Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 30, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Schools, ; Open Tomorrow; Record 4,500 Enrollment i

New Sea Gate

Cut School Crowding Should PKY LIBRARY lr Q 1.tleett Rro ;II

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School bells win ; -
toll tomor- eI FL& oIIier t\U "

row and by their about call 4.500snidents.will be answered HISTORt aunt 1.0lt/lJ.

marking for another year a Ii/

record enrollment Inthecounty o
schools.About 230teachersanother -

record number will be SUNDAY AUGUST 30 1964 20 PAGES 10 CENTS 4Ut YEAR NUMBER 26
In the classrooms to greet the

St. Ann's Catholic School will

open teachers Monday and an also expected with enrollment six- And There's 4 Months To Go

., .
of about 200.

Another county record will be
established In the number of

classrooms available when Sea

Gate Elementary In North Naples Building Total.

Naples a brand new school .
opens tomorrow providing 18
new classrooms and other fac-

ilities. sW el. ,
School officials the School spgp r iw .4 Jg

Board recognizing and adminlstrationwhile the new records ,' 'tbglw, + r.

tomorrow's opening will Just Of $10 MillionNaples'
sethave already turned to plans Shy

for a new elementary schoolto

.open next fall In Immokalee. im

SOME SHIFTINGTo $10,000,000bulld. Six of the 11 permits Issuedby State Homes Its Is the con. It, Dud Hager will build an addi.

keep with ing year I Is Just $11,500away: ,with county building official Carl traitor for a U,000 houso at lion to the Immokalee home of
pace Increasing 81tnr19lat+ only two-thirds of this record Clemmer were for residential Immokalee for Charles W.Boonp, Conule Gixifrey for $ ,000. Ar.
enrollments, yet to .limit thisYear's mMa.Dtar avaa breaking year past.In projects that will cost $10,000 Sheffield Constuitlon Co. 11'111 noW Glazier will\ construct an

construction some lhtmrtta5trate w.s aR the week Just ended, Build. or more. Leading the way was a build a dwelling for $11,600 for JErUkson addition to the Naples Park re.
shifting of students from Shad- 81 gnwr leer ing Official Bert Plnkston sign $19,000 permit for a residence on Michigan AvenueIn sldenie of G.StellnuckerforS3,.
owlawn to Lake Park will\ be ed nine permits representing a and guest house In Pine Ridge, North Naples 200

necessary. The new Sea Gate A tar a+ss total of $23 ,400 worth of new built by Rutenberg Construction Whllaker and Nicholas hold
school will relieve congestionat j tSrAralgabgstrglerds t. construction. That brought the Co., for Richard Woodford and the contract for a $10,300 house

Lake Park. No new class- August total past the $1,500,000 Robert Reardon. for Hans Utlsa" in pin Ridge. Ex-Partner Sues
o + An Immokalee residence for This firm also will build a $9,.
rooms were added to Shadow- mark the fourth successive
lawn this past year month with more than a milliondollars' Fred L. Taylor la being built 000 dwelling for John Mussel
arily some shifting of students tempor- worth of new building) by Michigan Construction Co. man at Sorrento Cat'don*. Bobby Baker For
will be F y And the total so far In 1964 now for $16,000 Rutenberg Is to build Estimated cost of a 16 In
necessary there. They yww* 4C.f>M>t addition to JaikMils..
house for Irene L.
a $12,000
stands at $t, 88,506.
will be transported to Lake u Highlight of the week was Issuance Shope and Merle D. Kauffmanat lunt'a Ice house In lmmokali Fraud In DealW
Park. Is $4,000 C. Jernltan will build
of a $113,000 permit for Vanderbllt Beach. \ (AP) -Foimer '.
There were 3,869students enrolled 1" ttht9"; p ,Eu? a Port Royal residence. Wlggs Senate majority secretary
In the county's public and Maale will build It at 3025 Robeit G. (Bobln) Baker has
schools on opening day 1963 Fort Charles Drive for S.E. Hun. been' 81'11'I'"d| | with a $3S4,000
and during that year the peak kin, using plans drawn up by Benny Platt Arrested suit by a one-time business
enrollment\ jumped to almost architect Donald Nick. paitncr: Mrs. Gertiude C, No.
5,300 students. On opening dayin a.W. Wood Construction Co. yak
1962 3,496 students answ- contemplates building a $HOI6 Mrs. Novak, In the suit filed!

ered the school bell. The estimate - residence at 2333 Forest Lane Charged With Burglary In U.S. DIMil.t Court Friday< ,
31 for Walter Rudolphsen ArchU said Hiker "fiauilulenlly In.
Monday August ,
DON'T BE SURPRISED at some future date if you tent Is Walter Keller. timed' her to sell liei i part> of
Is the 4,200
considerably over get a cheery "Hi" from a young lady pedaling Rutenberg Construction Co. the Carousel Motel in Ocean
down the street on her unicycle. Shown is Miss took out two dwelling permits.One A series of burglaries of var. I City, Mil., for $184,000 less than
Other opening day enrollment will at 111 Eighth Ave. she would have io'et''I I If she
Carol Scherman a newcomer to Naples who will jo up lone business firms In East Na. '
figures show that 3,243 stud- be a junior at the Senior High this fall. She was nue South for Mathlas P. Bernard plea which have been plaguingthe hail sold it to a i l'I"HI'I'.tlV'1 1 |
ents appeared on opening day at an estimated cost of Sheriff's Department since Texas buyer .
1961 2,051 in Naples 700 In photographed maneuvering in an open corridor at $ltOOO. The other Rutenberg about July 1, appeared solved Mrs. Novak also inked for
Immokalee 258 In Everglades. the school but she's not likely to be seen goingto home will be built at 387 BowLine yesterday with the arrest of Ben. punitive dummies of 200000.

30 In Marco and 210 In St. and from class in this manner after school starts. Drive for Louis Jarodskjr ny Plait an East Naples' rest ,/ Named as" defendants In

Ann's Catholic School that year. See story. (NEWS photo) for $13,000. dent the nut are the &"//V.V Corp" ,
. The opening day total In 1960 Michigan Construction Co. Chief Deputy Sheriff Aubrey Baker's vending<< nil' blue. linn
. plans to construct a tll.OOOresl. Rogers reported that Platt was which bought the mIl eh Erne
t- was The 2910. ? Makes It Look Easy deuce at 280 Aqua Ctoirt for Arthur arrested early yesterday morn A J C. Turker'so'nfrlriotofherv.U'{ / "' a .
prospect forcomlnued re- Serfllng. A. Vernon Allenis ing In the establishment of Crea and tUker'e: law "rwrtnerj Mm.
ord breaking enrollmentsand making additions and alterations son's, Inc., East Naples by Deputy bCy Biker, also a Sen .U and a former .
the need for more class- totaling $13,440 at the home Sheriffs Ed Hunter and Oil. usW motel rmrlin'i and Mrs.

rooms and teachers looms a- Carol Takes Corners of Ben F. Merwin, 2483 Lantern ver Weatherholt Platt had apeparenlly Novak's bt.Klier,In Uw ,111I1 'H.
head In the light of new residential Lane.K returned to the sceneof ter.ln.law, Mr. and I Mrs. I>>n.
apartment and bus- and R Contractors will build an early breaking and enter. aid"I Novak who were '>ii)>Jlm
iness construction throughtout a 784.square foot addition costing paitnor In tin. CaiouMel oira,
the city and $7,000 at the home of Donald Ing.Deputy Rogers reported a long lion
The school enrollment figuresfor High On One Wheel Brackett, 5S8 Second Avenue S. \list of burjlarlesoccurrlng since
F.B. Schreck plans a $3,000 July In East Naples' and said BENNY PLATT
and Elementary -
Everglades High alteration Job at the homeof Platt had admitted rum In a few AroynrJTheWorJ
School is consideredan If you should see a young in the unicycle as a sixth grader G. E. Carroll, 1201 Spy. cases. Rogers said further In- apparently nothing was taken
excellent measuring stick of lady pedaling down the streetor when a friend gave her the glass Lane. vestlgatlon and evidence will pro. from Inside the building but a
continued population growth In highway on a unicycle first lessons in riding the tricky bably associate Platt with others. truck was stolen, and found later f
the county. Officials note that that's a onewheelerperhapscarrying vehicle. IN THE COUNTYA Myakka U P. Gas, Inc., was back of Shadowlawn School Paint f
the coun house was moved a of $102,250 week at the Collier entered on July 9 and reported was sprayed around In the build.,
bag grocerieson In school she the
log at the time of the latest en.
from entries at
Everglades and the Collier County building office boosted $200 missing. Other
a load of books under "
one "Sailor Circus. a high school said
Corporation moved Its offices the August total to $291,869 this firm were made on August try, Rogers
to all arm, and waving to you with organization and was a vet- with one business day remaining 7, $160 missing; August 12, $25 Other burglaries were report
In taking place the other, really it a not a eran member before movingto In the month.RESUOa missing and August 20, when ed over the pant few months by By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS
recent years. But the enrollment mirage. It's Miss Carol Scher Naples. She performed with Sealtest Milk Co, Bert Morris
of the high school and Standard 011 Station SouthernOil BEHI1N AP) A IB.year
man, 16, a newcomer to Naples. the group on numerous occas- ;
the grade school of 205 In 1961. Shadowlawn School 41-Drlve old East German youth died Sal.
You will have no cause for ions, occupying at times a ring ; ;
when the Weather Outlook In and Durrence urday In' a hall of bullets from
moves started jumped alarm for Miss Scherman Is by herself displaying her skillson 'with Pure OIL Var. East German border
to 217 In 1963 and Is expected a lous sums of money were report. guards aa
an expert on the one-wheel the unicycle.The he tried to flee to West Berlin A
Centrally fair through Bun- ed missing
to exceed that
this fall.\
vehicle and has been a circus one-wheel vehicle event- low cost companion; 23, reached the
day, few afternoon shower.
Enrollments by schools on opening The Collier County Real Ea.
performer the common West
ually High Sunday Hit II. Hr.l. late Exchange: was also hit and
day In 1963 were as Miss Scherman Is the daughter bicycle as her method of travel. WANT AD to West Berlin polite said the
follows Senior rrly 8 to IS mile wind. lost an Underwood portable type.
) Naples High two Marled
of Mr. and Mrs Howard young men to crawl
(Continued on page I) writer, a Remington adding ma-
School 486;NaplesJunlor High Scherman, residents now of chine, and a mimeograph ma through tallied wire on the East
620; Everglades 217; Dupont, Pine Ridge. Mr. Scherman will chine. These articles have not German ride l, of the Yellow Ca.
66; Immokalee High 261; Imm nal about :2 A.M. but they were
be the director of the Distributive Waterway Completed been recovered Rogers aald
okalee Elementary, 481; and Education SKilted| by the Ruurils.
program In the Deputy Rogers said the Sher. ,
The older es apse| Coned. his
Bethune 299.
high school this iff's Department had been work.
way through the wire, sod) al.
Each school Is expectedto The Schermans moved here ing "almost around the cloU"
though bII.Jh'ul made It across
show Increased enrollment from 5arasots the circus head New Town Investigating and keeping a close tu the other side Police fished
Being Born
figures with tomorrow's open- quarters of Rlngllng Brothers, check of the East Naples area the exhausted man out of the
to apprehend the
Ing. Miss Carol became interested attempting par. water
ty or parties Involved In the
burglaries This close sur.
,' velllance has been conducted RANGOON, Burma (AP) _
r 1 Just West Of OchopeeBY steadily since: the rash of bur. Gun, Ne Win's,, military govern
glarles started In July he said men! ha* arrested six. persons
When Platt was arrestedabout In Marwlulay after Buddhist un.

JUANITA WELDON feet on the Tamlami Trail. All and that the famous fishing of $8 In quarters and dimes were rent In that an-, lent Ity.
Trail lots are coned Commercial the Ten Thousand Islands Is In found In his posseslon which Ru.r.n Stlllrl'U sail the a< lion Friday
EVERGLADES .. Without fan. to provide chopping facilities the development's "bai yard". said,"probably"came from stemmed Mom last week's burn.
fare, the first major phase of a Multl.famll lots to provide for Mra. DUlle D. Smith Is sales the Coke machine at Shadowlawn lug of a newspaper by militant
Y new town of the near future for coops, condominiums and du. manager for Dewey Polly Real School which was broken Into Bu'l'lhtKts rci'orU'llv, provokedby
B Collier County Everglade plexea are adjacent to the com. ty in the Everglades area. last night He also carried a Insulting" remarks to the
Mat Shores, located on the Tam. mercial lots. Over "00 lots are flashlight bearing the name of Young Budlhlsta Association.The .
4irun. Uml! Trail one mile West of zoned for homesite, each rest Ronald Warded vice president the gas service firm government has warned)
? Ochopee completed their water. dentist lot Is directly on broad, of War.Mil, Inc., stated that the BwUhlst dertty that it will\ take
way, "Snook Canal". Started In deep canals. firm has purchased three acreson firm steps against hostile ae.
January blasting through fossil Dewey Polly Realty' Is In charge the western boundary of Ever. 70 Army Officers lions by monks

.h.U. llmerock and marl, the of sales with main office In Na. glide Shores and work has com. Arrested In Plot The six, II,ree of whom are
waterway reached Sable Bay at plea and offices In Everglades menced for their marina, Sea newsmen, will be brought be.
s the headwaters of Barron River and on Everglade Shore. Polly, way Harbor with the primary To Topple CastroMIAMI fore a commute" seeking to dot.
and Half.Way Creek, a connection a veteran developer In the Na. digging of boat 1111'|' Seaway ermine rea&",n'or' the unrest.
link through Chokoloskee Bay in. pies area, stated that Everglade Harbor will feature wet and dry (AP)}-Seventy Cuban
to the Gulf of Mexico. Shores Is "unique" in that It Is storage, charter boats and a army officials have been ar. TOKYO (AP) CommunistNorth
nY. Everglade Shores Is the first only I and /i hours from Miami, building to house ball and tackle, ruled in a plot to topple Fidel Nona announced Saturday
waterfront development In the as well aa sundry store. Com. Cut rei. government Spanish It had staged a welcoming cere
county, In the Everglades area pletlon date Is to be within 24 speaking radio station WFAD mony for South Korean soldierwho
Waterfront Development Co. are Nikita Lashes months, however rdell said said Friday night allegedly defected.
the developers, with Kenneth B. that they hoped to be in limited The conspiracy to lake over A broadcast by the official
Welnier as president. operation by the winter season Cuba's government was discovered North Korean radio Identifiedhim

War.MU, Inc. have the contractfor China War Talk Purchases of homtsltes have said the radio by Castro as LI tun Jong, and said he
been made by local people on a
agents pretending to take partIn had been given a sum of moneyas
digging over 10,000 feet of BtNSKA BVSTRK, Ciecho.slcvaku pre-development discount basis. the plot. a reward for defecting
canals In Unit I, there are three CAP) Premier Khru. The greater Miami area Is also
units In all, 322 acres Total ahcher condemned Saturday CM. reported showing interest In pur.
amount of canals in the devel. Mae dogma that only war will chasing for the "secondary vaca.lion' TIDES OSLO Norway ( >) ANorwegian
opment Is 37,100 feel Unit 1 achieve world, ommunlsnt and type home due lo the Inca archeologist says a
Plat on Everglade Shores was said, "we cannot imagine that tlon with Us fishing and boating Hlh Lewam. tiny spinning wheel dlcovered In
filed, and approved by Collier Communist society could be in the Ten Thousand Island. Newfoundland Is proof that
County Commiasloners In Fed. built on the debris of elvlllza. Minimum square feet for p.... a... p.ss.4if. Norse explore LIlt Erlcson
urary 1904. A 110 per cent per. tlons." homes exclusive\ of carports J 30 4:1a l I.3S Ili3 11.00 discovered America five centuries .

n_,__ formance Bond on streets and Khrushchev lathed the fled and garages is 800 square feet. ;U,. 31 123 1:3: 1:10 before Columbus.The .
NEA canals was given by waterfront Chinese for sowing doubt and Welmer stated that Everglade }Sept | (:4* 10.01 |2.3I: 2:39.pt. archeologist, Anneaineingstad
( Telephoto) Dev. Co. to the Commission distrust In the socialist! coun. Shores will have central water 2 11:1' 10.S1: 2.28 ':U dug up the wheel Aug.
UNWELCOME GUEST-Miami! Beach. Fla. always has the Streets will be dedicated to the tries and said "they will not system and a sewage treatment *3t 11:28 14. The wheel, about' anqinchwide
lept. 3 : : 1.41: 4:42
glad.hand out for tourists. That gal Cleo, though she can County upon completion. live to see the day' when they plant which will provide city fa. and made of soapetone.
get lost Photo shows some of the damage left on Collins Everglade Shores will contain can split the Communist move cUttles In the development in Add e.t dear fee Mara arrived here this week in a.tl-
Ate after the hurricane' visit. approximately 800 lots.wttb ',IIGO went the heart of the "Last frontier." .A<4 MI* hoer, Naples Bay bridge Pratt



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2 COUNTYNEWJ. N.plw. fl.. Sundty. Au utt JO l4 J

Pick Brownell ;"i! Big Day For County Teachers

To Run

City Of Brotherly Love Drive For Votes ro.J'IIt. -. Into -

NEW YORK (AP)- Herbert \

Rocked Race Brownell Jr., former attorne
By Rioting general and Republti an nation t Of
al chairman, will manage the

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Netro swered a ...rpjl$ :to 'remove a re-election Kenneth B. campaign Keating, the of Sen.New

rioting and l looting broke stalled car, occupied by Negroes York Times said today. Cleo,
out In a wide area of Phlladel. } )rom an Intersection. The Times said also that former dealing
phla's north side Friday night V The wife of the driver, Mrs. Gov. Thomas E. Dewey softy
and continued sporadical. tnto Odessa Bradford, 34, of Philadelphia has been enlisted to make the was
Saturday morning. t I protested when polIte nominating speech for Keatingat turda\ i
Roving band* 'of Negroes beta to move the car. In the the Republican(, state committee lust
most of them teen-aicers, argument, police said, she meeting here next Mon. The
mashed'wfn'dows, l looted stores, punched an officer and was ar. ; a path
threw bottles and stones from rested on assault and battery day.Atty.. Gen. Robert F. Kenne- the
roof tOPI and attacked police- charges. day Is expected to get the Dem. parts
men. Looting was widespreadand Bystanders moved In on the ocratlc nomination to oppose was
damage extensive. police as they tried to take her Keating at the party's state 1\" er, the
The crowds hooted and jeered to the police station. They ra. convention here the following T that the
Negro leaders who asked them dloed for help. Bradford himself severe
to halt the disturbances. was not arrested. day.Brownell has been out of poll, : a few
Police Commissioner Howard Rioting spread throughout the tics since he resigned Presl. \ ;; tween
R. Leery In personal charge at four-square-m le slum area, and dent Elsenhower's attorney gen. rence,
the Icene, had 700 helmeted policemen additional police moved In. Per. eral in 1937. and has concentrate \ ''i tornado
carrlng riot sticks, In haps two thirds of the city's eSt ed on the practice of law with aNew >."C 4;': ton, S.C.The who paiticlpated in the
ttmated officials
the 600,000 Negroes live In T\ CITY AXD! SCHOOL
area but sporadic looting York City Firm. Brownell
continued for hours after day. pus section, most of them In row 60, managed one of Dewey's WATER FOR TOKYO-Fac. dropped ,\'." 1(11' tL'ad1el' 111.tintt held Thursday fl'OI11 I.'ft nl'e : Leo
break. Leary said the rioting tenements tightly packed Into 1 successful campaigns for gov. ing one of the worst droughtsto hour s(' !. boal'd; ,'hnll'n1l1l.;;! I1l'\\'l'\ l'ol1 LlllflISSUhl% 'hail'l11an : Archie I
"was the work of hoodlums." every available space There ernor, In 1942, and his unsuc hit Tokyo, housewivesmust hit 'nor. Napl.s. MaunV I>. Ifcvnold: iup.Miiiteiu1nt) of schools ,
Thirty two policemen were In. was took no estimate In the of how many cessful campaigns for presi. line up to get tightly from James It. Adams, school board attornev
jured, one suffering skull fra('. part disturbance. dent in 1044 and 1948. He also rationed water from water Beach.
ture. Civilian casualties totaled Mayor James H. J. Tale In. was a major figure In winning trucks. To relieve the short. More -
95.! Arrested 102 adults and terrupted his vacation to meetIn the somewhat rain -
weri) presidential nomination for age the govern.
8 juveniles, all Negroes. Most of emergency session with his Eisenhower over the late Sen. ment is constructing two night,
the Injured were released after cabinet at City Hall.Commissioner Robert A. Taft of Ohio In 1952. canals to bring water into paging
treatment In hospital emergen. Leary ordered the city. of wind _
cy wards. every offduty policeman to re., the
n was the first major Negro port Immediately to the riot be -I
disturbance In Philadelphia this area.

summer and, as had been the Viet Crises Forces TaylorTo
pattern elsewhere, It started HOODLUMS 100
over a comparatively minor In. Leary said the rioting was the ,
cldent. Negro policemen an. work of a "hoodlum element."

to"We be policed realize the for area many will days have" Cancel Return To U.S. New

he said. "We'll be prepared."

EXCLUSIVE* AT RR The rioting began about 10 WASHINGTON (AP) The leader. Khanh was forced during More __
p.m. Friday. As dawn broke to. United States Is reported urging rioting earlier this week to I visiting
day, It lit up t bizarre icene. South Viet Nam's disputing surrender some of the Increased I I the
Our SpecialIndividuality Negroes were standing In the leaders to put their differences powers he had assumed less: ern /
street as far as the eye could on Ire as rapidly as possible and than two weeks earlier.A after / I
see. There were many women get on with what the United power struggle between the I caulted %
in. . and children. In size, It looked States considers the overridingtask Buddhist and Catholic factions,,I ment
like a Christmas shopping of prosecuting the anti. along with war weariness and I All
crowd, except that everywhere Communist war.Ambassador apprehension among student: 20 local
GIFTS stores had broken windows. Maxwell D. Tay. groups that a new dictatorship I
INTERIORSNow Broken glass was strewn on lor has canceled his scheduled was In the works, lies behind I sent In
streets and sidewalks. return to Washington this week. the continuing turmoil and the I went
The business district on end for consultations to remainIn resulting governmental instability. ., against
Columbia Avenue, between 12th Saigon and keep in close feet.Police
Open and 15th streets, looked as If It touch with the South Vietnam. But: officials said that, under
FURNISHEDMODEL had been ripped by a hurricane. ese government crisis. His ma. present circumstances, they see, lasted
Merchandize dropped by looterswas jor purpose is to press for a res. no prospect for any approach, sparked
everywhere. Policemenwere olutlon of differences quicklyas whatever to a negotiated settle.
In strung out by the hundreds possible. ment of the South Vietnamese
GULF TOWERS during the morning on Columbia Top officials here say that the conflict between U.S. backed I Raritan
Ave. but looting bands of Ne. government crisis In Saigon so government forces and Communist eastern --
APARTMENTS groes marched In and out of the far has not upset the fight guerrillas supported by part of CHEFS EXTRAORDINARY Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry (c) andMaor
battered stores as soon as they against the Communist Viet Red China and North Viet Nam.
:: Archie Tinner (I') prepaied a bailuuie for about 2.10: ( Collier
felt a policemen was not watch. Cong guerrillas. They cited ft. The estimate of top ornelal.lsthat j stopped
Ing. Crowds smashed store win. gures which Indicated govern. at the moment, the Red i the Countr teachers and otlu'is Tliuisd.u i>u>iunjr. At left is Geoijre
dows that had not been brokenIn ment military operations were Chinese consider that the VietCong their Powell, \'ice piesidont of the Fiist National Bank of Naples, leady to
*e 1SotJlte.JiJ the night. continuing.But operations are going reaonably from lend n hand with the cooking rhoios. The bank win sponsor I of the
Several fires were set during there U concern that if well. They are, there., routine second annual baibtuie held for tctuh"in'
'-' a the night. A hat shop was looted the crisis, which has been fore, believed to be In no mood I fOI"I'
h I "I.i"lnQ1 and then set afire. Five police marked by violent rioting In for negotiation unless the United:
cars were overturned and many, some of the principal South States Is prepared to negotiateItself 2
" IS90 Third1 St. So. others had broken windows or '<{Vietnamese cities, continues too out of the countryk.nd let (
Member dented bodies. One taxicab was long It may have a serious Im. the Communists take over.It ,. ,
upset and set afire part on the military struggle Is considered significant Two ,,' i
American Institute In the latest in a series of gov. here that since the U.S. retaliatory :
Interior Designers mental changes, a "commit. attack on PT boat bases in t day '
NOBODY RAN AGAINST ANNIE tee of unification" was esta. North Viet Nam earlier this I clock :
FLKTON, Ky. (AP) Miss blished In South Viet Nam Satur. month, there has been no significant (4 .
Annie Mold Wells who retired day to replace the ruling Military buildup of Communist'. Rufus
after Revolutionary Council. forces in North Viet Nam nor
36 year I' circuit court It ran
The committee will include any evidence that Red leadenwish I
MPLE.s"CEATRE clerk in Todd Counly, found it tie rod
to the
Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, con. intensify war.
fairly easy to public office. ,
Idered by the United States as If there is to be any change In I which
She had
opposition in only one
probably the nation's ablestLET'S Red China's intentions toward I Trail :
of her mx race, I )h
Southeast Asia, this probably r was
would be reflected, Washington I James
officials say, In negotiations or I Jack
the struggle In Laos at a conference ,,, Road,
Period Of- GROw Togetherby Paris.scheduled for next week In I 1220


SUN.MON.TUES 6'KP $ Three FatesIn at 7:50

) mythology, the Fates of .
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DEBORAH KIRI HAYIEY MILLS< spin and cut the thread of life. just

Jowyl.esuri! WENDELL F. PETERSON, New Owner Of the Three fates Clothowas FULL PLATE of baibecued ,'jh"lnd all the trimmings were ready for
the spinner, Lachesis de. to teacheis attending the climax of the all day county-wide teachers
cided how long it to be
was >
NAPLES GARDEN SPOTNow and Atropos cut the thread I brust meeting held Thuisdav at the high school. The scene shows part of
mcw..cosorWED.THUR.FRI with shears car.and hit (' sen ing)

$75 to -
SAT Is the time for you to start planning to the Coining CRUISINGIS
and preparing for the "gardening season", which Robert 3 New TeachersAt WONDERFUL
Chills To
..... will start In another month or two. The Import. EvergladesThe I FREE FOLDERS LISTING'
f..1h Bilig. ant matter of soil fumigation to rid the soil of No Police NEWS I 'ALL,WINnl SPRING
photographer fall
and weeds well their seeds, nematodes *r..m4 .... Mtlrf, Pacific, *'"..
grasses as as ed to get a picture of the
: dW- # r film -\co (AP)-A |" I Iceman new 10''.", M>.,Mrr......, S, AM""
.hjI.trlOol' : and soil plant diseases must be done wellin made. as he wjti lied the teachers at Everglades for theback.to.scllool .>_u.I l I,,_ t c."....***

AfldDLNiGhT advance of actual planting. That means getting line \outhful human ture will be printed issue,In but the a near pic AROUND THE WORLD TRAVE

.,'....,tt..U'II'UIIIII : your soil ready this month for planting next raudolph Street future The new teachers are: ; 147 CATALONIA AVI
............................ month. WOODq4sjfle4hId. optics Chlrago Frlda\ Raymond Upton, who will teach 'I COeUOASLI5
optics girls were Injured, when English and social studies; Bruce .N a s.OisO _cot
DOWFUME MC-2 and VAPAM ar" the two SALII'SUNWICII crowd shoved them Bierman, science and physical Tel.,..... e U5 2555 I'Fecel
a plate glass window. education and coach; and Miss Travel Cevise speetsisN
most effective materials available, and we have theatre had sold 5,000 ad- Bonnie Brooks, home economicsand
them In stock. Come In and get complete information I tickets. physical education '

'rt'.AIL DRIVE IN While you're here you can also Beatles will be In Chicago Lake Park had only one new LETS .,: .
THEATRE a week from toda\ addition to the faculty this year,
\f. pick up your free copy of our GARDEN GUIDE, Acre Acres Acras bring Yen man1 John Burns a transfer from Im.

AUGUST 10th I..t'. specially written for south Florida gardeners, and to the poll' e depart mokalee. rAtKd ':

SUN.MON giving you the best bets In annuals for fall and either. vII

winter In this part of the country. )': Vlvll. Ou
KNI Value of the Week

I Those new sewers ,that the city and manyof I By Any ( Did you know that in

you property owners have put in are going i I EXCELLENT COMMERCIAL FRONTAGES 1960 college granted close

to be a big Improvement, but they have been i to 65,000 mailer's de.
on Tamiami Trail, south of Seventh
PLUS IICOND HAtUKI areas rather now hard while on lawns.there's Why plenty not of reseed natural those moist A UNIQUE' ' 1:1(1: ] North $$35,000 Av. *ireeiT II only In 70 1890 for the the figure nation

Tamiami . That there an
frontage on Trail, west of Gordon
I it started? We have the seed -
I CKAI6: ture to get Bridge $25,00000 four kind of odor In
_!rill! Pensacola and Argentine Bahia, or Bermuda, as a broad lenne they .re:
I I tAli well as a "Naples Special" 6-6-6 30% organic: tfcotl choice commercial properties for sale on Acid, burnt, fragrant and

fertilizer, blended for this area by Wilson end Road and Fifth Avenue South "prylie . That statiititi .
On. Acre Lake Front and how stoat horn
Toomer Co.
PRI-SAT "" accident happen In the
Sale In Suburban .
SEPTEMBER. 4th 51hrin1&lm ,. :D1 + kitchen (and we're not
Roy Smit "1' h < Peaking snidely .? mii'

I This Is the spot to watch for news end Information f l TOR t' ;.... Cues) . .
on gardening In Naples, and this is ; REA L _SIIm-ta ,FORLE' .
p ,. tt., All the king's scholars
the to materials . T.I
those .
spot buy gardening Pine >:w. and an the king's profs

1 could not put together s
C Plus UCONO FIATUdl urwrwOM $ !! FOENT: fetter policy U _Ht all

k muaiKiuiBMm/ UOIIMUIPHTTHGI>rrMJI I ; ..;: \'>:: jrw Becds than VIVIAN:-
l' Garden OGC. Realtor, 821 Fifth
Naples Spot Created by Collier !
QwcKCunJ ROY SMITH, Realtor Aenue gout- For every
Phone Ml 2.2131 HO Tsmlaml teed return . see U'
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(:OUIift COUNTYNEWS. NpU, FU. Sund.y. A.,..* )0 .W4 3 ---

t BOOKS at your I.. _

; Sunshine SupreX has the kind of ;
$ +
: Library w quality and economy that my grandma

>' )! Y .. n 1 would have appreciated) \ Wtw: her heart!

The following new books were The Life of Riley, Anthony Cron.
friendliness and( old time coury -
recently added to the collection In; The Disturber, US. David. And the
,,f the Collier County Free Pu. son; Bugles and Brass, George
blic Library Garland; 1 Never Promised You '; t(1 -well! It's just like in grandma's!
a Rose Garden, Hannah Green; p '.
FICTIONThe Second Time Round, Clifford \ you're trading with your home folks! i
Silence of HerondaleJoan Hanley.
Aiken; The French Bride,Evelyn The Third Day, Joseph Hayes;
tnthom; The Golden Keel, Des The Two Faces of January, Pa. !i i'
mond Bagley; Those Harper Wo trivia Hlghsmlth; Things as They I .. .
Paul Horgan Mission In r w r ,
men, Stephen Birmingham; The Are, ; 1. 1. r
Hound of Earth, Vance BourJal. Gumeo, Stanley F. Hough; The
1 1., SnoIn the River, Carol Blue Max, Jack D. Hunter; An
Brink\ ; Vendetta for the Saint, Honorable F.etatfO, L*". I("uff.
I. ">lle Charterls; Widows and mann; Not In the Calendar, Mar.
Imiials, Louise F. cooper ; garet Kennedy; Sometimes a
Great Notion, Ken Kesey; The Iw
Curved Saber, Harold Lamb;
Osiris Died In Autumn, Sarah
Langley; The Stone Angel, Mar.
Caret Laurence; May Wine on
Brooklyn Heights, Robert Leary; M
The Incongruous Spy, John Le
Carre; The Virgin Market, C.Y.
Lee Leslie.; The Rope Bridge, Cecllle ji jie

The Pond, Robert W. Murphy;
The Last Tallyho, Richard New.
hater; Along That Coast, JohnPeter. SAFE AND SECURE: In the arms of shelterol.
The Map on the Ceiling, unteer. Mrs James I. Cochiun,. JI'.IIt'l' these two
John Pierce; The Q Document,
James Hall Roberts; Never No affectionate puppies who hold the title of "Ani
More.Shirley Seifert; This Rough mals of the Day" at the Humane Society of :Naples. .
Magic, Mary Stewart; Withdraw These two pups, described as 2 months old.
Thy Foot, Cld R. Summer; The short-haired, black, brown and white, arrived
Thy Foot, Cld R. Sumner; The from Immokalee with six brothers and sisters.
Soul of Kindness, Elizabeth Tay. Three have been adopted and the remaining. five '
lor; Blffen's Millions, P.O. Wo. are still waiting for good homes They have all

dehouse. been bathed, groomed\ and wormed, and may be !
NONFICTION seen at the shelter between 12 and 3 p.m. daily.

. . t :
Heywood. ,
stun' v. .ruar"AR'w&lr, :'LTa': :
RELIGION The Shadow of His yaw
Wings; Wllla Glbbs. :
eight Witnesses, A.M.Rosenthal;
Letters from the Peace Corps, NEW S
Iris Luce, (ed.) ; In the Midstof BY DIANE POWERS,

Plenty, Ben H. Bagdlklan; ........,.. "'.. -;,;.,;..- . '-.........-.--...... ...., I
Stepchild In the Family, Anne j jI
W. Simon; The WeekendersMax Well. It certainly looks as II f Florida at Gainesville Saturday,, 1 'I '
Gunlher; Equality In America, the kids made the fishing this i and Margaret Johnson will rotun i I
Alan P. Grimes; Gideon's Trum. week. Howard Rhine, 11 years home In time for school. Mar :
pet, Anthony Lewis; The Hidden old, caught seven snook. Buddy garet has been sending a month I :
Face of Free Enterprise,John R. Elkins, age nlnecaught one.Theyhave with her sister and biother-ln. -
Bunting; The Angel and the Ser. been fishing from the Is. law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams. aia.i
pent, William E. Wilson; The land docks. All fish caught by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Flour am
Great Design, Cornelia Meigs; these two boys were over the (friends Mr. and Mrs. Stewart r; SWIFT'S
The Death Penalty In America, regular 18 Inches. of Mol Itlolnd, visited the Itogei
Hugh Adam Bedau (ed))< The Mak. Word has been received from Johnson. at Marro
Ing of Justice, James E. Clay. Mr. and Mm. Robert Griffis Miss Lois Howard and Mn PREM 39C
ton; American IntergovernmentalRelations that they arrived safely In Puer. Roger Johnson attended the ex: CANt
W. Brooke Graves; to Rico forthelr vacation. They exutlve meeting of the Committee
Your Future In Beauty Culture, arrived Just In time for the Parent Teachers Group a t
Richard L. Gelb,; A Complete boarding .up that came as a the home or Mrs Roy Rimes In LIBBY'S CORNED
Guide to the Accredited Correspondence result of oncoming Hurricane Goodland.
Schools,Alice M.Flem Cleo. However the hurricane Mrs. Chris Doxsee, daughter TROPICALLOftGALORANGE
Ing.NATURAL passed them by. Debbie, and son Dennis left Mar BEEF HASH
SCIENC ES: Life Be. At the Islander Motel this past co on August 8th for a vacation,
yond the Earth, V.A. Flrsoff; week were Mr. and Mrs. Ovid long to be remembered. Mrs. 384
Elementary Surveying,W.C.Tay. Barnet and fanrly, The oldest Doxsee and: children stayed InFramlnghamMass.for DRINK 3
lor; The World of Natural HI. son, Randy, caught a 15.pound one weed .. *<
lory as Revealed In the American snook while fishing from the with her aunt. She also visited "
Museum of Natural History,John Islander dock. her grandparents, In Townspml.
Richard Saunders; Blueprint for Mr. and Mrs. S.N. Simpsonand Vt. Mrs. Doxsee also toured the
Life, Julius Fast;Strangest Crea. sons from Coral Gables were city of Washington D.C., and
tures on Earth, Edward M.Wey.er also guests of the Islander. The visited the Arlington Cemetery, BEST OF
(ed.) The Book of Bird Life, Simpsons had a very nice catchof while staying with her brother.
A. A. Allen; Zephyr Charlotte fish. Mrs. Doxsee and family return
Truepeny; The Year of the Gor. Also staying at the Islander ed home last Sunday. MEATS for
Lila, George B. Schaller. were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown
Again, at APPLIED SCIENCES: World's and family from Immokalee.Miss SCHOOL NEWS
fairs, Roberta F. Roesch;; The Bonnie Johnson will be Mrs. Roger Johnson, driver of
this LowPRICE Science Book of Modern Medl. returning to the University of the school bus which operates MILES Around!
clues Donald G. Electronics -- here on Marro
Cooley; reported that she
Robert Wells; Garden. has brought the s hool bus bark
Ing without Poisons, Beatrice T. Peter Throckmorton; Along the from storage In Naples
Hunter; Horses of Today, Mar. Ridge, Edward Streeter; The Reporting back to school at MUSSIEMAN'SAPPLESAUCE
garet SelfDog; Lovers'DogBook, Earth Rests Lightly, Aline Grlf. Tommie Bar field Clementar
That's rightl! Arthur F. Jones; Stalking the flth; The Growth of American School this year will be I Mar
Never, Blue-eyed Scallop,Euell Gibbons; Thought, Merle Curt; We, the and Judy Howard, Theresa Bud.
The Hairdo Handbook, DorotheaZ. People, Lonnelle Alkman; Wash. dy and Howard Elklns Br an -
NEVER AGAIN Hanle; How to Build Your Ca. Ington, D.C. Robert E. Small. Jones, David Johnson, Law red 22S-OI. t7y
will you be ableto bin or Modern Vacation Home, man; Ice, Ships and Men, John Jr. and Chester Pettit, Keith
Harry Walton. Euller. Thompson, and Dennis and Donna '
buyBRAND a
FINE ARTS: The Art of Bur. HISTORY: The Secret Batta. Doxsee. A new entri to the first
NEW ma, Korea, Tibet, Alexander B. lion, Michael J. Bird; The Fort. grade this year Is Debbie IXixscf,. I STOKELEY'S All GREEN
1964 COMET Griswold; Record Houses of 1964, ress That Never Was, RodneyG. All children listed 1 ome from
Architectural Record; Clay in the Mlnott; Life In Stuart Eng. Marco Others attend from Coo<1. Asparagus Can 27cSTOKELEY'S
It today'sIoW Classroom, George Barford; land, Maurice Ashley; A Faml.
LOW, LOW Quilting as a Hobby Dorothy ly of Islands, Alex Waugh; The father, Robert T. Bower i
prices, as we Bright bill; Complete Guide to Seafarers, Robert Carse; Dear (lied In sweepstakes howllnr Sui
011 Fainting, Ernest Flene;; Tudor President Johnson BUI Adler day night for first places In the WHOLETomatoes
clear the floorto History of Painting In 1000 (comp.t Committee of Vigilance, mixed league. S
make room for Color Reproductions; Living with George Stewart.BIOQRAplIYI. The Corwin Shells wome, steam fVr" 2 ,?;49c
the 1965'.. a Camera, AlexanderSpoerlGolf; The Little King came In .econd In the We ;
lessons from Sam Snead, Bailey dom Hughie Call: My Aunt Max. nesday, night league at Biouk
We've still gota Campbell. Ine, Diane Forbes. Robertson; side Bowl just one.half warms HEINZ 11'/'! Ot, J.r
few Comet LITERATURE: But for Whom The Professional, William S. out of first place. The team
2-doors 4-doors Charlie S.N. Behrman; Mama White; LBJ, Clarke Newlan; The consists of Katie Johnson.Gwer Hot Dog & Hamburger
Made Minks, Sara Sandberg; To President's Lady, Marl Smith; Bower, Louise Lockrldge NenaEllis. ,
and a Comet Number Our Days, Pierre Van Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Katie Johnson won the
station wagon Paassen The Deputy, Rolf Hocn. Queen, Lllluokalanl; Magnificent sweepstakes Wednesda night. r RELISH
and ALL havea huth; The Moment of Wonder, Masquerade, Charles KeatsThe; 2STilE *
Richard Lewis (ed.). Shortest Route to Paradise, S
2 yearwarranty TRAVEL i Trekka Round the George D.A. Ward; Carl Sand Expect Ruling
or World, John Guzzwell; Kodoku, burg, Richard Crowder; Thomas Monday On WritIn
Kenlchl Hone; The Lost Ships, Wolfe Bruce McElberry 5
24,000 ,
Powers Case
whichever comes ,
flOl.'STON. Tex (AP)-\ fed.
first. Finance eral court ruling Is scheduled COMPLETEPRODUCE
rates are "J..y /ut,1 I Sir see Monday on a petition aimed at .r
preventing Melvin Lane Pow.
LOW, TOO. . INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL era' return to Miami, where isis MARKETin
with up to charged In the June 30 da>.
37V4 monthsto Pri. < MI 2.3696 1175 Pine Sr. Naples Fla. Ing tier.of millionaire Jacques Stow NAI'LESFANCY

pay.Remember. Gov. John Connally has signedan
order of extradition but at.

we need the Just A Phone Ml Away beat torney corpus for petition Powers In filed an effort a ha.

room so to block the extradition.

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:-.,\ : ,. ?! BY RALPH W LOEW, DD
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:0..1'I I ? Enterprise. Assn
I. SUNDAY AUGUST 30. 1964 I : Newspaper

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.. 1.1- { For Pete's Sake, Drive Carefully groups Almost of Jewish 1000 years people areas were ago,

r i. ::If: ing down Eighth Street when three small CpfNfoN crowded and forced into to segregated Jive there per un

School starts on Monday and hun boys on bicycles, one carrying a fishing der duress Ghettoes European w

dreds of Collier County youngsters will pole, rounded the corner a short distance tory.sisted Crowded through, dirty and de

joyfully return to the classrooms they so ahead without any thought to approaching riled many facilities, hose \

; unwillingly and regretfully left around traffic. One of the trio, who maybe who lived culture in these and areas a fierce de Qr it

three months ago. It is to the undying too young to attend school couldn'tquite desire veloped for a freedom.

credit of these boys and girls that they control his bike and rode into the The last ghetto was outlawed .

have bravely and uncomplainingly forced back wheel of a companion's bike They in 1870 continued but great to

themselves to stay away from school dur both fell to the pavement at a spot which live groups in of these people centuries.old

ing the vacation period and, very likely we estimated would have been lust areas. The houses of those people of all classes, all I

under duress, pretended to enjoy sleep- about in front of our car had we not been who lived there caught fire colors, all groups. It expressed
and with both fJ j,5 1 easily and were frequentlylaid such rigid and hardened attitudes .
ing late every morning, playing games driving slowly, carefully waste by conflagrations. that you might as well

throughout the day, or fishing, swim eyes peeled to see which half of the A visit to Warsaw and Amsterdam try to give a blood transfusionto

ming and otherwise wasting time in road I the happy trio would select. As it reveals remnants of a boulder as to try to come I

childish How brave they happened, they decided to fall in the half these original ghettoes. and let us reason together:'
pursuits. very kind of ghetto
Now another As William Barrett In hit I
have been. that was just about smack in the middleof has seen the flames and the study of man has Insisted,

Anybody who believes any part of the street. violent conflagration. In Harlem man is willing to learn about

the above paragraph can take pride In As we sat there at a dead standstill, an area of 3.5 miles of himself only after some disaster
there Is a concentration "What he learns hu |
the certain knowledge that they havea wondering if the tads could untangle their most of them
THE DRIVER WHO IGNORES 232,000 persons, always been there, being eon
large hole In their head. Either thator legs and the bicycle wheels without help, Negroes. Similar concentra cealed beneath the surface ot

kids have changed drastically In the oncoming drivers also stopped and THE NEED FOR CAUTION lions varying degrees existIn even the best-functioning societies
American cities. No
waited. But down the street from the direction OPEN most ; It Is no less true for
past few hours, which is doubtful. '_ i WHEN law compels these residentsto having come out of a periodof
of Fifth Avenue came three cars It Is rather economic
Youngsters who enjoy school are scarcer live there. chaos and disaster But so

than hen's teeth and that's pretty traveling at what appeared to be well necessities that create long as man does not have to

scarce Indeed. over the 30 mile per hour speed limit the The ghetto.tragic riots and illegalviolence face do up to" the truth, he will

Without even blowing their horns, they frighten cities and not so.
But whether they enjoy school or not, None of us are compelledto
boys and girls will be heading back went by without slackening speed in the only underline the basic live in these ghetto areas
:: :,. : '' needs. There is no Justification -
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there on Monday. This means that tads slightest. We could not but wonder what : : : :AF5 for the violence. Thereis of our thoughts. None of us

the three drivers thinking about social are forced to have narrow,
on bicycles, teenagers on scooters, and were the need to solve the twisted areas of such attitudes .

even some of the "older crowd" In auto- and what was of such dire importancethat Honest South Viet Leader TheWorld situations which I are illus As Rabbi Heschel once
trated by the violence.
mobiles will be dashing around )he they could not spare a few secondsto Ghettoes are always bad. stated, "The greatest heresyis

streets on their way to or from school. slow down? Apparently they were r Gets a Tough Job Done TodayBy Yet there Is another kind of despair, despair of mam'
for goodne. s, man i
accustomed to standing dead ghetto, namely, the ghetto power
Strangely enough, they seem to travelat seeing cars "''" Jesse Marlowe for love."
BY RAY CROMLEY think power
or ghetto way
the same speed toward schoolas still on both sides of a street and had Associated Press It is this which is on
going .. ashlngton Correspondent ing, that is as bad. It is the power
they do getting away from it In the no time to wonder why Newspaper Enterprise Assn ATLANTIC CITY N.J. AP)Insistence that nothing can the side of humanity. It is
.. what the Old the expression of this power,
afternoon.The Fortunately, the little boys got them President Johnson and Sen be done. It is
selves unwound from their without Hubert H. Humphrey, in accept Testament called hardness of this willingness to transcendhis
point of this which we WASHINGTON old and reach out to
piece NBA
-( )-Eight months ago Capt. Pham!. ing the Democratic presidentialand heart. past
write each year about this time even stepping into the path of the passingcars. Van Kiet was appointed chief of the Khiem Ich District of vice presidential nominations It coalesces into a crowded, a new community of understanding .

though we have doubt that it But one can only wonder how those Dinh Tuong Province south of Saigon. have taken a line unique dimensioned area of the mind which is one of
grave drivers would have felt if the kids HAD We met in a restaurant someplace in South Viet Nam with In this generation all of the emotions and attitudes mans greatest assets for
does the slightest good, is to advise Collier two of my acquaintances who had been with him as guerrilla Without saying It flatly, they and there along the good. It is tragic I to have

County motorists to drive carefully stumbled or fallen in front of them A fighters in the early war years made the point that their fight narrow, dirty streets of prejudiced ]- ghettoes of residence In our

and avoid hitting these youngsters as wounded, bleeding child is not a sightone Eight months ago," a Vietnamese government official had In this campaign la not ao much thinking, refuses to cities. It is equally tragic to
wishes to if little told me, "it sometimes cost a man 100,000 piasters (roughly with the Republican party as see what can be done in any have ghettoes in our attitudes
they careen about on their vehicles. This see particularly a $2,500)) to get the district chiefs job In Khiem Ich District. with the supporters of Sen. Bar. constructive way. towards one another This is

sometimes requires some fancy dodging, common sense and a few seconds of time "Farmers had to pay bribes to get service from officials ry Goldwater. Ghetto thinking affectsa not the time for such despair.

too. can prevent it. Justice depended on whom you knew. The tax collected froma In doing this they sought to
drivers will farmer was related to whether he had official friends. The make the Democratic party -
Collier be well
But dodging, coming to a dead stop, County military service required of a youth depended on whom his by calling it a "people's party"and man with his eyes on the fu. soon, and to what degree, Gold.
or driving completely off the road Is advised to drive with special care duringthe friends were. a "national party" a water starts to butt heads with

preferable to hitting a youngster. A months ahead when school is in session "The government army would periodically move in and rallying point for all anti-Gold ture.The more earthy Humphrey him directly Coldwater has not
the and round up the youth by force, commandeer homes, steal chickens < water forces In or out of the Re talked of the here and now, In been reluctant to do this In the
clear conscience and of mind particularly so in morning
peace are rape the wives. publican party. this case the fight against Cold past.But
worth a great deal more to a body than afternoon hours when kids are going to "The 40-man local militia would not fight. Many young But if Johnson and Humphrey water whom he named byname while Johnson refrained

the Ignominy,thaftmay be connected with or from school'.Being a few minutes lat, people regularly fled to the Communists. follow the technique they used Like Johnson, Humphrey from directly mentioning Gold.
Virtually the district outside My Tho City Thursday night at the Demo- was gentle on the Republicans water by name, he made state'
'chKktning out when faced with a.i 'Is. preferable to. liymg with a guilty conscience was under Viet Congicontrol.It was considered one of the cratic convention, Johnson will aa a party. ments which could not be interpreted ,

kid obviously, and perhaps even delib- worst Viet Cong areas of South Viet Nam." be making lofty speeches with Item by Item he mentioned aa anything but swipes at

So for Pete's sake ( ) drive out direct name-calling while major program approved by the Arizona senator.
erately driving riding like maniac. or Susy's ,
or a
CAPT. PIIAM VAN KIET Is short excitable '' "
a man Humphrey tries to hit Goldwat Congress In the past few years The contest today, Johnson
Friday afternoon this writer was driv carefully who does not hesitate to go straight to a deputy prime min.Ister er between the eyea. In which he said Democrats and said, "Is not between liberals

of South Viet Nam and argue his points Looking angry, Johnson was mild, talking of Republicans joined forces while and conservatives, party and
JlJIJIJIJIIJIJIJIIJIJI( * * JIIJlllJIIJIIJIIJIIJII- ( JllJIJIIJI'JIJI'JIJIJI'JIJI' ' (' he said to me: the needs and the glorious possl.billtles Goldwater disapproved. party, platform and platform. It
"I paid nothing for the job I left my car In Saigon, took of the future and never Just how lone Johnson retains Is between those who see what

e . . . . . . . w I only my bicycle. I told my 20 village chiefs (representing 120 once mentioned either the Republicans his aloof and above-the-strlfe can be and those who want c Uy
QUICK QUIZ to 150 hamlets) that this was the end of bribery and corruption or Goldwater byname technique may depend on how to maintain the status quo."

a NOW Washington In this district. He presented himself as
"The situation I found was frightening. After a checkup -
Q-llow often is a new I fired the assistant district chief the five other top district
on1CIR comet discovered . . . . . . . .
officials, six of my 20 village chiefs and three officers of the Historical
A-Comets are discoveredat 40.man district militia. COLLIER COUNTYBy
an average rate of five i I. WASHINGTON (AP) The

SIC.tP0o year The majority are faint t; United States has fired another "I TOLD !MY VILLAGE CHIEFS to 'judge me by how many KURT GRIESSHABER . AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
Of/Ft and can be seen only with i. underground low yield nuclear bridges we construct, how many hectares of rice we get
Nor telescopes or binoculars. test shot at Its Nevada Testing planted how many markets we build: -

ASS Grounds. "I set up a security squad which went from village to village .
Q-Which. I was the firs t The Atomic Energy Comn,Is. picking up complaints from the farmers and villagers. HISTORICAL RELICS-ANTIQUE FIREARMSOne

1 horse to win the triple crown. lion announced Friday's firing "I set rough examples even at the bottom I had a platoon

(Kentucky Derby, Preakness,, which had an explosive equl., leader who was a very good fighter, But he stole money and of the fastest growing t
@ and Belmont Stakes) valent of less than 20,000 tons ol food from the farmers. I threw him out fast. hobbles la the collecting; of an.

A-Sir Barton, in 1919 TNT and said It was the 14th "1 built the militia from 40 to 400 men. I picked the new tlque firearms, about which this
weapons| related test this year article will\ deal.
officers and noncoms strictly on performance-the VC and
by the United sates.WASHINGTON With the Introduction of gun. r
weapons they captured their bravery in battle.
(AP) The 1 "Now the militia fights: Young people are beginning to powder Into Europe from the '" t a
WASHINGTON AND Post Office Department will\Volunteer. Orient In tho 14th Century came

I "SMALL give Christmas mailers this I "lllagers are starting to spy on the Viet Cong Every time the Among art the of"blessings"wholesale shower killing'; FLINTLOCK
liolce 1830
I BUSINESS"By year a of four red and 1580 TO
green S.cent postage stamps i IIla t \ C troops come at night to a hamlet, people there pass the ed on that feudal society was the syth of
word to relatives who Inform me conceived the
C WILSON HARDER the first time In ihllatellchls.ton mortar. Idea of
that a four.In-one Issue district)I These early cannon fired huge cusslon a charge by per.
and thus avoid blind
and move to neighboring
TIIi'I't I fn HUM n I, lug bvsum loulil p6set I u tt\\ .iti nut. dislim been offered the public', the de', That night a key Vietnamese official predicted to me, "The damage atones and than caused had the little Roman more bal. ing flash He was aided by In.
", 'lIpl,' moundimlilnK' uuiint tint nit n, in jiii U partment added Viet will kill Capt. Pham Van Kiet within the next 12 ventor John Watts, and a patentwas
Cong 11 sl ,
A 100. as But the thunderous
ton, 'le't's U thankful the Stiimmo ttj.ii' In',.ilioni' |prinrlpitll" | in stamp sheet, the depart months." roar applied for In 1807' the Brl.
Court taken n xtimmirun tin miiji) i 11..u., 1111'1'1 t ml"I ment said, will contain 2 S!i and billowing smoke had a de. tlsh assigned Forsyth In
I 'us while tlu it' 1 IH still a iiimilxubU unit n t 111I1\ \vluitlU stamps of each design a tpri| moralizing effect on the besieg. the Tower room
London for his
ci nutiv lift I l'lIm"III1I1\ "" 1'\ !' 'Illh of holly I mistletoe, pine cone "1$ liS S.T A ,., TCn3 ed defenders of castles and forts. experiments
000 tluotiM ci It (the \\11111' and polnsetta IiI'jl( I > -\STA"'INA.Q\.E.A Not until the Iron cannonball and Tradition. bound
For In one of the liming derlnlint H Him', iiiul >,i\ in i'Hi'11 \\ ,. WXSIHNGTON (AP) Th e I M, long.barreled cannon could art. British officers opposed the new
of the tetslon the Supreme nl'l'1' I.\.t" to mm 1"1 that federal government has spenl t Ht\'tON.PA 5 lllery threaten masonry walla N gun and told him to clear "hisrubbish"

'ourl MMI nuil \1'1.1111 d"III.lIhl If R l N. 0 I IE. I ITS Alter the early mortars out of the Tower,
$32 million to help 177communlties ACROSS ferm.1 t came IAJ
may have tut, here til. the lint if t'it u"- :la! V History was now at the cross.
well renderedthe Hint will bi dmli....ttd set aside more than 100.000 1. BrilllamU oillee 5 C. X H t. A V to N \L V the hand-cannon, which was only 0W roads. Had the British adopted
natlon'ecareen 0 0 acres for recreational and acen colored! flili 30\u! gal'se WAS I N t. t. effective at very close range J Forsyth new gun, they would
of radar e The entire drfrimr force of ic use under the Open Spa e, 6. ratlx fruit :J 1Hmushigh I .'." 1 The hand-cannon developed Into have won the War of 1812 with
outposts. 1' p the Inlled Mates would! bepourrlrss Program established by Can, 11 I 1.IIIillllil !d 0 0 R 0 L 0 . the swivel gun and the matchlock ease. Howeverit

the network ; to lake any ail Ion. greta In 1961, place ol .the :)2 .'ralll,'('" CAT t R t. R 5 R O Dtltt musket, thus providing both rl. Bonaparte who recognized was Napoleon the

of and air Polaris fields because geared e er>to"thing I I. designedand . . . . 1..1COLLIER . 34 ('luau\ A N I 'f tN. S A R I flea and artillery. 1 3 tremendous potential of the gun
and aril
intercept boat TOP R fit 1'1 A 0 fit nBiatk In 1517 the wheel lock mus. He offered 20,000 pounds Merle
submarinerimpotrnl prexent the arrlxal of atomic COUNTY NEWS u>, Ito rr to the 5
Fast ket Invented In Germany
was tag for the
10 weapons being delivered front Sea C A 5 t I 1ft R fit T t percussion cap, but
In 1530.
protect then I an outside sou'ietoo. MICHAEL CHANCE, Edit PublisherTHOMAS 3736 Faueel and carried to England Forsythe refused in hope that the
a tie n C. w Harder HAVER. AIIOCIIU Editor 14 Ilullllng O. Wllh might!! 0 1'1 tN. t t L R t 0 It consisted of a steel wheel British would eventually recognize -
MARSHALL WYATT, Adv Min..rALBERT 13.tlmu 41 \\ olll.h with that stuck
rasped edges
again atomic blatkmall Such a .Irah'g\' it till iti\i: the value of Ma invention..Had .
OPOLKA. Much Supt 16Iorlndlll 44. Lent SOLUTION 0' SATUROAY'S rUnLI down Into a priming A spring
.5. lit' ( "nlllllllll.l. n 4icbtry, without pan. Forsyth accepted Napa
This could nil bi contained ,1111 mnjir) mllit ilulun, MRS DAVID LOUISE HERMANSON DAUB.CIC.Oft,cs Director Mgr. 18.4 die' :, letter Ranger s pd i and cock held a fixed piece of sul. r 11s leon's offer, the history of the
Indeed Ir
3 8 Utter
In the dicision that declatedllligal I e .u Paint phuret of Iron. When the gun was ? Napoleonic Wars would have read
authority given government Thus. C ongress In 1!HO. taking and Published S) lurd< dally,the t ctpt nrnoon Monday by 19. Opened -66 Come III 4 Cuban 9 Porch to be fired, the lock was wound l much differently Only in 1840didthe
to deny American the i lev point that II I. the coin., r county Publ >h n Co 21 lunlehlh: U Scanrr music 10 Compass tight by means of a key. On 7 first British
ports for travel ubiond b\pnn'l dangerous to the security of Inc, 741 Twt. flh Avtnu. South. N*. fluid, 5 Place point the the wheel regiments
pressing trigger
., . change from flint muskets to
Fl 13940 M.I I address P. O.
rent who are memlxrs of Com the nation to has, tommunMa Bon Slit :23. Gr DOWN: 6 Harem 11 Feminine was put into motion, sparks flew percussion
munlst organizations. going out and tonilng Into T.l.phon. Midway 21107 for til &raHllone 1 Spoken room name Into the pan and Ignited the pow. 1820 on, several caps However, from
o o the nation al will panted he departments lb: Harangue :2 Star tolcCl 7 \nlmatlon 17 Ignited der. European gun.
In considering thla point II law w tilth. permitted control . . 19 Eskimos : smiths had been copying For.
mutt Aral be borne In mind thai over these natl\e' home grown Subscription Rats The wheel lock were both ex. .yth' run.
any American who subscribe Communist fanatics. But now Iy csrritr. or malt' payable In /// a J I S 7 1 r it knife pensive and clumsy About 1580 An early Spanish percussion

to Communism Aral of all has the I'.M. Supreme tourt hat tdvancaOnt 7. 20 Might Dutch marauders who could not pistol made by Albert of Elbar,
Yes SD Sx Months | 90 22
ne belief In the American sys stripped this protetllon from Three Month.4.75.. II learning afford the guns devised their Spain, la on display a case at
tern lie la committed te .1 the nation Mombsr of Tho Atioclstod Press. IJ 23. Musical snaphaunce flintlocks. For the the Collier County Courthouse.
proposition that this nation I . wh'ch .is ont tlod .clu".ly to thou 10 direction next three centuries, European TM pistol
was made around
should be under Communist Of ('OUI..... rants nat arguethat >. for '.publlcIIIOn of. oil local 24 Male figure armies were equipped with flint 183CW3. The
I news dams prInted In th s papor as 'S I d /1 /I percussion cap was
< rule. U addition, It II a pretty It i Is dllluilt lo bring "welt I as all AP news ipttchos. r0: t : used ai a lock muskets. used until introduction of the
lure thing he It al.. a sealot.Kvith atomic devices, tits the nation Entorod ts second clots ntottor ot II II II lupporl' In 1805 a clergyman, John cartridge.We .
. it obMouslx such Items would i the Post Off.'co ot Naples. Florida, o 0 I : : 2), V
this In mind. U U now hardly pats through Under Act of March I. 1U7Tno member can tee how small, aeem.
IJ to If' .
On the nthit hand NEWS tstumot no rllpo" : ; I' -f5 In&l1inst&nlticant things can alter
wtll to consider what It meant no U""I11"1 of un.ollcI.d :f ltlni
for the return
r for such communist tealott to those charged with bllity manutcr pts or photofraphsTho II II H 29 Century h the course of history-such
have freedom to travel of smuggling will' NEWS' um.e no hnanoutroppmlpildy .,. 33 Cam: tide aa a lonely clergyman working
S. for I for 'ypoS..phIClI in his
shop in
Impossible returning traxclert In dwrthrmoon the small villageof
rors or emesiene 0 J'l. -'l' long glances
atomic' caanjw to smuggle Items Into of such or Belhelvie
Votent weapons this but If not f td .. 35 Scotland.s .
bl.rontaln..d In fairly nation or any cither con baton, the nest Ittuo of 'hopooor Hung soy
correctly thatpan 'fi Jf : K : J7 JI P lock
.. o o "wit roprlnl : 37 (
... all packages, perhaps of ho tdvort,ttmant In "which
"' bigger than a sultcate !80! with this attlon by the (ho error occurred. In tho evonta e/ ., '// fl.' 38 Alrrth
Supreme! Court who time olomont would render thewill //, 39. Fenllili
(.i' tan
any .., =
ere has, \f>nl existed be- longer say that the Trojan nduea the Bpi co of the wirer 4f 47 dumnit:: PERCUSSION CAP r -- - -
lift that U 't *>reign power, I were foolish In taking' In theOreek ttmont by an amount equal tithe 40 Dined t 1820 te Civil soart o --
wooden horse ereertags of the total'J space old .
gang. y 41idnjt
itlch at he Jtremlln e omitted coPt 'fi : :
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I CROWn MET BY GUNFIRE-A wounded woman is carried off after South Vietnamese I6eWESSON i SAVE lOt ASTOR
troops fired into their ranks as they stormed the gateway of the Saigon Joint General SAVE ttI.rY9I
Staff Headquarters. FRUIT

I Harvard Grad EmergesAs Council agenda for AgendaThe Maples Coun. : Cocktail! Gelatin

ell meeting Wednesday ((8 a.m.) I
will be as follower
New S. Viet LeaderSAIGON lion 1 Call to order and Invoca. ____

2 ..Reading of minutes, of previous .
South Viet Nam ment, Buddhists and Catholics meetings. O s
(AP) Strlfe-torn South Viet fought in the streets with clubs, 3 ..Reportl' IA Ti,_
Nam emerged Saturday from vlr. machettes, hatchets and lengthsof a. Minutes of Contractor's Ex. i-1 c -
tual anarchy with a new leader pipe. Hoodlums and per. amlnlng Board, August 4and, Au.
at Us helm as government haps Viet Cong agents took gust 12, 1064.
troops cracked down on armed advantage of the chaos and b. Sign Committee.
rioters after two days of bloody roamed the littered city fight. 4 .. Old business| IIMIT TWO WITH $3 foORl ORDER .LIMIT tWO (lIMif IOU ;
mob rule that left at least nine tog looting and burning. a. Final tax roll for 1984.
dead and scores Injured. Soldiers In battle fear swept b. First reading of ordinance
Nguyen Xuan Oanh, Western.:aside makeshift barriers and er authorizing purchase of Lots 7 I I
educated former vice premierfor ected barbed wire barricades, to 12 Inclusive and N 10 feet of I
economic affairs, took con blocking key approaches. Mo vacated E.W. alley Block 7,Tier
trol of the shaky government. bile radio units blared as troops 2, City of Naples.
He said he would head a care. with fixed bayonets raced c. Ordinance authorizing the
taker regime for the next two around the. city, arresting demo borrowing of $47,500.
months. onstrators.The d. First reading of ordinance
Oanh, 43, earned a doctorateat government broadcast re authorizing purchase of Lots 30,
Harvard University 10 years peated appeals urging the peapie 31, 32 and vacated II feet N.S. 51A1'
He was an economics In. to refrain from violence and .
ago. alley, Block IS, Tier 9, City ol
Etructor at Trinity College In return home. AU private and Naples.
Hartford Conn., from 195S until government schools In the city 5 .. New business
1960. were closed. U.S. personnelwere a. Appeal to Council from de.
Last year he served In Wash. warned to keep off the ctslon of tax collector denying
Ington with the International streets.An occupation license for used car .
Monetary Fund. estimated 500 persons ales at 40 9th Street, North.
Only hours before Us appoint.Don's were arrested Including some b. Seawall permits Tall Can e
Communist suspects, police c. Correspondence I II

said.The political crisis was t.. Adjourn. LIMT FOUR WITH $3 OK MORI ORDER
touched off 13 days ago when'
Liggett RexallIn Maj. Gen. Nguyen l Khanh lie. I
creed emergency powers and
Th. N.pl. Shopping' C.nt.r elevated himself from premierto
president of the US..backed GOOD LUCK FANCY TLLOw
regime. FRESHMargarine
1 Confronted by mounting stu ,
., dent.led protests and the threatof 1 tfi Onion$
I Ir..h yP any *tyl crl.pbtcon rf
or ........ grittto.it religious strife Khanh re
a Jtlly SOc signed five days ago. The ruling / PRODUCE!
Noll 62-man military revolutionary
.. council chose a triumvirate of w t
z fresh SS 249
.rls, toast.ally/ three top generals Including NF fJ
40c Khanh, to lead the nation. "!. -.k
U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. .
Taylor postponed a trip to > "
Washington to keep In touch t 'I'
O with developments. U.S. offl. v++srr..
owJeep .
dais In Washington were re
ported urging the disputing CAROLINA VINI RIM
leaders to put aside their differ I
ences to prevent a collapse of
the military effort against the
Communist guerrillas. TomaloeSLBI9c
Top officials In Washingtonsaid :
the crisis so far had not up. w ,
set the fight against the Com. IVORY SOAP
munlst Viet Congo Military op. r
erations were continuing the I
sources said
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FLY U.N. med.Ater 'In Cyprus b.. rY SAI
MIAMI caul of the sudden III" of
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of the U.N. Curoptan Offict' twin, cut. tAMTumPears
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6 COLLIER COUNTYNIWS, NipUi. Fit.. Sw..... Augarf JO. .1964 r,R+ Ambulance Now

i I Stationed In

Bonita Springs

Ambulance service became
s. available to residents of Bonita
Springs beginning at noon Thurs.
day, Richard A.Pittman announCe
ed. Pittman, owner of the Rich.
i ard A. Pittman Funeral Horn
here In Naples, said a white
, ambulance complete with red and
! ) J.E MAIETIN white beacon ray on the roof,
"' will be stationed on 24-hour/ rail\

_\ .. J. at Tom Reahard's Sinclair Sta.
Once "the old gang" scatters after high school for lion on U.S. 41 in downtown Bo.
'ft Stoat frMp _ _ '...,.(. 1. ..f' nit a Springs.
college, careers, marriage, etc., reunions are pretty unusual Reahard will manage the oper.

Last week, after a lapse of a few years, Mrs. .:;. ', ation of the emergency service,
\ 1., Kenneth Barbour (Pat Clemmer) and Mrs. Christopher which Is reached through tele

Kriendler (Sandra Lie b) were both in town visiting their WHEN SCHOOL opens Monday at Lake Park this wide open parking phone The number ambulance Wyman, Pittman 2.3581.said

parents and had a grand time filling each other in on spot for bicyiks: "ill become n most congested area and Mrs. Estelle la equipped with oxygen, Red,
Little, principal at Luke Park Elementary, is appealing to bike ridersand Cross first aid kit and an or.
their own activities and news of other close friends. The patent to help relieve 1litt!". of the congestion. See story, thopedlc stretcher.Just .

h rti Barbours live in St. Louis and sometimes see Maxine (NEWS photo) two months ago the resl.

Christian who is working there. And the Kriendlers, who dents of Immokalee saw an am.
bulance service
live in New York City, keep in touch with Bette Barkau. able become avail.
to them Lynn Collins man.
Bette is in Wilmington, Del. Lake Park School Has Bike CrisisParking ages the operations of that em.

A While here, Pat and Sandra also saw the Mike Rands ergency service.
and Mrs. Estelle title said Mrs. Little, "but If those "Now the people of Bonita
j /:./ :lfrlr (Norma Wells) and the Bill Eddys, so between them were spaces tor bicyclesat Monday, is for within a reasonable distance Springs and Immokalee have
Lake Park aren't calling help.
able to catch with the current activities of most of plentiful bikesat their
up their own emergency
- - will walk and leave service
enough to park all the bikes "No one will be told he can-
QUADS FOR CHRISTMAS-. The Post Office Department their class . Including Cynthia Brack. Just Wednesday, which will be wheeling In on not ride his bicycle to school" home It will help relieve which will cut the distance to a

plans to release four different 5-cent stamps on the same Cynthia wa graduated it a hostess with United Air congestion. and promote better from hospital our to Naples half location of what,"It Pitt.was

sheet for the 1964 Christmas season. The stamps which lines and will be stationed in Washington, D. C. Previously safety man said.
portray holly, mistletoe poinsettia and pine cone in green\ She suggested those residingIn
and red, will be sold in sheets of 100, each sheet containing she has been a receptionist at a movie studio in Miami. the area bounded on the west --

25 blocks of the four stamps. It's the first four-in-one IssueIn by the Trail 14th Avenue on
U.S. postal history, according to the department. REUNION IN CANADA the north and 12th Avenue on School MenusThe

There was another reunion recently way up in Co- ,M the south, an area of about menu at ShadowUwn School

deaths have been reported boconk, Ontario, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill H, Boynton four blocks, walk to school. for the following week
"Those students can help us
EncephalitisHits among them. who spend the summer on their island in Parry If MONDAY .Hot dogs,coleslaw,
Is still at its with our bicycle problems beets .
The epidemic pickled plums.TUESDAY
peak, Dr. Plgford said. Mean. Sound, were visiting Col. and Mrs. C. J. Lawson at Lake they will follow this suggestion Pork loaf, can. tl

Houston while, the battle against mos. Simcoe. They discovered that Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Straub ," Mrs. Little said. died yams, green beans, apple.
qultoes, which spread the dls. She advised parents that first sauce.
were not far away at Coboconk. So they "had a nice
Aged HardestHOUSTON ease, Is continuing throughout graders are requested not to WEDNESDAY Spaghetti w.
and luncheon the (Sounds inviting
visit by fireplace.
Houston. tray ride bicycles to school school meat sauce, tossed salad, turnip
Confirmed rases also have doesn't It?) Anyway, colored pictures were taken custom which she believes Is greens, french bread, Jello w.
Houston's sleeping, Tex.sickness(AP) epl.- been reported in Florida and and they are all looking forward to seeing the results herein In the best Interests of safetyfor fruit
suspected cases are under in. toddlers. THURSDAY Roast beef,slice
dem c, blamed for 17' deaths, Is vestlgatlon in Illinois and Artzo. the fall. the first year ed tomatoes, rice w-gravy, banana .
striking hardest at the elderly. na. The Straubs live on Rudder Road, the Boyntons on cake.

cephalitis The number and encephalitis of suspected like en. 13th Avenue, South, and when the Lawsons come down FRIDAY Fish cakes spin. I
Kern ach, corn, brownies.The .
cases has soared to 368 -up 52 they are moving from the Surfside to the new Royal Palm.
In 24 hours BUT A LOT Mr. and Mrs. Straub's latest houseguests were Mr, Mrs. Sara P. Kern, 4160 Cut-
A 7S.year.old man died Thurs. menu at Naples Junior
day, raising the supposed encephalitis NEW YORK (AP) Every and Mrs. Edward Campbell, of Indianapolis, who cometo lass at Lane Naples died Community Saturday morning Hos- High School for the comingweek i:

toll to 17. stage player's work varies from Naples each winter. They have all enjoyed fishing, MONDAY Hot dogs and baked
Dr. C. A. Plgford, rlty health pital. beans, spinach, carrott strips, tI
night to night, but actress
Sandy and several
officer released figures which antiquing, parties. 1 She was born Octobe r 27.1893.It fruit, bread and butter, milk. I.
show all fatalities are In the old. definition of her ownmUI.billly Mr. and Mrs. Evan Feightner are inveterate party ar Waynesburg Pa. She wasa TUESDAY Hamburger gravy

er group. Is something specisl."Yes givers. So, as soon as enough friends got back from graduate of Laurel Finishing over rice, Cabbage salad, Seal
Five were in their 50s, threeIn my performance changes School at Cleveland. Ohio, and loped green beans, Fruit Jello,
from night to night," the belated Those
their 60s; eight In their 70s, agrees" vacations they organized a birthday party moved to Naples In 1955 from Hot rolls and butter, Milk.
and one was 90. star "Any Wednesday, Broadway's honored were James McClure, 87 years old, and Fred Shaker Heights In Cleveland.She WEDNESDAY Cold cuts and

Although two-thirds of the varies newest comedy hit. "It Klavehn, 71 years old. was a member of the Pres- cheese, buttered potatoes, whole
suspected cases reported so faramong very much not a great of Cleveland. kernel corn, celery strips, cho.
deal but lot." The Tahitian Hut the Tuesday night for byterian Church
persons under 50, no a was scene Besides her husband A. colate cake, bread and butter,
.... -- another celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Simpson were milk
B. Kern of Naples she Is sur-
here for Mrs. Simpson's birthday with their son-in-law and vived by a sister Mrs. R.E. THURSDAY Beef .A. Roni,
salad rolls
English ,
EASTERLYDANCE daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. E, Carroll. The Simpsons were Jones and a niece. Miss Sally and butter peas, peanut butter cook.

accompanied from Fort Myers by Dr. and Mrs. William MRS. JIMMIE HUGHES Jones both of Naples. les milk

Dehon, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hines Mrs. Hines is Rev. John W. Stump, pastorof FRIDAY Fish squares, hush
the First PresbyterianChurch puppies, buttered rice, turnip
L STUDIO also the Simpsons' daughter. They are in Fort Myers for of Naples, will conduct greens, beets, bread and butter,
a month but will return soon to Gainesville, where Mr. Mylar HughesMrs. funeral services at 1030 o' ice cream, milk i

UNDER THE INSTRUCTION OF Hines attends University of Florida Law School. clock Monday morning In the

4ti Olive A. Mylar of Independence Doug Hendry, sheriff of Col- Earl Hodges Funeral Chapel. The menu at Lake Park Elementary I
lier Mr. Hughes was Entombment will be In the Mau- School will bet
BACK HOMEMr. Mo.,announces the County.
Miss Barbara EasterlyWILL and Mrs. Arthur Goddard left in May and had marriage of her daughter Miss graduated August 20th from the Garden.soleum of Friends Naples Memorial call at Monday Hot dogs buttered \
Mary Margaret Mylar to Kansas City Missouri Police may peas and carrots, tomato green
/ a gay time visiting about In Texas, Michigan, and New Jimmie Hughes, son of Mr, Academy as a patrolman. the funeral chapel from ? to pepper slices, applesauce
RE-OPEN Hampshire. Then Mrs. Goddard broke her hip while and Mrs. Manuel Hughes of The bride Is a graduate of 4 o'clock this afternoon and milk.

l they were In New Bedford, Mass., July 14th. Now they Lee Tidewater Cypress.The Blue Springs High School Blue from 7 to 9 o'clock tonight. Tuesday-Spaghetti.cole slaw

OCTOBER 1 are home here in Naples and doing very well. Arthur groom attended high Springs Mo., and attended art butterscotch pudding, bread,
school in Everglades, Fla., and school at Washington University butter and milk.Wednesday .
BALLET TAP Goddard Jr., who brought their car down for them returns was graduated from North Kan In St. Louis, Mo She Is cur- Kindergarten At Beef and nood-

TO REGISTER, PHONE MI 2.2805 this weekend to Staten Island, N. Y. sas City High School North rently employed by South- Trinity To Open les, mixed vegetables lemon
Mrs. George Wands and Barbara are spending a Kansas City Mo. He was western Bell Telephone Com- sauce cake, bread, butter and

few weeks with Mr. Harold Wands before Barbara enters formerly employed by E.A. pany In Kansas City. For Fourth Term milk.
The marriage ceremony ThursdayOven fried chicken,
Fairfax) Hall, Waynesboro, Va. Mrs. Wands will return to Trinity Kindergarten will p', buttered ice
performed by Rev. Jere A. rice, tossed salad,
\ .Li"u jot Lovc/ucsa Sao Paulo, Brazil, about the 15th. Mr. Wands couldn't Kuehn took place May 8th at the en for, its September fourth year 9, at on 9 Wednesday am.To .,., cream, bread butter and milk

.: make this trip, but they are all looking forward to the Course OfferedFor Garfield Avenue Baptist Church be eligible for kindergarten Friday Toasted tuna cheese

7 i l1f"r. 1.UooJ Christmas holidays together when Barbara and her grand In Kansas City C.A. Barrows a boy or !girl must be five years Burger, potato sticks, green
t. .y eVi",, father will Brazil. uncle of the bride, gave his old before Jan. 1, 1965. The beans milk
Dyehes Beach Clop Bent Salon HI I-27S3 go Teachers (In niece In marriage. The bride class Is open to all boys and girls!
The Inside hair that isn't. ... Rordon Bradley Hutchison has left for his home In wore a street-length gown of of kindergarten age and is not

Suppmie you Story had a micro- We're Old Smoothers Sacramento, Cal, after spending the summer with his Collier CountyA white silk linen with an over- here restricted of to children of memo Latest For All Ages
father Thomas and Hutchison. This jacket of Chantilly lace She Trlnlty.by.the Cove
B. Hutchison Mrs
scope that would magnifya We make It our businessto 'Church.
hair strand millions of smooth that hair cuticle week the Hutchisons plan to go to Jamaica and will spend course entitled "Exploring carried a colonial bridal There is space for a few more
Mathematics Elementary SchoolI" bouquet of white carnations.Mrs. .
limes What do you s'pose with treatments thst several days touring the Island. They currently haveas will be offered to Collier Donald Evans of St. pupils for fall classes,according BOOKSSONG

you'd find Me believe bring It right back to their guest Bardee Collins, who is here for a few days County teachers under the auspices Louis sister of the bride, was to parents Mrs. who Ralph are W.Interested Carson, and
it's fsiiitr to understandthe beauty I Oft.nll'e can do of the Florida Instlture are
it In just before going to Tallahassee to enter Florida State Uni., of the matron of honor. For the asked to call her at MI 2-5633.
why'sof hair rare, one pamperingsesilon Continuing University Stu. she chose a frock of
If you !know what hair . gently sooth' versity.. She spent the summer as a tennis instructressat dies (F1CUS), Mrs Velari S. ceremony dusty gold silk and chlf'on. Her

really Is. So settle back lug away the effects of Chimney Corners In the Berkshires.Bardee's Barker, supervisor, of Clemen. bouquet was of pink carnations Commission Cuts STORY SHOP
tary education, has announced.
for s chemistry lesson! too much bsck-romblng, or parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Collins, Caro-, The arithmetic class will beheld Donald Lynch nephew of the Producer Level 659 5th Ave So.
Hair that wi.py single harsh home-type chemicals line and Kathy, have been in Chatham, Mass., from where at the Shadowlawn Elemen. groom was the best man. Miss
strand of It has (even damage from the of the Prices MI 2-2520
three sister
tary School on Wednesday after. Wilma Mylar, On Milk
Chatham Southampton
Colilins the in
Mrs. shops
managed Lilly
parts. Sh.ll11', start at the wrong shsmpoo's). If' noons during Trimester l.from 4 bride, was In charge of the guest TALLAHASSEE (AP- Com.
middle 1 I Jult like It you'd like to be sure every Edgartown, and Newport. Caroline assisted her to 7 p.m. The first class will be book petition from imported milk led

sounds, that's the "Mldu1 hair shaft I. at its healthy mother in the Chatham shop. She was graduated from held September 9. The course A reception at the church I he Florida Milk Commission to

1 I." It'. a fine renter shaft prettiest . It'. pretty Skidmore College In June, and en route to Naples the will run until December.Fee followed the ceremony. cut: producer.level prices by Summer Permanent
apt to be time for the course Mrs. lore than three cents Specials"
that U't affected by out. you phonedMI a gallon..
er Influences, usually. But 2-27S3 for a beauty Collinses will leave Caroline at Duke University where Barker announced, will\ be $33 The lower prices,ordered Fri.

It's the of analysis Why not flow? she will continue her studies. for three credit hours at $12 BURIED 'TREASURE' .lay, go Into effect Sept. 1. Ouirtnlttdfrom
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EvergladesNews Two Johnsons In White House


by Juanita Weldon During George Tamm's LifeBY THE NAPLES

Monday morning win be a
day the youngsters have to begin

[IV rising early again. Principal VICTOR1NE: MURPHY
: Aubrey Morris states that the
Continued from pate 6)
bell will ring at 8:20 a.m. When George Tamm ofa- a} ( I
for all students. The elementary -
pies was born in Germans anAugust
asl grades ((1-6)) will reportto 28, 1866 Kal-?rWilhelm
IIt their homeroons. All high 1 of Prussia was ruler Mrs John Ryan of lima, Peru, spent a few
school pupils are to report to of the German
mighty Empire days with the Links.
the gymtorlum for a meeting Queen Victoria of England had At the luncheon in her honor Mrs. Ryan had mi'ch
before to their home-
going been on the throne for 21
II k1fl rooms. Mr. Morris also stated and Napolean III had just man to talk about with Mrs. Robert Miller She is well acquainted
that a1'' fees will remain the In-16w and MstpMr
euvered France into a disastrous with Mrs. Miller's brother- -
same. Lunch will be servedon war with Prussia which
M and Mrs. Antonio Navarro, of Lima.
the first day, with elemen- cost France the of ewn
provinces of the Millers Cleo willing, they expected
Speaking ,
ptt tary pupils paying 30 cents Alsace and Lorraine.In N ,
and junior and senior high pupils the United States Andrew to go to the east coast Thursday to pick up their new

paying 35 cents per lunch. Milk Johnson who succeeded the assassinated boat Mr. and Mrs George Vega Jr, were to accompany

prices remain at fourcents per Abraham Lincoln, them on the trip back via the inland waterway, to Stuart,
canon. Instructional Aids Fee, as president was still In the
Fort and !
commonly called materials fee White House. r Myers Naplev
and supplies fee, will again be Mr and Mrs Larue Lleb also had an eye on Cleo

$2.50 for elementary grades.The CELEBRATESLast .! They have plans for a two-week vacation in Nassau
fee for high school stud- Friday, Tamm celebrated -
ems will depend on subjects his 96th birthday at the "
taken. Insurance fee Is $3.50 home of his son and daughter-
4n for one year in-law George and Catherine To Hold Second Marsh
When school lets out Friday --
Tamm at 2171 South Kinds
afternoon the students and Instructional Mikado TryoutOn
.r tr, ttw Drive. EXCELLENT TASTE George Tamm Sr., who Alonco Kimball Marsh, 07,
v until Mondayhas return Since 1969, Tamm has beena celebrated his 96th birthday on Friday in Naples Monday NightA died Saturday morning at hi
Tuesday morning.
t resident of Naples enjoying home at 490 Banyan Boule\ard
is a widely lead and reading
nonagenarian enjoys
been declared Labor second for the
Day t Naples
his with ryout
golden years long dally He was a toUred manufacturerwho
everything from adventure to headlinenews
holiday which the school yarns Players production of "Mik-
system walks In the sun, watching moved to Naples about six
observes. anglers fishing from canal in his favorite paper the Collier County ado" will be held Monday night yean ago from Rldjewoud, N.J.
Tuesday. September 8th, the banks and keeping abreast of the NEWS. Tamm's eyesight is excellent and he frequently August 31, at the Naples Junior n.! was a member 01 Trluttl')
; : PTA, holds Its first meeting times by perusing newspaper reads without the use of glasses.war High School Auditorium at by.the.covi Episcopal Church otNaple.
tor the year In the gymtor- headlines -- without the aid of 8 p.m., It was announced by *.
lum at 7s30 p.m. Mrs.. Mary glasses by the way. war, war. America was honored with a small sur- music director George Booker. Besides his widow, Mrs. tu.
Nell Swain president will pre Four years ago when Tamm seemed like the land of opportunity prise blnhday party attended by All who attended the Ionia Marsh,Sire he ia survived In}
persons Patricia OWl
side over the meeting. as Indeed It provedto neighbors and close friends of a daughter
was 92, he flew by Jet to Frankfort -
Thursday night tryouts are can of Miami. ; a ton, John Marsh
Belle House has returned to ,Germany to visit his only be. the family. A large decorated
asked to return, and any other of Naples,and granddaughter
her position as secretary to surviving sister Mrs. Anna OPENS MARKET birthday cake was one of the Interested In taking Tentative funeral arrangement
Aubrey Morris In the Ever- Hamel whom he had not seen Tamm married a German- features of the affair In additionto persons either as a principal or call for a service at 11
glades school. Belle has not In 66 years. born girl who had also migrated greetings and gifts. In the chorus will\be welcomed o'clock Monday morning in tin'
been able to work this summer "It was a great experience" t to America andheopened Guests attending the party Included chapel of the Richard I A. Pitt
due to a back Injury. She was recalls Tamm. "I had never a meat market In Brooklyn Mrs. Mamie Tooke Mr. Mikado," one of the all-time man Funeral Horn*. Intoimeiit
Kr hospitalized for about seven been up In a plane before. The N.Y., which proved a successful and Mrs. A.A. Anderson favorite Gilbert and Sullivan will be in Woodlaw tumetan
, weeks and has been home for airline people gave me the VIP business operation. He General and Mrs.CharlesJung operettas will open the Naples In New York City. Members <>r

about four weeks recuperatingfrom treatment and when I got to the operated the market for many Col and Mrs.F FrankCrinenden Players' 1064-65 subscriptionseason the family have requested, tint,
memorial donations l I Ii"
surgery. Belle still has Frankfort Airport the mayorwas years finally retiring andmov- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strong on November 20 and to the Cancer Society mm i I"" uli

; to be very careful but thought there to greet me and to ing to Philadelphia to live with Mr and Mrs. Richard Hale 21.
Mrs. Randal Ed Davis (Htwltt "photo) returning to work would be justas give me the keys to the city. his son.George. Mrs. Leonard Rosendahl, Mrs.
easy as staying home. Her "I found things greatly According to Tamm his son Lawrence McMahon and Miss
doctor won't letherdo anything changed InGermany since com- had made many visits to Naples Kathy McMahon.

Wilson Davis but dishes at home. Anyway ing to America In the early during winter vacations and In And on Friday his birthday The Agency With arsenal) Service -
we are glad to see her at her nineties. However the house 1959 the family decided that a dozen large American beauty

desk again although she Is still where I was born In Frtschborn Naples would be their future roses arrived from his sister I IA
under doctor's care. was still standing." home. For a number of years Frankfort. Ever since I Hamm
Bob and Betty Benson and daughter leased house 14th flew to to visit Mrs.
Tamm was a young man In they a on Germany dap.ndsbl..a.ecy, r..po.sIbls >
Wedding In NaplesThe Laurie are down staying his middle twenties when he Avenue, South, but last October Hamel she has sent him bou- for protecting you, your
with Mrs. Delia Benson for an decided to depart for America. the junior Tamms built a quets of roses on his birth- family, home end buei.....
First Presbyterian sage was a bouquet of white undetermined length of time. Forced conscription had been new home onSouth Winds Drive days. giinit every Ineurible thr.tol
Church of Naples was the set orchids carnations and Ivy. Bob commutes to his job at decreed by the Kaiser and after which runs parallel to the Jamaica IOM of through a plinned' program 1
protection guaranteed
ting Thursday evening for the She also carried a white Bible the bank In LBelle and Betty serving his time In the German Channel by eompenlM of unquMtionod
marriage of Miss Mae Marie with streamers of lace knots. Is filling In as cashier at the army Tamm wanted "out." "We've been subscribers to PRETTTCOOLDAY financial street ,

Wilson, daughter of Mr. The maid of honor's gown market for a while. "Germany was In a state of the Collier County News for LOUISVILLE (AP) Mrs,
and Mrs. Charles F. Wilsonto Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daniels chaos and everyone was talkingleft many years even while we Milton O.Nuu hit three reasons
Randal Ed Davis. covered have moved from Jerometo were living Philadelphia," said considering June 22 her lucky

Rev. Hugh .Garner of Way- a veil to match the dress. Her Marathon. He Is fishing with Catherine Tamm. "Grandpa day
cross Ga., performed the dou bouquet consisted of blue and Capt. Jlmmle Whidden aboard the J3tl! ,, of this month. could\ hardly wait until the paper !('. her birthday and her .
ble-ring ceremony. Are eptton white pompoms.The the Eddie Boy and Is at pres- He and his wife Glenda arrived In the mall twice a wedding anniversary This year : "rJ INUimt UIDCT, lac. ,
spenta she weather
followed In Spencer FellowshipHall. bridesmaid's dress was ent fishing\ out of Marathon. week In the week. He would read the ads entered a tueasina .. ...:..
Smoky contest and picked June 22 to
yellow taffeta with veil to match. NEW 8t tRF.r\IU": : for 'Houses for Rent' In S'k *.... S*"ibPhMt
tains during his month's leave. Iry0 hit! the correct hlahlemper.II.
The bride was given In mar- Yellow and white pom-poms Mrs. Margaret Scaggs Is the The Copeland Baptist Mission assiduously until finally we .., 2-."'aN.ples
riage by her father. Miss Alice featured the corsage.The flow new secretary for Dewey Polly Is buying some land on the new decided it was time to pull up She won in air conditioner. lurid.
Lind of Naples was maid of er girl wore a pink tafetta gown real estate office She was Turner River Road. Plans are stakes and head for Naples."
honor and Kenneth Fltzek of with floor-length ove r-skirt and formerly employed by Walter for a mission to the Seminole On Thursday evening Tamm -
Naples acted as best man for she carried a basket of pink Rogers, financial advisor to Indians. Webb Realty of Och- .
the groom who Is the son of sweetheart rose petals. the county and city of Naples.
Her husband Is opee Is handling the transaction intend to spend a month. The
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed Davisof Mrs Wilson wore a blue taf- deputy Jim FABRICS UNLIMITED
689 12th Scaggs.Mr. trip was planned to celebrateMrs.
Street North.
etta dress a layer cnu-
The altar of the church was and Her and Mrs. Roland Smith Mrs. Alice W.Brown of Farm- Clark's 80th birthday.Mr. .
fon was
decorated with gladioli mums, of white carnations.The lace. corsage. Mrs. Marjorie Smallwood and Ington, Mich., purchaser of the and Mrs. Don Rlndy and 2230 MAIN ST. FT. MYERS FLORIDA
potted palms and candelabras. children and Mr.and Mrs.Ralph old railroad building has begun daughter: Carol Sue and Lynn
MrRoanjohnsonwasorganist.Miss bridegroom's mother Brown and children spent last repairs on the structure. She Davidson are spending a coupleof Presents A TerrificSALE
Sandy Goodnight of chose a gown of pink tafetta weekend In Haines City with plans to keep the original looks days In Key West.
Naples was bridesmaid and for her son's wedding. ASSist- theSmlth'sdaughter.Mrs.FredWllllngham. but Is going to remodel the itenhanle Patterson left forhome

Crisse Morse was flower girl. ing at the reception were Miss From there Mr. Interior for a patio room dairy on Merrlt's Island this
Ring bearer was David East- Kathy Davis Miss Sue Relchert Smith left for North Carolina bar, and restaurant. Her son, past week, after spending two
erly of Vanderbilt Beach. and Mrs. Robert Easterly A where he Is working and Mrs. Gary Warner a restaurant own- weeks with Virginia,: Ann Rlndy.
Ushers were Dutch Waggoner, large whlte-andplnk four-tie Smith and Marjorie and child- er In Brandon Fla. will be Eric Debra Jeff and myself
Frank Gore Dill Upham, John wedding cake was decoratedatop ren drove over to Bartow to overseer of the business. Theyare spent two days this week In
Barnes and Benny Vaugn. with bells and a dove. visit with Mr. & Mrs. Sherod shooting for a opening date Tampa visiting with Erlc'a

The bride wore a fulllengthgown MANY GUESTSOut Smallwood and children. of November 1st. mother, Mrs. Marjorie Allen.
of white satin with Mrs. Martha Banley trea- Glen Smallwood bought the old We had to cut our stay a couple
chapel Included
of town
train, the whole covered with Mrs. Ella\ Jennings guests of Lexington surer for Waterfront Development theater building for salvage and days short to come home and Over 3,000 Yards of
layers of white chiffon embroidered Company In Eve rglades he and his son Theodore are put everything on high ground,
Indiana Mrs. James Hut-
) auditing the company's books. busy tearing It down. just In case Cleo decided to
with lace and seed sell and daughter Barbara, of
-pearls. The finger tip veil 01! Louisville Kentucky; Ray Wil- She Is staying at the Bragwood Jack Swain, a student of UnIversity visit our area. As It turnedout
Lodge. of South Florida, Is we couldm't even realize
silk Vluslon fell from a crownof
of Hanover Indiana James
son ;
seed pearls. The bridal cor- Wilson of Indiana Alice Kelly, owner and oper- taking a vacation before returning Cleo was anywhere around.Our Beautiful'p
Lexington ) ator of Island Apartments In to the books He has good luck was the East Coast's '
Charles Wilson of Augusta,
and Naples has been visiting with gone to Perry and Is visitingwith misfortune.Mr. '' /
Mr. Mrs.
HughL. !
and Mrs. W.H. McCreaof
her his
sister Billle Smith. brothers, Robert and I /
I J;; I Gamer of Adel Georgia; Cecilia Curtis Smallwood called home Sidney, and their families. Alma, Ga.. and Miss

...... .,........ ... Adel Chandler and Rev.and and Carol Mrs.Davisof Hugh this week from Hawaii. He Is Dorothy Lees Is leaving next Harriet Kroffridge of Louisville From Leading Textile Mill
en route to Korea for a 15 week for Shaker Heights Ohio Kentucky, left last week 0
P.Garner of WaycrossGeorgia. month of where she after spending about week with
tour duty. He was will\ join her mother
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home on a 30 day leave and Mrs. Ralph Clark and sister Bill and Gladys McCrea and
The bride Is a graduate of Mrs. Robert Ramsdell.The trio family. While here they '/2 Price
Naples High School, class of business with Ed Davis build- will leave shortly for the Scan- did some fishing shelling anda These are Full Bolts

1963 and the Fort Myers Bea- er.Mrs. danavlan countries where they exploring..
ty College. She Is employed In Davis chose a yellow -
Naples at Fran's Hair Designs.The and white knit suit with A Large Selection of

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Mira Will Have To Wait I Eagle Coaches

t Looking For
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For Chance With 49ers Y Big ImprovementNaples

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School's foot.
ST. MARY'S, Calif. ,API Included In that category are ball team held High Its first scrimmage SPO'RTS
George Mira, the *.truing r Colchlc( defensive tackle Charlie fr p Friday morning and followed .
rookie quarterback (torn Miami, Krueger safety man Jerr with another scrim
Is going to have to. wait Iris! turn Mertens and halfback Bill Kil
with the San Francisco 49ers be. mer. Colchlco( had two knee ope. mage Coach session Jerry Morris In the afternoon and assl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

cause the No. 1 ]job! belongs to rations Both Krueger and Mert. tants Bill Bryan and Jerry How.
had knee
ens Injuries and Kil
John Jack Brodle.Christiansen, the former mer suffered a severely fractured ell hope In the the Eagle coming grldders week over improve -8 COLLIER COUNTYNEWS N.pl.i. Hi., Sunday AII9u1t 30, 194

leg In an auto in
ceded crash
assistant coach who --u form.
their Friday afternoon
Red after 1962 and missed all of the 1963 M
boss man
Hickey as p Coaches couldn't find much to

the lon,third reports game that of the Brodie 1963 sea.has season Probably the top rookies are ,....awlw cheer about until senior off tail Chip Johnson
back Donald Walker got some
been going real good for the Mira, end Dave Parks of Texas ;;gar broken-fleld runstowardthe
49ers and has taken charge. Tech, the No. 1 draft In the entire spirited
end of the session. Flattens Amos
last sea. National Football League,
Brodle missed most of
and Carter
and linebacker Dave Wilcox of Walker sophomore
Ion because of a broken fore.accl. Oregon. Lee Crosscup, who has : Bryan are the top two candidates
arm suffered In an auto For WinChip
been making the rounds since 140 icicuea" for the tailback slot which In the Big
last half of the 1963 season was
he left New York Is a
practicalman getting
Is a Johnson Naples heavy-
look at quarterback. handled ably by the graduated
who realizes he can't
any overnight miracle Job on a Brodle's receiving corps In. Jackie Kline. Seeing most of the weight boxer, flattened highly-
b action at the other backfield regarded Amos Johnsonof
club that finished with a 2.12 eludes Clyde Conner, Bernie Casey .
record last season Injuries did Kay McFarland and rookies Friday were blocking Van Weeks, Louisville In 2:09 of the .
wingback Bob Koch and fullback first round In their scheduled : :
cripple the 49ers In '63. Instead Bob Poole of Clemson, J
of cleaning house and calling in Vern Burke of Oregon State and ON THE LIST-British 12-meter yacht Sovereign lists to port in a full breeze oft Newport Billy Bryan, all seniors 10-round main event meetingat I.,

new troops, Christiansen is hop. Parks. Without Brodle last year, R.I., in the elimination trial to determine the British challenger for the America's Cup. Morris reminded the players Louisville Wednesday night.
lag the men who were hurt last the 49ers were last In the leagueIn after practice Friday that only It was the first time Amos

year will perform up to their passing and 11th In running. three weeks remain until the Johnson had been knocked out,

potential. NFL problem.As, with runnnlng so The many 49 backs era clubs have are In Don the a. U. Of Miami To Have Young Harry BillieTransferred to ember season be done 18 opener, before and a at then.lot Arcadia of work Sept.has and more only than his a dozen second pro loss fights.As In.

The only injury to a playerso an amateur, he defeated
Youth Leads Lisbon at halfback and J.D.
Jap Smith at fullback. Behind them To far Is a gash on the fore CaSSIus Clay, who later was

U.S. GymnasticTeam the best are Mike Lind, hurt last head of Bruce Harris, senior to turn pro and win the heavy- J
year, rookie Dave Kopay and Green Grid Team This YearMIAMI Asheville TeamThe tackle, which he received In the weight championship. ,

At TokyoKINGS Kilmer, who still Isn't up to par. middle of the week. It took eight Chip Johnson now has an 8- -
Bob St. Clair back for his Pirates base stitches to close the cut. Harris DICK THOMAS
Big Pittsburgh 5-1 record,all against respected
AP the Andreadls
POINT, N.Y. ( ) (AP-In year of for a :alclumdepo.lt
12th year, and Len Rohde are ball farm club at Gastonia was probably will be sidelined from with all of the
In his opponents
Makoto Sakamoto, an 18-year his debut as head football coachof leg, and quarter. for week.
old high school student, will the offensive tackles backed by a major college Charlie Tate back Rick Swan for calcium In scheduled to end Its season Sat contact work another losses coming on close or split Dick Thomas

lead the U.S. men's Olympic Walt Rock. John Thomas and feels like a man "trying to puta his passing shoulder Andreadls urday night, but the season Is decisions. His next fight will

gymnastics squad to his native Leon Donohue start at guard team together with trading then left school. not yet over for Harry Blllle, be In Peru September 16

Tokyo In October. and backed Bruce by Frank Bosley Morte.Is the center, stamps" Pete Banaszak, who can run the 1962 Naples High graduate Keeping An Eye against Peru's heavyweight New Coach For'B'

Sakamoto, the national cham. Karl Rubke has been Charlie had no sooner hung Up Inside with any fullback In the Blllle phoned Rollte Rice champion, Roberto Davilla, according -
pion from Highland Falls, N.Y., playing his hat after arriving at Miami nation when he's healthy, pulled word received fromChip's BasketballThe
took top honors In the two.day left end on defense but Colchlco from Georgia Tech when Lady a hamstring muscle for the sec. Thursday night to tell him the On Naples Says to

Olympic trials which ended will take over when ready. Luck turned him a cold shoulderand ond straight year and had to hob. Pirates have asked Blllle and manager George new face In the Naples

Friday night at the Merchant Clark Miller at the other end strange things began to ble through spring practice with one of his Gastonla teammatesto Miami DeBusman. High School athletic staff this

Marine Academy with 115.30 and tackle Krueger and Roland Lakesat happen. one good leg. report to the Asheville club. Recruiter"The fall Is that of Dick Thomas
points. complete the front First, two key linemen and a Two promising linemen were Asheville 1s the Pirates' farm
Sakamoto, who came to the four.Three back were wheeled Into surgery suspended from school for dls. club In the Class AA Carolina University of Miami la Mrs. Grimes WinsGals' 23-year-old Latinphysicsand
Interested and the
veteran linebackers In Florida world teacher
Naples, history
U.S. with his family nine years Tackle Bob Brown was oper. clpllnary reasons. which does close
League, not
Ed Pine Mike Dowdle and Matt Miami head recruiter Beach Club "B" basketball coach.
field of 22 and And George new
beat Joined ated
ago, a for a slipped disc tackle finally,eight players were out Its season for another 10
Hazeltine are the regulars Maclntyre told a Quarterback
nine other men for the Olympic dropped for cheating on final ex. Thomas graduated last spring
training squad In Los Angeles backed by Bill Cooper and rookie aminatlons, a blow that Tate days or so. Club-sponsored gathering of play. Event With 34 from Luther College at

next week. Seven of the 10 will Wilcox. said "cut the guts out of the The Seminole Indian ball era and parents Friday night at The regular board meetingof Decorah Iowa, where he maJ-
go to Tokyo, with Sakamoto a Jim Johnson and Abe Wood. College Grid team." player told Rice he Is enthusedat the high school auditorium. the Beach Club Women'sGolf ored In Latin and played foot-

centalnty.The son will play the corner spots on On the first four teams at the the prospect( of moving up to Under new head coach Charlie Assoclatlonwas held Tuesday ball for three years for the
defense with help from Howard finish the season with a Tate, Miami will do more exten.
start of higher-
Game PromisesTo fall practice Monday 25. Recommendations -
Williams Mertens and Kermit rive recruiting\ of Florida high Norsemen. He was a starting
New York Mets have four Tate will have only six seniorsto classification club despite an school were made by the boardto halfback and linebacker.
Alexander will be the safeties Maclntyresaid.
new coaches this sprint Don with Bobby Waters, formerly a Be Livelier work with 16 juniors and 29 unimpressive .235 season Under former coach Andy be presented at the general
Heffner Mel Harder Wee Wee sophomores batting In the Class A
average Gustaf son there few meeting.
quarterback, and Elbert Kim. were only a
trum and Warren (Sheriff Robin brough. reserves NEW YORK (AP) College I'll"It'll tell be an that Interesting" season, Western Carollnas( League. Florida boys on a Miami squad Winners of last week's event Liston
you commentedthe Clay
ion. football this fall may be a trine former No. 1 assistant to How much action Blllle will that consisted mostly of play were Mrs. Virginia Edwards, ,
ers from Pennsylvania and the Mrs. M.M. Roland and Mrs.
more confusing to the ordinaryfan ,
Coach Bobby Dodd at Georgia see at Asheville, and wherehe
but It almost certainly will Tech. midwest. Howard Johnson who tied for
CO-OP APARTMENTon be will play, are unknownas Maclntyre said he hopes to re.
better from a technical
first with 39.
place a net
will be the youngest, of the moment. Blllle turn to take Backers PlanToDefyWBA
says Naples to a closer
standpoint and likely It will be a
Winners of this week's
club In event
the beach. One bedroom, furnished Air swifter, livelier game. greenest my experience he understands Asheville has look at NHS football players who

conditioned. Priced for quick sale That's mainly because of the In desperation, Tate launcheda had some Infield Injuries lately. are college prospects.MacIntyre, were
nationwide search for 1st Mrs. Leslie Grimes
Junior Billie has been short- a 1961 Miami graduate, played
$13,000. 1964 changes in the rules which playing
college transfers to fill the gaps, quarterback for the Hurricanesuntil with a net 34; 2nd Mrs. David
stop Just short of a complete stop most of the season. He
but he Isn't
sure yet how many with 3rd A tie
Jones 35)
and an Injury In his junior year )
THE MOORINGS revival of the platoon system of those signed will Gastonia teammate John
actually re.
between Edwardsand
restricted his further football Mrs.
which was abandoned In 1952.! Golden a second baseman who
When most coUege teams re.sume also Is moving up to( Asheville, playing to defense only. Mrs. Roland with a net 37. NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -
600 Wedge Drive practice within the next port.Olson's are regarded as good He was accompanied to Naplesby Notice of the quarterly Professional boxing found Itself

few days, they'll be operating Chances men. Golden has had glove- Bernie Boa, a Miami grad general meeting will be forth- flst.deep In a new controversy

, New and magnificent with "lots of living" under a substitution rule which' trouble than Blllle In even more who Is active In the school's at. coming when Mrs. Eckard returns Saturday with promoters of a re.
permits the use of two or three solving umni association. They showed next week the club an- turn heavyweight title bout be.
for the active family. Next to the golf units and the liberal employ. Look Good For Western Carolinas League films of some of Miami quar. nounced. tween Casslus Clay and Sonn)

course. Three bedrooms and two tile baths, ment of specialists Last year's pitching,however. terback George Mlra's finest Liston vowing defiance of a
There 23
dream kitchen, large living room screened rule permitting free substitution Crack At TitleSAN plays. Mira graduated last were players out World Boxing Association ban
Blllle Is second on the team this Tuesday, rated "a very
spring and this fall will be such
enclosed porch and two car enclosed ,a. only on certain downs proved a on a fight
rage. unworkable and unpopular.The FRANCISCO (AP) In runs batted In and Is expectedto rookie for San Francisco In the good showing for this time of "If that's the stand of the

general opening day for Carl (Bobo) Olson knows he close out the season as Gas- National Football League.Dr. year." WBA, we'll Ignore It. Somewhere

Here i U your opportunity to own a lovely practice Is Sept. 1, though a few can't go on boxing forever, yet tonla's leader In triples. He William Barrett of Naples In the United States, the

home that will offer you space plus full teams have been able to make before he finally hangs up his has been hampered lately by a arranged for the Miami men's fight will go on in November,''

value for your house dollar. Quotation early starts under a NCAA pro. gloves he wants to fight for the broken Index finger on his right visit. Macintyre and Boxx sub. Rams Building said Harold Conrad a spokes.
vision which permits teams to light heavyweight champion. hand, resulting from a head- stituted for Miami assistant man for Inter.ContlnenUl pro.

$28,500. begin practice two weeks before ship.Chances first slide back Into second baseIn coach Fran Curd, who could not Around SolidDefensive motions, which envisions the

the first day or classes or 16 of getting that wish a recent game, but the make It here. Maclntyre Invited match as a $4.25 million affair.
WESLEY G.DOWNING. days prior to the first scheduled looked good today for the 36. Seminole has been the Naples team to a free game Line
game Navy, for Instance, had year.old former middleweight playing regular In Miami this fall, U and when The choice\ of states for a re.

its first workout Thursday.A champion whose career seemed anyway. coaches here can arrange it. ORANGE, Calif. (AP) Full. turn go between Clay, the

Realtors few scattered games are washed up eight years ago when back Is the big problem with the I champion and Liston will be
I scheduled as early as Sept. 12-, his bid to( regain the 160-pound() Los Angeles Rams who are rebuilding ., severely limited, however If all
Inc among them the season's first title ended In a knockout at the around a solid defen,. the states that are members of

nationally televised game, be. hands of Sugar Ray Robinson. aloe line and a fast.lmprovlni g the WBA observe Its sanctions.
Wesley G. Downing & Earl L. Frye tween UCLA and Pitt. Most col. Before a nationwide television n, a quarterback, Roman Gabriel. Thirteen states do not belong

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS leges won't start playing until audience Friday night, Bobo "We expect to Improve on las'I to the WBA but the two biggest

Sept 19.Backtracking. convincingly outpointed 24-year year, largely because our quart. New York and California -
7W 5th A'enue. South, Arrww from from the severe old Wayne Thornton of Fresno, lI'back. Gabriel, will have moo t have disapproved a second

First Nitlonsl Bank In Naplr. Fh.I substitution limitations Immedl. Calif., who had been ranked No. experience," said Svare at tin e Clay Liston bout. That

ately after 1952, the rulea.mak. 2 contender by the World Box. & tk Rams' camp. leaves Arkansas, Delaware,
era this year reached the point ing Association The Rams lost their\ first Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Nebras.
where a coach now can send In Olson, 177V4. of San Francis .. d'E games last' fall Then the]y ka, New Hampshire, Oklahoma,
a full team any time the clock Is co, beat his 178-pound foe to the a hSrMa turned around and won five o t South Carolina, South Dakotan
DU stopped. When It Is running, punch repeatedly In the 10 roan. their next seven beating Sai and Wyoming as possible sites.

I MONTFirst each team is limited to two sub. der at Kezar Pavilion and even a atom Francisco twice and Detroit' After voting first 27.2 and
stllutlons at any one time. an eye cut suffered in the fourth !' Baltimore and Minnesota one then
? unanimously Friday to
The only other rule change of round failed to hamper old r each. The word around the Na' ban the proposed bout, the WBA
much significance to spectatorsIs Bobo. tlonal Football League was tha t
put teeth In Its action by outlln.
one designed to dlscourtje Referee Frankle Carter the Rams were to be feared II n
Ing penalties which It said It will
deliberate out-of-bounds passesto scored the fight 64 and so did 1964. enforce 'to our fullest extent"
with the finest stop the clock or to avoid yar. Jack Downey under* California's Ben Wilson's decision to pas:s The WBA, which dropped Lis.
doge losses. On such plays, the system of awarding the winnerof up pro football for dentistry aft. ton from Its heavyweight rat.
clock will be started again as each round from one to five er a fine rookie year left a gap. ings after his loss of the title to

soon as the ball Is spotted, In. points. Judge Elmer Costa had Ing hole at the fullback position. Clay last February, specifically!
stead of when it Is put In play. 5.. and The Associated Press 6. Svare has been switching hi!s refused to sanction a second

in Television backs around, trying to come UI|p fight because of Its ban on re.
with a replacement for Wilson.
turn-bout clauses in fight con.
R might turn out to be Did
sass Bass the d contracts
halfback who share(
There's Nothing Like It In Naples . <' the heavy duty ground worl k

F v\ with Wilson last year.
rr"a This Is the third year for Gabriel THE

Y the former North Carolina:
V"ffiageGreen State quarterback. Progress has Biq.
been slow but steady. After win.

d gv nine the job late In 1962, he gave

iRe1:23H ____m_ way to rookie Terry Baker for f
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COLDER COUNTYNEWS N.plw, FU. SUM.)** Angin 10. MM 9

County Realty Week Average-$415,200

Carol. . Brother Circus, was a (terrier
clubmate of Miss Scherri an.
county real estate transactions for the last full week in GOLDEN GATE (Continued from page 1)) MISS Unes has been seen m
August reached a total value of 415200. The total for the The fallowing transaction were by the Gulf American She laughing, tells how people the Ed Sullivan show
month of August was $1,729,295 Land Corp., In Golden Gate Estatest to R. Zoppo Co, Inc., would stare as she road the Among other hobbles, Miss
wy"r Rosllndale, Mass, Tract 95, Unit 1, $7,800<; to Minna Gro. unluyele to he grocery store Carol picks reading,sewing and
Sales of $1,000 or over with value taken from tax stampson they and Elaine Casta, Far Rockaway, N.Y., part Tract or to the beach. More rec- swimming as her favorites.
S3, Unit 2, $2,900<% to Carl R. and Martha E. Overly Mi.
recorded deeds Included the following ; eotly, however, she said othersIn Brother Jon who will be a
ami, Tract 76, Unit 2, $3,300;; to Frank and Irma Gonzales, ninth this fall, is alsoa
Sarasota the grader
The Naples Golf and Beach Club, Inc., to Henry B. Wat. NScottsmoor. Fla., Tracts 86 and 113\ Unit 2, $17,200; to Roy riding unicycle
r per w / kina and Edwin A. Jones, Naples, part Lot 10, Unit 1, Co. James and Earleen S. Seibert, Miami, Tract 119, Unit 2, reduced the novelty to common circus performer,working on
quina Sands, $56,000; Moorings Dev. Co to A. Charles and $5,400(; to Bruno and Veronica Altenburg, Syracuse, N.Y., sight. the rebound tumbling and raying
Louise Wagnorne, Naples, Lot 3, Blk 15, Unit 5, The Moor Tract 16, Vnlt 3, $9,000; to Frank and Jannle Jupena, l ridden a unicycle six trapeze Miss Car" reported *
ings, $45,000; Moorings Co.toD.M.andS, Inc, Spring. Jeannette, Pa., Tract 4 and 23, Unit 4, $10,000>, to Roy feet high" she said describing ,
field, nl.,Lot 21 and 2lA,Blk 14,Unit 5, The Moorings, $IB,. James and Earleen S. Seibert, Miami, Tract 18, Unit 4, her peiforminces in thepublk ------
000; George A. and Louise Fortln Grady R. and Mildred $3,200<%; To Earl C. and Frances Paradls, Miami, Tract \ appearances of the Sailor Gunpowder
M. Webb,Naplespart! Lot 88,Naples Improvement.Little 68, Unit 4, $4,000 Circus high school group. Evidence that the Chinese
Farms, $20,800;; Joseph W. and Anne Healton to William A. Isaac W. Aklns to J. Mervln and Anna Mae Miller 1mmo. That one she has discarded as Is not
and Jacqueline K. Hendry.Napl.s,part Lots 21,22,23 and 24, kale, Lot 24 and part Lot 25, Blk 2, Hull Heights, $8,300; a oommon mode of tranlportIII. Invented gunpowder Saltpeter 'for nl-
Blk 24, Tier 5, Naples, $19,500; Ross and Mary E. Parrackto M.H. Davis Properties, Inc., to L>nett B.Atkinson, Miami, conclusive.
Robert E. and Ella E. McCarville, Naples, part Lots 20, Lots 35 and 36, Elk (0, Unit 6,Nit Us Park, $1,600;; NovellaC. Ion. Ire). In essential ingredient of.
21 and 22,Blk 20, Tier 6, Naples, 11500. Arnn to Mae N. Pltass, Nework, N.Y., Lois 779 and A unicycle, In case you planto gunpowder first was men
800, Unit 2, Palm River Estates $10,000; Gabriel H. Luff buy one, costs about $80. tioned in the writings of an
Hawthorne. tone Corp., to David J. and Ethel Burkhardt, to Bobby L. and Roberta M.BozemanNaples, Lots 5 6 and Vicki Unes, with Mingling Arabian about 1200 A.D.
FISH STORY-Dr. R. E Nakatani. left and D. H W. Lul Mastic Beach, N.Y., part Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, Blk D, Tier 7, 7, Presque Isle, $4,300; Thomas Carrolto Edward and Mary
are conducting experiments to determine the effects of Naples, $3,200; Estate of Fay A. Blue Fayard to First Nat'l Wanag, Wilton, Conn, Lots :21: Blk A, Sabal Shores, $2,500<%;
radiation on fish. Recent tests in their Richland Wash.. Bank of South Miami, Tr., Miami, part Blk 16, Tier 7, Sea. Sylvester V. and Margaret R. Delvy to Edward and Miry)
biology laboratory indicate there Is no significant physical board Replat, Naples $18,000:; Natel, Inc., to Stanley A. and Wanag, \\ilton, Conn, Lot 22, Blk A, Sabal Shores, $2,500.
change In fish that have been fed large amounts of radio. Mary 1..Veatch,Naples, Lot 13,Blk F,Unlt 2, Coquina Sands, IT'S TIME
active substances $4,200; E.H. Frank and Anna Leo McSwain to Elbert E. and COUNTY
Jane Jenkins, Naples, Lot 19, Lakewood Park$1,800; Robert George H. and Pearl L. Rawls to Roy J. and Bobble Loon. for a
.......as..... ,:... ... . w..J't":; .j. mews E. and Ella E. McCarville to Kyle and Bonnie Parrack, Na. ey, Miami, parcellnSec 111,Twp 49,Rge 32, $30,000; GeorgeN. "
pies, Lots 2 and 2 AUnit 4Oyster Bay, $19,300; William J. Attaya to George and Tlllle L. Psharra, West Roxbury, COST
Tomlin to Rufus and Christine Belk, Naples, Lots 5 and 5A, Mass, parcel In Sec 25, Twp47,Rye" 27, $1,700; Howard and
Tips 0 n A Unit 4, Oyster Bay, $18,900; KiR Contractors, Inc, to Lu. Susanna K. Shields to Jack W. and Bonna L. Conrad, Pom. ItLOW
r clue and Ruby Layton, Naples, Lot 75, Blk IV, River Part pano Beach, parcel In Sec 34, Twp 50, Rge 31, $1,000;; Home Improvement l
I' 80 t East, $9,900; Ray and Nola M. Roberts to Nils H. and Helen Calust Acreage Corp., to John Thorsky\ Chicago, parcelIn
Boating ( USCGA [ Brunn, Southampton, N.Y., Lot 17, Demere Landing, $1,800.'ERLE Sec 19, Twp 50, Rge 34, $1,300. Loan

Sunny Florida Acres, Inc., to Eugene F. and Genevieve
Brennan, Chicago, parcel In Sec 13, Twp 51, Rge" 34, $1,300;
Members of Naples Flotilla Imum load and horsepower Sunny Florida Acres, Inc., to Charles Albert and Doris I Old, CHECK for w.tth.r f
93 of the U.S. Coast Guard Aux. New boats have an 0,B.C. tag Stockley, Lake Forest, 111, parcel in Sec 13, Twp 51, Rge
lltary offer some hints to make giving this information 34, $1,300; Sunny Florida Acres, Inc., to John R. and Na.
excursions safer and more en. In oml A. Balosky\ Runnels, la., parcel In Sec 13, Twp 51, Rge
"SUndinir small
Joyablet up boats 34, $1,300; Florida Sunshine AcreageInc.,to Angelo Angela. need CO FIRST to
be _.
Exercising common sense can danlt rou An expeited i poulos, Chicago, parcel In Sec 19, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300; For your every banking
float with your first step turn or wake from another Sunny Florida Acres, Inc., to Mathew E, and Anna Kralntz, National Bank
aboard Is rood practice toward boat could throw a passenger t< Waukegan, Ill., parcel! Sec 24,Twp 51,Rge 34, $1,300; Sun. First
safety for yourself and others overboard Never make a sharp rT ny Florida Acres, Inc, to Jack J. and Harriet Donatelll,
When boarding small boats turn at high speed Chicago, parcel In Sec 24, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300; Emit J. of Naples
from a shallow or medium 'A final word refunding a Stan to W.H. Perrlns, Hialeah, parcel In Sec 34, Twp 52,
Rge 31, $3,000 Paollta Station Estates Inc. to Paul and Federal Deposit insurance Corp
height pier, step Into the boat juvenile practice we see in ;; ,
at near the renter as possible the Naples bay and waterway, May Hopewell, Miami, Lots 124 and 123, Sec 21, Twp 53, Federal! Reserve System
keeping your body low Boaid namely bow riding with dangling Rge 34, $3,400.
Ing from a beach or hitch pier feet while speeding
go Into the boat over the bow. along A nuhmeiged obstruction
Never jump Into a boat froma could give the boat such 'J1\
high pier. Near proper bout a jolt as to throw the rider off sp I
shoes; they may prevent InjUry and pomibly light into the tUtltl'9- I END 0 SUM MER
. to elbows and knees, or putli of the propeller 4
even worse mishaps 'The seasoned bonier regards .
"When aboard. take your such practice as in the r* :t !JN
est and stay there until con. same class as riding a childon **o |
ditlons warrant moving about the hood of your car while tOW

not Always overloaded.lee that your Your boat motor l In speeding down the highway RaYI ral Ell Dft gill

should be matched to your boat
and your dealer or any marina Find Big Still gee r

will help you determine max. In TALLAHASSEE Duval County(AP-In a : III. '"lOIn "I

predawn! race with Hurricane r
82 At Splash Cleo, state beverage department a
agents destroyed an Illegal whis.
ky still near Jacksonville.The "
Cocktail PartyOf agents usually make their BREATHTAKING SAVINGS. .
raids In daylight, but said they ,
Cruise ClubEightytwo raided the operation in darkness e MAGNIFICENT CONTEMPORARY
Friday to beat Cleo to the scene ,
members and The still was located behinda
house"at Dunn's Avenue and rh
of the NapIesCrulseClub WHITE WALNUT BEDROOM
guests U.S. 1 In north Duval County. or
had a cocktail and splash party Cleo was headed on her path of
at the pool of the Tahitian Cove destruction toward the location 1\ IV A U1IIRL-Barbara Werle is a movie starlet
Congress Inn Friday night. A when the agents discovered the 'Barbara Is in a whirl of activity-singing and acting lessons
number of the group came in still. <;tc.,-while she prepares for that big break. Barbara
their own boats which they tied Agents found 6,000 gallons oft.erve is apparent as, clad in bikini, she runs from under
up at the Cove Inn docks. mash, capable of making 600 her I hat in an exuberant moment on her Sunset Strip terrace. I sn
Mrs. Dorothy Stoneburner had gallons of moonshine onre a.
made arrangements with the week. I
Inn to have a bar and snack Eugene B. Blount, 40, was ar. iEi

table which set added up to around the festivity the pool of slon rested of and an Illegal charged distillery.with posses[ Read !the Wa tAds

the occasion. .
The monthly dinner meetingof
the Cruise Club will be GOP Senator
held at 7o'clockTuesdaynight.
September 8, at the Cove Res- Studies Dem'sBid TRADESThe j

taurant following a social hour To Seminar
6 o'clock.Jeep .
which will stan at
COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP)-State
Sen. John R. Rees is ponder.Ing following Properties for
whether to accept an invita.
Itlon to a statewide Democratic
Sale the will
1 seminar for legislative can. or owners con-
I dldates. .
A letter, signed by Demo. sider Trades. :
cratlc State Chairman Manfred
Core promised "our books will
Sales, Parts, Service be completely open for any in. 4-pce suite
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The senator, who has two more # Commercial waterfront property on Slat Doub'a'! D.ss-af, Mir re r,
tai remaining in his term, is
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Many New Teachers Welcomed To Collier County

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i NEW TEACHERS at Shadow'lawn, from left are : Mis Jean Downs
first grade ; Mis Janet Cnsman second gi.ido : Mrs Edith Abetn.ithu?,
1EP third grade ; Mm Ann" Iledden. plusual education .tnd Mis Jan I
Whited, second grade,
CARVER will have n quartet of new, teachers who, from left, are :

Charles Barton, coach and science Betty Donalson, first grade ; ,,,.
NEW TEACHERS at Bethune this year will be Yvonne Johnson, librarian and Richard Stebbins who will teach Englishand rv +4 ) ; f ,
r Irene Pugh (seated) who will be in the special math
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ax, .y NEWCOMERS to Immokalee High School, fiom lift au Donald Sims,
English ; Bill Bioxson, football coach and Instoix' and Jerome Edwards ,
aA111V who will direct the band and chorus,, I

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IMMOKALEE ELEMENTARY will have eight new teachers this fall
including, from left, George Nielsen who will teach in the sixth grade TOMMY BARFIELD Elementary School will be
I Karen Oakley, third grade and AI Van Netta, who will be at Pine in the hands of Nathan Crosby, who will be principal .
Crest School Others not present for the photograph are Mr, and and in in charge of the upper glades and
:Mrs! Dave Snell, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Weed, and Miss Ethel Ranck Mrs, Dell Settles, primary grades teacher

Mayor Turner Airs ,
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Parking ProblemsAt


Realty Meeting Y #
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Plans to correct the problem will be applied toward paymentsof
of off.street parking In Naples property purchased. Initial
were outlined by Mayor Archie areas will be along Sixth Ave.
Turner to the Naples Board of nue, South, and the alley South '
Realtors during their regular of Fifth Avenue, he said : SEA GATE EI.E IE'TAr.openinlC: for the first time on Monday will
monthly luncheon meeting Fri. Turner mentioned a study rT ae have almost an entire new facultj A few teachers transferred from
day at Baronl'i Restaurant made by a special committee otherschools, From left seated are : Mrs, Joan O'Connell fourth grade ;
The City cannot spend ad val. which studied similar problems Miss Judith Hough, music ; Mrs, Lei Marshall, fifth grade and Miss
orem taxes for off.street park. which had been faced by Sara. Peggy Pitman, thud ;
grada From left
lag facilities, Turner sota and other standing are : Mrs, Shirley
explain. communltl".H.complimented
: Topovski.) fifth grade ; Kobeit O'Conntll, sixth grade Wallace Aber-
ed, but : ;
past parking meter re. the committee and
venues in excess of $20,000will its chairman, James Bell, for fJ Eddy nathie, ,first sixth giade grade ; James Donnelly, exceptional child ; and Miss Susan
be sufficient to Inaugurate the thoroughness of its study ;
purchase of off-street parking and Its recommendations
facilities/ and future revenues Mayor Turner also discussed
the possibility of a savings to t.
the City and more convenience
Lions To Hear to customers by having a park.
ing attendant collect parking
fees, rather than use meters :
Judge StanleyAt exclusively i ;
f'U we do not approach these l ". ;

Noon Meet problems now, with a view to BRAND NEW to the teaching staff at Naples Senior High, from left,
solving them with all possible kneeling are Howard Scherman distributive education ; Fred Willis,
luncheon Judge Richard speaker Stanley at the will Lions be from speed us, the," he City stated.will grow away math ; and Dick Thomas, latin physics and histoiv From left standing

Club's first regular meeting of Mayor Turner also said he are : Mis. Ellen Wright, social studies and math ; Robert Kennedy,
Math Mis. Patsy Hauling. English and George Kearney, English
the season on Tuesday, September believes City Council would be :
1, at 12 o'clock (noon) at the most receptive to licensing park. -
Piccadilly Pub on Fifth Avenue, Ing grounds owned and operated , ei
South. by private individuals Seven Georgia dUes( have
"Juvenile Delinquency", its Racial Barriers Fall been named in Integration suits.
: causes and possible solutions, NEW MEMBERSEarl Atlanta, where a grade.a->ear '
will be the subject of his talk. Frye, Paul Lees and ClIt. plan was started In 1961, ,:om.
He is also expected to give his ford Anderson were Inducted as pietas Integration of high
views on the suggested approach new Realtor members. David C. In More Dixie SchoolsATLANTA schools this year White schools
of making public the names of Ju. Jones, Wesley Downing and WU. admitted 144 Negroes last ear
venUe offenders, a subject of Ham Loach were awarded brief. and more than 800 are expectedto
much recent debate. cases for sponsoring a new mem. (AP) Southern count)} opened Its hlte school be In the enrollment of 109,000
Increased recreational fadll. her states, applying their interpre. docs to Negro first graders for the September term
ties for the young, such as the President John Wood "ompll. tatlon of the Supreme Court's Fi recently formed Naples Teen mented the Arbitration and Crle- deliberate speed rate for school none appeared. The Bounty, turned down a Negro plea recently for
Club, wUl also be discussed by vance Committee for Its thor. Integration, are opening addl. along with Biloxi and Jacksonare desegregation of all Atlanta _
Judge Stanley.All oughnees and intelligent handling tlonal prevously white school to under court orders to dese. schools Immediate!) Failure of rM
local Lions members are of the problems given to it. Mem. Negroes. gregate first grades under sstairstep Negroes to gain ai 'eptan-e: at
urged to attend the meeting and bers are George Huntoon Chair. Registration of Negroes for plan. an elementary school in Atlan. I 1
visiting Lions, guests and form man: Charles Cox, N.P. Sloan the first time proceeded In a Biloxi registered 17 Negroes ta. Friday is expected t
er members are also welcome, and Leslie Johnston number of cities and counties at white schools and Jackson 43. new court action. bring
according to Jack Rothfuss, publicity HB Watkins Jr. announced during the week. In most Instances In Montgomery, Ala., cradle Tennessee .
chairman for the club. 'that But Savage will the change Is the result of the Confederacy where the began desegregat.Ing
speak to
schools as far back 19.1'7and :
MLS contendthe modern Negro revolution as
members at their meet. of court action. Negroes began
Ing next Tuesday rate still amounts to onlY the board of education, acting several cities and counties
3 Review : Savage will are integrating classes for the
Weather outline the sewer ....,smenl token integration. on a court order assigned Ne.
Max. Mln. Rate' 'I IA structure, Watkins said, Threatened withdrawal of fed. grog to white schools Twenty. first time this year J. Howard
8.00 Wood reminded the eral fund s new lever nine had applied for transfer Mart, education commissioner, I
. II M 11 group of notified the
j t the "DI.trlct Flvejivto brought Into play by the Civil but the board, acting under the recently 133 school
A.r" nA.r. Tr.j!I held September 12 in be Rights Act, could be responsiblefor Alabama placement Law, ad. systems they would lose al fed. I II
24 .6 74 Tr. ,Top speakers on research Bradenton. integration gains in some ar muted only eight.Elsewhere eral funds If racial barriers ail j I. lroe -a
Aa,. 15 3Aug. 74 ,,0.00 ,etUig and trading be'hwrd mar. eu. Federal authorities Indlcat.d In Alabama, not dropped.
:. t2 74 000. luring the business recently that voluntary com s' i ,MS,. will be desegregated in Token integration has oc. NEW FACES at Naples Junior High School, from left seated are
AWr.. IT ( 88 7$ '.14 and a social evening wU1 sessions hear., pi lance would be sought before Blrm ugham, Mobile, Huntsville curved in It of 67 Florida count Mrs Xobtc: II, Ston English! G, L Ford, math and Miss Dorothv
20 / 11 n 000 ]I ranged for members and their federal assistance funds are ut. ail Cadsden and in the ,unties lies since 1959 and Miami Fremstad science From left standing are K C Pittman, E iglish
DM*4 SUB**'eel' by Cirlbbt ....- families, he added. In Mississippi, rural Leake ,n! Mobile Madison ai .<. :,[aI'OII. schools have desegrated. Art Serfling couns or and James W Brandon prui,:ipai., I

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I 48-Apts. For Rent 57-Homes For Sal.
1 Announcements
,!,::4ielpWanted: Male 58-Lofs For SaleGLORY
I II T h... bodci''w home. -loll toshopping.
F ; \ eit'Beauty Salon Deck Hand wantad for Private SABLE SHORES ArTS.MI Chiirchos. schsol.Sower .

0bt ) NtIDt 107t 7th St. South yacht Contact Mr Wain at I 44SfKellyRoad sir Conditioned .c.nd BEll!

Corner of 11th Ave ftMt Beachcomber Club for interview end _A..u Ani lanai. bach yard Cyclone fence Have you teen the new Starter

I 7th Street M.. 10.7 Phone MI 2 ?IS6 1/21 tf 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED enclol.d Payments only $7000 Subdivision that Offers II wtterfronl .

II Young mm to keip new and APT GREEN ACRES Ml r n0uri.. .nciiidng lanes and loll with occeii to th.

used carl clein help inshop 22990 "/ltf John R Wood ft Ai.o'n'.i fluff and Inland waterway
Boats-Motors Acces. S't' Those fots are toned so Ihetoach
I I II Will, trim PatriWood $30 Sth Ave S. Ml 113ID'
P 50' 140' lot
0 0 will take
1737 33940WANTADGRAM Chrysler Plymouth.
26' CABIN; CRUISER 1961\ 1/21 30W.nl.d EBB TIDE APTS. .,Ih., a ,.u"" .p.rtm.nt house.
For Sale By Dover
5 duplee 0' a single family'
CO. Weekly Monthly Season Bdrm Florida room ti"...
I by OWENS YACHT house \ dwelling No city aood
an enperenced .t
Modern furnuhed efficiencies bell, C s house at OhS 10th water, paved streets. boottandin.5
Tr.d..in Chrs Craft mon ""th lovoraIwaintonanceabilily ,
annem ft bedroom apt. No Low down pavm.nt cod and only m miles
Cap M.nl. Stored con boat Gulf ohoroapertmentend Kelly Rd E Naples 71 month ,o euuftedbuyer
pet of
from the Heart Naples Cull
Alcohol motel units Write boo 173716Help
houie line new stove Call Dick Hit Mi 1 4'03
I Will, adore the location of the
Cabin A 35 Collier' County NewsB30
I II never uled 'mt in per. week I/U f. If
Write your own wont-ad. It's easy . It'. fun. Write ad in the feet Cond Local orig owner SI Eff' "nyc', .. U., WIlk ur
your Ipacebelow JOHN WOOD & Associates
happy to discuss boat with iRiS' M"'iL' MI Royal Palm Dr Immiculite

I count the words to find your cost. Try a low cost want-ad today to buyer. Available : :JO: o. MI : 5199. CBS home New wall to wall Sit Ith Ave 1 _Mil.7351Residential
sell trade. E carpet 2 bath doses d t utol.m& .
buy, .m.n'dd" For RenI
Ship: Shore Rid II 44 MAR' Lot Lake Park
Fnhing Chain Bow Rail' Able elderly malt Sltidy New duple apti, 2 br J baths LOWE BECK .W.th Ave N oarsc howl and-llorei ll.lIt

I Nome ................. ...................___..._....___.._ Teak peck Compel Proofr.... .,. wrol.,. Id.. m.n each Ideal, for near teachers beach Will ft canter furnish. .South Ml I bOil Pill wltfPNIVAIt MARLOWE ft BECK 413 Sth
I II Pr.t
Bilge Life Good m, I Foot
MINIMUM Pump neat typer if Ave South Ml 11221
CHARGE 7SLO Anchor ft Line' Boat Hook ... eiiperionco tutor Cf. denred CHI Mrs' Hoffman. SAkE 1/II.th,1I
-- Complete Galley olive Midway 2 SUI or 143t aftirn49Houtt NO BROKERS
wriling remodel
M.S Addrets .......................-.-----. Book Velue SJ.95 Reeion fish Mulcropl, tyoivg Eng Bo. I PM and onorobeiidsLorg. Owito. mull sell I", on bod room "

I I otter will be ecceptedBRUNK 1737 A)4' Collie County News Z bro. ,' bath homo ''ii THE MOORINGS LOTS OF TREES
oom lvrnshodiIO.i'tmeiit
GJosecutiveLISt"rtiuos Trade cO"lId..d MI .3757 tnt 10Would Ctntxi h out unrt an If you like tree. you'lilov. this

City ..-...-__.- - ...... SMITH CHRIS CRAFT 11.It MI.: :01 1/21 JI condtoo, ,,'''' c.'pol.nl tliioullilOu000co heft buildma: 'lot in Lakiwood
PER LINE like lo apply lor. cook 1 b.dioomi fplete 'um
p1 Park $2.3SO
I 17 foot fiberglass boat with 60 lob Only
1 or 2 Insertions. . 23 t I II HP. engine Hurricene trailer Set flhd'1 No 0.haM.z: 0' 2II" k"e'.n including vspiisalend JOHN WOOD & Associates

Phone __..._.___._.... _ _ _ lull top and sid curtami. for M > For Rent dithwanher Nicascr..ned
.3 or 4 Inse-ruons. . 18. ilia or trade Call 2 J1S7 or orchavo 4 driveway "toaara (30 Ith Ave t. Ml 17351
I Rill tl lawn Phone Ml 7 1104 ller5PM
5 Insertions . . . I lnllt 1 18lnvestment.W.nled sof
11(2)f Please publish my Classified Ad for --- RR1'TALSAPARTMENTS
20 Insertions . . in toot Chr t Craft with 80 "p.nbo..d 59-Acreage
Can be teen m wit.rit p....". men or woman Kit l.OOl :MIdllHOKSTh :

I COUNT 4i} AVE RACE I Sporttpol ails lot desirous o( encellenl raturn on HOUSES coon furn iheri ? bedioomwith

WORDS PER coniecutivi times startingI _ _ 13 Ft .ichei Bocton Whitlei then .nv..lm.nl l"v..lm.,1 II Florida room cun bo.it 40 Acr.i 3', ...,1.. from Court
LINE boit 45 H P Mercury Motor. wall minig.d prof,tibia chain, I FURNISHED, UNFURNISHED about ifs food na,(hbori and Houie, |4tO per.cr C Op.nSunday

I $.._.__._.._.,._..cosh with order. I Ride.locals Guido, Sleoring Lke ft new Console Call of Franchised. located l in Automokila North Caro A'oncios. na YEAR SEASON .1.Ill.MO the Air low conditionini prio.nfotlv, and !N Trail! r.nbb.an Ml 2 0159 l lfiii Really, 3/SO

Count 4\2\ Average Words Per Line M'' I ..n1 .rt,.r h PM 02' I end Icr Corp Florida', ,ord B''I. Thr.t and G.neral(Cnryt I IMofor J. W DYCHES, REALTOR wall few of to the will carpet ettrat are only a . many
114-, To..,. '
.) Minimum InvOllm.,1, acre ( 11110., Coun
I I II Business Opps. ISO 000 Write Boi IHA10Collier JOHNOUD &. Allol' ntn tv R.ally E..I on the Treil
1 County Rows l/ll I el R.vlalsI 130 Ilh Ave S MI171K 1ft II
Idr.... I Bath ApI. U710 per
FranchiseDealership mo.l B.lieve it or nnt 2 bod TRAIL I FRONTAGE

I I II 23-Misc. For Sal* Bd'.... I 1.lh Furnished room I both furnished house 30 ocres high, a dy land 3%
Home 1100 per moOn on beautiful 10 waterway miles from OOurlhouse MAR.

POll meOlh JO inch electric L.... Tr.rtai/0 floor rarporlM.ny LOWE ft BECK 413 till Ave
stove in Condition I Bdrm Furnuhed: Home, Carport him Royal Palms South MI 2 2l 7/2.\1
I 1121 l.d /2f2:, UI 10 minute' drive to Gulf Only
I II Available in Fla. I Bdrm, I'IYi.th near Klk\ 110009) i I HURRY. on thli en.) tl oar, traclt IS DO down tnd

SACRIFICE I Chek unfurnlihed Open AtioriatelItiriltE t00 par month No int.r.it
Sundly'nCAIOISBEAN OTTS VIRGIL 00 On. mile from Golden
I to Investor REALTY MARrilM NOHI F WWIOHT Gala City Op.n Sunday Col
I II partner Inv.lto or to fulllirne F..nch operefor Fri 'idairs. II ft. and Magic O.N Trail R..llo".1. I unI BOB IAEOER PHIL KEYES her County R.alty I |/|| If
Chel Gas bangs. 36 I InChes.Muvin lie IfIbd --- -

I tlmilar Rambler I to, Buick have "Cadillac Lincoln Ford ate, en op f,asqes 010. S.howe. .t i'2. hM built, : I i", .."I..h, cii I.."". viii, DEWEY POLLY SOMETHING ACREAGENOW DIFFERENT I IN

I under ona roof Succeiitul 1 auto tan Ave North Naplei 1/21 If carport: on ivvtu .'uito Call I
background deurabla but notaiiantial AnrTurinn Ml I ? SOle 1 61 1 0 ItII'O REALTY acre tractl located
Please remit check or money order. Minimum' Invaatmant I Solon. :' from U 5 dlDriv.
I I 26 Personal 11th STREET NORTH Gao Dew.y Polly Rialtor en t Ibis prsporty with
SO.000 00 Writa Collier County -
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So ft
News Boo 1737 A 17 l/' 4tClaan
once 1110 C.III l'45 lilt tf Tamiaml Trail, limit any other! Only fit

cotfa* and sandwich shop' ALCOHOLICS AN'NYMOUS 1 bedroom I bath home. Hove, "' 14351COO" down full priceS. I For
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE air condition, close In en Trail.. Mon orwomenm,'h drinhlrgprobloms refrigerator SIlO 1 per month 1/1 I, further Information cintact:

PrIced undar 14000 I 6104 Ask for help by call lose Royil Palm Dr Ml I D T. Enterpniet' Inc
3 SOil ,,
Sand*. ] beitrmm 7 /ini40
Ml 2 4351 l Visitors cordially .
sire en13Help inc or 29111 I }t fwi if bolh P 0 Sue tl),
REQUEST FOR BIDS NOTICE 01 INTENTION TO welcomed. Meeting in Firiliplot iurgr pnreh. ronl..1 ait
RESOLUTION RE: CHANGE IN ii riaraby flvtii by the: REGISTER I ICTITlOIlS NAME Church A enoson Ith Attractive Gu.it Houie. "2 c""dloo" diip.s. d..h".het"ov.
LOCATION 01 VOTING PRECINCT Board of County, Commliilonert olNotlca Want. Female ..Iror.'o'. all 'om,
The undersigned does hereby cc, St ,,7th Ava every Taos and Block from new Sea Gate T..ctc"m500; !
Collier Florida. that It will I 10 ktchon, 1/4.500 forms 160 A Per A.
NO.4 County that ihe Publicity Fri. night at S 111 P M School, completely I furnlihedHO nosy
tlfy conducting a
WHEREAS h.r.tofor. Votin1 rsceivsse.Ied bids at the office olMariarat I butinatt it at Naplet. Florida Typut.racaptionul wanttd. part. per month on yearly :nose: MARLOW' a .'C" cot Ilh This .ii aneoce ilevf mv.itm.nl
Precinct No.4. Town of Marco T. Scott Clark Court. of or full tima. Protawlonal offit. or rent monthly Call I 5(6) Ave So MI 71Zll.RIO or Farm land
i under the fictitioue
I Florldi. had been eitabhihed at houia Naples florid., until l30 I NAPLES NEWS BUREAU name Ml S 1527. 12130lalat 33-Services Offered 112. IIGu..1 t. f I. If 10 Acre trail WI 130' on folio,

P M., S. u964covering of Hi new prouot.dNaplei
the G ft G Mercantile In laid Town Tuesday Saptambar Capri way
of Marco, Florida. and monthly raqulramanlt ciths REYNOLDS n.l.dd'on: Apply house Smell utilitiel CUSTOM DEIGNED for FlorIda I to Mirto Island Route.
WHEREAS due lo recent davilop Board for the fiscal vair ht and that and firm It competed of a Li l.nl.r. ReoalI.Naples furnished ISO per mo. Z J801. living' Ideally 1..I.d Adiacent Land Priced, Connd
the following periont whole .moo Shopping S/21 tf SLIP COVERS 1/23 >t near the Gull Walking' dn
cent of Marco Island, the afore ginning, Octobar I. 1964 and ending erably H'ghat than ours boodT.rmi
rtid precinct location, It no longer September 30. 1965. Bids will than end placet of residences ere at fol- Woman ..p.ro.ncad Insscre.sand Tropical' Drepary a Uphoistar.I 3 bedroom turn home 1100' lance to THE MOORINGS Golf 0 Jfond'.Y'h Cirib i

available C oruosas a voting' pra be tabulttad and .", .rd. made onTuaiday. lowiMrt: work Mutt know short.bond. Ins Mi P 9I1 7nI 90 month winter, |IO mo turn end Country Club 1 bed bean : Ml
clod I orr.s.dents of the Town of Saptambar IS 1964 al I:30 Doris Reynoldi oparata an alactrle type mar. Owner on pramiiei' by rooms. J blthi CBS houne 1 HM Roolbors5/l g tf
360 12th Avenue SouthOwnerihip Fully cond ft hoofed
Marco I Florida P.M. for the following Itami: : 2 air
mn leroy'd have pltaiant tele 36-Wanted To Aug 6Ih. ISO I'th Ave. Naples
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RE (A) BULK GASOLINE 100 octane of NAPLES NEWS phone E H. Morhoef.r Buy Perk BOO Ill3LABEDR Walled Solarium Florida sun Quick rril I ?0 icret $50 per
SOLVED by the Board of County or batttr, for the Sheriff U.pt: BUREAU II .. follow: porch Patio Pritnl.il acre Op.n CollierCounty
Jr C. MI P .vne 1/27 If IruTlitTanTKrGood au"d.Y\/1
Mn Done Reynolds 100% Ui.d pickup 2 BATH oak tree Beautifully
Commiaiionart of County I (ona) 1000 gel tank pump lo floully w i If
D8.IIA. 1I.It my Intention to apply to the condition Stahlman Prop. FURNISHED. CBS HOME landscaped By appointment
Florida. that It DOES catad at tha (mmokalae I Jail and I
Clerk of the Circuit' In and Mate artiai Mamtananca, Co I2IS 3rd nIAPLtS IS PROSPERING -
HEREBY abolith tht location ofG level) 2SOO |al tank ft pump located Court 14-Help Wanted NEAR SCHOOLS SHOPPING ftGOLF A..I.I. ARE YOU'
; for Collier County Florida, to SI to l/2 if COURSE YEARLY LUCILLEVIRGIL
ft G M.rcan lit Iasvotn i pre.cinct at tha Shariffa offlca In East Na-
number 4 end does hereby etteblnh : pita, Successful bidder to furnish liter the said name of Need I or ) men part or full RENTAL I HO. PER MONTH. MARCUM NOBLE WRIGHT PRIME MOORINGS 41ecrei
the -
the location of ind precinct tank, ft pumpa ba axpraulyundaratood NAPLES NEWS BUREAU time sales work Call Ml 2.3.15. 38-Autos For Sal. BOB JAEGER PHIL KEVES
.t the Church of God Partonaga. on REYNOLDS ENTERPRISES ./28 It See
Town of Marco Florida this Him will not ba binding, On tha under the provisions of Chapter a H. LUFF DEWEY POLLY
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Sheriff 20153 Lows of Florldi Act of 11141.Au' Stock bo oantod. Appip I in'p.rswn Illbf lird ralractabla hardtop. R.. R. E. Boh MR. SMALL BUILDER 20ecret
my hand thit SOIls day cf ,*' Don'a Liggett NetNaplel all.Pluterer Pod load condition Call 411 Ninth II. North cHy water, nest_ 10 ac
the Clerk of thIs Board ad ( ) : : , lftI" I/Il lotts ,
Center. nevifrDflTnent
0 live
t, 1164 RepIne, Florida REALTY
vartiaa thIs Raiolution In a ntwi or batttr, for all other County. ., -
of ganarel I circulation in Col. trucks ate. Including Road Dapt DORIS REYNOLDS Dome Ford I Falrlons 4 dour 1/10 M Gao
wented Good mm Dewey Polly Realtor MR WHEELER ft DEALER
Riper. at least holy, (60) day I (lonsl) 4000 gal.I tank pump locatad : Aug U. 30. '.pl. I. n 11164 #251 13 71 per hour, 12 months a V. Fardometic R.dID. Heifer.Powor I b.droom guetl houte. elib n acre. AAAI.' pur ORcellence .
Corner ol HI Avo So ftTamiaml
prior to the November 1964 General I at the I mmokalaa b arson d I work See I Frencia Seyei Steering. Wheel Covara Hoping, room with' privebeen. tract opponte Port

Election (toont) 4000 ..1. tank & pump located year at Michigan, Conitruction CoPhone Vinyl trim W/W tirat Beautl tr.",.. 701 W... L.k. Dr MI Trail Royal and |ul below toulh tip
DONE AND ORDERED In raiularlemon at the East Naples barn Suecoiifulbiddar 1 NOTICE TO BIDDERS 22244 s,2tt ful baifa body and matchInInterior I 7561 I/iS It Ml I 4mOVEIUOOKINS Harbor IdeetlF
of Any
this the 25th day of August, to furnish tank pu...*.. SEALED BIDS will ba receivedby Naw car warranty. A Royal

1944.Aug.. Also, under this tom bulk petroleum the NAPLES MOSQUITO CON. buy of your life lima. Coma In -- RENTALS TIIKGULF THE SOUTH TRAIL
30. 1.64 #263 product In 1409 drums, molaroil TROL DISTRICT Naples. Collier, Retired or ..... retired I man and drive It. Ask for M,. BluaColliar WATCH NOW 461 X too "i mileS
In quart, S quart gal cant County Florid. et the Districtf'l.adquarfsrt wented for retail paint store County Molorl tOO N
(C) FUEL ft .tLI OIL. Fuel ontenilon of the Airport tilet I Full or part time' workExcrerience Trail Ml' 2 slOe 1/30 It PRIVATE: I Bedroom, I bath' Km, ,,, ma comfort can be found E of courlhouie. city water,
REQUEST FOR BIDS oil for htttlnf Courthouse, Lost Road (P O Box 7::) N a pill I neceiiery Send rae furnished room in ",ca .lIdon 'n this modern 4 bedroom P Wake up profit

The Commiuloneri of the North Naples ft diesel fuel for use In Florida up to I: 00 P ES T : urns 10 Collier. County Newt tub .section 1 Bioks from Ohs huth home overlooking Oho O.ilfCharm Iheie COLD FACT velu.ltoday
Naples Fir. Control Diltrlct will Counly equipment Counly hit lit Friday, September 4, 1964 for fur. _Bix, 1737 A 29 S/lLj! 41 -Trucks a Tractors I..ch. 150. month. individuality tranquiltmninhere .
tanki & for thate llama all blend p.rl.rlly
receive taalad bids on pumpa
Wadneidiy September 2nd et I 00 Normal dieial, fuel drool Ii 2SO (tit 'COMMERCIAL PROPANE Went Survey Instrument man TRUCK THREE B.droom I bath a" In Ibis tine, revdenro, We',. a H LUFF

P.M. et the North Naples fire house. at Immokalea barn tiltNaplat L. P. GASSPECIFICATIONS and Chain man for long term cn"do".d home in Lobe Park proud to. present Ohio fin. home. RiR E Broker
on South Street Pine Ridie burn ft OoIO..fI'it. Court AND BID employment' on Marco "aland I. IMI Intarnallonal Chassis 1120 Month an a yearly loose lo MI dnn t wait! to c.llJOHN 421 Ninth SI North
#1 One (1) International, chai houie. I FORMS may be obtained by bone Call Mr Height at Ml 2 6207 rough cab eneellenl motor, qualified tenant WOOD & Asiuuutei,
f la.
fdo h.ddor. ,, .1.0.. ,.,,... Iran. .... or MI '.3174. 1111 II' Naplet.
(D) Htatlng & cooking III for u "" ."." trantmlttion. raar and Good .
tit Model C 1300 with' 131 Inch -- liD SIN Aye. S. MI 1 7Jit 1/M S 41ocr.
County Prison Stockade, Immokalat ih'Otri toffcii.. field .. CALL
wheel ban TC141. NOTICE TO BIDDERS truck $1195 OR COME IN AND!
#2 Fire truck unit to be builton County hat own lank THE BOARD reiervet the right to! rerelved ---"H-O'MiiIYiTONr-- for 'Ituilur' howule ever 0au
chassis referred to above. with, lEt Gasoline. oil, greaia ft othar reiect eny or ell bids and waive SEALED CON. 1962 Ford Falcon DaluM elation SEE US AT ii' 'Ira' I 10 -- 7'1 acre I
In the Evergladei. any and all formalitlet by the NAPLES MOSQUITO f trarit with elettricity andrnirtt
400 gillon tank and additional, equipment petroleum productt Collier wagon Superb tacondcar OPEN FOR -
preicrlbid In ipecificitionieopiei . Copaland Royal Palm Ham BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TROL DISTRICT Nipl.1, (1260 :. tarmi and I Bedroom home nn I IlIh Other big .".... tIed ,
ea : ft Marco Filling Sta- NAPLES MOSQUITO I CONTROLCOMMISSIONERS County Florida at the District JOHN WOODand aID down I/O month and
of which may be obtained r.k: area Headquarter. eitennon of the AirPTorlda Ave la ketwain ?th i Ith per .
from LouIsa. Sechie. Executive Sec will be eligible" to Bid on Florida Collier County IF. 0. Boo 7251 '4. I ins' Of court If you're loaded or Sti priced from 114.tU lo up Open. Sunday. Collier County

.I.y. Post Offics Boo 1064 Na. this Item R. I. BRASHEAR ? up' lo ). 00 P M E.! T have good credO wa can do- ASSOCIATES 117.100. H. lly l/ll we tl
pl... Florida.Thu (IF I ) Automobile. truck tractur.prador Ch.irm.n I Friday September 4. 1964 for fur liver today thaw 196) Trucki 10 ACHE TIIACT"
tire & tubtt Bids' on thu
DOWN 171 month buys
Fir. Commllllon.r. r.llrv.the 1190 per
right to reject any or ell bide item should be only for tint grade, Aug. 23. 30. 1964' #257 ni.hl"NAPHTHENIC 1 FOG OIL V ( GMC pick up for $2024Heavy 010: 5th Avenue, South neat I BR home at lost Sper'Iivg fin pronoted Stale Highway _
and/or to 100 level tires & tub i. Court North Naplet Close in Priced. under tho
with or without cauaa SPECIFICATIONS AND BID !MI 2.7311953Listings : o ,
G Rental, the following equipment market John Wood ft AnocHO
the bid that In Ita Judgment, ( ) on obtained bone Duty V foot GMC with "
accept I FORMS may ba by
of the : t larger dump NOTICE 0" INTENTION TO Silt DOWN l 000 month tin Ave I. Ml 7n..
will 2J
be 'In the belt Intern "hJ Idi"D'y fide bidden upon ipplication' from 900 tires, 11600- per
Diltrlct trucks; draglines, REGISTER I FICTITIOUS NAME the District office. Wanted buys 1 BR. tradt in In Coconut JOHN WOOD A Anociatcg
Fire I Commliiionirt anladoiari: road graders; mirth The undersigned does horeb cer the to V foot GMC Grove
Signed: THE BOARD reiervei right LoIre Duty rienforc.d Ito Ith Ave I. Mil
buggies: tugs; bargat pile drivers; tify' the they ere conducting aaol 7m
EDWARD J. HALLICY, ell bid and waIveotnan frame. heavy front
reiect any or Have buyurs for low cool homes
distributors 10 ton road rollari '
4 used bullfictitlout
Pr..d."tGEORGE. asphalt ; arepoiran peril d all formalitieiBY and rear lilt 14000 In East N.pl.1 Collier Coun'y ROYAL HARBOR LetK. 5BA F,veaor 0 tract clot to N a plot
Under Ibis Item bidden should ness .t N.pl. I Florida. under the I B.th wlh family room.screen. ,
GEISLCR ORDER OF THE BOARD OF Renity F ..tvnih. Troll' _n/fRI" inreo is Near golf count. HOdown
'.c'y.Treaa. note that the equipment it In good. name of Pine Ridge Auto NAPLES MOSQUITO CONTROL plui tog and stall tu. .4 poch. double .aroge. | IO down 110 oar month
JOHN SHUFF I condition suitable 4 oruse who.. Center end the said firm It com. COMMISSIONERS. Collier County, central heat ft air cond Undiirconitructinn MAHLOWF ft BECK 41tlh

I<'or. ChiefAug. evar desired In Collier' County forconitruction posed of the following persons whole Florida R |I. BRASHEAR LUFF CMC INC 57-Houses For Sat. nn Dolphin Roadat A r in Ml | |?21.

I. SB U. 30. 1964 #239 of roadi. brldgea dams, places of residences, era fhnlrm.n 421 SIb St No only 127,500.WILLIAM G/ln Sio 'l'burn It

mainttnanca. _etc..endsucft_ .. _ work at tollowt: Ntplat. 1 FlaTemporary Four I bedroom homes on
at miy oe requirea oiooert- enouia Robert S H.II- Location large fully I.nd.cap.d lots J I. STONE:. INC
Clearly deicribe the type, capacity Boo 1132 Naplel. 1 Fit NOTICE TO BIDDER furnished I unfu rn,.hed. Eacellent Builders' 61-Income Property
1 condition ft location of all equipment Homer F. SlewertI2M SEALED BIDS will 6ereceived. buy for retired person ttl'enfh9f No MI11

on which bid are submitted; Highland Dr NaplelOwnerihip 1<1.. by the NAPLES MOSQUITO Collier CONTROL 45-Trailers For Rent to live in item"d rent three Owner mull solO. 10 unit Mold
olio to Indicate, whether with or of Pine Ridge' Auto Color DISTRICT I Naples out 127.100 Carl Anderion, Ml IT AIN'T NO TAJ plui I 4 bedroom apirtm.nl an
I lJ without operator ft whether rentelepphei I Ii ei follow! County Florida. at the t SOII or write Palm' River, Ei U 0 'I. C""y """",
to one or more Districts of Robert I Hell SO.*. Headquarter!. eitennon of the Airport railor.I St a ", ..k. with IV boles I/21S II MAHAL RUT . 1/1S w' .ST"
the County The Board reserves the Bon 1832 Naples. 1 Flu, Road IP O. Boo 7:1.: ) NaplelMonde 110 a week S paces n t weeh -
r'ant to allot contracta for each Homer F. Stewart >OH. up to 3 00 P E I T RoCk C.k Trrlor Park WE'RE LOADED Your princess will be perfectly INCOME I'KOl'ERTY

Din ric! If It to desires. The Beard 1211 Highland Dr.. Naples. 1 FlIt 1.. Friday. September 4. 19(4 for fur. gIfit With houtei In not small mad comfortable in this ) bedroom Why buy undevelop prop.rty.

further reiervel the right to allot U their Intention to apply 10 """'"flO' (urn and large We ere bound .om. wilhelr050dOiotingbeaufiful Hive I houses on 4 loIn City
alternate contracta In each District .the Clerk of the Circuit Court In t DIESEL FUEL 48-Apts. For RentI to have your .',. In Stock 10 'landieapinc' and b 0"t water ft TV ceble. All fur
GASOLINE of all of only Sit
the ftdaiirability REGULAR ui try b.fore vju buy payment
depending upon availability end for Collier County I Florida to give nnhed ft rented Never igein
of such equipment regular the Hid come of Pine Ridf SPECIFICATIONS AND bone BID Bedroom Apartmant, L.,.. Aik for Jock Rothfull, Sales ocr month including' ton endmiurance will you gel e bargain like Ihiel
FORMS obtained by cow p.y"1nood
(HI) Llmerock #ll. #I2 modified Auto Center under the provisions of may be from living room and pussy of cupboard Mgr location, clots ICchurch.0. Mull laces S ...... Domeitio
ft sit none Shell Fill Beech sand Cheater 2W5) Laws of Florida, Acts fide bidden,' upon application ipece, Refrigerator eity and trouble H W. Wetkine. illPmelend
Dutrict office neighborhood
Marl ft tend suitable for reed me I Of 1941. the toraleclan Rang furmihod Ar, Condi COLEMAN BOYD REALTOR Call St Naples, Ml 400..
lanai. Bidder to location of THE BOARD reserves the right 10 Tenth SI. No MI 2 5555r shopping
give Wlness their' h.nd. this' 21.1 day toner a heater ii Naples P.rk 1117 itf62Butiness
material. whether atockpile or tobe ,Of Auguit 1904ROBERT / y 0' all bids and waive Call Ml t UOI 1/21 If l" JOHN WOOD Associates
excavated by purcheier, loadedor S. HALL any and all formalitieiBY
unloaded ft PRICE PEN CU HOMER 1 F. STEWART ORDER OF THE BOARD OF (70 MO sloe I Bdrm: t Bath,on'i'Oo 110 Hh Ave t Ml 17m Property

; r YD 00 NOT QUOTE BY TON. Aug 2) 30 Sept. S. I). 1964 #2l NAPLES MOSQUITO' I CONTROLCOMMISSIONERS. 'U,". I bdrm epic tffician Pool. Nice Shrub, Gull/ N.... e three bedroom 1 beth
NAQE 1 For thall ttete whether oytter . Collier CountyFlorida C'... TV. Air Cand ItS 4th front White Send Beach home' Near echooli. near ihopping '

clam or teathellI ft |. BRASHEAR. A.... So Ml 14/41 )", n., anaioui la Sell encloted I garage. F H A Commercial Business Trail Property Frontage.

) tI I) Concrete culvert pipe. menu Chairmen t Idrm f Bith Brick Veneer, commitm.nl available M.k..n It!. 0 112' deep et a very reet

---_. factored In accord with State Road Carport. Fire Place, Walk lo nffor |I2 MO David C JanMRealtor enable Price Or 0000rw ill
; Dope Speclficetiona tea Gate School 31 1 Sth Ave So Ml consider Trading' for 'O'tel'
Ill Metal culvert pipe. menufaelured l,490GOLFER'S> S/71 H Ounda'oCARISSIAN
-- --QsJ in accord with State Road I Bdrm i Bath, '1.. Rm Caraort REALTY

-- : Department ipecificationt. utility Rm Sea view emil.gigs' DELIGHT 7S5H T.I. MI ".11"
'- ==---- tct) RC I S. RC ft semisolid ... Who Can Do It? 'in Baeuliful Sorrento Oar Only a pitch and putt from the .,, 'I ,f "...It 0'"
'0- phi it I In accord on'lrob State Road *.ni. Owner Tranifered Ciceilenl Moorma Golf Cou.... Ohio love
D.pl .c all CountyDutricti Condition It custom built I bedroom t Trail frontage |30 a front fool
both home Priced low enouiiho Between Na las end Merci It-
(L) Hot mm aiphalt 'otr.o: plant New r""t Home on Mch. keep you out of the rough land Turnoff Open Sunday
FOR POWER TO SPARE ft delivered' to Naples '1 : Ave coder Coosb rocfo, If you went e estayen the furweyi Csiior,, rnunty R.ally1 wl If
ft Everglade anly en.en oold of Il New end lower your handicap.

SEE THIS V-o PERFORM! patch IMI( pickup fob Cold I Naples.mi I. oiphall ft Immokalto for cold orplant These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. Bdrim Homei Carport built I utility Bith en, Air Screen Ibis tondilionerMl Stri.t Porch I.. JOHN ClfSi.t.WOOD AsioclaUi 65-Gen. Real' Estate

IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI' (IN) Hyacinth weed ft brush kll-.. tot "th Ave I MI l71n "AH<.AIIOj' ANV NIP

fob Naplea ft Immo .,... 5
$2,048 toed that the They EQUIPPEDEXPERIENCED and READY REALTY I bedroom t bath. waterfront
It I eenderO County to
from State are serve you "SO N. 'It..ltD'oM' HIM 58-Lots For Sale home f..r...." t or ylchtt
of Collier ii enempt ft
I.... where applicoble.Pronpective I/T_s.If ..mm t delight. III.SOD. Mike of.Ft .
Plus lain Tax and Tag Federal bidden tubmit !OrACII 'N UAYTo ,.,.
bid on any of the foregoing dews ANSWERING SERVICE pine Rdge' home on acre lot. building, Oats located In the
or on a portion of any one or more I rly new > bedroom with cer City between the Gulf and the Myara Bulldart 17 bole
Items The Board ,...'v.. the right fort end. screen nd porch 111.000 only 1 1.MO each. off McOrtier Blvd near Cepe
h j04at Coral Bndna ana Junior .
GOI ;;
READY TO i I" mhato Woofs do"tO", N. Col.I.
In .r house
part .Dr.y.d
to roiect, any wth eneiusioV' IIp''t.'t
sod all bids r.'v.d. T.'. *...e eoioermg servos BRITE WHITE Beeutfei pro. SEA WALLSCONCRETE 4 OtO bedroom soils and JOHN WOOD AstoclaUs ... Paved ",..t. Only IIJooeech
BOARD 01 one swill e",ce .,th' goapace tecta toe Good termt
and lane ell roofs Free motel '00" |M.000
LUFF GMC COUNTY COMMISSIONERS and. roapt.oiost '.'v.n .."....1.. Ml 2 t455 NAPLES WOOD ROCK .'meCIS OII'SthAve I Mil 7n. Fl Lauderdale
4301.RADIATOR. II acres en HI
(SEAL) ROOF CLEANING ft PAINT Foundation Piles two bedroom plus two bid Sacrifice, keauliful Corner lot way one mile from State Reed
421 Ninth St. N.Temporary FLORIDA COUNTY 10 / 1.101 oom one bath effi.>ency 111.200 noern.w N' Itl IMS per aero Terms why
Location, Margaret T. Scott Clerk Dockl-Mooring Whips Rear l.abe Pirh School *II 411t 000 Will taOs 12100"I.'o"' : "' .,,,

II. 30. IM4 #244hlM REPAIRS .. One" bedroom duplex complete lilt If
Aug 1 world AQEN Automat drydocbtABBOTT hall 11 ft. elevation .
you'n | |!y furnished Near city lit acre cimp.Ha.
112100T Mj mile front Janet Me-

CBS Terrain Ash u. about till nary "i.hnt 0'10' Highway al41 gash.Are. .
... bedroom
Act Radiator Repairs Radio Road fioorl c>ty wtttr, close in Eitl lot In the Mee"ni for only' home dreunid.. 'y 001dm'Gala

CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK Gas took rapurad welding I ; 1042 I 415) J 4471RIPRAP Niplet I).tooCBS SUOO. EltitelI'm

Steam cleaning 4 bedroom. ] bath Iwim.m'ng JOHN WOOD AiioclaUatl not here for my heilth

OFFICE a ct ue ft delivery. pool in Royal Harbor You Can get the keel Cellier
r n(4 Davit Blvd Ml 14211 I /odd1"9 SEAWALLS ;verlooking the kly 142000 I Ith Ave S Mil 7H1 County Real (shOe Inveilminl

I. Upp IEJUIT CBS 1 kedroom. 3baffiSvO, Tai tote For Sale on (slay by coming, lo my office TODAY .
Mt the 41
and look'.' I.U DrM.V'lJi'scSDowntown Avenue II409 ,Fred W Helmet.Mt .
GROINS Last take P.IOIL.k. Trailer
tf ..- ..tic. fu..llur.. STAMPS 114 Court. 0 H. LUFF
...d RUBBER 41
_I......"'. .".. "' .ch..... .t tr...._ c,...... teowolli, tI.... block t from bedroom beech frame U.500 Ril R C. Broker
1 It 421 Ith St N..
:::. ....I..... ple>t one1 grime Toms DM down, |6I M mo. DISCRIMINATINGPEOPLE Region Fte


Shores They-ll be ourprnwhen ...
flFUnR': !IFR'IE71S : RUBBER. STAMPSCommercial Complete Ins Littmgtin. CO. REALTOR they line n ten be purchaied lace 104.....' Easy p.ym.nt

MI J.ZOU Printing .: r..l Prows 10' D,....., Orejllne. for only |5.Ml. Cell Plan. Auto Homo Ownirt
ShA". .. Be* Martin MI 2 37S7 15' tilt Av. ... '"..

Thafi Top . Snob Smith C,,'.. Craft Silo' one Dotler Work. MI 34101sit JOHN WOOD ft AsaoclaUe JAIOI" INSURANCE
.71"- 111 HO_Avo. .. I1t tilt Av. North'
AIr_, Re" Ml _ Ml f-7350 MO IPISi 7JIUot
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FOR 12 N.plw.COLLIER Fie.. Sundry COUNTYNEWS Au9...t JO IU4

.J. w Z1 ou can't Jp PUBUX WEEK FIRST SPECIALSCrosse 0'; THE 3 Saved From

Waters Of Erie

r C, Blackwell After 13 HoursFORT

I I WIN A BIKE Dale-Nul Roll tall lOc Three businessmen WAYNE Ind. returned(AP) -

can home Saturday after a brush with

;I REGISTER . (Limit 2 per customer w/purchosei of $} or more) death Lake In Erie the within choppy the waters noisy of

;- ot any Pubhx Market Dole Fineapple.Grapefruit fringe of a Coast Guard target
i-'i I li If before 3 P.M. Sept. 8. Nothing
+t,, 4 1 d P t. to buy! Winner ii notified-moychoon area.They had struggled to keep
r. a girl't or boy't 46 e afloat for nearly 13 hours Thurs.
26" Murray Stroto Flit bicycle. Fruit Drink oz. 25 day after their 26.foot cabin PUBIIXS n Maybe 102 wmnen'you'II be out of can Her sank Wednesday night, 10
/ Breakfast ClubEvap.Milk miles off the Toledo, Ohio,
4 1 DISPLAY OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Shells burst about them be.
toll '
I IN ALL PUILIX MARKITS 10' fore help arrived.
can Keith Griffin, president of a
: /offfl} Y 'rw-., ='" 4 wre king firm here, had taken
two lends, Bill Adler, an tnsur
sites agent and Norm Mllga
man, president of a sign paint.
At Ing (company for a daylong
cruise in his new boat.
r TIle felt the boat shake as
: '
f J then passed' between! two small
Islands retaining to the Toledo
Marina Investigating, they
found water gushing into the en.
..w glue lompartment.
Griffin and Hilgeman, don.
ning skl.belts and float rush!
OilS, plunged into the water to
V swim for help, leaving Adler
with the sinking raft.
Shortly after daybreak, the
494 Coast Guard began firing pratl <'.
<'P. Adler said shreds' of the
bursting shells drifted,' about
, him.
, Another cruiser, occupied bj
/ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Aglet-
i.B l
s ttN Aoote Y66a Jrq Sk) of Toledo spotted Adler
waving a red float cushion and

(\SWIFT'S PREMIUM SHIPPED the thought restricted he was Coast wainlng Guard them aiea.of

TENDER.GROWN Drawing nearer, they realized
GRADE AD&D his plight and ,picked" him up.|
After an unsuccessful hunt rIll'his
n FREH NOT FROZEN two companions' the couple
returned Adler to poll and notl
frozen foods e "FRYER QUARTER SALE" fled' the c'O.lstIud.& A cutter
found Griffin and Hllgennn
Tip Top Aisorted "'' BREAST Clinging to II buoy\,
FRUIT DRINKS w ribs None required' hospital iz.itloii.

9 6 cans'. 99 LEG QTRS. Miller ComparesWar

Tasty Stouffcr'iSpinach 'mow 5t;"" ,,, '1. 3 Records Of

Souffle :, .. Lyndon, BarryBUFFALO

12 0:. 1'/.Y. (AP)-Rep.
J.OC William E. Miller RepublicanVice
pkg. presidential aniltilate: ,
Mrs. Smith'sCREAM ''t I says President Johnson "electedto
be a congressman Instead of
PIES ft; PRICES a soldier" In World War D while
) "Barry Goldwater stayed In the
EFFECTIVE service for four long years."
16 oz. fftOc V Miller also said In a speech
n MON.; TUES., WED.,
Friday that a filmed biography
pkg. t)9) 7 + AUG31, SEPT 1 & 2, 1964 of Johnson shown at the
(Chocolate, ..,.
Lomon or Hiopoliton fl. ) Democratic convention this
week and televised nationally -
showed Johnson entering the
o dairy specials ; = ._ Navy but did not show that "six
_ _ months later he was back home
Chef's Delight again started.before" the shooting even

CHEESE SPREAD Johnson went on active duty
as a lieutenant commander in
the Navy on Dec. 8, 1941, the
2 ib. 59BREAKFAST C i day after the Japanese attackon
loaf Pearl Harbor. F* went on
bombing missions in the South
S4J Pacific was awarded the Silver
CLUB TASTY Star and returned to Washing.
ton In July 1942, when President
Franklin D. Roosevelt decreed
Margarine lOc that members of Congress could
/n. not serve In the Armed Forces
Miller, an upstate New York
congressman, climaxed a 14_
LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE hour political tour with the
hour-long speech before 7,000
%".!Ift'. Promium Pure B..f persons at the Chautauqua In*
lp'f.T.A IOOI 1-lb. stltutlon, famed cultural centerat
IOO lp'f.T.rBA IOOi 100
Franks : 59 Chautauqua.
. . . . Pk9.
J" Green StampsDECAF < J"; Green Stamps Swift Promium Smokioi or Polish called Members the trip of Miller's a "shakedown staff
............. '
i I wi'All*M.M Oh 12-01. cruise" for the congressman'sformal

INSTANT COFFEE CHASE fr SANBORN INSTANT COFFII | Sausage . , . . pks. 59 gin next campaign Saturday which at Lockport will be.
5-oz. f for $1.15 lO-oi. jar $1.49

P1 ...1... WW, *..... .. 104 ,., ...1_ WH" *..!. S. IN4OOVOOOOOOOOOOOOUQO Swift'l Promium Smoked Bill N.Y.Miller, accompanied by his
wife, Stephanie and his two oldest .

oooooooooooooooooo Tongue . . . . . . lb. 49 daughters, Elizabeth Anne
20, and Mary Karen, 17, also
;SOS l.xRT Am50I visited Olean and Jamestown In
50 mepW.raAml5 0I southwestern New York, and

J"; J7// Green Stamps < White Heuie DtlicieuiApple 1 1 Bradford The various, Pa. crowds were good

Green... I Mel o..._.*..>.*V>"NOM eft Juice 25 sized :and Miller won applauseand
I elk STA.FLO AEROSOL SPRAY STARCH . . b cheers. There were five rallies .
stampJ 22-01. lilt 53C 1 two formal speeches, two
reg. pkg. Stokely'i CutGreen receptions and a news confer
-rlrn WeIll., .. em e on the tour.Collect .
8 llQffiiill1Q.o8
Beans . con 21

Slokely'i WholeGreen

50mepW A 1"50I erz/OuuVFREE: VVU5O Beans :on 27 Goodwill In

J" Green Stamps J7// Green Stamps) Stokely'i. Slice'Green Naples Oct. 2-7

I Hlk 1,1I!.onpN e4 prd.r.ltTETLEY TEA ;| I DUPONT MA HOUSEHOLD il is CMOM*i tvnkut SPONGES oft Beans can: 21 The annual school clothing
INSTANT collection for Goodwill In*
twin pack 29c
.J.u. |Jor 89c ._ ... ..... ... Stokely'i Fordhook. dustrles in Collier County will '
... w. INI be held 7 'I
mint WX. . I. IM 3 JOJ October 2 through ,
ooooooooovvVOOOOQO 1 1r5o1RnwJl1650 Conrl man.according to.Goodwill spokes-

: leA Q 'SO !!! For the third consecutiveyear
: WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE children and teenagerswill

J" Green STORE HOURS come to the aid of Good-
J" Green ....Stamps i will's 340 handicapped em-
I ....,._. I .wi'So.ueete AU ony Settle d puod.1.4Srctin. Antiieotic Mon. Thurs. ployes, by gathering shoes

MACLEAN'S I 2-oi. 69. or Aeroiol AntnepM 4'ik-,t.f 8:30-6:30 clothing electrical appliancesand
other around the
king size I .55...5 w..1,49,. ..... 1. IN4 1 Friday house for things the hlre-the-
lb ........ Whin .. U Nm50me..WlBA MARKeTS
I 'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ ; 8:30-9:00 handicapped spokesman said.organization the

Saturday Goodwin mite rial dropped
50ml,, lIAm50I Q 50I ; : 8:30-7:00 considerable summer with during people the

J" Green JfA Green Stamps* WE RESERVE -- for bock-to-school away on vacation,many and donations
... wi' _... 9-lives pompeianolive Ire urgently needed to keep
I Hk Ala*MOM o stampsj I 44 l *i.do..fa :
55y SWIFT'S ANKIUM HUMAN ORANGI BAND THE RIGHTTO baggies the 340 continually employed
SLICED BOLOGNA food oil Goodwill officials declared.
.2.r1,8-0.. Win.. pkgs.. 1. r;::, rt:: ..him 12-o Win.. pkg.1..1. 49c 1. 454 r:;:, LIMITQUANTITIES sandwich bags Pupils will take folded Good

O 0 0 'O Q OI 0 Q 000 o 'o 'ol 0000r JO-ct.me 29 2 cone-.t. OQ*- 4-ei.i 21'li IIId will return bags home filled bags on.October to sclo 2|

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At the Democratic National Convention In 1948 Mayor In 1948, Humphrey, 37, bt'umelInnt': ota'l A graduate pharmacist Senator Humphrey has long been Interested in the presi In 1961 llumphirv became majority whipIn
Hubert Horatio Humphrey of Minneapolis Minn., first won first Democratic senator by trouncing the Humphre I often I helped nut drnr)'. He declared himself a candidate In 103:? but bowed the Senate situ) Majorllv: I., i national attention when he led the successful fight for a Incumbent by %"0,000Otn. He and his In the family store \He also to Adlal Stevenson. He wa a candidate for vice president : right hand mall lie helped
I strong civil rights plank In the platform. Ills speech triggered wife Muriel read an early-morning congratulatory / holds political science degrees in 1956 and a candidate for president In 10; In this photo, engineer the 1'Jtfl; tlrlKhM\ \ bill through I
a walkout of Southern delegates and the birth of the telegram. A militant liberal Hum from the I'nUerslly of Humphrey talk to supporter In 10 after he lost the the Senate and has drawn rlosi to President
short.lived "Dixlecrat" party. Here Humphrey talks to phrey was appointed to the Foreign Relations Minnesota and Louisiana \\lsconslii primary' to Sen. John .'. Kennedhen Kennedy Johnson. Here, he'* with I 11JJ at the openIng -
newsmen at the Philadelphia convention. Committee in his first term. State won In Nest Virginia. Humphrey withdrew of the baseball Reason.

I The Scholar Met the Patient at Johns HopkinsBy t Esllier t] .1 U I II'l"

KATHIE DIB ELL Since its beginning, the Johns beds,hul onl..haul IMO I ,II 1 ,lluiin
BALTIMORE (AP) Hopkins Hospital philosophy has pi'i vale, IWiiu the h... ,
been to emphasize three phases pull i Is ,in ,i ,lower .uuorl. SECTION B Sunday, Augukl JO. 19C4
Johns Baltimore
of medicine; treatment, reaearch -
luiuiii p.HI nl lUllimure il he 1\e 10 <
Quaker is reputed to have ....: nIra.hln
and education. ax a lommunitv hospital with a | ?'">rn til I till 1".II..h'! Iprra IIh'I'' i '"
said that there are two "John. Hopkins University ) I 1111 if number ..urllnic t l'UMt.. Iron1 i hi.ulv's ..nll.I'IlI'n i l I and live.ci lithe the' ,
things sure to endure, "A was the first graduate university John Hopkins hn received Mi,iih Imilt, .inilniitimlh" ciidovu-it ""t' till IL"I.I I.' I ,I Iirnlum "i
university for there will always in the United States to combine 'e A flkt mum vndowmrnlH. but perhapsthe i hi' institute, tor I),. \'uwig. iiivm ttlnn' I'l '
be youth, I hospital for there reaearch and education in the t ? ; most interesting i* theSMW.OOO Diamond Jim'a portrait now (pin" 'in l Ins I i 'ICU' 1115" .lIhl I '
will always be uttering." same institution," said Dr. ( that helped set up the hungs in the lobbv of IVradyliiMiluir retrtrveh I- ..,"dr.h \h.
When he died In 1873 he left Russell A. Nelson president of Nrad I'rological'' Irutitul The and u ith lilt C5I optionol Pr\ Nctwm > ,nl I 1t.11' I" m,
the hospital. The idea hmetaitor lame Huehitnun"I'ldnnuui ,.Il'1"' Ml I,, I I1*, '' ii,
17 million to establish a university was i wait """kin. |llcltm II IllilaiiiiHt i
and a hospital.And drought to the hospital "and Jini'MludvHnulv , porliint nl a. single' inilmdua 75 years ago, the massive the scholar went to work on a file ,10 libns Hopkinsin il llu hospital ('Mil.11" "hl.alr' 1 ,.
wood doors of the honpital ad practical basis in the medicineof April Hi :. iflliili-d with .i 'Inlms Hopkins alumni change, III l ,knelt' I. ,
ministration building opened and man," Dr. Nelson said. \ ,IIIl"I"I I lis, .. .1-1,. Inn "1,1.x1 i h.iMi.illv u in ''h,- (mure ui i war II, "'Mj\". I
the first patient wu admitted. This combined approach was concerned with niotliale trouble, Or !Nelson: l said "The ,mmim "c gi More than I million persons have the moat important single con t Dr Hugh H. V"'I".. a UNlnlal) turn Mill, always feature renrarih. Nn" i- the turn lo .11.1 I 0

walked through the same wooden tribution Johns Hopkins ha* -
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door since, looking for help. made to medicine in ita 75 years
Hopkins personally aelected Dr. Nelson said
the 14-acre site in East Baltimore But there have been others.
for the hospital. directed JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL when it opened in 1889,, With the exception: tai a

"You will bear constantly In mind Contribution to Medicine few modern buildings rising in the background, Its appearance m largely tin
that...the institution should Out of Johns Hopkins came the changed: today.
ultimately form a part of the discovery of the cause rickets
meuical school of that university and the cure; the development of saccharin; the introduction of which produce gas gangrene in hospital waa L-ahape" In IHH9.
for which I have made ample dramamine I cure for seasickness sulfa drug to'the United States; wounds; the discovery of. but addition have changed l il to
provision by my wil!." ; Mercurochrome and discovery of the gas bacillus Idrenl Ian. a squared U-ithape now. *
,.I .s illi
Johns Hopkins was also responsible A patient enters the hospital
v for the development through the original red''brick
of the "blue-baby" operation, domed administration building.
the invention of the closed-chest He first see the 20.foot ., ;,
4.i. method of heart massage which marble statue of C'hrial" the '. I
.. .. i ...." ;"./. Voret the heart beat.without. 2)itine) lUalcr in the l loblgy.h
a,; --... '- ,, .... .. I' COQUINA POOL, HOME!I' ." "
; :, 11II tot urgery) the tnventiorr"1'g1"' fit I copy of the work Of 'IirUt' i .
.. IF" ... special suture which has .be. Th waiiUen, the I Ourtlnh I
... .. (-... < v... a II'(JO' awimmlng pool, U 'In tho bock yard ol Ills' Coqumo ands homo beauty
r.-- "",, come the standard method for sculptor. with Hiding pans' doors opening Cram Iho maitar badroom onto the pool araa. Trill "ito tll""
Sor booutilul home dsen.dor family 'living, wall ) moo nod badrooml, > bath, ipi 'ars
and the Inven- ,
. cataract
the Inscribed
a eC surgery On statue la : :
"''' m' I'f' : f Jr.E ovine room. iarae dmrns room porch. tonvonontly orrongcd krtchon and uliliti Mum The
I tion of a "do-it-yourself" kit "Come unto me all who are k'I' h.n h.. Cr,a'dasee r""I..lo, dnh","nar, dupotol. built ,in sans and ..".".t Ian
w... ',__ !_...:. _r Iwrle-- .J for the detection of cervical weary and heavy-laden and I A eothidrol, COlli" 'raM living room and largo tliding {Ian doors oponing, 're,>i the livingided
rr room and dining room i onto tho porch onhonct I ha ipaciout Took of lire interior The oltrdrapanaa "",
cancer ao that women can teat will give you real and rasp so with IC. hamsrac.ll.nt
fi"f. themselves at home The patient la directed around hoati,". 'a p'o" by a Carr,., gal lurnaco and provn"" fo, 01" ondilioning
1i.w Othereontnhutions, were in the the statue and left down the hoi boon modo .
The yard It oquippod with wall and pump, and In ...,y respect this horn. truly utonding oustt
actual operation of the institu corridor to the central' admitting buy convoniontly 'locotad in Coquina bands. ont dl' Naplot' moot do.i...bl.
ai tion. John Hopkins first developed office which la located in the "d..1' "*"*. only Iwo bIOl: tram N.pl.t .hoppn C.".., and p".... .sal reason.bly
at 12..000.
the residency system by new Children's Medical and
which the outktsndmggrsduatea Surgical Building dedicated May
of medical schools are given 13 this year.
the chance to spend aeveral The hospital la equipped to
years at the hospital working in handle all\ kinds of illnesses. BILL LOACH REALTOR
their specialized fielJH. from the simple tonsillectomy
In 1914,John Hopkins, through lo the most delicate. eye surgery
the aid of a Rockefeller grant, lo treatment for the mentally 658 5th Ave. So. a Phone MI 1.6151"WATERFRONT

placed the departments of medicine disturbed '
surgery and pedialncson a John Hopkins hn I.200 SPECIALIST"CHEVROLET
full-time basis And for the first
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professors devote all their time
__ to teaching research and care 0a
of patients. in the hospital. Their o
salary comes from the university Lt.

and they have no private prm. 1.a AN OPEN LETTER
lice When they do see pnvati aF
NEW COMMANDING OFFICER for Fort Myers-Naples Salvation patients fees go to the univrrity. .
Arm district Lt Paul Kellner (right), ate lunch at Tahitian Cove wa

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and Don Page, chairman of Naples service unit. Capt. Slusher is surgeon and expert on Civil" wet a VV
being transferred to Jacksonville. Lt, Kellner comes to this area Mpitaladul'ntJ'; the pavilion. , to the residents of Collier County

from Panama City, where he was commanding office. (NEWS photo) type hncpital. All\ the building, >
run off one central corridor, The
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B y Newspaper Enterprise to chat with some old acquaintances years ago was born the idea Television such as the
t ; .\KsorlalionPlllSltUU.il for a television show beamedto Moses program appears to ,.
p One of his former students. doctors in a three.state offer a way out of this dilemma l .
(\l i E ,11) now a practicing physician. area The oldest such programis ill
:tsrtap!",'II MOM> approached him and proudly > that run by Dr. Hilmon
llMlsllul lll> Illlk before dill showed him a set of notes en 'I thought said Dr. Moses, Castle at the University of
t' turn i III II MINIM! ss'nIerit cased In plastic which he had "that something was terribly Utah. He supervises a series
r j I'r1111.1Isin tilt town mid us written in one of Dr. MORes'Itctures wrong If. with all the changes that is broadcast to doctors' Urr5
18 there have been in medicine homes late In the evening
hit years ago.
was custom on
speaking the The University of Floridaat
a man was doing same
engagements stepped down With that Incident three thing today that t he was Jacksonville has a closed __

* * * * * * * * * * * 1|taught nearly two decades circuit network connectingsix (
ago. Somehow the university hospitals. And at the University
had failed to reach this kind of South Carolina Dr
100 Years Ago of doctor with its usual post. Dale V Groom is director ofa

of graduate( programs of two orthreedav program that is sent to high
Intensive courses schools in the state where
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA and its" one-night.week seminars the doctors gather once a
week to see the shows the
So Dr. Moses became a tele.vision University of South Dakota,
B> !I II 1.,1.). I II"I PI & Ilr.r.n, al J ( mmission producer and star-
( lit! &'at ( ,,,, i,nial ( "mmic I', ,. 'even though he is older than another populated state stretches of vast and sparsely many

* * * * * * * * * * * Ren Casey and unlike Dr.. small towns also has a series c
COOL COMFORT Ism *' be a treat fathiewild rZorba. combs his hair regularly In New York City where

rabbit friend of Janet Tvrpln to than an s iarr; gone in August! JO Federal General Asboth, commanding at Working with him is the problem Is one of reach
l local I television producer ing large numbers of doctors
the the which began yesterdaywhen
aumnei heat Scene wi liken it Bi ih P r Wash. Pimacola, reports on action
he left Barrancas with 200 of the 2nd Maine Cavalry, Roger Wol e. the New York Academy of
His hour long show is called Medicine has been broadcastIng .
two companies of the 19th Iowa Infantry, and two pieces Medical Grand Rounds" andit since about the time that Dr. Moses with patient in the studio I

of the lit Florida Battery, on the steamers Clinton and has been broadcast weeklv Dr Moses' first shows began
THE BEST ACREAGE BUY Plan, with a view to capture three new companies of for the last two years from Dr. Moses, officially Pitts 1 bers of the audience can demonstrated Dr. Moses him
Confederate cavalry reported to be it Milton Asboth's the University of Pittsburgh's director of postgraduate med. phone In questions to panelists self Is fond of using props.
OF THE WEEK! force' arrived early in the forenoon at the mouth of Bayou School of Medicine. The audi leal education tries to deal I During a program on epilepsy,

IS'/ aerea on the highway, oppomle Palm Mulatte Black Bayou). Iscambia Bay but being unableto ence consists of some 1.400 with the latest developments Queries which do not get for instance he displayed of head a
Riser Country Club. Thii J/Rlh mile of huh.way enter it with the Clinton, the disembarkation of the physicians who watch it on in medicine. But the program 'I covered on the air are answered model cross-section a .
to Indicate
airy delayed until three o'clock, when, Asboth sets in 51 community hospitals also concentrates on subjects i I after the show by Dr. with a flashing light
frontal I I. approximately 4 mllra by tar II was pro. of
the a chemically
in a three-state area. which the average practitioner Moses of his guests. point
ceded Milton distance of nine miles After rebuildingth or one
from the Gulf of Mexico, beautiful Vcnderbllt ; to a electrical "explosion'
The of the caused
is to in his
purpose programis likely use daily Among the more down-to
Reach It in high, dry, good land, veil lorated destroyed bridge across Arcadia Creek, he came upon not to entertain but to up practice The show, Dr. Moses earth topics discussed on the In the brain.
Total price only $1",500, with "4 down. You the Confederates, about a hundred strong, consisting of grade the skills of physicians says isn't interested in demo program In recent months If the Idea for MDTV
can't beat thi price, a* It ia well below the Captain Goldsby'i (Alabama) cavalry company and a new It Is beamed over an ultra onstrating to a local doctor concern polio vaccine X-ray spreads many thousands of
market! Remember, one wine Inrentment la militia infantry company, mounted. I laving received early high frequency channel. A how to do open heart surgery, problems heart disease emotional persons across the nation may
worth a lifetime of labor information of the arrival of the two army steamers at the viewer cannot pick it up with. but it might show him open factors in general practice owe their health or lives to
Bayou, the Confederates sent stores on seven wagons toward out a special UIIF adapter. heart surgery to give him gout, and frostbite The the dedication of doctors to
THE BEST TERMS Pollard, and decided to fight at the upper end of the town. Closed circuit television has some background for makinga last was presented one morn The Early Show
OF THE WEEKI! Instead they fell back, and the Federals "pursued them been used bv hospitals and diagnosis. Many shows are ing last winter when the tem.perature .
medical schools in the past to of the discussion 18 degrees First Flag
mile and four ofGoldsby'a panel var. dropped to -
;Wly for seven captured privates
j 18'/ urea on the highway runt north of the colored mounted and enable large numbers of stu iety below zero.OrcaslonaIly Nova Scotia has the distmc
new City of Golden Gate. This I/8th mile orhighway company and three men, dents to listen to a prominent C s eSpecial a patient is tion of having been the only
armed, with seven horses and five mule with equipments, lecturer and the
or see an important phone lines have presented "live. X-rays are Canadian province
la land and
frontage high, dry, good ,
and twenty, Australian rifles Asboth returned to Milton surgical operation. The Johns been installed in the televi shown laboratory data and first colony ft .Great Britain
you can never beat these term Total price late last night where he rested and fed Ms men and horieiHe Hopkins University even hasa lion studio and toward the sometimes even the actual to possess through royal
120,000, ONLY SZOOD down and ONLY $2000 started back at one this morning to Mulatte Bayou color unit in one of its sur end of each broadcast, mem- I laboratory techinques are charter. a flag of its own.
per year for NINE years! How about that returned gical
and commenced reembirkmg at daylight. lIe to amphitheaters'
THE BEST DEAL Barrancas at six this evening, "without any loss except one Rut television in these Instances
merely serves as a
horse killed after total 1 exhiumon
visual aid It the student .
OF THE WEEK! helps
c.cneraliluch I announces that he "will for the present see better, but doesn
If you have some money that you would like retain a command at Magnolia I have built a very strong add anything new to the train.
to put to work, well-nerured by real estate, at work there If it should be necessary at any time to abandon ing of a doctor. The medical
10% Interest, see Clifford Anderson, Realtor it, the troops could be put across the river under cover student, after all, is alreadyon
A Inquiries. kept atrlctly confidential, of course of the guns of the Ihlf/ I am gradually Strengthening the premises of a medical SINISSOffice
the works at this place [Jacksonville], and hope lOOn to center where he can get the
FOR THE BIG INVESTORAbout have it in such a condition that no force of the enemycan most up-to.date Informationin ZONliD: ; :
take it. I have been informed that it is the intention his field .
2 mile. of beautiful beach frontage, r r
the take of the railroad west of the
to a
enemy part "I
mouth of the Markle Brothers tremendous new A more critical problem in
little Saint and with that iron to complete the
Marco Inland development, (letter look at this Mary's, modern medicine has been to
branch with the Savannah and Gulf road This
one the price I le right! to connect inform physicians who have
may not be true; if it is, it proves conclusively that no been in practice 10 or 20
attack will be made on this place for a long time. With years about recent developments
reference to making Fort Clinch a port of entry, it did in laboratories and research and store space Is now available ists as well as browsers. And

CLIFFORD not strike me favorable at first, but if it will enable the clinics. In the Fleischmann Central Building office space is enhanced by lob
loyal citizens the St John'i River to out the So much is happening these located
on get on Exciting Third Street South. by and hallway appointments of
4 products of their labor, it would be a most excellent thing. days that even a specialist,
\ NDERSONRealtor dealing with just one area of Here is a location that offers you the the finest quality
has frightened number of Floridians
A Lieutenant Gough a
medicine has difficult time
a unrque advantage of commercial zon-
across the line, where we oon expect to find themin 2. of unmetered free .
may / keeping abreast of the scientific residertffal'vareasofN8plej" ti' Plenty parking
Ing adjacent to the l
arms against m He is stationed at St Augustine, and literature in his field prestigo to eccommodate clientele .
H" Tamiami Trail, Southat issued t notice to all crizeni to enroll themselves for a And the literature is just And Mr businesses: : your
( the FourCurntrt) draft I have directed him to discontinue the enrollmentof about his only reliable sourceof that can qualify, the Fleischmann Cen in addition to the huge

Floridians, as they are entitled to be considered as new information, sort tral Building solves the main problems Fleischmann Parking Area west
"ONE WISE INVESTMENT IS refugees; in fact, most of them are such in letter as well from an occasional of the bUilding.chandising .
WORTH A LIFETIME OF LABOR" as in spirit" course or two at a local university confronting a successful prestige mer
or the chemotherapy operation 3. An address of distinction afford
salesmanship thatis
tinged the- stock-in-trade of the I I. The handsomely designed mod ing a most discernible shopping
AND INCOME PROPERTY drug company technical representative ern architecture affords the shops and office dignity in an atmos-

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In a small Ohio, Pennsylvania .
or West Virginia town
(the states which receive

Moses' show) the problem little is a pleasant and rewarding business future In Naples, contact J. Wilson Dyches.
great. lie must know a
bit about a great deal, and
his job is a 24-hour-a-day one
If he tries to improve his ability Wilson Dyches RCAltor
to serve his patients by
taking a course at a nearby
114. Third Street, South Naples, Florida
school, he must abandon his
practice during the time he .
spends on campus.

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100 Years AgoAtlanta a f I yt tXie COUIt COUNITYNtWS( N.pl... Fl... Su.J..,, Aututt JO,

+ r I I I... l" ,''u \\ ... Ill d 11,11 ural Mirfaev. .\ l peels nw MI rtrikf
h \11'1'' ''''' 'ljuelltlr hi. head ,n"< .t hard I ,r
Is Captured; II"i I I",. '111 1-1"| ", \tul nijurirn "r face cMMlur inorrhaue m the
tli | uMIIIi nl' iioinoii a* the drain rucultliiK i III death. Ih I ,>-I t
I hk: I t i HIM; nl iliutll\ Sudden injurie due to nshmg >li nut tnlwayi.
''i'.>t , I.j", ,( a- due to ualuril . V'1' ph) .Ir tI 'IK'"
caner i- then" rrdaMifml. Tilt'n"nlh.r of' d..1t, due tiiniitlKl <
Sherman Enters CityBY .\ "I 1., 1'\I 'U", "iI ,I 11, i .nn'' 'p-\ .I. resulting front et d il input can be ':h:
1 , al I' .t n "nn i.nerd I( In a blunt forci ckrw4 only 91fpi Illunt.lac I: IIIJIIM of the alidumi of autop.. I ailun KrecoRnlte ,
a 'iL
K. SA V \Gt; to the city until the citizens were n ti THE SCALPEL OF n i,in cube .i ruptured| ill. that a i \C'111\ )hat\ n
beginning to get accustomed to It. SCOTLAND YARD U-ru.il HIM, unit' ilrath Milted from ,l'IJ'1rmay. U"'I"
Atlanta Ml to the Federals 100 Then, as August came to an end, J'ell"Ir..111I1IIIIun" wliuh ilo inequitfe ill m' uratcc .tlllt
I..an ago this week. the shelling suddenly stopped. :>-ir Ih'rllal,1,11.1011I! \ "j i L.HH not pri-rnt oh,i,,". mark on manta, Innlnlit I" prp.trlllt
J.' othrrwur tin buds .il.-n ( for murder.u, I inaccuracin
It II .pealed 11I.1111 an arc fairly coin' t
fell to C. William Word spread through the city
n. Terum.
'prtrct inns 1.1111"11'.1" moil \ tab sound of tin heal! Mini
seh Sherman who had led that Sherman had given up that
some stack In -IciuUr .
,. .:- 'prrtahrnrg III ritninal can* in.trunuiit
80,000 men down from Chattano. he was retreating. A closer In. ,,efw :
Ir U'rll.,1 I \I i- knouu' lr( Mtili t ju i i ire puck nr a thin'
oga, driving John B. Hood's Con. vestlgatlon followed, and It was many years as I'I". Scalpel "jO""Ilal,1 l.lii.lnl kniu' mil tilnil 1 littlr on I FROM IJTTLE
federates deeper Into Geortta, found, Indeed, that Sherman's : \'dhl' III,i- kill withiialii'l till OIIIMlll.Illll III.l\' lie Illl-ll-' ?
finally Into Atlanta and now out lines around Atlanta were em. Ihr .illn.1 unit lu,, IMIIIHtakinii |Iler15d null., the ,users of tlicIlllll
the other side. cart amt uncanny juiltfnteiit l t. IMIIIIIIill'\ \ WOllllilni.iiK /TSlc- SPARKS..eGIANT
pty.But .. nukniii h, 'lIIaUI'III"1 I' I alip.i .
There was Just a little Irony Instead of the relief Allan. in iiintiiiorirniixaninulion a HI
", -mi III.IIH. IIIlIr.I"h'r' -- nnu.'liiul' \ 1 lnilUtinii
III<> the way Atlanta finally ta had so hoped for, Sherman's FOREST
capl. 1: touted. For weeks, Sherman's silence marked the beginning of '.. \ IT M in in 01"- -".I ,.p.', ,'i I n ,\m.11! |? mope,, .mlI I FIRES: GROW!
army had been lobblnc shells In. the end of Atlanta as a Confederate .L.I . , .
.. "ll'lllvMlll 111' '!l" 'I I In lulu i' I i i In?i ''iitnin' III
city. ..
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SHERMAN CIRCLES '. ..,,;. ..... ,.
Instead of departing from Atlanta
Sherman was rlrcl Ing down :NEW ADDITION the Naples Yacht Club U rapnllv taking IIhl\lw. SPECIAL !
below the city. His purpose to cut Two newinjrs an under constitution! with \Vitfjrs and Maale as the 5PIECEDINETTE
the two railroads feeding Allan. general contractor. The MOW' line shows the main building\ with
ta .. one that tame from Macon the south wing, (XE\VS photo)
and the other from Mobile. With ,
those two railroads destroyed,
Hood and his Confederates would l ber 1 I. his men tramped smart thev had been divorced 15 years Iron
have to leave Atlanta or starve. ly through Atlanta's streets loaded ago. \,hy was this done' Wrought
Hood soon got word that some with everything they could \--The V \ Is required bylaw
of Sherman's men were moving carry, while the people of At. '"i pay the Insurance to ihe _
south of the rlty, but he tailed to lanta watched In dismay. The ,, ,. 1fl .
'n last beneficiary .
pet designated as
realize that most of Sherman'sarmy army was marching out, leav. c' '\ 'c. 1)) .4 Dine In thr lacy rURinrtof
was making the move.Hesent lug the city to the Federals. by the Insured veteran. I .. I I' ) rough! iron brauty
Your husband either neglectedto l!' combined wllh sturdier, and
some of his men down to. That night, as the city waited .
ward Jonesboro to ward off this between the two armiessome VETERANS change his beneficiary alter Ihr a guarantee al/.in.1 ruling
new move .. but It was not near one set fire to a train of munl. CORNER the divorce, or It was his wish and Mil air" : Ihi-rr'n a glase-
5 lopped! !, 30 X 42" tahll', plus
enough. tlons, and at midnight the train Here are authoritative answersby that the Insurance be paid to '. +% r I chair, In your rhoirr of '
By August 30, Sherman's huge suddenly exploded with a noise the Veterans Administrationto his former wife. i r 7d luriiuolMr or while. KXCiT1ION : -
army moved across the Mobile that rocked the city. Then, for questions from former servicemen 'J-ls! It necessary to report :: '' : .M. \ .U I'h'! Com area j
railroad; for miles his men ripped five hours, the burning and exploding and their families compensation or pension from fur yourself!
up the railroad ties and made munitions spewed rock. the VA as Income If I 11111 receiving i. :
fires of them; they lay the rails ets and fireworks Into the night Q--1 have service-connect VA
across the fires until the metal sky until it appeared that the ed disability which requires pension'AThe ; i
was red hot; then they twisted whole city was burning. continuous treatment. 1 plan to person receiving
the rails around trees. "Sher. Next morning, when all had travel abroad this summer. compensation or pension dir S
man's hairpins," they were call. died down, the Federal soldiers What arrangements shall make ectly from VA need not reportit $$59 iJ
ed.On came marching In; the Stars and regarding medication and treatment as Income on his: pension J
beyond the Mobile railroadto Stripes were unfurled aboveAtlanta's claim. :However, If the money
the Southeast the Federals courthouse, and Sher. should the VA was paid by the VA to someoneelse
A-'You contact
J moved, and Hood dispatched two man sent to Washington a mess and received by the pensioner e a IaI. -.
corps to stop this new threat.On age that was destined to set off Clinic now treating you to obtain by Inheritance or gift i., 10 iluNUll' I.. ..aflh
the 31st, the Confederates In the North appropriate supplies of pre
widespread rejoicing from that person,then it shouldbe
collided with Sherman's army scribed medication to carry j
and bring about Lincoln's reelection -
Income for
reported as
near Jonesboro, and the Feder. "Atlanta Is ours, and with you, and for suggestionsabout sion In the pen /i11/(4itC fl UJ/ttbmJ

same manner
als drove them ba< k In rout. fairly won." obtaining medical sup-
More Federals pushed on across Next week McClellan Nomln. plies and services abroad. In as property receivedby
the Macon railroad .. that last ated. gift or Inheritance.
of medical ,
case a emergency
railroad to Atlanta .. and the
city had been severed from the II'RENEW you should contact the American FURNITURE FAIRNORTH
Confederacy that fed It. YOURORiVER'S Embassy or Consular Of Jupiter la not merely the latg- by
flee. eat of the planets in the solar
HOOD EVACUATES LICENSE Q-.My husband died recently system but bigger In man and 2.5827 j"
Hood realized his game was DURING YOUR and the VA paid his Insurance volume than all the other planet TRAIL at SEAGATE DRIVE MI ;

up in Atlanta. At S p.m. Se/item./ BIRTH MONTH to his former wife even though put together OPEN MON. & FRI. EVENINGS CLOSED SAT. AFTERNOON:;

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw. FU., SumUy, Auouit 10, l 1114 )tov) 1C, Fart. : Lauderdale, lw County AgendaThe
i 24: Orlando, Der 1; St Peters. HOW TO GET MORE FUN OUT OP
day Bryant's public speeches burg, De('. 7; Miami Beach, Dec. agenda for Tuesday me
Bryant Changes about Florida's government and sting of the County Commission
his administration w" begin at HOME MOVIES will be as tollowit
Dates Of TalKS Cocoa Bearh, Sept. J. II'RENEW L 9:00 a.m. Reading of board

TALLAHASSEE (APThe Others are: JacksonvilleSept YOUR -::.4" minutes.
dates of the state speaking tour 8; West Palm Beach, Sept, "': DRlVCR'S LICENSE by Skip Miller 9:15 a.m. Report of county
to be made by Gov. Farris Dry. Fort Pierce, Sept. 29, Da'tnllt: DURING YOUR engineer. t
ant were changed Beach, Oct. 6y; Pensacola, Get THE GOLDEN RULE OF MOVIE MAKINGIf 10OOa.m. Report of county
The Florida Jaycees said Frl. 8; Gainesville, Nov llj: Tampa, BIRTH MONTH health and welfare
tou knetAnna, the postman's wife, )ou'd !know how ex 10.30: a.m. General bus.
italic the can l become. But Lou should are her with that new mess and correapondence.
aniera Joe g a\e her last 'Christmas It's an Smut mode 11 tOO a.m. Public hearing,
camera, equipped with an electric e\e a zoom lens and all the vacating part of plat Naples
trimming'! and Us !gut Anna neari\ a* excited as when shefir4 Gulf Terrace.
started to date Joe. 11ItO: a.m. Delegation, United
Church Women of Naples re ml M
J dull The best part of the lon howncr. is the \lar Anna learned grant center. y ii
a star i If I'alll.Estellr' about the GOLDEN RULE if nioMe.making! !, so perhaps we 12 noon Recess for lunch.
+{( tr' w rlf'OtL i ctr elf had b,-ttrr ttor teat| as it happened right! from, the 1:30: p.m. General businessand
be;:innmlir.l ;: correspondence.Final I
Approve and pay bills,

J Or ", State University experts
have a new project watching
Who but Karastan could fat F3, .F +} Antarctica stretch
( capture the mood of Spain The "slretih"! of the surface

I so beautifully This rich + f tife c tirv + tie the sheet unl\erlllV""s being Institute measured by of MIKE REPASS will be a freshman at Stetson

old design is done in today 4' Polar Studies and the U.S. University in DeLand this fall instead of a seniorat
thick acrylic loops r itI'.J Geological Survev's Topographic Naples Senior High. School. This summer he

that brush offwoven soil and _.. ," Division attended the University for "advanced study"and
The sheet Is estimated t(1 grow carried three three-hour college level courses
spills. And each loop is ,, a half inch per mile each year successful enough to be invited back this fall as
Kara-loc for always Dr Richard L. Cameron, the student Mike plans to be a lawyer,
a college
pr< ,jei:t's supervisor, says the
colors undergraduate college
In 13 glorious measurements would give a and can save a year of
Choose your starlightin r" better understanding of flow work before entering law school I in the move to
sizes from 3'x5'( to AAA mechanisms and the rate of flow Stetson this fall (NEWS photo)

12'xl8't The 9')(12' Is on the ice sheet I

only 18950. .
It isn't from Spain s. Xray

ton Road. 7/28tf FUR ;

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tt ktilont Capers
.) jIll! I picture, slit took were of Did "( M) moterpiec Well.
a new ,ar her n...xt.tllIor l ighbon harlhVnna
had scquircd.nna| : I I put a roll of liiil done whit nearly sll 26- Situations Wanted J. \\
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Just made it look that HIIIIII color film oulloor( dayliglilttet : [people do when they first get auntie cd
I I inlu the mw cmnru, went cinirrs They move it. Seems ra'
way ( over In Sllyi driveway, and shot there it something about the con and talented 16 oldS '
Young year 't
) lots of sums of Sally Bitting into notation of the words "movie" and
I lie car Silly gifting out of the cir camera" that convinces everyonethe Insurance agency eager to provide 2 Be r
sally driving inlu the driveway, camera should move It for homeowners for r
ally drhlng out of the driveway, .houldn't. 3 security ,
C end so on.Anna If Anna had been shooting map 5 S3 auto owners, boat owners, etc
JVaplcst' was real proud of herself, shun with her
roof ovcrmag box camera she 2 work with for a
lint because Willing to you
day she didn't lose would I hate held the camera absolutely 2 Bd
one Important:: tS shooting' i opportunity: : dill She would know, of more secure future, Immediate locatuwater.
the followed 'ally s movement like course, that the slightest movement
available. Phone Midway f
a puppy' dug folium in mauler, during actual would ly .
"19 Years of Dependability" Turn I Anna wrapped up the filmniuriud result in fuzzy, wobbly exposure, eye.tlramingpiclurei 25141. Our employers know of ,
it l<> tier dealer for proc 00
880 Sixth Avenue So Phone :MI 2-4050 sting. and lack came the m..ter.Jl \rl moving was precisely what this ad Yes.'M .
'ci a few days bier
,he was doing every minute of the -,- ---- roo33Aut
tune she was following Sally around

Want;; the Best! Home Bon In Naples/ ? SEE fuming with moving that the the movie pictures camera camera something, And She she awful was was City Pin

When Joe and Bill (Sally'i husband 2.40
) sew the jiggly wobbly movies
MICHIGAN HOMES on the screen they launched Into along
I and technical discussion, to
educate the girls I showing i how oneItgree
of movement at the camera
, t> height on the courthouse
.t Iti avoid
easy to camera move
x*" mmnt" laid.! Dill "You can bring w
dm elbows In close to the body get:
a firm grasp on the camera or pis-
1 y b yR l 1,1 l grip. then iqueete the trigger
Or put| the camera on s porch railing .
Y or car fender, or atop a fireplug
lr'III1'ly, however, folk don'tSenn
to know that the GOLDEN
RULE of MOVIE M\K1NG 1st! .i
j j Subject should move, always, the
camera, neverl I Well, hardly ever


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This Lime Pie Has Real Tans

Doctors Probe

r Mystery- of GrowthBy

KATHIE DIBELL possibiliu ota[ m+itdmaiedstudyof large group .if investigators and at the University of Mian-
BALTIMORE (AP) Johns Hopkins( Hospitalcgan phvaioliiguiil, gruth, while SNisiinis" II', nevri been atIempte School of Medicine. Drt.. RI.hardRcow.
\' this both were in fate in lusl 1 1. l-ire"' ., Helen
month a 600.000 study (on the and
process> of human growth. mysterious It has taken IX months to net Or I 'HI it Mm,, ,,,,n will be in Catherine Neill will be in Chargeof
upthe program it I,,hns Hopkins. ihari!,,' ..I i .i.ur+ the hio'i the
t Financed bthe Nations 1 Institute of Health the mng+ cardiology \Irk. Dr Allen
program I is directed by Dr. Donald Cheek, associateInvolved Never Before 'lOll", > 'I 'pr 't i Ih, hlld'n. Or Drash of the University sf Virginia .
pnarsaor of "Th? is' the ,nit |'U r ,.11 Ih,'- I ii(.,'" I " ,,' 'I, .1',1 i < dental will assess mental .wth
'l. pediatrics and gn
: ; i I\rn', a world in ".arid, I he I ,|I..n. i ,.... |PI.Cht'.k. ,. 111".1 I'' \\ II..i iM .n\ will nukertuhi. "Once the study get
director of research at in the two- elf prOIe'I.S'ucy i. ., ,. gumg.1will
'the R"\a! children's HoeI assuts. "II|i i- .i \ mextensive i i"nin ,i" ,1.1 I "+"'lab,dm run itself," Dr. Cheek say
prg'.i i i in,'1 Uing .i ""n'n' t liss'i,,'s s,nt t ti-hnl. "I'm just the matter d I' "
I 1" " Melbourne, Australia. / DwarfsThe
r 1t "knlcdge, on growth ia primary subjects for the
'.1111.?,unapt, little," Dr. Cheek studil''! be children with " " ,
-.1"fte don't even know what congenital heart defects andhypopituitarv
:3 h>, i\i des l with his calories." dear(..
\ Mud\ of growth has ever These children were selected
d i 'i 11 i' before and someone because they grow very rupidU.
I i ,', do i this to sustain study after corrective surgery or 'in
I II ',ctt' :0 ,"Dr. Cheek the case of the hypopituiuut
II the 9th hole of the
I i dwarfs. after hormone treatment Moorings Golf Course I is this lovely 3 bedroom,

.1Sr, ..ihsn i from Johns Hopk are begun. 2 bath built home
custom by A. Vernon Allen Instead of Puttering around
k i trr Reed HoKpital and Even tee weeks,t."al>n'rtllal ,
, tt>;. t. ver-itv! of Miami will be children and a normal brother " don't let show
1 aiaterwillbe intensneh studied why you us you the important feature of this home that

a ''tg, ,v g ART AND BEEF in the metabolic unit ot thi i nrtChildren's makes it a Golfer's dream
EL PASO. Tex. AP) Proh- Medical and Su,... i\I
ablythe ..i>rld'aonlv combination Center. About 100) ihildrui, v. iii
r meat market and art gallery laIn be used in the projeci
J El 1 Paso at the Crossroads There will be more Ih.1I111)
Meat Market. "Andy" Anderson different tests on the children i I.'
sells sides of beef there and his mea.w a such things" h hit' I 1"1.f al JOHN j WOOD
wife Ferne exhibits her oil age. mental growth, earda" I I AND ASSOCIATES
paintings on the walla. Its a put. the amount "f'f'1I I mithe ." ,,'
II LIME PIE \*uh a tangy filling and a fluffv t I' inngui' pleasure housewives 1 shoppingfor number and size ntDr . ,.-
CECIL .. the week's mill to be ableto Robert Cooke, I h . 630 Fifth Ave., So. Ph. MI 2-5359
take in a rotating art exhihl- pediatrician at Johns Hopkins
Associated Press Food
Editor COLLIER COUNTYNEWS N.pl.i, FIs? Sunday/ Auguit 30 l64 5B''tion' at the same lime. and Or. Cheek firstdisvussed thee
HERE IT is, ladies a lime .
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pie with a custardy filling anda I -- -- -- --_

meringue topping that's a .;,,...,' ,
I relative of old-fashioned lemor
pie. .
This particular recipe yields .,
a tangy flavor and has a filling . ,
that lion the loft aide. If you. " .
would like less tang, you might i" I "
omit lane of the lime rind. I If : .
you would like a firmer filling, ,
f increase the amount of cornstarch '
according to the directions j .

recipe.We given at the end of the ;fl' .

like a thin rich flaky
pastry for the pie shell. And
have you noticed that pastry is
at its best when it Is served at

.\, room 1/4 1 1/4 TANGY cup cup teaspoon temperature augur com LIME starch nit MERINGUE PIE the man behind the miracle .

1 1/2 cups cold water
\ 3 egg yolks
i' 2 tableapoonabutter ormargarjne
f 1 1/2 teaspoons grated lime rind3
'/ cup fresh lime juice

.i Green 1 baked food 9-inch coloring pastry shell uses the most modern and advanced electronic equip At Cape Coral, 7Mi road miles Southwest of Fort Myers,

the top of a double boiler, ment of the space age, side-by-side with the simple tools they have created a modern, thriving community from
N stir together thorouhly12\ cup
I sugar, the corn starch and salt. of the past, to provide for the needs of the future. He and what was once a wilderness. At Golden Gate Estates, 13
t Gradually stir in the water,

} constantly keeping smooth.over Cook boiling and water atir th 3,500 other "Men Behind the Miracle" at Gulf American road miles from Naples, they have turned rawvirgin acre-

until thickened. Cover -ooolti Ii/>.. '
10 minutes longer stirring oc- : "Land Corp i lion, work in the principal cities of the age into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing.1:''

casionally; if glass double
boiler is used, increase this United States, in several foreign countries, at Gulf Wherever they may be..whatever tools they
cooking time to 15 minutes, Do

not Best remove egg yolks from with boiling remaining water. American's eleven-story office building in Miami and at command..these men personify Gulf

I'2 cup sugar. Stir a little of
I the hot mixture into the egg yolk Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates. Their combined efforts American's corporate goal..building
mixture to blend, then return to
remaining hot mixture over have accomplished modern-day miracles in Florida. new worlds for a better tomorrow !
boiling water. Cook and stir
constantly for 2 minutes. Remove
from boiling water. Stir in the
butter lime rind lime juice and
enough food coloring to tint
pale ,reen.Cool to room temperature -
without stirring.
Turn filling into baked pastry
shell Spread meringue over filling -
; seal edges to crust. Bake
in a slow (325 degrees) oven
until meringue is delicately
browned 15 to 20 minutes.
Cool at room temperature; if
pie filling is not set enough to
cut and serve, refrigerate until

Merengue; Best 3 egg whiles
until foamy Beat in 6 tablespoons .
sugar, I tablespoon at\ a
time; continue to beat, if necessary o v
until very stiff
Note; For a firmer filling, cornstarch
may be increased to 5

The Navy' believes the present
Polaris submarine missile will C
be an effective weapon system na
until tht early 1980s.
Advance systems under study I
include missiles powered by f
nuclear energy or exotic fuels;
t deep diving submarines which
could hug the ocean floor, and
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deployment of large remotecontrol 1
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6$ COLLIE COUNTY NEWS, N.pUs H.., Sunday, Auguil JO, IU4 Junior Editors Quiz on-
Ruins in Lebanon May Be

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Roman Temple to Mercury

t taint are the remains of two
temple to
_- Associated Pros Writer' gigantic
Jupiter and Venus, with soaring
BEIRUT (AP) A new 60-foot( column topped by finely err
. I I (t .. t#' archeological mystery has carved capital and lintel,
hrwR cropped: up with (he unearthing Baalbek I I. one of Lebbon' 1 0r
of a jumbled pilef main tourist attraction and the e\\
> Roman columns near the backdrop for an international
fmt, >ricl town of Baalbek high music fl'llivalevery year
the Lebanese mountains. The temple of Mercury has
Alum under an American never been found, though ill location
i 1 I eersity of Beirut archeology it known to be in the
_ .. \tit..: t; ''''' ,'." ." '" "' . iff nor. Haroutioun Kalayan 't'nerallrl'lofthe new digging,
: ,-""" ... 1 1 I.'". . NEA p
:11. 7" .. ,,,,, 'oN i I Telephotoi
_ '" _1' D & .. ; .7"t painstakingly digging for two a short distance from the eiuat-

ODD BIRD= ; ;final t taxi test the RS70 moves up and voy of fire.fighting u'hulM First tt'sti\ ht Is expected 'ear*, hat uncovered mm* dating ing temple s
. from the time the Roman were The area unearthed measure
down the runway at Palmdale Calif.. accompanied by a con. "'huitlt's _
about75 70 feet and it
I ---- in Lebanon in the First Century by strewn
with broken column, pedestals
AD.The expert think the ruins and capital piled :stop one an
might be the remnant of an inn other. Fragment of pottery and
V. or a table brought down by an other earthern vessels' have also
PLANNING A PATIO r earthquake, but they are not been found.
s sure Prof. Kalayan said it will Three of the 18-foot columns A NEWFOUNDLAND
I take more than a year until work have been restored' to an upright SCHOOKER
OR REPAIRING by I i. completed and the ruins petition and work,1* continuing SAILS THECOAST 19i
B, f. CLADDING identified.The on the rut. The pillar are over OPLADRADOR
three feet in diameter and mad
fine decoration on come
: Il.lnlll he :Most Minnows:
of the discoveries and themanive of smooth atone
Or- THE BEST bail fur sire of the pillar, how. Buried in the rubble, the QUESTION: Why is Labrador called Labradorwhenit
li,hing i I. ,i live minnow, Here
wine lip on citing the most ever ha* brought peculation archeologists found a marble is In Newfoundland:
unl this bad with the built-in the find might be the lost templeof basin, with finely sculptured .
Mercury image of prancing animal, ANSV.FR' : "Ne foundland" originally meant the Island tothe
LM.: hooks of fine wire in the The Romans in Baalbek or- bunches of grape and twitting
right In our map, "Labrador" referred to th.large peninsula to
I ,III,tiillir.:. pruilnal lets damage kuc.from Your hook brut hipped three god, Jupiter, vines clearly viaible. The same the left, Both areas were discovered by early explorers, but
livv longer and be far more Venus and Mercury Standing on decoration are found in the Newfoundland because of its better climate and important
\aHook a flat plain ringed with moun temples of Jupiter and Venus fisheries became much the most Important Newfoundlanders,
each minnow ui lighll however, have always had an Interest In the Labrador coastIn
possible just "/"'"/ of the dor ( black) because of sending their fishing vessels there in the
: 1 lin, hish swallow minnows head summer At one time, this coast was a "dependency" of Newfoundland
+l. and (he forward hooking. ,
: \ I he hook a better chance to As Important minerals were found In the Labrador peninsula,
: lI. Newfoundland claims, The .
Quebec disputed English government
I ui one of the most fetching
use a tinker than barely settled the Issue In 1927 by awarding to Newfoundlandboth
( ., more!) heavy enough: to pull the Labrador coast and that part of the peninsula shownin
1. bait down Your minnow will gray, These two areas are now partof Newfoundland, which
he 10 shay near the surface and itself Is a province of the Dominion of Canada (it was once a
>X>ii pinch on only a small shot, separate dominion), Because the two areas, in black and gray,
descent: will be gradual: and are part of the general peninsula, they are usually spoken of
: hell sink a few feet, itrug as "Labrador" "Newfoundland" generally refers to the large
upward curbing the light Island to the east which is the main seat of the provincial
hl. thin he pulled down again
he Iii n, Sensing that he can 1 ,ew I government .
/? "" make U to the lop, the mm a

will try repeatedly-and his FOR YOU TO DO: Our artist especially enjoyed doing this
efforts will tend to win him
I'i"l way passage down tome picture of the Labrador coast because he spent two summers
nel.e 'i gullet, there. Color the picture by making the huge cliffs dark slaty
1 here a knack to hooking fish brown, and the water blue leaving the icebergs and reflections
minnows, for a yank at the pure white. The schooner's sails could be gold
time meant only a bare
.. Fish Jon"I I capture and gulp Y 7rd''
{ in a tingle iwoop Their
.t grab: Is to catch and kill; they
: ::::: : / the minnow between their
and apply pressure So don I WE SPECIALIZEin
to net the hook on the strike;
I likely to be outside the fishi tr.rl'.
.where it cannot possibly

Your fish will move off with his everything for your sewing need . The
then hull to swallow it. Pay ttse, P 9.wss newest dress fabrics and linings, four pattern
slack! to allow him to move
freely then wait until he moves :qr J' companies, a tantalizing world of buttons, trims,
after downing the minnow
and Advice
helps. cheerfully
sewing given
the time to whack it to him,
if votive hud the patience to your sewing problems
>ou're going to hang yourself
{i fish!

The New England aection: of rlie Ftbtie Matt!
country: received It* name MARBLE BASIN covered with images of animals,
John Smith. The
I Capt. grapes and vines was found among Roman ruins in
hill, narrow green val
and rocky hillilde reminded diggings near Baalbek, Lebanon. The basin was found
of his native England broken in two main .sections: MI 2.3334

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r priced at $32,730.
f'f While million of people

take every opportunity to BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
court a tan under the beneficent .
UNUSUAL FURNISHED HOME on well maintained ground. on First Avenue,
If sometimes burn.
North. The vital statistics include two bedrooms, two baths, a comfortable, spacious
N Ing, ray *l the sun, there living rocm dining room, electrically equipped kitchen and a two ear earport. The

are other who mull make entire living area I lo centrally air conditioned:! and the bedroom have electric space

every effort to avoid even heater Also on the premise I. a one bedroom efficiency guest house. $32,500, with

w. the skimpiest exposure to the purchaser to make' his own financing arrangements./:

old Sol. These are suffer. THERE'S PLENTY FOR TilE MONEY In the three bedroom, two bath CBS

er* of a rare and little understood homo on Sandpiper !Street in popular Oyster Bay It also contain a paneled living
disease known IIporph'rla. ream all electric kitchen, Florida rcom with built-in grill and a wood burning fire
place. Twenty feet on a canal are reserved for your boat. $18,500 and can be bought
for a small cash outlav above existing mortgage.

Through some metabolic NEED WAREHOUSE SPACE See u..* about the two available spaces in
a so" fit i malfunction, the body of a the Butler building type of warehouse at 90 12th Street North. Each apace eon-

person to afflicted produce tame. 800 square feet and rent for $57 a month.


1 FASHIONABLE Royal Harbor a paradun for small boat O..N. Hundreds of imln' of chemical normally DESIRABLE HOMESITES, APARTMENTS, RENTALS,

pied baYI end inlets. .bejm' at your own private a-irhoni; I produced In minute ACREAGE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. IT WILL PAY
amount Not understoodI
Every spacious homniM w welly on lho water fully m walW and I the Involvement of porphyrin .

atrvxl by city utililw, Within the NapWs city limita, ,lust 1 mimitM from and the bod,'* *e..

o a I t:1.: litlvlty to the un. /ld 1/tde /l44 e4Ue4

For Royal Harbor will build a landing dock frw ofchar. Easily understood, how.

... Or if you prefer, contrIbute UM same amount toward tb eonMruction ever, I I. thv popularity of


t -V SHOP'S prescription er- 'e4 44
B Homawua... prind from M.400 to II*.WO,

Onus out and m. Royal Harbor today Uk. U.8. 41 and tam south on vice.to We we that make it every la second effort 305 5th Ave. South-Midway 22124'NAPLES
{ moorNAHIS .
Sandpipw Strati Ttbphont InquinM. Call Alan Foater. (;en. Mr, ort to none in every respect.
fawnte Real I Ertate Brokar NAPLES PRESCRIPTION
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t Young People Mink' COLLIER COUNTYNEWS, Naples Fit? S""f" August. 10, IfM 78 In a country as prosperous the 490.500 I

I'nlfed States.
Traffic Deaths il
Prttaln. they
say unanimously,
though not as wealthy as this Over Labor Day I
Dads Shy from Advice/
Away on Colleges s 4, mmtry, provides better ficlll-! CHICAGO (APV-The Nation.al I
ties for Its poor Safety Council estimated to.

Opporfunit\ this nrst-hand day between 490 and 590 persons
Respect Teen's Decisions Kids Feel! rr < omparlson and for the four's could loa their lives In raffle
visit to the Inlted States was accidents over the Labor Day

By Eugene Gilbert Pa.. "I couldn't have chosen a :f Ip made possible I through a pro. weekend.The period on which the (ore.

Praldent, Gilbert Youth better one" gram
Research, Inc. Paula Dubin, 18, efCMonpee. volunteers, p.m. local time Friday Sept, 4
The rrde-t "'T established until midnight Monday, Sept. 7.
Mass., also trusted her father'sfudgment In London in ret t1'ro11I for anVmerl It wiU be the last lone weekendof
of father with
Image a
to a point sheexplained
up .\oliinfeer the summer tnvel season.
capital' F, dictating to his cnn Tt : proprimIn In a period of corresponding
tondon hunched
the choice of college or career rrw ".,.t first we mere In agreement length, but not Including a noli
Is out of date. N A of twonlleges. 1 bissidor. John Inmt. day, the death toll would
on one .
that's what the Travel mone I Is provided\ theClntonspi amount to about 430, the council
At least, totingieople ,' But judrtenh he decided r aid.
'users. Washington,
themselves say. More than
I should go to an an.girlschool.
Stephen's Church which
the '
rent of thousand and
84 per It shocked me. I like beta, so '
4 operates the program thronch
mon boys and girls we questionid natural I rejected the idea" BUIIT-H in If t. II mt li \\.c hit ,'tin the tn<'iriutlon NeiRhhorhoodCenter II.W. ClouserMetropolitan

recently said their fathers ..s for careers onh 16 perVent D.C.It I) I irl .li leVr. cr \n. III wirier.. ire ,
provides quarters for the .
ln uranc Consultant11Ictropolitan
had given no Indication theyvant. of the young people said I I, wl i 11 I" t. mteer \lsltors.
,d to name the colleges for them their fathers had shown a
Even In the minority group determination to Influence. theft The four Prltlshers :ire part Life
Slum Life Shocks Britishers aw.aYspr
of .1 group of 16 volunteers. "'hoilso
where' the fathers etpressedpreferenres Careers strongh van, K r
i J.rpanesesendnar.
no great dlrt1cultl..stpptar.d Ullbert Youth ServlcetVASltI .. at slum ondltlons In the cipltoj: ''lui end! Ciiitdlm .will gladly recommend aprogram
II :a collepestiilrnt.
likely. Because 68 to fit
per- your personal
..fir :GTON: Four \onngBritishers .
rti\i a week.
rent of the teen-agers said thl'Y.rr..d ReNeW rouRDRIVER'S rm.The theyare Life Insurance
who who .
four : .t..ranvnhmt..r
are spending' thesummer are on fliiti helping' to
providereireitlmil seeds. Call or11.*:
. with father's choice. And LICENSE L
.w nrklng with \ nuorctersIn social workers Inthelr "
who did not agr... were of WRING YOUR ediuitlonil; Midway 2-3091
many an Int..r.rlll'\:11\: "lircpt": irea home I iommiinltles. were shin bed .titMtles fir .i b nil. 500
abide bt his BIRTH MONTH Naples
the opinion they'd P. O. Box 995
here admit to being!: "tppillett" b\ housing and health lonrtltlon omiptters.
Judgment when the time < ;me.


Sharon Gullertge, 11. of Evans

rule, Ind., was sure she knew
why her father hadn't offered a + & iii
any advice on which college she lJ cni/p cI6e

hould attend after graduating
1'11':11': hit tl'lt'h r doesn't mean laving
from high school. "Because"
she said, "whatever makes me dew the iw ( most rilln9) (( coojir/tnlkc/ ; ldrncc
makes him happy" put It slmplyi -I trust my N,Y.t 'Mv father's reasoning I Is

happy A 17-year-old gill from father's Judgment So did excellent." And, said 16yearoldArlene rocnliol' .. ''It tAfnKcs.rfiAfCCj!: ( ( on t idc QuCj

iloomlngton, BI., Jeanne Brown, Bassuh, 18. of Brooklyn, Kathy Pelaney of Feastevllle,
.........,.....,................................................ r ;In Th* Moorings ,
of her father, "He feels I
&Yt'!, tW Juagtrrl.nt.1 1 Linda I G TtiERE,: IS jf'' 'bEE'k\ l ,!,) :

kartells, .14, of Kalamaroo, MISS DEB: I IIJ

illch., Is a few years away from
These features make your investment more valuable
pllege but made this form t:: :

He probably will leave thehotce ,,a 'ti1 ., , anni'rrt qurtlumifcuut : and livable a combination of Apartment and lIou e.
Junior Vmrtiqurltr
and with :
' up to me agree ,ai f grooming '. I r Investigate today and select choice location.
\ .
A similar ><
hat I choose preilttlon ..::;..... : a.\ and inlrmH. U' 1:
came from iS-year-old II -i} l \ I Address: f.t .n S' _' \
arol! Marlon of Los Altos.Callf., i iQ. Gulf Shore Blvd.-} GUlF SHORE BLVO. '

'1 am sure my father will re. On the beach side
When H turnei to ih.kinft girl friend who lives in another
pert my Judgment In choosing a hand, I get ">hiM>k." II it always i- town and when I left I laid
ollege. He may advise me one nncsury 10 shake handi thank you to both her and her \ Social Area
ay or the other, but the final when )'ou're inirodmtd to lome mother for entertaining me IX Not leased land \\\\\
eclslon one? 1 eel strange shaking I have to write a thank )ou Iffff r I 60 ft. heated pool
most will benine. I
likely hands with another girl, but I note, too? I ( cua10"t Large size social
.'' rrad lome_here that a guess AAarl
A. Always write a note to .
Although only it, Randolph should olFer her hand to her room equipped to
your hostess when you ve been ( I
hostess _
abllch of Seaford, N.Y., has al. a guest in her home Of course, 'E-<<< entertain up to

eady decided that Ms choice will A. Maybe their lour tip' will this doeint apply to your gal _t i cA/ANA .d 60 guests
Hop you from halting in your friend down the block who stays {
>II among Harvard, Massachu- boon 1. Never refute to ihaketomeonei over at your place ai much ai 1 { Private area for
pits Institute of Technology and '' hanj if he or she you do at hen But on any occasion y relaxing. Guests
>raft institute He added that hisither ortcrt it 2 A lady may offer her when you are actually a cA"roan cAAroMt {
hand to a man, but it 11 nut re. guest in lomeone'I home, always : dressing rooms
"feels that any of theseni4ge. When being intro lollow up with a note POOL ,.
are of good quality." tto\a girl; your own age, n 1 { 1" ,. .
a cordial hello an properly Q In our khool, boys givt r
SIMILAR PATTERN ON replace t handshake 4. A woman their girls unklt bracelet I When OfficeSeparate
CAREERS should otter her hanJ la I came home with a bracelet hit Manager's y s y { UUNAAy t-- E'{(( Laundry RoomMaid's
her host, her hostess and to her week, my mother made me lake from main .. ). ttxAcl
Charles McCrary, 15, of guesti Naturally, this dot in't it off She iay ankle. braceleti buildings t {
.enal, Alaska, plans military mean youd shake handt with art cheap How tan I convince {roAAW i-f locker Room
areer and said he and his father Joanie after a coke and record her they areni? Beautiful 0 Maid service upon
union in the bailment But do Lounge
both like Annapolis, with The remember the rule when. you're A. Your mother meant they For 1- request
at more formal adult gathering aren t 'like, and the enjuttte your guests /ALCONI(.
Itadel ai a second choice ; nJ.t' ,
Remember also. a woman hand ( fashion authontieiwill
Those whose fathers made hake 11 merely a brief touch of bask her up Bracelets belong There are no inside Gulf View from
hoi res felt, for the most part, hands, and not a masculine grip on the wrist not the ankle No 4o all apartments
Why not have the chain adjusted, Kitchens in any tea' '
hat he had selected wisely. Mary and pump action yo'k !o ko
to wrist Hit and wear it there I-
ftterhouse, 15, of Milwaukee Q. I spent a weekend with a You might even itarl a new fad. apartment. ofir'4r

All Bathrooms have NoY '

windows to the OY aulcoat({ Extra spacious

outside. voY grounds beautiful.

TOWER OFSTRENG1H soY ly landscaped

A t' \

Carports havecovered a w

entrance to
$14,000 In ext"furnishings
all apartments

And a mighty strong link In the field of tele s< YY 41 ?r equIpmentAll

communications. This Is Inter-County Telephone's J1 '

microwave relay tower In Immokalee that is All two bedroom \ \3 I 7

charged with the duty of providing constant apartments have -
finest ofconstruction
communication contact between Collier County's"frontier 4-way ventilation e I Nand R

town" of Immokalee and the world. no common YY 1 by

This tower like those in Naples and Everglades, walls with another I Frank J. Rooney,
provides round-the-clock service to the areasit apartment cJ

of the Inter- r'' .
serves. It's just another example ;, \

County Telephone System's million dollar program All apartments bS 1 t i Mf No

of expansion and improvement for this In some k5 e' L1 d ?e All General Electric

Collier County area of Southwest Florida. Like , range applicants r aL t kitchens

this tower, your friends and neighbors at Inter. nc t ,' thoroughly

County are standing tall In their efforts to bring ' Investigated t ,

the most modern telephone service available to r, ; ; Air Conditioned

all parts of Collier County, i 40 7 -4-4t and heated
5 ?iru
o +.

Your Partner In Progress Large Balconies 2, 3, a4 bedroomapartments.

i on all apartments Q cD .4-a .




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\.{,)' I' i 240 feet private beach -cut
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\, ',.>,1.'(' Designed Fot Florid Benches Not Fot A Crowded City Km

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A small refundable deposit can hold a choice apartmentFor

'"").' t location while you compare other apartments or' Sales Staff:

r Occupancy Geo. R. GuyCaroline

By Furnished Model Open Daily 930.900 Phon* Mi| .7212 '

Fall of '64 Sunday 100.900 P. 0. Box ere Downing"WA

General Contractor

Ph. MI 2.7272 P. O Box 576

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,11 Gulf Of Mexico

EAST NAPLES fil'.flj.htl'I'[ m fitt..,dv ith s,,II -<'.,ntained Spa"Its Of Naples
smoke and ('h<.nnral! mask: and i .m i i 1.1111 t ,. in
allowing him to walk right into the densest ll11okto.>
East Naples fire chief Camper TtnuiMml sins his ."
department has two of these dm'ices, Pictuie wan '
taken at late-night fire uuliiv this week at the '
Davis Blvd home of Lowell Goldu. : :
( MrCiiath photo) .
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Rail, Auto Industries on

Threatened Strikes t' *hit"

By Ing '

F NEW YORK CAP) Threat Six railroad f >Ian unions IIJVP
of crippling strikes hung over set a strike foi dhculv ,u Sept. I 'r +r tJ ' I s
the automobile and railroad In. <8. Negotiations/: in ,uiftect ha' up
dustrles this week. I federal nudiatoi ire exi{.ctc get under Monday.Job .
negotiations However a raised continuation hopes that of protection is the Issue. I 1iiB k&J
work Involved ere six unions, with i
stoppages could be avoid. I
d. 41,000) members, reprenei ting
I ,boilermakers, electrical workers \ : I
The United Auto Workers sin. machinists, sheet metalworkers 1 I out 1F!
tried out Chrysler Corp. as Its' carmen, firemen and I
,. No. 1 strike target and suggest. oilers.In ;
ed the deadline for agreementon another buslness.labor du. ( ;
a new contract be extended 'velopment a strike against Pan and
to tie;it. 9. Current contracts ex. American World Airways lasted
l'' plre Aug. :31. just one day. of ,
The walkout was railed by theTrans.ort twulee JMN
It Is a practice In automobile Workers Union, of
Industry negotiations for the un. ,which represents 10,500[; ground rnf a ,fa. r .
Ion to select one of the Dig Pan .&
and flight employee among
Three automakers as the prime Am's 23,000 workers, In a dl.
"" target. It puts the company on a spute. over wages and benefits. n'r.YY
spot because 1 If a strike occurs Many nights were canceled "
1 Its rivals can go on making before agreement was reach
F cars
f An agreement with one firm and union members" went back
4 to work. in Naples.
usually sets the pattern for the
industry The automakers stepped| up
Walter Reuther, UAW presl.' production in order to get as
dent, said Chrysler General many IOCS models In .dealer .
Motor and Ford had adoed I' hands as possible Imfore a
j "a narrow, selfish attitude" I In strike. ""
negotiations and were denying Production this week wit ash .
workers their fair share of mated at 95,400 passenger "mrs, V(
record profits. compared with 40,870 act wee k.
The companies have offered I Sales continued (to run at a structure.
pay raises ranging from 18 to 38; strong/: pace with dealers clellv.'
cents an hour over three years I erlng 206,000 domes!l nude i
and Improvements In pensions' cars In the Aug. 11.20 I'el'loI1. .
vacations and other fringe bene., This was the best mid.Allgtirecord xt h. ';-'f'
fits since 195r[; when 213,000
cars were anti<
With the automobile Industiybearing i
NEW SEA MONSTERLOS down, steel orders weie a
ANGFLES (lAP) "newkind expected to climb more sharply each apartment.; 'S
of "flip-lop" ship may next month. .. ",. S ". "
frighten unwary manner* cruising Steelmakers fumed out 2,392,. i , I. "
,c off the cent of California this 000 tons last week, a gain of .8 < Hlff' t '
year. The 355-foot steel vessel( per cent over the previous
haa the ability to aland on it* week
4 stern with only 55 feet arrowing I An Interstate Commerce i the ;, ,
I above waterall in the Interests Commission hltilr'llIj.Imlner i -
of ocean research according to commended! that the Ore itr
"Steel Facts," published by r Northern Railway the Noi'thorn <' unit in each apartment.
American Iron and Steel Institute. Pacific Hallway and the Chlra.( .1.
The old vessel haa special I I go Burlington i Quliu'y Rail 1| '
pumps which fill ballast tank i road be permitted to merge: chutes.
and cause the stern to shift i The combination would, c crest on '
downward thua permitting, aonar a ZSO.OOO.mlla s\st<>m. the ill L )
equipment to better study underwater tlon's largest .1 !
conditions, The University The idonunendatioi is suh. !c, '
of California la conducting the jeit to review I 1.\ i It'I'' I ill! I m,, I III'i 1
l research. mission n. I, ,, ,

\ tables architect.. umbrellas, etc.

: : Country Club available.

I on land or building. '

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