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: September 6, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Immokalee Rodeo Opens Today Big Crowd>Seen


Many ExpectedTo I .

Attend From Weather Outlook

The 0 urfj through Sunday
Naples AreaThe (
d tftrriMMin and

14th annual Immokalee bt even rl der ,hewers. Lew

Rodeo will get under way today tattler in the yo igh Sunday M to

at 2 p.m. at the Rodeo Arena oUn W pSi. 5'ar wind* S to 12

and again tomorrow,Labor Day, 7 ( s i Umilea a r,

with 77 cowboys and cowgirls

vying for top prizes In what of*
flclalj of the Immokalee Sad- Ed'
dle Club SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1964 16 PACES 10 CENTS "
predict will be the .
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"best ever staged In southwestand ----- / }
central Florida." Hundredsare 11ro""
expected to attend from the ,, '

Naples area.Monday's Ending Draft '
Yields To Council
program will open City t):
with a colorful parade at 10

a.m. with the Immokalee High Costly Step,

School band, prancing horses,

yelling cowboys,cowgirls iii native Declares LBJ ,.
Western garb and a groupof

marching Seminole Indians. WASHINGTON (AP)/*- Presl.
Don Boyd, of Arcadia, who dent Johnson suggested yesterdaythat
In past years has walked away a quick end to the military
with the best" All Around Cow draft might cost several billion ,

boy" honors at the celebration, dollars.
will be Two Johnson was asked to com.ment *
again a contestant.
at an impromptu news Up
new events for this year's rodeo
conference on a statement b)'
will Include a special bull-rid-
Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Republican
ing exhibition for boys and girls presidential candidate,

from Naples, Fort Myers, Im- that ending the draft would be
mokalee and Sunnlland and a one of his goals. The Presidentthen

calf scramble for youngsters brought up the question Beer Bid
under 12 years of age. of cost.
Other features will Include He said a distinguished
exhibitions Incalf-roplng.bull- member of the Armed Services

dogging,bull-riding, bareback- Committee, whom he did not .
name, had told him that stop Apparently bowing to the A.P. Ayers, county tax collector
steer-decoration and
riding, thepopularGlrls' Y
ping the draft "would cost sev.eral wishes of City Council membersand held up Issuance of the county
cloverleaf Barrel billions more If we acted 'c _ ; nther cltUens of Naples, Im. and state licenses, pending approval .
Race. precipitately." 'L perial Florida Oil Co. has calleda of Council for a City 11.
Robert Montsdeoca a Semln Johnson went on to say thata hall to Its plans forthe package cense, Ayers said this was stan.dard .
ole Indian from Moore Haven preliminary statement on an sale of beer at Its gasoline sta. procedure for his office.
Is expected to put on a thrilling administration study of the lion at 2COO Ninth Street North. Council on Wednesday re-afflrm.

exhibition In bull-riding, according draft system will be availableIn -. Imperial notified The News ed Its opposition to Imperial's!!.

to Mrs. Jackie Robert, a few weeks and final con. by telegram Saturday morning of cense application.

rodeo secretary. elusions can be expected In NEA Telephoto the firm's decision, which was On Friday it was reported that
early spring. FACE QUIZ ()\ fl'B.'ktured In Washington after returning from an unauthorized announced by general manager Imperial's State license had been
ENTRY LIST Much of the 35.mlnute session trip to Cuba, these four young people have been subpoenaed to appear before the )House> C,L. Shepherd in Orlando.Shop, recalled by the state.HOFFMANN .
with reporters was devoted to Un-American Committee Two days of similar In : last herd
Following are the names of rings year resulted in a wild commented:
the 77 and the a recital by Johnson of his gov- melee. Left to right Yvonne Bond San Francisco: Morton Slater and Edward Leman. VIEWS
In which events ernmental and political phlloso. sky of New York City and Albert Maher. Houston. Tex "Imperial Florida Oil Co. has Meanwhile, Councilman Carl
they are entered
: always maintained the best reputation .
Girls Cloverleaf Barrel phy.Johnson deplored any effortto foR community service.We Hoffmann, In a Friday press release
contended that there Is
Race--Sharon BronSon, Moore pit class agalost class and have always done our utmostto a

I lavenj;Elaine Cannon,Fort My- group against group, religion Weather BureauOn support the wishes of the difference between stores package and salesin
ers;Ann Adams,NaplesSandra; against religion or race against Naples Over $10 MillionIn community and to cooperate ful. sales in gas stations.Hoffmann's
Cooper, Belle Glade; Zanna race. ly with civic leaders."While statement
"That must not happen hereIn The'Carpet was aa follows:
Crosby; Bronson, Moore
there la
basic dlf.
either he said. no Is belief
Haven parry. "It my that the peopleof
; French, North What the country needs most, Terence between the carryout Naples and Collier County
Fort Myers;I oxle LuckySonja And At WashingtonWASHINGTON sales In service station and
Building a
Johnson said, "Is unity and un. MovingActivity should be alerted to a situation
McDaniel, Fort Myers and derstanding." And he said that the same sales al a boat dock, that has recently come to Coun

Jenny Ilessier, Fort Myers. all Americans should resist D.C.-Atthere. marina, or grocery store, wt cil's attention. It appears that the
Calf Roping--Van Adams, with dedication "the spiritual quest of U.S Senators Spestard regret the controversy arising slate authorities In control of 11.
; .Demon;William cancer of hate" continued brisk at Rutenberg Construction Co. Holland and GeorgeSmdhersand from our license application and quor and beverage licenses have
I Crum, Plant City;Roy Davis the Naples Building Depart will build a $33,874 residencefor Congressmen Dante Fascell.Faul, have canceled all plans for beer adopted a policy of licensing

Plant City; Dave Dungan, mem, which wrote up $147,073 Durward Packard ai. 1843 Rogers, and Claude Pepper,Unit. sales In'Naples." gasoline filling stations to sell

Zephyrhlllsj Roy Edwards,Fort GOP's Miller worth of building permits In Eighth Street South. This was ed States Weater Bureau Chief
the week just ended. the first permit{ d duringjbeweek. 'Dr. Robert Whit cam to the NONE LICENSEDNone : r."Th.
Myers; James Cowart, Wauchula beer
of the City's 23 gas eta C'IwlU see
\ l Johnny McDaaieUJFort Hits HumphreyAs Largest. of the 13 germlts! : . ..and llftedrtie Naples Capitol fTWWeuther September JBurSus 3 to'outline recent Ions are M... K|4. Mil boor," -Mrtwn al-MV u rOldoJldf Are
i ts car"show nfTri 1364"over
Myers Delmar Rimes for a proposed new mall monuments to the i
; Immor $10,000,000 handling of Hurrlcan Cleo. A City ordinance, In the opinion rising
kalee; Roland Skipper, Immo'' room and repair building The Florida delegation com of City Attorney David Eplngler, highway death rat*. The tempta.
$44,775, to be located Rutenberg also has taken out tlon to adults to load
kalee; Robert Ray Smith, Wau- 'Radical'LOCKPORT costing pllmented the bureau on its track. prohibits fllllng.Ktatlon beer up on beer
chula; Virgil Grimes, Dade at 850 Ninth Street North. a permit for a 114,484 dwell Ing of the hurricane as It approached sales because such activity Is nut while loading up with gas la bad

City; Robert Sanders; Dade N,Y. AP) Contractor for the building will ing for David E, Lang at 693 Flortda.whlch wasdoneby Incidental to the sale of gasolineand enough, but consider the Umpta.

City; Kayo Wells, Arcadia and Rep. William E. Miller! formal.ly be R.W Wood Construction Co. Pine Court Michigan Construction land based radar as well as oil. tlon to minors

Arlln Taylor, Plant City opening his campaign for the The permit In process but not Co. plans to build a aircraft, but suggested that an Earlier this, summer, Imper. "#. are aware of the string

Dulldogglng--Don Boyd, Arcadia vice sldenCycharged yester. Issued yet, lists the owners as 116,600 residence at 2331 Improvement In the wording of sal applied for a City package .nt regulations of restaurantsand
; Buddy Boyd, fort My- day that Democratic vlce.presi. Elvin and Ruth Townsend (Robins Crayton Road for Gertrude bulletins and advisories shouldbe sale license, and the Zoning and bars In selling alcoholic

ers; Eddie Campbell, Immoka- dentlal nominee Hubert H. Hum. Dodge Co.). Haskard.In made. Planning Board looked unfavorably beverages to minors *. obviously
phrey has a record that la process Is a permit for While hurricane warningswere on It. City Council backed this control cannot b* effect
(Continued on page 2) "clearly one of the most radicalIn a $14,000 house to be built Issued at S p.m., August up the board. Imperial secured tlve at a gas station. It appears
Congress" 2Cth, and remained In effect, a to me that a volume of beer
County Building by L.V. Shields at 780 Orchid approval\ of the State Beverage
In his' prepared text, Miller 10 p.m. bulletin was Issued Indicating sales In (aa stations can only
Drive for S.A. Veatch The Department a state package.sale
Most Everything devoted much of ids speech to Week Slow, But First National Bank plans a the eye of the storm license, and Council on Wednesday lead to a volume of deaths on
an attack on Humphrey' con. would pass 20 miles east of the the highways."
Closed Tomorrow 19 by 16-foot addition costing was upset when Informedthat
nectlon with Americans for Big Things AheadIt coastline The Congressmennoted
the state had approved the
Democratic Action, which he $8,000. that while stormJested re.sldants "LET THEM KNOW"Hoffmann
In ase you've forgotten national! to. termed "unquestionably the was a slow first week of Collier County News plans a would realise that great license. urged the citizens of
morrow Is labor Day, a most influential organization in September for the Collier Count 45 by 12-foot addition to Its danger still existed, newer real Naples and Collier County to"do

holiday.( our nation's capitol attemptingto ty Building Department, but building, 741 12th Avenue dents might assume that It had everything In their power to let
Most In
everything county subvert and transform our Building Official Carl Clemmerhas South, costing $6,000. Tom lessened. Hurricane forecast. their representatives in Tallahassee
will be dosed the
up, including received indications that has TIDES know how they feel about
offices houses government into a foreign so. Truesdale will be the con- lug progressed considerablyIn
post banking ciallstic totalitarianism." some good-sized projects) will be tractor. Burkholder Construction recent years, but It Is still tills development Your City
most stores, and moEt filling Humphrey was one of thefounders let before the month I I. out not accurate enough to predictthe high Low Council has done everything in
Co. plans to build 48
it be a
st Ions. Restaurants will
openas of ADA. which backs The county office, which regulates by 30-foot metal exact course of a storm a.m. p.m am p.m.Sept. its power to prevent the sale
usual sunshade
what It considers liberal causes.He building In the county's within 20 or 30 miles and In locally, but we are advised that
The Collier News for Drunk 1 12:2012:10: 1:51: 1:40:
County building Smith Chris
served as Its chairman In unincorporated areas, Issued the case of Cleo, a slight change the State authorities are iu-
be losed. Monday is not Sept 7 Ul1: Ul1: 1:33 7:10
< a Craft for : : :
1949.30: and has been a vice six permits totaling $33,050!: In $3,000. of direction when the storm was preme, and that our protests will
publishing day, anyway chairman since then. the week just ended. Clemmer Bern and Blbee have takenout only :SO miles from shore brought t4ep1. 0 I 1:13 1:33: 7:09: 7:36: not b* heeded nor legally sustain

experts some commercial con. a permit to pour a 48 by it Inland, Sept 9 IU: 2:13: 7141: 8:00: .d.

ruction to get under way at 42-foot slab co.tlng$2SOO, as Dr. White assured the Con. Sept, ID 1:57:: 2U ':21 8:25Sept. : "Therefore, as I see it, only
Marco Island shortly. the first In wouldbe II 2:22 8:40 9:02 ':53
step an additionto grenmen that every step : : public Indignation and protestcan
Skeeter Biggest of the six permits Boat Haven Naples marina, taken to correct any deflcien.. Sept U 2:11 4:10: 9:51: ':24 keep this& trend out of our
Fighters I was $14,000, Indicated construe. 1484 Fifth Avenue South. ties found following a, complete H.pl. 13 a:11: 6109: 10:53: 10:12H"lIt. : community." Hoffmann conduct
.' tlon cost of rebuilding an East
Naples service station at the Midway Construction Co, plansto review of the Cleo record and II 4:27: 11:11 12:27: ed, "Speaking for myself, I am
that would b* taken to
corner of U.s. 41 and Palm make a t2,0o1( ( addition ro action and to Sept II 11:19:: willing to work with any civic
Street. Leo M. Glasser Is con. the home of George P. Ed- improve communications all Add hour for leaders who art opposed to this
clarify the language used In one Marco
For PlaneNaples II jncls! I I." Marllr trend, and I am sure this Is also
Looking tra tor for the work. Owner Is naive
Joseph Krefetz. The station is advisories and bulletinsII' Add one hour, Naples Ray bridge the position of the mayor and
other members of Council."
being relocated because of the

Mosquito Control Board member Robert Lin- current road'<. widening; oJe"t] t. 'f
Board decided Friday to advertise dabury said that some personshe William B. Stone la building 1flst .. +

for bids for a used had talked to were under the a $10,000 residence on Hibiscus *
Beechcraft air- mistaken Street! In East Naples Quality! it
twin-engine Impression that the
Pools Is Installing a $4,0001o.t, | Misfit Swamp Buggy
plane, and to open the bids at district Is planning to employa for Foster Olroyd at Immokalee, SAVthe

the December meeting. full-time pilot. "We are Immokalee Ranch, If building ,<
Friday's action was follow only going to pay a pilot by $3,050 addition to the rand fr.ro.. Derby
up to the board's formal decision the hour for time flown," he man's residence William Too. '

July 30 to embark on an laid mer Fertilizer Co. Is making Opens Monday

aerial-fogging program beginning The board openeo,bldsfortrie a 82,000 alteration to irmide,
with the coming fiscal district's annual supply of gasoline additional office space at Immokalee. .

year. As of October 1, the oil, LP gas, and foggingoil Swamp Buggy Days are draw-
district's size will jump from and awarded to the low FAUKAHArc ing near and so Is the annual

six to 115 square miles, and bidder In each case. s quest fora Swamp Buggy Queen.
the board determined that aerIal 16 years-old or older, to reign

control Is desirable to serve THE WINNERS Shake-Ups In over festivities during events of

the expanded district.Specifications Winning bids were submitted the two-day celebration.
and bid forms by Standard OUt diesel or!, r,', --- Sponsored by the Jaycee
9.91 cents a TexacoInc. State Democrat Wives, the Swamp Buggy Queen
for the aircraft, drawn up after gallon
the board's July action ., regular gasoline, 30.7 L contest, officially opens tomor-
were submitted to the State cents agallonjTroplgasSouth\ ( Circles Claimed row, Labor Day, and runs

Board of Health, and subsequently eastern Natural Gas), LP gas, lITlE" through October 23.

approved by that body. 12.9 cents a gallon and Sun MIAMI (AP.Reports .r u. Girl, of'eligible age who are

The board decided to adver- Oil, fogging oil, 21.94 cents. lated today that Hal don Burns 11a At II unmarried must have sponsor
tise in some aircraft trade Troplgas was the only bidder has taken control of the national' I LOT to enter the contest Those Interested
Journals, and to send out bid for LP ill.Acting Democratic campaign in Flon. ,, In vying for the title

forms to prospective bidders, on a suggestion by da. Burns says the only jmpalgn <, !ill ; of Swamp Buggy (Jueen of 1964,
he's Is his drive : as well as would-be sponsors
as well as advertise in this Troplgas representative Bll running o'' ,.. ,
newspaper Cornell, the board agreed to for governor are asked to contact Mrs.

It has been estimated that a ask for a two-year contract In the Democratic camp, two Thelma Nudges at MI 3-4647.

. I' J2d,000: Investment will be rewind Instead of the normal one year, facts were clean 1 Don Pet,* a Last year a queen was Miss
In buying the plane, putting from Tropigas to provide liquid It, 42.year.ol former nevspa. Tommie Dee Kirk of Coodland,
b In top-flight condition, propane gas at the 12.9 penman who was serving as --- and she was sponsored by' the

and convening It to use as a cent rate. Cornell said the state coordinator for the nation. ADDING her name to the petition to tav th'1 Fnkahatchee Strand for Peter Pan Day Nursery of Na-

mosqulto-fogger. Provision School Board had drawn up a al ticket prior to the nationalconventtpn ban. a public' nark u Mm Randolph M Fuller (r) Its Mis. Susan Anderson ples.Twenty-s even contestants
was no longer from :
such an expenditure has been two-year contract with Tro cling those, reiponslbllltles; and looks on The effort to save the abased! is n state wide project of the were entered andCollUrCounty in the contest last

made by mosquito district director plans because the current price 2 Elliott Roosevelt, arrlr." Junior Woman's Clubs Yesterday the local unit s'!t up n tail. at the >,
Brandt Watson In the Is "rock bottom" the lowest elected national committeeman, Sunslnne !Supiex Market seeking siirnatui from Collier Countlans. yea.r

fiscal 196465 budget. It has ever been. was playing a large role. (NEWS photo)

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2 COLLIER/ COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. Fl... Sund.y Sip'.mbtr o, [If'Rodeo.

. Mounts Over
(Continued from page 1) Suspense

lee; Wendell Cooper, Belle
Georgia Jury Acquits Glade; WlllUm Crum Plant

City; Dave Dungan, Zephyr- Auto Workers' Deadlock
hills Richard
; Lovering, LakeLand

Two Of ; Larry Matthews, Lakeland -oar*"i''pr cars from sz.oos
Killing Negro David Torres NEW YORK (AP) the pro
; Zephyr- pense mounted during the week vlous week and 66,949 a roar
hills; V.L. Underhlll, Okeechobee 1 with Chrysler Corp. and the 1 ago

DANIELSV1LLE, Ga. (AP) Penn tree killed July 11 by. and R.L. Whldden, Okee- United Auto Workers dead Steel production posted Us
Two white men have been acquitted shotgun blast fired from a' chobee. lccked over a new labor con.i fourth consecutive weekly

In the night-rider slayIng ;leasing rare Penn, an, Army' Bull Rtdtng--Don Boyd, Arcadia r tract. going to 2,414,000 tons duiC
of Washington, D.C., Negro Reserve lieutenant colonel, and ; Robert Momsdeoca, 'T At the same time the threat of the week, up nearly 1 per cent
educator Lemuel Penn. Howev. two other Negro offii ere;' wren | Moore Haven; Joe Stokes, Lake a railroad strike was defernxi. from the previous week
er, they still face federal <'on. t tout home to Waslhtnrtun n! ,Wales; Paul Smith, Brademon: ; Next Wednesday is the deadline ,i Demand for steel from the

sptrary charges under the. paw' flonv reserve duty at Ft, BannW ,Cecil Tatum, Zephyrhllls; for agreement or strike m i automakers continued high; ,
civil rights law. Ga. v Jackie Williams, Utuchula the Chrysler-UAW negotiations. Steel Industry sources said indi.

Joseph Howard; .$IQ\4, 41 herd t 'Tbe,..$tate contended the kill. Ronald Young, Bradenton; Evan; ,.... 'Tr1 So far there has been little If i cations were that a strike threat
Cecil William Myers 25 would not deter the
wis auto
lug a senseless deed; Connell Fort any progress compa.
the verdict Fr day 'night/ ,after a Sims and Myers wIN)' remainIn i Myers; A 3y union picked Chrysler as nles from building up Invento.
jun of white men Deliberated Moore Haven; MlUs Its v/.. I torirat. That means rles.
slightly more than three hours rllStody'ot sheriff until the Madison they can County be.1 Luke, Felda; Ruhl Miller, th"it it-thri"is no agreement a in the first seven months of

A gasp and murmur arose turned over to federal officers. Wauchula; Zorla McClenlthan, Ar.. tti& strike will be called against this year, the sensitive econom.
from relatives and friends. Both are under bonds of $25,000.' Immokalee; Ernest McClenl Chrysler. But General Motors Ic barometer new machine
Superior Court Judge Cary Prosecutor Jeff ,' than, Immokalee; Ronnie RautersonlinmokaleeRaySptrks- Corp. and Ford Motor Co. will tool orders totaled $851.I mil.

Skelton rapped for order. a.tlves warned the jury that Wayne If the| ; ; be able to go on turning out 1965 lion, up 66 per cent from the like
of the two men wept. Sims killing was condoned 'Human Immokalee; Jackie Stroble, Ar- models period of 1963.
and Myers hugged their wives. cadla V.L. Underhlll Okee- Chrysler negotiators sang The nation's unemployment
life has less value than a box of ; ,
They were surrounded by well snuff" chobee; W11 ford Underhlll. Im- '! : "Happy Birthday" to UAW rate rose In August to 5.1 per
wishers 11. .. .. .... President Walter P. Reuther but cent of the labor force from 4.
Sims and Myers, whom the Hudson, the defense attorney,{ mokalee; Clarence Walker, _r.r_ ,1'. ,,, :t'__" __ they didn't come up with the per cent in July because 9
FBI Identified as Ku Klux lapsing Into the vernacular of I Moore Haven and Dan Walker, "H" "" _....... '. the Labor said ,
present he was looking for a Department :
Klansmen, still fare federal the region, appealed to the jury 1m moka lee.Bareback. BERT CALDECOTT, "the kangaroo' cartmaster at 'Big Cypress sweetened offer. sistent unemploj'ment, of per.
charges of conspiring to Injure, composed mostly of farmers Riding .. Buddy The automakers contendedthat teenagers among)[ :1

oppress, threaten and intimidate and laborers) "You can't' after Boyd, Fort Myers; Don Brown, Man From 'Down Under' their original offer of a pas
Penn and two'companlons. you electrocute them and 1 Arcadia; William Crum Plant raise of IS to 36 cents an hour,
these children ain't got no.' .City Jlinmle Jonee. Coral Gables earlier retirement and 1m.
come bark and -
I I you wonder If they did It." sac--. ; Don O'KellyWinter Haven proved fringe benefits was the Road DepartmentIn

I -; I :: I 11 Sims has eight children and ; Short RlchburgDa1eCltYJCiary Big Cypress CartmasterHas best they had ever made. The
union said It was completely
,.., ,.$. ...... .. .,....... J- wife Myers Is Is expecting.the father of 3, and his 'Touchton Sefton, Winter, Lake Haven Wales;; Gay Joe unacceptable In view of the New Row With'
compan>" record profits.
Weingart, Miami, Larry Wood,
There were rumors that
Coral Gables; Ralph Green Wheels On enough progress was being State Auditor
Florida Youths Moore Haven Willis Luke His FeetBY
; made In negotiations so that TALLAHASSEE (AP)_,\i ,M
Felda; Wilford Underhlll Im- President Johnson could an. $5 million loan ol se< mtai'

Held For MurderAt mokale"; R.L. Whldden. Okee- SAM ENGLANDBert of that. Air Fore, Col. A.N., where one daughter, Mrs. K.R. flounce a settlement when lie hlelma\ money has tOI1\'IIt I >'d i ,,,1/:!/
Atlantic City chobee and Don Boyd, Arcadia. Caldecott, sometimes Thon and Marine Sergeant K.R. Montross resided i Montross Is opens his election campaignwith another evlunee between i I'' "
ClownsEddie Campbell, called "the kangaroo" by his Montross U.S. Service men su! an electrical< engineer In Pough- a Labor Day rally In Detroit. state auditor and the St.itr\ H,;,I:l i
MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) Immokalee and William Crum, friends, Is the genial cartmasterat tloned In New Zealand, begarcall1n i keepsle.Caldecott. Department
Murder charges have been Plant City. Big Cypress Coif and Country ( on his two daughters became a furniture Reuther said there was "no The IN'nlllt"I'hlghwa! \ nue '
'lodged against two Florida Steer Decorating -. Gene club. He comes from "Oak. Things went well for the suitors salesman But In 1933 his wife foundation In fact" to such spec \ li! spent' by munties, 1'1". .,
HOLLAND youths following the death of a (Carter Immokalee William lund" which turns out to be and Caldecott's two daugl,., died and he "retired" and moved ulation. state, alone ran upend i (in,' > II
56.year.old Baltimore, Md., man ; Auckland-when you take the burr tern became brides of the ser to North Miami. The threat of a strike by 11 mar)' fund.
SALLEYINC. who was beaten and robbed at Crum, Plant City; Dave Dun- out of his 'l>IIech.. a rlty In the vice men, and when the war wa
Atlantic City Racetrack on Aug. I gan, Zephyrhlllsj Bobby Flint; down under country of New Zea over both came to the United I I ahead for the man with the scheduled for Sept. 6 was avert months ended. June,/ I I I I'm I:
11. Fort Myers; Boby Joe Redding land.It States. "burrrr." Caldecott met Char. ed when a special presidential State Auditor Earnest Ellison
,911ttt0R9 Paul David Kelly, 18, of MI. Wauchula; Ronnie Flint, Fort took a war to ret Calde. A desire to see the da ugh. He Grant, presently the gulf pro emergency board took over. The noted that the 10,11mJp\ ,! 01111.
ami, and Christopher Burke Myers; Charles Relnholt, Fort cott to the United States. In ters, or just plain wanderlust: at the Hale-ln-the-Wsll Golf Club, group will report its findings to tug the Collins ,\dminlsti.itlim.,
850 5th AVI, S Robson, 10, of Hallandale, are Myers; Kllm Bell, Clewlston; fart, two World Wars and two possessed the Caldecotts, for and joined his staff, and be. President Johnson on Sept. 18. had not lx>en repaid.<
NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture being held without bail in At. Steve Bronson, Moore Haven; American soldiers have playeda In 1948 they packed up and wentto : came the first cartnuster at The upsetting possibility of an The iep.ijnieiit' lantlc County jail her*. Tommy Bronson,Moore Haven; major role in the life of the England A vear later they the Mole.ln4he.Wall. He also automobile strike. came at a been liiiaiued fiom" lice 111111,11'
They are accused of beating 73.year-old cartmaster. came to the United States and I assisted Grant at the Barring. usually optimistic time for bust. road fund'I, the reircitsald.
Edwin Kane 56 of Baltmore Gus Cannon, Fort Myers;Ralph Life began for him In settled in Poughkeepsle. ness Labor
England N.Y.. ton !Hills country Club) near Chi. Day. This holiday In rebuttal, Road; Bon I
and robbing him of $100. Green Moore Haven; Jimmy where he was born, but at an1 sago is almost another New Year's Chairman John Phillips sml it

Rugs, State police said Kelly told Hull, Felda; Johnnie McDaniel early age his parents migrated In 1962 Isabella Richardson Day for business, a date denote had not !been puitUable t to re.
them he was AWOL from the Fort Myers; Ken McLeod;Wau- to New Zealand. There Calde. became Mrs Caldecott. Late In log the end of the summer slack pay the money
Gifts, Accessoriesand Navy. He had been assigned to chula;Ronnie Redding Wauchula cott attended school, grew up Barry To Visit the same year 'the kangaroo" season and advent of the livelier

the USS Tanner docked at the ; Delmar Rimes, Immokalee; and enlisted In the New Zealand shifted his headquarters as cart. fall period.

Objets d'art Brooklyn, N.Y., Navy Yard, Buddy Sheppard, Moore Haven; Mounted Rifles at the outbreak Tampa St. Pete master to Big Cypress Golf and This year, however, the sum.
not to be foundelsewhere they said. Roland Skipper, Fort Myers; of World War I. He saw al. Country Club when It opened. mer doldrums were not as pro.
Rosh Hashanah
most five years of service nounced as usual.
most. ,
The Caldecotts live Inthe Genl.
Carl Alvarez
Fort I
Myers;Kayo ly in Egypt and Palestine. September 15 Lee Trailer Court. On this subject, the First National .
Wells Arcadia
Arlln New Year
; Taylor, There
was a break In his war The other daughter, Mrs. A.N. City Bank of New York ,
I e Plant City, and Andy Williams, service which took him to Eng. TAMPA (AP) Republican Thon lives In Madison, 1ml., commented: "During July and Commences Today
$12,400 ComingTo Fort Myers. land In 1915 which led to mar. Presidential nominee Barry where her husband Is a school August further expansion in the .

visit our furnished model rlage. Goldwater will visit Florida principal U.S. economy created a broad NEW YORK (AP) JLMS
County From Sept. 15 for afternoon campaign base for substantial Increases in throughout the world [sather at
apartments at Gulf Tow. LONGED TO RETURN
era Carriage Club, and La Fidel To Combine When the appearance in Orlando. Tampa the normally active fall months. sunset Sunday to observe lie I i
Cigarette Tax war was over he went
and St Petersburg. The vacation time letdown was Hashanah
Tour Blrag the start Weather
back to
England, but longed for Review
State GOP Chairman less than usual this Jewish
Cigarette tax collections for Tom summer. new year, 5725.
School With his native New Zealand and
the month of July 1964 amountedto Prep 'returned therein .,. Fairfield Brown said Friday the "The seasonallyadjusted gain: The observance In synaf,",'w-
1921. 'be.
MEMBER OF $12,400.32 for Collier County. details of the Arizona Senator's Mix.lin.. Rain in Industrial production was opening with the tradill,,"J
Naples will get $12,146.11 and Military ServiceMIAMI came an employee in a. 'chemical ''visit have not been worked out. AUK./ 29 92 78 000AUK. widely distributed. In July, the wal of rams' horns mini.
AMERICAN factory In Auckland
INSTITUTEOF Everglades will receive $34 .21. set. "The present schedule calls / 30 93 75 0,11 backlog of nrders on the books duces the 10-day lilgh hands
tied down
as a family man rats
The report by Richard B.Keat. (AP- Military serv. ing two daughters. It looked, likea for him to make slops at the Or. Au/*. 31 91 73 0.00 of durable goods manufacturers period of penitence that i'ml
INTERIOR DESIGNERS lag, director of the State ice and pre.unlverslty training: ? settled future for him and his lando and Tampa airports and Sept. 1 91 73 000 rose sharply to record levels. with Yom Kippur. That da ,,
Beverage Department, revealed will be combined for Cuban family then to travel by motorcade Sept. 2 92 72 0.42 Rt'tallsales set new records" Sept 16, is for fa&tim, acid
that net collections for the month youths who wish to continue In But World War n changed all from Tampa to St. Petersburg," Sept. 3 90 73 061 With plants getting Into full atonement
over the state school Brown said. "It is most likely production of 19C5 models, auto The Jewish
amounted to i it was announced by Sept 4 89 71 new year I U a
$4,000,492.44. Of this amount Prime Minister Fidel Castro. 'that Sen. Goldwater will sneak Date ,, 1.01 output during the week climbed period of prayerful self exami
$1,600,322.70 will go to the stateeneral Castro told a Havana audl. at both the airports and pt'rhaps. tupplitd by Cinbbtin Qtrdtn to an estimated 126,900 passen. nation.

( revenue fund and the re.malnlng .> ence of graduate education Cars Collide In make a major address at AI -
VVAPLES $3,300,169.74 will be teachers Friday night "This Lang Field in St. Petersburg." I '

distributed to qualified munlclpa.lltles. .> solution will cut short the worry Parking Lot HereWhen Brown said the details will be
1 t tEATRE (the youths and their) families." worked out by the Republican
He apparently referred to a Rev. Harold E. Jonesof State Executive Committee : :
. FOR recent announcement by Ha. St. Petersburg backed his car within the next few days.
,-J I TENDER LOVING vana radio that 16-year-olds 'out of Its parking place at Combs The state chairman said he r
must register tor military serv. J Fish Market Friday afternoon hopes Goldwater will return to 9T
Period Of Ice to start at age 17. W.L. Poyer, 3612 Croton Street, Florida later for other cam.
SErTEMIER Nh THRU In a 75-minute speech heard I{Naples, was coming down the paign appearances, William Mil.
SEPTEMBER 12M| .. In Miami- over the Havana Radio hl1oft\ of the Trail and was ler, Goldwater's running mate, '
SUNMON.rUEStimMBEN Castro said, "We are going :J unable to stop his car In time is expected to "make several
to open military training cen. to avoid hitting the Jones car. appearance in the ( tat e,"
tars (for youths) as soon as they Damage was estimated at $85 Brown said.
I I IIARNI NURSING HOMESEMIPRIVATE finish i elementary school. IIni. ;to: Foyer's car and at $60 to He added that it Is possible r

There will be centers of the: Jones car. No one was in. former President Dwight Elsen.
[ ] ROOMS military t r a I n 1 n g and stud. :lured and no arrests were made. hower and former vice presi. :
LOW AS $25 WEEKLY The investigation for the dent Richard Nixon
lea will follow. In this way, the' Naples will also vi. .
JEANMNIilfltt I Contact Mr.. K.ll.r, It, N military obligation will be satis. 'police was made by Sgt. Robert sit Florida on behalf of the na-
5400 Macoit loultvordIrgi fled" 'Alexander tional GOP ticket.

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Iuu.laaslwur. ices .Mhvf.. ills Ml 2.2f1iI: of the glflnd prize in the "nul\ |1.III'IIma"
H"lrle .....: ANYONE men by the Naples Jaycees ; "P""soii.l mid-sum-
: at liiooksidu
of Pain 1 1 Lakl i '1'1'11111'i COlllt Uo\\| was Jlowaid! L Kollis
To but our AComrt t, The l'l\nd
f acre tract in Gold-n Gat' Estates at"l800" more a one
PriceSlashing t Gulf Aniencan Land \alucd presented by the
Coipoiation. ,
1- YcMciilay the v\ ai' 'anty deed and
t e j jfuai-aiu.-o tree
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Looking on from left ill" : C, E. papers.)
Only Paul Abraharmo,, ':.ookside\ Boil Jung, maiiairinK rlir.. t/i- fur crv ;
;; George Pittman
chairman of the
event for the Jaycees
; and Mrs. Aldia
SUN.MON A. Follu. (NEWS photo)

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} Beautifully lorstrd In the Brach area, thin home I II y
OUR LAST FEW 'U truly an outMindmg buy. It's completely furnished, 1 White House was Grover
1IA\E GOT quit comfortably and often three Urge bedrooms The Cleveland. He married during Ms
ACOMETS. . two tile balha, nice \\i\\ng\ room with pirioux dining I first term In office In is"
room separate, and l large kitchen. The yard U Atliehtfiil :t
lth numrrouii fruit bearing citrus bees, and I
, SO OUR LOSS i I. YOUR Gin . berauoe an aviKidrt tree now hurln,. Nell and sprinkler eye. *:
"*'" got to make room for the (3's lent are also Included to make care for thin lonely yard 7/: ((10m an tic look MOVING TO FLORIDA?
III" coming In These (4's ra.>, This hou. also hal carport and utility room,
soon. remaining
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i fl. 5".,,".)',, "."'.mb"., r 1'1 3
Hospital Report

T'7 IIlctz -
W>.Martha Forrester, PaulI l'd s

-\\tIlMona KyedDavidWeeks,
.s. i Ma/zocchl.. '
>a..5arah,} Kern, Howard oJLeot.J
re.tu. ,ton T.
i..?-Aleendro] cocay.Sher. !
illt.lllnon! Martha Wright.
5.:! .Michael Alderman, Leo dRTI\
t I 11'1'11.' mill Griffin, InetI
lilt. I tile, Mildred Daniels. Ry : : :i
art '--'<..Lur\ Hall, Verna Burns,
M ,"i Mason ea.l _
tt e p pt.e.J v Marli Salinas, James }T
Lam Loretta Martin..31..Carol Foreign travel has filled the summer for some of

dl.Pot. ).; Crane, Robert Kin. our lucky college students, ,

la"i Curt Kayser, Doris Nichols.K Last June Kate Wilson flew over to London, and
pa.to ,'ben t Matthews
Bonnie Reilly,
\ if- Marta Rlos, Elizabeth Day, Cas. after awhile there pined Emily Barnes in Paris Together }t '

oftn. I E'Ickl'> James DeVogt. the girls toured Germany Portugal and Spa'm,' They sep

yJ-Kuren Payne,Julia Arnold, arated m Madrid. Kate spent some time In Lisbon andis
Ii James Relnhart, Henry Gilyard,
toe Maria Glnolfl, Gladys Reed. now back in Naples giving her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

ii. Ralph Wilson a first hand account of her travels. i.I .

ice 1 8.25 DISCHARGES) Towards the end of the month! Mrs. Wilson will
s Hunter Henry, Verna
Iter Burns, Zora Walker and baby boy, drive Kate to Washington D,C, where she will resume
t< Olive Goldie and b by boy.Louise her studies at tha American University
1,9 Gaede, Addle Schuck, Willie Me.
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ddr. Swain All l last year Emily studied at the University of Stockholm

NEW TEACHERS Pictured from left are Bruce Bi 'Tuian/ Bonnie 8.2G.Paul Fussell, Victor Er. and enjoyed, many Interesting side trips. Just
Brooks and Raymond Upton the three ncu teachcis of tin D'TirladtsHiRh day, June Harris, Martha Torres
before Kate she had the of
School. Mr. Bierman is the bo> s' coach, Miss lirouk. is home ter and baby boy.8.27..l'allcy meeting rare experience
economics teacher and girls' coach Mr l pin is English:: motructor.Y McCutcheonDavid visiting in East Berlin After leaving Madrid for New I 3ro
Weeks, Shirley Maztocchl and York, Emily saw relatives In Virginia' then c me on to ,
baby boy, Margaret Thomas.8.211ch..rll f
-.. two-week vacation before look- ; Rr.nnnnOscar Naples to be with her mother, Mrs, Missy Craig, before

.NefDs Ing for employment In this area. Nichols- Leila Canant-;; ; ; Fannie; going to the University of Wyoming. I Ir', i S a.

h'r Everglades SCHOOL BELLS Wlnbush Madenberj., Rose Perry, Rebecca In the meantime there has been quite a family

Weldon Mrs. Catherine Tye and 8-29-Mlchael AldermanChar. gathering at Mrs. Craig's. Lanthe Barnes and her guest h --

. ... By Juanlta children returned home last les Cray, Mary Brantley,Ther. Judith Rosa, of Chicago, have been here for 10 days. MIIl.SF.pTnrnER'Efnl\. ; i- (III.' I hill..:.. I "r
,-: -- weekend Just In time for Tom- esa Vojir, Flla Ramirez, Dou. They all went to Vero Beach for last weekend. Gloria June11'alkerof, Fern Sf'I'! t 1 L M t \ 4
Greetings and adios I This my to begin school on time. fUs Jones, Mabel George a wedding and Raymond Ilollu-rt Ilnnuit -itt!. MM. i 1' ..I i '\
will be my last column. The '" Lee had arrived around the 8.3CUMlldred Daniels, Phyl. Lanthe and Judith continued to Richmond, ya", where Elva McOlono of Portland.\ Ohm, 'J 1 In. < i
run't u
column Is being taken over ..... -- middle of the month to make Us Griffin and baby girl, Inez they both do fashion work for a leading department store. of their daughteras\ nnnoutu i'il In M1 anil tt..,

Blllle by( a very capable person, Mrs. preparations for the openingof LJnville.8.31..Martha Wright, Mabelle The others |fame bock here. and Were acjcprrtpanied \'1'1'111I.l'\ \ Wnlker., The bndc-i", 1 1. .1 tl"roll.I1, '\
Smith. She
has corres school. During the sum- ,| and 1'1t'1IIIlth\ School and 11 Ir. llammc ,d 11,1, ,
ponded for the Fort Marla Salinas and baby girl, by Mrs. Craig's brother and iister-ln-aw, Mr Mrs. ittti n
Myers News mer months Lee did post graduate Mildred Hall and baby boy. has schools( in Poitl.tnd. Ohio lie in the son ul. i II ,
Avalon Marchant of Darien Conn. John Barnes been
Press and has done feature ,
articles work at the Eastern State
9J.. Maria Rios, late James Hammond and is l lby .
Casey Flckey, \ currently 1'1111,1"! | > < "
for that and other pub Teacher's Richmond. home and working all He will probably returnto
r college Loretta Marlin summer. .
local '
n rOlltml'fOI'. ( \1 tlteie Studm' pi' "t '
lications. I'm sure she will ,, Catherine, her sister Mrs T.C, BIRTHS college In the fall. ,
do a very good Job for our Sherwood and went 8.25..Mr. I ...
., daughter and Mrs. Hugh Bruce Kerry McCauley also had an Interesting Isummer ina tram 'ussrructtt\ lr '. : a
I Everglades area, especially If on a three week tour of Europe. Charles Forrester, baby boy.
u you will cooperate by giving hera Since they had to leave from 8.25-Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pet. foreign country. She stayed at El Atascadero; in Guadalajara .it

call whenever you do any . New York, they went a little er Mazzocchl, baby boy. Mexico. Although she was there as a *tudent she MARCC
thing, go someplace or have and took In the World's 8.28-Mr. and Mrs GlynnGrif
early also had time to travel to such places as San Miguel,
company Let's all keep Everglades Fair. fin, baby girl.!, Guanajuato, and the beautiful Lake Chapala J Kerry NEWS PY DIANI ,I. ,
In the NEWSI! : Dot and Glenn Smallwood and Mrs. Shelley \ grfq.
Hall, baby back Florida State University. I ., ..-..... --
The three local churches ..,. spent last weekend in Bartow boy. is now at I Community, Baptist, and with their son Sherod and family Salinas 8.3U baby Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Speaking of foreign travel, the John Binghams' left The children here ire having lower all-oyall'dln 1 I '
Church of God, sponsored a EDNA SMITH 9J- Mr. and Mrs. William Port Everglades paturday, for Porfugal.jand l several 1 week* a good time digging throughthe matte An rmru' 'i'nry !M III
reception for the teachers last Molse and Lovlda Smith visited O'Dell Arnold, baby girl. In Europe. ' I 1 shell mound for Indian relics school when d 101,,, ning'! ,I
Monday night In the Community Nursing. The class of 44 StUdents with their parents, Mrs. 9d-Mr. and Mrs. Hulet Mln. on the "Old Marco VII- surteil ,i liiiI '.
Church annex. Around 50 received their diplomas, Roland Smith, and Mr.and Mrs. or Reed, baby girl.School Thursday, Mrs. Fred l, grew'w from, Nw Yorkto |age" propertywhere the com- I 1.111)i ) MMnuck I ch.uq'

persons were present. graduate caps and nursing pins Leslie Thompson, last Sunday. Amsterdam, Holland, to join a touring Germany, pany that is laying the water c cxplain I ) 111, > II I r

Last Saturday the annual Rob in the Wolfson Auditorium of Mrs. Dean Almond Is presently Italy, Spain and Portugal), ending In Paris Ocober, 15th. line has been digging derp tl't'n- the pinrtiliiu\ II oppiin' '

Morris dinner was held In the the Mt. Sinai Hospital. This employed by Paul LeesIn MenusThe She is especially looking forward to several 1 days in Rome, ches for the pt e. Some piecesof \i... .u ill I "wade I II t
Masonic Lodge. The covered climaxed a 12 month course his real estate office. She pottery have been found and! bchoDl, Ihr 1 1 l "..d.I Ml '.
dish supper honored the mas- of practical nurse's trainingwith replaces Anne Brown who hadto menu for Sea Gate Elementary which she has "missed" pn t three previous trips abrpad. also, backbone and glass. Stephens, had lie ml

ter masons and was held for eight months hospital ex- resume her schooling this School for the coming Mrs. Gibson plans two weeks In London before returning! The first landscaping is taking 10 cut I hey I II.IUd<1 111.1" ,

the first time In the recently perience. This school Is accredited month. week to the Bahama Club. place on "Old Marco Vil- '10 Naples win' u 11eh,1,i iIn
completed lodge building. All by Florida State Board Tuesday Hamburgers with I'I'' lage. Coconut trees are being ,two ilclu- > alit In
previous dinners had been heldat of Nursing Veterans Administration NEW ARRIVAL pickles, potato chips, buttered CAME HOME EARLY planted on the property. 1 Die IMIm,! lilt, I'' II "'i

different places In town. and National Assocla- Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Ivan corn Wednesday, Ice cream, milk.Cowboy stew Didn' expect the Carl! Devises back for another, week Fresh water Is expected to inleHaillt'Ml I 'r.eutSttS, I ,
Approximately members and tlonal Hospital Accreditation (Buddy) Smith,J r. are the proud lettuce salad, fruit cobbler, or two, bu caugVit a glimpse of them blaylng Golf, Seems be on Marco by November. We is 36 pet < tin! it vc'.I' i S
guests were present. Mrs. The Ladles Auxiliary of the parents of a baby daughter, bread, butter and milk. ( have needed this water for avery enrolliin in, Wilt, iepn "
Alice Hill, president, presided hospital gave a banquet at the born August 25th In Lee Memorial Thursday Peanut butter and they loved every minute In England and Scotland, but long time. a ihlrd ',..ad, 1 i n tlir inmm .',' ,

over the meeting. Mrs. Carillon Hotel August 25th tn Hospital. Monica Marie jelly sandwich, green beans.plne. ran into poor weather and accommodations In'' Jrelandso ? Congratulations: goto William, ,
Opal Dukes, chaplain, led In honor of the graduates.The weighed in at 5 pounds, 10 apple and cheese salad, tapioca came on home. Cook, a long time Marco resident Natliin' ( i r..,i i i I. I.' i -

prayer. students enjoyed a class ounces. Maternal grandparentsare pudding and milk. AI Ghirardi writes from Venice of ,the wonderful time who celebrated his 80th Clpdlol I 01 i ," 1.., 1 11'111
and Friday.. Tuna and noodle cat.ierole birthday 31, Cook and acln" Iii II'' ,
Edna Smith was graduated trip to Bimini aboard the OrangeSun Mr. Mrs. Cecil Drakeof Venice August Mr. n I ,
he had the Greek Islands. He waS for the
English peas, celery and on was visited his sixth, idariotlic 1., ., .
Saturday, August 29th, from earlier In the month. Everglades. Paternal'grandparents by son-in-law, 'i'i:1.1 1' I Iv' :,
Mt. Sinai Hospital School oft Mrs. Smith Is home for ar"'I1" are Mr. and Mrs. Le- carrot sticks, cookies, bread, famous Biennale, International Art Exhibit, which he says Junes Noble, and grandson i 'i iSCCOInl ', \ I. ,lei..
muel Ivan Smith, Sr. of Everglades butter and milk. takes two full days to see all of it. Next, Mr. Ghirardi Philip Mrs. Nohle was unableto
'#'#" '" " 11",11," 11"11" " '# The menu for the week at attends electronics conventions In Milan and London, after come at this time as she U (.Olll'l,:l .IlllMl 'I.. r ,, 111' ,
Louvenla Drake visiting her In Philadelphia .. h.ur I'' I Ihr. "
t has been daughter i I
Shadowlawn School which he plans to spend the rest of tin the
I/1r3in1CT s staying In Fort Myers this past September who has just undergone III hldllh "I.,,., I. 0w'III""
Tuesday Chicken and noodles
week helping her daughter Gall British Isles. surgery. Mr. Noble haa just parent ,, 'ill' a I I <.I I I s01.I,. S
"at-the-cove" with baby Monica. She Is expected ,butter squash cookies., tossed salad, peanut Mr. and Mrs. John Pulling have also been, out of retired from 20 years In the Nan- Inn.i 111\, 'n'\ JI"" ,

back this weekend with the country. They spent several weeks at a lodge in Navy, and expects to make his hroi hi...
Beans and ham
JUST ARRIVED Wednesday) home . ,
In Fort I
the new mother and daughter, Myers. CoIplll'' I Y
kale, coleslaw, pudding, corn- Canada, north pf Parry Sound. For Mrs. Pulling, the ,
who will be visiting over the made a 1 1 1 Ip;' I "I. ) Vti.
1965 weekend. bread. highlight of the' trip was attending the Shakespeare Festival DIG EAGLE (further r\,a/ 'it'' 'ti j

Our "hermit," Rob Roy Oz- Thursday Hamburgers, at Stratford, Ontario. One eagle was seen back at since 111completed., "I' I I, I nm lid..
LINEN CALENDER TOWELSCrayton mer, Is back home again on sliced tomatoes, potato sticks, Mrs. Barbara Benjamin drove Over from Buffalo, the nest. It flew over the school Hi ,pal, '
beans Ice
"Little Hog" Key after spend- green cream.FrldaytMacaronl yard twice and Is said to be a well enough '" \\I, lulling .
Cove Bldg. MI 23849f and cheese, N. Y., to join Mrs. Pulling, Mrs. Benjamin Is the daughterof ,,
ing several days visiting his very large one, I hope with w Iur veryllLn' > '
broccoli, creamed corn, Mr. and Mrs. Ravmond Jones. of Naples and Buffalo.
v sister In Atlanta, Ga., and his pear' 111 ',ie work that Is going on work out! wti.i. ccon i
son Robert and family in Er- halves. This weekend Judge and Mrs. Harold Smith Ore In around the tree where the nest him on his tilp Wd i

win, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. with their son Speedy whd is enteringthe Is, that It will not leave altogether Dewey Robinson
SUMMER PERMANENT SPECIALS Mr. and Mrs. Rob Thompson CARD OF THANKS for The eagle Is a great
Guaranteed We cannot find words to truly Baylor Boys.
had Larry Pate visiting with tourist attraction and Is very
From 110 up them this past week Larry express our deep appreciation to Bill Boyd also goes to school; in Chattan>oga. He is beautiful to fee and watch Another (;JirJ

) Including $2} Permanent Wave for is Rob's grandson, who gra- the many people who so thought in his third year at McCallie School; for Boys. Bill's father, The Community Parent
fully and kindly helped us tobear For The
$12.50 duated from high school in Pakistan the recent tragedy which took the Coleman Boyd, is an alumnus of McCallie. Teachers Group of Marco Island LaylonsA
Th... ...,,,,. .nti Include Body Hair Cut last spring. When he returned met at Tommie tiarfleid baby girl I IJ
.. Conditioner, Shimpoo. .nd Hair Styling life of our son and brother. Our Also carrying on family tradition Ore Gregg and j, Chris wltrhln> ; 7 ,I' "
,.. to the United States sincere thanks to all. So many Elementary School Thursday 1 ounce, was burn Krklj > MI,
Mr. Will. I. bark from vacation, specializing in regular he stayed with his grandfatherin helped in so many ways we can. Tracy, who attend the Cranbrook School for! Boys? from afternoon at, 2 p.m. This Is and Mrs. Lu, in.' I I. i .1 i t
hair Rtrlfi and High Fashion hair itylei. Bonifay. Before he resumes not name everyone. but to all, which their f father, William G. Tracy was graduated Sep. the first meeting of the newly Nal.llls.. (' ,""" S, ,.1 1"1" II

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS his studies In a college In Alabama our heartfelt thanks, tember 16th Mr. Tracy and the boys leave 'Ito drive to formed group. In addition to The new i arttt,I. II 'a/neSl,I i I I
Mrs. Eloise Olskey and family the business Chlree Layl n tI" k..1 l III ".I> 'ier
he wanted to come to regular meeting,
the school in Bloomfield Hills Mich
; exact '.anie 0.<'1111 i 'i"t 5 t ,
ar Fifth A... S., Ph.n Ml f74teWMA Everglades to visit grandfa- I Joe Whitest!) of the County ,
the LdYII'I'' ti It" I child, M'','
God Cho- raEXCLUSIVE :
of the Church of on
ther Rob. En route back to CONGRATULATIONS I Agricultural Office spoke to Y. .
Layton when he
w. "'n
.. ./': . : .. ',. Bonifay he will stop by Jupi- koloskee announced the group Mr. and Mrs. Richard ( 'the birth ofa the parents about 411 activities three yeai ago:
?f. Wggeren'ooounce'
:{: t; : jlf.i.. :. y ter to visit his aunt and uncle will sponsor a spaghetti sup- The county nurse, Mrs. Wein- The Uit. rr> Ide at I. .J
Joane and Horace Parker and per next Saturday and on the baby boy born September 4 at Sarasota, hamed Paul stein, spoke on the Health Program Fifth Avenue, iv.rti;' ,

Money . Money family. 19th. Serving will commenceat Christopher. The little one checked In at Ipoynds\ 11 for (the school.

Lamar Thompson, leader of 5 p.m. and continue 'til ounces. Mrs. Wegert Is the former Anne ''Merrell, of Visitors at the Roger John You .11 i ,,,,.,,,t
Money the Young People's EndeavorOOOOOOGOOOGOO 7 p.m. Profit from these two Naples. sons were Mr and Mrs. Hallingsworth '- land I 1 Itlt1t.1 I ,to
":.. suppers will go into fixing up and their children, 'p.'n_ .,'f JUILO.
the pastor's study in the church Mrs. E, W Timberlake had a surprise bbnjs during Jerry and Vicky of Detroit,

'.r. : Get your low coat for Reverend Daniels. her recent travels. She drove north some weeks ago Mich.
:' Catherine Smallwood, a '63- with Mrs. Richard Brand then flew 'Ito City. The children at the TommUEtarfleld
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e 64 graduate of Everglades High Elementary School had
While there saw Mrs. Edwards (Mrs. Dan Langley't mother .
School left this week for Ten- first hand
; a view of how the
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I Something To Worry About .fI '

time to time it has
: F
? been my privilege to fly in
military aircraft while en

: ..f' route to speaking engagements
IF ..f for the Air Force, lee
I stood In the cockpit, watchinga
pilot "lock the plane in,
\; setting it on an automatic device s
The beam from the out
side became the guide for the
plane. It became standard for

_.. ONpfT the trip. But what happens if
; NS 1' someone tampers with the
standard, or deflects the
beam? ..

A few years ago a three. It is the faith of the Chi
panel cartoon showed a person tian that he is a free person>
while looking at
scowling but he is not here on his 1)\\\ '
the marker on the scales. So have to
values be
His Ian,r
this person got off, adjustedthe than just to win. He kn u.
lever and then smiled as
he tune in
that can to that
the lever registered
beam. He knows that he 1ln
pounds lighter. That's an easy understand the weights
Ate way to lose weight. But what So and,
measures patriotism
r standards of I
happens to our
not nationalism Loving
one \
weights and measures
'w'6 w" country does not mean that
with the lever?
has to hate ones
This is why we have to be neighbor
'l4 o Pride of heritage is
Sig; of not
(NEA Telephoto) .... i;> concerned in these days idolatry of ancestry, Lo\Ineone's :
$s2 permissive morality.
DAYTON DEATH CAR.Workers pull the car of Mrs Josephine Johnson, of Dayton The noteworthy Bishop of mean that grandparents one has to does Ignore not
I Ohio out of the Great Miami River where, unable to swim, she drowned in the sightof .Noolwlch wrote recently., another person's ancestry '
more than a dozen people. Despite her cries for help, no one moved to save her. My concern is that Christians
We hate been
In love as In war, should accustomedto
have the terrible freedom thinking that we could luck

Millions of Americans have been getting "involved" In the case of the "q '. with which God has endowedus our muddle plane In and This somehow. .
and should exercise It re. through. Mir Infatuation
shamed end puzzled by recent news woman who was drowned In the river sponsibly. They must decide can only result in

stories describing Instances where several But since when have good Americans YOUR' for themsehes, though this a kind of tampering with (the

people have died when persons to whom started this repugnant and strange habit Barry's Goal: Rebuild GOP " certainly does not mean that beam. We may think that lit
must decide their can by adjustingthe
they appealed for help refused it because of refusing help to those who need It Solidly from Precinct Up own they" on scales Thats been tried

they did not want "to get Involved regardless of the danger, inconvenience, LETTERS This is what the "hate before and it has worked-

." or whatever else Involved? -=- BY BRUCE BIOSSAT groups" in our country seem temporarily Hitler got allay

One of the most flagrant examples One can only be grateful and proud 4 Washington Correspondent DJFERNALMACHINE to concern miss.for They our nation proclaim Theyare a with with it It.. Others Mussolini will try.got allay

Involved In New York that there have been known instancesof 'i/ Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Editor, Collier County News:
a young woman no .tt While I write this, one of the' for patriotism which they In the end there is the t '
who was knifed to death by an attacker such despicable conduct In this area. Hatpin people's Infernal macho I Interpret as nationalism rible freedom to decide i,>1

while at least 50 neighbors looked on As a matter of fact, there have been two WASHINGTON Barry Goldwaters. necessary -dow. Its diesel droning Is loud| which they interpret as some own, So st. Paul d
from nearby windows. numerous times when just the oppositehas business of meeting the public.. The other is fascinated and incessant because, we are ethnic superiority \\e all Let love be : counsulist I '

The most recent instance was that of happened. Persons who have accidentally by the mechanics of organization politics Informed, the trench being due have to make decisions in what is evil, hold fast to thai
It would be a great mistake to ignore the latter while giving ; these matters, but these dcci which is love
the woman who lost control of her automobile driven into roadside canals In attention to the former. for the storm drainage pipe Rood: ; one another
sions have to be in terms of
would mi up with water If the with brotherly lou
and drove Into a river. As the car Collier County have received help from The testimony of political intimates is that Senator Gold machine was turned off at nigh, the wholes and not in frag outdo one another in shO\\11.
began to sink beneath the water the passersby even without the necessity of water regards the Republican party as having been decrepit, So I and other nearby rest menu in terms of eternal honor." That's keeping on th
organizationally, for a long time dents face the vclues and not in terms of beam. That's 11" I
unhappy prospectof weighing on "
woman, who could not swim, begged for asking for it Help has been given Instantly lie intends to do something about it, not Just for this elec many sleepless nights in th eON passing fancies. scales

help from a number of persons standingon and generously without any tion, not Just for the conservatives he represents, but for theparty's coming weeks, just to Insure a proper ,

the river bank, Not one of them wentto thought of getting "Involved." long pull no matter who is in the ascendancy. dry ditch The machine's pitch
Not that he thinks the conservative cause would suffer ina at their at motel QUICK I
varies constantly and Is virtual. expense a on QUIZ
her rescue Instead they stood by Imagine, if you can, how miserableand party rebuilding. On the contrary Goldwater is said to feel ly Impossible to become accus. the other end of town until they r TT ;
and watched her drown. Asked why ashamed those people must feel who that if the GOP had had solid organizational footing in years tomed to.Tired take away their machine and the Q-What is the weight Of i

they did nothing, they, too, said theydidn't refused to help the young New York past, it would have dared to nominate and could have elected people deserve some neighborhood Is rendered habl. tile Palomar' 200.inch telescope at Mt
conservative candidates for table again. CalipAThe
president long before he won peace and quiet at night, and
want "to get involved woman whose attacker came back twiceto party honors. they ought to be able to enjoy glass and alums ,
What In Heaven's name has happenedto finish the grisly job of knifing her to this peace and quiet at home Light Fleeper num mirror weighs 14'j' tons I'

people In this country? What Is so death. Surely they must sweat and HIS THEORY IS THAT REPUBLICANS went outside "nor.coal" Perhaps, as an alternative, Hat Naples, Fla. The mounting for the telescope .
conservative ranks to choose candidates like Wendell pin might offer to put me up tube weighs 500 tons
frightening about getting "Involved? cringe when they realize that they may Willkie and Gen. Dwight Elsenhower because their broad -- ---- -- ""
This sort of thing Is not In keeping someday find themselves In a similar appeal was needed to compensate for the party' organiza i

with characteristic American conduct. It position The others must be just as disgusted tional weakness. Historical
Goldwater wants a part); with the kind of precinct-level COLLIER COUNTY
Is something new and it is something with themselves. muscle and year-In,year-out attention to duty which the Democrats
shameful and degrading to all Americans. Reports of these nightmarish events are fabled for. lie sees no reason Democrats should be By KURT CRIESSHABER . AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

If there had been only one recorded should give American for allowed largely to preempt this field.
every pause
Given this Interest, his wholesale cleanout of the Repub
instance of cold-blooded refusal to aid thought. Would any Collier Countian lican National Committee was Inevitable. He is thinking of I

someone In danger that would not be refuse to help someone desperately need- how the committee ought to function in the long span after .

so shocking. But it has happened several Ing it? We cannot Imagine such a thing the election. .

times In just the past few months. happening much less believe It, For IT WAS PROBABLY INEVITABLE TOO, that the Gold-

And undoubtedly there are other instances this we are grateful. water people's eyes should fall favorably on a project nursed i n ,irtd an I

that have not been reported. Something must be done to preventa along for years by Raymond Humphreys, a veteran National
Committee organizer who has spent much time
It has not been made clear whether recurrence of these almost unbelievable advance the GOP southern fortunes.

these people who stood by and refused events If getting "involved" with the There Is no secret about Humphreys' project. lie Is estab

pleas for help because they did not want police or courts of law Is so frightening the lishing United Republican vote quotas for all 185,000 precincts in
States Quota. already
are printed the 50
"to get Involved" did so ((1)) because then some changes need to be made In states and the 3.072 counties, but they are not up yet fixed for

they feared the police; ((2)) because they these departments. something over half the precincts.

were afraid of the personal danger in- There Isn't much to be done about The targets selected are sufficiently large so that if fully f fI
met Goldwater
would win all fI
50 states Not even the I
volved; ((3)) because they cringed at the fear of physical hurt or harm (it wouldnot Goldwater optimist talks in those terms. But one committee greatest I

thought of possibly having to appear Ina be quite fair to call it cowardice) but officer sees great potential value In setting specific goals: ,

court as witnesses, which would require one can sincerely hope that not too many Tell a bunch of precinct workers to get out and help svl
their state J-
carry and that's one thing. Tell one-and then
a few hours of their time people suffer from It. another and another-to boost his precinct vote from 24 in

How any reason could be more Important Have Americans completely forgottenthe 1060 to 31 in 1964 and he has something to shoot at"

than saving the lives of several Golden Rule? Right now Humphrey., dashing about the country with
John Grenier the
National Committee' executive director
people Is difficult to Imagine Certainly Do unto others .1 I is selling his project hard to state leaders in a series of
there would have been little chance of regional meetings. %
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NEWS FROM "Did you ever realll take i look at what's under the hood?" TII1 OPq VNIO

1, Had measures
PRESS being F' O C A L S T A R
4che- 30 Brilliant
0f moon tropical bird E A T S FLY J A W

8. Mister 33 Second E R R L o V Z R 0

Ambassador WASHINGTON Maxwell(AP)D.-Taylor U.S. Hindu 34 Scientific 1 e C % P C C A Ft ate boo!( and maw sic opw1Yw'Ju
It 11, Corded study; abbr. ery
is expected to return next week f cloth 35 Overact H O N E D F A S T

from ultatlon South with Viet President Nam for John.con. U. Oxer again 36 Study of O t A R C A P T 1 0 11 .. RESEARCHING OLD ARCHIVESBy . J" . . .. .. . .
13, ,tow bird; nests 8 1 T C A M E O D A
( Air Moil Direct
of State From
son, Secretary Dean rIjll 14, Man 40 Creek Germany)
Rusk, Secretary of Defense L ,* 41 Compass S T E T PER n C P root verb In Saxon Is "helan,"
Robert S. McNamara and oth. 13 name Fish In point Recent trips around Europe trip. It was printed In Ger- meaning to bury conceal or
ers. elite sauce 42 Genus of SOLUTION Of YIITMOAY Mill have provided fascinating adventures man on goatskin sheets The cover. In old English the word
The ambassador had plannedto "i 17 Storm bluer shrubs as well as a numberof wood cut block letters were meant "grave"
come home last week to 19, Disclose 43 Also 3. Genus. or 8. Pollen hidden sec rets of early Florida quite legible. In proof, consider the word
attend to some personal affairs, 20 .\ndothrnI : 44 Establish 4.mole Collide rata bruih of a history. In most cases. Our hosts showed us gen helmet, a covering for the head
but his return was put off bee
political upheaval In South Viet by 1 I 1.111. 43 Martin 3. A net dew' 9. Computed dark Intrigue and atrocities In uine rare maps of Florida made "Helling an house" was covering
i 21. ,Ml)' 46 Depuili age 10 Peace royal chambers Is uncoveredand In the 16th Century. One was the roof. "Helling pota
Nam.WASHINGTON (AP) White ./ f'Z 24. ruder: DOWN Achieve goddess one wonders If It will make thus able to trace locations toes" meant bury them so the
House Press Secretary GeorgeE. 25. itlgued 1 Inscribes 7. Female 16, Master good reading for the public. mentioned In the diaries of frost would not get them In
Reedy described aa "ru. :l6. hurch: law 2 Charge with gas sheep 18 Obsolete Have visited antiquariansand Spanish explorers. The next winter. When Hamlet found

more" Friday reports of an ? a, railway rare book collectors In Lon- step was comparing the old the skull of his friend at the
alleged threat against President s I t I. r a S i r t// s t u 21. Scmeor don, Paris, AmsterdamBrus- charts with a modem Florida grave he said -- "0 hell,
Johnson during last week'i 'I r// first miracle sels, Munich, Nurnburg and map. There Is no longer any what have we here? Alas,
Democratic National Conven. II /: I, V// "q 22 Perfumer Stuttgart. The curators these doubt In my mind that Poncede 'tis poor Yorlck." It may
tlon at Atlantic City, N.J. i /. 23. Ernplo>'eet cities have been very helpfulby Leon's first landing and his shock some to be told that"hell"
In Austin Tex Democratic' Jf t IS 25. Preserves
/ I' take Kited:
National Committeeman Frank jI 26. Roman allowing us to good expedition took place originally meant grave.
Erwin. who had discussed the 11 "U i itateirnan long looks at the records.In off Estero and Sanlbel Islands The Hebrew word, Sheol
alleged plot in a speech to the 'I '// '// 27 Away from the last few years a remarkable and that the sacred Island of translated "hell," is used as"grave"
Austin Junior Chamber of Com. 11- S II ZJ UK mouth number of Augsburgand Caloos was Mound Key.In 31 times In the King
mere Thursday, laid Friday he 28 Inner coal Numburg translations of one shop were genuine James Bible.
had no direct knowledge of U, i If IS 7 7 29.ftcI eye 16th century accounts have historical records printed In What did the word "grave"mean
The FBI and the Secret Serv. : r. come to light. This Is particularly 1735 and written In "reale olde In old English? English
Ice said no arrests had been //.r// 'i [ al U Ing true here In Stuttgart Eng Ish.. There were about archives show It meant trenchor

made and the FBI said It was err .a ,o JI II JJ 30 Ct ..... where this article Is being 200 pages which had been rebound ditch. The Saxon word
not Investigating. 31 Flavoring written. Most valuable about 70 years ago. I "grabe" meant the same, and
WASHINGTON (AP) The Honda asps Safety (want plant hidden In the
,4 IS old records were was most fortunate In obtaining In modem German the word
Justice Department refused Fri. 32 Military and cellars of cas- these for
dungeons records for own ditch Is
age day to suit produce against for Bobby a civil Bak.rdocum.nt. dam. Jf oL e z C//iI' aunl"111:5kJh % Jl " 4. 33 student Haubelng tles during the war years and use.To my These few words illustrate

S&leha received little harm. Illustrate the problems of one of the difficulties of researching
It has In
its Investigation of compiled the former tttau d>e driving dljrin9; 41 41 .J 37 Ordinance One leather bound volume, researching old archives, consider old archives. An

Senate official for possible vlo. rke H 0 ofl .i 38 Bullfighter dated 1556 contained an account the changes In the spellIng Italian scholar fluent In reading
latlon of criminal laws. koli'doy; weekend : Keep cry and description of the and meaning of words over both Latin and Spanish, was

The department claimed ex. 4W above ca4oon mind J For Mm*32 mln ** trw..tNwrs 3 rime Florida Indians encountered by the centuries. For example most helpful-as was my own
ecutlv prlvtle . in being Ponce de Leon qn his final take the word "hell. The knowledge of ancient German.



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House Tea COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl,,. Fl., Sunday $. *....... *. I ItH 5

At EvergladesNext Place To Go.

Sunday THE NAPLES I The Smart . t

,J"! ,e wll Everglades, give an open Roman's house NotebookContinued For Good Things To Eat!

'L, ->n Sunday September 13,
., le Everglades SChool The Y
'," wll be held in the schooli ( from pare I) ,
rary.ladles : NI'Yfal a'ep'w'r' """'t.' Illllf 'tlf'Ji _n! :I
I of the ire are In-
red as guests. TheTeaComi and Mrs. Phillip Taylor The surprise came when she IAVI 6c CAMPBELL'S MIAT 01 VEGETABLE
i ie Is comprised of Mrs. arrived the end of August in Weymouth, Mass., to visit I ,

.,\,1>Mrs.Mays Mabel, Mrs.GJE.Whltmoreind Moshcr.Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. H. lamontagne. They had checked with

1.e asked to call between the Gen Timberlake and he O.K.d their plans to take Mrs. { 8 No. I Tel Cam S100
.1'0 if :3 and 5 p.m. Timberlake to Quebec City. She reports a beautiful trip + SOUp Limit Eight

i I.K T IK,)1 f regular the Woman's monthly Club meet-Ucheduied through New Hampshire (saw the John Beckers In Wolfe NSl I Choice
lor boro), and Vermont to Canada.
; Tuesday Sep- PCCENT
ember 15, at 8 p.m. The On the 27th, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bolger had a
eerlng will be held In the clubroom cocktail party for Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McMurry, Mr. and SAVI 26c DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
In the City Hall. Miss Mrs. Thomas Aldrich, and Mr. and Mrs. William Richardson
"oohael Wilsonclubpreeident, The Bolgers entertained Sunday. That night 2Lb.
again on
nncuinced new members will be
i II tailed at the meeting. their dinner guests included the Richardsons, Mr. and / Butter Jar 49c
Mrs A A. Anderson, end the Arthur Colignons. limit On.
Mr and Mrs. Roland Brooks, with Charlie, Lynn and I I

2 From Naples Jay C., have returned to Sarasota after spending a week SAVE 4e ASSORTED COLORS NORTHERN TOILET
with Mr. and Mrs Candler Brooks. One day while they
Win FSU Degrees were here Mr. and Mrs. Candler Brooks Jr., and CandlerIII

Deanna Gall Cash and Jeff- came down from Bradenton for a family gathering. The R.g. Roll 5
i ry C. Eckard of Naples were Junior Brooks were vacationing in Bradenton from their Tissue Limit Four With
imong the 898 graduates who home in Atlanta, Ga. I 153 i or Mora Order
completed J work during the third
'Dniester at Florida State University 0
1 and were granted degrees Zoning AgendaThe Many New Gifts XCEU.E G

by the university.Miss Club _
Cash was granted a Zoning and Planning Board To Woman's
U Degree In Nursing. and a will meet at 9 .Septembers 8, For Big Bazaar Prices Effective Sept 8 thru 9 t.
I I'S Degree In Education was to consider the following agenda;
Eckard. 1 APPLICATION NO. 60 Seventeen members of the CLOSED LABOR DAY
(Continued) From N.P Sloan. Woman's Club Sewing Group t
The was made by the STORE HOURS
report RE Re-zonlng of Lots 4 thru 6 braved the heaviest rain of E-
news bureau at FSU In Talla- Inclusive, Block 5, Tier 3, from the season Friday afternoon OPEN 'TIL 6:30: TUES. TO THURS. -
hassee. "La" Neighborhood Shopping and found It well worth their OPEN 'TIL 900 P.M. FRI.
District to"G-a"Multiple dwell.
while. There were several
log district. OPEN TIL 7:00 P.M. SAT.
articles In and the
Re-zoning of Lot 7 and the E.S brought _
H.W. ClouscrMetropolitan feet of Lot 8, Block 5, Tier 3, chairman Mrs. Lowe Berger Quantity Rights Reserved
Iniurtnct ConlultlntMctropoU from "D"Single Family District said that she was "delighted." m.;z:. . -
to "G-a" Multiple Dwelling Dls. "I have never seen so many
tlrct unusual and different gifts for
! Life our bazaar," said the hostess, THIS .
IfIWYOU.If.Y, If you find it convenient to Mrs. Dorothy McMullen. "My
will gladly recommend a keep seasoned flour on hand guests got wet but not the WEEI
10 fit stir together thoroughly 1 cup Christmas decorations rx
program; your (personal
Lire insurance flour, 2 teaspoons tall and 1/4 Mrs Eugene Parker reported Mar-Crest Citation
needt Call or write: teaspoon pepper in a small j jar. that the Naples Cook BookIs Y
Cover tightly Thi mixture is available at the Woman's
Midway 2-3098 fine fur use with meats, poultry Club on Friday afternoons. The FUTURISTIC PATTERN I
P. O. Box 995 Naples and fish price $1.25.

Next Friday at one o'clock DINNER FORK .-
Mrs. Dee Sutton will act as

LET'S GROW Together the hostess for the Sewers With Coupon From Book And $5 er Mor
group and says she hopes to
Food Purchases 9 I
,0- welcome back Mrs. Candler a
Brooks and Miss Blrdlna Mc-
t1 Reedeem the valuable* coupons from
Intosh. the booklet you received in the moil '
by for tableware, apodal bargains and
WENDELL F. PETERSON, New Owner 2-Car Crash '

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A two-car smashup at Airport t -1
Road and Estey Avenue In East
Naples Friday sent Earl E.
you've been wondering which annualsto Bales of Naples and BJ>. Hyde large Ripe TropicalBananas
plant for the coming gardening season, which r of Pine Ridge to the hospital -
Starts next month, we invite you to come in for treatment. Bales was
released after treatment and
and pick up a copy of our FLORIDA GARDEN
Hyder was hospitalized. r rrti
GUIDE. It's available at no cost to you, and you'llbe Trooper James Peacock said 1
delighted with the complete information it Bales traveling east on Estey
gives on pre-planting soil conditioning in this failed to stop at Airport Road
of Florida It has specially written sectionon and the station wagon driven "
by Hyder smashed into the side DIXIE DARLING Per
your best bets in annuals for fall and winter of a truck driven by Bales. r t gc fRED
; planting in south Florida. Trooper Peacock charged ', tt '''' ORMWIENER Pound
Before you actually get around to the busi- Bales with failure to stop .

ness of planting, however, you would be wise at Sheriffs the stop sign Deputies Hooker t, t'' BUNS

I to investigate two products which we highly Brown and Don Harris assisted 8 Pak
recommend for garden preparation. They are with the Investigation. Pkgs. 29 BUSS
DOWFUME MC.2 and VAPAM, created to rid / 39c
the soil of grasses and weeds, as well as their -f Potatoes 5 "-
Thief Steals
seeds, nematodes, and soil plant diseases. Only
I, We've been noticing lately that a numberof Sermons From Car FANCY FLORIDAAvocados

the professional lawn men and maintenancemen VANCOUVER B.C. (AP) 4 fer 99'
have been coming into the Garden Spot One thief apparently was seek. v
for CHINCH BUG KillERS. Those of you who Ing solace He left untouched a
camera and film projector
have St. Augustine grass would be wise to taking only the notebook of
watch it carefully. If you would like for us to sermons belonging to the Rev. FRESH MEATSQUICK
come out and make a free inspection of your Everett Swanson of Chicago
from the pastor's car.
lawn to be sure that the chinch bug has not FROZEN SHOULDER LAMB

gotten a start, lust give us a call. We'll be
glad to come to your home, and if the needis Title Companyof -s oast 39

present, recommend an effective product for
the control of chinch bugs.

Another danger. to that lovely lush lawn is ABSTRACTS INSURANCE. ESCROWS Chops. 49c

lawn fungus, and it can be a dangerous problem TITLE 114 Psrk I.w.J'1).
Preventive maintenance is the best ans- Ml 1051 FRESH MEATY POIICSteaks
wer, because grass lost to fungus will not return -
and it has to be replaced. We have a ) Mtp/as, !' 59
number of products which will prevent lawn PI.. :

fungus IDEAL'S TERRACHLOR, if you likea
TROL, if you prefer a powder. DAIRY DEPT.t .

Fertilizer is an item which you gardenerswill NAPLESBUSINESS
be purchasing regularly. We are especially IMIRIAlMargarine
proud of our 666 Fertilizer, 30. organic, with I
addition of iron manganese . specially blendedby d1FVP t u. 39'
Wilson and Toomer for the Garden Spot -I--

and the Naples area. It's far less expensive than SERVICEPAYROLLS 'MHOUSI FROZEN
most comparable quality fertilizers . $3.75 per
hundred pounds, in easy to handle 50 pound

er bags.free.And don't forget we'll lend you a spread. RECORDS TAXIS Cream Pies Ea. 29''


This is the spot to watch for news and information lOOlClCllPlNOSYSTIMS Macaroni R Cheese 3o:' $1 Oysters. 12eLCM 89'Maury
on gardening in Naples, and this is .
the spot to buy those gardening materials .

Phene Skimmed Roman jAaMM|\ *
MIJ-SUJ Milk Bleach Cream of Rice

Naples Garden Spot m rtrth Ate.... Sell 3 ".' 29'CMU Half 33' IS CL AIt J P .z. X OOCJ 21h u. 29C !

Ml 2-2840 Naphe.. rt.rWe 'II. 1\.. .. SizeOpen ..
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Cowboys Head Into Season o Good Seats Reserved AvailableFor

Eagle Games

With Beefed-Up DefenseDALLAS There are a lot of good re,

: served seats left for Naples HighScholl'l 1.

(AP) The Dallas nent additions, Coach Tom Lan football games this
ticket salesman
Cowboys head Into the National dn thinks his club will be Improved season,,ker SPORTSft >I
Sl hmu says.Persons
Football League; campaign with most on defense. wanting reserved )I
"We added Jim Colvin from
a beefed'Up defense and
ques. feats should make a note to call
tlon mark at quarterback.The Baltimore and Maury Youmans Schmurker during office hoursat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
from the Chicago Bears s,t1rl I
quarterback problem I .
2 7171, or see him. Ticketsare
cropped up last Saturday when Landry. "And we have !put Me!
Dallas' No. 1, Don Meredith Renfro" our best rookie, at s.u! a flrst.come being sold, flrst.served<1 as of now basis on, 'I COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples. Fla? Sund.y, StpUmb, 6, 'MBy )I

suffered a knee Injury as; the ty. he said. .
Cowboys were being over. When Meredith Is fit, he will
Each season ticket costs $7.
whelmed by Green Bay. Since handle .the quarter.ba klng.Glbb. 50 for the Eagles' slate of four * * * * * * * * ,

the extent of the injury Is jet a much sought."iftci home games. The reserved ser .
to be determined and since collegian a year ago, never lA' "
tlon is between: the 40.ard lineson :;
Dallas' only quarterbacks were Into a single game for the Cowboys the west side of' the highs GAME
In 1963.Landry's .
untested second-year man Son. <,honl football field. Part of the
ny Clbbs and rookie John Ja. offensive line Is not 1 "'
from tlcket .
proceeds" season-
cobs from Arizona State, a too big and must depend mar" ,) .
sales goes to support the Quarterba.
on finesse than power. Tom i iLlsclo TIME
move was dictated.So .
'k Club's Lyon ,
yl ) r r program.
acquired from Green .
the Cowboys brought 31.
One of this fall's home games
Bay last year, has moved aheadof
year-old John Roach out of re. Is against Fort Myers, ft whicha
Bob Fry at left tarkle. Jim
tirement. J giant. sized rowel is For many )years the University of Miami has been the:
Although the talk Is about the Ray Smith Is the other tarkle. M.er anticipated. The guarantee of an southern school with the midwestern football toum Miami
Joe Bob Isbell and Srhoen .
Cowboys' flashy new attack ke Ray :t' excellent seat for this contest recruiters have taken great pains to avoid giving athletic
are the guards and Mike
with receivers Tommy Me Don- alone should convince football scholarships to talented football players in Florida and the
aid and Buddy Dial the prom I. Connelly the center of j >'on, LINE COACH Glenn< Stanlo takes a ride on Naples Jtimoi Hljrh'ssevenman fans that ..8.I.S01tlc'ketl. are a south.

ex stantly.Ram shining and rookies line Jim WhalerHall Boeke blotkniK sled as he watches for flaws in form of players bargain, Schmuiker sajs.)
Jake Kupp and Dave Other niomb" .> of tin junioi highs quad ofIt) nit their turn to This recruiting policy probably has impeded the school's

Flag TournamentAt Manders are In the fight. push away ( NEWS photo ) efforts to sell Itself to the citizens: of Florida most
of whom are soutlieiners But the new regime at Miami has
The running attack Is built Sovereign .Named
Big CypressOn
around Don given firsthand Indications that the recruiting punch
Perkins and Amos which has Just three two-year British Challenger has ended and Mlainl now will recruit Florida )'s actl vel\ .
Labor DayA Marsh, a rugged OI1l .two punch New Volunteer Coach Has lettermen
when healthy. Jim
flair tournament for both Amos Bullocks are the Stiger and "I hope "t can make progresswith For America's Cup This significant change first received attention In the
men and women will be a feature Landers has reserves. our offense each game/' he Miami newspapers It was good to hear MUml's head ,
of golf play at Big Cypress Golf left tackle plared Colvin at said, "But we'll be primarily s NEWPORT RI. (AP) recruiter, who visited Naples' recently, confirm this It
on and
and County Club on Labor Day Youmans uses No Room For defensive team this season." Careful planning and disciplined Is Important to tills area because Miami, though 100 nines
as a Towels
(Monday), Club Pro Phil Darby. George Andrle and back-up Larry man.Ste. Crying Tennessee which lost 20 let., training have brought to sleek distant, is tie| nearest four-year school to Naples'
shire announced yesterday.In termen last year but still returns .,, blue.hulled Sovereign the selec e
phens are the ends and Bob Lilly
26 also is bankrupt ol''tlon as British challenger for scouts rarely this Ur out in the bUcks,
addition Derbyshire said a"closest.to.the.pln" ; Tenn. AP College get
the other tackle. Behind the reg. KNOXVILLE ( ) but by the same token won'thear
you America's Cup.
contest will The In of team speed In the backfield the and Miami of course has not bothered to coin this way in the
ular IIne.t man charge guiding
>acklng crew of Churk him saying he's to
Is the
be staged for the ladles on hole Howley Jarry Tubbs and Lee Tennessee back to a place lose to anybody going thus just making the problem oloffense '> All that remains now past. Naples High might be producing collage prospects

No. 2, and a driving contest for Roy Jordan, the Cowboys have among the bluebloods of college more complex. Dickey lathe sailing In this historic 108year.15. unnoticed by these recruiters.As .

men on hole No. (. Dave Edwards and Harold football has no room In his lock. Tennessee is going through first to admit'' that you can't. old series which begins Sept.
Hays.Cornell the
In the flag tourney players will Green and Don er for cryingtowels.. the big change now, shifting win without a running game. Constellation was placed as long as colleges want to !give away so-called athletic\

be slated strokes equal to par play the corner positions Bishop In the Doug Dickey who was elect from the slngle.wlng! it helped The man, who 11'11be\ the first: United States defender Wednes. "sc olarshlps," Naples High all et.. should have a cliaiiceto

plus handicap and continue play deep defense with Mike Gaech. ed last December to replaceJim make famous to the more Tennessee quarterback In recent: day. get noticed Now that Miami is interested In getting lootball

until that number of strokes has ter and Renfro at safety. Warren McDonald as head football streamlined formations. This history is Hal Wantland a 6. players from Florida that will Increase the local !"oys'<

been used. Livingston and rookie Parry- coach of the tradltlon.rlch Vol. is the beginning of Dickey's foot, 198-pound Junior who wasa chances of being looked at.
problems."If second string tailback behind Purcell
Lee Dunn of Mississippi prob. unteers knows he has problemsand ,
"Stop" Signs Mean STOP Mallon Falrcloth in the single,. And as the proportion of Florida toys 011 Miami's football
lots of
ably will be the extras. them but he still we were making the Tie At Moorings
. maintains a neutral attitude change with experienced play. wing last season. team Increases, so should the Florida following for the

I about the coming season, ers, it wouldn't make much dif Tennessee opens the season I Frank Purcell and J. Dreher Hurricanes
You won't hear Dickey laying ference" Dickey said "But we Sept, 19 against Chattanoogaand tied for first place with scores
WANT TO MAKE MONEY? I that he's going to beat anybody are doing it with a young squad then meets, in order A u', of e9 In the weekly blind bogey XXX
burn, Mississippi State, BostonCollege I Thursday at the Moorings Huron College football coach Gil Peterson mailed me the

>. Alabama Louisiana I Country Club. Scalpers' schedule this fall, which includes three names'
Everybody does, but few people do. Don'tbe State, Georgia Tech. Mississippi,, Pro Bill McDevitt announced at home and six on the road. "We are la king: forward to a

misled by fancy ads and high pressure selling Kentucky and Vanderbilt. the results of the tournament. great year with 22 vets returning," Peterson says.

We Invite to come In and discuss real The Agency With Personal Service! There were 21 entries. In a
you your three.way tie for second with He will find that 22 lettermen will come In quite land)

estate program with our experienced staff and I Mrs. Eckajd Tops cores of 68, were Tom Aid. for a schedule with such an Imbalance between home and

find out where the real money making values are Beach Club EventThe ridge, Les Johnston, and RussSavage. away games Huron, with an enrollment of !500, Is In the
South Dakota city of the same name. Peterson's oadilni:
A dependable ,
Residential Commercial agency rwpont- record for four years at Huron Is 25.11
Ibis for
Acreage protactinf you, your regular Tuesday golf
family, home and biwifiMi event for the Beach Club Wo-
against every (iniuraMa throat Huron and other schools in (ho South Dakota Intercollegiate .
:. men'sGolf Association was held
y ""CHOICE of lOll through a planned program September 1. Tackle Collapses, Conference belong to the NAH.' Perhaps this t'KI)1.ulI
lTI 2"1' v" of protection guaranteed why the NCAA' football guide does not include these schools'
iW ADy Dl t ''rROPfRTI by companies of unquMtionw Mrs. Wilbur Eckard won first Dies After Fast schedules this year though It did tn previous years, Fol.
" :
7) t ( .. financial etrengt prize with a net 38. There wasa lowing an obscure midwestern college's football team is

REALTOR tie between Mrs.M.M.Roland First Quarter trying! .enough without the NCA\ compounding the dlflic d.
aMr++ .s..m-I1)FOR.'f) lE:: and Mrs. Al Hackett for second ties.
: .
f f place with a net 39. Mrs. Fred high school defensive tackle
Haynes was third with a net 40. Roy Washington 18, waarestlng xxx
.-m. Had he been less to injuries, Mickey Mantle might
on the sidelines after a fast first
y FOa f RENT :.. INSUTANCE ASIgp. lac. have set more major league records than ,he did. The other
quarter Friday night when he
/ ;' : .y Of Naples High School's 21 suddenly collapsed. day he struck out for the l,33Ut time, breaking tin l\ m.
: lK touchdowns in 1963,14 of them record l held .
Babe Ruth.It
standing < by Ci.II. ( )
... Police laid died
612 Srh A. Savriihaiia Roy en
W. were scored by who return *
ROY SMITH Realtor I'\
2-S141 a hospital despite the efforts
I Naatat. lerWa In 1964--eight by end Buz of coaches and school officials took Babe 22 full seasons in the majors to strike out
7f7 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2-217S : Ritchie, three by fullback Billy to keep him breathing. 1,330 times It has taken Mantle only 14 seasons to sur.

Bryan two by tailback Donald Cause of the death was not pass that, and only two or three of these seasons have
been complete. Most of the 14 have been
Walker and partial season
one by wingback determined. An autopsy was
Bob Koch. ordered. for the Oklahoma slugger because of his numerous in.

.__ awa.'. .-.. w .:.i -- asaa SytCtir

Il Naples' *| was nice of Pittsburgh XXXIt to let Harry Gillie play|, scum
| Tips On AA ball after the Western Carolinas season ended/ After the'

Flotilla rough treatment the Seminole has received from the Pitts.

How do you Boating USCGA, t burgh organization he deserves some consideration.

I Billle before he was signed up last summer by the Plr.

ales' had a baseball background as a catcher and outfielder.But .

Members of Naples Flotilla 93 The most expert boatman Is Pittsburgh seems determined to convert him into a

of the U.s. Coast Guard Auxiliary first to admit how often he has shortstop or third baseman positions that were completely'

recall for boating enthusiastssome been fooled by some trick foreign to him before last winter

a savings accountat tips which many times are of wind or current. Dangerous
open taken for granted and overlooked.The situations develop with start. There Is little doubt that Billle Is not at ease In a strange
suddenness infield position and his fielding worries affect his but Un".
good boatman Is properly ling so even when
Ha was hitting In the ,250 at Chandler in the winter
look range"
Interested In the pleasure and things easiest. watch out.
rookie league until he was allowed to play the outfield for a
comradeship which he obtains Have an answer to every threat
number of Elllle's shot and he ended
with his boat and the week. take out of games. average up
long and a trick to you
end with us at this time can every danger. season at .300.

Naples Federal ? be made a safe one by being cour. Eternal vigilance Is the priceof
In Neither of Gastonla's managers were wllllngtoCive Bl1\le\
teous and alert. safety and to the boatman
a chance behind the plate or In the outfield He flayed, short.
The first responsibility of the our Gulf water an In the Inland
stop some third base, and some first base, and spent half the
operator of a 16-foot outboard Is Waterway he must see intelligently
season getting uptothe ..2001evel.! final was 237
the same as that of the skipperof all that comes within his
and he second the club in batted in
a Wool( cruiser ., the vision and have the faculty of was on runs

safety of his boat and passengers.To foreseeing situations as well.
this end, he knows that dis Before a boat Is under way It Perhaps Pittsburgh Is deliberately hiding Bllhe's ability
clpllne Is a function of leader. Is Important that a checkup be to protect him from being drafted by another major league

ship and that leaderslp I cart be made. Not alone should equip organization. Perhaps the Pirates aresquanderlngtheklU's
excerclsed in durgarees on the ment required by law be on talents because they don't know any better Perhaps they be.
Follow these simple instructions smallest craft, board and in proper condition lleve they are acting in Blllie's best long-range Interests

A first class skipper doesn't for use, but tools,water :jasollne
wait for an emergency to arise; tanks should be checked as well. If Pittsburgh} doesn't want to make a productive ballplayerout
of him there other clubs that known to be will\
he has long before formulated Help make this 1964 Labor Day are are
ing to have a chance at him,
weekend of SAFETYI
several solutions'; any emergency one ..
with which he might '
be faced. Drive Carefully\ And Live Torres Given nent from the Bahamas in tie,

next to last of
- ----- --- the television

1. First, of course you have to have some 4. And now, watch your money grow! Earnings Decision Over fights

money to save. Not much, mind you. You on your savings will be compoundedcan THE Gomeo BrennanMIAMI at Torres the welh-ln tipped the but scales Brennan's at 167

open a new account at Naples Federal twice-yearly at Naples Federal. Fla. AP manager Dave Yeomans, said
& "
with as little as $1.00. Biq. f Q & FOR SUN:FU1r 4FrsN Jose 'Torres needed a strong Torres weighed HZ'-i' just be.

You see, it's easy to open a savings account ( rally In the closing rounds fore the fight

2. Choose the kind of savings account that at Naples Federal when you follow these / Silver Icing Friday night to protect his No. 4
G welterweight ranking against
best suits your needs. Your savings account simple Instructions.can { (Bo.l H vtl t Gomeo Brennan a game 3-1 Hot fodder Sets
be established as a single account or as \ l FISHING CRUISER l underdog

one of the many special accounts created by Naples Federal Sanngi and Loan Association is j- AND - The Puerto Rican from New Two U.S. Records
I"' Ml ....;; or Ml ..U.. York won the eighth and ninth .
Naples Federal for your convenience chartered by an agency of the U. S Government, [ of FORT WORTH Text) -
rounds to the margin
Capt. Cecil I.amb pick up Boob Langley of tveniai,
It is a community enterprise in which all who ) ( CLUB victory over his smaller oppo. Tex, set two American hut rr id!

3. Bring your savings to Naples Federal at participate in $anngi or loan account are memo r 7 /.pI association records Fnlj I'lr.I'

the Four Corners. ben of the association contributing to the growth J with the lestFACILITIES Ing preliminaries ii! the utR\

Or if you prefer, ... and liability of Collier County. Savings accounts \J SWIMMING POOLS national Langlev's championships drarstei' r,i ,

you can enjoy j! at Naples Federal are backed by sound management Floridafor nltrmetl,, .ut
the ease of .. I and insured up to $10,000 by the Federal in by the quarter.mlle track II
Country Pub seconds
reaching a speed of
saving by mail. _ Savings ft Loan Insurance Corporation, an agency 4 197 36 m,p.h

Either way you will want to of the United States Government It does make LIVINGGOLFING \ LEWIS

establish a regular savings program. a difference where you taie -
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pi.i, fit. S ,J.v, Septamber i. l NN 7'r'





CALL THE NEWS FOR 16-Hep! Available
1-Announcements 49 Homes For Rent 58-Lots For SaleGLORY
RUBBER STAMPS Lae volt 'o, a d ,woo,
County RealtyWeek4358,495 AH o TIC| TEA: HUt'sh):; wA'L, 'n' pr ,alo haml C.l,: MI Att'eC .. G.etl Houte 2Biockt BE"'

T. 4 c. npof, ?. = ?66 1 If MD.O,5 fmm .... See G...
PUBLIC NOTICE Bf" '. Ip iet Foot To- a, 01 't'oal' rap n No.. School r + 'ol.,."> furnithedIK Nrv. f.,n teen that the effort new. Iw.StorttrSubdivn ..
A the T i : admen per wonth on yearly leeteOr .
ppo "imenit w.Tan B S t.
: pas' H.v1 '." '0"' '011 t wIN, accett ta the
; :4 > t )t .1,01 on 5r eduaIO 196 Han.00pronta . ront l monthly' Call JUI153liitingi null and nand .
T "E!!: OF PUbLIC NEARING .mOnt 1'1' to weterwey
"'0' n.ana.
\ era's Salon Thete 'lot* ar. toned
.; .IOW 11, MAY CONCERN beauty rntVrtt.d"p rmennt .mplem to fOfOat's
'. ,. that I0. loll 7th St South 10' o !140' lot will ioU
nrroby I On
.nl only in Neplet Wanted .
r. . "'Co,,"t. Comm',M'onr of Corner of llth Ave 47th ZumF.ld. M,dn,ght ithir e I unit apartment,,, houtea .
. Pots Road duple or a ,1. ftmily''
r"I Fiord will U" Street Ml' Z"* >
t Ito 21nd day el 1"8 ., Nano buys.dr low coot II.",,.. dwellmi" No' City, !...., good
on on
pr 0 it .
"b.r 1961.,1100"' M in 'A" Ent Nep1.s' Collar County water pived ttreeta. boat
'. , R..II, r.., 00 Ih. T.I O.Lf landmet .nd only m plot
r0 Commttoncrt meetingil
County real estate transactions processed In the first mt County Ceurtheut. >" 3-Boats-Motof8 Accra 18InvestmentsMonty from the Heart of N.",.*. Call

1 four days of September reached a total of $358,495 '" .r\ CoU' ., County Fieri, **. ,. I' foot /barluss bon wilt, tOHP far found .n. 57-Houses For Sale JOHN WOOD i Auoclitti
"""., net th* Coon ,
f or , Hu''U" Ir.lrhull Uo..v. S
The top deal of the .t, abandon ditcentinu n. .'''"''"11 Iond "D'.n'. tO COI Ml IT Mltchool
period was by The Moorings Dev ac top and .dO curteint to' .
P 0
'U fir following" ...c"b.d Coil Z U"? 0' ". County News For Sal. By Owner. 1t."II., Lot 051. hr1Naar
elopment Co. of toiler Irsd1 .. ., 1 "
Canada Ltd.. for Lots 5 and 6, Block ..' ,-, 0< n. n tting public ttreet. 0"" _," .. I'" idon, F tend. room end tiore 12.111
15. Unit 5, The Moorings the sale price listed at $90 ., nc>- < .o a tcleim. any' r,ght I boo CBS: houte it Mt Ifth St MARIOWE A BECK, UJ Ito
'", Ccu t, and the public 1n'e 73-Miic. For Sale No Low down pay ment and AN South 'I S "II11.
000. The property went to J. Ward Allen, Door W. War t fame *. delineated en r.. SBUSIn.SOppa.. 117 71 per month ,o Rwal.t" +.d '/ I.Io1 II

ner. Carroll W, Vaugh Newton and -a mop i. plat' M 0 ttreet T... '001.. ...) tn. Bout' Lustrt buyer Call DC,, H,II Ml 21)17 r
Roger James ." .n .i d o.'co'i t mOro. ,.",c.. SERVICE STATION coy loran C..pnts and upOeltb' week lays Ill0 tfPm
B. Wilson Jr., of Endlcott N.Y. .. dU" bi-o .s tone.** Modem terv CO III.On for .lei.. R.ol .I.C 1" ( shampoo. 59AertagtH
Other sales of 11,000 (fn, Count Florid furtherr by A""Ic,, RthnnCo Lei II N.pl.: '0'10 Iy"o Co R.di* hem'" en acre lot
or over with values taken from e.-t boil -5 'h.t port .. Trlford 9 I 'I 3 bedroom with carport
Naerly new
Tral al
ton iltNO\ Tam..ol acre tracts ISO* down and
tax stamps on recorded A *n ,,e per put' of Nwmrktbd ,, ...". porch 111.MO
deeds Included the following; S CollorReo'ns Th* Moor,ngt .Pud Ire ng SACRIFICEFryd.ro and ItftO per month No .nt.re.t
Mathias P, Bernard to Wendell roo..Iv v (!" ns recorded in rogrom i,a'Cal anstonC. \I It ..''','.,.0' Apartment houi downtewit. N*. I IMM On* ml* from Golden I
F. and Meredith W. SEQfEEX A laughing Bounded on Its. Southerly' .... 0urthtr .nformafOn: Call, MrTOOmN Mov'ng ,Into 110m. wdh by" 'nappinncos pie 4 ono bedroom unit *nd Gate City l Open Sunday Coller

Peterson Naples Lots 1,2 3 and 4, Elk 14, Tier 1, wink is the reaction of bv Block SP Lola I. 7. I. I. It end Ft Myers' Fa. W.. ... .1 Il': ManoDr II foe motel roomt ts40d Good County Realty I Il1;
1571Or wrdo flU Ivy I An.Ft Sorent Qeide 9 I
t Naples $47,000; Natel Inc., to David E. and G. I lion I the Northerly' tide, by Block Fla 112 lOt Term M acre. Clo.. In' I* U S 41114i .
Nancy Corinne Mytrs ,.. Iwi bedroom
pretty Claiborne M Lott i : 14. I end I. CBS to b." plus *er. Term Com.r Coun,
Lang Naples Lot 8, Blk C, Unit 2, Coquina Sands J4, Boggs to the announcementin .. d 'lots bo"nded en the Ett bv BUSINESS' opporlunly,' North 26-Personal en* btth eif'Ciency 11120 ly.Realty' East ." the Trail
500 Ferdinand K. Nt"markt Raid end en the Wettbv Tr.,I 'location ...... a Near Ltk Park School SIIIt/
; Feyhl to Harry J, and Thelma L. Washington D.C.. that she Tmth Street Eett. being ettr dr nkt All new. equipment ? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. On* bedroom completely .

a Morrison Naples Lot 26, Golden Shores $3,000; Moor- will be Queen of the 1964President' ,o of lend approximately/ 210 bedroom I beth home in ,taro Men er women .wi'h ertnmgproblem furnithed dNiar city hall 10 Acre l'> m,"let Iron Court
IrK n itngth .nd W feet wide but, Priced | net* at lit M*
Ings Dev. Co. Norman ASS for help" by caning Houto 4M per acre Open
to and Eileen Sheis .
Berk Huntington, Cup Regatta. PERSONS' INTERESTED MAY with good term to euahf edpurchater Twbodreom. CBS Tirrinofieen Sunday
Ml I 4)11 Vntort cod..llr
N.Y.. Lot 5, Blk 9, Unit 5, The Moorings $22,500; MoorIngs the daughter of Rep. Hale TIME APPEAR' AND' AND PLACE BE HEARD ABOVE AT SPEC. THE. Show' by appointment ...*''c.'ed Meeting ,n FirttBtplitt C'ty ....,*.. clet m Ettt CARIBBEAN

Dev. Co.. to Norman and Eileen Berk et al, HuntIngton "Cokie" 8 0 g g a I ID. U i. PIED ...."".,,*. Church ..,,".. on Ian Napltt U IfS RtjltO'iI'M REALTY
BOARD Of LUCILLE OTTS VIRGIL' St FIt, Ava *vry Tue end CBS 4 bedroom. 3 bath iwim. N Tr..i
N.Y.. Lot 6, Blk 9, Unit 5, The Moorings $25 House majority whip COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS' MARCUM NOBLE WRIGHT Fn night al I I* P M mine peel In Royal l HarborOvrleoking Ml l.lmilet :

000; Ernest V. Burton to Carl C. and Della L, King Collier County. Florida BOB JAEGER-PHIL. KEYES |h* by, llltN
SE ALI CBS 1 bedroom. 1 bith. ever
Florissant Mo.. Lot 11, Unit 1, Oyster Bay $6,000; PUBLIC NOTICERESOLUTION By DEWY ..OLI.Y DEWEY POLLY 33-Services Offered looking INI downtown" at 10 Non 0,05 a. dry land. iM
Adrienne W. COo 'man 714 Eatt Lab Drive |24 W tram courihout MAR
Kelly to Charles A. and Loretta S. Eden- Sept I. .164 *1M
Downtown" 1 bedroom fremela LOWE 4 BECK 4*) tth Av.
bach. Middle Town. RJ., Lot 38, Blk A. Conners Vanderbilt WHEREAS it appear that IVAL REALTY SLIP COVERS 510,0.rsm beech HIM south, MI Uzt. T/nf

Beach Estates. Replat #1. $15,000. OILMEN fiat been conclutively" NOTICE OF INTENTION TO T"'col D.'y A Uph.lwnat Tams |"M down" 16' H ....
MOwn te b* th. tol of REGISTER FICTITIOUS' NAME 111 II Troct..I'h
owner : Gee Dewey. Polly. Realtor MI P Snl IM A M Per. A
The doet >
Lot. 77 und."ed hereby cerMy
71 and 71
that they Corner of III Ave No. 4Tamiaml BILL LOACH Thi* i* ." N..II.M ,invettmentr
are conducting tauto
Trail 36-Wanted Farm Land
GOLDEN GATE TLE i repair and u.0 part bus Buy
FARMS at per plat thereofrecorded Ml, I'M 10 Acr. tract W, })"' on 'Ion
Gulf American Land in Plet Book I. I, ne.i at Naplet. Florida. under the REALTOR
Corp. to Howard and pete
L. Aldla of
A. "ue" ..n'.d Capri way new propotedNeplet
of th* current Public Rocordi of i ficttttout name of Pine. Ridge Auto Ued P'COUD OHM .
Follls Naples pan Tract 50, Unit 48, Golden Gate Es- Collier County. Florida: Center and that sod firm it cam. 7-Dogs Cats Pets Good, condItIon" S..h'Lo'''''I715'' Prop JdII u, Sts Avo 10. Adiecenl, t Lend Priced Island I Contiderebly Route,.

tates. $1.800; Trl-D Corp. to Joseph F. Petito Miami andWHEREAS. the taid IVA LOlL naps posed ef and the piece following. ef ret'dencet persons whot areas AHC( Gotten Terrier I mo eldmi 0,105,.M.ntsnanc. "n f/ 0/110 MI" 16101! H,'gher than ...'.. Good
Lots 1 and 2, Blk 6. Naples Manor Addn. $1,500 MER hat made application for the, foiiowtRobert. *. chmpion blood' line* Open Sunday
; Mango v ?1on ef that ceriem S Hill Can b* '*n Sunday only Sept 8-Autos For Sale CARIBBEAN" REALTY
Growers Inc., to Marilyn B. and Richard S. LaFoumatn .c" "NOlLr. GULF TERRACE Boi !Ill!. Naplet. FlaHomer el UM Michigan, Ava t Mt WE RE LO..OEDW R..llor.II *
,, .
EU.DIV'SION. F Noun in tile* tmtll melum < O N T.eil Ml 'IS'
West Sayvllle N.Y.. Lots 6 and 7, Blk 4, Naples Manor in Plat sad Book plat bung pogo2 recorded I2M H"(hiand Stewart, Or Neplet. '1.. Austin' Haley Sprite UM burgundy and Itrge WI'" bound

Lakes $1,400; M.H. Davis Properties Inc., to Marjorie of the current cIR of j OwNrthf0110w.y' R,.,e Auto C.". FlowtrsPUntsSeedtSUMMER in color E collont tend to hive your til. 'in nock, t. SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
Collier ; Can be teen III Harbor Lane ut before VJM buy ACREAGE
Florid :
County end I'k. 'Ja
M. Van Scyoc Shelbyvllle Ind., Lot 40, Blk 34, Unit 3, WHEREAS it eppeert: that Block Robert S Hall 50% ( f tsii .It II for Rothfu. Sole NOW I *er* trectt located

and Lot 41, Blk 34 Unit 4 Naples Park I '",ou,, .15 I"Clu..v.. of th. above Boi 113?. Naple. Fie SUMMER SALE OF MATURE IH1 LaBaron dr H T sold MgrCOLEMAN lust en* mil* from 'US' II
Sub'd $2,000; . Driv on te IMO .
detcnbed NAPLES GULF TER Homer F Stewart V% HYBRIDS AND SPECIES' black whit Interior. full ROWer. property with
M.H. Davis Properties Inc., to Norman M. and Ann RACE SUBDIVISION' ere entirely 1211 H,inland, Or Naplet. .. Th. brat in "edl,",.. Turnert *ir CO"\, |I4" Call/ Tenth St BOVD Ne REALTORM Ml 1 SIS! your own ear end Comp it
looted within the above detcnbedKKfifc It it their Intention to Rvor O'c"d Gard.ns. T..,"... Larry t>4l, Wood limit any at50rOnly' lit
Richter Glenolden Pa. Lot 20 Blk : : : IH l tf
76 Coinn:
Unit 6
Naples the Clerk of dawn lull
Swned ..- IVA L the Circuit R,v.r O Park Sub'd, $1,000; MM. Davis Properties Inc. to : ..ndWHERE..S. and for Collier County Florid terentier t/l. I 1 I Both' ewmmln: l further Informal conlect:
,it appear that notice the sod name ef .Pine Ridi Pool.d" Shrub ID* D T, Enterpritet Inc
.wheel drive c* en Gull3wnr .t.O '
7 lour
Wanted m Jeep con
Clarence F. and Helen Prater. Hammond, Ind.. Lots 17 of the proceeding the vclme Auto Center under the provident of 12-Help ...'.b''. typo' Run good endreedy Frnl WIt"" Sand INCA ,, P, 0, Bo. 17)
and 18 Blk 79 Unit 6 Park ot portion of Inn plot' have beenpublitned Chapter IWil Law of Florid. Actsof for trip ."...... In Sell
Naples Sub'd$2,000Neo Co your hunting
in The Collier, County '1911Wdnn1' Fuller Brunt he* opening : NAPLES IS PROSPERING -
politan Land Co., Inc., to Raymond T, Smith Lenolr N.wt" !' /* ."'** b" oetion l 22t than handt., too lilt d., for full er perl time mn end Cell. Larry al Wood Chry5lOrPlym.IO .iI II I Bdrm I Beth Brick Veneer. ARE YOU'
and 19230 Florida ; 0' August 1901ROBERT women m Nplo, Our IalotPOOPIO .arpon. Fire .Place, Walk to .PRIME SUBDIVISION/ SITE
N.c.. Lot 1, Blk 5. Naples Twin Lakes $2.000; Collier NOW. THEREFORE BE IT EN. S. HALL *ro vregin, I IN and lea Gate School pppotil" th. MOORINGS" 41crtt
ACTED by th. Bard of HOMER F. STEWART up per week Phono Ft Myor 41-Trucks Tractors .
Dev. Corp. to Roy H. Shellabarger Immokalee Lou Commitionr of Collier. County County,, .I21. M Sept A H. IH4 *?MIN WE ..U... er write,, .P OBo. I Bdrm t Solo. '1. Rm Car.
3 and 4, Blk 13, and Lots 9. 10. 11, and 12. Blk 16, New- Florida. N follow. : 704 ....oI'. Fie I/I lot .ort. utility Rm, Sea view. awnngt .. MR SMALL BUILDER Mere
TRUCKS Beaulilul 10" "'. Oirlent
I That Block I IS in wlr, novl te PClivo '
through in THE COURT OF THICOU"'TY City
market Rd. $2,600. Owner. Trantfared. ..,
; .
Want. Female developmentMR
n"TO:RCl".u'O.: .NAPLES' COLLIER COUNTY' JUDGE FLORIDAIN 13-Help 1"1) ,,,,.".lIon.1 COosus.ralh tellent Condition"

..id plot being of record coli. .5.1001 motor. WHEELER 4 DEALER.
in Plot
COUNTY Book |. pete 4}. ot the Current RE ESTATE OF HELP WANTED IrantpsSn. rnr .nd Good 'New retirement Ave Homo en Mch 71 acre*,, prime, AAAI. per ..
under ConstructionThe
Collier Dev. Corp. to Eugene C. and Mary C. Williams Public. Record ef Coll-r County HERBERT KENGEL FEMALE hold tuc' liltS forms.INS gen only, on* untold ot II New cellonc tract eppnito "Port
Florid* be and the .. Royal and ,ut! below' tooth tieel
( In Sec 9 47 29 : urn It .b)' D0n.ed F.Icn' D.Iuo0 ... Home bull' on inn street ]5
Immokalee. parcel Twp Rge TO ALL CREDITORS AND; PERSONS Wanted ,.._.,111. woman ago Food Bdrtm I Beth, Screen Porch N0yaHarbor Any Itftetlr,

$2,500; First Naples Corp., to Harry E. and Eva N. Board ef I I. County the Intention, Cemmitnoner of the ..to,d HAVING AGAINST. CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS Mr 1045,Opoik mutt Ml know" 1117 typing for Cell op. cir lion '::"I"i14-- Superb lermt.. .oc_ Carport utility. Air condition. WATCH THE SOUTH TRAIL

Ridley. Napervllle. 111., parcel In Sec 18, Twp 49, Rge vacate that portion of Rl"E" of You ond 0005 of ) Oro t.robyHof.N 0.ntmOM Open fund..o'sCARIBBEAN NOW 41 X 20* H mil, *

26, $10.000; Frances E. Bos tick, et al. to Surf Inc.. NAPLES DIVISION' GULF E Sl'. act rNotN = p.N..t ray M.d 'or pool w..,. ... 1717 Of court If yourIadod.. d 01. REALTY. S E of courthoute,I.S. .city water,
at I. contained m Lots claim and demand .",cll rau. or 1COIN.. Nopo.0I . Olds' good credit can Mealier Waki a..pod prof .

Naples parcel In Sec 11. Twp 50, Rge 25, $7.500; Fla. 11 MENT It and CO 'S n. LITTLE NAPLES FARMS IMPROVE accerdini the either..,.of. you of HERBERT moy' have KENGEL o|.1".' A 11WOtro County "., today ,"... INS Truck USA N Trail M25151 .. ,,,... COLD FACT oabNtoday. .

Investment Futures Co., to Lawrence and Mildred Rez- lo plat" thereof recorded in deceated lete, of taid County. lo .. Tu.. Fr. SOl on. V I CMC pick up for l0lHnvy Four I bedroom hornet Oft .
Plat Book 1 pate t. of the current the County Judge of Collier County. "/n... I..need rn.l.5 Itrie fully lendtcaped Iota I
nak. Newark, NJ.. parcel In Sec 19, Twp 50, Rge 33, Public Record of Collier County. Florid. at hit office in the court task ngttsr Ol..r wemn p... Duty V 4NI OMC wOO '10'. "". I vnfurnithed E.. a 14 LU'
$2.000; Calusa Acreage Inc., to William R. and Eleanor Florida and lo relinouith. and it houto of taid County at East Na ferred Apply m "perwn Cerou. *M>l6 l>rt. f JMOE.lr cellenl .buy' for retired prop R.. R r ',okertu
doe hereby ,.hnet..,.". all of the piet Florida. within .It i calendermontht **l Driv In ': Neplet 1.iv.. ." n. nil ..", ,,,... H,"'" I' NonbNapIN
J. Chesbrough. Elgin, 111.. parcel In Sec 30, Twp r,|ht. of Ito, Public m and te dedicated from the time oIt.. ,,"' //' If Duly V 4001enforced OMC r. Out 117 SOf Corl And....... MI I '1..
ttreett conKmed ," uch of ton notice Two frame 5.avy frets 21411 N .wrlls Polo, Nv.r I. It t1
50 34 $1,300 Calusa Acreage Inc. to Heinz and publication Woman lor altereliont fine la
Rge ; of to,.. IfS
portion teid out' Copes of each claim, or demand. end roil. an la S40M If For
diet Confidential trailer .
Hlldegard Kltt and Karla Witt. Chicago parcel In Sec I. The! the Clerk of the Circuit, thai! ton/ .writing, and than halo lot shop 17)7 Aft Collier County Write Royal .Palm Dr immaculate era Iractt or hometite I", ttr.over Sere
30. Twp 50. 34. 1300. Court .".11 record a certified copy the piece of ,..,".ne. and Post of Newt *'l IM plui log and Hat tu. CBS home New wall t* .wall trecit wlh541.,., ,I) and
Rge of th>t Resolution 'in th. Public tice addrett of the claiment. and. carpel. 1 beth den and I utilily load! Other b'g >.... Irecli
Silvio M. Lupone Tr.. to Silvio M. and Yena M. Lu- Record. of Collier County. Flonde. shall be .wrn te by the cleimant Wanted MaU LUFF CMC INC room Miny eitret MAR |7( down |20 per mvnth end
4 Thit 4-Help .
Resolution thall take ef and. 411 Itll" NeNeplet ,
agent attorney accompanied LOWE 4 BECK. 411 tth Ave up Open 1"".*,\ .M".. Madison Conn. parcel In Sec 24 Twp SI Rge 25 font '''''''ed..ly' ..... ,, Fl.
pone. upon '10 by a filing fee b000 dollar .nd T South. Ml t ..UIU..will IW R..It.. //I/ w. If
Ronald DATED inn fho lot doy .f ..,. such 'aim or demand not to NIN5hatl Stock bG6.'L pp f $7,000; Silvio M. Lupone Tr., to C. Whitman I.n.b.r. A 0 1901I b1 t"ran. |gtt HO.aII ..0101I1 'y nONe 10 ACRE TRACT

Clinton Conn. parcel In Sec 24, Twp 51, Rge 25. $7. HEREBY CERTIFY foot the THE'LMA KENGEL .01.. Shopping Center- -____ On new. pripoted ttete hlway
bov* Retoiution wi duly patted A* eiecutni, o101 Loot Retired er .."' .retired man 4S-Trailers For RentTreilert OPEN FOR INSPECTION. I Clot in Priced under the
000; Silvio M. Lupone Tr., to Charles M. and Margaret bY'''' Board of County Commotion. W.Iand Tenement ef wanted fpr retail punt tier and. 1 Bedraom hornet en llth mi.let

L. Stone Guilford Conn., parcel In Sec 24, Twp 51. art' ., Collier Collier County Flonda.n Neplet HERBERT KENGEL 10''" Full or pert time work / fa week. with TV, Av50 katwten. 7th t Ith JOHN WOOD A Ai.oxl.Uit
County, Florida. deceeted
on E porence! necettery Send ret 5ia week Specet It a W4.k St* Kneed from III IM teI1M
Rge 25. $7,000; Silvio M. Lupone Tr., to Robert S. and September I. |1964 PARKS EMERSON reiff air COU" Rock Creek Trr.ler Ink. 117.100 tlh Arc S Ml 2 UM
/GEORGE DEWEY POLLY Attorney! for the "Iire16HelpAvaitabU I,to.,
Doris S. Hawthorne et al, Arlington. Va., parcel In See Chairman. Board of Ettate of Herbert Kngel DOWN |7| per month buy OuN1 d..l 11 .croa 504M r

24, Twp 51, Rge 25. 7000. ATTEST.M.o.rot Collor County: County Committioner Flen." Naplet DeceatedMi 5th Florid Avenue, South 48-Apti. For Rent neet I lin, Court I SR home North al Ntplet I7M/ Soar' County RNilyWM y5,7 w 5I'f

T lcott. CI.kLJ. /Benjamin, 0 .Park 7 ladiet available' lor meidwork I Bedroom Aprtmnt, Larg. DOWN not Irecit elate .. Neelet
". f" or cook | Inn. room end panty of cup' MI reed N... aoif courte
1 BR Coconut
W.R. Bigham to Philip N. and Jean A. Keyes, Naples, $.pt. 2Nd .271 Sept' .. n.! 10. 27 IH4 .I7I horn or motel CallnOL1tld; boird Ipice Refr', Motor 4 buy Grove trade inA It* down lit per month
15122 In1m01.IN tan sn Reng furnithed, Air Cool. MARLOWE 4. <<
parcel In Sec 10. Twp 51. Rge 26, $14,000; Philip N. Ii,;;;. -.IIj'l, t,00ar 4. 5nar 'n "NapIN Park ROYAL HARBOR Lary. I ".. 10 MI 7 $BECK Ill 411 tlh

Keyes to W.R. Bigham. Naples parcel In Sec 10, Twp wdh The. r.ICI: will a.' I omond.d plena tat.by notice COapt.r that 151135.by virtue Low,ef of Chapter larda.. 17 1141 to. C.II 101I1 'U07 SIll If OR f '.'h w4O family- room. 1/64 tan TOUra If

card of County Commm.onert of Collier Florid, de 5...."44 .,'.11. ....111. .......
County eau
51, Rge 26, $14,000; Emil J. Stan to Welton and LouiseE. PUBLIC NOTICE |7t IM no CO".I tool A .. 500d Under 61-Income
ertam improvement Sprue 4 Jffrten Street I invmon. /nOmOA Sub Fare | NIT opts Efh.., Property
M&ell. Deerfleld Beach parcel in Sec 31, Twp {1, : at outlined below: and that Carton atteumcnt'openy lo abutting con TV. Air Good 741 4th .CtrOOCl, 117.100 n DoIpOn R00d
Bakst St. ownr yt rmin unpaid du* te lhir dir ,e pay ta.3year NOTICE OFREGISTER INTENTION TO Oaf So Ml" 24/41 only Owner mutt tell I* ...../ Motel
26 Role Cousins Joseph
Rge $6,000; Philip to ..it**.mnt through th. Tat Roll over e period el five ISI) at FICTITIOUS, NAME tf1.* J. *J 'eom epertment on
Mo., parcel in Sec 6, Twp 51. Rge 32. $1.200; Collier /t5.. ,",.,*.,. Th. wndr*.gndt doe "*,.11, ..,. SABLE SHORES APTS. WILLIAM" Builder B STONE INC COllnr' Cooly RooSyr70 ,
Now, the "public will tlh* further .....'C. ,,,., ell as.n.m0Mtoot fy thet the n onductirg Pub. > wta62Business
Acres Inc., to Ferd A. Aumlller W. Palm Beach par- .mm unpaid at the end of ton adv.rlunt period will, 50 g yen togmtl licity butmn al pi**. Florid Ml 2 41" U Tenth Si No Ml MMIfinutnt

cel In Sec 15 Twp 51. Rge 33. $1,300; Fla. Sunshine to. Colder County Ti. Attettor end lient tneret* created taid under the f ctitieuiNAPLES :.:im* *f Kony. IIIuof act Arora 'v. band ) bedroom. 1 Property
p'oprtyl.l) until ttid henttl ar* paid Ih full NEWSREYNOLDS BUREAU Daft largo porch centre) air

Acreage, Inc.. to Edward Lewis Jersey City NJ.. par- STREET .PAVING ASSESSMENTS. SPRUCE' STREET ENTERPRISES EBB condition .....*. dithwethertlove Tra,,I ',.nl.|_ iTmrormST*
INOMAH SUBDIVISION' end that son) firm a composed 0' TIDE APTS. refriperetar ell lormi Between Nepl** and Merc Its
Mi In Sec 20. Twp 51, Rge 33, 1300. Total the following pe,_. .11.. namot Weekly Monthly Seeton c./tO.n 571010 ay Loma. land TurnsOp.. Sundayt

Fla. Sunshine Acreage Inc., to Barney and Hannah "report? Owner Let Ned( ) Ilk, Me Attmntmerican and .place of reanlow .oncot *r* a* fol Modern urnithd .fIC ien.i.. MARLOWE t. IECIt 641 kt Coll,er County R..", III.wt tlButinn
Lagoon, Aye So Ml. MHM !
Feldman, Skokie 111. parcel In Sec 19, Twp 51, Rge 34, I 1 IU9M' Mr* Dens R.ynate. KeOy "d 4 bedroom apt I.* Napln "/ t f 11OPEN .

$1,300; Fla. Sunshine Acreage Inc.. to Frank and Sophie/ rJJ5."o: I 1 0 47 I l/ 114 17/t ArOnu. SOUtORoborl 11.felf Cemm.rc.el Tre.l Property,, ..

Woods. Chicago parcel In Sec 19, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1, M CHjnnSTREET Brownranchon ,11411 141 I Ut 121 H M BUREAU Owoor.0q o n of ..NAPLES>w. NEWS ,.enc.et Oar meet"' er HOUSE neble Ill a. IIJ Price loop-el Or* vary r.I*..
owner will
300; Fla. Sunshine Acreage. Inc.. to Charles I. and Helen' .PAVING ASSESSMENTS JEFFERSON STREETINOMAH II Mr i* my Dor:: :*:.o id t** IftO* 2 Month tUtf or 'THIS MI 2 UM MOttLi Ml Sunday 1 1-5 con.... Trdm.( for .c.**,*.

R. Baker. Deerfleld. 111., parcel In Sec 19. Twp 51, Rge SUBDIVISION Clerk of ,40aMGncu4 Court10h. -fOR RENT"- Drwo by and mop ct ISO near Open Sunday' tCARIBBEAN
Repo N W,5t.1 17. II REALTY
It It 0 20000N Collier County Florida te .. new 1 Bedraom I Beth home of
34, $1,300; Fla. Sunshine Acreage. Inc., to Curt and E00.. A. R.u, H 121 Mt nter the sad "..... ol New duplei/ *ptt 1 Bedroom Minclion el Ill. Rudder Reed Reotter
R.I... H H MMa NAPLES BUREAU 1 Dots eech neer beech 4 17SN.. Trail. Ml P IIMCCMMCRClAL
NEWS The Moorinft Thit ..,
Roma Bile, Bethlehem Pa., parcel In Sec Twp 82, ClOy,,. M. Mu2.S H ** o* REYNOLDS ENTERPRISESIOARO center ,Ideal, for teechert WIrnth / hem i* loaded with euro cuM fee

Rge 32. $1,300.Albert OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS under |h* provLw ..,,_ of ChepterAct .Doo.Nn,1.t1? if ...,,"M/d..y Call 2 Mr un turn toot ....U d o 64111, at fail. irewma; area lot. Belter 41.160' tn.e IN.

K. Rles to Irene H. Phlpps, Davenport Fla., SEAL) Cottier County Florid 2511 w4nn ef 554 Florid. inn' 'Otll* of 457 IMI.'. ., 2 JIM .rtr t pm act OIl III fOlf.MA.S***; Efcellent BOYD alma KttltortLIli < .l.fete 115,5 .....111. earner
:t 00.0.04* Iin tO1 properly todeyl Price tll.Mt'
In Sec 7 52. 33. $1,200 Collier Acres Margaret T Scott. Clerk 'u gust. ,
parcel Twp Rge ; St At.
By R. W batty. Deputy Clerk, DOlt" REYNOLDS './.. ". A.r Conditioned I M 15t7 1 oritm
Inc.. to Jerry and Julia Schulman. Bridgeport Com.. Sept" t. U 21 27 1M4 on7 'U, n II. ..", I. 11. 1144 .n, Bedroom Apt Near' beech 4 I 154100", 1 1.15 ..n fVIa'sed LUCIllE OTTS -F VIRGILUARCUM
In Sec 53. 33 $1.300 Collier Acres -. UN per month /'" randtoil ''Ill Royal him. O. tll It JAEGER- NOBI WRIOMTOf
parcel 3. Twp Rge ; 203'2 t/l PHIL KEVEt
L.',. pie i...>t } bedroom. I
Inc.. to Charles J. Tracey Jr.. APO. N.Y.. parcel In beth haute. furn or unfurn ecel'eiH >. DEWEY POLLY

Sec 3. Twp 53, Rge 33. $1,300; Paollta Stations Estates 49-Hout, For Rent locil.en I tM IH

Inc., to Maude Beckley, W. Hollywood parcel In Sec 21, .PRIVATE SALE REALTY
Who Can Do It ? NO BROKERS
Twp 53, Rge 34. 1950. RENTALS,1OUSEL Ownr mutt tell three' bedroom

Paollta Stations Estates Inc., to Shirley Recchla. et al, 1, beth Centril home m heel THE end MOORiNGS *.r.' Goo CNnor D..y.f IN PNIy A.I .. "N......A

W. Hollywood parcel In Sec 21. Twp 53, Rge 34. Sl.950. APARTMENTSFURNISMED. toM4So.1 clrpt.4 'h....'.. Tamam' 'Trad

Paollra Station Estates. Inc., to Guy and Kathleen Rec ...'U."IO. out ..k"C.capl"_2 includ bedroom.ng ..*_Compiete .1 M5134"

chla. W. Hollywood parcels In Sec 21, Twp 53, Rge 34, These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Lines. YEAR SEASONJ .porch nd d>*paved hwther drivewey, N.ce sOd tedded 65-Gen. Red| Estate

$5,395. w. DYCHES. REALTOR loan ........ MI 1414. .,.r OANyAINS. ANYONE'
PM 5,7f

They are EOUI ED/
[ Read t the Want Ads I .... 58-Lots For SaleMtaiDtNTiAk mtn. '. ....''hl. |lt.SO*. Mel" ...

I ANSWERING SERVICE ROOFING SEAWALLS t Bdrm* lit I lath per me FurnitKodHem loT -TTTTjI' ,.,

On L.... en corner Reck Creek area m /I Myirs BaM1r1' 17 .....
I Bdrm ,ft...." Hem.. Car ;'ce ft..h__ .Priced ., off McGNN Ilvd, ooa/ Cap
tl90t for .u.eo ai"* c..t B.eo. 011 Jnar CelIo -
Teeen. antwenng terv{tK fcoeH BRITE'tereted w th o..vs vd1 SEA WALLS ...B--1'-: .. "... K... oVs'.'" ,. .hood ..,... OMy $Ud54uS.
NAPLES *...... ...... welt00 tact. act HIT BNa.hn pro Con ..nfurni.hd. Open LUCILLE MAPJCUM VIRGIL to,,,,..
541/1 al rpm NOBLE WRIGHT
cpaco end recep **r xe etl.mate Sunder
II 'cre e* Hk
CaN 14)51 .
ROOF Foundation Piles c.I" '" RAL'Iul.tout
4 way. n* mil* from Wale Road
CO. DEWEY POLLY IM MM par acre. Term wny

whatever In th jrijotrllfind Docki-Moonng Whips 119E y lAI., W. 1.51 0 wit

RADIATOR REPAIRS tAOEh .Aulomal dr.**<.* 1 I bedraom Iwo horn |..t REALTY 550 oast 0.0114.. U ft .l4.Nt.o .
New Year Round Daily Schedule ABBOTT month winter |M mo *..mmr ,,, III ,... /r.m Joo.o M.'
Owner en eremite by modal M,.....'. $715 tool.Ar. .
Rdi Road A inn Itt "'th A.e. Mipiete'e Gee D*.ey Posy ...".* Sao g drsool 5y GNIa
Napier, To Miami Ac Repair .> 111 litbdrm Corner ef IM Ave Ne 4. Gala I.aloo

Get tank repaired weld.ng 2M42 2 1U 244M ....' Tamiemi Trail
.rft.tned tan
7.45 A.M. I 11:30 A.M. 3.45 PM.: ....M oaanuy.aI ca,oort e* private. ...... w Can. M14)3I l J.III not bore foe my noaHhYeu .
I ..: delivery l inderton. Ml" t 5016415 tf Se..,,oe. ......,..* Corner .M cen get the boot c.o_
voA Dev. MI22H J near new M, S Schati. County Real I...,. mvewmeolb
Miami To NapUt900AM. SEAWALLS 117* llth STREET v.T.H'f': lite*. w* ,.!. $.101. P4E Comm. to mi office. TODAY .
; it faster in the1.WHNTJIK 1 I bedroom, I Oats I **" I,7> If a/27 too Ito
: 215P.M. 5:00 P.M. and ROCK GROINS one fill Call I'll "/1' toN

(I. e....... **..ell., deck r0' M5071: t/1 tO *.. R (. rotor
CeMoerttoM ...] Reorritio to (., pojiat Ua wrW ; 111 Itll" No.Nlylee .
piss one fOin 2 bdr* m fumiened eoilege 2 Fl I.
W.N .41.. th. ..
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beech K.IT .
NAPLES AIRLINES % batesrep" p.r
CALL THE NEWS FOR YACHT BROKERAGE IARATIIONDREDGING ave,tei,* until Do* I Adult inM M Aoxalano52T 60-:Insurance)
14I I */* H ** ri>
N.pW. Airport CeMMrM I Mi .l Alr.**t RUBBER STAMPS. c.- CO. W,H rent tell or ,.... furnntnedhomo t .mow they lad TeurpnMd w .*. N Mr. fca"ub5sr: *

MI 2..414 "E UlII Commercial Printing Fps = N'r .L-Fro/n 3YIN Dree*,*, DraJU NorthM horn,*..., Beech for .00544' tar ..,, |1M<. C.II, : txz..
comperebio HI Neple
CIT TJckrt .ffk. Ni,'U. Tf* *l Af*.* 4 c...'. Ttufi Tops . Brea .pS 540R,0M31710 CMwC/aR" kin ...* DOl''.' *erk. CaOoysO ten... Gen Menager JOHN. WOOD AMOO.UI liraJAEOIR 11. tfwJSh"Ml
AIr.4n"'" wood Chrytier piymouin2 MJ lilt A.... a. Ml |.;m I7M*
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COLLIER COUNTY NW, Nipltt. : $"nd.y, S.pUmb.r 6, l 1964 public could have shrugged\ off tlon or quietly grieve Less than of the accused assassin,
Reaction To Death Of JFK the tragedy Or, "would we one In five could carry on normal Harvey Oswald The report oil1
have been surprised, when the activities dj "About one-third speMfl..
Nikita Flies Friday rtlttttd\ a manifesto of alleged assassin was revealedas In the four days between as. ly stated their sorrow that I I1t
Independence.The an active leftist with a Rus.slan sasslnatlon and funeral, nearly had been deprived of
manifesto was written by wife, If the !public had re. half of the people interviewed trial." -i
To Moscow After Italian Communist leader Pal. Showed Political MaturityLOS ponded to the event with a vast reported trouble sleeping. About
mlro TogUattl Just before he wave of antLCommunlst hya. the same number had a loss of A school in
died last month In the Soviet tarts?" appetite Conn is attended by blind
Slap At ChinaP V lon. Togllattl suggested that ANGELES (AP) Less the American publl remarkable demonstration of The psychologists said, how. A "great maJority" also ex. children: from 68 communities)
the world's Communist parties than two hours after It hap. ed," given Friday to the political maturity and fun. ever, "It gratifying to be able pressed regret over the sUung In the state
R A. G U E, CzechoslovakiaAP should have the freedom to pened, 92 per rent of Americanshad meeting of the American; t good sense of the to report that none of these |
( ) Soviet Premier Khru. make their own policies heard of President John F. chologlcal Allo lation. people." reactions was characteristic of --- -- I
hchev Hew back to Moscow Saturday Kennedy's assassination. It was prepared by Drs. The UA public could have more than a very tiny fraction
after a nine day visit Of 1,400 adults Interviewed, B. Sheatsley and Norman ')onded "In a number of' of the American publl"."
to Communist Czechoslovakia nine of 10 experienced one or Bradburn of the National . ways," the re. Most persons said then IJ
highlighted by a blistering attack Hold New Nuclear more of 15 physical symptoms Ion Research Center at . suggested. Political dropped whatever they were do.
on hit Communist Chinese during the four days climaxedby University of Chicago could have shown lug to listen to radio.television Au ED14Y
adversaries, Test UndergroundWASHINGTON the funeral "The vast tide of public as"a A vfolence-sated I reports, discuss the assassins
In a farewell speech at Prague Two.thirds "felt very nervous which welled
up upon the "
Airport, Khrushchev said his (AP) A and tense." slnatlon of President K nn. DAVIT LYD. MI 23441
talks with Czechoslovak presl. nuclear device was exploded A majority felt ort of dazed among rich and .
dent and party chief, Antonln Friday at the Atomic Energy and numb." and foe in all part'of poor the ALLIED I SERVICE co.
Novotny, one of his staunchest Commission's underground test At some period most people- try '- was probabl MtnJry Orrf"Ci; < / Srrrici Servicing all makes of Major Appliances
supporters In the feud with Pe. site In Nevada. It was the 14th men and women -cried. dented in history," the INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL Commercial and omf.ti lI.rrlll.alion F ulp.
king, confirmed "absolute such test announced this year These are highlights of a They said they ) b.- ,
agreement and complete unity," and the first since Aug 28. rei.,rt, "Assassination< how public's regard
the official Czechoslovak news response to Its grlel "'r< Mi 2.3696 1175 Pine St f Naples, Fla.

agency CTK reported.
"There exist cordial relations
between our countries and na.Uons ENJOY ,.
between our parties and w
governments..." Khrushchev de. '
4a THE
clared. ,1
Closed I
"Together with you, we are HAPPY -
proud of the victories achievedby
the people of Czechoslovakia '
In building up Its new life. We UDL DIFFERENCE Mon; '

are sincerely happy to see your WHERE'
country getting stronger and r ,
more beautiful every day. We M A R K e LABOR Proi-*
were glad to listen to great, ere* ; SHOPPING \ / HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE
alive plans In our talks with
your leading representativesspokesman ISA .

agriculture.of" your Industry and # PLEASURE DAY x tfeBEEFtfotNEEDS: ; LESS COOKING TIME !

Thousands of Czechoslovaks ,
cheered him and his motorcadeto
the airport was showered d
with flowers, CTK said.A .
joint communique was pub.
fished later Saturday.In & ; r Chuck Steaks 59c
speech here Friday night,
he repeatedly referred to the
Chinese as "wreckers' and
accused them of "playing Into
the hands of the Imperialist
forces." Short Ribs 49c
"It is well known," he thuiu
dered. "that the leaders of e
the Chinese Communist partydo bt;+ .e f 1
not want to remove differ t

ences.certain This a was statement other uttered Communist which In connectionwith chided lead (frv; : )r Ground Beef 49c

ers reluctant to attend a world. l
wide communist conference In $ n p
Moscow to settle the Peking. A F ; "
Moscow feud.
His statements were regarded \ r, eN ,
by political observers as being
partially directed at the big act .
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/ TALLAHASSEE- Important : .. SECTION B N.pll, Flo, Sundry. Sp*.mbw 1, IU4
dates on Florida' hunting caleii ):
dar for the 1964-65 .
season,as set "
by the Game and Fresh Water Shopping
Fish Commission,are follows: ; }\ ..J Center to be built by the Bonita Gulf Corporationat
September 5 Marsh hen sea. an estimated cost of 750000. Target date for
son opened state-wide. the opening has been set for September, 1965.
October 3 First phase dove R / Architect Richard W. Morris, AIA.Plan .
season opens.November Y III .lest MA.f r A ..M 9
8 -First phase dove wrra ,
2.314 aN season closes. -<<<
November 13 Marsh hen season -

November closes. 14 Deere turkey Center
squirrel, and quail season opensIn Shopping
First, Second,Fourth and Fifth
Conservation Districts. Second

phase seasons November dove open, snipe 21 state-wide.- Deer and woodcock, turkey rA.a1i11, _.. -au. l" --6.M On Bonita Beach RoadThe

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squirrel and quail season opens
In. Third Conservation District. Bonita Gulf Corporation tutlon a professional building
headed by Lee Foster as presl. a "white table cloth" restaur
and November coot 25 Duck, goose Judge Stanley dent and associate, Dr. Russell ant, and about S3 spaces for
hunting opens state Labor's Tribulations Echo in
wide. SongBy Grant have announced plans for mall retail stores.

i November 29 Second phase Blames a shopping center to cover about The (730,000 shopping center,
ParentsFor '
dove season closes. 71acres at the intersection of Foster said, when completed will
\ December 19 Third phase ROBERT COCIINAR -, -. Beach Road and Michigan Avenue offer regular employment for
dove season opens. DelinquencyMost In Bonita Springs. about 100 residents, with a JumpIn
January 2 Snipe and wood. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Land clearing on the tract has this number of 13 or 30 durIng .

cock season closes.January cases of delinquency are The rich and tempestuous Iww.SONGS: : started and construction of the the winter Mason. He estl.
j buildings will follow In the near mated the payroll may reach one
3 Deer season clos. caused by a lack of parental d1 a. history of the American labor
es In First, Second Fourth and clpllne during the formative movement, replete with colorful future Foster said, with com half million dollars yearly
Fifth Conservation Districts. years of the child, County Judge characters and events, to > pletlon targeted for September Foster hat been associated
Turkey season closes in First Richard M. Stanley told some can be traced by reviewing 1065. with hi* wife In Foster' Build
Second and Fifth Conservation 10 fellow Lions and their guests the wealth of ballads, anthems Foster said plans call for a ing and Realty Corp., for the last
Districts. Duck, goose and coot Tuesday noon at the regular noon and ditties the movement major food chain drug store, six year with office on Bonita
season closes. meeting of the club at the Plcca. has inspired in the last TO FAN THE FLAMEJ OF variety store, a lending Insti. Beach.

January -Third phase dove dilly Pub. 100 years DISCONTENTTHE
Junior Editors
season closes. Far too often parents let a Popularized by the present Quiz on-
January 16 Special wild hog child grow without proper dls. wave of professional folk
archery hunt in FlsheatlngCreek elpllne until he Is Involved In a singers and known and sung t PREACHER AND THE SLAVE TREESQUESTION I
Wildlife ManagementAreaopens. Juvenile problem and has to be
January 17 Deer and turkey brought before the Juvenile court, by millions of Americans, By Jo Hill AlL Tn3V
season closes In Third Conser. he explained.! these simple songs, viewed (Tunes and B ." tING
"Sweet,py* > ) o
historically, tell a moving SUMMER. ,
vatlon District. Judge Stanley stressed the fact V ;
story Although this musicno Long-haired, Brenrhort" rome out every night
January 28 Turkey season In that considering the size of Col.
longer holds v Try to toll you what' wrong and what's right) '""
Fourth Conservation District clo. lier County and Its population a prominent But ,.htn ailed how oui omcthinr to aat fun
the percentage of Juvenile cases place in the activities of labor They will. answer with" veins .e awwtl
ses.January 31 Special wild hog ITOuliinn court discipline Is unions, it was once probably
archery hunt in FlsheatlngCreek quite small when compared with the single I thread which CHORUS j

Wildlife Management Area clo. other Counties throughout the na.ion. bound workers together. You will oat, bye' and bye, ,
ses. ( ., Unlike most hymns and patriotic In that ilorioui Und above th iky) ;
February 28 Quail and squir. Work and pray, live on hay,
t union
He gave credit for this recordto songs songs You'll m the die.
ref gt pie akywhen you
season closes statewide. Sheriff C.A.: (Doug) Hendry were usually composed by
March 13 Spring turkey gob 1 and his deputies and their work amateurs to suit a particular ..... _ I
bier season opens south of State with the Junior Deputies League occasion. More often than
Road 50.March. and especially to Deputy SheriffJohn not, they were simply new SINGER AND THE SONG: The late Woody Guthrie probably the last of America's strolling .

27 -Spring turkey gob. Roger who handles and words to an older melody. minstrels, wrote many of labor's favorite songs. During the '30s and '40s he traveled

bier season opens north of State follow up the Juvenile cases. I I throughout the country singing at union meetings Much music was written for the Inter.
March 50. 28 Spring turkey gob. The Judge also paid tribute to According to labor histor national Workers of the World (the "W bbl1ea") during the late 19th century, At right Is ha
"the countless public spirited t
bier season closes south of State ian Philip S. Foner. the men one of the I.W.W. song sheets.
citizens who give so freely of
Road 50.April and women who created this
their time in .
11 Spring turkey gob. facilities providing and guidance recrea.ttonal for music reflected every aspect See them marching on. Many songs 'are now being stormy'' early days of the
bier season closes north of State the youngsters." of life in the mines, mills, factories All the tyrants now are discovered In old union news-''labor' movement
Road 50.Shooting. shops and farms where shaking, papers. Popular folk singersare .
Lt hour for all resident they labored. Foner says: Ere their power is gone. bringing more and more s.... .,,,.a ... lp ,.e., tea. "r.a.e
e e game are from one-half hour "They told in their songs of them to the attention of Unit" inxd. y h/t.." .....,.. /
CHORUS W M Art run O't" Mrl flu- r
:: K <
before sunrise to one.tialf hour of the agony of miserable the public, giving a new gen. ;act *.!<., auryNeMd r SIBrmftJnf BUT NOT
S after sunset. Shooting hours for Planned Crash long hours for pitiful wages "Storm the fort, ye Knightsof eration a glimpse of the Mw fc, ,... AM ...fi rtjwfutMf, ey. pwmill All CAlie ,lFCR '
all migratory game except dove of unsanitary and dangerous Labor, **. WINTER '""'
are from sunrise to sunset; for Of Air Plane working conditions and of the Battle for your cause; .
dove the legal hours are from horrors of unemployment. Equal rights for every neigh.

12:00 noon to sunset. But. equally Important, they bor : Why don't evergreens drop thtlrnttdlts.
Hunters should check their Called SuccessPHOENIX fang of the fighting spirit of ,Down with tyrant laws." in the
summary of hunting rules and the workers and of their determined . .# e 7 .vlr''k: .. fall
regulations for special regula Arts CAP) Test struggles to Im f.'Whlcn Side Are You On'" -' f r-o
tlons and local exceptions. Hunt. official estimate the planned prove their conditions i is a miner's written in ANSWER: Evergreens belong to a very,ancient group of
ing licenses are required to hunt crash of a Super Constellation through organization. 1932 during the song bitter struggles / ,4t plants called "gymnoapermi" which are related because their
all resident and airliner Thursday was "80 to seeds formed
migratory game. 95 in llarlan County, Ky. are In a similar way. Print of such plants are
Duck stamp is required to take per cent survivable" An early song was "Hold At least a dozen miners were found In rock which dale far back In our planet history.
ducks and geese and a public hunt The unmanned four.englne the Fort," written in the killed. Some of the verses Having flourished so long on earth, evergreen must be Very
wildlife management areas. airliner with 21 life-etzed dum. 1880s when the old Knightsof read i successful living thing Among present day evergreen are
m y passengers aboard. Labor had close to a mil. :; the biggest tree and the tallest tree; also the oldest evergreen
+r a, ploughed l off the end of a run. lion members. From these "Come all you good workers, ere laid to be the oldest living thing
way at Phoenix Deer Valley workers rose the militant Good news to you I'll tell t j ill illz The narrow needle or leave are one of the evergreen
Lt i'r'urWj,50 Airport at about 110 miles per cry: Of how the good old union u tree's greatest asset*. Since all green leave make plant food
hour. Has come in here to dwell. with the aid of sunlight, such narrow leave enable the sunlight
Obstacles knocked off the "Toiling millions now are M vr '+ to filter through a mass of foil..*and reach all of them.
landing gear shredded and waking. "My daddy was a miner In winter the broad leaves of other tree present too much
crumpled both wings and broke And I'm a miner's eon surface to the cold for the leave little food factories to operate .
the alrplan bark In three r ---- 'wS And I'll stick with the union ; result they fall from the item and the tree become
t ,V places before it ground to a halt 'Til every battle's won." dormant until the next spring But the evergreen's thin, leathery
near the top of a email, 150.foot ,, I k leave are not so affected by the cold so they remain
hill. making food for their tree all winter long
One union still
1 f ? popular .
Despite the
battering, the today among civil rights
F WI fuselage remained essentially demonstrators is "We Shall FOR YOU TO DO: Look closely at an evergreen twig on a
,\ Intact. Inside most dummies Not Be Moved The spritely sunny day. Notice how cleverly th.l..vller.arranaed M that
stayed In their seats. melody is coupled with pow. each con gel lea share of energy from the sunlight
1 One Infant doll was secure In erful words. The first verse
; its basitne't carrier but anoth.
er had been dumped out. Two
patients were still snug In their 'We shall not, we shall not WP.

experimental litters and crewmen be moved i4,1fte c.
were seated We shall not we shall not be GARDEN SURPRISE I Thl.l.epuckeredpiekteem : Li/inn, retailor
r r y Victor Rothe, head of Aviation moved tho garden of Mr*. Lynda Funt ,In Minneapolis. One
A Safety Engineering and Research Just like a tree that's standing could have fun Imagining' whet I II the tomato's espreulon.HEADQUARTERS Presents
by the water *
which onriurted the ex.
pertinent, said five to 10 seats We shall not be moved

: S would have been lost because of Union songs were still f
4S.z a major rupture In the fuselage composed as late as the
__ about 15 feet from the nose 1 1940s, when the CIO was on
The object of this test and amore
SHAKESPEAREAN Thisis the move That master strolling
spectacular one last April the Romeo a hat named minstrel the late Woody
was to gather data and test for that famous Shakespear Guthrie. wrote "Got To Join ,r
equipment to find out how ean character.. Do you think the Union" for the CIO and ; .
crashes can be made more *urvlvabl this London design will sang it at union meetings
*. catch on? throughout the country For aoag
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SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 5 P.M. Lincoln

800 BANYAN BLVD. 'Jitt ?tapla ?lo cad Oppose-

mtnt Vallandlfham.theOhJoCop.
BY LON K. SAVAGEOne perhead who had been expelled

By Anne L. Bowes straneest Pl"cal from the United States earlier
of the
hiStory In the war, wangled a position
convention in America's on the party's platform commit.tee .
100 years
to an end
T.I' came and rammed through a mo.
,, ago this week lutlon that was fraught with
'\ ':''I'" ( National Convention con.
The Democratic 29 troversy The war, it declared,
Iip'tf.l;. '" had assembled was a failure and should be ter.
normal purpose
In Chicago with the ,
mlnated Immediately
.. a
; of nominating candidateto
Lincoln inthe From there,the convention set.
oppose Abraham election and to tied down to the nomination, and
November It went as predicted George
,write the party's platform. But B. McClellan, the handsome
:jehlnd the scenes of the convention -
whom Lincoln
young: general had!
Incredible plot
an almost cashiered after two years of
.y United
unfolded to
and to estab- fighting, was nominated for the
States authority
He was
Presidency a convent
lish a Northwest Confederacy
tlonal Democrat-not
a Copper.
In what Is now America's Mid.
head by any means- and he had
rki S of thousands of sold
west.The the support !
convention attracted a con.
had served under
lers who him.
of Northerners
C Klomeratlon Ohio Congressman George H.
opposed Lincoln's war policies:
Pendleton was nominated for
.r Copperheads, who favored attend
Vice President.
to if it meant recognition *
JACKSON LAKE stretches 14 miles alontf the war of even Southern Independence; And thereupon, the Copperhead

toes of the Tetons Snows often. fall on mountainsin Constitutionalists who saw their movement collapsed. McClellan,
and Lin- In accepting the nomination on
July August freedoms eroding under
September 8, Immediately dls.
coln's men who
war measures;
claimed the "peace plank" of
opposed emancipation of the
the platform. As a man whd
4 1 nia'1' and members pf the secret
had fought In dozens of battles
"Sons of Liberty" who had hatch-
he could not, for the life of
ed up the scheme for a Northwestern
R !. Confederacy. him, accept his party's Inference
that the fighting had been In vain
And hardly had the convention
," r ended when the North was fill
k Into this group came one
Y ed with talk of
LBeautifully victoryat
Thomas H. Hlnes, a Confeder.
Atlanta, victory at Mobile
ate captain who dropped In from
Canada In civilian clothes with Say, and coming up, victories

80 fellow Confederates Secretly Virginia.
Furnished Model Hines conferred with lead. Next week Sheridan wins in
I tt d Shenandoah Valley.
era of the "Sons of Liberty"
and listened eagerly to stories
I of thousands of Northernerswho,
It was said, would rise againstthe [PET DOCTOR

&t414a could.Lincoln -government if they ay A W. M.tl.r, D.V.M,

MANY ATTRACTIVE well-kept camp-sites dot Hines' plan was to organize

the Teton National Forest and Grand Teton National some sort of Copperhead army,

Park Provisions are made to keep horses set Confederate prisoners free
nearby. from the prison camps around
Chicago, add them to his army
and to war against the United
FIRST WITH MORE LIVING AREA FOR LESS MONEY The most beautiful national Whether you've ever strad- States. -

park In the United States Is dled a horse or not, Grand Te- There was one big flaw in the

the Grand Teton. Its sudden ton Park is the place to ride. plans Hines was dead serious

The upthrust of mountains clear Treat yourself to a bright western about It, but the "Sons of LI.
Family Home with rocky lakes, abundance of wild shirt in Jackson,then a pair berty" apparently meant to do

E, BUILT| ? U.S. STEEL life and unique vegetation makeIt of cowboy boots and drive up no more than talk about it. As
the pearl of parks. Once to Colter Bay. Lucky Pelton time passed, Hines found the Cop.

the Heart visited, the traveler will alwaysuse has an excellent String of sad perheads eager conversation
of Steel BUILT WITH STEEL STUDS It as a point of comparison dle and pack horses and there alists, but when it came time to [

be It to the Swiss Alps, are more than 200 miles of put up or shut up, the Copper.

the Himalayas or the Chilean trail within the Park. Somehowthe heads shut up. I
Hines finally asked for only
Lake District. smell of sagebrush and the
500 Copperheads with which to
-I---- As a mountain range,the Te- sight of snow atop the moun- start, and even they were not Q. My miniotueF.nchPoo-

BATH UTILITY BWCAKTASTOR tons are very Impressive. Ages tains are accentuated by the forthcoming. Finally, he slipped die chew the fur on hit legs and
ago, the earth's crust separatedand slow sashaying of your mount. away Into oblivion, and the
NOOKKITCHEN ot the end of kit on. He olio
a gigantic block of rock I remember taking a three- plan fell apart.
fli emerged and tilted to the west.. day pack trip up Arizona Creek lever to chew. on rage and other

MASTER B. R [ ,, FAMILY. ROOM: ;i .,$ This "fault block" waj lowly and being grateful for try mule THE PLATFORM rnatenal We hove tried giving
. .' ,. him medication but it hoi not
If 14 I. \ eroded and carved down by glaciers which gave me the added heightto But the Copperheads one
water, wind and snow see moose browsing down victory at the convention. Cle. helped. Ole lady who clips him

BATH [I GARAGE. : until today we see the saw- among the alders, a sudden laid me that the know of onother
OR RM. 14 It* .' toothed, craggy peaks which snow-squall swirling over similar, core wh.,. it was found

1 fence the western edge of the Mount Moran and a band of the outdoor photographer that' something woe locking: ill"fat'

National Park. The G rand Teton elk flashing away over the hill. splendid opportunities exist to diet and that mognotiwm tabloh

T towers over everything at 13, Weather changes abruptly In "shoot" elk, Shlras moose, wore given I do not like to try a

768 feet while bulkier Mount the Tetons. Morning may be mule deer bighorn sheep, medicine; without proper infor/

Moran and Mount Teewlnot rivalIt mirror-clear and serene, noon trumpeter swans,beaver,marmots motion. Could you help Mn

for scenic shape. hot and breezy, afternoon can conies, coyotes and Wm. Beichnidt. Hatbrowck

Below this majesty lies Jackson bring snow or showers and bears. Before 1808, these animals Heights. N. J.

LIVING. ROOM Hole, a sweeping valley evening once again a clarityand were shot by Indians who
. ,,'.'
B. R. 2 B.R. 3 about 6,000 feet high. A stringof calm unknown in the Eastor considered this area an eanhly A. You art woe" lo a.od, mtd,ca

. ,. o' ., ..." .' Icy lakes lap at the feet Midwest. Wise travelers Happy Hunting Ground, and who eons, "thai ore not pr.Krob.d Ai lo the

of the mountains offer fishIng carry clothes for freezing temperatures held full command over it. ,...... and poll,ble cure, H II poll,bit

h I ENTRY boating and treats. sturdy boots and If possible, the visitor should that "the chew'ng It manly, a hob. It

The valley was settle as recently bathing suits I IA camp In this park so as to nay. bt "that It ilarltd from lad of vita"
live Intimately with Its mint. lot minoroli or tome organ
as 1884. A few picturesque staff of park naturalists magni-
ficence. Park d"itaie. Removing the route not
headquarters In may
towns occur along its 48- at Jenny Lake serve tourists
Moose will have removed the habit Th'I il dun'
mile with nature walks, talks, auto supply information -
length, namely Jackson, like nol,I biting or thumb luck.ng ,n
hikes and mountain on camp grounds and faci
Moran and Moose. caravans,
$ In this latter hamlet standsa climbs. No one Is ever permitted lities. While often overcrowded human. Often the problem il Imply,
' M4.99000Wlfh 100 % FINANCING In boredom I hove otters found that)h.
lovely rustic log chapel. The to climb alone in the Te- and late spring odd,I an of another" dog to the houie-
Church of the Transfigurationhas tons, and all mountain cUmbers can be dramatically hold will)provide the d,ven'on needed

oneglass wall facing square must register at Ranger Isolated, and the camper feelsas to bread the" hob,I. t "this n not pan,bit,
r;: ON QUALIFIED LOT Stations before and after their if he owns the entire valley
the mountains. Behind It .
upon step up your dogs agate time. g""vt
Luxurious Spacious stands the altar. Those who ascent. There have been sev- and Its mountainous backdrop. him new toy or even com dor the od-
come for Inspiration receive it eral fatalities. Despite the If camping Lt out-of-the- dean, ol a cot to your houitKold

both from the words of the min- mountains' beauty and the sum- queStion, the Jackson Lodgenear

Comfortable Unique ister and the sight of natural mer's gentle climate,this country Colter Bay offers up-
splendor beyond. Moose Is also can be tough and treacherous to-date luxury and service. Its STATE POLICE AND DOGS

: 'f \i< ; .' the home of the famous Murle location, architecture and art ELGIN. Ill. (AP) The
: \ brothers, both wildlife photographers Jackson Hole has long been exhibits make It well wortha Illinois! State Police have put

e ":t 'I'"r : :: ..'i, and writers. famous for its wildlife For stop. Although Jackson Hole teeth into fighting crime.A .
-" : w, has several hotels and motels, corps of 12 German Shepherd

,. ,; It lacks the view of the T.. dog one for each district -
', .
> ..
[ :, ,' f. '}'*' '!I' \I son Hole provide. Moreover troopers while on duty
.' /, ,W" : 1 husk the men (II Imperial.; . It's Jammed with Easternerswho Both dogs and masters have
It j jEi
..' glut' want to look, act and talk completed a two-month course
Looking for appreciation? If you can't get ap- like at'VaruUlia's State Police Farm
: : :: : Western cow-hands. The
. : : :: from about the Troopers aimgned to handle
preciation family, see us result Is
your usually ludicrous.
I .
fij for
if' state police dogs volunteer
I .I I".'".....'....1..'" 1 Alaskan Apartments These 6 rental units are Jackson Is best visited to out- the job the trooper mUll like
. . fit oneself with
'j! ,I ..:.. strategically placed to appreciate in value while good riding dogs.
lJI, TO .3. clothes, enjoy a walk I II
.:: thumping The Elgin Districi'a dog
L 1: earning a good income. Listed at $58,000.
down the
r 1R wooden sidewalks and Duty, a 314-year-old male who
1 ;
sip a beer (or a root-beer) weighs 90 pounds. Others u.
.. Art you a bargain hunter? You can't get a bet
A : at one of the silver-dollar- Signed weigh as much as 115
[ .. 4 ..... ter bargain than these 10 acres on Kelly Rd. studded bars. pounds

They are ideal for a low cost housing development. -

t Reduced from $22,700. Listed at $12,500.
r. i1 Why dribble your money away in rent? Buy this

a t . furnished 2 bedroom house lust north of the

; W city line. Good terms and no city taxes. Listedat

Yt., f : ,'t '...... $7,500. NAPLES HEALTH SPA
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, ..:, i 'Jf.u\,' "* .. "dt'S'lII.' 11 ,-, Want a place to keep a boat? Two beautifullots

Furnishingsby In Aqualane Shores are for sale each For Rent NowReduceWITHOUT

perfect for a boat and a home. Listed at $5600 EXERCISE

; Bioejctronle| Spot

Furniture Fair u, Reducing Machines

(; apiece.IIAI Require No Excreta

(f ...1....". Real Est/h .......
Physical Exercise Equipment S Maaaag.S .

V.t Steam Baths s> Spot Reduda

ASSOCIATES M.gnut Brlnkm.n, Mr Peggy Burn, Arthur M. C.ldwell, WtNZCL KIDMAN MUMANN VOOOPICM

Mn. Gudi Hoffman, and Nick Wallingford Hours to be tOO .... te I p.*. Monday tare Sat'reU 7

Departmenta for both men and women


Naples Health Spa Soon to be open in
Built bri FLORIDA TOPIC HOMES INC 289 Ninth St., So Phone MI 2-2121 Naples Shopping riaza. At present call Fort

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COLLIER (. ,, Nil NEWS, N.pUl, FU Sundi. 5....mbr" 6, ,164 3fJ
Imported Card

cards Ki' h |player antes a Map "It reams, fairly clear that
i \ Game, Pan Gives worth ',lI ?I i ''I' inure, dtptnd somebod\ promoting it," sat s
:1 ing on I tell 1, Hiku( and ID* POt Nelson 'operators have found
ORNER Br MARION SORENSEN I leeeeeeee : LA Trouble goes t"i Hi player e M lW. out that It is very attractive to
,' down all cards first housewives It requires little if
efeeeeeseeefeeeeeee i-i q e1e The li"us.. d"e i nut take a per.nantage any skill and I goes very fast"
1 3e LOS ANGELES lAP) This 'a i t In |1(111 thia ta pro Who makes sure the house
.... city of tads has a new craze anastoJearn Molted: lstate t law big does gels Its take The dealer. He's
card game which collect one; i hip from MCh pot the house man. He doe,.n't take

Another artlde written by that we would prefer to run our 198 loner and Rooms a 19-. .offers the houst a I aile or$10,000 as table 1 itMiiil part In the I game: ; he: Just sits
the editor of the Woman Bowler schedule our own way? MEN'S CHLRCH- Leading for a day. Police tear It may give The take is staggering. there colle"tin; chips, dealingand '
whli is of much interest to all the night was Harr Clouser M n organized: gambling a legal foot Capt dairy Nelson of the Lost arbitrating disputes
is titled "Join The Team!I" Here ass with a 560.210 Richard Boher un hold In California and many Angeles vito Division says each
it tat There are still league open. reached a 214 single, Norm Her. ; It other states hand lasts only two to three
Is called (London Bookies
"The Women's International lags for MOM of you who ma) ren 199, Scott Fralej 194 and Glen The game pangu minutes, and thus one club cancollect
Bowling Congress and American wish to bowl this 196445 season Spotts 191. Ingue (pang.ging.gl), an Import as !much as $10.000 a Quote LIU 13.2
Junior Bowling Congreesarea Inquire at either of the lanes for The Women's Church Leaguedid from the Philippines via Las day, or mare. than >3 millionyear a
team now. a spot not leave the publicity copy. Vegas, Nev Its fans usually LONDONPLoIllhroke') s,
"Every team has a set goal. ROCK 'N:\ BOWLERS Star shorten the name to pan. "It's obvious that this kind ofmone the Loiukin IKK,kies who will
The dedicated elm of the \UBC- BROOKSIDE BOWL was Donna Halley with a 309 Pan clubs have sprung up in \' is Ixwnd to attract crimi take or give odrls! on almost 1
ABC.AJBC team Is to providea The Commercial league open 1W. Marla Hatcher tossed a aI seven cities and several unln. nul elements Nelson says. anything, today quoted Presl.
clean, wholesome, well-organ. ed its winter season with a ser 503.203, Katie Held 5020197, hlr. I e corporated areas of Los Angeles Why Is pan, an ancient Tagal dent Johnson/ as a 13.2 favoriteIn
Ized les will be lountj this summer, am* vice. with limited appeal In the ir.ii. i residential election
bowling program for girls that hard to beat. ley Johnson 496, Cindy Brisson og game
and boys under 19jears of age The first 700 to be bowled at 482, Wickham 471, Ethel Jones squad officers so far are power. this country, suddenly caKhtng LaI"l'okp', life ell 4.1 against

"Idleness and lac k of responsibility Brookside was blasted out b)' 472, Elaine Sheldon 473, Betty less Two to stop court them rulings this week on In Los Angeles Sell Rim Col,twater.

are major < auses of Ju. Paul Crlckenberger as he en. Pauly 464 and Marg Lee 464. opened the door even wider to ,
venlle delinquency Helping to tered that "sanctified realm". Bebe Moog came up with a lone
Interest youngsters in partlrlpa. Clearing the deck for games of 189, Terry Murnan 181,Oert Dunn f pan operators.Superior Court Judge Harold

ting in well-organined and su. 250233.221 Paul ended with a 172, Katy Hajek 137 and Bessie sew r F. Collins Issued temporary In* rEASTERLY
pervlsed bowling leagues an bea 719 set. Joe Salmon came up Combs 179
Los An.
>big Merient ol juvenile de. with a 59 .216, Rex Polly and BOWLERETTES Some of the F Junctions preventing ,
geles and Santa Monica police
llnquem This is good for the Fred Sheets produced games of gals really' started the season - - -
from arresting members of DANTK STUDIO
patents' to reallrr. 213, Ev Baldwin and Bob Moore. with high averages Judy Crick.
FAIR I V I E clubs where the Is
WLlphted ,, played.
lunch bar with balloon game
"On the other hand, a dlsor. head 208, Ivan Hamilton Gene enberger almost hit a 600-oh
ginized/ program with lack of Dye 202, Buck Perry 202.201 for one more mark-as she fired motif" and pavilion observation lower platforms combine to His reasoning Pan, never i > \ UNDER THE INSTRUCTION OF
before In this "
|proper| leadership be almostas Howard Follls listed a 199, Dav. a 226.186.185 for a 597 set.Jerl let up an iffictivt, night shout the New York Worlds F.ir, widely played l \
Mates not listed the
bad. id Lyon and Charles Langston Jerabek blasted a 558 using a among
'The WIBC took on a worthy 193 each, Brisco Parker, Rich 190 high Mary Armbrust reps WHERE THERE'S A WILL . J.'III'lIdl.'J i Uu/ '"i pr?lit unit 111mftlhflll.I. California games specifically law. banned ta : Miss Barbara Easterly
obligation when It Joined hands ard Pittman and Charles Rice tered a 525 206, Lucille Lord SI PI'11 IRSIH'KC1, II.. ( \P) .. M. tthcte (there were r\:1
t with ABC to ac<'et| the National 191, Earl Cannad 197, Cljde 521.191, Eva Hogue 513 .196, LU Uun hi heard ahout" the lohnI two. ,,,,'" 'thincte time. the Appeals meantime are police under way, but In ,

Bowling Council's olfer for the Floyd 192 and Dick Cole 198. Miller 510.178, Katie Hehl 490. I kiniu,.1 h \1.-11..1 I ihiarv( '. \t I'tt's m (istcrui, InsmoiruM clubs to mushroom expect, reaping pan WILL( IlK-OPKN
I two adult organisations to takeover 172. Ethel Jones had a 469 sere I''II"' k R\ ,in, Itvanuil Jo ill \ Mrs. Turn Ruin put an millions of dollars pending final
t the financial and adminlsti PINE: LANESCONTRACTORS lei, Sue Tillman 456. Marie hi s hII" i I.. ntnbuu,! I I.' iti atl uI'i tin Riudris' ",.'h'\'ll1"> .if determination I fl/
alive resK.n.lbilltp| | of the Gene Till. Shults reached a 188 lonerJean., ,.." -i 1110. li,..n ,ii, ||.inurd I niMfM 'the M. Pit,'t.hurt InJ""I1J"I\I." Pan uses eight deck of cards OCTOBER 1
AJUC on a combined basis. Both man took the scoring honors ne Veenschoten 169, Millie Ea. II u',,11 "Pr"until, n krimitUI with each of five to ., '
eight pUy.era
adult mpmhpr.hl/l/| groups ap. with a C02.21"i-209. Vaughn ton 165, Anne Sharp 160 and .m.P,11 11 (It.,1 ? iohs ,nhut I Ilh'I i.itv Si'un pal, i ibluls' .I l ,J5 being dealt 10 cards BALLET TAP
proved this move at their 1964 Shields showed a r,93.i7.219Jack Loretta Platt 150. Sharpshooterwas 11ILld, 1111.11" Ian Miitiss. Thin( hohI,1 e." h." hand. The object, as In rummy per, TO REGISTER, PHONE MI 2.2805
Convent tuns. Hatcher rSC.242, Bill Stone 54. Martha Vanchura as she JJl "I"J i 11""s pu rahhilHi ,, Ib.mr. I s, ,,lii,.lillllg In 1"1.| | Is to meld or lay down runs of I
"AJUC had been the prime 217 John Garvin came up with a converted the 3.7. I ?t(..(,,It,(II ".I I Snuhalt hid h IV I br.'n I ,.,",Hi,
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responsibility ol the NBC; sine -
1945. All members) had been

gc noruus In their tlnam lal) sup.
I'.rt ol the AJBC
program in.
c ludlng both the W1BC and ABC. .
..Serv..... and growth problems :' '; :', .> 1If"

had beset the AJHC the last rewf'arl ,;,
> with the 'Intt uiit...tl"n of J<

other youth ,piogranis. It was ,. v :t I ,
with the thought In mini) that t

the Wine-ABC would providemore 4
direct leadership alill i en. v : bk i,. ;)
out iKemant ol tournaments the '"
NBC made Its offer. Also In
the I h.< k of the Coun II's mind .....
wis the fact that AJBC reach .t' ;

ad a peak membership of 451, .
200 during! the I Of 2.C3 season \ >" ,

hill loll oft to 310,000 for the 'o b f
19G3-M; season W 1l i 4(
"ThpllC and ABC have
great experience in ileallng In
servo e1o. But theli new res.MlIlslhlllly .
/ to the Jinilois will
t not I he rarilerl. out mereh! he.

ause of this proven status >rN
"A tioniendoiis mount (it O. x
OK| >i ,itlon Is needed trim the _
Ity 011>8111 'dlloll' ol the VIBCis
> well as the ABC.
"These! ,LI8t'laUolis haveheen
urged by letter and pel scinal ontaHMu .
aiirifntiqiutind mem.
] | .4ir u'rJ
IK-IS 10' ..t>>I've''on a'-joint < (in.
mitten to form load AJBC gen

"U-t's not foul "ui'selves, A
hit..ikdown at this I 1'llIt( ,\ ulcl ,
." "' L..SRi, y
menu lillure to keep' "ui bud t r. r r e" Li..
with the younghlei s ol the I "

",11I. .
"Tlu'se! combined immlttees _
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it the I'lty i a"sOl'I.lllulI level will etwt5artsaek"

provide the servile, that I it ur
"'uiilnet(( > led to dlstubute sup

i\\t'\ \ *, i rcxess 1.lIl1'tloll at" i phi' ( ali .
..."i", issue memlwishii r<.,lotlds ,
iiistiUnite iwirds aid, i I'll i W
( mi i i gcJRC tourn.iments..
lo. ,d. tote .ind.ni regional.Tlie .
two isso. Ijtions should
Invite the 101.11 Urn line pioprle

lull' seivlce mil fu ,ilgioiis "II
|'' wine li ,ire lute u'sted. 4 -7 .
to 1',1 I rtldl'.llp l|' In (this junloi I'r"|' r .

pi ,11". .
'Mitiiie ot the Ameil an Jintor ... / .' '
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Bowling Congtess in' be / ,' ; ,
,/N .. 1t ., ) .. II
bright U we, .isIBC mem. b ' .
bets, assume our ie |>onsibill. I. wi.. < aV coKi% : / < ....?\ .iJ" "- ,,:, )IM;; hr ,_Ji;...: .........c : k-.......... ,

t\ and ire willing to serve on' The power of the press not withstanding the best advertising is still word of mouth . from 1
committees: to pet the program.
off t" .i list, (Hit student stilt person to person, from friend to friend. When a person tries a product and likes it, that
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"Join the teim., It will lx 1
rewarding, and it will .Jesuit in evaluation is pawed on to everyone that will listen. So it is with homes. When a new Louie

cnimd a stake n" ." III the litture/ of 0111 is bought the owners find out quickly whether the builder has lived up to his promises and r'3A

whether the home is actually as livable, comfortable, maintenance free and properly designed 1::#

The whiter leagues ire StJlt. . u the ads proclaimed. If it is, the new owners will take a great prido in showing the \ arse
tag* the 1904.61 season. Right \
now "loi a" Is J lllinl it'alle ant home to friends and raving about how nice it is. Because Gutenberg Homeowners have liked tIIU I I

off In ???? Man 01 us remem
their homes they have told others and the result "" were
lies "Donna" and the damageshe many has been that more than 60 per cent I sa_"

did a* far as stalling our of all ems'
Rutenberg Homes sold
winter' leagues. are through recommendations of Happy Homeowners. No wonder '1\r "

Many of the leagues had roll. we lay that 'Our Best Salesmen Are Rutenberg Homeowners", I
ed only their first (three games

when season."Donna"It took awhile Interrupted and soon the J If you would like to see why Rutenberg Homeowners are happy, drive out and see the four C54'

everything was back in order. beautifully furnished models, open every day of the week. The Riviera, shown above, is +
However, may we plead with a. e r.r. Mperfect
Dora and any other young "la one of these new homes, four bedrooms, three baths, family room and double garage, the ' a
dies" of the same category J
family home, priced at $17,990 on your lot Also shown is the two bedroom, two baths

w Laurel, for "1,990. and the three bedroom two baths Carmel, priced at$14,990built on your .: ' e
m o lplcry
11( J lot. You can be happy in one of these fine Pu ten berg Homes too Why wait, drive out today
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The Koh+noor one of the MODE HOMES TODAY
world's most famous diamonds

has a history of at '' North from Naples on 'r t -.
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When it was
least years "r -
the British in U.S. Route 41. At 1220 + I

acquired 1849 it weighed by when Mandarin Road, CcquinaSandi .. (.J-\}:: I,

brought to England, 191 Subdlvhlon.'P +I MJ./JA
carats It was recut in London Ii LAJ\J7l\U\ r
and now weighs 108 s Watch for Rutenber ;1 ;j' u

carats. Ills the central stone Homes sign from high J*

of the queen's state crown pay
made for the coronation of k
Queen Elizabeth wife of

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48 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS. Naples. FU,, Sunday S.pt.mb o. 1964, years country's have criminals been out through racing the the A HEAP OF UNTROUBLED TROUBLE 1r': l \ l t h; t-

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law.It that the .. I.
chances Is of estimated a holdup man in I" ,,: :: By CYNTHIA LOWR1 ,
Britain .t AP Television.Radio W: t n

Having Biggest Vied London today will be is 3.1 caught In the and crlm.con. i ,, w ep ,,Ax .M ;w ". ; rk ,; HOLLYWOOD (API>

I 'M', French provincial is out "I >l
house burglar .
inal's favor. For ee
Influence Is
v Spanish In is i IIII
the rate Is 6.1 and for auto and televism,

Crime Wave In HistoryLONDON thieves M high as 10.1.. p R, decorating Hollywood and furniture stare!

A Cambridge University pro. w,3 are concerned this season,
lessor of criminology estimates
Art collections continue to i 10*
(AP) Britain Is No 1 escapee was Charles that not more than 15 per centof conspicuous, now that almost!
experiencing a crime boom The Frederick Wilson, one of the crime committed in BritainIs everybody has turned Sumii ,,
cleverest lawbreakers this train robbers who had hardly brought into the open for painter and dabbles in oils

country has ever known are re settled in the maximum secur punishment.Even Observation of the constant!
old axiom to its cell where he was sentencedto when a criminal 1*
versing an prove ebb and flow of fads and fancies
that crime does pay spend 30 years in solitary caught his chances of escaping Is part of the fun for the annual
Last year's highlight was the His bloodless delivery by a slick justice" "never fall below 50 per or semiannual visitor to the
$7.mllllon great train robberyIn gang was so notorious that cent, according to a Cam. fast-grinding mills of television.

Buckinghamshire, the biggest newspapers began referring to bridge Institute study Perhaps even more Interest.
carried Harold Wilson, chief of the Before World War II the con.
cash crime in history, however, Is to watch the
off with breath .takingprecision. Labor party, as "the other" vlctlon rate in Britain was al. oM.' ...'.,.. :.... ...... development Ing, of a typical sue .
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over 50 cent the study 1"000.
leis.known Wilson. ways per ,
be known as
This which
year may cess syndrome seems tll<
the big escape year. Hardly s The great (train robbery and noted. LAURA: "SI)', Leo." front of the tourists" MARTHV: "Zzzuz." (This brief colloquy between affect so many young unknown
day passes but escapes are re the Wilson escape opened Brit. It is estimated more than $76 LEO: "lean, what's up?" LEO: "Nell why not We LEO: 'How about you, the Lion family might have performers once they are lurk
norted. ons' eyes to the fact that this million worth of property will LAIRA: "Do you think It's need our little cat naps. Grace been overheard at the San enough to land a regular lob m,,,
be stolen or obtained by fraud
this year. right for us to snooze In Don't you agree, Martha?" GRACE: "Z.t.111.z." Francisco Zoo.) a TV series that becomes a hit,

I British criminologists and the To describe Its classic course,
1 newspapers have been noting It Is best to use a fictitious rluracter .
& with Interest that United States End Jewel shop breaks get who shall be called Join!!
& <& & police are using computers to the best tools. They have Doe, because Ms agent did "not
fight crime gangs 4o trap them tackled safes with thermal lane. ealt think Ms real name, Bruce
with machine data that fore. es capable of 5SOO-degree heat A GM Seoul Notes Windsor, had the right kind of

casts thrusts in advance. thrust Police experts say that marquee sparkle. John, who
This may not work In Britain gangs will lay out $10,000 for was a salesman In a used car
because there are few per. equipment to stage some lobs. lot between acting Jobs, was
manent criminal gangs here. Where are the police in this r'Phone TIMBERLAKE given the lead In a low.budget

British crime rings, a study re. race with crime? Hopelessly 2-3630 series and, In the usual presea, I
I ported, generally are composed behind, many critics claim Ito A ter.uol Yaw Oocloi at Urticim.Voui son exploitation, eagerly took on
Air (conditioned 2 bedroom, 2 bath house near schools, I of Individual criminals brought Scandals in their ranks have Floruit Local Mtilictl,Ueriieil A..oo.CLUTTERING Soortr. ., and the all Interviews.

heat ramp. Florida room and barbecue. Partial!)' furnlhhfd : together for a specific job and shaken morale and public con. Naples Girl Scouts will hold be presented to civic groupsIn "I'm the luckiest fellow In the

with extra room off carport M,750.: Good disbanded afterward. They re. fldence. The police claim they their first leaders' meeting Naples during the week Sep ANDSTUTTERING world," he said humbly. "And tin
: are not supplied the necessary addition to the great break I
crult the extra men needed. ,
tember 13 -
financing, no closing ('OI.ltI.mmpdia'e/ orrupanry The gangs organized to do the manpower or equipment, Monday. September 21, at 730 Many groups I Day unto day utttreth speech, have an opportunity to work
the Scout House Cambler have already been contacted for
fall 2-3937 big jobs such as London West at says the Bible. For many, it is with the greatest team In the
Park. It Is Imperative that all speaking engagements but If upcech after spi-ech which cluttcreth world. And all you people are so
AgendaThe leaders and any other adults other groups would like and ituttcrrtlt great"
who wish to work with Girl to participate please call Mrs. A form of cluttering Is defined For some reason, the series

r NEW OWNER WANTEDFor agenda for Tuesday's Scout Troops be present as E.W. Timberlake, 2-3630, so hurried In nervous the ipeech dictionary marked ai unexpectedly was a hit, re.

meeting of the County Commis. schedule for troop meetings that dates may be arranged l.y the dropping of syllables Aclutterer newed for another season. This
This Fine House lion has been announced as fol. training sessions and plans for for this week. The program evidently I in a person; time reporters are escorted to

lows: the fall program will be discussed a short one of slides and information who Illkl 'rapidly and jumble John Dose dressing room for

8:30 a.m.-Approval of board will be presented by bin words. Interviews.
minutes. Senior girls who qualify for Stammerers and stutterers. "Ah," he exclaimed, suavely,
4 h 8:4: S am.Report of county e. this project. also have a apeech of imperfection "this Is the hardest work In the
engineer. which consists a spasmof world, but It Is great expert
t will the the muscles of articulation on
Troop start
9:30 a.m.-Les Whitaker re ence. I'm glad to be able to de.
saeThis attempting to speak Stuttering
first week of
October. Parents
paving Michigan Avenue. velop the character and expose
10-.00 a.m.-Report of county please watch the NEWS fordatesof promise to be a most In IH, a speech faltering characterized; an interruption by new facets n would be nice,

Y V health and welfare. meetings and registrationdates active year for all Girl Scouts, difficulty ill enunciating and too, If I can get off long enough \
10:30 a.m.- Coastal Imper.lal for all girls. More adult but adult volunteers are neededto joining together syllables to make a feature movie and, .
Homes re bulkhead line. volunteer help will be needed to make the fine program pos An estimated one out of every of course, I'm thinking of other
11:00 a.m.John lamurrl, organize sufficient troops, so sible for all those girls who wishto 100 persons stutter and more series In the future."
manager of Pop Warner Foot. the Service Team urges all participate than half of stutterers are of By the third year, it is very
ball League re county team. males A high percentage hard to see John because he I
Nwr. mothers or other adults Interested stuttering is found amonII'Individuals
11:30 .m.-Rev. Harold F. lunches
a dally with his business
In having their girlsIn of unusual ability
Shearer re 1mm ok ales child care to discuss his
the to be presentat Charles Darwin Lewis Carroll, manager real eSt
"r ": center program and Charles Lamb were stutterers tate holdings, Is busy making a
:,...' 12 Noon-Recess for lunch. the leaders'meetlng.Brownle A remarkable thing is record album after work and
!.t.Wdow 1:30: p.m.-Bid opening month. troops will be limited to 20 that stutterers do not tend to always rushes out of town to a

who h.. mevwl sway mutt nil the, .,ur>tlo.ally. roomy two bedroom, m bath house, ly requirements 1964-63 fiscal girls other JuniorCadette and yks stutter when they sing or talk secret hideaway to rest up on
only S yore old, In qu.t, ghborhood' only d bloch trom' bucll. year. Senior troops are limited to to themselves or enact roleson weekends. Caught In a set-side
2:30 p.m.-C businessand 32 girls, so It Is Important that the oalffi, and usually: they Interview, however, he express.es .
Lot 13 ISO "will lindiop.d undtrfround sprinkling sytltm have u 1 in talking to
correspondence. all girls Interested register on babies some concern that his scripts
Opin bum calm, In l J'dZ'' living, room 'lira btdroomt, 17'ill' Florida Room, medic bitch,. Final-Approve and pay bills. the date set. Please watch this There and are animals various theories to were not quite to his liking and

Price raductd for quick Ml.. Owner will, help t,....* If d.."ird. NOTE: Starting time of meet. column. explain the cause of stuttering explains that he finds !It neces.
ing has been changed from 9 sary to do a little
FOR APPOINTMENT TO SHOW, CONTACT Some believe it to be a result rewriting him.
a.m, to 8:30 a.m. Meeting of eee f' of unrliythmic breathing, blood self to keep the character "real

WESLEY G.DOWNNG. Wesley G. Downing & Earl L. Fry September scheduled to 15th September has been 22nd.re. Five seniors. Mrs. Hazel :deficiency midity: i ,: ,or heredity,feahoc't and But Identifiable.by the fourth year, JohnIs

Martin co'leader of the senior Children who stutter' should
In the full grip of the success
and Mrs. E.W.Timber. have training in a speech clinic
O I syndrome He Is -through his
Cannibalism 7' lake attended the Senior-Adult stuttering child can be
ASSOCIATES k benefitted by of agent quarreling bitterly overa
: Until recently, cannibalism an atmosphere
Ine Training Session Saturday relaxation and n'y milllon-dollar contract'
Rufus B. Burnham (still practiced in the Ne* encouragement
September 6, at Venice, Fla., in group IIcti\ ea.rIIIi. because he wants a full six
Realtors Jack Love, Jr. Guinea interior) prevailed lit to train and choose speakersfor months a year off to do movies.He .
parts of western and central
the three Council
projecton has developed an overriding
706 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2179 Across from 1st National Bank Africa Melanesia, Australia "Girls Make the Difference"Stop fear that his whole career Is
und New Zealand.
: [ being destroyed because he has
lost his Identity In the characterhe
plays. All he wants Is to finda
nice juicy starring part In a

Broadway play. And, although
he still has dally business lunch.es .

with his manager, they now
No Pop discuss literary properties for
I If you have ever been his production company whichis

at this splashed by grease when you of course, named by the first
sign were frying sausage, you'llbe two letters of each of his rhll.
anxious to learn that it dren's names If he Is occasion
need never happen again. ally available for interviews, It
To keep sausage from Is likely to sound more like a
1b FROZEN--Still encased in a popping while frying, add heart-to-heart talk with a tax
shroud of exploding gases. one half cup of hot water accountant.
and save on a 4.2 mortar shell is capturedIn when the sausage is put in Of course, when the series
flight by the camera dur the pan dues come to an end, the whole
1 Ing a training session at Fort when the water boils cycle starts again if John Doe
Hood, Tex away, the meat is ready to is lucky enough to get a part.

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I Young People 17rinlr"Teens COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw,

Sunday S.p, .mb.r, t, If64 59

Term Suits Ridiculous '
NEW YORK (AP Am'"L a',
erode Susan Berler, 14, of Some of the youngsters y babieahavr big appetites
Salt Lake C'lh. thought It should opposed to the topless suits 1' Vr They eat mufr than 2 billion
rr Art bo (left up to the Individual, but nevertheless felt that some day )F" jars of bahy fund a trat act. /'rJ.
6M I q g s admitted "' Pd nexer wear onl'." they might become popular Inc to R.L. (Cheney rxnutiM
l 6EAT:' director of the Class C miamrManufacturer ,
i On the male side Ricky Thus, while (1 per rent oat Inntiiui That I\\0'
ti v r -.6P Manner. \I7. of Oklahoma City, 'no" on whether the suits should explained is about 100 tars annually
thought "there should be no reitrlotlon .. bo allowed, the "no" figure for every hatu mdft *
on what apparel a boy dropped to 71 per rent on their year old.
Y or girl should .....er." John eventual popularity. Here again Until just' a few veara ago,

\* '!>\. 15. of Maherne, N.\'.,,, the girls had a more moderate Cheney laid, many bab\ foods
were packed in tin tans as well
agreed -Th body," he said, viewpoint Eight' per cent of
ea glaaa. but now all processed
"Is art and should be looked them saw no chance that the baby (food are in glass briauae"that'll

upon that w.' ,rMAY'BF. topless cults ever would win the way mothers want it."
SOMEDAY approval considerably more than ,' ,
A 14-tear-old boy from the 61 per cent of the boa who 'f!';. ) If TILE FOR

LMvhburga,, John ttlnffleld, felt that such suits never would ( Jt RUBBER STAMPSDON'S
came up with a very practical "catch on," literally or flgura.
reason "topless bathing suitsshouldn't
be allowed."Pecauns' ," realistic was 17-year-old' Bill f N.pl.t' Shopping. CanUr

The daring topless bathing suit wearer would find herself Isolated In a pool of censur he said, "a lot of people would Schumann, of Indianapolis, who 1' "! j Luncheon Special
drown, not paying attention to was against It "because It would \ \ 7
according to the opinion of most teenagers --- --- Days A Week
their aw Imming." Equally start a riot"

By EtCtNt!::! GILBERT! were against It, tllll, but onlx. 69 Mass, Pauline Cronln said! ...............,..................,................................ of DEVOTION tier Idol Ringo I Starr- Sandy of the Vogel Beatles of Denver She waited" ia, a look for !hours alike Today's Feature
Prdkl'lent Gilbert >outhHesejff per wit of them had obe] ( tlnni. "Snrtelv Is flit ready fir this,
behind! Denver FRIED CHICKEN
airport fanes for glimpse of the singers
'h, Im.I '. Female comments on the suitsr.irfT'l and It U shm'Una; and riefradlnt! "
from the simple] "ft fnr both the viewer end the MISS DEB i Whlpprt potatoes
One v.. Hoi Roth
I Titles' bathing suits for shows urn murli" of 16earoldr wearer." Phvllss Berman, IS, I-Read the Want tAds and Buttir
women' ei lilt\ Frll,. ">f Fort Morgan! it, I'Irncokl\n. \.Y.. called the fit, S 2 for $1.00 or 82c ...
an.urre queationa ; . ,, .. .
A booming "m> from teen-age CII" .
'? to the rlrii MVP "an\ one" milt llspiKtlng and Indwpnt, --- -
i Junior AIMrlKjurllf
I girls. who wen thinks lit wen ring one Is unit Sheila Cerhart 17, of .. d -, grooming ll 1 r I
A less Pmphsth, "111." from a complete! mental "a f1" ofMirle Carmel, Inrl. "aM: "\'mi'r. get. > y anj mlwrtrsQ u.i 1

teen-ape buys'Flghtyone H. stjiluIN, \ :r, of ting putt low It011 wear 1
: per rent I""f the !>ltl hllrlh. GI'lIl'rollhll"'l'vpr, them" 1 i a r !1 OPEN HOUSESUNDAY

votmirsterx we questioned recently the views (if (the girls had! more One of the girls who did not I'm' having nightmares thai A. Granted. it tin'I very help
thought (if,less swim suits if the Inllitnutlon" of MissstilulliH I ubjert! to the topless suit, Il.i my date for the prom.ill give ful of a hostess to limply, in
should nit In illnweil IN public.But thin the mlilness of Rtibel, 18. of Coral' Gablen, FIn, me flower that .on'l go with flounce Thu u Mary Mytteiy
drrit Would it be all right
liHik lit how' the | eri'entices Miss Frit/. hid this tn salt I Although for me to have a girl' friend and make walk away But you can
conversation by asking for
were split: neirh !92 I: per rant Amerdans tonslder! It baiene, cinulaie the word about what the information/ the neglectedto
"f the tcen-iKP girls though the I FSS St'GGFSTU'F" II Is less sunrestlve than other kind of Aoweri I want? give you Ask Miry if the'I 1-5

wh'ile trIp,. rt might gel the idea thai you're to and if the/ the Tnptesi
more I interested t in hn noweri long lost cousin Remem

I Still Can't Beat the Beatles thin way hit company to assure A more a claihleticoiuge Itr.er.Cui fun her, Twenty Queilioni can be 610 Rudder Road The MooringsSee

would be to let him Q. I'm a very pale blond and
know what color you'll he wearing my evebrowi are almost i invisible
Next time you're talking but my mother says I) n
HNTOH'S: !NOT: ".: Glut's \ mifcilliiK ' ,
about the prom mention, that young to wear makeup
I ;iliniit the Heitle, iriHArc : .. you're wearing your blue formal Without any eyebrow pencil at this delightful 3 bedroom 2 bath air conditioned
vnit with l It< nr rlu von tike a or that you've bought anew all, my forehead look bare aa

I dim slaw lit the slnirlinr fine yellow drear.. Hell and you probably hope he remember like- an A egg Your mother probably is home loaded with luxury home features.COLEMAN .

si tiif" I FIII(MI'' GII!>,'rl will jiiy thin when he goes to the afraid you'll punt on heavy, rotesque :
10 for the best letter In fiver florist But .if he doesn I. don I looking eyebrows, Per
pans Just pm the floweri to hips if the sees what a natural
if :mil djipiwpil' In the Deities. your evening big and tell him look you cm achieve, the'II relent
Wild- him In Mire" of 11,1, news. you don't want to risk crushing, -if only for partiei Try a
pgn'61' them by wearing them on your light' brown pencil suit use
I shoulder Incidentally this often short, feathery itrokei Aboveall
(;tl1*-it Yiiulli srrvlii'" t is good fashIOn, because flowers stay on your natural eyebrow BO YD Realtor
may detract from the cut of line Practice in private
i .
The II) it If virus tint lull liHM.IM a dreis until, you have a result only a
.,., In America" i I.hl winter shade darker thin your own
Ins |privrd.I ,In IH end t list, a: Q. What tan you lay when blond browi Then ark your
sonuone makes an introduction she'll approve thislook
si .isiinililKbiii!:. + without telling you anything ,tMf: the'II okay j it But
It's rlptlIv| ln>rimlir", such, ;idtc.nl' about the person? la there tome if/ not like the answer gracefully / 60 Tvnlh Street No. (Stone Bldg.>)> MI 2-3833
loitllMim, tint 1I1'lIa""I. veruuon kind of pattern I for making con birthday and try again after that 14th

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e COUIER COUNTY NEWS, Neplet! Fit. Sunday l )r. September 6, l m4 tra pennies to ride in first or ward Ever Nol. fc" *Heaven Pro. .

second class First class Is a tic(.." "No King as God," areInscribed r HOW TO OBT MaR FUN
cushioned seat In the cab next on jrartous mammy
to the driver. Second class U a wagons rattling around Ghana.
small compartment Just behindthe As elaborate freight truck HOME
Mammy Wagons Helped In cab from which freight and lines develop and more conven.
livestock are banned.Passengers tlonal buses com onto the
pay anything roads, the mammy wagon is ___ by Skip Millar
from two pennies to ten shillings losing its near monopoly on ;
Developing West Africa $1.40 depending on the back country traffic. Official opposition
length of their journey. They alton too, Is increasing. :
narrow benches sharing the "It Is my earnest desire." Anyone, by observing the difference between
LAGOS over potholed African roads interior with bags of rice, stacks said Nigerian Transport Minis.
Nigeria (AP) -Cov. lot snapshot and a real life rene of the
ered wagons helped open the each year. They are used by of yams and other freight, per. ter Raymond NJoku, "that these moos., that motion it the "
can tee
American West. Dog teams are visiting relatives and vacation. sonal luggage, chickens and awful vehicles will soon be re.
Ml useful In the arctic. Gondo.In era and students and, perhaps goats placed by decent buses operatedby photography.The .
solve a watery problem In most Important, mammies. A conductor tends the single well-organized firms owned antics of the children, the puppy) the
Venice They are named after temale rear gate, collects fares and slg. by Nigerians." of the old Veteran who marches in the
West Africa's contribution to petty traders, called "mam. nals starts and stops to the cab, Despite such opposition, the fulneit of the dner or the dancer . )et,
the history of transportation Is miles no matter their age or often by tugging on a long cord mammy wagon's position in Af. other actions comince ut that motion it "
the mammy wagon.Thousands marital status. Mammies tend tied to the driver's elbow. Mus. rlcan fore seems secure. 'round.
of these all-pur tiny stalls vending everythingfrom cular and persistent men make The most popular radio pro. go
pose vehicles helped open the Individual cigarettes to the beat conductors since the art tram on Nigerian Broadcasting One minute
of haggling or not paying at all Corp. Is a long.runnlng serial quires 12 feel
western halt of this continent.But auto parts and are the most 1m.
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called "Save + foot double ( )
Is highly Journey" about
modern ways are pushing portent segment of West Afri
Into the once primitive bush. ca's retail economy and most Reading the slogans painted the adventures of a mammy equal of screen pr[:.:. '2 : : \
There are signs the mammy regularly use the wagons on most mammy wagons is a wagon driver and conductor. tide a 13.
wagon may join the covered "You haven't really lived out favorite pastime for visitors! in Whatever Its future the mam. r a reel I b a half.
wagon as a museum piece.A here until you have jounced 20 Africa. They are In English my wagon was Indispensable for lime factor,
mammy wagon Is a truck miles in a mammy wagon next t French Arabic and assorted trl. three decades probably the ed I I. 8
fitted out according to Its own. to a trader with a big basket of bal languages depending on most Important period In Ni. 4 feel of 8mm
era whim and bankroll to carry aging fish," said one Peace what part of West Africa they gerlan history I r t

people, freight and livestock, Corps volunteer. cover. The .! t
usually simultaneously. Wealthier patrons avoid some "No Telephone to Cod" "You the amateur .sasrat e
They Jolt millions of spines discomfort by paying a few ex. See Me I See You," "For. j Hollywood a i
I Leis Go &atinq !II that' that. It I change
II minute, .. gh that I
sire of film it Fla,
profemonal !
V film rushes
.v s 90 feet a simple nil]

TheJaudkr wsss- C.Jphn
f; alert At';.Haul, Carnalle There' 1 come.lntl
ttaitn4mss animated mol reason
.r-- y \ want lo capture, la retain, to '
rc-rnjoy, those lubjrct- motion kind lawIMS"
1. ANCHOR NEEDED rorlunalrly, '"e are living in in era animate animated thing" ( e U
WHEN BOATING that permit ui lo do to Grandpa such and Issues
a* toy .
Kegardle of the sire of the boat could not Hit movie camera and Experts say lawjeialuvi
an anchor: ran lie a mighty handy movie projector werq feeble In their frame, ia the ( ) memo ex.
rug piece of equipment lo have aboard tnVlt. to capture motion truly andre tcene To spell and auUr., ,
There are wveral tflll'll available rnict it. ample, -' ire tin/ so
and r" h hart ice advantage and dewadvantsam. \; e're lucky. Today's movieeamreu for a second tile I lav
Before hooting an an- not only have Jim'proof find Idler In
her or hook a* It I U Komelimenrailed niithanUmt'. ( *threading device 16 frames I !> and o\
ronmder the *ue of the last and, automatic exposure control . or full.ilop I : lead
and the kind of bottom you mod liny also have optional speed con mal filming). set
often encounter. A. marine dealer Irol to permit ut to capture, motion lire title I la p
Perhaps the most luxurious rug ever powerloomedby can offer rerommendulionn." In any manner we dnlre. Dad'i golf Animation ,
But no matter what type you have awing can be pictured in true.to- I fun, They ; save mone
celebrated Karastan. An incredible opulence of I 101' lure lo have It made up with life motion or it can be projectedin (them.,
the line ....urrd lo it ready lo u.ewhen low'motion to that Dad can ana

dense wool pile, exquisitely patterned in a second long runt you A are shod crullng ttotkle or making anchor lim lyre golf the.driving strengths habit and weakneitei in

might serve the purpose, or one of e McCool,
lighter color with an elegantly lacy filigree design. the many \lj1hIWe1Ilhlp.trnlrd Sweet ilxtrrn JUII happens lo be I
hooka, tome of .which Gold "belter the' normal pace for a movie camera. Will
than other' In different kind, of This means that the camera takes
For those who choose only the finest for their homes. liottom. 16 picture per econd, consecutively
Another rpniideratlOn according I ly. and the projector recreate the
9x12 $498.00. ' lo the Evlnrude Boating New Servkr human action by projecting 16 pie- R
I* the safe ratio of length of lure per second, also consecutively.The : Clark, two RN
amhor line to depth of water, In human eye watching the In. scheduled
moderVe weather, this ratio I.norm. la ce..ant parade el pictures on the breaker" policy loan
y *U-to-one. In other .word. iK-rren convince the human mind at U life in-
r If you-.nrhor In ten feet of water, that thl i I. true.lo.life motion. Ac. meeting
hf pint, feel of line I I. the proper dually, of course, it isn't., It Is I merely day night of payment-
i+lirwr.rn cope. although if your boat i is I light a 1 masters' In any
and there l neither I: breete nor current :the pr dll.oi i *o iCrJiy: ; : will be In there re-
?www half that would do for a short alxorb the Impression of true.to.life room.
A all ratio, however, It
time. -lo one motion McCool Is
; latter for overnight anchoring or Now that know this scientific
if the boat It to he left unattended fact what will we do with it? Oh vocation. be at least
Here are a few good thing to loin of thing members payment of
remember' when anchoring! examine I i' If we want lo analyze! every tiny George U accept-

7Vap1es 7/00r Covertn3sg the the over anchor:h I attached first and properly lie sure and that that Junior's i swing of Dad'of; a golf bll ll lloti.: orSite or be :assigned WISELY"t I receiving
the boat
the end U secured lo i
,. . ,. June sap u Mom whippingup ,
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,aauaaarir4vgtr ., ; you don't have to play ahofpttter a cake, we step up the liking my
with the anchor, JUKI lower it along peed to, lay, 32 picture per econd. Ted Below WISELY"r Has this
aide the boat i you should have the e ter lately
19 YEARS OF DEPENDABILITY anchor line rolled clear for running
and Ed
kinks When it movie,
with no or knot In III I never come lo showing
stand on or In the coil when letting this very important aspect of speed evaluators. de
880 6th Ave., So. Naples, Fla. the anchor go ulIl... you want logo determine how long our movie will will act as Income
with ll IIP, Taken at normal 16 frame" pericond grammarian and re-
(the word: "frame" 1 la a Hollywood wizard of Rates have
phra for a tingle picture),
here' how : find the length of an per
1 h t", ,t yr 8mm movie when projected at the Alaska

'w lime 16 framt-per'second rate: than 30,000 ; A will as let bene-give life me

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COLLIE COUNTY NEWS, Naples H., Sunday. Sptmb 4, Iti4 7B
Everglades Marshes s; Report

.. CausesOf amounts of beryllium chloride.But "Perhaps normal amounts (of
: Finding this chemical Is too polso. tartar) are nature's repair
Called onus to be used as a preventive mechanism on the surface of
Key FactorIn Tooth Tartar In human mouths the teeth, which are continuallyworn
"Perhaps ways and means away and dissolved In
a t"y CHICAGO (AP) Chemists will be found for preventing the trace amounts"
today reported finding the formation of the calcifying principle
Fish cml ProductionTALLAHASSEE >' '' "tartar," the hard, Irritating said. "However, before we un. Israel and Dr. David Gould of
'' deposits that form on teeth. dertake anything as rash as Colgate Palm Olive Research
A marsh is much higher poundage of fist This may open the way to Interfering with production of Laboratories, New Brunswick,
more than a patch of wet grass per acre and much better fish means of preventing tartar and this principle, we must know N.J. were coauthors of the re.
with 11 the destructive gum and mouth more about port.
nd along sufficient water lag than will a anal that has a why It Is present.
can be the most Important tactt troubles It can Inspire, said Dr.
r constant water level. For max. p- /
Albert Sobel of Beth Israel Hosepital
in the production of freshwater imum fish production In the Ever.
game fish. Just how important is glades, a canal must not be separated Mew York City.
being determined by Walt Dineen from its associated \M "Ik He and associates found an
and Loren Flagg, fisheries blo. marsh. organic Ingredient, In saliva, WE SPECIALIZEin
legists with the Game and Fresh which seems to be the guilty
Water Fish Commission. KEY DATA 1le agent, Dr. Sobel told the Amerl.
The Everglades Impoundment The bass +rw can Chemical Society.
stomach analysis
fisheries investigation,headed by Important Information reveals to I : This material Is apparently everything for your sewing need , The
Dineen, covers such subjects as the biologists regarding the natural deposited as a thin film on the newest dress fabrics and linings, four pattern
teeth Is calcified hard.
then or
determining effect of fluctua.
ting water on fresh water fish, The feeding study has habits shown of these that fish.the a ened by calcium and phosphate companies, a tantalizing world of buttons, trims,

spawning characteristics and re. majority of the natural food Is l.i the saliva, he said. and sewing helps. Advice cheerfully given on
ijulrements bf fresh water fish, of the type produced In the mar. Tartar can penetrate and Irrl.till your sewing problems.
the loss uf
fish population study, study of shes. gums causing
( effects of ditching and diking on Fishermen will be InterestedIn 4 bone structures that support the
fish, bottom fauna study of the the study of the stomach of 220 teeth. Gum or periodontal dU
J seases are the major cause for
Everglades and associated The
can. Everglades bass. Seventy-one
ala stomach , loss of teeth after age 40.Beforethat
t study of contained no food and the remain. afMalt
the bass in the marsh and canalsof Ing contained one or more food is \ 1I tooth. decay Is the maindestroyer
the Everglades, and collection Items. Identifiable food items,
y The chemists found that calcification 690 Fifth Ave. So.
at economic data In ,
tho Ever. In order of their frequency were: I IN MIDST I OF FUR Y Her.'a I cam.rl'Y' view of a hurrlc.-e a. poured' of the tartar agent
glades conservation areas. 401 fresh water 46 small
According to Dineen, the in. fish and minnows shrimp; 27 Insects; ; 5 from a U.S. Navy jet plan flying Into storm tel transmit 'information, regarding Its progress, could be prevented by tiny MI 2.3334

vestlgatlon thus far has shown crayfish; 3 salamanders; 1 frog
that fluctuating water levels and 1 snake. Forty-six cent marshes flooded
per are of fish (200 pounds per acre.)
seem to be the key to good fish. of the bass which contained food
The fish population study has Canals with a year round marsh
ing in the Everglades. Ills de. Included shrimp as a food item. shown a canal with no marsh produced the highest amount offish
finitely known that a canal which The biologists noted a slgnifi. produced the least amount offish (588 pounds per acre). The
borders on a marsh which flue cant change in the feeding habitsof (84 pounds per acre). A study also Indicated that the deep '
tua'ealn water level and period. bass during periods of dry canal with a marsh available er marshes produced the most JOHN R. WOOD, Realtoris '
Ically forces the marsh popula. weather when marshes are dry only during the rainy months fish. Marshes of the three foot
tlon into the canal, will\ have a as compared to periods when the produced an intermediate amount depth produced 70 pounds per by r

acre while the shallow marshes pleased to
from 12 to II Inches deep only
I Scandinavian Lemon Dessert Refreshes produced 13 pounds per acre. Culling All I'Ish!
Based on the results of the
', DO YOU tl\,\\ C: a favorite fishing r
Everglades fisheries Investl a.
vpot in a p.iriiculir like or
tlon, the Game and Fresh Water .
pond a place white you often
Association of '
Fish Commission will be able drop anchor and hail fish for whatever -
to better manage the fish of thy Will bite. ? If so. here i a lacy r + l
Everglades and to make recom. to doctor up the spat. call inoie r 4 1
mendatlons concerning: future fish and pip up the fishing accordingly
canal construction. In addition, NEIL WHITE
the information gathered by the Buy or beg a hale of hay from
biologists will be of value to the some farmer and if its spoiled" r
fisherman In helping him know and musH. 50 much the !hitler, V r" *
Wright it with a couple of fairly
when and where to fish for best .
heavy rocks then link it where

F results. you Fish usually don't' fish I feed on hay, of As A Licensed Real Estate Salesman with His Firm

couisc. but the Nile Mill providean
JAIL GRADUATION ideal breeding, place for a
LOUISVILLE (AP) Three multitude of mall organisms
teachers who spent 72 hours In These will, soon attract number!
R jail with their students returned of small fish and the minnow-
later for their graduation esercise. feeders I boos. walleyes pikeperch .
.. crappies and the I like, JOHN WOOD REALTOR
will 1 promptly move in lo prey on
The ceremony was held at Jefferson :the concentration: t fi bait fish
County Jail, where 17 To mink (the spot, drop a rink
prisoners received certificates anchor and tic the rope to a plat-
for completing courses in adult lie jug or tome other float. Placeit And Associates
education. just fjr enough away so that
The teachers Elroy Cart- when you tie your boat to the Associates Chuck Grimm John Vaughn Neil Whit
a wright, Willis Fischer and Gordon anchor you can fish directly over
the hale
.p' Moslems held two-hour Come I back in a week or no with 630 Fifth Ave., So. Ph. MI 2-5359
classes three times a week,
LEMON FROMAGE From the Scandinavian cuisine. This delectable molded a bucket of lively minnows You
their time.
I should do a real I brisk busmesi
dessert will win applause from your family and friends.By .

Press Food Editor, 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
Associated lemon fromafe incorporate only
SCANDINAVIAN CUISINE: hasa whipped cream, this American- Whipped cream

citronfromog delightful\ dessert called half-and-half style recipe cad So we for suggest milk that and boiler.and Stir salt together Heat in egg top the yolks part gelatin until of ,double sugar thick LOOK HERE'S MORE PROOF

Judging from the number of you serve the dessert with a
and lemon-colored; add milk and

times favorite.cookbooks Although it appears, we it have must in Scandinavian never be a found top garnish I envelope I B10N of whipped unflavored rROMAGF cream.gelatin and water half-and-half.stir into until constantly gelatin mixture Stir mixture egg-milk over coats boiling; spoon cook mixture NAPLES FURNITURE Co. Sells for LESS!

this, dish served as dessert after 1/2 cup sugar
salt about 10 minutes. Remove from
smorgasbordwe can'llInderatand teaspoon
heat. Stir In grated lemon rind;
why. Its refreshing lemon flavor 4 en yolksI ,
slowly stir in lemon juice. Turn
and delightful molded in appearance opinion 2 cups 2 cup halr-and-halr milk (milk and into a 1-quorl mold. Chill until 1 M' ,".'
give it every right our set Unmold. Serve with whipped /,1 "\
cream) II' I
to end a feast.Although Makes .
cream. aervmla.VALUABLES : :
grated lemon rind \
some recipes for 9 ..."

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r Photo Presentations of What's New In Naples. . Ii


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-SHOWN-IN THE ABOVE PHOTO is Bill Bigley of nigley's, Inc. Bill ___ -
is showing you several of the MW J965 models of Zenith and RCA _
I televisions in stock at their downtown Fifth Avenue store Many I
other models are also now being shown at their store in the Naples

Shopping Center, .
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-. Charming Pat Scholtz, you
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some of the well dressed fashion plates of Naples
will be wearing this fall Fiom the beautiful collection -
1 1i at Dorothy's, Pat wears a one piece linen-like
i fabric creation with beige top and bottle green
skiit It has the look of a 2 piece number with its ..... .,
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handsome leopard belt holding a : piece '
tailored frock fashioned in gold with chiffon smoke :;;;::: :;
'1 ring at the neck . from the beautiful fall collection S t': ::
( k arriving daily at Dorothy's, Fifth Avenue jl

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.. . '" BOYCE BOLTON, Wood Chrysler: Plymouth manager wises his handin
r .t :-': : a cheerful "Hi" to nil of Naples on this pretty September day ll.
I ;t w, r t tRUTENBERG :. i.... _.'; is shown among the last of the 1961 model! Chryslers, 1'lvmmiths, .
and Valiants Mr. Bolton reports that they are leally offemig some!
I tremendous savings! on these 'Gl's, up to $1 KK) per car . for 1i-Vs! (
are due in this month, and the 61's must go to mak 1'(1011Cun1l' on
ort he Invites. They'll make you a real deal at Wood Chrysler Ply-
mouth, 2600 North Tamiaml Trail ,4


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been with Rutenberg Homes In Naples for over two years. Toni has
I' also lived in Naples for twenty years. Her main job is to coordinate .
colors and furnishings for Rutenberg home buyers. She is completely .yp
equipped to handle all interiors including carpeting, draperies and ? :
furnishings. Her offices are in one of the Rutenberg model homes on

Mandarin Road in Coquina Sands.DON'S 1w T 7 _

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1, Alton Hatcher is seen wearing one of the new arrivals -
in sweaters at Kepp's Men's Shop Naples'Sweater
+r t2fk'L' 1 Tt headquarters They've just receivednew :
shipments from Jantzen and Puritan in 100'c
banlon, mohair, oilon, camel hair fleecy oilon, and
100rr alpaca You'll find three handsome styles 5 +
available, V-necks, crew necks, and cardigans rG yr ,gyp
You're invited to come in and take your pick while
selections are complete. Put them on lay away at
Kepp's Men's Shop, 752 Downtown 5th Avenue.
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t Contemporary and traditional design join in an exquisite tropical blend
1 in this Holland Sallev interior from the Carriage Club, Gulf Shore
Boulevind Cool greens and blues play the dominant role in the apartment I

,.. .... I IR IY Ii Iy shown heie. and echo the tones of the Gulf just beyond the
1'I glass windows. Interiors by Holland Salley, 8 i0 oth Avenu South,

LIGGETT REXALL DRUG STORE in the Naples Shopping Center -
features Naple'i most completJ cosmetic center. Mary C. Kyle, manager ,..
c of the department, stands before the displays of Max Factor,
DuBatry, Alo, Revlon, Dorothy Gray, and Cara Nome lines of cosmetics -r: air
In addition they also feature complete selection of fragrancesplus i
the largest selection of hair care and coloring products you can find
in Naples

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Naples Shopping Center, is proud of the fine selection ,
6h -- _: ys r of Guitars now being shown in the above! photo {
-iiir-- by Quintin Van Der Veer, owner of the music -nter I
Guitars handled bv Van Der Veer are Gibson,
Gretsch, Kay, and Harmony pncad from $22.9o. In ...
addition to the Guitars Mr. and Mrs Van Dt>Veer
are proud of their Lowrey organ and piano lines WHAT'S NEW J IN GARDENING, gentlemen? Mr. Wendell F Peter-
I and they also boast the largest stock of sheet musicin son new' owner of :Naples Garden Spot, and Mr, Ross Parrack, localnrocertv "
ql Southwest Florida.Shop maintenance man, look over a copy of the FLORIDA GARDEN -
I THE MOST FAMOUS NAMES in the rug and carpeting industry are GUIDE with Mr Lewis S. Maxwell, its author and publisher Mr.
r represented in this photo from Naples Floor Coverings names like Maxwell: has many books to his credit on the subfeet of Florida gardening -
1 z Karastan, James Lee's Wunda Weve, Callaway, Cabin Crafts, and at Home as w "ll as the FLORIDA GARDEN GUIDE which Mr. Petersonhas
Philadelphia. You'll find them all in abundance at this elegant center available in the Garden! Spot free of charge Mr.. Maxwell,
for beautiful 1 floor coverings. Their stock is one of the largest in noted South Florida gardening! authority was in Naples this week
I Florida . serving this area for over 19 years. Naples Floor Coverings ami SAVE for special consultation with the personnel and customers of Naples
880 Sixth Avenue South . Garden Spot, 467 5th Avenue, South

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