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 20, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00253
Source Institution: University of Florida
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1 Smith Vli't Nam nlsts. have i'l.uis md titer ito on today to determine whether two
'111)) lS.! miiltan lones In with the plans they have drawn U.S. destroyer patrolling the
c South Viet Nam were placed on up," K3i.mli told a news conference Gulf of Tonkin fired at phantoms .
t special alert Saturday after re. or at threatening Commu.
wf JIg ports of a now Incident In the Gulf Khanh decreed emergency raid North Vietnamese torpedo
of Tonkin. I powers after last month's Gulf boats
Units of the U.S. 7th Fleet of Tonkin "rlsis as virtual mar The North Vietnamese foreign
were believed ordered on alert tlal law gilnped the nation lie ministry claimed two destroyers

also but official source da. ordered a general mobilUatlon (Continued on page 2)
cllned comment of manpower and resource and

Information was sketchy hereon suspended normal legal' pro.
whether an actual clash had ceases '
taken nlacc between U.S. (lea.trojeri The South Vlrt Nitnese feareda I
and North VMnamowe not.lI..t.f.II.lI'k' from Communist .
PT boats. Communist/ rep.lt ta North Viet Nam alert. U.SiieksTo
said a mlliUn InrUWnt uc. U.S. air strike against Red
'ulfed Friday but shod little torpedo bases, The counterblows '
light on what actually hap. followed clashes In the IvjsrtRR&Frike
pelle
Premier Nguyen Khanli Us- Aug. 4 when North Vietnamese
: untied the Incident, however, torpedo boats tired on UA ries. ;
is part of overall Communist troyors.An .
plans for aggression and said h. attack from the north

was not surprised Ha said he never miterlill, WASHINGTON iAP) The
planned fresh seuirltv "Wa have nut n- III'd I vet, \ WASHINGTON (LAP) llio head oft a nationwide railroad .
r 1 + y 4J clear iMalls vet But wt ,no not U.S. government operating strike set for Tuesday
i y y 4 is r'o c surprised tx-<' HIM' t II < ,minui' '. h >hlnd j sei'm,\ 'rren, sought morning;

Chairman Howard Gamser of
the National Mediation Board
pledged Intensive efforts to win

Gladys Headed Toward settlement of the dispute be.
tweon six shop craft unions and
1a negotiators for most of the na.
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AERIAL VIEW of the ever expanding Naples pancv by November 1. a project of Woodward Southeastern U.S. CoastSee But as of l late Friday night no
I beach front looking southwest from over Doctor and Mersereau Developers. Barely visible at left face-to.fiire meeting betweenthe

Pass. The bridge on Mooring Line Drive spanningthe center is the beginning of Port au Villa by the Federal, two Mediator sides was Francis In prospect A. O'.

I canal is shown at lower left. Under construction Hexagon Corp. Near the upper center are seen Map on Page 2) was whirling northweHtward at Neill was shuttling between
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in the lower right is the Beacon (House, the new Gulf Towers and the Carriage Club, new atxiut 8 miles per limir.Pre&unt union and carrier represents

a project of the Ensign Corp. Next right is the apartment buildings recently completed. dents Collier of Southwest Commons Florida and rU'can Floiid.i Is trends out of danger Indicate! and south the lives searching for a common
(McGrath photo) ground to make !III" h a sessionpossible
I Royal Palm Club expected to be ready for occu- rest easy about hurn<'ane Gladys. possibility of north Florida, hit

IF she continues on her present by lluri leans Dora: last week,
"We would welcuuto
course, and there la apparentlyno being pounded by Gladys Is bit. an agree.
mend said
reason why she atoll not coming remote, the weather bureau union spokesmanMichael

Acquit Steele, 4 Pace Normal The 1} a.m. (EST) Sj \urjayadvisory ] ,. said. the strike Fox call, who Friday.announced"We
{ City County Building! ,,,from, the Hurrtoxuio lilgteet wltudage still IKtinUjr / '
Of Charges In Warning Ceoter'atARamltiacod' : >er tta\tf lif"kquslla'self...n -but.t.IQ..L.'n.-Wt have fit\'i)> alternative"lea' or a strike" .
r Gladys, now packing winds up to the renter, with hurricane force Chief Railroad
Activity was about normal at Hotel 851 First Street North. will build a $11,907 residencefor 125 mile per hour, at( 27.S north winds renclilng out US miles Nogiitlator J.
E. Wolfe also
Broward CourtFORT both the City of Naples and Col. The foundation will measure 109 Evelyn R. First at 1333 22nd and 89.S west and still heading from the center In the eastern expressed hole|
Her County building offices during by 78 feet and will be built by Avenue North. Conditioned Air In a northwesterly direction.The ...mh'lr"'le and 60 miles to the would for a suttlemwit be "devastating.' saying"<< a strike
LAUDERDALE (AP- the week just ended. First Florida Resource Corp. will Install two lx4on unit at latest advisory from the west.
John Steele, mayor of nearby for Beach Club Small raft along the nonnern The only Issue In the dispute
City Building Official Bert owner H. B. Trinlty-byWhe-Cov Episcopal U.S. Weather Bureau I* as follows -
Hallandal and Republican can. Pink ston signed $113,107 worthof Watkins and Edwin A. Jones. Church, :533 Galleon Drive for coast of lllspanluta( Puerto Rico, 11 job security This Includes
dldaie for Congress, was acquit. permits, running the total so Rutenberg Construction Co. 6000. At II a.m. (EST; ) Hurricane the Virgin Inland and northern: wage protection for railroad
ted Friday night of a charge far this month to $490,264. In The Sunshine Market and Hard. Gladys was centered near latitude Leeward Islands were warnedto shop moo who lose their Jobs or
that he stol $8,000 from the es. the county, Carl Clemmer issued war sign to go up on the front 27.5 north tol longitude 09.S remain In protected waters suffer pay cuts because of tech.
tate of a restaurant owner.A II permits totaling $69,857 in new of the new Sunshine building at west or about 6 :mile east of "Although Gladys Is a ronsld nologlcal Improvements and
six-man Court of Record construction. The September total Lawsuit Filed 141 Ninth Street North will cost Fort Pierce, Fla., and the same arable distant away, It will other changes In rail operations.
jury deliberated one hour and southeast of Wilmington and heavyswells There was no Immediate sign
to date there i* $137,987. $4,000. Richard's Signs will In. distance cause rough seas
14 minute before returning Its In these the advl. that, as a last resort, President
Biggest permit processed by stall the 484-squarc foot sign N.C. ateasl"
verdict freeing Steele and a Hal. the City office was for a $48,000 Against Sea for which a variance was grant sory said. ;| Johnson will step in as he did
,, landale developer, Anthony Sis. residence In The Moorings.Horn.III ed by City Council Wednesday. "lIe vy swells will also' affect lava. April when five train oper. "-.
1 to of grand larceny charges. MIAMI (AP) Hurricane Jut.er cling unions threatened to shutdown '
Homes will build it for Dew. Robert Ellison 1* expanding the northeastern side of the !
Harold Hlbbitts, a third de. ey R. Garglulo at 393 Bow Line Gate ContractorCollier Ids slx-unlt motel at Immokalee Gladys continued Inching alonga Bahama Iilaml and the the nation's rail system. .
fendant, was cleared earlier Bend. Architect was Joseph E. by adding 10 more units at a northwestward course toward fringe of the gain area may JutuiHon reportedly has no
Friday on a directed verdict by Blacker of Fort Myers. County Board of cost of $20,000. Contractor Is the U.S mainland Saturday and possibly affect the extreme desire to try for another White
Presiding Judge Douglas S. Ready for issuance Is the $40,. Public Instruction has Joined Harvey Vlck first effects of her approath northeastern Bahamas by Sun Mouse settlement, out he Is
Lambeth. 000 foundation permit for the new with! a Punt Gorda firm In Michigan Construction Co.will should be felt by morning day morning" the Weather Bu. being kept Informid of develop
i Steele Sisto and Hlbbltts were penthouse wing of the Beach Club filing a $15,290 breach-of- build $23,500rsUlencatpalm "Winds, and teas will slowly rein said munis.
I Indicted on charges of stealing" ; contract suit against Deeb,Inc., River Estates for Reginald Pit.* Increase tonight and, Sunday The hurricane foreJut railed All procedures under the Rail.
I funds from the estate of Pat. genera! contractor for the assy. Tamlaml Builder will con. from Daytona Beat north to for northeasterly wlndi to grad way Labor Art to delay a strike
rick G. Saba. Conspiracy charg. newlycompleted $309,400 SeaGate struct a $10,200 residence at Nap. Cape Hatteras, N.C., althoughthe ually Increase along the coast have expired, Including estab.
et are still pending but pros Weather Review las South.K leading edge of gale winds of the Carollnas and Georgia by llshment of a presidential, emer.
ecu tor said these probably will elementary school. and R Constructors will put will still be a con.t.lf'rahle l l dls.Unre late (inlay with present, Indlia.linns gency hard A board made job
be dropped. A civil suit againstthe Max. Min. Rain The complaint was filed by up a $8,500 dwelling on the Turn.er off the South Atlautli Coast that the leading edge of r.rutltdlon recommendations
trio Is pending in circuit Sept. 12 81 73 052Srpt. the Punt Gorda Uw firm of River Road. Lloyd Brown 1* Sunday morning" said Chief the gale wind would be ISO last month and I both sides
court. 13 85 70 ...e Farr. Farr and Haymans attorneys building a $3,000 Implement shedat Forecaster Gordon Dunn of the miles or more from: the south claimed they acceded them.
Steele announced he would 8.pt 14 87 74 0.50 for Malone I Products Immokalee.B Miami Weather Bureau. Atlantic coast Sunday morning They blamed. each other for the

open a "rigorous campaign" to 8..pt. II 89 73 ',00 Corp. This company was hired F. JaworskI took out fire Gale extend outward 278 The advisory warned :Interests deadlix k.
win the Congressional seat of by Deeb as a sub-contractor on permit for Various constructionhe muse to the northeast and 173 along the south ('Atlantic Wolfe, chairman of the Na.
Srpt. 16 92 72 0.00g..pt.
Rep. Paul G. Rogers, Democratwho the Sea Gate job with Maloneto Is doing at Isles of Capri. lie mile to the southwest, making cast Id stay In loss touch with tlonal Hallway Labor Confer
represents Broward Palm 17 92 71 0.00 furnish window wall material 1* Installing a $3,000 swimming the storm larger than the entire hur r I' aile advisories over the ence, said the strike call Is In
Beach Martin Lee, Collier Srpt. 18 89 74 0.00 at a cost of$26,500 the suit pool for Ralph Lucado and 1* land area of New York State. It weekend. deflnante of the public Interest.
Hendry and Glades counties. Data tupplitd by C.ribb. n Qirdtnt alleges. building four seawalls costing a


Deeb has but has paid refused Malone total of $2,657.Kick Want To Wear I I'tr
$11,209.60 to They Royal Purple

Finds Father In Everglades the pay suit the remaining claims. 15290.50"Plaintiff

avers that It has completed Its Reds, Pinks
contract and the work has been

; After Twenty Year Search accepted Instruction by, the the Board architects of Public and Out Of Schools, I I. u ;ev


t years a resident of Everglades. by the defendant." AdvisesTAMPA
Burns
Parker was with the United Deeb owed Malone $2,862 as

States Army overseas when his of June 22 and was supposedto (AP- Th Demo.

daughter was born. He was pay another 9178.50 by cratlc candidate for governorsays ; I kyr
with the Third A ArrnvTankCorps August 21, the suit complains.It h* favor academic free. : .
and spent most of three years asks that Dub be requiredto dom and freedom of speech, but :
duty In Germany lie joined pay the 15290.50 plus legal believes pink and CommunistsIn I
co.ts.State's. the Florida university system r
the Army from his home In should extend their freedom 'I. t tVlVtA'

Fort Myers where he resided "on somb dy .1.! .'*payroll." I t
with his wife Edna. Million Mayor lUydon Burn of Jack r
They were divorced while he $3 sonvtll, said Friday In an Inter. "r
was in the service. Receivinghis Disaster Request view that h* would remove
discharge he returned to Communists or pink from tile
Fort Myers briefly before he Given Approval university system by admlnlutratlv s
began to travel extensively all action If h* is lctd.
TALLAHASSEE (AP- nor. "Pm not a radical or t rabbi I
over the United States as a food
Ida's request for $3 million In rouser" he .ald. "but I Intend NANCY HUTCHISON
processer. Tiring of travel ; flOSF SYLVIA COX
federal disaster grant had the to carry this out through tile
1M he came to Everglades and became
approval today of President Board of Control and the prest.dents .
a commercial! fisherman who also Students at :-.rills; Senior (High Rote's' General Repair, I I' 10 Fisher, Barbara Kress, Terry
ROBE MARIE WOODARD Johnson, promised all of the urlvrsltls. I in. Stacey, Janice May, Suzette For.
I residing on his houseboat. steps "''to Insure that all possible tend that this shall U accom. School '*ho are 'ompetlng. "for and Is the daughter of Mr. and Martha
and Cross
EVERGLADES --A 20-year the coveted title ol Swamp Buggy Mrs. Roy E. H *chlson, 735 10th tin
His brother. Lee Parker a federal assistance is provided"to pushed without name ealUne.fant" Contest rules are slmpltt all
search was ended this week Naples fish dealer for many real tilt by Hurrlca Dora *, or political Influence." Queen are outnumbering all Street, North. Her hobbles are contestant must be 18 years of
when a beautiful 20-year-old years, and who at the present The President wired word toGo No legislative committee will other candidatea 100 to one. swimming, bowling and awing age, or older, have a sponsor
girl found her father-In Everglades time maintains a residence *. Farris Bryant Friday of be asked for aid. Burn said. Newest entrant to compete Vivian K, Is a member of the and must be unmarried.
there received a letter from his ap roval of the state's r*. H* said his recent statementthat for the crow, -)f swamp Buggy. outdoor High School activities band and. I I. fond of Eight finalists will be selected
especially
evident Queen In the Jaycee WI'.pon.IOr.d ,
quest. there was of Com.
Rose Wood-
Lovely Marie Mrs. Wcodard pleaded for Cox boating and swimming She Is in the auditorium of the High
The money be used munlst or pink influence in theuniversity contest art Sylvia ,
may
ard, employed by the City of news of her father's where. onlyto Hutchison and VIvlanRos*. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. School: on Friday night October
restore system was not Nancy
Ci rove I and as deputy clerk and abouts. Parker replied Immediately duties such necessary as public fa.. with him. ortg.Inal All art member of the senior Virgil C. Rose, 1381 Tenth greet, 30. The queen will be named and
,
the mother of two small child with Emack's addressIn emergency r* North and I I. 'p<>fIlond by Ro..', crowned at the Coronation Ball
pain to roads and restorationof "A similar citation was mad clas
ren, Charles 18 months, and old lsthdu.gntr Texaco.To at the Beach Club Hotel the
Everglades. ncisary health facilities.In by Dr. Charles R, Forman of Sylvia, 18 years ,
Donna Maria six months has The I long search had ended addition to Its wind and the Board of Congro" Burn Of Mrs. Susan Btcraft, 979 date 14 young hopeful'ln.d following night.
longed all of her adult life to and the elated Rose Marie wrote tide damage on the northeast aid. Coconut. Circle, Wed Sh* I* < the thrf,' named above, Mrs. Thelma Hodges, contest
find her father whom she had for the first time In her life, Florida coast the hurricane Burn was In Tampa to speakto sponsored by the Dairy Ranch.. have entered the !popularitywepUaks. chairman urges all girl who are ..
.r" Interested in competing for
never seen. The father Is to her father. dumped up to IS lathes of rain the Florida chapter of the Swimming and horseback riding Thy Peggy; the
hobbles.Nancy Hood Susan Ballard OM Smith, tale of Swamp Buggy Queen of
of her favorite
Emack Parker a commercial on north Florida that resulted American Right Way AssocUatlon. are
who I II sponsored by Betty Decker Kath, Ryan.Nancy li<4, to call hr at MI 2-4647.
fisherman and for the past 10 (Continued OH pate 2) in widespread local flooding ,




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2 c.e..IEII 'I "Ih'I ,""" ;0, 1964Cop I -c-. Norfolk? C S C C Finds Father Around
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Escaped Asian Crisis. ..",. : Shaken and a bit dazed

-'\ Emack MAllaaui he had not only

Convict, Die (Continued from page 1) TargetFor Inf,'\ : '', regained his daughter but had
of
were In action Friday near a C S acquired two new members The W

place called Nghe An, that S \\s. the family' I grandson and

In Gun Battle "heav explosions were heard granddaughter. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
By
and flashes of light and aircraft Charleston e were
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LUMBFRTON, N.C. (AP) circling over the spot were seen UAWDETROIT \ S S S 5 0 Hurried preparations made strip toGrovelwxJ LABIS, Malajsla ( \P) _
and Parker ,
made ,
Two soaped convicts and two from the shore." $ Three helicopters aIm limIeU "
sl" visit
highway patrolmen shot It out A New China News Agency (AP) With two lVIn".h this week to company of New Zealand trlop,
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by the lights of a patrol cruiser report from Hanoi placed the fresh, look-alike contracts In : with hisI I daughter and grandchildren Into Mala)'sla's Jungles Saturdu,

near here earlY Saturday. A con. scene 60 miles off Nghe An and their portfolios, United Auto : : to join British Gurkha patrols'

vtct and a patrolman were killedIn poke of two U.S. warship Worker' union -isgotlators are ,sitkSOflVjllh e S e 0 "She Is much more besutl- searching for Indonesian pic>r.rillas. .

the run battle. being "active" Friday evening set to bargain Monday (or a nllwplt't ful than her picture" he re .

'Tbe- second convict was and at daybreak .Saturday. with giant General Motors ported. Others share this opinion BERUN (AP) East \A" '.
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flushed from woods about four In a statement broadcast by Corp. alec She his won sever many Is the first Communist

tX)urs later ending a three.day Red China's official news agen. Their probable main targets A Diytona each al around the regime to official!) recum, "

)reign of terror which began cy, the North Vietnamese men. pension.centered c-ontrart foi) \ beauty contests conscientious objectors.
Queen
a Lake one ss
wen the convicts escaped from tloned nothing about any of the firm's 354,009 UAW.repre \ County area The National Defense Coumtl!
sented workers. 80' of I watermelon Festival ordered the formation .
'Central, Prison work ifralelgh. their units being Involved. The has < i (

Communists denied they pro. Union president Walter P. I it S 5 S 65' Plans were made to visit her new unit composed of men i
voked the incident and accusedthe Reuther Is expected to demand ; Hives ; father in Everglades In the refuse to bear aims McmUi
said that time 70'
Officers during United Stales of trying to that General Motors match or S \ 75erfst.r near future. of the unit will not be reqi i re.

they stole a car, obtained arms create an excuse for attacking top the agreements Ironed out W5tImBeach C1t.Myec3 Mrs. Woodard a divorcee to swear allegiance to tlu n.i .
from a Nation
and ammunition
North Viet Nam. at Chrysler Corp and Ford IMiami lives with her mother who Is The new units will be used li i
and were
al Guard break-In
North Vietnamese Motor Co. construction of roads, defense
Prior to the
widow since the recent
now a
linked with the wounding of a .
defenseless farm couple. statement, U.s. sources had The Ford agreement-In.principle 1Oe't\; IAKAMAS. death of her second husband Installations and for disaster

steaming In achieved less than an hour ,, duties.KWSTINEHAMN.
Highway patrol Capt. Tom B. said two destroyers __ Naxsa 25'San who had served as Chief of
the darkened and overcast Gulf before a strike deadline Friday S\\<'dn
Brown commander of Troop B Police of G land.
of Tonkin had opened fire on Is similar to one reached with rove (AF) This little west 5\\II'h-' '

Identified the dead as highway what they thought were Communist Chrysler in another deadline Salvador C Emack was born In Arcadia. town has been offered a HIM i,II u.

patrolman James Hugh Marsh. torpedo boats closing to photo-finish Sept. 9. STATUTE MILts. His father, John N. Parker wasa mental sculpture b, Pablc' pi.

birn Jr., 21, a trooper only sev. attack. The Chrysler agreement, pioneer cattle baron In that casso And there will i\ i ,
ej and Olin Junior) 0 100 200 300 .coe ,
weeks ( 500
The destroyers did not report which set the pattern for Utter "rk I area, with thousands of cattle charge.

I lJe Ifluwler term, 40 for, Nichols accessory, S.C.to, whose mur.r seeing any craft, according to pensions, covered Its hourh AcImsis ____ roaming the open range. LaterIn AU It will cost the MM I i ,

> had been commuted to 50 Informants, but said they ob. rated workers. It took last TRUE AT 30' LATITUDE life he resided In Immokalce erect the monument II'' Air ,
served what appeared to be minute accord Friday to avert a 'a C and Naples. like a 45 foot high concrete to. .

(fxr Brown* said the patrol car hostile craft on radar several threatened walkout by 7,000 a a Turks II. ,i \ The Burdine Ranch near iml- tern pole Is for material and

carrying trooper Cecil Mack miles away. salaried Chrysler employes - - mokalee Is a of the ranch labor estimated at 100,000 to

Inning, 42, and Marshburn, The sources said that In re,office and engineering personnel lands owned part them and soldto 1Z ,OOO crowns (around $- O.OVl

vfto was driving, came upon ports to the Pentagon reports who also belong to the UAW, by The 83.>'ear>old Spanish mast.
described as garbled the U.S. A national GM package, how. LBJ Condones the department store tycoon
Fowler and William G. Perry, er has donated the work, 'app'
did not they were ever, appears to be but one Promises To End the late Sam Thompson of 1mmokalee. -
32, Frankllnton, N.C. the esca. warships say Barry to see it put up "official!; in
pees as they walka4 down the fired on, as were other U.s. aspect of the upcoming barg.iln Who was mack's uncle. fine surroundings," according, tKrlstinehamn <

southbound lane of Interstate 95 destroyers clashes Aug. 2 and Ing. A General Motors spokes. Street Rioting, His maternal grand artist Dengt Ols.

about five miles north.H/f: Lum. 4. Those earlier clashes brought man estimated Friday night mother Laura R. Hendry was son.

berton. Officers saidIt 1 ; was a down swift U.S. retaliation or that 20,000 local grievances still Meddling In BusinessBUFFALO Miller Charges the wife of F.A. Hendry. Hen- hONG KONG (lAP) Mao

short distance from where they Red PT boat bases and oil are unresolved at various com dry County bears his name. TYe-tung will enter the, hospital

abandoned a stolen ttfj dumps. puny plant across the nation WILMftGTON; Del. (AP) Getting acquainted with his after Oct, 1 for a medic',U check

Marshburn swung the un. The U.S. carrier-launched, air that Reuther GM's estImated! on Aug. 24 Barry Goldwater, N.D.denounced(AP) -Sen. that the struggle against Com Rep. William I:. Miller said daughter, hearing for the first up, sources close t(. the Chinese:

marked patrol car around and strikes were said to have destroyed original economic Democrats' the munlst guerrillas In South VietNam Saturday President Johnson's ad. time theWords/'Granddaddy", Communists reported today.
about half of Red VietNam's offer similar to Ford's and agricultural pro. Is In fact
drove up facing the convicts a war ministration "con.
who were caught In the glare of 50 torpedo boats. Chrysler's would total 33 grams today and promised In a speech prepared for de. apparently made Erriack Packet a happy
doses violence In the streets"by
cents an hour over a three.year farmers "I will stop this at mart. j Life is wonderful, he
the headlight, Brown Reported. Despite strong pressure from livery the National Plowing not out Orville Faubus
speaking against
period. He said It would bureaucratic meddling In ; decided he had found the
Brown quoted Denning" 'as newsmen the government re. have to your Contest, Goldwater said, "The predictions that there would be for
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saying that at first the men did fused Friday to go beyond a 55. be bettered. private affairs. nation would be a lot better off violence If Republican Sen. pot of'g word It was by Chrysler and As for world affairs, the Re. if interim end.
not recognize the troopers as statement by Secretary of our President would Barry Goldwater were elected.
officers because of the plain Defense Robert S. McNamara Ford. Company and union off I. publican presidential nominee quit trying to run your farms Miller said to that ROCK Ark. AP

black patrol car: but Fowlerrn The White House and State clals have ..stlm ted that the declared: "We have to undo all and Instead clean out his own effect had been predictions made by Dr. Gov. On',il U Ir ,lutm--)) ."It"I., i
to Department remained silent Chrysler 'OItrad, would be the horrible bungling of the last stables hospital Krlila) niiiht inc t Irit
the rear of the car and ,
Martin Luther ,
the
wurtli) M i .Mils) in hour.lord's Tour years that has brought this King Negro wl'lt! lit1'I",'ti".,
h\ Penning who saw hImpwl illhough theit was a notable "At least then his confused civil rights leader, and by Sen. 2 Die 34 Hurt ment a 45 from his shirt. lack of crisis atmosphere ,"*nand 130,000 productionworkers country to war. running mate, Hubert Horatio William Fulbrlght D-Ark. and "0111 upper| lesplrilon Inii tics.,
,
In the too th, also won a Christmas "Our country has lost the Humphrey wouldn't pneumonitis of the right I un1'.
"He's armed, Denning Pentagon, as have to that Johnson did not speak out
scouted to Marshburn as the day wore on. bonus which Reuther said could peace the peace left to It by sidestep so many Issues." in As Bus Plunges Dr. T. J. Rane) who ejillerIn

tw troopers scrambled from But In South Viet Maui, a range from $2) to $100 per em. the EIsenhower administra Humphrey also has a speak. The response.Republican vice pteslden.tlal ) the day advised Faubii1- to
ploye. Calling It "frosting on the tion.: date III... home from i meotln) with
tUb! car. military spokesman said a special Ing today at the plowing candidate said the \ ,
alert had been ordered for cake," Routher said the first Goldwater said "We are at contest president Down CanyonREDDING Sen. Hubeit Ii. lluni'ihrc', It HIP
Brown said Fowler ran to the should have Issued "a
American forces there. bonus may corns next year.It war because of a policy of "We pledge a farm very Democritic stile munition,
program
of the and statement to the effect
right rear patrol car strong
is tied to a company.fl. weakness a policy of Indecision, ; Calif. AP A told the tor tcto
opened fire at Marshburn who McNamara said "preliminary good for the farmer good for that we don't tolerate for one ( ) Slid lie cover)
natired supplemental unemoloy.ment a policy of indirection. I say and the Greyhound bus hurtled 90 the hosplt.il 'be iusc It
wii silhouetted In the head. and fragmentary reports have rancher, good for the nation minute a threat of violence." feet ) ) .
benefit fund which pro. you say let's put an end to this Into a steep would be ml irt.l>ie.
ifTjits: behind him. been received of a nighttime Goldwater said. "We Miller made these commentsto canyon early Satur. morn "
Incident in International watersin vldes extra compensation for tragic mess. support the Republican farm day killing two persons and injur.
-4' after formal
reporters a news
lald-off workers. Henceforth. Goldwater has said repeatedly Ing 34
the Gulf of Tonkin. platform plank by plank." conference at the Wilmington othersat least five crltl
vessels when the fund Is full, Ford will cally
The American The COP platform promises Airport He came this morning
which he did not Identify by funnel excess payments Into the "development of The bus landed its
on
truly voluntary right
from where he
... '17'" r" type or by name reported nodamlll.'V bonus kitty LBJ Friend Of commodity programs for com. cluded Pittsburgh his first ,campaign foray con. side, pinning most of the pas ]r .f--

--=+ or loss of American Malcolm Denise, Ford vice merclal agriculture" along with Into Pennsylvania on a note of sengers Inside. Highway patrol. \

FORSUNFUN&P1SN lives, the defense secretary president and hid negotiator "price supports free of political party harmony with Penns 'I. men and crews from eight am. \ .

said. said the new agreement will Farmers Says manipulation in order to stlmu. vanla Gov. William W. Scrantonwho balances pulled passengers .
,
:f Silver King J McNamara's statement was mean substantially Imnroved late and attain fair market had battled Goldwater for from the wreckage.The l4\

il.tJ carefully drawn to avid any retirement benefits and earlierretirement Sen. price.. ." the GOP nomination highway patrol said |the 4ZIWf <:
) Humphrey
(Ih.IH.SiD"ChC" tchargt* 'that' the Comrrlunlsts/) / Incentive) Ooldwater said farm Income Miller' bus plunged Into the cahyon offlllgliway !
) When asked
a reporter fSjCI.IA j
MODERN. SA 0, FABT : .hAN'h4 \.ILU; .}
\ Denise said Ford's hourly .. .i
had attacked studio get across f should be Improved but not 99, abuut"'I'6'' miles ''
J FISHING-CRUISER, 'the Impression that the govern employes also would get two BUFFALO, N.D. (AP) -Sen. with "arbitrary handouts sub. whether cratlc administration he thought the condoned Demo. north of Redding, after a coin ..:. Slngei Hosemai V I'loone ,3t.
has entered in Santa
carried a hspital
Ml 2-2857 or Ml 2-3940 ment still did not have a com. additional paid holidays, one Hubert H. Humphrey ject to the whim and caprice" of racial violence, he replied slon with a pickup truck. alif. treatment If
and its Monica lor
of vacation
week LBJ -
more more the campaign
Capt. Cecil Lamb plete picture of what happened. secretary of agriculture OrvilleL "Yes, I do." An unidentified woman pas. Ill
chronic licidacln "he!
relief time, an Increase In the farm message to a vast au. Freeman. senger In the bus was dead
the on
Clearly
government was
? Nation. lie said King had made a undent thoiiu,' II c heck{ H
LU.LU4Gccd4:4: IJJI annual Improvement factor and dlence of farmers at the Aside from arrival Memorial a I \ up.
proceeding cautiously before his endorsement statement in at 1I0spit al.Twenty.seven .
Improved health, disability and al Plowing Contest Saturday and Germany predict. was not immedidtelv knc' oJ,
conclusions about of the GOP farm plank Gold. other
reaching persons
any ing there would be outbreakof
had better an when she would retin Mme
benefits. The "You
Insurance them
>, the significance of the latest other advised : water did not spoil out his solu. violence If Goldwater were admitted to the hospital .
latter benefits also would go to make sure you have a friend in were HOLLYWOOD (AI'c
Including five listed
Tonkin Gulf Incident. tion to agricultural pl'ol>lems. In elected and that as critical
Fulbrlght had tress Hedrun II I I MM
retirees. the White House. Tipi ) I' "
Although there will be no Their friend said the vice Raleigh N.C-, last Wednesday made similar remarks In a and five as serious. business agent Noel Marshall
The other also
fgMPLESfJiEATRE he talked fatality, a
[ boost this Is Presl. about curtailment of speech on the Senate floor. 33 obtained a marriage lie< onse!
general pay year, presidential nominee
TOKYO (AP) Foreign Mln.Ister workers will realize about 10.9 dent Johnson. farm price supports and control Miller said Fulbrlght was "a woman, died at the same hospl. Friday at Los Angeles oimU; )
Xuan Thuy of North VietNam over a period of five to tal.
lOyears. leading for
cunts an hour In takehonwpayIn But Son. Barry Goldwater, he spokesman" the Courthouse. The' plan to be
said Saturday latest Ton. But most of ColJwater's Seven other persons were
That's when Ford farm Johnson administration. married Sept. 27. bath; has been
kin Gulf Incident Is of tha ute October. added would pronounce a country speech was aimed Miller noted that admitted to Mercy Hospital In
at Johnson has
the entire bill married once.MERCED ,
will begin footing "doath sentence to agriculture.
; most gravity and the U.S. gov. foreign policy and Redding.
: what he spoken out against such vlo.
for group life and disability Humphrey steered the John. Calif. (AP) -
ernmcnt "must bear full re. Insurance. Workers have been son-Humphrey campaign from called "peace through pre. lence, but the New York con. Officers said the bus appar. Globe grldler Joan Merr'im
sponsibility for all serious con. ently struck the rear of pickup
.1 paredness not a
war through said the Presidenthad
that rost. gressman Smith became the
-PerkdOf-- paying part of the southern port of Houston to It Friday
sequences arising" from It. weakness. done truck. careened across the
so "abstractedly inspeeches"
this northern farm area al. first woman to fly one of the AirForce's
------ -- 80
made statement In and
Thuy the highway ripped out feet
THRU and had not com.
SEPTEMBER 6th
most crossing paths with Gold newest and fastest jet
to the cochairmen of guard rails before plungingInto
a
message
mented on specific statements
SEPTEMBER I6thSUNMON.TUES the interceptors the FlOG Delta
water, Republican preslden.tlal
and participating countries of Baptist Officials candidate In both states. Commit Tampa such as those attributed to King the canyon. Dart at Castle Air Force
the 1954 Geneva Conference that and Fulbrlght. A Greyhound spokesman In

guarantees the Independence of Held By Fidel For palgner Goldwater Friday also, was a Texas scheduled cam. Boy Who Wrote Of Miller plans to addressa San Francisco said the bus was Base Her near top Merced speed in, Calif.the jet was
Indochina. northbound from San Franciscoto
to at the match luncheon of local Republican announced as Mach 2 twice
speak plowing a -
w- ___ Peking's New China news Political ActionsMIAMI few hours after Humphrey. Killing PresidentTAMPA leaders before heading for NewYork's Klamath Falls, Ore. the speed of sound.

Kit* MlttS TI1HWWOHENUV agency namese reported message the In North a Hanoi.Viet (AP) Havana Radio Humphrey let no one wonder (AP-A high school Long Island to wind up miles The northeast wreck scene of San Is about Francis.co 200. Mrs. Smith of Long Beach,

lniMrwmssNHMM that two officials of about his second campaign swing afiveday Calif., recentl made
Johnson's
dalellned dispatch monitored In said Saturday background."You junior who wrote in his english in mountainous Shasta Coun. > a 27,000-
tan OliWWED.THURFRI the Baptist Church had been ar. know where President theme that he planned to assassinate tour through 11 states mile world flight
Tiikyo. It said that at 10 ty-
p.m.
I of
the Southwest, Midwest and
rested as counterrevolution Johnson stands," said Hum the President has been
local time) Friday "two U.S. East. .
( ---
arles phrey. "lie is a rancher and a committed to a hospital for -
oJ destroyers came very close to The broadcast, monitored In cattleman. lie is your friend." psychiatric care. Scranton and Miller put on a Title Company
the coastal waters of Nghe andProvlm'e.
From the shore, great Miami said Santiago Estenza But, he added, "You had bet. U.S. District Judge Joseph 1'. 'I,display of party unity Fridayin 252,000 Federal
..;' Cuellar of San Luis and Abel la ter know where Sen. Goldwater Lleb ordered 17.year.old Carl Pittsburgh. of Naples
explosions were heard, lights Scranton, who nas pledged to
Ollvero of Santiago used their stands. lie has said he doesn't Pelvic committed following a Money AvailableTo
and U.S. aircraft were seen In support the national ticket, was ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
church positions- Ainspeclfled know anything about farming hearing Friday in which a psy. Fridaywhen
the offing consplrously on the spot
to hide I political activities and I believe him. chlatrlst testified that the boy Miller's chartered airliner Train Jobless ThTh.E' INSL'RtNCE
against the Fidel Castro "He also has said he to 34 Park St.MI .
govern. wants was "not sufficiently safe for touched dow.i at Allegheny TALLAHAEE (AP) Ron. 21559w
... ment get rid of our price control himself and society"
pro. County airport I during: a light aid Spencer Jr., new chairmanof
JAMIS PAMnA ','.::.:::':; H.W. Clouser Baptist officials In the United grams and a good many of Delvlr was arrested last April rainstorm. the State Industrial Commls. J.

:, D.AUiN IIfflN .. .r,' States say there are about 30,. you. I believe he means that, after he turned in a theme In slon, said today that $252,000 ..,,,I...
Metropolitan, Iniurinca ConsultantMetropolitan 000 members of their denoml. too." which he said he planned to kill ,_
Federal funds will be used to ;:: ,...
nation In Cuba.Q't The Minnesotan cautionedthat President Johnson and leadersof Correction finance retraining of 365:; jobless A

Life programs for wheat, feed various minority organiza. adults and youths.

SAT UWr Nmw grains cotton and wool all ex. ttons and racial groups. H.B. Watkins Sr. has advised The training will be given in
. ,
YO''' N y
that he U not "Col-
pire next year and any new The News vocational schools at Fort Lau.i,"

will gladly: recommend a %?!. II legislation must go to the White liar County Republican Finance derdale JacksonvUle, Pen

program to fit your per far mentioning House for approval or veto. Havana Traffic Chairman" as the paper was cola, Tampa, Miami and 1 CUSTOMjREUPHOLSTERING

.; NORTHroS sonal Lift 'insurance "You had better make sure," Informed and so published on Park. The training will sa-'I
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. said "that Snarled By Crash
netJi. Call or write: Humphrey, Lyndon September 17. Watklns' office welding office clerking
Our .dv.rt.i.n thank tool Johnson remains
flWSKA Midway 2-3098 you ; as" Presidentof MIAMI (AP}-Havana traffic said he Is chairman of the mobile repair, sales and

L __ .0... the United States seldom tranquil was snarled in Goldwater For President Committee work. _
P. O. Box 995 Njplei The President's running mate
the Vedado section last night bya
but Is s registered Democrat .
said Goldwater had this to aay collision of 14 motor vehicles.

about farm programs: in his Havana Radio said in a Miami >,
i I book "Conscience of a Conserv. The Newt U plact to cisrlK:
'q REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES monitored broadcast that oil NAPLES
atlve": "There can be no equl. and rain on a roadwa caused a the tatter.

DRIVE.INll. vocation here prompt and tf
au chain collision )t five buses,
\f? THEATRESUN.MON S Motels hardnces final termination of the farm six passenger automobiles, two BUSINESS
subsidy program.
I jeeps and a truck
Rentals I Acreage "This" thundered Humphrey, -n I '

"is the death sentence '
I to agrl. I .
Co-operative apartments culture. It would impoverish SERVICEPAYROLLS
farm people wipe out billionsIn jVCOUNTDOWNRII IcIik- E\l'Elllt\E: MAKES:

Belch front property rural land values ruin

SEPT. 20. II PARTICULAR PROPERTY FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE I business on rural America's for TilE IMFHHE.MK)

Tony Curtit CKritttn* K..,'".. in I main streets and solve abso.luUl I I citizenship i:1o t $
WILD AND WONDErFUL SPECIALIZING IN NAPLES AND SURROUNDING AREAS ) nothing" RECORDS
Color The exp-rlf need hand of Sir

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1uwe.3'"CHOlCE ,
y'
PLUS SECOND MATUM - TAXES
Arch Hall. J,. M.r.tyn Manning InIIGAH :- 113 DAYS moot beautiful upholstery

W. Roy Smith '$* 'f- PROPERTIES- AND *vrk ",labia,


Color REALTOR III LEFT TO Tom In and Irt u. discs..
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rr '. . COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl-i' Fla. Sunday, Stptrmkw" ?0. 1964 3
r- SUNSHINE SUPREX PROUDLY OFFERS MORE

t Everglades 4ewsBy a 0J

1&- BID;' D. Smith', ..: f

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In our area he last frontier" Town Is a buMin with excite

many unusual, exciting events ment, expeclally among the fe
happen' daily, ..cording tel Law. male population, as rumors are
rence Brown of Chokoloskee,Co. flying that the John Monore's
Owner of Angler' Motel and home on Copeland (formerly the
Marina located on the causeway. Bush house) John's new additionis

Brown wag enroute from Everglades tobeaBEAUTYPARLORMrs.
to Chokoloskee and ao. Moore Is a licensed beauty opel'a.tor /
proxImately! halfway between the and had her own shop on the 0
bridge on the highway and the Ma. East Coast for many years Everglades
rlna, a few days ago when he has been without a beaut)
laW, what he thought was a pairof shop for two years. The last
deer, feeding at the waters shop here was operated by the
edge Huge, larger than a dog, late Mrs. Dorothy Brooks.
reddlsh.brown In color they stood
out against the shore line on HAPPY BIRTHDAY
ebb tide Equally surprising was Happy birthday greetings to TIME-SA VER
J the number of Roseate Spoon. Mayor Cecil Drake and "Butch"
bills feeding who like the Great Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I, White Heron are found only In But Hughes, "Butch was 15 years I
,1 the tropical climate, and are old and Mayor Drake Is not a. sow BLEACH
t. few In numbers, seemingly fac. talking . . .
Ing extinction. Locally they ares The beautiful dark.red homeof soh,
called "Pink Curlew". Brown the Felix Zlgman's, located
said on a closer approach that Riverside Drive at the bend of
I what he thought was deers were Barron River, shaded by giant
panthers! Banyan Trees, has been pur. 19
They gambled around the chased by Mrs Mildred Cooke.It 'f- HALF
shoreline like a pair of play Is reported that former Coun GAL
ful kittens, and the "pink cur. cllman Zigman and his wife will

lew" seemed calmly unaware ol move to Texas. MOVE TO CITY I Two Swans seem unperturbed LIMIT 1 WITH $3
the The Cooke's live on Riverside
panthers presence In their ,In their now ittting after building nlll homo on a marshy PURCHASE
Drive In a spacious pale yellow
midst. Brown said he ,
p was al. pond it Whlppi Cross In the London suburb of W.lth m,tow.
e most rooted to the spot watch. house (Mrs. Cooke Is the head
Ing the scene before him. The of City's Beautification programand
c birds were scooping the minute husband Paul Is EvergladesCity
u shellfish In their spoon-llke bills, Councilman). Both are long ICATSUP
while the panthers played on.On. time residents and ardent Everglades Women Plan AMERICAN BEAUTY
l ly their extremely longtalls.curl. boosters of Everglades. They

ed up at the end, made him pos. are convinced Everglades will
I Itive that he was watching pan. progress Paul D. Cooke setout
thers at play. to prove his convictions He Swimming Pool For Town

I He finally rushed to the motel purchased the house "next door"
for a movie camera, with sis. from Ronald Wardell. Dewey EVCRGLADES-- Ever
ter.tn.law, Mrs. Maurice Brown Polly Realty's Everglades glades Woman's Club held Its
1 and his wife he returned to take Branch Office handled the sale. first meeting In the Club room 'I. 1 104
I plcutres of the panth.rs and birds Chamber of Commerce Se. In City Hall Tuesday night. ::J 12-0%.
but It was too late. As silentlyas cretary, Birdie Garret stated President Rachel Wilson warm- BOTTLEEXTRA
they had that the Chamber has purchaseda 1. $
.
come, they had vanished ly welcomed the members and \
In a few short minutes back Polaroid camera for publicityand '= :::
to their lair In the deep swamps. advertising news releases. guests. ,
Brown Is of the opinion that this In the past, news was stale be. Mrs. "Cuzy" Whitmore gave \
troplcal.jungle home of the pan. fore a roll of film taken In Ever. the collect of National Federation a 4j
thers is In the Half.Way Creek glades could be printed and re. of Business and Profess
area. turned to the Chamber offlce.SheIs sional Women. Rev. HomerG.

Ernest W. "Red" Fussell, a sending out letters to Charter Welsbecker of the community RED OR YELLOW i\
resident of Everglades who Boat Skippers to drop off news Church In Evergladesgave y. 46-0' 8 9 JL
drives the large bulk Gulf 011 of their "catches" and to call the Invocation,followed by HAWAIIAN PUNCH O Cans "
truck, was called to make a de. the Chamber at Oxford 5.3941 the Pledge of Allegiance to the
livery to a farm a few days ago. to photograph the "big ones". i SHOWBOAT
As he started to unload the All Charter Boat Captains please nag.Principal l STAMPSNO 19. Economy 27
truck, he slipped and fell. His note the Chamber's phone num. speaker scheduledwas PORK & BEANS Size 40.0. *
Bill Ryan of Radio Station
ber. Heard Captain Smallwoodhad
hand struck an old board, and COUPON NECESSARY
drove a rusty 10 penny nail' far a charter party aboard the W. .O.G., Naples. Unfortuna- RACHEL WILSON
into his hand. He was rushed to "Nepanthla". Call the Chamber tely he had flown to Tampa
Naples Medical Clinic, he was number quick Skipper Smallwood. and his return flight was LOG CABIN SYRUP GREEN GIANT CREAM STYLE
treated and given a tetanus shot. Speaking of Charter Boat SkIp. sister who will reside with her grounded due to the weather.
The accident occured at 10 o'clock pare, Capt. John Scudder guidingat In the new quarters.They former. Several men attended the meet-
the "other end of the park" ly rented the L.D. lies house, CORN
but by 3130| an Infection had set Ing to hear and 349cI
Ryan they expressed
In. For awhile It was feared that Flamingo, brought his boat to just off of Camellia Street.
the infection would turn Into blood Barton Marine Ways at Choko. Mrs. Dorothy "Dot" Weeks Is hope that he wouldbe
polslonlng and force amputationof loskee, for a fast paint job. Fast visiting former home and faml. able to speak at a future -

the hand. We are glad to report Indeed . he left Flamingo at ly In New York State, she may date. iE1i5Iiii: I
that all is well and "Red" Is 4 a.m., job finished same day take in the World's Fair before Miss Wilson gave a reporton a
past danger and Is back on the job. and on top of that he left Choko. returning Hope she stops In the the Woman's Club Banquet _
loskee In time to return to Fla. "Everglades" section at the held In June at the Rod and l
WEDDING IN GEORGIA mlngo by 7 p.m. Round trip is Florida Pavilion. She could pick Gun Club, where she was Installed EXTRA STAMPS!
Mr. and Mrs Walter Holzman approximately 150 miles up an Everglades ,Chamber of as president for the FMI PITCHER
traveled to Statesboro, Ga. to attend Everglades High School Bas. Commerce brochure. second Ben Parks was
the wedding of their son, ketball team had first practice Just heard of the pleasant sur. year.
the dinner His
speaker at
Martin Holzman to Marjorie session Wednesday night Sche. prise party honoring Mrs. R.B. WITH PURCHASE OPJIFFY
Parker, In the home of the bride's dule of games has not been re. Benson Sr., on Saturday Sept. subject was "Travel Is Fun".
parents. The wedding was scheduled leased, Everglades Conference 19, at her home. Surprise was lie also showed slides of the Best of Meats
for 4 p.m. yesterday. The Tournament Is played every year, planned and executed by Mrand New York World Fair,and other

newly weds will temporarily re with a play.off every spring. The Mrs. R.B. Benson, Jr. who re. points of Interest In the United for Miles Around BURGERS
side therewhlle Martin finisheshis naming of a captain for each game side with Bensons mother the States Thirty-five persons at \:
student-teaching duties at was In practice last year. honored guest, on Copeland Ave. tended.
Georgia Southern College The Twelve ladles attended a Tup. Many happy returns. The slate of office rs this yearIn
couple met In college.MaJorle perwa party at the home of Mrs Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Martin of addition to President Wilson (
also a student there. Martin Is Joyce Bateman, Everglades. Ap. Lee Cypress accompanied by aret Dolly Ballard, vicepresident : .
majoring In Physical Education. proximately an equal number of Miss Glenda Smallwood, visit r- I
They hope to return to Evergladesto children enjoyed the party with ed In Naples Manor with daugh. Dorothy Dearing, secretary " \l\ POUND FREEZER
reside permanently Martin tern Williams and and Katherine Tye, trea- 'I"" Ji"
their mothers. Mrs. Gray :, ' :r WRAPPED PACKAGI
was born here and his bride has Mrs. Mamie Osmer Is still Mrs James Slngletary. Besides surer, 1" WI\\' I
visited here several times. confined to the hospital, this Is enjoying a pleasant visit, it was A report was given on the ,
, her second week, and all wish the first time that parents view. fun and festive tea given by ,,,, '"
her a speedly recovery She lathe ed the Williams home, recently the Club last Sunday, held In ,!I.. ...",. "f
second.gradeteacherln Ever. purchased from Noble Wrlght.Na. the library at the Everglades '
EXCLUSIVE AT R&R glades Elementary School. plea Manor Is five miles east schools. Many paid their membership Miss FreshOLEO CHOPS
Home from the hospital Is Lois of Naples, on the Tamlaml Trail. dues at the tea. Dues PORK

Our SpecialIndividuality Marie Evans at the home of her Report from Capt. Lamar are now $3.00, of which $1.00 WlWlN
parents, Capt. and Mrs. "Dinks" Thompson, guiding out of goes to the Federation of Wo
Boggess. Mrs. Evans Is report Angler's Motel and Dock, out for men's Clubs while the balanceof
in. . ed to be feeling better, althoughstill only the morning tide, on Thurs.
$2.00 to the Everglades
weak. day, shows taken by spinning goes I
Mrs. Virginia Pike of Cope tackle, baited with shrimp were Chapter. Hie 79c
GIFTS land Avenue and son, Mike, has four snook, one redflsh and An announcement was read
returned from spending a weekIn many sheepshead. of the State Board meeting to 2 294
INTERIORSNow Naples, Mrs. Pike's parents Mixed blessings were confer. be held at Cocoa Beach, this -
Mand Mrs. Salvadore Com. red on David Fussell this week. will be i three day affair,
ez are former residents of Ever. He has three teeth filled at Na. The main project of the Wo
glades Mrs. Gomez has been pies, this was bad, bet he did man's club Is raising money
Open
111, but Mrs. Pike reports, Is not have to go to school, this for a municipal swimming pool 25 EXTRA STAMPS -
FURNISHEDMODEL much Improved. was good. Mrs. Ruth Fussell, for Everglades Primarily for NO COUPON NECESSARY!
Good news to all who have David's mother drove him to
the youth, It would provide entertainment -
enjoyed the delectable mullet fish Naples BURKSTONE
in suppers at the Church of Cod.on Hammock Landing, Othoiwe, for adults as well. COTTAGE NOW! IN STOCK! A COMPLETE LINE
GULF TOWERS Saturday nights Is the report home of Mr. and Mrs Chester The cost would run between 294

APARTMENTS that starting Saturday Septem. DavIson, entertained guests; 25000.00 and $30,000,00. The :in.
ber 19 the suppers will be flv. Capt. and Mrs. H.E. Smith, Mrs City of Everglades have agreedto CHEESE : SOLO CAKE & PASTRY FILLINGS
en again through the winter sea. Ike House and Charles "Slim1 donate i large tract of land

son, fish, hush puppies, cold Larrabee, with the showing of lying on Broadway at Copeland
slaw, beverage and home made beautiful slides of the Holy Land, Avenue. The City also agreedto
pies and cakes, are sold for especially the scenes of Mount
maintain the 2CANS29
; 1SotJltc..J1JS swimming pool ARGO GREEN LIMAS
$1.00 for adults and child's por Carmel. At the time slides were If the Woman's Club builds It. $
tlon for 50 cents All proceeds taken, the flowers and shrub
This Is tremendous under-
a
from the suppers go Into a church bery on the Holy' Mountain wereIn
r JI '' ..;rI .n', taking for small group whit
bloom. One slide, taken from FANCY ITALIAN
PRUNEPLUMS
fund.Miss Rachael Wilson, teacherat the foot of Ml. Carmel, showedthe numbered 31 members a
1290 Third St So. Everglades and president of dark green foliage of the year By selling candy rJ VINE4UPITOMATOES
Member the Everglades Woman Club, Italian Cypress trees etched other articles they have accumulated 2bs.1 29$

American\ Institute Is moving Into the late Lucy clearly against the cloudiest sk>'. approximate I ..
McLeod home on Riverside Purple bougalnvlllla was In evl. 00 and there is $2OO'.' /, earmarked
Interior Designers Drive. She is accompanied her deuce on Mt. Carmel. However to i building ruM, :u
this rich tropical shrub was mOil II
be ,
may possible to 'rat : ,
'in evidence In Akka, direct!) CELLO PACK .
the swimming pool fur across the Bay of Acre The
archive Building and the Banal District Ranger 104LARGE
Stokes Roy May and Gra: '. CARROTS
The Agency With Personal Service. -- Pilgrim house, on Mount beg
Hl.l attended
Carmel were awe-lnbptring, the meetingthe iiir
In the slides of Akka. one slid Everglades Lions
I IA projected clearly the scarred Stokes and May express
sides of the Fort. The pockmarks the Lions will cooperate In SPANISHONIONS
dopomUblo coney, roipomiblo were made by Napolean way they can with! the i.o ie
for protecting you your cannon's, at the height of his Club efforts, howeverthe ..ierahavemanyprojectsoftheir ,104SPECIALS
family, bane! end buKMM battle, long before the battle at MIMMINQ OUAIf
.irut ) i,
( every (iiuurabU threat Waterloo. The fort was turned -
of 1 ten through t planned program and can not specifically t> Into a prison, considered to be
of protection giMruitood the worst prison in the countryat how much help they can give.

by ArancUI componlot itronttfc.of. twaqu..Naeed that time. It was here that Donald Dearing, Forrest Harmon FOR WON TUES WED, OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M.. T'n
Batas u Ilah, the Prophet of the and Rev. Weisbecker ere --
Bahal Faith spent part of his also guests of the ladles.
Imprisonment and exile which
numbered 40 years. Everyone Reads The NEWS SUPRk11

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6tbt: oss elherit'd Nt\\J Who Is Behind the Mask?



m RLPII W. LOEW DD
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1964
Newspaper Enterprise Assn.


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Friends Are Priceless JewelsIt The other evt'ningl'e saw


T is comforting to know that this is that a man had to be a pretty crafty sort .. u the documentary life and culture film depicting of the

I.b. going to be a nice, friendly campaign of guy to amass so much loot, and hinted Jii ;J Eskimos. These primitiveS

nit with not the slightest thought of low, that it must be hard for anyone to makea S have managed to un'IVe

W blows considered by fortune the Mr. Johnson has made f the rigors of the ArctiC
sneaking being way f I legions and at the saint time
either side. his and find it possible to sleep well at J I, have developed their I 0I \\n

Infi wouldbe i interesting set of lustimsI .
Assurance that the campaign iiI ii/ I
fih night.The I For instance there is the
fiV sort of like a jolly tussle between senator also, but lust casually, t i' lEstl81Ilcoming the com.

friends came weeks ago when Demo- mind you, remarked that the President is }.} ', ing of spring. The long dark

cratic and Republican leaders solemnly so adroit and influential he may be ableto ) I t nights begin to shortin still and

signed a Fair Campaign Practices Code, arrange for a national crisis or two on :., tl with below the zero temperatures there are t the first

tltl pledging to keep it clean, so help us the eve of election. While this mightbe .:j! hints of the coming warmth

tla Miss Hannah, with nothing to be said dangerous for the country, Senator ;{ I ..< 't t.k i From their various little bore he was The, God fellow must has !'
vawned hid
; < : huts and homes these familes poor !
tla that a fellow wouldn't say about his own Goldwater suggested it would win votes , . : ,: of the icy land gatherfor thought of it so long he prob.
':., i ... ublv didn't know what he
mother. for his fine, friendly opponent. jr" .Jji' a festival which features
This the the 'ol ,. .t(", dances of gratitude for the really looked like for he had
The pledging ceremony was a studyin is way to keep cam- i': .1. i coming of another season of l>believed his own mask

I harmonious relations between men of paign clean and sweet-smelling all the ..:. spring. They express thur Caught as we are in the

I good will. It was obvious that the happy way. It beats ordinary campaign poli- gl'alitude'Ilh masks. Liter throes of political campaigns

f t signers could hardly restrain their eager- tics all hollow If Nik Khrushchev has by g entlcaricatuung I earls and becomes Inlet national Intrigues it
incitasinglv
other subtlv ribbing I I one dilTnultto '
t ness to demonstrate their friendly feel any chance been hoping the election may another with! other masks know when we are or are

1 1I ings toward one another. bring out a trace of rivalry between the which d.pkt'al'ious characteristics not wearing masks We quote

Taking care not to mention any two parties and their candidates man, ( of their mighbois soimoneVertlateanotlurs Do .
impressions find
The next day I cent a'rosst we the
names, since that might possibly be regarded he must be bitterly disappointed. Any he lake where we are \aia real pirson'

s as unfriendly, lBJ urged his followers fool can plainly see that both sides are I I f I I .v'I tloning and visited a youth One day In a family conversaion .
k A lad from church we were discussing:
my \
l for him determined the camp.
to vote
as a protest on keeping campaign nice the virtues
and I chatted for a moment necessary forhl'
1 against "reckless factions" he describedas and friendly and gentle. !mid then with an astonished development of good govern

being "contemptuous toward the will It somehow reminds one of the old A'i. Iy 1r k look, the little fellow said merit and we gut around to

t of majorities, arrogant toward our allies, story about two Tasmanian gentlemenwho Oh His, you're surprise Mr Loew was obvious" discussing hereupon integrity one of the

e e belligerent toward adversaries, and care- got engaged in a nasty knife fight. and so was mine. I see him members of the clan\ a rising:

I less toward peace" They slashed away at one another some : :: \ every week. But he hadn't young/ executive said: M\d'!,
: here And I don't know how to define
expected to see me
a Now this is about and fiErce. fellow said
friendly to
as thing Finally one he hadn't expected to sec me Integrity but whenever I

e cozy as you can get in so few words, the others) "Yah, you blind cow, you 1 in swimming trunks and a think of II, I think of \\'.II."

f and you couldn't ask for better from a never even touched me" To which the The Best of BoyleBY NEWS FROM sport shirt. He had been ac "\\'.II" Is his! father.In.law'He :
tustomed to me In a had gotten behind many
seeing
lifetime pal.Goldwater. other fellow replied: "Oy, Oy, Buster, WASHINGTONASSOCIATED church wearing certain clerical masks! of life and had reeognlzid -

1t t was just as eager to carryout lust wait until you shake your head" HAL BOYLEHal clothing. lie hadnt expected truth In lUsh Insteadof
PRESS
his end of the bargain and to do It might be well if those two staunch to see me without my truth In mask.

r a good old LBJ as good old LBJ was doing friends, Mr Goldwater and Mr. Johnson, Boyle 1 I. Ill got drank a fish a toast for obedience.In soda pop. Kelki "mask"(How !many masks doIt' that It we is imperative recognize that just there now

unto him. refrain from shaking their heads too Norris said the feat was a first tonal WASHINGTON Income (AP) Per.have In our wardrobe? Allot Is someone behind any mask
robe 12.5 billion Ir
f He reminded his audiences that the abruptly during the next few weeks. HONOLULU By MALCOLM(AP) -BARR Kelkl I.I la In marine history, though he August to an annual rate of $t94') us have theme wear we seem to seeVe aunt
one for the family and just stupid noitlierners or
President is a very rich man, conceded Friendship, it's wonderful!! yqung porpoise and the Pacific was researchers Quick to at point Point out Magoo that billion, the Commerce Depart,, another for the office There's'Ilia Southern whites or hews or

Is Its backyard. ment said Friday The rise waabout ('hlldlho : "1 could Negroes. Once more
: can
Calif, recently let a porpoise says you
coIn billion
7 The playful, Intelligent animal much the same way. But this $1 higher than the 1 tell by the say you were talk liar St. Paul shouting omIr"

1a 1 ieidtq' eon ",8 Ot/wu was one of the brightest young. one wore a harness and an last average three monthly months.gain over the'ling on the phone Ihal vou ramparts that the godly
sters In the school at
I y Hawalt'sOceanic Inflated buoy which prevented It All of Individual, were talking to one of the community has neither "Uw.
t Institute and was sin. from diving. Kelkl was unfet. Income components farm '; ladles of the club" \\'wear nor Greek slaves or free
gled out for an experiment except payments masks for our voices. Sometimes We "since all
( EDITOR'S NOTE: We ain't mad at NOBODY yetis ) tered. either remained steady or rose are persons
which frightened It half to them for have sinned and fall short
t "This Is a significant feat. A with and salaries leadingthe ;: we wear our of
death and caused a group of vast wet world of research Is Increase wages bolstered ;: wives or husbands and others the glory of God'Sometimes

All Twisted Out.of Shape marine. researchers to dance IJle. open to us with an animal like raise for federal, employes by a pay for the children The tragedy( that pirsm

l this who will roam the Pacific, Government payrolls ad. Is compounded \lhl'nIe try hood. seems difficult to find
Kelkl was, so to speak, taken then return to us. The posslblH. ranced about $1 billion ol!: to wear them for God. It s exciting to know that Go,1,I
4' off the leash and allowed to ties are unlimited," Norris said which $700 million represented', There was that man who knows the person loves that
roam In the ocean. the pay raise for civilian work.: stood up in the temple to pray \person. and that we arc meantto
B was a breath.holding ex. ers. Nongovernment payrollswere and began by describing his be collaborators in the

pertinent for the porpoise and YOUR ', up by $1.3 billion mask "I fast I tithe I wor healing l i and reconciling\
for the traIner. After being In The average annual personal[ Ship, etc. etc etc." What a process!

captivity for several months, Income for the first six monthsof

KelU wasn't too enthu.lastIC.IbOUt. 1904 -,.,$486\ tUllon wtjS QUICK .
: !r t etJ the turbulent Pacific if"He f lETTERSMosourro I .9 per ,,cen{; above, last,,year's QUIZ.QTo GEIiSl i pF IT(1OjGf T
4 was terrified, scar* average, ,
Sys stiff said Dr. Kenneth Norris
WASHINGTON what religious denomination -
the Institute's vice president. (AP) The did the early cir.
Kelkl was trained first In a CONTROL Communications Satellite Corp curt riders belong? CHARACTER
has
tank at the Institute, and laterIn ment delayed of its t election formal of announce.new dll. A-The Methodist Church. Character is the governing

a lagoon. Norris, Taylor Editor Collier County NewsiI rectors because of A circuit rider preached every element of life, and is above
Pryor president of Sea Life I was listening to the "com vote recount demanded a prolonged day and twice on Sunday covering genius
q Park and of the Institute; andPryor's ment" today anent on his circuit four -Frederick Saunders
} :' program technical grounds by a dlsap. every or
wife, Karen, park cura. mosquito control. five weeks.
pointed candidate for a board That which refines characterat
tor, then took the porpoise out to .
It seems the "skeeters" will the same time humbles, exalts
sea."We have It their way until November seat.Company officials said Friday Q-What is meant by blackberry . and commands a man and
"x told him to beat It, to get obedience him
winter? gives courage,
because the Mosquito Con- that the new tally could not
lost, go Join his friends," said A-A spell of cool weather devotion, and attainment
change the outcome but
District has they
trol no until -
Pryor. And beat It Kelkl dId money
.
while -Mary Baker Eddy
deferred occurring blackberry
a formal certificationof
the Fall when taxes are paid.
"He went screaming off along
the election pending its corn bushes are in bloom Character Is like a tree and
It does
I the coast. He was obviously seem a pity that there
reputation like Its shadow The
terrified," Norris said. Is no way of borrowing enoughfor pletlon Q-Why are filibustersmore I
Six directors appointed to shadow Is what we think of It:
t But Kelkl eventually settled a few flights during the COMSAT'S board by the late common in the Senate the tree is the real thingAbraham .

down, made a deep dive, and next week or so. President John F. Kennedywere than in the House'Rules LincolnBy

11 headed 200 yards out toward the Why can't the District or elected to the new per. \- of the Senate permit nothing do men show their

horizon. The group of marine county borrow some from the manent board Thursday at the unlimited debate unless character more than by the ,
researchers triggered an electronic city's "Idle" fund. I've heard company's first meeting of cloture Is voted. (House rules! things they laugh at j

21' recall signal, and within the city manager tell of a fund stockholders.The limit debate. .-Johann Wolfgang Goethe
seconds Keikl was scratching Its that has close to $100,000 In six will represent COM. I

back against their small motor and they don't know what to SAT's public stockholers. Six

boat. Shooed off several times, do with It presently. other directors will representthe WASHINGTON ANt
each time It returned. private communications
There should be some
Norris and the group was way. carriers, while three more will
Jackson Kneeshaw
HSMALLBUSINESS"
jubilant. They danced a jig and be designated by President .
Naples, Florida Johnson.

.. ,,- ," iy C. WILSON MAR D' '
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NMI BAY Wls AP
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-' ;!! _v .: <, j" Former PreslJent Dwight D.
WHNEI, THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR EIsenhower An any Iorl'nt lit a Krnull boy IhlK IN all due to the reportby
Friday made his
MARL ARC BCO.AREA kmwi. there In nothing inure the I' H. Surgeon Generalthat
first appearance before a politi.cal devious than In
'II ,{ II1'llg IUJI they dtvUlnit Ixarrttei
J r] \, I I can be! a i'IUKI'live
1 I 6ERMANC group in the 1994 campaign means of vacate going to bid
factor
A "No" Vote In lung cancer. H h
Medicare
Against TILT I \ OGEAPIUS: but gave only scant attention to "it the proper hour. They need nut the! purpose here to to Into
ACROSS contests outside of Wisconsin a Klaus <.f water
,, ref 1. Pierce 27 On this V S E 0 R C .0 .! !. !i He gave a solid endorsementto Kit up to brush their they teeth have, as tlJ the pro, but and It ion IK significant of thin discussion thai-

5. Take out account R E N t. G A 0 Eo L. t. S an old friend, Wilbur Renk, they forgot. or there u same urn the Surgeon General feels
11 Small ar 28 Afflict Eo tot T e. R to IN t. Iii ii the IItal.'. Republican candl. thing they have to net to take If any at tlun U taken It should
i a madlllo 29. In this May date for the U.S. Senate He also to school In be by rood and Administration -
r w- 1S . R t. T t. A C t. R the mornlnii Drue
12. 31. Afresh
Hydrocar asked the Wisconsin GOP to not FTC.
bon Sparoldflih S A T S t1 0 R T A G t. return the state "to our kind of In short any r eee

14. Orris.root 34 Energy T R t. E. to \L S L. Eo T principles" thing doing' to what avoid ' This ruling Is a curious one I"

keytone i oil 31: Line. AM- E R I NO. M to R t. they are sup the extent that FTC abandons
16, Cereal seed 36 Seed bear Its intimkd duties In the felt
17, Indian mulIng cone, at ROM A N C. Eo A N A S * * * * * 'HIHtod| to duee 'Jt economic health to dabble In

berry pine Eo R S S Eo N PAM T COLLIER COUNTY NEWS the area of public health.
18 Unfolds 38. Publicity Into hit fit. see
20 Belonging notice SOLUTION Of YISTHDAY PUZZLE MICHAEL: CHANCE: Edit.Publ thtr Category loo It la perhaps true that exletolve .
toll 39. Mimic THOMAS HAVER Aasocista Editor often. UN* the
21, Dutch 40. Smooth and 2. Shlpnorm 10. Gritting ALBERT MARSHALL WVATT, Adv. Manager e d e r I-c'WMardeT: : ; :: -- some people tmoklni Other people has killed have
: OPOLKA
Mach
commune shining 3, Exceeding out DAVID Supt Trade (CommUnion Actually, been killed by excesalve drinkIng .
HERMANSON Cire
41. 4. Poison 13 Other lie Director the prim'Ipal repon_ibllity thus to be Fit'
Brutal
22 Cease lo be MRS, LOUISE DAUB, Off"c. MrPubl with which thli ronHlstent.
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23. 44 Lineage 5. Perform 15. Church agency I* should presumably Issue order
24 Artificial Emancipate 45 6. Marry official thtd d< : etpl Monday charged N that of enforcing I on the labeling and ad
Adjust : r'th the ,
Kubln.unJ'llm....
secretly 19. Lubricate nd Saturdey. rttrnoon by Act scribing of liquor
language 46. Wild the Co I County Publ th n< Co Vo hit h prohibits dUtrlmlnatlnn
25. Honey animalDOWN 7. Meadow> 20nno> I Ina.. ltr... tth Avunu*. South, No-: In the market see
Fli J3940 Mill I address P. 0. place Illegal i
8. :Newt 23 Saute
26. Noahsboat :/ Boa 17)7Tplton. discriminatory discount*, false Thus, there may be mor
1. Skillet 9. Palm lily 25. Cut grass Midway 12107 lor all "b.II" advertising. and other than meets the eye here, Mr, ,
26 Dan departments. oco|untie and ,
prink ri which destroy Independent International for
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1 r IT 27 many . business and Jobi I es have long been working I,
I l J4 1 I' RNotosdma1 Subscript R tly
4w .
i de.troy
f0IJ the
28. e U. S. anbtrurifasts.
,
mall
/ Il IJ trial advance earner or payablo In At anyone familiar with present I So far they have met wit!

29. Moon One Veer SIS Sx, Months S7 SO business practices knows. little success But there ma\
These Months 1379. the FTC hat be higher
a long way to go strategem Involve
I. IS 16 /11
r ; goddess Member of The Anociated P..... before It can lay It hen even here Bear in mind that toba
30 Fist game whieNa, ent,tied ..clul..ly to the made co Is an
substantial Important
I' I' to uie for ..pulllouloo, of all local' any progress southerncrop.
.
In a series "...s Hems pr nted In to,a paper aswe on antitruit The southern states arc
I IT lJ 31 Street I as all AP news d epatchaaEntered ee irritated enough at It Is. and
: : urchin I Il4 as second class matter at But a strange thing tae IIOW"app.ned this could well be a move looking .
,
the POll Off ce at Maples, lo"d..
/ lS // Z, // .1732 Vibration under Act of March I. 1197 to the FTC on III presumed toward agitating I movement
i 1".1.: / // // less points way of doing the Job IS In Congress to abolish the
r t Z1 18 19 J4 33 Purloin Th. NEWS atsumei no retpona war tel up to do I| h now agency that la supposed to en-
t t 0.: 34. Fairy ,,11,101)/I for the return *f u"olocoted guarding the public health force the antl.trust laws Ellm
m or photsenphs. o . nation of FTC would also
3JJ JJ J4 36 Roasting Th. NEWS
enwmn n. hnanci.leenponubdty
stake 10' typcgeaeIIcat, sr With great fanfare the wasteof eliminate Its tobacco order
7 J J7 eon or 0"0"' 'm od..I... a lot of taxpayer time and See
IJ *> 37 Halrleis .
; ", ."It. but If notched of such errors >'one) It hug innuod an order
39 Slam coin' befor the next incur of the TIIII. the hole plan| k
that beginning' on January I. may
10
wilt co..ectlth.t
38 : J9 : paper reprint hit al the
42 SeleniumI part of the advert,soment In .h.c" ill cigarette package must antitrust Uw by
ekning
INc error occurred .In th went. .p the that b
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agency
symbol bear the label
on s warning thatthe
41 I 4z ifJ 4if .
allp sed .
lima element would render the t. .force those I...
43 Football product: be dangerous
correct vdus .e. The NEWS may It this
41 ., poslUonabbr will reduce the poet of the .d.... to health and six months later Ilraleem a.undaStrange
f ;; eement bv ... .ount equal to haa decreed this warning Hh.uld be here. l la
the percentage of th* total apace must mind the .
Wathinjion IJIder.Ir'un4
TOM LITTLE, NASHVILLE TINNISSUN I Poe Ii", 22 mln, u ---..... ea.P"led.the rronous or om tied copy appear"al aoaW' In r.r"1.ill advertising. -..... "' vei to strange(way*.



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pln, Fl,.. Sunday. S.p."'", 20, l 1964 5





I County Realty WeekCounty I I Whsfesav In'sRDWIP6"



real estate transac. and Trust Co., Sarasota,parcel
Here are authoritative answer) dons processed this week reach. in See ,16, Twp 49, Rre 30, $10,. $
by the Veterans Administration ed t value of $446,636. 000.
questions from former servicemen The top deal of the process. Edward J. Connolly, Jr., et al,
and their families! log period was by Iva Cllmer to John and Gertrude Abele,Lou.
Q-I was retired by the Air to the IVG Corporation, Naples, danville, N.Y.. parcel In Sec 8.
Force for disabilities Incurred for Lots 77, 78 and 79, Naples Twp 50, Rre 26$12,000;; NormanP.
Improvement Go's Little Farms.The . Sloan, et alto Harry Feldm an,
in an aircraft
accident In 1958. sale price was listed at et .I t, parcel In Sec :31, Twp 51,
1 was told then that no training Collier
137500. Rge 26, $7,500; Acres
was available under VA programs Other sales of $1,000 or over Inc., to Leon Wade Decker, N.
Could that be true? with values taken from tax stamps Springfield Va., parcel In Sec ,
A--It could have been true on recorded deeds Included the 14, Twp SI, Rge 33, $1,100;; Golden .v 'c PLUS you GET TOP VALUE STAMPS
then, as Vocational Rehabilitation following Age Investment Co., to Mrs. fXCELLE
Evelyn First to William H. John J. Nowicki, Pontiac, Mich.,
benefits were formerl) and Rita H. Bracken Naples parcel In Sec 25, Twp 51, Rge THEY REALLY MAKE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING A BREEZEwlawwralelwvt'4
provided only for wartime dis- part BU 10, Tier 6, Naples 33, $1,300;; S4H Realty Corp.,
$11,000; Leonldas D. Cleason to C.F. Fleldgrove, Bakersfield
abilities. Training Is now available to Howell and Edith Scobey, Hel. Calif., parcel in Sec 3, Twp 51, .war' I4t 'N j .A1s a. .,.' : .rL al .Ar stPrig's
) if needed to overcome your lertown Pa., Lot 56, Blk 4, Rge 34, $1,300: ; Sunny Florida

peacetime disabilities. You Unit 2, Aqualane Shores, $28 Acres, Inc., to Sam and Jeanette GoM n,. WH., Sept. 23 MAXWELL HOUSE (INSTANT)
should ask your VA Regional 500; Natel, Inc., to Francis P. Pollzzl, Chicago, HI, parcel In
Office to determine your eli and Ills G. Dayton Naples, Lot Sec 24, Twp 51, Rge 34, 1300.
gibility.Q 15, Blk B, Unit t, Coquina Sands, Gold Coast Acres No. 1,Inc.toJ.
.-In reviewing my govern $4,400; Shoreline,Inc.,of Naples Carroll Nalsh, Malibu, Calif.,
ment life Insurance policy, 1 to Ramon C. and Evelyn Norman parcel In Sec 26, Twp 51, Rge 34, STORE HOURS
find no record of who Is supposed Naples Lot 3, Blk J, Unit 2, $1,500; C4H properties, Inc., to
to the Insurance Coquina Sands, $13,800; E.H. William L Rldlnrer, Miami OPEN TIL 6:30: MON TO THURS.
should I die.get How do I find Frank, et al, to Everlyn R.First, Shores, parcel In Sec 10, Twp OPEN 'TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI. COFFEE
Naples, Lot 25, Blk 1. Lakewood 82, Rge 30, $8,000; The South 'TIL 7:00 P.M. SAT.
who OPEN
out Is named as the bene- :
Park, $1,800; A.W. Burns, et al Coast Coast Co., Inc., to Rune
ficiary? to Artie L. and Dorothy E. White' W. Tengren, Rockford, HI..par.
A-Your original designationof Naples, part Lot S, Blk S, Unit Z' eel In Sec 3, Twp 53, Rge 32,
beneficiary Is on file In the The Moorings, $44,500. $1,000;; The South Coast Constr.
office where your Insurance The Moorings Dev. Co. to Dick Co, Inc., to Susan Jorden, For. .
premiums are paid. You can Boyer, Chicago Lot 2, Blk 15, est Park, HI., parcel in See 3, QiNitity Rlghti Reserve
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bring your beneficiary designation Unit 5, The Moorings $45,000; Twp 53, Rge 32, $1,800;; Collier
up to date by executing Naples. Dev. Corp., to K It R Acres, Inc, to Floyd C. and Rus.
a new designation form. The Contractors, Inc., Naples Lot sell A. ScrlbnerNorwalk Conn., THIS
form be 66, Blk IV, River Park East, parcel In Sec 3, Twp 53, Rge 33, 6 oz JAR
can picked up at any FREE c
,
$1,400; Gary L. Rayburn to Ron. l,300j(% South Coast Constr. Co., WEEK EW
VA office.. aid lat d Dagmar ,Hogue Naples to. Marco ,and !ROM CJlibrta. With 9
Q -I have lost Limit One
my original ,, Lot 8, Blk 2, Tacoma Park, Melrose Park, HI, parcelInSec.
discharge and was told by a $10,000; John Beam to Floyd M. 8, Twp 53, Rgo 33, $1,000 Mar-Crest Citation
More Order
$3
friend I must have the origi- and Erna M. Osowskt Naples or

nal for VA home loan guaranty Lot 24, Blk F, Unit 3, Brook. FUTURISTIC PATTERNTeaspoon
purposes. Is this true? side, $13,000; Fuller Industries/ DEATHS'NEW
A--VA would like to have the Inc., to Chief Pontiac Motor Inc., 4-1 MfM*
original. But If It has been Naples Tracts in Units 1, 2 3 YORK (fcAFi) The
lost, they will accept a certified and 4, Golden Gate Estates $9, Rev. A. Edward Saunders, 71, MAXWELL
036; Clarence J. Boyd to Ronald Episcopal archdeacon of Brook

Q-copy..Is education or training, and 16 and Vivian 17, Blk Body C, Naples Naples Gar.Lots lyn Waterfront known "as died"Priest Friday of Fa.the WITH COUPON FROM BOOK AND 'NOUS! (FIRST 0' WEEK BUDGET HELPERS I
available to peacetime veter.ns1Aonly MORE ORDER
OR
then who had under. $5
dens, $1,200; Trail Developers Saunders\ .
if they have Incurred Inc,,' tp Valarle Syverson, pak gone an operation' two I week Redeem the valuable from '<' (Stiff t *' .
disabilities. A definite vocational Lawn, Hi., Lots 21 and 22, Blk 'ago, had worked with ion shore. coupon Fu y0t THRIFTY MAID R.f.P.
handicap must also exist If the 9, Naples Manor Annex, $1,400 men on the Brooklyn docks.BRYN the booklet you received In the mail for fret aaaal

service-connected disability is M.H. Davis Properties, Inc., to; MAWR, P,. fP) tableware Special Bargains and Bonus, Cherries 5LIIBY'S 303 a.. $100.
rated at less than 30 per cent. Nelson R. and! Madalyn G. Tib. Robert MacGregor Coy, 71, TOP VALUE STAMPS! .
Q.-If a veteran dies while receiving belts, Columbus, Ohio, Lots 34 chairman of the board of the
pension under the old and 35, Blk 46, Unit 6, Naples Philadelphia Steel and Wire DIXIE DARLING BROWN A SERVE
.
pension law, may the widow and Park, $3,400.M.H. Corp. and director of the Wellington CHUNKS OFDinnerRoIIsPg..i1215c
minor children be paid under Davis Properties Inc., Fund, died Friday of a
the old law? to Mrs. Lee Brill Woodhaven, heart attack. P'1I I e. 3 N. 2 ls $100
A"If the veteran died on or N.Y., Lots 33 and 34, Blk 80, ore CHICAGO Pollshuck CAP, )82-, noted Dr. Isad.sur. DIXIE DARLING 12 OZ. ANGEl FOOD J PP .

after July 1, 1960, any pension Unit 6, Naples Park $2,000; goon, author and Jewish phllo Cake Ea. 35c t
Marvin C. McLeod to Gilbert TROPICAL
payable to the widow and minor sopherj died Friday of a heart .
children must be paid under the E. and Glenda R. Oliver, Naples, ailment. DIXII DARLING FAMILY LOAF FRESH
Lot 8, Blk A, Sabal Shores, $Z, 39
new pension law, WESTPORT, Conn. (APfJames Grape Jelly..2 *
Mildred Fel.
500 C.P. Flow to
ler.; La Belle. Lots 1. 2 and 3.Bui V. Bassett, 53,president Bread 2 *** **** 43c
of the Borden Food Co. was
File Manslaughter B, Wells Sub'd., $3,000 Jack
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found dead In bed Friday. A GERBERS BEECHNUT &
and
L. Hamilton to Kenneth J.
native of New York City,be was
Charge In KillingOf Mary Thomas,Blnghamton N.Y., 1 WAXCleanser
also a vice president of the par. (LAPPS STRAINED
part Tract 4, Whltehurst's Re.
'
Pensacola Man ent Borden Co. The 'cause of

PENSACOLA (AP)-The sher. plat Robert 3100.Ellison to Fred Clarke determined.death was not immediately

Iff's office said Saturday that Gil. Busbln, Immokalee, parcel in Pi Apricots Baby Food
lard Booth 24, was charged Sec. 8, Twp 48, Rge 29, $3,500% I
with manslaughter In the shoot. David R. Buschman, et al, to School Menus
Ing of William Arnold Ellis, 39, John W. and Lois Rumsey, Ft. Naples Senior )high School
father of three children, at Myers parcel In Sec 4, Twp 47,
Booth's home 15 miles north of Rge 29, $15,500; Dorothea M. Monday Hamburgers Gravy
Pensacola. Minster to AMa L. and Mildred salad I I
over Rice, Carrots,Raisin m
Deputies said there were no B. Rustin, Columbus, Ca.,parcel Hot Rolls, Milk, Fruit, Butter.
witnesses to the shooting Fridaybut In Sec 31, Twp 48,Rge 26,$9,000 Tuesday Beet Stew with limit Thin
the men had been heard Troy L. Stewart to Mrs. Brooks Salad limit f*
Onions, Carrots! Potatoes! ,
arguing Drake Harrall, Wadesboro.N.C. Hot' rolls, Cake, Milk, utter.
parcel In Sec 35,Twp 48,Rge 26, Wednesday Hot Dogs in Buns, limit FiltiM r"la
$10,000; Naples 846, Inc., to Har. French Fries, Salad, Peanut
Gust Of Wind old and Anita Rails, Brooklyn, Butter cookies, Milk, Butter.
N.Y, parcel In Sec. 29, Twp 48, Thursday Ham burgers
"' Scares Bandit Rge 27, $1,500; R.V. Lee Apart. Tomatoes, Pickles, Onions, English .
f menU Inc., to Sarasota Bank Peas, Hot Rolls, Pie, Milk,
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CHICAGO (AP) nervous

"y Friday robber because got away a slammed with only door$73 Butter.Friday Tuna or Beef Casse. PALM RIVER W-D I BRAND Fresh Froz.Gov't. .

role, Green Beans Salad,
scared him off. InspectedFryer
A night hotel dork, Walter Zoning AgendaThe Brownies, Cornbread, Milk, SLICED .

Johnson, 69, said he handed $73 Butter.
over to the man and was Just Zoning and Planning Purls
getting ready to open the hotel Board will meet at City Hall Naples Junior High School Bacon

safe.But Tuesday September 22tocon-
a gust of wind slammed eider the following agenda Monday Chill and crackers,
shut the lobby door and the 1. Application No. 60 (Con Celery strips, Broccoli, Corn. With RibsBreqsfs
robber ned.r tinued) FROM N.P. Sloan for bread and butter, Butterscotch
re-zoning of Lots 4 thru 6 pudding) Milk.Tueaday .
.Cheese burgers ,
Block II, Tier 3,
Inclusive, .ir1
Stewed tomatoes, with rice,
from"1-."Neighborhood Shopping Onion slices| Baked Apple slices Thighs &
District, to "G-a" Mul-
tiple Dwelling District,and Re- Milk.Wednesday Beef stew, Cab. Drumsticks
? zoning of Lot 7, and the East bage salad Roll and butter,choc
3 feet of Lot 8, Block S, Tier olate cobbler, Milk.
3, from "D" Single Family Thursday Bologna cups with
District, to ..C;-." Multiple mashed potatoes Tossed salad
Dwelling District. Pineapple chunks, Bread and CRACKIN' GOODBiscuits
FANCY YELLOW
butter Milk.
No.67 FROM FRESH PRODUCE
2. Application Friday Tuna fish sandwich
E.P.Schoenthaler,d/b/a Tahi- Tomato wedge Carrot strips,
tian Cove Congress Inn. REi Bread and butter, Chocolate Ice ONIONSHoneydews
Re-zoning of Lots 1, 2 and 3, cream Milk.Shadowlawn.
Block 8, Tier 8from"F"Multiple Fresh Sweet Melon
Dwelling District, to"J" School Menu

t .,.-- --0- Business 3. Application District. from Mrs Monday Sloppy Joe over bun, 329

Jos. L. Mallard. Address green beans, coleslaw and rice

v 241-14th Avenue,South.TYPE pudding. UCM lIcEach
Tuesday Bar BQued Chicken
City License(Home Occupation) mashed potatoes, mustard
FOR POWER TO SPARE ZONEi ..C;-." Multiple Dwelling greens, Apricots and raisin

SEE THIS V-6 PERFORMI! District. bread.
4. Discuss recommended Wednesday Pork and Sauerkraut .
IMMEDIATE: DELIVERY! amendments to new proposed candled yams, Jello 49c
$2,048 Zoning Code (Council meeting salad Fruit cup and nut bread FROZEN FOODS

of Sept. 15, 19(4)). Thursday Mr. Lanham's 6th _
Plus .. Ttx sad Tee 5. Application from Sun- Grade Hamburgers, Sliced

shine Suprex, Inc.,d/b/a Sun- and tomato popslcles.Friday, lettuce. corn, pickles TASTI 0' SEA

READY TO COI shine Food Way. For City Ocean perch, peas FANCY MciNTOSH
License (beverage) Address: and carrots, cauliflower, and FISH
LUFF GMC First Avenue, North and Eighth sliced\ pineapple
Street. Type Beer and wine, Apples 4 ..... 3 9-
421 Ninth St., N. package sale only. Zone "J" Lake Park School Sticks. 29';
Temporary Location Business District.

Monday Chill with beans, FANCY GREEN
tossed salad apple sauce, corn

CHECK sod DOUBLE CHECK bread Tuesday, milk.. Old:>> cuts, cheese, 5 fer29c CHITS

OFFICE ireen beans, tomato slices, rice Peppers
DUNBARS SUPPLIES pudding, bread and milk. Waffles2 49
10.1.
Wednesday Bar.B.Q Chicken,
JUST RECEIvE0luNLM swoot potatoes, Viapple celery
N.ea N wN.. N/e.N Inm.Mw.Nrl.e. M.e.ram.lhln. strip. and Cherry cake, bo1 rolls '.'.V, YUBAN INSTANTCOFFEE
.. and milk. BLUE BONNETT URMHOUSI FROZEN FRUIT
L '' N Thursday Hot dogs baked COOKIES
Ht'NINF.wW MACHINE -
RETALSFREE.. FRONP'TIIE1.11'ER1 beans, winter squash, cple slaw, WHIPPEO
AVI
9FRIIfF. \lI"zeU Ice Friday cream t and Toasted milk.cheese'sand. 14 n. 39C .. $159 Margarine L.. 29c Pies . fa.VETERANSCORNEI 29

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, : 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples, Fl... Sunday, S.pf.mb.r 20, 1764 Europe's Tired


I i 'J' rNr Royalty Leaves '


\ Athens For Home o'J Jl

I ATHENS (AP) Europe'sroyalty
headed home today, '1
exhausted from seven hectic
days of partying which led up to JlB

the wedding Friday of King ,. ,,
Constantine of Greece and Prln. I
cess Anne.Marte of Denmark )' J.E MARTIS
The crush of parties, com.
blned with torrid autumn weath. 'iEULABETH L a
I
er, left some of the royalty look.
; ( ing somewhat less than regal. More about the young college people, continued i
King Frederlk of Denmark, : 1" from Wednesday.

father looked particularly of Greece's weary.new queen, CALDWELL Kitty Gollnick is a freshman at the University of i J

r Frederlk and his family ar. Florida. She is the daughter of Col. and Mrs. A, K

rived Sept. 12, and from that Gollnick, and her sister Jackie is a sophomore at Naples t j keE

n. e with time one onwards royal, party Athens after rocked an. :M High School. Col. Gollnick Is retired from the Air Force .j

other. and moved his family here last June. :
'
The most trying ordeal for Robert Arick Jo Ann Patton Buz :1
V Polly Hathaway, ,
: many was the wedding Itself.
,
Berson and Ronnie Rosendahl all classmates
Temperatures in parts of the at Naples 1'S
,rriy cathedral, which has no air High are also in Gainesville at the University of Florida. 'J

conditioning, reached 100 degrees This is no easy business trying to catch up with our -., "' )

k* mony.during Outside the,45-mlnute the tempera.cere young people. I know I have missed many, but shall passon TO SPEAK HERE Mrs. Adeline Jenkins RN, I!

ture was in the 90s. all the news I have been able to garner tight, will speak at 7:30: o'clock Wednesday nightat
the In-traininj Service program for registered ""i}
Even the bridegroom seemedto Richard :
Lutringer graduated from William and Mary
suffer during the wedding. At nurses nt Naples Community Hospital. A supervisor -
the end of the ceremony, perspiration and is now at Cornell University studying law. His sister of Cardiac Intensive care unit in Miami fz

dotted Constantine's fore Pat is still with her job heading the Coppertone exhibit Beach, she is shown above with a cardiac patient. l
head. From time to time he (NEWS photo)
at the World's Fair. I'/
gulped, and his hands trembled.It .
.
appeared to be more than Just -- Duane Danser is putting her shiny new degree to E'a.. rr-e.. "au.... ,..,wt srsM,.".d

_'_t. . ... .... bridegroom jitters. WILLIAM CALDWELL work. She is teaching the third grade in Homestead. Her 4(' an
Athens Itself Is littered with
brother Danser Jr. from Adimral Far. Bonita
Doug graduated
ENGAGED Mrs. Mary Roughgarden 3854 Coconut paper. CWS :
pl
Circle, South, Naples, announces the engagement Police said more than a million Brother SisterIn ragut, and Is now attending Stetson University. I j

/ of her daughter, Bonnie Leigh Reilly to Jerry persons lined the streets for From the list available to me I find only one 1964 " _4; row By RAE WEAR

Lyn Brown of St Augustine The wedding will the lion theatrical after the ceremony.A wedding. proces. New College local graduate who has chosen Stetson, and that is Connie _--0------ ,. < ,''' U,,!P!,

take place January 10, 1965 in the Emmanuel million people can leave Workinger. Bonita Springs Woman's Clubat tlve Ideas for bazaar items as ;

Lutheran Church of Naples. quite mess. Charter Class Paul Schryver is sure to keep well occupied to make their weekly meeting Tuesday well as a general workshop for "
night, extended a welcome back other arts which can be enjoy. ;i
ATHENS (AP) A spokes. Elizabeth and William Caldwell this semester go faster up in Tampa at the University of to Marguerite McEwan and to ed by all The group voted their '

man for Princess Grace of whose parents Mr. and South Florida. Paul excells in Spanish and has been Eette Brugge, and to guests Mes. annual :donation of $25.00 to the
dames Van I Wilson and Mary current United Fund Drive.A .
Juvenile Court Monaco said today the 'former Mrs. Sylvester S. Caldwell reside awarded a scholarship for the University of the Seven Beard. round robin anniversary card
American film star was feeling here at 250 South Golf Seas. This sails around the world with
University emphasis Miss Peggy Poehner substl. was signed by those attending for
much better. Drive are among the 100mem- tuted for the secretary. The first Mabel and Homer Blankenbaker
Worker From Lee Denying reports that Princess on South America. When in Spanishspeakingports
hers of the Charter Class of
of dessert card who this
In a series par. year are celebrating
Grace had suffered a mlscar. Paul will act for the students who
New Sarasota. as an interpreter Steel. .
at
College They ties will be held in the club house their fiftieth anniversary
Will Speak Here rlage"She's, the only spokesman slightly saldt indls. were enrolled at other colleges don't speak the language. This school is fine experiencein onWednesday September 23, at villa, Mo.

posed, but because she Is ex. (Elizabeth at Colorado State current events and In learning the culture and historyof 1:30 p.m. when dessert will be Communications were read
Mrs. Mildred L. chief served and table from Mesdames Ethel Dangler
Rite, pectlng a baby, a doctor has and William at William and the countries visited. games played
counselor with the Lee County but transferred to the and door prizes awarded for a and Maud Pentland.Get .
been to see her and has given Mary)
Juvenile Court, will be featured her some medicine." Sarasota school when it was donation of 50 cents, the general well wishes to Mrs. Peggy
guest speaker for the first fall and women In. Thomas Pearl McManus and
public, men are ,
1 The spokesman said that be. found openings! were still available
meeting of the Collier vlted. Land.
County
; Mary
SEVERAL IN TAMPA AREA
cause of her Indisposition and In the charter class.
Children's Com m I t teeat Mrs. Juliette Margerum, The Cancer Dressing Sewing
8 o'clock Thursday night, her pregnancy, Princess Grace According to the Caldwells, Chairman of this year's annual group will convene Wednesday
did not attend Friday's wed.
September 24 at the Health ding of King Constantine. Elizabeth Is an An Major and Katie Scott and SaLe Roth are at St. Petersburg Jr. bazaar, the first Saturday Dec. morning at nine in the Club
Department In the Government excells In sculpture and crea ember, is urging all to become Building September 23, and will
Center. MILDRED L. RICA tive writing. She is an expert College. Not far away in Tampa are Carol Henderson at bazaar conscious and asking that In no way conflict with the after.

Dr. Newton W. Larkum, chair Local Nurses on registered quarterhorse Tampa Business College, and Carolyn Herman at the Uni- the ladles of the Community helpus noon party which does not start
man has announced that Mrs. Control Institute at Florida State blood lines and has successfully of South Florida. Bruce Lamartine is enrolled at in making this year's affair until '1:30 p.m. The door prize
Rlgg will discuss Lee County's University, has been associated trained and shown quarter- versity a success. The Arts and Crafts was awarded to Mrs. Bertha
program for delinquent youth, with the Lee County Juvenile Plan InServiceProgram horses for eight years. She will New College and JoAnn Yannato is attending Massey classes will begin Thursday,Oct. Keith, while game prizes went
which features the provision of Court for fifteen years, the past bring her four registered quar- Business College. ober 1 when every one Is Invited; *n Mesdames Esther Cralf.Opal
detention separate from eleven years serving as Chief these get-togethers bring crea. Carrell, Armenta
Reilly Me.
,
and Bob Benderis
terhorses Florida. Richard Becker has the
S adult offenders. Mrs. Rlgg who Counselor, HereMrs. to joined Army, Ewan, Ethel Bennett.Land. Fern
Is a graduate of the DelinquencyBRlbGE She holds membership In the Adeline Jenkins of the William graduated with honors at the Coast Guard Academy Bobby Cadenhead Is Grause, Wilson, Carolyn Mezgerand

\ Lee County Children' Com. Miami Heart Institute will con- from Massanutten Woodstock Military Va. working, and Katrine Cartwright is training at an airline Jerry B. Snell MarJ] Henley. Light refresh
mlttee and the Southwest District Academy ,
duct an In-Service for school. Lorentzson Jr. Is at Texas A&M. ments were served by Miss Peg.
Chapter of the Florida Council program where he was a captain on the Andy Poehner
on> Crime and Delinquency, registered nurses at the Naples, .staff He was awarded a coveted . Tom Daughterly is following in his brothers' foot. Finishes BasicIn Brugge.gy and Mrs. Bette
Pl AY 'Comipunlty Hospital tat. 'Jt30'1p.in
County children's committee : chicago tribune silver steps by taking his college courses at Spring Hill College. The Wendell Gourleys of the
holfl from ; WednesdaySeptember23
the members Governor and appointments concern them. A rum. "Myocardial Infrac- ments medal In for military outstanding science achieve-train- Stanley Boynton is joining his brother, Bruce, at Carleton Marine Corps word Imperial on Tuesday River Court of the received death of

WITH selves with conditions affecting tlonj The Nurse's Role" will ing. College In Northfield, Minn. It is the alma mater of PARRB ISLAND, S.C. (FH. their former partner, Charles

the health and welfare of youthIn !be shown. Mrs. Jenkins, a their father, Dr. Bruce Boynton. TNCJ .. Marine Private Jerry B. Warren, at the age of 57,In Edge.

CHARLESH.GOREN their respective counties.Topics graduate of Emory University Fred Gore will be In Atlanta at Emory. Michelle SneU, son of Mr. and Mrs. lies water, Wis. He and Ms wife,Ella,
I, of major Interest to School of has been up :!! have been
Nursing Christian Church ton H. Snell of IOCS Trail Dr., coming to Bonita each
the ColUer County Committee associated with the Miami Heart Moreau Is going to Averett College, Nancy Slavin to Mana- Naples, Is scheduled to graduate year since 1953. In addition his

the currently Florida include Children's the Commission status of. Institute In Miami Beach, fir Needle Club tee Junior College, Patte Taffe to Cleary College, and September 9 from recruit train. widow he Is survived by several

...on American President Lines a study of proposed local the past eight years, six yearsof Meets TuesdayA Ellen Whitsitt to Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind., Ellen Ing at the Marine Corps Recruit brothers.In Janesvllle He was burled Friday
Special Bridge Cruise to the Orient which she was bead nurse Depot, Parrts Island, S.C.JERRY ,Wlsc.lrom the Unit.
legislation affecting day care regular meeting ofthe Needle spent part of the summer visiting in New Hampshire.Linda ed Brethern Evangelist Church.
The SS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Mill horn centers for children, and avail. and also surgical nurse.
He was seml-retlred.
Club of the First Christian and her have moved their
San FranclMO Dee. 24th with Charles H. ability of foster home care for She participated in the plan- Miller family to
Cored and miltint "Mitch" Barnei per- dependent children. The publicIs ning of the Intensive Care Unit Church will be held Tuesday, farm in West Virginia. Linda enters West Virginia Uni-
22 at the Tropic
,
Minify conducting bridge ectivitlM-tiM September
cordially Invited to attend and has been supervisor of the this month. And Diane Rivers has moved to
Jecturss, cllnict, forums and matter point Apartment of Mn.StanlyVeatch, versity m Beta Sigma Phi .
and participate in this meeting, November of last
tournamenti Tha program Is designed torbeglnnin Unit since 745 Fourth Avenue, South. Cocoa Beach.
'" Intermediate and advanced Dr. Larkum announced. A widow, she U the mother
will start at 12
year. To
The meeting StantAt
playwt, vial Hiwali, Japan, Hong Kon| .of three the eldest Terry Stephens of Marco, a 1964 graduate of Naples Operate
1' and the Philippine For lull details tee. American sons, noon and last until 3:30 p.m.
The Indian Is believed being a freshman at the Uni- a spokesman announced.The High School, is now a student at Edison Junior Collegein 1 1 a Grid Games

Naples Travel Agency, Inc to have migrated to this versity of Florida.All ladles of the Needle Club Fort Myers. He is the son of Capt. and Mrs. John Plans for the operation 4
have been meeting twice each
from Asia the registered nurses with
country during
( sat Fifth Ave. south MI MIU residing week since January preparing Stephens. concession stand at both Jun
hospital experience
Ire Age. this area either semiretiredor for the annual Church Bazaar Terri Kehoe returned September 7 to Rosarian Aced and senior high school footbt
,
which is scheduled for games, were discussed at t\
Thursday, West Palm Beach for her senior
homemakers, who wish to November 19.Anyone emy, year first meeting of the season I
SUMMER PERMANENT SPECIALS retain their Interest In the progress desiring additional t Delta Nu Chapter of Beta SignV

Guaranteed being made in nursing Information about the Needle Club BACK FROM WESTERN TOUR Phi at the home of Mrs. Jerr)
From |10 up are urged by Mrs.Jennie Morris may call Mrs. William Griffin Capuano, 625TenthStreetNorthl
., Including I2S Permanent Wave for Director of Nurses at Naples at MI 2. 3391. The stand will be operated
Miss Ethel of West Lake Drive has returned
$12.50 Hospital to attend the first Cooper Jointly during the football season]
from six weeks the West where she visited with the XI Beta and
Th... 1Mn.nt, Include Cody Help' Cut of these series at the hospital a trip to B. SNELL Chapter
Conditioner. IlIe", _. end Heir Ily"n., Wednesday night. Fellowship Hour friends in Dallas, Salt Lake City and Seattle. the Quarterback Club, according
The training Included drill, to Mrs. Beverly Mallory, pub.
Try Mr. Will.1, body hair rut Planned By First The Misses Louise and Leslie Gates left Naples in bayonet training, physical fit. llclty chairman .t

Regular (Hair Styles High Fashion Hair Styles Next time you are cooking a July and drove to New York where they attended the ness, parades and ceremoniesand President Lei Marshall con.
pot roast you might try making Methodist ChurchA also other military lub ject s. ducted the business meeting.
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS World's Fair and saw several Broadway shows. They
In the
deep but small gashes Three weeks were spent on the Mimi Watson gave a talk"Hap.
ell Fifth' Av". S<. "'.... Ml t.7US .1.1I meat and Tilling these cut pieces "getting acquainted" hour visited friends in Hartsdale and Auburn in New York state, rifle range firing the M.14 rifle plness." Guests attending the affair .
with a blended herb mixture. and a coffee will be held for and in Old Lyme and New London, Conn. and other infantry weapons. were Barbara McCormick,
new members of the First Methodist Recruit training prepares Mar. Harlene Chambers andSueSmlth.Mrs. .
Church on Sunday evening, Although they were drenched several times by toes for further specialized train. Mallory will entertain at

September 27 at the church.A "Cleo" on their drive home, they were fortunate in returning Ing in a service school or with a a rushee's pool party at her homeon
similar meeting will be repeated just before "Dora" hit Brunswick, Ga. and other unit of the Fleet Marine Force. Ridge Drive,septem ber 26.The
Announcing NEW Service each month under the He will report to Camp Lejeune, next meeting will beheldSeptem.ber .
sponsorship of the Commis. places on their route. N.C. for further combat infan. 20 at the home of Lorene Car.
lion on Membership and Evang Mr. and Mrs. C. James Noell of Banyan Boulevard try training uthers.

PERSONALIZEDChristmas tlsm, a church spokesman said. spent several days recently at the Del Monte Lodgein

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the SUwannee County Hlgn would reopen Monday in| what. COLLIER' COUNTY NEWS, N.pJ't' H.. Su.J.y. S........f *<). ,Ift. 7 I
aa k4 Figure Beatles Suwanee HighAbandoned school building being abandoned. ever temporary buildings could
I County school Supt Henry be found. The Baptist Church Irrigation pumps were work. be absorbed by the sopping
Pick Up MillionOn Due Folsom said that damage might made Its education building Ing 24 hours i day In an effort ground.
Sue Clover reach $750,000. vtlUble. to dear Live Oak residentialand
Ml 36071f The sinkhole developed near Other damage to schools In. business area of the remalmler -
Tour In U.S. To Sink HoleLIVE the building and resulted In s.- elude some :5,000 as a direct ol the high water which Ukrainians are world funous
NEW YORK (AP) A bat. vere damage to the structure.A result of the flood water that occurred a week ago. The flood for their Easier tut. Using
: tery of accountants and attor. OAK (AP)- A huge sinkhole Is caused by under stood several days In the build. resulted from 18 Inches of rain brushes nude of cat hair, they
: f* i v IHiPBiW neys has begun a financial mop. sinkhole which added Its dam. ground water slowly dissolving Ing. This estimate might rise brought In bv hurricane Don, paint the shells In multicolored,
: ,. iifo.- ptng.up operation In the wake of age to that caused by hurricane the underlying limestone rock higher as cleanup progresses, which built up In low areas fast symbolic, geometric dul isn
: . ""f j-,,' a May( Beatle tour of the Unit Dora floods resulted today In Folsom said i that classes Folsom said. er than it could flow away or that resemble batik p.ttemi.
t"-I':.,.......- ed States and Canada.

.. One thing appeared certain
p from early reports
The particular brand of enter.
talnment presented by the mope
topped British Imports drained ROOM TO
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as It did from the emotions of
rs their millions of teenaged fans.
The quartet of newly minted
millionaires from the waterfront
s slums of Liverpool rounded out
their 24-clty tour at Dallas, GROWINg
Tex., Friday night and will be In
New York Sunday for a benefit
performance. ;"'
In the absence of official fl. "' ._ ..
r -- rr -- -
gores, a survey of some 15 of ,1
Er the cities visited Indicated they '"
picked up well over $1 million.
A Kansas City promoter paid
them $150,000 for a single appearance ee.ww
in that city.
SELECTED FOR ON THE JOB TRAINING For their entertainment of 12,. L Md n
I Fred Buser of Naples in the cab of the truck, a SOO screeching teen-aged fans In .. ireir
t.I student at Florida State University is shown hereon Indianapolis, the Beatles pickedup ; : -l

the job at Cape Kennedy with Pan Am. In a tidy most$85,231.93 cases the seats sold ,'i r < Moe

for about $5. In New York's u N we.u r .erorr _--
Checking the construction on where the only nuts were coco. Forest Hills tennis stadium, .. ,
the East Trail yesterday was ra. nuts and Imagine how frustrating some 32,000 persons paid $6.60 I' '
cs ther refreshing. An amazing that can be to a kid. Ever) each, and more. I t'ni-airs errs __..I'
amount of work has been com. kid knows you cork nuts with In most cases, shows were r "....
pleted this week on the south your teeth. sold out within hours after box
lane. Almost the entire length Fred Buser, son of Mr. and offices opened. unr wwins
,n has been rock filled and smooth. Mrs. George Buser of Areca Sunday the Beatles will give t nr: re.r
ed, the new curbings are vlsl. Avenue and a graduate of Nap. benefit program in the Param. .n".' ,Wame
1, ble and one can already Ima. les High last year has been selected ount Theater and then leave for
glne the clean, neat finished look. to go on the job training London.
The eastern approach to the new every other trl.mester. Fred who Beatles spokesmen said the
bridge Is being filled and one can Is attending Florida State undera entertainers received 60 percentof
almost hope that in a short time Selby Foundation Scholarshipwas the gross of each perfor.
we'll be switched over to that selected by the Universityfor mance I
smooth free wheeling finished this on the job training with They couldn't give the total
lane. I Imagine the road crew Pan American at Cape Kennedy. attendance or gross receipts of AH flow 1 plant and ahem teen oh 'It'J
I, will be just as happy as we Uner the Scholarship Fred must the tour, by to It."be' Conduction Ce, Inc,

motorists. With one lane open maintain an A.B average and this
to drive on maybe the will have new assignment is awarded only
a little freedom from constant to those who mantatn a high Scholastic GOP Raised The
traffic, and constant undoing of record and must also quail. The RIVIERA
their work. Road construction ont fy on character and morals.
I, a major traffic artery must be Fred's parents are rightfully Roof Lady Bird
< awfully frustrating work. Sort of proud of the fine showing he Is
reminds me of "the old womanin making.Mr Has It Fixed
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a shoe" mopping a floor and & 'A
and Mrs. -
Bev
Kinney have } w,
the kids tracking through whilehe's returned from the North to their PRATTVILLE, Ala. (AP) ;\\'- ,.. ..d'' : ,. ; : jJ".
The ''' 'W -' '
Republicans raised the roof 'f" "
( doing It. : .
home on Jackson Avenue.Mr , :
Herb Giddings, Clark Street and Mrs. Frank Amity of and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnsonhad
'is recovering from an Inj ry Lake Kelly returned home this fixed
received In a fall at work. His The roof In question covers
week from Ohio. Their son and vI M< '
son Ray Giddings and family new daughter-in-law returned the heads of Mr. and Mrs. Char.
have moved to Naples from Dal. with them for a vacation lie Cutler the elderly Negro
las, Tex. Ray came down to go Mrs. Sylvia Jackson of Napleswas sharecroppers whose small
Into business with his father shanty became something of a
a Sunday visitor at the homeof
and will be staying at the Clark Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reden. political ping-pong ball about
Street address until the time President Johnson
they get baugh. The Redenbaughs were lt'w
settled. signed the antipoverty bill Into
dinner the
guests same even.
We made a weekend trip to Ing of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Wet. law.The
jAlachua, a couple of weekends tel of Lake Kelly. Cutlers live on a 4,000
ago Son, Bill, was best man at acre section of land near Pratt.
he wedding of his childhood bud. vllle, Ala., owned by Mrs. John.

ly, Mervin Carroll Mlms of Pom. son, and which the First Lady Is ..,. .
mo Beach to Dianne Oliver, of Train DerailedIn turning into a tree farm. L tsz C
ialnesvlUe. Mervin Is t minis. When the 'Var on poverty"was .., ,
rial studeht 'at Carson ''New. begun,' Republicans pro. tM i e ,nb
an College In Tennessee. It Iowa; Eleven duced a picture of the Cutler's
as a delight to wake up to the shanty along with a clinically 1rY11T''x /
tool crisp mornings they're al. detailed report of Its condition,
eady enjoying In that part of Reported Hurt which, they claimed was terri

(he state. The hickory trees that ble. _4 ,, .
CINCINNATI Ohio (AP) -
to the GOP the
,fine the According ,
country road to the farm '
"I feel like I'm going to pass '
>f hubbies family roof leaked the porch was 119 i 1tt'p ,
loaded
were
:
out, came the voice from a crumbling and the house was ;
,
Uh nuts.
I always get a kick out ,
pilot who had just taken off at "
about to disintegrate on Its .
>f real '
seeing nuts growing on a
Greater Cincinnati Airport Fri. i
ree, having grown up In Miami day. shaky foundation ,,. '." / : ,
Not so now. , ;7 A
Eugene V, Quails In the con. The house sports a new tin ?,' .>,/..' 4. "c. 'r' ,' '40' v rya ..W. "4'., '4e ,
trol tower went into action. lie '
roof, a bolstered foundation anda
School Agenda quickly stopped a DCS which new blue front porch.
had started to roll on takeoff. Mrs. Johnson had the roof
GENDA: School Board meet. Qualls then guided pilot Ed. added and the porch fixed, but '
g Monday, September 21.1:30 ward J. Peartree 41, to a safe the blue paint was Mrs. Cutler's TWO-THREE OR FOUR BEDROOMS .,
m. landing of his single.engine Idea. .
1. Minutes Cessna 172.

2. Correspondence Part of the radio conversationwent Hubby Killed In For the family that need. room and plenty of it, the Riviera with Its four
3. Approve illnessJn-llne of like this,
duty request. Quails "Turn left to a head. Crash Widow Wins bedroom, and three baths, family room and huge living-dining area, If made
4. Pupil assignment. Ing of 360. Descend to one thou. ,
5. Approve countywide stand. sand two hundred. I'll give youa $10,000 Judgment to oraer. Family bedrooms and two baths are completely separate from the rest

County side supplement to receive enabling an addition.Collier the radar runway.directed approach to woman OSWEGO.whose N.Y.husband(AP) -was A of the home. The owners suite, with Its own bath, dressing area and built-in

al 1 cent per meal for all re. Peartree "Okay. Thanks 360. killed In an automobile accident vanity, and large walk-in closet, it in its own wing of the home for maximum
Imbursed school lunches servedas I don't know what happened. after leaving a bar won a $40,.
suggested by the State depart. I'm nearly out of breath. 600 verdict Friday night against privacy, Sliding pocket doors make possible closing of the entire kitchen and
ment of Education. Peartree an auto parts bro. the proprietor of the bar.
8. Appointments, resignations, ker from Romo, Ga., was ex. Shirley Mae Waterhouse Ker. family room from the living room for flexibility of entertaining. The kitchen
[ transfers and leava-of-absence. amlned at a hospital and re. lien mother of four filed the
a ,
has built-in oxen and Formica cabinets and counter-topi. A marble
7. Consider changing supervl. leased. suit following the death of her range

I son salary schedule base from Federal Aviation Agency offi- husband, Richard Waterhouse, serving shelf allows you to serve inacki from the kitchen to the giant patio.
111 to colOoclde dais
months to 10 months said they Inspected Pear. in the accident April 1. 1961, In
with principals. tree's plane and found no car. Phoenix, N,Y. She claimed that All of the family area can be reached without crossing the living-dining area
is 8. Approve final plans for Im. bon monoxide leaks from the Waterhouse was served drinks
okalee elementary school engine or heater. Illegally at the Three Rivers The Riviera It priced at 11,990built on your lot. The same house is available
9. Approve and pay blUs. But Peartree remained Inn, near Phoenix, after he was
10. Adjourn. grounded due to weather. Intoxicated. in three bedroom, two bath; or two bedroom, two bath plans, each with four

distinctive exterior designs, Drive out and see the Riviera and other Jlutenberg

models: the two bedroom two bath Laurel for $11,990, and two bedroom two

bath Somenetfl8,990and the three bedroom two bath Carmel, 114,000 land

lasts additional Open daily for your convenience.

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GETS SURPRISE AI Cross, right manager of the Naples Beach Y ai U.S. Route 41. At 1220
Club Hotel was welcomed on his return to Naples this week after Mandarin Road Coquina '
the Opmicon Hotel Chafee Lake Ontario
pending the summer at o
Canada by being shown the architect's drawing of the new Additionto f Sand Subdivision(
the Beach Club now under construction. At left is Clint Jordan, l Watch for Rutenberg ,

assistant manager of the hotel who served as manager during the i Homes signs from high- (

summer with Marian Fuller secretary to II. B. Watkins Sr, one of o E way.By .
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i. Defense, Little Offense Eagles Lose OpenerBY 1 1I"



DAVID LYON an was on target with several I 11RST OOUNSsCAKCE Naples drove for two first r ... .
ARCADIA--An impotent offense passes which slipped out of the 1 I' was a' rlbute both teams' downs on a 10-yard run by
canceled out g lltntde receivers' grasp. defense 'tat! there were only Bryan and a 10-yard pass from
fensive effort by Naples High The offensive line gave Bryan two first t downs in the first t Bryan to Buz Ritchie but bogged

School's football team Friday good protection on pass plays quarter, one by each side. down Ritchie's 14yardpunt I
night and the Eagles went downto but It appeared that the holes Shorty after Naples got Its went off the side of his ,
a 13-0 defeat at the handsof weren't being opened for the firs down on a nlne-yard run foot out of bounds on the Arcadia '..

DeSoto High's Bulldogs backs on running plays. The by Carter Bryan and six yardsby 47. Fullback Christ < ,
Virtually the whole game was longest Naples run from scrimmage wingback Bob Koch,the Eag- got two yards, and Trawick "
played In Naples territory as was 10 yards by BryanIn les had to kick Bus Ritchie passed complete to tall end

the Eagles found their single the first half and again In 36-yard punt was fielded by Jim Yarbrough for nine yards. ., .
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1\ wing attack not very effective the second half.Arcadia's halfback Gerald Garner who . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
agaInst the tough Arcadia de offensive line sped 65 yards to the Naples SCORES ON LONG RUN
J fense. Naples moved across cleared the for line before Koch
the line In way several nine-yard On the next play, halfback 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Niplw.' Fl.. Sunday/ S.pt.mb.r 20. 19104
50-yard only once good gainers by fullback Ray brought him down.
i
Lewis around end
right
the fourth quarter until the mond Christ and halfback Steve A delay-of-game penalty got .
drive ended with a lost fum Lewis The Bulldogs rolledup against Arcadia helped on third and Into the clear. dashing 42

isle 163 yards rushing, more down and short yardage, and yards for the game's first IL $ Ur Loom In RanksOf
touchdown umst ran over
The pressure was on Naples'defense than twice as many as the Al Hackney spilled quarterback Shakeups
the
constantly and It Is Eagles. Darryl Trawlck on fourth downto extra point.

to the Eagle defenders' credit Arcadia received the open- end the first big Arcadia Naples took to the air, tryingto
that Arcadia did not break ing kickoff and gained one first threat. The next time the Bull- retaliate within the limited League ManagersBy
Major
through more than twice for down before being forced to dogs got the ball,Trawlck slip time to go in the half but Tim

scores The Eagles will needto punt,. the ball rolling dead on ped away from several Naples McAllister picked off a pass to r JOE REICHLER says the Dodgers would like to
concentrate on offense In the Naples 14. The rest of defenders for 19 yards to put give Arcadia the ball again. Associated Press Sports Writer get ex.Dodger hero Hodges, whoIs
practice this coming week If the first half the his team Inbuslnessontheflve.But The
was played on Bulldogs gained posses NEW YORK (AP) Not In under Washington contract.
they hope to score some points Naples side of the 50, and the Naples stiffened again. sion on an onslde kick starting Y major league baseball's modern That 1 Is the reason for their
against Venice next Friday Inaples' Bulldogs threatened several Trawlck ran for no gain passed the second half, and Christ history has there been such a reported consideration of Sten
:\ home opener times before scoring with 3:49 incomplete In the end zone, went around right end for 27 lr potential upheaval In the man. gel for a limited period until
Venice romped past North left In the first half was dropped for an eight-yard yards to the Naples 13. Na- aging ranks.A Hodges becomes available.
Ton Myers Friday night 25- loss on third down by Ray pIes' defense again held off h check of the 20 teams shows NEW YORK Met officials

T. Stock Car Driver Ellers, and on fourth down Alan the home team, but the offensedid only nine managers reasonably declared they have not yet
offensive standout for the Foster broke up a pass from not obtain a single first certain of escaping the gulllo. discussed next year's plans. Ace
to the front office
close
tine and that Includes Yogi source
Eagles! was sophomore tailback JilIedVhen Tire Trawlck to Dickie Kelly. down in the third quarter have been told The Associated Press last
Berra, although there
Carter his first .
Bryan playing Blows Hits Wall The Eagles tried for the whisper his return I Is dependenton month that Stengel would not be
varsity game. He was handed ; first down on a founh-and- ,. a New York Yankee pennant. back. Those close to Casey say
the starting tailback spot when PENSACOLA (APA one. Prep Football Inches play on their own 28, kd41 f f This doesn't mean the re. the decision to return or departis
senior Donald Walker was Injured car accident at the Five Flags but Yarbrough spilled tailback e mainlng 12 managers are goingto his alone.
earlier In the week. Speedway" killed Sonny Black, Vinci n. N '1. My.re T Bryan for no gain, and Arcadia be fired but they'd be prudentnot PHILADELPHIA No doubt
38year.old stock driver T.mp. Brew.ly. 19 e.elln.1 at about this one. Gene Mauch,
car Moomq 0 took over. With the Eagle defense to make any 1965 plan -
CALM UNDER! FIRE from Montgomery, Ala Fort Mytn 21, Punt. Oord 0 giving yardage grudgingly least not for while. National League's top candidatefor
Dryan looked cool under the Black was driving the only Cltw. .lion,!,,U.21 Pihok.t Alvi 0 fIrnrnok DeSoto up required 11 playsto The more persistent rumors Manager of the Year, is a
pressure exerted by the Arcadia car on the track Friday night Jupttr H Oht.chotxi 0 the center around Johnny Pesky of cinch to return.
the 28
to
when a tire blew as It came off Arcadia 11 Ntpl.i 0 cover yards the Boston Red Sox, Sam Meleof ST. LOUIS The Cards-
defense. The sophomore wasiplcs' Ft L P,.. e,.., 12 Moor Hcvin 0 line.
a turn. The Car hit a wall, Ltk Pltcid, 1. ft P, rci CC ISirootl goal ., the Minnesota Twin, Alvin strong finish may have savedKeane's
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\.1( leading ground-gainer ..;;M...., '.. ...,_ !I' $<.. _:llfX----
19 Brad louth.nl 1Riv
veered off the grandstand and Dark of the San Francisco Job. A month ago the
with 51 yards In 15 carries spun back on the track, Turkey, and he looked good when pass- Lynn Toney, general managerof Canoe 20, Ttmp, J.iu.t, CSt Big gainer in this series wasa of the New York Mets, reach for the sky and a pop fly. New York Met Walter Alstonof the ousted general manager,
Ptt NE II IWtuchuU
trig: Though: hitting only seven the speedway, said Black -..offered 28. Ft Tirpon M..d.Sprlnil S nine-yard pass on third down the Los Angeles Dodger and Bing Devine, and would be
t completions In 20 throws Dry a head injury. fool Bay U, Mulbirry I from Trawlck to end Rodney Harry Craft of the Houston succeeded by coach Red

Holllngsworth. FullbackChrlstwas Colts Schoendtenst.
Injured during this series Immokalee ImpressiveIn Four of the six reportedlymay PITTSBURGH Danny
be headed elsewhere. They Murtaugh' status Is unknown.
and had to be carried off the
are Mele, Dark, Stengel and SAN FRANCISCO Unless
fullback
field but substitute
Alston. Giants' owner Horace Stoneham
Jerry Skinner came in and scor- Beating Alva 25-0 None of the rumors, by the has changed his thinking during
ed the second touchdown as the way, has been confirmed, and the past month, Dark will be
fourth period opened. His number some denied. replaced by Charley Fox, cur.
MAY was called on five succes- Immokalee High School's foot ledge scoring from four yards.A A survey produced the follow. rently managing Tacoma of the
sive plays from the threeyardline ball team began a new season, lost Alva fumble set up a Ing breakdown Pacific Coast League the
and finally he slipped in a new league, under a new 40-yard Immokalee drive In the AMERICAN LEAGUE Giants' top farm club. Fox Is
through the left side from just coach, in a successful manner second period, Thomas going ov.er BALTIMORE Hank Bauer Stoneham's personal choice.
Inches A pass for the Friday night, running over Al. on an elght-yard run. Just soon will be offered a twoyearcontract Others In the Giants' board of
away. and the va on the Alva field, 250. before halftime, Rutledge cor. whether the Orioleswin strategy, notably Chub Feeneyand
GARDEN CENTER point was Incomplete Coach Bill Broxson gave cred. ed on a 14-yard carry to end a or lose the pennant the special advisor to the
score was 13-0 with 9:28 to It to hi* sophomore and fresh 45.yard Indian series of plays. BOSTONPesky Is said to be president, Hank Sauer, preferone
WE go in the game. man guards, sophomore Quarter. Immokalee held Alva to 92 on the way out. Top choice as of the present coaches,
Naples then put together its back, and two senior running yards rushing and none passing. possible successor lies between Herman Franks or Cookie
longest sustained drive of the backs as being Instrumental Rambler back Charles Retnbott Mele and Red Sox coach Billy Lavagetto.
game, moving 44 yards and get the opening-game victory. It was was slowed by a let Injury,which Herman. Ted Williams report.
ting three first downs. Included a league game for the two mem. did not help Alva'*offense.Quarterback edly was offered the Job but
were tailback Bryan's 10- bers of the recentlytormed Cal. Browning hit on live of turned it down.CHICAGO Opinion AskedOn
yard gain and a 12-yard swing oosa Conference.The even passes for 40 yards and AI Lopez Is a
I4Xpound() guards were Immokalee runners pained 180
completion from Bryanto fixture. Only an attractive
SUGGEST pass Koch. But Bryan was separated freshman Glen Cook and sophomore yards. general managership offer can Frontons'
Jesus Ayala. Sophomore .
prevent his return.CLEVELAND
from the ball by Danny Browning wa* playing his Birdie' Teb. Dates
tackler after gaining six yardsa first game at quarterback. Full. Plan 2 Courses belts will return If his health Operation .
couple plays later and Ar- back Harley Thomas and half permits. MIAMI (AP)-The State Rae.
cadia's Keith Markey fell on the back Jerry Rutledge each scor. For Seniors Golf DETROIT A strong second Ing Commission, told by Flori
ed two touchdowns and ran well. half saved Charlie Dressen's da's jal-alal frontons It has no
ball.The game ended typically The Indian scored all their Tourney Feb. 22 Job. Announcement of his reten. authority to fix dates of operations
with the Bulldogs inside the points In the first half, as Alva FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- tlon for 196S Is Imminent. agreed Friday to ask for
Naples five-yard line, threa- straightened out after Intermls. The $30,000 added Seniors Golf KANSAS CITY Mel Mc. a court opinion on the matter.
N tening to score again. Ion and held the Indians on even tournament is scheduled for the Gaha's contract runs through Alex Gordon representing the
term Thomas scored first on a Fort Lauderdale Country Club next year although how much frontons, said the men operating
. that you check and treat coconut 12-yard carry, climaxing a drive Feb. 25.28. this means Isn't certain because the frontons have authority to
palms if fronds are yellowish or appear Defensive SIHNE ON standouts DEFENSE for the of 40 yards. Rutledge ran In the Two courses will be availablefor past history Indicates Kansas fix their own dates.
extra point. the tournament, open to pro. City managers with contracts Atty. Gen. James Kynes was
frost nipped. Bring us a sample frond for Eagles Included Steve Clark, Immokalee moved 60 yards fesslonals 50 years of age and always don't return.MINNESOTA to be asked for an opinion and

inspection it may be a palm scale Insect Ray Ellers Bruce Harris Van later__In_ the first quarter Rut. ,up. It was played at Palm It will be a the racing commission said It
which is ravishing palms along Gor. Weeks, Al Hackney Bill Hart- Beach Gardens last winter and surprise if Mele returns. Owner would postpone further date fix.
ter, Lee Treadwell, John Bass Sam Snead was the winner. Cal Griffith is playing a waiting Ing until Its Oct. 22 meeting.
don Drive and further Inland. We will and Koch. Mrs. Tom Abbott Thomas Crimmins, a vice game but it is known he ad. The racing commission Inter ",

guide you as to how to treat, and recommend About 3,000 fans filled the Wins First In president of the sponsoring firm, mires Eddie Yost, currently prets state law to mean the
materials DeSoto High football field standsto laid last night that $19,000 will third base coach with the Wash. fronton can operate 100 days,
watch the season opener for Beach Club GolfThe go for low scores and $11,000 to Ington Senators but the fronton want 113 days
both squads. group of winners in eight divisions ac. LOS ANGELES Billy Rig. each.
Naples fans attend, Weather Beach Club Women's Golf cording to age. ney Is certain to be back for the Comptroller George Johnsonand
Association held Us regular low Each player will compete fifth straight year. Along with racing supervisor Frank '
IN OURWAREHOUSE ROYaL PALMS conditions were ideal. A con- net event Tuesday, September 15, against both the field and play. Bauer and Lopez, he is a top Kappel were appointed to workout
solation for Coach Jerry Mor- Mrs. Tom Abbott placed first ers In his age group. Entries candidate for Manager of the a solution for breakage at y
ris in the defeat was that no with a net 33. from Canada and Mexico are Year. the race tracks. I
VALUABLE COUPON Eagle player was Injured during A tie for second with a net 39, expected to Join U.S. seniors for NEW YORK Berra proba. Tropical Park wants to retain
the hard-hitting contest. Mrs. J.E. Betts and Mrs. David the 72.hole event. bly will be back despite rumors breakage money as operating
'A' Grade Salt REG. $1.40CHLORDANE 4 Arcadia twice had players sha- Jones. Third place was also a tie The tournament Is sponsoredby that the Yankees must win the cash until its share of the odd I
ken up with Mrs Mary Virginia Kennedy William Teacher and Sons, pennant in order for him to cents purse Is available. Sun.
#2 Grade Salt Naples Arcadia and Mrs. Joe Power at net Ltd, of Glasgow, Scotland return shine Park at Tampa wants .I
DUST First Downs 7' 10 40. WASHINGTON: Gil Hodges more than five per cent of the
'C' Grade SaltIn Yards Rushing 77 163 Members are reminded of the signed a three.year contract breakage In order to build 1m. \.
.. fall Invitational tournament at earlier this season. provements.
100 Lk !* Yards 45 46
s u1. BAG Passing Lehlgh Acres. Those with handl. NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Passes 720 4-10 caps of 30 and over will meet + 't CHICAGO Bob Kennedy
$2.40 10% 97 C Intercepted by 0 2 Tuesday Oct 6.Those with handl. H recently expressed concern During 1964, Naples High
Funbles Lost 1 1 caps of 29 and under will meet rr (' regarding his future with the School will meet four teams
(Double Yards Friday Oct.16. Reservations must Cubs. The guess Is he'll be back from the RldgeConference
NOTCi. we whelMil. Strength) Penalized '7 S be made In advance. The South. '" as head coach.CINCINNATI. cadia, Sebring, C lewis ton, and
r.s:
tall In ten loll Punts-Avg. 4-23 3.33 west Florida Women' District Fred Hutch. Okeechobee H.S. So Naples,
JI Association team matches will be inson will be back If his health an Independent will be playingas

Naples 000 0--0 held at the Naples Beach Club on t. ., t fi permits. many teams from that league
Arcadia 070' 6-13 October 13th. .. HOUSTON The Job was as league member Arcadia.
offered to Dark last spring for
1965. The offer no longer holds
Mi Speaking of palms, we again bring but it may be offered to some. THE

r IMPORTANT NOTICEPrattler jl- MILWAUKEE Bobby
//xrA\/ manganese requirements Royals and Queen ca Bragan's contract extends BEq.CqpkQ4&

:.\\U Palms (cocoa plumosa) seem to have a real. i through 1963. He'll be at the

,MI' ly high requirement, but ill palms take Laundry Is Installing new equipment helm franchise next year whether the f
Is tn Milwaukee or
\. I :lli "lQ... I more manganese than other plants, Use during the weeks of Sept. 21 to Oct. 3. \\SLN t'OLE-If the Fred Atlanta. K? G

;,... from Vj lb. around small palms up to This Is the first step toward a general remodeling ilansen pole Is accurate, the LOS ANGELES Dodger \
1
"-orl/ \ 8 Ibs to a large palm. Remember that of the Naples plant, to be completed Texas vaulter will have little official will make no decisionon ,L J' AND
\ trouble winning at the Tokyo Alston until after the World .'COUNTRYf
and ixora fartilizer
r regular applications of palm before the starting of our winter season Olympics He has a pending Series. The report Is, however

,. are necessary We recommend drill. world mark of 17 feet, 6 that Alston may be headed for CLUB

4 ing holes in the soil around each tree, It will be necessary during these 2 weeksto inches. Cincinnati. The same *ourctREMODELING r with the BeetFACILITIES

then filling them with manganese and fertilizer. have all of our laundry and cleaning processedIn -- {jI

For this purpose, we sell water drills, which attach to the hose our Fort Myers plant. We regret that one-day i,

Water pressure bores a hole quickly and easily service will not be available during this time 11 in Sovlhwetf Floridafor

. but there will be no interruption on regular )1 Country Club

service. LIVINGGOLFING


COBBINLINDABUKY We that this will be YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS . .
sincerely hope no great
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be fun! It headache too.
Remodeling tan can be> a
Inconvenience In the
to our customers. very .MtllMt CMdltMH ... pier
It'e not don rirht. For If* year w-t' bees helping
4 U near future we shall have a much larger and Naples folk remodel their home and bu ine..*l, and SWIMMING .

better equipped plant to serve you. "t'd be hippy to discuss your plan with you. Serrkt A0 KM peel 71 40 a 10 .,tk
(.mil* me_k rtliipt e.ed.le.HOMESITES . I
Garden Center quality, and Integrity are very important part of
our burin' W. do.', believe In doing; bu.I.... on . .
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Behind Cafeteria Large Parking Lot Monday thru Saturday & Cleaners remodeling" plan /A 1 IIf.1 ill So.1 ,....tI.' r

410 Tenth St., So. Phone III 2-2440 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Naples Laundry Dry r i7/fIY/I Toys I.,( (( Sur sad r
Alt.rtl_ 1I..lInl Commercial SJ*.MJill.l Seal /rem US 4'
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PUBLIC NOTICE Announcements 23-Mue For Sale 49. Houses For RentRENTALS 57 Houses For Sale


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The pubi" *r* ,nlottnid that apubt Ntw ."""'I B. 'PO" '01'w throb cli 8 , islir. Rritlni
'c hear ng wII, ba held, it th* tit ar' n 4 q ',' 'oubr.cc. htip"'"''", $1; NupiosFutnitu '404SF. 911 i' .'k 75'i Gulf V,00 Drov.

Courthou ,n tact Naples. Fl* it I I TFRA BEAUTY- SALON: ,. Co SIt StFoo APARTMENTSFURNISHED

10 45 A M. Tue.dey October 13. Sale 1'pl.\ i ..' 2 bedroom and I
1964 for lh purpo of he.ring *ny 1079 Mh St South .uulibahiasi oath each aid FurnIshed Lo
: 'o 1I1.n, 31 inch wda four UNFURNISHID *
rang
omplemt, the lol Bi Corner of llth Ava ft
loft why
I YEAR SEASON' cased in Tamaimi H.,.", t.
burn.r ovenu ''ol.r US 00ClOOd
dt.cnbtd I on1.ho, h.r.n Pd not bt r* iond .* P, 0, BOX 1737 * NAPLES, FLORIDA; 33940WANTADGRAM I B'lf 7th II Street MI 1 6667 eond t.a"' rn : 20" tr* 000 lot Good included SsrnsnAssociutis Priced atIII

Th* Ea.t ?50 t..t of the Wilt 400 1/20 II J W.DYCHES.REALTORAtt..clov.

lett of Lot 77 71 a. 71. Naples I I :!-.BikesI tpococo.alsri'lcoa) 100Mb Quail HOW**. I Lucille. OtIs yogI M.c"mDE'VEY
'Improvement Col Little Farm ec Ave hri Block from nw S*. data Noble WolgSS
to thereof recorded 'in -
plat
cording School co"plet.ly fu'nl.h..
Pl.t book 2. page 2. Collier( County FOR SALE sale 2 ",10..1) t.I.r 1(5MI ( no 'OIItll 011 yearly loesi.so .
to be .toned from An 11M It IIIr POLLY
Record re I 110 riot monthly Call r 5500."UI .
culture to C I cl(* .if,cetion Owner: HONDA HAWK $100 AND

lv< L Gilmer( Writ your own want-ad. It's eaiy . it's fun. Writ your ad In the space
TAKE from Quit three REALTY
OVER Personal Two block
BOARD OF PAYMENTS 26-
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I below, count the words to find your cost. Try a low cost wont-ad today to beitronm two bath furmhd

SEAL) I buy sell trad. I CALL MI 262893BoatlMotOrl ALCOHOLICS' AN'2NYMOU5 home lS per month pain
Margaret T Scott Clerk Man or women wi'h drinking. round lental Ava'(able Novom Goo Oaway rellSt.NR.aoo;
ft bar Itl Charla Co Realtor Corner 11
By. W Beetty, cHngMI241tl
Ash tor help by
2r.U'k\ I Name ....... .. .... .. ... .... .problem V...tor* cord..ally 210 4th Ava So. Ml 2 1171. Tamiaml Ml 243SS' Trail,
Sept JO #297"iWTICE I MINIMUM' CHARGE 75 Acces.IJ w.lsOmid MesIio5, ,ill Poss lily MDecember
= = : = = :: == Bands. 1 bedroom 2
= Chuch A.nll on Blh through April clo Coquina'
OF PUBLIC HEARING -------- Address .. I toot Botloi VVha er 4t IMercury ..... St IIpl..I at 7lh A ues000 y Tusk ..ndf" Bedroom I Block beach bath: large porch. rentral I air
motor rod
The public ire informed ':t"'Ih a I LOCAL RATES .ud. tl nahIillOPMAftit.pl Adult. no poll Bon 701 Ml condition, drapai d.ihwaahertove
publ'c h..rn6. w,II be field I In. bucket coatsrsco llol, ,.. 247,10 S/IS M retriaaralor all form!
Courthouse East N. let. Consecutive Insertions Ml 24907 5 St P 1114 I am nil kitchen 124 WO e. term
I (I 00 A J Tuesda October 'rJ: City --.......-......--.-........-- f tilo1 Chris Coult ,nvo'I( 6 nespoos.bla I" n'" dabls ,in'cunred 2 bedroom furnlihid cottage 2 ca MARLOWE ft POCK iy tit SthAv
from beeeh and
I.M for tho purpose of h..ron. ..nvtompl..nl. I PER IINE yoan old nod ,iooscellcolci: by ..nyo" but myself block pier' Se Ml JJ77ItfM
Ad Ito
erreacon a why the fol. I 1 or 2 Insertions . 25( I lit.on:: Will' I owp5hOU Id not be rezoned a* Phone ?. _.---_ --' .. bile jeep or tmnll.r boat woMh Driving to llrotllh Honduras -
deicribed herein' I 3 or Insertions. . 18* 5,00 for my equIty C.IIMI Want lomeone to ,har* ispensas AV4TALS OPEN HOUSE Sunday 15 See
City of Golden Gite Unt 4. all .15" 9/11 StIiT'ii2' th.i real' buy ''n a 2 B R home
Cell Ben Col
Bi.ceml
Loll ,n Block lit 111 I III. 111 to I 5 Insertions . . . 16* Classified I far rniintv R.JIIv '/ll lit 1 I' Rm 2 baSh ho", on mat located AI 720 lOb Ave South
C ,IA: Lots I thru 12. Block 117II 20 Insertions Please publish my Ad forconsecutive _ _ ; inkOardot Br Stovi and nefrlg Silt mu ,n Crayton Love area Yoi will.
Lot in Block I 120. 121 134 thru . . 12# board 000 NP I Inlerceptor; low like the I lu.ury home featuie

H? 131 (142 thru 144 to R.I: all I COUNT4AVERAGE! hour Head,. ship 10 .100' I 33-Services Offered J Bdrm I bath in city 1125 offered at only SI4 ISo

Lots 'In Blockt tOt thru 127 Lot I times starting ,- I Depth MI 7 M4 F ndr good cond,t,on, <'oi I.EMXS bOY I). Kuiitoi
t'7v 70'
WORDS PER bath furnished for
LINE 2 Br Rm I
12 i (II 'In Block (2$. ill Lot In Electric Problems
BloCkS 12* thru 13! and all Lot ,...on 60 Tenth SI No Ml 7 5Mt

,n Block (ItS to R.IA; Lot IJ thru I _ _ _ _ _ $. n, ni..i.ii--M --.1. _.""h with order. Business Opps. 9110 IINrarly
Z1 Block 117. LOll I bra 19. Block I Call 3 IIr Bm 2 bath furnlllled ,inclv newwith. rilflbl,khedliwn
122. Lets I thou It Block 140 Loll ; Count 4'i Average Words Per Line L.... OV..I.b''. bh.1I b.'v'u :Marco ElectricFor 1110 pen wo lIlt Jan 1 ,l.eitdto.yrd i iolbrach

I thru HI ; ail SI.t'OIl It' 91. St No Phone hl'rl"m bith Ml 7 'Sit
II20Rit
Loti /In Yioclafl'. : Si. I Z 4824 or cull .1 .1.Ion C"'RI'BEANtEAL TY I' "

Block 122 Loll U thru 2%. Block 140 S/IO 101BUSINESS AnalysisMI REALTOR
and Lot 12 thru It. Block 141 to
II 1HH No T.o.1 I Ml 6IH( 58-lots For Sale
R J.... opportunity North 4180InntalleM
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City of Golden Gala. Unt, I. Lot I II I Trail location, Burger ft -
drink All 2 .....d."I'.' Lul Lake Perk
I thru 21. Block 153 all Lot In new equipment & ronnulUnti 51-Wanted To RentUp
Ill A lit to C bedroom, I beth home in rear boat school and .tore, 12 77i

Lot kt.I'rull:4.: Block lit, Lot'i II of bu.m.. Priced el |I5.000 9/20 ItRepeirlne to S1111 month. veer MARLOWE ft BECK. 4IJ tth

thru It Block 164. all Lot In Block I I with good term to ou..d" ) Lawn Mower' J642B.rr.tt round, for ] uer bedroom, unfurnl.hed Ave South Ml 11121

166 Lot I thru 14. Block Itt all I pureh..... Shown by appoint Av*. El Naples. Ml horn In city limit. Wllconsidio 1/1I.th..1I
Lot 'in Block 117 169. 170 & 172 m.n|. 14494 B/II_ :
to buy Reply loO'bra
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AuoclalaiLuclll Barrifr beautiful Cornrr
1 Lot I thru 12.
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thru :
Boa 1717 AJ9 Coll,., C'euotNrw
Block 121. ell Lot In Block 156A I I Oil V"I,I Marcum "tw. M'gh School. COM
160 thru I6J to alA' ; Lot I thru Noble Wright 36-Wanted To Buy fit St II 000 Will take ".'.100 Phone

17 Block Ill all Lets In Block IS?. i .111 IJP 55
Lot 20 thru 36 Block lot 4 Lots DEWEY POLLY U'.d pilkull' li.kc u.cleJ 53-Listings Wanted
IS thru 27 Block 166 to R 2A: Lot I I r Goud condl.no i Stuhlma" Pop 59-Acreage

29 thru 39. Block ISJ to R J.*.. 001,05 .MiilSs".""e 1.0 Ii" Id H 'Y' ""vy,. I". "'01 ", hu..,..
City of Golden Gate Unit' 6. Lotihn Pleose remit i check or money order. REALTY 55 110 6i61t I '", 1.-l NbIiiou' (1111... ,'oun'y'
30, Block III: all Lot In I I .J II. ''' I.., u" ,h. 1. KifI >ti-r trI. 14 0(1( itnwn and
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Blocks 200. 204. 205 213 4 221 to 38-Autos For Sal. IS Oil fob noilh Nl.0.,
CIA: Lots It thru 32 Block 119; --- - Go Dwy Polly Reeltor 57 Houses For Salet.uslo.o II ISO 00 On ml from Golden
Lots bra 20 Lots Corner lit Ava Na and Gate City Open Sunday Col
2J: 1/.tol/: PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
II thru Block ; thn Tamiaml Trail MUST SACRIFICE 2 I,.. fminty Realty Byte tlSO
u. Block 190, Lot I thnl'l IS. Ml 4H6 I built J bcdcucn. J both

Block- 192; all Lot In Block 193; NOTICE 0.. INTENTION TO NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC' SALE EstablIshed, Service Slat,on for door 1964 Galaxie 500 air .cond Ma"home yoslru Netr feature aslIcoor8. u' Clot m to U S 41
Lots I thru 13. Block 194. Lot 13 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Th. will acre Term dillier Coun
public please "k. notice Notice I* hereby given that I will lean Contact Leanerd Hen (100uods ben t,fully
l.todsc.p.dshaded
thtu 24 Block lOt; all Lots In The und..n.d dons hereby tor. that a public heerlng will be held Mil at Public Auction to the hith., nines (SOt Fifth Ave SohIs Exact mileage 6252. MI with pi ,celex oak tree, ly Realty tail on the Trail'
Blocks 196 & 197: Lots I thou 10. t,fy that they era condoctn4ao.s' at I 00 AM Tuesday October 6. ..t bidder for rth M 1240 Sperling it Drive by lOS flow Lin Dr The. 111I
Block 191. alt Lots In Block 203; I laurant but net* at Naples. Flor di. 1964 In the Commi*.'onr'* BoardRoom Court N.pl.. Florida at 10' 00 AM. 23370. Mooring anit call u. for ana
Lot I thru 17, Block 220: ill Lot under the f,ct.tioui nm* of Colon! Courthou Et Naples. September 10 I9M one 1951 Buick SERVICE STATION onlwrot today Priced at TRAIL' FRONTAGE
,n (Block 221. 222 ft 223; Lot 10 .1 l House and hal laid, firm I is com Florid to h saran y obiaction or automob, Da 7009971 owned by 19b4 Pont OrandPr.i. lull 541.605 IB acre* h.h, ft dry land. Ii Hm
thru II Block 224 Lot 13 thru posed of the following' persons who** complemtl on the establIshment of Kenneth M. chardun, for alorag Modern tervlce .teflon for lease. power. factory air cond Qen ,le, from tourlhou.e MAR
241 Block 227 to Rl; Lot t thru nemei and places I of resIdences area SALINITY BARRIER LINE In and other cherge* on which, a lenin by Atlantic Ref,ning Co Locet coal! Mo(ooseeeculivicur 1(00 ....oc.at** LOWE A BOCK. leO tin Ave
23. Block 20'tll alt .olJI4 Blocks' follow*' Collier County All persons int.r I clelmed 'on 2201 No Tamiaml TrOll I at miles See Bovca Bolton Luclll Oil Virg.1 Marcum South, Ml 2 5121 _'/2 tf
701 209, 210 7,12 205 and Elhanon Comb 2ISS 10th Street, tttd In **id salInity barrier line Said, tale to b. under and by virtu. The Mooninis Paid (rainingoogrum. Noble WrightDEWEY ; :
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216( ; Lot I thru 21. Block 217: N. Neple Fiord may mp or plat of of the Statute of the Slat of FlorIda fn.ncool I assistance.oo WOOD CHRYSIFR:
R.IA; 17 Block Be.. Comb. 2ISS 10th Street at'r.tof1r.. of tha Enfmeer ) further Information call Mr .0 Acro. IJ milas from Court
tOOl I'II.t : 0":5i" ie lama County 'In such cases md and pro.
I thru Block Itt; N. Naplo. Floods County Government Center vldad Thomas, Fl Myr Fl*' W*. PLYMOUTH JEEP POLLYHEALTY House IHO pont oi Opec
thru I II. Block IS7; Lot 12 thru 21 65744 or writ Z2af Ivy Av* Sunday
Ownrhip of Colonial Houi it a! Maple. between the hour of AUDREY E HENLEY 2640 No Trail
Block 189; Lot I thru 17 Block 190: follow.Elhanon.: SAM. and I P M wk days. MURPHY COMBS Atty Ft Mypr Flu "1 lot Radio" LARIBBEAN RFALTVI'M

Lot IS thru 30 Block 192: Lot Comb hOW" BOARD OFCOUNTY Sept 13, 20 1964 *2lt 1gri3 1! ;;rrhnfLP R.*'""'
14 thru 26 Block 194; Lot I thru Boss. Combs 50% COMMISSIONERS 13-Help Want. Female W W (( 2 4IJIVi ( N 1,1, MI.-alts.
12 Block 195. Lot II thru 20' Block It ii their intention to apply to M.rg.ret T. Scott Clark tl
G.. Droru Polly Realtor
Itt: Lot li thru 24. Block I 202; the Clerk of th* Circuit Court in SEAL) IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY lon.l. M.lire wom.n. .. te... (191,1 Ford Wagon VI engjeierad Comb, 1 l'.l I Avo No old II elrcsadloln.n. Coconnl
Lot I thru 11 Block 219; Lot and for Collier County Florida: to By R W Batty. JUDGE. COLLIER COUNTY, dent Apartment Motel mnar Factory air Thn Iowum, T.II Qrovo filv "water and '''UI..
II thru 35 Block 220; Lot 1 thru refiiter th* Mid nm of Colonial Deputy Clark FLORIDA IN PROBATE Able to meet people and willing week only I IW lIc'Rn.dd Slur: MI U1SA 11"0000 term Ph.lip Kve.
*. Block 224; Lots 12 thru 27 Houee under the provision of Chap Sept 20, 1964 #219 IN RE ESTATE OF to slay i osoeninanan, d wekCollier. WOOO CIIRY l.F.R Owner P o Baa 1)06 Naples.
Block 225 Lot I thru S. Block too 20953. Law of Florida, Act of ROBERT E BURNEY md. Knowledi., 01 slIce p'o.f..duro. Nar* opportunity for nvetlmenl .
226 Lot I thru 12 Block 227 to 1941i NOTICE OF. INTENTION TO Dod.es.d h..pful Allroctv. Iv. PLYMOUTH JEEP tellina W 000 ,kouto Sot Acrtaa*.
L
R 2A. let. thru C. Block I Hi-. thaw . NAME TO ALL CEDITORS.AhiO PERSONS I II 000 ih lu wer' >dJa* .t. .. T fcVbSl
Wrtnea hand, th. lath dy RTOISTER! FICTITIOUS WnOa 1640 N trail -' a ,.. *' P....._
not?BtAfWnfl r flfaH: fo Blot*. ft'ZO** rLotl.ft-LoU;''Of September 1564.ELI4ANOM. L. J. ALEXANDROFF and POPPY HAVING' CLAIMS OR DC.MANDS . C'.nlu.N: :: ,.. 0. Be. 17371II r"I'; front T bodrSom. TarpoTT ft ". hIs i tI an excellent invettmenlor
ft COMBS ALEXANDROFF husband and AGAINST SAID ESTATE 40 for 'interview /II 61 1002 Ihamblir "SmarT; ; .i utility room 'arm Land

thru 10 Block 202; ill Lot In BESSIE COMBS wife hereby certify that they coo You end eech of you are hereby 'aot lull ;p;; 'i'm.. J led,.. can IfjSO 2 door I cylinder ::1. Hulh Anderson. Brokr It Acre tract WJJO en liletof
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Block 206: Lot 1 thru 4. Block Sept 13 20. 21. Oct. 4. 1964 #2M conducting the following business notif,ed end required to p rosen I any will kno..n In Community, ..,th or white Sea al ill Olh St S Tmimi Trail Capri Hi way, new proixned

207 Lot: Lot 19 thru 29 31 thru. Block 33 Block 219 Lots 20?; ctivitie' SIlk icnaninf, on ttbric claims: and demand: which you. 00either access to car for I I..nt work 9am li> (12 noon 9/17! _II Ph Z 2SS4 or POSit Naples to Marco Island I HouleAuiacenl ,
; NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE I other malarial and the of you mey h aueoea 10.1 the Land Priced .
I thru II. Block 229: Loll S thru paeran Send rrpl'los to rollier County 19bO Flit Plot .."... 0 dr Coniideratoly
20 Block 226 to R3A. Notice I I. hrby I vn that I will tl. of such items; manufacture and estate Of ROBERT E BURNEY New P 0 Boo 1717 A 41. ..d.n .conomy plus W..k end For Sale By Owner H'Khar than our. Good
City of Golden' Oil*. Unt 7. elI sell at Public Auct,on to the high sale of cloth,ng: and the manufac d ocease 4. late of said County to I /18 St14Help only ISIS See Ralph Foot Brtrm Florida room Term Open Sunday
Lot ..1 bidder tor ca.rt at Boat Haven lure and sale l of item of perproperty .on.I the County Judg ol Collier County 1.. LBS hou.e al Mil 10th St rARIURIAN REALTY
In Block 232. 233 234 237
Florida. et his offic, in the court WOOD CHRYSIERPI :
andman
1414 tth Ave Soulh. Naples. Florid Incidental to the u. saIlors
I end
231 239 ft 740. Lot I It thru Wanted Male payment
Block 242. alt Lot in Block, 2t: at 1000 AM September 30 1964 tonance of home: ill under houl of said' County at East Naples. JEEP l.h.L'r: month 10 quoliSdkayir I J.L2SNTrel| I Ml kISS
Florid. within Calendar month
246 2S2 25) ft 254 to R ell' Lot one IS ft Keufman boat It .FL6640C ,th. fictitIous, "."'. of POPPILI sit Call Dick, Hill, Mi '01
Ii that from lbs tim of the lira public fciipr enred len men tor 7640 Na Trail SOMETHING
owned by John Wellwork for FABRICS They also certify up if DIFFERENT IN
n Block 259 260 Lot thru 22. week day.
; lion of notice Two of It usadcaos Lee .!..
t.wan Apply :
cope
storage and other charge on whIchSad .re th* two and .tt. 'l"1hevocnl.5; iUla1'i-dffl. ACREAGE
Block 262 alt Lot Blocks 263 6
doOr sodas
in a lien ,li claimed Of'v" bus)nessentorpo r..o..c each or demand shall b* In Palo) Wood Chrysler' PlymouthIIS I ; NOW S acre tract located
264 ft
265. 266 267 261 256 to Slit MI HOII t/I17 If
sale to b. under and by virtue owning SOW Interest therein' and writing. and shall Mate tha plac If lust ona mu. from US 41
R IA a.d
; Lots 12 thru 23 Block tI' 11th "r..1 Norl" I
Loll 13 thru 21. Block 231; otJOf 1 01 the Slatules of the Stall of Flor. that ifs principal placa of business of r..d.nc. and pot offic address Only lop notcn maintenance, (1962 Rambler 4 Or wagon radio room 2 1I.lh. Iargalcfrotl'4 DrIve' on la Ihi.* properly with

thru IS Block 242: Loll I thru 19 ida III such C"H made and P'o I is Bldg' No 202. Airport East Napi of the claimint end shall be sworn men need apply for his po heeler. auto Iran pw porrh. C.nlr.1 HoaS aoI your own car and. compare ,Iaieintl
Block 243 LoIs 10 thru 17 Block yidad, *.. Florid. to by th* claimant *..nt. etlornev .,lion, Mu.t b* between JS and sIne pw b"..*. tudor air Air Con.'I0.'n.caries. $11 500 11100 any olherl Only lit
: I thru 17. Block 219; Lots PHILIP C. MORSE. J,. They *tt. It I* thom 'Intention to and accompanied by a filing fee of. to year old reliable. tobr and cond Cannot duplicate et II4DS down .nd SIlO per monlh withlie down lull price |/>i For
thru" 250 to R 2A: Lot Boat Haven Naples. Inc. apply to the Clerk of the Circuit on. dloller and .uch claim or d. alert Apply In. person to men See Red SI*irIMJ and 'n'uronco fHA IOn further Informetian contact

'i thru 1,5i.II, Block. 261; Lot I ft t. MURPHY COMBS. Ally. Court In and for Collier: County= mend not to filed shall b* void. also Pot Rovel' Beach CI"bw..k 1'''' J..p .c.lI.nt condllon, closing ,...IVINCE D T' Jon. Cntarprlte*. Inc
)Block 262. Lot 12 thru 21 Block Sept 13 20. 1964 #2I7 Florida. to noIsIer, tn* laid' name SUZANNE M. BURNEY day. t 30 to II 30 A MPermanent 1200 MI 2111. IIU II Midway 2 5340 p Boa 07.1
A. of La.t
x.cutrin the
269 to R2A Lot I thru II ft Lot- -- of POPPILI .FABRICS under th* pro.
: Will and Tettement of OOIica, end. .....1 Ford Oalan, 4 dr aulotram (ONHON
NAPLES MOSQUITO CONTROL vlllont of Chapter 20953 Lw of .10" wok .
31.
Block 7 Fur
230: Lot I thru Block rad, h lralor 0' hll"I. ov.r I
o nateraictn d .
DISTRICTNOTICE Fiord. Act of 1941 am.nd.d.WiSnass ROBERT E BURNEY job for tuaI,5odman tit tlh Av ParkwayMl
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2.J; Lot I thru 4. Block 244: Loll decei.ed 'I sharp and ,..dy 10" SlOW 0:05 Ir.... I' oora Suuo
to' '
TO BIDDERS thlr" hand thIs 10th day Salory bonu. 'n 75746
25 thru 34. Block 241; Loll II thru Call Ralph FOMWOOD I"c" with, .1.d"fly ..'.d
29 Block 249: Lou II thru 25 SEALED BIDS will be received of September 1964L PARKS ft EMERSON soraoc.an, d .I".nt b.n. t/17 If road Other b.. i '..... tract, ,
fits
by the Board of Commiss,00cr. J ALEXANDROFFPOPPY Attorney for th* Ert.t. of Ad Vance manS opportllnt, UIRYSIEKPLYMOUTH
Block 250: all Lou In Block 251 170 down |?0
: month und
Of th : Robert E. Iunn.y Dee..d Thi Sherwin WillIams Co lie Pine R,dga home on atr* lot i-i
Lots 13 thru 16. Block 261; Lot I Naples Moequito Control D:> ALEXANDROFF 5th 50 JEEP up Open scdyc. Coll,er ("lunly
nilI '
Irict office, ItS SIll AVIN.pl South till If N..rlynowlb.dniowwithcarport
exten.ion Airport WILLIAM H. GRACELYAll
thru 4 Block 262 Loll 1 II. Rd.
thru Rlllty .
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112( .000 ,__ .iL
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FIor.daBENJAMIN
Block 269 to R 3A; all LoIs InBlocho or P. 0 Bon 725 Naple Collier 000eya t Law inn No Tre I_ and Mrnd porch .

235, 231 241, County, Floride up tfJ.O''f M S4S Fifth A venue South Q. PARKSfor 15-Sales Help Wanted Ap.rl".nt houee downtown Na Quick deal ?o acre 10
LoIs S thru 9, Block 2"l.4lStoi; ( E1TJ December 7, : Naples. Florida, the firm 41-Trucks leo. 4 on. bedroom unit and. per
thru 24. Block 241 to C.1ACity ssh:. Sept 13 20. 21; Oct. I. 1964 #281 Sept 20 27. Ocl 4. 11. 1964 *292 Sale.man wanted lo Mil new Tractors Two. motel rooms |se 000 Good :nlYO.r.nIlY II"d'Y1Ir:1" If
ONE USED
of Golden Gate Unit' I, Pert BEECHCRAFT Torm..
: Oil OR CIS H and uied cars Prefer loci I men (19b1 lOrd Falcon Getuasta Fl v.'jje;Sourly
I; All. Lot In Block 270. 271 272 AIRCRAFT two> bdroom I lose to Naolet
bedroom plus
273. 274 279 271 277 271 ft 279 SPECIFICATIONS AND PROPOS. WllhT public will 1 pie*** (aki nolle that by Jttf h'n'dIl with whoh utomobll *.p..nco. (ion wagon I 11750 Will, tr.d. Sot CBl two .If,cienty 5)0.150Niar ) on rood Near' golf' cmirie
b.th
to R I.... AL BLANKS may be obtained by S.cl.on I as amended by Chptr t3 ( of asakeen denlos5oaurt lot or .c..... 0' P t..k School. 110 down 110 per month
of Collier, County Florid. dd, mk better than vrg* Prk
bona fid* bidder Board of County Commiionr> Selling
Owner Gulf American Land upon applcaton MARLOWF ft BOCK 111
BOARD OF Corp. at th. offic of th. riapfe, MosquIto: eert.in improvement to Sprue ft Jffrion Street in Inomah SubdIvision method must to. high level IMI Intern.lionel Chassis, Ona bedroom duplei completely ..-/. So MI 11,2?' tin
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Control Di.tnct Neple Fiord. us outlined' below' and the cirlun oiimnt* t:2: : along w'th a liking (SEAL) The Bo.rd rrve the right t. property swoons yt remain, unpaId due to thir de.ir "* Best commiMlon, plan nina gout Good tree term Ii, 112.100
U ur urel 7'. Scott. Clerk reject any or all b'ds end wave any *.**..mint through the Tax Roll. over o period of fIve (t) y..r* at MO firn.h.d.. with other dump chassis WII, trad for Two bedroom CBS Trrauofloor
By W BeatIy. and ell, Oomalt.s.; .: I% fringe benefit" See Boyc Bol lot 0' wild, acriala oruash *. city water clout In t..t 61 Income Property
Now"trie
will (abe further notice that all awa.imanti that ton Wood fhry.ier Plymouth16Help
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Deputy Clerk BY ORDER of the Board of Com public rp Naples. $5.tOO
Sept 20 27. 1964NotK #2'1 mmioner.. Naple* Moiquito Con. remain unpaid at the end of thIs advertising I .f.IO'I'' b* given to ,Incp North TOIl (sot GMC VI pirk up. roady In Ownorln'oont
trot Oi.trict Naples. Flor,de the Collier County: Tax A sses500 and I lianlsl) ( *d ages5t Hid roll ,.o..r.o. 'p... Situ CBS 4 bedroom 1 bath swim' I soil 10 unit 1.401.1

REQUEST FOR BIOS( OR. RICHARD BRASMEAR properly) until aid IanIsI ira paid' In full Available overlooking pool in :'V..II.roor; plus bedroom, opartwsot on

2 TON H D. TRUCKS Chairman STREET PAVING ASSESSMENTS SPRUCE STREET 1165 Heavy duty VI 4(00 B'i the j t'.iliinly Fl.alty
Is liven Sept 13 20, 1964 tflfZ INOMAH SUBDIVISION ECuJI\I\ AVA'LAIILL Sires. h eevynsareu Ii, 2 > cod CBS I bedroom. I bath. over
!ouod _of County:: I.r..n.toll'.r : . Tot.I I .uc.... has not .polled sales'! r.r end I, ), 4 or t. Ions look3a' lake downtnwn et
\: County Florida. that It wIltOecelvesea NOTICE: 0' INTENTIONoREGISTER : Property Owner Lot Nod) Blk No Auei.ment onent.d (:h'CO.eiecullve but Delivery, today II li>00Plu 714 la.I Lak Drive 124.SOU 62-Business Property

,.d bid, at the Court FICTITIOUS NAME American Leg,on hat afforded *am. rlirmn et Downtown I bedroom frmatn
hou. Enl Naples. unt,I I' 30 PU Tha und.n.ned doas hereby c.,. Pont 13S I B 112009Jouph that n.edt. 10 b.n ... 01 .0 too and tlate tan block fram beach |1.MOTrm roM77rHTTATT' ,r ioir Monday October I. 1964 for tho tOy that I am cond uctnIaSusolne: Potnr I O 47 IS R.I" t. lit saws lalenti' wont 1950 down H' M mo lot |row n earoa Better in
followmi p.ece* of equipment: and sroceoy kusness at Turner Robert M Brown ft I I 1)9 55Fr.nchon fo, you To keep that (en. will LUFF GMC INC ooSSilaSa, in,. d...uble corner
Two (2) 1965 2 ton heevy duOloacS Rver, It T..ml Tr.,1 .t Ochope.. Dunn II ft 11 I 120 00 'Ing lo *t rt .mell Baa 421 '111" No Th.. Trail I ITemonrerv BILL property today' Price |I4.tOO

cab ft cha.sls with th* following r. Florid. under tha lctt, ,ousna mu of PAVING ASSESSMENTS JEFFERSON. STREET tF3' A ", CII.Ptou" X 'Inrnt nn LOAClIfHEALTOR AssncuIa5
MINIMUM ipecificetioni" : "TURNERS RIVER GULF STATION STREET INOMAM SUBDIVISION- New. 9t. .;; Lucille, OH V.I. MtrcurnNoble
132" wheelbase. 6 cyl 263 cu In. ." end thet tiid firm !I. com 45-Trailers For Rent Wr..hl
enelons, 4 peed tranmiion*. 2l posed of th. following I persons whose Ralph N. Wltus 17, II 11 20 O 140 00 23-Misc. For Sale
spoed oeareo l Ins. factory installed name* and places of re*.dence* are Eugeno A. Rkr t H 12000 IS' SIN Aol Se.B7tf .
100X20 tin ply tubi tyPO (Ices front .. follow*' Ralph N, W It*'a S H M 00Cloyd eeul.lilT7ioT 7e.te7, lnTn7toi T".or. tl iwiakw 1$ TV\ MI iBIS DEWEY POLLY
It duel rear. 5000.11 front 0.1.. 15000# Walter J. HoltmenEverglade M. Mullini S H MOO *. trend 110 awaee Sp.t.. n I 0055
nw cond lion
rsarau I.. 4000.11 front .pron. Flor'daOwnerti BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS sell Will Rock Cr006 To I.l' 00 Pare
".. REALTY
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11500.11 ,aar spoloas ,,/r.., helper p :j aid butinni II at Collier County Florid I?tt70 l.hn"' '1)0 MIdway t, '/ if Four 1 bedroom home Oil

spolngn. I.clorv In.I.II.d h..,.... folio", ,, (SEAL) ,lrg fully landscaped IsIs J
West Coast ", orro... turn iOdcatoos. Walter J. Holtmen 100% M.rfrt T Clerk CALL TilE NEWS FOR 49-Houses For Rent furnihd I unfurniihid. Ee Quo O..y P011RealSor
Vltuu", hyd..uloc br.k... Chaos.. It ii h,i Intention to apply to th* By R. W Beatty.tt'D. Clark ClII.nt buy I oroatlrs d p."OIlto Con" (It Av. No and

to b* equipped with t cu yd water Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Sept .. 11, ZO, 2?, 1S64 *271 RURBFR STAMPS .... live 'in on* end rent three Tom,."" rooIMl
level tel dump bad .. .. 2 bedroom t b tn aperlrrA out 27.Nt
/1Iio cab for ColIer County Florida to rea;' } Curs Aitdertan. MI 1 5355Tral
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.h,eld,, 7" underneeth hydraulic tar tha ad name !>' TURNERS 'r- cnnrl oned U'iOirlPiOdscunpIn 2 Mil I, writ Palm Ri,yar t.-
ho.it, w/conlrol mounted in cab. RIVER GULF; STATION under the Ooe.alo' .nd range. felon I/M S if fronlull 110. front foot
color off .h'I.' revIsIons 01 Ch.pl.r 2053. Laws offlorod. II10 per month p .suliitOs I Between Neple* and Marco I*.
There will be a t.d..11I of t"o21 .. Act of 1941Witn I geariy Ieeoa T V r..b'' a 'i WE'RE LOADED land Turnoff Open Sundays

Chevrolet S." .. 70. 1961 dump *.. my hand thIs Illh day of able Adults, snIg" WiSh, hetosis lIt 5545 .", .11. med C.II'er' County Really' tllwnSl

truck with I cu yd dump bid. **pl. "" Who Can Dolt? 51501. Apartments 911' It '''''' and lerti w. are bound
41St Aol SOulh
Id. should Indicet hot prIce. tens WALTER j. MOLZMAN 61 II buoe your so its stoat. so Bu.in.*.< Property
diKOunt |less Federal uc" ta>. Sept 13 20 27 Pel 4. 1964 SlU P ur0ishsdipir. 'mint for tat J':* V* 'Ja: bets,. a3.j buy Commercial Trail. 0111. *.
I less g
County t..d.n.Opt,on.I end bid net price Indicate 10 the N.oie Park Ml 2 4610I Mgr k for Rufhfuso, SaIls .161 .U' deep. el very .....
to map IN THE COURT OF THE ill/ 101 enable Pr'ce Or owner will

A prIce".d depot County of without 5% of b'd 0radi.ins price COUNTY JUDGE 170 IW HO COlEMAN BOVO! REALTOR I coniider T,."'ng for ........

mut eccompony th* sealed bd COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Furn I bdrm. apt ffcin ; No' 1.412 SIll Open Suotday'sCARIBBEAN

B,d* will b. opened it I' 30 P M RE. ESTATE PROBATEIN OF These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. c'" SwuIhIdi TV Am" Con 14741EfTetncy 711 4thAve nll . "tt't I R..llo"REALTY

Tuesday October I. 1964 ft award Rol l Plm
made It that t,,,,.. The Board r.. HERBERT KENGELD.c....." EQUIPPEDEXPBIENCED? and READY to for rent central/l CBS homo Nf.: well mmeeulete to w.Hcerpet ; intO N T..I M' 260W

servos tho rght to ,.,.ct .ny and TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS They ore serve you cubed. Week or month 2 !7/ 2 .batS den. and 2 iulilt i I
all bd., HAVING CLAIMS OR DE 9/9 IfSABLE / room U insalrus MAR 65-Gen. Real tttate
1I0AIID Oil' WANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE KUOrI\u StAWALLSSEA; LOWE ft BECK 41)Mh A COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ANSWERING SERVICE South Ml ISItl 7/12 tf 70 Tn'ZbEMANDS' ()
each of you are hereby w t
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Mao '0'. Scott. Clerk "':''r.'ed'd. required to pretext any SHORES APTS GulSnIlSr. "vd 1,00pritiviSpecesas THE BISTIS

By a. :: claim and demand which you or 1 Woofs sprayed with ., MI t44HK.lly ewe bedroom aDa's
Beelty. '
c'w..v'
.ithar of may h..eve aulost .. .. Roed end Areca Ava wIth .. 5 C0055 OI'I. The Moor.iris .
Deputy Clerk you 1 Tl* . in.nIeioocs BRIE WHITE Beaut, ... po WALLS wool ." poc" over May nil I neif City ..
cEniGEL.daceasod. .
.t.,.
Sept 70 1964 #291 the entaIl of HERBERT Blot smell m.(.c* w th 5 il I sClsabi I. scab *n ,??(, ,,.. lion ng waterway 117 9tt
lull of ItdCouty.to H *>ce end recap!.anul sure's. eel.matee Ml 2 US CONCRETC WOOD ROCK EBB TIDE APTSSummer Charie* Coa ReH.r. 210 4rh slice p.racra Scorns
NOTICE OF the County Judge 01 Collar county Call I 4311 ROOF NAPLES Ave je MI HI7S 1/"_SI
PUBLIC HEARING CLEANING Foundation ..
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Floride. at ".* ottc ,n th* courthouse ft PAINT Piles r. IW monthly trees Location flood .I.v.
The public are informed that apsbtc of aid County at Eat Napie INO CO ,/2, ?, ".11/ Road. iou ILL LIKE thi* roomy I t,en. City weler 20 acres Ion
haermg will be held at th* Florida. within, vu, calendar Docks-Mooring Whips BR 2 Beth NEW home at 7Mllth She small Sc.Ider' end economy
Courthou. lot D,
m Lust Naples. Fla of th. tInt inii.v Wee Ave So Ealr* lrg bowls 12000 par acr. term .
month from th* time *
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at 1 10 l REPAIRS 5400111 'iRiS
$ AM Tu..d.v October 13 of thi saotce' Two RADIATOR tAOEN Aulmet 'yd"k MOTEL M21JOI Kr.ened por.h. built ,in tchen
1964 for th* purpo of Itsuro0uncarnDlaults "bllc.ton PUBLIC c' Ml 26115) and real, Prim ..
cope' of each clam or demand NOTICE ABBOTTRadio m; :: 0 buy .t ttation corner. 200
'low or reeion why th* fol shall b. in writing and hll Mate 9 flt dp city weter E..|
". should not b* r*.toned as T.m, TaI I Welch
.....ro..ed herein, the fee piece address of resd of th*"*.*claimant and post and of Ace Radiator Repairs LEGAL ADVaRTIUMrlllT'NVITATIO Road 49-Houses For Rent WE HAVE few trade. in home* One em tiplod |IM per front She

Lot* 33 ft 14 Block B. N.ole' shall b to by the claimant Gal link repaired weld.ngtle.m ,.. TO BIDDERS sod 14111 14471 eve'table at SIte down and Sit foot Term.Meier .
worn
Gardeni accarding, to Plat Book 4. and accompanied ,The C.t/ of Nails oIlsealed ,.c.ov. 2 Bedroom I u.n. hsmo I", to 11 mawtMy Hurry
Mge 13 Collier County Record. agent attorney fee of dollar and. cleaning. B.d, at II ? let ?,?., """ed. Jvot 1 blocks, 10 She NOBODY' his better
iso .
to k ir4soe d from R I by o Ming * to C I demend not *. Mad 421 IM4 City Hall for list Fir ,yltrlo.l j paicON ' al I Mated property for Unmeditt
clou.feet' ,on Owner William Wit. uch shall iaim"' volTHELMA or Nee Davis Blvd Ml I 41) four door. .*dn. I iPdic Cr*, RIP- RAP SEAWALLS ".'* r.nf.l, 1 I 1 if' f l, liitv!:< N* l I S4 h m. V** tf investment. S** m* Soday.
BOARD 01'COUNTY KENGEL on* III) Meo vn truck and thiI .. t. .ell, II6M4( Se* It nowwh .
COMMISSIONERS' A. eiecutna of th* Last I ) one half ton aOvp truck and ROCk GROINS I Veer tld t Bedroom home .le'' you cen mete your own
sEAL WIt. and Tevament of RUBBER STAMPS Bd form ltd. detailed >pefi ...'ete occupny SIlO p.- color s.teatipoROYAL G 14 LUFFRe

Menaret T Scott. Clerk HERBERT KENGELdecee tf>* my b* etttemed et tOw Off,.. c,....,. .**...11., *.<. montn on your y lee.e B III Brobar
By R w Beetty. ed of tIle City Mngr during. mark< HARBOR Tr,. lu* 420 1 5th NoNaplon
.Gtf.l..k: PARKS ft EMERSON ,na hour* ,I... ti (rofni, Wesley C Downing, Realtor ury; cn DO yur* in thi* I I Pta
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. .. .. amkn heCi(yranoro an the right Snnimact BR } Bulb wilh family Room

Attorney E.,... of lor Herbert th* KengelDeceetod CALL THE NEWS FOB any and. all bide received M IARATIIONDREDGING 706 Ith Av. So Ph Ml 221/J large porch, double garage' I IN. 66-Insurance
II ,.. WOOD Jr 1/17 M central heal ft tend.I.,., .
A"cn''CrI 'PP'.c .1. .1 RUBBER STAMPS ..,,". complet
JOY C4y w.".., CO. on Dolphin
Ki Mh Aveaaiuth 7 'edroom house 10. rot omplosly Road , SaoiMu..a. Easy PaywIa(
Maple Florid. CommercUl PrintingThat's AttelEH' furnished Mitk.gan A. "U Plapl" Bay I Plan. Auto. Homo Ownort,
ltElIlIdlHTH Be O. Park Lehman Drorfgo, Or,jlln. .ss.sia V P.rty Pa"Prv ,I'iuloa
/ / "I..n|
*, Clerk WILLIAM I STONE, INC 'JAEGER
City
Ills Frunb Whilewat'Soroal ; INSURANCE
: SaVi 'i'm2 I 17 1964 1274 Tops Sept. 21 Z1 164 .211 ..4 Dollar Work .1 If MI""y 2 dOW I Builders I 12, 1th Av*. North
C'l. a -O\JNTY\ NEWS ; neri tH Ml t 7161 B/It Of tit.nOht.fio.' Mil 17)1 MI 17551 7/1640.
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Niplti. Fl... Sunday. S.pf.mt.r 20 "4.I .



Industrial Production Up i-n Fop

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For 12th Straight MonthBy St F'PUBL1X'


DARDEN CHAMEL1SS level of 133.5 (1837.59 equals pekioti
AP Business News Writer 100)) reflects gains In all three of MARKETS f
NEW YORK (AP-61enals of Its components, manufacturing, ri;
continuing economic growth, mining and utilities The figure I
I possibly through the 1960s, were compares with 132.7 In July and
sounded from several slgnlfl 1254 per cent In August last XXXXXXXXXXXXXtXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxIn '
cant sources this week. year.The "
Aside from labor.manage. month.to.month rise was
ment question marks Including about the same as In the last
auto, rail and mining negutla several previous months, suggesting t ,
I lions, the business news seemed continued, broad.based ti PUh/t/ ,tp
almost solidly bullish growth t I Isls
Ford Motor Co. and the Unit The only Important weak spot
ed Auto Workers agreed on a was construction, down 1 per ; 1 1.o
new contract similar to one cent from the record levels of
reached by Chrysler Corp. the July and June with public pro.
previous week, and Chrysler Jects the biggest factor in the
declli ,. Separately, the Census .
whlte.collar workers settled just .. : -
before a strike deadline. The Bureau reported that sales of : LYKES' SUGAR CREEK .. ...
final hurdle Firsl-ranked Gen. one.famlly residences In July ,. .
eral Motors Corp, whose talks were 8 per cent lower than a ;
were recessed until Monday. year earlier at 56,000 units, SMOKED :

-Industrial production rose though the median price was up ,..:::miiiiHHiHi!!! : ;;" : .., t .. ,
the 12th straight month. at $19,100 against $18,400 ayear ..
!i'iiiiHiiiimiifllfllfIIIIW'! / / ( ,:':":', , .
-Treasury Secretary Douglas earlier. II. ..! / ... , If "
Dillon announced that the na.tlon' The balance of payments ;:jjjijiiif: !! !, !ijjiiilMijLUJ: :;., PICNICS =
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gold stock was up at the report by Treasury Secretary & ; & ': .. du; .. ituu+l' tws a .y i1fP
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end of August, indicating some Dillon came at a meeting of the
success In the effort toward National Industrial Conference "
Board, whose economic project ,
balancing the nation's International
payments ledger. tions were announced at the '
-The National Industrial same time. lb. 2ge
Conference Board, a trade re. Dillon said that the August
search group, predicting a con. gold stock figure showed a rise
tlnulng, nonlnflatlonary growth from the August 1963 total of "II"J\" !\ ,.
that could carry to 1970. $15,633, billion. An exact figurefor
-The steel Industry reported the gain will be released
plans for another round of heavy later this month.In .
spending for plant and equip. recent years, the United i/i'
ment, supporting surveys that States has spent, lent and donat.
Indicate there will be moreeconomy.tueling ed more money abroad than it OLEO ; "
capital Invest. has earned back. Gold stocks
ment next year. have been drawn down by for. ... .
AU week long, however, the elgn banks exchanging their "
t rosy flow of rising indicatorsand dollar surpluses. Dillon said this ii PO LiSAmiSAUSAE(;
optimistic projections had outflow has been "stemmed." PRICES EFFECTIVE
to contend in business minds The Conference Board reporton a 1 1.lb. 1 Oc e er1
with concern over possible work the long.term economic out. ?r ctn. lb.79c MON., TUES., WED.,
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stoppages in pending labor dl. look said there could be Infla.
sputes, and concern over possl. tlon In the future but that "It Is SEPT. 21, 22, 23, 1964
ble inflationary effects of settle very difficult now to establish u.'., Limit 2 per customer with --- Swift's Premium Sliced
ments already reached. economic grounds" for It. COLD CUTS
"u' s
purchoses of $3. or mOle r
The copper Industry struggledback K said that growth throughthe
toward full production that 1960s should come from "' O EXTRA- 1)IO0)
would permit it to take full ad.vantage rising populatuon and technolog. 1 i 4-or. 39c lOO FREE
t
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of brisk, backlogged leal developments. It termed ; '' pkg.Pepprom .
demand. Major labor questions the current mid.1960s period "a ,' hk4 .&11 Green ;
have been settled but several period of delicate transition ,1r 4' 't1r ( Thurmger, Porty Salami) I ..Ilk. .M contract difficulties { s Sarasota Brand Chipped I
persistedinto from a dying postwar boom to a BUFFERIN
the week.A new, more natural but less BEEF HAM or TURKEY SfamPJ
familiar threat of a nation. Impressive and less inflationary ,4N' L 60-ct. bat
wide rail strike was raised by a boom whose real strength will h.,... WN ..
Job security dispute involving not be reached for many 3 3-oz. $1 !
the railroads and six craft un. years." Hunt's Tangy pkg.
Ions. Federal mediators sought New car sales In the first 10 -os. Small Cocktail Size
to reconcile differences days of September| were up 16 Tomato Juice . . . . . . . . 3 con 19 to !50meFREEmso
The Increase in the industrial per cent from a year ago to a WHITE SHRIMP
production index to an August rate of 16,865 cars a day . Brisk Flavored
The Pennsylvania Railroad an. ,#/ Green Stamps

nounced It will divest Itself of Its Upton's Tea ? . . . . . . . ,45 to lb.49c I .ltd. Ihli cowpoa aid turdiaM oil *
31.3 per cent Interest In Norfolk Cutex Nail' Polish Remover ,
and Western railway after that Plain or IodizedMorton's
cffiirispectfds 3.2-01. sue 39c plus tox
line merges with the Nickel Salt 226-0*. rt:: l>.,ln. VHt.i y I..!. II, 1"/
Plate railroad. . . . . . . 27t. Pklledelphierend Isa
Sales of manufacturing com. Cream Cheese 2 :ft-: 0000000000000000000 '
panles rose 6 per cent In the Assorted Flavors Sctgo ;: :


fits same April gained.June span a 17 quarter year per ago cent from and, a pro.gov.the Diet Drinks . . . . . . . . . 4 :rage:: *1 Maid frozen Concentrate foods oMinuto 5OE ltt O 50

I ernnront report said . proper. Siesta (Bonus Jar) Limeade 6 69 It'll Green Stamps
Hurricane DoraIn . tun. tOn
ty damage by
Florida and Georgia will total Instan Coffee 5o $-05 Marton'i Froian (II. par bag) I with. til*coupon mi turdiox. *it I
,some $17.5 million In Insurance . . . . . . . . . j jar Donuts 10 oe, $ SWIFT'S PREMIUM
SAUSAGE
pkgs. BREAKFAST LINK
claims, the National Board of "57" Variety
HOLLAND Underwriters said.County dir .2, 8:ox.: pkgs..n 78c
HEINZ SAUCE "" "
WWI Irt n n Art AAAn'ftnnnnnn A!nW
SALLEYINC. &AM" ::

AgendaAGENDA reg. 37 C 1 1

9atERlaRsr' N County Commit bot. pit",, a. 5 O 1 O EXTRA FREE UUU S ,
sloners meeting September 22 Colo Chicken Parts '

... I NAPLES 850 5th FLORIDAFUl'nitul'e AVE S 1964.8:30 PET FOOD MAXWELL HOUSE ...; -Z J7// Green '
a.m. Approval of Board w .. Mtbthuc..pue..dpwde..sh

minutes.8:40 am.Award of Bids on 2 61/1'OZ. 27c \ t( 'I \I .'.:. L ALL FLAVORS JELL-0 PJ
County Materials Cant INSTANT .:.- 4 reg pkgt. 4Sc
9:00 a.m. Report of County En. """'- \\.\ ho.... Woe!.. a..t. n. tn/
Rugs, glneer Colo Liver & Chicken or Kidney Chicken 1Ii off

Gifts, Accessoriesand Engineer.9:00 a.m. Report of County PET FOOD ,, COFFEE .....::..=:::

10:00 a.m. Report of County
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d'art EF'fltt
Objets 50 MSO
Health and Welfare 2 o: 33' *:: :
not to be foundelsewhere. 10:30 a.m. *. Presentation of ., ..
Plat, Henderson Creek Park. Soap Pacts' ......" ivw faeew.eBRILLO ..., .wm Jfti Green Stamps
11:00 a.m. Public hearing, ...a::: 10-oz. 99 I .lid till" CW-.4 nmfcoM olt G
Immokalee vacation of Part of TraffordAve. a jar LIPTON'S INSTANT TEA

3-oz. jar 79c
11:15 a.m. Petition to Vacate ,
Utility Easement, Palm River large 2 7c gsl rr
Visit our furnUhrd Model with "hiy0 s" (
I' apartments at Gulf Tow. Estates, Unit I pkg. Limit 1 per customer 6qOOQOQOQOOOOOOOUOBORDEN
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; erl, Carriage Club and La 11:30 m.-S.A. Mills, Dist, Western, Horn, Cheese, Mushroom purchases of $3. or more ,... 't/, .
; Tour Rlvsft. Supervisor, State Beverage De. I\ ,"'." "
partment S OMELETS \ ''' FRlRE '
'IiI 50" e5O59c
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Final Approve and Pay bills. \ It'' '\'\ 1\1IUu"\' UUUreg.

MEMBER OF u, J7// Green

AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF Arco Idaho, was the first pkg. I .... .1.owwr..4.II.......
U.S. town to receive light and & .
)4 I-OZ SANKA OR '-0% rUBAN
power from atomic: energy, INSTANT COFFEE J
INTERIOR DESIGNERS on July 17, 193S '' $1.59

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I MOTOROLANew W \ .I f' Pascal Celery 505O

-1 23" color tub "..? w ; Jll Green
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i the of i* *:.. .. I\IDETERGENT SPECIAL ... /. Stamps
change shape I \ .. I *k Olto- .J fc lM....
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: Color TV for good! . .. .,59 Block Flog Roach & Ant Bomb
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"'\\ LUXLIQUID 14-of. silt 79c
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( Ihli In .. 10 .
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U op.r.tlon In our ;;. stalk .h U, '
window och night tis r ,. r IJVVVVVVVvvvvvvvvv c W '"
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THIN, TRIM CABINET STYLING BY _
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ELEGANT : _-: ''._. WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
DREXEL ": :,;::;. :;, 'A _......
# 4I STORK HOURS
Motorola radios from 49c / 6
Mon.I Thurs.
10 color sets in stock, including $1493
radio .TV .- ---___ r'' 1'L1 r '?tt' : PUBIIX \ 8:30: ) 6:30:

combination. Motorola 1 I Friday
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color.9rices begin at ii ;l! '' '': "t' ...... ;; 8:30:: 9:00:

$ I f/Il"Ji/i''iI' \ "1\1\ 1t\\ !u, .. .# Saturday

Model A.21 ... fl. ,\ '. 4I ,
." 8:30 7:00
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insect ? assorted styles assorted strainedgerber's
J' K!"" PIIOI. MI 2-4422 problems use

742 pest guard shelf paper marcal paper napkins baby foods


5tli It It., So. 1*::. 30, 210-ct. 252 6 tut-f. O3*< 200t.: 29' 6 _? 65't

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Live In State Of Suspicion Says David C. tones Qbt! elller t; NtUJ I .



Soviet Farm Hotels Good
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SECTION B N Life StrangeTo Autos ScarceIn

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Local Group Red Cities

lit111'\ in Russia wadescrlb
By SAM ENGLAND 1'1 1 i i','mfl i 111 i d* t t I'I " I turners lived, paitl11 .
''If every American could tra 01 + I III In using Most Russian l
vel through the Soviet Union they 1 v it i miluM\ live apartments: .,
would have a far better apprecla. 9 k A ,MIe I 1<1 ,arm q'| .iitments ire going upi
tlon of what we have her." i, tU' thousands cording to
This Is an Impression of the U! (I'. .llllM's.vsunmmvt.
Communistic country brought #txa are made to
back by David C. Jones, Naples ,ii iitim-iits, i h\ the number in the
realtor who was one of 18 Flor i,mill Kent I* low', determined
Idlans on a recent "peopl*.to. \bthe silarx of the head wage f
!
people" good will tour behind rY earner in the r..mllThe rents I1d St I
il
the Iron curtain. I tie' is about five per cent of
Jones Paul Lees of Ever. the total I wage earned A man 4
glades, Byron Royals, Roy Mil. lining 200 rubles per month I r
ler and Louis Llpman of Immo. would have' :i tent bill of about !'r n tPt:1
kale made up the Collier Coun. 10 rubles.

ty contingent on the tour arrang. .. .... ,. "' .. Consume goods In Russian
ed by Doyle ..... .-.... ". :JIRrIl :
Conners
Commls. cities ire' limitedand the pricesare
loner of Agriculture for the Typical Russian market scene. Another typical market scene in Russia, high, Paiiple In long lines
state. Each member of the tour waiting to make a purchase area
Ing group paid his own expen. common site, Jones said.Con
sea, the tour made between July sunn gouda Irom the westai'* .
..
21 and August 12. --
a h.II'\.I c I,
In addition I to the visit to Rus. Const ii" tlon of apartments Four \OUIIK Indies supervising n duck (nl'''' lived
ala Belgium, the tour Included stops In in tin past and those going up Is lie 10. James oniil/ the Kill had shined and polished
Switzerland, SpainPor. ol .1 i i Incur quaint. Apartments
fugal, Czechoslavakla the plal'III nntUip.Uionof the vISit, and the "welcome" *
Italy iMiili the middle.
and in 1950'5 appealus
France. The trip began with a >'. tlltll'rn,1 are showing sign \\ //11\ unique\ At no other place were
night out of New there welcoming signs,
York for Paris. :it sikns 'It t i rapid doteroilatlon..loins .
t : v estimated the Russians

SEE COLLECTIVE FARMS " all will ill lie employed In the fu, __,h.,.. .__ ..
Visits to the collective farmsIn .. ; lure in the job of maintaining
,.\.i. i iitmtMits shoving this rapid,
the Soviet Union could perhapsbe 'f, !
listed as the main objectiveof li. del or"irutton. He noted one ob
the tour. Landing behind the . ,: h sc' 1' it,"n of the sidewalk next tow
Iron curtain In Moscow for the 6; '" '"' 11 itlnit'tit' Wotked' to pedt'S
first stop, the party was then ,'", ''.." . man ti epl l Ivrauiieofthedaiigei'
flown by jettoPyatlgorsk.afarm. 1' .. of full Ii,,: bricks,
.
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.'"
.
Ing community some 1,000 miles 'j;
south of Moscow. ..,... '. < 1IOTFLS: NEW
The ountryslda resembledvery .. Comparative newly I constructed '
much our state of Kansas, hotels match pretty well with
Jones remarked. Cereal crops, hotels built In the United' States
plus such fruits II apples,crape. In the earl) 1930..
and plums, were the principal II \ as a portly good guess.
crops. Jon s remarked that all hotel. I
The collective farm under the rums, whole' the tourist stay !
control of an elected chairmanand ed wen' "bugged."One Floridian
a committee nine members This group represents the chairman and the com- A total of 120,000 ducks fire on this Russian! duck r">inuiki "i "i i all lor a plumber(
encompassed about 75,000 acres mittee which controlled the collective farm at farm. directed to the chandelier would
of farm land. About 3,000 people Krasnodar near the Black Sea. bring one In a hurry,
lived on the farm, most of themIn Generally hotel accommoda
a central village # lions were aduqiwte and lean,
The Pyatigorsk farm was typl.i the visitors at length. Jones said farm, according to supervisors, Jones staled There were times ,
cal of others visited. Everyone, it was apparent the people had sported 120,000 ducks Irish Playwright Was when the hot and l rold water fau,
r works There was no unemploy. been Indoctrinated against the Hog farming appeared to be O'Casey I eels were reversed, and Inron
ment, Jones said lie pointed outs United States. He said they seem. ahead of other types. "The hogs venlent times when the hot water
the ways the Russian accomplish. ed to be sincere In wanting peace, looked pretty good," said Jones. was not available. This is "Nellie" the Floridian title theisitors
ed the no unemployment status and that the two nations should "No they weren't all red," he Learned To ReadTORQUAY Caviar was a part of most
4 14 When He gave the Rusainn Kill who wna assigned! i to the
"There were no fences," he learn to live together. answered I question about color. meals, and a tough steak was I
said. People were employed to i "They appeared to fear that the Every one worked on the farms, served frequently. Deer, rham group as a guide and/ inttipit'ter, The visitors are
herd livestock, working In shins United States alms to destroy Including elderly women, swing Enhn.AP: \ ) Izens of Dublin tenements assumed pagne, and other beverage flow, shown An Individual might be assignedthe them," Jones explained. ing pick and shovels, building Sean O'Casey, the stormy Irish the proportions of figures i ed freely at meal times, and
task of watching a half doz. f'Th hosts displayed real In. highways and making other con. playwright who died Friday In a classical Crook tragedy It cacti sip called. for I toast to
en ducks but he terest In shots and of heart attack at the cored something or other ton heard nothing abut It until
was employed. family snap tructlon Improvements.Farms night a a big hit In Dublin, Lon. Coker
District
mementoes of 84 distilled of Ire. A few "ttopl on the streets of they came from Imlilnd the Iron
picture we were car. in central Europe,and age some don and In the United Stain and ( ,
STATE GETS CROPSA rylng In our wallets", Jones said the peninsula of Spain and Portu. land's loftiest drama from the earned O'Casey the Hawthorn Moscow and other cities In Rut. curtain. That Informal was not
Urge percentage of the crops They believe we were fabricating gal, outside the iron curtain tookon depth of suffering and squalor. den prize .la were willing to talk with the given the Russian people Governor Talks
harvested are claimed by the wild stories In reporting one a much more modern look,the One of the great rebel of his But many of O'Cl/JeY't. rtnin."Irymen. Americans, but always In I 010. '4 ,
shaWkw 'arlolll.teaaoo'. dilh 4.Tn eTlxiJrof the, touring group coft.! CburlskAfreed ace; &Cuy was embroiled !If .. famed to. apprestate'tilp> relive mlaner.'Th"y",1d", s.k.' NO PICTURE TAKING* '!*
lag a lax assessment The farm; trolled 10,000 acres of farm land controversy most of his I1fe.The characters In "Juno"Dome felt the visitors tq.step away froma The rioridianiourtstrttyrilidrpermitted 'At 'lions Club
J era are permitted to sell the In his operation. turbulent writer had remained they were being ridiculed. When building, or sway from where to lake pictures of any
mall percentage left and from Recreation In self-imposed exile from his the play was made Into a film, others could heart: transportation facilities The W.J!. (Dill) Coker, governor
funds derived In this manner the HOUSES SMALL native sod for nearly 40 year demonstrators publicly burned people themselves Interfered of Lions District 35 I I. was
collective farm Is supposed lobe The farmers lived for the most after the furor roused by such two reels of It In Limerick PEOPLE SUSPICIOUS with picture taking In certain guest speaker at the weekly
self supporting. Supplies of food, part In small homes. Jones estl. CalendarMONDAY play a* "Juno and The pay. More trouble attended his This trail of carefully reaer market spots luncheon meeting of th* Lions
clothing, homes, recreation fact mated each represented about cock" next play, "The Plough and The veil,' talk with Americans stem The tourists were |H>rnVttdto Club it the Piccadilly Pub I iW
titles, machinery, fertilizers, coo square feet of living space.A Earlier this year O'Casey, was Stars" which told of Ireland's from tactics practiced by the view the University of Moscow, Tuesday Following: (the lunch.
schools, teachers, and similar few were modern In away,wllh 4:00 p.m. Tennis claw, seized with a bronchial com Easter 1918 rebellion against Communist Party. Of the 225, but did not get Cp{> visit It. All eon, Coker met with the bout
necessities are paid for out of electricity, running water and Beginner age 10 and over plaint Treated at a nursing British rule. When the play 000,000 people In the Soviet UnIon higher education In Russia Is of directors of the local club;'
sale funds.In plumbing. But these were the ex. Gambler Park. home for a while, he brushed opened In lUG a crowd rushod perhaps less than 20,000. stare supported. All students ut. to discuss project plans and (fu..
addition each family Is allot ceptlon. Most residents carried 5iOO p.m. Golf Class, beginner aside medical advice and insist the stag and police had to stop 000 are party member. To gain tend the first eight grades, but lure membership drives.
ted a small plot of ground for water and used outside plumb. adult -Big Cypress Golf ed on returning to his home In the show membership an apprenticeship Is above that more .chiseltraining
r personal use. "It Is estimated Course. this sedate, seaside resort on Incisive dialogue and biting required, the applicant finding Is based, on Inttlllitence tents Sharing the spotlight with
these small plots, farmed on an Ing.Cattle raising In Russia was TUESDAY the southwestern English Coast humor was OCssey's irtjle. lie necessary to prove Ms loyalty. which reveal sptitudu In rer Coker at 'the affair were senior
Incentive basis, accounts for viewed by the tourists. There Is 9:30 a.m. Tennis Class, When the heart attack came disliked drawing roomJypo Jones surmised that Russians lain fields Students" In the lower Naples Girl Scouts Deity Dec
murh of the monetary returns to only one type raised, known as ladles Gambler Park.WEDNESDAY Friday night he was rushed drama. When success came he suspected each other of servingIn grades are taught English.A ker and Pamela Coe. They
the village," Jones said. "Reds IeI'" breed. Jones said back to the nursing home and declined to discard the rough this apt/ rent Iceshlp and anything language problem Is an Im were accompanied and Intro
Another collective farm near Americans are familiar with died there. accents of his laboring youth leaning toward the west |K>rtant factor In the Soviet Un duced by Mrs Alice Timber
Krasnodar was on the touringlist. many breeds, such as Hereford, O'Casey was born In a Dublin and refu ted to wear evening quickly repented/ would "gain Ion. The union Is made up of lake.
This farm was located near Angus, and numerous others. But 4:00 p.m. Tennis Class, slum. The reference books said dress for his first night appear. points for the applicant/ 15 Republics SlidKThar| many, A program of slides, "Girls
the Black Sea. Jones said he felt In Russia there Is nothing but Intermediate Gambler Park. he acquired his education "on ances In Moscow a city! of perhaps as 100 different languages ordie.isms Made tlw Ulf ference,"was pre-
that the tourists were permittedto "Redstep." the streets of Dublin" In 1927O'CaseymarriwlIrlsh 6,000,000 resident only one out Ire spoken seined by the scouts with Mill
see only farms chosen by the This breed Is used for both THURSDAY Ha learned to read at the age actress Eileen Katherine Carey. of 25 automobiles was privately Decker
Russian Government, and he sur beef and dairy products, and Is 4:00 p.m. Tennis Class, of 14. For 30 year after that he They had two sons and a daugh. owned. Jones estimated. there song" THAN .HALF ofHOBIOft the narrating the historyof
mlsed they represented some of far from reaching economlcstan. advanced > Cambler Park. drifted from job to Job as a ter. were more automobiles' In the "$ TOtRlSTS WIIL Girl Scout movement
the better communities. dards of this country Jones said. 5:00 p.m. Golf Class, beginner laborer, soaking up the classics: tort Myers area than there were RETURN FOR ANOTMCf VISIT I from the time the first troop f
Chicken farms were visited, adult and eventually writing plays for In the whole of Moscow was formed In March 1912 to
SEE FEW YANKS and Jones std some progress Big Cypress himself Communication with the westIs the presenllrne.
"The people In these areas," far from reaching economic .tan. Golf Course. His first success came In 1925 prohibited Radios and tultv. The board of directors of the
said Jones, 'had seen few Amer.cans dards of this county, Jones said.Chicken 7:30 p.m.. Business Metis with "The Shadow of a Gunman"at .;.4/w.1' ,11t1i....,,, siren ants have only one knob,and local I Lions will hold a lunch-
." In the beginning they were farms were visited, Tennis Cambler Pork Dublin's famed Abbey Thea.ter. THE COLLIE COUNTY NEWS that Is tuned to the state broadcasts eon meeting at 12 (noon) Tuesday -
very reserved, most cautious.But and Jones said some progresshad Quickly he followed this when ..'...101) a purch.i. fremNt a and nothing else Is permit, 'uFM September 23 at the Piccadilly *
after a day they began to warm up been made In this area, FRIDAY with what became his most wi .4ertier. H. j it mtirttUdin ted Pub
and became quite friendly. better equipment used but far 9:30 a.m. Tennis Class, famous play, "Juno and The known; ) bout your rttponu. Jones said, during their ata} in
They were curious of how from U.S. standards Duck farm. ladles Intermediate Gambler Paycock/ Russia the Untied Stales. hit the Reds
Americans lived, and questioned Ing was also popular. One duck Park. In "Juno," the ragged den. moon with. rocket, but the visa .;"" The NEWS

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pln, Fit?. Sunday, Stpfembv 20. 1964 81 i? ua uibii ,uutea i"i u (,\III
t Coast Council. HOW TO OAT MORE FUN OUT OF-l
l Betty Decker, Senior Scout,
Is being sponsored for Swamp
I Buggy Queen and Naples Shrine I HOME MOVIESby
Queen by the Palm Pharmacy, ,

Girl Scout JVofes Good Scouts lurk Betty, from all Naples Skip Miller -

,fit -* I Adult volunteers will be need. cA "
1 iB ed for troops at Shadowlawn,Sea AY LET YOUR CAMERA'S EYE WORK FOR YOU
,i
BY MRS. E.W. TIMBERLAKE w3r
gate School and for present
Phone 2-3630 troops whose leaders have moved There in the living room eat Grandpa, rocking balk and forth

J'\ away. No previous experiencewith ai four).ear.old Steve burst into the room.
, I Scouting necessarvasout' '1 'Hi ;" said Steve with his usual bunt of enthusiasm

,::1 ATTENTION LEADERS'OLD at the Gulf Coast Council office trainer, Mrs. Robert Gregg will } T ,;, c i Grandpa, Cramp raking, glanced over the top of his 'pe-tn-t
,
set training classes fur new A ,
up i,4 il stop
i AND NEW 11 Remember Lead. Plans for the week.end Includea then astute oWnation'My. .
leaders Naples has some 300 In des
!I ers' meeting at 7:30 o'clock Mon. hunt,castaways chal. "
scavenger
the Girl Scout program at present what a big boou're getting to l>e. Stevie
I day night Sept. 21 at the Scout lenge, Scouts' Own, campfire
House in Gambler Park. Troops skits and songs, skills such as and 13 troops This figure Half.hidden behind the drape during this episode was Mom

will be organized, registration knot.tying, building tires, games wll'could be volunteer doubled If for enough this w adults(>rth '"4k ,Inking-; soy' with her aim.and-shoot movie camera
dates set up for new members, etc.
I schedules of meeting dates sr Karen Heltzen, Naples Senior, while program which Is dedicatedto >, The picture Mom got lint dry
; j; ranged and all program dls. is In charge of planning a Chris. Inspiring girls with the high. Kill doubt I.... nrur win a Hi,lit
est ideals of conduct win
patriotism will
I wood Otcar They some
cussed It Is Imperative that all tmas workshop which will be
I character and service so that thing, more prireleM. hoarier. fur
adults working with Scout troopsbe discussed at the Senior ,
\ Aquatic IS nFt
they may become happy and re. r. This wonderful limit : logrthentevThis
present, and the Servtce TeamI School to be held In the
Naples
I sourceful citizens Naples Girl I it I lie tiuf of "lmli hap" |>,
hopeful that new volunteers week.end of Sept 18 and 23.About Scouts need YOU. (aimliet, ire mif\ .
i I will be in attendance so that no fifty girls from Sarasota, Brad. Tlirrrf tnollnr, till point Thal
I : girls will be disappointed in join. enton, Venice, Port Charlotteand r' ,. niurt not I>r omloulril: ::: tin
log Naples Girl Scouts Naples will be the guestsof rpimtlt Grandpa looked tier ikt
: The Senior Planning Board Naples Senior troop 241 over Shoes lop of hit tpecliclet.
which met last week-end is plan. these two week-ends. Canoeing Comfy Big OIL TOWN ON SEA This la i a night view of Ntftyny K.mnl-a town of Why did i Grandpa: du llml For I:
nine a "Little Roundup" for all and water safety classes will be Caspian oil worker built on plus In the open .*.. The town will mark hi fifteenth annivtrury the nine rriMii (nil, the au. oil t
Seniors to be held Oct. t, 10 and held under supervision and in. Campaign Help this November Homes shops and institutions are ill constructed on special sites, owl lilt huge, wide-open or .1
night but squinty tlu.)ra in the
11 at Highland State Park Se. structlon
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd daytime The living rye, no mallirwhethir
bring Margaret Kane, Braden. Hill and Mrs Barbara Wolfe Bird Grandpa t or the owl) *.
ton Senior, will be In charge with Seniors completing the courseswill Says Lady welfare, a former Cleveland must adjust for bniililneM, da) or
her troop acting as hostess troop. receive their water.safety mayor Miss Frances McCov- night Thit'i why Cramloa tomrlinirt .
Girls are asked to bring a nose aide bars and canoeing badge COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) ern, Akron attorney seeking the <7racZj OM, 'W.U.f.NATURE perk over lilt .bifocal.: . .", 'J' n l't 1'.,...- TH'O
Mrs B. Johnson provedshe
bag supper for Friday and Special ( Lyndon 14th District congressional seat, 1\/ .,
night, insignia In the format solid s s I'lru oat? HI' I Ial'I''
has two requirementsneeded .
$Z.GO for expenses for the other patches and Senior and wives of several city officials.
Planning .
In pnl tics a sturdy Lrl i apply thixbamf. oba'r'a
Miss McGovern sponsoredthe
: days Each Scout Is to bring her Board pins wilt be discussed over \
hand and a pair of comfortable GALBy lions lo nnnie nuking and art what .
: own personal and carving equip. the weekend Aquatic School also luncheon. tinfur HI running for tin priidnnillii I ,
happen In the fir.1 l plate -
ment, including an ice chest full and plans for the "Little Round.up" shoes. Mrs. Johnson spoke of Miss I her away the subject I I. from, ,tin vtidi"aniili' I lint,, Mllinu. .'"> ill
alice there They kept her going Thursday McGovern as a graduate of the !Q (In' job fur ",,..r,' .'If1I1I'1I
as
( are no refrlgera. will be finalized.Seniors are rinirri, the e' the area 0f
two hour long
tlon facilities at the Park. Reg. asked to bring publicity on their as she greeted a and Ohio Legislature "and now you Acne LaBastille Bowes Burp I focus The dose I the:I tubji. .< t t
line of In Akron
Istratlons must be In by Oct. 1 troop projects for the Senior pap. women would like to do your postgrad (he smaller the area of harp fixu |11. vi'. II"'fIr..ro'( 11I".1 aidosn 11'',
today's session here with the sate work in Washington I 'In extreme clotr! up*. say Iwo lo four or ti'h pholo li'IIM.., or the iuivali| 'act
Democratic women from know that my husband will! be Into the feet, the lone of vlnirp lions In., in a loom' hill. on our 'a"'ra,
Fall U often
fire time In the danger area pumps,
throughout Ohio could hardly happy to welcome you to his comet to narrow the if a 'man i Its (for rectal' .il"alilln, In ,
promise relief. alma mater (Congress)." North Woods just as spring U hoses food, axes, picks, note I. in forut tut car art out ol mull. riMlaniiuhir Iii log room.. for
There's Nothing Like. In Naples . More than 3,500 women shook the danger period In Florida shovels and camping supplies. form .And wire! \urns in.liimi.. with a xifu piwilionidItinirt \
hands with Lady Bird Thursday Dry leaves and grasses duff Often they have to use weasels Why I it thin ItrciUM any nl of a tin long iliim. n>ioii of tl
at a tea luncheon In Akron and RURAL CLOCK WATCHING and peat branches and stumpsare tractors swamp buggies airboats optics, whrl,In'r they lulling lo I room a normal. n,nn in''ttpoml "oul,I
camera or a liuinin loi.'g fmui not pirmit, u. In ot.?pll all of
while the other female dlgnl.tarles DANVILLF.: Ky. (AP) potential tinder boxes, motorboats mules and on one tpol al a tune The chunkthe :tin I :pirwiiif: : main! on I Ihr MiU. A
iage3'ee kicked off their shoes as Workers en the Lynnwood Farm waiting for the careless camp- horses. Smoke-jumpers the ditUnce, the more difficult il idl''unpIr I I I'na vniiihlhalttnort' ',
I t they stood In the receiving line, of Danville banker M.C. Minor er's match or the senseless elite of fire-fighters are em- is to focus thirply. If you doubt. I lif we did :not;:: tilt (Ihr I lint: either,

Mrs. Johnson kept hers on and have no excuse for not being on smoker butt. More than 90 ployed In heavily-wooded coun- (hit, try to get your right ind l.fl upward or ilownwaiil, wo. would g,t
personally greeted each guest of isolation rye to focus timullinrou.ly) on I a anonulily, muplihli, phluri of
cent of our outdoor fires try or regions extreme
"1 wore comfortable shoes," time.A per pencil point at it I it slowly Lrnujit lln i"nun. iiroup, 'I I'ill inn tin I linn
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN RETTER" she explained.In hug clock with tour facet are caused through human negligence These men are as toughas toward the lip of your now,. ;\lati,n '",",,'r., loo, of ,'our1 would
r, stocking feet were Mrs. was placed atop a barn tower at cougars and brave ts bulls. you crom-eyed dor>n't ill muiinify lln abnormal. iffiil atiiiilnri <
A New Community of Cooperative Frank J. Lausche and Mrs. the farm more than 50 years ago. During fire hazard conditions Half-a-dozen! skilled smoke- AI'l.lyinlllhl' ranr I'fl lo a ", ..wi<' iinwuiiliJ dii-loiiion uf Hiiibji ,
Stephen M. Young wives of The clock which can be seen a whole complex of man- Jumpers can be as useful as camera len I '. w,' dmimr that lln it. or |1'r"'II', I.i inn, (iliolgiaihi .
Garden Apartments for Adults Ohio's senators; Mrs. AnthonyJ. and heard a considerable di.. power Is alerted in New York 60 untrained volunteers, and Mini ahlua1 bun i. l>u.uiilly Inn. ',I II ,.
'I Ibr I ollnr 'tin'mi' Ihlrphnlowould '
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Only-Prices Start at $7,200 Celebretze, wife of the secre. lance, ia electrically operated State 160 fire towers are built can be flown In small fast IIIIM' awl, a hum,raw held, ,1 l ltimon
tary of health, education and ind lighter tt night where tower men stand by. planes.A Now drat we know llms |Ilt'e I apply Hint we would IN. ahh. to

Equipped with binoculars,topographic good forest ranger also tin knowlidite to our l.il'lUfl"I.kinll. iio Inh, only oar or tan ixr.mol
knows how broken If v>i. want, a non.. ? ..' ,ilrclulionolup lln group wui.d, on lln/ MfaIlliu .
maps, compasses, radios to repair .. ...., and, .
.
I be'I on' n. ryo "" ly, llnnon" I it Inn "W"I
and direction finders, they equipment on the scene of a . ,
'ear of a |,,'rwn m IN nii |'hnloirupli| < INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED. FLY NAPLES scan horizons for suspicious fire and to plot the best stra- we know thai ..i. ,mud ua IIHIIH bu .,,'ally a normal. with uitJi anal I *
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM smokes If a smoke is pickedup tegy against the flames. There focal/ until, I.'n.. Dial* .lnn,' Mil. l.li.ln.lo| , I. n. nil! roll.il nil.. '''nI ,
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. MIAMI where no camping permithas are many) types of forest fires M.mi..It'h'photo, Mllinu., <.( a ",".11I I Ila"( why a,' mii-l bunt .Ina u.
,,
,, aliull, It '
|1"11' buon .1'"iiully a/all h'n" "ih
ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. been Issued and no regular and each must be handled a piriMll. II- In riuiiil far n"iiiliIHgy | ITo
camp-site stands the observer special way Bill Marleau, bun I Ili, OPEN DAILY 10 A M TO NOON t New Year Round Daily Schedule radios the nearest Forest Ran- Forest Ranger of Big Moose illolorlion Him inah'iiiK' II" I In gut till lln I Inch.I,. o 05 ..r llnin .
He In Is a veteran fire-fighter and a pli'aointf M',mi.' inmiii'. )>,lirut ulHinl, ..".,.r. opt| it- .,
ger. turn suns out : .i.f
1TO4PM : ,
::
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: huh/
Naples To Miami If, oil (the .llnr I KI' anllo not iny.l.'rn. al all \ tour
I by foot boat or jeep to investigate expert woodsman. He tells ofa tin of am .moil M IIM. tooth-. .to un.h't.lmi.I Illn
7:45: A.M. 11,30AM. 345PM.: The Ranger can call couple of bad blazes. One 'ar rmpliaMu.to,t Hie,caa'neohjrcl.impoilaiin, I n'mi'mix'r .in, sell I aimilnr du-h of lommoiiIIM
,
t on his assistant fire wardens was back In the Moose Creek the hole in Allah, MitummV .h /1ft 1tdIttld4 dated Miami To Naples local pilots or volunteer fire- country, about 12 miles from mile, pholoiiriplitil al tin. linn' In. uhoul lln'm.

909AM: 2,15PM. 500PM. fighters for help. the nearest habitation. Severalmen

Realton Forest Rangers are mighty battled that fire for days :: ".'%,''> : '' :.':' ,,,,,, ,,,,:,,,, " '" :
.... Connection tad point 'I. the Important In fire emergencies.. back-packing everything In. It ,1"R"t e.a' w!I. t'fiR" a'"n"t: ;:}, 0" S ,'>$' \

r SALES REPRESENTATIVES p stRL WwW--1 They must utilize their know- was a high fast fire. Trunksof :: : . ..,.":., ..... ', ", '.. f. i. / "" : JLET'S
303 5th A;.., South MI 2.2124 ledge of the woods and terrainto evergreens would catch the
Naples Airport Concourse a Miami Airport I choose the fastest easiest flames would lick up the bran-

OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER MI M4S4 NE .5811 I Ij route to the blaze They arrangefor ches and within minutes the entire -

j I City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Coram equipment to be transported tree would be burned bare.

i --- At night the exhausted men lay
l In their sleeping bags down In

a meadow and watched the fire GROw Together ft*
race the above
along ridges

I i SEE THE NEW 65 AUTOMOBILES them.Another bad one occurred at S <; .

Little Rapids last year. This by

fire went underground, poppingout 1

H many yards from the last WENDELL F. PETERSON, New Owner
burned area Only a few acres
were Involved, but the rich
K muck resisted all attempts to NAPLES GARDEN SPOT

;[ = drown It. Finally a strong
G killerlIt
pump was brought In by boat What's new on the market? Nut grass
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CHOICE and water shot Into the ground only takes a few drops on the offending nut

; under high pressure. Men returning grass plant, and it translocates through the entire
from that fire were
plant, killing it completely It's very simple
blacker than ravens.In .
CAN EASILY BE YOURS TODAY! the Florida Everglades, to use, and onl a few drops are required on

fire-fighters must be extremely each plant
cautious about changing

winds. Often flames will tra- EZw

vel faster than a man can run

on that rocky, pot-holed ter-
,r 1I' \ rain. A sudden shift and men

/ 7 e can be trapped by a wall of D13EHlMICAI
fire. The best defense, I was
"II '- "*. :-"' ';;A \.: ;" : told by a Ranger, Is to finda
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'\ ...w'f- ... ': ; such thing Is around,then cover Here's something else that's new E-Z
..t';''" .' .\\10" the head with and find
;. clothing
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t 'p 0.\.. . ; CHEMICAL EDGING TAPE Cut out lawn and
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'" the thinnest spot In the firewall
.. ."", :i. 1.\f fence trimming and edging. Let this chemical
Make dash
a quick throughthe
\\C\i .. .- flames and chances are a edging tape do It for you. It's ideal for use

. ... -Jo'st- --- -_. person can emerge unburned on around flower beds and lawns, adjacent to
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...... has already passed. fences sidewalks and
along curbing
Up In the North Woods, there picket ,

COME IN AND LET US DISCUSSHOW Is an old saying, "no such thingas cracks In walks and patios, any such areas where
a little fire." Usually, machine edging Is impractical. E-Z Edge con-

homes or hotels are a total tains two chemicals, Simazine and Atrazine to

EASY IT IS TO FINANCE YOUR NEW CAR. a loss lack after of roads a burn.and fire There equipment U- prevent weed growth and sterilize the soil -

so little can be done to effective for up to three years.

When you buy a car you naturally shop the market carefullyto quell a blaze. Needless to say Fertilizer Is an iten\ which
make sure of getting the best value for your money Be equally everyone carries a lot of fire you gardeners
hotels will be purchasing regularly. We are especially
Insurance. Probably more
critical about the FINANCING of that car Get ALL the facts and figures.
have burned to the ground proud of our 6-6-6 Fertilizer, 30% organic, with
Then make your own comparisons) You'll see clearly that you can save than have been built
addition of iron and manganese , specially
considerable money In the end, by financing your car with a low blended by Wilson and Toomer for the Garden
auto loan from us. fighting fires. Where men
are unavailable, ladles are employed Spot and the Naples area. It's far less expensivethan

as tower observers. most comparable quality fertilizers '

LOOK INTO THE FINANCING AS CAREFULLY AS YOU LOOK During fires, they often go In $3.75 per hundred pounds in easy to handle

:f' with the men and work as cooks. 50 pound bags. And don't forget, we'll lend youa
INTO TilE CAR Coffee and chow can be tremendous spreader free.
moral boosters and
energy builders during timesof Another item to remember Is our newly arrived -

FULL SERVICE BANKING emergency. In a tight supply of flower and vegetable seeds, and

?, squeeze, the women could always we now have onion sets on hand!
1
Sating Checking Personal Loan pick up pumps and pitch

.Xulo" loan Horn Loan Safe Di-p.ii.ili right In. Wemlghtlearnsome I his is the spot to watch tor news and Information -

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from Ad..rtiltrt fire.appreciate It .*. ... yo ." Naples Garden Spot

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STUDENT COUNCIL at Senior: High caught In regular session discussing CITATION was presented to the Key pact of a long dine seen at Naples Senior: High this put wee.
school problems and plans. Standing in rear is Jim Willis, Club by the Cancer Society for outstanding work
Student Council president. in the crusade last spring. Key Club members
from left are: Buzz Ritchie, sergeant at arms;
Richard Woodruff, president; and Billy Bryan,
vice president. Club members driving cars col-
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(AP) UA Castro's latest effort to open a ,
official hope tight Immigration route In this hemisphere.The _ : 1 '
control will persuade Cuba to, thinking In the Bahamas _ I_ __ cr g
abandon Itt planned comm.r.' appears to be the same, The ,
clal night to Nassau government at Nassau said I I.a
r. Cuban Airline,owned by the Friday that because: of strict _
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notice It Intends to start weekly doubts that Cubana "will find S
M r aA trip to the British West Indian the venture of great practical 'a kJr'
capital Monday. benefit" '
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American effort to prevent Washington has been waging I h,
? this new Cuban breakout from a long dlplom tlc.economlc '
Isolation suffered a setback campaign to seal off the Com. I I U G Fir
Friday when the British In. munlst country, Its aim Is to .'. g v
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formed the State Departmentthat wear down the Cuban economyand _
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Cuba has a right to fly to stifle Castro's attempts to : ,
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Naau under a 1948 British. export subversion. _
ye b Cuban air agreement So far the UA efforts have _
But this Is not the end of the met with mixed success. Brit.
.- -- story so far as Washington offU aln, France and a number of krisw at 'd
SENIOR: HIGH athletes are expected to win behind the cheers of this dais are concerned. other U.S. allies have continuedto f.,3
group in a special pose From left they are: Julie Chickering, Cherie n seem that the Bahamagovernment trade with the Castro regime CHEER LEADERS, nine strong, keep things pepped-up at the Naples
Blanchette, Peggy' Hood, Barbara Tatu and Susan Wood. has stringent Imml. Junior High School. From left kneeling they: are Val Vc-enschoten i
(ration and transit regulations Cocapt,, Pam Schweikert Doo Breedon Scribe Judy Ballardand
adopted after Cuba tried to EARNED THEIR SHARE ; Capt. ;
Grimm From left Jackie Woi'kinger, Sandy Tayor,
move air traffic through the PADUCAII Ky. (AP) hoay Mary standing:
Continental elegance prevails In Cayman Islands last year it doetn'l pay to b, a win Mrs. Mimi Watson faculty advisor, Marianne Barnett and Patsy
U applied to persons arriving ner' Chambers
Corvair Line from Havana, the Bahamian Seven hiah athool hmlcelbull .
Completely Restyled regulations apparently would team in a regional tournamentthis
bar admission to all or ''nearlyall year each got 11,792.12 an
the passengers ferried over their share of the gale
Y,4 by 9, S by Cuban airliners Mnyfield, the winner, got COMPLETE BOATING
And this, in the opinion of UJS. 11,792.13.l FREE
s authorities, would make unpro. OrruiaU, said. the netpmc,fade OUTFIT
fltable Prime Minister Fidel imply wouldn't come jut evn

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are related but their appearance' is decidedly smooth continental flowing lines of the 1965 Monza
changed.Since It8lntrodUdioaID 1959 the Con-air Sport Sedan.The new sedan Is I Inches!longer and NOWREGISTER
Roe.hsubetantiafy as retained famfly likeness that has not been ever 2 I Inches wider; offers more roominess and
changed until the advent of the 19Uodds. many mechanical Innovations. Public announcement 24
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\ THE VI INTER-AMERIC AN St ml Conference' wa- A Sniieeof Vwir Doctor d MHicm. r Rexall Drugs 6 2
Vow .Loral Utdlcal Society and the Ron &Jams TV 5 3
held recently in Jamaita. To honui the event that Florida Medial AMOciaUon. 5 3

t island issued a set of three new stamps The delegates SKIN OF THE HANDS: 1JT Bank Ingram of Chevrolet Naples 5 '

to the conference came from all the countriesof FREQUENT TROUBLE t Conditioned Air 5 3First

North, Central and South America at. well a* the SPOT National Bank 4 4
I Skill di! orderi of the hand '
Caribbean. Scouting his nourished comprise one of the largest Anchor Lounge 4 4
In Jamaica since 1910. JAMAICA groups of skin, trouble seen h> 1 Chessers WISh 0 Mat 3 5
The I pence red, gray and physicians, Eruption alone I Beckys 1"
black depicts the Boy Scout 3. 34 the comprise dermatologist1 at least ten practice per cent III Party Pantry 1 1

emblem in special' setting.. The
The hand get into everythingand
8 pence blue and olive green are seen by everyone. A qVL WOMEN'S CHURCH BB
shows a world globe used as ahead
person general state of health Methodists 6 0
I topped by a Boy Scout hat lilt octupatmn and hit person 5 1
: \ and with a neckerchief at the k aI ality an reflected in hit hand, DUblos
bottom. The 1 shilling blue and I ruptiont of the hands may Christian pinheads 3 3 4 P R E SI IDE N T-Dr, Donovan
gold is triangular in shape and I cause prolonged suffering, in- Gutter Dusters 2
r. Ward of Dubuque, Iowa,Ii the
social problem 1 5
features the Scout emblem atopan capacitation Question Marks ,
and economic cruet. 1 5 new president of the 116 year
alligator symbol Mixed Christians
. . . 19 64 The skin of the hands differs I3 ._ . ., old American Medical Association.
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somewhat from the skin of other -- Ho replaces Dr, Norman
Greece reports that it will SI INTER-AMERICAN There FIRST FLORIDACLASSIC BB
parts of the body. l* an
issue a new series of stamps SCOUT CONFERENCEcommemorating overall sparseness of tissue, et- REJECTED B Y THE L A WA tearful I Btatle fan pltads unsuccessfully Food Bank 8 0 A. Welch who died In Wyoming.

: i3IYwhi! the back of the with I policeman to carry hr fan button to Rlngo Starr. Th. quartet drew shrleki and i/2/ 1 1N7
the wedding of h accounts f for unfavorable squeals from mora than 10,000 sptctators In shows at the Indiana Stab Fair In IndlanapollaR / 5 3 MENS CHURCH
MOVING TO FLORIDA? reactions to extremes
I King Constantine of Greece to in temperature The blood vessels i/l/ 4 4 Trinity #/2 8 4
Be Sur. to Contact Princess Anne-Marie of Den- and sweat apparatus of the Conditioned Air 3 5 Christian 7 5
mark The stamps will be issued hands are under the control of EGLER'SORNER CulligaN 3 5
TERMINALVAN on Sept 18, the day of the the nervous I"uem. This results KreUlng & Sons 2 4 Bon. Baptist #1 6 6 r
wedding. There will be three occasionally in involuntary peripiring I 0 8 Bon, Baptist #/2 5 1
LINES i clammmeii or blanching i/5/ 5 7
adhesive in the set bearing : First Baptist Naples
of the handi' An organ of 5 1
portraits of the royal couple. ill
Trinity
325 1th St So. St. Petersburg highly developed touch sensitivity By MARION SORENSEN MERCHANTS BB
The value will be 1.50 drachmae I 1
Phone 8(2-1121 aided by 50 muscles capable e tie) . Palace 5 1
2.50 dr and 4.50 dr of a wide range of e Burger WOMENS CHURCH PL
Sample H.IM .. and from NaslMMM movements the hand comet Moorings Texaco 4 ( 2 Lutheran 11 1
Iks. toot ,.... into contact with substances to Lange Bros 4 2 Bowlers 8 4
DEMANDS WHOLE TRUTH I -.r./- J Holy
Chicago toNaple which no other skin sections Yabl Bros 3 3
224.00 40600 LOUISVILLE,Ky. (AP) Mrs are expoted. Give those brand new bowlers open In some of the leaguesIf -- the Morning was MaryJoGlbbs Firebirds 3 3 First Baptist 6 5 6 7

New York to Harry Muldovan'a youngster Skin disorder of the hands a chance Don't get upset you want to bowl make an 505-179 and the 5-7 split Nonl Abbotts Sea Wills 2 4 Trinity 5 7
Naples 2JSOO 400.00 proudly I told a neighbor "I'm or dermatosei, at they are called Christian Daffys
Baltimore 4 years old today How old arc by physicians come under when they appear on the lane Inquiry at either one of the Turner showed a 488-188,Patsy Roses Texaco 2 4 Salmless Sinners 1 11
Naples to 218.00 394.00 you?" three classifications' : eruptions the same time you do--they lanes to see If there Is a spot Robertson 484-172 and the 5- 'R & E Recreation 2 1

I She smiled and replied: "I'm of internal origin, those of ex don't know all the bowling etiquette you may desire. 7, Eloulse Williams 480-170. 'Sunshlne Suprex 2 1 ROCK 'N BOWLERS PL
: Lower Rare and '." ternal known origin cause, ,and These. those troubles of un rules and regulations. How about letting up on the Belvta Allen-115 av -438 and Supreme Signs 1 5 Don's Llggetts Rexall 9 3

Direct Service "I know," the boy said. "But can stem from a great varietyof They are willing to learn and criticism of officers, representatives Flo Coe-110 av-436. Tillie 'Incomplete Caribbean Realty 9 3
hOW'lnlny.5'I'" sources a little patience on everyone'span or anyone connectedwith Davis registered a 184 single, JlmmleGlbbs 8 4
A physician ii the person beat will go a long way to cement the Job of seeing the leagues Mae Davis 182, Mary Kline SUGAR 'N SPICE BB Modern Masonry 6 6

I qualified to treat ikin disorders relationships among all. function properly, until 173, Marg Mlltner-Vlrgle Hut- Gingers 1 1 Wonder Gardens 6 6
and advise on proper care of the There are still a few spots you find out just where the to 164, Jo Loach 161, Ruth Sage 6 2 Carousel Drive In 6 6

4 Bedroom 2 Bath hand fault lies? Constructive cri- Morris 155. Conversion ex- Nutmegs 6 2 Fuller Industries 5 7

ticism Is always more wel- pens were Doris Gregory 4- Cloves 4 4 No Name 5 7

Excellent condition, lieu Lake I'ark School. Two bed. .... ; ; come than destructive. Help 7-10, Frances Walker 6-7Jo All Spice 4 4 Imperial Pharmacy 4 8
: your league and association Powell and Wanda Jones 5.10, Sesame 3 5 2 10
Real Est.
room and bath on one wing, other wing has two bedrooms .i First Fla.
... along by offering your assistance Lll:Ian Mawby 51.MERCHANTSLeon. Paprika 2 6
and connecting bsth. Full else dining room, where It may be needed.Do Snyder Dlxl Crystals 1 7 BOWLERETTES

kitchen to the center for good traffic flow Carport not shirk responsibility and scored the highest with a 548- Rosemary 2 2 Nap. Floor Covering 10 2

and plenty of closets and II0ra,.. All city utilities. then find fault with those who 207. Moon Mulllns reached a 'Cinnamon 1 3 Mr. Sod Landscaping 7 5

LOW DOWN PAYMENT. accept It. 529-183. Dude Spicer came 'Incomplete Jima Sunoco 61/2 51/2
_. up with a lone 191 and Paul Faber Hair 6 In 111/2
Listed $16,500.00WESLEY BROOKSIDE BOWL Gray 189.FIRST. CONTRACTORS PL Pampered Poodles 6 6
CONSTRUCTIONEERSHeading -- FLORIDA CLASSIC-- Alander & Sons 3 1 Whitaker & Nicholas 5 1 t
G. the list was Harry Out front was Tex Kaverman Fuller Industries 3 1 Party Pantry 2 6
Sauchelll with a 579199. John with a 586-230. Joe Salmon Daley Dlst. 3 1 Bobs Esso 1 7
Stull came up with a 666-193, and Ev Baldwin came up with Moorings Texaco 3 1 'Incomplete
A new look of size and motion Is combined In the 1965 Jim Croak 551200. Ron Hody 674's with Joe's high a 193 Metalcraft 3 1
'DOWNINGneRealtor Fairlane, restyled from bumper to bumper for the first blasted 227 loner,Jerry Wlne- and Ev's a big 212. Em Em- AI Hajek 21/2 11/'J i BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL

time since Its Introduction three yean ago. Although new brenner 200, Tom Eggleston me rick tossed a 562-209. Paul Pine Ridge Auto 11/221/5 i White Herons 7 1
styling makes the middleweight Fairlane look bigger, It 203, Francis Lord and Nell Van Crlckenberger and John Stull Llnebachs Firestone 1 3 5 3
remains about the le: of the W8 Ford on the outside Wyk 199, Ev Baldwin 194-199. had duplicate 560's with Paul's Cadillac Amoco 1 3 Ospreys 5 3
I and the 1959 Ford on the inside Improved ride and econ- and 204.DJ' Swamp Rats
COMMERCIAL--BuckPerry 205 .
high a John's a
Builders 1 3
Stone
Wesley O. Downing A Earl L Frye for directional stability, Bob Cats 5 3
low.profile tires greater
omy; new took the honors with a 578- Salmon reached a 211 Moons 1 3
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS better traction and longer life; significantly Improved Interior 205 followed closely by Paul loner Harry Sauchelll 209, Woods 1 3 Panthers 4 4
and automatic chokes standard Razor Backs 3 5
quietness; alternators .......
Crlckenberger 872-200. Em 208 Moon Mul- '
ASSOCIATES : on all engines; and a complete li.ne'of( options Including Ralph Leigh Pot Holes 2''' 6 .
Rufus B. Burnham low-cost'air conditioning are feature of all 1965 Fairlane Emmerlek posted a 560-211, llns 203; Marvin llgtrtner 200.... "."....,..,..... Gorton 1 7V
Including the Fairlane Sports Coupe (above). Wimp Johnson and Ed Harroun and Walter Brehm 199. lice sets of 473. Terry used
Jack Love, Jr. both had 653 sets with Wimp PINE LANES
Eight Falrlane models hardtops station wagons and a 180 to reach hers and Ina
706 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2179 sedans will be Introduced In Ford dealer showrooms using a 190 and Em a 187. CONTRACTORSHeadman 179. Cindy Brlsson posted .... \
Friday, September 25. Ev Baldwin fired a lonely 214, was Gene Tlllman\ using a 234 a 471, Lucille Perry 469 and LIIT
,, Joe Salmon 217, Walt Brehm for a 608 set. DJ. Salmon Mildred Eaton 454. Sue Till-

205, Gene Dye Wes Henson showed a 597201203. Carl man and Hazel Hamel each a '
203, R. Cole 198,Dewey Wright Armbrust 595-200-202 Jr 160 loner, Marty Little 151- 'tKIT

196. Joe Hayes posted a 194, Simpson 565-201. Tex Kaver 150, Inga GUI 156,Nelllne Mann &*
Paul Mason 193, Rex Polly man and Jack Hatcher twin 157, Ethel Crltean 145,Grace >
WATERFRONT LOTS 192 and Paul Abrahamson 191. 563's Tex using a 200 high Evans 143 and Virginia Margin ,BYI Vivian Ogg
WOMENS CHURCH'-Lucllle and Jack 246. Al Hajek came 141. '
Did know that the
Lord was out front with a 539- up with a 553-187. Moon Mul- you
BOWLERETTES -- Judy
plural of sphinx Is sphinges
197. Ruth Dodge listed a 170 Ikea recorded a 217, Paul Gray for
Crlckenberger was trying ? . That ulcers are
singleton Merrell Golden 169, 210, Sta rke rambes 208,Huble another 600 using of
In Fashionable Marg Mlltner 176, Frances Hart 200, Bob Garber 196 and 201-205 for a 588, Lll games Miller four times as prevalent as.
the 30'sT .
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165JoyceO'Oreen160.Tess John Shuff 190.
produced a 498-180. Katie Hehl .
Hill had a nice 157, Ann MENS CHURCH -- Harry 484-175, Eva Hogue 475-180. That the moat common ailments

Hart 156, Reggie Lulejean 164, Clouser took the honors with Skip Curry came up with a 470, among business executives
Margaret Stocking 144 and the a 595-218-212. Bud Hall tallied Mary Armbrust and Ina Bunt- are obesity, cardiovancular -

510.MENS 575-237 Malcolm King, Ing 479 each, Ann Follis 477, disorder and
CHURCH -- Leading Jr 644-190. Charles Petty Jeanne Veenschoten 466. Sue anemia? . That the

the way was Ken McConkey with registered a lone 212, Steve Tillman posted a lonely 194, U.S., with only 6 per cent
a 555-202. John Piercy came Sheppard 207. James Dun 176 Inga GUI 175 and Martha Van- of the world's population
up with a 185 single, Scott and Scott Fraley two 174's. churl 172. have 76 per cent of the

'arvor Wolfe 184 IndGeorge Hart 176. WOMENS CHURCH -- Fay BIG CYPRESS MIXED -- W. world's cam 58 per cent
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Gr NITE OWLS-LlndaSauchelll Hatcher was out front listing a Abernathle led the men with of the telephones and 27

I was the expert with a 532- 430-153. Myrtle Brack had a a 529-203 while Sue Tillman per cent of the newspapers

..' 183. Judy Crlckenberger 488- 429151. Gertrude Appleby had tx>k the honors for the women ? . .
192, Agatha Cleary 475-162, a 178 single and Jean King 176. with 499-172. lo Henry recorded -
7l/ NAPLES DAY Jeanne Veenschoten 464-165, ROCK 'N BOWLERSElalneSheldon a 482-177 and Edith Some real estate dealsare

Ruth Campbell 463-177 and and Gen Dunn shared Abernathle 455-180. GeneTlll-\ \ no complex . It wouldbe
Merle L. Harris 459, Paul the honors with identical 484 man shot a 211 singleton Dick better to consult one of
In.
Harbor homesires priced from $6,403 to $19,900 a wide range to suit your
Royal are Dozzle came up with a solitary sets. Elaine used a 188 to reach Erickson 202 and An White the sphinges for some of
dividual 'last and ntods. This prime bayfront location offers you an opportunity for a sound 170 Dot Donelson 167, hers and Gen a 175. Shirley 198. Edith Stone came up with their secrets to help

Investment today that will b. worth far more tomorrow . Just 5 minulos from center of town Anne Brown 165, Fran Ham Johnson came up with a 478- a 175, Dorothy White 161-175 clear up matters. No

shopping, within Naples city limits Every spacious homesite Is directly on the water, fullylea.wliled ilton-Rose Morrison 164, MarIon 170, Joan Lawhon and Donna Dorothy Stoneburner 167 and need for this complication.
Lessey 163, Peggy Yahl Hatley tied with 475 series All deals from VIVIAN
and served by city utilities. Take U.S. 41 and turn south on Sandpiper Street, or Marlys Boyd 151
162, Ruby Rlner Lucille Lord Joan's high being a 166 and OGG, Realtor, 824 Fifth

telephone Midway 24748. 160.SUGAR Donna's 168. Terry Murnan NF B YORK AP( ) Two boys AYe So., are clear, clean
'N SPICE -- Top of and Ina also had dup-
Bunting "ere selected at random from a and easily understood and

HOME hotel lobby to attend a convene carried out . for per.
ALSO THIS BEAUTIFUL MODEL tion. Jack Hshman, 6, and Neil Bond! guidance and assistance

SALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYONLY Cornfield 5, both of Montreal, call MI 2-474) for
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leia there la a chance to \
him additional equipment or impression ri' t"ukd bs .

f 1 in live one model.camera for a more as making a representative an extensive of turns pastures into play grounds. .fields into factories

pete"In by big price cities cutting the dealers and Germany This towering .' 'yo . .and dreams into realities..as he and the 3,500 other

goal aeema to be impersonal and impres '
Camera tores often ignore more't warmth a parallel i !I'- '"Men Behind the Miracle" at Gulf American Land Corporation
ice to the photo fan on a and! their dealings .
basis to bring him back. fans :'i build new worlds for a better tomorrow at
pend on a discount." : with advanced : ....
Thia generalization has Camera more lore competition camera :,i,:\ Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates.
exceptions, of course, .
is based on the serv -if.
the country. I recall the u.A't
they give to the customers, '*> He Florida's mightiest fleet of earth moving
Herbert T Marcus, an on the price. ,'\:, I I : .:, operates
ally gifted amateur thing have
of Cincinnati, Ohio. He ," "Wehran' we pointed out in, :t '. machinery (valued at over 1,750,000)) as he transforms raw, I If
:lia rapid rise and a nonprofit association
couragement a photographer and to the technical advice by the photographic in. + 6 ::; virgin acreage into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing J
and dealers to further the '

which camera he dealer received, David from hia >by. of photography aa :\j, : 1 at Golden Gate Estates..into a modern, thriving communityat

The first of many national As a result they have in. Cape Coral, both on the Florida. Gulf Coast.
)itions i of Marcus' photos 10,OIK) photo lab in
In the windowa of and high schools for
camera a tore. to get acquainted lie represents the $10,000,000
"I think national r>hnu'araphy.e think if
service and helpful learn something about it Gulf American has already spent to
photo beginners by camera they are young. they will
dealers," Wehran arid, better pictures and maintain improve its properties
make for a healthier and interest'
"
O , and the millions of

I Spanish Veal Dish Has Special FeaturesBy { additional dollars

I it will spend in the
CECILY/ BROWNSTONE
Associated Prtss Food EditorHERE'S future to complete
i AN economical dish,
a stuffed breast of veal, that ia its long-range plans
prepared ahead and reheated at a
the cook' convenience..
This Spanish recipe waa
adapted from a cook book com-
piled and published in Madrid.
The original directions specifythe
ri
use of a pressure cooker. 0 .
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When we tested thia method in
I a Under meat in a short, .time\ .

STUFFED VEAL BREAST rrL
2 1/2 pound.,, boned breast of r
\ veal (4 pounds before boning)
1/2 pound chopped beef chuck
1 1/2 teaapoona lilt "
Pepper to lute
1 egg, slightly beaten 1
10 green olives, pitted and /
chopped
1/4 cup olive oil
3 clovea garlic, peeled
1 medium onion, quartered ,
1 small carrot, quartered
1 bay leaf %
2 tablespoons tomato catchup 8C
1/2 cup white wine ,
1 cup water
Lay veal Hat ; trim FROM SPANISII CUISINE Breast of veal, boned and a
any ragged ed.ea. Mix beef with stuffed with ground beef,
1/2 teaspoon of the aalt. the
pepper, egg and olive. Preas onion, carrot, bay leaf, catchup, normal. Remove meat, cover and ij aaTgs
beef mixture flat over veal to wine, water and remaining 1 tea chill Puree vegetablea and
within 1/2.inch from ed.... Roll spoon aaltf Cook in pressure pan liquid in electric blender Slice
up veal, tucking in edgea; tie at 15 pounds pressure for 20 mm- cold meat thin and reheat in i
with cord. In a preaaure pan, VtOl; allow preasure to return to sauce Makes 6 to 8 aervmgs.
brown veal in the olive oil with ., j v ges
the garlic; diacard garlic Add COLLIER COUNTY NEWS NIP'H.' Fl., Sunday, S.pt.mb.r 20, 1964 53 :
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Ii Arrest Ordered ,
By EARL ARONSONAP
(!! William Button, scheduled to Newsfeoture

stand trial Thursday morning THERE ARE GOOD REASONS for starting a blue-
I Ii I on a charge of driving while in.
i toxlcated, failed to appear, and grate lawn in the autumn. I
County Judge Richard M. Stanley --... C .ar. fly 1. The toil it warm and good iced sprouts quickly.
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i ;t, Issued a warrant for his arrest. 2. The seedbed cultivates; the soil is not sticky. I

d ; On Wednesday County Court 3. Most weeds are finishing: their life cycle. I

i sJ }I.'li I. Jurymen returned a not guilty 4. Oraaa won't need much
verdict in one case and a guilty
':. i bt verdict in another. Milton A, mowing; it won't grow tall weeds wa suggest 2,4-D preferably
1 S. Moat garden chorea art applied on a warm day
and Smith
Thomas Wayne were
finished, reducing competition when the weeds are growing.
found not guilty of possession
for time.For You have
may to rely on more
of a and light at night ,
gun
.
'" that can't be
' lawns panepered potent Silvex to
or 2,4,5-T
get
'
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; of Allen driving Cooler while Intoxicated was convicted and , : , ,: ;,, ,, ,,; ,_ : : '" ;: .;. ,. ._ J use a seed mixture principally rid of ground ivy, clover and
i ij'
of Kentucky bluegraaaeaand mouse-ear chickweed.
sentenced to 10 days in jail plus
fine fetcuea (Chewing, Schery: these chemicals
$250 fine or US days. The DODGE CORONET-For 1965 Dodge is introducing an entirely new line of can called tllahee. Peril wn), recommends will not says harm the better turf-
judge ordered his driver's 11. the Coronet. The well-styled Coronet 500 convertible shown here is of 17 models
; one Dr. Robert W. Schery, director grasses Some bentgrasses, particularly
j' for
cnese suspended the max. offered in the new line. The Coronet cars have a 117-inch wheelbase and an overall of The Lawn Institute. the creeping varieties,

1m On urn period Monday of at one 3 year.p.m., Ray. length of 204 inches They will go on display at Dodge dealerships on September 25. The bluegrass lawn started may become discolored.Crabgraaa .
IiI or refurbished in the fall is one killers are better
k' mond Anderson Gills is schedule
atauncheat foes of crab- applied In the fall
t ed to be tried on a charge of of the spring. By ,
Ir.... Kentucky bluegraaa, Oregon the plants will have died, but
while license
driving was sus.
pended or revoked. Ralph An. Summer Spending Increase Current fine feacuea and Highland the seeding already has been
\ bentgraaa are at their best in accomplished.
thony charged with selling beer
Best Sellers the cool or autumn when crab- Autumn is an excellent timeto
to a minor waived a jury trial
and his case will come up at (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) graaa ends Its seasonal cycle. feed northern graaaea, but
Monday morning's regular Coun. Attributed To Cut In Tax FICTION By starting bluegrass lawns not the toysiss sad Bermudaa.

ty Court .session it was indicat.ad. THE SPY WHO CAME IN in the fall, the graaa gets a Fertilizer applied to die lawn
Holton noted that Corre good atilt and should be con- any time through the winter,
WASHINGTON (AP) There the rate of fROM THE COLD, Le '
was no stampede to the stores spending often Is low In the ARMAGEDDON, Uris 'I aiderably ahead of crabgrass Schery: reminds, la "money In
with from fertilizer) next the bank" because it will b.
( help
"Battle Royal" last spring when the Income tax AprO June period.:! He said there JULIAN, Vidal ,
when fixed in the soil and will Inv
spring Crabgrasa sprout ,
The expression "battle cut took effect, but there la usually Is a slight lag betweenan RECTOR OF JUSTIN
strives. this the lawn ,
royal" to denote a fight strong evidence that Americana Increase In personal Income Auchlncless hot weather By prove early in spring t
time, a successful lawn should If you are adding new seed
and Increased
.
among several people, originated have been spending an Increas.ing spending. CANDY, Southern ondHoffo"bo.g
Balderston It be tight enough to bar crsbgross. to an established lawn, do some
when cock fighting was percentage of the extra put this wan
A thick lawn of permanent soil cultivation to make the lawn
two money In the past few weeks. "As containers: become ac.
popular. Usually, only
FAT CAT-For a moment, tnis Lima. Ohio cat thought sit.roosters were permitted in "We know that July and customed to a little fatter take.home NON FICTIONA healthy graaa won't be more receptive to seed and
.was making definite gains In the weight department the ring but, when royalty August will shoe a significant pay, they are likely to MOVEABLE FEAST, injured by application of crab. water Scratch the. lawn viaorou.ly
grass preventers in the IIprina. with a sharp rake after
Increase In the proportion of Increase their spending and
:
four
I was present, or more .
Hemingway Autumn is the time tci eradicate the old la killed. This
grass
were put into the ring together money spent," a government there Is some Indication that THEINVISIBLE GOVERN.
Ads weeds that makes for the
Read the Want official said today, 'but we're this adjustment has been occur. some mar your lodging places:
MENT, Wise end Ross lawn in such dunde.
not making any estimate yet." ring during the summer spring as tiny grass seed You may rent
months." HARLOW Shulmon lions, plantains thuk eed and one of the comparatively new
Consumers spent; about 52 per I'
F.
TO JOHN
TRIBUTE
The fact that A cress dethutthing or lawn thinning
cent of the extra roomy they consumers spent
received during the first three 81.8 per cent of their take-homo KENNEDY, Salinger and Against perennial hroudleaf machines to loosen the surface

months the tax reduction: was pay doe not mean that allot VonecurFOUR I
t SIZZLER fully effective April May and the remaining 8.2 per cent went DAYS, UPlAmerl.con
June. Into savings accounts. There Heritage I New Mexico Picks the Winners I
Torch I.
This may seem an irrelevant was no massive increase In (AP's "The I
figure to the wage earner who savings of this type. Passed" is not lI.tod..because S"NT," FE. N.M. (AP) NIII 2.1)9 votes to 17,900 for
mr had a hard time making ends The "savlnga" took the form It has not been sold I Mexico is the only state limon, William Howard Taft.

meet, even with a few extra of paying off some debts generally In bookstores) the 50 which has voted for the The El TISO Times recently
dollars. But It Is watched close inner in all presidential elections compiled figures on New

ly by economists most of whom since attaining statehood. Mexico's accuracy in presidential -
assumed the tat cut would Arizona shared the distinctionof elections. The tsbuls-
BANK NOTES . . . . by Malcolm .
provide an Important stimulus picking winners until 1960. titan showed that even the percentage
i 24 to"business. That Arizona of votes given the
IF XXI DON'T NAVE ACHtCKUK ACCOUNT year gave a vote
Increased purchases by the I 1 1 PERHAPS XXJ) ) SHOULD. MORE THAN (7 majority to Richard M. Nixon. winner by New Mexico has been
Mourner inevitably! lea to I MILLION OTHER AMERICANS DO AND THEY New Mexico has been a state startlingly close to the nationwide -
expanded production at the ARe WRITING CHECKS. AT A RATS OF.MORI since 1912. when it helped elect percentage of victory: .
THAN Nrl5iWON UCH faM.c
factory 1.v.I. and therefore, Woodrow Wilson, giving him
more jobs and profits.Administration I :.
economists I'd' r

A NOW IN PROGRESS argued that consumers normal.ly !. OPENING APPROX.
spend 02 to M per cent of OCT. 1
every dollar they can lay their

REGISTER FOR 100 WESTERN FLYER BIKES TO hands on, and that this propor.

t 1 IE GIVEN AWAY FREE NOTHING TO BUY. tlon home of pay the would Increase be put Immedl.It takj. c NAPLES HEALTH SPAFor

ately into the spending stream.
FREEIPICK
Since consumers spent onlJ
about half the extra money, the J
percentage of their total income Rent NowReduceWITHOUT
UP YOUR NEW FALL CATALOGs
which vas spent fell to 91.8 per EXERCISE
sent,' "
Btoelectronlc Soot
nt lr wee poMtel:: our n TO DRAW ATTSNTWN TO A
WESTERN AUTO STORE COMMtmm Mean ntoaLaAt, Reducing; Machines
speeches by Richard H. Holton, ONE NEBRASKA SANK OFFERED r )
assistant secretary of com. TO PONATS KX>TO THfi TOWN'S .r Require No Exercise \
616 5th Avenue, So. Ml 24349 merge for economic affairs, andC. CHURCHES IF THE AREAS ; ,
Canby Balderston, a memberof FARMER MADS IT THROU6H
the Federal Reserve Board. THE HARVEST SEASON WITHOUT l Physical Exercise Equipment Masaafo
A SINGH FARM ACCIDENT. I
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Hours to be f::00 .... to p... Monday tarn Saturday

Departments for both man and women

y ,..''-,. OURS" \ Membership Plan Available Now

THE CURRENT COIN SHORTAGE. THE COINS Naples Health Spa Soon to be in
BEING PROOUCE ,'TW-1H11IOS) ARE PENNIES, open
rI ONE-FOURTH NICKELS AND DIMES,ANO THE Naples Shopping: laza. At present call, Fort
REMAINDER QUARTERS AND HAIVES. Myers, OX 4-3254 for information. .

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Strange how I.( the days

aI few when doctors there ,were house so cells very 4 _5. '; When you consider buying property in Naples

were the order of the day. 'older County .
Now that there are hundreds ,

of Bedleoe being : ...
graduated every year . Ay>R
the old house taU la becoming -
'" p..... Ere the of. walk on if
flea tall by the patient Is
being regulated to take
... Just a few miautes. r

It,.. ''';' - i!. -"; ",,,.. :; r.OW' -, The answer to all this, N'' :Before buy it!

........ -: .... of course, Uea IB the population you
L .. .. which
.: :: f" boom put the
A _.: 1l..... onus on the doctor to the
., extent thst ha must make
very moment count . Easy said easy done when you buy the

specially the preliminaryexam f tY, easily accessible, high and dry acreage offered
home of your own. . which could be
a
a huge waste of time ft by John R. Wood. Choice residential and commtrcial -
II Specialization accounts for 'I
the tilt diagnosis In the property now available.

office . what with apeelslists -
who eta be calledIn
to prognosticate com 4
plications. It all constitutes VOuUUU
medical streamlining
I. order to ear for more .'

Naples Federal is chartered by an agency of and home ownership in Collier County and serious manner.eases Folks In must the proper be pa. MOOD

the Federal Government to promote savings are specialists in home financing. Heat from two tspeeta .
theae days, after all. everyone
wants to spend less and associates
time at the doeter'a. Someday -'
with computer dovelopment -*

.. -"" a patient will visit our office \qr valuable /
... be diagnosed, analysed
typed prescribed for and 6 nut, South / -, i.1
hare the prescription filled .
. oa the spot. Not for Phone Mld\\
i a while yet!
For all present day med-
-. needs NAPLES .
kal rely
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FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SHOP. 773 4th Are. Ne ASSOCIATES -
NAPLES For feat efficient service .

'.:r;. at Nor (11I1C'"rH' "* and reliable prescription Chuck Grimm
\ filling come to NAPLES t
Neil
@ PRESCRIPTION SHOP. 8 White

Remember year doctor's John Vaughn .
prescription .la ae better
than your pharmacist's.
ability to fH a feithf.lly.

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;What Young PeoflBetter Think Shapeless Shirts COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples' He. Sunday, September 20, 1764 7J|


Are Continuing Fad Next came the west shirt with Indlac, and ornamented with

Grades This Year! Students Vow i college' name hlironeil on It, comment on the wearer's
With Swingin' TeensGilbert i nd Inapt r,grille college colors perMMIIty.These .

EUGENE GILBERT Youth ServiceThe Then the girls. "began tasting astrological shirts make
MneteetMeir I otils I stile, swat shirts with numbers on the their way everywhere Swimmers
big, bamtwat shirt
President, Gilbert Youth 19, of JI.nsd"ola. Fla? thought once the exclusive property of hark matching, the fo Research, Inc. he'd get better grades, hut not for piwltlons not a whit dismayed by the
America's truck star and wrestlers, bas
young people expectto any of the usual reasons' "I But now the sweat' shirt left clammy shirt Teenagers wear
do a lot better In school ,.ran't" he said. "net much lower been number.," transformed Into a feghlen. the pi,,, lii field and the them to dances looking for a

this semester than they did the grades than I've gotten" Mike bleachers end\ went clasiJr, II dale born under the same sign
last one What's The change has "been .....,.
more, It Isn't Crispin", 16, 011| \n('hhurga... the Rn"h" Rrefhncen and Chupln of the Kodlic. The sweat shirt
First the drab shirt
wishful e gray II'-
Just thinking Most of 'rt also was realistic as to whhe portraits |put 'n an appearance. It In again In the swim, In the
In
wired more becoming colorsfor
"
them are taking definite
steps to expected to get better grade He Now" swpit' shht! designer are awing.
sports wear but tlll un-
boost their fades. "
explained that "im father claims Ius'khxc\ t, Me heavens for In-
AS the teen-agers approachedthe he 1 is ulorned Some model had J Oldest public school in the
rolnf to become a lot splr.tt'n. I I' I r I s designersIT
fall term, 1238 of them were stricter with me." parka.tyy'e hood for weather, i iprotection .,u,,"it, nh i ii, n.d-itch." shirts U.S. is Boston Latin School
asked whether for hiker\ and at Boston, Mass founded in
they expected Those who de ,I tf" 1 I"! .
expected to get "r with 'f' sin! \- >f the 1633,
their grades to Improve. More about the same trades as last:i-inoelstj.:

than 64 per rent said they did- term (
deflnltelyt! Twenty five per cent reason typified b\ the commentof

taw little hope of any Improvement an IS>\ear-old girl from Fort

Four per cent admitted Morgan, Col.,-F.le\ce picket OPEN HOUSESUNDAY

that they'd probably get poorer She acid "I do im heit That'sall

trades. The rest didn't know. t A am one ran uk," MicheleBenkli.

Nearly all of those anticipating IT. of South Boston,

better grades said they were Mass? also foresaw no change,

carrying out plans they \were \ 1J "(\erau f'." she said, "M\'
would wi\hes 1-5
make their
sure 1tw. I marks are above average and the
come true. The most determined bet 1 can get" 17-\eir-old

teemed to be those moving from (\\W1 boy, Perrler I l\di, of Honolulu,

high. \ school into collegeSeventeenyear expected to do the same as he 720 11th Avenue SouthSee

old Leo J. ... usually did. He asserted: "For ,

Burke of Jamaica Plains, Mass., the past three years rm erad.polnlavrag.rf'maln.dlh.sam. .
Teenagers across the country are headtng! bark to school with definite plans to Improve
was typical of the attitude of ..
their grades. And they claim the plans aren't Just vague hopes. '
high school graduates He saidhe I don't expect any drastic this delightful 2 bedroom 1 bath air conditioned
expected to get better grades changes."

'"because In high school never he had taken steps to Insure vantage of the summer holiday English literature and took a home loaded with luxury home features.

worked to my full capacity Given higher marks by putting In "a to prepare themselves for the summer course In Brief-hand

the more clearly defined incentive lot of spare time during the new semester. Martha W. writing for note-taking." CAN'T REVERSE STANDARDS
CAIRO ( MM V jobK hu -
of college, I plan to do my summer studying biology the Bonney It, of Geneva N,Y., band failed to atop; hm: : bc's $14,950

utmost." 1.eo added that alreadyrTHE subject I plan to major In." laid: "I did Intensive summer Uomulwcs Fade divorce action even trough he
.
Many of the other boys and reading, took part In a discussion offered to do all the huueewtnk

girls questioned also took ad- program of Americanand while he held a uKudy job
BOYD
TOP TEN-i With Fall? The wife clqunedthathe forced COLE/VfAN/ Realtor
her1 to work so he could laze ,
THE HOUSE DP THE RIS- ...............................................,...,..." ..,.., Gilbert Youth Service around the hound( all I day, .1
ING SUN, Anlmoli
OH, PRETTY WOMAN, Summer romances; summer In panting. the divorce judge
Ahmed Lutfy declared It was II-
Orbison friendships. Will they die with
MISS DEB "irregular to current amialstandard
Newb.ot.WHERE BREAD. AND BUTTER, the season? Or ran they be kept *" for the husband ti dL' 60 Tenth Street No. (Stone Bldg.) MI 2-5855
alive and withstand separation? housework
DID OUR LOVE / '
GO, Supremts \ . inneri fueslionsbout I et's face It. Some grand .
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GTO, Ronnie & Daytontt i.I.. {J Junior MtuTtiqurlle .. passions, whipped up under a
EVERYBODY LOVES I :>: grooming '.. 11\U\, glamorous moon beside a
SOMEBODY, Martin ,, end interests.Q ; .
; \" glamorous sea, Just plain deserve I
A HARD DAY'S NIGHT,
IF to die Great fun for a
Beatles i n ( \H!
REMEMBER (Walking In holiday fling, but nothing deep r
th* Sand), Shongri-Las Everybody: Kill me what a sue to remove excess powder enough there for year-round en-
.' 'DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY, good iport' I am, and I have The result: A lovely andluminoul movement. Shed a few tears, and Y
Mann the boiling and Irnnn trophies look that should have
SAVE :IT fOR.ME, '' Four to prove it Buy I can'I wear the stag line, charging, close the matter.
Saxons bowling shoes and a sweater Q. I've invited my girlfriends But there are borderline
10 formal. My new formal for a pajama party, butI cases. The lifeguard for whom
ails for smooth thnuldera and hate to have. them see my ugly
arms Mine aren'I, Should I (or. clothe closet. I dim I want to you yearned may very definitelylook
Button ChangeAt get the whole thing paint the closet, and I don I Just as gorgeous to you s
first, clothing buttonsfor A. Time to "enjoy; being a think it would make that much when you Invite him to a college Lt
both men and women girl" Twenty.four hour 11 difference rt _
and xf
house Give It a try
party.
were on the left side. During enough time to give yourself A UK tome quick and easy
'the Middle Ages, men's but a bare shoulder brushy program color! Crab a pair of Kiisort see how much you enjoy his
Apply' a rich hand lotion over and a couple of rolls of Mar company away from the murmuring
tons. were changed to the
and shoulders Mu-
valon adhesive covering ThuJju4.lt
right side tha. 'flian.jCO M arm"'jtdC.-IfriinKSt" upward J.,.. -do.- tot CloiCti 00X1 JAM, wave, '
u/lb tops? i,5BRat.?qujc1h) ] epea IgpRz 'ons of I loti of cool cAlprs and! patterni -feesj,VsW; ,W to see It poll
la th his ]eft hand 'and draw lotions several times during the To cover ha( or shoe bones: feelings are more than superficial .
t s sword with the right day blotting off exams lotion limply measure and cut thecovering Is to let him share your we
and. with a Kleenex time to avoid to me, then peel off
teaming garmenti, When you the backing sheet and applyCovet day-by-dayIltlIn your own dome.
pre ready to dress for the party, the outside of the box You'll see each other wh.nyou'rl t r 'it'e
A.vtrUioia'. appreciate It when you smooth a moislunung lotion first then cover the inside with not at party best. You'll e ""
over arm.. neck. shoulders and a contrasting color. Use the : l:
,/lltnfiitn back Puff on powder in a pinkiih : lining color to decorate the top find out Immediately If he's as r
lone, using a crumpled I tia of the box with a monogramor considerate as you thought, If
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS star cut-outs. A few gay cutouts ,
he's flexible, If he has something
will also brighten up the M
inside of your closet door, Try to say to your parents, If -t
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The Naples Medical Center your hand at bold shape he has the(Vceless| gift, the : e ir-
flowers shoe dress h.t.Th..n .
a a a ability to laugh,"set himself.
when
your guests come
ANNOUNCES be lure to leave the closet door If that's the case, make every
open! effort to keep the relationship

THE ASSOCIATION OF Q. I'm not overweight, but I alive, even though hundreds of
don't sum to have a waistline, Letters
miles separate
I'm just straight up and down, you.
Buying! dressy clothes isn'I packed with anecdotes, Incidents
mutt fun when they're alwaystoo closer Even sharing your worries

Dr. Richard J. Ellington in the small hips.A. .in the waist or big helps you to understandeach

other better. Life Isn't all
The shift is still big fashion .
news, and it sounds like it peaches and cream, you know.
was made for you. The low And when you meet araln.you'll h
IN THE GENERAL tie-belt dresses should turn you know far better If you'reon
into a glamour girl in a twinkling
; If you must have a waistline : solid ground and whether
PRACTICE OF MEDICINEat let the saleslady in the this Is for real.
foundation department be your
guiding angel Somewhere is awaistcmiher Archery ii one of the fast
MI 2-2191
831 4th Ave N. Naples
bralust
or long-line
est growing participant sportsin
right for you. the United States HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

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INTER COUNTY Aerial Artistry 6 The Moorings Golf Course Is Now One Year OldWe



want to thank the member end many guettt who
HIGH WIRE ACT
have complimented ut to generously on the layout, club

house facilities, and particularly on the excellent condition

Unless you look up, you won't see these performers which hat been maintained tine the court opened. Pro-

V', on the high wire Their act It not spectacular or death. Creenikeeper Bill McOevitt hat designed a program not onlyto

v..y defying but it Is vital to the growth and progress of keep the course In itt present condition, but alto Improve

Naples and Collier County, Whether they are splicing on the ovorall condition and layout

cables or making terminal connections, these aerial artists Members formed mon't and women's organization this

are dedicated performers of the Inter.County team. Like year, and both group Ire gaining more members and onjoy-

c" their teammates on the ground, their primary goal la _: (ing weekly tournaments, the ladies on Wednesdays and the

to provide the best possible service for this rapidly expanding men on Thursdays

4 area of Southwest Florida. The next time you c z live you played The Moorings lately? You'll find congenial

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8B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.pl.. Fit? Sunday S.pt.mb.r 20. l 1964

LBJ Barbecues ;
* ** * ** ** * * * ** * Weapon : Jetton-Propelled


,' 100 Years Ago , ',r* in fringed frontier own brand of barbecued spareribs

''r ,ises, while catering at thePrl'.III"nt's
f A",w { 'U;. it, ',fore the mesmerlred, eesr I UU ranch, started
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDABy r lt\ dwellers one Jetton aide as a butcher shop helper. That

-,, .nl1 his time "mixing\ souril wax in the davs when huh her
Florida Library It IlittorUiI Commission 4p ,, Ms.'ults ,ind pupping them shiips nude barbecue to use up
Civil War Crnrcnnitl Commuter' l 1,1", an auto Another taken apple the rsigh'IIIW("

'kTk'i'lk' * >A"k ** * *'Tk * * i r t",rn ivert nut df a refrigerator He I'egan catering pic-nlrs' and
i ti 'r I' k .did dips them Into deep church gatherings. NOW, with two
I September If -General Hatch is informed today that
;f hereafter .. fr" I i rollers, rrown ions In business with him,
"no women will be admitted within our lines I
. ., who have no relatives on this tide to take proper care of \ s 'nail run of cnwbounits he ran serve groups ranging up
them. Generally/ only the wives and families of JiKrtcrt e i r + v 'rk easelessh amidst the rUt to 12000 at a sitting without
and refugees are admitted; and they cannot return over t L smoke preparing harbecu l lrl turning one of Ms few remaining
the lira again, under any circumstances s Met and chicken\ hairs,
\ ,,, In the enter of his smallempire \\hafs the secret of hisSllrrl'lI.
September K -A boat expedition from the U. S. S.
of warming menu, ."
Ariel this of +1+ ''ar s "
evening captured over 4,000 pounds cotton B
"belonging blockade i'irbeuie pits, I nllers.. and "\ou have to have a knack for
to a notorious running shipper by .
the name of David Hope:. The cotton was about five 1 or Ito k'! M'.ilti'r letton mauds behli It." lie said the other day at one

miles from Yellow Bluff, inland "and to bring it to the .r I'x 'd i tjl"le and piles flits onto of the 1'oungClttzrna'bsrbrrues.
beach Mr. Russell pressed the hones and wagons of the plites alrearh laden with baked \nd we'xe developed seasonIng .
country people in service, No opposition was made, and h"dJlS, corn ind .'0'1'! *Claw with we think I Is outstanding Then,
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the cotton was brought away without incident." It is being I the air of a moiurch dispensing most people mk too rapidly
hipped to Key West for adjudication A report of this 3 " s i in'esHlettin!. \\'" cook two ,feet off the fire
incident is being made by Commander Charles J. Me- .., who his: /IntrodiuedUsltlnr and It's a slow one 170180degrees
Dougal,, U. S. S. HenJrlck J/Wso stationed
at Tampa wi rid leirters 10 his : ."
Bay.
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September 18 -According to information received by tM r ,
Federal General Asboth, commanding the District of Vest lat SWIMMING POOLS J
Florida (Union), the Confederate military organization in ai j
West Florida, in command of Colonel A, B. Montgomery, k r < .. by ,
a
consists of the following detached militia companies of the ,r ,

fth Florida Battalion of Cavalry (Colonel George W t'} LEWIS
Scott) : Co. E, Captain William A. Jeter, stationed at '. ,

Hickory Hill], twenty miles west of Mananna[ Co. G, ro / If Your Only Local
Captain William H. Milton, stationed twenty-five miles ? 'J \
south of Mananna; and Co. I, Captain Robert Chisholm, a Pool Builder
a We build i a Clean pool at no extia
reportedly stationed in Mananna. Possibly two other troops, sweep
Cos. C and I, 1st Florida Reserves, are also in the area. u cost. You ;trot quality and MIMIC when you
Mananna, a village of some $$00 inhabitants, is the county RIH! FOil I Y DA Walter tetton dishes up hi' fame' 'h i ill' fate I Is Ictt"! ir tte .rd.I .IP il H irhc uer have a Lewis Pool.
seat of Jackson County, and is located about twenty miles to President ,lohnson'i elder daughter and Sen flitiHinir: held it the hud", Mil ahv:' :' u I I I.iid t ref 'tl --Tie'" h l, ai'k-
from the Apalachicola River. Its nearest rail-head is at Pell of Hhode Island 'right).Alread\ work on (the HII"rulrnt,,' hlttrd.I white ipr,,(ned 11 in IIKklr' >ri I li tettc'
Quincy It serves as headquarters for the Confederate LEWIS POOLS INCWe
military. There is also a Confederate hospital there, main. By JOY MILLER f "hot 'nelted ,
tained m the old Marianna school house, in charge of AP Women Editor wagon that's always brought along rigged out In Western clothes: huttrrtopnlonthr quests'pi.ites are in the yellow pagea

Genera eon Henry Robinson, and a government Next to the President' daugh- 'solely to lend atmosphere. two women.dipping boiledorn In. ai thego tn. look like Calamity MI 2-6885 MI 2.5683
sable
Asboth believes that a number of Federal ,._
military prisoners are being detained there. ten, the blggett attraction at -- -
General Asboth with the Young Citizens for Johnson
together 700 mounted men,
crossed from Barrancas to Navy Cove, Live Oak Plantation barbecue being held around the
today. His force consists of three battalions of the country Is a rotund, beaming man LOOK HERE'S MORE PROOF
2nd Maine Cavalry, Lt. Col. Spurting; one battalion set In a big !straw hat and a white
Florida Cavalry (disaffected West Floridians), Major A. apron tied about his ample
Ruttsiag; and two companies mounted infantry selected middle
I: from the (2nd and ItUh Regiments, U. S. Colored Infan He Is Walter Jetton 58, who NAPLES FURNITURE Co. Sells for LESS!I
try, commanded by Col. L L. Zulavsky. (Major Ruttsiag runs a commercial barbecue
I and Col.
Zulavsky are nephews of Louis Kossuth of company In Fort Worth, Tex., t
Hungary.) and rater President Johnson's ,
In a letter to her son, Mrs. Edward Bradford complains barbecues -
about the poor quality of the cards manufactured by the It Is sometimes said by those .' i y < o < '
Florida Card Company. She says that the factory cards stuffed r r' ,
to satiety his succulent
on '
are not worth buying, and that the people manufacturingthem fare that Walter Jetton Is to the I i : k' .a : \ ':< '" p YJf 1 ,
"don't understand tempering the wire." Northern .' S I t,
sparerlb what Chateaubriand ,
,
.cards, she reveals, "sell for sixty dollars a pair." : ,
to the steak.This r "
September 1> In a letter to President Davis, Governor /, A.
Milton is critical of the temperate measures adopted late summer and early .;
1 by Brigadier General John K. Jackson, commanding Con fall he Is catering the Young
federate ( in Florida CHI tens for Johnson barbecuesat "
oral against deserters. H* announces a r ir
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that he hu ordered the newly formed State Militia; not only which Lynda Bird .IohnllonIO, : n !
to arrest deserter, but "all persons who harbor deserters and her sister, Lucl Raines,I 17, i
or encourage desertion." The militia is authorized to make take turns as guests of honor. :

some arrests and these captives, Milton thinks, "will serve The affairs are being held on I
.... "I, as a boon to the sagging morale of Florida" weekends to avoid Interfering
.... / The following notice appeared today in the Jtekiontitle with; the girls' schooling I
/ UioMi "The 1st Regiment of Florida Cavalry is now The barbecues are scheduled
being raved Union men desirous of assisting in giving the through September says Mrs. it
final blow to the rebellion are informed that now is the Esther Conpersmlth, national ,a.,,,
time for them to step forward and join"September coordinator of barbecues for the 1. h
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20 -General Asboth and his force moved Young Cltl7\ ns group Whether
down the old Military or Jackson Road to Rogers' Gap, they) will go on In October depends
opposite the narrows of Santa Roaa Island, six miles of on the Johnson girls'
East Pass today and are now turning north on the Ridge schedules.
Road. The Quartermaster steamer Little Dmli suppliedthe "Bllt the requests are
troops with rations at the Gap. fantastic," says Mrs. Cooper-, r; ,,,,o; , .

.t smith "Every state wants one, '
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You sec, ever>bodv likes his

LOTS AND food. I keep anring'Whv can't ....... '..... _
LOTS we have such gnrxt food at! the 11'1" '
<<100-a-plate fundraisingdinners' i +1 ,
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; Jetton always carrlei along an ,
,s S ;ry f t ,
OF VALUE abundance of food In Ms refrigerated -=:; t' ,, Pi WW }
trucks she sacs. That's f .1.N latest yawl, ..Jlrw t

why, when he has personally
DO forked ribs onto at least a thou.
YOU WANT sand plates after Mrs. Cooper-
smith has assured him about too BONANZA: by BASSET

Property near the beach? were expected he ran sav with
; comolacencv Instead of Irritation
A d. lux* Port Royal Lot? "Why, Mr. Coopersmlth where The dining room SENSATION of the year is the Bassett . value and style that will live for many yearsl? All table

A waterfront lot for boat did yon learn to count" You must
backdoor fishing your and have gone to a different kind of "BONANZA" dining room group, with its dignified simplicity tops are of genuine Formica plastic and drawer interiors are
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school achieved through straight lines and rounded wood coated with Bassett's exclusive Perma-Sheen. Case pieces and
A muhf-familr lot In the midtown The heart Texas barbecuer

district who used to plav local theatersas moldings , a true expression of design through function chairs are coated with special DuPont Deluxe finish,
an amateur comedian-adili
A lot near! the Senior High School? mutt\ than a dash or showmanship
to his jaitronomli' productlon .

Advantageously located commercial & 4 SIDE $12495
property Tables are covered with red TABLE CHAIRS

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Acreage (In Collier County? and white 'he<'ted 'loths. To


Any other kind of unimproved real mote1

estate? 5

CHINA CAB I NET BUFFET

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Parti Of Naples And In All Price Range


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(shown at right

Nellie Ely. the pen name M{ .
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of Elizabeth! Cochrane. was a !

datu US made newspaperwoman an around.the-ttorld who Co. $127 95 1,' -

race against a theoretical Furniture '
.U 305 5th Ave. 'ieea/t.n4i) record that of Phi n ea. .
MI Fogg; hero of Jules Verne'i I
2-2124 "Around the World in Eight 2' STORE HOURS: "r"r .
Days." By using ships.traans.sampana ,
horses and burrcn. 8.30 '.m. until 6 p.m. ,
"NAPLES SELLS ITSELF> LET AD fie
she completed her trip In 72 COMPLETE: HOME FURNISHERS Open Friday until 9 p.m.
MILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY" days, 8 hours, 11 minutes
CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
and 14 seconds The trip was ON THE TRAIL AT TRAIL TERRACE 'Q. ,
made in 1889.
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