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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 19, 1964
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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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Volume ID: VID00208
Source Institution: University of Florida
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SEOUL, Korea (APPresl.dent .
Chung Hee Pirk's govern.
ment sold! Saturday! secret Com.
munlst youth organization had

Inspired the riots and demon. GOP Over 'Extremism'FXTREME

strattons spring. by students this

l
It was the first time the gov. """"11 k tf .b (
ernment publicly blamed Com.

munlsti for the disorders that PHOEMX, Ariz. (AP)-Be
threatened to topple( the .
regime.
Ulflfoday r
Barn Goldwater relaxed )
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Park Imposed martial law on 11tww1l'
t
In the hilltop desert home IP I
Seoul June 3 after students and loves while Republicans seethe i
police clashed for two
days. with debate and discord ever L
More than 100 students and t
cI.
vlllans their presidential nominw"s de t tit .
were
arrested fence of extremism In the cause
of freedom.
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Aides said Golduater was ex.
TOKYO (AP-Premler Hay. i1
peeled to transact ont bit of d4 +," "a4PCh
ato Ikeda' new cabinet, reshuf. b ,i ?
business fl'rmal'lIllIlrall'f,1 !
: a u
fled to rival factions In
appease of his bid for Senate renomlna ...
his ruling liberal democratic ... y "'- - "'_ 10. '.
tlon that he has won
now top
partywas sworn In Saturday.No spot on the Republican ticket THE ASSPMHI,,\' II AU. itt t (",nl Smut Camp: Timl... ..t.inl. 'i,1 .i (:1,11'111'I ,

major changes are expect. The conservative senator flew i ntlu-ri I ,not fur the (fill\ IuI; S mils ntti'inlim( ' Iii' |P.I\ I 'iun> lidil,

ed In the foreign and domestic from San Francisco Friday last vvi'ilv'' ) Tin hall! Miivncil, ID 1,1'1'1) > out 1'\\" ,Il't's, \\\\\t\\ \ '. an!
of sixth cabinetIn
policies Japan's
four night to a triumphant homecom !deal nu-otiiiK: place for lat'gr null's: HSM inlOul lot" tfrtmp' "niv.rin\ or
years.
Ikeda was forced to give cabinet Ing In his native city About 3,. 1tn1'( )' tolling, fix hitmen on )cuiltlltg or" III| 11.11,'Ii ,ii i inun-ii .iitiMiK" \II

posts to Influential party 000 persons cheered hue state's \\111111:101\ pioth trooil pl.uc to p.illd: members In return for their first presidential nominee. alter an evciitful lilt)'. Soo p.ijtt- 1-15 ( NT.\\: Mioto)
Goldwater left in San Francis
support during the July 10 elec.
co In a bolllnn COP feud over a re.
tion.
mark he uttered In acceptingthe

nomination Thursday night Coquina Sands Deal Tops List
a remark he underscored s
OSLO, Norway (AP-The Friday In these words "Ex.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. H- I
tremlsm Is no sin If en
has been proposed for the 1964 you ace
gaged in the defense of free

weglan Nobel Peace religious Prize the magazine Nor. I dom.Before'. the Republican atloll.Convention' Healthy Week In County Realty.

"Vaar Klrke" Our Church -
( )
al 1 windup session,

says.A group of Swedish legislators Goldwater declared: "I would County real estate sales pro. Beach Est Inr In liarlei U.: dl >UO;; Ot.ni ll. |11.111'1. ti. *'r.
reportedly proposed King for remind you that extremism In tiled In th, current period and fcllnor: VIIICN, Ps 'iml, lud,, 1\.1 l L. nut' I",.i L. JOIHIMMIJr ,, .
the prize the magzlne said. The the defense of liberty Is no vice. reached a value of $608,800. Ill Lot :29, Dlk" n, Unit' I, (minors ., Imim+..alc'c. I'liu-l in 8...
winner Is chosen by the Nor. I 1 And let me remind you also that the previous period values reach Vanderbilt [11-..1"1E'I.., 7,000; 4, TIIi.' K .' '!I, $.>,-'00; Si.4.WJld .
weglan Parliament.The moderation In the pursuit of jus. ec1 $4,00,900 for an early month. Collier Di-v. Coip, to Marrj C, CIIII')'. o't JO! llM'JilWl: )
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magazine said In an edl. \ -LY HAPPY with their nomination as GOP contenders for tics Is no virtue. ly total of $1,000,700 Delaney, liu Pompano Heath, Cwi|' NI' 1. I ik N.; l. luirelin
torlal that King should be president and vice president are, I to r, Senator Barry Goldwater and The remark brought a swift, The top deal of the current part M. 2, Ilk\ :29! hvi-rrMiw; ( \ , Si>< 1 I'. I i I I"!'. lb'e, r! ,, ;?.11.,
awarded the prize for his role In Congressman William E. Miller\ Goldwater is currently embroiled with sharp retort from an old cam. period was by Wlnaid Q, Olson n.000, Urli 11). Alliui) to (liar. 000,; Gab,, i I''. I IL |.iil I t.. C1'ui't''
Net.
the non.vtolent struggle for ra. the moderate wing of the party over his acceptance text which includeda palpi foe. New York Gov. to Lots E. Elwood and EvelynA. ten R. and, Janet A. Hklni' Ml. II. "Koniail" i> uli,.,I"I.S.I', |iai.
son A. Rockefeller-4he first BIngham, St Paul Minn., ami Lars. C.I I and Clllalli> lili "
clal! Integration !In the United n< >, cal 1111 S 1 1,1\,1' ,0,111:,' .11.
defense
of
"extremism.
States.* caller to congratulate Goldwa. for Lot 4, Unit 1 1. Coquina Sands. $1,200( ; Edwin KrawerluFranros $1,200

ter when he was nominated The sale price was list at $12r,. Faniriiit! , i't al, Miami, Lots. I l"oCI Isjlx t ,Iit'I i l lin tt'rl< M d
Wednesday night termed it 000.Other and 1 IT, isles. of Capri\ "N", :J, %Walrfi I' mil: II,.inS ianuelll: '.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Open Contract Negotiations Building Pace "dfngerous.'* Irresponsible and sales of $1,000 0* over $$,000;; John W, Miil)I,",> to ar foil.. .. '1,. ." ,... ... '" ti. , ."
(AP-The cost of desalting frightening. with values t taken from I tax stampson ence A. and Emily Mlllni, t\/'. Ti| 'I, I K,;<. :H,, U-.OOj:
water has been cut by about 70 recorded deeds: included the wark, N.J Lot 20 !Ilk (1( Unit C.inn'!III i'i |p' |t"", ('ii uli I .s I L).
per rent, but it Is still\ too high Slows In City WHAT DOES IT MEAN following I, Little \Hickory Shore, $3,000 Coli,', 1 1 :s 11,11'\|, ""re'.IIII 1 Set
for irrigation use, U.N. expertssay. UAW stressesDien Charles H. Percy, the GOP Wesley 0. Downing, Tr., to Mango>> Glowers Inc., to Wilnu 9, Twp -.I I Iii!;:.'. :2!; ,I IUO; ;; WII.
And The candidate for governor of nil. Hexagon Corp., Naples, Lot 9, 0 LaFountaln Went SjyvllU, ham: K. MomTI- ,n, Max KMusi :.
,.r A yearlong survey In 43 coun. CountyActivity nods, called for an explanationfrom Dlk R, Unit 2, The Moorings N.Y., Lots 4,1,22 and 23, Ilk 4, ':i"iv. Kl .Ml>uiih, N.S |par,
tries and territories showed that the nominee / $90,000; Theron Ridge to Forrest Naples' economical conversion of salt dropped off at boil ft And Goldwater apparently and Helen Wicks, Naples, Lois! 7, $:JUUO! > Mi"hulas. It l n.et it, to
water to fresh water Is still a i ty Of Man the Naples and Collier Count)t discussed the statement during and 8 and part Lot 9, Dlk 11 NAPLES PARK Lelthton. J. .Mnil is, |1'1.| LiuiliT.
long way off. building departments In the week t a half-hour talk In San Francis.co Tier 6, Naples, $9r.OO; Robert M.II. Davis Properties, Inc., .nlinu.d II
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Just ended with former President R. Babb to'Robert! L. and Joan to William K.; and Ruth JaUwon,

DETROIT Mich. (AP)-The and relief time are major goals,I The city total was 199,968,,, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Gold. C. Hill, Jr., Naples, Lots 4, 5 Whitehall, N.Y., Lot :23:;, lilt 21,
GEORGETOWN British Cul. United Auto Workers union, In the UAW propositions pre.. with a S46.000 Port Royal re- water aides said Flsenhower and 6, and part Lot 7, Dlk 20, Unit 2.( Napl.lr.nkIOOI; M.II. RegistrationBooks
ana (AP-A terrorist bomb in bargaining with the Big Three vented to the automakers 'in the I I sldence heading the 10 per, sought the meeting Tier 10, Naples, $12,900; Edgard Davis Properties, IiiC., to Jolin
this British colony seething with automakers during a boom pert. "first round" bargaining ses.slons rolls sIgned by Building Official I I Dean Burch swiftly approvedby L, Secrest Jr., to !Ruth R. Wa. M. Fisher, Pompatio Beach, Lots
racial violence barely missed od, apparently has put "the dig., that ended this week, Pert. Plnkston. the GOP National Committee pies Naples|, Lot 12, Ilk D, Unit 14 and 13 I lilt 3', Unit C, Na. Open
Injuring the American.born wife nlty of labor" on a par with Councils for the UAW depart, Only one permit of any size,, as Goldwater's choice to takeover 2, Coquina Sands: ",aoo;; Humid pies Park, $2,000; M.M. Davis
of leftist Premier Cheddl Jagan straight economic demands and ments at Ford Motor Co., Gen, was Issued by Carl C)emmer Us reins said tho senator E. Whltjker to Samuel. E. and Properties, Inc, to .\rlctto Until Oct 3
Friday. creation of new jobs. eral Motors Corp. Chrysler, at the county building office dur, had told Eisenhower/ was Marie M. Gewln Clmhur&t: HI, Meyer, Caracas, V npl'.Iwl.ll,1t ,

Mrs. Janet Jagan a con. New work rules and more rest Corp. and American Motors I I Ing a $29,1 SO week. "rather extremist" when as a Lot 9, lilt II, Unit 2, Coquina 37, Blk 79, Unit C, Naples, park, Mrs i "In.i .iiit.1., ""lit|> SHIM|
troverstal political power In her Corp. emphasized this spring;: F.B. Schreck will build the, general /he launched the Allied Sands 15,500! ; Roy I. Brick to $1,000Naples: South, Int., to eivlsnr. "I l I ii"l I si Mil: 'KI I, ud
own right was reported about that new contracts must "assert t; $49,000 residence at 1345 Spy. Invasion of Europe In 1944. Thomas A- and Mildred, M, Mor. William L. and Gloria itone, ><>itM'ii| \ tin) tlic r<-'isli I 1 jtlmi
feet from the blat but of human i I glass Lane for Snapping back al Rockefeller, gan, Naples, Lot U and part Lot UK 17
100 was Reduce SentencesFor the sovereignty \beings Dr. and Mrs. Naples, lilt C, Unit 1, b'Klks. Jll'p>|llll ,MI iii'' '''III fllfl.
not harmed. over machines." Earle Wheeler. Rjtenberg: Con. Goldwater said several Amerl. 17, Blk A, Lakevlew Terrace, Naples South, Inc., $2,200: ; CarlN. hip vuliis. .W4 Jil.' u><:lslcr.
The bomb was left by a man Kidnapping Of structlon Co. Is the contractor can presidents-<3eorge Wash. $2-1,500; Abraham Sommers, Anderson to William S. Sol. ed lo all Jl ''n'I'l iillno' In, HIP
In the headquarters of Jagan's lor' a $15,838 house for L.C.' Ington Abraham Lincoln and et al, to Holland T. and Mary J. Grace M. Faddy: Collier Count)', East !N' qt'< C,"vi'ii'iiuni' ii'iilcrThe .
ruling People's Progressive Frank Sinatra Jr. The union apparently consld., Holmes at 1490 Jewel Box Theodore Roosevelt 4ook what alley, Naples, part Lots 4 and Lot 8r 0, Unit :2, Palm River r.... l bn,* .. "HI U iru until
Party, A party newspaper said ers a No. 1 requirement of the i, Avenue. he considers extreme steps 6, and all Lot 9, Ilk D, Lake. tales, $23QOO; ThonuiH.IUnwn" 0<'tol..i I. .In. u"HHiiii 1.1 l TII
Forde a party worker LOS ANGELES (AP)-Light. The proposed residence of Wal. "when defending our free. View Terrace, $32,500; Thomas aim to ..
Michael contract this year a provisionfor t I Ross\ M. ajid) frdiu: M. I hp al>li l'' v.4,, MI' imllVKliiaJmut
was killed trying to get the1'er sentences and the possibilityof rest periods In addition to,Iter K. Harris at 1539 Marlin dome A Morgan Jr., to Roy I I. and Kerns Boca Raton\ Lot I 11 I Ilk h ,v? r.I>' i Mili'ht ..fHoil'Jj
of the building '' parole were granted for two Drive will be built for "I would like the governor) Myrtle f.; Prark \Naples, Lot K Pine Rid
bomb out personal relief time now given., $15,000 :je fcxt.; ,$2,000; Jamost /Im. "iii' oar, alai In
of three men convicted In the bbl Michigan Construction for my benefit and for the bene. 11. Dlk E, Lakevlew Terrace, ,, .
Earlier retirement also la I I Co. Clary, Tr., to GuMavO ;and HID 1'111/1\ r li i ?'," HitlisMis .
kidnaping of Frank Sinatra Jr., William B. Stone plans to Continued 9) $10,SCO. Carolyn J. ', .
near the top of the demands. put ( on page Wlognvi, Seattle, jni, .Iv jI.j.III,01oQwhit ,
Crash Of Cash son of the singer The UAW says It should be,. up a ''',000 dwelling for HJ. MOORINGS; Wash, Lot 31, PlatilatlKi Island, hay, ri .I((0'1 I ii >l tirovimisl,

Barry Worthington Keenan made available "at the earliest; Morris at 1466 Curlew. GOP TreatedFor The Brent Corp., lo The Net $1,800; Sea Gale Int., to Howard'hilt liav. ,in I., n, ,i ,MI-OSS! sini i',
400
Scares Robber and Joseph Clyde Am.ler.orlg. age that may be practicable, Wlggs and Maale plan to In. Mar Corp,, Cleveland; Ohio, par. I C. an,1 Joan K, lleinj)', Jjckfcon.Vllle Sllllllll, '00,' that IM"e''Utility, ,' (HMlksliaf
inally sentenced to terms of life and in any case not later than, stall an' 84 by 70.foot foundation HeadachesAt eels in Lots 5 and 6, Dill S, Unit Beach, 146 4;, Unit I ISea tin, i "rr1I' i ,i'i 1,11"> <'" >
LOS ANGELES (AP) The ]plus 75 years, heard the terms either age CO or on the basis of a L for an addition to Port Royal 2, The Moorings, $32,500:; ; The gate i Sul.1 lr,00.;
crash of cash as It fell to the :reduced to 25 years. The Judge factor system which gives recognition .: Beach Club, 2900 Gordon Drive, Cow PalaceSAN Brent Corp., to John L. and Mar.
floor so startled a would be ,said he originally gave the pair to long service b)'r, for 5000. tha V. Gaerste, Far Hills, N.J.: COUNTY U.S. Protests
bank robber that he fled empty. maximum sentences to make workers who are still short of F Uwis Pools Inc. will Install a FRANCIScd (AP)>-The parcel In Lots ; and C, Dlk S, Oliver J, Curr to bmclherlo
handed then turned himself In I them eligible! for a psychiatric 80." swimming pool at the home ot Red Cross treated more than Unit 2, The Moorings, $31,00;; I S. and FlelrltU S. Rivera, Im.mokalve .
because he had attracted so i examination. UAW Secretary.Treasurtr James Psjilplnto, 1553: Nautilus' 400 persons for headaches the Clara V. Llnklater to WilliS and i parcel( In Eor 36, Twp Reds Boarding

much attention police report. The pair, both 23, and JohnW. Emil Mazey has vowed there Drive, for $3,300. Cow Palace during the Republl. Maale, Inc., (Naples; parcel in 46, Rge 28, $1,000;; First r.....
Officers say Roger L. Antho. Irwin, 43, were convicted of wUl be no contract unless the In the county Michigan Con. can National Convention this Naples| Sfal> ard and Gulf R.R. I Real Estate Marl IHC, to K:
ny. 34, was booked on suspicion ;plotting to kidnap young Sinatra companies assume the full cost: structlon Co. is the contra,tor eik. Replal IJ.COO;; Port UoaI.ll\c., I Ian Lakln and Gloria L Phillips, American Shipw
of robbery one hour after the :last December, then releasinghim of hospital-medical Insurancefor i for a $23,000 residence for R.E. Also treated were 17 cases of'' Julu A. and Helen L. Burn. 'Washington; D.C., parcel In SIIC'

Incident occurred at a bank in | In three days after his fa. retirees and at the same> Kiser at Immokalte, Universal exhaustion, four heart attacks, ham, Ji., Marblehead, Mass, :22, Tp 47, RSe Z7, SI ,000:; First w \ : IN: ("It) the
West Los Angeles Friday ther I i paid $240,000 In ransom time agree to tie pensions to a i Guntte Is Installing a $2,100 three cases of hypertension, one'Lot 43, Spyglass Island Suction I Fla, Real Estate Mart Inc\ to firm : i 1"1'11" ti'i, Mary Downing 52, a teller, cosUoMlvlng .escalator as i pool at the new home of W.F stiff neck and two cases of vocal port RnI,a1, $1*,700; Lcote: r Whit. I Iaker Egan and Eva L. Uernas how ,.i: 41 AmiTi' "'n grain shipin
said she was startled when a Irwin, found Innocent of par. wages are now Kutschera at Vand'rblll Beach strain *t al, to Edward D. and Ler. Ilie 51. Catherines, Canada, parcel \ the Slack Sea. i h y a Soviet na.
man handed her a note demand. 'I tlcipation In the actual abduc. R. Smith :Naples[ Lot 17, and I In Etc 22, Tap 47, Rge 27, val vi sv/l I has IIP.It.1' termed "ex.
Ing money and dropped a tray '1 lion, drew a term of 16 )ears part U>ts It and 1 IS, BUt E, Bad cesnvi'" and "ci_'.rly outside
of coins. 'I and eight months .- 5ub'd, Ml-00 fester WM. '
Axe ; the norm "I i al h.ptable. ; beha.
1: .... ...... taker Tr., to Man W. and Mar. County Tax vlor" t htIf' StatS fjopartment,

tha J. Vancliura Naples, Lot 10, At the same time, the depart.
Bik F, B.dxe Suo'd, $ ,.000.e. Assessor Gets ment lIn'< .td /d that this action
County Farmers s .. Cypress) Oil and County) "m ,> hari' heen within! strictly
Ol\ Club, Ini, JamesE. and Grace legal nhis', I
I ),,1. )..IcC abeMonrltf\1U., Pa, LM Few ComplaintsThe Thi' lepaitmenl 'IUd a Soviet
13, BU 3, tit Cypress Grill and naval .i'sadl,! halted the SS Sis.ttr .
Looking To Fall Countr) Club Estates, 84,JOO;; Katlngo last Wednesday,
Paul Abraham to lAws and office of County Tax As. boar I-1 i II and forced the cap.

s' Carol L. Rorkoff, Naples, Lot season Sam Colding reports few lain to pay a fine, The Amerl.
Farming activity at the pre. A representative of the firm 26, Blk G, L'ni3: BrookiH. complaints on the 1964 assess can Mp had left the port of No.
sent time In Collier County Is told listeners that the stud) madeIn : (11,600;; Conners Vanllerlillt 1 > meats but man) visitors to the yorf-i'.iik without permission
generally one of planning ahead the Immokalte area held more office checking the new figures. after a wage dispute.
for the fall planting season,Coun. promise than any other made bj l Marina Oswald "0nJ) two proper owners No injuries or d">nages were
have appeared before the Boardof
ty Agriculture Agent Don Lander Firms in Florida with possiblyone reported,
said yesterday.Aft a generally excptlon.rarmers In the one Gets Taste Of Equall/atlon: complaint," umclals here s ld Friday that
successful ....on.th. farmersare exception owned the land where a spokesman said the, ship's captain, Arthur H.
Resort Life The number of entries on theassessments rertlg 44 of
U.S. Wading
not sitting on their hands. the cane was grown. River,
"Searching for new farm lands, books Jumped from N.Y. reported Lila ship was
testing soils,laying out programs "It's an outstanding"area for )'\DILL, Okla (AP)-Mrs. 30,000 in 1963 to more than 40,. stopped when it was 1e.3 miles
of fertilization for fall planting growing sugar cane, Lander Marina OS"Jd, widow of the 000 this year. In I960,when Cold. from land outside Soviet teat
and preparing soils for an Au. quoted the speaker. man accused of assassinating Ing assumed duties of the office, tonal waters.
gust planting of tomatoes Is occupying Lander said the farmers have 4Ansitas President John F. Kennedy got there were 18,000 entries in the Soviet authorities "may have
the time of most farm. Invested money In the project her first taste of American re books. been within strictly: legal
era at present" Lander noted. planted a large number of acresto Mlkojan Leonid Brrzhnei .Indrri' Cromjko sort living this week. Coldlng has asked the county rlghf.." according tu Inierna.
He reported that about (0 pro. seed cane, and according to the Mrs 0* aid< spent a brief vacation commissioners to continue sit* tlonal law, to purmitf. board and
spectlve sugar cane growers met engineer's report the soil and SOVIET SIUTFLE--In the diplomatic cards. a shuffle in the Kremlin s top line-up at at Lake Texoma near ting as a Board of Equalization ...arh the Katlngo the depart..
last week In the Inmokalee Hip climate are well suited but "the onthe-apot diplomats predict: First Deputy Premier Anastas )!Jkoan. 68. is to replace here with a couple from Rich Into August to give all taxpay. ment said But It Kldech "TQ
school auditorium to hear a re. hitch remains that CoWer Count, Leonid Brezhnev as Soviet president.. Brezhnev. 58. will devote full time to being Khrushchev's ardson Tex en an opportunity to appear If methods) employed by Soviet au.
view of the feasibility study made has not been granted an acreage right hand in running the Communist party, Andrei Grom'ko. 55. foreign I minister "It Is the first time In a longtime they have complaints. The board thoritles were A''ye and
by the Baton Rougeenglneerflrm quota by the sugar division of the is to receive a deputy premiership while' retaining control of administering Soviet I can go to the beach," she will meet next on Tuesday, July cleat i outside the norms of ac.eept .
of Arthur Keller. UJ. Agriculture Department. foreign policy tad<< a reporter a, at 1:30 p.m. :, : behavior."



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COUNTY NEWS Sunday July: 19. 19S4 '
Reveals Castro Had' Price




Rabies In Wildlife Running ( To Stay Clear Of Red Orbit ;



Ahead Of Last Year's Record r MIAMI (AP)-A bllllon-dollar 'curred a month later, May 12,

C.S. loan as the price to keep Fidel 1960, Amoedo said
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ATLANTA Oat AP) Ra. which can occur In both man bit was mentioned in 1960 medl. I tine embassy, he reported, Cas.
bus, a relatively rare but and animals 1 atlon efforts In Havana a diplomat I tro promised he would not ac.
dreaded disease, has become s "Our only tool for control 1A : .,. .. : who helped ramrod the no 'cept "war aid from an extra.
hardcore problem for the U.S. here is trapping the wildlife, but gotiatloni said Saturday< 'continental power" and gave as.
Public Health Service for two this Is not really effective," Julio Amoe'to, then Argentine i surances his revolution "was
reasons too little knowledgeand Scholtens says "R Just eases ambassador to Cuba, said the i not exportable."
too many carriers among our conscience that we are Prime Minister kited the billion The following month, Amoedo
wildlife doing something" Rabies Is a dollar sum Wring a sl\.hour recalled, Castro proclaimedCuba
Far years, cats and dogs were virus disease which attacks the 1"18rel,1"l'lth former Cuban the first socialist republicof
the chief concern of rabies nervous system.If President Carlos Prio Sorarrasi < the Western Hemisphere.
wat 'hers. In the last year or a person Is suspected of w his revolution
hue price lor stanbtg dear of He "expelled"' ,
two, however, rabies has been having been bitten by a rabid the Iron Curtain 'the diplomat adder, to the ex.
brought well under control In animal, Scholtens says, doctors Ft Pilo Soijn, now In exit In I IMlml tent that the Organization of
domesticated animals. don't waste time testing Mm to I lonltimtil In Mexleo American: States found him
This leaves the health service see If he has the disease. They Clt'l'h.I'1" he Iji visiting. thatlice guilty i 01 subversive aggression
with a major snag-rabies In pump Louis Pasteur's vaccine 111l1l"II.cMI.lIIIUI" was In 1'eneniela.Anw'edo .

wildlife. or a modern version of It, Into . mentioned 1. but nail Castro hid urged the OAS, meet.
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disease \F\ Tclephofos', not d'm.tlld..d the loin. ;
Center here
reports that a psychologically Jarring 14. Prlo sail Castro .isk.-d II the lHIX| >!"e> m.I X I 111 U 111 penalties
the appearance b/ rabies In anl. day series of dally injections Judge \\tinman t' Ice Hallo Dr Sam Sheppard John T ('orrlgan Carted St.Ill"I'IIIII! I... willing against the C.IIi'trlll'l'lllIIe.'
male is running 18 per cent through the stomach wall. .
ahead of last year. Through In an SIILITARD/ C.\SE nil'nfS-Ruling: bv t. S. District Judge Carl .\. Ueinman brought the case of Dr Sam Sheppard I to give a loin to keep| him out
mld.June, 2,218 cases had been people undergo average this year experience, 30,000, to a boil again Attorney F Lee Bailey of Boston. Mass, was the director of the legal fight which brought the ruling! side Soviet Influene C, Car Goes DownSt.
reported compared with 1,871 Scholtens say.. Opposing the release of Dr. Sam was Prosecutor John T. Corrigan of Cleveland Ohio who promised even' legal move The l"H'\"l'I.I1I1 said In1 le
for the same period of 1963. If rabies could be controlledIn he could muster to get him back behind bars I plied 1 think no." Paul l Drain
The increase Is due exclusive. .. '_ ".1n.1.t Castro then sill'. Prim'c'l.iteM, .
animals then It could be' -
S ly to rabies outbreaks In wild. ,eradicated! r e s ear cher I "If I outturn-, to 1.1'| im sell In ST. PALL, Minn: i A ).-
life, according to Dr. Robert :notes, and once eradicated there Home Sickness Dr. this dtifli tilt p'ltloll 11""llllhiIl't wl infant \. nirdsill's car went
t two billion Horn thiMii.Vnioo .
C. Scholtens, head of the cen. 'would be no need to use the down thedrjln
ter's Zoonoses $111 ,|o, 4. live* In .11'" C.III. II happened last Saturday
survelllanceunlt. vaccine In animal bite .
Zoonoses Is a term for diseases group here may be cases.A close to Big Ailment At e i # $ tio.t'.S. .'"lIdll.ltl ">ilt>it... sill ,when his foreign automobile
he and) \ .isio I.i'itio L>.I Ciinlii\ , 'aheushed down a Moim sewer
I purifying the rabies virus for
then Dri/lliin' ,imliKiiiilor I im\\ .
during a hC'Jr.1l1.
I the first time. Once this Is done
Scout JamboreeVALLEY ,
Ii forl'l .III11II1".h'r."' In limM Pitolo.negotlite
I scientists ran explore preciselywhat
with C.,"11'11. IU IU.I'I Inot
Ask Permit For effect the virus has on the FORGE, Pa (AP- ;
; To o say th,' United Mite' ?v.
key genetic structures of living Anybody who brings 52,000 Boy einnient WIt in on the ,iloal :
cells, he says, Scouts In JIfen'
together
one place i
North Amoedo siid 1 (in Ids itc'iiic'iit
Dredging The number of rabies cases In worries about their health. ( ) tint A
"Ccstr'saniniosira t.II"I'I1the
,domesticated animals each year And leaders of the sixth National . wK United. k'N'ISv. ..,.. A e'IsN
Side Of Marco !:has steadily dropped over the Jamboree at historic Val. and hla tint the neci Stite's>tljlloii Win,'Ith.'I'I"C'no I fi. il
last decade from 8,000 to about ley Forge took every precau. Into |{ Silver i
iet>('tt>il 11I1I1Il"t1l.11..1\" ihod .1 i King!
Marco Island Development I(SOOt During the same period, Lion They even Imported a 200. in a lincering death,"
Corp. the MackleBrothers-affll. I rabies In wild animals has been bed army hospital completewith hours (Nn.t "SAFE
j Prlo said they imitli'nklme
were MODERN FAST
I Increasing from 700 to nearly 3,. 22 from the J /
doctors and 22
fated firm that owns nearly all of nurses. .
Castro In.) d I >i I UM hll"l.i l FISHING CRUISER
Marco Island has applied to the I'000 cases a year. Since 1960, So far this temporary city of The c low Communism.A -

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wild animals have had the 30,000 tent reports its biggest ;v1 Lw final attemi, to k"I'I'| ('.'"11'' }( MI 1-111 or Ml J-IA40:
for I greater number of cases, the ailment Is emotional ''home $10,000 I
a permit to do extensive j later out of the Communist imp m C.ipt Cull I Lamb
'health service reports. sickness." The Is
dredging and filling on the north prescription a -
side of the Island The traditional animal hosts telephone call home. And y
The area to be dredged' out :'for rabies are dogs, foxes and they're going out at the rate of vorcee
is an Irregularly-shaped area skunks In recent years, howev.er 11,000 daily while In (
along the meandering north shore I! CDC has added raccoons and There have been many cases A ;
of Marco Island, from Just east bats to the list. of sunburn, sore throats, tootn panted
of the village of Marco 4Va miles U it could be definitely estab. aches, poison ivy and heat ex. from f f\ 1i. ,
east to the mouth of John Stevens lashed that some animal the haustlon. Gashes and slashes, that city t 9't
Creek, The area would be dredge opossum, for example-carried too, some that required stitchesbut lease b, ttt
ed to a depth of IS! feet below the disease and spread It with. not broken bones. had been \ < : :
mean low water out Itself becoming diseased, Also a little minor trouble years ff J
scientists then would have a vi.from beetles of his
The material dredged' up wouldbe Amerlcan.style. i'-
deposited on MIDC.owned submerged tal clue toward understanding During the night the Insects has eta Xax U Special
land and on upland pro. rabies. crawl into the ears of boys who the crIme.A. f ? n f
perty just kouth of the dredged The Identification of a host:forgot to stuff them with cotton. I"', ,
areas and shoreward cf adequate would go a long way toward ex.> The Jamboree opened with t pulled
dikes to prevent spillage back plaining the perslstlve nature of!giant pageant Friday night, featuring motel, o $10.00 & $12.50
into Big Marco pass area. 'ihe rabies, Scholtens says. a cast of 6,000 backed up that they 'Y S CBI
fill area Includes most of the by a 1,600-voIce scout chorus as ",,

land northeast of crossroads. and a 150-plece band. Once ',:\ ,;/. f-::# '
Plans of the work proposed to Hits Gas Pump, A crowd of 75,000 packed the 40, and w Complete with hair cut, shampoo & let : '

be done by MIDC are availableat mammoth open-air arena to wit. were (NEA Telephoto) j For Appointment Call t
the office of the Corps of En Charged As DWI ness "Profiles In Heritage" er, where
gineers' district engineer In which traced the growth of tures. SAM'S FIANCEE-Predicting a quick private wedding. ,
Jacksonville and area engineer Harold Lewis Hoover, 1124 America and told why the na. The by a church wedding was Mrs. Ariane Tebben- ;
Ridge Road was charged with tion's and Mrs. the German divorcee who has been waiting for '
at Clewlston Anyone wishing to greatness Is a legacy that
submit a ,written. P/West Jia>ed driving a motor vehicle while on the'.Jropolltion lust( the pro.posed"W41h"wodl intoxicated' following' a* accidentv generations through Scouting til the In this photo she 'la':wearing a bracelet inscribed t
(! : 'unfavnfably j Q 2s55. _0 cloclu y..ter1atmorning. ,. ,,- dosed e'j and 'Sim. '; r; i -;

interfere with public navigation The -
should address such to According to police reports, five g Call Ml 2-6672 The Naples
protest chapelin Shopping PlatacfasPii
university
Largest
Hoover parked his car at the Im.
the district engineer, Box 4970, perlal gas station at 26th Avenue, U.S. Court ed harms States the United States is that .. J'sJfZ? 9. ,A .lisf S ,
Jacksonville 1 before 24.
August
North, and the Tarn la ml Trail native Judge Bogue of Princeton University
'and got a soft drink. As he Mrs. .
drove out of the parking place Interested
he hit s ru pump. Damage to Hears Civil and In iAn
the pump was estimated at $1,800 Named
that she
MPLES'CEIITRE and to his car at $200. Innocent. ALL THE TRAPPINGS

Investigation for the Naples The
Police Department was made by Rights PleasATLANTA a US.
Officer Gary Young held romm.rce.'I.By Exchange

Ga. (AP) A didn't get Assortment Of Furnished Places Around The Town Thai Are Being

three.judge federal court takes vlcted of OHIO Judge Lin. Offered For Sale By AD MILLER ASSOCIATES, Who Have All Manner Of
up again Monday a charge that In Bogue, 820 15th Av. NE,
Period Of St. Augustine an Atlanta restaurant owner has Petersburg. Fla.". has been Real Estate Values On Their Summertime Littings.

JULY 2t Act overruled Exchange Clubs in the Flor. EXCEPTIONm riEXMM.; K UNMII:I) UK:Ml>l Nv1: I.: less than lu Mix-kit

SUN-MON.TUES At the same time the court milled District 3 of The National from the brach on Third .\tvnui. :-l"ulh. Ihirv are thrcr Inrinmm and I.f' lilt

Negroes Arm ponders a motel owner's request did not Club.lt was announced baths. living room with a dclivhtful staid) burning fireplarr, dininu room ilcrlrirkitrhrn

Lewis that the government be ; Jefferson D. Dickey, national Florida rum and commodious .t"rall" i-pnrc tiff the rariiort 10.00(1, andowner
Jerry from the file a of the service
prohibited enforcing organl.
will else rent from now lu Dcnmhir at 81 IIO per month <>r during winter
act to prison. The Exchange Clubs of
tna Balin
For Defense union at $. 01) month
I The court heard charges and Manatee and South Mana. per
I. counter-charges In the cases County, Largo and Lake.
IMSIU FIRMMIFI 111111.n: an mimclittlt maintained M on FirM
THE PATSYColor ST. AUGUSTINE, FU. (AP- Friday In the first legal tests of Miss will be among the 11 l clubs '
Integration leaders pleaded for the act. district. Avenue. North II rontainn two htdnxifni, two halht. a rrnn furl shir. KparniUHiing\

no violence after armed Ne. In one case, brought by three Plans IS Governor Rogue, a I room dining room porch ilcrtrirallv Hiuippici kitchen mid a two far carport Entire:
grows, angered by attacks on Negroes and joined In by the president of the Exchange tiling area j IM centrally sir ronditinntd. and hidrimmt hate ..I,' lri.. stair hC'lIft'rM.1....
four Negro youths sought help government against the Atlantarestaurant State of St Petersburgwill main. .in the prtmlnpN IK a one bedroom efficiency guest hi>u"r. 852jta.:! :
WED.THUR.FRIOlivia In hunting down Ku Klux Klans. owner Lester Mad. ( ) contact between the Exchange
de Haviland men.The dox, attorneys presented 19 wit. Florida In his area and the Nation. .\ JF.\\ EI. OF .\VI'AUTMrNT: i i.. this one. in th. kens. kai on (rstlon Road.
threat of Negro retalU. nesses In an attempt to prove tol headquarters here The furnishings are dec-orator items rostmir. ppriiximalilt SID000. and many of
Jeff Corey tlon came as two Justice De. that Maddox Is guilt)' of viol at. (' will make peilodic visits to them esn'I he duplicated (ontainmic two htrlroom* and two baths the apartment

I" partment attorneys were ques. Ing the act clubs, informing them of In desirably located on the Meond floor. south.IrmLoff. <.r.. a rxauliful ties i of the !
tlonlng civil rights groups about In the other case the court Between procedures and policies .
,
LADY IN A CAGE will Cult; through lowitirmilk) Park. II i I. rcntrallv hens and mr romlilionxl Ftrrptfor
segregation l'I'.trth'es hero. took under advisement the request Schnarr } report on the clubs'
SATURDAY of an Atlanta motel own. earlier and programs a Mm.llli..t of p'r'llnal l item'. ocrvlhinu IH inrludid in the riali-lie purrha price,
For the first time In 9l. Au.
gustlne's two months of racial. er, Moreton Rolleston, that an Florida the educational pro.
P PAUL NEWMAN conflict, half a dozen Negroes Injunction be Issued prohibiting Pageant: and It'rvlceproJI''tsJlIde FOR THE BEST BUYS SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES
openly| displayed weapons, and the government from enforcing : will assist area Exchange
i begged for others to Join them. the new law. On her in performing are Book FINELY HltNMIHI: MOlor: .\M: frtST; : MOt VK: just s block from Ihernich
iOO"u The judges to the \ !! Deeds Awards to per.
J JJiAIL iromlsed a ruling
on .1r..1. l Mrttt, :outh. In Ihe main huu-e are a "PtrillU"! lining room with
Their anger! was touched off soon on Rol'eston' request for Safetj. contributing. to the welfare
by the po.mliiule disappearance| : an Injunction barring enforce rant community); Freedom fireplace. dining ram t.o large biclriHims l"o till baths with built.in vanities" ,
1, of one of the four youths who ment of the law. gifts ((28 I.S. historical excellent kitchen facilities, screened porch and tan mr carport The guest houseon

were attacked at a white restau. The government las also fileda series) to schcxls and this attractive property in full furnished and rquipptHMX .
the !
, THEATRE rint. tountersult against Rolleston buildings, :XatloicalCrime-;
\ The missing Negro 11.\'t'u.' asking the court to prohibit his the.\ '.\:-; Week observed each 'It \MI 0\r.: M.\l!.rIK' :: OF >'.\l.\HIK[ l: IM at ('auambas. the

old Shad [).IWlln,,, flagged! downa motel from refusing to serve \ & )", community service high piclurc-cim part of Marni: NUnd On il viands twn h .c highway' patrol car alter hid. Negroes pie.The winking with youth, imhi.dvmir s number of special atlraclion t'IIr example. the lining ram diningarea

SUN.MON log In a swamp for an hour tie Rolleston, who Is also an at. Congress sponsoiing new Exchange rod blonds room sre rvprr pane-lied, there i is s den that ran be s third bedroom
said Klansmen chased him tornev, pleaded the case for his power to sn derlrlr kilrhtn and the large chins are all cedar lined. The house besir

across a field In a duck and Heart of Atlanta Motel alone hefaced law not the 3-lth i Cluls1111 anniversary be of ser not. conditioned throughout. and healed hv gas panel ray units. In view' of the
tried to run hint down a bitten of lawyers from
f.t' 01UD state next March r as the lar. elaborate. plans for Marrn'o vclopme-nt, this property should appreciate in value.
0JlfA -sis 01 the truly American service or. itfisiiflO./ with purchaser l<> arrange his own financing
BRIDE If the .' the 1100 clubs active
stitutional in the Inlted States :and MKMollMt: \r\KTMrNT: MHt KrNT: in handy. central location at Second
PLUS IICOHD flATUIl Congieis Rico. It is estimated the .\ enuv. :outh and girth' Direct. The east half e.f a well built, sell kept duplex

Ida Lupino The Agency With Personal Service over:a private| \ rl\ give a million dollars" and it offer two bedrooms sac, baths, s large lining room end dining area and electric
11the million volunteer hours kitchen Itener.e cvclisir conditioning and healing are among the desirsble features.
Robert Ryan welfare ottl1.tr communl.

I. I ers agents and. each vear.

BEWARE MY LOVELY A for pretwtini you, your series
family horn and business that a Ad441Jdate4
FRISAT7fACFSifOR.lAO .(lint every Insurable threeS food bus I Socialists

of lose through a planned pea lAP>-.\t.r J2da. s of
of
protection
gram guaranteed .
negotiations, Premier
!.. of
by comp.n unquestioned
ftiuneUI ..treDstJIi Tuttle Moro announced vesttrdai i e4e44x
sue in tamed agreement on a &
Imy landau Sarkani UM'color labiiiet '
fait \\iu Keep the
Intel'state in the government 305 5th Ave. South-MIdway 2-2124

PLUS IICOND puruti -

Arthur Franz -i------i Kill WF. "!'''. .... .

Marsha Hunt : \: I Jf..Jj..1"t.1; Service "NAPLES SELLS ITSELF LET AD

BACK FROM SS2 5tb A..... Sewn. INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL BUY
rb_ 2-S141 MILLER HELP YOU WISELY"

THE DEAD 4 N._, ,1eri4t I Ph MI 2.3696 1175 Pine St Naples, Fla.



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'The Shame Of Our


j f 5" Roadside Zoos' JULYFOOD

SPEtTACLAR

By MICHAEL FROME


(Reprinted by permission of Woman' Day Magazine

a Fawcett publication.)

Normally when a man meetsa
bear head on they both turn

and run for cover, each In cheer

fright of the other But one day pet at friendly SUNSHINE SUPREX !
last summer we came f c.-to. your
face with
shaggy, scrawny large
black bear and did not run. We
were so close that we felt his clopicsA

: heavy breathing against our
w cheeks and, for a split second
Service of the
HumaneSociety
the reflection
saw of our own
faces in Ms deep brown, plain. of Naples O
tlve eyes.
0
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Frankly, we were not being
the zoos.In
great city Rapid City
brave. To the contrary, we>> were
South Dakota, the Rotary Club
ashamed, of ourselves and of the
and Park Department maintain
Ott congregation of humans crowded
Story Book Island complete with
around and finding amusement in
nursery rhyme characters deer,,
the predicament of this unfortun.
ducks, chickens, geese, kittens
ate beast. He was cagedln a pltl.
and pigs In Wheaton, Maryland,
fully small unclean A
cage.
... Old MacDonald's Farm, part
J scrawled sign affixed to the bars
of a new 500 acre community
read, "Bear Likes Pop" and
,
park, has all these farm ani
HE WANTS OUT- follow who arrived, little children waited In line to
Just
.r I male, plus a children's train anda
see him their bottles of
I this black J Jaguar it ready t. lovo hit now homo In the soft drink.grasp fishing lake, and attracted 200.

Philadelphia Zoo. ThtnowcomtroHglnillyeamefromBr.nlJft 000 visitors per month In its very
If have traveled much
you very ,
first year. In the Southwest are .
or even occasionally, over the
two of the finest wildlife parks
vacation routes of this country,
In the world Ghost Ranch Mu.
then know that the clrcuni.
you
Corner'Haunted seum near Ablqnlu New Mexl. /'
,
e podro stances In which we found this I
< co, and the Arlzona-Sonora Des.
bear are by no means Isolated.
.
ert Museum at Tucson .
Animals of virtually var.
every One exhibit Interprets the de M
lety from the proud peacock to ;
sert underground through a tun. I
the hawk have been
Glen'Like highflying ,
nel, In which visitors view prairie .
sentenced to wretched Imprison.
dogs burrowing about, bats a
ment In hundreds and hundredsof
precious ore goldenrod gleams and rattlesnake dens. Instead of
side shows along the highway.We .
From the bank's brown mould; signs saying, "Do Not Feed the I
plead In their behalf, for
Along this Animals", there Is one gently
pathway walked a god whose these defenseless creatures who
Feet were shod with gold cannot advocate their own case. suggesting, "Do Not Feed Your
Fingers to the Animals, Their
We plead for their release. We "
Diet Is
Carefully Supervised.
The sumacs by the brookslde show a plead for the end to the practice What a contrast between these

Splash of vivid! red; of displaying them as enticing' places and the foul roadside trap
.
Adown the valley fled a hart whose curiosities before filling stations where we saw the poor bear in
souvenir stands and mo
Death-wound suffering! The difference From
freely bled '
tels. We plead for the end to so
called roadside coos, which Like tall cathedral candles stand tract families with young child. 'c'atlon! of living forms that are "

The stately mullein stalks.At ren and yet almost always pro. 'part of the American heritage

night a dryad comes and dreams ride the poorest possible under \and treasure, from the other with IVORY SOAP
of a sense or disgrace or at best of
standing the wonders of wild.
Beside these haunted walks. life. evil delight. On moral grounds, !

These tawdry exhibitions take we do not allow bull fighting in
Kathryn S Post ; many, many forms. Snakes under this country. Yet bulls live and \ 4 PERS. 264

glass on the counter of a front. die far more gloriously In other BARS 1 1 1
countries than the bedraggled,
;. ler western saloon, without a
f } woe. begotten caged animals
single opening for air. Enclosures
where visitors are welcome along the American roadside.
'To See My Only Son'Long to feed cigarettes to deer, Isn't it time to protect the lesser
who In time actually grow addle creatures, to accord them the
ted to nicotine. A pair of fleet sort of humane treatment that re
he slaved
from year to year fleets national and
antelope, who normally can run a maturity our.
And paid for things he bought; at speeds up to 80 miles per own seU-respect? HAMBURGER
Strong he and had fear
was no hour, cribbed and confined In a
Of those with whom he fought space so small they hardly have -

With words as sharp as flint; room to stretch their legs. e

His aim In life was wealth in gold 6 From Naples ((10
With which to run a umI nt" NOT EASILY CAUGHT PATTIES

That made him gray and old Bears are perhaps found more Patties
Before his time was up; widely In roadside cages than any CAP To Attend )
other animal. How and where they
.. .
The many things he built and sold
ire obtained has become a mat. I.
: For cash he used to sip and sup \4 .ter of Interest to us, consider. Summer Camp

Turned' out to be unwise; tog that a mature bear Is not<

His table for drink to "live it up" easily captured alive. However, A taste of life as an airmanor Ib.pkg..

Caused his abrupt demise. Investigation reveals the answer officer In the United States 2 894

r When silence sadness had begun Is sometimes very simple a Air Force will be the experienceof .
These words for him were sung: hunter takes to the woods,shootsa six members of the Naples

"Oh Lord, before your Throne I come mother bear and easily takes Squadron, Civil Air Fatroljor
Its cub. And how two weeks this summer.
To see my only son". are they keptIn
captivity? By the testimonyof The six from Naples who will

By. Adolph Kopen the North CaroUna Wildlife be attending are Joe Pruneau

Commission "deplorable, un. Elizabeth Lee, Robert Dyches,
sanitary and Inhumane condl Jay Spencer, Mickey Hearth, and
tlons. :Nancy Fisher. 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50

Americans love animals. More The first group of more than ftodtom. this couw tar II IXTNA STAMPS, Nodoom this' coupon tar M I>XT> *A STAMPS, SWIFT'SPREM
now than ever, we venture whenso 200 cadets and 20seniors arrivedat ..
.
In addition It (hot* rtiulorly .'n. what you buy ,In tddltlon lo these roiulrly' torn**., when you buy
; TyndallSundaYforalwoweek.
CHECK ind DOUBLE CHECK many youngsters are city.
bred and scarcely know one barn 'stay. Similar CAP groups will WHITFIELD CUCUMBER CHIPS-1S oi.-79c REYNOLDS ALUMINUM FOIL69cLimit
DUNBARSJUST OFFICE yard fowl from another and grow 'attend for the next four succes

:ti'" SUPPLIES up without tramping through 'slve two) week periods 'til.late Limit I oor l.mlly Offtr I ,., family Off., !
woodlands In August Colonel S. Hillock du. ti'lrtt
company with the July II. IN4 oxilrtt. July' tt, IM4
Ti Eveollont tlock of RECEIVED used office fUI nllu,., birds, badgers, muskrat and Pont, Florida Wing Commander, 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 50 EXTRA
equipment, and machine/-at tromondouo woodchuck their parents knew I predicted close tol,250members STAMPS 50
uvlnftHISINKSS The craving of a whole new gen will attend the five encampments.
: MACHINES SA ES. KEPAIK* ---- -- "QUICK
eratlon to perceive the meaning During the two weeks the CAP
AMI RENTALS: FREE PROMPT of wildlife in the national spec. 'cadets will follow closely the pro. 25 EXTRA
STAMPS
25 tI/
OF.J.JVF.RMER'ICE trum doubtless accounts for the I I gram of the regular USAF. Re. 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50 MEAL"

7HS Sih Avr. 101ft. Ml 2-201 extensive patronage of the assort. J vellle will be at 5 a.m. followedby
ed roadside mow But there are 1 physical education and break. ".....'" Mill' coup*" tee II EXTRA STAMPS, ".4..", this couMn for M XTA STAMPS

other and better to learn. feat Inspection of bunks and In oddHloit lo Ihooo. .,
ways rquisrfy.rnd whet you buy In oddltlon to IIn.. rogulorly. ..'n..., who you buy
Why visit any highway coo when barracks comes next before take
there are zoological parks dls I'Ing nstructlon In some phase of KRAFT'S ITALIAN DRESSING-8 oi.-39t KRAFT'S MAYONNAISE-Ot.-49c *

Unction In cities all across the 1 USAF programming such as go. 39
country, Including an Increasing fog t on the rifle range, learningthe Limit I oor fomlly Olio Limit I Mr family one

I, A CORDIAL INVITATION TO number with areas specially de. mission of the Air Defense ...,.,.* July It 1H4 o..*Jro. s July It, IH4
slgnated for children? For exam. c;Command aircraft and engine

Drive to Friendly Bonita Springsand pie, themarvelouaSanDlegoZoo, "n maintenance flight-line supply 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50 CAN
In Balboa Park,In 1957' opened Its chaplaincy: operations of the con.trol ..
VISIT THE FAMOUS . Children's Zoo where everything tower, or take part in ath. --- -- --

Is built to the scale of a 4 year *' ..
old child. An education program After lunch comes drill and
designated to acquaint children practice, visits to other military \ STOKELY'S 46-OZ. CANSPING
I installations, class worklnspec O
with animal behavior Is con '
ducted In a special children's Ions, review rockets, missilesand e 1 O
threater. It also features con. armament or possibly flight
tact areas, open-moated enclo. in' a USAF plane. f
sure. for apes monkeys and oth. After supper the cadets are 1 t : .
;:Rz er mammals a seal pool with free to visit the various build

; porttoles for under water view. I logs' on the base and get to know hV
ing a barnyard walking through the airmen and swap yarns. Callto
bird cages, a tropical aquarium ',' quarters is sounded at 9:43 3-894
The very great thrill for young. and lights are out at 10.
r sters Is to touch( what they see: A final review, parade and gra.
llamas, alpacas, goats, deer and dusting! class dance wiU be held
farm animals. each second Saturday Cadets
HAVE A LUSCIOUS SNDAY The New York Zoological Gar. and seniors will be flown horn

den, otherwise known as the and another group flown to Tyn.
DINNER AN EPICUREAN Bronx Zoo has a similar area, lUll for the next two weeks earn DELMONICO ELBOWMACARONI
where children are actually per.second Sunday. Cadets and sen lb. l 194
DELIGHT IN THE VILLA mltted to ride on animals, In* 'Ion' must attend an encampment I box

eluding a camel. In San Fran. to.' qualify in one of man) phases
BONITA ROOM
. Cisco's Flelshacker Zoo, child. lot(. the highest honor bestowed

ren cn ride a scenic elephant b> the Civil Air Patrol, the Cer. )

train, feed peanuts to monkeys, t tiflcate of Proficiency NEW CROP
marsnmallows to bears in the The Naples Composite Squadron .

$175 spacious bear grottoes and 11s. had 12 encampment gra.luale. .
ten to "talking" story book in 1963.: For Information I2bS.29C'
explain how animals live In their about the summer activities of
native h.,: !Itat.'I+,* local sq..adron all Captain '
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SUNDAY JULY 19 1964 .
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I I Further Delay Will Not Help (. Jf1 "Young'X' woman murdered

while 38 people look on
and do "
Admittedly, the County Commissionas needed along the lonely 100 mile plus .. S "Woman nothing.assaulted in RI

about all It can comfortably say grace stretch of the Tamiami Trail connectingDade I apartment building: creams

lover at this time, what with the annual and Collier Counties? Anyone who i.f' rESfIu heard but unreported."
I Boy drowns in swimming
budget being In process of preparation, has traveled that lonely stretch at night, pool: bystanders see

:Arrangements for early construction of or even In daytime for that matter, wall but no one tries to sa\e."

Alligator Alley" being pressed, and sev- knows the comfort that would be derived Those are headlines thatshock
fIu our supposedly sophisticated
feral other matters of Importance demanding from the knowledge that a State Trooper nation. reminding us

attention. is patrolling those desolate miles of asphalt that our age 01 ::11.tiE II con-

However, It Is to be hoped that the and would be available if an emergency iya li I rout* sjme difficult moralproble.ii the
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hood Commissioners will not let any of developed. At present this is not r'.- u'iKU1 caricatures of ihe deepor -

)here matters cause them to overlook the the case. problem. lh.j reminders of transcended: ; It Is Just transferred .

Desirability of pressing for early action Rep. Lorenzo Walker worked diligently ,'l:. .. $, tho: 111prdll'ca.plIWII denies: community a st'li'tlal Into I kind. of Inrffrrtlr -

Jan the Welcome Station and Florida High- In two sessions of the legislature to Jf :\tIf .\ woman phoned the other chatter.
: The linohed human being
(way Patrol Station projects, both of which get approval of the Highway Patrol Sta # ,: clay' \\ondeimg the has been able to see himself

[hould be under construction in the not tion. Construction of the station will be 1'tJ., t- .' foi problem cement iMit agencies that demand lav-en- in relation to Ills neighbor.If .

[too distant future if they are to be ready financed by the Highway Patrol. The I! 'V4r that a caller identify himself. he knows the meaning of
love he will help for the
yfor service at the start of the upcoming county Is asked only to provide the site. 4) :" : \ She had reported a suspicious sheer response to another's
Incident.as asked to
(winter season. And It Is Important that The Collier Corp. has agreed to lease the -{ and address andI giename as need. If he doesn't know' that

[they be ready. corner at a very nominal cost. The only ,,.... ;A reluctant to do so. Her own love knows, he that will no help one because Is safe he

i Both stations are to be located at barrier to an early start on the station predicament illustrated the when his neighbor Is not safe.
difficulty It is this unwillingness
![the corner of U.S. 41 and State Road 29, now seems to be the need for fill to bring to stand up and be We are horrified at our own

(which may be more familiar to many the land up to grade and the signing of : atek S r counted which plagues the sehes. dismayed when we
hesitant. It is this desire for realize that persons In our
Readers as the corner of the Tamlaml the lease agreement.It polite American
anonymity unless we can be own society
(Trail and the Everglades-Immokalee road is to be hoped that these things sure and certain that it's going can see the horror of such

It Is reasonable to expect that the will be accomplished without further to be the safe and secure incidents and do nothing.
rc + What would of us have
(Welcome Station will result In Increased delay. Time Is of the essence. ; ', R/-a t t thing forthright to do action.which We prevents fear done And what any do we do

[traffic through the Western Gateway to As for the Welcome Station, Rep. . -- ". invohement. when we turn deaf ears to

(Everglades National Park. If attendance Walker secured legislative approval for .:lA6'rtd. ': The moral Issue Is as old as problems of racial intuleronce"
yaw.o What do we do whenwe
Cain and Abel and ancientas
(increases appreciably, perhaps Sen. Spes- its construction to be financed from sec Jesus' recounting as of the tolerate social situationsin

Jsard Holland will have less difficulty ondary road funds. There Is some doubtas :; .. . : busy persons who passed bya any of our cities which lead

; requests an appropriation for to who will pay for staffing and maintenance .io.. 'ihe. ,editor. \ m ev wounded Jew and left him up to such degradation
completion ,. by the side of the road. What do we do when we hideIn
{ of the park entrance at Ever- of the installation but this is insulating
a R\. &- ::.;;'.'*' There is a difference between our own households
(glades City. Sen. Holland has several minor matter and should not be cause ';Yf-: moral Involvement and ourselves from the

((times placed these funds in appropriation for Interminably delaying construction of .. mere busy bodlnel. The busybody '.. hurts of others
WINS Is the person who Interferes The judgment of the New
bills, only to see them removed be- the station. Editor, Collier County CITATION News retreats from Berlin to Laos.No without wisdom Interferes Testament is sharp and unmistakable

for the bills are approved. If attendance There Is not the slightest doubt that In behalf of the American:Le., longer shall we revere pool par. without understanding : "Whoever says

figures could be provided to prove the both the Welcome Station and Highway (Ion Auxiliary I would like to ties, 90 mile an hour beer cups, becoming merely a petty gos that he loves God and" hates
thank the News and its the Irish Mafia or press-release sip. Ills selfishness Is notCASTEL his neighbor, is a liar
wonder. .. _
popularity and need for completion of Patrol Station are needed and will benefit ful staff for the fine coverage Images of our leaden.

the Western Gateway, it certainly would the entire county. That's why It seems given our activities during; the We rank and file supporters In

give the Senator some assistance In getting reasonable to expect the County Commission past year. Our special thanks to the Republican party are proud people party candidate for president,
Tom Hayer and Sara England who today to have gotten back our calls the Republican nomination
the appropriation through.As to Interrupt Its many Important tasks always were willing to take pie. feeling of patriotism, the glow the of Sen. Barry Goldwater for

for the Highway Patrol Station long enough to arrange for early con tunes or news Items. that comes from saluting our In president and the party's plat
Our unit keeps a book flag. We can again publicly state B form "a prescription for World
can there be doubt that it is sorely struction of the two Installations. press
any of all news and pictures per. the love of our country,our party t 1 n ws War m."
taming to the Auxiliary. We and our Cod. It has been difficult Thomas, 79, made the re.
entered the book In a contest to stand by and watch liberals The dragon conceived in GONDOLFO, Italy marks to newsmen as tie

1 BARBSBY with 18 other Florida cities eroding the very foundation of fables dusfire.breal high, (AP-Pope Paul VI Is at his marched Wednesday with pick. .
I The Best of Boyle Because of your coverage our principle upon which our great nation bat 1liy win lng. summer residence near Rome, eta protesting a iimltl-latei mi.
IIAL COCHRAN unit won a special citation for and party was built. lizard or snake, with a but he also took along "moun.tains" clear fleet. The demonstration
I BY HAL % OY "R best unit news. Our sincere Our Is a victory that every De. barbed tail. The belief in of work in preparationfor was at a pier where! a guldod.
An expensive vacation doesa thanks mocrat might envy. That party dragons seems to have arisen the next session of the Ecu- missile destroyer with a inulti.
swell job of knocking aman's has very little hope d restoring without the slightest knowledge !I. menical Council. nation crew is moored.

I I NEW YORK (AP) Paul Newman remarked wallet flat.iyjfV Lurlene Chesser itself. Its lofty promises are on the part of the ancients Hundreds of townspeople NEW YORK (APComposerRichard :
.maR, who.eaa mi-up-to a "An actor feed on the satli > Press Book Chairman not based on family ties, of the gigantic I i andastonishingly greeted his arrival Wednesday Rodgers Is going to
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American
AillJIon dollars In a single 'mot. faction that he'has given people- Tolkt fe, got a $7.50.a.week raise on a creative experience.." went to the .- Individual freedom and be. tinct reptiles 0 fast ages. In said: "I have come to rest physically 2,000 .seat amphitheater in
Broadway the other day.r''It Paul, who is built as trimly asa trouble of planting seeds CLARIFICATION Ilef In'the private en. Greece the word "drakon"was but I have much to do Mount Morris Park, where tic!
brought my take.home college quarterback feels that are the ones most lik'llto Editor, Collier County News: terprlse system. It offers only used originally to describe because of the third council ses.slon. played as a boy.

JAY to 103.50," said Paul, eel. the public unconsciously tends be satisfied with their lot. There has been much commentby the false promise of unproven any large serpent. I have mountains of Rodgers, 02, sold the theater
to think his screen roles reflect 1 and radlo-ty theories, alienation of mankind's papers and books to
bratlng over a can of beer Inkls press concerningthe C I*pM4'* Irlf.nef.eYou're go would be adaptable for the pi esentatlon +
dressing room. his own personality apparent "blood bath" by brotherhood and a hell-bent for through." of any entertainment. '
I He and his wife, Joannewoodward "Many get the Idea I'm hu. the Infighting Republican party. election socialistic trend that to. -: Seats will be removable to per.
are appearing In a morless, just because I play An Ohio couple returned It Is long past due that we clarify lerates and even promotes un. I that it takes only 70ther once. After NEW YORK (AP) Norman mlt dancing.
mited engagement In a new such Intense, hard-driving phys. home from a movie and found11II for the voting public just what godliness, radical tension and excuse. Thomas, six.times.. the Socialist
omedy by James Costlgan, Ical characters But I'm no bar transpired, now we have international cowardice. Its ob i -
!Baby Want Kiss." Rock of Gibraltar selected our candidate.We jectlves are to dominate and
The play was produced by "To me life is full of terror, have just performed on a reduce to a low common deno. Historical
the Actors Studio Theater, and Life Is terrifying to anyone who national scale the very thing we mlnator without room for faith, COLLIER COUNTYBy I
Sewman and Miss Woodward has a conscience. accomplished In Collier County love or honor.
took their roles as a gesture of "But the only way to live is to that li, effectively dlsfran. Had we Republicans not sal. KURT GRIESSHABER . AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA I

loyalty to the Actors Studio and try to overcome your own fears, a prowler taking a shower. Police chised the liberal element of our vaged ourselves time,we might ..
the part it played In furthering by doing what you're afraid of. and he is party and placed control Into the well have contributed balance -
all
came
that now hands of needed to finish off the United
heir careers. Anything frightens you the conservatives We
'We' were fortunate we could ought to challenge you." washed up. have struggled to regain our po. States of America u we have .4 THE NOTORIOUS CAPT. WILLIAM KIDD moved and seduced by the Instigation -

fake six months out of our lives '.. ... . . . sttlon for three decades and near. known it In the past. We hope, of the Devil, did make an
*a do this," said Paul. * wwwwwwwwwwww..wShorl ly succeeded In 1952 with Robert through example, to restore pa.triotlsm i assault in and upon William

i The handsome, curly haired Taft.Now honesty and humanity I Moore upon the high seas witha
ctor, who spent three year that a clear.cut choicecan to government and any private certain wooden bucket, bound
ding Navy torpedo planes as a Takes be made by the American citizen's heart without embar. n with Iron hoops, of the value of
adloman In World War II, voters In November, the Demo. rassment or apology to any elghrpence. the said
giving William -
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corns to have taken the placef Breeding stock, and In later cratlc party has reason to fear Ism. A;
years, 1 Moore one mortal bruise of
Clark Cable as a symbol of seamen, has gone to Japan, Italy, Portu. our dedicated drive to get back Mow of us have been so dedicated which the said
!inascullne virility to millions of gal, Germany, Australia, all the Latin our real America.We and devoted that Barry William Moore
did "
'Qoldwater'a victory seems to be languish and die.
(femInine film goers American countries and many others. are on the threshhold of us.
And Paul has found that the Milwaukee (WIs.) Journal hertng out the era of bicycle'Intimate, personal and family jr 1 p Frank [!owen, as authority on
'rice of being Broadway maTH I chains, switchblades, illegltU-lust for us, by us. We ire elated. pirates, researched the actual
tee idol is that on matinee daysthe mate births International ran. We are grateful to Cod, Cold
The
committee said it visited the restaurant water and the C.O.P.IHarry events and found the whole court
throng of fans waiting at the somscandals from cotton to oil
"incognitlon" trial
on Saturday obviously unfair. Kldd was
Stage entrance keeps him a vlr. Baltimore to soybeans. We are finished with
(Md.) Evening Sun. M. Green found and executed
Pres. guilty
tual prisoner In the theater until corruption from Bobby Bakerto at Wap-
after the evening performance. e BUly Sol gates, through with Goldwater Comm., C.C. ping In May of 1701.
The couple's first two children The truth of the
pe doeint like mob scenes, or were matter was
born
elng pawed. In India while they were living in '.5 i 0 that vvllllam Moore, a gunner

Opening his second c "-n of Arabia.. Jamttown (N. Y.) PoitJournal. QUA T..Pt'A tI was stirring up a mutiny because -

peer, his ration between shows, IIm1Itm I : unREAL ELIDE Kldd refusedtotumpirate

r Best Autobiography A D t1 IRE D. SCOW t 1 / and, Instead, was faithfully following -

r I Benjamin Franklin's autobiography ACROSS 24. Forurd V I E 5 1'1 AT. E R s 0 the Instructions In the

which covers the 1. Cheering 26. Gotham j NO. C. U B t C. L E King's Commission pursue every

THIS CURIOUS WORLD first 50 years of his remark cries State: abbr R E \oJ A R T 0 V . / enemy ship and pirate and
able life Is considered one of 5. Un 27nnoullcc' . eAR. P L V. R A apprehend them.
the best 75 unto went
( written. autobiographies ever 11.1111' 29. Sodium v E nT U RE rOR I \ Moore threatened Kldd with
Old MAL. E TO. e 0 U T I physical harm. Kldd
12. 'mbolDominion grabbedthe
i B 1'rfRF'C.ffSSPlI'IO [ .. .. . . . . 30:s Congo tribe A I. U 1'1. E N L ARC. E 4 ' i first thing at hand, which

TNt COLD 1iC AI H"OW H I COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Stare: abbr. 32. Benedictine R U C' It E (G A 'n 0 E R 1'I ij happened to be the heavy wood-
VARIOUS C3WB8. fUM fO If&OtMYd
WWlfcR At CeJoToT,SUMS .IkA 13. Cllrllm.'ood title LEA R I'I.. M E s a V I ,,1 en bucket, and with his tremendous -
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MICHAEL CHANCE Cd16.Pabllah.rTHOMAS 11. tVearv 31. Midday /s a
CMR1GAUe5GOsga a At LARVA, HAYER. Aaaoalate Editor i5.Cywnaai: 38.Bombvx: SOLUTI&1TOYESTERDAY'SIT |, self-defense low the gun-
t
; ANDS wt IMaRNA11r IH AOUI5ovavt: MARSHALL WYATT, Adv. Manager Prc\'loul 39. Chcrbh PUZZLE i,I ner In This was
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ALBERT OPOLKA. Mech. fupt. night 40. Honey 46. Dan. 3. Se .Klluimraiurc (,apparently the only charge thatKldd's
DAVID HERMANSON. CI... Director
MRS. LOUISE DAUS. Office M.,. 18. rut up U. wn;or 4 1'crcdve :: . commercial enemies
III Rrounie 47 Killed 3. Sanskrit v -- could use against him. It was
Pubn.hd. :r'.c. Afond.yand 2ll: TI; i3Chinese era 48. Negone 100IIJUdICc -.2 :::..- == :: the accepted method used by privateers
anarnoon by
-19. Colored
the ''rJ.nJv.Publithlnf, Co, 22. D""R "u 6. null finish e to eliminate their com-
Inc. 741 ; ., South: Na- goddeat U. Horst OO\\ j U..nec' Fr Those who read this probablywill petition.The .
Blot. 1717.Telephone Flo.., JJ940. Mall .1111,... P. O. 2:1.: So. Aster 45. Fur I. Proporlh 8 U"ulChlcr of \ think the article should dwell land and France In which India blood-curdling stories

i Midway 11107 for all monkey nllmplc 2. Sprightly in.. on the piratical exploits of Capt. was an active ally\ of France about Capt. Kldd are without
dtpartmanu. q .\lIul llllam Kldd. who lived his colorful Kldd and Capt. Avery attemptedto foundation
so we mention these
e
a e eSubaerlotlon
*ti, Mate I l .J 4 '/ f I' / 1 I f I. IU !SHlt.h life late in the 17th Cen- enrich their stockholders by facts for the benefit of those

I" carrier. er malt, payable In'.Clv.nCl. II III I ; I 16 .cm..lt car tury and occasionally sailed alongour capturing the Great Mogul's treasure readers who may be InterestedIn
/ 1//; 18. \\ IIhf South Florida coast ships. After their ,
Ono Veer IIS ale Month 17.M. capture the true background of Capt.
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Three Months 1375. I ,, disapproval. But after researching the the Indian rulers threatened Kldd.
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Member of The Aeeocleted Press 11 Nen horn background of that notorious sea a lawsuit, with the British East On the other
which entitled excluaivaly I* the II- ,-/ .. T Iamb hand we have
u.. for republicatlon of all local' '" %/ H, Negaule firer we find little evidenceto India Company, topresscharjes read of actual accounts recorded -
newt Item. printed In this' paper .. that he actually was a these notorious privateers -
prove against
J well aa all AP news diapatche IT II (/ U 1j Rt\oLt. a In Congressional records of
Entered aa second elate matter ..lIN. '// ka.aC\ pirate I Kldd actually had documents the 1850s of an occasion whenan

r w j under. Pool Act ""CIM trc Neples S: iii'.O'II. ,:/ ;; l':0 Il. lS :: u 28. On the heel Capt. Kldd had a privateer's In his possession which American captain executed
r4aE11EN'M commission under King WilliamIII proved that the Great Mogul was several members of
MAINE The NEWS aeaume no ,roipo. '1 11 za // // J' IJI 7 ,('; ./ 30. Renounce of England. At the time, an active ally of the French. his crew
bialy, for the return of unsolicitedmenuaerip // // // 31. Opportune suspected of "discussing mutiny -
TAr er photographs, T 33, England was constantly at war The cue finally came to trial. ." The
The NEWS ateumae no financial JJ J )1 Jl Join j event took place off
w rAp oi Sltwlk7l '........''blllty for typofrapnicel' ... / turners with France Spain and various Public opinion, naturally was our Florida coast but nevercameto

C4 tore month er but ontleeiont If notified' in of edvertot-auc* error Jf ; I" i 4. 33 trade of other European nations. A pri on .*., side of the privateersbut light In the public press. It
r1iGVtDAQRAO Pot* o.tkluNsd "before the neat I..... ef thepeper certain cereal vatecr was an Independent operator now a startling turn of events was proven behind closed doors

11a ixlltpAgl pert *f will tdvertiaement reprint correctly In which that 4' 41 / 4J is. SLirlecshr ,flytng under aparttcular flag developed In the cue At the that the executed seamen were
.a MWePAPage ce iso five error occurred In the event e ::17'5.1 preying on "enemy" ships il lch < r .-.., insteai of being chargedwith Innocent.
time element would render the 44 //; '....14. Their cruel captain'
s tlr lka M J ; o cltyflfW correction velueiete. The NEWS // 'l antel.Iw12t'I afforded booty to be divided piracy Kidd was astonished very well could have been cast
the ef the advef- '
) its I Peel Re.1TYD Bawl tiMment will reduce III.n pnoo amount equal to 41 /J. 4' ;.14' n, Cushlan among stockholders of the "corporation. to find himself charged with In the role of a most villainous
flgN A1L OtilydioelS. the penenteso of the. tool' space ;' murder-to Mitt pirate. We win discuss this
or wtld
ornMteou* copyrepmeented.
aa tn* P''er Nine 27 min Ar w..w..rwu' During the war between Eng- "that he (Capt. Kldd) being case In a future art1cle.egiar .


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Approval Of
.'* ... Limit On. With $3 or More Order FOLGERS INSTANT

Pay Raises For ;



Armed ServicesWASHINGTON (AP-Prompt 'fo"1 JIV I 10 it

Senate( approval of fatter enve. !I# COFFEE oz.
lopes for nearly two million per.cons 1: ; '! T

tA appeared in the nation's likely armed yesterday.fore ) Jar

a the House, as expected, \ 1 tl Hr'II'II y .1.1l'
agrees to details of the pending t f\ ,f I _
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Senate bill, the pay boosts could tIIIIIV tt' "
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become effective either in August II' ....I

$207.mnHun The or September annual cost would be \ t"I \,I t.,i't f I'! :: waNN.i.e' PCCEN c TOP VALUE

The measure call .
for month.ly .: eg 1"1
Increases ranging from $49.30 Y I r 4
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for top generals and admirals 1 e.'; atK (
down to $3 for privates and ap ,

prentice seamen. c'c'.a -.- STAMPS
These represent an Increase g. '
of 2i/4 per cent in base pay for :.., .:. ---
all commissioned and warrant : ( i IE
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officers all noncommissioned and identical boosts officers for ..j \, : They're Your "Private Nest Egg"Top


and more than enlisted two personnel serviceA with. l : Value is your Stamp Plan. It'. designed la give you more

larger boost years of 8'/i' per cent -t, a iet / gifH fatter, easier, more conveniently year in and year
in base pay would go to com. ? k out. Gel them at KWIK CHEK. It takes fewer boot for valuable .
missioned and warrant officers (:,..., 4 1k ) notionally-known gifts . That's why KWIK CHEK is
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with less than two years servo .. t'':'':' v v Ili giving Top Value Stamp with every purchase at a very
ice. This would amount to $19 4: QA, / special way of saying "Thank You" for shopping with Ml.
more monthly for a second lieu Y
tenant, $22 for a first lieutenant, CELLENC
$28 for a captain and $34 for a *" PHILADELPHIA BRAND
major. The increases were j I
Q OR BORDEN'S
unanimously recommended to Prk EffKtiveJury
the Senate by its Armed Serv. 20th Thru 22rJ ti k
Ices Committee shortly after the CreamCheese
Senate approved a $558 million I/ l

pay Increase for 1.7 million fed. a+ w 1 r
eral clals.civilian employes and offl. ell

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In addition to the Army, >> "
Navy, Air Force and Marine ,
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Corps, the Increases would apply '-1f'. : ,. STORE HOURS \\k

Health to the Service Coast and Guard the, Public Coast ., ,ei _.. i 1..5 \ '- OPEN>> 'TIL 6:30: MON. TO THURS. e

and Geodetic Survey. OPEN 'TIL 900 P.M. FRI.
UNIVERSAL BEAUTIES-New York is I summer festival SAT, 3 C
OPEN 'TIL 7.00 P.M. 01.
at least when it hosts these lovely candidates for the Miss I 0
Seeks Universe title. The girls are, left to right (standing), Miss DAIRY Pkg.
Wirtz New France Edith Noel; Miss Scotland Doreen Swan; Miss Quantity Rlgtiti RtitrvtJ (
England Brenda Blacker Left to right seated( ) are Miss
DEPT :GOOD:; LUCK
Maurine Leckie, ,
Law Raising Wales. Marilyn Samuel; Miss Ireland
and Miss Spain, Maria Jose Ulla They'll tour the United
States before the finals on Aug 1 at Miami Beach, Fla. Morgorine2'.49cIATH'S

Overtime Pay IRESB "PRODUC :

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WASHINGTON of Labor W.(AP Willard) Secretary Wirts New Tax Law On Sale Of Homes

takes new statistics to Congress Blackhawi
COPELAND'S TARNOW'S
next week to back up the ad.. By Seniors Explained By WoodUnder
ministration's request for legislation
to raise overtime pay SMO. BONELESS SKINLESSWieners
rates in an effort to spread out the provisions of the Wood said However, he added,
Jobs. new federal tax law, persons the surviving spouse must be age
Wirtz will cite to members of 65 or older who sell their homes 65 or over for this exclusion to
the House Labor Committee fig. will be allowed a tax-free gain apply. Duintees '
urea showing that the numberof If the adjusted sales price Is The new section applies to dls-
overtime hours worked last $20,000 or less, John R. Wood, pos tit Ions made after Dec 31,
month was at an all-time high president of the the for
Naples on 1963, taxable years ending
"We had :S I million out of work
Gulf Board of Realtors, pointedout after that date, Wood said.
last week and 16 million worked
overtime," Wirtz said in an. yesterday. Cooperative apartments qualify -
nounclng the record factory Adjusted sales price means as principal residences dur- Per 12 01. j
the sales price less the broker's ing the five to eight .
overtime figure of 3.2 hours per year period -J--s DOe 29c
week. commission and repair expenses only the gain on the residential Pound Pkp 1
A Labor Department spokes. Incurred within 90 days precede portion qualifies for the
man estimates 'that if all over. ing sale and paid within 30 days, benefits of,the new section ho WISH LAROt TASTYAvocados
time could, be translated ''Into of sale, Wood said said, .. t
new full-time Jobs, 900,000would "If the sale price is In excess An individual Is considered to
be created. of $20,000 the gain Is be married or single accordingto
The administration bill would
tax-exempt In the ratio that $20, his status on the date of the
boost overtime from time
pay 000, Is to such he sale Wood said.
r ( and one-half to double time in price or exchange
certain Industries to encourage explained. "Thus, If the sales An individual who is separated
the hiring of new workers. price Is $30,000 and the gain under t decree of divorce or separate Limit Two With Other Purchases
The greatest difficulty in ere.atlng Is $12,000 the tax-exempt portion maintenance of the date
new employment through of the gain would be $8, of the sale or exchange is not 29 J"K
discouraging overtime Is that 000 ($20,000/$30,000 or two- considered as married f,he added EACH CORNFlakes
unemployment is concentrated thirds of $12,000.)" .
heavily among unskilled, unedu. Calling attention to new Section
cated workers, while overtime 121 of the
Internal Revenue CRISP WESTERN
work is in skilled trades.
largely RibsPer
Code, President Wood explainedthat Spare
The proposed bill would in. Wilbur C. King
the seller must have owned
crease the "penalty rate" for Celery STALKS 2 39c
overtime only in industries and used the residence five of
where it is determined that the last eight years, and that Killed In Car
there is both considerable over. such exemption Is available only JUICY YELLOWLemons


workers time Jobs available.and who unemployment could handle among the public He once made In service a the taxpayer's explanation on the lifetime.basis as of a Crash DUNNELLON In (APWilbur Storm oz. Poly Bog 29c 49 c 2 :I le9::s.: 25 C I i

information supplied by the National C. King, 73-yearotd public utllItles Pound SAVE
SNARLJOHANNESBURG Association of Real Estate commissioner from Zolfo '
TRAFFIC Boards with which the Naples Springs, was killed and three FROZEN FOODSLIBBrS 175 :
South Africa other people were Injured In a
on the Gulf Board of Real-
(AP) Traffic Inspector J.Q. two.car crash during a blinding :1'
tors Is affiliated.
Betuidenhout heard screams in rainstorm five miles north of
A widow or widower would meet FROZEN I
one of Johannesburg's busy Bearby Inglls on U.S. 19 Friday
streets she rode across an intersection the five to eight year test If The state Highway Patrol said !
on his motorcycle. the deceased spouse,had he lived, King, traveling alone, apparently FRUIT DRINK or ASSORTED FRUIT FIAVORU
lie turned left the wrong way would have met the requirement, lost control of Ms car afterIt PINK REGULARLemonade
into a one-way street and took' slipped off the pavement on or
off after a couple of Africans the right side The car hurtled
who had attacked a cashier Mrs. Bryant SticksTo across the highway Into the on. Rtf ular PadVaf* 7c
Catherine Wait, and stolen a coming lane where It was hit JQlQ Limit Fe.rSAVE
broadside by another car.
binkhag containing 1,680. 44
Betuidenhout tore past motor- Position On The patrol said the Impact .
knocked King Into the rear st'al.
travellmgtowardi him.swung
his way put their curies and RedistrictingTALLAHASSEE killing The him Injured Instantl were taken to a
caught up "ith the two men. He I
tripped UP one, grabbed the other (AP) Gov Gainesville King, twice hospital a widower, was CM Oc5UUC ICLW :
and recovered all the money. Farris Bryant stood by his be. survived by a stepdaughter Umlt For c
Be7uidenhout feeling ratherpleuedwithhimselfheaded llefi that the reapportionmentissue Mrs Jay n. Pool of lolfo With Other Pun..... 5
back should be faced by the Springs; and three sitters Mrs e.
to;"arJ. Traffic Headquarters to next governor and Legislature, Susie Bowman of Stelnlutrhee. SINGLETON FROZEN IRE". .I SAVE I*
tell his story to his senior officers. declining a request by Florida Mrs. Ruby Williams of Lakeland I
He found that one angry mayors for an Immediate sp*. ; and Mrs. O. E. Wiggins Shrimp 39' APPlE KEG APPLE
woman motorist had laid a chargeof clal reapportionment session of Frostproof; and a sifter .
retkle.s and dangerous drl"lnaaaln.1 "But," ht said, "I am not In. law, Mrs Dorothy' King of Zolfn
dined to call one before the Springs MORTON FROZEN BREAD
him. Nov. 3 general election I have 'I.L 44 01. Sla.
not made up my mind about 3 49C Juice limit Three 5C
alter the election, but I think OLIVER'S PHONE Dough -
not. I might Just as well leaveIt SP\RKS. S e,. (.AP Oh,TDondero SAVEl.<
to the 1963: legislature. I feel hi keen dead for n.n BIRDSEYE, FROZEN CHOPPEDBroccoli.
NAPLES the next governor ought to do tao rear,. But there's till J 1 10.L DIXIE DARLING CRACKED WHEAT ,
It." number titled fur him in ih<'
The conference represented Reno.Spaik arra telephumJire ".. 23' ]i
BUSINESS by mayors Robert King High of .">ri.Seteral.
Miami and Herman Goldner of )earl back D.n Dondero 16 OL leaves '
St. Petersburg urged the gov. a tiMimrrcial phefeifrapher Breud 2 SAVE 9c 33c
SERVICEPAYROLLS ernor to call a session Immed had trouble frltm' to the. .>rfannU YOU CAN BRIGHTEN i I
lately to reapportion the Legls.latur telephone for bu inr"- .
In accord with the U.S. betauM of iti stead> use h, HOME WITH TOP VALUE 1
Supreme Court directive hn two voung daughter. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CREMI
Last month, the court Ht decided to put in another STAMPS. iWfw M "t* *# #
knocked down Florida's January telephone line fur Ihr girls tunf .
RECORDS 1903 apportionment on groundsIt But there A.<.Vt 'nout>
TAXIS was Dot based on population room allowed, in il ph re book ROM 0 THIN 12 Pal Pkf.
The court ordered the three to list both the iirlV. name ''I'L Cookies SAVE 10See < 39c :
judge federal court, which had for their Sumner S (K" iminfmis
2 39c
AND ,
approved the a p p o r tlonment put in the nil'"le ( OlnrrDondero Spaghetti Pk e
plan, to take action In rtappor.tlonlng a loved r err 'r of thr,
BOOKKEEPINGSYSTEMS the Legislature If the fI""I,. This \la. Don ..ioiJl
state did not. he knotty queali In response to the mayor'srequest would have the pt" I" -Si.

Phone the attorney, the governor general to directed study having After her Oliver name died In ate Ihr ph h,.. .t 1'te'lmtlll i/iee Ta fg iop fi d.d 1'Izin $1b1tA I

Ml 2.5143 the question of removing from cipher decided the e-.",",' M, '
the Nov. 3 ballot the amend. needed two telephone. H.
,
US FIfth Atef.se, hail l1\en& giving constitutional an. ided u keep the second rt ".
thorlty to the 1963 apportion In the name of Oliver Data: fi I'I: 'N'u

>asle. Florida. l1\ent plan which was made tf.f ir memory of the family's late pe
ttv. b. law. wa'u' tpanicl ''il
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Pin .['III\' ., I'" .t *" '" .." Designers Doff
Rolling Brick .. '. ti-,"'!'.' ; '""' '. : '''
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Tossing Time Here : .. .>>,I''' '.:y;. -... ,. !: i iwta ;\: Hats For Italy's

STROUD, Okla. (U>)-It was I j' .. " I"' ': "'.': ;{" "' ,!\\of". Fall Showings
i .. "
: tck and
rolling pin totting
:
'fy. r
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1. .. FLORENCE Italy AP-
>tuna again resierda.r. and I 'i1 j. (
'' ," 'Ir designers doffed their
III 'j. Italian
towns named Stroud in ; '
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Eng' ::1! .. "
land; Canada and Australia.Men r \ .J .; hats yesterday as fashion show
. + for fall and winter switched
throw the bricks and ( ; Ings
u r.. from Rome lo Florence
men the rolling pint Tom ..'J'. .
O'\1.11 oi England Is the defend << A millinery showing on the
ii II. uric k heaver nth a throw Plttl Palace runway presentedby
1)1 126 leer Mrs Berl Abbott La Familiar, Florence felt
Australia is queen rolling pin manufacturers, featured five of
t''s'er wit! 119 feel 6 inch toss Italy's most creative hat designers .
The teams in ttch town tx. .
clunje telegrams to dtttrmlne
tie inners 1 The contttt began Huge "Raphael" berets am
in 1900 then Stroud, Okla.:, tiny pillboxes are the outstand.
'1 learned Stroud, England Usmanutertured Ing shapes for fall, according to
"" q- La Familiar. Furry beaver
"' .H
bricks
.1 Later the
rn 4 n1i.
other Strouds Joined and last '''-;;;' felts prevail.
noon PRIZE wixvr.n Itt tin N'ipit('- H< >'.gnat ,\u\iii.n\' luncheon nnd .
ear the tolling pin'ent was Warm golden shades.....beiges
,
aid p.iit\ hell) \\.IIIsda\ .it t t61't Tiliti.n. f.\ ( ("utgt'se Inn is added 1 : browns, and apricot hues-are
I shuun Inn" with hci iHid-pl-( 'mu r/IMMHHIS. From lift. Mil, Ado- .(.. : ; : ', '". ,f. ,. the millinery fashion colon for

laid( P.ilni'i. Mi- I'I'' ,'t('i'*. AIS! |n s. \'man. th. j p'i7.r winner Couple Has "k. .j.1.. ; __ .. .f, f,' ; .: fall here. Black and white com.

iiitd lira i Edith: Aim-tionjf! NKUS: photo) ..........: .', blnatlons and turquoise also are
Weird Time On ..,.. Important.The .

jjlrlo: 'II' thursday evening Jul) REACH CLt'B'ISITOR from Switzerland H-jear-old him Perry most Imaginative from Canessa mlllln.
ery designs came
G : Kih.Ear Barge At Sea ((1'), gets some pointers on scuba dicing fiom instructor Hick Sanches of Rome. Outstanding were
Evans
dragline operator
I MARCQ discovered) cooks' caps and trlcornes( (den.
for Construction SEW YORK AP-\
E.I. i m
working (
tlfled In the classic folk dramas
( travels three
,
EWS :: Company of Mackle Developmentwas and his site spent 2'' hours on years
"fell in love with it" and returns vacation fashions will be
I N YDIANEr< ERS, found dead Monday morningb a the Atlantic ago frequently for more Boutique the
another workman who came Ocean Friday aand the Coast fun Perry is employed by the Eaton Manufacturing Co., of Cleveland fare tonight and Sunday.Flor.
) Guard called their Ohio. ence couture begins Monday.
experience (McGrath photo)
home from the night shift after
The t Island Is very quiet! at t t. 'Marco, and they plan to return "one of the weirdest mishaps In
working on the pumping dredgefor 1 long time" _ . . .
this time and then arc not" as lor another visit In the near - - - - - - - -
1 Fuser Company. The two Mr. and Mrs A. T. Steward Skippy Ballard Is In Tampaon
otCOVlntr
Smith -
I IliailY people hire f 1M fuhlng, future. Mr. and Mr.Johnson
men have been renting the Veal Conn. week vacation.
EvergladesNews
nook fishing ha lowed down, are cousins. ), were chugging a two
apartment along aboard their cabin cruiserin Mary Jolly of Palatka, Ala.,
and! >o have the (Lla rnien. There Mr. ,I'aul and son Jlnuii\ of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cameron dense fog 10 miles off the and Mrs. Elizabeth Reid of Pal-
ire >n ok still hmg: caught, hut wlnt Garden, spent Friday afternoon have moved to Goodland. ThCameron's e eastern tip of Long Island when metto are spending about two
you have to, work" hMd"J l i for and they found themselves between WLW1I
,, Saturdayfishtngwtth friends certainlyinUs I weeks with Helen Atkins.
than blow fLhl'n"1I r ( 'n* Captain Uouer r Johnson, and tooka them, but hope that they a tug and Its barge By Juanlta Weldon
on weekend. nice catch of snook home with will be happy In their new home The towing cable caught the
OFF FOR "DELLY"Virginia
Uith\ shoot only five weeks bow of their Moot cruiser and Paul Lees, a local realtor,
We expect MIL lamer pan then(. Dr and Mis. Simons and sons lifted It from the water As the W0tL0LBy Is one of 15 Florida men setae Ann Rlndy( left last

away of August I ID he busy> with pre- Ito ger Johnson and djughterDomic have returned to Chicago Mrs. boat slid back toward the barge I ted by the agriculture commissioner Sunday and went to Miami where

sch''n' | v.icailoneri enjoying our ( left 'Monday, July 13, Simons said that she hated to 1 the stern started shipping wa Doyle Conner, to tour she caught a jet for Delaware.
for their former home In I lowell, leave and that she would like to Russia and four other European She will be visiting her uncle
hcicli ter.The
and J flshiiij/ ; J.\SE MARTIN
Mr. ,ml I Mr.' rover jiiiltnuf Mich. be able to stay another month couple clambered along | countries this summer. Departing and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. CJI.
and The Simons have spent threeweeks the tow rope to the barge, D from New York via jet on i Collier, Jr While there, she
)c'K.I., I le., .p the Islander they sat until the
at Motel, fog
attended the Fort July 21, the will spend 21 plans to attend the New YorkWorld's
family group
nil wlrli ili J.JlIII.1I( Margaret
Iluger; cleared and they could There Is trickle of
and have had good luck fishing signal a returning vacationers to balance
Fair and home
'hi' wi. itnlr llr,i trip Myers assembly of Rainbow for the tug Their cruiser had dls. days abroad touching points In return
while here. those who are just leaving. And almost all agree they're i Belgium Czechoslovakia Italy around August 1st.
appeared. Only some mattress
6 'OI.l.lIm <'oi'\n' M.WS: Sand).. July' 19. mi! Mr and Mrs. Fredrickson and I, ts and other cabin equipment really enjoying at least a part of the summer In Naples. and Spain In addition to Russia Chief Hells,U.S.Navy recruit-
children from Miami returned to were found. This is a goodwill mission under ing officer of Fort Myers, was
When and
Mr. Mrs. W C Kite landed In New York
their home to prepare for the A Coast Guard cutter rescued the auspices of the People-To- In town Friday giving tests to
:;: : departure of their nineyearold the couple from Europe they visited Mrs. Kite's sister, Miss Agnes People Program Inaugurated by Jack Davis and Peter Weeks.

: fly or ovcji son who will fly to France, Bandel, and then brought her to Naples with them. She ex-President Eisenhower The s: Chief Hells reported that both

8' css where he will spend three weeks PROBLEM OF IMMERSION returned this week to her home In Westbury, L. I. mission members wl1llnspectagricultural young men qualified on those

Jit., rz u.+*! 2:), c/M", with his grandfather. The weeksat Fred- IWONSON. Ha. AP) Some The Kites sailed from Port Everglades to Genoa, Italy, and dairy operationsand tests and that Jack Davis will
., ., rlcksons have spent two time* there isn't enough water in are dedicated to the Improvement be taking his pre-Inducdon physical
D,eha B affc Club Beauty Sato MI t-TI&t the Islander. Ashcll Creek lo baptize a church in May and were accopanied by Dr. and Mrs. William of communications and next week. Peter Weeks

IIIa1| ;; I "Jut.1 T.lkbolll \rr IONorr) malinut Mr and Mrs. John Burns from convertthe Army engineers were C. Kite Jr. They toured Italy together and then the relations between citizens of all will be taking his physical in the

II' I llu II'! .\ Falling! Hair Hialeah spent the weekend at Motel told ul a flood control hearing junior Kites returned to their home in Albany N. Y. countries. Receptions are plan next month or so.
Marco, where Johncaughthis Stale Sen. Eater Usher said the ned In several cities for AmenEmbassyandt Ballard Is due in this

Mary
If you are hating Iniulili Thin in due 'In rh.nllt' Ashell had Mr. and Mrs. Kite visited several other countries
limit of fish off the Motel pier historically been can EuropeanCommon weekend from Lake Worth. She
with Jour skin rums rixhl lhal rome with adxanringrr \\hlle In Marco' they were the used by congregations in the and when they reached London had a few days with
Market authorities. Lees plans to stay a week or two
In and .hlll hut if the hair Ion'soear's'Wlllrnly
al's Me raft ) urea for baptismal
guests of Mr. I Robert Bowers| purpoHea. But, the James Kites of Oklahoma City. They and their three will return to the states In timeto with her cousin Judy Ballard.
do shunt il| fur )oii! Even you xhould he acid, a drought occurred: In
and family. The Burns and Bow children were just beginning their European tour. attend a family reunion at The
the Vrmriran, Mtdirnl. .tae hue a Ihoroujjh checkup| 1955 and "amce that time tho
Hiirinliim Committee On h>' )our ph)"irian t lo see ers have been friends for many r creek cannot be depended on for Others who have just come home include Mr. and Homestead Hot Springs, Va.,
John Is expected to be There's honoring Mrs. Lee's mother
('Nnll'li'1I naH referring whither none Internal years. baptizing either too Mrs. A. H. Schneider, Seventh Avenue, North. Aftera on Sewing Group
this weekend
back on the pier much water' or too little" her 80th birthday anniversary.
In our hiniur' ( ilium ritnditiiin I I.* raumng lhi'. The month In California much of the time with
after those snook. Aabell sometimes they spent Belle House underwent major
"I lu> use of il,>annlnit Rut unK nr old regular Items
) feeds the Making
Waccaaasaa
River Mrs Schneider's mother, Mrs. Lulu Foster, In Escondido, surgery on her back this past
'r"IIIII'II hii'll) contain ,'nl. Hciintifir treatment uf which: "MU In north Florida'a
,ollirnl l In help l| mifli lilt") )mir hint. and grain should Shark Danger Oilchrlnt: County and meanders near San Diego. The Schneiders drove up the coast afar s Tuesday and she is reportedly(

Inc ..l.inII ill Il'mll..rltlly| hi nn lni|>nrtant part ufmr Fatalities from sharks are, through Levy County to WaccaaaNna as San Francisco, and also spent a few days In Last getting expected.along as well as can be For BazaarMiss

malt find "urf.reT lmIIKH '" >') Uruul)' rriiKram. If greatest in the late afternoon.in Day on the Gulf. nnlirralilc, and Hill I hill U one of )our priih- warm water between 2 and Mexico.I hostess to 14 members of the
children have returned home
Irmporaril'supply, nil and Urn rnmt' in III our i>al..nwhirr 3 feet deep between latitudes; The hearing was called to ex OFF FOR CAMP ladles sewing group of the Naples
i Hinine urea problem created by after a week's vacation in the
nwlNllln'II hnh lie skin iriinrf anti 40 degrees north and 40 Woman's Club on Friday
I r\|> pro- to the penchant of the Waccaaasia Mr. and Mrs. George Reardon and their five boys Ocala National Forest. She reports
according
t"'llIin'lI to kuii' It imfl ffUHional (raining protectou the degrees Encyclopaedia south Britannic. and its tributaries for alternate have returned after 10 days In Franklin and Jonas Ridge, having a wonderful time afternoon. There was fun with
Christmas and fancy
-
,
ornaments
nnnilh and pli'; ml .
> flood und drought mages.Thli N. C. The two oldest boys are off again for two weeks. with lots of swimming In fresh, aprons, fireplace tapers and
.. clear
cold and
They leave today for the Youth Conservation Camp I in springs hiking. stationery kits, clothes hangersand
Hk SpeelsUPermanent They camped at Alexander and

$2500 WaveR Ocala.Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Rascoe are due back any day. Juniper warns any Springs future campers and Vonclle who next being November rust-free readied :for pin Bazaar the cushionsa"big Day day"

., $12.50This They have been vacationing in Nashville, Tenn. plan to pitch a tent near springs The members were Informed

Mrs. Iva Marsh, who has been away for two months, to carry sweaters and plenty of that Candler Brooks Is recov
permanent Includes Body blankets for late and
evenings
Hair Cut, Conditioner, Shampoo is et her home on 21 st Avenue, South. She visited friends early mornings. ering from a heart ailment In

1 and Hair Styling and relatives in Marion, Ind. Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Thompson Miami and sent a "community"note

Try )Ir. VAilN' New ll.Hy Man, Cut! Makes your act Mr. and Mrs. George Cowden and their son Robert have their granddaughterSandra Brooks.to last week's hostess,Mrs

stay better and keep the fuss out of your permanent will be back tomorrow from Grand Bahama Island. They spending the summer with Mrs. Robert Voe will

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS were at West End for several days of fishing. them.Lisa, spent Sandra's several younger days,but sister returned -, greet me sewing Group next

Mr and Mrs John Vaughn will also return tomorrow home with her mother, Friday, at 1 p.m. Any memberof
1A Fifth. A..i. to Ph.nf Ml I I 7411 the Woman's Club will be
from Nassau. The end of the week they leave again goingto Lovlda, when she visited Independence -
welcomed by Mrs. (Catherine
Lakeland to pick up their daughter Melody, and then I Day weekend. Berger, halrman, All meetings

at66t continue on to spend several weeks in their former homeof BAPTIST PICNIC are in the air-conditioned annex

South Bend, Ind. The Junior Class of the Ever- of the Club.

Mr. and Mrs Hunter Henry, formerly of North Augusta glades Baptist Chapel enjoyedan
Nofe
S. C, have moved into their home on Hurricane Har afternoon Lowdermllk of swimming Park and I a food mean.to new to cooks coat: I it to with"dredge"such

bour Lane and will be here permanently All of August on plcnlclng Naples Beach at this past Tues .a dry ingredient ae nnuror augar.

they will entertain their children and grandchildren who day. Sandwlchesdrlnksandcup-

will be seeing Naples for the first time. cakes were eaten just before

LMG Inventory First to arrive will be the Henrys' daughter, Mrs returning home. Attending were EXCLUSIVE AT RAR
W Christine. Sara and
Larry McCrary, Mr. McCrary, Bobby, and Fielding Then Wendy
I Patton, Kip lies, Ricky Weeks, Our
later in the month Mr. and Mrs Henry Jr with Hunter III I Jeff and Debra Weldon, Phyllis SpecialIndividuality

CONTINUES and Deborah will be here. French, Cindy and Nancy Morris,

Mr. Henry retired in June from the Buckeye Cellulose Wanda Scaggs, Debbie Egostenand in. .

Monday Tuesday and Corporation a subsidiary of Proctor and Gamble. Carol Sue Rlndy.
Mrs J.B. Farmer and daugh
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Copley left Monday for New ten Peggy and Susan Nell of + GIFTS

Wednesday Morning York where they have taken an apartment for eight weeks Dallas, Tex., are visiting with INTERIORSComing

On the way up they will go to Indianapolis to see theirthreeyearold Mrs. Farmer's parents, Mr. and I i

: grandson, Douglas, and his parents, the Bill Mrs. F.D. lies on Stoner Ave '

Swimsuits \ Copleys, While in New York they will see their other nue.Agnes and Louise Blllie of Soon

1 sons, Charles of Redding, Conn. and Jack, who lives i in West Hollywood are visiting their FURNISHEDMODEL

t tv. Wilton, Conn, grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth

Shorts t Wednesday Mrs William Eddy Jr. and Susan left Buster and Aunt Rosa Billie in in
Ochopee this month. GULF
(Continued on page 7) Mrs. Maxine Wylie and child- TOWERS

Blouses ren Margo and Mike of Tampaand APARTMENTS

; MLss Virginia Vvllllams of

Beach Coats tt Houston, Tex., spent last week-

t Lilly PulitzerOf end filers with in Ochopee.Mr. and Mrs.While Walter there, R t t u hSOIJl1e.

I Robes 1 \ they drove to Miami to do a little .
e sightseeing.

Naples, Inc. Junior Ballard left this past .JJJ rt': : :rt1Ii"I!
Coordinates t Wednesday for San Antonio.Tex.,

where he will receive his eight- 1290 Third St. So.
week basic training In the Air
Member
Dresses Force. He'll have an addressIn
I k kM kr Good Selection about a week for his many American Institute
J
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NUT Ti INILTTIUF : Jr iTL b ef ferer t) tr gr'VkgWa. where she will spend several I ::...'ul ., ,Jot 19. 1 6I COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7
weeks in Urbana, Richmond, and Williamsburg ---'- --

i THE NAPLES Mrs. Everhard is particularly looking forward to five a Mrs. Mossier SERVED ,ITS PURPOSE
BARTOW Fla. (AP) Ont orhiecory'
I days at an old Inn in Abingdon, Va and attending the hortfr-lived road

Notebook Barter Theatre This theatre was founded by Robert Por ya' Shows Up At WM built v* demolished More
dark after serving' the ole purpose -
terfield during the depression on the theory that drama
of permitting :} million
(COIIUlaMi frora page I) and food could be bartered. His theory was correct and Mayo Clinic pound of mining equipment to
Barter Theatre the oldest and cross a highway without damaging
is largest legitimate year HOlblUN! TX, (AP)-Mr*. il.

round theatre south of the Maton-Dtxon line Money has ...rIi t.udjcp Mossier, who vanished !Six bulldoser pushed 15,000

for New York. They will spend the next) several weeks now replaced food for admission. from, toda.s a Houston! hospital a week theM cubic yard of dirt onto State
ago a patient of
visiting in New York State and Maitachutetts Late in July Mrs. Everhard will meet Mn J,. H ] 1u Clllllc in Rochester, lien., cushion Road 60,lit south four of lanes Bar tow igamat, to

Summerlin They will drive to the! West Coast end sail j Maya spukesman continued die weight of IWO hug phos
GODDARDS LONDON-BOUND ...."". I 11 hla ', Her
I there
) "presence wwr
from San Francisco September '13th for a tour of the phite-mining excavator The
Thursday, Mr and Mrs William Goddard left Miami ''i "rted bthe Houston Post machines one yveighing" 2 mil
I vpttlg-att' have been, look.
by plane for London OrientMr lion pounds und the other I mil
England, stopping en route brieflyin tt
1 i for the 4b.ear.0ld
woman
and Mrs F. L. Ankenbrandt\ spent a week at their lion crawled majealically over
Nassau and Bermuda. to i talk with her further about
They plan to be for about
away home on Kingstown Drive. They left Saturday for a business ; Hi. sUung Juno 30 of hut the improvised s0'root.wdcceuseway
'two month and are looking forward to introducing ,themselves her in 45 and 30 minutesteapectively
trip to Panama after which they will return to Phila. hued 1 JucquM Mossier, 69. .
1
to cousins In and Scotland. enhe 'Joiers
some England The multi millionaire was
, delphia, The Ankenbrandts plan to go to Europe In the shored the dUI oil the highwayto
j The Goddardi' 1 1'111,1 iu>>'tied uvi stabbed to death
return will be by boat and .
,
trip they
enable ill reopening to traffic
fall, so won't be back in Naples until after the holidays in! lui K\ Blscauie
KEEPS HER HAND: IN-Thil expect to be loaded down with goodies for their Gour ui Munii apartment whit.h had been temporarily de-

is beauty penonifU-d This is met Shop in Crayton Cove. Mae) spokesmen declined to touted
a Texas society matron Thisis Hedrick IngramMiss .i ") t tn ,lul< 1111" Mrs. Mosslei's condition .
i doer of charitable deeds Virginia Simmons, owner of "Virginia At The Cove"next Tliealto\ would mil act' HARRY W. CLOUSER
and a dabbler in politics ( to Goddards') is also and combining business ,
away ulii-ii slip mitred I the clinic or
vl.\\enueTampa. Mr.Ingrain representing ,IkeMetropolitan
This is Gene Tlerne\, back Phjllls Porter Hedrick
with She and !her \1 ht ii site \leave.
pleasure husband, Martin J. Simmons, mifht ;
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs' lafayette ". I
in her old Hollywood stamping became the bride of Lafayette
grounds to make her one left Friday for Atlanta, Ga, where they will attend the gift Newton Ingram DI at 10 a.m. :\eMon Ingram Ji. of IU\TIMUl: IliolViUli- "We. 1 that have the on press tier refUtrationraid Is nut to" !lie !! I I Life urryvbsir i

a-year film. This time" its show at the Merchandise Mart Business attended to, yesterday In the Culbreath Chapel 286 ipriiigline Drive, :Naples. button that I Km \1"1/1I11l'. i, gown am mioi'matloii about ,"u, x t.
The Pleasure Seeker they will visit on St. Simon's Island and in Brunswick, Ga. of the First Baptist Churchof The bride was given in marriage of lliistol (""mi hold spent( her1 a spokesman the Post Kill gladly' recommend a
Mrs. Simmons mother Tampa. PrestonB.Sellers by> her brother Travis some linn in Ins Mom.uh Mrs. M o 11 I ? i disappeared program: to III )our per-
Mrs. Grace Nuss will leave
officiated at the quiet double- lied rick, of Providence, R.I. lie had p I a I r .1 l it in HID 111'0111 I si. Lulu's 'ii?'s|>ital III tonal Lift inturjnvcnctdi
-- the first of August, to make her annual trip to see her ring ceremony in the presenceof MU Claudia Mathers was mouth when. .ill of i .1 uddn,, Houston lad S.itiiij.n nifiitSl Call or venue:
children and grandchildren in Georgia, Tenn, and Texas close relatives maid of honor Carl Kuttler of a friend )oiled.l HI\()'" and ..> ton a""note, cat Ins she had
: to ret u\\4\ "''' Iht' ".aI'III\1" Midway 3-3098
went l 11I
St. was best man. the iwllon TIk'pm
Petersburg
ED I TOR'S lti"l'L-.Vivaarl' Today, Mrs. E. P. Everhard 'leaves on the first part gulp .
Vance, the Ethel MI I ..I I "I The bride is the daughter of The couple will reside at 420 Was R'IIIUU'"l b\' lurlt..r.- .lndlrruI" which had strong! P. O. Box 995
Love Lucy" aj, virus, Hagle) of a three-month vacation. She will visit in Gastonia, N.C., Mrs. Ruth lied rick of 4111 South- East Park Avt., TalUhuMc. up. around MonMt'i's'her and murder her children.uter Naples, Fla. '

of "The Luc) Sh" \ Ille, for w /
vacationing C}IItJUi Lowry,
about the alrtraveler
ab
By VIVIAN VANCE
Written for Associated Press '\
HOLLYWOOD (AP-Wh t
:
"The Lucy Show" started In the
summer of 19C2 I started com '
between home in >. I 1 : ," ,""
muting my
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I\WI
Connecticut and Hollywood. I d'r \.. I .. ,
:. ... .,, '" ,. '''.i
had been married short ,
just a :
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time and felt that with Jet travel ;, .;,\i'j';> .
I could span those 3,000 mile I " l 't'I
l. ; ; )
easily.
:\ ' \..s',
.I'
I would start leading a double .
life. I'd be Mrs. John Dodds, r
Connecticut housewife, on week.
ends and Vivian Vance, actress,
In Hollywood during the week
It has worked out Just great.

My The husband schedule drives goes me like to this.Now the behind the miracleuses

York's Kennedy Airport Sunday man
night or Monday morning, de.
pending on the time I am due on
the set at Desllu Studios. It
takes about an hour from my
farmhouse in Stamford to the
airport. In :3 hours and 40 min.
utes, allowing for the time dif.
ference, I am at International

my Airport"Girl In Friday Los Angeles," Renita, where Reach the most modern and advanced electronic equipAt Cape Coral, lYt road miles Southwest of Fort Myers,


am!,at meets the Beverly me and Hills in no Hotel.time I ment of the space age, side-by-side with the simple tools they have created a modern thriving.: community from

On Thursday nights, after
"The Lucy Show" has been of the past, to provide for the needs of the future. He and what was once a wilderness At Golden Gate Estates, 13
filmed before an audience, Ren

its drives me out to the airport, other "Men Behind the Miracle" Gulf American road miles from have turned .
where I board the 11 p.m. jet 3,500 Naples, they raw, virgin acreage
and I 1'11' New York.' '
soon apt! ,,
John, who Is a literary agettt/' ,' '1.1 ) iI"btt'Iatlid' Corporation, work in the principal cities of the into Valuable, Usable' land uitable for subdividing-; ''''' a' '." I 4
mepts and I
me, start a wonder

ful shopping weekend In the of village keeping, cooking house, United States, in several foreign countries, at Gulf Wherever they may bo..whatever tools they

special dishes and entertaining
'roar friends American's eleven-story office building in Miami and at command..these men personify Gulf
In the two years, I've pickedup

my*seat few partner plane peeves.was a man Recently who Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates. Their combined efforts American's corporate goal..building.:

smoked cigars incessantly during
the five.hour flight to New have accomplished modern-day miracles in Florida. new worlds for a better tomorrow !

York. There seems to be a ten.
dency in air travel to let passengers
smoke whenever, wherever
and as long as they wish. I'm
going to write to the presidentof
the airlines suggesting that a
note be included In their regular
pamphlet pointing out this dls.
courtesy.
Most Jet travelers are con sid. .
orate, however. Most passen. fl-
gers recognize me, but they seldom .
speak to me. Sometimes
before landing, I am asked fpl i
an autograph with the explai a. I
tlon that the seeker did not 1I..t i,. FIweM.
to bother me because I \'.at
resting. ,' .
I have learned to (ravel U, IH
and to wear comfortable
clothes. When I started, I wa:
lugging travel bags, carr>ln:' -i
coat and even had our poodle in
.
a crate. Now I literally travel in
.
.
a paper bag, and wear loose 1 Ir
garments, I keep two war
drobes, one at home and one In
Hollywood.
I have learned to relax As
soon as I board I settle In m)
seat, close my eyes and before I
know it, I'm dozing off to sleep '
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Suit To Force


Woman Operation To Filed Have 1.ticIT: f


MIAMI (AP)-Circuit Court
Judge Hal P. Double scheduled .
hearing In Jackson Memorial
Hospital today on a cult to for I
surgery on a woman who refuSe fl'c
*s to give her consent.
The suit, filed by count) offl.
dais Friday, says Mrs. Re 'I"l 1 :
Sovner, 78, was admitted to tu
county.owned hospital Jul) I'
with a gangrenous condition u c
the right leg and amputatlor. .' w Y
necessary to save her life
It says Mrs Sovner wants ti'
be hospitalized to prolong i,er
life but from a fear of surger
refuses to consent to the opera
tion.
Her daughter, Mrs. Harold
Kandlner of Philadelphia, want
the operation but object to n +..e
being performed against he'
mother' consent, the suit adds.A .
nephew Rabbi Richard Levl. 6
ton, also asks a consent before
surgery I l.i performed.
The suit asks that the count
be allowed, through Its creditedand
licensed physicians, to per. AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION
form the amputation or othoi
surgery that in their opinion ,:

' necessary. to save the patient'slife. I, AND OOLDCNQAlt CSTATCS


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Pitchers"Toss s s
Naples Legion ryr
L4w; Net In Gals' '

,a. s., ..i$ a ap'v. wrN i M ccb Club Event 0 t

No-Hitter AgainstWauchula 0* TAMadsy, July 14, a low -1
? net event *,. held at the Beach
Club for th* Women's Golf As.

And Lose 5-0 I SoclaUon.Mn. ';itaMKi Johnson won the

first prize With a net 34 for the
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WAUCHULA--Held hitless by Wauchula stepped up Into l fifth eY; l nine wards hole won*. second Mn, Virginia with Ed.38. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
two Naples pitchers Wauchula's place with a'J record. a
There \vw a ffve-way tie tor
American Legion baseball team Naples Infielders committed the ..r third place, with a net of 39, COLLU (01 N I n 'I 10-i in l ,, .lull 19. 1964.Y
took eight errors during 8
advantage of loose Naples game. Involving Mrs. Thomas ----
Abbott
a
fielding and handed Naples a 6* Two of them came In Wauchu- i.5, Mrs S.W. Mecune, Mrs A.IHIC.kett ---- -

0 defeat at Farr Field Friday la's two-run second Inning and f ,. Mrs. J.W, Power and Mr*.
night. five more misplays allowed the ee" Fred HineClaim ,. .
It was a disappointing end to home team to score three more

.', the 1964 season for the Naples runs In the fourth, all withoutthe r
boys, who won three games and aid of a single base hit. OperationOn '
,
lost nine and finished sixth In Meanwhile Wauchula pitcher II t u r

the seven-team Legion district. John Beattie allowed only three Jack SanfordIs

,> hits In pitching the shutout. Naples SuccessfulSAN iI i

beat Beattle 3-2, at Naples I
FRANCISCO (APn
earlier In the season.
( restore full blood 1
Bizzarro Wins operation c
Combining for the no-hitter
circulation to San Francisco
Friday night were Naples right pitcher Jack! Sanford' throvvlns
Decision Over handers Tom Hamilton and Mike : arm was termed successful Fri.
Ef4 r
Weeks. Wauchula hit only four l day with hope he'll be back III

Frank NarvaezNEW balls to the outfield and all of action this campaign.
them were caught. But when the k The surttr Friday corrected

YORK (AP>-The up. home club hit grounders at Naples .. a five-Inch Plood vessel block.ar' .
JOIii;:;;,;; ;;;;;..:;;. .... 7 'r' =. .... ,
rarely used In SanfOrd's right arm
percut, a punch fielders things started happen -
these days, apparently has Ing. SURFS HIM: RIGHT-Balance and form like this won the voilds first official mil board Team phificl&n Dr. E. C.
earned clever Johnny Blttarro championship for Bernard (Midget) Farrelly of Australia The 19\'ear.old athlete trout Sailer said an examination In
of Erie, Pa., a shot at the light SOMETHING "SNAPS" Down Under barely beat out California champion Mick Doyle and Makaha international three or four daps will probably
weight title Hamilton pitched the first Inn- champion Joey Cabell at Manley Beach near Sulnev determin* hen Sanford can re.
The 25.year.old, Itallan.born turn t .n
Pennsylvanian shook FrankleNarvaez Ing and pan of the second beforehe The circulator Impairment e 1
e
with a right uppercut told manager' Rollie Wee that blamed on an Injury during

In the third round and floored "something snapped" during one Yaz Sanford'! ifilllUry service In 1 -is
him in the ninth with another of his deliveries and his arm Younger Says College 195, becatti acute on June 2": ,
In gaining a unanimous decisionIn turned sore. There were two The 1982 World Series hero had
10 rounds over the 12.5 runners on base (both cn walks) blanked Los Angeles for five In. M.- -
favored lightweight contender and one out when Weeks went to nlng when his right hand be.
from New York Friday night. Comes Before came cold and numb.
the mound. One run came In Big LeaguesBy
This reversed a split decision on a passed ball and another Sanford, who posted a 24.7
loss to Names In the same record In 1062, was 5.7 tor this
Madison Square Garden tint .111! scored on a grounder throughthe ,.. campaign with a 3.30 earned
.
weeks ago and ended the squat third baseman.In RALPH BERNSTEIN .. !-! : .., t'.1t run-averag. w
.r'trt.., l ..'
Dew Yorker's 24 year unbeaten the fourth, three runners Aiiftciottd Pr., Spor Writer t! ", e ..... lb.r" 4
streak at 1$. reached base all on Naples ere M. .. ; ".. l. .!:' lI/fI
Erie Don Elbaum rors. One of them was a three- PHILADELPHIA (AP) "HeyVae '. Supervisor Of
promoter !; r.:* ; TVkINC: n.HaIT-TIIl' easy ui.iulul turn) us limit in ikesNanc
said he had offered a $40,000 base overthrow on a bunt. Two why don't you go get your r.t : f'" !:" t I Racing ResignsMIAMI \' Kulu'\ bei'in as though iluis takmu( Iliglil sax helped I
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guarantee to lightweight champion other misplays allowed all three big brother to help )'ou7" )./""; '" -"'.. ., ... \nitric.i ImoM 1 hnnnplaers !
Carlos Ortls for a title defense ",., ... -. -.... -, ,. .. .'.,, the Dallas. IiS"' btiomo ono III : ;"
runners to score. A typtral taunt from an opposIng t OPV-W.) Knox Eld. .
against BUcarro and that Naples had six men on base duW leveled at Dick : redge, supervisor of racing for
Bill Daly, Ortlt adviser, had during the game and five of them the Florida. State Racing Com.'
Ortu said the price Yastrzemskl, one of those kids t"M"-- '
accepted. mission for the past four years,
as far as second. Nick Pedro .
and opponent was okay with got who has to through life living =-; .. .d,, : ''L '
go ;'"; has resigned effective Aug. 13.
"
led off the second win a double I&,. .... __ .. ::...... Snafu Naples'Chances
made Fri.day Tangles
shadow of famous
the Announcement was
him.The in a big &: ,
three officials had Bit.carro just out of the reach of the Wau- brother. t'i by Robert M. Morgan,
ahead by these scores: chula right fielder. Hewaspicked chairman of the commission,
referee Johnny LoBianco, 7.3j; off second.Pedro Does It bother him? would handle Eldredge's: duties
Judge Frank Forbes, 7-2-1 and Sar reached second on a "A lot of people think It should until a new Administration takes Of Entering

Judge Tony Castellano, W-1. pair of misplays In the third but' It doesn't, really," says" the t over after the November elec.
The Associated Press had Bit.carro and Van Weeks got to second In quiet spoken 19-year-old from tion.

in front, 1-4 the fifth Inning on an error and Brldgehampton, N.Y. Eld: redge will" become director

stolen base. Both were left. Young Yaz Is the baby brotherof of racing foe Funks' Greyhound Softball Tournament
Broncos In the sixth, Sar ripped a doubleto Racing Circuit, which operates
Denver Yaztrcemskl Am..rlcanL..ague
Carl track tit Persacola, Fla.;
right-center with nobody out. with ARCADIA--Chance "f f :'Nil| steams I 'I't i : I ,,, I J"I elk, ,ir Venice -
Sign Billy Lott Facing the top of the batting order batting champion r phoenix, Tucson, Amodo andpre.cott beingablerietttcrrhr >ul\ ," j l'l'dlll'i ild. "III Naples'ca '
the Boston Red Sox. Big brotheris Aria
COLLINS Colo. AP>- ,Beattie retired the next three district Softball i,'urna lent tliio .,i', Wt' Ilhll i j l'd i they y veit'n't
FORT (
batters leave Sar stranded an outfielder, while Dick I Is a
Veteran fullback Billy Lott, 28, to an year appear to be illiu. Vlllll): I is Inu MIL .Mil 40
former Mississippi star, signed In the seventh, Pedro walked pltcher-outfielder who will\ ent..rhis to get Mi decree first mil then An apparent breakdown lI1 i Hilts I I" the mew t"'urn,u mi

with the Denver Broncos of the and Van Weeks singled with one junior yearatLaSalleCollege try baseball, Dirk wants! to he communications between the new site at I 1'011111"11"t ." I Ibl t tournament -

American Football League FrU out but Beattle started a double In Philadelphia next September a certified piihllr ronntant. subdistrict officials and various! hive I been In, lrrndta,

day. play to end the season. Dick says he and Carl have tea DIV plan, to work as a clerkIn cities In the suh-dlsnict( has appr'osinote I gcigraphical; c,'n-

r------ talked about this brother comparison the unemployment bureau here caused Naples and JJjr; Myu( >., 01'11' pi 1 ihS 3pr>iwltd-out Mih- l'

problem and he has takenCarl's this, summer, pining; fir among others, to miss an entry> Dbll'kl 1. I aliiicno, I Is .it its

FLY NAPLES advice to "go about your Magnolia, \,\., a local tenmwith" deadline.Emmett Perdue of \rcadn, LM I rcnte' north said aid.Icidue he .will ink, an
own way, play your own game, such former major leaguers! :n!
MIAMI former sub-district chain .in, efh11" to have lit.' Mjli-dUtrlct
try not do' pay any attention to Stan LopaU and Granny Hammer
said Friday night that the the hecklers." of the Philadelphia Phillies and for entering teams was July m\t year, and to More adequate \

New Year Round Daily Schedule Dick, who complied a .-2 Martv Kutvna of the Wishlnpton 7. The Naples Recreation (Department cominuiuc.iti?lib within the' -"
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record as a starter and relieverfor Senators U'll pitch long-time sponsor of S IIh-
Naples To Miami LaSalle this season, led the DICK YASTRZEMSKIBig Young VaIL says hM! best pitch the Naples tournament team in Moping: I to enter lib year's

7,45AM., 11130 AM. 345P'M.: staff In strikeouts with 39. A Ltoaue Scout. Mull Wail Is a fast Ml, hut that he hn a the sub-district playoff was not softball! t tourn iiiieni U the Naples -
he S for 14 a Informed of this deadline by new all-Mai tea,consisting; ol
switch hitter, was "Carl told me," says Dirk curve pnd drop and It learninghow
Miami To Naples900AM coach Gene player He's the fastest man on sub-district chairman Leo M11U players selected f from I three of
.357 average. LaSalle "the biggest mistake he made to Imiitv speeds. Herredlt
: 2115 P.M. the team and a good hitter He of Palmetto. the four local league teams
5:00 P.M. McDonnell says he plans to use was leaving NoIre Dame at the hU development Js a pitcher to,
will be a great college playerbefore This year's sub-district tournament ,\1'>0 seeking a tournament
Connertk and Reservations to any point !la the world Yat as a regular In the outfield he graduates, which makes end of his sophomore year, although the late father Jospj! Peppcwskl, will be held in I'almetto. berth Is league champion Stone

NAPLES AIRLINESNaples next season when the youngsterIsn't him a top major league pros- he has been able to go to of hN! home parish. "He taughtme starting July 27, Perdue said. Builders, which plans to enteras

pitching pert" college In the off season and will how to |pitch," Dl k sat of Ron McCune of the Recreation a ream

Airport Coneotree 1 Miami AirportMI "Dick Is a very hard worker," Yaz' good season helped get his degree soon. He told me the priest whit died about a year Department will attempt to con-

1-J4J4 NE 4-BS11 says McDonnell "He's very LaSalle ((13.6) Into Its first NCAA about the hundreds of guys who vince Mills this weekend that

City Ticket office N- Naples Travel Agtmtj 4 Cootcr. coachable, a highly talented ball post.season baseball tournament.The leave ollvffe for a !base. ago.Asked whether hl" hard tnprn.nounre the July 7 entry deadline should
be waived In
major league scouts havebeen ball career, then don't make therradE' name e\erraune< him anydifficulty Naples' case.
McCune has tried since the
,
around already, Dirk says, and are left high without P* laughed and told latter part of June, to contact

but on the advice brother Carl, anything to fall bark upon. Idon't of the tlnv hH brother father sub-district officials by tele-

who is helping to put him through want that to happen to ,me." and t h r ? t unrip. a I 11 I phone to get some Information

THEi college with some of the bonus Dirk says his father, a Long YIilr"mld: teamed! tn form about the tournament Missing

money Carl got from the Island potato farmer who played a nine with four rel: Civet nnhf names, missing phone numbers, i

Red Sox, he Intends tn finish semi-pro baseball and wntir' | mother1 Fide. named and un-returned calls have frus- '

college first, aged his eons, also wants Mm Skonlr'rem. trated McCune's efforts. He has
even talked to the District 3
UMd. G chairman In Inter Haven and
)- state Softball commissioner
'
:;j
r. : Eddie Moore in Clearwater. Both

-, "4", jME'' told McCune they knew nothing
et about the Sub-District 1 tourna-
\ :,. PJfl ment.

Perdue said Friday he under-
f..s stood that Mills had mailed tour-

r Offers The ) nament Information to Naples
and Fort Myers some time ago.
-- Fort Myers officials told Mr-

BEST FACILITIESFor Executes Cune recently I the> were ju>t
/
Mind Shot
Creates Body
Golf as much In the dark as he was,

having received no information
"Ue didn't hear from :Naples,
(Thin u tie cigAtA in Mr trru if HOVE PRO gaff Inm /.


By PETER MARICH Mrs. Carr Wins
Pro. Woihot County Rn, Calf CewrteUntie s "s sL
for IP .\,." tfralurtiGolf 1t
4 GOLFING- Golfing Honors

l-i a simple r'ire to If.irn (ml m<,st |l.fI".h\ male It 'UNI,'ul "
+. Top honors i In Kednejda\., ,-.:.._-
18 Hole Championship tin filllilf tti she"rh fiiiiiUrrn-ntaN. If \"M art one .hf, ,'nstintl Ir" outing if The Moorings< I'oliler_> .. : ;...".-...,ga

fiddles with" \ your grip, Mjiue and swing nn the tee you hate n"nustrrfd Golf Association were won by '" ,"t "" ,...,..'1

Golf Course in Excellent < the fninlininitjU. Mrs. I'. Carr. Competition, was .I'': _'11
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four nitwtlcs are imihle to for low gr,)iS score on the even- Y M1hk'-N

\\ Condition transfer fundament.l I Into ular to line <"f fltfM fll4.r mtyfjM \' numbered holes on the f fr,'n' nut" SOEREIGNATERS -

|'r\\. at the course. !S( M'rugn. one of two British
grip. stunt* and x. tilt:' |< tutflcurh A spokesman for the asjocla- : candidates to challenge
3. SWI\C-; W\llri1 Inti four.egmehts
of
don welcomed a number, new for the Americas Cup this
SWIMMINGA.A.U. niKlcrxtiHKt In urnr n lud. fir .IH' l'I"tl'l members and Invited them to participate year. heads into Portsmouth
The jrolf hot I Is rented l In the In the two-team competition Harbor Sovereign will meet
... Pu h i luh lak' "lth' mind antI rxctiitH lthe hmluThf > Kurrewa V
scheduled for Wednesday, m the Cup trials
Size Pool 75 Ft. mind
, to JtKinipllsh( |'h\xi|<-..IIII"I the hip Members are advised to make
by 40 Ft by 30 ft.I nnisd, which In turn miiitrt"nit t>. Mart |'h<
>ml jn dire. tad rue king if wrist" t" top (.fhjrk- day's play and to report scoresto Title Companyof

Family Membel'shipsj\vailab1e Practice helps| m'r,llnjtf mind 1\\ lug while nulntjlnlnj: straight team captains who will be

.:/J and mutrlc.ro left arm situ keep| Inf right elbo named. Naples

' \ Mil a "fiiMhmiMtjli., tucked. d.! .... t" right hli. OO 'T ABSTRACTS ESCROWS

I \, HOMESITES I>nn''!>II'r"" Check ti|>iin\nnrM>tf.llimnr force. I..K!" (,h<>t'.r"'rUtr Kiln;, ; .i.j: Guglielmi Quits Pepptrd MI 2.COJt Bldf
Mart il>i"'ni'lnf sweeping -Coaeh
,\ fir Imlhl'liul |"hv"- c. HERSHEY, Pa (AP> ell Fifth Are, SO.
with lift arm making rdiljct Joe Kuharlch of the Philadelphia .
Kal tltffiT<'iu'<>", three I uxlo PETER MARICH
",
: ,'I, For living in truly 1 Country Club fnnIJRll'nlal"1l'ST I I.. leirnnU anti retrying through! the ball. Eagles announced Friday W, J. leak e
,
\ ; force Mm4 ,*,... Muscle that veteran National Football N......
\taln DON'T uncoiling nf
Atmosphere Thr\ jrfj Gug. p
League quarterback Ralph
.. I. CHIP-Marlon Intrrl., king body and unriHklni lIt rlstsit. to, insure kittmiths completion IIf lielml has retired to devote full ;:: { Pi*.

or hll".I>.II1. Folio through alt tb"way.n..rmilkll1r"hnIAI't..UllbaJl ..lnr. time to his insurance business r tr

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:O.tnd.\. July II. 1WI COLLIER; IOUNIY NEWS
Leads r Circuit Frank Kerrigan NamedTo Realty. . ..u.&.) ,KM I II ill u., ,.II."utoffen.
'vt against Its eesregatiaa/et nntmutd( from flag| I 1'' Attack Against \ernment. South AfrUa can lead to an 8a1ewa 01 Nigeria said All ira
dale, parcel In Sec IS, TWp 31, Kern at tu and ether leaders ol explosion and propoMdt unlvorsally was supporting boycotts .
Courtjudge Public Relations Post ap SI, '1.80 Miami kveet. South Africa I .' 34.lutlon Oig.nl/itlon. olII '1 might 'I iw useful for till Organi.'aiiun and sanctions 4gtni,{
meant Co., to Raymond P. Ooe. , ..11 l'nlt. ,OU .llso all, of African Unity to South !Africa "But unless the
Lynn Gerald presiding bel. New Orleans, parcel In Sec CVII+1)) I U"-Pi'UK' hll1l: -tar !led,I lilah'I ml,' i II tln PortU consider, si'ttniR up .1 Imreju to rulers of this unfortunate lands
In Circuit Court Friday heard t, Tp 51 Rg 34, 52,000. Jam k,, ,it "I K,' .i ','I\ "I.1I ,,'- "I"1" I I''-, deal \\ ih .11 ,til I .nut offensive reason, the African people
James Whate enter a plea of By First National BankThe Collier Land and Title Co., a.' '..1 I'I'1 '11 .\1. I .,I IAlTo. "' I I "nn,i. ) Lltil\ \hut .1.I: ilixt, Suit" Mil, i." will be forced to resort to other
guilty on a charge of auto theft to Belt Lutz, Newark, Del., ., '1I11d11It ',', ,. .' r I ,' II I >> ill ,-\111.! 1 ,,,110" I 'Ki'11Jlla.. Pi i in e> means. This would be tragic,"
and ordered a presentence In. parcel In Sec II, Twp 31, Rt .
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estlgatlon. First National Bank of Na. 10, $t,$00| 2fl.32.33 Corp., to
Stephen J. Beyer pleaded guilty pies announces the appointmentof George and Theresa Jessop, . .
to a charge of Issuing a worth. Frank J. Kerrigan to the po, Smtthflald, R.I., parcel In Sec -
lets check and Judge Gerald sit Ion of public relations offl ordered a competency examlna. effertlve August 1st. Golden Age Investment Co., to
tlon.Sampson Kerrigan came to Naples over Philip Bodan, Freeport, \.\'? OPEN DAILY
Davis pleaded not five years ago from Summit, N.J., parcel m Sec IT, Twp :32; ace
guilty to a charge of first de. where he was public relations of, 34, SI,:300; :; The South Coast
gree murder and bond was set fleer In the banking "irokssi'" Const Co, Inc to EmU and ,.\ .
at $5,000. Prior to that he was su i essiuli ette Schneider, Belhuxxl< 111., 9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Ellis England was sentencedto employed with the Western I 1'11'! I parcel in Sec 4, Tug :33; lip
six months In Jail on a charge trio Companysecretary.treasur. d. 33, 51,000.1 BANYAN BLVD.Beautifully
800
of breaking and entering. er of The Summit Express Com J I"JII C, east Const. Co, tat .
An auto theft charge against puny served as president dnd'il.l t to Inns\ C iI.", Skukie, Dl, parcel .
Oawald Kennedy was dropped but rector of the New Jersey Furnl. In Sec 6, Twp '3, Rje 3J, 91,
he was sentenced to six yean ture Warehousemen's< u 900: The South Coast Coin!. -.
and six months with credit for tlon, was director and past i Ir., <., Co Inc. h' HureLifoite, per.: .
time served on an escape charge sldent of the Summit Area Clumber wyo, m parcel in See 0< Twp
John J. McNamara was sen. of Commerce, organizer and ,3, Rt 33, $1,000; TU South
tenced to two years on a chargeof director of the Visiting Nurses Coast C "nst. C" 1m., n' \S.F fIrl
auto theft and a charge of es. Association, director of tl Sum.. Cava, Cicero, 111 i-uieltuSet'
cape was dropped. mlt Chapter of the America, Red 6, T"3\ Rje> 33. 1,000'; Tic
Alex Modls, In a retrial on Cross, a member of the Zoning South Coast Conn Ca lie, t It, _
an escape charge was sentencedto Board of Adjustment Mum. ual Vernon Jeske Mdiosi Park.
one year In Jail with creditto Youth Guidance Count 1.Inri I a 111, parcel In Set 8, Tp -3,
be given for time served director of The First National Rge 33, 1000.. ,
Frank J. Pattlshall was sen. Bank and Trust Comiam/, and There were 58 sales' rep''rt.
tenced 30 days in jail for parole ultimately vice president In FftAMCKERRIGXNs ed with values .wale< i lOOl
I violation. charge of public relations of The fur a total of $31,100.
1 Timothy R. Vaughn was sen. National State Bank of Elizabeth. > u II nuhiii! rl'I i.iti",is .11 t tenced to 15 months on a parole While In the employ of the bank, the Naples/ Shol'ptl\| \ Ctntl'l. MS I!I
violation with credit to be al. Kerrigan was a member of the president of the Naples Apart, Debate.
, lowed for time servedWeather New Jersey Chapter of the Fin, ment Motel Association a mem. .
anclal Public' Relations Assocla. ber of the| Tourism committee ol f ,
Contmind fium I 1 1k
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tlon and a member of the Public the Greater Nafilei Chamber ol r
Review Relations committee of the New Commerce, organizer and chairman fit of the party and the people, )t re; ;
Jersey Bankers Association. of the Fifth Avenue Deauttflcatton ,, America, to put dIM In tic'rltli r ti s.
Max. Mm Rain Kerrigan was a member sev. Committee, serving a i I his definition of extremism," Sa
July 11 81 73 000 eral civic groups and Is a past four.yeur term on the Naples i I Goldwater said
I president and director of the Ro. Parks Board, publicity chairman i I Goldwater toll a reporter
July 12 92 72 0.00
! tary Club of which he was a memo of the G Ji'ii Club and campaign i I "extremism In politics Is either
: July 13 13 75 0.00 ber for 15 years director for Friends of the Lib. fascism on one side or commit
July 14 96 71 000 Mr. and Mrs. Kerrigan are the rary fund raising campaign to>I nlsm on the other"
July IS 95 76 0,00 owners of The Town House Apart. build a .new. headquarters build That definition did not mesh
July 16 93 74 056 ments and in addition to his bus. ing for Collier County Free Pu.. with the context of his accept I'
July 17 87 71 108 iness activities he has been as. bite Library '>stem. ance address.

.., ,,, ., .,,, , ,. .. ...,,... When a reporter asked l him I'
lIfi'. : )'i; ::.. < , :::. *" "';) .-" < about It In Phoenix Goldwater
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... replied> "You read the speechand
LOUISVillE. Ky. (AP) For If you can't understand It I
;- two yearn, little Dawn Bardowell' you don't deserve' to be a re. ,
;;I! IT'S TIME :;;- was bothered by an Irritating, porter I Furnished Model
, .oJ. for aLOW ',. Itchy ..n..lI tion in the top of her Gold water's getaway> day In I
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,;' shoulder San Francisco was a hectic onl'.1
< COST 4 ReeehUy, the irritation broke: In rapid succession net> ,
r II >;: out again and the 9-year-old girl 1 -Talked campaign strategy'
:A was t.kelto a surgeon.He with Burch;
Home Improvement I removed two shotgun pellets i Conferred with Rep. Wll.i .
i that had lodged In the youngiter's i, 11am E. Miller of New York his ?&t4

,S Loan ] : shoulder spent tharge apparently from a parts hunter's of a vice Offered presidential President running Johnson mate; 4Ut 0me4

J some advice on the Democratic
j
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Mid it apparently happened ticket,
:4FIRST *|ula she was vr. ilg, a Slipped at Sherman Adams

NATIONAL BANK ; relative farm "I felt a atmg once top aide to Eisenhower LIVING AREA
,, one day, but thought it wu an Goldwater-who has promisedto FIRST WITH MORE I II
insect..* put patronage In the hands of
of Naples the Republican National Com LESS MONEY I
+ 'IGala'tSeven( mlttee and state chairmen-(old FOR ,_
lei
I" ( reporters "It used to drive me
Early I Spanish explorers i crazy to pick up a newspaper to
"Jeer "
/runty/ frcjHuvhMFMIIFK ,See& searched for the !Seven Citie$i. read that.. Democrat was ap. Kt eslNrlw..Ns, -LI.-]1. 4'. '
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I of' Cibola because of their pointed to office by a Republt. : 'a .. r A .... :::
: .rrdrral Prpoi.it Insurance Corporation reputedly fabulous wealth can administration." He blamed -

Federal Reserve System l The village was supposed to i Adams for making such ap BATH UTILITY BREAKFAST
I be located in the land of the i polntments under Eisenhower RM. -n NOOK
Zuni Indians\ In what now U| Goldwater told the national
.
nr. '. "'g. :'''' .:' -:.: " .' :.- ,. ..... ... ..> western New Mexico. committee that under his dlrec. 1I 'J
--------= tlon as the party's head man, It MASTER; B.R [ FAMILY ROOM
., .,
IICCh 'J will be greatly strengthened"with .1 0 14 "
1I'JII l'Il.lby its powers returned and
the president working through III KITCHEN GARAGE:
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The senator said Ally Gen.
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WORLD'S"a Robert F. Kennedy brother of
THE the late President John F. Ken.
nedy, would bu Johnson's best
MOST MARVELOUS bet as a running mate,
Meanwhile a friend of Gold
i
MATTRESSMorning s water's said the senator would ....
formally launch his presidential t
campaign In Prescott, ArU, LIVING ROOM
where he launched his carver In B. R. 2 B. R. 3......... as a .'
national politics In 19r by go. . .' ." ..
$7950.ice Ing after> a seat In the Senate
The formal kickoff reportedly ENTRY
would come shortly before La.
bor Day.
"
\ Goldwater Is expected to re.
IT"In' rvli, Fur McUns ,
turn to Washington late Sunday
Of Malchftl N.nergl, t '5 1 \ \ 1r The Senate resumes Its session
e Monday after a convention rl!.

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MOl said, and the inilllu t I !I .n
pulled a knife harry has His uwn ideas
Cuban Refugees after receiving hospital treatment "We tried to take It iron I 11
tor a stab wound. and one of our group, i tAI'" '
Tell Of Fighting "Two militiamen left, and the Pepe, was stabbed in the I Drell! i
other pointed a rifle at us and and) fen overboard ai, I 'j, About Almost EverythingSAN
Militia To Flee told us to head for their patrol lost," Motl continue "T .
MIAMI (AP-Ten Cuban ref. boat," Maya said. the militiaman stabbed T" rif-s. -
ugees. have reached Miami after "We went the other WI)'. (Franklin) Jalip and tm a (Jw FRANCISCO (AP}-Bar.t through England I just want to
what one described as a death "When the militiamen discovered "We threw him o\erb"at I I Happarentl !. \ Morris Goldwater his his help"
battle with t Fidel Castro mil It, he covered the owner of ) drowned." xx own ideas about presidential Without a text Ooldwater's
itlaman aboard a 22Joot escape our fishing boat, Felipe Torres, Torres and Jallp were i rest i* R n campaigning and almost words sometimes run away with
tallied with serious unuM, .. else. him. In Reno television Inter.
boat with Ms rifle and told him to .- ....---" .,.' everything a
"Three militiamen boardedout change his course. Felipe Mota had a *rlst cut .. "\Of"" "I'm not one of those baby view, he was asked If he had
boat, took our extra clothing feigned doing this, then struck The three and their seven sur.vhlrj ... ... __ '.' t' ")- kissing handshaking, bllnti. said something attributed to
the militiaman with the tiller of companions had drifted eating candidates he said him. "Not In my most lucid mo.
watches and our only! arm,
an old knife," said ValerloMota, the boat" 56 hi uri before reaching!! Ito once "I don't like to insult the ments," he replied.
$8.year.old sugar cane cutter, The rifle went overboard, Largo, south of ere Votj said American Intelligence by think. He was once quoted as saying
Mi aI'J'I the Castro men hoard. lag that slapping people on the he wasn't sure he had "the
t,'J iM'n I lojt In i:,te'natlonsliicrs back Is going to get you vote...' brains to be the president"
". When a crowd chanted, "We Asked about It at Minneapolis,
CO.OP APARTMENTon Want Barry" for 10 minutes at a he said, "I've done all right In
I Madison Square Garden rally In my life. I don't have a Phi Beta
the beach. One bedroom, furnished. Air TruceThreatened New York Goldwater finally Kappa key, but I hire them."
conditioned. Priced for quick tale Cyprus shouted impatiently "You'll get He had a year at the Universityof
13000. him If 'ou'll just be quiet." It Arizona, but quit to join the
As was not the usual response of a family department store In
THE MOORINGS politician to a cheering throng. Phoenix.
By his own account, Goldw Coldwater's wife, Peggy
Greeks Move ,'. , ter Is bucking the trend of history doesn't fit the usual pattern
600 \Vedjye Drive seeking the White House as either. She shuns the campaigntrail.
:NICOSIA, C \ p r u s (U') a senator from the small popu. .
Greek Cypriot forces supported Utlon Western state of Arizona.He An introvert In a family of ex.
New and magnificent with "lots of living"for h) artlllerj and armoredcars goes where he wants when troverts she says she worries,
the active family. Next to the golf inuveJ Into positions he wants, sometimes ignoring that she might "say something
course Three bedrooms and two tile baths, around the Turkish village of --- what his political advisers re. wrong" In an interview and

dream kitchen, large living room, screened Benblos Saturda A LOFTY MANEUVER A Stritotinker. right refuels I Boeing KC.1358 duringpricl gard as pressing local campaign she's "scared to death" about
enclosed porch and two car enclosed The movement: violated a disengagement .ct maneuver near Mt Rainier, chores, making a speech.
ga 'in Wuhington The KC 135B will b. used II a flying'
agreement;: arranged More than a year ago he said, "I'll be with him wherever he
rage. h> Canadian I.N. troops command poll of the Striteg Air Command and It lent ont will bt airborne, ,t all times' "I've never done anything to get goes, but I don't make speech. '

More is your opportunity to own a lovely giiaidln; tense northern Cyprus the nomination, and vet all of a es," she sold.
The Greek move as repotted sudden everyone wants to thrust
home that will offer full
you space plus t In a t.". spokesman who said it on me." He used to talk of
value for your house dollar. Quotation Canadian officers reopened ne.gotlatlons Miller "the president thing" as thoughhe
Week Bank
VicePresidentialCandidate $36
28500. to prevent the p",sl. couldn't quite believe It.
bUll) of a clash around Temblo5, But last Jan. 3, Coldwater, 55, Clerk's Estate:
WESLEY G. at the foot of the Krenla mountains announced he was going after
the top Job. Now he says, "I Worth $523,000CHICAGO ;
Breaching of the agreement Is wouldn't have got into this if I
(I t1A.RI1t1! I : Realtors rams as the governments of 'GutFighter'SAN didn't really want It." (AP-A retired$36.a.week
Canada, Sweden and Denmark But an aide said "However liaiik clerk who livedIn
MI 2-2179! an $$a.week room and
were reported giving urgent FRANCISCO AP WIN have applied to this slim, dark, business I In Washington to he has no overwhelming desireto
consideration to the continued be president. If he thought dressed shabbily left an estateof
!Ham Edward Miller, the Intense 50 year-olcl lawyer and whitewash the Investigations.
Wesley G. Downing ft Earl L. Frye presence of their contingents In from the i there was another conservativewho $123,000 a report filed In pro.
"NlagarlFrontier"
Republican choice for vice congressman He was referring to PresidentJohnson's !
late court showed Fridi '.
the U.N.-Cjprus peace force in could do the Job he'd be }
KK.ISlhltM: : : ) KKAI.: STAn: : BROKERS view of the continued buildup of president, Is what politicianscall country driving habits around glad to have him do It." The clerk, Chester Williams,
He earned his
a gut fightea! political spurs his Texas ranch, and to the In.
70h Mh Avenue South, Arr.... free Greek and Turkish mainland Coldwater Is no spellbinder on died two years ago
In chairman of the
the coming months, he can as Republican vestlgatlon of Robby Baker,
Flr.t Mniniul Hunk 'in \Ipl..., .'1.. forces on the Island. be Congressional Committee the platform. lie delivers some Williams was found 111 and
"counted on to approach the Campaign who rose to power and Influence of his toughest campaign at. alone In 1939 lie was placed, in
Democrats with a figurative then won 22 more while Lyndon Johnson was ma.
home
tacks In But a nursing where he died
hatpin in one hand and a base House seats In 1800-and for the jorlty leader of the Senate. sometimes a he near-monotone.is eloquent. at the age of 80,
ball bat In the other. last three tears as chairman of As a Roman Catholic anda
"Pugnacious" "slam bang," the Republican National Com. Northeasterner, Miller would "I want to help my country" The J80 silver tlo.lar
he told crowd. "I to
want
GENERAL O ELECTRIC "rotk em and sock em" mlttee. He has been a con. balance the Republican ticket, one .
is called the l'S.
work for it I want to pay 101rent ], 'king"of
are some of the terms for 14
writers gressman years as politicians say, meaning he
for a Polish grandfatherwho silver coins. Only 10 are in
Here are some examples of provides a contrast to Sen. Bar.
came to tills country private hands 4 in museums.
the Miller
style ry Coldwater's Arizona origin
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tlonal chairman In 1861, while water's grandfather was a Jew.
President Kennedy was meet. Ish Immigrant from Russia, and
Hits LA Area; tug Soviet Premier KhrushchevIn the senator is an Episcopalian.
Line
Low Priced Economy Vienna, Miller said, "I can Miller's Ugh l tin r qualitieswere
_"'I', i.f" .; !1 Viewers Differ only hope and pray that It said to have loomed largein Dress and Ir.p..ry Fabrics
wasn't to negotiate some under. Coldwater's choice of him as
: 4,000 BTU ROOM LOS ANGELES (APHomepay the.table deal in order to In. a running mate. Notlons
television has come to Los crease his prestige, which was Miller was born In Lockport
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the viewers ban incident" for years kept a home at Olcott A
Some thought It was great, In 1962 when the Senate N.Y.. while In Congress lie had Alterations
y' St Mil* ,Wrier KUr RHnmntliiNtmil $ others didn't bother to watch. defeated the administration's planned to retire from Congressthis see wr STRETCH /.brtcs . ..trNrbdentme
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Model RP204 The promoters Subscription care the aged bill, year and return privatelaw d.slan.d.r .port."'....
I'Inre In \t\ IhtlrlBig Television Inc., otherwise Miller accused Kennedy of put. practice back home.He .
known as STY, launched the ting on "a smoothly rehearsed Is a graduate of Notre
Cooling Unit Plugs In Any Outlet project Friday night In a select crybaby performance." Dame and Albany (N.Y.) Law
ed West Los Angeles area. Speaking of President John. School The Fabric; Mart
Some 2,500! homes were -wired son at Dayton Ohio In April, He is married to the former ,
for the debut. Miller said "There are only two Stephanie Wagner They have
6,000 BTU ROOM It featured the Chicago Cubs.businesses better off today than four children.
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alj;, i1I alt ; ness In "
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I "nat! ! '|'! '.!! ,'!';I Viewers who will be billed
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Rum, another
subs'''riber, dldn bother to tune .
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'Frankl ," he said, "1 don't
like baseball But I'll be glad to
1'.11 I on a sele tl\e basis for programs
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see.siwlng around aU.) ,In
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strode ahead during the time highs. FLORIDAIN OF Sod nlpor bunnenn and other ,..
ESTATE
week showing little RE me.dental andeavori. to be It. with
sign of The automobile Industry, a THOMAS LANE CHEEK 0000d It OI.no Florda T".

gummer lack that would Inter. star performer In the economy '""nttfr'ice', TO CREDITORS ."' ...loB' 01 ebB ASBOrVllMS' 0 b.

nipt the rhythm of its 41. of vetted ,n JAY
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industry output In Jul Ri.tnuf.Ins
)
the off .. of the count, ,udgeOt CLASSIFIEMidway
paged political events 21 July 5 IZ..It Nt ISO
capped was expected to all somewhat (.Ollor, Count) Flor da n the
bv Sen. Barry Coldwater's courthoute at Loot Napiat' Panda
Re. under 600,000 units.or about 200,. w.th.n ii ceiendtr monthv Irom NOTICE' OF PUBLIC' HEARING

publican presidential nomina. 000 under 3une's level as one the date ol the lr51 pubi.cat on ot TO WHOM IT CONCERN
lbs, not'ca Each da.m or demand Not' c> t ,. ,5 g yen that In
ton.Rosy produ'er after the other lot. mult ba ,n *rt'g and mutt ttatathe Augutt I 1U4 at II >0e clOCk A

readings (poured from lowed Cadlllar's )1.In! tempo. placo' or ret,dence and .poll at ,the Court Houte Lust Naples'

many gauges of economic be. mil office ....... ot the da, .mant and 1'10"0' n '''' Cou.t Co"mon, ,
) shutting down. mutt b. torn to by the CH,manth frI B.o Ron 'h. Board 0'Cou.t. 221071Annollnc.ments

havlor relating to industrial Wage contract negotiations .t agent or h.i attorney or "tw Co"' "' si net, Of COli,.,

productivity fa..tor ,II become cod accord,ng to law Count> II held I Publ c hearing
) with .
the Unlte-l
Auto Workers
earning ,
DATE to co ncr the adv,tab I,ty of clot
employment personal im ome simmered along still III retimi. JsVEL4LA'tt'CHEEK. .55 aaCd nIngun A ...o"n. ,,hat

and the like. Enecutr of the Ettcte of certa n '0'''''a, or sIred and of
The IV asked
nary stages
Thomat Lane Cheek rena inCSOryOn d Oil' nteneil of
An earlier trickle of reports of Ford and CM-Ilnanr, stork Oeceattd lad County and the public in and to 26-Pertontlar r4-Trde or Sell CAIL TilE NEWS FOR

H 21. 2 l 1161 alit If,. follow.ng d..c'b.d, way
record ser'ond.quarter and lirst. put, h.se f.Uns (or union mem. July Aug Ca'nnnevcng at the Southeast do' .. RUBBER STAMPS

half corporation: \,rofit* broad hers. NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS FOR nar el Lot IS Coconut Creek Un t PlAZA .LCOHOLICI."NYMOUI,." ".d. dolui 1961 Comat for
BEAUTY Men drnking
THE CLOSING No I at recorded ,n Plat Book SALON women w lata 4 which I dr.v. Ja. 117Cutlatt
ened Into a wide stream. OF STREETS p
Things The le leril In'lustrlil lurtlon for
ro : problems" Ask h.ip by doll
i I I4J4 59-Acreage
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN page 101 ot the PublIc Rec E Tern,.mi' Tr.I Driva FMyart Beach
were fairly quiet on the, labor Index, meaturiiig output of You w,II pleat take not,ce that ordt of Con":er .n'J.. Flor'da. Midway inn "|. Ml lUll l 11"0"" crdallyseidomed FrslOopt.sI MO Mil 7lootWants

front-with a few exieptlons.Pulsetakers far tories mines and utilities Cl'. Board of County Committ hence S 0 degree 10 E Church Maalinft33Service Anoes.n 015St to laoa I b.dfOom tralel DISTRESS! Ownar naedt
en of Collier County FIord. upon. 10 te.t to the South Lnl of la.d on money! 10 acrat |6M total
of the eronom) not, hed a .G gain to a rea'ling of the Moles of PAM. MEVA COR Co.onutCree: S Unt No I for UNIFORM SAl p1 itS Av eeoc.V Toes and wlh *ulI'y a5hIIg,' caknets nahne, fir 40'ownnc o price Collier County Pool, Ea.

differed only on adjectives, talk. .& for JUlie The Im rease lol. PORATION.. a Flor,da cerporat a PLACE, OF BEGINNING' thence White 4 Colors 3 HI Ml I 91 Fr. eaht II I 10 PM. house MI 2 1509 late MI 2 3919 Open. Sunday
and THE SOUTH NAPLES SHORES along tad South I lIne. S 19 de Matern Iv 4 t.Ilsneu tly reduced LI'.T'O": Hit If
Ing of "sturdy" business 01,11. lowed healthier"' )umr>s for \pril COMPANY INC a Flerda cor (reel 21 50" W 101762 leet to To make roam for lbs Offered
mlsm "pervasiveness'' poraten wII, at 10 JO A M the East lIne of State Road S 151 Beret Come Hour For trailer or hematite over
of the aol Mat hut still was -'onsll.ered on the Line lee ul. Warehouses
I
4th of If'.n.. "on. the told Lust LInO 56-Bldgl. I oere tracta 2\10 aero acre
day Augutt Ski at the 10 S 30 We have Or 4Barbart
expansion and the e< onom>"'s very satlsfa' t'> County Courthouse ,n EmI Ntplet. N 0 degreet 29 00' W M feet ltrk.ltLINNIE COLLEGE G'' 'LQu.d tract with electricity' end
thence N 19 25 50" E Lf. Qurnrd.ronInsin Aor C"nd.I.d Commareial roads Other big acreage tracts
'promising glow. onnmlsts', SaW favorahIefateflts Flor da. cent'der and determine, drOnes S UNIFORM .
whether or not the County w.II re 115 55 focI thence S 77 roes 11)1 Htndry SI ft M,.... Fit .trucl.. .n, 0' "mm. .m Build, .nl on tra.1 I naar hotptal 120 dn 120 par mo and SDCollIe "
The Federal reserve's Index," III j rlrop In business a Oncion d d,tcla,m any r ght of 54' 40 E 704 feat. C'I lOB 71 AcrOss from ploymtnt SeekIng job| for r* 100 to.ft. floor tpaca 1100 00monthlv County Reel Eatate. MlJI9I9
of Industrial 1 the feet along the arc of a rcular" mender of lummar Cull Ml on long t.,'" I.... MI Op.n Sunday
i.ro'lu'tlon" a ke)' inventories, from the end of .\pril County and PubIc n and to downtown Kwh Chili 4MI U7S Gordon Or,v, MI 71710
00 PM
ony land er nierett therein the Cutol nncove to tSr Norlheost.nodlut 1/541 } I1M' Atta7ta.tt '''.

measure, tagged June as j to the enl,I of a1ay ofSZ4O mil. following d.d'on, to 00 Si fret chord boornB lilt 3' .... _ _ _ _ 00 dn end
ninth f5e''lIl1ve I month olclimb. lion to a seasonable ljusted All ol Joyce Avenue w"thin the S 59 dr reel 14 15 F. 101 31 feel Vt a cr.rI.cls IS
Roval Palm Terrace lubd'von.' to the PLACE OF BEGINNINGbe I 2-B.kes. 38-Auto For 5.1.U 57-Houses For Sale It 00 per mo no Inlereat, |3MOne
the Golden Gate
IOi,4 billion largest In mile from
Unl' Plat Book I. Page 35 Cal a part ol sad Coconut Creek
.
For the seioml quarter or list three eats, ami,, In' some new let County record UnIt Ne I. tubiect, to o drainage City, Collier. County Root, Ea
and and ut I'ty eatemenl over the lOSS Honda 90 P'.ctcolly, new KarmanQ for solo Good tale Ml 2 3919. Open Sunday
month, the gross nitlonal) ( rod.mt figures on ronstrudion, aitlxltjV All of IS continuance alto ot South 10 feetpurtuanl Fully cq'''pped Lightt SlopI "Md."n MI ? 77U '"" >' Com..I..ly. Furnished wuter, fll 611...",

GNP i in,> ome, iK.nf.irm surge! ol optimism, was re- Avenue 100 feet South b .nor:, t to Flor da Statute 13109ot I'ghtt'.cl"p..d th It /s'z'"BI'Ck ALE front C I' MaIne A ccess toult
4A Or Ml N.aBrnOcyc'Ir air' conditonIng ... 161
,,,.. d..c"b.d tea All mteretted .portont are Quick Meal 20 .c. Bar
employment, ami, hours ol' over nIt< ted In a National ImlustrUI the follow,ne. land at m that Sect.part,on II of. Invited to attend and b. heard 7/17.5t LOOKING! FOR AAON' Onsan. R.tri5.ratar. ere. Collier County Reel, E!.

time all were at f.e..k lex els. Confeieii'e,, ,, Board survey of 207 To",,".". ,.p 40 South, Range 2SE BOARD OF wathar freeier. and tlnrane dryer hawaII and oven with tale Ml I 3919 Open. Sunday

to w t The West 30 feet of the COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF \\ SEE ThESE: 1/7.wttf
The GNP, sum of all goals manuUiturlnir, omerus. North 100 feet of the East Inn COLLIER COUNTY Boats-Moron Accei. 70 in board 111.000 Ml 2545yi2

ind servl<'ps (,rodm tlon, rose The survej showed 1 most om. feat of the West 271 3 feet of By: DEWEY POLLY 6? fort Squirt Powar .5t ___ SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
lol 121 of Naplel Grovel and nearly $10 billion In the API' II. panles expeit' I 1004! profits to run Truck Company', Little Fermi July ,It INS *2II II ft Keuffman boat 31 hone j9 Ford Wagon Fewer Are looking for place NOW 9 acre tract located

June loItrl,1 l to hit an, aiinuil well ahead, ol 19C3. No 2 accord.ne. to the .plat thereof - power Johnson motor, 62 Falcon wagon Slick to dJu anchorF if .: you II lull one mile from U B' 41

Mtn of S/i/ 18.5 billion., Personal at recorded in Plat Book I. LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS duty InOIlOC with top d"r.. 61 Rambler Amarican SI want to lie this ) bedroom Drive on to thu property with
at Page 27. Collier. County .record Sealed, propotala" for tha conttrue accettor. Mutt loll bociulOol I bath home your own cor end compare It
Iwome. hit ., $49l.3-hllloii! | r.lte. PUBLIC NOTICE and 'lying north of a ,,.,. d...nage ton of o water supply wall ot the cknett |I50 tO Cash. no FOR SEDANS lEE THESE ly conditioned.n1 n'J. againat' any other I Only 119

UI'| $11.4 ("ill I Ion. eatemeni .. descrIbed in Deed Now Elemonto School ste In to' loss Illl Airport Road MlI I 6J GalOsh'. 4 Dr Pow. family.. room .nd double ...... down full price 9711 For
Book 21 Page 122 Collier Coun mokalet, Florida for the Collar. use ;/IO.It 6J Fairlana 2 0, Stick eeatoro.sea( walled 'lot in further Information contact:
IlItprll..lloIlO1I Business Ma.ililno NOTICE, Of UILIC HCAMINQ tv r.cOrdt.P.rioes County Board of Public f Inatruction 64 Falcon' Futura 4 Or beautiful Royal Harbor Lovely D T. Jones Enterprlaai, Inc

Corp. Moniuiito Notice II ".,IIIY given oy the City Inleretted may appear and will, ba received, by'''' Superintend 62 Fa.rlana I Or AT I view' down a wide canal Midway' 11)40. P 0. Bon Ill.R.sdontoI .
/ Co., Council. City I II Cvargladat Florida, bt heard at ,,,. time .nd pltctobovo tnt of School"a at the Superintend. 13-Help Want Female 60 Chtvy Impalla. 4 D,. Air" :ISo Bay of Naplaa, lI.n of

.\mf'r":11I" Cjirumlil iiml Sttnd.ml that o Public Hearing will, i be held apec,fied. ont I Office' Naplet. Florida. on or 60 Chevy B''.. 4 Dr. AT this" for only' (25000 with enctllent .
Oil Co. I, 1 30 p M on Wednetday July THE BOARD OF before I 30 P M E IT., August 10 60 Chevy Corvair 4 Dr Stick termiAttoc Lol L.k. Park.
Indiana) wee, }l. I" at the City' Hall City" ol COUNTY COMMISSIONERS loss' at which time and placa they Cleaning Woman washed Housework .> Chavy B.la.r. 4 Dr V I N oars,hoof' and .10'" $27SMARLOWE
amour glint ompinlosi, turiilnrIn v.rl.d.n, for the .purpose of con. COLLIER COUNTY will, be publicly, opened and read. I day w.... WYmani 60 V WID, .attt' S .ICK. IIJ 5thAvi

BlowliiK (.rullt irtifiitv. (mil.am aider,ng the adoption, . ot a .pro. FLORIDA Cope. of the Proposal", ond Spec,flcationa oi 7/10 2tWaitreti n Buick, HT Po", .. lie He Oil. V,0i"I Marcum South. M'' 7 52ZI.IIIt"I .
/ potad ordinance creating a new (SEAL) may bo obtained by el,g'bleGeneral wanted lor anack bar (I Hillman' 4 Or 4 Sd Hob JatgerDEWEY

btiiKltrd proioseil/ a 2.lul'.1"Iu'k toning clettilicetion, RV Single' By DEWEY POLLY I Contractora from BOL'TONMcBRYDE and lounge Mutt b. II Ml Call MI HIM\
yri POLLY
FtmTy .
split. Deteched Vaeotion HomaA AND WM R FRIZ7FLL 2 U5Z. COLLIER
/ COUNTY MOTORS
1I11.1f
copy. of thi lId .propoted ordinance July It 1964 #201 ABCMITFrTl tlJfl Meauccattful MR BIG INVESTOR
Steel ,iirolttitlnii lid(I up uiiu. mey b os..os' City Hell dur. ___ Gregor ulived.-ciri' .... FlorIda Your FrIendly FOND HEALTYCo
MERCURY 4. COMET Daalar, LITTLE'INVESTOR
tuilly MriMift,, for miilsummeric'slite ing regular ollica hours.All REPORT OF CONDITION ef THE FEMALE HELP WANTED MR.
.parson. lirmt or corporationamay BANK OF NAPLES of NAPLES ,n Each BId mutt ba accompanied! byo Cfaylon Coo Laundry loll VoIk.w..o" ...110" Wa.kon. nllnn ol 1 M, "Ava Uo 5
/ .1 rattle seisonal, tie.i may prrtant" '''.mMlv.. and be the Stale of FLORIDA tt tht class Certified Check, Cethier. Chock vor 500d condition.I See TAm..m, TfIl,I 72 waterfront ac on N a.plea

,,,', All I linos ,'pNlrteIlll'eollr| | ef buimeti on June ]0. 1964 or B,d Bond executed by the Bidder A..oon.ibl. 'sun evenings .1 I, Coribb.a't Gardens or Colt Ml 24JM bay. : r'th Port Royal:
Pl.... govern yourialf accordingly and Surety Company llcanied I If, 2.40" "Ut and 1 of Royal
frisk ti'''ivel xjtomuil to reinulIn : ASSETSI. to do buamatt. In Florida. I In t turn T"Uwy BUS It.lto". Phona Harbor. {]00 000.
.
ATTESTGIDEON Cnh balancea withittmi
equal to five %) of theemount M'' 12152. '''.If tVERooOy'LIkES A WIN.
'Itrhts, list month, ami p.rc.o
was City,; Clerk ether b.nk.. .nd cash ot the total :ldC.5 The Bond NER HERE ARE 1 FOR YOU 1 badroom I bath n,ca n..h., "l Ac I 1,004 Ft No les

lipuloil lilgher. July 8. t. I?. II. IL I9S4 <1H In proem of la required at a guarantee that If TO CHOOSE FROM tr"ITz: low down pjymant city line Only; OO.tN'I
The lloe k naa,.ket tiuiseil,' collection I.06!.171 20 the B,d I. iccepted a Contract will 14-Help Wanted Male 1962 Falcon. 4 dr. Daluna (la altar I JO P M. IIf Tamiemi Trail to the ACL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING f. United States Government bo entered Into and the perform W'l' AT RaH 51750.I 7/19,9t ,__ RR The ',n.., development

Not,ce it hereby given by the City obi gationi, direct ance 01 .t properly' aecured. The MALE HELP WANTEDmeS10" GOOD SECOND CAR I Badroom lurnithad ho.... tract with, city" water ready

Council of tht City of EvargledetFlorida and guaranteed 6.13''U.32 BIdder wIll lm e requiredtnce Covt Laundry PRICED RIGHT Air condilion.r, MIchIgan, Av for development: evailabla, in
Imperial Awards that t public hearing will, 3. Obligation of Statel. I oe.ecu to a Bond. 1962 IT M.c"." Boat 10 HP onua naar Parly Pantry In Naplea. today: |3.000 per Ac43S .

ba at 949 P M Wednetday .nd, political subdsvl.lent covering and Including, all labor and aniino. Boat trailer Included. lure |III Frank Whilaman, Ml
IW : I3.OZ materlolt The Pertormance Bond Summer ,la hara 5550. i 400 Ft Tamlaml' Trail
144)1 5117.JI
1964 at tha City: Hall City
Contract To Mann of Everglade.. for the el 4. Other bond. notel.. .".11 bi written In the amount of FIrst Claus shoot metal' machan. 19(1 'Inlarnatlonal ( cyl. long oppotito' The Mooring Only
com.Oaring a raquaat for purpote orreionmg and debenture (in. ona hundred per cent (100'1o.' Ic with commarelal and ,..1. wh.al bata. cab and c"...,.. 5UMMf SPECIAL ll ibo per Fr, Ft
Imperial Harbor: Corporation the following toning detcribed eluding U5JI7 SO IIcunt the Contract Price. dantial Isperienco Contact Con.ijillonod Suit for farm truck $1150 00. Brand new CBS house Z .lai5o

has awjnlcd the contract for remodeling .properly Into CI... R V. Single" Family .ei. of Federalegencioi Proposal forma mutt bt ftro"'yI Air Corp. tlO lOIN BUY IT RIGHT bedrooms, well to wall clotelt. 20 AcEatt Naplaa 160 ft.
.nd
Detached Vacation Home corpora.tons filled out No qualifying Straat North, Naples" Fl.. LUFF CMC INC. large kitchen cutlom built from Coconut Orevo tub
,, and! finishing the rec.rtMtlon Those .port,ont of Tract J: 4 K not guaranteed itatemonti will be com,dered 7/iSet 421 91 h St. N. MI IJ270I Birch Cabinet' large living, division City water. |2.000.
by U I I 17919750I NO BIDDER MAY WITHDRAW A .Th.S 101 'room tarra//o flours Q I per acre.
hiiildlng, at Imperial: Mar. lying loutS of tha Barren River: Loana and ducounti,
BID lubmitled' for o .period of thirty ceiling,' heat Carport. 4 Land
Tract O. Trtct P. and Tract
bor Mobile HOIIIP, Estates to City of Everglade!. 01 pIll 0; including, 91.001 54 (30) deya after trt date lit for 15-Salei Help Wanted I9S4 Chavy 4 D,. SId. irons. leaping Offered by Owner 411 I 200 Ft Tamlaml Trail l
'
per overdraft 9.061 77
) .797
Gocrgo T, Mann: ,,,, Fort Myers recorded In Put: Book I. Pegel 7. Bank ....m..own.d ,,,. .P"oWNE 01 such BIdS' Good aacond car Ml t.2011in 110.000. 1200 Tre,1 T..c.. No Cat Napla Adjacent to
THE R RESERVES THE No los. Phone Ml' I 2455 MyerJia Gas C. $IM I
perU
91 4 14. Collier County Record .ti
1"mtraUor: It wasaiinouncedyps.trrday. : , property being within arae known; 9269 end.495 fiKtur.t 57 ,76.UI furniture 01 149 949 61 RIGHT 10 meet any and/or all Bids Poaltlon Opanlni. ,In Established 1/ilbt ',. ft.

at tha Airport, Tract, City of Ever. end to wo iv. 'In'ormehtiei therein. Mont Shop yoarraun d .m.
I 11 I Other etteti 71 177 90
LEO R. 44 Mobile Homes Ae on Ft Laud.r
CHICKERINQ . propoted
Rat ail E
Work Is expected to lx start. All I.d.s., on.. ftflIS: or corpor.tiena 12 TOTAL ASSETS II 950.951 SiLIABILITIES Chairman Board ef prafarrad ploym.nl' but not nacattary p ranca II I Badroom I bath' Sin lit Ave dale Rd one mile from St:
.
4** within' the next weekfT 10"m.y.n... fforns.lvsn ..nd bs'II. Demand of Public InstructIOn, willing' I to laarn o..A'HM 35 North Mutt Mil look and Rd No. lit With tend Rdacceaa .
deponti make oiler week end after5pm
h..dPl. Coll:er County Florida Marrlad I. : ift sow Moon or 1091 per ASmoke .
days Individual, p.rtn.r.nhp. 50.10' 1I1U'
_ __ ________, .." 10V"" ou".lv.s 'Ccordln,' and Byi: / W. D. REYNOLDS. Sand e resume of your qualifl. Closed In scre.oe d porch. Bo '
corporationa Superintendent ot ... MIDSUMMER'BARGAIN 5 At. lne O" Louderdale
101. .
''y. cationa to Collier County nil. Sprlnn J
9.741.749 I 13 Anglers Paradita
ATTEST, 14 Time and lavlnpi dopotiti Public I Inatruction Bon till A l 11. '"' Trallar .park 7/1.Jot Houte on Palm Circle >1> bed' Nd. $i0 b a burgain.

DEATHS B B. GIDEON of individual, J u ly 12 It 21 1964 &205 rooms. 2 b.,,,.. Dalune Srpar .
houto retleurant butlnaaa '

July !. t. U.City U. Clerk H H6I Ills partnarthipa. and corpor.Ion. 2.919 951 49 LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS SALES. 4 SERVICE POSITIONTO 4S-Trlilerl For Rent all ate dining and .10.room... Eacallanl Other deluiateeluroi Lbs ond property Hoap. .
Cilif.l BE AVAILABLE AUQ "'hM."o."I.n ali,.d owner eayi aell.
JlI'VI-JII.: : MILS, 19 Depotitt of United Sealed Proposals will be received at include electric kI.

(ct >)-Thdinis I.: Mull 70 who), RESOLUTIONWI4EREAS. St.,.. Government the Office, ot the Superintendent of Life InturaneoCompany chen with freeter diid reliig 12).000 You don't need 0 gun
Trailers .
will II \
of School. Collier. County. Florida, un.til Intarvlaw appllcantt o waak with TV. crab:., Built, in Hi Fi wIll to sIsal this' property Abtolutely
(iiKMatccl| and, built, sevet'.it I h,,,. MARCO 'DEVELOPMENT U 00 the' petition' CORPORATION including) postal sayIngnl 200.317.77 I: 10 P M. August 10, I9M for for position, of Salaa Rap 110\ a oaak Spacat. It o waak apeakeri living room and "porch, the beat value 'In obuamaaa
the 1,110 craatad d tharacant Rock Creek ..
through Trnlar In all
MS on the West Oust: ami I InLIN .1 Florid corporation. I II Ito 19 Depotiti, of 5'.,.. the .planned conetruction needed toimprove resin promotion of ona of ourrapratantatlvaa 4/Jilt Park Call. Ml 2144 7/12 Neplei property.
Jr. ind I .
the
, drivel ot
I Vl'ltollIIrv" W.i* fouml' I vacate. hnndon. dac ontnuI.fld and political, lubdivioni ,In Naplaa Ap Three bedroom home Clote lo
close me following public or pr. |,050,695 00 H;ah School "canta mutt ba .permanent rat hopping. churches. school 3 bedroom f bath Vandarbllt
,leaf' III lieil, rrldi)' it his Pev. vat ttreelt. pi..;,.. boulevard and 1 1 II Certified and officer' ,' All'work with thall, .. the be, completed Plant: ond In Spec-accordant ! tdanta pi In area and batwaan tha Sewer. air. conditioned' icreend Beach waterfront homa Ready

"'1'1)' Hills lint,,,'. f8MARCOtyAVEf'NUE""d'1 SHORE I I check TOTAL. DEPOSITS etc til.Oil 3099169II 171 05 ticaliona which, may ba ...", Ined at ... of 21 and 4i labs background 48-Apti. For Rentaroom 'lanai, beck. Payments yard Cyclone fenceancloted I to move In 119.SOO.
prafarrad and mutt 'ba only 1/600
of Collier County
ISo
DRIVE within the following detcr (.1) Total d.m.nd the Office able to furnIsh tha baat of .par par Mo Including, lanea and COllars will be conaiderad. on illlhate
AI'-l of School or at tHe Efficiency Weekly or Montk.fe.ML1 '
l'lllt.AllLl'lll: l.bilonum 7 Superintendent
( bed .properly: depotiti, | ,121.111.99 tonal' and kusin.ssrofenencet. IniurinctJohn propertiet' Naples Is
S77L
: ,, 82:! :1 I 1,1., .All trill part of Government Loti fbI) Total time andO.vIno olfcet, of W M Wilson 4 AnoclatevInc 7111,11I H Wood 4. AtwK'ei !
S. I IliielHier, | 1.019 .. 685 IfAv.nu... South NaRloi Initial paid training' program I a. a un".d. booming You can profit by
S Townth 62 South d'"OI,1I f 15) 41 opts
Section .
SIll 9159
of sit Ava S
than commitalonlinoat Ml 2 thete" todeyO
,imoei In I lift* Insuranio,, I'IJUf'.1 Range 21 Eatt. Collier County Clot. I Iidi 1!3. Other 'liabilitiet, 5000951 "E Florida: haremefter' known regardIng al. salary, plus banaflta Including i Close,to, shopping lit 4 Hi parmonth 9/21 tf teeing H LUFF.proportIon 421 9th St No:

tlon, illt'il I Frlol.Ior a heart .It. more Commencing particularly detcnbad a P R M atlollowt
tick, HP was I'lIIpl'lhlll, I'l'nll'lIlIol' a' the ..,.. corner of the CAPITAL" ACCOUNTS hall be referred directly to theNo'eTdder tonal' Intarviaw program. cantact For J..par C. J.Z949. Rat Ml 2 S6H room "..u... on canal 120 14th WATERFRONT HOME t bed

of 1"'lIIr.III., .t> .11 tlu Unheisit, of Doice Properly at ShOWS on tOO j!15 Ceotol" fill, Bid Cottairt Agancy Mananar P ,'." :; ,1louthl. See yur bpol"r. roomt 7 balh Florida room,
withdraw
.. .
Amended Plat of Collier City recorded (a) Common Hock may ito : : garage Looted on aaawalledtanal
.
0 Bo EdIson 4 1241 FtMyart
or
IVnnxlmil.,,,, ,n Plat Book I. at Page Mot total par value for a period ef thirty (10) days tfter : Fl. /ll It I/O MO |,IOO Claan and well cared for,
the Publ Record Collier 9400,000 00 1400 not 00 the date. tat for opening of bldaPropotalt Fur. I bdm. opts E lIc., ..". HOMES BV STONE Priced at III.SOO. Owner anloua ..
CIIIC.CO1'1':11111'1': J. County. Florid: thence NOIU lOiS j tt Surplua 310 000 00 will bo submitted In toiledenveiopei ciat, TV Air Condo 74J 4th to tell CARIBBEAN
W dufisci of 1536/5 feet to a {i 1. Undivided. profit" 10226919 mirked Drive Improve. Enparlancad. lalaaman wantad ,Ava to MI 74/49 1110 DOWN movat qu.I/.d/ REALTY 17)0 N. Trel, MlHtn
Piker Jr., 75, foitnor ediim, and, P R'M al the Norlhwraterly corner iol [19. TOTAL CAPITAL menu: tor.J'iC and I' High: School Aga 2S40 contact Stan Shuartlala 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED buyer In NEW 1 BR homa. Only . 4/ithttf

publisher, ol Mini I';null went Block I I. Amended Plat of Collier ACCOUNTS! 112.261 .19 Bd, Boaro ratorveathe menace at Ingram Chavl APT ona available., to hurry .
'10' TOTAL r ght to reiect ell.. Olot.l GREEN ACRES MI 110 Acres for tale' II2S per
/2tf 1100 DOWN.
sad I lust rnonton.d .nr..nd |7t month'
aluretaid I par
News Mipi/lnp, ilUvl 'Fhiirsi.'yiighi city PI4M beng "the point, of begin. LIABILITIES AND B di. to waive oI I ' raodvartiie t 2990. 4/I2tf buys 1 BR trade in homa on acre I '. .. from Naples. I
I HP "I't.'IIII\ 'llfd A . CAPITAL and award the Contract Palmatto mile, off .proposed n.w" Laudardale .
i mill of the tract of land herein Cl elf belly Rd.
M''ng e.tcrteod. thence S ACCOUNTS 11.950 951 $1! In tht.r beat In'.',,'. 23-Miic. For SaU SABLE SHORES APIS. road Termt. CARie'
set Ion of l hl"It''l'hl''lI l | of men In jit.r lo' be MEMORANDA Tha successful Bidder, will be fur INSPECT our fiva namat now BEAN REALTY, 37JO Trail
line MI I44H
4 41 1 17 E along the Wetterly 3 11. A...,. (1) complete let ef under cnn.Iru clan en .IMh Ave Ml Illil ,". . ;
the firm equipment, , liidiisln, ol Block I I. tore ad: a d.ttanca of .pledged or ati nihed three withoutehoro. MOVING FOR SALE ..C.lly Onad .nd Aroce Ave So batwaan 7lh 4. Ith Sit .! _
'gnad to lie Plans and Specification
..0" led thfnce II I* 01 JO E bills and lecure for other : : Any additional' copies will I bar 001.. APT FOR RENT .priced from 114. .940 10 111. no
dittinca_ ofI M feet to a conS I aofat with
"' i,... monum.n' lb encicon teal, .purpotea (include5nato. be furnithad to the Contractor at I email tabla. I bad room Apt Privata Phono good forms 62-Builneii Property

\ .! _' '! c 590110' E 0 alance: of 210 IF and blI. red i. reproduction coat t atud'. couches, MI Oh?/) _ _ _ 7/1.if MR HANDY MAN' If you Can
counted and tecuri If ISo Contractor refuiei er fallt do your own .paint. n|. alactn ,
monument, thence I chairaTMPh.n. -iPf Tra Frontage UO a front
flit cOCre FOR
lo J RENT
ten told with to proitcute the work with such cat. matonry or I landtcapingate .
dtlance, 0117 20 agreement MI. M22I Between and Mer.Co .
E. Noplet
S 4 jU' a Nica I aadroom Apt. Unfurnithad fry
to repurchata) 72132) 17 d"I,nance ai will Insure its com | than taa ut about allowing,
trtt to Jt concrtte monument thence wild, stove 4. ralr Carport Island Tunoll ColIlI' C.
t 3 2 ta) Loans ai shown' plet ion within tha time, lilted or g such' cottt toward down
your
'" N 14 I"! l IS E dialance Of Ml 41 ob adore. .. any ..I.n.o" thereof. or faila. to tloraroom Cantrally.. 10 payment on I now homa: Noal Estate MI 2 31St. Open
fret lo concrete monument thence deduction of v.lu complete the work within, such tm.. G E Room Air Condition.r (0104 reor b.,11 100 .per Sundays I/J.w.
N I J4 4S W. a d.nc. of 402 71 ot, of 11954)15b for each calendar day that work O E 40 doubla aoanraogo month r"ouM't Randolph' WILLIAM B. StONE 'INC
eIre..rve
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r. '. fuel lo 4 concrete monument thence ( Secur. .. shaft remain, Incompleted. after the Both pract tally now Air Con Fuller. 12949. *
continue N J 31 45" W. 0 ttance t above itihown are ipec f ed or tdiuited completion dtionar, $10000 Rang |I7| 00 711.11 18 Tanth tt NortV MI 2 1711 61-Income Property

,-:" the ol 140 lot 40 m.nfon.d feet la the courte'nterttct sift on the of after d.duct.Oft 01v.I"on time: twenty dollars (920 00)) pirday Ml Hilt >/l/tf I badruom 'un,.".dolsenc," 14 out ol I It of .urnetir.'serl
I.NLUMt: 1'KUi'UtlYWhy
r from
deducted menialdue
thall be
Northerly I no et Block' 7 Amended raaervet Bamboo Tabla 4 ch.i,,. t Bamboo apt No pan or childran, Ml hom.t told on Mich,gan "Ave
I .... 9 Pl..' ot Collier City aloretaidthine ef 14011I the. Contractor d to cover additional eotta' Churn. Chatt 0""... Pana 2_l7 or MI t SOOt 4jtlEllciancat Only I remaining at III,470 In. buy undeveloped property
I I. Mamie B Took. ,.. Inipection.
; N 711)17 I W along the 'd.n'. of one. oearin5ao Wrought Iron Stand. Floor ;; :' clue"ng landtcapad lot. acraanad Have 1 hoi.o.sn 4 loIs City"
*: : 'he above named bank do Tha Contractor shall. carry 1100.000 00 Day w"aak: oT; .
aolemnlyiffirm water 4. f V cable All funithad ,
Block I. alorrsad.dut.u'cI Card .
Northerly I no of that PubliC Liabil"ty Iniunnci and Lamp' tablaa, Etc Call Month. IRII porch air cond See thatehomti
Inn of MOTELI
of U J. bell thence Non report condItIonI Ml 24M6 710.21Il.FIiIAtIllhIt1'l Ml before 4 rented Nov.r again
buying retirement
i : 4 Intur I2J02 ., any
true end 910000000 Property Damage MIIUM
correct to the bet ofny thial
wll like
'1 I W (long the NortherlyI hornet CARIBBEAN' : you mt 0 borg.'
.
r knowledge and belief *"" be cath deal Dom...
I ol Block .' aloretaid a d,tline. C orrectAtIes0MAMIE BOARD OF "!"L TY. 3750 101 Trail Ml Mutt .s
.' of MO fuel, to the Nor''w....,. 211U. trouble H W. Welkint. tillPinelued
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PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 49-Houtes For 61'.f".11ii
B TOOKE RentRENTALS : tt Naplaa. MI 24009.
el Block : alor.IId.
l corner
"t II CollIer CountyNiplei -
thrnci S IS II4J W along the W P""d.n Flor,daSy RENEW YOUR ,: ," kdrm I balk. I. Avo 7/12 ill63Gen.
ROY SMITHF
line of the Northerly, Ire of Block H FRANKGEORGE : WO Reynold DRMR'S LICMC 3xRIN No Good tar'. MI ilU"'CH'RONr 0454,

I .iforrtid. a nance, of 2 JO feet E ALLEN tuperintendent of W* Hava Thamf ooenin5s, Real Et*.te
to the pant of beg.nnmg. containing D,rectort Public Inttruction \ YOUR badroom furnithad, homo lNtE

lit .icru marl or less #?n July 12 19 21 1964 SROOFIM Hoar Sea Gate School 1100 part ON 100 of white sand b..c"a
.nd .. BIRTh MONTH r me bdm I CaSt,. ...... ell PROFIT BY
WHEREAS aiibttouent to n,d P.. b.droom lurnnhad apt. niciJ10 with tcroened in pool and .patio
ff00' the Board of County Com par mot Just reduced to III9M unlur UUYING NOW !

mitt, ,onert pubiithed ,in the ColI bedroom unfurniahad apt """.d Shin I I. e wondarlul buy

,., County Noon alto known aa tto/a 4 ref 167 SO par mo lit ascaro I Mom May we Waterfront Apt Houta Lot In
the DJily Newt. a newtpaper otgenari 1 badr,mm i bath. PlO ronmca thaw you this properIodav7
Oily. will accommodete It Apta
e"reulal,on ,in Collar Coon Can << > pan 1 Stov 4. raf N. Nan CARIBBEAN REALTY 37,4 N
Who Do 1100 OO"n 1100 00 month
Notice et PublicHuaring It ? per
iv 100 en d. t*a.* Pet t.on a certit ? |no< .par I bath mobadrooi Hoar Kw k :reSOLI.IIZtlS, hALL 4iht) tf'pMIVAtk no Intereat for three year!.

,ed copy of %.,d hold, be.ng at Chat 110 par mo4b.dro NO BROKER Air Conditioned
hereto Jt E.".b,' A ,...dWHERE..I
Ijcned al the date and hour n i bath' family' room. Ownar mutt tall three badroom Imm.d.... Poetettlon f bed
...,. 4 oil, Un
.tO" room ta
2 balh home m THE MOORINGS roomt 2 batha I block lo boat
.n aid Notc. a PublicHctr '
tpecfed furr shod ....ot ttov torra
I Central launching Enlra office
heat
and a rcond ramp
''tg *at hed and no obiact" ona "'0 ra'dant 1171 .par mo

were IT RESOLVED prttenteit now BV THE therefore BOARD BE These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Lines. ] badtinm 2 bath. acraanadporch out .eacept tionini 2 terpeteg b.droom.through Com or-IM bedroom par mo. Draoaa Mortgage 4 Carpet about!

car part On canal Van 2>00 will only
OF COUNTY COMMIIJIONERS darb, '( baach Unfureaoce'" .pieta kitclen: including tpotal, handle '15.750'fOYl

COLLIER' COUNTY FLORIDA' AS clo/a t '.. IMO .par mo and ehwather Nice .. ..."ed ) In Next Month

POOR L'JL nu.nr111111 FOLLOWS I That tmci the .cod.nl of They are EOUIPPEDEXPKIENCED and READY to serve you !SEECARIIW.EAN' lawn porch Phono paved tfrivewor Ml 2 sino toddad altar large Pine Studded Lot. t bed

CtfIer C,ly and the -' 9PM if rooma. Large Fie. room. Mohoeany .
pjp: came, oat suoiul heel in the Plat ol REALTY n Ins Paneled, Only USOo _
ot the Amended Plat of
? sera mole with, hoi iiusttr: Coll record, .er' t.ty the ded cat on! there: Whorl Cuttamara Sand Tfia"rFr Compl.i.ly FamIshed water IS) 00 .per mo mortgage Will
been lormjliy acceoted ANSWERING SERVICE SEAWALLS anat" Iront CBS Home Access tog conaider low down ,.,m.nt.
uhen the was :artidenlallystepped have not Board of County Comma. North Tra I Ml till! alf "Raverte, cycle, or" cond, Six Unit FurniShed Apt.

on and her lei uabroken by the ot Collar, County Flor da .7/9.. T II. I tf 1.00105 OrgaN. "..I..Ior.I. .
onert
raeter. b..oII- and o.n Owner want! offer on thlaDowntown .
f Bozeman. Mont 2 That t,net the 'ICon. of Woofs nBr000d 5th ..51u5VSCWiTf 2 kadroom hauta lurn,thad TV .nl'
.. C' Telephone' 5O5o0r,55Orn .. wonhur and ..r .,..II wIll" Strategically located
the Plat Of Con er 'ty and the SEA WALLS ..II''* iva,laaia. Adult only
veterinarian the coat .... email e'lce w,th t de.ag II' Ill board 513.050 MI 2 5415. propertyBumncit
Amended Plat
put on record ol I the of ,. Ml 24702 "" III
her leg. She'II be as good anew Cole, Ctv, the following, d.dCa. Call 141)1 Oodroo. on at aerv'ce alt m.iet Ml 5<5! NAPLES CONCRETE WOOD OCK L1.! -_ or Motel Sitezoo'
Avenue ..... Shore "OU" fursshod,
of Marco ROOF bedrOom
t ont CLEANING 4 PAINT 790 JunO South of
In a few week Once w"th,n the I IrnIl, .c'.b.d 'ISO CO Foundation Piles Calf HI 2 ISIS 7711B.drsulc Attractive furnIshed Homa CBS > Punt
.
-- ,n the t.rtt parigrapn of th.a nell. > t't" ..-- 2 Badroom f bath. Good loco Garde" on U S 41 ll'lGO down
wtats4SrJn Doeki-Moonng Whip 7M9 7/12 Sal on monthly' terms el nointerett
b..etod an Ml 2
by
have nevtr
Everyone Read The NEWS talon of the .pubIc ,n fact lad ".d, RADIATOR REPAIRS Souso 'u..h.dI" lor. 1 yeert. Buy fooI.v..lm.nt.
ute IAQCN Automate 00 'O"thl, MI 7 SOlO .
been used ABBOTTRadio .
nt er by
It Pays T* .Advertise chIns have 7/i . IISORoom Royal Palm Dr ,immaculate I..r Country. Lot
thi ? bIC CBS home Now wall to wallcarpet ,
3 hal the Beard hereby vacate Are Radiator Repair I bath. dan end 2 utility ,. I mlnulea to Nigh' School 111
abandon econlmuea. clotat end Radio, Road I For Rent rooms Many aural MAR' per front fool eeiy term.
renounce and liaclaimi any r ght Ce tank rape. "red welding 104 LOWE 4. BECK: 413 Slh Ave
t } } dIll } 4471RIPRAP
County and the Public or I...",, cleaning
of in. POo.elor ng Man Li! South Ml 21221 1/iiwslf Ask Por
ntarett there to the follow,ngdedtaton Cob uo 4 delivery looT
anv P *. ISO l thAva RF'Palw
fA.C MARCO AVENUE .nd ..S4 Davia Blvd Ml. I 421) Mra South Naplaa" Fla. Dr ''nmocululi'CIS BURTON
SHORE DRIVE wthin the limit, home New wall ,o wall, BROTHERS
.bed ,n the firat paragraph ofthYretoluton the'.VAHTAIiSV SEAWALLSand 7/14 M carpal 2 bath den end 1 util.ity .
deter it faster in Rag Broker with 'Imperial
and that tad, land rooms Many o trat MAR
Propertiec
conattuta 0 Hale or fed. ROCK GROINS LOWE 4. SICK 4IJ tin Ave: f
0
doe not 4-Tr'.j. or Sell South MI 16221 Box 1117

LUFF GMC INC. Iris ",,':,..tYIOUO OF RUBBER STAMPS c....." .....11., doeS.Pu 7IU.w..11 After Hour Office 2 1 1)24 HOI- um

COUNTY COMMISSIONE'' ... end. groin. Will t,... afluity in Laka Park 58-Lots For Sale "u .11 .
Truck Part* COLLIE COUNTY. house for land m City or Coon
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FLOIIDAB MARATHONDRCDGISG 'y. Call Ml dill I"."_ -
66-lnturanc
-Serve, 0I FOLLY CALL THE NEWS FOR YACHT BROKERAGE ""TRADE 'FOR LOT Larg. i LOTS BONITA FOR SPRINGS SALE: !

TEMPORARY ) ChairmanSEAL RUBBER STAMPS CO. bedroom I bath homo pricodat 204 > 1)0 corner recently renned 5... M"" .. E.., P'rm. "
( Complete Naelai" Luting IlI500.1 Mortgage paymantIt :
permitting' retail atorea .
'u'o.
LOCATION ATTE Sit T KOTTJuTy'lt Commercial Printing Fine InOoard loots From 2'' Dreo'ge, Dregllne ; par mo Want city MCARIBBEAN etc Priced ot $410004 for quick fre I. Hom. On....

MARGARET Bob Martin Ml 21757rvnk 1 ...4 Deiler Work. REALTY J7M N. aale Owner: Mrs H' W Cch.if : JAEGER 'INSURANCE'

421 NInth St.. N. 1M4 That's Tops . Smith. Chru Craft Sale Trail. Ml 6100. Midway > 9141, or Midway 171 OtIS Avo. North
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ENJOY THE
vp4o
.0 Sunday, July 1>. lf<4
(fj HAPPY

DIFFERENCE Collier County

AT PUBLIX, Painters Meet

j Monday NightA
WHERE
meeting of Collier County
I V PR'as SHOPPING IS painters will be held Monday at
01 ARK T S 7:30 p.m. at the Carpenter's
d IrftCTlVEMOM Hall. 1181 First Ave.. South.
I A PLEASURE
and the men are
oO ., TUES., WED, Drywall rug
t also invited a spokesman said.
tuly 20, 21, 22, The spokesman announced the
M t.s last call will be sounded Mon-
1964! e U : day for the chance to become
members of the local organization -
Sn lu d S under the $25 "special dispensation -
LIMIT 12 PER ; ."
CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES x-- Efforts are being made to
OF $300 OR MORE strengthen the local organization
because of complaints that cer-
ALL BRANDS STRAINED
tain painting contractors are
operating In the area who are
i unlicensed and are using infer
BABY ior materials and have been payIng -
their painters with bad
checks the spokesman said.




71ftFOODS ;fI RecreationCalendar '


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---___ ifoit'll produce JuneCALIFORNIA TUESDAY

ICEBERG 2:00 p.m. Girls' Softball
.01 practice Cambler PirkWEDNESDAY .

:: ; JARS, '7:00 p,m. .. Girls' softball
LETTUCEdairy game Fort Myeri
THURSDAY
'7:00 p.m. Girls' softball
game Gambler Park Fort My.


$ 2 :9d.. 29c ers 2:00 vs Naples.FRIDAY p.m, Girls' softball

practice Gambler Park.
pt pl "fS' 9:30 am. Adult tennis
'/ I\\\ class_Gambler SATURDAY Park

: 7:00.p.m, Girls' softball
;: game vs Naples.Gambler Park Boca Raton >


dairy specials 4th ;' I

Ch.,', DtlifhtCheese tlI''JJ'1U)J)' 1J tl


Spread 7 til; + 69* r w tl! JiFUN(,

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Pillikyry CraictntDinner A/ '
8-01. -r-
Rolls 29 tfin ..
can CfCIIY LOwsStONEAr
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frozen> foods ttFFkrm I INCH

V favorite recipe adapkd lo
H'w'uan
new-Klyle tunned "bean.

Punch'w.'w. 5 :.on S 89* I)1 Heurm und l Beef Toast
r tMn. 1 Lettuce und Cutumhtr SjlnJ
Smith DutchApple ? +f't Fruit and l 'IIIIkIC" Bevuuge

Tart . 2PSk9i'N: ; BEANS AND BEEF
1 1/4 pound ((1/2 cup firmly
pocked l) round l lean beef
lirdi IPMI v (Lin bvtttr KUCI)
/ w t mall onion, minced

Cut Corn 3 !JC: ; 89SWIFT'S r1 y TOfEXTRATTX 34 I IcaspiMin tcaspix each curry WortexUrshireBailee powderI

00 FREE 00 IOOI and l prepared" miMlardI
I 2 pound (2 medium) tomatoes,

. J" Green I hopped can (II I pound) bean in hurboi.no
I sir Silt cmpM.
PREMIUM PROTENGOV'T. sauce
BACTINE In 4 medium-mite hot grousedskillet
stampJ
ANY conk the "beef und onion
INSPECTED rE BORDEN'SBUTTERMILK [: ..P1... W..., July aunhlmg "beef with a fork
HEAVY-WESTERN BEEFChuck until meat IONCM itx red LI.lor.
a Mix in the seasonings, then tonuliLs -
und "he..ins, Heut "low Iy,
stirring several limes, unlit
100 fRlEf AO IOOI piping hot. Mike 3 ncrvings.CIIINhSI" .

BISCUITS J"1 Green Stamps SLPPI!
Steaks. Ib.59c I willi Alt_....',."ch...*li ; .
.LL FLAVORS ROYAL GELATIN Alo.nd fUiv H und cnvp "n>
4 reg. pkgs. 45c lure distinguish I there drtpVHkUS
r'I' ..".... Wtd July 21 isN rt ,

Round Roast (bonelss) 89c oooooooooooooooooo Almond'h..w Alain Han Cm with,kim Stcunicd Pineapple Rice.


reg. 50 lpWllA'ffi"50I ALMOND HAN COOMFS.
6 uheHiiK| .i,. uli...ten'"11
2 tahUspxns chunk.style I'
Premium Label Suite Sealed Jw Green peanut
'12'01. I ..!*till_... 12 I : huller,
1pk cup sugar
D Swift's Franks . . . . . . 3 ,.. $ LISTERINE stampJ I ellI
2 giant I Uu.spxn almond extract
Swift's Premium Sandwich Spread or rl: ..rlrM WMn Ju'lI'' I cup flour
12 I
Udsnoon" Malt

D BraunschwcigcrHermon'g . . , 2 S3. 69 Slivered I tab!, spnn tousled n ilk hlanchud


Orange Bond Breakfast 13owEA5o1 ulmondv Heal together lhor,>ughly the,

D Link Sausage ;;:: 35 Jftl Green Stamps ugar shortening. heal, in peanut Ih.>r.lughlvlhe butter and till

I ...HfcfMlMMM. salt and milk. Drop level) tahl|.
Tenderleaf Popular TENDERLEAF INSTANT TEA .pi.,ns ur the: silt mixture .h,mlI
2Vi-ox. giant 99c I I 2 inches apart on ungret Tea Bags 4 SkT' 57 .*..rn Mlttf. July M 1M4g lIlIkle sheet, Draw the rial
. . . . . . blade if u small spalula over
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ50IDE.7llBA'ffi"SO turUie IIr each e..,kie 101 make
Dessert Topping In even I 4-mch\ thick. Plae
4oi.me. ah. ul S alrmnd I slivers, fan
Dream WhipEaiy I . . . 45 IIIh'.nIIn', each to. kie. Bak. m
,
,
.1 i bw ((32J degrees) oven until
r r to Cook Jw( Green stamp ,lightly., browned 15 lo 20 m nII "-
14'01 Mr this twaMwdt..i > Cool! on wire rack, Makes
OI I1SIBr.flTflWtU..K Minute RiceNo . . . . pkg. 45' Raid House & Garden Bomb about 21 I '2 dozen

size $1.49
reg.
Bugs M'LadyShelf
rsSLPPFR
2. So rua WN. J.I. h, acts/ C"riled R.dloIh/ Chili Sauce.
+ Paper . . . 1 39 0 O' 000 Quick Cabbage Rolls
hUll Salad. Dev rag, "
Neicofe limit 1 pleoteInstant

Coffee 79CWhite WHERE .SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE sups QUCK knife-shredded CVBBXGFA green
OrS eabhage (II I t X-pound head)
14 I cup materm
Chocolate or Yellow Jiffy STORE HOURS uhksrxioiis. hmur if margarine
I le Ispoonlull
Mon. Thurs. *hlle ptppe l hi taste
29 8:30.6:30 ' pin sugar
Cake Mix 2 i :
pkgs ,hie,I .k I \Del C.at, I I.i. -1ID
Friday .n "n .I In all Ihe ingredient
MARKICTS
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C.? I boil |i.rtllurnin| loi
Assorted Colon Jumbo 8:30.9:00: .
Kleenex White or s i\ i I r.'" lime, until cahbagIK <
Saturday knoJ.r"r haul" 10 mmul .
Towels 2'|'ur:; 59C ,r.., I ,u"I "? 'i4e. cabbageani.
8:30: 7:00: -hr".I> a u,' ,' olJ h. >-
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, I ARCHERY was a popular spoil at the camp. These three: Scouts
TREE HOUSE built true outdoor
conducted the tour. From left theaie. in fashion, without nails was con-
on a Lisa StuidiventLynda .
reporter
Unkeless and Lynda Smith They before their strutted by Jeff Thomas (I). Bob Rudy. and Rickyintci' (up in the
posed
I targets archery house) who is the center of attraction for the young Gill Stouts sur RUNNING WATER after you man the pump,
eying the constitution During th!! "undee-construction per od" the of comse I vnda Unkeless ((1)I) and Lynda Smith I

J 1/r"/ I;\\ \\.rl!! iTt't 1'1 1Tt\\\? \ tree house was off limits for the young scouts, demolish for the photographer.
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Ft\L -LItJ Day Camp

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__ Canoeing, archery, millinery, tlvltles, and freedom to work off
N i+ a carving basket weaving first youthful energy, topped off with
aid Instruction, tree house build. big dishes of homemade Ice
lag, cooking -you mention It cream, another first for num. J r
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were all a part of the activity ber of scouts t / Y
w which 60 Girl Scouts enjoyed at A number of out-of-town senior
; r 1 Camp Tlmberford this past week. Scout assistants participated In
the camp activities, including an
Brownies, juniors, cadettesand overnight experience on Wed.
senior Scout troops were nesday The Cadette Scouts heldan f..
: :. all represented. The camp was ,
overnight camp on Friday.
_ _
;; one of a number held on the A NEWS reporter visiting Al.IIEADQUARTERS
southwest coast of Florida this Camp Tlmberford on Wednesdaywas r .
summer. Others were held In greeted by three members of
FiL Sarasota and Fort Myers, a com. the Scout reception committee, x -. 'I .It.
: mon custom further up the coast, with the announcement, "We are but last week's Day Camp pro. to conduct you on a tour of the
....r( ..r-- t. ; .,.. -- ject was first for Naples Scouts camp" tent for the Cadette Troop was A behlve of activity
SENIOR SCOUTS from ot/tof-town participating in the Day Camp, The days were fiUed with elsa. Briefly, the photos tell the but one unidentified young lady paused long enough to steady the

from Idt.I'C Maii Alice Paiard, Bradeijton ; Sara Blanchard, sea (l Instruction. Jn_Scout ac.'story'. of. the. tour,*.. ,... ... .v..,. flag for a picture. 1.
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TOO MANY COOKS spoil the broth, but kibitzers are allowed. No Jeannette Iverson (c) shown treating a skinned knee. Lynda Unke- I I
doubt, this group will In' able to turn out delicious charcoal broiled less, center seriously contemplates the situation as she awaits her turn.

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SPECIAL VISITOR to Camp Tlmberford last A TRIBUTE TO JOHN f.
Wednesday was Air Force Master Sergeant Robert KENNEDY II Soli",,.,' mn4
C. Smith who has just turned to Naples aftera Vontciir
)'ur'. tour of duty In Greenland, But where '
else could he go? Betty Smith, bis wife was an 41
instructor in the arts and ,crafts: class, twins Lyn. ,, # .ti' ,, FROM
da and Lydice were enrolled as campers ; Robert, LITTLB .
a Jr., was a young fellow roaming the whole campso ,
4.'- +y4Ti.. .- Y.laif.es.e" tM Wf.f r .. '" that left the sergeant and youngest of the .SPARKS..

ARTS AND CRAFTS occupied this group when th<' ,rl,porter \lsitedth family, Vertyce Marie, to entertain themselves I GIANT FOIII'l''
< I.'hlck"c" sheltering this act)," itv Senior scouts. Brn' nies, Cadettes Sergeant Smith will go to Homestead Air' Base for .'JF1..rIJ )
nil can learn skills at this spot At left is Mrs, Betty Smith, instructor a tour of duty following a brief stay In Naples Every Scout camp has one *FIRES GROIN
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\\II txrcAOO. I A bright It Is bring presented bv ,in Youngsters Toil to Play at World's Fair
Future Voters In No
blue-iu.wMte bumper dr.I 11! ...II 1! i ,imptm: to students who HurryTo ,

bear,*; a mortar l hoard! and! t niplete the preset'Ibexl driver

a. steering wheel deslun and the Mining( .IIISH (In high schools Gilbert Youth Service Take the case of the Plpeitone. ed the Harlem Globetrotter; ,it

motto "$r hOt'll'd In Sa t"II" inn In llln! "ls. Indiana. Wisconsin Cast Their First BallotsBy Give a band of teenagers a MInn.. High School Concert Band. a benefit

j be the newest 1 1tdlth ..ymnolaDMnrthe ,,I ,uid Michigan.taterlb.I company good and sufficient reason for 100 strong Plpestone. the band The day before their perfoim.

high scho.l., drlving.et. plan' tn extend the awards to mating money, and they'll work director hastens lo explain is ante, they arrived bv train took

.... mi.si' other |ports of the cmintrx. their heads off. In the southwest corner of I quick look at Greenwich Village.

A lot of them are doing It for Minnesota, population 6000. and then proceeded to rehearse
. DAD- TAKES' BACK StT a chance to take their trombones, Ai noon the next day they presented
NEW YORK wnen ito come.; and
lautliHM drivers In thestrmiliteil SUfi and clarinets to the World's To make their Fair appearance a top-fllghl concert In the
safe driving, teenagers are. .
'rll"I'IIIIIIII'.1111"! b Fair In New York. the band had to raise band shell Next morning thnwere
way ahead of their I parrot.atIveat with i !
trip t'xjx'its! ilIum thin Every' day at the World's Pair, $13,600. So plans were launchedlast back on the train heading
II in economy inn I Ithe trsts at this result
to high 10' boll dolt bur' at least one of thl'.nl"rprlslnr October The kids workedat west, while another group move
World's Fult"Tf'pn'lIfl'trl ruiiniesotrnMi.... him ,, ,
, ., tcin' ".1,1ludnting musical\ groups arrives to give a everything. They picked corn In, from Follansbee. West Va,
are msonUcnrliig filthsafe ( ; men In (I th.' to'%" it the public performance. They may by hand in the fields, after the Seymour Conn.. Racine Win, ..
bolll 'Hits as ,
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get onh a fleeting glimpse of picker had finished and sold or one of a 100 or more towns

New: York, and less of the Fair their crop They had a big money- where the citizens point with

c:4lJl1elle C. A/inn but thev've had thetrdayof glorv. raising event when they sponsor. 'pride to their high school hand
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By Eugene Gilbert 'alii \nr C'>r\ 18 ol Danlah of Hjgerstown Md.. thinks
7, President, Gilbert Youth 'la,
points out that
teenagers 'tverv
Research Inc, voter Khuutd' be able to
rT urn expected) to r.ataxes and at least. rend and be able to
the the laws and( adds! "Some comprehend and to write"

c Despite retent proposals! to tien-iiKers I know are more Dave Baron |17. of holt

lower the voting tig, most voting mature than some adults." Wayne. Ind., argues +\ou don't
people tulav are umtent to wait
have to go to school to know
until 21 to go In the polls SEED EXPFHIENCE politics" =
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That's, especially true of the Speaking fur the 66 per cent Thofae who feel voters should ROg ,,-
In The Moorings girls. When w., talked tecently of the bow and girls who favor have u minimum amount of _

r to 1250 been-sgrs wv found the leaving the voting age where It schooling generally agree with

A quality home with two tremendous bed bow much more anxious to vote Is, David Koelllng 16, of Steve Mover, 16, of Geneva, N.Y.

room wings separated by spacious living, dining than the gliU. Seventy-two put Chicago, says "Good Judgment who says, IOU a person doesn't A MORE ENCHANTING VALUE CANNOT fOUNp

and Florida rooms designed to accentuate tent of ttw Kit')!* favor leaving seems to com from ago and know anything about America'shistory ; !
the voting ago, where It Is. but experience" anti the present policiesof It's geographically located almost direct'center I In beautiful tfsplei Yh lush
freedom of and overlooking a beautiful
space !18 per tent of the buys think Jan Grunderson 1'1. of Seattle this country he should not tropical foliage surrounding this home Include five bearing coconut trees, a
yard completely landscaped for privacy The you should have to lie 21 I to noun stresses the need for maturity. be allowed to vote" huge poinclana. Royal Palms and many other exotic plantings. Our Illustration
kitchen and laundry is completely equippedwith ThuMH teen who did feel the "Even at 21 many people are not cannot dhow the shimmering lake on the opposite aide with beauty beyond

the finest Frigidaire appliances. The ultimate voting age should be lowered I mature enough to decide the fate However, Stan Miller 16, of description. The houne la CBS constructed with"all brass stripped ternsto

in comfort is assured by reverse cYfleair generally ugreed it should Iw set of a country," she explains. Miami Beach FU., claims floors a spacious 18'x24' genuine cypress paneled living room 3 large

conditioning. The transition from formal to ut II. although nine per untNUItlfItIlI..d Wv asked the teens what they "People can still have an Idea bedrooms, 2 tile balha, S large cedar lined closets and a luxurious\ kitchen, with
about politics without electric store and refrigerator. The wide carport la 23' deep and the palls
reading
a ronipromltu) age of think of some of the voting requirements .
simpler Florida living is effected gracefullyin all or without a formal educatl*" I. 19 lone. All this on a huge 84' s 147 lot that Is extremely valuable as an
19. Virtually the bovi !and that exist haw
or
this charming spacious home beautifully investment In new, fast growing Naples. You'll lire only 2 blocks from 5th
girl*-93 per 't'nl-Ihlnk it been proposed. Sixty-five The boys and girls had seven it
decorated by fine carpeting and drapes whichare percent Are. shopping and only a few block from the Gulf flaking pier, beaches,
should be the same for men and would require a literacy suggestions for raising the num.
included the but firm priceof Crayton Ccve Yacht Basin or historic 3rd Street bUill nil..
in equitable
women. test and about the same number bet of people In the United States
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Priced at only $24,500, we feel that yon can't find I better value. You are
3750000. Sunlit of the youngsters -63 per cent-think a minimum who vote. Several support the Invited to inspect It.BILL. '

mostly boys-think that It it amount of schooling should be.required suggestion of Don Grant, 15, of

young man Is old.enough to Join I. A vast inajoilty-91 Mitchell, S. Dak. Don thinks "the

:4..nelte C. lUinn, 'leu/'or the armed forces at 18, he Is old per r..nt-ot the toys and girls government should jive an

enough to vote As Theodore H. nay there Is no need for property income tai exemption or re LOACHI ,

Q 1IZ5 Eighth 81reet South 0 Warns IT of Oklahoma City owneiship or minimum income ward" to those people who vote.
OkU, puts. It. "If we can die at voting qualifications! Eileen Bernstein 1'1. of
MI 2.6571 and MI 2.4570WI for our country w. should haw Supporting the need for a liter DorcMter, Mass., proposes fl.,- REALTOR

a cube In running It.. acv test Noelttt Gann, 1'1. Ing all those who have no valid

I excuse for not going to the polls. 658 5th Ave. So. Phone MI 2-6151 I
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upon is that you have found a house to promptly on your loan application. All approved

your liking that you wish to buy transactions are completed without

needless red We know that
delay or tape. you
2. If you'd rather build your home-that's
want to close the deal and into
move your
okay, too! We will finance your home whether Hundndt of.flof pratog Uyt and .Inlets bags st your
home as soon as you can. And we're here to Ira for ncO-DMt......
your dream house is already built or just on own ornate snchant*-a ptradnt
cooperate in every way!
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the drawing board. 1.--. k toady M Ik*wctar,

flail, M wtIM, lad Mmd. by day utihtiM.
3. Wheh you are ready to buy or build your You see, it's easy to get a home loan at
Royal Harbor wKkto N.pk.City limas
home come right Federal when follow these simple
; Naples you
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over to Naples .' instructions.

Federal and -7- tat wary lot puiduMr,Royal Harbor wad tnU\ a baring

dock fn*of th.rp. Of, ?you ........contribute
tell us about t the IUM amount wad th oontnicttoa of* dip
Naples Federal Sayings and Loan Association; u
.it. Brag a little, if you like. Be \ 3t 6 big reasons why
chartered by an agency of the U. S. Government, HommtM ar* prod Iron W.400 la 119,900a -

just as proud of your prospective new home It u 9 community enterprise in which all who' wida rungs to suit yw Individual. Ute awl Medal

as you want. We understand. We've helped participate, in sayings; or loan account are mem- so people
many The prim*tayfront, location off... you u opportunity tor
a great many of your neighbors in the f financ ben of the association contributing; to the "outhing a mad btm today IbM will b. wwlk hr_____.
of their homes. and liability Collier County Savings account
new (Confidentially, we'll inFASHIONABLE
at Naples Federal are backed by mound management are buying t.out and air Royal Harbor-Uk* U141 tnd

probably be bragging a little, too. We'reproud and insured up to $10,000 by the Federal turn Huth ..8 ndpip f StiwL TikphoM ktqulrM.OB .

of our record of home loans of our Sayings A Loan Insurance Corporation an agency AIM to**, dm. Mgrr Enb Blod Mt at
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JaUIIII ttit. h'arrtte i, : smoking COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
Study Effect Of 3B
f ws 1 hAr 11I1111 h'"' 'althSurci .
VEGLEB'S SmokeOn "'i (f'I1f'ra1 Luther L,
Cigarette Torn sail Thursday' that the Sunday. July 1(, 1984
Living Tissue National Cancer Institute had
awarded more than $300,000 to windpipes laboratory) animals
V.) Jt\ N E R 57 MARION SORENSEN 1r WASHINGTON (AP)-Th 1 support these I) tidiest posed to cigarette smok*.
Public Health Service has announced .1 A 107,53r contract to New A 104,448 contract to Had*.
three new r.**arehprijects York University Medical Centerto ton Laboratories, Fat's Church
Into how dgarMt Isolate and Identify chemicalsin Va., to help evaluate the rela
smoke affects living tissu.*. tobacco extracts and smoke tion of tobacco smoke, nickel
The studies involve areas in 1 that may act as indirect cancer dust and oronlwd hydrocarbons
One cannot quit bowling in the berger used a 214 for a 583. MIXED MAJORS -- For the which the surgeon gneral's advi -' agnts
middle of a game Just because Edna Simpson was close to that Majors It was Red Lord with a i !."ry committee on smoking A 1103,375 contract to Food MOVING TO t LORI DATLeweat
he she and health Indicated more Inter*1 and Research Laborato. Rate_Bonded Drivers
or Is Drug
not bowling well 600 when she tossed a 582-201- 585-233 and for the Majorettes
that in it Ion waa needed The can' rls, New York, to investigate Modern Equipment Sam
particular night. All of 215. Melba Cornell shot a 558- Lll Miller 552-196. GusSeaberg
said In last
nuttee a report
changes liking place in the Rate
us feel at one time or another 211, Lucille Lord 536-202 and produced a 584-211. Tex Kaver- pie Between Naplestwit
that we are holding ourteam back Ethel Jones 507 with two 173 man 571-213 and Bill Jones 5t3- aai 20001ba4000lba.Coat .
because we might not be d ria +-' bowling games. Hazel Abrahamson hada 205. Ethel Jones listed a 417119. 1
welL 209 loner, Buck Perry 205, Sue Tlllman 471-169. Ann New York $201.20 1382,40
There must be a legitimate TO GIVE EXHIBITION 1IFRF; Tommy Tuttle, Chicago 120120 138240
excuse Leon Snyder and Ken McConkey Fuller 466-163 and Mary Jo '
,such as an 204 OIK' of Amei'\icn s outstanding bowling professionals Cleveland $1S960 1359.20
emergency phone each. Fred Sheets 203. DJ. Gibbs Dot Donelson 467. Ev
call, an Illness or an accident Salmon 201 and Joe Salmon 190- Baldwin fired a 225HarryClou- a will give an exhibition and free clinic at the Serving all northern points
that prevents the bowler from 199. Ed Busceml reached a 197. ser 209, Moon Mullins Gene Hiooksido Bowl, SatuidaJuh' 25: A native of and Florida Including Naples,
continuing the game. Red Lord 196.Jerl Jerabek 189 Tlllman 210 and Pop Boyd 206. North Carolina, Tuttle counts among his bowl- Fort Myera, Punt Corda,
and Juanita Snyder 160. The The Fllntstones have 29 out of hog accomplishment. one sanctioned :300 gameas Charlotte Harbor, Sarasota
a a aIn Mark Missers have taken 631/2 40 points. Smith Family 25, Tex well as being winner of the $10000 Carlmtf etc Write for rates and coat
the next few weeks the lea- out of 117 points. Three Strikes and His Spurs 22, Bumsteads Bottling Classic and was a finalist in the 1Porid'aInvitational estimates from any city to
gues will be calling their meet- and a Miss 621/2 Bowlers Four Terry and the Pirates 21 each Tournament for which he had a quahfuiitf any Florida point or call colIrct .
Ings for the purpose of getting and No Taps 581/2 each. Big Popeyes 20, Peanuts Felix average of 220 for *?6 games. The exhibitions Phone 862.1121.
the winter leagues together Four 571/2, Pin Busters 561/2 19 each, Snuffy Smith 15 and which still be free and open to the public
When you receive your card for Hookmasters 551/2 and Gutter- Palookas 11. will be at :2 :30 and 8 p.m next Satuiday TERMINAL VAN LINES
325 *lh Street, South
such a do
meeting not put it snipes 541/2.
to one side-mark it on your Calendar EARLY BLOOMERSStar St. Petersburg, Florida

as an important meeting for the morning was Terry Mur-
to attend, and BE therel I nan with a 530219. HazelAbra-
hamson totaled a 497-178,Louise
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a Wolford 480-171 and Mary Jo
Terry Murnan.presidentofthe Gibbs 476. Marie Weaver recorded -
NWBA, has announced several two 182 games, Vera Lee
meetings to be held In the future 174, Patsy Robertson and Myrtle
that are Important! If any of Brack 170 each Wanda Jones 161 WHO 1t&hbJI 44 1NL'
these are of concern to you check and Louise Kline 141. The Snap knows best.
them on your calendar Dragons have taken 24 out of 32 .
July 27th--an executive board points. Dandy Lions 23, CreepIng -
meeting at BrooksIde Bowl. Charlies and Daffy Dillies
August 10th an NWBA meeting 19 each. Bleeding Hearts 161/2,
--Installation of officers and Weeping Hibiscus 13, Crazy
presentation of pins, Tahitian Daisies 11, Sandspurs 101/2 and
Lodge. The Three Roses 10
August 31st -- Secretarial LADIES COMMERCIALElaine --
workshop for all officers, time Sheldon bowled like a
and place to be announced later. pro using a 192 game for a 533
October 3rd--All member set. Mary Armbrust came up .I..A \:
workshop-time and place to be with a 482-171 twice. Ann Davis \
announced. had a 482-181. Juanita Sny- i
If you are--or should be a der and Hazel Abrahamson had WHAT
participant at these meetingsyour Identical games of 481. Juanitahad to build. .
presence is required. Many a 175 high and Hazel 178.
things which come up require a Dee Shimer tossed a 465-171.
quorum and if this is not pos Barb Hayes 175, Joyce Jones o.i'., ,t ,..
sible then there is no sense In 170, Peggy Yahl Marcie Wine-
having the meeting. brenner 166, Nancy Keen 158. .
Your league and association Martha Vaughn had two nice <
work hard prepare these meet- games 166-156 Georgia Pear-
ings and If you are an officeror man 152.Marie Shults 154,Eileen
even a member, you are obligated Wheeler 151, Ruth Campbell 155 I
to attend. and Alice Llnd 150 TrallClean-
ers have won 26 of the 26 points
BROOKSIDE BOWL Ing rams 22,Corw In Shells 211/2,
Tommy Tuttle Tournament Publlx 20, Keystone Builders 18. I
still continuing. Who will bowl Brehms Atlantic 171/2. First
with or against this star on July National Bank 17, Bank of Naples -
25th at Brookside Bowl?? 16, Tamlaml Motel 15 and
Conditioned Air 7.
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There are always Interestingevents PINE LANES ..q. -

going on--why not check( Don't forget--the lanes will ...." ,.. ....- "
and find out in which ones you be closed Jult20,21-22. for their ,
l might like to participate In. 'face-ltfttngj-p- >' '.' ..I- ,
GULF SHORE --Joe Salmon .
topped everyone as he tossed a S a
255 for a 568. Ron Townsendand A Rock 'n Bowl will be held .'4
Francis Hall each came up for teenagers July 25. It will _. >> . .... 111I .
with a 564 set Ron using a 216 start at 8 p.m. and continue ... ,) .
and Francis games of 209211. nil ?? There will be bowlingand w( M. $ j'.
Bill! Hyder tossed a 558-202. a record hop. Sounds like

Arvll Holland 550-227 and Guye fun. l ..l.I ., /" .
Daniels 545-215. Gene Tessler \ < f"- ..,.',! ... .., " ...__
listed a 213 loner Dude Spicer a .
211, Buck Perry 210, Bob John- CONTRACTORS --Leading the
son 207, Carroll Arnold Bill field with games of 214-223-200
The Riviera
Overhultz 203, Don Chesser 200, for a 637 was DJ. Salmon. Bud
John Stull 205, Fred Redenbaughand Hogue produced a a583-189Glenn 4 'Bvdrotnn' 3 Billi tI'lur
Marvin LeMasters 193. Mor- Roome 563-211, O.B. Osceola $17,990 .
ris Garrell had his first league 560-235 Jack Hatcher 559-202 llunipiile ; : '
200, a 203. Using a total of 36 and Chuck Field 555-221. Jack : HOW t
points the Mixed Grocers have Breeden fired a 213 single, John to build . .
won 26,Wimp's Texaco 24,Townsend Garvin 196, Tommy Thompson
Produce 23, Fire Birds, 191. CC Boyd 193, Moon Mul-
Standard Oil and Gulf Coast Mo- lins and Willie Huber 190. Witha ..- ...---.--- -
tors 19 each, Naples Police 18, target of 32 points Moons Masonry r M

Boat Haven 151/2, Kwlk Chek have 23, Roome Rollers ,'.,.... I f" iJB8, | T5..r
14, Naples Floor Coverings 13, 22, Hatcher Construction 21Ca- n "
Yahl Bros. 121/2 and Paul's dillac Amaco 15. Pauls Tex- '" ..... ( .
Texaco 12.COUPLESThe. aco 14,Shields Builders 13,WIldcats .d
Pikes were 13 and Stone Builders 11. : h .!', I !
high with a team total of 1178, TV LEAGUEKay Hier starred rwn" ,
Mike having a 558-193. The with a 504-198 and Gen 1 L1..1.lto. I
WHERE. ''t r
Kings posted a 1168 with the aid Dunn had a 475-169. Grace t; Nn srnrrp"r'I'
of Monty's 498-187. Ike Wol- Brack registered a lone 162, . II 'rar _
-ford had a nice 180. Bonnie Wlnaker" 157 Fay Hat- y
MIXED CLASSIC Splashing cher 151,Marie Shults 157,Nancy a
the pins around for games of Leiter 155. Eldress Stahlman, b SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL/ .' .a.v-

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48 COLLIER ('OliN'NEWS S ,ruhv, July 19. I1U! Plan Mobile Lab |

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YORK (AP) :... People about another play as much." nauts on the moon A mobile laboratory
keep witching Herli Gartner. and a "lunar hOPI>r'|
Aside Hum laughing lourtlj
All da; long. He didn't exllw, t ewe tor short flights rThese
and spoiling t take one dav, eiIEDEAI
this. are among 32 project) J
Gardner hu readily' to
"It's the big ilfitren e be adjusted being studied for possible &L
the scripting demallds of movie
a tweets rehearslig j play| 01' making after Apollo spacecraft land t.'nl
Broaduaand making a mo. first astronauts on the moon
vie," the young author reportedthe I "I've made some "hanbes: AS Parallel studies of the me 11&
4 wr other da"I \. the result of things that I moon laboratory, or Mu.,
sit down there In a cornerof learned during the Broadway have been ordered from the|
:'I the set..-.nd II I don't smile, run," he sa\i. Boeing Co., Seattle, and the |
; 50 or 60 people think some. Having been a cartoonist lot Bendix Corp., Ann Arbor, Mki.
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thing's wrong." sevenears (dul'hllt'hkh he under contracts $800,000ea Gardner amiably' des t Abed I created that wldel\ known clan The Molab would permit the I
the differences between the 'ieatlve 01 hapless dopes "The Nebbisli men to work In shirtsleeves and
processes of stage and I es"), he finds a reiUtn affinity Q How do I teach my Porroktel would have an air-locked exit so
bli (Fit screen writing." His comed\ "A between cartoons and movie. moon explorers could go out in I
1 1' Thousand Clowns," Is I being; making. to talk?Marion Sick, Col urn- space suits! and gather soil and
I filmed In the New York area.It ''I leel more' comfortable see. but, Ohio rock samples It would be land. |
was his first BrodIVa.how.. Ing things In a frame," Gardner CI ed on the moon by a modified
( "It's crazy," he says of the 1 explains. "The problem in both A Thrtt thlngl ore nc"ory and* version of the lunar excursion I
Jr. way in which the comedy has Is deriding how many picturesdo htalthy, ml.llij.nl bird" pet.ncI old module, or Lem, a section of the
monopolized his attention fur f p.lilion Moll Porrakteli Oft which be
I need to tell the audience Apollo will used to
five years (half the time being what they need to know? with, o guoront Idol' they",learn l 10 carry two astronauts from the
needed to find backers). "Drawing com'<' strips, I usedto lolk within, o given, hm.. Sordl that art mother ship to the moon mr. |
.1 "I never expected such In. draw three times a. manyas too young (und.f see"..kll.l moulting, face
volvement. After this moUe, I I needed ind then choose coughing or lick' mill nol tolk Your bird Bell Aerosystems Co., Buf.
expect to retire from 'Clowns,' panels that told the best-or will, learn more reodly d Ih.rt ore no Palo, N.Y., has a $199,333 con.
r and I'll probabl never care leastBLOSSOMING ?' other b rdl near to dulroct' him You tract to study the lunar hopperIn
U/f must ,.l.cl o Uw short simple, phrowiondrtpeolthtmogamPndogoin addition to short flights on
rr >1 y r ase .Don't' the moon It could be used as an
emergency vehicle to get back
r try to leach him, a lot of wordat on.
to the Lem If the Molab mil.j
lime You can put the words on tap functions.
and ploy 1110 Hit bird lel'd' all, you
ton buy 0 record from your pet t ilor INMATES' GRADUATION
which will hov lull milrucl oni. The
A view of the colonial-styled living room In the Waverly model home , I" normal, Int.lligtnl, bird should not take ASHLAND youthful minute Ky AP* of) -the Seventeen Fedi .
featuring the authentic Chimney Corner Group by Bassett Furniture Co, lony.r than 'lour monthi l.arn all d ml 'Correctional Institution at
EXCLUSIVE with Naples Furniture Co. the words and phrases on th.rtcordtut nearby Summit are the firm h<<<
don b. d'toppo,ni.d i il Inlet receive the equivalent of a high
several w..l of rtp.tillon before h. school education. in this. dtlen-
toys hit lust word lion center.
The iemer: hall had an educai .
i tonal I program for ease time hut
The coffee tree is one of the the first that Ken.
This in year
NAPLES FURNITURE CO. :7 ri.r' are plants that can bear lucky hUll recognized the program

.fL the both same ripe and timeQualify .unripe fruit at h>' jI.antinjl.dlplomlK; ,



h "nsfr the men it Imperial. ."

proudly a /;7invites i Can a little mother find True Happiness a home

under $20,000 In this modern house near

schools she will Two bedrooms, and large living

room, each air conditioned, on a charming street
:t/ of quiet homes. Extra room separate from the

house for guest or playroom, Listed at $15,700
you :

+ A whisper of advice to fashionable Neapolitans

1' .. see this home for a family who cares about
; "'" r where they live and how they live. Two bed

ry t srwt rooms, 2 baths, with a den, tastefully furnishedand

TO VISIT THE just an easy amble to the beach on 15th

: t III Ii Ave. So, Listed at $29,500.

I .J'' ....., Not enough room for visiting friends and relatives
? Why not build a duplex or even a small
MODEL HOMES apartment so they can really enjoy their visit?

Better yet, rent the extra space and you enjoy ,
r" the income See these 2 waterfront multifamilylots

r in Oyster Bay just reduced from $6,000.
r e listed at $5,000 eachIMPERIAL,
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rw'p MUSICIAN, Mary Spokish swings
a mean hip and plays a crazy tune with Gabriel's nelu ...- ao/llwre -
trumpets, one of more than 5000aileties of flow-
ers blooming in full symphony at Flo1' da's Tropi '
GOLDEN GATE ESTATES.a cal Garden in St Petersburg Mary, who was II 1'1 PROPERTIES
named "Miss Sunken Gardens of 1961," can ac. II p2i9
tually play five different instruments and has been
dancing: professionally for 11 )'eal'8. Ninth St, So. Phone MI 2-212S
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furnished by our decorating staff ::: : Growing

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OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

telecommunication service provides tremendous Impetusto Dl /'OlJe
the growth of an area and its businesses as exemplified here penny

Gates by the new PBX installation In the busy headquarters of Golden eno 1 Qllzae u ree


In keeping with Increasing telecommunications requirements of
Naples and Collier County residents and businesses, INTER-COUN
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jp Jr dollars for improvement and expansion of facilities
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Furniture C 8:30 '.m. until 6 p.m. The program includes additional local and long distance equipment,
o. Open Friday until 9 p.m. outride plat: distribution cable, additional buildings, as well as
CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS service to new areas It is evidence of Inter-County's strong belief
i In the continued growth of Naples and Collier County

Your Psrtnern, Pro'ass,
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS PilOSE 1\11 2.3040 I

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61 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, Jut 1!. 1984 before hand facilitate admission.

Summer Reruns Back On Air
are maintained. This Is the g--Are women Veterans eligible
VA office which authorized your for VA benefits? -

payments. If you move to ano- A-Yes. Women veterans are ,
ther regional office area, the eligible for the game benefits Until Demo Take Over TV
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VA will transfer your recordsto and under the same conditionsas - -- .. -- -. . r
this new regional office after men. HOLLYWOOD (AP) And according to the audience rat. + '"tttlrtc'tA
you report the move. now, back to the summer re. Ings of the Republican conven.
Q Does the VA requirea
nn runs. tlon, remain the most popular
,, I Q-How do you get a vet
CORNER. eran who requires medical cash down payment tit be The television networks have newscasters. They constitute a
made by the Veteran in packed up their millions of dol. stalwart duo.
"litre are authoritative ans treatment Into a VA hospital? connection with a va loan for lars worth of electronic gear In Chet Huntley, born 52 years I
wets by the Veterans Administration A-The veteran admission purchase ot a home? San Francisco. Schedules have ago In Cardwell, Mont., Is the
to questions from former sician applies for A -- No, but the lender may reverted to the endless replaysof senior member, having clocked
servicemen and their fam- which is forthcoming If he Is require one. winter shows. With the television 30 years of broadcasting. He Is

UlestQ eligible, needs hospital care Q .- May a lender require news staffs resting up for the hard news expert with a
-Where should I send a and a bed Is available. (In from the veteran security In the Democratic National Con. sober manner that sometimes
change of address notice for service-connected cases bed addition to the being motion In Atlantic City, N.J., borders on weariness.
my compensation check? It is always available) In case purchased property next month, It'' Is time to as. Brinkley, 44, a native of Wll.mlngton .

copies from some place In Chi- of a sudden emergency the A .- This Is between the seas their performance at this N.C., supplies the light
week's Republican affair. touch and is Incisive without
cago. veteran may be taken directlyto veteran and the lender. While
Four years ago, the televi slonnew.men being arch.
AYou should mall the hospital but someone
your the Veterans Administration
seemed to be pr..slnctheir CBS relies on a single headman
change of address notice for any acting for the veteran should does not require additional security power. Reporters tried to the fluent Walter Cronkite.
VA payments to the VA Regional communicate with the VA hospital it does not object If the stir up controversy where nonee Born 47 years ago In St. Joseph,
Office where your records by telephone or telegraph veteran Is willing x 1 s t e d. Backgrounding was Mo., he keeps a firm hand on
sometimes shallow. Camera the multitude of events He Is yJ i{
crews and interviewers often aided In analysis by the distinguished .
used obvious muscle in getting Eric Sevareld, perform.
at their stories.It log the function fulfilled by Ed.
was different at San Fran. ward R. Murrow at previous
Cisco last week. All three net. conventions 41 'I ,
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Best Wishes works operated smoothly and ABC fielded Its new team x ,t t i Vz
with little of the self-conscious Howard K. Smith, 47, born In
ness of past conventions.The Ferrtday, La., a former mem.
smooth performance was bar of the CBS team; and Ed. 1
due to careful planning, expert ward P. Morgan, 54, from Walla
to crews, and the steady hands of Walla, Wash., and long a top. ;:
the star commentators, who notch radio commentator Their
SEVEN.YEAR-OLD Edith Rogers -- that's right, seven years old -
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perhaps deserve a more dlstln.gulshed performance was a trifle self
term than anchor men. conscious, but their skill de. is shown in a symmetrical back dive off the board at the Beach Club '
The Huntley-Brlnkley team, served more than the reported nool as nine-year-old sister Marie looks on. They are visitors from I

Golden GateIt STATUS FOR CHEFS 15 per cent share of the ratings.<< Tampa staying at the Beach Club Hotel. (McGrath photo)

VANCOUVER (AP-CanlAdlan J

chefs want and deserve profeational '
recognition says GottliebDambach New Dessert for Short-Order Cooks HEALTH
,president of the AssoC -
is not often that project of such
a let Ion t>f Chefs de Cuisine of I
British Columbia. ; ',
scope and imagination comes to an area. Dsmbschhesdchefofthe Bay TOPICq-

chore Inn here says chefs \
The lower Florida West Coast and our deserve the same professional I
flatus aa doctors and lawyers. \ \ $.rioI'i nut ll.K-1.1 ol Mtdlcmr.
own Naples can be truly proud. We are It takes longer to train a good 11 Your. riila.Local Uriliral Mriluul A..oclluon.. SKictjr mil tie
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chef than it doea to train a good .
ALWAYS EAT BREAKFAST
have the and lawyer, he and. A c hef like a i
pleased to supplied carpets .
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doctor, har to keep on learning. a M I in) authorities think that
breakfast m the most
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area rugs in the motel and model homesin pot-washer"I'm still "learning things from Ma Hue U why.

Dambach, 33, helped organize '2 WI d During sleep: lla body is it
this development and look forward to the Canadian Federation of rot f Iliail: .Tenon lows up
There 1 is usually a drop. in Mood
Chefs, now awaiting a federal w 1 pressure. \\itli the start of thel.iys
its continued growth. charter, the first step toward < aclmlics: however, mori
professional status. energy: in needed. JMIHC treat--
In Europe every chef is a professional ; jg rt last lollous (lie loiiKcst periodof :
says Dambach who time \\itlioul eatinti/ tins first
meal Incomes equally: nnpoi-
came to Canada from Switzerlandin \
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1954. ? I
He says the federation would a Studies have been made to
like to sea an apprentice system show that workers who oinilbreakfast
introduced in Canada to train there\ i Is increasedfatiKue : f,
fiCtp/cs jr/oor Covcrin3s future chefs. irritability reduced \
work increased
------ output tremors
'I PJlillhItS und 1 blowing. down of reaction
12 /h tune. All these factors {,!lace
[UNFIT rDURDRIVIR'S % additional strain on the body
"19 Years of Dependability" \ LICENSE. t and tend to increase one *
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880 Sixth :Av.nua ' --PhoM Ml 2.4056't' \\BMTH MONTHUt' \\ do tome person' mint
i breakfast Some, wishing I tu
lose weight, erroneously believe
". J ,' "' .i'VI":: > . ':.U. v..t"'I\IN'' that skipping this important
.., ---. ., 1 ; .':;, 41 meal will hurry long Ilia
: '\'" w ," _', QUICK DESSERT A package i : o{ lime.flavored pie filling, a new product: inspired weight reduction Others get up
,' ''J/ at tile last minute, hurry ahoulip.
West lime used with raspberry to create
1. by Key pie is a saute : parfaits their dressing, gulp I bit r v

food if they bother < ta all, and ** .
In our own tell \it hen we Deal egg whites :\lii' ',loamy.': '; dash off to their de l iy's activi--
By CECILY BROWNSTONE used the pie filling in a Lime Gradually bent in the remaining lies
Editor
Associated Press Food
Raspberry parfait. Such a pretty 1 4 cup sugar; continue to heut How much breakfast should
IIOME COOKS of the hurt-- combination it made snowy- until very olilf. hold into cooled you have It has (been estimated
order variety may be interested green layers laced with carnet! pie-filling mixture that from uuc-fourth to one-:
in a new packaged product third of the day's nutrients
Dram from thawed
PARFAITI -
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I LIME RASPRFRRY syrup
should! be taken in the first
lime-flavored pie filling. package (U I 2 ounces) lime Turn the cornstarch; into meal Thus ., '
with servings of
One of the helpers In our tent
FIRSf4'r flavored pie filling a mall saucepan; mir in u little fruit or fruit Juice, cereal with
kitchen tried this new preparalion 1 2 cup sugur of the raspberry syrup keeping milk, bread allllluller. you will
at home using two packages cold smooth stir have the ,
2 I 12 cups water ; in remaining runp required proteins
of the lime-flavored filling for 2 egg, separated berry uyrup. Cook and mir constantly , carbohydrates fats vitamins
a generous 10-inch pie. The three I package (10 ounce) frozen over moderate. hell until and minerals. With careful
little boys in the family gobbledup raspberries thawed thickened and clear Cool planning, the basic breakfast
the dessert ( home' can be varied with a little
Daddy just
; I tablespoon cornstarch slightly; fold in drained raspberries imagination, which j
from the hospital!) and Sutler may require
Big
4 Turn the pie filling into a some alteration in lomg-estah-
(just out of her teen) also en saucepan, stir in I '4 cup of the Spoon ubolit half of the cooled fished eating customs
joyed it. sugar. Gradually Mir in the cold pie-filling mixture into R parfailglasnea Good breakfast habits are apart
water and the slightly beaten (3 4 cup HIM); add over of good living habits The
FLORIDA #: egg yolks, keeping nmooth. Cook half of the raspberry mixture dividends. they yield to childrenand
L cJ 1 adults alike cannot be duplicated -
moderate
and stir constantly over Spoon remaining pie-filling mix' for beginning the day
YOUR heat until mixture just alarm to lure over raspberry layer; top. with renewed zest and energy,
PHARMACISTSPEAKS boil. If the flavor capsule la un- with remaining raspberry" mixture1 If you want to lose weight skip
dissolved break It with the mm- Chill before nerving. Make betwecn-meal snacks; but t'd t
ins spoon and stir to blend. Cool 8 nerving*. skip a balanced breakfast

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CORPORATION WE ARE HELPING SOUTH FLORIDA


No disease tomes to
3560 9th St., N. Naples Ml 2-6151 mind that creates the horror GROWCONGRATULATIONS
and stlcma of Han-
atn'a. disease (leprosy. ).
For centuries lepers were
considered unclean and
GENERAL CONTRACTORS cursed' by God. In the Mid.
die Area sufferers. of this
disease were outcasts from
social contact and declared toGOLDEN
legally dead.. In fact atone
time In history, It was
r the leper's. lot to wander

on the,_ first phase carrying hopelessly. a, bell'hooded to warn and of GATE !


f9 of the vertical his approach.


We are proud to have had a part in the

f In time, however It was
subdivision of. learned. that the disease
posed extremely. little danger development and building of this city of
of communication and

a:. the and cure possibility offers. of more arrest encouragement . the future by supplying the structural steel


; GOLDEN GATE at any time. In today centuries.' than. for the Golden Gate Club house, and the


handling of all the machine work and

h Supposing just supposing .
you had tired' welding on equipment.
centuries. age and couldn't
ESTATES run down la NAPLES
PRESCRIPTION SHOP
for the prescriptions. which
provide yea so much comfort NAPLES STEEL PRODUCTSEAST
and relief.l Prescriptions
are a specialty at
NAPLES PRESCRIPTION .
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An. North. Phone MI TRAIL MI 2-6179
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for Grand Opening Cocktail CERAMIC TILE INSTALLATION f.; :;
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AMERICAN STANDARD PLUMBING FIXTURES ,
NAPLES READYMIXEDConcrete We are pleased to have furnished building
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Supplied and Installed by :
materials for Golden Gate Estates!

Concrete Products, Steel and Mesh PANKOW PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FULLER INDUSTRIES, INC ?4a;:

Naples, Fla. Residential PlumbingP. Naples Division i1 .,
Box 507 Cape Coral LI 2.21912.2198
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COLLIER COUNTY NEW,.> Sunday, July ls, 1964 First-Aid Course 100 Years AgoSherman

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I <' Tips On ) ,0 Naples! Red Cross ChapterA Repels HoodIn H j

I j Flotilla course In first.aid Instruct.
I .I M tlon sponsored! Jointly by the f,
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I Collie> c "unty Chapter of the to r
i Boating ? USCGA f; Am 011
will i he given at 7t30 o'clockWedne > j;"
\ Members of Naples Flotilla metal container, using! oil or d-t> and Thursday nights, Br) LON K. SAVAGE d i ; 93 of the U.S. Cost Guard Aux kerosene but notgaaollnel! Send Lloyd Mill, first aid chairman countered bj sending another
diary distress rocket flares Confederate Gen John Hood, corps charging toward Decatur
point to several up emergency of the local chapter announced
signals which should be remembered special kits are available for yeaterda WhoM Job It was to defend Allan from Atlanta, and this tune Mr.
.' by all boatmen for boats small boats. ta, was kown everywhere as a Fherson's men turned around
,. Members of the Collier Count,> man who wasn't afraid to fight the treat.
to stave off new
like cars, can and do break down. The latest recognized distress ty Sheriff's Department, the N a-,> It he saw the opportunity, and hI'saw again In the midst t of (the fighting,
Nine times out of ten when It signal for small boats Is that flat Pollen Department, Civil the opportunity 100 year sago McPherson galloped Iowan tic.
happens, there Is someone within of slowly and repeatedly RAISING, Defense units In the county, and this week. noise, rode Into a group of Con.
easy hailing distance to call and LOWERING ARMS OUT the Naples, East Naples, North Not once, but three times did federates and was shot deal from 'a' '
on for help. However, If you STRETCHED to EACH SIDE, Naples and Immokalee Fire! Departments Hood see an opportunity to fijht, the saddle Sherman later wept :
) run Into trouble and there Is no This Is a distinctive signal not are expected to par. and each time, he lent his army) when the body was brought to him t ., .
other boat nearby, there are a likely to be mistaken for a greet' ticlpate In the course. striving out from Atlanta against and sent off a saddened letter to
number of recommended distress Ing. To be more effective, bU Instruction will be given by the larger army of Federal Gen. the 34.year.old McPhei son's
William TecumaehShermanwho
signals to use, depending upon signal should be given from the Hill on the two nJfhts at the fiancee In Baltimore.
rapidly was surrounding the city.
I the equipment you have on board highest vantage point on the boat Pittman Funeral home. Anyone first time .. 48 Meanwhile, Hood's attack again
and upon the visibility at the with consideration given to color interested in taking the course hours after Hood replaced Joe in was new petering divisions out.and Sherman sent
time.If is welcome, Hill said brought up
contrasts. Johnston in command of the Con. artillery himself to check the
your radio works, broadcaston federates at Atlanta. He watched Southern advance, Gen. John
2182 Kcs with "MAY DAY, as Sherman's army crossed "Black Jack" Logan, who sue
MAY DAY." Give your boat's ures you will need per servo Peachtree Creek and fanned out ceeded McPherson, rallied his
name, position, and your trouble Chicken: Just north of the city, and he men, who held off all assaults,
that is broiled or perceived a blunder on Shere until evening came and Hood went
Reversing your flag or ensignso barbecued should be figuredat man's part: Sherman had dlvU back into his city. rr
that It files upside down Is '-4 to Mi bird per person ded his army, part of it under For the next slxda>"sShennan
1 while fried roasted or George Thomas, "The Rock of rearranged his troops, circling
another distress visibleat
signal stewed chicken should be Chickamauga," coming In on the around the city as Hood watched
times, to aircraft. spotlight figured at'.. pound per per. city from the northwest,the other and waited like a cage 1>nx. On
white range light, or a Company Dish part under George W. Schofleld the 28th Hood came out again,
or flashlight, to signal SOS. It's When company comes, it's son.Duck goes at about J and James B. McPherson coming this time to the west, and sharp
3 dots, 3 dashes, 3 dots. Sound only natural to cook a chick. pound per person, while in from the northeast through ly attacked Sherman's lines at
your horn, bell or whistle rapidly en. goose is rated at % pound Decatur. Ezra Church, and again he was I
and repeatedly. Fire a The question Is how much per person.. Turkey is servedat repelled. He had struck out at ''a : +
'I gun about once every minute. chicken about 94 pound per person HOOD ATTACKS his tormentor three times, and /
Light a fire In a pall or other Here are the average fig. Hood attacked immediately, each time he had been beaten back
hoping to defeat Thomas while
with thousands of casualties.
he was separated and then turnon Sherman began a siege, and : ty c''sr '
the others In early afternoon, Federal artillery began booming
his men poured out of their en sending shot and shell Into the
trenchments and slammed into beleaguered city It appeared a
Thomas' army as it straddled matter of time.
Peachtree Creek. Next weeks The Crater. ,
But "The Rock of Chick.
amauga" was at his best in sucha
t predicament.men held steady ,
even when the fighting got County AgendaThe ... : \4M : ..
hand to hand,and Thorn as brought
up artillery and reinforcementsthat agenda for Tuesday's

sent Hood's men retreating meeting of the County Com ALL SET for day soaking the sun and enjoying the water is pretty''
New car? back into the city. Over around mission will be as follows a up
board Florence Imber of Gardens. Florence strikes a pose here
Decatur, too, Schofield and Me. 9am. Reading of Cypress
Pherson charged, and Hood had minutes. with her Japanese umbrella and winning smile.
his hands full. His first attack 9:II a.m. Report of coun '
Your best deal petered out a failure. ty engineer. grees F., eggs will hatch In a
//,1 But Hood was not through yet. 10:00 a.m. Report of coun. a hurry ((44 days), but at 40 degrees -
Next evening, the 21st, he senta ty health and welfare. 7/C. O. "W1fI11reNATURE they need 90 days. Closeto
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Is a bank corps under William J. Har 10:30 am.General businessand freezing ((34 degrees), brook
dee southeastward in the correspondence. 8
sneaking I trout require 150 days to
eggs
Jkl J tI night, circling around below 11:00 a.m. Public hearing
application of Marco Island Dave developelThat I
Decatur where McPherson'sarmy GAL \keer I
Auto Loan lopment Corp. for water and sew. trout are extremely
was moving in. At dawn of age franchise. of hearing, any fisherman will
the 22nd Hardee's
men came
12 noon Recess for lunch. attest. One Incautious step on
swooping In on one of McPher. t
son's corps from the rear. 1:30 p.m. -SIT AS BOARD OF By Ann LaButllle BOWM Lea., a river-bank that sets a pool
EQUALIZATION atrembllng, or a motor run toe
I,' THE BATTLE 2:00 p.m. Review of 1964.65 loud and fast, will scare the wily
\ Again, Sherman's army react. tentative county budget The twilights of July are grey racteristically, they have small fish away. What trout cannot ,
I'f ed with precision. The men under Final Approve and pay bills. and pink, misty with left-over smooth scales, bright body colors do well Is see. It's doubtful
f ..' attack turned around and begain heat haze. Lakes lie fathomless, and an extra little fin behind they can recognize things lOC
\ (.. firing into Hardee'a men with le. The siege of Troy lasted black as ebony. Among;ire; peace- the dorsal one. Like all feet distant or that they have
thal effect, Other Federals came ten years. ful spruces, red-wings, white- the salmonldae, trout are car- binocular vision.
throats and finches twitter their nivorous, feeding on small fish,
'*. goodnlghts. Bats, recently awa crustaceans and Insects. Even GREAT THRILL
'I 01 lave a handsome piece of change by financing that new car through\ Value of the Week kened, skitter over the water. In winter, they are hungry and I've talked to fishermen who've

l nd t |Ste I the year for a new car. Think of the exciting vacation opportunities .*, .... J., ", . This is the fisherman's hour. prowl below the Ice. At times, traveled miles back through the
-f d see us about a low-cost Auto Loan on the most convenient terms. .., IN His boat floats close to the they will even take flies on the Adirondack woods, or climbed
v REAL ESTATEINCOME spring-holes, the cold Inlets, the surface If the Ice Is cut away. high In the Atlas Mountains of
with big rocks, or Idles slowly down If tightly confined trout will Africa to catch full-bodied pink1Jf j
On J car trips protect your money PROPERTY deep channels. !In silhouette Is become carnivorous on their own fleshed "natives." The joy of *. ,
a hunched human figure and a eggs and fingerlings. pulling out a wild fish and eat.

,': AMERICAN EXPRESS if! ...1" ,",(: :: Large multifamily lot on the corner of Linwood delicate sliver of rod. Suddenly Trout commonly spawn In the ing natural meat Is tremendous.
there Is a tightening of Invisible fall, heading up streams-end fivers The pale, flabby products of our
TRAVELERS CHEQUES !'I'i ." ., Ave Sherrl, East Naples, close to the Shadow- line, a convulsive buck- to their own special rif fishjiatcherles are a poor substitute -
' lawn Elementary School This property Is Ideal Ing--then the mercurlalgleam ofa fles. They don brighter colors i : Yet, without stocking,
for a_six-unit apartment house. $3,000 cash trout as It breaks the black and enact a kind of courtship many of our lakes and sports
frcm/t riluai U hit tr ,1'/1. Sptndtblt ivirytvhtrt. Cost-only finny t dollar surface. The female flicks out a nest men would go fishless due to the
,s "CHOICEPROPERTIES :,:/ If It's a "brookle," weights and deposits her eggs. A young fishing pressure today.
i' ABr S f may range as high as 15 pounds, fish ((3-year-old) may only pro- The science propagating fish *
locale. These duce 300 but an old lady thanks '
depending on ( eggs artificially began In 1741,
The Bank of I [22 fORSALE'', northern fighters range from Labrador can lay about 5000. In native to the clever German, JscobL |
Naples to Montana and down Into trout, about 80 per cent are fertile After his results were published ,

>or the mountains of Georgia). A and distributed, Garlick began
|s> "laker", on the other hand, usually Fertilization Is done by the hatchery work In the USA. Today -
Nerving NipIcK and ullirr,, County Since; 1)49 t FOBRENTW averages 10 pounds, although male who swims over the nest there are hundreds of hat- ]
records of 100 poundsare milting the eggs. He will guardIt cherles In this country. .
look For the Time and known, (This species lives tot about three weeks although Other varieties of trout loved -

... Sign ROY SMITH, Realtor In big, cool lakes from Maineto it may take weeks longer by fishermen are the red-throat i i
Temperature e 2'217il Alaska). for the amber-colored ballsto steehead, rainbow, brown, Loch
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Member FDIC 711 Fifth Avenue, South ': Both brook and lake trout belong hatch. Water temperatureIs Laven yellow-finned, cut-throat .,
<:g&WXlWK6&* to the salmon family. Cha- the main factor. At SO de- and Sunapee (golden).



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were no primaries It was here, Bund July 11! mi! COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 91

Political In the GOP conventions, where
Story they made their strike

1 Many GOP leaders simply un. PRIVILEGE CHANCED, I

derestlmated the dedication of TO RESPONSIBILITY

Starts With Ride In RainPart didn't the Ooldwater even take workers.the trouble They to NtW HAVEN Conn (AP) men, hI trifled up hit stilemcnt

visit many of the state conventions Pnvileae hM been rhunged to by siyins J.hUhi4earee holder

one-How it startedBy n-ponmbiltty II( Vile'n Comment i la entitled alt "tha tights and
I r.th-floor hotel room In San i es aped the horrors of Yale
BOB WOOD of the ghettos Over the years, Ooldwater emenl.President! privilege* a degree
tranclsco and oppressive anti-Semitic also had pulled Into his camp h.inin.m Btewiter Not any mote. : <
FRANCISCO AP LowIrtygray
SAN clouds blotted( }out- the Here, behind closed doors In i I laws of his native Kontn, P", segments of the population who It ",ode t alight hut significant The recipient U. now entitled

and an unusual December his suite, he watched Wednes. land, in 1848. never before have been banded i henpr- in the tridii i mil degree- lo si) "the: rights! sn.4 Tesponss.bilitits .
un the southern day night on television his noml. His travels carried him to : 'together He had college students aw..rt 1 In., e"lm"n\ indicating: I :'" 1
fell on Arizona
ain nation as the 1964 Republican'I Paris, to England, toPW: A v some of the old guard h"" 'i ,ilt'i new" r"i indent feels President EktVfsfor( ..elected u

esert. presidential candidate. York and finally to the C()loI stalwarts who longed for what Hi'",nilu t ..mporl.ln., r education, 17th pr (;oY. Howard Phoenix Pyle businessman and his Goldwater opened his 1952 S: fields of California, He plus' they called the good old days, III the raetNlicit the president October. (>
rlend, Goldwater campaign In Prescott, the home>'peeled the streams and tlp, slates rlghters of the South, and ,.1 t Vole\ iimfrrifd irgulir and fate Commencement president
tarry argued as 0his beloved Uncle Morris. mountains until he opened| I j s i ii p. elements of the far right wing. honnan t d k trr ,H I t't'mmrn"l- Monday, June 15.4r .
made the 15-mlle drive to
hey Many of the people had known i, loon, a venture that uittitutch
Goldwater expresses a deep
burban Glendale. little Barry and out to see, Goldwater .
came resulted In the (de concern about the nation's fl.
Pyle was convinced the Re. what kind 1, .
of a politician he partment store empire oi \i 11:0.I i
nances but Is singularly unconcerned
'bllcans should enter a strong would make. There were no>I na. Dig Mike believed amoue'''
with Ms He seldom
andldate against Arizona's Jun. traffic jams caused by the audience. , could be a success In the United own dollar with
carries than
senator Democrat Ernest more s
or Sates; If he had guts and a will for
cFarland. him and signs everythingfrom
Goldwater promises to i Ingness to work.
openhis
hotel' 1 bills to golf green
True, McFirlanft *as the Sen.
presidential bid this year lathe i I Barry Ooldwater's mother
fees
;,Ie majority leader and, now same northern Arizona com>, came to Arizona from Illinois in
;ate In 1951, at the height of/ his munlty 1909 at the age of 25 with t do, He never drinks coffee never
he good
smokes but enjoys
,
)ower. But Pyle believed the This time, Prescott officials i lore word still fresh In her bourbon and his a weakness for
,opularlty of GOP presidential have been advised there will beat minds She had tuberculosis and

andldate Dwight D. Elsenhow. least 12 chartered airplanes only six months to live. At the y candy.He has cancelled appearme ;: rz"uTC

.r and earlier Republican arriving and the 15,000 population age Pf 89, Josephine Goldwater > c the
:?*, partltularlY during
breakthroughs I in Arizona addedup
probably will be doubledthe watched her son nominated as COP convention! where r
recent
to I possible ,victory' In the day of the speech Republican! prejStdentUl< I candidate hundred* .of'voteri walled.' lIe

1952 election year. Back In 1952, no one gave Wednesday night, has flown through s t::under.
Goldwater, Pyle argued, was Barry Goldwater a chance to She often told her son "Don't storm, landed despite a bad
I the man who could turn the
unseat the popular McFarland tan't wIn. II
enter a rare you crosswind, to speak before a
trick The 42.year.old depart No one but Goldwater.By about /It."
you lose don't tell me small crowd In an Arizona mining K 5'
ment store executive had been midnight the Issue was de.
from the time Barry was a community that boasts s
campaign manager for Pyle's elded Goldwater had won by 7,. toddler, his mother took him solidly voter registration
Democratic
t successful gubernatorial bid and
000 votes. and sister Car
with brother Bob .
\J had won a seat on the Phoenix He also had taken the first olyn to t"1..$. Indian school -'-.',} And h. once said, "I break

. I] City Council In .1149 as a reform step on a road that led to national some two miles from the old INEA Telephoto) Into a cold sweat just thinking.

ticket candidate.The Goldwater, prominence. family home' In Phoenix. They IIUTYCOIPLE Sen Barfy Goldwater embraces his wife. about being i presidential can...

(tranger to ArUonans.name Barry's was no Part Zi: Whereitled made the trip dally In rain, Peggy. after his nomination at the Republican: conventionIn dldat."
wind or scprihing Arizona heat. he In complete
( San Francisco But, ,watched
randfather-Big Mike--had, In By ROB WOOD
They went to see the flag cere confidence, one leg thrown over
867, built a trading post on the SAN FRANCISCO (AP-A monies. would stand at
Barry
,anks of the Colorado River friend once said of Barry Gold. down nation? First, he surrounded Ing In this year's New Hampshire s chair arm, the night the GOP
attention Old Glory slid
as
long the Arizona. California waten "//Ie does everything the the flagpole and l hold that position himself with a group of amateur primary, his staff was delegates choice.named him their presidential WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME?
,order. hard way. In baseball h* even until the last strains of politicians, novices but men beefed up and took on more
uncle rossh completely dedicated to the sen. responsibility In the speech
His Morris had opened a batted < &nded. "The Star Bannei.Barry's ."
,tore In the old territorial capl. Politics didn't change Gold. Spangled Democrat writing and news coverage HOCKS 'H' AND '1' Of PINE RIDGI EXTENSION AU XONW TO fl 1.
uncle Mike a
al of Prescott and served the water. and ator.They became known as the fields. LITTER' JAM MIT THI MIPINO Of A RIDING HOISI |w put p-t Mfly),
a political cons.rn.tlve
city for 20 years as Its Demo After his election to the Son. schooled his newphew In Arizona Mafia Goldwater was shielded more NFi; YORK (A I') Thin Dn e out .....y. Only JV; main iwrth *l th. Niplx.. dry UmJN ea y. 1 41,
cratle mayor. His father Baron at. In 1952 It didn't take him There were 56-year-old Dent from the probing questions of "r'. highway Utter, it lalJ enJ : '. . ,
the And he told ... .III .
of Per aeehr
ways politics. Me Niclx '
j -had started the; Phoenix long to raise the natl. li!)'\ bloo. JUo y t W a \ao's son Kitchel, i Phoenix corpora. newsmen. He had the habit of ,,, j l'l' end, Wrtul 14 ,cftuje( the y-orld's any j
rcpgaJesUv JI\
branch -bflheBV5ndlitg Cold. pressure '* belief In an Issue was firm and lion lawyer, is campaign dlreo responding to questions W\th' record" t traffic Jam.

eater department store empire Walter Reuther, president of honest, he should stay with It no tor, Dean Burch, 38.year.old blunt, quick answer.He In fact, it woulJ bring all\
Barry was ah Arizona native, the United Auto Workers Union, matter what the odds nor how Tucson lawyer, as deputy dlrec. had once said the country trnlfio let'o. 'dcid atop un (heJK)0
horn In Phoenix on a cool and said puhllrly "Goldwater Is the heavy the criticism. ton F. Clifton White, 45 of New might be better off U they ( ) mile route between New

dlllr New Year's Day 1909. nation's No. 1 political fanatic, From the grandfather/ the York.co-dlrector of held opera. sawed off the Eastern seaboardand York and San Irinilvco, report
1 He had attended a Phoenix labor baiter and peddler ot class uncle and mother came, the lions; Richard Klelndienst, 40 let It float out Into the Keep America llciuliful. the Pine Rid

elementary school; helped, at hatred." f shaping of an Arizona senator another Phoenix lawyer, as fielddirector Atlantic. national intilitter oigunliationKe q eenae
he of 12 build the first A Karl Hess, 41.year.old Although the senator won ,
age high ranking military commander ; Beautiful
On III April 'niornlng! In 1937, e'p .America. says +,..eewe , Sjjp ,
commercial radio<; station In onre said privately; Goldwat .refused a luncheon speech writer; Edward McCabe .; what many called disappointing the 'rubbish that will !h* Jumpedon !
Phoenix; learned to fly when It "Barry Goldwater may be the invitation from President 43, of Washington, law. victories In the Illinois primary U.S. street* end highways, in
till was a dangerous business; only man who ran lead this na. yer who administrative assistant over len. Margaret C h a s e .
Dwelght D. Eisenhower 1964If conccntratdwould hurt Created Collier
hot the treacherous Colorado tlon out of the mess In which It Goldwater was putting the final to former President> Smith of Maine; In Indiana over the irsniioniinental route s foot by Development Corp.
River rapids In a wooden boat Is trapped." touches Dwight D Eisenhower as Gold.waler' Harold E. Stassen; and In Ne.brasks 110 Tamiami Trail Phon. M! 2-2131
on a speech In discarded
blasting; deep carton, pupci'
six times; discovered and photographed Before he had completed his the GOP director of research; over i write-In for 241*.
administration when
an unexplored natu. first Senate term, Goldwaterhad ; Edward C, Nellor and Tony on, each triumph added up to bags, chewing gum and candy NAttIS tlORIDAOR
ral bridge deep In the Grand berome the recognized the vltatlon.President called with the In. Smith, who shared the press flrst-ballot votes. wrappers, ( rhg., ,cms, bottle" SEI YOU LOCAL RIAITO

anyon; overcome five barriersto leader of the conservative be Goldwater decided Itwouldn't secretary duties. Aides also began! an endless and iiuth imiwled. trash a* oUmuttresHCi
fair to dine with the After Goldwater's weak show. In states where there and automotive* purtn. ,
!gain his Air Force wings, and ( cause President, then 'blast him ver. campaign

won sports championships de. /He Is 6 feet, weighs an un. bally on the senate floor. "

spite two Injured knees. (hanging 185, has curly salt That day Goldwater said "It
1 When his college days at the and. hair ,
lepper" a jutting jaw Is disillusioning to see the Re.
University of Arizona ended aft. and an outdoorman's tan. publican party plunging head.

T one year because of his fa. /He has expensive taftes, as long Into the same dismal state
her's death, he stepped In to proven by his home atop a hill experienced by the traditional

manage the store He became overlooking phoenix, equippedwith democratic principles of Jeffer.
active In civic affairs and an ac. electronic! gidgets. son and Jackson during the

compllshed public speaker. Next to his desk Is a VHF ra. days of the New Deal and Fair

He had s deep Interest In gov. dio that provides weather re. P , lean 1'o'ts'" .

ernment and often stunned his ports. lie ran press a button anda al.'To' .hear 9 president tell us, I ." .... ., .a n
auUlencv with an opening attack fnovle'Vreen/ rolls down from as Mr. Eisenhower told the IA'
igilnst those who fall to vote the ceiling of the study. His Washington Conference of the

Pyle pointed out all these taco IJwn"r>rlnkllng system Is elect Advertising Council, that we ,
n0 ,s as he argued and needled tronic.lly operated and the must educate Americans to a

the time the governor hadcached sound of a miniature waterfallIn need for federal aid (to domestic
the Rotary Club meet. his garden Is '
piped over his schools, welfare, and health
>Ing where he was to speak, Bar. hl.fl system. One bathroom Is programs astounds me. Mr.

y Goldwater had agreed to bee papered with snapshots taken President, every item In the '. '.
Republican senatorial candl. by the senator.. federal budget can, ind must, ,
ate.From How was this man created? be reduced"
; that soggy drive of 12 The past holds some answers, ' ,
From 'then, Carry Goldwater f fI.
,ars ago, Goldwater has been Ills/ grandfather Michael traveled his I. '" I :
own route, a road ,
.irrled to a cluttered, crowded
Goldwasser, one of 22 children of conservatism that steadily at.

"traded new followers.

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Part 3j; How lit Did It ,

ByROBWOQDSAN "
I. .
FRANCISCO (AP-
NOTICEALL
Barry Goldwater put a motto or I.

the wall behind his Senate desk.It .

read, Noll permlttere lllegl.
tlml carborundum."

PAINTERS IN Roughly :translated, thatmeans"Don't
let the so-and-so /
grind you down"

The Afti0n senator followed

COLLIER COUNTY I this creed, Including In Its range r'

all Democrats and some Repub.

llcans.Relentlessly.
o
Last chance to become members ) he preached his
conservative views. By 1960, his
eighth year of his Senate servIce >
under $25.00 special dispensationDry
Gold>Yateg's name was put
up In the Republican National
.
wall and rug tile men invited. Convention; for the presidential '

nomination\
lie withdrew (in favor of Rich. ta

Meeting Monday, July 20th, 7:30: and Nixon but left behind his

reminder'We've( had our

P.M. at Carpenters Hall. 1181 1st chance,'and. I think the conserve

stives have made a splendid a '

Ave. So. Showing at (this convention.W .
've fought our battle. Let's,

If we want to, take this party p .
t beck-v'ld.) | think we can someday a "1 .
I
AFLCIOLOCAL ," > g

The conservatives wanted to,
and they did, jus) four years lat. !

940 erg with Goldwater their lead
er

How did a man from a small
Western state rapture the nom I.'II I. . !





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A courteous staff will welcome you r1) the Moorings office.

It will be our pleasure to provide inform ('lgn' \ on homesites, commercial

property, house plans and costs, lands \ ift0 l \ zoning<; \ and building r

requirements, taxes, and to answe'' foMr questions you may have

about the City of Naples and this gel"lVI l l ereA. Our officeis OF IYAPI.L . ri.oitin2829 /%

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