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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: July 12, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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tO\lON) (AP Alfred

I Ir mil iiisi\v.. ,i Dittlsi tiller

iho shirked it .i I'.S.' All Fore

b.lae I i in..11 Munich' h itS, beets ir

retied on Nuspli'ion .it ei'[ In",.

0 Where To Get tin BillHh roivlftn Office -.h S.

$400,000Naples \ sKiki| >inun said Fudai"

igt IIld I PlllillllltUW was ti'kedup.

\Amoiiiau" oVtfcUMar,'hII

mi MI,|'|\1'1011 ol p.i i 1I11I"" lit

t"I'I\Iltl i to .1 l Communist IDMIlM'lIci1 .
Community Hospital, be a short sighted police shire cording to Joseph, Bertolainl, has 1111'\.1>I 1\ lUs) PJIIt'I' ipcjrd- 1111"111'\< .

the only hospital In ColllerCoun.ty then \\lUhavetobepiovliliHtsi adininUtiator. Although tho dos. log this Ilill.Hmton aid with the TIIII xHtki| >Hintn 5.1 iii IlIr'htn,

is\ facing dilemma whlrhthe er or later and b>' that time r'0>1\. pltal Is not eligible[ for HllUDur. Florida DiH'lopnuut" Coiumls. sash ins 'in','ii held fit i blunt
for beds It Is ell. lion, alt lie request, t to ether
doubtless hill .
costs ton ,
ruction '
money
board of trustees hopes to re ti tell \\liili u'i nun iinlli f on.tlniit
solve satisfactorily so that the have risen even further It is glble, with an "A" priority. (orJovernml'lIt with |1laami\ necessai for. 1 1I\'Ktltr,1 1101111. No Irlaldde
'alto assistancetoprovlde mallllpti, \Mil ,co fiom Micro to ,
economic
and
construction of the new Tower more practical lid-. 1"" .I.
Building and the accompanyingstub build these areas during the a portion of the cost of the dla. the \IVpiilmcut or Health, Kil.ucatton se_

1 T.wlnj will proceed accord. Initial construction phase. gnostic facilities\ including X. and<1 Welfare\ In W aslilng.ton .

Ray', laboratory,physical therapy t.losnnvI"AII l lull'' piIlllki <
Ing to the and plans
conception
FEDERAL HELP
It-eluu' tint tho "lili, >inma will .
and emergency room construe I llMMll .MNlkl 1 'ImUll' It
that have already been approvedby There Is. good posslblllU of be .att'lla\'ItII'l\( \ resolved. \ \ \.
.
tlon and equipment .1 i low ihin !'IIt'IllIstlll.I.ln.\: i, *,
:== :... :: the board. obtaining Federal matching funds
-- -' - ---- - final As the first step, Berlolainl, endive uimmtttpp of the hos. dun ipi'd I UN wtiiis. lou <'il the

1.., n.... _, ._ .._ The preltmlnaryestlmatefor tower build. through the Hill-Burton\ act, ac. pltal'i !lion of Triistfcs, at a pilot l b<> laud alit iH'it him till|
the three story
_. ., ..-. .. -.-- Ip'rlalll1l'l'lllIg i'PI Pntlj author.i west l ('inuumntst1"h i \ ii Iii 1..111
ing and the three story stub T. . . . . . . . I. ee . e . eeNaples' . . .i iced the audited, to proceed M. ,imil llu i,IM 'U'l" llu In,.uU'iil

............. ,. _,". M __ . ,..... wing, details of which were an. .i with the veiling drawings on the Till llliklM. Ul1> hilt
'l \ \1.1'l I
r """f' 'v : nounced In the spring, 1 I. $1,870,. |1'\' |
basis baS Md added
l of a \plus
111111.
r 524 This sum does not Include : Pulse :i alternates of HIP previously ap. Rl'MiVIII>' the III"'Ilk-lit, lll('
the cost of and equip.
furnishings
,\\Jns. the lime buds
ao. ... 6 i proved At ( ih11'1-I'lliill'it 1'w"|U IIIt'1| |/lest lanngdtiic
ment the fees of the hospital
or
Quiet ..i art lerplvpdtlipehtirelMiaidwlll .I till tin l'.Ilts "IIIi .
consultants, Dr. Charles C. Hill* .
I l 110
docldollrli will
alternates '
'\III ii'ii-h. ?nit .1 1 "I\II.\ :1'1'1'111I,11111 '
'.ilk:. ., man and Everett Smith Jones and Korach, and the of > accepted, The aC'I'I'tallce111' \ >1' I,

Please. .1. ...1fJ; architects : Beating Strong :* based on the amount of money' Use+tlt Mill, III hid Ul'll
MIami.
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Items addedth available at dial IIn\.. ilinikiiu: I I.. ill tad rl'r'tal, \ !
When these
are The bas hid will Inmiio thai wi-ll
lirni the |perm'l > wild the
Taking it easy is a pop- than total the cost l,671,000pladgedtodatIn Is about )400,000more If you had a finger on the pulse of Naples as the first fl.xn\ 1"1I11111\ go timid I ImttU doer ilMMIlli' al l clUHlcitutcMi

ular activity in Naples (thronf-li as milllni'd and that tdn into. i 1M"( iii *iiii' ever i
for the Chamber of Commerce statistics
the "Space' Program expressed by you second floui of tlit Tower Bnllil.thg .
Ills .
these days. An enterprising construction of the hospital'maJor would be looking ahead to continued good times will add, 50 1 iHxIs to the lios. i 111I1'111"|
NEWS photographer 4 1.'r The fro
expansion "Space"
Z pltal'ft present f>- lied capacity
caught these two gentlemen M gram, conducted In the spring of for the area.Chamber. Dim Smith, of the archllectui. I\M\StU6! (AptOII) i.\Mikiiw

obviously working 1963, had a goal of $2,000,000. activity drop-Ins and mail inquiries al firm, told the executive com.mlttee nl Ins uliiMl. ill 1.11I"' to

hard at perfecting their THE PROBLEMThe Is at an all time high, and Chamber boss Dave and liospltjl admlnlstra. id' 'p'mil 4200:: million in. t11PCl.lse' ,
.
MllIh.It,1I1 I Kink IH-I nisi the f(
tlon that the estimate technique. dilemma confronting the Pfaff predicts the Improvement In Highway 41 ,
52-1 hadJionll\ pfparwl with lun nl IHIIIHI Ins IHIMI |1,1.1.ill'
board of trustees over the $400,. and the advent of "Alligatoi Alley" will give even "great care" mil\ that a 10 per IMI, (hii'. Pirn.Arid hl.I l l klltt. theo
744 000 differential three pronged , ,
1 Aril U-UMII' its IIIII'"IIW.I.
cent allowance had U-en made t I
to the Naples pulse
greater vigor
Fares affair, offering these alternatives cover the higher building ('OltlIn An iirii. lab l hi tln It'.itni'H IN.

County I j There are many ways to judge the pace of a this ares of Florida. rat'I IM".U. i ill In tiilil .. 11'

tl" (1) CONTRIBUTIONS. Only 1 1.. !1 city, Pfaff notes, and the Chamber activity is only |xiitii' llu. Uink (tail l issxlbtaia|

Well In State 600 persons, some of whom ware and MORE "SIIEI4JNG" 11,10", I In,. i in1 It 'i cIn( HMIIIIn
Y'y 5 not residents of Collier countY'j'' one. "But judging solely by what WII can see ,llirt unless the $ OOOOO Is ( .iiu III not I Iwhni',
took part In the ,I record, Naples is riding high and heading higher forthcoming from contributions, lip/ Ixl..ii'ltitf Iwiii IKHI.II.
3-Year Audit ,(ram. The county's population Is gilts nr otrtsld financing, ccr.

- - "-> .. _- . "-. _., _.,. .u. ._.,. now mot than 23,000 It U felt' la a hurry Pfaff said. .. tain.: nfeut 'way nava.iaJd! I' w'p ..

A state audit of Collier Coun. that many people, particularly 'YlsltPTf, poured Into 'Great gave August as the month leadingall "Ihplle fH Nbeymldthose which, MIAMI fAPVM'lins) .." "tn farm

ty'j finances for the last three Can WinIn new residents, would like to part er Naoles Chamber of Commerce others In number of visitorsto 'In the Initial plans were to Im a lime Cuban i' II(1 .ii IUt.1\

fiscal years has a generally fav. United Party iclpate In building an ujMo-date office In record numbers during the state July Is second, f>'c. reserved for future expansion, Unlit I lull I Cast t'' vin din!
orable tone. hospital, which would be more feels ember fourth, and March Is fifth floor of the
June, and Pfaff confidently Such ss the third i loKi'i., halts i hv .1 war lUll' ,d upprivet '
Covered In the 14 audit than adequate to meet the de. to this In the race claiming the most .
-page "There are more come, (Conllnmd nn page 3) I rcn'iilh In .1 i ri'HiRi" rofDM
which has just been received mands placed upon It by the stea. Is only the beginning." visitors Illllllll..

here, were receipts. and expend! November Ike SaysABOARD dy population growth of Naples A total of 1,328 people regls. The Commission reported 1, The tuluii HIM"tpsctnlilloii !In

tures of the County Commissionfor and the county. There Is, bow. (tered at the chamber office June 837,000 visitors to Florida In vile (ItrCF; ) mid It will null

the fiscal years 1960.61, 1901. ever, no Intention of organizing 5 and 6. This figure represents August 1963. There were 1,005, Bryant Sees No 100,000 letters tn. Cul"'l'XIIN,

62, and 1962.63. Total expenditures !, COP TRAIN (AP) could be a different plctuie reoreeted another formal fund raising cam. mostly the visiting Shrtners In 000 visitors in December 1963, untiiiR their i tint l' uutloii' \ In

In the audit period were -Former President Dwight D. before the election" palm; the pledges and contrlbu. town that weekend, but during the and 1,300,000 In March, ac. Duty To Enforce su< h .i mlllt.ii) for. .u.
more than $4,700,000 Including Eisenhower, recalling Harry S. The general was careful to lions would be on a voluntary ba month, total registrations reach. cording to tho records,
offices will ln
a $1,600,000 bond Issue to fin. Truman's 1948 upset victory, maintain his avowed neutralityin sis. ed 1,971. Recruiting
ance construction of the new says "maybe it can be doneagain" the contest for the COP (2) OUTSIDE FINANCING. "That's 210 per cent above NAPLES DIFFERENTThe Civil Rights opened' salt) Jump Mis, flue of
how. flvi- members i III l II fcr; : wlililironsidcrs
for Naples, ,
f government renter.i If the Republican party Presidential nomination. There are several possibilities, registrations figures in June, story ,....
ever differs from the state pat. llsi'll inxil" sir
The audit's general statement unites In a vigorous campaign. "An president has no bust including a mortgage or an F.H.A. 1963," Pfaff reported. ,
with this tern, but Pfaff had a numberof TAI.LAIlASSflAT! ( ) -GIIV firclliiillni' |HIIlint| InWMS It 111
taking position
ness loan.
says that "a sound financial ion. Continuing with statistical In.
Eisenhower talked with news.men for arris |Br> Jilt tilt, novtiiimi'iit In ">viln,
that faction he said "His reasons to account It says; state| not .1 i
ditlon was maintained. Finances or ((3) CURTAILING THE BUILDING formation, Pfaff said May reg.
while his
Friday night on lus
The Chamber's records show that mi more chili in diti.rrc I tin
business Is to be accessible and
were generally well managed. PLANS. This would mean Istratlons were 27 cent
to the party convention In up per ,. .
way new federal '
1,200 visitors registered at the dvll rUlils law
Budgetary control of funds was available to all of them. postponing the construction ind over last year, and In April Fires
San Francisco, office Inl December 1903. Visitorsin thou It IIUM tn r''11..1!l the li-di'ralnorne County
good." It also notes that some He said the outlook for Tru.man's EIsenhower said he had seen equipping of some facilities that, the Increase was 29 per cent. taxes,
1904 numbered
and talked with all the possible In of architectsand January 2,203;
the the
essential records were not kept opinion March flguers weren't quoted,
election "was
Under the heading of financial that the odds, I believe so, were poor GOP presidential nominees this consultants, should be built but In February registrationswere In February, 2,604; and in March "1 draft priipow b i nllKt! III.rllm" Stand At 139
In Mate
2 173: contrast to the
condition, the audit noted that 16 to 1 against him. But he up. year. now In order to meet foreseeable up 42 per cent over last taxi i and I don't prupow'
cash balances In operating funds set the applecart." "For the \life of me, I can't needs. To defer or curtail these year, and S3.S per cent In Jan. trend, the chamber registeredonly 1o nnlorcH lvll rights' ," sold, tinuvtrnor This
editors (01 visitors In June 1903; In n.\\11 mnli- > For YearThe
were adequate to meet cur. understand why some facilities and services would, uary. u n nr<
The former president, a two.
634 In and 850! In August
July
and columnists think I was board members believe 'rld.1)
rent until many ,
operating expenses cur. time winner, was In a reminiscent MAIL WAY UP
became available. weaseling or changing my posi (Continued on page 10) tlx month report of the
rent revenues mood as he held an Im. Checking statistics on mall In. lit* Hill asked nndi, whin'Ir.
tion" because he had not pub. forestry Service submitted by
Under financial management, promiitu press conference In to the chamber rum tajir<>.K lie mlhl; ask theCommunity
qulrles coming
llcly supported one of the can CommissionersTo A(list jut County Ranger Ernest
the auditor said that expenditureswere one of the three private cars he, office, he gave percentage in.creases Hi 1.1 Ijtlon* S<'rl<,' !
Bradley shows total of 119 fires
dldates. Exiled Teachers *
kept within the budgets and Mrs. Eisenhower and their par. last as whlrh will I lie. 111'11.1./, firmer
available resources, except that ty are traveling In. "I decry this belief that any Hear Tax follows) February over 64.3 year per cent; BroadcastsMIAMI Cov U'ros C nllliiN\ ,, In help in the county since January 1,
Start
the 1961.62 Interest and sinking one man, by putting his finger Florida with Its clfw rc'illonprnllfins 1904
lie said he believed President 79 :
March,74 cent.April per
Gripes TuesdayThe per : .
on this or that Individual, de. The report show Hut 2,048
fund budget was overspent by \ ,
Johnson rould be turned out
of 60.7 centand June
,
font;; May per AP-Exl1 teachers
(
of land burned
cldes millions of voters against acres were over
345750. Minutes of board office, although, "as of the mo. County Commission will 11 per cent He tabbed the small have begun broadcasting study "I 'don't adiripahe, illln": mi
"
their will\ Eisenhower Bald by the fire In the first half
meetings were "weU kept and ment all show the sit In second session as aBoard 11"11III liihtiine," Dry ant
polls Presl. The former president scoffedat a increase In June as somewhat courses to Cuba designed to ail) / of 1004.) Rainfall for the period
properly Indexed dent far ahead of any possible of Equalization at 130: surprising but accounted for it counteract Communist.Indortrl. said. Inches.
what he called talk that de was measured: at 14 1C
Purchasing procedures were nominee of ours." p.m. Tuesday In the CountyCom. by saying June Is considered a nated instruction given children lit sad fnf or lenient .of tin' ,
from under The' June r.tIIlI.,1J wan 11.08Inches
had the
Improved over prior years, the It can be done Eisenhower pulled rug mission room In the East Naples start of the summer season and there MM civil| | rights iJW- vlilrti Jwirrcated '
audit stated. Competitive bidding said Pennsylvania Coy William W. Government Center. the, C011I l1IunU' Idda.
have made In.
tourists already The courses In
geography,so.
control unit
Scranton when the governor re. The fire was calledout
requirements of law were observed '7f we have well.unlted par. The county assessment rolls qulrles. clology, civic, political economyand lions S"rvlc.-! a r.clf'rlll re. fires
was ready to get Into on only seven durlngtha
It added. Budgets were ty carrying the message effec. the portedly COP presidential race at for 1964 were presented to the Pfaff said statistics on tour. Cuban history are broad sponnltillit. nil tl at ifa'l I MI month' ,it June None was Urge,

(Continued on pare S) lively and decisively, there the Governors' Conference In board In Its first session held< Ism compiled by the Florida cast dally during 30-mtnute pe. Hit)' itior ,1 n dIll 1-1: fed'r11 all :(oven covering only 32 acres

Cleveland. last Tuesday, by Sam Coldlng, Development Commission, which clods, III.M
county tax assessor Coldlng
'1 never put a rug under
reported an assessed valuationof
him he said.
In count
taxable property the ]
that came
Another question
at $175,214,720, representing an
.
up was the conferen e Sen. Barry
Increase of about $10,000,000
..x Goldwater had with Elsen over the 1963 .......ment.Taxpay.rl /
Yy hower before announcing he
unable to vitI-
agree
would vote against the civil
a Assessor Coldlng on 1964 as.sessments !.
W rights bill because unconstitutional he regardedtwo may appear beft re i
sections
the Board of Equalization. There
EIsenhower said he told Gold. 1a
were no objectors at last Tue>.
water that If he were in the Sen.

ate. he would vote for the bill. day's meeting ; a



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v" -'-- I SAN FRANCISCO AP for some time tGolduater ,

Drafters labored today! over a and w.rer.t, r ;

platform likely\ to prove accept be changed unless the L'aa

able to Sen. Barn Goldwater, tlon took over and rldle, : : C
who next week will become the them. ir

GOP presidential nominee unless The confident Gold stet

4ke. there Is an unforeseen par pie conceded prh t.U -

ty upheaval. ton's was a relative!* true it.tment. :
,.
Supporters of Pennsylvania But the)' said II!

EARL G. HODGES (seated ) has been appointed Gov. William W. Scranton have wasn't anything he out: .

co-chairman of the 1961 United Fund Drive, andis fought a spirited but apparentlyfutile about it.

shown getting preliminary instructions from battle to undercut the In pr I val t rontretsallGoldwater !' Ir

General Chairman C. J. Copley. Hodges has beena mountainous delegate itren i is said to have e,'
the Arizona senator's strategists mated that he ham a rock.nottc,m

resident of Naples a number of years is activetn 'jelleve will\ give him the nom. 80 votes over the 6SS needed Tower from Second Avenue, North, to Fourth Avenuel,4.,1
busme and has devoted much of his time to tsaii THIS AERIAL VIEW shows where the
nation on the ilrst ballot the nomination He still ta
upmmunitv service Copley said he is looking for. Somewhat bitter) St'ranlonontencled additional 20 as a "...111I Building and stub Twinwhite space) will be North, and the hospital' main entrance will the be >'n-

ward to working with Hodj{ ?
(NEWS Dhoto) of the platform had been writ nulls expected munit)' Hospital. Seventh Street will be vacated enues. !(Photo by taws


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, July 12, 1961 l t .." ... Agriculture bepL .
:. ' : ji., ..,.,
: Cane
.
'''"i\". i:,.' ,;-,! ".<1"' ."" t.",'...., .,.. ,.0', .,'".,,.>ytb> Forecasts ,
j. .. I' ', ..llJi.= ... ::II!' .M,1II'L.1'':'''''' Increase
With Personal ' Tobacco
Agency Service Welfare AssociationIn ) """' '''l'r '
'
Naples : .f ,:.. \ WASHINGTON (AP)-The Ag.
,
',
forecast
Department
IA I riculture
Friday that Florida would pro.

dp.ndibU fmcy, r tpon.- Quarterly Business MeetThe duce 820,000 tons estimate of sugar cane
The was
ibis far protecting you, your this year.
family, horn end biwiiwM a r ? 6 l'4M based on a yield of 31 tons per
a.alNt usury (InnrabU threat Naples Welfare Assocla ed application had been made for acre on 220,000 acres.
of 1 ION through a planned program lion held a regular quarterly Internal Revenue exemptions for B also estimated that Florida
at prelection (,.,ant..d business meeting Tuesday and the Fun Time Nursery In the would produce 20,320,000 pounds
by _pan I.. of unquestioned heard reports from the treasurerand Carver area, and better noon of type U fliw-cured tobacco,
fknancUl -Idt' ,I t the budget committee. Dr day lunch Is planned for the pre. compared to 25,830,000 pounds

Francis Ford, chairman, presided school children. last year.
at the meeting Mrs. DeWllde reported that the An Increase was forecast In
.
Treasurer Mrs Kenneth closing exercises held May 28 ... the state's production of type 62
Taylor reported expenditures as for this nursery group seven cigar wrapper tobacco,5,740,000
follows Food orders, 2444.25; children were graduated and will pounds compared to last year's
iMiiimf UIKCT. .IK.CS2 for drugs, $371.24; to doctors, begin first grade In September. 5,148,000 potmds.V .
If'C $688.60; to the hospital, $89.88, Dally attendance runs from six to
Sib A..... Sevth and for miscellaneous services, 10 in the preseason months, and
,...". LSI41 $263.85. lumps as high as 30 during the
No,.lo '..,Mf.SPECIAL The Budget Committee's report -peak tourists months Parentspay
was presented by Fred Low. nominal fees which do hot C .
dermllk, which was approved by meet full budget requirements of k v.Il Y.4PLESCEATRE
association members and will be the nursery and a nutritious noon
..rarrta. rae presented to the Greater Naples meal.
United Fund in the near future. Officers of the nursery organ), '
LowdermlU reported, also, zatlon are; Rev. Joseph Foster,
on the budget committee's meet chairman; Dr. Ethel Trygstad! ,
( Ing with the Collier County Com.mlulonen vice chairman; Mri. Old Mae
last Tuesday, In Butler, treasurer; and Mrs. Ed t i r4+ Period Of-
which requests were made for In. Cope Smith, secretary. JULY I 12th THRU JULY IMh
creased food allowances for
county welfare recipients In the SUN.MON.TU ESJ
county budget next year. The Drunk Driving
current levels of $12 a month
for an adult's food and$4 a month Charge Filed -.. ....,."......,. ---. .- -"'" -.._- --- J-Peel MmUo Vic Lundi In

PURCHASE! for a child were recommended After Crash TWO NEW MODEL HOMES have been built In Big Cypress Club Robinson CrusoeOn
for modest Increases to $10 a Estates by Michigan Homes described as "entirely different" from the
month for a young child; $15 W.:;. Beckham.151214th Ave., model homos on display in The Moorings The 2-bedroom, 2-bath Mars

for per month a teenaged for an child adult.; and $20 N.. was charged by police with Kent model includes 1238 square feet of living area, screened porch, I
Intoxicated
Slightly Blemished Replies from other countiesin driving while and with and enclosed single garage. The second model, called the Arlington, Celer
the
a survey Indicated food orders leaving scene of an accident has 3 b'diooms, 2 baths and enclosed garage. The new models are
of $5 to $15 a week were given, following a crash at 9t37 o'clock now open to the public, said Sales Manager Fred Pauly. (Caple photos)
NATIONALLY FAMOUS Friday night.According.
sometimes In addition to federal WEDTHURFRISATURDAY
surplus food commodities. Also to police reports,
Department of Agriculture food Beckham. while driving east on
figures for low.income family Fourth Avenue South ran Intoa I County Realty Week So-So $400,900
BRAND NAME budgets were used for comparl. car parked In the parking area y' COLOR
son, Lowdermllk reported. In front of the Essex House on
These figures showed that a fa. Fourth Avenue. The parked car County real estate sales for Inc., to Clyde A.Thompson,Char. 271, Unit 2, Isles of Capri $5,
mlly of two parents and children belonged to Marshall Clark;976 the first processing period in lotte, N.C., parcel In Sec 18, 000; U. Curry Walton to Floyd
TIRESat ages five, nine and 13, for exam. New Circle. It July maintained an average pace. Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,100; Florida and Theresa 0. Summerall, Na.
pie, would require $117.95 per estimated Damage and to was Total for the period was $400,_ Sunshine Acreage Inc., to Violet pIes Lot 10, Blk 8, Naples Bet. Clyde Beattyin
at $100 the
month. It was pointed out that to 800. M. Williams, Springfield ter Homes, 1st Add'n., 7800.
'Collier County Welfare now pco.Vldes Beckham car at $150. Beck- The top deal of the current perIod Ohio parcel in Sec 19, Twp 51, Faber Hair to Howard L. Wick.
$30 per month for the ham was released on a cash bond with a sale price reported Rge 34, $1,300; Florida Sunshine ham, Miami Lots 42 and 43, PERILS OF
( Very Special Prices) family. Recommendation of the of $225 yesterday made Officer at $12 .OOO, was by Dorothy W. Acreage, Inc., to Tony and Helen Blk 24,Unit 2,Naples Park Sub'd, JUNGLEm111L
local association was a county C.E. Jones Investigation and Clifton C. Carter to HaroldP. lanne, Pueblo, Colo., parcel In $1,100; R.L.and Esther F. Eason, THE
boost upward to $75 per month. for the Naples Police and Glen M. Bend, St. Paul, Sec 21, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300; to William H. and Ruth I. Camp.
Sorry. tha to u.a manuflcturl'thl brand won't nlm..Nlowus Lowdermllk reported the county department. Minn., for Lot 69 and WV4 Lot Miami Investment Co., to Saturnine bell, Onaway, Mich., Lot 25, Blk
commissioners advised they In another accident Joan De- 68 and chattels, In the Galleon A. Puerto,San Juan, ".K., 52, Unit 4, Naples Park, $4,000; '
Op.n Every Night Tit 6:00: Saturday 'Ti$ 4:00 will study the proposals Potter, 4023 10th St.. N., travelIng Drive section of Port Royal. parcel In Sec 15, Twp 52, Rge Esta Dady to Walter C.and Ethel I 'THEATRE
on 10th Street Other sales of $1,000 or over 31, $1,200; Albert H. Waller to Burwtch, et al.Ft. Lauderdale ,
SAMPLE Or VALUE YOU'LL FIND NURSERY REPORT North, near with values taken from tax stampson Edward and Bessie Segarra Hla. Lots 1 and 2, Pettit Sub'd, $4,
750x14 BLACK Q Mrs. Eleanor DeWllde report k First Avenue North,stopped her recorded deeds Included the leah, parcel in Sec 6, Twp 52, 000; North Naples Civic Assn.,
$ .00 Flue Tn 'car In front of a car driven allowing: Rge 33, $2,500; Miami Gulf Land to North Naples Fire Control
Other U... c.m.lIlt prla.d.al. -------- by Chelsea L. Bass, 1227 12th F.C. Doctor to Jack and Mary Investors, Inc., to Charles R. Dlst., Naples part Lot 33, BlkA SUN.MON
,.. t. fit rust ten. I Ave., N. When Bass pulled Bliss, Naples, parcels In Lots Bolton, Miami, parcel In Sec Pine Ridge Sub'd., $3,500;
2-5722 around her on the shoulder of 20, 21 and 22, Elk 20, Tier 5, 21, Twp 53, Rge 33, 1000. Agnes E. Drouillard to Anne ''fttiUffiOlIMHl -
Midway S4t0LUFF the road on the right, she started Naples, 112,600;; Frank Halntl! COCONUT GROVE Sharp Naples, Lot 44, Rose. IAN HENDRY
;c,+1 to back up and hit the left to Holland T. and Mary J. Sal. mary Heights,Addn.,$8,500; Sor. ALAN BARBARA BAOElI FERRIS
QIJV a rear of his car. Damage to the ley, Naples, part Lot 12 and all Louis C. Thiesen to Forrest rento Gardens Inc., to EdgarL. DAMNED I r.-
LJn GMC INC. DePotter car was estimated at Lot 13, Blk D, Lakevlew Terrace D. and Agnes M. Sanford, Sr., and Hazel M. Willis, Naples,
$25 and at $5 to the Bass Replat, $13,500;; The MooringsDev. Naples Lot 15, Blk E, Unit 3, Lot 13 and part Lot 12, Blk PIUS SECOND FIATUai -
Truck Parts auto Co. of Canada, Ltd., to Coconut Grove $11,100;Conners D, Unit 2, Sorrento Gardens
No
one was and
-Service Injured no arrests Clarence H. and Mary J. Bur< Vanderbilt Beach Est. Inc., to Subd., $3,000; Edgar L. Willis, .. AMIMrA
were made. The acci- Coltewah, Tenn., Lot 20, BIk Henry W. and Eleanor K, Brown to James E. and Mary N. Bran.
TEMPORARY dent occurred about 11 o'clock Q, Unit 2, The Moorings, $14,. ,Pittsburgh Pa., Lot 7, Blk I, don, Naples part Lot 12, all Lot
838 9rd.Avis..North..N la ,_ LOCATION ? . Frld morning. Officer George 00j; Joseph 4V> Powers- It*A'.M. Onlt 2, Conners Vanderbilt Beach 13, Blk D., link 2, Sorrento Gardens ,
42I t Ninth St.. N. -" Daif fe? Investigated for the and Anita Chudnow et al, Mil. Est l $2,100; SoB.Allllldort.agt., SuM.T |21,700.r f
police. I waukeeV Wtd.'tbE! { fy' "Bile '3; to Cloyde M. Mullins, Naples, The Bro Corp., to Sebastian

-. -MNMN Unit 2> The Moorings, $85,000; Lot 13, Blk F, Gulf Acres, $2, Buscemi, Naples, Lot 1, Blk 3,
: .. 1i>>-: < ::'V" ,. ]1_ and Emily J. Fay, Jacksonville, to Charles P.and Jane S.Church, and 37, Blk 5, Trail Acres, $,
HI., Lot 17, Blk 6, Unit 1, Bonita Naples, 1,08.\ Blk J, Inomah and 87, Blk 5, Trail Acres, $1,
Shores, $1,300. Sub'd., $11,000; Milton D. and 500; William H. Winters, Tr.,
,j'l Doyle Chunn to Forrest C.Wood, to Roy L and Loretta M. Loar, ..
COUNTY Jacksonville, Fla., Interest in Naples, Lots 29 and 30, Blk 4,
Naples 846, Inc., to Ernest L. Lots 83 and 64, Unit 1, and Lot Trail Acres $1,300.
and Allre E. BUI.Boynton Beach, .
parcel In Sec 29, Twp 48, Rge PLUS SECOND 'IATUII -
27, $2,000; Elmer W. Lonsdalt
Gulf American Land Corporation to F. Frederick and Robyn N. AJs ry O/cc/r/ca/ Serv c e purr
McCoy Mt. Sterling, Ohio parcel RIDNAIDtAUrel.
in Sec 11, Twp 49, Rge 23: INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALPh .
.
,$12,000; Calusa Acreage Corp., -.. IP. .
2.3696 1 1175 Pine St. Fla. "aTa ..
,to Simeon Budlong et alBertha, : MI Naples,
:.Minn., parcel In Sec 30, Twp 50, .
.Rgft 34, $L300ICamllllaCorp..toC. ;
Clyde Allen, Naples parrel
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES 'in Sac 8, Twp 51, Rge 27$11COO;
Charles W. Swanson to EdwardiL.
and C. Jane Connolly, Naples
;parcel In Sloe 1C, Twp SI, Rge
27, $2,500; F.A.D. Co.. Inc.. to a

The dedication ceremonies and Open House Island Anthony, and 111.,June parcel Claldclla In Sec, Blue 21,

'!j. Twp| SI, Rge 31, $1,000: Calusa
Ranch, Inc, to Francis J. and A
Lillian A. Ledoux, Windsor,
Conn., parrel In Sec 18 Twp .
SI. Rgp 33, $1,000.
FOR ITS SECOND PLANNED COMMUNITYGOLDEN : Calusa Ranch Inc., to Harold
E. Malson, Ba'tlmore: MJ., parcel .
In Sec 18, Twp 51. Rge 33,
84.000: Thi Webb Properties,



GATE County Agenda Make t Let your Checking

The agenda for Tuesday's r AccoKol ran your
meeting of the County Commission that errands for you Use

will be is follows It to pay bills end
The
Shape of Tomorrow
9:00 a.m.-.Reading of board next step keep a record of ax.penses. .

minutes. And when
9:15 am.-Report of county
a you |0 out,take your
engineer.
10(00 a.m.--Report of county checkbook with you

Public Is Invited health and welfare. CheckingAccount You'll never have to
a; 10:30 am.--Bud Kirk, Good- +-- pass up a bargain for
land, application for garbage lack of cash.
franchise
11:00 a.m.-.Review of revised
water rates, Isles of Capri Water -

Ceremonies 12:30 P.M. 15GULF Works, Inc.
July. 12 noon.-Recesj for lunch.
1:30 p.m.-SIT AS BOARD OF
EQUALIZATION.

2100 p.m.-General businessand Stepping out ? Protect your travel money with

C .' correspondence.
,.: Final --Approve and pay bills.
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Girl of the Golden West the TRAVELERS CHEQUES
'I heroine plays a game of pokerfor _
I the life of her lover. Prompt raised If loll er ilotin. Sptn Ubl.ovtrywktrt.Coit-only a pay) a dolls.

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ti HARRY W. CLOUSER

repreienting 'he1IetropOUlI1.i.

AMERICAN Is.t.saw! .! The Bank of Naples I

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LAND CORPORATION"1' will recommend
gladly
Serrl.g Nipta sad Collier Covity Sinn, 14*
ti tin program to fit your persons
/; 4. . Lift insurance and
Look For 'M Time
Building New Worlds far o Better Tomorrow Jlccdl. Call or write: _
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assessments to full value, the Sunday July 12. 1181 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
17 Counties county will pay more, about $1.5
million, and the others less .
The reduction In Broward .'\ ,- ',*,."" ,. SUNSHINE SUPREX PRICES
are
County was estimated at $400,. \;.>,' .:
000! ; tn Palm Beach $150,000 and ",
Pay less Brevard legislature$75,000.The set the dls. to > \ < : \k : : ..\. goo


Dade but trlct's millafe maximum must be at one the same mill, :'4: 1 (

More in all counties. 4 / \ )
FCD chairman Riley S. Miles
4 !
WEST; AP-
: PALM BEACH ( of Klssimme said the district Olt..a /t.
sp\eiiteeii Cen.
nil t and South counties Florida In the Flood the is interested same amount only of in money receiving ,
Control! districts probably will .
Pf less taxes this year at the
txienss) of Dade.
,The FCD governing board de.cnled Audit. . / LOWI
> Friday to reduce its one.
"!"11 tax in the 18 counties to (Continued from page 1)'generally r--.,!. (t "
about threeJourths of a mill. well prepared and *
Because of a court order to adhered to." \.o
Dade County to double its taxIO'ISG
Annual financial reports dlf. (
r fered with the general ledger In
TO FLORIDA? r A'J
several Instances, the audit no r-
Lowest K t._Bonded Drl,. ted, "because of failure to post \
era, Modern Equipment Sam necessary adjustments and or-
pie Rates Between. Naplesand rations at the time ol' preparing -
: 2000 Ibi. 4000 Ibi. the annual reports." It wenton iiim:
to that an Insurance
coat you cost you say re. -
New York $201.20 $362.40 gister and a bond register were
not kept. Tangible personal pro. r
Chicago .
$201.20 $362 40
perty records could have been
Cleveland 199.60 $35920 more Serving all northern points y + L.J!
ed.The t
and Florida Including Naples audit was made pursuantto i :
Fort Mytri, Punta Gorda, law and under the sui. rvis. i .
Charlotte harbor Ion of state auditor Ernest El.
Sarasota,
lIson It Includes tables show. t 1 n.
etc Write for rain and cost
ing year.to.year flnan lal condition ,
estimates from any city to i
tax collections, bond Issue ;
any Florida point or call collect details, summaries of receipts| I
Phone 8621121. and expenditures, summaries of '..
TERMINAL VAN LINES budgets! >ash receipts[ and 1 disbursements .
325 9th Street, South and pur hased ree. (NEA Telephoto)

St. teriburt, Florida meats PRINCIPALS IN DUROCHER TRIAL-Court action against
Leo Durocher centers about Carolyn Morin 26, left, Duro- I
cher't former secretary, and her mother, right, Mrs. Anna [
I Morin. Suit was brought by Mrs. Morin'i husband, Rene, !
a Middlebury Vt., bricklayer. .
Actress May Yet t
II
Soviets Send Up Wed Leo Durocher '

MIDDLEBVRY, Vt. (AP-
StationsMOSCOW
I 2 Space
57 still
t Leo Durocher may
I (AP) A powerful have a chance to marry the
single booster rocket launched,' 26year.old actress.secretary he
i two sclent if i< space stations Into says he loves and asked to be ,
I wldelydlfferlng orbit today, the his wife
Soviet news agency Tass said. Miss Carolyn Morin, an at.
The vehicles, Electron 3 andElectron tractive brunette, said Friday,
4, followed a similar "If the offer la still open, I
launch Jan. 30. The Electron might reconsider. He'a a won. BRAVOCORNED
With One of Our series is apparently unmanned. derful guy, you know."
Tass said the stations carried Her indication of willingness

Home Improvement LoansFor Instrumentation mention was for made research.No of the. to marry baseball the roach Los Angeles came during Dodger y 4 HI-C DRINKS BEEF

size, weight or power of the testimony In her father's $150,.
your every banking need GO FIRST to satellites or the rocket. 000 alienation of affections suit
Tass said Electron 3 separat. against Durocher.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKof ed from the last stage of the Rene Morin, 51, a Middlebury
booster rocket during powered bricklayer, says Durocher stole 4 994Crenmettes 3$1cans l
NAPLESFederal flight. The last stage continuedto the love of his wife, Anna, SI, 4f3.o
reach the necessary speed and mother of Carolyn and two oth.er .
then orbited Electron 4. daughters CA
Deposit Insurance Corp The news agency said all ays. Miss Morin told the Jury that
Federal Reserve System terns were functioning normally,
Durocher had proposed mar.

rlage refused.In 1961, but that she had $ I ; I Macaroni Pk0.. lOc Dream Whip 2j; ,.39C )


OBE&HOUSE TOD Y j I
Hospital, ,. ,,. /o 'W

1..Jte1.ydtlaI tt&n.t1Dued from pas >1)> 50 .EXTRA -STAMPSJiiaaftidiim ;SQ./e::; EXTRA'STAIGIPS: ; :'i f; ..

..
Tower Building and T-wlng. For thlt far 10 )( .
coupon
Rd thl ,
"T'. Instance, the provision of two 'In addition to then riiularly otrnod when you buy 'In addition, m to *Ihota coupon rtfularly for 10..,.od when yes 'rTARNOW'S

.t1. new operating rooms might have WIENERS 3 12-oi pkgs.ll PURE PORK SAUSAGE 49c lb.
to be placed In abeyance, alone
with the central supply depart. Limit I per family Olfirt (
Limit I
lamlly Offir
ment. .piri July II IIM ..pl,..par July IS, l"64
:: In the opinion of the executive I
I committee, the architects, advl. 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50
V lara and administration, how.
ever, It would be Inadvisable to
"shell In" more space than was I
originally contemplated. If these 100 EXTRA STAMPS 100 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50
areas are not completed, the of
flclals pointed out, it will mark. Ridnm 'tun coupon for 100 EXTRA STAMPS,
edly Increase the operating ex. In tddition, to Ihoit rsulrly' timid whin you buy Ridum thlt coupon for 10 EXTRA ITAMPSIn .
/ addition to Ihott riiularly timid whin you buy
penses of the new hospital because OVEN-READY ALL.MEAT, MEAT LOAF I
of locations and a deceru KRAFT'S 18-OZ.
2 Ibi.
tralized staffing pattern. It will $1,19 STRAWBERRY PRESERVES
also affect, In a way, the at. Limit I per lamlly., Offer
trading of some physician spec. ..pi'.. July II, 1964 Limit I pee ,.", IIy. Odir I
lallsts to the community 1 ..plr.. July' It. I9M ,

proved"The Is basic the basic plan minimum that was this ap. III 100 EXTRA STAMPS 1.00 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50

rapidly growing city and county -
should have." Bertolaml said. -
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"In view of the Golden Gate and
Marco Island developments Col.
Her County may soon be expert 4St o
This
lovely three-bedroom
twoBliutif,1 drapes and carpets, selected enclng a tremendous population LIBBY'S

bath home, shown this summer season by Holland! Saucy, also are included explosion, and a hospital able to i
cope with this situation is of vital
at a HoMili Home exhibit house at at this price, along with the Importance." TOMATO '

2095 Crayton Road, can now bo pur decorator selected lighting fixtures. The tower building will have V URGE
pilings, footings and a found
chased it the exceptionally attractive There's a nice patio off the living lion to support an ultimate ex. JUICE ft *+**+*

price of 3350000. This !includes: room, a pump and well for sprinklingthe panston T.wlng will to six not floors.be built The beyond stub

lawn and shrubbery, and many three stories. b CALIFORNIAETTUGE
House, fully sodded and landscaped Members of the board of 194
other features that will please you. trustees and hospital officials FULL a arw"
lot, G.E. crntrai: eating and this week
expressed optimismthat
QT
See this one today, and several other ,
air conditioning, the latest G. E. kitchen a way will be found to
fine homes offered by HoMiLI I Homes construct the buildings with.
appliances consisting of range top, out cutbacks

oven, dishwasher and disposal, Cornet in The Moorings of Naples. "more Meanwhile than,welcome the hospital contrtbu.tions will. SWIFTS CORNED

kitchen cabinets in driftwood grey, to the 'Space' Program
from those Individuals who have BEEF HASH
and a cozy snack bar not contributed, particularlythose
who have recently mov.
ed into the community," Berto. 3cAN589C
laml said
H. Milton Link Realtor
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Associates: Leslie C. Johnston, James L. Cochrun,

Betty I. Johnston, Art Arnold. COMSTOCK CHERRY PIE I
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Thought for the Dark HoursBY

WRITERS

SUNDAY, JULY 12, 164 RALPH W LOEW, D.D.


. You've Got To Tell 'Em To Sell 'EmThe ,yyu 1---- Newspaper Enterprise Assn


Greater Naples Chamber of Com firms pay $25 or less per year In fees. In a fascinating article concerning

For thFnt, this would mean an Increase of his insomniac tend-
merce (is suggesting that city occupationallicense
encies, brilliant American
not more"> than $12.50. a
fees be increased 50% with the anthropologist pointed out a
to be divided between ((2)) That the City of Naples, BY LAW, familiar perversity. "It is
revenue equally
establish' an equal division of the revenue true" writes Loren Eiseley
the City of Naples end a community advertising from such license fees, with one-half "that as an educational ad
fund The latter to be used to ministrator I can occasionallybe
automatically/ being appropriated for an
caught nodding in lengthy
attract more visitors, and perhaps some advertising fund and the other half retained committee meetings but so,

Industry, to the area. by the city. In the case of the I have observed can men who
There undoubtedly will be some criticism come from sound nights on
firm
paying a $12.50 I per year increase, their I who
pillows. ,
Strangely ... .
of the plan because there are some ..... =
$t e.n of the total amount ($37.50)) frequently grow roundeyedas

facets of it that have not been made would be used for advertising and pro an owl at the stroke of the sense of objects vanish.Oh .

crystal clear However, the plan also has midnight, find it pleasant to sleeping, soundlessly
motion, nap in daylight among sleeping ones, do you ever
much In its favor and should be given The Chamber lists as advantages of friends. Well, many of us think who knits your universe

careful consideration by local business the take have had that experience! It'sa together safely from one
plan I the following: ((1)t) It would i iN
firms that will be Involved.At perverse business. day's memory to the next' It
the fund of the real iI
advertising out estate
But there are others. Thereis Is the insomniac, not the
the present time, the Chamber tart ((2)) It would create a systemBY I the problem of the conversation night policeman on his beat

of Commerce Is conducting a survey LAW for the appropriation each year. iI or the debate when It is a whimsical touch, but it
their you seemed suddenly to be has the note of transcending
Its members to determine
among ((3)) It would! not reduce City revenue. I tongue-tied. It was a strange the problem.

feelings In the matter. If a majority off ((4)) It would tie the advertising fund to a condition, for at home you Paul laid hold of this perversity .

( those polled accept the plan In principal, growing source of revenue. ((5)) It would could silent darkness speak Then of in own the in the human being,
your insisting that it was his
be the is to companionship
will it
as we suspect case, bring all) community businessmen: Into privacy, you could experience: with sin that kept

| be hoped that Chamber officials will explain support of community advertising and Oh how / regret in the night, him from being what he knew

it In much greater detail before taking promotion<: and would not place the extra 0 With abate a pain that will never he ought to be, thanking God
for God's which
grace can
it to City Council burden only on Chamber members. That brilliantly crushing make it possible for man's

For Instance, who would handle and The Chamber estimates that the plan, remark, perversity to be redeemed.

have control over the advertising fund, if approved and implemented, would this I thought late. of five minutes too Even this kind of a complicated
fellow can delight in the
which is certain to tremendouslyas
grow year "mike available over $22,000 for The writer of the letter to law of God instead of serving

the area develops and more and more community advertising and promotion. the Romans knew perversity.He his own selfishness.

business firms become Involved? If the Hundreds of Florida communities are .. ., ,.,.:.'.""::.>',:.':;..(,.iii.j;,::.r-::' :,: ':.n>""!!,!.)", .'t, ...).." .;,;tare:... .:. "$",:'"".;...,....y-- talked of a great faith and I It is a time of many per

plan does not work out as anticipated, >.. . ..... .'""" 'j I; enormous ambitions for right. versities. I We espouse
stepping up their efforts to attract a eousness. Yet even this saint freedom and deny many
will there be provisions to revoke it larger share of the annual tourist busi QUICK QUIZ could confess, "For the good human rights. a We proclaimthe

after it has been given a fair trial? And ness. The competition is becoming keener .0 U.S. Set to Bash Reds If that I would I do not; but need of education and
the evil which I would not the budgets of
the
deny
there other that need clarification
points did the do
are Q-What
each year. Sphinx that I do." It's a paradoxical schools. a We insist that
Push Laos Viet WarBY
before it is presented for pas. The Naples area definitely has attractions They when A-When her riddle was solved solved? business.We religion is basic in the fabricof

Council Oedipus are a complicated society, and then make it
: sage to City and assets that are saleable a RAY CROMLEY her riddle the Sphinx was so people and a part of the only a civic gesture.

As the Chamber points out, tourismIs but you've got to tell 'em to sell 'em, as Washington Correspondent enraged that she hurled her. escape from the dilemma is Yet the Insistence that

the chief Industry of the Naples area. the'old laying goes. It takes money to Newspaper Enterprise Assn. self from the cliff on which in the possibility of redeem- transforms the Insomniac
she
This source of Income should be developed "tell -- lived and was killed. ing the problem. Eiseley tells gives tongue to the silent and
'eRt. and some fair method of raising of his
and expanded through adequate WASHINGTON (NBA)-The administration has now redeeming sleeplessness redeems the good man who
j the necessary advertising funds Q-Who founded the religious / "At night one has to sins-that patient persistent
drawn a Southeast Asian "line" the Communist forces "must
effort.At order of Jesuits, called
sustain without
promotional reality help. transform
should t>e arrived at and soon. The not cross" and a set of war rules they "must not break." the Society of Jesus? One has to hear lest grace can these
hearing other if
present, local governments (City Chamber's plan Is possibly the best meth If the Red Pathet Lao or the Viet Cong violate these conditions A-It was founded in 1534 be lost, see lest sight not re- understand perversities them we To beginto
of Naples and Collier ) provide in Laos or South Viet Nam the United States will take rec.
County od. It certainly deserves thoughtful consideration by Ignatius Loyola and approved turn to follow moonbeams ognize that they are not finalis
1 $13,775 t from real estate taxes for advertising whose military action in North Viet Nam. by Pope Paul HI in across the floor, touch lest the first step.
; by every Neapolitan In very rough outline here is what this "line" and these 1540.

the Naples area. Many local livelihood Is closely tied to tourism and rules would "prohibit" the Reds from doing unless they're -- -
residents, some retired and not overly of willing to accept an escalation of the war:
most them directly or indirectly.
Interested in attractedto are, The Pathet Lao must not make a drive for the principal Historical
seeing more people But nobody likes to be caught in a cities of the Mekong Valley heartland of Laos. COLLIER COUNTY I

the area, complain bitterly against locked rOom without a key to open the e North Viet Nam must not step up markedly its move

these appropriations. door if this should become desirable.We ment of military cadres and supplies along the Ho Chi Minh By KURT GRIESSHABER . AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA I
For this reason, the Chamber Is forI trails from North Viet Nam to the South and its shift of F' _
feel that Chamber officials would
I I troops and arms westward to the battlefronts in Laos.
warding the following: plan: win friends and Influence more peopleif e The Viet Cong must not continue a campaign of ter.

| ((1)I ) That City of Naples occupational provision for key Is providedIn rorism against Americans In Saigon or elsewhere or against * BLACKBEARD, THE PIRATE
some a
South Vietnamese Vietnamese in
Land leading or against people
business license! fees bo; jricre' + ..ed( y the 'plandoesn'twprkfejjt One of the be. -known names ,
4venHhjS'particular I .
.the Saigon-area. Vlet-Coiif'siaffilnatlon attempts against.MajfcMu
%. Overt i2ta2f I ; 1&W ityJjCferjJ: .d. f Kbinb : .VJeUJam'tj-ufer in the annals W piracy tsh tat.i
a l""projected.f f - *** \ ., guyen '; uih : for-A:; *
ample, would be consideredan! let of terrorism under these of Blacl rules. So would an active campaign of blowing bridges real name was Edward Teach,
mining roads and ambushing trucks and jeeps in the Saigonarea. Thack or Thatch, and he used

I Innumerable aliases to mask his
1 ITEMS CLIPPED PROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS e The Viet Cong must not be too successful, get too near Identity.

victory in South Viet Nam. Like most others In his trade, t
If the Reds obey these rules and respect these battle lines, he sailed In many territoriesand
the feeling is that the war in Laos and in South Viet Nam is constantly changed his headquarters
"manageable" and that it can be won in time without escalation At
to elude pursuers.
to the north.
'
times he sailed our South
If the Reds won't tacitly agree to these conditions, the along
and off the Caro-
feeling here is that the war can't be won unless we carry the Florida coast '
fight to Ho's North Viet Nam homeland. llnas In search of prey.
The tales told about his career

ANY ESCALATION WOULD BE GRADUAL. There wouldbe have captured the Imaginative

a wait after each step-up to see how North Viet Nam and
the Communist world reacted. If a slight escalation proved
sufficient to make the Reds agree to again fight by our rules,
we'd halt further escalation for the time being.

The first step-up would probably be careful, repeated .
bombing of the northern end of the Ho Chi Minn trails where

I -t. ,t. "Jake 'broke.; into his piggy bank today.",: they hook up with North Viet Nam. 1 '
I. .11S" AN/.I4k I"'' I tl1,1WM M",''VI Detailed photographs of these trails have been taken.
i
Though there are dozens of trails, the analysts have sought
and found certain:: key points at the northern end of the

The newspaper as a watchmanA trails where careful. program of repeated bombing and small sloop with 20 men.

mine sowing at irregular intervals WOUld likely have consider His enemies now clamored for

WATCHFUL newspaper 1 I. one fact, will react constructively and for able real and psychological effects.IF his arrest and the merchantsof

that act a* a watchman and Informs the betterment of their community. North
CIII MINII TRAIL BOMBING: didn't CarolinapetltlonedGov.
THE 110 bring
Its readers of any act of any Certainly! there are Isolated cases Spotswood of Inter
results, the next step would include a regular program of Virginia to
government (local, state federal or where editor must use their judgment sowing mines in North Viet Nam harbors and along North fere. A wild chase led the British

international: ) that could I Interfere But there are only a few such incident Viet Nam roads leading toward Laos and South Viet Nam.If rr I Navy over a large area that extended -
with the Inalienable rights of man- where it i is perhaps better to withhold Mao Tse-tung and his Red Chinese then began to step clear down to Florida.

kind.A public Information from, the' newt- up their aid to North Viet Nam and Laos the roads leading v Finally an armed sloop underLt.

watchful newspaper plays no favorites paper. to Red China would be mined and bridges blown. Robert Maynard of the Royal

Is not aligned with any politic! In cue you might think that such So,on up the scale Navy trapped the pirates In Pirn-

party's attempt to get in power, for an incident of with-holding public information *' ; .'> .. lico Sound off North Carolina.
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such collusion would destroy its usefulness ha* alien there, we hastento : After a fierce hand to hand encounter
as a watchman of the people's deny thla. ERA A5A E.nskk ( between Maynard and

.". rights For only an Informed people can de. E 1 I WAGERED : LEAH .. Teach the Pirate was killed< No

A watchful newspaper will not pre.. teimlne which road in government EMITTED ASSERILc i/ '- k lJ.\o, less than 25 wounds were Counted
tend to be able to watch all encroachments they prefer to travel. lcR(11S Ya SET t ICE pens of many capable writers!! on the dead Blackboard's body.
Flttpbant I I E. E tl A R E. f" 0 0 T who succeeded In romanticizing -;; Moreover
on the people's rights; therefore, Times-Pott I : HUN' IIISuuIIa, the truth of the con
: it will attempt to pick out and watch Houston, :Misa. h 11u.lta I it I Rr.tcoding .. to' 1\ 101. R V NT. the bloody exploits of this;; i spiracy between the Governor's
for and warn its readers of concerted ::1/;/. hind of PIE. S .1 N N . bold pirate. Their stories went> secretary and the pirates cameto

act that could do them the most harm. III SI"IIII r.In' P 0 R TAB I.: E A M r into blood-curdling details butt! lr lrto light with Isreal Hands, one
Governmental encroachment upon the Personal/ journalism 11'1\11,1\ H ('u." U T E. L. 1 L AGE L It Is to be doubted that all these I j of Blackboard's officers, turnIng -

citizen usually starts locally, where IJ: 1'101" 36.1)\1\\1, N I N A. S U C. R 0 5 E gory tales are based on facts.! evidence against !Knight.

< the majority believe their elected frontier brand I 14 1"11. 3;. k.lb Mar TOIL.u 0 M 1 C R 0 N According to Frank Bowen, Hands himself had been crippled

officers have a right to do thing no 1.\ ItttutrnaA" 41t.1 ('au.nt' 0 NeE. N F D. A N Y the English authority on pirate by Blackbeard on one occasion -
In I \alllI, 1
lId"I
pERSONAL journalism being what history."nelthe r he(Blackboard)
Individual would have a right to do. I i I ndbnh and he was pardoned In
it was during the frontier days of H Suprru! SOLUTION Of YESTIRDAY PUZZLE nor any other pirate Is defini- r England.
People whispered that
A watchful newspaper points out this nation, many unusual thing hap- III It.rhall H t'HIIIIIII, , tely known to have made a prisoner ! .', "\ / Hands knew of someburledtreasure
repeatedly, that government has the I|I pened on the front page of western 11',1111 pant < 1)111 red< 7 B.ikinu.i.muarlinttii walk the plank" Such land pirates who swindled him
;III 'II..I 4e 1\11I1'd 4 \\r\\\\ . of of the famous Pirate,
: right to do only what each member of paper On, printed below knocks the out the fabulous treasure
recently testimony from
I Its. props
4i Reurt; , \ :\rtdlf.liaprd H. iiihuhiiani so close watch was kept on him.
through shrewd
the group has the right to do a* Individuals came to light: J1. (.111. IIII" P ,\\'X 9. Send under many motion pictures In business connivance Despite the rumors of hidden

practicing the Golden Rule Woody r.IIIulhnan. publisher of the ;lJ \1"11011' 1 (.ralw hilt b lt.ill..M I Itlldu t which the pirates always resorted wealth, Ls reel Hand.died of starvation

and obeying the Coveting and Stealing Lewistown Daily New, In going ;III t 1',111" C raw h,.. '" I II I I'andi to this.Whether. Blackbeard, or Teach, had reliable as a beggar In the streetsof
Commandment, which are the basic through file of the frontier-day t 18 Shorn..11I1I Blackbird really lit outlets for convening his London.

guide for human relation Thus, a Lewlitown Argus found this headlineon r J I" / }; r e / to, ; ilh: : fuses on the ends of the two loot Into cash. Not throughany Pirate business was on a decline

watchful newspaper ha a grave a story about the opening of a trial: la II braids he wore In his hair (to crooked merchant, but In the 18th Century. One
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II
responsibility to do the most important "Dirty Wars Thief Caught Red II ;;II/ hrudal Ikl uiudrYi Increase his flreceness) we can through the Governor of the reason was that the King of Spain,

thing that any newspaper can do, and Handed With the Goods. I. ($ not saybut our Illustration shown Carolinas himself and his secretary Philip V, ordered that gold and

that is, to keep its readers In'orn1ed. ."Will Probably Be Strung Up and ,/: I'l"H: It nuuIc 1)1'1,.. above Ls based on an old print Mr. Knight. Gov. Eden silver bars were no longer to

ClevIs (N.M.) New.-Journal Good Riddance, ''l17/ r/h \,analZ0 showing this. actually became a silent part- be transferred to Spain In bullion
;1i 1Lwl One of the most important assets ner In Teach's but
"Stole Hone from Defenseless 21 U 1 piratical opera was to be transportedas
Facts 'road Widow." : : l I ll nl,: of successful piracy was tions, with !Knight openly trans ballast cargo In the galleonsand
are signs'for 15 If J' hurt having an outlet for converting acting the business
A jury acquitted the man the next IS 1. 11 ,:,: into and Informing melted down In Spain. This
day and the headline read loot cash. In the case of Blackbeard of the next arrival also made It harder for the Span-
readers : l' l' so tI ILInx.tMul '
newspaper "Highly Respected Citizen Wrongly ,, one pirate Capt. John Avery of Important cargo. lards to steal from their king.

TOURING our newspaper career, we Accused of Theft, s/ Jl JJ IS I'n un' we see the consequence. Blackbeard now made a com 't'bUJ. men like Blackbeard
have many time had elected official "Widow Wa Out to Get Him oa ,: ,: Avery actually captured the mon mistake In being over- came scarcer as more and more
!* to say to un-"Let' don't print False Charge" 34 >s J. ; J1 .J e s! IN rut"ud I I'fl G reat Mogul's ship with the crown greedy) He made new enemieseven restrictions were placed on pi.'
that" Grant hand jewels. However, he was unableto among his fellow pirates racy. Unscrupulous men found It
County HertUTJEFORE "' .Z., 1'1 1'1'' ', ,, turn them Into cash and even Instead of equally dividing the necessary to steal fortune
MOlt newspaper editor believe, a* II tually died of starvation as he loot he
abandoned the majority ! through more or less
H .5 t' ;:I" legalmeans.
we do that the people whom public firing someone apiece of 41 h, tramped along a Bristol road of his crew to starve on a .

official serve are entitled to the fact your mind be sure you've got '"a ;) er "''H'" ':' side while trying to collect from barren (Island after scuttling his Seve ral Pirate relics have been
It 1 band will continue to be belief 4t ,ut
our enough to spare the merchants who accepted the ship, the "Queen Anne's Revenge found In the Naples area and wUJ
that the people given the true Greer (S.C.) Cltii. lot '.l3 m.,' U "' ........n stolen goods. He fell victim ," and sailing sway In hit be discussed In later an tele 3.Qtbt .



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Sunday, July 12, 1961 xr NGPPIN6S



Vacancies LBJ Fills 1;MARKATl 'I a PtiaSURE Milke Way for.lof






From RanksWASHINGTON


(AP) prei. \
dent Johnson has reached Into (
the ranks to nil top positions In N8SI
the govtrnment'i agencies re. j :,. iIT': .
sponslbl for regulating securl.
till taxes exchanges and collecting ,

Manuel F, Cohen, 52,who has /PuiL ,
worked for the Securities and MARKET
Exchange Commission for 22
years and has been a commissioner \- / .
since 1961, was picked as
Its new chairman by the PreU. (PiOhIX5,
dent. He will replace William L.
Cary,who is resigning, probably
next month.In .
another appointment an.
nounced by Johnson at a Friday
news conference, Bertrand 'z'tES' TASTY OVEN-READY
Harding, a 45.year.old Texan r
who also has 22 years of govern
ment experience, was named tom- d'c1 11.x4., Tai., WEDn QUICK-FROZEN
acting commissioner of the In. IUIY 12,14,1519u4
ternal Revenue Service.

.Harding Caplin,succeeds whose resignation MortimerM. LEG 0' LAMB
announced May 22 became effective S
Friday. Harding has been
deputy IRS commissioner since SAFARI ___
1961. Johnson did not say If the --
nent.appointment would he perma : z:7nw j' 1

In connection with Cohen's appointment .a "
Johnson filled Cary's )
place on the 5-member! com mis.
Ib.
slon with Francis M. Wheat, a '
43-year-old lawyer from Los

Angeles That made the SEC the first 7 .' .-"'"'"" .i/ '
of the government's Independent l
_
regulatory agencies to have a ...
,
majority of Johnson appointees. '"
Earlier ho named Ilamer Il. .", I -t --r Swift's Premium Smoked

Budge publican, former congressman Judge ,and and Re. /r C ;lJ 'J Beef Tongue lb. 49

Hugh F. Owens, former head of .'-" N' : .
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the Oklahoma Utilities Commission '-.O '" .40 'I'
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to the SEC. """-. Swift's Premium Pure
Cohen has been a strong sup. cfotcit |iro ftrcc ltme. :" &!! 4' tf: 'I
porter of the SEC's proposalsfor <-.l'" Beef Franks 59cSwift'i
sweeping revisions In the J': "'V *
nation's securities exchanges to For Summer Refreshment, Juicy pkly ot r
Impose tighter controls on a I Premium Smokier or
Issues sold to the Cohen Nklt, r
public ,
was appointed to the SEC by the Lemons Or Limes 29 Polish Sausage lk S9tt
late President John F. Kennedy dozen #./ :


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LUIS OBISPO, Calif. BORDEN'S
(AP)-American Telephone and WASHDAY MAXWELL HOUSE
Telegraph Co. finished laying an CREAMY SMOOTH
undersea telephone cable link.
Ing Hawaii with the mainland ,
Friday. 1 INSTANTC0FFEE .
CREAMCHEESE
Laid byosldpthe' cable Is the
last step to provide direct con.
nectlons between New York and

Tokyo.The line, capable of carrying BLUEgt.
128 simultaneous conversations,
will be in service within a week
company spokesmen said. 6-ox.
pkg. jot 79'LIMIT 3-01:. cpkg

I PER CUSTOMER WITH .
LIMIT t PER CUSTOMER 10d
PURCHASES Or $100 OR MORE
PURCHASES OF $)00 OR
PLUS 50 J-ff GREEN STAMPS

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GREEN THESE STAMP VALUABLE & ;: / Kraft'* ItalianDressing . . . ... . . . .8 V::.: 37*



:,, + Kraft' FrenchDressing . . . . . . . . . Sb S.::: 29*
L- .CANOTHER r IOO lleAO Ca Swift' Smooth or Crunchy

for Cliff Osmond BIG LAt'GIITON stardom makes a with bid J": Green Stamps ?;j; Peanut Butter . . . . . .1''i,'. 39
big
his major role in 'Kiss Me. I all tilt CMPM..4.........*elf For Your Laundry Needs

Stupid.Hollywood" Observers scene see an of actor the LISTERINE IZc-OFF ANTISEPTIC.PACK 49't 49'r;:: Roman Starch . . . boI'::1'' 35*

of potential Charles Laugh. "UN"20-01......., w.bot.... Ju4$1.1 II. I"
ton itature in the big t6 feet 8
4'4' inches) actor OOOOOOOQ OOOOOOOVOIOOO :k Publix Corn Oil


LETS :; aBy EIRTfEAO: I Margarine . . 29

J" Green Stamps F & P Flcvor Perfect

I"I'Pt J/T; ', I LUSTRE-CRIME CONCENTRATE w''lid' Ait CMPOO LATHER fn4 OR*.LIQUID.'diM ONCE*.ll I Fruit Cocktail. 303 can 19

; '1.1.. Ou reg. size $1.00 ; ;:
No doubt i you hale alonetime coon nom W.e. July 1!. ItvuV Even safe for Nylon.Clorox.
S
used the old iumoniihmrnt (
UUlQQQQUUQQ
against bu>. Bleach !! 49
... : :gal.
adage you'In, a know pig warning, In how a, po orlginil.Ml thin! old I 1J0. 50 FREE Canned .

Swift's
?
It tf.mi that farmers in J7// Green Stamps /
Ireland at one tim look wA I : Corned Beef '12.oz. 9c
a suckling bag pigs rallrd lo market!poke.Some inburlap .. MAXWELL HOu7MNSTANT'COFFK con

sharpie would" Innr.I.bl 601. jar 79c
substitute a barnyard lwrrn v.rur. Jr4' in. anti
tat for a piglrl. This S j ) ,(, WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
bur mad a It pig poor in a business pok. with.lo :!.QQQQ000 Q QQn AQQQl.- { i II ,'

out first taking mtrchandiwto a quirk T A ; ; STORE HOURS
pk at the SO
that the buyer might FREE "" Mon. Thurs.
be sure h. was taking i i .
home the bacon. J" Green 8:30: 6:30:
Youll never be buying a v..*k....r mt__.. i I Friday
pig-in-a. poke when you SALADA TEA BAGS MARKRTB
cams REALTOR.to sea VlVIAS 824 Fifth OGG AT. 48-et. pkg. 57c 8:30: 9:00Saturday: t-;
Sac for teal atal purth. wN. ''e Hu
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, .bacon... You In real bring state home* chinyou Ik* S'1' :; ; 'v ; ; ( 8:30: 7:00:

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get till hOIll' you lib 0 --

COM at the f e price rt you*on like*nienc with*. sweetheart trend i coffee /,, chicken of the sea
v beauty, and resale valu I I ""
deal All the.kr go at with" 'n'IAS Call every Ml toilet soap I mate e. chunk tuna .
OCC. REALTOR.
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Smu.". July 12. Uu while" sailing up and down Marco a-(

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Bay.i
_.'.- 4It Mr and Mrs. Edwin Jones 11
r sra. and sons spent last weekend at '
the Islander visiting Mr. and VLJiJi
.MAR Mrs. Robert Crlffts.

EWS Michael Griff Is spent the week "k
BY DIANE BOWERS, end visiting his mother and dad,

I ..._ .... -.__ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grlffls.
MMMC' _'t_> """ >r # ..11::."' ..>f.'"
There Is a sale on at the G. &
Mr. and Mrs, Jim Caster and We are all worried about the
G. Mercantile Store. All merchandise
children Less ndjlmmyof FortMyers Mackle Company cutting down has been reduced. NowIs t
visited Mr and Mrs.Doyle the eagle's nest opposite the the chance stock .' k JANE MARTIN
to all
who Hv- Marco Highlands. The has up on r v6 ,
Doxsee, are now eagle those canned '
frig at the Marco Highland.s.Mrs. been returning to Marco every other Items. goods, tackle and t tt t WOOOOOOOOOOOI J 0 0 ".. '.... wv
I Charlotte Provast and spring for many years. 1 IIa 'Is
John Burns, and son-in-law birthdays birthdays! July a popular
Birthdays ,
Bruce Flower ,
Linda, Cindy, Diane, of Maltland
fhlldren Jim from Miami
spent a coupleof Wednesday evening Mrs.
nd Michael, from Philadelphia, spent the weekend with the Roger days visiting the Robert Bow birth month with Neapolitans.
>I., spent some time with Mr. Johnson family ers' flmlly. Mr Burns and son- Ralph Guenther gave a dinner party for 20 guests honor

ind Mrs Doyle Doxsee. Us Gilbert, of Lake Wiles, in-law, and Robert Bowers got Ing Mr. Guenther on his 60th.
Mrs. Luella Doxsee spent last Captain and son and grandson fished with In a day's fishing. Mr BurnsIs w Having celebrated her own birthday Tuesday, Mrs
Johnson last
Roger
her
ome. Thursday catching their limit of with expected his wife to return Saturday A. R. Staley leaves tomorrow for Monroe, La., to be with
Jenny. will
Elizabeth Noble of South Carolina snook and taking a large pom spend the weekend They with the her mother, Mrs. Henry Clay Salisbury. Mrs. Staley's sister .

spent two days with Mrs. pano home with them. Bowers family Mrs. O. G. Etheredge of Pencacola, will also be in

boyle Doxsee. ISLANDERMark The residents of Marco are Monroe when Mrs. Salisbury blows out some 73 candles

CAPTAIN'S LANDING! Simons, 121/2 years expect very happy fresh to water hear by that the we monthof can sN.0 Back on July Fourth James Watkins not only had

Mrs. Nate Hunt has returned old, hooked onto something big October, and that It will be his friends make note of his borthday, but the Junior
a Marco from Boynton Beach that gave him about a one hour coming from the Mackie Company Woman's Club thoughtfully provided a fine display of
fight before It the
She snapped line.
Ith her two daughters.
at a cheaper rate than was
111 most probably be leaving All he got to see was the tall first expected. fireworks.

gain for Boynton Beach next as It shimmied through the wa Bobby Wine, wife Carol, and And, on Tuesday, the 14th, if you hear fireworks up

eek. ter. He believes It was snook.. son Bobby George, visited this Seventh Avenue, North, way, it will be John Fawcett
Fishing for two days withCap' Mr. and Mrs. Fredrickson, past week with Mr. Wine's mother celebrating Bastille Day AND his birthday.
Colonel Cra son Mark, and their daughter
sin Nate Hunt were
Margie Tasetano. They We won't hear the fireworks but we're sure some.
from Miami, are
er and Mrs. John Way of Ft. enjoying a two left for home last
.auderdale. Colonel Cramerd week's vacation at the Islander Also visiting the Alex Thursday.Tase thing special will go on in Bradford, Pa, July 31st for

> Mr. Way enjoyed catchingany Motel. All of the family are tano family! are Donald Wine Mrs. AI Smart Johnston's birthday

snook. ____. enjoying Mark's little sailboatThl. ana daughter Wendy. Since we have five birthdays In our family this

v Mr. Alex Tasetano, owner of month we're in such illustrious
Week SeeclallPermanent !! glad we are company as
the Marco Lodge Isn't sure If the above and also such notables as Governor Nelson
Wave e
the '
Marco Lodge will be here \
Reg. 25.00 much longer. The Mackle Com i Rockefeller and Governor George Romney.Mrs. .

., $12.50 pany is taking away his fish house Louis Graham has returned to the Gulf Shore

TIll permanent Includes Body and he Is having to contemplate \ Colony Club from a month visiting her family In California .
moving his annex around the
.,.. Hair Cut, Conditioner, Shampoo, back of the lodge. Mr. Tasetano to and Northern Minnesota. While she was away,
and Hair
Stylmir doesn't know just how long he ; Mr. Graham's granddaughter, Suzanna Ungaro, and her

Try Mr. Will Nrw! Body Halt Cut! Make your set has to stay at the lodge. He .j talented mother came to keep him company. Mrs. Un.

Ktay hetttr and keeps the fnii out of your permanent seems to think that things might i"i v . \\Ji ., garo (Sue) Is an author and also starred in a movie which

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS change and that he and his wife Photo Bingham recently received a Film Festival first prize.
may have to move back to Miami. Mm. Timothy A. Daugherty
417 rifiii AV., M ""... Ml I Mia Mr. Tasetano doesn't think that Mr. Ungaro, a sculptor, remained in New York while
his business will pay off without his family visited in Naples.

the fish house and dock that he Thursday, Bill Cress arrived to visit his grandmother,
has built for his guest's boats. Capelle Daugherty Mrs. W. H. Franklin. In a few weeks they will drive to

Springfield, III., together and Mrs. Franklin will stay until


i GOP Candidates' Wedding At St. Aim's late fall.She lust returned from four weeks motoring In Mexi.

co. Mrs. Franklin came back by plane while her travelling
Miss Karen J. Capelle, dau. veiling and carried a nosegay of maids' dresses, with a lace.
i Wives StudiesIn ghter of Mr. and Mrs Ira R. daisies. The bridesmaids, Mrs. trimmed matching headscarf.She companions, Mr and Mrs. Mark Ahrano, got In a few
Capelle of 475 Yucca Road, was Glenn Landry of Melbourne carried a basket of daisies. days later by car
ContrastsSAN married to Timothy A. Daueh- Beach; Mrs. Richard Capelle, The ushers were Richard I. Mrs. Douglas Holladay left Thursday after spending
( erty, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.M. sister-in-law of the bride; and Capelle of Naples and KennethE.
ugherty of 1472 Murex Drive, Miss Norma Sloan of Naples all Capelle of Tampa; brothersof a few days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James C.
v ) FRANCISCO (AP-Mrs. at st, Ann's Catholic Church wore gowns similar to the ma. the bride and Thomas Abbottof Snead, of the Park Place Club. Mrs. Holladay lives in
William W. Scranton, who says yesterday afternoon.Rev. tron of honor's gown. Naples. Richmond
Va.
she loves campaigning, and J.H. Land officiated at The flower girl, Tamara L The bride's mother wore a ,
Mrs. Barry Goldwater, who the double-ring ceremony. The Frank, niece of the bride, worea mauve silk peau de sole sheath Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Graham leave this week
shuns It are a study in contrasts bride was given in marriage fry diminutive copy of the brides. with matching cloche and mauve (Continued 7)
at this Republican convention her father, Ira R. Capelle. .and white accessories. Her on page .
scene. The church was decorated In flowers were tiny white \ --- -----

The senator's wife was I let- mixed white floral arrangement The bridegroom's orch1ds'l(
Is Your tint protection Friday from two and beribboned palms. Flower ToastmistressMeets a beige floral sheer 5 09t I IA
private detectives, a Goldwater were also at the family and; floral headpiece. Her flowers <
staff man assigned to her, a friends' pews Mrs. Burton W.1. At NewJahitiaitCove were yellow tea roses. <
new press secretary and (two worth was the organist. A reception followed at the N a. I
Garden 11 II I I I tlsters.ln.la, 'The bride wore a floor lalnh pies Beach Club Hotel Mrs.tJune
The governor's wile was acU Italian, cllUlnen A.llne gferii, Prasll assisted butting I
Too Big For'Your loft* ' \ Ing as her own press secretary' rpplfqnefl"With/ Florentine lite ",,'the I I cakedand.Mlas.Jana. House./I II ; t! ,

and virtually going it alone. and lace beading with an aisle, The Rise and Shine Toastmistress holder attended the bride's book. 1'I
Both smiling and exchanging wide train and modified sabrlna Club met for lunch Wed. There was a floral decorated V
polite chlt.chat, the two women neckline. She carried yellow rose nesday noon at the Tahitian Cove table with the traditional three. 5
Before riih htpp.it>. y'"i ......1.. M* Ih* .eN met Friday at a fashion lunch. e.. and held a regular business ses.sion. tiered bridal cake. < .
mdttgtt\ h.m..lt., hi Such. | "H mt T .< eon for national commltteewom.en The best man was Thomas A.Dougherty . President Jeri Jerabek For a trip to Highlands, '
ftNl IIDOI IXTINSION, ,..... tit ,,..lfIc.llr in a plush hotel brother of the groom. presided, and welcomed 70 N.C., en route to Fort Camp. 1 good body permanent . a must r
When reporters asked the two The matron honor, Mrs.Paul members and guests, Linda bell, Ky., where the groom Is ) for today's fashionable swinging'
nnW for the .......", hwtlcwhvrlit Vwr ..*.....*. wives what they found hardest Frank, sister of the bride, worea Sauchelll, publicity chairman, re. stationed, the bride wore a two. hair styles. Come in and how
...d r"">r pH will en|.y(>. pwvMmt.f the PINS about campaigning, Mrs. Gold. floorJength gown of Ice.blue ported. piece beige lace suit with match see t
water replied frankly: linen with controlled bell skirt, The main item of business was lug accessories. The bride and ,( lovely our soft gentle permanents 'C
stool IXTINSION grkultwd..el.e. "Having to appear before tel. accented with bows at the in. a discussion of the Council 8 groom will make their home \ can help you be.
Writ w plwfl for lull .*.... vision and press people. I'm verted side pleat. She also wore Conference, scheduled for Augusta after July 22 In HopklnsvlUe,
not used to it." an open crown pillbox with mallne at the Tahitian Cove. Plans Ky. I
Tall, slender, energetic Mrs. .to conduct the conference were The bride Is formerly of Ra. r, j jp
Scranton, who has been Penn. formulated and committees cine, Wise and Is a Naples High (
ap. ,
Pin Rid sylvanla's first lady for two Wife To Run pointed. ''School graduate. Shell a grad. J ; J 44 'e444 S4lag
years, hesitated a bit before As the theme for the month uate of Coronet School of Model.
9e she proclaimed: "I love It." Against HubbyFLINT of July Is Patriotism," Topic.mistress C ,Ing In Miami and Traphagen ''
Mrs. Scranton lingered to chat 1 Ruth Collins asked each''I School of Fashion In New York. Q > Call Ml 26672The
after the luncheon. Mrs. Gold. member the question "What The bridegroom Is formerly Naples Shopping Plaza !
Created Collier Mich. (AP) 'You :
by Development Corp. water exited promptly. can't tell your husband every Does Patriotism Mean to You?" I of Akron, Ohio. He is a grad. ]
Though they approach the tiling, you know," says Mrs.Patricia The speaker for the meeting, ;uate of Naples High School and ,j
110 Tomiaml Trail Phone MI 2.2131 campaign with different attitudes Milan. Elizabeth Parker, gave a talk Spring Hill College In Mobile, j
NANJS HOIIOA the two wives have Just For instance, she didn't tell on "Why Grow Old" giving for. :Ala. He Is presently a second 1
one aim-"l'll do whatever I Lieutenant in the U.S. .
stationed
him she mulas for Army
to keeping and
0* all YOU IOCAI IIAITOR planned run against young at. j
can to help my husband" at Fort Campbell, Ky.
him for a seat on Flint's non. tractive. The rest of the program
partisan city commission. followed, Introduced by
To Edward Milan, 40, a jewel, Toastmistress Betty Brehm. LillyPulitzerOf
er, the news came as a surprise. "Anyone Interested in attend.
The couple, say they have dls. log a toastmistress meeting can Mrs. Showalter
agreed about some local polltl call hostess Sandy Hackney for Naples Inc.In .
cal Issues. reservations at Ml 24682. The ,
Milan found out about his club will be delighted to have Backs ScrantonSAN
wife's plans when l Ie Kent to you," the publicity chairman an.
FRANCISCO (AP) A
the city clerk's office to obtain nounced.
nomination petitions. He learned The next meeting of the club Republican convention delegate eight
hit wife had picked up a set of will be held at the Tahitian Cove ;from Florida says she will back 4 marveloVs'colorsl
Gov. William W. Scranton of
petitions-but not for him on July 22 at 12 noon. Pennsylvania and that she be. A smartly designed

ft lleves he will get the votes of a w Wide brim

dozen of Florida's 34 delegates. v The very coolest
Mrs. Janet Showalter of Vero
STILL IN PROGRESS , Now through July 17th . There's Nothing Like It In Naplet . Beach, a former Florida GOP a The Lily
'.. Luxurious vice chairman, said Friday she hat
Carpets is backing Scranton because "I 1
think he is an organization

WOOLS..COTTONS..NYLONS. VffiageGreen man.She" said the campaign of U.S.

Sen. Barry Goldwater in Florida .
"shot our party all to
LEES pieces" and that the Goldwater HAT
LEES "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE 1 IS EVEN UTTER"A people conducted "the most vie.
Wool Face lous campaign I've ever been ITS It* AT.. 8. Naples. ru.
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Keep Car Tags wood a HI, who recently retttfo Jet Flying Coil e' flight The !training I was made when During the time Nlcl parking ticket
Right Side Up also was In w In ardent Pontiac has and Naval Aviation Cadet Cnaiies he successfully completed four ttaehod to Tritotpl wnn CpqjW ChrUtt, Tex.
HI. APV-When been displaying his plates, A. ttlckerson{ son of Mr. and carrier landings! and four takeoffs Four he tccu8tul M &MTI graduate* of Bay County ffKv:
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Miss Edna Lawrence( of Belvl side down since last Winter. up. MrsrCnarles!\ B. Nickerson of from the deck of the Int I- of Jet flight time white perfect School, Panama City, Nickers

derv, m, received a letter His number '* 680.888.. ben /J II1\ Naples, recently completed the submarine warfare support aircraft Ing lrto-lr gunnery! and fln! entered the N.vyinJamaryI95.'.

from the Pontiac, HI, police 888.099. ___ basic Jet training course with carrier USS Lexington, ally Ms carrier landing tM. ni*
threatening arrest for failure to Training Squadron Four it the while the carrier was operatingIn quei. I I CAll THE NEWS FOR
PW a parking ticket, she Firemen Play Forrest Sherman Field \aval) Gulf of Mexico. He has beta truufferrii N tW RUBBER STAMPS
thought something was wrong. ,
She had never been there. Leading Role r 4

insurance And when a Bloomington, HI, KANSAS CITY (AP) Fire. = NAPLES FURNITURE CO--!
company called her men played a leading role In
about a recent traffic accident,
the
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she was sure something was ter In KansaCIF Fn(laj' night
wrong She had been In no mis. we proudly the -
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extinguished famous
haps. ;a :small fire : present
In a false (curtain above, the!
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screen while the audler. of 300
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wati:tied them and the movie
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Chins of 2605 Storter Ave., S., McGrath StudIo.
announce the engagement of their Mr. Walker Jr. has attendedthe M r.Y r
daughter, Carol J., to P.F.C Naples Senior High School
Otrte R. Walker Jr., son of Mr. and Is now stationed at the Army
and Mrs Oble R. Walker of base In Fort Bennlng, Ga.
Airport Road. Wedding plans are being made
for a later date.
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MARJORIE F. PARKER piano yet retains the same high standard of quality found in aJl QRAND PIANO instruments


I for an extended European trip They sail on the "Rotter

Parker Holz-man dam" from New York Friday and/ during the three months

they are away will tour England, France, Belglym( Holland e ONLY TilE FINEST HARDWOODS

Germany, Austria, and Italy September 18th the SELECTED. l
EVERGLADES-Mr.and Mrs. eel, to Martin Herman Holrman,
Grahams will be In Cannes board for rJ. 1)
to e
"Independence" METAL PARTS ARE CAST TO TIlE
I F.C. Parker, Jr. of Statesboro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J.of ,
Ga., announce the engagement I Holzman of Everglades, Florida. the return trip home MOST EXACTING SPECIFICATIONS.
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their daughter, Marjorie Fran. Miss Parker attended Tin Col. Mr and Mrs Harold Carpenter of the Bahama Club '
lege In Forsyth and Is presently e ALL EXPOSED METAL; TRIM AND I t'I i ,
r attending Georgia Southern Col. have left to motor to Rochester, N. Y., then Into Canada PEDALS ARE OF POLISHED BRASS. Metropolitan t

.I"t- ... FOR legs, where she JS majoring In and probably to the west coast They will be 8waykfor.several
l! I TENDER LOVING jRecrealUTfK: \ .., ;.**&. i -, '.weeks. ,,, e CLOSE TOLFRKNCJS ASSURE QUALITY* !!IJ I 1. : '" . jtIJ i.v
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, Mr e Q15IIk*** tended'Gar.", and' 'rTdfoMBe15oh TllROUrJll6orAtL'PHASES'OF',, T I ..
don Mllltlnr College In Barnei. Wednesday, Mr Mrs. Ft.. are SMALL DOWN PAYMENT:

"RIjHOME 1 vllle, Ga., where he was a mem. going to Lynchburg, Va., to spend two weeks On the CONSTRUCTION. r

I ber presently of the enrolled Sabre Club.In Georgia He Is 29th they fly from New York to London where they pick These are but a few outstanding features offered 2 YEARS TO PAY

' Southern College where he will up a car to tour for two months in England and Scotland. I' his uncommonly low price.

NURSING ; receive his B.S. degree In Phy. Speaking of touring, the Frank Meades say they

steal Education In December. are having a whirl In their little "Red Bug" on their travels I
SEMIPRIVATE ROOMS He Is a charter member of Eta
LOW AS $25 WEEKLY Rho Fpsllon at OorplaSouthern through Germany. They are playing all the golf GRAND PIANO COMPANY, INC. hat maintained high standard of excellence In the piano

Conroct Mrs. Keller$ R. N. A September wedding being courses along the way, but had to skip the one in Bremerhaven Held since 1911. This standard and experience Is passed on to you in be form of assurance of

5400 Itocon fort loulevore"Trailwmdi Moon, Hondo planned. They were too busy learning to shift their car. GRAND PIANO quality. The many technological advancements !la todays modem Industry. enable
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Prisoner Charged erhaven in September.Back year written warrantee that you automatically gel when you purchase I new GRAND PIANO CO.

EXCLUSIVE AT RAR With Burglary to the Joneses. Their daughter, Ann Holccmbe Instrument.

Ignites Himself Jones, and her cousin, Sally Hughes, are taking a similar

Our Special trip and expect to see each other once or twice in Europe.
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Individuality( ye.ir.old prisoner :awaiting trial Miss Jones, who lives in Washington, D. C., Is a French C alSI''-=':.I.:'.=....''I.:'-='.:I'.'-='.:f. . ; :.' ; :
in . for burglary turned himself Into interpreter for the federal government. This leads to fascinating :!;: -
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his Jail: cell.Sheriffs assignments. She Is currently touring this countryin J!]: 15 YEAR WARRANTY 1 M,)
GIFTS deputies| said WillieC. a party with Dr and Mrs. Chaura of Damascus, Syria.

Campbell) of Plant City apparently ' o THE BACK Will "be repairedrce, aare icnl< to our ticlory) "Hhm I I' nut.
Accessories obtained a can: of light ATTEND YALE REUNION (I'IJ] charge d( ipliin within 15 years, a THE KEYS Art .w.r.nlClId and if *ccltknlilly I}
Antiques er (lull I l. poured It over his body Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Burnham write that they .Ni o PIN IIlO<1Will\ "be rcplnced "free of bfolcn ur plil' new eoei will,
and then It. are charge if il hfculii wiihin, I IS ynro > "be lupplHil il COM wiiliMi, I I' yun 1
He was: Ignited taken to a hospital enjoying nice cool weather on Fishers Island, N. Y. On the 1IJ(I'] 51 RINGS I New unit will i be (urrtiihcd THE "TONEPVAftQ", WiMbrcplK! '..' free uf charge ,if they ire broken wiihinI It prove uruclbnlly (kficli** subs
INTERIORS with first, second and third de. way to their cottage they attended Mr Burnham's Yale I I' )eirio I 15 veinTHE ,
gree burns over all of his bol( >'. Class reunion in New Haven, Conn. And they receiveda I] 71-NINO PINS, New onu! will, "be fur. a !PLATE I It |u>rinlccd.. M will be. is):
Furniture His condition was listed as erittial. s: imbed il' hruktn il my lime within, I 15 heed free of charge il proven wraclur :; :
red carpet tour of the World's Fair as guests of Robert ?ear, airy ifcdciivi within IS vein
Upholstering Deputies said Campbell was Moses. Mr. Moses is president of the Fair Corporation ((I) a PIANO ACTION Pans of same Kill, "he e All miicruli ud woriminili utcd In (I INr IJ
furrmhid Irn >rf charge if bn>Un Through the fiimhmi are of ih* hiiheil pads 1 1Ihroughuul
aperies rushed to the hospital last Sunday ,: : : :: :
and a classmate of Mr. Burnham's, ordinr) UH wiihin I M pan but he( mnh llHll cannot be
Cat'petingI after taking 123 aspirin tlb.I pl] a MAMMIHS Ni.. one well he furrmhed made immune to ills menu: of turrouad &(I)
I lets. He escape. from the ho*. Before returning to Naples, the Burnhams plan a trip se: il win .n) lime if broken l when old mine Ing condHKini
I peal :and was recline Thurs Into Canada. Then will visit Mr. Burnham's childrenin '
'. they (i], . . _. _. __... _. .}i)
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It'1 I .I I'rUlh l"Il 1.lac.': :alone In the cell IOc'k"hI'li the Conn; and Hudson Ohio

Incident occurred. Other prison Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haynes leave the 21st for New
et's were taking show'
: ere. York and the wedding of their son, Arnold Dupree II, ...
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No cookie in the house forth to Antoinette Margaret Vinci, July 25th Following the

1290 Third St. So. joungitert Cream together 10 o'clock ceremony at the Church of the Holy Family,

Member butter or margarine with lightbrown the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Richard Vinci,
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agar, add null. Spread
American Institute the mixture o\er graham crackers will give a reception at the Waterwheel Inn, Ardsley,

Interior Deilgnei and broil. Lei the crackers coolWrecn I N. Y. After their wedding trip to Bermuda, the young
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p i couple will live in Philadelphia while Mr. Haynes continues .

his studies at Temple University

The second summer luncheon and card party span

'cittr' for Lovclincss Bored by the Naples Community Hospital Auxiliary is

e. scheduled for this Wednesday. July 15th, at the Tahitian

tJ ../1(611'.y V0011 7J.1't, Cove. Mrs. Donald T. H. Jones, MI 2.5340, has been
taking reservations at a great rate Among those who will
Dvehes Beach Club Be.ltl.S.IcI. _MI S-27S1 SOL'NDING BOARD: J ply maple HAMMERS: 100% pure wool fiber CAPfNETRV Highest quality finlihlnc
Docs A Young nomsn wi be there are: Mrs, Carl Davis and her bridge club, Mrs.E. I 11 I square feet sounding board arc hammer mush proofed lull ten techniques ud painstakingly hand
I "A skilled Cosmetologist .Us Need Cotmetici P Everhard, Mrs. Jack Meadors, Mrs. Harry Green, 'west maple used 5 lair construction pound weight for tonal excellence re- rubbed ullirpal.* in durability dcpendabiluy. 'I
, traded enlist who fin Yeo: She de>>e.1 Whoa II guaranteed not to tplit trebel enforced. tupled boauty- I I
and Mrs Walter Keller Mrs, P D Smith Mrs W, Theodore
ice the real yon help kin I I. firm .sd lovely UJfe bridge cut 2 ndci
you to show your and mort Inthe | time. to bells to care Jones, Mrs, B G Sutton Mrs. Nick Mmanch. Mrs. J. H. I
charming self far It. It's much more dif. Summerlin and Mn Cerl Hauber to few.
faihloi mention a
height of ssiVmx fruit'! (a briar It bock If just

of the famous picawomen you let II/t.rlor.t. from STORE HOURS
neglect. Cosmetics jo two f44&4' .
artists hare m.d. .
canting sad eves I"tal ""*'- things: they flvo-JwUntl. 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. ;
.o... fie care to hcalfliKtkln.snd CHECK and DOUBLE CHECKIvn ,
became they paw
Open Friday until
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which
thing !I. s vernal .hence each woman's sue. DUNBARS OFFICE CLOSED SATURDAY
se-o.. eke mofBUcdi AFTERNOONS
dill loveliness. S.lectl.gcontact '
Mesa Lisa perhaps the product for the ESfir. y mpV'' rwtFurniture
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most certainly famous set of be aged ,care of the skin require .,.... newt All Igtefs, ) PHONE: :MI 2-3040 1 f
standards the help of a trslned Coo. $v3 up
beautiful_ WilD by any Simpsos.for I..toIGI... 8oa Is a food Bum Proof Plastic Top pest Co.
King re.MBneed elconoer bat moot women HIMNFSS MACHINE_ SALES. KEPAIRXn
whom a
and male trouble for them .' RENTALS
his throne .solve becooM thov dG'tPO fREE PROMPT COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERSON
Ten Marilyn\ Monroe iEI.\IYFRI RF.R ('PYI
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ANDREWS, Scotland greens on the Old Course but 11 'I', i tr
(AP-Tony Lema carted the must approach them with shots Naples' American Lt-ifioMIM-.,.
British Open Golf Champion. that might not look spectacularor 'tt ball team had one of those nights SPORTS
ship home with him Friday but even good. Friday at Palmetto and droppedan
he says he only won 49 per Lema learned that lesson In 11.1 decision to Bradenton
cent of It. one short morning-.his opening second .place Leclon team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
"Tip Anderson was at least SO round 73 after only 23 holes of The heal team was stuiiiei

per cent of this team and I practice. Anderson steered him. t at the pUt by Bradenton pitcher COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday July 12. II'C
reckon to say SI per cent would Said Tip, after the winning Bob lrarst'. curve balls, ob. 8
not be loo far wrong," the 30.vear.olcl performance tanning only five hits and missingor
San Leandro, Call, "He's a great player. His a. looking at third strikes 12
pro said swing Is about as sweet as Sam times. Charles Barley scored Senior Little League
Anderson whose right name Is Snead'c There's very little dlf. Naples' only run In the second
James Junior, may be the best ference In Ms came when you Inning when he was hit b>' a
caddy in the world. He's 88, the compare It to Mr. Palmer's, He pitch and moved around the
IOn of James Anderson who still Is more relaxed. When some bases on ertors.Bradenton Ends Season
Is caddying at famed old St. thing goes wrong, like a six he feasted on losing Bright
Andrews, and he steered Arnold took at the fifth bole Friday, he pitcher Tom Hamilton for 11
Palmer tn two British Open titles forgets It Immediately, ?wA 1411 hits, but loose support b>' Naples
and a second place that Lema's triumph qualified him fielders contributed material to With Tie And ForfeitFINAL
was only one shot short. for the $100,000 World Series of 1 the Bradenton scoring There
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Lema's first go at British Golf along with Palmer, the ", ... --l.--: ; ; "'--_ : fi "" ---=rat were six Naples errors.
courses was here In the past Master's champion, and Ken The home season of Naples do STANDINGS Thornton came In after Llght

three days and he whipped Venturi, U. S. Open, King The SAILS I ON THE SEA Class A participant. move put the Brtnton Light sea Wednesday afternoon at 2, W L ner's three-run triple and pre

"the Old Lady" with 736868.70 fourth competitor will be the Tower at start of the eeml-annual Newport.to.Bermuda yacht race The yawl Burgoo a Clan when Avon Park pays a visit. Dodgers 12 S vented further scoring. Roger
for 279 and a five-shot triumphover PGA champion to be selectedat E yacht, won the event with a corrected time of three dayt. eight hours and fifty second. Lefthander Nick Pedro will take Reds 9 7 Mann singled and came home on
runnerup Jack Mcklaus. Columbus, Ohio, starting the mound for Manager Rollle Pirates 7 11 an error In the sixth to bringthe
"Tip did it," he said. "He next Thursday. Rice's team, which hopes to Im.
12-
within
Reds one run,
first lesson to its 3.7 record. An away Cubs 6 11
taught me the prove on
run seven Irons onto those tough Pitching coach Harry Brecheenof ('ontest'Ith Wauclmla next Friday 11.
greens, I put my wedge away the Baltimore Orioles lost all Jaycees Edge Standard Oil will end the season The Senior Little League sea Llghtner went four-for-four
at his advice and that's the best seven decisions in two hitches Bradenton scored once In the son concluded Inconclusively and seven teammates chippedIn

thing I ever did" with Galveston of the Texas first Inning when Terry McGln. Friday night when Cypress Lodge with McCarthywastheonly
The great Bobby Jones re. League In 1933-36. In 1937 he nls reached base on an error and 295 Dodgers and Elks Reds battled Dodgers.

quired something like five years won 21 games for Portsmouth, In Final Little League GameSECOND came Rome on a single by Gor. to a 12-12 tie In the final Red with two hits, and the team
to learn you cannot attack the Va. don Tjler. Barley's run tied it game of the summer. total was seven.Turkey .
in the second, but In the third
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Bradenton went ahead to stay
HALF STANDINGSW give Holland two-run singles. His second key scheduled Collier -
champion Salley a } with two scores. Three erors, contest Friday, Dinner
FLY NAPLES L run for its money In the second hit chased In the two flfth-lnnlni and singles by Richard Buckle, County Motors Cubs were

.. Holland alley 8 2 part of the season. runs that erased a 4-3 Standard Garst, and Richard Trapp resulted able to field only eight playersfor Winds Up TourneyAt
MIAMI Jaycees 7 3 With the conclusion of the regular edge and gave Jaycees the lead for In the runs. their game against Lawyers

Standard Oil 5 5 season, all-star team good. Lance Stahlman led off The winners added four runs on Abstract Pirates. The Pirates, Beach ClubA ''I

New Exchange 5 5 members can prepare In earnest the fifth with a walk and Don four hits In the fourth inning and with their forfeit victory, movedout turkey dinner culminated a J
Year
Round Daily Schedule Klwanls 3 7 for their tournament date at Sa- Hunter singled. With two out, chased Hamilton with three more of fourth place for the first day of golf and fun for the men and

Naples To Miami Trail Cleaners 2 8 rasota July 23. A practice game Provenzano singled to right runs In tie, fifth. Pedro retiredthe time this season. women of the Naples Beach Clubon
Is set for Monday at 7 p.m. and both runners came In. side In the fifth and Mike Next big date In Senior LIt- Wednesday, July 8th.
7:45: AM. 11130, AM 3.45 P'.M.: Jaycees rallied to edge Stan- Jaycees took a 3-0 lead In the Weeks faced only three battersIn tle League activities Is next Fri- The event for the day was a
dard Oil, 6-4, behind the pitch- Provenzano pitched the distance the sixth, striking out all "Four Ball Best Ball" tournament ,
third when Mike Watkins
Miami and of Chris Friday and picked up his Inning three. day or Saturday, when Naples'allstar winners
To Naples Ing hitting Proven- and the first place I'
walked the bases filled with
with
team travels to Veniceto
9:0: AM. 2:15 P.M. zano Friday night In the final eighth victory of the season Naples filled the bases In the were Mr. and Mrs. William Koe.
: : 5:00: P.M two out, and Provenzano followed In the three-team
with one out, but compete
third inning Me.
of the Little League sea- against three defeats. He struckout gel and Mr. and Mrs. L.F.
game with a single to center to sendIn could not score Pedro Sar and district tournament. The tour
Connection and Reservations to any point In the world 10 Standard Oil batters to Connell with a net score of S3.
son.The sole run his season total to 99 In 60 two teammates. Dirk Elfer Van Weeks' hit singles in that nament winner will go on to There was a two-way tie for
NAPLES AIRLINES. victory gave Jaycees The dink singled In the sixth and scored Inning. Other Naples hits were Orlando for the state Senior Lea- second place with a net score of
Innings. Jaycee rlghthand-
of second and
possession place
on two errors to provide Jaycees by Don Walker, Van Weeks again, gue playoffs.At 58 which was settled with a
Concourse 1 Miami pushed Standard Into a tie for er won more games than any
Naples Airport AirportMI with insurance and Frank Breeden. a drawing today In Fort My drawing Mr and Mrs. T.V.
2-J4J4 NE 4-5811 third with Exchange In second- other pitcher and ranked third The losers held hitless for Trapp led the Bradenton often ers, the three Senior League Adams and Mr. and Mrs. E.V.

City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 C.rtrersNN half play. Jaycees rose from a In strikeouts. three Innings, broke through for slve with three hits. He also had teams In this district will drawto Brumflel won the draw. Mr. and
With the bat, Provenzano hit three in Bradenton's 54 victoryat
37 record In the first( half to Mrs. Ed Anderson and Mr. and
all four of their runs In the fourth see which teams play Friday.
Naples last month.
Four hits, two errors, and two The winner of Friday's gameat third.Mrs. T.K. Montgomery were

walks figured In this rally that Venice will play the team
The results of the Low Net
gave Standard a temporary lead. Bowler Tuttle that draws the bye the followIng event on Tuesday, July 7, were:

Tremendous For Gary Hartford singled Tim Bell day. also at Venice. ThisIs 1st. Mrs. Wilbur Eckard 36;
Buys doubled, and Robert Cross and Here Naples' fourth year In Senior 2nd A four .w I)' tie with a net
Rick Jaeger beat out Infield hits Coming League ball, Venice's second 38 involving Mrs. Tom Abbott,

during this uprising.The Brookside Bowl has been in. year and Englewood's first Mrs. Homer Dixon, Mr.Howard
only other Standard hit in formed by the Atlanta office of year. Johnson, Mrs. S.W. McCune.

BOATING PLEASURE the game was a harmless singleby AMF that Tommy Tuttle, one of In Friday night's tie game, There will be the usual Tues.
Fred Zimmerman with two America's finest young bowling the Reds pushed across a run day event on July 14.Cardinals' .

out In the sixth. Jaycees had professionals, has been assignedfor In the last of the seventh with

- '. The Stamp only five hits, two by Proven- clinic an at exhibition Brookside and free Bowl bowling on Saturday .; two out to wipe a Dodger lead Grid

133" Orlando Scamp fiberglass boat with zano, two by Hunter and one July 25. that had stood since the fifth

F,,, canvas top, aide curtains, and back drop -r by Elferdlnk. Bell pitched the Tuttle, native of North Inning. The Reds scored seven Team Planning
a beautiful new boat just received, coupled distance for Standard Oil and Carolina counts his bowl. times In the fourth to go
with I a 1960181t.P. Evlnrude motor. We've struck > among 10-4 but in the fifth Move To Atlanta
completely reconditioned the motor *ndd out 14 Jaycees, Ing accomplishments one sanshoned ,ahead ,
It's In excellent'condition.. r "*"* 300 games as well a4 belnfe the Dodgers counted elghr ,runs ATLANtA (AP> -The ownersof
Boat and motor comptetaihown the winner of the $10,000 Carl. to regain the lead, 12-16. the St. Louis Cardinals of the r4
Little Ing Bowling Classic and a An error on Bruce McCar- National Football League have
$750 League finalist In the World's Invita. thy's two-out grounder In tne decided to move their franchise
w tlonal Tournament. He had qualifying seventh allowed Scott Black to to Atlanta In 1965, the Atlanta

Averages average of 220for 36 games cross the plate with the tyingrun. Constitution said In today's edl.
In this tournament.As .
Black led off the Inning tlons.
a member of the AMF ad. The newspaper said Charlesand
Complete season vlsory staff, Tuttle is a quail with a pinch-hit single. William Bldwlll, who own
40 or more at bats The Dodgers took an early
fled Instructor, and the two exhibitions the team, are expected to sign a
AB H RP Avg,, at 2:30 and 8 p.m. on lead with three runs on five contract with the Atlanta-Fulton
1 Gratton 63 34 55 .539 Saturday, July 25, promise to second-Inning hits. Don Light- County Stadium Authority and
M r Hartford 62 31 45 .500 rank among the outstanding bowl. nor, Mark Finger Ron Benfield, to make an announcement of
Hall 56 24 34 .429 lift! events ever held in Naples. and Carlos Alfonso hit singles, the transfer prior to an exhibition .
Barley 50 21 40 .420 The exhibitions will be open and Bill Davldsen had a double game at Atlanta Aug. 13.
to the public without charge, it Lightner singled and scored In The BidwiUs have made sev.
Johnson 51 21 19 ,412D
Hunter 66 24 27 .364 was announced. the third to make It 4-1, and eral visits to Atlanta to observe
the Reds picked up a pair of construction of the city's new
Frank 158 21 31
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$18 million stadium, which Is
/ Daniels 47 17 15 .362 Softball runs In their half. scheduled for completion next
All seven Reds' runs In the
Orlando t Lawrence 150 18 32 .360 April.
Ensign fourth unearned with three
Provenzano 71 25 31 .352 were ,
( below) key errors opening the doors. fy
"' Tucker 153 le 24 ,340Gracely Averages
15'3" brand boat with
Fiberglass new canvas top There also were four walks two
and IIX'.I; Mercury 35 II.P motor fresh out of the '" ' e 150 16 16 .320
+ Allen 60 19 37 Includes allgames with the bases loaded and singles
box, complete with remote controls and battery y, 1 r .317
new boat and new motor ,, 'iktt l Rayburn 50 15 22 .300 .40 or more at bats by McCarthy Phil Hadley .

T. Hunter 150 15 20 .300 AB R H Avg and Al Hackney. Ion SUN. FUN w.:a f/ar
$1395 w Wheeler 64 21 30 .469 The Dodgers' fifth-Inning
Bell 45 13 26 .289
Fisherman's .Griffin 52 15 19 .288 Rice 56 14 24 .429 counter-rally was climaxed by Silver King! I IBo.l

Delight Llndabury 49 14 18 .286 Schultheis 49 26 21 .429 Llghtner's fourth hit, a long triple ( H v M D > ,(
28 29
Stahlman 69 .420
to rlght-centerwiththebises
Vachon 62 17 23 ,274O MODERN. SAFE FAST
63 19 215 .397 started the InnIng -
$745 Cowles 60 18 28 ,267H Flowers filled. Lightner FISHING CRUISER
Watkins V. Weeks 46 12 17 .37(1 with a double. Ron Rose,
% 49 13 20 .265
rR 4T s' Brand new 15' Orlando Fiberglass finding boat M. Watkins 58 15 23 .260 Hartnett 59 21 20 ,339Llles Steve Steele, and Jeff Johnsonhit Ml 2-2137 or Ml 2-3940
.? 1"i.a, with bait well We've coupled! It with a slight 58 16 19 .327 singles during the uprising. Capt. Cecil Lamb
0 cn4 ,', J's. -., k3 r v ly used 10(13 Johnson 18 II.P. electric starting Flowers 62 16 23 .258 Shinier 44 18 14 .318 Reds relief pitcher Glenn ?
T w, "tSf .ar'y-: 4 motor In excellent condition. Boat and motor Hatcher 47 12 16 .255 Pease 67 17 21 .313. -< .
complete onlyUSED Bass 51 13 24 .255
Rans 45 7 14 ,311D
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Rogers 46 11 17 .239
Weeks 71 26 21 .296
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Sitta 53 12 7 .227
Walker 50 11 14 .220 Wolf 51 15 15 .294 "ask the at "
Nan Hall 52 15 14 .269 men Imperial. .
Stahlman 42 9 16 .214
oTr. Schmucker 49 8 13 .268
f+M Stoner 58 12 22 .207 Caballero 53 11 14 ,264Blckford Are you a solid citizen who wants a solid
Fry 40 8 10 .20(1
RP--Runs produced, total of 61 21 16 .262 house with everything modern, from the Utett In

runs scored and runs batted In. Hartter 54 12 14 .259 kitchen to the newest in air conditioning? Ask
Askew 51 17 13 .255
about this 3 bedroom, 2'/j bath house in the
Earl Cox <2, recently set a Yahl 59 7 14 .237
California tale men's bottling Cothron 69 12 16 .232 Moorings, a home.a. hostess will love 'listed at

MOTORS tournament record when he fired Kelly 69 7 15 .218 $32,000.
S 78J series The Compton Peer 42 10 9 .214

resident rolled 279. 247 anti 2J7. Haynes 44 12 9 .204
Or host who loves
are you a congenial

Re-built and Guaranteed people almost as much as money? Here's howto

Value of the WeekIN satisfy your two great loves, buy the Tropics

1963 Mercury 1000 Electric starting lOflO 18 II.P, Evinrude 195.00 Lodge 19 units and a swimming pool makes

and generator $850.00 10RO 35 IIP Electric starting money while you entertain. Listed at $160,000.
Gale Buccaneer t21:!) each
1950 2% II.P. Evinrude 49.00 269,00
1960 40 ".r. Evlnrude :Manual 275.00 REAL ESTATEFOR
1959 6 H.P. Mercury ---- 8900
Evlnrude 8500 ltl58 35 11.1' Evinrude Manual -._ 165.00 Want a beautiful view across the Bay of
1953 15 11.1' -------
1960 15 II.P. Gale Buccaneer __ 13500! lt)81) 75 H.Pl Evinrud electric RENT Naples from a large lot for little money? This

starting and generator 495.00; EXCELLENT OFFICE AND STORE SPACE lot is our favorite in Aqualane over 200 feeton

Located on 5th Ave; So. between 10th & 11th St. the bay. Listed at $10,000.

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STRANGE MENAGERIE-Marion Smallwood adopted family the Cambodian harder The earner has proved, under .*+.Iit( dpndits' nice tmUbte", \ to jvngle" warfare. than modern vehicles
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111 they live together happily. Smallwood, a student at Oklahoma .
State Tech Okmulgee, likes animals and acquires
REGAL CHECK King Constant,. the new young
members of his odd collection-all orphans-when they're
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,(Jointly,Decided 'i mTa t' project for their Latin class Although Latin projects are expert' ArletteCollot, the I i'ti ,'" .' J
generally term, papers and the like, the boys decided to think bIg. So, using ancient current Miss France, is PLUGGING ALONG What a way to make a bucket of ltttdJ 'it '1
Roman designs, they constructed a l,500-pound replica of a catapult. No nails were used wearing a glittering dress of oats! Dressed like this walking up and down Pittsburgh
and (he only concession to the 20th century is the garbage can cover stuck on the firing stainless steel. A French Pa, streets, to promote colonial furniture of a department RO.I) \\'.OOOIII-! Deep In the heart or everyone, Donna
arm, The builders got an A for their project, then looked hard for a buyer. The hunt steel firm says that "almost Axum, Miss America, dons traditional headgear for
"was in vain, so they dismantled the big weapon and burned It. anything" can be made of store, this horse has some pointed thoughts, such Texans, as a guest of the National Jaycees, In conventionin
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1O COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I I. ft} i.klftuff 1 day. I._.!.. it. i _u_ $28.000 dwelling at 1813 Hurricane Chamber.
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Tb. Mr construction! total Is the contractor for a planned (Continued from li
County Building parr:
now sncU at $,114.Michigan $8.500 remodeling of the Rain-
Construction Co. took out the Platt believes the "da.
Week bow Restaurant 283 Nfntb'StreetNorth.
$46,424County "...'. Wcpit permit, for 1$18. Brisk Week Owner Is Julia Miner. plorable" condition of U.s. High
building activity for till 000 house at Blj Cypress Country way 41 is abtg contributing causeto
Elhanon will build
Combs a
week lUst ended reached< a total Club Estates for ThomasC. the drop of summer visitors.He .
of $48,424, with only six per, Hughes drive-In restaurant at 2900 Ninth referred to the"circle route"
mitt issued by the county bull'* State Homes Inc.will construct In BuildingTwo Street North for $8.000. Lewis -down one coast and up the
InC office. a 11,224 residence for JamesJ. Pools will install a $3,000 pool other summer visitors are
Waller Jr. on a lot in Sunny for Shirley Beck.IS 74 Third Street prone to travel when not advised .
Title Acres. First Florida Resource big commercial additions North. Bahama Pools will put In against it. He pointed out
Companyof Corp. took out a 19,500: permitto featured a $376.950 week at the a $2,300 pool for Earl Neal. 1922 the "Triple A" has been ad.
build a house In Its Bro I.ld. City of Naples building office Fifth Street South. vising visitors to shun Highway
Naples developn tQ I But Naples. and made the construction total 41 on the southwest coast.

ABSTRACTS ESCROWS Bud Mallery is the contractor so far this month 396450. Viewing major improvementson
Pepnard Bldg. for a 41 by 11-foot concrete stor Estimated cost of the First Barry Not Choice the Trail with optimism,Pfaff
MI 2-M5I age buUfJiD Grifflsat believes in another year that sit
National Bank addition will be
8(1 Fifth Arc., So. "ar .*. oetrwilRl be 4200. The bank Is locatedat Of Most GOP, Says uatlon will change
170000.
Hirer Construction will build a He stated a number of other
W. J. $3,000, 3 bedroom and bath 691 Fifth Avenue South and Senator Smathers reasons to expect more summer
.Naples. addition tor Cecil Granger at the addition will convert the pre WASHINGTON visitors. In past year, he point.
Pwt... ') "I.Pt. Immokajlee.Doit. sent one-story bank Into a three GloreSmath.ra. (AP) -S e n. ed out, the average summer
.. D.FU.
.... story structure. F.B. Schreckis says traveller was a middle class
that U
Barry Goldwater la nom.
A the contractor for the working man taking his family
Re ,Utterkut 6,545- mated for president, it will help
on a two-week vacation. The time
square foot addition and Hugh generate support for a nation.
Bremerman the was limited therefore the trip
was designer. wide presidential primary.
Just A Phone Call Hm Wlggs and Mule will construct Smathers has been the sponsor had ing out to be of shortened the great southeastern Many drlv
of a for
a B.337-squ foot addition proposal national
to
section of the United States at. RISING I I 0 NTH ESE View/ from porthole of a Staten Island terry frames the
the Naples Yacht Club 1395 Seventh party primaries since 1948.
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He said that Goldwater does tempted to limit travel to one towers of lower Manhattan aa they appear to visitor coming! to New York by the water rout..
ALLIED SERVICE Street South. Walter Keller day's drive. That did not give
not seem to be the choice of the
was the architect for the $105- them time to reach Naples
Republican rank and file although .

Sloe DAVIS BLVD. S/l IM4TI 000 A project.residence and boat slip for vorlte of he the i.convention.apparently the fa. TIMES! CHANGING The Racial Scene

eee..e.AlLtaO Don B. Knapp at 717 Galleon Smathers said his proposal "That picture is changing rapidly .
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I pratt said "Vacation
Drive also win be built by
"crI.nC" Wiggs "would
'.nleln' I all cl Urftr signal the death knell of time Is
Cammsrclsl. and Do""tI."Ii'iTrl"reUOt' Equipment and Maale with construction the smoke-filled stretching to three or
room and
the
Chief William Marable
Ga. AP A One arrested said the Police
four weeks. Cars have been COLBERT ( ) man
estimated at $51,000. evil connotations" which accom. Improved to make travel easier, Negro educator of Washington demonstration was sponsoredby of Tuscaloosa Ala., Imposed an
George Kraft plans to build a pany it. 8 p.m.. curfew on all
Racial persons
including alr.condltlonlne. In. D.C., was killed by a shotgun the Congress of
terstate highways steadily blast Saturday as h* was returning Equality. 21 years and younger Friday as
stretching longer distancesis to his home with two The demonstration began: Fri. a result of an incident at a city
Important to travel. The other Negro Army reserve offi. day night. When the cafeteria theater Thursday night
'Invasion' is creeping further cers from Ft. Bennlng Ga. closed the group moved to another Att '. Gen. Robert F. Kenne.
south. Lamuel A. Penn, 49, director Hayes.Blckford In Bos dy asked federal court In Atlan.
Referring again to the Deve.I of Washington's five vocational ton's Back Bay until It also U to decide on a motel own.
I lopment Commission records,he high schools, was shot In the closed. er's challenge of the i'onstitut ton.
pointed out the report shows that head as he was driving/ on a They then moved to a Brook. allty of the civil rights bill's
How do large majority of summer vlsi- lonely north Georgia highway.In line branch, and when It dosed public accommodations seitlon.

your tore to Florida come to tour the Washington Atty. Gen. Ro. they returned to the Harvard CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) -
II ate. In one survey by the bert F.Kennedy was Immediate. Square cafeteria.In National Guard troops left Cam.
I commission 2,028,000 summer ly notified of the shooting. A roVe other racial Incidents bridge today, exactly one year
visitors reported their object ernment spokesman said the FBI around the nation from the night of racial violencethat
was to tour the state. At the was directed to determine One white man was shot and them.
brought
w r same time only l,300,000polnted whether a violation of federal two others Injured In a theater The 50 men were up before
I home loan out one definite spot they intended law had occurred. integration attempt at Lake dawn for breakfast. About two
geta to visit. City Fla., Friday night as spo.
Penn' was in charge of the hours later, as the sun was
'. Pfaff thinks the Improved Ta. district's live vocational high radlc outbursts of violence on- breaking through a hazy sky
mlaml Trail plus "Alligator Al schools, supervised evening and tlnued In the wake of the new' five jeeps and two 2'/j-ton trucks
ley" will cause a "fantastic" Increase summer school classes and was civil rights act. rumbled across the Choptank
of summer visitors to in charge of most personnel The violence broke out aftera River which flows past the town.
Naples. He expressed consider. matters in the Negro woman knifed a white
vocational eve. With the Guardsmen went the
Federal ? able optimism about future In. nlng and summer schools. youth when she was refused admittance modified militia law they estab.
at Naples fluence of the cross-state highway Penn had nearly completedhis to the white sectionof 11 shed to keep a tense racial
a theater. Negroes have been
I on Naples. work for a doctor's degree peace.It .
"Many tourists coming down and had studied at Howard sitting In the balcony. has cost Maryland taxpayers .
the east coast who have pre. New York and Columbia universities. Negroes and white persons about $800,000 to keep them
vlously visited Miami, and are tangled over the knifing and here
Interested in avoiding big city He is survived by his widow, Thomas E. Booth, 21, was shotin _
congestion will travel 'Alligator Georgia, and three children the abdomen. He was rejwrt. JACKSON Miss. (AP-A Negro .
Alley' across the state to Naples Lemuel Jr., S, Sharon 10, and ed In fair condition. Baptist church building was
," he believes.He Linda, 13.Twentyseven. Witnesses said white persons destroyed by fire early Saturday
believes the out-of.step milling around the theater en. in what civil rights workers hint.
Follow these simple instructions trend on the southwest coast, Negroes were trance used broomsticks and ed was the latest racially Inspire
where population growth far out. arrested In Cambridge Mass, clubs to force the Negroes ed Incident in Mississippi.The .
strips the travel Increase, has early today during a demonstra. away. latest fire occurred near
been due to the poor condition Lion on hiring policies at a cafe. A deputy sheriff said a heavy Greenwood 90 miles north of
of U.s. 41. With Improvements terla chain. rainstorm broke up the disturb. here after the FBI had beefed
the Trail, and the construction Five men and two teenage ance "just In time." Extra po. up its forces in race.troubled
"Alligator Alley" he pedlct.the girls were charged with Ires> lice, deputies and highway pa. Mississippi.
picture will change. passing by police after they refused .> trolmen were called out. Greenwood fire officials said
to leave the Harvard I As FBI Director J. Edgar there was no reason to suspect

t 1. Actually, the only thing we definitelyjn-) 4. Our home loan department will ,actpromptly ; "HIGH RANKING Square Hayes.Blckford cafete. Hoover visited .,Mississippi to ar an. 0
% In'a ; Development ; Q\\ liftli-"tla when ordered by the man. dedicate a new, FBI office re. Fdward Rudd, staff member I
sist upon is that you have found s house f fo / on your loan application. All approved 'slon survey it was recordedthat ager. inforced with more agents for of the Student Nonviolent Co.

your liking that you wish to buy. transactions are completed without US 41 carried 601,952! The other Negroes, most of the state, two white men at. ordinating Committee, said a
vehicles in one period and rank. them picketing outside were arrested tacked and beat a rabbi and white i man previously had
; 2. If you'd rather build home that'sokay needless delay or red tape. We know that you ed fourth in the state in traffic for disturbing the peace.A ., two other white civil rights sought to buy the Pleasant Plain
your volume. US 1, on the east coast crowd of about 250 stood by workers near Hattlesburg. Missionary Baptist Church.
want to close the deal and into
I too! We will finance your home whether move your recording a traffic volume of and watched.
home as soon as you can. And we're here to 1,156,000 vehicles in the same I I
your dream house is already built or just on period, proved to be the most
the drawing board. cooperate in every way! heavily travelled highway in the
state. US 17 was second, and Weather ReviewMax. '

3. When you are ready to byy) or build your You see it's easy to get a home loan at US showed.00 was third the survey Min. Rain
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home, come right 1 Naples Federal when you follow these simpleover The optimistic view of the July 4 II 7Z '.05 BOOKS
future as seen by Pfaff, was July S U 7C 0.00
to
Naples instructions.
no reason he believed to relax July 8 88 7S US
efforts to attract visitors to the
Federal and _
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tell us about :- .Jr'--- "Our summer advertislngpro. July 8 t1 7Z '.00 SONG & STORY SHOP
Napes" Federal Savings and Loan Allocution is
gram over TV Is an example of July I II 7S 0.00
it. Brag a little if like. Be "1Im:
you :: chartered the U. S. Government
by an agency of what must continue. We are July 10 90 7' 0.24osta
just as proud of your prospective new homet it a community enterprise in which all who aiming this particularly at .uppU.d 1111 CtrlilbeU asrdens, 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2520

as you want. We understand. We've helped participate savings or loan account are mem- the Florida same residents time to expose but hoping summer at*

a great many of your neighbors in the financing ben of the association contributing to the growth tourists. They are more migratory

of their homes and tability of Collier County. Savm,. account than winter visitors. We
new ( we'll
Confidentially
want them to visit Naples," he
Federal backed THE
at Naples are by sound"manage
probably be bragging a little too We'reproud
said."Naples
ment and insured up to $10,000 by the Federal goes Buu "and uN..
of our record of home loans of Rediscovered two films
our Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation,an agency pies ,

contribution to the stabilized economy of of the United States Government It does make are running presently 15 minutes ready for in wide length distribution. 1

Collier County.) *' : a difference where you save "Naples goes Buggy" G
a black and white protrayalof the
Swamp Buggy Races for which I = I
Naples is famous, is now In the
hands of the Florida Develop.
ment Commission and ready for
NAPLES; FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION TV and club distribution" "Na.pies .
Rediscovered in color,
can be obtained from the local
(if till- F"nr1' V'M'fM
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Solana Studios."The Offers The
future looks bright but
we must keep on our toes," #;
said Pfaff.GREATER BEST FACILITIESFor

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Summit LeveiCommonwealth Commonwealth Rolntlons Srr.rrtiry \ .

Duncan Sandjs "'as ex.

petted to reject both SUCCP&i .

lions when the II government FIND THEM
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leaders attending th* conference ':

Talks RecessLONDON day.reetime formal suslons! Mon.


Kenyatta offered to contribute
(tAP) The Com.
monwealth summit conference Kenyan troops to help Britain

recessed Friday forprlvatetaflie deal with any' white settler re.

that b llton that might arise In eras
are likely
to center on
African demands for militaryforce I Ing the Rhod Btan rublt'm.One. CLASSIFIED

to end wi'tie minority ruleIn tailed for leading Ken.

Southern RhO<..lerd.. >a's Mau Mail anti.uhltp terror. vij1l1.v1waq

Prime Minister Jomo Kenyat. lets, Konjatta offered nls\ troops

ta of Kenya and President Jul. if they could help Southern

lua Nyerere of Taiajanjika. Rhodesia achieve a one.man :

Zanzibar both ore.vote constitution
proposed Friday
that a Commonwealth military Such a constitution would !five: 2-2/07

force Intervene in Southern absolute power to the Africans

Rhodesia. who outnumber the 220,000

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OUR British Prime Minister Alec PUBLIC NOTICi 13-Help Want Female 48-Apts. For Rent For Sal 59-Acreage

Douelas-Home aides said, con
CI..nna, Wo".n w.nl.d ltOuoaworh
PHARMACIST ceded that Britain has some NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PI.AZA BEAUTY SALON I day 0 *P.II WYmai I/O leu 1100 PRIVATE SALE DISTRESSII >*".: needs
legal rights to intervene mill Notic, I I. hereby |ivn by the City" IS2S C Tarn,ami Tra"I 7 701\ v/In oWamtroo Care I bdrm opts EffcienC NO BROKERS montyl 19 acres IHO totalprice. .
Council, of the City of Evrgldt, Ml-.., mrt TV Air Condo 741 41h Owner mutt tell three bedroom. Collier County Reel Et
M'E\HS tartly in Southern Rhodesia. Florid that a public htaring will .nt.d for svacsbaandlOunl Ave So Ml 24'4. 2 beth home 'n THE MOORINGS tale MI 2)911 Open SundtytFor .
ba held ., "U P M. Wednttday, Mull b. 11 y.. MI If __
But Hey added he Insisted that I Central heat and air
July 22 19M at th* City Mill City 7 U52 __ 16 II I It 2 bedroom apti Furmthid ova
no British government could en. of Evrldt for the purpste of UNIFORM SALE Clot to thoppmg 16} 4 MS per condition" ng carpeting throughout For trailer or hometit .
BV tertaln the idea of British coned."r.eo quost 10' ronns ore.iomnI Wh t* 4 Colors J SI I 91 t 55.Maternity FEMALE. HELP WANTIDrr.tcon month, Call C P Mirnt at *>ctpt ? bedrooms Com I acre tract IVt. acre S *and cr
troops plet kite len ncluding tpotal: tract with, electricity
Cj. the following dmcobsdproporty 4 tall oaatly r* Cn" Randolph Fuller Oftic. MI
GENE fighting British subjects Into Claus R V. Single Famy ducad To maka roim for th aBarco iaiedry 22949. Ret Ml 2 5MJI and dithwather. N,ca tcrttnad roedt Other big *crg* tracta
Oattchad Vacation' Home: Lint, Coma see ul Hours /'. wIll porch, paved driveway todded" 120 dn t0 pr "' 0. and up.
McLAINRobmnon .- --- - --- Thou portions of Tract J 4 K 930 I'30 W* have Or, 4 14-Help Wanted Male lawn Phone Ml 2 4104 after Collier County Real Ettat Ml
'Ivies : Berbers lachatiLINNIE RENTI It PM 5/2511 2.3419 Open Sunday
) 0UlTrct"p! and"Tr.etl'Q APT FOR
UNIFORMS
Trait : S Track driver .nt.d for ,oul.wok. Phon l/litfwth
Evaraledea, 1135 St Ft Mytr. FlaAcrotl bedroom Apt Privet Furn:thed waterfront _
City of at plotrcod.d Handry Completely
In Plat: Book ro'PeaiII from cas d.lov.'r and ",.1.' MI 2$77 7/' CBS Home Access to 6b .crertac to. '100 dn. and
COndmtmonv5 work Contact I3SO
-. 4 .4. Collier County Recordtat : downtown K".k. Chk abba Mr gulf N PveseCyClO air' condlconini U 00 per mo no Interett
LPG. Ml' 4SJ1 Gate
< prop.rt beown '/1..' 'O SABLE ShORES APIS ; Orian, Rolrmg.ralor, One mile from Golden .
Xirp'ort'Tract'clly'ef: : 257 Collier County Reel E*
thi Ever 0 radar. bull in renie and oven City
'l.dss. MAlt: HELP WANIE.Dy MI 2 44SJ washer and dryer Seawall with tale MI 239SI Open Sunday

Cruxo, t he Alt parton. firm or Corporations Boats-Motors Acces. <||Cr.yto., Cove L.undry Kelly" Road | and Ar.ci v* 20' in board II).000. MI 2 S47S 2/lf.tfwtha

storied may p.nl lh.rnselv.s and be . APT FOR RENT lJlObt ISO Ac,.. for tale' |12S per
ci ti, h.d.
iy, figures Human Society deairet lull '
L. Unfurnlthd
.. Hue I bedroom Apt I from I
mIles Naplet
.. : 1. gavore yeuri.lv.i Iccord,"" BRUNK SMITH time, employee for permananSoul Car Attractive, furmthed Horn CBS acre .
., 4 rfrg
in a round-ibout fashion r"5' CHRIS.CRAFT SALES with ov. mile, off proposed new Ft l."
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"" .. on Mutt I She animals" and itoreroom Centrally lo>' 2 Bedroom. 1 bath Good loca derdale road Termt CARIB
in the history or mrdirine.Crufioe N. \. B ATTEST. .. 010: EO". flOAT BROKERAGE able to meet the Public filed ...., beach l?. 00 per Ion_ Ml 2 nm '/I2lly REALTY, J7SO N. Trail
Cull Ml 75111 >
1'0' '" x "021 d. Randolph MAN'I th stl,
VI
actually Alexander . 'or: City Cl.rkJute 21 Damalt Cab Cr Clt.n Fuller. Realtor. Ml 1 29&9.'fl. !_ '
<. \....., .<\. .: 8. I. II ie. H 1H4 #1 SIN Raducid to 12.J'O Scraper Operator wanted for Royal Palm Dr Immaculate Quick deal 20 acre*. Its per
Selkirk, a young Scot of' '.' ,' 21\* Century Ski Boat Fast DSL Barrel ti 14 Enperienc CBS home Now wall to wall ere. Collier County Real E*.
wan rescued from Juan ; / THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE M N P Gray 12,ISO ed only I Apply 'in person at ,,'p.'. I bath den and 11 uII. tale Ml' ,.31... Open Sunday
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 22 Owens Cab Cr Sharp I U' Marco It land. E I Inc Mr EBB TIDE APTS. C00et5> M.ny entrat MARLOWE S/7.wtf
Fernandez Intend early in FLORIDA IN AND FOR COLLIER Glass O Bd Both II.9M) Casey T/IO 1| Wetkly Monthly ....on A BECK' 4IJ Hh, Ave
D South Ml srn /12.w.\I
COUNTY. 21 Chris Craft Twin, ScrawFiah ., furmthed efficiencie, SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
lt., Guard ound wok, Modern
the 18th century by a IN CHANCERY Cr R.d. Dapth F. cmty kenotits.yoe Naplos Na.reation 4 bedroom apti MIDSUMMER BARGAIN. ACREAGE
CHANCERY NO ISIS Many Entrat II.900 "JrI13 E. Napltl NOW S acre tract located
Captain Thomas Dover. H. Deal P/S If Kelly Rd. House on Palm Circle. I brdroomt
EUGENE F 27 Chr a Craft Cab C,. Twin .
mile from US 41
FRECMPlaint, '/..If I balht' Daluia Brparate lutt one '
Scraw SI 4. Pr. Head
wan Dover a nrlf-ip- dining, room. Encell.nt clot Drive on to this property with
v. Gallay Priced low 13195 15-Sales Help Wanted .. dalukalealuret your own car and compare it
Other
RENT ett and .10' .
pointed phYltirla.11110 MINNIE MASSEY and UNION 30 Chris. Craft SporUmanSa APT FOR i other SIS
again*! Only
... FINANCE COMPANY and Sk,ff. H'top IS.100 Air" Conditioned, furnished *f. include electrie kitchen down _any full price $7IS For
"invented" a new medicine ELIZABETH A RODGERS and Bob Martin, Ml 11767Tlt fie *ncy Apt' near beech and with treaier and rafria: ,
Information contactD
further :
Cuperleneed' Itlttman wand Midway rater Built in Hi Fl withipaaktri
00 month
RICHARD C RODQER1Otftndanti ,Jt ISO per
a combination of opium Alt 2S 40 contact Stan Shutrllaltt pier 2 SHI 7/5 tf living' room and porch T. Jone EnUrprltet" I lee.MIdway
: i ibdr"oom 11)40. P. 0. Bon 171:
and ipecac hlrh NOTICE TO APPEARTO . BOAT FOR SALE mtntitr it .Ingram Chav Call Ml JSS4I /
was : ELIZABETH A RODGERS \I ft. Kauffmot bo.l. IS horsepower rol.t >/? II Lovely air' .cond"Honed elflcltn -
old under the name of RICHARD C. RODGERS Johnson motor. Heavy N. Ntpl.t Suitabl I adult ; turn hour On
0( Rev 50CC.: Unknown duty trailer with" top and all. ito Mo yearly, Ml I IUt / to I canal with accttt to Gull MI 62-Buslness Property
; Found
Dover* Powder and to V Os.,. htrtby notifad, that 5 accaitonai. Mutt tall because 21-Lost & or Ml / ., 2 bOOS '/I,M _
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Set 5... filed In the Circuit 01 SC bn.ss 135000PUBLIC C..h. no -
Suit
the bent of our knowledge, Court of tha Twelfth Jud cial, Circuit lels 161. A"portlto.d.. MI LOST DOO: 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHEDAPT MI MOORINGS: :M Sprmghne Dr Trail Frontas 12' 0 font.
mill iellH today of Florida In and for Collier, 22631. 7110.3' Tha Dv. i. brown .nd white, GREEN ACRES./U.lf I bedroom bath, twimmlng fool. B.'w..n Naples and Mar.no
2 2990 pool tcwned palio Eictllenlequity CellIer C.
County In which you have been with black tpeckt Aniwert to Island Turnoff
The powder has Rome made dttendantt ttyled' EUGENF the ram ol P000) It found Z oscroom lunooh.d .r..nc mortaaje cominIwenl.' Your Real h,.,.. Ml IJ9SI Open
value in .. F FRECH Plaintiff: : VI MINNIE .l reward It .,iota Mrt Wat apt No pels 0' chmldroii, MI In smaller house or VI Sunday S/l.wt
curing a variety w..'* ,'1.'. MASSEY .at al... defendant the NOTICI nick' ill 7 Wath,ton Ave Na 213.1 0' MI I 5505 .11" cant lend contidared a* down _
of aches and paing when roliSt I horde 1055t1. ._ .. pies. Fit. Ml 2 Ml f fl." payment on this. fine, ret dence. 43 1 liO Butmett lot. Behind
lined In moderation but IIAI'I'l'TItESS Cloiura 01 certain:Ef! \ rerorded : Eltcienciet, Day, Weak, or Charlat Con. Rtallor, The Moll Trail End Motel 3rd II. So
Dame In Official 51 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Month IRIS MOTEL). Ml dy. 210 4th Ave S. MI 211)1. Make offer No broker Write
Dover subscribed to the Sybil Thorndike enjoys a Pate .149 Public Record of Collier NotiCe I* htrcby |ivn by the City" 23-Misc. For Sale Z2302 or MI i SISS 1/21.St Bo 17)7 A IS Collier County

belief that if one (grain IN hearty laugh at a birthday County Floride. You are hereby required Council. City l of Fvarlda Florid, BEACIOPRONT RESIDENCE Newt S/3D.IM
good, two are helter. In to fite' with the Clerk of that a Public, Harln will I i b* hldt Bamboo Table. 4 ch.I,.. I Bamboo Sabal Shores Apt.. ON 100' 01 whita sand beach Ktlly Rd. I usin.ss Frontage
fact Home of Dover' don. party given in her honor in ..,d Court your written del.naet' 1,,30 P M on W.dn..d.y. July Chair Chest. Dithet. Pan!. YEAR ROUND LIVING I bdrm 2 bot, carob. CBS Owner! !ay aell. See thIs property .
London.. The actress, also ll any you have, ."ther per....Ity 22 1964 at the City Mall City of Wrought Iron Stand. Floor Modern one bedroom and ift.ciency with .....n.d in pool and poto., and grab a bargain today
ages ranted from a horrendous or by ettorney in Said' proceeding Evaraladai for the purpose ol con Law Cord ,.bl... Eto. Call Apti furmthtd TV Just reduced to 5 15 no unfur.nished O H UIFF. 4l N. 9th
bO In 100 grainii. I celebrating completion of 60 on or before July 23 19(4 and siderinc, th* adoption ol pro i MI 04655.: 110.21 cable In. Monthly or yeer This. i. 0 ond.'ul' buy

All a result, opium which years!! on the stage. reached till thereefter couniel to I.terve James 5 copy R.on Aoama plain: posed ol'dI Classfcalioa vance: crtln' RV a Slnl nwtonlnc round Ml 2 44M Kelly 1',. and show in a scarce this Ibm cr1 May toda w.CCARIOIIEAN 61 Income PropertyWhy
Ave S/l II you pro
had been in line for count. her 81st bIrthday. p. O. Bon 4IS Napl.s. Florid. Family' Dtchd Vacation Home.: 26-Personal reca REALTY', 5160 N
lean centuries since the Herein fail' not pnr: of hav A copy of th* laid, propotcd ordlnoffic Troll MI 2 6m 4f71ly, If buy undeveloped property
In 5ad.r.I pro entered"w'ltnett" my b aseona I City Hall dur. 49-Houses For Rent Have ) houne on 4 loll City
ANONYMOUS
day of the early Sumari. PUBLIC NOTICI rnnc.rfulr houn ALCOHOLICS WATERFRONT' HOME 2 bedrooms water 4 IV cable All fur
inn-fell largely into din.u my hind and th* Stl of All persona firm or corporation den or woman wih, drinkingiroblamt 2 balh Florida room, mined 4 rented Never again
tid Court et East Npltt. Florid. may pr,,Mnt thmlv and b* Ash for help by calling garage. Located en teawalled will you get a bargain like tnitl
"e because of Dover' in. PUBLIC NOTICE Slims' llth dy of Jun. 1964 hoed.Pi. Ml 2 4351 Vit, ,tor* cerd,illy RENTALSNOOSES Kanal. Clean, end well I cared. icr, Mutt be cash deal Domestic

discriminate UHC of the "Th. Public are informed that th* MARGARET T. SCOTT, .... govern your..If acco'dln.I welcomed Meet,n.. in FirttBtptut Priced et III.500. Owner an. trouble H W. Wilkins. 21)1
druR.CiettinK. Clerk' ATTE sit Church Ann. on tilt lout to tell CARIBBEAN Pin.land SI. Naplet, Ml I 2.4001.65Gen. .
bark to ,ollowini undraintf fcttiou propo, ***nama* to righter undar the the By: INEZ MAGILL, B. B' GIDEON. SI atth AvFrl .v.y Tact and APARTMENTSFURNISHED. REALTY 3750 N. Trail Ml 7/12. ill
proper Clerk City' Clerk night al I.30 PM 2SI55 4171.lh..1f
and prescribed dosages ptrtmanl JAYS Florid OUTBOARD SKIuta: JAMES ..r..P ADAMS July I. I. 12 .. I'. HSIn UN'URNISHED "

you know nf course, that The typo of bui.nati. to b. ...... p.Naplet.O. Box Florida 4IS. '38-Autos For Sal YEAR. IEASON. Three bdrm, I Ut Av*. Real Estate

fast, accurate prerrip" In l is outboard molar ..1.! .. ..'v'c.. for Plaintmfl, LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS No Good '.''"b.I"M I /
Attorney 1'UOFIT
and rapair bunnaia and othr r*. Jun. 21. 21. July S, 12 1IS4 tl2 Sealed Preponsls! will, b* ,*..,ved at J, W. DYCHES REALTORI vcnlngt. Ui i BYBUY1NO \
lions are a specialty ..tNAl'lEoI .td lncid.ntl endeavorS, to b. I lo !the Offic* of th* Suprlntndnt! of Catering Lunch Tuck for taleor"MT"i ,
I'RESCItIP.TION catad at Qoodlnd Florida. The Ic"oo, CotlIer counly. 10roO.. "n.tl e outassla th.h.d. Call MI bedroom houte turnithed TV - - - NOW- !
N\ ownrth, of th, SuccesS la ta' b* LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS ian P hf. Au.u.t 10, 116t. for ,23313 IT. ?/SSttKYBOOY cable I available. Adult only
SHOP. Try 58-lots For Sale
v..t* I'l.FS! I'll ESCIUI'TlOS'SIIUI' /./ Joy Abbott lion a water tupply well, tt thi 1 Improve drlvta,, it the J,. tnt Sr1 mill .
773 Hh .\ie. No., Smith Carroll V.|., Brown New Elementary School' tile In :Immokalee ;. Hah: School, I 'TO CHOOSE Hf BE ARE FROM't FOR YOU I Bedroom house furnlihtd, LOTS FOrfSAlE r" flOOCIO dn 1100: "OOd.rOJ'"I! :: I
a Nichols Florida, for the Colllei' All ahaII b .In Corner Multl.Family lot. In for .
work complattd accordance no Inlereil three
for all of nerds.ithon. IH2 4 dr Dtluxt Sta. 1JOIO year ,
your drug lalch Buildinn. Napla Fla. County Board of Public I Instruction,, with the Plan and Specification F.lcon" 1&100 monthly Ml City. Buy it now, |)MOOOcathOwner .
MI 2-2433. Attorn.ya for Ra|.itrant.' will, be received by the Superintendent ,. which may ba anamlntd el Win. OO6D I12SO' 1/1. wttf 312th Aol. South, Air Conditioned

Jun. 21 July S. 12 II Na US of School, at the Superintendent ... the Office' of the Collier County A PRICED SECOND NIGHT, CAR I bedroom houss ", ,",.heel. Ml H7I9 7IR.sldentat Immediate Poiiettlon' 2 bed
Office Naplet Florida on .01before
Suptrintendtnt of School' or at the 1112 17' Mitchell' Boat SO H.nslno. Call HI 1319.. 7/1.01 roomt 2 bathe I block t* boat
I$30 P M .S T August ID Lot Llk Park.
olflcn of W R. Wilson 4 Ateoclat' launching Entra officeor
: Boat tra,/ler Included. ramp
;. anJ i Hoar achool and .
ttora .77S
1964 at which' place' they 12
Ino. 665 Fifth' Avenue. south N* bedroom Drape 4 Carpels$019
Summer in Sara $950. 1270 Ills St N
MARLOWE 4 BECK 414
will I be opened and read SIlt
THE MOORINGS Copiet ol publicly the Propotal, and plat. Florid hartintfttr known aa 1t&1 In'.n.on.1, S cyt. toni Available at once I bd,,,,. 2 Ave South. Ml, a.sozf.{ 'per ms Morl'ago ..boulmoo.
be obtained Spaciflcationt eligibleOenertl the Enlnr Any guestionsr.ard. wheel base, cab and ch...... ....h.. Near Lake Park School '"I.'hU'Clnedl.n $ will' I hindu 15,7S4 I
may by" 1 ln| the Plots and ....." ,c.'on.' ,
I Contractor! from ,BOLTON. hill b* rtfarrad directly to th. Suit for BUY farm IT truck RIGHT HIM 00 Ill "nluni.h.d, Move In Next Month

McBRYDE AND WM. R FRIZ Enlnr' b,.. Pine Studded lot f bed.
LUFF GMC INC. owner will lacij.
VINCE
600 Wedge Drive ZELL ARCHITECTS 2120 Mc No Bidd.r may withdraw his' Bid Ill 9th St. N Ml I'2270t CONBOY oom. Laree Fla room, Mahaeany .
Id.Grefor Boulevard Fort Myar. Char for a period of thirty OIl day it .Th.8 IQt SI., nth Av. Pntbway flee lot 3 block 14 Naples Paneled Only I9MO -
tar the data set for opening of bido. SSI 00 per mo mortgage Will,
New and magnificent with "lots of living"for Each Bid mutt be accompanied' by Proposals will b* tubmitttd In ...I.d Fur Sale By owner. bIt chevy Ph. MI 11'4'RENTALS Manor Lakes at Trammel! contider low down peyment
I Certiled Check Cathier a Ch.c
4 Sedan AutoinNlia
envelope marked "Drive I Improve door -
or Bid Bond enecutad by the Bid, otter and Georgia Street. Site Six; Unit Furnished Apti.
the active family. Next to the golf menu. for and Ir Hill School good conditon bait
::'dO. Surety Company licanted' B's.. Th.J'ic Board ,os.rves lake* ll, CIH be teen lit Shell I W* Have Them holDS /eft paved roadi. Owner wanlt offer on IhU
course. Three bedrooms and two tile baths, butmett In Florida, I In s sumsquat thiS right' to riled any and ill '..,vc. Station Trail at Con f bedroom furnIshed home Downtown Straltgically located
to five per cent UI) of the B d., Informalitl .,.1. '/17t DeNt taih offer $700.
: to waive to r* Near Sea Gate School lOtS per over propartyBurilnc'
dream kitchen large living room screened amount of the total Bid The Bond advertise and: 01 award thl Contract
it required at a guarantee the, II In their belt Interett mo Sold by Dewey Polly Realtyfor ** or Motel Site
enclosed porch and two car enclosed ga the B,d la accepted a Contract will The aueeeuful .idd... will b fur 1954 Chevy I 0,. Sid Tram bedroom.furnlihod apt. nice
200' II 750' Just South of Punt
8111.
Good second Ml l.lttB.7Ilf 190 per me. $ Will con.ldtrtermg
be entered Into end tht performance '' car
nithd Chris (31 of
complete sets
t bedroom unfurnlthed apt. Oorda on U. 41 1100 downBel
rage. tuccettful of "it Biddtr properly, will tecured. Th. Plan and Specification, without .,ov. a ref W tt per moI to reputable buyer, on monthly. terms *t noInlaretl
bareguir.dI chr|*. Any additional copie will Ft* room for J '" Buy 'orInv.'m.n
H-re is your opportunity to own a lovely C o..cul.a ovenfan. d including Performance all labor Bond and b* furniihed, to .the Contractor itr.production 4-Mobile) Homes car port m"v.lh.r: : .'. N. Na /II Allen, P. 0. Box ISIS, ,.. Y"

home that will offer you space plus full materialt The Performance Bond the Contractor Cool.If rtfu.et ar fill ?let bedroom. 1100 per Ikath.mo: Near KwlkChek RCAF Stn. North Bay, Ontario Large Country LotI
79' Trailer. ,
shell be written In the amount of 'econdron.d 1299
dollar. Quotation to prosecute the work with such 190 mo Canada mlnutit to High School 110
value for house per ,
hundred ISO Down Rock Crick Treiler
% of
your one per cent (100 ) ,
dIo .nu *1 will In.ur its
com front foot
the Contract Price P.k' Rear of A:rport 1/23,51 4 bedroom ) bath family room VI2targt per **ty term
28500. pIston within the lime titled or recreatIon room t office' Un.
Propotal forms' mutt ba properly any citention thereof, or fails to furnished eicept ttove Sor. Ask For
filled, out No qualifying, I."... orstatements complete the work within such time 913 Mew Moon M','IO' nato Gardent II7S per me lot for sale 'In PIns Ridge
will be
CO-OP APARTMENTon NO BIDDER MAY con.d..d WITHDRAW A for etch calendar, day that work Closed in 0 croon.d porch Be 1 bedroom 2 beth acratnedporch by owner, IHOO Phene Ml BURTON BROTHERS
shall remain Ineompleted after the .
lila Springs Anglers' Peradittrailer car port On canal Vanderbilt 24194. 7/231
BID tubmitted for a period of thirty specified or idiutted completiontint perk 7/1.lot beach Unfurn e ctpt ".... Broker with I ImperialPropertiet
the beach. One bedroom furnished. Air the(30) daysafter of Such the Cds dele set for twenty dollar (12000) per stove 4 rtf 1110. per m*.
openm day shall b* deducted from monie 59-Acreage P O Boo tIll
conditioned. Priced for quick sale THE OWNER RESERVES THE due the Contractor to cover additional TRAVEL TRAILER SEECARIBBEAN Office, 2 SMI
RIGHT I eel.ctanyan, d/or all Bids en5m,netring and inspection cotta I I ft- Decamp all Mil contained REALTY After Hour 2 1324 111)7
$13,000. end to waive, Intormtlit, thtram, The Contractor hall carry 1100.000 00 Imeht nw $25 01) trailer wIt ,/I Uti
LEO R CHICKENING Public Liability, Irturanc end acrifce: for 111 00. )IO Sea Where CuttomertSend Their, IIOMESITES
Cha"rmin. Board of 130000000 Property Dowels Inturanct Gets Drive. Just tail of Sea F".nd." 2
1130 13f tl. N. Newer
G.DOWNING Public Inttructon' Gals School 75 North Trail Ml .I5S
WESLEY /|] THI
Collier, County Fiord BOARD OF "'. 'Th I.If14Tr.de MOORINGS 149900 .bedroom. I both, *ifr* tellefIn

By' /./ W. D REYNOLDS. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ROCK HARBOR 1200000 Utility, I erg* Florida room,
Superintendent of Colliar County -Trailert For Rent
Public Instruction, Naples, Florida or Sell PINE RIDGE 1300000 oed itorog corport, Neon

. Realtors July I 12 II 2t 1964 5205 Byi W. O Reynolds Trailers, Lake Pork School til,600.
II
a weob. with TV ROYAL HARBOR t19000Attociatat
Sup.rlnttnd.nl of ,
Will trade .qully In Lake Park
I
$10 a mock Spaces It
a
Ml Ml79 Public Inttmction, "ock C.k Yrplor, Park weed, housa for land in CIty or Coun. S3- llth Av*. So. 3kdro..m,
RUBBER ST.IMPS-MI 2.2107 July 12 IS 21 HM *204 ly Call Ml 24291t 1/f '
I/Utl Lucille Oil Virgil Maritim 2 o.h& I largo porch jorog.
.. TRADE FOR Th.L.J Air.. 119,800. Cash
& Earl L. 0 bath ;
Wesley G. Downing Frye bedroom
DEWEY'TOLLYREALTY $US. month
$900. Down '
SI I. Mortgtgt payment p.
REGISTERED REAl. ESTATE BROKERS In' lrOO'm went city, lot with toe end In*. FHA.
CARIBBEAN REALTY, 17SO NTreil .

los Slh Atrnur. South.' .VrruM trmFIrst MI 2 SISS 1672 Jewel Bee Ay*. Wot.
Can Do
Who It
National Hank In Niplv .'1.. ? .".. that Corner T.m.m of,Ut Av.Trail,'U.. 4 front awoll, central hoot .

TRADE OR SkLL MI 14351MR air. 2 .bedrooms, 2 .bothl.porch .

Tampa Aoe. 70 ,large wooded ) t.r.,.. $19,9 SO. Mov.Ing .

loll overlooking Tampa Bay. mwtf *.ll.
Will trade for property In Col i BIO INVESTOR

These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. tier Real or EMaIl Le* C*MI Collier 2)911.Counly Open MR. LITTLE 0' INVESTOR 1651 Mandarin Rd., 3 bad.room .

Sunday S/i .... .*, 2 baSte. central haoti
7} waterfront *| sit Naples
bay opposite Fort Royal air." porch, farport.Aiiumamartgag

They ore EQUIPPED.EXPKIENCED and READY to serve you 57-Houses For Sel.It !. and ,lust south ef Royal: *. N* elating cti.

Harbor. 13000004g $1.500. Down. $18,400. Ma .
I
out of .II of our retirement tog, Mult Sell.
A* I 1.000" No ef Irs
ij hOmes told on M ch:gtn Ave 'line. 41)0) N.I' I
: lily Only
GUEST HOUSE with a I ROOFING SEAWALLS Only I rememmg landtctptd tt lot ill.tcrttn 470 Includixg : of Tamiami The finetl Trail development ta th* ACLRR 14 J 6th Si "''e.. 3 ".01...", .. I

ed porch air cond Sic that tract wIlt, aly welar ready I bath, Ireplaca, corport '

low cost "00" 'O'h.d "" '" ..CI.v' home before buying any retire for development::: available inNeple goad I".*......".. $12.'SO.
BeliE WHITE Beautifes SEA WALLSCONCRETE merit home CARIBBEANREALTY today |3,100 per Ac43S II
re.icc
17SO N. Trail. MlI
,, 450 lith Ave. Sa.
and sfals alt roofs fit* AoAalon I
SISS 4/lthtlf 5 400 Fl Ttmltml Trail
WANT AD ..I matt* MI 25155 NAPLES. WOOD ROCK apposIte The Mooring Only 2 bedroom. 2 bath, cntrl

FOR RENT ROOF trIG CO CLEANING 4 PAINT Foundation Piles SI50 per Fr FltO hess & air garaga, wateR. I
9/79 too HOMES SY STONE SII.SAO.
(rant. :
ANSWERING SERVICE Docks-Mooring Whips 1150 DOWN mavtt qualified A* Etlt Nplet tW ,t. I
from Coconut (
Scene tub
0000urloi s SAGES Automat ABBOTTRadio one buyer lvilbl in NEW 3 t*BR hurry.home Only d vition. City water. 12.000. .71 tIlls St. No., 3 ..droern..

I 1100 DOWN J'l per month. per acre 2 botnl, largo parch, forage.hit .
te1e.eoa' ....a..afsfo..II buys> I BR trade in home on 411 II 200 Ft Timliml Trail & air. $17.500. $800.
I an' small .'.'" oils a enI Radio Road Palmetto Ct off Kelly Rd East ,
Naple Adjacent toM Dawn $115. month with
FOR TWOLocated I t.ac* aol ,... t'1 ....,.. .1042 | 4)tl I44M lie
h
INSPECT our five home now Gas C. IW per
4. Na elul"
tin 'H $
Call to under conttruct, on lltn Ave ',. ....t..
'lo btlween 'th 4 Ith Sti
RIP-RAP SEAWALLS priced from 114950 to SlIeSt 22 Ac on propoaed Fl Laudardale I 1270 I lIlt 5,. Na.' 3 ...01,....,
with good lermt. Rd. one mile from SI: 2 botlts. $ I. 500. Down. Move
RADIATOR REPAIRS
Rd. No ISO. With tend Rdicce .
on the .dge of Naples Bay. and ROCK GROINS de MR your HANDY own MAN'punting If you..Ieclrocol. ten **. a.... per A. Right; In. Na qualifying.:

lendtcepingetc $107. month with' lea end Int.
I or
Cool breeze, comfortable twin beds I Ace Radiator Repairs c,...... teewoHi, e'eckt then masonry eee ut bout ellow.ng I A*,. lull off Ft LtudaraaltRd
INOO Oral. .
plan and '.lsu' suck' cottt toward your downMjyment a bargain.Sweke 2$ Block *
and other utilities. Private dock for I Oat tanks ,..."M .King | en a new homo Lot Royal Harber
Steam MRATHOSDREDGING Hou* rttliurant bull overlooking bay, loawall.Cait .
I claamnf
boating and fishing. I Bias ua 4 delivery WILLIAM Buildere STONE INC n died.t* Sod owner. property taya. Hotprt tall SI, SOO. .oc.I',,, 16,'5().

I "r. Davis Blv- Ml J4JH SERVICE STATIONSALL CO. 60 Tenth St North Ml 201)0I'T'ieet S2I.000 You don'I need a pun

to ateel thIs property Ab tat 11 17th A... Sa. Aqua
Dredge, O.gtIae or sale Two bed
the bt In
tolutaly value *
RUBBER STAMPS room house. on canal S2I 14th bumet, alt lane, wetrrfrent, calf $7.$00.
property in
MI 2-4167 I CREDIT CARDS sad D.iler Work. Ave South. See your br.ber.oIn Naples. .....'Ica 56250.
Alraorf Rd. ml 2.4323 '/ .

Honored At T"'.. bedroom home Cto.ate bedroom' I beth Vamferbilt,
chopping. churche. ac_. Beech weterfront home. Reedy Lot 31, Banyan Blvd.. High
CALL THE NEWS FOR JIM'S SUNOCO YACHT BROKERAGE ewer. eir cond,tioned, tcrtendenei t. move in III.SOI. let overlooking Cull. Saccl.liea .
beck yerd Cyclone fence
RUBBER STAMPS Complete Na to. L 'tingt encloted. Payments only |7.10pe' Offers wlI bo omue'orod en ill al n.9SO.
Commercial Printing Lifetime Mufflers Floe Inboard: Coats From IV M. including. leiet and. the propertie Naples' .I*
Bob Martin Ml 2..117 ......,.nc.. boemmgl You can proft by VINCE CONBOY \
Naples Fla. Brunk Smith Chris. Craft lain Julie R Wood 4 A_'.'.. teeing thet proper!'e* today
That's Top . S30 Slit Av*. S. MI I 13" O H LUFF. laiStlt St No SIS tilt Avf r-rk.y 4 .,
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12 COLLIER COUNTY QUICK SALE
NEWS
: Council AgendaThe LOCKPORT, N.\', UPWiile ) _
GERBER'S, BEECHNUT or LAPP'S STRAINED 1 \ attending a rummage sale,
Sunday; July 12, 1161 agenda for Wednesday's Mrs Rose Tanner Md hex Slaw
9 am meeting of Naples City sea on a counter. A cuauwMf'
Council has been announced u picked them up, paid a salealcdy
follows)\ and departed with them.
f Baby rood tion.I--Call to order and Invoca-

2-.Readlng of minutes of previous -
t meetings. !:r1HOLLAND

3"Reports!
a. Zoning Board of Appeals
((1)) Appeal No. 117 from Ruten-
berg Construction Company re.
( rear yard variance of approxi-
c mately 10 feet 6 Inches for construction
(,04 Reg. Jars of covered boat slip
1 12 Umit Twelve 98 Lot 5,Block 11. ,Aqualane Shores
f No. 6 ((1922 5th Street South).
E Please ((2)) Appeal No. 111 (Continued)
FkCELIEaC from Mr, and Mrs. George M.
Gilt, re. side yard variance of
hPrIeM f 10 feet for proposed residence19th SALLEYINC.
rJftctl. JttIr IJ tMl1S Avenue, South between 1st .
Street South and Gordon Drive.
b.Sign Committee. 9aOSIORS(
c. Parks Board.
:
STORE HOURS 4-old business: 850 5th AVE., S
OPEN Til 6:30: MON. TO THURS. YOUR SAVIN'SADD a. Appointments to Parks NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture
OPEN 711 9:00 P.M. FRI. Board Recreation Board and
'Til! 7:00 P.M. SAT. Airport Zoning Authority.
OPEN
:
UP FASTo.antttyR'gMIR.Itr..4 b. Consider action on first
recommendation of Off-Street
Rugs
+d ,
Parking Committee.
( *,o 5-New business: Gifts, Accessoriesand
AT KWIK CHEK a. Receive bids (10:00 a.m.)
KING on chairs, chair carriers and Objets d'art
understage trucks for Recrea- not to be foundelsewhere.
lAVE 10.WHITE ARROW TO HANDf tion Building.
Everyday Low Prices Everyday Deep Cut Specials b.Seawall Permits. .

c.Correspondence. .
LiquidDetergent TOP VALUE STAMPS Adjourn..

Visit our furnished modal
SAVE 16c WESSON t P4 l1J! FALLING OBJECTS apartments at Carriage
FORT PIERCE. Fla. (AP -.
PRETTY SLEEKThemodel A filling wash tub cut the head Club, La Tour Rivage and
24 ox. Id. is wearing a formfitting or Fort Pierce pharmiclst Joseph Yankee's Landing.
22oi.Sbo C Oil limb Two With 19 evening gown designedin Adair.
Unit Two With 25BAKERf $3 More Order Hong Kong for the fall Malt laid after two stitches; MEMBER OF
Oth.r Perdm6 nl as .u..rt.. or collection of a New York, closed his scalp wound that he AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF
designer. The hand-woven was rummaging around in a
SAVE 30 LIMIT ONI WITH $I OR MORE ORDIR hand-beaded, floor-length utility room when he accidentally
gown is molded to the figure. nudged the tub off a wall-peg INTERIOR DESIGNERSNOW..WASHINGTON

SPECIES J.i. where, it hung. '1
1nsTAM Nesleo 9geDIXIE
NESTEA' sire I

DIXIE DARLING DINNERRolls I I d FEDERAL I

"P.& PII. 10 SAVE 29c AMOUR'S (.MhtaI MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON


DIXIE DARLING POUND e Treet. 3 1 12 Gn.limit e2. SIOOCake n __COUltt COUNTY PROPERTIESLoans NAPLES and COLLIER COUNTY I


12.a Pha 35 Three mtn *
WUl Loans on commercial and reiidential
.
FINANCING PROGRAM I TAILORED prop.rtl.s-apartm.nts-coop.rotlns-,
TO rou 'EQUIIEMENTS.condominium* Loans for refinancing .
WIITI-PHONI-VISIT Loan for land acquisition and d.v.lopm.ntOUI
CRACKIN'GOOD Ie t MOKTOAOI LOAN PIPARTMENT

I "1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ,, If
Sweet Or Buttermilk ; JEfferson 8-8452 J.i




CannedBiscuits .i WASHINGTON I FEDERAL I

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IL r _the. bayfront property



Limit Four Please in Naples!



/Fancy Yellow

14< OFF DEAL GOLD KINO PROliMLestoil '

. . Chart Yo. Pay SSe Onions Hush Lk 29 I I I'I

10e OFF DEAL 3 LB.
t deg
LestareBEAUTY . 10.10 file YOI'ay 39c BAG 29 Puppies

SKIMMED MINUTE MAID .
aR W

Milk . . 3 H. 1 Tag Cw 29c FrozenLemonade '
6 6.1. 69'FRESH
JACK'S VANILLA -
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Waffers a a . 16.G PII. 29r .
F 1
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MORE MEAT VALUES i


PRODUCE 'fit, ..?.;._:)"a.1') ''GINIA BRAND


Praia Froth Ai Tito Morning Dow I SlicedBacon Per 39cGOLDEN RDYAl HARBOh /puidue for small butt owrwn.

TROPICAL PoundBananas /a ,of mile of proKcted btyt and mlrU
1 I been t your own prwat.inchoni

Every ipjcraul homeiite I dinrtly on the...Uf,fuUym
LYKES SUGAR CREEK CANNED .w.II.d.and rived by city, u lu_ Within the Napla
\ city hmiu juat 1 minutia from otnUr-of town chopping
Pork 4-lb. |
$ 99
2 For every lot purchaatr,Royal Harbor will build a
Shoulders Can 1. landing, dock". of chart Or,if you pr.'.,,contribute
the Mire amount toward the construction oft alipHomnitet .
I 1 ....pond from$6,400 to(19,900.
LB lOcw .
w
DAIRY DEPT. - \ JJ Dove out and M Royal Harbor tod.y-Uk.U.S.41

and turn math on Sandpiper 8tnt

I fI GOLDEN KORN OILMargarine .\ / T.lephon.inquirer:Call Alan,..1<<,
SWEET TENDERCrisp t Cmwal...na....or Ernie. Blodrnt Mldwas .'474*
FREE 200 EXTRA
or your favorite Real Elate Broker
Carrots25' TOP VALUE STAMPS
.'Irii C.wp n t tl er Mere rwrdin*.'
FASHIONABLE
Currier A Ivti DinnerwareCeuM I
.. 0J U AN Kwik Chili kWine
FANCY TENDER Dixie Stern Thro !.*.,July II C
limit One C.MP.I Offw PM Umlly 2' LB. 49
Beans 19' '''_'' '' ' ' : : : : ";':': $.
String LB I I' : : :::;::: : : : : rm", ed y



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Th Simtflm Wo.., for food. Things To Eat BAY

8AYFRONTPCCENI "
WHERE EVERY BACKYARD



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w Golden Gate Wednesday

SECTION B F+un'I'II. Juh 1::' 1",1 i

I cull \meili Land Cotpoi) '.ii pin I\1\I i i I I 'h i"is seriel..1''t 1 will lion in the surburban area. June:
i u<' "',, )"in' es Golden Gltl'\\tIl ,'Olltl11 I? acl'\e..l'i ,i guide ill s.ud a w
I ,u.I.< Open) House next"' \\'fld.I" proudi\ ten '" 1,001. church On Tuesday Golden Gate will
.
I 11 I tnhl' h 11.1' !mWlr II l Is and'I'\ H' ,tk'ii .areas is well make Its monthly! progress" report
\ I It..' !I. The<' 1111'' ,'use. motel ac tomnu-ulal' and shopping| | t.enters to the Cows Commlnsumet -.
I 11- Ind\ i in" 1.1 !homes will bet..r ," said Jung During the past t..." months, pitress 11Qae
i i map| <' till ('mintand No homesttes have been offered has been .n, cleuted ,nut
I i in eels ''I' '''I i '.iteitheiitc for sale landing thecomple- the project is Ih'\\ on sc iiedule, } pe
1 I rp-.t (to .tlPI i, i h, ulilttton to lion ot' the commuultv center Jung ',I\d. CII'I1IInd\ iciupti'
l'II'I'les l and ,,1\ i leaflet, s. A and nm,let homes Quit \merlcan !. trailing. I i' iin.liM I u vin the lest
I,' II' ttii'n "'I.'m1'i is planned Line) Corporation will short. too sectlonx ol units 1.12 Which 1
'',oJ i I i:10: nan.. I h Initi.id.1 full scale sales pro. an dup lilt ompletlou In !late
I !)11I111 the I lit week company' ,ra., to courage\ home buildIng fall. Construction of three weir. I 1964 Y
.. n I ills) iiui I 11 c"a' it'senutue of in the !itThe public isem Is under wad Suburlnn toads
1 1J'1 )11"irl,U UPS"mroe Coi poratn oui ,ii.pl to \ nil( C.oldeu Gate, are being completed at the rate
J.JI I.' made< ii ui acceptance lns|>e.'t the it Hltll's mm pro. of two miles 1'1'1'I.t'lk.. Two OLYMPIC: TOKEN This Committee to commemorate
i II sctlcn.|> Minor corrections vlded mil also> to line along drag lines ,constructing canals medal (iboth sides shown) the 18th Olympic Games In I
., The Thinkers ire now 1)ewe ,in,ute. Buildings. the \idulno\\ under, unstiuc., ) In the last i two units, was chosen by the Olympic Tokyo.
ire in the pio 'ess ol being furnished .
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luvtnc ni roads nearing

1 f4 completion is uel as sodclln NAPLES FURNITURE CO. _ _ _e, _
d ,
and mulchlnv of open ground
Man
They'reWay areas, report' C.E. Jung dire.
tor of planni .c'.
With the opening' of these tart
titles a Quintal sled com
Out munitv enter, 24,unit Congiess!: Di& Wa4''P
Inn and six model homes, the
Initial construction phase of a
multi.million dollar program has
And Love It! been completed. Currentlv onthe

drawing board, and) scheduled

NEWS: photographer story future office construction building, are restaurant a multi. Nt YOU CAN AFFORD IT NOW!

softly sneakered out onto "w'Yauarr and an 18.hole championship golf
Naples' J 1000-foot fishing course, of which the first nine

candid pier and shots."cauKht" these holes Golden"When are Cat completed now will being be, the completed a modern City of WAKE UP FRESH as SPRING AIRI


community developed according I,e
to a carefully'.deslgned master



Monroe County SPRTN AfR.


'- Studies Spur To Building Islandia t. G >r


TALLAHASSEE cAP) The
Monroe County Commission re
t ,tfe ported Friday It was considering La White Star
w building a 15-mile spur to linkU. i /
S. 1 with Dade County's Is
landla development on northern
X' Key Largo addition Foam Rubber Mattressand

In spokesmei
said the proposed Islandla seen
ic drive might be extended Into Matching Box Springs
Monroe County and that Monroe
County might develop a public

1 park on the northern part of Key Genuine B. F. Goodrich .
+i Largo.
4 The county commissioners dls 100'/. Puns Utti

's cussed the problems with Cov Rubber, Stnitiztd! for
FarrU: Bryant for nearly an
mow, Hygtnic Freshness
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hour.Gerald '
Saunders, county commission E.clun'v. Quilted
chairman, said the ccun. '
ty board would consider the road 1k' r Cover
building matters at Its ''y I
meeting
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+ .
r F. Tuesday. r Me l C Cool Sleeping
1"
He said no decision was madeIn ref Surface \'
the lose0-door meeting with
J r. toBo4toms Vit governor c>> but that-Uie county Odor!." end Aleagy .l1O" .
'. .
p ArBi< la "H ,. ?. "
yorably Inclined toward building ) ...
U !) ,the 15-mlle four lane spur. t't 'I'A" Precision Built Sot
This vital link would allow vis. 4
;J { Spring Construction
hors to drive over a causeway
In Dade County to reach the proposed V l 1if ,l .i.ir
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public recreation areas In !

Recreation the offshore city of Islandla.then ?P.s.s. JI"JI"I "
return to the mainland over a
Getting Along With People, southern bridge that would take y [ r Twin Size Double Size
CalendarTin them onto Key Largo In Monroe I ,
J

1Y Knack County They would hit U. S,1 al Lake
2:00: p.m. Gills' softball Bill Movers' Great Surprise II miles to the south $7995 $9995

Cnmbler Park ;: =
WCDNLSDVY WASHINGTON (AP) In late then for politics-Moyers still
7:30 p.m. Gills' softball 1959, Lyndon B. Johnson, then has a pastor's traditional gen. SLgIFtiKVRERANSCORNER r
Senate majority leader hired a tleness and concern for people,
,. !game Fort Mpn: Naples VII
Fort 25.year.olJ Baptist, \ minister to and a tolerance for their short
Myers.TI / Y work on his staff. comings.Yet VakLf/ ,.t 0.4' 4it
7:30: (I.m..Gll'ls'lIulth.IIIt.lmp.Camhll'r Within three mouths, Johnson,, there Is a drive within for r ( l
Park: Fort Miens> vs a hard man to please, boosted perfection. Friends say he Is a White Star
N.iples. the young man's salary from bulldog determined to drag out
I.'IIID.\ $10,000 I a year to $1 ,OOO. the best work possible from
0:30 a.m.ilult teiwl >Kiss By the time the battling was those around him.
CnmbttM Park. hottest for the 1960 Dl'mocraltcprt'sldt'nltal Although he never reprimands Here are authoritative answersby Innerspring Mattressand
nomination, the anyone In public, Peace Corps the Veterans Administration
nssoclates Moyers becomes to questions from former ser
young man-Bill I). Movers- say
CurrentBest was In the thick of it. a different man when he sits vlremen and their families)
"You must have heard the down at a typewriter. They say QI was recently hospital.
Sellers stoi'IPS about the temper Lyndon his memos tarry a real sting iced in a VA Hospital for 30 Matching Box Springs
4 mean the Pr'lldlnt-41sed Insiders say Moers doesn't days for treatment of a service
(Con-tilrdby: ; Publithrto' Meekly) to have,"' says one member of hesitate to disagree with the connected disability After 1 18

FICTION the! I960 Johnsoiufor.President President, that evidence of the days.was released for seven day SPRING
AIR.
THE SPY WHO CAME IN oiganlzatlon, adding; famed Johnson temper leaves leave, then returned for five more by
FROM THE COLD, Le Carr "John Connolly (now governorof him unruffled and still cheerful days Am I entitled to temporar ,
CANDY, Southern and Texas) Is a really tough man "Bill's basii quality is Judge. 100 per cent rating for mj ser
H ol/e"be'li and he couldn't organize Lyn. ment," a Texas friend sa 's. vice.connected disability during '
CONVENTION, Kncbel end don. But that Mo>'ers, who was "lie Just has good commonsense the period of hospital/at ion'A COnf/lnl 262
Boiler Just a kid, could organize Mm .IIWhell -. No. To meet requirements Permeform'Srring UftH
THE NIGHT IN LISBON He could get him to do the Johnson was elected for temporary 100 per rent rating,
Rtmarqut things he should do when none vice president, Moers was one you must have reielved contli
VON RYAN'S EXPRESS, uf the rest of us could. I sup. of his top aides-until he heard uous treatment for a period )1' TropiciitJ< RKi* CompUf.lV -
Wt.th.imer pose It was Movers' gentle pa about the Peace Corps 21 days Leave or paasesof more CWorWMoiiturt { 4I
thence that did It." When he began to dicker with than lour days within the first 21 1 I 1 .nei MildWbelutlvt
At times, Moyers probably Sargent Shrlver, Kenned's days will be considered as Inter
NONFICTIONA Nf
has wondered what happened to brother-in-law who was assigned ruitlng| the continuity of treat j. R4nli11Ro +
MOVEABLE FEAST, i the quiet career tn t teaching: and to organize the Peace Corps, ment. r:

Hemingway' religious work he had plannedfor Johnson objected, some say' Q -For the purpose of quail! w Quilted!,
FOUR IHS, l'I"I.Amo"' |
himself after graduatingfrom rather Strenuousli.Moyers fug foi SIEDO toward the i amt '
Printed Cover
can Henlaijr\ Southwestern Baptist became congressional chase of an automobile or othei :
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Theological Seminar, liaison man for the Peace authorial "onveyam'e. does, the ill Tr..t.McJoNprurto j
PRESIDENT KENNEDV, When Johnson talked him out Corps, soon was named assort. term "World War II" u' dude
Bishop of It, Mojers was headed for a ate director of public affairs J period of continuous sen'Icepeaformed 1'
DIPLOMAT AMONG WARRIORS teaching Job at Bailor I'niver. When fellow Baptist Paul in the veteran aftci rx>
Murphy city In Waco, Texas. Geren returned to the Foreign camber 31, 1946, and before Jul' Precision Built But i
THE NAKED' SOCIETY, This Is typical of Bill Mojers. Sen Ire, tolo\ers replaced him 26, 1947, if that period befall be Spring ConstructionTWIN
Packard Fate heads Mm one way when as deputy director of the Peace tote Januan I, 1947' 4 e'I f Herdwood k.me "
(AP'i The Torch It he wants to go the other. Corps A. \t.. Itt
Pasted' It not listed becauie At present, for example, lie It u. Mo>e. .' knack of get. .
it hat not been sold has settled Into the niche on the ting along with all kinds of Q. I recently retired from CIvii
generally in baekttoret) White House staff formerly oc. people that took him to Texas \ Senlc empioimeiA e'' ,11m i
filing claim for non.strtc c on
cupled by Theodore Sorensen last November. ,
under President John F. Ken. A feud between Gov. Connall netted pension from the V \. Will g
] Dr. Pendergrass nedy-'speech writer and trouble and Sen. Ralph Thorough my retirement pt heconalllerecIncome lErSIZE $7995 ,
for pension purposes"t
shooter. threatened to embarrass Prest.
Named Bishop: Of Yet Moyers would prefer to dent Kennedy on Ms \lslt to Retirement benefit\ Das'on I
.. Ijlmarfs.
Methodist Church go back to the Peace Corps, of Texas. ownemp! ment
which he was one of the found. The White House staff asked are not considered income until'
J LAKELAND (AP) Dr. E J. ers He hangs onto the title of Moyers to tn to head off amoolitl the amount of the claimant Phone MI! 2.3040
Pendergrass, pastor of the First deputy/ director of the corps <- all} bitter incident during personal" contribution has bee: 1 'L
Methodist Church of Orlando, even though hopes are fading Kenned)''. tour. received. A.ter he hal re
was elected a bishop of IhO that he ever will return.A So It was that on Nov. 22, seined tn amount equal tc, .A
ilhurch Friday at Lake Junaluska Texas friend explains "Bill Moyers was' close bt' when an his personal rontr.>,utlon an
".C the Florida conference saw( Is a selfless person He doesn'ttry assassin struck down Kennedy' he has received an U, uV. Pendergrass will be formally getting anything for himself. In Dallas and his old boss, his personal contribution an: 1 I : a.m. 6 p.m.
consecrated at the final lie Just wants to make the Lyndon Johnson, was propelledInto payments will be considered Income Co.o Fri 'til 9 p.m.
Furniture
Cession of the southeastern <'onlerenre world a better place to live." the presidency. .
Sunday. Now a relatively mature 30, Within minutes, Moyers was 'j..-1 I am receiving dividends I CLOSEDSATURDAY
", Dr. Pendergrass, 63, a native Moyers Is a slender, dark. by the new President's side He an iiiy present Xatlonal Service "
Florence, S. C., took over his hatred man of medium height.He flew bark to Washington with Lift Insurance term policy. Hill #
rat Florida pastorate In 1929! at Is soft.spoken, gentle. People Johnson and remained by his 1 ominue to receive dividends AFTERNOONS

art White. He also served at feel comfortable around him, side almost constantly in the If l convert to one of the per COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS :
I igh Springs, Cross City tort like him almost Instantly.One troubled and eventful weeks manent plaru1A
ere, Lakeland and Tampa be of Us greatest knacks ahead. lie still has a room
-Ye*, dividends ire paidon ON THE TRAIL AT TRAIL TERRACERailbircfl 1 1t 1t
c re going to Orlando, He was dealing with people. where he 'al, stay when his
uperlntendent of the Tallahas.re Although he left the ministry duti" kM him late at the permanent CI Insurance po>
district three eais. -first for a teaching career, White Mouse. whit h is often. licit u well.


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-2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, July 12. 19U SAFE RAILWAY J

COIlMlftS" Ohio (tAP) Some
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CART LIFTERS store and It J.J
owners cuatomera ',
Ohi > hhnrust railro.dhas" n-
WAUKI (,,\1'1.111.(AP People would require a 110 recovery fee. 1ltltl J1Jtlll
. pie ed IH third straight aCl'-'
who walk off with shopping cart Alderrren agreed that aomethmt 'St'
, d'nHle,' car of operation Unusual ,, 'era'"
at food centers narrow(" csiiprd I should hr dine to dmconnnui ', r"
I 1\\ t t-mile line using an wL
"a propo. d city ",,1111.11111 i I" i the print II it e "f leaving tailin
HO! -bin' diesel Ion nwti\e lo
move
.control there cut JIM, ...mif-) the middle ol sired and "n .CtdlY IrOw"Sr0"AP t:0' ...
l.tI' \\f>""ll support the mission \
The Cm Council instructed private property. teed Id" .\ ,
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ot Command and
Strategicir
Corporation Counsel MurrmContelman aldermen voted down the or- WEEKDAY DISNFR Sports >rI
I tenant un t is at Lockbourne Air _
to draft an ordinance Jiniinie, hv a II to 7 margin 1 oar BaseCAN'I Delicious served a soon d"
aimed at Tines for both grocer cooked or the next' Jav .

Chile con Carne Steamed R.. e

Green Salad lp "J..do\\n i Craskeislprtcot Cake :


CHILE COV CXRNF r=: 7
AFFORD A CHRYSLER
14 Cll. > butter ,>r margarine
2 medium onions! t nets shopped 1 1I
pound ground. lean heel shuck
1 tan (I pound red kidney !beans

I in can auceI (8 Ol.ll"rlomaln si'1" ? \
.
large cone garlic. itusl,'d
1 tabl tMMin chili powder I.'lll .
14 t tfinnn grmm.1! (I,,- In c4MaMr
SEZ In a .10-inch skillet in the hot .wmwwar't
butter, *llt but do not bro"n ,
e
"Just 7 bucks a month
the onions. Add beef, mash with
.a fork err moderate heat until ,
more for a Chrysler WHO? atcrurfibU* and changes color. -- "-

Add beam with their sauce PAID TO LOSE-British soc k>IA"A ivo.a>t
tomato sauce, garlic. chili cer star David iBroncolLa
than for a Ford or Chevy? powder and cumin. Cover and >ne admits he tried to losea TENNIS I BY YOURS ELF Woman player has ball against, a movable wall which
Look gently. several game by running around coach at Waalre.
You've got to be kidding!I" times. for about stirring 30 minutes. "lIke a fool middle'Irving to keep sends Holland It back claims at It any Is angle possible, The to 'Inventor play a fair who game displayed of ttnnla the mechanical with the machine and lose. I
lakes 4 servings The amount 01 out of the
chili powder given should hUlov-
a slight Ubi II," uae less or more .. ..
!llil" ,"--' .,u: >lit .....
Ir desired. The kidney beans

used in testing this recipe came

with water, sugar salt spic!s
uN ope. and flavoring.


Just FAMILY DINNER:: ms's

Thia interfiling dish appears t

boughtone. In both Norwegian and Dutch
uiaine..
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Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes yc r av '8

6a.AYW ijJ Apple-green Beana
SaladButterscotch /e
Brownies ; a

BeverageAPPLEGREEN 1''k

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BEANS dI
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2; tablespoon butter or IIIUI.WIIK. oe
2; tablespoons flour r
I 1/2 cups hot water or cooking .. i
liquid from snap beans
large! golden Delicious apples, wa
weIg': esiaiiriaraar=s=ssxftl pared and cubed ((3/4 inch)

# iSSf !! A I a I tablespoon each sugar and
srv lemon juice it
I pound snap beans, cut in thin A iV
strips and cooked
Salt '
\ In a medium saucepan over

moderately low heat melt the """I'r.m-'I,""" _
M f butter and stir in the flour add
key ; '
add hot water, cook an.latir con- TilE IIAlm WA\ -Craig DeWald of Reading. Pa. who over ...._. ,... 'R. _
turned during the 1000 Islands International Outboard
itantly until slightly thickened
Marathon paddles his way out of the main course to avoid PARA ATHLETE Mn Carol White 24 candidate,
Add apples and cook gently unlit -
collision with other craft. Tokyo Is watchedby
tender.Carefully mix in sugar, for paraplegics' games after Olympics in I
lemon juice and beans with salt son as she works out with discus at home in Detroit

to taste, reheat. Serve in aauc* aq P''. nn
No "ifs," nds," or "buts" about itl! We've got the figures to prove itt! This dishes if you like. Makes 6icrvings. _.. _. _.-

big, beautiful Chrysler Newport n priced lea than $7 a month more thana The variety of apple and ac5 a
suggested holds its shape ;
comparably equipped Ford Galaxie 500 or Chevy Impala laa a pear-like, flavor when

We're not talking about a atripped-down Chrysler. We're talking abouta cooked this way.

full-size Chrysler With a 361-cubtc-inch V-8 engine.. Power steering. PARTY BUFFET ,

Power Drakes Pushbuttoji-automatic transmisstonHRadio.' Heater. The . 1resh If'rl.lltt.uu fotlda ctrim t 3 qJ y P q4o
lends that homemade touch. 'sa"vs wo
works! Everything you want on a big car ka Yf
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& r
Still skeptical? Come in. Talk price. We'll convince you. Baked Ham Noodles Romanoff)
Relish Salad Bowl I y. dtyr
.P.ymnti bawd on m.nuf/.r .ym.nli. deluding dmin.lum charm, ..... .nd ......1 t...., Int.,... .nd huurinc
Fresh Pineapple Sundaes
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FRESH PINEAPPLE SUNDAES

1 large ripe pineapple ; ;
1 1/2 cups sugar ;
1 teaspoon vanilla\

Vanilla ice.cream

THIS DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR COMPARISON fine Pare; there and slice should pineapple be about; dice 4 c

cupa packed down. Add sugar and .
allow to stand at room temperature -

PROVESCHRYSLER'S until sugar dissolve Bring ? , ins'Y
to a boil and let bubble for a few

minutes. Cool; stir in vanilla; m 'taiP s
chill.\ Makes about 3 cups Serve ly

BIG VALUE STORYThntflgurni'tttftdufonminuhetuttn over vanilla ice cream.


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'! ly A.W. Molls DVM
; CHRYSLER CHEVROLET FORD PRINCELY 1 PL A Y Japanese Prince Hire, four SAND DUNING-I Dean Jones rides It

Newport Impale' Gelaxt.500! :' year-old grandson of Emperor Hlrohlto.retrieves tennis ball through ss nose of his car digs Into soft und after bouncing I

4-doorSedan, $2,901.00 $2,671.00 $2,678.00 :...."..; '".' during play period at Cakuahkln kindergarten In Tokyo. over a hill, while und-duning near the Loa Angeles airport.

V-8 Engine Std. 108.00 109.00 '

Auto. Transmission 227.00 199.00 190.00 .".:. A
Hangar Scoop
Power Steering 108.00 86.00 86.00 ? "
I: yylb WC fJ
Power Brakes 1 Yr 48.00 43.00 43.00 BY ANNE SWENSON

Pushbutton Radio 93.00 59.00 59.00
I / (' e i tk

Heater 3. Defroster 102.00 Std Std a
Know Your CAPAs

Total $3,479.00 $3,166.00 $3,1155.00

1/3 Down Payment $1,159.615 $1,055.33 1055.00 I writ this, seven planes ty Airport has been changed to h "
I from the Naples CAP Squadron Avon Park Airport. The Com. 3 rct
art In the air searching for amassing mander'a Call has been post.
Balance $2,319.34 $2,110.157 $2,110.00 Cessna 182. The squad poned until July 26th and will

36 Monthly Payments ron commander Captain Bob be held at 2 p.m. at the Char. r 'ia
A rick, was called Wednesday lotte County CAP hangar.
on Balance night by Task Force 7 Comman.der x r _

(less Interest) 64,42 58.63 58.61 Q How con I houiebreok o Lt Col. George Wall
The silver and brown single The squadron received a
? Ann Sounder. In-
dog Mary
engine plane was heading from "thank you" note this week from
Clfference (per month) 5.79 5.81 dionopolil; ; ,i Mariana to Pompano Beach with the Golden and the Burnetts,

A. this, I li o question which oppeort three men aboard. They were who were rescued June 28th. , erhly t
'lugstitrdrttttlpncti' .not I in olmoit every nail There ore lever last heard from south of Lake. They were coming back from r 'I
tht dtlt of Inn futlittdon Pisa do not ,Includt destination' charge. al method1 ol hevitbrealiing. but try land. Our part of the mission> Marco and ran out of gas. Lt w-' J'4 ,
licensing, Intntit or ittlt and local tun All pica vt rounded off lath started at 6 a.m Thursday morn Bob Pearman discovered them on rl r'ids
,nurttt dollar. Ing There will be more news'Sundown Patrol and radioed fora I f Ir tly A
end Lochhe/ 4
Uie patience' puppy A
of this later boat with 'duty J
gas + iLit rL .
who h. ii to know Take him
eipected er::;aa..r: :" .i/iswl :e1ilai.
outdoor aftereach meal Taie him

THE BEST OF THE BIG CAR MEN out agars oiler' nopi and early In the Below Is the schedule for Sun. iISIIING BUDDIES visiting sportsman shows a curious
SEE mornmgt Don large! to tale him out down Patrol through August 9th. More congratulations are In kangaroo the prize trout he has just landed in the Snowy I

before you lock up lot the night' Prone Any pilot who cannot fly the patrol order for Cadet Captain JaySpen. Mountains area of Australia. The animal looks hoppingmad
him when he does wall. end Mold him even though he has made cer His name was Inscribed about the whole business.

immediately, when mere I li a mishap arrangements for someone to on a perpetual trophy naming
Don, tcold him t you d'scot a th.oc. take his place J please notify him the outstanding cadet for t I
Cld.nt lomeMnie offer It hoi occurred. Captain Bob Arlck that encampment. He was pro. SKYDIVER AT 64

He won't wndoritend why you or."... Major Vera S\lett will fly the moted to the temporary rank PRETORIA South Africa (AP at. l. OIl feet There wan a loud
WOODCHRYSLER let. When yet i Kild him or give' him patrol. every Wednesday. even.log. of It. colonel and was assigned "Any thin. you can do, I can cheer a* his parachute billowed
few elapa with folded; "...pop.. Immediately : as executive officer. He has Uo better," 6+)..r- ld schoolmaster and mushroomed above him.
July llth Captain Bob rick; received far two jet rides
so
take him euUide and ihow freddie van Zyl told his Nobody wa. more relieved than
.
IZth, Captain Bruce Boynton; and helicopter ride. He luna
him tfie .. to cleanup a son Now Freddie has made his his wife when he made a perfect
proper place lure 18th U Jerry 19th.
Capuano; July 19th for his tour of Great
first. parachute jump k> prove it. touchdown. She had not been
me in dia haute and rash with
spot .
Lt. Bob Pearminj 23th Lt. International
with
Britain the
His son. Dr. Pierre van Zyl happy about" his making the jump.
a deodorant or ammonia or th.puppy George Spencer; July 26th Cap. Cadet Exchange "
is a member of the Pretoria 51<.) Afar a", he mid. "I've got
will, won la return lo mat' Above tain Fritz Thurnen 1stSJU let.
PLYMOUTH Inc. ipol ; August ITS A FACT: The call diving Club. only one husband."
oil, hove patience Paul Frank; rid Captain tern for the CAP Colt have been Said van 7yl afterwards.. "I
Luis Moore; 8th W.O Earl changed. They used to be K D I wanted to prove that anything my
jflI" Hodges; 9th WoO Vance Rim... 1873. They are no* K K P son can do, I can do perhaps
Pilots will make arrangement 2773 unit 3. Sport Spot Is even better. It's been a treat LEMMON GROWS PEACHESSPARTANBCRG
RENEW YOUR ...:.. for observers. K K P 2773 base. : SC lAP) -
challenge to me
South
2640 N. Tamlaml Trail Midway 2-655) U.S. 41, town: LICENSE L3 rncnja and relative gathered The general manager t t-,. South

NAPLES VENICE, FLA. DURING YOUR .. '... ..I\t CALL THE NEWS FOR at the airport watch hi. first' t'4r..\lm, Pravh Or Ass's i.sit i.,
The flyJn/ breakfast ..chedul.ed .
F.t 18 I 1-
BIRTH MONTH r of' RUBBER STAMPS lo be held at Charlotte Conn
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son I 1,1.,,i 1., 1-61! XOIIIHRCOIMY: NE1M C3I

You Serve .'d . ; off-U:: 'at travel topics . sea

Liver Often : .i I bun,1> ., will send free Info Stevenson wlnt.rtdSararl
j ';, mi luiKhlng sites and camping in 188788.
And Tastily ? areas en route You are In the High P<'rk

With ('hll Mr 'n hiad UK 1>Thool h I \1.,' 'Jitt ? glon of the Adirondack
"' Wove xi rim t munal I tofk41lotMJBy MAGICAL WALKS having left the gentle
4' !H oiluwtng along Rt. M brings Intimate Central Lake ,
,
>/(' th kind of nual \ ""
t' I ""II 11 Blue Mountain Lake where New' and different altr'IJ": ,'"
family ririhes In ch",1 1 l Ii"I '
dren < Ili i ," si museum in the North ahead (To be con't>
need to I be at peak ctrl I!
4 ( "II' i! Y stands A thorough back.
clency to do good work, and IhIs '
\ Anne L. Bowes
,:1'' in wildlife, old logging
I often a direct result ,)f food they eat The recommend. UUUl ...... k din. nd Adirondack history can
I lot led with a stop at the Adi.k .
ed amounts IIr \itamm' Travel books call
protein II the "Suit. cellent stores, restau I I Museum
and minerals are needed tvtiv lerland of Ameilra. .
geology motels and boat liveries pi
ii able to walk
u are lust ales
dayHow texts say they're the oldest mountains Enchanted: Fores which will '. ,
/II A\I i I there are twom.lgtt'a1till'
long hat It been ulnoliver in the world; New York geo.graphles clnate children for hours, ,i :::z : i i thin vicinity. One again
appealed on your dlnnn state there are them in Old Forge between Augur t '4 .
table t il e ou ip' to the top of BlurM j
Liver ththighest
,
well-known at sands of lakes and ponds plus the to 18th will be an AdlnnljXArt ,'11 ,,In std i 1 Its silvery fire
source of many Important highest peak in the State (5,341 Festival In order to ,''hl"HI 0 I' 'I' The ,mwrcirclesthroughst ,
nutrients, I. served often feet))[ the gazeteer declares It the your first vista mountain, vn,, t''' t "> I touch at Stephens,
by the wise mother.Lher largest State Park In the United mull go i hip. The Chair Lilt -.. I ''."' ai 1 Rock ponds. Each
ran be easily dressed In States. Where Is this enchanted at McCauley Mountain is aji ('ol'-
"I ut 7 miles
fancy trimmings to add greeter. place? The Adirondack Moun. way up. For hikers, the 111111.1. ,' and
i III I < 11 "is deeper' apprecta
appetite appeal Reba Staggi tains of northern New York. up Bald Mountain Is doubl') N.
u." 'n of: ''hi' Alliondarks.HI. .! ,
meat authority, suggests preparing As In all resort areas, there wardlig A fire tower (III 1"' 1 t II'' ,
I shouts you up It'
liver In a mild curry sauce are attractions to suit ever' gives an added boost over t tics Tal' Lake
pet site of the Woods.
and ten'Ing it on rice for II taste. Some have no more placeIn tree*. \
ti 11\i""'" Il'Id! i Da01' August 7
taste-tempting treat the Adirondack than In
Hong Having gotten a glimpse over 111.1 I s. \t this )Junction, pick up
Uvrr Curry Kong I will try to lay out a the land, the next method of c'\. Rt. J fur i look at Saranac and
1 pound sliced beef 11\e.. tour that will dramatize the true joyment Is via water There all' laic Thtld. This Is strictly
4 to 6 slices bacon flavor of the region; then hope, two lakes within 30 miles 01 Old plush, si unless your are rich and
2 tablespoons lard or like Samuel W.FOil said"Bringme Forge which are musts. One Ilk, Ions dressing on vnurvaca.
drippings men to match my mountains."' Is Big Moose; the other, ; '' IIIOM 1 HlSTOr tilt ( '''II'i '' 'i' of ::1 c: 'u intuition WWII I' lo+,'t s4a\'. CHJj long:enough

3 tablespoon butter ui On the former (11 miles up '' \; n th, Nr0" l' IK Ada'. mini Us whir, humluiM! ofI ti ">P the Olympic ski jumps and
HERE WE GO 28 and turn left S miles
), a
margarine i I and U, d.. all hi No uisUnl runs, admire the truly
Leaving Utica as last be taken Dunn's mail pom: 111\1\' 'IK or u) Nijilis
2 ( per my can on
tablespoon finely chopped a\\I'ItJn\l' cradle of moutains and
onion column), you exit at No. 31 on It wings you past the unique and'C'M' p<"iliapdiop! In at the Robert Brush Duck
1 can (2 ounces) mushroom the Thruway and pick up State tnunity Chapel, Madame : camps. llonalres' estatos pui liveries Hi I ipso 1 h.lln III Lakes,Beaver Louis Stevenson! Cottage Thl.I'Onl.1118 For special flavor. brus
stems and pieces, drained Routes 12 and 28 toAlderCreek, (the old.tlme actressi slahd mall have boat rent al s. River low, 01 Raqilvtte.Foi ked. one of the largest col. duckling with honey one!
2 tablespoons flour 28 to Old Forge. This Is your slon, the site of Theodore scenic For the more hardy, gftnoe Long Lakes chain The NXC lections of the author's personal half hour before cookiniime
'j teaspoon salt Jumplng-off place. There are ex. ser's "American Tragedy," at mil. trips should be made either on tM>rnMM Di-purrnwnt, Ala. mementos, letters and pictures. ,
I.
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teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon curry powder
1'I" cups milk
II"' ..t,
2 cups cooked rice
,,- "
Cook liver slowly in lard or "' ,
r \
drippings until well browned!. I
Remove from frying-pan and "\'' I
cut Into 1-mch pieces Melt butter 111'I I

or margarine In saucepan ," .
Add onion and mushrooms and
cook until lightly browned Add

flour, salt, pepper and currypowder ,,,;,,,, I II
Blend well. Add milk. .
'1! ,
Cook, stirring constantly, until ) '
ti'\t .
thickened Add liver pieces and :: '))1 f" ':
heat Cook bacon until crisp ,,
Drain and break Into small
pieces Serve liver curry overcooked
rice and sprinkle bacon
on top 4 servings


Step Still the man behind the'I"miracle 1




Stirs Smiles


By EDWARD S. KITCH
CHICAGO (AP) OMtime

movie still stirs comedian smiles Stepin and laughter Fetchit uses the most modern and advanced electronic equipAt Cape Coral, 7ft road miles Southwest of Fort Myers,

when he talks to visitors.He'a
had a stream of visitors ment of the space age, side-by-side with the simple tools they have created a modern, thriving community from
during his stay in Cook County

operated Hospital on.where He revealed he recently his was ago of the past, to provide for the needs of the future. He and what was once a wilderness. At Golden Gate Estates, 13

his 72nd and ate
on birthday a other "Men Behind the Miracle" Gulf American road miles from have turned
huge piece of cake to celebrate. 3,500 Naples, they raw,virgin acre-

Stephm Fetchit says he was

born In Key Weal, Fla..'Memorial F'Land' Corporation,' work in the' principal cities"of the age into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing., ..
Day 1892. I ,

four"My Presidents father named of the me United after United States, in several foreign countries, at Gulf Wherever they may be..whatever tools they

States" he said "My
real name la Lincoln proudly.Theodore ''American's eleven-story office building in Miami and at command..these men personify Gulf

Monroe Andrew Perry."

Step said he got the name Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates. Their combined efforts American's corporate goal..building
Stepin rclchit when he bet on a

horse. It by lost that but name Lincoln at a Perry racetrack have accomplished modern-day miracles in Florida. new worlds for a better tomorrow!

won a name that seemed to fit
his shuffling and hesitating
demeanor
"John Whitney named another
horse after me that ran in the
Kentucky Derby in 1912 when
Burgoo King won it." he said
"Slepm Fet hit was third."
Step won fame appearing in
early silent and sound movies
with Will Rogers and Shirley .

Temple
"I 1 made 12 million worth of
movies," he said "Now I'm on
sweet charity"

Since he has been in the hoar a i r r
pital I, he has received hundreds
of letter from all sections of
'the country 1 "

"I. never saw anything like
it." he said "people; want to m !
pay my hilU, I ''M

Step rinds It difficult to explain ;
where his 111,01 w.rl,
spent Mm friends" 'ay h
couldn't refuse a friend ,m ne :d..


,
Council Rules "

Lion Cub Must

Find New Home
&
v fDo eres.
DETROIT (APCaesar, the
friendly lion, will have to finda d
new home.
The 18month.old, 120).pound I
Caesar was evicted Tuesday by .. {
the City Council of suburban I rt
Rosevllle under an "emergency
public safety ordinance."
His owners, Mr and Mrs. E4.
tar J. Hen, both 23 and vet....
Inary assistants, said they have
been notified by city officialsthat
Caesar must go within 90
days The law bans undomestl.
cared animals not attended In a
circus, con or laboratory. t 1} ,
City Attorney James R. Peter.
son said the couple will risk a
$100 fine and 90 days In Jail U
they fall to meet the deadline.
The couple, married Just last
year, said they will not part
with their defaneed, declawed
SN
house pet. They may challengethe
law, or simply leave the
bungalow they bought seven w iJr

months ago, they said.


MILK AIDS CRACKERS
AKRON Ohio AP) II *>>' a
case of crackers and 'I' I j' anA
A P supermarket, 11<' aid'
afr irttker
The ituev** Mokr lhzc:
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cool! the drill Ihrvh. ,.c''1 e r a s
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I 6' COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday July 12. 1964 Aside from music, clothes are "What Young People Mink "

of great Importance to Hungarian

teenagers, science fiction and

Rock And Roll IsNagysioru' detective reading and stories even are old most Western popular Shrug Off the Frug, but the Monkey's Hotter

reading and even old Western

to Hungarian Youth movies are well-attended

have been Although rmmt. of the teuisare
By Eugene Gilbert: In the limelightfor
So clothes-coMclous are President Gilbert Youth over a year but' most of the right In the know about Mhe

Hungarian girls, even those living Research, IncToday' steps have been popular for about ( latest steps. they don't to

on the farm that they'll pa' three to six months. dancing very often Only 16 percent

nn. Iln.s K,m ou..ra'n art./ the equivalent of five good din'nera The longest-lived dance go dancing every weekend
flAfl5re
roll a I NL. tor a pair of mlont. teenage dance steps appears to be the Twist Some Another 13 per cent go to dances

I x i ?wl art wild, wlggly and short-lived 44 per cent of the teen predict every two weeks and the !same

COMMUNIST DETECTIVE Although the Monkey seems to It will be popular for another number trip the light fantastic

STORY have a very slight edge In year Other new dances. such as once a month

BERLIN (AP) Crime author popularity over the other dances the Slauscfl, which are on thew'.rs The most popular place to

I in Communikt East Germany according to our current surve\ up. are expected to laat for dance \Is the school affair.

have"socialist been. Sherlock told to Holme dream up" a no one step stands out as a clear between six months and a year. Twentv-six per cent of the boys

The spirit of the famous detective favorite The boys and girls explain that and girls do their wiggling at

: created In Sir Arthur Of the 13S7 boys and girls e 1'T' man of the dances last onlv as school dances, while 16 per cent

Con an Doyle should be revived have questioned 13 per c.nlla) long( as there are new records prefer parties. Next In popularityare

In the person of "a fariighted. the Monkey Is the most popular featuring that particular beat tern centers, which attract
wise officer of the People's
Police," the authors were told dance in their area. The Twist, FR Karen Kaufman, 19 of II per rent of the dancing
fs.1/61 (WM1aWl, Aim.n II. 1962 variation of the Twist. Is WIOGL Eleven cent of
II a writers' contention: in East or Brooklyn N.YOo doesn't think the youngsters. per

Berlin close behind most popular with WAGS Dog Fight will last too much the teen-ager aren't too particular -

Stones about the new super- 12 per cent of the teens. longer "because It's getting old they'll dame anywhere"
Gilbert Youth Service pictures or autographs of their detective must have a socialist SLOP :
Another youthful favorite Is the and there aren't manv recordsto Only 30 per cent of the young
MUNICH Hungarian teenagers favorites moral, however. They must not wiBBLE
describe crimes: that can be DOlor Dog Fight preferred b\ it." people) rate dancing n their first
have their own dang version
want to
Hungarian teen-agers
imitated, but contribute: to reduction 10 per rent. Many of the otherdances THEY STILL WALTZ choice for a date This Includes
of the American "lt' Ih.rreal.sl. know what teen-agers In other of crime, the authors were are popular In very limited The Frug 35 per cent of the girls and 24

." countries are eating wearing, warned areas only These include the f/G6yT appears destined for cent of the boys. Another
They say their rock-and-roll reading, and doing So a typical But crimes committed in West a short run according to Linda per
Bird, Shimmy Frug, Slop, one-fourth of the teens say danc-
Germany be described Woodland, 17
favorites are "nagyszeru. In. Radio Free Europe can so as of Arlington Va.,
Saturdayafternoon Wiggle Waggle Wlbble Wobble Is their second (choice and 19
to "expose the way the West "because teens ing
get bored
easily
eluded In this top galaxy are Include SHIMMY
might
program German police apparatus operates Scribble and Big "B", and they need per rent place It third. Movie-
a change
the
Elvis Presley Paul Anka. roundups on these subjects from in the interest of the imperialist

The one thing all these dances The going still rates first with 46 percent
Irishmen, the Peach Boys the correspondents In Parts dew stale" the official Wiggle Waggle Wibble
have In common Is that they all Wobble Is also of the boys and girls
Beatles and Rick Nelson York London Rome and Stock Communist party newspaper dying out quickly
Neues Deutschland Involve shaking as much of thebody because of With all the new and fanciful
the fickle
Authority for this popularitypoll holm. reported.! moods of
as possible not necessarilyIn steps. what about the old
Is Radio Free Europe, whose teen-agers says Elwvn Ho| kins,
time to the music. Many of favorites Surprisingly enough
16, of
Atlanta Ga.
headquarters receives requestsfor
certain records from young Chicken Shirts SportedBy the dances can be done by one A more optimistic view Is almost half the teens including
person alone-a partner would taken 56 per cent of the girls and 40
by Richard
listeners who tune In to the Baxter 18, of
twice-weekly "Teen-age Party" Just get In the way. Five per cent think the Slauson the Uncle Willie Miami Beach. He thinks the Twist per cent of the boys, like to "\

and the dally three-hour record Student FaddistsCAMPUS SHORT.LIVEDThe Is headed for fame while three The trouble with most of the' will\ last for a couple more years waltz Square dancing Isn't as

program. boy. and girls are widely per cent predict popularity for dance steps is that they do not because "1t Is the favorite of popular. Only 37 per cent of the ,

Writers request certain records split over the question of which the Beatle, The only other new stay popular very long The' most people, plus manv new boys and girls need the call to

or for "anything" by their dance will hit the spotlight next. dance mentioned by the teens is Monkey the Twist and the Frug; dances derive from It." "swing your partner,"



of Ilk.seldom favorite the DUleland writers signed performer.there Boy with Crystal are the Letters real disguises,name Jail-are r"Y I--Modern Dance GlossaryFor I Teen-Agery in Israel Is DifferentGilbert I



rock, I olio and Old-Fajhloned Youth Service
Baby Moon. like American teenagers
the listeners write In for those who aren't quite sun(The h'rugt"Just TEL-AVIV-Teen-age restlessness t-
exactly what each of these new jump up and down and let that )pandemic diseaseof

dance steps Includes we've compiled loose."-Missy Shepherd, 16, youth Is counteracted here In

a list of definitions by the Silver Spring Md. Israel by a youth organizationcalled

teens themselves.The "Feet generally stationary the Gadna, hrh! Is a

YOU'LL 6 A gyration of hips, bending of unlqute multi-purpose organization .

rust Monkey knees and waving of arms in a for boys and girls from 14

If. . "The back Is bended like a particular manner."-Stanton to 18.

monkey's and the hands are held Elias, 17, Beaver Falls, Pa, The program's activities

DUCK VAUDEVILLE alMer In front like a wrestler's..rockback stretch across a broad front.

and forth; switching feet The Slop: Most Gadna members spend

A TROPICAL and moving back.!'-H e 1 e n "Slop around all over without two weeks in a national service

P R DISatl Wilson, 17, Cumberland, Pa. your partner."-Bette Hanser program at bases attached to

"You sort of go up and down 17, Valley Stream, N.Y. collective settlements where they

and all around, expressing your receive training on the rifle range I u

self also with your arms like an The Wiggle, Waggle Wlbble and in field craft as well as in

:l! animal."-Al Cook 17, Camp Wobble agriculture
<= I. ;wiggle' o f tha 1iVPs &h1f'Hlalt''fJ' ThelAlrGadna unit liethe program
leisure mir p. vat "A
FAD for hours Is the chicken a
shirt Ing of the aTrns":;;...!Thomas Dow, trains )youngsters to pilot Members of Israeli's youth group called tic Gadna, work at
A Ran Bird
Santiuaryl downy golden pullover of brushed orlon acrylic with an The Twist!
18 Atlanta Ga. gliders and light aircraft withan the Massada archaeloglcal excavations, with the Black Sea
IN NAPLES-ON US 41 embroidered black and red bird. The wearers shown In the "With the feet stationary move ,
eye to future selection of in the background 1
chow line are students at C.W, Post College, Oyster BayLI hips in circular motion (left to The Scribbles candidates for jet fighting Naval
right).''-Sarlna Mizrahl, )JS,
"Sort of stand still and shake Gadna does a similar job In the
Miami Beach. .
around."-D o n n a R I n g, 16, pre-tralning of naval cadets.
lions, Israel youth's preferred among the youngsters have btInlorm..d
The Dog or Dog Flghtj Baltimore. In keeping with Gadna's desireto
IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR REPUBLICANS- hobby, while still others help into a full-fledged orchestra
"You just shake your hips and stimulate Israeli nationalism
a forest reserve for conservative which last year won first
do hand muttons"-Jo Ann Senln The Big "B" other Gadna members spend two map
. Go To San Francisco This Week.IF purposes.. prize In an International ynllihorch..slra
16, Whltestone, N.Y. "Stand In one place and shake weeks helping settlers and their
In addition to the two weeksof competition at Holland.
"Knees b.nt. feet apart and from waist down-D o n n a children make their homes In
YOU'RE LOOKING FOR volunteer work annually, Gadna
DEMOCRATS- sway from side to side.! Donna Morris 16, Terre Haute, Ind. new Immigrant villages In the In September they'll give 35
members devote an additional day
Ring, 16, Louisville, Ky. development areas of the country. concerts in the United States
. Go To Atlantic City Next Month.IF a month to such work through the
The Shimmy The Twist This volunteen work often brings
and through local Gadnaclubs In
year Membership the mushniom-
"You wiggle your hips and "You put an ice cube down.omeone's to light the potentialities of
YOU'RE LOOKING FOR NAPLES REAL ESTATEs feet and move from side to side!. back and play music future teachers participate sports music ing organization Is voluntary,

-Rich''. Mazzola It, Brooklyn to the results...-Burt Pepltone. Other member. work In and !lay-reading. and currently some 55,000 young
. To Ad Miller Associates Now. < i people participate.vote .
The most musically giftedornce
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dace contain' a large droning rocm, living room and dining combination electric Western Records Scarce Behind Iron CurtainGilbert I

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Reverie cycle air conditioning and heating . draper! carpets lantern and room

dirltlera are Included and TV cable has been paid for the year . $26,950 with Youth Service would go to cowboy

tlllh above mortgage of 17100. MUNICH American teenagers Westerns.

HANDSOME. CUSTOM BUILT three bedroom house on Mandarin Drive In Coquina who can easily amass a Like thousands of young
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other It has
Amcnf: asset. a large living room dining room, Florida
room, two tile bath..*, electric kitchen and garage . Wiring for air conditionerhas breaking the bank would be vakian boy apparently feels he'sa

been Installed' In the living room and there are well and pump for lawn tare amazed to hear the lengths social success If he has an

. A bargain at $20,200 Including a mortgage of 13000. Czechoslovakian teenagers must Italian sweater, a motor scooter
go to enjoy Western. music. iy and an ever-playing transistor
UP SEA GATE WAY )'ou'lfind\ that one of the fined reiidrnces Is the two bedroom Radio Free Europe's expertsIn radio.

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.. well equipped kitchen, two baths and usable all
a.... a porch gracing an excellently phonograph records of any kind
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are very expensive, and Western er
plfteljr furnUhed for another $1,000, with a boat and motor included i '
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SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATESWANT tentTo satisfy the demand for records Across Street

of American singing stars, CHICAGO (AP-The tip in
AN INCOME PRODI'CING .PROPERTY . On a large, well landscaped the organization beams the latest the malls these days has letters ,
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Included . Zoned muht1-famlly, the lot Is big enough to permit the constructioncf so youthful Czechoslovakians Y ry S. Albln's letter to get across
several rental unite behind the house . $19.500. the street
... may tape them on recorders
SLEEK MODERN HOME on Sixth Street North, remaining three bedroom and two Instructions' In the dance steps When John Segal finally re.celved .

baths . Also a usable living room dining room, well equipped kitchen, porch and are beamed to the teen-agers, it, he found not Just Al.bin's .

carport . $15,900, and can he bought for raah above mortgage of $11,600. 5-cent stamp, but four
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few ambitious tten.a.nhave
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inlti, consisting of 8 hotel room., 4 efficiencies, S one bedroom apartments and 1 two copies of the musical tapes a note "This letter arrived

bedroom . In first rate ,condition the premises are attractively landscaped, have while others Ingeniously have In Brazil by mistake Am
med old X.ray film for prusbr Cie soslo aklai teenagers enjo dan In* to Western popular music but the records are forwarding It." The
stamps
many land Improvements and a large free form swimming pool . Can be bought
for 164,000 down, with buyer to assume mortgage of approximately 108000. sa eable records short-lived as al .ost Inpjsslble to obtain. were Brazilian.

they may be.Interviews. Albln's printing office\ Is at
movies a* well as Western mush attraction was theoldGary
with recording stars. go over blf InCzechoslova1kla I Presley, Connie Francis and in Prague Only four W.-made Cooper movie, "High Noon." If has offices at 1139 S.

Ad Wd4t'G4 //44 date4 too Teen-sgers then have 'even the Beatles films were shown there last teen-agers there had access to Wabash. Albln had Included the

heard Interviews and hit records There's a shortage of Western year. Of these, the biggest box- many films, their preferential new ZIP code in the address
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planetarium. Sunday ski shoes. produce: anew Joalvnn Museum *h<> .Is director of science and technology .
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order from Gen. s.D. Lee fell Sunday. July 12 1MI COLLIER
100 Years AgoDavis with about 6,000 men, dismounted -
upon Smith's rear Misfortune his command and charged.
started at once, M his men werebatonofblyribr1yadeofNagroes Four times his men went Forward eral charge that broke his line. ride In a buggy afterward because -

( and each time they were Forrest, himself, was shot in the of his wound his fight-

Fires Johnston and a Kansas cmlry detachment. driven back with heavy lone toe, and his men were forced to ing days were far from over.

; That night Smith eno&mpeclatop That night, they charged again retreat.It Nevertheless: Forrest wu never -

a knoU at Harrisburg, a mile and again they met defeat was not a catastrophe for again to fill his depleted

1, from Tupelo, and prepared his Next morning, the 15th, For- Forrest. Although his 1,300 casualties ranks.
Forrest Is DefeatedAs defence.At rest prepared for another attack were double Smith's, Next weeks The Battle of At-

7>90 next mornlrW,Forrest, but was met, Instead, \by: a Fed- and although he was forced to lama

the hard-driving Federal hand-man, was working behind -

army of Gen. William Tecumseh the scenes to get Johnston fired

Sherman approached the suburbsof and replaced by Bragg's friend.

Atlanta 100 years ago this Hood. Finally, on July 17, Davis
week a telegram from Rich- administered the blow, and Hood

mond arrived at Atlaraa.addres- was In command. OPEN DAILY

I S I; rv sed to Gen Joseph E.Johnston, John B. Hood 33 years old
commander of the Confederate and Kentucky born was brave

army defending the city. as a lion, al! agreed to that. 9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.
From the Confederate AdJutant But In Sherman's opinion Hood

General Samuel Cooper, the also was "not deemed much ofa

telegram read In parti "I am scholar or of great mental 800 BANYAN BLVD.Becruffuly .

directed by the Secretary of War capacity" and many agreed to

.1 :i. to Inform you that, as you have that, too.Vvlthln.

failed to arrest the advance of two days after assuming

f vt the enemy to the vicinity of Atlanta command Hood was to have .

and express no confidence ample opportunity to show his .

r t that you can defeat or repel him, fighting merit as Johnston stepped ;
you are hereby relieved from quietly and sadly down

l iWATCHDOGToio the command of the Army and Meanwhile, In Mississippi the

Department of Tennessee, which: one Confederate general who
you will Immediately turn over made a habit of winning In the
to Gen. Hood." west-Nathan Bedford Forrest--

Thus ended, for a time, a long suffered one of his few defeats
smoldering feud between Johnston that week.

and Confederate President
i
Jefferson Davis. All during Ma) FORREST FOUND w
as Johnston retreated before Early In July,ana rmy of 14.000 -

Sherman's army, Davis fired off Federals under Gen. AJ. Smith .
Haile Selassie's tamed
Emperor messages demanding to know why had set out from La Grange
lion is used by the Ethiopian emperor to guard the tt - '*-
I Sherman was not attacked Johnston Tenru, to find and defeat the -
back yard of his Addis Ababa palace. Tojo looks gentle ,eyeing a Federal army twice famous Forrest. By happen-

enough but he's kept on the palace grounds for a reason. the size of his, asked for funnel stance, Smith found Forrest near

%help but did not receive It. Tupelo Mils? at a time when !

(Ill i Hi 11 nf llw wind anil, mm'ntjinl Forrest was operating under ano- Li
Lei's Go &o.Unq In, nail In n I in .inline)ly PUBLIC OPINION ther general's orders, and For- .
Skillful beluomun.llip.| likr, an)
Public turned
opinion against rest never was at his best unlesshe
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Johnston too, as Sherman took was running his own battles.
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),iur. Inn |.iu. li,'c an ilu it more and more of Georgia, and On June 13, Smith was near-
in M ,ill.ri.lii.l) hlntrl' linir. Braxton Bragg Davis right- ing Tupelo when Forrest under


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III. ..iIIl""L.. >.MII' 'I.UMII.I, uml' lAlll l l attraction lIy.lbCf00&1, one of the
,,"il gin.. )all IIIIIM" Mllllllll. IHir, Ill- Flevenmilliondollara of a tout security men at the park. "( -

1.,1.If, COM of $I5 million has already believe It', better to get any UTILITY NvJAKfAST
ton,nun' .1 iiin|miki"'iili illiiwam with ilu.mil been pent by (the Stone Mountain discrepancies filed up so the RM, NOOK

" Memorial. Association a state people will feel better about it
I" llu ,tI" I.h II Will IIi!IM' llirliiiil ,
[ lii "'11' .,ix.. il 111,it IK niiiin ... agency, on the initial group of .g when they come out here." MASTER; B.R. FAMILY ROOM
-. In LI"'I'| llir inpm! HI n.w rllu ..l'. park projects.. This has requiredan 'Yv ReceptionittMyrtica Vleatherly It e' ,14 I IF..' U .'
mt ,1.1 IN. limit ,Hi .lull pinhiii additional 15 million boost believes that attendance it the to! j' j
kit I In annul, llh. iiml' 1''inn ,if theI.ed park has been stimulated rather
from the slate legislature to GARAGE:
/ 1111'11,1..1.. t.iur' luil.n.l .InflllllHIIII.I c.Nau.a
than
Hill, .Illfl ii'" ,.',1 III IllllllllH eaae some of the association'sdebt "You depressed. fllR. RM. BATH '. .".,. .'
il\. W iih ilu ii,'MI r unliiimilii Pf. 'le m.. can hardly move on"
11.1 li, 1 Iiililini t'lo.| llu. llirnllli run A 92-unit motel scheduled for weekends, it's so crowded,
"<'l ..U MI.. .l'r| .,|I. .iihl llii liiiuli completion July t. 1963, is still Mrs. Wettierly lays. r
"i 'mi lit,'ml lit' Imply" I'll-lilnn, the not complete and no one knows Whether it Is worth U.60 or I

..Nun., when it will be, although the not, a recent group of tourists
\ .niil|,Ii. 'ii.. III,. IHIII! .11,1,I till |I'Hr; Will estimated coal has shot from
.'r I die hull limn, IKIIIII ..rues. ltd. Sl.3 1 million to ".8 million.An the scenic railroad that runs for
|lif, tin fiiiil. .ill.,i.li.'l and "Trudy association spokesman about a mile around the base of 1f
lIil') evil i tin M.I lf till IHUII' .IKi says the motel a combination of The grand opening,by the way the mountain. The simulated : LIVING,,'. ,ROOM'.-
,'"i 1II"II'h.,| ultramodern and antebellum was supposed to have been this Indian raids and wild west flavor B. R. 2 B. R. 3 "
When\, id* kliin' w.iilinii I.. H.'I oil architectural features stys the year of the ride went over favorablywith t". '' .' u fin... ,
''nip| ,n olNn| Illllllll. I |1"1| ill ant the
"Wh,, held the of
, building, will be ready for the us up. say passengera, many
l.I ,light illinium "'1111'11,1." llul'l ENTRY
." lured m.l, a li.lil| lend IIK grand opening of the park next spokesman "is the constructionof them children.A .
"'-1 I iniiiiliiil| 'fr) in imlii "ii'iil.,,. apt leg. a bypsss for U.S. 78. The huge sculpture of the Con.
federate generals Robert E. Lee
and Stonewall Jackson and the

I Can She Bake Oatmeal Bread? president Jefferson Davis of the, carved confederacy Into the

face of the mountain i la no more
-- liwrnrrr .. kj Js !.. T* finished now than it was 25 00 FINANCING
1 .... l .. yean ago when the barest outline S14,990 Basic Price With 100 %

was visible,
In the put six months, however

scaffolding has been
erected fa its completion.
7 d/fi(4 LAZY SUSAN IN KITCHEN COR-
Plans for one sculpture or an-
NER CABINET
other hive been a source of fuel
for the Stone Mountain controveriy. SUPERIOR FEATURES ARMSTRONG VINYL ASBESTOS

Are The Result Of The FLOOR TILEAMERICAN
The present sculpture was STANDARD BATH
begun more than 25 years ago TREMENDOUS BUYING
FIXTURES Contour tub wall hung ;
but the stock market crash of ,
1929 cut short sn earlier association's POWER of U.S. Steel toilets, over-slze medicine cabinets.

source of fu"' ". a WALK IN CLOSET AND DRESSING
Actually the idea for a giant Home Division AREA in master bedroom.

sculpture goes back to 1915
when the United Daughters of the BUILT-IN VANITY In master bedroom -

Confederacy in Atlanta hired

Guiton Borglum t famous artist 8 SPACIOUS CLOSETS
G. E. AIR
of the lime Lee' CONDITIONING AND
to carve held Steel shelves and hangers
u Jw one who later crested the Mount ducted and insulated. AMERICAN PROVINCIAL

Rushmore memorial in South G. E. DISHWASHER CLOSET FOLDING DOORS

i Dakota CHOICE OF DECORATOR PAINT
G. E. BUILT-IN
STOVE
AND OVEN
Sorghum got a gurantee of COLORS For all Interiors
1250,000 if he completed within Exhaust hood and fan

.. ... three years sn expanded mural SCHEIRICH FLUSH MAHOGANY DOORS
IIIII>>' 1a. +6. - KITCHEN CABINETS
SATISFACTION Cl "RASH H( when vou to.-", wtmcal'reud anJ! acne itfr, ,htnd depicting "the great characters All birch" satin finish... YALE AND TOWN HARDWARE

I hoi from the own. of those days, In action mounted a FORMICA COUNTER TOPS Ont DOUBLE DOOR MAIN ENTRANCE
or an foot, moving across the
mountain." piece, post-formed. LOUVERED WINDOW SHUTTERS
we grew up on. The ruhiw. Migar\ salt snj oats; cool liJ
"u ld war I intervened how a DELTA KITCHEN FAUCETS
BROWNSTONE
By CECILY happen because there'. mow !.< lukrvdrm. Sur in I cup flour,
ever and It was not unlit 1924
Associated P". Food Editor
ugar. phorientnf and milk .in Aid softeneJ >eras. ,. Stir in that Lee's held... dons,
thin bread than our mother used enough nwriflour to make *
NOTHING BUT nothing susi That was ell\ that Borglum got
cede around our house like, to U... These ingredient gite soft J'lh. turn dough out on to do is internal squabbles,
the "Meat *..fi texture and help floured\ "hoard or ttmai; knead and
ome-baked loaves of hrrfet tu retard 'I all"IF .. until .mooth and satin. ). .......t money problems politicalinterference 3LtJcww
Just let the old fash,,,n.,I caused a halt to the
.
10 Rtwnd
minuti* dough into
egranie of yeast baking ""H "\ .I('AS 0.\ntHI. HRE111I project.
ball; place in greaceJ. ho l.l : &
ram our kitchen. and our .,,,,11 uoverjoyed. I .ak cunlpreased..r I package For three years the sculpture
l>ru &h IIIIIIt..1.h II\\ I hark .
a Home-baked r cried fresh and hot from the I 14 cup lukewarm rater until double Augustus Lukemsn was hired to
place nearl m
ven_ even takes the plan uleaaert I cup milk, scalded complete it. Lukeman dynamited \
"hulk shut 112 I I hour. Punch
For the last time ii'i I cup boiling materI Borglum's work off the mountain
asaed around, we offer the I 14 cup shortening Juan linugh; .over. lei ret 10 and began over finishing his. ASSOCIATESi Magnus Brlnkman, Mrs. Ptcjfly Burns, Arthur M. Caldwell,
.
Divide in half and form ,
rusty slues with hate 14 1 cup firml-packed li""hl minute version of Lee's head, plua an I "
brown million. ** Place in Ian greased it. "" Mrs. Gudi. Hoffman, and Nick Wallingford
reserve and
everyone sugar outline of the other figures, in
salt It 1 2 rn 4 I 2 b\ 21 2-mch loaf
2
appy t.anp'nm. 1921. The sponsors ran out of
.
ith melted
One of the good loaves youn 2 cup. old fashioned rolled data Dana Rruoh top funds this
make is American Oatmeal | I 1..2 to 4 cup all-purpone flour *h.nt'ning. Cover, let rise until at pant. TELEPHONE MIOWAY 2-SMO ees nrrM' AV HUE SOUTH
A Gloucester. Mass., sculptor,
{tread red here's the recipe Soften yeast in lukewarm newt double m hulk, about 45

r call: this. bread "Ameri""" aster or dry yeast. in warm aler. astnutek. Remove hum pan; been Walter, hired Kirtlsnd by the Hancock present association his Built by: FLORIDA I TOPIC I HOMES I INC.
cause il is richer and softer pour scalded mill and boiling Mush" hhll.Ih melted butter
finish
an ihi Canadian oatmeal bread water over shortening, brown or margarine. to Luktmsn's work



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8ft COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday July 12, 196 t

.' JBy Oral Contraceptive Causing


MARION SORENSEN


pjIAi' \ 1EGLEB'S! Change In Social AttitudesBy


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: :"-h, rvKOnOukM JOHN BARBOUR With the pill, synthetics of the
Associated Press Science Writer natural hormones do the same

SHREWSBURY, Mass. (AP- thing.
; .. :;. .: titiagcNur The Pill is small-sometimes Today a woman can receive
460 set Wanda Jones
Many questions have been ask. Weaver a
mA Si lkartc' pink sometimes a month's supply of pills for
f ed about the various duties of tossed a 177 singleton, BelaAllen orange some.
; times red about $2.00 Dr Pincus estl.
white and blue.
i ir officer and team captains Both 173, Ida Poyer 170 Cn' a ,
mates. Newer pills the
In on mark.
world of
to' .. the WIBC and ABC Rule books Brack 174, Patsy Robertson If 3, a facing a gain
Q 128,000 43 million et use diminishing amounts of
a
day a year
clearly define these. Also the Shirley Glasser 166 and Jud\
Wakele a population of 6'/a billion by the hormones, but get the same
SWFBA and NWBA have meetings Storter 158. Justine
the year 2000 it is man's most effects.
during the year which help 113 av a 420 set, Helen Hall
There was a recent
ingenious means of birth controlthe report
.116 140 Ann Wynn
clarify them. av.a game
most effective and the that laboratory animals which
av.128 and Bell-97 av
i When there are meetings 77 Irene
most talked about. were fed a common U.s. birth
a (which 1* getting to be an old 137. From 28 points the SnapDragons
{ It worries a lot of people an. control pill showed accelerated
"L
1rsa ,
attend and Lions ire
v story oft told), them andthen Dandy
gers some, brings hope others growth of existing tumors. But
there will not be these tied with 22 each Creeplni
pro. and has caused some reconsld. Dr. Pincus said that it has long
t blems coming up. Charlies 17, Daffy Dillies r. P
eratlon of social attitudes. been known that many animal
Each officer has certain du. Bleeding Hearts 131/' Shrinking ?
From the day the first woman cancers are dependent on hor.
ties to perform for the benefitof Violet /i. Weeping Hibiscus 12 t tvna r '
+ 'Isrp took the oral contraceptive pill m ones-can be slowed by hor.
the league Each team each Three Roses 10 Cratle
cap. ,
t
In December of 1954, it has beena mone preparations In. one
'
lain will also find him self, Bastes 9 and Sand spun Ta.
q subject of controversy. strength and sped up by hor.
or herself In the same situation. LADIES: COMMERCIAL..Topsfor ar "
Will it destroy social mores mones In another strength.
t, Even the bowler has obligations the evening was Juanita Snyder 1 and create
a promiscuousworld
\ which he, or she, must live up with a 529.192. Elaine She!. ? Studies on volunteer groups of

to In order that the league can don came up behind her with 1 women show however that use
Will it cause cancer In worn.
"" function properly.For 513.180 Ann Davis 490.170 of the pills may actually inhibit
en? Is it against nature?
example one of the rules Linda SauchelU 487.174 Peggy the normal rate of cancers of
Despite the questions and
most frequently broken Is that of Yahl 471.172. Mary Armbrust arguments the female reproductive tract
the pill has become a
the individual who wishes to resign reached a lone 181, Hazel Abra. Dr. Plncus said. He added that
dally habit for six million worn
from a league. First you hamson 171, Vlrgle Hutto 170, .-.-.. e ,--- F en over the world-half of them in Haiti and other test areas,

-,- - must have a good reason-you Eileen Wheeler Joyce Cothrun BUTTOtf REPLACEMENT: -Streetcars of Zurich Switzer Americans.And doctors have found fewer signs
cannot just say "I quit". Sea 168, Patsy Robertson 165, Nancy of suspicious cells in regular
PEPPY AND PLAYFUL but terribly camera-shy in six
in has just over on
with which the conductor years
land are equipped a car
Keen 162 medical of
ondly two weeks notice must M. Vaughn 161, Rose checkups pill users.
are these two being held by Office Volunteer the U.S. prescription market it
puppies been with a button used by -paid
replaced
Morrison passengers.
be given and also two weeks 160. Joyce Jones hada pre As more experience has been
has become in
Eleanor Wenzel, at the Humane Society'sshelter fees must be paid. Bowlers not nice 158, Wanda Rice 157, ', a major weapon gained since the first licensed
the arsenal of birth control de.
These "Animals of the Day" are described complying with these rules may B. Hayes 155, Sharon Yahl 152, vices. Its true is hard to pill In 1957, the pills have be.

as 2 month old, mixed-breed and short- be deprived of bowling with Sanctioned Katie Johnson M. Plercy 150 to usage come smaller and cheaper.
measure.
haired (one brown with white markings and the leagues by ABC and WIBC. and Jean) Hyder 151. Trail Clean. 'Fearless Frank' Trying The highest per capita use is Manufacturers have cut the dos.

other brindled ). Just two of many puppies being era have 22 out of 32 points, In Australia. The Egyptian gov. age at least three-fourths since

offered for adoption, both would make good rompanions BROOKSIDE BOWL Corwin Shells 18V4 Ingrams 18, ernment and others out that first pill.
pass -
for loving children and may be seen at Got a No Tap Tournament go. First National Bank Keystone pills to mothers who want to There are 30 trade names
Bowlers 17 Publlx MovieHOLLYWOOD
each
ing-Inquire at the lanes. Bank Hand At Directing
available on the world market
limit the size of their families.
the shelter between 12 and 3 p.m. daily. GULF SHORES-Bill Hyder of Naples 16 each Tamlaml Mo. representing about 10
Even now, the pill and other separ.
fired a 231 for SS4 set and led tel S, Brehma 13th. ConditionedAir
a
And, when you adopt a pet. (AP) Fear. business than getting off stage" methods of birth control are un. ate drugs, Dr. Pincus says

you are not only responsible for the league. Gene Chamberlin 7. less Frank Sinatra Is directing Then for 15 minutes he pa. der study at the highest levels In the United States the Food

his arrival In your home, you came up with a 567-113 Tex his first movie although dl. tlently taught the youngsterhow of the Vatican. and Drug Administration's In.

pet are equally responsible for his Kaverman 586.204. Bud Hogue PINE LANES rectors who have directed him to exit at the right camera However a change In the tradl. dex lists four firms licensed to

departure! If for some reason produced a 206 loner E.A. Per Color TV roll off have be. might the angle. tlonal Roman Catholic view to. sell six kinds of pills, most of
204.201< C. and Genne gun and the results will be argue point.
ry Floyd pub.
you must get rid of your pet But, officially Frank is dl. Fearless Frank-.o called be. ward birth control considered them similar.
; do try to find him a good home. Tessler 202 each, Em Emmer. llclzed as soon as they are avail- rector of "None But the Brave." cause he's the only novice dl. unlikely-pope Plus XII called There is a scarcity of infor.

aJ ICS Your pet has learned to rely on Ick 196, Joe Salmon 194496 Nell able. and his behavior is adding one rector who would start with a the use of the pill "illicit sterlll.cation. matlon on the effects of oral
P for everything. He looks to Van Wyk and Tex Mills 195 ea., ." contraceptives on social or sex.
you more chapter in the life story of cast that mostly doesn't speak Pope Paul VI in recent
you as his protector. If you C. Arnold 192, John Shuff 190, this most complex of Hollywood English_lso acts In the pic. weeks Indicated there was little ual mores of those taking them.

A Serrle of the Human cannot find Ii good home,ask your Mary Llghtner 191, Mike Pike CONTRACTORS..D.J. Salmonled stars. reason to change the Catholic Dr Pincus says this is one area

Society of Naples Humane Society for help. 197. Out of 32 points Mixed Gro. the field with a 582.202.200. Sinatra the actor Is a "onetake" ture.He doesn't have the biggest position.Yet where research Is badly needed.
cers have 23, Townsend Pro. Jim Lowe Gene Tillman and
Abandoning pets 1* cruel and Ir. role. These to Clint Walker.television' some Catholic women do
Ilk sometime specialist Impatient with go ,
Dog people Jack
duce 22, Wimps Texaco 20, Fire Hatcher all listed a 378.
responsible. But It 1* done by and take the pill-as Church leaders
actors "Cheyenne
tuner from s variety of disease, Birds 18, Standard Oil 17, Gulf Jim used a 211 high Gene 206 who require more. ,
tummy aches ard miscellaneous otherwise self-respecting cltl- Coast Motors 16, Police Dept. and Jack 207. Alton Hatcher Sinatra the director Is the op. Tatsuya Mlhashl, a top Japan. admit. They Insist, however

ailments. Allyone who takes a dOC ten*. 13, Boat Haven 14'/a.' Kwik Chek reached a 571.200 Hubte Hart poslte. A young actor hired fora ese actor. that any attempt to offer stalls

Into his family Is morally obligated Then there Is a different kind 14, Naples Floor Coverings 12 567.203 Albert Hatcher 552194. bit that will take all of 10 Walker who would make tics on the number Is foolhardy.

to give the dog the same care, of goodbye . the necessity Yahl Bros 11 and Paul's Texaco, Vaughn Shields fired a lone 203 seconds on the screen spoke his three of Sinatra, thinks the sing Today the U.S. birth rate is

when It 1* HI or In pain that for parting with a pet who Is either 9. Al Hajek 192 AIDe Potter 191 line and made a fast exit. er is the most relaxed directorhe falling. The pill has been named A
too old or too sick to enjoy life Charlie" said has worked for. as the major cause. But Dr.
he would give to himself. MIXED CLASSIC- Star were L.V. Shields and CC Boyd 190 "Hey Sinatra
Who' the doctor? You are the with you anymore. If your pet D.J. Salmon with a 590.214 for each. who calls everybody Charlie. "Frank knows, I'm not used Gregory Pin cu. of the Worcester

"doctor" responsible for the Is hopelessly 111 and suffering the men and Jerl Jerabek 549 TV LEAGUE ..Inga GUI was "You make an exit like that to acting without a horse underme Foundation for Experimental
the greatest kindness you can and walk right out of the big Clint. "He's very Biology Shrewsbury Mass.,
general everyday good health of 195 for the gal*. Joe Salmon the star tonight as she produced you says
You the who offer 1* a painless death. Your picture business. There's noth. tolerant about that." thinks this unlikely. He Is a co.
your pet. are one
shot a 420.162. Hatcher
a 585-212 Ralph Leigh 572. Fay came
Veterinarian Society can provide Ten other roles are playedby developer of the pill which was
guaranteed to meet his basic 198, Paul Crlckenberger 568.226\ up with a 166 single Kay Ber. ing more Important In show key
this. developed at the foundation.
who don't
actors
demand for food, water exercise And not far away there will al,, Earl Cannady 565-203 and Harry nard 152 and Kay Hler 151. I understand Japanese English. Population experts agree with
cleanliness and housing. SauchelU 571203. Linda Sauchel. MIXED MAJORS..For the MenIt
way be a fat, wriggly puppy or I An assistant director Inter. Dr. Pincus. The cause for the
I
You are NOT the doctor when
11 used a 193 for a 530. Lucille was Tex Kaverman tossing
your pet 1* sick. Don't try to be.Diagnosing a mature dog only too willing to Lord reached a 496 and Melba games of 214.245.193 for a 652. Wda' prets for Sinatra. falling U.S. birth rate they say
share your life. '1 first felt the to direct Is simply that today's women
urge
disease In animal 1*
Cornell 484. Bob Steele Sr.blast.ed Ethel Jones topped the women
not a job for amateur Let the a lone 223, Jim Croak 220, with a 552.198. Red Lord pro. : five years ago" says Sinatra. want families smaller more manageable
J Is the real challengeof In keeping with their
professional do it. The pro Jim G?? 215, H. Clouser 199, duced a 551.207 Nell VanWYk Topics "Directing nnanclalstatu..

fesslonal the doctor. Ayers, Conboy Bob Steele Jr., 192, Fred Hill. 360218 Lit Miller 515.170 Sue this business. Movies" are a Dr.' Alan F. Guttmacher of

The degree of Doctor of Veterl- Slated To Talk man 195, Leon Snyder 191 and Tillman 472.188 Fay Hatcher __ director's medium. New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital
In front
Then Sinatra stepped I
nany Medicine 1* conferred only Edna Simpson 181. Using 103 462, Terry Murnan 460, MaryJo A Servla.1 Your Doctor o' Ifedidne,1, cites 1960 statistics showingthat
, after of Your .Ma'' Medal. and the of the cameras and did a difficult h
extensive training SoceI
years Henson
For Toastmasters points as a goal the Mark Mis. Gibbs 455 and Helen Florida Medical AuocUticn. where he amputatesthe at least 80 out of every 100
which Include laboratory and sers have taken 58'/i' Three 451. Pop??, Huble Hart, Lucille scene American married couples
practice
A.P. Ayer and Vince Conboy of wounded Japanese
clinical experience. Your Ve Strike and a Miss 34, Bowlers Lord, and Harry Clouser all SUNLIGHT BENEFICIAL leg a some means of birth control -
will be the principal speakersat soldier South Pacific Is.
a
terinarlllhaa to keep abreastof of Four 53, Plnbuster 52, No reached 191 loners, Ann Fuller BUT. . on -from mechanical devices to
the regular dinner meeting land in World War II. The act
modern medical development Toastmasters' Clubat Taps 50, Big Four 491/, Gut. 163, Dot Donelson 162 and Ginny the pill to the Catholic-approved
Including the uses of the newest the Naples tersnlpes 49 and Hookmasters Panlplnto 150.SHASTRI The nun has a stimulating and of mercy produces a temporary rhythm method.
6:30 o'clock Tuesday night In truce between Marines and
drugs. 47th.COUPLES..The. beneficial effect on the human Essentially It
mimics
the
Veterinarian Interested In the Naples Elks Club. body. The tissues of Japanese soldiers.
person
are BRAND OF HUMOR state of
Marvin Cecil will give the In. HI Jinx had exposed to plenty of outdoor Sinatra the actor did the pregnancy-when there
keeping your dog healthy. They Introductions will high series tonight with Flavlus NEW DELHI (AP) Prime can be no further conception.
vocation and sunlight appear in better con scene In one take and then
teach how to take
care
can you Ransom contributing a 524. Minister Lal Bahadur Shaatrl i i.I i. The pill prevents ovulatlon-the
be by George Vega. Joe Santa dition than do those on whom Sinatra the director yelled
about
of your pet and advise arise.you When will assign the table toplcs.Max 198. The Dorseys totaled 1167 somewhat shy unassuming man the ultraviolet rays of the sun "Print it." release of eggs from the ovar. FOR F ALL Among new

problems first that may take It A. Western will be the toastmas.ter with the aid of Ned's 205.541. but he has strong sense of seldom fall. Sunlight also "Spontaneity Is my style 1 les. The woman takes a pill fashions I i. this beige' wool evening .
you adopt a dog Hub Rans led the Strikers, who humor. seems to have good effect on each day for 20 days
of the Some
evening.Ed can't work other way. ,
the Veterinarian of any suit by Pauline .
Trlgere.Long
to your Daugherty will serve as had 1142 when he tossed games Not Ions ago when Shaatri wa the tone and vigor of the I It. Beforedo I In pregnancy the hormone I
choice. Your dog should then be muscles, including the muscle people say wing skirt .Is front paneledwith
master evaluator with Stanley of 168.192. Louise Wolford post. a cabinet mini.ter. the doorbell I have read the progesterone and perhaps to
scene
a ,
Inoculated against distemper and The Sand. Shastri of the intestinal tract and thheart. extent the sex hormone pleats White satin halter
Terry and Ted Below as his eva. ed a nice 155 single. tang at his home. openedthe script 50 times. Is that winging some
which need.
hepatitis, disease luators. Timer will be Coleman spurs have won 21 out of 32 door The powerful it?" estrogen Inhibit ovulation tops blouse with sash on aid*.
lessly kill so many fine dog point, Bowler 201 l/j, Pin Pluck. "Tell the minister the stenographers invigorating
and grammarian Harry
Boyd
of the sun, although it
each In Collier County and \property
year. 20 Pinheads and Mountain. h. ordered have come,
the law Nell. Ted Thorward will be the ers is 93 million miles away, has a
many other communities wizard of ahzt eers 17 each, Rascals 16, Gut. a visitor said somewhat curtly. tonic effect on the entire human

requires an annual rabies Inocu. ter Dusters and Strikers l5each.HI "Wait a moment please" aaidShaatrl body, giving a feeling of well-

latlon. hour II' Jinx 14, Foulers 12V4, JayHawkers and he disappeared Into being and buoyancy Following Should Parliament Be

Vet.rlnarlan.pve many 12 and Sandbaggers 8. the house without revealing his pleasant sunbathe, the nervousMAtein
of service to humane organization RENEW rouRBRiYER'S EARLY BLOOMERS .Jo Pow. identity i is more at ease and even

*. They are Interested In LICENSE ell splattered the pins as she Chuckling at his practical tne mind Heeiiis stimulated i Sunlight

your pets and In pet owners. ,L rolled a 200 for a 529 18t. Terry joke he then slipped behind his produces many wholesome out of ?
A periodic check-up will save DURING ,OUR responses in the human organ- Uniformly Style
Murnan registered a 489.180.Mary desk while a servant ushered in
your pet much misery and pro. BIRTH MONTH Jo Glbbs 485.181 and Marie the visitors. i"lIl. Proper exposure to the sun
long the years of his life. may increase e the general metabolism

improve sleep and appetite
( raise resistance to bacterial By LAWRENCE MALKIN

infections and "tone up" LONDON (AP) SutcU- .
the Mood nr
and majestic: kiln I'arliament .
As with many other good

things, too :much sun can da along the hank\ of the

much harm. Overexposure to Thames. tier gothic stone
sunlight can cause painful and
WESTINGHOUSE serious injury to the km, tiring lacework: is the joy 01|

on fever mid headache and tourists and the pride of the

June Says: even cause malignant growth British.However.

Farmers, ailor,., fishermen and when the houses "I l

Hardener who are excessively Parliament and the of lli
T1" tower "|
F : to the nun are especial I!
subject to cancer of the face Ben were designed fend built

and hand the original gothic mle I which

Ihe process of f tanning i is anindiMdu.il reached perfection in Furnpv't
;
FR matter which; :dependsu faulted cathedrals, had been gut\

tun a Ieraoti s type ntt skill of style for <00 years.

Hurrying to get a l j in- Now the House of Conniim.
Knimc exposure. ill a short timeotten
has decided to build itkell an
A PORTABLE
cause a sunburn in seine
v instance of such severity as to office huilJm. in the some

need l medical care, Anyone whoever gothic sale.I Official ..Jd'uhand
E ELECTRIC Ian: experienced: such a dec'llon1111 be in July .

condition will be quick to avoidit Few members of the house have ..
I .
in the future
their own offices and the can '
WESTINGHOUSE --- 4e
r *
be seen whenever Common i is

; E DEATHS in session. signing letter P.IRLI .\\U'.T and Dig Ben with dotted lines showing

4I HAIR DRYER BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) against sissies a constituent atone wall and in inter the kite ,)1 t the proposed (louse of Commons office: building. I Iimpl

Milton Fitzpatrick (Tomtm ) drafts torn: dots.

Thompson, a 30.year veteran of But Britain's architects an
newspaper work, died Friday of
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harmonize with the old stvle.
the Baltimore News.Amerl.can Esenthe few British architectswho But the modern world would Sir John Summeraon a leading
and had" worked for the San
With Frost Free creep in nevertheless.ftn architecturalhi.tonan, suggested
Every RefrigeratorNO Diego Event! Tribune still work in gothic are appalled of
"Quite quite wrong." Cooke admits that under a wy harmonizing the new

BRIDGEPORT Conn. (AP- commented Sir Edl.rdlllIf... the stone! gothic skirting there building with Parliament:

PAYMENT George F, Sparking 84, a longtime Il-vear-old designer of GUt Id. would have to lie a steel frame "It (the design) revolve intoa

DOWN professional golfer, died ford' gothic cathedral. if COM are to be kept m bound great many vertical line.

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charge of the Light Brigade," finding stonecarver for the horiiomals, ruled with various

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) said Sir Robert Matthew president gargoyles and other decoration weight This produce a fret

Mrs Jane Dabney' Kittle, 76, of the Royal Institute of If all else fails. Cooke suggested mesh which i* the kind of

I widow' of onetime Sears Roe Architect. making replica in fiberglass pattern that can be reproduced

; buck i Co. President CharlesM. One of the few holding the of all\ things, or turning particularly well in steel and

Courtesy Appliance Sales & Service Kittle, died Friday of a gothic battlements is Robert the work over to a company glass."

heart attack Mrs. Kittle of Chi- Cooke, an architectural specialist which mold gargoyles for Charles Pannell, labor Party

cage was in' San Francisco for who is a member of the crumbling churches out of spokesman on publu works,

the Repab.i,i :ar National Con National Trust which administers crushed stone and cement. is standing firm on gothu for

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