$260,260 Goal Is Set United Fund Kicks Off The United Way fund drive to reach Ihe $260,260 goal set for this year was officially started Thursday at a reception for officials and workers at the First National Bank. This year's goal is about $18,000 more than last year's $242,000 goal which was surpassed by about $9,000. THE C A M P A I G N , w h i c h is expected to f i n i s h in December, will be run Ihe same way as last year's successful successful campaign. Scott Lutgert is campaign chairman. The campaign is expected to get a big boost from a ImldÂ® Toddy Bridge 3D Family Section D Church News 4-6D Horoscope 3O Classified 3-5C Regional News 1B Comics .'.. 3D Sports Section C Crossword 3D Stocks 4-5B Dear Abby 1D Television 2D Deaths 2C-3C Theaters 6B Editorial 4A Tides, Solar, Lunar. . . 1 C fund-raising golf tournament scheduled for next week Marco Island. The tournament is expected to bring least $2,500 to Ihe campaign's coffers, with more golfers paying Ihe $25 participating fee. CHAIRMEN of the capaign divisions for the 1976 are: Truman B. Brown, special gifts; Mrs. Tommye Jones, direct m a i l ; Thomas E. Hayer and Sauerwine, payroll deductions and large corporations; James A. McLaughlin and Preble Slaver, business; Audrey DeRange, professional; Mrs. Vicky Aaron, residential; Gary D. Heath, agricultural in Immokalee; Stephen Poklemba, a g r i c u l t u r a l in Dunnavant, publicity; Mrs. Annette C. Winn, speakers bureau; Thomas L. Hall, Jr., special events; Robert Godboe, Marco business; Samuel T. Waid, Golden Mrs. Florence Jelks, Immokalee; Mrs. Irene M. and Mrs. Sue McClung, real estate ; and James McGee, school systems. Allocations for Ihe 14 agencies supported by the Way are: American Red cross, $18,000; Big Cypress Nature Cenler, $20.000; Boy Scouts of America, S30.000; Catholic Service Bureau, $19,350; Fun Time Nursery, $15,440; Future Citizens, $1,000; Gulfcoast Girl Scouts, $21,170; Mental Health Association, $15,000; Naples Community Hospital, $41,500; Naples Welfare Association, Association, $20,675; Salvation Army, $4,500; U.S.O., $1,000; Y.M.C.A., $20,000; and the Immokalee Child Cenler, $5,000.