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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 16, 1964
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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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4ht YEAR NUMPER 16 11 lx r '? f1
SUNDAY AUGUST 16, 1964 18 PAGES 10 CENTS

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Cites 'Unruly Conscience' 'Neapolitans' To Be

Distributed Here



Senator Takes TomorrowiA'ht Copies of the 1965 yearbook,
Fulbright the "Neapolitan," will be dls.
tributed between 7 o'clock andS
S o'clock Monday night In the 'sewsp
aples Senior High School cafe.
torlum, it wu announced here


At GoldwaterWASHINGTON en yesterday.The until cafetorlum 10. o'clcx will for remain those de.op. ,

Sharp Rap airing to secure autographsac-

Cording. to Principal E.W. Woodruff ,.


TilE FOUR MODELS posed for this picture last spring to show \\hatIndents

Sen.J. ( cnn and! cnlnnt'I'" at the Naples Senior llitrh School bermnmir -
William Fulbright(AP) -D-Ark.. I with th" opening: of school on August tn: At left, Ron Rosenit.thj .

said Saturday that COP presUen. : anti Uaib.ira: ElIstt'I'Inn' shown in school ilivss which will not

tlal nominee Barry Goldwater 'I1t! }.' -- ,,' mreptablo.. At right Stanley Hoynton and Ellen Whitsitt appropritely .
is conservative but has "an unruly ; nt dressed! for school, smilingly observe the "taboo" for 1961-6.; .
conscience" that could (NEWS photo)
bring "risky changes In our na. r '"
tlonal life" ( "'1
'''' School Code
ft. Dress
Fulbright chairman of the ".....r''''
Senate Foreign Relations Com.
mlttee and an old critic of Cold
water's views, ridiculed In a

prepared meals the Senate Republican speech nominee, state -.M- Wlijil Y..IIVeJlr Does

has made on major Issues. .
Quoting liberally from Gold ; i .N r '""tart r/' t
.j.
water's book, "Conscience of A ,
Conservative" Fulbright said 1 1' / r Make A Difference
the Arizona senator could be
"counted on to follow the die k. r 1 1 owr
tales of his conscience even "The dress code tor students Blue jeans are acceptable they proper dress had a direct In-
though; it sometimes dictates : at Naples Senior High are neat, clean and properly Hue nee on the learning atmosphere -
things that even he must find School adopted! last spring and fitted. A belt must be wornif In the school room

alarming." publicized remains unchanged t trousers have belt Io<'p'. I'art ol a statement Issued

SEES CONFLICT ," Wallace Woodruff principal Fancy clean on hoes are out. at the March 2 meeting read

said yesterday Haircuts shall be the standard "?. We appeal to then-opera-
"A peculiar problem arises The announcement was madeIn man's hair cut or flat top. live good judgment of
from the fact that while Senator answer to a number of Inquiries The dress codes for the two teachers and pupils and parents
Goldwater Is himself a conserv. made the school schools stemmed from School strongly
/ at high I that all I Involvedin
his urge persons
atlve disposition ton.
regarding the dress code to be Board action In March. Board the public school
science clearly Is not, Ful. system
bright said. r initiated with the opening of members In a lengthy discus dress and conduct themselveswith

"It Is, In fart, an unruly ron. school on August 31. sion agreed unanimously thatCounty's modesty dignity and de
science, demanding Intermit. Shorts are out at the senior cency. We will wholeheartedly
tently that we break oft dlplo. ARCHITECTS sketch of the Port au Villa a new Local Stores high school and the junior high School support principals and teach-
matlc relations with the Soviet Car Hits Road Inillion-dolISl' luxury coperative club. Announce. school, too, which had adopteda ers implementing a reasonable
Union or that we impose a ment of the newest addition to the Naples skyline similar code. code
Western protectorate on the Washout, Couple was made by Earl L. Frye broker of Wesley G. Go On Regular Girls will\ be required to Teachers ReturnTo dress and regulating correct conduct appropriate conducive -

newly Independent peoples of Drown In CanalA Downing, Inc., realtors. wear dresses or skirts and to the best learning environment.
Africa or that we balance the 2 blouses shlrt-talls tucked In, "
Work
federal budget while at the husband and wife, Mr. and Hours Sept. Monday ,
fitted and of
Wlshork of Immo. properly accepted In final action at the M.rdimeeting
same tlm. abolishing the grad. Mrs. Presley
uated Income tax and sawing kale lost their lives early Sat. It's The 'Port au Villa'Naples The Wednesday afternoon length. Hair must be neatly Jt', back to school tomorrow the board directed the
off the Eastern Seabord-with urday morning when the 1958 summer store closing custom combed or brushed. Inappropriate for about 230 Collier County Pu. principals of the various
Ford station wagon driven by will probably come to an end make-uporhalr-doswlll bile school teachers) Principals
all its valuable tag money schools to draw I "reasonable
and letting It float put to sea,Mrs. Wlshork hit a washout on Gets Another .on August 26, Lloyd easterllng. not be acceptable.. of the the various schools have) beenon code Both the senior and

"Clearly the Republlrsn>*4. the Industrial Llmerock Road wMillionDollar .wshlarman' of the Chamber of boys will) be required to wear II.johslnpB. (Vo-wW August* butwiOll.II tin ,, Junior .high *ch oi',, nQW"'c'"
didate's conscience could '''In.near Imjnokalee, and plunged into Commerce Merchants' Com slacks which have appropriatefit and the opening of school i'for a memo from the offiee orsUI'f.
spire some radical and risky a canal after sideswiping power mince, announced that In line shirts with shin-tails! tuck- about 4,200 studcmts on Augustill W.D Reynolds which directed

changes In our national life -pole.Lloyd Cooley owner of the car with previous precedent the ed in (knit waistband excepted), I. teachers will finalize puns dress policy drawnappoint
which Senator Goldwa.
changes who was riding with the couple CoopPort stores will remain open for for the school year. ed committees of parents and
ter himself being a conser. was uninjured. Presley Wishork the full day on the first Wed There will be greetings of teachers and formed the code

vatlve welcome., could hardly be expectedto 38, and Ms wife, Wandar 28, au Villa a new million According to Nelson A. Faer. nesday In September or Sep- Meetings Hold "Clad to see you back'. , and' which will govern school dress

"But being a man of principleas were Seminoles and lived In the dollar luxury co-operative club, her, ALA, architect the Villa is tember 2.EllterlL'Ig. . .How was your ..lImm.rl"trom this year.
well, he would be powerlessto Gonzalez Camp near Immokalee. was announced yesterday by EarlL. designed along the Riviera style Indicated a busy Possible teachers returning to pos.lllons
prevent the upheavals which Cooley succeeded In extricating Frye, broker of Wesley G. affording privacy and "true lux. season of activity ahead for Key To held last year but about
himself from the vehicle but the ury" in co.operaUv.Uvlnl. The 40 of these reporting for duty
his moral convictions might de. Downing Inc., Realtors. merchant members. Plans are Weather OutlookPartly
mand. Where his conscience other two were trapped in it. The Hexagon Corporation,dev. buildings are constructed of pre. under consideration for several Strike UAWDetroit tomorrow will be new to the
school
The accident which happened elopers announced plans have dominantly brick masonry with a By county system.
leads him, there this great con. programs to help Increase retail The will be especial cloudy through Hun-
ones
new
shortly after 2 o'clock in the and construction uniquely designed hand-spllt te-
been completed
servatlve must go, though It trade In the Mich. (AP) Three
dar shingle roof. Each apart. Naples area, ly busy over the next two weeks day silk widely Mtllrrrd
morning waelnveatigatedbySlateTrooper will be started immediately by
leads him as seems quite In Detroit Monday
with one plan to emphasize thisyear' key meetings clan assignments and .
studying
bedrooms moldy afternoon thundtrhoorr
ment will have two ,
Robert
to Melln Deputy E.H. Marhoefer Jr., contractorat
the hold!
probable end of the morning may the answeras .
I and 2 bath with prl. Christmas promotion. student enrollments. An orientation .. !< M !.
earth.' Sheriff Fred Worth and State 2100 Gulf Shore Blvd., direct. optional to whether there will be a High Sunday
Police James the vale screened balconies. Kltch. meeting for the new teacherswill Variable wind. I IXmllr
Sgt. Campbell ly across from Moorings; strike In the auto industry! this II. te
TIDES The couple are survived by Beach. The 56 apartment coop ens will be custom appointed to Jax Policeman summer be held Wedneld.yafternoonIn per hour.
two daughters Audrey and Bar. club will extend from Gulf Shore owner's preference and all apart At those meeting at re. the county offices
High Uwm. bars, and two sons, Roger and Blvd. to the Moorings Inland ments will have wall.to.wall car. Found Guilty Of spectlve headquarters of General .
Eddie Lynn. Mrs. Wlshork Is paling throughout and Will becene .
. .... Waterway.The Motors, Ford and Chrysler,
p.m. > p.m. also survived by a brother co-operative club Is plan. trally air-conditioned and heated. ManslaughterJACKSONVILLE
.
Am 18 5:39: 8:40: 1:21 Reuben Star of Immokalee, and ned In the villa style of six sep. Allen FlemlngNaplesresident the first companies contrail will offers make to their the Welcome For New
Aug. 17 8:51: ':57 12:41: 2:37 her mother Mrs. Maggie Star arate buildings surrounding a and president of the Hexagon (AP)-Grady new Workers.
United Auto I
Aug. 18 8:13 10:45 2:1' 3:11 of Philadelphia. Mrs. WlshorkIs landscaped mall Including pool Corp., stated that the total dev. Allen Belger 32, suspended Talks between the two sides
Au,. 19 ':11 U:22: 3:30 4:28 also survived by a sister, patio and recreational facilities. elopment will be completed and Jacksonville policeman will get have taken seven weeks thus

AuK. 2010:08 11:51: 4:20: 5:08 Zelda Wlshork services of Apopka.Fun.ral The three.story buildings will con. 1965.ready for occupany by January no when more he Is than sentenced 20 years for III prison killinghis far, with that time taken up Teachers Aug. 20
are being taming 12 apartments over. of
Add one hour for Marco girl friend. with the UAW presentation
arranged at the Richard A. Pitt- look the private mooring facili.
Add one hour, Naples Bijr bridge Beige was tried for second Us case for contract gains, I om.
man Funeral Home In Naples. ties on the Inland waterway. Two
similar three story structures degree murder but a criminal pany request for clarificationof For the sixth night year 6(30. Among those who will
will face directly towards the court jury reduced It to man. some points, and company. Mr. and Mrs. Ad Miller of Ad be on hand to greet the new
Moorings! Beach on the Gulf of RENEW YOU 1 slaughter before convicting him. statements on some minor I' Miller Associates will sponsora teachers are Mayor Archie Tur
Mexico. The two remaining structures Oman LICENSE .I Belger admitted he shot to sues. "Welcome to Naples" for the ner; County School Superlnteiw
are orientated toward the DURING YOUR death Margaret Snowden 19, In Contrails between the UAW new teachers In the city's public dent William D. Reynolds; H.
m2Jtx / SUMMA it was accidental. run out Aug.31. Thlrty one teachers who are Greater Naples Chamber of Com
lr starting their first year of Mr- mares; and member of the Col.
Jij, ,r. vice here will be given the "red tier County Board of Public In
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS \ v I carpet treatment" next Thursday struction Including LeoChlcker.
Irk August 20, culminating In Ing Mrs. Sarah Jones, Phillip
TOKYO (AP) Japan ob. LONDON (AP) Was a reception and dinner in their Crew, E. George Rogers and
served the 19th anniversary of convicted train robber Charles k' honor at the Piccadilly Pub. Dr. Kenneth Snyder. They will
Its World War n surrender Sat. Wilson, 32, kidnaped at gunpointor ; Tho teachers will meet at 1 be accompanied by their elves
urday with a solemn state memo. whisked away by friends In p.m. Thursday at the Junior High Others who will attend the re.
rial service for its more than 3 his spectacular jail break from School and will take a bus tour ceptlon and dinner ts guest of
million war dead. a maximum-security prison? r r, o r, a, of Naples with Mrs Miller as Mr and Mrs. Miller are Eugene
Emperor Hlrohito Premier Scotland Yard chose the latter hostess. At Z p.m. they will L. Tumor president of the First
Hayato Ikeda and other ranking theory Friday and reasoned thata visit Caribbean Gardens where National Bank and Mr,. Turner,
officials attended the ceremonyat newspaper message; had they will be greeted by Joel Ku. Mrs. Mamie Took, president of
the Yasukunl shrine In honor tipped off the convict hours be. perberg, managing director and the Bank of Naples; C.A.Brooks,
of the fallen soldiers It was the fore he was removed from his attend a performance of the gar. executive vice president of the
first time since World War n ceU at Birmingham's Win son den's famed water bird show Bank of NapUs,and Mra.Brooks;
that the state had participated Prison last Tuesday Later In the afternoon the teach. Frank Kerrigan of the First N*.
In such services at a Shinto A jailmate said fellow prison. ers will see Naples from the air tlonal Bank and Mr*. Kerrigan
shrine. ers believe Wilson was abduct. rkarsM as guests of Captain John late Mr and Mrs. Joel Kuperbergand
Japan's Constitution prohibitsthe ed by a rival gang that wanted of Naples Airlines.The Captain and Mra. John Zate.
state from engaging; in reU. him to reveal the whereaboutsof Jh reception and dinner at Tax Miller will deUver the Invo.
gious activities. The memorial $5 million In loot from last the Piccadilly Pub will start at cation at the dinner.
service was kept free of reU. year's great train robbery
glous overtones to fend off fur. Police said they cannot rule +e
ther criticism of the govern out Marsden's theory but they
ment's participation.PORT are sticking to the view that an RECENT AERIAL PHOTO shows Marathon
advertisement In a lovelorn col. Y IAr "rawTy Dredging Company's big dredge taking another

AU PRINCE Haiti umn of The London Daily Mall .a bite of land in the Moorings Bay as work pro-
organized the jallbreaker's ren.
(AP) President Francois Du. dezvous. r trresses rapidly towards the completion of the new
valler's government is braced Moorings Unit No. I 5 north of Doctor's Pass. The
for the possibility of further apparent Island to the left of the dredge actuallyis
rebel attacks. BERLIN (AP) U.S. author. part of the high ground of the mainland which
Road blocks were manned on ties are amazed that the East the
must be sacrificed to make fill to bring beach
did not .
roads leading to the capital. German regime impiis.on Aerial also
And on one street corner the a young American college; area up to proper elevation. shows
body of a dead rebel fighter was student who says he slugged Pon 4r't sea wallinsc activities in progress at Doctor's Pass,
displayed In an effort to show three Communist border guards : and the high-ris apartments marching northwardas
the government's strength la a dispute over money. more beach frontage becomes available for
Duvaller set himself up as a The student James Connor, !II i building purposes. March is the target date for
lifetime president of Haiti last 19, of Glenside, Pa., told State completion of this unit Developer Milton Link

June. Department officials Fridaythat said. Bids will be opened August 24 for the sanitary
detained
the Reds had him
The roadblocks were thrown
and
up after rebels had ambushed three hours. He said he had sewer and storm drainage systems city
Congressman Hugo Paul in the truck a guard who had said the water mains. Street paving will follow as fastas
Orlani Hills. Paul and his son East German marks he bad the lines are completed he added.McGrath.
were wounded, while a boy purchased in West BerUn would ( photol. )

traveling with them was killed".be confiscated. \






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County Realty Week Modest $254,395 ... Barry Plans

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Counts red est.ili>sales dill IIII' Lot 92, Unit 2, Like Kelh Lull to Robert G. and Frances cel In Sec 8, Twp r>l, Rge 33, tX 4 SpeechesIn
the se und week of August downward to omuratl\e| low of Moolenaar to At'lie K. and Vlr. parcel In Se 12, Twp 50, Rge age, Inc to Oscar E. and Faus.

$234,395 elnla Butz, Naples, part Lot 61, 31, $1,200; Henry/ Gllber et al, Una C. Medved, Chicago, parcelIn FloridaWASHINGTON
Sales of $1,000 01 over with Naples! Gr. and Tr. Co Little to Pietro and Nellie Didonato, Set 19, Twp I. Rge 34, v.ma I

values taken from tax sumps on Farms No 2, $9,200; Robert Schenectady, N.Y., parcel In Ser $1,300. i "
reI orded deeds. in.'luded the fol. Cope to Lester WhIUker, Jr, 30, Twp 50, Rge 31, 4000. Florida Sunshine AcreageInc (AP) Repub.
lowing: Naples, part Lot 98, Naples Gr. Gabriel 1LuN/ to John F. to Edward A. and Florence F. ; Mean presidential nominee Bar.r .

Julius Lesser to Charles G. and Tr. Co's Uttle Farms, No. McGehee, S. Merrlt Island, Fla., Slok, Norridge, HI., parcel in .. Goldwa'er may make
and Elisabeth P. Moller, Naples, 2, $9,000; Charles D. Driver toME parcel In Sec 27, Twp 50, nee Sec 20, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300 four campaign speeches In Flor.

Lot 40, Blk 4, Unit 2, Aqualane ;. Stalling, Jupiter, Lot 2, 32, $1,200; Florida Land of Sun, Robert Lelpclg to Harriett H. Ida this fall.
Shares, $30,000 Port Royal, Inr., Blk 17, Newmarket Sub'd.,$3,200; Inc., to Robert D. Wise, APO, Cauble, Gastonla, N.C., parcel Tom Fairfield Brown, Florida
; 331 San Francisco, Calif., In Sec 2 52 34 $1, GOP chairman, announced Fri.
to Lee Kennedy Sarasota, Lot 91, Lester WhiUker to Robert and par. Twp Ego l.H
ualleon Drive, Port Royal, $13. Deatrl Cope, Newland N.C., eel In Sec 29, Twp 50, Rge 33, 500; Clifford and Ethel M. Anderson day' that Goldwater and his run.
SOO; Lee Kennedy to Port Ro\oil, Lots 10 and 11, Blk B, Unit I, Oak $1,300; The Miles Collier Truststo to Anatol A. and Ester J. nine mate would probably make
Iii'>' ., Lot 72, Lantern Lake, Port Knoll Sub'd., $3,000 ; Collier Alfred and Josephine Ferri, Brero, Miami, parcel in Sec 13, : stops( I at Miami, Tampa, Orlan.do .
Kn\ .il, $6,000; Isaac C.andHa7.t1 Dev. Corp., to Thomas Allen Hollywood, parcel In Sec 3, Twp Twp 53, Rge 32, $3,500: ; Cllf. P! and Jacksonville.
R. Mason to Bailey and Ruby Turner, Naples, Lot 14, Blk Q, 51, Rge 26, $18,000:; JIB Corp., ford and Ethel M. Anderson to Drown said the details had not

wmn, Adalrvllle, Ky., Lot 7, Blk Pine Ridge Extension, $3,200; to LeRoy 11. Huenefeld, Bryan, Jack Greenspoon, Miami, par. .. been worked out, and It wasn't
Q, Unit 2, The Moorings,$12,000; Sebastian Busceml to Clarence Ohio, parcel in Sec 15, Twp 51, eel In Sec 13, Twp S3, Rge 32, v known whether Goldwater and

William B. Stone, Inc., to Wll.) Feeser, Miami, Lots 35, 3d and Rge 26, $14,000; Ross Acres $3,500. u Rep William Miller, R.N.Y.,
to Harry G. and Ellen S. Golden Investment Co., the vice presidential nominee
lIam P. and Anne L. Gilmartin, 37, Blk 5, Trail Acres, $1,800. Corp., Age ,
Garrison Charlotte N.C., par. to Orland B. Fast, Wittenberg, Jil will appear together.
Dayton, Ohio, Lot 8, Blk 4, Unit .i"
Wise. parcel in Sec 13, Twp The might split up, with Mil.
COUNTY : .-
1, Ro al) Harbor,$7SOO; RaymondJ. .. .
Glib to Joseph R, Weeks, Na. Traverse Corp., to Anthony S.Clar.vlon 53, Rge 34, $1,600;; Clifford and lei appearing at one city and

'Dies, Lot 3 Avondale Estates, et al, Detroit, Mich., Slow Ethel M. Anderson to RudolphH. Goldwater at the other,
$4,600; Ralph, E. and Carol Ann parcel In Sec 10, Twp 48, Rge Building and Dorothy E. Schwartz, In St. Pet e r bur g, Rep.

Dei-ker, to Andrew M. and JuneM. 25, $14,500; Traverse Corp., to Miami, parcel in Sec 13, Twp .. ," Charles Holley, Republican can.
Harris, Naples, Lot 11, Blk Henry M. Minster, Tr., Bonlta Week But Just 53, Rge 32, $3,500>; Clifford and ...' .." dldate for governor, expressed
Goldwater's >alls.
Ethel M. Anderson to ArthurW pleasure at rt -
A, Unit 1, Coconut Grove, $10. Springs, parcel In Sec 10, Twp "
500 48, Rge 25, $14,500 Clifford and and Theresa Sanford, Miami, tic attitude toward Florida.
Howard M. and Marilyn ;
Klnch.; Jr., to Clyde C, and Mar. Ethel M. Anderson to M.J.Casey Wait A MinuteThe parcel In Sec 13, Twp "3, Rge Holies said he told the Art.zona .

lUnch, Jr., to Clyde C. and Wan. Miller and Ruth E. Drashear, total value of building 32, $2,700. senator' staff at Hershey,

da J. Dampier, Naples, Lot 14, Naples, parcel in Sec 21, Twp permits Issued by the City and Pa.: "Goldwater is going to
Florida, and If he can do
48 26 Gabriel H. carr
Rge $7,500
Blk C. No.2. Coconut Grove. ;
the this week reached -
County past himself more good elsewhere,

$10,600.James P. and Myrna C. Hayes only $93,744, a comparativelow EmploymentUp then, b\ George, go there."
for the booming) building Volley said Goldwater's ap.
Jr. to Don L. and Margaret L. .

I A West, Gullford, Naples,Acres part,Lot$8,000 17, ;Blk 13 States Rights Industry. Out plenty don't on be the deceivedthere's draw-- Over 1963, i peat hurt ance his Democratic in Jacksonville gubernato.would

Dev. Corp., to Edwin M. and Ing boards. Including the new lial opponent, Mayor Haydon
Ruled Off
Party Figures Show Burn >f that clt"HARRY\'.
Jane E. Cederqutst,Geneva,Fla., Port au Villa co-op NNNa.
The City Issued permits with i

2 COLLIER COUNTY NEW'Florida Ballot values at$71,069.andtheCoun- WASHINGTON (AP) Thenation's W.
economl boom passednew
ty permits were valued at $22
TALLAHASSEE (Ap) The milestones last month as repreL9USFR
SlInda", August 1&. 1964EXCLUSIVE' National States Rights Party, 675. factory production scored an
A $9,240 home for M.M.
criticized by the Florida Legis. llth consecutive advance and
latlve Investigating Committeeas Hayes on Mornlngslde Drive the government retorted; a 11 IctropolNtanaLifQ

anti Negro, apparently topped building permits Issued breakthrough In the tight ,
AT R4R failed to get Its nominees for by the County Rutenberg Con- against unemployment. WWVOM.IhVIwill

President and vice president on struction Co. will build the residence Industrial production for July gladly recommend a

the Florida ballot, a spokesman was 5'/4 per cent higher than a program!: lo fit your personal
Our Special /
Aid.The Other County permits Included year ago and stood at 132.7 on r trip kr LIT Insurance
IndividualityGIFTS organization had sought the following Seawall\ per- the Federal Reserve Board's in. : y + M needs Call or write:
together at least 7,500 voter dex of factory and mine output ors
in . mit for E. Masclale Isles] of Midway 2-3098
signatures in 34 I'oulltles-mlnl. that uses 100 for the 1957.59 NEW CONSTRUCTION In is continuing at rapid is
I Capri at $1,475 to be built by Naples a pace as Naples
of minor politi. P. O. Box 995
mums required period as a base.
that Tom Abbot, Inc.; addition of seen by these two views. Above Is the new $200,000: addition to the
< il parties by state law-su The Labor Department, ana.
its nominees could be listed on bedroom and bath for John lyzlng employment and unem. First Nntional [Dank of Naples where the steel is being put in place.F. .

a INTERIORS the Nov. 3 general election bal. Havel, Palm River Estates at ployment figures for the first B. Schreck Construction Company is the contractor. Below is the

lot. $2,000, Carl Anderson the con- seven months of 1964, reportedthat new Sunshine Supermarket (photographed during a shower) being

Fewer than 600 names were tractor; utility building for employment during the period built by Don Wynn on Eighth Street, North, between First and Second LETS

on file with the secretary of George Smith on Turner River averaged 1.6 mllllon above Avenues. U.V.. Wood is the general contractor and the building I is fl.

Now Open state's office. Road at $1,000; storage room 1063 levels At the same time slated to be ready for occupancy by November 1. ( NEWS photos)
FURNISHEDMODEL Today was the deadline for for Mlldres Fellers Dondurant the labor force Increased by an Sfflly j

the group's workers to place Sub'd, $1,800)) scale foundationfor average of only 1.4 million.
the lists of voter signatures In "Recent Improvements ap.
In the hands of county voter officials State of Florida Department pear to have broken the 10.year I : \i iin Off

GULF TOWERS for checking. Party secre. of Agriculture at State Farm- uiitrend in unemployment," the Corporate Capital Spending .
Market weir #10 !Maybe aren'tintrr.ruled
tary Dewey Taft of Tampa said ers $3,000) department's Bureau of Labor you
APARTMENTS for Gulf American Land but in number of
he was virtually certain that the Corp., Statistics com luded. a
drive had not succeeded.The In Golden Gate Estates at $4, Last week, the bureau had put European area asparagus

organization was suppoit- 800, Clearey Bros., Co., Con- the July Jobless rate at a sea. seeds arc used for toffee

leg John Kasper of Memphis, tractor, a utility shed for MaryF. sonally adjusted figure of 4.9 Boom Is Stepping Up PaceBy . Motor vehicles burnedup

teReM\\Sc\ Tenn., for President and J. B. Gray Copeland at $900. per cent the first time in 4'/ 55 billion gallon of
\\ Stoner of Atlanta, attorney for The City Issued a permit to years the rate dropped below 3 gasoline in I960. How'

the Ku Klux: Klan, for vice Mrs. I.R. Everberg, 1150 8th per rent. JACK LEFLERAP line at the Sparrows Point, Md., months of the year totaled 71.3 your rnilrnffc . Who

J.ti president.The Terrace No., for a $13,500 residence The average unemploymentrate Business News Writer plant, added facilities for the million tons, topping the prevl. raid we> aren't pro irrf!II.!
L J secretary of state's office for the first seven months and of ous high for (the period i>f 09.3
to be built by Ruten- NEW YORK (AP-The boom'corporations production shipping
also receive oiML.pefltlon.thls) : Shield will build at 19p4, the bureau said, was 5.3 fr capital spend. structural steel shapes and '\ht> tons in 199.Producllon:; Inn? Three ('l'nturiC'fllitO
1290 Third St So. .. week from I Esnmhito'coulityllvthng berg. L.V. ; percent,* compared with 5'.7Jer/ W stepping its Installation of burnt lime fa' fil. of 19C5 model cars It was fairly common
residence for Dale 1ng'Is! up pace.
71 voter signatures tc'k. a $16,000 cent the last for i to
'
Member during same period Big outlays for new plant and ties at the Lackawanna works picked up speed during the j practice j h'idaM
Rig Gov. George Wallace of AI. Da rland at 43SSprlngllne Drive year. equipment were announced dur. near Buffalo N.Y., and railway week with an estimated 20,600 try to cure A MnmarhneSe
American In.tllu ubama for President The petition and a $16,000 residence forCy- Automobile production continued log the week by companies in axle-manufacturing facilities at units coming off assembly lines. h) straddling the llalil'nt'amiddl.

Interior Designers apparently resulted from a rll D. Smith at 423 Spring Line at a record level, although the metals, chemicals, utility Johnstown, Pa.Commonwealth. This compares with 12,333 the and ItuunrinK up
drive for signatures started a Drive. there were some cutbacks in week and I
and other fields. Edison Co. of previous 17,871 a year and down . In raw )'ouhann'
few days before Wallace de. Dent Newcombe will build a preparation for the annual mod. .
will build ago.
The accelerated spending was Chicago a hlgh.volt.age noticed, there i III
elated he was not running for factory at 1095 Fifth Avenue, el changeover. attributed to benefits from the transmission line at a cost The Commerce Department
abbreviation
the prt>sldelwy. No., to cost $12,000. Clyde C. Income tax cut and good busi. of more than $90 million during reported that retail sales In July no poi-tdfficr

)JAK \ Posvlck took out a permit fora ness in general. the next four years. totaled $21,928,000,000, a gain of for AUkka. . .

$ $10,000 duplex at 970-990 Say LBJ Ruled Reynolds Metals Co., an aluminum Spending on construction of 1 per cent over June. All those people burningall
Title Companyof Ninth Street South. R.W.Metts producer, announced afouryear all types should reach a record The flow of U.S. dollars that gasoline mflnll.amonr ,
$140-mllUon program $S7 billion In 1964, predicted abroad spurted to an annual other thing, that
Is the
Naples Clarence contractor.Hotchkiss, J.R. Out Nuclear Use of plant additions and Improve,Johns.Manvllle Corp., producer rate of $2.9 billion In the three more people are milling
menus Additions or technical of building materials. months ended June 30, accord. around looking for places
EATRE ABSTRACTS ESCROWS O'Neil and Bert S. Taylor were will be made to Steel mills operated duringthe log to the Commerce Depart
Improvements .
Install In Tonkin Gulf to buy and finding It
Peppard Bldg. Issued
permits to several of the company's exist. week at the fastest pace ment. In the first three months
We
Period OfSUNMON.TUES- MI J-6059 sprinkling systems, the total WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. lug mining, aluminum, reduc.since late June, turning out 2.3 of this year the deficit was alan harder to accomplish. ,
Ml Fifth Ave., So. value of the permits reaching dent Johnson spet'lfkalh ruled lion and fabricating facilities. million tons of steel, a gain of annual rate of only $580! mil. too ire constantly on the

$1,569. L.E. Lanni and J.E. out any use of nuclear weapons Bethlehem Steel Co. will un.1.3 per cent over the precedingweek lion. look-out . hut, we have

w. J. H.,.... Beasley and Earl Neal received In orders to the 7th Fleet during dertake a new $30-inillion pro. Some steel men said they turn till tabulated, clasni-
From the Sr. Robert feelestabinshed
WED. 'seta's i"a ) Ile.pne permits for air-con- last week's Gulf of Tonkin crisis gram which will boost its capl.believed the summer slump, time tin1 1 I..nd..n. p.>lmm fled and screened for you.
ditioning units valued at $1,000 says a high administrationsource. tal spending budget for 1964 to much milder than usual, had 1829, the headquarters WJ- Call Ml 2-1719 for an

= .rG.PWveR each. a record $350 million. The latest reached its low point. referred to as S.tland Yard agent from VIVIAN OGG.
The administration source allocation will go for a tinning! Output for the first seven REALTOR, 2I Fifth Avenue
-. After a move In I 1890, th. name
=., said Fleet the stipulated actual orders use of to"conven.the 7th .}.I". .a.. . .., : ..:::.'. war changed in New; Sk.itl.inOY South, to show you

WALKER/ r I v MAiIH NAU u &SANDS Yat KdYfO/OAD rlaao rg--6 YrarQwlpitr tonal ordnance only," a phrase 0 stuck.rJ, but the old popular name a choice selection

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ill JOOIllXiIII. WIt 1'1l''! S fll1JIIIIJEDljICllDr. I cw "...,..M,..,........1.J .mwC#.,.... .-............... clear The weapons. Tips Flotilla
IWY1SE fiCM wm -l .... d_."" "'1 "'" _........ tAt'-/oM t/.,.- report came Friday as
.... another round In the dispute be. l "I FLY NAPLES
THUR.FRIBETTE tweets the administration and USCGA
Harry W. ClousorMctiopoliun
Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Re. ... ;;. :,;r MIAMI
DAVIS Z Life Insurance Company publican presidential nominee. ,

kRINGen z .a.sr..ww Goldwater In Hershey, Pa., sucked out of the bilge.
DeAD Fresh air Is healthy and It'lnot
NATlO.\ QUALITY AIMRDX Wednesday, said the public re. explosive which makes ven. Cautious skippers turn these New Year Round Daily Schedule
of Johnson's least five min.
port orders couldbe blowers on for at
In al,meet I Rl"rnt 1..a..rd.p- Illation very Important in the el.
....,.".", ..,,-.. .......,.... Interpreted as authorizing imlnatlon of fire risks aboard a utes and then puke their nosesin Naples To Miami
commanders in Southeast Asia compartments and
the engine
SATURDAY un .NM,..M.xJMt ..n"'".......noII to use nuclear weapons boat, particularly ventilation of take a good sniff before starting! 7:45: AM. 11 .30 A,M. 3.45 P.M.
Z tU44.Ul..M..........,. w un..ueurtr the bilge, engine and tank spaces.
ItFT a But, he explained Friday, he Ducts of ample cross sectionto engines especially after fuelingor Miami To Naples
| Jkeep/ v;.K E had not ;accused, the admlnlstra. after the boat hasbeen closedup
HE MAN FROMAIVESTON carry a good flow of air should
tlnn of authorizing their use, but lead down into the very bottom and unused for several days. 9.00: : A.M. 2,15 P.M 5:00: P.M.
only of using loin
imprecise of the bilge, especially in engine of lockersdrswersand i
M.MA Ventilation Connection
MoeL and Reservations lo
-guol e. my point in the world
and tank spaces. Each should be other small spaces is also

""JmAIL I ..rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, topped' by a cowel ventilator head. important, especially: places con. NAPLES AIRLINES
u It ii believed thai theifctori In- An electric blower in at least taming such things as soiled
of the Tuarrt o* Vliwestern an one exhaust duct is desirable and clothing< cleaning rags: paint, :Naples Airport Concourse 3 Miami Airport
THEATRE away weeds I deserts and "", untl"n the motor should be located out. etc., which are sources of spon. MI 2-3134 NE 4-5811
illagei otiinallu.mJerrJ, prom side the duct so that It can't .
14ft. 17th i 1 I taneous combustion.And City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Corner
I for 1-2 r.\pt. b\ sparking, Ignite gas being while this has nothing to do
AUGUST 21,1.22edSUN.MON years I I with fire, good ventilation is the


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has been beneficial, and we the .II e of \+" m"'tnlf when r e rn9 Sund.y, August 18, W4 COWER COUNTY NEWS 3
DixieGovernors may have additional meetingsIn let Little Rock to fly tu Nec' ;
the future," said LouisianaGov. Orleans.
John J. McKeithen, host McKeithen said: "Perhapsmost Cabinet Members See Guard Display The Agency With Personal Service -
for the session and spokesman of our time was spent dls.

for himseU, Mississippi Gov. cussing civil rights legislation rtn I-T. STTWAHT Ga. (AP)- of small inns and artillery am.
I IIt
Paul B. Johnson, Alabama Gov. ...With this new clvll.rlrht.l'r.Islatlon Tluce Flot Ida Cabinet members munition .lui lug the demonstra
George C. Wallace and Arkan. we do have many probe w it the I ,is Fli.i ii Id.1 National :ton. SeI'1 irt.in' of State Tom Adams .
sas Gov, Orval E. Faubus. lems. With / dependable rvponibt *-
schools ( ry
.
opening we Florida's Gov. Farris do face lot protecting you, your
Hold TalksNEW Bryant, problems we haven'thad t ,',111111.' t. acid Vffrlrultui Commts.sloner _.
who left the session an hour ear. before." ., family, home and buein
r'' "d U i i arc 11 u( I I" ilOO(( ,1"U1d', Do\l Conner wit.lied. I..inel In.bls threat
Her than the other chief execu. The Alabama who every
ORLEANS (AJ>)-Gov.ernors governor of lag through a planned .
F
tives, said! he had to rush back; pulled out of the presidentialrace
of
five Southern states 1 SUMMER PERMANENT SPECIALS ram of protection guaranteedby
huddled behind closed doors 1 to Tallahassee, his capital, be. said he would! attend the romptniM of unquestioned
here Friday in cause of state problems. national convention and appear Guaranteed tins nt's'' trnfth.,
to discuss a civil surprise sealion In Tallahassee Bryant said: before the Platform Committee. From $10 upI
apparently map strategy rights for and the"We met for an exchange of Asked If he would back the ., Including 121 Permanent wave
Democratic National Conven.views on mutual problems A Democratic or Republican can. $12.50
tlon wide range of subjects was discussed dictate for president, Wallace re.
"We but no plans for con. plied: "No, well Just let the fho-c prinmncnt Include Body
believe that our meeting certed action were arrived at. people make up their minds for .,.,_,c Hun Cut. loniiuioner. Shampoo, M"S""CI sclrtr.tat.
TOP DOG
'Those Southern governors at. themselves." Dr Merton R nod Han Styling\ .
Python Tired tending the National Democrat. All five governors are Demo. Clarkson of Arlington. Va. f-pccitlmng in regular hair et)In and (fC
Ic Convention expect to review cratic executives In states is the new president of the Huh Fashion hair styles 652 5th A.e.ne k..th"he"s
Of their conversations there." where there is American Veterinary Medical 2.5143Nglw '
Wandering presently strong
The convention opens Aug. 24 sentiment for Sen. Barry Cold Assn. He assumed his WILLS HAIR FASHIONS Flash..eq . .
Returns at Atlantic City,N.J. duties at the AVMA's 101st
Home water of Arizona, the Republl. .
meeting in Chicago, 111 lei Fdth. A.. ... ph.,. Ml 1 Mil
RICHMOND : can presidential nominee.
Va. (AP-The Cov Johnson says he won't
nervous ladles from Northslde attend the national convention.The .
Richmond can stop calling the other governors are expect. '
police now. Mickey, the snake, ed to go, although McKeithenhas t.- ,, '.JI! 0
is back home. said he hasn't made up his ", '11I>' \\\IIII/
Mickey Is a Vi-foot python. mind about attending p LUCKY I/1

Six days ago, he slithered out "They wanted to keep It con. 00 ,,,,,," II If, GET YOUR TREASURE CHEST KEYS t ,...,,- .
of a zippered satchel In whichhe fidentlal, and I will respect their = 0 '
was kept by his owner, Don. wishes," McKeithen told news. HERE AND SEE IF YOU TOO, CAN BE ,
aid Parsley 18, and vanished. men after the session, called so ,. KEY !I !I % \\\\1"1'\' \ ONE OF OUR LUCKY WINNERS
That's when the phone callsto quickly that Faubus didn't know ,
the police began. Parsley ,l' ' If'"
said comfortingly that Mickeywas "I' .t"" ", :.., ,, ,' ': "'':, ,'", t" ..h1 \ \
harmless. The ladles of the ",- : ;':;: %...' W. :,," _', ', : %\ ,
area were not convinced. No. r
TODAY IN
body saw him, though.
Friday, Mickey got tired of
wandering and came home. WASHINGTONWASHINGTON
Parsley found him in the front
yard of his home.
LOOKat
(AP) House

F. members expense accounts have Increased by $600 a their year 1 THIN DIME WILL BUY AT

I and voted themselves funds to

a lire Both an actions additional Friday clerk were apiece.tak. WHAT SUNSHINE SUPREX !

en on voice votes on which .
there had been no advance< no.
lice and did not require Senate

concurrence.The Increases. become effec.tlve MORNING GLORY TAu MILKLimit
Jan. 1, at the same time
CANS
the salaries of members are
raised to $30,000, from $22,500,
under a bill signed Friday by ( 6, Please)
HOLLAND President Johnson.WASHINCiTON .
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SALLEY' (AP) The HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE WHITE HOUSE CIDER VINEGAR PT.

INC need Army! 6,600 announced draftees Friday in October It will, AN SIZE'

.9"two 400 more than September's call.

S50 5th AVt, S The smallest quota for the
NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture year was the 3,300 requested for
August and the highest Janu.
ary's 16,000.
To shape up more young men
to military standards, President
Johnson asked Congress Friday Time Saver, Qt. MaineBLEACH
Rugs, for $16,375,000.

Gifts, Accessoriesand
SARDINESAssorted
WASHINGTON (AP) The )
Objets d'art House approved an Increase in 1
funds for college student loans
not to be foundelsewhere.
Friday in passing a bill extend.
Ing and broadening the National
Defense Education Act.
e e I In it the House also extended Flavors BOX Campbell'sTOMATO
for one year the lmpscted-areas
program of federal grants to
Visit our furnished model school districts swollen
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apartments at Gulf Tow.er. ROYAL
ernment facilities.
.. Carriage Club, and La
Tour As approved and sent to the
Rlrafe.
Senate, the bill extended the t)..
tense Education Act until June
MEMBER OF 30, 1967. It was originally passed GELATIN SOUP,
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$83 7 / ./
8 I ) L.!.

van sic A Delay Is JustifiedAs ':: ) 1 piece"They're of tired as lettuce weary" as That a

lee was Muriel testers vivid de

andLot J expected, Dade and other big introduced a measure that would strip script stricken i i ion hopelessness of the poverty of the i

Florida counties are mounting campaigns the federal courts of any jurisdiction over London slums of a generation

She against the Senate proposal which would state reapportionment cases This bill ;, nf'dtIT/CAI. ago. She might i have been of

toGal delay the Supreme Court's ruling that obviously is too strong and stands very E RS v 44R'ElE talking faith of about many the of weariness our own i

30C state legislatures must immediately be little chance of passage But it does cNISE f residents of affluent Canada

It IntRo reapportioned on a "one-man, one-vote" exert pressure on members of the Sen- { and ImtedMates,

basis ate who are threatening to talk the delaying This poertof faith toler
R ates a kind of apathy, a dull- ai i.
GUI Senators Holland and Smathers are amendment to death ness of spirit w Inch never gets -

Q, being chided by big county officials and The big counties would be completely its hackles up never gets ex Before this they hart belieied .
some things AnOn
Wllla editorialists for supporting the amend- justified in "tearing their shirts" in rageif cited the and struggle never This sees the boredom pointto Jesus; now they believed 1\:

ment proposed as a rider to the foreign the Florida delegation seriously sup- besets those who permit vast Him

DaM I aid bill, which President Johnson can not ported this rather extreme measure 4'_ a4 F'1" areas of cities to be untouched When those who should
J. But rather difficult to sympathizewith by hope and play ostrich love Justice and freedom are
it any
afford is
ale to vetoFlorida's 1 s ,v with the educational and social apathetic, they leave the field
M, big counties bitterly resent the big county boys in their rabid problems of their communities open for the cynical despot.

DtM any action that will delay their takeover and vociferous opposition to a reasonable This is the apathy which It is this recovery of pas..
delay in complying with the court's defeats sion which has always typified
and complete domination of both the
who have achieved
sot It is pitiable just to be pathetic those
House and Senate, a goal they have ruling. Particularly since such delay It is tragic to be apathetic Automation threatens to take

Kit sought so assiduously for many years, would allow time for a more orderly the sense of personal worth

da Kb and well laid plans to change the for approach to the serious problem facingnot It Is decent to be s>'mpathetic from man. Political cynicism
lifestream of
the social
It is better to be em- drains
Bll mulas for distribution of secondary road only Florida, but a great many of our pathetic dedication. The very complexity -

$10it. funds and racing taxes In view of this, sister states that are as deeply concernedas It is noble to feel pathos. of many situations makes

it is understandable that any delay, no we are about such a drastic changein I I Iti It Is best to believe passionately too shoulders many and of us look shrug the other our,

,
w< matter how short, is extremely distastefulto the method of selecting legislators It is not only the "how" of way, Along with communism'and

cw A, them. Big county residents are being urgedto believing that matters: it is social and political ills,

Jai On the other hand small coun- write, wire or telephone members of 'e- .: : ': ; < "r the object of our faith I that modern man also faces the
: '
., : ,. '. .. ; 'io(:' ', ':" makes the difference. sheer misery of boredom
ties that stand to lose millions of dollarsin the Florida delegation not to support the ..w..UD/f'" '''' _''(;,''-' ._ ."t'...AA.Ia .I1....._ :! ._ .-o....f The disciples of Jesus knew If our biggest difficulty is

Z receipts from the race track and gaso delaying measure " ' something of this weariness lack of faith-a lack of faithin
':
line taxes, which would cause a sizeable Residents of Collier County would be ..< : t. :: ": : 4 ::": :' : ? <. ':.:<:i.' .:l ....:'\u;;..,:'". ::"..::,: They had been fishing all God and in God's purposesfor

well advued to inform Florida solons that night and had come home man-then the evidences
local residents
of
load
increase in the tax ,
with empty nets. Jesus sent of that apathy will be seen in
are just as anxious for a reasonable delay they favor a delay, which would be tremendously Best of them out again and this time the whole moral climate.

helpful to Florida and other BoyleBY Are Republicans Really they caught fish. Up to this Richard Luecke has spokenof

t point, its just a remarkablefish the "difference which may
haste with which the Supreme HAL BOYLE
That the -
states.And HalBovlelsnnvaritin! the Press? story Then comes the sometimes be seen side by
Court asks that the reapportionment believe you us, a delay wouldbe Slapping at reason for the tale Jesus said side on the same wall in the

process be accomplished will almost helpful, By JERRY BUCK to Simon: "Don't be afraid painted.over pathos on the
result confusion and Senators Holland and Smathers, and RICHMOND, Va. (AP) The BY WASHINGTON STAFF Simon. From now on your faces of Roualts clowns and
certainly in assembly line of a factory turn. Newspaper Enterprise Assn catch will be men" So they the profound and peaceable
chaos, seems to concern the populous Rep. Paul Rogers would, as they alwaysdo InK out a peacetime product brought the boats to shore passion in the faces of his

hearing from local residents might seem an unlike! place followed Christ" It Is the
counties very little if at all. appreciate ) ---- left everything and peaceable
this for espionage -but It Isn't. dications favor limited Him passion this determined dedication -
A House member from Virginia has on very important legislation WASHINGTONNEA( ) fairly
Industrial espionage Is a hush. John Grenier, deputy to new fall campaigns for both Pres- Suddenly the weariness was which can drive out
hush sideline whereby an un. Republican National Chair- ident Johnson and Sen. Barry gone and action followed Now the pathetic boredom whets

;. . > :t':}' scrupulous employe can double man Dean Burch recentlysent Goldwater comments: the apathy had vanished and besets too many of us It turns
his salary selling his company'aaerrets ) his staff a memo cau "It looks like they'll both they gained a vocationHistorical tired men into dedicated menlater .

to a competitor. tioning it not to talk to re- be on their front porches

"Such shady moonlighting porters about the actions of trying I to out.rock each . ,
costs the nation businesses >
National Committee other,
the GOP
millions\ .
annually says Auz.vllle
this month. New York
When reports of this memo
. . . . . . . . . heads Jackson Jr, a lawyer who were published I Grenier A TEEN-AGER recently people State Democratic Chairman
OPINION a committee of the Amer. countered with a second wrote Sen. Ken Keating, William McKeon announced the
lean Bar the
Association looking order to his staff-in the RNY: In appointment Friday.BALMORAL .
Into the theft of trade
secrets
future all visitors to Committee "I always enjoy seeing you
and proprietary rights. headquarters will haveto on television; and I never miss r news CASTLE Scot.

The Memory Lingers On Perfect Timing selling It\ might scrap Involve from wastebasketsor Just a !Janitor sign a guestbook. jour radio broadcasts I'm all land (AP) Princess Anne of
to celebrated her 14th
The names of all staff excited when you come England
The best way to remember your wife'sbirthday Wouldn't It be wonderful life i problems the formula for a new won members the visitor sees our area to visit and when PEOPLE IN THE NEWS birthday today at Balmoral Cas.
Is to forget It once, hit us when we're 17-and< know der drug that took years to de.. will be carefully logged In. you speak to local organiza- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tie, Scotland.
velop. LONDON (AP) Hollywood
-THE ATLANTA (Mini,) MONTMOF.ENCYr everything Many reporters view the lions.
.COIMV TRIUNE .. -TilE MANTECA (CAtir() .BVLLETIX "There are even firms that second memo as another diy "I've seen several magazine actress Ruta Lee and her 85. LOS ANGELES ... . specialize In, Industrial esplo. year-old Lithuanian) grandtnotn
I. ... oj M, ll d sage and will help place a sp ,i rect slap .athe press staff- a and articles everybody which here you is wrote certainly er are on their way to the Vnl; prodtccr filed for divorce foobtit from Aldrich his wife has
checking on
for means up ed States from Russia.
a willing Industry, Jackson
No Party Favors Wise Students said "Since the sites are usually members who might violate looking forward to Miss Lee said In London Friday of 23 years, Harriet
the first order reading your new book whenit He said In a court action Fri.
Disarmament Is like I Hollywood party Most college students are realistic- well\ .qualified In their own One Washington newsman comes out this fall. I'll bet night she thought It was her day in Los Angeles that his wife
fields call to the Kremlin
feel that being broke Is something getting a Job with a com. It's to do so telephone was with another
Nobody wants to get there until the others they petltor .Is relatively easy." disagrees though. "Who says very exciting that persuaded Soviet officials associating
have arrived you write home about Such perfidy can even reachto the Republicans don't like many things to allow her grandmother to man George Drake Aldrich
TllhDtMIUL\: (VA.) COMMUU.MLArn.AI: : -TilE SiLvuTOf (OHIO) REPORTER the highest places. In the the press," he notes "They'retreating "But tell me, senator" what leave Lithuania, part of Russia, asked for custody of his three
do do in real life
------ Midwest, a number of top offl us as 'guests' now, you "I have spent 10 years and children. He and his wife are
claps of thousands of dollars to 45. _
BARBS a manufacturing firm !get my
I conspired to steal their compa DUlliNG THE RECENT "Tree of Life" grandmother out," she said. HopscotchThe

B\ IIAL COCHRAN ny's secrets and go Into bush.ness three.hour Senate debate on In Norse mythology the I "scotch" In the word
U.S. Bombings Delight for themselves, he said of whether to seat Pierre Salin Yggdrasil was the great ash I i NEW YORK (AP)-Robert F. "hopscotch" merely means

Most little boys who go to one case. ger as the new California tree, called the tree of the!i Wagner 3d, 20, son of New York "scratch" and in playing the
-r South Viet Nam Troops dancing I lessons don't go- Industrial sites employ every senator, a visitor approached. world. It was the tree of life ee!> City's mayor, will be a page at game the contestant must
t they're sent modern device. Jackson said I Sen Karl Mundt, R S.D", and and knowledge and represented .. the Democratic National Con. hop over lines scratched in

1 =::' BV RAY CROMLEY: .. .' ore successful spy says he specializes , said, fate time and space vention at Atlantic City, N.J'I the ground.
In "broads bugs bars, "1 hope you support the
"t-1 - --- ----- - ----- --- --
t ashlnKton Correspondent Scientists; have traced
and bribery." The same secret seating of Salinger I'm from
Newspaper Enterprise: Assn man back to the fish, California"Mindful
revealed ertmentlng .,
.. agent spies are exi
Sound logical.r'Irrwyl !. with truth serum I that the case COLLIER COUNTY

cocktails and IncludIng against Salinger was based on
hypnosis,
WASHINGTON--"A year ago all the Viet Cong we the fact that Pierre lived in I
r post hyinotlc suggestions to I By KURT CRIESSHABER _ AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
hit had home made weapons. Now they're using new stuff- turn over secrets. Virginia until i l last April
company _
Czech Chinese and Russian machine guns, recoilless rifles Jackson believes one way to I Mundt answered dryly, 'It'lI

mortars even the Infantryman's Individual weapons, rut down on espionage| would beto I too bad Mr Salinger Isn'," THE SETTLEMENT OF FLORIDAIn
\\e know it't coming across the border front Cambodia- extend the national stolen

brought there down the Ho Chi Minh trail from the North property Uw to cover Industrial: .\ PROMINENT Midwestern our attempt to Investigate
Hut we dont( have the men or the firepower here to stop As the corn grows taller sec'rets. He adds a worker madeto I lawyer was asked recently early Spanish archives regard.

W them from bringing it In. They're building up a considerable old coats are prepared to fit a feel he has an Important role I how things are in the law Ing early Florida history, a host Now Philip\ E and the reli.
A amount of power here for when they want to use it," scarecrow to a T. and it promising future Isn t: business these days. Said he: of facts have come to light, We glous fanatic, the Duke of Alva,

like to betray his t'mplon.| Terrible were amazed to find that mostof hit on a scheme to raise new
6nIL
Tilt: SPFAkl: IS AN AMI:RIC.\N OFFICER talking to me \\hats ?"
There another way, Jackson wrong queriedhis the orders of the Conqulsta.dors wealth for the crown. At this
\\ lien onitn start bm/cf/
the Cambodian border This officer regularly patrols witha
on says reliance on good, old originated behind the closed time the Reformation hit cen.
Vietnamese battalion lies hero to his Viet. ;1IfliP rumors there a lot friend
Hanger a
fashioned business pthlc's.Il door of the king's chamber. Not tral Europe and even though it
name Hangers There a Tiger unit, raring to fight running; bull/ done lie replied: "Three things. only the very places to be set. had not yet reached Spain and
When I talked to this thewere in from ,. First, the judges, Second opposing the Netherlands here
men just a h.i." ACt. I AN EAT tied by the Spanish explorers but was a
patrol, drinking& roisterously and ready for more action They ; k. 8IGtNTtN"'IA I counsel Third" the even the treatment of the cap. smart way to Increase revenue.
frightened the girls they were with by playing games witha \ ,*I"' 'k clients In that order tlves Even plans for secret Anyone suspected of saying an un.
live hand grenade ADORN CODDLE executions originated In Castile. kind word against the king would ,
.\( ROSS T t L A. Nt.w APt :MRS :MIKE :MANSFIELD,
Max Here find ourselves
But back to the American Rancor: officer: be It'll like I laluled we looking
I \
they sat-the Reds arent bringing heat tonnage down the I, SOft' qwt, 1 ? I. 110f ERE C 0 S. I N A 5 wife of the Senate majority Into the lost annals of the dun. I II III Iv
?' pirit leader recently hosted fare t%
tin Chi Minn trail But the* 're !sure hitting us with a lot of H 5tpdr 35 F"ud halt 0 0 PAS 5 ANT.. well luncheon for the a 88th peons of the Inquisition. Things

new weapons and their fire power U going: up sharph lutingillMil' rib Ituntbast .5 t P TAT t N 0 Congress, kept In the dark over hundredsof
From where I sit 0\ r'\(' got to shut that trail off Otherwise 311 Chf.h'l; years now are exposed to light
U \hi.lnlP A I L P S ARt. ROC Afterwards she stuck her due to translations of several
do lot of damage
they tan us I ( ul a head into the Senate I II
chamber
'
'i"' I LEA A L V w A T T European historians such as M. /
The Viet Cong already move through much of this area at 12 Ri\ ,.1.1U onllnUIIII\ catching Sen \Vavne Gashard and Baron
will Min U I'ubh hack t. A R 'vi I G. R t. T I A Morse. D,Ore", In the middle The treatment of the Relffenberg.Florida In.

I So the American officer and the officers and men of the 15 j Dtineil 4b. I'rmnl A oS 5 h 1M' L A T 1 ION of a three,hour speech on dlan captives: torture of their

Vietnamese battalion he works with were delighted when 16 Veil toil 4.krtune19Shake liquid H t N COT. 0 N t. foreign affairs to a virtually headmen and all the black deeds
word reached us of the U.S. bombings in North Viet Nam 18U.d: for empt room meet the eye of the historian.
U.I I
They hope the United States is ready to take the steps van -iY Iulorl all .lilt SOLUTION 0' YUTERDA PUZZLE Noted :Mrs Mansfield: "Our One would think the originators -

necessary to put a halt to the flow of arms. equipment and I !' 50 Fqu"pnlrnt; II farewell" seems rather premature of the vile deeds would
rItr j Fruit Stupid ,
rare a
troops coming down from the North :.I' Fulluu 51 Oumer drinks ItllOIl wlloqdustly have done their best to'keep the

The Vietnamese Ranger battalion commander exclaimed: Dread -i. Small 1..1 I 9 nUIL'd .\ VUGGISII POLITIC tacts hidden from public view, t
"Let's have a drink, because now the war begins 15: IlIiP.I..r(1: 1 \\,:N 5. For each III Edurl I observer who thinks the In. such as In the case of Philip Q THE DUKE OF ALVA \

.19: 1I.'H'fI'nl I III tfhla ider II Rice panic unknantc ordering the executions of his (from on old etching owned by the outhor)
HE AND HIS MEN ARE TIRED of the 'half\ war, where tear J omctid i CoilcoirtoUI 1J Succuleu3U two top generals, Counts Edge I

you chase an enemy you never sec and >oure hit by an F'kd! with dtpolll l' t'uraclous * * * * * mont and Horne, the secret tor.
enemy you can't find .Ill) 111.11Iduall ture of the noble Montlgny, These
"' S to 10 for J I t COLLIER COUNTY NEWS noblemen had faithfully served
Some officers estimate the) re losing men I l J I I' It j III Juler nuechatrctrr
every Viet Cong they' get {IJ 0' MICHAEL CHANCE CHI' .PuDlihtr Philip\ D and gained outstanding be considered an heretic. The earth was roundt others had,

I talked to officers in some regions on nn recent tourwho've ,II / IJ .1.\\ Frualc.hrcp THOMAS HAVER Anoc, MARSHALL the jealousy of the villainous fourth of the victim's entire
WYATT AUv Min ,rALIERT es. the
been out on patrol for six months. have suffered common language of the
14 ,7 !4. Condu..td.l : OPOLKA, M.ch Supt Duke of Alva, and because "they late l The crown received one. people. Both
heavy casualties yet never have seen a live Viet Cong in 0 were considered
8dorc IUIIII DAVID HERMANSON C.re Director pOISed much", they were halt and the Pontiff the remain major CriMes.
battle. ""i IT .III f.\tlll pule MRS LOUISE DAUB, COos Mgr, Condemned and their estates for. der
You can't tell whether you're hurting the Communists or .Ii Subjclnrdtl Publ,thfd day/y.., .>cipl Monday felted to the crown Here we Now at this period (1568) we think As mentioned that the before,one would

not. They carry their dead and wounded away with them / 0 I' I' I' 0 II IJ If .II clot!'id! the and Cella Saturday County' 'm th.Publ aftarneon>h:n CoIns by, "see the real underlying reasons, find hundreds of the most noble, hind the Inquisition secret would power attemptto be.

brruMng 1 741 T..I'"h' Avenue South. Na. the) possessed much"The most cultured citizens of Spain hide the details of
ALL THE US. ADVISERS AND VIETNAMESE SOLDIERSI IS l' 11 II If round vLes, PI. 11'40 Mal I addr.ss P. OTtapnon Florida ConqulstadoUhada't'aUy and the Netherlands accused their cruel
treatment of
victims.
talked to are tired, too, of being on the defensive As one Loarr 10. 1717 failed dismally In obtain. falsely of heresy. The Dutch On the
1 J' .
70 i Midway 1 1107 for all contrary, they kept a record'
:
officer puts it. "You've got to feel you're getting back at the :0; lhsJ dapartmonttSubcr. inn golf or silver and the C alUIU merchants fled for their lives every execution and trial! In.
guy who hitting you." n 'J : mounted . . perterred starvation to slavery when they were summoned to the stead of destroying
So the idea that we're at last hitting back goes a lift to ;;. :f. tide: ,pi on ,Rats The wealth gained from Mexico Inquisition "Examiners", Their tige of his connection every with ves.the
the fighting men. ,> //j i" 17 ., 39. 8rol'"r m.h .." adwnu Iy CAr".r. or mail p'y.bl. 'In and Peru had already been estates were taken over and they vile deeds, Philip locked the re.

As one rugged Vietnamese Ranger put it, ''W e're going to // -ill Spoken!' On. Vaar lit S. Months |7 JO squandered by the crown or paidto took to the seas. Many of these cords, written In his own hand
41 43 de 4$ 410 lure Months |J 75Mambar the much silver ,
See So
Holy
U rtddlrU merchants
actually became bus
be No 1 Tigers An American Ranger officer said the of Tho : In his vaults In Segovia and Sa.manna ..
same thing in I different way: "I feel more gung ho," 41 4' rich which, i* anttlad, anclut Ascocal.d.voly to Pratt.the had flooded the European markets careers and tailed along our for future historians to
': U III"h card MO for rapub icat,on ol all localB.T'J.fipIlltd during Charles \ '. time that the Florida coast, preying on Span.
catch fire and hold the l'vebeen uncover
men
But for this feeling to '" '"," >.' II P. price Ish
44. Kerl hrllni !! "" my was upset and the galleons Some of the vlct
g 1/ Those items pertaining to
Us and Vietnamese are fl now dnparchs.Ent.r.d the
with say the governments goIng ? cuckooar ; i silver dropped radically be. Urns of Inquisitions had mere.ly Florida Indians and
at tacond clatt mattar ol their fate
to hate to come up with I ............. -is E l\Irt.11 t..o Poet Ollco, .t Napl.a Horn, reek of failure to balancethe dared to mention that the are of interest to our naden.C .
policy Par tm, *22 mln, ..ndor Act 01 Mach .t, IM7 huditet



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1 Lose Cuba May Offer Plan To Put Florida

Passports Sweepstakese


NEW fURK (AP) The
Site Deiartment Milk On Competitive Basis iL\
has
tlvel) Withdraw,, the passports"tenta., J Nud Nat B a Present To Win a Na Obligation e No Purchase Required

of 84 American' vouths who v is. unless they make full 11
,. pain
ban Ited Cuba tn defiance of a U.S. signed On! thDO to put<.AP-A milk given plan de.bj before Aug. M they lace .uti"i" Hundreds Of Wonderful: ,, Prizes To Be Given Away
to revoke tlwtr licenses
Florida equal com
On their cows on an
return Friday night Two producer organI/Jlhn'
ouths>t Kennedy Airport, three or the petltlve milk Imported footing from with other cheaper states requited the commission t t" ap.prove Zenith Console
were summoned to .
ap. special contracts with distrlbirtors
has been laid before the state
pear Sept. 3 before the House under which the farm.era .
.
I'" Vmerlcaii Activities Com. milk Industry would leas than tie GRAND
offered accept
mlttee. A fourth, who met the The surprise plan was commission established mini.
of Flor.
end
at the a
two Friday tag COLOR
planes, also )
was Ida Milk Commission meeting. mum price. One request was 0
11t "f William T. McConarty, chief Then the commission, which withdrawn, and action on (he FkCELLENCPrices
the
Immigration and Natural. formulated It, r e c e s s e d the other was postponed.
Nation Service unit at the air. weeks to let the E. Robert Langley of Jackson. PRIZE I '
for two !
t port, said the 84 passports were meeting Industry chew on It. ville, acting chairman, said the Effective Aug. 17 Thru 19
stamped'' for TV SETSTORE
United admission to the It will be discussed when the evidence was conclusive that
' Staten, but were not meeting resumes at 9:30 a.m. some distributors had created
be. stamped revoked. Aug. 27 In Tallahassee. fear throughout the Industry, by HOURS ..
CRACKIN'OPEN .
OCT Notices of withdrawal m"
were of the plan was to going out of state for "r
I IN given the youths, and they were lift Purpose the Industry out of the chaos said producers aeekingcmtracta 'TIL 630: MON. TO THURS GOOD '
told to turn in their passports.One resulting from federal court rule with distributors at toss than OPEN 'TIL 900: P.M.
ouldare of those summoned to Ins! that the commission could the minimum price were moti. OPEN 'TIL 700 PM. FRI.BISCUITS SHENANDOAH BRAND, Quick F'01. GOY't. Insp.I G rH'Cornish J A GAME
testify before the House com. not discriminate against out.of. vated by fear that they would
field mtttee, Edward Lemansky 24, state milk The rulings cut the lose their market. I
of New York shouted: "I proud. foundation from under much of Langley Introduced the com. Quantity Righb Reserved Hens
itpas. Under It, he said,
ly proclaim that I'm a Com. the commission's regulatorystructure. mission plan Ea. 5
'tied munist. I'm an Ameri an or the commission would set a
ed Brooklyn Communist," As a result, some Florida milk minimum price-a blend pint "
take distributors have stopped buying As an example, he suggcstr! llmit Four
15,5 cents a gallon, but said I i
orth from Florida
milk some
ism farmers and gone out of state definite price has not been .ir. 1'/2 Lb.

icial ,N W to buy cheaper milk lived at.
ef A distributor could out "f c

>lexikes- lion administrator Frank ally some Leverette, distributors said, commission that addt.have slate wanted to, Langley buy all said the, but jo milk would HP: ________________________1 I 1 II,. AverageEACH 5 9

our fl n
=
ther , S, j\t.rjV ct been paying Florida farmers have to pay this minimum pine
,
less than the minimum price for any Florida milk he pur. ;
usm' )ll Nspl; strt chased IPINKY I
guaranteed them by the com
ills, .
Available also would be an alternate
StalJ.WO mission tor their milk. This cur.
they ) rently Is 'i8,25 cents a gallon In price structure. Under .... .- .
-- '
the Tampa Bay and central this plan, the distributor could PIO SKINLESSWieners: ltisr"Mr : : .rk ;:_ ...... c t al Ji"-L'" J:;.
is \ otr p Florida areas, and 57.25 centsIn enter into an agreement to buy (NESTEA'
aithuses \: i" .6/ all his milk from Florida
\'iaf ...."'",u'tfl t", IIUI north Florida. pro. \IOoaqnya, / LIMIT ONE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
( ducers-a
so-called
ices '.11''';' .................,"',u.Mr'- ".t:1r: ,,' Leverette was given authorityto ," "full supplycontract. e
distributors that
warn these :
rt in The price he would pay the '
farmer for his Class I
milk
45 Nested. 49
Per Pound SAVE Size
,kennay would be the lame as the Mend t
' price established under the first .
alternate lie would pay lower
bthe I J prices for Classes two, three W-D BUND U.S. CHOICIChuck LIMIT TWO WITH OTHER PURCHASES WHITE ARROW
aulED and four milk. If the top price
and happened to be 55.5 cents a gal. Steak
Ible 2101 DAVIs SLVO. Ion, the farmer would receivean H.IfGI.
MI 1-1447
his average! of about SO,5 cents Bleach SAVE 10c 19
for all his milk.
bledi. C .
ALLIED: VIC coCommtrcid . Langley! said that under the Per Pound 59
out I.vcns and all m.ke.Domnlie 0' Major Ritriftration Apphln6.a EOu'pmentLET'S plan, the distributor would make
'ch about the same profit using el. LIMIT FOUR WITH OTHER PURCHASES THRIFTY MAID APPLE

.. ther alternative "We feel this DUBUQUE PULLMAN STYLI
rns .
will be an equalizer," he said.
en Mallory Horne of Tallahassee 303 '"
,
commission attorney, said the Canned Picnic Sauce. SAVE 4c 10LIMIT

purpose would be to encourage! t .
distributors to enter into full
Irk supply contracts with Florida $ 99
In GROW Together producers Instead of going out Can LIMIT THREI WITH OTHER PURCHASES THRIFTY MAID SLICED
the of state for milk )
,\\I Initial reaction was not favor \
eI'
@ able, however. Some Industry Peaches. 19
at. c t' representatives questioned not ;: ,
atIIh by only the practicality 1 but the le. I'
fallty of the proposal. .
1S. WENDELL F. PETERSON, New Owner Claude Kelley, an official of t '" 1111 r ihr'la}! LIMIT. TWO WITH OTHER PURCHASES ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT
Foremost Dairies, said the In.

vie GARDEN SPOT at dustry harmony had shown In reaching a great deal -'J ... \. 6t. loft
NAPLES agree .. (
,
T I 19
as nent on a proposal-Introduced .. GOLDEN RIPE owe s SAVE 14c
lfeml. earlier in the mt'etlnr-to slm. 1 .
ply reduce the current minimum
ORTHO WEED-B-GON will producer prices to 55.5 cents TropicalBananas NAIVES
lfe I PEACNEI WITH OTHER PURCHASES LIBBY'S TOMATO
TWO
This would put Florida milkon LIMIT -
er'h kill nearly all broad leafed
a competitive footing without
weeds the ones that take of state milk, he said.
32 e2. Glass
1'1' over and crowd out your Juice 19c
SAVE 10c -
red grass. If you kill them now .. 111 .

while the grasses are at the No IncidentsAs

height of their growth cycle = p" Pound 10 C. DIXIE DARLING RYE LITTLE DEBBIE" APPLE 1
IS BiloxiIntegrates
should have
you a noticeable
.I
Iet thicker grass cover Bread 216o2.Loavu i 33c Delights i 12 Pak *>. 39c

n by this fall. Next month an '

application of GRO-TONE 'err
J BILOXI, Miss (AP) With
LAWN AND GARDEN or our me rlsts past tesort city} J
tot FOODS
"special" 6-6-6 30%; organic hoped| Saturday make its school;; 1 ,'

blended with manganeseand desegregation?: so quiet the tour. v,4frtBORDEN'S .
sis WOO't know anything unusu. # .
Iron for local conditionswill al is afoot. ,.1"

I then be helping to grow Registration of Negroes at FROZEN t
irevlouslv ill.whlte elemental\
grass NOT WEEDS idiools took place Frlda\ with JESSE JEWEL

itrli't poll<'Ing Insuring quUt Fre2en Fudge Bars j

The next test the OII.mlnl)1/: FRESH PRODUCE
Owners of St Augustine grass, are you lasses -tomes Aug, 31."We **' Meat Pies
00
4 $] r
aware of the fact that NOW is the time of year .ion't" anticipate one lilt "9*.
01 trnul If. salt R. D. Broil:i,
when Chinch bugs will attack your lawn, and city s. hool suiieilnlendcnt SWEET BARTLETTPears .

have you checked lately for them? They may was plainl pleased b>' the, ti ..

be the reason why your lawn isn't as healthyand lull i.rl peelings. 4 Pk FROZEN CONCENTRATE
01117\ Negroes wei '11I11111the
lush as you'd like it to be. If you haven'tthe 742 who signed Uf' I IoJI tint PI" 5 ge 5

time or inclination to check it yourself, call grade; lasses at the lu -- loots.: :. Hawaiian Punch
but It \I.IS a i hlstoili' o" caslan.llssusi Lb 19c "
us, and we'll be glad to make a personal inspec ; bl'c" (list 'crack In yFIEISCHMANN

tion and recommendation free of charge. If lassr""mid I loll >hat I ers h.lowthe 5 6 "' ."'" $100|

chinch bugs should be found in your lawn and illet-e level'!. -/I/
Then here n" 1I1'1I1t'lIb. no
you'd like to treat the problem yourself, we Isllle te"MIMMEDIATE I"II, FANCY TENDER POLIBeans . IIIn

will lend you a spreader for a day at no chargeto .. TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN STEAKS IIdi

spread any of the following Chinch bug killers DELIVERYI' 11' 1

: EBEN (containing ethlon), TRID (containing k- Perch or Haddock

trithion) or DIBEN (containing sevin), These clean, GMCTRUCKS.READYfor'641
If 'S GOLDEN CORN Oil
granular, dry materials are very effective, easyto Lb 19 24'. P1. 99c
apply and have a long residual capacity that Margarine u. 37c n

will protect your lawn for weeks to come. The WITH .
"
cost Is moderate, $7.75 for a 5,000 square foot BREAKJHHOUGHNOINEUUNB V' d \ ; '";'' d.nit,

lawn, for example. [ INAilIION .


This is on the gardening spot to watch in Naples for news, and and this information is It's Time To Buy School Supplies ...1'I


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COUNTY NEWS Sunday, Auutt 1C. 1961 $


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front
By RAE WEARSt.

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i.eo's Catholic ChurchIn This building Is erected on IXta=
Bonlta Springs will be dedicated a 25 acre tract of land which
today beginning at twelve was acquired by the Miami Dio- RV m MJ
noon by the Most Reverend cese several years ago, and Is /' / '
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of situated on Beaumont Boule- yet
the Catholic Diocese of Miami. vard Just off the Beach Road, Students Hill have some vacation time left but teach ,

It via he who established the and about two miles south from ers are already making plans for the coming semester

parish In September, 1962. the Trail. Susan Eddy starts her teaching career at the brand /Ift 1
rhehave been holding ser- The altar Is of marble, and
vices ever since In the Igll the main building will seat some new, very up-to-date Sea Gate School. Susan and her

Building on the Trail. three hundred people. J r mother, Mrs. William Eddy Jr., returned Thursday after EamIIJJlO

This new church, a modem William Vencek Is presidentof visiting in New York State

structure designed by Nelson] the Holy Name Society,while Margaret Pittman will also be at Sea Gate. Sheis 1 OKI G DRS. MAYO -
Faerber of Naples,Is a lamina Mrs. Joe Braun Is presidentof
a graduate of Huntington College and comes from Mont A Scent commemorative
ted wood arch In an A-frameiof St. Leo's Women's Guild
western Oregon cedar, ter- Dally mass Is at 8 a.m. while gomery, Ala. Margaret is the Roy Smith's niece, and i stamp brothers honoring is set for the release Mayo by

razo floors In the main build- Sunday there Is one at 7:30 they picked her up in Montgomery this week on their the Post Office department.
ing while the sanctuary Is carpeted a.m. and another at 9:30 a.m William and Charles Mayo,
The Catholic Church: Extension way home after three weeks in Washington, D. C., New the famous Minnesota sur.

Society, with headquarters York, Detroit and Indianapolis. geons, are depicted on the
In Chicago, has contributed Hilary Hartter who has spent the summer here with i stamp which is t printed in

Naples Players the sum of $8,500 towardsthe her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hartfer, leaves the 25th i green, the symbolic color of
cost of the church. The medicine.
for Wethersfield, England. She will be there at least a_
For Society has helped many lr
Rehearsing
parishes and missions throughout year, teaching dependents of Armed Forces personnel.

'Meller Drammer'Rehearsals the Diocese, and dependson w Hilary spent two wonderful years teaching In Japan. Sheis Claims Wagner

contributions from its looking forward to this assignment because of its

are under way for benefactors work.to carry on this proximity to London, and also the opportunities she will i Will Endorse
the 1890 three-act"meller-dram. apostolic
mer", "A Fate Worse Than The general public Is cor- ----- ,. -'t-b- iw 'r" r,-- -,- have to travel on the Continent.Mr. .
Death; Or Adrift On life's Sea," dially Invited to attend the dedication CAROL WICKFNDEN. daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. G. Wickenden of and Mrs A. R, Staley are at The Cloisters, Sea i Bobby KennedyNEW

which will be presented by the ceremonies, and to 1212 Lastiada Lane, Naples, is pictured above with one of the threat Island, Ga. They plan to be in Miami August 26th for YORK (AP) Alex
Naples Players, August 28.29and visit at the new church Sunday. ninnlsts of the world Leonard Pennario. Mr Pennauo in
appeared the of the Lib.
September 5-6, at the Ta- birthday of Mr. Staley's mother before returning to i Rose, vice chairman
hitian Cove auditorium, public. three concerts at the Brevard Music Center recently and arranged to eial i parts, says the patty will
Ity director Ken Schryver has Gets Ticket For meet each of Transyhania Music Camp's 51 piano students personally Naples.Mr. support Alt). Gen Robert F,
announced. Jack Randall la dir before he left Ho discussed questions which they asked at a piano and Mrs. George Dunlap Jr. leave for vacation I Kennedy as Pemoi'ratk- camil.
ecting, Not Having Car workshop. Pcnnano's love for Transylvania was evinced in a more today. They have few definite plans except to visit rela. date for New Yoi k'. U.S. Senate

Schryver said the play, writ Under ControlAs formal way on August 2 when he announced that he was providing tives on the way to Cape Cod, and be in Buck Hill, Pa,1 seat F. Wagner and predl will ten by Dunston Weed, Is des. funds for annual Leonard Pennario at the "Summer
nn Scholarship for Labor weekend
Day After that the Dunlaps will I d>', "ossll| l next week.
cribed as "the saga of a noble Carl Richard Downing, "
heroine who Is more sinned 1190 Rosemary Lanedrove northon Music Capital of the South. start south probably spending some time in North Caro. Rose said Friday that; the Lib.

against than sinning," and should the Trail in the vicinity of lina on the way.Thursday 'eral party, whltli usually gets
provide local playgoers with the Imperial Gas Station Friday about 400,000 votes, whlc-h could
many laughs. night, he tried to tune in his Edison To Offer evening, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Herren i swing an election, will bark )'
Admission will be $1.SO for ad. radio. In so doing he got overon gave a small dinner party. It was a surprise for Mr. and| Kenned If lie Is nominated at I M
.
ills and) V cents for youngsters, the left Bide of the pavementand Mrs. Artie L. White who their the Site IJEomo..atlc' Conven.I
celebrating
were wedding ,
Schryver added. In swerving back to the I tlon Se4.| 1.i I.
right side, started skidding on anniversary. In the next week or so, the Whites will be i Rose said 1 he was basing pre.
the wet roadway, lost control of Courses In NaplesEdison > moving from Spinnaker Drive Into Gulf Towers. dlded supKiit| by Wagner of the
his car and overturned, accord. attorney general on n "edu<'at.
fug to police reports.He JOHNSTONS CELEBRATE ed guess." ,
was given emergencytreat. Junior College person The classes will be held at the Wagner, several hours after
I ment at Naples Community Hospl. nel will conduct classes for col. Naples Senior High School, and THT Speaking of anniversaries, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie John. Hose had made his statement,
tal and released. Damage to his lee credit In Naples this fall will start about September 14.No ston recently celebrated their 16th with a flying trip to i said lie would nuke no car was estimated at $400. He and winter. Three classes have date for registration has been set, Jamaica where they stayed at Ocho Rios. Mrs. Johnstonhad 1 until he had keen Kennedy,
was given a ticket by Officer already been scheduled and but it will be announced soon, MEANS INFORMATION which lie Is expected| to do next
Gary Young to appear In court others will be offered If the de. Rogers said. The symbol above means a note from Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ross who are( week. Wigner has said t Kennedy
for falling to have his vehicle mind Ii large enough Each course will offer three that the person wearing it jubilant over the additions to their daughter's family. would mike 4 grand candidate
under control.Ryan Walter Rogers, chairman of college credit hours, and the fee Twins John and The but has withheld formal en.
1i cries information about Nancy. Rosses will remain in Syracuse

the Community College Commit.tee for the course will be $18 or $6 dursement. Kennedy has said he
self 1 which should be
announced yesterday that per credit. Students will pur. until November. will not make the race without
courses In elementary account. chase their own books find other "i to in anyone trying to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Warrington have been spendinga the mayor's 'express' approv.al. .
KehoeTo Ing, general psychology, and bus. supplies. The classes will meet i nor an emergency. ."
i Iness communications have been I I' 'eslgned by then few weeks at their home on Beacon Lane, and may be
one night each week from 7 to An authoritative! Washington
Talk CD At scheduled. Ha said there had been 9:30 p.m. ... '.'edical Assn. for back for Christmas. In the meantime they leave the 22nd I source said Kennedy had not

some Inquiries about beginning Two classes were offered In un rsai; use. ; for their home In Raleigh, N. C., and in the fall plan a, consulted President Johnson
.4. shorthand, and the course can be Naples last spring by the college. about any plans to run for the
Lions Meeting offered If at least II students re. There was a course dealing with Li .ji' Hanna trip to California and Hawaii. Senate The source further said
quest It.Howard. .Income tax computations and ano. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barkau and their son Robertare r that Johnson feels It Is entirely 1
t 4' e t9 Bill Ryan, manager of Radio ther business, law. Rogers said', Op .)()drich' here from St. Louis They are dividing their time up to Kennedy and the |people of

Station WNOO and Tom Kehoe Williams the one of income tax was well Nil; -nslgn Don/ E. !Mann, between Mr. Barkau's mother, Mrs. Alvina Barkau and j I New York.
.
business Dissenters
received
Collier County Civil Defense and the one to Kennedy's i an.dldaiy
son of Claude B. Manna of 1132
fy, director, will discuss Civil De. Graduated From law had fair attendence. the A. W Barkaus.On ate not lacking. Rep t
Lastrada Lane Is
Naples, a
tense at the regular meeting of Rogers said the Community of Saturday, the 22nd, Molly Robeson, daughter of; Samuel S. Stratton of lieneo. "
Non-Corn SchoolArmy crew member the radar picket -
College Committee hoped this lady, an ul"le.larell >'an.II.loIle '
the Naples Lions Club at 12 noon,
SAIL IN PICTURES Tuesday, August 18, at the Pica Specialist Four HowardJ. I fall's attempt, which has consld. destroyer USS Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. David Earl Robeson, will become the brideof ( for the seat held by Republican' I'
snappy sailboat doesn't haveto dilly Pub. Williams, 20, son of Law. erable promise at the present operating with the Sixth FleetIn Peter Coe. The ceremony will take place in Jacksonville Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, has
sport plain canvas sails. They will explain the Civil Defense rence J. Williams, Immokalee,1 time, Is "only a beginning for the Mediterranean. Fla., with a reception following at the Florida Yacht been busy louuding. up' lonven.
A West German sailmaker setup, how the various was graduated from the SeventhU.S. extension work by Edison Junior Goodrich recently presented Club. lion (delegates has said h*
decided to put photographson units co-operate and act in time Army Noncommissioned College in Naples" 600 textbooks to two schoolson will\ challenge any Kennedy
his products. Wheneverthe of emergency of any type and es. Officer Academy in Bad Toll, Interested Individuals can get Malta. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert nomination III the "roots on
sail catches a puff of peclally with reference to pre. Germany, July 31. additional Information by calling While in the Mediterranean, Coe of Woodbury, Conn., and are regular winter visitors 1 'grounds that (he Is not a New
wind, the gal turns three- paratlons for hurricanes. Specialist Williams received MI 2.lIn4, Roger said.Orientation Goodrich Is participating In here the York resident.
Glenwood
at
Lions Apartments. Kennedy resides III Virginia
dimensional. Thirty-one and guests at. four weeks of rigorous training
tended the meeting on August 4 at In leadership and exercise of various fleet training opera- Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Thelin will be in Jacksonvillefor and votes In, Massachusetts
which M.R (Bus) Mathews, gen. command, map reading, the his. Day tions designed to Increase her the Coe-Robeson wedding. Then they will on for' is expel| ted to attend the Demo.
Latest For All Ages eral manager of the Marco Is. tory of weapons and military Planned Aug. 24 combat readiness. go rratlc National Convention as a
land Development Corporation, teaching methods. several weeks In St. Louis, Memphis, Tenn., and Como, delegate from the Bay Stale

outlined plans which his com. Williams Is regularly assigned At Naples High Find $231,000In Miss.
BOOKSSONG pany has for the planned community as a radio teletype operator In Antonio
The Harold Smiths and Segni
back
of Marco Island and the ad. the 97th Signal Battalion's Com. Orientation Day for new stu. Cash StashedIn son Speedy are in Naples
Jacent areas. pany D stationed near Boblln. dent at Naples Senior High Metal after a year's absence while Judge Smith attended U.S. Goes Into Coma
School will be held at the school BoxesNEW
Mathews gave a brief historyof gen, Germany. Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pa. He also took
the Mackle family and their lie entered the Army In June from 9:30 >I" k until 12 noon, YORK (AP-Two ..net.al ROME (AP) President
record of success in other com. 1062 and arrived overseas the on Monday ;vat 24, It was boxes were found In the clut.tered .night classes and was awarded his M.A. degree in Inc Antonio Segnl lapsed Into a
STORY SHOP : munlty developments in Florida, following November. announced h<'> eslerday. apartment of the late Dr. ternational Affairs from George Washington University coma Saturday Ills doctors said
dating from the early days until Specialist Williams was grad. The day Is planned to help with new the Samuel A. Klein, neatly parked I While Judge Smith, who is a lieutenant colonel in the his condition had worsened rapid.
659 5th Ave So. the present operation in con June, uated In 1962 from Immokalee students get acquainted with $231,650 In cash.
MI 2.2520 I tlon with the Collier Develop. High School school, a spokesman said,sothey Bills ranging from $1010 l $500, Army Reserve, served two weeks at the Pentagon recently, ly.The president, 73, was strlck.
ment Corp. will have U'-,. trouble on the first stuffed In 50 bank envelopes, Mrs. Smith and Speedy vacationed near Brevard, N. C. en with a cerebral stroke Aug.
day of school. An assembly and a and uncashed checks, stocks 1 7. For several days his rondition
Mr. and Mrs. William Vance have also
--- -- returned
None finer tour of the school are planned, to
. and bonds of undetermined value remained crave, but during the
Beacon Manor and refreshments will be served. were In the boxes Naples. They formerly lived here, but moved to Oklahoma past three days Ms physl< Uns

Nursing Home i Klein, 71, a seml.retlredili'".. ''r1 s few years ago. Now they have bought an apart., had reported -onsider.hle |m.provement .
for loving tender care Weather Review'Max. (1st, had lived alone In the 1 ment in the Harbour Club with the idea of being in for his and expressed hopes|>
eight.room duplex apartment on recovery:
. at low rates Min. Rain FUth Avenue. Upon his death, Naples about seven months of the year.

I[:: _,A Au,. 8 94 71 0.01 July 30, police sealed the apart. Drive Carefully And Live
VERA'Sa ment until relatives could be I WE GET A LIFT .
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... .. Aug. 9 91 72 0.56
AUK. 10 M/ 72 1.48 found.A Just as summer doldrums set in, a Showmobile is ,

. :' 4Canted Au,. 11 87 74 0.27 ewa were sister,located niece and and two accom.neph.| announced and anticipation of same perks up many lagging I nVirginia, s

BEAUTY Aug. 12 90 73 Tr. panted a court clerk and a state i spirits. The date is Wednesday, August 19th, fora I t. the Cove"
: Au,. 13 90 75 0.00 tax agent Friday to the apart of Fantasticks the I
"The Coconut
Ma, K.lUr, R. N. matinee at Grove
daily)
SALON Aug. It 92 7} 0.00 ment. open t
5400 l . ,
j Tr.dwiedshn Mftft, fiend; Dtlt supplied by C nbbt n Girdtni
THEY ALL READ 'PEANUTS' Among those already signed up and dusting off Displaying
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P&ade&FLO'iWTEJRS- WIOIITkan.. (t.PI,1srn hats and gloves are: Miss Angeline Calitri and Mesdames 1964 Christmas Cards
Corner 11th Ave & Rt the cutter( urn in i ttuhita
Holland Salley, Michael Chance, Norman Herren, Harold
7th St. SouthOpening Sine. lnimiiiate' read: Shop at leisure
"lUppmris ii. aup ,inffee."1 Smith, George Vega Jr., Elsie Upham, Annette Winn, Rich.

] ] nag Beneath wrote: .the"Stlurlha"n" mlj i campus, ard Wolfe, Edward Ziegler, Dorothy Stoneberger, Ralph Crayton Cove Bldg.

our own up." (Continued on page 7) I MI 2-384

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I ''I THE NAPLES
r 8-5 Edward Swanson, Rufuj i
Burnham, Eugene Prlndle, Albert ,:, 1 I
Walker. ;; Notebook'
8.6Marie Snell, Thomas '
MUll, Gall McClenlthan, Glenn
et- Turner] Ella Mae Howard, John
"ra Llnville. illl (Contlngtd from pig I)
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t ?rI 8.7.. Arthur Pride, Mildred c F b'in't
it Smith, Katie Garvin

8.8.. Angela Shanabarf Wilson, t G E. Carroll. Deborah Hosfield I and Donald Bell
8.9.. Benjamin Sutton, WilliamSparks
Robert Raulerson, Ethel Mn Herbert Zipprodt also plans, to attend. The

y Randolph, JoAnn Grant. Zipprodts daughter Patricia, has just been here for 10
810.. Doyle Doxsee, Hazel Mo
days. She enjoyed a very quiet time which Is a direct
bley, Rosa Wallace, Vivian Hum. 1
phrey, Gerald Morgan, Sara Dor contrast to the hectic pace demanded by her career as

ough, Raymond Foster, Rosalee a costume designer for Broadway plays. Miss Zipprodt's
Comer, Juan It a Randolph' Willie
'
jrrent work is with musical "Fiddler the Roof
McSwaln, Louise Gaedn, Hulet c a on
Reed, Mar Louise Coins, Dan which, : opened in Detroit and is scheduled for a September22nd

lei Ryan, Bradford Stevens,Irene opening in New York.
Locker, Mauda Lee RodmanHarold
Goff, Pearl Shelby, David Mrs. Eugene Parker is a regular Showmobiler, and

_.: Wlllare, Jane Wlllard. expect to be caught up and ready to go after vacationingand

-..' ..-'{ 9.11Betty\ Whidden. Samuel houseguests for the past several weeks. After a6.000.mile
Claddings, Daisy Anthony, Thel.
:1 W> ma Lanell. motor trip to the midwest, west and Mexico

the Parkers stopped In Tampa to pick up Mrs. Earl Lofton

,1 DISCHARGES ........ . and Mrs. John Pratt, who visited them for a week Then i

". 1 Derbyshire 8.5.. Martha and baby BIckford girl, ,Annett Joan SET FOR LOCKSTEP Star dancer Zul" Jesnmsirt, Is surrounded and hand- last weekend they entertained Mr and Mrs. John Reardon

""", Bulger, Hattie Harris, Joe Brew. cuffed by comic gendarmes ss she rehesriet for 'Frsnkis' and Johnny her new show In Paris. who were en route to Raleigh N. C., after a Caribbean i

er, Paul Krachkowskt. cruise. Mr. Reardon is president of the Carolina Coach 1
: 86.. Leon Treon. Snow Falls On s
8.7. Jerry Wlnebrenner, Mar. Hangar Scoop Company.
caret Scholtz, Lorraine Keller, a
Thomas Mills. Mountain
SlopesIn
88.. Sara Kern, Albert Walk.er .
Roy F. Curry Jr., Ella How. BY ANNE SWENSON Profiles In Courage Makes
ard, Marie Snell and baby boy. NortheastSummer
89.. Gall McClenlthan and baby fell the
Your CAPSenior snow on
Know
boy, Margaret SmithRuby Osceo.la. Northeast's higher mountain>>
TV Debut On November 8
slopes Saturday and low Umiru.
rr ) 810Angela Shanabarger and members should be After that there will be meet- lure records were act for the

baby girl receiving their Form 13 renewal Ings every Friday The date In many places from the 1I0LL\WOOl) APIpre tloils sihre. his '...alh. All ("HailsOf
8.11.. Hazel Mobley, Sara Dor. applications this week or IT'S A FACTi Florida ( clearedwith
Great Lakes to the Atlantic.: new television neiles 11'11101.111\ the hour films aie
ough, Vivian Humphrey, Robert next. Please bring them to the Wing has just passed 3,400 Whiteface Mountain In the Its season wet alter the ,'t'-t of the, palate, The st'lifts' are
4 Raulerson, Danny Billie, Doyle next meeting. You don't haveto cadets for this year. This Adirondacks, and Mt. Washing. the Uk.| "Profiles In Corn-am reviewed t.>y former Kennedy
p
? Doxsee, Rosa Wallace. bring the money yet, but do places Florida only 300 ca- ton, N.It., were dusted by snow, will not debut until\ Nov. 8, \I"e.side. Xtiecxlore C. Sorenson, whowllll..Y.
turn In your Form 13. ThisIs dets behind the national leader although there was no arrumu cause that's the way lht late ., si a"'PIII'I'elII.,
. .... BIRTHS very important The 1965 Puerto Rico, and about SOO latlon. The mercury atop White President. John F. Ki>nni>dj 'Mob """lIt'tlY'11Ile..11 two of
8.8.. Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Law. renewal will be about ahead of third place New York. face was 34 degrees wanted It. the tUdstu.$ rllms,"' l'IMJrtl| Ml.
1\ GRACING the Edjrewater Beach Apartment poolin renee Snell, baby boy. the same program as with two Of the total, 3,427 are 1964 Rochester, N.Y., with 47; After Koimeil) '.> ale, lion to duol Kite hie, .1111..1'1,1. to .pro. '1//
Naples is a lovely local lass, Miss Edie Harris, 88.. Mr. and Mrs. ZorlaNapo.leon The always first Is that cadets and the rest are new Pittsburgh, with 43, Chicago the presidency, 1110111)) |prod, eta" dm ei u Gordon Olivri, ', "Ted Kennedy .
I of Seventh Avenue, North. Miss Harris will attend McClenlthan, baby boy. exceptions. 1965 cadets. Colonel Doss has with 51, Boston with 53, and sought his bxst.srlhng .lunikalwiit pas '>H'ii four. or five of
send the -
the will
squadrons senior
88.. Mr. and Mrs Edward Lee New York City with 54, had mural courage In Aim-il- them, atilt Ml iie re bl.illi over
Florida College, just out side of Tampa. and check opened the books for the renewal >
a
applications
low recordsfor tllP U'fcUlt *
Shanabarger, baby girl. new temperature can |IMIIIII"1 as hosts lui .1 10\1. ,
for national dues directly to national program for all cadets the dale. rles. Put nut null! Rula'rt Smi-, The serIes will occupy the
headquarters. The second who are 1964 members. The The mercury sank Into the 30s dek nude an tnqiitn did kcmie- Sunday. evening hoi r following
Is that the Florida Wing renewal dues for 1965 will be In many sections of the Appalachians dy hcRln] set t011s 'iuiit.ilt' | >ialnii.He | "'Meet" the Press" Ci/me high or '
dues will be $2.00 for 1965. $3.00 for all cadets In the during the early had made two 1'1..11.1'| i ] low luting, 'Trollies In, Cour.
an Increase over last year wing who are not already 1965 morning hours. as a senator on Saudfk's "Om age" is guaranteed u full 20.
The beauty that Greece members. This Is a slight A front of warm air from the nibus.1' week season without UI ltllI'.
was Increase over last year due to Gulf pressed northward behind Kennedy established| MiliiKvnl That was a 4 Kennedy slliul.itliin| !I IIuo.
There will be a the higher costs of operatingthe the cold air mass, touching off tel ms for the set li. appixivjlof . _
group cadet office and the fact rains In the lower Mississippi srrl| SARCAP September Punta Valley and Plains as It movedon rector the ,
even press iHeases. Everyone leach The NEWS
that all cadets will automati-
Gorda hosted by Charlotte the Midwest And to avoid any politic I rrper.
Composite Squadron.Lt. cally receive the "Gator CAP- McAlester Okla. had rain
County a Missions, the aeries wall not togo
lives in Col. Sam Nicastro Is planning ers" and Ihdr copy ofthe"CAP fall of 1% Inches and Fayette. on the air until alter the I9G4elec
again a new rug by several more group Times." vllle, Ark., about l',. Inches. lions. DON'S

SARCAPS In coming months Amarlllo, Tex., got about two. Saudek and NBC have Eventually all the squadronsIn thirds of an Inch of rain. ued |u follow KI'IIIII'II10 Insliui.
KengelWord
(VnlrrHrcnkfust
the will be a Shopping
SARCAP.group hosting has been received hereof ( 'G't"t" \ (G) Y.ivV) T Special
the death of Herbert Kernel OP vmI
C 677 Fifth Avenue, North, at Ms tirvedt Iron Pile, em t. MO: pm
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In New Baltimore .
FLASH CAP Is summer home Summer
looking
.,, ,M1<:h, on August 3. ,' 2 EGGSIi i
.l'' A II 1 for a 16-mllllmetar projector.
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; yrrtil r'9rlr t,' m'a.fr.tkn..itotllLn Hf l li survived by Ma widow S ;
.., It doesn't have to be new- Mrs. Thelma Kengel f two sons, : } Permanent 67c
just so It is In good condi George and Robert, of Detroit; "
tion. Our faithful army surplus a daughter, Edith of Manila,PJ.; ( Mary hay, I'uunUin Mir, I
"Atexel," a sumptuous rug that Interprets the prized 25 years old, has finally and seven grandchildren.Funeral t,. ,4t'! Special
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concept of balance and form Greece gave to the world. given up the ghost. services were held In Detroit ,""'I 2

Here is design with commanding decorator importance, with Interment New Baltimore. J I

expressed in a collection of 12 subtly misted step-tones. SENIOR MEMBERSt The Assembly Of God : $10.00 & $12.50 GIG Itb

Karastan lavishes it with dense wool pile, richly fringed. next general membership :
Is 25. Staff
meeting August To Hold Revival

Sizes from 3x5 to 12x18. 9x12 cost is $275.00. meetings are every Tuesday First Assembly of God Complete' with hair cut, shampoo A set t c Itfr I4N
This Is Important -
l lI Available at Naples Floor Coverings In 10 vibrant colors.KtrnilaH night. so let's meeting all try to make Church located on Shadowlawn ; For Appointment Call I II I4b
hold revival
will
Avenue ser-
II. September will probablybe
vices 7130 o'clock each f '
at night 1
the last month there will
be only one general meeting. starting tonight. '
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..football season retnins local. will find conditioning a little .. . .... '.at CBS-Yank Deal
l Iy this week as Naples High I easier than boys who are not in SPORTS

School\ opens praches I Monday shape, the coach noted. ,r -r ". .
WASHINGTON AP) Con.
ami Naples Junior High begins There will be 25 (
I preparations Tuesda of practice before the only first game days, tress t.l casting an increasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Coach Jerry Morris, heading Marshall points out. He has a ...,tlilMM.l't. wary eye on the $2-mllllon

into Ms sixth season as NIB five.game schedule lined up, , \... is.., \\ deal that gives the Columbia 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, August It, Wl
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mentor, hopes for a turnout of with hopes of landing another .w" Broadcasting System majority .
better than 50 r \ ... r ownership of the New York .
boys, including contest. .
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18 returning letter.wlnners, for ,.' ... .. Yankees. I
tomorrow's organizational prac. .... : Congressional reaction to the I

tics at the high school In Ute I Richie Allen afternoon, approved by the American
The first week of practice will League Includes demands I
be Has Key Role that professional baseball be.ubject.d
devoted to getting everyone "" ,
Into to the antitrust laws II I
reasonable shape for contact
Chairman Emanuel Celler, D.
work, which cannot begin On Phillie Team
N.of the powerful House Ju.
until next week, Morris noted.
Players NhW VUKK (AP) Richie A .. dlclar Committee said Frldaj I
also will work on ball. .. "
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Allen has been battling twin .. the sale "indicates baseball Is
handling .
timing, and running: \Q.. j :
through plays In this first week. pressures all season long -and ..- ', <+ big business
Players can wear headgear and so far it's been no contest, Celler, who also Is chairmanof rIM ,. I IP
kid third base.
Philadelphia's the Judiciary Committee's
week mouthpieces during the first man was spotlighted In the A SOFT LANDING I Mn, Pit Winslow >i net doing limbering up ...rc''.*.. antitrust subcommittee, said I .1 ll\ .

said, If Morris they choose wlU again, the be coach., spring as a sure.shot bet to be Sht'i just compltttd her leap In high' Jump sect,on of pentathlon during' ""om,"'. Olympic' "the bars must be put up and .',.- \ ," ra 'Ii!' I
lilted this as the National League's Rookie of trick and field, trial In New York, The San Mateo Calif, houitw, it the titleholder. the baseball clubs subjected to 'f
c coach Bill Bryan year and by ends.wing.backs backfield. the Year and since then has' the antitrust laws," e. I
been called upon to play a keyrole Professional baseball now op.
coach Jerry Howell In the Phil lies' drive for Virginia Edwards crates under limited exemptionfrom
The 10- Eagle schedule Back
game their first pennant since 1950. Belinsky Flying antitrust laws The Senate I Is
opens at Arcadia September 18 Has Low Net At .
Neither challenge has stymied Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee :
Naples fans
should note a recent
Allen, who boosted his batting recently approved a bill
Club EventLow
change In dates of the Punta Beach I It
Gorda average to .314 with six hits Fri. to clarify the exemption and ex. t'
20 to October game 16.from November day night as the front.running To LA To Explain Fight net for the field was the tend it to other professional
Phils swept a doubleheaderfrom event scheduled for the Beach sports I
Junior high coach Bill Mar.
Clb Women's Golf Associationon
their favorite patsies New But Sens. Kenneth D. Keatingand
shall In his third
here
hopes for a turnout season of more, York's last.plare Mets, t.1 and WASHINGTON (CAP) "If As a result of the brief battle Tuesday. August 11. Jacob K. Javlts, New York
than 40 boys for Tuesday's initial 6.4 and went four games aheadof they're going to suspend me early Friday, Dyer required five Mrs. Vlglnta Edwards won Republicans, said there shouldbe IW I
practice The first week runnerup San Francisco. without pay fine Let them give stitches under his left ear. He first place with a net 36. Mrs. no quick condemnation of the r

will be devoted to conditioning, "There's been a lot written, me my release. It was some. reported it was badly swollen, Al Hackett was second with a net sale even though they agreed II I
though the boys already In shape but there's not much I can do'thing out of my control. and he had a black right eye. 37. there would be surface points
about It, and I don't think It's; So said Bo Belinsky, temperamental Dyer said Friday afternoons The Beach Club Men's Association that merit inquiry. II
1 had any effect," the soft-spoken 27.year-old left.handed "It looks like I'm going to be has scheduled a mixed Possible effects of the sale on I

22.yearold from Wampum, Pa., pitcher of the Los Angeles An. all right, except right now I've foursome be baseball's relationship with ra.
tournament to
Bonita Racing said at Shea Stadium. gels, of his one.punch kayo oft got a little double vision" dlo and television were cited by
"As for the pennant, I don'think 64.y ar-old sports writer Braven Both Dyer and Belinsky agree played August 19. Men and women Ed Short, general manager of I

Dates Are set I've let that affect my Dyer, about the fracas -to a point. members will make their the Chicago White Sox, who said
play, either. It's own foursomes and starting he withheld of the
simply playing Belinsky, suspended Indefl. approval pur.
Both agree they met In the I
The State Racing Commission i I nine hard the latest 1 chase "because of
this Innings every game nltely by the Angels, flew back lobby late Thursday night and times being p.m. ramifications
for 12 week approved racing dales i Gene Mauch, the Phlls' no. to Los Angeles Saturday to ex. Dyer asked Belinsky about an Following the tournament the regarding open television-radio .

tracks greyhound In and, two harness nonsense manager Is slightly plain to General Manager Fred Associated Press story reportIng cocktail hour will be at 5:30: with bidding on the World Series, the I
Florida
Dates more voluble on the subject. Haney why he socked or that he wanted to quit baseball dinner served lateral the Beach All-Star Game and the Game-of.
Springs track for the Naples-Donlta "First of all, let me say(that if shoved, as Belinsky explains it If he could get a better job. Club. the.Week program" AN UNUSUAL catch brought into SportSpot Fn- I
from
were set Dec. he
26, 1964 through April 12, 1965. there'd hadn't be done no what he's to done, the Los Angeles Times news. After hearing Dyer's description telecasting Rights for the broadcasting All-SUr Game and dar b)' JlaJ"')' Wootton caused ronMdt.table speculation
pennant thl-.k
mla'l.lie. 1
about. of the story, both agree that and and soauli through the guide books for
also said he has a date Belinsky said he had been mis. World Series are granted I
identification, The nine catch
"As for Bill Daniels -poufal was eventually -
Richie through
competitive
personally, with hn lawyer, Paul Caruso, to quoted and gave Dyer some bidding
nothing bothers the networks. identified as "TnpUtnil" tend\ stampedas
him. He knows see "just what right the Los quotes about the AP story among
,../I} r fhfl-j he's a good ballplayer and Angeles Angels have to suspendme Several hours later after Both CBS and the National a rare catch for these paiU Ed Towell, ownerof

that's that. He has a thoroughly without pay 1 haven even Dyer got ready for bed, Bel in. Broadcasting Co have Game-of. SportSpot said : "It's) the first of its kind that
IS FUN ATBROOKSIDEI professional approach he had a hearing. They haven't sky telephoned him to say he Upsets Jones the.Week programs that present 1 have seen in two uais." Old-timeii! recalled

down doesn't let a bad day get him i told me why I was suspended.." had not been misquoted in the major league games on Satur. tupletailseie common lute veais aim but seldom -

head"or a good day go to Ms i I Manager Bill Rlgney, whose AP story, but Dyer said it was day and Sunday. autrht now off Naples slums Uootton was
team Is in Washington for too late to do about his The major leagues are now
anything
fishing in Gordon Pmith his wife and made
a four-game weekend series, story. In TV MatchNEW considering a package of weeklv
would Monday night games for nation. the catch with medium tackle lining pin fish for

.. ?l Quarterback} Club "suspended say only that Indefinitely Belinskywas .. argument Both agree that they concluded got Into a when hot YORK (AP) Billy three al prime networks-time exposure are exoected, and the to bait. ( NEWS photo)

u /T To Meet Tuesday for punching sports writer Belinsky said "You come down Daniels a Brooklyn barber bid for this package, which done was "all right.'
Braven Dyer.; here and I'll slick . head whose had
Naples qua rte mack club will! your manager given up on might sell for as much as $20 About marriage, after a ,vII, II'
Rlgney .,
reportedly said he under the shower. him as a fighter Saturday was riding '
hold its first of the fall 'million. ceremony In Gary, Iml, a few
meeting didn't
want Belinsky on his ball Dyer, once a star college foot high while Doug Jones the hours RENEWYOUR '
earlier "It's all cDRiveR'S
right
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Naples team any more and he wanted ball player said "A writer con ,
l can'tleI top.ranklng heavyweight
,too, he responded. LIceNse
f, \ ;; High School teachers'lounge to get him out of town as soon a player get away with itender, still was wondering Clay Weds Will Clay and SonJI Roy, a former DURING YOUR !
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I club president Jack as possible threat like that. I dressed and what happened In the Madison model
Vilt .f were married In the In.
I Breeden lavs. went down to his Square Garden ring Friday BIRTH MONTH
-- room. Go To dlana steel manufacturing ( enter .
Good rrore. at Rrookriide The meeting i should be especially "After Dyer hung up the night 1 Egypt then motored to Chit ago
Informative for parents of Sports BriefsFRANKFURT telephone," Belinsky said, "I Daniels, a former contenderwho where they spent the night at a THE
thin week have been turnedIn
junior and senior high football thought the whole thing was grabbed a sub's role On HoneymoonCHICAGO South Side motel.
by Fred Clark, (pic ana closed I was brushing my teeth against Jones on 24-hours no
other
players, Parents all Clay met newsmen, but his
lured below) who had triplicate persons Interested in football GermanyAP and had my pajamas on when tike, scored a resounding upset (AP) Cassius new wife did not make an ap.| BiqCqpJtm(
games of 210, also should make an effort to attend ( ) Marlka Klllus, a world he knocked on the door. It took over the man who gave Casslus Marcellus Clay, world heavy. pea ranee. To newsmen who

Hob Moline who had triplicate The club will discuss the bud pairs figure skating champion, him 15 or 20 minutes to get Clay his toughest fight. weight boxing champion and questioned her absence, the /A
was married Friday to Werner there." Two of the three officials vot. ;
I61's. Paul Crltk self appointed bard of the fistic champion said: "Muslim worn
enberger missed a coveted get for the coming football tea* Zahn Dyer's description of what fol. ed for Daniels, who won a split realm, got married Friday and en keep in the baikground."
700 series ahem he son. In the past,the club has derived CHICAGO (AP) The U.S. lowed Is brief: verdict In a close and often drab10round wouldn't talk about it or his Clay Is a member of the Black
Its revenues from season- Air Force selected George Ire. ''I knocked on the door We television fight. lr"AND
Muslim sect. Since
cored a 688 In the Peter ticket sales and concessions, land, athletic director and bas. started talking, and that's all 1 It was a cat and mouse fight wife.Questioned by newsmen about his membership shortly announcing after L ( t \
Ion Point Classic "hile'Pop' ketball coach at "
using the money to help buy and Chicago's Loyo. remember. all the way. Jones, 187, was the his sudden decision to leave the defeating Sonny Liston for the
Campbell, one of our to re-upholster the team bus, la University, Friday to conductbasketball Belinsky said Dyer hung his aggressor against the l94'', ranks of bachelorhood, Clay heavyweight title, Clay has gone I
Senior bowlers had his clinics for American coat In the hall and came In that he had
and to buy football equipment. pound Daniels proclaimed what by the name Muhammad All.
first 600 .Merles ,In.. com- servicemen stationed In Europe. prepared for a fight, "You keep forgetting that 'UCLUB lest

lilt to Naples about 4 .. ........ .. name," Clay repeatedly| told ;
\J\
fyears. ago Frances Filiek ;: h1'1Nt',11'i' e rrJ 1J by FURNITURE FAIR |la.t-Jo.w .! M IIIr newsmen and curious onlookers

has been using her tips .... who gathered at the motel en.
w reared from Tummy Tuttle tram. in Southwest Floridafor

and produced a fine 5Mseries : : t ei/efc/ eev When asked If that was now Country Club

In the Farly llloom- you/'i/e/ his"It was legal given name to, Clay me by teilled Elijah: LIVINGGOLFING

era league Wednesday Muhammad (leader of the Mus.

morning. lim sect). Anything he do Is le. , ,
gal." .II halt Chomp'or..hp Gull a
- Clay said he and his wife fictllcnt condition for ploy

MALDNE probably will\ remain In Chicago SWIMMING .
_w by a few days and then go to Egypt| AAU tie pool 75 a 10'a i)0' .,tkfoimlr
r IJIJD/AN for a honeymoon. Clay sail he / memberships a."loblt
d qa is making a Biblical movie

there, playing the [part or an HOMESITES . .
Alexandrian do" k wni ker. The ptnmclcr, homctitci art ideal
w. As to prospe"'ts tor a lamlh (or the best Country Club Li-mo,
signed for Florida living and luxurious sleeping comfort Clay said: "When m> 'nlldren m Souih.til Mot da1

eS are born, they won't be horn li, Turn fail el' Stole' Reed
America. The) 'II be torn l u the SmframUS" 41
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oose Innerspring or Foam Rubber Twin or Double hereafter, He said "hereafteris PHONE MI 16691I
"somewhere tear A> d>i I.I.i

Fred ClarkThe
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t"o llrooksifh team r

that qualified fur the
Limited timeSALE
BPAF Slate final Hill .1g

bowl I at 12:00 noun today \ 0"

(Sun.) at the Major
League lanes in Orala. 'l

They "4II be bowling along 50'

with two team from Carol a

City I lanea In Miami

and will be bowling a 95Mo'

axalniit 62 other team w ,' .
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from the Mate $1200 z

first team.prlie goes to t the beat 4 ''."

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; .w 100 sprlne pI
Winter league art filling '00... tolel

up fait and Hrookulde has ... .... .....1'
received all the latent

styles in shirts and Mount- .aorta e 69.50 Value!

along with the newe.t In ,
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hnei and other bowling M _

arce.*orles. Some real bar.

seine ran he found on the
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trade-in rack Get readynow

for the bet bowling Innerspring . j Foam Rubber. .

season ever and nee Brook ', .down comfort of foam rubber, covered in !luauriolll hcut:
luxurious, decorotor hibiscus print, I 100" rayon faille over, The deep
side fur choice league "' for sheer luxury /en
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faille Multi
I00 quilled
of the mattress decorator print, o
pnti and the newest In quilted inside ond out . even on the sides .
and the sides quilted! Th i u a ileept that you |lust must : r ; ''pure'
bowling supplies.Watch ond box spring! Here ii oil the careful attention to detail ore
I . ill FiO: : II
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beauty and More 4-alily
quality you'd expect to find only in ,u,tom built bedding! cote the shimmering
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sail trade. fri 30 PM
buy, n..t' GROVE:.
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Phone _..........._.._....................__..____....._.__ Franchise SLIP cost p same w acre Open coiI.r per
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I 5 Insertione . . . 16t Please publish my Clossified Ad for _.._ Dealership Tropical i.t Ml' '? Drapery 81QJ __ft_ Upholster 731 *'. 60 Tenth HI Buildtn No Ml I J7JI 44 .cro tracts IS 00 .10---; and

20 Insertions . . 12t __ S/l" s.tf 9% 00 per month No 'nterei
Good core to ldrly or Invalid sIte 00 One mill, from Ooldi
I COUNT 4 AVERAGE BON8 Available in Fla. in my ham on Ro.d InC date City" Open Sunday Ca
'kMI' : lot
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consecutive times, startingI ....__ with, _
WORDS PER LINE "- to ,Invtilor for samlactive of Ett.ro 41 a Perry Nirly n.w I bedroom carport
pirtn.r 0' 'A tulltmo 00' mm ,.ioU'I*. Clll WEI ond tcrn,d) porch IU,000 ACREAGE

I _ _ _ _ $._............."..................,...cash with order. Orator ,n..tor Franchise lit I/U 41 Apirtm.nt house downtown N*.
I ..milr, 10 h.v. C.doll.C. Ford 4 on* bedroom unit and 30 icr -Clo.* In on K.lly'
Count 41% Average Words Per line RmblrbUckJrou Buick, Locals etc 38-Autos For Sale coo molol room, s o.000 flood Ro:: US,000
root 'u.c.'ul outs ..
t7iI dsr.bla but not CBS two bedroom plus two bud 40 acr.t-N..r B'g Cy press
c I ...*nt'*l Minimum, onv..tm.nt Cutlom '.9 Coupe Elordo En room ono bath off,ci.ncy fit. .200Ntar Golf Court IMOOO
50 000 00 Write Cultist County I''on I i Sill transm.ss,00 Laho Park School!,.
News Boo 1717 A II 5/9 4513Help N u.(ihiili Int.rlor Nw Pains, Ono b.droom dupl. complatoly 40 acr t-Nr proposed
For Sod 1 I.' Chop at IhM Sea It I furm.h.d hoar city liall Llud.rdtl. toll road |I4 000
Twin Lobes Apia North Naplis. 112.500.
Want. FemaU After S 38. S/IO iM_ Two btdroom CBS T.rratastlooiI. I ocr.t-Suntt. Estates, |S.000Attoclit

I \164 ComelY MontoCOnliIt'Iibld old' ity wattr, clot* 'In CM **:
!WPtrl. ,c.ct' (..oh." SoC Utr.rt. 4 .p..d, ta soil., fiaplM,45,100' , Luclll Ottt Virgil" ,I MarcunV.

.. Prlvll tchool Clll 0500. FmheC ".d. Slack iota "' CBS 4 fcarfroom, :1 i..th. Iwlm. Bob Je.5orDEWEY
?8 or t 3310 S/ll tf 0' Call Ml ? 5751 l or com tiy In Royal Harbor

I Socretury. Shorthand r' ulred' Adl anytime.'.L 411 I 6th St So $.',l>00 overlooking mini pool tell bay. I.I,000, POLLY

a one,.I off... worh Solory, I badroom t balh. ovor
open Good futur. for Intor lake downtown at
looking a
v.w writ,. Ron 1717 Ooo A n, hell Chant f Dr Std T.n. 114 tail Uk Drive, |74,Ml), REALTY
I Collier County N.w. Naples. Good second car. MI 2 2055.7Itf Downtown I badroom frimi

Fja s/is -- S, blocks from buc" 19,900Tarmt
Please remit check or order. Corner of Itt Av So 1Timliml
money ANDHANG 19 SO down. |fi' 00 mo Trill
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Frontons Given Sunday August 18. 1961 COLLIER COUNTS NEWS 9 I work C.II' tits Apt tnO.tIRlv'll" ISO A Troct".I'*5 00 Par A.

S/l tfI9S1 REALTOR This I* an .xc.ll.nt ,inv4llm.nl
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hooded for Imm.dnl, tmploy or Farm Land
"sede' . ONTO Rut l Estate p.rtonn.l S9I ttrl Av 10 Acr tract W/ 110 on Isles
,':.. .. mont for So.
''' Sola Ooodt.n.port.toon
OK To ''1' . : < e.r nicMury Chrytl.' Ml ttmt of Capri Hi way new prouotedN
Stay Open ..} .;, bury position SiOO. 1114 Iro.dAv.
:: : also cl.rk stono. Call Mr, Mar. S/ltf .pl.t to Marco Island Rout,
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Priced Contidrably
Mt 2 6137. 59Espariencad Adiacent, Land
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For 100 NightsMIAMI waitress, wsnlsdso. For Rent plalaly furnlthd, IS 700 total Tirm Op.n n .Y'h.Carib i
pnca. _t>00 down Ml I U11 bean Re.lty 17M N. I MlI
H.I.n stS.ronl's. 71261tI
voiO FINANCIAL (...Iff HHHM/NO/ hiSS Oil I "
(AP) Florida's six BUT UV SAVNviS BONDSiffimuroffl I Trul.r. |S 0 wk, with, TV, far tat ly OwnarI
J.U.jUl frontons Saturday had 14-Help Wanted M.le 110 5 wooS. S pacts $0 a wk bedroom Florida room I KNOW THAT YOU
Rock Creek Tr ,l.r Pirk I bath CBS house at SS9 loth It LIKE NAPLES)

permission to operate lot 100 i E.p..nud m.n It" ,.cond,. 4/211 No Low down paymanl and YOU can mobs money with'
month
16) 71 par lo qunliti.d these proprti
nights despite a wariiiiiRfiomthe tionmi, ot nw and ui.d *utornobilM buyar tall Dick Hill MI 7 fits 41 Acre Prim Subdivision
ufflietliat 90 Apply Los P.'", Wood I/It f. 5. tf
attorney general'a wak days. site,
I RENEW YOUR J r S/ISiS
Inc
is the limit. ,,' ... : CgyPwauU. _ 48-Apti. For Rent tO Aero Economy SubdivIsion
DRim'SUCt NORTH Naplat Small Eltata II"
t.:
The Florida State Want Survey 'In.trum.nt mm AAA I Waterfront
Racing old 11 Acre
:. t ttory CBS S peat *
Commission, I In considering y <+ DURIHG/ YOUR ;-..., .mplovm.n'and Chain mm an for Marco lang 'term SABLE SHORES APTS. homo' and bedroom apl rental Subd,vltion' SIll,
Island 1.11 2 UU Nice lawn and hadia Ito til ft. Prim. Business Trait
dates at Its meeting Friday 8JRTHMONTHPUBLIC / .f Call Mr H..III. .t 1.41 P sons Frontage"
or M'' t 1114, s/1SI.1, 1t.1I1' Rood sod A.co Av.I Una Royal Palm tries Only
No tree plane trip -- No cold
said "long-Minding prec94"'nt"was I MOO down !
At* *tnt M,n.(.r warrtinj BEDHOOM UNFUHNISHED" Contact: lunches Just fop Values -
sufficient basis for Us ac. Opportunity for idvunc.mint APT GREEN ACRES Mlt Dewey Polly (.. ma lode
tion. NOTICE! '"n.. benefits, Apply *t ImS.rvic mo 6/n,ifElficinci BranchNaplM If.lty. a. H. LUl'l'
trial Station N. Trul Park Rag R C. Brokar
., Diy, WN. or
All frontons operated 113 dabs REQUEST fOR BIOS 1/12 St.Retirad. Month. ';IRIS MOTEL). Mll 17440 or 17144 v.nlnt. 421 tIN St No

last year, and' have! operated < .' Th. CommiMiontrt, of th. North or t.ml'.rtird mnwntd 0t.or Ml ttlH WE'RE LOADED 7/15,45 Neploe

mere than 100 in other years N.pl.i Fir Control District will I orreta.1 pmt, slurs With hout.* 'In .1'l .. small... mad
r.calua.oparatas.a l lad bids on salts, Full or port tim work lum and largo. Wo aro boundto Quick steal 2 Secret. |6> our
Volusla Jal-Alai at Daytona ro Wtdna.day S.pl.mbtr lad >t S 00 E>.p>nnc* n......'''. Sondras. EBB TIDE APTS.: hava your tlio In stash 10 Oore. Collier County Real Et I

Beach had asked for 140 days PM.South t ,,,. North Nipli R, fir.* houl. um to CoIls County N.w. W..My Monthly' Season gi vsuott p b.for vju buy tall. Ml 'nit. Open Sbndayt
on Strnt Pin dttl I7J7
Bm ASS S/ll trW.tor
and Co. .." furnished fici.ncl.t, AsS for Jack Rothfutt, Sales 1/1.wolf
Candy Operating at 1 On. (1)) lntrn.nonl, chi*
.1.! Modal C 1300 with, HI Inch S Sowar Plant apiIrfor 4 bedroom apt. Mgr
Tampa wanted 140 for next < ) wh..1 l b..*. TC.I.1. plant' 'In the Naples Ar**: hilly Rd E:. Naptss7a.tf SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
The other four asked forMS land and Salary to.uu'dS COLEMAN 10YO. REALTORSn ACREAGE
year. : resume
Fir
: el truck unit lo b* built
Tenth II. Ho MI S UU NOW I tract located
Plot ear
: on ch*.i.t rfrrtf to .bov.. with, to Sea II?. N.pl.
Including charity and schol. 114 B' /jLttNnyol lull one mil from U B 41.
.
100 iillon link and .cddltion, *qu p Id. APT, FOR RENTAir
; Palm' Or, ImmacutataCOS Drive on to this' property withyour "
arslilp programs.A mint 'In fiettiom, .
it prtcrltad 'p Conditioned furnished iffici.ncy it
: : hams Now wall t. wall own car and compare ,
court ruling some years ago I copiai of which may b obtmd MANAGER TRAINEE Apt' roar botch ind albert IIS
Only
from Louise, 5.chss. .ocutiva Soc.ratary. upot. S bo'''. don snd C slit." 0 giIttslan V
said a fronton should not ex. Post Elc.lI.nl Opportunity, pier IMOO pr month, Mid, it* '" oitrat MAR down full price |7 3. For
Oftica Boo 1061. Napies.
Young mu high' school .'.du. won 'U"? ?/atf LOWE "l'n.l.. 411 tth Ava: further 'Information contact

ceed 100 days for summer and 'ir'i'Y .. Florida.Tb. Pira Commistionarrasarvalb. .t* .(. limit, 21 yr to lfi I/O 110 1100Furn South. MI t bOll l 7/lw, ,tfPHIVA1E D. T. Jonet Enterprltet' Inc
.
yrt Plnnd m.nogumsnttraining 11)40. P Box 1)1
winter Midway
operation Effieinci.i .
rght la rict, any or all I bid."fth program. Modarn am I bdrm apt SALIu
Since the original pail niu. or without" cut nd/or toaccopt ployaa bnftt. Apply I In pr TV Air CondJ. Mi 4th NO BROKERS
th* bd that m lit |ud.m.nt Q AC. Fm.nc Av*. So. All 34511- Owner mutt tall three badroom
Corp 211th
mel act was passed in 1931 . ton *
..,II b. In tho bash Int..t d' U.s St So' Nplt, FI 1.. for HntNw I bald homo in THE MOORINGS 61-Income Property
there no legislative District. duplM I tor t baths
appears tot. w, t. tfwy apt Canlral boat and air
sanction for dog racing meetsor \; L SiSntd' : Firs Csmmssionars each nor bucrt 4 IId..1 conditioning, carpeting, throughout INCUMh: 1'KUILKIY;
EDWARD .5, I4ALLICY. for to.chtfs Will furnish I bedrooms Com .
fronton operation periods in Crowd, Motor rad.r aperatot' only so.patience : ,if d..or.d Call M's. Hollm.n, aacapt Why buy und.v.lop.d prop.rly\ ,
disposal
GEORQE: GEISLER d essd opply. Mid. Mld..y I 5140.. ails 101 plat' kitc'ian: Including Have I houses on 4 lot*. City,
excess of 90 days in any 12. Stc.y.Trt.. t KJ. ./. 01 and dithwathar, Mica, tcraanadporch safer ft TV ubi.. AM fur

month period or during the ? ) JOHN SNUFF. ndow cl>*nr "* prlnc paved driveway toddad mthed ft rented Never again
season' Firs ChfAus pr.f.rr.d .:1..Ex Win 49-Houses For Rent lawn Phono Ml 14104 atlar will you get a bands like thitl i
course of any 'racing .. .. 1 PM 5/0551 MuM b cash ....I. Domttia Itroubl
.. IS. 13 30. I9M #2)1 dow .n'r. srvic Inc Call' I *
for dogs or the operation i of I B2C.r. l fi, S/U fs *. H W Watkins. Clot I
I Bdrm, f Bath Swimming Pmlnd St Naples. Ml '.'001. I
frontons," the ruling said. NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS FOR RENTALSHousEs Pool'. Nice: ; Shrubt, on 100 Gull '"?, n tf62BusIness I

The commission Friday told THE: VACATING' OF A PART OF 18-Investments Front Whita" Sand Baach _
A PLA1 )wn.r anniout, to Sail

frontons to revise their sched. r"': ., TO WHOM 'IT MAV CONCERN Good "rat Mortga5 ISSOO 00S APART 50 thiS C Sdrm. C Seth Stick Prop.rty"Troll

ules of dates downward to 100, You will, pl*asa lost notic* Shot. 6% '.I..t. Call M'' t 60J4 : ;' :.
the Oo.rd of County Commit*,on .......n'.. I'URHItHIO. UNI'UIINIIHIO Wells' '
otIs? S m on
not including charity and schol. P or h. Oil School frant>g. 110 a front foot
If art of Collir County Florid, upon SEASON
5/7. 61. __ _ _ _ _ YEAR B lwn. Naples end Marco I I.
canceled th* Oration Of Isa Glm", will .1 .
arshlp days. It also I Bdrm I Bath '1.. Rm, Carport find Turnoff. Open Sunday
100/ AM. on tIt. lot d., 01 5 0' Wntd prton mn of womndnirout .
J W. DYCHES REALTOR S.i
utility Rm slew *wnmgt Collier
matinee at Miami County Ro.ltyJjJj
programs f: ,.mb. 196. .t tha County Court. of cllnt return on In B.iutlful' Sorr.nlo Oat.fans. .
and Danla Cl'ontons. Sousa In Lust Naplag. 'Iorod. can th.,r inw*.tmnt lnv..1mnt I* Ownr Tr.n.l.r.d, E>.
\ sidor, .nd dat.rmina wh.thar or not will mn.|.d. profiKbl Chain' Guest hout for r.nl I II.... c.ll.nt Condition, Butmt Property
The commission agreed on the Count vacota a porlios ofNpI.s of Franchised Automobile I A an ,room eamplgtdy, furnithcd call Commrcil Troll' Frontig

distribution of $930,000 from the ; Yulr'I T orr.co .isbdvsiOit. cut. locitid in North Cars, no Ml I i &66) SSHYt H..., ,.'".m.n' Ham on Mich 169 a SI)' deep at a vary peas.
., , Oad plot boon racordtd in Plat sod Fiord' Lg Three lChrys.br ijin Construction, on.bl.' PrIce Or owner will
odd cents "breakaee" which Book I. p.i. 47." Public Rcord of l Corp Ford. and O.n.r.liboooo i I Tha o lvo.on":untold of INw consider Trading for *crg*.
was boosted from five to ten Collar County Florid. and d* Molo) Minimum, ''nvII'm.nt w* h.v. anolhtr t B.d Horn* built on thi* Street I GpanSunda'e.
(NEA Telephoto/ scribad .> faflowinclut writ RO 1/1 AIO, room hnuta f otto,I ,urnll", .'. Bdrtm I Bath, Scrn Porch CARIBBEAN REALTY
cents last season. This ittotie'goes All Lots ,in Slacks I through IS Coll, *r County Nwt S/lt M CIty Water, TV Cibli' till Carport. utility. Air conditionerOp.n , 1790 N Trail Ml 11191
to boost pulses for horse. IIITU: :MIUXIIOT; Ms! Icnoro Lomanski: flat innal .v*. b*,n* subdivision, of Pin.i.nd, H W W.tkini Ml Its S. If65Gen.

women* !Pinallbote champion. takv time out lf'ttt('en Loll 71. 71 79 N.pl.. 'Improve 21-loit & Found I 400)! _._ - __.!!!...I'I n"RaL
men want Comptnyi L'til. Firmtrtcordd <. CARIBBEAN T Estate
security matches during the 1964 championship rifle matches at Booh ? N. -rr.l Real [
chief
in >
Frank Kappel MIIS.M.
t bath
a:1:: f.P.l 1.055 i.n 7'or.koo I. 1.lk.or. Altroctlvi t Sadroom Es;
Public R If
officer for the commission, was Camp Perry. Ohio. to pose for a picture ty Fiord of Coll in tut Nuplos" .... 'Solo.pltonafsfl Noor 1..11 runllh.d. 1.41 I 1055ss '

named to sue. P arsOsrsntar.t td In '' It I 3 0900. 1114 21. Th,.. biaroom hom. Clot* tothoppini Owner mutt tall 10 unit Nasal
supervisor 000peOt.
racing 4 b.droom * plu* apar
bo hoard .t 55. tm..n pious ..lii,iaspa I lbdrn furnnhml or unfurflithcd church*. tchool
ceed Knox Eld i edge who re. Swr. air CondItIoned. tcr.ind S 41 Collier County Realty
., ,
fid 73-Miu. For S.leBr houta w"th cirpori. on
toosl., back yard Cyc'on.' hoc.enclosed. 1a.L.L1'
signed effective today 1"l BOARD OF pri n.taestale Clll Andirion,
: COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Ml 29011 I / If.othir Paymants only 11100r. GOT A NOSE
., Mo. InGludIvg, bees and
I $fAL. .klllt l.bU form'' a 0.1.
1 DEWEY POLLY 0", S ..,I ,phuisleradhark, wilt, sh.rO mv howl with" so. ?
U.'r' root II' W"" take IJ\ dIN lidy For p.'llcul. Colt John H Wood 4 Atuvli'aiJO FOR VALUES

Soldier Lost As5 II. 1'64 .?<. .15 Orchid, Once MI i S21. M CellO / SIN Av*. S. Ml 11)5 S/7jjJf W.tirfron' Apt Haiti Lot Inctv

will iccommodil ID Apt
On Army Post. Outt Houl. for one, utilities, .,rooktid Hem $10000 dn 1100 00 .pr month
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c ty wlr J50 00 prm New I Badroom t bath hams no. 'lnlrt for thru yrt

In Red TapeFT. REAL ESTATE SALESOPPORTUNITY I *n'I'1' ISC/_, _ItfU on .oow.d lot Many 'utratinclud Air Conditioned
drapel
rg Pho7. Mj:
Attractive bath, .. lmmd, l Potlon 1 b...
Who Can Dolt? II'u o..m.M'' *
POLK, La. ( \P' The N.ir i /9ltHout Summer bargain, Three bedroom ,room 1 bth. I block to boil

Army lost Ham A. Lee' Jr.,. (III UNITED FARM AGENCY III _.._ Mute on Palm Circle' Lunching tome Nr tchoolDr.p.t .
: Hli
tha nation's coding test Custom feature* 'Include' ..p.,' ft Cirpet j p.r
this sprawling milltai p&'8t III attat talt organitatian, For Root ale dining room. built in fraetorand mo About |2500 Dn only

West Louisiana. ((... unuiuol I 8.d room furn'thd, N.pl.t tofu garelor. hi" w,th III 190
on
oppartunify Pets Phpn Ml I 2 M40 1/14 3t tpetkert in living room endKrch Move In Next Month
Because they i'ouldn Mm) to a qualified" man ar ttte plumbing In two tile

him, he was listed as AWOL. husband and wifa tam to These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. Guest Hout for on.. utilitil and plenty 0' ClOtat andItorege lrg Pin Studd.d Lot. t bid.
furnished ety Wllir HO 00 p.rmo ? thea a/il II 'room. Large Ft*. room, Maho
His father Harry A. Lee 51'., ...v. a* branch managari.rquatt Ml MlOft 1/4 11 any Paneled Only 19900IS900

of Alexandria La. They EQUIPPEDEXPBIENCED? and READY .. low down paymentSix .
He found his son a block front YOUR FUTURE and ore to serve you I Sadroom. aofsrn'shtd, hau.
UNITED FARM AGENCY, 'or rent MI C 10'14 7/St StSadroorn Unit Furnished Apts.

the headquarters building which and tiara ,h. full d.loili - ----- BEST BUY in Rock Harbor Owner went offer en thit
had Issued the AWOL notue this I Fury VonburtnIa50lS Corner lot, 7 II9' N,ce neighborhood Downtown located
about : Strategically
opportunity ANSWERING SERVICE ROOFING SEAWALLS / 11000 per 1.11I .: City water availabl*: .
the propertyBuiinets
It seems In transferring through a p.rionol dncuttion I 10'0 1/' :" I' UOOO caih

younger Lee from basic training with i our district: Cant ectIAssocIates; or Motel Site

to his advance training unit his .0 I.. monagar writ* tai ... woofs a.uss'sC R.nt.I. : JOT 1W Ju.t South of Folds
,.'... ".
... 00500r.r5sarSosisa SCi7C WHITE Ssautt.s SEA WALLS l" M lucill Ottt Virg Marcum Clorda an U' 41 1190 down
2 m I lih Apt p.r
first name was changed to Lar. UNITED FA"M AGENCY .11 aft'.. 045 5 ana Fr :.: Bok Jaeger .... on monthly tarm tt no

ry by a typographical error. Richard W Goddord Di*. Cult....50)05."S rtues.oist o.ro.ia t.mitlt Ml 2 SItS NAPLES CONCRETE: WOOD ROCK 2 .:,m I Seth Furn.thldHern ,",.,..1 for 1 year Buy for

trie! Sal* Manager, P 0 ROOF CLEANING & FAINT Foundation Piles 1100 pir rna DEWEY POLLY lnv.ttm.nl

-- -- - Bo. 1(6 Euttn. Florida INO- CO_ _tMljltP'O elll L.... Large Country LotS
32726INVESTMENT 1 Bdrm Furnih Horn. Cat
CALL THE NEWS FOR RADIATOR REPAIRSAce Docks-Mooring Whips port. utilityThik REALTY minute t* High School III
b4rn hnoo, OurS, per front foot easy terms.
I I Oat
... .
RUBBER STAMPS JAG I NAy''. .' dryJMktABBOTT "nl".h.d Open

SundyCARIBBEAN Corner of III Ave 3o, 4 TRADE SOLICITED
REALTY Tamieml Trait
Radiator Rtpsirt Radio Road I7M NT.."I Ml HIM Ml 41iWatarfronl BURTON BROTHERS
Oat Sash wld, S/I If51Wanted
repair1 nf n
; SOd> 1 4)5J t 4471
Stauno claan.0. Rag; Brakar with Imp.rlil. ,
lot Royal Her. Prop.rt'..
wok uo a .ltv.r"
To Rent bor Seawall and 40 boattlio P 0 Bo> lily
nags Dow's Shid" M' C lOSS
I/9SO low down Sail lorms Offic i 9IOS
3 Blocks To Beach itfolerintheWAtiULft RIP-RAP SEAtALLS T..o hastroorn MhusO.Is5nr1 on lot of Ihie typo Phone ut >t.rHW.n t nJ7
0' throe
today I* tee thi beautiful 'lot fin nItMotel
..... *
I'urn..".... ., 0 lIor
24-Unit Apartment Site and ROCK GROINS Woul' .'... I.,.. "" ..... 2.' 7110 Attociatet Contact; Spell $4000 will:

RUBBER STAMPS era..*.* (.,w.lll, 4kt ":/ _tit_4 lit! 1111 M ',?.,?. 0.. V, .,, MersansDEWEY kindle 10 units an U S 41 claw
$22,300 Terms 'ob .I..; to town Collier County' r .y,
"
piers .nj gr.int Sell E slot. Ml M** 7/2. thft
4-Trado or i
MARATHONDREDGING 66 Insurance
CALL TilE NEWS FOR YACHT BROKERAGE LLTimpi POLLY
THOMAS E. McBRIDE Realtor TRADE OR J
RUBBER!. 8TAMPCommercial co. Aril 70 ,large wooded Osoo Muiu, Easy Payne
C*' Tampa Soy
tots aorlooklnf' P100. A"It. Home
Owners.
532 Park St. So. MI 2-4844 PrintingTh.r. F....Sob Inboard'Mini louts_ Ml >Fran 179' If Dr**,*, Dragline Will t...* for pnpirl, i" ColI ,. ,I,.

.,,,..k Smith Chess Craft Sln .nt Dllr W.,kAlr *r or Lea Co o liIeV County Corner of lit Ave ... 4 JAEOER INSURANCE
Tops . Rl Estate Ml t nn _OpnSundlyt Tamieml Trail" 17* sot Ave North
..rt I" Ml.
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I VAIUULE 12,01 I COUPON 1


t l Bundty, August 1*. 1114 and


i' Try To Cite 3 I o SET


I "J For Contempt f In is
!
St. r.rfaf fw ell yeW 5;
[ t Augustine > ruiCNAM ..f ISM w MOn.I.IIII..I..nlllll". MMT ft mrtW cedlne. -

JACKSONVILLE (AP-Three MARKS TSSWIFTS mm VOID'S* o* AOTBM OSUAMCB or COUPON
St. Augustine resident have
I been called Into U.S. District
II<< Court Monday to answer com : ,
plaints that they violated In.junctions :
I ordering service to
Negroes !1, 1)
,J t without Interference.The '
operators of Palms Con.
tress Inn, William Chew and } .
,! Johnnie Chew; and Charles : 'Jr
Lance, Identified In an affidavit '
a* t member of the Ancient
t City Hunting Club, were or. :
1 dered to appear and how why .. ;on .ii
J they shouldn't be cited for con. .
tempt.A ...,
spokesman for the Southern
Christian LeadershipConference
a
r which has been directing Int. wuHusrn COUPON I I ;
Kratlon activities at St. Augus.
; tine, said Negroes were served WM'
C.. at the, restaurant but refused ,. 0\ alp' Y
:
PROTEN
rooms at Palms Congress Inn. PREMIUMGOVERHMEHT.INSPECTED .

.I was The being offense hailed for Into which court Lance was % =:c
not explained. .fIb3! __
I All members of the Ancient BEEF
City Hunting Club are prohibit. HEAVY WESTERN ,. -q
ed by court order from Interfer.
__
t 1
'. ing with civil rights act compll. ROUND .
ance by Negroes and business TOP be Man
BONELESS VOID OAVS A TH ISSUANCB OF COU OMVAlUAItlV
men.Attempts by Negroes to eat In
four restaurants brought threerefusals 51 COUPON

j Negroes Friday.who went to the
places reported one owner STEAKIb.Hermit's
claimed he wasnt In Interstate
:i-
SET
commerce and didn't have to e
i comply; one said the place was
I private and was being closed; ..,
1 one slammed the door and said
'
he would never serve them. ,

peel errN1 rtnert
g I/toe Mosm aunty tow alas

I High StirringUp I ... .VOID.39.OAVtt APTBIt. .*UANO. .OP COUPON-1 I
Oronge land Bor.B.Que

Mayors OnApportionment Wieners. ?: 100 TOC 00 FREETrXi IOOI

. :.

: Tatty Swift's Premium; Chunk J1I Green. . __ Stamps
eld."M.-i
I S>ll
Robert
MIAMI (AP-Mayor
King High of Miami has called VITALIS HAIR TONIC
for an emergency session of theU.S. Bologna >lb. king lice $1.49 plus tox
Conference of Mayors to I..irm .Ant.I*. 1M4Jfil

ward counter delaying congressional legislative moves appor.to. Swift'i Premium Sliced Pepperoni, Thurlnger' or 8000 UQ 000IOO

tionments.High told the conferencepresi. Party Salami '
tc: E
I ,dent, Mayor Raymond Tuckerof F TaA IOOI
St. Louis, In a telegram Fri-
Quick frozen SeoTrout
'day."If Green Stamps-
efforts In the Congress I .lll>.,l.WM4 Ierd Mil '
succeed the movement for fair Fillets. *
representation will be dead and lb. SKIP' TILE FLOOR CLIANER |
the people of the cities will con. qt. size $1.15
tinue to be deprived of their '=" a..I,..W.4 Aue a. ISM BC
God-given right to an effective
voice."In their state leglsla.turn. . down produce lane 49'I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOOr

But Charles Holley of A. Pe. ,SWEET THOMPSON SEEDLESSGRAPES E
tersburg, Republican nomineefor T.r.A IO :
governor, said he favors ,
Congress' delaying action. J" Green
"I favor and predicted this .
I I**M.. .-.
action by the Congress," Holley SKIP TILE
laid. "I do believe It will resultit stampJ
: amending the constitution." qf. size $
Senate President Wilson Car. ...1_ w.... A...

sway same of sentiment.Tallahassee expressedthe lb. 19C

Opposing the congressionalmove
Rep. Earl Falrcloth of 1!)
Miami Democratic nominee forattorney pkgs.:59 VOVVV ,. lIAm 5 0I
general called for the
public to "wake up to this dan. JI Green Stamps
*." I ..**,i n..M...******.. C>
t"/ TASTY NESTEA BONUS PACK (Instant Tea)

Council AgendaThe 2 ox.: size 89c
BREAKFAST CLUB A ut. It
agenda for City Coun. :; : 69' SO.QQ9i i[ OIOOO oS
tire 9 Wednes.
ajn. meeting
day will be as follows
O L E 0 | |
...
tlon.l...Call to order and Invoca. II.pk.l ,. $1 50mE. T'AmI50I

.Reading of minutes of pre. J" Green Stamps

vlous meetings. . I .4S Silt*MfW m4 pjfdxM ek
S.-ReporUt a. Attorney's report on 1950 1.lb. C ..-.... $1 GULF SPRAY BOMB
vacation of Fifth Avenue North Ctn. 1 0 reg. size 89c
west of First Street.b. searWr.. Au.. It. site

off-street. City parking.c. manager's. Report on OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Zoning Board of Appeals:
LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER WITH'URCHAU
Application No. 118 from Roy
Ingram for addition of second OF $3.00 OR MORE s 110 m-"Wt.AID"ISO
floor at 720-728 Fifth Avenue ,
South.d. J1I Green
.Sign Committee. ...
I --
4._N.w business.a. BAYE"R ASPIRIN
Set date for public hear. 100 ct. stampJ
Ing on 1964-65 budget.
b. Crossing agreement with Breakfast Club (limit 6 please) ct a..Ir.s, WM. A...
A.C.LT Railroad.
c. Setwall permits.d. Milk :tall
Evap. :
Public hearing 1:30 p.m., -
confirmation of final assessmentroll
,Sanitary Sewer District No. Apple Keg DeliciousApple '!SO ma.w.AID"; 150

3.e.Correspondence. 46 ox. .t J" Green Stamps

9.-Adjourn. Juice 3 six* I SWIFT'S.I*S u PREMIUM_PM mt t COOKED..+_.*

"PPIIt OR ITALIAN HOT HAM
F&P Flavor Perfect WholeKernelGolden 1
CRUISING 6 os.pkg. 69e
4.Irw IA aN1
'WONDERFUL Corn 12 ox. B OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
FREE FOLDERS LISTING can
ALL 3 f O'$ DAY CIUIU1
All,WINTER ft.SPRING
*.....4 MM *wU. Pcclflc. Mete.s..A. .
IWIMe...., I. -. Libby Canned ryCOCkfpll
_-t '_ a e D 303 STORE HOURS
(Uiouutt THE WORLD THAYE'I.I47CATA1ONIAAVI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . con
Mon. Thurs.
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THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDABy ? b V 4F

,: SECTION B Sunday, August II, 11(4
florida Library It Historic! Commitcion \I I1 -
civil: Wr Centennial Committee \' ,
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* * * * * * * * * * * ABOUT YOUR SINUSES

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August .14 Yesterday, Union General AsbotK left 1l aL ""I. mi.Mi\ Ii.>lli>\\ .put;
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Peniacola with a combined fore of 1,400 infantry, cavalry , \ 111 ih. h.II\\ mil mii
and artillery with the view of craning the Perdido at its I ', Jlaa III' 111 ;, .
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mouth and operating in the Peninsula between Mobile Bay " I. !' I .1' I
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and the Perdido capturing the Confederate camps in the I I I ,.: h"\I.1 10 100'?, u. ,
lluu and 'i I
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neck below Fish River and ascertaining if any Federal v "I i? Ihrt'"th1"/ Ii s sI Y
forces and in what strength have landed this aide of I' n" k. ,i r HUN set rid MI i
Fort Morgan. After marching twelve miles through marshy >-. ," 's ..j I mj\ 'IIM-I.IU' I I II
in of the frequent 1 I ,'I t i heinn\ ',5 I" ,
country "mostly overflowing consequence .
,
u i III i? iinumlM) art i
heavy rains Asboth reached the Confederate
camp ,
lui-\ q i site 1II'lI1hl.lII. Illm':i K
ing the neck between the Gulf and the .
grounds on narrow i sal" i S.r \\11 'u ,i |pet" 'ii I h l i ii
Perdido four miles from its mouth and encamped for the h, .i i i.1.1 or iiilliun tin' nu.tn
his three I 'n in.iv travel troin tlu 11. -i tS
night. At daybreak today pickets brought .
...
the
11'1.t ono or more ut -11111-1
deserters in who report that the Confederates have vacated ,\- .i it.ult., the sinus IIIIIHK' In
their cavalry camps as well at the Bonncouri Saltworks. ,'in.nitUtiietl 1 \ 111'1'\ ''< 'mix
Asboth also learned that ,000 Federals landed on the north talus .nul .. "'lIul'h' in Ih,
aide of Fort Morgan investing it beyond Mobile Point. -inn- i\ 'IIt \
BIG I BIRTHDAY I BANG A royal taluu in honor .( Quern E'.itibcth Lath III' II. lillfCtlon' ,'I tilt' nllii -
further
Under these neediest take
circumstances, it was to
birthday ft fired from the embankment at the beep of London In tht British capital. The 6}. i> the r.-ull ot loicmit iilltilsinutiriil
risk forcing his way through the "hardly passable marshy : ,I into thftll I1y i sblewbinwuig ,
gun tribute was tirtd by the Honorable Artillery Cernpany for thi Englnh" Queen Mother ..
country. \ ol the lion Muni; inlti.01111
-I' thin\ liiiivn follows the toil
100 Years AgoSheridan mi ,.\\.itor teal bacteria lilt? '
TWO leogo caurvatsaulo..PEOPLE .tlu > HUM. I I'V' lilMll\ ,:i Wlllll ,
August I f Union General Hatch reports from Jack. !... ui-.il intiMion i- irs situ. ,.r l 10\
sonville that a small force of his cavalry stationed at a 11.-,1! --\riin.' or 5pr4y iiii.n.i.l(
Magnolia "has been constantly engaged in scouting withinten .i. trt..itiiunt hII c" M!. 'I'II I
miles of that station, and have frequent skirmishes with Burns CropsIn pun ilut' ..,,'.'11I. in ,i "mini i.
E ii>iullilu.\ tii nxtflliiig situ
Dickison'i cavalry. Several horses and sets of equipment OFoatsf ilo-uri oi i uoutltl., and( ,iftcnlion .
have been captured by us. One man of the Fourth Massachusetts 01 1 mist ",, and p''' llu.u --
unfortunately killed by one of the '"i.In ion I IK i ailed acme mnumli ,
Cavalry was Shenandoah ValleyBY TIME I OUT Little Scott Owens It too sleepy to cart
infantry pickets. It ii confidently stated by the people A FIRIS? about a dog show ,In Kant** City auditorium Apparently
from the of Gainesville that a force of Federal 'i 11 its' it c nun) helpful ilrunnhi.li .. ,
vicinity tin, "liru H flfi'tiU' nlifilimn 0" guard I. a . t..i"d painter one of the show entries
troops are making raids from Cedar Keys. LON K. SAVAGE even on Unlonlympathl trl. The -inn- i I'r,)l'Uiit! ..
General Hatch informs General Foster that "all arrangements Ulysses S. Grant, ever sincehe war had entered Its final phase.. :Itllrn' \\lio 161. ptiiiinililiunln ,
had launched hit final
campaign a phase of total destruction and ,
uitli tin -Mm-- -huldcal.ult
are completed and this morning two partiesstart against Robert E. Lee, had unyielding bitterness. a |iln.iii.ui" to ilitiniii u' ["Read"the VtAd71
on t raid. Colonel Noble with three small regimentsof figured he must do something to Next week Lincoln reaches a sit i .1 i II''. .11I. ol corn HUM ilii !
infantry three pieces of artillery and twenty cavalry stop the flow of grain and other low ebb. ,, ....ft 'a UI *',, liti"M _
threatened the enemy at the little St. Mary's. The 7 Jin food from the beautiful Shenan.

Ohio burns the bridges over New River, and then marches doah Valley of Virginia to Lee's 't

South. The Massachusetts 4th Cavalry moving from Magnolia army around Richmond One NAPLES FURNITURE CO OFFERS ANOTHER
makes t junction with the 7Uh at Starke tonight. hundred years ago thlsweekthat"something"
When Colonel Noble has completed his part of the operations began.
he will retire upon Magnolia. The cavalry will Grant had planned the effort
the far as that lying immediately Southof weeks' earlier. In a letter to
sweep country
Washington, he had said
Lake and will into Palatka. I any army T' N
Orange come expect must push up through the valley
both commands to be in at the River on Friday. I will burning and destroying every

send the force to Palatka, covered by t gunboat the day thing that could be eaten by man

before the troops are expected there. If the enemy occupyit or beast "so that crows flying .
we can turn them from Magnolia. It is very unhealthy over It for the balance of the r
position and at the road from there to the Little St. Mary'i season will have to carry their .i
own provender with them "
is thoroughly destroyed, I see no importance in it as a
Then, when Confederate Gen.
military position. Jubal Early made his raid up
Colonel William H. Noble 17th Connecticut Infantry the valley and Invaded Marylandand pIci..E
marched at daybreak this morning with hit column com the District of Columbia In

posed of the )4th, JIth, and 102nd V. S. Colored troops, late July, Grant knew it ..asUme : !:I'
with men from the 7Jth Ohio and a detachment of the to act. He named 33year-old ,'
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Phil Sheridan, a major general,
3rd Rhode Island Artillery with three guns. Preparationshad to command 36,000 men, formed :
already been made to fire all the buildings at Baldwin into a new Army of the Shenan. I"I
and orden were left to apply the torch at II o'clock. doah, and gave him orders to .I\

The Federal' marched on i line west of the Cedar Key carry out the unhappy task. I'fI''

and Gulf Railroad crossing about three miles from
Baldwin. SHERIDAN SETS OUT
On August 10, Sheridan's long
, Captain. Nickerson. U.iS. James S. Cktmktrt, dttd..;' .' wagon trains,. Infantry and' 's. . 1 J
''1 at is today of the fever"aV hit vessel r... proceeding 'cavalry' Mt out from Harpers II "

north from Florida to Philadelphia. Yesterday t seaman Ferry, heading southwestward Naples Furniture. GooA tMtt COQ J.tiD li t
also died from the fever Shortly after noon today, Acting through the lovely rolling farms . ,
that stretched from one blue
Assistant Surgeon Williams "was seized with nervous debility
ridge to another alongside the
and insanity brought on by overexertion anxiety, looping Shenandoah River .i
and attention to the tick for many days previous." He hardly had set out when

he ran up against Early's army,
that had remained In the valley 4 PC. Italian Bedroomin ,1
Contemporary ,
August U The U.S.S. lloneymcklt returned to Key following Its raid northward.
West this evening from Indian River Inlet. With the Fighting broke out, but It was
Chambers proceeding to Philadelphia, the Indian River is not heavy Early expected re.
without blockading vessel. The bark James L. Davis will Inforcements, and he fell back beautiful new Florentine Pecan "CLVMlASrOUNMNCir : w

be ordered to that station as quickly as possible. slowly while waiting for his new
men. Sheridan pushed on to 6-drswtr .., t 14
LOW Httttfl! DOUBLE DRESSER ;
General Foster in communication General Hatch
a to Winchester, then almost toStras. *s t S
at Jacksonville, says that he supports his idea of breaking burg. It was all very cautious. fumed 27" x 42" MIRROR

up the supply depot at Fernandma. "You are right about At Strasburg Early got his distinctive cutout PANEL BED /s '
the supplies at Fort Clinch and St. Augustine. Very few re-enforcements, Sheridan heard .95 4 drawer CHEST if/ll .
supplies should be kept at Fernandina or Jacksonville: and about them and not wishing to f
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at other points only sufficient for the troops temporarily battle until he knew his army 't
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at those points. No permanent post must be established. better began retreating bark \,
the And the pillage !t
down valley.
The occupation of the country must be made by movable began ;
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columns never stationary for more than week or two
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at a time. The reverse policy will surely insure in one post CHAPLAIN'S REPORTThe
after another being surprised and captured by the enemy. Rev. Frederick Denison, ; I t 1 1t

The posts at Yellow Bluff and Picolata are, of course regarded chaplain of a Rhode Island cavalry -t J.
as necessary and have to be garrisoned by a small regiment, recalled the : t
force, but the least possible amount of supplies should be vent In later years "The 17th _
of August", he wrote, "will be --------
those -
kept
even at places.
remembered as sending up to
In a report to U. S. Secretary of the Navy Gideon the skies the first great col. 4"n u et 4:
Welles, Captain Greene reports on the depleted conditionof mans of smoke and flame from a
the East Gulf Blockading Squadron due to the many doomed secession barnlstacks. b ;,
cases of yellow fever aboard the vessels. Since May 12, cribs and mills, and the driving ,
IK4 the vessels the efficient Into loyal lines of flocks and 55 !
following seven most of r
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herds. .
the squadron, have sailed for northern ports with yellow 4,
As the valley people watched,
fever cases aboard: DtSoto Tags, Tthomt, Hntsville, the Federals spread out from
Merrimte; BeturrgtrJ and James S. Cbttnben. The StitJtcMo ridge to ridge and swept down 5'S '

it alto absent since it was used to carry Rear the valley burning food, barns, ,, ._ '-L I
Admiral Bailey to New York. Three vessels, Ink, Merri flour mills, hay and wheat, .w a.a M m s. i (acv
mac and Mifnoln, have joined the squadron giving it a herding cattle, sheep and hogs .. 1s t.
disposable force of nineteen vessels, the other four beingon northward beyond the reach of .; ,\

ordnance guard hospital and harbor duty at Key Lee's army. (
The destruction was visited on
West. These nineteen vessels include\ two iron English all alike;on ardent secessionists, HIGH STYLED. . LOW PRICED GROUPING I

built prize steamers three American river steamers, two on Mennonites who inhabited the II h hA
steam ferry boats, five sailing barks, four screw steamers, valley and refused to take partIn I

.. two tugs, and one gunboat the S that the prize steamers are unfit to cruise since they carry bedroom suite )'QU'III1t'\'el' forget . classic Italian lu-ilioom out' (. tl",1" i tiil' ik 4'tiic&a i
only five to eight days' coal and cannot be utilized for your home a new mood of elegance. From top I to bottom, Inlltlt l l .nul out, >uu'll ''s4. yya .
blockade purposes except at ports where coal can be landed note the outstanding features and expensive detailing in each Ifll''''. The special
without risk of capture. Of the river steamers, one it constantly pecan finish is noteworthy too. tastefully complemented with buinished brass draw. .

engaged in supplying the squadron; another it a er pulls, accented brass I lew. The construction will glee years of nnvice . drawers '
small vessel purchased and fitted in Key West for the are center-guided and do\etalled for added strength Handsome mirror for head-

station at the mouth of the Suwannee River) and the third, to-toe leflection. Highly recommended for young moderns on a budget ; practical 4
the Mtfiiolu, it t fast boat and capable of doing good modestly priced and most certainly the best buy to come along in vears. See, buy "

service in fine weather. The ferry boats and gunboat are it . .
presently on the lookout for the Confederate iron-clad at w

Apalachicola, as reported a few days ago. One of these
however, together with the Stgtmort, "it very much out

of repair, having been a long time on the station and must also available in matching pieces: ,
West the health of this will
come to Key as soon at place MI 23040y
allow, for repairs. Four of the barks are on blockade,

the fifth the Roebuck, "it unable to take care of herself LIY( a; \g; I RACK' ............. ........ .. .. .,... .22.50 '
from the condition of her masts and rigging, and it used
as a store ship at Tampa." Two of the screw steamers are a wvr\nnr ;5 Drawer CHEST( : .................. .............. ... 52.00 :.

required on the blockade and the other two are cruisingfor 1 Bookcase BED .. . ............ .................... ... 27.00
blockade runners although one of the latter probablywill
be tent to St. Marks shortly to try to intercept the e. Furniture Co. TRIPLE[ DRESSER ,.........5?......... .......... 80.00 f

Confederate gunboat the Spray, which it "preparing, according D .E: S K .. . .. ... ... ... .....",...,.?..,................. 56.00
'' to report "to break the blockade. Greene says "
I that he hat only three steamers "to look out for the Ba.

t hama banks and the Havana and Texai and Havana and INDIAN QUEEN ,)::5fr
Mobile tend should the florij take her STORE HOURS ... CLOSED
, traffic, or to out Sh"1 MicHe'e' Ann Poetweodt :
itation in view of Sand Key light and destroy the paring !')10..1A'.p.ho., whe was COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 8:30: I.m. until 6 p.m. SATURDAY
J transport ships. We have not a gunboat {in Key West and calico M," ,In1'*" Am.rte. XI. {ION
THE TRAIL AT TRAIL TERRACE Open Fridf until 9 AFTERNOONS
the Dale all the of pjn.
a few howitizert en are guarantee Si,'. a U"lnt i ef WjremmgufHtt
safety for the large amount of property here." and .1".t i.. Riverlen. r l
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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sundijr, Auguit 16. 1981

6 U-Under the above clnum.tanres Will Goldwater Coattails Pull in Dixie GOP?

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will the VA pay any
It medical or dental expenses for 106 Southern Congressionalseats
TOM: NOLAN
m\ daughter and me? If I chould By thus far 14 more thanin
become pregnant, will the VA Newspaper Enterprise:: Assn.IV'ASIIINtiTOX , 1962. Several of these are
pay the maternity costa? bets to
rated good unseat incumbent
v A-The VA will not pay any : ): (iXKAl: ) Tit "Soli.l Soulh"n Democrats.A
.; 1 medical or dental expenses for plii-iisf which caner I Ml' 1I"IIII"'il'llll"| lirlidcHoly liilii l- ,
VETERANS*CORNER your daughter nor you, nor will >/K Ihcir lips i is nmH Minnie/ slouiiii/ in I IIOI1' :NuiionulHiMiilipiiirtiTN. .r bf veteran Democrat Texas Representative
It pay any maternity cost*. I < a noted:
Here are authoritative. an- Q..Does a veteran who served With Goldwater heading the
ItcpiililictiiiH" jul>ilmllpmlicl Hint UK- II Dixie l
awes by the Veterans Admin between Septemher 16, 1940, and fpR" Republican ticket, four of us
t Ie Alabama.. Arkanm.
tstratlon to questions from former December 31, 1956, earn any H t a in the House are in real
servicemen and theli am. gratuitous Social Security wage Florida. Georgia, Louisiana. swell of pro-Goldwater sentiment. trouble Joe Pool (Congress
MISSissippi !North and South
.
r UlestQI credits? '
Carolina Tennessee. Texas man at large. Lindley Beck-
am a widow with an In. A .Yea. These gratuitous : ,lilt! Virginia-will desrt ih" are das a worth (13rd Dist.l), J. J. pickle
I fant child Soon I will marry a dlts amount to $160 for ea h Democratic I banner ihKNovombar Southern GOP organization( dOth Dist.t) and Bob Casey
jl disabled veteran who receives month of duty, but are not list. for could caucus In a telephone (22nd DisU"Alabamans)
4 : maximum pension. How much ed on the Social Security earn. booth and. when It existed
Rarr Gold.
I will his pension Increase with toga record until benefits arc water'> chiefly to dispense Federal of both parties
two dependents? applied for. believe James Martin, who
t. A-Assumlng the veteran Is CM am going to move In i I A Southern totes."VVe'ie patronage, ( won by Northern nearly defeated Sen. Lister
single now, the maximum pen. few weeks Do I write to Chi< .\. DemocraticCongress Hill In 1982. may well becomethe
J .Ion would be $8r i pet month go where my checks come from got the money the first GOP congressman
t if his Income was below aDO to change my address? man agreeJ- marbles" and the chalk this F from their state since Reconstruction
r. per vear. A veterar wit) two, A-Deflnltely not. You must w "I'd be surprised year remarked one Southern 1r -provided Alabama
f.I dependents with it come below write to the VA Regional Office If Gold. GOP chairman parodyingthe must
run at
I' $1,000 per year would be entity where your claims file Is loca. water didn'tcarry old tune. "And we've led to $95 per month. ted and It will make prompt every a candidate who knows howto
y( ,change In your address. Also, SouthernTom use thejn.: Virginia and North Carolina
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notify your post office of your Nolan state, he said., Key reason for the Republ.- Republicans confidently pre.
C address change. "with the possible can upswing in Dixie is the diet they'll gain two \House

Cw Q-My discharge was burnedIn exception" of Georgiaand explosive civil rights issue f seats in each state Tennessee
Arkansas Although Goldwater he GOP leaders feel that
a home flre. Can the VA says '
,,] N I furnish me a duplicate? In the days following Gold. hopes civil rights will not bean a Robert James will down
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p1 ; A-You should: write to the water's nomination and the issue this fall. Southerner Clifford Davis Democrat, in
Tp *. atl jouAltt Defense Personnel Records: Cen. withdrawal of Alabama Gov privately agree that the ('ORET TilE COW PALACE:: One Democratic fear: CMI rights pickets against the GOP. the 9th District.
It I ter, 9700 Page Boulevard, St. George; Wallace as a third Senators vote again the "You can throw your political
1934 Civil
Louis, Mo Be sure to give your "andidate-termed by one Re fact that Rights it would Act cinchedthe be. Republican candidates on Republican Robert Gavin Is three seats in the \House of rules of thumb out the
full rank and serial publican Congressman
name, num. privately
"the They feel I that Negro dem stale, county and local let els rated an even bet by many Representatives from the window this November says
her. If the serial number Is as greatest thing
I onstrations and in the South. observers to deleat Dan South now expects the GOPto a Virginia Republican. "The
not known dates of that could happen to Gold. picketing
give
your Republicans Hill the
water"-GO1' Southern throughout the summer will Republicans are talking Moore for the !North Carolina double its present It-man carry
entry Into and discharge from
South and, paradoxically, that
the service. traders report a ground help keep the racial pot confidently of electing a sec governorship. And Arkansas Dixie representation there.
ICHVICC boiling. ond GOP Senator from Texas Republicans are hopeful that The 11 Itt'publicans-Ihret' former Texas conservathe
Said one moderate Democrat ithe first was John Toweri) Winthrop Rockefeller. brotherof from Tennessee two each (President Johnson) will run
of the picketing by the George Bush son of the the !New York governor from Florida, North Carolina, strong In the liberal North.
Congress of Racial Equality former Connecticut senator. can unseat Gov. Orval Faubus. Texas and Virginia-are east.
OWNER TRANSFERRED MUST SELL! outside the Cow Palace dur Prescott Bush. Bush is run A Democrat noting that the rated safe bets to retain "The television networksare
ing the GOP Convention In ning against incumbent Ralph civil rights issue Is of heavy their seats by observers from going to have to turn
PRICED BELOW REPLACEMENT COSTS San Francisco: Yarborough. most liberal importance in Arkansas, disagreed both parties.: their computers upside down
member of the Senate Dixie : The Republicans have nominated because everything's topsy
"Every time the television delegation. "How can anyone-much 75 candidates for the turvy this year."

cameras flashed to those Tennessee Republicans are less a guy named Rockefeller ItWA", A........',.. .'."''' ..'' ".',".,. ,", '.">..,.."""' ....:... ............................._., i
I d CORE demonstrators" It costus quietly pushing the candidacyof -hope to out-seg Faubus?" .ijii; >'!;;,.'::I ?" "{ of<' '<" '1<, """' ''' w:'';"

10,000 votes. Dan Kuykendall. former This comment Indicates where
I L Win or lose In November, Air Force pilot from Memphis this observer felt the focus of I
Money Money
Goldwater at the head of the against Incumbent Sen. attention would be-civil f'
GOP; .ticket will help many Albert Gore. rights.

.... Democratic leaders pub
;#! .1; licly question GOP progress Money
In the 11 states of the oU
Confederacy: but privately 1
." "i'... ..; they agree that the GOP has ' 1I I
,<' already made fair Inroads '
> Into GET YOUR LOW COST !
the once solid Democratic
r' bastions. Three states- HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN
>,x1LU \ Florida, Tennessee and 41
Virginia-have gone Republican It

This appealing home located on Harbor lane must be sold at a sacrifice the last three Presidential

price due to owner being moved to another city. Two bedrooms, 1 bath, elections.In the. 1 last two years FIRST NATIONAL BANK

\ with large family size kitchen Completely equipped Including automatic Republicans have elected two

dishwasher. Only $10,850 with $1250 down payment and $83.00 per mo. state legislators In Mississippi, of
r b South Carolina and Texas; a { Naples

WESLEY G.DOWNING. mayor in Mobile: two city
councilmen in Atlanta and
llWHO'S the entire St. Petersburg del..? Q "Yn, frii)1y l pralreuire BuA
Realtors egation to the Florida legisla '

ture.One ::: MEMHKK.: : HVdrrnl. 1 Drpimit Inruranrr CorporationKrdraitl I
Ine Wesley Downing Earl L. Frye ACTING'r-Jaclt Republican leader who
real life love
Cassidy plays a before Goldwater'i .Krwrvf System\
nomina-j
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS scene with his wife Jones
Shirley who came to,town to tion privately said that hiS 'I
'Ml 2-2179' '7CJI Ith 'Art So. AtroM from Flnit National Desk spend some time between pictures. Cassidy won approvalfor party would be lucky to gain |
his role In the Newt l.:
York musical "She Loves Me _ _ .



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Sender August II. MM COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 38
9 Brunch Can Be Great in SummerBy

are dot\(' through I" i| Sit War In' Vlfe't Can
sal CECILV BROWNSTONE nute.
an Anociottd Prei Food Editor Beat rggs enough to blend He Won, Pilot
volki and whiles, add milk, salt
Ire r SLCH GOOD dhr- i ?" "
and bent to blend Tells ReporterMOUNT
I fn. I I'r summer bruruhr w pepper pour
Choose first 1 fr'r It"I s,' isonS over so ked poistoei in nkillal. PLEASANT, Tex.
hmt.One iflrnng i "I'u'' I'al '' look 1I1".ly.| stirring occasional (AP-A Texa pilot! killed thla
revd t our house for that rn \ ., ,' l\ until, rggi are set week when hfs helicopter was
! : weekend meal is a tit"i vi, ', i Sprinkle reserved baton over shot down In Viet Nam told his
he Compote In putting ,,11 I eigi and I potatoes. Serve at once hometown newspaper recently
usal nether, use fruit ,it I ntr.'-' ,h: with nip lot m. Mnkes 4 tn 6 The American boys (over
! .I'r l and flavor. Pca.hrc servings. there (Viet JUm) know that the
neiisrmes contrast mar, " war ran be won. They're just
as.de .trswhrniesand.wret i I f' MUSICAL WORKS AVAILABLE not sure how yet."
w.r
,ranges and pnal'l'l.1.1111\. I. l r 1 NbW YORK (AI') A library Killed when Lila craft was shot
ey herpes and seedlesv gt"i|1"And '-. of musical works i* now b.mg down 6jr ground fire Wednesday
melon balls .ee,,, n' 8' 111t' made! available lo amateur .thcaltuul was 1st U, Harold L. McNeil,
\ tr\ other fruit |n\tc.Kl! ,.i maid groups by he l lrlm.llllh 30, of Mount Pleasant.
lea Play Strvice. The 2SyeaemlJagrnvv McNeil vent to Viet
ing sugar to the la.it i 1",11 11 Nam In
hoer \, .. tkumutii woiku. while
a mission
flying
For a main CL'UI0" ''il'\l'\ and ('4me
nean like to try. Brumh S"dl"'I A Kpokennmn! said the move home for 30 days before return.
made with eggs. pta'r. .11.' wan being mud because t>f grow trig It wad then be had the In.
Inv Ins intvrekl In muMcal among tervlew wiyj) hf Mount Peasant
r>ac >n In testing this reupe,, wr \
''naIse used our elector skillet sat that 1 communttythelpic gioupn. Times.. ', ', 'i., .

atna *e could serve ham ,it t I. ttr think\ I

">u'lllikr Ihn dinh heiause >'I".. mar FABRIC NEW$ :FOR BACK TO SCHOOLCa.hmere
made vttih real h'nt.t.J.n. .
: ... raw potatoesSomething r ''''II''I ,
rev -.4 t ...
,
-- - - -- innpis needed with _..
Mohair blends and double knit wools
,
he Brunch .
TITANIUM I ( Scramble ttc .1I.l..t
?6at I TECHNOLOGY Man II framed by .rOlplce Ikeleton whose Southern To.s'l For theS, 1SI
structural' parts art but 040 Incbtt thick' MttIngdale .aperts It Republic AVllton., Firm. thin!) shred enriched %St,' ul ,mliut
In N. V. prepare tanium far the frames by I Ipeclil metal fabrication' technqu., each dice in half PUiethehall i Durrords Cotton kmti. Mission Valley plaids Th.
In \ ever popular llatiks r.ihIon's newest S-T-R-ETCH
1..anrsrwnes- :. r ,-'- .... ....-I -nines on a Urge shirt ..I ww M denim, corduroy and homespun
within the hour, having great aluminum tail t ; spread "Ir'ou.1I
11he -=--- fun doing so. Carroll expects utth soft butter turn over slurs" 4 l \11R\ HRlSdl lfg poluloes and baton are from 98c yd.

I M tJJI. Mrs. Carroll to Join him Sat and spread the other idrs unli ..','ked together lo make a delicious scramble and ate
'ishe AR urday for the balance of his butter Juke\ in a HI.1"" tetvedwIthcrisp toast SPECIAL SALE
IN EWS stay (2<0 degrees) men until ir sp
heat BYDlAEOOWE".a ,, and lightly bnuned Jt our house :2! mp thinly sliced pared bacon until crisp; crumble and One group cottons greatly reduced Look them overAll .

' .......;. : .. . '. . -. '" .. At lean two ships of the '"e find the toasting lakes from p>aloes( reserve To the bl.olflit (about name brands
Ie'In Spanish Armada sunk near the 23 to 35 minutes. hut bread See our beautiful selection of Quilted bed spreads
and Salt
The news will be pretty'scarce Carroll experienced a good and pepper to Uie I 14 sup) left In the skillet add
' for a while because the run ol peckled trout coming Blanket Irish Islands coast, off One the carried southwest vena "lIry. so witch the Iinunli.BRl' ii eggs the potatoes, fry until well THE FABRIC MART
snook season is over. however I 13 iup milk browned on both sides. AC' salt
in like salmon the -
rapids
going up 50.000 gold and silver coins and \CII SCIUMRLF
there are a few still beIng Crisp toast and pepper Cook over low heal, 690 Fifth Ave. So. MI 2-3334
karti the largest: lie had ever 25 guns, of which only one gun 6 nines baton ,
caught. Labor Day weekend seen. Thursday he caught 18 has been recovered. In a 1 10-inch skillet, took the tightly (covered until pi.t.itoes\

, n is expected to be good with
y' many families enjoying the last

vacation before school starts. ,
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, The development of Marco Island >\ '. "'* ," 6 ' . .",",
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Is still progressing, and .. ..
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very fast. : "' ,
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We school kids have only a t'f; ; \

few more weeks to enjoy vaca-
tion. School will start Monday ,", "'<,1 ., > ,, .J ,
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j August 31, c, }; ..cvilJ ( :J Y ( t f ;.
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Mrs. Dottle Cooney, a long .
i '
time winter resident of Marco, .. ,., r '.i ;
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passed away July 28th. Mrs. ,, f , ; ; : I'ft I'ftY" :
,
i Cooney member of was"Port also Marco a charter" I 'Wt'f"- '. i' ' -, \(,.. .\ t-.., .: ,J, "t .\+:f4 . i .. ;:'f"

am sure that she will greatly ,: .P"' '
"'
missed by all of her friends : { Ii' .
HAVING: "A BALL" '" ,

Margaret Johnson, daughterof #
Mr. and Mrs. Roger John Ai S i
son, Is having "a ball" visit-
ing her sister and brother-

in-law, Kay and Tom Williams,
of Gainesville. She will return
home August 29th In lime for 1

school.Mr. .

and Mrs. John Burns,

I son Bud and his friend, Louie, ,.
from Hialeah, and their daughter r j z

and son-in-law, Mr. and t1
Mrs. Benefield from Opalaka,
spent the weekend here on
Marco fishing. They returned
home with a catch of three very
a a ld
nice snook. f

Mrs. Dwight Doxsee, son '" <
Dennis, and daughter Debbie, '
have left for a trip to Ver-
mont with Mrs. Doxsee's mother ----1-

Mrs. Leighton Monroeof ; 'Jr 1 t
Naples. They will be vlsl-

ling relatives there. .
Mr and Mrs. Jim Thompson j, Ewt r t ,Y Yw

from Everglades, were 1 .- < ,,;t7

guests of their son and daugh T Y
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Jackie Thompson, for dinner
Sunday evening. Followlngdlnner -

they attended service at ,
the Church of God here on . .....

Marco rl .
1 am to hear that J ,. .
very sorry of ,
; '
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our former school bus driver .; ; <,,% f, "
Mrs. Lee Rodman of Goodland,, ".'./.Ilnla''..-. ....-. v n 4M,. '.. ,. "' '''' ., L" ,. .,. .

and Mrs. Irlne Locker, were Tin pouer) of the press not withstanding, the best advertising is still word of mouth . Lon ',

weren't in a car accident. I hope they l>l'rson to person, from friend to friend. When a person tries a product and likes it, that :
.
seriously Injured and ---- -_Mt'----r .- ...., i{ I'
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that they return home soon. evaluation in passed on to everyone (that will listen. So it is with homes. \Vheu a neW 1101II0''' J I
Miss Bonnie Johnson attended -
the Assembly at Fort Myers Is bought the owners find out quickly whether tho builder has lived up to his promises and i ;h s mp r : #j W'

Tuesday evening,with the Rain- whether the home is livable comfortable! maintenance free and .hOI
bow girls from Naples. actually as properly designed .. : '

Revival services have begun.at . as the ads proclaimed. If it is, the new owners will take a great pride in showing the f" 1'. }\ ;. 't' ama .t I
the Church of God here with 1
the Reverend N.T.Nobles.pastor home to friends and raving about how nice it is. Became Rutinhrrg Homeowners have liked latgb

Moore of Haven.the Church The of serviceswill God, of their homes they have told many others and the result has been that more than 60 per cent '{ .m. " trine.r.ar .

be held nightly. No date of all llutenberg Homes are sold through recommendations of Happy Homeowners. No wou- 'r
has been set for the closingof : .
the services. Everyone Is der we say that "Our Best Salesmen Are Rutcnberg Homeowners". T' J l .,rr.Ta| *-r_.r

cordially Invited to attend them. arT-1- Ir M N
Mrs. Jean White has return- If you would like to see why Rutenberg Homeowners are happy, drive out and see the four ",',, I l ; : C ">/* I ever
ed to her home in Philadelphia -
.
Pa., and she plans to return beautifully furnished models, open every day of the week The Riviera, shown above, is .t'. wr rwr+ vita

to her Marco home next one of these new homes, four bedrooms, three baths, family room and double Range, the kW '. "'' a

,. 'fill.Ed "
Carroll from Baton perfect family home, priced at $17,990 on your lot. Also shown is the two bedroom, two baths ,
Rouge La., has been vacation -
ing at the Islander Motel. Car Laurel, for $11,990, and the three bedroom, two baths Carmel, priced at $14,990built on your ': ,;, i,

roll has been having extremely lot You can be happy in one of these fine Rutenberj Homes, too Why wait, drive out today, f', 'r, :O'.
,
good luck fishing while he <'y 1' }''f

has been here. He fished a ;? !ra
couple of times with Captain

Dick Addison,and caught snook, AIL FLOOR PLAN AND DFHlQNfl COPYRIGHT Imo
redflsh, yellowtails, and BY THE HUTKNVEHO: CONSTRUCTION (A., IMC.
specks. 6 i
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MOVING TO FLORIDA?

l 1M_ ,.t Katr*-Bonded I'mrs .
.. Modem Equipment. 1ampk 41
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Rates |.*t ... Nash
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('le elsnd ll'''.611 un.2'
K'i r MODEL HOMES I1
TODAY
Serving all\ aorthera point s f
and Florida ineludin Nsple:" : North from Naples on y ""' ?

Fort M),,.. Pants borda.
UJ5. Route 41. At 1220
Charlotte Harbor, <4ara>ola.
'- }}fit Mandarin Road s
see W rile for rate and eo.1eftimates Coquina
from any city Ie Sands Subdivision.

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-- Rumor
4B COI UER 01NTY; NEWS Sunday, August 1C, 1961 '!!J. $'f" "',
t <
>' Governor
1 May
6' .
"I've alwa'anled to i '
pro.
: I \Ipi"\ r S', :. duce, but I'U keep singing too" Drop Out Of Race

SPRINGFIELD Ill. AP _
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HOLLYWOOD (AP) Doris FBI
By JAMES BACON A routine Job security
Day
tells this one on herself.
HOLLYWOOD AP-6oon It check on Gov. Otto Kerner
( In
will be Eddie Fisher, movie She drove up a Beverly Hills ... connection with his appointmentto
.
maker. light street Seated and stopped at the "I at a l signal of the F I .r.\\ t e I the National Civil Defense
1 The singer has bought a $150, next car was Rock Hudson t Advisory Council brought a flur.
000 home high atop one of the "Behind me was an out-of ry of campaign Jitters In Illinois
Beverly Mill and will start pro. state car with tourists looking today. \
ductlon this fall on "The Gouffe for movie star homes I yelled, The most persistent rumor tic
,'j Case," with Natalie Wood as 'Rive them your best profile, denied by Kerner's press secretary .r:
c probable star. Rock/ and pointed to the out.of. Chris Vlahoplus was torvin
b I Eddie once planned Elisabeth state car that Kerner, the Democrats' \
I Taylor as the star. But events In "He did and, you know, the state-ticket leader, might drop out
I Rome dictated recasting tourists didn't give either of us out of his race for re-election, tutm
w
"A funny thing happened to a tumble They didn't recognize : : "The governor Is a candidatefor
me on the way to the forum," us They were much too busy re-election and he's going to
,I Eddie cays. looking at their maps of movie be reflected," Vlahoplus said COI,
. Fisher has recently started star homes" A leak about the FBI's checkin ml
managing his own career. One Washington was connectedwith ha:
of his first moves was to buy HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac. speculation about the like. do
movie rights for the Broadway) tress Karen Sharpe Is getting an llhood that Atty. Gen. Robert F, fthbe\
hit of a few season ago Paint education working with Jerr Kennedy will resign; to seek elec. .
Your Wagon," Lewis In "The Disorderly! Or. tlon to the Senate from New no
i Fisher didn't disclose the pur. derly." P+ w York. There was some talk that ontI
chase price except to sa} \It's In "Comedy Is serious business Kerner might be headed for the J

I six figures."I with Jerry," says his pretty co. RESCUED Bi .X HELICOPTER:: addition to being at home In the air, Royal Canadian Air Force helicopters are obviously maneuverable in the sea. No. 2 post In the Department bo'
too have several other scripts, star "I've never seen such con. This tandem.rotor helicopter. designed by the Boeing Co.. can land In choppy water and retrieve an injured man in a rubber dingy (left). The copter'srear of Justice behind deputy Ally Jud
.I house, he says. "I bought this centratlon in my life ramp opens and both man and raft are pulled Inside. The versatile whirlybird can also taxi up to a survivor (right). Members of the crew lift him Gen Nicholas Katzenbach men. del
make movies so I .can settle down tc "When a scene is shot, he into the craft through the side door The rescue helicopter officially called the CH113 Voyageur, is based at the RCAF station at Trenton, Ontario tloned as Kennedy's possible mef
r
ft rc
doesn't rein Instead he ques successor.

1 1il | dons all the cast and crew on part}' was a direct response to a psychology of European victo. for the presidential nominationin "Some people" called me about theno'
whether the scene *.. shot Break events and public sentiment. ry enveloping the contest, the 1952 He was by no means a this story Vlahoplus told a re. '
right or not Sharpest In GOP For this change we must go party tacitly but decisively gave reactionary He had supported porter, "and Interpreted it as tur
"Then he'll dash to a phone back to Grant's second admlnls.tratlon up its main positions And when public housing and slum clear meaning the governor would bea apt
il and check on/ costuming; and It then became plain later Republican President ance, he believed In Sodal Se. candidate for vice president, to
props He never stops," that the carpetbag governments Eisenhower was elected, it de. curlty, and his Taft.Hartl act Kerner Is challenged; In the not
And this Is a picture where Policy Seen Since 1912Not in the South were full of corrup. dared flatly: "We shall not turn balanced the power of labor and Illinois governorship race by pin
ilI Jerr Is only" an actor. Walt until > lion, waste, and Incompetence the clock back" the power of you see him when he also I and that the use of troops to At the beginning of 1945 the But "Mr. Republican" stood former head of Bell & Howell opt,
ad
produces and directs In more than .4Ujar or Parties always make heroic keep some of them In power Republican party still apparent. for a reestablishment of Ktpub. Co., camera makers. lot
since the Progressive; revolt of efforts to avoid a schism. To was Intolerable In 1874 the Re. ly clung to the isolationism of 11 can orthodoxy. Rude The ditSe
Electoral votes in presidential 1912, has sc, sharp a break oc. maintain unity they sometimes publicans lost the House. In 1878 the 1920s and 1930s It had '
I elections are opened and curred in the ranks of a major rail) around the platform at the they clung; to the presidency bya turned away from Wendell Will. .
counted before a part) as that In San Francisco expense of the candidate, as Re. bargain with Southern lead. He's ideas of "one world." If.r1I
of Congress then preservedin when the Republicans nominal publicans did when the frigid ers. The result was that the Re. When the Republican national ;
congressional files ed Barry Goldwater and unpopular Benjamin Harrison publican party totally aban. chairman appointed an advisory Do
= got himself renominated in doned the radical reconstruction committee to draw up a peace. the
189%. Conversely, they some. policies it had supported since time program; he left Wlllkle off cot
I times rally around the candl. the war, and charted a new the list un:
WANT ROOM TO
date and ignore the party doc. course based on acceptance of In this situation Sen. Arthur chI
BUYSIN trines, "We support McClellanand white supremacy in the South. Vandenberg of Michigan; made CU;
CHOICE spit upon the platform" In 1876 the Republican plat. a speech on January 10, 1945,
said Democrats In 1864. form had been unequivocal. It which swung the party toward a vibe<
I But when the San Francisco declared: "The permanent pacification realistic new course. He boldly SWING YOUR CAT? Ion
gathering ended, the two nom). of the southern sectionof repudiated isolationism sum.
OF PROPERTIES nees, the platform, and the the Union, and the complete moned America to the tasks of
A VARIETY campaign organization had been protection of all Its citizens In world leadership and declaredthat
given absolute conformity. They the free enjoyment of all their he stood for "maximum
spelled just one word, conserva. rights; is a duty to which the American cooperation . to tho
tism. Republican party stands sacredlyly make the basic Idea of Dumbar.ton .
site the Some observers Oaks succeed His endorse. Itm.
Apartment on saw a sharp pledged" "O
Tike .look. <.. .
\ a it i,aci u .
reversal of the old Republican How utterly this pledge was ment of the principle of the
water. Don't miss this 10 acres on new road position on many Issues. forgotten; in 18801 That year the United Nations made a tremen. .era Ion .In Pin ...... linmtiwi -
The Republican party has, un. had face-saving dous sensation.The \ 7t'Go
chance. platform some Mibvrb ef Nepletnly .
East of Pine Ridge til now, never had its underlying phrases about the Constitutionand next Republican conven.
philosphy of government heavily. the faithful performance of tlon, meeting In Philadelphia In riira. .,,4 ooe-ti.lf To

Aqualane Shoies Good terms. _ _ assailed or shaken Some critics all promises made to citizens. 1948, ratified his stand 5 males,. north bf sloe City for
think it has been all too Immo A more nearly silent change Thereafter Vandenberg con. be
I water front location. Seagate Private beach bile.The of the Republican course but tined laboring to throw the kmitt, Ch
great Issues of presiden.tlal equally decisive and Important party behind the United Na. s. 22
7th Avenue N. Near restriction, near school. campaigns; it should be em. took place In the 1940s. dons the North Atlantic Treaty Mil,, *f wall paved sn..b CIa

phaslzed are seldom made by In 1940 the platform and the Organization and a bipartisan add. to the than ef this.
Gulf and golf course. party councils or platforms speeches of Wendell Wlllkle fol. approach to sensitive areas of nunbly. "Ie'" tommo. hit
They are usually generated by lowed much the line laid down foreign affairs. When Republl. m ,
what Jefferson called the courseof by Landon They admitted that can senators In July 1949 voted '. nity .( mull w..... 101
human events, and the New Deal objectives had merit 32 to 11 for the NATO pact, the ha
groundswells of public sent!. but condemned New Deal methods new party position was firmly A'"k any ...Iter *. five yew po

D.C. JONES REALTOR i ment to which these events give as outrageous; This time the assured. This historic change of d... .,.110, trtct map and. PII
13 ((8 rise. Democrats took 449 electoral Republican front strengthened have
OventnH, for Pin tidgefor I
Nevertheless, dynamic lead. votes and the Republicans 82. the whole free world.
ers have sometimes creatednew In 1944! the Republican party But not once In all these years .......-. t..e sew .otapt 3.7
Issues, as the history of all did the basic philosophy of the __ ilia
Fifth Ave $o. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 2-3852 realized that denunciation of the 1 .konaf Fluid. lists. (. I
the strong presidents from An. New, Deal was more perilousthan RepubUcan party change '
Irene Roland Frank B Purdue Harry I, Miller Edward M Anderson drew Jackson shows ever. The war had brought; As the party gradually em. hit't
The first drastic change madeIn back nearly full employment.The braced the welfare state pro. wit
the course of the Republican chief social welfare meas. gram, and yet lost election after Int
With election, some leaders believedthat Mil
urea were highly popular.
''' \'\ the shifting balance of Pinide Ka
groups had gone too far In the 15'
M.I .
Move To SpeedIntegration
liberal
direction. Closer adher. I
>ar.eow
I In ence to the Simon-pure conser. ma
vatlsm of Hoover's day, they wit
Created Collier
Duval Denied argued would fortify the organ; !. by Development Corp. the

cation They condemned the 110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2.2131 the
JACKSONVILLE AP-Inte.
( WUlkle-D wey left-of-middle Cr,
gratlon of schools In Duval trend. NAPLES FLORIDA
County need go only through; This movement came to a ell. 01 SEE YOUR LOCAL RiALTOR mla
the second grade; this year. max with Robert A.. Taft's drive Me
U.S. District Court Judge Bry.
Jot
an Simpson denied a motion
I / .L Friday to speed it up. Jet'
.._ ....., ... .. 1t."I He said the one-grade-ea seed
tr year plan which began In 1963 Going to the Fair..or traveling anywhere Ha
Z' t -
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the fall of 1965. Buan'
Simpson also rejected a motion 'IW' ,'
to put Into effect Immediately .
integration of teaching ma Intpr'
and supervisory school person
net
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6 big reasons why I they sometimes follow too TRAVELERS CHEQUES ea Ka
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emind inveMnwnl today that will. be worth far mom tomorrow BI
are buying inFASHIONABLE The tlrua causing cold assurance. I I' >ey're lost, destroyed or stolen, you receive a prompt rh
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BASIC BOWLING w By ,JANET HARMAN S Snatched From cm "the longest two days I
Bow Sea
EGLER'SBy l' omei ( I "19 C 'p.;anJANETHARMAN have ever spent"

They seemed mighty long,
MARION 80RZNSEN:' Head Stays Down Loncjei tot", In J. R. Lombas Jr., 29, of

ORNER '" Morgan City, La, another tug
; I I Hadn't Given Up Hope crewman, who didn't have a

. When; Aiming; ; for Spot others start He suffered more than the

ttlU'NSWKK: e.a, (lAP) C.lpl| ..t i. whlti,, n' ,,d i pat., The mm didn't have any foodor
....,, I I I Tho live men never really /gave tersun, I I., i the :.skinH! i t,< the water and had to paddle with
In troth |'at mint in*.tor* US.M| t'i lixtk at the I 1.1", .,1.l lt I up tiope. vessel, vml t he and R.i\mond their hands and arms.MINll1'F.MAN .
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Wouldn't It be nicer If crl. Roome 199. Frank Hat her and But the were used to thewQ Brush _j:, ,"f Huu'.ioii',. Tex _
ticlsm of officers and other boU Clinton Smith 196 each k aim. Then ...m "..h ft the hrllllunt. |Ides to put -i' t- CL s ,ol the set and the strange were having coffee In the galley, ('OSTS LOSS
ers was told directly to the TV-Kay Hler took the 1 IMPS.ThK. things that the
per. scoring happened, even when a huge swell akinloatld.al CAPF KhNNPOY" Flit ''AMItu
ions involved and not "grape.vined" honors as she tossed a 200 on the our'd after some men W you .li".> up to. i unexpected wave that proved wave slammed gainst the Air I"une rein" ..1"\ >. \lcontH
to the extent It is all nose' for a 530 set Vera Zwicker toe much\ for the sturdy 6Maut, aide. .
Inc to alulifc''' at board ?n theI the h fHMnge\HriH"| i 1 sllwi, OlIO annuli Iii i I" .un\
out of proportion when it re. had a nice 441.168. Bonnie Wino. steel olUexploratlon Michael
turns to the ker I 1.,..".. !i" these ..(.14". ortiliiitie tag rontfiii person or persons showed a 173 singleton logs of Morgan Clt> La. and the "
water was In ,, ,.
ruining itriuiiiintntBl 111,1.' .
Involved? Gill 163, Susan Anderson 1 leo and I ,, .nim. are being used Mart howlers' i" ,\k.. f'i i1nmmon That's win John Meyer, 25, ofNew the captain said "Blush I tried ,to Iliis. .tangc nstdtuiii
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After all, people do not mind Nancy Dun 182. rin r.. than ever hi .HIM \mirself. .. mint*** ,.f .t.I t i j. Orleans, acted as he did get out the wrong way and I upkeep figuri- of.nmp"u1111 SI I If n. ..I lnn I, ,,, an a
constructive advice, or a reminder MIXED M\JORS-Hlgh Majorwas ui fur pr'fer tilt mi the "held their n".... Y,..u .li", III '! ii during the 46 anxious hours on went after him" tear t tin, I....hIf il i' miter, .
that an infraction of rules Tex Kavermsn with a 577. the lire raft,, drifting up and White said "We
KM.' \'11I, shoulder. bi 11-' '' It 1 reached the liquid, -Kiel, more iiimpUx Ali!
has been committed, but 216. Lil Miller led down the Atlantic
they the Mtjoret. rollers, feel wheelhouse and the
do mind getting the Information tes with t" ttalh sal aim uMhe spot Wont tram which'' ta ihail. ".... " only way "mil titan, IBM.
a 551.187. Nell VanWyk ing the hot sun burning and the out was :a porthole !'?, glad the
fifth or sixth hand when it has used< a 201 for a 560. Gene Till. r ,Ih.., than at the pin. Aiming with II.. -I i i iaitualh 10 throat doing Navy aimed I me' l...a 1 Io' ,ipt i 01 I 1.1 II hit COUNTY NEWS 55
been blown up to where there is man reached 560.224. ,. "]f find that life
a Mary Invtrucbru !have came to i rentes the i pr ''I i 'r they rail, through a porthole."
Sunday, August 18
no more reason left behind the Jo< Glbbs produced a 517-199, real 171- that It .Is much raster| tn fnr the one-three IM i let i Ill, they'll find my last will and tes. The sea veteran mil 1 Umsi\ 1S84
original remark Ann Fuller 516.200, Skip Cur. tament scratched on the side "
both .
tltplipd out ant
t.i i" M.
hit f. frrt .
i -.I away than In \ make t i
00 \111I iiljustmi
Found a few more thoughts on ry] 485.171, Ethel Jones 478Mar.tha said Meyer, sipping fluid and water.
bowling etiquette. Accept the Vanchura 460, Lucille Lord .I1 in at HM .nexliln.| 60 feet a_aThese \', mining tii* bMh 9 ff.. t"'u .\i- t relaxing 'In his bed at Brunswick
judgement of the foul judges or 479, Terry Murnan 459 I lei.en I. "|tttr. which are five the left "' right. bef.'. nn 1\".- Hospital Thursday night. Meyer, who uoiki' i
Offshore
detecting advices without argu. Henson 455. Red Lord blasted liinnls apart alt make.. It easier Mir first ..t.,.. It Mm 'mm "lit -- He said he scratched the will Raydlst ispecializing s
ment. For no reason walk In a 224 loner, Carl Armbrust and a log of what happened to in pm is I Ia Is
t< iillust fur lane. onrtltions.. it..10 to the right \"".'liiutnril|'I I
,
lion for
front of a bowler addressing 204, Jack tfab'her 193, Huble them with his knife Just in case : oil .UI'V1Il'd \!\ s
the pins. Avoid the use of un. Hart,, Bill Jones 198 and Sue ",'rate Liter I arc fitter than others. l\ ,',p..nhlll1'. stale: Int.... tinIKKM. End el Fev vr-ttp Approach they died and the raft was the I 15.inaiiliu' > <

necessary mannerisms, ges. Till man IRA, mil vim must. I'ltiist' In them tint must i tnist In un"thc tam r found. Another Kajdl.st 1 u :.1
tures, etc., before making your BALTIMORE BOWLERS spot bowline: also enables wmto If Mill move ximr bolt (n the biKlx, approach. Confine body English MAKE THE Coast Guard daux, La., hesltau i 1 I.. . .
GRADE .ki'i'iniir,. !heal dawn 'loiijrriii left tau i r'Mt,- in an,' Into' the taint tMs too must iU helicopter and ;c
to the width of your lane. Do pntntvour rescued some 17 miles off the couldn't swim
HARTFORD.
Conn. (AP) l hit In. turn helps ion t' that", and le>*ml a stt'iiifr' honkinghill. rlifht shoulder I
roll Ill toward!
not ball before the a South
your Two Baltimore Georgia Toast Thursday. v
howlers are the, 1 told him fl. "i' I i
pinboy or automatic ptnsetter I latest to be elected to the Dude ile\ei ii letter form, better : the ixirket. This wavoii i annuke The hospital reported all five said, and deim-ntt!( i 111 u Ihi. \\vyoou/i >
is ready. Co easy on kidding your I pin Hall of home Dave \oU rhvtliin nut: I .. sniinil' follow If the allevx arc sloe! and amt" UKof the .11 t hnokl rag in excellent condition save for :raft without haunt t iii\ .ule,, Mf *>l iCi
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opponent when he. or she. Is J and Mva" Brnu-n. through. find yniir hall haiku> tm much hell dehydration and sunburn. What followed, l li nit'nt Ucl, tliWMIr
addressing the pins. Be a good .
loser and give credit where cre.
dlt Is due. Be a gracious win.
ner. Splits, misses and taps
are just as much a part of the
game as the strikes and spares.
Don't blame the equipment, ra.
ther determine your faults and

correct them. Don't give advice f', .. ,. .,) ,
unless it Is asked for Keep a : : ,
check on your temper and Ian.
," t '
guage.
,
The above is some of the ad. ,: .' '
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vice of Shirley Garms and should \
I \
be put into the back of your mind : '
for future reference



August BROOKSIDE 24th has BOWL been set for

It the will Men's be held Commercial at 8 p.m. league.

The tentative date for the Pal. the behind the miracleuses


7 metto p.m.GULF league SHORE Is August- The 27th Mixed at man


Grocers
Wimp's Texaco and
Townsend Produce are all tied
for first place with next week
being the last night of bowllngttt
Charlie Rice was tops with a 576.
225. Francis Hall and Gene
Chamberlin each came up witha the most modern and advanced electronic equip At Cape Coral, 7'/2: road miles Southwest of Fort Myers,
B59. Francis posted a 212

man high and shot Gene a 560 a set.202. Tex Wimp Kaver.John. ment of the space age, side-by-side with the simple tools they have created a modern thriving community from

son and Marvin LeMasters
each
had a lone 213. Em Emerick of the past, to provide for the needs of the future. He and what was once a wilderness. At Golden Gate Estates, 13

posted a 205, Ron Townsend 204,

han Phil was Morse the 201.sharpshooter Ralph McKlrl.con. 3,500 other "Men Behind the Miracle" at Gulf American road miles from Naples, they have turned raw, virgin acreage
}
verting! the 9.10, 3.10 and the Land work in the cities of" the i into hi b Ie b Ie land ;' L .
3.7.10.. Robert Menllne: of the Corporation, principal v ua usn suitable for' biijulividing.) t ..
Naples Police Department got
himself a 161lrlpllcale.COtJPLES United States, in several foreign countries, at Gulf Wherever they may be..whntever tools they
The Pinheads led

ing with up a 1241 with, a Louise 494 and Wolford Ike a com.540. American's eleven-story office building in Miami and at command..these men personify Gulf

Mike Pike listed a 197 single,
Kaye Rans 159.157, Lena Dorsey Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates. Their combined efforts American's corporate goal..building
158.156 and Mary Kline 150.

man MIXED was CLASSIC out front-for Tex the Kaver.men have accomplished modern-day miracles in Florida. new worlds for a better tomorrow !

with a 617.233 plus converting
the 6.7.10. Linda Sauchelll led
the gals with a :518.190. Paul
Crlckenberger needed another
mark for a 600 but ended witha
582.198, Joe Salmon 561.203,
Melba Cornell 515.206, Ethel
Jones 514.195.plus the 37.10,
Jeri Jerabek 495.182. Ned Dor.
sey and Ken McConkey each list.
ed 214 loners, Red Lord 203,
Harry Sauchelll 213-plus the 2.
4.10, Harry Clouser{ 193, Ed
Buscemi 194, Earl Cannady 205
and D.J. Salmon 191. Marks
man was Edna Simpson converting .
the 5-7 and the 3.10.

EARLY BLOOMERS .. In a
pre.bowled frame Cindy Brisson
was high with a 500.200, Marie 1wI
Weaver 479.190 and Jo Powell a e
lone 163. In the regularly srhe.
duled game Frances Fltzek tos. e ?ua 1't t
sed her highest series, a '"52.
190. Louise Wolford registereda
519.191, Terry MurnaIl47!!. Moll'
le Weaver 475, Hazel Abialiam.
son 471, Jo Powell 463.188. Pat
Eggleston readied a 191 single,
Cindy Brisson 177, Ida Po>'er RLfalltt*
171 and the 5.7, Mar Jo Gibbs "
170, Judy storter 168, Man Kline I Ls l
164 and Wanda Jones 169.
LADIES COMMERCUL-Star
ring for the evening was Elaine f
Sheldon with a 524190. Ituel ,
,! )
Abrahamson tallied a 503.206, [ ,YII f
Marie Weaver 475.175 plus ,-on.
version of the 4710. Reggie e l

, Lulejean listed a 196 loner Mar s
XVnbrust 163, Bea Mohrbaihet
165, Rose Morrison 162 R. Ce( II
154, Martha Plerry 166 and Pegs'
Yahl 150. Eileen Wheeler (Kaj)
Rans and Nancy Keen each hada r
167, but the most popular game
was alSS.AllceLlnd.Wanda Rice, -'
Katie Johnson and Nena Ellis I -1L w r Ae

each recording one. .. _

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PINE LANES t ,
Time for the meeting of the
Big Cypress league has been
changed to 7 p.m. August 20. ;
The Bowlerettes will meet at L
7 p.m. August I 19th. This Is alsoa
time change. w .ore ,
His 'N Hers wish to remind r

you of their meeting August 16 at ,
rot _
8 eter
p.m.The x 4 y,
Contractors will get tc
tether August 17 at 7 p.m.
Both the Men's Church League
and the Women' Church League
will meet August 18 at 8 p.m.


CONTRACTORS .. Gene Till J 1 1 i e' 1 J : es
man led the league with a 586. a a s'
214, Jack Hatcher 570-197, Bud
Hasslnger 555491 and Ed Bus. AND OOLDEN OATf ESTAtES
ceml 554219. L.V. Shield put :
a few strikes together an;> 'am* _
up with a 241 single Ed Stonei
fired a 214. Huble Hart 202, Glen


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6B COLLIER rot NTY *.r\\3 Sunday, August It, 1M4 Trombones Lure 'What Voting People fli'ink"Fraternities i

6ar Trumpets i


Serious Young Musicians I Too Cliquey,



i nlurfor' Thomas cherman New-York Philharmonic summer Says High School Crowd

.>f the \' >ung People's Concert concerts outdoors at theLewlsohn

In New York reports that Stadium u's he's even ,
H M GENE GiLBERT
hurJrrd'' \mertcan voungster seen an elght-vear-old plavlng a President. Gilbertoiith
are holding down berths In trombone iroepUbh. "v generation
Heeir' h. Inc
mphom orchestras back, It was the piano\ or the
f i I. !Inc the aortal. irobleriK ofi
tt "The quality\ Of the work these violin, and that was that," t
tI new s he ieir] most teeniirer -
I t r people do In serious music h* savs.
_
/ 1IhJI fraternities and
1 |IIImu better than \lt was a But the conductor admits that ,
-"i'''rltlcs In high schools and
1I reneratlrn no<< ," comments every musician should be able s sfk
nit,'r high schools breed snob- .
I ;h rman, Ht' attributes this to to get around on the piano, so e
bet\ md |'rotntdetau s dtsthutlnn. -
the ext" ellent training high he can at leastplay arrangementsof ,

school, music teachers have, anv thing, 'so h* can learn to "
w \Ve questioned 1171 hiss and
which< the' pass on to their think vertically in his music" 1t
girls on the subject \rarh "1
itudents Scherman tales particular -
per tent were again! suih or.j.lIt11..IIOIII .
"111."* music teachers ran pride In his Young People's
{ In pre-i' o I I e t e
handle any Instrument, and so Concerts, not because they mar
school. \ few Indicated then
they expose the t might prove of them In : /
of them to \
'Interesting. In colleges! but mot were. opposedto I IIi
orchestra I them In ant type < f learning

Institution. Forts per tent saw I I
white
\Y, fully halt <
CONDUCTOR Tt, fi.'rlT'311' dl', ucaee music -making with nothing wrong with them others Ii
are between 16 l i alt h I
two young nr'hl', itr; :. pl. ,erv questioned had no opinion.
Is a tfrl I -h"I.|
Most iponenti (>f fraternitiesand
hn\ hrlnHUt I |' I iner.
nrltles. (even more girls
fine tmnMinvlmU *. "
MODEL HOMES than buts were against Ihl'm'1r:1"I'
"\ and t :
2 : similar reasonn The reply
\ountt pIa"
more
FOR SALE! of Roy Htinnionrt, 17. of Kcnal,
Anti of i'nurse
.Vliska, was tvpltal" : "Thev are '
pin mnn.pla\ s-
cliques of *n bblsh children."
month PAYS All! ments In \tang
$300 DOWN, $85 per Cart' Sawka, another 17-vear-old,
3 bedroom s, I 1'1' i trth s TBS On North AI- '" herman ' \ of Montebello, C'JJIf.. said: "'i

hambra O( I I"" TWIN LAKES, North Naples, Little Orchestra 1 think young people should not en-
..
tours through I " .tI
er Into coteries and start
OPEN All DAY SUNDAY! and the Far |' III 1111
ostrirl7lng others! at such anearly
the print Ipal two-
( ) '
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jiff
I
i '.....11111' From Lynn Rogers 10, of i

| unite Fairview, titans. came thisemphitlc opinion: "Fraternities and baring "Just a bunch of foolishness .

i ,', fur comment: "Girls In sororities are for the more that keeps students away I, [
LOOK-EE HERE! al sororities think Ihl' ',.1' better mature-minded Individual, for from their work." I

than anone else and make they formulate future plans for Seventy three per rent of those !.

others feel Inferior." In a the basis of adult life questioned were not members ofa
first many
Drive in or boat in to this fabulous 4-bedroom home In
i'hit, .. similar view Juan Igel 17. ofNew activities." fraternity or sororltv-not too

Vanderbilt Beech. Excitingly different this home i II centrally ) "-bov York Cltv. said; "Member Whit about the hazing that suprlslng, since 60 per rent of
ship Is often judged bv' UN'ks! and often accompanies Inltatlon Into their schools did not have an)

air-conditioned and heated and has a beautiful ..- \ popularity and there II too much such organizations Forty three such organizations But here Is

competition." per cent were against It: 35 percent a surprising statistic of the high
stone fireplace. Two large 7' 7' tile baths and the
x
,
.. A different opinion was expressed In favor of It. William schools and Junior high schools

kitchen it fully electric. Windows to the Gulf art tinted, Icius- by Carol Pllato 16 of Schmidt 18, of Detroit, put It with fraternities and sororities,

pulled Louisville Kv., who said sororities xlmplyi "It separates the men 62 per cent of the groups wereoperating

storm shutters and the lawn ii equipped with a pump |1'1'1.' bring girls together and from the boys" Naomi Qulsk, despite disapprovalof

emphasized that "the membersdo 17, of Salt Lake City, called school authorities!
and sprinkler system. not consider themselves
many
.. superior to other girls." Kenneth

31 t ACRES WITH BAYFRONT Johnson, 17, of Michigan City, There's Nothing Like It In Naples

"with Ind., felt the name way. "It u.
/4 MILE OF WATERFRONT ] >llIlI... gives you," he said, "a chanceto

ONLY $15,300.00e. meet new people" Nineteen-
An
.. .. year-old Jim Calhoun of Bloom. Village Green

black Ington Ill, gave this sober


loose-.. MISS "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"
JOHN J WOOD "
AND SOq
,\ ..>lgn- DEB A New Community of Cooperative


630 Fifth Ave, So. Ph. MI Ipg.. . onnven queatiuns : Garden Apartments for Adults

about Junior, Miraetiquette \.. Only-Prices Start at $7,200
groomingnd
in'..,......

Q I have permission to redecorate -

my room. Of course, my
parents! till have veto power INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED-
... but in tally up lo me I ctnt ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
decide whit style to (hoole.A. .
How do you corner.'y '" How do 1 begin APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE .

Begin with your closet SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET
Take i hard look it your ward WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. -
tobe H choose limply
you
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M.
cut, untrimmed i dress over t rut.
fly one, then turn thumbs downon I
in ultra-feminine, frilly bed,
withdraw l lta room What colon do you wear
your most? Those are probably your rid 3ocRealtors
most flittering colon, and the ta 4
ones you'll be happiest to hive
around you. Consider also how
use your room, Is it strictly
; rI.: sleeping and gelling dressed. SALES REPRESENTATIVES

or do you entertain. the gal 305 5th Ave, South Ml 2-2124
at Naples friends there? If it doubles asa
living r consider simplefurniture '
: d'
twin beds that OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER
can be positioned against t will

P. to function is couches.







Follow these simple still



bark go Fine Carpets and Rugs


are by
1. Just ask for it take
In the

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4 (That's all there is to it. You can of

savings whenever wish In as
4\k/
your you
",'
cc e . . . .e.e..eee.ee. .e.e
r mail. And be ; pull
'r. or by you may e e
:. < ,'} \ how much more you've saved than relax : James Lee's Wunda Weve:

at ease
thought. Savings accounts Naples
Callaway Cabin Crafts
I e
have a way of growing. Why?
: Karastan :
savings works for you collecting
twice yearly.) e (power loomed In U.S.A.) e

: Philadelphia :
You see, it's easy to withdraw your

at Naples Federal when you e . . eee . . . . . . . .. e. .j
simple instructions.


o rmstronjf's Tile and LinoleumFor

Naples Federal Sanngs and Loan Association is and stability

chartered fcv an agency of the U S, Goiernment, at Naples

It is.a community enterprise in which all who ment and .

participate in savings or loan accounts are memo Savings& the month of August wt will be closed from

berg of the association contributing to the growth of the United 1:00 P.M. on Saturday afternoons

It does make a difference where



.JVap/cs Poor
jr/ vro verifier*

4 NAPLES FEDERAL SAYINGS


at the four ...... l "19 Years of Dependability"


Naples, Florida to!',. :$.'Ihv'IIU" in... Phone MI 2-4058
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the I IMi Lets Gs 8eaUnq I I Canada Loses Sunday, August 11, 1W COLLIER cot STY NEWS 7B

Want J Billion Dollars __.. 1> __ h .

:z.1."Z' il .,.'; I
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"

] .. I.HE I" ,. -" ."--, Annually On Deals With U.S. ;. .1Ip' ;


B> DON rHMUGHT: The answer, as the Pearson achieve the "economies of
Canadian Press Correspondent government sees It; Increase scale" of their American cousins r t.
The ( ('K BOATING lUG OTTAWAP(, ) Since 1955 Canadian sales of manufactured that is, the ability to lower r. p
Estivtl Season Is Just Put The Midway AT 'sE\sON Canada has been losing more roods to the United States costs by producing In volume Ct
And Baek-To-School T.Ik Is Already In The I'I'nh, JU hr.loni" tout !1..1! than a billion dollars a year In From the Canadian viewpoint tor a big domestic and export
ur ,MI., ,lunr ill th, I 1..1 jUmn \ tran..ctlon.1lh the United there market. r .
(Tough Luck, Junior.) Soon Autumnal .. are major obstacles.Many 1 ;
u'l .uir' a lull "w "i' .I I IHllllllUI Stat. Also Americans control about !
Will Be Under And ll|'ll.l lllUlllH.' hill I III I .. I 1..1, About half the deficit comet Canadian manufacturers 60 cent of .
Way, Before The Whirl consider U.S. tariffs atormlda. per Canadian manu. \--j
unNN liailri anal all trim "I :
rgnlp|" |
from .
There's No Better normal merchandise ble wall heuuse the can't tacturlng Many of the biggest L ,
Time Than Now To See iwntli.iil.l I.- "In-le.lyd. M Mil I.1 I."I", 1 ar'
trade. The rest Is a net Canadl. companies are wholly owned In
MILLER ASSOCIATES M Kin' 'III nmUr I-CMI. I IliiKMrl, 'II-
About That Perfect I....' |.. KM a luilr 'luilhri mill rxilliiiii an loss on tourist spending pa)'. the t'nltad States. The parent
Or Homesite. Our Friendly, Expert Staff Is llii nil .',rn limit' I I 1..1\l meet of dividends and Interest ; firms don't want tor.11f1.ube ..
To Command. II ill' l lewd h.... lawn Irfl in the to V.S. investors shipping and !! sldlarles competing with (hem ..
knit i fur .4irml ..n>.L. .. < luin i- arc soon. J for the attention of American
lOVELY the hull h.. I., .'air foulnl, Hilh inn, It Is a burden for a country f tIJU.1jj ,l consumers.
ROYAl HARBOR HOME mir itniMth Null liHilinu I luImildlilllUr -
a with a tenth the U.S. population. Canada In
a beautifully nfffi I nil ihr "In .il IA a controversialmove
If
landscaped lot Bonita |awl this drain doesn'tpanic
on Lane stead
fin anil m-il ..\ llu has tried to alleviate one
"
mum r | 'u"r
two bedroom two bath waterfront 'milal" rtinruik: . Mutm-, ..|xtl1'iM Canadians, It Is because .. :f, problem bj encouraging for.
also contains a large .- iii In VI |,,'r I rut "burr Imiiin the deficit usually can be cov. af/aOaNYOtd hN h".. elgn.controlled companies to lM o
dressing room living ered, or nearly so, In two ways
tul olirn limith \r teen MlliiiHiml give Canadians a voice In com.
and dining combination electric kitchen ( ire iiK' .*1 .1.,., 'I Ilir run r 1. D>' Canadian trade surpluses pany polc! >'. It exacts: a third
stove, refrigerator and garbage disposal tarn .''||"1'1 lluil (null I I.ntli. in. I.. In Europe and Asia surpluses M 'IlI'Pt! R lower rate of withholding tax on
.
ill'Jill, il llluilll. ""' I i\rll llllii fattened b)' wheat sales to the dividends paid to
I cycle air conditioning and heating and a two tin L. lliriiutlu.nl, llui..I.IIM. Soviet Union and Red China. holders of foreign that share of.
, garage. Drapes, lantern and \l "Illildwn iMitlNiunl( IIINLIiwlk 2. By importing foreign capital nIl|% ..1,1'n llu Iarl.Ide l i fers al least any 25!company
carpets room . iiulUnM. aner.t per cent of Its
j | |>liii> h ulil! I I. miimul and from United i retrl Clp'I iClnl' .I.la.
viders are included, and TV cable has ... mostly the shares to Canadians
been .1"0",1 if urmul
ill'I""I"1.. | 11111 States. Canada still needs this .,... .., .,, .....
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for a year $26,950, with cash above a II I.1 I II III I if lIlM' 1'1.11'| | ibflllltltill money, and the technical know. Salad! 1I1.'n.h'1 I |11iI"atJ ",,-" - < - -
appltrrare I ll f tin intlllr," ll (1"R.. .
gage of approximately $17,000 Mill ,Lan 11-1,1 nun I h., \\ I bola' till .11'I how that comes with It, both for (" N.klea' ", NEA( T'/"J// "
al'I.'hrlk tin I.l I hlli"i 1..1| t.., direct Investment In Industriesand < M;iW \ I II \I.IO11EltME: :: K:.\K\\'-.Flanked by youngster- md
:. FINELY FURNISHED HOUSE AND adl.l l i in 'luirliiil ill.III-H-j: for Investment In Canadian I\PI-R( {photographers, a witness in the Houston. Texas, gambling:
: : OKI SaII I\"
In-ta' I the r. l.lH at III Ilir l.i..ri securities. .
| investigation departs from the federal after
HOUSE only a block from the beach I 4 klip II| kin' .i IIihiU'poil , building KIVIH:
on t tluil It iIHI 001 l lftiitit ?
rear Iue MI Obviously, If the capital stops to the
testimony grand jury His fierce mask was worn to
Street air liiilillimul. )liuniii, itii 'in\i'nI
South nr i
In the Into
house flowing Canada, the
main are a coun. keep his identity secret
,I nil I.silt." Will 1111,1,11 "Hill ,Iniiiiiiiil I- try Is I sup" tflllll vlJil l m'?. ""I
living room with fireplace dining room, will al-., li-l "II..., IMHIIIlllilt with Its plunged International Into deep trouble vtrornHHith' I'n.:Molded!
'I large bedrooms two tile baths "Irgnur| Illlilx.U4III, lulu li .lIKillllii pajmenls. I : klip sll.ul, ill No
with built-in . Prime Minister Lester B. sight i docs mote to kill
1 praprllrr, i i. MM t mi K 1111iHiilnnl
ities, complete kitchen facilities | | i Pearson's I I"'n" ouh .all, ..11.1 alit uii appttite I than to see mold & CHECK
to
government
screened LiKimlU ml luriiri ?'- hopes
I :i ; : hfJ":;:: "niui.' l.ir.l on the rubber seal of the
and a two II I ,il tiiAnl nr I lat., It ) lull reduce the trade deficit with. OFFICE
car The
carport. guest house on .I l Hi (nil nr Hiliirilhiik .1.I l. out rankling Americans and I I "i'ath4N1, at11I'"' 1"1"t'a'I ti'frlKerator door vDUNBARSJuan
attractive property is also fully furnished I ( tin. luiilii. , (rIll I Caw., .. mill.i., thus Inviting some form of re. 1 1..1"1" pa(>rik.i No I\lIU\ \\ arl'ol'lh hersalt \ UPP IE
equipped. I' INlrl- and. nut.III and I huhII.. -un tallation. Moves so far be ;I ': 1"1' tt n r tfI II I ,' ,I.hl ranuu Mill allow! it to remain W* I necnveo
I i; : , ,;, t Il : : : ; : : can tt .. ,
.it .I I. Ill Veld, I'I liti. explained by the character of a \l'ry long _I.c.ll.nl tlort el u 4 oltlc furnlturt
sad, IIml tin i ,, li I. hili''. "_ oulpmtnl, anti ntichlnM/ .1 lrmndoul
MIIII
|1'1'' ' I ,.i.i
A REAL CHARMER is the residence , trade. .1.I IlK IIIMUOHIllMill" ' To remove the mold. rub V Jl "vln.i,
on uli" ,1 ll l. n! md ulrn I. pull,
Traditionally, Canada has Ihv' tUtirit "hUndir. Wend until
Golf Drive, overlooking the golf a olm I sad iii.iii| | ihr IHUIIIIIIIM ,-, ; over spots lightly with a SIM-hH: : MAntlVM:: dI.Ei4.:: |ItIPAIIts: !
course supplied raw materials to the .nHHiih I'.xit into j Mr; vouti cloth or dampenedwith
( lid mul j sponge
t. are three bedrooms with walk-in j jukit' luiiatil world the products of mines, Itlhl"'i uiitl, I rtingehiq' ill' Ktmt. .\M I>>> HKNTAI8; rKrfc.: I'IW II'T
a dressing IlKllillllK'' H Ililllpllll-1 { lllllk III WT undiluted. liould bleach,
; ; :: : ;: :: j;::: : fort its and farm bus.ncmlglu'' Kfurtf MKIIVKIO SFKMfKTMSlli
/: off the master's domain two baths dint till) luUr1))tool! Mi held iliiliiiliiril Postwar U"lng. Slnlte There are other convmerrial
, a comh lit lull,Ira. Iti'|.li nj.li the .tggdir.| | Ininur Iness boomed until after the Ko. well\\ Lofon. UNIIIS' MikK eland cleaners! to do the Ave. rJ,.. Ml .211.\:1::
ous living room and entrance hall, a lii-t mil "'kit Ni. lliul llii' fur, rean War when world demand I I 4 iiinh' job loo
screened porch south Mlntllll-lur' i in Imilrll( I) iliui.ril' 1 and for primary products declinedand
facing and a :iinliK; : utailiihlf: \ln.|:int >iiur hurl:|: Canadian unemployment - - --
equipped kitchen. The house is centrally kit' In ..<. clod it l- i I ""'I') 'liltliink rose
and air conditioned and has generous closet .. fin IIHI-I- M ,nwlinn uiul, I Manufacturing capacity has
'" ..,,. mi ,llu 1"11'1.| | MHIIIIllu
storage space This beauty is pried at $ 1"1'' ''I the tiui. ll" MI: mill grown steadily. It gut a boost In
Y"J I ,"11.1)I IIM' il 11.1, I "I'l.ll-ll //uli I lint. 1982 when the Canadian dollar &t THE MOSTMICHIGAN
ft nil rMiMlinil in >lii|.oluipr inn was devalued to 92Va cents In }u: 4'za
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE ililiiin. )iiu Mull If nil nrl lu rein)' terms of the US. dollar, giving ,
,llii, iiiiiinili, .r nf the, ...aim nilhinil Canadian manufacturers a com.
|1",1' li.MI., petitive advantage.
UNUSUAL FURNISHED HOME on well

tamed grounds on First Ave., North The c.

statistics include two bedrooms, two baths HOME

comfortable, !spacious living room dining

electrically equipped kitchen and a two car ..s

port. The entire living area is centrally air

ditioned and the bedrooms have electric

heaters Also on the premises is a one

efficiency guest house. $32,500 complete, h

the rangements purchaser to make his own 7A a Wh' ?


THERE'S PLENTY FOR THE MONEY the ,;-e
b !ar oni'',"'tw6' bar4'CB5'fid'iWon; i

Street in popular Oyster Bay It also at H
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a paneled living room, all electric kitchen, .P'r. Fr fE I
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ida room with built-In grill and a wood i ry'' ,1 1, it

fireplace. Twenty feet on a canal are : ), '" 7 1/l

for your boat $18,500 and can ba bought i '' '

a small cash outlay above existing mortgage
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NEED WAREHOUSE SPACE? See us about e'U _

two available spaces in the Butler building

of warehouse at 90 12th Street, North

space contains 800 square feet and rents 111iI111Ihll

$57 a month iIIr
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OUR LISTINGS EMBRACE ALL TYPES OF d'

REAL ESTATE, INCLUDING DESIRABLE 0

HOMESITES, APARTMENTS, RENTALS, ;/ i'" !
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ACREAGE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.IT to ,,
WILL PAY YOU TO DROP BY BEFORE w 2 Bedroom 2 Bath

YOU BUY. 1884 Total Sq. Ft.


rid ?1ttttutl5 .R rtf DOWN! $12,995Built


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On Your Lot!

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MI 2.2124 (with mortgage acceptance) IIIINID (oa(. aiaeooa alAiE6arnlr


I tfEA Telephoto", It'i human nature to be proud of your poSessionpar.. '

NAPLES SELLS ITSELF-LET I IIZM: > RICH-On their way to the west roast Elizabeth ticularly when you have a distinctive Michigan Home N (a!. unla ASIA
>lor and her husband Richard Burton make) a brief stop- ur.
MILLER HELP YOU BUY ,rISEL [ \ in Chicago. They have been in New York during Burton Owners of Michigan Homes tell us they're mighty proud (f GA
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i appearance in Hamlet now concluded. of them because of the enviable designs,'because of the ens,, DINING ""

recognized quality construction, because of the livable

layouts, because of the personal interest of the con

struition personnel, and because of financing officials' r; It M
A for Service fli10R PUN
,. ..r Design recognition of the value as an investment. While pride G'

sl {n. of possession is not on the specification sheet it's built ""r

r into every Michigan Home you'll enjoy it in yours! ... Ih.h Tel
Unique among designs\ fur telephone equipment. build-!
legs, yet functional for the purpo.r of it* requirements
f tt .7 to piotld modern trlrci>mmuni<'iitionf. In the far reaches Kitchen lea, $13,495 Plus Sir*
of lnter-County's 10105 square mile territory The Ever-
trI glades Equipment Building ith :J4 hour public, payita-
TT a lion facilities if located .t the "g.t."..)," to Amtrka Homes built on your

tint and haunting Evrrirlxlr National Park. It I I. tpl- a/ lot from $12,995 YOU ARE INVITED TO
rat of the dedication nf IntffoCounty', men and women to

INSPECT MODELS IN

prorlde tdeeommunlcationt! "' /
wherever it U needed More and! -E... ,=
more each day Inter-County I .l / r
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strives to provide more and bet. i5INI I J ,
t.r service, whether it I it In the j.- f 7
heart of Naples, or the tar : I -
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It will be our pleasure to provide information on homesites, commercial /',/t.YlI1'1.(21/-

property house plans and costs, landscaping, zoning and building 3kI,, ,
requirements, taxes, and to answer other questions you may have I
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conveniently located on the Tamiami Trail at the intersection of Harbour r-, ._ Telephone MIdwiy 25102
Drive If you wish more Information before visiting here, write or call: ..- II Milton Link, President

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Many people have indicated an interest in ti.. pleted while Unit 4, north of Harbour Drive, is on the plat. Target date for completion of the job
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New plats are available showing parts of construction.Unit earlier. Color plats showing homesites available,
the original Units 1 & 2 from homesites on Bow 5. from Crayton Road west to the Gulf is prices, other information are available at your brok
Line Drive south. Unit 3 encompasses the golf where the dredge draglines and other heavy er's or The Moorings officet .
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