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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Circuit Judge Upholds $550,000 Park Boncf sue




The county's efforts acquire state supreme court can pass of yesterday's validation hear faith and credit and the port Iwrmitttd to serve as ommis th* cetnmusianers' right/ to set ease The phrase/ was riled as
a beachfront park site near Wig. on validation of the bonds. The log Most important was an ap. authority act of I Ml prohibit loners of the port :authority WMIr the lfM! central law."This ambiguous, and the Judge Intel
gins Pass cot a bit boost yal. county plans to use proceeds parent conflict In the general it. Count Attorney James Adams Adams said! .but their tidies Nome to be an alternative m*. peeled It to mean .''th.. or
terday afternoon when Circuit from the bond issue to buy the state law and the local port told the Judge tile Board of County are itisimct. ''It.. like two <'orrxiutiini toed. Of doing the same thing," both."
Judge Archie atom) validated ansoooo beachfront tract from its present authority art regarding the roun Commission! was not art with an interlockingdirertorate biA wo. No BerMM showed up at the
county general obliga. owners. ty's right to use Its full faith Ing user the local I I art, but under ," he pUlnd. Of leather' legal question r*. vlld ittort t fwartac to voice ,>b.
Lion bond Issue. Freeholders in the county ap, and credit to back the bond IS. the 19M statute, when the I board "I I think yell an irn under the stlTlna around the eec of "and jettons. Oiilv ob YfU were
Assistant state's attorney proved the bond issue by a wide .ue. authorized the he.. h park bond genet Mi statute," the JUetno ruled or'' In validation proceeding, two reporters um tv" other i itisM .
George Vega said he will file majority May 5, but some legal The r.ner.llaw of 1959 allows ISSUB He said I in his opinion the port tile judge a.i ui I h* didn't see that B. M, SRIIIHI and .In .
the customary appeal so that the complications arose in advance the county to pledge Its full The ommissioners also are authnrilt' act lid ,not -UI"'I,1ft It has a in ni\ bearing", on the ton Bigg.


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Britain; ae Chinese ExplodeFirst


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Home QuitsLONDON


(AP)-Prime Min.
Inter Sir Alee Douglas Horn
left No. 10 Downing Street today
to present the resignation Atom Bomb
of his Conservative governmentto
Queen Elizabeth U.
The Queen Is expected to call
Harold Wilson the Labor party

leader, to form a new govern Bi JOHN RODERICK dominate. The ellect on such nuclear capatuiity are the Unit.
ment. ) Communist areas as the uncertain nations ed Elates, Russia Detain SIM!
The Queen accepted the res. .f ChTKAr 1 world's atomic of Africa also I t. bound to be Franc
Ignition of Douglas-Home a r< powers I winy with an announce worth watching. Russia helped China In early
former nobleman defeated in 1 tw ment It das exploded its first The previous power having starts of Its nuclear planing.TuUy's .
his first electoral battle as the ? bomb In the western region of aniitmnremnil did
Conservatives' leader, though, China, not say whether Chlna'i teat
he retained his own seat as the The announcement came less was held In the atmosphere or
representative of West Perth than 14 hours after Moscow had Lawsuit Filed underground.Red .
shire, on the edge d the Scot. 3 exploded a political bombshell China la not a signer of
tlsh highlands. The audience of Its own-4he ouster of Nlkltft Sewer the limited nuclear tnt ban
lasted 16 minutes w. Khrushchev China's atomic disclosure Against VJI Secretary of 81,ile bun

An official palace Itatem'.ntaaJdz KING AND QUEEN of the Shadow lawn School Patrol who will lopre! Khrushchev and are the likely retirement to raSHChina' of District No. 3 Communist Rusk forecast' CMntu Sellt.| 29 might that soon Ih.

"The Right Honorable Sir At.zander sent the school in the Swamp Buggy Pniad' on fntobe ;11 a r Mao Tae4ung stature explode tiielr first lest duvtreII 'I
Dougtas.Home had an crowned last night at the meeting of the school I' T 0 Tin queen (*n among world Communist lead The first lawsuit against the lalctl1Ini

audience of the Queen this aft. is Jennie Prison and the king (r) la Pedro Blanco. Assistinu a Ith tin .rs, City of Naplai Sanitary Sewer "r r some time U hat lawn
rnoon add Tendered' his resit crowning ceremony are Mrs. Thelma Weeks left .'enl"', ) apd Mis The rift between Maosnd Khru. District No, I wit filed this knowri .Uiat the Chin*.. Com
nation as Prime Minister and Lela Richard: sponsor of the school: patiol. (NEWS photo) shctwv" with the Russian's week st die office of Circuit munuts. ware j>,rirourhltig the
First Loru the Treasury. .somettm abortive efforts to Con (clerk :Msrgaretskon? lef' !If might W IW.III .
A. Late.arge of roowvaUv: keep M)sc w In the driver's fleat trice Knowtos WMdden. dt.titlJfe t Iot huAww. ....
votes brought a nerve tingling seat for the Communist move 01. TamUml vr| *. Bur in 11.1"1111| ( nilirtit$
owner large
photofinish to tabulation of the moot, was doubtless a factor In incur In 'lit* near nilnr"
hat included *
Trail-front parcel was
returns from the balloting his downfall
Thursday. The Chinese announcement In District :3, oaks hit

Jo Grtmond's small Liberal o, rune, tronlially, at' a time the the court declare: th* MX seweruseatnemdIstrictUlegsl.T Nikita Gone
party could wind up In a bel I f'tf Dew leadership In Britain Is ;
ance d power position In the charting plans lo end that na. plaintiff U represents by her
new House convening Nov. 3. i x tlon's own nuclesr deterrent slater Effle Knowlei, tnd RoyL.

program. St ruble, attorneys. of KUaml Soviet China
The official New China News Nch.Suing.
Agency only quoted a goernment ,
on her own behalf and
Maleineiit. saying "China
CarWreckingHoles exploded ta atom bomb at 1600 ss representative of ownersof
86 other parcels who filed May Make
hours (I pm-IO a.m. mon UpTOKYO
To Be Oct. l 16, 1984, and thereby ww. written protests at s recent
ducted successfully: Its first nu. City sewer sisessmem roll)
(AP) 'I'MII"'on"
tear: test A news statement hearing Mrs Whidden aka
FilledWood
removal of Nlklla I. Kt n
.,t tE enforcement! and collectionof
Said China was forced lo eon. that I''" hey from ixiwer mulil if'n
duct nuclear tests and dvlop. .pcUt siMismentl for isnItsry > the way .lit st l least a m'a lIre of
City Manager Vince Wood says nuclear weapons. "China cannot sewers In the dtitrlct r.tOlM.Ud'OII:. rwtwMin tIe, Sn.
he HalpIn has obtained Inc. that assurances the VenIce from firm I remain idle and do nothing In be restrained by the coun. vie Union .ful IIf.'i l Chin...
to durable the fact of the everJnereastngiwcleir The other owners riling writ It is to. * will begin Monday apply
patching material to the ... __ A threat posed by the tn protests were claimed In reitl'in the new leaders |the,
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veral l breaks In pavement Hal. United fitstes, it said the suit to be "of the same Soviet Union will..", hut her

pin has made while Installing GHOSTS AND GOBLINS and many other Ilnllovuon chiu'/\ t..1 at-: that UJB, official tint have must pointed elp out e, class ss plaintiff and their Is no diHitliH| the Met that

storm sewer pipe. ('om pan It'd bJ"fu'd music wen out to scare a full house nt !4hadr,," possibly some years twfor' China right to relief from said 'rec- Khruahf*hev to Mwcl s* s "irsonalobslarl

Motorists have voiced complaints lawn I'TO, meeting held last nitfht Th" P"olll'am1'" put on b\. can turn Us first experimental lal assessment being the sans hutweeii. th* Iwo* rapprochement great Cemmu.
about the Jarring bumpsto the second and thud grades with tin assist from the sixth Kind. explosion Into what can be re. si thai of p lalm Iff'" list rivals"

ed which while they driving have! been over subject.these ( NKWS: photo) girded is s nuclear fore*. The eoniplslnt charged that S urfs close to the Oiln***
In any cane, Red China can "'hla district wd uiablUhsdst Communtttt In
Hung
breaks llalptn has used only Kong saw
and be expected to seek to become Ir.al t cost In s sparsely no signs of early rimiriliaiion
fill dirt up to this time,
traffic and rain have gouged out th* sptAesman of the nuclear st :*4 area to Include planntiffs between Russia and C., .unto
dub for what Is sometimes lands si of planro CMiuM.o,
holes Wood to said make it for took rough quite going.a bit U.S. Adopts Wait And See tailed the Third WorH-4hal ly. promote, private part emerprlMar TieJunc and the Oiln.s,
.
Ing between the United Stales lsilr.
of persuasion to convin a the .i where there wi i no menace. ':' have mete It 'tear(
and the 0/v1et 'nlon Today'sdev.lnpment on m '" ''I' ask na that there
Infusion of Mn.J
contractor It should use asphalt o health : .
is bound lo "have 0111"| I ot par bHw, *n P*.
Instead of fill dirt In the pave. the of <'Jen's property U 'arbl*
ftect
an of thinking klncd MtHII'I/I ** tong is
ment breaks le1ldlr. in soarwsst, Asia, an 'a i I. oppressive, and a''' 'su- KJi.ci icy spoke! for SovMmmur
Nearly all storm sewer pipe View On Nikita Successor area RIllS hins would lUte to (('astieeed as |pose I) : :amI
is in the ground and now Hal.
pin will begin working on the
tret.pavtng phase of the $582- WASHINGTON (AP) The DA officials, taken by sur. Soviet CoMMiMiat parlt i"?, ,
483 project which affects an area sudden end to Klktta KJiiu.shi prise, said tt was impossible to dispute over major !alms .i
bounded by Fifth and ISth A venues hv's rule In the Soviet Un predicts policy. So ur a* in*. ,.I'i f
South. Curbing has been coropltt. ton throw tile future oi U.s.* Whether Khrushchev' sue. judge there was rx ., Ie'". o'
ed on First Street, and paving Soviet relations into complete reason would Mluw his peace. Pat peaceful foexltti, .s
should begin the first of next uncertainty, and pr.'ldeotJoIInlOfI fail coexistence poll y in dealing directly tntolv4. 'v, "d i in '
week, Wood reported. say the Kremlin de. with the Western All!**. rMMkrs five n. .' '.,.. ,y
Curbing also has been Installed velopmn may or may not be a How the successors would CIne pr<,(>,,' le I key lu".* \ ( ,
along Eighth Avenue South, and sign of deeper turmoil and handle Moscow's angry dllput action "i i it Cowmu. n -, n t N r wMt .
I ts about one-thlrd complete on changes ..at.. with Red China central n,.'i>ttt*. i f! 1
al
Second arm the "W These officials adopted a watt ( her Jrtrr
manager said. do not want lottery any. lug" II1r1at t t
Later Third Street will receivea one anywhere and we do not ndseealtlltKls.AuthorMiti lie wat MI,"* top asphalt layer and Eighth Intend to be burled ourselves," her* *spr ***dtti* Soviet Corn: ''r prnf n*' .' '
Street wJl be ton up sad re. he said. 'We will be firm but belief. that Khrushchev was of Ian,11, vr the rCO ">1 Jt ,/,
built. we will be restrained. "'* ra* furled out of his poltions ss **!,e' fjtttrWttttr '
Wood said Halpta is still be. meet any test but our quest U Soviet pr.mter.04 bole of the sad t'.r', .,15NMIM" "
hind a Irndule on the eeverallwork always tor pc,. We must kp 1,0' >o*. This 1* aMoecom
and be predicted "it will be our eyes o* tile stars, but our .r., let"'ll' I.' ..
another month" before .tt Is fin.Ished. feet, both of them, on tilerrouDd. -ps, < d I 515311k i JtOUMS
The City U engaged lit ." al! .' eats *HX,,'1::".:
a $3O.ooo.1'M surfacing pro- Johssoo's running mat. ... till ro.ered. *a.r.* rtM M: I Ib
gram,: Its eon, whirl:pUn.sd Hubert H. Humphrey, Md 1 :loot*) M'".
e mpU *d MM newsmen h* did sot Hi tak the 1 roll in xr>*r c,5rt *, i I Ittl
went tourist aeasoa.September Kremlin leadership ettaag lIanl*..
scold brine any qufrk ._mll The two .11 wtio ',. -
wim ,.. .. ,
JokosorbHumphrey
metg *1 IOIr expressed tM view i' Pro r AI.II ", K <
Manner that 11', of State r I ,
op o Secretary ir and 101 Brew "
Des Bask and other daptomaU merit par first s* M. ,
Month In Florida to *a* d. out the MW poltrM I* are persona .. know' t,, s m*
tile KnotlkrH t there are ..,. U... 4ti IONU i and M "i: ... >
Highway Building u.rIsdlsg i St ....rp ,* atop
Accused Spies A Dean .......
TALLAHASSEE (AP) September OBt.tat.the(1f'" /tr4 .
was a banner momlt far Are Deported g*- rev *t%. ) It* then s "It.
highway eonatrvmo I* Florida.reackiaf .
Alei. Mire a total of f llUsailUw JTtW YORK (AF) : crtcai :ni
for mad and bridge pre jteU De and SUolo1(, and M* 11ae \ *.vn .thrust .M had nm Mer .. to tho streets '.;)* n'da, .,i' Svrsmp
*i Ill SUM *rt.
der way. will, M. accMwl tf *+{* kac* aat...u*sa rt.A.....*.. 1. save row. I C: g. ': n' a''.' fipintr '>if th 'i i Ii n Dtiioru ml eelc
well their trial was st>ni>Uy h. qz"i,, "' her 14tu): s<'li.njf a *' .11t fntln '
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TIle project dories Spt*.. (,l*i""t ir I ******* at tae
ended ty De ......* Dsvaruswot I /J' ',, lit 1t"lIt e abtdit'r". a' ,, laTer,
her kKbxlj 111 inks o| Inter. gore' : power: tfrtr t tew ? : r "
state .......,., MB also erf prt. ant bee* departed' 1oCaecbosoakla. da. ego witf ra* *t.ns*>4. tIMe .11 lit. '" q l I. be.i .-* : rear from .left ai> .Uk A Charles ,
.
aUf highways a4 41? *rU s dsecondary IQ\...'h.* wes -..,. i* 'IlL, "lilt lane.r II.ei.t/'nt i \ .r i Gore fliiki:" Johnson Ja l ii' n""t'r.tarr",
They elMaehesttags.
waivede
] fllKITA S KHIUSHCHCV
read 1/ '" llIli J..l\n Alr' n4roff ( Ms photo). \


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2 COIUEP. COUNTY NEWS, Neplei, FU., Friday, OcteWr I*. I IM@ 19*I 1 1 T Grace Lutheran

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Stewardship Fete CHURCH
"(" 1 YOUR
Lawsuit. i I In Set For SundayThe

(Continued from pare 1)) annual attwareahto. dinner -

duknt exercise of discretion" : of Grace Ltnherwi CMr h DIRECTORYNAPLES

by City Council, since Council j will be bald this ftntav evening -

"arbitrarily excluded properties commencing at 6t30 p.m.

both north and southof < l Al' arrangements have been GOSPEL BAPTIST CIIURCH

plalmlffa property," the made by Frank Ehman. Clifford. Rood. t U.S. 41

complaint stated.At Members are urged to attend roe mile ..a.f tho.

the assessment hearing, rather than necessitate die alternative CENTRAL County Courthouio

Council made a downward adJUStment > C r t process of having individual BAPTIST CHURCH f. C. looirrf, paler

of Mrs.Wbidde '.assessment calls of solicitation HO $...e>. Drive SUNDAY SERVICES
from $2,898.31 to $2 made upon them. North Ngl.sail. role School 10:00 ......

1B5.2T because of a computation The program will open with Oieor UtC; H*", Peeler Morning Wonhip 11:00: o.m.Troinlng ..
a potluck dinner at 5tW p.m. Sunday Servite. ; Sorvlco ':00 ,.11I.
"But there
1. error. still" are after which church organistCarl Sgnd.y School '10 .... Ermine Wonhip 1:00 p.m.
errors In computation the .....
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Worship Service I 11 I WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE
will favor
suit claimed and Council failed Soil the group
liklo ondProyor
hue Clowe. *:JO "" Study
with an Interlude of music.
to relieve plaintiffs objec Eton! Service ':)0 ,.".. Sorvlco 7:30 par,
The business will
tions." i meeting openat
e Choir Practice 1:11: p.m.
A 7, p.m and wU' last approxi-

WHAT'S MORE. / 7a mately sn hour. CHURCH OF CHRIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

In addition to objecting to inclusion After the business meetingtwo Temioml. Trail .1 '41h A... No.CAerJe. Kingdom. Hall 107th Avenue

of her land In the district short movies will be shown Wktrltn H. ",1.1.f ''or Wtltttt f"i,.., Minirofliblt

Mrs. Whidden also objects one on the life at Concordia Sund.y Study. Wodnoidty I pjn.Minittor .

i NEA Telephotoi/ to "Incidental expenses" Teachers College River Forest hit Study. 10 ..1'1I. School Friday 7:30 p.m.

PEACE PRIZER Rev being included In district costs ni., which should be of particular Mining W..hl!, I II I t.m. Sorvico Mooting Friary 1:30: p.m.
tin Luther Mar- assessed to property owners. Interest to young people Evenin| WenMp ':)0 p.m. Public Addrou. Sunday 1:30 p.m.
King Jr. Negro Assessable should have interested in areachlngcareer. Wedmdey. Walsh Towor Study' Sun. ':41 pat
('..vil) rights leader and head costs
The other film is an Insight lihle Study. 7:10 ,.....
been confined actual
ot the Southern Christian to costs
Leadership Council, was of laying sewer pipelines, she PREVIEW I FOR PUBLIC t Cleopatra th. arias look placid. enough M th,, Into the mission to retarded NAPLES PARK

awarded the 1964 Nobel said Among "Incidental ex- moment ol ih. pruent. her cub quorttl for fir.t time t. tht or... The young.t.ro. three children at the Bethesda Home CHURCH OF GODC. BAPTIST CHURCH

Peace Prize. He Is the 12th penses" were costs of Inspection female. and a mile, were barn in August ot the Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn, N, V for Retarded Children Beth- .,. ISIS 51. a I llth Ave. N. oar, Mttio School t. 10 WftctttSundoy ......

American and third Negro to and superintendence of --- ears, Wise. 1... Oev/e1/ Unior; II .. .
win the award. work, preparation of plans and Sweet corn, beans, cabbage, While the program Is intended Sunday. $tk'el 10 a.m. Morning E. Wonhip Worship 7:30 ",'.....

specifications, printing and Vegetable I Crops Thursday.celery, eggplant and leaf/ crops for the church membership Morning Worihip I II .."'. Proyor onng Mooting Wed. 7:30: p.m..

publishing legal expenses, Interest Ag ProblemNot anyone having a particular Interest Evofi.oli.Tic Strvlc 7:30: p.....

DEATHS during construction, etc. Hurt By I Isbell fields However were, thought the vast to sugarcane have an. in either or both of the T........ hays ......ift. 7:30 p.m.niundoy ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC
COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) moving pictures would be welcomed YPE 7:30: P.M.
The suit also objects to costs dured the storm in good shape. 3rd. St. t I Oth Avo. So.
Cam** Slayter, 87, an executive of 1 tying laterals being included Reveals Harry T. Vaughn, president of to that portion of the forftor lorraro L Hid.,

of the Owens-Cornlng Fiber. In assessable district Survey the V. 8. Sugar Corp., said sugarcane Simple schedule as a guest a spokesman EMMANUEL LUTHERAN Sunday. Manus 6/-10-IIW..hdys
glass Co. since its founding In said 7 ...... onlyContoulom
1938, died Thursday apparentlyof costar objects to the aquare- MIAMI (AP) Borne Floridavegetable suffered no appreciable CHURCH OF NAPLES

a heart attack foot assessment method as crops are feared to economic loss Harvesting begins Schramm (ILC.A.I) ; Salardey45.1p.m.endlbSp.. ...
"discriminatory unjust have suffered considerable dam. next week. Mrarlfif line I low Lino 0,.
School f ......
of the Inflicted
damage Sunday
objects to the inclusion of plaintiffs age from Hurricane Isbell.Most In The Mooring.Or.
INGLE Barry Says Private
WOOD services
Calif (AP) by Isbell came from the 11 tor. prayer were Confrotornity Claw of
the W./'..rf D. ,.,.". rWefSurety
Fred Arnold, 83, who retired In property not abutting undoes created by her fringes held at 1130 o'clock this after. Chrlition; Doctrine
1958 after 82 years at apolitical sewer in the district claims out of the City's general tardy Boynton Beach and Eau Oallle SIOUX FALLS noon for Henry Walter SchrammIn School I ...... Mondays ot 7:30 p.m.TRINITYBYTKECOVE.
writer and editor died Wednes. that the City "has failed to asks that the square-foot merot the worst blows. i Sen. Barry Coldwater, S.D. Slid CAP) to.- the Chapel of the Richard A. Church Service 10:30 .....

day. Arnold had been a political make any finding of any spec- thod be declared Illegal and, in Gordon Dunn, chief ot the Na. ,(day "there Just art no simple Pittman Funeral Horn *.

editor of the Los Angeles Her. tat benefit to lands of plain- the alternative the from-foot tlonal Hurricane Center, said <,solutions to the mess in Schramm, a resident of Toledo, EAST NAPLES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
ald.Exprsss, now the Herald. tiff or any other lands within assessment method be employed tornadoes are characteristic of ,agriculture" and the present Ohio, died here yesterday. Rev. BAPTIST CHURCH Port Royal

Examiner, for II yeara. the district!" claims that assessment ; and asks the court to declare hurricanes that strike land after I administration should be "hon. Richard T. Lambert, pastor ofTrlnity.by.the.Cove Sliedewlewn. Ave, tad Naples n. a.r. *''cW 7. UmoorfSundoy

charges exceed any the establishment of the mld. eptember. i est enough to stop trying to Episcopal a.. 100101 lure, *o.rofSwndey Sorvicoi
Portland, Ore. (AP) Mer. benefits and claims her pro- district, and collection of asBecau. the air is cooler, the ;patch up a worn.out program." Church officiated at the pray. Holy Communion I ......
er service
Vln E. Shoemaker 64 null.nd void storm are less stable, he said, The Republican presidential Family Wonhip! Church
political perty Is serviced by an adequate sessments, Sunday. School 10:00: .. .
writer for the Portland Oregonl.an septic tank. because the City "created the "and the more Instability, the I nominee In a speech for the Morning Wonhip I 11:00 o.m.Treinirio .. School and Sermon 10 o.m,

led Thursday of cancer. The suit asks the court to district out of nine noncontiguous more':f: -iu; National Corn Picking Contest, Priest At AltarTo Union 7:00 p.m, Wodnndoy
"We must leek the best Communion '0 .
Shoemaker had been with the added 1-00 .. Holy : .11I.
of land stayesystem E oni Worship
order "incidental expenses" of tracts widely separated. 9 p.m.Wodnoidoy
Oregonian since 1944. tlvely close to a ways open to ua to bridge the Holy Doyi Communion, ot I .....
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sewer construction to be paid swallowing considerable cool atr.Yo" !gap between the controlled agrl. Face PeopleIn
Mid We-l .Y.' Sorvlct 7)0 p.m.
culture we now have and the
IN THE AREA
Adult Choir ',.cti.. Ml: p.m.
tree toward.agriculture" we must move New Churches KOMTA SPRINGS

The speech came aa Cold. VATICAN CITY (AP) Thee FIRST ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
water plunged back Into th Vatican announced today that OF GOD Xoo. Ao'ano onoiSundoy

Midwest farm belt where he further change in Roman Cath.ltd Shodowlown. A.., E. Napkin School 10 ......
Arc CorJia/f !lnvitcJ campaigned Tuesday I ollc worship Including provU Worship II
I. t. W. Williams, faitttSunday Morning o.m
; Wednesday after a qndswing cat!t dons to bring priest and people School Ml: ..11I. Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.
Into Texas. He stopped al t face to face at Mass will go .
Wed. 7:30
Sioux Morning' Wonhip I II I .11I. Prtyer Meeting p.m.
City Iowa before into affect next March.
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to the coming Youth Service T"... ot 7:30 ,.....
corn picking contest. A papal.approved Instruction

Richards Roofing Service Atlc"J / C htircI The Sioux Falls speech war distributed at the Vatican Ecu. Mid-Week. 7:30 Service,.".Thundert CHURCH CHOKOLOSKEE OF GOD
16
l 1 billed
PIMM Ml Mtl Noplo* c by Coldwater aides aa a menial Council spelled out Sunday School 10 ......
major farm speech liturgy changes affecting more
Wonhip II .
.m
Sunshine Hardware .. But the speech contained few than 500 million Roman Catholics CHURCHOF .Morning
.. FIRST BAPTIST -,( ..t'1ur1f..ANn
,U.'O'" ",. _"" .. specific ; ---
and In the
"Your Complete Xoroworo Store"HI 1 l programs concen. world. "< NAPLES >
MM Avo. S* e J, C / a: ", ., .""I rated heavily on criticism of The change becoming effect: a... ...." U.rll., Patio [.."" MISSION BAPTIST

O our JOIce Democratic farm policies tlv March 7, the first Sunday of Sunday. School tall '.11I. Rev C'ro Merle
Naples Rexa.ll Store Coldwater pledged to call on Lent include requirements Morning/ Wonhip 10:10 l.m.
.... .. .... the aid Sunday School 10 o.m.
ate A" of people who know That henceforth altars Troinlne Union ':'0 p.m.. Wonhip Sorvicet

The Bank of Naples agriculture. placed in newly built churches Evenlno Wonhip 7:30 p.m. II ....., and 7:30 ,.....
"My secretary of agriculturewill i face the people so that they: can WEDNESDAY
Qrowlni with ".pl" ant These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church be a man with experienceIn follow services better. Pray. Mooting 7:30: Prayer MootlngtWednetdoyt
p.m ot I
Collier CourXy P.D'IC.1Ne'' farming, a man who knows -That the priest face the p.m.
Member and Community by the Following LOYAL
CITIZENS and BUSINESSES.SIGNS what it's like to plow a furrow people when reading the epistle
Store and to have dirt on hands"Goldwater and Gospel, now read with the FIRST CHRISTIAN EVERGLADES! BAPTISTCIIAI'F.l.
Hartley's Variety eh .
said will not be priest facing the altar and with CHURCH OF NAPLESMonderi
M Ninth Mad South *... tOe C. W.H., fotrorSundoy
a defunct governor trained aa a his back to the congregation Dr., Cequino Seeds
Bob' Pastry city lawyer and looking for apolitical -'That the Last Gospel and *rr. Jones W. Mociey, MimVerliblo School '.45 o.m.
s Shop Wonhip Sorvicei II ...... I I p.m.Trelning .
handout. be elimlna.ted
us Mh at., .... MI t-sria prayers after Mall School *::4i ...m.Chorch .
',raft ..k", Good Dolly" Aa he has previously Gold so that the service ends with Sorvlco I II I ...... Union 7 p.m.
water pledged to "aeek out the the postcommunlon blessing. f>oir Proctlco Wodn. ..d.
Naples Federal Savings advice of farmers and farm -That some ot the prayersnow V. por Service f p.m. Sunday
organisations! across the coun. said silently by the people EVERGLADES
end Loan Association ., try to find ways to make a during Mass be said aloud or COMMUNITY CHURCH
eM Nh A..... a.. Ml 14151 _ sound and healthy transition ung. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST .... H. 6. Wahhech." prior

away from controls" -That' national episcopal SCIENTIST Sunday School 10 ......
Jim's Sunoco The Arizona aenr.tor. who has conferences decide the text of Control Avenue ot ilk Strut Morning Wenhip II ......

Lrfotlm. Ouoronte4 Muffler. called for an end to farm price prayers said by the congrtga. "......, Sorvlco 11 AO ......
MI 1-eiSI N. ...
1447 PI.
w supports repeatedly reassured tlon at Masa. Sunday School I 11.00 ...... GOODLAND MISSIONOF
Wo Give stoma farm -ra this would be don The worship changes were Wtdfleidey. Evening Mooting I ,..... OUR: SAVIOR

Naples Coin Laundry gradually, denying he favored ordered by the council in its Hooding. Room 110 Pork St.Mon. la. Alcoar1 T. L.", '""/

Spec Quoon w....... 4i an immediate end to them. liturgy constitution promulgated W.d.. "1. Sunday. School. I ..11I.
sy i Soy Ween "I will never Jerk the rug last December. It put down ,10 ...... '. I ,.....
U.'. M*> 41 N. 4 Whitmon Slvd.Open from under the American farm. guidelines for changes, with IMMOKALEE FIRST
I..H..... N. Naples' ? car," he said "We must not many of the details left to a BAPTIST CIIURCH

W. Hoe,r, Conor .... scrap existing programs special commission FIRST METHODISTCHURCH .... t. 1. Co.W. PoirorWonhip
OF NAPLES I 11 ..'''. I ':10 p.m.
Naples Furniture Co. Fin' Avenue S. t F.urllt Si

HN No. Tomloml' Troll 4 < .... Jo*. f. Atco. fctrorunde IMMOKALEE
t 1 < .. WerJii.' II .
s o.m.Sun. CHURCH OF GOD
BB Builders Specialties + 'TEJ ,, oil E... Wonhip Sorvlco ot ':.0 .... 0. F. 0'.....
TooM North MI IIIMPlywood ( .6 yr' ., b Seedy School Ml ..... Sundoy School 10 ....

Xuee Over. Sulltor.Denier Locko HdweSchlne .. 1 '1..., Junior. Intormodioto and Morning; Worinip' II o.m.Evoning .

.. Sonior Follomhip 4 p.m. Wonhip' 7:30 p.m.
Lamplighter C-, ;;; _._ :' -11 Provor M...;.1 W.". e. 7:30 ,....

Dwewa-. U.., 41 ... I IMMOKALEE
M 4-Conwr. ...".., flo. <. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN METHODIST CHURCH
'h au. aick.rd; H.... Peeler
:
CHURCH OF NAPLES
C A. Anderson SUNDAY
tS Third A.... So. I first. St.
Interior t. Exterior Morning W..lli,. ':)0 I IISuodey
.. M W.
Peiminf Oocorotinf Itymm School. t.4l ......
: : Sunday School fM ...,
W.Up*poring :
I ,Jr. Ift..cf'.
'. ond Sr.
"'.... Ml p>.o. Sot tit S.rdCN on Sundoy. '.10 .....
.= Il.elda WATCH FOR THE MYP, ':JO par
Evening WIIi,. 7:10 p.m.

Marathon Dredging Corp. FULL GOSPEL TUESDAY

Merino Cmlnetlon and Mike was lucky! He lost his way completely along the thickly-wooded COMMUNITY CHURCH Meo'i Proyer S..I... 7 p.m.
Land OovotopmoMMl roads during his ,n a... D.. foe/we ,error Choir; '....ic.. 100 p...
I4UI ........ p-iwtd. vacation last summer until suddenly he came upon a small .... s..,. '..'..., AM*. ,..,.* WEDNESDAY
service station. The friendly attendant told him he was only a short distance 1 Domnion. Do.. "..1.. tVeteiSou Midweek,. Prayer SorvWoAdult

Trail Builders Supply from the lake. "Jut watch for the signs," the man said w ,g. NoplotSunday I CIoil........ 7.30 p.m.

School. 10 CO ......
Company It's easy to get lost. it could happen to At lives
anyone. times our get MARCO CHURCH
OF COD
..ac. Morning Wonhip II .jm.Sun4ey .
-__ P- no confused that we don't know which way to turn, and we feel that nobody Evonwe.T. ,..... fro 0. Messed paler

West Coop Furniture cares When that happens just watch for the signs. Wod. ".,.. Service 7.. ,... Morning Wonhip.; II .....
.."" Iv..... WenJup: ':11
par
Complete Interior. What signs Well, there's the fragrant beauty of a the of
laugh
rose a
sM sill A_ M ........ PI.
child the glory of sunrise, the sound of'great music signs all around that GRACE LUTHERAN ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC

Charles R. LeBuff point to the constant presence of God who loves us. CHURCH OF NAPLES CHURCH
Cabinet L Mieeeuri Steal 'loll IvildUg. cornor ..
DotoU Coelnott P Shop HeeolrAntKu. The Christian Church is the most Important sign of all created solely US. 41 and I)* A.., No. toedwi. Srroo eel .... TroilHe

Nopndvctwn.M to reveal a new and meaningful way of life to all who seek It. ... y In. $-.. rV. Prise, ff .t .... Sprkgtf

Mh M. So. Sodey Sited t ..., .,L.. J epA I. ,......,

u.1setsTH[ CHUNCH FOR ALL AU. FOH THC CHURCH Clowe' Service IOM ... Sundoy MMM 7JO: g.IO 0m.Coneo .
Jimmie Gibbs The .... IY I X AM' L E- shier Mary David ef tt lees Holy cFMd .--.. 'iooi Prior HSwWey
aaA la pwbel fwtmm .,
wrty ad ran tIw n.w.t. 'fl lock
P4werkrl a M.-, ControetorMl etrlk fat tho ...Iot.... of" rfwrartar .Ie: .11 I ,. .es .... .11 Ar *lcf* Academy displays ker rUmo ability ear Mad*.*. Sundey Meet UOOMOt
paw 1414. end......rltlwMM*.11| k.Mouw .......iIotMo\..k..1''< F. 1M... W Is. Sport ,.rt.f the etrie..r. 50yu5N education prram.no .
<- ta.. oIlIPIriI..a.-, e of ... oMMWMNy sari Helton 141ft *: nit; iinttn .IB .,,..r regularly auk math
Van Der Veer Owen Mlttwr .Vmrwy the ol *e t'kuel aa.N. .. the NEWS.' AB ckircbre. I. tke CMMy ere urged lo I
.ke.
M* otvilMUon ooo .untve. TtmM .Me* .: act ond HMrMMMMTi. H write U
M MM er k.efte
asp er cerrectioM ,.
Music' Center taw onmd Mm ...,, em* rip 10 P. .. OhWt* NfMy ... ... d M.e School St.d.ooMwtof M they eves
Complete fcMtrvctM Ooportioonl POTOM "'oSonld...... onvime ne* ml nod yowl Be.dulyXvrtkv. { c.... n.o SwMoy .1 ... N AM
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M *ny InotnimentSHUT Curyrllthl, lath! K........ 1.tll"lI U'.Sli" oeIlUf\I. Ca A. : M .... e.w kkead If Site
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MUSIC DIPT.
Isis M SI. N. MI all Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH INTlRPAITMLIVINGCfXrLlXfavewhDoy'

fsalma Proverb. Isaiah Jenmlah Matthew Matthew I Corinthian
q ,,,,, -MODERN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS COMPARED
1':1.11
: 1:1.1& 1429 4 146')1: ASHTABLLk 0tWt CAp
tUCU gt1 : i l'lI..JO ) Mvtirliei. Eta***
WITH rt'NDAMEXTAL CHRISTIAN:' DOCTRINES" A-.ricUl It.tia-- Toss Hail AIIIatt A. ...... of St. Peal

Naples laundry & C Meeasg Iftc. 01 It. P...'. 15cm. conference .....,... ..,. 1Mcompies
Cleaners Inc. peat t 3. J.ho..h' Witn***** I ConlftlDC 01 Protauats. drool be ready UwrUui

TIM M. .. KniMc Monk* IIS ... Ronan Csthotsce lams MIl yow lot 12 'IftI..,, turn,
"ail nap ae.: ..... A..11ft....-see.... .* Gilford, Reed sad t' S. 41 "Ibera prCltIIoll' talereere uervelo ef ell ncu ...i n 1.., .rd) t t. ,
es 'inlertsrdt' .."' acladutstbrwn, .. .
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COUKR COUNTY NEWS.. Ntplel.. 'I.l rVletyUK n'" i I

Another Attempt Made Hospital Report -

ADMBSIONS
,..
10."i Mary Rlmea Eleawr "I .

To Save Bowden. Henry Stadler FrK. ( .
the "
Whooping CraneBy Trawick. Davana Esell. ': ,I't: tI
10-8: JtmmleKoater.SMrtey W
'
Rotten, Gall Tuttle! Virginia j I : -
BOB TRMB| Clement Mid r6ior" than
Gecko Doretha Remben. 'I ? '
Associated Preta Writer gamble with the wild "thhonptr
10-9: William "Wamble.
population, wildlife iflu, ale I
EDMONTON Alt*. (AP) should concentrate on "as i Io pa 14 ther Hemple, Oliver weather II I
Canadian and United holt,Gus Blahop.
Slates'
increase in food sunph .h [
wildlife official have given up in turn would increase the .___ __ 10-lOt Leroy Davis Ma-
direct intervention falda Luae. Moncerrate Saaa
to
atop the .
in| capacity of the w niri I h
whooping crane from skidding of the bird ti Aan'a,. I I"We brie. i
into ...tinction.Th. know 10 little a1uii 'il lOUt Jennie Tennant.Belty

wildlife departments in distribution and han,t'. i .\ Carl John MUton. Phyllis y c
both countries have agreed to be folly to bale ,n non i h. Stumpf Patricia Green Wayne

launch an egg-gathering program copters in the exi-iunm, Plamhaber. Edith Rohaley.
in Wood Buffalo Park, 600 -nilea stealing ef WIthout 1"1'3'' r 1011."arren Adkins.

north of Edmonton, and raise the lung the whooping >.ranr's ,, I Pauline Richardson Lucille L

stately bird in captivity. back to safe numbers Bradahaw Juanlti Starkj.pev-" ,
Nature cant be blamed for the AU NAj 6 C,
"It's ,
i
time we reiognnc 1 chat erly Ray,MCIfIerrateSl"'brla.WOllam ,
decline
of North
America' it i. pure dogmatism ..< t I.. Albrltton.

tallest to retreat bird. into Civillistion remote regions forcedit pride in our fragmentary Iii'"> r .I COMMiiN j 10-lJt Timothy Wolfe, Anne ror
ledge of nature to Mthat a
McCabe Sbetanluk.
and wanton slaughter' reducedthe apecita ta in a cul-de sat en NOS Klatwej
wildlife I IR IS Y Milton Oliver Jennie Tennant.
population to )J doomed to extinction lito simph
from I peak of several thousand do not know what the [future R VICE L
ISO years '10. holds for the whooperi." f't DISCHARGES

Through the captive rearing The new step taken by Iht hI" 10-T, Pat Fields. Margie

program it is hoped to raiaa up governments 'will see six eggsor McDonald and baby girl, Antonio *

to 7,000 of the spectacular: the product of three nests Sar.108t .

white canes, which: boaat awing taken from Wood Buffalo Parkin Louise Son gerLlea..

span of seven fen, and 1965. The eggs will b* flownto lyn Thomas, Linda Clark John
stand almost 514 feet Burnett
tall.
a propagation center in thr
"It's not I new idea," said 10-9t Rimes and
where Mary baby
United
States will t
Ron Mackay, they >i BOOT) FOIL THE r',VW M.nli hill!: MtClmlx ..11"I.' l. .
operations supervisor hatched and the blldbrured boy, Eunice Williams Mettle
for the young compare :Maria bout nith tin (,.i, .:,nitu ,' "t1",1 .It
the Canadian western Wildlife region Service.of 'with special' facilities: Whltiker Frelda Trawick, the State 11' ol Texas held mnu.ill\ .ii Mill.is, III I I, 1"IJ'I,
Eleanor Bowden Doretha Rem- bind
The Inn )| I sown teat dill
"Nor I. it one that has the unqualified bert. is,

support of all wildlife 10-lOt Dsvana Etch, William -
BlIZABtTH. \ I I. 11'1\ '
experts, including Directing
men in gov Wamble, Eloise Ayers
ernment wildlife service Helen Crandall Gail Tutle and Flees Jump' '' do flees jump0
"But to be realistic, it'. the The Nation! Pant i "nntr',
baby boy.10lit.
r
only tack we can take.
We've
Water TrafficIs Pearl Stevanson Association, headquartered
tried to let the bird. increase
Oliver Weatherholt Leroy Becrtiise0C02 ears the lont-scught innwer haflnilly -.
their
on own without much success
Davis Moncarrate Sanabrla. bass found.
To continue as we now are
doing would only contribute to A Tough Job 1O-l2t Mafalda Lire, Pas It's the atlmulatliif effect ">f

the eventual extinction of thewhopper. rids G rem.Ma rgarf Thomas, carbon dioxide-, Cot, rheml.al'i ipeaklnf '-

.." TULSA, Okie. AP) ForestL. Jennie Tennant and baby girl, -upon ".... a* well at.

Not so, says Roland Q.; Nixon ia a profesaiopsl run- Eleanor Boymon, Earner Hem- mosquito, hit ,'aiiN** thee Ii

Clement, staff biologist wlh the drop watcher.If pel. .
sects to auditor* hop mi "of
National Audubon Society. a raindrop fall on Great READY TO SELL DRINKS AND SNACKS at the PGA tournament ut 10>13| Roy Miller Warren f3flJATH1Nq)
crick In the floor and trite
Bend. Kan., or Black Mesa, the Naples Beach Club ate' these two members of Hospital S'll''II. Adkins, Petty Carl,Edna Davis, o''
Okla., or Wichita Fills, Tex., League No. 1 who will man the lefreshnicnt booth at tht tournament Frances Harrison Juanita SYOU; '''itJfr1 aavi Pr. Philip t t. ty.ir. ..on Iii'

Nixon looks at it to decide what, They are from left Mrs Geoige Atkinson nnd Mr. Robert Moms Starka and baby girl, Ann Mc.Cabe Ion twhrtlcsl director
if anything, he wanta to do about McGrath ) Reporting on the ,-.ul t. ofrf .
( photo
N it. --- ** rrh prole, t al, the i', net
When raindrop. together, "
get
chief engineer ,.... .... ..... I' .(. .4 BIRTHS '" alto of Tokvo. I I'r. seat .11'
Nixon hydraulic HOLDING TOGETHER 10-Bt Mr/ and Mra. Wen l'"I ,
for Tube District of theV.S. the lean met remain thus
fhs THECHURCH OFFICE dam Curtis Rimes baby boy
Corps of Englneera, diverts dormant In r.u-'Iul nr i revtunll ,.
CLEVELAND (AP Church cws BonitafrOM Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur
the water to places where it secretaries. who dry tears, act e Tuttle baby boy. | illmullled, rn i rbo",

won't cause trouble a. information centers, run errands t- 10-lli Mr and Mrs. Phillip dioxide lulled from a warm
"Sometime it gets 'a little calm the irrational and By RAE WEAR Cook Tennant baby girl. Manned animal, through It'
complicated," isys Nixon, whose generally hold the fort while the
oNtn .JttnNlatM 10-13t and Dennis breilhfni.
rat1111 1aINMwwliu m Mr. Mrs.
district ii about the sire of psstor I Is busy with his round. -
Stsrks a baby girl) Mr, and Th. rirbon dlotlde l he
France, It include: some of the are organizing here. e'
Mrs. Ruby Carpenter was are now In the for
making the
counl ry'. moil cantankerous They hsven'l decided on a welcomed by President Ethel coming annual bazaar which Mrs. Slxto Sanab,rla -baby girl. plains, revue them to .-prim
rivers and 19 reservoirs, for the
streams, name nonsectarian
violently
organ- and almost hllndl
Bennett night at the 1s the
13 local flood projects In opera. IUllon.but It'a to have East and Tuesday group'g major projectto
Donlta Springs woman's Club defray their budget through the air u the enurrs of
tion and a dozen more rsaervoirs West Side chapters in Cleveland. expenses. Former GOP
under construction. Speaking at an organizational as she returned from a northern the (roa-mu. like moth Ii

Nixon! and William J. Bowman, meeting, the Rev. Robert Ine- summer vacation, Friday night October 16th. attracted to a light hulb.
chief of the district' .reservoir garner of Lakewood Congregational Announcement was made of Mrs. Mary Land will representthe Senator Now

regulation lection ire 1 chargedwith Church remarked: "It has two special events In November group at the Council of RUDDER. STAMPS-MI i-tur
atoring water needed for only been In the list 10 years Wednesday, November Clubs meeting In the Community LBJAbout
power. oc other use* and getting thai the practice of having full- 11, another In the series of Hall at seven-thirty Backing -----
rid of the of the water ai lime church sedrearieeifils be
sear dessert card patties and then, Meadamea
Reported> I'l are
quickly II possible.! tome illdlrmon l.t'i.rt'horch.' .. Home" 60 Collier CountUn We're having a" .
Welcome on
a and
That means holding up runoff are becoming big business and part Agnes Wolcott Peggy heard former Republican Sena
7th
from this creek, storing water ministers are called upon to be Tuesday night Thomas and President Den tor Harry Ciln say he "will I Sensatlonnlopening
I from thst river, rilling the levelof two or three people. Ai more with officers and board mem Dart urged cards and prayersfor feel safer and sleep better atnight"
. this r..enoir. releasing water demands are made of them they bets as hosts, which will follow our sick and shut-ins, If Lyndon fl. Johnson

from that reservoir and so on. It must in turn depend more on a short business meeting "Happy birthday" was sungto ts returned to the White House

( NEA. Telephoto) means keeping track of how much: their seiretsnea." A "thank you" was extendedto Mark Braun as she made In November Cain spoke this ,

water i. in each reservoir, how Roy Noss for the recent her contribution to the Robert morning st "s coffee" held at
RARE PHOTO-Former film high the rivera and reservoirsare Wasn't A Wltneig building repairs and to William E. Lee Birthday Bank. The Moorings Country Club. t

star Greta Garbo was photographed downstream and how much When Thomas Jefferson Volght for his recent help The door prize was awarded resident of Mi-
Cain a now
October 19th
as she arrived at runoff to expect from each rain proceeded to the Capitol to within the building.! to Mary Land, and game prizes and, formerly was a Senator Starring\ Monday,
Kennedy Airport, New York, in each watershed. take the oath of office as Each Thursday beginning atonethirty Mesdames Juliette Msrgerum. -
returning from a trip to And when flood come or I president of the United States, In the clubhouse to from the State of Washington, ,
Wear
> Carpenter, Rae and served in the house 9
Paris. threaten the fate of millions ofdollar John Adams refused to accompany : of upper
ladies the are
him to witness the community Odella MarkofT Armenia with both President Johnsonand
worth ofproperty depend
on Nixon decisions: on which Inaugural ceremonies for his Invited to attend the Arts and Retll y,Berte Brugge,E Is U Putnam the candidate for Vice: President

hFf4 faucet dam to open or shut. successor Crafts classes Many kerns Bennett arid Miss Peggy Hubert Humphrey.In L
llllrY
Poehner, searching his conscience\ ,
IS FUN AT Miss Ruth Danker urged thoM based upon experience In the

Kids Vote for Oatmeal Cookies making donations otherwise Senate with' the candidates, he tlfl! I II IIL
BROOKSIDEITwe contributing Items or money resolved It would be lifer to I

for the bazaar, to get same In have an experienced man at
1fIt w 4+11Ga her hand as soon\ as possible. the head of the executive de

Materials for the home-made partment. Ha related his first L ttL
"
candy concession are needed decision was to g* to the polls
white elephants well as good and cast "my one vote" for

L clean rummage am very much President Johnson and his running 1

needed. A call to any member mate Humphrey,

f will mean an Immediate. pickup. Further reflection prompted

him to do mere for the Democratic

I slate and he volunteered .' 1 I

r i1', te stump for Johnson and Hum 1P 1C

Walker Guest phrey on the speaker's platform

a.w .leagues are la! Speaker For ,
Cain stressed the capabilities
the of forming-,
process
and iiyeM interestedshould Family Night of Humphrey mate. as Johnson's running -

tall Brookslde Rep. Lorenzo Walker will be
In conclusion he urged COl- i
Bowl for Information. the guest" speaker at the First lier County voters to give 't i

A irormaf learae for Baptlit Family Night to be held thought to the upcoming election U.

ladiei I. bring formedes.peted Av o'' "Wednesday Oetobe r 21.Walker and said It was "impor

of new rmers l. wUl speak on a topic. "Chrta- tint" that the county and the

Naples. Il will be .....w.a. ttana in Covtmmani." state go Democratic: on November
I IIi
the "",.ka.. Wa,.. In other : activities *. L
Uscee." Ullisi Mswbj scheduled for run week, the r

will explain its werklnge Leonard Circle will meet Tues NIWOCIANUINMHAPONIAPJ .. r

at a neetUf te be anevneed. day. October 20, at 3 p. n. The i TH ,*.'P.*. a' Ii ,

meeting. will be held In the educational net
The ether new league .. building and Mrs Ur i all"*' tke 9.0.aell! H. i
for Senior Bowler, nnd .. Thclma Hodges will demon. ihir. .Ina l *a>lp.

scheduled. .. Tuesday. alternooni strate making cancer pads for IrK Mtte Bark ..... Tkta the hospital All !antes Inter \ till have bail. itnin i I Itw .!
Nnrtl..edrider sited are Invited, a spokesman .>t tle*..,.. II . (cage. wlU be 1'g said. ,,.. I."15iwanla I,,, "/"oJ C'Ii .
ABC mad WIBC a 4memWrs __ ", .. ),.n ......"... Just Z''
will be ,..tltleet. Th.,16 per I Ih., V.4 in tii ,,,,,.t,," t-,
ill the twirl's efferrelnder ions In Finland served by 225 an .i ? mi 1 1.," r.Irv .. .

that nregram. iiraspspers. I 'IIKI' mm I
SNACKTIME FARE Oatn One el N.. .. wemenUler E
.dl gabble
up.
placed In the finals I

.f Oie BPA gealifr. By CICILV IMOMNtTONCAssecietee NAPLES I
lag match. In Miami last Press Feed Editor. ,,,,I' men seam fr..1IIt 12 trip aslk FLY --- e

weekend. Jndy C'rlckenker- AROt ND Xll n. u.e. ttxOsimeel ueii,.* vane e pate for ere lipid I I : tun* regular rolled oi MIAMI ROur
Ittk with a 1* Cuukiei ore "known as Iftd "u'tt orange nut tn then I : cHa) c h,mp,' riM*
gee placed Attainder's that's because .> \ < ,ns-'" l .lasfr.4 .at uu
game Mil .f U7I pin i I"MT-yew-oU nephew gives ahem a t.ratd .p. limed u ,tha smetl Sri> use**? till flew. baking New
CONGRATULATIONS his unqualified SBf> >sl Pant toe spat a a small way' IJI sal. c.n ado. ..... ....... hid nmmeg.r Year Round Daily Schedule

JUDY! soft MM ten hard, see too sweet then g 10 *<mii|, pM.INed .
Naples le Miami
not too spiel Ke end whet sugar, .dart wise' sugar end
Watch this. tel... fee
anJ"ltJeea" nrcaclMMsl vteileff. gobI4e them t I.,'"+IICE R'I n.iu. lawKijlrty. teat m sir 1,45 A.M. 11,30AM. 3..' PM.: complete steak IneMlnir tottons. wool.
weekly MI W" .... "l TMFAL COUI! .sa. .kj M fit sifted dr> ragtnliens "
in-wninf erect atBreeaude Sc...a-ege cMUre,, too willumhiuMedly II ; i upe aft ftootI ........,y .i* till Miami T* Naples' silks laces, tennis dresses, "Ifieakv Pete.

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BY BRUCE B10SSAT
FRIDAY OCTOBER 16, 1964 ....... / ; Washington Correspondent
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,, ,. ;; .a. g Newspaper Enterprise' Awn.WASHINGTON.

The Right To KnowThe ",9\.t.o. .
t.J"" -: NEAi
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\., ", Client editors surveyed by Newspaper Enterprise Association
this lend Benjamin "" -.< (i.i across the nation believe the biggest things President

startling' announcement that "Public Occurrances Both Lyndon B Johnson has going for him in this election

Khrushchev Is out of in ,the.. Soviet Domestlck" with intentions i (campaign are his legislative record and his personality.
power ... : The think the greatest damage is being done to his candi
Union "because of his age and health"gives I monthly publication, but / 'ev4a.- dace by his continuing silence in the celebrated Bobby Baker
Americans another reason to appreciate ment of that colonial state ':- case and the foggy view the public has of the President's

the free In the United first edition threat to personal l financial historjA
press a
-
-C-o lor Johnson' rhal.. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona,
States, which Is being observed and control over all citizens _: .- editor sat that b> far the noted during National Newspaper Week. closed the newspaper. upon big 'government. It must be assumed of course that
-- the senator get me-If not full-benefit from the hurt
will be told only and
The Russian people "All of Florida
being done the President by the Baker case and other
what the new leaders want them to pause this week, National .. :: .. matters.
: .
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know no more and no less. The average Week, to pay homage to __ J! The worst wounds being dealt Goldwater. the editors say
what hap led In the are those inflicted by widespread reports of his controversial
Russian can only surmise stitution which
control and on Social
lew* on nuclear weapons Security
pened. The complete truth may never give the public the right to
THERE IS MtTH ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE to support
be allowed them. and to prove that an these editors' judgment that Goldwater's much-discussed

The Russian people are bound to be ry can provide the best nuclear \"IeIre his>> most crushing handicap. Obviously

curious, even suspicious, of the strange known to man. whatever other advantages he has the President must be a
this central issue.A .
way Khrushchev's fall was announced.He "We often salute the hea\>comment beneficiary on on Coldwater from W. W. Keith of the Win-

was away on a trip when news of dropped their plows to 1 field. Nan Courier. offers a conclusion which accords with

the change was released at midnightfrom from our soil and the that reached in many soundings taken this fall:
afraid of his Ideas about nuclear
"People are weapons and
the Kremlin. Russian newspapersthere who sounded the cry of or hl>t continual backtracking to explain what he meant In

( Is only a handful) will only print halls of colonial government, previous statement! "

news approved by the new government. do we stop end realize A Georgia editor. Ouimby Melton Jr of the Griffin Daily

Reporters for U. S. newspaper* will probably through a heavily taxed, \i>"One v\s. underscores vital factor the in that point Mr.: Johnson has shown that his

succeed In sending out more accurate sometimes secret press that rMAskc trigger finger doesn't itch. Mr. Goldwater's seem to be

and detailed accounts of the sud and flames of freedom twitching."

den event, and their papers will print throughout the colonies so \. : OF THE 380 EDITORS who responded to NEA's fall clec

them, that John Q. Russian will ever unite in the struggle. to tion sune\ 341-or just about 90 per cent-thought the
Bobby Baker case damaging to the President's position.A .
get from his own government controlled perfect Union, establish total of 238-62.6 per cent-also felt Johnson was being

papers. Yet, Americans sometimes do domestic tranquility, hurt bthe cloudy indications surrounding his personal

not appreciate the free and uncontrolledflow common defense, promote AL OUTLOOK .. finances Yet almost a third of the responding editors felt
this matter neither hurt nor helped him.
them each welfare and the
of news that comes to secure The editors concluded Johnson gets assistance not only

day In their newspapers.How berty to ourselves .' and Unemployed People from his legislative record <((296< editors. 77.9 per cent of the
did our free press come about? "The same press that LONDON (AP) Along with respondents) and his personality 1291. 766 per cent), but
Queen Elizabeth n the Beatles his handling 162.4 cent) and his
from budget ( per foreign
Last year Tom Adams, Florida's Secretaryof colonials to demand and by OIORUI HAOCDORN didn't vote In Britain's general policy efforts/ iS45 per cent)

State, gave the following account of of self-determination today election.
"We wanted to cast absent GOLDWATER'S CASE exactly the same proportion of
the event In one of his newsletters to con an equal place of Importance of Labor I Job openings what their effect votes, but the forms were responding 'dltors-3111 or 83.9 per cent-think he Is helpedby
stituents. In part, It read as follows! ture of our democratic It ia un I lion the employers' op mailed to us too late," said attacks on big government( as believe he is hurl by his
"If was a day not unlike any other "It Is through the of surveys erations. Inability to fill a Job Beatle Paul McCartney, nuclear views.
labor I may represent an emergency senator's almost controversial
He wouldn't say whether he The equally Social Security
autumn day In Boston 273 years ago, press that the people and and which seriously Impedes production and the other Beatles John Ideas are rated damaging by 292 .1tton-711.9! per rent of
but It was not the weather that was important ment can best vacancies. Or it may be merelyan LeMon, George Harrison and those reporting. Ills general foreign/: policy notions also are
on that September 25th. It was spirit of genuine concern be' par- inconvenience which is Rlngo Starr would have voted given a negative mark with 56.11 per. cent of the editors lind-
un met by minor procedural adjustments
them
Conservative, Labor or Liberal. Ing a handicap.
a seed that was planted a seed that ferences of opinion to weld -they: The queen can't vote. Law

ultimately flowered Into the Democracythat Into a solid, Inseparable the people It la anticipated that the bars lords, lunatics and felons

we know and enjoy today. the people, the Jobs and that now help new to job-vacancy settle arguments data will on from the polli.WASHINGTON.

"No, It was not a meeting of leadersIn press become one. the causes of unemployment.Is JAP) The
the Colonial Government. Quite the "Not only Is the press a appropriate unemployment in this board chairman International ,
on country mainly: "structural"In Inc. formerly Riddle
contrary, for the government of Massa In our democratic process, If the gov the sense that It results Airlines told stockholder
chusetts reacted with a dictatorial de. partner In our free money from an inability to match Thursday that a $16,000 bill for
to help the available people with the transporting 80 persons to Lai
that snuffed this first
termination out And the must first
press It had bet- available jobs? Or la unem- Vegas, Nev., and back in AprU, 1 1A
flame of liberty but the ember smoldered In business before It can of skills ployment the result of more 1963, for a testimonial dinner In
until It finally burned Itself Indelibly sponsibilities in Democracy." for. basic economic difficulties honor of Sen. Howard W. Cannon .
Job vacan- which Interfere with the Job- D R4ev., remains only part.
on the pages of American I history Our think to the agen\ creating process? ly paid. a-
In the First Amendment to the Constitu Adams for his private Caution will be needed, But James H. Carmichael )

tion of the United States. One can only wonder people on however, In determining the declined to say how much had
\
Cltls.n'i
careers In bearing of the Jobvacancydata been paid.
"This first spark of liberty was the munism would survive In on these questions. We Carmichael said the bill had

first Independent newspaper printed in country had i free press can't automatically regard been sent by mistake to Bobby
I each job opening as a potential Baker, who later resigned u 4
have I opportunity: for increasing secretary to Senate Democrats. a .ewr
and we the employment total by one. "Baker apparently had nothing
advance to do with the charter," Carml. J
others' of Understanding NeededAn chael said.
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER employer might have

sufficient manpower on his ROME (AP) Actress Anita "He's my most difficult subscriber."
: be de- payroll to fill all the orders he Ekberg Is reported planning to eeeae..eee.eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeee'
for which can expect to get. But he relinquish her Swedish citizen.
seek might still report a number of ship to become an Italian. Chance Remarkse.ee..eeeeeee.ee.eeee.eeeeeee
This la job openings because he la A spokesman for the blonde
of an looking for people with par- said she "had suffered a big
: as one ticular skills-people who can disappointment" In her native QUICK NOTES & NEWS
work." But help him put his operation ona Sweden. He didn't elaborate,
them are more efficient baala. If and but he apparently referred to
case to when he finds them. It seems Miss Ekberg's dispute with a + Thanks very much to Kiwanis
of effort unlikely that the end result film director who has threat. Club of Naples for your very kind
In prac- would be a net Increase In his end to sue her for falling to tlp-o-the-hat to this newspaper.If
subjective payroll while he is doing the show up In Sweden to make a
In the same amount of business. scheduled movie. the paper has been of service to

or not New statistics of this type: ycur fine organization, believe you
cases. can be helpful In throwing ... us it has been a pleasure.
statis light on national problems.But .
,
MlvL on only if those who use Today.InHistory + Note to "Disappointed: If
them take the trouble will in
to understand you come and sign your let-

will .not In them thoroughly. ter to the editor, it will be pub-

count of lished promptly.So .

\. '" + help us it seemed like
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la..e 1 t" ,. .'j" : By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS the wind blew harder Thursday night

Today U Friday, Oct. 16,the than it did on Wednesday when hurricane -
288th day of 19M. There are 71
Parade /
ARC lee rACAraASTCR days left In the year. Isbell was supposed to be in

AelD Today's highlight In history the neighborhood
R A P A T C D o R AI .
"" On this date in 1540reglstra0lion
little brother I'm him the business. +
"He's my teaching ii CBS television in New York
I : T C p ; A R A r: began for the first peacetime *
I. A T C D C ri T A T [ draft la the United States, called this office Friday morning
C G 5 L C S Involving men II to S9 years of trying to find FiFi LaTour, an exo-

. Pen Is MightierIn : r'u' R oR.M r 1I u day.age. Sixteen B was completed million men la were one tic dancer, ( that's a technical label -

I C L O C u v. AIR O C R registered.On for strip-tease dancer ) who pre-
N i T l A T A >t i this date dicted how
Bulwer-Lytton indniduals. the exactly and when St.Louis
the long ten by '
ago, '
U T A n V i'T' A t1 1 n In 1793, French Queen Marl would
penned the0 rd. "The pen u stories and editorials anth.! Fr RiTt CnAMCLS, Antoinette was executed.In win the World Series. CBS is

mightier than the sword." sure of public opinion .: Y C R R A n S [ C 1SS9, John Brown's raid atHarper's interested in knowing how she did
Ferry la Virginia it.
Down through the ages thisphrase these.It. : "ss SOLUTION Of YISTIIOAT PUZZU (now West VTrgltJt) began.In During the
has become more and more t is ivMencrthy that 1939, Adolf Hitler's forces conversation with
tens and the had a ; tIl.\IoIA Dow : d Damp and completed the conquest of Po this guy in New York the name FiFi
press
to be accepted as truth. I Came likenapoleon hlll\ land. ( or however it is
; spelled) didn't
acvomphihmtnt: : of this : Parched
This U all the more true when! \ In 1MJ, the Budapest Radio sink
that this matter w as 4 tale 8 furpon broadcast that Hungary was la through our thick skull. So
gain an ," '
to
several Join together successful conclusion \\ 5 CvrdelorMhlMr 9 VtMMgMer a state of siege because of widespread we advised him to contact somebody
end by the use of the pen.Monroe \' 10 Bnerag murder and robbery. else.
use of force of an.nature.. II _II
became ; d.n 4 D.k gene, Tea years ago--A group beaded
County citizens In fact it is extremely 5 Sheltered r a.M.dt! by retired Lt. Gen. James A. But now we do remember that
alarmed over the mounting death that the ue of force could I Merle.G.IdrMt DooUttle completed a secret she and her husband live here

toll among bridge fishermen but one complished anything at all 0. r a I ,. ,19 ,'NOII the study Central of certain Intelligence operations Agency of in Naples during vacations and

man took up his pen to write to / ,J JO entrant MUM made at the request of Prest. we are glad the name didn't sink I
officials for tome action case.This r/Z dent Elsenhower. in.
state to plead it lust one of the !! PontliJ4
1'$ FIT years ago-Tne chief security The
dancer
and
toward making the Heildondetune: her husbandcome
looking of the
you tr of the written officer of the CJ. Em.
motorists and fishermen "f'f'L[ r/- 1'-' : here under their real
bridges safe for There art msajr. many more 1'/1' r/ U Cutting basal la Moscow Russell Lan. name.
gaUe, was charged with epion They live quietly bother
alike. annals of hUtorr. is I" /1 I1 It J6 Elbtt*roof nobody
/ and expelled from the So and
) age seen to
David E. McCurdy wrote to GOvernor It is a good omen for the ,. Arrangemenu net Unlace General of the Array enjoy our town about
as much
Farria Bryant and to this vation of the democratic! way I George Catlett Marshall died. as anybody ever has. They
when end are accomplished ,1 rbrr.n. One year ago Lutvtg Er. May not want CBS to know how she
nswspsper.
19 tbwrt bard' was elected chancellor of predicted the series. They I
'{cCurdy', letter was published democratic wal.Participation. ; ; IJ" /J. 11 \lIdlMY West Germany, succeeding Ron. not want may
neighbors to
and that touched off a aeries of of the .. U Scrip. red Adenauer. know what
?" @ 0 4) UluHum business they are in. V. don't
vents which have led to the deter- government Lt a condition Ham'rA.a.
minaUon by state official to do dent to the preservation of ., '0 /4 .f r/ .. .? .Ofr/iw.sya ,, leef/.e. profess to know.
% M.I. But lf they
and the 4 are interested
aomethlng. most powerful tHE courtl COUNTY sews
,,, ln
These officials now give the creditor (he hands of eat b and ev erv .. .'... .*..* .".* *9 "*, **..*. *... the CBS query, they can calla
.,
$I ; f, : N % id.w M n .p..q
ttrt action to the letters write it the pen 0 ; ". a.--i .10'' .... '..._ fellow named Jack O'lfeal at
The Key West .- PLaza 10600 in Hew York.



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B> (I.\\THU! 1 U )WRY
I Their Blessings At Everglades
Counting AP TV Halt II rltllr
had
NEW \OKKP, ) VBt
t weal> prlmMlnif hour at
chamber music CHS featuredomthlng v
BY BILUE
D. SMITH
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called "Captain I
EVERGLADES\ Residents "
ly'i Mississippi Music Hill,
t
are couralM theirblessings to '' "r U? and NBC was P'lng with 5001"thine ,l
day. Hurricane laboR small ..4LII called "j\UI\9) Blake,
intense and hit '' t
dangerous, approximately Police Reporter
10 miles west of The year wan I IMS, when tele
Everglade, with the eye passIng vision Mti were nuinl>*r*<1 in e
about over Turner's River the thousandrithei 1 Man the
area. million, and (he place was the Y
),' Pti evening schedules of the three N
4
did
Everglades area not get .
major network ,
w the tide The + I
hjfh expected. ,
One nf the InluKtn iiibllca. { k !'
Weather Bureau forecast tides tine, ""Televlsl" ftUpirlM," 'I1Y' .a,
from 7 10 feet and Evergiada .l v .
to ,
rh rr current!) Usts all the program '
I. .
prepared themselves(or UtUi that have come and gone w.,
the mud and water to come in over 1,000 since 1941. And

a a. It did In Hurricane Donna, t scanning of thaw early chows
of September I960. There 3), underline the high" mortality
( of lrlton Of the It
was very little damage to buildings rate pro-
but tree damage Is exten lie .., el (ram* listed for letS (today' e4 f y 4I.j
1 total
sive. :S'.A: fit prime time network shows r
almost 100) only one has nun
Shores hit with K
Everglade was "
vivid, "The Ed Sullivan Show.
high winds a tool shed was f Imogen Coca has been

turned over and a chlcfcee boat signed to headline In Carol

shed collapsed and put the boat ,, M Burnett's absence -CDS' "The
on top of the chtckee sham- Entertainers" on Oct IS. Beatrice -

bles.All Ullle, already scheduled UP AND AWAY On hi* way to the after *
TsmlamlTrall billboards be a guest star, will play an ,",r."trr o! the Moiieyev Dance Cempaiy it washed CyCole
are down from to even more) Important part in the ,
Everglades "' "' berl of IluuUy troupe during London cI ... 'lhII''
Ochopee. variety program's Hallowe'en
show
Several trailers turned over
v .l It ls expected that, It MissBurnett's
\\IIITE CI-\ni\ET* There in lar
Chokoloskee and there was
hospital stay' recovering -

are sticks at which least arc some no licorice longer severe, with tree several damage roofs in Copeland and- : "'- --, f1RF'CW\HtMF' I ':' R ,' T>" L r: ", .h"I "k, ?" from neck and back Injuries Porter Composer
1* protracted, her place will
basic black Dale Ten Broeck porches taken off at the peak Bit, t t.. I"" lit ""t t HIIUSI, Goal uidslIri' liltout ildrtl' 1 tip' 1111111'1 be filled by a succession of I

of Chicago tries out a new of the storm It blew the hardest e:1)'plrt> ( guest stars.
model made of ivory plastic from the northeast. Intense Recommended weekend. view

-just band the, thing to dress upa for approximately 30 minutes. legs Dies Following Surgery

Local residents observed that of Tonight Bob Hope Theatre, -
r had this continued for a long! 11I: NBC, 8.30.9:30 lEaatern Day.', SANTA MONICA Calif (AP) U,. "Slut Stockings," "True
period of time, as Donna did, light Time) comedy-drama cole Porter one of the 80th Love" "110 In Love," "Wonder
Ar and much more damage would have ,I "Have Girls Will Travelwith century's great composers and bar; and "Doot Fence Me In."

been done to buildings. Hope Rhonda Fleming and lyricist, died Thursday night at Porter was born In Peru tad,
S jjjfjj The utilities went out, how- I Marilyn\ Maxwell" ; "Jack Benny a Santa Monica hospital wherehe June 9, UOJ -but soon left forth
back Program NBC, tiSO.10, with underwent kidney surgeryOct ever electricity was on
Mr. and Mrs James Stewart as IS. He was 71. Yale and Harvard
in the Copeland area by 10 guest Mars.Saturday.
Doctor said Porter "simply During World War I -before
The World p.m. Wednesday and In Everglades Olympic Games 1 I stmpd breathing They did the U.s. entry -- 'he joined the

by noon Thursday. Long I y4ov special NBC, 6-7 p,m. ,, not give an official cause of French Foreign Legion In Paris,
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS distance telephone service was ; e I t Sunday -"The Fantastic," death but said. Porter's general later won a commission In the
still out on Thursday howeverthe a a A NBC, 10.11 p.m., season p rs.'physical' condition even before French artillery and served at
LEOPOLDV1LI! the Congo Inter-County Telephone Co. micro of "Hall of Fame"series, he was admitted to the hospital the front as an officer.
%AP) The Congolese government is on the job. with Ricardo Montalban Bert Eept 12 for a routine checkup In Iflf he and Linda Lee
has appealed to Commu. The hurricane hit this area Lahr and Stanley HoUoway was poor. Thomas were married In Paris,

nlst-backed rebels not to carry at 4:30 p.m.. and by 8 p.m., ate I i iAk An infection from a kidney She was the daughter of a
.
out a threat to kill white ho* there was not a breath of air FFA To Spend stone flared up after h* was LouisvUl, Ky., banker William
tages In the eastern Congo. It admitted necessitating the P. Lee Porter's grandfather
In fact the sun show-
stirring. ,
said such an act would "bring operation 10. Cole, who found coal on Ms
shame upon the Congolese na. ed up for a few minutes for $5.26 Million On Only hl special nurse was at Virginia timberlands, left him
Hon." a beautiful sunset,even as Hurricane his ted.nlde when he stuped. $1 million.
The government said Thurs. Isbell roared on to the State's breathing Outctde the door Porter's legs were crushed in
day it had Intercepted a me*. north 1r1 AirportFORT were his chsuffeur and valet. a 1031 riding accident when a
sage from rebel Col. Opepe to r LAUDERDALE (A P. Porter was the aifhor of song horse fell and rolled cm Mm
Lt. Gen Nicholas Olenga lead. The Federal Aviation Agency hits such as NMght/ and Day" Downs of operations followed
er of the rebel army, asking WEATHERBy id,, announced Thursday that It stag musicals Including MKlss and finally, In 1858 Porter's
permission to slay whites In his t would spend $UG million on Ms Kate," and did the music right leg was smpdatd.
area. Florida airports this fiscal year and lyrics for such films as Ills wife died In 1934" They
Only sporadic reprisals have THE ASSOCIATED PRESS according to Sen Bpesiard HoU "High Society." had no children.
been reported so tar against the High Low Pr ,+ Ills was a familiar face in the Porter's last Broadway hits
more than 800 whites In the Albany, cloudy 71 40 #" land.Holland said the FAA live cafe society circles of Europe were "Can-Can" In ItSl and
rebel zone. They Include (0 Atlanta rain ? ? 3.iy I him this breakdown and the United Elate lie was "Silk Stockings' In tU Its
Americans. Albuquerque clear 78 47 Clewlaton $7,800j Coooa$58,. tats l1 ., made anoth.cf wrote the wards and music to
Rebel leaders have'Mid they BUpiarck. cloudy} 79 80 41 OAT FLEET from Tarpon Springs, anchored ,in nM'oll flit 01, came 000)) Crestvl I20.00Q Dayton fortune:: from a fiiHiloiuly "Aleditls,"' a' seas tolevlatooapectieultr.
are holding the whites as" host. Boise, cloudy 60 44 .01 safely through the storm Boat: rode out the hurricane in the turnaround Beach t32,000| DsMln ".Ooq| successful musical career, and : If* had been In
ages against attacks by the Con. Boston, cloudy 75 51 near Everglades fisheries in Barron Riv'rINOON Fort Lauderdale ExeeUIv Air. was the close friend of scores of retirement sine that time
golese air force, Chicago, clear 64 51 port .report Fort Lauderdal the world's celebrities.
i Cincinnati cloudy 14 47 General A lOOOOq Fort Porter's life was so uniformly Newspaper Fund
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -. Cleveland, cloudy 10 42 Halley Labels Myers Illl.OOOj O a.LodIa$80. successful that whets Hollywood
Unconfirmed reports say Cyprus Denver, clear 80 43 1' OOOj Mlartl International $848,. made a film of his \life -"Mgl !Honors Teachers
has received Its first deltv. Des Moines Education Costs and Day" starring Cary Grant '
clear'll 48 OOOj Pahokee IH.OOOj Panama Journalism
of Soviet military aid under Of
cry Detroit clear 13 43 City las.OOOj Albert WhlttedAlr. a* Porter In IM6 -script; writ
the agreement signed In Mo Fairbanks, cloudy 11 27 'An Investment' port In ft. Petersburg t33OOCt ers '1.1t a hard lime findingcrises NEW YORK (AP) Thsj
cow two weeks ago. Fort Worth, clear 18 50 Sarasot Manatee 287,000 In his life to sustain the Newspaper Fund today honored
The paper Teleftea Ora said TORONTO Canada (AP) It Journalism teacher and pubJllcatlon
Helena cloudy 51 40 .03 Tampa International 1482,000 Story line.Ills .
an undisclosed number of Soviet Honolulu clear 87 IS fne e Florida School Supt. Thomas intent 120,000<< Palm Deach In. hits were almost count advisers for their out.
torpedo boats have been taken Indianapolis, cloudy 16 41 Bailey labeled spending for pub. teroatlonal $888,000. l less. standing work during the 194344
over by Greek Cypriot crews Jacksonville, cloudy 70 58 .08 lIc education an Investment rath Among Ms otter known school year, Including two la
trained in Egypt.TORONTO Juneau, rain 48 42 er than a cost at an educational Holland said the FAA was ongsi "Detin The Beguine,'* Florid,
Kansas City clear 17 53 k seminar here withholding the allocation for "What I* This Thing Called Mr*. Ella C. 'Hoffman, jour.
(AP) Arrange.ments Los Angeles, cloudy 76 60 ( ewe \do nut yet know how the Jacksonville Airport until a Love," "In The Still Of The nail am and CnglUh teacher laRlvervtew
are being made for Chi. Louisville, cloudy 73 51 .Ni\vre great the cost will be," Bailey dispute over whether to move It Might. "IV Out You Under High Schoolaraao..

fleas Communist students to. Memphis, cloudy 60 51 ijYATf P said "But It will certainly In. From Its present site I* settled My Sloe," "My Heart Belong la, received a 1500 award. i
attend the Untverttty of Toron.to.
Bla.sell Miami, loudy 87 71 cms u we more ahead Into To Daddy," "You Do Something Charles R. McCreigttf cf Palm
.says President Claude Milwaukee, clear\ 71 40 new and more amtitlous pro), To Me," "You'd He So NIC To Beach Junior Colin, L a k e
They wUl be the first from Mpl.J5t.P., clear 74 UN.w Ill" RUBBER STAMPS-MI 2-2107 I Com Horn To." "1 Love Par. Worth received a $100 award.
Red China to attend a Canadian r He said education official
Orleans, clear 11 54
university. New York, cloudy 16 54 must find a way to convince the
Bissell told an interviewerthat Okla. City clear 73 50 pl the students may arrive cation substantial .
pay monetarJ'
clear 76 53
this school year. He said he had Omaha Philadelphia cloudy 73 41 returns not only to the In.dividual Pre Clearance
answered a letter from a Chi. Phoenix, cloudy 86 67 .02 but also to the entire lnventory
nese official whether theunlv.rslty "
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Of Breaks; Won Series Quits Post


ST LOUIS (AP) The New I'on. while the Cards got the AP
York Yankees hit most at the timely hue and took advantage PftoTC
home runs. The Si. LouU Card' of the enemy' lapse x With Cards
isle got most of the timely hit*. On the other hand the Yankee i
The Yankees made mistakes.The failed to score In the first
Cardinale took advantage of five Inning although they had Keane ST. LeVI resigned(AP as) manager- Johnny of . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .

the breaks five base-runners against Oib* the world champion St. Louis
The Anerican League chant ,on. They failed to take advan Cardinals, the Associated Press 6 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS Nipln, Fl." Fr d.y, October 16, I"*.*.
ploni lost their pitching ace tap of an error by >shortstop learned today
Whltiy Ford after the firstgame Dick Groat that filled the base* In a letter which was to be

with an arm Injury that In the second handed to August Busch, presUdent Yankees Meet
was kept secret until the final Mel Etottlemyre, the young of the Cards, and written
Kam. The Cardinal pitching ( right-hander, also work. Sept. 28, Keane said:
ice, Bob Gibson performed log with just two day rest, kept "This Is to submit my rcslg Press Just As
brilliantly In an Iroiwnan role. pace with Gibson for three Innings. W. \ nation a* field manager of the
This, in I nutshell, It why the In the fourth however, : St. Louis Cardinals effective as If Wi'hK:
Cardinal are the champion of he was betrayed by a teammateand of the last championship Nation. They'd WonBy

baseball today after having won the Cardinal quickly took at League game, whether it be
PENDERGAST
the seventh and final game at advantage to pile up a t-0 lead. the end of the regular season or TOM
the World Series from the Van rere were runner* on first: at the end of the World Series. Louis ST. Cardinal LOUIS (AP celebrated) The their St.

kees. an with nobody outwhen "I want to know I
you that
This 1 I. why the Cardinal McCarver hit a potential Jlei; have enjoyed working for you first Wprld Series championshipin
IS with champagne and
maintained their unblemished double-play grounder to Joe p. since you have owned the Card. years By JACK HAND
record of never having lost a Pipit on.. The first baseman'* nils, as well as the many years sweat Thursday and the New Associated Press Sports Writer
full4 ngth World B.heeItwas throw to line forced Groat but I spent within the' organization York Yankee met the press Green Bay faces Its flcht for
their Mil such! ..ri.* victory, the shortstop's relay sailed past prior to that time. like winners. survival In the Western Confer

their seventh In 10 poeUseason Pepltone and Boyer scored on THE SEASON C H A N G ES Meta manager Casey Sttng.l ,m.t.t.se "I regret very much the ne. "What" are my plan for the' once of the National Football
More? mused Cardinal Man.
classics and their third In five the error and ? ? to League Sunday when Vince
"SIIIIt" th tna of the baseball .e..on al She BUtfium. With. Mm ceaslty of this decision, espe.
Bill whose 1 I
heaoVoJiead meeting wltb the Mike Shannon followed ire Nikoe l I.ft. ager Johnny Keane jot Lombardl takes his Packers to
with the close rela.
a dally
prank Mo',,' of the Merchant Mar'n.' Academy which severing
end w' '''I play Colgate had been reported In jeopardy
Yankee single and there were runner* IIllh. bait perk date I have had with so many |' Baltimore where the Colts have
And how the victorious Cardl. on first and third with one out. --- of the Cardinal personnel. toward the end of the Cards'surprising been chewing up all opposition.

nail and the nar-capaclty Then came the play that "I also wish to express my season. "Right now t 1 After last w.ek'.406.1record.
crowd of 30,341 at Busch Etadl. proved to be the turning I just want to keep my futuri 1 I the batting average shrunk to
point of gratitude to the city of 81. Louis ,
um whooped It up after Gibson the game. With Maxvlll at bat, School Girl 15 Smashes What's Speed? and to the St. Louis people for limited this afternoon to the 1. 3CL20-I for the season( 8oU0310
had ended the game by dlipo the Cards successfully pulled off being so kind to m* and my sight of my ball player enjoy' the NFL and 126.1 in the AFL>

fog of Bobby Richardson on aloft a double steal, McCarver scor. Ass| Breedlove family for so many year, and ing all this Here goes again (All games
DOCUP to second baseman ing. A pair of errant throws to the Cardinal player who "Gibson surprised us with his Sunday afternoon unless other
Maxvlll. made the daring play work. It' have been so loyal and to whom stamina," Yogi said. "He had wise noted)
After the game, horn toot also put Shannon in position to World Swimming RecordTOKYO I After 539.9 mpl h 11 am deeply indebted for a full that good fast ball" NFL
ed, partisan St. Louis rooters score the third run on a single BONNEVILLE effort 100 per cent of the time. "They're a fine ball dub,'5 Green Bay 20 Baltimore 17-
SALT
shouted themselves hoarse and by Maxvlll. FLATS, "1 resign my position only added Mickey Mantle, whose Colh ground game In high gear
hundred poured out on the field "1 didn't see McCarver break (AP)-Sharo' Gtou. Los Altos, Calif., also broke the die Utah" (AP) "What a way to with the friendliest of: feelings three.run homer In the sixth cut but they will have problems

a* the deliriously.happy whit. for the plate," Richardson later dar, lS.year.old Calif schoolgirl smashed from world record winning In 3tS3.4before a* ,his Craig Jtt- owlrld Breedlove thought headed and wish nothing but eucceesto the Cards' lead to 6J. containing rushing attack of
uniformed player jumped allover ex lalned. "If I'd seen him, I Glendora ? an. a packed house that In. for car you and your fine Cardinalteam. "Gibson pitched Ms heart out Paul Hornung. Could be a field
other world a
collectedher crash
each other. would have moved in 10 feet in record eluded Emperor Hirohlto. after reaching a ." for us," said Keene, the 53year. goal game. Look for Colt let.
The player embraced Gib front of the bag and McCarver led third Olympl medal and In all, nine world swimming speed But of he 839.9 didn't miles per hour. Then it was signed'respect old Cardinal skipper whose down with second game In six
the United die.
son, who had literally pitched would have been out by 10 tea e another States forcesthrough records have been broken and even hurt. He warn 7 fully, Johnny Kung" greying hair streamed with days.
his arm off with only two days Oddly enough as Manager' day of highly one tied and the powerful U.s. Hi champagne Detroit 20, Chicago 14 Lion
rest They hugged Manager Keane disclosed later a double productive competition in the swimming team has collected 14 car finally slowed down "He got us a real good start defense to contain Bill Wade's
Johnny Keane, who finally had steal had not been Intended Olympic Game Friday. medals, Including Uoid.C.wIIY and nosed into a salt water poolon MinarichYlnner and tha's why I left him In- passing while Detroit grinds out
won a world eerie after 27 "1 started out as a hit-and. The United State added four a 34.year.old gradu. the western Utah) salt fiats when I saw how strong he victory in a tlglit one Bears will
years of managing. They run and ended in a double gold medal and eight overallto ate student at Southern Callfor.nla Thursday. In Blind Bogey going and how courageously she be tough after getting back on
"I'm all
hugged Ken Boyer whose big steal," said Keane. Its growing col cotton of who had been bothered by a the right baby what's was throwing" win path with Mike Pyle and
bat had been Instrumental all In the seven games the Yan. Olympic hardware and now leg ailment, had his troubles speed? At The MooringsAbout Gibson who was named the Larry Morris due back.
three run.scorlng Inning They tees homered the Cardinals lead with 42 It gold, 11 ill. before winning the 400-meter Those were his word to the 20 players participated Series' most outstanding player Cleveland 34, Dallas 14 -

hugged Maxvlll the utility in. 10 to five but also outerror4, ver and IS bronte. Russia has27 hurdles In 49.8 first after he person who reached him in the blind! boll/ golf tourney because of hi4 2.1 record said: Cowboys In trouble with Don
I 7 silver climbed out of
gold 11
and his
fielder who had done such a fine them, nine to three. In addition The bronze. He had rough footing on the and got to land. car staged yesterday at The Moor. "It's nice to know I set a Perkins out of action but loss of
Job ruling in for the ailing Jull. they had several other mentalapses other U.S. gold mldalwliln.rt first seven hurdles, then Ins dry togs and Nick Mlnarlch. com. World Series strikeout record Ross Flchtner and possibly
an Javier such as- Mantle being were hurdler Rex Caw. finally found his form and that speed was 639.90m p.h.on biting accurate shoot Ing with a bl 1 but I'd father have the money." Frank Parker weakens Brown
lay run.
They hugged catcher Timmy caught off base, who was so excited he for. pulled away from the opposl. of luck In the draw, Popped first Perspiration poured from his defense Jimmy Brown due for
McCarver the Cards' most con. got the pain in his legs; Wyomla lion, marking the sixth straight During his first run he wasclocked place honors. face, as It did most of the Cardnalel 1. a big one.

alstent and outstanding hitter In ro"w.n''tor: : record holder time an American has won the which at ':. The average' Mlnarlch with all his winnings In their steamy dressingroom New York 21, Philadelphia 14
speed in the
the serle*. They hugged Butch Prep Football supposed to win, event. ords rec. at golf has been tabbed "The after the 7$ victory One more stab at Y.A. Tittle
and the was 528.28
Yatkeman, the little clubhouse men's 400.meter med. While the track and field and The 28.yeax.old Callfornian m. p. h. Thief of Bagdad" a title con. "1 thought my stuff was faster who can't keep missing forever.
man, who has been with Cross City 19, ChlefiandO Icy relay swimming team swimming teams moved merrt. thus became the first tarred upon him by his golf. st the end than It was at the Minnesota 24, Pittsburgh 21-
the club longer than anybodyelse Lake Butler 47, Greenville Mill But the star of the show was ly along, however, the unbeaten drive a car over 800 m.p.h.man t< Ing partners at The Moorings start," Gibson said. "The pit ch. Tommy Mason returns to full
They hugged each other. Branford 7, Jennings 8 who Stouder a S.foot.8 blonde American basketball team had Us three-wheeled vehicle is Other winners in yesterday's es the Yanks hit for homer in time duty and Vikings start

It was the biggest day the cityof Coral Gables 34, Pompano School attends Glendora High a scare.n.rat: United Stateswhich considered a special in the In. outing included B. W. War. the ninth inning were good fast rolling again despite Buddy
St. Louis has enjoyed since Beach 1 since the sportwas tematlonal rtngton In second place, and a balls. Parker's new defensive setup.
motorcycle
class.
they last won a pennant and a North Miami 7, Fort Lauder. The men' 400.meter medley introduced to the Games In The of International three-way tie for third honors The Cards had a 7.3 lead with St. Louis 27, Washington 17Cadlnals -
world eerie which was dale Stranahan 7 relay team, composed of IU8. appeared to be feeling the Or'Trr Involving Doc Loach, Gus Sea one out In the ninth. could be ripe for an
require four
wrapped up in Thursday' fi(. Lake Worth 7, Vero Beach 6 Thompson Mann of Chesapeake pressure of the 43.game winning wheel berg and Frank Purcell. Then Clete Boyer hammereda upset. after that pummeling they
1 nale. A* before the Yankee hit Orlando Colonial tl, Orlando Va., Dill Craig of Glendale, string and was hard-pressed And threa some debate Christopher' Johnson, who is fast ball into the left field got In Baltimore Monday
! more homer, made more er. Bishop Moore 7 Calif., Fred Schmidt of North. before pulling out a 69.61 decl. the Jet-powered cars on counted among the hoU-ln-one bleachers. Gibson fanned pinch. Los Angeles 20,ban'rsnclsco
I It"u..iA brook Dl., and Steve Clark of stun over Yunorlavta.ararr. because the engines do not anyway drive, shooters at The Moorings, came hitter John Blanchard ex. 17-Two improved clubs fight.

......_. ; 111"" L ..b.. t ., II U. .._ _. .!;;? arrrr..rr rr. the wheels directly with a drive up with a !.purt..r"IIb04 ye*. pand on a Series strikeout ing for sunlight In the Western
,
record thai 'Ud:sttw1 Joe $1. .
.. haft. terday, .< faming" number leven Division.... '
-but Phil tins *
But technicalities...-tl.Bree.Hove's green in perfect alignment\ of years ; usually a AFL
Spirit of the pin the ball taking a couple light hitter smashed another Boston 24
America is the fast ball to left for the Oakland 13 (Friday
Fastest land vehicle on wheels of short hops, hitting the pin Inning's2nd night) Pats to bounce bacL

f'OES 'YOU 'PRINTIN.G and he's the fastest driver on and bouncing back barely Inches homer from first defeat by Chargers A, ,
i wheels. from the cup. with enough to handle winless

Series Facts Raiders who are still groping
I for the answers

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSW. New York 21, Houston 17 (Sat.
0'L L. Pet. unlay night) Improved Jets'
'It St. Louis (N) 4 3 .571 defense makes return of Sammy
New York (A) 3 4 .429 Baugh an unhappy visit Jets
First Game coming off a big win over Oak.
New York 030 010 010 S 12 2 land and Olsen off 48.17 bomb.
a. Louis 110 004 03x-I 12 0 lug by Buffalo.

ford Downing (I), Sheldon Buffalo 24, Kansas City 21 _
ffl and Howard; Sadeckl, Th. Bills have won five In a row
t Schultz ft) and McCarver. W_ and handled the Chiefs In their
CONTINUeil t Sadeckl. L-Ford. last meeting

fir. Home runs New York, San Diego 28, Denver 17 _
Trash St. Louis, Shannon. The Charger finally have their
Second Game offense healthy That should be
New York 000 101 204-4 12 0 enough to end Mac bpeedie'son
St. LouU 001 000 011-3 7 0 ame winning streak as
Stottlemyre and Howard; Gib. new coach of the Drones.

son, Sohulti (9)), Richardson
(9), Craig (I) and McCarver. Dick Sikes Leads
W Stottlemyre. L-Gibson.
I Home run-Mew York, Lint. Pack In $70,000

St. Louis 000 Third 010 Game 000-1 6 0 Sahara Tourney

I l 4)t New York 010 000 001-3 S 2 LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -
Simmons, Schultt (9)) and Mc. Young Dirk Slime was at the top
Carver) Bouton and Howard.W of the pack today In the $70,000

SELL t r' r Bouton L Schultt. Sahara Invitational Golf Tour.
0 r Home run-flew York Man. nament after setting a course
tie. record.

't e .' Fourth Game He shot a nlne.under.par (2
.... '. St. Louis 000 004 000 4 6 1 Thursday, two stroke under the
f New YorkSOO 000 000-3 6 1 record set last year by Bob
J 4 n Sadeckl Craig (1), Taylor (S) Harrison, In the opening round.

.I '' and McCarver Downing, Mlk.kelsen The course measures 7,069
It (7). Terry Mend) Howard. yards with a par 36.31-71.
\ ', : .K ,. Home run A. Louis, Boyer As the second round
1 ::;"') began
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020 000 3- S 10 I were three strokes back of
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Ro ndup GAINESVILLE (AP>- riort.

da' put defense, belt In the

nation wUl (wt III toughest. tto joq

the Oatora meet
tnldher) key SEC game Satur. far When
South Carolina Saturday after
day pits Alabama against Teo.

flosses at Knoxville. The Crlm. noon here
CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS --- Although South Carolina hat
ton Tide 1* favored even though
yet to win in four games, It has
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quarterback Joe Namath 1* on ,1 Mdmi/2-2l07
collet football's fourth belt .
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ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERSSMITTY'S in Dan Reevet. The
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MocKonlc I Rood Service fMIl7ILL !II( II< H."", I Ft My.., PIa
0rbr also, DON'S ton to meet George Two other darters areeuect.ad AND WILLIAM ft ED ) Firth Ave .eMI
L.on.IIllor Mft on duty w.lllnqNepb. Washington. to little AKCMITCCta. lift MCO..o I HIM I I3Io.t..Motofi ) Mil > 3401 2 111
LIGGETT REXALL The condition of quarterbackPat Me action, fullback oultv.fO Fort M. ..r*. "lor Id* A

SWpIng Confer 2.y111060 North Troll MI 2 3817 Screen remained' a big Larry Dupree, who has the flu, .._..1 ol J* 00 .. .."u...,. for o*.n Acct.tiirin :round.04oom uitturmahed eM bath IIM year per
.. ..
lirtl .*l *l 0.. .. end ."*. '
and .
question for McClendon. The TI. tackle John Mistily who tioni. i,u.ued to IK* Otntr.l Contractor month Walk nt 4 Sarteu Keel
CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR has a knee Injury. Cktelii Idtll bee.d. ,.,. Uern. ,Iwl 4' 11 tarn t ruNr. Ina. 01'' 'IU "II It
caller his
signal Injured I Full ll.
ger full' (> y and m*
able lo the' Architoctl Tho
right knee against North Caro Coach Ray Crave has ahuf. ,mount eIM' ..poit will b. ro i'i'n, Mad Jutl purchaaed July -WanUdToR.nl

JERRY'SDRY JAECER INSURANCE V "9 Una and bas been undergoing fled Ma squad and plans to re .turn** ./ Drawing ."* tpocirtcatiemro mo 1911 I "In i* back oiler north JJ heurt Quit Owner tale

. treatment all week place the starters with three ..d rolurnae aondilioo to, withm tria ArcMKta It lays olIKo lr' I1*.JO Cute ov.t, I Pur Navy N.hree nber tArh
CLEANING t} UY'.ONI""P..INT. I ,,1.,1 th,0 Item dealer And I M.a Ito Colbp" Oi.ualI Dmre.
____aoaaBHmll sophomores, fullback John FU dais aat for opamnf, of bicla I:
Alabama down the .
} holding I I. Sw. N Small
ONE > that nthYn prml
DAY gauge pun
AUTQ-MOMS" ONIM.FIXE C or full asst LrJ \ her and tackles Jackson A copy of trio Plans end apooifiaot f; 'I .. ....
'I. v* third spot In the national rank. Randy > ba ..mii, .d trao of h dole and cat Portent 1 A" '" Mar oiler Ymrlyb.
ona
SERVICE, h\ / NAPLES |'HO*>PINO, CtNTiaj 'o.H.oIA /. + jp.ja and way .HO Ml Mill tile I P M ... "$
Ings, will be going far victoryNo. Jim Ben ion. criara at the oftica, ., the ",.hl lll'U ItSBuilnesa CNN. :: 7nl"H': ; :; In Wim
NOR," TRAIL MI" 1IIO.OUAAANTIID I In addition to the ailment problem tacit ...11I 1./1. 1,
842 6th An., So. MI. 2-7390 S again Tennessee. and Earn *id mutt ba accampanlo eyo
lit llflAro to MT t H0t Coach Paul Bryant has warnedhis Graves la also worried Carlftd Cl> ck Castoffs Chackor Opps.WAMIU .
about moral He warned the *... lend oicutad by Ire, IaLr. 53-ll.ting. Wanted
that the Volunteer
player and auroly Corrpany licaniad. to d'uamota
quad repeatedly about overcon. : Florida M auml .u.lle
in p a
are the hardest hitting t.amth.y've We near I alingt' for nur new
this fldenc after last week's upset fiva' oor Imf (II) el Jd.mountI QllnI.t.d)., party le tlart own *tti.* In N.plee: thopp.ng ten;
played year. the fatal *id. Tha la raulrad .. .
Cuun. Wilt or wilnout" cip. tar Let ale ou.r lull I"me
JJt'"lio" Steve who already has over Mlaalaalppl.Cravea at t fuaranlao IXal, 1IM Insnmt. .,ililiodooaile
Sloan
efcperienfie neceitaryI Welt mperiitiiced nO ot
dllw"'J. YOU CAN t'J1."l .... ,... Contract will boontarad
ADVERTISE bid
Youl. himself quarter. said he la alto con. it l hive lerabuddma, m a edIndbu inapecl yrnii praperlyDel
proven u a
Into and the porlormantaol ., with "0"0 lodiyt: nand v due No
THE COlliER COUNTY NEWS IN THIS SPACE Tw back, will take over for Namath earned about the aloe of tile it property tecured. Tha auacottlul ire..a ulto living eimrlortWhat Aligiliaii. Fill Coiirtaaut .<..*

.ken m.H9 ,....h.. from CALL MI m.nlls.in9 against Tennessee. South Carolina t.am. which av. *iddr will, ba required to one have your W,..la hill, ... Otrpeitdibl.* Ju.l r.li
2-2107 end,
auto p Parformenca ( covering .
COLLIn COUNTY lailt l'ollt. County Newt P
THE NEWS .
Nt.s adwrtbw. He tI I In.rm.db The status of Auburn quarter .rag** S29 pound on the line end Inctudino, : oil l.br and materlala O Ben Ill Ai> $7711 Attec .net
l.ewieg .bout your r.tpo.N.. fOR DETAILS Out .lIworti,... th.... yw toil' and Jut over 100 pound In the The ....fo.....".. lend tfiall Phil.. N Keye rliictj' Olti' ,,
back Jimmy Sidle 1* still In .. written. ,In the amount of one enl: ::d party 1011i over prMp.1 ROBERT N JAEGER
doubt, but without him the backfleld. hundred per cent (100% tl the Contract n bu.ne. OpprlYe.ty,
Gamecock PricePropoaal tlart. >in.ii and grew 'large Meg Kt .nlk.rNiiii
quarterback Reeve
Plainsmen will find themselves 1 forma mull bo properly Writ. J T Oraber Maine el l .t thmmno rn T.I j mi
playing the role of th* underdog pasted for 140 yarda against N*. tilled out .Mo e/iialifyln* lo".' ortlntamentt .00.' ton.'In apnngt or CollWy

..... ... ....,... . to the unbeaten YtUow Jackets brash while his team tort 2M. emcee will MAY be aenidrdNO WITHDRAW' Aplo ; trot It/U II12Hlp ST-HoMM For Sal

of Georgia Tech. If Sidle goes, South Carolina also loot to Mary. examined for a ported pi tMrt* Wanted
land 24-e and battled to tits with 110) devt tier the dale eel for "IPANNINQ. NIW"
the tame 1* rated a toasup. .....ne ol .uch ftirti tilts atre.t NNIS r
>" '\' 6" Duke ..a. and Georgia 7.7. tI. OWNS RiiiPivia THE ow. Ac[.p" na Ap Ilt.ldnt: t bVpatio>.J 1 bath ham. mitersd

':? a T Florida has yielded only ".5 tlQMT te ralocl anyandall 1 Saletmen Meho..us-.Saul Oarage 4 utility room
Sidi, and. t. wtlve InformeliVettherein keeper el otir lempore'ii e'l.ceel Drive. by the lovely, home and
3 Backs aerial yard a game In beating l" Ninth tt N. Naples, call for an appointment today

Injured Southern Methodist Mississippi tro Chairmeneerd 0, CHiCKiniNa. PI l* NOSING 00001 CO/1 The Price', til tftt w.ih term

Slat and Asses.alto
Mississippi The Ga. of Public .IntlruCtienCollier

Return Boosts ton are also ninth beat In over County, florid/ 3-Htp Want. Female Lucille Oltt Wright Virpil MercumNoblo
; all defense 0.1.1.. .. It, IH4 .JM
averaging I Jl yard*.
Wet ... wanted .1 i.ren.1
Th Gator also have a potent IN TH( eOI't.Hlt&IIVgp/ COURT MI ; NH.Wart DEWEY POLLY

Hurricane HopesMIAMI balanced offense. Tom Shannon
COU'Ic! &..OltIDAH" wanted Apply in per
., and Steve Spurrier at quarterback IN o>:> n'tl a.. Dada 1.It'll:. Maiall. REALTY

(AP>-The return to can run and paaa, and Jack Ml '01f4 If
action of three Injured back I IN ft I STAIn OfTO lady Iwr marking m end checking dee Dewey Petty'. Wearier
Harper constant threat
on JOHN M IHV/UI. out laundry Paid vacation. Corner I. Ave No and
raises the hopes of the Miami kickoff and pimt return. D ICrAtEMANOt. and holiday Apply in parton T."'....., Trail
Hurricanes for their first foot A lNAV' CLAIMSNON*>rW it Pralhert .: laundry Ml I lilt
sown I It/l/ t/
..... -
ball victory of the season AOAINIT. SAID taTAff .ll U'A" .

against Pittsburgh Saturday You and each ol you are t'reby 14-H.'tp Wanted Male I tlry Ct rlmml large home vale Ni AM. *
nolilied and require* te pre..nl pity t'r: : pr
i night In the Orange Bowl. Working leimi and etmendt which yew. O' led t.I P,1.
Georgia
4rh .. .. .
Ranted Mtrro lalitnii Irm itl' 5 na law.I
either ol mey have aaalnithe by .
But of the returnees full.beck you ,
on*
4 MO,
St ice down Ow.vIttM
,,, .
of John M ..'''v'II..o :-CJI.
I Pete Banaaxak, must win aaeied. late ol Collier c..."t?. to fovl"pmeflt Curpoiattn Ave Norm Mle ,
trF! INi his Job back from an unsung Overtime To Try the Ceunly! Judge ff Collier 1 Ccynl., ban far 'venerMl, tale' JI.Uitr 'JII pt tm amen ..
Plo' "0. el hia St"ice 'In the CourlHouto than average hourly operate Illt1
sophomor who moved Into the el tt'd eounty at til Illh' It NurlhNW

\; gap to star In last "'...'* 9.7 Florid, wilhin .15! (I) eblennr rtUt Call Midway 2-0207 f J ben r,, *
To FSU montht from the lima. pf the finl blithe :"IIr
.1 Conquer
loraee. kilchi, ? UI I
J I
MI 2TUI: 10.G
R ;. I'r_ loaa to California. piblialia. .i of thit Mlle' rioted be. .r ( ,_ ..._.. prth CI.
1 Fred Cuddy, a third It rin,. ATHENS Oe AP lew Two coeiee of each elaim ordamend N.e/ 0. A.. r oro 11'.'. 'lOCI
( ) The thtll be In writing. and then _.
;! "
? a er who exploded for 127 yard University of Georgia coaching side the pltce el retid,nte end poet 16-H.lp Avsilable .,11I 'lion Nc/udidN
.' California and scored nflic, addrete of the cliimeni ond
fIi: / against staff has been working overtime hall be seem I* by the claimant.lnl To.......' try .. ....".1 _..._ VINCE CONUOYHOHMI
-;.. Miami' first touchdown of the this week It I* trying to com or oiterney an* acee.pnejby ten yen, .., aliening, or IMIpmn.lrta .
.. <....... .', year on a Z5-yard sweep off the with defense 0 Ming, fa ol one III dollar, and gill' Co'I.' 01eiperieno .. It' 1150 Au: P.rSe.p
'fA' .. 1 up a to Mcp tenth such claim or man* ate ao Mod Phono f IMlaI MI. 5111Twrvo
_. ..... "'" option, enough to more him ranked Florida State-. learn still i becema "void .., ." lo :lewINtI 1121lost :; ; ; -
., ,
''''L'"1 ,,,
'
', '. an uii >
1 rtf)0IA g
tilt No. IINVILIIAdminiuralrie
ahead of Banaauk
aa
"" ...."'"f;.'";" '\ ","......."?. '/,. ,"' which has oulacored II* ortxm at the Eataia "lirgi lOll an tin.l 1 *.'d.M',.
"" I' =:: Ii .."" ; fullback. arts itS to 6 la four lam**. ON0110TY:M linvilie' dct..*d 11 Found'D.Meier lit I, bAh, :: r l. w.l.r < ;'''. iv
'Jo Tuil O.l l ,
< r";: ...... __ I_ Sfti.Jt:: "': Also back after missing moat rw people look Florida State lor Adminitlrdriaol TAVLOWAllornavt 4 a eMs os', IMn,, pleb. *" roll" I'... ..' *"
-
of the Mason' action I* Russell seriously until the Seminal Gnu ol boob. Late on tats ,?I ikll, > lor urtgli ',JT..,!?.,? ,

lUCKETY-CLACK KLICKITAT -One of the last team engines In daily Smith, who was conalderd tilt John M Llnville, .*ecaata* tide of Tr*"I best ouerler ef Mr. rinlll prepirly I,'imil I. ,. .
FINAL ( handed then fifth ranked Ken. Col Centre! Avenue mile taunt el P,.. l.,," tool. .....!., ". ubiu i, ,,.., f?: :
M'rice in the L S. has been retired. It la No 7. operated by the Klickitat Log and Lum Hurricanes' test running pro, trek a mtrdlet 48 to beatlnc ,,! 0 5.a lot m If found return tee I. *. Lich '...m.. d., lee gel

Goldendale and Kltckitat! Waih Known and loved by rail fan over pect In 10 year until be was last Napla, Florida. '1\.lo".I\ '., founly New, .> en r..U" r Dowd il
between Saturday ai
Co. Tallahassee.
ber ,.... 11 IMI three' Mr*.l 1n, I Ijll
0. I l 14. II ... test fill. ,rehm t Atlanta alien er 4.
the country. No 7 is a Shay locomotive of unusual geared: design built In Lima. Ohio in hobbled by lee ailment For those with a short mem Call Wy f 1111) Cetlecl /prl "' ,... rol Itill

1929. For such a celebrity the future involves no scrap heap. It probably will be> preserved Halfback Jack Sims, whose 1.!, cry the Builder opened th.**.. Cotter rte Sole, .y Owner +

in a Klickitat park for the benefit of sightseer The railroad right-ot.way will be back was hurt on the third play son with II to I lot to Ala. The Dome and 'reth Water Pith 1 l.rm Florida room
CommittiM of the ttele ol 'tende, 23-Mlt<. For Sale 1 bel' 11 houto el Ml .INN bfNe
made into a roadway for diesel trucks. of tilt Georgia Tech game and saw btma. Florida Side alto can be> under and by virtue ef the, pe..rend ..... dawn peymerH to*
action against California, gees< compared to Alabama deferu "''' under (actionIt hi if' laTpitliean.ng prob lri per morrib. lo ejueNliee)
.o.-'r.J"' : I of the' ContMuiionof lem .....11 UN slue luolro .buyer Call Deb NAMI. test
back Into the lineup to put the .lvlri= U has given up a total ('' ""'0. a* ....."" .* wall to wen M..., 0""ehwlri area days. ./..a f, S. If
Miami backfield In it* best of only ee> yard In rolling to on* retilied b> the voter of Her.aeon hemiHMer 'I l H." .. Furniture
of the Mason. November I. 14), end Nuet andlepulotictne I *......" J bilk. Dos Oar ,
btma Inrade alwajr4oufti FSU Won't Let shape four straight triumphs.If ef Ihe Committonplena .aelr u, ... 11 ,IM,, 't'J.t ... f Tun Air ton>l_( one
Tennessee without star quarter. Freshman Coach Fran Curd, Georgia I* to atop ,. aeleblith aa t WiMlil fief pent *n.le< white battround pith wether Furmthod or ..
back Joe Namath who received who scouted Pitt against West the FSU attack tt will have lo use for en indefinite period of l.meIhe with lulled back T cuenrontW turnithed. lit Me lit |tt'S AvoSilot
CollegeFootball following dateribed area in leI; iCIll M P1. /b/1 ",. If
twitted knee Down In Virginia, reported that the way top quarterback Steve Twist II lier County PreridoCenbbee
a aftlntt North Georgia Garden an* Adietant New II....'... ....1 Wall Oie.
to step tile Panther 1* to stop tack of the week" For Sale
Carolina Stat. for his *f. lend totoHing M a'rat more or fNel I P M If/I HQlatt *

Louisiana State, Just be. quarterback Fred Maxurek fort against Kentucky, and low ; tnewer ."' ._,., lor I

(lnnln( to find the end con with Game Peterson "When" he's In the game, they flankcrtack Fred Blltnlkoff. Notice It will hereby tad given o publi thai the Hearing fernmiM.on ft fob Ml, I tot lll l MALtOMOLItt COMMtMCIAt. Airport. ..Hd lot a oo reiedonioA ......

Its new flanker often**, roe TALLAHAMfB.lt (AP) "If score, Curd ald. "When he rill Mopped Georgia J.O In on live SIN day of Noveiober A if IHaltrone* r 1Prot.
lanf they don'. He I* 70 per ,lest el Tempo el t tt a m .'alack 1 26-.r..n.1 llM*
IMI and l.oln 1961.
against a Kentucky team out to Georgia win, it will htvtob Theteams relative lo clo>ng the ..... de Attoaiatealuaill ,

prove It can bounce back!: from bee tut* It* better than w* are," cent of their offcnM."Dspll did not play ltd year. tenbe area I* Hunting end f i s''ng AhiONTMOUlMa ., On V rgH 1 Marf,,m
Mtiurek's tremerw fertont iMereeted may appeer, in or women drinemgreoUmt
tbe Tallahaaa murder. aid Coach BUI Peterson of bl.natlonall.nnlled Georgia again will build Its pert** *> 'by CfI"i'enA Ate N, help by taning Mobl Wnghl
Florida bas a ncncoofcrmc: Florida State anus ability Pitt hasn't Jelled chances for rlctory around ahardJiUtlnf i rnNA ApNI/N.; ; Ml, I SlIt Wititert lord"tHy
offensively. They htvent been .. ..'.0.... Meetmgt. MI *iret DEWEY; POLLYHEALT
date with South Carolina line The
Arkansas has readied I hot.til .,, University foUball tam Bulldogs ,Mme and. fraab iwaior ........ thurth: Annea M tint
Marshall Plan for Texas rifih.ranked Michigan draws "Th tam has a (rat am. making the big play. But the bar been underdogs In every *** C.",_*_ at Im Ave Ovary Tvet andn't ?
iother teams didn't top them. tilt Oat IL Iti =m '. .... ..i *i t t* p M
and Phil Harris, leader of the the Big Tees beet defensive tude this year," h* contInued (sane .* played so far 1M a

nation's lop-ranked football; club, Purdue, In on* of several ''W. wont let down Saturday They Mopped themselves with hay bad aceptlonal *uccs totter o* iNTfNTtON' rof 36-Wtnled T. Buy COO Oewoy .Polly, HeeHor

band. major battle. Defending champ Paterson was sur loth ranked mistake. They could be 4.0 Instead against each opponent except >ia>ll* riCTItlOtl NAMl t."*., IM Avo No and

South-wet Conference *uprmtey ., Qllnoi, flgtitlnf for wrylval lath ply would play> a* hard* po*. of 1.2. Alabama, The*..public..... i* informed lo' "LU.h.l"el Iheuner Void p'..up lru ,* scold Tamiemi MI. l OM Trail
htvent changed their propote Good CMdl.e1 l turn man Pp
and the Unshorn Ikam race, take on Mlnneeot<< albl against Georgia In Athens "They The game Is Trtri to tt. INIe..i t'l4em aims under Inn poem Meir. <..'..r
( wlnnlnc trak are amonf and surprising low invtde H* all but promised> an eitUlnjgm attack la four year They aim. rut more than 10,000 Include prt.MnPlod.: .MAfucar Jateeoe0 II lilt II 59-A
the stakes In the collision of Wisconsin. *. P. r c hoi oCIeat l r ply wan you, 'her w* come/ Iff President Jnluisdi's daufti.tor The type tt bvemet lo b* ongt***

unbeaten at Auotln, Tex. Cat.urdaynlcht. The*) other (am*. Involve and her they com, blowing Lad Daises. KJekoff urns Is in it grocery buir, .s an* a'' '0 JS-Av-tc-t For Sale Our OF TATt owlet
Georgia 1* In the *am* potttUM out of their said ,leted >nieMal endeevot ..or...aithereto Need money Mv, tecli a 4*
people way, I .
eonferenc ladi set for p. m.Money rum oar g Cypreee O ,1.* totaled f .. C
'!U was verg'eaee Due Pine Mat r> ee n
FSU as ....
for the game Curd. ,, ... City on* iletoh
If the elehth.ral Razor. Atlantic Coast -North Caro. lend The e nr p of ese t""YO' lIlLt1 '11150'tyqi.ec. .
flfth.ran.ed Ken. .... ghway novr under <*ni *<.
bo
the warned la Med .a 001,0/
back. bop** for a major teat Bas Slat at Duke. facing The Panther were fNMN' I* tt* and. Oil OJ' ::':_. is Joe" pro lie l ben Poet poteMiel only sate
art to be realized quarterbackFreddie Southern Wt Virginia at tucll,. Kentucky had Jutt lop- against being lulled by Miami's 51110N. -N% r"lt'S'd I.." Mh at ear awe
two Southeasteni Confer- N I .f NtON. I' .lh A". d .11"i AttoeieletPh
pled U4 record and to xpct a 1.1I1f
Marshall the ..,. Vlrlala Ttchj Citadel at WU. Looks 041.1 *INONTOM Para l I hi Heyet Mitdr OHort
and was riding
Text wlnbck Karri makes liam Mary Once leader strong detente. Georgia Tech iS t 0lLlAiiemey Mjejai A ...-. .>*.laiiay
ht",". Then rim th* fall. FSU couldn't cross the Hurricane el LawHI fiM I! /ROBERT N, JAECEReg
the Longhorn power sweep go Bl( Ei tti Kaaaas Slat at Peeper ioHcM: :'u'lfJGew "

with hit blocking but alto It a atst\.ranked )lbraakn, Oklaho.ma won 42.6. goal until the last tin minute, Good To Cards' h,,,'ie., fier.*4 afceop.no. NI ell(reterNaple yl 15015
Saturday Georgia I* faring a and California had to com 0. i I.I l Ml No. I IM4COMMAMOfR -501
ban carrier with a 5 -ytrdarerafe I at Kansas. .IS-Tf tiler; fer tent ,oar act Ot INS' ,M 0.,,,,
the team's leadiDCnceI..r last ............nhel Syr a. superior team that Jutt toppled from behind with i field goal to nrn lor Snarls. Mew II fI .r
Kentucky. "'nIat pta Georgia Ma w1It ..,. Hero Gibson rre-iert I* .... w.ih TVII /avid PNU. Tank ,M
: and tile deep man on CUM at PIm Stat. Paterson atd. .... ...... It sea ..n ne Ml tr. .u/ti if
kids Ivy Columbia at Yale, Cor. food spot r "*ta ',.... yes ,lor Pe'141Apts.
"Thl will b* a key week for *. I IT. 1.0AP) Right. ear* Ireafe II H dew on*
Coaches Darren Royal of the Bell at Htrvard. r Mauler Bob Gibson I* a former MM per moothi No I"' .....
that rason.
of the for For lent ilMtt Ve milo front Oolden
fitters and Frank Broyle
Peterson said Georgia' fttrd- pro basketball Martem dob*. r;;: Comit ........, "
Porters lonttlai friends have ,.::.f' .. 1'tncN f
IiIrtI I ( I running dfaslv back. trotter who's ttlll a e1Jt. p. ..w..ra61Income 1 .

concocted apedtl de/enae forth I Add would make H a lot tour > Be' seldum serious always ABLE 8I10RCI A MS,

other's so*. with MI, title Pfeperty
ready a quip
FlU to
tat paM .
Amid a heavy eeecentrtfloooa bed NN'1 Oose she ArmS Ave ...Mit ......
"I have
And ratline U FSU' bit fua. hop yon a dty,
WOMAN BOATS TWO S 0 DaUONTAl'K
cobfcrene action tht* week. r.YdWr' Tea TIDE APTST'warned Nye. Ctetrsny LeNedApnmeM.
b at Yankee
romMnatlofi of ouartrtxk gAmed tuner
The ..
t Buck N.Y. API Vho.
sod State No.
Ohio +nll Mel when t film u. eeef/y
Steve Tenst, national beck of the Stottlmyr; pbotO
Southern Call C. Debney Thnnpeor of CI. Silly Pond
eyes play boat to week, and halfback Fred BUM raptor anted them to poe MARLOWE AND BECK62BvalfWo
fornla In the nationally lelerltedbeadllntir ,irmaii the third OCMUM in II,.. .
nikoff, one of the beet piarersIn before Thursday World Sorts OCALTONSN
And UCLA, IUD reel. 'lory 10 lake ten .nordfigri Kl OM / rank
ha* beet touted (am*. r.
InC from tile thumping admialt. Jay h.ea.....* ........*. Deep th* natM. -"aTSP"oy MI 3I't, 11501
across the land a* a wIUl Pal wise IM teams toed U>* -
tired by Syracuee: tackles Sea ChfoxFit.
..rla.... Held U wu s tfiflerent Gibson Propertybadroevei
.
fourt vrankd Wotr Dam. >*>* ,,.. ..., hjuabond'tnoet I,
BUeutkoff tea a record of a Mrtous, IMnso tail man dt ftlM ..jl..I.d. w"' IN
10U In tile lat. .
Florida Stat Rtyae.be. ,
Ehnp.cnc.Itgh1 scoring a tcwcfedown on vry with a jab to do. unwebm a dnN. ph
she poll and owner of tile aUn. l 215- oun fourth pas b"e.noo Ow..
44005 5004
gust aor college dfns atilt whoa me leads broktMttd If anyone had nee- kept It* yw Yorkers t.1n0llg net other buemoee MHeroet 5.4I.

Uauut MOrtar I.' point per the ...... Only last tloMd FtO for a ouibl. howl wildly for five l ImUM* wWl .pas ..._ to ..... laeellon.l.rma .

game meet Georgia of tile act trxl George Sane, game bid, PwterMtt shut its w M .......** built op a o>0 lead. \\.t"f. purtheeerPrK

Southeatni Conference. neStattac ) hen eve cettfM three tororetloh ere* *.d olds "nkVenever ease And Gibson who weft 10 tough A enINN

Mooned Kentucky n. in c v* ctey ..* .f wue Lab body sMntlon howl to tee, I N! y .- A, wIF(0RD ......* Monday *. a ..2Ciirm.tat .I *."* Dew Virg'I Mr.mDEWEY

9 a week aco- ....... OfMnftenaci* tact.Mr dud my eyes and think snout victory at rw Tort, held Nebt. w.+eN/

Ohio Slat U eager to a eoceS2I *. TrwenpeWe biptbonj ithaincuM Ceoria... R' t Tr M for 1M ,.. edge Tk rtdty POLLY

a Iou to EEC a fear ao .! the MM J_'. 6RLIKFR r, that made UM lUdblrd worn ..0.*a't1 ,

which boded the Bock from lnmMKavtl fishing MurnoewMnyemnnt huioe hmpu
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COUNTY NEWS N.plw, Fl.., Friday, OeleWr 14 I 1764' Y kit ,. .-,

Big Crowds a u 1 'it, FBI Probe Into Jenkins




Greet LBJ Ii Matter Ordered By LBJ


WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Into the stretch run, and in He
In NY dent Johnson say he had DO publican ranks reaction vane !I.Ben. I.
CityWASHINGTON
Information on Walter W. Je k. Barry Gold ate t tie
ins that would hate led him to OOP presidential candidate,
(AP) Presl question the personal conduct of asserted the White House i K
dent Johnson, off today on another his top aide before Jenklas'two "dark with scandal" 'hut that' 'he
campaign trip, has triedto arrests on morals charges be. would have no comment 01 IN
use the replacement of Nlkita At : came public. Jenkins arrests "at any time"
Khrushchev a* an anniment for But, the President Mid In a Rep. William E, Millet lire
keeping a Democrat Lyndon Tcd; statement Thursday .night once GOP vlce-preideiitUI "lilt.
i H, Johnson I III the White he was told Wednesday of the date, said In Chicago the Jei k.
House. arrests one of them In 1989 Ins matter poses "very, veil]
try Johnson bi "A lief\, i tb t +11 dl', and the other last week he serious" national se in] lt\ >TUt ..
t proach Thursday night In wind asked Jenkins to resign Jenkins Lions that Johnson should]I 111.
ing up a two.dav swim thrwgl, promptl did'0. ewer for the American ie',i,IP
? New Jersey, PonnsUvania and "No man I know has given Former Vice President Rl<'h.
r New York more personal dedication, devo. and M. Nixon, campaigning for
Addressing a Jol/,Mn.backing tion and tireless labor," John. the GOP in Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Liberal party rally llJ Manhat r son said of his aide for 25 years. coupled Jenkins with Bobby
tan's Madison Squat Garden, But he addedl "On this case Baker, who quit under fire s>
the President saldi "Changesand as on any such case, the public secretary to the Senate Democrats .
CAMPAIGN TRAIL CAN BE A ROUGH ROAD There ot and
old
uncertainties In this busy i- a great puit\ wear interest comes before aU cer. should
and
said Johnson
world where we live give great tear along the campaign trail as old campaigner LMidnn B .Johnson well knows He sonal feeling television ",md es
weight to our own need for a gave evidence during hit San Francisco visit blet( taking nose drops to ward off an The Preldent acids "Within appear on
plain how the two men i lowest d
stable, sure, steady course on Incipient cold and. right. holding his handkerchief 'm hands patched uith fle h.:olored moments after being notified him in the past 10 years were
the basis of a steady bipartisan bandages that cover the blister and cuts resulting from thousands of handshakes. last night, I ordered Director J. both bad apples."
foreign policy" Edgar Hoover of the FBI to And Burch issued a statement]
Lest anyone mil his point, make an Immediate and com. sayings "The Walter! Jenkins
Johnson added that voters could Albanian newspapers attack on prehenslve inquiry and report episode raises grave questic.
toss bipartisanship in foreign Future Soviet the i Khrushchev group did not promptly! to me and the Amerl. of national security which "nlV
affairs "down tile drain" on PolicyOn Indicate a conciliatory attitude can people. the President ( an .id' mutt
Y Nov. 3 "but I don't think toward the new Soviet leader, Today the Washington Post answer. The ston ui'' to now
,y you're going to" Previously, both known a* supporter of reported it had learned the Is only partially revealed."
Johnson repeatedly had expressed Khrushchev. police forwarded data on Jenk. ,
the
Hoover said TTui: > I1>
the view that a GOP Red China MysteryMOSCOW News of Khrushchev's arop Ins' 1959 arrest to the FBI that Inquiry ordered by Johnson was
election wouid and that In April 1961 this
victory destroy from power hit with stunning year In progress and "as soon a* ill
bipartisanship.The world. data including a copy of his
Impact around the the facts are oUalued ti hr WIll)
President, who added (AP) With Nlkita liberalization drive which has U.s. official In Washington fingerprints record was forwarded be forwarded to the President"
( NBA Telephoto I comments about the Soviet 1 Khrushchev toppled from power been going on In Communist expressed belief Khrushchev to the Secret Service, It was learned tint Jenklnp
TARDY RECOGNITION William Bullock, of Pittsburgh.Pa. power shift to his prepared text, I and pushed Into obscurity, the Eastern Europe. A Moscow was forced out because of his which had requested the Infor. was investigated in 1958 by the
.. who Invented the rotary web newspaper press died In said the shuffle ''mayor may I new leaders of the Soviet Union Peking reconciliation would handling of ties within the Com. nation. FBI for a security learano*.
1667 lie lay in anonymity In a Pittsburgh cemetery until not be a sign of deeper turmoil ,ought today to reassure 'the certainly curtail the measure munlst I bloc following the split What the Secret Service did The Investigation w.inade at
recently The situation was brought to light In a story by or may be a sign of deeper people that tallnlzatlon and of Independence won by some between the Soviet Union and I with the data Is shrouded Insecrecy the request of the Atoiiu Energy
George Putnam. right of the Pittsburgh Press A headstone changes to come." economic Improvement will Soviet satellite, they laid. Red China. the Post said. Neitherthe Commission.At .
But tie laid the shakeup the It likely the> FBI nor the Secret Service
was quickly donated. Above Susan Ellis. Pittsburgh "Miss continue. The world was stunned by They considered the time Johns' was
National Newspaper Week" watches as James B Steven of should be a sign to Americans This was the first policy indl. cryptic announ ement Just after Soviet hierarchy felt Moscow' would comment immediately Democratic leader ul ti", --,nate
Tltusvllle points to the Inscription. that "we should keep steady on ,cation given I by Leonid I. Bre midnight that Khrushchev, 70, had lost too much influence with At the time Johnson was vice and In a position to receive
'our goals that peace is the shoe, the beefy brooding pro. had liked to be relieved a* first Communist nation of Eastern i president and Jenkins was his much classified information
mission of the American peopleand loge of Khrushchev who secretary of the party and premier Europe and with Communist t administrative assistant Jenkins was an assistant: '
Big Crowd At Beach Club we are not to be deterred." emerged from a secret Commu. because of "advanced age parties in Western Europe. Johnson's statement, heavy Johnson.
Today, Johnson planned to fly nlst party meeting as the par. and deterioration of his health." There were signs u* conster. with compassion for 48.year old Thin check ills* l 11"j,I n i" p">i isonal
into Ohio for evening appearances ty's first secretary the top The ebullient, rotund leader had nation in Yugoslavia, whose Jenkins, his wife and six chll. behavior tint +in]slit, refit
In Cincinnati and Dayton. Job here. It was contained In a shown no particular signs of 111 President( Tito has been a Khru. dren, one of whom was named ,t unfavoiabh 01 JCoIkll':
Undecided Vote Will Tell Then he was to fly to Ms Texas statement In the party paper health lately, but he suffers shchev supporter. Belgrade "Lyndon" after the President, clearance for ai,'<'ess t to<< >I.'h
ranch for a weekend respite Pravda from high blood pressure and a officials said they were was distributed to newsmen tied materials, sum .'t, ,HI.] i
before stumping his native state Alextl N. .heart when they returned with the
Kosygln, a weary recurrent condition "shocked, "dismayed" and Persons familiar will, Jem.
next week. looking administrator became Observer In the Went be. "dumbfounded." President from his New York Ins' duties at the White House
The Story In Florida Kirk Johnson got another good premier In changes announced Raved that repercussions from Moscow morning papers campaign trip.In as u special insistent tc, the
taste of big crowds and It early today. the bitter feud between Moscow published only the terse announcement effect, it was a reply to President said he itto clod some
elated him Thursday In A number of Khrushchev and Peking and shortcoming In of the changeover Dean Burch chairman of the National Security'outu II meet.
Barry Goldwattr and Lyndon believer In the policy of the Brooklyn. IUi motorcade was aide were reported by reliable the Soviet economy also playeda and ran outdated pictures of Republican National Commit. Ings and had .1' "et Johnson are running neck and United State recognizing a greeted by tens of thousands of Informants to have lost their part In the colorful leader's Brezhnev and Kosygln along tee, who earlier in the day had formation the Piosldem! hid
neck In Florida Claude Kirk, government of "Free Cuba" In people so many, In fact, that Jobs also Most prominently sudden eclipse after 10 year In with other news. accused the President of coverIng .
Republican candidate for the exile as had been done with police refused to estimate the named In these unconfirmed power The capital was quiet with no up for Jenkins after the first
United Sate Senate told a crowd France In World War II days number. reports was his son-in-law, The official announcement sign of unusual poUc. or mill i arrest. I
of more than 400 last night at and with Nationalist China when All along the 33-mile route, Alexel Adzhubel editor of the give no Indication what had lacy activity. Muscovites hurry. And it followed by several
the Naples Beach Club Hotel Chiang Kai-shek was driven out Johnson was flanked by RobertF. government paper Izvestla. happened to Khrushchev, last fog to work showed no unusual hours a sympathetic statementby
who had gathered to eat corned of the Chinese mainland by the Kennedy, hie former attorney Pavel Satyukov, editor of Prar. reported vacationing on the excitement. Queues to buy Ms. Johnson, who described I'
beef and cabbage. The event was Communists general now the Democratic da, also was reported to have Black Sea. But It said he had newspapers were about normal Jenkins ss a man who "reachedthe .
a fund raising dinner for the An exile government, he as Senate candidate In New York. quit lost his place on the party length.A end point of exhaustion In
Goldwater campaign carted, would be able to estab. The President took every The mystery long associated presidium indicating he would ruggedly handsome man dedicated service to his coun. "
Approximately 20 per cent of llsh credit and raise an army opportunity to praise Kennedy with the Red brick walls of the have no future role In Soviet with bushy brow, Brezhnev has try." She said the Johnsons .
the voters In Florida are still "I believe," he said, "that we i and call for his election, and he Kremlin was wrapped about the policy been associated with Khru. were praying for his recovery. _PQ} !
undecided ai to their choice for should help the Cuban exile help i referred to him repeatedly as Khrushchev departure. There This was a strong Indication shchev since 1938, when both Police records show that
the presidency and they will themselves, "whether or not they "Senator Kennedy" was no explanation to *he 227' that Khrushchev had not retired held party post In the Ukraine Jenkins was arrested on Jan. IS, k
decide how the state will go, raise and train an army her I The younger brother of ,JohnF. million Russian people of whdhael voluntarily or been stricken 111.I A* Khrushchev rose to powerhe 1959 at the Washington YMCAon '
the speaker IIleI.DillYowllll or elsewhere, rather than dls. Kennedy spoke, In turn, of become of the man who led I As a voluntarily retired elder seemed to lean on Brezhnev, a charge of "disorderly con. (
the "no.wln. pol. courage them" his "affection and admiration" them for almost a decade, or 1 statesman, Khrushchev might who steadily climbed the ladder duct (pervert)," and again at
icy" of the Johnson idmlnlstra. Flaying the "soft policy" of f for Johnson. why he had been dropped by the> have been expected to remainon with his older comrade. When the YMCA on Oct. 7 this year on
tion In Korea and Viet Nam and the present administration, he re. wayside the presidium And Frol Ko,.' Brezhnev took over the presidency a charge of "disorderly flnde.
Its "appeasement policy" In minded the audience how a mall I The Soviet Communist party low, widely regarded as Khru. he made It more than a cent gestures).
Cuba, h. called for the election group of dedicated Brazilian Cuban newspaper, Pravda, published a .hcb..', chosen successor until ceremonial post, traveling Wednesday afternoon, as the
of Ooldwater and the Republican had lived that country from being I Radio Has front-page statement that the felled by a stroke and heart at. abroad as a sort of salesman for arrests became known, Jenkinswas
ticket, II being pledged to a taken over by the Communist. part "firmly and consistently tacks last year still U on the the Soviet system. sent to George Washington
firm poll y. while the Washington idmlnlstra.tion No Comment On carries Into life the Leninist presidium and a party secretary Kotygln was Stalin's last University Hospital by his phy.
When asked u to his viewson was apparently In the dark general line worked out at the although Inactive. addition to the politburo. He slclan, Dr. Charles Thompson
Cuba, he asserted he I*a firm as to what was going on. He party." Brezhnev designation to the became a Communist party with what was described as
1 told of having seen the Russian I Nikita Quitting Khrushchev delivered his key role of the party' first member In his youth, but a* late "extreme fatigue" and his re.
minted money which had been 1 Radio famous speech against Stallln. secretary was the least nurprl a* 193S he wa still an obscure Ignition was announced I by the FKATIIHIIIKU: ). From the
coined and the army uniforms MIAMI (AP) Havana comment ism at the 20th congress In 1 DlII! Inc thing In the announcement. functionary traveling White House In New fall collection of Ron!>o" of
Isbell Nearly that had been made for the take 1 today reported without of Mklti' The Und congress five year He had long been a protege of York London conies this feather
over of Brazil the sudden retirement later set long term goals Khrushchev and had generally The arrests could have serl. bedecked picture, hat The
Blown Out Over Pointing to the present Incum.1 Khrushchev a and* Communist Soviet premier Par. and the attainment of <-ommun. been considered his heir apparent CALL TilE NEWS FOR ous political Impll atlons as the varicolored feathers flutter
bent In the Senate II a man who[ ty A secretary Cuban Radio broadcast mon, Ism Any attempt to drop these since he gave up the figurehead RUDDER STAMPS presidential campaign heads In the slightest breeze
had "..lever taken a po.ltlve.land 1 extensive policies would probably meet post of president of the,, -----
Carolina Coast on anything," he asked the voters 1 itored background In Miami on the gave new Soviet strong popular resistance, Soviet Union on July IS to devote .
for their support. many diplomat in Moscow be. himself to the party central
MOREHEAD'ern, N. C. Kirk wa* Introduced by Don. loader, first secretary Leonid hive. committee.
CAP) Tropical Storm JsbeU, T. Jones, president of the Col.1 Brezhnev and Premier Alexei The rest of the world waitedto Kosygln I 1. an economic expert .
downgraded from hurricane tier County Republican Club. The 1 Kosygln. I find out how the changeover of exceptional talent with a HUNTING
status, moved over the North event was sponsored by the Re. The Cuban president Is visit.would affect the Sovet Union's flair for organization. His appointment .
Carolina coast early today like publican County Committee of i log Moscow after attending the foreign policy a* premier appearedto
a deflated football. which L. M. Itorn Is chairman. coherence of ncn-allgned nation There was general belief that signal a determined drive to ,
Early today the storm wa Mrs Ruth Collins served as! in Cairo. He alto visited Algeria Khrushchev departure would Improve the economic situation
centered 20 mile northeast of chairman for the dinner which and met with President Ahmed open the way to at least a measure and governmental efficiency.The .
Morehead City where observer was followed- bY_. daneing.. Ben. Bella. of reconciliation betweenthe elevation to the top spotsof \
aid everything wa relatively Soviet Union and Red China. Brezhnev, 87, and Koygln, ui \'
quiet. __ For the past year Peking has (0, signaled another sort of shift \t\
But there still wa danger tt hammered at the theme that In the Soviet Communist party's i2
flooding to eastern North Carol. A free press steeds 01 one ef Khrushchev stood as a personal 47-year role For the first time
Una. Many counties In the area -" the great |Interpreters between I obstacle to a rapproachment the top Jobs went to men whose !
already have been declared dls. I the government end the people. between the rival Communist only contacts with Czarist Rus.sla ,
aster areas because of record giants Red China's boll, Mao and the 1917 revolution were
flood water within the pact two T* allow It to be ftttird U to Tie Jung and his top tides made childhood memorie They also FROMSUNSHIN
week fetter ourselves clear that peace was out of the are the first member of the
The Weather Bureau warned -4/mWSfaUi Supreme CourtNewspaper question a* long a* Khrushchev technician class to reach the
that IsbeU might drop four to spoke for Soviet communism.But Soviet summit.Peking HARDWARE
eight Inches of rain over the f rW my reconciliation with reported with unusual ,
Carolinas and Virginia.At Peking could also require a speed the news of Khrushchev's ;"
Morehead City on the At. tommon policy toward the eclipse then followed up withan
Untie, there was some rain, but West. TM would probablymean Albanian attack on the "re.
little or no wind. an end to Khrushchev' negades" of the "Khrushchev ,
The Weather Bureau said era of peaceful coexistence, not ground.1* -C' --
wind of the storm should be no nectssarlU leading to armed I The New Chin New Agenn _::40)
more than 53 mile per hour 'Mfrontatlon but at least in. distributed a Moscow dispatchon /
but there were no report of ,reatlng tension and military the Soviet shakeup within an : .
any wind much over 40 ra.p'lu budget hour after Ui release b) the '
and that la gusts. pclMlial expert in Vienna Soviet new agency Tall, The : SHOTGUNS
IsbeU was moving on north laid Khrushchev' eclipse was i Chinese made no Immediate ,
.rly course at 20 to 23 m.p.h' f.C bound: to suspend at least the i comment, but their relay of uAdm.tix.ri 'j<
and was expected to lose her /. By
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