Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00258
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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 27, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00258
Source Institution: University of Florida
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(AP)-The United r
Auto Workers union and Gener.
al Motors Corp. new contract % Urged In County
negotiations remained ..uspend.ed -

Saturday while pickets paradedat
CM plants across the coun. yr -

try.The bargainers left the tables The Port Authority Advisory the authority to appoint the advisory Immokalee Airport. "We will

Friday for "a couple of hours Committee In Us organizational committee.. study the physical plant firsthand
sleep" but there was no definite q 7 meeting Saturday morning unanl. The first Job handed the ad. ," said Miller.
Indication today when they { t mously agreed that the Port visory committee by the Com The Port Authority Act was
would resume negotiations. Authority Act with Its Implica. mission was to make recommendations passed by a large majority of
I lion for Collier County should about operation of the voters in 1(82, but has not been
Meanwhile 1965 GM auto
be activated. Immokalee Airport Miller said activated./ The appointment of
production was at a standstill. The PAAC, recently created the members of the committee the advisory appears to be the
of mil
More than a
lion UAW members a stayedhome by the County Commission, In lacking complete Information of first significant step In that dUrectlon
strike. Saturday morning's first meet. the problems at the Airport were .

Asked on when be planned to sit Ing, Immediately plunged Into a In no position to make a quick
study of the Port Authority Art recommendation but a thorough
d '
down with GM bargain
again ; e and what may be done about It In study will be made.

ers Reuther, UAW said:President Walter Collier County. Carter and Loach were appointed Bomb Home Of
Ad Miller was eleded chair. as a committee to In.
"We told the corporation, andI
man of the group. J.R. Carter vesttgate the pattern of opera,
think this Is one thing we are
from Immokalee was named ..ee.retuy. tlon at neighboring airports.
both In agreement on, that we & i
When this Information Is avail
Other presentwere
need a couple of hours of sleep."Well Natchez Mayor
be In touch with the L.L. Loa h and Jack bless able a study will be made anda ;
nier.Cene Turner, the fifth memo report made to the County
corporation as soon as we get
ber was not present for the meet. Commission,
a few hours sleep, and we are ,
The advisory committee will
again able to them at the No One Hurt
Join Ing.The ,
bargaining table In an effort to FOUR MEMBERS of the 5-man Port Authority Advisory Committee advisory committee was also hold Its next meeting Wed.,

begin to deal with the problemsthat appointed by the County Commission met this morning and elected appointed last Tuesday by the nesday, September 30, at the

brought about this strike/' Ad Miller( chairman and J. R Carter, secretary shown left to :right County Commission, each com.mlliioner Jarring NATCHEZ explosion, Miss shook(AP) -the A

Reuther added. seated. Standing from left ari I. I. Loach and Jack Messmer :Gene his district appointing a man from Elect BurtonTo home of Mayor John Nosier'/ Fri.

Louis Seaton, personnel vice Turner, the fifth member of the advisory committee was not present n also day night and he blamed the bomb.

president and GM's top negotiator for the meeting See story (NEWS photo) mlttee was that the agreed County by Commis.sloe the com.. Ing third on property| he owns

agreed with Reuther, and in Implementing phases of Head Naples In $11 day on his role as a
indicated something would be
facial peacemaker.There
bill should act under the Port
done about resuming negotiations Fort Myers Man Authority Bill Sis, and not the, Realtors' Board were no Injuries Damage .
over the weekend. He did .
to the two column.dhome
not elaborate.A nationwide. strike Plans For Swamp Buggy Held For Death local code. bill 61.2038 of the County --- -- was extensive.story,

was loud
Almost simultaneously, a
called against the natlon'i No. Of Baby 8 MonthsFORT The committee stressed the blast 13 blocks tore a holein
1 automaker Friday when GM function of the body . to act
and UAW negotiators failed to Weekend MYERS (AP) Scar. only at an advisory com mitt... .. the driveway outside the
reach agreement on a new Taking ShapeNaples' lett Marsh, eight months old, and that the County Commission 1 home of Willie Washington whose hou.eWII a
three-year labor contract. died Friday after fighting two be recognized as the Port Author. Negro contractor
and oneJialf days to overcome Ity Board. "It was the feeling of bombed once before Mtesummer.
Although assembly lines 16th annual In the colorful Swamp Buggy
Swamp Again there were no
the second and third degree the committee said Chairman
j, stopped turning out new Chev.rolets Buggy Days celebration, Octo- Parade on Saturday have already burns over 60 or 70 per cent of Miller 'that all powers of Im.plemenUtlon Injuries and property damage
Oldsmobile, Bulcks,and Pontlacs CadllUacs, ber 30, 31 and Nov. 1, promises gone out, Mrs. Blodgett her body. are In the hands of U! y 11 was limited to shattered win.

most of the company's to be "bigger and better added. Band who have been Her father David Silas Marsh the County Commission and that dows.

factories continued In operation.A parts. than ever," according to pres- asked to take part in the par- 11, was charged with .first degree ., this group be rerognlted only as Within an hour, police pickedup
said ent Indications. Mrs. Rachell31odgett.secretarytreasurer. ade are the Scottish Highlands murder. an advisory committee." \ bJ an uniiiuntlfledj Negro man
company spokesman
approximately 300,000 new cars band of Sarasota the Immoka. The child's mother told police Miller said it will be recom. 4k whq they said was a suspect In
the bombing of the mayor'shome.
were turned out before the has announced that a new section lee and LaBelle high school that her husband put the little mended to R.p.> James L. cW4( to

walkout hit- nough'.to last 11' of bleachers with '* ..at." bands the BoniM- Springs, girt under the shutter about ':30p.m. Walker that art -attempt be madeto any duuUv Poll" -|' ._,give. ark

or 13 days.In ing capacity of 1,000 will be In American Legion Band the Tuesday to stop her cry- amend lIe Port Authority Act .rr ''1 IIon't' b llIY. It' was done
keeping parts plant work. School band Ing to grant the County Commission "
readiness for the famed Mile Everglades High by colored people Nosier told
ers on the Job, the UAW was 0' Mud races. and the band of the Junior and W. A. BURTONW. The Associated Press 'believe }

engaging In selective strike "We anticipate that this senior high schools of Naples. It was done by white people, But ;
strategy designed to continue wll First and second prizes will A. Burton was elected It could have been either side. .
year's Swamp Days
the other two members of the of the
City Building Department president Naples-on-the- "I'm trying to i
surpass any celebration that be awarded this year In three keep peace
auto Industry's big three Gulf Board of Realtor during this community."
Ford and Chrysler In full Naples has ever had" said parade divisions, according to
the tad
said he e'
organization' regular Homer ip"d
Mrs. "With the new Secretary Blodgett. Divisions I
production.Both Blodgett. monthly ( on a few toes of built, races
meeting Jar0111'
companies rely on GM grandstand section we hope to will Include floats,best decor- Friday 1
Another Week ", Other officers named for whenever either side gut uut of
for equipment.The some. of their automotive seat more" than 6,000 spec ated .buggies and marchingunits. Enjoys Big 1065 are! Lester Whltaker Jr., line this summer

tators. "When white ,People| get Ux
vice H Watkins
selective walkout affects Entry blanks have already Earl Hodges! and Dan Cleaver, Jr. far out of line, I'm i-ilnst'
about 63 per cent of an estimated been mailed to race drivers of will parade marshals. There The Naples Building Depart McEachln and Robert T. Mayes. eretaryj and William them," he said. "The same with
330,000 UAW.representedworkers 15 Mrs. stat- will be no fee for entries in mint enjoyed a robust week,pro. The service station will be next Loach treasurer.John B.W9od colored people"
buggies Blodgett
at GM. ceasing $414,248 worth of per. to the Holiday Inn, to be opera.. and Earl Frye were named '
'Notches. antebellum
of the Mrs. an
ed, and with cash prizes of any categories
by McEachln and
ended. Mayes con. directors
Tnree>year contract agree mlts in the week Just
Is In smith.
record field said, but unit 24,000 persons
$2,500 a breaking Blodgett any structlon
manta already have been This activity raised the total owhichlsprogressing. Seven new associates were west about 63 miles I
worked out for Ford's estimated of cot rles Is expected. entered in the parade for advertising so far this month to $864,812 A $30,000 permit for the gas inducted Into the organizationby west, of McComb a town that
Imitations officials of purposes only will be station was taken out last De.
130,000 workers and another 74, seven fine month in any other y.ar.but membership chairman William has experienced 16 racial bomb.
bands which will charged a $10 fee. cember 10, but no constructionhas
000 Chrysler. compete entry below the average in this record Loach. Ings In recent months
They call for higher pensions, Turkeys have already been breaking year There! are still been done on the station rtlsen I Karl They Include Leona Nosier said he and his wife
Increased pay, longer vacations ordered for the Exchange C I ub's three days left In Septemberand site. The revised estimated Gollln.Richard were alone watching television
additional holidays and other Fire Department annual Turkey Shoot to be heldat the million mark may yet be cost of $38,000 caused the own. Ertckson Neil White Diehard when the bomb went off outside
ers to apply last week to the Teach Uselma Smith and Jack
fringe benefits. attained.
the track on Saturday October their front porch about 9il8
Reuther said after Friday's Seeking ApplicantsNaples 31 from 7 a.m. to 12:30 Top permit of the week was the building office for an additional Love Jr. p.m. CST.

walkout that "the strike has Fire Chief G. P. RlnerIs $177,821 permit for the Install $8,000 permit. In other action members The mayor said he found the
been called because the General looking for applicants to fill p.m.The old "Heartbreak Hotel." lion of sanitary and storm sew. (Continued on page 2) voted to increase the sales commission glass doors smashed, w'" lows
Motors Corp. was unwilling to ers In Units 4 and 5 of The Moor. on Improved the front of
a vacancy on the fire depart. the Jaycee's "jail" for recalcitrants property along the white
meet the minimum standards In ment staff, a full time position. who have not Ings. Southern Gulf Utilities of from five per cent to *U per frame home shattered.
terms of working conditions, Applicants should be betweenthe face Miami holds the contract torthiswork No Small Claims cent. President John Wood explained police\ attributed the explosionto
beards Is a
having lifting, firm current.
The Miami
production standards, fair disci ages of 21 and $8, Riser that this was In line with a lime bomb tossed In the
pllnary procedures, representation aid, and application blanks may Mrs. Blodgett said and beard ly Is working on a storm water Court Session the commission schedules of yard near the front porch.
buttons will be put on sale by pumping station for the City.
and the many other things, be secured at the fire station. other board around the
mid-October. There was no building per. For September state
"We've received 10 entries mlt fee for the big permit be. For large transactions a sliding Weather Review

already in the beard growing cause the sanitary sewer and John W. Emerson, Ju1i") of the scale will be used with five

I Will One Of These Be Queen? contest" said Mrs. Blodgett storm drainage systems will be Small Claims Cwir. of Collier per cent charged on tale over Mae Mln, Rain
Into the City's and four
Incorporated sys. Coiitty, has announced that the $100,000 per cent on
"and a number of these nave Sept. IfH 91 7t Ole
tern, the Building Department September session of the court sales over 200000.
been from out of town resi ,pt. 20 11 n 003
explained. has been cancelled because the Guest speaker Hamilton
dents. This Is an Indication build Sept II tI 71 000 f
Storter and Davis plan to court records are In the pro. Hunter MAI! spoke on the Increasing -
that Interest In Swamp Buggy a two-story 12.unit condominium cess of being moved to the Court importance Hrpl 22 90 71 '.00
Days Isn't confined merely to apartment building 1964.86 Ala. BooM. Cash* which: would nor. of played by Kept 21Hrpt 'I 70 000
people living in Naples! manda In The Moorings The mally haw .mi : 1 In. Tn. .>. the Society Real Estate Appraisers 21Srpt. 'I 70 000

The East Naples Little building will contain 12 units and Jay, September 29th, will be in today' real estate 25 t2 70 0.00

I League will serve pop this year 10,800 square feet, according to 1\4II.I't J. TueadrjOctober 27th. (Continued m page 2) 0 te supplied ly Ctnbkten 0.4i .'.......
In addition to hot dogs and coffee plans drawn by Coral Cables

i .rv.a the secretary said archlte er. t Walter Robinson Shin. :.5 5 5. "5 5 :') '\ '.,,, 4" ....... i
Mrs. Blodgett also explainedthat Estimated construction cost of ." ?" ;
in order to insure "fasterand the Alamanda Condominium Is .;T"
better service" lithe track Owner Is Ken Schryver. .. a "
$90,000. ,
"'" . ;
gate another ticket window will Michigan and Rutenberg home :, : ,
be In operation. building firms contributed to the , : ,' ,
"There will be six window week. Michigan took ,4Ua ,"!k' .' >" r 1"'"
i big building ,11\:1"\.: .r H '
with two girl at each window", out permits for tour dwellings ...... :
r" _
Rutenberg two.Michigan ) . : "
she added. "This extra service .
should prevent any possible bot- will build the follow. : '"'" ,".. tf,4',

Ing residencesi WJ Longshore, ) : "
tleneck at the entrance ; ....'ij
r 6 SO Rudder Road $20,000; F.A.Jenckes .
will be
There an additional
'; "
650 Banyan Ctrclel, ',
number of reserved seats for
000, V.C. Andrews, S50 Harbour <; <
the races this year but Mrs. Drive, $18,000; and Paul Davis, ;
PENNY SALMON JANE CONNORS Blodgen said U is too earlyto 460 15th Avenue South, $18,000. I

say Just how many reserved Rutenberg will build a $23,711 '
In the face of keen competition swimming and knitting. seats win be put on sale. The house at 400 Hawser Lane for r. or' '''l'..,. .,. '.'
for the coveted title of "Swamp Miss Penny Salmon the Nap. new section of bleacher !U Mrs. L.C. Shatturk, and a $14,238 .'. .'.-..., 1Mt
Buggy Queen of 1964" two more les high student Is the daughter scheduled to arrive In Naples residence for R.P. Jordan,local, ... .--
girls have entered the race making of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Salmon ed at 1440 Osprey Avenue
October 3 the
a total of 28 to date who are of 1029 Sixth Lane North. She by secretary
seeking the honor. enjoys bowling and sewing and announced. Frank J. RooMY Construction
One of the contestants Is a plans to attend a beauty academy Co. of !t. Lauderdale plans to

Bonita Springs girl who Is em. following graduation from high fI'IOAr' THAN MM. O:* build a e3 square foot dining
played here In Naples by the school. She sponsored by Nap. FLORIDA TCXRIST WILL room addition to the Golfing Buc.:
Inter-County Telephone/ Com. lea Flowers. RUUIN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I censer, 2329 Ninth Street North.

pan and the other Is a Juniorat With less than a month to run. Owner Is George R. Guy, and
Naples High School who works entries close October 2J- Mrs. estimated cost is $16,000. n

part time for Publlz Market. Thelma Hodges contest chair r
The new contestants are Miss man, urges any girt who has not STATION TO COST $38,000 I
Jane Connors, 19, of BonIta yet acquired a sponsor to "go GREET Total estimated cost of the
Springs who Is sponsored by the forth and get cue. Contestantsmust Pure OH service station at 1190
Ace Beauty Salon la that town. be 16 year of age, or old. Ninth Street North will be $38, I
She Is the daughter of Mr. and er, and unmarried. For further 000, a permit In Process indicates. SUNSET AT DOCTOR PASS find a .heller patrolling the beach anda
Mrs. Frauds Connors of Su.QUlbanna. Information girls are asked to & B and M Construction: Co. fisherman trying his luck at the end of the! south jetty of the pass

Pa Her bobbles are contact Mrs. Hodges at MI2-4647. win build it for owners C.B. (NEWS photo)




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4 j,car alrrerwrm el rat srM er reaus A W> (AP) The
+ 7 U.S. government geared up
I! e rMdrv i today for big distribution at
home and around the world of
I what is sure to be a best seller
) The Warren Commission's find.
Ij B ..be ,,,Atd7Y a1A.4F logs on the assassination of
j 11 M President John F. Kennedy.The .
panel headed by Chief
Justice Earl Warren already
has turned in Its report of some
I iftSlr 800 pages for publication to be
S released at 5:30 p.m. EST Sun.
1 1y

day.The Government Printing Office .
Is starting off with a run
of 50,000 copies for home con.
t.. sumption, with more to be print.ed .
as needed.

uuu.ou__.... .. __ For the overseas public, the
U.S. Information Agency is
This Is the affidavit prepared by the date of Texas charging, lining up Its Voice of America
Lee Harvey Oswald with the murder of the President. shortwave transmitters to

a. broadcast news accounts of the
a r.
j report in 37 languages
USIA said It Is also speeding
(NA Telephoto) 25,000 pamphlets containing the
PRESIDENT GETS REPORTChief Justice'of' the Supreme commission's conclusions to 228
Court Earl! Warren hands President Johnson the Warren posts In 107 countries.
Commission's report on the Investigation of President Ken The Government Printing Of.
nedy's assassination. r flee copies go on public sale
r I here at 8:30 a.m. EDT Mondayat
tw $2.50 for a paperback and
$3.25 cloth bound. They may
jtb. also be ordered by mall from

Purge Of Older S. Viet the Superintendent of Docu.
)' ments, U.S. Government Print.

Y Ing Office, Washington, D.C.A .
This picture (above), made
through t four-power telescopic hardcover edition for $1.50
Generals Seems Likely sight, is approximately will be published by The Asso-
what the President's assassin dated Press for distribution by
saw. Defiant, sullen The rifle believed to be the Its members.

I SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) Saigon is possible at any time. The bullets which killed John Kennedy were fired from a Oswald (left) appeared In a murder weapon Is an Italian
A high government source said At the main Saigon post of. window (arrow) of the Texas Book Depository. Flowers were police lineup on the afternoon army rifle purchased from a
Saturday young military officershad flee, 15 soldiers combat gear placed near the spot where the President met death. of November 22. 1963. Chicago mall-order house Naples InsuranceMen
issued an ultimatum for took up posts inside. There were
the purge of older generals.The reports of marines concentratIng 1 To Attend
source said another coup in li the suburb of Jhu Due: (i tu 4 P 4sj National Meet
and lit buildup Ql.defensive posl.ttbns .

Fidel's Cattle I t UeoMthiS) 'biy/ dock. qn4 4hw. : er Threo Naples men will be
the military air base.
ainoif those attending. the annual
May Be Spared The source said the young P four-day convention of the National ..
officers were among the group : Association of Insunics
From Chewing Cud that saved Premier Nguyen Agents at the Fonlalnebleau Ho.

MIAMI (APCuban cattle Khanh In an attempted coup two tel, Mia.n! Bouon, Supi:a.noor 27.
may be spared the bother of weeks ago. They include the air 30.The
chewing their cuds under Fidel force commander, Sub-Brlg u f local men are Leonard H.
Castro's revolution. Oe ,N mlfao I far. the ty> King of the King! Insurance A sen.
Havana Radio saldSaturdaytha jonhwf| dW.vmMj51 II! ; |" cy, Inc., John A. Smith, pres.
prime minister has announced 'Ue'' said the'ultimatum i gave Ident of Smlth.Lesher Insurance,
the development of "a new food the government until Oct. 2 to \ Inc., and S. D. (JlmKollopulos,
grais Juice-which consists of purge a member of the ruling sir vice-president of the Smith.
ground-up Pangola." military triumvirate and the tasher agency. Mrs. King will
Pangola Is the name of a trop. demobilization of five other x / \ accompany her husbxil: j the

Ical grass which has been usedin generals accused of favoring a If 4 ....... : cowyaiillon.,
"The Insurance Industry Is
conjunction with molasses for neutralism.The > go.
livestock feed. triumvirate member was ing throO; : extensive changes in
identified as Lt. Gen. Tran wJQ esr > method, policy forms, packagepolicies
:! ,y Ef ci2 awwpWYM'NM"NM"'"' \.ll: ., and said .
Thien Khlem. He serves with N 4: ;,, wj rating", King ,
KKanh and Ma]. Gen. Duong 4 t .u "so that It Is completely ditf.
Van Minh. L erent than It was afew years ago.
Oct. IS, is two, days defore The Insurance agent today: must
-- Khanh's announced 'target date Mrs. Marina Oswald !Mrs. Marguerite Oswald take afrautatfi of every opportune
J. roR SUN FUN a flsRSilver of restoring civilian rule In Lee Harvey Oswald's widow Lee Harvey Oswald's rnothe I Ity to keep fully Informed in
South Viet Nam. this htjnl/ technical and rapidly
KingiMODCRN'SAFE I changing business, so that he can
Khanh who has gone north to
'> bynndun.tarn WARREN COMMISSlONVMembers of the WrarredClygpmission meet In their Washing ,r udar> the' 'bast service to hit.customers.
n FAST J try to, qpeUfc evolt; described ton conference room They are; from left to right, Rep Gerald Ford, lch.. Rep ."'
FISHING CRUISER sMl as aware Iribesmea of the, was split among Hale Boggs; D-Lar: .Richard Russell, D.Ga.; Chief Justice Earl Warren, chairman; Chiang Kai Shek Blames s' King is a director of the Flor.
I Sen. John Sherman John J. director
senior officers but there was no Cooper, RKy ; McCloy, Central Intelligence Ida Association: of Insurance:
2-28ST or MI 23940Cape. immediate word on how he Agency; Allen W. Dulles, former CIA chief, and J. Lee Rankin, counsel. Agents, the Host association for

Cecil Lamb reacted to it. the convwiUit, ail :t active on
said a Asian Troubles On Redseconomic several of the state committees.
The government source
u ..J..J President Johnson's announced Opponents of the bill charge It He jjsl complitil a term as
coup could come either from Bill "war on poverty," passed the taxes other
Appalachia poor regions for the
older generals or the young Senate Friday by a 45.13 vote. benefit of one area, and that It TAIPEI, Formosa (AP-Na. and technical aid to presldnit As. officers. tlonalist China's President South Viet Nam. Agents,
Aakod l about the reports, Ky Facing FightIn House all-oat Republicans fight against have It vowedan and particularly duplicates existing the big programs new anti., Chiang Kai-shek said Saturday the "This cooperation Is even forte) second: h'ni.

MPLE'S'CEIITRE said In a flat voices hope for support from Southern poverty act recently signed split between Peking and Mos. more Important In the contextof
"1f there is a coup it could be Lower House Democrats.The The states Involved are VIr. cow has gone beyond the pointof the present unstable situationIn
lit end if the country. bill links together a variety glnla, West Virginia, Alabama, reconciliation but he warned Southeast Asia," he said City Building .
In addition to Ky, the others WASHINGTON (AP) The of programs designed to open Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, that the two Red giants still Chiang looking hale and
in the young group were identt. administration's bill to boost the the highland region to greater North Carolina, South Carolina, pose a serious threat to the healthy despite his 77 years, (Continued from page( 1))
fled by the source as Comma economy of the 11-state Appala. economic opportunity, the chief Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennes. noncommunist world.In held his Interview at Grass R.W. Wood Construction Co.
dore Chung Tan Cang, Navy chian region has breezed one being a five-year, $840 mil. see. an interview the Generalis. Mountain, his summer resl. will make a 61 by 6Woot addl.
commander] Sub-Brig. Gen. De through the Senate, but faces lion highway construction pro. The Senate had only 58 mem. stmo told The Associated Press dence on the outskirts of Taipei. tlon to father's Naples Laun.
Period Of Nguyen Khanhj( Sul>-Brlg. Gen. stiffer opposition in the House. gram bers on hand Friday-Just sev. that while the personal rivalryof dry, 109S Fifth Avenue South, at
SEPTEMBER 27th THRU Cao Van Vlen, chief of staff, and Still, House leaders, who Another $220.2 million Is authorized en over a quorum. For passage Mklta Khrushchev and Mao a cost of $9,378. Lewis Pools
Sub-Drlg. Gen. Nguyen Chanh called off a scheduled vote on for two years to 1m. were 32 Democrats and 13 Re. Tze-tung was largely the cause Elect . will Install a swimming pool
OCTOBER Ird Thi, 1st Division commander. the $1.06-bllUon measure three prove health, education and publicans Opposed were eight of the rift, the dispute has been for S.E. Hunkln, 3035 Fort
SUN MON. TUES. The reported ultimatum came weeks ago, are confident of sewage facilities, and encourage Republicans and five Demo. extended to political, economic, (Continued from page 1)) Charles Drive, tor $3,000.IN .
as Khlem and Minh sat down passage If all supporters show Increased use of Appalachla's crate, Including Virginia's Har. cultural, racial and boundary activities. A.former member of
with the National Council to water, timber and coal re. ry F Byrd and A. Willis Rob. questions the Naples Board, Hunter now THE COUNTYA
start restoring civilian rule. up.The bill, a cornerstone of sources ertson. "Just the same," he cau. lives In $43,500 week at the Coun.
ClRR lll tloned, "Moscow and Peking Myers. ty Building Department raised
i "' " " continue to Hunter told the group that a
serious threatto
;.; >;; . pose a the county total to $211,467 so
BAKER( \{ .' ''L the free nations because they new chapter of the SREA was far this month, with three days
have never ceased In their at. being formed In Fort Myers,and still left.

WED. THUR. FRI tempts to communize the world that Collier Charlotte, and Biggest permit signed by
either by separate or parallel Hendry County Realtors were Building Official Carl Clemmerwas
Mifflv! SA WW.US HI R BROCCai.IMRINIK1 ( ... actions. eligible for membership In the for a $29,000 tackle shopat
APARTMENTSFOR "The free nations would be organization The charter for the Captain's Landing at
making a tragic mistake if they Marco. Owner indicated .
FROM RUSSIA the new chapter will be closed Nathan Hunt
to comfort
were derive any
he will build It. The
its October 12.
WITH 1..111: from the Moscow.Peking split during Membership meeting applications are shop building will be 42 by 117
and to relax their vigilance
Sf t Q HfIRY[ u-WIfS MIlD Nw aeumJ'.IUMI110WRTI against the Communist bloc's available now at the NaplesBoard's feet.State Homes Inc. Is building

: mmEIiIJ' RENT and FOR SALE scheme of world domination." office executive secretary a $10,200 residence east of 1m.
Chiang blamed Communist Haven Hammer said. mokalee for William A. Paul.
China as the source of all the Hunter also said a 12-week Sheffield! Construction will builda
SATBUILET troubles plaguing Asia. He de. course In appraising is being screened-porch addition cost.
clared that neutralization can. conducted in Fort Myers for Ing $1,700 for Herbert K. Friesat
fcriffADMIN not possibly deter Communist those interested In appraising Brookside. Hem and Blbee
attempts to dominate all of property. The course covers will build a $1,600 utility room
( x. Southeast A.la.Restattnl depreciation factors cost of for William E. Schultz in North
MS Audit Murphy in color a theme close to his Naples.
property, develop. .
heart, he urged support for a
return to the Chinese mainlandby ment of property and other
' HEATED SWIMMING POOL his forces facets essential for intelligent ROtogs TOtshSTsOWILL$
: appraising, he said.
"The most direct and surest
\.r AIL, THEATRE way of safeguarding the peaceof President Wood announced RETURN FOR WXJTHCR! VISIT I

Asia Is for the Republic of that all members of the Board
SUN. NON 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments China to liberate the Chinese would be welcome to attend
mainland and thus put an end to the MLS meeting Tuesday to
SEPTEMBER 27t" 35th the source of all these trou. hear David C. Jones.Jr.. talk GR rr
DORIS DAY I FOR RENT FOR COMING SEASON bles," he said. on his experiences during his
asked to appraise his 171 EM
recent trip to Russia.
relations with the United States, A
'Id r llftli r. ,

...w..r... cwa. r said."Further deterioration of the Drive Carefully And Lire fnILE
1 and 2 Bedroom situation In Southeast Asia has -
PLUS SECOND T/ATUS _! ApartmentsFOR resulted In even closer coopera.

lion and coordination between The Naples Medical Center
tCLYDIBEATTY SALE PRICED FROM $13,900 nut two countries."
He said his government had
responded to an American ap. ANNOUNCES
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naplot, fi... Sunday S.p.."'"' 27. l ItW 3 f"f!,..",, ,-" , #$11:-: ',''l-.l'" '","

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A faint quivering of cool, have to travel to East Naples
moist air In the early morn- County Courthouse otherwise. tJ SUNSHINE SUPREXr
ing Is tending the message to Books are open now and will t. ,
Everglades that fall Is Just close October 3.
around the corner. Very soon Miss Linda Garrett spent a
now the cypress will shed their weekend visiting with friend
feathery leaves and become Virginia Ann Rlndy who Is attending "
white and barren. Ghost-lite Edison-Junior CollegeIn
they will stand like sentinels Fort Myers. She also visited 100 EXTRA STAMPS

sharply etched against the win- with her uncle and aunt, JtiJt -
ter's cobalt sky. Sleeping- Mi. and Mrs. Gerald Garrett, WITH PURCHASE OF

until spring comes again... while in Fort Myers. 't t
Perfect flying weather will Saying goodbye to friends and A GIANT
add to the enjoyment of a fast parents Mr and Mrs. Mitchell"Mutt"
vacation for Ronnie Wardell House at least for a
He will visit first In Point while was Mrs. Cecil Oglesby. SALVO a 4
Pleasant, West Va., and on Husband Cecil Is stone-crab
to Findlay, Ohio where he will bing at Stlenhatchee and she
be the guest of the Ken Wei- will join him there. He Is em- f r
mer's and will spend a few ployed by Paul Irmtnger of
days vacationing with them In Everglades. 694
Benton Harbor, Mich. Ken STUDENT COUNCIL
will return to Everglades after Plans have been made by the

the first of October, to attendto Everglades Student Council to ,. '..... ,
his duties as President of attend a District meeting to be ;.J ,.
Waterfront Development Co., held In Naples. Oct. 3. Officers ..
developing Everglade Shores. of the Student Council aret ILff .
Ronnie will return with him. Katheryn Slaughter, president .
Another sign of fall... Ever- Glen E. McDuffle, vice-presi .V.
glades Chamber of Commercehas dent, secretary,Judy Ballardand
the County registrationbooks treasurer Angle Hancock. (NEA Radio-Telephoto) 50 EXTRA STAMPS "

to help newcomers to this The Student Council members SOUTH AMERICAN VISITOR-French President Charlesde 1
area to register to vote In the are elected In each year Gaulle lays a wreath at the statue of Simon Bolivar, WITH PURCHASE OF
November election.They would and they choose their sponsor South American liberator, In Bogota, Columbia. De Gaulle
who will aid. advise and assist is on a 26-day, 10-nation tour of Latin America. GIANT
them for the year. Sponsor .
H.W. Clouser chosen for this year Is Amos

Metropolitan Inturanca Consultant Browning, teacher In Ever- the towns participating In the until Mrs. Joyce Bateman held THRILL '
glades High. Junior high as meeting are, Key West, Marathon one at her house last week.
well as the Senior High, have Mrs. Alice lies of Stoner
Immokalee. La Belle,
Metropolitan INHJIANCI OOU Life.ANnw the benefit of the Student Coun Alva Everglades and Naples. Ave., will be hostess to another
VCMK N.v. cil. The District meet for Mr. and Mrs. Heyward Smith party on Monday Sept.
"will" gladly recommend a Student Councils will be at Naples and Mr, and Mrs. Jack Daniels 28 at 6i30 p.m All are In

program to fit your personal Senior High the purpose were home for a few days from vited. I
Lira Insurance mainly Is for all councils In the Pompano fishing fleet basedat Glen Slxvold ofGutzke,Mkt
nttdi. Call or write: the District to meet and exchange Marathon. The Smiths live down from the cold north winds
Midway 23091P. Ideas for the better- In Copeland, and Gladys had a for the winter season. He will
ment of the Councils. Lunch fish with McBeth Johnsononhls
few to care for her
O. lox 995 NapUs! will be In Naples. Some of Everglade Orchid collection. Pompano boat "Edepeg". ThisIs Hi-C_

Mr. and Mrs. LJ. Smith visited not Glen's first trip to FlorIda
In the Keys this week, he spent several winter

J'HJ,..., vfffllf0SfL'fwi with Edna's mother Mrs. HJ<. seasons In Goodly,and work 50 EXTRA STAMPS DrinksWITH
I Slbthrop at her residence on ed on a Stone-Crab boat while r
I teaches school on Pl n- Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Grayof 346-OZ.
Fret MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, Fla. throp tat "xi Key. Tampa, visited with parents, 88
Edna recently graduated from Mr and Mrs. Hank Bishop of

$EpTEMDER Mount Sinai Hospital. Miami, Everglades. They were only
as a nurse. En route home, able to stay four days. Strawberry
I she stopped by North Miami Mr. and Mrs Tom Herne
I General Hospital and got a Job and family have moved to Lee Preserves / SWIFT'S
there. She will be staying Cypress. Herne Is a Wild Ufe I
with daughter and son-in-law Officer with the State Game
Virginia and Freddie Williams Dept., stationed in the Ever PREM 39*

ON Virginia Is a Registered Nurse. glades area for preservationof 49ct:
under the State Wild- /
Again en route to Everglades, Can *
MOTOROLASTEREO :* the'Smith* decided to visit(heir life Conservation Department. j "
f grandchild in Fort Myers, who \;\
Hi lives with her parents Gall and BREAKS ARM a-oz.. JAR
Fidelity Buddy Smith. They reside on Stevie Brown, 6, son of Mr. SUNSWEET
Palm Avenue. and Mrs. Floyd Brown fell from Prune i
Big Savings! Big Saving! the swing bar, while swingingIn
U ANOTHER PANTHER STORY the yard of the home of his
Now la tha tlma to buy tha Motorola tiara you va alwayawantad
lacauia of a apaclal purchiu. w.... now abla Jt Several nice people called to aunt and uncle, Caroline and 37 :
to offer you awaptwially low prlcaa an quality MotorolaSlarao. Jf comment on our "Panther"story Corlis Robinson. Stevle was Juice Qt.
I featured Chokoloskee rushed to the hospital and found
fJf8'1J Coma In today) Lat ut pus' you a damonatratlon of tha 1 1v
many...:...Ionl Motorola Itarao ftaturaa W.ham a wlda last week. Here we go again... that his wrist was broken. He
CO"0 rtNNYpfwup.rbabM.r.ryl..roohow.. from, .'ao If It was like this Ed Moore Is able to attend first gradeIn
": ........ you'ra looking lot tha buy of your lift with punt aavtoaa. Everglades
lot l ., y who lives at Deep Lake on Elementary I
III lot for you an.wlanq Route 29 approximately 16 School with his arm In a splint
parnNN.NM. Ko miles north of Everglades, bandaged. The doctor stated EArPATTIES!
found lying asleep In his yard, that he would not be able to put !
iall luc s 11900 a big dog. On closer Inspection the arm In a cast for two
the big dog turned out to weeks
be aPanther.... Scott ran fora Alphonso Lopez of Copeland SOMETHING :
22 rifle shot the panther who Ave. has returned from the hospital 6911DIFFERENT lb.

ran Into the garage, staggered In Miami He was under I
Into the garage wall which oxygen to remove water from
knocked him down, but not out- his lungs. He Is reported to O
he scrambled to his feet and ran be much Improved. Mock Chicken
way to the deep woods. Any- Still on the sick list are Legs
Mamie Ozmer and Marie Wilson -
way this Is the way I heard It.
both are teachers In Everglades \

IN HOSPITAL schools. Get well 4 for 594 I '
Mrs. Belle House returnedto wishes are extended from their
the Baptist Hospital, Miami many friends and pupils.As .
this week for another examination a pampered guest we KIDS LOVE 'EMI' :
MODEL, 8K16OMurttChannal ... and adjustment toherback. spent our first "real" day off
Ampllllar" with 1 oulpullr.n.for".r.. On. I", two I'.p..k. Mrs. House was Injured In a In many moons with daughters I
.... Dull Sopphlr aryl 4 Spoof Automatic Record! Changer. fall at the Everglades School Marie Ludlow, Beverly Brawn-
Hocord Sloraga taw Mahogany Walnutfond gralnod tlnlahaa on and underwent surgery on her er and Lois Walker In Good- ,pNi "! irti,
ponuln' hardboard and aalact hardwood aollda. tI' high, SO aid., She vfly '
back over a ago. land.Marco r .
R ,
1W: dooo. Beach
was Just as
to school's prin-
AIM AVAIUkOU HI tam' ADIMCAN STniNO. ."PU OJUINtO riNISM. Is Secretary Morris. Sister- lovely as we remembered It THE MOST COMPLETE
!.11.wn.12 V Ma. 17V/.... cipal Aubrey ,
In-law "Jlmmle" Robinson to be, company was exellent r14 ,
drove her to Miami. and the perfect day was top- PRODUCE MARKET
Mrs. Lloyd House had a nice ped off with pineapple Ice ,

I stay with her sister, Mrs. creamHomemade.. '
"Capt." Daniels, In Naples.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Dukes IN NAPLES
and Mrs. C.W. Saundersof recent residents of Evergladeshave
the Blue Heron Motel Cafe, purchased a beautiful new
Chokoloskee,returned home after home In South Naples, Dewey ?
a long vacation Michigan. Polly Realty handled the sale.
Saunders' mother returned Mrs. Dukes Is with the Collier CABBAGE 84'LFancy
home with them and Is enjoy- County Sheriffs Department In
ing the time of her life. This Naples.
Is the first time she has visited Mrs. Alice Kelly, owner of '
Florida. the Islander Apartments In Na-

Several years ago there was plea, is visiting for a few days
F a flurry of Tupperware parties with Capt. and Mrs. H.E. Baking

In Everglades. Many attended ,Smith.
bk1Le. 24900 and purchased this modern
plastic-age product and enjoyed than 1,000 POTATOES L'r.
It, then- no more parties peak two miles high
MINI SPEAKER SOUND SYSTEM Wld Soattrum' S..... Sound
$ .-with Camprotalonalra .....Vlbraaonlc Syalam Nina Spaakar: lbc.llo
on.ir woofor. lour T"mid-fang. ,two VlbraaonM,two t/C twaatara.Faathor NAPLES
Trace Ton Arm with DIAMOND and Sapphlra styli. Storao Input FLY -
Jacki. S Iitaraal Spaakar Jack. Canuln Walnut. .*nro and aalact 494
naidvood aolld. n-hlah,11$' w/d.,1r d..,. MIAMI bag
OUH.T-4H I mum MOW "... ,. irtote
New Year Round Daily Schedule

N pUs, To Miami
'."5 A.M. 11.30AM. 3.45 P'.M.:

pIENvlar' 900AM. Miami 2.15P.M.To Naples 500 P.M. I 'r. SUPREX

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Mt, last rt/1N "VIHUI !bpl* Alr,.rt CHeM' a MU.I Airport I ..... 'HOME Of THE BEST FOR LESS .TOP. QUALITY, MERCHANDISE

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ele'1 SEPTEMBER .." .,"L. 6 ( 1":1.. ...,,' 1IIf. '" \ RALPH W. LOEW, D.D.
SUNDAY, 27, 1964 ".... VI {
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Q.1 The Wilderness Bill (i.. Q. .."a;: .,
'. Even If it passed no other Important may be considered the only tropical or ; : .. ',;,I Among the most praisedand

laws, which It has, the Eighty-eighth sub-tropical waterland area In the con ; ; least practiced of virtues An I
is that of forgiveness.
.. United States Congress, Second Session, tinental United States. Already it is one amazing number of people Ft

has earned a secure place in history and of the state's most valuable natural assets who pray every day "'Forgive

the gratitude of future generations with and Collier Countians; are looking '. us our trespasses' continue,
: to bear ancient grudges
the Wilderness Bill. forward to the day when the Western .' N e keeping the hurts as though
Ij Signed Into law several weeks ago Gateway at Everglades City will be completed / t they were members of the

by the President, this legislation sets and provide another route of ingress \ j family. A little soul search
? reveal that
l ing can generally
f aside 0.1 million acres of remaining virgin to this wilderness wonderland.The ?/>. ;". 1 .. too many of us who espousethe

$ wilderness in 13 states to be forever significance of Everglades Na- ' "- worth of forgiveness miss

protected from the encroachments of tional Park Is not as obvious to the casual ; ; the experience of actually
an irritating hurtor
civilization. Florida was not one of the visitor as is the case in many other overcoming healing a broken friend father he Is a son, and when

states most affected by the bill because National Parks, but there is a subtle : ship. Too often we regard he comes home there Is a

Everglades National Park, and other fed- charm and a real lasting beauty in this forgiveness as a sign of weak robe awaiting him and a welcoming -
instead of adventurein
ness an Into the family circle.
erally protected areas In the state, assures vast wilderness region that is unlike any strength. That which others only saw

that Floridians and visitors will forever other part of this country Even the tow Forghenrss Is renewal To as a delinquent boy, the fa-

have access to thousands of acres ering clouds are a part of the landscape, much forghe of Is our to attitude restore.about Too ther household.saw as a member of the

I II of land maintained In its original cond making a constantly changing backdropfor forgl\eness Is that of the In our swift rush through

tion. the open glades of sawgrass inter y ; patronizingly superior ego" life we are too ready to tag

"Forever" time with hammocks of which sass "I forgive you. labels on peoples or groupsor
Is a long, long spersed tropical trees. As though with quick Angerswe and remember some

though. The depletion of resources else- In i addition to the birds and wildlifeto a e' e rz were living something to ancient races violation of custom

where and the needs of a larger population be seen on walking or boat tours of ,,, someone. Forgiveness comesin Instead of some recognition
r the midst of an experience of what we were meant to
someday build to the Park one also view shell mounds
may up pressure may 0 not In the dispensingof be. We even have trouble forgiving
exploit these sanctuaries.The which were the sites of ancient villagesof .1 rtJ some impersonal charity ourselves nursing out'

new law does give the President the Calusa or Tequesta Indians, who It must be something of own ancient sins Instead ,of

to land from if inhabited the In this spirit that inhabits those knowing the grace of for
h power remove protection Everglades preColumbian who value antiques. That re- giveness.The .

I, he deems it In the national interest, and times.It quires a knowledge of style Lord's Prayer places

r what one Congress has done, anothercan may be said that Everglades Na a recognition of integrity in before men of all faiths a
7'ItoRR/ wood or metal an appreciation
f undo.It tional Park Is made of things to possibility of day-by-day un-
up many of original beauty. If thatis derstanding ol the whole I
. is more likely, however, that our be seen, smelled, heard, or felt. The x------ M understood, then layers of process of renewal. We pray

t children and our children's children will significant value of the Park will materially :h.t ,:< __ ." . --.. .- . varnish and years of grimecan God to forgive us as we for
i consider that this has bequeathed be forgiven. But that forgiveness give our brothers. We knowGod's
generation increase with the passage of time. is not a published
forgiveness. It's a part
to them a resource more valuable Everglades National Park, incidentally WASHINGTON. Dil'SMAlt. NEWS FROM statement; it is a tedious of the contract that our

than any other a resource that is one of the landmarks to be Included WASHINGTONASSOCIATED working at the idea. It's the brother know that also. liemembering -
BUSINESS"r : careful I scrubbing of the the classic beautyof
nourishes not commerce or industry, but In the observance, September 28- PRESS piece of furniture removing mutual understanding see'

the human soul. October 4, of American Landmarks Week C.HIUON' HAKDU. the old varnish strengthening ing the possibility of personal

Collier Countians are, or should be, The celebration is sponsored by the National the weakened piece, and. growth and understanding
Some five years ago the Federal -|, It must be borne In mind thai WASHINGTON (AP) Final keeping at it until what someone we can set about the tedious
well aware that Everglades National ParkIs Trust for Historic Preservation, with Trade Commission made a a store contracting with a aettlement of all Issues has else has called "junk" is business of removing the

one of the greatest landmarks that has Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson as honorary cursory study of the trading tamp firm agreea to buy canceled and annulled threat. now restored to classic layers of accrued hurts. What

been set aside for preservation and enjoyment chairman.All stamp situation, but decided atampa equal to a fixed percentage ened strike action by 150,000 beauty. someone else called: junk we
there were valid for
no ground of the store volume. railroad shop workers In Jesus' story of the prodi- see as renewed familvhood.I
by this generation and genera- Americans should be, and certainly taking any action For example, In a food store, Francis A. O'Neill, a member gal son, he noted that the boy America does n't know
tions to follow will be with the passing years, grate. Now, the FTC J baa been reappraising I the store 1% of must Its gross usually volume turnover to of the National Mediation had run away from home and what to do with its junk. Its
The Park preserves In a natural condition ful for the Wilderness Bill which will the situation and It U the stamp company, receiving I Board, announced Friday that wasted the family inherit abandoned automobiles cro.,
reported sometime thus fall the stamps In return In states an agreement had been reachedon ance. lie had abused his body ate an esthetic problem. Its
the largest representative portionof save for them and their children some of agency will where milk prices are controlled the Issue of pay guarantees and torn up the old family larger problem Is what to do

the greater Everglades region that the natural beauties of our country. come oat with r' wri by law, the auks of milk for shopmen who lose their Jobsor traditions. In the end he was with its junked communityand
a fall report are not Included<< because the suffer pay cuts because of broke, hurt, trying to maintain human relations. There
.f studies I authorities In those slates have operational changes. existence and stave off is the possibility of renewal
made of tradIng decreed that giving stamp la. Earlier this week, agreementhad starvation by working in the not of discard. To forgive Into
:otb.e stamps In I . been reached on four other most menial of jobs. restore. We need to workat
r.g'. relation to
\ say r issues He was junk. But to his
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS the antitrust Although a retailer must buy that possibility.
A scheduled
laws stamp on the bail of his grosssales daybreak walk.
eee they are not given out on out Tuesday was postponed In.
The study Is sale of lei* than dime. definitely after negotiators an. * * * * * *
being cractl-- eee nounced tentative settlement of QUICK QUIZ
t catty- nftnedcwH: : ; the Job security issue COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
t to the two leading national Thus, according to the present
: t\ big
J. trend of the FTC atudlea, 'Q-Whll
Arm The snake
trading stamp Quei- does haveto
Defense a
Instead of marking Items at For Department has tight. HAYER. AaaociaU Editor
tlon studied the
being concerns 9 rents, they are evened off ened Its standards of conduct to swallow its food whole MARSHALL WYATT Adv. Managar
issue of whether or not with
I these two stamp plans' exclusive at a dime. bar military and civilian per. A-A snake's teeth are ALBERT 0 POLK A, Much Supt.
sonnet sharp like needles and DAVID HERMANSON. Clre. Director
contracts with retail outlets eee from accepting free point
lunches other forms backward. They cannot be MRS. LOUISE DAUB Office Mlr.
damages their competitors However In order to pay for of enter.
who must either do without the stamps, the retailer must talnment or gifts from contrac. used for tearing food to Published' dally: axctpt Mondaynd
trading stamps, or offer a lesser mark up the merchandise tara, pieces. the collier Saturday' County, In tha afternoon Co.by,
known brand of trading stamps prices to cover thin loss of 2"! Assistant Secretary of De. Inc.. 741 Twelfth Avanua..h Soul, Hafit. -
eee of his gross volume to the itamp tense Norman C. Paul told 0-Is more than one type pies. .. HMO. Mall addraia P. 0.
This becomes an Interesting firms. Actual studies show thai newsmen that the practice of of sword used in fencing Soli 1737.
theory Inasmuch aa FTC la the Increase In price to be defense personnel accepting A-In modern fencing hplrtm.nt.Teisphone' Midway illsa ail

e'1 wr I/i now considering aa the brands various, the somewhere around IV; contractor-paid lunches "will be three weapons are used-the Member of The Associated Press
trading stamps
eee promptly curtailed, we hope." foil the and the saber. wMeh a enldled eeeiuaveiy' to" the
t epee
same aa cans of pork and use for publication of all "local
Humphrey Dumpty '' beans, or any other com mod It, The difference, It Is suspected :4/wlIIJ1Itlftl Although similar, each of news llama printed In tint papar .auwell
that goes Into trade channels by the FTC la made up by ". these weapons has a methodof aa all AP news dispatches.Entered at
eeeIt retailer pricing the less than a THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS use all its own. the Post Otfica aa second at Naples clan ,matter Florida,
-4 so, they would then come dime Item up to an even dimeIn when meting a purchase Under Act of March 3, IW7.
r.al, +Vtsiil P1fllPP under the laws and regulations order that the extra -
e. v ; r profit on -- - - - -mrm-m- ----Mrrrrrr -* ** nrfir *
( prohibiting restraint of trade. these items will make up for
eee the !ty' of 1" The findings of Historical
., .',. The FTC la also pursuing In the FTC when released should COLLIER COUNTYBy
I thla connection another Inter be Interesting and should be a
I eating theory. That la baaed on factor In the current study being KURT CRIESSHABER . AND
I ;e whether er not trading stamps made of the growing spread SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
? F.yi 'b1 rt e 'Y,1 J i In effect, exercise price fixing between what farmer receivedfor _:
In retail outlet food and what the consumer II.
VrtNr'd TATO 1 I eee pays for It. Whether or not this COLUMBUS, THE FIRST CONQUISTADOR
FTC become quite Interested Information will make consumers -
rbfr In the fact that stamps are generally decide they would rather
In the next few ankles read-
not given with purchase have lower prices than stamps
I lest than 10 cent.. remain to be seen ers will be given a number of
I ( ,} .01..1 r..oI i,. IndqnAml. n"I",.. facts gathered by the author
from European archives in recent
raft edeeen teeters fine meer
rise b.l.e5p en tb. NO.e le ua yn.pn erpblkelwn. years. Much of this Information -
Alt' en eobnea. I. ........".... ere has been
never pub-
sow lie NyoeabUlg Jan ....-11 aide.I .
lished In the United States

; ,\.:; ,-... ..,. .. .,'. ,. ... l' Examination of an old map
< ;
f "x ..... : 'M ; showing the four voyages of ,i I II II
Columbus makes It

ACROSS 0 A It L I N r. T A I I.1 I.- I

-i Tiresome 28. Pythlae' f. R It t. 0 0 R A, C. L t.

1I I work friend 8 0 G A R C I. Eo 0

6. Roll call 32. Goddell: T A w S T A T u t. .

1 by 10. Tome Lal. A T B 0 T I S S V t.
11, Rousseau 3.5. Fill out
character P t 0 A L 0 R t. N 0
31. Plercewith
13. Discern. .horns; . U NIP I I Nt. f' I N ':

menu 38. Blchlrd A L. L. t R C Nt' .

j H. Raulct undercurrent c. 1 I C.. to R 0 C.. A R 0 L.
U. Roam U. Insect egg I D t S. N I A 0 A R 4
; about I
U. Sun drled '
0 0 T
16, Statement brick S. Eo r T. t M to '

or denial n. Riding SOLUTION OP YfSTUDAY'S PUZZLE i
We're Anti-Intellectual---We Q 18. Colorado academy
"Who Says Indiana U. Monk DOWN 5. Relteralf J

Use the Best Heads Available UJ 20. Wag parrot Euabllth 6. Connected
I 21. Fr article .6. Hindu 2. Chemist 7 Skip

, 22. Fished for reincarnation pearshapedvoid 8. DuTldent ,......-- - "
lamprey. n. Female Operative Columbus Exhorting His! Men
2. Modern rufa 3. Lrvamlne 10. Doubtful
that he skirted the Florida coaston In 1486 while
26. Textile U. Arab craft 12. Parisian sailing In a wes
fabric beverage 4. Portent lummers his latter trips. From ancient other historians of the 15th terly direction. He made a
17. Cotton documents the author has Century. chart of the Brazilian coaston

I 2) S st y/ F seeder gleaned the following Informs Why didn't the Danes pursue this voyage The chart
19 Rants tlon. these discoveries? First of afterwards was used by Magellan -
9 4, t 30 td 'E :U. Sadden (1)) In the middle and early all, their warlike king decided on his historic voyage.

IJ 'f 27.Z7. loknlef 1400 several canoes filled to use his army for the con- Martin Behalm sailed under
Mouaelikeif with bodies of dead Indians quest of the Swedish provinces the flag of Portugal and the

i 11 29 mammal reached the Azores and Canary but a series of natural catas- pilot of his vessel expired In

%p\\ oJunoI' Epithet Islands driven by westerly trophies struck Denmark and the presence of Columbus and,
ig I' ::1".1-: -- rI'/r'//I&I 30.1'ddg winds. The badly decomposed destroyed Its economy. Firsta with his dying breath asserted

, II I. It marjoram bodies were declared to be tidal wave hit the harbors they had been driven to some
; 31 Abyss. neither Negro: or white. It ruining many ships then t western continent
11. :;0. tr a tS i. tight was supposed that they came famine and outbreaks of the (S i) The monarchs of Spain

1 32. Double from Eastern India. plague ravished the land. were finally convinced that It
II JI 31 JS J.
1.11 33. Bib wiich't (2)) A Polish explorer John ((3) In 1477 Columbus sailed was worthwhile to help In financing

ft NuRMONo l"f I" SS .y 4' 34 home Worship Szkolny, sailed from DenmarkIn to distant Thule known today an expedition under';

/7 36. Like a the service of the Danish as Iceland. Besides bearing Columbus. It was declared'
47 If house king and reached Labrador and of the Viking voyages to Imperative that he show samples

141 .. 39. CHI yielding New England In 1476. Szkolny America Columbus Interview of wealth and booty when
ITO I ft Johann Szkolnius Is men ed sailors who had voyaged with he returned.

47 N 40. Undulate tioned In the writings of Wyt- Szkolny. (Coming articles will disclose

44 ArrniPor :fllet,Pontinlus Horn,DeCosta. ((4) Martin Behalm the Bo- little known facts about
[DMUNO. a VAITMAN cants.. r.ee, NARTFORD. TWElr Hm. 26min. ".INw/...,.... C Gemma: FrUlui, Clrav and hemlan Crptaln, reached land the four voyages of Columbus.) 1

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way across a mountain near Santa Barbara, Calif. Homes, a monastery and a college 303 Can 15c
dormitory were victims of the spreading fire. limit Three .
Fog EncouragesSanta SPECIAL
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Before flying to his LBJ OFFERMarcrest t
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Friday night, the President FightersSANTA 4'. *'*. Sl!
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Of 3 StatesJOHNSON Texarkana, U.S.A. so named but firemen began to speak P' t ; ; SAVE 23< QUAKERAutomatic
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because the city straddles the
CITY, Tex (AP) Arkansas and Texas border. Us The rampage.blaze has charred 88,000 Else. Percolator l ;', R.6.Or Quick
President Johnson relaxed \
Johnson himself stood at a p 0 2 2 5cCOFFEE
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since It Tuesday.
Saturday on his home acres aftera border straddling podium to : ';:
It Is still out of control. No estl. .:.
three-state tour In which he mock repeatedly the campaign ,' ? f I Tour Choice
mixed horsemanship, states slogan of the Republican presl. mate has been made for con. ,1
manshlp and stump-style poll. dentlal candidate, Barry Cold trolling it. But the weather r
long the firemen's foe tub.
ticking. waten "You know In your heart + '
Johnson displayed his horse that he Is right." denly turned benign. 7"MAKER
at Oklahoma City, It sent Pacific fogs, In ever. ,
manshlp Said Johnson "Social Securt.
mounting a palomino quarter ty Is the haven for our elder deepening layers, Into the steep 22 oa. C
horse at the state fair and can. citizens . some of the voices canyons of the Santa Ynei ; Reg. $699 limit Two 19
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Texas hat In the air, Buffalo Bill He used much the same rhe. On many ridges firemen bat. COLORS DHSEY
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The statesmanship came sir. other Issues on which his views of zero visibility fog The fore i Clip Coupon
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Johnson greeted civil rights, the limited nuclear Tissue .15
/M celebration Lopes Mateos of a treaty of Mexico ending In a Nations test and ban others.treaty,the United The Santa Ana windswhich *.' Booklet You
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define the word, politicking wanted "Justice and equal and disappeared. No more are fore. SAVE 4c DIXIE DARLING WHOLE WHEAT
occupied all or part of the rest fair treatment for all citizens cast. They blow from Inland to I
of Johnson's day U he mixed under our constitution." the sea. The only breezes ex. FREE THIS WEEK
with cheering crowds and delivered Sharing the podium with him pected over the weekend are 16 ot. C
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I Debbie tfIM: cLdW1. wWDII and kifel tit be taken t<. ,
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awnrwl. Tfcw att* ,Sfl* wart ctor TModur afttmwBi l. KMat U .. ". .

Depots DOXM: Dona* a04Ctn& /ytaatpat Totaaii .dti7.tneotary A hot dry summers "e" report by Mrs. Hjfo d Ii?" .. ..
DouM. tope tad Eat Tfe.ine Scrod, lam e.C r.aby. ... i:: .I
Ko'b' from .
Mxldl tov.rt, N. Y Ther flower\ have .
tat. Dwrbt Jbfcoju nut Litton "w II&NnIW .e pftMiJlI1' \gjrd ns .
meede1 to lcaplaOa suffered, but they" have watered the ve9etebks. and .. ,P." 1
Mr. sad Mrs. Jiidti Tkcrap.KB w. nmafi. loin. yknperJuhnaus
a bumper crop o* tocnvjtic**, l lettuce' and melons
and sou >rta ant Kattft> 11&/I.:......., Mrs: 3.t.weo .
+u aWl a. biuuiM trip M FartMm till.. 11.10 amearingto The I Kofces h.ve been I m touch wr1+!, several! Ne.pdi'

last f jf4rtnj.! Y>{MM. tans m me area,, wtidlwdwrg Mf and Mrs Richard Gerrv
MOM Lois B0VW4 ft** 6acoopl TIle efiiir at ml 't'Qm&1+ f son of Middletowlli and> the B.iftt.im4! Oub Earner this a
apaodtap a. ct winks to BAT&tlii E.m ntir7 Sdiod
111.tt1InIf! : fts. fl1l 110 male Bttl: cart out of puff? month, Mn
ant (Ian* I* rUtt fti tterjUlns mil MontH mesa! '''1;nlf8l1t i the guests .t a bndg 1 tunch 1fQ" gwen bf Mn. 0 How
bat,* rvturninif ftoin. emir! ftMUt: see Mr. JWwn.u std "
WoKe in Mtitfcfd The, parr: was heW at The Fowcrisr
At tile Toiami BrflfcJ CLt.ntarr a subocuut tt\Wller sad ttuisr
a. Scnod, Mr: *. 00 3t.Oea. bus drtrtr. Ur*. JLilMlm lief which" s over a "hundred and firly years 'old i and famous

.... ta* ant, second amt ettntgraJ sad icprdUM tatfcflmMftt trontItirco for its C\/ sit1..
tMcter, trtdtwl O* efilii.na the CII13d1'tn.
S4t'ltCIII" That same day wft> tad S ,J] days* to a cup cake: wtta a. MBB this few 8 tUttocr srisatan Wolfe" nd Mr 8'o's' were l ncKing, witH a group

n < ....ft* lop.Ok \bud lit iui to mtwniuac of 1 12 friends These "man, arc tesponskaa) for NAOMI FLOYDFloydLogan
Dtwtlno a. enc ( radur, ant the pra+4va SI ll1ll1. T>*r* raising
,tV was tart on.Inspirational. tIbf Giutdams ,141.. wart 50 P1IUtl m teltfII.4orl., .wit fund for the upkeep of the! farmer Ccvewor Panthot

rnirym tnjcjrtnj. this ", mCldIIII "home'> vwh ch, is now the AMford Public\ Library; M,. Kabgv I IMr.
ibner en tile grand X2rmrrun
Day fGJml1' tnjuywl Bjta.to 'rt infsrmjli talk en* Africa jf the! rr** mg The

Guild U1( clU2Ura amt grt+e.up.tPtag ,Y.. Ko/bcs/ plan!: !ta arrive if their. hem. err Sow:, line Drive 1
Planned By out tue a alum Silt about November!: first and Mrs. W. E. Floyd press Chapter 236, Orfcrf! ;4
wu tl ftr JVirrr Stacty. Bouts Springs are announcing Eastern Star In which sh ife
For October 2 TMr U dredge wart iat; (. Mr Nielsen Brown, a farmer. , Ce-in o' SyKus L Un- UM engagement of their daughter, the office of "Ada. MlsiFM

St. Aunt" OUil annutmcM But teas 8or Tilt and ta* tw of verity. gave a talk: en> the" T7hto; : same\ 3CC Forestersgathered M mt. to Franklin D. Logan of Is currently employed r i V

"A DAT or HCOtUCdTDP lfi. new read to Mxrco.T5 ,, L : froM> all"' ever, the country in Milford Naples, son of J. B. Logan of advertising department t:I4t
win be held at St. Aanf Oturctt.on vine bid an tdnit um. ,{ Valdosta, Georgia and the late Collier County NEWS. a
TJursUuOcwtur 32: twin. pint** ta: MCU Itirtw TOif*."* The Pierre Thettns care in lower jbou: the same. Pima Mrs Logan.

I ta the nmrntac vnttl: 4 to the TM COM:! tor ta* tart of JUro :.;J as their' newsy card frorrr Mississippi After leaving Fter The bride.to** Is a native Ha.Logan and was received born his In educ Maiw. >.
aftunuoa. AX this wanm ef StAna's ar* to fe* Jtirtw: next *... tfff ida ef Bonita Springs and attended -t)
rrtrt. :amt ttwtr lady wr. ALex Tasrrutus lfts:<< ,&dea /' mcnih aye, tfy' s'cpped, a few days 'm Roairwrg schools there. She la a graduate In the Valdosta, Ga. ich.;. n

firUnOs art hrvttwt to attend this ITorwc,:Mr<< *.Horn,ami Mrs.Aani TO WED }U YOR'S SON Th eam mnt Gt Cap, Nl C where the Kant "Hanrtsons and Mr and M s. o< the class of 1964 of Fort log He Is Company employed of by Naples.Roark PI,*"

opportunity to, twntOt from: totnacLraHonuI Howard. vtsttwi joOM It. MUM\ Dana. (Puu: > Lowse Ba 1&U of Burma Sprints N.: L Wiliingord| were spending! six: weeks Then. Mr flyers High School and was an 1
atfttvtty of "nl: Unit W.lni *iiu. September: 23, active member of the school's The wedding will take
aptrtt+raZ vsAal artist ftwtor ok text ojujiit the trip vrr moca.Mr to Allan Tina\ s. of Mayw aa i Mn. Ar1b.M and Mrs Thellm/ wear an to waif; in> Sr Rowe Memphis' / GIN Club. in the Lee Memorial Meth fist r t ,

:end to ytappa. amt Mrs. Lot Tartar* Tam\ : r .of NpW: kw bees aoa*aH<:ed: b1 her and Con o* Miss Floyd 1s a member ol Church In Bonita Springs on 41

A gait 4ptuk r, to b* aoaoimowt J C tIIIt tie .*....ad la: let am!vttit tWLrBt Mr sAd Mn. Mii R. Baser fvanu P'I.3yt. Mr. and Mrs Kiitnacrr" an ncv at their here tilt LH Memorial MethodistCbuurt day, November lat3 p.m.Fri*ei
lunr, wt3 gin a. Lisa ctIIU daughter! sad wm.t.Jaw,>tr. Avniw Bofljta Spl' 1f1. The bn<-to-tm a im and la a past worthy and relatives of the coupltaw
tan and tontructaona, I d1IdbIr and Mr*. M 7.rrUfilaf a saw at: Fort Mrn Mira School and b a meta Virginia 8eee. They expect !tn open, mir ICinj Kji aparN aJnsor of Naples Assembly No. Invited to the wedding and .rt ej

at museum and tows. ptriotf.Botr with CaptiUJOBOKUO. Itog.r br of the Nitioaat H.n r s"citftTIm1 Sm-, JO. Order of Rainbow for Girls. tlon which will follow In Ftt*
Masa win >re"' *iJ* tuncn tau put writ vr Mr. tlHHlotd Napges HI.ffJ.! ud us "nutb' empleyef by Sb* u also a member of Cy. ship Hall In Dentin Springs. iJ

amok to 6* ml UvttTiiftnl arrimr. oat Mr*. Ataamter of X1.w.L SmjtJi Sa phs p-mtair twitnetor. N.' date CUCCNA: VISiTCHS --. --. --. . .. ......- .._. -. --. .. --- ._. !it
aunt ne afterauun swatton vUI 't'1Ie Ateuodtr auctt Utrttin.of may "
The Wnlingfcrds are irtawtr! and will,, 1 b.. here -'
ibIdII I mto11tadam sad botnIfdlc.tWL d seat, amt nlniMd ....n.t.. hu beets net tw the 'edm untCscsmbsr .
They *L** Butl a ntc* catch atScButurt : The'" have plans to: spend I ft1! ** months this !

Fur fartiwr btfornuaaa tae ndI. "winter im Carmel; Cal While im Ncrh Carclma: rl'e'jl'Ioid'/ . ws Bon iti I
Mr*. E.C. Btrmiwtfujn, Spirt. bona. of NacL.!
several cail
toot Acttvttjr Cautnnon> of to* tUfta wlta jptala Roytr Jbftn.en. Pilot Club To rs bsid the Thsllra. Mr and. Mrs. George from /

Guild, at ICtf'vur' U37S.! . wjuytat a. exit days SLilw Sponsor Safely Cunlap Jr err noufw north stll'llfdfur a siren w st' andlurchgom . . ... h By .RAE WEAL
tot Cact m. Jbtuuim alto fl-fft The first parr of August Mr and Mrs. fcJwmJcres !
III wtta! rrt EuoBaKr Stmda1.BamUa Tb American Legion Auxll.Ury The local United Fund Cli
DIItJ a. Ittat rata I1It I.ID. Contest : ww' im Ucaring! Gap. The Jcnas, wr c an nov Colt of John Murphy Post man, Norman E. Swain, ta.
Cms tiaf Origia 4-H
and Mr*. Jam.a 9utl* Among irr' JadccnChll:, were CIT' the way' lo Napier to see the So. 303, Honks Springs held Its pointed President Criteanti
First nrciis rust earn into>> and too FUIS9 ar* autiait tatr progrwa or the ac rmanr being built, runt, cf stmiiwaonthly meeting Wednes. slst In canvassing the res
existence tat ITSa, w\M1S\ a Sum at ttu: Soouk Bole Mont.Mr A -'a! lucduor Jar eater the 4-H Cub l'Mfr3nf Beach Cub lUst flip Sal nljM U the Legion home with tlal area, and urged all tc
forawr wrynnl nucr became ant Mr*. 9otl ar* beta.mf the t-H Cub Jaferp Cometspaasand : may da jo amt by CIDIt.1d11 rrtstdent, Mrs. Ethel Critean operate within their ability Iw !
a hit ruin amt fouaJ Ioy.l at tile snit Hui*. by die PQcc Cub ofNaples. TttesH t ta A* Caunty A ait{ T/iia week, Mr Allen CimBftar was: ,Kern frtarr: Wjl- prtstfinc. All members were ur. .
that tf ft. rulopi ia a circle Kr. ana Lola .. A. crt1Ict au. wu hid at: Narmt'a one !cart oaks, Midt. I-a tea Led to pay their dues promptly. A vote of thanks was ext!>'
ta A*eourtimiae bv ion- wn chuddng builciruj, ,
wtul! iti.iilmjt ..a kit; oorw'sback Hi. bUmter: Motel lava nKuTBwt > ,;prrrgrMS. .to Katie and Lynn Boggsforw
Eeataurua ell.nnn.-
notvifuial lures would lame fc> legate Wfl:: tofftUMvf 1-HOW. Wtoea ir The Cimercns,ara : ;- eniaw": ., :hwt. donatlpn of a piano for the I*
II tNt" ltis bairn."t.actor11r c" pudtnc thrt arks k33oo ':htnct hlrs.CIeatmrG lay w4h S slaty tiari'lf1.amafI1 G'lalrman,. said they may jets at Kf ttea. $.aK"Ij' cf Wailcort: Uka. Ir jet tan, acid i& there! Legion Auxiliary Home. Mrs. Edith Bullock p"
I the EncydupuKtiu: Btitinnica.! Ikcwwr. Ae saute they Join,
amt til* Tlnpa. LAuads. fcr talk In keeping with Music"!
cIt&q1I of tbI peogram.wliltesea die beoer diunc:! dicy wtlKav* Mrand; Mrs. HTMTTIBITI Turner Bag t ffe'freed their, Opens MembershipDrive predation Week, as to the,.

10M 1t AiflatantCaunij ta wont an a samry project amt hcua earlier them usual; and am wwrninj up: TICBS. ) hers meaning of music, as It iff-A'
A lent amt Ctrecnr H tnter this comae: tor a free im Naples.! For 1965 to the Auxiliary;; she smith
I . Lo..clillcSS C5it bf Caillcr Caucrr wu: : trip oa camp. Mrs. Virginia Morgan, act"
TIle Ladies
*- fr !Sack tee Idlrtg Mr and' of The American
tote ipeater. WUiaU nitf of pnijpKS. Wr HimbertPowell ! Legion Auilllarr panted by Mrs. Hettle Carts)
II. die aced fcr LJrj tn alt "TJ* SiWry Cjmmtos: :: of ma Jr amw d Tuesday from, the summer lit Mare. tb* IMS dues art now announces payable that and presented two numbers In*(.

I II 1:11\/ yt 'llW 4cLt. tat ttt* 4-K prograou ant A* PCot CUb wtU have a. (fund and have" checked: their home w ticJr i I" anuildrij on, sits all members to mall their Mrs. Gayleard was appol A
I afcBcttnes of eft: 4-8 nlrtny, drtv tn aid:its project dues to Mrs.Florence chairman of InstructonandSo I
SatKfProsmn. Galleon
I D> *- Kmcsv I 0.7 S.Ana XI S-RU Crw Unrtl: they mcv a irr accut Ccrcbir !13th Pennywltt, (Gw
larshlp. Mrs. Margaret
I 4-H cub onemfccn by 1&illnt""U'- NS"wfI1dt S7J Fourth Avenue
they are Mrs C buy Civil Defense chairman, now':
staying seat Harrtscn
CIIIt/Ju. ar* tbliilny r p aiijns making hone on
T... uut tft* Sh.nrDraTl. 'WCl Ertl can pcrcidcac> ta many pluuu td"
.a....* I it the ...... [r *.". a whir f-.Jr: sI of Safcrf arch aj Mfitrp wttt.traenn !. a ftijftiy Y1.rIJiII winlnj stjiuu Scsrd Avenue" Scurh Wri KamEcrr r, i du* tn
....." &ladC ". .p. . ,I all. .a.aitiNiI . aM : ant ort r form *gil<;- for display:
I I" 1- .., be IiRneywr. I .nil ... V J 1..t riclll foeLa' meat, safety with! than aninuLa.auroczcfcC ear iturtng emergency steps. Mr and'' Mrs William{ K; dk ors back fttyn fcurmanrhs ta ship.reach 100 percent In member. Mrs Ann Stucker is assl.-i<

1I 1t'i ... .lair. "aaQ_ b! : Oar ".., -..... :! safety ftr* pce'+en- Ttej jlgmi carry a tftry The Auxiliary has Inc the Public Health Nurse M:
New' Mart won
spent marti/ irr Sfam. irr a mem.
mny a lm'rotO't1t .a.- eh.mpaxs. rte ,.,...,.a11ft4 dixu Or arms ant saferjr watt fflBsaa -Car 3ca3 August they bershlp Citation from the Rebecca VanDuzer as she rls
p.4 turn.'' LJu .',.. fur Iwo lair .1ItIi&we . rata!Lgir as. cftmlca-s IIIJt ID- -plans! Httip" and aa oaagoa thoroughly' eniayid i threat weep rrfp tn: JWcnTann. meta for the past several Depart.years. Bonita every other Waited,

.f hHfeyt .ITMvIllll Ms kiIIlf ... praaae Lleaae SIIIIdd.es.! Imp Jliriai aa of wbidt ar* Adolph Siubftr was: irr lacies( : a w the weekend i "He Each member has been asked to In the forenoon.A rtJ

1 .fen. .iitr ...._.....,.". tar..Asp's r ..-. w ..endrI Each sw met 4-H Cut boys made d SltfWy Rfjtcttv traffic and art Stubur will spitrr their(GcrticiT t Crtv hem 1 brtnc, at least, one new member thank you letter was 1JI
mend( 4-H Camp: wftcr* colon amt can 5* sera SCO .tt.oJ1'I,to it's next regular from the local Post thanklngtfc
lea.. rueC, aagI.en.vp .. .. a mutt .! Ccccer rCth meeting, with tlx!"
.. .Ireeory.. Oar.. dkwrWt, it to rtfr receive various evpni of -r ii- Poet 11" mart awiy. rur; may I Oct. 7 to be held at the home workers that helped

gttr Iwo hut ... .a..... !law f.e fvr* Au. .r toy Lq] wttit:! camp sotcrf.Tlton be ottaawt trim any member r .NCMIf 3UT /MCt KMCr tGNG X Mrs. Marlon Holt, 882.7th) cent supper. Mrs. Vat Kid of t'"
of me PCot CliO ? Ave. S. was appointed chairman
: far JU20audi ,
.. . ..'.. T. Iris iraemitag camp must pap '
p.rr 18 Ill. thr I' fi" pear e their ant and me prxaeds wUb : and Mrs. 3'diani! Juntsschi wars' ,loot home Shotgun donation tickets Gets
"y that ...,;.,tt' !;*.... 501117 Utftv *,&t pits awn tipenaitj B9 ajnp few a cards were urged sent to M'
hoes: boys Jealnjua of tnofljp, war &' *... n unit ml lug*. Ffet ae th* ....- many agam Hazel Strickland and Mrs.U
ammltof an onutl 10 do SO' Safety Program amt: ID aid tnA irs Casa eat thus week DsmcT ComptonWord
.ttJlN* amt Lulu. TlimwlH phune v>d dial Wl S-3TUL Uspriwrtarlve, Busbee.
....0., amt a h.. a.........r, cur fl( *.v>nm die w the iyiena' 11IAI* support Otutraua of Gays *Rancft the flcrda Ptdnritlcrr of Woman's Cub miwrfrgs has been received hereof -'
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1.mmae MaMwt .me it err f.iiuwad by th. ,..t. T!>* Pilot: Cub rf Naples Piu- f While at their home in' \Weed title/ UK; Cr and' the death In Geneva, m.. GERMAN 'AFTER THE PALI
.wg.lerth: ee title 'lair. tart ntffuno ta Iwe. u!bfr.V the "qmof ttspe'alromm The 4Safety Voyut wQ Mn. Jentach ftIttttrrl of Cove Compton, 74, a winter VIENNA (AP) Arthur 1le"l \
/went i to; Wheaton to :see Mr and resident of Naples/ for the
I d>* youri. of our community toe "Ct-ttiot: Say and Eartsc past "After the Fall" is to iI'
Mrs "K. !3. Van 'IJ Viikanbunj and Mrs A. tour years and prior to Ms re.
C1 sponsor a 4-H Safety Can : KapFinrss" -vote Saforr i 2idien, presented in Cermtn-l.ngwf!

Ben: for 1 doe bat wmry jnjetzj Tact No. t Crap: ta 13- and Wr and Mrs. luNa Curt ttt whey ail, asm sty "K ples.Mr western tirement advertising manager of director Printers'and translation here and in three an<.
among tfi* 4-H Cub mmbrs. SAJSTT-f. t"nr 3an rfC3Uiirmait Genran cities in simulwneo
Mrs Curfu
?ease I a hone an GtUacrr Drive. bk, a trade journal.
2 SLY: Era* trips ID' 4-H Camp mid-October production
sureit dui was a put He was a member of
They will ret be dcvwtr until"l lam Ncvnb the Ad. Suendenfitl"be
watt iro r as they! "Nach: dem
"ffl toe gtasa arms alter of the i-putx umy verttsinc Club of New York. With
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FLOWERSFROIt prlacs taclmitaif a prtai GIN year to b* spunsarerf by and I tu son, Oavtd Compton he was the Berlin Schillertheiter, toitvWuai +-H cub mrtinif tin the FOX Cub of Napleslerpts ta den:! eapecr to bt fl nisJ
I tft* tact number of safari wtfl: die Errata ti- Sneitcrr a scrrof Icng legged Ctchshurd rock 'stock farm, Blackberry Creek ..nunmertmele, Munuh
projHca. The contest wta. end Justr Farm la Qburn, El., where he
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I ki January ant aun-pCot cubJudges s.1n11a1'1l.1atoSnm.. ) w They I tad lived for the past 25 years.

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projects/ ant announc the win* 'Y.L9,31i.: : 3" may to so byJflWC. .Harvey Shelton If is hoped: Butch. doesn't cwfa m+s Mrs. Linda Compton Bates, and a sU daughter grand, Specials

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Pilot Club 'r School Menus COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pltt. FU, Sunday, S.p*."nb.r 27 l.64 7

wlch. Chicken Noodl.SoupChoo.
Wednesday- amburgersBut.
Votes To Monday-Chicen Chow Meln data Pudding Milk. tered Carrots, Sliced Tomatoes, i
Salad Hot Rolled Wheat Rolls, Thursday-Beef Pot Pie, Dill Chips, Celery Sticks, Po.
Apricots, Milk Butter.TuesdayMeat Green Beans,Pineapple Cheese tato Sticks, Cherry Pie Milk.
Loaf with To. Salad Graham Cracker Cookies Thursday Chicken, Rice 4
RanchMembers mato Sauce, English Peas, Tos. BrsA, Butter Milk.FrldayMacaronl. Gravy Broccoli Carrot Strips,
sed Salad Apple Crisp Rolls, at Cheese, Jello with Pineapple, Bread..But.
Milk, Butter Cole Slaw, Buttered Glazed Car. ter 4> Milk
of the Naples pilot Wedn.aday-uot Dogs, Baked rots, pie Slices Bread Butter FrldaY-F'lIh Squares, Au Gra.
:::iub endorsed the work of the Beans Slaw White or Rye Bread Milk. tin Potatoes, Collard Greens,
Joys' Ranch and will support It, Cinnamon Rolls, Milk, Butter. Ice Cream Bread,Butter Milk.
.hey decided recently at a meet. Thursday-Oven Fried Chick Shadowlawn School Menu
bog at Baronl's Restaurant. en Sweet Potatoes SaladCran.
Sheriff E. A. (Doug) Hendry w o ,rN berries, Hot Rolls, Jello Milk, Monday..Meat loaf, coleslaw Faces East
jointed out the need for this kind Butter rice with tomatoes cookies Since It was expected that
*program because It will serve Friday Choice of Hamburg Tu )day..0ologna cup with the national capital at Washington
)()ys not cared for under other Fish Burgers Pickle, Onion To mashed potatoes carrots, broccoli DC would develop
ixlstlng programs. Sheriff Hen. w A mato Slaw Tartar Sauce, Hot ginger delight.WednesdayBeans. toward the east the front) of
Iry said that Boys' Ranch Is not Rolls, Ice Cream, Milk, Butter. with ham, the U.S. Capitol faces in that
i "reform school"or a"correct. kale, pickled beets,corn muffins, direction
lonal Institution". The State of JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL peaches. ,
Florida provides Institutions of Thursday..Hamburgers, sliced
:his type and we are not In com Monday-Mock Chicken Legs tomatoes, pickles, potato sticks, CRUISING
petition. Boys enrolled at the ,., '. '. .. '" Mashed Potatoes Green Salad corn, lettuce, popslcle.Friday.Macaroni IS WONDERFUL
ranch are there simply because f... .. Peas, Cottage Cheese Bread AButter and cheese,
hey need a good home because -< ." Pudding MUk.Tu..dayChJcken bruisel sprouts, green beans, AETFO CSEDAYCRUISIS
:they are the Innocent victims of .-'. 5 ro'I ..4.',,; & Gravy Peanut butter cookies f Ll.
neglect or lack of opportunity. : 'J '" over Buttered Rice, Cabbage Sal* d *>. wrM, teWc, Afrk
:Our sole purpose Is to give them ad, Biscuits It Butter, Jelly LAKE PARK SCHOOL Uteri, M. itMrciwm, I. AMfkominimi
security love, discipline and all /' Oranges s> Grapefruit Cup Milk. i.r.M Si Corlb .M.
a* the essential Ingredients of a 'J. ; .' ...... ,, Wednesday-Hamburger on Monday-Goulaih, Tossed Sal. MOUNOTME WORLD TRAVEL
wholesome, homelike environ I' ,'; .L..... .. Bun Tomato & Onion Slices ad, Green Peas, Butterscotch LP'Ts47 CATALONIA
ment all of the things every '" .W Buttered Potatoes Cake, Milk. Pudding Biscuits, Butter Milk. AvecocAtO.na
.., .&a. f .'...1.ivE"" '(. . / .
American boy deserves as his Thursday- Spaghetti, Tossed Tuesday flam it Beans ColeSlaw
birthright. .J''W ; i .1I fll. '''I P\\ Salad, Whole Kernel Corn Jello Mustard Greens, Apricots, wo r.w.rr n.ws.r .Pete'
Boys Ranch is located 11 miles with fruit, Rolls A Butter Milk. Rolls. Butter Milk. T.I.aa.. ..a e.S2:1r 1'Pardee
"NOT READY YET BUT SOON" Leon McCor- Travel CottM too.WIt..
north of Live Oak, In an area Friday-Fish Squares Potato
noted for farming skill and know. Hospital ReportADMISSIONS mick (c) tells a group of students at St. Ann's "Sen Canary""Sea Gems, Green Beans Celery
how. A portion of the 737 acres Catholic School. The project under observationwas canary" Is a nick Strips Corn Bread ft Butter
is devoted to agriculture. A fine the levelling of the fill of the school play. name for the beluga whale Ice Cream Milk.SEAGATE 4 Bedroom 2 Bath
herd of beef and dairy caftle is ground. The City furnished the fill and McCormick This mammal when travelIng -
being developed and will be en. 9-16 Roy Worthy Shirley moved his tractor to level the groundand submerged frequently ELEMENTARY
in Exrrllrnt rendition n.ar Lab Park School Two bed.
Urged with future contributionsfrom squeaks, squawks and whistles Monday- Cheesle Weenie
Interested ranchers and Rutters Hazel Strickland John get it ready for seeding. (NEWS photo) from its blowhole. Some Boats, potato Salad Carrot room and bath on one sing other wing hai lee bedrooms
breeder Luse. Pearl Williams. of these sounds audible SUcks, Ice Cream Milk.TuesdayRpaghettl .
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and t
bath. Full alas
connecting dining room,
The boys are housed in ranch, 9-17 MyrleeRelnhart while othen are of such high Lettuce
type cottages, each with a capac. Shaver Mary Rudloff Rebecca Make Saints Of vlted to that ceremony In St. frequency that the humanear Salad, J.llo. Bread Butter,Milk. kitchen to the center for good traffic flow Carportand
Ity of 20, under the supervision Davis Many Bowen. Rose En- Peter's Basilica. cannot detect them. Wedn.sday-En Salad Sand. plenty of tloiirU and storage. All city utilities.
of trained married couples em. gel, Deborah Wain Agnes Sanford The mass canonization of the LOW
ployed as house parents. Their 22 Tribesmen Africans has no precedent I ea1t
dally routine is a careful balanceof 9-18i Val Prince Robert among the 2,56 entries listed $16,500.00WESLEY
work study and healthful r.. Spencer Carl Thurner Myr- In the authoritative Butler's
Slain In AfricaVATICAN 1l
creation. lee Relnhart Genobeva Tre- "Lives of the Saints.. G.
The Ranch Is a non-profit ven. vlno. CITY (AP) Pope The Uganda martyrs as the lV
ture supported entirely by voluntary 9-19j Sharon Turner Jef :Paul VI and more than 100 car church calla them, gave up their
contributions of citizens and and voted primitive tribal beliefs for the
finals bishops approval
frey Jones -
Maryt.ouSummerails .
organizations Interested in the today of sainthood for 22 Christian creed. They were DOWNI"NGfte"Realtor
welfare of our youth. There are African tribesmen slain for speared to death, beheaded or
two ways in which financial sup. 9-20: Curt Kayser. Frank their Christian beliefs. burned between 1885 and 1887 by
10 Years' in
Building Naples
port is received. Honorary mem. Coghlll. Vied Rose Beatrice Approval came In two consls. the Uganda King Mwanga.
, ben of the Florida Sherlf s' Maze Edith Schubert tones In the Vatican Palace, a Pope Benedict XV beatified
Association minimum dues of 9-21 Eve Braden Ruth La- them, or declared them blessed .
pay secret one for the cardinals and Residential Alterations Wesley O. Downing A Earl L
$10.00 a year and this money is Tour Carl ThumerSarahMc- a semipublic one for bishops and worthy of localized public Fry
" used for the benefit of the Ranch. Nelll James Perry. resident within 100 miles of veneration In 1920. Commercial Remodeling REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Many persons makedlrectdon. 9-22: Jess Helwlg Helen Rome. Proof of miracles Is not re. ASSOCIATES
atlons, In varying amounts, to Thelman Margaret Thomas Forty cardinals attended the quired In the case of martyrs. }
the Ranch to be placed in trust Robert Morris Fred first consistory. Vatican offl. But the Vatican's Congregation Rufus B. Burnham
fund for building and other needs. Garrell of Rites Investigated Alpl7I
dais said each voted "placet" Jack Love Jr.
William .
Smith Johnson.DISCHARGES
Memorial funds and bequests are pleases when the Pope and accepted two cures from
also made. Other supporters con. asked them whether they plague as miraculous and due to 706 5th Ave So. MI 2.2179
tribute clothing recreational agreed to the mass canonizationof prayers to the 22 Bantus. MI 2.2096 478.6th St.. S.
equipment furnishings for the 916: Rene Ellis. Barbara the Negro martyrs. The canonization consistory
cottages, materials for the build. Anderson and baby boy Helen Afterward 89 bishops tx coincides with the pontiff's 67th I I
Ings machinery and live stock for Shaver. pressed approval In the second birthday today.
the farm. These non-cash dona 9-17 Karden Smith Howard consistory. The Vatican Council whose
bona have been large factor in Boymon, Lucy Hall Myrlee The canonization consistories third session has been meeting
helping to establish the Ranch the final for the past two weeks was In
Relnhan.Gall and represented formality
needed I weekend r'Ce.unW .
and more are as more girl. before a religious Ceremony Monday.. ?
boys arrive to make Boys Ranch 9-18 Roy" Worthy Hazel Oct. 18 makes saints of the 19th
their home. Strickland Mamie Ozmer LeRoy century Uganda martyrs. The z.. The Library of Congress hid
Quests attending the program 500 prelates of the Vatican Ecu a staff, of 2,900 persons lilt
were Joseph Wnltesell Director Groendyke Rose Engle and menical Council have been In. year and expended S29 million.
4.H Clubs Mrs. Ruth KInney and baby girl Pearl Williams and 0t I 1"I
Robert Weaver Industrial Safety baby boy Many Bowen Elliott I I I
Representative for this area with Chandler.
the Florida Industrial Com mis. 9-19: Rebecca Davis Patricia ww ,
slon. The Pilot Club of Naples Peck John Waters Dorothy THE NAPLES .
will divide the proceeds between Herrick Sanford,Hubert s
their Safety Projects and the Agnes l III'' I I WI II 1111 Ili I
Glddlngs Muriel Salter Val 11 111111111
Community chairmanned by Service Clarice projects Benson Prince Ted Williams Thomas James Jef- Notebook N1u IIIIIIIIIIIII uIIU J IWIVII Q III V1 lilll i>Illlll 111 1111 11
Love Margaret
and Eleanor Williams and money
received from the sale of frey Jones Helen Shaver and (Continued from pat e)
SAFE-SIGNS", a highly visible baby boy Elizabeth Johnsonand TV I
road sign for use in emergency baby girl Myrlee Relnhart
stops on top of or behind a car, Deborah Wain. v? AI
will be given to aid of the nor. 9-20: Rita Baker Helen Tudor his way to Puerto Rico and an extended tour of the
Ida Sheriff's Association Boys Carl Thurner. Genobeva Caribbean.
Trevino and baby girl
9-21 John Woods Frank BIO EVENT COMING UP

Cardano Shirley Rutters Mat- For the tenth year the Naples Beach Club and the

wej Smetaneuk Mary Summer- Naples Community Hospital Woman's Auxiliary are spon

alls and baby boy Maria Cen- soring the Florida PGA. golf tournament to be held at &GAVIOTORAVICTOR
Ranch.1P' taco Baby Girl Relnhart Vlccl j
the Beach Club October '
Rose and baby boy. course 1 19-25 Mrs. Norman Her. Own

9-22, Beatrice Maze, Mary ren is general chairman and Mrs. L. f. Gwaltney Is in

Rudloff.EdwardCrawford,Sharon charge of advance ticket sales. Starting Monday, October Than i ;I

Turner. 12th tickets may be purchased at all three banks, in the Television,

BIRTHS pro chops at all the golf clubs, and In the Hospitality W tubs (overall dli|.)-U5 sq. In. picture I Black ,, '
9-16, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shop at the Hospital. The charge will be $1 per day, or White ,

Wlcon Johnson baby girl. $3 for the series. 88 IV or Color I'',

Mr. and J.George Williams- Mrs. John Myers Is In charge of publicity for the 128 ,.w *

a baby 9-17 boy.Mr and Mrs. Gaylor event. She and Dr. Myers end Susan and Sharon leave tb ,IlpJho ,. ,"?a010rIiS111V F I IrM

Lee Engel baby girl. Mr. Wednesday for a week In Miami Beach. Dr. Myers will rualnu

and Mrs. Charles Shaver attend the Florida Diabetes Association Seminar And in 1"/arose

---- -- baby boy. the near future, October 15th to be exact, Dr Myers
= 9-18, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
will speak on diabetes at the annual general meeting of
Reinhart baby girl.
9-19: Mr. and Mrs. Edward the Auxiliary.
FOR POWER TO SPARE Nino Trevino baby glrL Excuse-it-please department. The University of illinois rott\: 10-RECORD

SEE THIS V-o PERFORMI 9-20 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas has 26,000 students. Not the mere 15,000 I men c ALBUM
Rose baby boy. Mr. and tioned in Wednesday's column.IMPORTANT.
IMMEDIATE DILIVIHYI Mrs. Curtis Summeralls with your purchaseof

$2,048 baby boy. any New 1965
-_.. u1 erne 1h1 ..DNM1
Plus SIM! Tea and Tt Phrase's Y/r10/"". ul135$.
The phrase "to be black.
READY TO 001 listed" stems from the act of ?ram
King Charles II of England, !
Prater's Is
Laundry installing
LUFF GMC who listed in a black book the new equipment STEREO
56 men who had sentencedhis during the weeks of Sept. 21 to Oct. 3.

421 Ninth St., N. father to death and who This is the first step toward a general remodeling -

Temporary Location were ecuted.all, subsequently ex. of the Naples plant to be completed lli

before the starting of our winter ....IOn.It Yen.CLOCKRADIOVALUE .' 161 5154 clo.uIoN N, ,

will be necessary during these 2 weeksto

Th. Agency With Persons! Service have all of our laundry and cleaning processed FREE GIFT!

In our Fort Myers plant. We regret that one-day _
I IA service will not be available during this time fromRCAVIGTOR :. -- .J. Just ind for listening I :

but there will be .-;' looking
. no interruption on regular :
dependable acoacy. roopoao- .w I

Able family gar homo pretactint end jrou buoinMCoJrat your service. t" :," t., I'.. 4 (t1{).I17rTbrii' V'

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Inconvenience to customers. In the
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etr.e4tlb near future we shall have a much 'larger end THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICSBIGLEY'S'

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Venice Strikes Late In Game To Edge Naples 2014BY

DAVID LYON Speedy halfback Paul Pcden nine Venice touchdown scored

Aided by a couple: of breaks, scored all three Venice touch. with only 2104 to go, erased a 14. wd a n= i w.aaiw

Venice: High School': football:[downi. He caught deflected pass 13 Naples lead. The elght-play, N. Fort Myers
turn wore down Naples' tlr. from quarterback Ray Joel eon 48.yard drive leading up to this
Ing detent In the fourth quarterand In the second quarter and ran decisive score was set In action a e
pulled out an exciting: 20.14 60 yards down the field to com. by a blocked Naples punt. Juniors Host .

football victory Friday night plate an 85.yard play In the
About 2,000 fans watched the fourth quarter Po den Scored MISSED TACKLES Naples TuesdayNaples
crowd-pleaslng: contest: In Ideal twice on identical pitchout: plays It was a disheartening defeat

football weather. K wu thehomeopener around right end. for the Eagles, who showed Improved Junior High's football SPORTS
for Naples, which now has Each time, Naples tacklershad blocking In the offensive team travels North
an 0.2 record. The Eagles do not hold of Peden for little or no line and moved the ball much to Fort
but the 180-pound more successfully than the pre. Myers Tuesday to meet the Red
at gain Junior
S3.play home again until October halfback, squirmed away. The win. ceding week at Arcadia. But Knight juniors in a game starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

coaches were not at all pleased at 730 on the NFM field.

with the numerous missed tack. Naples beat NFM last season, FU / I"
8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Niplx. Sunday" S.pUmlwt 27
les of Venice ball.carrlers. 27-0, but Coach Bill Marshall

"We should have won this expects a much tougher game

-= game," Coach Jerry Morris said this time around. In their open

after the contest was over"Ven er last week the local boys bat
ice was just a little more alert Immokalee Scores Often
4+t! than we were." tied big Fort Myers Junior High
to a 0-Ostsndoff Fon
The first quarter was a defen. Myers.
s give standoff, with each side get. Preparations this last week
$1395d ting only one first down. On the have been aimed at Improvingall LakeImmokalee's
second play of the second quar. phases of the team's game To Rout Cypress

ter, Bruce McDonald of Venice especially In the offensive line
went back to punt on fourth down to give the Panthers a scoring
CORDOSHELL football team hit TD serials to make It 20.0.
and long yardage.His .
punch. one of the highest point totalsIn Then came Thomas' 13yard
LEATHER kick sailed over Naples Injuries may keep two members the school's gridiron history gallop, and an extra point run!
tailback Carter Bryan's finger of the starting lineup out Friday night, crushing: Cypress by the workhorse fullback. Rut.
tips to the Naples 45, but the of action Marshall indicated: Lake of Fort Myers, 54.0, In ledge and Curt Massey added
sophomore made a good recov. Tailback Wayne Hanford Is the home opener for Immokalee. touchdown: runs of two yards each
ery. He picked up the loose ball fighting a shoulder ailment and It was the second straight shut to make It 39 points, and Thomas
at the 38 and went to his right.
blocklng.Bry. guard Dane Scofield also Is In out victory for Coach Bill Brox added an extra point to round
Behind some crisp son's Indians, who will visit Lake out at 40 at the half.
an dashed down the near side THATAWAY HE WENT-Philadelphia Eagles' Timmy jured. Ready to fill their places
line 82 yards to the Venice end Brown eludes New York. Giants' Bob Cresplno ((89)) on open. are tailback Bill Donovan and Placid next Friday to meet the Broxson employed second
klckoff Green Dragons a CaloosaCon stringers during most of the see
Ins return. either guard Scott Black or Paul
cone. Terence: contest. Lake Placid won cond half, and In the fourth quarter *
The last block was thrown by Castenlr.
Its second straight league game Am Worley went across from
Van Weeks, who upended the only through the right side from three ter he streaked 38 yards throughleft At the other positions probe Friday. seven yards out,Lacy Wright running
Venice player who still had a yards out to climax a 1I .yard tackle to the Naples U. able starters are wlngback Cypress Lake a freshman In the extra point. Thomu

shot at Bryan. The electrified drive that required eight plays. Would-be tacklers had several ry Davis fullback Tom Morton, sophomore team playing Its first scored Immokalee's eighth and
crowd cheered soma more when Key gainers In this series were chances: at him midfield
near blocking back Roome schedule
Benny varsity : was no match: last touchdown, and quarterback
All this and big Bill Kartter booted the ex. two pass completions by Billy but could not hold him. guard Wallace Abbott center for the Indians. The loeers netted Browning closed out the scoringby

tra point to make it 70. $ryan's brother Carter Bryan.He Fullback John Henne went Rusty Hatcher,tackles Franklin only 17 net yards rushing end running over the point after.
connected: : with wingback Bob over left guard to the lI"en. Luckey and Steve Schrimsher passing while Immokalee rolledup
SCORE ON FLUKE advance and Peden carried Into the end ,
Koch on a seven-yard and 197 on the ground and SI more
ends Peterson and
Naples' defense corralled Ven. that earned Naples a first downon cone on a pitchout: from Joel. Doug through the air. Carol Didn't
Ice In the second period, but the the Venice 47. Then he threw '011. With 8:38 on the clock, Alan Fletcher. Fullback Harley Thomas

nnrnne. ...""%"''P',...,...nnnnn Eagles' offense couldn't get much deep to senior end John Bass.whowas the left side of the Naples line scored Immokalee'sflrst and last Bite Nails OnceIn
going either. Naples end ButRitcilis downed on the 14 after a 32. stopped Henne Just short on the Recreation touchdowns, and added one In between
punted out of bounds on yard gain extra-point run, and the Eagles and ran over three extra British Meet
vamp seams tool the Venice 13 with only hl8 to go still had a one- xiint lead. points to account for a of the SANDWICH England AP
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in the half, and Naples had all LAST PERIOD LETDOWN CalendarMonday 54 points. Thomas' touchdownruns : Stubby little Carol Sorenson

The virtues of this Jarman blucher: are many. but gone off the field at halftime Billy Bryan worked his way PUNT BLOCKED .. w'I"'Of five 15, and .seven holds the 1984 British women's
with a 7.0 lead. to the nine, and his brother But Naples could not move 4iOO p.m. Tennis yards. amateur golf
touchof But on Venice's second play slanted over right tackle for Class, beginner age 10 and over championship
Briefly: hand-stitching: for an extra the ball after the kickoff, and Sophomore quarterback Danny day, a winner over a nallbitlng I
after the punt, Joelson lofted a four more yards to the five. A Ritchie went back to punt. He Gambler Park. Browning tossed two touchdown: habit.

quality, modern style treatment for an extra pass that bounced upward off Venice penalty gave Naples first fumbled the pass from center Monday 5s 00 p.m. Golf passes after Thomas began the '1 didn't bite nails
the: hands of the Venice deep down on the three and Billy Bryan momentarily then kicked Just class, beginner adult Big Cy. scoring. Browning hit Larry Day out there," the 21.year.old my once Art.
touch of smartness, pre-production: "weartesting" man and his Naples defender. took It In from there. Hart. as McDonnell came crashing: press Golf Course. with a four.yard TD throw and was State student from Janes
Peden, short nun on tie pallpatt.rn ter's extra point. attempt again through to block 1U: McDonnell : Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Tennis not long after that he completedan yule Wts. said .
for an extra touch of comfort.: It all!! came up and picked off was rood 14<<.,. fell on the Dan'at the Nu class, ladles Gambler Park. lUyarder to end DaleOtJulnn. basked, In the, glory proudly of one of she theworld'
the pass, dashing 80 yards down Going into the fourth quarter pies 48 with elk minutes left. Wednesday 4:00 p.m. Ten Jerry Rutledge and Thomas each: .
adds up to .rtTIallU./ Come try a pair. the field and outdistancing: safe. Naples' stout defense had AelAVenice It took Veniceour minutes nls Class, Intermediate Cam. added extra points after the two "I'm a most nall-btter conveted: but golf I titles.didn't
tyman Alan Foster Then Peden to. net total of 11 bier Park.
and seven plays to cover the 43 do It In that round."
tied It up by taking a pltchout yards rushing In the game. Butit yards. Joelson completed pass.es Thursday 4:00 p.m. Tennis This
and circling: right end for the appeared that the Eagles were of six and 14 yards to end class Advanced.Gambler Park. Mauch Blames forward was for a the considerable youngster step whotrlumph.d
point.In tiling u Venice moved the ball Charlie Hodges during this ser.les. Thursday SjOO p.m. Golf .
Rouse's THE : the third period, Naples' well In the last period. Joelson, Peden and Terry class, beginner adult a Big Cypress over England's Bridget
Jackson one In 37 holesFriday.
t defense bottled up the potent Five plays were all that the Raskins contributed runs The14yard Golf Course. Self For Loss up
Venice offense without a first Indians required to move 04 pass to Hodges put the Thursday 7:30 p.m. *Busl It
was a heartbreaking
down. The Eagles scored their yards early In the quarter to ball Just outside the Naples 10. ness m.n.' tennis Gambler Of Braves Game match for both of them. Carol

655 5th Ave. Downtown first touchdown from scrimmagethis make It 14-13. Peden power I On the next play, Joelson pitched Park. was three down with on1y.ev.Q
late in the quarter. e4411 yards to get the drive Friday 0:30 a.m. Tennis
'f season to Peden going around right PHILADELPHIA! (AP) -to go and still pulled the match
Billy Bryan barrelled started, and a couple plays la.Ej class, ladles Int.rmedtat..Cam.
Fullback end. Bass and Steve Clark had bier Gene Mauch took the rap -out of the fire

good shots at the ballcarrier Park. almost for the Philadelphia Both girls played one. nder.
before he turned the corner, Phillies latest defeat In a slump
. par golf with rounds of 72 In the
but Peden got away and scam 2 Women Tie For that could cost them the pen. morning and then were never

pered across the goal line. nant. far from perfect figures In the
Henne ran In the extra point. First In Pro Tilt Referring to a decision In the crucial afternoon battle, played

: Naples' subsequent efforts VISALIA, Calif.; (AP-Kathy 10th Inning of a '7.11. 12 Inning under bright sun on the 8,017
unsuccessful. Bryan'slongfourth.down
.. were loss to the Milwaukee Braves'
: . .. : . .," '.. ,.... pass for Ritchie wu Whitworth of Jal, N. M., fired Friday night, the Phillies' skip yards Prince's Links.
.: ; , off Hasklns to seal a two'tinder-par 69 Friday for a Miss borenson is the fifth
!; : :; picked by commented
: two.day total of 141 and earneda per American to hold the British
the visitors' victory. "My choice of who to pitch towasn't
: .. first-place tie with Shirley title in Its 71 year history. Babe
.. ; : :: : : :, .i : Naples NFM travels NEXT to FOE North Fort Englehorn in the Ladles Profes.slonal very in good.these< But situations then, Zaharlas was first In 1947, fol.

: : : : Myers next week to meet the Red Golf Association $11,000 don't managers think in terms of hanging lowed by Louise Suggs, Wlffy
Smith and
Knights. Three-touchdown los. open golf tournament.Miss curves." Barbara Mclntlre.

ers to Venice a week ago, NFM Englehorn of Caldwell, The situation had the Braves
-jkft.U- bounced back Friday with a pit Idaho, first day leader, sagged with a runner at se ond, one out
to a one over par 73 after shoot.
ted 12.7 triumph over a good and Joe Torn the batter against Sports Briefs
bi Bradenton Southeast team. Ing a record 83 Thursday. Her right-handed relief pitcher Bob.
two-day total Is loll.TI.d .
defensive chores for the
Doing by Locke. Torre, who whackeda
for second place after 30
Eagles Friday night were Hart pair of triples In Milwaukee's
(. ter, Bruce Harris, Ray Ellers, holes with par 142 totals were victory Thursday night already WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) -
Al Hackney Weeks, Keith Or. Mickey Wright of Dallas, Tex., had an RBI and two hits. Ayres, who needs only official

l/lfltJHi/ (011 : > \ Nn'' schell, Koch, Bass, Clark, Kit. and Ruth Jessen of Seattle, The problem Do you walk the recognition to be acclaimed the

: nvitation chic, Foster, and Ray Peterson.,,Wash. hot hitting Torre and pitch to 3-year-old trotting champion of
The new Naples ma.cot,"EvIl- Gene Oliver, or work on Torre? the year, goes after the third
eye Fleegle," the golden eagle, STATISTICS Mauch decided to have Locke leg In trottlng's Grand Slam to.
Introduced to the crowd be night when he faces five
was Naples Venice pitch to Torre. Big Joe socked a othersof
fore the game started. Adding First Downs e 10 home run that put Milwaukee his age In the $73,222.83 Dsx.
to the pageantry were the Na. Yards Rushing 44 103 ahead 84. Thus Richie Allen'. ''ter Cup at Roosevelt Raceway.The .
At Your Convenience pies and Venice bands, which Yards Passing 48 122 two-run homer in the bottom oddson choice to take the
staged halftime shows. Passes 307 8.14 half, merely tied the score 1 1-18-mlle race, he already has
J, Intercepted by 0 a again. 'won the Yonkers Futurity and
i The Phillies 6> I'the Hambletonian and needs
Fumbles lost 0 0 ,& ahead week
'h Stop By The Site Where Bob Anderson, recently cut Punts-avg. 7031 e.38 ago, now lead Cincinnati by Hi, ''only the Dexter Cup and the
loose by the New York Gum
Penalized 0 1'7 St. Louts by Ii, and San Fran. Kentucky: Futurity at Lexington
was the stir In Army's list foot Naples 0 '7 7 0.14 Cisco by 3V4. Mauch said there ''on Oct. 9 to complete the Grand
ball victory over Navy in 1958.
is no mystery to what the Phil. '
Venice 0 7 0 13-20
The score war 226.
( lies have to do.

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tSau Mauch for the first
\\ kaov mos is a 2.1 favorite to whip
\\\ looked downhearted His voice 21-year-old Vicente Saldivar of
'\yoUlll was low as he sat behind hisdesk Mexico City In their 1J.round

\ His answers were polite. title bout at the El Toreo bullring
\ \10\\ In the locker
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jfflnnnnnnnn Cuba Abandons COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples, Fl.. Sunday S.p .mbor I? 1964 9

..J\kpllls\ .. Weekly BahamasNASSAU FlightsInto 5 w 'T

{ Bahamas (AP) -
ih jC a
V lfcs> The Cuban government has
A decided to abandon Its bitterly

a ,, opposed flight service to Nassau
the Bahamian government said.
It announced Friday that the
weekly flights were being su..
r pended Immediately "In orderto
I The old school bell has been trials, at which all Sophomores I S % allow time for leisurely con.Isultatlon. .
Jnglng for four weeks now, as Pk11 ."
were duly punished, were held
iiples Senior Ugh School's fa. I
Thursday Presiding were was no Indication why
ilty and students get t their noses Judges Claudia Combs, Billy : Fidel Castro gave up his latest
the grindstone amid the hustled Bryan Hood and : to foothold In
I, bustle of all sorts of actlvi. Peggy Natalie .. ee attempt gain a
King A Jury of"citizens from ., the western world.
I eS.We'r. all walks of life" was composedof eey a a The first and onlyland.. '- --..- -
103 cheery a ,big happy family as Esther Truitt, Cherie Blan. ee.w d Ing last Monday was met by an SOCIAL I C ALL After Cary Grant stops by Hell//
smiling faces haveoen chette, Joy Hodges Bill Splng. angry crowd of BOO who waved
counted wood trailer dr.ialno' room of Glee' L.ll.brlglda to I
comprising the lar. pay hit
ler, Barbara Tatu, Tim Slade, anti-Castro banners and shout
est student body yet. Number. rtaptcti The Italian actress has Just begun a Pew
Beth Lee, Cherry Chickening, ed. "Communists, go home. mevle.-
ig 201, Seniors make up the big. Steve Clark and Lee Treadwell. Officials In tourism, mainstay
ost graduating class In the his. This Illustrious group decided the .of the islands' economy, said
)ry of NSIDS. The 195 Juniors guilt of each defendant Serving 'they wore afraid that the flights
nd 211 Sophomores also out. as punishment pickers was the would crimp their business with VI
umber any previous classes. following group of"surfer'1 bums" the United States, less than 200 -I
The exultant Senior Class (or "ho4addys"> Alexa Olson, miles away. ; S-'

aunted erclassmen Its superiority over un. John Duval, Scott Keyes, Linda Tht Bahamian government (Here's good
on Sophomore Chambers, Bea Arnold, Laurie met In emergency session and
iiltlatlon Day last Tuesday.Each'rreen" NEA Radio.Telephoto) i 1 + ,
Standrldge, John Mattoon and sent two ministers to London to
Sophomore was re. Unda Benson They Jointly meted ENGAGED AT 13-Rosalyn Monteganto 13, of King's Lynn England poses with her present the government's com. licaldi for all : 'f
[ulred to wear a beany of green out unmerciful punishmentforallthe father who has assented to the girl's engagement to Gerald Cunningham, 21, an Ameri plaints
repe paper with a sign on It: accused. Jackie Reden. can airman Rosalyn says there will be no marriage until she is 17. But the British Foreign Office (lie family!
'I am a lowly Sophomore!" baugh, Joe Harris, Archie Tur. refused to tear up the 1948
erever a Sophomore was to be ner and Bruce Harris were the agreement. The Bahamian !gov. .w_
mind, there was a Senior, face. muscular .hotgun she riffs"who charged with not wearing her the single whammy one wink ernment then said it would do VITAMIN
Man Gets
lously making him singtheAlroa escorted all defendants to the beany and Insubordination to for good luck when the team Is In Young everything it could to stop the Hrlon UK to fill ry
Mater or the Fight Song, or fore. stage. Seniors. She was instructed flights, Including deporting
him to bow In a tight spot, and the double wham. any. .| rri>rri|>lioii' urrnriilfly -
vltude. Some humble ser. Singled out for "service above to apologize tothemightySeniorsand my .both eyes blink twice to puta 63 Years For one who flew In odd mpplvoiir 1 =
Seniors recruited and to sing the Alma Mater.
beyond the call of duty", curse the The suspension was a victory
scores of underclassmen and had Linda Chllch and Roger Combs Her apology brought wild applause Evil Eye on opposing team. for Washington, which Is trying E:::: \ familt' uilli l
I hem down on their knees, bow. were crowned Queen and King but her singingwas rather ful Job of certainly did a wonder. Selling Drugs to cut Castro from the Western lirullli nrnK! firnlSi
(ing In unison and bringing out that old aid. and 1. .
exclaiming of Initiation, with special recog. hesitant. fighting spirit when world. Presently, Cuba can fly mnidripR.Our
"Hall, Almighty Seniors!I" ten or I nltlon going to Betty Decker and Eagles played their our Golden MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) A only to Mexico and Spain.
|15 times. first home
John Mattoon. 3 FOUND GUILTY Judge has sentenced Bernard There is speculation' that the
The first defendant to Brad Harris, Nicki PedroCar. game Another Friday night. Napoli, 21, to serve a minimumof new Mexican president may
COURT TRIALS be brought before the Court was ter Bryan and Jeff Johnson were night's football high spot of Friday 63 years In prison for pod break relations with Cuba and
The renowned Kangaroo Court 'Ginny Lyn Alexander, who wasi1Jti'i accused of refusing to sine the half.tlme show put game on WAS the dung narcotics, mostly to high also stop the Mexico Clty.Ha.vana sfiillwl {iltanum'nil art'
by the
sacred Alma Mater and school pupils
Song, and: of not wearing Fight their Band, during which this year'shigh Acting Justice Aaron F. Gold. flights. ninny at your ae'rviee.

beanies. To escape punishment, Introduced strutting Majorettes were stein of State Supreme Court Your Downtown .
the defendants pleaded insanity, : Linda Bass, Unda said as he Imposed the sentence trade In the !New York City
I Stowell Hometown Store
/ but nevertheless the Jury brought Riley, ,MellndaGUbandtheliead.Patty Loach, Becky Friday: "My only regret Is that suburbs on Long Island.
in a verdict of guilty. Jeff and the State Legislature has so far Goldstein said Napoli had
Majorettes, Judle Smollan and failed to made at least 10 NAPLES FIFTH AVENUE REXALl
Brad were required to sing,while prescribe the death teenagers his
Rlckl and Carter Joined hands and Kathy Davis. 'penalty for this dastardly victims by "personally Injecting 100 fifth Avenue South Ml i.DM
CONVINIENT executed a "graceful" dance, After the game, the Cheer. crime, which Is worse than them so they would become s:
L LIFT OP which sent the entire audience leaders sponsored the first murder." addicted to heroin." He sent r
TOP Into ecstasy. school dance of the year In the Police said Napoli had moved tenced Napoli to 7 to 15 years on _
Cafeteria. ,
: Juniors Jill Workinger, Butch Of the many talented from Brooklyn to Farmingdale! nine counts, the sentences to
Townsend, Fred Moss,Biddy Hill dancers, can you guess who does :N.Y., to build up a narcotics run
and Bill Follcerts were five of the "Monkey" the best?(For the ;
answer, see next week's column.
the worst offenders. They 1m.
ui Ir personated Seniors and,what was Keep reading!
worse, "did a miserable Job of consecutively.WAREHOUSE
It!" Butch Townsend attempted to

I escape, but the able-bodied 1 &
w'ty.. sheriffs and doorguards bodily 3
carried him In for his trial. x
After much deliberation by the

"Impartial" Jury membersthese ,
dafenjers: naturally,.were found
guilty. Talented Bill Folkerts t' 1 TRUCKLOAD.

esl/J'/ lyetW'jru sang "The Little Log Cabin .
One'' complete with gestures. Thence
90. II taught It to his four co.

. defendant .
GENUINE WOOD VENEER S 1S The most heinous offense of the ; t
entire affair was committed by y FERTILIZER
CABINET WITH HAND Sophomore Neil Van Der Meer.

RUBBED PIANO FINISH For his reprehensible Imper.
sonatlon of a Senior, Nell was
sentenced to give his own rendl.
If you take pride in being a tough buyer tlon of"Twist and Shout". . .i
you are a Judge of quality "
craftsmanship 0 0 if you admire good PHONE% NOW PEP RALLYEnthusiastically TIME TOREPLENISH :

styling . if you can detect the dif MI 2. 37 showing their 4w: 1

ference between ordinary sound and full dimensional stereo school spirit, the student body .
realism YOU'RE TilE CUSTOMER WE ARE LOOK. whooped It up again at the so. : .o '
ING FOR. ONLY THOSE WHO KNOW THE coed Pep Rally on Friday. Lead. .
DIFFER. Inr the school In cheers the .
ENCE were SOIL j'
ORDINARY VALUE AND EXTRA. lively Cheerleaders: Peggy Hood .


Chlckering. The new Pep Rally .
.q'J ln1tJ Emcee, Byron Tomllnson, Intro : '
duced the team's captalns for I . . '
the game with Venice Bruce
I' Harris and Wayne Jenkins. The Novak smite during break on I'
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ntpln. He, Sunday September>> 27 l 19. .... . df$' ;;,1 1t M'1ti! Elferdink Aurit

I County Realty , );:,' J :' i' Get Key Jobs, At

; 4 First FloridaThe

r ,
I Week$462,300 1 I Elferdink promotion and the of appointmentof Donald S.

I \ Verne I, Aunt to the Staffof
County real(state transactions to Callxto F. and Gloria) V. Alfonso : .. First Florida Resource
processed In the current period Naples, Lot 5, Naples --

reached a value of 462300. Heights Replat, $12,500; Claude Corp., was announced yesterday
Total for the month to date Is W. Tlmmons, et at, to ErnestV. by Ira R. Capelle. FFRC

FALL SPECIALBrown $2,095,526. and Anne M. Burton, Naples, president.
Sales of $1,000 or over with Lot 3, Unit 2, Oyster Bay, $3, Elferdink was promoted to
values taken from tax stampson 0001 o.B. Bondurant to Fred G. senior vice president and a
Loafers recorded deeds are as follows and Helen C, Davis, Immokalee, member of the board of direc
& Black
t Lots 2, 3 and 4, BU A, Bondur.ant tors. Elferdink; who for the
Reg. 12.95 Magdalene A. Conboy to Tho. Sub'd., $13,000. past four years has held the
NOW mae R, and Margaret W, Brown Bonita Shores Inc., to RobertL. position of sales will
Naples, part Lots 17 and 20, and Alice M. Wood, Hudson be manager the
assistant to
10.95Black and all Lots 18 and 19, Blk 7, N.Y., Lots 4 and 3, Blk 12, acting as
Tier 7, Naples, $19,300; Fuller Unit 2, Bonita Shores, $1,600; president In the over-all man-
Industries Inc., to Newton W. Bonita Shores, Inc., to AllenL. agement of the expanded activities -
& Brown Cordo Smooth and Vera N. Lowe, Naples, Lot Glllett, Miami Shores, Lot of FFRC.
finished slipon 6, Blk B, Unit 2, Coquina Sands, 23, Blk 13, Unit 2, Bonita Aurit formerly of Ruten-
9,95 $16,500; Port Royal, Inc.,to Ann. Shores, $1,000; Bonita Shores, berg Homes has been appointed
reg. ette S. Howes, Greenwich,Conn., Inc., to R. Raymond and Car. vice president In chargeof
ONLY Lot 24, Kings Town Drive, Port trude E. Harder Sr., Phlladel. TilE MID-SUMMER conference of the Florida Cattlemen's Associationwill sales Aunt came to NaplesIn
Royal, $19,800;ClarenceT Pifer phla Pa., Lot 3, Blk 18, Unit 2, be held in Naples, June 16-18. 1063.) ; The "Cowbelles" will also 1962 from Cincinnati, wherehe
7.99 to Vesta L. Evans, Naples, Lot Bonita Shores, $1,300; First Fla.
join the cattlemen in the conference
and of 500 visitors sales for
are was one
15, Blk F, Lake Park, $11,0001Port ; Real Estate Mart, Inc., to Lloyd upwards manager
expected to be in Naples at the time. Preliminary planning was done of the city's largest subdivision
150 women's flats Royal Inc., to 0. Stanley D. and Jaclnta L. Wright Naples, 1
pairs Roberts, Toledo, Ohio, Lot 78, Lot 26, Blk D, Unit Brookside, by this group in a meeting Friday. The Beach Club Hotel was chosen builders. For the past two
broken sizes were 5.99 Lantern Lake Section Port $12,500; F.W. Zlgman to MildredW. ns headquarters for the cattlemen. The Planning Committee from left years he has been sales mana-

While They Last Royal, $10,000; Artie L. Whiteto Cooks, Everglades, Lot 5, seated are : Leroy Fortner, chairman of the Site Selection Committee ; ger for Rutenberg Homes.
NOW William R.and Carol C.Skeele, Blk 38, Everglades,$17,500;Gulf W. D. Roberts first vice president of thv state association ; Art Jligbie, Aunt Is a graduate of the
Naples, Lot 15, Blk M, Unit 2, Harbor Corp., to Thomas E. and executive vice president of the state association ; and Jock Sutherland, College of Education Univer-
The Moorings, $39,500. Sarah M. Paul, Naples, Lot 48, of and
2.99Pedro's president of the Collier County Cattlem n's Association. Standing from sity Minnesota pre-
Moorings Dev. Co. of Canada, Gulf Harbor, $1,200; Gulf Har. left Al Cross vious to his sales experiencespent
are : Beach Club Hotel representative Miles Scofield,
to Edwin J. DuBane, Na. bor Corp., to Thomas E. and
pies, Lot I, Blk t, Unit 5, The Sarah M. Paul, Lot 162, Gulf director CCCA ; Charles Anderson, assistant county agent ; C. B. Hadley 1 13 years In the field of
Shoes Moorings, $25,000; Moorings Harbor 1300. director CCCA ; Dave Pfaff, executive vice president of the Greater Education In various schools
Dev. Co., to Eleanor C. DuBane, Philip N. Brownsteln to Her Naples Chamber of Commerce ; and Don Lander, (count agriculture and colleges In Minnesota and
Naples Lot 2, Blk 9, Unit 5, bert V. and Alma L.Cambridge, agent. (NEWS photo) Ohio. I
The Moorings, $22,500; Moor. Lot 1. Blk IV, River Park East, -- ------ Four years during World War
I Kwik-Chek Shopping Center MI 2.2052 Ings Dev. Co., to Donald L. and $9,500 Robert B. Dearth to Ros. II, he was a member of the j

Friday 'til 8 Saturday 'til 7 Miriam C. Berg, Chicago Lots anna D. Loach, Naples, Lot 67, East Naples, parcel In Sec 29, Collier COUfatyCorporations Filed by William H. Gracely, armed forces, serving in the
Open 3 and 4, Blk 9, Unit 8, The Unit 1, Isles of Capri, $14,600; Twp 48, Rge 27, $2,000 Guilford 3 P.O. Box 1796, Naples. South Pacific as a paratrooper.
i Moorings, $45,000; Rosita Keen Russell J. and Nancy C. Me Naples Corp., to Edward H. and Get A.B.C Motor Sales, Inc. 580 Active In civic affairs Aunt
1 Reynolds to Leo R. and Marjor. Mildred O. Brugman, Windsor, 10th< Street, North, Naples Auth. Is currently serving as treasurer -
le Chlckerlng, Naples, Lot 14. Ohio, parcel In Sec 11, Twp 49, Florida Charters Stockl 100 shares of Com. at of the St. Ann's Parent-
and 13, Blk C, Naples Gardens, Rge 25, $8,000; Seward Corp., to TALLAHASSEESecretaryof $1.00 per share, filed Septem. Teacher's Association. Mr.
$1,000 Leo Chlckerlnt to Ron. ber 16. Dealing In: Auto sales
1 Harrtson-Alne Dev. Corp. New
Adams yesterday announced and
State Tom Mrs.
aid and Vivian Hody, Naples, Lot la business. Incorporators Dan R. AurltlndfamUymaketheir
i York Sec
parcel ,Twp the chartering of the home In
Naples at 650
14 and 15, Blk CNaple.Cardens, Slavin, North Naples Bramwell
49 25
Rge $18,000.
K following CoWer County corpora W. Mooring Une Drive.Smathers .
$1,000. Seagrape Corp., to John Ma Fredrt ck son, Naples, Opal
Mango Growers, ne.,to George tlonst Slavin North Naples, Ann E.
: $ crts, Sharon, Pa., parcel In Sec Deatrlch, Inc. 614 10th< Street, ,
Stehle, Flagler Beach, Lots 20 Fredrickson, Naples. Filed by
13, Twp 49, Rge 23, $16,000 WU. South Authorized Stock
ariahN and 21, Blk A, Naples Manor lIam B. Stone, Inc., to Cecil F. 100 shares, of Com. at $100.00per James R. Adams, P.O. Box 416, Holland
Lakes, $1,500; NaplesSouth.Inc., and Eunice M. Smith, Lynn, share filed September 16 Naples.
to Charles A. and Kathleen S. Ind., parcel In Sec 2, Twp 50, In ,retail hardware bus. Executive House of Naples, With Majority On
Hendrtcks, Naples, Lot 2, Blk 1, Rge 25, $13,000; George W. Gill dealing Iness. Incorporators: Ray Dea Inc. (B.85100) P.O. Box 798, Na.
Unit 1 Naples South, $10,800 Auth. stock 10,000 sharesof Apalachia Bill
; to Roscoe W, Thompson,Nassau, trick Deatrlch, Bur pies.
Naples South, Inc., to Carlton A. Margaret common stock at $1 per share
Bahamas In Sec 25 Twp
parcel ,
all Naples.
ton C. Walworth,
and Virginia Williams, Naples, 50, Rge 34, $1,100! JIB Corp., to Filed September 17, dealing In: WASHINGTON (AP-Both of
I Lot 6 and part Lot 7,Blk 4, Unit Lester Whitaker Jr., Naples, real and personal property. In. Florida's Senators Spessard
1, Naples South, $3,200; C.W. parcel In Sec 15, Twp 51, Rge 26, corporators Allan Slade, Nelson Holland and George Smathers
voted with the majority Friday
Warrtngton to Raymond Snyder, $34,000; William B. Stone, et al, Faerber and W.G. Downing, all
Immokalee Lots 1, S, 10 and 12, of Filed by Smith, Car. In passing the $1 billion Apala.
when buy thle .Mme In beeutlful ,..... to Gabriel H. Luff, Naples : Naples.
Pine ,
yen "
yeu get mere thin in can ft par
..,lcultu.II, .....*. lend te (. with It. Bik 12, Newmarket Sub'd$4,6000; col In Sec 10, Twp 51, Rgo 31, roll, Vega, Brown and Nichols, chla area development bill. The
"_'. a r..1 l ....... .. Midge Drive Just few mlmitM' Nerth e< Neelee.! A ....rt. nw. Joseph S. Weinfeld to Charles T. $2,200 Florida Sunshine Acreage Suite 12, Baled Building ,Naples. vote was 45.13.
medeni, .-........ tome with a leemlnf Private lake MI the .It, end many ether .Nnctiww Jr. ;; *
i I Print treee. wks, end " frame cenetructlen with vinyl 1 en cencrete fl..rs and and Frelda Y. Lancaster , Inc., to Helen L. Partridge,
lerge ewnlng: type wlndowt. .Pju-crprt pea utility reem end e delightful, scr..n.d In Immokalee, part Blk 5, Sunny et al In Sec 20 Twp 51
i 1 nil Keel. A ir II rubier
lielni with cemferteble
living reem built' 'In teem eefe and ed David C. Town
.bl... TM twe dreemi .. .. Acres, $2,500; 33 .
eeeekwe HM have built-In chMti *4 drewere end Cither Rge $1,300.Florida
bedrem weuld, make. a line den er eludle H .....nII. .....,.... tile bath end large ........ .Hen*. send to Oliver D. and Pauline H. Investment FuturesCo.
The lady ewner hee to* null children sad meet Int. .. Lot 5 Blk A REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES
meve Neeln te be .r her werk. Townsend, Naples, .
and Rose B.
to Peter
She le, therefere efferlng this beeutlhil heme end huge let el the .,..U, reduced price el .nl, ,
IIMM. Liberal, terme er will trade tor heuee In tliy. Whispering Pines, $5,800.COUNTY Malvenda, Meriden, Conn., par. aVERNON
eel In Sec 22, Twp 51, Rge 33, r Motels Residences
$1,600 Collier Land Investment S
Clifford Anderson, et al, to S Acreage
Corp. to Morton Rothenberg, Rentals
'.4 Joseph and Florence Casuals, Miami; Beach, parcel In Sec T,
BILL LOACH REALTOR Malverne, N.Y., parcel In'Bee Twp 52, Rge 31, $1,000; South Cooperative apartment
31, Twp48Rge20$4,500ClU.; Coast Const. Co., Inc., to John
ford Anderson, et al, to John Ingro, Jr., El Paso, Tex., par. 49 Beach front property
and Ida Baldlnl, Flushing, N.Y., eel In Sec 3, Twp 53, Rge 32,
651 5th Ave. So. Phone MI 2-6151 parcel In Sec 31, Twp 48, Rge $1,900; The South Coast Const. PARTICULAR PROPERTY FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE

26, $4,500; Naples 846, Inc., Co, Inc., to Sally OUvtrezNortn F. WILSON has SPECIALIZING IN NAPLES AND SURROUNDING AREAS
"WATERFRONT SPECIALIST" to R.E. and Lucille A. Weeks, ..... .
been the
lake, HI., parcel In Eec 3, Twp appointed by :
53, Rge 32, $3,800; The South Equitable Life Assurance - -- <"" HOiCE ." ,
Coast Const. Co., Inc., to Evan Society as special repre- n
Harris, Roselle, ni., parcel In sentative in Naples and cW. Roy Smith i ; 'PROPERTt'
I Sec 5, Twp 53, Rge 32, $1,900.Collier County. He will "p1' "

WATERFRONT LOTSIn open an office soon offer- ._.... REA L T 0 R ..SIIITI-U: JQ.BILE. '1

Educational TV ing life insurance plans F4' f ,
health and accident programs 1'\"

Group Plans Meet and group, annuities insurance.business Wil. I i 1 '.tI Kit,'RENT <.
Fashionable Florida Educational( Television son and his wife Jeanne rt.: ,

Commission will hold Us regu. will live in the Essex Realtor
lar meeting Oct. 12 at Jackson House. They come from ,
vllle, beginning at Ift30 a.m. at New Shrewsbury, N. J. 791 Fifth Avenue South MI 2.211' .. .,.'
\; the Robert Meyer Hotel. (NEWS photo)


\ O y/yror' -- --=- .

z stand between
Does a matter


Royal Harbor komesltes ere priced from $6,403 to $19,900 a wide range to suit your Individual of money. . you and a car?

'taste end needs. This prime bsyfront location offers you in opportunity for a sound

Investment today that will be worth far more 'tomorrow . Just 5 minutes from center of town

shopping, within Naples city limits. Every spacious homesite Is directly on the water, fully taIli Ili

l ",-willed, end served by city utilities Take U.S. 41 end turn south on Sandpiper Street, ort I ta

telephone Midway 2-4748.







I w Got your heart set on a new car? But wondering what you'll use for money?

We've got the answer to that use OURS! You can get the cash you need fast on

an auto loan from u$. We'll arrange to finance your car in the way most advantageous -

to YOU. Cost will be low, terms convenient, service prompt. Come inl!

i Low-Cost Auto Loans a Personal Loans Checking Accounts

1 1960 KINGFISH ROAD Completely furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath home
Accounts Business Loans e Safe Deposit e Travel Checks
with living room, dining area leading to screened porch overlooking Naples Savings 1

Bay Many bona-fide extras Including mature landscaping and a free boat

dock. The BANK / NAPLES ;t* I

You can Inspect this home at any time by contacting Mr. Foster or Mr.

Blodgott at the ROYAL HARBOR Main office, 1940 Tarpon Road, or call .
Member *4
Ml 2- 74'. I
I Sarong, Sine 1 I
Neple. cad Cellar Coast >4I


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COlliER COUNTY NEWS, N.pFl./ ).. Sunday September. t' l 19b4 11 Jttc












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PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I 1 Announcements 14-Hlp Wanted Male 49-Houtes For Rent 57-Houses For Sato

:;- OF PUBLIC HEARING I \'tKA'S BEAUIV SALON Wanted: Mica, Man a Kitchen two bloch'' 'rom Gull Tlou NAPLES. 'b.th:'OUIH'bedoom. hOU..cIl

Tnr publ"i sri "(formed that I 1071 7th St South Initilletion Y sucrose d Heady. badioom two" bath furnnhad. water, T V Cable This ,.
p"tIC, Sear,n, will b. liald at th. !tbt NtUJ Cornar of llth Ava a employment for i ght man Reply home Si.\ per month yen nnhad home il almott new, end
round ml I
New Box re" Anuboble NOv.rnber
Cou thouie m last Niplet ous h. SI.It. MI B047 I Coll er County Ii locitad in the fa.ta.t grew
,I 1.1
'b.lrj ( Coo Realtor
:: 1/24 31
at II DO AM Tu.id.y : .5. B/tO Ill A4> liD 4.h Avo 10 MI 21171.11 Ing subdivisIon, out nda the city
|,*M for the purpo.1 of hoirmg Soy '/ StAtlescfij"5sI limits an appoint
compllnt or riooni why the M Wanted m.nl to ... thu rmonibly
low n .h d.'nnDt b oroson.d .> ,I 2-Kikes 15-SaUi Help Hoi"1 pricid home today ID.000 with,
*ocrbsd; : P. O. BOX * 33940WANTADGRAM I II Blocks from new" Saa Gale
Cjty o* Gulden Gate. Unit 4. .11 NAPLES FOR SALE Natonburg Hom.5'' conl.nu.d School, complitaly' I furnished Aiiocliti
ioi> in 'lock IlL III. lit 131 lo .rowlh crostos op.nlnll for 110 par month on yaarly la..a: Lucille Ott. V.I MpeumDEWEY
C |I"A; Lot I thru 12 Block 117 I I HONDA HAWK S100 AND 551cc .nd esocutvO Bersoneol1ff orron t monthly, Call I MM Nobl. Wr.hl
ill,, kati in Block 120 121 134 thru lest br.nch. Proseaf soles l/li II
13) 131 a M< thru 144 to R.1: ill TAKE OVER PAYMENTS forco Seers ging Ill 000 earn.legs. RENTALS POLLY
toll I" Block 124 thru 127 Unu.u.1 corn penis lion

12 a 13 In Block 121 .11 LDt'l I I II CALL Ml 2.62893BoatSMotors plani and promotion opportun 2.r Rrn 2 boUt homo on w.I'
129 thru 132 sod ill itv for ippl,cinti Writa or call REALTY
Block sr Stono sad r.I", SilO mo
Writ. want-ad. Its It's fun. Write ad In the
,n Block 145 to R IA; Loll 13 thru your own eaiy . your ipoce Mr Dui.tad ..n.r.1 I managar

2i Block II?. Lot I thru It BlockS I below count the words to find your cost. Try a low cost want-ad today to in care of Rutanbarg Homa.. 1 Bdrm I bath ,m city 'I2CARIBBEAN Folly. R.altsrC
I2J Loll I thru IS Block 140. Lot I Acces.SACRIFICE U, tIlt St South Naplai Phone 0.0 0.0eV

U. Bioek 141 t* 'R IAi, iii 1 I buy, sell, trad. I .Ml I!._2_SMS 9/2 It B, I'm I bath furnished for ornor T.m.ml lit Ave Trod No, end
lo'rll: HI it II ..
Black Lots thru ...ona MI P 41"

sod Block: Lot 122 12 Lot thru IS thru II, Block 29 Block 141 l4'j I Name ......................................_._.._.................. I Johnson '35' AI 1 16-Hlp Available Sr Rm 1 both furnished. III

R MINIMUM CHARGE 75< 59 ely, .UO p" mo loll Jon J 58-Lots For Sale
;. of Goldin Git. Unit I, Lot. 'nl."D', itenor painting pro.
I thru 21 Block 15) ill Loll In Address --_. -.-.--- shape. NEVER RUN IN 1.on.1 wok. .....on.bl.proce. REALTY I.arse desrakbO lot is Pial
Block: 154. 161 171 a 17t to CIA' I LOCAL RATES I Will sell .. H. Woggonum, MI 2 7117.oa REALTOR Ridg I In *>.*.. of two acrae

lot II thru 14 Block IS5 Lot I Consecutive SALT WATER. ItN.ed _ _ _ _ _ and one of the few remaining
thru It Block 164. ill Lots In Block Insertions City -- cash. Kel. mil Nn T.."I Ml 71103 loll in Pine' Ridge where am
IM Loll I thru 14, Block IM ill I PER LINE now at $250 o good rolisble m.n.uo' mall' may ba kept (hone etc ),
Lot In Block IS?. lit 170 4 172 I I I II after 5 30Scotly m.nt m.n. I(0' ...c. ..,'U' Priced to loll
thru 171 to R.1; Lot I thru 12 1 or 2 Insertions . 25< Phon. ler 2-3565 : Mature. sbli, OI grid. Vol.Av.iIabbu 50-Roomi For Rent
Block 121 ill Lot In Block lIt 5.1 end.ory ; JONES REALTOR
new. urysec C
R IA I thru I .3 or 4 Insertions. . 18e Craft 22 I" Inboard outboard Room liii I Iw"l. 7uinTitrTi7Twj DAVID
t. 160 thru 1(3 to ; Lot Wrol. Boo 1737 41. Col.Ior nl Fifth Anu So
I5S. ill Loti In Block 157.LDt. I I . 100 HP Interceptor, low Rows /U It working Bins to chore Kitchen
|17. Block I 5 Insertions . . 16 County .
if desired cal
20 thru 36 Block 164 Lot < Please publish my Classified Ad forconsecutive - ...., hours Head skip to ihore pro.I. e Raiidantial' Lot Lake Park
15 thru 27. Block 164 to R 2A; Loll 20 Insertions . . 12* Depth Finder, good condition Man with, 21 yean anpariance lant location Call Mao Roaari N sorsc hoot and stores 12.III.
MI 10715 01201121 in Office Manigimant daunt m '4t nr ? 2M>I "/" It_ MARLOWE a BECK 4M Ith
29 thru 39, Block 113 to R3A. I l8'Ot
City of Golden Oil. Unit' I. Lot I COUNT 4H AVERAGE I II lost 26 ft' hardtop Chris Cr.ltSaa to 'local In ..... Ml Ym.ce Rd. 'a ore"1 Klch.ft prov Ave South Ml I i 1221smihttf .
I thru 30 Block III; ill Lot In I WORDS PER times, starting ? ,,,--i-n, Skiff, twin l ItS hp :motor. l/4 >t lose II d..d MI P 3413.
Block 200 204 205 213 4. 221 to LINE hip to ihore. galley. I bunk. 40 yaar old lady for nur.ingcompanion B'71 If _
f IA; Lot II thru 12 Block IMInt. ; $. cash with order. .I.nd up h..d, tutttomoter. of.cilbonf Light ..acralarlaldutiai 'SACRIPICE BY OWNER
12 thru 20 Block Dtl6jl Lot I I u.m.i.n.- -? I CDndloon. Ptronu MIZ Drlvari .Ii cease S 12 24 S3-Llstings Wanted 122 5 172 Waterfront lot
19 thru 36, Block 1 Ill; thru. Count 44\ Average Words Per Line 24' pftrr 7 D m l'lf Of hour duty Ruf.r.nc.s Call MI la.g.ta P.Clubhouse coos. lo Gulf Naar privateBaach Seagate .
Block 190 Lot I thru 19 and S a
14 ; 1 31)1 batwian 1pm
Block: 192; ill Lot In Block 113: !I Business Opps. pa? 1i70 11 In H.v.lost bu porsfor N.pl. low Collior cost County homes School 200 Cost with "terms,100 Will Ml
Loll 1 thru 13, Block 194; Lots 13 I accept I
ReeU. F oUno_ fOr Trail RIIR" I 000) B/lOOt
thru 24 Block 195; ill Lots In
Block 195 4 197; Loll I thru 10 II SERVICE STATION 23-Miic. For Sel. Sacrifice beautiful Corner lot

Block 191, ill Loll In Block 203; Modarn nrvlci tatlon for I.... 57-Houses For Sal esarn.w High School, Cut
I thru 17, Block 220 ill Lots I 100. Phone
LoIS ; by Allintic Refining, Co Locatjon SINGER ZIO z..a II000 Will take 12.
In Block 221 222 4 223; Loll 10 2201 No Temlaml Trail at Sums libi, new, Monogrsnos. but'tonholea DkMtHl LAND'N"' 3 .It '/21 If

UBl""ChB2'" :hto 224:; Lot 13 thru The Moorlngi Pi id !,..Inln.po..m. Bew, on button. fine)' WATERFRONT
14, R1: Loll I thru I I fln.ncltl iKl.l.nca ititchai Sn.II 1I.Inu 0' SB n Two horn.. f bidroomi, I bithch
23, Block 207 ill Lot In Blocks I For further Information, call Mr par month Write Bo 1731 'U .. Both houiai lurm.hid. 59-Acr.ag.
201 209. 210. 211. 212. 214 21S end Thorn., Ft Myari Fla WeI Collier 216 Loti I thru 21 Block Oil; II 2243 cal shrubs and ihadad with H tract II00 down and
Slft er write Ivy Ave 39 Inch G E Sldce C.n b.ii .era
to R IA; Lot I thru 17. Block IIS I II Ft Myari. Fla, 0lOt III' Ilh Lone NorlIr. 0' cell I.... p.lml and pine tr*.. Is 00 par- month No latoreslSlot
116 Lots 1thri I
II. Block
lots I thru ; MI PilotLoiI Both ft oases proud at $70 030.R 00. One mile from GotdonGate
II Block 117; Lot 12 thru 21 E.I.bl.h.d, S..vu, It.loon Sorlosse. entono, It.. in the oll.rT.rms nty I Open Sunday Colliar .
Block let; Lot I thru 17, Block 190: CDnt.d L.on.rd H.n br gnt carpal colors to qualified purcha.ar County Realty I l/ll >f
Lots 16 thru 30, Block 192; Lots I I nm, ". 130 Fifth, A... So ra.tor tham with Blue Lultra.,
I 14 thru 21 Block 194; LoIS I thru I S15 3t12Help R snteloclrles ihampor II Nu.plo. AooclataiLucille Cleae m to US. 41
Block Furniture Co tin H Otti Virgil,I MircumDEWEY n4l. .
195 Lot
I?. Block Termi Collier Ceun
: 11 j 112h'81'h 202 Pleaie remit' check or order. Noblo Wright acre
193; Lot thru money Wanted SACRIFICE' ty It..It y. Last on the Trait
Lots I thru II Block 211; Lots I I _ _ - _ _ -J Frlgldelre I II ft '''*.' '. '
Block" 220 Lot 1 thru1. Ooldan Gate 2\010\ acres. unit 71
II thru 35. : with ,ailS, In POLLY
.. Block 224; LoIS 12 thru 27 Mr. & Mrs. T Moving into.. See horn at 1271 Milano, near model homes. |2.000 equity .

block 221: Lot I thru I. Block PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE If want to live In appliance O.rdan. Oil tf payment 111 par month.
NOTICEIN Dr gor nto
7t; Lots I thru 12. Block 227 to REALTY W E Cop. I 10 North West II,
R 2A; Lots 31 thru 42. Block III, Naples Area Fort Laudardale LU 12417
In Block 191 199 4 201; Lou I COUNTY JUDGE The public:: .r.llllnr.rd:: that 5 The public ore informed that 5 If you enjoy working with Oeo Daway Polly. RaaltoPine AVAILABLE
thru 10, Block 202; .11 Lot In COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN public haering at the public hearing will ba held at IOu ppople ..LCOHOLICI..NINYMOUI C omnor lot Avo No sad Land .".... of Handry Coon
thru 4. Block Courthou.e In East Napla. Fla. at Courthou.a Eait fl. T.ml.ml T'IMI ,
Block: 206; Lots I PROBATEIN In Niplaa Men wi'h drinkingproblem tv aarial and non ..".1 Al.o
207. Lot 29 thru S3 Block 217; RE: ESTATE OF 10 4$ AM. Tuesday October II. at 10 10 A M. Tue.dav, October II If you want rent A utilities or women Ash for help by CHI r 4130 ._._ Collier. Charlotte Lea. DaSot
Loll It thru 31. Block 219; Lot HERBERT KENGEL IOU for the purpo.e of Itioriailncomplaints : r. 1964 for the purpoao n:1 hearing anycomplaint and Okaachobae J M Smad
I thru II. Block 2t; Lot t thru Daciiiad orr.s.005 wIly. Itt. fo or why:: tha to). Free ing MI 0 .nl l Visitors cor*FirttBaptitt illywelcomed R,dge horn on eon. lot, lay Publ Inc *00 Now York

20, Block 22. to R 3.... TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. lowing should not be re toned u I lowing, ihould not b. r* toned so If need only I a modest Meetings In BIhSt. Nurly naw I bedroom with cir Building, DaLand, Florida
City, of Golden G.t., Unit, 7. ill SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR OEMANDS deicribed .hereinThe : deicnbad herein: you Church Annai on port end icrnnad porch. 112.MO 2t
Lots In Block 232. 233. 234. 237. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Eat 250 feet of the Wool 400 Lots 11 a 34. Block B. NaolaiGirdeni IncomeIf at 7lh Ave every Tuei and j/27
241 lIt 4 240. Lots I IS thru 30 You lad aach of you ara haribynotified feet of Lots 77. 71 a 71 Niplel' according to Plat Book 4. Cr1 nehfettloPt.f33Services Apartment hou.a downtown Mlpit.
Block 242 ill Lots In Block 249: and ,squir.d, to prattnt any Improvement Co.. Little Forms lc page 11 Collier County Record you enjoy Pleasant Iwo. 4 ono bedroom unit end 40 Acres )H miles from Court
( j..2 4 254 to R I,' ill Lot claimi' and dmandi which you. or cording to pl.t thereof recorded In to be re toned from Rl to Cl Offered motel roomi |jo,000, Good Houn SUO par icra Open
In I'B :! 259, 260: Lots 7 thru 22, ithir of you may N snusos Instthu Plot' Book page 2. Collier County clamflcitlon, Own. William Wit*. Surroundings Tarmi. Sunday.
Block 262; ill Lot In Block 263 a.tata of HERBERT KENGEL. Record b erelon.4 from Agrl BOARD OF Write Collier County Newt CBS two bedroom plus two bid CARIBBEAN REALTY
264 265. 266 267 4 261 251 to d.cussi 4. lata of nd County to culture to C.I claiiificition' Owner: COUNTY COMMISSIONERSSEAL LAWN MOWER REPAIRS room one bath efficiency 111,200Naar Raaltori
R.IA; Lots 12 thru 23. Block 230.Loll tha County Jud|. of Collier County Ivl L. Gilmar ( ) P. 0 Box ...46 stating qual.lIflotloni Lake Park School 1780 N. Trul Ml MlTRAIL
13 thru 21. Block 231; Lou 1 Florida. at lois ottici In th. court BOARD OF Margaret T. Scott Clark 8-24 6t One bedroom duple compUlily "
thru IS Block 242; Loll I thru I*. houie of ..Id County at Ent Ni COUNTY COMMISSIONERS By R. W. Biatty PUMP ENGINES I fiirni.hd Naar city hall FRONTAGE
Block 243; Lot 10 thru 17, Block pll Florida. within, lix. calendar (SEAL) Deputy Clerk WANTED SU.500. 10 icrai high 4 dry land m
Lot thru 17, Block Oft Lot T Scott, Clerk' l9 Zt5 miles from courthouse MAR
244; 1 ; month from tha time of the first Margaret S.pt 20 27. 4 #
I thru 15 Block 250 to R 2A; lot publication of this nolle Two By L W Baatty Qualified 2142 B..tt Av. Ml 144143oWantJ Two bedroom CBS Tarraita lOWE 4 BECK 411 lilt Ave
I thru 12, Block 261: Lot 141. copies of aach claim or damandihill Dopufy Clerk NOTICE OF, INTENTION TORROIBTBR builaaii, With party or to without Mart c.pltaL own. "n_ 8' floor. city, motor, close In Lost Smith. Ml 7 SlOt T/2 If

Block 262. Lot .121 thru 21 Block ba In writing, . Hit* SiotJQJZ, 1064 ,,. .. ,...,. .297. FICTITIOUS NAME I Some enparianca Naples' IS,100. ,k. ..
nacanaryI" I
269 to R2A: thru II A Lot tha placa of rosid.n'd.: ..: post ol. OF L J. ALEXANDROFF and POPPY hava larpe building: In 'goad To Buy CBS: 4 bedroom.. 1 t'TE. ."* m. ISO A'T.ctc"I'r. r: ;;:A.
31 Block 230; Loll I thru 7. Block fica, .dd...5 of the claimant and NOTICE .Ib Jii OAl.OE ALEXANDROFF, hu.b.nd and location: with, plenty of parking ming pool In Roy.l Harboroverlooking This, I. .11 uull.nt lovestmoetor
243; Lots I thru 4. Block 244: Lots hall bl .worn to by th. clilmant REGISTER Shot ., Used lru7lTl"waTud* the bay. 142000
Th. d.... h..by c.". wlf*. h.r.tjy certify th.y sroconducting .. Sod ll.o living quartan pickup Firm Lend
25 thru 34. Block 241; Loll II thru agant attornay and aceompamad, und."n.d" Good CBS I badroom, t
usolise the following basins What have pool Write full detail condition Stahlman Prop bath ever 10 Acre tract. W110' on Illelof
I t"-"
tiff conducting e
29, Block 249: LDISI thru 29, by a filing fa* of on* dollar and and noses I \amer. .clovI, ,.": tllk icrning on labrici *. Collier County Newi P arliai. Mimtininci Co. 1211 Ird looking lake Capri Hi way, naw propoiedNaplai
Block 250; ill Lots In Block; 1SS.1 suck claim, or damand not to filed River grocery a Tamiaml Trail, at Ochopee. p. and othir materiel. and Ih* O Boo 1717 A 47 /22 tf SI So 1/21 tf 714 'I'L Drive I.i.oIl to Marco I.land Route,
Lot 13 thru 16 Block I 261; Lou hall b. voidTHELMA. r.f .
thru 4, Block 262; Lot I thru II. kENGEL Florida. under tha fictitious nima of suck Itami; m.nul.cturl endlele W.nted: Downtown I bedroom foams Adiacant. L.nd Pricad Con.iderably
TURNERS RIVER GULF STA.TION. of clothing; and the manufacture of Mlu.trat .,. block from baich U.IOO Higher than ouri Good
Block 269 to R 3A; ill Lot In Ai e ecutrl. of th. Lilt Someone capable 38-Autos For 5.1.acflllCe .
Block 239 231, 241 247, 259 257.Loll '. Will, and Taitimant of ." and that aaid, firm I. compoaad and .la of Item of penon.l. leo children, book. Sonds.mpleo Tirmi "50 down, |ll 00 mo Tirmi Open Sundus"eCARIBBEAN
t thru 9, Block 244; Lots I HERBERT KENGEL of the following I parsons who. property Incldenlel to the u end of work to Jack Love REALTY
thru 24. Block 241 to C.IA. docus sod nama. and plao. of raiidincel enI maintenance of e "home all under 18se tth St Sn ./4 at by Owner BILL, LOACH R.iltor
City, of Golden G.t.. Unit I. Port PARKS .. EMERSON follow the fictltiou.I I mm of POPFILIFABRICS. 1710 N Trail Ml' 21111
I: All Loll In Blocks 270 271 272. Attorney for the Wilter' J. Holimtn They alto certify that 13-Help Want. Female II. Tampeit 4 Dr Automatic
273. 274 279 271 277. 271 4 271 Eitata of Harb.rt Kangal Ever :lad.e. FloridaOwnannip they sri th. two and only ownersof Tram Radia, 4 ...t bolts REALTOR SOMETHING. DIFFERENT' INACREAGE
to RIA.Own.r. Dacaaiad of iiid builneu IIprovi.ioni ., Mid butlne.. enterprlt therein*; aach and Ollice Gin 1 Wanted Typing Ra. Reel clean a A I Condt'Dn., Sb. 'th Av.. 10.MI .
10% Intewt ,
Gulf Am.rlcin Lind Corp.BOARD 165 bIts Avanu South fDIIDWa: owning Coplionist.; To bl train for B..t offer over |/00. C.n ba 201S( NOW I .cr. tracli bested
01 business
OF Naplai Florldi WaIt.r J. HD'm.n' 100% th.t BId'gPNoCJo2 Airport ordmiting, colon In Kitchen 50005 1 470 Ith St No.tlU 111.1 lass ceo mil from US. 41,
COUNTY COMMiSSIONERS /Binjimln G ParkiSept'1" It I. h.. Inl.nllDn to .ppl to the I Is, I Lust 1'1.' C.bn.t, Co Raply to Collier il Drive. on to this property with
(SEAL) firm CI..h 0' Ih. Circuit, Court In .nd plii Florida County News eon 1717 A 41. FOR SALE MOVE RIGHT I'F'OS your own cer and com p.,. IIagainil
Msrttsr.f 1, Scott. Clock *, 13. 20. 27. 1S64 #27SQ for Collier Counly Florids' tD "C" Th.y .t.ta It Ii their Intention to Of14.Help other Only III
By N. W. Bsatty.Doputy tom the said nome 01 TURNERS .pply to the Clerk of the Circuit 1/24 lIlt Chevy S12500 No offer Illh Street North, I B.d any
down full .
7IS For
Clsrk RIVER GULF STATION sndom 50. Court In and for Collier County refused .11 10.h Ao S"OI'h room 2 Bath. IorcisCr.n.dtorch price
Sup 20. 27. 1964 Alto of Chtptar 209S1 Lswt of Florida, to ragl.tar the nama Wanted Male garage. Central Haat and further Information' contact:
.d'I D T Jones .
Air Entarprliai Ine.MIdwey
Conditioning | 100, '
of POPPILI FABRICS the |ll)0)
of 1941Witnix pro
Florid Acts 41 Trucks
my hand thli lifts diy of visIons of Chapter 20951, Lewi of El I.clrcun 0rnpiianorpoirmsn down and fill par month w'th 11340. p, 0. Bon 171
NOTICE OF, INTENTION TO PET DOCTOR Sapt ItM Florida Act of 1141 sasmondod.Wtnusn Apply B I to I duly. Brack herd Pch tn and I in.ur.nc. FHA. no
Itso TiucbT'li'sob .
REGISTER ,FICTITIOUS NAME WALTER J. HOLZM"'NS.pl. their hinds thiS 10th d.y EI.ctroc Inc 961 3rd St. North ,. 2 9507 up doling co.t For trailer I or homa.lt. over I
Th. undenignid" don hereby c.,. d 1964 211 of September. IfOd /n PI acre tract tvi acre I
U. 20. 27. Oct. # -
Oily Ih.t thy ... Conducting 5 r... Iy A. w. Mn" D.V.M. J L j ALEXANDROFF VINCE CONBOY acre Iracll with, electricity and
tool Ford
t.ur.nt b usin.sss. S NipIs.. Ftorids. iN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY POPPY AlEXANDROFF Adortioero ipprac ate If when you t'Dn Falcon Debase .la 0usd.. Other b'. .c,.... tr.cl.
51010. Will tr.d. for SIS llh AVI
Undo' Ski fictitious, Osms of Cobol.at JUDGE COLLIER COUNTY WILLIAM H. GRACELY lot W.Dn B Ir.w.::: 120 down SlO per month .n"
orscres go or Ml lund. .. CDII,., ClUn.Iv .
Houso Sod Ih.t said lorm I. corn.posod FLORIDA IN PROBATE Attorney at Law 4./11110" 1117 II up Op.n
of th. following pir.oni who. IN RE: ESTATE OF I4> Fifth Avanu South nil Int..n.loon.1, Ch...,. $tolIy III' watt
nsrnos and pl.cn I of reiidincit Sri ROBERT E Naplaa. Florid
II follows URNEJ.d Sept U 20. 27; Oct. 4. lOU AlSO THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Lousy giar cob, Good good t.o; ..o farm 4 running or For Solo By Own.r Quick deal 70 .e,.. HO per

Elhinon Comb. 2155 10th Strict TO ALL CREDITORV"ND PER dump Chassis Will tridi for 1 Bdrm, hou.Io d.* room ere Open Sunday Collier,
N. Niplai Florida SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS public will I pleiie tike thit by virtu' of Chapter 1241 lot or wild acnaga, or Gosh I bit' lit at loth SI County Railty lw e tf
WllhT No
Ba.il Comb. 2159 10th Straat AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Sect'on I a. amended .yn Chapter SI.2135. Lows of d'I the 74 L.w down P.l"nl .n* ACREAGE """ "
N., Neplet Florid You *nd each of you sri h.r.by Board of County Commieiioneri. of Collier County Florida did' mik ISIS QMC VI pick lo 147 per month la qu.lifi.d N.ar
Owncnhip of Colonial Hou.l It n notified and required to present any cirti Improvement to Spruce a Jallarudivn .. 11..t. III Inom.II SuB' roll I Power to rP'l' ;.'dt buyer. Colt Dick, Hill, MI 2 "'01w..h sent proposed- Good TOLL. 1'0"040 -.

follow cleimi sad demand which you, er 'on, 55 outlined below, end that carleproperty 'nsa...meats to dyi '/11 t, |. n at 114 OM 2S.nv..I..nt."ud *
Elhanon Combl_- 50% either may hava e siosf thaeVtate remnn unpud due to their d.> re to .buttns m duty VI 4001 B,g Balanced .,'.n..d- .1 4%down"
Bias Combs 10% OlD ROBERT E:. KURNEYdecaaaed .wt"h.t.llh Tax Roll of five tint.Hh..vly WE RE LOADED Int
a e over 5 period (Ill yetn at raar >!I., 2 op. ...oc..l..
It ii Ih.., intintion to apply to late of Hid, County to 1'Nt Inl.r..l. room and 2. I, 4 or I lone With, llou... in sires mall. m.d Lucille Ofls Virgil M.rcum
th. Click of the Circuit Court in the County Judge of Collier County. Now Ih. public will l.hI farther notico toot elI .....meats 111.1 Oiliviry today $"00. lum and larga We ire bound Noble Wright
and for Collir County Florida tort Florid. at his office, In the court remain unpaid et th and of thu advertising' II ba given to I* hove your .". in Mock teA.k
|,itar the laid. nama of Colonial hou.e of laid County at Cost Napla. the Collier County Ta" A ssissor.n d I end ) ..f.I"r.'I': d againil laid Plus' tin and iliti t.., g'oe Os e Sr b' :
Hau.o undar th. provisions of Chip Florida. within nx calendar month propirtyd until ..'id limit) sri paid, In full. for Jack Ro'hfu.VsaliLEMAN : DEWEY POLLY
tir 20953 Lawi of Florida, Acts of from the time, of sIts first publication STREET PAVING ASSESSMENTS SPRUCE STREETINOMAH LUFF GMC INC M.,
1941Witnaii of this notice, Two cop ai of SUBDIVISION ill Ito It No. Tho Truil.'
thair hand. this 10th day each claim or damand ihall be in TotalProperty T..rM..y ''n..llnn BOYD REALTOR REALTY
of S.pl.mb.964. 51510 tho pl.u 10 Tonth SI. No.
writine end .h.1I Own. MI 0 tint
Lot .' No.
Ned( ) 'h. Aiinimenl
of r.sidonce Sad post 0111cesddruss American Legion, 44-Mobile Homes IJu"wtIILL) n.. D..y Polly. Realtor
of the cl.m.nt., .nd .h.1I be 'WDrn LIKE Ih. roomy .
Sept 13. 20. 27. Oct. 4. 1964 #2M to by thu cl.m.nl. .,.nl. oftomseysnd Pius lIt I B 112000 BR t Bath NEW home it 750llth CornotstAviP4ci T.IIM' ..nlllT.m.ml
accDmp.nled by 5 ',lin. fee 01 Joseph Poinir | O 47 II For ssIe I bedroom. sncloodcohsas. AVI So Cotta large
one dlollar end such clum or d.. Robert M Brown la I I lit IIFranchon s5tvi. ,.,,,....ID', criinid porch built, .In kitchen, "" 0.13110
Clt.III"L: You . m.nd not 10 filed' ahall ba void Dunn U a 11 I 12000 5555 Lot IOU, Nuplss TrsI.r sir cond .nef vial buy .1 Five ecre tract cloaa t* Napla*
SUZANNE M SURREY STREET PAVING ASSESSMENTS JEFFERSON STREET p orbsfs, S p_...__ lION It 8:9,504: an read .Naar golf curie. .

for mentioning ... .ooculrio of the Lett INOMAH SUBDIVISION Trui.r ..b..... Osrfvnrl In. IM dawn 110 ear month
In cite ol your previoui Will, and Taitament of Ralph N. Wilt.i. p, i|. n 20 O 24000 solo c..h 0' term MI 'tI" WE HAVE faw t.d..11I hem. IIIARLOWf 403 Itlt
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. ROBERT E. BURNEY, A. Raker I H 12100 5, Z 7707 3/11 I W available at 11 l5f down and I/O u 1 .r1tCK
orficUi itofod shot
ao'vartitara thank tool you melt dacea.ed .f.N" Wiltlil I H 4000Cloyd to IM, monthly, Hurry, ./IS Sun Thur If
you Dochihundt luftor from mangosometime PARKS a. EMERSON M Mullini' I H MOO 5-Tr.illrl
Attornayi for tha En.la of CONSTRUCTION itMO
In their 'Me I bolioveI Robert E Burnay Decea.ad BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS llth St No .II a 1 BR homo 61-Income Property

165 SlIt Avenue South C""" County Florida Truliri. II a waak with TV t* sill it |'IO.IM. ... it now"
I knew much ebewl DochthundtI SEAL)
ei Naplat. FlondiBENJAMIN ( Miriirat T Scott Clark sIt a w.... Spacai It e oweS while you tan maki your own Owner mutt ...11.I unit Metal

frhfI OilY person can learn ;in 0 Iir.- O PARKS W. '""yDtMy Clerk Rock CrieS Trailer Park color MliclioniROYAL pluS bedroom! epartmom on

lime of study end I feel Shot sVpt'2027rnbct. 4, II. ROBS #212 Sep. 8. U. 20. 17, >,M .27& 4/Jail HARBOR True lao 111.I U. .CDIII." Count, Really

ury son ke your m th:i I
you'" guilty el having performed 48-Apts. For Rent BR. t Bath with Family: Room,

e great duirvic laDachihundt FT .nt. Air l 1.0ndI.on.d. too' large porch heat 4 doubla lend,I garagicanlral .omo|. 67-Businis Property

Mrs I. Obey Fo*> ni.had alficiancy, coo Busch 4 N.aring completion on Dolphin Tr.il frontage 110 front foot.
r. I't par month yaar round Road II.', Noplis 50/, Between Naplee one) Marco I*.
berg. Mo... Who Can Do It? till P It2 5/20 land Turnaff Open Sunday

A. Dochthundi ore conudered' .by (wiak' /i'InisItedow I AIr hou.a. III III p.par' 10 WILLIAM Tenth St.u'ld.r.B No' STONE MI. INC 11711tnhed Caller, TouM Raatty 4/1 we tifBuilnwi

many popl I* b* Ik* most Inialliflanl w 005 plus Htililial I 1401Cri.ch Properly
Raid "14 IIvrn..h.II Four I bed roo", Itom. enlsrge Commercial Trail Frontage.
; of dog. and certainly, are en. tt (tie .p.rlm.nl 'D' ront. fcIly I.nll.eep' lot. 3 'I'*'Jf 'L*' *... .t e 'oory '....

(finest dogs to own Airegord.lahaallhrecerdi These Advertisers !, 'N'OI.. ..h. MI ''!O.tI" snfvetrishod I.. enable. Price Or owner will
EXPERTS In Their Unes. lOt .alien buy for retired pariont con.idar Trading for ..,.....
"Ihey are better then moat live in one end rent th... Open Suodoy's.CARISBEAN.

broods, .but Stirs ere many Wroini of They EQUIPPEDtxP IENCED and READY to serve you -iii-- tao 110 out. 127100. Carl Andarton, Ml REALTY
are I Furn I bdrm. opts Erfitlantie 2 MIS or writ Palm. Rn.r E. Realtor
..JohnsonSkipper's Doch>)hund> that boos skis, di.aa.a, oU. *. TV, Air C....... 741 dOlt tatat 1/21 S tl yin N. 7,51 MtHiy

"though lorn* strobe cIo Ml I hop hat Ava So Ml 14. .>12ElTciancy Royal Palm Or, .immaculal
ROOFING lor rant cenirely' CBS hm*. New well to wall' 65-Gen. Real Estato"TBTTtmWTSToTrWTt
which oitociolad SEAWALLSSEA llt
with" :
65 Ih. llroln yew ere ANSWERING SERVICE catad WooS or menth a larpet I bath. den end I ufili

I. a clem .,,0111. If .., you may not be 5/0. IfI'IABLE ty room. U a000tras MARLOWE P
-j a BECK, 4S1 Ith Avatoulh DEMANDS THE BEST
familiar with'" .the problems mat sri en.countered Roofs 'iprairad
mittS /
Marina In tome porto of .Ih. United tsl5.I'O"O iifO...n.suroio 5 WHITE oactifi.s pro WALLS SHORES APTS.MI ,,_ Ml 11221 7/12 "wolf 41 ecrae opponte The Moo
sloe omull idfii SitS 00Ipaco tacti and seals ell roofs Free OPEN HOUSE Sunday I I lie lags May soil hall City water,
854 River Point Drift State. I wilt add, however (..atlll .ma .od rocoptiOtt'OS torn'so .matet Ml 2 M5S NAPLES CONCRETE WOOD ROCK Hilly Rood 1M 2 ...Araca l Av.._ Ohio .I. ulzo'"I a It' Ava B R South homelocated : 11000 par .c... term
vail majority) of ochehu.... effected CoIl ROOF CLEANING a PAINTING Foundation Piles in Crayten C... .,.. You will, T'.... Location, Good llavlten .

Between The Two with manga, Ih. condition II mild end .! __CO s/21.101RJYH'S EBB TIDE APT$. ,lik, the luaury horn faaturntiered City witer, 10 ae.a. for
Gordon River Bridge Docks-Mooring Whips Summer monthly el only |!4.110. the Small build.r" I and economy
readily rMpond. to treatment, cowlinglittle REPAIRSAc ratet.Jjt ham. 12000 per acre tarmi.Prlmi .
BOYD Realtor
Ml 2.2822 MI 2.3925 trouble to ownoriCHECK UUthi' IAOEN Automate' ABBOTTRadio ,
or no flftenciM On Waak. ar M Tintfi St N.. Ml, J MCeeuina gal ititlon corner. lot
Month IRIS' MOTIL1 Ml 5/i, Ott fiat d.ap East
Radiator Repairs Radio Road J 21" ar Ml IBISO! Sand I bedroom 1 T.mi.mi You r.w :i. this:

bath large perch control! air era .aiplad 1150 per front
and DOUBLE CHECK I Gil lank Steam repaired CleasrolBob welding jOWl I Ilil } 4471 49-Houi For I.ntRlNTALS c.-d'tws. refrigerator. ",._. dstwoshor.steve. aN Bonus. foot Term*.

OFFICE uo a "."".' ? 'a k4chei. $ '. ..... Mister. NOBODY hat better
tiCs Davn .1..... Ml S42SS RIP-RAP SEAWALLS MARLOWE a eic"X4ll HhAv located property for Immediate
to, Ml uae er ,""..Im.nl. See .... to.
M'" III <*y,
and ROCK GROINS B/SI M., _ _ _

1..11.... I41C' ., .,IIC. ...."lIun. c......* ......11..4.ck.i APARTU INTO complete with *bl. garage. Air ': .'
equipment, and machine* at trmndw* Cend tiomng 4 londsuapud" lawn ill tit aitI No.Nobles. .
..vh.... ,I... ond *'.1"' 'V""IIMID LIC./. ielu.e soul house FLu., ,
I. Ou'f &"v.tit.
yr J. W. DYCHES. REALTORDuplia .
the ss ; sTvTMoSlv Euop: PaymeBl
e'uO.cf pl cawirel i. ; : ; :
11 F.R'In: Commercial PrintingThafs IKM . Or D'l'n' : : Plan. Auto. Homo Ownon.F"JAfOER .
**!., water. Phon Ml I ISO* .... 'fl. :
;'11'" A,.. II.. )I'' %.2'.1 turns( rout "i' Ward.AkoeHR1 { iiF. 0....,A6S INSURANCE
Top . ORJH MOHJH Oailor, I Eourn _.. lu.sIo... MI'I' It. So. Av*. North
Ml I 17IM. ..... B p rn '/27 tf '/24 II Ml I.m.tilt T/lt.ed .



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.'. 12 .t.. 'OUNTY NEWS" Nap at, fa.. "" "ay', .pt.'m." 2'7. '1461, 07 .. -- - "" -, ,

HERE IT IS! Peacheesy Pie I ISO
1 pound 13-ounce can peach slices Peach Filling
2 cups PiIIlbur '. Bat (lifted Regular or Instant Blending) Vi cup sugar 2 tablespoons com syrup
All Purpose Flour 2 tablespoons corn starch 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
Pillsbury's16TH 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
%4 cup shortening Combine peach slices, sugar, corn starch, com syrup, pumpkinpie
GRAND NATIONAL BAKE-OFF 2 tablespoons Land 0'Lakes Butter spice and. vanilla extract.

Oven 425 9-inch pie Cheesecake Topping
Droln peaches; reserve liquid. Combine flour with wit In mixing bowl. Cut 2 eggs slightly beaten 3-ounce package cream cheese
In shortening until fine. Sprinkle 6 to 7 tablespoons peach liquid over mix. Vi cup sugar Vi cup dairy sour cream
PRIZE WINNER tun, stirring with fork until dough holds together. Roll half of dough on 1 tablespoon lemon Juice
floured surface to a circle I Vi' Inchti larger than Inverted 9-Inch piepan. Fit
Into pan. Place Peach: Filling In pan. Dot with butter. Cover with Topping. Combine eggs,sugar and 2 tablespoon pooch liquid'. In small louctpan.Cook
Fine Grand Prize Roll out remaining dough. Cut large, slits for escape of steam. Moisten rim over low heat stirring constantly until mixture tttlcktm. Soften cream ch of bottom emit. Place crust over Topping. Seal by folding top edge under small mixing bowl Blend In lour cream and lemon|Juice with mixer on lowestspeed.
by/anil Doykin Melbourne, Florida bottom edge.Flute.Brush with peach liquid. Bake at 42S: for 10 minutes,then .Gradually od chit mixture,beating constantly until tmoom. .
at 350 for 30 to 35 minutes.Cover edge with foil offer 20 minute of baking. Tipi. If desired cut top crust Into circlet; arrange Cheesecake Topping.For
Adapted by Ann Pillsbury use with Plllsbury'i Best Self-Rising Flour,omit wit.
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Plain or Iodised Handy Libby's Pln..pp -Gro.fruJt

2 25c Helm
CHUNKING pkgs. Popular

CHINESE DINNER Tomato Soup :g 10
f 1 Cairo Beauty Sweet .
1 1 Ckse-Khnl ChickenChow MIXED PICKLES Armour's CornedBeef

/ MaRKBITSe Mein . *SP 69* t 16'ox. 2ge Hash 3 ;ant: $1The

Chwt-KInf leef jar
All Purpose OilWesson

ChuII.KIII Chop, Suey . . divider pock 69 OLIVE Pompeian Brand OIL Oil. 2t=; 29'

frozen foods Bean Sprouts :e"3 15* 4-oz.size 21Swift's c Krefl'i DreiilnfDHerb & Garlic . . . . . . . . "b::: 39'

Snow Crop Concentrate '
Ckse King Crisp

ORANGE JUICE Noodles . .. . . can 303 19 MEATS FOR Popular BABIES o Gataiina Dressing . .. . . . . .8b:.: 37*
Ares,. Testy

can 49 Soy Chvn-Kln,Sauce 5.0.. 19* 3 jar' 79e D Chili with Beans . . . . . . . . !..' 33'Plettlc
. . . bot.Claillit. WraeDHandiWrap
I Chef's Frozen $wi"'. Label IM- .
WAFFLES L0.Patna. HI-MEAT DINNERS . . . . . . . . . . . roll 29
Rice 2 33 Feulriese HandyDSpray .

'. I I 10-oz. reg. 10-0..
19 2 jar 3ge Starch. . . . . . . . . . . . else 49 t

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LIMIT? PEiuTbMERVVITH limit 2 customer .
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o down produce lane e SWIFT'S BONELESS

Swift's Premium Smoked


. lb.

APPLES39c Swift's Premium Sliced Veal Cutlets lb. 99C

Dried Beef . . . . 4-k':: 49 Veal

4 a Leg Roast . lb. 89C

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I 14 01 Mon. Thurs.

hotLIMIT a 8:30.6:30 Friday

I! PRICES I 8:30 9:00Saturday
M A R K K T S/
///PURCHASES OF$3.00 OR MOREyfJW 8:30: 7:00:
SEPT. 28, 29, 30, 1964 I I

1 11o11iooI I.!. T A "50i 50ml!..'lIAmsoJ" 50mlr 50i ISO mS/"Tf.Am 50I

Jftl Green Stamps Green Stamps J" Green stamps J1l Green Stamps
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Prss&u. TasSy '
(wlrii SQUill'S...........stampJ' SLICED BOLOGNA lb. 59c DASH DOG FOOD Ane.treee 22-01.'. Wed size Fleer 98c Cere MODES SANITARY II.*...,I NAPKINS
... 6 tall 98c
E e.N..e 2.-os.cow.!>.... r=t ooooooooooooooooooOSO.Mpmw WM.. Ie""" I/M p=" 8 OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOO....1_ .Moo cans e.a ... IM/ [3 800 l.i..o W.e.o i9hmS JI:: OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSO.2...-12'Ct.pkgs._. M 89c HM mr

oml! T.Am150J" l!..'l.raAm 15 0I !50me TIAm SO 500 OI/RTeA a SO IDI.1tTlaA"UUU5o

) Green J" Green... Stamp..._.. Jfil Green Stamps J$ Green. Stamps.. J": Green. Stamps I'
aA...__. I 'I." -/. I .ir tie CW M mi wd>u.eb i** limn mi 'Aw II I i) *w. U Lw+w.r
Dial SHontpoo stampJ Ib.69c GARDEN SPlAY IOMIBrei. LaW)
1..os. silo BEEF .. ... ... size 9Sc 2 8-az. pkgt.
.. .... .11I w. S..5. 1S Ye.e. e..L I.r 1 1
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.Jae Plan To Observe

Fire Week Prevention In Parks

Superintendent Stanley C.

Joseph. In announcing: Ever-

glades National Park's participation SECTION I NI.I"_ Fie.. SW"dIY, S.pl.'bOt' 21 It'
In Fire Prevention

Week. October 4 through 19. ., '.. ..-.-.
asked employees to consider .. !" "" t

each week as Fire Prevention "
*"'!" ,. ,
Week. Fires cause millions of ."

dollars of damage! each year """ .....
not to mention the human trag ,
edy that often occurs.
Many have read about the
tragedy that occurred In a nor I

thern state where I family of
children were left alone by their
parents when fire occurred. All

but one perished In the confla
gration. The National Fire Pro-

tection Association recently
stated that too often childrentry
1 to hide In a house Instead

A' .rs Sn of escape. They suggest that
children be taken on brief errands

or left with I competent

older family member or < ,t
baby sitter. The sitter should .' .<' (,t' j
get the children out of the house i \', K. j ., .> .. ., '. J. ,!
r "" .
I ,i't', .., '.'1.t", ... .
at the first suspicion of ,
very .. ," : ,, \"If ' ...:

fire.The three most frequent SAND-At one fell swoop' (six.feet wide). this
causes of fire In homes In their tractor driver Is cleaning an Oxnard Calif., beach lie It
respective order area smoking using the latest in beach cleaning equipment, a Beach Sanl- I
heating and cooking equipment titer. The sanltiier removes' all trash, Including glass with.
+ and electrical equipment. out further breakage, down to six Inches

wl' ?ylA? laae. Superintendent Joseph stated

that In Everglades National Dresses ,For $1 U they're willing to pay the

,4l.:. aI' Park Rangers will make fol- If Wears price.They can buy a dress for their
low-up fire inspections and Instruct Hubby
wife for Just a dollar as a tea.
21i7k4 employees and their fimllles Them From StoreCODY turf of a salts promotion.But I
In the of fire
proper use there's a cat' +'h. They
ewliipulshers which may be Wyo. (AP) Cody have to wear. the dress out of
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World NewsBy
Review Of Mexico. Work on the new North wing which will house

the club's main dining loom, is scheduled to be completed
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS campaign roared on to Its Nov.
shortly; locker rooms will occupy the south wing. Wiggs
Finally, it was over. All the 3 denouement. What had started
and Maale Inc the local contractors. The Port Royal
witnesses had been seen and with promises of no mudslinging are
listened to, the rumors checkedout from both sides was beginning Beach Club was first opened to members late In the fall
the Information weighedand to descend to more common of 1959. (McOrath photo)
Judged. levels.
There was no more to do. So Out of the oratory came the
on Thursday, Earl Warren, epithets ''liar." "raving, rant. With this Issue disposed of, mainly representing countriesof Parliament In 58 years, settingthe
chief Justice of the UnitedStates Ing demagogue," and there was Congress went on to pass the Europe argued that the stag for British electionsOct.
Journeyed to the White fear of more of the same as the $S.5.billlon foreign aid authorl. rights of Catholic states must 18, and ending the parlla.
House and presented to Presl. campaign went on. ration bill, the "' .bUlion Food. be upheld.On mentary careers of former Con.
dent Johnson the report of his Along the hustings, things for.Peace bill, and the $1.billion the other question, Augus. servatlve Prime Ministers Sir
commission which, with Infinite were falling Into a familiar Appalachia antipoverty bill. tin Cardinal Bea of Germany Winston Churchill and Harold
patience, had Investigated, for pattern, as the candidates crlss. In Detroit, bitter negotiationsended declared that a proposed] council Macmillan.
almost a year, the circum. crossed the country, looking for In stalemate and the declaration "Intends to see to it Off Newport R.I., the Amerl.
stances of the assassination of votes. United Auto Workers Union that the guilt (for the Crucifix Call yacht Constellation success
John Fitzgerald Kennedy In Anxious to get things finishedand struck General Motors. Not over Ion of Christ) cannot be as.erlbed fully defended the America's
Dallas, Tex. do some campaigning money GM had agreed to to the Jewish people as Cup thrashing the British chal. I Sew 'n' aaue
By week' end, the machineryfor themselves, senators, after two about the same terms as al. su>.h and certainly not to the longer Sovereign so easily In
telling the American public months of bickering finally tooka ready accepted by Chrysler and Jewish people,of today." four straight races that there
what was In the report had been. stand OIL reapportionment. ft Ford n.-trl" waeorei: 01'11. WOffVD sUUEFS *, w4?< embaxraMoMMil. ,, on both.
.tartvtf:; Only the eonclulontut 'waa-a mild,steed and possiblythe Ing conditions"and onion grlev. In France, 'a bltarfe kidnap. llde'In ."'- ".
the committee remained a se. most Important result was ances. Walter Ft,, Reuther saidIt log case In which three children California, the B70, heav. r
I J cret, and they would be an.f' that It cleared the way for ad. was for "decency and dlgnl. had been snatched from a small lest military aircraft ever built,
\ nounced Sunday night Journment of Congress ty" for the workers, but man. town, ended when they were gracefully soared aloft on Its
For months, the questions had The Senate adopted, by 44.38. agement said the union wantedto found unharmed 150 miles from maiden flight. The 175-ton giant
been raised Did Lee Harvey a resolution saying It was "the tell the company how to run home. The abductors had de. Jet Is designed for2,000.mlle-an.
Oswald, the president's accused sense of Congress that federal Its business. Almost obscuredby manded that the city of Poitierspay hour flight.
slayer act alone out of a rage courts go slow In ordering reap the strike newt were announcements a ransom of $210,000, but QUOTES OF THE WEEK
against the world and humanl.ty portlonment of both houses of from the Big they apparently freed the chll. "Can my opponent talk? What
? Or was he just a figure In a state legislatures on the basis of Three CM, Ford and Chrys. dren when 100,000 police were does my opponent have to say?
conspiracy? Did Jack Ruby population.The ler, that they would hold the thrown Into the search. I challenge my opponent the FASHION QUALITY 1 Pj"
who slew Oswald do so as partof losing forces, marshaled price line on 1 Dell cars. Mrs. Andrew Fischer gave Interim President L y n don I
that conspiracy? Or was he, by Everett M. DIrksen of nil. At the Vatican, the Ecumenl. birth to a 10-pound, 7.ounce girl Balnea Johnson, to face the REMNANTS
too, Just a solitary player In one nols, the Senate Republican cal Coon '11 came to grips with in Aberdeen, S.D., which wasn't Issues. I dare him to face me 'T i i'Woodcrest'
of the nation's most tragic mo. leader, had fought vainly for a two explosive Issues. Liberals unusual, except that a year ago before the world. I ask of him, Cottons ''it. ,
ments? bill that would have ordered the the church, led by Richard Car. Mrs. Fischer became the moth. debate."-fien. Barry Gold. ,'
The Warren Commission re. suspension until Jan. 1, 1966, of dlnal Gushing of Boston, argued er of the nation's only living water '- -0 J 'w
port was Intended to answer the I all federal court proceedings that Catholics must proclaimthe quintuplets B was the Fischers' "Beware of those who fear yard If 33 --CB
questions for the nation and arising from the Supreme right of the Individual to 11th child and doubt and those who rave en full belts yard
countless millions abroad. Court's ruling of last June 6 de. choose a religion even If It Is Queen Elizabeth officially and rant about the dangers of zy-tlmt :
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28 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.a, Fla. Sund.y, Sep.mb.r 27, 1961 Benjamin will be In charge of known as the Toyko Express * ***** * * * * * *** *

the cooking ,aided by two chefs later, on the same destroyer,
Mrs. Julie Miner occasion will seem like old and has announced that the same he sweated out the D-Days at 100 Years Ago
home week for It was In 1953 policy of specializing In steaks Vella tavella. the Treasury -
Opens Caribbean that Mrs. Miner and Benjamin and prime ribs will be the Islands, Bougainville, Green
built and managed the Rainbow general rule of the house. Island, Salpan and Tlnlan. CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA
Restaurant HereAt Restaurant now renamed the "Hank" Randazzo, formerly) of Along with stomach ulcers THE
the Hotel staff In developed the harrowing -
the managerIAl helm of the Caribbean. They operated the Everglades during Florid Library & Historical l omminion:
Miami, will preside at cock- experiences in Uncle Sam'sNavy 81'
new Caribbean Restaurant on Rainbow until 1962 when it was Civil 7if crrtcnnlil: Comnulte"September
theTamUmlTraU sold to Interests from Fort tall bar. Mrs. Miner also said from July 1942 to December -
its doors for the seuon It opens on Myers. there will be a liquor store with 1944, Breeden thought he * * * * * * * * * * * *

Thursday. October U will be Since the death of her husband, a The drive-up Caribbean window.Restaurant will could Into qualify business for a for GJ.himselfand loan 2f -Union. General Hitch, in a letter to
the Miner and Clint Miner in 1961 Julie has informed
team of by deserter and
"Julie "I
be I make for the he am
open from II a.m.until lam up years General Foster reports
Benny, otherwise known as been living In Hot Springs.Ark. there is
lost fighting the Japanese also by one of my scouts, that at Camp Pmckney,
Mrs. Julie Miner and Ernest She recently returned to Naples River, .000 barrels of resin and 70
Benjamin. to resume active direction of Brazil leads the world In II1I..L on the Saint Mary'
and there
RED TAPE GALORE This ii barreled, it m vats
barrel of
coffee \ turpentme. ,
To the the Caribbean. production. -
many Neapolitans On the north side of the
..-- Breeden was after a $2,000 2,000 pounds of soft turpentine.
Ii.- .. -. -O- ..1t government loan. He and a partner Satllo River, only a few miles from Jefferson, there are
t : planned a wholesale meat three on which there ar? 500 Negroes. If you
M a;$: :: operation. It took the "Tank" do not object I propose getting m the resin and turpentine
Outstanding Buys IN magazine two pages to cover immediately, and shall also lend a scout through Nassau
the "red tape" he found nec- County to arrest and bring into our lines as prisoners, every
essary to get the loan.In able-bodied man. By the call of the Governor of florida
REAL ESTATE 1945 a truck was hard to all men capable of bearing arms are in service and shouldbe
_. obtain. There was rationing held prisoners for exchange whenever taken, although
of gasoline, oil, tires and other
be actually under arms at the time of
Acreage "IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE" expressed Jack auto necessities. He answered they may" not
Breeden who had just finished reading an article hundreds of questions pos- capture.
10 Acre tracts fronting on new Pullen road located approximately in the :May 20, 1915: issue of the "Yank" maga ed by the OPA, ICC, ODT, and September 2< -Colonel Montgomery has sent couriers
one mile from Big Cypress Golf Course Located in zine The Army Weekly I about how he was grantedthe other federal agencies. It took to the scattered Confederate companies in the Marianna
the path of progress between U. S. 41 and Golden Gates, only first G.I. Loan See story. (NEWS photo) months to ferret out all Information area, with orders to report posthaste. Church bells have
$950.00 acre. Generous terms. each governmental and summoned all citizens to a mass meeting in the Court
financial Institution demanded House. The decision has been made to resist the invaders.

9 Unit Apartment before granting the loan. But The company of Jackson Home Guards, organized in .1161,
Amusing Now No Joke When he It.
eventually got is defunct, and a new company of youths under sixteen
But Breeden's troublesweren't
of and of old men over fifty a being organized.
One of Naples' outstanding family operated apartments. One over because the loan years age
efficiency unit and eight one bedroom apartments. All air. was Hidden This group numbering about a hundred, is facetiously
granted. : "
called the "Cradle and Grave Company. A barricade of
conditioned and interiors recently redecorated These apartments
have an established clientele and the owners have shownan Breedon Got His GI LoanJack the anticipated new business dug firm Into funds had old wagons and logs will be erected at the edge of townto
outstanding profitable operation. stamped "operating expenses serve as an abatis to impede a cavalry charge.

For Further Information Contact . ." Word has reacher Marianna today of the approach of
Then other "red tape" pop- Asboth's force. Leaving Huett's Bluff and Cerro Gordo on
ped up to confront the new the west bank of the Choctawhatchee River two days ago,
firm of wholesale meat dealers Asboth and his main command crossed the river in a small
A D.C.JONES-J E Breeden, 512 10th Ave get started In business for hlm- "There were tie-In pur- scow yesterday, and pushed ort toward Marianna via Campbell .
r nue, South, chuckles today in self.Breeden chases which made It tough to ton. The General reports that rebel troops are in constant
recalling his attempts to get a whose rank was survive, Breeden said.There close vicinity to his column, frequently skirmishingwith
veteran's business loan under equivalent to a tech sergeant, were regulations by agencies his vanguard.
351 Fifth Ave So. ASSOCIATES Ph. M12.38S2 the CJ. Bill, but It was not was helmsman on the destroyer which required the meat dealers -
1 ;' amusing back In 1945 when he Philip when she used to play to take "perhaps poundsof September 27-Asboth'i advance force, a battalion of
Irene Roland Frank B.: Purdue'Harry Miller Edward M. Anderson was holding a medical dischargefrom tag nightly In the Solomon salami or other meats along the 2nd Maine Cavalry, reached the edge of Marianna at
the Navy and anxious to Islands' with the Jap task force with a beef carcas," he said noon today. Its attempt to charge down the street was
I This made the whole operation turned back with hot fire. The Union soldiers retreated in
/rj QI uneconomical, especially for disorder with two casualties. The main Union force
. LIJj1 art s rt two men arrived shortly afterwards, and General Asboth immedi-

ately sent a flanking force into town by way of a side
de HAD WANDERLUST road to the north which had been left unguarded by the
_ inside or. out8i {!. , Breeden continued with the Southerners. His force hopelessly outnumbered, Colonel
new until the GJ. loan
orders'his Confederate soldiers
E Montgomery to retreat to
.a II was paid, then possessed with the Chipola River. Meanwhile, the Federals gained the
a "wanderlust" turned the
..1' Court House square, and the fleeing mounted Confederateswere
whole affair over to his
ner and went Into the "night obliged to fight their way through. Thirty of these
reached the and the Colonel
. club" business. He spent sixyears bridge tore up planking.
In this operation. Montgomery, in trying to escape, was unhorsed, and has
s In 1951 Breeden moved to been taken prisoner. After a half hour of intense fighting,
. Naples and operated a Texaco during which General Asboth was wounded, the Episcopal
service station for four years. Church and adjacent houses were set afire. Marianna is
Since then has been a sales- now in complete possession of the Federal forces. Confederate .
man and an estimator for local -' losses are nine killed and sixteen wounded. Prisonersare
business firms assembled in the Court House. Federal losses are not
SOMETHINGS T1 Breeden Is the 1964-65 pre- known, but they are estimated at thirty two. A lI'ong the
rea" sident of the Naples Quarter Federals killed are Captain M. M. Young, 7th Vermont
rsai back Club centering his inter- and Lt. Ayers, 2nd Maine. Asboth's wounds are painful
Y est on the school athletic pro- and serious; he was struck once on the face, and once in
grams.He the left arm, producing a fracture. All of the Federal
Pt E QJ I t.A h.t4-r: : -- :! admitted playing golf "in wounded with the exception of six, are. being evacuated.
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the high tffi it's too hot M .fila .Ii r '" f er'% b f t ,,.
to play the temperature communicltlon'to '
goes General Hatch, in a Colonel William
rn+ri above that H. Noble, commanding the Union-held area south of St.

I- Augustine, says, "In marching through the country you
will exercise the greatest vigilance in protecting its people
...rap Best SellersFICTION form those bad soldiers who disgrace the arms of their
country by pillaging. Immediate trial and execution of
/, l THE SPY WHO CAME IN the offenders on the spot where the offense is committedwill
fROM THE COLD. Lc Corrc be resorted to if other means fail."
JULIAN VidalRECTOR General Hatch today forwards the following communication
OF JUSTIN, to Colonel A. L. Harris, commanding the 75th Ohio
Auchln lollCANDY
Volunteer Mounted Infantry) "The bad conduct of the
Southern and Hefnbtrg -
( troops under your command on the Gainesville raid has
been reported to me from several different sources In

MOVEABLE NONFICTIONA FEAST, positive violation of my orders just issued, your men disgraced .
Hemingway their country by their lawless pillaging. That troopsso
THE INVISIBLE GOV. little under discipline meet with a disgraceful defeat is
ERNMENT, Win and Ron not surprising. You will be held strictly accountable for
HARLOW, ShulmanA the acts of your men on the expedition on which you are
TRIBUTE TO JOHN F. now starting." Colonel Noble had instructions "to execute
Vanocur KENNEDY, Solmgtr and immediately any man found pillaging and to report to
$ the general conduct of "
FOUR DAYS, UPl-Am.ri- me your command.

can(AP'i Htritog"Th Torch li The U. S. S. Arkansas, Acting Lieutenant David Cate
Paisd" I I. not lifted bicaul today captured the schooner Watchful/ in the Gulf of
: it hoi not bn told Mexico. The Wtlchful carried a cargo of lumber and
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Associated p.u Food Editor ,
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OF COURSE you can buy a e' !;
Umbel Iron the
.. tart device*. that produce crisp bitter .; themall

But if you look In your Cilia or I

basement Oi.at-aunt'e in Orandma'a cheat you trunk miht or 11 '.
juit find one there.
Timbale iron were popular in r
lilt Victorian days and some MBLUEBERRIES
still lurk, undiecovered. in odd
place. We received our a* a
birthday present a friend found
it in an antique ahop.
If you have a new timbale iron, t
you probably have accompanying
direction for using it. But if
you ferret out an old iron, you
might want to try our direction miracle
In either cue, we recommend
filling the tart ahell with a
combination of whipped cream
and one of tummer'i beat fruit :
-large and luscious blue a
berries. k

BLUEBERRY TIMBALE TARTS j turns pastures into playgrounds...fields into factories
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3/4 cup egg milk ..and dreams into realities...as he and the 3,500 other
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(not over) Allow
top. timbale to He the
blueberries. The number of tans tart will be on the thick tide. represents
lightly with
; a fork slip
tart from iron and turn to brown Gulf American has already spent tot
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six years In 4-H work I have been in 4-H club work

have been both rewarding and since 1959. Since then I have "Learning For Living" will be
gratifying.! I have been In many had many enjoyable expert the theme of National 4-H Club
clubs, but none has given me ences. t I Week, September 26 through
as much education an pleasure Demonstrations on my pro- October S.
as the 4-H. ject Is one of these. 1 have 5'y II Here in Florida, come 47,000

It all began six years ago given many local demonstrations. club members will observe the b.
x celebration which State 4.HClub
when At District
my father bought me a events day I PLEDGE c
Leader W. W. Brown term
Hereford I placed first and also
steer. I built a small placed this c a _
especially Important during
shed In an acre pasture next to very high at the State events clearer thinking, Golden Anniversary Year of the

my home. This steer gained day. Tara Agriculture Extension Service.
steadily for about four months, awards, I have receivedone a4t greater loyalty, Since 1914, when federal legls. CONTENDERS in the Collier County Tractor Op.
but agricultural award. I have for 1964 were Benji Walker, winner -
suddenly got sick and even latlon authorized the extension eratois Contest
Hands and
with veterinarian help,the steer led the county in my project My to larger service, program ... Including 4.H ... on the seat, Steve Hendry, Jimmy Echols and
died. ol rabbits tor five years but My Health to better living, for nearly 23-milllon young people Chuck'Dorothy. The purpose of the 4.11 Tractor
The next year my luck wasn't last year was the first year the have benefited from participation Program is to give members an opportunity to
much better. Just after purchasing award was given for rabbit My Club, my Community, and my Country. In the "Learn By Doing" actlv "learn by doing" Members\ learn that better
projects. I have also received lUes of this aggressive youth or* tractor life
another in
steer, we had ---- tractor care results longer more
a hurricane and the animal got ribbons on the District level. JOE WIIITESELL ganlzatlon. power and lower operating costs. Last year's trac-

out of my pasture and we didn't I have attended five summer URBAN AND RURAL tor activities included field trips to two tractor
find him for over a week. Dur- camps. The second year I attended Keeping pace with modern dealerships in Immokalee and to the Caterpillar

ing the time he was running camp, my cabin placed Ronnie Wilson trends, 4-H has spread far be. Company in Clewiston. The County Tractor Operators
loose he became quite wild second overall out of 14 ca- yond the rural areas In which It Contest was held at the Hole-in-the-wall
and lost over 100 pounds. I bins. I have been cabin leader Wins First In started. Today, 4.H serves the Golf COUl'sIn the last three years 4-H members
Immediately began trying to twice, last year and again Interests of urban as well as from Collier County have placed 1st, 2nd and 5th
work with him and also fatten this rear. Last year my cabin rural young people throughout the in the District Contest The Tractor Operators
him for the District Fairwhich placed very high. Speech ContestRonnie state. includes driving skill test and written
Contest a
1 have livestock Florida agriculture extension
was only five months away. judged on about tractor
of Immokaleewon service Director M.O. Watkins test to compare knowledge safety
I Two days before I was to show the District level three times. Wilson
him, he bloated badly Twice I judged for practiceand 4 d A the state 4-H Club speech says, "4.H Club Week Is a time and operation.
very i when all Floridians
contest, placing first among the can take
once for score. 1 placed
making it impossible show
stock of the value of
10 district winners from all over our youth
I him at the District Fair Four second on my team and fifth ...
p the ntate. He took for his top. programs and the need which
months later I did, however, overall at the fair. Ic, "Let's Stop the Sale of Wheatto 4-H fills In meeting the prob.
sell him at a local sale for 44 I have held only one office Russia." lams of our young people." Dir
cents a pound.In in my local club, that was re- He first won the County con. ector Watkins emphasizes that
1982, I fattened an Angus porter. I have been on many test held at the Naples Toast the extension service Is proud
steer and showed him at the committees since joining the masters Club In March. In Ape of Its record of 60 years work
District Fair. This steer was senior club including money ill, Ronnie entered the DistrictIX with Florida youth.And,he pointsout
one of the three steers to grade raising and membership. I contest held at 4-H Camp that the 4.H program has
Cloverleaf, near Lake Pladd and equipped thousands of Florida
choice in the show. Each have been a club
year representa-
placed second.Since the District boys and girls with training that
,f I I have produced a better steer tive to the county council\ and winner was chosen to representthe has helped them become moreuseful
proving experience is the best hope to be again District In another capacity, citizens
teacher. I have helped the junior club Ronnie was given the chance to
I 1 I decided the next year to of Immokalee in many ways represent District IX In theState STARTED HERE IN '52
1 change to a bull and keep him I am now their junior leader. public speakers contest held at 4.H club work began In Collier .
,i over a two year period to see My brother is in the junior the University of Florida In May. County, In 1952 with two
j if I couldn't make more money. club, and I have taught him During the time between the clubs, one In Everglades and one
i I went to the I Knollwood Ranch and Interested him In my pro- .. County and State contests, Ron. In Immokalee, with about 40boys
in Bartow, and bought a regis- ject and now he has the second vRONNIE ole spent many hours practicing participating Don Lander, was
his public speaking. In addition County Agent and did 4.H workIn
J tered Angus bull. The bull best rabbit project in the co ts- r
to home practice he deliveredhis addition to his other Extension
was a very good bull as far ty. I have taught others in WILSON speech several times to his activities.
as breeding characteristics but the junior club about how
to own 4-HCIub,receiving construe. An Assistant Agent was addedto
!f for halter breaking he was too give demonstrations. I have Uve criticism from other mem. the staff In 1956 to work with
wild I tried many ways of also taught five other junior bers of the club. He also talkedto the 4-H club program.In PLANT PINE TREES Two members of Shadowlawn
breaking him, but none seem- members In the county on the ft his own school assembly and 1961 there were six clubs Junior Club, planted pine trees near the air
ed to work, so after a month care of rabbits. had a private session with John. In the county with an enrollmentof port in East Naples. This Shadowlawn Junior Club
of very hard work, we took him I have written pan of a District .. : ;pr nle Johnson, a member of the about 90, 4-H members has planted pines on the Courthouse grounds in
back and exchanged him for a newsletter and have also 1 ti' '" .. ; "?!!(1' Toastmasters Club. East Naples, and last year started a new plantingon
bull three months younger. This been on television and radio At the State contest, Ronnie TEN COUNTY CLUBS city owned land near the Naples airport. The
bull in but i .. .", lW: '''' placed first among ten District During the present school year St. Ann's Club also planted the airport site.
I On 1.1
was good shape, appearancej. TV I gave my \ ii/ tl e. /1 .
. IT' winners from all there will be 10 clubs In the county
over Florida.
didn't have him entire .: :''Co. >I. In addition to these regular pine projects, last
long enough to demonstrations. On . .. .. 'li.,, The Judges, professors from the with an expected enrollment of
4 \ get him in top shape. I took my radio appearance myself, """"' ':' '":" \ University Speech Departmentespecially about 16S members.4H year five boys from the Naples Senior Club planted

him to the Southwest Florida a friend, and the county agent, ... i.-. \. \..'. liked Ronnie's natural clubs In Collier County are 2,000 pine' seedlings :.on privately owned land qn
J Fair, at the age of eight months gave a talk (pre-recorded) on .'" .' .ph .r .. t, method of delivery which was free divided Into Junior clubs consist. Keewaydm' Island as a fund raising project for
and won a blue ribbon. I kept State 4-H Conference. I believe ) from the usual highly memorized Ing of boys from 10 years old their club. i
the bull another year feeding I have the most popular ., type of delivery.The through the sixth grade and Sen. -- t
him twice a day. I then took rabbit in the State now. He ., public speaking programwill lor clubs with boys In the 7th
him back to the Southwest Flor- has been on television,at county be carried on again this year grade and above. There Is a Jun.
with 4-H for and Senior club In Immoka.lee .
ida Fair, and won a red r'bbon. district, and state events .._ members 14 and older
being eligible to enter. Several a combined Junior and Sen.
He was down graded because of aay. on all demonstrations, AN ACRE OF PINES Members of the Immokalee members in the county have lor club In Everglades, a Junior
lack of size The next monthI he Is very calm, but on tele- shown promise and Senior club In Marco Island.
Junior Club planted another of as public speak
acre pines on
showed him at the Hendry vision the table was very slick ers. In Naples there Is one Senior CON ION
the /
site two miles south of Immokalee in December SERVAT
County Fair, and won a blue and he nearly fell off. He .club and 4 Junior clubs, the
of have
19G3. Pines been
ribbon. I sold the bull to a was the only rabbit to reach planted on Shadowlawn club, the Seagate
local rancher for $450.00 for State In the general demon this site for several years. PLEASE. ONLY 2y CAsB club, the Lake Park club and the

breeding purposes. stration contest.As PREVENT FOREST FIRES1! St. Ann's club. The Senior clubs n
Livestock has been the big- a whole 4-H has been one meet at night and the Junior clubsIn ,
I the afternoon after school.If .
ger part of my 4-H experience. of the best organizations that
anyone would like to put him.
Besides raising cattle, I have 1 have ever Joined.tltlon .
'- self In the 4-H picture as a
also judged them. I started member, a sponsor, a parent or
judging when 1 was In the sixth a leader, he should contact the /
grade. as I have also placed County Agents office In Naples,
I have gone to District four eighth and thirteenth In State phone MI 2.6954. _
times and to the State three wide competition, I placed rs A
times. Cattle judging. 1 think, 26th In the state. My trips I 4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl., FI., Sund.y, Spl.mbtr 27. 1964 k

will help me quite a bit In my have received for my Judging K --

later life If my occupation goes have certainly been wonderful .
as planned. I hope to be a ',".-1IIIr" '.
veterinarian and rancher. 1 .
have learned a great deal j ?*FROM LITTLE

through cattle judging. f.Jt
I am of cattle SPARKS..eGIANT
proud my judge -
ing as I placed second In the Pi E-SEEDLINGSPLANTED Two membersof
District when I was In the iv FOREST the Immokalee Junior Club, President Pat howell

seventh grade. That was my fl'=*'FIRES GROW! and Secretary Connie Carter show other members
best score in District compe- the proper method of planting pine seedlings.

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day by day. Contracts for sanitary sewers, storm drains, and city water mains have here and Naples is lovely

been let, and .in a few short month. some of the finest property in Naples will be .

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Our lines hum constantly with messages to and from the
See The Moorings today for a horn elite that appeals to you whether it be folks and friends back horn like the two newly arrived guests '

from out of state. To them it's phone call from a unique E
overlooking a beautiful expanse of water, the rolling fairways and luah green of a
setting, in a lovely town, but to us at Inter-County it is an '
manicured golf course, or a high pne-tudded! location, you'll find the site that's obligation to provide the best possible service for their messages
Pictured here is lnter-Count newest Fone Foyer at
I just right for you in The Moorings! the site of the forthcoming North Naples. LYric, exchange .

office. Another vivid example of how and why Inter-County "\

takes pride in its program of progress for Naples and Col. -

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"Wid Young.lop-Ie Tkink"Summer her the necessity of patience t li COLLIEU COUNTY NEWS N.plw, FU,. Sunday, S.pttmbw fi 1164 5ft
dealing with (children "I be
lleve,1 she said, "that learned thing about financial responsibility Ceconl, of Falls Church, va. 1

how to acquire patience." Susan during the summer. Fran wasn't too keen about /her Job asa

Jobs the Greatest Say YouthsBy Platt, ii, of Framlngham J, Cole t'f. of Indianapolis, did gatt attendant, but added: "It

Mass, said that being waitress office work. Said ahet "I learnedhow gave mV excellent experience
EUGENE: !; ; GILBERT value of "gave me experience and taughtme to manage my money more dealing with all kinds of people>>
President, Gilbert Youth completing somethingafter self-confidence" wisely," and also gave me a greater

Research, Inc. starting It. 'Working as a Several girls learned some- Sixteen-year-old\ Mod. n n a sense of responsibility,"
loader on a furniture truck, 10-
Teen-agers work during the .
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E. Cohn, of
summer for a Vlrl.tyotr.llons.
Portland, Ore, liked It because.
The most usual Ire:
as he put It, "it
yiifir live me contact
To make money.. '
with the grast rootswcrklng
To get Job experience., "
To have something to do. man
Billy lee, 17. of Pensacola,
Whatever their ordinal reasons Fla., got a pract.cal result from
most youngsters feel
his summer lob of putting up
working during the
off-school fences NOW, he explained, "If
season helped to prepare them ; I want to put up a fence aroundmy ;r-
the future Not
necessarily house, I know how to do It, ,
!Because! of the type of work they
"Larry Nabb. 18, of Fort A
did, since most took
any job Morgan, Col., worked at a ,
available, but because of the ex- service station and liked It,but

perlence they gained In what Is felt that It had a plus value He

generally called "the outside said: "It kept me from running
the streets and getting Into
This shows up In a survey we trouble" As a camp counselor,

made among 1238 boys and girls. 19->'ear-old Harry Boyer, of I

Nearly 50 per cent of those we Birmingham, Ala., learned "howto
1 questioned had worked this sum deal with different problemsthat

mer. Their Jobs ranged from I was suddenly confrontedwith of # a

babysitting to camp counseling .OfThe

Mo making artificial limbs. Forty- girls were equally certain F0If

nine per cent got between $1 and that working during the summer '

$1.50 an hour Twenty-slx perIrfIJ was worthwhile. Evelyn ll I,, ,S

cent got less than $1, Seven percent summer jobs and found them of for Instance, learned somethingfrom Morris, 14, of Waldwlrk, NJ. @

were paid more than St.50 some value not related to the his Job of cuttinglawns.. wants to be a teacher and feels

IFT5Sff an hour. Some of those questioned money they earned. Lon n y 1'It taught me," he said, "the the babysitting she did taught

gave no definite answer to Patttshall, 15, of Allentown, Pa .................................................,..............,. III ill I
the question about pay, But hereIs :

an Interesting statistic: more
than 5 per cent worked for charitable I MISS DEB I

-- organizations at no salary)
JByl. Vivian 99Don't : I''' :
Eighty per cent of the boys \ ''
let the kids aroundthe and girls said they liked their : \h': ''} vi , onntpri quurm :
.too.t' I :
: about Junior MmrlKjinllf /
house hear this, but : .. grooming t U i ({H t/"ll'ila/ion c/o {J'silJlll
Dr. Albert Einstein I. said and inrrrrstA .
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to have once flunked Algebra .. .V\ \ ..

. From down under ; If I i
romei the information Nest K Inj i ocadt ol I 1M.,, bated miHieCishBoi I : : ,
that among many Austral. Magu nit nilion*it curry Q Al our UK nhiml, dame I law), J If he doein t, mutt. that CowersQuietly
!got nook with a real ud Sam, he let you out dose lo III her
Un aborigines, no man is THE HOUSE OF THE RIS I was miserable, My !girl frirndi transportat You cm always
allowed to speak to his ING SUN, Animals lay I should have laid no when find snottier boy friend with I
mother-In.Uw . Despite OH, PRETTY WOMAN he asked me lo damt Would I sport en. but you hive only
what you may think, Turkish Orb ton, have been wrong 10 refute/ ? one life
bath. did not originate BREAD AND !}UTTER! A .I It: it perfectly I proper to Q The best linking boy in 0rnciou.aLSO/r/iiufit'nlerI &/
Ntwbcuts refute if you dun care for I the my dais hat invited me to a , >!J
In Turkey. What'smore WHERE DID OUR LOVE boy, but be at polite, at pot shod but I don know "f' i.
they aren't even CO, SupremtsCTO lible If you should net stuck if I p.r1' If I wear s
baths . We don't know Ronnie & Doylenci again, you may suggest leav heels I'm lIwo'i: h taller than
about but the ins the dance floor, under the he n,
you, average EVERYBODY LOVES '
pretext that there are too many ; sil/iouelteil
American downs 114 anpirlnH SOMEBODY, MartinA couplet dancing or that joiningthe A1'hll( ,if he nn't till? You npurlnrenh/t0mes
per year . HARD DAY'S NIGHT, gong at the Ir(re.hmrnl laid yourself he it the best N
If you've ever been In Beatles table might be more fun Make looking boy in cl.... Come tnjainit!/ ; tit sun (//I'P/f/Iur/
real deal which REMEMBER (Walking In it clear to him that you're icfuiing down to earth and twap your
a estate the Sund), Shangri.La* the Janet, not the boy high heels fir the medium kind
Inter made you feel you Bluestocking is a word DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY, Q My boy friend a They're better fashion this fall 1 '
got spurn"
would flunk a high school which came to be used derisively Mann car for hi. birthday and every anyway Just remember lo be
algebra problem, If )'ouran't to describe a woman SAVE IT FOR ME. Four lime we go (for a rid. he pen poised and proud Stooping
talk to your moth. who affects literary or Section tpred,happy, How can II.t him doetn make you any hurter
In-law because she thlnka learned interests. The term know chat I'm afraid every only less attractive Besides
when aristo- ride will be Ian if he moat fithion, modeli are on the
originated an my 1977 Gulf Shore Boulevard Naples
you goofed and yojd like cratic English lady with literary Teen News doein dow down? I don'I want tall tide
to get into a Turkish bath interests, asked a him to think I'm thicken" (For mart snared to youramthimt ..

and rweat-it.out , call learned man to one of her Although ?more. adults have A Better live chid than' a on 4t ifl' itituttti.M 1 Mwr.tai c' M' :A-M; 1 ruua rat ant .aw.l'rt. a MMM1 anaalMraa2' uA.
MI 24749. An expert parties. When he declined jobs, teenage unemployment Increased dead duck Driving above the Uauiy, cello for'ft frwhooUtt ', I I ..' '.
agent from VIVIAN OGG, because he lacked appropriate from U to 15 per cent lenoui regulation and speed dangerous limit matter it a A.MOWSitJ, "Art your You tumi In aid iht

t REALTY, 824 Fifth Ave dress, she persuaded him In August, says a Department of Don be embarrassed to ask address lo Mm Ofb, Ron
So., Naples, will come over to come in his "bluestock- Labor him to dow down He ihould ill-P ,,,," /,.<:Urk Corpora
and help you work it out ings" the ordinary worsted report. respect your feeling (.nd the ttton, Nttnth, V'n,) 4'A

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the time A teen-ager Is Greece's new

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68 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.prec rt. 5und.y, S.ptembw 27. 1964 discuss pl..r""r" i a *"' g I

the to be Christmas held In Sarasota vacation i.-r" rtiffrgI GVlwaye v7f'HUOH. Q'l.aHL %,,!. .

Board will deride which field THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS for mcnlieniiif
interest they would like to I\/\ A? New+feotvres I IBy when mating a pure*..* from e THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
Girl I Scout Notes centrate on next and the % SYD KROKiSH. Ness .....rti..r. H. h l interested Our .dv. .r iMn than you tooldln"dte
of the workshop will be \D-t TOPICS \In ."ow9; .bou' your Miponw
No matter A4-CENTRED white: and blue I S. "mn emorativepostaltatd
ped accordingly i i
U Rhoeeii, 50 hours of honoring SO lal! Secunu! will be ssued Sept.
and training will be A PUNISHMENT 26 The design features a street sYlae: photograph
Mrs. Donald. Schlerf Although the Naples Girl the word, came Into
showing Ametitani forward The theme of the
not moving C. CJeeallor
fall.wlnter schedule does from the French M/inn
flclally begin until the first '" from the Lat card it . for the people." ,
-- In October, Cadette Troop and the Greek The Social Security card goes
The Senior Aquatic Scnuv: Is Bar which Includes a five mile under the leadership of ;;: meaning. Pain penalty or on tint day salt in Washington to" rill slantY" /I Ingo PresentsTwo
Is .. i
winding up a double weekend sea. canoe trip and a working know. Allen Blbee has already hment Indeed a coinciding with the International wg
ion here in Naples today.Senior ledge of the ability to save heard reports on summer is Social Security Assn Conference - =o SOCIAL SECURITY gl -
Scouts hailing from the Gulf lives on the water. To use up vities and begun to plan pain rn for It a proter' to which the U.S. U host l Wonderful Business
Coast Council, which ranges all any leftover energy they also the season. Among the that signifies for the first time. Representatives lCft w -
the way to Bradenton, have converged managed to take in the Naples projects completed by this The relief some of from 92 nations art i\\ : Opportunities
thuslastlc group was a week of the scheduled .. ..
again In Naples and will Hlgh.Ventce game on Friday physicians to attend
return home on Sunday night night. voted to working on Jr. duties. Collectors desiring first-day ... : .
rightly proud of having su cess Karen Hultzen, Naples senior, Saving and Jr. First Aid been described an cancellations may submit! orders Poe m "o'u 4' *.'. ,,' '..;. ,asgh". ea 1''" 'vq 01\'+
fully completed training which who Is president of the Gulf Coast day Included life saving gnawing. throbbing prior to Sept. 26 to the Post- '" ,',
tlon at Yansen's pool 1 In the crushing Gutenberg wit bom in Mainz and
requires more than the ordinary Council Senior Planning Board, pulling matter Washington D.C. '
skill and stamina. The girls have has ailed a meeting to be held Jug, lunch at The Scout and pricking A pain 20013, plainly the museum has his personal Ave
the full
I, been workingfor their Aquatic before the group breaks up to the followed afternoon.by first Sixteen aid classes or .dull clear indistinct, definite ram and address Indicating wilt remittance effects and early printing

.emerged as new Junior Lire poorly localized: A to cover the cost, whichis presses. ae5
ers, and 14 passed the first on"f. be In fleeting. brief or 4 cents each. Orders to the The Republic of Korea has
OPENING OCT. course. These girls then course or it Postmaster should be endorsed
APPROX. varying or "First issued s 4-won stamp to commemorste fVENETIAN
as aides for other Day Covers Social
there are the 15th anniversary
classes and took partial Security Csrd
are persistent
un of Kores's joining the World
slbiltty for the first aid and ease
steady Health Organization The design ..
NAPLES at Camp Timberford. In Volume I of Scott's 1965
HEALTH SPA speaking,
pain in depicts two hands claspedand . I 1
tlon, 10 Cadettes completed classified! as either Standard Postage Stamp Catalog the WHO emblem. souvenir ._.... ........ ;
Red Swimmer's chronic. I
Cross Acute reveals 28.100 upward price
and also practiced > in its onset pain and changes, adds 340 varieties. to sheet was also issued for this ... t 1 ff........ r "" 1JjU1rr ntlf
For Rent NowReduceWITHOUT swimming. Day camp, subsides after sue older listings and inserts I 1,400 commemorative .issue
EXERCISE Instruction and knitting <: although it new issues. The book concerns re
of its own accord. Monaco has issued ,
kept others busy. This troop United States, British Commonwealth a neatly
9 Bioelectronic Spot meet on Mondays at The on the other designed set of stamps marking
Latin America and
Reducing Machines House and has room for a continual persisting the 50th anniversary of the first VILLA MOTEL
during United Nations The is
a long price
High pe Monaco Air Rally The various
Require) No Exercise more Scouts of Junior >. Among acute $6. Volume (II I for the nations of famous 10 unit air conditioned, well built, freshly painted and
stamps depict
age. colic. planes
Injury. Europe, Asia and Africa and
ilili w* while chronic their colonies Is scheduled for and famous flights since that decorated motel with new Television sets, reduced
Physical Exercise Equipment Massage SPECIAL NOTICES those of rheumatoid time. The lowest value features
Oct. 1 n. combined
at The
Steam Baths Spot Reducing tlon Scouts for will new be girls held after or not malignant affect all cancer.alike edition will be published Nov a postcard reproduction showing of the a 1914 view rally of from $49,500 to a firm price of $37,500 by an absentee

on Monday at Seagate School, complain out 1 at $12.50. Monaco and a map indicating the owner who wishes to sell Located North on U.S. ,41
at to their con 5.ee starting points. This stamp is
Hours to be .:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday North Naples; on Tuesday others report less West Germany will Issue two diamond shaped
Scout and Carver
House the
Departments for both men and women for new or transfer to physician have. would additional stamps in its "cap ee5e SARO'S RESTAURANTSaro's
Membership Plan Available Now and Juniors. ital cill.." aeries, reports the Peru has belatedly Issued a
Mrs. Edward Wilson, 443 Thursdays World Wide Philatelic Agency S-sols airmail stamp marking the Restaurant a gold mine for only I $10,000 for an

Naples Health Spa Soon to be in Avenue, South, has Troop 315 will hold a One stamp is for West Berlin 50th anniversary of the first experienced restaurateur who wants an immaculate
At call Fort to serve as baby.sitter for Meeting on Thursday, and the other for West Germany creasing of the Alps by Peruvian
Naples Shopping t'laza present ers with small children at 10 a.m. at The Itself, but both show the aviator Jorge Chavez on Sept. beautifully equipped, air conditioned restaurant witha
Myers, OX 4.3254 for information troops meet from :3 to 9 p.m. Reichstag, former legislative 23 1960. This stamp wes approved -
headquarters for the German for issuance in 1960 but fin clientele This is a sacrifice sale by owner.
I government Also Issued were was delayed due to administrative
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rg' "It OlllEH COUNTY NEWS Nap'''' Flu Sundl' oi" ., 71

HOW TO OUT MORE FUN OUT OF Legitimate Stage FlourishesIn

4elevlslon lot'Hie\ Ball trying

: [ HOME MOVIES LA As Old Theater Is Razed to art Now convince by playing the BUtmore Hollywood"Dream will she Girl'could come.

__ by Skip Miller By BOB THOMASAP licking version of "HMS Plna. tumbling down
Movie.Tvievtaloti Writer fore" It was a gala evening ft still looks solid and Impreg.
A PARTY IS FOREVER HOLLYWOOD (AP) Two that held hope for the stag soLos noble, its gargoyle staring
ttta. to the legitimate theater. Angeles, which has never menacingly from atop the red
For" \ounpaler, few e\ent ill life ate more exciting! than a The first was to the JeweUlke been a consistently good theater i brl k walls But next week, the
I birthday part\. There the imitation list. games to be j plated, Huntington Hartford at Holly town. wreckers will start their devaa.
s the birthday cake\ to lit baked the candles to Mo* out, the wood and Vine, where civic and I made another call to the tatlon, and the theater will be
R"d entertainment ftgures gatheredto theater this week, to the down. leveled for a more modern
de, "irattoi . and of course. the presents kirk off the Hollywood The*. town Blltroore. Some of the building.
I Little wander title I is one of the photographed. etent in ter Wing of the Greek Theater happiest hours of my youth I stood Inside the theater at 4
Amrri' an famih life. Association The audience, were spent In Its second balco. Row K the seats have been,

But did \oar know that nothing \(I. nothing can verdure! which included Gregory Peck ny where the best of Broadway removed, along with the cur. M
of Gene Autry, Mr. and MM. Nor. could be viewed for 60 cents tains and draperies The Btlt. --
and retain tile pmt and flavor a birthday part as comileteh -
man Chandler and Edward C. S3 rents with the wartime tax. more seemed older than Its 40 -
|, as ran a movie camera? It's true. Biggest reason: Robinson In the of cherubs atop I
applauded speechesby And then, 20 years openingnight years) row
1II0\ t'r.<.ord each fleeting action, each tinge uf color, each Robert Young and executive press seats In Row K, the prosenlum looked like an far. I
priceless expression on the )oungstera' faces.What director James A. Doollttle seats 1 and 2. aging chorus The theater had .."

'- more. \oungttert are the greatest little actors and about the future of the theater. What mafic occupied that died of neglect IM OPENrU: II. i 1..1\. on
ailrexeerr'! The) ,,1II11l'\er be better So gH out the Then the crowd settled backto stag I The electric Katharine But out at the Huntlngton.) now apply her nuk -with
enjoy Tyrone Guthrle'a rol. Cornell In "The Doctor's DUem. Hartford In Hollywood and In ip
and those in action, on
faiiuh iiio\ie camera put birthdays out removing hcl i Classes
ma". . Loris Karloff epnofinghimself the new Music Center on Dun.
film, i ba I I
tn "Arsenic and Old ker 11111 and at smaller theaters Designed inventor
If )"in' ,. never r'ahl,1 I how ta.tIt Lace" . . The first road com. elsewhere In the city the legltl. the new xp.tx[ have
In lulin Mart with, s ciniirs a mate will continue frames fitted with hakes,
pany of "Oklahoma! . .A stage
couple of rolls of film, sn indoor
light . ind the etent Ihcdilail-
1dt Ink rue if ihirnwKrs"
/ \r11 prove it. TWO BEST BUYS OF THE MONTHOnly
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,1 'anll'fI. there u no len .,11111(1( In I Iw .
S TA R AT WORK Gina, ,>rrat",in. The h''lrll'1' "iI., "'"
usually on
the other end of the camera, pictures Ullotarlglds London scene.white atop' ill,. aim ra, Ink,. s hat l on '''in ..i ,.\. .. Picky Subject A Drive and A Chip I AwayFrom
some ,, \.
huI.\ ml follows the len In n"iauloinali How would get rid of
taking a break on the film set of "Woman of Straw," alK. The: power'zoom.:!Ii:,:;; '. .-J: all the pin feathers you and down the 9th hole of the Moorings Golf Course is this lovely 3 bedroom,
end bull powered film lran |, I after plucking all the fea.
enable you to gel every acme ., 'n '. duck built home A. Vernon Allen, Instead of Puttering around
bath ,
bit of the culurlullal'p"l1illa', will. thers from a domestic 2 custom by

out rewind the motor I ,, ., when dressing itT
i or change lnnn. It'. a pu-h o?,'i I na n ]" 'I ''' Cauaa Immerse it in boiling wa why don't you let us show you the important features of this home that

1 1r Mini' '". what.' it in '"'" Imp "n ihlo .. light" , nod ter that has had H poundof
| II r, how: .hnI, " .11. canning wax melted in it. makes it a Golfer's dream.VANDERBILT.
how Ill'I i > teL. ih i ami la dawn Wait till the wax hardenson
Start' \by ,taking Mime outage olhe ' Ih.. front dmi 'lo rued th. first l londir the duck and peel !it off
By EARL ARONSONAP ( Invitation lint bung Hindi, 01 IIU",1.. \\ what in thai In,x You'll have a clean, neat BEACH WATERFRONT
Ntwsftotur the Invitation Ih"mMllv" In'rag .h, ,ix carrying. sll wral'p,1 I iicolorful bird
dropped into the mailbox Cut lo a paper and I 'iii ii I with s This 4 bedroom, 2 bath home is located on Gulf Shore Drive In Vander
If your nose is near a rose and you sneeze don't hut of the dally rail,'n.lar pear.wing prelln III),bull: ,' IIi'll: I. ,hill,::, uul, smut. bill Beach. The lot has a double seawall with walkway atop. Centrally
blame the rose it's the fault of the breeze says rose ( torn off, s* the HIG \DUvi MUMlalorful' surd.I m, |I"'kall' r. M"n' ,
grower Ralph E, Perkins |.roai'IIPIlimit "fll'I''IL'' A"d I mole |prier.Irx. j\SCOUNTDOWNII\ air-conditioned and heated this home also has tinted windows to the Gulf
miss llir kitchen preparaliont nunrre sid is of Stone and the of tropical plants mike
Perkins prefacing his expose of what he says i II a eilhrr llurei lillli :ally. 1'In'n llu"gaim.. An'nl" little I gir, :. Construction landscaping
myth with a "God Bless You" to hay fever sufferers. peeking over lie edge of the bowl l lat full of a.a.I..1 it one of the most beautiful homes we have ever offered. Lawn has sprinkler
the cake baiter I Is bring mixed. kindly, we come to the crucial for citizenship
offers this explanation: !She helps Mommy mix . Well, moment . gathering around I tin system and pumping system more than adequate to take car of any dry
"Scientists long ago exploded ing medium, then fill the smstl table, "llaj jlirlbday' .
he hi lus hold the bowl, anyway singing py spell. Priced at $58,000
the tale that goldenrod causes pot with warm water to provide Aa if that "r"n't" enough, In'rr Inn blowing out (the rand.1) Wlh' ,
hay fever. It merely happens to moisture for cuttings by seepage Comm the irisp. Don I rains I I ll) a mighty hull and I a 'nulT "viii L See or Call
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be In conspicuous bloom it the through the porous pot wells nprennin l :5 a% M,iinmy, pun : ihrmii.liing : mail: : ::, ,And I Da.llv: dilnl:: i m1.i l 7 DAYS
,j 11IC time the less spectacular: For most cuttings: s tempera tomb'", thin lil te. Sally 5. Si "II" of Ihm oni i 1II--hll"n I ,
ragweed is in flower, The latter lure of 70 to 73 degrees snd mwrl the tanl' ,.. Oh tthat fun! i win ll'< all .uily and) 'ur. Uon
1'r ,iluces: about 90 per cent: of good light should do the trick.: oun' rhaiigmgviewpnnlii, thanii h'1"1' now for <'v\'n"in I I" njo III lEFT TO JOHN WOOD REALTOR
the pollen that csuses noses to Turn the pots occasionally: Ing cainirs snglra, Doming: from . again, and I again . for yi'amlo
. far to medium lo elote up s* you cmni .
twitch: and eyes to itch. A few .seerA REGISTERDEMOCRATIC
hoot, arm t you' Of rourie, Thai III
trees and certain: grasses Ire boon to gardeners with wirer makes thn nuwie' such s primeInns Tina, a.1' sail m wiry uth
the culprits in spring,. weak or lazy backs is a turf 1 hi.irloom in later y<'ari. 1picially family most iliolugra And Associates
"Before s pUnt can cause plugger which may be used to thoi,e ilow upa |:: erf"ltu"'I': :: I Iriggit; |;::::. (Flu
humans discomfort three conditions prepare ground for shallow Carne with uo, now, while we maaes. Tint,. la alwi why anyone Associates Chuck Grimm John Vaughn Neil Whit
must be present. planted bulbs, young tomato get Sally into tier, parly dre,.. This. who do..sn t ialiirr| these Image, III State Damocraiis
i I. aomilhing that must lir ri talus' wilt, it tomorrow'. I If r
"The plant must be able to plants and transplanting garden too 'lIrl'l III E.icutiv. Comm s,
produce pollen that is \light flowers. corded in rotor moviio. After all, \ou dmbi I 1 1 1 due 1 a.k in') parent who Ill Warren .M Soodrlch, 630 Fifth Ave,, So. Ph. MI 2-5359
ixnt thaI lovely lillh ,., mull ,'lun luh1I1t'.I'
it every day s 101'11' w lo a) Chairman
enough to become: airborne The gadget reduces: bendingand .
dons tire. film yesterday,
lady gets to party "n
)jflenuful to saturate the air we kneeling 1II 32 inches - ---
breathe, and toxic to susceptible long and has an 8-inch footrest
human beings" that permits your foot to help
Ragweed he contends has with the digging, The tool cuts
an abundance of all these quali- s hole 3 3/8-inches: deep and
tics., A single plant will send 1/4-inches: wide. 1I.is con
in lo the atmosphere s multitude venient for cutting: Zoysis and
of pollen grains and only a other thick grasses, (Union I I
few are needed to reduce the Fork and Hoe Co) 1's t ,
itrongest of men to tears. rrrr r r r
But the maligned rose, he The American Hibiscus: Society
says,4oean'l. bay*, that much, plans to make Cape, Coral
1*'llpt! \ ijtiat it has Is not toxic Fla., on the west coant.fijti 1
and U too heavy and lucky: to "showcase." %
ride the gentle wind. D. V. Donaldson of the society
srrrrr : says members end hy
Early autumn is a favorable bndizers will donate varieties
i cute to propagate cuttings: of of hibiscus for planting! in an
tour favorite plants 8O-acre: area in the Gulf com:
A system less tiring and munity. The first section of the
messy than the one you may garden is scheduled to open
ust now is to cut: leafy stems about Oct 15. j -
from healthy plants dip the The gardens also will feature 4t '
ends in a hormone rooting powder a 10,000-bush rose display of I N
Then put a three-inch clay 50 varieties, highlighted by the ; I It

. pot, with its drainage hole Cape Coral rose.
plugged, inside an eight-inch
pi"t, Fill the larger pot with a AdW* ttn .ppr.cit( it when youlltntlon
rooting medium such as ver-

miculite, or clean sand mixed ./ : I Is"
with peat moss or spaghnum.
Set the cuttings in the plant THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS / x t' t a
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COUItH. COUNTY NEWS. Nap' ... Fl.. fc,.,i.r. S.pl_l.c 17 164 No rain call that. Only a con. In primitive areas for 19
firmatlon of the perfect weather, years, . ."
. v zdne Or the exhilaration ry of This Is one of the finest piece*
.. .. . .... .. ,' 3t arAe.la;'atSJ"'J lr,8 'Wilful.NATURE autumn In the Adirondack*. of conservation: action since

a Naples I According to the latest Out. outdoorsman Teddy Roooevelt and, nature and every loves

r Tips On M GAL q door News Bulletin, Vol. IS, should feel great relief that THIS
Flotilla .' No.1.", "More than 9 million much wilderness Is at least guar.
by acres of national forest wilder anteed us and our children. With
Boating2Pj2r. USCGA j B. F. CLADDING Bjr .bAt LkButlllt 0-.. ; ness have been placed In the world population currently at
; the wilderness preservation sys. JV billion (mld.lM4) and grow.
Hooray For High Water! tern in the widely acclaimed ing by 63 million a year, we
It would be clear of obstructions ONE OF TILE/ BEST TIMES to wilderness bill that has been need to put aside every scrap of
highly is
Naples Impracticalfor take fish it during the first few A September morning In the dowy spruce stand. A great blue forwarded for presidential wild land possible. Population
Flotilla members of 2. Place a folded coat, blan.
the U. S. Coast Guard ket etc, under his shouldersto hours after a real downpour Adirondack is like nothing else heron stabs at a fish, starting proval. The action ends yearsof experts say by 2000 A.D., there
to Auxlllan Heavy rain sweeps a rich variety on earth. After a cold autumn ripples across the unbroken sur. debate and conference that won't be any left to save for re.
attempt the Instruction of first enable the head to tilt ,
back. of food into the streams and un
aid In this night a heavy mantle of mist ties face. Far out In the lake,a group pitted many mining, timber, and creations or natural purposes.
small space. Ever 3. Grasp and pull Jaw open. der the added cover of roily water
boatman has thatcomes over every lake. Only the late. of young mergansers wobble allied commercial Interests Worldwide birth control Is es.
the responslbllltj Keep to assure air fish baldly gobble everything
open passage. : rising breezecan along, unwilling to fly They look against conservationists.More sentlal and this must hand.
to acquaint himself with 4. Pinch nostrils shut along I For the bail fisher- sun or a vagrant go
proper take
first-.Id procedures. This breath place man who knows his business they lift it off the mlrrorJlke like plump ladles hurrying along than 5 million acres of In.hand with wilderness preser.
can deep I
be done through a jour are easy pickin'l.FishlO' awl waters. When It goes thin trail. the sidewalk towards a shoe sale. national forest primitive areas yahoo In order to keep our planet
classes given beach >' mouth over his mouth (with
your best when the The first breeze will be considered for addition livable
is always ers tickle the pine trunks curl arrives flicks and beautiful. It Is nota
: Chapter of the American'Red thumb in his Jaw to keep It .
: Cross water is still on the rise and the up over the peninsulas and swirl the poplar trees and slides har the wilderness preservation science fiction dream to say
without his mouth
Blow into until
The first charge. you roil is just beginning to appear, Into the sky. Even at nine, there monlously through high white system within the next 10 years.M that one day without these two
our boats aid for kits on board all see his chest rise for the hungry fish will not have I are long blue shadows betweenthe pines. They sigh with mellow, Roadless areas In national parks methods of CONSERVATION: ,
are amateur use 5. Remove mouth and listen for become Is a time
and It should be remembered that outflow' of air. when: lunlers u ehaJj their usual mountains and the fern beds silken sounds. The spruces, on and wildlife refuges will be re. there may not be an autumn morn.
are still chill I with dew. a different note, make a harsh viewed over a 10.year period,and Ing In the Adirondack as de.
there are only three Instances ADULT rate Is about every caution -and this is the lime lo I
when, speed Is required 5 or G seconds.CHILD lake 'em. Browsing deer crackle the fal. and somber noise. Their dark recommendations for Inclusion In scribed above
1. When the victim has stop rate Is about every' Probably no bail Is at deadlyin DIRECTOR Mrs Porter len leaves and brush against gol. forms contrast with the colored the wilderness system also
rising water as a lively night den rods. They make the only leaves, reminding one that win. (made). Millions of additional'
ped breathing) 2. When there 3 seconds, (use shallow breaths) Brown of Saline, Kan, Is the
it 3.ft. level lead. sound ter Is the next acres will be given protection
crawler. Rig on a in the woods. Birds are sequel to this RENEW YOUR
Is arterial and 3.when 6. U first
bleeding felattempts
head of
; uiisu- rew the Mtthodlit Boardof
hook small enough to Insure under this schedule
and enchantment
er a have
quiet south
many migrated
the victim has been bitten by a ccessful turn victim on side Missions KNOTS LICENSE ,!
a natural appearance-a No. She will oversee by now. Perhaps a raven, Ignor. Somewhere in the woods a As sent to the President the "
poisonous several
The snake. In and give shoulder sharp blows. 6 Is a good chOice. Do not loop the church work by 5,000 Ing the chill of the air, flaps off chipmunk begins his staccato trll. wilderness act will permit pros. DURING YOUR
required between blades
measures to remove the 'crawler on the hook simply
these Instances are taught In obstruction. bury the hook in the critters: mid missionaries In 49 countries. with heavy strokes toward a sha. ling and a blue Jay bells back. pectlng and mining to continue BIRTH MONTH'r

., standard first-aid courses, and T1UN; DOlT ALLOVER AGAIN section and leave both ends freeto
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you mar) acquire the American squirm j
Red Cross Manual from the lo. 'I Clamp a single buckshot about
cal Chapter. The Snake Bite Man. f S inches above the hook then
ual Is published by the National t lower the bait directly ahead of
.. d until it strikes bottom. Feed
I Safety Council, 425 N. Michigan you slack line to match the pace of PRESENTS A
Ave., Chicago, Illinois the current so that your bail rolls DON 'S
In other Instances when giving . along the bottom. Every fish will\
first aid, take your time. The' 1 average first.alder Is not qualified ,,('w. FMISSILE food items and if you keep SALEAS
to set a broken limb; It ,+- that 'crawler bumping gravel your
is much safer to place the limb s creel will 1 lake on ; i stimulating I r i IN THE NAPLES I R I
in pillows or blankets, tletng t Oddly enough, the e e '
them securely around the frar effect of a sudden shower is often SHOPPING CENTER .; w
overlooked by lake fishermen
I ture that further
I so no damage This is a pity, for they often miss 1 1
will be done Then get professional out on fishing that borders the
medical attention. fantastic Ph. MI 2-2136 For Prompt FREE DELIVERY
Every boatman should have The place lo cash in Is off the
I a working knowledge of the rudl. mouth of any inlet which Is pouring .
I menu of artificial respiration. roily food.laden water into
While the Holger.Ntelson method the lake. Fish will be drawn from
and other manual methods are all over the lake, as though by a
still magnet, and all will 1 be on the
considered acceptable for
feed Anchor where the brown
rescurers, the newer mouth-to outpouring mingles with the clear
mouth method Is wldelj) approved water of the lake and cast toward O1 AS
You have a good ,hanre to r the mouth of the inlet. Natural A
revive If you start artlfl<'lal respiration w baits are undoubtedly your best FIRTtCRACKV
within two minutes You s bet but artificial lures will also
have a poor chance If tou walt produce
10 minutes. But, no matter what Results should be good I In anyevent
l the time Interval, start breath. but particularly i so if the
I'' Ing life Into the victim without rise in water comes at the end of along
I hot. dry spell| The fellow 1 cA
delay. MIGHT? No ill who anchors off the' mouth of a
Have else read the A
someone roily Inlet at such a time Is likelyto
I following steps to you while you only a more than 400-foot. have the kind of fishing he ,
work If you) have not alread high smokestack at a Chilli- dreams about!
I' committed Item to memory, cothe, Ohio paper mill. The
stack, tallest in the U.S. A male swan is a "cob", a
1. Put the victim on his back. paper industry, was built at female is a "pen" and young Buy I
Checx to lee that victim's moron a rate of about 20 feet a day. ones are cygnets


NO SUNDAY ADSorry Famous Name Brand Now


No Sunday Ad This Week . Our Man B.llmgsley Took Off For WRIST WATCH 1 XmasGiving

The World's Fair And Seems To Have Disappeared . Perhaps Ho Is ,

Gliding\ Back And Forth On The Swiss Sky Rid. Over Mr. Moses's Big Show 1

,U Flushing Or Maybe He Fell Into The Subway Excavation On New

York's Sixth Avenue, Trying To Get To The Hilton Hotel . It's Too Bad, SALE "
It For If Billmgsley Were Hero Ho Could Tell You Plenty About The Outstanding Lay-Away

Values In Naples Real Estate Lilted By AD MILLER ASSOCIATES. oe 5

IT'S A PITY we can't let you know that we have an attractive three SPECIAL Now

bedroom, two bath furnished home on First Avenue, North, that can be

bought lock, stock and barrel for $18,500. The house also contains a size For

able living room, dining room and electric kitchen There Is a reverse cycleair ,. .7J

conditioning unit in the dining room. The grounds, shaded with beautiful Gruen "

fruit bearing trees, are kept in prime condition by a well and sprinkler system Xmas

. Holbros .., a

WHEN WE HAVE A SUNDAY AD it will certainly feature the unusual

three bedroom waterfront residence of frame and block construction on

21st Avenue, South, In Aqualane Shores. For the present we can only say Walthamit '

that It has a spacious living room, dining room, two tile baths, electrically

accoutred kitchen, and a generous sized porch with barbecue and oven,

plus several special attractions Can be bought completely furnished, except

for record player, for $32,900; unfurnished for $31,000 . My goodness,

we nearly forgot the Important news that $6,500 cash will swing It.

I TOO BAD WE CAN'T TELL YOU that the price has been reduced to __

$16,000 for a quick sale of the lovely two bedroom upstairs apartment in -

Surfslde, one of Naples' choicest cooperative buildings, situated right on 1

the Gulf of Mexico. Carpets, drapes and a large refrigerator are includedIn
the purchase price. CHOOSE FROM ALL THESE ,

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All with 17 01 21.jewel movements Assortment consistsof
+ automatic and calendar shies, 11 carat gold

cases, uateipioofs, bracelets and straps, dressy .
IT SHOULDN'T BE KEPT A SECRET we mean the superlative apartmentIn stjles Each gift boxed with original

Kona Kal on Crayton Road. It Is furnished with decorator's items costing 1 's Choice of
factory guarantee.
$1, 00
approximately. $10,000, many of which can't be duplicated. Containingtwo \ \ men's or ladies'. '4

bedrooms and two baths, the apartment Is desirably located on the I

second floor south, and has a fascinating view of the Gulf It Is centrally v. \ 1 MFCS LIST DOWN.
will Hold in Lsy Away
i PRICE from $39.95 to $79.95
air conditioned and heated, and, except for a small list of the owner's P.-4' Until Dec 11, 1964

personal possessions, everything is Included In the realistic purchase price. M ; Th


Road. By any definition it's a beauty a new CBS home, with three PROMPT: ,
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bedrooms, two tile baths, large living room, dining room, well equipped Mod by wall I.", .n"K.d..". serer utMiutlt MukK *-* .,.1!
kitchen with buil .in electric stove, unusually spacious porch, central heatingand Tko K..... UiliTtlic 100 &e"". r _] PROFESSIONAL a+n, ...a stow n.I.! k"*.net. r-
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air conditioning, and many other goodies, including a 16 by 40 foot y*. luttmt, .NeI-M, picturet Mitlivrwrf '. a. j.
pool. The purchase price of $36,000 comprises all draperies and carpeting. klf . by untight. .? built- ...... PRESCRIPTION : a! Cmtrd <:,:::t *:">
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COME HOME, BILLINGSLEY . FORGET THOSE LIVELY SPANISH Mites sad) flesh bulb s -..... ...i, ." ,M es.+. ,7,6..P. :

/ DANCERS, THOSE TOOTHSOME FRENCH WAFFLES, AND ALL Aa participant In Rexall. \. .,...' 't.

I THOSE FASCINATING EXHIBITS . YOU'VE STAYED TOO LONGAT 288 $14.95 L ZS _:. half century tf ferrite tocommunitiei Ilf9 tlttlVAIUI .
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