Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00218
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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: August 2, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079904
Volume ID: VID00218
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296134
alephbibnum - 002075047
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Preceded by: Collier County news
Succeeded by: Naples daily news

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Partly Weather cloudy through Outlook Sunday with Q!bt I \l Nt\U i, \'r'Hi'h./ : M. .-.11I.Low 1:12,m.

frittered afternoon thundenhow. i r '.7 Au. I 7l*> 9:8S I'M: 2:49

era High Sunday 90 to 95. Varl- O er d 3 \ulr.! I ....JIM 10:51 1:$' 3:54

able mostly rant and southeast oua ."'- t. 10 !11M 11:47 Ill 4:51
winds 5 to IS miles an hour. ,- u. 1119 4K 5:41r :

\ 'Add on. heat for :fusses

ER dd one hour. Xa,lei Bar bridge

Around New__ Homes, Big Projects Everywhere Boat Haven Wins

The_ or Another RecordBreakingMonth Point In Damage


Suit Vs Hendry

PARIS (AP) France Is ex.
peeled to move two divisions to
Southern Germany to bolster allied ircull, Juili, "o Ixnii CPr.iKI, it ,budge iei 1 i lid i r.I', i, It.<> I ho will
defense near the Iron Cur. a hi,amis Hut Listed Ihiou hxutil RIMdeei I' insider' .lil i I..i to all
tain. In NaDles Buildina 0 ]noon horn E'nday.} mted a points i.ilstxl iluilng the course
.4 Sources said the troops are \ fl.iinlllf'motion and reserved ol! the suit There is ,most no
ready to move as soon as bar. S rulln,,: .'n i two defense motion,* legal 1 preie.lfiil. in Hoildj anwlii
racks for them are completed. li the complex Philip Morse <'h to base rulings in a i dyna.
I V float !Haven Va llendo Corp. mite damage suit .ittmne\s
a am a?> suit pointed out Frl'" \'. Ear this
BONN (AP) The Krupp In. It was another record- Morse operator of the Float rp.lsulI. .I III i l t..rause of the

dustrlal empire has won another smashing month at the City of Haven Naples nuilna, tllol Milt amount ol' damlgee lalmed, then
year's delay of an order to sell Naples building office, which ? J.!lIUIlr) 20 against 111'11.1"hi\ 'tinn'' 'isMiint's Ills| nl ton. i-.
half its holdings as a penalty for duriiii 1961.03: diedged a boat
$2,3.5 thre 'nntsmthesuitiskt .
out a
wrote whopping The
using slave labor in World War eh,in IIP! In Naples Ba) under a
II. 017 worth of construction per ed for damigfs! on the groundsof
Corps of Engineers umlratt.Plaintiffs .
untr.x tual 1.Nllt, absolute
: > ,
mits. t
AUrled Krupp, In prison for charged that damagesIn
because his firm Though the $1,352,000 l'ea- liability and l mYllcemeliability.\ }
eight years excess t>f $191,601.79 weir .
Franklin did ot I ircne iralnitthethlidtouiit
had used slave labor, regained con House permit, processed POLICE CHIEF lauspd! to the Boat Haven piopei. ,
his vast iron.steel.coal complexon late In the week, was fir t) In Hondo's bUstlne o( hard
condition that half be sold. and away the biggest single Michael' J. Murphy a' commn rink on the Bay bottom In < on.nertlim Tile sun S I l.. nieil that Float

Krupp has claimed there are no permit, the dollar value of resident loner of New York City, s .26.000 with the dredging work. Haven is riiiiu.d to damages
buyers for the property. Ul ruction Inued man police force for the' pm Walter Condon and Robert Mr. under tonti, .Html liability be.
const cont
thrtt, years" re, ,1111'1, 0" I Daniel, lawyers) for Morse and cause the pi,ilntlff was ,i third.
at a record-breaking pace. powder keg of 'lclll v.oleece. Boat Haven, did not I specify exact l>ail\I lienetlilir\' the outset i
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Building Official Den Hnkston dates and tlm loClll'mlr.d'I1J. beUeon Hendruni Corps of
Polish citizens laid wreaths Sat. signed 22 dwelling permits add* mite Masts In the coiniiUlnt.lt Engineer, l-i.iiiklln liallenged I
urday marking the 20th( anniversary h ing up to$ ,124betterlngthe merely stated that the Masts this claim on several .legal

of which Warsaw's a Communist ant 1-Nazl of. i'sL"a t1P previous record of $640,491, King Deplores and the damage occurred"during grounds.KecU'lliiK, ___ _
uprising "
last month. 1963.
set just the year The dynamiting the ,'I.llm'r\, ah
flclal called mad poUUcal ma
a The average value of new was carried out over a periodof ,
StandNEW solute liability ""IIII'tI""r 'a
doomed to defeat.
neuver ,' Wagner's time Condon noted Friday .
homes for which permits were ,
"The London (Polish exile) IMirentl) i Ie and the time Is sufflclentl Mat
oj. issued In July was almost $30, suits IWHMol the in MI 'loir
government and reactionary ., ,'.. .. YORK (AP) The "MO .11'
ed In the complaint the
dlkvu ..dt .
firs R
forces were responsible for ra 000. Seven Port Royal housing head of a Harlem unity commit. fvnd.nt knows what we're talking nature of blaetliiR, I trial ugued

creating the situation which WALLS AND ROOF are in place as Tahitian-style Texaco service station starts, totaling $414,150oral- tee says he can't guarantee about" hat, until some ruling Is
enabled the (Natl) occupants to on the north Trail just south of Naples Shopping Center. most $60,000 per house, boosted peace there in the face of Mayor undo: til favor of the I on<'ei4,
!goes up such, ibno.
their Is 110 llunc I it.
destroy Warsaw, but It was oneof the average.So Robert F. Wagner's refusal to ASKS FOR RECORD:
It will be the third Texaco station in the city. Duffey ConstructionCo. .
their last acts," Zenon Klisz. far In 1964 Pinkston has create an Independent! police re.view lute ltal'lllt\ nlltlll.I"County
M 'Daniel said hI would tn"happy" >
ko, member of the ruling is building! the $59,000 filling: station from plans drawn by architect 416 board.
signed permits file amended
adding up to an com
William W. Zimmerman. (NEWS photo)
Communist Politburo, declared. Wagner rejected the demand
to $8,456,075. A new full- plaint, listing exact dales and
The uprising took the lives of year record 1s Imminent. This Friday In a long statement, his times of Ilendry's blasts, If he BuildingFor
10,000 Poles and this city, since year's building Is still first since the end of talks with could get his hands on the drl'd
rebuilt, was reduced to rubble. pace Dr. Martin (ulher King Jr. of
firm's blasting log 111 Dan.
Bomb running more than double thai Atlanta that began late Monday lot glng filed a "motion to product Year AheadOf
Johnson Sees Pictures Banning of 1963, which holds the year night. these records, and the Judge

TOKYO (tAP) Tokyo au.thorltles ly record of $9.589,701.In And Wagner mad no mentionof granted It.Defense.
said Saturday they have Parley' Becomes the first seven months the other major demand: of attorney Junes V'i'.ink.In .
f decided not to prosecute the last year, dollar value of new New York City's Negro! leaders ( or Fort Myers sold, he had

Japanese youth who stabbed Of Moon Hails Flight war of words construction amounted to only immediate suspension of U. obtained the four volumes of Forty Jive milling. permits
U.S. Ambassador Edwin O. ; 3403497. Beginning In August Thomas R. Gllllgan, a white policeman blasting logs from lleiuliy, and" totaling $218HOw( (>relssueddur.Ing .
Relschauer last March because four of the last five months who shot and killed I he Invited plantlff's lawyers to July by the Collier County
tests show the 19.year.old was atlons on them from Dr. Wil. TOKYO (AP) A ban-the. Negro boy. meat
WASHINGTON (AP) Presi. of 1963 went over the mlUlondUar imixN-t them In his offUe.FruiUlf BulMlftff Doper
i .mentally unbalanced. dent Johnson viewed spectacu.lar Ham H. Pickering, director of bomb conference here has ex. mark. L. Joseph Overton acting uli/iiltti two m.t TblsjridUrt clTllne from
The decision reportedly was pictures of the moon from the Jet Propulsion Laboratoryat ploded Into a war of words, with .chairman of the UnAy Coum.ll lions attar king twj nf the-thrce th. jdtortr.$ jf peas tilt., .
reached after a psychiatric examination Ranger 7 yesterday and hailed the Pasadena, Calif., and Dr. Soviet and Red Chinese factions of Harlem Organizations, said: counts In the i iomilaliit| stud' the was about the same a* the July
showed that the Homer grappling for control of the OLD MARK IN DANCERWith ; "Me has made It vlr... 1303 of : Dulld.
assailant flight of this space vehicle as E. Newell, assistant administrator (Wagner) Judge said. he would rule on the : figure $227,9"-t
Norlkazu Shlotanl, was heralding a future landing on of the National world peace movement.The still five full months tually Impossible for me to motions before he gees on vacation inK OfflcUl Carl Clemmer noted
suffering from I severe case of the moon and continued world Aeronautics and Space Admlnls. two Communist giants left this year, the 1963 record guarantee continued peace on In a few W t'kH. that the 1'JO-t total to dale Is
schizophrenia. leadership in space for Amerl. tratlon. called rival news conferences is little more than $1,100,000 the streets of Harlem. still well ahead of last year""

Despite the vast accomplish" Friday and accused each other sway, prospects are good for King, president of the South. corresponding figure, $1,945,071
ca.The President was told that ment of the Ranger 7 moon of torpedoing the 10th International an active building month In August ern Christian Leadership Con. Lay Off Barry, to U,',"7,000,

the televised pictures of the shot, It looked for a time as If Ban-The-Bomb Confer. but It may be September ference, said In Atlanta Friday ClcmmtT oxpecls the last five
Oklahoma Will moons surface showed a large technical difficulties might pre. ence. before the 1964 total surpasses night he was "very sorry" Wag Mansfield Tells months "I| the yen to he high.
area suitable for the landing of vent the slide show here. For a The Soviet bloc delegation, that of 1963. ner had not ordered creation of Hailed hy Increased building art
while the projector wouldn't representatives from 28 other civilian board to reviewcharges Ivlty ut Marco Island and Golden
He also was told that the a
men. In the week just ended, the
Order work. countries and three other front of Gat" Ills department issues
Special lunar excursion model for amanned police brutality Foreign Press per.
Beacon House
bolted from the permit highlighted
vehicle looks The President saw one slide mils for all construction In the
landing meeting Friday after the Chi. a $1,520,589 week. The[!ea- .
that showing a pockmarked ridge in unlm 01 ported area of the coun
satisfactory we are on
Primary Vote the right track-there. the Sea of Clouds area where nese froze the Russians out of a con House, consisting of three Refers WASIIINOTON (AP) &>11. ty excluding Naples: and Ever
Ranger 7 crashed. -share tithe leadership. 24-unlt, seven-story towers. Truman ate Majority Leader Mike glades)

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. He was told that this area Soviet delegation leader Geor. !Will be a condominium apart To GoldwaterAs Man-field, D-Mont.. rebuked the Knsldenllsl construction ac.
(AP) Gov. Henry Bellmon VICTORY FOR PEACE must be avoided at all costs In gy Zhukov, a top propagandist, ment complex facing on the Inland press of foreign nation yenter. counted for $131,000 worth of per
says there will be no delay In The President pronounced the a manned landing but thatIt aid at a three-hour news con. waters just inside Doctor 'Damn Fool'INDEPENDENCE day for some of Its <'rltl''Urn ol mils issued In the month Just

calling special primary elec 7 achievement vie. represents only 1 per cent of ference that responsibility for Pass. Address of the project Arizona Sea Marry Goldwater ended< Twelve dwelling permitswere
Ranger as a
lions to bring the state legisla.lure the area and the other 99 per the walkout was that of the Red Is 101 Line Drive. Mo. (CAP) the Republic, l'r..llllltlalllo"'l.. token out. There was only
tory for and the nation Mooring
Into line with a population- peace cent appears to be safe for a Chinese, who turned It Into "an Former President Harry S. nee meat' 1'IITIm..r"lal i rmlt, fm )},.
and the free world.He The Beacon House
based federal court reapportion landing. arena for an unbridled slander permit Truman was up to his old ,polltl. "Mu>'h of the foreign press 000 Alterations addlilons ac.
ment order. used the event, also, to Johnson was bubbling with ous campaign against the Soviet Is the largest In Naples' build- cal form Friday' comment Is, to say the least, In counted for $34,150, and miscel.laneos *
slap hard at those who would ing history It Is the fourth hecommended taste end It muldbe
A special three-Judge panel questions a* well as comment.He Union. At a news conference, questionable $43,800.
Oklahoma's call off the venture for sending permit to Into seven figures, In the end l. harmful to the led the
threw out primary wanted to know about duston Chinese delegate Tan Ming go North Naples area
elections Friday In a precedent. a man to the moon a $20 bll. the moon's surface And he chao, In a separate lengthy and First Florida Resource .On the election In November relations l hetw.olI us," Mans, breakdown with $00,840 In new

setting action and ordered reap lion project.He was assured that the closeup meeting with the press, replied Corp. has been the contractoron '1 think Johnson's chances of field said In a Senate I/'I.h/ const ruction.Immokalee was next
portlonment on a population ba. said that if we hadn'ttak.n pictures Indicated that the dust that Zhukov was guilty of "hy. three of them winning are four or five to one. sternly Inviting the foreign with $ 8,5Z4, East Naples $42,.
sis. The U.S. Department of advantage of our sclen. Isnt going to be too much of a pocrlsy" and "double-faced tac.tics. First Florida will build the I don't normally make predlr. newsmen to mind their own bus 52C, Marco $28,160, and Golden
Justice said this was the first title ability, we still would be problem for the first men who ." Beacon House for the Ensign tlons like that, and I wouldn't iness. Gate $32.30.(;
Instance It knew of In which a using an oxcart and a single en. arrive that it's maybe a foot Dr. Homer A. Jack of New this lime If the Republicans had "There Is no panty! in the During the last week of the
First Florida affiliate
federal court overthrew state glne plane like the one flown at deep. He was told that some York City, an executive of the Corp., a a candidate" United States over the nomina. month, $23,840 worth of permitswere
legislative elections. Kitty Hawk. speculation had put the depth at Committee for a Sane Nuclear FFRC also built the $1.005,000 -On campaign Issues The court's action was a re Johnson saw slides of 9 or 10plctur.1 30 to 40 feet and as high as 1,. Policy (SANE), attended the Mansion House beachfront rights should be, foreign policy\ Mansfield said. "Mu 'h less dog a $12,040 residence in East
sounding defeat for rural leg of the moon, projectedIn 000 feet. Russian news conference and apartments last year and the should mH. "That damn foot ought one to he Induced abroadto Nales| Thenewlmmkaleeradlo
domination of the the White House Cabinet later $1,002,000 Beach Club Hotel In San Francisco (put the detriment of oversells
islators whose Johnson brought out that the told newsment "We are nominated static, WCOF (watermelon cap.
legislature spans half a century. room. Ranger 7 project started In 1900 trying to get the antinuclear tower wing in 1962. foreign policy Into It," u.s. relations" Ital of Florida) will be housed In
The court's reapportionment He got comments and explan. and Is costing about $260 mil. movement back to being a The Beacon House will con- Americans, he said, are ,ir.fedly a $3,000 building 28 by 30 feet
plan follows the outlines drawnby lion. humanitarian one rather than tain 82,128 square feet of floor capable of making their' built by C.R. Duckner

State Atty Gen. Charles "You satisfied with the re. Ideological. space In Its three towers Each own judgments at the voting American Housecraft Is mak.
Nesbltt and sets up a 48mem. wit ha turn on that investment" John. tower will have parking on the RENEw rOURDRIVER'S polls In November and "have no Ing a $:,800 addition to E.W,
ber Senate and a 99 member asked. need to he frightened or nrod. llolloway's residence In East Na.-
son floor and six
ground dwelling IICENSE
House. It complies with recent low cost I "Completely satisfied" New. floors Architects are Gam- i. ded as part of the protest ol pies Horace Williams Is having
U.s. Supreme Court rulings re. ell replied. City Manager DURING YOUR w8lRTH forming their Judgments, by a a $2,500; addition made to hit
quiring apportionment on an WANT AD Elated?'' Johnson coached ble, Pownall and Gilroy of Ft. MONTH panicky European,, press.' Immokalee home

equal population formula. "Elated" Newell echoed Rushing Work Lsuderdale recently-finished, designers Gulf Towers of the

beachfront apartment structure. I
On New BudgetCity ,

Manager Vince Wood $85,000 HOME
Indicated Friday that the City Biggest residential permit of

of Naples budget for 1964-85 the month was Issued this list

"will approximate" thie current week. Wlggs and Maale will

budget of 964042. build an $85,000 residence for
t t .Jf. He said he U "desperately Addison Wood at 1777G.leon Rv

P.r I ., working" on hU proposed 1964- Drive. A foundation permit )
1 68 budget! In an effort to get It Issued in May brought the total Lfw

printed before another weekend project cost to 95000.
'" '
puses. AI of Friday, Wood Also during the week Just
had completed most of the bud- ended, Michigan Construction

get figures and was working on Co. took out a $22,000 permit
explanatory matte to be Included -
In the document. (Centlaued o*. page I)

On Monday, Tax Assessor

Den Pinkston will unveil the Ranger Program
1964 city tax roll for public In*
spection.: A total will not be Cost $260 Million "

available until then Wood said,

although the amount subject to WASHINGTON (AP) The .
r t 'r tax 1s effected to be up slight National Aeronautics and Space
w. ly f from list year's $66,5 73,060. Administration said yesterdaythe sa I v.

By levying a nine-mIll rate total cost of the Ranger pro.
on taxable real and personal gram to study the moon photo
will be 260 million.
graphically $
property, City Council obtained
A NASA spokesman said the
., $599.040 in There.t
:' best estimate of the cost of the b
S 7l of the financed
budget was
successful Ranger 7 mission Is
.fb. Y7 ...,, by license and franchise fees about $28 million. Ranger 7 .
-- -
r. - and other revenue. landed on the moon Friday after

The annual tax equalization transmitting i steady stream of HAIRLESS I H.r.j b.rbtn ewer .11.....
AMONG pal' Henry Crepe,
CABLE TO SIN I G A P 0 R E Mtn end wemtA werhieg en rtetametien, bend In bearing will be held 10 pictures.Two TOPS
,.Itt.p rt haul'In the there end ef cable Hofcie.(, the mctropolit isle' beech r.., Alia, C.""vmenweeitli with City Councl sitting August as a, more shots are scheduled I lent ef Piini"ie's. /retie was e*>.itn the werie ismpteii. In s bell h:n,( eldest atesrtee
11..orl' .< Verene. Italy, "I"t. wee Ms' litit, -Mr B.i
telephone. ""''e. Cemplttttf table will cnni<| ales' with Hit| K*..g site Auitralis. board equalization.. In the Ranger series. Rely' Cede .HtJrf 1944. J

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1 Vn -

wwl Day Camp At J

Cypress Center tjsd


1 l t41 r --Busy BusyThe r

day camp a' Big Cypress Center has had a very

\ t bet busy week. Attendance for the flr>' five days has over

.. .. 350.There
..'.' were also many .clvl'les Including a scavenger

'v hum, potato prints, (fossil- waking, wire sculp'urc,

I r salt figures and many game
4, 9
t \.. The directors for the summer Mr. and Mrs. Tim

w ') \' Braden are being assisted by four Naples high school

'.. students during the current day camp. They are Bill \. V

.... : Folkem, Eric Steele Joy Hodges and Sue Cory. .
The children range In age from 1 to 14 and come from
: " """ "io :
all the
over Naples area '

-JOY HODGF, :unllhl'r! In' Ipn" '". I is show K'V'"K'; comh> ;<: fine I; points; In Future activities may Include nature photography a 41.
field trip a session by the coui:> agriculture department
I th art of potato ( art UK to fit .a is|,in"K \ounj.) pupil
and a continuation of Similar projects. :
Each da,' starts at 9 ..m. with about 20 minutes of L

singing. Then the camp splits Into the Senior and JunIor "

Camp for separate ..ctlvltllts."hl1e Tom Braden j

takes a group Into some phase of nature his wife Sandra : .
-" -
leads a craft activity. -

Two or three active games and some stories round ERIC lowi-r( loft was the institutor tlf this! group crowded

out the morning.The b'tlll't'll, t i li.iIi" is ,.Ilttl! tablis lea' ,i stoiajre/ loom Span1 WI\ll\t a pienuuni

two trails one through mangrove and! the other \lion all 7STITIT-> I niiii.: ,ti" is \\ "I',' I busy 11111111. nt voikDAY I

t through pines were built by the Junior Chamber Com

merce and are utilized heavily.

Parents who wish to become' members of Big Cypress .._ -'"- - ---- ---- -
ra/ Center may call the Center at MI 22812 or Mrs. Joel

.1 Kuperberg at MI 2-2545. T Y F I nt

The day camp will continue for two more weeks until h ' a+

August 14.

wa kea r + ,

BILL FOLKERTS, deeply concerned with his efforts to carve a suitable : aF y ,

I design, was In charge of this group Of artists

t ttf.

KEEP ,rr 6 r. IIpw Id aJ s

f R DOM l

IN your

Fu'ruSMTN .

8o U.S4viNc. tla: \

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aJ.jl aJ. --- &iI\'M.r--; ::::' '{III---- ,

CAMP ASSISTANTS at nil Cypress Center Jiie from left high

school students JO)' (Hodges, Sue Coi\, Bill Kolkeits and Eric Steele.
-- - -- - -- - They are helping (('ile) din'dol'sft; and ;Mm Tom Braden during I

/r Rwfi/P f IN .CHARGE of the Big Cypress Center summery current day ramjJiUJi) \ will last two more weeks to August n

..., camp arc Mr and Mrs. Tom Braden ( NEWS photo )



r Bf;- 1rsl.r 0616.p.kt Induction Of Members Marks LEGAL NOTICE

r. Pursuant to the provi"ens, of S.ct'f" 23712 Florida Statute. 1941 as
amended by Saction I ot Chapter 228W, laws of Florida. Act of 194i,
notice 'hereby given that a public hearini Mall ba held by the County
Board ot Public Iestruclwn ol Lollier County: Florida. on August 10.
I . .. . 1964 at the hour of I 130 PM In tho eo.rd'4 meeting room. Naples,
-- --- Florod., lor the 01 ,
Board Of Realtors purpose d'scussns wI" Iho nUtens 01 Colher County
MPLE Meeting the proposed school budget ot aid county for the final year beginning
$ LEAF IDENTIFICATION was the aim of this July I I. 1964 and ending, June 30 I96J, which lenl.twe budget it ..um.m'.d .
under the ai follow
group supervision of Tom Braden summer
director of Big Cypress Center, induction of new members by Judith DeTurk Donald Smith and In every respect do not last lone BUDGET OF COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFOR
,, officials of the Florida Assocla. Philip Keyes.In In this business," she added. 1964 tion ot Realtors highlighted the the business session the Morris spoke on broker-sales Assessed value on non exempt property

[HEATOE Studies after numerous pretrial confer regular luncheon meeting of the group passed a resolution unanU men relations and stressed that You Ievs, 17UI4.720.ce''y'00'
Kynes ences that even tf Kynes' char. Naplesm-the Board of mously requesting the city to In. an atmosphere of mutual trust County 744 milll,
Interest ,
Sinking 159
Period Of gel were proved true they Realtors Friday In the new Gulf crease Its advertising allocations and understanding was vital SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE BUDGET
Order Dismissing would not be sufficient to throw Towers Apartments. from $8,000 to $24,000 and to to the successful office He also 144 mill, levy
AUGUST 2nd1 THRU AUGUST till out the county's vote, Mrs Nina nines, FAR vice make future allocations on aper. recommended membership in Counly General' and Dittrict,
SUN-MON,TUES lie reasoned that all of the president of District No.5. and centage system which will enable the Brokers Institute prlmar.Hy RECEIPTS
Primary Contest voters Involved were otherwise Herschel Morris, FAR vice pre. the Chamber of Commerce pro. because of the knowledge to 1200 State Sourcet include all minimum' foundation pro
'TIIO'f turwrnr OUNI qualified and had signed the sldent of District No. Associate perly to plan Its advertising bud. be gained from the many books book gram. receipts vocational' .ale NOEA. tai. and Driver Boat educal tai.,on. Stale tent 1 15273400
NWUE'NE5tE11EF14P TALLAHASSEE (AP) Ally: voter registration affidavits lie i Division handled the induction ce. get, and phamphlets available through 1300 Local Sources include tan ,....eta. tuition, intcrett
JprtgIDnealeaa J.I Con James Kynes was study. added that no charge of fraud remonles. President John R. Wood an. that organization. 1700 earned Balancet. rent and and Invettmenlt other local. .1 receipt b.nn.nl, of II.251.IIS 00
tug Saturday the LeonCounty,nor dishonesty In either the registration New members are Coleman nounced that the board of directors eludes So 'no.ng eash bet I.nCl.. ,nv.slm.nte year Oil 5 D inbondt EE'
cult Court order dismissing his or the election was i Boyd realtor; and new associates of the group have voted to and advancement t 213.929 00
TRUMPETWED.THURFRI challenge of the May 5 primary made. Norma Harris, Beulah Kinsley, award a scholarship of $160 to a Finds Husband Total Race,pti and Balancet, I?.417.111 09
In an effort to decide whether Judge Taylor Issued a prelim student from this area majoringIn County General' and D.ttnct

np1NIcoLaa'FAnAVIeoN to appeal, Inary order dismissing the case real estate at the University Crushed By Auto EXPENDITURES
.LOaattwaNel oleo. If he doe not appeal, the July 24, of Florida 2100 Adminittration, ,ncludei all County admimttrative sal.I..ro. .
Democratic nomination for at. British Mrs. Hines spoke to the group Off .., operating eipente* and "'v'co. I 7)35400
AppealFor Slipping Jack 2200 ln trucfi< wcluds all ,"laoc. 01 tuch.. super.vserl. .
torney general goes automatl. concerning the term "realtor. pronc'pI"" end Other Inslrurlonl .1.11 p.roonn.I'
cally to Rep. Earl Falrcloth of ANOTHER BLACKBURNIN Few people know a community MIAMI (AP)-Mrs. Rosemary .and,orcrlarul and all 1..Ibook.. I.y & Audio V..u.l;
Dade County who defeated SERVICE Peace TalksIn better than a realtor she said,> Carlyle returned home from a 2300 Operation leaching, of and Plant el.oom- include supplies culod uteoos. all 1166722300

r=: UN I Kjnei by 599 vote In the prl. !TORT KNO\: KUP( ) ll "and more and more peopleare 1 neighbor's and found her hus. '4Oft util Mant.n.nce,,"e. and custodial 01 Plant supplies- ,includes, and all e.p.n.mllnt.n.nu.. ..1.f 131112 00

mary AUK "hello" acid "aoojbc"in Laotian Row becoming aware of what the band, Fred, 33, stretched out apes both bcldnI, end pounds, 'plocom.nl 01 .rllln
LOOD Kynes attacked the vote In ilio home ail M Sgt \- Imtfi J. term means and are seeking a under the family's Cadillac, a tou'pment. ma,ntenance of build, ,ngt. ground and

WWM J Alacluia County, faying 4,472 111.i. khumCM I MOSCOW (AP) British realtor when they have propertyto kit of tools and his baby daugter'e h. 700 Au..h..y.qupm.nl Srvices Includ.. lranoporl.I'OIl ..I.,.... pus I 53.101.00other
voters had been registered 1m. the ,111h,' utired. ate Richard sell. shoe by his side, innnnCO, r.pl.c.m.nl and mllnt.n.ne. 01 bush. and
SATURDAY properly. He contended Ih..11'B,,. Foreign Secretary A. eapenftet on food. attendance and health vervice, t 60.699 00
that 'mate ni mtlitar Butler announced today Britain "The code ethics which gov. Mrs. Carlyle began chatting 2600 Fined Charge* include lnurance mteret
only properly registered voters -rile' his M.I. Timer Jr? left has appealed to Poland Canada erne brokers and associates who Then her voice trailed off as 2100 and ether, heed' ,charge\ p.ym.n"l 1210000
Capd.l Outlay include ..,..
Mffltfl c. aid vote i tin i I hardi u ituu' ''11 11 1 hi Jjik-. and India to try to arrange are members of their Real Estate she realized the car was lower ones. r.mOdelnbuId- ,ng*.new purchata and of equipment'Improvement, booh on
But, Judge Hugh Taylor ruled ti.t peace talks between the three Board demands high moral than it should be. 2900 for Debt new Service I brar.a*. erecting new buldwp and addition I 207.503 00
warring factions In Laos and ethical standards," she laid Her husband was dead, his netY1 n Slats Board 01 payment Education on bonded principal indebted and
CUT 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS; !Sunday, .\Ultu t 2, 19(1 "The people who stretch th.truthor chest crushed by the auto which JOOO 1 ,} 41J M
R..mtlanro ,
| 10 other
Butler announced Britain's Counleo includes
yearly re'
do not fully serve their clients i had slipped from a Jack '''" County
on popohon due
go-lt-alone move at a news con. Juno,"college" 0" Edison
1 14.042 00
lerence review of his talks with 3100 Outgo,ng trantfer to Bond Construct fund to meet Stale
CO-OP APARTMENTon this matching requirement on Building Fund Act I 15,60000
Soviet leaders In Moscow 3200 R.vet, ,nvetlm.nl. advancement
'r/AIL and Salanceh .t
THEATRE week. end of year ,nclud. resrv.s for contn..nCII' ,in
\lJ' the betch. One bedroom, furnished. Air The British step followed So. both,mentl Count I Current E bond.and, nrmarb.d C.pqt! Outlay Fund*. invetlure -
conditioned. Priced for quick sale vlet rejection, Friday of London 1 a ca.h, carry over .1 close 01 year lor n..d.d t.p.ndr.red,
13000. proposals aimed at clearing the n fleet lieu year "I I5SOIIMTotal

SUN-MON way for an International confer. E,pend,lure and Bilencet' (2.417.Ml 00
-- India Poland and Canada are I51 mill, levy
GLENN members of the International t RECEIPTS"

FORD 600 Wedge Drive Control Commission on Laos. ills H50 Local 1"I.,.*Sourcet, include tan rece'interest.,ptO ta be earned on .Investments .t 25100400

STELLA I I.100 00
STEVENS Butler said he had just sent Mi 1MO r.ih Salanre (to b.|,n year) i 7e 117 00
......... New and magnificent with "lots of living" out the Invitations to the three* wrtt11Rt1laT kV EXPENDITURES Total "'ce,pt' and Balancet I 35S,991 00

plus IICONO 'IATUII for the active family. Next to the golf countries to try to arrange a 2640 Comm't*,on* 'nclude common, paid Ateor and
course. Three bedrooms and two tile baths, meeting somewhere in Europe 2933 Collector Payment, of Bonds 1 1200000
t 13100000
dream kitchen, large living room screened of the three Laotian factions 295) Interetl on Bones i 12112(00
the rightists neutralists and 2963 Other payment on Debt Service I WO 00
enclosed porch and two car enclosed ga 1210 Cash balance ,include balance to carry over .t end
GHOST DIVER rage. leftists. of year to make payments duo on 9167 I M.5M 00
I IAMI CUM. uM' lonn He, said he had not receivedany Total pendturet and Balance I 33S.Ml 00
...ItGAUCOOI Here is replies, but added "I'm
your opportunity to own a lovely BOND CONSTRUCTION IUOGETRECEI..n
pretty sure Poland will agree .
home that .
will offer you space plus full
FRI.SAT value for your house dollar. Quotation "1201 School Centtruct Fund 'Include monies from State
Department Education I U3.400 00
$28,500. 1 i Tranifer from I 4 M Budget feicludet matching
Title Companyof P money at S 4 M portion on matched Bidg, tars. act I 75.MO 00
I 17'0' Ca''n balance to bean yean I 314,494 Ot
PRESIEY WESLEY G.V Naples BIt wV EXPENDITURES" Total 'R.cI.pb and Itloncat, '. f 14),SM 02

rain Sits ,ncludet peymentt far work ender
.\HTK\CTS( !! FMKlWStVpimtit ,n a" ..... conttruction I 21.Ml 00
0 BMp 2120 Bu,Idmgt 4 Add.tiont 'Include work under conttrue
Realtors IMF A4sttw hen on building t .
Mt|I 2.6039dal pi 412 001 45
IICOIlO 39,907.57
PIATOII fifth Ve Sv 3110' CON balance. include* retervo for contingenciet, and
unbudgeted funds t 1 00
( .
r ra.aNA Wesley G. Downing A Earl L. Fry w J. /& *\ llll/ Total, Expenditure and Balancet | 1435402

to' r' f ffK"alilee.. .. . t'ltR' OF
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W r CM 5th Arrow .. HIGH I WAGE E A R N E R John NAFtE FLORIDA
Ninth. Across ,.. Arnold hangf
f...,:. .DYI-! from BY W. D. REYNOLDS
First National hank in Naples' r'lkv. from the dome of Indians' Stttahoute in 'Indianapol,s while COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. .
painting uppermost itorioi. Below him ,e state bu,Idmg. Auf. 2, 1164 *.ZZIu


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Florida World's Fair /- ;::-.,
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Exhibit Making MoneyBy ,, \ ) :,

PAUL HANSELL from business and industry In. the fair's opening I'ef'kt'w ans, snakes, alligators and) Himingoes. .,
MIAMI (AP) The Florida terested In promoting Florida. York racial troubles, reports oi .
World's Fair exhibit is making Something at the fair to produce crowded hotels and high prices Currently Kimball said!, the
money. major Income was needed. were credited with keeping down Florida exhibit is drawing a',ut "
There Is no present thought of The authority settled on a porpoise crowds. 10 per rent of the total tin >.t i f-
closing the $5.5 million displayof show since nothing like it Worse still, Florida found itself tendance.
Florida's wonders had been seen at a world's fair in an area hard to reach CUrrent approximate in" ''I'i : !
So reports Comer J. Kimball or In the New York area. amidst shows and exhibits which revenue
a Miami banker and chairmanand Estimates by the best author. simply weren't drawing the Porpoise Show (nn -0 ooo( (
president of the Florida Itles of potential Income from crowds away from the free Everglade Show I 1" PI1('
World's Fair Authority. this show ran to fantastic fig. shows put on by some of the na. Vending Machines <;,ooo
But, Kimball readily acknowl. ures, Kimball recalled But tlon's industrial giants. Miscellaneous .1(1(1\( \'
edges, the Florida authority hasa even the most conservative fig. Kimball said the Florida authority Total 'Pol,OOP
serious financial problem. It ured it should bring In $1 OOOO had been led to believe These are estimates ,1\: \ ti.' I
Isnt making enough money. It to $200,000 monthly. there would be easy access to actual figure change ,i I">" It
needs to find an additional half Initially the authority's finance the area vU a moving sidewalk, from day to Ita>'.
million dollars or so betweennow committee, headed by Mlamlan there would be a midway of in. Authority OI)>ratlnv. i\ien i at friendly
and closing time scheduledfor McGregor Smith, hoped to get expensive rides and shows lead. now are running aboutsfi PO your
Oct. 1'7, 1965. $1.5 million In general Industry tog people to the Florida exhlb. a month, exclusive oi c:? ',oI,(i' ,
And It needs to develop soona donations. Actually it collected It. They were not told of existing the porpoise! show talks I -j':
plan for handling financial requirements about $500,000 outside the citrus restrictions on taxicabs and bus. traded In obtatmnv. tin ,>t i II SUNSHNE! SUPREX !
during the balance industry, which was to be the es. ure above.)
of the fair. It borrowed $750,000 main feature of the show. Wendell Jarrard chairman of The porpoise shoe !is >U; 1
from the Industrial Develop. The citrus Industry contributed the Florida authority's executive by a subsidiary of U m-ti, :n
ment Corporation defray part about $1 million, Including$423. committee, told a meeting of ex. a percentage" basiS.
of the cost of constructing a 000 for exhibit space sold to hlbitors July 9: The fair authontv I em g
porpoise pool. The first note for Minute Maid. In a meeting with Mr. Moses, ployes to handle the ,
$100,000 came due July 31. In the end the authority's Income the New York World's Fair Au. a week 9 a. m. to im ;t
A like amount Is due Aug. 31. committments looked like thorlty admitted that thev had eratlon. The porpoise :. !'m
There will be another $150,000 this made the rommltments for the plo 12 others
due Sept. 30 and this same State of Florida $1,000,000 moving sidewalk, but objections Director Robert Stab II.?
amount Oct. 31. The fair closesits Florida Development Com.75,000 from other sections of the fair Florida Development c_'mmls
1964 run Oct. 18. Citrus Industry 1,000,000 caused it to be cancelled without lion said eight state ,>ril! < ers ire
The rest of the debt Is to be Other Industry donations 500,000 any notification to us. assigned to the faU-lw' e:'
paid oft by Sept. 30, 1965. Sale other exhibit space 870,000 "These things were Important from the Game Commotion, ,
The Florida exhibit right now $3,445,000 factors for Florida's being In Conservation Department, Hi! I
Is clearing some $30,000 a Borrowed 750,000 this particular location The way Patrol and Turnpike Autl "i iIty.
month above operating costs. It Total Commitments $4,195,000 NYWFA made firm commit '. In uniform, they u-i\o is a
doesn't take a computer to fig.ure Construction costs ran $3.8 ments and gave us a big sales securih force.
out this net Income for the million Including $1 million for pitch on the things that they The authority, Kimball said
next two or three months and the porpoise show Pre-openlng would do-fireworks for the lake has the problem of how to solve
for six months In 1965 won't operating costs were about$250,. every night, etc. We geared our Its financial problem "under ac.
fully retire the debt. And It 000, bringing the total to $4.05 pavilion to take advantage of tlve consideration," but has not
could cost as much as the cur. million. So the authority had the parking lot and people com. reached a solution
rent monthly profit to keep about $150,000 In operating cap!. ing off the parkway." "The simplest way, of course, :
things together and protected tal. And a $750,000 debt. would be for attendance at the FINEST of MEATS
during the winter closing.At Meanwhile, exhibitors, Includ. With a financial problem fac. fair to plk up along the lines
the same time, the profit Pig some cities, counties and Ing them, Kimball said, they projected by Mr. Moses and his
Improves the situation a little chambers of commerce, Individ looked around for revenue. They assoclates"Klmball said. "They : r
each month so it would seem ually spent hundreds of thous. decided as an experiment to are sticking by their projectionsso FOR MILES AROUND !
unwise to consider closing, as ands more on their own dis charge for admission.The far"
many less fortunate shows and plays. The authority has no of. crowds dropped off. Kim. If there Is a delayed rush In
exhibits have been forced to do, ficlal figures on this expenditure ball Indicated he thought this in. fair attendance and Florida gets
Kimball points out. but reliable estimates I come, even with smaller crowds, Its share, Income would Increase
Just how did the fair author. place the sum at $1.3 million- would have solved the author. sufficiently to take care of the SWIFT'S PREMIUM
ity get Into this fix_nd what accounting for the $5.5 million Ity's financial problem. But it problem, Kimball said
can be done about It? cost of the show was defeating the main purposeof Additionally, there might be
Kimball relates this authority Then trouble hit. The New the exhibit-4o get maximum some salvage value to buildings
history York fair didn't draw as expect. exposure to potential touristsand and equipment.
The board of directors for the ed. President Robert Moses had investors, and purchasersof ---
nonprofit authority was appoint. predicted 40 million visitors this exhibitors' products. So the BEREFD6geb.SALAD DRESSINGKRAFT'S
ed by Cov. Farris Bryant. It year; another 30 million next. general admission charge was Florida Graded ,
consists of outstanding business. At the halfway point this year dropped. In Its place went a slm.
men and civic leaders from attendance had been 13.4 mil. liar charge to attend an "Ev. Feeder Steer
throughout Florida. show Indl.
lion. erglades Including
They learned it was to be Tops MarketBELLE
their Job not only to plan, ar. --- ---
for and promote the Flor. GLADE (AP-Florl.
da's first graded feeder steer Morning GloryMILK 49
Ida exhibit, but also largely to. MIRACLE e
} finance it. Lions To Hear call sale of 1964 brought about
The Florida Develop l ment $1.SO per hundredweight over qt
current market prices WHIP
Commission kicked In the first
$75,000 to let the authority hirea
manager and start planning.The Plans For Marco IslandAll While the price differential
was encouraging during a per.
Legislature voted $1 l millionIn Tpl) VACUUM PACK
state funds. lod of goner ally depressed DEL MONTE WHOLE KERNEL,

The fair authority knew this Naples Lions and visiting treatments, glasses and where prices, the main objective of 6 69e 12 oz,
the sale was to set
graded up Cans
would not begin to provide a Lions are urged to attend the next necessary, eye operations to cor. guide lines by which south Flor. CORNSWIFT'S 3 39(
proper Florida exhibit and set regular meeting, a club spokes. rect defects and restore vision.A Ida cattlemen could begin cans
out to find other money. man said The meeting will be club spokesman stressed that up.
Florida gets Its apace at the held at noon for luncheon Tues. all Lions Clubs and members, grading the quality of their 13 OFI GOLDEN HARVEST
stock, a spokesman for the 39
fair without 4 Pub wherever located are primarily ory"I PREMStokclcy's *
cost-just an agree. day, August Piccadilly Florida Department of Agrlcul. Iv LiqUid FRENCH STYLE
ment to clear the land when the with M. R. "Bus" Mathews dedicated to this task though they
fair Is over. general manager of the Marco may sponsor and support other ture Detergent
The only obvious sources of Island Development Co., as guest sorely needed community pro. Another objective was to pro. Green I Beans
vide buyers with a uniform
Income were sale of exhibit speaker. He will outline the jects. King
graded supply of calves.
spare and outright donations plans of his company for pro. 79 2 Cans 2c
Top price was $21.33 a hun. Size
King CtlcVIIITJ POTATOES 2c.ml9c
viding a 50,000 resident com dredwelght for a group of
mushy In Marco and the surrounding .
HARRY W. CLOUSER choice Herefords. Calves were
area in the near future, Bank Of Naples predominantly In the good and
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repr.*eniing thelllctropolitan According to club publicity chairman medium grades Those graded -------------- --- ---------

Life Collier Jack County Rothfuss fresh, he from comes a suc.to Names BoehnerAs good sold at an average of 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 ..

t vies aw.xtaw N V cessful career in community developments Those about $18.40 graded a medium hundredweight paid out "."..'" hit coupon lor II EXTRA ITAMPI, ft.rt.tm' this i......" for II EXTRA STAMPS, HI-C

as witnessed by his Comptroller about $17.30. Overall average ,In oltlon to there rtsuUrly' "'''.*', when you buy In addition lo ,..... 1..1.,1, ,,,,,,,. wti.n you buy
will recommend i
gladly: development of Deltona. Lions about $17.60.
program to fit your per are urged to bring guests to th.mel'Ung price The was sale was the first of Its KRAFT'S FRENCH DRESSING 8 ox, 29c I KRAFT'S TARTAR SAUCE 12 oi 43c DRINKSLimit

lonjl Life insurance especially former kind in south Florida and the Limit I ,., family. Ol'troiplroi I I per fimlly Odor

needi Call or write: Lions. second In the state's history. Au|, I, IM4 I OIpl,.. Au|' I, IIM ,

Midway P. O. Box 2.3098 995 With newly MAKE elected PLANS president 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25J 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 46OZ.

Naples Fl Gabe Luff presiding the boardof Shippers Can't 3 ,
------------------ -------------------- CANS
directors of the Lions Club

luncheon met Tuesday at the, JUly Piccadilly 28, at a noon Pub. Make Truckers 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50

r '- Plans were discussed for In. Carry Free Ads
creased activity'and participationby "."..m this eeop.n f., 10 CXTRA STAMP, "."..m IhU" coupon '.' M EXTRA ITAMPI."

FOR-SUN ;::FISH the Lions in zone, district TALLAHASSEE (AP) Ship. In, eddltlen I. then r.,ui.riy" e.rn.d, whin yw buy I" .ddi11M' is ,..... ,..u.orl. sliced, ....." yei buy
Saturday to
and state activities of the Lions pen were
( Silver i King International Organization. They sr .,s'slt'wtlErs' require trucking companies to GIANT TIDE 74c SNOWY BLEACH 49c i
carry their advertising signs
(Bo.l N AFEkFAST also discussed stepped| up plans without cost, In an order hand. Limit I M' f.mlly. 0".roiplrot Limit a"., family, Offorolrtt !1
for fund raising drives and am.
)i MODERN palgns. f ed down Friday by the Public Au|. I, I 1'64 Au| I, IH4
FISHING CRUISER Utilities Commlislon.
The money raised from these
f NII-Mi 23940I endeavors will be used solely to If shippers wanted the trucksto 50
l MI carry their advertising, the 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50NNE
Lamb In
I Cecil conserve eyesight, especially
Capt. order read, they could place It -------------------- -------------- ,
needy hlldren bi providing
? .J/ through an advertising agency,
things ast eye examinations. unless the trucks were hired ex.

cluslvely by the shipper, i
Commission chairman EdwinL. I '

required truck operators te, '
UNBARS OFFICE k,ir SUPPLIESH14IM8S staff at the Dank of Naples a* or and put advertising messageson
the vehicles without payingfor PRODUCE j

N.ck JOLT.1 RLCEIVLDL.nii.M ussd eftlci lurndur.,j comptroller.Boehner was with the State of the service ;
..uipment, ..d m.clnn.. at i .mendws Mason said this amounted tl' _
..uins. Forlda as a bank examlrer for
discrimination and ordered the
MACIIINr.S .S\LrS. Ktl'AlK* the past seven yean. Prior to practice halted. NORTH CAROLINA'STender

AM RENTALS -- MrK: I'ROMI'T that he was wlt'i: the First National The commission d1 mt rule

DEI.IVEK1 SFKHK7KJ Bank of Miami for six out the ut. of state, federal aid Green LETTUCE

Slh Are .s... ill 2.20:1:1: : years In various departments, charitable agency signs III the
including the Trust Department trucks r
He was also In the United Sires' BEANS

Air Force for five yean in the *OC| TRAM MAI OfFlOAlOA
finance and Accounting Depart '* TOIKISTS WILL

FLY ,. t& NAPLES ments.Boehner Is a native of Philadelphia

-- --- -r.r: MIAMI Pa., and has been livingin 2-354 i
Miami for the past several ffiL1Si1i

yean prior to moving to Naples.He .
New Year Round Daily Schedule is married to the former rrr M
Marie Sullivan of Miami and hast

Naples To Miami family of two girls and one /

boy. tie will be residing at 1342 "
: AM I 1130: AM 345PM. .
Miami To Naples Tenth Street, North. SPECIALS FOR MON., TUES. I WED.
900AM. 215PM, 500PM. Sunday August 2. 11111 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 .
10.5. ci Ih. 1..1 I., Im tsp ee.lliy ershesdlsel

Connrrtioiu and Krufrfstioiu to any point I I. the world

NAPLES AIRLINES I Jr..I'1I .f"/.f/ Slrr''C,

Naples Airport Concourse 1 Miami Airport INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALI r
Ml 2-UJ4 NE 44111 .
City Ticket bffU Naples Trsvtl Agency 4 Conn I I MI 2.3696 1175 Pine St Naples, Fl.. et



I Y I : She jolli.r Oaa 1 r a NtUI .} # ,fr.. The Small Bridge, FirstBY

yi T fCC* .

i SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1964
I Newspaper Enterprise Assn.


1 Don't Pick Up Hitchhikers r} b ,

u s For more than 16 yean rv

t Many middle-age businessmen of today face another hazard. If there is an accident thousands of visitors to the

I I hitchhiked thousands of miles when the driver may be sued by the from United almost States every and countryof Canada

they were youngst!. In school, and It "thumber." In 20 state and the Districtof the world have been the

makes them feel me ?i and guilty! to drive Columbia the law provides that the recipients of warm and sincere
by a hitchhiker when they are motoring owner of the automobile is liable to his auspices hospitality.of various organiza a

along the highways, .But they would be "guest" in case of injury through 'or lions, such as World Hospitality

well advised to swallow their guilt and dinary negligence" these visitors not only
wonders of
not stop. There haa.fee: rvto great change The chief of the Colorado State Patrol raw nature buildings and factories, They

,m the hitchhiking"'tteornity in recent put it this way in a recent article: spent weekends with new

;; "There are still some drivers who feel friends i explored kitchens
years.There and back yards helped broila
are startling facts to back up guilty when they turn down a 'thumb steak or shared a family learning to know one an

this and other warnings not to pick up bum' on the highway, yet there is no conversation. other. It is like the si, all!

present day "thumbers." reason to feel any obligation toward Valuable as is this hospitality bridges which the Japanese.
no one supposes thatit build across a ditch They
In New Jersey, state troopers checked these moochers. You wouldn't open your can solve international ten could step across but the

turnpike hitchhikers and discovered 162 home to them; why admit one to your sions. Life Isn't quite that colorful little brides pro

runaways, 98 servicemen absent with. car." simple. Yet over and over vides the iwo'
again it has provided the meet and talk
out 'leave inmates mental J. Hoover director of the FBI persons can
seven fleeing Edgar bridge of friendship. These small bridges i of

institutions and five'escaped convicts. puts it this way: "Offering a ride to a Uhj' ('On'tI e try the same communication are needed in

The fingerprints of 500 others were on stranger, like passing on a hill or a curve, thing more frequently In our our communities.It .
own neighborhoods The is somewhat shock UK: ,,0
(riminal records. is a dangerous, blind gamble. In neithercase subtleties of sn many' len..Ions know how many of us lute

Collier Countiens getting ready for can the motorist foresee what Is In our cities. towns and never had a speaking) at- .

vacation aut6' !trips would' be well ad- ahead." villages; demand that we qua I n tan c e or personal

vised thesa-facts mind and break down the rigid barriers friendship with someone in a
to keep in Collier Countians who will be motoring Instead of perpetuating the different ethnic t I cultural,

DO NOT PICK UP HITCHHIKERS. That around the educational
country on vacation trips "loreignness' of so man.' of racial or palletn.

the man (very few women hitchhike) or this summer should not forget the above -.. our citizens. We arc so busy entertaining
friends that become
our I we
boy looks clean/ honest and deserving is warnings by G-man Hoover and the Colorado J- : Imagine what would hap. strangers. to those who are
: .
no guaranteaJ' };! Is what he appears Patrol chief The same advice will 'I1tJRR/:;;" ".. tt'..:;:t'i.; : ..,; ." .. :......-.. .; ... pen if attorney, ministers outside our little circles.
be.iIIThat ... .,....." o. ... ;.rest, trw'MLr"aki.. ..arckaa carpenters auto workers or The problems of the world
to i Irwhy most collegeshave probably be given by Chief Caruth- -
housekeepers would entertain
tit.; : . .i ; f Y>> are far too complex for any
established pick up points where ers or Sheriff Doug Hendry if anyone \ ;. _. their parallel in some of us to solve by ourselves

motorists may volunteer rides to students cares to ask them prior to starting out - other racial or ethnic group. Chatting in your own backyard
....... Thatlouldn't solve all of the
without fear of being attacked and on vacation trips. Mr. K Plays His Cards ;/'' p o Je problems but it would provide ant accent with a or man skin of a tone differ-or

robbed enroute. A pleasant and joyful occasion can an area of understand cultural background won'I

For instance, out of 100 hitchhikers be turned into misery, or even death, by To Squelch Red RivalsBY In 'fheI' ing. solve them all either But it

passing through a small Arizona town, the seemingly harmless "thumb bum" ii lIa) ikau. the international will build I that small bridgeIt's
f .n' W fa nhlus semantics expert something that anyone
,lice discovered that 84 had criminal who looks so helpless and forlorn as he RAY CROMLEY ,- I.as told of the value of of us can do now It might:

"ords and 12 others were either juvenile stands by the highway. You may feel Washington Correspondent By THE ASSOCIATED "small talk." Two people can be exciting to see what Mould
Newspaper Enterprise Assn. PRESS chat for a few minutes con happen if that movement
., runaways or AWOL servicemen, guilty as you maintain speed and pass NEW YORK (AP) BernardM. cerning the weather or spoilsor spread across this hl'lm.phere' -

Only four of the I 100 did not have po him by but your chances of getting Baruch, the financier, had any other subject, simplyWashington
WASHINGTON-(NEA)-The removal of Leonid Brezhnevas Robert Moses, president of the
t lice records. back home safe and sound from your president of the Soviet Union may be part of a cat-and- New York World's Fair, as his

Can you recognize a reputable and vacation will be greatly Improved.If mouse game Khrushchev is playing to keep any of his lieu guide for a tour of the fair
from ? tenants from taking his crown before he dies. grounds
harmless hitchhiker "thumber"
appearances MUST pick a at
you up Kremlinologlsts here think Khrushchev Is worried about "An Incredible evening," said NEWS
Many people think so-and guess wrong. least make it a point to stop by a service the growing power of MkoUy I'odgorny Less than a year Baruch, 94, alert though frail, I

Five members of one family picked upa station, police station, or some other suit ago I'odgorny was listed as the lowest ranking man on the after the sightseeing trip Thurs. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

young man who murdered them and able place and advise someone there of ruling Presidium. Today he's ranked with Brezhnev as one day night.
of the two men most likely to succeed Khrushchev as top "This ts the only place In the
stole their car. A woman driving alone your auto license number, name and des. man in the Soviet Union. world," he said, "where theresa

picked up a uniformed serviceman because tination and be sure to mention that you Brezhnev has been in the news as the likely "crown such a combination of art approval WASHINGTON of some(AP) technical- After dom to pray III public schools
down. prince." But Podgorny has quietly been his and science, of history and of Friday made what he called his
his car had broken He are carrying a hitchhiker. consolidating amendments, the Senate passeda
the past and the future," final\ appeal to House membersto
where .
it counts. He's been but
power slowly carefully gatherIng "freedom of Information" bill
killed her. a i Otherwise, it may be your last vacation the reins of patronage Into his own hands. Friday and sent It to the House, sign a petition to bring to

Motorists who pick up a hitchhiker trip HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac. where Its fate Is uncertain the floor
I PODGORNY HAS BEEN ABLE TO CAPTURE a goodly tress Joan Crawford has en. Rep Frank J. Becker, R.
The Senate had the
i part of the patronage because the other members of the tered Cedars of Lebanon Hospl. but assistant N.Y., made several previous re.
Presidium have been sick or busy with other critical tasks. tal for the third time In two measure Tuesday quests. The amendment Is be.

The Best of Boyle openers.and.a.half.thick You'll never make foot. Brezhnev, as president, has had much of his time occupied months for what Is called are. bert Senate H. Democratic Humphrey' had leader moved Ilu.to fore the House Judiciary Committee .
armor bat.
I with ceremonial jobs lie has had to greet endless currence of pneumonia. reconsider which c' amp let e d
and Sen.
tleshlps Humphrey
'IIY' HAL ortt. Pittsburgh'has numbers of visitors make state visits. Anastas Mlkoyan has She entered the hospital In lengthy hearings In June but
Make steel Edward V. Long, D.Mo..one o(,
for Deer
your nf
. . e has taken no ictlori.i .
4 I" L and auto been III part of the tlmcr.yje has also been occupied: with Hollywood Friday Her condl.tlon the bill' .
gaudy fenders You'll sponsors, agreedqthg
I i I Becker says he has 170 of the
trips to Japan Cuba and the United States. was described as good.
never make the Empire State minor amendment's Friday
By DOD YOEt.KIVwQr 7 a young nation grew It's muscles ,, Building. Frol Kozlov has been paralyzed as result of a heart attack. night and the bill was again necessary 218 signatures to
G. I. Voronov has been busy running the Russian Republic ASPEN, Colo. (AP)-English forte his proposal! to the floor,
( Hal Boyle Is 111.) of steel.Pittsburgh. You'll make Chicago steel passed without opposition
PITTSBURGH (AP) Chlca. steel made by the i with pushbuttons, with white- largest and most important state in the Soviet Union. A. P. composer Benjamin Britten t It would spell out In detail the despite what he called an organ. .
winner of the first Award Ued drive by opponents to M
go people say their city Is be. old-ttmers was more than steel; coated technicians peering at Kirilenko has been saddled with the problem of getting right of the public to Inform I
coming the new steel cajJt!, It was sweat and blood and I: dials and gauges. The froduc. Soviet industry going according to plan. D. S. Polyansky is the Friday, says he'll use part of tlon from government depart. get names members to remove their
$30,000 establish
They claim ithe* 'westward? gloom and hope. tlon line will be machines. charged with getting agriculture on its feet. an meats and agencies and would 'J.!
award for a British musical WASHINGTON (AP) The
movement has 'swept the great. R was Pittsburgh Iron that: In Pittsburgh, steel was made N. M. Shvernik has grown old and feeble. Khrushchev has permit federal court suits to United States
composition that Is "a has the
est steel center out of these whizzed through the air at Get with chovels. It was made In had his hands full with international and domestic crises. pleasureto challenge withholding of Infor. Soviet rejected
wrinkled Ohio Valley hills and tysburg. thunder and fire, In a smoky With the rest of the Presidium too busy to spend much perform matron with the burden of proof tlon conference proposal for Laos.a new But 14na.It
plopped It out there on the flat It was Pittsburgh steel that brlllance that glimmered off the time "handling the cadres" (patronage), more and more of LOS ANGELES (AP)-Singer on the government agent, left the for
F prairie. r*' pushed railroads across the rivers and filled the sulphur this work has fallen into Podgorny's hands. Patronage, of Mel Torme has won custody of WASHINGTON (AP) The approval way later open under possible certain

Don't believe It, Chlcag6. prairie. It was Pittsburgh steel nights with sight and sound and course, means power his son, Tracy, 5, after accus. sponsor of a constitutional conditions.
It was a statistician who that built so many of the great smell. Podgorny has been aided in this growing control of patron. Ing his wife, Arlene, of adultery. amendment to guarantee free.
skyscrapers and bridges It made In 16-hour it believed close connections with V. N.
slatted the story. He added up was weary, age a by Titov whois -- -
sum figures and made, some And It was mostly Pittsburgh days, by sweaty, grimy men in charge of patronage on the routine working level.\
comparisons steel that showed the kaiser, putting down roots In a new
But the |people here'blow bet. and Hitler, and some others a world, by men who could speak KHRUSHCHEV HAS BEEN BURNED once before by a Historic;! COLLIER COUNTYBy
ter. They consider them spirit, thing or two about Industrial but a few words of the English protege who became too strong. He groomed Frol R. Koz
lov to be his successor, even announced him his heir. Koz
and they say the spirit Isn't like. might language. as KURT GRIESSHABER eau AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
1)} to leave these Mils. You ran make your Chicago That was the spirit that made lov grew ambitious. There were reports he had begun to ...
steel for '. edge Khrushchev aside. Then came Kozlov's heart attack. '1"- IF .. -.; ...
For .It..was In' Ittlb hh': that paper -lips and can Pittsburgh steel It a glory f ,
that cannot be erased, or stolen This experience with Kozlov made Khrushchev wary. He
away. doesn't want a clear-cut successor who could depose him. * CALUSA INDIAN RELICS

WAIHlNOTON AND"SMALL Maybe, Chicago, the statist! Kremlinologists here believe therefore that Khrushchevis '

Clan will convince you that you now determined to play Brezhnev and Podgorny off against
I BUSINESS"lyCWIltONHAHDIll are the new champion of steel. each other He's shifted Brezhnev out of the president'sseat

Perhaps, you will feel high and they reason, to give him more time to compete with Kurt Griesshaber, author and illus

mighty. Podgorny on patronage. trator of this series of historical articles
If you do, you might from With Brezhnev's background and connections and with the this week gives proof that many
time to time slip off your help he'll get from Khrushchev U.S. estimate that
'rhl'rII a child nuisorybook I mining lit billion and unemployment interesting and historically valuable
crown of steel and read the In. within six months to a he'll be well ahead of .
which tells the story of benefit totalling |8 year Podgorny items still are to be found in the
the Ark of Noah and relates billion plus $8 billion being crlptlon Inside It sayst At that time U.S. Kremlinologists expect Khrushchev will Naples f f t
how the animals, two by two, spent by private parlies. Thus, "Made In Pittsburgh. help build up Podgorny or someone else in order to hold area as well as throughout Collier
I proceeded up the gangplank be. the total Is $40 billion. Hrezhnev down. They believe Khrushchev doesn't want County Drinking cup from thell found
fore the dulugv Some of the See Brezhnev to have too much either,
power local I
Griesshaber has sketched several veer golf coerce
animals were apparently, cOH 80 as the ant Inquired of the Not True ((7)) a
cling to this version nut too elephant who be thought he wasshoving A Denver, Colo., district POMAOE.OURR" items he has found in the area Anyonecan
considerate of others in theca U srrmi quite remote find similar things if they are -
haste to Judge accused the district attorney "'I\: I' >\ ARISE "OEEM can
get thai another billion ran push
aboard an those In poverty Into affluence of not spending C ALENA."ASSE ful and observant '. '

this story relates when $40 billion has not been enough time in his office. ELL ETo DIP ., -

"and able to do so. The accused, contacted at .\nu" :In t'u.ltld .. A G E NT. DIE I Shall awl found nor a local
said the ant S * his mountain cabin, denied
I M( Ii
: Prepare fur
to the ele i Now fiom another part of the the charge. 5. Hlulle 1'1'11111111 Rare tone pipe carved In marina.
I lOt ATE. II R E SInhutary
phant'who country there is Rep John 2/$. Irtldl
do you think Dowdy of Texas. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. il. Ilagg.trd 30 l'pruar 1'0' II E. Re.O T .. shape of an alligator
you are shoving" See novel1Canal; 91: i 1I LIP. ROD. E D E. Shell Hoe

11* recently declared he Ismyil COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 1 !. 3:1: :Nt1211uuting d itii11e"'' Lie I t T R I INS E 0 f found neor
a. facts.Ihe
:flrd as well on the MICHAEL CHANCE, Edit-Publisher .84 ( tlllIe', 0 Z 0 N E. 5 U I T E D
Thla I. L-pt. of Agriculture releases -
somewhat I onethirdof THOMAS HAVER Auoclsts Editor dug 311 nlIId"lIeI TENS C, M P E. R V
C.W.Hsnd.eakin ( a report that
to the statement made by' the U.bOO.OOO American families MARSHALL WYATT, Ads Manager 14 Oini| court 40. 1'ieiuil.
Kep. Karl HUson, Indiana. ( represented as living In ALBERT DAVID HERMANSON.OPOLKA, Mech. tupt.. 15. Kneecap 41 Wind SOLUTION O> YISTEROAY PUZZLE
e. ,* farm families 16. U'mird IllSlrumenl 4 (Overspread
p poverty are MRS. LOUISE DAUB, Office Mir. \Dl4J \\ \ re
Now according to Rep. Wilson SSS 18 Apple seed \\lllo 1. Watering 5 DucrNII:
this billion dollar War on Now Inasmuch as about the Published t dally, I Monday 19 lit ,r 41 liming 6 Ilirrr-I from \
does not add time the Dept. of Agriculture and Saturday.. In th.cI:.'n by J'10I\n : Pottery with designs" \\ :
Poverty same the Collitr I County Publishing Co, measure Mountain : baiulnlarmadillo :? ,
see through one of Us Inc., Ml Twelfth Avenue. South N. :20 Fug Idler past J.11* from J: ; bottom of spring >> 1I
lie points out that there Is more than 500 tax paid press Bits, 17)7 Fl., JJ 40. Moil add,... P. O :22 Opposite 45 tranquil HtndHiird 7 1'eierter : '" 1iI ..,..
already $40 billion being spent agents revealed that the census .
H :Nun
/ nlaI.r
to alleviate poverty, and If shows there are only 3,481.000 T.l.phon. Mldwsy, 1-1107 for all ,{ / \\
dp rtmnts. ,
$40 billion la not able to do the farms In the nation Rep Dowdy . . 1 1-1 4/ S b T e I /4 J"..lseutanull tlcltlem: :: c. /a. ,
job, how ran another mere billion If confused In other words Subscription Rata
dollars do the job there are 2,000000 more poverty By oats..e mall psyibl In /" ; It /y III t nnustInpcrlwle Bone -
oee stricken farm families IdvsncoM
He finds that the nation has than farms. It gets confusing Ons,.. Y..' 111 5., Manths S1.S0. 14 f// IS IJ C.Ulllp Owls Vs1
S . T" Months l.7S. t/ -' tT I; Ikttle ti'rte
been spending or alleviation of
.mb.r of Th. Asiocitd Pros, found
poverty already the following It gentlemen turn as these which, is .n\lll. "Iu..v.ly to fns I. 11 / 10 r ll Sumner inparia
sums food 1 stump plan, $:U keep on with such skeptical use tor ropublouCon, of all local ( some
rrhabllltati U be derisionIII n.ws (tame pllnted In M/a/ p.p.r ss. I, II 11
million vocational questions may a o 0 ll: Bflllhi
will as all AP n." dspatch.s: M
grants $100\ million, student be reached to appropriate : ("Iur aria
EnUrod wend claw "
ss mitur
loan program $135 million more money to send a special th. Post Office at Naples, Florid, U lJ 1f lS''l 10 H. 1m pOling V
x-jtumnl educational seta lank forte out of Washington under Act of March 3. 1197. ...
,90 million public works ae- to arch out poverty, somethinglike Th. NEWS assumes no responsibility Z1 0 J6 J. l;huddmg: Acne acid ,1
leiation' $214 million area IHogenes and his lantern for the return of unsolicited
,..1u lopment administration looking around for an honest manuscripts, or photographs ,yd : : IJl : 15 Haelallonedul
The NEWS assumes no financial ; r !h /
'22! million Indian education man. Hut perhaps even better ,
.I responsibility, for typographical errors .11 JJ J, .. 29l.dmehke l \)
M I w lime $249'mllllon. donai would be a plan to resettle or omnsions in advertisements J1
''I i "d icimmodlticK to needy about J.000,000 surplus bureaucrats but II noticed of such .,. nil roes before the next lssus of the JJ \\j I "rnbill
MCI/ us $304 million public on Ihe land and thai way paper will reprint correctly that IJIJ i 411
": ':li-in I ,: loans $309) million, the nation rould be assured of purl of the advertisement ,In which' / 1-6 h..1. riser -1-- found near Corrlb- s0: :
slrlck- the error occurred In the event Slime ofl / 43 t5l'.ulide" ,
m :'nip.wcr' rrlrpning( (411 pill- at least 2000.000 poverty clement would render the '
lion ,rbin renewal II.|.J billion. en farm families, a* hands correction. ".lu.I..., Th. NEWS .I lto I IIrllllll.1I eon Garden,
The- total $9 billion and add. that have lived by raising laves will" reduce the price of the sdver.tisement .J f 41 Ii FnrltiRpdrl

this" must be Included so- could probably never raise the percentage by."of amount the total equal space to Qf Iran Flying bird carved from
cii !set unto payments now much else as the erroneous or omitted copy Par me 22 mn, 1e N.wM' ..,.... 311. Droop porpoise
l n? t. ,I..... n A I_MM awlnw represented. 34. I.Itthing bone found on Marco Island



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. Sunday, August I, 1961 COLUER, COUNTY, NEWS Smmokalee

(Continued from page 1) .- vSMMWKiar, f s P CENT

for a dwelling ., 401 Bow Line
Drive for Victor Songer L.V News W-D BRANDED FRESH FROZEN
Shields wis issued two residen-
tial pef 1lts. One Is for a $17, .' BY MRS W, ti. GARRETT GOV'T. INSPECTEDFRYERS

800 residence at 630 Murex aminAi..M IlawaalMrAr'. 1r11 M54W. n9 w'.. '
Drive for Mrs. Ruth Waples,
and the other Is for a $17. Pouring of the concrete curbIng pered erection of the building
500 house at 479 Palm Circle on the south side of Main and facilities," Buckner said. :
for AJ. Kinsley. Street got underway Monday "'I want the people of Immoka
Wigs and Maale will make temoon as a crew of workers lee to feel that this Is their
a $4,500 addition to the homeof from the W.L. Cobb Construction station and they, not 1, will determine -
Charles C. Haffner, 3753 Co.,under the direction of the type of programsand
Fort Charles Drive. William the foreman, W.3, .r"es: set music the station broad-
Gregory plans to build a $16, the forms a t the intersection: ol casts," he said. "I want to
000 house at 121 Second Street Third Street and Main Street, move to Immokalee with my
South. Bahama Pools plans to and poured the first approximate wife and three children at the
Install a $2,000 pool for Raymond 300 feet of curbing before earliest possible moment. I ati WHOLE or CUT UP
Head, 537 Mooring Line the 5 pjn. quitting time. have a nice three bedroom homein
Drive. Mr. Jones sad Tuesday, as Naples, and possibly some- ;
By categories,July const ruction the crew neared the Seventh on* whn works in Naples In 1m*
Included $1,352,000 In Street Intersection,that It would mokalee,has a home here they
Prk.i Good Thru Wed. Aug.
apartments, $545.124 In residences require about two months to might consider swapping on a 4't't is .
$296,500 commercial, complete the pouring of the policy of assistance to each "a
$18,384 miscellaneous,and$13 curbs and five foot sidewalk other without giving up title to Per
039 worth of alterations and entire length of the project. the property. Such an arrange 28cai
I additions. This, of course, could be leng- ment would help both of us." Pound
I thened If we get undue rainy ." .
conditions which would delay SMASHES WINDOWSTwo !
II RuffinWilliam the pouring of concrete. When baywlndows were knocked
Otis Rufflr, 74, died this project Is completed It will out at the Western Auto Store
,. Friday afternoon at Naples give the community a very Monday afternoon as Early Mae
Community Hospital. He had modern looking MalnStreet. In Davis started to pull Into a diagonal Quantity Right Reserve*
been a resident of Napes for modern looking Main Street. parking space and her
the past three years, coming In the short time we have been brakes failed to function. ,
here from Thomaston Ga., here,we have received the most The Impact sent the front
where he had been a superin- cordial and friendly relationswe end of the car crashing throughthe dM
tendent In a textile plant. He have ever experienced In stainless steel casing and
made his home here at Lake any community, Jones added. broke two panes glass. High- _
Kelly. Meanwhile the construction way patrolman Robert Miller
He Is survived by his widow, work on the north side of the Investigated the accident. Damage CRACKIN' GOOD
Mrs Elvis Ruffin of Naples street Is progressing rapidly to the store was estima ,
a son, Roscoe, of Scotia, N.Y.t with the loose sand being removed ted at about $500 and $50 to Sweet or ButtermnkBiscuits ,
and a brother,Grover, of Tho- to make room for the the car. It was not Immediately -
maston,Ga. clay foundation material. The learned whether charges r; Er ,
He was a member of the Masonic dragline had proceeded along would be placed against the _
lodge at Moultrie, Ga. the street from Eighth Street Davis girl.Appeals, r t
and< of the Albany, Ga.,Shrine to the Intersection of Third
Club. Street by noon Tuesday,and the 8 0z.

Funeral services will be In clay foundation was proceedingabout Board Cats
Columbus, Ga., with IntermentIn a block and a half behind
the Park Hill Cemetery at the dragllne. Selected 511.Beel.
Columbus. Local arrangementswere "We are stockpiling the dirt Meets Tuesday
handled by the Richard A. as It Is hauled out,"Mr.Hellig, \

Pittman Funeral Home.o project supervisor, said "so On Ingram BidThe In Our fresh Bakery Dept.
that after the curbs are finished ,
we can fill In behind them
: where needed before the side Zoning Board of Appeals Liver DIXIE DARLING OLD FASHIONEDBread2
LETS will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesdayat
walks are laid." City Hall to hear a request ( J
Cars parking In the downtownarea by a downtown Fifth Avenue mer. ib et,
fit,tI" are asked to refrain from chant to have off-street parking l0ar/a 33
t parking along the center line of requirements waived so the m.r. 39c
the road, as this creates a chant can put a second story on
Bps Vivian Ogg hazard to trucks and equipmentwhen his building. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN' CINNAMON
Twenty-five cars park on both sidesof Building Official Bert Pinkrton
one-fourth of the years populi.ago the project. But, better than denied giving a building permitto Pak PIt
head of
Roy Ingram, Ingram
this, would be the of 19cR.
lion were riyal dwellers. Hardware, when he asked If he Buns .,. 33c
Main Street as much as
The 1960 possible .
census shows could expand the present one.story .
that leis than 10 per cent This would not only be building adjoining the hard
of today's citizens are better for motoristS, but would ware store to the west Ingram
farmers . The dialln,. also permit the workers to proceed would need 14 more off-street r
without a lot'of interruptions parking spaces than he can pro.
tit people in the U.S. are
vide on the property to meet theClty's
In Beverly Hills That city
At the present time the pro- recently-stiffened park. I
has 12 phones per 100 ject as a whole Is progressingpretty log regulations.Host EVERYTHING PRICED TO SAVEYOU; MONEY
people. The Capitol Is well on schedule,Hellig of Ingrain's Fifth Ave.
next with 83 and San said. nue lot Is occupied by the build.
Francisco comes next with Ing Itself, with a limited area
71. . If the at the rear for parking space.
of increase continues present rate the RADIO STATION The situation is common to many NESCAFE Limit One With $3 or More Order
CJV'Dlck"Buckner reported downtown buildings.
world population will double
Monday that the clearing of Formerly, the City ordinance
to close to S'/ billon, the land for the location of radio pertaining to off.street parking
"t by the end of the century. station WCOF (watermelon regulations considered only the
And you think parking Is Capital of Florida) on Immokalee square foot area of the first Inst. Coffee 6 ci. 69c
bad now! . Drive was about completed.He floor of a building. A short time Jar
The population boom Is said that he had received ago, City Council changed the
making all real estate pro bids for construction of a 20'x ordinance, requiring one off.
eenei more difficult . '0' C.B.S. building for the street parking !space for each
additional 400 feet of
It'. harder to find suitable station equipment and offices.A .
building floor area, regardlessof
places . at suitable contract will be given early what floor the area Is on. NORTHERN WHITE OR ASST, COLORS LIMIT FOUR AQUA PINK GOLD
prices . with future as.ad next week, with construction to
*. That is our prerogative start Immediately. "I am aim- Tissue 4 Roars 25C Dial Soap l tFoSize u lOc
and profession. . let Ing at broadcasting the Labor DEATHSCHESTER .
an agent from VIVIAN Day Rodeo from the ground"
OGG, REALTOR, 824 5th Mr. Buckner said. "AtpresentIt Conn. (AP) Dr. ALL FLAVORS RED OR YELLOW HAWAIIAN
Dorothy Reed Mendenhall, 89, a
Avenue South, take care is only a hope-good weatherand pioneer In research on Hodg. R'II. P.k PEE ea. fen
of all your real estate good reception by residentsand kins' Disease, died Friday She Jello Limit Four Punch 4 limit Four oo
problems. Phone MI merchants will play an Important Is credited with Identifying the .
24749. part In determining the diagnostic cells of the disease
.while a fellow at Johns Hopkins
LONDON (AP) Lt, Gen Sir 303 Canl
I The Smart Plati To Go.
William Porter MacArthur, 80, 2 LlmltFou,& 5e .
The Agency With Personal Service royal physician from 1930
through 1941, died Friday at his For Good Things To Eat 1
I London home, Sir William, who
served Kings George V, Edward
Vin and George VI, also was a
A 4-pwMUbl. ,
agency nepana.Ibl. former director-general of
lor protecting you r-
family, horn cod budMM' Army Medical Services and was _.rrrsttennmt we.gtigiAet rmesti. _c xatraestia tm.m.
.,alnat ." .,, inwrabU threatof president In 1959-81 of the Royal
loss through a pluinoo pro- Society of Tropical Medicine. Wife Savin' Frozen Foods Garden Fresh Produce
grim of protection twrantood WASHINGTON (AP) -
cocnpinlM of unqoMtiondnrwncUl Edward F. Woods, 53, Washing
by Sweet DeNclouiNectarines .........___ .,. .
trongth.. ton correspondent for the st, ImlTIJI5 Louis Post.DUpatch, died Fri
day at his home. He was on vs. Treasure lilt Sweet Pink MeetBREADED
cation after an Illness of several
days. A specialist on labor af.
fairs, he Joined the Post.Dls.
/ iniUKf Ulici.( lie. patch In 1948.
j DARIEN, Conn. (AP) Wll. C I
lK. lIam Skill ing Leffler, 70, an en. OR 0-
.PI SI..**I rfc J-SMJ A".... keb glneer credited with Inventing :i

N-pi.., ilel4. jellied gasoline used In flamethrowers Shrimp23t
died Thursday after a
long illness



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JQ FOOT/ HOU/I/ f* rt condominium Lo for refinancing
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6 NTY NHVS Sunday. August 2, 1961 , r Briefs
'OLLIER! .ifr" ....r'.lIj'tAl .\ ,


I. Bike Shirts ,

; : .

Sans Bike

to I A AP New toturi
Over her the polo shirt it
v I wa worn by some people who do not
even know what the game 1 I. all
bout. In London now the sport
ing thing to do It to wear the
a ) >\ "' bicycle shirt, sans bicycle.But .
Ili JAo..t .
: the YOllnalldi. who wear
these over their shorts know very
well what a cycle race it. Currently

Bon Voyage parties, bridal parties, and just plain dill it aa hot sport national with
beat aa
the pedalera
parties keep the social pace not too far off that of "the F British hero.

Season A far cry from |just a few years ago when we ashit eee

more or less rolled up the sidewalks and packed away Although the conservative man.
would not be caught in the daylight
dresses, ties and coats in favor of shorts from June until r without i hit uniform two-

November. More and more Neapolitans are finding more button, narrow-lapel. alim-

and more summer in Naples to their liking. troutered suit, button-down collar
and small dark patternedtie
Last night, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Guenther gave a he eeema willing to brighten

party for Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gail, and Mr. and I wie up like a peacock for party-going.

Mrs. Carl Davis, who leave this week going in opposite Perhaps because men regard
anything worn white having a
directions, but on equally exciting trips ball aa costumes, the menawetr

The Gails, who will be honored again on Tuesday industry has been able to make

when Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Thelin give a small dinner considerable inroads in this number direction.of fashion Long Ir

party, leave Wednesday for San Francisco. They sail popular for formal wear are ruffled

aboard the Lurline for Hawaii, returning to San Fran. I shirts and brocade vests.
Now, for summer stepping out
cisco August 23rd. Before coming home Mr. and Mrs. II the trend away from the conservative -

Gail plan to see something of California. -.... takes a new direction-away
.. .. AJr
"" .. ,
Mr end Mrs. Davis will also be busy saying good I ..- -. ,. from Would luxury you believe fabrics, example and frills.,

bye right up until time to leave Miami on Thursday for PLANS FOR Collier County In the scheme of the Intel''County Tele- that denim, the badge of the

the British Isles. Mr. and Mrs Thomas A. Aldridga entertained phone Svstemcie outlined to city and county officials and civic blue-collar er'* Monday worker breechea and, would the firm find

for the Davises at a small cocktail party. Amongthe r leadm at meeting led Thursday noon at The Piccadilly\ Pub by J. N. itself in the smart set ss a din

guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purcell who are Johnson, president of the company. shown left. Above is the group ner jacket It mingles happily at

leaving soon for a few weeks in Wynnewood, Pa., and who were taken on It i tour of the present facilities \\heie a ttvo-atory black tie parties in suburbia and
addition is under ronslt'u<:tion. ( FOX Fotos) ia great for vacation ialand-hop-
New York. pmg.

The Davises have no set itinerary except for reservations More of the winking man'a or
\ / j Defendant Weds girl's fabrics used in the nighttime
in Edinburgh, Scotland, for the famed music fes l
5BY play world are seersucker,
tival starting August 15th Before and after they will J Vc\v 'fjfr.f' 0 0'1'1 State's Witness; gingham and cotton plaids, both

roam the countryside and plan to play several of the KATHERINE KIRK Serves Sentence aa jackets with narrow, satin
and Mrs. lapels and aa hats' in the same
well known golf courses. En route home Mr.

Davis will stop over in Nassau for a few days I tR' Miss Margaret Rimes of Nap. on his feet and able to come to The PITTSBURGH defendant married, Pa. the(AP) -. wild fabrica. see
les, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rimes Goodland for a day's fishing with pros.ecutlon'a Button i plague you? Lose one
chief witness l InJudge's
ENJOYING IT RIGHT HERE and Andy are vacationing In the his friends He brought three chambers Friday. and then fait to find any to match
Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge, who live on Rudder Road, eastern states spending some large snook to the dock at the the novelty numbers on your
C. Smith
V time in Washington, DC., and Ship Ahoy, while fishing with Judge Ralph sen. cost? It's too late to solve the
have no travel plans for now. They are enjoying their going as tar north as New York Capt. Hank Keith Ship Ahoy also tenced Albert D. Sayles, 24, ol matter for this year'a coat, but
first summer here. Mr. Aldridge retired as president of state. This week they plan to had some nice catches broughtin nearby McKeesport to six to 12 next fall'a fly front models can

Amoco International They originally lived in North Caro. visit Niagara Falla, and enjoy by Capt. George Teany.Mr. and months in Jail concealed on charges ol be counted on to take care of
the Scenic Highway A daughter, Mrs. England, Miss Marti Eng. carrying a weapon that matter.
line Then after several years in New York spent the Camilla Kvetko, from Hialeah, land and Miss Linda Handle, of and assault and battery He was The fly front, aa you aurely

last four years In Paris, France and Geneva, Switzerland. will manage the paper route while North Miami, caught 3 big snook, accused Ann of striking Wallace his 22 girlfriend ol must know, ia a flap that covert
miscellaneous the Rimes are away. Camilla's 2 pompano (a rare catch on the the cloaurea, be these uppers or
Mrs. Walter Wolfe a .
Tuesday, gave ::1J son's Clay, Martin and John will west coast)and some Jacks.Larry Pittsburgh.No buttons. The primary purpose on
shower honoring Barbara Bremerman Barbara, daughter .. get in a bit of swimming and fishing Perkins and party of Miami sooner had the Judge ladies' coats ia to define more
of Mr. and Mrs Dale Bremerman, will marry Larry For while here. caught 3 snook, .6, reds, IG snap. passed sentence than Sayles clearly the skinny princess. shape
will ____ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Keith and per and S sheepshead Capl.Tem. whipped out some papers of the front. But it also gives a
rest Wicks, Saturday, August 8th. The ceremony son Jerry Dee and Peck Mor. ey's father, George Teaney Sr. "I've got a license here t o I girl a chance to ace on a mismatched '
take place at three o'clock In St Ann's Catholic Church tRattN ran of Orlando spent last week. and a friend, of Miami caught 3 marry the girl I love," he said,', button, if she has to.

with a reception at the Elks' Club following. end with the Hank Keiths. They redflsh, 2 sheep shead, 1 snapperand "Ann has written to me all the see
enjoyed getting some excellent 3 large snook. time I've been in Jail awaiting Ruffles for fat women? mous
and Mrs. Forrest
The bridegroom's parents, catches, coming in with their Mr and Mrs.Barney Neese and trial and we both want to mar. ing' Pleats These were frills
Wicks will give a dinner at the Tahitian Cove Friday, after limit of snook in a short time. children Mary, Steve, Ray and ry" that ladiea wearing anythingmore

rehearsal, for members of the wedding party which In- Peck caught a huge rattlesnake, Cindy and Mrs. Addle elver, of Judge Smith called In a Jus. than a site 14 were ex-
while from the canal Lexington S.c. spent tics of the and had the
fishing several peace petted to give up as penitence
eluded Mrs. Charles Hendrlcks, matron of honor, Joan and took It home to add to his days visiting Barney's mothers ceremony performed.The for calorie enjoyed.Now .
Yannaco and Annette Bremerman, the bride's sister, eerpentarlum Mrs. Neutle Weeks, and Buddy couple had a brief honey' at least one designer,
bridesmaids. Gerald Johnson will serve as best man and c "T.z.MARCCNEWS ::: .....- Mr and Mrs. Al Starkey of Weeks. While here, they spenta moon of holding hands under Evelyn Roummi, has scotched
.. .re. Hialeah spent 10 days of their day fishing with Billy Weeks, the watchful eyes of five depu. these idtxs with flattery necklines
the. ushers will be Patrick Talbott and Dale Bremerman vacation at the Drop Anchor and brought in a good catch. ties before Sayles was marched three and four tiers f'

'brother of the bride. Trailer Park. While here, Al Also, spending several days visit. off to start his term. ruffles at 'he sleeve, anbtbuaona
painted the trailer and did other Ing the Buddy Weeks' were Mr. over pleat. The fny r
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stealey Elms left Miami yesterdayto
DIANE DOWERS minor repairs The Starkeys en. and Mrs. Jessie Bell, of Braden. camouflage I big arms and lumf t
spend a month or more visiting their daughters and Joyed fishing with Capt. Hank ton head, Long Island, N Y., to spend figures and flatter the plut

families. First they will be with Mr and Mrs. Wesley ..... ."""' .. ,w: ,-lit, ...-_. '- ..-,,- ..........- Keith. They were back at the some time visiting Dr and Mrs. face with their softness. i i 0e
Scudder. He got as far as Baltl.
Cotchan in Wilmington, Del., end then with Mr and One family of guests stayingat that fishing Is very good. He anda dock on Thursday with their Also limit by fishing I030a.m.with Happy ANNIVERSARY anniversary to Mr. and more, and decided all thai traffic

Mrs. Harold Teppett in Bethesda Md. the Islander Motet Is Mr.and friend caught six snook at Capt. Keith were Harry and Eve Mrs. Clarence Rawls and Mr. and rush was for the birds, so Trinity ChurchWomen \
Mrs. S.W. Halloman from Ml* the beginning of the week. of Deerfleld 111. and Mrs. Keith their he turned around and came homel!
Mr and Mrs. Paul Williams were here for a short Perrin, They Henry on
I amt who fished off the motel fished two days, catching three umpteenth wedding anniversary Clyde said that Yankee country Schedule
1 time, They are now back In Washington, D.C., with plans dock and had a nice catch of CHURCH NEWS large snook the first day, and Al Grandbouche has gone toAshtabuU wasn't for him the Yankees could'keep

, to return to the Bahama Club in October.Mr. six snook the largest weighing Reverend 1.D. Hancock has two big ones the next day. Ohio, to spend sometime It. I asked where his home .Bazaar Nov 17

and Mrs Robert Lindabury with Paul and Janet 18 pounds. The tides are better been reappointed as pastor to Pvt. Bruce Addison of Marco with his daughter and her was originally. and he said Long The Trlnlty.by.) the Cova
for catching the snook at night the Marco Church of God Rev- has been home on 10 day's leave husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Islandl I Annual Fall Bazaar, for severs
(Continued on page 7) has been from Army life In Pennsylvania, drove downto Mr. and Mrs Charlie Hleman 4
around the docks. The fish erend Hancock pastorof Howard. The Howards al years a highlight of the ear.
gather around the lights on the the church for the past four where he has been stationed fore get Al While here, they spenta and daughter Kathy of St. Louis, ly winter season, will be held)
months. few days at Key West, before Mo., are vl siting the Hank Keiths. November 17.
[Read the Want T'Ads I dock. years.Lucille Thompson and sons Word has been erecelved that driving home. Mrs Hleman and Ann are cousins Advance reports from the var. 4t1
who haven't each other
! the Al Cregos, the Zlg Blacks Joe Rawls has reported to FtBenning seen lous committees indicate this
CAPTAIN'S LANDING: Keith and Kevin and Lois and Red Mackmars of Michigan, Ga., after spending 30 for 25 years. The girls took time year's sale will offer an even
Captain Nate Hunt reports Howard, members of the Marco are counting the days until they days with his parents, Mr. and off from catching up with back I
r Church of God,visited In Ever return to Goodland and the Drop Mrs. Brownie Rawls.JoehasJustfinished gossip to go fishing. They report greater selection of rift"/"stock.

:1 Lin", f"r ovcjIItc6FaCJyclrre Weather Review glades last Tuesday.Mrs. Anchor.We a year's duty in the Air they came in with their limit ed ing delicacies.The stuffers"., toys andhome.bak. ,
Elva Griffis and Mrs. are all glad to see Frank Corps In Korea. of snook, several reds and for
I Howard celebrated their Mullen of St. Louis Mo., back Charley's first fish here,he boat. bazaar Is open to the public .
Annie Clyde Shannon started to River.
: Max. Min. Rain and residents! of the Naples
ed a 38 pound Jewflsh. Sally and:
l lt.1rzuJ
% J y July 23 n 71 Tr. birthdays this past week, ." Susie Helmick have gone to area and their visitors are wel.
Dyeke Beach Club Beauty Silo, MI MTM July 26 90 71 050 Monday, July 27th. Lancaster, Ohio, to spend their come to attend
July 27 91 75 0.09 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vvtlllams vacation with their brother,Tom, The time of the sale will be an.
Beauty nil No lon becoming" July 28 92 77 0.80 of Gainesville visited their families .l Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Dowser, of nounced at later date.
are a common -
Age Limit tight In Thailand. It's July 29 92 71 0.01 the Ray Mlllams of Naples Russell Point, left the Drop An.
The other day u gave July 30 92 72 0)3 and the Roger Johnsonsof 1 chor Trailer Park last week,
and Icy-cold sliced
hot there
very everyone tomatoes taut
two people the flr tprrman.nt Marco. Margaret Johnson, after spending several months
very July 31 92 73 0.00
bathea three times delightful with Roquefort Blue l
a here. We miss
\ sister returnedto them and look
had Kay's ,
wave they Dill lupplitd by Caribbean Gtrdni Cheep Dreasing.Latest .
ever had both In the day Among the women Gainesville with Tom and Kay forward to seeing them this! fail
toilet water and bath for a couple weeks vacation and 4 Tommie Dee Kirk returned to
issm dsy On wa a little powder have become ea* her home In Goodland this week,
Confirm Finding Is having a wonderful time. ,
,lady 18 month. old, the
sentlal not luxuries Expensive after spending a month at San For All Age
Johnson and a
other little lady was In Roger daughter Juan, P.R., and Chrlstlanstead,
scented frrnch- Encephalitis Case
her mld-setentiea. It was Bonnie returned home to Marco t St. Croix, Virgin Islands. Whilein
such a pleasure seeing milled soaps are a* com. In Hillsborough after a business trip to Michi- San Juan, she visited Gladys BOOKSSONG
them both strut out of mon on their shopping gan. Returning with them for a ; Pensado and Mr. and Mrs P.C.
the salons like newly lists a* laundry deter TAMPA (AP)-The first case visit was Mr. Johnson's oldest Omeechevarrla, and her aunt and
crowned \\ why genii on ours And every of eastern encephalitis In Hills. daughter, Mary Jones and uncle, Mr. and Mrs Raymond
Queent woman Is extremely careful borough County this summer her two sons. Higdon In the Virgin Islands.
not? They really were!
about the fragranceshe has been confirmed There will not be any news tis
Far Away Dace Health DI. STORY SHOP
Thailand chose to ex-urn her County Department next week. My family and I Dipping' chicken in seasoned
Neill said
rector John S. the
personality. M k'a one pa. are going on vacation toCha r- flour before frying Add a little
We're all sinter under the item, an adult male, became 111 659 5th Ave So.
think, doein't it r 1 in lesson S.c., to visit my grandmother thvm to the flow lilt and pepper -
June after
skin they say. Beauty Sa about working mixiux. MI 2.2520
a swampy are..
"He ia the first, and 1 hope xf
the only case," said Nelll
The disease is a form of THREE SYNAGOGUE POSTSHI r( If )>lOT
sleeping sickness but differs \I 1Oho' t \P V t o2 i Jl.
from the St, Louis encephalitisthat Ph I lip, H. Ullnun; ,,11111. 1 uk II\1I 1\
L illyPulitzerOf struck down 200 persons on .Inane i \li "",n' to".t"" ,i art, kI il Summer
Florida's West Coast In 1862. I IS., :" hear. the R..n-, f
The infection, rarely found ex. I h'II I S,ill" ur I.i., I"ten Iht i' in rl

Naples Inc. cept In natural swamplands, II l I', -. "IS- 11 I 1" 1\ ,'" II \>. 4M ':I f)1. Permanent
causes what Is known as blind I"" SMI.,>> >> ? I re." ,
stagger In tor.... ( h.. hi- v*"'''. lli, .i: ", .iI L.LLSSSSCAROL J'-
t The state health board has -I ,I tit prrtirnint r'I.-I'' "', Lt ""i ./I lJ.P Special

been investigating three other -: .i,ight'r ,'I animaU .nJ poulml .. .. '" "
KEEP COOL, reported case of eastern en. glalifh!, ''I i ao lecher ",,,J. and --- : 1 A
cephalitis, one each In Jeffr. a ,Id, \ II ,ilJms the knife in \MPEN $10.00 & $12.50
CALM ANDCOLLECTED son, Putnam and Polk counties. seta" ""tun.I.I'n" i "le.


IN Ain ,\ tI Guaranteed Complete with hair cut, shampoo ft set ,5$

!I lc From 110 up Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Campen of 180 Third Ave., For Appointment Call ti
Including 123 Permanent Wave
., N., announce the engagement of their daughter Carol f
$12.50 Susan to Stephen A. Shepard son of Mr. and Mrs Fred I
{ ttITO"E Thei permanent Include Body M. Shepard of 291 Hawser Lane.
f Hair Cut Conditioner, Shampoo The brldeto-be attended the University of Maryland and : iDlaJ4 'e4ltt'f S4144

and Hair Styling Is presently employed In Naples as a Secretary In the

Specializing in regular hair styles and Tom McBride real estate office.
. High Fashion hair style Mr. Shepard attended Montana State University and Is m Call Ml 2.6672The Naples S
pin Plasa :!1
associated with his father In Stationer and
I I 5U Are. 0. Naples, Fla. WILLS HAIR FASHIONS Office Supplies of Naples.No \ } > ..

..1 '1"" Av. 5. .... Ml I.XII definite dare had been set for the wedding. \ )

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i-ij l hoCI, 'lellOcrs' Wire)I'l', i.n, ,I". '", I fill' KM, sN ..,uurn tui.u-1 1. 191,1 i it 01111" "' Mi i t M. W s 7
Sewing Group 'Topless' Pants I'I' '4r I Jot, ., ----
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l in> sad I wl lit' vllh camel, It I I's Tn \d\erli-e
liuceoegelln was hosiSa. t huroae Krad The NtWs:
Toward Com reguexperts women to
Working Latest Fashion
Many of the ladles are leaving '
went/ piuits.sults around town,
on vacation but Mrs.
Berger re' and ibinreJinev shirts to dancein
November Bazaar ported that the Candler Brooksare Whim For WomenPARIS with boots, ot couree FABRIC NEWS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL
qr back In town. He Is obvtousl)' quite serious I'.o"Intate, in iiiiMuny and Sinhur laipoon solids
MU Mneatha cowden
tik was Mrs Lots Ward will welcomethe LAP) The monoklii', about Ids fashion philosophy, and plat"le. :\;PTt'xtUltp". wrinkl- free, washable
hostess '10 the ladies of the Naples sowing group on AuguSt 7th. made the big time in 101,111"1111 i which might be defined as "chic:
Oman's Club sewing All members of the 1 Woman's today as Courreges' showed :op.I. existentialist."
group on Friday afternoon at Club are Invited andareexpec lea 1 lonf pants hutI 1111 along i He showed wry nude.t ,,' one o'clock. A Christ ma* ted to bring needle, thread and open coat t hAtI'/ as Koeuttit ,\\. pants and lops In wool MII. Dot, .reds i I Cotton knit.. MI..lon'Illey jl ids. The i
.... table cloth: was In the process ecUsors.M over. the boaomCourregea broidered tulle over suntan rel, |1"'I'laiar''i' Mutik "'It .hlon's newest s.f.a.I.T.C'U;
showed It'nun. i "fduToy and hummmn| .
of ooflrftletton for the November lots of crepe and low.alunj "mono
B &.ar.Mr \I \ORk 4 UPt VK 'lkn other soberer pants, but nut anaLl.pants klni" trousers under along, from 98c yd.
*, !.Owe Berger has asked Inn arc the .penal lUatrxu, collection as It I had open peignoir coat which was
been rumored he might. held together with a bOlat
Miss Cowden to take charge of cnem" ul' a IIcYo oll Rroadua. >
In concept, his lieu fall and J bosom level, The pant were SPECIAL SALE
the paperback books at the tale. pt.t.I'1II1 .u,uution Billed
and whulunii CinipanK. winter collection was much like lOUd, shiny silver sequins OIK' ttii tip <''III'II l i.furrducod\ \\ look. them over,
Mrt.RldurdBrashMrwilrun The group pUi. i I.' put ,,,, MM. one for spring and summer Courreges used lots of smooth, All name btnnds.
rite Pink Elephant oormr be Mowed in January, offer lit, almost satiny, wool eaberdlnes,
with t|* help of Mrs. Dewey cn melodrama Includedcould a choice between strict long! and Ilu.\.smooth rl,..
he reviMli of "Th Cat
Polly e1,d Mrs t'. Mcfarland. and thr Canary." "Ten I Lillie pints or spare, short ven Most of taw evening pants or THE FABRIC MART
Mrs. Berger asks that all out ,," ., short ioat*, suits, and drpk*. short ruts and dieses' canto/
ml| "Th Thirteenthplu
of 'ow';", 1Idlbers send, hrlng '. plu t'nur not t rrl"h.u.1\l .s. In hlush piiik 1'1' 1 Hi\k. .Aiilwhiti 690 Fifth Ave, So. MI 2.3334
Niw; and then, dress' hems combtnath'1I5.
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PASTORATE here is Ke\. John E.
Hice who will preach his first sirmonthis morningas
minister of the First Methodist Church Rev
I Rice comes to Naples from Eppeist{ ( Memorial
Methodist Church of Jacksoinille A reception
in honor of the neu pastor and his family will
be given tonight in the Fellowship 1UI1 followingthe
evening worship service. (NEWS photo) they are the BIGGEST MARKDOWNS IN OUR HISTORYI I STOREWIDE PRICE
SLASHING ON EVERYTHING except a few Fair Trade items)
Geraldine DupontOn average while carrying a mini,,
mum ot 12 hours classworl Remember" we're one of Naples' LARGEST furniture stores . and our COMPLETE
throughout the semester.TheUnlversity's .
Honor Roll grading system Is ba*.. stack it on sale at deep cut prices Come in, ready to buy. You'll be glad you didl! TERMS

Xt U. Of TampaTAMPA ed on a perfect score of 3.1(o CAN BE ARRANGED ON ANY PURCHASE!
quality points.
FLA. .Geraldine; Du. The University of Tampa l!a TO YOU WHO ARE NEW IN NAPLES There is never any red tape about opening an
pout, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Thomas Dupont, 281 11th Ave., located a private In coeducational the Heart of college downtown ,I account at (this big friendly furniture store. A good name is all that you ever need here.

S., Naples, was one of 121 students Tampa, yet isolated from Furniture you want at low prices you can afford/ to pay Never any carrying charges!
named to the Honor Roll the bustle of big city life in sub.
at the University of Tampa for tropical Plant Park on the bank I
the semester just ended of the Hillsborough River. II t r
To qualify for this academic awards both Bachelor of Arts: .. \
honor, a student must have main. and Bachelor of Science degrees, ti 1 SAVE $23HOLLYWOOD
tamed at least a 2.0 quality point with majors in 26 fields of study, 5-Piece

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leave today to motor to Ontario, Canada They will spen<

three weeks visiting their families who live near Wmdso

and Toronto .
Mr. and Mrs Walter DeSchryver leave Tuesday enc s "

will also head for'Canada1: 'Mopping first'jn'Detroit, Mich ,* Sofa ,"

with Mr. DeSchryveris' ;/ sister While in Canada the}), ' iWw,,;,+

will take a cruise on the Saguenay River. ''c .
Before starting south again the De Schryvers wil I I ,M EDROOM' BUY !, Lounge ChairCocktail N|>rlnii| >ri with.'..llr 1".1"totrrrd| llrmllHmnf MiillrrM and and.Net Mnlihlng n( HintwaniIII Bin

visit Mr. and Mrs. frank T. Mitchell in Larchnnont, N. Y A Mullri-Mi and HIK spinneR| nuiiln, .by ,hit, mikrn ul
tint 'lemma' KirlnK| Air' MatlmumiReg.
The Mitchells are in the process of dismantling then r

home for the move In October to the new home they e't '' I Table Value

building on Spyglass Lane
$ 95

"Terrific," "perfect," is the way Mrs. Harry Byrne s
describes the trip she and Mrs. George Robinson tool
to California. It was a conducted tour via train with Foam Cushions

two and three day stopovers in such places as Banff, Zipper Covers White Star
Lake Louise, Grand Canyon, Los Angeles and San Fran

cisco. They were in San Francisco during the epublicanConvention FOAM RUBBER

and stayed at the St. Francis They were or "HOT" BUY

the same floor with Gen. Eisenhower which was an active e Toe Cjet kue'

and interesting place to be, what with prominent poli Confempdrery AT ONLY. . $8995 MATTRESS

ticians, reporters, guards etc., swarming around. Modern StylingInleVeWe 16'195 1 and Matching Box SpringsGenuine
Mr and Mrs. George Longhurst of the logo Mat

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1 and perfect They too recently took the lame train AMERICAN WALNUT rrvfrulooil 8tUng and Quality Comlrurtion at u unbelUiv ber, Sanitized for hygemc /freshness. Exclusive
tour after which they visited their Lago Mar neighbor, e ed SEA MIST able low pde. ap.rk11n1 Hardware sod a large; Itovrind Quilted Cover
Mrs Hildegarcb Ruhl, in Birmingham, Mich Then they Mirror tmlM a new glamor winuttna for your bnlronm.

saw relatives in Dayton Ohio, and continued south via TWIN SIZE FULL SIZE

the Great Smokies for more mountain scenery, before $
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Mr. and Mrs. Longhurst started out in June and

went to Amityville L I I., for their grandson's graduation White Star

Then they spent some time in Poughkeepsie, and Clinton, COMPLETE LIVING ROOM GROUP

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Everyone will be happy to know that George Lakeis
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of Lebanon Hospital in Miami. Before will, In b.wrl/ul N c.ler.' Do
at Cedars nylon .vr. a d.cnen nyw
.1, .lIhor".ht, 'OAW e..hl.. oI"'e' e.marl.a1/1 Made by the maters of the famous Spring Air
the operation, he and Mrs. lake spent a delightful two etym.. ,.. ...If.vc"III.lIft and een..I1..n'o.,
Mattresses. Contains 252 Coil Permaform
months aboard the "Mary Harrison', cruising through the $199 Spring
Bahamas 2 STEP TABLES Units.

AI Smart Johnston n also on the list of convales COCKTAIL TABLE TWIN or $'
weeks with 79.95 ''''
for three
cents. Mr Johnston was hospitalized FULL SIZE .....
but Is better now and back at his desk at
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Also hear via the mails that Mrs. Arthur Bassett hada
bout In the hospital up Birmingham, Mich., way but ,
Save on Danish 8:30 a m. until 6 p.m. SATURDAY
she too is well again, SAVE! REG $44 95
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Stahlman is horne from a week at Camp Shepard in LOUNGE CHAIRSFoam

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.Returning Lettermen Beach Club Gals *****************

f Feature BlindPartners' GAME \

I Naples High School Grid Tuesday July 28 Event, the Beach \

thiti Women's Golf Association David Lyon TIME
neui 1 I a blind partner event The
team ut t Mrs. Wilbur Eckard and I

Sessions Open August 17Practice with Mrs a net S.W.71.McCune were first Soon football season will be here. It is not here si-

,.. Mrs. Homer Dixon and Mrs. ready, despite the efforts of some fast-buck promotersIn
decided nothing would be finer than to
D.i./ Brlggs were second with Buffalo who)
begin August 17 for 13 of them seniors, should make give basketball teams from the a s;, ore of 76. Third place went play a football game in June, right In the middle'of base.
what could be a fairly bright 1964 this fall's Naples High School schools Involved in the playoff td Mrs. E.V. Brumflel and Mrs. ball season.
football season at Naples High club the most experienced Ea.. series even less time than usualto ti.< ipelle with an 80.
School gle team In three years. Coach prepare for the cage season Members are reminded that Locally, football practice begins August 17, and the 10.
On the sane date, Junior high Jerry Morris also will counton This year's edition of the Eagles here! will be a luncheon and game Naples High School schedule starts at Arcadia Sept.
coach Bill Marahall will open some talented newcomers to hopes for a better run of v meeting following nine holes of ember 18. There will be only four home games this fall,
practice In preparation for Ms help build a winning record. luck than the 1963 club. That ;, miijiNi Y II"i Luncheon will be served although one of them will be with Fort Myers. Perhapswe
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third season here. NJHS men. The schedule looks to be the team's 3-54 record Included tw" at the 19th Hole and the meeting can have six out of 10 at home In 1965.It .
tor. toughest that Morris has lined losses by a single point, i 'j DdJrJeIl, ; ", __j of
via follow in the card room
Eighteen returning lettermen, up In his six seasons here. Na. loss by five points, and one !<,,, :.r c..e.&re.I .i the Beach Club.VERSATILE. appears as if state athletic officials will allow teamsto
plea, a small Class A school, by seven points The team wa skews the EriM eter.MUatlM play tie games this coming season. Floyd Lay, high
will do battle with two AA teams, decisively outplayed only onco : ...helped/ priest of the Mate athletic association, apparently doesn't
( five A clubs, two tough Class B all season. If! the, Deeper **>tftiaw; YOUNGSTER like tie scores, so he was about ready to do away with
fill i1l/A 'l j schools, and one In Class C. Only eight players on the IOC "'Ditch tkrn'bHt&ttrtJ! COLUMBUS' Ohio (AP) -Marc them.
team will not be back In 19C4 ,*- i many as ujr BUST)
IS FUN Six of the games will be on Grenier, who made his debut asa
AT Graduation losses did not hit : ,ltb! l .. .1
the road. The scheduler harness driver this _spring on PART OF THE GAME
BROOKSIDEIR any particular position haid. h'I18th birthday, U the son or Tie scores always have been a part of the game but some
Sept. 18-at Arcadia Assisting Morris with coach fJj\tXIJ\ ; veteran trainer-driver Jacques coaches and sportswriters on the southeast coast joined with

Sept. 25-Venlce, home ing duties this fall will be Bill '. ; ;: Gremer Lay In trying to muscle In an eight-play scrimmage seriesto
Oct, 2-at North Ft. Myers Bryan and Jerry Howell Spec. ; : Marc has helped his dad train break ties during the regular( season.
,(' Oct 8-at Clewlston tallied instruction is given bj ' : ' ; i harness horses the last two
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: '' <' Oct. 16-open Morris to the linemen, while 1 'r'. years He also it !the assistantrace These people apparently reasoned that, since we already
R Oct 23-Cardinal: Mooney, home Bryan handles the backs and : announcer at Hollywood have loused up Florida high school athletics by Instituting
Oct. 3GWort Myers, home Howell the ends and wlngbacks. .: . r Park Santa Anita and Sports the controversial football championship playoffs, let's louse
Nov. 6-at Miami Central Morris' record for five years.is Ii IiO ; , ; } man's Park up the sport some more by outlawing tie scores. I
1 Nov. 13- ebrlng, home 29-17.3. ";' '

1 Nov. 20-at Punta Gorda But a surge of enlightened thinking at Gainesville this
...'j., "j Nov. 25..at Okeechobee HOME 1.EYProper past week scotched the ambitions of the tiebreakers On I
Thursday the high school coaches' association threw cold
I Adding to the Interest this water on the proposal. Then Lay's own FHSAA tournament
season will be the extension of committee followed Friday along with the
up on by going
You're Invited to stop the state high school playoffs / e Balance Saves Strokes coaches.
In Sunday, August 2nd and to Class A. Last year they were
watch the ScratchPrterKnnClassic. conducted for the first time on
The elghUplay breaking proposal was adopted only for
This will be the first
time that thin has been hell: an experimental basis and res. ,I fl,1 I ,/, ll" "fl. HJ\lt( \ PRO It"II lcmn /. __ state football championship semifinal games. Obviously,
In Southwest Florida. Bowl trlcted to Class AA. This sea there has to be a winner to go on to the final game. If the
era from Port Charlotte, son, Class A schools such as SPORTS By BLACKIE NEL THORPE championship game ends In a tie, however, the mutually.
Punts Gorda. Fort Myern, Naples, that volunteered to par. Pro, Wtttmoor Country Club Milwaukee deserving teams will be declared co-champions.
and Naples will be here to ticlpate In the playoffs, will com. ttnllin .lor 4P Ira sd, aturr

participate. The Clasiiic Marts pete for the right to play In the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The coaches' association decided that 48 minutes' effort
at 3:00 Sunday afternoon post-season tournament. should not be made meaningless! by a series of scrimmagesby
will proper| body 1 balance Is all-Impurtant to a golfer S Inking am
and the ultimate winner A winner in each of four re. tired players after time runs out on a tie game during the
be crowned Match fameChampion glons In the state will be deter. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, August 2, 1961 clllb without It U Ilk starting a ear In second gear .mot the results regular( season. The point system, by which winners eachof
of Southwest Flor mined by a point system based on ire the same-lurk of> power and precision four regions qualify for the semifinals, makes provisionfor
ida. You this classic I
can see
In action for the next four regular.season( victories.The semifinal I punlnI'rr.'tlv.\ balance ties, so the attempt to outlaw drawn games seems to

Sundays at Brookude. games will be played December I'flugcrvillc Perks Up Again from the ground up. Keep to correspond with the shorter make little sense in retrospect. r!
4 and the championshipcontest
Hey, by the way . have December II, that: will heels close to the ground, stroke. NOT ALL LIKE IT ;
you heard about Brook ide's PFLUGERVILLF, Tex. (AI'Pfluprvlllt' ) So, Pflugervllle has bad weight evenly dti- The golf suing should be likea :
'Blanket Bowling?" Twelve School folks streak and they One-third of the state's Class A schools decided that the
High going >uhd and tour head steady, swinging pendulum sure and
electric blankets are going to glamor and gaudiness of the voluntary state championship :
be given away. Come on out California's are' perking up again. quite' cautiously eves. on the ball. smooth If the hip movement football tournament was not worth It. Of 80 Class A :

and ask for details and get Things died down somewhatlast with 27 experienced To arhleve! good balance the left out the swing Is jerky It schools In the state, 54 signed up to participate in the play.

In on the fun. It'a In progress Oldest Track year' when' the football team It might Just be should shift MH hips Is the fluid motion In the swing offs.

now. Swept By FireSAN suffered a losing streak after fall / to the right (opposite fur that adds yards to a drive.
On Friday the FI1SAA tournament committee placed these
Here's an early reminderfor setting the national scholastic Charles Kuempel, ass len. -hander) before hU body The knees also plav an Impor the best recordIn
those of you who might ; BRUNO, Calif. (AP) record of 55 straight victories his cousin Hub KUt'mlpl| to the right on the up taut role In the complete golf 54 each schools region into four will reglons.and qualify for the the team semifinals. These games
want to play I in a league this Tanforan, oldest race track In .
winter. Now Is the time to : California, was a charred ruin Now they're' talking about enlarging the team which Is .. This shift gets the swing swing. They. should remain relaxed will be played December 4 and the finals December 11.

come on out and sign up. It today after a fire shot throughthe the stadium which seats a male enrollment of smoothly. not rigid\ and perform
look. like we are going to abandoned three story only 800. In a school of 90. The first movement on the similar to shock absorbers on a No longer can basketball coaches In Class A schools counton
have a full schedule of FrI. their prospective players being ready for practice after
grandstand and club house
leagues this winter, so now's day It was so taxed when It was a green team ns lng is the shining of the car. Thanksgiving. In most Class A schools,most of the boys who
the time to sign up while Pflugervllle was swinging along but the Kuempels had the slightly to the )left After If lark of accuracy or control play basketball also play football. The football tournamentthus

you can still select your Within minutes, the grands with the nation's greatest winning squad clli ktrg before hip shift and body movement are one of your problems, Is a detriment to attempts to balance the small high.chool'
team and time. land wall collapsed Into the which In Florida Is top.heavy
streak some games had to be ended. the downswing the follow whether It be off the tee or aiMetlc program,

Watch this column for I with street It carrying and disrupting telephone service poles played. at surrounding towns that of the rill! 'A'1lII... fairway, body balance could be with football. r

weekly news of activities Brook.and i for hours had better accomodatlons.!' PROMISING But remember. keep the diffIculty Without It a golfercan Naples will compete against 12 other schools in Region 3

aide upcoming Bow LBrookside events at I The 84.year.old track on the The night In 1902 when NEW YORK (AP) heels on the ground and not claim a controlled swing. for a semifinal berth. Three of the 12 are N1ES opponents this

San Francisco peninsula was Pflugervllle finally came to the has his another quarterback: head down With It conies added power and fall-Venice, Punta Gorda, and Arcadia. (North Fort Myers
used for racing the last time in job. chose not to enter.) The nine others are Tarpon Springs, ti;
Bowl end of the row they played at Henry SchichtU, who The hip movement ln si ence accuracy too.Practicing .
19C3. Its 142 acres have been Palmetto, Wauchula, Plant City, Tampa Jesuit, Wlmauma
Taylor where 7,000 turned. rtit 68 points for Wichita whole answer to proper body proper balance
and Bra
sold for $6.19 million for real East Bay, Tampa Brewster Tech,New Port Richey,
2025 Davis Blvd. dentlal and commercial area to see Holland win, 12-6. last season and : '. also arc used for a should subtract strokes from denton Southeast.
in 139 ,
development. Last year the team lost Its pusses attempts lf-ewing hut modified slightly anybody's g-ime.
East Naple a tn.il with the New NEW COACH READY"I
Cause of the blaze was under first two games won one, lost thin simmer He also Is '
am ready and eager to get started/ report.lmmokalee
MI 2-6400 Investigation two and then five in a kICker. ,
won row d' .
Bill Broxson.An
r' High School's new football coach,

Alabama native, Broxson will be heading Into his fourth
" year of coaching high school ball. In his first year out of
7Meet "" Auburn University, he was line coach at Carroll High in
your new Jeep Ozark, Ala.

For the 1962 and 1963 seasons, Broxson was line coach
for the Plnecrest Pilots at Llthia In the Tampa Bay area.
Last year, the Pilots were 84-1 and won their league title.

{WOOD CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Inc. The new Immokalee head coach was born and raised on a
farm near Bellwood, Ala. He went to high school at Geneva
County High, Hartford, Ala., before going on to Auburn. He
played tackle for the Plainsmen.

Jeep Division Now 24 years old, Broxson is married and has two sons,
r four and three years old, and a two.month.old daughter

Florida : t" Broxson succeeds Bob Fowler as Immokalee coach.Fowler
2640 Ninth Street N. Naples
.. T) was the Indians' mentor for four years, and now Is devoting
full time to teaching.

Two other new varsity coaches In Collier County will begin
;;: their duties next school year. Jerry Howell, who has been
invites you to come in and see.. "B" basketball coach at Naples, Is the new varsity cage
coach at NIB. The appointment of Bruce E. Bierman as
basketball coach at Everglades was made recently.Bierman

succeeds Phil Larson.

THROWS BOTH WAYS two gloves and warms up both
,l' r ,.a LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) arms. But then, he throws from

JnLc Nelson Powell Is 'different from the right side when he plays the
!1I x' 114 i. ,' rr moat baseball players he's outfield and is strictly a left

. .. ,5k ,, a switch thrower. hander while playing first base.
The University of Louisville
.'I AND BAD Blaekie Ntltherp, prootMilwoukee's Westmoor freshman once: pitched five in Long hitting Paul Harney
... shows the IgM form at the left and the wrong teen ol nines right-handed and finished missed the 1963 U.S.Open three-
With hand in"thing high on the follow-through ho shows the game throwing Irfl-handed in way tie by one stroke He finished

,.. weight shifts, to left ndt high school st Psrkiville, Ky. ( fourth.

He doesn't figure his arm Is "

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! good enough to pitch in collegeso THE 1
he's gunning for s spot on the
KNEW row
HMOWII-the: first real station wagon to offer TIE ttW '''.P' IUDIATOI-the first 4 WD truck to offer GMEJRUCKS.ttEADYror'641 Cardinal varsity next meiion ass
looks end performance of a passenger car PLUS Anger car smoothness on the highway and surefooted first baseman or outfielder BC1kQ&Gc
,the 4-wtieel comfort drive traction and safety 2.WO models also svalleble traction off the road. It s available with GVWt up to 8600 DURING YOUR Powell admits he takes a ) J

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1 1I Announcements Boats-Motor Accet.nd I I 38-Aurot For Sale 57-Houtet For Sale 59-Acr..ge

I I II PlAZA/ BEAITY SALON I I I P.dioms : bulht n... Ihr money DISTRESS. 10! ecrei 0winorees 1450 total

Ch'uC'cttoi ., ( 1 Info 4 Or ,,Iten W AutO Bodcr SIb SOO Collier .
&bt 1m F Tarnami Tra I nd trai" or price County Real El
Ntro- Midway, M4tt3BoatsMotort I sale C' tied Stt K.II., at T.n.mnon, See Brake Btdroomi I bath ISO ulib late Ml t "11. Open Sunday
I I II Qulf. o'c D. VandorDoltBeech Compittt tune "p fMi Can lot lit.SOO S 7iJlt) br sees . I VhAvf 1 lod' om. I bath & Flu
North Nepltl _t'S itIIM loom HOMO For trailer or homnit, overI
Bv acre tract 21 acre t acre
appointment please
Dance .t Wo..n' Club Set CUL THE :NEWS FOR tract with electricity and
I I II Aug 1st Slant 1 )0 t. 12 DO Automat trans Attaciatetl
POBOX : Ford dr c
1737 road bug' tract
NAPLES. FLORIDA, 33940WANTADGRAM Foatucg tho (chos I lectern Rl'BBFK !STAMPS:: mix.on Good second Cat tt* "c Mf Otis Virg I Marcum 120 dn |20 per acreage mo and up.
AI.o 15. g sesenr c of Miami at R.ver Park Apt D I lob JatgerDEWEY ..
Collier County Real Etata Ml
12 Ofl St.e II S
I I II 1/il & Si2 Drag ) _ _ _ POLLY ? J911 Open Sunday.lllwtho ..

13-Help Want. Female ?/
REALTY \ acre rtact IS 00 dn and
I I II Atcet. I tfTop It 00 per mo no intereit 1350

Write your own want-od. It't easy . It't fun. Writ; your ad in the tpace *'"I onsurence agencu QuaIiyl! Corner Tarn ol ami ttt Avt Tra,IMl UO & One City mile Collier, from County Golden Reel Oat Cl

I below, count the words to find your cost. Try a low cost wont-ad today to Mutt tall u Chnt Craft Sa sews Competent in f'r sndcasua woman ccperienced 115 lU" tale Ml I a nil Open tunday

tk,ft Sport F.iritrman Flash 7/1ll1w'h. _
tell trade. Inturoperat sew. rat.
I buy Prick, V 2 Btdroom.
deck hardtop Twin VI t. Ral) and most phases 00 agenc sneer 2 bath
Phone F.thometer end othtr ,on and accountiiry Salary r I.iII4r11 Carport firspl aceslouo per Ouick feel. 20 acre IM per

I Name ...."..". ."............. .... ............"................................................_ oxtrat open Our itetf .. aware locI for ret rtmenl No'th Na acre rollitr County Rtal C*.
I Alto 10 low ,nitnance cut of th. advert,tement Call N plr Just II4WO' complttt Open" tale Ml t 3959. Op.n Sunday
MINIMUM CHARGE!:! 75I tom buoit, Cob.n C ruisir USH Dan Socket and Assoc tar Oppsietwent Sundays "AR'eBrAN' RfAL ttl.will
--- P VI r.r.y w.th Reduction, TY. 1M_ N Tent Ml ZiliS.Family .
I --z; ;:;;rES Address ......_......_._._..._---- I a, Radio phone electriclipid 1/t.It 'fOR PLEASUREThe YOUR PRIVINGI living in a relalnd at SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN

etc A good Commercialtype Following Clean Low Mile ,nosphp.e 1 lI.droom 1 bath ACREAGE
C.onoecuth'e InscrrIcw I.miiy boat tmo 90 Con art, wonted geniral' oltice clerk CBS CIa room Carport. ArCondt'on..d NOW t acre tract located
% New Car Trade miU6J
C'Ily -----...... ...........--. .- tact Bob McCarvlle, Ml 22212 payroll andaccoan Is payable ape 51eaPrelr'goraterover lull one mile from U t' 41.
I PER LINE or MI 2ll roperence. II.IIul W..I. q".11 Crown Impend Loaded including IUOMOO sea sum awnrento Drive I: on I* Inn property with

I 1 or 2 In'iertion. . .! fiSatiOfls to Collier County Nss Air Cond IJMO ,uvs Nice I.nd.upno in 10' your own car and compare ,it
f Phone -.-.....--.---.-.- Ben Ill A 74 '''1 tr.p..neod MT LoacUdIncluding Garden, n... Sea Gait. against any other! Only tit
3 or 4 Insertion. . IHf. wai.tress apply' at tWO Cadillac, 4 Door School this i sac,.,in puff down full price I'M For
Air Cond IIWO
PUBLIC NOTICE lull $15 750 sOt complete Optn further Inlormetion contact:
I B altar
Bar Quo
Insertions . I Andy Pit

16f Please pubIsh Classified Ad for I.00 VH/t looP Buick lnvict landed In Sundays CARIIIIEAN REAL D T. Jones Enterprite*. IncMidway .
20 Insertions . . l2lI my eluding Air Con 11980 >TY. J"O N trait,I MI 141SS t IJ40 P 0. Coo t/1
I COUNT 4h AVERAGE The atttttmentt for tht 19M Tax Rapidly' eupendinp I In.ullntt 196? Rumbltr Amba.tador W.. Nome. For tale
I consecutive limes, starting .... Roll el the Cty, ol Ntplti Florida A eancynoe d! top notch womeneupt' Don Loaded Including, Air" New rrt"rtmtnt home 1 bedroom FOR SALE IIY OWNER.
WORDS PER tnctd In Fire I and Cat TEN ACRES OF lAND IN
LINE will bt tubm tttd to tnt Equtllia Condo IIIHie : bath gara*., ttovrdr
10 I9t4 att ualty ,mturanca. Including, rat OlLIER cOUNTY SECTIONONE.
Board o.i '
hoot ,
I _ _ _ _ _ $._........_.....,_.........cosh with order.I ;00 p m ''n01hu CITY HALL AltorsenI ins and all phases ot asencOpervtion lisa Fl r'i'.r'p': ,. .o W t>n central ve way.or CPS end ttrrairn heat p.v.d Iinor.I.dp. :. TWSP 52 SO PRICE
: A Car |e J
dosr0. K 0 auncorroc liens' end accounting Ia Iluus TWENTY FIVF HUNDRED
Count 4/i Average Words Per Line made in the Tax Roll thould file cry op.n Our stall is aware porch* class in 'aut,fill"Itor'rento DOLLARS GOOD TITLE AND
their p.ttton., .ttoflg, tortS the,r ol this, .dv..m.nt. Send 11 Other Clnan Trades to Garden. lust $10 IMOO ABSTRACT IF INTERESTED
I ebictiOns and the carectionc, they complete ratume to ColinCounty Choose f.om flynn Rund.vt CAMIB rnmpltte WRITE' BOX 421 LOGANt
I II News Bon IJA >lEnptntnced Bank Rat Financing,
detire" to have mad w,th the TaxAttettor .t BEAN REALTY mo N Trail PORT INDIANA
proOf to this, mealing., 725,St MI fusi >/i t. II
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BERT L .PINKSTON Residential Lot Lake Park
I Tax Attaitor Mult tell make otter J Near ichool' and sloles

I II CITY OF NAPLE1 FLA So. H.,." .t_loron waitress,'. wanted 71260 II '1 O b.droom lit Ava t both North, f lo'dl Good, termi roomhis MARLOWE 4 BECK, ,Wtlh:
(SEAL) Avt South Ml 2 1221IIB .
: ARCHIE TURNER. Mayor Good opportunity' for woman Ml |_Mt4 or Ml t SitS l 1m.. S/lithstf

I I II ATTEST, with' Stcrttarial ptritnco Lake Front 1 bedroom. framecarpnrt .
Elsie, Lehman mutt type wtll shorthand dt. chrysler Plymouth, Inr. utlty, room large Acres for tale IllS per
City Clerk rtblt Send reiume to Collier it acre I milt from Naole I
HMO 00 Cash bank
Aug >. .1964 S2JI County News Bon llA.It. 2640 N. T.ml.ml Trill Inn balance cm t .tend it your try yourcredit. mile oil propoird now Ft Itu
I I II 7lLtf14Help It. miter .lnit.Ie. r..d Torn's CA..I'
Nsple.44Mobile RUTH a ANDERSON mrmrv OcEAN R.ALTY. P55 N Trail

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN Wanted MaleJob R."t."d 1I,0kl Millin. /Ith.11
ANO FOR COLLIEH COUNTY. Hornet Oppn.it. Hamilton Trail In
FLORIDAIN 1.100 EasI, "..'I Ph MI 1.'t'if
RE ESTATE OF siN, a future for retponbai O. 0 Jlh' 61 1 Income Property
Please remit check or money order. THOMAS LANE CHEEK sibl, ",,,n. man Must know -
I ,r '" counting principal, Be ins N.w Moon to' 18Cloied '. WATERFRONT HOME t btd :
IMOMh: 1 ; I'KOI'tKTYWhy
- - - - - - - - -- D"N"TICE; TO CREDITORSAll able t I" type. should hove somecoil In 5 crease d porch Bo room I bath Florida room.
creditor of th sedate of ." e penenco' petition lmmediately pita, Spring Anglers Paradise Locttad on Mawalltdcana" I buy undtvtloptd property
THUMAS LANE CHEEK deceased available. Cell Ml Trailer,l park y/lilll CI eanan d wtll cared Have J hou.tt on 4 I loIs City
are hereby notified and required to 1 Miit E H. Marhoaler Jr Co lor P ricuda I III ono Ownorannlout wmrr A IV .able All fur
tile any claims or demend which, 18 by 10 ft Mobil ham. fur to sell CARIBBEAN' nicked 4 Pooled Ntvr-r again
Fulbright Makes Plea they may have .,lIn.' ..i dentate nnhtd. t Btdroom lull bath. RfALTV 1/tO N. Trail, MI will you gtl a bargain' likt lh.it
in the olfce, of the county udgt 15-Salet Help Wanted Air. Conditioned Cash or Itrme ? Sin 4/4 Ihi. If Must be ash dr-al OomettiC
: of Lollur County Florida ,in the Oil altar t 00 p m Ml I t ml trouble H W WatkinIII
I I courthouse at East Naples. Florida. For rant or *al. Two b... Pmtland' SI Naplet. Ml 2 400t67Butinett .
wttftin .IK, calendar months from Petition, Opening 'In [..t.bl.h.dM.n' 19 Decamp travel trailer All room houx, on anal, I/O Ilih lii?, sb, I
-j'I I of saif con'n.d, Light' neo uleops Aye South Sea your broktr
tint publication' .
For Aid Bill the date of Each the claim or demand Shop paarroun d employment four. Sacrilice, II 550 liD 617'lt'
Foreign -. the notice Retail Enptnencepreftrrtd
\: j I mutt be ,in writing, and mutt st.tethe but not ntcmtry ,if 7121 Soa Ode II45Trailers D.v. MI S $705. Property

l-::: I place or rendence and post willing to learn Age it to SS HOMES BV STONE
.:.::J.Q oltice .dd...5 of the claimant, and Married, Good Character Trail Fraslaga 170 a front
WASHINGTON AP Ui '. mnual militaibu ,". !. .. :-;... mutt be sworn to by the cl.m.nt., tend tltO DOWN mnvti qualulueil, ..
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( i too linn (of lOUt .l ........ .' J a retume of your queliflcationt For Rent foot. P.1cc." Naples and M.
hit. agent or hi,altornay y. or it to buyer in NEW 1 BH homo Only .
Collier Newt
County ee Istana' Turnoff Coiliar Co.
man J. W, Fulbright of the I. '>reign .Web of over $50 billion which -.A to law .
& will become void according Bo.. __!IIA. I I/ 7/Htf ont available >o hurry Seal Eslafi. MI 2 31. Open
Trailers 55 week with TV
Relations Committee told the h ,\e n enth\ been approved : DATE July STELLA 14, 191)4 M CHEEK 110 a wtRock . S pace. n 5 week liDO DOWN |J4 par monlh lund.va Sii.ws I

'Senate Saturday that Presiden \\ Itll) no more than a few Judli Executrix of the Estate of Experienced lain penon-male' I Creek tryler Park buys 1 BH trarft 'in homo onP.lm.tto
"' ____ Thomas Lent Cheek, or female high potential I Iearnings 4lHI48Apls. Cl oft Kelly Rd Real i
Johnson's foreign aid request i MS queries he added. 65-Gen. Estate
Dictated draeingeccountwith INSPECT<< our f,,,* homt now
vannot be further red,_'erl HilbriRht said the aid pro. B1ND'ZONES July H 86 Aug 2 I 1964 :2lt established aluminum pro undtr conduction, on 11th Acm I
without undermining the aid "a normal Instrumentof ducts firm For Interview, write So bttwttriIK 11th SIn
grim Is Collier County Newt Box I/I/ For Rent proud from 114 ISO to 111.9 l bO Pull Ridge homo on acre lot
program at an Instrument of i*>ll<'y like diplomacy mill. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE A 20 7/21 with, good tirm Nearly newS bedroom with car

.; forlegn .po1t\,y.';, . ,: tary! power of Intelligent" BV NOTICE CLERK IS HEREBY OF CIRCUIT GIVEN COURT that CIlia Day. Weak, orMonlh MM HANDY MAN' II you ecu port and crt-tnto: poccjl .fLJ.001Aptrtmenl I
Thus the Arkansas- Democrat The Senate; must pass the I hiunder..enod MARGARET T 20-Cemetery lots : '"C'il''I'( MOTEL Ml do your own painting elmIra . house downtown and Na.I
landuapmg Dial I 4 bedroom unit I
I HOI Ml MISS cal m asonryor on*
appealed for passage of the for. authorization measure, setting PUBLIC NOTICE SCOTT.Collier Clerk County.of the Florida Circuit, will Courtof on or tic thin ttt u*
elgn aid authorization as It ceilings on economic and mill. the llth day of Au...'. 1964 at Efficiency, Weekly or Monlhly such' coil .toward your homt.downpapinelil Term; I
on a now .
.PUBLIC NOTICE CBS two bedroom plus two bed.room
lion o'clock AM at the Building' FOR SALE SAVE BETTER Ml a mJ. 7/14.11
' cleared his committee $3.4 tary assistance abroad, before It Th. ......,nens for the 1964 Tn C North Door of the Collier County THAN ONE THOUSAND furni.hed olicionctapt WILLIAM B. STONE INC one bath elliciency 1 1*.200 I
f bedroom '
'1 billion or $50 million below the takes up the money bill. Roll of the City, of Naplet Florida, Courthou.0 In the of East Na DOLLARS TWO SPACES IN Ho pelt or children, Mlt Build. Near Lake Park School I

'President's request. Fulbrlgtit reminded the Sen. have been completed, end, are now plat I Florida; otter.tf., tale and NAPLES MEMORIAL MAUSOLEUM ads or Ml } ''". 4/ltf! M TtntH M North MIOSP1! One bedroom duplta completely .
op.n for public Intpection at the tell at public outcry to the flight. PHONE Ml 136J423Misc. I lurniihid Near Cilr hall
In a speech prepared for the ate that Johnson's aid budgetwas CITY HALL. hour I 90 a iAug to and bed bidder f orcas 5. the following 5 7 II APT FOR RENT Th... btdroom homo" Cli.uo lo 112.100.
1:00 Mond.y tlwou S Friday' hopping. ,churcht school
p.m .
openingof debate which billion below that offeredby described property hInted I bedroom Apt Private Phone Two bedroom CBS Tirrano
may $1 BERT L PINI'STON II lower. air condlton.d. .e..ndI.n.
Collier > '
in County to wit: Ml 25113. /
Hoot' Last
water close
last President John F. Tao Anions For Sale ai. back yard Cyclone lonealo city
through next week Ful. the late Lots 10 and II of that certain .ub.divi.ion
City of Naples, Fla. known .. COL.LEE! CO SABLE SIIORES APTS. ." : ..d. Paymanti onlyt 00 Naples It.MO.
bright declared foreign aid Is Kenned a year ago. 2. iOU #232 GARDENS according to the mae ptr Mo including lanes andIniuranc CBS 4 ballroom. 1 bath ,w,,,,.
Inseparable from U.S. politicaland -- --- or plot thereof recorded in PlatBook II..d Telanisisni for sale Call Ml I44SSKelly *. mina pool In Royal Harbor
Road end Arera Ave ,
NOTICE I. page" 30 of the Public MI 1-1114 1/1.2' John N Wood 4 AMOTII'O overlooking I he bey It 2.000.
defense and from
policies Carriers OrderedTo Notice ,It hereby civic by the City Record of Collier County Florida I/O tan 1100 lIt Sth Ava t Ml I 2 SIte TBS ) bedroom t bath overlooking
'the overall defense and social Council of the City, of Everglade.. Purtuent to the fine, decr.e of Furn I bdrm, apt. Etlician I SULUItiTJiIONt'"NE5lDENCE a lake downtown at
and economic development" of Florida, that the Tex Atttttment foreclosure entered In a case pendIng Will sacrifica'enrly Clot TV Air. Cond MS 4lh 714 last Lake Drive 141.100
Speed Delivery Roll. City, of Evergladet. for I9M : m said, Court the style of which' new It cu ft. f...,... Ave So Ml U17.I l ON 100 of whIle' and btich Downtown I bedroom frets.
Communist nations round will, be tubmitted, for approval at I. refr geretor combination 12tIt ; 1 bdrm I bith garagt CBS I'. block from beach It,too
the globe. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor. lit Regular Matting to be held on HENRY KRElING. >u'S: beige: nylon u'ftlc7 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED with uroontd in pool and patioJuil Terms |9M 0) down 161 00 mo
be I eld rtducad unfurnnhad
Tuetday Augutt 4.964 ., / 30 Plaintiff only mo : APT GREEN ACRE Ml to lilltO
Sen. Wayne Morse, D.Ore., a Ida's motor freight carriers clock .P M et the City" Hell Ever, Vt I pc dinette ttt. walnut (inIth 11190 4/1 HI Thi It a wondarful buyin BILL lOACH REALTY
leading foe of the program, has speeded'heir" operations Saturdayon pjada.. Florida Said, Council will JAMES LAND AND like, new |I5 00; bedroom o carco ittm May wa III IIh Ave 10.MI .
oil at I Board of Equelitetlon on JOYCE LAND Husband and wife. ttt. excellent quality limed oak APT FOR RENT show you tnii properly todayCARIBBEAN : S 1151
already offered amendments to orders of the state Public the City Tax Roll at this meeting, Dafendent. double dretttr end large chad Nice, I bedroom Apt Unfurni.h RKALTV 3'iO lip If

rut the bill by more than $500 Utilities Commission.The All pertont detirmg to h.vecor. and the docket number of which ,itnumber son 00: t pc naerly new whitebrtakttlt : ed with .love 4 ruIng Ce"port TruL I Ml teiH 4y231h If
.ect'onn made in their ......m.nla. 2054WITNESS tot Ins 00, walnut fin storeroom Centrally loceted PRIVAtE' AHNO
million and to revamp foreignaid commission said ship. whether ,in Inline, valuation of prop my hand and the olflcml ,ith chair 125 00 HI2 Jewel, near beach |;j oo per BROKERSOwnar BUSINESS FOR SALEDtlicalMten
policies. Voting on these and ments must be delivered within orty or otherwite' .hall file with teal of laid, Court this 31 day Boy Ave Oyiter Bay Phone month year round Randolph. mult Mil Ihrtt btdronm Nice, 4 Oourmat I wife food
Realtor' Ml 1 12)41Large hop man opera
of ISM
will start the clerk, on or before MondayAugutt July 2 bath homo in THE MOORINGS .
Same /
other amendments 36 hours after they are picked 711." lion location year*
3. lOU (th* day previout' to MARGARET T SCOTT Canlril heal and air Clientele
sometime next week. this meetmil, a petition tatting. Clerk et the Circuit, Court.CLERK 26-Personal I Bedroom Apt. furnl.hed cond,lionmg earptting throughout to E rtllent ruphl, ptrty Call Good MI term I 4151

Fulbright said It Is "an lm. up.The ruling was made In an effort forth the obiectiont, to ouch a. .f' SEALO Collier County. Flond. No Small children or pelt, aictpt I bedrooms Com or 7 I 1110 ll&tHave
.nd out tfe to
Incnent POln'n" on Ruad Ph. Ml 2 2052. disposal
kite; includirg
penetrable mystery to me why to stem what the com mis. ,nctoOO, doo.d, to bl m.d. By (NET MAGILL ALCOHOLICS ANNYMOUSM. 7114 It pitta tan Nice tcrttnadporch
of The T.. a..e.most Roll for l<64 Dcputy Clerk ." o. women wih drinking and dishwasher Client Interetted In Trod
of extravagance ,
It Is that (fears slon called a tide shipper and drivtway toddad
I. open for inspection by con problems Ask for help lIy cell log Waltrfront lot for Co Op
and waste are so overwhelming. complaints of gross and unne. corned Pl.... govern yourtelvetaccordingly By Willlem Q Crowley ing MI I Uti V.sitsrs co..lly EBB TIDE APTS. lawn Phono Ml I slot aflor Apartmtnl Contact Phil, Key

aid rather the truck Attorney for Plaint, w.com.d, Meetings In First, S PM .- i 5/ISle,
Iv focused on foreign cessary delays by Weekly Monthly teaunModtrn
P 0 Boo 131Naplea t tc.lIe
I GIDEON '.plo.t Church Anoes on Ilk furnished .II.c.nc, Royal Palm Dr Immaculate OtIs loll JII,.,
than on other more costly pro. lines. City Clark Florida .wall wall Marcum
II p0 lIlt A neener t' Yaes and CBS homo New to Virgin
grams." The 30-hour limit applies to July >3. 30 Aug 1. 164 COil! Aug 2. l>64 #213 f.. "'Iht.t I 30 .PM. Rd.bedroom apttKtlly C: N i pit l carpet I bath. den and 7 "'.1

lie recalled that the Senate shipments originating within 400 1/0!!---_ _ _ _ _ _ it y room 4 BECK Many. outre 411 Sth MARE0WE Avt DEWEY POLLY

spent three weeks last year in I miles of destination More timeIs - I I 33-Servicet Offered South MI I Ml! 1/17 w t.If
"rancorous debate" over a $3.8 allowed for shipments going FOR SALE Air" Condon.d APT, furnished ifficieocr Pn'F1.1.n Dr .........ul... REALTY
: home Ham wall to wall
I bllch and
Apt pear
billion foreign I aid program more than 400 miles. carpal ? bath den and I duO.,
$0005 month. MIdway of IsO Avo to 4
per Corntr
and "Immediately thereafter The commission said It would : SLIP COVERS piar 161U. /1.11 Hy room Many anlre* MAR Tamiaml Trail
One Acre Home Site LOWE BFCli tilt Ave
Fronting 4 441
approved a space budget of! allow an additional Z4 tours> tl onT Tropical' Drapery I Upholder South Ml S22I l/lOwslf" Ml 243SI
let' Ml I ttlOJ. Ml If I/I ttMotel
over $5 billion with only pet. the shipment is interchanged 49-Houtet For Rent
mi ml Trail. Pine
Special' tense will
functory debate. from one firm to another during 58-lots For Sal.l ,
0 38-Autot For Sale handle 10 unit en Ut 41 Close
"This, of course, ito sn delivery to town Collier County Real
$3,400.00 RENTALSHOUSES E'tata Ml I sos 1/li o |h.tf
land for ..1.
ten Chevy 4 0,. BId Tram Lot in Rnad
SUnit I yucca
Good eecond Ml lOll
7/1 if car SPARTMIP.TSFURP4ISI4ED Ml._.!_4M4 .- I/U // Unit Apartment tile 1 block
loon T rd. Hard lip, e.cel. VIAR SEASON VANDERflltT" BEACH IJI p.k I. 10.MI .
lent cond. Low mil.... sanG rtTAfts 55544"it'll
SALE Ph. Ml 2.4459 nd late up payment. Call Ml J. W. DYCHES, REALTORS Lot I Block L Unit -JJM M
{"J4M bttwitn S 4 I pm lot 1 Block ) Unt 7-?00 M
st Owner ntad cash Don Holland GOT A NOSE
house 740 17 I'd Ave Treasure I I.Ilnd. I.

2 I nor's Bedroom I Mt I I unf"rn.h.d 0\1 7111 31Attreelina I'lorod. FOR VALUES ?

EVERYTHING Tons and Tons of GOES Tile Do Near leach P furnished Sedroom, MI I 2 bath nn 7200W59Acreage .1100 Waterfront,1'1.00 will dn eccommodele Apt lioo 00 House p.r It Let month Apt In ,

Can It
Who ? .-.- n* '"'.r..t for three r.*... .
Buy enough to do your bathroom, patio Unfurni.hed I bedroom home' COUNTRY FOLK Air Conditioned

tt illS 4lh A... North Will Beautiful two acre ettttt lit
floor, table, lamp, or ash tray.AT rent at |4t per month or toll n on country road only It 945.Small lnmadueee, .Possession t bedroom .
with 1100 down. lit per mo Goon payment Cell Phil 1 betht. I black I* hoot
WILLIAM B. STONE INC capes tt Decay Polly RtaityMi launching remp. Near HI..chool.
These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. uildtrtM ? tttl I/I It Drape, boutC. oln D"U perMove
LEAST 70% OFF TtMh l' Hi Ml Mmwtttr lit no I $2S00 OOlt

Five Acre two mile, outh ofOoldtn In Next Month
7 Cd 'unllh.d house. gnodiOCl'50 Gate City In UnIon 10
They ore EQUIPPEDEXPBIENCED( ? and READY to serve in r..t N.pl.5' City Make olltr to Owner Boa SIN Large Pine, ttuddtd Lot t bedroom .
you Ml I VM '''1.11 Lor da. Florida flU 11 ,. largo CIa room. M*.

Wall Tile . :3c Ea. J|M o..n 00 per Paneled mo' .mortgage Only 19 Wfl Will_

ANSWERINU SERVI'Etale ;4-Tra4e/ or Sell 4. Acre 1H mill. Iron Court consider low down payment.

Floor Tile . i 15c Sq. Ft. I ROOFING SEAWALLS Houu. Can CARiBIEAM how, bv ,latp REALTY |4tOptr Su L'nlt Furniihcd Aptt.Swner ,

15c Ft. Will trade equity In Laki Park acre 17M N Trail I Ml I Silt
Quarry Tile. Sq. went offer en thit
br I :
heuce nd in
City or .
psene ao.aeioe ....'.. wool. tar,,., ?in ,.c',?,.?/ Op Call blP3420i 7t''ii 'IU. Toes 4 I uO 11 _. o.. ttrettgically locctttfjproptrty
Tile Soap Dishes Tile PaperHolders 10 eit* small elIte w.,.. t g. .oqTIE, WHITE ...u,.11. pro SEA WALLSCONCRETE TRADi- iOTL ; .
S paceandeoe p5.05.55 serc'c C .cl. end sealsa' Ii 'oof. Foe : FOR I ten Acret 55 ,Islil, of Capri lOusiness! or :Mottt Sit
Toothbrush Holders I U t EA. Call I Oil ..',m.... Ml } ti!) NAPLEt WOOD ROCK bedroom. > both homo priced. Road U lOS 0'1 Open. Sundays
ROOF CLEANING ft PAINT' Foundation Piles at III KM Mortgage payment CARIBBEAN REALTY >/t. N 200 5 ISO Just South of .Punt
Marble Scrap ---- SOc ft. 1.It r'(' L Itptr mo Went city lot, Trail, Ml Mitt tills ttf Oorde on U. 41 1100 down t
CARIBBCAN' REALTY J750 N. sal on monthly terms etin'eVtment" lie
Marble Top Coffee Table - 120.00 RADIATOR REPAIRS Dock.-Moonng Whips Trod. Ml Mill **"*. Pup *"
Pica Acre Ice mile autn of
12500 4/Zt thttl .
3 PC. Iron Sectional ABBOTTRadio
Wrought ----
Ooldan Gala City In hc.1It'
'"' Large Country Lot
Smith & Corona Typr.. ntrr -- flSOO WII MilTrade 3 bedroom Trailer ;; n MIke olltr to owntr Boa
Ace Radiator Repa.rt. for lu.tur. Ml 555W. V$ L.,,".. Florida I minute I* High tchool III
T'pnrit.r Desk --- too Radio Road '/14 SIr7 //JO 4 I ItI Poe front foot easy term*. a
Oat tank repaired welding
Check Writer ______ .. -- -____ nUt Steam claening 2 KM 2 ui 144tRIPRAP ; .. J II' llOU' '" "u. I KNOW THAT YOU TKADI! SOLICITED! '
pick u* 4 delnvyne nile for property in N"'... LIKE N API' ESI

HURRYI FIRST COME FIRST SERVED! S4 Davis Blvd. Ml f 42M House and,10 hit Clone been to ptrmonontly Cape Ktnnedy .. the YOU*. fan propertieS make money with' BURTON BROTHERS

Sale Starts 8 30 A.M. Monday ildstermthe'YACHT SEAWALLSand rtnttd for I ytort Good 41 Acre Prim lubdlvldonSte Keg Broker with Imperial
: cond,lion' good nt.ghborhoodcioio Propertied,
Ends S P.M. Wednesday ROCK GROINS to tcheoit and .hopping 20 Aero Economy tubdlvltian P O Bon 111?
Will trede up or down for wt. .,t. OffIce I Mot
RUBBER STAMPS I c,...... ie.ellt, dacktlert Itrlront hone or property 71 Acre AAA I WaterfrontSabdivis'Oa An.. Hours 2 3324 1,353766Insurance
Write .chiIIioge. let Atltnt Site "" .11
end grln Plod' Eeu OtlliO. '1.. 411. Ft Prim, Builnoit Trail

\I.AR AT lION 7/11 1/1 FrontageN 4
Butch Tile Co. CALL THE NEWS FOR BROKERAGE free place trip N* cold
TRADE OR BILL kincht Just Tsp Value. -
RUBBER STAMPSCommercial DREDGING CO.Deedge Tampa A'... 7* Urge wooded ... ",. Ile. I.. Mavc. I.y: .. .......
Complete N.pi i -, Listings lot* ovtrlookmg Tampa lao LUFF Auto. H.m. oiJEOE ...
1175' First Ave. So. Open 8:30: to 5 PrintingTht'l 'me Inboerd Souls From t$ Orcglln Will trade for proptrty in Cal, Keg 'K E Prokap r.
Bob Martin Ml I J'/ .nd" Otlier Web oar or- Lee Co Cotter CountyRtol 421 PIll Re. INSURANCE
Tops . Creek .nsQN Chris Craft $aIeQ' I E*Utt. Ml 31" Open Nspleililt. SIN WltAv'N'rtl'I
Airporl Ha Ml 2-4)21 .. I m.
ht _
.. Sunday n I "II.I".:!

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10 "IllIFR (QINTY NEH3Sunday.

A RttM 2, 1961

Communists Hit .. ..

Within 3 Miles

Of Viet Capital .r

VINH LOC Viet Nam -Com. a .
munlst Viet Tong forces struck
boldly within three miles of
Salmon Saturday In the closest SUmmer0t
heavy engagement to the capl.
tal In the history of the guerrilla

war.Only paddyftelds separated 4 o dairy specials .

suburban Vlnh Loc from the .omme, M
Pillikvrv'i Fve.eBrownies
Saigon Airport three miles away oa.e .
Viet as an Conj estimated attacked battalion with heavymortir of PREMIUM TEHDER.GROWN . 2 "IV,. 891SWIF

fire. The Communist T'S FRES H HOT FROZEN
guerrillas rot as close to Saigon E E SHIPPED GOV'T.IHSP. Kraft'iCheese ALr/.4
as possible without actually S-"'
en. '
terlng the suburbs. M A/rK t Sale'BREAST Spreads. . /jar
The roar of exploding shells "Fryer Quarter I IOIir.eero Pmeepplt, Pimenre)
resounded throughout the city,
touching off fears of an attemptto
overthrow the regime ofPremier ( tiM) frozen foods o
Kguyen Khanh. QTRS.
American airmen based at the Attorted flaveri
airport said buildings there ..
shook under the barrage and Tip Top Drinks. 9 99c
tracer bullets could be seen.
Newsmen found three VietCong ..
QUARTERSwith Jewell Chicken
bodies strewn In the mar. ,"LEG
ket place In front of ,k
ment propaganda sign a showing govern Turkey Pies . . . $ 69c
Red China's Mao
1' 1di. ;tI

Soviet strangling Premier a Vietnamese Khrushchev peas. 4 | EXTR AT
ant with a rope. ' Your FREEJftl

The Vlnh small Loc civil had been guard smashedby outpostat r : choice 3 Sc Green

mortar shells and recolless ..1 .....__.w,..,do_., ;
rifles. ; .
Casualties were light In the ?i j "J
1 lO-oi. jar $1.69
fight that began around 1 a.m .
and lasted Intermittently until 1"0' Wd. Au.u.t Iw1
daylight. [rWSIrt A A AA A A A A A AA AAA A A
Bullets flew around civilian I
houses and wounded three per. I i
sons. One civil guard defender I' !
was killed and three others I' t&, Swift't PremiumChunk 100 FREEr IOOI

wounded.The significance of the battle ,1 h Bologna 3 Ibs. 99 J" Green Stamps

was that it was fought so close I I' I ....0'__114 wrd..l.h: !
to the city. The Viet Cong side. : Swifi't PremiumBag NESTEA INSTANT TEAR
stepped a dozen other forts V r a
deeper In the countryside to Sausage 3.lbs. . giont 3ozer/ $1.29
e. .
strike there. .iK c (' rn W.dAwwt I lwr '
"Maybe they are getting in Swift'i Premium 'nKt I rt A A ft ft A A A A n A ft A n n n n AIHU.oW .
practice for an attack on the L v.OI.pkg.
airport," one Vietnamese offl. Canadian Bacon 59Y0

cer In said.another development ' A 1O0)C1EXTR E1 IOOI
Khanh repudiated Friday his *
"back to the North" policy Green Stamps
statements, apparently bowing K Red er YellowHawaiian I ... .4,..,doeI: !
to U.S.diplomatic pressure. 4ti ". HOUSED
Khanh said the South Viet. .. Punch 3 cons 1.Prtgreite BLACK FLAG GARDEN BOMB
namese people "can no longer reg. size. 98c
Italian StyleTomatoes .. .
tolerate the Inhuman massacre I .irw Wt4 Aueutl I awl
of their fellow citizens by the t [WOT
Communists," but added that It.
his policy "does not for the mo.
ment mean we must send our
troops to strike North Viet


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Jan :!O. _.:.. LIMIT 1 PER
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Cole 33, (top) of Pinchbeck Any type or Sise!
West England couldn't find AUG. 3, 4, 5, O ; ,
rwliojmoMQMooyooo1WHERE [
anybody in his town to "l- 194 I )
marry So he put a love note
I in a bottle and pitched it In. \
to the sea. Brian eventually 4 .
threw 1282 bottles In, got !

from 381 replies IngaBritt including I Granbcrg one lb. 19 C ...... / -1'f'.t, SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE

21. of Vaxholm Sweden. But I or.
she had read about Brian's ... ,' sugar
plight in a magazine and ; '''' :. STORE HOURS
wrote him. They plan to '
marry in six months \ l t., .w.s. :...l6 / Mon. Thurs.
$ '
w 8:30: 6:30
e a
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fJLSPARKS 1 ? beauty pompeian ideal bug.proof pest MA1EK t / 8:30: 9:00: ,

... west S Saturdaymixed
olive 011 food shelf
dog guard
pickles \ .
;:W GIANT FORESTs 8:30: 7:00
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Whopping Big Week In County Realty $1,260,900 bt 4 '114' Nt IDS

County real estate tales In the $179,000 sale to Nelson P. and AQUALANE SHORES
closing processing period for Ju. Elizabeth H, Rose of Cleveland, Virgil A. Wlese to Glenn W.
ly showed an upward swing, Ohio, for part Lots 10 and 11, and Mary Rudloff, Naples, LotS Council AgendaThe
reaching $1,260,800. Total for Block S, unit 2, of The Moorings : Blk 1, Unit 1, AqualaneShores, FUTURE TESTS SECTION ft Sunday. Magnet 2. 1964
the month was $ 2,813,000. There were 58 sales with val. $18,500;; David B. ClapptoArthurR. agenda for City Council
The top deal of the period was ues listed at less thanl,000dur. and Ella V.J. Jones, Hoxle, FOR GEMINI meeting set for 9 a.m. W dn*>*.
by Viola M. Mack, Denise M. Ing the final July processlngper. R.I., Lot 11, Blk C, Unit 2, Co. day, will be as follows Junior Editors Quiz onTROPICAL .
Shea, Walter Mack, et al., for loci. qulna Sands, $4,500;; Walter G.
parcels In Sections 7 and 17, Sales of $1,000 or over with Willie to Ellphalet N. and Bar. 4e 1. Call to order and 1a\Itooa. r ]
Township 48, Range 25, Kram. values taken from tax stampson bara C. Potter,Brookbaven,N.Y. [ ] 2 tion. StL
Itch Associates, Inc., of Fort recorded deeds Included the NtLot 89, Galleon Drive Sea Rea.tlRl of mitoses of p....
Myers. The reported sale price following lion, Port Royal, $6,300 ; WalterC. ei i was $430,000.Two and Jane M. Willie to CharlesF. AIJGELFIbH" ...,. GPI' 5
other comparatively Urge William C. Pace, Jr., Adm., and Peggy B. Icing, Naples, 3. Reports ,joe"v
transactions were also reported to Roger L. and Mary V.Hooper, SlLot 89, Galleon Drive Sec. a. Sign Committee.
during the period. The Florida Naples, part Lots 10, 11 and 12, tlon, Port Royal, 5000. b. Parks Board.
Investment Futures Co., sold to Blk 22, Tier 4, Naples, $12,000; H. Milton Link to Reynold Wand c. Off-Street Parking Commit - -- --
the Collier Land Corp., of Miami Theodore K.Montgomery to IreneH. Bertha M. Mullen, Napoleon tee.d. >
Beach, 14 separate acreages par. Brooks, Palnsvllle, Ohio,part Ohio, Lot 12, Blk L, Unit 2, The Zoning and Planning Board. >
eels reaching a value of$245,500. Lots 22, 23 and 24, Blk 23, Tier Moorings, $31,300; MooringsDev. i. Ap 'lIc.tllIIfrom' Imperial :- . .
Three parcels In Sections 23,26, 4, Naples, $3,300;; Leona C. Vt. Co. of Canada, Ltd., to Oil Company for city license
27, were In Township SO, Range tup to Joseph T. and Anne E. Victor I. and Mary L, Songer, (Beverage); Addresst 2900 North . /
33. Ten parcels were In Sections Farmer, Naples, part Lots 4 and McGehee, Ark., Lot 8, Bile P, Tamlaml Trail, Naples. ; Type
20, 21,22,23, 28,29,31,32,33 and 6, and all Lot 5, Blk 18, Tier 5, Unit 2, The Moorings, $8,300;; Package" Sale only .BeeriUAFS.onet )
/ 1Motel District.
34 In Township 50, Range 34.One Naples, $20,000; Gilbert M. Ever. Moorings Dev. Co. of Canada, ..
parcel was In Section 11, Town. hart to Philip N. Brownstein, Ltd., to C. Thomas and GloriaG. \ d \TEid 4. Old business. ... ,-: t4 '
ship 51, Range 34. Washington D.C.part Lots 13, Bundy, Naples, Lot 10, Blk GYSUNG MOWN\ a. Proposed settlement of ,. :
The Moorings Development 14 and 15, Blk 29, Tier 11, Naples P, Unit 2, The Moorings, $6,300Wesley ;; Frank.McSwaln water extension '. 1
Co., of Canada, Ltd., made a $11,200. G. Downing to George G. agreement

*. *. *. *. *. *. **. *. *. .."... ...".. ...".. ...".. ...".. ...".. ...".. ...".. ...".. ...".. .." and S3. Blk Joan 3.' Unit Huntoon.---. S.-r The, Naples_Maorinn.___nun, Lot 3 Board b. Appointments and Recreation to Board Parks .,', \'

$27. Oo.- c. Ordinance amending Section

100 Years Ago Naples Dev. Corp., to K.A R. 201, Chapter 20 Subdivisions, ''
Contractors, Inc., Naples, Lot 67,, by adding a paragraph requiring / ;. Si 0. ",6a :. .
Blk IV, River Park East, $1,400;; that a tentative plat he made for .. : 7'""
:> '
Port Royal, Inc., to Raymond F. each member of the Zoning and : .."', .r lJ.. "
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDABy and Marguerite List, Naples,Lot fanning Board and delivered to .v 1 .- :....... '"'I..; ....... "",",' ,. .
37, Spyglass Island, Port Royal, them a minimum of one weak JEitieL1 '-'. cQlIISTlON
Florida Library It Historic! Comminion $14,000;; Alfred Hirs, Sr., et al, prior to the scheduled meeting. WHICH
to Arthur and Ingeborg Cbellng, d. Continuation of public hear. SN'IM11
Civil! War Centennial lommtttrv
Greenport, N.y", Lots 21 and 22, log (lOi OO a.m.on revised Zoning

* * * * * * * * * * * *. Blk 19, Unit 2, Bonita Shores, ordinance ; What mufci's the Ruppy and other troplon .
$2,300! Harr C. Delaney, Inc., e. Resolution N<). 1077 to coun.
August 1 1-The following dispatch arrived in Tallahassee to Harry C. and Emma C. De. t> commissioners requesting ap. -fish" SO'lo"ular i iANVUK :'
this laney, Pompano Beach, Lot 6. pointment of twomemberstoAIr
morning from Confederate headquarters at Lake BIt 30, Everglades, $6,000;; port Zoning Board. : ThiHO.H( 11 uiimh.u, , 11,11111'.1| |( |, are probably the
Cityt "The enemy crossed the St. Mary'i River yesterday, Harry C. Delaney, Inc., to Ken. TEAM NOT EE! f. Ordinance conflrmtngtheap. mobs popular aqtuiiium IMK i b.i HUM, iiuare very' attractive
eight miles north of Colonel McCormick'i camp at the neth M, and Ruth Gerrard, Ft. CT : polntment of Elsie Lehman, city and are rallY to miss 1 IwpII..1 i< fish however t have also become
trestle at 12 o'clock. This information was communicatedto Lauderdale, Lot 7, Blk 30, clerk: Ned R. Wilson doputy I'Mremcl populai 1 I 1111'sr tiny i'I mures,. so minute but
this place at 1 o'clock this morning. Since then we hear Everglades, $4,000; L.B. Burn SPACE TI\IETABLE-Amerlca': astronauts plan to spend city cerk,and al'polnt Dorothy with to many vanelivhol shape have \i ales which flesh with
firing. The report is, they were marching on Lake City. ette, to George E. and Edna L. about 700 hours In space in the two-man Gemini capsule by M. Gregg, additional deputy city brilliant colors that give the effort of living Irrldosrent! Jewels
Most of the public property has been removed up the road. Tyler, Immokalee, Lot 9, Blk the end of 1965. Chart above gives the breakdown on the clerk an they III lit and urn Phe> err alHo hardy have Interesting
Communication by wires with McCormick cut off." 2, Florldavllla Heights, $7,400. four trips. Until now all U.S. .Ipace vehicles have been 5. New business hulilla and are well ailttptwl to aquarium lift Raining them Is
Helen Klark to Buddy A. and Gemini will team a. Request for Counelllollition a r tiuc liming\ hobb
Governor John Milton is telegraphing the following mes- manned by a single astronaut. The bring )
Neutle T. Weeks, Goodland, Lot Veteran Gus Grissom has been teamed up with John on appealing submerged land con. Tropical fish are H hit mure difficult lo keep than goldfish
to Confederate of War J. A. SedJon at
tag 8, Blk 6, Goodland Heights, $3, to the initial test. The second mission will team tract suits bt'l'lIUIII the Umpeiaturr. o( ihe water should bi around 70 degrees .
Young pilot
Richmond: "We have comparatively no force to defend 800; E.A. Griffin to James D. James A. McDIvitt and Edward it White, and it will mark b. Resolution aiithnrUing whereas UV goldfish I 110 lomfonalile at even this place [Tallahassee] from the enemy. If troops Blocker, Immokalee, Lots 23 and the first time that one of the original seven astronauts will crossing agreement with ACL urn nil bu) mall iitiirii teeters m pet hllVl.hleh will
with an efficient commander are not sent here promptlyall 24, Blk 1, Millers Park, $12, not be represented. The two remaining flights have no definite Railroad.c. regulate Urn water tempuralure (VI khopK also sell the! right
will be lost." 000; Mango Growers, Inc., to crews. However, Gordon Cooper and Charles Conradare Seawall permits kind of food You ian give lour tropical bits of shrimp or

Union Colonel Doubleday, commanding the 3rd U. S. Eugene Lots 1 and2Blk J. Grywalskl IINaplelManor, Miami, front runners for the fourth test a tricky docking d. Correspondence. fish but don 11'1'1111"11\ \ 'too :much-wily the amount that the

Colored ,Troops, is ordered to proceed with 300 men to Lakes, $1,400 Marth Walker, space assignment. 6. Adjourn. fish will rat right awa) flu aquarium .htxilcl. contain water
plant to supply| |) ox>
Milton and somewhere the line of the It"n.
encamp on Admin., to Oliver W. and Ruth .
railroad near enough to the trestle to guard it from the Miller, Lancaster, Pa., Lots 20 parcels In Sees 1, 12 and 13,,In Sec 19, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1, 29, Twp 52, Rge 33,$2-100; Whea. lomiH'IOPO' : If you plan an aciuaiumi ask the man at
"the from and 21 Blk 8 Unit 1 Naples Twp 51,Rje 34$4,000; The Webb ton Industries, Inc., to Joseph A.
enemy. They are to prevent enemy damagingthe 300.Emma till pet shop for ndvlir on how to wjulp 'H' You will need (10
Park $4,000 Carl railroad. Doubleday is to "send out scouting partiesto ;; know for example just now many,. nth certain sized aquarium
make James H. and Bertha L. Top. Chicago, parcel In Sec 7, Twp Foelsch, St. Johns, Mo., par. parcel in Sec 33, Twp 52, Rge
sure that the is free from the scattering will hold
of the Rebels."country ping, Naples, Lot 776, Unit 2, 51, Rce 34, $1,000;; Sunny Flor. eel in Sec 26, Twp 52, Rge 33, 33, $1,300;; Wheaton Industries,
parties Palm River Estates, $21,500;; Ida Acres, Inc., to Herbert F. $1,300;; Collier Land Investment Inc., to Nick A. Bonamlnio,Erie,
The Federals in Florida announce that their troops Naples "have captured two large and valuable lighten at Paint ka Godshall, Brooklyn, N.Y. and a locomotive and seven cars (four box and three plat. Palm River Shores, $2,700Joseph ;; Florida Sunshine Acreage, Inc., Sec 27,Twp 52, Rge 31:$1,000Wheaton ; Coast Co., to Sam and Roes Zoning Board of Appeals 720-Flftri Avenue, South. Re Add.
form cars) near Callahan Station, on the railroad between S. Weinfeld, et al, to to Stanley A. and Charlotte D. Industries, Inc., to Lea Terranova, Chicago, parcel In will meet al 9ilO a.m., August Itlon of second floor
a Baldwin and Fernandina." James J. and Katherine C. Wale Llchon, Summit, HI., parcel In nard and Evelyn Garcy, Bridge Sec 4, Twp 53, Rge 33, $1,900; 4, to consider the folluwlim agon.! SUMMRY OF FACTS Build.
Rear Admiral T. Bailey commanding the East Gulf ler, Jr., Immok alee, part Blk Sec 19, Twp 51, Rfe 34, $1,300;; port, Conn., parcel in Sec 30, Miami Gulf Land Investors, Inc., dm In*! permit, dented' by building
2, Sunny Acres, $1,900.COUNTY Florida Sunshine Acreage, Inc.;' Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,300)) 29.52. to Charles and Ha/el Mance, 1 APPLICATION NO. US: official because of Insufficient
Blockading Squadron, reports today that he has thirty-two to Freddie J. and Frances E. 33 Corp.' to Robert L Petrie, Stepl>envlU Ohio, parcel InSet From Roy Ingi"am, '0..J4.: : parklm

vessels in his command. Simmons, Danville, HI., parcel Nassau, Bahamas, parcel in Sec 21, Twp ',,3. Rgo :33, $1,800.. ---- -- ,- - --
August 2-The 102nd U.'S. Colored Troops are aboard .. C.M. Christian to L.B. and )
tie steamer CtHOuituS, ente+ t Ja4ieoavile] where they swill Less"**. L. Rivers, Immokalee
report to Brigadier General John P. Hatch. parcel \\ln Sec 36, Twp 46, Rgt COOLINGESTII5VOLTAIR
Colonel William Miller, formerly of the Inc and 3rd 28, $1,200; Traverse Corp., to
John W, Vaughn, Jr., Tr., Naples .
Florida who
was seriously wounded some months and
parcel in Sec 2, Twp 49,
who has been in charge of the Confederate Conscript to r CONDITIONERIN
Rge 25, $7,600; Spar Corp.,
v' Bureau in Alabama Florida commissioned
and was today Donald R. Harvey, Roslyn
Brigadier General in the Confederate army. Heights, N.Y., parcel In Sec 11,
The Federal tender schooner S/onrutll, attached to the Twp !SO I Rge 26, $12,000;; Cllf. THE WORLD!

/. L Detis, with six men aboard, moved up the Manatee ford Anderson to HIldegard Bla-
River today to Manatee which was attacked. A large saw ser, Akron, Ohio, parcel In Sec
and grist mill with its steam engine and fixtures were 8, Twp 50, Rge27$3,000;; Elaine I
Genter to Jerry L. and JudithA. -
destroyed. Told that three miles farther the river there
up Cucchlaro and Park,HI., te 'T -
was a sugar mill belonging to President Jefferson Davis, parcel In Sec 29, Twp 50, !Rge ,+ ww p10,000
the ascended the river and found establishment 1. y
party an 31, $1,000; Howard Shields to :
which last year allegedly made over 1,500 hogshead of John J. and Carmel J. Maykopet,

sugar, two-thirds of which was sold to the Confederate Granite City, 111., parcel In Sec '. +
commissary department. After breaking up as much of 30, Twp 50, Rge 31, $3,200.

the machinery as possible, the loaded shells were placedin Florida Acreage InvestmentCo. M
., to Collier Land Corp., MI. __
various parts of the engine and the building was set
ami Beach parcels In Sees 31
afire. The shells exploded and the factory burned to the and 32, Twp 50,Rce 33,and S.ca

ground. The Federals report no casualties. 4 and 5, Twp 51, Rge 33, $85,
August J -Union Fleet Captain Drayton writes to 000;; Florida Sunshine Acreage,
Captain Thornton A. Jenkins at Pensacola urging that the Inc., to Comer and Vera B.

monitor Tecumieb be dispatched to Mobile to assist Ad. Thompson, Glen Burnle, Md., "ea '
pared In Sec 20, Twp 51, Rge BTU's
Fsrragut in his attack "If you can get the Ttcumub
33 $1,300 Wheaton Industries
; ,
out tomorrow, do so; otherwise I am pretty certain that
Inc. and
to Robert V. Margaret .WITHOUT
the admiral won't wait for her. Indeed, I think a very Smith, Lakewood, Ohio, parcel in .

little persuasion would have taken him in today, and less Sec 10, Twp 51, Rge 33, $1,200Wheaton ;;
tomorrow." Industries, Inc., to JackL. 230-VOLT

General John P. Hatch recently assigned commanderof Caidln, New York, N.Y., par. NAPLES fa well represented at Bald Peak Colony Club this iummer.
the Federal District of Florida, arrived in Jacksonville eel in Sec 14, Twp 51, Rge 33, Pictured here enjoying themselves are ( left to right; ) Mr and Mrs. RE-WIRING

tonight, aboard the Mary &,,/0'". The Diltivirr, one of $1,300;; Wheaton Industries, Inc., Lloyd Coffin and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Durkee. Bald Peak Colony Club
to Dwayne and B. Jo.Ann Harkle.
the vessels accompanying the Miry &"IOIf, went aground road, N
coming up the river, and the Canonical is being sent downto eel In Sec 14, Twp !51, !Rge 33,
lighten her. $1,100;; Florida Sunshine Acre.
The 8th U. S. Colored Troops were sent to Palatka, age, Inc., to Andrew J. and RoseB.

and they arrived just in time to save a detachment of Baron, Jr., Chicago, parcelIn
twenty-five Union cavalry. One officer and two privates See 19, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1, FEDDERS115VOLT

were lost. The J4th and 102nd U. S. Colored Troops are 300.Sunny
Florida Acres, Inc., to
presently enroute to Baldwin Emma Braeman, Miami Beach, FEEl


far and wide posit never find an air conditioner. to .qu.l
this, feddert US Volt (custom Supreme It deliver e fuN ton of
I tooling enough to nr condition, an intir apartment. Yet rt open
Qulfcfc \& ales on 119.volt currant no mud for coitly 230.volt rewiring.

e .r ,.lf.r3 v"s By every valid 'njin..ring lindard' ",s rl the world' most tHcwnl \.
r + air conditioner It develops Hi Dif" eooim| capacity on far
. One of Naples' handsomeet condominiums on the beach has Invited o* to less tlactriuty than other air cenditionaii with umilar ITU raln, ,..
plan a model apartment for your pleaiure. ,r Y Over the years,, the' high BTU par wilt ratio <." mean Significant
saves In operating com.
It i* now open to visitor and we believe youll find the rooms cool and Sat from the moment you turn It on you'H understand the value
refraining for seasonal or year round living We've been practical and budget of buying' Ih. vary haute It *engmta' >ad to'ttp on cooling under
minded, but we've sparked these practicality with a combination of )fllttrda,'. i 11 dagraa Sunloadt when many no conditioners turn oft lo pre.vent -
damage from ov.rh.ating Cemat wan, adder* Sound Bar.
antique charm and the finest of today's furniture.It
lies that hushes air velocity' > bounds oeiivirt,, e roomful of dry
visit model In coolfiltered air every taw moment with e'e "whisper Stop tn
is our pleasure to invite you to our apartment Naples
today and ice thli wonderful' comfit
art i .ncl.
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"' tr NLlt Bandar August J, 1961 hotel rates cneap (see pric list,)
-- - - --- --- t Burns 68 Says He Went tl; off-beat travel topics . When I trial visited Grand Cay.

Social Security ,............ man, a crochet-hook-shaped is.
The next visit of the representative land tome 22 miles long, I was
Office Schedules to Immokalee will be struck by the curious complex.
Monda August 17. He Is In Na. To Work When Gracie Quit .. I I Ions of its residents Aside from

Visits In CountyA pies Hall from each 9:30 Thursday a.m, at until the noon.City HOLLYWOOD- . . . . -' . - - ) .'' 'Jitt ?tapla ?tofMd the Negro have population skin the, many color whitepeople of

representative of the Social Considerable time can be sav. (VP-"When< is producing and helji: to "" lightly-cooked shrimp with
Grade retired, I went to work write pat.
ed U ,
security branch office will be at persons applying for bene. ches of tan. Their
the says George Burns, 68, and In addition, he is producingand eyes are a
City Hall in Everglade from fits bring following proofs when ,.. muddy color and .
queer some.times
3 to 8 coming for Social working harder than a beatle. supervising the njis d, iIf
an Interview :
pjn. on Thursday 1
August crossed. Most are descen-
e. The next visit of the represen.tatlve Security card, evidence of age; Burns had just returned from another Warners serU s, "No ; .L..f..r By Anne L BowesA dents of the few original settlers
to everglades will be and a record of last year's and five weeks In Nevada where he Time tor Sergeants" \ntf he, '.I'.i... t" .. largely English plrateaand
t regailed the dice throwers continued (
Thursday, September S, this year's earnings, with overseeing "Mister such ancestral
songs and patter. He reported to Ed," which he helped orate r names as
--- Warner Bros to begin his star. U he is overworked, ne BowdenEden, Merren and Ebank
ring role In "Wend and Me," a doesn't show It. Centuries inbreeding have at.
FLY 4 NAPLES television series which he also "I'm "olnl what I love t to tl"." trlbuted to their poor sklnwhlch
-rs**& Burns said I "'Retire0 \e>VPI., 1was often becomes cancerous), and
their odd complexions. Even to.
MIAMI retired I during all u lee
sears I '.t:.rk,.dull), Giauo It'<- day, Caymanlans are highly nationalistic
Pot Of Gold Not and seldom
no wonder she anted to quit; marry
New Year Round Daily Schedule she did all Hie \\<''I'k. If ',el I Iold "outside
Always Found At 31 pages "d dlahgup, si I <' i lied. t,' Like their forefathers, the
Naples To Miami memorize pages 01 i It. Ml I Island men are excellent sail
------- did ors. Most healthy ones spend
was say 'Tell me al ut
7145 A.M. 11 :30 AM 345PM: EASY MOMMi. There .\uc End Of RainbowCHICAGO your brother,' and Hat' II'"aid Y their years from 20 to 50 cruis.
I Iw
18 moving sidewalks at the start her off" big the Seven Seas. A ship cap.
Miami To Naples New York World Fair and (lAP) For thou. Burns told hohI' found., anew taro 1s usually proud and happyto
9:00: A.M. 215PM. 5:00: P.M. three of Walt Disney best lands of Southern ApiaUdiUn home at Warner Bros. have a Caymanlan crew. Asa
Ic \ eU characters Basl-iul white persons J journe north. "The studio had Connie Steve result, the population of Grand
Connections and Reservations to any point In the world Dopey and Plutoe.cort a ward represents the hope[ ol an ens, whom I greatly) admired, Cayman (8000)) Is twothlrds female .
NAPLES AIRLINES teaming Snow White up one end to poverty and I deprivation. and I had the idea for a series, Just the place for a roving
of them. !Mote than 3000 But for nun) of the 25,000 which Warners liked. The story bachelor!
Naples Airport Concourse S Miami AirportMI feet of rubber belting I migrant living In Chicago, the has me, George Burns, buying Men who don't sign aboard may
"paves" these conveyors city has meant only' continued an apartment building to give work as conch collectors or at
2 J454 44811
one of the Fair's more p-ac' despair. Uneducated, unskilledand me an audience for my singing, *. capturing turtles off the coastsof
City Ticket office Nsplra Travel Agency 4 Cor-. tical! features. unaccustomed to water One of the tenants is Connie, their Islands and Nicaragua.
the migrants find the transition! who plays an airlines stewardess It41r R' +r,+ r. Huge hawksbills, greens and lot
from backwood to urban! setting I weave in and out of the l w gerheads roam these waters, at.
almost Impossible. stories, talk to the audience and .' talnlng weights up to 600poundslIn
Part of President Johnson's sing a song now and then. 1 Columbus' day ( discover..
antipoverty bill Is aimed at con "J. L. Warner was so pleasedwith ed the Caymans In 1303X: the
reeling the economic conditions how 'Wendy and Me' Islands were called Las Tortu.
that drive the migrants north. turned out that he asked me to of the unlimited
ward. But the dislocated ml take over 'No Time for Ser. R supply of turtles. Today, due to

I grants also have become a welfare geants' as well" greedy' operators, the turtle pop.
problem In Chicago, where Is it possible that George Is ,rr ulatlons throughout theCarlbbeanare
they have settled in a five.mile. stages)ruck? In danger There are barely
ZONEDKBUSINESSOffice long, one.mlle'Ide area on the "Sure, I am," he said "But enough around to keep turtllng a
North Side known as Uptown. that's true of all of us who have Number One Industry. It's always
"One of the biggest problemsfor done well in the business; we all an exciting trip to the Tur.
the migrant Is exploitation," love to work. Jack Benny Is that tie Kraal at North Sound on Grand
said Dewey W. Wood, director way. So is Bob Hope Milton Cayman. A practised native will
of the Chicago office" of the Berle? Why, all you have to do nonchalantly lift one of these monsters
Council of the Southern Moun. is open a refrigerator door and out of its crawl to permit a
tains. the light causes him to go into photograph. The Initials of Its
and store space is now availableIn Ists at well as browsers. And "The migrants pay $27 to $35 20 minutes of Jokes. SECLUDED BEACH where pirates once moored captor are carved upon the belly

the Fleischmann Central Building office space Is enhanced by lob- dollars a week rent for unbelievable "But It's true of the younger their craft is Smith's Barkadere. Gazing out upon shell so that proper tally and pay.

located on Exciting Third Street South. by and hallway appointments of apartments. Often four generation, too. Nothing could the scene is Major Bowes. ment can be made.
families (of six or seven per. hold back an Ann-Margret or a
Here Is a location that offers you the the finest quality. sons each) share the same bath. Bobby Darin They have that CLEAR WATER
same thing that we have: the Another nlceaquaticpastlmeis
unique advantage of commercial zon- room, Dewey said.
2. Plenty of unmetered free parking Exploitation, added to the drive to please an audience. It snorkeling or peering through a
ing adjacent to the prestlgo residential that I discovered Ann. glass-bottomed boat around Rum
to accommodate your clientele higher cost of living In the happens
areas of Naples. And for businessesthat North, often offsets extra wages Margret, but 1 don't take any Point. Invariably this yields a
can the Fleischmann Cen In addition to the huge the migrants may earn. bows for It. If 1 hadn't dlscov. few lobsters which can be cooked
Flelschmann Parking Area west Wood says many of them Bred her, someone else would Immediately on the beach and
tral Building solves the main problems of the building. ;: would be better off at home in have. You can't hold back talent eaten with dripping; hot butter
." and biscuits. Even If you can
confronting a prestige merchandising the "security of their catlie.
swim fear the water .
scarcely or
operation.. 3. An address of distinction affording asks draled, "what mountains more "Incentive But, he to Current the crystal Caymanlan Sea

1 1. The handsomely designed modern a most discernible shopping migrate would any of us need I If and magic reefs will overwhelm

architecture affords the shops and office dignity In an atmosphere our cash Income for an entire 12 Best SellersCompiled you.There is
with window of quiet wellappointedbeauty. months was $600?" ( by Pubh.h.,' Weekly) Impressive fishingto ;
expansive displayareas Torn between the better jobsof be had both inland at the salt
easily Identified by motor. the North and the yearning FICTION lagoons or offshore where the
for the hills of West Virginia, THE SPY WHO CAME IN sea plummets to amuln depths.
Kentucky and Tennessee, the FROM THE COLD, L* Corr. Regardless of what one catches,
migrants often park up and ARMAGEDDON, Urn a Caymanlan cook can conjure
south CONVENTION, Knebe) and a tasty dinner conch stewgrill
For a pleasant and rewarding business future In Naples, contact J. Wilson Dyches.J next week. only to return the Boiler ed mangrove snapper, filet of
CANDY Southern and CAYMANIAN COUPLES wait many years for dolphin
"Back home," Wood said fish gumbo. the list
"they can squat on their, Hoffenberg completed homes. With the men away at sea for is endless. (to be continued.)

haunches for hours on the porch, JULIAN, Vidal, months at a time, building is done in spurts. Unfinished
| Wilson; DycLes Realtor of the County court house, but .. houses like this as a result dot the landscape. {!

I : as soon as a number of them] NONFICTION .. :J tl
I Ml I Third,5treefY South Naples' Florid* congregate a corner herefi on A MOVEABLE fE)4T, ,.. . .... .. .. .: :. .,'. 1)-- Jlj'FI t 6
they're picked up for loiter. )Hemingway The past two weeks of fantastically The Cayman slandlSOml1esnorth.west ;
Ing," FOUR DAYS, UPI.Amen hot temperatures In the of Jamaica and 200 -" ..,.,

can Heritage! East have forced people to scary miles south of Cuba are a good I
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THEINVISIBLE GOVERNMENT for the mountains and sea choice for the unconventional, .r (Ira, I.OWNION(
HOME Who and Roll coasts. Roads and rooms are undemanding traveller. There'sno A' ,..4 14."
AND INCOME PROPERTY DIPLOMAT AMONG WARRIORS over crowded, clothes soak with casino as In Aruba, no flamboyant ,

;a Murphy perspiration, tempera flare easily markets as on Jamaica, WEEKDAY LUNCH
THE NAKED SOCIETY and vacations soon loose their no tourist shops, T.V. or idle Ahintoflemongivesfetchins
Packard charm. phones as throughout Puerto Rico flavor to blueberry muffins.
(AP' 'Th. Torch U charm. Actually, a wind-cooled, Instead you find unadulterat.
Pat ltd" It not listed be. uncluttered Caribbean island can ed reefs and beaches, fish din Bag and Tomato Salad
rouse It hat rat been told be cheaper, more comfortableand tiers, trade winds and sun.Flight Blueberry Muffins Beverage
+ generally in book ttoret') far more colorful than any costs down (via Miami, San Juanor
American resort area. Jamaica) are low and summer UFWRRY MUFFINS
I- 2 cup sifted flour
J teaspoons baking powder
I teaspoon unit.
1/) cup sugar.
1 large eggcup
I : milk
1/4 cup butter or margarine I ,
teaspoon grated lemon find
Into a medium mining bowl,
sift together the flour, baking
powder, nail and sugar Beat egg
until thick and Ivory color; add
milk and beat to combine; stir in
; huller and lemon rind. Add egg
f1 mixture to sifted dry ingredient;
Mir. only until moisteneddiare-;
,, gird (lump. Fold in blueberries.Fill .
J i buttered muffin pans two-
thirds full. Bake In a hot (423

s+ ah ___ degree. ) oven about 25 minute*.
Serve hot. Makes 12 to 14 j if
i well are 1/3-cup: si no.


you youngster: hum been
"...., hot |i> cut," !in in snack will
g'u1 ; provide good nutrition.Stswherries.rntheSeem.

r, ah f ( Fabulous, Fr'stede'

1 Open your Savings Account todayA 4 small FABULOUS ripe bananas FROSTEDS

cup: quick chocolate-flavored;
, s
s Savings Account is like a personal barometer: as it goes up, it 3 mix cups; milk .

indicates, "Better weather ahead!" Save regularly and you'll' be I pint vanilla ice cream;

able to weather "rainy days". , seize opportunities . realize Mash hunanas thoroughly witha

cherished goals. And at today's high rates your money earns mil fork.. Stir In chocolate-flavored
; gradually heat in milk; continue
mere money quickly,, to heat If necessary until

Home and Income properly consisting of 2 and are in immaculate condition. A real money Mended. Pour into 4 tall glasses;

bedroom, 2 bath residence Alto one bed. maker for someone who wishes to retire with Enjoythat"safe money"'eelint when you travel,..carry add Ice cream.MOVING .

room apartment and one efficiency apartment a ready-made Income, Offered it $42.500 AMERICAN EXPRESS TO FLORIDA?

Both apartment are heated and airconditioned. everything completely furnished. : I.usast Kalr*-Bonded t>n*.

era, Modern Equipment. San

Prompt rifuntf if lost or stolin Spindabli mrrwhin,Cost-only i pun i ooilar. >m<: 2000 Ib*. lOOaib.

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courteous staff will welcome you at The Moorings office FlP7.. "tJ 1It
will be our pleasure to provide information on homesites, commercial /'t.t'IZl/: /t.., !ll1LJ. _

property. : house plans and costs, landscaping, zoning and building <'.... -p
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is ccnveniently located on the Tamiami Trail at the intersection of Harbour .,'S"... h' Telephone Mt I Drive. If you wish more information before visiting here, write or call: .. .'.... II. Milton link, President




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new area of The Moorings currently under ro' struction almost ready for sanitary sewer and water main including sanitary sewers and streets, is March or

New plats are available showing parts of construction.Unit earlier. Color plats showing homesites available,

the original Units I & 2 from homesites on Bow 5, from Crayton Road west to the Gulf is prices, other information are available at your broke

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4B ''I t I 11 11 101 Nfv MJJR'4 Sunday, August 2, JJ64 JJPJ
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100 Years AgoFarragul J
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asIt It There was a Commander's Call Vance Rimes; August 15 -Ca, .
Captures Mobile Bay last Sunday at Puma Gorda the Bob Arlckj August 16 Cap
Charlotte County squadron. It Bruce Boynton; August 22 ._ .
was announced that renewal fees Jerry Capuano; August 23 11.
BY LON K. SAVAGEIt torpedoes in those days . and this year are being raised to $9 Robert Pearman; August 29 -
was 100 years ago this week Inside the bay awaited the pin. a year instead of $6. This Is be- Lt. George Spencer; and Augus'
that Admiral David Glasgow Far. boats and the "Tennessee.1' \arionalHeadquarters fees 30 -Capt. Fritz Thurner.
ragut became an American legend ,
with his statement "Damn the FIRST SHOT have been raised e e .
torpedoesl Full speed aheadl"It It was 7:15 a.m. when the Fed. o 0 IT'S A FACT Internallona
occurred in the Battle of eral fleet, heading Into the than Here Is the schedule for AugUSt Air Cadet Exchange cadets fro
Mobile Bay, In which Farragut net in two columns, opened tire for the Sundown Patrol MaJor Sweden will be hosted by the
attacked across mlneJllIed bay, on the forts. Half an hour later, { 1 Vernon Sweet will fly every Florida Wing of CAP from Jul)
conquered two forts on landthree the firing was general i Pilots are
hednesda evening. 28 to August 7.
.mnboatt In the bay and defeatedthe As the ships passed under Fort
for their own
Cadettes Fisher
Confederacy's strongest sea Morgan's guns, the lead vessel, .. ._ arrange Nancy and
vessel, the Ironclad "Tennes. the "Brooklyn," suddenly halt. T y- or< vers. If the pilots cannot fly Mlckl Hearth have just returned
see." ed and signaled to Farragut, on THE TIDES luxury apartment building at 1801 poration, headed by Tom II. Bartel, of Detroit. patrol they are asked to notify from one week of encampmen'
Farragut launched his attack the flagship, "Hartford right Gulf Shore Boulevard, has just been sold to Philip Ad Miller handled the deal for both buyer and f Capt. Bob A rick, even If they and one week of Stewardess
August 5 with a fleet of seven behind, that It was too close to M. Francoeur of Naples by the Gulf Coast Cor. seller have made arrangements for School In Miami. There will
wooden warships and four mon. a monitor. Farragut, fearing a -- someone else to fly. be more about this later.
Itors, heavily armored gunboats traffic Jam of ships behind the The schedule: August -S/M' Commander's Call next moml
with revolving turrets. His plant halted "Brooklyn," ordered the gut lashed to the rigging aboveso "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed Queen bees of Paul Frank August 2 Capt. will be either In Clewlston 01
are capable
to run from the Gulf into the bay "Brooklyn" to !go ahead, but that he could watch the battle, ahead'" Louise 8' W/O
Moore August Final decision
: be
laying than 3.000 Naples.
PET DOCTOR mote eggsIn !
the the lal !
through a three-mile wide channel still the Brooklyn delayed. passed "Brooklyn, Meanwhile, the two forts were one day. Earl Hodges August 9 W/O announced later.
under the guns of Fort Guinea Exasperated, Farragut order. ter signaled that there were tor. raking* ships On the Hartford, 1y A.W. Motley, D VM
on his left and the more powerful ed his own ship to pass the pedoes ahead. It was then, ac a signal officer rote that "shot
Fort Morgan on Ms right.Across "Brooklyn" and take the lead. cording to the story, that Far. after shot came through the side,
the channel were mines .called As the "Hartford," with Farra ragut spat out his command: mowing down the men, deluging f l
the decks with blood and scatter"
ing fragments of humanity ," 0e 0 "LJ
At the same time,the"Tecum.
seh," one of monitors, strucka : .
mine, careened to one side and e,.
WATERFRONT HOMES sank almost immediately, taking
93 of her 114 crewmen to the bot.

tom.By 7:30, the other ships had mj spent! tOft tfluch
the forts and in
passed were the
ABSOLUTELY PRICED TO SELL! bay, beyond reach of the forts' 0O

guns. Now, they set upon the
gunboats and made short shriftof money tin carpet;
them, capturing one, destroy. > .
leg another and sending the third
fleeing across the bay to Mobile. 0 to make a mistake.Make
In Fashionable But the battle was not won.The b EDEARIm .
ironclad "Tennessee" now head
ed into the Federal fleet with its Q. Recently my hulbond
power to destroy every ship.Far. bought me a pair of guinea pigi.I .
ragut, his guns being almost use I would like information on their
less, ordered his ships to ram core and feeding Also have thy
i the monster. One wooden ship did been known to bite anyone? My
ram the "Tennessee" and pulled mistake.
children want to handle them
back almost a wreck hers!lfwlth
the "Tennessee" hardlydamag Mary Roger, Algonac Mich.

.T6-- ed.For A. Guln.o pips ore I like, othtr onl Our selection of Lees carpets representthe
more than an hour, the moll In hat they will all. ll ivHicimllyprovoked
ar ot Federal' ships circled and blast. Howtvcr, riity oro not normally finest values the most dependable
} ed into the Ironclad. At one biting anlmali. Treat Them( g.nlly
OnNAPLES point, one of Farragut's own and they will rtipond th love and erf carpets you'll find anywhere. We stand
..... ships collided with and almost 'faction. Treat ttitm honhly and lhy
sank his But little behind every sale. So does Lees. Our
flagship. by will orlampl 'to prol. l tnomtdvot In
7j BAY little, as the Federals bounced the know, U
only way they by biting < prices are attractive.
shot after shot off the Ironclad,
any animal bit., III. important' that Hi*
the "Tennessee" began having person bless by a guinea pig, chdi
trouble. Her commander was with hit doctor. Although itldom hap Stop in and see us. You'll be glad
wounded, her guns damaged.Fin
guln.o can hove robinTo .
p.n. page did.
These magnificent waterfront homes located In Beautiful Royal Harbor ally, her steering gear was shot be idle, you ihouldhoverh*j ulno you
and she wallowed
have been reduced and reduced this week to (.II. Drive out and Inspect In away the bay. A white flag helplessly went up, pig. Inoculated ogalnil roblei by your I
them be did.IMMEDIATE I veterinarian H. would uie what n
today you'll glad you and she surrendered.
Within three weeks, the forts known at a killed voccln Guinea pig
had surrendered under a bom. are among the.,nd..,and y.nlltl'p....
bardment, and the Confederacy K they hove e worm comfortable bed ..J\faplcs floor CoVCrinfJ8
OCCUPANCY had lost Its last Gulf port ft? ore brushed regularly and ted rabbits
ift. zt..n. 1. Nwict> week: Total war in At bu, guinea>I foooth.\wJUrep I long
;w t'..r syguawn ... u ta. *x Urn* ant give r;op >Wl.'lawnti4Your : | : x.eae nwpatllMl, ....".'tl+ r't"- ..
: -- children can handle them ll they "19 Years of Dependability"
The sport of boating c >st Ore careful not la squeeze them toe
t1 . Americans nearly $2 6 hard or hold them 'tar long periodi of
: billion Boo!! Sixth Avenue .So. Phone MI 2-1050
: ;t. during 1963. lime

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1801 TARPON ROAD Beautiful 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with extra

large living room, dining area, family room and carport. Wall to wall car and save on

peting and drapes. Oil heat Situated on mature landscaped corner sea-

walled lot.

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1891 KINGFISH ROAD A striking brick veneer home, large living room, Be a That's right, you can save on vacation expenses

dining area, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sheened and covered patio, double car. when you stop at the yellow and blue GGG sign.G .

port, central) heating and air-conditiom.ig. Situated on mature landscapedcorner f"iden businesses It identifies participating the service stations in the Golden motels Gate, restaurants Guest program and other

sea-walled lot overlooking Naples Bay an exciting new way to increase your vacation pleasure
G I d Gate Guest G without increasing your vacation budget. Golden Gate Estates
pays part of your vacation expenses, so you can discover

fir' many Florida's opportunities magnificent, for Gulf vacationing Coast for and yourself year-round and learn living of its

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FREE GASOLINE Stop at any service FREE TRADING STAMPS AS a Golden Gate Guest, FREE FLORIDA ORANGES Florida and

station displaying the yellow and you'll receive 1,000 trading stamps absolutely free oranges go together. That's why we
blue GGG sign and we will pick up there's nothing to buy no strings attached! Bestof are pleased to provide a large sack of
: the tab for your gasoline (up to all you can select from several nationally distributed j fresh tree-ripened oranges, with our
t $5.00 per family). brand-name stamps. compliments to each GGG family
1960 KINGFISH ROAD Completely furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath home

o with living room, dining area leading to screened porch overlooking Naples
BUT THAT'S NOT ALL You're ,in for the most exciting -_. .,, STOP AT THE YELLOW AND BLUE
Bay. Many bona-fide extras including mature landscaping and a free boat ; "
.acatun bonus under the Florida sun as a Golden Gate Guest, ;. .
dock. 011"g, Free fishing, with bait and tackle at the 1,000 ft, _" 000 SIGN FOR DETAILS .
e Naples fish, ,ig pier a guided auto tour ft modem pic) Truig '''' 1 i

turesque Naples and a fast eating airplane. ride over Naples, _., *.. ?i BE A Golden Gate Guest : :
the Gulf Jf Mexico and Golden Gate Estates There are many ,-tl: I ,
You can inspect these homes at any time by contacting Mr. Foster or Mr. more surprises waiting for you at the GGG Hcspitahty -" .
t Blodgett at the ROYAL HARBOR Main office 1891 Kingfish Road or call Center US 41 and State Road 951 just east of Naples + GULF AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION

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--Hundreds are of gathered camping at enthusiasts a. I Feed The Girls' A Great SaladBy I

park near Cuyahoga Falls. ROUNDABOUT RETURNS Smith's check xn, stuck to his
Ohio for the National Camp I 1'1 I II I RSfURG Fla. UP) refund cheik
ers and Hikers Convention. CECIL BROWNSTONE h i "I I I I. Smith ut nearby: "I thought of sending it beck
In the photo the new queenof Associated Press Food Editor ''I i H g'"i his refund from the to the tax office. ." Ball wrote,
the convention. Barbara I, "I,i Internal Revenue "but decided that you might be
Bozeman from Montgomery. ENTERTAINING AT a summer d.h",1t I rune, as anxious lo get your check aa
luncheon cm be easy if \"u M'J it from Cenl,! I I
Ala displays her and ? i A. was mine so am mailing It
crown choose to serve a salad II the 11lfI\\. t-Ia. nail|| and to you direct."
trophy main court.
If the |utti are to be "the
NEA Telephoto ** hett's
girls, our nomination -
a cold chicken tnd fruit platter
with a special dreiiing The Thtre's Nothing Like It In Naples e I
chicken ma>' be cooked the day
a before your luncheon and stared i
In the refrigerator. The fresh
; fruit should be prepared ahorth Village Green
before serving but that's east
The dreiiing it made in a t 'inkling
in an electric blender
e t ll That dressing it a high point "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN SETTER
-it' perfectly delicious and
wk Here a authoritative ant- low in calories Several years New
A Community of Cooperative
wen by the Veterans Administration ago we thought/ of putting cream
to questions from for. style cottage cheese in the electric Garden Apartments for Adults
mer servicemen and their families blender (with a little buttermilk
: or milk and lemon juue) to Only-Prices Start at $7,200

1 w yT Q A veteran hat asked mea prepare what we called Errata
e hit personal physician to get Sour Cream. Then tome bright F wry
and cooks evolved variations on that c i'VI' ,'
a report of the VA x ray
theme The latest we've tried b
r rs laboratory studies made at a a combination of cottage cheese INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BID-
recent examination. How can I
ret this information from the and frozen orange juice concentrate ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
plus a suspicion of sugar .
and aalt-make a Tine accompaniment -
A You may secure Form. for the chicken and SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET
3288 from the Veteran Administration
which will authorisethe fresh fruit --'- WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. -

release of information from COLD CHICKEN AND DELICIOUS L Tor: TRIl KY'u don't have to SUNDAY 1 TO S P.M.

the veterans records. Or the FRUIT PLATTERS be a Cordon Bleu tl' serve tour friend a delightful

veteran concerned may tend to to 6cupa diced cooked chicken lo\v-calor salad of old thicken fresh fruit, imp
the VA a written statement 1 1/2 cups diced celery greens and creamy orange dressing
granting permission to release Fresh fruit cantaloupe: avocado rid Wtctfot ri44 date4
the Information to the doctor.Q pineapple, peaches,
Are members of my Immediate I amall omonsliced 1 1J ..1Ihe\ ingredients Bring to a
grapea Realtors
family eligible for VA Salad celery topi boil, cover ughth/ Simmer until
Read the hospitalization green 1 branch parsley tender-about 40 minutes\ -turning .
Want Ads I Creamy Orange Dressing SALES REPRESENTATIVES
.: A Veterans only are eligible Mu chicken with celery and 2 bay leaves once if you like Strain broth;
to receive rate' In a VA mound In the center of a large 2 teaspoons monosodium gluta- refrigerate or freeier-store for 305 5th Ave, South MI 2-2124
hospital First priority goes to platter. Remove outer covering milt acme other use. Cool chicken;
Value of the Week veterans with service-conneeted from cantaloupe and avocado; 1-1/2 teaspoons lilt remove meat from bones and 1 OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKERgives
disabilities; after that servicemen teed and cut in wedges Remove 1 '4 teaspoon pepper without service-connected' rind from pineapple, slice and Place chicken in kettle with and l 3 to 4 cups broth

disabilities who are unable to core. Peel peaches, halve and
lAKEFRONT RESIDENTIAL LOT pay for hospital care. pit. Cut,rar" in smell clualer.

Undoubtedly the finest lakefront lot left In Na Q Can I make a reservation Arrange fruit and taltd, greens
for burial plot In a national around chicken and celery Serve
pies. Faces southwest across private lake towards cemetery T with Creamy Orange Dretting. MICHIGAN

Beach Club Golf Course This propertyhas A Burial plots are assigned Makes 8 tervingt.

curved wjnuete retaining wall at shore line at the time of the funeral. No
advance reservations are made. CREAMY ORANGE DRESSING
to protect against, erosion Lot has city sewer Once the plot hat been assignedIt t ounce (1 cup)cr.amatyll cottage .
Installed and paid for Pre $10,000 cash.CHOICE. It understood that the wifeor cheese

( the veteran If the wife It 1/4 cup frozen orange juice concentrate you THE MOST
...o' \ already burled there) will be thawed and undiluted
: buried there when the later 1 teaspoon sugar
death takes place In certain 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
A '1e rROPERT 4 : \' \,'::' cases a child; may also be buried Dash of silt
t; ,
> : there Place cottage cheese, concentrate -

,ORS f BILE+.r:: Q -- As a veteran's widow sugar and ginger in an
": } electric blender; blend until
ii figuring out my Income and estate -
smooth. Makes about 1
1 cup -20
for purposes of a pension calories per tablespoon.
fOt RENT tfl : can I Include the unpaid balance

-; : due on the family automobile? COOKED CHICKEN FOR
A -- Yes. generally any Just PLATTER

, W. ROY SMITH, Realtor debt ruled as such by a pro- three-pound broller-fryers,
bate court Is also Included and whole or cut up
77 Fifth Avenue, !South MI '" considered a just debt by the 3 cups water


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Big Raise The KEN

Everyone likes to get a big .
raise, and this i is especially
I true of the homemaker who
U baking a cake.

1', While many brands of .. '
flour and many cake mixes ---- a"'t--
boast that their Ingredientswill
t' : give you a cake that
rites high here's a tip that THE MOST p ua ;atI

will rises Insure well. you a cake that

t Mobile Disk IXPANDWAYTA5LI Place eggs in warm water C N UYINO i i1 >
t, bAOn.A'n for a few minutes after / w/ Ndd
,, w, M.bp.,,, .,Gab, taking them from the refrig BuAGa N1
a. ? ?i. a .e 'n samDArr
" S.. ...,.. t0'a. erator and before using them
Nb1.sraiaur in making your favorite cake gMNI

1119 cake will rise much '"''f

AAicE higher than if you had not ; /lDaDOMfL00R
done this.Guarding. 1
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of of amt
II the Unknowns at ArlingtonIs
I the responsibility of the 1st l_. W SIN' 1

Battle Group. 3d Old Guard"Infantry
1Au Regiment Thorough experience Jay to day working knowledge Kitchen: In Rear $13,495 on your lot

r I of construction conditions md prices plus comment of -
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customer and trade specialists[ point up the truth of

; 1.: g i this statement We invite you to judge (for yourself scttttNta troaot
because value h relative In moo
i a matter producing quality pAfhomes

nt ,t fair price vuhave the advantage of tub-
ton ANO uavts ) ; '
(EAIWAI NAIUAAtWu. stantial volume in purchasing the benclit of our own glNtNa a
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radio-controlled with Inn and interest
crfw ; service b ""
/AE! lA[ MASTtVA/ sAaACt
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a T17Space earned reputation to protect Let our courteous experienced tnaNN

home specialists show you why Michigan r '

problem do a fail Construction offers THE: MOST HOUSE VALUE

disappearing act with these HOLLAND 11 eNM
Inspect Models Today In flOOR PW
\criatile spice magiciansin SALLEYINC. ran

home. These in
your .
tier /free IN)

genious: multipurpose .9'euo..' '" /

beauties expand like magic 150 5th AVE S
Kitchen In Front $12,995 on your lot
to Jail tin dining cables NA U$, 'Lo.IDAFurniture A4

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scaling up to eight people!

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sruuur 119 r Phone MI 2.2244 Naples, FlTTYou'll i Homes your
g r5ICto '1'' small amount Rugs
.. rtil"- lot from 12,995
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5. r H. space I l
M Whop." e' Oa.run. Objets d'art furnished models A ':/ c.ol',,,. '''"0'''''' ,
: :;:;...:;',.';;" leaving plenty of room for I Golf Course
not to be foundelsewhere Moorings i
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CHOOSf YOURS TODAY Visit our furnished modal' Sat. & Sun. 9 to 6 .I f !

._,_.,,"..., Other styles from $119 to $139 at Carnage S { 4 .iN. 00',,. ei
D..r',.... .. of IASY TAMS apartments I '
Club La Tour : 'r
Rivage and Z
Yankee' Landing, : i
You'll Find Other Michigan: Model Homes : .' _

THE 5I \ '
AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF In Big Cypress Country Club Estates, Naples II.' 'koPf'1\9 Nopl C.rstar s /I' 'f-I

South and In Cape Coral and In Tanglewood .:' .. Itr
Trail Across from Bowling Alley Phone' MI 2-3117 INTERIOR DESIGNERS




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NIW3 Bendsy, Aasast 2, 1964j H A -- I 'The Kids Know How _jii .j -

FROM LI'n'LE' Local Agency / ,
To Beat The Heats

C& SPARKS. .. Gets FranchiseFor

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Jeep LineWood l ""w _"IRS .i
Chrysler plymouth Inc
@*FIRES GROW! Jeep' Division has been franchised .

by Kaiser Jeep sales cor. W.
poratlon to handle the famed
'Jeep' family vehicles and approved .
NAPLESBUSINESS special equipment.
Signing of the franchise was
announced by David S. Ueb.

schultz, pre.ldentctthenewdeal.
rshtp, who said the firm will
market the full line of 'Jeep'
vehicles and equipment In this
SERVICEPAYROLLS area. The dealership also will a *
offer complete parts and ser
vice facilities for the famed 40 4e
"go.anywhere" vehicles.
The dealership will be local
RECORDS ed at 2640 Ninth St. N. Naples.
The 'Jeep' line of vehicles Is
TAXES designed to serve a wide range
of purposes from elx-passenger
AND family service to the roughest
kind of off.the.road hauling with

BOOKKEEPINGSYSTEMS gross vehicle weights up to 8,600 .""w.-_
Newest In the expanding line

of 'Jeep' vehicles are the all. ......
Phone new Wagoner Station Wagonsand
Gladiator Truck series COOL PACK Reitffi n A <\ >: apt wat found by REAL RELIEF I Pleasure I It evident en little, Mike

MI 2-3143 fates Roddy Ryan ,in mud Huddle 'Hated by heavy In it Rae 'int. ROllnb"II'a face n h. receives a cold water shower from

The annually Wit. Judging, by hn' express 'In ht wun't eav,ng quickly, garden hone during hut wave In the Philadelphia' 'area.Tips .
us ririk Af*.i.. Seen buys more than SO million

pounds of cashew nuts, ac

N.plen. Florid. cording to Britannica Book of ......1.):..... ..._ .... .." .&...00 I :Jae" "
m.d. is months
the Year. EGLEB'SBy I .k, and leader of POOl Id, let 'm Don.1101'1. Tenn. hit in audience
K MARION SORENSEN ai he takes a plunge He iwimt up to 30 feet they ny I On

"osfc the men at Imperial. ." ': Flotilla,
ORNER 149 loner. Strikers listed 1187 ,
"M. with Hub Bans high 522198Lou. AgendaThe Boating USCGAThis ;

Art you a solid citizen who w.nri a solid ise WoUord, 474, led the Pin. for
heads to their 1178 Mike Pike agenda Tuesday'smeeting
houM with everything modern, from the latest In had a 193 single and Ned Dor. of County Commission year,llcyholderi! In one your boat, Its steering systemand
kitchen to the newest In air conditioning? Ask sey 191. will! be as follows; of the nations largest Insurance equipment.
about this 3 bedroom 2'/j' bath house In the An excited crowd watched the sler At 2 p.m. the lucky winner EARLY BLOOMERS. 182 900 aim..Readlng of board companies will receive a small 3. Do not unbalance a small
700 clubbers and their will be presented with the TV. boat when boarding. Boarding
partners game and a 494 set gave Marie minutes. folder In which recreation, the
Moorings, a home a hostess will love. Listed at (who had to be Seniors) roll There will be an exhibition( Weaver the lead for the day. Pat 9:15: a.m.--Report of county outdoors, and boating are topics.It accidents are the result of care
$32,000.Or *eam. matches/ w hdcp at Brook. match with Cray Hammond and Eggleston arrived at a 484 witha engineer. Is gratifying to such organize lessness.
side Bowlla.t. Sunday. local bowlers following the 1C9, Mary Jo Glbbj 477 and 10 a.m.Report of Lions as the Power Squadron 4. Get a Courtesy Examinationof
First placement to Nick Cafi. award. Terry Murnan 473. Bette Price health and welfare. county American National Red Cross, your boat from the CoastGuard
are you a congenial host who levee ferelU and BllllyderwlthaI309.. kept the maples dancing to the National Safety Council, to all Auxiliary, to determine
people almost at much as money? Here's how vie Marina .n ry had a 1236 which gave them GULP SHORE-Francls Lord recorded games of 172.134, Mary vacation of Joyce Ave., Royal and others to know that the ever safety equipment.
to satisfy your two great loves, buy the Tropics second place. Third place went to showed the Way with a 567.219, Kline 1S7 and the ZJOspllt,Helen Palm Terrace Subdivision. Increasing popularity In boating 5. Do not go far offshore a
Lodge 19 yjVits and a swimming pool makes' the learn of John Stull and Earl Buck Perry knocked the sticks HaU.140.U3. Betty Goitzwas also 11 a.m."Graham WMdden Is being paralleled by safety practice small open boat,
while entertain. Listed at $160,000., ',,Campbell with an U91 around for a big 220, Art Allen a marksman as she converted re county cemetery. guidance and publicity from 6. Exercise extreme caution
money you
'( : and Gene Teenier each had a. 6.740. 11:30 a.m...Publtc hearing many sources. when refueling. Ventilate the en.
210. John Stull reached a 202. LADIES COMMERICAL Star vacation of certain roadway, Coconut The 10 "TIMELY RULES for Cine compartment for a few min.
Youngsters should; not cowl in:< Bill! Hyder 201, Elvln Townsend.Em was Mary Armbrust with a 475. Creek, Unit 1. SAFE FUN AFLOAT," listed by utes before starting an inboard.
Want a beautiful view across the Bay of adult leagues as they lose all Emerlck.Mlke Yahl 197, Ev 168 Elaine Sheldon was not far 12 noon--Recess for lunch. this company whose business It 7. Have a life Jacket for every.
Naples from a large lot for little money? This amateur standing and cannot even Baldwin 196, Marv Llghtner 193, behind with a473J76BarbHayes 1:30 p.m.-SIT AS BOARDOF Is to assist In preserving the one aboard the boat This Is the
lot is favorite in feet participate In school sports any,I Fred Redenbaugh.Marv LeMas. 4G5.188.Kiye Rans 453 and Eileen amenities of life, are as follows: law.Children should wear jackets
our Aqualane over 200 longer., Will get the exact quote''ters 195, Ron Townsend 194 and Wheeler 452. Wanda Rlcecame up EQUALIZATION 1. Do not overload a small boat. at all limes
on the bay. Listed at $10,000. from the higher ups and reprint: Arvil Holland 192. with a 196 slngleton.Peggy Yahl 2 p.m.--Opening of bids on 2. Learn the peculiarities of 8. If In distress, stay with the
It for your benefit. I MIXED CLASSIC- Blasting,192, Alice Lind 17S, Dee Shlmer sale of surplus county motor boat even if It Is floating upside
... I Parent.Child and-or AdultJunior games of 203.204 and 210 gave: 172, Agatha Cleary.JunaHa Sny. grader. down.
.J League play Is permissible Paul Crlckenberger a 617 and der Jean Hyder 171, Joanne Man. 2:15--Delegatfon From Naples 9. When taking a trip, be It
,: high for the nlte. Harry SaucheU devllle 1C8, Julie Chesser 167, Park Area Assn. short or long, leave your estl.
11 fired 234 and 211 tor 615. mated time of return with some
11. a a Virile Hutto 166 and Ann Davis 2:30 p.m. "General businessand
An exhibition by Cray Ham.i 1 Tex Kaverman posted a 588.203 160. Nena Ellis and Zula Corwin correspondence. one on shore.
mond was held yesterday after.!': and Ken McConkey 585.204.! The each converted the 5.7 and Zula Final.-Approve and bills 10. Don't' be a smart-aleck.
iW '41 I noon at 2 p.m. and again at7p.m.:, weaker (?) sex was led by Mary also picked up the 310. pay Have deep respect for the water.It .
-..... Ma./l MYYM.1 eeM.KMi with a clinic and instructions to Armbrust with a 536493 Ethel, can be a fun-providing friend. ..
the public following This vai I Jones 515.177, Edna Simpson 510.: PINES LA4CONTRACTORSScoring or a fearsome foe.
p'art./a"hne(/, Lanes Grand Re{ 190 and Lucille Lord 486. Harrr> hon. A Service ol Your Doitor MtHicim, .
IMPERIAL 'Clouser reached lone 204Earl 1 Your Lord, Medial, bocitiy and the
.ppenlne. ors went to MclTlvey with a
i Ilp ,lend. Medial Allocution.t'
.t' *ri<*itTA3unday i ) there will txjj CantiMy 203, iToi Salmon 2011'' ; '.'t:. V'Shields framed<< 'a !
a filial ro l.oft for the color TV)I Jerl Jerabek and Ike Wolfor' :g;oata. Dunn1 DunhttM shtit' a ,, oy4 ,Irevr e, 'A MEDICAL PROFESSOR'S forAIt&IACtgfSPEAKS

at 1230 p.m. The finalists are) 200. 219 singleton, Bob Steele 208 and ( THOUGHTS ON MENTAL
289 Ninth St., So. Phone MI 2-2128 D. J. Salmon: Nell Van rY4 I COUPLESThe Sandba (ers*I I Jack Hatcher 197. HEALTH
Buddy Smith, Jean H (!produced a 1202 with Lyn WalkJtdfi'stn :, TVThe talented one was Ma. ,
Hajek, Ev Baldwin and Gene Tes.9 er ;a' 52S489: and flea a,,, rle Shults with a 470471.() Kay '1 he great nikno. uf uur age j BYe
t I liter posted a 442. Inga Gill list 4s it boredom a famou mcdii.ilprofenaor '
ed a lone 188, Nancy Dun 166, once ttated Ai to : ; GENE

i Carol Campen 160, Fay Hatcher day's prevailing a lack of malady mramiiK, ,he and included 1 : I "f t McLAINE
: 158, Vera Zwicker 115: Bonnie along with boredom .
,. Whisker 150 and Sally Dun 152 Uur preoccupation with tin
MIXED MAJORS. For the menit exploration of outer space-and \ ,
was Carl Armbrust with a r.05.! meantime the .iit'ciiiiiigly\lIful
210 and LU Miller 53.197. Tex i. avoidance of (learning how to Whether we like to be.

Howdoyou Kaverman ,produced a 364.210. +, ,$ % I uii'lmtaml and control ourf lirvf it or not, heart di-
Lucille Lord bclvos-111 the dramatic expre-
blasted a 213
game IN to extent
ewer a treat
:for a 498, Mary Jo Clbbs 483. nion of our social Mrkni'hx,
198 explained the doctor Medical a byproduct of proiiperity.
Terry Murnan 484469
He. a, science, he pointed! out, ha.
len Henson 47646S. Mike Pike made mormon stride in ullrviutniK In short, the more and bet.

shot a 208 single, W, Henson pain and prolonging! lif<', ter we est, the quicker we
196, Ann Fuller 165 and the 5.7. < to be now Confronted will the
a savings account 9, Ethel Jones 1CI464, Martha ,( task of enlarging itJunction to go.
open Vanchura 183 and Sue Tillman ...... -- _. : Include giving meaning to tin
1C1. Sharpshooter was Bill Jones HANDY MAN-Lt. life( U hai helped to make |>o"i' According to an experton
converting the 410. ble the grim killer of the
k Gen A, J, Geodpaster.49, asestant The doctor defined mental
Guarani ions of Paraguay to the Joint Chiefs. of Staff health M> that Mate of miiul, in 20th Century, coronary ,)
and southern Brazil are at the Pentagon if" Bert of winch a pcrnoii can carry on rink are those who tan
: said to have first cultivated general manager and lIandymln activitic with natikfaition tolumsclf claim to than
at Naples FedetaI1' with come ncntc of rc- lay more one
for U. S. military leader *
'.pineapples. '.out tponaihility making to other a nuinance, and with of of the following (1) High

himself to a large nunilwr of blood pressure; (2) lIilhfhol..MlC'rol
'/ .. 'I' L io' fr'"(, '1f, '", ',.,;;-" J F r: 4 1H. Got people without All mental person health, with are or ; (3) Diabetes;

ae The oldinul to uffcr, he *aitl l, Tn I (1)) Obenity; (5) Kidney
5leneage Chief Say -Pin. Ridge experience' frustration, or grief, disease; (6) Heavy amok.
Still Best Buy pain, tension, conflict, jealouiy,
fear and anxiety n within the Ing; ((7) Tension
In Florida!" nature of man The e are difficult
situations, and happiness faa Speaking of tension r*.
Follow these simple instruction QA by-product of resolving thim, mind us there will be
in whole or ill part
I-eelniK of' confidence in one!'< no caune for tension when
nclf and others, the sense of take preicrip
you your
having a measure competence
and a basic l faith tht the whole lions to NAPLES PRE.
human situation is. worthwhile SCRIPTION SHOP Our
add to a perton'i capacity to en.
You Hetrhe dure all the alit to which he lit service U fait, efficient
concluded the doctor
1. First, of course you have to have some 4. And, now, watch; your money grow! Earning subjected and thoroughly accurateat

money to save. Not much, mind you. You / on your savings will be compounded Admiral Richard E Byrd NAPLES'PRESCn.IP.. .

can open a new account at Naples Federal twlce- early at Naples Federal made around an the unescorted world when only trip TION SHOP 733 4thATeNorth.Ph.MI2.245S.

with as little as $1.00. Get The Message About Pine Ridge Extension! 12 years old, according to .
You see, it's easy to open a savings accountat Encyclopaedia Britannica

2. Choose the kind of savings account that Naples Federal when you follow these Just 3I, miles North of Naples, Pine Ridge

best suits your needs. Your savings accountcan simple instructions. extension affords all the comforts of carefree Everything

be established as a single account or as living , spacious lots, fine water, and no GARDEN
one of the many special accounts created by Naples Federal Savings and Loan Association u city taxe Pine Ridge i i. the new conceptfor for making

Naples Federal for your convenience. chartered by an agency of the (l. S. Government, better Florida living! your gardening
It u a community enterprise in which all uho
fun . from
3. Bring your savings to Naples Federal participate in savings or loan account are member All lots in Pine Ridge are one acre or larger.

the Four Corners. of the association contributing to the growth As our Seminole Chief (who certainly know hand tools to
Or, if you prefer, and liability of Collier County. Savings accountsat his way around Florida) would say "Heap fertilizer. Comein

you can enjoy j Naples Federal are backed by sound management Big Happy Hunting Ground For Hometite &: let's getacquainted.

the ease of 1 and insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Hunters!"

saving by mail." tty"1 Saving& Loan Insurance Corporation, an agencyof .
Either way, you will want to the United States Government. It does make
establish a regular savings program. a difference where you sate I" ANNOUNCINGNEW



at the four corntrs Created by Collier Development Corp. Naples Garden Spot t

t 110 Tamioml Trail Phone Ml 2.2131

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What r rm FtoplcWhaf T1rinlr" Sunday, August 2. 1964 COLLIER ( 01'NfY NEWS 71'I -
State House Is Target

It Takes to Make a Good Friend : for Boston' Teen-Aer v- I!' -

By Eugrne Gilbert to succeed In this world fnd Gilbert Youth !Service: delay their entries Into public w wwI

President. Cllbrn Youth people who have It are fun. to BOSTON!\ Massachusetts sung i life until the' reach \otlngnge.

RfIIl'arch.lnr. hang around with." Charles profile came up with a summertime The only remaining candidate

(END Clark, 16, Phoenix. j fad this year that left I 1".11 was the uinlti who started It ..11IG'l'ucld 1

The more often I make these .F ST "Friends should be Intelligent politicians spinning like hula Leonard Tuff fit Y .

surveys on what Vounf people cNE K LI enough to know what the other\ hours Five teenagers: plumedcampaigns Wf'\In.utll. Tif.g had filed n<'nImtlon .lN

think the more often am struck pE t NAc"ry one Is talking about" Danny for public offli.... papers to hue his mme

by the persistence of old }(GOCC Jennings, IS, Orange, Tea I| After the application: "f +erne placed
fashioned virtues In today's teenage )(SENSE of NUMoRGooc' "I like to hate fun and I can'tIf ofilolal and parental pressure as an Independent candidate fur,

generation.More kyGIENEGc ;: the other girl Is frowning''all four of the youths derided to the Massachusetts! House
than ever I am 'oovlnc'pd .N the time. Joyce Levy, j5, Representatives itd , S/
that the horror storied which D h1pNNERS: Atlanta, Ga : A senior at Wen month High s ,

keep cropping up about youthful "Cleanliness and neatness are Gory Movies School In September TJgp die err ,
misbehavior are typical not nf 0VOl2fHY oFCllt' most Important because they covered In a history protect that fir

any broad segment of Voting k show the Inner self and C odphyslr.1 Teen-agers In Miami, Fla., are there U no apparent minimum
people but of special group CONFIDENCES hygiene" Brenda $ue giving themselves a series of( age In the state constitution for P mes

whose outlook has I been warpedIn Lynch, 20, Terra Haute, Ihd. nock treatments, designed to running for office.

one way or another. "I like good manners In a bo>' hake up their bad driving habit While man intuit linked& at

Our latest survey Is a < ise .' l because It makes me feel we are Student found guilty of traffic thr parade'.tt..n-a ip. ndliltte,

of point. R deals with the simple adults." Sharon Headly )J5, violations In court are given a there Here few s'nt .imoiiR '

subject of friendships. Reading 5 Beaver Falls Pa. j i chance to serve their sentencesby the profcsitliiiul' |iiillllrluis lit 1 1a

some articles and fictional "'I cannot date a boy more attending three sessions of the Manual'hiisetu r> HOUM : :

works about high school age than twice It he Isn't Intelligent Dad. County's Student Traffic Secretary if State Koxln It. w.sc .

youngsters, you'd think they have because we have nothing to talk! Safety Council Whltt. ,,ho .it 3 t Is .often, nfrrriil .

become cynical, shallow and self about." Carole Katz IS, Bayslde, There, they're shown horror t,, s"\imttifiil.' "one thforecuatlthat
centered In their personal re N.Y. '" I movies of grisly traffic ac. union Tier! wire

lationships. U that Is a fact, It "A friend Is someone you can cldents, and they hear speeches blinked there world ,lu :< r..1. l

certainly has escaped my Inter e. confide In, someone to share from prominent lawmen as toted of teenage r:null,I.itot. Ho iiskml)

viewers. your joys and sorrows with, and consequences oflheirnegligence. the legli.1 itiirtt<> I','''' u MM

Eighty-four per cent of the who will keep the secrets Just Some offenders go on to become Dint would act minimum sego
youths we talked to say they make .- + i'f c between you two." L a u jr$ a active In the Council that's tried fur rinmlnp fm |>ul>lti' c.ffli'i>. l lout

friends easily, 35 per cent assert receivedare Johnson, 13, Brooklyn, N.Y. to reform them. the II' ilII'r", vim "'i rr In tlnrliihlng >
Some of the comments
they have more than six good teen-agers find their friends. well worth repeating ......................................,........." .............. d.1"t I the Xrir'N; ----.- I. ,---
friends of the same sex, and 25 Parties, home neighborhoods and Mpsxlun. tifiHnl (III :sect t; SEH'U Tint \ \It'Itllr I I' MM'' Ir .'r Ir aid

per cent say they have six or clubs are other Important Most of tlin xniilliH u'serthe.. 1 man iir.l Ti. ,f \\i- 1111) MIII I.,, I I tl'. 'tin I

more of the opposite sex sources. THE"To QUALITY have a truly OF warm FRIENDSHIP personality MISS DEB Irma hit,il,.sf\hltp'N uhl'c'. Indoin'udont| , fir" tit. M ,-II 11- f I .1 111\.

one must have all the other "
,\,. '
WARM PERSONALITY virtues" Rodger P'. Payne, 16, i."': . nlH'rrl ,ur.'"" I ,
PARAMOUNTMuch Overseas Jobs Detroit. ': ': --/,11 .b".., Juniori.i .. \\tJ

more significant are the "You need a tens of humor \:>..) 1....,. ehqurtfr. Orooning '. 1
qualities they look for In friends Sharpen Wits }JI.. \",r. .nfrrp.... "\ iZ NEW WATERFRONT

Whether the friend seekers are
test" the
Intellectual survival
boys or girls, what they ha\e I I :
Of StudentsGilbert mushroomed since
In mind primarily are such program has Q. Our school recently went a date and the hat to stay
SPrvtcePRINCETON Its cautious Inception ten sum on the honor .)'a..mld home. Would II be all right If
qualities as a warm personality Youth
was that a mistake! The .y.. I asked my boyfriend to art
trustworthiness and a sense of N.J.-The Intricate men sgo. tern tailed all of two weeks her a dale for a part Ihtl'. SUBDIVISION
humor. problems which face Indus- The students .rfComplet.110n Now studying for exams has coming up* I'n beard that
their own, fully Independent for aU but gone out of style Instead .boys resent doing "social
The matter of good looks Is trialists overseas are .
work" and I don t want to
everybody practically
the first time In their lives. .
hardly mentioned by youngstersIn studied nrsl-hand-and In the everybody at leant Just him on the spot I WithMultiFamily
connection with friends of local languages-by a hand-pick. Working in a foreign country, cribs on teita. The few who. A. Go ahead and ask him I
the student must make his way don't are out In the cold bo but don press the point If he
their own sex, and<) Is a distinct ed group of 60 Princeton cause the grade curve Is an seems reluctant to play matchmaker ,
also-ran with those considering University students by his own ability," says Bates absolute wreck But If we .x. Lots of fellows do shy I or
automobile "He does not have possibility noted our friends who cheat from that roU Remember .
In away
friends of the opposite sex. Another The 60 are working
relative we d be wrecked too Ii there If pressure him Into
of being rescued by a ora you
little regarded factor Is and airline offices, In any answer, short of joiningthe getting your friend a date WATERFRONT LOTS
overall popularity. But cheerfulness steel plants, In gas and water friend. And the foreign language group and cribbing like' and his friend doetnt have : .
closes the door to the possibility everyone else a good time, the blame will
good grooming, Intelligenceand works, and In a host of other
of talking one's way out of the A. You can do two things: wind up at your feet. A safer,
good manners all are highly enterprises. first, try to organize the few more natural way to coax f I ''I I II
regarded. Termed by Prof, BlanchardW. job If It U rough going" who don t cheat Get togetherand your friend Into the social I | Believe It or Not
Students find their own living ask for a private talk whirl is for you to Introduceher
School Is where most of the Bates a "stimulating sort of .
trust Explain to of trlends
teacher more
a you your Priced at Only
The salary covers a I
: ,
the situation thoroughly both boys and girls Especially I !
man's room and board If he lives but mention no names at a party where the't date
' modestly. He Is expected to produce Undoubtedly, both she and lets make sure she's IncludedIn
the other school officials will conversation and games As I
"Naples Sells Itself Let Ad whether he Is holding a understand the social bind more people get to know her ',$3,500 and $3,950
clerical job or Is a sales re- your in and will agree 'to shell probably .blossom out ,
1 : ho keep your complaint con.fldentlal on her own. I
presentative. But Invariably
Miller You i
Help Buy Wisely"LOVELY U you can't get a Q. Its the custom In my
finds a warm welcome. group to meet with a teacher, group to give birthday pretentt. -
Locating jobs for the studentshas youll have to go It alone Although we limit them
These terrific lots All located
ROYAL HARBOR HOME on beautifully i are -
the difficult Again remember that teachers to ia gifts, II s Mill a big dragon 1 I
been most partof
landscaped lot on Bonita Lane. This two bedroom two can be awfully understanding my weak budget. How canI
bath waterfront residence also contains a large dressIng the progrti: when It really\ eve face and finance I: on a wide, deep-channel canal with 1
room, living room and dining combination, electric counts Chances are some of ... Why not give something I

kitchen whhlove, refrigerator and garbage disposal them grade are curve already with eyeing suspicion that you you vo can made be sure yourself your gift Then Is i i i access to Naples Bay Lot sizes rangefrom

reverse cycle air contitlcnlng and heating, and a two '.. l Q. My hair Is a nice color original, and It will leave "
ear garage. Drapes, carpets, lantern and room dividers honey blond and It Isettoo your allowance Intact For Instance | 80'xl40f to DO'xUO'. Close to
dry or too oily. But It Is make a pretty fabric
are Included and TV cable has been paid for a ,
extremely fine and not very for a box of Kleenex
year f2,950 with cash above a mortgage of approximately everything:
thick How can I wear It Ito tissues that matches or com
$17,000.ITS make It seem thicker? plementt your friend bedroom I
A. Fluffy hairdos are your It can be almost any
A CHARMERI! We mean the residence on beat bet Keep your hair fairly / fabric from felt to satin We believe you will like the location of these lotsso
South Golf Drive, overlooking the Golf course. Thereare short so that It won't pull Trimmings might be braid
: down and seem thinner Set lace, ribbon or clever cutouts not give call and let show
three bedrooms, with a walk-In dressing room off to tailored why us a us you
it on rollers for soft stylet Alight Frilly or one can be
the maater'a domain, two .ksths, a commodious living '
permanent or Just a made in Just an hour or so
room and entrance hall, a large screened porch facing (I. body wave if you prefer f- and you don't need to be a
south and a splendidly appointed klt fA. The house will add apparent thickness sewing expert. All you needIs
too. And although the heavily Imagination I scissors a
Is centrally heated and air conditioned and has generous Is few of fabric and
backcombed look out you scraps
closet and storage spare. A beauty by any e'k 1. might benefit by just a little you're a gift giving genius! I JOHN WOOD I
Jeflnlllcn, It U\ priced at $32,750. back,combing for special oc t free iiHmg imlrmliom AND ASSOCIATES
cations. 14 ptt_r,,l for mating Imut
MODERATELY PRICED three bedroom, two bath Q. My bed friend It cute lie* tot rn t** ki thttitttt byu
home en Tenth Street, North, In excellent condition. but the t thy and doetn have riling KrmbaIyfah: Hit, Box 630 Fifth Ave, So. Ph. MI 2.2539 i
with many dales. I can tell she HI P, Corpor'silo"
Also built roof are a living room
under Its new up j
often feels burt when I have Pitmnb, Wu)
dining area, electric kitchen and Florida room. Some

fnraiture Is Included In the purchase price, and therein 1 .---K5i. I I I .Jiii'iil I .MTi j
a workshop for the do-it-yourselfer. $14,000, with '. IuIRIRIwII, I I JOT J ML. it-v H. jm. :
purchaser to arrange his own financing. ." :1\ M/l"Ira.tel'! WtYY' ten uw ''Waw.egvrr'fiswtkmse 't llw' ttee taartWtta rus / If\.1 :

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furnished two bedroom house, set on a well I
mldtown West Lake Drive. Property '
landscaped OB : I
ia nosed multi-family, and is large enough to permit -r.Joyi. the iI"e... :;
the construction cf several rental units. The house

has living room, dining area, large Florida room and phone
plenty of closet space, and the furnishings Include TV I I ,

and Magnavoz. $1.,500. with purchaser to make his North Key Largo ifoffand : Sally( J"C.

own financing arrangements. I

LOTS TO CROW ABOUT Large Port Royal lot 11111 , I
oa Admiralty Parade, East, with water oa
It's the rfittiflctlve 1ol!.(>*>... I
and a wonderful' view of the bay. This splendid lot number.1 the Oceor Reef Inn ;I I I
offers the perfect site for a prestige home. 660,000. and Yacht Club In the world- ,

. Attractive Ridge Lakes lot, a block from golf famous Florida Keys .North I I : .
Key Largo, fa enact.Why
Street. ,
course on Seventh Avenue North, at Seventh I
Ntt tnl.r Tilt New Ant i I
Bonita Court I
14,500 . ,Waterfront homeslte 01 Lmurtoutty t.pnd.4 ft-
Royal Harbor. IWOO . Two tar lots In beautiful, tlllllft New Artiliblt TII.... : decorated
tropical Coconut Creek zoned single family. 17.500 J ST AIOUT TIIO PitatankH0555 Cordially invites you' to visit our completely

each . Fino MoorUgs' lot on Sprlnglme Drive ",500. 0' DIIIVIHO will OIVI model at Gulf Towers Gulf Shore Boulevard
YOU A CO""L IT' CHAHO' 0'.C..IIY apartment ,
terms. PLUS H'". 151.550. '
MORE ON THE SAME Mooring Lino Drive Mar 10, ATTIIACTIYI LODOIHO in the Moorings, beginning Sunday, August 2, 1964.
Hawser Laa.. 114' by I41f of beautiful P05 A D.LIOHT'UL IAN.av -
$ ,000 . Res dentlal lot. 100' by ISO', a block from MOL IDA. AHD DO"'T
the Gulf on First Street and Eighth Ave..e.South FrIT Stout MOSOUITOIS.lft .
. Quarter section near Wiggins Pass AIIIA IS S"IIA"D PseNAI.
also IS.OOO lft. ItA AND IANO.Citlcr .
with easy access to Gulf. Priced at $2000 per acre. mctlmt *..? .- 11.5.Ina .
. We have other desirable single family multi.family I- M d,,.. Oull' arn-I. MHIrn.5.,
boo. fl.,, w a. 14 154. .
and commercial lots all around the town and !laIn c_,........" gall _,..r I....
trod b..*...* '._ .
un .j 100'
price rangea. AIM choice Collier County acreage. .......... rl.iMt. O/... ..,,_

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i w : Gulf Towers bows to Naples society today in the quiet, luxurious style


that is the hallmark of excellence. The natural beauty of Naples is

matched and enhanced by graciously combining warm congeniality


with cloistered privacy . the charm of Gulf Towers only underlines


I the delightful experience of Gulf-front living.

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<(,'" 'In the past weeks Gulf Towers has published brief but concise message relating information of importance concerning -
". particular phases of design development and construction. No advance or pre-development models wen
S utilized for merchandising purposes.

Today you are cordially Invited to Inspect the finished product, of precise engineering architectural, creativity and
construction ability. No flowering sentences containing steriotyped adjectives can match your, own personal' inspection.We .
sincerely feel you will share with we the developers, the prideful, knowledge of an uncompromising, quality

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t. Nadine H. and Allan C. Slade

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