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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: June 28, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Oswald Diary Unfolds IrtI 4AizH1 By The THE ASSOCIATED or PRESS




f ANKARA, Turkey (AP-The
former army colonel who led an

e r unsuccessful revolt against the
:

life Love In Russia Turkish 1963won a government reprieve from In tht May gal.

lows Saturd.; only minutes aft.

; tr a fellv plotter was executed.An .
appeal to military authorities !.

for clemency won a temper.

ary stay for Talat Aydtmlr 47,
DALLAS Tex. (AP) Lee "Historic Diary" and kept It "Somewhere a violin plays at In December of that year he shortly before he was scheduledto
Harvey Oswald wrote vividly In from Oct. 16, 1959 the day he I watch my life whirl sway." wrote that he was having a be hanged

a diary of an attempt to commit entered Moscow until March Rimma found Oswald uncon. light affair with Nell Korobka" His attorney based the pita

suicide soon after reaching Russia 27, 1962 a year and half after scions by the bathtub the floor a girl he met at the foreign Ian. on a new anti-capital punishment
In 1959 of Ms unsatisfactorylove returning to the United States. and tub deeply stained with his guagt dormitory. bill Introduced In the Na.
life with Russian girls un. Oswald was charged with as. blood. Doctors took five stitchesin Hinntnd TOT made up, how. tlonal Assembly several months

until he met Marina whom he sasslnatlng President John F. the wrist wound. ever for Ella on Jan. 1, 1961, ago but not yet ratified. The
later married, about his dls. Kennedy in Dallas last Nov. 22. When he regained conscious "I think I'm in love with her. army said it would rule Sunday
satisfaction with Russia and Two days after Kennedy died. ness the next day, he realizedhe She has refused my more dls. or Monday
plans to return to the United Jack Ruby shot Oswald to was In an insanity ward. honorable advances. We drink No appeal was made on bt

States. death. "This realization disquiets me" and eat in the presence of her half of Fetid Gurcan, 42, a for.
He told of these things In a Oswald's train into Moscowwas he wrote. With Rlmma's help family in a very hospitable at. met army major and Aydemlr's

diary reported In a copyright met by Intourlst guide Rim. he was transferred to a regular tnosphert. aide. Hit died on the gallows,
story written by Hugh Aynes. ma Sherlkova. His words to her ward. saying "tht country shall live."
worth In today's Dallas Morn. were, ''I 1 want to apply for Rus. tie described how he became (Continued on page 2)
Ing News. A second portion of slan citizenship." discouraged at hearing nothing -
the diary will be published later. When Oswald visited a Soviet about his Russian citizenship

Oswald labeled his writing, official about getting citizen. papers. "I must have some sort Fire FightersIn L- na TOKYO announced(AP)-a Communist ban Saturdayon Chi.
ship Oswald told him the Soviet of showdown," he wrote and
Union Is 'treat.. He said the went to the American foreign military ships enter
Embassy East PROCLAMATION designating the week' June 2 .July \ as National the Hainan Strait.
official told him, "the U.S.S.R. and told an official John A.McVlckers. Naples tag
Safe Boating Week' was signed by Mayor Archie Turner at City Hall
Naples'4th Is only great in literature." ''I have come to The strait 18 milts wide at
Oswald heard nothing about dissolve my American citizen. Battle 2 BlazesEast yesterday' At right is A P. Ayers commander of the Naples Flotilla Us narrowest separates Hainan

extending his visa and two hours ship" 93 of the U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary who was present to wit new the Island off the southeast China

before It was to expire police Embassy officials tried to talk Naples Fire Departmenthad Mayor's signature. See boating news Section B. (NEWS photo' coast, from the Chinese main.
Will telephoned and ordered him to him out of It, he wrote, but he land. Ships use the strait as a'
a busy time Friday night.
start out of the country within left elated sure the Russians At 6 o'clock It received a call shortcut to North Vietnamese

two hours.In would now welcome him. "After that the home of Curtis ports.LONDON.
Harvard Boat Haven's
a melodramatic fashion this sign of faith in them"
Davis Boulevard was on fire. Governor Asks Aid In
Be LoudPlans Oswald wrote, "I am shocked! One month after his arrival In Chief John A. Townsend with (AP) If all goes .

My dreamsl I I have $100 left I Russia, an official notified him members of the volunteer department 'Albert' Beaten well, Ian Henderson Class, but.
have waited two years to be ac. he could remain until they decided responded and found Itr of Britain's chancellor of the

are nearly complete for cepted. MX fondest dreams are what to do about his case. the kitchen ablaze Missing Persons Case ,exchequer will be out of debt
Naples' fourth annual community shattered because of a petty of The blaze was quickly extln. With BottleWhat when ht is 147 years old.

Fourth of July celebration flclal., DENIED CITIZENSHIPOn gut shed, but not before most of Class, 61, proposed la bank.
sponsored Jointly by the Naples He decided to commit suicide the contents of the building had ruptcy court that he pay off his
Jan. 4 1960 he was told PHILADELPHIA Miss. AP) Mississippi. The President and kind of a person or persons *
Junior Woman's Club and the one hour before his visa ex. been destroyed. There was lit. ( $12,600 in debts st $1.10 per
he could have a residence docu. -With a personal appeal from Dulles conferred by long-dls. could take a bottle and beat
red 21
Hardee R. Mills Post of the pi Oct. 1959. He wrote, tit damage to the structure It. week, The court will rule next
ment but not citizenship and the governor to people of this tance telephone with Cov. John. the head?'
American Legion. "Soak wrist In cold water to self at that time according to a defenseless turtle on week on Class' offtr.
Fireworks costing$1,000 have numb pain. Then slash my left was ordered 468 miles south Assistant Chief Al Gay At 2.19 hill country "to search your son during the meeting That's a question Philip Morse The bankrupt butler Is a for
west of Moscow to Minsk to take own premises the starch Gov. Johnson referring to the
con. ,
been delivered to John Ledbetter wrist. Then place Into bathtub o'clock Saturday morning the department and others at Boat Haven would mar company director and one
of hot water. a Job in a factory He said he tinned today for three civil disappearance as the "mysteri time of
the Hull
president Fish
of the Legion who will be In received a call that the like to know.Thursday.
charge of a crew of five who will "I think, 'when Rlmma comesat got money from the Red Crossto hoiist was again on fire. B, that rights workers who mysterious. ous missing persons cast, morning personnelatvOju Merchants: Protection Assocla

fire the display from the wes\ I to find me dead, It will be pay his hotel bills and the tint the flreh d such I start,that ,ly vanished sis ,days ago. called on ill residents< of Nssh.. ,Uwn. discovered AM J tton. He .Sild he :'vent ktsphrupabltauae' "
jtreat chockj. train tart -TIIe-Jl8d,Crossla" Tike a Sew hours of yourown ,.oba County whltttNegrote ht' neglected his
The considered total com
end of the fishing pier. tht building is a the *
Washington denied ever giving time to search for clues," and Indians to cooperate in during the night "Albert", to for the fish
display promises to be the loss. Damage was estimated at puny care men
that has Oswald money.) GOT. Paul B. Johnson said In a the starch. big 450 pound loggerhead pan 1 chants association.
best
and Naples
largest In Minsk he met Rosa 4000. broadcast from a local radio "I do want to assure the people 01 the display at Boat Haven,
had, according to Ledbetter and "about 23. blonde attractive As the firemen were leaving station. here that the sailors have had been beaten severely

will include rockets and set Naples JayceesWin unmarried excellent English the Harvard fire they saw the Johnson came to Philadelphia come to aid us," Cov. Johnson "It appeared" said Morse CAIRO (AP) A German

pieces. We attract each other at onre." glow of a fire on Kelly Road and late Friday as state and federal said. "We're glad to have them. "that the Individuals stood ever rocket expert says the United
The pier will be roped off at rushed over there where they Arab Republic Is working on a
"Com 100 Americans.
New HonorsAdditional He met the city mayor officers Joined by U.S.sail. Thty'rt fellow
and each time
the bait house and the display found the home of "Jinks" Fus. the turtle pond but Indicated the
rade Shrapof who welcomes me ors again fought off makes The sailors are from the near. space program
will start right after darkness sell In flames They poured all Albert raised his head above first launching of a sattlllte Is
honors were award. to Minsk promises a rent. free and Insects while wading by Naval Auxiliary Air Station
sets in, which It is estimatedwill Jaycees at apartment 'soon' and warns me the water they had In their tank through swamps In their fruit. In Meridian. the water he was struck with the some time otto
ed the Naples
be approximately 8 o'clock. conventionheld about 'uncultured persons' who Into the conflagration and called less search for the trio. "We do not know whether bottle." The turtle had to be The television comments at

The east end of the pier and the the National this week Jaycee in Dallas Tex. sometimes Insult foreigners.' for help from the Naples Fire Earlier former CIA Director these people are alive or dead" destroyed following the discovery Dr. Wolfgang Pits Friday appeared .
: ,
beach on both sides are expectedto It learned yesterday with the, At the Minsk radio factory he Departmental the building burn, Allen Dulles had recommended Johnson said in his 10-mlnutt of his condition. The bottle to end hopes of a space

be lined with several thousand return was of the Naples delegation. was given a good Job very ed to the ground.Spontaneous to President Johnson that the radio talk. lit expressed confl.denct was found at the scene launching next month during

spectators as In past years. The Naples club was rated good by Russian standards-as combustion or FBI's role against "terroristic the three men-last seen "Albert"was by far the largest celebrations marking the anti
Persons who wish to make a fourth best in the entire nation 'checker' metal worker at 700 short circuit Is bettered to have activity" In Mississippi be ex. Sunday night-would be found. turtle In the display He has attracted vtrsary of the Egyptian molu
of the
contribution to the cost check to all'round activities In the com. rubles a month.He been responsible. The Fussells panded. "I don't know how long It will many visitors to the spot, tlon.
send
fireworks may a with other clubs In townsof said he took Rosa to the are on a vacation In Minnesota Dulles met Friday with the take," he added. "It might not 300 In "
"u
chairmanof petition many as one day,
Mrs. Earl G. Hodges theater movie or opera almost so that an accurate estimate of President to report on his two.day be In my lifetime"
the size of Naples 5,000
the Junior Woman' Club com.mlttee said Morse manager of ,Boat ROME (AP)-President Anto.
the total loss In not available.
dally. 1 am living big and am White House mission to In Dulles told
at 3520 North Tamlaml population and under. It Is es. Washington Haven. nio Segnl began talks with pollt.

Trail or put the donation In the tlmated that there are nearly very satisfied. newsmen that Cov. Johnson The big loggerhead was cough I t; teal leaders yesterdaY.'Mklne
clubs in this But on his 21st birthday Oct. "...med to take" his recom. '
1,500 group. end to lal, 25th government
which have been left
containers about three Cottlt
18 1960 he Invited Rosa and a Anti-Castro when ht years ago by
mtndatlont favorably
The Naples Jaycee publicationwas
In different stores for that pur. ., crisis since Won) 1 War H.
named Ella (; Moore and Stevle Borne r then 12
er. ,
amountare Judged third best In the nationIn Jewish girl and the President conferred The crisis Imperiled solution
pose.welcome.Donations of any its date The Naples Jaycee main and another man to his Leader Under with the governor by phone. yesr-old youths. They were to Italy's economic problems,

The official celebration get paper Is published at the Col. apartment for a party. Dulles added hit would let fishing off Gordon Pus when including a long siege of Infla.
her County Dally News plant.As "Rosa and Ella are Jealous of GoY Johnson express his owndews the big fellow wan hooked, and tlon and strikes
under with a barbecue in
Gambler way Park with the proceeds was announced Friday the each other" he wrote "B Close WatchMIAMI and in Jackson the governor he Immediately headed for open Premier Aldo Moro's center.
also the winnerof brings a warm feeling to me. r 1 t later said Mississippi would
to be used to defray the expensesof local club was waters pulling! the light boat the left Cabinet resigned Friday
the fireworks. Sheriff E. A. first place award in the Com. Both are at" my place for the (APA 60.car U. S. protect civil rights workers as boys were using along with him. night In a doctrinal spilt be.

Doug Hendry and Naples Mayor munlty Health and Safety contest first time government surveillance detail well as It can. No good fisherman wants a tween the Roman Catholic

Archie Turner say that the food which includes the work done by has been placed on leaders of good catch to get away, so with Christian Democrats and their

will be ready to be served at the local club on safety drives Weather Review an art I.Castro group whose Paul Rector a bit of Ingenuity the youthful Socialist partners over in.
4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. promotion of the blood bank drive plant was shot down In a raid fishermen reversed the motor creased aid to church schools

The will consist of ribs stuttering and stammering cor. over Cuba last week.tht head of .
menu diabetes. Man Mie Rata on the boat and let "Albert"wear
chicken and fish. Cost for adults section and operation June 20 the organization said yesterday Found DeadIn
of the 96 74 0.00 himself out towing the load. STOCKHOLM Sweden (AP)-
Marvin Cecil president
will be $1.50 and 79 cents for Reardon June 21 96 72 0.00 "Elcht of the cars have been Later the boys maneuvered the Soviet Premier Khrushchev left
children. The barbecue is being local club George June 22 90 71 Tr. assigned to watch me personal. for wind.
of District ImmokaleePaul turtle Boat Haven where he Norway y.sterdaalt.r
sponsored Jointly by the Junior state vice-president June 23 93 70 1.80 ly," said Dr. Orlando Bosch of to ing uo his five. vtsttherew'tb
Woman's Club and the Junior 15, and Fred Schmucker.th.locald.leatu June 24 88 89 0.83 Revolutionary Recover Insur was made a resident of the turtle an endorsement day of Swedish
Deputies Association, headed by to tn< convention returned June 25 89 89 0.00 rectlonal Movement. Rector,35wasfound dead pond. trallt neu.
June In his bed Friday by workmenon ,.
early yesterday. 28
90 73 Tr
Sheriff Hendry. "They are customs men. I .
his home located on State A 21 gun salute boomed as
talked to ont of them and he Khrushchev and his
Road 28, north of Immokalet party
said he had orders to follow me" Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry re. Copter Shot DownIn boarded a naval vessel that

Supervising customs agent ported. took them to the Soviet liner

Fred Patton said,""I can say -----.-.. -- Deputy Don McCarty said death Viet, Killing Bashkiria in Stockholm harbor.
nothing about this. was apparently from natural cau 2 Yank AviatorsSAIGON The blue and white ship Is sent
Bosch also reported that the duled to arrive In Oslo
(NEA Telephoto) MS, but an autopsy was orderedby tomorrow
windshield of a car owned by Coroner 0. W. Hancock.Rector' alter a leisurely trip alonSwerten'
Luis Diaz pilot killed In the IN V EST1GATOR-F o r m e r Sout: Viet Nam
.
wife and children (AP)-Twi' u.s. Army aviators east, south and westcoasts.
raid was splattered with eggs. CIA director Allen W Dulles
.
were reported at Fort Myers were killed Friday when their
"Undoubtedly communists did U conducting an Inquiry for
Beach where he was to have armed Khrushchev wilt complete hU19day
helicopter was shot downin
It Bosch said. the government in the cue
Joined them Friday. He was an tour of Scandinavia witha
flames In the Mekong delta.A .
the three civil
The Fidel Castro regime has of missing
employee In the parts department Vietnamese observer was five-day visit to Norway.
the raid, saying Dint rights workers in Philadelphia
protested of the Norman Auto Supply Co. also killed. Two American gun.
off from the United States. Miss
took In ImmokaUt.
were wounded
ntrs
NEW DELHI, India (AP)-
rfZaw The exhausting Job of leading

vast and troubled India caught

June Total up with Prime Minister Lai Ba.
$1,537,558--More To Come
nadur Shastrt) yesterday. He was

confined to bed with what physU.
Clans termed"overstrain"

No In bulletin A brief did government not indicate medical whether

Letup City Building Shastrl currence, 59 of, had heart suffered trouble a suf.re.

fered In 1999.SYRACUSE.

Naples Building Official Bert North and Eighth and Ninth Michigan Con tructlon Co. ttr and Davis art building a $7,.
l Jlnkston signed another(263,090 Street R.W. Wood Construction plans to build tw $15,800 re... 000 addition for Joseph L. Mall. N.Y. (AP-
worth of new construction: per. Co. Is the general contractor. dances in The M' >rtngs. One Is ard at 241 14th Avenue South. Bishop Prince A. Taylor of Bait
mils In the week Just ended, Owner is Don Wynn. for Clarence Hot'-hklss at 330 Abbott is putting a $3,200 sta. !more Is the first Negro to bn

hiking the June total to $1,537 Rudder Road the other for Maurice wall on the Gulf at 851 First Are- named the ranking Methodist
: 35$. WaUrhouM at 351 Spring nut North on the lot owned by clergyman In an area of his
: 'A' This month Is a.lreadythe third -" Lint Drive. and Just north of, the Beach Club church in which the member
: best In the dry's history, and Hotel. Abbott also I. installing ship is predominantly white.

.. there are still two business days Michigan also Is building a a $3,000 seawall for D.T. Pack. The Northeastern Jurisdictionof
.. SAFEBoATIN
.
....... ---
left before the books dost out $16,000 dwelling at 1131 Crayton ard in Aqualans Stores the Church voted Friday to

AN EXHIBIT of Seminole Indian Crafts is now on exhibit at the Bit the month. Road for D. Ray Park. Tom Abbott Dale Bremerman Is remodel. create two new Episcopal area

Cypress Center A prize feature of the exhibit is a valuable Seminole Plnkston signed the $171,056 \ is building a $13.000 bulk. tag the Interior of the William -the Newark N.Jarts com
head for Ensign orp., ownerof 640 churches and ban.
Sunshine build. promising
luprtxHardvare ( M. Vogel residence, 2386 Lan.
skirt, said to be fine example of Indian workmanship which ** presented
a .tog permit this last week. The the lot Just r: rib and westof Urn Lane for $3,000. Elhanon tag headquarters In ,Princeton
to the center by Caribbean Gardens where it WAS considered the building will enclose Jl.MO WEEI The Moorings t dgt. Combs plans to build a $2,000 N.J., and the central PtnnsyU

skirt was too valuable to sell. Above. Mrs. Martha Buster is shown' with quart r.1t. and the site takes up Stahlman SprinktiigSysttmsls foundation for a drive-In res. vanla arts, comprising 630

part of the exhibit The article she is holding la a corn grinder most of the square block bound installing 10 sprllUif; systemsat taurant at 2900 Ninth StrtetNortt. churches and having beadquar

(NEWS photo) ed by first and Second Avenues a total cost of $8,898. Stor. test In Harrlsburg.Pa.





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2 COUNTY NEWS SIIDc.la", June 28, 19&tI Oswald. Show And Dance FinderFuneral

NextVeekend services for Mathew
.: ,,,, I (Continued from page 1) D. Finder, U, of North FortMy.rs
pj ;'h! k':3" ":, :: "Later I go home drunk and At Tahitian CoveA and former Maples Shoe
happy. Passing the river home. were held at 1 o*.
man,
Ewrglademvem::: : : ward I decide to propose to variety show and dance for clock repair Saturday afternoon at the
: both teens and adults will be
: Ella,
: Home
: Funeral Fort
I" By Juanlta Wold"w': :, He does, standing on a door. held on July 3rd and 4th at theTahiti. Engelhardt with the Rev. A.E. Newell
...:.. : : ';;:"': <::: .::;:,",. step. "She hesitates, then re. : s'.e' .* Cove Congress Inn. Ac.the officiating.Myers Interment was In Na.
fuses. My love is real but she cording to Bob HernandeZ, Gardens.
; Memorial
Several changes have taken Mrs. Dorothy Janes Jetted to has none for me. show is "loaded with horoe.towj, ,,pies .
place in Bob's Suprex. First Portland, Ore., four weeks ago "Her reason besides lack of talent." Tinder*died Tuesday afternoon
thtrt's a chance In hours. The for a visit with her son, WJ. love I am an American and at Bernard said, 'Tvefwtr, In a Miami Beach Hospital. He Is
ore now opens at 8:30 a.m.and Janes, Jr. and family. She Just someday might be arrested slm. seen so much talent pop up out survived! .by his widow, Mrs.
closes at t p.m., exceptn returned. last week and reports ply because of that"DISENCH4NrD IfJCig6/tttflllllle021/ S91tDlliOlnl of a mall town." Wavle Finder; a daughter, Mrs.
Friday. They,stay open til having had a wonderful tlm*. Besides the bands the Jestersand Kathleen Batson; two sons, Leon
<9 p.m. on FrldayJ. Gerry Mos. There were no mosquitoes and '!: the Echoes, there will also DeWitt Pinder and Roy M. Fin.
her has resigned her position as the weather was cool the whole He quoted Ella as saying, Ur- C be Harry KIrkland and the Var. der both of North Fort Myers;
cashier and Vicky Johnson has month. While there she attend. "There 1s too much against you ietlani who have been appear. four brothers, John and Stanleyof
taken over for the summei'ed the Rose Festival and was and you don't even know it." log at the Moose Lodge on Sat. North Fort Myers, Robertof
months. Impressed with the beauty of Oswald told of gradually be. urdayi. Nick and Shirley Gen. West Virginia, and Ned of
Marie Weeks, a 64 graduate, the entire program. She wenton coming disenchanted with the tile will also be at the event, Engleslde Tex., and a sister,
is now employed In the First her first camping trlp.-ln the Soviet Union. A friend, Andrei along with other croups. Mrs. Alice Louise Dixon.
National Bank In Naples. Ste mountains, of course and thor Tovll, ".ay. many things and Advance tickets are availableat
travels back and forth with Kay oughly enjoyed !it. She left a 1 relates many things I don't the House of HI-FI and at He was a charter member of
Griffiths, an employee of Col. cool 49 degrees, only to return know about the U.S.S.R. I begin the Van Dr Veer Music Center the Northslde Assembly of God
'her Development. home to about 90. Welcome to feel uneasy Inside." for 100. The show and dance Church and assistant Sunday
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Snyder bark to the sweltering tropics, When the Russians called ear. will be open to both adults and School superintendent In North
were In Everglades Monday,vlsl. Dorothy. you are missed when', ly In January 1981 to ask U hewants teens at 7:30 p.m on Friday, Fort Myers.
tine friends and tending to bus. you go away on such a long trip. citizenship, ha said no July 3, and only to teens on
Ines*. They had pent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Me Mull en Just "extend my residentialpassport. July 4.Memorial. Pallbearers were Ruben Sny.
end In Miami with Dr. Snyder's (the former Kathryn lanes) and ." der, William A. Smith, Lloyd
AFTER SELLING GOODIES In a
other and were en route back four children came through this "I am starting to reconsider Day officially began Bell, Kenneth Corbitt, Bill Wbld.
to Gainesville where they now area this past Tuesday, looking nif desire about slaying The super market which he owned .. in 1168. II started after Gen. den!ndFurmanSwlft.Honorarypalarers
tlld. UP a few old friends. Monte lsin work 1s drab. The money I get In Ashtabula Ohio, Chuck D. John It.. Logan, commander of were Wesley Wll.liams 1
Mrs. Mary France Morris and tne service and has been has nowhere to ba spent No Redmond, now builds kitchens the Union veterans' Grind Army Jesse Snyder, James Eng. I
girls, Cindy and Nancy, .p.ntlast transferred to Anchorage,Alas. nightclubs or bowling alleys, no to house the "goodies". Red- of the Republic, issued his llsh, Odell Daniels, Robert L. ,
week with her parents Mr. and ka, where the family will) stay places of recreation except the mond recently bought the Beach famousOrder No. 11.COLLIER Daniels, and Larry Henderson. ,
Mrs. E.P. Goff In Orlando, whiler. trade union dances Cabinets and Mlllwork inc. from -
also.Mr.
Aubrey Morris was In Clear. and Mrs John Odom, Jr. "I have had enough." F.B. Schreck and has just moved "y
pater on business.AT and girls of Englewood, were In Feb. 1, 1981, he wrote the Into his new building at 979 -
Everglades last weekend visiting U.s. Embassy In Moscow, say. AI Service
First Avenue, North built for J(tmJry / d/
CONFERENCE with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ing he wanted to return to the him the
Schreck Construe
by
Aubrey Morris, attended the Jessie Goff, Sr. In Evergladesand United States. INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
hree day Prlnlcpal's Annual Mr. and Mrs. John B. Odom, A month later, he met a "girl tlon Company. Merchandising ( ,

Summer Conference held In the Sr., In Jerome. This was their with a French hairdo and red has been his line for many years Si Phi. MI 2-3696. a 1175 Pine St.. I Naples, FI,. .
'ack.Tar Hotel In Clearwater last last trip down, before leaving for dress with white slippers. Her having also operated a restaurant -
reek. The theme of this year's the Hawaiian Islands. They planto name Is Marina. We like each and gasoline filling stationIn i
onference was "The Principal leave Miami July 5, and fly other right away." Ashtabula. He Is now spec-
k Professional Person." These to California, then on to Hawaii, The diary got skimpy as Os. Ullzlng in custom built as well
nnual conferences, sponsored where they will spend two months wald courted Marina. "We are as stock cabinets, for kitchens,
he State Department of Educa. exploring as many of the Islands going steady and I decide I bathrooms and other of es
parts
Ion and the Florida Education as possible. They plan to return must have her. She puts me off, the house where cabinet work Is
issoclatton, are usually held In home In the latter part of August, so on April IS, I propose. She
uly, but were moved up to June In time for the girls to enrollIn accept" desired. He Is shown above with er BOOKSSONG
its year and wert attended by school. I'm sure they will I They marry and Marina's one of the kitchens he has de

record number of over 400 I have many a good tale and many aunt gives a dinner reception for signed. He and Mrs. Redmondand "
I rlnclpals) from all over the state. miles. of film to show when they 20 friends and neighbors "who their son. Chuck Jr.are active -
This was the first summer con. get back. wish us happiness (In spite of In the First Methodist
rence attended by Aubrey Mor. Reverend N.T.Nobles of Moore my origin and accent.)" Church. He Is a past comman- & STORY SHOP
Is and he states he was greatly Haven has been visiting with When he tells Marina of his desire der of the Ashtabula Yacht Club y
Inspired by the entire program. friends and relatives In this to return to the United and a member of the Elks lodge. MI 2.2S20Wouldn't
The keynote address was present.ed former resl. 659 Sth Ave. So
area. They were States In late June, "she en. (NEWS Photos) *
Wednesday morning by Dr. dents of Everglades. courage me to do what I wish ___ .
T.N. Stinnett, assistant execu. Reverend LD. Hancock Is hold. to do."
tlve secretary In the National Ing a .revival In the Church of With no word about a passportand Read the Want Ads
Education Association Follow. God on Mar'o. He Is driving visa by December, how. : our
Ig his speech, he served on a back and forth for the night. ever, Marina wavers, "probably -
panel, discussing several points ly services. from the strain and her being
brought out In his address. The Naomi Lewis and children, pregnant. Still we quarrel and VACATIONSERVICES
program consisted of dally de. Keith and Cheryl, are back after not
things are so bright espec IN HONOR OF SAFE BOATING WEEK
votlons, special music, speechesby spending several week In Tarpon tally with the approach of the
state leaders on matters con. Springs with her husbandjrlnce hard Russian winter"
cernlng all age groups and panel Lewis He is docking his shrimp Their Christmas present was M & M MARINA
discussions Friday, Thomas D. trawler there and II not yet positive notification of approval of Ma
Bailey, state superintendent of whether he will continue on rtna's exit visa. Their baby girl help get your
schools gave an address dealing to a Texas port or not. was born In February and" ANNOUNCESTHIS
with this years theme. Mr.Mor. Joy Mae Potter and sons,John named June Lee the middle
,
rls Is looking forward to returning ny, Billy and Gordon, left Sundayto name over Oswald's protestsbut plans launched? :
to the same hotel on Au. Join her husband Hubert In according to Russian law
gust 12th for the Florida Educa. Alabama. Capt. Hubert left Ever. which requires a child's middle ,
tlon Association's school of In..trurtlon. glades aboard the "Butch and
name must be the same as her
. He was elected pre. Skeeter" last Thursday,and plans father's first IS
sldent of the Collier County Edu. tq shrimp out of a port la Ala The last diary entry was .. r.w I
eatldtt Association and will serveIn bamadurlng the summer' months. March 27, 1982, "I receive a
thtft1rtty' the school Birthday wishes are extendedto letter from a Mr. Phllles, an THE BOAT
year 1964.63. Next week he Joins RuthBoggessMaryNellSwaln, employer of my mother, pledg.
Rurdls Gideon In the summer re. Mary Frances Morris and Mar. lag to support my wife In case '
creation program which will con. guerlte Williams of need." Soon after, the three 'FROMEVINRUDE
tlnue through July 24th.US Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rtggs and Oswalds sailed for New York.
family have moved out of the pink
'house on Storter Avenue and have 1 1If
gone to the Carolinas where the
Flash FloodSeparates
menfolk will be working In tim that rides like a "20footer"has (

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VACATION AHEAD but measures only 16 ft. 2'/i' in.
Mr. and Mrs. Red Fussell and
son David plan to leave next F.... Two CitiesLAS
TRE day for a two.week vacation on
the southeast coast of the United VEGAS, Nev. (AP) your plans are "straining at the anchor" let our Vacation

States. They will pick up their Something Vegas and came Its between Las services come to the rescue. You should have Travelers
Period Ol ll.mUe distant
daughter, Etta Mae, In Immoka neighbor, Hendersoni !J.\ Checks the unlosable money a Safe Deposit Box for
JUNI lltfc THRU JULY 4A lee and drive ontoSavannah.Ga., A lake.A I need
to visit Red's brother. This will your valuables and we can arrange a Loan if you
violent thunderstorm
SUHrMON.-TUES be their first meeting In five drenched Henderson Friday. extra money for your vacation travels. 0 The important

years and Red Is looking for. Then came a flash flood- urn. thing to remember is to borrow the money where you get
ward to It with
great antlclpa.
tlon. After a weekend there, they Ing a 12.square mil patch of low interest rates. That place is at our Full Service Bank. 0 For your con
desert between the two cities
f aD! plan to travel on to Morehead Into a lake. venience and an enjoyable vacation, ask us how we can help you with our

City, N.C., for a stay with their In places, water was three Vacation Services. fj One of the many services at our Full Service Bank.
daughter, Wanda Leary, and fam.lly. .
feet deep. It covered the Las
I Another daughter! Toni AU Vegas.Henderson highway with
MnaoiblARI mond, and family plans to visit
bumper.deep water for a mile
with Wanda at the time. THE
same BANK'OF NAPLES
and a half and set a housetrall.
I I Alice lies and Maude Zigman er adrift.
WED THURSrFRI I spent Wednesday In Miami. The lake disappeared swiftly Come in, or call and make a date fora Rc\ilation

Ile era Dale! days Westmoreland with Helen Atkins spent sev.this Into the desert sands. Ride." Comfort and stalnlit). \ou nr\et thought possible Growing With Naples
/ IIIaaY
t week. She came down Monday mother and baby are doing fine in a boat of thin n/c1 You'\c !cot to ht it to l ilu\e it1 mow' + andCollier
Use.eebr night with several others from "" a County
Immokalee, to attend the stated and are now back home on Cho. Since 1919v
meeting of the local chapter of koloskee. sat.
SAT Eastern Star. Mrs. T.J. Wells and Betty Goff M & M MARINABetween

Mr. and Mrs. Donald: Barton, accompanied Jimml Robinsonto
Jr., are the proud parents of a visit her slsterln4aw, Belle the Gordon River Bridges on Tamiami TraiEVINRUDES.I&.f.f mt VMemrer
I son, Mitchell Donald, born on House In the hospital this past
i June 16, In the Naples Community week. Belle Is In Baptist Hospl. s
tal and will be there for several 1
Hospital. Mitchell Donald
tipped Federal
Deposit (Insurance
stta wtst..w,,. the scales at seven pounds.. Both days with aback InJury.While she Corp J
Is away from her Job as secre
-- tary In the Everglades School, --
Francis Morris Is filling
Mary
in EXCLUSIVE'* AT RAR Donna Murphy Is back In town
after visiting relatives In Mel.
Period Of Our Special bourne. She will be staying with .. In Greater Naples S
'J Nt ll* It* t JUIY 3e4.4th her aunt, Jimmie Robinson, until
Mon.mars Individuality school starts
And Collier
k irwtaweNAe in. Gerry Mosher and children, County
left Tuesday for St. Louis _
Mich., for a three week visit
GIFTS with her folks.Heyward "
and Gladys Smith left
Accessories Thursday to spend the weekend ilMt1A., J r s -
run MCOMDbanda'ce raarditi.. i i with: their son Malcolm: and fami.
Antiques ly In Hollywood. Malcolm and -.
Hilligots Berries: moved to Hollywood

Sidney BergerCARNIVAL INTERIORSFurniture about three weeks ago. L
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Todd and lJI"II"
IOn of Gainesville are visiting .. ,. ip /
OF SOULS with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D1affoe t
Upholstering Fred Williams. Although It has QARy
( Frl. Set Draperies rained quite a bit, Bill Is enjoy. '" D"""' .

Ing fishing In the 10,000 Islands. D-I.GWt "
OAK. Carpeting Phoebe Miller of San Franc ,,
sco, Calif., Is here helping her .....a1Iti'i".W' w :

..KATY)9jA4q7G father, Ivan Miller, recuperate In the photo above, Glen Allen, Collier County Commissioner the communities it U privileged to serve. It's part of a one
from a break In tll.lte Just above and Dr. President of the Naples Park million dollar 6f
knee. Mr. Miller was In the II R. Hulpieu. program progress for Greater Naples old
t\ \ JItC.m the Naples Hopltal for nine weeks Aiea Association join Call Holbrook, Inter-County Group surrounding Collier County area. JH
Dqv3'UL3 and has Just recently returned to Manager, for nn inspection of the new LYric exchangebuildinll' When completed in 1965, Greater Naples will
his traller4iome In Ted Small. now under construction to serve the North Naples the largest graded service a/eas in the entire have

wood's Trailer Camp. Miss Mill. area Planned for operation next year, this new facility is served by the Inter-CountylTelephone
Lee er, who does research for the coordinated with expansion of the Midway exchange to Inter-County recognizesJte 1r'etnin wtk
1"90 Third St. So. Pediatric Department at the Unl.verslty service for thet of Greater Naples
l4rFh of California Medical provide improv and expanded telephone <"' ,anjLHfcrl' Go nd h,
De.3.1'2 y 'mbr Center and Is working her doct. \\ u areas. mediate and c t to impanded

An "n Inllth it'i orate In biochemistry, will be Here another -'xample of how Inter-County i i. planningand tel to the ,
-- w.--- i- De- ,. .' weekend to return to v 01 kins t. impro\ and expand telecommunications: in areas. *., ,
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I Big- Week In County Realty--U58,177- {

County real estate sales pro. 28, In Township 52, Range 2$. Inc., to Frank R. and PaulineM. Cove, K.Y., -iriel in S*, 11.
cessed In the most recent week Other sales of $1,000 or over Barnlt, New York, K.V.,, TI50: RC' 26, M3.000.(
show a whopping total of $1, with values taken from tax stampson Lot 5, Blk U, Big CjiressGoli The Miles Collier! Trust tr t
158,177, getting big assist from recorded deeds Included the and Country Club Estates, 52,800: Lero\ H. Huenfeld, Bi-an. Olntercel \ ".
the St. Charles Charities which following Samuel A. Gllletto W.T.and Allis in Se IT, T\M "0 R ,
ballad out the County Commission Lovell C. Meadors, Jr., to Ed.1th Haynes, Klngsport Tenn, Lot 19. 26, $11,100: Gabiiel H. lUll t< I .I I
In Its effort to acquire property Leaver, Naples, Lot 13 and Blk 4, Unit 1, Bonita Shores, SI,- Robert Goodman E\t ., iai I J > is
for a public park. 14, Blk 6, Tier 7, Naples, $10.. 200 First Fla. Real Estate Mart,, In Sec I. Tap i' 30. Rite 31 -1 1
The land in the deal Includes 000; William W. Pancoast to C. Inc., to J. Frederick and Robyn 200: Frank D. Foster tn .lot" >
that part of Sections 17 and 20, O.H. Enterprises, Inc., Naples, N. McCoy, Mt. Sterling, Ohio, can In'e.torsCol "" Mlinu, "
Township 48, Range 25, lying Lot 72, Galleon Drive, Port Royal Lot 3, Blk F, Unit 3, Brookside,, eel In Set 28, Tot' 30. Ho.,,' 11
south of Wiggins Pass, or about $15,500; First Florida Re. 514,800: Conners Vanderblll\ $2,900; Howard! Shields to> n" m.
166 acres which voters in the May source Corp., to Andon and Bon. Beach Estates Im'., to J. Fred. L. and Alneda Peterson n. I m,
primary authorized the Controls sic Kazanjian, Naples, Lot 72, erick and Robyn N, McCot Mt derdale, panel in Se 34, T,
slon to buy as a public park. The less clesc., Galleon Drive Port Sterling, Ohio, Lots 30 and 31, 50, Rje Jl S1W: KatM.n r I, I' I I It
$487,500 purchase was from Vlo. Royal, $13,900; Naples Motel Blk R, Unit 3, Conners Vander- tons CUndei Nob!It t to Wi, .' tN'atkanskl '
la 1 M. Mack, Denise M.Shea, Wal. Corp., to Station Dev Corp., Pal. bllt Beach Estates, $9,000.: Jesse Dannemiu( ... N'.\.,
ter M. Mark, et al. atlne, HI., part Lots I and 2, and Plemon Golf to George M. par'el11\ Sec 1, 1'I\ 1
The Commission early In the Blk C, Lake Park, $5':;,000; VeraD. Lasko, Sr., Everglades, Lot 9,, 32, SI,300: George \\'. u.: t ,
year was negotiating with the own. Keenan to Merstoc'k Limited, Blk '7, Everglades, $2,500; E.S Gars R. Pinder, Ml.imi I <: "'
era to buy the property,but learned Sudberry, Canada, Lot 27 and Tailor to Herman G. and Bexer1 In Ser 25, Twp "0, R .o4, c'
it was without authority to en. part Lot 28 Lantern Lake Port )' M. Askren, et al, Ft. Lauderdale 000:; Edwin Hank to W.R >, ''
ter the deal without public ap. Royal, $28,500; Mildred A. and Lot 1, Blk 14, Everglades, Marl J. Timken Ganti, Oh! '. I
proval In a referendum. Other Elliot B. McConnell to George $3,500. parcel In Sec. 14, IX: "il 1, "
Interests were In the market for P. and Marylin Glnos, Naples, 25, $23,000: M.m.n: M. Boor
the property and, to protect the Lot 12, Blk I, Ridge Lakes, $20,. GULF AMERICA to James B, and Vlnriuia) t r'
County's Interest, the St. Char 000. Cult American Land Corp., Morgan Skokie ILL. Parcel' 1 II''
les Charities obllnglngle step. to Alvin and Emily Turk, Cape Sec 14, Twp 51, Ree 2r. $7,000.
t ped In and made the pun'hose RIVER PARKK Coral, Trait 108, Unit 1 I. Golden Camella Corp., to Luc tile\ Pe: CUT UP FRYERS.
and will resell to the County 4. R Contractors In ? to Gate Estates,$2,800; Gulf American rlnl, queens Village N.Y., Se .
without profit when all legal steps Herman and Irene Stokes Naples, Land Corp., to William E. 4, Twp 51, Rge 27, $79600:
have been taken Lot 37, Blk IV, River Park East, and Alice M.Gulden, etalMiami, Arthur Mollterno to Alon/o and I
Another sale reaching$160,000was $9,900; Fuller Industries, Inc, Trait 52, Unit 2, Golden Gate Bess M. Lewis, Ft Mvers, ;pn SPLIT BROILERS lb.'t
made by the All'O Land to lUrold S. and Man W, Smith, Estates, $3,500: Gulf American eel In Ser 16, T*:' "I. Rirtf 2". ,
Development Co., to W.H. Car. Naples[ Lot 31, Blk 8, Unit 1, Land Corp., to Nettle Lusin and $2,500; Calusa Ram, line.. tn '
mine, Jr., trustee, Miami, for Royal Harbor, $&,.OO; Big Cy. Leona Lusln, Ft. Lauderdale, Robert p, Cutlheault, Sr., I Hi 1
panels In Section 4, 9, 21, and press Golf and Count Club. tract 50, Unit 2, Golden Gate glewood, Colo., parcel' In Se 18, or buy just the parts like!
------ -- Estates, $5,300: Gulf American Twp 51 Rge 33, 1.000 *. H you
Sunday, June 28, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS 3 Land Corp., to George and Mary Realty Corp., to Frances Kohne
Rados, Cleveland Ohio part St. Louis, Mo., parcel In Sec
Tract 21, Unit 3, Golden Gate 2, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,500; Phil
Estates, $3,700; Gulf American ip Bakst to Henry A, Freeman, BREASTS 59c LEGS. 49c
Opportunity for right; man between ages of 25 Land Corr.,to Bernhard Steiger. Miami parcel In Sec 0, Twp 51 I, .
wald, Syracuse, N.Y., Trait 11, Rge 32. $1,200; Sunny Florida
to 60. Opening for an assistant manager at Unit 3, Golden Gate Estates, $T,. Acres, Inc., to Emma Braeman,
500: Gulf American Land Cot"p., Miami Beach, parcel In Se.. 13, 19c
IMPERIAL STATION, 2600 North Trail. Mutt to Irvin B. and Bessie Jacobs, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300; The WINGS. BACKS. JOc
be sober and bondable. Group insurance, yearly New York, N.Y., Tract 85, Unit Webb Properties, In<'., to Dan
4, Golden Gate Estates, 2700. lei and, Sylvia M. Mabel, Charlot.
vacations, employees profit sharing plan Plnellas Central Bank and te, N.C., parcel In Sec 18, Twit|>
and chance for advancement Contact KARL Trust Co., Tr. to Albert Turcote, 51, Rge 34, $1,100; Sunny Flor NECKS 7c Montreal, Canada, Lots 28 and Ida Acres, Inc, to Curt M. and
KRESS, manager. 29, Blk 27, Unit 3, Naples Park, Arlene S. Josefson, Northbiook
$1,200; James H. Topping to West, 111., parcel In Sec 24,
Carl N. and Jane L. Anderson, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300; Sunny
Naples, Lot 22: Unit 1, Palm Florida Acres, Inc., to Ted and
River Estates, $1,500; Palmetto Regina Germanta, Glemlora,
Park of Immokalee, Inc., to La. Calif., Illre'elin Sec 24, Twp 51,
rh re's Nothing Life It In Naples. mar and Izetta Redmon, Immo Rge 34, $1,300; Florida\ Invest.
kalee, Lots 12 and 13, Blk 3,,ment Futures Co., to Eugene W,
Palmetto Park, $1,800; ArthurM. and Gladys L. Feaser, Angola, 0
Hardy to Gertrude Dunn, Na. Ind.. parcel In Sec 20, Twp ril,
pies, Lots 12 and 14, Rosemary Rge 33, $1,600.
'fillageGreen'WHERE Heights, $5,000; Mildred M. Fel.
ler to Dan A. and Patricia K. SOUTH COST
Lewis, Immokalee, Lot 1 and 2, The South Coast Const., Co., 1
Blk 2, South Immokalee Heights, Inc., to Bruce A. Roberts, LaGrange .
THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A $16,377; Fred B. Gorton to Amel 111., parcel In See 4,

Menottl, Fayetteville, N.Y., part Twp 53, Rge 33, $1,000; The
New Community of Cooperative Lots land 2, South Naples Shores, South Coast Const Co., Inc., to
al Joseph Ottollno, Skokle, Ill.,par.
$11,500; Florence Gould, et ,
Garden Apartments for Adults to Victor J. and Ruth Hody, eels In Sec 6, Twp 53, Rge 33,
Sturgeon Bay, Wise., Lots 43 and $2,000; Wheaton Industries, Inc.,
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 44, Blk B, Whispering Pines, to Robert V. and Margaret Smith,
t $1,100. Lakewood, Ohio, parcel Sec 31, : t
Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,300: Coland I
_._COUNTY Corp., to Anthony and Angela
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE-'MD-j i' + t.Robert andjna\ Ellison to Ves-A Marratdnl, Chicago, parcel in .
"ter add/ Tomegene Robinson, Im Sec 5, Twp 53, Rge 33, $1,000 l :'
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM mokalee South Coast Construction Co,
parcel In Sec 8, Twp
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE 46, Rge 29, $3,500; First Fla. to Daniel and Irene Jurek, Chi.
SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. Real Estate Mart, Inc., to Jen. cago, parcel In Sec 6, Twp 53,
,
nie Ferrar, Pompano Beach,par Rge 33, $1,000; Paollta Acres
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. eel In Sec 24, Twp 47' Rge 27',,, Inc., to Josephine and Florence
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. $2,000; Henry S. Minster to Leo.E. Palmerl Brooklyn, N.Y., parcel
Wesner, Dorchester, Mass., In Sec 26, Twp 53, Rge 34, $1, r
parcel In Sec 10, Twp 48, Rge 100; Frank Hodor to Warren T.
26, $5,700; Clifford Anderson, and Ann C. Davis, Sr., Long
Tr., to Howard Curry Coral \Island, N.Y. parcel In Sec. 30,
rfctRealtors/l44 date4 Gables, parcel In Sec 31, Twp Twp 53, Rge 34, $1,400., Hormel'i REDEEM THIS!' COUPON FORSpom.

48, Rge 26, $9,000; Philip N. 25 SUNSHINE STAMPS
Ke't' to John G. Chesney, MI. 394 ,

SALES REPRESENTATIVES amt, parcel In Sec 23, Twp 49, RecreationCalendar I IN ADDITION TO TIIESK REGULARLY EARNED
Rge 25, $11,500; Spar Corp., to WHEN YOU BUY .
305 5th Ave., South Ml 2.2124 Stephen and Frances Cicc'orella,
Illaleah, parcel In Sec II, Twp
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER 50, Rge 26, $11,000; Spar Corp., libby's Tomato Nabisco VerlThlnPretzels '
I to Charles H. Gehnrlch, Glen SUNDAY 334
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5:15 p.m.-Adult beginner golf Lipton 48-Count
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TEMPTING STAR TO HITCH IT TO! FINDING


i &b.e Ntwi ( Faith Is No Stage Setting ,



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f I SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1964 rIPti6ti5 Newspaper Enterprise Ann

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II We Sure Got Troubles-But
e e Anatole France is reportedto ,
PR have changed the sceneryof
," their cars than men. The gals keep new 10 his home to provide the I II.
.. mood for the book that hewas
lo times Ijkeftthese en editor has a cars for an of seven used
average years ; ;:; writing. For "Thais" he
plethora of i tngpt I which carv.be vie ied cars for almost five. But men, fickle 9- ;;.. _. surrounded himself with the I. + +

with, alarm or, pointed! to in shame, etc. creatural that we are, average keepingnew art of Greece. When Joan of t
But'a steady diet of this stuff begins to Arc was the subject he hung
cars only about six years and used on his walls some beautiful

get on the nerves of this writer so it cars for less than four years tapestries from 15th century

seems safe to asume that it has the same The Federal Trade Commission has France. famous
There Is also the
effect on others t raised a ruckus by announcing that all story of the czar who had

This country has problems running out scenery contrived along the
cigarette packages should carry a printed "" The busyness of
our
the
hide
river order to
its ears. Take, for instance, civil rights, a warning that smoking cigarettes may ; realities in of the countryside.Our scenery-changing may be Interesting

national; ection,' Laos, Viet Nam, the prove harmful-even fatal. A few years ;.;' ,! i" problem today is the but it is as futile,5

Congo, oSGaulle, Berlin a shortage of ago some fellow made mint of money ...:" \, l danger that "God" will\ become this ligion phantom Isn't a gesture.-grappling.It isn't HP
( hift. name
a scener>* a
nickels,
Baseball" attendance, etc. It's possibleto of its lyrics the following: "Smoke, I I Illiteracy. We ought to keep phere for life. It Is a commit.
the "under ( od" In ment to a way (if life. It has
whip up a crisis on any of them.But smoke smoke that Smoke / phrase
cigarette. our pledges, not because it to do with the whole of exist
there are other" things to think and smoke, smoke until you smoke yourselfto is nice scenery but because it ence. It isn't a badge one 1

talk about. It jus'' so happens that a red- death." Perhaps the FTC would settle is a faith of our people. wears: it's a faith one sharesIn
We ought t be concerned the days of the Old Testament .
hot squabble Is now going on in the .hallowed IC.
for having the words and music of this bout: the secularization of our prophets, men were

halls of Congress over selection ofa little gem printed on the packs. society not because it is a willing to"allow them to be

notional flower, which any fool can However similar shouldbe pious gesture: but because it "religious. so long as they
some warning
of and not life-
is an expression cf a way were scenery
/ I see ifa'matfer of considerable imporjance. -
p/aipl considered for automobiles, any bodyof life changing forces.
\ A House subcommittee is val. water deep enough for drowning in, Lewis Mumford once described e If John the Baptist had
ianrjy to maintain and dig- the ancient Hellenistic stayed in the wilderness he
rying peace all sorts of booze, busy street corners %( world, writing "The breakupof would have been regarded as
nit arbackers of the rose, the carnation, ))4, -
/ where a pedestrian can get his head a civilization is often ac an interesting phenomenon,

the marigold, the poinsettia, the corn tassel knocked off if he isn't fast and agile, airplanes 4'a companied by a deceptive but certainly not a person to
amount of social aclh itAs be opposed.
anq' possibly the dandelion fight that have a nasty habit of fallingat In a bodily fever, the pulse becomes e If Jesus had spoken to a

fiercely tor their favorite posies amid times and also bath tubs. Just con. more rapid the rate few followers without disturbing

charges! of politics! and partisanship. sider for the moment the number of of oxidization faster even the the complacencies about.
flush on the patient's cheekmay him. he wouldn't have confronted
Another ,thing worth mentioning is pople who get killed by falling in bathtubs give the deceptive ap Golgotha.

this; scientists. have announced that the So let's be fair about this thing. pearance of health: only the This is always the historyof
chemical value of the human body, once :J. U.S. glassy eye will indicate that faith. If it's scenery, there'sno
f Aims Choke Off Red
I to THOUGHT
OF
Actually, some governmental agency GEMS the patient is unconscious of o p posit 10 n. If it's life.
rated at only 87 cents, has lumped to a should make arrangements for labelingas s what Is going on about him: changing, there's a challenge.But .

whopping $34.54. This is not a matterto dangerous some of the television pro- Supply Trails to Viet Nam his mind instead" is grapplingwith there's also a new and

pe "jightly' overlooked, particularly grams being beamed to the public this \' RAY CROMLEY PROCRASTINATION phantoms. important- ,- --vitality-! -

I since many Americans secretly feel theyare summer. They may not kill a person aB: Correspondent Procrastination Is the art of

jvortFrat least $50 and are not being like some of the other items listed but Enterprise Assn. keeping up with yesterday.Don .

full)*( appr Another thingaccording to a survey ASIIINGTOl'\-cSEAI-In< private talks U.S. officials
consider self-destruction.
make it crystal clear the United States won't stop with halt. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
J alt/
by, bf f ,ogenciesjl'the Department of Yessir, we've sure got troubles in this Ing the Reds in Laos and rolling them back to where they Procrastination says "The

Agriculture; women are more loyal to land of ours but .1.1t I IIII were before the recent Pathet Lao military advances. next advantage" we will take ..
a": t l The U.S. objective Is one step further down the road. thoroughly WASHINGTON (AP) The Units from all the IIIrv1ces-t
"- President Johnson's advisers are now determined the -ShakespeareUnhappy Senate (ave President Johnson the Army, Navy, Air Force anfl
United States will not halt in Laos: the green light Friday In. Marines swung jauntily pastas
t Newspapers Hold Their Own First-Until we have neutralized the Ho Chi Minh trail he who does his crease the national debt tt limit Vinson stood in a Jeep be.
,: along the Lao eastern border, It is down this trail (actually work adjourn, and to tomorrow by $9 billion to the highest cell. side Secretary of Defense Rolf>>

Remember when television first entered adult population increased from 49.15 dozens of trails) that North Viet Name Ho supplies his would the search delay; his lazy leg even $324 billion The In. ert S. McNamara, who at time
of Red Viet Cong fighters in South Viet Nam with cadres of morrow will be like today, crease is the biggest boost In has been on the opposite side
the mass market and numbers per cent In 1945 to 51.14 per cent in trained fighter-organizers and with small but significant the debt ceiling since World of the fence from Vinson In bat.

people thought that this would wreak 1960. It adds, "Newspapers in the U. Shave amounts of key arms and supplies. -Perslus War H.Without, ties over defense requirements
havoc other media of news and entertainment Second-Until we have "neutralized" the Red safe havens the President's stgna. Each of the services present
on been than their
more holding own in eastern Laos and Cambodia. llo's Viet Cong retreat to Tireless Being, patient of ture on the measure, the pres. ed Vinson with its flag for >a
including the newspapers? with the growth in adult population, and these havens (where U.S. troops can't pursue) when they are man's procrastination affords Pet temporary limit 01 $3 U blI.! memento and McNamara presented .

', Well) at least so far as the newspapers we expect will continue to grow as the cornered and put on the run by South Vietnamese and him fresh opportunities every lion would drop to $309 billion him with the Dlstln. .p
American troops in the Viet Nam war. hour next Tuesday night and to the gulshed Service Medal, highest
doom
1 of
1 are Concerned, the prophets baby boom develops Into adult news. U.S. government analysts believe the war can't be won in -Mary Baker Eddy so.called permanent limit of civilian decoration. ,

hava been proven entirely! wrong. paper purchaser." South Viet Nam until the Ho Chi Minh trail and. .the safe I $285 billion on Wednesday. This WASHINGTON (AP) WitS
Editor! -*- Publisher reports that totalnewjpa'JMr Moral: The /newYpapermee't a need- "''Mvens: art made'Ineffective" t*"'' "." .*" ''".- ".,"'*' i I Who escapes a duty, avoids would national be debt far of below the actual only 'some half dozen ''members.
some $312 bit. on the floor the Senate confirmed
t circulation! as a per cent of and a want that nothing else can. SOME WEEKS: AGO, South Viet Nam Premier Maj. Gen a gain -Theodore Parker lion. by a voice vote Friday;,

Nguyen Khanh and conservative Lao leaders reportedly WASHJNGTON (AP) The President Johnson's nominationof : \
reached an agreement to seal these Viet Cong supply routes armed farces passed In review Hamer II. Budge to a five>
whose use by the North Vietnamese was banned by the Have you something to do tomorrow Friday night In a colorful fare year term on the Securities and
'otl1er s.ay Geneva accords. (The conservative Lao forces and their ; do it tOodayBenjamin well to a man who fought their Exchange Commission.
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS tribesmen allies had been relatively strong in parts of the FranklinBARBS battles In Congress-Rep. Carl Budge, who from 1950 was an,
area through which these trails run). Vinson, D-Ga. Idaho member of Congress, de.
One major objective of the recent Red advances In Laos Flags dipped, brass glistenedand scribes himself as a conserve1
was to Insure the "safety" of these Illegal Ho Chi Minh military bands blared songs live Republican. His conflrmaJ
j trails from Dixie for the 80.year.old then was sharply opposed by;
Some recent Pathet Lao attacks not only strengthened Red BY HAL COCHRAN chairman of the House: Armed Democralc Senators William
) control of the Ho Chi Minh trail area, but widened the area Services Committee who is retiring .> Proxmlre of Wisconsin and Lei
An Ohio wife tackled and
to Include better trails and tome roads. This will make it from Congress. Metcalf of Montana.
A tars) Itt ng1SrW easier for the Reds to step up traffic to the south and more held a thief who was stealing - - - .. .. .. .-..'.-.-.-.-.-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. I
y her husband's golf clubs from
US 1 difficult/ for conservative Lao, and South Viet Nam forces to
I RM1 Ei bar that traffic. she their missed.garage. What a chance TODAY IN HISTORY

=G a TRAtN VDU.Ls THE Cl'RRENT U.S. PLAN is to use a combination of FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGOB t
I "Cy military force and diplomatic to Advertisement: "Furni
eliminate
maneuvering these
Florida Library & Historical Commission
fry trails and safe havens. ture and antique crystal& 7 :

The I'nited States would beef up loyal Lao forces and draw vase for sale "by widow Civil War Centennial Commit. ..
in other Asian and L'.S. troops I If necessary, through either slightly& cracked. a..1
Thailand or South Viet Nam. The force Mould be used in
Lao! and Viet Nam, not Cambodia. It's amusing how many par. June 27- Captain W B. Amos, Company I, Uth J
/ !. Meanwhile, having gathered aerial photographic evidenceof ents think their teen-age son Confederate Cavalry, this morning forwarded the following

r rf illegal Red use of trails and safe havens the United States report from his command post at Milton: "I left here on .
Y t will go to the United Nations and other international bodies Saturday morning with two small boats and fifteen men
I ((1t and demand effective international inspection e. for the mouth of Yellow Rivers When I arrived there I

Johnson advisers believe that as a signatory to the inter discovered a small schooner lying about two miles below
t national accords which guarantee the security of Laos wu with her sails down. I landed men and made
are in a good legal position to justify action if my my wayto
N : t:1.: u r Roarer __ atr diplomacy doesn't work and the Reds don't military back down. is really out looking for a her, and succeeded in capturing her and crew In a few ;
minutes I discovered
i These officials therefore feel able to take strong risks. summer job. another small sail coming up the bay.I .
-M secreted myself and men until she came up, and succeeded t

r!' ItthB HEw LAP T/OE It'i no fun to i/o/ fishing in getting her and crew. I then sent my boats and
M {ll'\, i i .J1 AVCRAGC AMEN and wind up just drowning prisoners up to camp, and took the small schooner and

f, I"IF.DICAL.PITOCROS' worm balance of my men and sailed down to East Bay, where I ,

.\ II. PCR SETON was informed that there was a schooner by the name of ,

1. Cheerless :23. Ili a RIM t. S I G 0 RAN. If people would stop to Oirrof- anchored out about four miles from shore with 1
L 4.High 24. Silm oNAn JAw TAG think they'd think to stop five men and some small arms. So I concealed my men '

mountain poisoning28.I'trUiiem A I R B A Iv. COT t saying things that hurt other in the boat and sailed for her, and managed to get on her

1'hCbnnaskuwelen, i. Coven M I 5 t ''R. M 0 R E. L. people. after dark and succeeded in boarding her I ordered the
j '. w ant lo 1 b, a port' sound 31. !'IeoU'ljtlr DIN i t. D'-w" A R .. crew to surrender Three made to their guns I orderedmy
11. Mohanmrds ,- 3j.ork unit 0 C. A' .p'' 1 C A 0 0 It men to fire on them which they did and l killed the

33.I'urplt RIA iI 1 J IP A L I N C }/" 4't *r three. The remainder ((2)) surrendered I divided my men i

j Breaking'; a Tradition A Basic LawHow 12.:adopted Long nosed sun J8 33. Scold Sodium! A L. t A :DE, .Iv E E. L. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS on the two schooners and act sail for camp, and arrived
here
The 94 senior at Mary Baldwin Col- much Is finished product worth? fish chloride SOLUTION 0' YESTUDA PUZZLE yesterday morning and send up the prisoners today,
l' legal hive derldrd to do without a com A recent article !in "Industry sums up U. SoIlIIoall 39. t'oracluus. 1)0\\\: MICHAEL HAVER.CHANCE.Associate Ed.t.Publllh.rTHOMAS Editor and it will be late before they get here, as they have to :

mcncemcnl speaker this )ear, the cast rather succinctly, The comments pigeon It). I.ettuces I 'Ipolruld! b1..1.... MARSHALL WYATT Adv. Man.|., foot it up"hourly ,
101 Ilaslule U lllIlle ALBERT OPOLKA, Mtch. Supt. messages arriving at Tallahassee the
Last year there was no commencement in this publication follow: tilt JIIU1.lulI report :
I 16. Gdellc; .hdlet DAVID HERMANSON, Circ., Director general; assault the Confederates
addreu, either. The speaker wan "The conversion of raw malel'lallnln J Erg{ t'nu" Rout and are making on Kennesiw I
MRS. LOUISE DAUB Once Mar
IT.Ilaw 43(4r1anuue; Mountain in A number
Ir? Inll"J Georgia. of Florida
delayed in his light\ to SUuntmi. When rmifhed III i a that nhuncrs .lIpper troops are involved t
I product proems baling par "I tuttingnu1: J SOOIhI4 a I e. S....lid! Publilhtd I '::r'tll t'etpt .Monday and it is feared that the casualties will be heavy,
I this fur'a ccniors found they couldn'thave its value according to the human I8. (rhuulr "j Killed and) Saturday, anarnoon by
4 1'4..1 Y. Church the CoM.tr' County Publiahina Co.,
21 Three
June Federal
former President Ekenhower. who rod In time, effort and money 2U. l'rcl1l1UI\I, 48. lcmulIi" 14mb rl.\cl>> Inc., Ml Tw.I th Avenue, fouth, Na- vessels-Ariel, S/oirrr///, I
21. Riter pl... '1. JWO. Mail, address P. O. and Set B/r | had visited the college In their Ireehman "Thl Is 1ba le law of economics 49. Fetllalf 5 Rdrrel IU Lager cox 17J7. to
year, they decided not only to skip the esccntlM: truth nf which Ic yell' bland sheep atdse. I 15 Rod resodw Talaphan. Midway 12107 for all aboard 260 Federal soldiers. They will be landed at a point

the iptectj but also drop other class day demonstrated by a plain bar i>( iron, the dapartmanti. . near Bayport and will move inland and attack Brooksville. :
l
jexritlics. such), us rending. the clans' worth SS.PO. J e S d 71 s 1 ,4 cassowanI Subscription Rata June 29 -Master V. L Martine, commanding the

I riintary sad singing the dm song "Whn made Into horseshoes, the / I" / it :lO. (Puckrlbuok) tt dvanca.By carrier or mail' payable .In U. S. bark Roebuck off Indian River Inlet, dispatched a
launch
I It all seems admirable to UII Comm with twelve men aboard to Jupiter Inlet today to
? tame bar ot iron becomes worth SH'.jn.' One Year Its Six Month 17 M,
ld
IS if ;21Medlssuis Three Months IJ.7S. investigate that there is I
addresses always occur in 0 reports an increased amount of
'pent "Make. it into needles, however, andit
iuiutd, Nimbi of The A oeiit.d Pena blockade in that
tht 5piiddl of a hot Sunday afternoon, la worth S3.28S.:! ::0; 11 Id d 24.Ileaseulet1 which ,la entitled aicluamly' th* running area.
// :: uta far of all local June JO Thu I
: rapublicatien morning shortly before
Union
ndljl: } Istoo; bad that one's last mem- "And turn It into balance sprints for 25 hermit ,...* ,I.", prmtad IK tin papor at noon.
torr ot th; campus should be one of din- watches and its worth soars to $230.000. II II 0 0 :2b S"uI Rda wall. at all AP news ditpatchat.Entaretf Ensign E. H. Vatkeyi and his crew of eleven men cap '

I comfort Tbe girls are packed, the "There i* no magic about thif. The I. 0f'/ ;; IS rf rr 17 Maas cape the POll Office at tacond at Napiat.class mans Florida at, cured the Confederate sloop Resort as it was attempt' i
: under Act of March 1, IN' ing to run out of Jupiter Inlet with sis bales of cotton.
rarln to 2Y.
,'fathpr: are go, summer vtcaUo'niTor bar of iron can't become hontshoes ; Pasture
I ff If 1'0- 30 The NEWS .assume ... -- The captain "escaped Into the buibes" ,but the two ':
passengers
the Cunning .
joba'stretch ahead future
needles, watch springs or anything else 0 lb"IJfo, the return of imtolic.tedmanutcriptt board .
3J Earh.' hollie or potoeq.pM. on Robert Day tmf George Coulter, were
becKons like a land of dreams, so why unless something la lint dour to It. If JJ Je NEWS .e financialretpont.bility : l
The attvmet raptured. Vatkeys and of Crew will
tribe .
c// / ., put stay at the inlet I
gook It up with a superfluous speech? "And, thouih the raw mateiml I preP* a for typographical .
J' ,.r 34.Ikarrux: l or am.moot,. m advartite.nTentt. trying to raise a sunken schooner supposed to contain.' :
; There,may be some carping that this clkely the same, more time, effort and 0 Jt r 0 35. FbralUshd bu If nM.f.ed. of such rreq. bales of '
cotton and barrel of "
.. Lwe of Msp.pa a tui tint. |
before the pen
collet of a tradition but needed to make twi 1
{deprives the money are needles than 36 Vkkel3i .orreell hal
4 '
,
d4 will reprint The '
.... done twice in and much .J / wh.cH Battle of )fl.... Station Virginia ,
tin our iew anything a horseshoe: much morel I StIr p+ti of the edvertwewenl waay flJ"
jowfbecomcf'a, tradition on a collegecampua'and make watch springs ""' "d 4S df Fusa up ho error ....e.." .... !. *. -5 : today, with the AjJj.V j4 Infantry
would ,
I"dfr
lime element
: we expect the seniors of "What ta here paced In fact, In :l Ravcn s correction valueleta. ** NEWS. Florid I&BEltotnMM, at i d.. ..!I
1965 not to Invite Ue most dtatinfiuished simply this: It's what we put Into a I' e, / .e cry wilt reduce by.the n price J-ilIl of tM **L'2 rer.titement artxked'e, ,. ,'flina, bent"e r Bmr| fight.
Speaker they can tmajlneTJie Virpln. product that increases Its value." r// 43.11aicbet the parcentaae thejetal: 'Ow captured pew 'efatnrllefy
/4""PilDe (Norfolk) free Press Herald (Midland Ontario) Par lime 21 "'.... II' ___a a. tlie erroneous. ar espynpr.wnted. ..C'1I few pmonm.nf.'II'.: < 1i'u .,


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Bill Sunday, June 2S, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
Name Ryan 51
W-D BRAND Fresh Frozen
State TreasurerOf so the people can be Informed." Claims He
He Ruby
said, "there is no reason to. I
:lay why the
citl/ens should not
BroadcastersWILLIAM be fully Informed." He added Killed OswaldTo
that it Is the (tun) of public of.
flctals to keep the people in.
formed. Spare Jackie
William J. fcin of Station
WNOG, Naples, was elected DALLAS, Tea VP) The
i treasurer, and Kenneth F.Small Dallas News in a topyrlgli
WRUF, Gainesville was reelect.ed story Sturda quoted Jack Ruhv' c
executive secretary as saying he dellberatelj] ..
Arnold F. Schoen Jr., \VD3O. planned to kill\ Lee Harvey Os. S
A TV, Orlando uis: named vice wild "to spare Mrs. (John F.)
t president for television, and J. Kennedy the anguish of retirn.Inj .
McCarthy Miller, WCOA, Pensa. to the city where her hus. i:
band died."
cola, was elected vice president PccENr -
.uric for radio
The News attributed Its In'or.
New directors for radio in.
tnation to an Informed
source
elude Jack Sandler, WQVM, Mi. that said Ruby considered him.
amlj; Joseph S. Field Jr., WIRK, sell "human
a sacrifice" in or.
West Palm Beach E, L. Dukate,
; der to kill\ Oswald, accused of
WPCF, Panama City; Frank assasslnatinj President Kunne.dy .
Hazleton, WfNT, Tallahassee; *ov. 22. / Gov't. lnsp/e
George Friend, WPLA, Plant /
City; H. Dennison Parker The source said the' sta'e. GRADE "A" it.
WTAN, Clearwater; R,L. Bright ments were male during a Stt' .
WRMF. Titusville hour interview with Chief Jus.
New directors for television tlce Earl Warren. June 7. 2t TWHOLE
Include Jesse Cripe, WKGWTV, CUT UP or
J. RYAN ,Jacksonville Joseph Bauer, Ruby WitS quoted as saying he
; first about \
1 thought killing Os.
WINK TV, Fort Myers, and
wald reading emotional
MIAMI BEACH (AP) Ber. Schoen. upon an
nard E. Neary of Station WGBS. .. .-. letter to Carolina Kenned In a
of newspaper Nov. 23. On the same
Miami, Is the new president NOT..r.SC
page was a report that prosecu. oti
the Florida Association of Broad.casters.
AFTER ALL tors might ask Mrs. Kenned to Per Pound
Neary's election came at the lit I II I I1(1, \;,". 1\\\1 testify at Oswald's trial.
final business session of the as. Huiihir !Stunl Iv> !SU\"m>.ki nimid Ruby said he no longer cares
sedation's 29th annual conven. u 'itfUplnmt cull rviintlIron \ what happens to him. H* said,
tlon Friday and followed talks I .u ftmrnin vust'mur': "ehll, i our however, that he objected to the
by Atty. Gen..nominee Earl I I plumed, : toil u hum, usn'l ym>J, insanity plea entered by M<>lvln & Savin' Features
Fair cloth and Commissioner "Cc lolj her In bring n in," Belli, chief defense attorney at Monday Tuesday Budget
Kenneth Cox of the Federal '!SUttinhki 1 nUiteJ. """., ttinu. in his trial He said h" vaited: to
Communications: Commission. 'I A nh i. Mete, Minn I khkoJ IKThnt testify but Belli told him prose.
Faircloth pledged the full co. 'I Impi'itKj In lh' meal, hhi, tutors would "cut you to
operation of his office with news.III"e. hud utit\rn.i.UJ,, ': ."''11- :pieces", and show premeditation
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B 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS SIIDda", illD. 28. 1.1&r. JOOOOO&QOOQQQQOflOOoQOOOQOOOQQOOQOQQQOOQ
Juniors
o Naples Hospital Report


; <. ./ y '; Visit Teen Clubs a* ADMISSIONS
818Nettle
Mae Barton,
r
;;.,, ; V1Jiv 9 James Noell,Dock H.F rye,Margaret -
On East CoastThe Bardon Charles Baker ?

j s t 't." members of the newly or. :I) Mary Crawrord.Ela1ne Katulsd.!

ganlzed Junior Recreation Board > 6-17-Barbare Ruth Williams,
and City Recreation Director -o-l :": Mazzle Warren Patricia Oates, I
Julius Lesser were on the east > Joan Panon Oleta Reed Frank
coast Thursday visiting teen.club Bacorn Irene Sockaloskl Eleanor -
organizations in that area. Bwotcy J.\XE MARTIN a Hoerr Gertrude Sullivan. )
Making the trip to rather In. :* 6-18--James Ke fer, George
formation on how the east coast 50000000000000000000000000000000000000A ;
Smith Donna Sanford Mary
teen-clubs operate weret Linda f
Meltzer, Jerry Davis, Christy miniature Mexican parrot 1 Is Mrs Mary Barclay's Bradley.

Willis, Frankie Townsend, Ricky travelling companion. This is quite a talkative bird and 6-20-Maria Ordax Andrew
1 1I
Clemmons and Joy Hodges Visits Bradley, Vernon Sweet.
before food always asks, "Is It good?
accepting any
were made to clubs at Boynton 6-21-Helen Sowers, Guada-
Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Wonder what observations he.will make on the motor lupe Lozano.

Raton. trip to Chatham, N.J.? 6-22-Ellzabeth Codrey Emmy
> Christy Willis, publicity chair. Zuza,Cordon Sims,Rita Bennett,
{ aI man for the Junior board, said When Mrs. David Gray and Ralph turn Jr. were Pearl Stevenson, Royce Menler ,

I LX "We were warmly received by married In April, Mrs. Barclay temporarily Inherited the Lynn Dmfron.
the directors and learned a lot
parrot, and now he is returning to his owner, Mrs. 6-23--Norma MaysGuadalupe ,
In the exchange of Ideas. They
rr have experienced the same type turn Mlramontez.G Benfleld,Ver- !

or growing pains, and it was In. Mrs. Barclay plans to spend the next few months non Sweet.. vG
terestlng to see how they found 6-24 -Reglna Young,Vera Ba-
I solutions to their problems. visiting in New Jersey, Connecticut, and New York.In ker, Albert Handverger John

r: d Their enthusiasm was contagiousand New York she will see her son, Peter Hansen.Mr. Charlton, William Buck, Mary tS k dp
we hope to see Naples teens end Mrs. James Dupont are other Neapolitans Morris, Oleta Reed.

.'I''o\> -..... ...... .:... .....+:t.. ,.,-. enjoying the same activities In Chatham This their
N.J. is
the near future." spending the summer In DISCHARGES6.18Maria

(NEA Telephoto) Other members of the board former home and they are visiting with members of Hatcher Char

SAFE-Mr, and Mrs Shlrly Wulf rejoice at the safe the agreed Information with Miss gathered Willis will that be their family. les Baker.

11" of their youngest daughter, three-month-old) Kim. helpful in forming an efficientand Last night, Saturday, Mrs Marcus Monaghan Jr. S-n--Mary Crawford Sam
Jo The baby was abducted from her parents' home In active teen club In Naples. small farewell dinner before going to Flint. 3 Yx
Wis, while they were in another state and the baby The Junior Recreation Board gave a party 6-18--Barbara Williams and hKi
I was out of the house. was formed early In May. Mem. Ohio, for several months. Monday she and Mrs. W baby boy Nettle Banon and baby off.

bers of the board were appointed Miller Cook leave to motor to Cleveland Mrs Cook boy, Patty Dates William Vince

I Exhibit cause of the unusual features I by the City Recreation Depart. expects to be back in August and at that time will Eva Cochran.
; Museum and achievement; recommendations of
the engineering ment upon 6-19--Frank Bacorn Dora
represented In these two subdivisions .' school faculty members under bring her granddaughter, Connie Cook, with her. Bomberger Verna Burns Agnes -
,
I Includes Shots they are being hig M the chairmanship of Edmund. Mark and Luther Hill III left yesterday to fly to Wolcott, James Keefer Donna MRS. DOUGLAS EARL HUBBIRD

lighted Naples'in the Inclusion exhibit.followed the I Lowe, senior high of counsellor.Organization the Naples their home In Des Moines, Iowa. They have been here Sanford and baby girl Joan Par- I

i [ Of Naples Area Chamber's original response I teen.club Is expected to be com. for their annual three-week vacation with their grand- ton and babyglrl,Margaret Gordon Weston HubbardLola

several months ago to museum pleted when the new Recreation parents, Gen. and Mrs Luther Hill, Gordon Drive. ,Janet. Sheppard.
queries for photos which mlghl, Center now under constructional 6-20- Henry DeWtlde Vera LanlWeston blown and
unique publicity vehicle for Margaret ( dress and carried a
I-A of Naples opens Mon. qualify under the exhibit's scope. Cambier Park Is ready for use. Dr. and Mrs. William T Barrett Jr., with Debbie Baker Ruth McKlnnon Mary of Naples became the bride of white bridal bouquet.She .

In New York City, the Great. bince then, the museum has been I and Tommy, leave today for New York City. While Bradley. Douglas Earl Hubbanl. of Prln. Is the laughter of Mr.

.. Chamber of Commerce supplied with additional Informs, Diddel At Dr. Barrett is taking a short optometric course at Colum 6-21-Mary Brantley, Florence ceton, DI., Saturday afternoon and Mrs. Max A. Weston, 1438
f reports. tlon to assist In the preparation Mrll. O'Dell Mazzle Warren Eleanor June 20 In the First Methodist Murex Drive. She was gradua.ted ( .
Naples will be featured In the of the show catalog. Presbyterian Meet bia University, Mrs. Barrett has ambitious sightseeing Hoerr. Church of Princeton, 111, Rev.E. fiom Naples High School In

20th Century Engineering Exhibit plans which include everything from an automat to 6-22-James Reinhart, Oleta Cedric Pope, pastor, read 1960 after attending Abraham
i of the Museum of Modern Art. FOLLOWED 'REQUEST? Mrs. William M. Dlddel Is the United Nations building, to the Rockettes, to Mu- Reed. the double ring ceremony Lincoln Junior H<"?h School and
This exhibit will feature photo. among 5,000 United Presbyter 623John Llnvllle, Grace The bride wore wh't! sheath Keith Country Day School at Rock.
r and of the Fair. Barretts will be
graphs and plans of unusual, at. \DIIISON, Ala (AP) Cm.pel 1 Women who have gathered at Pur seums, course to away McCool, Elizabeth GodfreyGer- ford III. Li May she was gradua.
tractive, and dramatic engine mare S. Vthil (Dinxon mill* Hi hill due University from all over the about two and a half weeks. trude Sullivan Vernon Sweet ted from Florida Southern Col.

eerlnj fe-.. >f this crnturysuch own lun 'III. (illative arranged United States from June 22 to Mrs. A. L. Faulconer Is In Montclair, NJ. Mr, Marla Ordax and baby boy James McGill TheilingMrs. lege at Lakeland where' she was
as dams, uimels, towers, build. a member of Kappa; PI, art so.
Demon
(hot I Iwo molding hy June 27 to consider Christian
her. After visit A.T. McGill Jr.was mar.
Faulconer and Paula leave today to join Noell.
t an1
logs, bridges he played it his funeral lervice.The freedom runty, and Alpha Mu Sigma,
led Victor
4 Included in the display will be Rclcllionn' "I"n', Turn Meeting In their triennial assembly ing with relatives and seeing the Fair, they will returnto Rudloff 6-24-Helen Sowers Lozano, Mary and home to of her sister Theiling, Mrs.at John the music sorority, and sang In the
a of Commerce aerial Guadelupe conceit choir for four years
I Chamber Hark, and "Ni.w Morning Sun,
the United PresbyterianWomen Naples together. Cowles, at 8 Friday.
t photc( or the community, taken were favorilm of the 74-yeur-oId baby girl, Mayme Potter Andrew p.m. Hubbard Is the son of MI'I.My'tle .
r from Gordon are hearing from leading After a family dinner at thePirates'
Pass looking north. Bradley Hattte Harris Hubbard or Princeton,
singer Each recording wan a
LONG TRAIN TOUR Den the do.
| Of Interest to the exhibit are with Dennon churchmen and meeting with Guadelupe Mlramontez and couple Ill., and is a graduate of Brad.
I i* two prominent foreground localities quartet all four -part and also singing playing special guests and delegates from Mrs. Harry Byrnes and Mrs. George Robinson, baby boy Norma Mays and parted Those for present a short at trip.the wedding ley University of Peoria, 111., at.

the filled land areas of the piano lie had requeued thatthey overseas. They are launching who both have Surfside apartments, are looking forward baby girl. were Mi's. Thelling's daughters. ter attending Princeton Hlph ''I
W Port Royal and Royal Harbor. study and action themes for the School. lie Is a member of the ;
I he included In the nervueThli leave for and Elizabeth McGill
to a 21-day tram tour. They tomorrow Margaret ;
The Chamber notes that be. next three years American Society of Engineers, ,
BIRTHS her brother, Carter Rich, and
Chicago to join the tour to California, Portland, Van and is presently employed, by
.. 6-16--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Rich and tholr daughter: ,
Arcole Midwest
Wetk Special'Permanent couver, Banff, Lake Louise and back to Chicago.Mr Crawford baby Mr. and Elaine, from St Petersburg; and Corporation Inroad
Dr. and Mrs. FagueTo girl; const i'uc'tion work. The
Wave and Mrs. Carl Krantz and their daughter Ellen Donald Mr. and Mrs. Cowles.
Mrs. Barton baby boy. 1 bride has accepted a {iiositlun as
Reg. 12500 Attend July 2-9 arrive Tuesday from Cincinnati to visit Mr. and Mrs. 6-17-Mr. and Mrs. Neal Williams Morrlstown Mrs. Theiling N.J. formerly of a teacher of music at the Western j
recently move ,
., $12.50 Lutheran MeetingEmmanuel .'Joseph W. Powers. While here the Powers plan to Jr. baby boy; Mr. and ed to Naples.Theiling manager Community The ,School, Buda, III.
I Mrs. Lou Patton baby couple will make their
This permanent Include Body Lutheran Church Is take their guests to Dry Tortugas and Key West aboard 6-19--Mr. and Mrs. Robert girl. of Edwards the brokerage and Sons office in of Naples.A.G. 1 home In Prim,'eton after a honey

Hair Cut, Conditioner. Shampoo, sending Dr. and Mrs. Harland D. their "Lady Louise." Sanford, baby girl. They will First Ave., I moon In Naples and Miami. J.
rsldeatJ37
and Hair Stylinr.Try
/ Fague ta the Lutheran Church In Mr. and Mrs:Weston, parents
Gen. Charles two days this week at 6-21--Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo
America Convention, July Z. 9, E.Jung spent _. of the bride, will entertain at a
Mr. Wills', Now Kali Cut! Makes let Ordax baby boYI Mr. and Mrs. -- -
lljdy your In PlttsburgVPa. This general Cape Kennedy. He attended meetings of the Military N.State's reception for the couple at 4 .
lay !better and! koep the trims out of your permanent convention of the church is held Affairs Committee of Florida State Chamber of Refuglo Lozano, baby girl. Telephone o'c'loc'k Sunday afternoon, July '>,
the 6-23--Mr. and Mrs. Victor
HAIR FASHIONS every two years. The state of In the Cove Restaurant of the
WILLS Florida with OS congregations Commerce. He is the representative for Southwest Mlramontez baby boy; Mr. and Networks Growing Tahitlan Cove Congress Inn.

117,riHh Avd. Is. Phone Ml. t.741S makes up the Florida Synodone Florida. i Mrs. Billy Mays, baby girl. "

1 of 30 synods In the 3,200,000 The last week in July, Gen. and Mrs Jung will 624Mr.. and Mrs. Jerry Faster This Year
Commission Chairman Edwin
\ I' membership of the Lutheran Young, baby boy.
1'I I ,: I : Church In America. There are be In Marblehead Neck, Mass., for the yacht and sail TALLAHASSEE (APFlor.. L. Mason said 7,000 subscriberswere

.. 6,200 congregations In the the Carib.U.S., boat races. Their party will Include Mr, and Mrs. C. Ida's growing telephone twice as networks fast this were yearas telephone added companies In May by operating the K I
Canada and throughout
bean area., Ellwood Kalbach, who live In Marblehead Neck, and Lady Stitchers they did a year ago, the Pub. in Florida. The number doubled

Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, the Mr and Mrs. Richard Wolfe. lie UtilItiesComrntsslon saldFrt. the May 1963 figure, hft said.

Our new president of the Church,will pre. This week Mrs. Roy Brack enjoyed a cruise to Working Toward day.
side at the business
sessions
which will be held at the Hilton Nassau. Gail and Rebecca accompanied'; their motheron

GABEY BLOUSESare Hotel A dally Communion ser. the four-day trip. \ Annual BazaarSome

vice will be held at the famed Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gwynn, who plan to make 19 ladies gathered on F rle inc. /oe LovcllnC66
historic First Lutheran church day at the Naples Woman's Clubto
their home here In their Chicago e.c
are now
In Pittsburgh's "Golden Trl. apartmentfor
make "stocking stutters" for '
here
angle." An Ecumenical Rally Is the summer. They have been) in Naples since April the Annual Bazaar held In Nov. ./11ay LUooJ 'lJ.1/.:,

in their most delightful splashesof ant being Dr built, Arthur around Fleming three, Nation speak. and expect to be back at the Lago Mar in October., ember.Mrs.hostess for the Pauline afternoon Ford was In the the "A Beach CUb Beauty Salem MI27ft___

color Gay and exciting for al Council of Churches' Presl. Bert R. Hedman will be on the high seas come air-conditioned annex. 'NO-PERM red "'P TRON' end the proceiwlng. Trust

4th of July wearing. dnet World; Bishop Council lakovos of Churches, President, and, July Fourth. He sails the third fora, seven-day cruise to Last Friday, on the 19th, Mrs. It used to be, red good per. good profenicionl. It will a
your Ruth McLaughlin greeted the eminent give comfort and
Dr. Frederick A. Schlotz, Presl. the Virgin Islands aboard "Ariadne wave was 'perma you pleasure
sewers and next week, on July 3, nent' unless it was kinky worth a hundred timeic
Scoop neck sleeveless in white dent of Lutheran World Feder. Sue Langley and :Gloria and Kay Bernard also Mrs. Cornelia Brooks will won frizzy, and over-curled. It the price.

at ion. plan to be away over ,the Fourth of July. They leaveon come the group at one o'clock. was M tight that rreme rinse WHEN THE SHINE IN
and for cool cool the
pastels com- The pulpits of Pittsburgh Any member of the Woman's was actually Invented to h lpyuterd. YOU EYES IS ON THE
fort parishes will be supplied on July the third for Nassau. Club Is welcome or any pros. .,'. woman comb END OP YOU NOSE .
5 by the visiting clergymen. Dr. through that
lecturing pad
member.Each lady< works
pectlve It be time for changeof
tom In St. James to NICE TRIP AHEAD curl. This may a
Fague will preach on the project she Is most In. Is a new era At akin eve You may beoversoaping
Lutheran Church, Emsworth, Soon after they get back, Gloria and Kay will repack terested !In and many such pro. last, moderns there li.ho a bodywavefor need only and under-
Pittsburgh. jects are under way. The chair. rinsing! Or you may need a
leave month long with their underneath for hair.
After the convention Dr. and to on a trip parents, support gentle friction to help speedup
Mrs Lowo would
man, Berger,
Mrs. Fapie will travel east Mr and Mrs. Mathias; P. Bernard, and the other Bernard like to hive old jewelry and interesting Ntyle Thousand have of perm the your natural exfoliation
shy
patroni proved
i nM across Pennsylvania Into New Soap left on the face drleito
of fabric
Children. \ pieces brought effectiveneni of thin typepermanent
Jerse and New York, and expectto a shine that la impossible
In. The Ia1ie were asked to look It'
perfectfor
attend the New York World'sFair The Bernard's objective Is Marblehead Mass., to wave. for your makeup to hide.
arou id tor of wall modern hair Htylei One.ord
scraps paper,
i fl7 They will leturnhomeAugust see their son in law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs too. of warning! Body And it keep the from top layerof peeling I.
epidermis
7. During their absence the Im- your
itJC'nur and also the world's Fair. Since Waves are practically it Juat pilesup
to properly no
'' Rev. George C. Ackerh of Port Joseph Phillips see possible to give yourself. It
Charlotte will preach tit Emman. they will be all packed',and on the road they plan a takes more kill than ever to and to gives pretty a thick skin.coaraelook

J uel Lutheran Chur'h, slight detour which will take them for their first visitto know the right moment to your ,

I New Orleans before'headmg for Massachusetts.Mr. .

L n }, r t and Mrs. A. F, Matson will stay in town until fJET

lust after, The Fourth They will 'motor to Denver for ;

two weeks with relatives, Then they will go on to Chi- \.1'
ee A itiaa Ofg more '

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The romantic look Now 'It knew that fOil comforting !1.j.'t .4'1-
r: would rome out pretty
well on thin niibject, but than '
7 y sum of the must mlipro. :- I
nounred .ordll art reilkhockem. words r [
Lilly PulitzerOf The Federal Of. \
; b3 A'" t ; :, Go through summer t fir uf Education lull ,
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cords ,
the following doyen -# >
) + looking fabulous t (
a* then* protlnc most I'i'f
t e t Naples, Inc. troublrnome: .
with feminine ,
a ro On. stake accept to. J
Nerd address Inlere.l. I
1 I mantic new coif, Inc preferable, dro.ned.
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styled by expert, perform, automobile al. i

i given body by our Brighten the tacked So one demonttralite.ever mlnpro.nouneed X""Vbympath''flowers t

r 4th of July mrteis or profit i iI L
soft, gentle PERMANENT 't'tt nor' mUimderBtiMMj
With
Call a gay t them either for that ", at.
today, r Red. white etloii
and blue" ) ter. l ever) -

/ 7 f yes. profit end upnd ..lIb. or the sscra.ae .*. Sympathy flowers express your sincere I I;

y % otlte. .% atranc thin*
'.. bout real estate even feeling far better than words. They give a
f : -, 01105money i
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I / breaklnceven warming comfort and renewed hope
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dal
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I ii I 11111 THE NAPLES Polio DecreasingATLANTA 29 Cases Repdrted

NEW 5 rs Ga. CAP) -Only moats XXiMM Center sail r
BY DIANE BOWER$ Not I e b0Ceatiusd 0.' k 18 state i-avt: had cases of only 29 rase of
.mxot: .4.. ." vlutwwlw paralytic polio so far in 1964, tic polio have occurred tt! i
Sae as afalnst 68 by this t-+:-3
to the
according U.S. Publi
Mrs. Gladys Maldmem of Port Dennis and
daughter Debbie 196J.
; Servi.
Health e
Marco and Indian River Mteh., spew four days visiting with her ( !ros page g) I The Health Servi "'1 i'"ommu.
Is now at her Indian River home. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh-
Her address Is Stir Route Indian ton MonVoe'of Napl s. I
River Mich., and she wouldbe cago for two months before returning to the Harbour
glad to hear from her friends. NEW PAINT' JOB LANDING Club t f I :
Bruce Flower of Maitland.Fla. The Tommie r
., visited the Roger Johnson Is getting a new Barfield paint job.School The ( : 'i tkYt'irl1.flyc William McDevitt left Friday to vacation in Philadelphia *

family this past week. yard has been cleaned and the Mrs. McDevitt went up earlier and they will ALLIED
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin (Gated) flag pole painted. The school y return together: in two weeks M/ McDevitt is the golf
Whitman from Tampa spent five has been painted by Mr. W.W i the
pro at Moorings Country Club. 2401 DAVIS BLVD. w 2.547I
days with Mr. and Mrs Doyle Ferrell a contractor from Na- rrrrfI
Doxsee and Mr Cook. Mrs. There was a Florida State Democratic meeting in

Whitman Is Mr. Cook's daughter. ples.Mrs.. Justine Leigh and child I a a Brodenton Friday and Saturday of this week. State I- {." nf .11 ALLIED w.k..StuVlC at M.or*Apph.ncr.The CO r
ren from Ft. Bennlng, Ga., have committee woman Mrs, Fred Lowdermilk was there C..I and Dom.Ue RIiltr.I,on Equlpm.nt
Mrs. addle Owens Is preaching been spending the week with Mrs. As
from Naples. a member of the executive committ3 -
a revival at the Church of Leigh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ..,
God every night at '730 p.m.; Dewey Robinson.Mr. \ she enjoyed a banquet Friday evening hosted by
everyone Is Invited to attend and Mrs. Doyle Doxsee Elliot Roosevelt and Mrs. Annette Baker, and the group
Roger Johnson,daughter,Bonnie and family have moved Into their was further entertained with a moonlight cruise after -
and son, David; made a tripto new home at the Marco High- 1 '
the .
UATUI LIMIT11"8.. and .Mrs. "uom nram 01 banquet.H.
Gainesville Sunday afternoon lands. Their old
home Is get- Ft. Lauderdale, fished with Captain Nate Hunt R. Snowball and Braden.ton .
Bill in .
.to visit his daughter and son- ting a new finish and new te- Henning were I late.. and Irapt'r Fablc.011011"
in-law Kay and Tom Williams. nants. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie for two days, catching their limit of snook. Saturday to attend some of the meetings.
;unday evening, the Williams- Thompson and family will be living ami, suffered a heart attack, ing a good time catching snook. I :-;
ertalned both of their fathersor there. while fishing In Hurricane Pass, Mrs. Bostwick landed a 19- will return next week with a er Motel with all catching their S 'Iuiltl'd lied !'pd.ltrr.'ionl .
dinner. Tom's dad.Ray Wll *!... Luclla' Doxsee Las been and had to be guided to Marco pounder. The BostMcks were group of men for snook fish- limit of snook.
lams of Naples Is still at the spending a few days at her Marco by his wife. Mr. Crawford Is visited by their daughter and son- ing. Dr. Kemp and Mr. Douglesonand .\
Hlllls Miller Health Center home. feeling better at thepresent time. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Maurice! Private Bruce Addison has returned son fromOrlando fished with {u .u, ITRITCH fabric. .I.I.h
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ecoverlng from surgery.Mr. There were three tornadoesseen Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Simons Mines from Miami. Each caught l home on furlow to visit Captain Nate Hunt having a good d..lln"denims and for cotton.po" ..knit...,. .cl.1/
and Mrs.Jim Caster and over Marco on Sunday.We and sons of the Islander fished a snook one weighing 11 pounds,,, with his family Mr. and Mrs. catch of fish.
jfamlly from Fort Myers, spente are very thankful they did with Captain Roger Johnson and the other weighing 13 pounds.i Richard Addlsor. I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. not touch ground caught eight large snook. They returned smiling and very C.W. Drake and party from .\ ruHvr -p.mil.t WHIUIIM '
oyle Doxsee and family. Sara Nell Stuart from Immo- happy to their home In Miami.Mr .., Motel Marco fished two days raHJupl.ueat.gwtillh.h\ l Fabric; Mart
Margaret Johnson left Frl- kalee visiting here with the Ver- HUNTING SNOOKMr. and Mrs. James Thompson with Captain Nate Hunt of Cap >uu rimot' OUTS I.IHI bit .itbutler
ay, June 19, for Camp Wing- non Roberts family at their Marco and Mrs. J.M. Bastwlck and sons from Winter Haven 1,, tain's Landing catching their 'tram' .1 b.*I. |Ih,' ,'
nann, at Avon Park and will home and caught her first and mother Mrs. Kele of Miami have returned home after limit of fish. opuuiliiH i".'nu nt 'III" wiJih-, 690 Fifth Ave., So. MI 2.3334
turn Friday. June 26. snook weighing about ten pounds. spent a week at the Islander spending three weeks vacation a t Captain Nate Hunt guided Tom the wtie! wullh f.'r ilic t..hI rn.pr.tce'.n .
Mrs. Kris Doxsee and son, Fletcher Crawford from MI- Motel. They have been hav the Islander. Mr. Thompson i I West and party from the Island III ntakin I. .1..


















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4 Starting PitchersGo el Host Afternoon BradentonThis



Hoping to get back on the win.
All The Way In nine track Naples American PORTS

Legion! baseball team will\ hit)
a strong Bradenton club at 2

Senior Little LeagueSTANDINGS p.m.Manager todaat Roll I Ie Gambler Rl e of Naples Park. . . . .. . . .

doesn't know too much about

the Bradenton team, but he ex. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 28, 19UMen's
J victory over the Cubs. In the peits the IIlhthltttnlloral boys"

r. W L first Inning Monty Hackney, will have their hands full.Naples
: Dodgers 11 3 Johnson and Alfonso hit singles lost Its first two games of the Max Alvis Hit
1 Reds 8 5 and all three scored. In season, won Us next two, and Doubles
Cubs 4 9 the third, Johnson doubled, Alfonso ... lost Its last two for a current

Pirates 4 10 reached base on a field .. 2.4 record There are six games Tourney Today With Meningitis,

er's choice and Don Lightner 'Iw] left.It.
There were pitching changesIn hit a run-scoring single. A is probably will take a ,500 Then City Recreation, Depart IIIBOSTON
Friday night's Senior Little In the fifth Johnson walked "' record or better to finish In the ment and the Naples Tennis Club Seriously
League doubleheader at Cam Alfonso and ?d a top four in the lstrl standings. will conduct a Men's Doubles
bier Park as ill four starting singled Lightner to The first four teams will qual.if Tennis Tournament today at Cam. (AP) Doctors
tripled. Lightner later scoredon ." (, ; for the district offs. So maintained a -lose wat h today
pitchers went the distance. .. ,., ) pla) bier Park, with pla scheduledtostart
an Infield out to end the over Cleveland third basnmanMax
Dodg
It is evident that Naples will
Lodge at 1 p.m., Julius Lesser,
League-leading Cypress ers'scoring. Tommy Peele sing- have and Alvis after an attack of
to start
hitting winning
t. recreation director announced.
295 Dodgers rode the five-hit led and ? spinal meningitis struck the 26.
scored In the fourth for .3:. : pretty' soon.Righthander. There Is no entree fee rorcon.
Alfonso 9- .
hurling of Carlos to a year.old baseball player.
the ,
Dodgers. .. Tom Hamilton has testants and trophies will be

3 Motors triumph Cubs.over Collier The Dodgers County The Cubs got a third-Inning run -,,. '" .- _. .. :, .. .....Q' _."...-..............!..:. """' _. N ... been named b>. Hire to starton awarded winners, Lesser said. Sancta Alvis Maria was taken Hospital to late Boston's Friday
when Steve Grimm walked with the mound In the afternoon'sBradenton The tournament is open to all
touched losing pitcher Jerry the bases filled to force In Davis.In TilE PACE THAT THRILLS-Thrilling fast action like this is what brings people to the clash The Bradenton ages. when he complained of a
Davis for nine hits. the fifth, Davis walked and harness races by the millions The horses in this racing classic at Yonkers Raceway in manager watched Naples plat at high temperature and stiffnessIn
the neck But It wasn't until
Glenn Thornton struck out 14 scored on Jim Steinbach's tri New York are led by Cardigan Bay 6, champion of Australia and New Zealand now owned Sarasota last Wednesday and the sixth Inning of the game J
Lawyers Abstract Pirates as by American and driven Dancer. Behind 5 with based on his observations there,
ple. Steinbach scored on a an syndicate by Stanley are Rusty Range against the Red Sox that Geoi geStrUkland
Elks Reds defeated the Pirates groundout. Alfonso walked 10 Will Niles in the seat and Bill Gilmour piloting Country Don, 9. ball he probably specialist will against throw the a curve home Naples Golfers acting manage of
Thornton
also by a 9-3 score. and struck out 11. forces. Cleveland learned of the serl. .

gave up only two hits and was Llghtner while throwing histwohitter Oilers Win On Exchange Boots Naples has shown a special Competing In ousness of the ailment
seven-hit attack
backed
a
up by for the Reds, walk weakness against curve-ball pit, Dr. Thonue Tleinev, team
by the Reds off loser Fred Moss. ed 13 Pirates but the losers chers this season, and managerRice Florida physician for the Red Sox, said
The Dodgers are 21/2 gamesin has been throwing almost OpenNaples he believed the disease was ar.
left 13
runners on base. The

four front games of the left Reds for each with team.only Pirates when led briefly In the first Sallevs Back On Top In Little League|t batting nothing but practl curves ve. He while hopes pitching that has four golfers play. rested"He's"Just a pretty In time slikbov"TI.erney .
Inning Ronnie McCune
Is sing- inj In the Florida Open Golf added, "but we believewe
Next action In Senior League U familiarity will breed base hits,
I Cambler Park led and scored on a basesfilled starting toda '. The team's batting Tournament now under way at got It In its early stages.''
Wednesday at >
walk. STANDINGSW Standard Oil will meet at 7:15 The 11-year-old hurler walked "
U not.too.robust the Lehlgh Acres Golf and Coun. Dm toi s ruled out the posslblli.
when the Reds meet the Dodgersat The Reds went ahead, 3-1. L and the winner will stay In only one, struck out nine, and .179.average a try Club. Big Cypress Pro Phil ty of a quarantine for the Cleve.

\ 6:30. A Dodger victory will In the last half of the first. Holland Salley 5 2 the running for the second-half gave up three singles, none of Darbyshlre and Beach Club Pro land) team. But sulfa tablets
Just about wrap up the season Gary Hamm walked and came Jaycees 5 3 championship. Holland Salley them solidly hit. Paul Bell are competing in the which have been successful In

championship. At 8 p.m. Wed- In on Scott Black's triple. Roger Standard Oil 4 3 marched undefeated: through the Chris Provenzano allowed Hol professional ranks, with Johnny combatting! the disease, were

nesdaythePirateswflltrytoescapethebasement Mann walked and Thornton sing Exchange 3 4 first half. land Salley only four hits, walk- Softball Yates and Tom Abbott rep re.sentlnz ordered for the Indians.

when they meet led In two runners. Kiwanis 3 5 On Friday Holland Salley tooka ed three and struck out four. Naples as amateurs. -----
Darbyshlre had 75.72 for a
the Cubs. Two errors allowed the Pirates Trail Cleaners 2 5 slim 2-1 lead In the first Inn- Both sides went out In orderIn
I and Alfonso each twodiy total of 147; Bell, 76. Mrs. Fred HaynesIs
Jeff
Johnson
.to,",. core once In the third, but Ing and held It behind the curve the third fourth, and, fifth 73,149 and Yates, 70.73-149.' Ab.
scored three runs In theDodgers'I [.tntfl'ttjnners' came back with a returned Holland to Salley's their accustomed White Sox ball pitching of David Barley. Innings. Barley retired the last Averages bott shot; 81 In competition Thurs. Low Net In

L .t paiftlft the home half of the Inn 13 Jaycees In a row. day, but his Friday's score was
ing on Pirate fielding lapses. place at the top of the Little Lea- The White Sox got two first- Includes All Games not learned.An Women's GolfLow

Ron Staker singled In a fifth- gue standings Friday night when Little LeagueBat Inning runs on a walk,Joe Grat- 34 or more at bats amateur, Howell Frazer net for combined classeswas
fP(( Inning run to bring the Piratesto they edged Jaycees the previous! ton's single an error,and Bruce from Lynn Haven, led the field the heduled event for thisweek's
within two runs. first-place team, by a 3-1 score Griffin's run-scoring single up AD R H Avg after two days of play with 69. meeting of the Beach Club
Wheeler 50 18 26 ,520Schulthels
and Friday's othergamewas AveragesThrough the middle. Holland Salley field 6743S. The tournament will run Women's Golf Association.
Four errors singles by
contested too, with Standard Oil ers made three errors In the last 41 24 18 .439 through Sunday The winners were: 1st Mrs.
LtJFF GMC INC. Daryl Lyon for and four Al Reds'Hackney accounted In capitalizing on Exchange errors Friday's Games half of the first Inning allowing Stahlman 51 22 24 .421 -- Fred Ha>'nes with a net 77; 2nd.
Trucks Parts runs for a 5-4 victory over the Pirates, 34 or more at bats With Rice 44 9 18 .409 Mrs. Wilbur Eckard with a net
the sixth and that finished off The final week of the regular AB H RP Avg. one Jaycee runnertoscore.second and third and Flowers 51 18 20 .392 Stable Stops 79; tied! for 3rd with a net 80,
runners on
-Service the Pirates. season begins Monday and Hol. Gratton 54 30 44 .556 of V. Weeks 46 12'' 17 .370 Mrs Tom Abbott, Mn. S.W.
one out, Barley pitched out in Sixth
Shomo
TEMPORARY land Salley expects a tough test Hartford 54 28 41 .481 the jam by getting third strikes Shimer 41 15 14 .341 ; McCune, Mrs. T.K.Montgomery,
LOCATION Pitching IlIa: h Mel Murder nf from Exchange when the two Johnson 48 20 18 .417 LUes 48 13 18 .333 Wants Griffith Mrs. Mantle Tooke.
batters
past two The winner for the nine hole
the MUM darted hu pitching teams take the field at 5:15at 42 17 33 .405 Van Hall 40 11 13 .325
Barley
421 Ninth St., N. It was 2-1 until the sixth when NEW; YORK (AP-Jose Sta. group was Mrs. Evelyn Blair
career with Omaha in l 197. Cambler Kline 34 14 11 .323
Park. Jaycees anc I Hall 47 19 29 .404
Barley walked and scored on 1 ble performed as expected Fri. with 44.Thel'e.
D. Weeks 59 21 19 .322
Lawrence 44 17 30 .386
Bill Rayburn's single to center day night. will be a meeting after
I Frank 49 18 24 .367 Jaycees had runners on second Murphy 35 8 11 .314 First the Cuban, a 3.1 favor.Ite play this week at which time the
GOLFING IS AT
ITS BEST Rayburn 43 15 22 .349 and third In the second Rans 40 6 12 .300 I stopped Vince Shomo of New prizes for the Paul Bell toutna.
Daniels 46 16 15 .348 Hartnett 49 16 14 .286 York In 1:08 of the sixth round meet will be awnnlod., There will
the result of singles by Jackie
D. Hunter 61 21 23 .345 Wolf 39 11 11 .282 It Madison Square Garden, then also be a board meeting. I

Palm River Country Club and Estates. Allen 52 17 32 .327 Sorber were left and on Tony base.Hunterbut No batter they Pease 57 11 16 .281 he Emile hollered Griffith, "Get is me the Griffith.world" .
Schmucker 40 6 11 .275
Tucker 43 14 21 .326 ,
had more than one hit In the welterweight champion. It is ; / I
Provenzano 64 20 23 .312 Hartter 47 10 12 .255 l K' '
Bt.! : wide Fairways Championship Greens 42 13 15 .310 game. Askew 51 17 13 .255 customary for all contenders to .t I
yf Llndabury Standard Oil got only one hit ,, y@I{ t41( r.._q ,t1tJe,.(I$after"a yl .
"
Griffin / :49 ,US 19 .3QB Yahl I 1 1. ).. br2v55.
:off Exchange pltcheVJ'( ,reg Hall .r< & n; I'. tory .specially: on.JlleJoij.,. ::
Open Year 'I Round r.v.n T.Humef/ 44 13 19295 and Larry Rogers. Errors figured I Bickford -1&--IS-i960: ,and'StablelespUe; / his difficulty ",

0. Cowles 51 15 23 .294 In the scoring of four Caballero 44 7 11 .250 :with the English 1 language, did
Gracely 41 12 12 .293 Standard Haynes 40 10 9 .225 I not disappoint.It .
SUMMER GREEN FEE $2.00 runs. Winning pitcher Kelly 58 7 13 .224 for
Vachon 55 16 23 .291 Tim Bell better was the eighth victory

Closed On MondaysGas Hatcher 39 11 18 .282 afield, although got giving up support five I Stable, who Is ranked third
I among the welterweight con. v
Flowers 57 16 22 .281
hits In five
Carts and Pull Carts available 11. Watkins 47 13 19 .277 innings. j lenders. Shomo Is No. 4. sots
Bell of after
ran out Innings Referee Joe LoScalzo stopped
a"5 rr, ?_ Country Club Membership available with Rogers 38 10 12 .263 the fifth, and Exchange narrowed t the: spirited scrap as the more.
\ purchase of homeiite. M. Watkins 54 14 21 .259 the gap from 5-2 to 5-4 In .experienced Cuban hammered

I BE SURE Bell 35 9 19 .257 the sixth when Oly Cowles hita t the: bleeding apparently tired
t Bass 43 11 20 .256 off tI I underdog around the ring. Sho.
Steve Alan-
two-run single .
Jj'- > to tee the new hornet recently constructed by Sltta 44 10 7 .227 der with one out. Alander bore mo was bleeding from cuts on :; .

fl' Walker 45 10 12 .222 down and retired the next two 1I 1I I the: mouth, over the tight eye ;; "
Carl Anderson <
i the ...- ..
( Stahlman 37 8 13 .216 batters to end the contest +w I and from nose. '

.., ; { who welcomes discussion of your plans for.r. Storter 51 11 19 ..216F. Ed Frank walked and scor- aI But the New Yorker making tt .
Cross 48 10 11 .208 his Garden debut as a main "'4 'oo! xift
.
./":..: your new home. ed on a passed ball for Stan- I 8venter gave Stable's rehealed ;

."- 1 mile KuM: of II lliithwn- Phones MI 2.1317 Fry 35 7 9 .200 dard In the first Inning, and Exchange )law a severe testing. It was ,... -
RP--Runs produced total of .
r. ahead In the bottomof
Immiikato t Itimd :MI 2-5018: I went Jose's first bout since he suf. 'r. .
/ on g runs scored and runs batted In.
.. the tuning 2-1. on singles by Fered a broken jaw in training \ ,
Cowles and Hall, plus an error a sight months ago. ;.
and wild pitches. F The defeat snapped Shomo's "
win streak at five. His recordIs
The winners went aheadto

SPECIALS for MON. TUES. WED. ONLY stay with two second-Inning 12.7.1. Stable's record is
23.2.1.
I runs on a hit batter walk, and Stable weighed 14C4 pounds, fr.tr.wt
two Two
errors. fifthInningerrors thnmn URI/i --
and Alander's the .
single, x -
SNARE D-New York first
only hit for Standard Oil, result- Of the seven active stuyyuh '
CORBIN-LINDABURY GARDEN CENTER baseman Joe Pepitone looksas
at ed In two runs which came In \KTIIKO\\LK Lenneitlltdnidrk have hit 1 a Suede and a
handy when Exchange rallied in runs during their lureirtiiki\ farewell to someone as
Penn State freshman, may M.miK, with the only
the sixth. 419 'is
ATTENTION! he reaches out to snare a hot
GRO-TONE PELLETS become the owner of a world ,Wru I LiigiKr. llimwcr.
BLASTS Coach ljrr| >' (I'eanulO) I ,iu rev J javelin record before he Phillu ReI\ Sitter hit I TO) ..( grounder at Yankee Stadium

Wt make FREE lawn calls to ad. S0-Ibs. 100-lbs. of tin Philadelphia Phils -..luri.JKilhMolin graduates, at least accordingto I hi," 110 I h..mer' m UK .\nicman"I

vise you on the best way to keep ,. -111. ut Or. his coach John Lucas 101 Santa Claus Wins ,
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lawn and shrubbery growing and CHINCH
healthy I $2.98 $5.75 Third Running Of


6-foot fast R BUGS Irish Sweepstakes
growing.CHINESE
PELLETIZED 10-10-10 CVRRVCH, Ireland (AP-
Favored Santa Claus won the
$2.95 INTO ORBIT FEEl third running of the IrishSweepstakes

ELM i.M 100 lbseee..see$3.98 Derby Saturday.
-- ------ -- '-- SUNNILAND $1.63 Lionhearted was second and

Only 50 to Sell! SL, LAWN SPRAY I COUPON Sunseeker finish. third In a photo

BOUGAINVILLEA 67c Per Santa Claus, owned by Eng
.. BERMUDA GRASS SEEDS land's John Ismay, became the
Were $4.95PHOENIX first colt to win both the English

ROBELINI -Ib. Bag Derby and Irish Sweepstakes
Derby.
50
> 4 Santa Claus, a 4.7 favorite,
PALMS egg "n $2.95
4
4q0tame SEEDS 1 TO earned $149,730. This boosted

2,000 SQ. FT. the winnings of the great 3year.
FIRECRACKER "j17 old to $376,423.
tiling this coupon with >'u
Lionhearted was 100-8. and
PLANT 55C Void after July 1 Sunseeker 66.1.

Santa Claus, an aptly named
FRESH P);AN rrs--- COUPON horse In the opinion of thou

,srr sands of bettors who have wagered

I''". 34C 1 ALUMINUM OUTDOOR on the game colt, was
., ridden by Scobie Breasley, 50.
T-MULCII PATIO TORCHWith year-old Australian Jockey. The
Australian rode Santa Claus toa
(Tobacco Stems) i .. < IS' riSrrgU' Hasl 10 HP Jthnwn Hurricane Tilt Trailer eome-from-behlnd victory In

50 Ib. ba(. $ .69 $1.59 jj jjfiling the English: Derby.

Used By Many COME REGISTER OFTENNO
Reg. SOcCHLORDANE th<- ip t h:1:
Commercial Spraymen NolJ after fi I ly 1
OBLIGATIONTO


in Shaker Cans 1 Ib. CORBIN LINDABURYGARDEN BE GIVEN AWAY BY POR""'" SUN. FLtW a Itsk-


29cMANGANESE: SERVICESTATION Silver Kin!,

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IMPERIAL MODERN SAFE FAST

50-lbi. 410 Tenth St. South ,Ph rf Ml 2-2440 FISHING CRUISER

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[ Sua,,,. June U. 1..4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9'lus SlIOtllIIllltIIlIIIlISs UUIUIIIUUUIIUM miiiini' -. "'_.'-







Plans Communist New Indictment PartyWASHINGTON p FIND "Tii"EMINCLISSIPIED








(AP) The gram never has hesitated to berepresented

jovernment It expected to seek In public by Its of.

a new Indictment soon against Hdals, who clearly label them

the U.S. Communist party selves members of the party

which has refused to register u and disregard the possibility of

an Kent of the Soviet Union. self-lncrlmlnatlon. de&

This, It was learned today, 1* Nevertheless, the court re.

the course most likely to be Jol. fused to reconsider the decision.

lowed by the justice Depart The Supreme Court when the

merit In reaction to a court de. department took Us case there -

ddon upsetting a 1B61 conviction :. also declined to review It. '?)Udwaq 2-2/07 (Op LHO)

of the party on the same The loss was a bitter pill. It

charge. had taken more than 10 years

sources IndicaU of litigation before _... ................. ..............................." ....." .." .,............,...,...." ........,...........,....,.....,..............."."......,,"' ..,,..".. "' ." ............IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH....................
Government the Supreme IIIII"II"IIIII''I'ln'"IIHII1Announcements!! !!!! '''!! '' '' ''' IHIIinillHIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII- llll'II''miHmiNIHMmiMWmiimHHHUW 1111I11I11111111111111111111111111" .."' ""' """""' "".,"........'.......... ........".''....".."...11I"11I'111I'....................'.,......

ed the new Indictment will be'Court In June 1981, upheld the

painstakingly timed possiblythis constitutionality of an order of 23-Misc. For Sale RENEW YOUR 49-Homes For Rent 57-Houses For Sale 59-Acreag.e

summer-to allow the roVe the Subversive Activities Con.

ernment to avoid the pitfall I trot Board which had found that PlAZA BEAUTY SALON DRIVERS LICENSE I For rant or aala Two bad. 40 ocree for ..1.. Cloao In two
Ills I. Tamieml, For Sale Used electric range DURING YOUR % RENTAlS140U855 room houaa. on canal .20 lOIN per acre Might aplit' CARIBBEAN .
the Trait
which won the Communists a party was a Communistic New mattress and bo.spr.ngs.CHEAP. N.
Midway IM71 South I.. your ",olio,. REALTY. >7M TrtiLMl
reversal of the 1981 conviction. |tlon group, dominated and controlled Call Ml 14121 after 0/20 RWH UDNJH44Mobile :.i tlt 7 IIM 1/21. The. tf
00.
At that time the party was by the Soviet Union. ASCOAPPLIANCE A PA NT 54 1 NYSFURNISHED. FOR ALI (40 acres for .. ot 10 porocro

convicted of falling to registerwith The Justice Department still SERVICE For Sale Used electric range Hornet UN'U"NIHIDYI" ...,.,t".nt. ...II' the .buach end M.ght sell. port Two
New mattraaa and boo aprlnga mopping cantar. cona,aling of ...11.. aoulli of proposed FtLaudardalo .
the attorney general as re. is considering what new stepsto COMPANY CHEAP. Call Ml 14121 after 29 Tr."i.r. reconditioned, IMIM IrA.ON 4 units 1 complalaly. turn,ahad Rd. CARIBBEAN

quired by the Internal SecurityAct take against the party In the Art pleated to announce I:00. lilt Do 'n Reck Creek Trailer J. W. DYCHES REALTOR and tile ether partly furniahad REALTY 17 M N. Troll, Ml
our opening Perk 'Rear of Airport 1/23.51 Priced to sill. good terms Call | Sill I/2S.Tha.rt
and sentenced of Clones.
of 1950 to light the Court of Appeals de.dslon. Round a linden
Mr 4 Mr*. W L. Payer : o'o with ca VIVIAN 003 REALTOR for -
All 5ti A Can bebeeCh Clot Ettatel Trailer RENTALS Quick did. 20 cores. |IS ear
pay a $120,000 fine $10,000 It has been studying two OwnerS eeperate or petio deaignad b eosun 4 IJOOO or I .bedroom furnished homaNaar appotntmant to ahow 174 Ith era. Colliar County Raal Eatata .
each of 11 days past the dead. pilndpiU alternatives whether IIIUt 13u7 Pin. It. M. tain and metalled Phone for beet ofler rrltn or 2 172 ... Gala School site M Ave So Phono. Ml 2 .,.. Ml ,.ltn. Open 'und.,..

which the failed to tree eetimata. STONECRAFT WATERFRONT' HOME t badrooma 1/7.waif
line In party reindict the party or topu _. _
272or
office Ml 2
._ __ ..__ .... ., .. ..._ ... _. ___ INDUSTRIES 45-Trailers For Rent S bedroom lu.h.d. .pt. noti } bath. Florida room. --
n nnn 'ft .L "-0 '
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III rn..... 1 ..... l".vvv .v. .. ,... ..... I1N'''''''.'''' Boats-Motors Acces. ".. Ml 2 tin }I'UOt 0 1000 Saraea LocMad on aaawallad SOMETHISQ DIFFERENT IN

leg to file a registration state. The latter would require the week with, TV canal Chin and wall I carad for, ACREAGE
Trelera II e touSled
S bedroom snfse'iished NOW I acne tract
ment. government to prove that a vol. 1151 Chria.Craft 21' f" Cenatel 26-Personal 110 o week. Spaces M **tk stove and raf t :raW Priced at 'I' tOO Ownar an, lyat ona US. 41.

The U.S. Court of Appeals reversed unteer was available back In letlon twin 130.. Ship to there Hock Creek Trailer Perk 'loss to atll CARISIEAN Drive. ,on I'.f'p.: with
REALTY, J"O N Trail, Ml
depth tinder fully equipped 4/2IH NEED FENTAL LISTINGS own car and compare Itogolnat
the conviction last December 1961, to register the party. That with life lackata. etc Ph Ml ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS,'" drinbiniproblems' 2 5)15. 4/2*.Iha.tf your' ony otharl Only lit

A three.Judge panel decided course of action would be enormously 14421 be or t 2171 Price unll"'lth IS7M 00Con Man or womoaw Ask for help by calling For Rent SECCARIBBEAN HOMES SV STONE down lull pnco $755. For
sees at 48-Apts.
REALTY .. t further Information contoctO :
CRAVTON COVE Ylllt. "
that the party officer! complicated and ten. Chrl Craft 1/1I.St Ml 1 43M Viaitort ctrd.ally
in First "Wh.,. Cuitomara Sand 4 1 badroom Comes on Ith T' Jonea Sal ornise 5. InC.hsldwey .
who should have registered had uoui, at best. In the courts. 11 Lone Ole tlborglet. open welcomed Church Meetinga Anne on IthSI t>0 HO. 1100Furn Elficien, Their Frianda Ace So at 7th (t priced from 11340 P. 0. Bon t73MR .
boat. Smooth II H. P Bapliat I bdrm epte North Trail Ml Hill 114. ISO to 111 ISO with soodtarmo
constitutional to running Tuet end
right 7th A. 741 4th
eeven Condo
the pro. Evinrudo. Owoner north- at y c''... TV Air availabia

tect themselves from self-in. Everyone Reads The NEWS mutt ..II. 1330runk. going Fri. night at I 30 P.M. Ave So Ml 24741_ 2 bedroom housa funl.hed CoIl COCONUT GROVE Only' twoSuildara BIG INVESTOR

crimination. The panel held further Smith I ..Idoo" .01. ,...t "y wsshor Ml S oeto vl l llm.lI sew 3 .badroum hames owailablo, 0'

that the burden was on the M', .1757 ChI..C.tt lob Merlin, 33-Servlces Offered month Ml I 3 1771 II".M house. I bedroom I block .wth 'UO"'po'DOWN" You letter Choice hurry.atoly MR LITTLE INVESTOR.
from baach 111 00 monthly
government to prove that there rUBUC NOTICI 1/71 1 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Until Dae 1541 I 40>l 5/15 *f 71 waterfront .*. on Neple
Tiieend Terrene floor recon APT GREEN ACRE Ml WILLIAM .. STONE INC. bey opposite Port Royal
was someone available to volun. Business Oppi.TEXACO ditionmi by STONECRAFT INDUSTRIES 2 2MO I/IZII ATTRACTIVE: Fern i bdrmf end lull eouth of Royal

tartly register the party some. REQUEST Machine, ecrub.wa> Day Week. or bath homo with Florida 10 Tonth. (t. North Ml 3.5735 Harbor. 1300 1)00II .
.o'OT""u'J: ....1 I and ,... Ellicitnci
atripplng pollah Room Clmo In AduitoOnly.
1 TON H a/14.".
would not be concerned Month tills MOTEL MI _ _
one who Notice I I. hereby given by the INC. idential and commercial Office, Raatonablo to r aht party Ac ISO ,t. No of Napiaa
with possible selfJncrlmlnatlon. Board of County Cummiaeloner Collier Ml 12712, Ret MI 1 till 12301 or Ml M1HOwner MI ; mi iMMt NORTH NAPLLS city 'line Only 400 Ft List

County Florid. that It will receive For laaao, now under conatrvation I/IUOt 't hence furniehed ofliciancy .bedroom houaa 'furnished, TV I badroom' I bath' Florda I : of Ttmitml Trail to the ACL
The government, demanding titled bldi Courthouse, ultramodern elation el Air tend Stoneereft ivilltbla Adulti only. room, larga livmi' room Corn.iululy RR Tht finest development.
full-court reconsideration said Eaat Naplea. bath lrvrO': PM, Tuaa MoorIngs Shopping. Cantor. .... Children portrait Apt Ml 14IJI or Ml I.2711 eabla Ml 2 4702 _l/Utf furnisli.d 100 )131 tract with. city water reedy
day July 7. "'M for the following plea Paid training program and .I..ne lot All, this for only I |l.100 for development:: evailable' inNaplea
the law requires that the party ...d.oolft burnished .000 Ac
piece of equipment nancial; aaaialance available pictures at 1210 IIlh It. N VIVIAN 000 REALTOR today 13 per
not that the your apt No psIe 0' chIdron. MI Analleble .t onus I ..d,,,,. I
be registered person Ono (1) new 1 ton heavy duty For information dII this valuiae 4/511 124 tIN Ava So Ml I 4741
S nil 0' loti 2 5550 ....h.. hour Leb Pink Icilsel 431 0 tOO '1. Tamlaml' Trailoppoaita
who performs the registration truck cab. a chaaala with the followIng eble ',.ne", contact Don Ab home. George Associelin,
MINIMUM apeelflcatlona: t32wRe.lbuso. n.lhy. Teoe.a Ine P 0.Us. 'un.h.d 1 .b.droom oponl' till unfurnlahad Dan Burglund Zalphi Hayra The Meoringa Only
be a member of the party, : t cyl 2M cu In. engine It... Ft My'.. Phase EOI ,. Il.t.hMT' room, kitchen 1/1.1.aMOORINGS flSO) par Fr, Ft
The government made It clear 4 speed tranamlaalon t speed rear 4121 Couper, MI 2-3622 ; : lal I 2/71,tlStbtl VINCE CONBOY UO Ft
10 Aa East Napla
.. 500e20 tube ty front P duel .- III SprmiUno' Oror .
that It felt the party's use of ./71.51I Shore A pit. Ill Ith Av. P.ibeay from Coconut drove tub
noer tires. 5000 lb. front enle. 11000lb. INC. I bedreom, SN bath. .
the Fifth Amendment was a repro.I.. 5000 lb front .pnin., TEXACO I I do 5.nene I houee nopeirs. YEAR ROUND LIVING PIt, MI '..7U pool. screened p.t'o.' 1..II.nt divlaion, .City water 12.000
11500 Ib. rear aprlnga, factory Inelellod For lease high potential I Bay Cabinet, work painting and Modern. on. .bedroom and .,. commItment, 'Yeur per acre
sham. It said the party through boater Went Coast mlrrora turn Station now In operation in maaonry tied. furniehad TV I Bedroom furnished houeaRaaaonable :.c.Wf: : em.Il., house vacant Trail
its wide open propaganda pro. Indicator vacuum hydraulic ....k... ".pl... Paid Training Program Call Ml. :'VUio"o"u free 0511.mstp. : ficiency Apta to right P.rtlilO Ml land conlld.,... aa dawn 4(1) ZOO Ft .Tamieml to
Color off.wht. Blddera to show hit 1121. cable In. Monthly or year ,I' paytnant on this fins raodancaCharlaa !..1 Naplea Adjacent
and financial aiaielanco available It/73
round Ml 1445J. Kelly "'. end Myakka Gas C SIlO par
price I... dlacount to County. less Co., Realtor. Tha Hoh .
Federal excite tax and net price to For information contactDon Vac Ava... -_ /itf VERY ROOMY 4 .".. I Bath dIN Ava S, Ml 1 ''',. ',. I.
PUBLIC NOTICI County No trade.In la Involved The Abernathy Teiace Inc., 38-Autos For Sale Furnished one bd,,,,. opt near unturnlahad home on larga lot :N.IIO\
Board raaervea the right to reject) P O. lee IIM. Ft My era.Phone beach ISS per round. In Pine R,dge. Enjoy: / elbowroom 12 Aa on proposed Ft Louder:
any and all bide ED 1 un. 4/7 If'Homo Suitable t I I Uli.'l..r.' in this, beauty |lust ,.. 1_ out 0' II 0' our ,.t.......... dele Ra, one mile from StRd
NOTICE: OF PUBLIC HEARING BOARD OP Jesp, .I oh. Cr. Very ood con.dIion. I/lUt decorated and available at only homai aold on Michg.n Ava No IM With send Rd.
Informed th.t o and bueineae1o7 7aTe. 5350. Ml I 14111. See at William, B. : : accaaa. |MI. per A.
Tho public ore COUNTY COMMISSIONERS JO/mo Contact Only I ramalnlne at 111,470 In
Bualneaa In for of .home ,Inaeperate 774 Anderson Drive "/21 3t Houss end .pll. .1 eummor
will be held theCourthouae Tenth St No
public I hearing at Collier Florida --- ," / Inc, 40 eluding' landacapad lot acraanad -
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/tl '
Count\e building Sacrifice for ..tn. MI 0.3611. rn.h I Ac lust off Ft LaudardaloRd
Eaat Napiaa. Fla,, ot Mon Clerk II Pont R4H: A/C 1300: Can 510.11KARLYRENTAL porch air condo Los Shell
11.00 A M. Tuaaday July 7. ItU By A. W Beatty. caah or 'large. 7i'ar"l meat. be aeon at Jacb's City Service. TENANTS WANTED homes ".10'. buying any ratiro. 113000 Grab a bargain
for the purpoie of heorlng Say corn.p15mb Deputy See 1737 A 7 C '.. II Oth St No. Phone Ml I.2177. Oni bd,,,,. furnished ipt Ird miss homai CARIBBEAN bualneaa

or reaaona why the followingehould .I/H CI.II"D.. 117 Items _____!ilLi 2Stf Ave South CM Tommy Kiho. UNFURNISHED lid,,,,. INbuIlt REALTY I7SO N. Trail MIa Smoke and C sus.reelau properly rant Heapit'

not bo r.zonod aa daacribed EVERYBODY LIKES A WINNER Ml I J65J or 1113. reaidenca Hot per mo. 1111. 4/1.tha,tl allied owner says aelll r
hI.n. 12-Help Wanted HERE ARE 1 FOR YOU i/17,WFStf J W. OYCMES t
000
A certain tract In Townehip 51. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINQ TO CHOOSE FROM: lovely conditioned' ..lfle..n.clo SItS Ird It 40Ml OWNER f RANSFERRaoOflorlng to I. .Torhon,; o':. 1y1u...'
South, Range 21 Eaat Marco la The publlo are Informed that apublic ...Ip wanted Man 0' wOlTlen 162 Falcon' 4 dr. Deluxe StoWgn 1141 for sIlo o duo, 4 spa beat velue .In *
the
N. Naplea Suitable I dull aolutaly
land, to be raionad from Agriculture' hearing will be held at the to serve p.biic. 81.000 to ., I ( "IsHouse. does I IR t bath watarfronthomo all
to varloua Commercial 1 and Renden tourthouse. Eoqt Napiaa, Fla, at 110..000 possible.: lnl.r.sliog A :J'6DR&.1c CAR Mo veerly MI t 7171 I to Ior at DM Jewel Bo. A.,.. buaineie' properly In
: .
Se tie) clataiflcationa: In conformancawith II: II AM. Tuaaday. July 7. 1H4 work No age limit: I daya a PRICED' RIGHT Mt tlin /7.MfTradewlnd completlunsis15ed 1blocb I in Oyttar Say L.,.. 10 o 130 Ne pIes.I
o toning plat on file, In the for the purpose of h.amnhiniOrn- week yearly baala Honest hardworking lltl *7' Mitchell, Boat M HP Apartment from "..e". Cell Mid. lot with ...w.lI. E sIns .05.,. bedroom. t bath Vanderbilt,
office of the County Engineer and plemte or reaaona why the following end car la what you engine Boot trailer Included Lovely 1 bedrm Furn way 240)153llsHng.t. 1'.1f front lots 20xM ..01. the atraat witarfront home Reedy
Apt Beach
tha Clerk of the Circuit Court ahould not bo ro lonad aa do need for this poaltlon Plaaaodo I Summer la here 19501H1 beach I, ehoppins' : Yearly from houaa II,SOO B T.U. Ro. in 11*,SOO.
noir to move
.Thole Persons Intaroatad may aeeaaid scnlbed' herein' : not apply If you do not want- International t cyl. long 2 3040 ./UtI v.,.. cycla A.C.
1 pint between the hours of SAM Old Marco Village. Marco laland. work, Contact Robert' or "monthly Wanted This la .I' .boing
..
wheel b. cab and chaeeie ell
and I PM any weekday prior Lota I thru t. Block I from Agrl.culture .. .. lotto. eelee manager N.. Suit for farm truck 'IUO 00. Ibedroom completely fun,. aptTV ottesad it ulr..: Slats ,:.. los Offer will b* cenaidared Naplet on labooming'
to tha hearing Ownar ot aaid tract to C.I Commereiol; : Lota pus Memorial Gardana, Von.derbilt BUY IT RIGHT cable. conditioned 4 or bank valuation at III.MO. Shone propertiea by
p la Marco blond Development Corp: 741. Block I. from Agriculture to D,. III Ave No between LUFF' QMC. block I from b..ch I block from STOP Shown by appointment. Y oucon. profit todey
SOARD- OF -. "., Reeidantlel, : Lots 0 thru 17. ,5:10: and 12:00 MI 22212 .i.. bIb it N. INJumt. flTAva. S. Ml 1 foil 1/11.1'. '( have aultablo. tenante for your DICK. MILL aaaing 0 'H LUFF Ilieee" .pro 421 rSiOO SIN SI No:
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Block I. from Agriculture to R I. .Th S 10140Autos II0 1 L.Jroom Iurnish.UiyL. home and other deelreblo. rent Hag "..1 Ealata .,.b, Ml 1277I 1/:1 4l
Collier County. Florida Lots 31 4 30 Block I from Agrl.culture 1. 13-Help Want. Female Kllchon living room. walk Inclollt. ale. LOst them with ual Offico ot the Hilhouao Co
(SEAL to R 2, Lot I. Block I. from .. No child,." or pott Ml 174 Ith A.,.. S Ml 24741 114114103 DELUXE ACHSAGLApproximately
Margaret T Scott, Clark Agriculture to RZ: Lots 2 thru IS Reliable Repairs Parts HOI2. /IUI VIVIAN OGG REALTOR 1/II.3t IM acraa near
C R. W R.I. Lota whit. woman for childcare Gale. $40000en
to Golden
y Beatty sub 2 from Agr and house work Sdayweek Three bedroom home floss to cily of
Deputy Clerk 17. II 4 I*, Block {. from Agr :.. ASSOCIATES acre Ml HIM.
.. I'" #17S from Agrto year round Cell. 49-Houses For Rent 1.1..... Mayro shopping. churchee achool Sew
:. 'I 21, to R Rl 2; Lot Lets'0.I Block thru I 10. Block I, MI 1.:34M Q/20 MEnperlenced LOOK HEREI I Dan Burglund or. conditioned. acraened IIUI.UZl____ _

Agr. to C.I, Lot II, Block w.It,....* at ... lanaI back yard Cyclone fence 4 0.crenen paved road. city
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE OF 3 from from Agr to R I Lota I thru ran!'a Reateurant Sao Helen where to FURNISHED YEARLY ;4-Tr.de or Sell .nelo..... Paymanta only t/l iM. water. electric. t.l.phon.10
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Wondering go par mo. 'Including laces end inauronco
from to R t. Lota honl. --l.1' per
13 Block 4, Agr RENTALS "M'ARLOW'E
FLORIDA IN AND FOR COLI.tIRCOUNTY. 4 BECK
I 14 Block 4, from Agr toR Wartrete wonted for anack bar With cer problems ? In Like Park
h'II'\ your Will trade equity John R Wood 4 Attoclataa 413 tin Ave. South MI' 171)
IN CHANCERY. .I: In Slacks S 4 S, end lounge Muat bo 21 yra Ml I .bedroom I baIls hou.. house for land In City or Coon 130 llh Ave S Ml 113M 1/10,11.
CHANCERY NO 14 .from A"r. to DR-A', I.MS!. t/-tf. Factory Flmeh Paint Jobs $90 00 per month tyCallMJl47ll. '/'.tf I/U..1f

EUGENE F. COMMISSIONERSCollier Colored girl to baby. ait ando Wreckt FobuiltTasepe I Two bd,,,,. '
FRECH.Plaintiff COUNTY weekPhono nf'.L': ; house FOR SALE:
County. Florida eleenlng I days a J. W. DYCIIES pricedat OR RENT One block from -Income Property
v.. SEAl) Ml 1M3I before I encIt Front end alignment 511.100. Mortgage payment school 3132 Franc! Av* 1100
FINANCE MINNIE MASSY COMPANY and and UNION ( Margaret T Scott Clark r 5. 5/25 If Motor OverheulTranamiaaion 114. 3rd II. '. WI umIIlI 157 per mo Want city. lot ::1'21 f:' OQ per "' 0. Ml I i 30i)7Three INCOMF PROPERTY
By R. W Beatty SECRETARY wanted for ahort CARIBBEAN REALTY, I'M N. ,
ELIZABETH A RODGERS and Clerk hand typing and bookkeeping' rebuilt Why .buy '"* pnuporly.ldao .
Deputy Troll Ml I 111! AvaNo .dI :
bdrm I balls, lot
RICHARD C. RODGERS.DefandantaNOTICE Juno 21 & 25. 1M4 #177 Permanent poaition, O H. LuffReglatared Labricotles5e.hee Small hou.. I bedroom I. I/2S, that Good I.,,,,.. MI 1344eventnga 3 h ousasen All S I loss lunn.shuda City
Real 4 TV cable
Estate Brokar block from baach SOS 00 monthly I/U.1t water
TO APPEARTO 421 *th St No Ml 11270 Until D.c. I Ml 2 ..07121 If SILL rented Never again wilt youa.labangaii
: ELIZABETH A RODGERS PUBLIC NOTICI 0/20 It14Help Petieh Wi.Dsot't TRADE OR like thill Mual
RICHARD C. RODGERS The Public are Informed that the took any further Tampa A'... 70 large wooood Sale be cath dill Domettie trouble.
Raaidanca, unknown undersigned proposes to ,..later tho Custom built I b.doo" I bath lots overlooking Tampa Bay 58-Lots For H W Welkin.. Sill PinolendSt
You are hereby notified" that o following ficiitloua name under the Wanted Male Sot houia on well I lendacaped larga Will, trade for property In Col. Nepln loti' Still t/21
suit haa b..n Mad In the Circuit pertinent Florida Statute: Chevrolet Inc. lot Nice, neighborhood Tarrai. tier or Lee CO. Collier Counly "..'tI.n".1 Lot Lake Park ,
Court of the Twelfth Judicial Clrcuit JAYS OUTBOARD Ingram 10 floors. ralrifarator and Raal Eatata Ml '.''''. Open N oars.heel I sod 515,55 52,111MARLOWE
of Florida. In sad for Collier The type of bualneaa to be engaged Truck driver wanted for roul.wolI. 130 tin St. N. Mil fiat ttova Reverse c tie air condltionlng Sundaya I/t.- 4 51Cc. 4l3 SIN 62-Butinen PropertyTrail
County, In which you have been In la outboard, motor aalea I aervice ... delivery and watar Ml i 4753 or 135M Ave South Ml 11221.
t made andante. atvlad EUGENF and repair bualneaa end other ,.. conditioning' work Contact My. Noel.**. Flu. /21 .t I/I StasIS front
F. FRECH' Plaintiff, .... MINNIE latad Incidental endeavora, to be located Obbo I.. '. Gus Mt ""'. 57-Hows For Sal Frontage 170 and t MeCO .
GORDON DRIVE foot Belwaan Napiaa
"UH
MASSEY .at ol.. defandanta. the ot Goodland Florida The ,
being the fore th. bualneaa la to .bo Large 100' a IU' let auoo Island Turnoft Collier Co
relief therein aought : ownership of White or colored general kltch FOR SALE
Closure of a certain mortgage recorded veatod In JAY A..OTT-IOO... en help Apply between 10:30 MERCEDES PORCHE VOLKSWAGEN completely fur. Reel Ealate Ml '.ltlt. Open
... Lovely cottage UNUSUAL lirge 10' 0 U" lot Sundaya "'wa
In Official Records Book /., Jay Abbott. em. 1:30 pm. 41pm. to SCeletenia. 000. Located
Page 149 Public Racorda of Collier Smith Carroll Vega Brown p m. Lamplighter niahed for only U. I" Coquina Sands. Kelly ".. S usis.s, 5 Frontigs.Ow .
County, Florida You ore hereby required 4 NicholsBelch ,,, on a high lot nicely londecapedf .nonssayso II, Sea thia, prop.
to file with, the Clerk of Building Naplea. Fla.Attorneya Dependable and .eyerleecedtrack M' H 110 lot In, Rdga' Lakaa only and arab banoin tod.y"Ifll. .
lId Court your written defanaea for Regiatrant'" driver Other work ,.. bed rooma and I .bathe. nice. Ads It 000, good I.,,,,.. LUFF, UI N. 5th
if ony you have either personally Juno 2a. July. I. 13. 11 No 1SS '''C\IOM\ For eo.1 I Inter. kltchan large living room, VIVIAN COO REALTOR .
or b attorney .. in aaid proceadmga --, view 22441 ar 2327e21 swimming pool end patio 124 IIh Ava. Sa Ml I 474*
on or before July 23 I.... and M PALMER HARRIS screened In ...uli'ut landacap- AaaociataaDan .
thereafter to servo o copy on plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ed lot near the .beach for only Burglund {alpha Hayro 65-Gen. Real Estate
.a ceunaal; James R. Adama.P : TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Available Collier County ,.1.. Rep.OVSReSAB .. 121,UO. Let wa ahow this to you 1/7.frl.ar
O Bon 411 Noplea. Florida AND FOR COLLIER' COUNTY 16-Help
today ORT .
ROYAL 1.5131 Oil 113 lth St. No. Newer 2
Herein fail not upon" pain of havIng FLORIDAIN MOTORB' INC.
o decree pro confeaao entered CHANCERY I bedrooms. Ill .bathe large II.,. loan Onus Far lab' .' TetsueWte bedroom, I both oifre foltefInUnllly

....n.t HO_ Tetorlag Is Inc room. nice' kitchen with O J Harbari 2170 Pent. 'org. Florldo room,
tl'.b'.n' .
:: Road Darien Conn
Wtne, .."my hand and the Seal, of (VIE NORMA OSTEEN Eel. Cull MI I In aopliancaa. lorie -
lId, Court ot Lost Naplea Florida.IC PlaintiffCLARENCE built ,..11 .,.,..., cerpert Near
acreened ."." .kln ; the
porch
,. lllh day of June IM4 v.. Lode fork 5cC..). $11,600.
cantar and 39
MARGARET T. SCOTT RUPERT OITEEN. 23-Misc. For Sale HOME lake: near ahopping -Acreage
OFFICE
beech. nice lendecaoed lot. all
Clerk 11'1 ICE MAGILL OF D..nd.ntNOTICI SUIT Ml" S..... Ml S.SOS* thio for only lit.MO. DISTREStll Ownar naadamonayl iSl 13th A.,.. Se. 311.",_,

.'" TO, CLARENCE RUPERT OITEENRt Boot, Motor and Trailer327f II .c,.. |MO fatal 2 'h& .'ee porch, forego.Heel .
JAMES f.AJ: #1. Bo* 111 Jeep Sabel, Ct. So 1/21 3t To eee any of the ekeve aall ,..... Colliar County Raal Ea Air. J 19.100. Cook
P. o. ... die Alta Lama. T.... VIVIAN 000 REALTOR 074 ISIS Ml 13111 Open SundayalMil SvOO. Dawn $125.. month
Napiaa. FloridaAttornoy VIII.'. hereby notified that a 'thI.,.. So Phono Ml 14741Aaaocialaa per
for Plaintiff Complaint for Divorce Cbs boon filed with lea end Ine. FHA.
June 21 ,I. July I. 12 1H4 #IS guiseS ". end you en. rebInd Dan 'u"lund Z.lpho Heyn. For Irailar or. hornesilo ovar
f I
: I mauls M aero
: aero ocra -
serve copy .0 your Atseos, ertle.ding "'VA'I SALE Iracla with' alactricity androada 1672 Jewel Boa A.... W...*

NOTICE The blie OF are PUBLIC informed HEARING that o tt.itslIfo to Attomeya th. ComplaInt the Law so Firm tile Who Can Dolt? NO BROKERS Othar .big .c,.... tracta front, ...wall, control hoot &

public fearing: II'bo held at 10: 30 or SMITH CARROLL VEGA Owner moil aell three .bedroom.. 110 dn 170 tr.I': end tri .1 Ir. 2 eeeroeme, 2 barha.
tIll I bull homo in THE MOORINGS Colliar C .
'
A M. Tuaaday July t. BROWN 4 NICHOLS SoloS SuiteIng 50. Mjv.ln .
.,. .. $19
Courthouaa In gout Naplea Florida ".pl... Florida and file tile Central heat and air. 13M* Open Sundays. pench. ,
for the purpoaa of hearing any com. original thereof In tho office. of tho cond,tioning Carpeting throughout '/ ntual toll.
some.Ions why the Capri Clerk of the Circuit Court of Collier sCulpt I .badrooma Com "H aero rtacta. |I-N--dn and
Water Worka Inc. ehould not bo : County at Lest Napleo. Florida piete, 'fc.n: including' apoaal It 00 par mo no mtaraal |1M tail Mandarin. Rd.. 3 bedroom .
granted an addendum to their erg- : on or "before the 14th. day. ofJuly. : These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. and diehwather Nice screened Ono mile from Ooldan Gals 2 1I..hl. control' healS
inal water franchiae to Include the IN4 if you fall to do aa rcIl' aced driveway. sodded Real ,
Collie Ea
following described property aa hare. Decree Pro Conieeeo will .bo taken laws P'hsne Ml 34104 cIte, City County air.perch, Cerpert.Aeevme
.
In daacnbad: .,.,nIt you for the relief demandedIn 0 PM __ _'_/21_If tata Ml Illtl Open SundaylIXfwtha mortgage. No cloalng coal a.

In All the of amended thou propertiea plat of Collier thatare DONE the Complaint AND ORDERED at EaetNaplea. They ore EQUIPPEDEXPKIENCED end READY to serve you I I 3 IIodoo" non 4,51cm "u,1I rffP JcrTa .iT'Tmmokalao RilItMO JI.SOO. Down. $11.400. MovIng
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City Plat. Book I. page II. bhcRacod. Collier County, Florida. thia I hone N.., t. bouth and eaui Your c""" for a Muse Soil.
of Collier County In. I the SIlls dav ni June AD. 144MAROARtf Cathofic Church Whet heve Ir.maIn invoatmont CARIBBEAN
eludes main line closeS between T. SCOTT tows in out' Wn.le Cot arCounly good REALTY! OISON. Trail I Midway US eth St. No. 3 bedroom
lain of Capri and north tip, ot Clerk of the Circuit Court APPLIANCE REPAIRSWALT ROOFING SEAWALLS Rums. See 1737 A14BEACHFRONT 1111. 4/21.tha.tf.FIVE ,
Marco lalandCOUNTY0. Collier Count Florida / 'l'UOt 1 both, fireplace, corpoH
Bya/ IN El MAGI LL. I good Invotfmont. SUt50.
:COMMISSIONERSCollier Deputy County Florida IMITH, CARROLL, VEGA RUSE APPLIANCES: Au WAY SPRAY CO -...,., WALLS ; N 100 of while aand baachbdrm IN ON ROAD SURVEYED
hEAL) mOWN 4 NICHOLS COMPLETE APPLIANCE Painting w.lC interlock for SEA ? 2 bath geraga. CBS IMOe DOWN ie A ISO Urn Avo. So. A..I.....

Idur..'- T tee* cIte II, Belch Building' URVICI I;eveleeet our ape*.ally CONCRETE WOOD ROCK with acraened n pool and patio.. MONTH : gwJJe: AND 2 hll....... 2 both, central
... .. FlorMeAttorneya (21 Ills St S. FREE ESTiUATII Liaeneo Juat reduced to 111.IM unfurniahad 4S1 ITH
By Deputy R. W Clerk Bootty for Plaintiff Ml 'ZlIIANSWERING 4 loevred Art ......If....'.. Midway Foundation Piles This la a wonderful buy Avi.BECK SO REALTORS Ml 11221.. ./,*.atf hoot k eli ,.,..., weterfront.
I 14' 14M4T4eofa ,. ,item. May w.rllnl'RrtT Sll.SiO.1
June tl, 2S. 1H4 _._tll_ June 21. IS. July S. 1M4 #I7I in a acer today -
Docks-Mooring Whip
:: PM N ACHE: TRACT
NOTICE 0' HEARING FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL 'UOOTto. SERVICETeiepnone 'eprered with aicluaiva IAOEN Autamata ABBOTTRadio Trail MI' PI'S ./Ut... If JJO MO Only KM off Btato 971 lllh S,. No.. 3 bed'.....

Cudgel U narIngu I'o thl Fiscal Year October I. 5104. 't'tN.p' eRlTE.WI4ITI.: Seeutifea pro' Rd MM full pnao 2 botha lorgo porch, gorogo,
... .' O. 1145. : held by tki Naples Mouquile Centret tacta. and aeaia an reefs eue.t.mot.o ,abed weterfront hoot 1: oir. J17,500. $800.
... 44A.rport fur
Off. :
otane.ea Completely
'Io"d.. U tile District .....,... VIVIAN 000 REALTOR
'., Collier County. a aerv.ca Ml 1 Mil NAPLES
Road. .t '.DO PCI., E '.T.. Mond.y. July .. I.... .... email af".ae with a.g* ROOF CLEANING 4 PAINT Radio Road COI"....,.home. cycle Accaaa air conditioning to gulf 124 Ith Ava Co Ml 14741 Down SI IS. month with to*

CPMO and receptionMl eervieeColl I NO co. 1/20 lOt { W4> 1 431) t 4471RIPRAP Organ. ,.,,'gereler. freeiarbuilt A.I.t" a I.... FHA. No cloalngcoat*.

LOCAL STATE STATE Mill in range .*d oven waaher Z.lpSuN.r
TOTAL Des 'u'llund
II IIII. and dryer \eeoail, with IV In : I 1270 1 hh St. No.. 3 bedroom
SERVICE STATIONSALL SEAWALLS "o.d ZlZI Gu"'III'" DrIve.Mt ACREAGEM 2 both. $1 I. SOO. Down. Move'

."" ___- .- 5 ILiad I U IW '17.12. RADIATOR REPAIRS I 5471 /U to aerta-Cio.a ,In on rJlahf In. No epollfylng.
U.III 311'10 1'.1Ot Rd 141.He :
Solvents Rally {
Ch.micol 4 and ROCK :
Pests Lbnre.sls R.,.". 14.U' 7.'" .Ul CREDIT CARDS GROINS CBS home. f .bedroom. t bath 40 acraa-Naar hg' CypraaaOalf $107 otonthwlth toiond Int.
Supplies MalaialS __ I.tOO tot Zot Cmotoie Mawalla aa* Local S. Tn Fewe ___ 7.'" 1.711 Ace Radiator Repairs Ml 2 7:5 1/71 4 7/t 40 acraa-Naar propaaadLoudardala Lei 2S Block 9 RoyolHorbor
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4541 t5ConinocS Honored At lara cad .In. loll. Rd. .
14 001I
'losunenc. __.._ __ ./ |
Work uaLoon. 30l00ident.Ie Get tonka. repaired i welding .bedroom. I baIls ..,_IUN.IT overlooking. boy, .......11.
_. :_-: -== ua Steam cleaning JIM'S SUNOCO MARATHONDRCDC1NG Custom buIlt STATES ".1Ot Coat SI.SOO. tocrifice S6.9SO.
a I"' ..... ____ 101 155Equipment e Me. owh ot 4 delivery :::'z.:: : ',::::::zectr.::'. APPOINTMENT PLtAlESao
____ n.l6I 1.111 tate Blvd, MI 247H CO e V
DOVM ,,, .,
Sell levi Lifetime Mufflers I. Rws. ,. :, .tor cisCsIeve. SoutH and Model Lot 14 17th A.... So. Aquelen.
ort.so.tscy 'I.t.rn ... tytle ale con.ditening. Napiaa
'ie.3t2 Sit.ice .v.
:TOTAL _-=.Si)2.H2. Naples FU. De.dge, D'a.llnaano N. clss.ng tesf MI Homoa en d'.y. I ., wotorlront, cesSST,500.

I II .n RUBBER STAMPS Doilor Work. 3 U. .r I n.e '/U .. AtaotlotooLucillo sacrIfice 6250.
Loc.1 Taos
o-.h... -' sO Nuotee I relu0110dl U:: AIe_ Ha1 M' 2.4323YACHT Otta Virgil Marcumok
nequiSSsC) Throe bedroom. homo. Cloao to
Collier County aetREsUOb ahopping. ciwrc he. achoolSewer JaagarDEWEY Lot 33, Bony on Blvd. High

State I 11.1Ot CALL THE NEWS FOB BROKERAGE air candit. ,oned. eeroendlanai. POLLY 'lot overlooking Cult. South
It.t. II JU'y : beck y RUBBER STAMPSCcrtmercal Complete' Maple LtelmgeFine Parmanta only '/110 REALTY
Od., of tIle Srd. If ReSIn Moeqilde CreI Csmofleueeserw, Inboard' Seats From 'f' per M... .Including 50005 and CONBOY

ollo.r County F.o4.. PrhfltlngThats Bob Martin Ml '.'717 I..nc. of lot A.... Ue. A
J..... ": woo&! a A.I. .. Conor
Scud Smith Chrto-Craft Sol.
I I. "ASHIA" Clsearps.e Tops ale SIC Av.. I. MI 'UM Tamlaml TroUMl 515 SoN Ave. PnpbeiyPIP.
$101 1/10 If "'M. Ml I 5741
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday JUM. 21, 19(4
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'' n Fifty Years Since Death Of I




f Archduke Started World WarEDITOR'S I


NOTE-FIfty years I bounced off the folded back top
aar. ago Sunday a fanatic Serbian of the archduke's car and ex.
MARKtTO youth assassinated the Austrian i ploded In the street, wounding
- Archduke Franz Ferdinand and several bystanders and two of
SWIFT'S PREMIUM his wife and Europe soon was t the archduke's aides In the next
j plunged Into World War I. Here i iIs automobile.
PRO tEN GOVT. EXPECTED: a reconstruction of the fate. The archduke's wife was
WESTERN BEEF t "' N' ful event In Sarajevo, and a i scratched on the face by a
HEAVY look at the little town today splinter.At .

the reception, the arch
By CARL HARTMAN duke had decided to cancel the
SARAJEVO, Yugoslavia CAP) drive through the main streets
-A crown prince with some and visit one of the wounded
BONELESS startling political Ideas_ fev. aides in the hospital. But no.
erich boy fanatic, manipulated body told the chauffeurs.The .
from the shadows by a myster cars started back along
ious spymaster-ehots from a the river. When they reachedthe
I
ROUND little automatic. street called Franz Josef
Did they start World War I? GUst, the driver of the lead
Or would It have come any. car started to turn In towardthe
how, whether the Archduke center of the town.
i Franz Ferdinand was murdered "Not that way, you fool-
j on that sunny Sunday morning straight: ahead!" shouted a gen.
I STEAK SO years ago i eral riding with the archduke.
Historians argue the point. The order brought the little
Some say the rivalries of thereat column to a halt Just In front
e ( powers made the conflict of Moritz Schiller's fancy gro.
inevitable. Others contend that eery store, whore Prlnclp was
European statesmen had been stationed He stepped to the
I, handling Incidents like this for curb and fired at a range of
S" 40 jean without a major war, less than 10 feet, killing
n C y4k and given a little less stupiditythey both the archduke and his wife.It .
lb.j might have handled this seems ancient history now,
one too. even In Sarajevo, where the
Some of its mysteries still are quay along the Mlljacka looks
unsolved. much as It looked half a century
W Start with Col. Dragutln Dim. ago.
Itrjevlc, chief of both the Ser. The old City Hall serves as s
blan military Intelligence and library with an exhibit on the
j the conspiratorial "Black ground floor
'; glorifying Yugo.
I }
Hand." His cover name was i Slav President Tito's strug.
i "Apis"-.the bee--and a busier glee in World War II.Schiller' .
.I intriguer was not ever creat. grocery has been
PRICES EFFECTIVE ed.He I turned into a museum which
MON. AND TUES. wanted to eliminate Franz ,subordinates Prlnclp to the ac.
Swift's Premium Cooked or Baked Ferdinand, heir to the 84 year
JUNE 29, 30, 1964 tlvlty| of an organization called
old Emperor Franz Josef of'AustriaHungary. '"Young Bosnia." The official
I feeling Is that emphasis on
: Sliced Ham Why? That's one of the mys. ;Prlnclp and Apia tends to sad.
s i- -* cfciiri; specials 0 terles. Apis said later It was be. i die the guilt for World War I
t.: cause Franz Ferdinand was i on the founders of Yugoslavia,
PILLSBURY head of the war party In Aus. and to give too much Impor.
6 oz. 59. tria.Hungary, and killing him I lance to the Serbs at the ex.
was a way of forestalling an at. i pense of other national groupsin
SWEET BUTTERMILK pkg. Cr'hChese; .
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nation and now part of Prim ip's fame has faded in
: Yugoslavia I the publicity given to his nephew .
Thf4u1 : This makes little sense. Franz ; Slobodan Prlnclp, a
2 3 01 25 Ferdinand's murder was used guerrilla who died righting the
pkgt.UMiT4 by the Austrians as the excuse Germans In World War II. in
for an attack on Serbia, and Belgrade, a school has been
there were many more eager named for Slobodan. There Is
for war then he had been.A no similar attempt to keep Cav.
'row foods better guess Franz Ferdl. rilo's memory green
; nand had some Idea. of giving But In Sarajevo, there still
.1 :: his own Serb subjects more self. are people who remember the
Chef's Delicious rule. That might have 'poled off day vividly.
their enthusiasm for breaking One who remembers Is a I
Frozen Waffles loose from Austrta-Hungary and tall, ruddy-cheeked history
Joining Serbia, an enthusiasm teacher of 68, now retired Vo.
Apes was most eager to keep Joslav Boglcevlr has becomethe .
f PER CUSTOMER WITH boa=,19ip1i warm. Ity's most devoted distort
pk,. Nor would It have pleased an of the conspirators, several
Cavrllo Prlnclp a frail but''of whom were schoolmates.\
Stouffer TurkeyTetrazzini fiery. Serb 6f 19 from Austria. He was standing next to one
{: Hungary's province of Serbia. <-Cvljetko Po|>ovlc when Cab.
-1 I Apis supplied him and hie.fel. rlnovlc threw his grenade near.
low conspirators. with auto.matica 1 I by, and he was on the slat
and grenades, got them within a few minutes when
r / some target practice and had Prlnclp fired the fatal shots.
I 2 ". 691/ them smuggled across the bor. Boglcevlr. won't say now
pkg. der from Serbia bark to Bosnia whether he was in on the plot
and Its capital, Sarajevo. himself, but he does admitl "If
d Prlnrlp was a sensitive, Ideal. they had offered me s gun, It
CUSTOMER WITH *
,LlMIT2 PER, !slit young man. He had a would have been hard to re.
tKOirweRtoioO IJ PURCtf SES OF $3:00: OR MORI small black moustache, some fuse"
PomptianOlive talent as a poet, fair aim with Popovlf Is still alive, head of
J" Green 4 N.eiq. an automatic and an advanced the ethnographic section of the
I M.a ale a.w w/.wdw.1. I i Oilffotuit i I . . I << case of tuberculosis He and his Bosnian National Museum in
NESTEA INSTANT TEA friends felt that In murdering Sarajevo, but he refused to talk
3 01:. for $1.29 PJ Franz Ferdinand they were to strangers. So does another of
striking a blow for freedom. the conspirators named Vaso
..
(II.N. Tuna June at. IN4) Imic
produce "Aside from their compulsionto Cubrllovlc who-like Ponovlc-
L jxJC.J'ICQ' '.aJU.91 commit treason and murder" failed to throw his grenade. He
says an American historian, became a professor of history,
Swift's PremiumCorned Tender Yellow Florida "they were really good and and served for a time as a
OIDeWAAmsoJw I kindly fellows." member of President Tito's
Beef 'L01; "' 39 Their plan was simple FranzFerdinand Cabinet
. 0 Sweet Corn '
; Green 0 his wife and a small
entourage In Sarajevo for a
In.1...(MM*. tykes Conned civic funr'lIon.re driving insiz
Black Flag House & ,4ta' 154 open rars along the Mil-
reg. Site stampJ Vienna Sausage 00' 10 ears 59cr Jacks River, which flows

(f...... Tuna Babies through the city.
For After a retention at City Hall
1CXJXLQaXXJ9!' Meats 3 79 the cars were to drive back
Swift's 0 size along the river and through the
f' main streets. The half dozen
OWEPXRTBREAM5J5 < Kraft's With Cheese conspirators stationed them.
"' selves at likely points along the a
4
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<=> the procession passed near
.llk .l. MMnIU** ,
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LIQUID TREND DETERGENT printer named Nedjelko Cabrln. jq r

22 01:. silo 49c Spaghetti ft; 49' ovlc threw a grenade It gy
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swig. s
Three bathing beauties all BIRLING POINT-Don
0 with Jacobs makes the sport of
tops-posed with Nogg. '
rolling even more dlf'licuft
Club officials admitted It was I
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Fifty Years Since Death Of "
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POIFIIe ,f< ,M'I: :j
Archduke Started World War


EDITOR'S: NOTE-Fifty years 1 bounced off the folded back top
ago Sunday a fanatic Serbian youth sssatslnated the Austrian |ploded In the street, wounding
Archduke Franz Ferdinand and I several bystanders and two of
SWIFT'S PREMIUM his wife and Europe soon was I the archduke's aides in the next <
plunged Into World War I. Here i automobile.The .
r PROUN GOVT. ,ibPECUD Is a reconstruction of the fate. archduke's wife was
ful event In Sarajevo and a i scratched on the face by a
HEAVY: WESTERN BEEF 1M4 look at the little town today i splinter.At .

the reception, the arch.
Y. By CARL HARTMAN duke had decided to cancel the
SARAJEVO Yugoslavia CAP)i drive through the main streets
-A crown prince with some 1 and visit one of the wounded
BONELESS j itartllng political Ideas-a (ev.' aides In the hospital. But no.
erlsh boy fanatic, manipulated I body told the chauffeurs.The .
1 t fy from the shadows by a myster. cars started back along
J lous spymaster-hots from a the river. When they reachedthe
ROUND S 3 ; little automatic.Did street called Franz Josef
w t they start World War I? Casse, the driver of the lead
Or would It have come any. car started to turn In toward
how, whether the Archduke the center of the town.
Franz Ferdinand was murdered "Not that way, you fool-
1 on that sunny Sunday morning straight; ahladl"! shouted a gen.
STEAK \ :50 years ago ,eral riding with the archduke.

J< + Historians argue the point. The order brought the little
3 s' t wsk Some say the rivalries of the column to a halt just In front
a r great powers made the conflict of Moritz Schiller's fancy gro-
Inevitable. Others contend that eery store, where Prlnclp was
European statesmen had been i stationed. He stepped to the
handling Incidents like this for curb and fired at a range of
t 40 years without a major war, less than 10 feet, killing
and given a little\ less stupidity both the archduke and his wife
lb. they might have handled this i It seems ancient history now,
I/TC one too. even In Sarajevo, where the
Some of its mysteries still are i quay along the Mil Jacka looks
unsolved. mush as It looked half a rentury
Start with Col. Dragutln Dim. ago.
Itrjevlo, chief of both the Ser. The old City Hall serves as a
blan military intelligence and I library with an exhibit on the
the conspiratorial 'BlackHand' ground floor
glorifying Yugo.
: -I------ a. "Apis"-the bee- and a busier gin In World War II.
Intriguer was not ever treat Schiller's grocery has been
PRICES EFFECTIVE ed.He I turned into a museum which
TUES. wanted to eliminate Franz' I
MON. AND subordinates Prlnclp to the ac. "
Swift's Premium Cooked or Boked JUNE 29, 30, 1964clfitrjf Ferdinand heir to the 84-year tlvlty i of an organization called
old Emperor Franz Josef of "Young Bosnia" The official
Austria-Hungaty. I feeling Is that emphasis on
Sliced Ham Why? That's one of the mjs.terles. Prlnclp and Apis tends to sad.
specialsPhiladelphia Apis said later It was be. ,die the guilt for World War I
cause Franz Ferdinand was on the founders, of Yugoslavia
PILLSBURY head of the war party In Aus.trla.Hungary. and to give too much Impor.|
6 oz. Sftt Brand and killing him lance i to the Serbs at the ex.
was a way of forestalling at. pense of other national groups
SWEET OR BUTTERMILK pkg. Cream Cheese tack on Serbia, then an Inde. In the country i \
pendent nation and now part of Prlnc Ip's fame has faded In
.. Yugoslavia.This the I publicity given to Ms ne.
: 1R makes little sense Franz phew, Slobodan' Prlnc'IP, a
__ 2 3Pkgs. 25 Ferdinand's murder was used I guerrilla who died fighting the
by the Austrians as the excuse Germans In: World War II. In
} for an attack on Serbia, and 1 Belgrade, a school has been
there were many more eagerfor named for Slobod\II., There Is
war then he had been.A no similar attempt to keep Cav.
: :; frozen foodsChef's o better guess Franz Ferdl. rllo's memory green
6 V HUNTS TANGY nand had some Idea of giving But In Sarajevo, there still
___ his own Serb subjects more self. are people who remember the
TOM ATP Delicious rule. That might have cooled offtheir diy vividly
enthusiasm for breaking One, who remembers Is a
Frozen Waffles loose from Austria.Hungary and I tall, ruddy, < ,'heeked history
CATSUP14pi joining Serbia, an enthusiasm i leather of 68, now retired Vo.
Apis was most eager to keep joslav Boglcevlr has becomethe I
10 01.19 warm. dty's most devoted distort.
LIMIT 4 PER CUSTOMER WITH PkgStoufFer's. Nor would It have pleased I an of the conspirators, several
r are e Cavrllo Prlnclp, a frail but t of whom were his,Irhoolmoitn.lie .
fiery Serb of 18 from Austria. was standing next to oneCvijelko
TurkeyTetrazzini Hungary's province of Serbia. Popovlc- when Cab. 1
Apis supplied him and his fel. rlnovlc threw his grenade near.
( low conspirators with auto. and he was on the spot/ I
matlcs and grenades, got them i within a few minutes when t't'by
hot
-some target practice and had I Prtnclp fired the fatal. shots.
12 os. 69 them smuggled across the bor.i Bogle evl\<' won t say now
pkg. der from Serbia back to Bosnia, whether he was In on the plot 1
and Its (capital Sarajevo. I IPrlnclp himself but he does admit: "If f
was a sensiftve, Ideal. 'they had offered me a gun, It t
M R'W1TJ *
Istlc young man. lie had a i re PRMOR small black moustache, some i I fuse"
J I
Pomption talent as a poet, fair aim with i PopovIr- is still alive, head of 1
4 an automatic and an advanced I i the ethnographic* section of the I I
Olive Oildown . . :: ,.21 << case of tuberculosis. He and his i ;Bosnian National Museum In
friends felt that In murdering: i Sarajevo but he refused to talk
Franz Ferdinand they were i i to strangers So does another of
striking a blow for freedom i the conspirators named Vaso
produce lane "Aside from their compulsionto 1 Cubrllovlc who-like Popovlc-
commit treason and murder"' failed to throw his grenade He
says an American historian i became a professor of history,
Tender Yellow Florida "they were really good and I !and served for a time as a
kindly fellows" member of President Tlto's
:.:*' 39 : Their plan was simple Franz Cabinet.
Corn
Sweet I "
Ferdinand, his wife and a small
entourage In Sarajevo for a

Von. 15 six civic open func'tlon-were cars along driving the Mil In 1r

10 ears 59c jacks River, which flows
| through the city.
After a reception at City Hall
the cars were to drive back r
:a: 79'
along the river and through the
main streets The half dozen
conspirators stationed them.
selves at likely points along the
1" 49 river.
3. As the procession passed near
I the Zrlnzsko Bridge a young 1
printer named Nedjelko Cabrln.
;?'. 49' ovlc threw a grenade. It


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I'a Boosts Sioux City

Club AttendanceSIOUX

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Members of the Stouxland Ser. .
i tome Club who responded In
1 force to an announcement that
/ the topless bathing suit wouldbe
i modeled at Friday's luncheon r y
saw only flub member Irv

Nogg wearing swim trunks and -y' .....
a wig.
BIRLING POINTDonJacobs
Three bathing beauties all
makes the of
with tops-posed with Nogg. sport
Club officials admitted It was log rolling even mon difficult
a gag to boost attendance at by leaping over fellow
weekly luncheons. birler Jim Ogle.
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SECTION B Sunday, Jam M, 1964


More BoatsProclamations _I Ir .4: 2."



June designating ple who go boating each yearon Safe boating Is fun" said Tips On 0 NaplesFlotilla I

28-July 4 as "National Safe a more than casual basis and i da '
Commander Ayers, urgedall ,
Boating Week" have been Issued "They have a club-like feeling boat owners to Join In emphasizing I'M"/, .c
by the president of the United .', .1 Boatingmt\ USCGA ;
a sense of courtesy and consi- the need for even greater

States and the Governor of Florida, deration for others," he said. attention to safety procedures .; ''','' v atw ....:rBut ...,

Archie locally by Naples Mayor "The boat owner Is proud of his and precautions In cooperation ,s' What does the smart boat If you are out on the water

"The Turner. craft and of his skill and he knows with the committee .! i\ man do when he Is about to Stan and a storm suddenly blows
efforts powerful effect cooperative that only safe boating Is good sponsoring National Safe BoatIng out on the water and the small up. head for the nearest sheltered

Interested In by various groups boating" Week I Ir craft warnings are hoisted? He shore. Reduce speed and
safety can produce
remains ashore have sit on the floor
Is Illustrated by the success says Naples passengers
achieved Flotilla of the U.S. Coast Guard near the centerline.
working by year-around the 14 national to groups keep Safe Boating ProclamationWHEREAS Auxiliary and the committee for Keep your boat headed Into the

rw National Safe Boating Week,June wind as much as you can. Re
boating safe, said Mayor Recreatlonalboat- ed groups In celebrating National ..3-July 4th. member SAFE boating Is FUNI!
Turner. Friday as he signed the Ing Is playing an Increasingly Safe Boating Week
proclamation. A.P.Ayers.commander Important part In the lives of THEREFORE I I. -- -
of the Naples Flotilla 93 millions of Americans who lookto NOW virtue, of Fish RegulationsHave lion and Information on the more
ARCHIE TURNER By popular fresh water fish,
of the I game
U.S. Coast Guard Auxi- It as a means of maintain
the authority vested In me as New Look as well as sections on favorite
liary was present at City Hall ing physical vigor and mental
Mayor of the City of Naples rr fishing spots how to catch'.m.the ,
to witness the
I signature. alertness andWHEREAS Florida, do hereby proclaim the TALLAHASSEE Fishermen cost of fishing and fish

"Although, as you know, there the resulting Increased week of June 28 through July will find that Florida's new freshwater management area regulations
has been: a tremendous IncreaseIn use of our waterwayshas NATIONAL SAFE sport fishing rules and The middle section of the new
4. 1964, as
the number of boats caused a corresponding Increase the of i regulations have a new look and sixteen page publication contains
pleasure BOATING WEEK In City ;
In safety problems, and provide fishing Information as a summary of fresh water fishing .
onourwaterways In recent years, WHEREAS, this healthful out Naples, Florida, and urge all ViIJ: well as fishing regulation The regulations and may be r..
there has been and
Increase In
no door be enhancedand persons,organizations members new regulations are available moved by the fisherman who desires .
the rate of fatal accidents Mayor activity can offices of all Judges .
loss of the radio press and tele at the County a compact copy of regula
of life and
Turner said. "In fact, the property reduced vision to publicize and observe and their authorized fish lions for his tackle box or poe
rate continues to decline year by adherence to safe boat- National Safe Boating Week lug license agents kct,

after year. National Safe BoatIng Ing principles and Courtesy on the water; Is the keyto According (o A.D. Alrlch dlr.' Aldrich reminded fishermenthat
WHEREAS, the more than 40 ector, Game and Fresh Water
Week Is proclaimed to con safe and have they may now obtain the new
boating you'll
tinue that excellent record." million Americans who go boat Fish Commission, the new fish 1964.63: license at office of alt
fun If do Itrlght.and
ing each year In some 7 million more boating you hug regulations were adapted County Judges and I1c.nHapnt..
all takes do It
A major reason tor the favor- recreational crafts ranging from It to from the Florida Wildlife Mag. The deadline for obtaining the
able trend cited by Mayor Turner rowboats to luxury yachts have right Is the application of a lit' acute and Inrludo color lllustra- new license midnight, June 30.
Is continuous education In the built an admirable safety recordon tie common sense MEMBER.

sport by more than 750 Coast a solid foundation of common SAFE BOATING IS FUN!
Guard Auxiliary flotillas more sense afloat, and IN WITNESS WHEREOF,I have LATEST TiliNG In boat ornamentsthat'a what Cypress Garden's

than 350 U.S. Power Squadrons, WHEREAS, this year, more set my hand and seal theClty of Gail Gore Is demonstiatiiitf hero Tine, not every Florida fisherman has THE MOORINGS

370 clubs affiliated with the Out than 750 Coast Guard Auxiliary Naples, on the 26th day of June, one on his boat, but it's an idea that might catch on fast. Of course, the

board Boating Club of America, flotillas thoughout the nation will nineteen hundred and sixty four. distraction provided might prove disastrous to the safe boating move 600 Wedge DriveNew
the Red Cross, marine dealersand ARCHIE TURNER ment
join with more than 350 US.Pow
MAYOR .._. .
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er Squadrons,370clubs affiliated and magnificent with "Iota of living"for

Commander Ayers also em- with the Outboard Boating Clubof ATTEST: ExperimentalBoating advanced boat handling, launch Dry Out Equipment the active family. Not to the golf
phasized the attitude taken by America, the Red Cross, marine Ned S. Wilson. ing and retrieving, and water ski courae. Three bedrooms and two tile baths,

the more than 38 million peo dealers and other interest- Deputy City Clerk. Course tow boat operating. Studentscan After Each OutingIt dream kitchen, large living room, screened
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Conducted By OMC take as many or as few lessons Is always a good idea to enclosed porch and two car enclosed ga

of the as they desire. place your life preservers, bout
Adherence to Rules rage.
An experimental program that All lessons are private and cushions and your bout I lines

I promises Important contributions Instruction can be adjusted to out in the sun for an adequate More ia your opportunity to own a lovely"
to boating education Is being suit the needs of beginning and period whenever you return froma home that will offer you apace plus full

Road Sign of Good SkipperThe conducted this summer by experienced boatmen. The Items boating may outing have gotten in which wet.these ac value for your house dollar. Quotation

Outboard Marine Corporation. course can be used by persons cording to officials of the Lvin- $28,500
"Rules of the Road" of with caution However, fishermen poor maneuverability, tugs and Called Certified Boating Instruction who have never operated a boat rude Boating; foundlltion.
boating are old hat to many should never anchor in a barges should be authority.
given It Is the first to experience before they of
sLippers and many boating new- channel or fairway. Nobody has organ gain Careless handling these CO-OP APARTMENTon
comers have read and studied rights in these areas unless they Should any mishap occur within ized on-the-water boating Instruction purchase a boat. items of equipment means short
them. But how many sLippers are "just passing through" the skippers visibility: it is always program In the nation. life for them and expensive replacement the beach. One bedroom, furnished. Air
,f.llito practice these safe.boating expected he will. lend a Created by Outboard Marine, --- -- If you stow this equip. conditioned. Priced for quick sale
regulations When leaving slips, wharves or hand wherever needed. Most of ment while soggy or damp you -
with caution. Boats the limply manufacturer of Evinrude and will mildew and roi $13,000.
piers proceed time it is not serious ."" encourage
These 'Rules of the Road" have no rights unlit they are in a boatman who has let his Johnson motors and boats, to offer \\.N "" .l'
were designed for all boatmen to open water-entirely clear. fuel tank run dry but it is recreational boatmen the opportunity A nautical mile ii I 1.15 statute WESLEY G.
followjust is traffic regulations I Boats going downstream or always a good idea to check evenif to acquire practical ;-1 SAFE \ miles The statute mile Is the
are net up for highway down.currtnt in moving waters it doesn I look serious. In boat common pessuremenl, in high
travel The bvinrudc::: Boating have the right of way over boats competence handling way travel So when a boat I ii
Foundation reminds boatmen proceeding upstream Wherever and whenever possible through direct experience with \ I .DOWNING
t, BOIlTING\! traveling at I U knots, it is proceeding Realtors
that these 'Rules of the Road" always use common sense. skilled Instructors, the CBI pro at 1725 statute miles per
and "Law," help make boating Tugs and barges should be This is one regulation that cannot Is being conducted on a hour MI MUff
mIcL u.you and youfamily.. given the right of way. Literally, be outlined yet H is the gram Another taullcal Irrll'0' .
basis rhis season In the Mil WEEK/
test
power boats have tights over basin of very safety tip and feature \ '
should waukee and Madison Wisconsin measurement Is the fathom It Wesley O.'Downing' ft Earl L "rye
Every good slipper these vessels, but because of their that can be offered ?,
is
NNNN'w"l a measuis of length containing ;
know these basic rules of boating:
areas. REGISTERED REAL
six feet and I Is used chiefly ESTATE BROKERS
To avoid collision when meeting The course Is offered In four In measuring depth of water by 70rf Slh Avenue, South. Ana from

another boat, always bear to r. sectionsbasic boat handling EZ.- soundings. Firm National /lUnk In Napln. Ft.
the right. A boat should always

give way to another in us "dan- ... .- - ---- .
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gir zone" by altering course.
(The danger zone is that area
from dead ahead to two points
i shaft: t the starboard beam in
other words, a boat approaching VACATION SPECIAL
from the right) By the same A I I I

toLen if a boat. approaches from MONDAY THRU THURSDAY
your left -- or port side, you
have the right of way:However, 1aN
it H advised that you slow speed
until you know what the other
skipper is going to do.

When overtaking and passing
another boat, always slay clear
of the boat being overtaken If BRAKE RELINE
the boat doing the overtaking is
a 1 large vessel with a deep draft,
it is good manners and sound A N
seamanship for the sLipper of
the smaller boat to pull to the tK n
side of (he waterway to let him
piss This Is one situation in :
which it is not wise for the out
board skipper to insist on the
right,! of waySailboats 13881199512395'n.iallid
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always have the right i '
of way over power boils except
in the not very likely possibilityof i !
a boat under sail overtakingone
under power Courtesy also : i '
requires that sailboats while OR 1 YEAR : OR 2 YEARS : OR 3 YEARS
racing be given a wide berth If
you have lo pass closely to a CHEVY-FORD-DODGF-PLYMOUTH-ALL AMERICAN COMPACTS-OTHERS SLIGHTLY HIGHER
sailboat do so slowly and on the P--......
leeward side (the side on which :
it is carrying, its main boom) so WE DO ALL THIS WORK. .
as lo cause the least possible disturbance ,
from wake th. koalxxl .* IKt .Ml (tapper) low 1 hi, .boot lo slierhe> Net eppr.edIns .
your and shoes all brake ahoe return
old
lining
Replace on Inspect
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hear hu right la proit.d s his beat M III* r gM/ hat tae r ilh'.o"H.
Fishing boats with nets, linesor wails until, Ih. olhtr boot '0.... and than ".....". an hi, awn cavriaThu four wheel with Firestone Factory springs for equal tension.
trawls out whether anchoredor I h ana of Ih..bam. lulo, a* the load thai a boat approaching (ran Ih* Engineered Bonded Brake Linings Inspect grease seals and
underway should be passed right hoi 'ho righl of way. I
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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday Junt 28. 1964 Gubernatorial


Suits fans, mostly male, crowded I Jbe poet Corner Jf f J File
around a clothing store display Candidates
window where a live model was Jf
Get Attention wearing the suit Thursday
Also attracted were two sher. f Final Reports
Irr'. deputies, who checked with
Across NationBy headquarters and found that nu. A human is a i TALLAHASSEE (AP) Five
dlty was not enough for ar. of Florida's six Democratic can.
RICHARD F. WHALES rest lewd He thinks of filed final
; behavior must be dldates for governor
Associated Press Writer proved.In And things that j financial reports for the May :
The topless bathing suit for Oklahoma City about 200 The creature and May 26 primaries, llstln,.
women Is getting still more ex. .. J from the
persons, mostly male, gathered surplus funds contri.
He works and
posure across the nation, al.
at a housing .
project after a ra. butlons.The
though It proved a disappoint.ment dlo station announced that a And trys to find in -rsys are usually taken of chests, bones outstanding report Isfnm
to 200 expectant males In Kodak people have done something dif of
Kelly Lakeland
pretty girl wearing a topless Sen. Scott
Oklahoma City. suit would arrive by helicopter Jet engine. The 15x6-foot radio- attorney wrote May 20
Not so In Los Angeles, where passing its beam through the jet engine whose
She did, and there were some that the crush of other buslnes>
red fac... backed by lead shields. Objective of the prevented the filing.
She was blonde, blue ejed! Poetry is a ine. Both the X-ray and engine are on At that time, Kelly was con.
Blllye Rae, 3V4 years old. A very nice World's Fair, testing tie results of the May,
NAPLES Technically 'topless"' bathing Almost first primary In an effort to
suits were shown at a Detroit ) wrest the runoff slot from May.or .
fashion show. However, It was And that's Robert King High of Miami.
a hair fashion show and the Over Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack.
BUSINESS models appeared In alsUength 'The sonvllle who won the Democrat.
hair styles resembling wide sus. ic nomination listed $801,147 In
P ri SERVICEPAYROLLS tle.back window curtains The queen To Fidel 332.
It looked! s.Ntrh and one The king lives That left $51,011 In his war
model said It was That li chest plus contributions up to
110Dlamonl/ took a dip In aIlartiord five days before the Nov. 3 gen.
(00 the Russians are turning overI.
/ Conn /park pond In a They refuse to ; eral election.
and believed still capable of shootIng -
RECORDS topless suit, and was prompterarrested The king only and about men down the American high Rep. Charles Holley of Plnel. J
for Indecent exposure."I las County the Republican candidate .
The altitude reconnaissance planes
queen only to be with
TAXES had a wonderful swim," reported receiving $26 .
,
wlU\ leave that are patrolling; Cuba.
site said, emerging Into the Even though The Information here is that 813 and spending $19,051
Is de.
AND arms of the law, Hope/ admitted training the central comm,!\d governingthe : Mayor High who made the
the public! exposure would not runoff with Burns reported re
SAM sites is still under control
BOOKKEEPINGSYSTEMS hurt her professional! She's an calving $204,060 and spending
the "eyeball of Soviet officers. Also,offl.
exotic darner.lUmmurabiwiik, crisis In dais have given support to published $200,666 leaving him 3394.
were reports that the advanced Former Sen. Fred O. (Bud)
a burn internalrivmue Dickinson of West Palm Beach
or more Soviet radar installed In the I
Phone man, Uhen a leap fear missile system has been dismantled reported receiving $680,811 and
MI 2.5143 ninth war needed early Jn the of sur. and withdrawn. This spending $651,848, leaving him
17th Century H.("., hu had! the SAMs would reduce the effectiveness $28,913.
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ninth. month, "I'.:llui:," repeated. PuslI Sen. John Mathews of Jackson.
of the missiles and their ability
152 Fifth Ae.... ScutaVaplt
An extra round! of lanes, he PUls to knock down the swift American vllle reported receiving $347,.
Uo! <.riod would! he due cm the PUIII '\\ Jets. (39 and spending $341,702, leav.
Florida
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23ih .il' I,Itul 11.rG Puss>'\\ () In another development F/U Ins him $6,237.
of Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla
day, the Organization Amer
I
I PUSH\' / lean States voted 17 to Oto calla County reported receiving $238,.
PUI S '\\ / meeting of hemisphere foreign 178 and spending $237,637, leav.
/ ministers here July 21 to con Inc him $541.Normally .
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rider breaking all diplomaticand candidates receives
Bthe economic ties with the Ca more In contributions than they

tro government. Mexico abstained spend.
In the vote. An attorney general's opinionof
; Under the Inter American several years ago said the
Treaty of Mutual Assistance candidates can do what they
Sixth Venezuela has asked the OAS please with the money after all
\vl to adopt sanctions against Cuba bills are paJd.Council.
-the severing of diplomatic
ties halt In economic relations
F is for the fun a AgendaThe
by and suspension of sea and air

A is for the communications."tALt". agenda for Wednesday's

T is for the No 9 a.m. Council meeting will Include
r7 1 :
H is for his heart 1-Call to order and invocation.

E is for the ,,\ I"/? :: .
of minutes of
'Reading
R is for all the TOPICS previous
.. ;;; I\ meetings.
Put it all 3--Reports
a. Zoning Board of Appeals
dad in the world. A Stmct of Your Doctor ol Mrrlicmc, ((1)) Appeal No. 115 from Alva t
i Your Local Medical Society lad the
Florida' Medical ._..,,_ M. Olsen et al, re. Lots 33

ARE YOU OUT OF LINE? view through S/D inclusiveNaples Bay- ,

( ) Everyone e.i"A of line I of ((2)) Appeal No. 116 from
: tome e slight lack of Ralph C, Hill re. request tore
ATTENTION --- ) ;+.,1 ;::-a't\.;0"; smmetry in the human body I IdtlprmaL ""rear'yard variance of 5 feet for,_
PET DUCK OWNERS MOVING TO FLORIDA .rl : ) *_ a guest house at 625 -1st Street,
.I.UOVHI Halm-Bundrd/ l> Everyone U laid to hale! oniu South.

SOMK) : LAKi:: KKONT LOTS STILL AVAILABLE era, Modern Equipment. uwuanrnum'j i.hemihypertrophy.enlargement or overgrowth Hypertrophy of b. Zoning and planning con,

Cl in the swim from the q."ova; l.lit front lots now effort.! hi iki PINS pie Kale Krlwrrn Nap' an organ or part. Hcmi is a pre ference Tampa, Florida, attended -
stool IXIINSION, only 1'4 milt north ol lk. N.plo. City llmiti on U, S. .nd: MOOIbn.' 1000 fix signifying one half. Hence, by City Attorney David Spin-
41, Writ *r phon for full doKilt, ro lou awl ) hemihypertrophy ali"o: gler and Zoning and Planning
growth of one side
Board Chairman Clarence M.
\". Urk J2 l.2t1 $ of the body or of a part.
Chiriit 201.20' Bauchsples.
The left side of the head and
Clrtrland! fm,SO U31.! face is normally lightly I larger c. Off-Street Parking Committee -
sine > T.In* all northern i>..' ___ than the right i mile. Slight \aru- .
and Florida Including lions are also found in the chest, d. Building Code Board of
Jidge! Fort Mara' Punta arms and legs, and in internal. Adjustments and Appeals Re-
organs supposed to be In iymrnetry.
Charlotte Harbor ., Excessive growth of one port.
alt VI rile for rate and part or one side ta exceedingly e, Sign Committee.
Created by Collier Development Corp. ..t1m..... from any city rare. When bodily variation in 4-Old) business t
Florida point call pronounced enough to l he easily a. Ordinance regulating con-
any or
110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2-2131 lect-Phone 1I1Z.1I21.TERMINAL at or true readily hemihypertrophy.detected it la known struction and use of guest hou-'

NAPLES HONDA sea.
VAN LINES
Girls ere more likely, to have b. Ordinance streets
OR SEt YOUR LOCAL RIAITOI I2S Sib Street, South body variation than It renaming
boys ihmost between 4th North and
Avenue
. St. Pelenbvn. Florida often noticeable in the leg
I 7th
or armi. Avenue North

giiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniii/ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiitiimiiiiiiuHniiiHiNiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiN I There have been many nuggestioiu C. Appointments to Parks and
Board Recreation Board
ai to the cause of men
(I) ', \'Ariatlon. Everything from I In Beautiful Port Royal ( ) ( ) order in the endocrine glands to Second reading of Ordinance -
I some mechanical disturbance No. 1073.
prior to birth hat been men
5--New business
tioned at a cause. Mont authorities : .
I ON GALLEON DRIVE agree that aliiiormal J a. Errors and Insolvencles-
_____ influence during the period le- 1963 tax roll.
c M. C. fore birth can cauc this imperfect b. Timetable for preparationof
; division. Proper, prenatal
I care, then 11 indicated a* a Donmlile 1964-65 budget.
preventive of excessive or C. Appointment of additional
true hemihypertrophy. Mow deputy city clerk.
ever some variation is perfectly d. Correspondence.
normal and U nothing to be
8-Adjourn.
concerned about

I One-fifth of unemployed in

the United Stales has lets thanan
II
eighth trade education the
GROOM :U.S. Office of Education reports.Of .
I I \ t the total labor force more

; I II than 1) per cent haven't finished
I the
eighth grade
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taxes and insurance Thro

, living room and a separate din MQ lieU OUTDOOR LIGHTING
This amaiinir' out
the purchase price of this house door light" I I. instant death
to hues but is safe for
humans, animals and birds.
rh. ,., Venetian blinds and all Can be used: anywhere .
= FOUR BEDROOMS wherever an outdoor light
2'/j baths, large living room with is a cyclone fence in rear yard U needed. Kill InweU instantly

room. All Frigidaire kitchen with Enclosed elertrkally.1 while itprovides
pantry ,
garage
driveway has been resurfaced light. Rids a huge
1 shop. Big screened porch. Completely air conditioned. area flying of Insects mosquitoes In a remarkably and night-

past two years. Call us for en short time. Uses standard
landscaped with automatic sprinkler system. PRICED TO SELL.I daylight bluer white bulbs.

Completely guaranteed. A
life-time investment in bur-

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murdered to silence an ac. Sunday, Jane 28, 1J84 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS "I
German Youth Center cuser.In Bride Asks:
1950 t German court ruled SAVED /OR SAD LOVERS I:

that Cersteln was a Nazi of. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) favorite to the pu:
the spot
fender. His widow, ElfrledeGerstoln How Do I Cook Frogs' Legs? "Lovers Lei',' a scenic stretch is valid forever even ,hero
Named For AntiNaziFRANKFURT
rejected.appealed but the appeal of property overlooking Birmingham Schwab: did not put it in writ.r
was has been
saved from the A man who purchased the prop*
Germany CAP) killed as a mental patient under Wygoda heard of the Car. clutches of i ,mmercialism. A from Schwab's heirs had plan I
the Nazi stein case just after he had sue
--A center In the "mercy killing"program
new youth Circuit Judge ruled that a 1935 to erect a filling station at
.
Rub. bjar.IIe: name of Kurt and Gersteln began cessfully finished aU- year oral agrfemem! by Jonas W. the
tearoom on spot
Cerstela, a lieutenant in the checking ,oo Nazi killings. He struggle with authorities for re Schwab in which he dedicated
Kasl SS who had the Job ofsupplying Joined the SS to gain inside cognition of Ms own German
poison ras for the knowledge of Nazi crimes Wy. citizenship.
Auschwltt death raws. gods says.Gerstein. Struck by what he regarded
Gersteln's cause Is championed had studied some as another case of postwar Injustice .
by a Jewish survivor of medicine and chemistry. The SS Wygoda got Mrs. Ger. LOWRfY ORGANS
Mad concentration camps and needed men with his training stein's permission to reopen her )
has been taken up by Jewish or and he eventually headed a sec husband's case. rr.'at3ssr
Sanitations. tlon in the "Hygiene Institute. Jewish organizations In Ger.
"If there had been thousands One of his ''Jo'II'W&l to pro. many and France have takenup 11.. ... .. n
more like Gersteln there would cure a cyanide gas used by extermination the cause. '=:)e4tU;" *
have been no Auschwitz" says camps. German authorities have ad. g + aJ ..
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Frankfurtfur Gersteln tried to the vised Wygoda! that they will .t
sabotage
lacy Wygoda, 43, a REMENDOUSWLUE :.:
take another look at the Ger. .
dealer and onetime concert operations in a limited way. .
tration camp Inmate. Evidence shows he stopped one stein case. r .- :: *
Gersteln died under mysterU shipment of gas by marking it LIKE .
ous conditions shortly after no good and ordering It burled. IT A TAXI(

World War U, but he provided But, according to Wyjoda! ALBUQUERQUE (AP) By
important evidence which was his main effort was to alert the .
Jove, it jolly well looked like a
used at the Nuernberg war world outside Germany to con. .
crimes trials. He risked his life centratlon camp horrors.A tan;. mot, :
to obtain much of It, Wyjoda Lutheran he got word to A well-dressed, middle.edEn.liahm.n
who didn't give hia -
believes. German Bishop Otto Dlbellus of '
Wygoda! Is Incensed because his church. Dlbellus In turn Informed name, stood at the street curb r xr +. :: e,
1 West German authorities have Swedish clergymen. last night and peered up the .. ..
classified Gersteln as a Nazi of. He was allegedly turned away street. : :. factory Authorized
fender and have denied his when he sought an audience A city police patrol car ap
widow a pension.In with the Papal Nuncio In Ber. peared. The Englishman ran r +1 f SPECIAL SAVINGS '50300
1940 a slster.ln.law was Inn, and later wrote: intothe street and started waving ON DIMONSTNATONSNINTALS.
"Could one expect that an ordinary his arms frantically. C, ( noon MOOILS and USID GROANS
S" citizen can do something The patrol car stopped. The
t 1c1I... z
when even the vicar of Christ Englishman ran to the car .A aA' ". r "f"'= ,-.- ::f1 ( )) Starlet S 449.90
DUCK.VAUDEVILLE does not want to listen to me opened the rear door and sat Tax Incl'd
rotrtL' ] although tens of thousands are down in the back seat. ELEGANT FARE: frogs l Its are ut J.jll'll'UIt u" Jmkon: Slut the legs in Holiday Deluxe $1072.44
Lortir I murdered." Moments later he climbed out butter anJ uJJ fresh I U""nn juice Tax Incl'd
Gerstein's visit Inspired Ger. and the patrol car departed. Lincoln Wood Deluxe
man author Rolf Hochhuth In "I had called a taxi and whenI By CECILY BROWNSTONE means, tou ha\en't been married holiiri 1 lining ft,nh and dry the It.. $2351.28Tax
writing his largely fictitious sew this car with the light on Atsoclated Press Food Editor long enough to tell tour hunhunii Icy and -rfi'ikli' with ads andpepper. meld
play "The Deputy." to cook them himself Coal in\, with flour
snot top coming down the street, I DEAR CFCILY:
Trv not to mind >our groom'sepicurean Ilea) 4 uiikvpotms' of the butter i t' '
In 1943 I've
Gersteln surrendered thought it was my taxi, he ex just been married a (\wmonths 4
yew in a l.ift Iltet. sdd frogs'Icpi ,
to the Allies and gave the most planned in a clipped British and! my husband! u leaning You're hound \
tj tteab, detailed report on Nazi crimes aCC.nt. fascinated by all kinds or food. to have an interesting life iiiul same gtntlv S to 6 .-.-. i
Juan ht glad boor husbunildidn't nunuku ill each side In s small Letsapreve ,
ever to reach Allied hands. As Yesterday, as of
"I 1 jumped in the back seat and part mv birthday killcl. melt the V
proof he supplied bills for the told the driver to take me to the present he brought me t package catch the frogs himself.If i remaining 3 THI LOWRI ORGAN It the
he tahltspans >f butler and In
t
had.they might have started | stir
cyanide gas. He told he of frozen frogs leg, They (the easiest te ef all/ 'Ilcallntrumln'.
airport. me was a the lemon rind lemon slay "''
around )lures onion
moving in the This
[C iLLe'I'Gar..d.p a The Allies could not be sure policeman, not a cab driver. Nhat legs) shall art now I do?in (the (reuer. does not. ,ifiean that the pan.frog has and a pins h of "..emll.y. spermover
; jf Gersteln's anti Nazi efforts "By jove it looked like a DEAR JEANNINE-: JEANNINE an afstr-lifeonly that In freshly the trots' legs Cover ALL
and he was Interned. He died taxicab." Cook the frogs' legs, by all caught frogs' legs the muscles skillet; simmer ft lo 8 minutes or
July 25, 1845. In a Paris prison. may go on contracting during until Iroge' legs are tender
Officially the cause was sul.cide skinning and cooking.: Should Serve at once with lemon & Clark &
but there have been re.current quarter Story Lowery
Hangar ScoopBY your husband ever dciiile In
NAPLES that he was
I rumors catch his own frogs, shill the
.tJ legs before cooking and sou CI-ASSIKMNO FROGS' lFGS PIANOS
ANNE SWEtfSON: won't have to face a singleIwiuh. I l'iars' !<(_ (Gash iii froteii) I
at Imperial are Hold in finh markets. If you
Ask the men 4 .
look up recipes for the leg In
Frogs' legs are ahsolutely'delicious
Can a little mother find True Happiness In a home Know Your CAPToday especially hen cooked took books, you'll find them 20% OFF Re,.
under $20,000 In this modern house near the following\ way. If yew acv this under fish. or seafood because Price)
(there is for
recipe your husband will undoubtedly no seel ion amphibians
schools she will. Two bedrooms and large living say you are a marvel- In his book "James Beard's
each air conditioned, on a charming street there was a oony1nbreakfast" certificates of proficiency under OUR rook and on your next birthday Fish Cookery" (Lull, Brown),
Veer
Center
room, at the civilian sir the new program can get a Jim suggests soaking frogs' legs Van Der Music
home turtle
the bring a to
of quiet homes. Extra room separate from port Homestead Next monthIt beautiful new diploma now, even you in milk before cooking them; you '
house for guest or playroom. Listed at $15,700.A will be held by the Charlotte If you already have one. cook.frogn Compared legs, "ehemf to turtle soup are, might like to tty his way, Naples Ihopplr, Center Ph. MI 26432I ,

County Squadron on July 19. Don't forget about the uniforms child's: play.SAUTFFD. --- --
whisper of advice to fashionable Neapolitans There are contests of all sons available at wing headquartersIn .

see this home for a family who cares about and a huge, delicious breakfast Orlando. It might be best If I ROCS' LEGS IN

where they live end how they live. Two bedrooms will be served. It's a lot of you are going up on a Saturday 11MON IIUTTI!-R
fun so see If YOU can make it. afternoon, to notify them ahead 8 ltg ot to small to medium
2 baths, with a den, tastefully furnished Next month's Commander's of time. froga* I Irgs

and just an easy amble to the beach on 15th Call will be Included with the fly- Salt and pepper
.
'Ave. So. Listed ist t $$29,500. ,, "t ,. In breakfast. The breakfast Is,4 t 1/2 cup: flour .
*i ? from 9 a.m. to 12 noon: Com- 1.t\4\ s !! i h'd r otieeou1. 7 tablespoons butter lemon ned ,. I n- ; ; ; : I ; ; It' r ;"r ati, ? air
Not enough room for visiting friends and relatives mander's Call starts'at 1 pjn. ly 'Squadlron"has''29'cadet's, 27 1 I teaspoon tablespoon" grated lemon juice

? Why not build a duplex or even a small As you probably know. Major seniors Fort Myers has 25 cadets 1 tablespoon minced onion
Raymond Griffith of the Char- 17 senIors| Clewlston has
their visit? RosemaryI
apartment so they can really enjoy lotte County Squadron Is the new 15 seniors and Naples has 29 lemon, quartered AviiSPECIALS
Better yet, rent the extra space and you enjoy group commander. Captain WIN cadets and 30 seniors. If frogs' legs are frozen, thaw,
the income. See these 2 waterfront multifamilylots lard Secrest will take over as Last year the Florida legis-
reduced from $6,000. unit commander of the Charlotte lature set aside $40,000 for Civil -
in Oyster Bay just
Air Patrol.
County Squadron.
Listed at $5,000 each.IIII. Colonel Nicastro Is workingout Florida Wing of Civil Air Patrol 'ThVolume

plans for four group will receive four of the T- (

SARCAP'S each yearAs it 34's being distributed to CAP.IIIOAI' means lower

stands nowcharlotteCoumywlll Two nice waterfront lots Bow Line Bay
a on
host one In September and Fort THAN MM. Off prices We are now ,

Myers will host one In December FLORIDA TMRISTS MILL volume dealer. You recently seawalled, priced at same figures as

RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT will save here IMeet t before seawalling $11,750.00 and 1250000.

aaYWawYl aaYYYe aleaE
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IMPERIAL PROPERTIES CADETS--You cannot take senior 1
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teats..-wlth one exception. 41l..E7ilEM
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You are allowed to take the senior Nice three-bedroom, two-bath home, beauti-

test for radio proficiency,, with
289.Ninth St., So. Phone MI 2-2128 cards. ISfiThis ,fully landscaped, carpeted, double garage

Cadets who have earned their 'electric door risers and many other extras including ;

-- -- circular screened patio just reducedto

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No beltell LAUREN Star Salesman BLUE Three-bedroom, two-bath home with carpets

and drapes. Never occupied, used last seasonas
12 Fakes 4-door
)fat l/ORIk Uke new Only wagon a HoMiLi Home exhibit house. Fully sodded J

$1295 and landscaped, all decorator fixtures !
'
1/1 tll W/a/ $33,500.00.
:
: .1 Falce 2-door. Local owner 1
_- gave good care, Perfect
exceptionally fine home is situated in a most exclusive section of delightful Naples.The second car

exotic landscaped lot has a fully automatic sprinkler system and is one of the largest, if $995Corrslr

not the largest, lot in Beautiful ROYAL HARBOR. 1-
'60 4-door EconomIcal -

The superb home is almost brand new CBS construction, actually built only 9 months family and work ear For these and other fine homes or homesitesin I

ago. It has a full house air conditioner that cools or heats, the year around. There Is elegant Only The Moorings, see or call:

wall to wall carpeting and luxurious drapes. Terrazzo floors, cement tile roofing, aspacious $795

20'x 15' living room, four large bedrooms, three baths, a huge screened-in porch, double '13 Falcon Future 4-door.

garage and a chain link fenced 20'x20' play yard. This car will give you year H. Milton Unk Realtor

of economical transportation, Associates Leslie C. Johnston, James L Cochrun,
Conveniences galore: an Inter ,
the dream kitchen has every work saving convenience under the sun. A Kitchen-aid dish $1495 Betty!

washer, Waste King disposal; you name it, it's here.
'n Ford station wagon Ful.I .
You'll have an all screen enclosed swimming pool with underwater lighting, an inviting I ly equipped. A beautiful all.

patio and the boat slip Is a harbor in itself. It will accommodate three boats: around cur for only .
a .
$895
This paradise will give you elegance and dignity and the view is into Southwest Florida's

striking sunsets, across Naples Bay, facing Crayton Cove and the new Tahitian Congress Inn. e PHONE ONE OF OUR

friendly saleimen Tom ir
The owner has spared no expense, to make this his luxurious permanent home, but Peele, Lauren Blue, Dick: NAR IORPAI

because of a recent heart attack his future plans have all been changed, and he Ported Donelson, Elton Davidson

to sell this Heavenly place at 1660 Dolphin Lane for only $42,000. You must see this to or aales manager Bil! I

believe itl I Morton.COLLIER. 2129 N. T.ml.ml Trail Phone MI 2-5102

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THE NAPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

WILL MAKE YOU AN OUTSTANDING LOAN ON THIS PROPERTY

COUNTY .. \. .:;
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"W/'cre the sunsets arc 'Jatulolls" .

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summer, so you nay begin to
48 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. June 28, 1964, widows. In brief, the deceased wish for cool mountains Ii'l
husband had to have at least off-beat travel topics time to head to the Adirondack
an Individual case are available 90 days of service of which pan Take the fastest way.-th Thru

at any VA office was during wartime he had r way.-back, but make one tt Q -- I have been told that been discharged under condi en t ute. ThlslsMonterumaNatlonaJ ,
1t ," anyone entitled to use the word tions other than dishonorable Wildlife Refuge at thehea
.. .- 0.1." Is entitled to veterans' and the widow's annual Income J I ?tapla tlotMuLBy S S of Cayuga Lake. Hundreds of ares <
benefits. Is this right and what Is within statutory limits Individual + y of swamp spawn thousand:
T does "G J." mean? details maybe receivedat of ducks, musk rats, herons ant
BERANSCORN( ER A .- The term "G.I. mightbe any VA office. deer. It'. one of the wllfflu\ ,
showplaces of central New York.
defined as "government issue" Anne L, Bowes t.c much
see traveling
authoritative and Q I bought a home with a Youant
Here are answers referred to varied
GI loan In 1952. My wife is at 65 mph, so circle round,
by the Veterans Admin- supplies equipment clothing now confined to a wheel chair (on Route 89, 5 And 90)) and takea
from former 'Issued ,
istration to questions etc., to Individuals or slow careful look
servicemen and their fami- units In the service. In timeit and cannot maneuver steps to One,hour from here and you'llbe
lies: became a slang term refer- the basement or to the Second back In Utica, ready to start
Q -- Are veterans of World ring to the servicemen themselves floor Can I sell this home and your Adirondack adventures

War I entitled to a pension? It has no standing as buy another one-story home it kt
If they are, is there a requiredage an entitlement toFederalbene- wth a GI lOin A RECREENINCPEASWASHINGTON
and do they have to be fits. A -- Your wife's disability } D.C. (AP) -
retired? Q -- Why are widows of World Is a compelling reason for selling TtI nivcrsity of California at

A -- A pension may be pay- War n or of Korean Conflict your present home. But the eN SgM p''I .a lass been the scene of ex
able to a wartime veteran regardless veterans unable to get pensions VA must be released from all i :' 1 items related to retaining
of age If he Is totally from the Government on the financial liability on the first the natural color of canned vegetable

and permanently disablednot same grounds that World War I property. Contact your VA *. The program I.1 conducted
Office for --- -'r rtia -
as a result of his military widows can? Regional details. by the National Canners
ALONG: THE SHORES of the "first of the fingers, .
be Association
service. The vreran must A -- That Is no longer true. .
unable to pursue a gainful occupation Since July 1,1960 widows of Q A.friend of mine no Otisco Lake, can be seen an abundance of beautiful Research aimed toward retaining .
relative died with funds
by reason of such disability World War I 1 or of Korean or scenery the color of peas by nllurllprcee..el
and his Income from all Conflict veterans have been eli family recently. Due to our r Is directed by Dr.

sources must be under certain gible to receive pensions on the long association I arrangeda t a beautiful, (Rt. 41 A). You can wanderings in Letchworth State C.O. ChuhesKr., Color lots has
statutory limits. Details to fit same basis as World War I funeral and picked up the easlli imagine) how long ago Park, ''II'ell.known for Its gorge, been traced and experimenters
tab. The deceased had ser mighty shovels of ire bulldozedout river and forests. have determined that regrc.ninf '
ved In the army from 1931 to these long, skinny Ukes. To summarize all the Finger will occur under certain condi. J
1935. Will the VA pay a bur- Some are deeper than sea level Lakes, from east ti. west, they lions.Chiihester. I
and DOUBLE CHECK ial allowance In this case? Although they lie at ail average of aret OTISCO.. SKAVETELES. controlled the Si ic*.
OFFICE A .. Not unless the deceasedhad 700 feet elevation The longestIs OWASCO... CAYUGl... SENE. alkaline lend during heating,
DUNBARSCHECK been in receipt of service- Cayuga.. 40 miles of frigid, C'... KEl'KY... NANDICUA canned the \egeuble and storedit I
\\I\ti SUPPLIES connected compensation at the Ire-blue water. Seneca, the largest ...hONEO\E... CAN.\DICE ... for ft fc* week at 85 or 90
6 & never freezes. All are era. HEMLOCK... CONESUS. Almost
f Brand newt All metal time of death or had been discharged died In idyllic hill landscapes all ate named from the Indian degrees farenhcit. During the
$83 UD A MODERN STATUE stands amidst the tiaditional warm storage prrusi, he peas
Proof Plastic Deak or retired for disabil Route 41 \ brings >ou to Homer heritage of this region ,. the .
Top ity Incurred In the line of duty. the century-old quadrangle at Cornell Uimersitv.fia&r and Courtland where Route 13 powerful Iroquois Nation. regained their natural green i"l. r.
y.Bum! MACHINES! SALES, REPAIRS The associatIon said further
Neither service-connected nor takes you through prosperousfarmland If you are tired of rural en.
RENTALS:: FREE PROMPT disability discharge would be .. ., Thiswtil.ke4| highwayIs vlrons now, head up to Rochester work is going on 10 keep the
DFMVFRV SERVICE to Ithata and Connell vegetable color\ natural withoutthe
had the deceased your way where the University of Rochester
7J MK I \r, x,.. )IJ 20M been necessary a wanlme orKoreanCon- University. Even in sum. and Eastman School of addition of pigment .O'
met mer, U'. worth a stop. There Music can put, \ou In a ilvlll. catalytic agent,
veteran are undoubtedl!) lectures. films, ted mood again. This <'olonlal
concerts and exhibits being of style fit) near the shore of i'RENEW
fered on campus and the layout Lake Ontario has a very high
? Itself is exceptionally sienic. standard of living with the as. YOURDRIVER'S
Swimming Anyone One of the finest views downon sodated fine arts |,la)Ing a LICENSE ,
Cayuga lake can be had from prominent tart. DURING YOUR
the student dining room of Wll. This flat section of New York
BIRTH MONTH
(Come By Car or Boat) lard Straight Hall Order cot. can be hot and humid In mid.

\ fee and pie, or your supper, at
nice low prices, and watch the
sun set behind C-jga while Ion bells ring out an evening
MEMBERSHIPS
LIMITED POOL song at 6 p.m. from the Tower.
Three great gorges cut through
college grounds and three waterfalls .
lie close to town. They
are Taughgannock (Rt. 89), But.
termllk (Rt. 327) and Watkins
Glen (Rt. 13 t 224).
.,. Watkins Glen Itself stands at
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LONG, SLANTING VIEW from Cornell Campus on to the bottom of Seneca Lake, so I
Rt. 14 can be picked up for <
Ithaca and Cayuga Lake, "longest of the fingers,
drive along its western shore.
with the men's dorms at COI'ncllstanding in the foie- If you deride to visit all 11 I Fin.

Pool-On-The-Bay ground. gers, cut over at Dresden Route
54 to Penn Van at the head of
The next region of New York column), you follow Route 12
State which gives the travelernew south to Watervllle. In this wrl. Keuka Lake. Then, Rt. 364 With One of Our
Lake. These I
to Canandalgua ,
scenic beauty and cultural ter's opinion, Watervllle is "the
Interest lies between UtIca and typical American farm town." so tar, have been the main bod. Home Improvement LoansFor
les of water, but Honeoe, Hem.
Rochester. It encompasses the Pretty white houses line Main
and Conesus still
lock Canadice
famous Finger Lakes hlgh.raok. Street with green fields start' ,
Children's Hours ,
: lie to the west waiting for adventurous
,
( Ing colleges like Cornell Colgate Ing Just beyond their back yards. explorers. In this jour every banking J GO FIRST to
1000 to 4.30: Daily and Courtland, and land rich In These run gentle woodedMils
agriculture and history Mdst-ef which rvoa: sheltefdd feel. area, the Bristol Hills offer: wild J FtnM': K'r L RANI
.. and
**f! > '* < SK this country was settled prior to, Ing-Wth Village.: tl' country; for camping, hiking .

For the Entire Family or just after, the RevolutionaryWar From Watervllle, you pick up preciated photography.by a They"spin are.the best-bottle"ap. of APL S- -

$25.00 Cocktails Served so antique shops, historical Route 20 for one of the loveliest to Pic'k what.
For the Entire"Season approach your map.
monuments and traditional towns rides in the State. Towns like
I ever road looks Interesting, Federal! !)ep<>nit Insurance Corp
Phone Ml 2-4501 Adult Until 8:00 M. spot the landscapes.Leaving Pine Woods, Ca/enovla and Pom. small and winding. End up your Federal Reserve System
UtIca (as per my last pey undulate past, bracketed byrolling
farmland and rollercoas.ter .
hills. Ignore fancy new In.
terstate 81 which shoots out from
I Syracuse and continue towardsthe
Foryou- Finger Lakes. A bit ot pa. INDEPENDENCE DAY

,h thos can be added here by de.
touring into the Onondaga Indian

the Reservation on Routes 11A or Next Saturday, The Glorious Fourth, Marks The Bath Anniversary Of
bayfront 80. Crude shacks, run.down
I
property trailers, privies and rusted cars The Signing Of The Declaration Of Independence. After A Day Of Celebration

testify to the Impoverished con. And As The Fireworks Light Up The Evening Sky, Give A Thought To
dltion of our original Amert.
cans If you're categorically Your Own Independence. One Way To Achieve This It By Owning Your

I in Naples! against foreign aid to places Home, Homesite Or Another Type Of Real Eitate. In This Respect AD MILLER

like Tlmbucktoo, you'll come ASSOCIATES Will Be Delighted To Serve You.
out with blood.ln.your.eye. De.

pressed areas in our own back. PAIN'S FIREWORKS should herald this minimally pleasing three bedroom, two

yard come first! bath furnished residence lea, than tao blocks from the beach on Third Avenue, South
About 20 miles from the Re. [It alto offer a lirlnf room with woodburninr. fireplace, dining room, electric;
servatlon, you come to Otlsco
1 and Skaneateles which begin kitchen, Florida room and commodious storage room off the carport Owner will
ill, the Finger Lakes. A drive down also rent from now to December at $14. a month or during the winter season at.
I the west side of the latter Is IJOO per month.

SET OFF THE ROMAN CANDLES for the striking home on Sprinrjine Drive

LOUR I la the Mooring Situated on a beautifully Undneiped lot, the house, built of
i < tatl# brick aid clipboard contain |Iwo bedroom*, three full !Bath. Imrif room dining

PHARMACIST room and am electric kitchen that hold a Move with eitra Urge oren, dishwasher,

SJ>E.\KS disposal and handmade kitchen cabinet Other features you'll like are a Florida
room and porch wall-to.wall carpeting, central air conditioner, ample closet and

storage spree and a washer dryer ID.2M).
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,,: GENE'McLAIN SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES

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._.. 3 ) .' SKYROCKET AT MARCO At Caiamhas on the high, picturesque part
of Marco Island wt offer four and one half acre of valuable ground on which

stands a to bedroom, tao bitS furnished home It embodies. a number of

special attraction, inch a* a ejp-en paneled living room, dining room and Florida '
r Little more than a century room, a den that can be a third bedroom, a pair of patio, large cedar lined closets
ROYAL HARBOh l pandas for"U.boIIl mnrn ago, surgery was a and an electric kitchen The home I I.* air conditioned throughout and heated by
of nub' of pntt.d.d toy*and mlru.
for, diurnal practice that a fireplace and g U panel ray units In view of the elaborate plan forMarco'
tin .! your own pnvaw anchorar taw few patient. willingto development, this property should appreciate in value 1(8,000, with

rverv ......IOUI hotnniU a dimtly on the .*t., fullvm submit to th..knife. purchaser to arrange Ma own. financing
...U..II..nd ...... by city utJilw. With the Ntpln' Amputation, 1 last ditch
measures to save a life af.to A REAL SPARKLER i I. the handsome t-* bedroom, updairs apartment for
\ city limit,JuM 5 minulf from .n".to.n hoppin a compound fracture. sale in Surfalde. one of Naples' choice cooperatiT. building, situated right on the

Fur even lot pwhurr, Royal Harbor wall build a were ronildered reason. Gulf of Mexico Carpet, drape and a large refrigerator are Included I I. the

\ Lmdifttdmk rr,. of charge Or if you prefer.contribute ably safe; mortality rate purchase price.DECLARE.

the mine amount....... the conMrurtwH ole *l>pHnmratf ranging from 25 per cent YOrK INDEPENDENCE by letting this duplex .* Third Street
*.r* prirtd from W.400 lo 119.900Dri to a harrowing 60Hr
within distance to the beach work for .
South, easy walking you It afford an
k- The loss of life
.. \ JJ. ".out and OT Royal Harbor lodist.k. 1841 following rent great even the ..Im.p..t ideal letup for an COlin who stakes to lire on one side and rent the other .
and turn muth on SUndpiprr StiwtTrlrphone Each apartment contains to bedroom, luing room dining room and electric kitchen
\ surgery ass largelyattributable combination. and a large open porch Roth aide are folly furnished escept for
/ mqulr_ Call Alan FMterorntul te the soy the current ...er'* personal ponieaaiom in the south apartment Clock with
atmse. ..r Ernie Blod".' t a( Mld'.> J.4TU railed "hospital diseases" ui fer further detail about this income producer
or tour Uirite Real. t..... Broker tetanua, gangrene, blood
pomonlng and erlpelsa.

which Dr Liater ran unchecked inhered In until the Wd1ei 4e4ueJ'G4i
/Ie(
era of anliieptic surgery,
'j _.\ safe and thoroughly
pleasant little operation I J.

1" "I 3LJ903I PRESCRIPTION to drop la at NAPLES SHOPfor /e lr4 0

I prescription, Preacriptiona .
your
.f say nature .; 305 5th Ave. South-Midway 2-2124 .

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"Wbllf Young People Dini" Dutch Girls Travel Widely Sunday. June l', mi l OLLItK IOIM:' M I R ,


Berv 1 Thompson Wins Promotion I
Youth Clubs Following Modeling Career -
Hold Little EnchantmentFor
Beryl! Thompson 23. son of battalton'a KHrti Transpo
OUfert \outturn I I'f "I 1 hive a friend" she s.>id tn Mr. and Mrs, Leslie S.Thompson Company" near NMnnhein.
,reyce \rslM and Juanita her whl! isp*>rlnr vol.' 'who I* ifaihloi of Everglades, WM promoted He entered the Army u
Teen-Agers Who Crave Variety Gt.un. two of Netherlands: ,' designer I wll' flail with to private first class June 9, ember 1963 and complex'
while uslg' .1 to the lilac training at Fort Jackson, .
top models, chatter swat In her then to the World'" Pair tn'
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Transportation Kattal'on
In Ger- The 1968 Everglades
Dvtch about problems Id.ntt..alwltll make a film"
By Eugene Gilbert many. School graduate was a I
President Gilbert Youth those of models th* world luantta. who has teen\ odel-. T/llmlpaon ore rseat.tnr.e lISt mental fisherman before'
Research Inc. oter.N'etght.vutehing. Inc atc it* WM four and here Frebruary, Is a mechanic In the Ire the Army.

Such organlratlons as the BUN perfectingthe worked with BaleftrUn. and 1 \'eSt -,._-- ." ,.--- -- .
Scouts, Ctrl Scouts or Campflrt debutante slouch and being I cutest will also star In the
Ctrl don't hold at murh attrar- verb ftlfkx about the proper: film and ha* modeling commitments Read t the: \Want Ads

lion for today's teenagers ai makeup before photographs: for Dutch firm In _
many adults suppose. of vital Important" the cm.\ lf I like II, perhaps I
or the 1387 bovt and tfrU .'e In America t Ie offe prevleus will lust) sttv," she. said.

recently questioned only 13 percent of clothes to be shown liter Ir \'trmut'tI the woman of the dI"\.II\:: ll/i'nn Wc.r/'C'r
are now rnfmhers of scoutInj v Amsterdam. Jovr was .it world. JtMMU, whore horn Is ,
or similar organisation, yy\i Y sparkles berau Ih.', to scat In Rome, caplttMicps constantly, Presents
Another one third had delimited here for a month with little time off except for
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to such groups at one time and --- '''lIn". Her parents maintain an I
the remainder had nil siwh experience COll\IOt S. Ohio UPlt. apartment In .\m.Irdantor her
with the orifjnlfatlnns. IvI tempting lo recover a tuna o".r. when she l I. there.
due ,',k. Juts, Oliver
ol'
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'ove, whose famllat firs: }
The greatest nunilier-71 pct C 'lur's Public lihrarx. ,
r.nl-llt those who now >>elimi( to Pai ',irtnue branch tele- oppose I her modeling career,
these (crimps have trees mciiil>TS ph.m,',I .i I'Jr'n', hum. sail then are now proud of her
1 for over me vear. Among\ those But the rail,"" '* sachet Miii work. Though she modelelegantcotiturlrr 4
r who l elonif| to suih orKanl- he wi ildn't, be able t. get in fashions, and sleek "
touch directly, ith the library, suede I ': : ."
tattoos In the past the iiMTau'fJeneth wear she tmiillx Is t '
explaining: "He kan't. He' in .
her own dresinuker. .
. : of riu-mlMTshlp was else the Ohu> Ptnlltnll.r '," t r. t I
Their modeling have
careers
one year. The hook that hues Oliver .
Half of the IHIVS and l girls who .td\s, given thenntim: travel mile.
('ii null nilNXriitlns t I. hll' 1..1.11..1I..lltt'r caught "The Poser of Fomtixr .i
were smuts nil,ilro"! the .. Thinking'" Both lrU! took part In fashion: :_
cats! rank or Its ccliii vs lent, anil, groups' 'bw."isc Hullfrlcmls l U n s e I o'liulwln, 18. "(1 partl(.tinted. In ", utlnc r>r -- -- shows|i flan; -,'\vin 1.----: J..
almost Hll-78 |MT I rut-felt the |1..lnt..1.| I Inlllxtlllf. K\, serelre1nbt and attained first- .. I
effort was worth while.Mmv ".' friend i>f tnliic liruiiicht, me !KltliM. "'1"". 1C nf Paler class rating (are dad! they had '"
uf the !IHIVS Mini girls tci several .if. his meetlnits, ( .1\1 \fnU-s I...1.IIr.... (,'/llIr.. "111'Mksfut the o'piirtiinlt\| In learn the new .4 '...

jolntfl' l sr'outliiK org.tniy.stir| iit !... Glenn, Melds. 1C. of 110111',1. in nix' when she si\s she skills and sublet'tt. + In The MooringsA
taiise of |1..rl'lIlall.r"'IlIr., '. Corm left IXM'insc 'lulis didn't "I 1 think It helped! me tu learn "
"My older sister wisu stunt Andre:inna (,'1..11.) IG. ufllllhliiiil sown tn nffi-r urn limn' evlttincut *- to get long with other girls and w ,
Home with two tremendous bedroom
unit I. niv ini'tliiT *'.is tin ".".I-r." l>.uk. \.l.. VMS eI'tliH'l nr Intcri-st. that ilMu't\ I learned to tin ""\I'rallhlng.," .t" quality
s7vs Curol Cnsdorrt,17.' .f Cant I.IHIIIS. hhi 'hid i'row! III'|> 11 lth ttii truiip' !11"1'1'1' ...JKar..n Hld\. 16, of Terre wings separated by spacious living, dinIng -
HIM, !PH., I'xphlnlni, wit' shejolncil. rl"VI'.1| | | mi, Interest In sen Inl!:..,." Haute. Ind.11111111I. { and Florida rooms designed to accentual.
Crf-oriff. M:itlilcsi.ii. |1'7. IIrWIIIIII" SlinitliiK." Tin srlllll'lIrk: |, ;t1l.1| rural|' niton \\' Musser. 17, of Camp freedom of space and overlooking a beautiful
,'\(. Minltiilii, (':male Minx: "f tln teens si\ (hl'\ ship nt niiMnir mil ..Imll..r "I'> Hill. Pa., wilt "I was taught yard completely'! landscaped for privacy The
stint slinph, "\U' f,Itlll'I' mule: putt| (his n oririlllritliuis: l iiiisi.; uiiilf.illniH Is Iti-il |im,im' uf many lessons for consideration kitchen and laundry Is completely equippei
met' with the finest Frigidaire appliances The
1 I r .,,,hln'l krep up lthsiiiiiiliiK 'h liihs.
mate in comfort is assured by reverse cycleair
t'OI.1.0Wt,1I l t'lutSIIS mil tin ..,1rlI'lInlt-"I..r "It I.M<'hfs quilltlfs nfl.>.id-r>
Others Iteiaini-: inrinU. Ir ,nthides. In si'hiNil.,! sus/ ship and Ifirnlnir tn Ihe .lthotlhr conditioning The transition from formal to
Less PrivilegedLearn Florida Is effected gracefullyin
-- |pegde.| rays Fleming simpler living
hlrCl'16ud l. 17 ..Atlanta. Ca. this charming spacious home beautifully
"11\.> Girl Si'tints taught you GroomingAt wr decorated by fine carpeting and drapes whichare
',: The AC.HCX With ftriontl S.rvic t ninny t hi nits! and It gave me a e included in the equitable but firm priceof
thanto exprt>xs! myself Free ClassesGilbert r $31,500,00..Alnnetfe.
I IA freely" says: Beth Kuhn, 10, of vi
I.enuiMw, Pa, % *'
.,....,...bl. .C*<>C7, ropen- Youth Service
Ibis for prot.ctinf you your Teen-age girls with money In C c e.i.Io .
family, homo and butinoMgiinit COMPL.\1NTS IVireet, ,
orory Innrtbl threat The must lormnon romolalnt.ilKuit their pockets ran easily avail .w .. -- -J -
of low of through a planned program these groups *as that there themselves of a hair stylist when Joyce Versteg and Juanita Clesen share some of (ho same Q I2S Eighth Street RouthMI 0
protection guaranteodby want to look their best,
companiM. of onquMtionodAnaneial ms nm enough( sanely 'tn they problems of young girls everywhere, despite the fart they are 5.6571 and MI 1.4570
l, atrtngtK mitlfs. If they have no money two of the i Netherlands top models.
"Fvcri: >ar w e did the same but plenty of confidence, they can _. ----------------h.---
tiling," nays Ellen Frankol, 15, sign up for free Saturday classes coloring firm has launched-a ; $;'Jht ;
r of New York, Cltv. In charm and beauty at many program which brings experts on .! ,II'JlI; II'1? ; -

ilea' > 1 dtt, l'i! nf Silver, Mil., department stories acres the |his* lubj..rtl-and. many morewlght by fURNITURE FAIR
t Z I ail I IIS U.IIt( !It'I'tiS2 c: j vi'lutl: ; l imijililnl of manv, say.lug. r.Puntty,..o".t, 1 Into the...ronomlraMy. as4h4tif
But If lack both 'rhanrva et
they ,
trc. "the adult leadershlp'was deprived areas where these girls
5" A..... kerbPh. illsdrginlwd.\ Several other are they'll stay In the ugly duckling \
.. 1.5143Ngl.s phase bewildered, even live.In
for
l I..IIMII.Im..d\ poor leadership cooperation with many
'1erWeL
tlielr liiss of Interest downright unhappy public and private agencies devoted ...
Most of the Young people who To reach these girls, a hair- to helping youth (such as

the Y.W.C.A., city departmentsof
recreation, and welfare councils .
). The program leaders have ;
begun with the obvious of better- \ f *

styled hairdos and more careful r s

grooming cart, and gone on to it'l 7iNEWLYWEDS 7-fJtt.
V set up talks on jobs higher
education, dating and family relations
Under the title Teen-Ag
Leadership Program hundredsof
attafarttonnr girls have liken the course In' ,
such titles as Miami, phlladeU

c phi I a, Atlanta, Milwaukee, You can do "'
( Chicago and WashIngton

r In each city, the project I Is without mostanything
given an Individual name. In
uarautrrb KAlwauke*, It was called "let's but
Really Live In
Chicago, "Stopthe ,
t
World-I Want to C,t On," the right kind.n,
lJ and In Miami, "Your Future I."
At (he end of the course, each or rest
girl Is given I certificate and

bark l Teen-Age Leadership pin
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_- :, Hr'i why more and/ more couplet Ire furnishing
..'* no fine print In this (guarantee Your .a\illlC" are iiiMirrd Naplen: Federal IN-.( ;, .r w 1 with Silly Poturpdlc/ It gives good, firm support
Ian tltc Federal a\ illjr" and Loan ln.iiranrp Corporation. Not one penny lia* t\rr l been HOLLANDSALLEY br 1( 1'" 'J( .. ...'It dlgn In cooperation with leading orthopedic

toot in the( It.irt. -year hilor. of rrderal-chartered. >a, inE) and loan a"*oriationillidraH ... ,r rr'd """-.t: .,... '. aurgeons. New Duro-Edge border wire prevent
1 -tr sagging edg"lnd *itnd* comfort from border to
1r a! v' .. !: ,. : It border.Choose ednfirm. or0entiyfirm Poturpdlc

\\' }our **\inp* from Naplm Federal wlirnf\rr you desire in prreon or l It\. INC. .. "", .. both ar* beautiful new Starlight Sateen cover,

mail. .And you hilly br *tirprii>nl at lions much more jou*,r rated than you hall tliongjit.Sa 9eftsloat r Start with the beat today I

\ inp* arrounU at ;Naplr Federal h."a of /Ero"inE''rll! ? Rrraiii jour fating ISO 5th AVE. S + Full or twin site $79 O
work for )ou-collecting,; earning compounded Inirr yearly, And. inridrnt.ilN. foci II/ NAKES FLORIDAFurniture Matching foundation/ aims price

bane a flood: ferliiije/ knowing that while your caning-i\ : dad been working; for you it lia s SPECIAL lRIDU' OnRI I

ali.o \been working for use betterment of Collier C.runty contributing to the rrononi Com*'In tar yew tear tf*wr "InformitlvtM. ntwkookI I
and (growth; of hue arra. h [ ."Camfllt..4 i....ty for Ih*."dtoom".allaIIl I
Rugs, tae NmiM ,m. at *nhr ne

Gifts Accessoriesand
You are. it dor* make II difference where you f".i \ ,
Objets d'art NOW! EXTRA LENGTH POSTUREPEDIC AT N3 EXTRA COSTNow

not to be foundelsewhere. /c < can buy the utra-lonj Poilurpdlc, S Inches longer, 'for the sam prlc $*TQ 50a
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AGAINRobtrt I Taylor find Barbara CARRIED AWAr-When a horse-In this case, the great Carry Back-retires from
with saving
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I across anow-covarad countryaida. in tha Mongolian Paopla Republic Camels ere Important THEATER I INTERLUDE Actress 'Ingrid Bergman and her husband Swedish tall will hoot from depths of this cllt-cur.-tnt tuba at
I I beasts of burden in the rgmol.land aandwlchad between the Soviet Union and Redj Chin*. producer Lars Schmidt,Intaraatad spectators it prtmitrt of I Frincoiit Sagan play In Peril.rz Aarojat.Canaral rocket tnt site near Sacramento Calif.

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again over Hollywood( where they're busily making films at top tempo once again. With
HIGH I E L A. T I ION Thara no mistaking" Cornaliua EMERGENCY MEASURE-A nurse should ba able to cope with moat situations all the American beauties around, why the "imports" such as, from left, above: Claudia
T. Millar'a, jubilation upon completing' studies, for degree at and Susan Wilkinson wanted to be seen 'in the elate p'ch"l.' She used I wastepaper basket Card male, Elke Sommer and Britt Eklund Again, simple economics: Roughly half the
of American films harvested abroad and like to their home-
profits Europeans see
I 'Indiana/ University P.S. Ha a Big' Tan high jump champ to add to bar height at graduation, of the Toronto General Hospitals, School of Nursing. are
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Bay area, is nearing completion. Designed by Kaiser Engineers for East Bay Municipal dominates the foreground in the pictured view of the twirling so much that, after graduation he is going to make it his profession. Robert
Utility District in Oakland, the dam is 2,100 feet long and 330 feet high. The reservoir, Jodrell Bank England radio-astronomy center The 125- Courtright June graduate of Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, and a prize-
which will impound 22 billion gallons of water, will start filling in the falL The dam is foot Mark II will be the first computer-controlled instrument winning drum major and baton twirler, was able to work his way through college teach
located on Bear Creek, a small stream that flows through a narrow valley and terminates of its kind. It will lend able assistance to its brother scope, ing his skill to high school and college girls. Now he'll open a school. In this photo.
in San Pablo reservoir the Mark I, seen in background, right. Bobby Is showing, Bonny Keuentz how to execute a half-leapIN .



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I Sunday, June 28, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7BSMASH
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ORNER B* MARION SORENSEN I

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The duties of the president of this week for the men. Using have a "face IIftln,". The re
the league are clearly definedin games of 193.203.226:! he tossed a juvenating process will begin July
the WIBC and the ABC Rule 622. Harry Sauchelll listed a 591.
books, One of them Is that he 213, Fred Sheets 579210.205,Bob 20th.Everything In the bowlers circle :
shall preside at all the meet. Steele 577.225 and Leon Snyder will be new.-settees, ball returns -
Ins of the league's board of 551.208. For the weaker sex?? score projector units etc
directors. Another, which is very Judy Crlnkenbeifer fired 551. In the back tterw1ll be new I TOWERS I
Important Is that the president 223, Juanita Snyder 544.192,Edna plndlcator signaling units, 11
must verify the bank balance Simpson 1134.191. Melba Cornell sweeps and distributor conver
monthly. "Verify means that 524.191, Jeri Jerabek 518.180 and slons units which will stop about
the president will not only deter. Lucille Lord a 475 set. Bill 90 per cent of all break down rtite,h .
mine the amount of money on Jones came up with a 223 loner, and miscellaneous calls.
deposit but also will do a little Ken McConkey 218, Earl Cannady The lanes will be closed July
arithmetic to see how much mono 195, Francis Lord 196, Russ Gay 20, 21, and 22. Reopening will 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD /
ey shall be there. If the presl. 191.190, Jim Croak 191, Rea Da. be July 13rd. Watch for an,,
dent does not do this he, or she, vis 173 and Linda Sauchelll 172. nouncementl Direct '
the Gulf in The Moorings
may be disciplined by the asso. Ethel Jones converted the 5.8.10 CONTRACTORS-. corlng hon. > on
elation and the national order. and also had an all spare game ors for the week go to L.V,.
ABC goes a little further Into of 182. From 78 points allowedthe Shields with a 563.210. D.J.
detail than does WIBC but It you Mark Mlssers have 44, 3 Salmon rolled a 554.211, Robert
are an officer It would be to strikes and a Miss 4JV4. Pin. Smith 553.194 and Tommy
your advantage to learn what Is busters 40, Bowlers Four 39Vi, Thompson 550.199. Vaughn IIpl al'0
expected of you and follow your Big Four 38'/4 Guttersnipes 38, Shields produced a lone 201,
.. dultes specifically. If you do not No Taps 37 and the Hook Masters Chuck Field 198, Ed BUlceml and ,
r do so, you may be In Jeopardyas 30V4. O.B. Osceola 195. .
, well as placing: your league BROOKSIDE COUPLD. The T.V. LEAGUE ..Kay Hier shota 3.
In the same position. Strikers had a 1245 set with Mary 507.197 to lead the field. Cert < .
Armbrust having a 547.201 and Dunn came up with a 480.167
BROOKSIDE BOWL Hub Rans a lone 201. The Jay and Fay Hatcher 459.168. Peg
Satu\liy, July 25th, will be Hawkers reached a 1206 with Hood recorded a 180 single, Sue I..d
Tommy Turtle day at Brookside. Monty King's 218 a big factor. TUlman 155, Vera Zwicker 150, ,
Tommy Is one of the leading mon. Gene Dye fired a 214 for a 588. logs Gill 153, Kay Bernard 145 '
er winners of the professional Ike Wolford listed a 200 single and Susan Anderson 148. I ''' I
bowlers and Is only 32 years of Mary Kline 169 and Louise Wol. MIXED MAJORS..Leadlng the ttt'I'' '
age. He Is one of the most pro. ford 163. From the 24 points men was Jack Hatcher 570221. -
mlslng bowlers in the ranks of listed Rascals and Pin Pluck. For the ladles it was Lll Mil. HIT-This is no music critic: expressing himself
the ers are tied with 16 taken ler 530.192. Wes Henson fired
pros. with hammer. It is the latest thing in Paris night club
Bowlers are now rolling in Sandspurs 14,Bowlers?and Foul- a 565.196 Huble Hart 560.188, GULF TOWERS demonstrates in countless ways imaginative
open play at Brookside In an ers 12V4 each, Pinheads and Tex Kaverman 564.198. MaryJo acts. Bernard Vincourt shatters a small piano in two
effort to either bowl with the Strikers 12 each, Mountaineers Glbbs listed a 494.177, Dot minutes 15 seconds, via the college stunt method. ._,. planning, inventive convenience, engaging
pro or against him and a part. and Jay Hawkers 11 each, HI Donelson 482.171, Helen Henson decorative flourishes a way of living that will yield
Jinx and Gutter Dusters 10 each 480.174, Martha Vanchura 470 f
nor, as well as for cash prizes. ,
and the 7. continual delight. During the past week this Series
There are both scratch and hand! Sandbaggers Terry Murnan 435. Pop Boyd ,
cap divisions. The high scratchy EARLY BLOOMERS-TheSnap and Ev Baldwin each came up has attempted to acquaint with Gulf Towers from
team really did some with ... 9 you
and high handicap winners will Dragon a 212 loner, Nell VanWyk .
compete as a team against Tom. close bowling maybe it was a 210, Gus Seaberg 209 and the 2. below the ground up and, further, to convey the charm:
my Tuttle and the fourth place case of follow the leader. Cindy 7.10, BUI Jones 207, Carl Arm. "WHE.NSWEDES' and
amosphere of muted that is
magnificence
a part
handicap winner. This is open to Brisson listed a 490, TerryMur.nan brust 192, Gene Till man 190.
all male bowlers in this area. 489 and Mary Jo GIbbs 482- Red Lord had a 191.twlce. Bud of Gulf Towers. An invitation to look at living in a new
You may enter as many timesas needless to say they took all Hall 196, Mike Pike 192, Ann 0
desired. points. Marie Weaver came up Fuller 171 plus the 3.7.10 con. perspective to see it in bright colors, bathed in sun

Further inquiry may be madeat with a 465.182, Patsy Robertson version. and wrapped in tropical beauty, will be extender
the desk. 457.157 and Ida poyer a 456.
Betty Geltz had a 176 all by It. SET DUCKPINMARK STEAM you shortly.
self, Barbara Soil??? 167, Lou. .
J.C Bowlerrma ends July 6. WARWICK R.I. (AP) The
lse Wolford 160, Judy Storter .
It is l,S-6-9 tournament w.hdcp.and mixed doubles team of Maureen L -
159, Belvla Allen and Louise
It Ii tor a worthy cause. The :
156 Gilberts of Hartford Conn., and
Kline 151. Irene Belavek
prizes are grand and glorious. and not to let her better half Howie Hampton of Manchester,
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GULF SHORES Wimp Johnson set a world duckpin bowl.
outdo her also converted the Conn.
took the honors for the nlte with ins record recently in the New I GULF TOWERS SERIES NO. 10 I
his 587214217. Buck Perry total. 4.6.LADIES COMMERCIAL England tournament They bowleda
ed a 555.202. Nate Hunt and El.
180 game was popular as you 370 game en route to a 900 CLEANS
vln Townsend each reached a 222
series.In .
will see I Vlrgle Hutto took the I
single. Guy Osceola posted a 213,
scoring honors with a 502.180. the second game Mrs.
John Stull 210, Art Allen 204Buck
Ann Davis came up with a 487. Gilberto totaled 195 and Hampton
Buchanan 203RobMellne7)201) Technical engineering, creative' design, quality constructionwith
L Ed' 174, Mary Armbrust 495.180 175 for a combined score of .
Harroun 200 Tex Mills Mar. .
Elaine Sheldon 471.180, Barb .,." ..' these basic elements of
f vln Llghtner and Leon Snyder 191 370. It better the listed mark superior craftsmanship are /
and Don Blankenship 190. Out of Hayes 466.175. Bettye Hover. of 360 posted by Lillian Russell ; : '<; Gulf Towers. From the tropical foliage from the impressive .
456 Wanda
listed set.
man a .
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and John both of Bain
t 24 polfctn Townsend Produce has Rice tossed a 180 loner Nena Oaiie porte-cochere from the dignity of the reception
19, Mixed Grocers more. :
1'7. Wimp'sTexaco
16, Firebirds 13, stand. Ellis 167, Ruth Weatherly 156, -- YOUKGUARANTEES lobby from the gaiety of the club room and sun-
Joyce Cothrun 165, Vivian 1(4,
ard Oil and Gulf Coast Motors Ruby Lind 159 and Mart.Shulti splashed pool and patio to the cloistered privacy and
12 each, Yahl Brothers 10/ ,Kwllt 154. FEleh self-contained serenity of each apartment-home This,
Chek 10, Boat Haven 9V6 Naples
Floor Covering 9, Pauls Texaco 1o r t { then, it Gulf Towers.
5 and Police Department 3. PINE LANES m hi 1'4i '
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MIXED CLASSIC..Paul Crick. Gene Till man, manager an. eT .
enberger has the scoring honors nounces that Pine Lanes will I I

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The continuous flow of space between indoors and outdoors

.#; harmoniously blending relaxed living with the glories of

nature the spaciousness that constantly stimulates the
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spirit to experiment with individual Interior decoration .

HE, the efforfkn case of housekeeping fostered by astute planning

1a' 11' "' choice of materials and beautiful essentials that en

rich rather than embellish a comfortable home This,

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rare tropical plant blossoming on the beach, Gulf Towers

'HE'LLKILL reflects the beauty and bounty of the lush landscaped

greenery, the tranquil blue water and the white sandy

shore a total composition of tropical serenity.


This Deaullfvlly leite'icepee' three ...o'reaM, ewe leek. heme le altered
f"rIl.hed I ( .>c.pt (er ..me ,.,..nollt.s ) .e. figure the will leave I
yew pleotontly surprised Lecaree' ana ef enljr thirteen reeldantlal
beastliest reile'entlel lees In the whele .f Vene'erbllt Beech nrrrened ALL
-In pool and patio' .
100' wide by. .",.."u.I, 21$' In e*.pth. Well elevetee1 I.,. Sprinkleryttem : "If this be tropical, I

levlth planting. Circular driveway, paved. Flee tile reef. A It is to bear."
..,. ,.. easy
garege with ebunJent eterege spice, .h., Terrene flee Built-
In eppllancee In kitchen. W. repeat, this ter,. le priced at e mail real- '... '
Idle figure. Te !espies this fine aiampla at Merlda living at Its belt
I John LaFarge
Call U. Par An Appointment NOW.


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very comfortable house in Naples' prestige location. Reasonably priced, SWEDE'SMOBILESTEA'

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 26, 196e about, you are required to have r
life preserver aboard for: I)
every passenger; 2)) only passengers
who -annot swim, 3) only
children under 10 yean of age

Quiz to Test 14. The g eatest width of a boat
is referred to as: I I') gunwale, 2)
beam, 3) thwart ,

.U. Installing a lower pitch propeller
BoatKnowledge on your outboard motor '
will likely: I) .increase, ; engine
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rpm: 21 decrease the power, 3)
give you riots pulling power.

16 When pulling: two water (; tYd71z the
skiers beh'nd the tame low boat: man
.. _. I II) lighter skiers should have s :
:ri : a shorter tow line; 2)) all tow lines
/ ," should bt the same length, 3)) ', ;
; f' one tow line should be at least .
< five feel shorter than the other

17 The most important consideration ,
when buying a boat is: I II) : behind the
its color, 2)) its intended usage;
3) the material of construction

18. Of the equipment for his 14-
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foot runabout the man in Figure "
2 Is required by law to have : :
4. aboard: I II) an anchor; 2)) life .
preservers, 3)) a spare prop miracle

19, Boat fenders are valuable: I II)
to ward off underwater obstructions
2)) as an aid to boarding, ,
3)) protect the boats hull when
lied at a pier, .
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20 The best indication i of a good i'it I "J'
boatman iv i : I ) the cost or his > .. turns pastures into playgrounds..fields into factories ry
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boating rig, 2)) the frequency of :

'! his himself boating In and: 3))around how he hit handles boat. : '; ?'.. .and dreams into realities. as he and the 3,500 other

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'f (OZ'C) ((6" 'l'UI'tl : .. .
ujosu| I (gl'ZUI'Z(9l) : ) : :'C ? ';i ). build new worlds for a better tomorrow at
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,4 ''Z fLl) '{ (9)'t'I: ((6)2: (.I) ? \:' ':f! Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates.
:'ff( ) '{ ((2)1(1):! ( I ) :UIMiUI |tug ,'ilt. "

n : )j ,: i He operates Florida's mightiest fleet of earth moving

Good Boatmen Take ..,' "..'.y", ,J:f1 '
machinery (valued at over $4,750,000)) as he transforms raw,
Pride in Their Boats ,f f' .

Figure I One of the best marks of a virgin acreage into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing
I good boatman it the conditionof

ssra his equipment. Boats should at Golden Gate Estates..into a modern, thriving communityat
be kept clean inside and out and ,

hey should be kept dry. Remove Coral both the Florida Gulf Coast.
Cape
water from the boat with a on
pump, bailing can or sponge, or .
open the drain cock when Iii.
on a trailer. He represents the $10,000,000Gulf

A chamois aboard will come American has already spent to
In handy in wiping, moisture off
deck and and
hardware fillings
Is also a good article to use in improve its properties
wiping dew and water off teats
and varnished surfaces, accordIng and the millions of
ssaasraasr.aarrss.aM to the Evinrude Boating '

+ I try Foundation dirty water When, the film a boat will it have usedIn ;;,! additional dollars

to be cleaned off the sides of the .
boat with a detergent or gentle it will spend in the
I abrasive cleanser after the boat ",,,
is taken from the water
future to complete

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f wr Many persons who have not
handled one have the misconception
that a boat can be maneu
vered and stopped as easily as an J
automobile But the boat has
no brakes The new boat owner
should practice landings and
leaving of docks as often at pos
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I'very houlm.m should periodically the weight low use the hands for ItO; FLIPPER \ ift
riTre'ih bin memory on boating support and step ubo.ird as nearly THE ,
I amidships as possible 3)) t '""t t
refill ilioni, "rules of the ; jump II," ( SKIPPER
ro.ij." ho.ning voiubul.iry\ end into the boat SAYS:
other information pcrtiuninj 10
the use of hm oulfil 1. If your ourhoard motor will ;1 t THERE'SNO
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not idle properly It may mean: .
With this thrwiBM' in mind, the I II) defective spurt plugs, 2)) a \j TRICK t 1
Lvinrudc Moating Kounduiion her bent propeller, 3)) improper fuelmixture. )
prepared! a little refresher quiz TO SAFE"BOATING
(hat should bring ionic of these
things to mind! Horihee_pirlonho.inng 6. Your boat ha the right-of-w ay :
t
\ it should he a snap For when: I ) leaving a slip or berth q
Ihe novice will he might karri alI pier for open water; 2)) overtaking
another bout, 3)) another
MMimhing bout i II approaching your port .
On thin muhiple-choice quiz tide, D'
you will find more (hun one lor )
7. A built into
stn cture the water
real answer In nonce of (he quenIrons. -
on piling* or floats for use at a t1 0
In other there will be (only //1
one correct umwcr, If you don\ I landing and mooring place is } S 1
core al leust VO icnl. properly I referred! to as: I ) dock! ;
per you
hud! better do II tulle brushing up, 21) pier; 3)) slip

I lake U Power Squadron; course or I. The carrying capacity of your ; 4 : ir75
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consult wish other who know boat in best 1 determined! \by I) 5
the answers allowing (12: cubic feet of apacefor
r nI each I gear; 2)) the number of scan I ,
I Binding the emit of a line to 3)) the number of people who
keep it from unraveling It referred want to \board 0 : i
to n: I ) whipping, 2)) i ,
welding; ) ) knotting 9. The left side of tour boat,
looking toward the front is the:
2. If the two haws in Figure I I starboard,
II) 2)) item; 3)) port
maintain (their course a collision
will result The \burden of avoiding 10 In approaching a pier for a wJ w/ :
the collision resin with: I II) landing! .only a landlubber would: -""
the boat approaching the camera, I ) come in at high speed :) atop raw.,n. "ns. ,iw It t'" ., II ....,.
2) the \hoar moving away from his motor before he had completed ,..d .psyw. a wpmw'. ok" k'empwss rawtun4lma
the camera: 3) both, his landing; 3)) keep the W?Fhl'l'iSr' !IL,,ptve, ,M'5H. an aIM ..
boat under control "'' \awwl.GM nom.wet fnsmmw Hw
3. When proceeding through a ,. .. .
sup 4 Iht I I' teHH 1{.WKIMMIldftl | marked (channel I buoy marked II, Trimming a boat refers to: *..... >w >IHI .....' +Him l>.. _.ft,
with black! and white vertical I 1) r placement of cargo,
stripes Indicates: I ) an ohstruc :) /r'/t painting, i : 3)) proper location ws. Nae.
lion; 2) left tide of channel; 3)) of the windshield 'wsseww lilt. wwM. wan" .
mid-channel own ssaan. sea roc.,. wan.
I 12. A u ful.nolll"d! In joining ..ww. ww-IM. ...rata sure .
4. To properly board a small lines of different size is: I II) clove }
boat from the average.height hitch: :2)) bowline; 31)sheet bend. IU. j NATIONAL SAFE JUNE 28
pier I) step on the gunwale and
then down into the boat(: :21 I keep When operating, your .run I BOATING WEEK MY 4




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