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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 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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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).
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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25 1964 10 PACES 10 CENTS 41it YEAR NUMBER 88 ij:




u Architect Gets Go-Ahead i iJ






crho r, Unveil Final Plans-, ;:



By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


LONDON (AP) Prim Kin.
later Harold Wilson will sound
out President Johnson on a new
bid to the Russians to halt the
spread at nuclear weapons and For County Library
thin out armed torcos on both k'a
sides Europe.of the Iron Curtain In cen.tral .

Officials said Wilson Intends
to link this with his proposals
for an Allied nuclear fore when Plans for the new home of new building as rapidly at possible building M well as s plot plan

he confers with Johnson In theColJ County Free Public ;' Eugene Turner, president and the architect's conception
Washington next month. ,-tbrary were unveiled tut night of Friends of' the library, of the appearance of the .truecure. -
Wilson's government opposesthe it a meeting held In the home of told the irouri.Turner It will be 60 feet by 110

U.S. project for I mixed. Or. and Mrs.FerdhundC.Lee, expressed the thanksof feet, having 6,600 square' feet
manned nuclear force of Polar. 14th Avenue South the Friends of the Ubrary and will he on the south side of

is-armed surface ships. Wilson Present were members oldie to Mrs Lee who gave the land Central Avenue between Sixth

will propose an Allied high com & Friends of the Library the en. on which the new bulldlrtf will he and Seventh Streets,South. The
mand In which the major Allies ; tire board of the Collier County erected. Attorney Ben G. Parks site occupies an entire block of
could evolve nuclear policy co!.
lectlvelv. r Free Public Library, membersof president of the Ubrtry board, ;land and provides plenty of

jzs' ; the Collier County Comtnls paid tribute to the three men, parking space, plus space for
clan, members of the Naples now deceased, who had worked expansion as the need arises.Included .

PANAMA (AP) President + w..alswriraalaW City Council City Manager diligently, for the new library In the drawings were
Marco A. RoblV policy In talks 1t Vince Wood and Mrs.Wood representatives Dub Durdert, F/;. Mcintosh also suggestions for future expansion
.f with the United States on the of the Collier and Judge Ora L. WlWermuth. of the facility

Panama Canal treaty has re e County school system and Included In the plans are
celved a 24.12 rote of confidence flARCIi1TECT'S members of the press, MUST LOOK All AD rooms s for the"stacks,"Ire....
from the National Assembly
"The board has been authorized Francis Flint chairman of log room, a children's room,
The assembly's resolution PLANS for new Col-
adopted Tuesday after almost 23 build to have the architect the building committee, ex. t youth room...storage apace
hours of continuous debate, also Her County Free Public Library (C.M. Bauchaples) prepare detailed plained the effort and study and staff quant f s. The build-
said the government had reaffirmed ing were unveiled( at a meeting here plans and to go ahead which has been made by the top will be eSolpiesVv"' air conditioned .
its "firm determination last night. Above, from left are 'e, with letting contracts for the committee and the architect In and.carpeted.

to seek a new canal treaty re. Eugene; Turner, president ot the } preparing the plans He stress. Space wilt be provided hi the
fleeting Panam's Just de Friends of the Library and Attorney 3 cd the need of not only planting rear for loadlrc(|the bookmobile
manda." Ben S. Parks, prrsident of the Collier t Boy Saves Girl| a anlcture.adequa'<| f'lltit and foyrucki which wUlhs>r..

The vote was a blow to rebel. County Public Library Board, looking! .. J "f ..pmwMij\ ,uoeda el tt...JOnfy fat *WrwfllMwn, fftjc;Kbrartosart 'rR. I n .
. llous pro-Castro student leader, 4 atUe artlat's inception of the nfw .. From Drowning one which will provide ferneeds set up In other pans of the

have and left-wing accused:Robles extremists of taking who a structure! Rein*, right, C. ). Bauch. ,; Gets GnnA'ren'CMUMI over s period of at least five county,
spies, the architect for the building years. Me envU lOlled the eventual
soft line on the treaty.
is show as he explained the plans to (AP) rive days agoGeorge selling up of branch libraries .
Stephens. 14. Jumped Gets $:)20 For Not
"' the group present (NEWS photos) p? Into a polluted drainage canal In Immokalee Marco
LONDON (AP)-: Britain'snew and ,
to renrue a girl who roulilnlswim. Everglades Plnying At Bingo
Labor government 1* going He rut his leg on racks Architect DauchspUs: tils-
to allow delivery of 1ft Jet bamboo Today he lies motionless In ahospital played the floor plan for the ALBUQUERQUE:, N.M. (AP)
era ordered by South Africa before Willie f Garcia I I. $310 rich.
Prime Minister Wilson 1m. his right leg open from er, I hank| to a bingo fame In 1

posed a ban last week!: on arms Hunt 200 Whites Still Field Service grene.hip to knee Onrtori with said spreading the Infection fan. Most Kvcrythlnjr which he sales to the white supremacist Oerrla filed suit against Fidel
toward the Mat too fact
spread Will He Closed
government FridayAt Jaramlllo saying they had been
Meeting and amputation now would not
South Africa ordered the partners In playing bingo each
-mllllon contracttwo help."They're For Thanksgiving week and splitting profits and
planes on a $
years ago. An option to buy Missing In North High SchoolA giving him horse se. loae .. Bid Garcia said Jar am 11.lo .
Congo "
his father Ue'daephen.
said
14 more expired recently.Iniormants rum, Mont business firms all county won 11,000 which he didntS
said Britain's of Fort Lamterdale."They and city offices, all schools, and |tlt.
Increase and meeting will be held Fri. say he's cite until he all banking Institutions will be Dial. Judge Mn B. Me M anus
need to exports
LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP Wounded evacuees were takento day, November 17, at I p.m.In eMI Immune to It and then It's closed tomorrow In observance awarded Garcia 9300 plus $10
earn foreign exchange was aprimary In LeopoldvUle. The the teacher's at the matter of Hm, .wil...
factor In the decision to ( ) Belgian paratroops and hospitals lounge only a of Thaiikagtvlng Va,. Rcstsur. costs.
Congolese soldiers searched to. rebels killed at leant 30 foreign.era Naples Senior High School for a miracle han>ens(" ants, cafes, and hotels will be
honor the contract. day for some 200 whites still and wounded more than SO the purpose of organizing a 1o Ids mother says George; Is not open to greet family groupsdlnlnf
missing In northern Congo. In murderous attacks as the cal chapttr of the American Field sorry out, as will some service air Thieve Get: $71
More than BOO refugees have paratroopers began landing !Service.! "lie told me last night that If liuns.
Social Security arrived here from the former "Other Europeans may be The announcement was made the same thing happened. again Counters at the post Office In Cash From CarAt
rebel capital and another!oo.e 00 found dead In various parts of by Mrs. Rae Ilendru, a member he'd have to go In again, lie will be closed, but the box de. Pier
awaited evacuation at Stan the city," a UJ. Embassy of the AFS and a former exchange said, please donl f feet t mad at part m enl will be '*"11 Fishing
Office To Of spokesman said. student. Mrs. Hendrls said the me'."
OpenIn leyvlUe Airport. the 61Amer. The county courthouse will be When Mr, and Mrs Res V.
leans trapped In the rebel tone, Rebel chief Chriatuphe aim In organising a local chapter closed both tomorrow and Frl of
Ogden Red Key went out
Ind.o
34 and the bodies of two mot (;ben,. and other leaders of thlCOinmunllll.bldted of the servile ia I to bring a day. City Hall will be closed ,
Fort Engineers Give: for a troll at 6i30 o'clock"
MyersA .
dared missionaries had arrived "CongolesePeople's foreign exchange student to Naides. tomorrow but open Friday. The
the
night on fishing pier Mrs.
In Leopoldvtll Republic"' have dlaap Approval To Dig rhuols will be rinsed bUh Thur.. Ogden led" her purse and her
new Social Security Admin.lrtratlon Scattered fighting continued peared. Asy person Interested In the day and Friday.The locked In their oar.
District Office will be In Stanleyville which fell Tue. The United States told protect representatives from!<>. Levee At Tampa sanely library. will clone money Keturslng at IdS they
opened at Fort Myers la the near day to Congolese troops and Tahnmbe's central government cal civic or service clubs, and Thursday and Friday and open found that the >'ar had been brok.
future, Robert M, Ball, con mis.sloner white mercenaries after the that rebel leaders must be madeto particularly a representative uts JACKSONVILLE (AP) A 'alurdayPuldls. Into and the valued
of Social landed to answer for the murder ol two family Interested m boating 112.S million levee a' rae Hill, en purse,
Security announced paratroops rescue the K UUhek.andthelun.: at lUM. $11.09 In cash, Stand.ard .
today in Washington. European: and American how American missionaries, Dr. a student are Invited to attend borough Day at Tampa has ten shine Foodway will cloee Thank.. OU and Gulf Otl credit cards
tages threatened with death. Paul Carlson and Phyllis W.... the meeting Mrs. Hendrls said. recommended to gnarl against giving Day, but the Fowl BankIn
well set of house and
The new district office will Several rebels and s Belgian The rebels bad threatened to "We plan to organize addled high tides during tropical> East Naples andClirtloTal as aa a
serve residents erf Charlotte, paratroop sergeant were killed kill all whites U the Congolesearmy officers at the math(," she storms be open. rat keys stolen.
to the/ car had bee*.
Collier Glades, Hendry, and Lee Army Engineer. mole the Entrance
the In attacked Stanleyville. announced.
during: night mop."" oper. The Collier c wnly News will
a vent.
Counties. These counties: pro aliens. Much of the skirmishing Dr. Carlson 30, fit Rolling recommendation hosed '.' a *U mt be published tomorrow gained by tor ring open
vlously were served by the district look place near the airport HUla, Calif. was among I( to 20 year study. listing window
offlces alSarasotaandWeat where the foreigners awaited hostages shot down la Star
Palm Beach. evacuation to Leopoldvllle. leyvUle's Lumumba Square Chamber Meet

Ball said that the Fort Myers Premier MoUe Tshombe can minutes before the paratroops
office Is one of three new so. celed plans for a triumphant landed. Carlson had been under At The MooringsNext
del security offices to be open. entry Into Stanleyville today. a rebel death sentence as an
edII the next several months. "Ho may go tomorrow", an alleged sty.
side all Miss Rhine, 83, s missionary Thursday
These offices, designed to pro. 0 'W l! t l
from Mount Yemen n
teacher ,
vide better service to persons
Ohio, also was slain by the in.
cowered by the old-age I1II''IY.or. The third quarterly meeting
., and disability Insurancepro. First.GradersDon't .urpnU. for members A the Greater >*. '
grant, will also be located at Another missionary merdred pine Chamber r< < .mmeree will
was Heeler MacmUaa, a Cur
San Rafael and Oceanside, Cal Quite Get be hell at 7:4S: t 1m. a The
clan from Av Mn re, ON. His
ifornia. Maoris Country Club an Tier.edgy .
The Picture wife, the former lone Reed of December* ,
Population growth and changesin pontiac, Mtefc., and their sis Refreshments
Ua pattern were factors to This being the Thanksgiving sons ..u,*,. wfll lie served. /
deciding upon the location ofthese season, Mrs Man Ana Vaughn, George Clay, SS, a South African A detailed report Oy the T...,.
new offices, Ball pointed first grade teacher asked her correspondent for the rJa.tional Ism Com*Kite will be presentedetwertoc
out. A* with the other locations, first grade class this week who Breed tut tag Co., was work "< the C'IIIt.t..*
the decision to open a social security could tell her who the "", rlta... killed M he accompanied Cen.golese oat its adverHstag and ptlbmotdeeprnru
office at Fort Myers was werefThey troop advanctsf onStanlefvtBe. + for the ramiaf year

based oa a study of the popu.ladon \ .u. turkeys,"one plpHop. Shot twice to the A "**tsf> and a...et:period
to be served types of em.ployme ",,.,'re ft tll' 1D4a." bead Clay died to the arms of is seMditfed to be a Pert bf the

t, Bombers erf those now another auw.re4.n.'re Associated Press eerrenxndHtitJohaL.li. ......
oa the social security rolls, and poor poopl that sailed vfth .
related data. Christopher CoIW11*" one wt.tnteered. .
.
The 0.1. anted la fta*
At the of 154 'fosaebody that ffls.
beginning ,
more
covered leyvfiBe, Mk**.l S. Hart, now Detroit Papers x.
than ",000 residents of the Ovecounties Am.l1ta.rted. been to rebel cM*> ....
to be served by the Fort Mrs. Vsughe explained wkc

Myers District Office were re. the PerKaas really were and aw. (last rente summer tU be, laW and a kM sews low sen.... Back On Street
celvlac social security benefitsat that they find out that .
the rate of more than igtt what happened lo the Pert atlases were repealed teateaby
their HI* e."we DETROIT AP) nit'rree I
$1,575,100. maot tau' To this 4ust/as she got ( v !
Ball said that toe sew Glee the reply Oat -ntey ea" kere were beaten twice toprtoM Preee aad the mew retertedU
will be staffed to help rlalnanta bat there were too many kxiuas and 10 tines altogether he street, hone aid U.fico I

apply for benefit and ottato got ...they Tea." Another la tM lire sxntM of . at Detroit today.Butt I
dal secwtty cards, as weD as eel Oat they left because ''Jurewere ttou," be said. "The first beau i>ap rteateriale earned" frtud.pege
to aaswer Inquiries stool fee ) too sway moKfOltmtaro me was Ox day they are ta a ibe strike, Bab! AMERICAN I ,Gt:. t'1TY -As long ss lunch-counter stools are designed for the slim and
dotage survivors, and dlsabU. sty Insurance provislou fit tbs chimed h. that "Uttr a4 a Mt break late the strenfroasa sade the readers lIP wttt the bl social secertty law. breakfast: to ether." t tM flag: to the sews sew e My If. far far better than two



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rare white-winged dove bird and made positive Identi- ,

which breeds from Texas fication before banding It. I
through Eastern Mexico to Mrs. Below, who with her
Iti Costa Rica and believed to be husband lives at Big Cypres It..
a the first of Its kind ever band- Center, was first told of the

issvr ed In Florida, was recently appearance of a pair of white- r
Identified and banded by Mrs. winged doves at the Mosbach's
Ted Below, Sr., on Bonita feeding station In mid-Novem
Beach. 'her

f Mrs. Below, who is one of "The first trip we made to
the few official binders in the beach was non-productive,
Southwest Florida recognized as the doves didn't show up."
1 hy the Dept of Interior, FUn said Mrs. Below. "However

w_ fr and wildlife Services, caught on November 16 with the Mos- Ler
the dove In a maze trap at the bach's permission, I set up o
bird feeding station of Helen a maze trap on the ground In
and Clinton Mosbach at Bon their feeding area On November < )IN: DISPLAY ('all 11 11'1' A. Biooks, \il'l' president i Bank of Naples :
its Beach. The dove was released 17 around 7 '.m. one of II'\,. Mamu Took\ incident Bank of Naples and chairman for Ad.
after It was banded and the doves entered the trap and \aiuid Gifts of ire, tUnldintr Campaign Fund of the Fril'ndof thiLibiai '
BUT IN NAPLES can you hold a business oonf''rem" on the photographed."I after a mad dash from Big \ hu. an.! :Mih Catherine Berger. ihanman for the Christmas
beach Merrill II. Boynton (left), ,president of th''' Naples Community believe It Is the first Cypress Center, I positively Fiesta Bazaar of the Naples: Woman's Club. exhibiting and admiring
Concert Association, listens attentively! us Byron Bray ( ccntei), New White-winged dove to be band- Identified it, banded it and released the paintInjr "Blue Iris," donated bj' Mis Elsie Dorey Upham as aKin
York repiesentativ outlines 1966 availabilities to Howard I.. Taylor, ed In Florida," said Mrs. Be- It." to the fund for the flag and flagpole for the new Free Public
rhairman of the Artist Selection Committee Lark groups, such as the low. "From 1888 to 1966 The band which Mrs. Below Library of Collu'i County. (NEWS photo)
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, which performed for association! members a total of only 21 birds of this used was No. S44-18496, and
last February, and the Vienna Choir Boys, who will appear hereIn species have been seen in Flor was a size 4, the lame sizeas wwwwww ww 1" wwwwwww TTTT 'Blue Iris'
By
February, 1965! must be booked more than a year in advance. Immediately ida. I carefully studied the used on a male Boat-tall
following this preliminary conference pictured, the board of grackle.If Mrs. Upham At
'rllrect r8 of the Naples Community Concert Association met in President this bird should return to Highlighting
Jioynton'a beach-front home and decided on the bitf-name attrac- News From Texas and be shot there, the Bank Of Naples"Blue

tldn that will headline the 1966 concert season (NEWS photo) band would be returned to the Iris," a palming; I b\
Fish and Wildlife Services In
Boynton to decide on the 1966 Straub, Howard Taylor,Mrs. BethuneI Washington," said Mrs. Below. The Local Week Mrs. Elsie Dorey Upturn' won
the Bank
Concert of
display at Naples
Group headline which will be announced Henry B. Watkins, Jr., and "From that data It would be :7
Novemhei
at the time of the membership Byron Bray, the New York representative I known how fir and in what lengthof through 1.
Meets To Pick drive next March. for Community After two months delay, the time the dove traveled." Mrs Upnam has donated thin
painting as a gift to the Naples -
those were Concerts Irnmokalee Child Care Mrs. Below said that
Among present Center on their
" '66 HeadlinerThe Mrs. V. Richard Bcchtel, John Following are the committee will again open Its doors to first trip to Bonita Beach a MMMMMMMMMMM TT T T -. T T T r T' .. .. .' .. .. .. Woman's (.Iubtobeaward/

Byram, J. Stealey Elms, Leo- chairmen appointed by Pre re-school age children of the Great Blue Heron and a Ward's The Sunshine rootlway arid sedation plans a city-wide ed for the benefit ol a fund loi
board of directors of nard G. Latham, Dr. FrankH. sident Boynton for the 1969 community. The opening date Heron were seen fishing about Hardware, latest addition to tIle Thanksgiving Service at 10 the flag and flagpole for the new
Collier Free I Public I II.bruy. I I-
'the Naples Community Concert Lovell, Mrs, James Lule- concert season, which begins is Monday, November 30 40 feet span Mrs. Below] expanding business In Naples, a.m., Thursday. It will be County
of
She artist
: Association met Tuesday JUn, Mrs Clifford R. Nelson January lithoAcoustics1 The hours are from 6 a.m. stated that Mrs, Mosbach is a held t two-day grand opening held in the, First Presbyterian and is'listed is an in "Who's note Who
: November 24th, it the Mrs. SjC. Ogburn, Jr., Mrt. Leonard G. Lat to 6 p.m., Monday through Fri "birder" of 22 years stand- this past week. The new business Church in "
;!home of President Merrill H. John A. Pulling, Mrs. Elmer hamArtists' day. The price is fifty cents Ing. firm covers almost a block e e e Donations America.(
are
I Accommodations per child, payable when the between Second and Third Ave- Briefs in the auk of Vincent being accepr!
ed members of the
by Naples
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12 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS N.plw, Pr| ? W.d, Nov.","., 21, IM4 I Spancer B. Allendorf child comes to the Center. nues, North, on the Trail A.,Conhoy. attaching the city's WOl1lllCW\ ) at the bank. The
t Artist Selection: Howard L.. In order for the Center to e 2-69-64 tax" rdlfs.havebeensubntirred
I Naples PlayersTo will be awarded on
, palming
Taylor remain open and serve the community The first annual County CookIng to the dote SUpreme
Concert Robert Coxey public support, financially Hold TryoutsFor School was held Wednesdayand Court Conboy cstims tax J'I- mal December Fiesta 3rd B3.aJrf at the the ChriM-Naples -
Financial! Mrs R. Clarence and attendance-wUe '1$ Thursday In the Tahitian liefs granted developers until
-I Tooke needed. It cannot operate free 'Dial M' Cast Cove auditorium About 400 a certain per cent, of lots aresffld Woman's Club.

1- Membership] Mrs. HenryB. In that the funds collected from Readings for the next Naples ladles and a .sprinkling! men ire ihegal. A decision In
SALE Watkins, Jr. and Mrs. John the children Is the only moneyor Player production, "Dial M for attended the school dally. It favor Conbey has been handed Service

A. Pulling (co-chairmen) Income afforded for operational Murder"wlll be held tonight. and was sponsored by the Florida dowi Circuit Court. .
Piano: Mrs. Elmer Straub expenses.The Friday night at 8 p.m. at the Power and Light Cow the Sunshine Se At Grace ChurchA

Publicity! Mrs.JamesLule- Center Is designed to home of Ray Wain, 1978 Fifth Foodwa), and the NEWS. County Schoel: l ,Board 11 1 the special worship. ervl< a will
WOMEN'SSHOES jlan help working mothers and eli Street, South The cast ol "Dial C e NQvefnbeijneetina: accepted a !Inc ronductml by lie Kevemid \
Reviews' Mrs.; V. Richard minate students from babysitting M" includes one female and five City Council la right In the Itd) J GiwirKt W. Price at Grace I.utlieraA .
of'$41O,000 to build new
.
Dechtel. chores One hot lunch male roles Anyone wishing dl. Church loin '
middle ol a wrangle over additional .lens lt' school tmnioka- >i row mornlni
/
reclines to the Wain home ry
with milk and snacks will be ipay \ ht I030! a.11I1'IIfIBHmun
parking space. NaplesJaycees ,
lee Mft Mthoilzed Canny: Su-
contact Mm at the BeachcomberClub
Plans served each child each day as : roseuplnaruu\, >agalii$t topic will he "1ft I
well Ml 2.2153. prelnteniksm \.0. 1 luynolds to Us Thank God," usliif .1* a.i text
as a well-planned a proposatrocreatetnore(
preschool negotiate ,a loan of $ '/.OOO( the nut wteof thelSGth Psalm I
Two ServicesFor program of adjustment.Your Ing space In CambWr Park
I .' from local banks to expand
appreciation and oo- ject, the establishment of a recreation which they, 'termed.'hit.- IW( a,1dhl''dl'sd"KI.' I .. Just
Thanksgiving operation is requested te keep centerhas been delayed ding! I."WAY process," d ri.- under ! M"wWnt appltefl1 I for County farmer The itotaiy
:he nursery operating and tp log the area of roc I eattOlld1 Club, and officials
00 Trlnlty. yrfhe-Cove will hold pending authorization of the asslfjiuni nMteCollierGnunly City County
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two Thll1k.jtwlne'.ervicu.. help our community t| use of a prospective site for space without. replacement. sKi, t Jtutag I.IlJOI'Itl1/ were special guests:
T4 There will be'acelabratlqnof become a better place In wh ito the Cente r from the com ,
o
county Uokr
The bulkJl.9C Mw 11iI9""A rIV ii' A .cliY
live
Holy Communion at 8 a.my.\At ( missioners. > l Ii r News celebrated
Sill a*.m. the church will have Is a dupe of worry for Gqur- 'I" ,.' .: r:' Oj,llfAvlor 't 'ttit first Mrtlniay( a< a dally

a Morning Prayer service. At BAND UNIFORM DrflVE WEDDINGMrs. cllrtmn Carl O. Hofiinam. Ik aMI', .. k whit hari paper on November 3. soon it
thU service, the rector, the Raw The Bethune Band Uniform Luella Nelums Lee, quoted northern visitors Who t..QMt I d: <( 'nW.o i cre farm of will celebrate Its 4ird: year ol
Richard Lambert will preach. Drive culminated on Monday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al. claim Naples Is becoming mother .1.< ,
publication
Values to 9.95 The Primary and Junior choir night during the annual Thanksgiving bert Wilson of Deland, becamethe city of concrete and sky a\\ II se.. vt man Collier

will ling at this second service banquet held In the school bride of Andrew Zonnle Ro. scrapers. In the last two yp ar:.. -
Sandals Flats cafetorlum. blnson here at 5:30: p. M. Sun. Hoffmann points "ui, I It., hut I .- -------- ---
day November 16 at the horns
of
Heels Broken Sizes A good-sized audience listened the bride The bridegroom is Ing permits issued lu. I u IL>,I- NAPLES
Whooping CranesIn and ate as the PTA pre- the con of Mr. and Mrs. An. ed a value of 30,00< > FLY 'AI ::-

On Sale Friday 9 A.M.We Texas Total 41 sldentMrs.EllzabethSlmpklnsannounced drew Robinson of Macon, Ga. e e ,.; _ry MIAMI
pon ,
residents
the final financial The double ring ceremony was Royal are IkMIn

will b* open 'III I p.m. llrowi Night, WASHINGTON (AP) For. total -- $2,047. performed by Reverend Harry agreement over a sheet
Monday, Nor 30th -- S Door PrUti. ty-one whooping crane a The persons raising the high Evans beneath a bridal arch of lighting program In the area. New Year Round Daily Schedule
record number have been est amounts were Mrs. Wesley decorative green terns and pink A few years ago some residents
sighted\ at the Armies National Harrington' and Eugene C. Wil roses. of the area petitioned Naples To Miami
Wild Life Refuge In Texas, the hams 268.00 Mrs. Nocella The bride, accompanied by her City Council for street lighting
Interior Department reported Williams and MrI.MaJor1amu childhood friend and schoolmate: The project was started. 745AM: 1130AM. 345PM: .
Mrs. William Brown of Deland
Tuesday night. Athelea In last week's Council meet
Sampson,261.00|Mrs. Miami To
Among them are 10 young wore a three.plece double knit Naples
and Mrs p, How- ing, a petition from another
crane, also a record number Wright lluey green suit of orion acrylic She 900AM 215PM 500 PM.
since the government started ard, $233.00. carried a leaiher-covered Bibleof group was read, calling for a
keeping its .ye on the dlmln. The drive came short by$400 the New Testament. half of street lighting!!. Mayor Cenncrtlon end K*...rull..n. to my point in the world
lining species. of its desired goal and we hope Th. bride's book was keptat Archie Turner proposed delay-
766 FIFTH AVE.. SO. NAPLES, FLA. through the efforts of the Band the reception held at the Eu. Ing action until I Pan Royal! residents NAPLES AIRLINES
Boosters' Club to make up the reka Restaurant by her club sis. could reach An agreement Naples Airport tonrourie 1 Miami Airport
! ter Mrs. W, 0, Brown
deficit by the time the uniforms Her ,
table was attended by club sis- e Ml 13454 NE SUM
I December."To are. ready sometime In t.rs, Mrs. H.P.Howard and Mrs. The Naples ltllb".I.l1" .- City Ticket offi,' .- Naplr < Travel l Acrncy 4 Ceram
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Ii all of our friends and The bride is a native of Deland, .UUUU'hhUu.. ,,,,,,,,.,U.,,,.u.,--.HHH.H.H..H.H..H.H.H.H....
well-wishers, of this our beloved -
I Fla., a graduate of Euclid inch
county, for donations of School. She has a B. A. from
i toward the Bethune READY TO MOVE INTO
means
any Bethun. Cookman College,Day. -
I School Band drive for uniformswe tona, Fla and has done further
are most grateful and most study at Stetson University, De
humble for your response'commented Und.Fla.

t ... time to reaffirm our faith i I Ia in Mr. Williams mechanic.Mr. Robinson Is employed asa "ii

i frcc&om and) our Determination STREET SUNS Those attending the wedding 4
ware Mr. and Mrs. W, 0. Brown
The monthly meeting of the
aub cherish it. A Holidan Mrs. Roberta Abbott, Mill El.
preserve Flamingo Mens' Club was hel core Black, Mr and Mrs, eugene : .
to ClOthe\ warm traditions or at the Eureka Restaurant November C. Williams, lire Hue
19. At this meeting, P. Howard. Miss Leola Matthews

our tagc ... a dau! to count final approval for the purchaseof Mrs. Tovrisend, Mrs. Eva
poles for street signs was Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Adderlet "y ..w
the blessjnas of abundance and discussed. The signs will be put Mr. Georgia Bell Short, ).Ira, 7 fi r
that up during the week of Decem- VUhalla Green, Mrs JuanlUMtC
opportumtu; our great lanb ber 1-lf with the aid of the oyUf Trances: ThomuMrs.,

holds for & Atso hi express (Dur county commissioner. James, Mrs.banner William, Mrs.Brow Annie of Parker De

...z 't\tanks for t me; loijaltu. and jects This planned Is one of by the the three organization pro-- land, Mr. and Mrt. Albert Wilson .
of Deland and parents of the '
confidence lya have placed in us In an effort to Improveand bride, Little Mass. Wen'n WU 1Ijw I'.I
develop seV-prtde in
our son niece of the bride, hire
as a friend and patron. Truhi.-.- community. The second pro- Wilbur Simon.

we have much to be thankful for .
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mostly chance \to serve \\ou.\

_' .5113.JlOUf >13nks5iving b jO fi\l FOR SALE r. s t ,J .,'. '1'" '; i t' j'n., ..s located n Aqualane. The house

anlrff.s1u> i's 2 ', ," 5 nd 4 paneled den A large

In Observance of the Thanksgiving > .r'. 'J. :" *' '1 .tf'!_....k. the br,grit wide canal A boot slips
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ALUMINUM PRESS PLATES ter' .' ". r'j\ real l f fine. concrete sea w"ll. This
Holiday we will be closed Thursday.
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"1't. "" '"< y 1 na a".condtloned The lawn i is kept ...

November 26. 24th" x 36" rent r.e A tr a e sj.,' ,rk'er' system and the landscaping mdudttr

'>an> almj and Fr. trees Pred rtghf tt only' $27,750 whICh .*v-

FIRST NATIONAL BANKof IDEAL FOR eludes the F,)",1'JIP

HUNTING LODGES FISH CAMPS

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Expected For 'Thanksgiving Day' k

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Dr. Gates Talk WLWaf- Let Nation State aid Count.

Dr Robert 0. Gates, in a Rejoice in Nature'a .bounty,
return engagement, U expected .. And not forget that better part
to apeak to t full house tt toe The harvest of the mind and heart.
Naples Senior High Parent.,..a. weg
o.. Fir' around
cher tudent Association meeting w..' everyone'
scheduled for Tuesday December MARTINA May Thanksgiving Joys abound
JANE
2, In tile school tudltorlum. By For all the blessings of the year
1
Dr. Gates, of: the Florid M '.. r And everything that we hold dear
Department of: Education, A" 3* '
spot
to the Collier County teacher sign of the times? The jet age? Or what? MHV our people not in terror (grope.

at a meeting in August on the, Thanksgiving turkeys are not even in the oven and Rut look ahead with faith and hope
topic "Quality Education In, there are many in this busy town who have firm plans To a future with such brilliant cast

Quantity.tnc the talk The U teachers"outstanding,stamp; for New Years Eve. More of this later. One thing at a It Mill outshine our ftortow past

and Inspirational,* hare agreed| time. let's enjoy tomorrow's feast Clean up the last I .asllsell 'st! ''hM Bob Adams
to pay in part at: the expense Involved bit of turkey hash, and then get on with preparation

back to Naples.bringing Dr. Gate 1 for Christmas and the New Year. Thankfulness'

The Florida Educator will also The most exciting news In connection with Thanksgiving
speak at the Rotary Club Wed. !Is the showing I'm thankful for all good with which
nesday noon, December I, on the| to members of the Port Royal Beach I've been blessed throu
topic,"Our Club and their guests, the results of heartaches
Chlldren-Today and, extensive club re- For hardships, and for too.
Tomorrow" and to a Senior modelling. The exquisite new dining room has a formal For failures' trials and strife.
School
High assembly on Wed decor with' I'm thankful for each little
complete
prayerSomeone
meads, using the topic "Are; glittering crystal chandeliers a wonderful V
You Alert to Tomorrow." contrast to the unmatched has said for me ;
natural) beauty of the
Commenting on the talk Dr. tropical I For loving thoughts, for friendliness,
viewed
Gates panorama through' the picture windows. For all good will I ace
gave to teachers In
gust, Mrs. JuneBremerman..c&Ao-; Rudy Baum, of Miami, will provide background music SITTING Jewel-like in the Gulf is the newly enlarged and decorated My thanks for hands,
ence teacher at Naples High said: during the dinner hours tomorrow. Port Roytl Beach Club, in readiness for the season's opening tomorrow. With which I could
"He did not tell me to be proudof According to Michel F. Pierret. manager the reservation list was filled Serve life's
teaching, but he made me| Among those entertaining Is Mrs. Harold Cheel. Shewill several weeks ago. The dining room which will\ now accommodate 250 For all someone small deeds on of kindness way ;
proud to be teacher." have with her Mr. and Mrs. I. S. members and has been done
a Gregory, who are guests\ by Mildred Jlqll, of Palm Beach, I'm allowed to do each day
"It was one of: the most Inter visiting from Ho-Ho-Ku., N. J., Bruce Gregory who will 1 who also decorated The Art Gallery in New York and La Fontaine, I'm thankful for all happiness

sting,talks well I've delivered ever, heard entbusi.astle ,". be down from New York for just a few days, and Mr. in Nassau. (McGrath photo) Each long hour of deep sorrow:

said Jerry Howell basketball and Mrs. Robert G. Frazer. Also Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Cod thus In Ills great mercy gives

coach.School Board Ross of Darlen, Conn., who are at the Naples Beach Club ImmokaleeVomen Green and Mrs J J. Platsance.Hostesses Presbyterian More wisdom for tomorrow

and members supervisorypersonnel admlnlstratlve for two weeks. They will return In January for their Hear Talk for the meeting were A. R. Gronros
By Church Site For .
.of.the. Collier County regular winter visit. Mrs. Foster Olroyd and Mrs. ....

ocnooi wu oe Honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Swensruds' guests, Dr. and Mrs. George McKay Eugene Others Stone. Union ServiceA
the evening Dr. Gates speaks to attending were Mrs
the PTSA. George Foster leave for Pittsburgh tomorrow, but the Guidance 1s working with all Philip 1.. Crews, Mrs. AUJ. clty.wlde Thanksgiving aer.
Swensruds will be at the club for dinner with Mr. and students not Just those with i Curry Mrs. H.C. McDonald vice will be held al the First' RESORT WEAR
serious problems. This was Mrs L, Presbyterian Church of Naples
Mrs. Claude Turben and the John Turbens.Mr. George McKsy Mrs. tomorrow at 10 a.m.
emphasized by George McKay AJrf. Seal), Mrs. West
Writers' ForumOf and Mrs. R. L. Telfords' party Includes Mr. and Guidance counselor at Immo- moreland, and Mrs Grady James Williams Sponsored by the Naples Min Designer Fashionsfor
Isterlal Association, the service
Mrs. F. W. Slick, the Andon Kazanjians and Mr. and Mrs. kalee High School. In his talk Jr. will Include several local mint

Naples Holds Clifford McCall.Mr. to the Iromokalee Woman's Club stars, each officiating at a dlf.

and Mrs. S. E. Hunkin, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fit- Monday night.He ferenl part of the service. The
stated that his job wu to Central Baptist Reverend James Mackey will r* All Occasions
Season OpenerThe kin, Mr. and Mrs. Morse Dial, will also be at the club. help students before their pro the speaker.

Mrs Hunkin, Mrs. Adolph Stuber, and Mrs. Perry blems became serious-prevention Plans ServiceOf Choral music will be provided at
Naples Writer's Forum: Harrison leave for richer than Mc by the first Presbyterian Church
held the first meeting of the on Sunday New York. Later, the Hun. cure. ThanksgivingThe Choir.Presldlnc.
winter season last night U the kiss will be In Cleveland for Christmas, but in the mean- Kay also emphasized that Guidance minister will be the .
Is the ,
Community Center. time Mr. Hunkin concern business Central Baptist Church,1 (It t'
is here Reverend
check Ladles
Mrs Charlotte Durno gave a staying to progress on their of all members of the faculty 750 Seagate Drive, will hold a Dirgo) invest nl : ,, '
lion ?
Reverend Hsrlaad "I
lecture on "Knowing Your house going up In Port Royal. On December 29th. Mar. since often a student becomes special Thanksgiving Service at figuei
Characters and The Novel". New garet Anne Hunkin will make her debut at the Assembly much closer to teacher !IIi TtSO p.m. tomorrow litany Scripture Reverend reading John, Reverend W. Stump Da. la
members were introduced and Ball held sees daily than someone In The sermon will be taken from ketopl.
at the Union Club In Cleveland. She Is the vld Lanlert Prayer of Thanks
Philistines 4it with the
each member was Invited to re* an office j th.me.,
port on the. progress made. daughter of Mr. end Mrs. William J. Hunkin II. The services offered Include "Thankaftvlnf, nanowledglngand ; fifing1, Reverend James Mobleyfoffering ,'
Reverend
prayer, Jo.
..
Those attending went Linda Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders are others who will counseling of Individual pro- praising with gladneaa thsenefits aegis Fosters and benediction i'lurida

Margie Frye, Mrs Chlckering Valla Bell Mrs., Alice Mr.'., attend the party. They also plan to go north for Christmas blems orientation of new stut b and either mercies upon which ourselves God| Reverend John E. Rice.To i.. :, \ ,
but will probably cut their short this dens, educational occupational or others." .
'
Redenbaugh, Miss Ann Harvey, stay as
year pstYye rlh'J.hl '
Mrs. Pauline Townsend J. B.Warden. they, too, are in the process of building In Port RoyalMr. and personal-socU! Information The Revenndllacat McCollum stretch of trots, Ilerlod I : 'hlll'J':' ': ,i'llumbus tty. Ohio
,1 ill' '
Robert E. Adams and I and Job placement. extends an Invitation to all to lobittr Newburg, add sliced i IHut
Max Weston and Mrs. Raymond List have reservations and During the business meetIng ]Join In this seasonal service, hud- ooked lie,
Following the meeting the I will be accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Virginias s proposed change In the .
group met at Howard Edwards. Twenty-two friends make up one of the largest Constitution was accepted It
for coffee as guest of: MargieChlckering was announced that the next
parties. They will gather the home /
et of Mr. end Mrs. "
who bad
produced a
would be dinner with '
meeting s ;
check from a manuscript ssl.. O. Stanley Roberts for cocktails. husbands Rasem- \ ,
u
The Writer's Forum will cut. Mr. and Mrs. Walter DeSchryver will be there along dona for this guests.should be made ... Proudly Preifntt

tlnue at 7:30 to p.m.meet In Monday the new evenings Com I with' Mrs. Alice Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Long, the with Mrs. Frank Warrlner. J oJwr.: 11 kl/U "A PpINT OF'CAW"Radio

munltjr Center. Anyone l o. Frank Mitchells, and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Jordan. Theo Other guests may also be In- (! ; WNOC AM-FM
terested in writing is Invited t Longs recently arrived et their home on Rum Row from cluded. Program over
Join the forum A resignation as recording
Akron, Ohio. The Jordans At 4.SS PM. Won thru Frl
are Mitchells' son-in-law and secretary war accepted from
daughter. They and their two children are here from Mrs. Eugene Stone who U
-r leaving the community. Mrs.

EXCLUSIVE AT RAR Tampa.Mrs.. Truman Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayres ed Charles to finish Anderson the term wu of appoint office. I the iwosl) ;( rHU1J'O(1pNn) $ / lI '(! Af"lr/rnft" ; / !
have their grandchildren with them visiting over the Mrs Stone wu also presentedwith .

Our SpecialIndividuality holiday and will take them to the club for turkey and a lovely gift. Cocnllo In u\lnpV\! ( !. rfiwclfij ()III lie! QuPj,
Valcotrt'moon-
Mrs. Myra
trimmings. ced that the babe sale had been In The M..rlngi
in. Bobby and John Ayres, who live In Mexico City, a success and stated that the
are students at Admiral Farragut. Mr. and Mrs. George Woman's Club would be taking So Excitingly Beautiful So Temptingly Designed

GIFTS O. N. Reed II, and their three' children are here from St. donations soon on s gift The
Petersburg. proceeds will be used for the
"
Accessories Speaking of grandchildren. Charles, Lynn, and Jay project selected members for Introduced the year.New' : ,; (,. ,
.
Antiques C. Brooks spent the past week with their grandparents, were Mrs. Jerome Edwards, fill .' -I-_

Mr. and Mrs. Candler Brooks. They live In Sarasota.Mr. Mrs. Frank Shell, Mrs. Jimmy
INTERIORSFurniture and Mrs. Brooks will be et the Port Royal Beach Club Spires, and Mrs. Fred Worth. ____

tomorrow, and have Invited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eckles .Guests present ware Mrs. Bob

Upholstering and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Shuleen, of Pins-

Draperies burgh, to join them. CALLING ALL

Carpeting The above are just a few who will be a part of the HOME MAKERSIy 1< _

capacity/ crowd expected for the first of many glamorous I. L tdmwndt i
that will take place the Port SHOULD ?
parties at prettier-than-ever fURNITURE IE f ft
Royal Beach Club. WHO OR MATCHED v

t j. jo U ctJnc.> FAMILY OET-TOGETHER Many tearise

Mr. end Mrs. George Dunlip Jr left the first of the tune, store iirni- I I9 II Iw
ff'J ;" If "'I I week for Ormond Beach, Fl., to visit Mr. Dunlap's broth featured
sis.I Nvea
'1290 Third St. So. '' er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Rodolfo Venturl Tomorrow It and even .

Member 'I another sister Mrs. Hugh Forman, and Mr Forman living eight piece room

American Institute! will loin the Dunlaps and Venturis for a family party r eats .U!! In
I Mr and Mrs. Bruce Mumm the aims
Interior Designer are having I family wood fro.
(CMtiaeee1 e* .*f. I) Idmvnds IIh" TAIL i
flnlih .easily war eitliti
nacho any, walnut er ma
:
pie. Wry efUn Ue (abutsand ;
eeler en the .skeistered '-
pieces were si "

IampLtgjter IdenticalAtlkevgk \ ,
m..r pipit
etlll prefer le .M Ik. ttmt
weed fleltkte. I ,
t the II"., .* .. Ik* ttn4tkreagk _
the yean kt. tore __ __ IM.o _
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te St away ,rem er
..lit. ef lirlag ran fur
Cafeteria! Mime kf tag nay tflf.
feral lei***! )a Ike u.ereal
, very *IKIIIIy.
I A. a matUr of fat,. Only eeinjr this
; beautifully decorated model by Holland
many leading decorators
U.S. 41 at Four prefer asm* dtfbrrtst wood 1 .
corners flnlehe sod Salley will fatiify
ever dilTtreetpertod you Words cannot describe theT'
In the seme room .
serving traditional One of the loveliest I" beauty .to why not visit the model today.
tag ,..... I have seen bit
a mahogany plane, s modern :
I t sofa, twe Lady Am*' .

i.TN1 i. marble Iran maple top chairs eecktall! a white table n. Beauty Plus Quality Are Yours In La Tour Rfvagc

1 SGx I1 iG with klatk bate, and a
frank le. Owr General el the
J.
frait road trench Pro*:BfUl ney C.nlrader Aatvres yen
_lit,..&. Hewer firsts 6ft workmanship and, c.ctloft. Ikrlde! ., .......... Itvi""" "
all the colors and Uitnre*
ef tke leer ceveriiiga, fib <, personally .wpervl.ing .enslrvetlen.MEMIIRIHIPj .
rite lamps, draper*, endwafti
i were k a tifslly
OPEN

vela*er 1IetM with ye err the saga te INQUIII 11.d Mex
11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Lm elers COpra ere at Models peer .."Ir.sad TODAY f ."*:!ID Sunday 1:O' 5.00 P. 0, l.. 57*

.rirfe i writ t pen.
4:30 to 8:15 ri'lNITfHKFAIRNe. rUPLet AT PROMTOCVELOffRS, FRANK/. ROOMY. I.IHC .
p.m. .
p.m. Trail at diesels Dr. lenenl) rtrICIU'Full
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Q1bt (oglert; Ntro : Had Big Role in K OusterBY


WEDNESDAY t BY RAY CROMLEY

NOVEMBER 25, 1964 j" Wanhinfta n Co-respondent

Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
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Give Once And For AllTo yQ. WASHINGTON. \l

KremlinolOlilCl bere think the publicized promotions lU1announced
SovIet boIMI Brelbnev '!1d Kosygll1 .11 t
prove that Collier County Isn't cil, Naples Community Hospital, Naples b)' to men who helped oust Khrushchev

alone In its problems of getting individu Welfare Association, Salvation Army, and personal By this payoffs realOnlng. Soviet security police (KGB.. pissed! a
Alekssndr N, Shelepln, CommUllhtParty ,,,
els and business firms to get their con- U.S.O. heavy part In the coup.member responsible for supermin thel,

tributions into United Fund drive head ". all local organizations which KGB. was Secretariat made a full member of the ruling Prelim I IV

quarters on time, we are today using shows you that your contribution staysIn Semichaatn' chairman. of the Committee fur suu
full
two items from newspapers In other com Collier County."To Security and head the Central of the Committee KGB. was of promoted the Commu.iM to

munities where similar difficulty exists. meet the real needs of these membership on

The cartoon reproduced below In agencies, we must be liberal in our giv + "S'i'd: % i party.The security police may thus play a atronger-than-pr, N

'Others You assured that in each oudypredicted role in the Breznnev-hoaygin regime
Say" Is from the Times-Picayune ing. can rest 4 talked to here find it "striking" that nomilltan'
Kremnnologlsti
In New Orleans, La. We have, of course, case the United Fund has made a careful figures were rewarded In these P )'offs.

changed the figures to fit the local study of the budgets and purposes pre One analvst claims, rightly or wrongly, that this om.ssii. II 1
the idea i that the
United Fund goal. In New Orleans they sented by each participating agency. //QJ 'a1. at this particular kev role"time in "dispels the coup. His conclusion milnarechoed is '

still short After this careful this year's bud a who had pre
were over $70,000.The study, bv other analysts interviewed here \ i I

other item is the editorial that get committee came up with a realistic ouslv conjectured a strong military part in Khruihch y

follows. It is from the Key West Citizen goal of $70,388. The money alloted to \ A JI ouster. (But that no one argues the on military the Party didn't Central favor! Committee the

The editorial appears exactly as It each of these agencies is needed and is Irl change didn't or vote for removing Mr. K.I>

was In the Citizen, except that we have well spent.
SEEM TO INDICATE indeed
changed the names of participating agen "The United Fund is going to canvass that THE party RECALCULATIONS control over the Soviet military is being strength

cies and substituted Collier County where everyone In Collier County. Volunteersare ened, A./ S. Yepishev party watchdog over the Red armed

Monroe County appeared.This already organized to make this year's forces, for example was just rewarded CommitteeThe with a full membership

is of the first order but 100 cent In the on the Communist Part.Central.
larceny campaign go over per persunal-reuard nature of these promotions strengthens ( .
we think It will Interest both United near future, a volunteer worker, one of the belief here that the coup was a personal reach forpower

Fund officials and volunteer workers, as your fellow citizens, will visit you for (bv Individuals and groups) rather than a fight for

well as "Put-It-Off" Collier Countians, to the purpose of accepting your contribution. change changes In ma policies result.Kremhnoiogists or methods though of course, policv

see what is happening In other communities Will you be counted among those see signs that attempts had been made for

where United Fund drives are In who contributed liberally to this worth months to get Khrushchev to retire gracefully But Khrush,
ehev the word wouldn't retire.
goes
progress. while project( to make it an overwhelming

Here Is the editorial from The Key success by making your contribution as THE HEAVY SPATE OF PROMOTIONS and purges ex

West Citizen, the only changes being the large as possible?" r _. -..' .-' ., <<. "' """ .:.........'. petted in the next two months it is believed should keep
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substitutions abovementioned: Actually, there should be no need > .:: :?} ; .:. ', > ', ,":. '(;:..: the The Soviet Kremllnologists Union preoccupied Interviewed here think the Russianswill

"The 1964-65 United Fund of Collier for such editorials In any newspaper, but be so busy they wont want anything to happen which

County has been under for here In Collier If will rock the boat with the Nest In the near future regardless .
now way particularly so County The
Best of Boyle of harrassment Soviet leaders may develop later
almost two weeks. every resident will give something, no This reorganizing won't, of course prevent Moscow leaders

"Many years of experience In a large matter how small or how large, the drive BY HAL BOYLENEW from putting I out heavy packages of anti-Western

number of American communities has here can be successfully concluded In jig 1 propaganda. to be
But these public diatribes are expected accompaniedby
proven that the principles of the United time. YORK (AP) There months from snake bite, attacks continued private assurances from Moscow that Brezhnev

Fund are sound The business people Some few people have been heard to are always a few killJoy. by maddened sharks, and ambushes ... DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Jack and Kosygin want better relations with the United States
around on every holiday. by preying octopuses Ruby spent a routine day in his There is a growing tendency among some influential men
like because the United Fund remark that the United Fund has
V" tally it not They cant stand the thought B Is easier to shave In the cell in Dallas County jail Tues., in the State Department and Pentagon to believe those
corporatet one campaign for many tep stopped all the fund drives In the county. of mankind having an occasion mornings, U according to day, the first anniversary of his assurances.

rate drives. This campaign Is intended This is very true. There are probablyfour al day off from usual worries many barbers your beard shooting of Let Harvey Oswald.. This growing tendency to believe is being attacked
As Thanksgiving approaches, doesnt grow u fast now as it "He followed the same routinehe strongly by other diplomats and military men as foolhardy
to incorporate all the participating agencies or five other drives conducted here the cynic. murmur, "Tht does In summer follows on other days," said: They cite evidence the Soviet Union continues to be a closed

In one single drive. each year In addition to the United Fund. world's In a mess What have I You dont have to fret so Sheriff Bill Decker police state and that Red leaders consistently have broken

"If you will take a moment to ex- But, stop for just a moment and consider got to give thanks about? What much about being caught In a Ht said Ruby spends much of faith with countries that believed their assurances.
riot. Most
has anybody? people don't enjoy his time playing dominoes and
amine the following list of these agencies what confusion we would have If each If you art one of these gloom rioting when the temperature cards with guards assigned this 0

we think you will recognize that of the '10 agencies participating In the spreaders, take heed. There's drops below free ting. cell, which Is apart from

each one is worthy of your contributions United Fund ALSO conducted separate always something In lift to be About less now trouble the children start others The World
grateful for. Right now giving figuring vir. Ruby is under the death pen. Today
." drives. Quite a horrible thought, Isn't it? For examples tut will get its reward on Dec. ally for the slaying of Oswald,

The American Red Cross, Big Cypress So make your life a little more In a free country such as this, 25.You the assassin of President John By JAMES MARLOWE
you have Just as much right to don't have to listen to the F, Kennedy. A..ltt.4 l Press News Analyst
Center Boy Scouts of America, Collier pleasant by contributing NOW to the feel glum as the other fellow golfing nuts brag about their

County Mental Health Association, Future United Fund. does to feel happy Nobody will scores, u they have put away TOKYO (AP) Prime Minis,' James Marlow is on vacation
If all this holds true Itdoean'tteem
ttr Cisaku of
Sato
their clubs for the duration.No Japan plans
arrest
Citizens Gulf Coast Girl Scout Coun- you for wearing a sour wrll
face one has dropped a hydrogen to visit the United States In Jan. likely anyone be ask
Turkeys art not as large bomb in anger or by error. liar,, It was disclosed today in By HARRY KELLY Ing, "Whatever happened to Hu.
u
WASHINGTON (AP) One "
to be for this Tokyo. bert Humphrey?
grateful
ostriches, If Nothing
they were, the of the capital's favorite
guess
problem of what to do with Thanksgiving? Etsusaburo ShUna, Japan'sforeign sag games is whether Hubert H.
minister said .
Well think It over negotla.tlons
man
I others ,say'ITEMS Thanksgiving would be insuperable dinner leftovers When you, gJ;;{ right down to It, art under way with Amer., Humphrey's Incandescent spirit t NEWS FROM
will be obscured
CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Santa You Claus don't for have another to fact month up to you're riddled with blessings.BARBS dais lean has officials been set.for the visit No Johnson's long shadow.Johnson by Lyndon. B'; WASHINGTONASSOCIATED

himself knows the
ROME (AP) Italian film
Young People From WalU Christmas and you don't have to pay your producer Dino de Laurentlls hazards Like Humphrey he wone > PRESS
bill until the first of of the most celebrated
says he plans to make a movie per.
In the suburban community of Witts, adults willing to help. It wssnt long the year. about the lift of Swedish film sonagts on Capitol Hill, yet all 1

In the southeast portion of greater LosAngrin before the city council heard of the actlvltles. The national elections art BY HAL COCIIRAN star Greta Garbo. but vanished u John F. Kenne., WASHINGTON (AP) A federal .

a group of young colored pro* Some. As of enthuslaim the empty buildingsdisappeared. Watts over, and you don't have to lls. A toast to a new football Ht said Tuesday that his wife, dy's vice president "Whatever>, grand Jury has been Investigating .
pie decided to spend their time grew happened to Lyndon Johnson?"' the Baker
spare candidates actress Sylvan Mangano, Bobby case
ten to political point
stadium in the south Cheers!
rlng what they could do to Improve became cleaner, presented .a more IP with pride and view with alarm. e aPolitical : would portray Garbo and that was the joke going the rounds for six or seven weeks, It was
vltlnj .
their surroundings.They The appearance.community now has more pride. The world Is getting quieter candidates have he would try to reach Miss Gar. then. learned Tuesday.
turned the ef bo to ask her Acting Alt Gen Nicholas
down suggestion to collaborate on
The Beatles appeared on two
Chances are it will continue to raise It.alf gone back to not being From the beginning, vicepresidents B.
peaceful picketing.Instead the film, Katzenbach launched the
recent television network
from t down-at-the-heels colored pro. what they were called during had a lost feeling
they chose to make a surveyof section toward the goal of I wholesome grams; both times they won the campaign. LOS! ANGELES (AP) Stan The first, John Adams, felt he grand jury probe, it was under.
Watta to see just what they might do. less than top ratings.If stood, In the midst of the presl.
community The people hold their heads Ktnton, a leader of big-band held "tht most Insignificant of.
They found six empty old buildings that high and look to the future. you take the family to Some bashful I little kids progressive jazz, says he has flee that ever the Invention :; dentlal campaign. Republicansthen

were eyesores They found some ricketyold Those young people started somethingthat church on Thanksgiving morn. would be glad to wear false formed the "Los Angeles Nan.phonic man contrived or his Imagina.
fencing, and several rather hazard wins our reaped and admiration Ing, you probably will have less Orchestra," to play Jazz lion conceived" were accusing Democratsof
cue broken curbs, abandoned founds They are on the road toward full par.tlclpatlon trouble finding a parking place symphonies and other Jazz a whitewash In the Senate
done stumps and other unsightly In rlllz..n hl P. People of all than the Pilgrims did In fending works for large orchestras.Ht John Nance Garner summingup Investigation of Baker, former
objects. races will welcome them. Their pride In off Indians. !a"/ said Tuesday the orchestrawill his job in 1934, likened the secretary of aha Senate Demo.
The ypungMera organised into com self help and self Improvement merits The season for fighting crab. : make its debut Jan. 4 In Los vice presidency to a spare tires crate
mlttees, set to work. Some of them the respect of their fellow countrymen.If grass Is past So Is the hay ft.vtr Angeles' new 332.5-mtUlou Mu. u long as everything rolls It was learned that (the grand
cleaned up a few fences and lots and this spin) spreads there'll be little ..aeon. sic Center with a performanceof smoothly, little attention Is paid Jury was concentrating on sub.
made them look better. Others tilled need for the Rumford Art the FECP U you haven't been called In faces if they played kissing Friedrich Gulda's "Concerto tots poenalng documents.
upon citizens In the block to put a or the national civil rights law.--TurUwhCall / by now to explain your most games at a party. for Piano and Juts Orchestra." But even then a trend had be. The Senate Rules Committee
shoulder to the wheel!, and found the ( /.) Daily Journal recent income tax returns, the CUR to give the vice presidentmore plans to reopen hearings in the
odds art that you won't beat There is one thing certain responsibilities\ and duties Baker case next Tuesday

least before January. about fall weather QUICK QUIZ Herbert Hoover once said he
In the Northern Hemisphereyou you can't be at all certain' was the first chief executive to WASHINGTON (AP) Presl.
I rrf'r \ Goy are fairly taft for several about it. enlarge the field of the vice dent George Meany of the AFU

( .-...." ,, "... _...-..". .--....... ,'... .- Q- the V.S. Sen president by having Charles CIO told a news conference
1rfi.11I1 ::N); :1 t ,, ., ,\ ', 'Wm f ale meet for just two second Curtis attend Cabinet sessions"so Tuesday that the federation'stop
before adjourning for the he would know what was priority Is repeal of the por.
HALTER NAnC3OROIDC going on in the tlon of the Taft-HarUey Act that
: Labor Day weekend? executive arm of
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the permits states to enact lawsbanning
j CIITC A-The token session was government, and would be
5TAAIN."A"'A )( required by the Constitution better prepared to take over the compulsory union

ACROSS C: V C fAN. R I G. which prohibits either houseof presidency if needed. membership.

I IiiUuMrluuimini jj jl.I"(hili. tI niltl F I La C T. 'I t t- Congress 3 from adjourningmore count. Franklin D. Roosevelt del.. CIO Meany Executive spoke Council after the releaseda AFU

4 I, TOPIC lit C VAC R S than days-not fated important administrative statement which criticized the
I I'U without the
8 B.o andlutlm i5trn 1 RON t R .MA/Rlt, / s trig Sundays duties to Henry Wallace In Federal Reserve Board action
consent of the other.
lb: "lIlllI'' L I IN. SOAP S. World War n. Harry S. Truman Monday raising the discount
II 1 Title III: yapluu a F T A 00.8 0 VIIJ made Alben W. Barkley mem. rats to member banks from 1.s
(1'H.r.m' 40 1 1lutrm ber of the National Security to 4 per cent.
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T I A lit A. A R MA D A e..e..e..eee.eCOLLIER
U Rub!> irtx H OUI.mp Council, where he participated The council called for raising
14 ":. : : C. R Co S G A I N t D COUNTY NEWS to policy making the minimum wage from $115

16 1.1V :,lKk t rk t'.du"R r. D r. s Eo LI O I r R MICHAEL' CHANCE. Kit.PuWWw Dwight D. Eisenhower had to $2 an hour and cutting the

18 Du.nu,II Guddeo.. "t SOLUTION O. nSTIIDA 'UULI THOMAS MAVCN Awoclat tillerMARSHALL Richard 14. Nixon represent work week from 40 to 35 hours
2U t'ur "lIlIcl "qI"IIIIUII WYATT A_v. MiwtrALBERT him on various public occasions
- 1j J 49\ (Screw DOW ; l"OIl1UI OPOLKA. Mesh Su(*. both at home and abroad, as WASHINGTON (AP) Sale
"+wS "Z 1 ? 21 I. EAun.otl.itlu pd% I. aib. disc luU. DAVID HENMANSON.. Ctrl. Director well as having him join discus of Mrs John F. Kennedy's Vlr.glnla .
r..p ?i \11 11r.lhrr auras S Ihe..d MRS. LOUISE' DAUB Office MS'. sloes of the Cabinet and Nation estate, Wexford, to a Chi.na .
24 'Mono ,,ark! :I. ?wkag .pr.d Pu IIU.h.4 ..111/. .copt M-'"'.rne al Security Council. born Harvard graduate who
,t, \ hu..rd 52< Bt birth J. a.. 11 r"Or2i Me. Collor I.lur4l>Ceunty. Ml tit*ISifclitMlnf.ftrn: .M cIn :/. Kennedy' enlarged the Job a operates a New York Invest
I roll n rhruullh 4..tpiisude .bl. *.. Ml Twiiftn' : venue. South,. h.in. .. bit more, assigning Johnson to ment. firm has been arranged.
211 Tuwsrd \ I fit. tlHO Mart. *..d,... P. 0 the It was that
11"1111 H CrI\'bn S III unun3d a.. Bor.. chairmanship of the Nation reported Tuesday
: II. ,,'fI\ 35 "Iundel 6. Gram", U S.uIihLnJa T.i.phan.. MI4w. /apartments. Virginia hunt country at Aloha
j z i'j f 17 C'nl will be completed la mld-De.
'' w4r"I i r J l S I' e I' 0 0 0 Now it u Hubert Horatio
1\1\ Run camber. The for
asking price
cklP Kit** Humphrey's turn, and Johnson
a? M l .J !1 Euued .rsonsec1114.a7bleN apparently has no Intention of the estate wu $225,000. The ac.
!! 'v.IIC. toil sale not ell"
turJtet price was
One V.., fit S.. Mentht. S'M! shunting him off into a corner loeed.
r /If I" ., i" l16nHf Three Mentht S) rot He has already proposed that
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filet inJhei : Member. ef The Associated' Free. the government establish The buyer, Quill Non Wong
r ) Iii ze IJ.tu. Mich M entitle .......>veiy, te the aaofficial '1, his French-born wife and
HM tor repwklttetieii .0.N lecel residence for the vice
d mr I :newest Mwo "..... "IAt" la Ihia Mp r 'president their three children plan to
,l I furrofF 1u u ;:i U rlS I. J" I ..r..U veil ee ell. AP "... ,._IC_ move la la January.
; M : / IJ \I(. ha. EMaN II amend el... ......... ., But from present indications
r C/t/ZEI I' I' it H the f eM Office el ", .,.... ,-.... and reports the President has WA8HINCTON (AP) CIa'".
r I""IIIC .n.*r Act ef MercM. 1. ISWTl ,enough work lined lor Hum. mates
up ,
e 37 faculty and friends of
JI U J' J' 1< m... >. NEWS" ....._ 'C ,..... party I that he will have little slain missionary Dr. Paul Carl-
utnnrllly okiltty rot the mumaiMKraU ,., aI .........." leisure time at home son have
,. JI l"" .J' AJtag tlwluha S: ftM=r.:K.. In addition to established a memort.
the al
41 \ :: Ttw NEWS .son. fiMl l other vict. fund '? be run by George
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rsp.M.I4tty tee ". ..' t presidential assignments, Joha. Washington
help
,4T University to
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.br.J .... k.... th. sari IH>M es the keep aa ere on such depart. Carlsoa .
'f 1(1' ... 1. 144 44 hmdekrp pas, MC r.p.M c.KtII/ Math wu executed Tuts.y
/ > the .dwrf"s"M M weal: meets as labor, agriculture and day CongoltM rebels la the
Jr T (n* ;',, ,e.Yrv.5. I. tM .,.M I h.al1l1. at"Ift4 welfare Stanleyville
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3IT t'Yed .I.fest weu4 1'.ndu massacre Ht was s
:? F: 5C eancsS .......... TM NIWid and to act u a lltfitalng rod tor use graduatt of George YiI o1nctCII'
I/J .:It .ss Ir ,.uc. the "... N ,... say." ideas U goreremeot He may .
Medical
/A 0 U E tm.n .M I h .s ._IOt _' M School.
.... _. also matt we of the Mlaoeso.taa's .
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NAPLES Lending Hand $880,000 Federal 1uapUag t tot. II'.. ,"ni.s tu ,
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don rIItlt oducuii i for tin
M Notebook Funds In FloridaFor Of ttfUAf on (I I ii roll.
J ,Yao For Big BazaarThe Outre**'* I ii"' ""<'t "''u I. '
l'u'rtyVar TUMp1 Pi Harden i I
Naples tmlor Woman TAMI'\ jgene feral his I\oIl'f.tt: rn.uCOIV061 '
(Ceathmed! from y \1') -.1\f" *
page r.r r. \.'tub 1* cooporaMi with UM Ma. have .i toi' d i 1'1 f .dO, OO 1Het WM "(hit '',"(tlnnlui'
Pie Senior \YooIMII'a Club>> this (undi t? 51'1111.) ui Florida In till many prugrsnn a.- our im! II'
at the ChrlMmaa FHetaBa.raar lion and < reairlt, win!
r year war cm 1''t4ll) [iiogram.. ..
Thanksgiving at their ,house, on Rudder Rood which will Dot'editor S, "rada1, The Ibllal'"I(sigh C 0> u 1t y oat ---
from 10:00: a.m. to 4tOO p.a. school 11111"I, 82OOJTIt.dd :
Include their ''I' gut $ ,
parents, Mr end Mrs William Mumm Jr., They will tuhlblt and sell In the Inr i i i pr. {run to keep French Quint
and Mr. and Mrs. ...
Alex Ardrey. "Children's Corner, under )'oun 511'1. i 1'1'i school, by provld.
Mrs. Frank Dutrow is visiting heir aoo-in-law and halrmanahlp Mrs. Un aOe*> tar paruinm, j pb, !for them 8UB- Dies, ConditionOf
r don, babe, toys dresses, Md coast pitylo..ln: ,'. nrat.poters.
daughter, Mr end Mrs. S. D. Kdtopwb. and Jamie and i novelties, all handmade and don. burl' Rot MOOO 'to draft a rpro.rouoltv 3 Precarious

Brooke. Julie a student at the Bartram School in Jack- -" aced by the Junior Women. arum, program PAWS (APnrn, .r
sonville, gets home today the family. Julieis The members of the Junior In 'I'IImoa and other Mlla. Sambor quintuple' H.I, i
to complete
j f Woman's Club sewing Group trot borough official th Ml ,
Cway howls, the eight, iHn I
bringing a classmate, Susan Leonard with her Susan Linda Condon chairman Gall ,
r said 1,000 yourtteters wore HtaUh emote"" In'> .
lives in Caracas, Venezuela. .. .:!.'\ Tuttle, Ann Penrose, Jeanine expected to b* working by Jan. The' surviving batiks url
Three : '!J Taylor, AIM Miller Cynt&ta I at such! tasks aa taaofcera'! at.latanl iMiAOeM. st the i I"''tieiri I ?<
young people school in Delend Fla. .:
in at. ,
are ; King, Relay Rutherford and Jan maintenance aid, abate to kit Karuiii< i y
being flown in on a chartered plane to be with their ..7 Blankenahlp. Ian and mechanic at 78 cents to teihe. Doctors said then <
families for the holiday and weekend. Connie Work. The Junior Group was (tut Ion.d $1.15 an hour. tton would remain pn, I
Inger to Stetson e In front of the old Sunshine The idea la to Wake U Ida fur at leant 10 or I? fla,e.
goes and Tommy Kepp and Crockett Suprex Market yesterday and to. ,
Jones attend Florida Military Academy. day accepting donations on a
Crockett and his Itto..lM baby doll, layette and
parents, Mr, and Mrs. David Jones
radla. The clothes are all hand
Jr., will be at the senior Mrs. Jones' tomorrow Mrs. made by ladles of the Senior Wo. 1l 4

Jones' daughter Mrs. Henry A. Hughes with U. Col man' Club but will be told by iV

Hughes Becky and Andy will also be here. The Hughes I ; .r 1) the Corner Junior at till Club ChrtalnnaaBauar.Tho In the Children'.
live gre
in Panama City Fla. ti7r cradle li the work of the

; 1D IIR boys of the Senior High School
ON THE HIGH SEAS I Manual Art Class under the
Thanksgiving the Direction of their Instructor, 10 Yosrt' Aiding' b tl.nce In Naples
on for
high seas 12 Neapolitans. WtfjTAN'S Womin's'ciub ;
JUNIOR CLUB is working with the senior Clinton Smith ,
Sailing aboard the "Franca C" from Everglades today onan In preparations for the December 3rd Fiesta Bazaar. The Junior group e ResidentialCommercial \' ,, N, t Altvntlol'se

11 day Caribbean cruise are Mr and Mrs. J. V. Kealey, will exhibit and sell in the "Children's Corner- Shown promoting their RoiftU- Stone

Mrs G L. Cline the A. A. Andersons, Mr. end Mrs. W. W project are Mrs Reina Rutherford! Mrs Linda Condon, and Kevin Three languages art In. C l"'I'1I'.oJ.lln, Pancoest Mr. end Mrs. S. W. McCune and the Arthur and Kelly Condon. Proceeds from the program will go toward the nbed on the Koirtta Slonc
Holms. flag and flagpole for the new Collier County Free' Public Library First j inscription ii In the

There will hardly be time to breathe between tomor- addicts should head for the ancient lei, second Egyptian li In Demotic hieroglyph-end 1t

row's activities and Saturday night when the Naples Yacht .. .. beaches this weekend I hear at the bottom of the stone,
that a few days after a Springtide .
Club puts on Its opening gala. The Yacht Club has and a nice wind, the shells the again unit in Greek niewago: 1s written MI 2.2096 .18. alh St.: S

also been closed for several months to permit enlargingand :Isles Of Capri are plentiful.

remodelling so Saturday night will be in the natureof .,,].

an unveiling. By GAIL WINCHELL Phone t.U2.S'l04. f "

The Perrys are property owners NOW ROLLING IN.
I hero on the (inland and frequent tAmerica's
Cafe Owner Counts BlessingsIn t fPROUD> ,1.ltora. which goes to prove
that If you keep on trying, you're
bound to get a nice catch and !
they have done just that..moro most popular cars
Turkey Dinners Given Away i than once .
The marinas were quite busy
last weekend and the fishermen So place order Jar delivery' the beautiful( kind of '65 Chc\\ rolet
now on / new
DBS MOINES, Iowa (his) _. that It la a Cure-all: for their very successful Gheepahead your '
A Greek Immigrant and wife problem It sounds corny, I wore caught In great quantities I !Ihat'sriohtjoryou !
count their blessings in the know, but we get an Inner aa were snapper and trout. A
number of free glow"
turkey dinners
few of the luckier fishermencaught
they sawn at their restaurant The Sargents distribute tick.
redflah snook and
.fhan..ct vine Day. eta to various city agencies for pom.
The unlucky ones like
pano. (
This will be the 18th year that young and old alike. They .
mo) hid lots of fun catching lady
William J. Sargent 04, and his served over BOO meals last
fish and calflah..which be
wife, Arlje, 13, have opened the Thanksgiving and are expectingabout OF HIS CATCHis may .
catch
easy to but they're harder v
door of aargont's Cafe to 1,000 ,
all
comets Sargent crippled persons Thursday by arthritis M. A. Perry of Miami to get rid of. ft> h >j 'tai

"Wo sort of look forward to since 1152, does all the carving who caught this 71 V. pound Mr. and Mrs. Gil Bryan of
this every year" said Mrs. Sar. despite his handicap snook while fishing out of Richardson Texas, are spend.
Ing a week at the lalea of Capri I
gent, a city employe who lakes "If he was going to get $10 a the Isles of Capri Fishing Marina and Motel and
time off from her job to help plate, he couldn't carve with Lodge Sunday afternoon. relaxing. fishing
roast 15 to SO turkeys, make the more finesse," his wife said. .
tutting and prepart, the vegete.Wee. Their daughter Susie, 17, a high Moat of the residents hereon Also a guest at the tales of _
school senior helps la the kttch.on. ; UM ."Isles" are but) prepart Capri and Motel was Charley;. ; ".1'l"' _
Brockett of Miami. i IS
"This ta something we do our. tog for Thanksgiving and '11. He quitea
... My husband enjoys The cafe Isnt very big. ftseata changing tall tales about their fisherman and proved U by', '
taking home a Dice catch offish 85 CAwoMmj>o( Spurt t /
hunting and fishing excuralona. /11111
It.
doing Eighteen years ago about 35 persons 12 at the .
when he started he wanted to counter. The kids are busy being nice toIh.lr
sal people happy, He still does Volunteers will assist In I parents and teacheri .re. have Tho 1',\.pound Mook jidn-j '65 Chevrolet Impala U 'K longer. i,1\1'0'1.I '".\tOftI"'rtlla.", why If AUn't' think of them first )?;?,
port carda are coming out again a chance laat weekend. Har.
"We're under Illusion
not any preparations tonight. :loon. At least wo have a long ry and Bob Mager, staying at nlder-with comforts that'll' havo umny an ujw n ,ivu C'h"vrll//. ,i's J"'t airuwtl" l'a..H IIIIMth.\ .."
weekend before we have to the bias of Capri Marina and
.. .. . . . ;buckle down with our books a. Motel, also caught one the HUll

SPECIAL gain In an honest (1)) effort to day as M. A. Perry. They .. .
25 DISCOUNT
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make our parents believe wo caught theirs while flatting In

Now is the time to get your carpets and rugs 'are doing our beat Rookery Bay with live shrimp 't
*
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Cochran
Mr. and Mrs M. A. Perry 23''t I1t-
cleaned. We can remove most u ater and dog ,
TJ ire telling no tale when they say stayed a few days at the lalea
stains Satisfaction guaranteed t they had a good day fishing last I'of Capri Marina and Motel laatweek L .
Sunday. They did Mr. Perry and enjoyed some marve.loua .
Al/S CARPET CLEANERS } |caught: a TApound snook, while : fishing and shelling. .
nahlng out of the lalea of Capri Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Wuden.or _
Fishing' lodge latethat afternoon.' and the flyers of Fort Lauder.
For Free Estimate *
MI 9.9310 Foe! anook, nor the catcher,dldnt'remain 'dale, spent moat of their vac a.
i a secret long aa you tlon* out of the bios of Capri ;;p
4967 Airport Road Naples, Fl. ean: lee by the wide grla en his '1 Marina and Motel. 51

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COli Family

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[ News FrIll ( TO THE NEWBJKIW the 111111.,,,) ||i ".'. 11,0 iaiO', veil lion were i lusted, lu as" extend. beeed i u" the 110 i> II' i- at ,., M perut among(lac, machlnee. tai eta, refrtgera.tor .
CWOM) LAW DOCmItal. YORK-How I'll dl'lt' 111 ""i""i, !I''i''''? i I""i.' ih">t rJimi ; ad period it.nitin11I, I'I I I'' 'ivur. 'N. ;tP and other household equip,
at rlorl4li, .at to'ant loAd are residents of Colli,r iiKmtt,t' |t-( ,uh I i..Mi debt. A.of the beet.1. thl.y.ar, ...' I.I1.lIl'. .. r.r th, mi.hout, then*. m stet.
C.ulttv Records Gelding, \\u lu bMhOrJ A.P. County carrying at the present A '* '' KIII, however average, am.JMI* o< JnttalU t t.., the loral |tsq"d'' Uflft. n, e Mien, t1II' of every lottallment debt, which total
Arnl collectors. .CountyCommluldners lime Tho.) uraD! "ill, a-nh1, (happen tilt/ dill", II the Uiiuilttlel4' I *h"lf b.dnllaa'I' l i, u i ift H M ittH" 'a'' ', 'I''"'"nl'' went lor Ins btlllon nationally ie only
CHANCERY DOCKET lion tot IlIuance S d 4.th. pett.alter. What proportion of their towardiepgmsnt In. If we ruriuiit. rrnivenlc. tl allo ctrl furniture, lo) u ihtflMulpneflt ::1 ) tt ftifr ixinuiub u,000' !ripr, :pit of 'InktaUnient obll. tart of what people owe. If bankloan
eon goes itch month -- and tll.I !.-"h HOI ftjfUfTM charge account and mort.
p.flUlfcU TV Endell nate writ at mlUldlmu. Of their "vltMDtlhle pit family. hi -"il'rolIl1l1 the averageIOM. age obligation were Included,
Hutto divorce. state Road iHli .1 11l rtlre"1j11 lUl'tint ly County
This ti based nittfl tUlle ,1'101)l l l I .. / |tH family perm the grand total would be$378 bU.
ngeloPoerio on tudlel \ < n in in t < 'J .a i per
Marlon Park Knebel r Collier County TI{ rapid increeee in the ;'""''i'1 I .1 I 'mini, 1 imen- the ,tI lion
by unt '
the It done
riUy of MicUtaft'l country on "
Fletcher Knebel divorce et al Eminent Domain. debt In theOnlled 't"' 1 1 the .
amount of consumer "iwrilH
Survey Beeearch dDepartment bllf" i i I' .MI I 1' itwkeareh Center
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Barbara .__ center ui se i
W. Pearson f",1 I I S
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> Statti has been attract. "< nmerilil wilt .. ,
of d l and hie 10 of the members
Cnmmirce ofll iI.Umily p. i repine' n 10.11 percent
Richard E. Whttlock -non. in geographic termlnoloey,' ln| more and more attention lisa station, in j imall wooden. other. and Incmne Among famlltee In this country have autoiiiklellm A I 11 I the
aAtpporl the Downs ire In southern from economist and bll. kto,vThe "1 1 k 1' t"n Long IiIjnd 12 U S Senate are referred to as
Edith In Collier c'?WIt", It ciml lean |, fur it* to meet and that "
Eugenia Wilson vs Bar. England treat majority feel iiui in I 111'''' the "Back-Rowen.
estimated J780 per turtle have such debt <0 'urn. percent have debt on washing
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girls who eompte- Decker and Karen Hultsen.Mn. keep Monday In mind sine the discussion COI
lor an stably tits COUNTY NEWS Ht.. W1. Navimb.r 25 ,
, course in September S e e Npln 19(4 7
Informal"eat out" at the Scout will center around developingpbHH
Si,1 Seoul Nole'H eligible to wear their Noses The .
E.w. Ttmberlahe has next Leader's for a CouneUwtfc event
Mnoonoed that there. will been Meeting will not be scheduled especially for Cadets Senses Four-Year-Old
Tot he pointed (the ,
leader's meeting......1.d until after the holidays, but to tab place sometime In the IIhaw, Mated In gun a at their Mrs Ren.
)' MC ULD N.bC IiLRR. y'I for this month. Monday rUfbt. leaders are urged to harp In _...... Cadette leaden should Kills GrandmotherWith bedroom, and pulled the inner In her
troops now work will be Browse Night In M- touch with Mrs. Ttmberlahe check with Mrs. Tlmberl.... twice. Mothlnc happened
project./ (one plus, and at the Scout Howe, and Girl Scout Note,. Loaded Gun The child pulled the trigger
bonuses of our the Seniors MlI-.E8SEN.: Pa ap/a ud the
are once agakiplMf S e e Doll Center (AP) -Cel. fun discharged
NOTE ON Florida weather), .ring. to serve the popular ChUt CADETTE Ina 1 Hrttuhaw, 80, wee that to sh Itle_ Mra. l Kenshaw" In the
OPPORTUNITY: The state of New Yorkleads ..
REGISTRATIONI Mrs. Timbertahe to the a list of our Senior Supper to death( Tuesday by a pin held by ,the coroner said
All should Naples holiday shoppers Mark December 5th the Union in manufacture
troop lave regis- Iota office soon u have qualified! and on sour her_ 4.\ar.old great-crandaon.
and .
trader forms fUled out and S e e \ ", lookers. This U a Miendar. On that Saturday, of dolls Its more than < ,'i""er Stephen D
to serve as aide Yoney
sa"
project that netted (fee from 11 'til 350 establishment employ I
returned Imtnodlareiy 12. there will be said the but,,
to sirs. It has been Byrne Sander
announced who
wish take
to Seniors a bit of well-used added about 11.000 in making 4,
a /
E.W. Ttmbarlake, w !tibor- the/ recent Aquatic Aide hikes Cadette Roundtable In Ven persons picked up a 3g.caMber pistol RENEW YOUR .
on or ,
hood chairman. Forms and fog has been added he camp equipment last year and they ice to which each troop is be- dolls doll clothing and that had t been, lying) on a night. J.'VfR'S LICENSE'"'I 'if 1
Coo
; to : oif[ : Pat Geary Pat hope to duplicate stuffed animals from cotton stand
own be forwarded Its success. tog Invited to send two in Mrs. RenahaW bed. DURING YOUR '
money by proved list of aide 1 traliuix. Cathy Repose, Betty Scout families are urged to ..Idea people representatives pre other fell fur materials plastic. rubber and ruom, i to i eight \earll, Q'R1H' MON1H
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atHtieiis|, nisi rnl|+:}rie II were UUi k in the Cuumbas; 81)&rill
: 1 Lets Go and that IS channel baa
U well M a number of troutwere
boated by Mr. and Mrs II
Hugh Wiilfuii) or Howie, Md.,
J Fishing who wio fishing' with John Bren.
nan and Lou Behnke of Miami ,
Aboard the "Hesperus," cap- : ( )
I tamed by Pith Simmons of Good. R T S
land, Mary Wood Dycbes o. ,
, Naples boated two snook, five

I reds 11 of tacks snappers and a and mixed sheeos.assnrtmwrf 9Lx . . . .

By VICTORINE Ml I WHY head. 1 ... FI.? WM.l N*..ml"f 21 194

Barring any morn westerly Schmidt, party returned to the, NIGHT FISHING
,
blow., Thursday could ha a redo Ova docks with a catch of 51 Night fishing U getting very <
ho hoUday for reds Just alx>ut m.I'Jt'rpIA popular In the Marco-Ooodliuid
j everywhere from Wiggins Pas mixed catch of mackerel, area, Jennie Whitfield of Ship : Season Opens
to Cape Romano. Even Naples blue fish, blue runners, lady flab Ahoy reports. Hank Keith who
Pier reports big redsbelngtaken and ixxiitu also was reported by skippers the "Sheryl Ann' on
With occasional catches of trout Regis fishing with a party from moonlight sslls.! reported that
and pompano. Syracuse, N.Y. The visiting Mr. and Mrs. Max Han and Al ; T Park
Snook are moving In also In anglers included Larry das Crego of Benton, Mich. reeled
waters around Mm, doodled tome, Pat Peckard, George In five snook ss well as.11 large ?' vw .
and Cbokolo..... Mackerel Wyuka and Barbara Andrew.. reds. i, Queen A tbhai, Roque, Jet
action In the Gulf has tapered Udyftoh, known to anglers aa i it Charter, C U Later, Ketcha
off although guide boats out of(he TARPON ROLLING the "poor man's tarpon", have NO ECKI ----This fine filly Admiring should never losea i t: :Berg and Apple Core.Tropical .
pporffipot at the dive report Tarpon have started rolling In been hitting well In the race by a neck The two y\'ar.old: shown in the stable at i I will offer$1.4 millionin
mackerel are plentiful far outDMT the Caxambas Bay area and C apt. Gulllvan Bay area, according to Aqueduct, is owned by Mrs Ethel D. Jacobs and trained b\ >I i purses built around 12 stakes
the grouper fishing grounds. John Stephens of the "Golden Capt. George Teaney. Guiding flinch Jacobs. Snappers u U'Uallrt holding Rule" out of Ship Ahoy at' Good. Henry D. Garde of Baltimore, 'ey with a minimum purse of $2,.
their own, and fiahingfor sheups. land, reported Jack Jensen of Md., on an Inland water cruise, biting I 500, climaxing the meeting with
well Reds
bead couldn't be better /Ju/t about Bt Petersburg boated a 79 the pair took In a large number to In at are starting * * I 0,000dded) ( Tropical Park
come the Vanderbilt
everywhere In Inland waters. pounder, perhaps the first of the of ladyfish u well u four reds Beach and ]Handicap at one mile and fur.
area Dave
Few reports of kingfish have fall season Howard Gaston of and five trout. and Howard Johnson q !long on Jan. IS.
been made the part few day., the Isles of Capri, also fishing After an extended lag, fishing lion House,Speyers Naples of The Man.back I. Hialeah open. Jan. IS and
but Mr. and Mn. Carl Bpancen. with Stephens, bad 10 tarpon for silver or grey" trout In the to Kappaufs dock with, came several / I stream Park takes over on
berger of Naples, aboard their Jumps but no luck. However, hf Gulf Just north of Naples Is 1 14 to end the season Ap.
cruiser the, "Carlu" out of the settled for 10 big red. picking up, according to Tom good sized reds u well U a I ru! U.ALL..
quantity of and
BportSpot came back to duck with Mr and Mrs. T. Brown and Kappaut of the Gulf Coast Fish head Mr. snappers and Mrs. Gene sheeps.Howe/ .. David Lyon I i
,
two good sized kings as well as a party of Naples aboard the "0010 Camp on Horse/ Creek. also of :
Naples, reported somegood i
patch of black grouper den Rule" had an assorted catch "Strong westerly winds of the .EASTERN SCHEDULE
Major John Regis guiding Mr of 17 reds, two snook, and past week have kept anglers In silver trout action In the Tile 1964 football season NE' YORKAP( ) Columbia'-.
and Mr*. Bud Schmidt of Naples shonpsheod, snappers and trout. protected waters," said Kappauf, Gulf near Wiggins Pass.LOOKS cesses of history, which backrtbtll team will plus ::
and twin dautfitPt mill >" " ,wed by Tim Boyle aboard theguide Tenn., also fishing with Stephenson blows, trout fishing should be Fletcher Bitner of the Marco the desk of footl.allitems but thr Lions won't nittat,\ .
boat, the "Spunky", ran Into a three-day cruise, returned good near Wiggins Pass."
Island Marina looking for some It has been a trying All ol their garniait' in/ th>'
a school of ma'kt'iti in tin. with 62 reds, seven snook and a Mackerel are still thick "excellent holiday fishing" and his staff. In difficult Aberdeen'r Bait
Gulf u well u some bonllo. The score of mangrove snappers. .winds too strong for small boat them
given by Naples I
decreasing anglers to venture winds and far,continued but with Bruce Volunteer Boynton work, and by Hank I I r .'

warm weather, Bitner holds an
optimistic look for the remainder the problems associated i
rT/c of the week."Snook "They have been a great
frirnilli ;air reds and trout are to be WaiMns has been serving
found Just about everywhere but man In recent seasons. I IQ
winds have been too stiff for any to be effective teaching
concentrated action," he said. the team doctor, and 1
N'iltci rs'irtfatry jrienat, ana cnftonierf. However, encouragement was advice at games.Dr. .
.. noted Tuesday, he reported when Gore has aided the
the commercial trout flee went former Quarterback Club
out for the first time
a since the
very The Naples dentist's
blow and a lone angler' (unldentl.
fled) returned to the marina docks mouth Injury case last

ltca and 11oanti with one snook, a red and some C e
tHy
V la/fly, f f trout all within a few hours Cheerfully providing GAS

games this season were
shore, and Hank Watklns.
Fannie Cuningham
e .

chanksiyin Wins Palm River dule.Coach Two-year Morris already Is HEATING

Club Gals' Event Venice, Sebring, Fort Myers

Members of the Palm River does not anticipate trouble &

Women's Golf Association play ings.He
hopes to renew again
ed In an 18-hole and a 9-hole
with Fort Myers If the
Galloway tournament in yes. date AIR CONDITIONING
terday's weekly outing next year so Naples
Fannie Cunningham won the AA teams. Fort Myers and 'IN THE SAME UNIT
Fridays.The
18-hole tourney affair, posting six schools presently I
a net 74. Eleanor Grim and TROPICAS now off." a window
Flo Brossart tied for second Miami Central, Okeechobee, or wall hating end coolmf
with 78. LonnIe Von Ullien- Fort Myers All will play at unit which combine the beet'
that with a net 39 won the Naples has romped to ttalutti of both gal and eltc
9-hole tourney, and Grace Mooney, the only Class tnclty, aiiuring you of' .f/IC/ .n''
rr Gregg was a close second with Three prospective new low coil operation No vent
t fOe Morris about getting on the "..ded, and ach unit corrwi
It was announced the ladles One advantage of a losing a 'liv. year warranty

will play In a blind bogey tour that It makes the Eagles Call TROPIOAS edict fat d..
that think
d eny next Tuesday.Ninth may Naples will toils el' this new unit for homo
cause of a losing season this. and elfin' tomlort.TROPIGAS' .

Carolina; foothill coach
It was a
pretty satisfactory
Jim mkCpllyed Itilbuck at
scene. Michigan won the
I'llha'TI&Mftrl ,indo t ail Voles,
Bowl berth for the first
trast to ire: Wolverines' "
years 1 attended school .
college paper I !
Huron won the South
breaking the three-year

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Free class of wine with your dinner

Tom Turkey with Dressing and Cranberry Sauce p From our forefathers comes the tradition of Thanksgiving .

Rout Duckling with Dressing and Oranirt Saute as a time to stop and consider our blessings

Raked Virginia Ham with Pineapple Saute .; : and reverently to render thanks to the Almighty for a

a Prime Roast: Rib of Beef An hi 1 1 all the good things in life. Though their world was fUl of ,

Broiled Red Snapper Almondine! trying problems, they met every difficulty with hope, faith

K'k,'..l l I'tatoee I t Sweet! Potatoes }. IJ and courage. To them we owe our precious freedoms,

= t L $ our richly fulfilling way of life in a land of plenty. May we

Choice of VegetablesT .' be ever grateful, ever alert to protect our priceless heritage.

or Coffee; = Mince and pumpkin Pie


Italian Bread and Butter '

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Noplo. Pis., W. ,, Novtmher tl I9M 9




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58 In Naples Cruise Club






FOR m To Take Caribbean Trip rL4ii



Fifty-eight member of tfcNaples tow aspects of Ufa ell the >.itt 1

Cruise club wit bout m allow"

w m mm YOUR NEEDS I he good ship vnadn in Mlam One "i( the( i Intent pl1'n' ,>

>n Saturday tit t 4:15 p,m. for i a Of the dub has been (hiMinn 1

4I even-day haul cruise of ttearlbneaii of I w.ik ,
(Hitting In ram .., ,AeaiiUP ,ill the beach n TIltand

CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS 0 time at tie, more picture!*-! nell Keewalefn.Sp"1r

si!and*. i 7 large TaMtlui.st) le shot!

"This will be the highltcM of kejberue equipment dockli: II 1 i-

ANTIQUES DRUGS LAWN CARE he year F fi'i r dub member*," milted Hid all the amenin"s

1 spokesman announced Twent,] "... Island"! Is In constant II'ibjr '

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP PRESCRIPTIONS A'' light of the iimp I will leave 1 Hale members and "guest

R. Fluid oM > b) bus at. 12.30 p.m. on 8at A new projeit the club m' -I I ---- -
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ACCURATELY l\ inlay mliers have planned moHl' SJHbltlous to date, la the f.II'i Ilia.

LARN SHRUB owls to drive to Miami Men ol the Florida Cruise r ma. I
989 Airport R....
Y Pr.mpf ",.. D.Is.y 1. Announcements 23 Muc For Sale 50 Rooms For Rent
DON'SGift. CARE The Cruise club, oneotNapl ell, a federation of similar Auks

I test organized and most anti"<. throughout the Mate, tor the pur. "UtA'S lU'At.TSAI.OS ,1' 10" t'.hl I Aenr.. .
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LIGCETT REXALL a' ., dlo .1",,, a"I 'I '" "
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J..Ir A.'I. ,1 l- fun" clubs, is comprised oft poll of exrhanflng upotOodate in. 10" Mh V V>.ulhOrn I, ,. A Mi.".' ,'Ill I Iiltri : .
NoI.. Sh.pp+ c-. 2-2'36 lundred families whose hobby it. formation on the constantl) Mh "vat at Illh Ml Av 2 *M'IIS & I', 11,1", 6 P M

BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORS SERVICE STATIONS .mall bi.atlng-. Dinner meetlnfi chmjlnj waterways and the stud) II l WI't TS and jI.-can;-.bib -Wanted To Rent
II, ,, .I a/a./ LY.tr.Il. .
aN
YOU
ire held mice a month durlnjrtJeh of boating legislation. A Urge UNIFORkISsue All Nols. .,. .' ,It "pnn.r. II N. 1.51.. ... I". ,I,,,
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ROSSI' Bob. sft'k >, > NAPLES PEST / organized tripe are plan joint meeting of the Council la and 10 11'11'ur5., w. "'... added i eo ?, I ,. c" II .'.t Iingl .r PA... .n, \,", MIII :

St. Ml.2-4449.. CONTROL 8 0 B r S led for members' boat, flshlni( slated for January, to be boated 1.100. ulaLINNIg'1 "r' I
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.Ir J.I p.rtsbliehw.eA
1Th.... Misty BorbcTwo GET RID Of no '---
('hanged and films on var the William IHDP i Ml WANTED TO RENT
ei rooienaMo
SERVICE SERVICE Ida by Naples group. NI1.0 w hbe n w ,
NAPLES SNOPPI' PEST tens NeMr ,, PI.Co run Tl/N SI t *, r **." ho u.. or p' a In
Maitr Baibe0pn ., NH.H' STATION C. Drutnneller Is commodoreof p01, I.,.* .living. room Not ", to
0.
DAY .,,
'"'" the Club. J .... Old Prlir ,",1,,, .s "
Mechanic R..dSNVic. Naples '
-S,30 E.crp, S ,. VIRA THOMAS 26-Penonil' tnnuol INN, ,mmd?'. potoouren
Men End Orgy Ha,. REASONABLE RATES ." duty WI,..... Work and planning, however OrM All"r"llor>l ef sea h/MI.! ........ Mil Mid

N.'u.1! Way 4040 North Trell Ml 2 M87 CountyCourt will go by the boards for the week SeMlelltln (vend >11/17 Gee! '"M "UOHIKIC' An, ONt MOOS TT/H I'

UllKf Hlr To"'clnq''e' Call Day or Night Ml.J.7695 at least, when on Saturday even Ml. t-fS" M.n o> omn .,>k 5rn.n5pabl..n.

CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIRJERRY'S Ing It will be "Look Ma, no Ml'" 1"\1. ASS V1.a'I lor, Htl 15. tai.illy k, Slllani 55-Storei Office

hands!I" as they let the skipper 3-Bot.-Moters Accs.IHI won" n.nd 1004'01'"i ,n I./N

RA NCE of the Ariadne take over. 11 I.pi"sl,'II'C"u'C". A.. ..Anna.". tass M .ell.. QHlC snrS Inn I..I. I ,
JAEGr 01
O'OAY I6S I Mh A :
ERA V ,. t'j! I Franklin Hutson (Hudson). By way of bon voyage, the Plbersla.Ilbal. ," "ChI., S 10 P 1004 Colony Ml 14.11 rorp 'I'I ,, ..1'
fAMONE I / .. Club held coci. -
DRY CLEANING Cruise a gala '
SAVI..oNI"-IA" A''IN' with FOP] HlKT"
six filed
DAY C *T t/ charges again tail party on Saturday at the CHUUCHA'TtUiwl 33-Servltes Offered Lira. tlni. o> oilin Mtlh 1' <'. '
\ auto-NOMoNEA Half ur full/ him 5MIi eq.t 5.hea/e ,,. .
I" filled In .
t \.J to appear County] A. Vmlri im 11 l ldi.it.cn 10">
SERVICE S soi* N..I. Edgewater Peach lintel The .whhmil.. Chrlt Crtfl t."s i
NAPLIE sMOppNG 1,11.,5
CINTt:
k Court and Richard Ml I Ub1
I Monday Judge Sob M.rtm
NOHTH TRtIL' Ml 1-"" NORK ofAKANfffBOll party, which included a buffetuppr SEA WALLS Mallant ,
842 6th A".. So. MI. 2.7390 M.Stinleyordered estreat a for ninety was chair S. ntie' THE QULf REAL I Y i
5/h A** So HI 1 HOI Plant. 'o'u outrun WOOD MOCM Sit Uh Av. So"ii'
ed the six bonds which had beet C. ."| In eomrl
manned by Mrs. H. C. Stone Sale! ., tM k..ul.lul 17' C",.. Foundation Piles

UPHOLSTERY posted In the amount of $350,. burner with her committee of Cfi". Twin' ,npn.tad.' Lunit.
DRIVE INS JEWELERS rindtr S. rthLight S7-Houts For Sale
O.plh Whips
Docki-AAooring
Charges against Hutson we rei Mrs Marshall II Austin and Cu.lem midt iu.M.nS.i

RIRGLR5 ti11u LI TROPICAL vagrancy and causing: a disturbance Mra Henry P. LaUberty. 14 Cock Pit C.v.rt1,100. AOIN Aulemtlio" by1Nh1ABBOTT AVAILABLl' NOWH" Two. '
C.H MI I 111* ." MI ,,
t'.w flH1YP JJ25k.fiV MEADORS'JEWELRY '. ,,1 J; <<:; t DRAPERY ) resisting arrest without l.rn inn >liaise_ .lltr. *)*, ,lira..*.'''''m.loll .?..Ill rn,.' h.l i ier Ih''

violence assault and battery ,,, Cf / I lumlrtumfcott. Radio Road 'pi"
\ ; 17 ft. CII f wlr )
[
an M rtZ'u"/J ,: .n I I.f\ PHOLSTERY Claim Bass In Ire' surlcint and top 14IH t UtI P>M*..) r Lin: :, Ilhs/t:, l ,I l! "sMO
loll ,
t
destroying personal ,
property] T.. IS NP1 Johnwi Motor elonnj cat% CD .1
;7-h ... t'" :t: fREE .. ...I'
f trespassing public profanity lik.I, new Trailer A I tondilimINO from 1 *m Pm ,
MI 1-5"0 .IMATII. .' will Ud lor jMietrM tuml.v Ironi i pm in s i. "
n'llpn Ml | (Oils 1":1. .. 36Wnt.d To Buy
5, ,.. 'd. wt .,,,.,. / In 21 other cases Included: in S. Florida Die >N.r I' M PM t "lt Year "P"" l..n'. M.rb" I II
/V.rlA T./ wild tlty limit f 'if TM AV .o SI2 9th Si. No M,.2339)K the long docket bonds were fl/ll It12Help U'M p. Sap troll. veinMu .,........ V uai. f "II ..

ordered estreated when defendants ': ... :M.In1.n.nCI and I',n 'I'r\!/ ,Prep rd 'a"R8'f' I II.OIthiA HhTI I

failed to appear In count Of Overeating Wanted "; F.IITATEMAII.f.II...


The following forfeited bondi Why da baas rarely get over IItION WANTED t. 'sr-s 38 Autos For Sal. a NINlKilm NApll1: VIIIAll PLA ,

EGLEE'SBig a on speeding charges: Rlchaix 10 pounds in South Florida whilein ..eneSmn/, ,Prsdutls..add Collier, C. clip ,
1t..I. MUtf NI a'a.
"
A. Jones |2S| Fara o. West Central Florida bass are foundIn god .f"l"f, vi., oroond No TOP OftAOC UllO CAMt'OI.I.IER M 10 Ire Rlgl' I It.
.
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( ..,, ... II...
man S26j Harold U Brown class .allot "u. w. .. N.-/ II1..t
rU) tha 15-pound ? "Ktli ''
II, Mempl.e.Tmn. COUNTY
Ins.' fA. t. ; ,
r-1,1 I"
)2S Tomas R. Torralbas |25i William L. Weggener and rl.l i "
HAZLL ABRAHA61Buh "
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N E R BY MOTOR '"", < 711.1'
aa James W. Koehn $30t Marl of the Flor. kwiih.r .
m ; Janus p Clugaton Short *rrtr Cook. tnd Jl" u'"'" '" "
. Thomas Ida Came and Fresh Water Co. Phsn. Ml Slits SI. Corsair MiXMi Aid* T,." '' N. ". I.,.. I ISrh.el
. . . . __ :: "" C, Rave $25)) P. Man II ItCock. II Ch.vy! Novt Ipl C p.1 .pea' 6o0 I.. I,

ly. $30. Joseph G. Wayne. $26, mission experiment station believe III ai Ply iT.W.I 'I". ,an I 1.11.: III t ., .
rrlll-C xiUi., Salad SI. C.< Cow Air 0
JtJ- they have found the reason. t, (
Carl C. Atkins. $25| Hector eitn. Pelt. r* CONBU'i(
I I I I R.T. "0 Frank W. "South Florida boss figura Women Porters, Dlihwaih- M W.I AT VINCE
Zayas | r.:1.lat::: :
F HI Pm .
to death Air 111lh. Ave P.be'
eat themselves
( John Stull took honors Paul's Texaco Marco Island game and scored a 554: ser Taylor $26j Russell 0. Me lively era, Bus Boys Waltrtisvs, II 1 1 i-isar 4 Or a.<. 4 .OMO! MI I 1 \IU
Big their "With an
says report. Hrtakfast Cook, W0<>0 CHUYtllHrtYMOUTM .
in the Constructloneers League Development moved out of the ies. Herb Lee a 538 set, Gene Fadden. $26| Douglas P.Slnael abundance nf ''''*1 and a lone Makla cT.'x, .". sad'en.

when he blasted cellar by winning three from Tillman a :212 and MO, Ken $3S and Wilbur W. Lome $30 uas* die of'dd Desk C'ltrka. Morning and North. Tr.nl!.... Ml, I MM .. I ball. MliM Cl hnuM ''''
Monday night growing season, work. ....l III %M
a 532 series Dewey Other bonds forfeited were evening shiftgone! '41 COMET Whit .u,."'..l .
the pins for a big 244 game Anchor Lounge. Troplgas took MoConkey : age' without living very Must furnl tr. ..., .ho 0,5 ......, ...N.. Laalebuf8V"1ffTh ""
and tallied a 611 series. Young three from Plrtman's Funeral' Wright 214-t64. Arvlll 1101- lector R.T. Zayas no driver;, long." lug renditions. 155' I y. .utronlM, ..C.l.lcoMllllon 1 ASK ABOUT our i BHi'.m ." .

for his and Brookslde moved land 200-696 Carroll Arnold license $SOt; Roben P. Foster In announcing results of a tour.year .h good referenceIloll.. lint \ awntr" .WIIIc ..' *I i I..I.. '' '! ,. 'II'
Jimmy Haynes trying Home .pt olds Guar smell ::;: : , N Vl;: I I": :, II
No and <
first 600 series rolled games Into a tie with Plttman when 639 and Red Lord (38, Gene Improper start $35| Earl W,. scientific study of fish con. day Inn, ffth St ''W.ind labs, user Payments ,1. 1111011! I -ith M0.nl T'I II I. "
;
of 191, 201 and 204 and a 586 they took three from Swede's Dye missed a triplicate by Yaryan speed too great $36; ervatlon. the commission found 10th Avo Apply In person ills -tiN 're I U II U Ml'W N S..f ArJfNI ut .Inn.Itut .I i

when he rolled John A. Miller from that the average Florida freshwater to Mr Dudley, no phone tQ'lSwmtyNled/ ..,.
leakage
pins iM
four pins short. This was the Auto Trim Bob Moorhead of sight games Cerwrllkl:* One eomir IfIMI 555 < "'*): pii> el 170,173 and 17.. oil tanker $35 L. Cook game flan holds natural rail., please. "." 6t din .r ....... >l lli'.< il work ,
highest yet bowled by this young the Palm Lake team was high' Larry PbwqMI.h.M. thu'.' oIu 45 ,... OM of .u'
dds of I to 1 against ending b
bowler. The leading Townsend man of |the night and carne o o failure to yield right-of-way, a hw* and line upon nwiwHtr. ........ "Wisiboy M,0"1.\-\ ::',1'' ""WILLIAM.... II tNI ""J

The Thursday.. night leagues $39 Lucille Mason profit. wonlod Applir: m f rtn It' .......
Team continued to win as they close to a 600 when he turned Other interesting fishing facts N.BI. I V..N clui,, 1411. An H"

took Standard 011 three to one. in a 596 series using games will not bowl tills week, Thursday language, $36| Rufus J. Dalley, ,. were established In the project omio Soulh13Help. it/ia. It B.", *lr. ele..le 55.545 loG rat" it N. T'r.-T.Ml'risii1uoarl'B1 ;

Dewey Polly Realty made It of 170, 225 and 201. Jimmy being Thanksgiving. The Improper driver's license,$2C| Involving the world's meet es. W.our.n...tr loll. rot ..."011"w'" vide..". } kl It krtftif r...ll,,n < ',

three over Sawyers Carpet and showed well In his second Wednesday leagues and the Friday and Fred L. Commodore, Jr.. tensive fish lagging program Wsnt. Female lko *v.r /Nyr fll: CH Ml' 1.71., r.ctfrli.nl Buy
Haynes r M ..,. niaMtIIMH AND P11 J K
bowlas MARLOWE
will no unauthorized
brakes$36 Fish.
league Florida
Tile Naples Federal three and when he scored morning ,allowing! the annual Schllts
league M_.i.lo PMI" WI < Tom's American one. Moos of 206 and 192 for a usual. person to drive $35, Ing Derby. dell l.ortl.rv SoakkMpotMuM 111 ,lit AvMl '.'.>
games and Improper lights $36. Since the derby first began in k.* rkfitl.xl wtiH MINI 41-TfutV TfsctorsOMC / ',/II! l 140'l ',""
three over Boat Haven David tossed s 900 -
Lodge 639. Lyon than GCootagg.d salt hind *r oeuiiiioMMil led n*"o JWRTriBirtrDTtilS 'f I I
1981 more
Allied took three from A Thanksgiving Day Sweeperwill ...It 5.ahheSpln. tklllt I Oo, h.ItOLEMANASOYC 1
(no
Paving Hwlroom
I Ire
l Iii
be running at Brookslde BAD CHECK and fresh water fish have been .Mk HHIudt ., ..eoMomtrkina nuns M '1\,0,
Schreck Construction and the for "' lenditiom" Coll Ml <...
.11'
returned to state agencies -
Police moved a notch Thursday with squads set Walter C. Marshall paid a 7.141 ...J.lII" Tli* km ,., rur moMrM1KK Sl N.,, 11I1' .1",,
Naples up t
study by fishermen who recover INtII !Lr'J!_
when took Jimmie Howell for 400 p.m., 800 htt%. and $36 fine on a worthless check pals wsnsedALIp .. OMC, ..
in the standings they ed over $M 1,000 In swards rang crr,; H.h".Y Tkrt* salson'' '
be scratch Leasdr, I* I -) 411. ** *l 1'1t.m :
0i30 p.m. This will charge. Others paying fines In- Ce-e Ill// i
Allied Paving No. 1 for three tog from its to $10,000 for their KOQlierl aft "

points. Some nice scores roll* Member Of and/or handicap. Cludedi Joseph F. Nemechek: contribution to conservation. and w.'"... fir 5,t..I1 CMhdcdl.l ens, niLad's' ,
New Msf' ROYAL MANSOW
ed were Leo Sayan 203-S39 Jr., no valid driver's license recreation, Wrrl Collier County N.II/ilai: 4STrsll.rFor Kent Mess tllrciv. 7 kdktm >,,,, ,

Red Lord 210-550j Ron Town- PINCLANM $$26| John H. Trust Improper In the fresh water study, IS,. Hit AM w/11101V" *1N'. an ouUH"" "/itoverlo ,

send 202-528 Mike Pike 200- Marlowe & Beck Some big scores were roll lass, $35| Marlon O. Cheney, 109 tagged flan of 10 species lee'.l"Vri'titii.,5.1 lull."1....,,'"PI.. Tt.,5'I' a ...a., 0"w.aa.... at >II was merle*.vied'ln. N.>..l*.. model B.v' 'Its,

the Contractors valid driver's released in 120 lakes, rU"H" eocS ( r... Tit l h./ Pub46Trail.r llrtd ..!. ..
209 ed In Monday Night no license: $2S| war w.ak rtion lor lnlr, rMrdiM n *
Earl a lonert .
Campbell .
6231) canals la the stale. ..r Im Ins wnIMluMMnII5 ond ko
wltliCeneTlll Fred W. Bell no valid driver. streams and : newcli." ll ,
Marv 199-528j Tom League Still ll/tl MLd Parks{ Spat vrcfttttd/ al.gar. win "
Llghtner Mi
., man way out in front as he shot license. $25f W. Clare Crandall Of these ,079 large mouth '. .. lew Mint I ..., for ......"H
Eggleston a 648 sent Ev Bald- released and 17. lor p rw *t tmploym.l (.. n.n.'Nn '"'... tiwl mat ttM. Ml MMl .. di <.
win Fred Hartford games of 237, 31 and 182 and speeding $3S Willie a baas were tl Prlftr, O't ClttiunlDpl nol Beck It..... hufn.*..',' le Nepal! Horoor ofli'O lo
198-543 d
| j cent returned the largest Maw 5e ere**io ,. ,., Ad STy t./IS I .lMOVAL !
s great big 606- Just 34 pins! Wood worthless checks: $24 per heed iroflina 'PlttM. ...plyn MMOO'olil arl5 "
andCharlleCrUslera560ongamea
200-547 Bud Cross 2121 catch of tagged rarl"". This Turn 'IM I: In//I" oil INS l .
? away from a 700. Jack Hat and |50| James A. Mallory any p..M. rr.lrwrt L.asdyite ..toc r no.1 155/ Mrkilo MAKBOrJ t*u .o1
Imttrated that large mnuth baa IIOpi M::vM (I/II Ml ,MIN,. I kcir wall l Iwo l.r a*
of 184,181 and 185. cher reached a 697 using a speeding $30 and failure to are the easiest Florida sped ;i.j"Tit io i'A,!, lye M wttorwty Id ''I.I: lI.da.ped

225 game and Tex Ktverman appear $50| and Edward W. ,i ... Oull OHM.or* For HeniffKioiMy ,. sM... s.e.Nled.
e to catch, and are either more AiumTiMim' Itl T.rHk W I* 48-Ap. .IssIn,1 N5511.s" 5gat

It was a battle between the also chic to 600. tossed S14 Capenoo.ImproperdrlVlr'sU- eartleas of hungrier than other .r end Mi"g a.,room s.1"d W/W lang.. ".t'"I

in and a Iv-n. Carl Armbrust tallied cense. $50.Court kinds. Wanted Mal. I Apt "..' CotliweMIHyCou'l : ,ily nA u.ivm daN, "i Ithl>I.I
and
first second teams 14-Halp
place with 208 M_.. I/MI I ..lea. M* d.ily '.".: I i ,,
a I" a of $12JO C.II.
costs werepaid
game
II '
the Monday night Commercial I Iwo I"" I.n. Ml It"
at. !liar. .1 i "II'wr rolled a :203ga and the case Ear Vou'S ml" 'or MO.k work n I'' "/
and I
League as Wimps Texaco t ", urged Finds Shipping To Dan's L.f|.1l PJt.tH PurmtliI k4r...*r d-VI.< <, .., ,,. ,
"" i 11.1.1 i set. aoOgsme W. Matthews Jr. with tp/reIrI/ .51 Nt It s' rh Wr.n J I 1'\tlT I mti / koll I.
Pr hm'e Atlantic Service split N ,1.55 P.rk Woul/ .' 1..,
two and two. Wimps' winning ..en' T I ie,I by Gene{knacke petit larceny was dlJmlssed.CaHaga.natRonnJal..D&ker. Cuba DecreasingMIAMI l'';;;ii. 7 J.r iIHft 5554B APTS i1 .".,... "> "".... 15..1... ,"IJ .
'
TIDE I I
.4 II.
Harold Chefl'.r.F
M I lujek+ tnd err Ida
two games, while Brehms won Fla (AP) Shipping ;.).tn, tl Wood c'tJ:: We.IIp. M5MMLaw.. o".i.n IIe1.idlekwplJdmnf with
: > drive r'.
r charged: Improper Hit UfO >lramo
I
LuffsCMC MallM MI r I. klh d1pmg >m hint.
and total) pins R eat
one from countries M1f1.1
Western
game ( Cuba ; :
won three from the Mixed (( in, U I umilnglMm, Jr. license was continued. David is o reported decreasing M..... II N M.d14 ,.... ,mall. r'i1ii' ."".,.". ,... l.1.Sm,,,,, d.unm' tilt "cH Ns.. 5r.ISMS
.
Slips. ", ml! !Harry Klbbee. It R. Mccormick, charged with Mime Htrtl. MS ISM ': ". ix UrmAnooiolot,
Grocers to move Into a tie for As sntl-Castro organlutloa tint Mprlrr4 ;;_K'oi' : :I.I ILI i!Ir Sad

second with Brehms. Palm wu rltree wins and one less driving while Intoxicated was that keeps check on movements, ._..... ..,,ed -,..."e;;.. lii..... ...tt. o. Pt l N ...," .. rliMy Oils

Lake Mobile Homes gained a all the way In the league! as granted a Jury trial. Charles of vssaels lo Cuban port. listed barmH r>* Mrr MOM llHIl MOttLI Ml

Metale 1 all! took Pin Ridge E. Young received a suspend only 23 flying Communlet$ CeMl Tr, Count, '.**ri 11474" "' SItS ROBERT H JAEGER
from .
,point when they took three ..f lilt r 0 .* Ml Mtem I u. ""
Auioc*nter, Hsicher1 Con- ed sentence of $26 or 26 days flags In October ss s(alnst 41 '.....* MI/ MIMV5T sashed p.Owen'SA.'i CorM Py M I (rotor

and 11114 /NMS Me1'd rally errM ...".. Slw.. tl I 70
builders laM month
atratl >ri "cr Si on* on a charge of speeding. August, rAIN- ... Ys.r/y ..... HIli/ C/,1 .
..
Woods hrysler won from Full Richard L, Beck was sentenced In April UU ;;; i U ..or k *. !... jlM,Imps. .It SIN M .."r:: At':." :
1 d
., Naim A.rPN .... 11111 ..... 1I/M .
a
Gabe Ho Luff J1KIMTE Ht,/t: i iJlinnile er induvrtes, Moon's Masonry fo I2M or 126 days, plus OJ government pressure m-Nni .,... l lm us tcmed..,. Fa:" D.a .,,"or 'U" nnolunh0 '" "
against, such raffle was cr41Ud CMtat all... 555 141' A "
over 1 Ircstone Moorings Tea 30 days In Jail on a charge: ol Ml WyiHoMM t W4HP M11I'wv N PA.n.1tilt I, .II
tijwe! ot i.ver)(U* and for the decline by the sills >ABLE SHORES APT
Collier tco over Minder andlen driving while license was suspended ;....._- 'elan IVlr 'hmeM
Buys des, has beet' nat ic j .a.es: manager group, Revolutionary Unity ; Ml | 44tt Sale
Daley KUtribwors winning and $36 or 36 day.. .edy sr5 Mai bo :t. N b.bees A 5isd 58-lots For
Movement.
ot the f *e rxlades t I'ranchoffice ) clan AN b.s 15 ;
( ..
f row Cadillac Arnece. on a charge of failure to blrl. w rzr c:, M. .r.o AM wile IS HAU PMONTAOC lottn ...

Motors BuildingPurchase of Marlowe and Beck) vehicle under control. =r.. 111w ,. w ilh, rat ,.......* Salt

Realtors located In the Man Counters I I. the predominant ;;; ;- ; ...; N ponsw .

at the collier Count]) hanan Building. 21-27 Broad- Grocery Johnnie T. Jackson was pun Copper clement in the V. Slivecent '5 ) MOM .**..*"i.*l 49-Hou. For Rent Mn4vr 11..hl 1 .n.AsImMM..1.LAS II I.'n., .>-*or* N,
probation for two years. Ih Soota'otM> "*.* M """ .....
Motors building ai ISO NortlTamlaral way. Howell has been a resident This) Week Present had been charged with poises iice .... ......l!.. 5,31 .u., IIAto"AL NNIALa MKMoor O4MI .*
"* sell
Trail from Nathaniel of Collier County for 4C Ytmio-ii'' r.,. C I4f SWI SiN AND BECDfALTOUt <
Lion of Robert K ... WARLOWE
at .. -
B. Ettln of Miami, by G. H years. Picture Of Plenty gun night PUBLIC NOTICI I1N IIM .*4 H'
Daniel was sentenced 10 siimorcfes t
Luff ot Maple was announced Associated wbh the Bank efEverfKxJe MARLOWE AND BECKNrALteRI It rtflH >y. SeMI ,

here yesterday Purchase: priei: for 94 How By THE AI OCIA TED PROS In /Jail bw aentenawas IN '"ot..CfJ.t pOqP r.T"1 71-lost i Found ..tstn. .. i MM 1 ,asiA
years T'" _.'. rrrxery counter* vfcMteu for five Ji.iii.i 1r.Tk. ,fwd ,. I aln
war $45,000 D. I, Dferdlnk a yearsHe COLLICSMC: U TY P-.-.O.'OA. plna An .
ell started .* a bookkeeper r. q. "'
a ptetstf ef I Iitlalali .I' N1/. Sill pied J
the First rlorwa.--ceCorpo. 150155(1 preeeat was ekerged with deprivJMMS Led'. _. wool .. sulm MI 1R L Ian awl r... JF .tn i'tt.m.
and rose to the office ef president. this week a* Ik* 'IN 01 ItTATC O* *' r *"" ": .. ". M.g n r
oration handled tile transaction He..hs been aeaect- ..nlL..YIIC. .b/m ..t. w.lursty. "" MAMV WlltO* Doc..... : *>*z"t::: luJ: == r I b.MMw MMwa. -= *'...' o.r*tR M tin Maples
.
11II"un.
Luff who acquired the CMC L. Drlmon was see .ll/M M _, N pe0'I7 111' ll/M I.l _
_
I
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AND
c.'O"O.
ted wlA the office dDewey TO ALL $5045 --
recently: a ge.I
truck franchise for this ari. Turk 'ontlna to hold Ikepel arced w M days In jail on acseape idea //AVM. tLA+'MI (eRMANOS f" ..0/" (.._".'C ., M IM .116, w.<
) AQAINASO' CIA
last winter, said today ttat 1 1 Polly. Sale ror.MV Moollf1 AvON
Case Mi For .4*
I 23 denIlsnd
the Led r Always ...re.... In the deveJopmeM 1 141. PrVe* are even More ckarie. agates Yee d '= .w : a. NNr t. 5' INMNNN: ir. lit H
.
would be occupied by ,wrist IM / M.Ma set 'L5= A.Ms/ : /5 :
/ I ..
Harold wtd
p. Park charred I ( ..... D. WPeIvN
about Fefcnary i ivben I I ef Ivcrfledef. How Mtr.'tiYr thin _I. One tarfeVj e...M end ....... ...... p.A II /Ilr "
R
GMC Agency rnurtt rtukn I* MIIIM IM forgery. was continued. par et c.'X.tw cea5 Me FOR SALE =-:. {&nit MN11597"wi5sdfSiJNew. ; I
CoUler County Mater art en has lad rare oppomnsry to =: N ,,. eaeeMe
hair ontwUdlng r bird K 2 to 4 rents a farntbefcr ges ef o. vsHd driver's l kiss et Mr Cwb to 1.5 ....lt, AIUM1NUMPRESS ._
tato Sets
scheduled to move wards .It* .... A ..
.
PI'Olf. larcI laM >. r'i level at ReNew and kuvVy the scene again I iN e et r.Mu., fWMY ', P..... 045 w.IM. le ,55" 59-A rg
now wider CGMtrwctkllIbott I des friend of the t legendary at Min .. Stu1 KATES24W ...... enIdsi P'N, ",
miles north on Ox I yort City iris rJUtJ.... Don 1..J m.aw two Deacon) ; *** Bedel I.Howell help "'\.1 ken -t tNeee atone wa but be r _. I.. gIIS'Wai.m M 36"Id.al IIS5.Mam .,.. COLLIN OvrYALLY
was jKe an option o ,. -
.. .
Trail. of hryl l* ll// If
1M I e /HI or
task .!
her at .. !
her so
ed eating SI eM. a ttM 'I ..
for
at care trek J 13* or 24 days on a speedta t.. iM. 'M'N T. Me..1 .. .,
A lull line )r ....... .
temp
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for tie Semsoe ...... lb. otrdi 1. < Mate a swedjtw ... m or Sew For "! I. "l .3e.4esI
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