers for i....ber.nI. earnest leader III l the BIRTH MONTH I Vjr 619 5th Ave, Se MI 2.2520
10 years with I pencil clenched, ,N-in-rwrearmrri'
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between his teeth In hospital u -- -
ward.

In !1048, Harries was al the.
University of Minnesota' study. IDEAL
log for I law decree, He fell

and while never tumbling again la had I gymnasium the' use of FOR THAT @Jm m
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his arms or legs i
Harrle was admitted to \ \\tt ___
lines Veterans. Hospital where : 4t I Ih
for almost seven years, M was ,
virtually helpless Then, (radii. :
ally he learned to write by ,-
holding a pencil between his : \
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With encouragement: from I'' \
YORK CONCERT TRIO Is a rare and Intriguing -ombination of Red Cross volunteer worker, :
Tuesday and Nov. 24 & 25
irwtrum,'nta, being Composed of harpist Cynthia Otia (far right. r Hint) MlfMA Waring of West Chlca. C' Wednesday
Ardyth Alton, and flutist Paul Boyer The trio has just completed Its go, Harries began studying law : + beautiful
third transcontinental tour and has been received everywhere with slain He enrolled at Loyola : get a

critical and audience enthusiasm Ita appearance Friday. March 12th UMverstty of Chicago."There I I \
were 10 men In that
will conclude the 1965 Naples Community Concert season ward at times," Mrs Waring : 8"x10"picture

said. "II was very hard for him
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to study"Studying
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cited, she said, because Hurls : of child
** Best Buys Are Found loo could long sot. .M In Ms wlwekaalrL your

[ In June un, M was granted
TODAY AT WESLEY G. DOWNING Inc. ,.r Law degree frm Loyola 1 98C

Harries pnneed the wrMes I only
FOR SALE i Bar etamlasilon last (eptem.L }
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Beautifully landscaped Fre-Owned Home with Guest '
House In popular Coquina Sands unit one on high lot Jt r ber.WIllIe wanting te hear U he V UL'DARLIN'PINUPS

near Reach Golf Course and proposed shopping center Jt f. would be admitted to tae bar
3 bedrooms 2 baths Harries mtorwent a tldney "t-
large family room and fireplace Jt
* GUEST HOUSE air-conditioned with separate bedroom ,. ere swgery-, for regarded a quadriplegic a* serluuar He Exclusive/ ot (Grant's

* and porch Very easily rentable Jt f- appeared to be recovering after "Coo to Coo,"
OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 4 P.M. i IM operation, W suddenly Ida
* Jt eotwUtlon changed and he 4ledonOct "'(.a ell! tke MU.M. ......., IIl,tO e.ly' ISi
More Of The ,.*.. ui to tre.r.sly $1.00
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* ptrentt Mr *,* *Mle.S .
Portt"ULVit Mrs Could O, tllr rill v i y.11 ace .... ...... esreaaleee, era "..,...I.....
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* Acrot from : ... c.a.: .,.. .. .... le.' he.Likea claw.. NOT '.00'111....
Moorings Private ("* * ft..h"e4 110, 1.1. eot4 .ell., sue .HI k. >hOT>
* Choice! apartments are now being No .. .....11.".... hew plea.. Li ye.gNeva.
I bcf.d. CRUISING I....... while.i.s I... ..... Ml ...*. I I. e..we
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* M1/S101I1I111a0 { "' BRING A FRIEND .
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* Realtors CHI. .._ .. ...old, t',4e enw
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* ASSOCIATES : r CateOaea eve WANT MOW rO TOUU MONir KUf dsan'"r ITl ON CHANTS
* 706 Slli Ave. So. Ml 2-2179 R ftu B Burnham cawosus

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that tgoni'ing good night Meat I Id Ii coming into your President, Gilbert Youth
.i dw door I could die u I "'> at//"tr.lh7': 'I'or' 'out ai i into you the: Research IncTeenager .
rfiifi.. I from one fool to die other .h mirlcci *
challeng
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bring II natural chare that
at possible/ students who own
t* term yai' for 'the millionth
Remember" adult .like.. to be
HIM How CM I develop I Ijcri nut automobiles tend to get poor
b ; it their cane. too Just. taimi
like to br considered
Hv planning ahead |lUll isu i wild teenager"adult.. doa> or the 140 boys and girls/ w* V:
>"' lid in netting ready for I'kf to be thought. of ai "ha .
1uF the line Locate your key, *., !hen. or rrifual old fuddy*. quttttoritd about the subject, 67
tY1 prr your) frtlmfi ,id time you had irulcr the kenent'.. Kn.rrn you liutead not true. What'i the
mall talk on the wal> 'to tht of/ the door i I let him unlink and open doings rose to 80 per cent when
ihr door for you.. Don I lingerS (For mart *nttrt to yore wt asked the 140 who own cart pf s'RArc
*vt fou
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your final wondnful lime on 4attnf, etiquette
m good: I night and allow your aid *,' unit foe /b.jre whether they themselves/ rot
smite to float. bark brief)) I.'U diupprar behind' the ilm Know?" SnJ your turn ..J leg autos of their II
own
MUrtil to, Mm Dt Actually, I
,n| dour If you work it right, Bon /
about half
he may be diMppmntrJ but "lrKtmoirbClirk Corp., of all the students
not o" ndN' Nero.b, "''i,.) queried had drivers' licenses,

1'y' < _:,,: ,,, Q This il my Eat; : big holt: but most of them did their/ drew
day araiofl and th.Iw of partiesit ing In family
Good AS GOLD-To ride a customized motorcycle (even almost endlfM. I im terrified cars. .
if it lint going anywhere) )ii a big thrill for some persona, that I may commit enlOboCi Jerry Anstattt 17, of Lyndon, ::. ..
yet Sue Petersen of Glenview, 111, got an even bigger thrilL error and not u Kan., explained/ that "a teenager -
She had an opportunity to ride a bike which 1* made en Are there any definite party PmSnl'Mlllo"ecoldl with food comon sense can Clghteen-y t a r-old Carolyn
tlrely of chrome and gold. The bike ii valued at $3,500 and Joint ruin I could learn for schedule /
HI tun net F things so the car does Norton of Palo Verdes, Calif.,
was exhibited at a Chicago custom car how
A. There probably ire u not Interfere with studies./ A thought restrictions/ should be Fighting Youth DelinquencyBoys'

*K. .... . but many rules at there are pirtiri of I Ihe meek BIMO'M' 17-year-old from AuburndaU/ put on young drivers. What re
ReopenIng Bonita Spa provide here a are general three tipi rule which of Tin Cash lot!Mi| +net niiiodme, tiny' Mass, Peter Woodland, offered strictions'' 'They should be Clubs Win DecisionGilbert

thumb Always try to be help BABY LOVE, Supreme proof of his contention Said bet made to pay for their Insuranceand a
Dining Room & Lounge ful cooperative about any pclal LEADER Of THE PACK "I own a car and If it were not gas and upkeep of the car.
party plant, and a happy Shongrl Los
for a 'C' In Enrllsh. I would 1'1would/ / discourage wild Youth youth population/ In
the
Dinner convrrtalionalut If Service neighbor
*. Enjoy Your Thanksgiving : ( you re not LAST KISS, Wilton & have been'on "'
food at small talk, be an enIhunntic ,Coral Iar. the honor roll 'drives and aimless/ driving/ / While headlines shriek of hood.
and Your Favorite Cocktails lulener1). !) Be athoughtful COME A LITTLE BIT Mary SchIndler, 18, of Louis- Some Interesting statistics !Juvenile misdemeanors/ and Four basics offered by the
about the family,' and CLOSER, Jar & American vtlle, Ky., had her own idea turned up on the matter of when committees seek to clubs all over the country
their home at you would want ways correct seem
Ken and Irene Mooso people to be about your own RINGO, Green about why some students who driving licenses can be obtained the problem a long-establtshed to help boys change directions.

Your Hosts tm..11 Express, Jour I \"thinki promptly for a when good Hon.ycombsSHE'S HAVE I THE RIGHT, own cars tend to fet poor trades according to states' laws-and organization goes quietly on Its Each club. provides/ a sports program

-even though she thought this when the teenagers think way serving boys In a quiet place to read or
the party fi over, Thru !guide-! NOT THERE, under
)> Pont ihould make you the mOlt Zombi. was not true of the majority of licenses should be available. privileged areas. do homework, companionship

)f popular guest of the lenon YOU REALLY GOT ME, young car owners. She said "I While more than 78 per cent of Officials of Boys' Clubs of and the friendly guidance of an

3tJN114t f1 Q, Older people mike me Kink THE DOOR IS STILL think these are generally poor those questioned can l'ral1yobo' America have figures to show adult. I
i eelfooflMioua. I always feel they students anyway and would pro lama licenses In Many add much
OPEN, Martin their states at 16 that juvenile delinquency dropsIn mort to the
>
X- are critical of me because of
>. >ff ff all the talk about wild teenager TIME IS ON MY SIDE; bably find some other diversion/ / or under, only 20 per cent agreed areas where there art clubs basics, taking/ on the responsibility I
*. Should I full avoid them Rolling StoneDon't If they didn't/ own Cara" Another with those age regulations./ In Louisville/ Ky., for ei- of teaching trades to young
whenever pouible'A ? young ..woman 16-year-old/ Donna Seventy per rent felt that youngsters ample/ during/ an eight-year sters. The teachers art volun-

}v U. 8.41 (TamlmITrall) ) DONITA 6PRIN08, PLA. )f The aooner you 1 leirn to A Greene also of Louisville, said should not be able to get period, there was a 61 per cent teer printers, mechanics and

)f . .. . . .. . .. *- deal ciiuilly and mpectfully He LlIt.rbulI that "after the newness of owning drivers' licenses until they are 17 Increase in Juvenile crime In all so on.

a car wears off, the student" and over. Ten per centexpressedno areas of the city eicept where Carter clubs have a regular/
goes back to his normal tell opinion either way Seemingly, there was a Red Shield
Boys' place/ on the agenda, and down-
Among those who felt car own. th.n. teenagers are not In agreement Club. In that area, the crime to-earth guidance Is given to
erahlp affected studies was Gale with authorities about when rate dropped 52 per cent.Boys' .
t"n-agers who previously/ may
I Wangerln, 16, of Everett, Wash., they should be permitted to Clubs workers there not hair given a thought to their
I RCA VICTOR I who declared: "If a person owns drive, but not In the way you could set no other reason for future.

his own car, he tends to spend might think. They believe the this dramatic difference no Most of all, the clubs contribute .

mort time on it than if It were authorities/ permit them to drive housing Improvements, no new because they have an attitude.

the family car." when they are too young Industry, and no decrease In the Professional' leaders combint .

realism with optimism.

',RCi1.L..l llt Activities art flexible/ depending

Why Do Parents Say No ? community on the members'Involvement needs Is And Immense. .

1965 ALL CHANNEL
Business executives of

By VIVIAN BROWNAP direction of the college on Sunday standing have been known not
21-INCH HIGH FIDELITY Newt feat urea WriterA and pick up the girls to save thema only to servo on boards, but to

17-yenr-old high school Junior says that every girl she knows train trip home. sweep out the eym.Teenagers,

COLOR TV Is permitted to go on weekend. trips wlthbnys, but that her parents ""'bl'n we called the dorm, we

g du not approve) of such shenanigans and are putting her''tn a bad! WIre shocked to find they weren't
position with the crowd." there

39995 l a .. "They. u.make. .me, look like a child and a child they don't trust at: "We located them ins crummy
tnat. i wink it n vein&n! or hotel in the town and found that

parents to give the Impressionthey the boys couldn't get them Into

won't let you out nf their the dorm had made reservationsat

tight for fear you'll something. the hotel and didn't tell the
RCA Vietor't new Viita tuning, UHF/VHP wrung It.. an old-hshliined/ idea easier Just to say no, than to girls for fear the parents would 1 1I

brings In color clear and diitirvct, I U equally anyway that klilv" need to be spoil their fun on a trip by too worry.

perfect for bl.ck-end.whits ,televiied., 25000. chaperoned They certainly can't many warnings. It may be the "The place was lammed with
volt cheats have any fun with adults breathIng easy way out but I feel more
with -
power trtniformtr. Glare- young people a nice/ crowd and
proof, 21-Inch scram Price Include delivery down their necks Why don'tparents comfortable about It." everything looked harmless
realize they are oldfjvhlnneil / Here's. what some parent saythey
enough. The
girls
said it In
1-year picture tube end was
p.rt.FF557., fear when
things have. changed young people go such good fun and all that the;
lot Wince they were young?" away from home for I weekend: Just (fecld d not to telephone I' I

The point Is that parent Htgh-Jinks/ In automobile that about the switch In plans

ALL CHANNEL VHF-UHF rfullt. thing haven't changed could lead to accidents. "Well after/ that you get
couch since they were young. Drinking by some members ofa little cautious about trusting .1 I

19-IN. PORTABLE TV'S l Th.:'" why many can't be coerced group even If their own adolescents child to mak the right decisions, I

r Into .ing| along' with nomn ailvenlurm don't join In. "A couple of This time everything was all

_r. I They know the temptations drinkers can cause plenty nf right/ But next time. whn Focus

"hrarthri'aks uml pruMvmni trouble for a sober group," one !knows...''
On Photo-Finish
BUDGET SPORTABOUT young peci|>li> that exist in father says.Involvement.

pvirm>ratl<>n. with police I topic in schools around
Must. jan-nti... 14995Obi I n I N. the omptmlnns crated bv young people on ant called 'photo-flnnh fuhmna"They're
not bought They're
I thi-t tar often siisplrliriM. uf. kind nf adventure., created For a photo.finish faah
r But | in>nN hll\f'IIthr', wi.rr.stho Harassment of non-Jolneri to. ..J pigtails ion starts with an exchange ofachool
1 ceniolt (sultan, ,, with 172 in. 1 1 using them to glorify your
vitwsbl lm.q* iq. 1 hIMrfn/ IxwhMx l |tllto itivliMx fit "hciv-rlrl ik'niriim, a xamplinc companions that can cause future tc.rv.I-OU: name it.
new tltnf-frent dtilgn, ondhonello / Two are pictured One la a
"ditappttrin/ "f ,i few .parents. rivinH.A IInhll/'l.IIIfIIIII./' I sailor hat; the other a pencil
r, OIH* father vats that > w with ,
one (HirMit SIVH; "It't manv garnished a achool photograph
o "11,000 volt picture, and 5.)" voting (mifile. g>t Into prnMemsunvlttlnglx l HOW TO GLORIFY" YOUR on a flag of felt Both are
high.tfficitncy{ iptaktrlUyitt HAIRIn eaay to make Here'a how
/ and then are afraltto / THE SAILOR HAT First
o volume control. IAFOSI court'! In. their parent He order to look Its beet your glue qu.rtn-inch-wid. ribbon to
EXCLUSIVE* AT RAR gives this Illustration hair must be lean and ahlnlns/ cover an seams of the hat rut
Shampoo leant once a week out 2x3-inch school: photograph
P "Our younger daughter asked more If your hair I. pity or It eiactly to At key tag (availableat
THE LUXURY SPORTABOUT Our SpecialIndividuality permission/ to spend a dance hot weather makes It to limp stationery stores) Glut them
I weekend at a boy's college with ran a Shampoo that la gentleto on
your hair and one that does Waterproof with clear nail
159 three girl friends. They were to the beat < le.nnc! Job for you polish Then punch; a hole and
in. be put up at a dorm so all Try one of the many shampoo thread a quarter-lnch-wioo rib
It with a lanolin bate If you ban bon through Tit a bow and pin
parents agreed
was a fine
t a dry.hair problem. tile nbbon to the bat Trim with
GIFTS idea Stay away from tints and a r.kr of bell, .
built-in "V" antenna, plus "Well, anyway, my wife and I bleaches Mother Nature bl...... r.-ni cut a
Acccaaonea you with hair coloring t II a tblends piece of brightly colored felt intoa
UHF loop antenna ( derided that we'd dying In the with\ your complexion circle triangle, square or
slant front RCA Victor' Antique and eveBrunette whatever shape suits your fancy
with "diiappetring" hand? and brewnette ca Thread a needle through the felt
bring out the color hlgbllsht of leaving about a half-inch sticking
o ent-itltina VHF fin. tuning, INTERIORSFurniture MOVING TO FIOIIOA? their hair by addlm a half-cup. out the bottom.
power-grid UHF tuner of vinegar ID the Sad\ rtnaliic, Glue school photograph to
Be Sire .. C.atad Blonde ran bring out golden I both aide ef the felt Flung the
11,000-volt pictures \ hlthllfhu: by .*lnc aa a anal\ needle into a pencil eraier
SxMnch iptak.r.. AEG7I Upholstering TERMINALVAN runs a up of water In which. Fan* Of tour**. So much *oyou'll .
Draperies two tea bags have been allowedto 1 soon be inventing photo
Carpeting LINES deep. ITepar the let lOla .inish. fashions jrourtelf
km b.rrt daring your lIam '
W Ilk St. 8* 8t ret., u, poo and It will b* ready when
pa*** .n.1U1 )'ou4 U law Clouser

NO PAYMENTS UNTIL FEBRUARY t *.....!* .... to aid from ...**.. night Bras for your about hair two briskly niaate every*, Mite.eilil.n I---. Ceaan.etMetropolitan

I.CIJIC.; \ a*** .***. ..* !*.. martin al the nape of the atrk
Ctlk.gt itNaalea I and bnublnc forward over rout Life
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PJ New Yerk .. I' -al, oil 'i your bait .\ mw.you ru jn
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I remove tile dally at 'smutsa .illWIJ reconn sad a
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1290 Third St. So. tole K.:. :-a dual program M your per-
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91||Ito nine acceptable architect purchasers designed Donald Hardlnr: 'E AIA.Nick, Palm AIA Beach; living room, thru bedroom. 4. kitchen{: are equipped with I (he 0. The shoreline of each propel will show the r..I you Naples and
three btthi
homes at our exact coat no William Wallace ; separate din. finest. General Electric I appllancei ty, which facei Zimmerman,
Inir room, bar, two car garage Stove, Disposal, Auto. .
; deep ocean going their
profit or real estate commlulon AIA, Naplei' waterways you may lee superior vanruction.
Custom built to highest ipecl/i. SPECIAL FEATURES COMMON and abundant storage apace matte Dlihwaiher: IS.6 cubic .li rip rapped with limestone .( Do not delay, "became .
Six of the nine !
home nave foot
cationi by Viiggt t Maale, Contractors. TO ALL NINE RESiDENCES Froitguard Refrigerator rock all nine hunt,,, will be
fireplarei Freeier, which never requires Three typical, floor .
I ,puns and completed before the end if December
(Including member. 3
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It would coot $10000 I horn hat white oak defroiting front elevation of the nine. reel and four or five by Derrmber
you more ship In Port Royal Beach Club
) : parquet floors throughout 5. These
homes
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are lit This li
than our price to : truly an opportunitr
duplicate 1 Each :
anyone prospective owner mutt except In bathrooms and kitch feet above
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of the rolnenceiThe crown of the Tall at the Port Royal office, that will never ene
I architect nine who designed and be accepted by the member' en where tilt and vinyl art road Driveways are tone Kin,.' Town and Fort Charles gain, l'01tT ROYAL, INC,
acv supervising the completion hip committee Beach of the Port u. d. Earn home la centrally ban, asphalt sailed and Drive, for \illustrated fol ler with I'. O KOI IIA Naples. Flurldn.
Royal Club '
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plw, H.., Swi e,. .......... 18. Iq4 statewide commute "involving
Florida Offers Many Ways educational agencies which are
concerned. with educational sere
Ice for adults."

off-beat travel topic For Continuing Education by The FICUB committee Director was assembled Myron R.

Glee, on September 10, 1963,with
representatives of the mesh"
(Editor's note:: This It theses education. This includes coursesin Florida adult education agencies
and in a aerie on adult educes general education and those attending. Dr. Blee and his com.
Itapk4totitad lion In Florida by Dr. Roger W. related directly to training for mltta proposed to the State
Axford, visiting usoclate prate.. Jobs.Florida's Board of Control that the Florida
sor at Florida State University.) division of common
By DR. ROGER W. AXFORD Ity Junior colleges is multiplying ration
Written for The Associated PressST opportunities for those beyond I. '
By Ann L. Bowes PETERSBURG (AP) -Do high school who want to continue
you have a real yearlng for learning. basis.
- -. .- learning? An expanding program of adult 2.
U so, as a Floridian you have education is administered plans
North of Grenada lies one will be discovered this year ar many opportunities available to through strategically located pub.
of the Caribbean's "undiscov by the aun-teekert. Yet, as continue your education.For lIc community Junior college rf
ered" Islands, St.Lucia While long as her roads remain deplorable example, your State Department which now number 30, with more 3. St
It Is roughly the same size the traveler can still NACASTRIES of Public Instruction being planned. Television pro.eramnlng ..
(27( x 14 ml.),supports the same savor the Island's real flavor. assumes the responsibility for has been IncorporatedInto ment !
seeing that as an adult, some Junior college course the
amount of people ((96,000)) and A oar Is essential for this you can
complete a postponed elementaryor Adults can earn credit, or learn
offers number plan even though they rent for
an
equal lodgings
high school education.One Just for the Joy of learning. 4.
((12 hotels and guest houses astronomical figures (as highas of the nation's outstanding The Florida Institute for Con. Ices of
) St. Lucia fives off a far 40 cent per mile). However programs of adult education tinning University Studies l The
different atmosphere from Its the money can be saved through our public schools is administered (FICUS) represents five state the
sister isle to the south.Its on the lower hotel rates and the beautiful harbor and capital of through the Florida universities. A wide range of con. tober
feeling of not being over- cost of food St. Lucia receives ships and athoonos from many division of adult and vocational tinting education programs blan. What perishl"t
run and ruled by tourists Is From Castries, the Island's countries. ,ket the state, offering conferen. and
due In pan to a "laissez- magnificent harbor and chief I i ces, short courses,and Institutes more s.
faire" French Influence. a town a paved road winds up tell In towns are not recom- for engineers, businessmen, able
mountainous Interior and poor Into the hills of Vlgle and Morne mended. They tend to be dirty earners, and laymen. Fall tri
system of highways. Regardless Fortune. Photogenic pano- rowdy and expensive). master FICUS enrollment this .
vear tn credit courses alone exceeds nated.
this Un-touristy mood Is ramas down on the blue bay The road continues along the 8,100, 2,000 more than a
refreshing and relaxing. and pastel buildings are especially leeward coast presenting a year ago, a 40 per cent increase. dollar
around mixture of and
fine Hotel An- contrasty sea The cooperative extension serv. bring
TRAVEL COSTLY tolne. Incidentally this Is a mountains. Occasionally you tee has a statewide network of
Rumor has It that St. Lucia clean quiet place to stay. (Ho- dip down Into emerald valleys 278 < ounty agricultural and home gun.
where sugar cane (one of the demonstration agents. Agents
Island's exports) Is grown and are backed up by specialistsfrom CLOTHES" Thi chit.
processed. Little streams tric- the University of Floridaand striped worsted sun
REDI I RED'SREELEE kle through these valleys from Florida A and M. cators in London sets tin
the high hills, but become Incredibly The home economics staff is sion for Britain snapp\ I
GOOD BUYS! filthy In their passage. located at Florida State University and summer fashions
Effluents from the sugar mills FSU also offers programsfor boater tops the cars'
professionals in adult educa people
1963 Plymouth Fury Stat Wag. Air, heat, P. S. human sewage and silt turn the tlonThe -
water an ominous brown. And
Florida State Employment
(Still under factory warranty) still, the traveler may see a Service offers testing and guid.

1963 Corvair Monia Auto Iran. sturdy girl bound for market ance for those Interested in find
swing her basket down dip a log employment or in re-training.
1963 Chev. Nova II Sports Coupe, Bucket band In and drink. Canecutters Many a young persons Is being

Seats, etc. may cool their faces and saved from Idleness and poten.tlal .
with quench their thirst too. For tragedy by opportunities See Our new"Rosanna"
1961 Rambler Ambassador, 4 door sedan, vlded through the ManpowerTraining
the tourist this Is strictly ta-
air, Auto Tran. and Development Act, I
boo. Water awsyfromCastrles administered through FSES.Plnellas .
1961 Rambler 4 door American Stat Wag., Auto. must be regarded with caution. hasapUotresIdential Sweaters
THE GROS and Petit Pitons framed in palm County
De sure to Inquire before drink-
Tran. & Heater road. program unique in the
ing or add a halazone tablet.PICTUREPERFECT fronds" along the I leeward nation, which may help establish I
1961 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Air & Full
patterns for the new antipoverty I
Power Excellent Tires for training In
gage their services to see the ward road Is rough. It winds program young
1960 Corvair Model 700 4 door sedan Auto After two hours of hard driving steaming volcano. You can and twists between gorgeous adult of Mohairs
The State Department Bulky
the taland'sbeautypolnts -
come to
Tran. Radio & Hester you ,the G roe and Petit drive to It yourself and spend scenery and gives you plentyof Health, the ForestryServlce,and
time more enjoyably without a time for admiration the
as
1959 Imperial Crown 4 door sedan. 1 owner Pitons These sharp peaks riseto numerous private agencies such Trimmed Jeweled Sleeveless
local native. St. Lucia Is the maximum speed In many places as the Young Men's Christian Association .
car Air Full Power Fantastic Buy over 2,000 feet and presenta only Caribbean Island that has is about 20 mph. This sixty disseminate Information .
perfect symmetry against the an active volcano a drive- mile stretch Is without service which help adults keep Boucle Knits
1960 Valiant V.200 4 dr. Sta. Wag. 1 owner car.
sea. are wonderful In
They In volcano I stations or towns hence the abreast of the times. In addition
1958 3.4 Jaguar 4 dr. sedan 4 on the floor I photographs. Experienced As you approach the steamy traveler Is fore-warned tocar- six educatlonal'TV stations are for your dressy skirts

A reelee good buyl mountain climbers like to try wafts of sulfur gas burn your ry gas a hand of bananas and i vital force for continuing education .
their skill the Florida Educational
these
on tropical through -
nose. Park and lock your car his fortitude SHOP EARLY FOIl; XMAS
Reasonable Offer Refused! miniature Grand Tetons, taking and walk among the springs\/ If the Itinerary above soundstoo TV Commission.Even .
No the state Is :
though grow.
care to avoid the fer-de-lanc fJt
taking caution stepping i
against exhausting two calm J1
log In population the educationallevel
snake and heat exhaustion. The
Into hot mud or falling In a beaches can be enjoyed on St. is going down in comparison 1i
tiny village behind the peaks boiling pool. It'uland.scapeu LucIA within close distance of to the national level. In 1960, 1
\\VO let In palms and edged by a weird as the moon. Around the airport One Is Vlgle Beach 9.2 per cent of Florida's adults Ll'J
..r'B'IHDlJ/ silky beach Is a take-off for this cauldron the hillsides are literally right at the end of hal less than a fifth grade edu. I i :7
rtJ Soufrlcre.. yellowed and bare from the gas the runaway! the other Pigeon cation, compared with a figure
IN It's best to find your own On side old stone 8.3 per cent nationally.
"f :, JHP u one Island one mile off-shore. The
IMPIHIAl way to the sulfur springs! or baths built In 1185 for the latter has a quaint hostel and Last year the Legislature ea. I .I)
AYQJil1L'r
5ALESSERVICEUMIJO else you may get saddled witha tabU shed an advisory committeeon
French Army and later for use bar, and boasts supreme iso-
( -2040 NTAMIAMI, TA ILN.PLU'Rf-eHIH5Sl$ guide. They hang along the by Louis XVI. can still be em- lation and peace. adult education and FICUS /, \
authorized to organize a
was
roads, begging tourists to enjiSAIFL ployed. The hot waters are L ..
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Will '
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brings you to Vleux Fort at the ; FURNITURE
end of St. Lucia It'. been
the site of a U.S. tracking station Robert Pond and Stanley Terry I /
LARGE TREES for some time yet has will be the main speaker at the LF/ $149.95
not been ruined by this "for- regular meeting of Naples Toast set
eign" Infiltration. About the masters' Club when It meets at
only place to stay Is Cloud's 630 o'clock Tuesday night at the

II AND TROPICAL SHRUBS HW Nest a-perch, Hotel.but the the town.sound It sits Food effects literally Is are superb evening.will Naples be Elks the Club.toastmaster Vince Conboy of the SOFA BED

Coleman Boyd will give the In. I &
This there
not. writer stayed
vocation and Ted Below will I
the night before Carnival and Introduce the members and
never heard such cacaphonyof fuesti. Marvin Cecil will serve I SWIVEL ROCKER
W Pq 'i noise anywhere In her life. as mister evaluator with Earl I
1 A.NUS Dogs cats, roosters, babies Hodges and Ed Daugherty u '
100. Foam Rubber
S evaluators Charles McCoolwlllhold
DO drums, rattles pipes, radios ?
be SJkc pfnsl IS* ..
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old jmaR the timer on the speakers rile .ot
bottles bike bells .
O breaking f fikrtci a .*. .)
Stork Gabe Luff will act as gram
Iron i occasional car In the horns snoring marian, Bill Owens parlla.menlarian NEW FURNITURE DRAPERIES UPHOLSTERYMARTINS
$15 guests next room, and Ted Thorward,
singing strollers, dancing wizard of aha
music and Carnival cheers filled Clifford WenMl, president,
6Sr the night until dawn But will preside at the business
I that's native life on St. Lucia meeting
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JACKSONVILLE Vast 1m. "1 realise that all of us inMate
provements to Florida' health agmde are supposed to
have been made In recent years have an Insatiable desire for
but there are more and freau more funds and personnel and be
er hazards in the future and In completely deaf and blind to pro
this Jet age "we Mill have ap. blems of the poor taxpayer; but
proximately 50 per cent of our the taxpayer turns out to be the
population served by the horse same fellow who castigates the ,
r and buggy' method of waste dls.po State Board of Health for In.
'!al called septic tanks," Dr. action and alow action In protect
Wilson T Sowder said today. log his environment
Dr Sowder Florida's state "U we do not meet our many
health officer, made the remarksIn problems satisfactorily BOW, we )"..1" I" 11;" '. .'1 .4
a speech before the Florida are building health and economic sees the face of Florida change through the lens of a surveyor'sinstrument.
State Chamber of Commerce. hazards for the future which may

shorelines He said If"are Florida's to continue lakes and to tlons attain Adequate insurmountable planning and proper ton the windshield of a giant drag line and the window ofa

be the main attraction In our tog is one means of moving more
Number One Industry recreation effectively toward a healthful ..nVlronm.nt. .
of hundred "Men Behind the
welder's helmet. He is ono thirty-five
and tourism .. "we" must This Is needed at all
meet head'on the major problemof levels of government and must
FRED FAULT pollution AU wastes should be have political muscle, Miracle" at Gulf American Land Corporation changing the face of
treated and
sufficiently purified

Fred Pauly before of water entering and no our risk public of bodies creating PET DOCTOR : ', Florida by turning ra\\ virgin: acreage into valuable usable land at

any situation offensive from 4" \

Joins Dyches the Dr esthetic Snyder standpoint said Florida's" pop. Iy A W. Mellor, D,V.M. 1 f r, Golden Gate Estates. into a modern thriving community at

illation has tripled since 1946 and I'M ':fI\\) ,
Realty Firm "literally hundreds of sourcesof a+ NOT VERY : Cape Coral both on 1."IOI'idn's burgeoning Gulf Coast.
pollution have been eliminated. oror (!
J.W. Dyches. Naples realtor,, But sewage and Industrial waste '
announced yesterday that Fred disposal problems are most crlt ,: He plays an important part in Florida's economy, for Gulf American
Pauly has been appointed sales teal In the dense metropolitan are
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manager located of his on real Third estate Street office Turning to another problemhe has paid over .26,800,000() () to its Florida employees in the form, of salaries

South. said '"Today In many respects,

Pauly. I resident of Naples we 1898 stand when where the board we was did before estab. and sales compensation during the past five years He contributes to

since 1959, was formerly sales I llihed In a state of Ignorance.

manager has been with Michigan Homes.He We are building sanctuaries for Florida's growth, for in addition to bringing the state new residents and
actively engaged the carriers disease and death.
in the real estate professionfor In many residential areas open I'
the past 13 years having road and streetslde ditches produce i ; tourists and stimulating new business and more jobs Gulf American
operated his own real estate vast hoarder of mosquitoes "

and Insurance business In Attica which alltls virus carry the St.Louis enceph. e /I,: has paid over $1-180,000)() in taxes to County and State Governments.
New York, before coming
"Too little consideration I.et'.n J
to Naples.A Q. Our dog) li pregnant The &
today to control. f
mosquito
graduate of Muhlenberg The main thought Is to produce veterinarian eeggeet.dwehere Ibis a good neighbor and a conscientious cnl. .nmcmber of
College of Pennsylvania. Pauly recreational areas for fishing her .-,oyed. What I I. the reason
attended Dartmouth and Holy bird and other animal life and to 'for this?P.Connor,lavllde,N.J.A. Florida's most progressive land development company which" is literally
Cross and studied for
Colleges provide storage areas to supplythe You con I.' only, M much .!* \ .'( co
"his Master's Degree In Business water needs of vast metro \ '
temal ._ A
on ''nall *
amp
Better
Administration at the University polltan and Industrial areas. Lest would noble *. veterinarian. to .ee Building New Worlds for a Tomorrow !

of Buffalo. we forget water can also be the the ,..,..... Ha could. determine. the ,} ; .
carrier of disease to the human "
During the war.Pauly served race If It Is not adequately treat.ed number, ilie end. petition of the pups,
In the Pacific Theatre with the Taken ,from e different. po Hten, the e
supervised and maintained for
United States Navy. He and' proper utilization. ray would drew (he pelvto. oi *.mother
Mrs. Pauly are members of the "The major obstacle to the and. the veterinarian could dele.
First Presbyterian Church of board In helping to maintain the mine .h...... (here might be difficulty
Naples. Their children Mike safety of the environment has In delivery. .M would olio show t Mia' wy
16. Nancy. 12. and Kathy. 6. been and still I. the shortage of puppies were In he' wrong petition lor
attend Naples Senior High and funds and staff. We have never ..., birth. This lad .It vtuolly, v.... In
Lake Park Schools. been able fully to convince our coals where the mother.to overdue and.
Budget Commission the Legislature helpi te determine. .........ceearlontectten
REAL FORESIGHT and taxpayer of the need .to hi ardor, The amp li ana Wme
MANILA (AP) More than, for more engineers, entomolo. beet diagnostic tool evalloblo lame
70 weapons-Ice picks knives, gists and other scientists to cope veterinary ,.tI......., .* li said.,
with the multiple problems of .. In ml. ma, In getting "Informationabout +
slings and darts-were found maintaining a healthy ..nvlronom.nt. puppies or Ihs pregnant momor" I
hidden In the city Jail. .M to else OJlentlvely. wed where (hero b
Inmates said some of the 11'.1' "The outlook Is for more, not to suspicion a> ,irecfuro oi e bone orm
pons were hidden by prisonerswho less, environmental haurdsdue determining. other. Intormottenabout. .
to Increased population with its .
had been released but wantedto bene ttructure or ma Internal or"ons.
wastes and the expansion of thick.
have arms on hand In case' ly populated areas into lass favor
they were jailed again. able areas. GREAT VOLUNTKR
,
COR BIN, Ky. (AP) Deputy
Sheriff toy Manning was touring lf ?
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK the courthouse I lawn lo roundup I
a fury panel On man .volunteered
DUN BARS OFFICE his aervicea immediately.
U SUPPLIES Chen Judge Morten Bennett

M/ (.. our complete telectlen ii MEW 1 entered the courtroom, he potted i
\\ unto typewriter. Naive. machine*, cneckS the man sealed in the !IJTJ has"
T writer mechlnec,eiet.tln.eetculitort m.chln, office**, furniture.HISINMS pnete c'.py and coked: "What's hr doing,
there1'"
v MACHI\E SALEM! KEPUK l
"He "volunteered' to ervr,"
-*!""' RENTALS)\ FREE, PROMPT<< the deputy explained,

Avenue So) 1.1\.tR' StRIfE MI J-20SS "(Jet him out of there," th,
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THE MAN OF THE HOUR for the ribbon-cutting ceremony marking EGLEB'SORNER

the opening of the new Sunshine Foodway and Hardware was young fVy I'
Timmy Wynn shown performing his all-important task as scissors bearer. BYHAZILABRAH \, '-

I Immediately after Timmy did his duty, Naples Mayor Archie trr, Mrl . .. .. . .e.eee .o.f ee .
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Turner (c) clipped the ribbon, officially opening the new store. Proud -
Don Wynn father of Timmy and store owner, looks on at rirht.
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cofsfiiht PINE LANESSix 5-9-10 and the 5-8-10.. Edress Manley a 215 loner; Bill Over-
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James separate the first Stahlman made the 5-8-10, bolts 305; Mac McKlrOun 517;
Yanks Trading six teams of the Tall Bowlers Mary Lanes the 2-7-9.and Inga Carroll Arnold 512; Fred Decker -
Thursday night league with GUI the 5-7 and the 3.10, Betty 301-540 Ray Dagley 51-] ;
The Agency With '.no"11 l Strvlctl s--- Hatcher Cons traction nd Shan- Celts and Tiny Messmer both Perly Riner 507; and Charlie
Tactics In Viet non Supply tied for first with the 310. Had these splits not Rice a big 224 single game.
I IA 23 wins Cwton Cove Laundry been picked up the gals would e o e
For Red Style second with 39 wins, FurnitureFair have contributed 5 cents for The gals of the Thursday;)
d.pud.bl.ocy, ropont- r1 t I+" h In fourth tied with Daley each one to the Bowlers Vic night Palmetto League bowled
IbU for protwtinf you, rfo"U" PHOENIX Artr. (AP) Distributor with 19 wins each tory Legion to be used to buy for turkeys Thursday night
..horn.ry IntursbU end budnwifiinlt thr..tof Changes are being made In the and TamUml Tire holding down sports equipment for wounded along with their regular league
toss through 0 ptinrwd pro fight to save South Viet Nam : \ the next spot with 18 wins veterans. play iulah Corwin was the
p-sin of protection (uorsntMdbjr from the Communists. King Insurance and PIne Lanes Plaza Beauty Shop was the winner of the biggest turkey
eompiniM of UIIqtionocI Foreign correspondent Mal. are tied up with IS wins apiece, only team to win all four points as she turned In the highest
"' .ncl.1 ,tr.oth'o colm Browne of The Associated and Reahard Service and as they took Viola's. Lilly's series with handicap, a 622.
Press said today America is Schmidt Realtor are tied up won three from Merle Norman Other winners were Helen Henson -
trading the Communists.In its own tactics. for thoseof with 13 wins In the cellar spot Cosmetics, Vogue FashlonShop Hazel Abrahamson Ida

a speech prepared for delivery r Francis Lord was high man of three from Wills Hair Fashions, Poyer, Katie Johnson and Chris
to The Associated Press, the night when he tossed gamesof Fran's Hair Designs three over Hatcher. Frances Fltzek
imiucj KIWI let Managing Editors Association, 201 and 222 for a 694. Rudy 5th Avenue Beauty Salon and claimed the Cornish Hen for
J Browne also said the emphasisIs Bomar found the lanes to his Bonlta Springs Library three the low score. Shirley Johnson .

lJ' 6S2 Sob A...n. SouthPK being placed on a switch from liking and rolled games of 199 from Betty's. Eckard's and rolled the only 600 of the
*.. 2-S141 soldier to police methods of- and 213 for a 584. Creenle Dorothy's Fifth Avenue split night s 506. Hazel Abrahamson -
Nuts,, FlorMa fighting. Vietnamese counterpart to the To help fight the Eaton also turned in a 584 with two and two. Janet Reahard scored a 496, Linda
Communist
The change In tactics, Browne teams of the Viet Cong. terrorist, America has launcheda the help of a 220 game. Carl and Alice Jensen both rolled Sauchelll 485, Edna Simpson
said, is designed to develop a Such teams are composed- of crash training program to Armbrust with a 202 finished high games of 179 to take hon- a 203 single game and 4c.r
up to 40 persons, each a propaganda provide a 72,000.member Viet. with s 576 and Glenn Llles ors for the morning. Shirley set, Juanita Snyder 473, Dale
specialist. In the last four namese police force within four without a 200 scored a 553 Glasses threw a 171 game,Mary Sills 471, Ida Poyer 470, Lucille
years, they have worked secret. yeara. series. Monty King hit a 211 Lanza a 175: Joan Lawhon 172, Lord 469,Jo Wickham,
ly among the people to win con This, he said, la a radical single Richard Golden s 212, Frances Fltzek 167 and Edress Zulah Corwin 463 and Helen
verts either by reward or ter chain from the previous policy and Dick Busceml 210 Stahlman 173. Henson 480.Juanlta .
ror.He under which Viet Nam devel. o .
said they are credited oped an armed force
of
nearly The men of Nick's Liquors BROOKSIDE BOWL
Snyder's 465 with a
partly for an increase In VietCong half a million men."Thli .
fighting strength which kind of Classic Thursday night turn- Moon's Masonry led the Twin 177 game was high in the Friday
Browne
army
boosted Its fighters from several said, "il never able to work at ed in 15 200 games and 26 County League after Thursday Morning Republican Wo-
thousand to around 100,000. the grassroots level'; series of 500 or more. There night's play as they took four men's League as the VJ.P's
were also two 600 sets, one points from the Rolling Stones. split 2-2 with the Dark Horses.
by Gene TUlman as he rolled ;Fager Roof Coating won only Margaret Simpson was high tor
NOW TO ROAST TURKEY LIKE A PRO games of 230 and 200 and a one as Brunk-Millertookthree, the Dark Horses and Marge
617 and Carl Armbrust who and Rice's Clippers went downto Schlerf rolled a 133 game for
hit a 226 and a 604. Bill defeat at the hands of the the same team. Polly Williams
r It I; s.t Jones was rolling well and Fire Department -three to one. missed a triplicate by
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turned In games of 204 and Fagers now occupy second spot four pins when she rolled
,uaasrn4 { 221, finishing with a 592. Har- and Rice's Clippers third.Some games of 94-98 and 98 The
1' Carpel) I old Cheffer rolled 202 and 200, nice scores were turned in, Little Elephants took 21/2 and
& y.l Paul Swofford 219GusSeaberg Leon Snyder leading the pack the Vice-Presidents 11/2 as
; y 6g 201, Glen Allen 206. Ev Bald- as he rolled games of 207, Nour Turner starred with a
win 213, Don Elgle 211, Ed 186 and 190 for a big 583. 452 set Hazel Abrahamson
: ir Hundreds of carpet samples attractively i 'Harroun 209, Wimp Johnson Glen Yager, using a 200 game, turned in a 458 for the last
)., i fer 202-208, and Richard Golden scored a 567, and 566's were place Vlce-Presldents. The
displayed for your convenient 211. turned in by Gene Mann who Diplomats took the Senators
hit a 221 game, and Duane Lyon 3-1 as Jo Powell rolled a 159
browsing
The Powder Puff League on who gained this without a 200. game and 440 series while
featuring Friday morning seemed to be DJ, Salmon rolled a 201 game Mae Williams had games of 170
: trying extra hard to make split good for a 564.and HarryClou- and 164 and a 429 series for
JAMES KARASTAN conversions maybe becauseIt ser with a 209 made a 577 the losers, Lynn Myers and
Is BVL week anyway Lll set. Other nice scores rolled Sue Link each converted the
\ CABIN CRAFT WUNDA WEVE 5t x Peters convened the 5-7, the were: Rae Hendrlx 538; Bob 5-8-10 split.

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muscle or in the thickest part of REGISTERNOWREGISTER

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1 especially any dry tll'.... When
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,- f ==== cord of band of Skin at drum.

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I M. it registers that temperature. STATION
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N* lw, FU, Sunday. NoMnbr 22. 1944 7.
Yahks'See '" Mourtogs : GroupTo '1
: UftI Vaue! In "

Meet Nov. 30 2-56.J3 or Mrs. David Pfaff,
secretary of due association,
Viet at 2-3412. Full Information 4AIw.y : .
Big Military Operations t.1. McMurry. president of Midway the association v'yfefut.
regarding
r'I Association THE COlliER COUNTY NEWS
the Property
I i in ir ir iv Moorings and Its plans for die development .h.n m.1,n9 purcha. from .
SAJOON. South Viet Nam raise the moral of their troops announces that on of the Reach ares N,.. dv.rti.r H. ,mt"n!.dIn
(AP) >.r. couple of month and of the population in the Monday November 30, the semiannual which this association owns will knew,nf about your '.>>seers?
the Vietnamese wiria Matt area members' meeting
be
stages a mammoth operation But seldom do the trand-scal of the association win be held given -
Ilk* Brtnhflr I, now In promts military operations result In aa at the Moorings Country Club.
In a Communist baa araMrtkwMtofSalcon. engagement with the enemy 1 oiiowlnc the business meet-
Brvshflr 1 is DO exception lug which starts at 4 *nu a NAPLES
VS. military advisers FLY .
don't A total of 7,000 men bar not cocktail will be given In
> party
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appro Tby lay that results had one exchange of fire with MIAMI
will never be worth the tremen. the Viet Cong The operationhas order that many of dhenewcom-
dous expenditure ot men, money tied up troops and hellcop. ers to the Moorings may get
and planning. But they can't tare all around the Saigon area. -1 acquainted. New
Year Round Daily Schedule
Mop It American officers say xperl Only members of the association
"After all, thus is a Vietnam. sues has shown that the success and their wives are eligible -
see show," one senior UJB. offl. ot military operations in Viet to attend the meeting and Naples To Miami
cer commented. "We can advise! Nam tends to lessen as they Increase cocktail party.Mcaurry 7.45AM I II I ild A.M. 345PM
against this sort or thing, but It in ..11t.Ttchn1callJ. DR Loris MOORE spoke to( about 100 ladies mr<'t:tig at the Island t pointed out tat
they Insist, there" is nothing w* 0.8 authorities Hut Fndamoimng on the toper "Arthritis and Kh" inn.itisni! Tlti. there have been a number of Miami To Naples.
do about
can Vietnamese It.officers say such refusing could veto to a big operation by program) was: &anaiiK operations disrupt Viet lift supply helicopter to made at the meeting went to the Arthritis and RheumatiH Foundationof made It difficult to be absolutely
the
Cong troops, but they seldom md Krwrvatlom U I la the wend
petal
supply lines, fortifications and do. Florida. From left at the speakers table are : MM J. l;. Seaberg certain that all residents say
communications, and that they American military men coun. Dr. Moore; Mrs John Franklin, and Mrs Frank Ott.... (NEWS photo ) of the Moorings have been: notified NAPLES AIRLINES
ter Vietnamese Justification tor regarding the meeting.
the nave received the NapWe" Airport' CenrewrM 1 Miami Airport
big operations with this are MY who not
Bumentt Tb. effect on the local :100 Years AgoGeorgia School AgendaThe notification In the mall can NI 1.lut NB 44111
population Is negative at best. contact McMurry at Midway City Tlrkrt effWe Naplre Travel A|.iKf 4 CF <--. I
Ai1. By next weekend the men from agenda for Monday's 130 I
Brushfir I will have pulled out, p.m. meeting of the School
Mr1pr leaving the region In the hands RansackedBy Board 1s as follows
ot the Viet Cong. Any farmer Minutes.
who aided the government Financial Statement.
d troops would be marked for re. 3 <:or respondence
Get
illation. Sherman's ArmyBY Recognition of schools' a Beauty
"\ One of the main problems) Is representative
that the enemy usually finds out
Receive bids on the lm-
about Of Check.
big operations! well in ad.
,,,. vane. Hardly a villager was K. SAVAGEAs could be twisted Into "Sher- mokalee Elementary Sdlool.6Reoelve a .
... 't left In the Brusntlr area when the people of the United man's hairpins" around trees. / bids for fabrication
? the troop landed States waited In IgnoranceGen. Mills, factories barns any and Installation of sun con-
'''- '' While Bruahflr 1 was having William Tecumseh Sherman's building that could produce any trol screens for Immokale
.;' negative results, email units army 60,000 marched through good-were burned. Homes High School & Naples Junior
t.. scored successes against the Georgia 100 years ago this were ransacked and many of High School.
Viet Cong In two
operations to of deeds with
them Exchange
the north.A week cutting a path of destruction burned. Fruit trees were
:.at ,' handful of daring Vietnam. and despair for the South. chopped down. Soldiers bargedInto Marco Island Development Cor-

TAUGHT TO BEG Many .s leaped from U*. helicoptersnear Only the Georgians who wit private homes, making off poration.
Da nessed the knew with everything they could Receive bids on covered
events carry
really
pups are taught to beg by Nang, killed 17 guerr 1.
their masters, but this little las and captured 21. what was happening for Sher -foods, jewelry,even family walkway at Everglades High
fellow on the streets of Rome Two ranger companies killed man had cut all communication! heirlooms.To School.
makes it pay 35 guerrilla In another group of between his army and the North. a Southern lady who pro. Appointments and resig
Viet Cong. In Washington, President Lincoln tested against the plundering nations Join OurChrlifmoi
paced the floor nervously, Sherman answeredj "War Is 10-Pupil assignment
f REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES hoping somehow to get some war and you can make nothing 11-Approv* request for 111- Club r
word of success: from his se- else of It." ness-tn-llne-of-duty leave .
S Morels Residence eond-most.lmponant general.In Slaves came to Sherman as 12.-.supe rlntendent.' pro-
both North and South, false If he were their Savior and gress report on comprehensive
Rentals Acreage rumors spread that Sherman despite his protestations, they school survey repon.laSuperintendent..' A Small Amount "" t:
was beaten; that his army was followed his armies/ to they recommendations
Co-operative apartments starving! that he had been cap knew not where. on needed Immediate
Reach front property tured. By the 33rd Sherman was In construction and methodof Weekly Can Give
But Sherman and his "bum MUledgevllle, Georgia's capital financing.
PARTICULAR PROPERTY FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE mers" were far from beaten; and he occupied the Gov 14..ADA and ADM for 1963- You All You Need
IPtCIAUZINU IN NAPLES AND SURROUNDING AREAS. In fact, they were In no dan ernor's manslon.hlmself.Someof 64 comps red to first two months
ger. Each day through late his officers occupied the state of1964-6S. I tWe're
November, they marched In fine capitol and In a mock representative Information on 1964 high
11;:','
weather assembly full of school graduates attending col
eastward from Atlanta
paying out now to oil the lucky people who IOtned
(
W p toward the sea, the flowery speeches In Imitation lege.
Roy SmI tearing up
air last' Christmas Club
countryside devastating buildings Southern accents they elected a 16-Report on driver educa year's They'll have all the money (hey need to
REALYQ homes, crops and livestock speaker and voted to repeal tion training by Mr. Predmore. buy 'the presents they wont 'to give. You can have (the tame for
ire eating sumptuously off Georgia's ordinance of seces 11-Teacher salary committee Christmas '65 |uit by saving 01 a member of our Christmas
Southern foodstuffs, sleeping sion. After destroying most progress report by Mr. Club. So bt a smart Santa and gel on the bandwagon now!
peacefully on Southern soil or, of MUJed evllle's important Roney.
k FOiI RENT Y at times, In Southern homes. buildings, the army pushed on. 18-Approve and pay bills

THE BANK OF NAPLES
I Itnrntlot'
DESTRUCTION RESISTANCE too heavily oumumbered to even t
W. ROY SMITH, Realtor The war was one of total Resistance:: was slight. Confederate delay the much Georgia milttla till
destruction. Sherman's men Gen Joe Wheeler,with -mostly young boys and old ,
787 Fifth Avenue South Ml 1.17$ tore up railroads, burned the a cavalry force of 6,000 har- men-also opposed the march Crowing with Neplet. end

ties, heated the rails until they ruled me Federals but was with little effect Southern leaders Collier County tint. ((949
Issued proclamations call _
tog upon the Georgians repel
'"", ''' the Invaders, but they did little
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a ..,.....N Mm yw .......... lass -w room with storage, wither and dryer The fiiMsIof It complete with washer and dr/f 'I; apperciat

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SB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples, FU Sunday, No.."mb.r 22, 1t64I In politics in Texas and Waal) presidents are President& John. ;.. '.. u. S. Electoral
uiKton.He son, who held the office from

Is 93 today, the oldest of Jan. 80, IM1, to Mo*. it, IMS, -
the nation'a five living former when he moved up to the White College To Face
John Nance Garner 95 Years- vice presidents. He has lived House upon the assassination of

longer than any other In UA President John F. Kennedy} Court Test
I Richard M. Nixon High
history He la the only person to who served
successively aa speaker of eight years under President
serve Dwlght D. WASHINGTON (AP) The
Old Today Proud Of Record the House of Representativesand Elsenhower starting
vice president. He spent 46 Jan. 20, UUJ| Harry S. Truman Electoral College, a favorite
years as an elected official and who was vice president only target of reformers, 1 w about to
from Jan. 20. lai! f" face another challenge this
UVALDC Tex. (AP) that's UM reason I brag about he's proud of It. April the'
it
uiib; the Court.At .
same ; ; b"'f;
one via the Supreme!
"I don't think In
Sprawling oak treee bend low to when I get a chance, booms a anyone t
form chamber In Washington will ever beat that President Franklin D. Roosevelt Issuer the practice that hUdev.loped
a quiet green vole from a thin but not frail ,.
made him of
tile soft sunlight around a white body. record," Garner says, puffing chief executive) and over the years rt
I Henry A, Wallace log all of a state' electoral
haired man swing ramrod John Nanc Garner squints on a clear though his doctors who served
straight In a rust-spotted metal beneath shaggy eyebrow and tried to get him to give them up one term under Roosevelt be. 1 votes to the presidential candl.
lawn chair. tells a fronUvard circle' of vlil. several years ago. timing .Jan ZO, 1M1. date who gets most of thestale's
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"I'm proud of my record and tors and friends ales.ut his days The other living former vice Garner wears t black suit, popular vote. And it's
white shirt, dark.blug tie, and a electoral votes, not popular
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battered hat that he occasional. votes, that elect a president.
I ly doffs to women tourists. His .t Under the present system a
eyes are weak and he strain to candidate who barely carries
.ee newcomers when they join New York, for example, gets all
HOUSESUNDAY the daily circle: around him In of the state's 43 electoral votes
OPEN the yard of his home In this more than those a candidate

mall southwest town of 12,000. :.I.O.!:: could get t If he carried the Dls.
But his voice can be loud and trlct of Columbia and 11 small
strong. His answers are quick. THE BEACH CLUB Men's Golf Association will be guided through states by tremendous margins.

There Is a lot of spark left lathe 1965:> by this group. of new officers elected Thursday evening at the Critics say this gives unfair

legislative veteran whom John annual election meeting. From left they are : Fondy Adams 'secretary advantage to minority groups in
1-5 1.. Lewis the big cities of the major swing
of the United Mine
Workers ; Frank Blair, director and outgoing chairman ; Wilf Woodill, states.
called
once
baiting", whiskey drinking"a labor., pok. chairman ; Wally McCune. re-elected treasurer; and O. I. Stevens, One proposed antidote! elec.

1389 Dolphin Road Royal Harbor er.playing evil old man" co-chairman. (NEWS photo) tlon of 435 electors who are

Despite the new importance --- numerically comparable to the

(Just off Naples: Bay) attached to the office of the vice president the office has a new and! a radio In the house and I from President Kennedy, just members of the House of Rep.
president Garner still says lustre. President Elsenhower's keep one or maybe two going two hours before the assasslna.tlon resentatlves -by congressional
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Family Room, Carpeted Living "The speaker of the House Is Illnesses during", his presidencyand most of the time so I can keepup In Dallas.Uvalde districts.
I the most Important man, next to the assassination of Presl. with things.", My eyes wontlet resident see little of New York, for Instance, would
Room Screened Porch Huge Boat Dock Central Air the have chosen all
president In this nation dent Kennedy have focused me read any more." Garner unless they stop by his two electors by
Conditioning Double Garage. because he makes laws and attention on the man who occu. Then Garner tells one of his house, a small frame structure the state' voter, and one from
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law people." each of the 41 congressional districts.
govern pies the No S job In the U.s. favorite stories his departure built a* servants quarters In
He emphasizes his opinion by government. from Washington "I crossedthe 1879. Fifty feet toward the street One presidential candl.
This delightful waterfront home, built by WILLIAMB. flailing the air with his cigar Under Eisenhower Nixon had Potomac for good In 1941 1* the two-story brick mansion date might carry 15 districts

reminiscent of the time he duties never before assumedby when I caught the train to Tex. which Garner buUt for his wife worth 15 votes, while the other
the
house for
STONE INC. is most
$$29,500 we splintered carried 20 districts and the state
gavels during his any of his predecessors as," he said "I said I'd never and then gave to the city after
have seen first week u speaker and John.onL when vice Presl. go back, even though everybodypoohpoohed tier death In 1948. B is.1 operatednow for a total of 28 votes.
I "The vice president is just awaiting dent under Kennedy, was given me, and I haven't. a* a museum In her mem. Republican Richard M. Nixon
", boy waiting Just In case jobs of first magnitude.In I've lived here like I said I ory. would have won the 1960 preal.
COLEMAN/ BOYD something happen to the presl. the recent presidential would. dentlal election if the district
Realtor dent," he says, recalling how It campaign, the Democratic and B was the end of a career that system had been In effect. He

Associates : Richard Erickson, Jack Ilothfuu, was In his time*. He served two Republican choices for vice began when he was born in a carried more states and more
terms as vice president under president came In for great log cabin In Red River CountyIn congressional districts than the
Uselma Smith, William Stone and Richard Teach Roosevelt then returned to Tex. public attention 1 1868, three year after Presl. Sailing Club late John F. Kennedy. But Ken.
as because they did not agreeon But Garner cherishes his. day dent Lincoln was shot. His for. nedy won most of the big states
a third term and on StU mal ended at 14 but and got all of their electoralvoted. r
schooling The
60 Tenth Street No. (Stone Bldg.) MI 2.5855 prime Court appointment when a* speaker he switched He has from said speakerto that he later studied law and was Takes To .

But since his day as vice vice president, at the 1932 admitted to the Texas bar in Had district electors been the
inauguration. It "was the only 1890. Garner's political life be. Water TodayThe rule last Nov. 3, President John
demotion I ever had." Ian with his election as a coun. son still would have gained a
ty judge In Uvalde, while Gro. majority of the S38 electors -
He once called the vice presl.
Club will
vet Cleveland was president. Naples Sailing but nothing", like the 488 he got.
dency "a spare tire on the auto
depart from the Tahitian Cove Various electoral reforms
mobile of government." Garner served two terms in
dock at crayton Cove at Ii30: have been suggested In Con.
"However you need a vice the Texas Legislature\ and then
president" Garner tells vlst.tor was elected to Congress In 1902. \p.m. today Nov. 22, for ren- tress and most died In Infancy.But .

*. "You need him to presideover He served in the House of Rep. dezvous and sailing demonstration opponents of the winner.
the Senate, you have to resentatlve for 30 years, and it was announced! yester- take.all system think a new
was elected speaker In 1931.The Commodore Jack Mess- door has been opened bythe
brookside have someone In case some day by
Court's last
Supreme ruling
following he sought the
villageGOES tying happens to the president. year mer. February that House> districts
A visitor asked Garner If he Democratic nomination for
Interested are Invited must be equally populated.
had beard of the Senate approv. president, but released his dele persons
the dock Pushing\& for the district sys.
ing a proposed constitutional gates to Roosevelt and acceptedthe to be present at
1:30 for free rides If tern 1* the electoral reform
amendment that would let the vice-presidential nomlna. at : p.m.
president fill a vacancy In the tlon.Would space Is available Messmer committee of the American

WEST TO vice presidency, subject to con. he like to live to be Good Government Society.
Its member are former
flrmatlon by a majority of both lOOt said.The Among
house of Congress. The m.... "That's all right with me. I club will offer sailing Sen. William F. Knowland R.
ure has not been acted upon by teal like it," he said, with a puff Instructions under George Calif., and William Blakley D-
the House. of cigar smoke. Lake chairman of the train- Tex., Republ leant National

THEWATER'S I heard about It!," Gar Last year Garner got a "hap. Ing committee. In the near future Chairman Dean Burcb and
sail d.1 birthday" telephone call former:> Secretary of Commerce
net "I have two TV sets py Messmer added
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pU f\t\ Sunday, NavwnWr. 22. IfM 9*
O O OO O Recreation

;: :; CalendarSUNDAY

'lI 1jvcPfc5 .. U.S. Pilot Escapes

"j ItOO p.m..Tennis draw doubles I

tournament, sponsored by
Litcs
Ja"; Recreation:. Tennis Department Club Cambter and Naples From Red Laotian Prison

Park.

By NAY LULEJIAN IAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) A meet Said the Nary report IDsummary
MONDAY Navy> jet pilot held captive almost :
ItOO pjiu-Senlor CtitMii three month by Laotian "The Navy conclude that
meeting Woman's Club. Reds says he escaped with three during his Imprisonment, while
Homecoming activities barely of high\ school students were seen 2100 pjn.-Senior ClttMM. Laotian prisoners by breaking very. W, under the Influence of
had a chance to become a thing In possession of such prizes they shuffleboard Cambler Park. out of a bwbeoVwlre stockade. drugs, and after a prolonged
of the past before students ptung. had WOIIIIC.Uuloldteetbaqu1rt. 4tOO p.m.-Cbildren. beginner U Cmdr. Charles Kluemann, period of physical and mental
ed full speed ahead into the Fall tog cigars bubble pipe, ....... !tennis class CamMer 30, says) he was In solitary con stress, U. Klusmann had signed
Festival, held at the school plastic rings, puffing clgaruios, .. Park. flnement nearly two month and a document, but that no mill
Saturday 9tCARATVAL( 21st) from miniature skeletons, and Jointed 7t30 pjn."Writers FC lWI1- after his escape spent three tary information had been dl.,
four to et pjn. The days In lMch4nfested junglesbefore vulged, that no Intentional viola.lion .
rubber snakes.
wiggling
Community Center... buUdtag.
Student Council-sponsored event I i reaching: friendly foreea. of the Code of Conduct had
BOOTHS was a source of amusement for 1 From the outset, he says, he occurred."
Twenty-seven booths com many. Half the profits from TUESDAY was determined to escape or die The report said Klusmann
prised the Carnival, and there each booth went to the Student 9taO a.ni.--UJlee tam is trying. "has' teen directed for security
was every type of game from a Council, and this money will help class Gambler Park. The Communists said tamann s- reasons not to discuss this phase
penny toss by the Seniors to defray remaining costs of Home. 1100 p.m.--SenMr! Clttaens signed a statement favor of his Imprisonment In anymore
"squirt the candle" by O.A.A. coming and perhaps some of the bowling BrocksWa' Bowl. able to their cause but "the, Navy detail"
Quite a few children enjoyed the profits ,will help finance a Stu. WINNER of the TV set awarded Carnival. Some delighted In dent Council Handbook. held Thursday at the! Tahitian ('\\I\t' auditorium was T U. Barker (d.) board meeting Community "entirely satisfactory." It says continued)
having their faces painted In the the envy of about 300 women attendance.\ .... At left 11II. G. Hayes, Center building.\ the document he signed for the '1 became" bound and deter.
Para Med makeup booth, and "WATCH THE BIRDIE"Thuflday division sales manager of the Florida Power and Light Co.. and rightis Communists staled only that he mined, Klusmann said, ''that
many mothers took their had ben adequately fed and they weren't going to hold me
children <
was picture day a. Tad Fraser local of the FP&L Co. The Wednesday. TV WEDNESDAY
to see the cartoons shown manager eared (for and requested his re- any more. Somehow I was el.
by
gain while clubs, organizations winner Mrs. Victoria Kolle. The TV sets were awarded by the ItOO --Senlor Citizens
O.A.A. There was a "white ale.Pliant" was p.m. lean they going to get out or I was
sale and a turkey raffle for and officers yearbook posed at their how.best three sponsors FP&L, Sunshine Food"' .y, and Collier County News shuffleboard Gambler Park. A Distinguished' Flying'' Cross going to die trying."

by the Juniors. ever, Science Club snapshots was not; so with Ingram Hardware and Bigley's providing the sets at cost. 4jOO. p.m..-Junlor Girl Scout was given his wife, Sara, 30, In Around the first of August he
FUN AND GAMES sure that their best was captured (NEWS photo) Troop Community Center Ma stead law l June. was moved to a camp surround
ed 1 by a double barbed.wire en.
bulkllng.4QO The story of Kluamann'a flight
as the members let
out an "Oh
Among the fun and ,
games werea closure. Some of the Laotian
Athletic from the l'alh t Lao Prison had
no| after the p.m.60y.
fish bowl (Science Club), nail At any rate, picture our NHS was student taken. In the West African country of Club Community Center not\ been made public until the prisoners In the camp approached
pounding (Interact Club), a car Africa's Armies to
Fledgling him with a plan
30
mash (Pep Squad), a basketball body is quit a handsomeJook. Gabon, s French paratroop. task building. Friday.Navy released a page report escape and, discarding his own
force reinstated in Presl.
log power
crew. tennis
hoot (Cheerleaders) and a dart dent Leon Mba after a brief mil. WO pjn.Adult Since his .return. Musmaw plan to try It alone, he Joined
game with caricatures Castro, claw Gambler Park.THURSDAY has been promoted and returned them.

(Mao Beta, and Club Brezhnev)) One asthetargeta of the most About BASKETBALL 20 boys PRACTICE attended the Now Flexing Their MusclesTUNIS. fury In Dahomey revolt. a military junta to active duty at nearby Mlra. "A Laotian whom I didn'tknow
mar Naval Air Station. He was
attractions first basketball practice. of the took over but subsequently was going to accompany
College popular Club's booth.by far U'oo was season Monday night under' the Tunisia\ (cAP) AlrI.ca' fear of conflict with neighborsare turned the power over to civil 4jOO, p.m.--Chlldren, inter- a lieutenant when he was shot" us reached/ : down and pulled
hit the suspended pie plate with coaching of Mr. Thomas and fledgling armies are flexing the main motives behind the lana. mediate-advanced tennis class down over Laos June 6. loose and Strands of wire that
a whiffle ball, Elliot Smollan and Coach HowelU The boys are get. their muscles: rapidly becoming creation of armies by the Strug There were attempted aseas.slnatlons Gambler Park. The Navy's storytKlifsmann we had previously weakened.
Rusty EUerdlnk on the roof ting into shape by doing ten a major force in the continent's Clint African nations. But with and revolts by the mill. ItOO p.m.-Jaybees meeting- was piloting an He went out and I was right be.
dumped a bucket of cold wateron consecutive wind sprints follow nations the armies usually (comes the tar r in Tunisia, Nigeria and Li. Community Center bulWtiig. unarmed photo reconnaissance hind him,"" he said
one of these school personal ed cs by three quarters of a mile African governments are be. threat of military coup. berla. plane (over the Platte Dee Kluamann said he and his
sties: Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Lowe running. So, Randy Harris, who coming more aware of depend. Over the past four years, a Many governments decided:!( to FRIDAY Jarres when he was tilt by companion followed animal
Mrs. Berry, Mr. Thomas says that's tiring? ace on the military and the doten military putsches shook collaborate closely with their !9j30 a.m.-Ladles tennis heavy ground fire near Khang t trail*. MWe began running Into
or
Tim Elade. Another threat created by their growing the continent. Some were sue. military as the best possible class Cambler Park. Play and had to elect. leeches In great quantities," he
favorite HIGH SPIRITS power. cessful and some were quashed formula of survival. Such are. He fell through a tree para'said. "They were not very. big,
attraction which undoubtedly Naples Senior High has an In. Today Independent Africa with the help of the former colo.nlurs. the cases of Algeria, whose ItOO. p.m.--Senior CltUens chuting to earth and twisted his anywhere from half an Inch( to
moted many friendships was the valuable something called school with a per capita Income of $122 President Ahmed Den Bella bowling BrooksUe [Howl. right hip and! foul and scratched three Inches In length, but we
Sophomore Class jallhouse. One spirit, and this pricelessposwesslan : yearly supports some 400,000 The most dramatic la the case leans heavily on Defense Minis.ter 730, p.m.--Teen Club his arm. Musinann\ tried to ... had to stop every two or three
could pay for and sign a war. is lodged in the hearts and armed men grouped in 35 ar. of Togo, whose president, Syl. Houarl Boumedlenne and WNOG Record !Hop Commune, cape through. the jungle" but was hours to get them off. They
rant for
the
who arrest locked of a friend, minds of students and teachers mi... South Africa, with its van us Olympic, was assassinated the army; and Morocco, where ity Center building. captured by Communist! troops. bothered me mostly on my an.
the was promptly up In alike. Certainly, school spiritIs white government and army, is In 1 1903 by disgruntled King Haaaan H recently appointed e e e lie was taken to a mud hut U..."
Swamp didn't Buggy Jail. If the at an all-time high for Na not Included In the statistics. soldiers demanding an Increaseof two generals to his Cab. New time schedule for com- with a thatched roof and held Three days after the escape
wish
prisoner to serve pies Senior Hint.What Is perhaps Total! estimated military bud. the tiny nation's token armed In.t. center there In solitary confinement 54 they sighted a fortified hill held
his jail sentence, he could gainhis more remarkable la the fact get of the Independent African force Almost everywhere In Africa, munity i Thursday9to12,1to5,30and7,20to-* daya. He trillto! bet out but by friendly fore... Word was
freedom by paying a fine. that though the chips are down, nations, without South Africa, is In East Africa, British commandos young officers are clamoring fur Monday through ouuld Dut."AtI.r. sent out for an airplane.
the rest of the school In there close: to $800 million and airborne troops buildup of troops, for action. this first attempt to "The. plane had landed,"
FOOD AND PRIZES giving an even louder rah-rah. There are an estimated 1,300 quelled revolts by the fledgling Frontier disputes between" African 930.| escape. I found that, well, I was lC1us mann aald, "and a .fellow
Future Homemakers of The 1 1964.68 football team is having war planes In Africa, many armies of Kenya, Uganda and nations have sparked brief Fridays--0 to 12,1 1 to 6,30 pretty dnpreeeed," Klusmann came running down the hill, an
America sold refreshments at what seems to be a rather manned by foreign pilots in the Tanganyika The governmentswere wars In which some young Afrl. and 7iW, ( to 10.'arurday.l0. said American, calling my name. B
their "country store", and Stu. luckless season Much credit service of African governments.The kept| t In power but the can armies tested their mus. to 12,1 to 6130 It was at this time apparently was alert the. greatest sound 1
dent Council sold hot dogs. Lots for our 'chooll1vtUn.s. goes to quest for prestige and problem remained. cles. and 790, to 10. that klulm Inn signed the docu pye ever heard In my life"
Byron Tomllnson, who Is, as so
many have said, the best Pep
1 Rally emcee NIB has ever had.
1 As Pep Squad president, Byron
has done a fine Job. Our hardworking ,
Cheerleaders (Captain
Peggy Hood, Chert Blanchette,
Barbara Tate, Susie Wood, and
I Julie,, Checkering) are Just as
energetic as they can be. The
Inventiveness In the pep ralliesis
another factor. On several B7/lerBi r
occasions the Cheerleaders have 0
presented amusing skitsandSklt r..
Night, as part of Homecoming,
was the cllmai. It la good to
know that staging of these skits
HOLLAND will continue Into basketball ....
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, SALLEYINC son. Perhaps the single, most In Naples.
colorful symbol of the spirit .
that pervades NIB la our mascot .
"Evil Eye Fleagle. This
9aetott( ( awesome dispenser of the slmgle e

ISO 5th AVE S and double>whammy Is the brain THK MOST
NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture child of teachers Robert Mort.
land and Clinton Smith. Its
magnificent paper medic exter.
lor la the handiwork students
in Mr. Smith's Shop classes, and
"Evil Eye" comes to life at QUALITYCONTROF. 9 ? ;h
Rugs, all home games thanks to Rusty

Gifts, Accessoriesand Elferdtnk.

Objets d'art CAMPUS CHARACTERSWhen
f
J. B. was being ribbedby '
not to be foundelsewhere. the folios for wearing his gal's ALTo

ring on his pinky, an observant u
teacher quipped! : "Well. It's bet.
e e ter than having It through his
nose I"What .iiMiti' utmost, qualm control. in ruination. of.

Visit tarnished Medal ravishing brunette whose our. iu to honii i 'N 11'fu'd'Il' \',' .ilL'. i >K jpprovciKMLTI :
ear initials are J. S. has discovered
apartments at Call Tew.ere array hair among her raven ,mil pi.,III',, Ml.ill J.lllDM( Mil nnpi'"< lit. 01.110- ".,
Carriage Club, sad LaTest locks? Could It be the resultof
tUvege.MEMBER. profound thinking. and hard tain radiocontrolledchiclrt.. operate.. their (own on- ; 1i<

study Ing 777 Mruction' iriwv k<.vp huh rigid! itquinnu" ''' 'for
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'''COlLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.plt.' Hi.. Sun4 y, Nromhw II. .ItM ettt local eoMsawattee by plea producer, was being sent to the
'Great Society' Includes Plan Ing the lend on local tax roll., ranch In response to an offhand .
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=;;- something that wouldn't happen Johnson comment, during a
Zoning Agenda If they were made part of the campaign visit to Dec home,
1W. conservation program. that one thing his ranch could
IDa \ The Naples toning end PUoning Beside his meeting with use was a Yorkshire boar.
"" NTA1 Board meet Tueedav,New To Desalt Roads Freeman, Jetaeon's Mg an. Oov. Harold E. Hughe
94. M 9 a.m. to consider the WaterBeautify nonoed.... advance appoint caught the suggestion and set In
following agenda ment today was with an Iowa. motion the wheels that were to
I.. bred Yorkshire boar named Mr. culminate in the backyard
I. Application WUllams, dNa From Green Ullle JOHWON' CITY, Tex. (A?) of the "Great 'ociet," proposal I. Johnson told him to seek al6.millioi Inventory of the 24 million acres High LQ. This animal, a bacon. presentation.
Top President Johnson has made Johnson will swbmH to Con. $ supplemental appropriation owned by the Defense Depart.
\ Restaurant for city lloewe1 final decisions on two more 1965 grog next year, were revealed In January for research ment to determine which prop.' -
(beverage). 116 IMi Street, programs' : to try to beautify Friday by Secretary of the In. on desalting and purify. ertles, If eventually declared
) North Type Beer & Wine American highways and, by terlor Stewart L. Udell after a leg sea and brackish waters, surplus, should be made a partof
Pkg. Sale & C.O.P. (2-<=OP) I960, to radically Improve day-long visit at the LBJ Ranch with the aim of bringing costs a national conservation pro.
Zone "K-a" Light Industrial methods of purlfylnf salt wa. IS miles west of here. down to 2S or 35 cents per 1,000 gram as federal seashores, )1
rot TFCTIONi'I district.2Correspondence.. ter. Udall, who flew back to Wash. gallons by the end of the PresU recreation areas, national parks
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These ambitious plans, a partPLANT Ington Friday night, was sue. dent's four-year term In 1969. or wildlife refuges.
ceeded In the parade of Cabinet The current annual appropriation Udall noted that Just this
visitors by Secretary of Agrlcul. Is $12 million, and the week McNamara had announced
ture Orville L. Freemen present cost through sxperlmon. plans to shut down
The interior chief, despite a tal desalting plants Is $1 per bases Involving 375,000 acres. 10 Years' Building Experience in Naples
aniffly nose, seemed pleased 1,000 gallons. He said this land Is part of "the
with his nest visit to the chief Z. The administration will national estate" and should not
executive's 400-acre ranch. recommend as part of its be auctioned off to private Inter. Residential Alterations
BULBS ( NOW Asked by newsmen if he expect "Great Society" program a eats without thought to potential
ed to remain in the Cabinet, he plan to beautify and landscape national use. Commercial Remodeling
responded: "Yes, I do And aft. more than 40,000 miles of fed. He said he knew from person
er my visit today I'U stay with a coal subsidized Interstate high al experience that some of the
real sense of excitement." ways. Without disclosing details bases to be closed could be con.
After his ranch stay Udall Udall predicted this will served ss parks, seashores and Jtlp 4
We have selection. Planted
complete
a now, unveiled at White House press be "very exciting." wildlife sanctuaries.McNamara .
bulbs will bloom shortly. They're headquarters In Austin, 65 miles 3. Johnson has ordered Udall has argued that
your easy from the ranch, a series of what and Secretary of.Defense Robert the closing of the bases will ben. Ml 2-2096 478. 6th St.. S.
to and yield lovely blooms with minimum he termed "hard news" Items: 8. McNamara to make an
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ALL NO. 1 QUALITYeBULBS Tips OnBoating Naples rl TO MOVE INTO -

Flotilla
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Glads meet this country' need for close coastwise navigation
for nautical charts, the United Inside outlying reefs and shoals,
States Coast Survey was entering bays and harbors of
White Callas + organized In 1807, during the considerable size, and navlga. ,,1 I
r. Y administration of President ting the larger Inland waterways.
Thomas Jefferson. The nautical GENERAL CHARTS are for use 4d
charts published by the Coast when a vessel's course Is well I
Hurricane Lily Narcissus Amaryllis fc Geodetic Survey of the United offshore but where her position II IJ I
States and its possessions can be flxed by landmarks,lights, J
Glory Lilies Cannas together with related publl. buoys and characteristic .n..ifEi !
Red Spider Lily cations, furnish information soundings to yO
necessary for safe navigation. SAILING CHARTS are used
The charts show bottom depths for offshore sailing between
We have Bone Meal or Bed Mix to assure success with and characteristics, dangers, distant coastal ports and for plot
channels, land marks, aids to ting the navigator's position out e
your bulb growing! navigation, fish trap limits, an. of sight of land and u he approaches -
chorage, restricted, prohibited the coast from the open
If you like fresh onions try a few onion sets at the edgeof cable and pipe line areas, ocean.
wharves, cities, etc INTERCOASTAL WATERWAY
your garden. Nautical chart scales vary in CHARTS are a special series of
accordance with the Importanceof charts embracing the inside
the area, purpose for which the route In New Jersey, the route
chart Is designed, and the necessity from Norfolk, Virginia to Key This beautifully landscaped home is located in Aqualane. The house
/ Spot for showing clearly all the West, Florida on the Atlantic comprises two large bedrooms 2 .baths and den.
V a tpies and cn dangers that area. Coast and from Carrabelle, a paneled A large
HARBOR CHARTS are Intended Florida to Port of Brownsville. screened porch and patio overlooks the bright wide canal. A boat slipIs
A 1 for navigation and anchorage In Texas on the Gulf Coast. part of the property which has a real fine concrete sea wall. This
467 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2840 Mariners are urged to obtain
harbors and smaller waterways.
COAST CHARTS are Intendedou'LL and use the largest scaled chart home is centrally heated and air-conditioned. The lawn is kept extremely
available In the area to be na. well with a fine sprinkler system and the landscaping includes

vigated.SUAll. ..CRAFT CHARTS are many Palms and Fruit trees. Priced right at only $27,750 which includes

designed for easy reference In the Furniture.
plotting In close quarters and
emphasize the Information of

StLnd 9t 9n of special smaller Interest craft to such the operators as large '

scale Insets of small-boat D.C.JONES
harbors, blue tint out to the (I REALTOR 8
aliufoot curve, tides, currents,
whistle signals,weather,detailed
Information about marinas, an.
: ate chorages, magnetic courses and 351 Fifth Ave So. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 2-3352
cm.oorin9'ij7" distance between points of In. Irene Roland Frank B. Purdue Harry L. Miller Edward M. Anderson
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Eft W., November 22, 1964
that a&teIIdIDce .hie mote them COUNTY NEWS N.plw Sunday MB
tj doubled tile ..... few...
Recreation
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< I am Ill ctpettRc a new record r Volunteers and other respiratory. diseases
i number of people to the "<<*raw Busy "Christmas Seels have as biga
Department f f\?\ ." tennis tournament this job to do as ever in the past,"
Sunday and ecredittor: 'Stuffing' For Chairman Watkins said "A
this gee to Jane and Art ReeU.Jane reeerrh team reported to the
as you may know Is c.... V 8. Surgeon General that
We are really happy to see rently the president of the Naples TB Seal Sale new' ases of TB have not been
tM large number of boys and i the
Tennis Club whotsco-spoMortac decreasing al hoped.for rate
Ctrl coming out on Saturday to the tournament with our department. w RC, iluntears are busily muffing for several year "
use the Recreation Department' Sunday afternoon is envelopes at the Collier County "Medhai expert tell us that
new facilities The Youth Activity always the meeting day of the : I w\ r Health Department for the annual TB can eventually be eradi ted
Room Is last becoming the placeto tennis group end Jane tells me t' mailing of TB Christmas Seal and RD ran be reasonably ,'on.
to for the youth of Naples. an all-out effort will made to to equity resident trolled," Watkins added "In
The most popular piece of equip increase the membership Toe : v a :+ Una! chairman for the 1964 this work we hope Collier r'o nib
ment we have Is our pool table. dues to all will be ft a person drive Is H. B WeUln, Jr He will continue to play Its par' arK'
There Is always a line of boys for the calendar year beginning __ has appointed the following committee we are confident that the p.,'file
waiting their turn to play the January 1, U6S. i chairmen Mr. Paul at the community who have Supported -
winner of the previous game i- COt'. Evergledee; Mr.Robert us in the put will .1"I no
The two ping.pong table are also --- Grime, Marco Mr, Tony
with
Each week a few more articles ; that they are us mi rr than
kept busy, and checkers skittle are added to our collection boll CHRISTMAS IS COMING say these volunteerswho Dickinson all of the Naples Business and Profes- Simpson, Immokalee; and Mrs ever this year "
and table cricket .
have
their popularity with the younger proven marked "lost and found". Quit are bUll addressing envelopes for the an- aional Women's Club, Robert and David Rosier, Fred Hamlin, Henry NaplesMrs Hoffman Is chair
groups. For thoae that like music often we have expensive Item nual mailing nf Christmas TB seals. They are, Mrs Roster's two sons ; standing, Mrs. Thelma man of volunteers and Mrs Fred RENEW YOURORIYtR'S
we now have a "Juke hot' in found and we and are turned clad In to at get our the office lost seated from left Gaynelle Childress and Patti Coid secretary of the TO Association, and Mrs. Ham Un In charge of publicity LICENSE/ f1'l'1
the youth room. Mr. Ahern article back to the owner. How. Loach of the Para Med Club of Naples Senior Katharine Cochran also of the Business and Pro- Proceeds from the ChristmasSeal ,
(Sarge) Is on duty in the office ever, we have an assortment High School, Mrs. Margaret Hosier: Mrs. F. D fWional'omt'n's: Chib (NEWS photo) Campaign are used to carryon DURING TOUR ot "
evenings/ and Saturday and he the fight against tuberculosis BIRTH MONTH .
on hand now of the following Schreck, Mrs. Gertrude \\ichern: Mrs. Harry
will welcome anyone wanting to aw.ater. hair brush, shoe,
check out
equipment for
outside
etc. If
purses, tennis racquet
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pia)
you have lost something recently
check with us as we may have It.
Our Teen Club now has a
membership of 225 and appllca. 1 am sure you would findIt
dons are still In great demand. very Interesting to see the
The Jr Recreation Board meets constant flow visitors we are
each Tuesday at 4 p.m. In the having and hear their compllmen. Rutenberg Homes i NovemberMr
Community Center and they are build.
toy remarks on our new
,
In the midst of big plans for tog Some tell us It 1* Arthur Rutenberg I',
the coming Holiday Season. Con. their first time to Naples, while President 1 ( ,
gratulatlons to our Jr. Board others are returning to enjoy
Chairman Joy Hodges on being the Naples sunshine. We know, Dear Mr. Rutenberg:
chosen Home Coming Queen at too, that a good portion of the
the Senior High School this past visitors are residents of Naples.We When I retired from practice in Short
week do have one regular visitor
and that Is John Cowles, chair Hills New Jersey my attitude was I'm
Now that we are all settledin man of the Recreation Board.
retiring from business not from life. Both
our new headquarters we are We are always glad to see John
looking forward to planned hobby and his help Is always welcome. my wife and I therefore wanted a, home that
for both adult and Recreation Board
program Speaking of the
youth. Some of the roost success the next meeting will be heldat would be easy to keep up and suitable for
ful hobby programs offered by re. the Plccadlly Pub restaurant entertaining.
creation departments are at noon, Monday November 30th,
Instructed by volunteer workers. so If you have any suggestionsyou
I believe there must be many would like to have aired We knew the Rainier was the,I home for us .
people In our community who bring them to me.
have hobbles and would like to the moment we saw it. After a year, we are A RUTENBERG HOME
share their Interest with others.If Matt THAN \MALI OP
you would like to volunteerto FLORIDA TOIHISTS will. as pleased with our home now as we were when
RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I IG
aid us In this program please wo first moved in. In this year we've made
call Midway 2.3650 or come to
the Recreation Department and quite a few friends and have entertained
FOR THOSE WHO RETIRE
we will be glad to see you. GREET considerably. My wife finds it easy to do both

This beautiful Naples weatherIs in our Rutenberg home. It has fulfilled our
drawing the people to our Low. The home is
pictured image of retirement.
dermllk Park Beach for swim.
mint, sun bathing shelling and spacious and cheerful and has been designed FROM BUSINESS
picnicking Our lifeguard reports ,
perfectly for Florida living.



I', Aj C.: Wi" Kcallor I was particularly impressed with being NOT FROM LIFE !

j : tnnette ", allowed to personalize the home to suit our

I PresentsIn needs. We did this by making a 'number of

changes. Changes such as enlarging the family

Ridge Lakes room, adding a fireplace etc. I will say

Ar coming from Short Hills the Rutenberg Homos

are the type of home we're used to ,
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The kitchen and laundry are completely

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This beautiful home I I. located at ISO Seventh Ave J Y ,the kitchen, and the patio The" family are owner
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guest house The home has two Urge bedrooms and :
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Unit 5, Naples Part, .,100: Col. George L. Ford, et al, to Ray-AnnabeUe C. Fount, Columbus, UB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples Sunday
Top Deal, Alico-Turner $224,000County Uer County to Richard Johnson mood and Elaine LoDua,itlaleeh.Ohio, parcel in Sec 35, Twp S3,,
and I. L. Johnson Jrs.Immoka. parcel In Sec M, Twp R, R*eRg 33, $1,200. Everyone Reads The NEWS It Pays Te Advertise I
I lee, Lots 6 through 9, Blk 49, 31, $ ,000.TIle .
; A Solid $656,050 New narket Sub'd., $10,200 Cole Webb Properties, be., to :
Realty Iter Dev. Corp., to Norbert and Jeeee W. and Mary O.Cilia,Tra.
Mta Reerdon, Greet HUle N.Y., via Are, Cal., pared in Sec 7, I
Lot 18, BUt F, Pine Ridge 1 Ext., Twp 81, m* 34, $1,100; Fla.Sun. I 4
County real estate transactions erlne Hurd to Charles L. and Foxboro, Ma**., Lot :36, Blk M, $'.aoo Sorrento Gardens, Inc., nine Asreageinc.toVlyssee0. :
In the processing period ending Lucille 0 Howison Naples, Lot Unit a, Conner Vanderbilt Bch. to WllUam( C. and Margaret L. and Velma M. Kaneloe, Chicago, ,1.Wilson Dyches Relllfor !ltSlI1 fs
November & reached $656,. 10, Bit 14, Unit 8, Aoualane Eat., $3,300(; Lawrence A. Welchto Carter, CaionevUle, Md., Lot 4, parcel in Sec 20 Twp 51, Ree I i
060, bringing the total for the Shores, $10,500t Elwood K.flood Donald Lee Arnold, Naples, Blk D Unit 2, Sorrento Gardens, 34, $1,3001; Miami Investment : 1141 Third Street, South Napley FIaWe ;
I month so tar to $2,158,917. son to William F, and Mary E Lot 1, Blk E,Gulf Acres: ,$24,700. $1,500. Co., to Darrell and Myrtle M. O' :
The top deal of the period was Keller, 8r, Chicago, Lot 93, Gulf Harbor Corp., to Milton Cornell, Lima, Ohio, parcel tn
by the Allco Land DevelopmentCo. Galleon Drive, Port Royal, R and Ethel Chapman Eustts COUNTY Sec 29, Twp 51, Rn 34. $2,800. I
., to the J. C. Turner Lum. $10,000;; William B. Stone, Inc., Fla., Lots 140 and 141, Gull Har. Murray Druce to Mike DISalvo, Collier Co., to JT c: Turner : IDEAL LOCATION AT REDUCED PRICE
ber CO., Irvtncton, N.Y., for to Arthur J. and Sharon Kelly, bor, $1,500; Forest Whltfleld to Youngstown, Ohio, parcel In Sec Lumber Co,Perry,FIa.Sectons 4
i, Sections 24, 38 and 36, Town. Naples, Lot 14, Blk I, Lake For. West Coast Fertiliser Co Tam. 22, Twp 48, Rge 26, ",000; Sew. 19, 29 and 31, Twp 52, Rge 29, :
ship 52, Range 36, the trans. eat, 43,300. pa, Lots 37 and 28 BIk 2, Hull ard Corp., to Frank and Miry $25,000; J. c Turner Lumber :
action valued at $224,000. Heights, $6,500;; C. Richard Red. Darctyk, Volant Pa., parcel In Co., to Barron Collier, Jr.et, 4
i Other sales of $1,000 or over MOORINGS mon to Loach, Inc., Naples, Lots Sec 12,Twp 49,Rge 2S,$8,000%;Se. Naples Sections 22, 28 and 34, I ; -
with value taken from tax stamps Moorings Dev. Co., to Frank 460 and 461, Isles of Capri $8.. ward Corp., to Raymond A. Voll. Twp 52, Rge 29, $35,400; Ronald : ** ,. -
on recorded deeds included the R and Hazel F. Ehman, Bonl 000; 13 Dev Corp., to Luther H titer, Pittsburgh Pa., parcel In S. Roberts, et al, to Donald R. I _
following: ta Springs, Lot 12, BIk H, Unit and Leah Lowe, Clewlnton, Lot Sec 12, Twp 49, Rge 25, $8,000;; and Sandra F. Deuyour Hialeah, :
O L. White to Addison Band 1, The Moorings, $5,500;; Moor. 30, Unit 2, Lake Kelly $1,600Trail ; Harold Helraback to Charles R. parcel In Sec 14, Twp 52, Rge .
Mary J. Miller, Naples,Lots togs Dev. Co., to Waco Invest. Developers, Inc.,to John H.Rollins and Laura Bridges, Jr., New 30, $2,800;; Collier Land Invest. : .. I. ,w
13 through 18, BIk 18, Tier 3, ment Co., Columbus, Ohio, Lot E. Dlxfield, Me., Lots 1 York N.Y., parcel in Sec IS, ment Corp., t o Leon a Scheldt, .
Naples, $44,000;; Katherine R. 1, BIk 14, Unit 5, The Moorings, and 2, and part Lot 3. BIk 3, Twp 49> Rge 21, $1,200; Henry Farmlngdale N.J., parcel in Sec : .
Smith t o Stoughton J. and KateL $13,400; Big Cypress Golf and Naples Manor Ext., $1,500. Gilbert, et al, to Joanne Properties 7, Twp 52, Rge 31, $1,300;; Trope I ,
Richmond, Naples, Lots 4 andS Country Club Inc., to Lester William A. Mlggants to Russell Inc., Miami, parcel in Ic Sun Estates, Inc., to Elizabeth !
Blk 21, Tier 4, Naples, $4,. Whltaker and Charles Nicholas and Betty Schuehler, Cincinnati, Sec 30, Twp SO, Rge 31, $1,000; A. Brown, Bellwood, HI., par. ; Well secluded lot nicely landscapedLest
300; Edward C. Pankratz to Magdalene Naples, Lot 18, Bib 2, Big Cy. Ohio, Lots 33 and 34, BIk 57, Zlta Sodden to Ernest and Irm eel in Sec 35, Twp 52, Rp 32, I
A. Conboy, Naples, part press Golf and Country Club Estates gird Schneider Centerreach, $2,900; Abraham B. Kazdan, et : than 1 K blocks to beach
Lots 13, 14, and IS, BIk 24, $3,000%; Albert Levine to N.Y., parcel In Sec 31, Twp SO, al, to David Sokuvltz, N. Miami I
Tier 1, Naples, $2,900; Kath. Henry W. and Delores J. Kreh. State Rge 32, $2,000.Dorothea Beach, parcel in Sec 27, Twp 52, : Located on one of Naples' most attractive avenues
ling Naples Lot 10, Blk I,Coco. Beverage M. Minster to Dale Rge 33,$1,200; Emma Braeman to :
YOLK nut Grove, $12,000;; ConnerVan.derbllt Brandenburg, Dayton Ohio, Rhoda Mallory, Auburn, N. Y., 2 Blocks to Beach Club Golf Course
Beach Est. Inc., to Ray. Take Up 6.79% parcel In Sec 23, Twp SO,Rge 32, parcel in Sec 27, Twp 52,Ret 34, 4

PHARMACISTSPEAKS mond J. and Frances 0. Gault, $1,800; Fla. Land of Sun, Inc., $1,000. 4 Priced to sell. $22,000 . Call us todayJ.
to Edward J. and Genevieve Ford, Allco Land Dev. Co., to J. C. I
Over Last Year Morton Grove 111., parcel In Sec Turner Lumber Co., Irvington, I IN.
13, Twp 50, Rge 33, $2,600;; Jib .Y., Sec 1, Twp S3, Rge 28, 4
v BY MSByl Revenue collections by the Corp., to Philip N. Keyes, et al, $61,000;; James E. Clary to A. : W. DYCHES REALTOR ASSOCIATES
O ( II State Beverage Department Naples, parcel In Sec 14, Twp Harold and Mabel H. Williams, ,
': GENEMcLAIN .; rose to more than $12 million 51, Rge 26, $35,500; Philip Bakst Mt Vernon, 111., parcel In Sec 1144 Third Street, South Fred Pauly, Sales Manager
e I I lilT last month for an Increase of to Anthony and JoaephitaCrintti 13, Twp 53, Rge 29, $1,600;; Dor.
:? # 6.79 per cent over a similar Cleveland, Ohio, parcel lnSec21,othy E. Janes, et al, to WilliamD. PHONE Midway 2.2452 Collette Dyches
t period one year ago Twp 51, Rge 31, $1,000; Philip and Pauline O. Glenn, Choko. Vera Lowe
State Beverage Director Bakst to Leonard and Anne San.loekee, parcel In Sec 36, Twp 53,
tore, Lake Success 29, $5,350 Miami Gulf Land
Vivian Ogj Richard B. said his N.Y., parcelin Rge ;; i
The rather loose usage enforcement Keating were also Sec 21, Twp 51, Rge 31$1,000;;Investors, Inc., to Alfred C. and
agents
of late of the term ",I.rUI" I. Interested In odds If .
busy last month with the destruction
lead some people to you are a bridge player, of 30 moonshine stills
believe that a virus I II a for Inntanre, the odd are and the arrest of 304 people.
rather new and always 158 billion to I against In the iax-collection phaseof
mysterious malady. Actually picking up a hand with IS the Department's monthly\ l
all of UK are virtuallyIncubator card of one suit. Oddsare activity $12.369,175.83 was
of viruses for that 1 ef 3 Cam- in
every taken around the state.
most of our liven. (lies In the U.S. owns a Accounting for the largest The CARRIAGE CLUB invites you
From the common cold dog or cat The odds single collection was tax on
and cold Born to mump, also Mat that it I I. 900 cigarettes at 458922896.LIquor *
measles and chickenpox to 1 sgalnit laying In one tax accounted for $3.146,
f we have all been attackedby Job for more than 10 year 624.68]and beer.$2,383.784.00.
and have recovered and, if It happens you area Wine sales brought In $509
from, vlruHea. There are confirmed nall-blter, re. 296.75. s
other Infinitely more deadly lax I the chance of a In addition to the 30 stills,
viruses, however, such nervous breakdown are 1 I the Director said Ms agents
a* polio and 1ll'l'plnlltk. In 1,200 poured out 20,569 gallon of
ness and strangely, even The odd against obtaining fermenting mash, 1.837 gal
animal, insects/ and plant the right piece of lons of moonshine whiskey and '
life are subject to attack real estate, at the right seized 22 vehicles used In : ;
from viruses peculiarlytheir I
moonshine operations.
price, and In the right
own. Agents also filed 157 crim-
about thetame
manner are I
Not no strangely . inal cases In various courts
a* that of having anervous .
NAPLES: PKKSCRIP. around Florida, and made 149 .,
breakdown. The
TION first SHOP atop should for drug be wrong property: deal could administrative cases against -
your alcoholic beverage dealers.
however. Call ;
and medicines of all types.Our cauee one, Keating credited various

prescription service I I. MI from 2.4749 VIVIAN, for an agent OGG, sheriffs police departments
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dedicated to the afe. REALTOR 824 Fifth Ave. and federal agents In participating
guarding of your health In the state's law enforcement -
So., to assist In
you your
and well being. For your activity.
real estate requirements.You .
prescription need, remember w
NAPLES PRF8- can relai, knowingthat
Awards of the Medal of
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CKIPTION SHOP. 773
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profemlonal guide
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In And Out Of Season, There's Another Kind Of Hunting You Can Do,

This For That Long Sought Home Or Homeiite On Such A Quest You =s

Can Have No Better Guides Than Ad Miller And His Jaunty Associates,

Who Are Nimrods In The Field Of Real Estate, Even If A Coup! Of Them

Couldn't Hit A Barn With A Bazooka Incidentally, A Happy ThanksgivingTo

All And Sundry, And Watch Out For Those Second Helpings.


UNUSUALLY PLEASING HOME Len! articles., $18,000. and the monthly main. This is our point of view.
than two blocks from the beach on lenance I.I $5800, payable semiannually. -

Third Avenue, South. Completely fur I Ir
nlxhed It has three bedrooms, two tile ALCONY-
HANDSOME
FURNISHED APART. =-- ,_
b.lh.Iln\ room with wood burning MKNT: In the Konn Kal on Crayton Road.The .
fireplace, dining room, electrically
furnishings decorator' Item,
are
equipped kitchen Florida room and ample Solitude Contemplation Peace
cooling approximately 19,000, and manyof
$30,000 and ,
storage ipsce. owner them can't be duplicated. Containing
will rent for winter at $500
reason per two bedroom' and two bath, the apart. I
month men! I I. located on the second floor and Quiet -This Is Carriage Club

south, and offer an enchanting view of
THERE'S I'I.ESTt'OR TIIE MONEY the Gulf.; It la centrally heated and air
In the three bedroom two bath CBS
conditioned. Except for a few of the
home on Sandpiper Street In popular ..n.,'. personal po..e.nlonii, everything
Oyster "-y. The residence offer a la Included! In the purchase price. LIVING ROOM

paneled living room, paneling on one ,,',2. .2Z'.2' FOYER '> Your neighbor is the open sea and the new point I
wall!! of the Florida room around a wood
burning fireplace, an all electric kitchen GREAT; FOR TIIE FAMILY I I. the exreptinnally I 1 of view from on high is yours at Carriage Club I

hullt-ia grill in the Florida room and pclou house on JackassAvenue h \ i uL-'
other attractive feature. Twenty feet South, In Fast Naples.. C...
an s canal are reserved for your boat. pletely furnished this home ef CBS and '
$18.500 and cm be bought for a each wood construction has much te effer DINING .' I' That's why we've created model residences on the
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11 10' B'a .z' l lI
outlay of less than $3,500. Including a IS by 30' fenced-In swim I fifth floor. You'll see Naples in a new dimension

sing pool There are a large living room, from the Carriage Club residence, created to accommodate .
"I.O\KLY APARTMENT for lal. In dining room, two generously proportioned the leisure Naples way of We
fashionable Lego-Msr Club Located on bedroom, a creened-ln patio and
the second floor with a glassed porch front porch and a three car carport. Can n B THI
facing a waterway It I I. furnished except he your for $t<,*SO, which Include a RDIt
for linen, 1alld a few personal mortgage ef approximately $*,J 1 Rid. -PATH This tranquil residential idea is yours at Carnage

BEDROOM Club an excellent Investment In luxurious living

I''! 12'. from 30500.

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