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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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United Fund Hits $55,137..With Time Running Out



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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1964 8 PAGES CENTS 41ii YEAR NUMBER 89

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New Steps To Protect President = l,t! ytatace. ThanksgivingA

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Mr NightmareFor


U. Mom Of 5A

S. Secret Service nightmare common to all

women with mail children and
r limited means ram* true In Naples
thin week But this time, I
Mi,> Dorothy Deck, still in her i
twenties. was unable to brush It
1 ta out of her mind.
Will ExpandWASHINGTON Staff f The nightmare Involves an all
bl too common real-llf problem.
as' a : fi1y What does a woman do who la
required to rope with the ud.
The Dillon said the full iNp dan responsibility of providing
(AP) Secretary of the Treasury program
Secret Service will expand Iii Douglas Dillon said "the basic to strengthen the Secret Service for five active youngsters, at the
for will take to 20 month same time facing up to a mountain .
machinery presidential pro. emphasis will be on more ef.fectlve up V
tectlon significantly in the next advance and preventivework The reference to sophistical. of unpaid Mil?
few months, adding IS agent by the service In connec. ed equipment and technical per. I Mrs Betk' soft brown eyes
clerks and technical personnelas [ tlon with presidential travel, uwell cannel Indicate the service 1* brimmed with tear sod her sun.
the first step as the use; of more sophls.tlcated moving ahead with plan to use 1 der form trembled a* she told 1
Il of the aftermath of an accident
equipment." electronic data processing methods :
In trying to ferret out potentlal several week ago i* Airport
United Fund NOT PUBLIC YET assassins and keep track Road which Involved her husband,
Richard. In due courM of law
of their whereabouts
The Secret Service has not
& his case was heard. The charge
mad public It* exact number Included wit ha
Driv driving suspended
NearingEnd of agent but the present total license and filluretohavethecar.
1* believed about 400. Three Thefts t control.
under: Thecairtrecords
And ShortWith There already has been some l how lie was given Inn. of
Increase In the Secret Service $230 or 123 daya In Jail, plus
since the assassination of President Reported OverThanksgiving
80 the nut aiwa
day on count;
less than a week to go In John F. Kennedy.
fine of 933 or 30 days on the
the Greater Naples United Fund
Dillon' statement said the second. As aparMlme construe
campaign, the $70,388 goal still
program of further expansionhas
lion worker Richard was able to
look attainable. It will takea the approval of the Pretodent's
provide only a pr.carlOUlllvtnr
big spurt by several key dlvl. Committee on the War. Three theft were reported to ._ for his family In the best of Union..
Ions to get the Job done.
ren Report Naples police which occurredover r He went to Jail for the full term
Drive official reported this Thanksgiving Day. 'Mi'.iy Ja'Y4aJ. M.elw Na7.I Mi .f a
noon that a total of $55,137 bat PRESIDENT ACTS Helbert Thompson, Granada NEIGHBORS HELP
been contributed or pledged,rep. Shortly after the Investigating Hills, Calif. reported t the theft A LOVELY SAMPLE of the bevy of beauties who will 'UI\IPl'to for title of Neighbor have bum aympu..
resenting 78 per cent of the goal. commission headed by Chief of a dtamonil stickpin valued at !queen\ of the Shriners Charity Ball on Saturday night at the! II''arh Club thefts and generous with their
The Schools Section was re Justice Earl Warren Issued Its $150.00 from his Volkswagen line up with beat foot forward Th'v arc (I to d 0111 Smith. Sylvia Cox own limited resource*. LaVonda,
I ported "over the top" with 100 report on the assassination, camper Georgia Noble, and IJnda Wood being coached I by Mis Chris t- JIIII. conical 8, William, 8, Tummy, I, and
'" percent. President Johnson appointedthe Casb amounting to $70.00 was co-ordinator. ( McGrath photo) John 3, have not larked for un.
committee of Cabinet offU reported stolen from Trail Clean. derslandlng altonllon. Ronald,
eer to study prealdential pro. era, 310 Ninth Street, South. 13 months, who has bean ill,
Is Your HeartIn tectlon. Four Chevrolet super sport li daring a assonant! with the
The Warren Commission crt!. hubcaps were stolen from his r children next door Lodging!
The Right Place? Iclied both the Secret Service car parked at the Naples Beach Files Suit has bee.offered, but only until
and the FBI with particular Club Hotel where he wa a guest Panipinto Monday
emphasis on the failure to spot Garland Smith of Hazard, K,. F Mr. Deck haa In turn faced
Lee Harvey Oswald a* a threatto reported. The hubcaps are valued the lat of the loud, the ,last of
the President before Kenne at 8000. according. to Names the money, and the last of the

< dy's Jatetul trip Jo Delia police. ,., Against City ZoningJames ,medicine Fhlally,Wltllillt know. ,
tf i ledge that the lose of her home 1*
Imminent, Dorothy Heck's night.

Panipinto, operator of Issue Mm a license to operate. mar la kist about complete.
Conservancy Group On W..lnoada evening Mr*.
Jim'i Sunoco Service Station at If necessary, the ordinance ,
the Trail andCentralAvenuehuflied should be declared unconstltu.tional Deck laid, "I have dedded to
becauae It I* "vague and live one dear at a time" The
lull against the City of Na.
plea, seeking a licence to O tr. Indefinite," the complaint staled. next day was Thursday, Novem.
Backs Salinity LineEndorsement ale I used-car: agency eM the lo The suit has been assigned to lr Ie, Thanksglving,1944.
cationPanipinto. Circuit Judge Lynn Gerald.
claims In the suit The sewing ordinance of Maples
of the county sa December 8th, on proposal to rL be has met inning regulation 1* presently Undergoing a revl.
Unity line barrier was announcedby amend the line, with aa "enclosure" and has a aloft and the asaletance oil Dnl.verdity Pair Watch Man
director of the Collier County "The Itn.'. present position," stat. license to operate, but the of Florida profeiaor baa
Nature Conservancy yesterday,. Kuperberg said directors of the City refused to issue I permit. been procured to help clarify Assault Woman
secretary Joel Kuperberg aaldT Conservancy believe, "ha been Recently, Panipinto waa before sections of the ordinance. ,
"The Conservancy urged set and approved after careful Judge Harold S. Smith In City ThIs I* the first time the city
county commlMloner to resist Investigation of engineering data h Court and was held guilty of ordinances have been attacked But Do Nothing
effort to move the line farther of local, and other government I IALSO operating the used-rsr agency In court. The usual procedurehas
away from the coast," Kuper. authorities and outside consul without a city llcenae, but not been through (he Council Lnl ANGli.UI (AT) Two
tants to guilty at the and the.onlng Doesd of Appeal
berg reported. protect the fresh water violating losing men and a woman uttered mil a
"There Is no question of the supplies\ neceasary to the life ordinance The law allow auto salesroom word nor moved I muacte a*
existence or of the legality of of the people of the county" Attorney George Vega, who but say no unencloeed portionof they stwid 1 n foot from a man
the salinity line estabUahed by "Moving the line Inland filed the complaint asked that a lot shall be used for the aaaaultlng a 39>year"ld Pacific
the Commission last July," the .epeclally In the area proposed the City be restrained from In. display of used car*. Panipinto' Palisade woman with a
between Royal Palm Hammockand ENTEREDlnShrlneBeauty terferUig with Panlpinto'i used claim the wooden fence around
directors' statement said, add. Contest 1* Katrine Cartwrlght wrench, lbs victim told police
Ing the Belle MeadeRoed -could daughter\ of Mrs. Dolphin, car business and that the City his used.car: .tree meet coningregodr.meuds. Curve Griffin uttered hUm.rOUl .
"And It I I. excellently locatedto result In dangerous salting of the JS17 Avenue, body bruises and had to
Cartwrlght, Estey
well fields for the Isle of Vg will ask the. court to
provide a barrier for uncon. Capri Katrine who was graduated from have six stitches taken In a
i decide It entitled
Paniptnto i*
and Marco Island.
trolled digging of canals and head wound. After she escaped
Naples Senior High last June
.. Director also noted, Kuper. to a llrenae. He will attempt to .
other structure .
which
can thr. I* now employed at the 19th lhe demanded iif tin "stand..UI
ten the of berg aid, "Control of canal RENEW YOUR how the applicable I*line on..UluUOIIai .
safety the fresh w.tersUWU' Why?
Hole of the Beach Club. Her
DRIVER'S EICENSf cP3 l because of "
dredging well and other strut.turn vagueness,
of the people of the : "We thought It was a privat!
hotibles are bowling, skating and
and that U bear no relation to
(by establishment of the DURING YOUR '
county matter maybe a husband and
dancing, and her ambition I* to
"Commissioner should be line) will benefit sport and com. be an airline stewardess. EJREN MONJH ", the public health, safety, moral wife fight," the woman clinesacid.
commended for their establlah. merclal fishes and other marine or welfare .
ment of the line and supported life by preventing excessive flow
In their effort to resist pro. of fresh water Into salt water"
with a posals which threaten Its Into Tb. Conservancy action: ,...
rrtt,." erday followed endorsement by Growers And 'City Slickers' Celebrate I
low cost County Commission has ached the City-County Water Advisory
;sled an Informal ffiacusston for Committee, the count,'* consult. _

WANT AD Interested parties next Wednes log engineers, the county agrl -By lAM- d ENGLAND"U's : enjoy the success of the "In U51,"laid lucre, ''tile,. support In Washington. and Ifquota I
day at 10 a-m., and a public bear. culture agent' office, the Miami aa occasion tor tne city farmer'' were about 1,000 Collier County It allotted the county Mwill
Ing at DO Tuesday afternoon, office. C .. Geological Survey slicker to get acquainted: with In I brief rviswofthe farming acne in production. In 1"4 bring about a terrific
the worker of the oil," said situation In Collier County, there ire at>out JJ.OOO acre change."
---LI Norman Barren of the Collier. Harm said the county now rank under r IIlUvat 1M. The value The Rotary (lub, County and
Corporallon.. peiking to about third lit the nation In many of1,100 car made of ... City officials, were guests of the
150 men attending the barbecue reapect gotable are Shipped annually farmers at the barbecue.
held Wednesday u recognition ofNdtonal'Farm.CRy from Collier Cowtl,. The car I was apparent" by the way tile
v+ a Wok coupled together would make a thick 'Juicy steaks, prepared by
The barbecue wan held CM the train tit mile long, reaching Mayor Arrhie Turner and bat
farm of Carl OUdden,a fn mile Spots Stolen frm here lo Orlando assistants, disappeared, that the
1f north of the airport. I was Tbe loading crops, Iterren farm-CHx Week celebration: In
r ponsered by OIlMenoyal'* pointed out, are tomatoes and Collier County was i successful
Farm flupplft Tony Roebough, Pole At Pier watermelons, oUowed by pep. aflilr.
Roy Miller, 8m Heats, Leroy pore and rur.mbrs, "Cltru
"Doc" Elliot, tan Upmaa and Pair Nabbed production I II moving south and
Web Wright. Collier County now has about
Herren. Introduced by County 1,200 M re*of>.tt rw*plantlnr,and
Agriculture Agent, Doe Lender, When Thomas Wtafree, a /Nee nor I 1.1 to rom, adding to the SHOPPING DAYS
.slat If the farmer.ban trouble, pie Community Hospital em. mployment and payroll of the
It wd be fell. in tbe city. if ploys, potted al* stolen n.hingpole county" he Mid."LtveeUKk ." iR! CHRISTMAS
It U a good crop rear, the city to a car al the .Kaple Fish. projrtlo* has

} ,, InC Pier Yr'le", .. notified now* aa uv'roue In animal on
L Hiplei Polk.. >00 few
the farms from 11/ a year
$27 Cash StolenIn btveetlgatlog officer wind go to IS,000 today, and with the
? elgtil pots* II the car, valued &lit,0tIaCt1t.f new strain, IRV r'ti,
Burglary At al 120.00 all Mole at yp
a Harmony proved pastures and snore know,
Naples Shore Trailer fara. A* I re. bow, the quality of bond ,roduct
{ Airport suit, James W. Cooper, 17, re. it koeptAg :I.*-. with the lAcreeIn
sMtng at t*>2 Church area, quaniKx."
taAo Thet of 121.00 fc* Sash wu fast Naplawaeirr.NMaatad. terra re*>rre4 to high I kope.
reported to the CoHler Owunty mined stealing/ me poles,accord. for augur are ro4uctkM In Col.
i Sheriff office Thaftkcgtvtng) Ing to Poileo ofOrer Cry Young, liar Count* t sow Industry.
U e targlary of 14 office, of who wltk Deputy Sheriff John lie potnte4 out experiment* In
!Kapl* Airline Roger condurted the .
Investlga.tk
growing
ugarv prove
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to the
airport
Entry office '
Coor<< rothr4a4aw, Collier Cow: 'tf Cia produce C&Oll
AUK1C LTl KE COMMITTEE of the Gnat I s b "f f ;r.:::crcea was gained window" breaking eel tile gua John Robert Kaiser, also reeid. wllk t nip ogee content. 01-
which assisted in planning the barbruNatioi < .ant ft d, i;. MP f Is I rear. removing axreen. lag II VM: Church afoot, wa and stork wMcfe wtU stand .

(I Farm-City \Vetk About ISO nt'l .i 1 -". 0I Jimmy Qulfleyaolrlineeen.ptoyee charged with receiving! stolew right, permittbig faMer and more READ OUR ADS
y knowing K to kave been
from left ire Don Lander Norman !<"'nn 'I. .,.r .! iiurd a u. clSaeeYere fho bwrglary Piece ueasomIralcrest., .
"
rtunal
*. Carl GliHrten; and Tony RtMbough Sc. Ito), ( '':EWItlntl":: t at 1 'clock Thursday. --nine WUfr..'. pole was reported doe Bui not W. .*. a sugar the o cowry ota," t
wke b* opened the office. stolen on Jfoveartr I'. "
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2 ri) rR COUNTY NEWS Naplei Ra.. Friday, November! 27 I W
Girl Scouts R 1


Plan 'Browse' YOUR CHURCH


I Consul Willing To Go Chili SupperMonday DIRECTORYNAPLES



Bock To Duty In night will be Browse .....
Congo Night In Naples and once again .
Naples Senior Girl Scout will GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCHGellford
hold their Informal Chill (kipper Road I U.S. 41
NASIfNUDQN (AP) u.s. the other hosts***. in the Scout HOUM In Gambler one mac list el the'
IIIIMII Michael Hoyt for three Others of tile hostsf, IncludIng Pare CENTRAL County CourthoutoI.

monthsa.; prisoner ofCongtdtMeius at least two Americans i I, The girls will prepare and BAPTIST CHURCH C. Faust, Paste

> at'fitanlsyvlllc, say MVPI were killed as tile rebels herds d serve the supper themselves b*. 750 Seagate Drl* SUNDAY SERVICES
\ det1nUely" would be will. the hostage Into StanleyvlU',!I glnnlnc at 5 p.m. and continuing North N.I.. Itela School 10:00 '.m

Ig! in return to the Congo Lumumba Square and start until the last hungry chopper Is d y I .e.. Oiee-r McCWI.nl. rWor Morning Worship II :*0 ..m
lluvt and four other members firing at thm. well (<<1. Merchants who wleh t r Sunday SonricM Trainlnj Sarvlee 1M: p.m.

; the u 8. Consulate stiff In Hoyt and his four aides to "eend-over" for chill will reor Sunday ScKool 10 *."'. Evening, Warship 1:00: p.m.
unleyvlllo. were rescued ear. Vic Consul David K. Orlnwls celve prompt attention. WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE
Wor.MpS.rvl" I II I ">
..IT (this, week u part of a U.S.. Maplewood, N.J.i communlc. The charge will be 7S cent for ... .". 0ibla Study and
CI. MO *
? .
rli 1,, ,Ian paratroop operation thins officer Donald. Parks>; adults and 50 cent for children. Bible
Sarvle ? )9
it! I nl Inu 'h,,<111 <>f whites and communications clerks Ernest The proceed will help swell the E..nlii| Sonic M8 ,.". Prays : p.m.
Choir trachea 1:11
MI ,ii'lsl. of l'elI who Hula and James E. Stan f* troop's fund for a projected trip rar ? p.m.

i I J ,'x,"1111'" r ni] landed first at NeYork's w to Mexico. This fund, which has envp 41i CHURCH OF CHRIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
elll Kennedy Airport before, now to
grown nearly $400 has
Tlif five arrived In WashingM proceeding to WattjUAgton. been accumulated by the Temiaml' Trail at Nth A.., N*. Kingdom Hall 107th AvanuattVfoce

M u. ...<,JIIY after a flight hy Hoyt was greeted In K,.* over the past few years as a girls re. r Corfe W""oI., mio'trorSunJay '; End..., Mini'iter ;

]IIH..I] tr.nspoii. They were York by hit wile, joy of Tot suit of a series of both Individual ., itmr r lible Study Wedn.idly I p.",
i find l, b> Wayne f'rederlcJi, son, Arts., who railed up to him I and troop-Inspired protects 4i; Bible Stud 10 .."'. Minitter; School Friday 7:JO p.....
I'nlt assistant secretary at and embraced him. Morning Worship II ..11I. Sarvica Maating; Friday 1:30: ,.M.

tale, and a small crowd of "I feel fine," he said "It U I E>.nn! Wonlilp TJO: p.m. Public Addratt Sunday 5:30 p.....
ell.wlshers. wonderful to be back. I'm glad aI Wednetdey Watch Tooar Study Sun. 4:45: ,.m.
Hurt said the Congo Insur to be reunited with my wife on Baptists To Hear liblo Study 7:30 p.m.

't. i'I'M 1 put him under house this Thanksgiving Day." NAPLES PARK
..;. .
Rev.
i rest at the U.S. Consulate but: He said his most anxious moment Douglas Hine I : i .".a-r'L"' CHURCH OF GOD BAPTIST CHURCH
ater confined him In a prison was "when they started I Friends and members a... Mere; t. Wvcoier
/1th no bed end poor sanitation. firing at us." Bible Meditation League of the of SLIDES FOR TANDY! CANE PARK are among the objectives of theo Cor. IWH St I Hell A.... No. Sunday School 10 a.m.
When word cam to the rebels Upon Ms arrival her, Hoyt I .... Dt>;U L. I.. Morning Worship II ..11I.
Naples Junior Wont, n's Club
> Columbus Ohio, are Invited t + together with other types of playground ......
MS
land School
iat
forces of the central was asked U he would accept: join the Sundry : Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
congregation of the Cos. equipment which gladden the heart of youngsters of this
ongolese assignment to the age group. Worthip; II ...m.E..n.Ii,1I1 Wad. 7:30
government were Congo again. Morning Proyor Matting : p.m.'
pel Baptist Church at S The
ipproarhlng Stanleyville, Hoyt "Oh yes I very definitely, p.m., new playground will be set up just west of Cambier Park, accord. Service 7:30 p.m.

;aid thov prepared to execute would go back," he said. the Sunday league's November Florida 29, to hear. ing to Marl Anne Vaughn, and Mrs. Joan Longshore, publicity chair. Tuetdey Prayer Mating 7:10: p.m. ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC

lie Stunt> (hey were holding asI After reporting to the Stale I tlve, Rev Douglas Hine represent of St. man and president of the Junior Woman's Club, respectively who Trmraaay' YrE 7:30: p.m. 3rd St. I I Oth Ave, So.
I I -SlWfv Department today Hoyt plans I Petersburg. This meeting, will are spearheading the drive for funds to equip the playground. ".th, 1"ned L Hiciay
"fert: liiiiy we had many several weeks of rest with till I (NEWS photo) Sunday Mattai e-l-IO-M
be to the
open general public. EMMANUEL LUTHERAN
iiotibt
tun we would get home family. Washdays 7 '."'. only
111\',.. i.e said Reverend Dine will addressthe CHURCH OF NAPLES
adding that the Cenfonient
.wlftnesb: at the joint rescue op. The Columbia Rivet 1,214 I "Open gathering Doors of Amid the subject Distress St. Leo's Guild booth all over featuring the packages from; Advent Service (L.C.A.) 4 to I p.m. and! Saturday 7 to I p.m.
eratlon saved him and most of miles In length. of country rummage Mooridf Line I low Lino Dr. Sunday School t a.m.
Nations". Bazaar TomorrowAt and white elephants homemade At 'Emmanuel'Emmanuel
I I. Tho MoorlngiOr. Confraternity Class ofChrittian
The Gospel Baptist Church Is candles and baked
goods, Harland. D. fogut. foirorSundoy
--------------------- Doctrine
located on Guilford Road at V& Bonita Hall preserved fruits and Lutheran Church
original School t .
Allen the Special StudleaCantlnulns .m. at 7:30 ,
"'
Mondays
:
41, one mile east of the Collier will be will hold Its annual Family Advent p.
ThU Sunday at ION: AM aprons available. Church Sorvico 10:30: '.m.
In the Bible, Schorl .. the County Courthouse BY RAE WEAR The bazaar will open at 9, Wreath Service on Sunday TUINITYBYTHECOVEEPISCOPAL

The women ofSt.Leo'sGulldwill a.m.. luncheon will be served at 9 a.m. In Sunday School. All CHURCHPort
GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Mid their annual bazaar EAST NAPLES
beginning at 11.and awards will parents are Invited so that they Royal

"MODERN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS COMPARED CHURCHMEN AlDPUPILJ tomorrow at the Community be made at 4 p.m. These may help their children make BAPTIST CHURCH U. /I... UltliO'J; T. lamt.fr
ST. LOUIS (AP) United Hall In Bonlts Springs. There wU'' Include s hand-made erne, an Advent wreath which will be Sh.do.l*. Av.n E.it N.pl.i Sunday Sarvical
WITH FUNDAMENTAL CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES" will be a variety of unusual *... list;.. largo, falter
Presbyterians here have set up mental Christmas table cloth used for home devotions duringthe Holy Communion. 1:00 ......
15 center In which some 300 Items collected and made Advent Season. Those attending SundcySundty Church School end
Roman ( atholiciim a champagne hampe r filled with ..
II School 10:00 ..
volunteer
throughout the the : *
are
helping about by
membership -
year should and
useful Items and s hand-made bring greens Family Sar ica SIS I a.m.Morning .
.
Morning Worahlp; 11:00: A.M. 1,000 school children keep Morning Warship 11:00 .m.Troininf .
up pine cones either real artificial .
,
quilt. or Prayar and Sarmei I 11 I a.m.
en Gullfor: Read and U. 8. 41 with their ichool work. The pro- Christmas decorations: for ; Union 7:00 p.m.
One Mile East *f The Count Ceurtbeiue Iran U part or an effort reduce handmade! candles, holiday Those wishing to contributbaked ewreaths. decorating the Evtnlng Wonhip; 1:00: p.",. Wadoatday
Holy Communion 9:30: '."'.
school dropout. goods to be sold st Wodnoidty.
handcraft a "postofflee"Richards The Holy Communion Ser- Holy D. Communion at I ......
event may bring them to the Mid; W..k Pro,.. S.rvic. 7:30: p.m. ,
_U'U hall. Mrs. Marie Braun, president vice will be held at 10130 '.m. Adult Choir Pr.ctico tell: p.m.
of the group.1s also.er- The candle for the First Sunday IN THE AREA

wing as general chairman. In Advent will be lighted. The
pastor the Rev. Dr.Harland D. FIRST ASSEMBLYOF BONITA SPRINGS

Fague will preach on "The GOD ASSEMBLY! OK. C.OD

Yo" 04rt CorJalfu lnviteJ Worshiping Church." The choir Shidowlown. Art, E. Niploi! .... So/one1/ Jonei I

: Note To Church under the direction of Mrs. *... I. W, Willie\ ,, fairer Sunday School 10 ..",. t ll,
Sunday School t:4S: a.m.Mornin9 Morning Wonhip I 11 .."'.
Clyde Hur and Miss Esther
Worthip 7:30: Evening Service lull
Pastors Please p.m. p.m.
: Truitt the will
at organ, sing Youth Sonrico; Tuti. ot 7:30: p.m. Prayar Meeting; W.d. 7:30: p.m.
Roofing Service to 04tlc"J thc CHNrJ1 Send New SchedulesMany "0 Lord I Cry to Theo Mid-W .t Sorvic Thursday

ftwiM Ml 1-4SM Nae'aa a t 7:30 p.m. CHOKOI.OSKKE
of the churches
county Episcopalian CHURCH OF GOD

Sunshine Hardware'Your will soon begin holding extra Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning .
Complete Hardware litreTil Sunday Services and may make Confirmation FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship II a.m.IOI'EI.AND .

Mil Am. **. I other changes In the church OF NAPLES
f C e Classes Dec. 2 .>r, *oo./f Harli;*. fairer

Naples Rexall Store ,, tyour io/cc j program.The NEWS endeavors to keep Reverend Richard T. Lambert,t Sunday School tll: .."'. MISSION BAPTIST
1
Sov rector of Trinity by the Mo./n./ Worthip 10:30: ...... '
*M tut Am. the church directory accurate < i 5.. C/yda Merrill
Cove Episcopal Church has an. Tuining Union 4:30 p.m.
The Bank of Naples and up-to-date and will appreciate nounced the schedule of eonflr. Evoning Worship 7:30: p.m. Sunday School Sarvieat 10 a.m.

Brewing with NiplM .",*" These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church notice of any program mat Ion classes WEDNESDAY II Worship...... and 7:30: p.m.
Collier. County Sliwe IM changes. The children will meet at 4 p.m. Prayer Mooting 7:30: p.m.

Member I. and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. Pastors should send the In the Parish Hall, flnnlnc g Prayar MaatingtWadnetdayt et I
NEWS a typewritten note of Wednesday December 2. The p.m.
Hartley's Variety Store their new schedule Indicatingthe adult class will also began De.cember FIRST CHRISTIAN
M NIMH oral South date It takes effect. The t, at 8 p.m. In the Par. CHURCH OF NAI>LE4M.nd..i. I IvVRKGLADE HAITIST
CHAPELor.
Dr., Coquina Sends
Bob's Pastry Shop More We arc the mom prosperous people the world has ever NEWS hopes to have sn up- fee This Hall.adult class Is for all *.., Jama W. Mocity, Hi"atuibl. a fie; C. W'.IJ.*. fairer

e5 h .... .... Ml II7IIFreeh fen Even the poor among us live in princely comfort compared to-the-minute directory running people Interested in the Episcopal School 14$ ,.m. Sunday School MS, '.11I.

cow Geode. Dilly" ThanEnough to some in other lands. Our country is famous for its within the next week or Church. Also Invited are Church Sarvica I 11 I .."'. Wonhip Sarvicat II '."'. a I p.m.
two, with the cooperation of Choir Praclico; Training Union 7
Episcopalians who would like to Wadnatday 7:30 p.m.
Naples Federal I Savings beauty and fruitfulness our cities are as modern as tomorrow church leaders. attend the classes as a refrshrcourse. Vetpar Sarric; 1:30 p.m. Sunday p.m. Midweek Pray.. Service I p.",

and Loan Association and our future glows with promise. God has indeed : .

.M SMi A".., So. Ml MlSt been good to us. KVEKCLADES
FIRST rillltCIIOF CHRIST/ COMMUNITY! CHURCH
aim's C o' But with His bounty of wealth and power God has given SCIENTIST .... H. G. rVe.cif.; patror

Lifetime Ouoronlooo' Muffler us responsibilities Because we have so much we are called I Central Avonuo at orh Street Sunday School 10 '.m.

Ml I44II or I.M7I N."... fie upon to share what we can spare. And we are required to Sunday Sirvica; 11:00: ..m. Morning. Worship II a.m..

We dive Stamp I work and pray for the end of ignorance poverty and suffer Sunday School 11:00: a.m.Wodnaiday .
\ Evening; M.ating I GH; IH.AND MISSION/
ing wherever they are found. p.m.
'Naples Coin Laundry P.aading Ream 120 Park St.Mon. OF OUR SAVIOR

*!>....['QUOM. Soy Weeher wile ,' ; "... To be able to give Is a blessed privilege. Let us fill our Wad. Ft!. **>. Rated T. lomeerfSunday

U... Nwy 41 N. Whitman Sly*. ,(,.H : I churches and join in heartfelt thanks to God that we have 10 ..m. to I p.m. School t a.m.IMMOKALEK .

Open 14-Hour N. Napiee T ... enough. and more than enough. to share. y FIRST
W Motrr, Owner
.ti, t v { FIRST METHODIST
-- BAPTIST CHURCH
Naples/ I Furniture Co. I".row1, INI' An.r A"r... 8lrmlwq. V CIURCII! OF NAI'LES In.. 1. 1. Do.;./, falterWwthip
f Pint A..n... S. I Fourth
m Mo. ,."' ...... Troll '. .. St. ; II a.m. I 7:30: p.m.
rat > Jo P. .;". fatter
"BB BUilders Specialties lI I I Sunday Warship II ..11I. IMMOKALEK
Toatt NortH !Sun. Era,. Wanhip Santa at 7:30
MI !-tIM : CHURCH OF GOD;
Plywood Door SulMort Howo i1, Sunday School 4$ .."'. .... 0. P. O'lanno
ScMaga' *....wl.> Domor loch 'r' ., a Junior; '.t m.diai. and Sunday. Scheel 10 am.

Sanior; Fallomhip; 4 p.m. Morning Werthip 1 II I a.m.

Lamplighter Cafeteria ; Prayar Marlin) W.d. at 7:30: p.m. Evening) W",hip 7:30 p.....
Downtown Y.1.l So, 4
It 4-C_ N.". ,... '
.... FIRST 1'KF.SRYTERIAN IMMOKAI.EE
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,
C A Anderson (HIRCII METHODIST. CHURCHev.
OF
AiI' CAROLYN HAMM (r). member of the Distributive NAPLESThad ./taore'
.Interior 4 Interior A.... S.. I Siith St. Ne.a, fairor
Painting Decorating Education class at the Naples Senior High a... Jelt. W. Stump SUNDAY
Wellpe poring. School is getting on-the-Job training at Grace Sunday. School ':30 Morning; Warship, '.JO t IISunday ,

iota MI N.....;.,., ".0. I.. mi ( Lake Florists, 1214 Third Street. South. Her su- Sarvicat * riorMo
Jr. Intermediate.; and Sr.
t porvisor Mrs. Grace Lake is training Miss Carolyn
f in general) store with MY,. 4.30 '.m.
Marathon Dredging Corp management salesmanship, GOSPEL Evening; Worship, 7:30 p.m..

Morlno Ion Conitrwtion Development end emphasis on designing and handling ahipmenta.o COMMUNITY. q CHI'Rl'___ _n. .. TUESDAY

Ml twirl N."... r..rtoa '*>. Dee '..1..., Potter;- 10.4.,,'* Prayar Sarvica. 7 p.m.
*... 6aer|* '../..., Au>. ,..,.. Choir; Practice.; 100 pj*..

Trail Builders Supply C Dominion; Dr.. A.alon Ettatot WEDNESDAY
,;
,, ; ; r,=1 .
K Seen. Ntpltt' Midweek; Prayar Service

Company Y r INVEST Sunday. 5..... 10.00 a.m.Marnlng Adele. .' | Child,.... 7.30 p.m.

Neplee. PtorMo r.,, 6 6 Wonhip II ..?.

West Coat Furniture Sunday ...&;... 7 p.m. MARCO CHURCH OF GOD

Complete Interior + YOUR SAVINGS W.... Pray.r Sorrica; 7 p.m.GRACE .. I.. 0. Menceti. ,eirorMorning
THE CHURCH row ALL Warship II .....
IM *.. A..e. So. Na lr. rio ) ,
ALL row TH: :HUKCHThe r L EARN 6% INTEREST LUTHERAN Evening; Wenhip 7:1 1 p.m.

Charles R, leBuff Chunk la tfv trwiMi fetor CHURCH
en OF
oo earth lur tha UilU..i al oSare y NAPLES ST. LEO.SCATHOLIC
Cabinet ShopDetail kvandood. re JI PoidStrni-Annually Miwe; Synod. CHURCH
CoklMt FvniHur* Repair how.ot eptiiiuel. wit",.. Wlihoul ''rAMtea U.S. 41 a.d. 13* A.._ N. four .
+
*** A .. oH ......it. itch. Rd.lenite .
.. Churdt, ., .. ..
reran .
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R .eSduatl.a &lei" a7 $41,000.00 Bond .... G"'t. 11"", 'fie.. fa.,MSvnday
..y'hfye. So. Ml t.ftll nor eMUaoUi on aunt*. TkMO Issue Sormglfaf ;
are four wad name *tw awry Y School 5 a.m.Sonteo *or J...,. f. f .r
*oi*
Van Der Veer pmo "scald attmd ........ Nktrly .... f by Ow"h 10 JO am.Pitt Sunday
f Mattaa 7.30 .
f.10
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and eunmt er < Asrca Trwy '' 4r Cemmwa a.m.ConHwo
Music CenterCemo4e are: (II M6raar4 : *! Prior to
.e InolnKllen DooortmeMM HK or.t.....'.e... f.he.Iar.... CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCHNEW Sunday lads Men... _Sunday M....
say inetrvmeMiHttr r Ala ar.uu"r east room III a
,.,. for the aaaa ot th.Met \ 11&10 ,
Mune DI iuvA' amm.1eM llf win' appear
till St. N. YIdM1 ) iiexti. Ar.oml end Ma....a LOCATION SEAGATE DRIVE la \>" S. l.rrT! "" In tk* ce ttwUrt,. licit week I
... are
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r.w emh'riu 1 pk*.. or ante la aa? cka.i*. w c WcJr.
krijr end nod e"t aa.a i. o... .IaN.r tI .000. rr* tlo a* tile y I

1100.she suo 00 11.-.1.. '.It tart

Sunday Monday 'Iursdar Wedneed5F Thursday Fridsr Saturday Issue' Dt Oct. 119M I
ei laundry & Exodus Palma I F ,'klel l.uke Luke II t' nnnt IIIi': Relation I CHURCH: APPROVES TAX ashen dwelbitit ovntd by church l :
ieaneri, Inc. 3:7-17 48:1-14: .s'I lo a:1741 6:32.38: 8:1.25 s 14-22 COll 81'S. Ohio (AP) bodies in ?...,), ,..If Member J
Iota Mh A".. t. MI t. PAYING AGENTi THE BANK OF NAPLES ThuKh nwnui| bym.(M* Mot ft*id*.
One I .r Servtt AwtLIN"n ra.luewly: l devoted to rtlifwu
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IN MPI.KS: r."m.ea "ouahl to b.. *wb) ct lo PAULIMUN
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eat.we,"the Amaetae.sdnerat

For Inl rri f.h declared at it* contention NE* YORK UP)
rmation Call: Ml 247.U or Ml 2-7UO harr. Tb ven
who
any die fop Iftto SL
<> Mid. church** also' should Pots. on ate pvubl throne
'>e wulros i< 10 "
ler called
accept" quitaM "P.ul B.rtr." says
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% IT ...,... W, H. GARRETT

BY NOIRE B@QtMPhone I ie n r- .-:,...._......,.. -.&'...

MB.MMMEMORIES. I The Woman's rinh held 'an eeee of the building \ l dm, t tI ,.

hxecutlve meeting al the hone of I tttee, the rent for ins II..IMI. ) ,,'

... Aren't they the vaoetoadaa wasn't too big Mrs. Katharine Stanley Moma? without the kitchen win !I.< i ft; i iand I"
wonderful? We need only keep an 0U0It, afternoon. Those -ittendlng were with the kitchen 'I'.. n", ,?

those we cherish. They take Gee, almost forgot toell Mrs Betty Curn Mrs George Mending were Roland WIUKI" ,
Ii1 McKa Mr. Dime Wtlllami, Murry Canovu, Frank \\,111"1 i ,
up no room at aU, yet ceo be you die fish story of all fish ,
Mr*. C.Ienda Walker and Mrs Lonnie Curry, Sam Hn.it. 1 i.Whleaant i., ti
stored, eloee at hand, for all storleel .
I San lev. Charles Mi, khim, I
time. Money cannot buy or Last week Jim Volpe who JiI4c The Lions Club held He regular Frank Driver and Jam.- wii'i' l,
sell than disaster cannot take lives on C Pier here In the meeting at the! circle W Res- ams.

them from us; they are there, harbor was out on the pier caurant Mondav night.! They reported Iris I.. Worth daughter of Mi I

any hour of the day, or night seeing what be could see Well, thay had good luck with and Mrs. Fred Worth,, Mt nun '.

to be brought out, reviewed my dears according to Jim their turkey shout and the money day for Balnbridge, Md i.m.. .

and relived then put away again he has really seen It. v will be used for Mht conserve. she Will spend seven weeks 11-

for awhile with grateful hei it, A couple after long hours of ton. They also! reported that tending the Nan U, mm s.eretarlal .
renewed and due to the siwne of antefl, School iris i 10.s t.,. ,
courage faith. fishing had finally caught two
-IL. the II 0 .
Wish I could write a book on nice snook. They took them off 1 > enjoying past years visit.ilaltvKs
log" friends ad n, hn1 l 10
the subject. In the fun And Frolic
meanwhile the hooks laid them on the pier
here and in
1 Maple t, HUM (1'1 I I-
wonder If youwouldmlndihar- and went tack to their fishinga Formed In dueling November 8 !frm |Madwunnaat
Lug one with m ? Today*!memory bit further down the pier.Now 4/ NaplesFun camp. Her father tl i'KhtM

came as I was looking enter another couple,all dressed 1 and Frolic of Naples. honor which hu dill! I I"" i I .

through some old letters and In their Sunday go-to- Inc. (a non-profit organUa ed, a citation tall*Incuiil,; ,lid".

cards. One was the last birthday meeting best. They had heard don) has been formed by Jack cul.r guard The i ial nllll fiixiaki i

card I received from my so much about our wonderful 4 j Young of 17th Avenue South the occasion w U any. > 'a l II

sister who lived In California. pier, they thought they would It* president, to various of the pnlted Stales Nay
present .
,
Inside was this message, which walk out and see for themsel ___ ,,. ;a. ,.. ,,- .-- forms of entertainmentto The executive ctxImmokalee nmltf, .. ,101 It"
PTA mi I! at. II" ilu.,k
I am sure, could be to all sisters
everywhere. ves.As they came up to where GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY reception ar) !lit Krtit! CI1"1I1.1 KM ntdsun ,, Mi" Thurnns The Naples. of Everglades M achy jflt'i noon
first
of seven planned Those ,
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C Posvick of Cht' daughter Mr and Mrs I'UdrC, Fosvirk. attending wet e.Mis t item
1 love you, ,sister for your they saw the snook a small na ; ; vents \will ba held December4th : J e Brown, I 4. tI'I
smile-.and all that you have boy watched with open mouthas Naples was held Tuesday in the Jewel Box Roomof Hope Michelle Chema, granddaughter, and Major at the Tahitian Cove Con1 Jo Clldden, Mrs Wi alter l.arntll: ,

done-to fill myheartwlthhap- the nice lady gently but the Beach Club Hotel. Attending the happy Chema, son-in-law The couple have been grass Inn from 7 p.m.'ttllliM Frank Warrlner, Bl 111 Prim. a, 'dt

piness, In God's eternal sun. firmly pushed one of the snook event were the Posvick's son-in-law and daughter, residents of Naples for the past 12 years and p.m. featuring three. professional Dill Newaome.
for word of kindness Major and Mrs. Thomas Chema of Fort Bragg, reside at 990 Ninth Street South.
every off the pier. When the first acts from Miami buffet High school pelt 11'1 I It'I k
and.-of hope and sympathy. couple looked over to see what N. C., and their two grandchildren. Shown gathered (McGrath photo) "Macgle & Jljiga" dinner, and Warrtner reported alt flawI", ._

and for the help of every prayer made the splash, the boy Bald around the three-tiered anniversary cake dancing. dents enrolled In (lit, utihe !i "I I

that you have said for me. "She did It. mister." When Monday which tints, tar I ,Iino I

You have encouraged me to the fisherman asked hers "WhyIn She's An lion 1 decide to put the kitchen 'to 101 Element prln, II' ,d I I'I
Expert ,. _
W.fc. .I l' I
grow In goodness, every day. Heaven's name did you push '7\/ I I drawers In order, but then I dents Newsome enrolled iep I thlll ,. Itnwtay 1 .

and legion are the thanks mat my fish In the water?" She 'Part dismiss that thought. Just think day and were three ail" I I

I can never fully say. But I replied "Because It was DEAD, : of the fun the children would brings their treat l t,. tog) :Suf .

am grateful sister, and I promise that's why." Being UnorganizedHas mill If they couldn't go In some says this IN at":>" 40(tat!, ,

God and you that 1 will THE LAST WORD @JvapiCS I .1 there and atlr until whatever the peak Which/ eau II 1"11"111'-" I ,
strive to honor Him In '
everything the n looking for should come March
After loud and clear
I do-.And on this birthday some } ;/ Jjeach to the tops Mr and Mrs 0*nrlC" HI'. I.,
cut advice as to what to do about
that Is yours, I wish you Its AdvantagesBY Being unorganized does have d Naples. M re. San.I JlMlf, I a.I .
fish dead alive she foundon ,
or ,
any .,
Ind W F. New i
all the best- And hope and pray. the Its advantages though, let me roll<< 1 Roney .m
pier hereafter Jim ,
each will be foster MI 1-1311 Immokalee attended th4H 1 u 1 Ulion
coming day your By Mary A. tell you. I'll probably never
thought It was time to head for Education Assocli .Salaiii .
happiest." home. The last he heard The regular monthly meeting change goes into effect, you will CHARLOTTb; DUHNO ganlzed. AI a matter-of-fact have an ulcer The gray hairs I
thing School In Tallatuandtaiurday # I i 1
as he walked "Come of the Naples Park Area As. be able to call Bonlta !ftrlnga Any good editor worth his until the young one began to I'm accumulating ire from age .
NEWS SCARCE away don't Will have sociatlon was held lat Thursday and Marco without a toll charge salt will tell the beginner writer arrive 1 had 1 place for everything and hot worry, The children : ,

Very little news from Naples here on. Honey and ,listen we to stay of November 19, with Pr.aldeniHarold The building Is In the Poly not to try to writ about everything In Its place don't know what nagging (Is,

Land-Yacht Harbor this week. his to any more R. Hulpleu presiding. nealan motif, and 1s just lovely. anything they're not completely This Included Hubby, thai U9\ fly except what they' NOW I try

Everyone Is busy planning for lip. Program Chairman William and quite an asset to our area familiar with. Then thlngi began to be whereI hear coming'from their fathersway. DrinkingBEA&'flFUL!

our big Thanksgiving dinner It sort of gets yourtghthere.doesn't DeyErmand, read a passage from Open house was held on Friday. For Instance (Cat least being could never find them, every It never has alarmed '

here In the recreation hall, It? Anyway, Jim has President Abraham Llncoln'aadadress November SO, when guests ..and.retak.n honest), I know nothing about day became wash day,the Iron me to erne( the" front door and
made tour of the building
which will be all over but the a new resolution. Always to the nation which was served on I refreshments world affairs politics, and the big was never completely flntsned gd silting through" the house LAKE KELLY
hammer and few then
a a 101 on Nov. 19
carry ,
years ago
plckln's when you read this. nails with when expect 1(63. That was the famous Another feature will be the organized woman. Now, the somehow both white on top of one of the kids roller I
Beulah Hanlon and I have you you unorganized woman U the subject gloves never seemed to Into
to catch fish the Lincoln address at Gettysburg. service rendered by late 1989, go skates. All these things' could
work at the hospital from noon pier. to any on Remember? "Fourscore, and to one, two and four party bust. on which I feel qualifiedto the washer at the tame time be pretty earth-shaking If I ,

l to 2 p.m. Hope they hold onto Now don't tell seven years ago our fathers ness and residence phones. We expound. And my darling daughters would were organized The &Insurance II :i
me expected I
.. a leg or something 'til we much of a column you this brought forth on this continenta always enjoy Mr. Holbrook and I didn't Intend to be unor leave my shots In the oddest agent and t have become "

get there. new nation, conceived in lib. hope sometime soon he will re. places.. especially when I had quite good friends white haMs
week for "This Is the Week
Thank heavens Fred and Hilda erty, and dedicated to the pro. turn. Many thanks to the pro. day afternoon at the Association five minutes to jet where I waited hours (for me to dig IOTB nOM
that Is. We leave In the
morn position that all men are created gram chairman for this very building was Thus about
Valentin are back and they hive going came through the desk drawer for $995 "
P
decided to on the cruise ing for Miami then at 2:30 equal..." Bill read most of this, Interesting guest the whispers of the know-it- the books
go ,
we aboard the SjS The invocation was 1.dby Mrs ANNUAL AUCTION payment 1100 Dewslir.bre
p.m. go and it sure does all of us good the
with alls otherwise known as
us. Charley Folkens said Ariadne for Jamaica then on to have history brought before us Caroline Reynolds, with the Please remember the annual It always the unexpected and I'e <>,

they got the next to the last to Haiti. You poor things now and then. salute to the flag being led by auction of the aaaocaltton held organized women unplanned things that make life G.II.LUFFIe.

room on the boat. Hilda,hope wish I could take you all with Mr. DayErmand then in. James Walker around Washington's birthday Now housekeeping ls not the what It Is, So what If we're ... Kill .:.1... IhuhlII.ft
Jack Sharer gave a report on each year This yeas believe only part of my life that ls un* for the other
me. So until December llth troduced our guest for the always looking l H K! l I.t 'n
Adios evening, Mr. Carl Holbrook dis.trict the loi-clearlng project. Restated the, plane are for February to, organized. Not too carried S aba It's aU rtn of being din tUh... N
Christmas Mail amfcjosl manager for the newly a letter will be sent to 1 teSt Upon have something you friend asked If I s happily unorganized! >I'V,,r MI T.meVHt
PJS.-Glad to hear that George created Gulf district who gave all property owners advising want to get rid of, call Mr, notebook<< with me just for my .

Hints Emmert Is over his surgery quite a resume on the growth them of the plan to clear the lota. Hulpleu at MI 14224 and arrange. writing. Who me? Never! But
Issued and doing fine. of They will then be given 60 Dents will be made to pick it
the telephone company, since days I do cs r ry bank deposit receipts,
end DOUIll! CHICK
Saw Peggy Hood today at the early days to the present. to comply Another meeting will up. We also hold a rummage check stubs, and If sit these ,CHICK

By Postmaster expected her new grandson Is The newly constructed building be hell shortly as to the exact sale on that same date, eo eave have been scribbled on there U OFFIC!

the cutest, best and smartest. on 102nd Avenue, finished one 'time these letters will be mailed your clean, discarded clothing. rumbled kleenex \ DUNBARS fU//lilt
A little planning the Mother and Dad Keener a re fine month ago, cost $88,000 withoutequipment. Contributing to the birthday Someone else can use ft. always Uplrt the ,
during When the !bank were Jess DeyErmandForlst The next social night will be In my handbag. Imagine N. tur ..mpl IM..L.II.e a NIW a |
Thanksgiving weekend can help too. new ex. and Helen Hall and Carl r December 8th. The annual home fix I could get In If I ever or OlIO typ.wrll.rt. tHinm.mwMiM*. iNwk I Iorlltn.
!
avoid the 'Christmas Rush" s8lne ewr.ll | M* M made bake sale, will be" a Ini zed me handbag ,.... ulq.Ne. (Ill** hrnllw.l "IlitMiNkflH
Postmaster J. K. Rogers said December at the Bank of
today. Introducing The winners of the two 11th MACIIINKK M?* MKIMIMA
complete turkey baskets Naples. WIIOWANI'3IT
were
The Naples postmaster has NI) HK.N7ALH TUFT I'NOVIMm
William DeyErmand and young The ladies of the Naples Park I have given some thought
some tips which will not only Ih !t.IYFNI
put ZIP into Christmas mailing, Timmy Sine. Area Association: are planning to becoming organized though, 81j.r Avenue 60 eEkth'RMl 2O6x

but help local postal employees Your Deputies I a housework party on Tues.day. After vl.l1rlnlllnafrlend'hon- Yrn: .In. w11A N..!I..lnrr Ili+"
\ December 15th In the u.
move the record-breaking mow. ,_! that Is In Immaculate condl-
NEW RESIDENTSMr. soc.atfoq building, please remember .
lain of mall that Is expected this
Christmas and Mrs Kenneth the date. More will be
season. Wadsworth daughter end eon.ln. written about this later, and all '
1. Find last year's Christ 'di
law of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan are welcome
mu mailing list. U you don't
Reno of 105th Av.nue. are nowrllld.nLI Mr. and Mrs George Phillipsof
find it, or dldnt have one, make
one of Naples, and havetaken Channel! Drive, Vanderbllt
up.
over the managership of B.acb. had u guests, for four
2. Check to see that all ad. y
days, Mrs Phillips'\ son and
dresses are correct. The phone the Shell SUtlon, nest to Kwtk.
book Is usually a good source Chek, on the Trail. They are daugnter4n4aw, Mr, and Mrs,
for local addressee.S. .4 former residents of Indianapolis, Robert L, llallams, of freeport

Whenever possible, add the Indo Our very best wishes to L.L.N.Y. Mr. Italian is presl.
w'r them for a successful business.Our dent of Hallam Engineering Corp. /
ZIP Code to the addresses on the Mr
41 old neighbor Mr. L, a construction company in
list. Because: ZIP Codes speed Wofford of 105th Avenue, has Brooklyn New York Robert .1

your null, always Include the moved from the Naples Com. and Alice Hallam had spent 10 JiV.'e
code for your area in return mistily Hospital and is now a days In lovely Jamaica In the
addre..... This 4
is ,1"p
the best way patient In the Mt. Sinai Hospital, Caribbean before coming to
to Inform friends relatives and 4300 Allen Road, Miami Beach Naples On Friday November TODAY

business associates of the code ." + ,;! 'I.J. fla. I am sure his neighbors 10, Mr, and Mrs Lloyd Carr
number for your area. '- and friends will drop him a of Palm Court the beach, ..'1.
.. Determine your list of gift t "get well" message. ruined el a dinner party for
purchases which must be mailed. clan both the Haliami and the
Such / Attending pine needle Phillips I 1 r WE ENTER INTO
planning allows ,
to
you shop Last
last Thursday were Artie Boyd Friday,Novenrter (Owls
early when selections are great. 'Jtti. Mary Jaeger Mary A. Nelson, full of surprises for the Tonal
est and you can stock up on mall. / .,, Jean Van Bevy, Peg Lenvhe, Halls of Bay View Avenue" Van.

Ing materials la advance Be ", : Catherine Hoover, Ruth Hoyt and dtrbllt Beach: Dinner just being OUR TENTH SEASON r
sure to purchase enough material I'' Frances Warner. over, the Bob Browns and Bert
so that parcels will be parked Mr. and Mrs Larry Taller 1t.1... came to call from Mai. 1

securely.The of 9Kh Avenue have U house larha ,Ia., ant before they left "
postmaster emphasized "' tt guests, Mr. Homer Myers, of In the afternoon, Mr. Ml Mrs of fashion leadership In Napleef
that poorly wrapped and loosely : : Indianapolis, Ind. R. Kagenback came to spend the

packed cartons are the major Mrs Walter D*hrlng of 108th remainder of the day and evening.
cause of parcel poet damage this Sorry to tears that the
Avenue arrived home early whole
W tee) that than before fash
He also suggested that the ad. week from Washington DjC. family of the WimpJohnsons of < now, more ever more
dress be written on only one weeks 10 kh Avenue have beee
where she spent a few down lon-mfndVd the
of
side of the exterior wrapping and FRANK: HEIRS women ares, aware pereonalliedattenlton
with her daughter and family, with s bug Hope they are betterby
that a duplicate address be In. Our fniU cakes are selling now, and shoo thie bugs Johnston of Florida offeri.
eluded Inside the carton, In ease Deputy Sheriff Prank Htlrs ..r.". as the jailer for awed
fast. Do try one for the holiday
the outer Is not Sheriff E. A Doug Hendry. Previous to the
covering secure Jailer as. They are the Benson old home, until next week, remember

and Rogers comes said off. that the lost Of. U slgnment.Imnokalee he was He a has radio been operator with the on department Hendry's stiff' style IJ4S., all Call sliced me, I at pounds the above for thoae and may who the are IU good la your Lord prayers welch Mine! cur beginning. M''\ have brought you continual

flee Department In WashingtonIs years nember or contact any of the over all of rOIl and he'p keep nonets In faahi/ na, always with the dlstinrtlv John J!
Heirs is native el
predicting that a record seven a Wtldveetf, '11., but has been s ladles oo Wednesday or Tbars. rw well
billion pieces of mall will move resident of Collier County" the past else ,..,.. aton of Florida !I/ok, whatever the price,
thJ'cqtilt postal system during He had sis years of service le the army .. Die Far East.
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the peak nun Just before Christ. Deputy Heirs .toes vita wife, Shirley, and flr .sOlIta ,
old daughter Debbie Kaye, le Anise Estates Cast
mu. Ka.
We wish to mature you at this time, that all of our
The cooperation of all mall. plea NAPLES
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roMt are rl.-dkat to serving YOU, our \ sluedruttomert
set holiday card, letter and MIAMI

package boson Christmas Day.A and ''hat our fashionwill evntlnm-' > r t..-
little planning wm make the Jk

.Christmas.ve'fJ'JIW.II he nun said less hectic tor .t Burger New Year Round Daily Schedule hoMH with infinite rar to Insure you ""11I11111'.111

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xv HEADING THE CASUALTY LIST '\ LBJ Seeks to Send Funds


Nt\tJS fj; To States for Education


___ BY BRUCE BIOSSAT

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1964 \ T-: j Washington CorrespondentNewspaper
Enterprise Aswi.WASHINGTON.
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I A Majority Once Knew The World Was FlatThe Specialists in federal-atate relations argue that any NEAi( U.S

\ tax monies fed back to the states can be handled without

Supreme Court decision holdingthat merged and their voices largely stilled. IA\\\ i 'major President mlsuae.Johnson will suggest such t turnback early in

all the A of the excesses of numerical much of these funds
state legislatures upper as braking power 1965 The hope. of course, is that will

well as the lower houses must be apportioned majorities will be lost be employed in filling huge educational needs The plan

solely on the basis of popular The argument for this revolutionary -- would bypass the roadblocks that long have Impeded general

tion hit not only Florida but all the reapportionment is that the majority federal One expert aid to in education the federal-state proposals field says the pressures for

states like a bombshell. And it is going to should rule A Washington columnist, action in education are just ss great at the state level as in

keep on exploding for a long time to one Patrick Fox, recently called attentionto Washington and will keep state officials from unwisely diverting
returned tax sums to lower priority matters
come.For a few flaws in this line of thinking. He believes too, that waste and other laxity In the allocation .

all of our history, it has been common "If a simple majority were always of federal feedback (funds would not produce the

for the their out Fox "there would be / that have arisen with the specific grant of
states to apportion right, pointed serious. problems
House of Representatives on a populationbasis no problem in letting it vote Its way EEl $ \\Q iiI I S interstate highway monies to the states.

and their Senates on a geographicalbasis Immediately on everything. But a majority FOR AM WHO MVY: BE CONCERNED another point is

such as by counties. In this they once knew the world was flat. A made Even had Congress surmounted the obstacles and

have simply followed the federal system, majority opposed the American Revolution voted federal aid to the schools the lawmakers' ingrained
fear of anything that smacks of control of education would
as laid down In the Constitution, In which ." I surelv have produced legislation' free of Important (federal

every member of the lower house represents Fox might well have added that a Itrlngs.

about the same number of constituents majority of Americans once jeered the This being the likelv' alternative prospect, there Is clearlyno
d in over the dangers of lump sum return of
while every state is allowed two automobile and laughed like loons when federal sense revenues moaning to the states

Senators without regard to population. told that man would travel through the Ft'drral'llate experts are. In fact overjoyed at the new out.

Unless this court decision Is negatedand air In planes. An endless list can be made look. The think Immense advantages of flexibility In the use
of these fund will go( with any reasonable plan the Presidentpropooen. l
a constitutional amendment, apparently of Instances where the majority was "as .

Is the only way to do that the wrong as rain" These people do not contend however that all virtue re

big centers of population will almost It seems reasonable to believe that Y sides with the states when it comes to using money for state

completely dominate state governmentat what Is right for the federal government and They local ire purposes the first to agree with federal programmers that

the expense of the rural areas and would be just as right for the states strings tied to U,S, funds have often been highly beneficial

rural residents. Their problems and but the court has said not a word about both to the taxpayer and the recipient of federal aid.
v.y% +c: 3I kRl.-
needs which most certainly are different the method of electing .
changing present IV TilE BROAD HELD ol public assistance, a favorite target
from those of the cities, will be sub- senators and congressmen. of those who consistently assail federal aid specialistshere

,.( sav that state.local personnel standards have been substantially .

Sounds Impossible Doesn't It? t elevated to the "merit systf'nf' demands fixed by
. ,... federal law and regulation
The Best of BoyleBY eople Social Security aid to dependent children and other public .

The housewives of Collier County ready to eat or almost so, or the fact that aid programs all must be conducted by employes whohave

may be Incredulous but food prices, many foods which used to be available HAL BOYLENEW in thenews met carefully established standards It is a reasonable

measured by the accurate yardsticks of only during brief seasons now grace the [) gum Similar that merit untold requirements sums have been are set saved at the as a federal result.end In

Income and earning power, are lower store shelves most or all of the year house AP) Tired of projection too far distant are future right 75, In the cent not \ 'I unemployment compensation civilian defense various agricultural .

than ever This Is a credit that must be shared- your old Why not Junk It, of the country will be urban.per By services the work of the Children's Bureau (mater

At the turn of the century, average and there's plenty of It to go around. you and do buy with a new your one old car-?Just as 1980, It 1* estimated, more than MILAN, Italy (AP) The. activities nal health help for crippled childrent, and numerous other

pay was $11 a week and about 50 per The American farmer Is the most .efficent In the future that' Just what half be living of the in U.S some population 40 metro.will magarln that New Oggl York reported frlnos today ot There can be no pretense that these standards are always

cent of It went for food. Today the and productive In the world, and every Americans wtU do, according to polltan complexes of like million Henry Ford n and Maria well observed but they do serve as a highly useful check on

average wage Is around $100 a week, consumer Is In his debt. The processorsand a finance"The field.xp rt.1* chanting so or more people. Christina Austin before*ay Christmas.The they will. the defects large which funds.can quickly creep into any program Involving
"It is a fascinating shift. be married
20 of It. packers have played their andit swiftly there are so
and food takes only per cent part, many McDonald aid that while the article, by Benedetto

Moreover, the figures can't reflect Is a big one. And, finally, mass distribution new U out Innovations of dale In -25 years that a,"house said suburban ring are enlarging Mosca, said "Three person;

the vast Improvement In the quality and brings our splendid fods, In all Jack H. McDonald. around most metropolitan areas very close to Ford gave this tus. <.
apartment Marla Christina herself confirmed
skyscraper
healthfulness of the American diet that their variety, forms and abundance, to "You should be able to tear It building are going up In the it, although not explicit; The World Today
It discard
rebuild
down and or
has taken place over those years, or the the consumer at reasonable cost. It as you do an old, car now. downtown area of titles in New York, where she live" By JAMES MARLOWE, .

enormous Increase In the number and Sounds Impossible, doesn't It? Buta That day 1s coming, Just si coon movement."There 1 You* a have great one two-waj grout after Ford leaving and the Milan former tor Anne good.McDonnell Ast.tltt. Pre. Ntw. Anelri

foods offered the development little figuring the tablecloth will U w. can find a way to reduce
variety of or on building material cost." taking people out of the city, were divorced last Feb

of convenience foods which are prove that It's true McDonald, 54, son of a Pratt, and another group bringing ruary. James Mario, who usually elation says it receives
Kan., railroad engineer, mlgraUd them back in." he said. NEW YORK (AP) Caroline writes this column, 1* 01 va hundreds of qjarles from
west as a youth and entered "Many of those returning are Kennedy 1* 7 years old today -. tao doctors asking how they can
families who hive raised their help o/erseas. It also has a long
1 the finance field. Ispresident two day after her brother, '
of the JnodrJ.O'I children and are weary of com. John, tumid 4. By JOHN BARBO'JR list of delicate for mndical he'pfrom
muting or bored with the rou live with their mother AP Sclen:* Writer Malaysia' .o N'jarn.':
the nation's fourth They
others portal
Corp.,
'
say PUBLICATIONS WASHINGTON AP There
OTHER ( ) -
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM largest savings and loan holding tine of suburban living. Mrs. John F. Kennedy, in a Nev t* a bread: of Amnrlcaa dto.'S To help the American :doctor

company. It has assets of nearly BARBSBY York City apartment.KARLSRUHE. w!l) giiMr the world' poorest ao-oil: some J5 group collect
$900 million. old mndlca': Jourun's mid< l.'uusamp'.es
In thilr hinlj old
GermanyAP humility :
In : from doctors to sen!: to
gained making
Expectance HAL COCIIRAN ( ) Mayor Willy Brandt ot: wan tents tholr mark: oil the missionaries.What .
loans
thousands of home has
West Berlin has been over m'mVi o( mill from Hit raoun.
made McDonald an authority on Some women would be lost whelmlngly reelected national tains of Southeast Asia to the Carl'!xi saw In Africa
were the coin :ao-niace, awful
America's building trends. He for words if it was against the chairman of the opposition So. steaming forest of Africa -il:
of aid leprosy,
the husband usually has contagions yaw
say law to talk about other peOopie. del Democratic Party. SoJfh America
of In and epidemics of Infectious:: disease -
the least Influence
anyone | Thursday And save for the mnntitswh
The re-election affluent .
that merely trojV
the family on deciding on the
strengthened Brandt'* leadership ., n the? dramklcaUy: die. the
kill\ theunjern.urlshed
but
nature of Its housing When you art yoiny to for next fall' general dec., Turn DiiVeys sad :he Paul Carl Anif-icanj* 'l.
"Mom 1* still calling the shots pay a visit to your out.of tlon campaign against Chancel, son labor largely unkri>"'n and o otMr clIl
In American home building. town parents arid don let lor Ludwig Erhard and hit unacclatmijl jy thus>>l felts! vents like
Then com the kids And then, To the African! mm
f them know !you art com Christian Democrats Am,-lcan'.
1 it's Some. Carlson bring more! thti: "wipu.
and only then, Pop. it t otung yourself, One such dra.nitlc moment
times even old Rover bas as all the looking.forum d'copleasure LONDON (AP) Prime Mln, cam this week In a place called They bring life
much to say as father" liter Harold Wilson plans to visIt .' To Americans, the way Carl.
Lumumba In
Sqjar a
city
McDonald say the American several major capitals of allied ., called Stanleyville in a country son live: and served should
I* somewhat nomadic by nature Europe early next year Ian n called the ft likely bo more !mj>i>.Ha.it thin
Congo was as'raiue
effort to rally the way he died, caajht In ai
and getting more so. understanding g "
: to die to
pace a mt.sfron .
"On a nationwide basis, the and support of the international:I .- unfortunate tide of political d'S.trei
a
more co.nmnpi
average person moves one ev. policies of Britain' Labor part]y, cal! ad Ro'llnj Hits, Ca'lt. *. Tu Carlson'; fathor p\r'
haws It WILl moal mp'e: of silt
cry five year, but more often government. But Dr. Pu Ci.-Uo-i a
than that in the Southwest MidWest Informants, who reported Aplane b I aa> .,' h SDinolh'nc to give Tm not as much:: proud as
in London Thursday night, humMe," In s:\14 "W-Jl'' w'>> "
We'll bet that teenagersjust hal chosen to b* there bocaaieh
:
been said no definite arrangements imputed to de for -thl* do'J'1tlQC.
"w. have always pretty
love to see the night get fet he was needed) there
nwlwi
much nation of one-family have yet been made. make: mo p-Mi -It
a ting longer if there is a bright So It is for a growing niimSir: ;
homes and that will continue. mil humbl n"
out. of American doctors who for
moon VIENTIANE, Lao (AP) -
But land 1* getting so expensive, sake -- -----
convenient Amirlcan liv.
Gen. Kong Le leader of thi I
,
7 1 there I.1 also a national trend A thief J 'iped 50 pound neutralist Laotian will ing and rewarding medical
army,
,
toward hlghrls apartment of candy from l / spend next week In Buddhist practice at homo to serve for
'
building even in Hawaii start and nm look
retreat. nearly nothing in the w'Jder-
This country 1* no longer forward to lot nf' toothaches Today InHistory
J D a The 33.year.old general, a d*., n....* of the world.
1 V agrarian U our economic
rout Buddhist, shaved his headand I
AMA w 1 There are more than 3,0)3American
', '.:u ,' changed his uniform for
"1 knew this would happen tome day, the way you buy raffle tickets?" ._."' ar n,,.prcpA; ;; .,a, ,. robe three day ago after strange doctors transplant at work Into today the

ANT ATOM 610Il'l'IR pending a night meditating in I frustrations of poverty, among
cave, It wa reported today In discuses, ? foe u
BOAC ul.C they news By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
I ALIBI cATtLC Vientiane ho-ni, 'ri plaads *:.*r sxtplcloa: Today i* Friday, Nov. Z7, the
How Sonic Can You Boom? ACROSS B A L N T O T la the rule and rust m'irt ba 332nd day of 1964. There are 34

1. Prune 28 Orangr AMC R I N D P C R e4Csrpa / Ad.,""."t ppt.c.I; it wKon you won, ail: where: the most invx>r. day left In the year.
tint mill from horn might be s
"Renting agents say complaints position that people will learn to skin
about noise are the chief cause of live with undesirable conditions 7 t'nrhd. ;29 Roman GO ST001 AUC r/7Il nri'o" package of surplus drug *am. Today' highlight\ In history:
tend road O R T K L A N S o plea On this date In 1749, Robert
rising turnover in rentals in New run into at least two eventually 11 IJve 30 Mttdl G L R M t O N l'TI' C S THc COLLIER COUNTY NEWSeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Like Carlson, they may work Livingston statesman, Jurist
and other cities and for occupancy effective correctives. One is that in eln1rlok hospital .
York tl: Yellow :31 Chcttr a I L RAC C a one mil, and member of the Continental
problems In new apart. the calculators carry their abuses bugle 32 Female in a Jungle eUirlnj, thy Congress-was born. Livingston
M L D L A A C C R L S
ments." too far. The other is that some one 13 Away frolll animal mtv fist theIr day beginning negotiated the Louisiana Purchase -
0 WiC V A h C NIC CPLR btfo-e li.-. vidml iu bei1 and wa associated with
to won "Ind..rd 33 Peddle
statement somewhere begins NEWS
This significant ap- person COLLIER COUNTY
U Wicked 34 Amoy A N O A L R R nHrgV, the; may and thelmp'3t Robert Fulton In steamboat development
in recent report to the Wall der if things really have to be as
pears a U Blissful 3) KIIOI'oIl.lh MICHAEL CHANCE. ECU-puMr..eTHOMAS seals for theta wale: r
Street Journal. It was made a long bad as they are, and asks the heir SOLUTION Of YISTIIDAV UZZU "AYllt. AUOCIOU Educe L1
way-both in miles and subject question.A : 36. Cool 49 Dear 4 'loIlUIf ALl MARSHALL I It., OPOLKA WYATT 'dv Mock"' ...Sup.... b/. TIM/ ceHalnly find: D) short. On this date

from a remark by a British minister woman recently interviewedby 19 Expire Compelled leather ('oIlIdlk DAVID HENMANSON. ('re Dlr.etiMKS. age 0: p.i.ients. In 1S6S, the Battle ol Qua.
about the sonic boom of new the British Broadcasting Corpo- 20 Fll\orlll& 41 The T DOWN true" LOUISE DAUB. Offlc Mr" For CarUu sole doctor for chla, Ark, wit fought Gen.
I 44, Drtgi 1 SclentiMtftorkthop n II nicul pallen.s I 100,033 African -the end war George Cester trailed a war
dally e.c.pt Montfiy
aircraft, that "people would learnto ration said she had a right to 2t. larchht 4). Bombyt mt ; mn4 t> In ,.. .(l.rrwvH fey cheer rhea he visited till Onto party under Chief Black Kettleto

live with It." But it points to take a noisy transistor radio down 23 H.alllll. 46. Thunin 2Ufjlo >4.V "Dottedson tht.. XI.rJ' ':':A..Putdnhlnf mi..,South CIm Ht e. la 1(31. He closed: up practice in his Indian camp and ennih 1.
one possible rebellion in an over among the quiet fishermen on the 47 Camera on moue flr name pit*. pr. >>.... Moil .eld,... f, O California, trained In Britain ated the force there.
banks of the Thames equal to the 26 Em.nellon ee 3 Dug s ui 9 F< Mttcfe I.. 1137.TN. end: w,it to answer thai 11I.1. In 1S73, the Hoosac Tunnel
complacent age. .
.. ......., 1110? for oH
This Is the rebellion against the right they had to be. there. She 21 Forward 48 PoNd tenon 10 End lain ......."' ..... H* atmoK certainly felt that Massachusetts, the ArK great
iris .
III"Illanee even bardtJt Trti were tunnel in America
intrusion on privacy, and on lib claimed as much right to her kindof 18 Knirr . only a In the was com.
I g/ J at i l ad .. drop brk" o; Af. jxleted. Work bad started In
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.
which people and noise other people had to [ 20 limed .1Ilpt''* Mitt lieu
erty, some yes as prey I85S
'y ....... tr nie.il. My.111.' lit
institutions, seem casually to per. heir the songs of birds. /I/ 'fa II ,J 21 (.if *4.*M.. So It U for some 7>> Prot*). In 1919, Bulgaria signed a
petrate by projecting noise. It is Sometimes society as a whole 22 Novell 0... V._.r Silo Si,. M...,... I'M.Tlww tant anl some SO Ca'JoUe: meJU peace treaty yielding territory
I" 1"6" 21 Umindi "' 1SUS. to Greece
true that the human race can adapt seems ready to listen to arguments 24 Rnound M.w.b.r el TI\. A.......... fnw.wMMti cal mlsaiooarles yr) try to cop and Yugoslavia.In .
>h .Mill.*) clvt'vwy I* tile with the br/al tau of milan.trttloi 140, French warship*were
itself rapidly to the inevitable, and -if they axe advanced in defense to t ; "l1 I" 0 I' : H fvtJ.iKiiig UM tar ,.MMMitiM ., .I4 toed, ail dist**, who 'N a scuttled al Toulon

especially to that which seems to of material progress-which) are as I' II Jl JI If : girl w flees..ll n it.H all priM4 AP new m Mrs.,"Mn'w pope *. wojiia bur alt -inldrtM fcwi-e Ten years ago Alger HI**
be an accomplished and irreversible oversimplified in their own way. 21 FenianUir .......d N meend ltt. ", .It... .t till pUb only ow will mar. was released from the Lewis

fact. But just how inevitable But when an apartment house I' 2f II j 1: ,l \ sadJ M...nder Pent Act ONce If ..."r.NIl 1'1.' .So....I"ptend'. rive to s>>Iu:ire 71,. IIOflD" burg Federal Penitentiary all.

and irreversible li a given fact can owner finds people moving out because uutt mental caeaattr ir serving a 44 months term
.
j T- owe' TM NEWS (Mum** ** ...* *- for perjury
still be open to debate the walls are too thin the I": 15 Employer, ...,, ttr red r.*.m .f ui>.....'t.4menvMntti Ant so !tt I* tor IM 1M4 xHo.-* five years ago The U.K.

The fact of noise has become all sound-prooMg material makers JJ JJ jl ta EniriKC TIM NCWS' phMocrtpo MMmm M **MM...II who line under Care Medico General Assembly war U re.
/ t' H r".p'waMy' ,., ,,-......*I *"' program and the SS to 40 who
>UMing
too sanctioned by acceptance reluctant begin to find new markets This 1ft ans.'sedv.A'. MM, with a vote scheduled Dec.
red. pot to tntmttT to>if to- the
U" K if .<... .* .1 ea a deadlock
twt not MCR
official who over
but often resigned by many may be a sign that '/ '/ .tll" Born pen k..e tile .1It wo. ., MS 1r tMdkal Hip BJP*. either chootiac
people. But so was despotism in think people will hale to learn to J1 ig t/ a : : Ir 'J fJ 3, \Ur.h peer R M MM t.e .dverta..teM rw.tit torrtctty Wet Other work for the Peace Turkey Council or Poland for aieoirtty

government at one time; so was live with sonic booms and an! their 40 Periodat' :. erred eNr'rr d 1s t..Ie':Wun' Corps a1. other CA. gv/tr One year seat
4' alt ,. eWn.M -II .t.M' 1Mwr mnt a *..:. a)1 the emphasis ago President
.s
torture and all torts of harsh lawsleading lesser Uk are themselves going to 0 amt, _1It_ ".. N E tauvos addressed a Joint ....
a titan:
1* often trail' B JTJ
em
4J Guetle pate at till .Mmu.MtMN try
to it.Calculations have to learn to live '" Itbh.. Ir dfr 41 Vknowlnig. by ema..t .del MII. to take over close the Amert. lion of Congress, calling for en.ictment .
the BOTCOol.S tt IM N*.l NN. of Prestdent Joha r
based
on sup people. .e tM ..r..W* en .*>iti* sue cans go'une.The 1teImId1'
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C4MUM COUNTY NIWS N....ire, N*. Pithy. Ny* M IT "'" 5 I

Over Crime Shows w i Hosoital. Report- .

ADMB3WN5JeastemUVM.Jaek


On TV Coming To Head tip f"w Hutto VanOuaeo 11/11 Sidney. Nellie West For. .SMr Jew nwashlmton '


OUbert Moreau. 13,05 ()
WAWttrtOTON (AP) A The subcommittee's chair.charge !Kyle Defiuamao,Morris Dejarnette. IERGLAHES
speited by senatorial I i man, Sen Thomas J. Dodd D. .
tint crime end violence 011 tele> Conn., has ordered a massive r ilA Frieda Trawtok Arthur -
vision .help lead to )Juvenile de.> project to monitor every pro.
Hamm, SUaj Bacon I Kevin
UnfMMy apparently is ram uK: gram aired In the Washington
to a...... area, to get evidence for subse. vane, AiweUta Pol.... Marta r5t
Senators have started ttlklncerf ; quent public hearings & ')el) Toro,Russell Beany,Irene
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possible new laws to force i No date has been announced ar I. I\lauder.laoob Williams.

action If the television industry, for the hearings, but they arc 11/20 Rosa Lee Jones
,
I IF
doesnt "clean Us own houM," expected to get under way well Angola Curry Worth Johnson,
as they pit it. before spring Lillian Brogdon. Frances Ms
TIM Industry, contending the i NAB's Code Review Board an gen. Barney Levine.
senatorial accusations are exalt'1 organisation of nine broadcast. 11/71 Anna Knight David 1
tended. tad In some case un.> ers administering Its Code of 11 11ed Howell, Anna Henry Nancy
warranted, hM served notice tt: Fair Practices, has scheduled
1 Smith Lee Hermanson/ Doro
will fight My move toward fed- meeting here Dec. 9.10 The
enl censorship of profrems.TM subcommittee's Oct. n report thy Rose.
eombatenla are the Senate the Senate contended that telev. 11122 Patrick O'Sulllvan.
subcommittee investlfatlng:; lied programs excessively tea. Dan Hudson William Banfteld. r :
juvenile delinquency and the i I turing crime, violence and bru. Tommie Jefferson Frances
Natloaal Association of Broad> tallty are a proved factor In ,,!,. ...... Simpson.Juantta Mamas Laura ,
castere, representing: the bulk: Juvenile delinquency although Met*.
of the Industry. not the only one. \VT ARE PROUD OF YOU" could have been the them "of an informal 11/23 Nancy Cook Ray UNITED FUND
The subcommittee has cited a "The patience of Congress, lumhtonith 'a bin cake) sponsored Tuesday by th' Naples Senior Baer', Mildred Frechette MurIel News
number of crimes Including kill.Ings though considerable, Is not end.and HiKh s liool cheerleaders, honoring the 1964 football t 'am "We know Francis William Henry.. .t

violence extortion,by robbery youngsters I>I, less warning.," the report said In tin, i 1".1 i H tmtimes. weren't any shorter, and we know th' knocks weren'tnig Patsy Hicks. William Rice.

who gang allegedly got the idea from Howard H. Bell NAB code I. H, and we are proud of '(Ill." laid\1. cheerleader Lorna Sheakley, Vlrgle Gordon

television program director, told a reporter by tele. 01' !iart,> of the team is shim at lunch NEWS photo) 11/34 Emma Murray Virginia 'rI
phone from New York City the Ktdwell. Florence O'Dell,
subcommittee report made a Luzlalo Fugh Sadie Ensign
number of unwarranted allegations .
Holiday Traffic Including one that many DISCHARGES

broadcasters seem to violate the 11/18 Elinor A rick, Mary
Takes Six Lives code with impunity.The ; ; Burroughs, Shells Johnson
subcommittee the
praised Barbara Grant, Jo Ann Grant.
code's content but said It was

On State's RoadsBy ; violators poorly enforced continued and to that display many f Faye Alice Jim DeVogt and baby and boy baby, Sarah boy,
'
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1, the NAB "seal of fair practice" ) Ford and baby boy, Earl Craig
Hol'd-, accidents In Florida}: In advertising which supposedly 11/19 Otis Johnson Nellie IMMOKAI.EE HELPS Last Monday was kickoff .
claimed six lives by the end of attests compliance with the Ford. Wtllard Miller, Jeffrey day for the nlted Fund Drive In Immokalee
Thanksgiving Day and efforts 1 I code. Jones, Zelms Oliver, William Its goal of '13.001( ( which $1.350 was received
were to be renewed to find the 1 I Bell denied that enforcement Thomas, Norman McLelsh/ early at hendquartei-ft In the Bank of Everglades
driver of Inlet.a car that plunged Into'I of the code is lax. He said many Sharon Washington and baby M mall contributions( ( poured in. Here Betty Curry,

an Palm ocean Beach County officers 1 I radio and television stationshave boy Jesslcne Llles and baby secretary Is pnlntlnjr the amount received on the
lost their right to display
said the car that went Into the 1 I the teal and that the is girl thermometer while Tony Ilosbough! the chairman,
Industry
11/30 James Street Russell looks
Atlantic Ocean Inlet
at Boynton 1'taking steps to sharpen the on.
Beach was registered Barbara 1 Bony Gilbert Moreau
sting.
Mattwly, 22, who has been mis.., Bell said the industry does not Angelica Possds and baby girl, lut week that the universityhad
log since she left her secretary' claim it Is perfect, but that It Kyle DeOusman. baby girl Mr. and Mrs Joseph '''thl largest collection ol
Job at West Palm Beach to drive 1 I can and does police itself effec. 11/31 Arthur Deaugtes, Marion Washington baby boy ugly, shabbily dressed and sal
home to Boca Raton.A lively, strives to Improve its Situ Bacon. Emma Stevens, 11/19 Mr and Mra. Marlo behaved girls In Britain"
search of the area by divers 1 I standards, and will resist any Lou Ann Steels, Maude Brawn Posada, Jr., baby glrU Thursday six of the coed
and aircraft ended at darkness 1 I government regulation of the Frank Wheeler Harriet Swing 11/31 Mr, and Mrs. WU- grabbed llenry u he walked

yesterday.In content of Its programs Jacob Williams, Worth Johnson Ham Lee Brogdon, baby boys through the campus, pulled off
another Thanksgiving fatal, He said any such legislation Kevin VanaFrancesMagah Mr. and Mrs Bobby Henry, his pants dragged him to apond
Ity, 16>year.old Paul Prevailshot ': would violate constitutional ./ twin s1 Mr and Mrs. Con and threw him in.
Davis baby boy, Sharpo
himself while hunting frogs,, guarantees of freedom of speech ulo Del
Toro baby
Polk County Sheriff Monroe 1 I and ofthepress.an Baby boy. Mrs Title
Brannen said. 1m10llph Hutto, Jack 11/33 Mr. and Walter Companyof

John B. Morgan, 66, of Oce Van Dusen, Anna Knight, Maria Paul Curry baby gird' Mr.
Ridge was killed Wednesday Del Toro and baby girl Doro- and Mis. Fernando Motes Naples
night when a car he was driving\ Poppili Fabrics thy Rose. baby boy.Nigerian. ABSTRACT ESCROWS
on U. 8. 1 hit a utility pole at TITLE
S' To Open Retail INHIRANCK
Ocean Blvd. police said his"
heart failed before the crash Shop Downtown FOOTBALL COACHES[ Billy Bryan, Jerry Morris and Jerry Howell 1123Herman Peeler,Mor Student one P.rk I Mil ItMl ,

William D. Farrior, 38, of De., (i l-r) watch as Mrs Donald Berry cheerleader sponsor does some ris De Jsmette, Lillian Brog Dunked In Pond
funlak Springs was killed east of r Popplll Fabrics one of Naples carving on the big cake prepared for the occasion don and baby boy Angle Curry W" s' ,
and Juanlta Montes LIVERPOOL England (AM r: II.,, ,
Crestvlew Thursday when a car newest Industries will ._ baby girl.! ,,; "
driven his struck -- and baby ITIllte( > wuwui.Annls Henry Osahon, 17, a stude.nl hlv. t
by teenage son ; uojt v Fte
retail Fifth
a bridge open a shop at 365 I HI Henry snd baby boy twins, from Nigeria, wrote In the Liverpool .,... I
Avenue, South, On Tuesday. '
Raymond Luttrell, It, of Jacksonville ,, Popplll are creators and designers has not only contributed to the Joie Gonta'el. University newspaper

was killed Thursdaywhen olhand- rimed fabrics art of Westchester but Miamias 11/24 Arthur Hamm La.Am ._ _. .. .. .. .. u .. -- .. .. -- .. -- -. --
his car collided head-on,I well. She wa recently commissioned Hermanson Rosa Jones, . . 91 . . .
which are silk-screened In Imported
way with east another of Jacksonville.car on an express, cotton, linen or silk. by the Jordan Marsh 1 1v Laura Mets, Virgin Gordon, J SPECIAL 25% DISCOUNT }
William BanfleU Frances
Boutique Shop to series
The Is housed copy
Alfred Henry Fox of Fort t plant at Naplesi
of and Now is the time to get carpets and rugs
Pierce drowned Wednesday. His I Airport and the firm will offerort Japanese Chinese scrolls Simpson JL your .
car plunged Into a canal at t exclusive designs for either apparel to be used as wall hangings, cleaned We can icrnovu most water and dug +
Pierce, police said. or home furnishings. The paintings were shown as BIRTHS T stain Satisfaction guaranteed, *T'
*
At Paxton of an Oriental trt-for- 11/17 Mr, and Mrs. Kirby
In north Walton> The Fifth Avenue shop will part
County near the Alabama line, be managed Jacqueline Wake the-home display built! around Junior Ford baby boyj Mr. : Al'S CARPET CLEANERS *

Jerry Lamar Nobles, 26,of Flor., Beeson who comes to Naples! authentic: Far Eastern antiques and Mrs. Rainey Jim baby

ala, Ala., was killed Thursday, from Westchester County, New and objets d'an collected by the boy. For Free Estimate MI' MSIO *
night when the car he was drlv.
store. Mrs. Beeson Is also 11/11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert
York, by way of Key Biscayne, *
log left State Road 187 and I
credited with a number of contributions Lee DeVogt, baby boyi Mr.
crashed Into a telephone pole. A Miami. 1r 967 Airport Road Naples, Fl. *
to the Grove House and Mrs, Gary Frazier tiles,
de- &I
passenger, Herbert Cobey, 52,, Mrs. Beeson an artist In CoconurG rove. .. .. . if .. .
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Naples Eagles Fly High For Closer 27-0


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End Of The Line thoroughness not demonstrated In i extra point and the Eagles had
previous games. a 13.0 halftime lead ':;.1 i Hawks-Wildcats

For 14 SeniorsBy their Fourteen Naples seniors Higt closed gridiron out DASHES 3t YARDS PORTS

careers in memorable fashion The Kegtes wrapped It up early Tangle SaturdayAt
DAVID LYON Another senior, RichardWoodruff in the third period, driving 68

OKKBCHOBKh NapleB High abated the last two yards in five plays to assume a NHS Stadium . . . . . . . . .
School' football teen lived up games became at a rib injury 20.0 advantage Walker set up the
to He served at a maoaferWednes. touchdown by 10 and
preseason forecast In the running Maples Hawks and Shadowlawn
final game of the season, running i day night seven yards around the right Wildcats tS-pound football teams 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Ntplw, Ft... FrU.y, Nov.mb.r 27, I t.t4.
the Okeechobee Brahman of 1 the Captain Bruce Harris, alter. side will meet for the third time this
field by a *'1.0 score Wednesday nate captain But Ritchie, Bob Then Foster took the ball on season Saturday at S p.m. at
night, Knh Alan Foster, Steve Clerk, a wlngback reverse and slanted 4w. the high school field
The Eagles of COIil'lI< Jerry John Bass, Brad Vnkeless Lee through a hole at left tackle. He I f j The experienced Hawks have
Morris parlayed crisp blocking Treadwell, Wayne Jenkins, Bill found running room as he headed obtained two previous victoriesby
determined running, and lugged Hartter Hay Peterson, Van toward the sidelines. Though hit scores of 34.7 and 27.13 over
defense in their convincing vie. Weeks, Bitty Bryan, and by a couple defenders Inside the the first-year Wildcats Coach 1 ,
tory It was a fine finish fora Walker all went out to midfield 10, Foster stayed upright and Bill Cooksley's East Naples a
club whose Ineffectiveness for the pregame toes of the made it across the goal line. youngsters have been Improving

stumped many Eagle supporters coin.The Htrtter's extra.polnt boot was all along and are hoping to give
throughout the long Mason. contest was especially true.The /J the Hawks a real battle this time. {
Blessed with wealth of abllllty meaningul for Walker.th.lnjury. teams exchanged fumble e Coach John lamurrTeKlwanla.
and experience, the team never plagued tailback. Accompanied recoveries near the end of the sponsored Hawks have rolled pp
could seem to get together until by a wave of blockers on most third quarter, Naples gaining five victories In a row after X.
Wednesday's explosion against of his running plays, Walker possession on Its 26. The vls gaining a tie and a loss in their
the Brahmans. A close game gained 118 yards in 21 carries store moved steadily dcwnfleld first two contests. Their only
was anticipated, but Okeechobeenor This was by far the best indlvl. covering 74 yards in 13 plays for setback was by one point at
anyone else could have dual one-game rushing effort this the final touchdown. Plnellas Park, and they hope to
touched the Eagles on this par. season by a Naples player. Key play in this march was a avenge that defeat December U.
tlcular evening. The 27 points fourth.down pass from Ritchieto The Wildcats have a M
were the most scored by any TOP RUNNERThe John Bass that netted IT yards record but have shown 'a high ? 1
opponent against Ok..chobeethi.I big night enabled Walkerto and a first down. The tall end degree of development I 10 only
season ,'I finish the year as the team's went back to punt, but fooled the their first year of playing ball.
Naples, finishing with a 2.7.1 I'leading ground*alner, despite Brahmans by throwing to Bass, Tru.
record, rolled up 27Oyarde on the i missing tour games because of who was open downfleld t l' ,,1 I'' h \.tia'
ground the handed knee and mouth injuries On Bob Demolition
at Eagles a wingback reverse, V Plan
Okeechobee its eighth lots of the Wednesday's first quarter was Koch advanced 24 yards around 11.r
season against two victories Inconclusive. Near the end of left end to the Okeechobee 18.Billy Derby Saturday At .
Carter Bryan Billy Bryan Alan ':the period, Okeechobee picked up Bryan moved the 14. M I rd1Y
Foster, and Donald Walker each 'two first downs and moved to and Walker carried I :the nextthree -- > ......... -f. Naples Speedway
scored a touchdown and were the I the Naples 13, but the Eaglespushed plays for gains of nine, FLYING Naples Speedway will hold
the Brahmans back to COLT-.It'. a familiar light when Ray Berry ((82i t A
principal backfield contributors ]: three, and two yards.
the 15 before of the Baltimore Colts I leaps high for another popular and exciting
to the potent offense taking over Naples closed the scoring with a Johnny Unitas pail
and heads for the demolition derby! for the pleasure
I on downs. a flourish when Van Weeks,hold. goal line. Berry and Unitas hive been
SENIOR'S LAST CAME On (the next play, Naples gave Ins. nn P..H..A. .,,....._. ..1...... connecting regularly for nine years. of racing fan Saturday
The experienced Eagle line, Indications'I of good things to ment attempt:-stood'up and south.feawed ;. night at the quaner-mlle stockcar

a trouble spot most of the year, ]come Behind good blocking, a pass to Ritchie,all alone track east of the airporton
moved out the Brahmans with a Walker dished 22 yards around in the end tone, for the extra Radio Road.
I right end.. .In nine previous I point. Naples Shifts Gears The demolition event will climax
-games, tne longest Naples run The last half of the final quart. the evening's activity. The
THE from scrimmage was only 18 er provided a chance for Naples regular card,ofraces wills tan

yards reserves to get some varsity at BiOO, with four events In each
Walker followed up with runs action. During this period, Pet.u.on Hoop Season of the two classes latemodeland ,
,
of 1moved and five yards as the Eagles a defensive halfback, took Coming UpThe Jalopy.
across mldfleld.
Billy a handoff and
ran eight yards to
ijiqG Bryan ran six yards, and Walker first down on his First prize In the demolition
found a good hole at left guard ing effort of the season.onlyball.carry. season Is over for Maples Eagles' 1964-65 variety ease derby 1s $15. It will be a deserved
for an ll.yard gain to the Naples.whlch had gained nearly assistant football coach Jerry team, and this morning was the prize for the winner of
Okeechobee 29 u much yardage passing as run. Howell, but he has not got any first time out for those players this survval-ofthe-flnest"|
nine (520 to (91)) before Wednes. time to relax before the season The season opens at Puma competition. A SCORE of 69 at the Beach Club is the reason
AND RUNS OVER RIVAlS day's game, attempted only five begin for head basketball Cords December 4, one week Mike Yahl will try to extend for the big smile flashed here by Tommy Weeks.
:. r COUNTRY Carter Bryan came in and passes. The two on target were coachJerry Howell. from today, so there really ls his two-week hot streak In late- A golfer of less than four years Weeks started
found scored on hole the next play. He .'. surprise aerial to Bass The Eagle grtdmen concluded not much time to get ready. model races. He has won six the round with a bogey on the first hole, and a
CLUB a on the right aide, and an earlier Walker to their 1064 double bogey six No.. 2. Then the
cut back and bowled over a couple Ritchie warfare Wednesday Varsity and "B" team prospects of the last eight missing out on fireworks
with the hat.'ACIUTIIS Brahmans in the secondaryas pass play of eight Yards.V at Okeechobee this morning today began their In only two heat races which started. He birdied No. 3, sank his second shot
he galloped 29 yards to the Howell had his prospective eeuon-ticketselling campaign. were won by Mike's brother from 140 yards out on No. I 5 for an eagle. lie
end tone. BID Hartter's extra OFFENSEThe players working! out at the high Those basketball fans who are Richie. birdied eight nine 10 and 14, took a bogey on
point kick sailed wide to the left. Eagles didn't have to pass school track and gymnasium. overlooked by the student salesmen 13 but parred the rest. In the foursome with
In Southwest Mo/ldq The defense forced Okeechobee much because of the ground Non-football-playing boys have can call the high pchool admissions for each $10 ticket. Weeks were Tom Abbot, Jerry Fyke, and Marvin

for Country Club Into a fourth-down situation! on ,.me'. success.. Naples again been practicing for some weeks. starting Monday and place their Howell decided not to reserve Oglcsby, former assistant pro at the Ilole-m-the-
the next ..rill. and Naples took varied Us singl. whxg attack with Howell Is counting on a number orders. any particular section of seats Wall, now a at Elgin Country Club in
LIVINGGOLFING over on the foe's 39 when some T-formatlon running and of football ,__ .._u___ _. ...__ ._h_ pro Elgin,
players for the iu "": piuo cetiuntickets. 111. (McGrath photo)
Okeechobee chose to pass Insteadof passing plays. Besides Walker's : "The1;
kick IIS yards Foster GOOD BARGAIN can: alt where
Ray Peterson broke had 42 net
II ...Ie Clw..'.*.'. Cell i III up this fourth-down aerial pity yards, Billy Bryan 39,and Carter Hachney, Keith Orschell, Rex The tickets cost $,10, and are they wish," he said.! The home Season be taken only\ during the trapping
Mtlltut ".4.,... for pie. for the Eagles. Bryan 31' Okeechobee'f leading Storter, Bass, Peter IOn,w..u, designed to give fans 110 worth opener with Cl,wlitori Is pen season, December I to March 1.,
Naples covered the 39 yards ground-gainer was reserve quart. Hartter, Jerry Rose Steve Clark, of entertainment. One does Saturday, December B. Applies Only Doe deer may be taken under
SWIMMING. eight! play. Billy Bryan startedIt erback Cliff Betts, who marked Nick Pedro Bill spencer, and not have to go to all 10 special regulations during regu.
AAU sine peel 75'a .0's )0' .011. with a advance up 84 yards In 14 carrl... home The coach Game BirdsTALLAHASSEE
( only" iM"M" .,. etsde/M. Mven.yard and several others. games to realize the full Is reojulrtng all To lated managed hunts on specified
ended it with a two-yard run Naples, defense was at Its peak Naples Okee.-" ,value of the season ticket prospective varsity and "B"team With the o.penlng wildlife management areas.
HOMESITES. across the goal line The senior fully deserving this lone shutoutof First downs 14 6 Howell explained. members to prove their of the statewide hunting: Protected reptiles that may
Tk. MriiMltr ktuwntti er. M.el, fullback scored through a gaping the 1964 campaign At least Yards Rushing 270 101 There are 10 punche.(II each endurance by running one mile season, hunters received a reminder not be taken at any time are
for she beet C" .trr Club Uvtiif hole created by the entire left 20 Eagles shared tackling Yards 25 ticket. A fan can be admittedto In 6i30 or lees On their first from A. D. Aldrich, di., alligators crocodiles, and black
H' Stll'.....' '''"4.1 side of the Naples line. Walker I chores Carter Bryan and Fos. pasting 7 caimans.
Passes 2-6 1-6 each of the 10 home contests attempt this morning, 19 out rector of the Came and FreshWater
contributed
runs of 6, 12 and I ter
Intercepted
T were Ray
SMl'rwul/S. 41fHONI while the season la on most
Hartter was on the beam with the ers birds and
Ml { M'i tame animals, other
Punts 1-39 2-2T games., He can even bring nine The five whose times were birds and animals ? ... eeg
are protectedand
to the first home above 6i30 will another
Yards penalized 6 guests game get may not be killed or molest
and use up the ticket right chance or two, or how many It ed under any circumstance.To .
Naples OUT 7-21 then or use any other arrangement takes for the boys to lower be on the safe side, hunt
Okeechobee Q 000.-C to secure 10 adult their times. Five lettermen ers should shoot only game
return from the varsity squad bird., aa most other birds are i
\ SCHEDULEDec. that rang up a 12-10 record protected. The protected list
.. 4, at Puma Cords In Andy Lorentzson's final year includes all hawks, owls, sonbirds
w .nee r wer Dec. 6,ClewlstonDec. as head coach last season, ; Insectivorous birds, wad.
Beach Club MenIn 8, Alva Howell, "B" team coach for ing birds, shore bird., Ross

Dec. 11, at Key West two seasons, was appointed last goose, snow goose, swan, and }
...1".. These birds
Blind Dec. 12, at I Key West spring to succeed Lorentuon. are pro.
Ule BogeyTwenty t
us. deliver teal by both the State and U. S. rn
15 Howell this Is
: Dec EvergladesDec. Assisting winter! Fish and Wildlife Service. U .
18, at Venice Dick Thomas, "B" team mentor .
five member of the protected birds are crow, star
n full-sized Beach Club Men's Golf As socli- Jan. 8, at LaBelle ting English sparrow and vul.
Chrysler tlon braved the(welcome?)rain Jan. 9. at N. Ft. Myers hire
Wednesday to compete In a blind Jan 12, Puma Gorda BACK AGAIN The list of protected animals
bogey tourney at the club. Jan. 14, "B" at B, Verot The five returning varsity that may not be taken at any
for just a few dollars On the first draw three play. Jan. 16,Venice lettermen are Steve Clark BuiRltchls. time Includes doe and fawn deer
Key deer cub bear.panther Ev.errladea .
,
en with a score of 7Swsrede. Jan. 22, Immokalee Bill Morton Bob Koch .
dared Jan. 23, Moore Haven and Bill Splngler.! Lost from mink and Florida wea.se
winters Including G.L.
Beaver mink and otter
| may
a month more than CUrie, KOI. Peace, andE.V. Jan. 26, Fon Myers last year's s usd were starters '
Brumflel. Jan. 29, at Orldo. Evans David Pease, Bus Berson; and !

Other winners were L. (varsity only) Many Bowen. The state athletic Prep Football

some smaller Brown, 7S| UF. McConnell and Feb. 5, at Everglades association declared
cars. Bill Whlteley. 761, and Alex Feb II, at Fort Myers Bowen. a senior this year, Ineligible By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS >
Butzke and Tom Abbott, 19. Feb. 12. at Alva became he spent more Tampa Plant 7, Tampa Hills.

That's not hot air. Theft a fact. Seven models The type of competition for Feb. 16, at Immokalee than one year In the ninth jrade, borough 3.
Newport next week's play will be announced Feb. 19, LaBelle Clark 6' 4" center, led Brandon 14, Cast Bay 11
are actually that low priced. And every one Is big-a later, a ipokesman Feb. 20, at Moore Haven Naples scorer lilt year, with Bradenton Southeast IS, Palmetto .

beautiful 18-foot two-ton said. Feb. 23, N, Ft, Myers a 14.8-polnt pre-jame average. | 0Tampa
with
Chrysler
a no-extra-cost Catholic 7, Melbourne
383 cubic-Inch V-8-thot I Catholic: 7 (tie)
runs on regular Come
gai. Sarasota 21, Caraaota Rlvenrlew TKB ONE DIDN'T GET AWAY
tee the guys who can make it a big-car year for you. 11Miami and William Nicholas of Hunt
Central 13, Carol City 6 I ington W Va., has the pictureto
Coral Cables 10, Miami Soul A. prove it His prlM catch,
west 0Clearwater a 11 pound, 9 ounce red was
40, Largo ISSt. caught off the end of the pier
1jrAt fft.rtl/\. k 4 tPf Petersburg 14, St.Peters. on a small Hurricane rod and
burg Boca Clegs 13 Pfleuger reel. Two hours work
Jacksonville Lee SS, Jackson and some help from nearby Hah.ermen .
I ville Jackson 0 were required to land It.
Jacksonville Dupont 41, Jackson Mr.and Mrs.Nicholas are spend.
yule Landoa 0 Ing their third winter here at
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Into Glades 'OUN. DUMP TIIIUCKS

MSI'c. tioreby I.e. 15.1 It,.
Sec's o1 County !eiomlson.s I
CSSI10r Court will r Slvlsea' led
Resume Dec. 12 bIdIuflt'IllMAMTud.' Do

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dulY truck cab a chatin with tht
Boat-actdea into the beckeotmtr' Mjew,ng MINIMUM tPOCitlMtioni

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These Saturday boat trip, Ieci 1 i I with h.ipri vacuum hyoriulu

THESE ADVERTISERS -- bRanter patrol boat, hav I I brll> 10 ply bMMIO tub type Midway 2-2107
tlrat. front a dull rear factory
become a popular activity fun etandaro dlrctlnl I t\a

I I Park visitors Two trips will 1 Mhj. Wait'uC'.r'm. ',. right \ _
ANTIQUES DRUGS LAWN CAR ; dofrooUr: chain ta
be offend .r'w:
again this years On I 1 be I cu yd water Houiei For Sale
from level, I 10 tteel Announcements 23-Misc. For Sale 57-
starting the National Par; gauge dump beds.
SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP IR. PRESCRIPTIONSI O"'L with 5 cob thitM" *. undrnith 7
Service boat dock at
EverfladeiCity ,
TOM hl/4raulc hoi it with, control* mount
I iui.I ." .. the other from the Vlelto.1 ed 1 In c.b Color of caba t dump Southern Tteveleri .III op. CARF. .>ETt *na I I. can bo .booutjful HOMES IMMEDIATE .PCS
I ACCURATELY4 badt off wh"tt Thar aro IS,.. 131| poor ot Mocedenlen Mlttlen.$ .1 you "Sti '1". Luatr SfStlON N. clnmg, roil '
Y '89 Airport Rood. I LAWNASIIRUB Center Boat Basin at Flaming:1 till Chtvrolet dump trucki to b* sty Bte'lH Chuich Svn4>, Mnt lctnc .hor,1 N. .nd I bedroom with. ? batht
Prompt Fro. Dollvory Duration of the trips Is tI.ua1lJ 1 traded 'n Bidder thputd Indicit.Int Ne.tr.eer J 9 .1 7:30: P.M to* Furn tu'. Co.. _._ IIMHL each from 111,MO Low Howuymont "

tt I DON'S CARE from .. pr'c* ol truck Ira diMounl tpontrd by Senior Choi; "> modal potitbla dithwaah city wellr0utt
five to six hours. Interested
I..* '......1 .51150 ,.., I... Ired.I Everyone c.ial.lly Inoltid.V1RA'S .r. "lbs n*. r.*aonbl.* MI loses the watery
I LIGGETT 11..0;
Gift* Jowolry Antlojuo* REXALL boat owners should aaaembl I i In oHawanca and net prita ta Counly ,."" II". It ,: othari off
... .. Shopplne Center lU'6SERVICE Alternate bid, net price$ to Countv :: Mil *...r..* I mmuttt to
2-2136 at the designated starting point; BEAUTML
: .
Lona.Iriebslde
without" trade In lidder muttfurnith "' .....' Ml pin' Herbor
BARBER by 9:00 a.m. for a briefing. 'Tb I s% food faith" ..._.t on las Tth St touth 26-Penonal V II.... PolIO, Clii
SHOPSROSSI'
EXTERMINATORSREASONABLE STATIONSBOB'S ,I total amount of bid, Th. Plied r* Comer of Ills Ave a
____ Bot.a.cido will leave promptly ...... th'* rght, to ..//oc' any and 7th Street Ml t IH7 'flRST?; FLORIDA REAL
Li: Barker Shop. at 9tSO a.m. .11 bids VII tf ALCOHOLICS' ANONYMOUS
P.k St. Ml.2-4449 NAPLES PEST Boats participating In the Boat.) OARO. Of UNIFORM Mn or wum.n ."'" .rmkinsprobKmi ESTATE MART, IntROOKjlOE
CONTROLSERVICE COUNTY COM MilliON I''" Ask tot H.ip by call
( \ Three Miller B.b.rsNAPLIS VILLAGE
ID tl,II to 111 M All I4M$ M .
.cld. must be able to maintain I i (SEAL ins Ml I S list\ v,i"tart cordxllywlcmd FLA,
.
'HO""ING CEF.. SERVICE Maretret T Saott, Cl.rSPP net and large We navt added Ms.t1s', ,n ,..., NAPLES
milesp. I
Two Moilar Barba STATION a speed approximately IS R W ...tty. Bare sillsLINNIE'S ".pint Chuich Ann*> on Its .55jjjuIST"5jdrO0m5. ,
PAY 0.. N'GHT' .? hour and should carryenougb I D.puly Clerk UNIFORM SHOP SI II lIlt, A.. eury Puss ... I."," florid r..m perporl" I a
0 Op.n J-5 OG Encac I"n.. Mechonlt Reed. Jorvlee40AO Awl for a 60 to 70 mile trip HIV, II If, ISIS 137' I ill Htndry It Ft Mytrt. fit. 0,1 n.SIttOll000M" utility room lllnlU I corner
M. d ,Pal I ED tIll
I on dvy with
RATES W.I..... lot baiutifullv I IkndtctDed
P'l Neturel Each craft should provide lunches ., : :
Way i thrubt CItol. drvoway
NOTICE Of INTENTION" TO "VE iliA THOMA' 36-Wsnted 10004051
I.) Uttna Heir To"'e'nl"I'' Call Day .. Night 101'.2.1695INSURANCE' North T..11 Ml 2 MS7 and enough drinking watt REOIITER FICTITIOUI NAME D.... Alteration of all kind. To Buy Mouto comfloteiy lu.;"',ihd

for the day Picture-taking op.: HAROLD F RAKOP *nd HELEN, Ipsc.lI 'II' 'In h."I" QownsMi \I..d p'Ck"p truthS .."'.., Prlet 114.m By *pposlolot.
CLEANERSJERRY'S SHOE REPAIR H. RAKOP hutttnd and wife. .nd : 1.150* 11117 SI Q.od CO"dll".n" Stcltl000 Prop'Sn AI501ISISOLllcille
portunltlea are numerous, so I I N. LEWIS CHAMSERLAIN, a situ", ,.. M.rt.uocs c. IlI.'NI' Oslo VIr,1, MalcolM
camera Is a must. In addition man, hereby only that they ere ," P'" II 5450 W't.h,
JAEGER INSURANCE ,Nductln. motel and apartment Boats-Motors Acces.
i suntan lotion swimming suits. ,on'.1 bu.."... end furnlthint andrtdar / 18 Sle
: Aulot For
DRY CLEANING ) Q sAVE MONIYIAU ATMINTAUTOHOMIOWNI""I"I r _lt ; Insect repellent and raincoat i or 5111,5 uaually,.", Ic.incident* '' thereto commoditt all O'DA" DEWEY POLLY

ONE DAY fal\ C will make the trip more enjo) ,; s'tdIr 'h. lICIlIlOiJI "am* of MOTEL 'lb..I. Soilbsatt TOP GRADE USED CARS REALTY
4 SERVICE HatOoFvIS \ STEWART TIwp Sloe c.rIlfy" tt'sI,
I 'dP LU 'HO "IIoIO CINttNOYH .. './.. H..'. able they, Irs th'* ,,,,,* ond only) ..."... ISIS CHOPS. CRAFTSUtod COLUFR COUNTY
, I ., sad bu.I"... .n'..'...., each belt INS Brokalaenflc .... folly. RetltofCorner
tAII tfOKK .
MI.-n. OUAKAHTtSDHI 0 Dewey
842 6th Ave., So. MI. 2.7390 ownlni ,intarett therein' at followt: lions Smith" Ctiris'CroflPUbMsrti MOTORSII IM Aol No ondTtmiami
I* An I.140' Harold F ....., am) Helen H. MI $2757 Corvair Mani Aul* Tics Trail
PUBliC NOTICI Rahop husband end ef" 11% II CS. N":v* Ipt Cp Ml' H'M_

DRIVE INS JEWELERSMEADORS' UPHOLSTERYTROPICAL I *N.alnaie'L..I ,*man Chemb.rlaln. 15.. CI.... In wnrt *plant '.re.. II Ply YI.l Eldorado Wai ltd Air TrinII Fi '0" fly....... 75.4'.
that el bull Sale ol thlt baaulilul V Chna C.d Conv room I btti CSS houtiien.1 so
NOTICE, OF INTENTION' TO end it* prlnclp plat
Cln Pull Pw
North, No. Craft Twin Enenos. MaadCunaa 111 MO Ml 14,I4,
BLRGLRStfr REGISTER FICTITIOUI, $ NAME net 1 it Tl Ninth Street 10 Valiant Ito, W. A T
J Th. under ... .. p1... Florid. DoNS Findar Saarch 10/11
." do h.r.by ctrtlfy r : Imparial Crawn Air Full Pw tfHOMEI
They .,.,. It I I. their Intention Custom mada Itustiios: .11 BY" STONE
SHORES I' the I tm conducting mot.builnnt .1) I 4 Jtiuai I Or lad I .p..' '
V DRAPERY ) at 150 UK Street loutS. ,. opplv t* th"* Clark el th* Circuit' ltd Cock .Pit Co..,*. 15.000 WOOD CHRYILER. ASK ABOUT our J BR h...,>*
,U" ,,.:fihl f N.,).*. Collier County Florlde. Court In and for Colllir County, firm. C.II Ml 11141 and Ml PLYMOUTH under con.liutlon 0" Bi" "
[:'dwl # UPHOLSTERY under the' fietltlout nome of NA florid. to raiialer" the' laid ntmef HIM \\l/n tf North' Tfi.lII MI OWl 1 Ion C,rcla ,. NAPLES JOIHH
.'.....,.. JEWELRYMI } -- c::::: .PLEa MOTOR LODGE ..d thot Ml. MOTEL ITEWART. under theprovlaiont ft ChrIs Craft oluminumboat 'O'WO w,IK good !.' ">
REC firm I* competed of the fellowlniperton of Chapter mi. I.... of tida curtaina, and top COMET WhllaI aulomaINS & PAVMENr pollS
ipnCjfpm: W 1-5*t a ion 1 ESTIMATES .0,.. nemo end pint eresidence ,I Florida, Acts of IMI a* *...."d... Two II HP II Johnton Motor r.n.r.4,, sod h..,.., ..,pe', LEMS' lea >i. Jbout .M".. .g
for te e out ordere !I. II follow, Wit"... their, hand tIlls Ird day Ilk. n..., Trails A I co..nf900 door I ynusrcnl.I, ..*.! o.dhtor'oPu"h"C' n'jry ",
"orfh Trofl _,.,,,. cfiy II", ". 7IT FIFTH AVI .0 511) 9h St. No Ml .13303EGLEB'S ALICE R DANIER of or will trada for J..". 5.1 conditun 1 **nr Will a* .' alaitr,c.l work 0d. "" > '
171 Ttl Strut South, H".H'b'rkW'CHAMllllllAI'" f liter III, PM I mi apt .ld.. car,, small best S 10...t.I. 'tIll' ,..1 Ol your ".w
Noplot. Florid HAROLD F. RAKOP It12Help h.rsda snd .k. oy.. poytss'tls.S ""' *
Ownerthlp ol NAPLES MOTOI HELEN H. RAKOP. .11 .".. S WILLIAM sTONE INI
LODGE li .. followt' William, M' Oraealy' .",Id."
ALICI R. OAHU 1NII Attorney" at Tax Wsnted 'I551AambI.. Cless.Iiir. IB Tenth $171. mr-T:IOPIV
It my Intention I* apply$ to Otis I 41 Fifth A..".,* SoulS Wagon Still 10' ,.sS sr Iradlso. HOUal t
Clerk ot th. Circuit$ Court In ...d< I N.pla.' Florid ., car I., mn I, lee thi Iw* bedroom homeat
for Coil,.. County Florid, to r.", Mo... t II 10. IT. ,INS_till lhart ordar slob and t dnH 5.50 a,., pclit.ots "C'II :: >M IllS Aol fto 11\ ISO
I.,., th.' md' mm ., NAPLEi. I w.ih.r Phtn. Ml f till I 7nl dayS 0' 7 un nl.stilsIlil COLEMAN BOVD ...110'
MOTOR LODGE undor the provlnant IN CIRCUIT' COURT ll/ll StCooks SI41TuckS 4fl fMh X No___,_ MI MUUN
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of Ch.ot.r 20)13. L.w. of Flat TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; .
ORNER By HAZEL ABRAHAMSON Id.. Act of IMIWITNE1S COLLIER' COUNTY Grill.Cook Salad I1TH STREET NORTH
) my hand ind ...1.1I STATE Of PLOSIDA.IN i, Tractors MOV right" 'inI

. . . .S. . SS S .> . *) -. thl. Ind d>y of ALICE November Ft. .DANIEICONDON INS "r CHANCERYNo. 1171 Woman, PorUri Dlthwtihri Ihwotf Bedroom FlorIda: newer room home good I .1.'I ror>

I t McDANIELAttorney UNITED 'OND'IoIGIN'U..ANCI Bus Boys Waltr....., CMC TRUCKS a g.. al-clrn kitchen. ul,lily
*t L.w COMPANY with toilet' carport. Ne.<
fl) Maids Breakfast Cook, Th. bait ,., room
.. Suit t, B.lch Building .n Indiana Corporationauthonied your menayturr lkV Park Icheoi III' I WOTorn
--- -- N.,)... 'lold. t* d* butlnetiI Dfik Clerki. Morning and GMC. INC. for reliable. buyer
Nov. .. IL 30 07. 1004 .11 t I In Florid
Plplntlff evening ihlftt, food work. .u UI" St N*
BROOKSIDE BOWL ers were rolling forChessers* line Mam with games of 164 .... ,amporary location
_- CONBOYIII
THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE ln condltloni. Must fur. VINCE
IN THOMAS HIINRY SAXON AND |
Lucille Lord with a high and 146 led Fuller Industries
Six bowlers In
won turkeys gameof 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JUANITA' .A.OH.. also known .* nlih ood frnrs, Hull 45-Trailers For Rent till Aol .Parkway
Brookslde Bowl's annual 187 scored a 526 and Aga to a three-one win over Won IN AND FOR JUANITA FORTSONDfndn. E Ml I I kill

Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot. tha Cleary with a 181 tallieda der Garden Restaurant who had COLLIER IN COUNTY CHANCERY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF SUIT | day Inn 11th St. No. and tiI.l.ts SI ..n wll TV ---.nj..ygr'fi'INi". 0 Mt

NO til* THE STATE Of FLORIDA TO 10th Av*. Apply In person sIt S 05th 5 p.... It 5 *5i5 0"chance al IM 000 n.>."'(
Moon Mullins the man 524 series. Marlon Lessey Anna Mae Penno shooting a PS'S b". .
was high WALTER Q. IOROKOTV THOMAS HENRY. SAXON AND 5505 1 'Ilk hoIst vertoat Leidmgctl Impo"I
followed by Eva Hague, DJ came In with a 485,PattlDozzle 171, and Joan Lawhon convening TRUSTEE JUANITA IAXON.' ALIO to Mr. Dudley, no phont : tineardert OOItV ysa,, 'spool::
Plaintiff. KNOWN Al calls, pleas.. 11.24 511ip..o..1'iiioss 46 Trailer Park Spae.D" from sobsI.ctalp1,110 '
478. Juanlta 487 and the 5-8-10 Modern T from him.Ollered
Salmon Marge lewis Al Hi- Snyder split. y., operate ;
Keen Merle Harris ANTHONY RUIIO. i'i, "llu.O"uT': :OWN and but with .beoulilul, ,0,51. "
477. I
jek and Fred rllllman. Nancy Masonry with BJ. Broughton FRANK Q BVRO end Yu or* hereby notified" that boy w.",... Apply In oartonNaploa .itd.'so't C,... ..., lkvw J bdroom" hmit. I,::
ISO rolled 172 single Hands scoring 161-170-546 and Win KALIOPV BVRO. WALTER SUIt r.. bn filed, ...In., you In Vathl Club basIl .Romp IhullltboardRoetonablo detail* contact Otto Soul P.o
EDMONDS s.dQUINNINA I.tlt rental I Adulta Clermenl Plo IM III.IIIO.AL !
Brenda Shanahan was the big Harwood 153. Frances Fitzek nie MU'er: a 159 loner split HARRIS : EDMONDS, SIlO' a gave entitled teuee .nd you onuo South left yearly mile lf I liie trJi"_.
.'* ....."., required$ to trv upon Turn H *, ,____.. _
star of the Women's Church 166. and Helen Henson 185. with Stone Builders as Sue Till- INNIE BELLE RITTENSERRYJAMES plaintiff, ttorny who** sums tntfoddree ol Coprl Reed B yd I 1,15.
k. SIlROP .nd MAiaE ._, ".,_. your written 511., lsroti "lie t'I48ApIs. HARBOR
League Tuesday night when she 0 man hit a 169 game and !Katie SHOP' JAKE SOEKEIN end ......*. If soy, to It,. bill ofompleint 13-Help Wsnt. Female Moat attractive I bedroom I

rolled games of 166, 174, and Five turkeys were awarded Hajek 160. Two low average HOLLY MAGGIe TERRACE BOCKEIN. .CIVIC sod th* .which :, delivered In SOld to Suit, *herewithon ooy of For Rent bath home MI wiltl antingovertook. ''ot
la San Fmerly >
you .
fM !* NapM
ibl affl
178 for a nice 518 series. Brenda to winners of the Nlte Owls bowlers also assisted In the ASSOCIATION. I nen'prolHCorporation or before December HAD IM4 aiont Ra.pon laaratarv Paailion aookkaaparMutt ItfiaiMnlh....... .... 5' ...... at o modal thretldenae ,.

carries a 137 average and turkey shoot Lucille Lord split ctslon. Wilma Milne o.r.....",.. Herein will' fail net or dearee pro onfeet ba prollalant; with' ahort ISIS: o.l.w. WI '5 e'leredfurnit with" >
entered hand i44t Ml l SIll ."lthout and on be
NOTICE OF SUIT IIr 'II'f: nlItl or aoui; alanl and havabatio *r
rolled 107 pins over average. winning the high scratch"bird' who has a 114 average shot THE STATE OF FLORIDA' TO' tor tho pryed .0Cr.tDlIil OMkkaapinf tklllt I 0.woub m.I...*, AptCounty ---e.I11 r poroSeeod *l a I.aura well: ,be.

Zulah Corwin with a 129 average '. Agatha Cleary was a 144. and Helen Hall a 112 WALTER HARRIS. EDMONDS LINNI'sod Th. nature of Mid SoIl being for w.,,,".lnludat c.odltlrs'l.t, Eiaallan C.II MIL )' Court H.-C." -f,... lowmanl eatual rail Ml ctt I 1 4741 For .appo' St...v i

first In the division The OUINtIINA' EDMONOS. ".,ocIOlu,. Of M."..|. !ll/H. ...tf. -- out to Royel Htrbor .lli I Iday In
tossed handicap bowler. a 138. ---
found her line and average BELLE RITTENBERRY. JAMES WITNESS my hend end the ...1.1r !.!!.L.__ __ .-1W!- "/II IInoVAVWfisfln
of 156. 118 and 169 and followed by Mary Bliss Mar first and second place Caribbean K, BISHOP *nd MAEOE BIIHOPnd : f taid Court ., Ntple' f land. 1"1.Oth C.'olol.I furnsticd I ..,_ :-Tiv .
games JAKE BOEKEIN AND 'MAO r of November A D IM4MAROARIT apt 4 bfw I* IK'* .Plot 'V bad
a 503. 114 pins over average. lon Lessey and Nancy Keen. Realty were all even at OIE$ BOEKINAddrttet, day T SCOTT GIrls wanlod Apply, err I !.'*II \ibis. in Adult. .<, lOll ItS ruem I balh with' two tarr.g. a
UnknownYou Cov Ltundry U/SOIl waterway Lot fullyl.netLoped
u
Curb ef Clrtull Court. h 5. :
The leading Christian Pinheads! the end of the evening two and ore hereby" notified, thet Ioull CLERKI StALl and teawelled Allalaclnc
h.. been filed egelnet I Uforecloto I ( Woman for .nor.'''''. Fin APIS kilthan Reverae tyiloheat
stayed on top ai they won two PINE LANES two. Ethel Jones rolled a 176 o mortgage on th* you follow. Sy INt MAGILL tidi*' Shoo ConfidantialWrit EBB TIDE end air end I.are..t,
tIorb
out of three from the Methodists The Naples Baptists swept game !Katy HeAl 180. Inga Gill Inp deearibed property Helen Tone Deputy* Hop, a Calli.r, tunly Now *aIMiAM < w....., Mnlhl ....... ''It d..501050. W/W dorIs

the GutterDusters movedto four point. from the Trinity 164 and Kay Hler 189. "Lot inclutlve* 5)47 ,Inelutlve end Otis sod South Let* (MIt SIonohelf lot Alic eiectyne'S. Vance Sulldlns, 11/ttM rgrnl.Bad1; ; I(.Mt tWroorn"load ; dula. > .ng.'rat cutlom lee daily:. -1 I el II her*l

within 11/2 games of the HI team Tuesday night In theMen's (*) of lot H, HOLLY II Weal l.flerMiami I MORE TUP'PlRWARlDEALERS Ill No polo or chiMrn" I 155' Ill Bonita Lu'.. MI lUll
TERRACE SUBDIVISION 01thown I II/II III
U
florida I r lljlf
leaders when they took three Church League as did Winn.DixieSales by" Plat Book 4. ..... MPubli Atternsy 1.1.51'SHo. A'.laan, furaiajkad-.m Iii I IwdrOOffi t bOth furn.theo't

from the Question Marks, and the Trinity '2 team from the .,11.* "Record of Collltr County", .' $3. ,'l'07. Des t. 1104 $311 ARE. NEEDEOI' Pin Rid|* Oo4 **, i"i-t..* ,I., I ... h. W..I" di5SldOV'

the Dlablos lost ground when First Christian flvesome. The In Otis ._. .ntl"" SsiiSO cod II" wai Ml I IJiy I _!.. !. .!" ,...""n.''t IS .1'.11I.' I 10101,liSt Ml15th ,
ore hereby required ,. earva IDOOPl.4tt'lf' i PIQUE FOR HOI H..ly.5 emItMi to 'd' IIII
they lost three to the Mixed Bonlta Baptists Hand the Bon Are Up attorney" whoa* name enddreta N..... '10., theeeerd sIsti.d, epIrl0000s AlP t lilo both, dining room hugePtende
It hereby
., hereon. w,..,..I fiven ltr.shIvO udte.l. .
Christians. Belvla Allen roll- Eta Baptists #2 battled to three Wlnn.DUle'e 640 super markets ..,.......10oo If any. to the your bill of compleint of County Cemmittionert. Col alt siViP5 TUPPINWARE. N. ,....... h..1' tally ..' room lit* elate ....,
and with the 1 ... ; tier County will receive tecled bids, ..... oalad Ys.I l. H4I CrattManor liful libe view ht
ed a in Hazel Knock one result No. In laid .. copy" of which It I 1w0511p .doertis.d 5.5 I. r... : fI"IC'1lli.-.
game her. (Kwlk Chek) and .delivered ,. you herewith ojn or b*', et the Ceurthoute. Et.t ".p'''', f I 1. rifts GasIsiSI' .e..III..... OtiS .' IN lIlt *l IllS! lOSS term. 41
150. Margaret Mlltner 172' team coming out on top. A 203 throughout the South recorded a fore December. HAD 144 until IM clock. P M 'u...., f.r.44 ttPtSs' i.S.sa North It... I OIlS asS | i4 11' AltlltPhil
and 543 by Charlie Petty was Herein fell not or decree pro aenlotto December I. .IH4 for th* leHawing lion II.'VU >IR* P 11/11 N II.,.. Hildy' Olton
Marie Weaver 178-457 Tess B.8J percent sales Increase ttur. ) will' entered sAM yoilor I "."' sO uipmrsOI 0 lea 111* It Petartb | or '"/IIIe"P', l'hADLK AT1ISSI
Hill 142. Merrell Golden 163- high for the league. as Ken inc the our'week period ended OIlS ,.IIr prayed In Ih* bill *::I Fur' (II.,Ills I deer teden with 1111 I44IJII rr,7 M NO __ .__ _u.at.1! ROBERT H JAEGER
Ih* fellowlni MINIMUM apeaificeHon '
447. Joyce O'Green 158. Darlene Arnold turned In 1530 and Mal Nov.mber 14 compared to the ComplelntTho' ..,,.* of saId uH bllng lei. 'IM- w"..,....: I ayl Ito' hi/duty. YppisI' ,iterlliaud. re SHORES APT _.. I 5.05.,

Blackburn 162BuMyNel.Ion colm King scored 626. Harry correspondtnc period last year. Foreclneiire of MortgageWITNEIS 'Ju in diaplacement enfme, manual ...1,05 ,...", .".nt. loll lImo.C hYhiti SI'ppIItU COy Tot 7500
my hand a"d the *..1 I apses trantmitaion' IMXII tIres d000c.e Ptiwia lor WISP Ml | 44HXaily .a ,
163. Ruth Dodge 156,Reggie Clouser tossed a 190 loner The volume wu 170,261,321 of taid Court .. N.el... Florid, thii I with ...'" heater 4 detreater. direcli vow Imith L.."., In Read ..d Arara *' __ J Bedroom:: J beih Den da
..nel II volt eiectrictltyatemi ,III'' < til. I Ton Air Condi!'ener and
180. Theodore compared to $66,394,713 a year \lots day of November |INS gnoit Ml 17171L.dy l
Ralph Spotts
Lulejlan 153, and Jane Russell MAPJOARET T color. off white There will, 49-Houiei For Rent Pith' whr Furnithed or un
Boltze 170, Frank IDes Sr., aco.For the 20.wek period ended CI.,. CIrcuit _JICOTT be o trade m of three III IMI Ford lor yaar round employ ="c.>, III N* Ml Ills Ave
159. mont al Prathart Dry CiaanwiDH S 4070 0175 If
183 and 189 and Rudy Beers Nov. 14, sales were .$341,336.. (CLERKS sEAL) alee'I.'h: abets MusS ba aapabi of noalhand __
000The By IN MAOILL SEASONAL' RENTALS
Pl., ... ,
to 323lJ2,93o iranin. apply in
726 compared ,
162. Deputy Ci.S000000TY County Health Dapt CountyOevornmant SB-ton For Sal.
Men's Church League on an Increase of 5.63 percent. and AYLOIII Center .... Naole*, ,I""'._IfnBpinini,...IIor. Launy lltM. slid up p.' basil _
o o Cantr.l Av week day raguler wortln
Tuesday night saw the Metho- Ml any darlog
Naploe Florida. hour aids eKeuld In..*.'. l tt lor' TRAIL FRONTAGE N.eletMinr
dist fl team Increase Its lead The Wn'u Leaguehad fUMJC NOTICI "." 21 17. Do I, INS .11.. ,..., let* dixount. let ,*.....1 .. tratary OI' M Apply one MARLOWE AND BECK agnod Ie.m.'c'al
when won the Saintly Sinners taking --- .it* la lae trade in oMewance and :1.II'H: *", tt I* ALTOM ideal for TPfUCM STOP or Moses
by one point they net price to County' Each b,u., lIt Fifth A.' So Orowmp,
three points from Methodist three from the First Baptists NOTICE Of APPLICA'ION fOR TAX DEEP rnual aubm 1% |oed ,. '. .., Ml | Ull I >4M. Mill :..r-1.Ut:

'2. Emmanuel Lutheran took the Holy Bowlers three from NOTICE. .IS wiselY GIVEN that lack 0. ... h4dr of fh. follewlni The port .in...lbs"' rewrites mount of SIll' their right b>d torict 14-Help Wanted Male .C>_*>* j i I* eadrtom dSlf aW.._OorTM. I.*.-. OIls Aosoialsl, ,ViIl MaruisoNqSI .
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three from AssortedChrUtUnswhile Emmanuel Lutherans, and la* cartificata, hat tilad ..... tart a I><.<.. I: tea deed lo b* taaue]I eny end Ill bid. sNSIS0vi5I**SI 14/1 Myra 5,1011115 W..gSIDEWEY ..
three from the Christ- '''.._ Th. .."t.CW. "",.,..,. aof <''d 0., ... of wtuenco. tho daecriptio*.I 10uNt. OF for Moth wr* Oriv, Mj"i* l"d*
the Presbyterians and the Trinity the' property, and th'* n...... $In which *...*.... .'. a* '.11_.: (StALl COMMIIHONERSret A.L Youno' man ,.,." 05105IlIS $l/L POLLY

Christian Men's Fellowshipwere Ian Daffy's. Rose Ingram was Certificate, Dacrp the star of the night as she W eeatty furm**.**! lentrdlv 101.5.1oo.ee.sal ;
all even two and two. of IMI EH .( $( cellWWe IW t Rcc f. ...,.....'..noI. ClerkNev Mill' 050010' PW.4od ''{1"1:1 rMtel HIM pM ytili REALTY
Cart Chalonder one of the seniors rolled games of 169, 155 and W" of IWO of IEU r1wi ,.. if, IM4 .I7INotice I ,SlIl. M'l NOPOSI Ml I,,, MI" tint u/ls ifTuT
... 4. Twp II S III 1111' N "
187 for a nice 611 set. Nour KK*) Ttif'Sm HttrT ...., _...netr.
among the bowlers. was 14 ., IMI Lot t Sit I Trail h'!.to*. ... Atlintnl Mortfaf* C*, SCOUtS, P00 1101I -.e-i'iiI'i;; ; r;i .. Ow *r wt$M I* row,.* 5OS Qoo.,_DowSe I. As ."Ni and!
high man of the night when he Turner tossed a 173 single. .. Twp U I II.. It E1J DOO STATION WAGON ore'erred but not neoeteefy t'OoMi one bIll 00 priviwimnut 7151001 Trail'

Dorothy White 191. Jane Her- Of IMI. N* of I*"* 54 NW*\ ... II. A or n> hereby given that the tom. Tn CountEna neerig lit at N. MI tun MilUM
turned In games of 220, 187 Twp II f M E V t t:::::: ',,'f of Cisesh,, C.......... ..., delI i. p 0 ew wr Plo I!!(" It "" ,rl.rC.-
and 173 and a 680 series. ren 154, Sue TUlman nO.Caro- .., Cou.5 .." ." '" SldsS ,... florid. Ml fait* .Mo *
big ill of ,IMI. Let U I aaUUnMI. tonr MuddlaottnEvl 14-1" 55.00 ttr.et Ml ft Orson
51.1 Courthou 11/14 If I Bedroom newt. UnNrntl I
Ken McConkey tallied a 564 lyn Sporben 178, Ruth Moyer H..,.. .Parb Os. .sl.I; 5 00 t.Ir.S PM H'1': t..< from tho4eln ten... famiami Tril ISIS Sass *rlrmt
tM of .IMI Let II Si* M Unit I. /.,o ... Nmi.k ..,. Oae.b.r I low 'or '''. OW10.0S You*! ...*n I* worb a* In* br me "Ml I44M or MI O H LUFF. Red WESroatr
i on gamesofl95.179 and 190. 153 and Helen Arnold 142. "Napia' ...,. ''pownO man at ;.:::* :..r pert tor ,'t"', 111)51WI III Hh H ". Naple
riC'I.r. ,
and Nell Van Wyk hit a 210 0 SO i; of IMI Nwt of Nwt of NEK I Sos ... JeaapM la-tamari* 00. I..Iow Nab., 4 ."SIPS e. Cowltct et immediate Mr .... II I"
deer. witS the MINIMUM .pge.0l Mee 05.1.11 Osovol 05,40
scoreda of the Rock Twp II S Rf. If Eft followng' .. .. et Ml I I4bt4 tin N4.slsth.i Cemmerc,*l hM II* S 'IM Wilt1I"CIi"f'.1
and 658. Charlie Rice winners n ape if'*etN>ne 111) .. .. I aveilebi*. .'se many teat*** ,
Of IMI It* Of NWM of OEM John P 0.. .<.. *) A_
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ofjNEH 14* HP m.u n *> atament :
647 with a 203 game Al Bowlers League Turkey Shoot ... II Twp 11 S HiAN i, SrI ong'..e. I ...... maal Irene Wool.... ..o.'ad.. ""wATPIlM a BARKAWRealtor :., .

I Fayard a 523 without a 200 Tuesday night were Nancy MeCorrrdck of ..$.* P'ewv bowl M th* c........ of CoHier Stole of rier. "' aM 11I"-. 715110 heevy lire duty w/ieore front a heel reertpringt. OpplOthOIOl.. S lot...I.... ,.eel'.'.... Ml It* Ave to Ml | sIll I II'. II59Acreage WI PS

j Ceo Weaver 220 loner. Norm who turned In a 623 UnloM ..cl' aortifxot* or cortifi**, hoH p* redeemed ..*....... trtift tow. lha property **aenbd M *-) .* or rtifKota .... be _I '. ..
1 Robertson 622 and Ralph MeIlUrihan series with handicap Cindy I* tho 5gls b>ddar at th* otwrthtmonth siOi -w.on the firat Monde* m fix:I ty pieto only.gleet": ,;'I.'b'; 'vot -.r.r..iM.. ; "moo NW S.. SO-Hopm for tentRoom
of December IWO wJt ihe of December. |M4MARQARET roll MWI So ...o'II.
a 202-614. Ed Shiner Brtsson 619 Mary Jo Guns """.I tyvtem tnrome ggae .Us
Oatad tht tin day, ft "*..*.."".1000. terrier on roof ond .", _.,,, ... .., A''' b 050NAof
(convened the 47-9 split 611. BJ. Broughton 612 and ISO. reer tnecko, toNK of w..*. w nr C M. .1Id Seer phone "Ml

orge Han the 1-'. and Scon Nelllne Mann 600. Cornish T SCOTT.Oerb No trade M Mvved Bide. *h* .tdMe)4eto CIrI.5 11101 iWl-!. __ ---ll/t..tfremtprtelHe IM..,* OrtuH Ce.rtCortier Mt pnU. Moo d *-oi Mleee ...
(Wolfe the S-' to take sharp- hens were won by JhlrlevJohn Cev-ty fMrid Federo. e>d- lea .*. net p'Mi 21-Uit i Found lOll, room I 1110055 Pr+yefehem Good'e Mewell t'th '. lelee lend Manager loo J'mm

King honors for the night. son and Kay Buscemi for the 00.(CLICKS:.. I. IL It slAt ii.)IN4 .,101 le mrt CordS a li eeed fee* feitii bdder: daoee. moot w 555. ter MARLOWE AND BECK

C 0 low scores "' b.d I'S. P..,. reer.e* th* L..,'* -*"* wrnM .15p5 ..... 'REALTORS
,'...| le reieet aeoA 511. 540 metal rope *rte<*t, SawonBtar 51-WantedTol.nt
Tuesday night was Position Two 500 series were rolled NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TA* DEED o 71Id OfCOMMIIHONERI medeiKMl 11114 tIt Sres4sIM..SatI.., SwlidsnqlrosIOS ,

ht In the Kite OU League lo the Rock Bowlers League 'eNVY 11/14 5523Mlu. FI.1vd. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Jftee* Sterner hetder .5 M* foMewwi 'SEAL' ) 5.1110 pr-vit garage hpr elrat : : l l
there were some chances a 526 by Cindy Bristol using! tee .rtJ'544.s. hoc Slid aeej *er heiea NV 0 tea deed to) bo weuMIheree I Mareeret T eewttf Clerk < olr Phone any time MlI _

: the the end cI a 193 and a 821 by The **rlMwt* numb.ia end veer* ef .. ... .. tfce der>pn*>.I y R W 'aa*>y For Sale oslO, 11/14 MWXVriO Per rent or tell II* Carol,
f-i standings at game of the pr.p.rty. and m* nemee M wf\IotI otiattid or* *. fexapw.* D.puly Clr deei. ''or ttI"i.r Havo II ft ofCimant

i night. Second place Naples Elaine Sheldon who had a 189 C4.t. 0o r>**n>* of Prep.nyf A-.r to. So, Si ii. tIed I I' wan I." 0010 ifttt' / B' I Bath h-Toew"* or opt woeS Pal'e, leptio foil Tank and
to spite cI the 600 eeor .* '.'.. i-vmg rpm Not Sv0.52Reel soIl. Phon Ml 1 It/It tf
Camera shop moved to wIthin high fame N or IM &:'IL"t.N BUM* I Tril letatetz A"...... ......... C. fOft SALE eiaSeat '.P Beet A .**>*< fit* I ,eari ok Preler unfurn wenteon.pl tit aareo, tloe* in 111(* per
hree points of the leading! Con- robed by Cindy. a 204 game II _,. > PetmMreet a..:* .P M leeeo. immeeSele p*.. era COLLIER COUNTY

Irloned Air foursome. Ron and by Mary Jo Gtbbs. and a 193 IWO \ t .......II'. ""..: -srM ... "510050 "' ....... e.T. ALUMINUMPRESS 11/14 IfCet ?TliJ ...... "" ., REALTY Reehlpr. ll/lSjf

f 1m'. TV moved up to third gam* by Maria Hatcher the of |'M Ut M Shk M ,.... Etoto Atn. *.. MrtsS* Co- PLATES bevgM .-. leieNeoie' HM 0 .OMh MM No down hMereet end

fourth andJram's JlmmU GIbbi n-esom were ... .. ,.. II I II.. II C M._ Mete. _,.I'tjtt two M. One mil* front Golden
ot to
Lounge able win one front N 0< IMd NEM.0SW0.4SWI.I H II.,,, It._ or 24"z 36" little Wanted Dabs CIty Opon Ivmdey. Col-
to only
: Chevrolet dropped game Twp M S Ree M B Harty StoMM*! her County" R.eKy I/li H
Carousel Drive. Ja wbo bid Cien Ideal for
OWlS to the fifth place: spot.thesser A' iii ... ...erSv bew. 10 15. c-, .0 CoIto.. Nisi sO PIid.Ire. '. i te buy in or SOd N.pleeheueo AI-lfKom PropertyStore.
Dunn hitting a 190 An Fol- .. sSo Hunting lodge ; I WrM
Wash-o-Mat cc6d .. 0 sr5'S.s .douwes .Mreae 50S. I eeme *
and Untie .. e.oorere m .i :. : :..%$'lems .* 5, .. dIs with .',.'. Dim .J''t, 0-.*) ere**.
IIp'f > place First National Us 169. Marry 173. 00. a.:=1L .0 'N.N 5.sr .. 50. ..j -., .... fish! Camps aJowccst N F.0 '...., P* Store.NMO .
WI Imperial Pharmacy made k oI INS eNIS l. Or 4., of 000_. low .
seventh. Recall DragshPles DI,.. No .., of __iew00, ISIS Roofing & Siding .. ContraNy LMatM
three orer Don.sl.Jaen RaID .
owls Party Pantry "Apertmentt.MARLOWE
l:venth and who u Nancy MtConrddla- UAROARET T sCOTT bcollont IniolaTion25cea. 9-SI.,.. Office
Baronl's.
.. AND BECK
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Clout C wdJ Cowl
(gain loSt three points. In the ed a 171-461 and Mary Bock ore'... Co.y, ,Isvad. WANT AD 5os PEALTOSSIl '

eith: position. Two 500 ser- ISO-3M, LodDe, Perry's US (CLERK SEAL) COWER COUNTY NEWT .: '::1".c.- ) P tIll Avo, tUftCHECK

1 went rcxled and both bowl was hlxh for the RX ,.11. Nel Nmr t. 1 IIn loss 5001 I w : I I II MJ WI tOO).











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g COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl... H.., Fri4e,. N......., 27. ,I9N "
w rt", .."... _III.1 t lw ," "rIIttI M Ball Flies To EuropeTo

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Probable Of I j Talk NATO Policies

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WASHINGTON (AP) Undersecretary problems confronting the
of State George W. Atlantic Allies
War In Viet Nam Seen Ball flies to Paris tonight for Key topics for Ball's confer.

pf l talks I there and In London with enoec are expected to be the
i '
WASHINGTON (AP) Sec. get increasingly" desperate unless < l I WID WCt n I? .I ae' pk yr European leaders and U.S. officials financial policies of British
reury at State Dean Ruck and the new regime can demon on economic and military Prime Minister Harold Wilson
AmbftMador Maxwell D. Tay. strate It can command and en and the U.S. plan (or a multllau
lot started today an intensive llet support from each politic*!. .,11 nuclear force, jointly
reappraise of UJ strategy in ly powerful groups M student owned and manned by the var.
and Communist war In Viet and Buddhists. llEA New Problems ious NATO countries.
Nun. Th study may lead to a Against these benefits of I r>Wi The undersecretary trip
decision by President Johnsonto possible escalation, or step, comes in the wake of a severe
broaden the war. up of the war, the Fresl< British financial crisis revolving
Taylor met with Rusk early dent and his advisers mull LaunchOf about Wilson's attempts to bol.
this morning, beginning a weigh the possibility that such Delay star the pound sterling and im.
schedule of talks to be climaxedby moves may provoke responsei prove his nation's International
I White House sessions with from North Viet Nam' raga< payments standing
President Johnson and other lar military forces and even Mars CraftCAPE And it comes lees than one
decision makers next week. from those of Communist China. week after Wilson sharply crltl.
The administration appearedto The Soviet Union injected iti cited the proposed Joint nuclear
be moving reluctantly to. own warning into the Vietnam. KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) weapons force in a speech to the
ward a cautious expansion of ese situation Thursday but (ALF:- nVFEREN' of> A G Ed\ nrds & Son. -Technical problems with the House of Commons on Monday.
the conflict beyond South VietNam failed to stir up any concern or Radioactive I v''ton' rat hroki,. I 11I'ld lutt'epk in St L'nilsJin Pinellas County i ipacecraft today forced post Despite Wilson's stand, and
in the hope of improving even very much Interest in gov. \ .. \\ al attended h\ t\\ 0 from Naples In tru Hunts Of 'i ponement of an attempt to the continuing opposition to the
prospects for a peaceful settlement ernment quarter here. last row, second from left, is P W. Edwards, man- Source launch Mariner 4 to Mars to MLF project by French Presi
A statement by the Soviet take pictures and probe sclera dent Charles de Gaulle the
aging partner of the firm, who maintains a homeat Food Poisoning j ,
Johnson and other top admin. news agency Till declared that Inc secrets United States and West Germany .
3961 Gordon Drive Naples, and in the thh'drow
Istratlon officials are reportedto persons who "harbor adventurous Fallout Up ST. PETERSBURG (AP) No new launching date was Its two chief backers -
fourth from the left Victor C of
Theilmg
is
about plans" for Southeast Asia let
have divided feelings County health officials plan to i immediately. agreed Thursday that the NATO
Viet Nam strategy between "should understand that the Soviet Naples, manager of the firm's Naples office at 643 Investigate today the cause of The launch crew had only a nuclear fleet can be established.
sticking to confining the war Union cannot remain indifferent Fifth Avenue South stomach cramps and nausea <:3.hour. I3-minute favorable pert In a Joint communique fol.
almost entirely to South VietNam to the fate of a fraternal For 1963UNITED --- --- --- that forced 200 students to hos. i ipltals I Dd ending at 12:41 p.m. EST In lowing talks, Secretary of State
and making some strikes i I Socialist country and is ready to after a school Thanksglv. ''which to fire the Atlas.Agena Doan Rusk and West German
to the north. render the necessary assist. Log dinner. I:rocket to achieve the desired Foreign Minister Gerhard
Taylor, who returned to ante." NATIONJ, N.Y. Belgians Plan New MissionsTo Dr. Harry C. Oard of the PI. I I trajectory. When the trouble Schroeder expressed hope that
Washington Thursday, Is knownto Upon his arrival at Andrews believe that the time for new Air Force Base Taylor denied ]I 1983 from nuclear explosions ment said he would examine I I the shot was called off for the "will be reached soon and
decisions Is at hand. Further. reports which had preceded him ,exceeded that of any previous food handlers at Bay Point Jun- i I lay. that as many member nationsof
more he sees some advantagesin here from Saigon that he would ;rear, the U.N, Scientific Com Rescue Whites In CongoI lor High and Elementary School The rocket is to propel Mar. the alliance as possible would
authorizing and promptly un. present a plan to President ,nlttee on Atomic Radiation said I cafeteria. Some 800 children and !I Iner 4 across 326 million miles participate
dertaking air strikes either Johnson for extending military |loday.: LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo.cans remained in bel-con. I teachers ate a turkey dinner against Communist supply lines from North Viet Nam to South would resign unless Johnson ,laid long-lived fallout in 1962 whistled through Stanleyville Cheesier, who II believed to be :fall 200 of them were ill. :14.If speech may have been delivered
Viet Nam through the neighbor accepts the plan. ,was three times that of 1900-61. today as government troops about IS miles from Paulls In "The cause was probably bl. successful, the unmanned partially to placate the left wing
log kingdom of Laos, or against "So far aa I'm concerned I've 1 With the ending of atmospheric pushed across the Congo River the village of Egbltai W. Mc. .logical and could have been <:raft will skim within 8,800 of his Labor party and partly to
Communist concentration pointsfor enlisted in this war for the dura. ,and underwater testing in De. after the main rebel force."Stanleyville Chesney last reported in Warn- caused; by food handlers" Oard ,Use of Mars and radio to earthhe establish a bargaining position
men and supplies in the tlon," Taylor said, Implying ,ember 1963, descending fallout Is under control bat and Mrs F. J. Cunningham said, adding that dinner Includ. t first close-up Information when he comes here Dec. 7.8 for
north that whether he stays on Is not j tor 1964 was expected to drop to but all resistance has not been and her two children In Tttule. ed turkey dressing,cranberries, ,iver obtained from the planet. talks with U.S. officials Includ.
Taylor recently declared that his decision but the President's. \wo-thirds of that in 1963, the eliminated," said an American All are connected with the pineapple salad and pumpkin ]Many astronomers believe that ing President Johnson
the outcome of the conflict is Johnson and Taylor are ... ;I Ipected report saidShortlived Embassy spokesman Heart of Africa Mission of Fort pie. Th cafeteria was Immacu. (i basic form of life such aa vej.rtatlon But a new blow to the MLF
now "very much in doubt." to meat Sunday or Mon. fission products "The city Is virtually desert Washington, Pa. late and "met Navy standards" < exists there. plan came from Brussels where
But he said he thought attackson day after the President returns ,lecayed to negligible levels dur. ed. The Congolese have fled to Other reports said several he said. Mariner 4 will not be able to parliamentary sources reported
targets in RedJield territory from his extended visit to his :I rag 1963 so no further dose will the bush. But snipers are still hundred whites of other nation. He examined the kitchen late c letect life. Its main purpose Iso today that Belgium had decidedto
would probably make the Texas ranch. Advance word was ,I come from stratosphere aft. active and you can easily get a alltles were still missing Wednesday but has not issued ,t h collect data that engineers take no part in the nuclear
Chinese and North Vietnamese that; Johnson would play an ac. ,I ir 1964, the report added.A bullet through your head" his report. r teed for designing llfewieeklng force.
Communist leadership realize Ire role in the discussions scientific source close tothe Since the U.S..Belglan air. Of the scores taken to Mound (ipacecraft that the United Ball expects to be in Londonon
that the conquest it seeks in the preceding any policy decisions. ,I committee said< the committee borne operation began Tuesday County Assessors Hospital, 18 were held for ob. 5servstion. 5(tales hopes to land on Mars In Sunday and Monday and will
south will become too expensive 1 had reached no conclusions con. at least 59 foreigners including Seminar On Thanksvlglng Day i 1969 meet with British Foreign Sea
I because of impending damage ending underground testing three Americans have been Planning ; the hospital released 12. None Project scientists hope that retary Patrick Gordon Walker
In the north. He said there was no pub. slain by the Peking.backed reb. Santa To Attend was serious I Mariner 4 will succeed where and probably with Wilson.
I The ambassador Is reportedto Naples Teen tlaned evidence of water contamination N.. The paratrooper rescued 1 Mariner 3 failed an Identical Before heading for London,
believe that such attacks I from underground about 1,600 white hostages in TALLAHASSEE Sixty one 'tsslgnment Nov. I. Ball confers In Paris Saturday
might thus compel the Hanoi I tests. As for venting the leak. Stanleyville and Paull,. counties will be represented at Thanksgiving The two launchings were primarily with U.S. officials and
regime to reconsider Its policiesand Club Record Ing of radiation Into the air In Paulls, which was seized the fourth annual seminar spon. Feast Wife Made I scheduled because of the com. representatives at NATO headquarters .
enter into negotiations on gases formed by underground Thursday by Belgian paratroop.era cored by laasseasoredFlorlda j letup of the mission and because to assess the Impact of
terms more favorable to South Hop Tonight explosions could carry compar. about 100 whites awaited in co-operation with the office of Served In Jail Mars Is In position for a the British government's poll-
Viet Nam than are now considered atlvely heavy amounte of con. evacuation on U.S. CISOs. At the comptroller, ComptrollerRay ;]launching from earth only one dies
possible. I lamination, the source said. least 170 foreigners were E. Oreen said today. SOMERVILLE, Mass (AP) !month out of each 25.
Another benefit Taylor Is be. Naples Teen Club will hold It. The committee said It was not brought here from Paulls The seminar will be held No. Reginald F. Carpenter Jr.,
lieved to see in strikes to the first record hop tonight from yet possible to assess how nu. Thursday. vember SO through December 3 25, a maintenance man who sur.
have a 7:30 to 11:30 at the new commun. disseminated chamber with rendered to police and admitted
north Is that they might clear: radiation already Belgian paratroops were In the House more
heartening effect upon militaryand ity center building In Gambler by testing, would affect scouring an 18-mile radius than 2SO assessors and deputiesin a $2,418 bank robbery had one
Park, across from City Hall. thing to be thankful for the
anti-Communist elements in the spread of cancerous malignancies around Paula for other foreign attendance. The comptroller
Teen Club members can gain and will addressthe Thanksgiving Day dinner he ate
the south among human., if at Governor Bryant
Instability has admission to this dance for S3 ers.The session in Jail was prepared by his wife.
Government tell. It said Information so far UA spokesman said the opening Monday.A
been for months one of the most cents, and the stipend will beBO available on this was unreliable.The evacuation of refugees from panel discussion on "Just Carpenter told police he < w L
serious problems in South Viet cents for non-nietnbers. All report was compiled be.''Stanleyville has been com.pleted. Value Bill" will be held Thurs. robbed the Somerset Savings
Taylor praised teenagers are Invited to this December 3. Members of Bank Wednesday because bills .F e
Nam. Though fore the recent first atomic test The American planes day,
and determine big event. the as well as tat were piling up and his car was
the "courage by Red China. brought a total of 1,070 refugees Legislature
civilian pre. The record hop will be co. said will about to be repossessed. But, he
tlon" of the new The committee source ,I from Stanleyville and Paulls. assessors participate.Joe
inter, Tran Van Huong, author. sponsored by radio station however that the Chinese test; Congolese and other aircraft Santa, deputy Collier said, when he told his wife,
roes here say the situation will WNOQ which will broadcast the was too small to determine now', have airlifted hundreds of otb.I County tax assessor will represent Theresa, 23, that night, she
dunce and supply records of all him to telephone a friend
urged
what pattern any future Chinese 1 ers from the rebel cone. Collier County at the
the top tunes who Is Boston detective. Car.
a
would take. meeting
testing: The embassy said five Amerl. .
Art Association penter did and the officer notified
local police.
To Meet SundayThe After he was Jailed Carpenter
asked If he could go home tor
Naples Art Associationwill Thanksgiving dinner The an. .
hold a meeting at 3 o'clock over was no, but police brought Don IWer" ..
Sunday afternoon the home him hit home-cooked turkey SPECIAL!
of Mrs. Fred M. Lowdermllk, Ii dinner and let his wife visit him. TUFSYN
11414th Ave.. So. THIS WEEK OMVaro
Each member has been asked r NY1fIN All N'eathrr
to bring a stUUlfe study for Be aGolden 4 3-T NYLON
open discussion and criticism N Nor' with TI1FS1'N

:i- Gate CAN TAKt(: IT!
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$
Mate nn ms.t.ke 69
James W. Elkins T..f" rsshbrr IA Ih.Inuahrrl
; : $ -a GuestFREE .srr swat : 9 ""
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Now With AdamsJames :I.T Trlple.Tpml"'''''' r.. ". me
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W. Elkins, now as- ? pnumhne this. Inch shuck.,.hole.... .. "U 1111"' ''
soclated with County Attorney sea r>s y "end ns5h ro..IA w"h..ul %' "TsanbN' "' 1I,le.n
R. Adams was .. TIa'sisl.xwatyrsw: ;
James recently FLORIDAORANGES 5to
admitted to the Naples Bar As-
toclatlon. Elkins resides at

647 .llth Avenue South Naples. I

Elkins mended the United -

States Military Academy at rIt's Album No. 4
West Point and took his LL.B. Here!

deg ree f rom Vanderbilt University. For your family's Holiday Pleasure
He was a member of the r
Vanderbilt Law Review Race
Relation Law Reporter and '
upon graduation was InitiatedInto rlu ,rte,
the Order of the Coif, 1'MMrlltlglla' "" "ie

Elkins Is a member of the

Tennesaee Bar, but sine! February -

of this year has been Its MM of j gnu' t "to nay to r
associated with County Attorney RAPIDLY NEARING completion, as this aerial 'clone your .>cl< on P't"U"'
Adams photograph nhow, the new Holiday Inn on the f 1,1 nptW"1 rev ,3',',0'
Trail in Nnpits} will be ready for business early "ajft! 'en are ,usl t i It* ot t t1"f f '' GREr1T SOtiGS OFCHR1SfN1AS
? tit i Ilnl IM 1lh( and ra .
next month I D. W an
Corporations Dudley manager promises Toiio.AUTOMATICSPRINKLER > .
I t teat 'f' curs
1 egos y
New before the for. lalipininn
1\11\ h nine for Neapolitans It i Semen I Sate totsl.
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Receive Charters
SYSTEM FREE GASOLINE
Secretary ot State Tom
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has announced the recent FREE FISHING

chartering of two new corporations [(STOCK CAR RACES)) s. +; ea' ANO TAClilEI CtUtfTOtlfTIM
In Collier County .
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Box 726, all of Naples. S Children under 12 free few e BLUE
Flora Sun Development :.ilL::.... ._ ... ... .......1 ....
Corporation, Inc ( -811ge) 000 SIGNFOR
1223 Tenth North. Na- DETAILS I
Street _iiiJ. *fttt UTIIMTtS. W w a* ** W pi... Auth. Stocks 150 shares '

of Com. at $1.03 per share, I.
filed November 19, dealing In I
I real estate development. Incorporators i1/ Tire & Battery Co.
I Harold I Krantz, STAHLMAN
i Norms Sheehaft. Gwen Kranti, 1053 5th AYe.. So. Ml 35626f
all Naplest filed by James R. 0 t*> 101Meple* ? !.?<{?

Adams, Post Office Box 416, (ill Ml 2-3422 __ 1.//.> I ......

Naples, Florida.





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