Title: The daily news
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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.
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Publication Date: August 9, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Naples Building Total For 1964 Close To $9 MillionAnother




giant-sized weekat Building Official Bert i'inkston year total of 8571646. residences highlighted! the big Is .ing built by biggs and Co. plans to erect a 128 by contracts for all four or the The other three I'or I ) Royal

the Naples building office signed 27 permits, adding All thai, Is left Is the 1963 week just I passed. Heading Maale. some alterations also 60-f so, commercial building new Port Royal homes for which residences ire "spec homes"
moved the city's constructiontotal up to$480,324Inestlmatedcon- record of $9,589,701, and that the list was the $145,000 addition are covered In the job The at 340 Fifth Avenue South for permits were Issued during the for Poi' Hoy, inc. costing

so far this year to with- ruction costs In the week tout probably will be eclipsed to the Pon Royal Bescti tota, cost Is 1150,000 a $5, Holland Sa ley, Inc. Architect week The residence for Andon $38OOOeach.l'llnsweredrawn i
In $650.000 of the entire total Just ended. That boosts the by September.Two Club 2900 Gordon Drive 000 foundation permit having Donald Nick drew the plane KewnJIan at WOOGalieon Drive by William w. Llmmerman

for 1963, which was a recordbreaking 1964 total to date to $8,936, big commercial permits The 84 by 19-foot addition. been taken out late last month. for the $101,000 building will OM an estimated 60000. and the houses will be built

year. 399, more than the 1962 full- and four more Port Royal containing 9,932 square feet r. RW. \\ood Construction uis and Maaie hold the H.K. Harrtnf It the anhtteot. at 306 Gin Lane and 3'00
and 3665 Ton Charles Drive.

L.V. Shields plans to bold,
a $17,000 residence for VivianL.

TIDES Bill) at 676 Murex Drive.
Rutenbeig Construction Co.
i plans 10 const met a $15,000:
Weather Outlook Hlth' l*. house a; 3Ji First Street South

> '.m. pm. '.11I. p.m. for John I'. Rushneli.vl .

Scattered shower becoming In NU H lill. l2St: etas i TW: \ lam D. STone Inc. holds

numerous Sunday Hixh Sunday bt r 13n., 10 202: lilt: 7t6 11:11: the contract for a $9,500 coin

low 90.. East and louthetit winds oilie r d 11 22: 2:11: #:01 8tll inerclai building, 60 by 26 feet,

8 to 18 mile per hour lusty near o nl 12 2.J6:: 1:It KlSl: tI:1S: to go up at 580 10th Street

*ho"'f rt. 7 .\ild ant hour for Metro North Owner Is Allan Slade.
K and K C,miiactors plans '0
\dd nor hour. Naplfi Bay bridge
build a $6,600 residence st 528

SUNDAY AUGUST 9, 1964 18 PAGES 10 CENTS 41st YEAR -NUMBER 11The 14th itree North In the new
River I ark East development.
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Stahhnan Sprinkling Systems
took out In) permits for sprinkling -

Aft and Tax Roll Also Set $400 sys to 'l,737.cms ranging Total of from the

10 piojcc Is $8,919. Hern

and Pllve plan to make a $3,
500 addition to the residence of

Ira DellMS Hfih5>treet North.

Wor New City Budget Lewis I "0:1, Inc.Is Installing
a pool and screened enclosureat

.1 i COM! ,il ,:F..3(11( tor Dr.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
t1
D ruse ThlrdStreet

NEW DELHI, India (AP) North
Prime Minister Lal Bahadur

Shastrt has appealed to his op, ..
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ponents to call off their planned
hunger strikes, work stoppagesand
For
other potentially explosive -' -; Ready AiringCity I1J'I

food protests shortage.He against. India's critical t


strations warned could that plunge such India demon.into t y t t3

a new wave of unrest. The leaders ;! I. Manager Vince Wood's assossments Tax Assessor Pert duce $13,500 more than last year,
promised to consider Shas. proposed 1904-6'i Naples budget Plnkston will present s lax roll and franchise fees and other rev.
to '. plea, but It was doubted probably will be ready for unveiling .> that will have approximately $1. inset are expected to maintainthe /"
that they would forego the opportunity at Monday's tax equalization .> 503,160 more taxable property upward trend uf (he last
of making political hearing, Wood said Fri.i, than the 1963 roll few years. -
capital out of the shortages Wood's 1964-63 budget will fol. Council members will spenda

day.The manager has been busy low much the same format as week sludjlnn the budget! then
all week preparing the 100) paee the 1963-64 budget, which re.celved gel together In the annual closed
ROME (AP) The threat of budget for printing, and Wood many complaints from door conferences to add to or
a three-day railroad strike has hopes to have It bark from the Councilman and citizens last subtract from the managur'spro-
ended In an apparent victory for 1J printer and ready to be assembled ., year. It was described as "one posed budget.
the Aldo new Moro.government of premier 1-111 and handed out Mond.ay.CllY of the finest presentations of a The budget that Is revised by

The Communlst.led General Council will sit as aboard municipal budget that I have Council becomes public recordby
of tax equalization that: seen" by a Naples resident who September I, and HIM public
Confederation of Italian Labor
day at 2 p.m. to hear any tax.., once served as a large-city ad.mlnlstrator hearing on It probably will behold
Friday night called off Its
payers dissatisfied with their on the east coast. about mld'sC'ptember. The
scheduled strike set for 8.
Aug
aiI The format will be about the new fiscal year begins October I.
10. It said an agreement, also
same, and there are Indication
supported by non Communist 2 Men HeldIn that the price figures will be
unions, had been reached on : about the same. too. Last year County Building
workers' demands for higher Valdosta For Wood proposed a $997,322: budget Active \ .-
fringe benefits.DUESSELDORF. which Council pared to$964,. $105,964 fNEA Telephoto)

-- Naples BreaksRobert 042 and financed by a nine-mill New construction In August MISMV.U, JG| i Everett

Germany L Daniels and Lewis Kim. ad valorem tu.nOLDING, got off to a good start In the Alvarez Jr. from San Jose.
(AP) -Two persons were mi... berlin are being held In Valdosta, unincorporated area of Collier Calif above, was listed as

log after and feared drowned today On., for the Collier County There is sentiment THE LINE pouncil, County, as the county buUJ ,.)Int 'fjfyMlt|) : 4t "m nUssIng J
a Dutch pleasure boat and tWO Sheriffs Department, on charges Ing office Issued$106,064; worth on the air strike against!
a German tanker barge collided ARTUROS are revealed In the accompanying special Inter for holding the line on taxes IMS
here In the Rhine River, police view on Caribbean Gardens' Duck Vaudeville The one on the leftis of burglary committed here on year, even If It means dipping of permit In the week Just end- North bates Viet Nam torpedo
August 5, Sheriff E.A. Dong Hen- boat
said.The a star of the original permanent, four times daily show at the Gar- dry reported this morning Into the "cash carryover"which ed.Of
Dutch vessel Ahoy, had (4 dens. The other egjr-layer and piano-player is the wounded hero ofNaples' The 20>year old men, accord. after two years of collecting Interest the total, First Florida
passengers when It collided Fri has grown toward the$170,. Resource Corp., developers of
duck Winchrcnncr
international publicity'jretter. the traveling troupe cur- Ing to Hendry, admitted entering Out
000 mark A two-mlll for
day with the tanker Rhelntank levy Brookilde subdivision in Cast
cap.
the New York World's Fair number of bu.lnessnrmslnthe
r ntly appearing at the Florida Pavilion at a
11 Police said 16 persons from Naples area last Wednesday. Ital Improvements In 1962-63 Naples, accounted for $45oo( <). Of The Hospital
the Ahoy were hurled Into the Reporting breaking and enter. raised $120,000 which was not FFKC took out five penults for

water Maestro Back At Keyboard log and thefts were Webb's Tex. spent after voters approved the $9,000 residences In Drookslde Naples policeman Jerry
$2,000,000 general obligationbond three Lane and Wlncbrenncr, who shot In
aco Station In North Naples, and Issue In 1963.Th.r. on Holiday two was
TAIPEI (AP) Communist George Durranee's Service Sta. Is a possibility that any on Harbor Lane. the shoulder In a gun battle
:China: has clamped martial law Uon In East Naples.The Flamingo Increases over lastyear" L.V, Shields will build a J16 Tuesday night, was released
ver its mainland coast from Drive Inn was also broken Into the anticipated
Phantom Stabber Strikes budget can be met by 000 residence for Miles Sco- from the Naples Community
!Shanghai to Hainan Island and same night, but reported nothing
anticipated Increases In reven. field at the Half(Circle I. ranch, Hospital early Friday morn-
moved troops to coastal areas, missing ues. A nlne-mlll tax will pro. about eight miles east and north log
the official Nationalist Chinese At Webb's Station about $12 In '
of Immokalee, WIMainD-Stone Wlnebrcmicr with Police
:Central: News Agency said Sat. change was taken along with a tire along
urday. and 12 gallons of gasoline. About Inc. win construct a $15,000 ojjt. Jack Hilts surprised
The agenry said martial law Our Arturo At The FairSeveral $500 was taken at Durrance'sSta. ABBY PUFFS OUT house for Howard C. Hempyit what appeared to he an attempted -

was Imposed after the United tie Sea Gate.Rutenherg. burglary at the Chris-TalI
States bombed In the Inves.tlgatlon AND WE'RE GLAD Construction Co. I noel MarketandCdwardSwan-
North Viet Nam Hendry reported
weeks after It hap- dens", said Kuperberg "but parently well healed.
Wednesday, and said about 20 pened word has leaked out that quickly decided that this would Within two days after the show It was learned a sus. HOUSTON Tex AP) -The will build a $14,500 residence ann, 34, of Miami reportedly
per cent of the militiamen from plclous car had been seen In the season's first tropical{ storm, for Paul Clark at Palm River opened fire at the police officer -
Arturo the plano-playln' Duck.Naples' be unfair to visitors totheGir- reopened In the Florida Pavilion -
communes In a southern prov. area, and an alert went out to Abby, blew Itself out In Inland Estate. AJ Igll has taken *,one hu lei striking Wine-
feathered ambassador We decided It would be Arturo's wound also
dens. reopened -
ince authorities to be the lookout
were moved to on without causing
coa.talareu Texas today out a permit to build s $lo, hrentier In the shoulder.
for patrol duty. suffered serious stab wound best to bring the road show Dr. David Ehrlich for the car, which was IdentifiedIn great damage.
any 624 duplex for C, Masclale si owarijon was also shot In the
while performing with the traveling home until better crowd con- (Lt. Col. USA, Pet), veterinarian the message The storm, appearing 'UlI.denly Isles of Capri. shoulder the shot
troupe of of quacky actors trol could be obtained duringthe for New York City's Police The men were arrested by the In the Gulf of Mexico, during ex-
at the New York World's Duck Vaudeville performances department's mounted Valdosta police department and struck the Texas middle coast James blocker Is building change.: Swanson: and his two
Chances ForExpansion the tire and some of the some guest cabins at Iminoka! *.. ,"elates are being held lor
,Fair. to prevent a reoc- police and prlma-veterlnarlan moneywas In the vicinity of MaUgorda
recovered. In questioning, lee at a cost of 2240. Three breaking and entering, with
The NEWS obtained word currence of the vandalism that for the ASI'CA was hastllycall- late Friday.
of the the men admitted the burglariesIn The disturbance unleashed other permits Issued duringthe / ,1,1', i charges: pending further
Of near tragedy through an resulted In the vicious stab- ed In. Using special, stainless
Informant at the Florida l evi- bing." steel clamps designed for peo- the Naples area. winds up lo 61 miles an hour week added up to $2Grju.' id/ ,of f the case.
The men will be returned to and triggered rains as far In.
lion. When queried as to the Arturo and his friends returned ple, Ehrllch "zipped up"
Viet War Less Collier County for prosecution. land as San Antonio,
truth of the matter. Fair officials to Naples and the Gar- Arturo and advised that regular -

were slow to answer dens inmld-Junewhere Arturo exercise (such as piano-
WASHINGTON (AP) High This week, upon his return to convalesced and kept in shapeby playing) would be the best medicine August---Hot and DryMap
U.S. authorities said Saturday Naples to attend to Gardens' playing relief piano for the In the world for the bat-
chances of a major expansion of Bill
business and City Council commitments big original show here In the tie-scarred maestro. Anti-Poverty .
the Vietnamese war appear to shows Weather Bureau 30 day forecast of average
be lessening. Caribbean Gardens' 30 acre tropical garden home In a telephone conversationwith temperatures, precipitation through August.
They reported that there had manager Joel Kuperberg revealed of this wacky quacky show New York yesterday, Ku

been no sign, so far, of mass the whole story In an After several telephonecalls perberg learned from show
troop movements In Communist exclusive Interview with the and letters from Florida director, Clint Goldie, that Victory For LBJ

China or North Viet Nam. And News. Pavilion officials arrangements Arturo Is healing well and play-
they said there had been no evl. "We considered replacingour were made to return the Ing like the feathered ham that

dence that Communist sea Injured Impressarlo with six act, 15-mlnute road show he Is. Police are still search- WASHINGTON (AP') Ad. higher than had been expected
forces or planes were hunting the original 'Arturo', from the version of Duck Vaudeville to Ing for the culprit who did the ministration forces held firm In The bill commits the federal

targets. permanent half-hour show that the Fair, In mid July. Arturo stabbing The FBI has not yet the house today and presented government to a broad course
President Johnson had near.Con. never leaves Caribbean Gar- returned with the troupe, ap- been called In on the case. President Johnson with a de. of action aimed at helping IJIeyouths 1
unanimous from
support
layed victory by pssslng his and low.lncome families
cress to employ a flexible mill. ,, $ 47.5 million antl-poverty bill relief.
rrd earn! their way off
tary response If necessary to The roll rail vote was 220: to fm NIAVrp '
meet any new Communistthrust I
in Southeast Asia. 184.The AoootaArlIJ
of 0 and 88 to victory was all but won
By votes 414 to Turk Planes LIGHT
2, respectively, the House and Frltll> ) night during long, con.
Senate fun HI session In which all the ..:
Friday approved a Joint II
provisions of the bill were ap. Hit
resolution that "approves and Cypriots
supports" Johnson's determination pnved, but the opponents sue. Subnormal precipitation I U predicted for most of the country .
"to take all necessary ce.ded In blocking a final vote MCOE1A, Cyprus (AP) The East: and Midwest ran expect only light precipitation.
,
measures to repel any armed until yesterday Turkish air force planes madea .
attack against the forces of the They did It by demanding a series of rocket and machine
United States and to prevent fti'ited copy of the bill In Us gun attacks today against Greek
further aggression." fir il form be prepared before Cypriot targets between Poll

South Viet Nam, focal point of the vote It took an overnight and Xer,' in northwest Cyprus
the anti-Communist struggle In pr tine JOb to comply with the The United Nations said .
Southeast Asia remained under re zest, which is a rarely used Greek cyprlot gunboat was Ml
virtual martial law pr'vision of the House rules at Xeros and that five crewmen
Before passing the measure, were killed and 13 wounded. wUC1,
m .
the House defeated 293-117 a U.N headquarters in Mcosla / e NOMALO
proposal' by Rep Peter H. B. said another attack by three Jet uovtNOawAa
Weather Review Fr.diughuysen: R N.J., that planes was against Greek
"<,'Ud have substituted for the Cypriot military forces sur. I NOaaeAAtI
Mast Mln. Rail driinlstiation bill a three-)ear, rounding the Turkish Cypriot I ntowNoawAl
Aug. I 12 74 000 $1 billion program beefing up village of Kokklna. r.J I

Au,. 2 *: 72 existing agencies working in the In Ankara the Turkish government MUCN I
( IS ___..___, '_ '_ d___ same srea said Its air force Jets snowNc
Aug. $ 12 7$ (.'0 awkAM
Ant 4 02 SEA GATE Elementary Si Item) \I huh will open as a 'brand new addition Twenty Republicans and !59 "are cleaning up (strafing
71 000 Southern Democrats helped the all Greek Cypriot military ,,. t A e. It
.\UjI. S to to the county school svt-in on August ..1 ill l>< the first iur.
72
012Aug. win approval of
administration their
hides which are on way
6 (1 74 0 00 conditioned school built in the (counts Tin <, ''H..t scene photographedhere the bill's wide-ranging pro. "to annihilate TurklshCyprlots" Temperatures\ average above normal from Rockies loppalschlans.

.tag. u 72 Tr. will change on opening day aft hundn rll' student hemp the provisions Friday night by a near the Mansoura area of ,\ Below normal averages for South lad West.

Data aupdae b daetbbue Oareme.p driveways now occupied by two autoniobili (NEWS photo) 229-190 margin both totals northwest Cyprus. ('oast. p,

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c 0I.1In[ : c 0\ Vl'f I "I I R .... Sunday August 9. 196i 4 w

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Tips i OnBoating I. Flotilla Naples, About SE Asia Coming True


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USCGA A little later, rrom what were

apparently large ante rooms dt
+ u About The AuthorEditorial either end of the ballroom, the
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With
population projections fur This yacht basin leased out Il) 'a' pia small, dainty and colorfully gown
collier
Conty In seemingly as. I the city will return over $100,. ed (In their native dress) ladles
tl onomlraj figures 10 to IS year 000 In taxes after iinprovrmc! ., n Note: The following article was of Vietnam's offl laldom enter
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hence, It is sale to make a few It U estimated Miamlans will ,\ ,I t-eo by David Armstrong a member of the ed. Each of them carried a tray

comparisons and a few pu' lu.Uons soon vote on a plan to developa ( ompoung; room staff of the NEWS. of exotic Annamese foods whl' h
regarding pleasure bOIIIIII: $2 mIllion dollar
clty.owllI.d I they offered to their American
In the A of the United States Naval Acad-
Naples
graduate
area
1 park' mil boating complex In UK I y ih guests After this ceremonial
Fort Lauderdale acquired Bali.U Dinner Key Area. Fifteen \POJS ilea troy with the class of 1941 he was retired from gesture, the ladles Joined us and
Mar after World War D when from now! an Inland waters M. theli trays were taken by
the Coast Guard declared ; ,c. Navy in 1961 with the rank of commander ser
it sur. down out west coast may' cull I 1,1' vani. In the complex and ancient
plus Plans now, after enjoying a fart. Developments at Mar, ), i "ig the Korean conflict he served as operas etiquette of South East Asia this

further several years of fame, are for and the possibilities of otlu'i's "; officer aboard the USS Rochester with the Is lousldeied a signal honor to

Mar Marina Improvements to the tune at Bahia of $8 at Caxiunbas and beyond are puelble. r S, enih Fleet in the Pacific It was in such cai bestow upon one's guests It was
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the first such reception ever by
million The State of Florida, tho fifth i;,!City that the incident related below occurred. the newly' emergent national government ,

ranking In claiming over ilG.OOO of South Vietnam.

registered boats, may well be U D u'ID M. ARMSTRONG naniese national gocernmentmd I recalled then the social for
Title Companyof nearer the top a few years hence, city officials In lionoi of the captain malitles of Rochester's visit to

New York, Michigan, California i;: WI' 'toed' on the open balcony and officers of the I'SS Ho, Saigon a year eailter.. At that

Naples and Wisconsin show a greater a_ t snot I 1 10'010.1.on' \\ the growing dJik. cheater, a Heavy cruiser of the time the French were dominant
number, but these four registerall Ices, in Saigon the Pails of the US N.IVV lately aimed front !Korean and all toinul flllnlallllllg for UI

\US11tACTS ESCROWS power boats while Florida NIGHT I IN HONG KONG-L"ahtaarebruntuc .crlo..gltocgwheretheeoiony I Orient", The Admiral appealed| vateis. The 1'I''el'lIollI'U was done bthe French navy.
/'. Ilard Rldg.Ml begins with those of more than thin and dark in his white navalumioim. lu Itself a manifestation 1 of the Vietnamese officialseieack' .
pal erected ?.story modern a"artm.nla to house thousands of vetgyre once hound ,in hero
2.8gi9d5l 10 horsepower. Boats in Florida Ills mood was sad and lowered French position In SouthEast nowledgtfd only by) the piotoiolleqinied .
Fifth A' c., So are used 12 months of the year Sln.lIght.d squatter shackEalh buddng I k. one in fro"l dC.o""'" >dttes 1,01 people he stoke| slowly in straightforward Asia In the cues of the Met.rumese exchange:> of rue\ mil,.

while In other states their uses ------ - ---- -- ,I Erect' h so that I would I* md the lest .tlieoild. ute rills with the Ci4aln.| Iliad
w, a, act o. limited to only a few months It also first or Its kind ,indso I
sine to nuclei stand. was a met the Admit I at .I i formal din.
Aron, NeBIN, How will this population and Stock Market Monsoon Rains ''We reach have stood alone |wihasmeiitskoni| 'd""I'II"lion. | net hosted In the French navy

I 0 f la, boating growth, projected, affectus Jittery in this matter! and now It Is almost . on the occasion of that pievious
ides.I and future members of the Slow finished, II'e have lost," lie! It was held l In the ..
1 I cusp_ _ _ boating clan? It's safe to pre. Up FlightsIn said. For reasuueQoct'lkoow.. slcliMitUI Palace in Silgoii wind i. Put on tens evening the Vdmlr

'Jut a closer observation and Over SE Asian CrisisBy ol your U\l'nf't'rh"llI.|' you Anieil gained world wide lame only' al found himself mil)' one among

study of boating rules and reg. South Viet cans would not 11(111'IIS'- last year when It was attic ked mans guests al a 1..1..11111111. |> In
illations and a tighter reign on His the white and binned In the lebollioilagaln&t I ',
LOTS Most i 111'111"1111'11 sit mi"I I arm swept over honor of hi* Ameiicaii\ ounteipaits.
the law enforcement aspect from JACK: I.HJ K SAIGON hOUtlUt :Nam the Ute President fluent.
: '
think II ,it It was too vary, t tnnki II' rail, mm only dimly) seen, Diluting Thut) U was Hut I saw
I both Slate and Federal authorl. AP Business News Writ', i,1P) Communist Met
,Iholll t tlutuie I'' Congtutees : to the citand\ the river and The then Prince Minister Diem him slanctliiR austerely alone on
ant Icmt-its
ties NEW YORK ( U-) Hnsi'ssanil hair set ,i"i ..lnhclrilrU rue lie Ids be\ondtolmtudethem was the co.host tupetln-i\ wltli the and to ie.
' the lialicmy nesunied
r Members of Flotillas of the Illume woll led dlil iii' the Dcsjite' Initial..Iprc| nslon at'|, near the wte, luge: III a B77 all. ma'or1 Saigon. An honor guaidof shunt ..I"'IILlhltalll'e.CONVEltSTION| .

fRByt V,S. Coast Guard Auxiliary are week over the Southeast Asian then attitude was one 01 jet bomber that clashed i 1 III This Is noioUnclalpolitt} t \<"al Vietnamese siilois was Ib'.Il1'nuJ' new our

t concerned with the propositionthat crisis. wall and see. Sump I Viet Name aeilal (build matter of the so called, Fieiuli jt the ruUud i n'e and flanked the
Vivian Ogg II0' a week to. ''II i, win I I19Gr II CONTINUES;
The
stock market
boatmen keep their craft became jit. up| a U.S. nulitan I source said Colonial Empire It Is a concern lullnaand stalls uhlihwc'iebeik'cked
Looking around the and motors shipshape, know the tery as hostilities erupted between . mole I cars IMRI" rolln p Saturday. of all the woild." with Vietnamese flags The Admiral/ talked on In pi'v.

world, we dmeoter that In rules and regulations, and apply the United States and oft the assembly' lines\ dad talk Red I guciiillis I'P101[ tt'dh lie diankdeeph from tics I'ham. and lei, to the second flool lull* else, almobt siliuilUiy) Fiencli
them In North Viet Nam with the of the posslbllit) oj l a steel! ))11'1 I c' wait. IlltU use of the loloiful
Bermuda if sell enjoying Safe Boating. threat mined the load leading to I lie pagne glass and hesitated until he icxim. The lecelvlim line w,1 m .
you your of Red Chinese advance Increase. Idiom and thi dlplciiiiatlc' euphein.
Involvement crash scene near Blen Hoa Airport made enttiely ol Metnaniesedignltules.
was certain that I had grasped his up
car before five tears of Businessmen Automobile production! fell to Ism \l'hlt'li normally c'lui'ai tei'i/e
apprehenllvl'lypOllllered 35 miles northeast of No French olfichls
Salg. had
meaning, He spaied\ me the
ownership, you must wait what future events Its lowest level of the year withan litenitliinal) ) on\eisitlong oil
Laotians on, The source said reconnals. usually' automatic "Coml'l'pnpt.vous7' were among them and nu UiUes.
another year before pur May hold In stoic for them. estimated 11,400 passenger\ sauce flights showed. that trees After |passing down the recelvIng these! nrrasi+oea. He"'a!!, In shod,
chaiiing a new one However, the rea-tlon wasn'tas cam turned out against 620,020 Indiilclim: In |il.iln talk.
were felled! to hide< the evldcwe.It [tulle we of the Itoclieslei ail
If it Is any connotation to Patch Feud severe as at the time o( the the previous week and I 41,862 a 's a heavy trap, and we're WAITING.. teied a 1 U'antMiilh Up .
Jungle \I'.II't.II'.111,1 I ol the rust if
dog moat flea Cuban missile crisis In 1962. year ago. not going to walk .Rollred but lull\.
your are Into it. Wt The Admiral talked on slowly', mirior emPt, .
586 Hit h ., ,,
The first battle between Production In Juh fell to F'reu' n itlon In men cult) HUM'
North don t want to lose looking from room. We had all al'l iced. together
ryrlcM Affording to any more qulc kly tlmetotlme!
25r from 85r,200 last hi In that 'nlic il time, lie ,
Viet year ey empliasied
, a recent study over 52 Reports Say Nam patrol torpedo/ boats men," tie al, and i U.S. destroyer cause modal changeover wasstut.d the lac k of tin small
sent the forces the time at which the leiejitlon t
were
ex through the doois.Obviously .
I rent of citizens open .
per our stock market a week or two earlier but decisive cxta| effort with
on Tuesday Into pelted to launch air strikesagainst he was to l eeln.. Wp1'1'1' 111 oI11'o1SI'
VIENTIANE Laos (AP) was waiting for
,
have difficulty wooing the steepest decline in Negotiations between the could| have brought: vii lure to tide
Laotian two the Viet Cong In clear foi a time but slowly other guests
!Hope rose In the tense something or someoneratherim.Iwtiettly. ,
United
lerp. Also disclosed wan months Auto Workers Union and Fluid In Viet Nam. lie |Kintedout
capital today that rival rightist lug the way to the wl'e' tags This nervous glancing: among them the Almll'allllllllt'l"
I the fact that the produc. The eel .off accelerated the companies on a new labor how sin.ill was the A 11I1'I Ic an
when where two U.S pilots be. haps six other French navilol: .
military factions may patch upa are rontinually |unctuated his otherwise ,
the contract: continued without ancannouncement token assl.slam'e In what ho believed
linn of Bleeping pill In. feud which could topple the market opened Wednesdayafter lie veil dead They were i 11'1111.. Bomber mien fleers, made their wij) past tidrec'efving e
of Tht tit !II(' a irnrlil MIIIR 'Ieagainst
creased from lea. than 400 shaky power structure In Laos. bo ton. In 1948 to than In battle and the Osyka, Miss., and U. Leonard the French III Viet
more Informants say a key man Dow Jones Industrial The trade publication, I Iron I. fight Nam to ,\ and by extension in all if
4,000 Ion last year . the situation Is Gen. Siho Lam plunged 8.90 in the first average Age, said that steel Industry Kaster, 25, Holyoke, Mass repress the communist Viet Just Wasn't His Asia. Tills last wm not an ac.
phoutacoul who commands all hour Monsoon rains swept/ the area Cong. At that time, late February
More people are loiiing The sell-off leaders are delicately weighing cusatioii inn wis. it said In hit,
police In the Vientiane area. was due in part, the yesterday, stopping/ nights o 1934, the French had been\ In. Day For Driving
. possibility of '
rleep mainly over brokers said to sell a price in. planes let ness nor III' aniei. It was: a
worries. And pK>'cholo. Slho, they say, Is not willing at foreign atoi'kholders, ,orders from crease Some executives '....rl'ollt.poken Communist assigned to soften up tic volved In this dirty and fXllel NAPOLEON, Mich. (AP) st itement, ol a ta-t whl h s.ul 1,1\11,
to either faction guenlllas lit the aI I P. slue! pseuilo, .. war III Into China
present join
tell have de- Then a for the need for high I Gary Ellis, 19, says it justwasn't ed allllhsaplollIte.IIIIIII,,
gluts they steady of
U. the
recovery let In downed
BD7. for number of
and is concentrating on guard er prices while others a tears and things his day.
that were concerned
velnped worry hahili. lug the security oT Vientiane. carried the averages back over Inflationary' Ground units will attempt to were then going badly for them He was driving his bister's Midway In the IIlIIi"II's ills.

Don't let real estate prob- All that Is known for sure is to where they started the day. cures It said.Demand pres i reach the twin.jot bomber to As the Admiral apparently' fore. :1956 model car when the auto usslon he (Rdllanth knowleil

lema worry )ou. lot our that the army was put on alert Bargain hunters, entering the for steel continued look for cause of the crash and saw, the French effort was to :I frame broke. He tied It togetherwith ed. the ailIvil of ,I vomitnieu
Tuesday market after It had experienced to destroy what Is left cm lady of the US InfoimitloiSeivlie ,
considerable
qualified agent hindl all military steady with order rates snrprls of tlc collapse only three months later a rope.
drtaili. Just rail Mi 2-4749 movement was noted, and the a fairly long decline, were re. Ingly high for the plane, as well as terming the with the fall of fortress Dien Then the rear end of the car who hid joined us He
Bummer
capital was tense sponstble\ for the late buying crew's fate.Meanwhile. Bien PI u, shifted sideways and the drive III liuli'il\ her In, the onvei 'atli, ,
for from VIVIAN Production during the week
an agent wave
The may official explanationwas cording to brokers the official Nation. The 'ommallder.III.l'lllet of the shaft fell out pf its housing, but with his eves md will it ucliaimliiK
held' steady with the previous : : :: : : ; ;
a OfiG Realtor, 821 :
,
IMenso stoi ks led the r allst Chinese and I 17rc, X
made Thursday when Laos'five < < ov central, Dews ageiit French Far East fleet was at sea I tat the roped-together'' frame; held1 I tvplcull
tons the
2 hoi
Fifth Avenue South, to rrf army lind'pOll ee offi. try. .c .. .\ first weekjit arVverlnf;70,000' the output < In Taipei said Intelligence the time and mycompanlonas A neighbor In another bar, he.gan l'hl'llIrloal'I1II'"U"I1'. ,r. "I '" ,(

help you and forget can went to neutralist Premier With anxiety growing over totaled 72,443,000 tons year 4.8 j sources retort Communist Chi. the second In command was the i pulling Gary's auto. Gary'sright vial, 6tauk'molaehie.hd"Vuu' ,
percent
your worries Prince Souvanna Phouma and what Red China night do, the ahead of the 69,100,000 I na Invoked martial law over Its senior French naval officer pie-' i rear lire'! went flat. The Sivvy, MadcniolsellP'

said misunderstandings between market suffered a severe I late diced in the like period of 1963.pro. I mainland coast from Slianghalto sent In Saigon He had temior. i spare was flat, too, so the trip When the A
them were being peacefully set sinking spell Thursday The National Association of I Hainan Island. Troop rein. arlly inherited the dismal task rontinuexj i, The flat tire came the )'Ollll1.1'11\ ;incl I I trie l I tour

tied A communique said the Commodities futures prices In Purchasing Agents In a I foi"cements were retorted| of presiding over the dec'lining i off the heel. best to I' I'.IIII'( and. Just\I h tlc'

five assured Souvanna of their New York and Chicago ad. on a of Its rrhoctbased members 1 moved to coastal teas, piestlge' and Influence of the The wheel threw sparta from American imsltlun In all of this
survey
total support of the government vanred on the theory that a war said hunliwss A New China news agency French military In Viet Nam. I the highway (laid'l set five grass Perhaps we were innoimn u
was 'ydle.
MPLE The feud between the lellfrallreportl'llly would make supplies more dim. '' good' In JulFor[ 1 1IlCItnenall broadest from Peking said Chi. lie was facing an obvious social f Iaspect I r I r (I'. The Napoleon Fire ,or |xrliaps out I I'rl'lI' h was In,

$ resulted from Sou. cult to get and that buying now the first'y time sln-e 1958 ,case in that Communist city' of that decline on that I Department extinguished the I 1Ill'qulte tci the Job In tiny event,
I'UI.
vanna's decision to replace! four for future delivery would be chasing executive repotted I better staged another protest dem.oustratlon warm February night Dla/.es.1 we seemed to mike no i-olut

cabinet members. profitable. new order and production against the U.S. re. The occasion of my c''OIIVE'rSa Gary, who finally made It which the Admiral iould .u" 'ept[

.. figures In July than In June. tallatory attack on Noith VietNam flan with the admiral was the I Infflc home, said "I think we'll keep I as valid. I volunteered that the

'CEATRE SUMMER PERMANENT SPECIALS The Labor Department repot'ted lal receiAUm by the Viet. I the car and Just stare at It -' :uclvlie olfeied to Amend in lead.
Marchers beat drums and' -ershlpoii a purely military basIs
Guaranteed that
unemployment
Period Of From 110 up per cent to 4.9 per Mopped.O cent I In shouted pledges of solidarity probably ommBiick'ci active

AUGUST tth 10th I ., Including $21 Permanent Wave July This was the> first time the "moving in" a stream stretching and fon:eful .isslstance.! After ull,
for miles the broaclc,
AUGUST Mth- ISIhSUNMON.TUES jobless rate has fallen below r> ast, mon our nation was already. mobilised
$12.50 per cent In nearly. 4Vz' tears Itored In Tokyo, 11111.Cambodia's for the Korean war snit hall

WED. These permanent include Body Employment climbed to 72.4 clef of state, L large Torres. deployed/ III the fir

._._ i Hair Cut Conditioner, Shampoo, million last month -the first Prince Norodom Sihanouk
and flair !StylinjfhptflalizinK lime that It has exceeded, 72 fended North Viet N,\m in a ; supM| >rt, (Hiliiled out that the Ko

EiTHUR SVYLIYIM IlN fO in regular hair al) irs and million.The of speech Thorn| Sihanouk he nude said at I Komiong the tor. I tJI ;' ed rein and war, that had public/ only recently and ofH''lal mal
retail
surge sales
High Fashion hair st'ltI was
pedo boats which atta ked o.
U.S. sentiment In America' wan over.
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS evidenced In breports the [first half of recoidic'veniw of this 1 destroyers in the Cull III l Ton tcw L : W whclmliiRly against further mill-

year bj four of the nation's kin were' unlclentlflihk, hut the toy veiiluros. The Admiral acknowledi .
major
ell Fifth Ave, Ie Phon Ml Z74JS retail chains Americans said then belonged. :e<\ this last to be true
> __ "._ to the republic ol Noah Met and said softly and wearily, "Too
Nim.'' lie said aitloi III the'! .t bad, ton had. "

.FRI gulf wax "a sec Inns l I iielnle, toa
veiltable war 1'1'1\' kid I In" the TIME TO GO

THE United, Stites At this |olnt the Admiral was

In Manila, Pluiin ,' Plesl. 1 Joined by his ltid whu Indicated

t LONG den t DllIsIa I k1.I'! ,II that It was time fur him to go.
SHIPS pledged suppoi' t. The Admiral's exi" mslon and

manner hanged apruptly( tie
[, With Richard Wldmark HARRY W. CLOUSERrepraienhng : straightened himself smiled and

SATURDAYl fine Carpets and Rugs the said a ''ourl8flUIItOlJ'Jhye. It was

obvious that he had. been Wall hing

men macutuntrrtnrnussatlrnni"EHAIDERS ) ( and waiting for (llsfirstposaible
bye. t'tropolitaaniiiI'l socially lorrect time for leave

MW ,0>lt. N t taking.

l g1i! mil, gladly: recommend a He left the balcony and walked

AFJtT 'f program to fit your per t wx rapidly toward the stairway. AS
y dp he reached the center of the
o ion.il 1 Life '
msutani.ccttls
brightly lighted ballroom he stop,
1'Fr.A1L . Ceeee . e e -eee, . e.C C I cc ', Call or IIInlC ., pet suddenly, motioned his aide

THEATRE Midway 2-3096 to slay and cams striding bat k.

\If : James Lee's Wunda Weve: P. O. Box 995 REFRESHING I PAWS-Ab9erreecdsatefthe. On the darkened balcony became

AUGUST I5tl county too In Milwaukee, forgot fabled fat".* rtlvcUnci to very loss to us and looked for
AUGUST 'th THRU e Callaway Cabin Crafts e Naples, Fli. pct wet and plaihtd in a pool to but the 90 degree ht, a moment Intently at the lights

SUN-MON : Karastan ie i Of the City.: Ha snoka- huskllv
with an obvious effort to soften

Q MILL MOOD) QfIBIE UIlI (power loomed in USA) e his voice and the fierce sin.
cerety of his words. I han thought
a "LOVE WITH THE' ; Philadelphia : of these words spoken in Febru.

PROPER STRANGER" LOOK-EE HERE ary 1954, often as our American
.; ,_ ..,.. . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Involvement In South East Asia
has deepened. In the present
PLUS JICONO MATUM
crisis they seem more dIrely

'\S5rn witistronifs Tile and Linoleum prophetic remember than them exactly ever before. I

eIrrro, I MOORINGS LOT coulu.mol (Listen tome)' ,
; he said, "Ten years from today

= 22' above sea level highest elevation in town Approximately you Americans will be doing what
we are trying to do
now and at a
For the month of August' we will be closed from Vi acre In size, Substantially reduced for a quick sale. far greater cost."

FRI- -SA- T 1 :00 PM. on Saturday, afttrnooni.e .

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Sunday, August ,MM COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
Making Left -:.: ;.It '. ..
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Turn Hit In Rear :
When take dau'I
Michael Moffaof Miami P.,. ?
attempted to make a left turn >L fir iwt
on 12th Street South and Fifth
Avenue South at 8:300'clock
last night hU car was struckIn
the rear by one driven by When You Shop Regularly At
Cheryl Ann Tomltnson. 882 Seventh -
Avenue, South belonging
to Jerry Holt.Damage "
was estimated at SUNSHINE SUPREX '
,
$100 to the Moffa car and at jy'T, <\
$200 to the Holt car. No one :f "
was Injured In the crash and no \t .'
I '
J
arrests were made. Officer
\ :
C.E.Jones made the Investigation / : 1
for the Naples Police De-
partment. __ 11 .

Damage was estimated at WILSON "BILL" TIPP1NS eight) and Ins son John (left) of Gulf /'I ,"
$100 to a car belonging to B.M. Coast Motors, Rambler alciship< in K'I' pl ", met m Jacks Sentell Thursday night when It with top executives of tho Aml'l'lt',1I1Iot: ,n\,," C irporation at the u m-> 4. "
was struck by a vehicle driven pany's annual denier confpirnre: Thcv arc show n line \1 ith Ann i K.UI\ ., r: kI
by Beach.Arthur Both Noble of Pompano Motors chairman, Richard E Cross (1'r'ntl'r( ), Tippins said that on YOU'RE DOING ,,I \\

ceeding In a southerly cars were direc-pro records the basis for of this a booming fall and automobile the market he anticipates now sales c<< \

tion Fifth on Avenue Ninth Street South,South accordingto near commit year I K YOUR FAMILY and /C fr'" \ .


the police lane driven of reports traffic by Noble when InwhlchSentell got the Into vehicle -- Viet To Be Campaign Issue BUDGET a FAVOR"I


was traveling. Damageto \ BUYING at these 1 fir !
the Noble vehicle was estimated -
. h> .
at $25. No arrests were If LBJ Backs DownBarryWASHINGTON
made. Officer Gary Young
made the Investigation. \
(AP) Sen. laun h his t ampalgn formal) The ,'liatrmen of stale COP
e wHOLLAND Barry Goldwater has told Re. with a spee ii at Pres< i>tt, Ariz., Committees are being summoned I I I I
publican congressional dates that foreign polio* -and The vice presidential noml. (eren 'e with GoUluater next
Viet Nam will be the major nee, Rep. William E. Miller Satin daf!.
campaign Issue if President kicks off Ms campaign the next Burch said Gold atr will
Johnson barks off from his day In his upstate New York meet with business and Industrial
Southeast Asia stand. congressional dlstrliU leaders in New York Aug. 24.
Newsmen were barred from Burch said Goldwater's na. In Albany, N.Y., a spokesman Y.MNMMM---
Friday night's meeting In a ho. tlonal campaign will follow the for Gov. Nelson A, Rockefeller .
tel banquet room, but reporters format of his successful primary said! HookefefePer has no 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25
outside the door heard the campaign In California plans to campaign personally *.d..m this cau,... tor IS EXTRA STAMPS SWIFJ'S
GOP's presidential nominee say "big meetings big television for the Goldwater-Mlller ticket
.. .
In tfdltl n t thM s rtguUrly rntd, when yy buy
of Johnsont"If and pretty big Issues. Goldwater pledged to jo BROOKFIELDBUTTER
he doesn't continue what After Goldwater's campaign along with the party's farm MINUTE RICE '14 OZ PKG 42c
he has started to do, then I can opening In Arizona Burch said, plank In campaigning In the
assure him that not only Viet the senator may follow up witha prairie states Limit I per timlly. Offer
SALLEYINC. Nam but all of his foreign driveIs foray Into California. expire Au| U. |K4 j
going to be the major Issue of "l you don't carry California
said have to 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25
the campal n. Burch "you
.9"le.lo. Goldwater noted that some of carry three states you hadn't Rocky To Try .
his political toes have accused planned on." ---
850 5th AVE S him of being 'trigger happy" Other big states w her e"you've To
NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture But the Arizona conservative, got to go regardless of Swing BarryTo 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50
according to a Republican who what the polls sa," are Illinois,
heard the speech, said a decl- Indiana Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin Moderation Redeem this ceupen tar M EXTRA STAMPS,
slon to order naval air strikes and Pennsylvania, Burch said In ...ltl... I* ,,,... reiulerly' cursed, when yen key
against North Viet Nam's PT In other developmental ALBANY N.Y. (AP) Cov. I
boat fleet would neutralize that Sen. Hugh Scott of Pennsyl. Nelson A. Rockefeller Is goingto GIANT TIDE 79e
Rugs, charge vanIa, who ran Gov. William W. make another attempt to
Gifts Accessoriesand "The Republican party has Scranton's unsuccessful drive steer Republican presidential Limit I per ,.",11,. Offer -i---
,
not led this country Into a war for the party's presidential nominee Barry Goldwater to. *.plrei Aui 12 ION
Objets d'art this century. We are the party nomination announced he ward a more "moderate" policy
of peace," the senator was would support Goldwater. line, sources close to Rorkefel. i
not to be foundelsewhere. heard to say.Republican'. Retired U. Gen. James H. ler say 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50
have always preserved Doollttle and Clare Booth Lure, The governor Is withholdingany
the trace, he said, be. a former congresswoman and commitment to e cause they understand the use ambassador to Italy were personally for the Goldwater. 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 LIMIT: 1 WITH I
of power named to head a national citizens Miller ticket, either within or Redeem IMe ceu..... far II KXTNA STAMPS $3 PURCHASE
able to hear for Goldwater.Miller com. outside New York State.
were
Newsmen
,
In iddltlen le theee reiulerly cursed when yen buy
Visit our furnished moAtl only part of Goldwater's remarks m ittee. Rockefeller's public position,
apartments at Gulf Towers before the house detec- a spokesman said Friday, Is KOZY KITTEN CAT FOOD 3 cans 29c
Carriage Club and La tlve ordered them away. that he Is standing by Ms oft.re. GOLDEN
Tour RlTigt. Earlier In the day GOP Na. : peated pledge to support the Limit I per ,.",11,. Offer PRUNE JUICE HARVEST ?9C
tlonal Chairman Dean Burch itd party's national ticket. ..p'''. Au| II, IIM T.
,
were The word "support" cannot
disclosed that pollsters ,
MEMBER OF being used to sample public sentiment however, be translated Into 25 EXTRA STAMPS 25 HAWAIIAN PUNCH 346o1.89cHAMBURGER :
AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF to help hart Goldwa. campaign shaking appearances
ter's campaign. p In behalf of Coldwater, said ,
Goldwater said he Intends to Rockefeller's press secretary
INTERIOR DESIGNERS Robert 1.. Me Manu.. He said 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50
Rockefeller had no such pUns
at this time. Redeem this, ceupen tar M EXTRA STAMPS, Special '
OP) Cf Sources close to the governor .. .. .. !
In .111. I. .h. reiulerly "n.', when yeu buy
: 'r said Rockefeller would await PKG. of 8 MISS FRESH
/ v : : the outcome of next Wednes. Betty Crocker Noodles Italiano Romanoff FREE I
Summer
Vv day's COP "unity conference"at
', e HAMBURGER BUNS
r-- Hershey, Pa., before deciding Mac Cheddar Almondme 2 pkgs. 89c
what role to take In the presl. ..pi,.. Aui, II MM .
; Permanent dentlal campaign. WITH EACH PURCHASE OF . .

The sources said Rockefellerwas 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50NNw1
4ow. IjJ Special tir withholding a statement on -- 8 HAMBURGER 9 q
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A his personal plans In order to -
p use It as a bargaining device at
I r _-f Hershey Ills object will be to 50 EXTRA STAMPS 50 PATTIES . a . .
: $10.00 & $12.50 GD persuade Coldwater to lake a

more moderate approach durlnR Redeem 'h''. ceupen fer M EXTRA STAMPS, LARGE SWEET, CALIF.
iv* n the campaign It was said. ,in cddnien .. ,"... ra ." y..rse 5. .5,., yea buy
Goldwater Invited Republican
Complete with heir cut, shampoo A set (Q., {overnors and gubernatorial PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER 28 01. 99c
For Appointment Call ip tof :amtldates to the meeting to CANTALOUPESt
promote party unity behind his Limit I per femlly Offer
candidacy. r

PART.NtRS: The cowboysgrow rap''"" Au" U. 1164 4 for $1 1 .fII6l

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NY and the horses grow -------------------
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Tuesday night, Rutenberg
CIII MI 2-6672 The Naples Sho pin Plaza shot taken at the local
was Homes entertained Ita sales and Redeem Ihlt ...,... far tl EXTRA STAMPS,
fire department's horse8110R' construction office members and
In eddltlen te these reiulerly eirned, when yea buy
\ J \ ) their wives at a steak try at
Seagate. LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 cans 45c
Special guest of honor was
Lee R. Duxstad, newly appoint Limit I ,., femlly, Offerenpiret
ed general manager for the Na. Au| II ItM ,
pies branch of Rutenberg Homes.Drive I
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BY RALPH W. LOFW, D.D.Newspaper

SUNDAY AUGUST 9, 1964 Associati
Enterprise > '
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I Let's Hurry-But Not Too Fast Among the humble and


yet essential household (items .

Anyone expecting a perfect solutionto may not work out as well as e.pICIiIf. is that necMMry Item of r;b ;fl--r, \.,t .
sticky .\:1: I
the local parking problem to emerge Such a short time limit may prove to bea if"'f glue substance Once it a smelly has become \::>"'..i' : I' '
>
f from current deliberations will surely be tremendous inconvenience and do mora glamorized and attrlctl\rly .) \tf' \ ( ,

disappointed There is no perfect solution harm than good. Merchants tell us tht : : :. packaged It s still glue Necessary \ \

Or at least nobody seems to have very few shoppers can transact their business /:\: ; ing, it for ia required repairs and in mend every '

found it yet in such a short length of time <.. : household what is also important 1

But it should be possible, now that Perhaps a meeting of the parking ." is that the right substance .

real interest In the problem has been generated committee and a representative group \ agent Is used as the cohesive _.......... ,

and offii from the merchants '.. ..
among merchants city association would Mute out of the householdInto .......

als, to arrive at a solution that will be prevent a number of small but irritating ; '' the larger arras of life -
\ only change t tn\! I!I"i ,
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fair to a majority of business firms as mistakes. : ; .. and see how' the wrong glue So do familus
Is used
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well as look out for the best interestsof Since almost everyone seems to be Vet in tin Itlllht' t ,,,'
Critics insist that there are
the motoring public in agreement that something should be !: churches which are held together situations. I tluu .11t,

It is obvious that the special committee done about the downtown parking situ \ : by social custom or refuse persons to who be slutu st.llid I .I II

appointed by City Council to look ation and soon there should be little ethnic! factors. They are said art n<'I iiJiborlx <,>l, i I'' I

into the matter and make recommendations difficulty in finding a solution that will : : ( to clubs have instead become of exclusive inclusive out of the stoin 1111'i
;t, : Then are fannlK'' i I'' ,
has spent much time studying the be equitable and fair to a majority of ; fellowships\ If there are withstood stnuns 'I Ii i ,

many facets of the problem The ma. downtown business establishments, as / IfThe If\ churches that are held lo- caused others t 10< tt",, ,

,oriry of steps suggested by the committee well as to the motoring public, whose { clal gether advantage by people political desiring pres.so St. Paul told titans ', that love could
:
seem both feasible and practical. welfare and convenience should be of ) tige or economic preferment anything hove k'

However some committee recommendations prime importance then the wrong glue is being limit to its endui .m< ' \

like the 30 minute time Let's hurry with the parking problem _. used to its trust no I 1.1\1111
On almost national
g every hope:: it can (ollll.I'!
for solution but fast
limit on parking meters instance not too occasion there are speakerswho "
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thing That's nut i iclal "?
seem to equate democracy for a religious U/ '

. Socialism On A Grand Scale with religious convlc description of a port I I
lions. Obviously the presence is quite different I binteracting ", '
of a great faith is to
going
uniting i 1'1'l'hangl's \
equipment plastic-laminating and so on, feed the ideals of a nation and rrde,t tdoesnt \
Everybody knows that the federal Uncle Sam The of human "
even operates movies theatres very necessities just glut ton !n II''


government Is big business Not so well and ice cream plants, dignity and responsible man and a woman ll i ,

known Is the incredible extent to which Taxpaying private the freedom require the essentialof them into the tonmior
enterprise a religious conviction. Hut scending and ,lld
the government has entered business as kind of enterprise we are supposed to be Best of BoyleBY .peOJI the use of religion as a kind lationship of respon hut>.llId i

owner and operator, encouraging pays for this, So do the hi' .the! of glue to hold the nation together wife. It doesn't IUM l ;t"
Uncle Sam :" Is the wrong use of religious gether races, it lirui,' '
runs nearly 19,000 commercial the general taxpayers for in addition to HAL BOYLENEW faith )

; and industrial businesses that are being tax-free, government businesses I .n'QWs, There are enough tensions into ilyhood.an Undl'rslandlll i ,

in direct competition with private concerns and strains in life to We're held ,
commonly operate at a loss YORK (AP) Things a ton were portrayed on one side today tout!: !
The list has an almost bewilder. Uncle Sam's sole business is columnist might never know If of the 1928 sesquicentennial ALLENTOWN, Pa. AP) test any cohesive We know many cohesive rt'I.rh I i I'
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supposed A twin engine ane ir men and women who havIng Ihose : ,
are '
halt.dollar persons curi
he didn't
his mall! now a collector's
open
ing variety coffee-roasting plants, rum to be not Guv. William W. Sc,antoi J.
governing competingwith Matches start more fires, kill Item. Only 14,120 of the coins a breakdown Nations tens Hut vuthst'>l! I t
distilleries printing and power plants Pennsylvania t;, 1ert will 3 find old and trusted have ,
proced d
private industry. The sooner he more people cause more prop. were minted. slons ( > p In i"
the manufacture of medical and dental finds it out the better erty damage than volcanoes. Helpful hints for the old.fash engine shut down be ause I'i) II ll 1 ures shattered The familiar sources which hoi 1

Mother earth lives In eternal loned housewlfet Apples stored troubles Friday ilplit.The .( . maps are suddenly torn steady: II's imp'>ri! tut
-- ------ ee..e..e.e.e. . in the Allentown Easton Bethlehem apart. Neighborhoods not use the right kind
I - restlessness. She Is like a fat basement with potatoeswill : ""IA
Pa. airport was put ,1111 i ..Ialel't
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suns charged with crimes but lady with a tight girdle Every keep the potatoes from :
I InHISTORY and fin equipment Will
without money to defend them. Today day there is an average of 85 sprouting. '
dispatched to stand by.
TODAY IN selves. earthquakes, most of them Worth remembering! "Dento. Charles Dwight of :: :
harmless.We pedalogy," said Philip Duke of Harrisburg,,
Under the plan indigent defen. Pa. said Scranton did not ui; ,
dants would be represented by seek to land on the moon Edinburgh, "Is the science of -
pear too concerned with the
WASHINGTONWASHINGTON private attorneys': counsel fur. Sees e.e.e..e before we have freed our own opening your mouth and putting landing. He talk precautionary By SYD KRONISH

nlshed by legal aid societies or Today Is Sunday Aug. 0, the globe from the tyranny of Igno. your foot In it. I've been prac. Ing politics with Republic was ;I, llll) l.S. :S-CIM I Shlkespean. c..'."11\11'1.\ '' "u
222nd day of 19G4. There are 144 ranee and the fringe benefits of tlclng it for years.' "
other local defender ,
organlza.tlons State Chairman Craig Truax,,, will have uppropriiili litsi\ duv ,1.i ''i 111" s ",. I Ii, I
/ (AP) The days left In the year. science. For example, despitethe Quickies Americans will
Atomic Ene r g v Commission The bill would apply only to Todiy'i highlight in history local popularity of the electrie sneeze Into an estimated 100 bll. Dwight The said. .\u.: I 14 at StrutlutU. ( \inn . home ol I! the \

plans to set oft a small nuclear federal cases. Money to pay On this date in 1842, an acute light bulb, most of the lion facial tissues during the Philadelphia plane was to en route from I 1 !Shnkuvpeare I esiivul{ 1lu .. Ur and ,\ ".1"111\i
blast deep In salt mine border dispute between the world's current hay fever Half Scranton Pa,,
a near Unit. is
and population lllumlnat season. [ lilt tliltetlintlde"
lawyers, Investigators anyothf'r The governor completed the stilt Ih ,' anullu!, l IIIfll"I"I "t
llattiesburg, Miss., Sept. 22, the needed assistance ed States and Canada was set. ed by the candle and the fire the money that husbands spendto
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expert rid .
trip in a state "" -fanwj 'Hard .ifv.m UIIUunn \"
first of three In "project drib. would be drawn from the tied short of war by the Web. place.On woo their wives with flowers police car. "tuid. hnviu-r, the dim ulsis .w\tf, .,,..sae.IlFII1Ijv. .
ble" for developing techniquesto ster.Asliburton treaty. It per. the other hand, our choiceof Is expended on roses. In Den.
the courts.
Treasury by I Uih
SALT LAKE CITY AP) i the iinniUTHurv 0'I \l l lI \ )
detect underground nuclear WASHINGTON AP More manently defined the Canada. change at home Is Increased mark, which has one of the ( -
( ) David 0. Me Kay 00 world I hut.
: United States border. world's highest rates -+++ttr4 t rfl 1
explocions than 280 cases of meningitis far west year by year. The best super' literary head of the Mormon 'JtN ""'ttlll1\'Ht'1' & J1 dt
The nuclear device, designedto with of as the Rocky Mountains. markets now carry at least 6,000 one out of 10 children is born out Church, Is 'Ii,
over a score deaths reported improving at Latter.,, shape uiiif Wwii In ml >rturiM 1.1
yield an explosive force of On this dateIn Items. of wedlock.
have occurred at bases ,
military Day Saints Hospital,Salt Lake> u thrtr-quuMiT I IShiikiMvurt
five kllltons, will be set off 2,700 this Defense 1780 the author of "The One of the biggest but least It was Gen. David Monroe purtrmi
year Department City where he Is ornali mil ,
in cod
being treated |
feet down in the mine, 28 miles records show. Star.Spangled Banner," Francis known causes of private melan. Shoup, on retiring last year as
for touhti|
an ailment < Mu titling hodnre
southeast of Hattlei burg. The largest number of cases S<'ott Key, was born at Terra choly Is that people wear shoes commandant of the U.S. Marine described as.a theprvt r
fever. .,
"' III ilu 1 I'Iutth'lti.theam.
WASHINGTON (AP) Con. and deaths were at Army posts Rubra, Md. too tight for their feet. You Corps, who observed, "We fight lli !lund hulL! ".. ,
tress has cent to the White From Jan. 1 through July 24 In 1897, an overland mall can't feel free In the head If any enemy the president dnslg.nates. right
House bill route to We don't STANFORD Calif (AP) quill pen.<< ht'Mik' H ties the i \'I I h
a to assure attorney there were 210 cases with It began operate between your tootsies hurt. Walking with just keep talk. Lucl
and Investigative help to per deathsBarry's San Antonio, Tex. and San DI. the Army Infantry taught me lug communism communism.You Johnson, the President's brded skull of Yorlik. III 1 1 1i ;
Calif that build hate daughter, will attend a benefit ?.1 lunins KuppuMiny tin niiiyitun "',
ego, most of my life I had been might up against
''' '.'...: ''. wearing a shoe halt a size! tnn. one enemy and find yourself concert at Stanford (Cilif.) Unl. ore 1I"'L'U'Ulfd11th il ,
':.J. :'" ;I" j_ This reminds me of the concert Is to raise I inscription "SI"'nkispi.iMM t th

Joke about why the fellow wore new QUICK QUIZ funds for the handicapped and J -I%4" appiars helms, H"

Imprint on GOPIs pointed shoes. "They are a retarded <'hlldren.TEHRAN hand the l stump' iksigmtI ., "i. L4i'
great help In I 11"111.l (rslnu',' .il I \,." > nl,I
out
stamping
( e roaches in cock. Q-Who/ were the Nephilim! ;/ Iran (AP) Iran's ('It, ,

Making Odd Patterns planned learnedly.It corners. he ex. mentioned in the Bible/ Prime Minister Hassanall Mm ( lint I"r' ,ksir ,,ni.. I 111".1.I 'il'ls! .I t tlit

A-In some translations sour is recovering from minor .. .
also reminds me of an old ?'itr.uteremutdcdayannr i i" ','ndh"11 i :. + i iJ
ItY BRUCE DIOSSAT Joke I believe It belongs to the Nephilim are called injuries suffered inin automo 1"4"1- I" the I'.l'.I. , ,?
-
1 y giants The Nephilmi were regarded bile collision neat Noushahr !oo1r..II""J. ( ,
-, Washington Correspondent George Ade about the shrewd Iran. Iii oIIli. pli'''n' I I" tape t
advantage of as part human and i4.
Newspaper Enterprise: Assn. wearing white .
part divine. -- - - - - ..
shoes "They don't show fiost." ------------- - Ao
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Our quotable notables: "We
WASHINGTON (NEA) -The Goldwater Imprint upon 9 ra women don't rare too much Q.-llow accurate are the .StOri4-.il

the Republican party at the national level already has produced about getting our pictures on day to-day weather bureau COLLIER COUNTY

some curious configurations. money a* long is we tan get forecasts
By KURT GRIESSHABER
our hands it" A-The statistical analysis( ee AND SOUTHWEST FLORID I
Sen Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy got a tremendous on Ivv Baker
lift from the South but his managers have abolishedthe Priest, former U.S. treasurer made by the bureau itself as -

Republican National Committee's southern division and The first living U.s. presidentto well as numerous informal 'df THE- 00' : :: ;;: : -

assigned its head I, Lee Potter of Virginia to campaign scheduling have his likeness on an groups reveals a national average HOLY THE SETTLEMENT :
work American coin was Calvin Cool. accuracy of close to 85 I FLORin

One committee staff man now on the way out comments: idge. Me and George Washing per centSOLUTION a. '

"The whole committee has become the southern division" The Matterhorn one of _'a .S;: ); dor or Itcorm! a slave. ',
Obviously John Grenier of Alabama, new executive director the most difficult of the Alpine ,. :/::1'k"' ::; terminated,

of the committee is being depended upon for knowledgeable mountains to climb I djt .t It was In this atmo'I,1| i 1',

judgments about Barry s southern prospects. rises 14,608/ feet into the air, '" ,. the Florida Indians found i I
I A L I 8 SALINL
It is on the frontier between trJ. ,a I i :, I. < selves lat>I'JecJ as "'infi 1,"1 '
ODD IT IS that Potter should come off no better than this, Switzerland and Italy. It , ; SORER UR""U 3 '-. : --- """'" faced wlti, slavery and e."i iatlon I

since he was always considered a pro-Gold water man on a was first conquered In 1863 STILE MARINE ii .

national committee staff which had fewer of them than was by E Whympers party, ACROSS . 0 N E. RUM. The arcliivns tell I I''

often rumored three members of which perished I hUIII "I II 31 Closed: out"B R .5 I ILi bravt Calisa headman I'. I.
EW I N G I G j
Another alleged pre.San Francisco Goldwater supporterwas with the guide by a building 3 2 l'unul. ry the o same cl "ire as pleat" ,
William Warner, former executive director of the committee slip while descending the i. Jin In :Xrw 11\ pxrbuleIlantpohte REP CARE C 0 to the I inca after he paid! i Itom

But he has gained reward not from the senator but steep Italian side .IJ bu, A N I 5 TAN. A. R toIl namely garrote, ,

from the GOP vice presidential nominee, Rep, William Miller IMrn.h n Fdge D 0 DO. E. N 5 I L E. D "" Christian
of New York. the former national chairman. . . . . . protect? ji llskul I .. ELI: I. D U ry .. ;: and he from hell'
It (Is no surprise, of course, that a triumphant Roldwatrr ::1. Frrna}' 1 Rcuda: fined (tll, a burning plar, ,,'
should be Installing his own people In top committee echelon COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ceim y,1 f A M I N E. RAG G E. D ture The brave India! i 1"1"

*. This Is the law of political life MICHAEL CHANCE Edit.-PublloharTHOMAS i 1:0: catkin H .lnasrtbl, 0 G I V E S. 'i0 D E Li :, 1'' his t ,i mentors wonld I J

Vet some of his major choices are not only new to national HAYER Ai.oei.l. Editor. III Gulf mound HI tour, R E C t. 5 S. D (E T E li mined to this plane II '
political management but reputed to be less than MARSHALL WYATT Adv. M.n.g..- 17 Emperor H Ir till LClabbePtWt i&i '"'. lasting names. When as I''

totally enchanted with the grubby business of negotiating ALBERT OPOLKA, Mech. Supt, bplSuuat' Of YISTMOAY PUZZIE the Spaniards that the!, .
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III to .
DAVID HERMANSON Clre Director mater 'ai nut this ,
steadily with politicians arross the country. place the IIj 11! I
MRS, LOUISE DAUB, Offict Mgr. ::10 rUr.hol.rl H Cap 2 .h ,I' tom! S! Having ( 1m 'tJ'el that he would ,
tic '
Because of this, reports persist that Robert Carter, the :n Iuufl \1.IIIII.Iln "lnd"oIrd{ 1ttiu i '
Colorado airline official who served the GOP convention as Published duly' .xc>pt Monday tao IXonlU.OII place, l hecause 01 the al
end Saturday, In th. .(t.rnoon by : frOIlft j Cover with 6. Foe VJ '1)1 1 i iii" ,
\ tormentors
and -
sergeant at arms, may hook onto Goldwater traveling campaign the Collis' County Publ Co 27. R.ullm.llr DOWN:; wax 7 Chalice: : \\ Austrian by blood descent:Char. himself rt
staff liaison Carter has Inc cwt Tw irth Avinu. South. Nt: / to this fate
as key political man. worked ? I 1
., 29. Ha Speed L hatchet 8 Baronet { lea hid been brought in
.
with Leonard Hall, prototype of the party professional pi.Boa 17J7.Pta 131140. Mall' .dd"n P. O. weft << a { Netherlands, surrounded up by the a "W Because exercise the love oonqulstad or toKitiwanl n.r

T".phon Midway 22107 tor ell 9! Kind of Flemish court and
: d.p.'tm.nlt. 1 1 J 4 f. / r e 1 "d //I even spoke any of the natlvi "
EMDENCE that
TIIFUE: IS SOME: : Goldwater Intimates,
Flemish at home.
. / harometer
I'r 0' .
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having chosen Dean Burch as national chairman, urged a CHARLES v\\ 1.jL 1 I t-ro Imposition sr. .* '
Subscription Rlttlrnir IT .J 10. Daughter At this period of time the 1 I. ", t II ,. va.lers
secondary role upon F. Clifton White pre nomination co, By ei or mall payabl In // of Jupiler member nations of the Holy ROom The
director of Goldwater field operations. White is rated one ol f .dv.ne.. ;r- ,S \\1. tithed an Empire were Florida Calusas t
continually
On. Year US. Six Months |?.JO, torah anti claw and held "I u'
the most seasoned political figures in the senators camp Th,.. Month. $J.75. / III Forachi fighting amongst each other even t tt e ,nr, ,
ThaI seasoning could have been most useful in the top na<, M.mb.r of Th. Auoolatad ....... 11 ig" /' 20 Legal pro'aslon ) though brothers In faith France 1111 tl/,* to i luct the on ol an Hill i ,.
tion.il committee strata which' it antitltd ancluaivaly lo the ( 3at this time seems to have early sevai
u.. for been Ct+alnl' .
r.publication el all
local
7
II such an offer were actually made it may not have ap.puled ., nsw. items panted In Ins paper at / l II 0 II lJ 21. Remaining the holdout and w. find the It a. Illtl ,
to White who earlier had been marked in for the wall .. all AP n.... tpatchat, 21 Denary Han states split in allegiance to sated the.. coming of queer I, .
Gold Entarad ai second clue mattar al If IS lb 11 I' Consumed To begin with, the Holy R o., England's thrll',
n"llllIIal, chairmanship He Is now being!: taped to run tha Post Offica at Naplat Florida, Vij H Spain and Portugal! The Spanish SIIJ'J"b i i now found them ,ei:
man Empire neither
i\ "i\1" i extracurricular campaign to lure under Act of March I. 1191. II J4 H Turnpike was holy armies equally' pursued their la".j u
others who wishti ::0 JI nor Roman. It was a conglo., alt! the English, jt
tin 'tois Liwvcrs independents and may not Th. NEWS assumes no raipoi nUlpl6III neighbors with the same warlike 0'1'11 .
.d i, ntilv,, too closely with the GOI as such I'bilty I, tor, the raturn el untolicitimanutcr 11 JJ 7/ ln.urgmt mention of European countries vigor as they used against the dp. eI t "' ver, Charles V,
liu (ommittee, III, of course, have the professional assist Tha NEWS ptt or atwjmtt photograph no < ;..nClal! 0 / I ; : 18 C.ondu\lt'd united under e common Emperoras Moors and Turks. AS In the case II l n." Incurabledes: <, i

,111 r "I i Hall and Ray \Bliss, Ohio national tomnutteeman .pon'.bIIt, , for. typo, .dvcrt phayl, 1 .or... 7. Jl J7 J" JI "I 10 :Nsmr; political ruler and under the of Joan of Arc, very often heroes I . ,1 .1111'Ithdrllw, \ I I Ii f .
rort or .reuu.ns m o / ; H Gal dust h pontiff as religious ruler. int Me died L
still Bibs will be heavily preoccupied with Ohio problem, mints. but II not,td! of such r. of one nation would end up brtm! "I' .
,\nd there hate always been some skeptics who have question ror* btor the n.xt 'lt>u' ol the 4/ 41 of' 4f J6 llllul1l1d At the time of Ponce de Leon accused of heresy and bumo It i 'Je pulled Iii
p pr will correctly th at 0 )8 and the Spanish Conquistadores "I I U.
*'d the weight: of Halls contributions lo past campaign! port of tho advert'umonl In ..h'ell' Capable the stake At this time, the life I' ,
tinged then with some amateurism, Ih* error occurred In the went a fS of' S9. flu Charles V was the Emperor over of the Spanish soldier wastss, .'tic I the reign of iII !
dwaters I 0 i.tlall .
managers I imnt would rndi Ih. ,.J i .
*
'm In4r this coalition. Most people do not nemoMinf;
the months ahead find themselves looking often to an correct,on vilutlot Th. NEW! ) that of a crusader. HeYOlJ. .
will, raduc the price of the id' .'- 4. piece realize that lie was also Charles ed to exterminate 'he war
Into their the
have drawn circle 0 Infidels. .. .
tided professional they .DO '. .. .
tll.m.nt by n amount qu l to 41 !launder the first of Spain and directly By direct orders > n. accountI
a politician politician"rk- th. preentnt. er the total space conquered pens ; '
(I'ranIbert B Hermann, '
nod
12: r
as the irronsout or emittd cop I/a' rims 21 em as n..d. .n mad alt decisions regarding the pie were given a choice either tdrJl try agal"
.'1 Dean Burch side rore' .tt,' 14..Am", settlement of Florida. Though or 1,1, ,i ,ras
'. Joining the faith of the conqui t ..

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JFK Dies Baby Food



At Age Of 98 \i.lk\ ': \\,



BOSTON (AP) Mis John
F. Fltieeiald, CMiit of 1 J .. m. JAR
the late President John F. Ken. ..) 7ci'SAVE
nedy, died yesterday at the age of LWt Twelve!
9R.She Ywr Choice :
died at the home' "I t hei ;
son, Thomas, withI she i, SAVE 3< A Jet

made her home in recent< u u s.
Mrs. Fitzgeraldxei, wen 0 I O rt.
told of the assasslnati\,,i u Ol Her ,.
FkCELLEIJ :1..1'. "' -
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President grandson, .
but
her son ,
Thomas said, "I had a nun' i, .,\. r
she knew but we )6c LIMIT TWO YOUR CHOICE WITH ORDER
talked about It.'. never : PRICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST\ Ian THRU Uth --

The end rame at 8:10: a.m, At CRISCO or ASTOR
the bedside were her son and STORE HOURS 0181 19C
his wife, two nurses 24 01. Bottle
a parish OPEN 'TIL 6 30 MON TO THURS
priest who gave her
the last OPEN 'TIL 9.00 ,It I.
m
rites of the Roman Catholic p SAVE 10 THRIFTY MAID A"UJuice
Church. OPEN 'TIL 700: P In. SAT
She had been In her usual 32 01.

health, suffering only the In. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDmm t 1ge
nrmltles
of ale, until Friday aa U
when she suffered a setback
The widow of onetime Bos. A
a
*$ SAVE J, ASSORTED COLORS SCOTTTissue
ton mayor, she watched the In. w y tPabLa11ii44 a
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auguratton and other major
events In the career of Presl. JUST VA\'UREUIIArtist: Josy Prayer captivated by Reg. RoM lOc
dent Kennedy on television.On the landscape of the South of France Just leans back and DIXIE DARLINGBUTTERMILK limit
election day In 1960 she reflects. In so doing she's creating a charming subject for Cr1sco Four
was recovering from Illness but other artists
followed the results on TV. She SAVE l' lor pUn limit 2 with order KELLOGGSCORN

said then of the newly.eleded casts of the Demo<'rash on. PULLING ROAD
Presidents "I did alii could for ventlon. Asked ono, II she was
him with prayerl) he'll be a won. excited about being (randmoth.er LINK UNDER WAY BBEIiDtz Flakes Z lor 25eSAVE
derful president because he Is a of a president she said: J.W Allen Construction Co. of
wonderful man." "I've had many excitementsbut Lakeland Is beginning work on the
President Kennedy visited his this does excite me I thinkit Pulling Road project of 4.1 miles, r. REALEMUN LEMl'NJuice
grandmother In 19C2 when he would excite anyone.'' the State Road Department has 160.
came to Boston to vote. be, THE SMART' PLACE
When her grandson a me announced. ; 33c
In mid.summer of 1963 she the presidential nominee he vis. When this $181,700' project Is lOlYl.SAVE TO 00 24 og, Btl.I 4ge
happily posed for news photog. ited her. She posed with him completed, probably early next Sco.L POR' COCO; THING .
raphers amid a family group for photographers, then tugged year, it will be possible for mo. TO EATI
that Include) 10 of her 39 great at his elbow and kissed him on torlsts to bypass Naples to the

grandchildren the cheek. east on hard'Surfaced highway via .,
On her 97th birthday Oct. When she watched the In. South Street at Pine Ridge and '., ,... "
31, 1962_lie attended Mass at auguratlon of President Kenne. Airport Road. The new Pulling
the home of her son, ThomasA. dy on television she was aware Road will link the two.
Fitzgerald. Her nephew, the that the Bible on which he took This new road will go north
Rev. John F. Fitzgerald, cele. the oath of office was her own. from the intersection of Airport U. S. Choice VEflL I SALE I Iv !
brated the Mass, and the Presl. As the Inauguration progressedshe Road extension and Goodlette I

dent s mother, Mrs. Joseph P. sildi "Isn't he wonderful... Road lt miles east of Naples _*V; : -,,."*-'ftf:',;.".,v--s'i T'v; **, WViJ.": ,.,.,:. .---. ; ,..**Wv. ** *. ,;*-.-'*',% ..- ;. .. . _
Kennedy, visited her. that's my boy." High School. From this pointthenew .
The former Josephine Mary Mrs. Fitzgerald had been a road will proceed north 2Vi U. S. CHOICE RIB or .,
Hannon, she was born In Acton, widow since 1950 and divided miles to the graded extension of r
Mass. She was married there In her time between Boston and South Street, then go west lib' J'.
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1889 to the man who later was Hyannis where her son Thomas miles along the north boundary I.f.
mayor of Boston. has a summer cottage. of Big Cypress Country Club. Sirloin Chops
They had six children, Inrlud. The late president paid her a The project ends at the ACL
ing, Rose, the late President's surprise visit on election day, crossing on South Street.
mother. Nov. 6, 1962 when he came to This new link will be known as
A tall woman, about 5.8, she Massachusetts to vote. 6031. The contractor has been rt v. ; g i
was hospitalized In August of Three of her six children are en 130 working days to dothe Job. Per
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1960 with a mild heart condl. still living. Besides Mrs.Kenne. Eventually it Is planned to have t 39 c I I
tlon.Her dy they are John F. Fitzgerald I! Pulling Road extend north another Pound
nurse said she listened all of Milton and Thomas, with four miles to the Immokalee
day long to the radio news. whom she made her home. Her Road, SR 846.TONKIN .
,husband was known In political
MOVING TO FLORIDA? circles as "Honey Fltz" a name PATROLTO U S. CHOICE VEAl U. S, CHOICE VIAl CHUCK
I.UMCNI rUir' _Bonded "Ii,,,. which President Kennedy gave
era. Modern Equipment: Samplf to the presidential yacht BE "PULLED"FOR Cutlets $119 Steaks Lb' 59'ROUND

Rates Retvevn Naples THE MOMENT

and: 2000 IbM. 1000 lb.. School AgendaThe WASHINGTON (AP) The BONE SHOULDER FOR STUFFING VEAL ;i
roktjou conljou School Board will meet U.S. destroyer patrol in Tonkin .
\rs lork S2 12U $162.10 Monday at 1:30: p,m. to con. Gulf, which was Involved In Steaks 69' Breast 29'S :
the clash with North Viet Nam,
( bingo 2Ul.20 11362.10C'It'uland sider the following agenda: .
"will end in the next few days"but
1 Minutes.
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2.. Correspondence. resume later, Deputy De. r U. VEAl CUBE OR LOIN FRESHLY GROUND J
oIt'r\leg all northern pointsand
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3 Public hearing and adop. tense Secretary Cyrus Vance
Florida including Naples tlon of 1964.65 School budget. said Saturday. Veal.-39' i
99'
tort Mjer*. Punts Gordu, 4 Approve preliminary plans Such patrols have been oiler.ating Lb. :
Charlotte Ilirbor. !Sarasota, for new Immokalee Elementary in the gulf, which lies be.
rlf. Hnle for rates and coil School. tween Viet Nam and Red China, '
wtimitei from an) city to 5- Approve bus schedule for for more than a year and a 1
in) Florida point or rail rol the next school year. half, at deliberately Irregular

IMI-Phone 062.1111.TERMINAL 7 6 -..Receive Resignations various and bids.appoint. Intervals.The period. for each patrol Is .... _. .. $.

VAN LINES merits. fixed in advance. ......
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8Approve and pay bills. The destroyer Maddox entered
St Prtrnburt. Florida 9 Adjourn. the gulf late In July on one of
.these Irregular but routine p"trois. .
FRESH" WODUC t
Vance disclosed the planned
withdrawal of the trkm" oivioiysChons. I
The Agency With Personal Service: temporary
patrol in an interview for the
United States Information Agen.cy 1 FANCY RIO BLISS
I IA (US1A), which was taped for
beaming throughout the world.
dopondoblo agency, rwpoiu- Vance was asked why patrols Pol
ibis for protecting you, your were operated in the Tonkin aloesQ
firmly, homo and business Gulf, waters bounded by Red
against wry iiwurabU throat territory. j1 t
of loss through a planned pro-
trim of protection (uarantaadby PARTS
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6 COLLIER COINTY M-\\3 Sunday, August,1961 OOOgQQPOO&OQQOOflOOOQOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOQ Walker nlen3'till be announced by the

l.eo W. 'Engelhtrdt I lunersiHome. 4r
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t W Air Force Capt. Floyd I". M
: dJ : Walker 42. HIJ killed Tues M -

: d.y.In an Ma kan helicopter
LinvilleFuneral
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'aJker11 a native of Col- services for John t.y t

: lie r Coonry and attended school XI. Linville 72, who residedIn
: here before joining theIr \tplM Land Yacht Harbor
a ot.J Q p. 1-orce. will beheld at 11 o'clock Man-
; He lii survived by hU wife, day morning In the Ear G.

Ist Jt:'\G'i.tRll\: >, Betty Smith \\iheri dat ugh- Hoops Funeral Chapel. Rev
| ten, Sara Mae and Mary I.ou- James W. Mackey, pastor of
Vs' ise and two son Mlllain and the First Christian Church ,'f
I I'loyd"Ilker., tr., ofi jka. win officiate Inter
Although the weather was a bit uncooperative Mrs, Naples its
Other survivors Include hU merit wl( be in Naples \len .'r*
Phillip C. Morse Jr, her daughter Chrissie, and mother'
mother Mr*. Minnie alter la! Garden
Mrs Oliphant, of Bartow, had a delightful vacation i In of Miami; throe brother, J. There was a vUltatto f,, oin,

?o" Ncrth Carolina, They stayed in Blowing Rock most of f .Iron of I Fort I 1.auderdato.alf*. 7 to 9 Saturday night and Mil
the time, taking short sightseeing trips from there And j I bee F. and Udv.a rd lay u'a Ike rof be again from 7 to 0 'onl ht :
II = !: Miami; arandmO>"I.'r.lr.: *. at the funeral chapel. ,
they spent a few days in Durham before returning home I/ _
q 6S Pertha Yeoman, t\r' Ayers; Pallbearers win be Cat) k
Dampish weather somewhat plagued Cottie Morse, uncles, Roscoe and for rut Hughes, C.M. Reynolds i Len

I ) I Rodney Earnshaw, and Steve Miller, but the boys are giv ,\"lkcr.aplesl: aunts, ,ierhFlrkirndmtdtlionctceeksa Busceml, George !Bel>'ea, boy

.... ing enthusiastic reports of their 10 day camping trip, > Hutchljon and Walter G. oro--

1 .f'I They got home Wednesday from Brevard, N C pie, Irs. Gule McDowell( koty
fort Mr*. Ruth Bricc,
The middle of June Mrs James Bell and Janis went t Myer Cal and MM. lei
ian: [Bernardino, ,
out to their former home in Prairieville, Ken, and Mr., Jean Johiuon. San Bernardino. Celebration of December t . ,y
J,) as Christ in ax Das' \\as rt
Bell joined them there for several weeks. He and son I I'he body/ hill be returnedF adopted generally In the ear

Ronald_ are back on ..Rum. Row, and expect the rest of f F I to fort Myers and ar ange* 334D,

the family the middle of the month

Ronald, who has attended the University of New

Mexico, plans to enter a Florida college next semester, 0y

-wA Janis will return to her studies at the University of South "

Florida, and Jim Jr, Is living In Miami.

Mr. and Mrs R. T, Parsons returned, Tuesday from

their ranch In Dubois, Wyo. They came by way of

fNEA Telephoto> Phoenixville, Pa., and Gail Is staying on for 10 days

VACATIONING OVHISEAS Jacqueline Kennedy, widow Deeda and Lynda came home with their parents Lynda .. _n ,-
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I of the late president, was snapped wearing a dazzling smileas will continue her studies at Naples High School, and the rt tilts. 1.:11'1'II'I"'l't} 1VkksBremermanWicks,Wares blud.or
she entered the airliner which took her from London to
Venice. middle of September, Deeda will begin her freshman yearat

Virginia Intermont Ladies College In Bristol, Va

Apartment House Tuesday, Justine Wakelee was at Sugar Hollow Farm M

near Asheville, N C., to help her father celebrate his
Building Way Over
EXCLUSIVE AT RAR birthday. She has plans for a trip to New Jersey, and

Our SpecialIndividuality Other LodgingsTALLAHASSEE upon returning to Naples In September will move Into 3 ..uA Wedding In Naples

(AP) Con. her new apartment In the Ocean Terrace. : w
Btructlon of apartment houses MISS Barbara Leah Bremei Lott, sister of the uoom: md
in. . continues to outstrip by far the HERE FOR TWO WEEKS man, daughter tit Mr. ,iml 1 bird Mrs Robert Keel) isslstliiR. The
combined construction of all 28G IStli tiiditloiul wedrlliiF take was In
Dale V. Biemeiman ol <
Cole arrived for twoweekvisit
Mrs Laura
other types of public lodgings In Wednesday a Ave. S.. became the bride ol four there with white roses, lit
GIFTS Florida, the state Hotel and She will divide her time between her sister, Mrs. : Larry FonestVkks, son ol tine work ,md sugar! bells
Restaurant Commission report. Alice Denham, of the Mockingbird Apartments, and Mr. and Mrs Foi i est Rule Wicks Guests piesent fioin Sn, "isota.
INTERIORSNow ed. of 010 Sixth St., S., Siturrtu, at were" the iteinit i.landpaients\ ,
Robert A. Riedel,commission.er another sister, Mrs. James Anderson, 1 17th Avenue, South. :3 p.m. at St. Anita Citholle Mr, ui'l Mm. Doiuld\ : ( Mociie and
said that $11 IS million worth Friday, there was a bridge luncheon at the Anderson home is u' Church. Father Beinaid Hlikespel !gliMUmaiiiliiliither of the brute,
of new apartment houses was honoring Mrs Cole rt 'fanned the double.ilnp\ "fie. Mrs Don Boivei; mil Ml and(
Open started during the first six mall)'. Mrs. Ben Lott, sister" anclbioth
FURNISHEDMODEL months of this year. Monday, Mr and Mrs. William Kelley leave for New ( + C I The church was dec'ur.ut.'ut with er.ln.liw of the prawn! nl Oilan.do. .

"This ts $4 0 million more than Jersey by motor. They will spend the rest of the summer 4 ., palms on the sides of the ,iltai .
for the comparable six months et the shore and In the fall to Montclair Country Club. and white (gladioli III the vases For a wedding trip| toMlinn.
In of last year. It Is higher than'I go 7 at either aide of the altar ,md the bride I hose a i light tutus lln.
GULF TOWERS the $6,6 million motel, $4 mil. They expect to be back at the Bahama Club in October. at the base of the stituos. The en ttnscmble with ret a""l'sSOI'.
lion hotel and $170,000 worth of Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Eckard were in Tallahasseefor organist tats Marie Wilwoith led :and( it I unsafe of PhieUno.IK .
APARTMENTSMhSCJIt ... ... .
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rooming construction and the soloist was Jean Fiye. | |< cue III Is H oin the (
their Jeff's Jeff Is
graduation yesterday. Today
son
started during the first six (Wiltti Ctud.o) Miss Bremeinian win (given 1Jt'IIC'JuPI.ltl'r their trip, the
months of the current year. off for Atlanta, Ga., where he has accepted a position as Mis. Kenneth W Maloney lu mar i Uffe In hoi lathes Dale newhweilN will mike (hell homed
Riedel said that 294 new rea. assistant basketball and football coach and head track V. Brenieiman. The lost man 2204!) Spruce St., S., In Ni
taurants were built during the was Gerald Johnson or Niles.Pie | pie.
coach. The Eckards will be back
first half of this today. The Is nliiateol
year, com. Rutledge-Maloney bride wore .I> white bash 11I'Ih'gl'u,11II a i ci
'pared to 253 for the first half town under a lace overskirt and l Likevlew llii.li Sdll"llu,I Win
of last year. NEWS FROM MICHIGAN matching bolero tier short veil I tei C,u'dc'n, and a nu'mix'i r nl the
!5 1J Mr and Mrs William Henderson recently went to was attached to her hat with a U.S. A I'tRI' n.'",.. II'. The blldi'
Cook tcveril extra pieces of Wisconsin for her brother-in-law and sister's wedding an- Rite At Church Of God drape I detail.' Site cart led' a i <..it,. Is i graduate 01 Niili-s: high
1290 Third St. So. bacon it breakfast time; wrap cade of Phaelanopsls on'Mils Sdiuil and Ipso n Riiluitc ol
MemberAmerican and refrigerate Crumble the niversary and a family reunion. Then they went on to with frenc'lied tarnations. Foil MyeiK Boiut College.!
bacon next day and I let it give Harbor Springs, Mich., and saw Mrs. Adelaide Gilfillan Miss Shirley Alice Rutledge! hats of pink organza. They, too, The matron of honor was Mrs. The giooni Is ,INHOI liti'd with
Institute eats flavor to I vegetable' and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. had white mems and pompons, Charles Hen Hendersons Hidden
The
Interior Designers creamed spinach, buttered snap Margaret. also stopped at Rutledge of S10 Third Ave, S.. accented with pink ribbon. maid of honor was Miss Joanne 1'I'l'belltlt'ml'luy,1' In Dyi bee
beans or green pem Valley, Gaylor, Mich., before getting back to their new became the bride of Kenneth Wll The flower girl, Karen Browns. Yaniuco, also of \Na| les. hues Benut)' Salon
apartment in Birmingham. llam Maloney, son of Mr. and word, niece of the groom, worea wore matching burgundy satin,
Mrs. Clarence C. of pink satin dress with
Maloney a pink gowns. The mitrcin ol honor
They like their new apartment and are looking for Yankeetown. The double ring organza oversktrt. She carried can led a cascade o r pink I'ar.
LovcliuC66 ward to having the William R. Tracys for neighbors next ceremony, held at the Church a basket of rose petals. nations with red sweetheart IDS. Watch for
for summer Mr and Mrs. Tracy have leased of God, August 2, was officiatedby The bride's mother wore a es, pink net and pink and rose
an apartmentin
I fi"cHr. Rev. Floyd O'Bannon Sr. white Jersey sheath with mauve satin ilbhons. The maid ol honor
1f rzll'o'oJ 1:>ycice the same building and are busily furnishing it for next The church was decorated with colored flowers. She accented carried a semi.<'asc'ade ol i pink
5y four baskets of pompons and her ensemble with white acces.sorles carnations, t pink net and pink and !4
Beach Club Beauty 8.Ol'R .,.. MI Z-HSI year.Mr. mums with a small palm on each and a corsage of white rose satin lihlxins.
and Mrs P, H. Pope, who spend several monthsat
end. The knelt white
couple on a mums. The mother of the groom The Junlur bridesmaid was
the Canterbury Court each year are also busy with a prayer bench while Mrs.Norman chose a cocoa brown linen suit Miss Annette Bremerman, sisterof
\ IIAlii new place They sold their home In Bloomfield Hills, Cash sang "The Lord's Prayer." with white accessories and a corsage the bride., She wore a pink sa.
POOR THIM; FYI She also sang "Whither Thou of white mums. tin .line sheath and, carried a and the
10(1 1)1;rpsFTTI Mich., and are now remodelling and furnishing a smallerone
May be it'* hoprlenxl I I hrtrl Goest I'll Co" and Carolyn Sue The ushers were Howard Wood, nosegay of red roses, pink car.
dammed, and lark. .lux.I n" a lighter/ fiiimUlmn they bought on Middlebelt Road. Walker sang "I Love You Truly." Ronald Townsend and Robert nations and white pompons with DODGE BOYS
of 1nl1.'II,1, all liver tour The best man was Gene Stephens rose nets and
rose satin
red. hut pruhabh It JUKIInuk You can bet, regardless of painters, decorators, etc, rlblxms.
lido, mid In n -.hallo i'ir Brownsward, brother.in of The bildps mother wore an
that wet> \\v hate alt right. under' lour fit'*, the Hendersons, Tracys, and Popes will take time out to the groom. RECEPTIONThe embroidered, mint sheath with

m>rii heir h." IInd our lulp Thin, )jiixl, a loiuh nl Ih': follow the big Grand Slam golf match at nearby Oakland The bride's gown was of lace reception followed In the matching Jacket and an led latest For All Ages
but the adds are Ihm /the pulc>.| rc nhad w tint or Hills Golf Club the end of the month. and tulle over taffeta, with a Church of,God annex. Assistingat white accessories. Her hut was
hen 'mirml. ingrrdrrnt.' scalloped neckline accented by the welding reception weret fashioned of white carnations
find! for ,
utttiliihle ran tmi ni sequins. The sleeves were long, Jean Scully and Mary Lewis, and green satin ribbon to mat h
OFF FOR CAPE COD BOOKSSONG&
now ran bring il ,
the "orn r <.t! >i t ndsonl coming to call points at the who served punch; and Barbara her dress.
hark all .Ihr wad hark Vnd. "I.I. : Mr and Mrs, Stuart Kosters have left for their Jones Glenda
) \"'-' plrrrr| annual wrists. The skirt was of tulle Townsend, Mrs. The bridegroom's mother woie
,o we ran (perm II, dent mill loot 'hi tOo" Inn vacation on Cape Cod They will be away about and lace ruffles, embroideredwith Lorenzo Walker and Mrs. Betty a beige silk sheath with matching
liluiih il, tint it, and Mill hVh MIII |"'lid, in make sequins. Scallops detailedthe Lindsey served rake. The bride's Ja' keto She ,'arlled black acres.
months and will friends and
I hut* II. soft fluffy und uhNU d,'"-p set I.r. iMii inure two go to see relatives in bottom, ending In a hapel book was attended by Marlene sorles with pink( carnations
'o-o nhininn. 1111. Indianapolis and Kansas City before getting back to sweep. Her veil of tulle fell I Johnson. The usher were Patrick Til STORY SHOP
Naples from a crown of pearls and The wedding cake was four bott of N&les| and Dale bremer.
aurora borealls. The bridal tiered cathedral style The punch man, Jr., brother of the bride. 5th
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Bob Decks was home recently on leave from Tindal served lime Ave. So.
bouquet was of white carnationsand was sherbet and gin. A vet epdiou( followed at the Na.
(Confenurd on page 7) detachable white orchid on a gerale mixed. pies Elks Club with Mrs. Ben MI 2.2520
white prayer book. For a wedding trip to Miami
I The matron of honor Dolores Beach, Mrs. Malone' chose a
Fox, sister of the bride, worea turquoise and gold mingled tweed
HOUSE'SShoe /) a rose satin sheath with pink em. suit with white accessories. She 9ett
broldered organza overskirt. Her also wore a white orchl,l< orsage
flowers were white mums and from her bouquet.
THE Store / l t' I pompons, accented with pink rib. Following the trip, the bride
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In Naples + bons. and groom will make their homeat
The bridesmaids, Carolyn 230 \North Sanchez In Ocala,
Melts and Yvonne Bennett, cou. Out of town guests were Mr. s
ctff sins of the bride and Brenda and Mrs. Robert Stephens, Mrs.
1 \\IflUJ Johnson wore pink satin sheaths Norma Jean Cash, Miss Mary
with scoop necks, cap sleeves Lewis, Mrs. Jean Scull, Mr,
and an oversklrt of pink em. and Mrs. Clarence Malone) and
broldered organza. The brides. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brownswordand
maids also wore wide.brimmed famih all from Ocala.

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( Her Life pause I," Mrs. Campbell' salt! 2 Children Die
"Tlwn the dogs started back
4Hi iPIIi _, I+N Juanlta Ueldon' across the tracks, and Lorrt In Refrigerator
M To Save Dogs dived after them. She managed
CJ: _AGO ((.AP)-Three chit
.I '11"" ,," 'ot' EvcjJ); e I Carol! Sue and Virgin K'IDIVb\ Mich. (AP) t* grab Palo, but the train drill were !found suffocated rrl.
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.1 h, d is !knocked her down. Quanda was
dedl- Ann returned from Newark !: p"'" I I.tlilInstlt' blew, and be. day aifht \tn an unused refrlg.
'nlu v 01 tic i eweduu' Del, last Saturday. Virginia M' !.III'\< it Lori I use dlv. killed riMr on the back porch oftMr
t'1\1 I "" J'iiJ.' Reverend Ann received the Jet r Tip I i ? ua I the tracks, trunf At the Hospital authorities" span, merit building
.Ire" ,\Ip'I '!lie J 'nhs 'I1arywha, up u araduarlonpresent from h'I i ,anrs.t All we could do aid lair was "doln tine TIM bodies (if Cynthia Ann
'',,M ''S'd.I( ', L "Wistn her grandmother After a "rV ., j J''I' stand there and Any baby-food vegetables l leftover HtrttMn' 4, and her brothers,

,1,111 in Lveijla:! ., ta\. the three-week stay, her parents st 1I ,i ? You can add them to a JoMSJk. "', and! Martin, 6, chit
( :,'n. hir! r, c'HI drove up for a one-week visit M 1 i>>,tiild Campbell waat soup made from a thin gram dna of Mi r. and Mrs Gorge
-II t i Mat* oflhock" .at. Hartman, I "
t 'tie"lea N > i. .
( I 1 111I and they all returned *uc and serve u to the uholefamil
l "rl'hel I ) ir?' !HaM I, I.lrch I left this together. II..Id!) recalled how her 9. > Season the cream .a",.. several I '''l u r' alter their mother
!.. li.otft ', dl- Virginia past Monday) ,,101 1 1 dJughtol' risked her life It,,1\\' repelled U"'m inUsing.
; for Presbyterian Youth Camp i t'ttrttosire he,' ;IIt.'t Dlch.
'r !prayer al. i '"ilnshew. paS'I I "' 1.irst i I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne DeBuskof 1 ,'ni .1 i !slrndvi! l>luv-.)\d
I ,chinch In I V ;ers, Choholoskee are the proud :" it' who sale she| .v,HIM" "toi
;,wl. the, message parents of twin boys. Bornat I > > <,dlprp to learn to IH a TRADESThe
K huildlnp was u\'Jlc.i'eri toft Lee Memorial I Hospital In ss, \1.i ilia loin 1 )," auffeitfd a iok-
1 I,,,1 1r. 1 ,1f Rev""I"" : :.1'. Fort the Lt > .1 1 aiboiif and t nil II" i lute
Myers boys weighedIn Y
'( I h..l, J, founde ..f f r aprbn at T pounds 91/2 ounces i i 1'iuiM's lii the result* ati for
following Properties
,,. l k Ii (Everglades. ills widow I'lit i" I \\h".IIII. One of the
and I pounds 91/flounces. They
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(t"l' wi* saHl. The oth 't died
V.ctu; .t
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,, in'finulyji, .1 I rend were named Tracy and Tro), r II der i he train wheel. Sale the have
Jild j" > were guel' ol honor and are now at home on Choko- 1 or owners expressed -
.1' 'he 'efvtce.I' eT"t Tht'r..1" about five 01 six
los.....
kits. plating| in fiont ol 1 the
: 'L cvijrejjailon( had vlsl- Carol and Birdie Mae Portal, ,";" house . about 30 fpft star a willingness to con-
a.eonluunokalee: i 1 Naples, and Mike and have \'- .
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sons Clyde fioni the" uilroadlu k*, Mis.CanipMI .
I ." 'i '. Lehighcrea and ,
returned from twoweekvaca l' recallwl.TIIt' sider Trades.
"natia >. 'vcrjuijpeijonsat-J don In North Carolina, David '
hall whistle l>le\\'. die"
VV .1,1. wolf .11'klllcclelunch ,
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Fussell who had been visiting, .
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t 'o liter the
everyone his slater Wanda and '
Leery Jl Ju.inda( headed. tow'aid the 1-Commercial waterfront on State
I p worship service. in = property
family Morehead City came HONEYMOONING: IN: nEt: Il'DA an Mind :Jars Dupuv A lIa\'I\t's\ trout a switch engine' one ai
\ I t I'IMI' bible School Road 1366' 150' City.
began back with them. While x near
, .:1 ,. august 1 3. Teachers they of Germantown, Pa. shown at the C.niton P.i.uh, li'snlt.: Th.' biiilc\ and latinos. traveling about 10mile
were Butch and an. hour
H". ". da Collins., nursery Danny away Smith tended Hughes the service is the former Miss Antoinette M. VIIHI of Xiw fork clad tin1 tfiooin =2-3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, CBS, centrally located,

i, ," r; tads. SIT.uhl.lnda station in Ochopee for Carol is the son of !lit.. and Mrs: Arnold 1111\ IH II. I 11 .">T Third Sweet, South. "1 heard Lord suejmnif. nice Lot on Lake in city Leased (.; $195 mo.
, ,I I I' iuiJa Sirlckland, and Muon Weeks Naples. and 1 1 stabled" running. but Rlie
delivered ,
dad and beloic I lould gel
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I 1'1'' Ii'lon' md Mrs. newspapers for Birdie Mae. =3-3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, on small Lake, 2 years
out t,1 t the' yard, tarn waa itflit
V..Ill i Ii" ( 1.1'i the' beginneri Before they left, Birdie Mae cog, visiting his sister Toni and she U doing quite a bit ris and girlsClndnyand Nancy next to the' It'aln. Somehow, thedived old. Will lake smaller home in trade. See
I .. ' ; Mii. Mary Nell had a visitor which many residents Almond and family. of visiting! catching up on local have returned home after a one to the other aide of the this leased $12500 month.
MI\, tvtrnic'[ '' French will be glad to receivea Mr and Mrs. J.T. Byrd and news during afternoons and week vacation trip to 11fton (racks Just iN-foie!' the!' halo one ('

i I.. 'VVii "Ie rite Williams little news on --Janet La- family moved from Ochopee to evenings., During" the mom (M. Returning with them wasAubrey's r:4-Commercial: Trail Frontage 165' x 512'
"I rlp'I') department pello. She wu a former resident Marco Sunday, to be close to Ings she U buy helping! In vacation sister, Mark She cook but the bank asked her
I , I i nKts Morris and and now lives in Zion, his work on the dredge. Bible school at the Bap- plans to be here for several "to work while Glenda Small-'' deep Trade for well located acreage.

\ ,'i 11,1 I Pike In the jun- 111., and works In a T.V. factory Mrs. Lois Smith returned tist Church Her father wu days.Ecn. wood took a two work vacation. Bedroom Bath Lot
i 1''" i and Mrs.Juan home last week after a six- the church's first pastor. Her on vacation, Edith Cllf-: =5-2 1 Cypress panelling.
V V i I.. he !Intermediate Hubert and Betty Hill and weeks vacation In Washington. sister Judy atayedaeveraebut ton can't get away hone cooking Alice Ilea took a bad fall site 130' x 184' on small lake. Beautifultrees

, Marguerite' Wlli sons are staying! with his pa Bringing her home and stayIng left Thursday for it. Petersburg for a crod.. She hdS spent[ iMc! other night, but report! and shrubs Reduced from $11,900
i idnb t md Reverend rents. Mr. and Mrs. Granville for an Indefinite length of where she will join her thn past week on BurUlne'- no broken bone;only sore real to $10,900.
.. VdII io i rinclpal. Frl- Hill, until they can locate in time was her nephew Dennis grandparents for a vacation trip Ranch cooking lor the "('ow- bad bruise
I row, there was an en- Naples Hubert and Betty moved and friend Les. Lois' dog to Texas hand*" during round-up. HIT Mildred and alter llolznian 6-640 Acre Section 2 miles South Everglades

..I I4 with 74 present.i down from Tryon, N.C., and "Snuffy" flew Into Miami sev- Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mor- daughter' Betty Jowasgolng) to and Clara and Ted 5mallood Parkway, Trade for improved property.

i I'. fur ages three he has accepted a positionwith eral days later and Dennis and \I I are proud grandparents now
,,J and will continue the Mosquito Control District Les enjoyed a trip to the "big ol a little girl: I born to Ted and =7-1 Bedroom Furnished House High dry

'Mvk. Commen- in Naples city" to pick him up. They I Marie Miiallwood Naples last lot $8250,00. What have you to trade?
i Ics wli'' be held Gary Garrett has been In went over a day early and enjoyed THE NAPLES week bhe weighed in at 7

Ii., ,II the church.I Alma, Ga., visiting! with his some time on Miami pound 11 t/.I: ounce and Wh If )ou luno, lots, a small Home,
I d end and find grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Gar- Beach. named Tiers t; llrahcth.
\ Its, aterh..vc reti, for the past two weeks. Notebook Boat, House Traitor, Late Model)

m'" ', I"'ork Ills paremsMr.andMrs.W.M. APPRECIATE MAIL
Car other We will be
I I over '0I' Garret! and Linda left this past As you know Junior BallardIs or Property

Tuesday to drive up and spend In the Air Force and Is sta- (ContlDuNt Irolll palle 6) happy to Talk Trade. Call us an--
,i II i, 'w days there before bring- tioned In Texas. Joining the
" l> 11) home service and being away from ---- time. Open 7 days a week.
Air Force Base. last weekend he accompanied his mother
'"I L1. i' II lid Fussell is now In CoIJ home Is a great change In any ,
young man's life, and they all Mrs Enid Decks and Mrs. Charles Folkerts, to Lake Wales,

I appreciate mall from home. I and while there visited the Circle F, Dude Ranch Better Peel

'' 1 l rALLIED was talking with Dolly the other Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Woodill and their children Ever boil a very fresh vM'( CARIBBEANI

day that and she gave me his address John, Bob Susan, and Debbie, have had a wonderful'two If you have. you'll know A
so all his friends might
it's miserable to peelHere's !, REALTYNorth
be able to write to him. Address months motoring through the south to California, a lip to get a better

all his mall to AB LewisS. up the coast and across the northern part of the countryto }lump on peeling, no matter
; LS DAVIS ILVD. M' '.'447II Ballard Jr.i; AF 14859502 arrive at their former home |/i Sudbury, Ontario Canadarj'TheeVovg how fresh the egg Is,
Flight 80%; *1925J ,.,ckla'I' I kpfrfe 11OO3piles: but took their time
I ALLIED Sllh'ltlr! cm.can. Air Force Base, Tex. ; which you boil an egg J It
II .". all ""'e\ ,r Motor ". --l, : Skippy Ballard Is in Tampaand and enjoyed every minute of it. Including such varietyas doesn't have to be a lot of on Trail Phone MI 2-6155
.._. .1 and nInesR.lrlgentnon Is attending a service center New Orleans, Disneyland, Yellowstone National Park, salt, just a teaspoon to tablespoon
where he Is learning a ,
etc. etc.
.. ,
trade while k. He
working at
Mr. and Mrs. Woodill and the girls got home Tuesday
is staying In Highlands Park
CORBINLINDABURY
.
I '' and likes It just fine. He should John and Bob stayed on in Canada, and will fly 1 I I

I N.., be home in a couple more weeks home next week.

,. though. Debbie Barrett, Linda Baker and Janet Carr left

: .C'II' James Landrum, graduate yesterday to attend Bible Town, USA. They will be In
of 1963-64 has been running
a i the Gulf Service Station In Everglades Boca Raton for two weeks

,since Skippy left several This weekend Dr. and Mrs. William T. Barrett Jr. r
I
i weeks ago. are In MiamI. They will leave Tommy with the senior
Illoti and Betty Moore and Barretts for visit.
a ITS! '
children Keith and Cheryl of NlM'1r
t. At''anta, Ga., were down visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. Henry Boyd are spending the monthof

WITH vapL2 relatives last weekend. Accompanying August in New York City. On the way they visited

them on the trip their children in Winnetka, III, then in Cleveland had NEWScotts f

THE \ V were Betty's mother, Mrs.t'owe'l dinner with Mr and Mrs. Hans Klug, and while going
and brother Jerry.
1 The ) enjoyed a trip to Marco through Pittsburgh stopped for a visit with Mr. and

HEAT. Beach on Sunday before ..tanIr Mrs. John Lose

4 4 ; for home that night. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kirk of Jacksonville spent a

In the beach party were Ed day in Naples and were shown the city by Mr, and Mrs Boost
and Bonnie Moore; MadgeJackand 44
\ ....11.\IE11I\i : Cindy Mcintyre Carolyn, Donald T. Jones Mr Kirk has been active in Republican

Mason Ricky, Vicki Sue, Toni affairs for several years and is I running for the United fertilizer;'; with

and Candy Weeks;Sylvia Brown States Senate
and children;and Woody Brown. ( ) Insect control
COLLIER! The last of the popular s slimmer card parties sponsored

DINING ROOMCLOSEDThe : by the Naples Community Hospital Auxiliary is

.. ,UNTY: MOTORSI! dining room of the I R ,J Wednesday with a luncheon at 12 o'clock at the Tahitian BOOST

and Gun Club Lodge has been Cove Congress Inn Call MI 2.:. 121 for reservations ..
closed and will not re-open 'u,
October 15. This does m,,<
mean, however that they t II\"' II I
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK I
+ closed HI their tourist fact,l 1- II
V ties. Sam and Edith Han 11- b055 null AD S OFFICE Does t\\o la\\n johat/ W ('(' I

ton, dock operators, are i, t \ SUPPLIES

charge of the docks bait pp ,, JUST RICIIVID V,, (thank* to l the xckntislv I >'f Scotia! !K t.
.f ..4 .lllc. hirnlluqulpminl ,..
and rooms. Reservation < ictlUnl lUck u <
.nd m.chln' .. ., tnm.naw.vlnaItt'NII.ss M r Ii \\i' Ltin nlUr m .lm.lIlII' new product' BOOST for.
be made through then i c :. .. .
OXford 5-2101 durlr'day )'., It V in.il purposv BOOS J .md 1 It', ni.'Jc >.p(-
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and OXford S-SC4):;: at II i AS" 'I':\T.\LIC IKKK PROMPTMl till. ilk tor our southern )tr.i"v> 2500 SQ. FEET

Brenda Strickland of Narkc ,", .II un: IIt:1I: I u t': I
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the Rard, '*i Wait He,

rerda ""j at frle"'i tsf.
1. Gets rid of inect'* $595 I i iI

PRICK\ An application of n$. I" ", > "ip-1" IIIR Iut-: I

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to a NEVI cauw C0Nnv NAPLES and COLLIER COUNTY

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Just Few LeU\\ mn A PROPERTIES feeding! rxi\\cr ihc !kind! thai makes! lawnsgnm MI 2-2440

NaSN/NGTON noimf ( loans on commercial and rttidtnfial thicker. greener without i.ius'njf' exlr.i
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28-17 Win Over All-Stars Phillies

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, CHICAGO (AP) The t trlout t". rash 14 days ago. Last night's \,irrts, to lead the All-Stars on a 'I'' l' nk I v ,ml to till to i
Chicago Bears mlsse IW1IIt came was preceded by a mo vain 75,yjrel march to the Dear 1 u. SPORTS
( Calimore and the SrI 11'1'1 ment of silence in memory ol four Tits', I'OFr.l k Thomas

collegians discovered the Gr.i- the two. The eventual difference I i 1""llit out ho hid been traded
ham Cracker" too late In i 111- On the other hand, the scam. pro savvy and the marksman was t.nn I. .1 i list mare! tub 30 games . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ..

day night' 31st All-Star (game perlng Mira rambled 56 yardson ship of Wade, who completed 15 IILI ot (liit plate to the front

The champion Bears or the> four carries and two other of 23 passes for 217 yards, In. i 'norn" Philade.phia! Phillies COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday August t, lilt
National Football League trail.. All-Stars Taylor and his Arti eluding a 13.yard scoring shot e I ;i 'IlIIt at the big World Solh 8

Ing 10.7 at halftime, rode to i I Bona State teammate Tony Lor- to Mike Dltka I In the second 11" '"I""" '.

28-17 triumph mainly on the :le ich, also bettered Bull's yard. quarter and a 20.yard tOUll1. S .'\'ear-oU Thomll was Read This Mr. Ripley

liable passing arm of veteran down flip to Can) Barnes in the getting on the New York Mets' ,

quarterback Bill Wade. age.Taylor, who was a one.man third quarter for a 21.10 Bear No. 2 bus for the trip to Phlla.

But the big thrill for a Soldier''gang himself, carried seven lead.Wade delphia and a three game series
Field crowd of 6J.OOO came In i I times for 36 yards and Lorlch also scored on a one. with the Phils when the travel. Golfers Blame EverythingBut
the final quarter as Coach Otto, punched 38 yards on six tries foot sneak to move the Bears ing secretary tapped him on the
Graham used two quarterbacks Early In the second quarter ahead 14.10 In the third period shoulder and said:

simultaneously Southern Call the fleet Taylor head after pumping plla.after.pau, "Get on the No. 1 bus, Frank,
fornia' Pete Dathard and will. tang himself,' carried seven Including a 38.yarder to Johnrn Case wants to talk to >'ou." Their Own Lousy GameDIVOTS
times for 36 and Morris In an 80-yard payoff
o'.the.wlsp George Mira of MI. yards Lorlch Thomas, a veteran of 12 ma.
ami (Fla). punched 38 yards on six tries. drive Sub Rudy Buklch loopeda lips' jor league seasons and five
With Beathard as main ball Early In the second quarter, 30.yard TD pass to Charley clubs, said the last thing he BY DUFFER There is another story which

handler and Mire as a lonesome the fleet Taylor headed for Blvlns for the final Bear score thought of was that he had been awards long driving honors at

halfback, the Graham maneu. the Washington Redskins The Bear triumph gave the h I dealt to another team But Anything can happen on the the Beach Club to Don Lander,
ver produced a lively finish Just streaked for a 29-yard gain on a pros a 20.9 victory edge with _. ___ J that's what Case Stengel told golf course and usually does. genial county farm agent. Lan-

as the game seemed to bog Beathard pass that set up a 14. two ties In the AII.Sarseriesr the husky outrlE'ider.flrst base. Tim Hannah reports the !latest der doesn't know how far the
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FLYING I AMERICAN ..
T. Fred Hansen
down after the Bears muscled to yard field goal by Ohio State'sDick man. "unusual" and has Mike drive traveled ... but all agreeit
Van err Clear bar st 17 ft 4 Ins topping hit own pending world
for ;
a 28.10 lead. Raaphorst a 3.0 nvr w?n9nnwe "Case thanked me for the
and Gary Sharp as witnessesto must be a record. Driving
AII.Star lead. record of 17.2 .t U.S..Rusutn track meet In Los Angeles
Mira kept taking flat I did and I thanked him for
passes job
prove the story The three from #4 tee Lander sliced one
from Later In the second quarter, "
Beathard and either scampered teaching me a lot of baseball
for Taylor recovered a Bear fumble * * * * were playing a round at BigCyprus which landed smack-dab In a
yardage or flippedpulse * * * * 9 Several hours later Thomaswas Golf and Club. truck loaded with fill and
on the Bear 18. Two plays later Country dump
from Ms wide vantage f getting the glad hand from
he took a pltchout from Mira Tim drove a dandy down the headed north on the Trail. lan-
his new teammates. The powerful
point.With 26 seconds of the game and hurled a 14-yard touchdownpass L GAME right,.handed slugger did middle but before he had timeto der and his partners attest the

left, Mira rifled a flvs-yard to Georgia Tech end Ted what he was expected in his brag about the shot a big ball was still traveling as the

touchdown pass to another brilliant Davis for a 10.7 All-Star lead at 0. first opportunity as a Phil. hawk swooped down and made truck disappeared northward up

All.Star performer,' half. halftlme. By Against southpaw Al Jackson he off with the ball I the Trail.
back Charley Taylor of Arizona And It was Taylor scoring Dovid Lyon TIMEAt doubled home a run In the first The surprised golfers watched Then there is another "hardto
State. himself on a five-yard shot from inning And In the third he sin.
the hawk sail to a landingIn believe" atory which report
It took the Bears whileto Mira just before the game end. another this time
quite a ed. Bled in tally, a nearby tree, examine the edly happened some time ago
build up steam In their attack recent of officials of the off a right.bander. Manager
a meeting reorganized
Mira, signed with the San catch momentarily then make at the Beach Club. Two left-
which was outpounded on the Florida Junior College Conference, it was reported that Gene Mauch used Thomas at
Francisco 49ers, began en.trenrhing off for spots unknown, still handed golfers were playing separate -
ground by the All-Stars 18'7yards of athletes attending member schools will not be given "free first and In the seventh, he
himself as darling fair-
the ball. holes
carrying on parallel
to M. started an unusual first to shortto
rides. Edison Junior College of Fort Myers a member
late In the third
Ron Bull, who must carry the the huge crowd Of this conference. pitcher double play He Phil Derbyshire, pro at Big ways. Both golfers hit shotsat
NFL load at the halfback spot quarter. He popped a dozen helped the Phillies to a 9.4 vie. Cypress, has called a meetingof about the same time, each

\I shared with the late Gall. passes, completing six for 48 So.called athletic "scholarships" at Edison and the other tory over his former team the rules committee for helpin putting a slice on the ball, and

more, carried nine times for 35 schools will pay for the students' tuition, fees, and books, mates. finding a passage In the then watched as the balls collided -

yards, top Bear rushing effort but will not cover room and board costs. The league's de. rules book which covers the situation in mld-alr,some distance

:Sail more and end John Far. Virginia Edwards clslon was designed to help discourage wholesale state down the respective fairways.

rlngton were killed In an auto Wins Beach Club wide recruiting of athletic prospects by certain ambitious CRAB THIEF Spectators agreed the odds

junior colleges in the state. Darbyshire Is still searchIng against a similar Incident wouldbe

Gals Golf EventLow also for a ruling on "the more than two-to-one.
Awarding of scholarships to students, solely on the blue crab incident" which hap- Not there was fora
Watch forand net for combined classes basis of athletic ability and achievement, is no different r< long ago
pened a year or so ago on All time a nervous golfer at The
was the scheduled event for the from paying athletes a salary. Except that under the
I Beach Club Women's Golf Asso- former, the athlete Is able to retain Ms amateur standing. hole at Big Cypress. The storygoes Moorings Country Club. It happened -

clatlon on Tuesday, August 4. a golfer dubbed one off In an early morning roundat

Mrs. Virginia Edwards won first After being exposed to a strict amateur athletic code the Ice which landed just at the club. The player tap-

place with a net of 36. There was while In high school (now they can't even bowl In a league the edge of the lake water. As ped in a short putt, reachedfor
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t7GUG a three way tie for second place. GOOD START-Donna de that awards prize money), young athletes must be taken he stooped to recover the balla the ball without looking
Carding a net 37 were Mrs. WIl. aback at their first contact with so-called amateur athleticsas big blue crab eased out of and put his hand on a toad
bur Eckard Mrs. David Jones Verona 17 goes Into the practiced by college recruiters. For an specially desir.
the lake and nude off with the about the size of your fist
the and Mrs. Joseph Powers Olympics at Tokyo for the able prospect, the college with the best dollar offer usually
prize. which had taken up over-night
United States with recordsin _
Following nine holes of play, gets its boy.Junior -
residence in the .
the 400 meter and 440-( cup.A
DODGE BOYS a luncheon and meeting were held
at the Beach Club. yard individual medleys. colleges ought, for the most part, to be free of Top-Flight Fight prominent local Judge
the compulsion to pay.for-pliy. Any publicity for the school claims the nine straight balls

because of an uncommonly successful athletic team Is not On Tap For Miami he dropped In the lake at (Nil

needed, If the Junior college's avowed purpose Is to serve 1- at Big Cypress Is still the re-
the surrounding area. Wednesday Night cord. No one cares to challenge I-


IF YOU ARE PAYING Norbert Van Dlnter WARM, formerly IN TEXAS recreation director here ::,/ t esting MIAMI boxing BEACH--An match Is forecastfor inter- his claim openly.

and currently In a similar post In Sherman, Tex., writes Wednesday night, when Cypress DodgersGet
that he is "sweating out another hot.hot summer. You'dthink lightweights Tony Mammarelll

when It's so hot that the clouds would perspire, but and Perfecto Garcia step Into Burger Treat

$50@M75i.ORMORE!! they don't." Sherman's municipal swimming pool, however, the ring for a 10-round main- Lodge 295 Dodgers -
Cypress
IS being patronized by record numbers of citizens trying to event battle at Miami Beach champions of Senior LIt-
beat the ICXXdegree heat, Van Dlnter says.
Auditorium. tle In this sum-
League Naples
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ANSWER TO LONG TRIPS ,
PER MONTH FOR RENT Efforts to form a youth football league in this area of who GOOD SHOWFor saw the a wild man sights on a boxing career when burger supper Friday night by
never even
the state are designed primarily to ease scheduling problem s. animal from which he got he was a youngster In a tough Cypress Lodge members.

Football for Llttle>League age youngsters has not caught on until he wentto Pittsburgh neighborhood, has Vernon Sweet showed a
In Fort Myers and other relatively nearby places, but per. his ring name lost only one of 20 starts as movie"Greatest Show on Water -

12YfARS haps formation of the league will spark Interest. England Nigerian fighter a professional. He has 12 ," Manager Robert John-
Dick Tiger is doing a pretty
.I of knockouts to his credit. son and all but one of the boys
Kid grid Is a the east coast and in the good job impersonatingthe
.. oWN going thing on Unlike some other membersof
who the
played on title-winning
beast With the
Tampa Bay area, but Naples and Punt Gorda for some expert
kohl
breed" of box-
YOU years have been the only west coast outposts. Those trips help of a costumer. of course. the "new Mammarelll team attended Friday's get-
1TE3 ing, 22-year-old
AUTlfUL to Ft. Lauderdale or St. Petersburg are long, even for together.
-- BE I parents. has "no political or social am-
A OWN BRAVES bitions," promoter Chris Dundee

YOUR Local youth football is expanding as of this fall, with GET FRANK LARY reports Mammarelll relies -
Of
Nod E two 95.pound teams forming Instead of Just one. The NEW YORK (AP-The New on fast hands and solid
new team will draw on East Naples area boys, and wlU punching.
2 Bedroom AZTEC York Mets traded veteran pitch.er
be coached by Jim Croak and Bill Cooksley, Croak was Frank Lary to the Milwaukee His opponent was born In Managua f/I] rTJlh 'f 8

active In the 105-pound program in Sarasota Braves Saturday for Denny Rl. and his Syrian father

Most who rent bant, 22, a right handed and Nicaraguan mother chris- IS FUN AT.BROOKSIDEI
people are paying
The new team will need about $400 to get equipment.
from the Braves' Den. tened him Perfecto Abdullah
pitcher
do not realize that $50.00 a month The initial outlay for equipping a football team will be !
amount to $7,200 In lUll| 12 years. the biggest hurdle the team will have to Jump. East Naples ver farm club of the Pacific, Amid Esmad Yacub y Tellez.
In addition to
Coast 1
$75.00 a month for 12 years totals boys Interested in playing can sign up Monday at the Mary Lary League.Milwaukee received a The name might present difficulties ... .
$10,800. And $100.00 a month Curler paint store on Davis Blvd. estimated at to the ring announ-
cash payment 'r/
equal. $1,200 a year and In 12 about $23,000.Lary cer, so manager Baron Pate

years amount to $14,4001If 33 and a long.time star. renamed his fighter Perfecto ,....., -

with the Detroit Tigers, came i Garcia. /f
you are paying $50.00 or more PLAY BETTER GOLFBy to the Mets May 10 on a waiver 1 Garcia has fought 32 times :
per month rent and own a lot or 3 Bedroom COMANCHE ] 22 ;;,
deal. professional, posting
as a '
homesite free and clear 1
can
you
Tommy Armour victories, eight losses, and two f' l. '
pay for a beautiful Jim Walter home draws. He has lived In Miami !
v ?
In 12 yean with the same amount ofmoney. BALLPLAYERS' and at J
for the last 14 years,
What'i need 'OTHER LIVES' .1
mar you pay has
still
Garcia
Iron Shots the age of 26
.c s LOS ANGELES (APhat
of time to make his bid
NO MONEY DOWN do baseball executives and players plenty
of
I shots
.Ai Jl JI\OX ordinary golfers: for title shot.
: .
How I. tho potiible The Jim Walter 1111 S1 often RO off target: for the people the io-ctiled Besides the Mammarelll Winter leagues are shaping

wayl I Mo. than 100,000 hornet simple rta-on the. are not comctlj' off-seKon n I Mew time preparing Garcia main event, there will up fast at Bro hld,.

have been built by Jim Walter and aimed with the bottom line of the for the winter meetings. spring be other bouts on Wednesday's It looks like this I IN going

they testify to the value YOU can cluMuad Get the Icailuiq; edge nf the trailing and the new year. card. First fight starts short- to H a banner season

got for your rent money-tav. even 3 Bedroom HOLLYWOOD flub/ .
more by doing torn of the Inside /fur' ,' A* (Ill ,idilri4 the ball then adjust diversified activities and the are the first to go, naturally
'
finishing yourself I our fut Cut lour hind in the same Los Angeles Angels are no ex so you are urged to

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which Illuitratet our Uubfaci. not with your fret Belmsky worked last year \
21 HOMES TO CHOOSE FROM t r as a maitre d' In a Honolulu res AND A moonlight Bowling
'\ 21 model homes, shows floor c I ii'n.N' i I.< Th. ('hi,JIB Tntiuiw, taurant. Paul f'o)tICk worked fore L Panty U being planned for
Now we have 21 standard model plant, and gives detail of construc Detroit advertising agency y COUNTRY Saturday, August ISth,

hornet to select from, each Individually lion. There It no charge or obligation for i with the starting time set

constructed, and available in this booklet. You owe It to yourself and family to find out Aim the club' carefully FOUR RECORDS BROKEN \ for 10:45: PM. Reserva-
degree of finishing desired. If / 'JUCLUB Best lions limited .
any are to lwen.ty
how much home you can get for the money you are now CHICAGO (AP) Ohio State's
you own a lot or homeute you can paying for rent. We have built over 100,000 homos Gar Braddi, all-time scoring \J four couplet, st e cost
to start' building at one
arrange of $(00 couple. This
of Ten per
and best advertisement champion Big basketball
the
PENNY throughout country they are our
PAYING A
WITHOUT NAPLES Includes the entire
FLY- broke four individual scoring Floridafor party,
Just moil the or call at one of the in Southwest
DOWN. Your home. will be 100% coupon any records during his spree. the cost of bowling, prizes,
financed. Jim Wolter branches. You will be ihown every courtesy. ZK&New MIAMI Most points a game In one season Country Club and early morning break

: 33.9 ((474 m 14). The old You're
LIVINGGOLFING fast. larited to
record .u J!.I by Terry
;; AN--; "NA"I : Year Round Daily Schedule Diichinger, Purdue< (459 In 14), make your reservations
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Jim WaffcrMtf JIM WAITER ..1962. now by calling Brooksld.
' I am Interested 'In owning an... homo. Ploato send irw e Most field II kale CkampiontlMO Coll n
. ii :\ / . lt **:- Naples To Miami goals a game in one .tllfl condition lor oley.
free ol' homes.
catalog
I season: 12.4 ((174 In 14). The old
1P1... ,.Ift'l) 7:45 A.M. 11 30 A.M. 3.45 P.M. Watch this column for
onus OPts ; DAYS A wits record was 11.6 by Robin Freeman SWIMMING .
poops orIN 54110511 A DAY. I PAddreu Miami To Naples Ohio State UU In 14)). in AAU sue pool 75 1 40' i JO .iiklomilr weekly news of activities Brook and
upcoming events at
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1956. m."' "". o-eiloble Bowl
FORT MYERS, FLA City _State 900: AM. 2:15 P.M. 5.00 P.M. Most points college career in side
I two ""011I. 907 0963 -4H. HOMESITES . .
Telephone (or neighbor's- I Connertlono and Reservation to any point in the world 1964-474). The old record was The perimeter komewtes" en ideal
Troll ........ ____Cm..y.a Brookside Bowl
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4932 My Mr!1.1 IINIf7 w u ...... 1m ..d Ie .... ..... .1 I.a.5 ....... NAPLES AIRLINESNaples 164. by Terry Dla hlnl'". Purdue lor the tar CovHtry Cluk liwue
I a Mr rapoty wii M ,.w t* lorI I (1961 -405: 1962-459). m Sov'kvett Flerde. 2025 Davis Blvd.

'? Pk.noi WE 6.2150 II 1:: ..........M...M. .wprmt-mile 1111. Airport Concouroe ] Miami Airport t t Consecutive games 40 or more Turn fail ., Slot Seed

.....mar. liUt.rJ.rt OMlraclion w> !- wHIur. .. MI 2-3454 NE 44111 points: 6 (January 25 through SMI from U S. .41. East Naples
I .. . J February 15. 1964 47 4I.42.40. 26692
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COLLIER COUNTY N: I ft j -Announcements 23. Misc For Sale26Perton 49. Houses For Rent Tiee t- -'ii byrne, Clone 10

hoppiif" iii', has Khool
I I II I tower .*.t,oned. cr*.nd
Sunday Aujuat t, 19(4 PIM BEAITY SALON ,' , ,, iR i "0511F' .",1 :0 'R (.t RlNTALSAPr: (anal' t> b ..d Cyclone fence

bt Nt\US I ibhfT.ircan., T..d ." ... .,.. ,, .' .. ,,, l" ,' ,I' enclosed Payment" only |7I 00
I Midoar 2 .172 ..t" I. .'h ".., ,"h.' per Mo '< I M" "tn's C'nfl MI I 6166M" f i Insurance.
TI R Wood & AtsooJ'ss
York H M iti'ii I ,yh ,1/1 Cray John
New Finds Business Opps ton ROOd 7/1111 FURNISHED UNFURNISHED IO Ml AVI t, MI t t/Hl Ml* tf

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P 0. BOX 1737 * NAPLES, FLORIDA, 33940WANTADGRAM I II YEAR SEASON PRIVATE SALE

Summer Jobs For BUSINESS FOR SALE .l J. W DYCHE8. REALTOR NO BROKERS
Deic'io.te-' Gourmet food Owner mutt nell three bedroom
thop N. ce mm 4 wile spore ALCOHOLICS' ANONYMOUSMen > > 1 bath home .n THE MOOR.
I t tO", Same local.on 7 yr srwuwenw.,*h drmklniprob 1 Bedroom unfurnllh.d house INOt Central heal and eif
Youth Clientele Oiled farms tA1 SPOIl 7n Jt carpeting throughout .
ProgramNEW Kiur lent *m> Ash Ion help ty cm lor nOel condition ng
ta raht" party Can MIN\ \ ,nMI4ni I Visitors cord.III, o cepl 2 bedroom Com
I II or : "i90 welcomed Meet.ng. ,in F,rot 2 .01 'un..h.d hou. good plait t>,tc ten ,ncludinf d.tpoulscreened
YORK (AP) NLW Write your own want-ad. It'. easy . Its fun. Writ. your ad in the space leptet Church A meson Ith location in East and 1I.h".h. Nice

York City has found summe- I below, count the words to find your cost Try a low cost want-ed today to St Fn,t n.flIt.ht.t'A eeeuer 10 P y M Toes end :water Ml 0.5 Fil N'PI""f.tt lawn Dorrh, Phone paved driveway Ml 24101, i sodded alter5PM.
Its flood first IJSOOOOsi
jobs on own payroll for I buy tell, trade. *' interest Clll Mortgage Ml I S014 Af Y.. we have another 1 Bad 1/2111

teen.agers from its racially I tar S p m or on waik ends room house for rant Furnished'

troubled slum neighborhood I ---- Moms ................. ...... ,.. ................ ......,...........,.................................... ln 33-Services Offered City Water H TV W Watkins Cable Sill MI l lPineland 58-Lots For Sale
Eight hundred more are to 1,11 I MINIMUM CHARGE 75. 24009 *'* If


jobs next week. C Address ..............................................................__............_.. Franchise NORTH Naples Small E* Lei m Coquina Sands for Silt
The goal Is to get the youths I T ES I SLIP co\Ens: tale 2 story CBS I icr old Lot .7 Unit I Yucca Road

on the streets, give them job (DflSCCtjtiV Insertions Dealership Tropical, Drapery 4 Upholder hem and bedroom apt rental Ml 1 lOll ." It

experience and fight C. ....."...........................-................_................_...._- ..I Ml I SJOJ 711 tf Nce lawn and hedge IWlarc R...id>nti poverty I PER LINE Royal I Palm tree Only Near' chool and store 12.lit
with paycheck Available in Fin. MARLOWE BECK 41) Ills
I IMH down
1 2 Insertions. HAVES
ur 25 JEAN
Recruiting centers report that Phone __....._..._.__-... Custom Sewing Drapenet. Contact Ave South Ml 2 Kll
I .3 or 4 In5l'rttQn. . lBI - IB Investor for sotni.icliv* Upholstery Kentucky St Bo Dewey Polly Really /1I.th.,1fWATE"I'RONT_ _ _ _ _ _
hundreds of dlsapiioliitert youths MMner or to fulltlm, OP Branch Offc.Naples *

have been turned away dilly. I 520Inl n$erri rtton'11S : : : : 1162' Please publish my Classified Ad for _ _ similar iNtor: to have nvettor Cadillac Franchise Ford nile, St38Autos Springs Wy 2 2653Is 2 744 or t_Park". eveningt VANOERBILT REACH LOTS

The emergency program II. Jumbl.r Buick Lincoln etc ESTATE

unced by the city's Anllpover. I COUNT 4YJ AVE RACE under u"e rool Successful cute For Sale Altraeeva I Bedroom I bath, Lot I Slock L Unit J-270 00
consecutive limes starting background dJosirabl but not Beach lunflh.d MI S lOSt Lot 1 Block J Unit ?-2000011
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ty Fund, Is geared for 1,000 WORDS PER LINE senlnl, Minimum' ,nvstmnt Owner needs ceth Don Holland
youths this summei. M 000 00 .'. 4* 740( IUd Avt Treasur* It
I $._._.__......_.?.,.cash with order. Itt,. Chevy 0 Di lid Trans I lady m Pare V.nburev heed 'Iorodl,
The first 200 pere plaieij Fri. Good second car MI 2 2055.7i One iSSIC SlOtS p.r mo MI 717101
day but only 26 of them wenton Count 4& Average Words Per Linei 13-Help Want. Female l If JIll. tO sITFRenlols

the payroll Immediately I 59 Acreage
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1oC.t.v willS, real estate enperience TRUCKS
as weed cutters along city Good .horlh.nd ansst S Bdnin I Bath Apt 167 10 per

streets and two, both girls, as S.iar epen Per 'inter' Inns Ford Good Motor 1150 00 "'0.'lIdm. DISTRESS) I Ow ncr nttdtmontyl
I niew write hon lilt A OS. Cot I9SI Internal.onil. J1U500IWi I Balh I'un.h.d 10 acres 140 toltl
clerks. I II ICr rounty News N.pl. Ft.Ledy Falcon 0.1... Station wa Horn 1100 per m:. price Cell.. County Real Ettttt .

The 26 Negroes and I'uerto !4J!... ion J12JOOO, I Bdrm Furnished On Leat, -Home, Car' a"o If Ml I ''". Open SundtylFor ,

Ricans got a pep talk from City I between 35 and 4S ytiri See these vehIcles todiyLUFP port. utility'
Highways Commissioner John I II of ace Shorthand typing, and 1 Bdrm I BeIh near Kwk, trtiltr, or homttitt. even
I trtclt. IH acre S acre
CMC IKC.W : Chrk unfurnished Open"CARIBBEAN acre
knpwlnlg" of general I book ,
T. Carroll, who told them: "I Call tSlM, ' tracts with' tltclricity ondrotdt
don't want you tu think weed. work : Ninth Street, No. : REALTY Other big .cro..t trtctt.
I 17M N Trail Ml 2 III |20 dn 120 per mo and up
picking Is an unnecessary or I Needed for inwediale .mploy Naples e/' t tt Collier, County "..I Etlltt Ml

menial job.' meet. Real. E.t.t. p..onn.1. TemporalQuarters I JM Optn Sundays.7(5tfwthe .
Salary po..t..n. cenercessery (
Mayor Robert f. Wagner announced else. clerk steno Call Mr Mon !4-Trade or Sell
!Aun MI .137 1/5 Aulom.'I' ve tcrt elects 1500 dn and
the program a week Please' remit i check or money tIns, ""Ford.., SOr.aood Olund co. Will, tradeequ,ty in Lake Park IS 00 per mo. no Interest, IJ40
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ago as part of his antipoverty _ _ .. : : _ _ -J Secretary Automobile Agency :r SI&O Si* "MIR'zV6t"k' house.llo' I land 4191 City or Counly On., milt, from Golden Oalt.
program to meet the needs of Neat Attractive young lady Apt i D I or call MT 5 .'9ll City. Collier County Real Ettttt
II 1 IS Local. resident Typist BOttALMOST TRADE FOR I Ml 1)919. Open Sunday
LOT
Negroes and Puerto Large
Ricans
In Florida Demos '/((611 wths
Office Manager will trainn,
$ CAlL TilE NEWS I ORUUHI1EH bedroom, I beth home pricedat
I11h1h1$1'11It
Harlem and Brooklyn. Dealership Posting, Payroll, NEW l 1'64 Qlllil.. Mt 111,100. Mortgage payment I KNOW THAT YOU
Doth sections STAMPS etc Apply in person only lo Less than SOO mIen. I drtandird .. |b7 Want lot.
were torn by ra For Anti-Poverty RMWWUR .. r per mo city LIKE' NAPLES)
Frank S Fallen Jr 0 enen.I IM shill RAH Mint lie ,
clal rioting and looting last DRIVER'S LICENSE aneer Wood Chrynler PIV'moulh nIce, on price Call Ml 1641.] CARIBBEAN Trail, Ml I BIOS.REALTY. J'50 N YOU these can make. money with
Hill GOP Inc 'UO 'th Street No b.t.en 7 pm.end I propertIes.as
month. Against .
; ' :: 4/2S Chill Acres Prime (ubdivlt on
The youths hired by the DURING YOUR PUBLIC NOTICE a/\ IIE.p..ncod- :... Sile
i Itv WASHINGTON AP Five 01Flmlda' 10 Acrt Economy Subdivision,
( )- "t TRADE Off SklLTampa
will get $1.50 an tour, and many 8JRTHMONTHI RESOLUTION will,... wantodSeaHelec 19(0 4 Dr Fllron WAulo Area. 70 large wooded Silt,
said they'd representatives, all WIIERrAS .1 5.rsn's, 71260 IfYeiinB Transmission New Brakes. II Acres AAA I Waterfront
spend a Urge jurt upon the lIen of loll overlooking Tampa lI.vW.II
Dtmof'rats voted the Complete tuna up I&0 Cnbe Subdivision Site,
against
the PAM MEVA CORPORATIONFlorid. for in Col
of It on clothes. 10' Q.III. t Buck 9MhAv trade property .
boy 0' woman seen. Perry 4SlFl Pnmt Business Trail
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proposal Friday to strike out PUBLIC NOTICE corporation and THE. end wailrnns (ponience net North Naplei tie M I lie' or Lee Co Coder County ,
---- the clause Presl. SOUTH NAPLES SHORES COMPANY necest.ry Apply Andy' Pit" Real Estate Ml 2 3919 Open No ronl'f'V.' No told
enaitlng on
dent Johnson's antl.poverty bill. vacat, INC, abandon. Florid, 'discontinue. corporationto and. Barb ecuioefior Z PM". If Sundays n _. t/t .. c:: :; : . -

Brown Will Hack They weret Dante Fascell RESOLUTION PUBLIC VACATING WAY vale clone street the ,following Avenue, public boulevard, or and prl \VATCH FOR Have Client 1"1"lad In T.II See mt today 0 M LUFF
WHEREAS the Board of 14-Help Wanted Mile ton Co RI R E
County ins Waterlront lot Op Broker
Don Sam Gibbons road. or easement
Fuqua D.R. Commissioner. of Collier' County d',d, alley Apertment Contact Phil, Keys 421 tin St No ,
Bill Cramer All of Joyce Avenue with theRoyel
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Rep. Matthews and Claude Pepper. pursuant to Florida 1 Statute 3J6 09et Palm Terrace Subdivision, Witer A Sewer Plant operatorfor SPEEDYCOMING 01 Napltt I
The seven others Including '011. and the authority Herein., Unit, I .. platted and recordedPlat plant 'in the Naples Area' Lucille OIls Bob JaegerVirg 71Z..4.IM .
For Re-Election (rented' publish notice, publicheermg Send rest,m* and Salary ra 'n Marcum
Book I I. Pag 35 Collier
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the state's two Republican to be held at 11, a clock juird! to Box 417 Naples Flor Aer.".* I
AM, August 4 1964 at the CourtHouse County ocod..nd Ida 1/4 St A Tract 0' 1121 00 Per A
TAMPA (AP>-Tom Fairfield House members, voted for the East 'Naples Florida. to also DEWEY POLLY This. i it an tuctlltnt investment I
chairman motion which would have killed consider the .dv..bltty. 01 ctosn., All of th ecntnuan' cc of JoyceAvenue or Farm L.nd
state Republican ,
Brown further
loll feet South being MANAGER; TRAINEE 10 Acre traclt W3 IS' an loin
says he Is supporting Wll. the bill. The motion was defeat renouncing abandoning any and end vacating all interest. and of ol described. a* that part ol' th* ERcllnt Opportunity, REALTY ot Capri Hi way, new proposed
ed 225 following, land In Section II, Township man h'gh school gnduate' 1 Manse l.lani| >lOde.
to 197.PUBLIC. seid County and the in and to .. Naplesft
\Him Cram r fyr re.electlQbllt public yn.'tI.' 4M1t) it m M I
50 Sooth R.n JbE I lo POsed
described limit 21 years t of'hi : Adiacerfl lend togsidtrably '
*, the following way, here hWI Corner Av* loTam.ami .
ho would'hrA1 sty wietlei"thelrpre.primary matter described and The West M fort of the veers, Planned management Trail I Highar than our*. Good
lest of the Fist IH feet of .
the Car b
riming program Modern em larma Open Sunday
WHEREAS sad hearing
feud U forgotten NOTICE public West (71 3 feel of Lot 121 of N*. pleyee beneIs In per MI lUll bean Really I/SO N. Trail I Ml
had and held the and
was on day Groves and Truck Company Q A C. F n.'rt; l/l tf ./t I tfOuick
The subject came up Friday lime' end place appointed, and eh; Cls ton Corp 211 SkIll
Farms No 1 tccording to 9th St So Naples. '1.,
when Cramer, U.S. Republican REQUEST FOR BIOS Interested persons given opportunity TRADE OR SFLL >i MS oerert '
the plat thereof as recorded in I 4 t t. w l If itaal acres
Tht CommiMionir ol the North to be heard and ORLANDO Small modr'nhome Collitr "Rod E*.
representative from St. Peters. Plat Book I at Page 17 Collier County
WHEREAI. It II doomed by sad cold. clear Large eeks citrus
N.pl.i Fir Control Dutrlct will and north ofa Moler Ml 11(1*, Optn Sundtyt
County lying grader Ittt
burg suggested a summit meet. .. id bids Board to b* In the bent interest ot eperetor only en.periercnd : trees and aiealet, etc Clotr lu
rocovi prat.a.a on state drainage ....m.nt an described need apply Mid.way .If w.tt
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the and the public. and ill I churches schools I shopping cen
Inc of state Republican leadersto W.dn..d.v. S.pl.mbtr Sod .t t,M County in Deed Book 21 Page 127. 2 un ell II20Cemetery Will i tell for:
P M .t tht North N.pl. fir* hoots, Interested perton. th t Mid way or Collier County records lens trade or property SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
solidify their fall campaign( on South Strut Pin. R,dffSI ,o.d b* v.e.t.d. WHEREAS. nubnequeot to said In Naples E H Neutthaler ACREAGE
foals. On. ((1) Int.rn.tion.l chs NOW THEREfORE 'E IT RE, Petition. Ihe Board of County Corn Lot Ills, Morris Street Orlando NOW S sore tracts located
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tit. Modtl C 1300 with' 1)1 Inch SOLVED by the Boerd of Coun' miss, ,ocers published in the Collier, Florida; Phone Garden lust ana mile from U B' II.Elrtne .
Cramer said, in a statement; wh..l b.i.. IClel.S2 CommiHioner of Collier County. County News, also known at the It It57Houses an ta IhIn properly with
released In Washington that he Fir truck unit to b* builton Florid pursues to the authorityabove Daily News a newspaper of general I Sacrifice, sale 01 I spaces In your own car and compare iteieinsl
cited th.t and ill
had chiint .st.rr.d' to *bov*. with .ny and interest circulation, In Collier County, Florida ChO'C'' ..e.on 0' cemetery If For Sale any other! Only IIIdown
such of sod the
suggested a meetingto 400 gallon link and lddipon, l (quip County pub.' a Notice of Public Hearing, on urcllased direct would sell for full price '''I. For
Sen. Barry Goldwater and mint prncrlbtd; In tpoillction' >. lie in the following descrIbed property said Petition' a certified copy of Situ Pleete make oiler Wll. further Intermatieeceelacl'
: to wilComrrencing Beth Sw mmmg'
that Brown had indicated he cop *.no when, way b* obtmd :; t the Southeast said: Notice: being attached: hereto ham. Nudeb Line' Hollow Road ) Bdrm: 2 100 Gull D T Jane Enterprises. IncMldwey
cornor Shrubs en
iron Louise Sichu smuts* So of Lot 15 Coconut Creek, .. Ehbt, "A". and, I En port. P.nn2110at Pool', Nice Sand Beach 11140. P 0. Boa 171:
would agree rtry. Poll Oftic Bon IOM N.. WHEREAI. II the dale .nd. hour ront White
Unit No I. a* recorded In PlalBook Sell
Cramer and Brown supported pit*. Florid I. page InS ot the Public spar I ed In said: Notice a Public i & Found I Jwner Bdrm annous 2 hw Brick Veneer
Fir Commsionersrss.rv.
The Hearing was held and no obiecliontr7rR
Record. of Collier County FlorId tarpon, Fire Place Walk toSea 61-Income Property
opposing slates of GOP convention the r sht to rict, any or ill bid t hence S. 0 14 10C 1.4 now !" *' School,
*; degree "rJOARDOF ; Gale
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delegates: In the svrlne.Cramer's with' or without, cause ind/or to : M feel to the South Line, ofaid BOLVEO BY THE r 1100 lock gas tank cap I Bath Fit, Rm Carport
1 Bdrm 1CUMI' I'HOI'tKn'Why
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accept the bd that in its |uds"<*nt COUNTY COMMISSIONERS with several I keys attached Was SOON
Coconut Creek Unit No I Rm Sea view awn
slate lost. During the will, b* In the bttt Inlirot el' tie t for PLACE OF BEGINNING. COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA. AS lost Monday evening near BeBrid'e ,ns'.. in utility Beautiful S omen 10 (len'1.fli. ha vsnoeoe loped property

campaign, they exchanged criticisms Ontrict. thane* (long sold I South Lin' S FOLLOWS Pure Oil tletion LollMt NAPLES Owner Traniferad. EiCalient Have J houses on 4 Ms Cily
S'|ned: Fir Commlitlonir M degree* li JO" W, IOJ7 M feet I That since the recording of the I J96I5m .._ 1/' TO Condition water i IV cable All fur
EDWARD J. HALLICV, 10 the East line 01 5l.ie RoadS Plal ot Royel Palm Terrace Subdivision New retirement Home on flick thad, A rented N overela 5
Reached In Tampa, Brown p.d.nt 55$. IS encealon g the ..,d East the dedication has not been I lean Ava under Construct :will; you gal a bargain like IhinfMcsl )
said he knew GEORGE' GEISLERSc Lne I roen 20' tO" W, 'om.lly .ccopl.d by the Board of 44-Mobil. Homes The only one unsold of I 17 New bl cith deal Domestic
nothing about lire.. f.et; rh' : N 59 i degree Z5' 1:0 County Commissioners of Collier, \ __ Homes built on this Street IBdrsm trouble H W Welkins. till
Cramer's meeting proposal. But JOHN SHUFF E.14) 91 feet thence S 17 deireelM County Florida I Beth, Screen Porch P,nelanrf St Naples. Ml t 400
he Fir, Chef 40" E f 04 feel thence 101 71 Z That sInce tIe recording <>' Ihe J Bedroom ttailer, 10' wide, ul lily. Air cond lionetOpen 7/11 i sif62Business
I said he welcomed all cooper. Auj. >. IS 23. 30. lit <23' feet along the an ot i circular Plal ot Royal Palm I orr.ce Sub folly furnished Hn b's relrie, Carport sunday'sCARIBBEAN
atlon and support for the fall curve concave to the Northeast division' the following dedication. ol crater, fro.... combn.on, 45'Ownirn REALTY .
campaign. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT ridiul 9941 feel chord bearing Joyce Avenue within, the limit dl S 2 utlly, cabinets J750 N Trail Ml HIM Property
scribed In the first paragraph ol Mt I bill 5/0 St
COLLIER COUNTY. E 103 II ." i If
I When IN AND fOR ,,00ltod.tf.PL1: ru this, resolution. has been : -
never ac
questioned Brown FLORIDAIN ; OF BEGIN id ft Mobile I horn. Fur Trail, Fronlaga 120 0 front
It by
I would not state that the prl. RE ESTATE CHEEK OF SING Creek: being unit* part No I of. sad subiect Coconut to' said copied. dedication by use ol has the never public been, in used fact 0 / REULT$ "..h.d > .Bedroom. full bath. IM )It..:.SI Sale No blll-:;" Florida foot Between Naples Coiliar and Mafco Co.
THOMAS LANE Cuh trm Turnoff
Conditioned or (Hand
Air
I mary feud was forgotten. a d rainege aol ulolotv, .Otoflefltover by the public and further said dadcation room I Oath 4 Carport I
"" Clll liter' I 00 em Ml 2 t>4l Real Estate MI I !*>* Open
I "I am 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS the South 30 feet. is only 30 feet 1 ,inches ''n Block' from I< wk Chak Priced III.wt
enthusiastically sup. All end.tor* of t heent.ie pf be end the name 'herob ,s, ubad, widthS at appraised value ol til.100 00 Sunday
I i porting all Republican candl. THOMAS LANE CHEEK deceased oned. vacated, renounced. sclaimed, : That the Board riereb ro.co"d 45-Trailers For Rent Low down payment t>' 00 per
lutes across the slate Including are hereby not,fid *nd r.quir.d to...nlh.lldT'Of n 'fthR ubendonn, dscetstieaen, monlh I* qualified buyer Cell Business P.op..IV
clams' or dmnoi which RESOLVEDthat renounces and disclaims any r ght Dick Hilt, at I4JOJ Day Co..m..c..1. Trait. Froolace.tks .
Vllllam Cramer," be said thy tle *may ny S.seaga'nstsa, ,d nut a copy ol this' Resolution Proof of the County and the Public or any 'V railers $0 a woeS. mttt TV. f. S. If 0 SI Il' Ceepatonerh'rlos.
Although Goldwater the GOP ,n the otlic, of th* county |jud.. of Publicet ot Notice of Public, 'interest therein to Ih* following sit a .tok 5 paces It a w*.k unable Price Or own' mill
of Loiter, County, Florid. in the Hearing. end Proof of PublocIIon, dedication JOYCE AVENUE; within Rock Creek Tre.ler Pars lot csvnd.r Trading for screage.
residential nominee, supported courthouu .l East Naples. Florid, ol Notice of Adoption' of This Reno the limits described in the I first 4/sif' Pine, Ndg, horn on aer. '
th ear OP"A'"I': dtN
from sCion, be recorded the deed paragraph of this. resolution and Neerly nw I bedroom w REALTY
he Cramer slate he has stated *. en,nsoCa i lndir month m records ADVANTAGE .000Apertment
the date of tIle tirtl, public, *!,on olthi ot Collier County, Florida, that said' land does not constitute Of THIS QUICK port and screened porch III 1715 N Tna'I 1.41 I.ISS
1'iat he will run his campaign dmnd DATED this h of C slit or federal ghwy house downtown Ne tl
,* not,c* Each el.'im or | day Augult For Rent e/' s.
1 rough the regular state organ. moot b* .n writ,n and must State She THE BOARD OF THRIFTY WAY TO PROfiT.. 48-Apta.. Diet, 4 on* bedroom units and
th. place or r*.,d.nc* end po.tollic BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS inemotet, room, |tt.COO Good
| atlon. *ddr*.. ol the diimint. ind COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (lEAL) PLACE A WAIIT AD IN THIS III.nc. On Week, en Term. 6S-Gen. Real Estate
-., --.---- null' b* worn to by the cluminthi (SEAL) Collier County, Florid Month, (IRIS MOTILI 1.41 CBS two bedroom plus two bed
...nt. or hi,* ttorny or itwll By DEWEY POLLY By DEWEY POLLY IIJOJ or MI 0 5155SUEDSOOM ream one beth efficiency |l'*.200Near Motel Special: IMOO will
bacom vo,d iccording to lw Cha rman """" teWVsK NOW TO REACh THOU ""' Lake Park School hand: :) IS ,snils an US 41 ..loseto
ICan't Paint Fire DATE' J ATTEST ATTEST UNFUMNItMED town Cell' er Reel
rEltA M CHEEK 'I' Scott M.r.r. T ScottCI.k UAr APT GREEN ACRES MI One bedroom doDlee completely halt Estate Ml I HH Cotl. Ih,tf
E..culn,. of the Estate of IZ'; of Circuit, Court I ARE LOOKINtrO* 3 19. 1111 If lu.n..hed. Near sly

Hydrant Orchid Thorn** Lnt Cheek Aug' I"'UM' o2al Aug_ I, 1164 ___ r?<0 112.SOO,
YOUR U._ OFf._ .II.,., sin 110 sino Two bedroom CBS Tirrino GOT A NOSE
July 19 ;fAu'g" i. lth4 I BINGHAMTON (AP) Roses .! TV, Ai' Cand Mt 4th Neples It.900. VALUES?

| e red, fire hydrants too, and ----- Ace So Ml ? lii l". CBS 4 bedroom I bath swim FOR

] the city of Binghamton no REAL ESTATE SALESOPPORTUNITY SABLE shORES APTSMl eoanioobirs mine pool Ike In :'i.1'4r. cMt.0' city Waterfront will ac.e.nmodala Apt Houao 10 Lot Apt In*.

ftier hue will do. Who Can Dolt? 00196KellLned CBS I bedroom I bath overlook |IN 00 dn liDO 00 per month
1 That's what Mrs Charles Dole Bnd Ar000 Ave ,ng lake doontewoel no .5 tInes I for three years

lovchin, learned after she UNITED FARM AGENCY, APT CON REPel 714( last Lake Driv |24,SOU Air Conditioned
the notion's lending, rool Nice I b.doo.'pt Unfurnlth Downtown I bedroom frameS
tinted the fire hydrant in II'anther loin ad with stone 4 rfr f C.,. .. blocks from beach II MO 'Immed,at* Possession t bad
I home orchid color titot* orjonliotionHri port storeroom C.nt'.lIy lo Term |)M town $6) 00 '".. room 1 bethe I block t* boot
an on unuo/ol opportunity cited near beech SOt 00 per launch. ramp Sean HI school
IA city public works crew ta a quolilid. man orhuiband These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Lines. month ylf round RandolphFuller LOACH Drape 4 Carpets Mi parma

painted the orchid-colored hy.nt and wife tom fa rV/.tf. Realtor Ml 2 Hot, BILL '" ,!About I HMO Dn only

to Its original red Friday. servo oi branch manager REALTOR More In Next Month

tirs. Bachovchln likes orchid. Request tK. brochut They ore EXPERIENCED and READY to serve you EBB TIDE APTS lit Hh Ave to, Large Pine Studded Lot t bedroom .

|r porch furniture and petunl. YOUR FUTURE and -- Weekly Monthly tee tan MI' .111' L.,.. Fla. room. Ma
UNITED FARM AGENCY hoaenPeneied. Only I9MOi -
are that Modern furnithed efficiencies '/' If
| color.
and leers the full d.toili t bedroom *ptt. | 00 per ma mortgage Will'
|>ut city officials Informed her about this opportunity ANSWERING SERVICE I ROOFIM.Vooft SEAWALLS Kelly Pd E Naples consider. low down payment.

had violated water depart. through e aronol' dilcunion : Pete HOMES BY STONE Six 'nit Furnished Apt.

nt regulation The penalty with our district IIM DOWN moves lu.III.d Owner. want offer en thl*.

lid be a $25 fine, 25 days. in Islet inanagar. writ toi else Tiph. **....**.1 anneeregsa'ei.s attt win Ifl SajiTE: ionyea WHITE Beaur.fne mrs e>"y..v'pro sEA \V ALLSCO"U'IU Air" Cond APT..Ironed FOR furnithid RENT efV'o'e'tcv' one..uy.'.v in*.labi NEW,*. )s.BR hurry Mm. Only ireperty Downtown Strategically locate

B, or both. UNITED FA"M AGENCY .pace md .......enitt 'v.co acts. and scan. an, rots ,,, Apt, near beech andSen
WOOD 7I month. MoUl Siteor
ROCN DOWN |
Oil I4HI, ,estimate Ml' I lISt IMOO pr month MId.may 1100 per Dunn** or
Richard W D, NAPLES
[hey indicated they would Goddord COO HM /ltf Sans i BR trade in home onpalmetto
CLEANING Foundation South of
tnct Sales Manogir. P 0 A PAINT Piles Cl off Kelly "Rd a 1W Just Punt
I ** .. U. 41 1100
1 any plans for prosecutionf T m ?---r-fcaJ_ l *oV Cord en down
Ban Hi Eutfit Florida INSPECT our I've' home now ..
Do'ki-Moonng pal en monthly term at .
she would drop the paint 32726INVESTMENT RADIATOR REPAIRS WhipsABBOTT 49-Houies For Rent under construction on IllS Ave lntrsl for I years Buy foruwMlmint
h. % So between 7th 4 Ith Its .
I | jA( tH Automate lnydeobn
Will there my horn. wits' ." priced from 114,951 la $11150
! A JlooUrvjfcrJSJ othar lady For pirticulir I IMi Call witH' good term Large Country: LotS

Ac Radiator Rtpurt Radio Road 141)1 1/4 MR HANDY MAN If ,eu.." minute' ta High School |1|
Oil tank S do your awn painting eleclrieel . per front foot easy terms. I
repaired welding Ba
a .
Ire fill 144M masonry ar lendtceplng
I Steam cloning Gunt Noose for One. nI'Ilewate ,
etc 15 eeseessa...... mowing TRADE IOUCITID ,
sick no delinerylIre ;n':: city uo 00 per such' sells toward your down
Dave .1...). Ml 1 4JM RIP RAP SEAWALLS 1 0: 1/4 payment en a now home. BURTON BROTHERS

3 Block To Beach Large ? bedroom furnlthedtnadawl WILLIAM' B STONE INC Rag Broker with Imperial

24-Umt Apartment Site ant, ROCk GROINS Swine w'h*..*. ScnaoT'MI. t Soar"W M Tenth St Builder North Ml 1 17)1Ttoyel P. Propartio O Set SOB .

RUBBER STAMPS Crt.<* ieewlli, dock lM Palm' Dr, immecul.le Office" t UOS
$22,300 Terms I WUHIflDSYACHT CBS home Now wall to wall After Hour 53320 I.M37
oiari and aaitlM For rant until., Doc lt fnrcOMpla carpet I bath. dan and t trtility T/llstf,
an'y B..ut'ul, Ar Con .
room* Many oitras MAR
CALL THE .\RUHONDRCDOIVG dlioned) guest nous* HOC 00rm LOWE. 4 BECK. 41) Mr) Ave' 66-ln.ullnc.
NEWS FOR BROKERAGE
THOMAS E. McBRIDE Realtor *>. plus utlhtie Annette South. Ml I Mil. 7/Swstf(
RUBBER 8TAMPCommerci.I CO. "*. Haaltor. Ml 1571,
Complete Nepioe Listing S/4 ItAIt..cliv. parrorm u. n,...I.I. ,-.;. M...,.. e.v: ".y'"i
j 'me InbOard Beet From 21 Oiedj*, Drogl ,n. ,..a Scone N... waft t. ....II Plan Auto Homo OW""..
532 Park St. So. MI 2-6844 Printing Bob Martin Ml I 2 J757 ..,pot 2 ....... doe eel I sOil.&h7" : .
8'M"k end Otilai w.,. t Bedroom f beth .. JAfQER INSURANCt
Theft Tops . 5mffi Chris c..ft Sales Near BeauS furnished Ml t./M' C 50r x.Ml :tltMA;. VI tin Av*. North
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WHERE O oFREEUUioo
gels Sunday, August I, 1964

I _ SHOPPING J"1 Green Stamps I

f a e4 I VMfc. fhb cow.,<**...fi '
Hold
Transient
Armour's Star Boneless Canned Hams3lb.
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A IS A
con $2.29 <=>

I i t : 'ARMOUR'S STAR 8 r .o 'promXX In RapeSlayingOf

PUOLIAQ i BONEUSSPLEASURE : QQ oI j Q91QoO) \! Two GirlsJACKSON


: % MARKKTS1 ,. ... 100 00 l FREEX>tiO 0I wyo. (AP) A
/ slightly built, nervous ex-soldier
ha* been charged with flrst.de.
; CANNED J" Green Stamps pree murder in the laying of
r0, I >4MI(lit Uu...<*4.wd<.M.*! two young\ daughters of an 1111.
s: Any Style luttri Crimt Hair Spray nols Cir,'uit Court fudge
entered
\IIMt'w Pules,21, no
14-os. 99c plus fox
con ,
... .. .. !plea ind twiddled his finger
irt> w. A. It IM4
HAMS when he appeared barefoot In
D
I OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOO Justl.e Court Friday on a
charge of staring Debby and
Cindv) Mi Aul iff*, 12-and g.year.
FREE IOOI Ma wood. HI., girls, while
th .::: 3.b. 229 -S I hotel. I
Stamps
J7Oroon/ .
con Pllewan bound over to Dls.tn
I .Iill fell(Mr**-4 fll>d....'l ,.t Court without bawd
YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE The two girls were, raped and
5-oi. jar $1.15 angled t'arl.Frilll)' morning
PLUS 100 EXTRA FREE '' ., .'.,ref i WN., Aul IM4 rI U h.11'. Iheli sikter. Susan,6,slept
.
Y I \ 4: X. GREEN STAMPS a So 0 O O' Q 0 00 ""Count IILtSusawas. attoineHojd not harmed.' King

WITH COUPON! snl\ Plieuas barefoot and '
4 ; tif si.n. 'tics* when caught in the
f PRICES EFFECTIVE d IOO FREE IOOI .:"IiDom' l bi theft father, Clr.
alt LoUr Judge Robert. M( Au.Itlle. .
MOM., TUES., & WED., J"; ( Green Stamps Mi Aulllff and his wife
... UIMO 11.11. hni(. t clam show on
.
..._
AUGUST 10, 11, 12, I I ra wL.rAw.4 tin mini n,'or ol I the hotel when
FRISKIES CAT FOOD ,
hi' he nd '
.1 i (oin motion ands
$Nyy 1964! 2-lb. pock 49cr1 '
I ..... .. : IIII',7ItII' : the gills loom. i iHe I
;
; ; W Aul ia IK4 I'tVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVU uphtJiis''' and found '
''I Bumble Bee Brand White Meat Doll i and I Cliid\ stead. PIxK?)'
wan hinp on the floor. MiAu.
Swift'i PremiumCorned \line held, the nun hut II officers
Chunk Tuna 6ta 43j l! .ii i iu'd. ,
Beef lb 65Swift's : 100 FREE UU IOO At Hit ,pit'llinlnaix, hearing! ,
Ji,'ksmi iKilliemail Junes Jen. u'
Blue Ribbon PurplePlums xoo J" Green Stamps >sin suit I I a uuk alHint 31/,:: Indies I
Premium Super Size Chopped Ham or .ilk Me! (..p.>Wd c-d.u..4 < In ill.imHcr was round in the ho. \
29Swift's CRISCO OIL tel, ni"nu. Mii|! slid. the older L,
45 . .2o; 39 k'lil apiiienllhad| been struck [i
New Loaf 24-01. bat $
England pkg: : -.rtu WM M,. with the ioik.. Although the [j jvouncei I
Conned Corned Rill wis Klunpled 1 I liKlnp
m 'o''OOOS ::: : : '
Sizzle Seeled Premium LabelSwift's ooo snid there I was no evident I I
Beef Hash 303 29 she had, It-en I 1 beaten.
'. 69' . cano Shetlll offlieis mid<1 there fc
Franks
. 2 ;,. 50mEF lfEAm50 was no ippaicnl leiHunh> \' lh5e2.u'Iht f
Upton's Famous LabelInstant ctdl lulled! Plxlev had t
Tasty J" Green Stamps his shoes, OIL Ills Nhoes were not '

TeaOl; ;, 79 ; with lhi|coupon.nj w.d..e.I( I lonnd.The Mi, Aulille uiiih hid I I
. .
Trout Fillets 49'GIANT SteoV been '
lb. Cooked Quick Cubed or Pepper niotoiini. (In ouch the Went
Mrs. Bell'i SmoothPeanut 20-01. pkg. 89c on i fivi ueekai.illnii dip.Tlic .
\' had U-i'ii In Jackson two

Butter 'If;i1); =' 25C SQ1Q./ lQi iQ9m Q108 01 tWnwal'1'11I Platen three dis hint \(hail lilti.h',oiiiill-led, simidinga | :i

a \' and a hair ovemeis.Police .
'< P !50meF O 50I at I>,ilUs, Ore, Plx.
lei's Ixnhood, home, mild' :1 WoIl'.
J" rant rot hH arrest hidU'cn Is.
Green
cfffirt specials Stamps sued AnI!. 4 on II UnenychatRe
with< end ..fdi. .11(
I ii|ceupM p M .
lie had 1 IM-CII :II"'UNI'.t of
I\ p OVX/ Blades
Perionna Stainless Steel
DETERGENT SPECIAL i being In iMisscn.slim of II btolen
Krofl'l Chttt SpreadVelveeta pock of 5 79c automobile, In Uivenpoit<. ,
;NANNerI ; ',;'.'; 89* rt: ru re- Wed, *..., U IftAJl r;::, leased Wash, on Julv :23! but was re.

., .. 00000000000000000000

Beth Crocker Dtlicioui Oat
17 150 imE.'fl.reAO 50I Jurors To Get
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'Nut Bread = 59

I TIDE J1l Green Klan Murder

I a**l't coupon.
frozen foods o RAID ROACH & stampJ| Case This MonthATHENS

14-os. con Ga, (AP) Evt.
Horn Wed., A.. dente against four Athens white
Minute Maid Pink or RegularLemonade f1B01.
men charged with the slaying ofa
9t. 49c 6 6-01. 69'Chtl'i Washington, D.C., Negro Is
pkg. coni expected to be presented to a
'EA00 grand Jury this month.
r Fraitn 50 Solicitor General Clete John

*1 _'' limit 1 per customer with GREEN Waffles . . ''Pk9' 19* l romEj.'Jl/ . *. could son week said be of brought Friday Aug.31.to that trial the duringthe four

0 purchases of $3.00 S..e Wp a SIAM P8 Johnson said the stale "would

or more. Patio Combination Mexican; stampJ prosecute the murder charge
L ... ,. very vigorously If the evidenceIs
d ti Dinner . .p ? 39 IVaI. .r" W.d A. there."
The four, identified by the
FBI as Ku Klux J Klansmen,
were named In state warrants
charging murder in the shotgun

r W r 'T -- Folger's FlavorfulInstant Penn slaying was of shot Lemuel to death S. Penn.on a

lonely road during the early
s. morning hours of July II, His
I I Coffee 'i 99Climit auto was blasted with shotgun
_. fine.
. COMBINATION ( 1 per customer with purchases of $3.00 or morelLibby's ) US. Commissioner Glrlard
and Hawkins held the four under
KITCHEN
$25,000 bond each after a hear.
Pineapple-Grapefruit
BAR-B-Q SET Ing on federal charges brought
i
under the new Civil Rights Act.
ALL 3 PIECES99C' Fruit Drink A 19C Hawkins said one of the four,
e o James S. Lackey, 28, a gas sta.
,, e lion attendant, admitted com.
P.r.e < r.lly.uf Hunt's Tangy plicity In the slaying and 1m.1IIcated .
aiilclow e king the other three.
Indent I
wmt couroN .ad ruacNASI ,f$taoo M atom 1 15F murder chargeswere
state
The
Tomato : ,,
Catsup ;:r
111JA ( . Ft ti 1-A1 o brought to the Athens Jail
Friday. They were signed by
I & P Flavor PerfectSliced H.L. Pulliam, a deputy sheriff
in Madison County
The others charged are Her.
3.PIECE Beets Ito bert Guest, 37, garage operator;
CARVING can Cecil William Myers, 25, labor.

-- Hunt's Healthful er, and Joseph Howard Sims,
SET 41, machinist.

Tomato Juce..0. c19c

99c 'New' College

President Lines

tot'' $MM OS Na.N . . c/oirii produce fane Up With Adams

MIAMI (AP) The presidentof
I J New College has called on
Florida to take Its
covsu toot clop XNtrf U. S. No. 1 All Purpose system out of politics.Dr. .university
.,7-i.J. George Baughman, whose
4Pt. HANG-UP I college will open near Sarasotanext

i CHEF SET ;_ _- : hurting fall Its, said Image the by state allowing was

10 49CWHERE politics to Interfere with the
Potatoes eb.:
-11--9 universities. Without Improvingthem
t 99c ... Baughman told a civic
club Friday Florida will never
attract science and Industry.
wmt CWrON awl &CHAII Baughman ts the latest public:
Of'' stall 011 efoen SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE! figure to take sides In the grow.
Ing dispute about how to run
Florida's higher education sys.
VAlUAltf it SttOOPpJ 1 1 1 ____ IINJ. STURE HOURS tern.The
dispute developed after
6-PIECE '-=- 7. .JI w "\" r; Mon. Thurs. Gordon Blackwell resigned as
- president of Florida Slate Unl.versity .
STEAK SET :; 8:30. : 6:30: and Secretary of State
''i Friday Tom Adam said he left out of
frustration with the admlnlstra.
W1KSIOXOKU1C '
!.- .. MARKtTSI 8:30 9:00: tin setup.
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: NA.wu President Franklin I D.
tOM / Onat: .
COUrON M4 PIWCMAM .teleoo.rMOrn : : .. : 1 name of the "United
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HYANNJS PORT Mas. AP
( SECTION B Sunday, Aufuat 9. 19(1I
HusiMM was too good for
nl Try the sidewalk stands run \bjmotes '
14 and nephews of the late
resident John F, "knnd'. '\' .
They closed up shop Friday' "I t
after customers and tourists in 'et klr
this: seaside community. had fi' "" I"t"
snarled traffic near the Kenne
.compound .
f. The children, operating from : ,"
oranfe-erate' counters, offered : .
postcards, medallions and sou*
venire to raise funds for the
Kennedy Memorial Library to
IH built in DoMon ,{
s' J :;
w
r They raised Ilt'arh $50 In two
days front flabt>l'rla5tedt'ur.\ .
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iris who became willing buyers
llrltlirKT: : !U)0\hl: IS 90( -Herbert !Iluo'rt! > :iM I'n'>ldt'nt t.t the I"nit.'d SIIh, , "l , Hs I' in ,i\\', ,I when they learned the Identities
I'.ranth: Iowa, on ,\unust! 10 l 18 74, in the MIH, |h'>.t t frame house t.t'n i abort The I dog, ,1 i I kll i I. .. the nun. "+ itnothr of the storekeepers +r
I future engineer humanitarian and prc-ulcnt (Him into the world The IS +v ,<< ay''1 ''II Its rho' iMitcnu-nt: , growing economy I'hsses S, Grant was In lu' second term .is president ttnii ,i I' ,., bit<'1'I I lloovei! b ith Prof Hyannis Port's narrow street
Alexander Graham Bill had produced the hrvt Munssful electric telephom Such 1 j,1,i>t tl< seems the dim past Vet Herbert (louver 1I1.ln.?i th.it t1 I ,< h\ e. in< wee "IH| | uppi.,IUI,,i i lIi.ln', iu ,t nadunL (loi I thi moon be called to direct traffic.



I Herbert Hoover Marks 90th Birthday Monday out kids were And of derided business too the enteipilslng successful reluctantly and Kenned', went then



ByJULEbLOH But the light has grown dim ini were called Hoovervilles, news 1 Hoover Is certainly- a wonder,,, he gut a chuckle when a sixth The little storekeeper were --,
rr NEW YORK (AP) In hl9Uh l i his steel gray eyes Ills collar papers spread over park 1 bench i and I wish we could make hint i grade class In Enid, Okla., the children of the late presi. SECURITY I SHADOW Mrl. John F Kennedy.
( year there Is nothing that fits loosely around the once tenants were Hoover blanketsand >'President of the United States. named a pet ground squirrel dent's brother, Atty. Gen Robert widow, of late President appears within. Shadow of POlIce I
Herbert Clark Hoover would like thick neck and his health Is con. signs carried by bonus'There could not be a better Mr. Hoover, then discovered It F. Kennedy, and his sister, man -- am of Security force inlgnid for hr arrival N, V
more than to hike three miles< slderably feebler than that of marchers said "In Hoover, we iM.e was a girl. One of his favorite
over a rugged rocky mountain." the robust Adams. He hasn't trusted, now we're busted." Hoover never bothered to a n. stories li about a youngster -----
On the eve of his 90th birthday,, been out of his Waldorf TowersI Those who now look at Hoov.. aver the personal abuse leveled years ago who asked him for
I Herbert Hoover, the grand of I I suite since May 22 a year ago er's life and accomplishmentscan i against htm. "No man can three autographs, explaining It
,t man of the Grand Old Party,, when he got dressed and went view them without emotion.> catch up with a lie," he r.*.took two Hoovers to get one MEATS
i would enjoy nothing better downstairs against his doctor's al distraction They are able to coned "If the American peoplii cBabe Ruth
But there will be no mountain i I orders to pay honor to the astro see him not as the architect 01 i wish to believe such things Hoover writes everything, ,
hikes for Herbert Hoover. For naut Gordon Cooper The exer. the depression, to use the 1932 about me, it cannot be helped. from ponderous books to lettersto Western
several years now he has i I tion was more than he couldI phrase, but as the engineer of 1 Instead he has contented him. children, In longhand with a h.
tramped his beloved fields an I I take and he went right to bed. A programs that saved more thana self with retirement to what he pencil. Typewriters, dictating "
fishing streams only in hit;i few weeks later he fell seriously billion persons from famine calls his "comfortable( monas. machines, even ball point pens, ( = Beef
memory of younger days. But t t:, ill from anemia and Internal after two great wars, as the ter>" In the Waldorf and busies he says, are "stimulants to ver. ar
when he celebrates his birthday bleeding head of massive studies that re.i him self with writing! his mem.i boMty
Monday and Joins Adams as the i Hoover now spends his days suited In streamlining govern i olrs, his well received "The Or. Seven years ago when he went
only nonagenarians among;: working a little, but the major ment organization, as the dedi. deal of Woodrow Wilson," Ms out to Independence, Mo., to cut to order
, former presidents, he will ex.. work he set out to do when he rated public servant who never massive four.volume account of help dedicate the library of one your
perlence once again something;: left the White House, work that has accepted a cent for his servo i Ms relief work, and a historical of his warmest friends, Harry a
denied him in the vigor of his i i as recently as last year ices, and as the voluntary head work yet to be published that Truman, a local matron flut.
life: A warm and sincere outpouring .matched his own incredible en. of a dozen educational char It a.i traces events which have fol. tered up and asked what ex. \
t of affection by his countrymen ., ergy with that of eight secretar. ble and scientific organizations lowed U.S. recognition of Com. presidents do when they retire A* IHI NIVY
To Herbert Clark Bony, lea and a research staff, Is vir. from the Boys Clubs to the munlst Russia. "Madam," said Hoover, "we
er, a man his country and even i I tually finished. Now he has only World Rehabilitation Fund. Hoover regards his pipe as a spend our time taking pills and l'
his party once discarded, this I two secretaries and seldom sits It is one of the ironies of barometer of his health. Two dedicating libraries." 'a"\ '
must be a joy unmatched ever i I at his desk. Hoover's life that political part. years ago, when surgeons removed But the Joke didn't apply to .' ,
by the exquisite sight of a Mayfly <> There Is nothing in the Impos. Isanshlp should bring him such a malignant tumor, hecat Hoover. He maintains stoutly I
dancing on a trout stream Ing suite to remind him of the grief, because he himself never up in bed a few days sites that no one should retire from 370 th St N*. Mi 2.5439OFtN
lie will receive the formal fel.icitalions ,, bitter years. had a taste for( It. the operation and asked IJ>pre. work or he "will shrivel up Into WELL: I SWAN! FeatherIn DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY teMlDAY
of the and I I Americans today were henslvely for his The a niiltance to
Congress Many He had supported Teddy pipe. talking everybodyabout
would be the
the President and the flag i: unborn, or were babies, during! Roosevelt's Republican bolt In nurse asked the doctor and the pains and pills and In. anyone' cap tit 7 ?.M,
held John
Turk
flown over the Capitol and the, the anguished days of the Great 1912, and during the 1918 doctor said all right. Hoover come tax. He has said, "when job by
White (House on that day esp e"., Depression and knew only by congressional campaign urged\ fired It up and announced with I'm not working, I get tired of above the queen's SwanKeeper
dally In his honor hearsay that shanty towns onceUi1BIj election of men who would sup. satisfaction\ through a billow of myself." |In London Chief
port Woodrow Wilson. WhenHoover's smoke, "We're back In bust Judging from the pace of his duty: an annual. expedition" Offering that Old-Time Special
name was entered fleas" BO years, there Is llltU lIkeli. railed 'swan upping, on the
without his permission In the Hoover has little patiencewith hood Herbert Hoover ever will Thames Hiver to separate Personal Service . Top
those who take themselvestoo gel tired of him self. Queen Elizabeth' swans
Democratic
Michigan primaryhe grade meats cut to taste
: drew the largest vote. Frank. seriously. His favorite lest from those of lesser moment. your
tin D. Roosevelt has been quote monial Is one from a Boys Club Scholars presume that Royal swans are unmarked; . at no extra cost
ed In a letter to Josephus Dan., that says simply "Herbert Julius Caesar gave the name privately owned swans are
gels as saying that "Herbert Hoover is a good egg." Recently of Ilibernia to IreUnd, marked on the beak. ,

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21' __ _._ yndy A.g..t i._INI 100 Years Ago Burns To Start



Atlanta Bombarded Active CampaignAfter


; Labor Day


Civilians JACKSONVILLE (AP) An ,
Are KilledBy Intensive eight weeks active

campaign for governor will be-

Lon K. Savage "was made memorable by thi i gin Labor Day, says Mayor
most furious cannonading which i Hajdon Barns of Jacksonville,
It was about breakfast time In the Democratic nominee for
the city sustained during the i
Atlanta when the first shell ex. "
siege governor
ploded on the morning of August "
The war In Atlanta had be..
At an Impromptu news con.
t 1864 100 this
years ago
come total war, and It appear ference Friday, Burns said he
week. of the
The people city were
ed only a matter of time before 1 will launch his active campaign
not too surprised shells had been
; the city fell. Outside the city, Charles of St.
> against Holley
falling on the city (for weeks, and
Sherman edged his army far with Labor
it already civilians had been killed. Petersburg a Day
ther and farther around the city,
speech at Miami before a south
But there had not been a day like
} this one. hoping to choke off aid from 1 Florida delegation of organized

Outside the Gen. William other areas. labor. _
city, Two days earUer,Sherman had 1 A f ?
Tecumseh Sherman with his armyof Burns said he will be at the
written to army headquarters In 1 I Ochsner
100,000 Federals was tighten. Clinic In New Orleans
his the and Washington "We keep hammer next week for an annual phyil.
Ing grip on city on
tog away. all the time, and thereIs !: cal check. e
Confederate of
the army Gen.
no peace inside or outside ol Y .,
v N'al ',a r John. B, Hood who was defendingIt Atlanta... One thing is certain: ,, Burns said he will be an ale IM1Y

whether we get Inside Atlanta or 1 ternate delegate at the Demo.
Hood's artillery answered the cratlc National Convention in
not, It will be a used.up com.
Federal fire, and soon the full Atlantic City will vote for Pres.
munlty when we are done withIt. i I ,
firepower of both armies was ." ident Lyndon B. Johnson and
. lobbing shells back and forthas Next week Burning In the i, will campaign with Johnson If
the people of Atlanta suffered Shenandoah Valley. the President comes to Florida.
tragic losses
Wallace Reed, young Atlanta
writer, described the bombard.
Junior Editors Quiz -
ment as follows, according to onEXPLORATION

A. A. Hoehllng his book,"Last r I .t
Train From Atlanta," (Thomas
Yoseloff, Publisher)

SHE COMES FOR ..UISStill: a popular pastime in the SHELLS RAIN
sandhllls of central Kansas is the picking of sand hill plums "Shot and shell rained In every p T :
f 1
I which grow wild In the area. Jane Hyde s pail of plums will direction," Reed wrote. "Great r* h1t
make plum butter or jelly, The fruit is also good right off volumes of sulphurous smoke
the bush rolled over the town, trailing
down to the ground, and throughthis ti teAgoQaTa
stifling gloom the sun glar. .
ed down like a great red eye
peering through a bronze color.
ed cloud. It was on this day of
horrors that the destruction of
human life was greatest among
the citizens" .
A Confederate officer was talk. rt -+ :.y -
ing to a lady and her little boy A LOVELY MISS makes a "hit" withit!! hundreds of playful fish

when a shell struck, !killing the which abound in the crystal! clear spunat Flonda's! Wiu-ki Wachec.

officer and the boy. Anotherlady The lovely mermaid is Miss Diane Fry who feeds the fish daily during I
was struck and killed by a shell the mermaids' coast attiaction.VlTERAKS
underwater shows at the Florida! west .
while doing her Ironing. A well r
known city barber was wound
ed while standing on a street Is processed and the clerk le.. POGO Walt Kellys
L corner, and he died from shock livered In two weeks 01 less
after a leg had been amputated.A Only permanent plan
young lady was struck and have a loan value.

fatally Injured while on the way it Q .. Can a peacetime veteran iLtti .lraEE00
to a shed. GREATESTYCYAGE.NSEA: ] ,?, obtain treatment in a
Many families In the city long THS
PINE RIDGEEXTENSION Ijl Veterans Administration outpatient *
since had dug bomb proofs In 7
their yards, and they spent muchof .1nSTOR'f '' J ( CORNER clinic or by a private
the VA for
the day In them. Hoehllng doctor and have pay

I wrote of an unconfirmed report Here authoritative It?
are answersby
QUESTION: Who was first to sail around the world? ..
that one bombproof, with a fame the Veterans Administration! A Outpatient treatmentor
ily of six and several neigh. questions from former service treatment by an approved 1
bore Inside It, was the target ANSWER: The first men to actually circumnavigate the men and their families private physician as well as
of a direct hit that crashed earth were Juan Sebastian del Cano and the crew of the ship Q-Under the terms of the CI certain medicines are given 1
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1_ w. lulMHM. LMo
through the bombproof* roof. Victoria Del Cano was commander of one of the ships on the loan benefit, can a veteranmort. without charge ONLY to veterans
famous voyage around the earth of which the commander-In. gage his present home to obtain (either peace time or war
MOOt."nu' eICID HOMUIfUI BUILDINGS FALL chief was Ferdinand Magellan Magellan however, died before money for other expenses? v time service) with a disability
Houses and buildings crumb. the trip wu accomplished and only the Victoria, one of the A-Only for Improvement Incurred In
I r, COlun D'Y'lOl'MfN' CDArOAAIpN led under the artillery fire. A five brave ships which started from Sanlucar, Spain on Sept. GI loans are not available to pay or aggravated ser
well known mansion, a button factory 20, 1519 returned. doctor bills, buy furniture, etc. vice.
an office building stores Magellan did not actually plan to sail around the earth. He Q-I hold a permanent plan CI .
no T..M T.a wMw TMw" and churches the of Charles V. the life ssasatl
were among was backed by the King Spain understandingbeing Insurance policy 1 need mono
buildings that were wrecked. that he was to sail to theSplce Isl."d.1Jl the. East by a ey to pay bills. Should ,I ash In U)
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Phone Mldw y l-l1J1 The day, Hood wrote later western route and claim these rich land for Spain. But wheal my policy? ACE 'BEAUTY SHOP
after many difficulties, Magellan ship reached the Island of A*. You should consider bor.
Cebu In the Philippines an unfortunate dispute with the native rowing on your policy. You may In Bonita ,
cost the commander-ln-chlef his life The other ships were borrow as much as 94 per cent SpringsAnniversary
wrecked or burned but del Cano pressed on for home by the of the cash surrender value with
THE MOON AND YOUWe shortest route, thus circling the globe: Although marked by out losing your insurance protec. '.
disaster, this great voyagegavemenagreatly knowledge tion. Once a policy is surrender Sale
of the earth Magellan Is often called the greatest navigator ed for cash it cannot be restored.
Haven't Seen All Of The 4,000 Pictures Taken By Ranger 7 In Its History who ever lived Q-I was discharged from the
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Making Voyage But From Whit We Have Seen We Doubt That You Would service less than a year ago. Is
FOR YOU TO DO: Watch your newspaper closely these it possible to receive dental out. 20 Years In Business
Want To Live On The Moon. Better You Should Stick To Th. Earth And days Other epic voyages are about to be begun-Into space.Ctnnefle patient care from the VA?
AIt will be that
Consult AD MILLER ASSOCIATES About One Of The Home, Homeslte OrApaitments you file a claim necessary for dental

In Their Lilting Of Outstanding Properties. C. (A/inn '/vcrtf/or r treatment within a year from the
date of your active duty. The VA ALL WIGS
will make a determination as to
PresentsIn I the outpatient care you may re.
EXCEPTIONALLY PLEASING RESI YOU'LL BE BEGUILED la Brookiid I celve.

DENCE lees than two block from the by thl* Immaculately kept three bedroom Qui have a service-connect $50.00

beach on Third Avenue, South . Com two bath home en Harbor Lane ed disability which has Hired

pletely furnished the house has three . Located en a sea walled canal the up requiring Immediate treat.

bedroom!, two tile baths, living room year old residence also contain a car ment. How can I obtain author. $25.00 Down Balance in
Izatlon for treatment at VA ex.
with a delightful wood burning fireplace, pried living room dining room electric

dining room electric kitchen and Florida kitchen and porch . Draperies pense A..Notlfy? VA that you desire Small Payments
room . There Is ample storage space throughout are Included, and there are servlce.con.
treatment for
your
. $30,000, and owner will also rent two reverie cycle air conditioner. and netted condition. Veterans liv. Don't Miss This Terrific Buy!

during winter tenon at 1500 per month. heater, plus a number of special feature Ing away from VA outpatient

*. Inside and out . Can be bought clinics may be authorized treat.
A JEWEL OF AN APARTMENT la the for only $2,340 cash above an editing } P ment by their local physf Han1 'I 1'' Ace Beauty ShopOn
under VA's "hometown medl.
beauty for sale at the Kona Kal on Cray. mortgage of $14,560.
cal care"
program.
ton Road . Its furnUhinf are decorator ON 4'j VALUABLE ACRES at Cas.ambai Q..HOW long does It take to Tsmiaml Trail In knit SpringsPh.
item, routing approximately $10,000, 9 ,. ,. .
the high picturesque part of Mar. obtain a loan on my CI Insur. MI 2.2231ERIE)
and many of them coat be duplicated awe?
co Island, stands s two bedroom, twe
. Containing two bedroom and two In The MooringsA A..on the average, the loan
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bath home which embodies a number of .
bath, the apartment i II deiirably located
special attractions . Such as cypress
OR the second floor, south and offer a paneling In living room dining area and quality home with two tremendous bedroom
lovely view of the gulf . It Is centrally
Florida room and cedar lined cloiet . wings separated by specious living, din.
heated and air conditioned . .
Inline I I la air conditioned throughout and and Florida
ing rooms designed to accentuate
Except for a imall Hit of ewner'i per.
tonal Item, everything I Ie Included In heated by gas panel ray units . > In. freedom of space and overlooking a beautiful
view of the plan for Marco this property
the reallitie purchase price. ahould appreciate considerably . yard completely landscaped for privacy. The !

$68,000; purchaser to arrange his own kitchen and laundry Is completely equippedwith

SLEEK MODERN HOME on Sixth financing. the finest Frigidaire appliances. The ultimate

Streeet North offering three bedroom FIRNISHED APARTMENT FOR in comfort is assured by reverse cycleair

and two bath . Also a liable living RENT In handy, central location at Second conditioning. The transition from formal to

room dining! room, well equipped kitchen Avenue South and Fifth Street . simpler Florida living is effected gracefullyin

porch and carport. . 113,900, and To bedroom, two baths large living/ this charming home beautifully Tom'
and electric kitchen spacious
room dining area and
can be bought for cash above mortgageof decorated fine and which
. Reverie cycle air conditioning by carpeting drapes

ft 1600. and heating . A real value. are included in the equitable but firm priceof N

$37,500.00.

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HOMESITES . ACREAGE . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

LOCATIONS YOU NAME IT IN REAL ESTATE AND WE PROBABLY ,

HAVE IT . AND NOT ON THE MOON EITHER. Beautiful high lot In Port Royal on Cul-de-Sac

at end of Spy Glass Lane with a loelyiew

of the wide waterway and so placed to take

advantage of our wonderful sunsets. Beach

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Library Natives Are Always RiMless,, aia. Don 1L e tne\ Si'..rs Inclei"r ,, \ W. Scbmoe; The Inside Lincoln's Army, Mr. .e Junes Desm.wcovery .. '
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.. The following new books have (Religion) The Moaning of Be. 'I l>eare'* England HoriMni Horn,, man. Siberian Od\ss\ Dmn-i 1H.k. ,rThi .ni.,. ", Mtrtln OBMrraiio\ KIIIR Edward the .

k recently been added to the ol. log a Christian, Harry Emerson
.' lection of theColllerCounty Free Fosdlck; Turning to God, WIl. "
Public Library. lIam Barclay; Hungers of the Hu.
; > FICTIONS The Vine and the man Heart, Kermit L. Long; The
Olive, Margaret Banning, A Sawdust Trail, Gordon L. Hall;
) Winter's Tale Nathaniel Bench The Fabulous Flemings of Kith PEOPLE ARETALKING
ley; Man on Fire, LeGette Blythe; mandu, Grace Nice Fletcher.
The Machineries of Joy, Ray' (Social SciencesBarhelorsare
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: Eat Bradbury; The 480, Eugene Bur People, Too, Frederic Nelsons I ., .
dick; And Wait for the Night, .Boys and Other Beasts, Bar. "
John Corrington;; The Lonely bara Lang; Facing We Alone, I I't
Man, Faith Baldwin; Deep is Marian Champagne* Ten Years I Ii
the Blue, Max Ehrlich; Return ,of Prelude, Benjamlne Muse :
of the Long Riders, Cliff Far. Baseball Ha* Done It, Jackie
cell, Farewell to Texas, L.L. Robinson; The Burden and the
i Foreman; Don't Knock the Cora Glory', John F. Kennedy; Soviet
ners Off, Caroline Clyn; Look Foreign Propaganda, FrederickC.
t1J. Away, Look Away, Ben Ness, Barghoorn; The New; Science t. . .
Accident, Elizabeth Janeway; of Economics, George Henry .n '; I.
Rascals' Heaven, Van Wyck Soule; Sugar and Society In the .i i J \\here\er Rutfnberg Homes .are being built people are talking. ,
1 Mason; The Land of Youth, Richard > Caribbean, Ramlro Guerray San.
Power; The Grandfathers, chez; Where Did Your Money Go? ..f' They're talking. abput the added \alue, that come as standard
Conrad Richter One Day in the Andrew Tully, Overtime in Hea.
GLAMOROUSMargaretWeiskopf'a with Rutenbr dome They're talking. about the" dis
Afternoon of the World, William ven, Peter Usagori; Trial by every _
legs the
are
at the New York Saroyan, The Pilgrim Project, Jury Samuel W. McCartt Poll, they talk about the efficient floor plant ,
prettiest !b tinctive eMerior designs
Henry Searls; Fight Night on a tlcal Power USA-USSR, Z.Bnulnskl \' ,:' !
World's Fair at least according -
to actor Jean Pierre Sweet Saturday, Mary Settle; The ;; It's Your Money, La. I that make housekeeping so easy and efficienti>d they talk.
Flight of the Phoenix, Elleston dlslas Farago; The Invisible Gov. I f'. I \I ; ::1 ''ti, '
Aumont contest ,held who at j Judged the Du Pont the Trevor; Armageddon, Leon Uris; ernment, David Wise; Crime Lab, '. about the little things that make living so much more pleasant .t.
Julian, Gore Vidal, The Old Gods David Loth: The HonoredSoclely,
pavilion, Margaret is a junior Laugh, Frank YerbyMYSTERIES Norman Lewis; The Booster and 1' I .. > \n Rutenbe-rg. : Home, like the rounded corner base tint keeps
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at New York University, i, ft.ttftttlI I.
: The Case of the The Snitch, Mar)' O. Cameron ., (
Phantom Fortune, Erie Stanley The Education of American Tea. I 'st'I I, dirt, from, collecting, the Moon Dulcet water faucet and ,

Gardner, Bridge of Sand, Frank chers, James Conant; Tracks .. t 'u' shower controls; the molded Formica counter tops the tempt.red
Gruber She Died Because, Ken. Across the Sky, Page Shambur.ger 'I' "
PET DOCTORBy neth Hopkins; The Scavengers, ; Voices on the River, Wai. ',; I ,. .tI II gl..ssan the sliding gl."ss doors; the beautiful light fivlum' and 1 ''''''/fi''
Bill Knox; The Devious Ones, ter Havlghurst; Red Carpet at

A, W, Molltr, DVM, Frances Frances and and Richard Richard Lockrldge Lockrldge, the anus White House, Wiley T. Buch. :1 ,, Tap-lite wan switcheses, 1 people{ are talking about Hutriiberg, 'ftt i.t i>Irtf4 i iI' ,

The Nanny, Evelyn Piper; The (Languages) Reading Disabil. .1" :: Homes, and because these people( tell their friends, there are ",,
Rules of the Game, Susan Mor. It), Florence Roswell. .l'tit1
row, Flight of the Bat, Donald (Natural Sciences) A Field '. + more than 3XX( Florida families now living in Hiitenluig !Hoims. j

Gordon; Funeral of Figaro, Ellis Guide to the Stars and Planets, .H} and more than 60% of them bought from recommendations of ""If. /
Peters, Death of a Fox, Jan D.H. Menzel; A Star Called the ,
Roffman; Mai ret'. Dead Man, Sun, George Gamow Savage New other satisfied Htitentx-rg homeowners The two Ixilroom, two j tl#.'\
Georges Simenon; Counter. Guinea, Jens Bjerre; Ecology, ,1:1\: \ ,
stroke, Patrick Wayland.NON.FICTIONI Peter Farb; The Captive Sea, ;a, bath LAUREL with its elegant owners' suite with charming t t.
(General Craig Phillips; Radiation, Genes '
works)Strange World, Frank Ed. and Man, Bruce Wallace; Man ' \:, t jJ, bath and walk in closet is an example of the value In ever

wards(Psychology) Religion and Green Before Medicine Adam, RobertSllv, Margaret Krelg rberg;; .!li I', ', ,Rutenberg Home The Laurel also features a bright, air', and

Leisure In America, Robert Lee. Familiar Reptiles and Amphl. ,: easy to care for kitchen and dinette, separate living and dining
bUns of
America Will Barker.
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Current (Applied Sciences) Foods in I t t } room and large entrance foyer with a huge wall of closed.
Health and Disease, HaUl Field; .f<
I Best SellersCompiled 1001 Questions and Answers to i 'J'IiI\. N' .\" Each bedroom also has its own roomy walk.in closet t for maximum '.
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s Your Skin Problems, Sidney J. "
< ( l by Publisher' Weekly) Robbins; Masers and Lasers, storage space.

Q My Boston Terrier, eight FICTION Manfred Brotherton; Forts in '''_*I''' "" ,.
yori old moket a hoorienou*, THE SPY WHO CAME ,IN America, H.L. Peterson; Plas. ,

It seems to com from her not, FROM THE COLD, Lt Carr. tic Boat Building, B.A. Arkhan. : ::- gel'sktl; Death of the Thresher, ,
AI the tome limo her sides In- ARMAGEDDON, Unt Norman Polmar; Stranger to the '11\'
floes and deflate lib bollowt CANDY, Southern and '
a Ground Richard Bach; Introduc. ).<
What cosines Skis?Louise O'Neill, Hoflenb.rgCONVENTION,, tlon to the World of Orchids
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Bailey Thoroughbred, B.C. Thayer; A
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many JULIAN.
World of Parties, Phyllis Jer.
ol the thort-noied brands ol dogs, Due
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I Jones; Pushbutton Parents and
nolure. the howl poitog ll almost MOVEABLE FEAST
the Schools, Paul P. Mok.
fully' dOled ot me noilrlli This con be HemingwayTHE, (Fine Arts) Images of Amerl.
uncomfortable and dangerous lo the .
,INVISIBLE GOVERNMENT
can living Alan Cowans; Dutch
dog I It ll Important mot you tee your can. and ROil Tiles, Dlngeman !Korf; Jewelry,
local veterinarian before.hoi.weather! \ v HARLO.W.Shulmon II) L Glltay NJJsienj; Glass and
leh In, then when the wygenrequlr. A TRIBUTE TO JOHN F, Crystal, Elka Schrljver; National
menu of dogs are higher, mecoryJltion KENNEDY Sal.nger, and Gallery of Art, John Walker
will b. much more ....r.. Surgery Itutuolly Vanocur Paintings of the Western World,
(he only lolulion Th. veterk DIPLOMAT AMONG WAR. Casper de Jong; Spanish Paint i
. norlon will aneithetlie the dog and RIORS Murphy ing, Gotthard Jedllcka Prints
under surgical conditions will enlarge and How to Make, Them, Arthur
the nostrils and allow him to ey more Silver was once used only asa Zaldenberg; Etching Julian Tre. ,, .t-;:; 4A
air In.Youmighlaliowotchmehwmldity monetary standard and us decorative velyan; Photography for Your :f1" "

In your haute during Ihewlnlerntonrhi metal but lately increasing Family, Better Homes and Gar. ," "1:' . . "'"
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dry This tendt to dry out the noialmembranei in industry The shiny metal if a How to Play Golf with an Effort. , ] --
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uncommon and your dog should recover and remittance to corrosion len; You Can't Beat the Hours, The Laurel Rutenberg) is priced at $11 .990, land costs additional
quickly and boo lot more com make it valuable in the electronic Mel Allen.
fortoble, field. (Literature) On creative Writ. See it and the other Ruttnherg<< model homes: the three

bedroom, two bath Cannel, $14.1)90; and the four bedroom<< ,

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COUNTY NEWS, Sunday' Arguer I. 1114 MTXBD CLASQc..Forlhei1len 62S with a A meeting of the Big Cyf",,hs

It was Joe Salmon Efflet Mixed "' agne will be hell( 6.
fabulous 226 twice. wd' Pa\d'August M at 8 p.m."TWrWB .
Jones for the g41' SS'.19t.' Bowlers will
at1r! men
i EGLER'S .t\\ Crkkenberger fired\ a -Z6 heUl August Hat 7 pan.
: Sau''
200 for a 618, Hang IOZ. Plttqunl\ Classic: will also hOld
By MARION IOKDSEN 5&8.304.111. )lelbl Cornell, Lu their meeting on August 13 at

!7. 510, Jerl Jerabek 508.1'79 McCon- 8 p.m
ORNER cllle Lord 500.180. Ken CONTRACTORS ..L.V.Shlfld
aoo WP.
loner,
.oo..o..I key listed a big 2M 218. led the league with a 586 2ir,
I Leigh 218, William Jones Bashful Bud II 77?,Md a Ur
Jlm, oe :rex. Kiveman Hazel I title 220 lone:" for a 576. Chu, s

196, JUanltaS.yderl82and (who also dldnt want his ,ast

Abrahamson 171. name known) had a 551.1 134,
: watch the spelling of 11, at 8 p.m. at Brookside Bowl COMMERCIAL .. Wllll HUlba fired 1222 loner

i the league sheet and The Women's Church League Marie LADIES Weave took the scoring Al Hajek and AI Hatcher 2"" -

IIWt' to be sure any other will have a meeting at the homeof honors with her 551205. Mary each, DJ. Salmon 205, Jim L we

a t rendered Is correct Mrs. Vern (Belvli) Allen, Au. Armbrust came up with a 524. 192.199, John Garvln 197, Jimmy

available to this gust 11, at 1 p.m. The address 211 Agatha Cleary 494.196, Haynes 192, Ed Stoner let
is usually by written re 1228 lath Ave., N. Elaine Sheldon 482-177, Vlrjle Tommy Thompson 191, Vautr,

If that Is Incorrect The }fen'. Church League Hutto 400.170, Hazel Abraham. Shields! 193 and Bunceml. is,-
will hold their orrtnlzatlonal 482 and
son' 4S0.173. Barb Hayes TV ..Bonnie WInokur was I'
i that are already sche. I 9
meeting at Brookside Bowl on Rans 453. Rose Morrisonhad
Kay
with a 458.174. Carol Camre
under the
reported August 19 at 8 p.m. nice games of 162.166, Mar. reached a 177 .loner MSIShults
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which they bowl. Check
GULF SHORE Ev Baldwin tha Plercy 161, Peggy Yahl! and 160-150 Vera Zwlcki
X14 J time and so forth ,
topped the league with 612.214.
a Ann 163 each Nell Med.
Davis 153 Kay Hler 157, Nancy belter
Winebrenner ATTEN. ,
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2(1.( Red Lord came with a
up Zulah
to
lock 153.
Apologies GUI 153 ,
team members and 144, Inga Nancy Du
4 557J97, Tex Kaverman a 555. Corwin who did not pick up two and Sally Dun 136.
of 155
your bowling league 194, and John Stull a 552.221.BW namely the B-T

get out of the hospl. Slmms racked up a 212 separate and the 3.10 splits, but converted the MIXED MAJORS .. Ev Bd.

back with them as soon loner, Mike Yahl and Marv Light. 3.5.7.10 all at ogle time. win fired two 211 games, af\r.,1!, ,
We are all proud ner 209 each, Ron Townsend a 179 and came up with a en
and wish you a speedy 204 Em Emmertck 203 Tex EARLY BLOOMERS -Lwilse
to lead the league. Red L >rd
Mills 199 Ed Harrow and Gene Wolford tossed her highest ser.
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tossed a 562217. Gus Seab>
Remember that NWBA tea to date a 540.195 and con. rt
Dye 1198 each Doc Schultz 202
blasted a 230 for a 558 sl'l.Ll1 .
Monday night, August verted the 8.7 split. Betty Gelti
and Francis Hall-Dave Arm.
Miller led the ,
gals wit
at the Tahitian Cove. 193. showed a 476-179, Hazel Abra. ; j
strong 527.185! Ethel Jones
499193Bebe
who to hamson and Brack each ,
plans go COUPLESThe Mlnsers Grace
another woman bowler post had a 473 with Hazel using a 190\ Moog 497.200, Lucille Lord
ed 1196 to be with Bill
a high 474 and Helen Henson 468. Carl
feel a little strange high and Grace a 169. Irene
having a 1S5 and Agnes 134. The Armbrust recorded a 212 loner
their first meet. Belavek and Barbara Soil came ,
l Klines came up with a U69-Mary Gene TUlman 204 Tex Kaver
I association, wouldn't up with 184 loners Judy Rimes ,
having a 144 and Joe 176. Monty
194
man Nell VanWyk
a wonderful turnout? 168, Frances Walker 158, Shir. 191 and
with a 514.208 led the Kings to Glnny Panlplnto 174.
ley Glasser 156 Frances Fltzek Shirpshoot
their 1165. Mike Pike tossed a er was Moon Mulllns..convert.ed .
) BOWL 202 and Louise WoUord had a 155 and Wanda Jones the 5.7 the 6-7.

meeting Is August 474470. conversion.

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1 300 BOWLER JANET HARMAN



:, GIVES THREE EASY LESSONS ,


Bead ; Janet Harmon of Norwolk Cold., h.lder of the highest sanctioned three-pome series In women's

bowling will write a ...i.. of three stories (or thu newspaper lotting tomorrow
It li tolled BASIC BOWLING end designed la help both m... and women She will writ jb.ullh.

proper way to hold a bowling, boll th. /four-step approach and tell how to odutt| (or spot bowlin,.
When Janet Harmon oof seven, K.r lather, Sid, Harmon now golf pr.feitienal at the Yakima Wash., i
Elks Golf and Country Club, bought a bowling eiroblishrn.nl.. At tort the couldn't hold a bowling boll
but at 10 ihe began bowling

Twenty.our year later she bowled a perfect 300 game at the Norwolk Bawl 20 minute south of

Loa Angel.i. It gave her a world' record 772 tenet,

Janet, a gradual. o( Washington Stale College and a member of AM"', Itoff e( champions, began with
a mild 216 last Qct, 21 Sh. allowed this with a tremendous 271 and completed her series with pets

foCi 300 12 strikes In a raw ,
FIRST wi "They were a couple el nic. I..... 3 end 4," soys Miss, Harmon rather apologetically, "Ten hits

were perfect Two were Braoklyns, meaning, the boll crossed the headpin' instead of hitting in the 13


pocket"Bullh. Ironic thing about my 300 game and 792 series is that my mother (Birdie, Harmon, a southpaw

The Fami ) usually comes along to watch m. bowl. We used to bowl doubles in Walla Walla, Wash., and she

lotto the game. W.II, this night was th. first night she had missed, all year and I celled her on the'

phone and told her about th. 792 s.ries; She started to cry, and then, said, :
'If you tell mo you rolled o 300 gam. .' and I said 'Oh, well goodbye.' When her tears stopped end

the He she compoted h.rs.K .". got ,..1 mod and said, : 'Why didn't, you. call me up and take m. along
'Well, mother,' I said, M 1 didn't, know I was going' to shoot 300"

Nobody con predict, e 300 qame but Janet Harmon con help you with your bowling D."', miss n.r
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JANET HARMAN
I ..'. 'i biwllin" .bill. , A !S.riMxol' \ur lAntor of Mnlicitir,
Bowling Champion N MI I I.,all Mulnnl' Socu.tr and Hit
? //"r. II I/ \ I, 'Til I I"" t I "sltlrm Is m'..reitnri II"HI 1.1 Mn| A.IOCI.IIO.I.

I taught licKlniiprs' three A T n (Ih.II'' titrnliiKoiir hind' QUIET HEART AT WORK
nit for i strilchttiillor I! tiirnlnit
W.} to hold lhr bnwlbtc( \'on ilon'l hear il. hut
,ir 1"" wd, to lejrtl which way "ut..r", i. rinimiiK. VVc arc re'
i II I With Hit, third l niftlioil I hivofi letting In the liiart. Day> nftcr
I u 1 .all..fdd"rl for It*
I a i 1.1, tint the lull mill (look\ just day. all day and might, .Hi5 days
I : Inc1lvldu.il. , a i lour lor uliout 70 yearn oil the
I 1,1t Ir the left Jlllllh.1(! Ih..lmll
B. R. 2 : I Is the straight ball y,r , .1\,'rllllt.. the In.art loei tl. j job
| h'r l to ontrul. II Is smha
"Uer// where tlie thutiih", I Is Ihr Tug this lifetime' of 111* bear
f trot, d p'.sltlon that most ppoplc.icn it pumps approximately 2SUHHI(
up al I 12: 1I''lul'k' with the ton< ot 1,1.111.| rcsliiiK only aIr.alion
(ti r tikiIn It IIIITH rt'nllh.
.| .. under the bill nf a ticotnl UtwicuIn
1 tins, lull I! With It* 1I"tllII..r'rip |" ".
> nf lull!. .h..11 r lleil,!
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l, 1 bfst> IWC.IIISH 1Iv fisltrti 'I Inn' ate Hoiiiuls made liy
'' |!'>es down the lane end 11 ic ln.irt' ttlnii (lie valvcH open
thin the
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I If I oral usf the h'nl' (. mil iliisv us Ilit Mood IMSSCIhrdiiuli --
'. limn lutcrvkt in heart
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$1 Ulioi" It oim-s rlulit, dawn torrvlrrbu round, liicaincnlcspriHil tats( !
there's the 9 ",' ""If"k lowing the invention lif till
$ + volt own bull Mm must
... where we In l II< sUtln s<.i"|>tt in IBIS liy UKI
-, Iftprmliip. HitvkPlslit, far rtnih I physkian, Krnv Lam
) 1 bfKliiiiliu.> 1 burlrr with a
'SI'll./ 1 < ,Ill't, lll .k .it amour" nor DiHloro vxkiuininu the
'. lu.irt' listtij, 1 by nuaiiH uf( tin,
I II" M r \11' sli.Hild" 1 throw i |14-
also tauirht i ?'"II'rll'|' iiisiriiiiiintlinli finiplifics lluIn
I' III I Mil' orul" s-llolll'l! lNrxI" : 'art sounils.
L ,," lietvieen' tlI'-... two
I "jMimlMr'" biriiNc' pnr411rarn|, Nornul, bract buumlii arc
thiitnb, 1 liitvreti the 9
: Ilrr..ro'III, >lrikinul kinular ill all pcrionfMiimriiul

; I: ,,'.'h. k pn+hlnu,. TM\ I \\'" |It M\H .i llttlf{ Klrl on our, soiiuils, tolled l muriniirs. ..
may Indaat. a heart di"<
hatxl N nun, 'r nrles-, 1'vin, ,i"iff In "-ii, I'rni'lsio., ordir or pirliapM jus( a ptculiutH.I :

> [ position. ,NIs. Klllv'" llollV\ IIHl wr'Irhv\ In which I Muoil vililiiIhrouKli -

stand up reined,. put II'SS til, III |Intl) l\"lllllfls I \fSill'\ one of the bcartch"IIIIcr"
I JANET HARMAN |{ati, regularity and
I ( down and bfmlniir, I ',11- iri.p'uinrl lull (m tlif,
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jWf Use Boll That Feels Best quality, of IIU"rl'l'are thccked:
..... .,,, I ; : ,t sllghth wui'x gut the other' hand 1 know :;b).pnund|' | )1')1 thc pliysictan while the pain

t. position. It 1 Is there irounrl", Din( : "r II "Mmk, 1 W""II' rho do w r171n, h.udlrmI1 ; nt is' at rest ill body l ) and
f niiiiil. ) lie ILSIS then rl'
arc
; and the thumb joints flBiirc till, Mitnni, I f'''rtltloA! 1 Is or. I 12:! ,pound. ball bci' ills* of piatnl. after( the patient hat

",,'Ir| Improper tlinlni! ili'l, .riirif- taken a measured amount ol
: dilution. eXl'TcMa..1.. ) these tests are
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.utiliiiutil to ik-urnune how
l O.-t thf HHf thlif!!/ sfit-Ws. to '
) I |*rnilt IOIIM It taLts' the hurt to return
I I : I I.J '. Nothing Like It In Naples .
i. tint f, dryly| | the I'r'lirTThvthtn from art rale /during activity
r 'to its n-ling rate.
that bnx, 'l
sn \MII i in withlimited .
9 .n I' Sonic brart Miund.n arc (Icrriliol
I : : "rfnrt.More as huriiniR; clicking or
.. I Green -Ilahinl| {. ,\ severely dibordcred
: ', e than 27 million Americans Mart may make Hounds like a

: : f ride bicycles accordingto drat CI.il1l1' or a Hell'gull"
the Encyclopaedia Bntan- raucous cry A sound! heart routinely

nica. make quiet, sound.
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Slated To Talk
100 Years Ago I I I' "n." "uiMint.iiurc.' slirn.illv -
By FRANK ECK ..
r AP Newtfooturei Sports Editor ring "" Split Ctft ,,ifU, Toastmasters
1 IOh e' lll..ll\ to make. twra IqrssSlsrLid Marvin CcU and Earl Moll<(
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THE CIVIL fHr 'FeTUI.I.eh"'llul'' pudding on bottom Wr I ; Boa aN dated to give the pnn
WAR IN FLORIDA "'nh u' in plenitude dun'''* I 'I' nth other lay cr. Inrlnklei sulfaulh afea.1 talk at 8.30 o'clock Tuc*.
the sin tier, com* in a nu" 'ar' ,onlrnunrn .u. ChlUI
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at the regular dinner
By ol \ .. Soil '' stay night
Florida "nell. nectarn .
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Library fc Historical: Communion I -i' I .r 2 h.iiU".i "' of the Naples Toast
Civil War hoer a deeper Mtuh", then otlu'"., meeting
I and slue
enough liceI"in
Centennial Col ,nittee master Club at the Naples Elks
but 1 all to the C"I\ e
belong rose i iK ,
* *'* * * * * * * * * ,. \ > .t often served to eat ..MI, of t Irpan I .IM ake together 2 cape.the undlI In a- Club.toastmaster Stanley for Terry the evening will be, the
hand nectarines are iU. a-! ',
I pineapple-ra pberry" con- Invocation will be given beChance
August I -Late last night, a detachment of Confed- U-vi ,ibl.1 in "n1/l,1," J. .,.i,' ., .e ''I 1 t iu\ granulated sugar and McCool with tntrodu,
ante cavalry: arrived at the home of a man named Gonzales noun Irv them and) in in trust cakc-and-pudding.aip. and w ,ulil I 2 cup of the cold lions by George Vega Table>
at the mouth of Bayou Grand. When the Southerners set Combination Here's 'icing .to a noil. Add sliced topics will be assigned by: CllrtWen..l.
a reiirn
fire 'to the .ir.; boil gently fur 2 or J .
property, the light attracted the attention of I'rote.f the letter '. ,
Federal I ships. '. I Add the lomHtarchi Ted Thorward will serve a*
sanding off shore. Federal General .
Brigadier "
"I i mtil smooth with the re-
A both (District of Vest Florida) reports that according \ECT"R1\E Pl DDI\j CXkl' .. '." t'"' \ I 4 cup cold water. ; master Ted valuator Below as with his Cab tvaiua.Luff
to "reC ugees and deserters I package () I 4 ounces I \an-,:- and
there three of d Oil eonNtanilN until
are companies
will be Nell
Timer
---C) tors. Harry ,
the Jth la pudding and filling ,
Confederate pie dear
thickened and
Cavalry and four pieces of artillery ; while Max A. Weston will be the
i at Pine Barren Bridge, and three companies of the 7th -mid .square sponge ikiConfectioners < I nikf HIM squares and grammarian. Coleman Boyd will
I Alabama sugarI i. ? h Hiiiur, VUkrit 9 to 12
: Cavalry act wizard clan
as
near Gonzales (on the Pensacola Rail. nr .. nectarine ,
r road)J.; The railroad between Mobile and Pollard, Asbothr I ton 16 raincoat Irozcn pun I" 1111.'
lays, "is more closely guarded than before, especially at 1 Ipple..tlpbolrfu'n, ,''''',IK', I Sunday, Aufu.t 9,.1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 58
I Perdidp Station." undiluted -
Sailbri are frequently called duties FAIR I G U I D E-Uub.th I 4 cup granulated sugar "M" ,
to perform .
far ,removed from upon "UibbMiller, 20 daughter of 19 I I teunpoun. alt >t, ,,..
ordinary
: seamanship. This date, RearAdmiral 4 cup cold ftatet ' JftnJry G/ctricllfl Service I
J Dahlgren writes to his commanders in the South Rap W C, Millar COP candidateforvlc tablespoon' a'm.I"h s .
I Atlantic Blockading prtudtnt shown ', - - INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
Squadron on the subject of naval Makeup the v mi" i i 1,1,1
J infinity "It has In uniform, of guide In New .11" ,, \Lt I \RIM I SI'I i I XI I SI i i "11. I I MUJ, with, '
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frequently happened that the peculiar U. I t I 10' "IMvk" hi
C nature of the duties in this command has required the York exhibit, at World' Fair, hut ,,. ,nu' 1 < 4 ",". It/"/ I, ? ,ilti ,"?' i, Ml 2.3696 1175 Pine St, t Naples, Fla.

, service of bodies of men to be landed from vessels to act
I for a short time as infantry, assisted by light fieldpieces.
i In order to meet similar exigencies commanders of vessels TH
I will take pains to select from their crews such men as A
, may teem to have a turn for this kind of duty and have
them,drilled with matt arms until they have attained the
J necessary proficiency The light-infintry drill will be
best adapted to this service, and to the habits of the
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seamen.

August J -Acting Mister L. Nickerson, U. S. S. ,
/ S. Chambers off Indian River Inlet, Informs Key West
that sickness on board his vessel has now "assumed the
form of a most malignant fever and increased to an alarming t
extent. Today we have on sick and binnacle list thirty.
eight, over two-thirds of our number. Three of my officerswere
taken down last night and are very sick. I have lost
four men by death since! the fifth instant, burying one -
this morning. There arc a number of others I have but c::.. '"S, ....., ri I
little hope for. The few remaining who hive thus far I
escaped are much worn down by nursing the tick. I can
rr
1 raise barely enough well men to man a boat. I do not
think it is yellow fever, but never taw persons puffer so PRICES % IB
much and become so reduced in such short time. The symptoms 1
arc much the same as those of that disease." Captain _

Greene; is sending the steam tug Honeysuckle, with Assistant T
Surgeon J. II. Macomber, who his just arrived I I ITHROUGHOUT
from the North, medical stores, a supply of ice, and "eight
acclimated contrabands" to Indian River "to assist in
whatever way . the enfeebled crew of the Cbawbt'tt."
General Hatch informs General Foster that he has THE
visited Baldwin, "where there arc now three regiments of

infantry, a battery, and the 7Jth Ohio. Scouts are made STORE! HURRY!
from there tl.uly, and the third destruction of the railroad
toward Lake City is being completed. We find the job
of destroying a railroad a much more difficult one than SAVE!
the accounts of the raids in Virginia would lead one to i tr
suppose. We!Iwill IK' thorough with this one. I yesterday I
:reoiiiipiid Magnolia, intending it as the point from which t
'to start raids; also! as a point for refugees and Negroes to f, I ,
reads the, river. As soon as the troops arrive I shall commence .
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the movement. With the force at Baldwin I will
threaten Lake City to cover the raid, which will sweep STORE HOURS: : : : I -

.. C 9 iWa' aidJMarion) and cOl1\e, utat, Palatka.as f', 8:30,..m.until, 6, p.m. f eI i ,.... ta t' .f ' .e- ,- ... ..... s /' f ., '.' ,
'aaugepy, iil (poin temporarily' sftor: the movement 77 .r. 1 If I '
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co ',hi"en .. The force that threatens Lake City will fall Open Friday until 9 p.m. 1 i
back to Magnolia, when no longer needed to cover the : I I ;
movement South, and will occupy a line near the river CLOSED I .
. to prevent torpedoes being laid down and to assist refugees. SATURDAY ; T r s
, The the railroad Baldwin will fall back
troops /guarding to AFTERNOONS r' frs '
when the has i r v v, {
to Camp' 1ineg.m movement fairly com w
{ menced. I lh.il! not injure the road this side of Baldwin, but
will cut that to Cedar Keys in a few places. A great many
refugees arc coming in or crossing the river above here.
To this time over seven hundred men have taken the oath
at this place. I do not despair of raising a regiment of
cavalry if I can get the horses to mount them. So far only
fifteen men arc actually enlisted, but if any of the state
agents" will come here with the bounty money I will have
four companies immediately. The men need the money for df+f ar* JC
their families, who come in perfectly Jesl tute." General
Hatch also says, "The weather is horrible; rain half the
time and the nun intensely' hot in the interval.! "

August 10 Confederate cavalry and a detachment 'f l '_

of the 102nd U. S. Colored troops skirmished today near 1
Baldwin. A section of the railroad in front of Baldwinwas

Federal destroyed.. General Asboth at Pcnsacola is notified that CHOOSE A \ LL

"the operations in the vicinity of Mobile may determinethe
Rebels to make some demonstrations against Pensacola, '
and ,tile comamnding, General desires that you be on your 6-PIECE GROUP
guard against any enterprise of this kind. Keep your e
troops so well in hand that your position will be entirely

secure.August" 11 -The Federal commander of the Union or a PIECE GROUPChoice
Department of the South tells General l Hatch in Florida
that he wants "to secure enough railroad iron at Jacksonville chestnut finishes y
of natural
or
that I about
or Fcrnindinj to cover an iron-clid am
building here [South Carolina). Get all the iron you can
from the Lake City Road beyond Baldwin. Do not, how.
ever, let this interfere with your raid."

RATTAN by FICKS-REED
I THEY'LL NEVER GET IT ON THE MARQUEE

LONDON (AP-The impromptu of the Lunatic \*>lum at Churn $
international rivalry for plat ton," i* ri>' Peter W,IM, a inn \
with longwinded title ha* Inn,' dust. The Royal Shukoprar,
contender from Neat Germany Company plan to product there ; for CASUAL LIVING on a BUDGET!
The drama, "The Persecution in Auguol, directed by Pete L L 7
and the Aa "inution of Jean Brook. The Enilmhlonguagiversion ,e ,
Paul,, Mares. km Directed by the i ia being don* hv' CJeoffre
Marquis" da Sad for the Inmate > SLelion.\
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6B COLLIER COLNTY NEts Sy day, August t. 1X4 butter t My die did and I wia ''Whof Totfffg. People/ TMnk"Nation's .
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embarraued.A -
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t Helm, both the waiter and
your date acted (correctly When I IB
Confound Teen-Agers
.iViis.s..DEB..l two couplet dine together, the Politics
girls ire seated next to each
other to that each Can face her .,
own rtcort At for bread and .1 i I'unservatlve "wants moreI ,
'JdiJ\ i qurittonibout :: butter, a waiter should keep '011'urploed )' Eugene Gilbert I wer for. the Individual clt)7enII )
.I HIMWI at he should keep PreMdent Gilbert. Youth
lust
y Junior MIX ;. : | n the central government"uui
your water glasses filled If he Research: Inc.
I edgurllr, grooming '. iand doeanl. Ui perfectly permit'. stanlev Biitentkl.' 13, of
tntrrrttt, ; able to ask for more American teenagers! have MriHikhn, added, ""'1 someone'
Just flunked i quilt on polUU\
Ttt 16mm taunt film, "A vlic' wints less gmrernitient
D.,. For Dean," tutU ...,11I... But then, how would a thousand tl..1.I nil more st ilu. rights for

f02. A boy I.d never dated be simple principle of makeup: mart of four futitioHi en bowto and more representative' adultsdo tin 1'1'.1"
and dark prtttut two," itniuUtuibn with lf
liked me out to dinner end Light accents cimoufliget
tcbool Unite :J few of the' teenagers' <
I had the unprettion it wit .. So choose a foundationthat cuing out It your With national attention' focusedon
going to be quite an evening i a little darker thin nor. ttotl't *lrtlf bane print, exulted "leftlst" with "com.
the Presidential
utltoH/uufl upcoming
Of course, I got ell dressed up mil and smooth this over your tik your ubool .to-.. niimlst." but most didn't feel'
.I line and JII"or or dab IttJtr to election we were curious
--neela, gloves, the work My law up over your cheekbones
Use loin Ihi color film frH o" the was completely' black
date regular found i ise
arrived in suit and tie, and your Public RtUttoai whether the young people were 'y
too basisrom the -
off we went to a hot dog lion elsewhere, and be lure to IIBERAI ,.r white 'lIlIrtl'l'n-Y'dr.lld Mark
blend the Dtprlnint, Kimbrrty'Ctak keeping up on !such matters. .\ MODERAi I'f0NSERVA1IVV.
stand two
Do think he together 10 that
you was Corp, Nab Wit,) llnsse, of. UriNikhn' for Instance,
playing some kind of juke it i impossible to tell where one key to their awareness would
A, he ends and the other begins Now seem to be their understandingof as nsr / i ilcflnett ::1 leftist as: "a person who
Maybe wit conducting :
for your hairdo: Avoid. the short.
liellexes In, extended government: <
an experiment to ice how you current political vn'abuUnSo
strnght cuts that stop at the '
would react to the tituition Or chin line This only accenti the FriendshipsFlourishing we asked' 1187 of them ontrol and! fvdertl program( to

emit maybe and he hid couldn a sudden afford!fount to al squire shape Instead, weir your across the country to mme *n s lull the |pwgde' | the extreme left
hair in a slightly longer, softer l take you anywhere else Of hell bea American' political who could l lop is
style Slanted cm
courie he ihould hive let you good softening trim C, too If railed an "extreme rightist" l 1(1.( if MKi hell s.D.. put It like
know where you were going, 10 possible go to a good hur- Via MachineGilbert tills' : ".\ leftist Is one whose
you could hive dressed more The' pull was taken' before the' .
dresser for a personalized stjling
., 11111',11 tends to
I'lillcwcit'n
caiuilly But if you enjoyed hit recent Republican Nation
company, give him mother try, Lour scxIilKd, nieisurex as
; : Youth Service Convention In San Franclsc
Maybe he )just likes hot dugs i ,
I'l'i'st'il to freo euterprise.ilThere
Q. On a restaurant double Thanks to the speedy decisions' which forussed attention' on the
Q I have a very iquare fite- date the other night the .waiter was oiih one .irei In
the shape, that u-and I'd liketo girl friend and of a mtrhlne geared to thatching question of rlghtlsm. Had It been
know if there I anything can side edbmy.I and our daietacross me personal Interests on a global taken' after the convention, the -a ,'hl.1o the" xouiiff |>eiiile| were In
do to make it look more oval from Shouldn i il have ui'heril" cirreit :?lltrl'l'nll'lIt-lh.
ui built, a flourishing pen pal answers might have been
A. You can do two things. been the other way around/ _. MHIIII. prcijilc' welt In penenlci
operation, ts proving a hit at New different but here's what these
Also ia it all right ask the ,
one with' makeup, the other withyour to >riict, .llr..III.IlI-lh. rlll..II..1I
hurdo i Start with this waiter for more bread and York's World's Fair. were' then: ,
Teenagers queue up to receivethe :about hair is nil cited ( ,,,".. \ 1 -M U. ,,1 I
aaaaa issw names of potential correspondents Over two thirds cif themcouldn't at RIM.kefitller is in eviiiiple fliberalism. .1 i IIt000r.l.h| "..le all l,,, 1 K > ..' .,it>* evn''I'I It!rte, , ,",I'r\- khl per|. nut of the sons'

living In countries about come up with a name Sen. Onldwalt'r: ,,,.ivdi'scrlbecl fur the "iiinic,ii' prgllr.] |' -iM tlsin culu'r, vita'_ Mentioned imt nil were :were" IhItlol'

"ask the men at Imperial . which they're curious Encouraged all. Of the remainder, 18 per us liter I In bent Caw;, 'I "theirUteri Is .'ii-r-| were tliise III the 1'"lItk.11 l ii rcsl.nt, l I. nut elotcnl illriHth
rent' mentioned Sen. Barry dill Miinludi' tin ill s 14light thlxeir, --P res.Mimcm In the .Mntlie |MM.II>.iiiilniin\
by the pen company four per lent oftbHiitenlewwsOther son |I' y i|' |
Looking for appreciation? If you can't get appreciation sponsor, they then sit down Immediately Coldwatr Others referred to |Is'rsunnltttr, mentioned Issues ,IIIC) lHllll\'| I'llll'| |'fCllllNl'Sbetween \ "I I I .1 i I MeMMHim. war,' :idle In gist know. ..linlpible!

from your family see us about the to add a personal such diverse, personalities' as rancH from SHU. HillrliJil to HIM liltis, of I tlit> IIdlil-i IM, birl, M. Mxiti' .aid imMiiM'tMr ; 1-\i|iiiitlniw, of the flcitcirilcnllftc' .

Alaskan Apartments These 6 rental units are greeting to a form letter supplied Coy Nelson Rockefeller Sen Chief lustlce Earl: Warren to winter :suit' tin1 IvftwIiutiT." .till'"''. .aid Us roleltln.IILh ,

strategically placed to appreciate in value while to them, Jacob Javlts, Cov. Ullllim Gov George \\'.ill I le i+ < other eydapatl'ms,I .. wart .1 .\ iiiori. thin oni*:ipriTcl! !
Seranton, Atty Cen. Rciliert F. ""I'rlloll.It"","'.1111..111( iiugeIhlagareel | 01oX F1 I H'TCII!! ( till I UilDiriiilll'iiw -' with .1 i j:11'l..r. |17 wlui th"iic.hl' the
good income. listed at $58,000. The companv's represents
earning a tines overseas' spent' months Kennedy, Gov. George Wallace fist:" .'i |persist. who IlilnUt\ of nHHeivitNiiOMMiit'd : college. exists "to 111'1"l|> '!li><'ldi

Arc you a bargain hunter? You can't get a better gathering names of would-he and Sen. Everett' Dlrksen. BeatlemaniaIn the WI:1: : mlimrlh "pint" t rle.,r.'"' .iiiclwiMoii'lnuHi 1 (In1 l'rIIt'II", |h\' bri'.iklntt

bargain than these 10 acres on Kelly Rd. letter writers classified them by Definitions of the term "ex' leftist NI thinking\ of ,MnR so dlxerifilil' sis nthar i>\|'luiltlOIIK. ., ,i Ire," tin ri>spniH' <> of lam'

They are Ideal for a low cost housing development. age language 'and subject in.terest treme from "super rightist"' patriot"ran to the"aegre.gatlonlst gamut. Movie Land rightist," ui id '..i ineill.nil,flMcfiiRepublic 1Iu....", I II. of, jtiiHiklMi! Is nun
un :111,1! IVmcicnteirh ." "\ riiym'rvllte, I Is .i. pirsoiiIn ,I t\ilcil;
and then turned over the
Reduced from $22,700. Listed at $12,500.
and advocator ofslavery "Tin1 ale, I..r'l of each stale, ,
., iiiilnt ilnliw tliest duglli. v
whole project to an IBM machine, With hair, feet and fingers \ .Ilt-1I: |tier "'cutifthe f ivor fir :
In this A year-oldhoyfrom three (Inlfivlfwwl, idmlttecl ." fSlilni"l' Ki'iuiHh I I., l'qll.tI'| INiiilliiberslilCoiiKli'SH, ,
Why dribble your money away rent? Buy which put the data on tape flying, the Beatles have landed : |
Lyndhiirst Ohio said that an thin dlln'l Know atilt public Nhiitt, |1(1 l if Mll.lH-ll' s..II.hlh :ili> .I'xpiMteil, In ,,ist their votiM
furnished 2 bedroom house just north of the At the fair, as each )'ollnrslpr1'0mplpll'I In the movie field to the delightof
extreme rightist Is "a person fllMirex 'iiilirht le n.iisl.lcridpolltliallv Sl\li-iMi-veil.-nl'l ( Tulirtw.sM .. fir lhi> i', Hdlie srlixtiil. I>Vpil'iilir
line. Good terms and no taxej Listedat his request for a cor- some of New York's teenagers -
city city who wants Immediate' ('hangl'bark..ard '' viilc |In (heir, htili'.1'
$7,500. respondent the form Is slippedInto ," while a 14'Yl'ar.oldBrooklyn lucky enough' to have tickets I : iiiiM'rvitlve.. bill of )Miillmtvl, oh)" sill<1lh.( t

the machine, and seconds to a preview of their first!
girl felt that Ihl'lah..1applll'd
Want a place to keep a boat? Two beautifullots liter, the name of the foreign to one "who Is emotionally film, "Hard Day's Night."

In Aqualane Shores are for sale each correspondent, Is automatically !strong for Il'morflrY-f'v"n! ( The' show Is wild\ gay fun

perfect for a boat and a home. Listed at $5600 typed tat to the brink of war." steeped In Deatlemanla.

apiece.WCNZEL. Sports) Interests rank highestIn There's plenty of loud, taking

s requests While' English Is GOLDWATER CALLED music! woven cleverly Into the

usually the most desired language LIBERAL somewhat sketchy story and ex ZONIl&INIESSOffice

for letter-wrltlng many Trench More of the young people, pleading In a vibrant finale,

'I''I <1 D I German and Spanish) students claimed familiarity with the And, of course', there's John, ?

want an importunity to practice terms "lllteral" and "conserva, Paul, George and Rlngo. Each

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the languages.Pen tive," although slightly more, his his moment disappearsIn i
: MEOMAN NEUMANN VOOOPICM pals correspond' with In a tub of !sonpsuds, Paul has
than a third were at a loss when I
his grandTither'! and Ringo de.
members of the' name sex Says asked to name a politic'hn wit I|
a company representative, '"W a liberal philosophy and neirlv I ,, cites to wander off to enov] life
J IMPERIAL PROPERTIES didn't want to be Involved In y at the wrong moment, and George
E II J half had no notion at all MS tll l
P running a lonely hearts club" who might tie l imsldered d I well, George Is George and store space Is now availableIn 1.II'l-llS"we'' 'i browsers. And

conservative. I Problems. all. but l the four the Fleischmann Central Building office space is enhanced by lob-

.survive to the amazement of located Third Street South. and
: on Exciting by hallway appointments of
289 Ninth St., So. Phone MI 2.2121 Thomas Huxley first used About 27 per rent ('lnsslfledPres. I
the word "agnostic1'In 1869.How Johnson as a liberal and I their two distraught managers Here is a location that offers you the the finest quality
Of and a T.V, director unique advantage of commercial ron '"
e--
Throughout the movie the four 2. Plenty of unmetered free park.
ing adjacent to the prestige residentialareas
are like ,schoolboys playing of ing to accommodate your clientele -
Naples. And for businessesthat
hockey, outwitting and distractIng in addition to the huge
can qualify, the Fleischmann Central -
do I'vl'ryonf'-llIrllldlng' their solves the main Fleischmann Parking Area west
you fans. And they take such, delightIn Building problems of the building.
their own antic"' 8. confronting a successful prestige merchandising

Some of the lines were lost, operation. 3, An address of distinction affording

however In the poor sound 1 1. The handsomely designed mod. a most discernible shoppingand

techniques and the thick"' '' British architecture affords the office in
ern shops dignity an atmosphere -

withdraw accents not to mention the Inevltihle with expansive window display of quiet, well-appointed
savingsat audleme !screams The
your combination of unsteady: movie areas easily Identified by motor beauty.

cameras and lively beatles I at -

times sent the viewer spinning,

but this didn't seem to bother For a pleasant and rewarding business future in Naples, contact J. Wilson Dyches.
the teen-agers.'
Naples Federal ?

Surfing championships on Long
Island recently drew 210 (onteatanta J. Wilson DycLes Realtor
from nine ctatea unifying
that the sport la gaming I I m Third, Street South Naples, Flood H
adherents on the East Coast aa
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) Has Much The 1911t.e% seasonls r a special JUt! more time and bigger Hxlg- St-aday, August (. 1M4 COLLIER COl: NIT NEWS 75

one for Disney his 10th. His eta Into our shows than most teu Showmobile Hits Trail For -

shows, first on ABC and now In elision producers do.

Of Filming Done color on NBC, have always re 'We believe in getting more

fleeted taste, quality and varie. action and bigger backgrounds r

New ty. The selection next year will, for our stories, not Just shoot Coconut Grove August 19In I
For Season continue to be varied, with accent them against s wall. We can liii

on {original, multlchapter Justify the expense when we use g-
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Televl. films. sets for three or tour shows. For response to many requests, the Broadway firmament, Lira

MOD producers who scurry to "Of the IS shows, we'll have Instance, I had a whole Philadelphia a Snowmobile is being readied to Mlnnelll and Elliott Gould.

make deadline could take a about five nature films, two feature street in the 90s built hit the trail to the Coconut Grove Miss Mlnnelll, the daughter of

lesson from Walt Disney. He's movies two cartoon shows for 'Gallagher,1 a story about a Playhouse In Miami for the Wed. Judy Garland and stage and film d+ v

three-fifths finished with his and the rest three and foursart newspaper copy boy written by nesday August 19, matinee of director Vincent Mlnnelll, scored I

programs for the coming ,ea. story films," said Walt. Richard Harding Davis." "The Fantastldts," according to an Immediate success when she

son, which doesn't start until "There's a reason for doing Walt doesn't like to pressed announcement by Doris Reynoldsand made her New York debut in an

Sept.20. films In three or moreparta.We by deadlines. Hence IS of the Marian By ram, who have ort-Broadway revival of "Best

year's product of M hours Is sponsored these popular theatre Foot Forward. With every
filmed excursions in the past critic prepared to compare her

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE "And we've got nature photo. Now in its fifth year in New to her famous mother, Mill Millo
0 York, "The Fantasticks" has twill proved that she had a talent
graphers out in the field shoot
TENTATIVE BUDGET COLLIE COUNTY. FLORIDAlSrdlnlummirrtnB.0'.i.1.Coun'1' log subjects for 1985 and 1968," been widely acclaimed as one of her own and was more than
he added. i of the most imaginative muscial equipped to stand on her two
? Commi.aloner of Coheir ,
? ?, /, nTmoi/ in ? Tentative Sudt The Board el County Countyaimmaryo"atementolefrESTIMATEDrRECEIPTI As host of the series, Walt comedies of the past decade. dancing feet. Subsequently she
AND.. tht following must spend some of his time as Since its opening, the musical appeared in rapid succession on )
the 1964 & County Bedtet: EXPENSES fo, an actor. "There's some ham has been produced in various the Ed Sullivan, Jack Pear, Judy

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES in all of us," he admitted. "I theatre capitals throughout the Garland and Johnny Carson tele
GENERAL REVENUE FUND world. vision shows, and last season
can shoot about five Introduce
fll-Corn".lon. 01"" the cast at the Coco. she starred In a touring produCe
I.N. 1 p" diem . 10,001I 00 tions in a day and I find the Heading
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212-S.lerie.. Deputy CI..k. _ 1,10000 nut Grove Playhouse will be two tlon of "Carnival. Miss MinenelU'
Cu work fun. It chanceto
p.rv"or' R.atrah05 t Deputy gives me a
m:1 u.Irshv., s.lars .:_ .:.: __ 9.701 3.5000S: 00 get away from everythingelse of the brightest young stars In outstanding performances
225-CI.rk ncordln A court enendenca won her the coveted Daniel Blum
724-Comml. ono, (.. Anns.r :_ _- _____-:___ _ I: 900 000 g: for aday." NEW PLAYS FOR STOCK Theatre Award.
pz5-Corn"I"on.. T.. Collector ,_ 15,00010 He tries to work animals into to iS
541-Courthous. rn"n.n.nee,, Utllltl... ., NEW Elliott Gould first made Broad.
YORK
c. 119099, (AP) Nine
'U-8'1',.., county P'aon aock.d. ___ ___ ___ ___ 13,5" his act, and the results are often I r1,
sit and take notice when
musicals end 12
way
Broadway
up
plays
P61-C, o' al.cllone __
-- ___ ___ ,.,sal N unexpected. For the lead-in to
Ott-LeRtl: IdvMhing. a 6ttern.y .. __ I. o the show of "Nlckl, Wild Dog of ba are to be heard along the sack he was featured in the musical +
n tee sdv.rtlsing ro "I Can Get It I
circuit For You Whole.
000 the he bunch of for the first time this
st.Uv. _
,66-Adm 0 t..1 y North put a
469-Admm.tntrve, .uppllM ,001I oe sumo Sr.Among. sale." Also in the cast was another
J4.lOO 00 baby dogs, cats, guinea pigs,
=,71-D.char 14Smell: Claim.:of n'.ono'Court .:PPI..nt : g: g: possums and skunks in a cage the melody properties. talented newcomerBarbgra
I 9.,00
75-S.y., Juv.n,I. .Iud. __ ____ ___ ., 00 to show young animals don't J being licensed are "My Fair Streisand who not only becamethe
Ill-Corcull JudSa .uppl..n a .....'.".1 ..."Ice __ __ 0.20000 Lady," "Camelot" "Milk and electrifying star of "Funny
312-Salary) Judie.f, .c.y _ __ __ _ _ I t71 00 harm each other as long as -'": Girl but also took her f
311-.1., % Deputy S0.Ntt. .. ___ __ 500.93100 they're not hungry Someone Honey "Tovanch "Little mar.
JlII-S.I"y. County .Iud. .. __ __ ..a' Me Mrs.
9,00090 chicks and 'A' "The Sound of Music, rug vows as Elliott Gould.
)UII-W'n. .per diem suggested adding
... n 10000 ar "No Siring." "She Loves Me" Recently Gould won national critical .
Ut-E.pon. PublIc D.n" .. ,194 00 ducklings, and this was done w
361-E.poft.. Sh."ff' D.p..1".n' __.. _ __ _ W 11310 and "Stop the World-I Want to notice as the Jester in the
UI-Admlft"ell", ..I."... Ro.d D.p..t".n _____ ___ 1066100 Walt was in the middle of a TV of "Once
Get
Off. production
-- Off-Broadway contributes Upon aMattress.
121-Enginemn l supptiss :
take when he looked down to a
127-Epasn. County Pr.on, Sock.d. '- - 11O:: gg "Rlverwind" to the bitch ."
'
kitten with a chick in Its mouth
: =r"cbo'c houN: ; oa .___ _ 1,00000 loon: a and a puppy trying to make off rf! of fresh materiel "The Fantasticks" was adapt LIZA MINNELLI, daughter of Judy Garland, is
S61-R.Io. .nowenca _. __ The playa include "Chips With ed from Edmond Rostand's play
00,00000 ,
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with duckling. He rescued the star of "The
.. a Fantasticks.
Naples Showmobilerswill
Sfit-E.p.n. D.p.rt".nl
W.If.r. _. __ _ 1,30000 "Les and
Everything "Take Her She'sMbne Romantlques has
565-Nocpit.l..tion..rvca! for the Indigents 16,06900 victims Just in time. I I
171-5.1..... a ..p.n.... County Vet".os Olfce, _ ,101 00 ," "A Thousand Clowns," book and lyrics by Tom Jones attend a performance of the cusical comedyat
S7Z-C,,,,' D.n.' operation .. ... 1.50000 SURPRISED MARLENE "Oh, Dad" "Enter Laughing," and music by Harvey Schmidt Miami's Coconut Grove Playhouse on Wednesday

m.r: :, opor.tioa 4 2onns, D.p.ri".n _. -:- :.: ::.=..=-_:= .Jggg: gg -( (I ( J, Actress-singer grandmother "Good Momma, Miss Dove," The story blending satire and afternoon August 19.
177-Coun.y Fre. Pub"c L'b''y'' 2367500County Marlene Dietrich seems surprised "The In
Irregular Verb To Love, sentimentality equal measure,
s 68Z-Coun'y 5- A."culturel P.r. Control D.p..n_ . _, _._.._, ._ _ IS 02.75000 Ill 00 uwxr- after unveiling a statue "Love and Kisses" "The Milk tells of a boy and girl whoexper. trip transportation by air conditioned and should be back in Naples

6S-County 6S5-County Publicity Prk.I _ ___ == IIggggg -: by Glacomettl Cannes, Tram Doesn't Stop Here Anymore lence the worldly problems of disillusionment bus, lunch and a down between 8 and 7 p.m.
696. Retame' t.., Water ''En.n..r.' - France. Maybe she was expecting ," Oman Welle*' version of and tolerance before front seat for the performance.The Reservations for the Showmo.
669-Sp.c.l: County .c -'.:-_ IUgg gg to see i o m e t h i n g "Moby Dick" "One Flew Over they find love.TIcJLetl bus will leave at 10 a.m. bile can be obtained from Doris I

-B.d"o 690-Ott/e.IGuest.p.nse. turndure a .qupiM, -=::::: -=:=:--::: 1900000 10000 else the Cuckoo' Nest" and the for the August 19 matinee from the parking area at Third Reynolds at Reynolds Enterprises .
IIl-Coun'v Ro.d I.n con"uc'on, __ 11,00000 er CICRT 1.0WNSt0N1aPf..d double bill. "The Private Ear"and of the Showmobile art Street, South, and Broad Avenue Ml 2-4332, or from Marian

117-Purch.os 925-R.funds, ::.o voting yours.Chlnos- __ __- ==:'==--=_ "i: gg Id.o Everyone Reeds The NEWS "The Public Eye." priced at $19 and Include round next to the picture theatre, Byram at Ml W124.
951 Rn.rv. County cont.nac,.$ 11123 00
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952-R..ov.: Shut-Of'0 conlmencte. = ______ 9.00000: PATIO SUPPER
'53-R....".. cash b.l.nee __ __ ____._ 15.001I00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES, A spicy sauce that adds that
GENERAL REVENUE 'UDGET 1929,499 00 extra touch to hamburger.

ESTIMATED REVENUES a RECEIPTS _
GENERAL REVENUE fUND Charcoal-broiled Hamburgers

.-'hlo.d. a telegraph t.. __ _____.__t ISO 00 Sloppy Charlie Sauce Rolls FOR
IIi-Roc.! a Dog lreck taf _'__'__ _____ 229,000 00 Cooked Vegetable Salad YOU-PREMIUM
IIl1-ln.u.nc. eg.nl's 5c _ .___ 00000 Fresh Peach
Ill-Oil 4 ... production, ta. __ __ __ 1,50010 Cake Beverage
121 Stale portion, Hospitalnation, Indigante'l4 14300
=County portion:; of boat tan -r- __- toot: 0 SLOPPY CHARLIE SAUCE
110 Real Estate .... ._
$ 121 Mills $179000000 __ 56900000
Occupational I licenses _____. 100000 1 tablespoon butter or margarine BAYFRONT
131-Beverage I licenses ____y 100000 1 medium onion and 1 small PROPERTY
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I3 -Building 4 toninga. ___ 1900000I
l4l-Int.r..t on I,,,,. dpoll' _ ___ ____ .ISO 00 green pepper coarsely chopped
119-Int.rest on Govt, cavnp, bonds ___________ 967 00 1 clove garlic, peeled and halved/
ISI-E.u. fees Ta. A..o' _ ______ 100000
I52-E.<:... fees. Ta* Collector __ _.,_ 1290000 I can ((8 ounces) tomato sauce FOR AS
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LITTLE
161-Waifn..funds 17): -Grants 4 donations, :-_ :, :: -: =-::=== 100000 57900: 1/4 teaspoon ..ch nit end sugar AS
192--6e1., C.rt.tcat, ,. .f Ind.Medn.ss. -- .. 1900000 1/2 teaspoon strong chill pow. ,
116--M.C.flaneon, refunds I I.w ::=-= = 750000TtTAL : der a

ESTIMATED RECEIPTl _IM3 Ml 00 1/8 teaspoon ground cuminIn
-- --
las, 5* __? ? _, [ _:-_ 44.115.00n an 8-inch skillet over low
1 _
% of Estimated Receipt 139.696 0 hest, melt the butter. Add onion,
Estimated cash carryover: _- ..- ._ _.:;: =--:= 00,000,00: green pepper end garlic inserted $400

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTI t REVENUE __$8214H 00 on toothpick halves; cook gently
until wilted stirring occasionally .
LEVIES FUNDS
ffETo"XE T I j about 20 minutes. Stir In

54lf-State .II Mrd 910NrFnhtlcWnt0l44althrUntls' | ___w; 141,1210 remaining .ingredient; heat..Iow.Iy. .
Remove garlic Make about
REVENUES 4 RECEIPTS
130-Raal Estate ta.. 21 Mill, I;' 40,30000 t 1/2 cups enough for 6 hamburger ',
Less 5.% _ ..'---=--r j ..:=-: 117900 mad from I 1, 2 pounds r { .,.

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS REVENUES .-- -...::g 11,720.00: lean ground beef 7607 W rl en

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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES I *) *
CAPITAL OUTLAY ACCOUNTS -
,. { INTEREST 4 SINKING FUNDi02In"r..t I

on bond I..u.. 1 __ _ _. 1.I.000M
763A.nt'aln -1 y.- 101 01
,"_P"nclp.1 on bonds 'j.. _ 01,00001
1 IR""va for continganciat. .. , _,_ .IUOI
V T-
TOTAL fXPENDITURES- I
4 INTEREST a SINKING FU"O .141.011,01

ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
i UD-Ru'' Estate Teen 1J Mill, ....____ -,5134,700e4'"
Laaa tTOTAL% __ ._ ___- IU1De15'11t 611
' ..a d,,. a
o' E.tI".d A.colp" 171.01101
Cash Ceryev.r .. .-.4.-- 13,000,01'"
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4, #I ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. 4 'REVENUES: ,{143,01301 '11.y vntfr 1Irrl

ESTIMATED EXPEND'TURES ''Itl I
LAND ACQUISITION a IUILDINO CONSTitUCTIDN1"Con.uc"on

of County bUIld. In.. _,_ -1_ _ _ .5 1,100 01 I
Ilil-Lond .cqul.looft, a ''''prova,,,anta 000,000.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES __ _.,__ __ ___ .4007,009.0/

ESTIMATED RECEIPTS I I trllle.

III-Sol. of G.n..1 Obll..tlon Conde ,_ ..... ------1051.040 01 I
113$01. of ,
County properly 03,00.90
-- -- .4. --- -- I

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS _. ..1103OON I

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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
.71;'W:1: FINE A FORFEITURE! FUND:ftf/fr/ ". I II f "I' I'U'! j

119-Salary Prosecuting Attorney -.4 Lf40.01 .. :
---- :
I 316--Salary: : County Sh.rff" .. :_.r.-- . = _. 1,000 -- t,
1311-5.1.",.., County Judo's Clerk _T.__ ,
171- .... Clerk Circuit Court ?___-. .__ 3.003 f/.f' ,
' -Salary 4 Enpenses Justice of Peece. Out, 412s JP'SJ un .
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Fees
Witness 4 Juror
::Other Court costH' :.-, = =_ __ u:i '" :.IIj
331-tupenses County Judge ___._. ,__.__ _ M____ 1,020
J44 Refund, Estreated bond '_--, i -- 21001
361::Autopsies -:: = -- I,o10 phone
Hi! Sheriffs InvestigationsI24Sheriff __ __ .000 00

1st:..County'*Judge Equipment equipment' .__ --.___: -: ==== I.n= : North Key LargoIt's

Ml -Reserve. County contingencies' __ _ __ 1,1t'
*S2_Reserve. Sheriff contingenciee ____- __ ____ 1,000 ,
114-Reserve, County Judge contingencies, -_- _-_._ $1000 '
'

?f.xo"RE\TUU"l'UND, __ ___1 '7.470,Of;.
r I.', the )l,'llICtIYO l falapnnnuaabar .
ESTIMATED RECEIPTI' .tl the Ocean Reel Inn
FINE a FORFEITURE FUND end. Ynt Club I* the world.loaMut .

144-'ln. a I'o"tu _1 020001160Shefrs 'Male. I Kr .North

171-Office feaa elv.l County f... Judge_---- -..-_-..=== t.:: g: Key Lap. le ke ...et.

. . . . .
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS __ I2a010
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ups 5* ______ __ -_ J.U 00 Why N., fl'r r... New And FASHI ON'ABLEamor' Her it is-an attractively priced
paradise for small-bust owners! Hundredsof
.. ....4.4 ,
39% of R.ce'pl.' ____ ___ __ -___ N 7910Esti.nata0 LuaurJouelr -
calls ......",0"., __ !11010' tllllltt New 4..*(l...lo Tnara miles of PL21tt1cl} bays and inlets begin at your own private anchorage.

TOTAL RECEIPTS 4 REVENUE. F4F FUND _---7: -
J\IIT\, ABOUT Teo PLEASANT
ROAD ESTIMATED IRIDGE EXPENDITURES FUND elOUROP DIIIVI..O will, OIVI Every spacious homesite is directly on the water, fully sea-walled.
You a COM.latl. CH""OI OPICIN.RY

419 421--Free Maintenance, labor .County -ber s------===-=--=-4I50MM 5.00050122E.up.n.nt PLUI Ntw. INLAROto. and served by city utilities. Within the Naples, city limits, just 5 minutes

maintenence 4 contracts ___ 11 500 00 ATTRACTIve bOD01NeAND
423 2000000 IIICIII"'IO."L 'CILlo from center ot.town .
-Gee oil shopping.For
4l-Read matanela4tlRight grease __ __:._--::::::=== -=== 5400000: Tits Poe "OILIOH"UL ....

: : of of way way eipense purchase_=-==- =:::==:::= 200000I 00000 ILV HOLIDAY-AND DON'T"
11432Rgh construction contract* --------j----- = II one: N FAST ASOUT MOlOUITOts. every lot purchaser, Royal Harbor will build a landing dock
:: ==
134 Road equipment purchase ===:: :: :.=. = 1000000 '"I ARIA9 1"10 '''0''
.U-R........ 10 a
-- --
County contingencies
AIR, 11& AND IaNO.Inl.f .
free of charge Or, if you prefer contribute the same amount toward
TOTAL EXPENDITURE!, .
ROAD a SRIDOE FUND------ _12'1.1" w 0shM5 '
/n d.sua, :/i ./: IAMIIw/ the construction of a slip.Homesite. ,
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS -. bone HHiUit an ma II...< I SJ J.la
ROAD SRIDOE FUND . .. "'
c*.*.p 1.. ar> toll """
111 flesolln* tan _. i - - 7I4S40Mt lad _d borrNMa.wMl.wmt., .. are priced from $6,400 to 19,900-s wide to suit
.
a bottom range your
r.i '
112=Motor fuel tai _. .:: -= = too ** .....In.. r.te.ml .
111 toOOMoe _, on akin aUvmf a Ndftaole
Aufe t.-
transportation mileage - :
113.-5.1. of me n.Nen'.aitr undaraaoaaoMl individual taste and need.! ,
County -- -
property
119-R.iundb ==== _= lOOtM., park and as.r-a ax Ima
street
-
paving agawmg eJ ma run, .(/.red.ROOMS. .

TCTAL f20,4100Laos
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS --
1.% -- .-__H..---- t-! --'-. - /I,1N NN E/rcNEA'g VILLAS Drive out and kit Royal Harbor today take US. 41 and turn south on

... I I f13INNEstimated o. "CHTILI ...VA'LA.LaC.IIIOI
% 'R.c.Pf. .. : "I
cash carry-over __ _-- -- 11.SOOSS' Sendplper Street Telephone Inquiries: Call Alan Pater, Gen Mgr or
__ ..:: : TRie' JR.VIc.fiesld'eot .
TOVAL RECEIPTS' 4 REVENUES: RS FUND I74MMOOTl.e Resell (formarly ON NAPLES BAY '

e' rd T.J'l. Comml.oner of Collier: County will meet M el Heel Iu) *f North Key Ernie Blodgett at Midway 2-474-: your favorite Real 1 Estate Broker.
Cal P M.. 1$. 1004e tt e /"r,0.f. ?*irr and complaints from the eubli goring, tM .'.. *.'. L.'.. "0. I ..>* mekeetvetlen ,... < V
gear 14 at Said meting wall bTkald la tM Ce.m.nwae'e SoerdSleom. *. OR. ..It. le hi. \$
ourt........ East Naples FlortdeMARGARET. WHERE EVERY BACKYARD IS ,BAYFRONT1)isney

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>> COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, August I, 1964

-- Catholic Church Moving To Showdown On Crucial Issues


I West Losing Propaganda By GERALD MILLER pieces to simple black dresse cir, toward change great impe It Is accepted that the Pope He often said be did not have
VATICAN CITY (APIn) ar and bonnets. tus. The council provided the was discussing birth control much time.
ace of change and crisis, the But there have been significant platform pills, which have become the fo. But Pope Paul was 65 -eleven .
Roman Catholic Church Is mov. changes within the church pope i John called for agglor. cua of a widening discussion years younger than John _
Baffle With Vietnamese ln( toward a showdown on some In recent years there has beer! nann: ,'nln "updating." He said among churchmen. when elected He has every reason .
" of the major issues of moderr less emphasis on proclamation tip wanted to open the windows In announcing the study June to expect more time to
! SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) -, trying to rely on mats commoniratlons times -and the world Is watch. of dogma for Catholics and of the Church and let In fresh 23, Pope Paul reaffirmed the bring about what he desires for
I 'g The West still is losing the bat. technique: because we Ing more emphasis on explaining alt He said he hoped to createa traditional Church ban on artificial the church.
; ,' tie against the Communists for have so few workers. What's The stirrings" within the and clarifying the things that all climate for eventual unity of birth control. And no one In
j i ( allegiance of the Vietnamese really needed Is the personal church encompass such questions Christians have In common. all Christians in brotherhoodand authority at the Vatican Is will.
I :' People, Judging from new U.s. touch, and that's where the VietCong as its position on artificial AU of this, say the church his. peace. Ing to predict whether or not
intelligence estimates of the en. Is beating us so badly." birth control, t the population ex. torUns, Is a natural evolution Pope Paul has pledged him. when the study Is done the
emy. Why are there so few workersfor plosion relations with common because the church is a living ..Ill t<, cam on John's program Church will allow Catholic to s
': The Vtet Cong has suffered an government propaganda| ism, race relations and its roleIn body made up of human memo But the changes already un. use the pills.
I' "I. estimated 10,000 casualties in teams? an age of space exploration, bers Even the historians, how. dertaken have had profound It is In the same spirit that
: the last six months but during One reason seem to be a lack atomic weapons And emerging ever, seem a little amazed: at meaning bur the modernization other recent changes have come
I the time period, estimates of of money. The average team nations the many changes In So short a movement about
1 his main fighting strength have leader Is paid about $25 a What directions the church time What the church is trying The ouncll's liturgy reform The Church, for example, has
.
Increased by up to 7,000. This month, a sum a good maid will take will become clearer to do, they say, Is to accommo. makes It possible for the first eased the traditional ban
represents a gross gain of about could earn in Saigon Another next month with the resumption date itself to the new world time for Roman Catholics to against cremation, nd longer
i'( 17,000 fighting men, only about and more important reason, on Sept. 14 of the Vatican Ecu. without compromising Its fun. celebrate most of the Mass and condemning it for Catholics In
4,, 30 per cent of whom are believed Americans feel, Is the shortageof menlcal Council the third ses.damental beliefs sacraments In their own Ian. areas where local custom or
I I to be infiltrators from Vietnamese government sion Much of the new movement In guage instead of Latin. The shortage of cemetery space
I, I North Viet Nam. workers with "crusading" teal," Before the prelates will be a the church today Is due directly council also has expressed approval make burial difficult
The rest, presumably, have the motivation to do the best job draft schema on "The Church In to the late Pope John XXm. of modern styles In ec. Saturday Masses are now per. i
been local recruits. possible, even at personal sacrl. the Modern World," and the de. Much of the outcome will rest cleslastlcal art and the use of mUted for worshippers who for
V; The major government fall. flee."There bates will give clues to the with Pope Paul VI. native instruments like tom. special reasons cannot attend
ure, many UA officials believe are so many cases It church's future Within the church are conser. POPE PAUL VI torn in place of pipe organs In mass on Sunday. ,
: has been In matching VietCong makes me weep, of Vietnamese But much change has already vatives who feel that tradl primitive countries.And The next council session will
: Information personnel being taken materialistic It has made take two other
propaganda. place tionallsm is strength that sud. philosophy, must now Pope Paul up provocative
1\ The basic cutting tool of the sent to sensitive hamlets who Church historians say that not change. It clear that the Church Is Issues declarations on religious .
,f Viet Cong Is a squad of about 10 just decided to play sick In. since the First Century has the tlon den change doubts could and danger mean dlsrup to the Many of the Church felt as undergoing change on the con. liberty and on the Catholic L.r. \' .'-- .."......
armed men and women whose stead, or found some other ex. Catholic Church been so aware faith. Pope John did about the neces. troverslal Issue of birth control. attitude toward Jews and other LBJ'S C H 0 ICE M.J.
primary function Is propaganda cuse. They're not willing to take of its public image This has ac. ally for modernization But b)' He broke long years of official nonChristians.There Gen.J L.Throckmorton li PrcIdent .
This kind of outfit Is known by any risks," the American said counted, at least In part, for Other prelates -largely pas. voicing his views as the abso. Vatican silence to say that the are those who say that
Communists as the "Agitprop "Until we have a propaganda some of the external changes toral bishops who live and work lute ruler of the Roman Catholic Church Is studying the Issue In for all this, Pooe Paul Is moving Johnion'i choice to sue ,
team," and It Is an essential machine that can meet the ene For example, the change in away from Rome say that If Church and spiritual leader of the light of new developmentsand more slowly than John. Pope need G'n. W, W..tmorllnd as
part of the Viet Cong's politico. my's, we're going to go on and nuns' apparel by many orders, the church Is to survive in an the world's half-billion Cat ho. would report results as soon John was a min in a hurry. He deputy commander of American
military war machine, on losing this thing." from long robes and tight head. age of scepticism, doubt and lies, Pope John gave the tenden. as possible. was 77 when he became pope. force In South Viet Nem,
Most of the experts In psy.
chologlral warfare and propaganda .
I, here believe the Viet
Cong's Agitprop teams have
done the Saigon governmentmore ,
.
t damage than even the .. ,
tough Viet Cong regulars .'
The Viet Cong feels controls: '\". .,1 l
77 out of South Viet Nam's 237
administrative dlstrl'' ts so com.: '4
,a l" '
pletely that Agitprop activity no :yf < W .
r. '
longer isneceenary. ,: "
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In the other ICO districts, : c .?; ( "t
where government units are .
still trying to make a headway, t ,
the Viet Cong reportedly hat as. "
signed at least two Agitprop i *
teams per district. This means
that about 320 Viet Cong teams
lire working In the country,
On the government side, only
about 20 'Information teams," the behind the miracleuses
with functions roughly similar,
are In ad Ian. man

numerical This gives edge the of 16.1.Viet Cong a

U.S. propaganda/ experts 1*.
I lIeve the Viet Cong not only has
numerical superiority, but gen.
erally fields better teams, as
well.

,, names Combined government American propugan.and Viet the most modern and advanced electronic equip. At Cape Coral, 7/2 road miles Southwest of Fort Myers,

da efforts ate tailored for three

:;:, who bask have groups hail of little|x'c'>or|>le no-4hoso ton. ment of the space age, side-by-side with the simple tools they have created a modern, thriving community from


the tact coup with/ detat the government last November since, of the past, to provide for the needs of the future. He and what was once a wilderness. At Golden Gate Estates, 13

those who have had little or no
contact with the government 3,500 other "Men Behind the Miracle" Gulf American road miles from Naples, they have turned rawvirgin acre
I during eight years of Vietnam.ese .

who have Indcpeiirlenc had virtually, and no those I'on. Land Corporation, work in the principal cities of the age into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing.

tact with Saigon for 33 years or
more. United States, in several foreign countries, at Gulf Wherever they may be..whatever tools they
"But the most important thing

neatly Is the thing enough our of shill," an Is Americansaid not doing American's eleven-story office building in Miami and at command..these men personify Gulf

"and that Is
getting out
and talking to |111'01'11'|>l "We're Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates. Their combined efforts American's corporate goal..buildingnew

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