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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 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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At this morning's City Council ern Gulf Utilities of Miami tractor are aware of the effecton 4 r 1 1I 1t

meet Iry.Clty Manager Vine is building It, Meanwhile Hal- the economy the street pro
Wood forecast that major arterial pin Is nearly finished with lay- ject U causing. But undue haste
streets In the $583.483 ing storm drainage pipe might result in faulty work
storm drainage and street reconstruction some of It with a diameter of that would cause greater Inconvenience t
program will be 72 Inches throughout the construction later be Indicated.
finished by December 4. area "1 think we are doing as well
Wood said the project: Is about "The contractor cut himself as we c.n. under the circumstances. -
30 days behind schedule but short on the completion time." ."
"we bave literally slept with Wood told Council. "He Is Additional inspectors have
the contractor In the last few the only one who bid a comple- been added by the Ciry.and Hal-
weeks trying to get Mm to get tion time of 150 days while pin has put on additional equip-
this work done but still maintaining all the others bid from 180 ment and personnel In recent I + i
the quality of the work." up to 360 days." weeks. Wood said Inspectorshave
Halpin Inc. of Venice Is the Wood said he and the con- kept an eye on compac-
contractor. tion of fill dirt in trenches
Wood gave the following anticipated in which the large storm
completion dates Labor Alone Not drainage pipe has been laid.
for major streets In the project If this din 1s not allowed timeto
To
Subject Tax
which covers an area settle It might cause problems -
bounded on the north by Fifth TALLAHASSEE (AP) No when a street Is rebuilt
Avenue South and on the south sales tar it due on your repair ever It. Wood Indicated.
by 15th Avenue South bill U the repairman merely fur "TOGO" AND TOCO' tjou huto look clone!
Third Street November T. Dishes labor and no parts.Tbe Third Street of the has completion been movedup Linda Partin \my), a couple of residents of CaribbeAn Hardens,
State Cabinet to top
First Street November T. approved a "
Eighth Avenue South November change In the sales tax regula.tlons because: of the Third Street were caught riirntlr pawlnjf a critical rye over
14.Second. to make it clear that the shopping area's dependenceon Makes 40 inQueen's Some of the candidates mpnlKiiinr) for quern
November21. transaction is exempt unless the seasonal business. This. honors during Swamp HIIKKV nll.Un. n tour
Street December 4. repair man furnishes parts or street will get a resurfacing of the Gardena, from lift utandlii// arc : Terry
Eighth Street other tangible personal property Job. RaceThere Starev. I.lndaVuod, LliuU Moiiiitttu. Jo Ann RAY.
In making the repairs burn I.inda Iliiiiniii Sharon Nn\lor Kathy Ryan,
PUMPING STATION Apparently all repair Will Curbing on First Street is are now 40 candidates and Ann Frlcknon Kneeling ta Nines Reoder, and
Wood also said the $138.100 were twins taxed under the old finished and paving work will for the title of Swamp Buggy seated ( I.r) IKttt Dcrkrr and "Mikkl" Hatcher.
storm drainage pumping station rubs, but State Revenue Com. begin shortly. The same U' Queen and the popularity contest -
I at the Bay end of Broad missions Ed Blr.ugtn said he true of Eighth Avenue. Second has yet two more days togo .r
Avenue South should be finIshed doubted that a charge only for Street and Eighth Street also .
by December 1. South labor was eubject to the tax. will be curbed and rebuilt.
Deadline for entrants 1s 10 Cracks Down
tr., Judge
o'clock Friday night and all
girls still wishing to compete
for the title art asked to con-
r tact Mrs Thelros Hodges, contetf -

'. that time.',dill lrm...T.n '0'' berate ... .............. --.. On. Five Juveniles, ;** .


Lateat entrant in the sweepstakes -
is poplar Linda Partin.a LINDA PAHTIN One Toughie' Jailed
17-year-old high school senior -
who is sponsored by Wittsle -

Studio. She Is the daughterof Voting Machines Five traffic other two were with
youthful law violators charged
x; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paolo In North Naples had their driving privileges careless driving.A .
of 1917
N Estey Avenue. Her
ILil' suspended by Judge Klch It-yeir-old boy wit let
hobbles are and writing -
singing Voting machines will he set ardM.SunUy Inl11\W11leCourt off with a warning afterhewas
and fol low ing raduatton she
g up at Precinct: IS, the Eater Monday. charged with driving on an out-
plans to go on to college and Hair building 103rd Avenue One of the five landed In the of-stst' license while S studentIn
become an English teacher. North Naples, tomorrow at 9 county $ell's Juvenile cell let schpol In Florida The boy
Eight finalists will be selected a.m and will remain there a week" when the Judge over. said 'he was not aware of the
N #'r at I p.m. Thursday night through Saturday noon, it was heard the youth utter a dU-: law requiring school Studentsto
October 20, at Naples High announced vests rday. respectful comment as he went have Florida driver's licenses -
School and on Saturday night County Commisalonf item out the door. The 15-year. as soon as they start attending
the 31st the queen will be Allen arranged the setup In old boy had Just had tils driving school In this state.
named and crowned at s Coronation order that Precinct IS voters ., privileges revoked for ..iJcmonth. The Judge also attempted. to
Ball si the Beach Club .. Iron out a Involving
could get advance Instructionon family problem
________ Hotel. the use of machine. The "00 get him and bring him a IS-year-oM girl and
All girls It years of age, precinct will vote by machine back here." the Judge/ told Juvenile her adopted parents Heplaord
and
who
unmarried
or older for the first time In the general officer John Kogers. her In the care of her natural
have a sponsor,are eligible for election November 3. "You didn't MI far enough away mother for s 30-day trial& per
illFtj'1'"DON'T the crown. to start talking" the juifee told iod. U the arrangement .is nor

the boy after he wee brought satisfactory, custody will revert .
back. Judge Stanley Indicated to the "legal 1 parent, the
Redistricting To the boy will stay locked up until .ktplied..
---- -- --- Stay
the next Juvenile session neat
PUT THE WHAMMY ON ME *" pleads Peggy Hood, M she Monda 1.TrOOfllr.
promises "Evil Eye Fleairle sh' will arrive ,'aily I for tonight Patent Ed Crawford told Chamber GetsCity's

Teacher-Student Association meeting at the Naples Senior III it h School On Ballot Court Rules the Judge he charged the boy
This being the first I meeting' of the new school year, membership tables with reckless driving late Sunday
Hill be set up outside the auditorium at 7 :30 p.m., so that dues of night after he observed $20,000Publicity

50 cents for each parent' teacher and student' ran be collected befor MIAMI (AP)- A ihr.e.Judo The court rave M reaww for that the youth refused to let
the program begins at 8 p.m. Theme for the evening U ").I.t the federal court refused today to turning down the maion of an overtaking automobile pats JobThe
Teachers" "Open house" will be observed' in all classrooms and refreshments strike the 43.eenalor, ULrepre. Richard learn, Miami alter him He would accelerate to
will be served in the cafeteria by the Futur- Homemakers aeniatlve. Florida reaworUon-' nor, that tile plan already held foil overtaking car's pan Greater Naples Chamber
of America.. (NEWS photo) men plan from the HOT I fen to be uiHMfiMltuttnnal' br the U. Ira plans then slow down again of Commerce will be the

oral election ballot _. Supreme the ballot. Court, ho lake off below the speed limit Craw. agent 10 spend. the Clefs bud-
r "a Vf ford said. got item of 130,000 to aJver-
The f o e r t, rimpoMd at
"
Judges David W. Dytr of Ml '1111I1 trooper set out after the the Naples "In Its entirety.
MIl and WUllan A. McRM Jr. boy who took off and hli speeds Council tentatively' acceptedthe
a. and sure U .Itsse<< <* jack. Crawford estimated at 110 to proposed agreement sub
oonvlU, reserved ruling on UN.or 130 miles an !hour up the north mined at the first October
r.awortOMIN! matters ... Trail. "I had to ie more meeting by Chamber President
fore U. than 140 ia catch: Mm," he Milton UnIt and reviewed his.
Jests, who fou ;' "lJ OrtJOMItIIt cue Ihriwfh Other youthful traffic viola- Dave Pfaff.
w the 'upr.", Court had asked
ten were shown pictures taken One reservation was made Into
thai the pif.a renriu 1ft'**
P at sure accident scents In the acceptance.: : Council members
A1i1 may of Slate Tom Adams from
county as the judge Impressedupon InsUiinf that a "termSIt
la
brtnctnj the lUnal plan a
Y
**
rote, them that "it can ttappn !\ Ion c""" .. acceptable to
In a hearlfic bin Oct. U, the M )'OIIlult ss easily ss fe hip- each pa ny bt added. The elause
)d." h4 lIprl'M4 *wH thai pared to these other people." win apply In ease either partyIs
they had auihorMy to like sock A iftyear-oM boy was clocked guilty oa breach of con
< l action. at '71 In a M sane by radar tract.
t r Attorney Reese Smith d and Tamp t ed argued that. the Sun privileges for eo days wilt make. Quarterly payments
premo Court had civee. the fe4.. Tore others had their ..... IausraMtd M the Chamber for advents-
oral Jrfr** enltmlted Jurlwlle.Uoe
U rtrocSAl ataMi a rtorldartX for 30 days Theywere Injeoiij. nreturntboCAem
fr >rU4ftn tnI based es Oe boys 1*. It, and IS years bit agrees to.use vartoes types
court's on.wv4er, orrm4e"pr' .W. One drove at night in violation of advertising to tall the Na-
nut.. of restrictions and theOOPS pits swry.
L j/ All advertiIgsxpedltures
.0. -- :rw.v -.it! ; propoeed by personnel of the
: Chamber will bars to meet
# MI9SFD': This sad seen Is bound to if* approval' of the Chamber
t be r'p MIf'ct .r and our at the Heath Club this directors Adequate records
week a* msm '>f th' tp irelfm at the state and wttt be kept and are to be
natta afcft, f-.r rumor MM prU( money 'in the 10th available to the Clry at antimes.
annual PGA t.,ui""..mnn. the gentleman who has Monthly reports will
just jrfcM b.h fI"d i th<> hwl U fete ('per, defendingchamptM be made by the Chamber to
<< while f'fnvnr winner. Dub Pagan looks the Cky. and these reports
<>>>n sjrn.f atri<-ttallt r.nhJOroAm MM played today are to be a matter of public
PGA pl")' "?">. tomorrow. xtenda through record,
WhM the
Sunday N,.pU-s Hnapttal Auiihan la eo-aponaor of advertising contract
the even1 'IIh thy h..*pial alluring-, proceeds item was opemd for dtsI -
( MeGrath photo) (C-d84N4 em ,.,. I)




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1 c OUlM COUNTY NEWS Nipl.i Wdnnd.y, October 21,
EXIT KHRUSHCHEV QueryWho's;



Hoover Attributed RespectTo Nikita Sergeiavich Khrushchev, bore m a mud hut self-elewted' by braim end muscle and At Other End

I guts to become the absolute ruler of the Soviet Union, is now a port of his vast country's"

turbulent history The power shift in the Kremlin abruptly ended a political career which

Outliving His EnemiesBy began in 1919, when communism took over Russia This chunky little man with o peasant's Of Hot Line?

cunning survived the purges of Stolin, countless power grapples and watched the leader a 4

SAUL PBTTAP from a square, tupgla-red face. ship of the West change hands five times since World War II, 'In 1958 his one man rule MOSCOW (AP) Who'i on

Special Correspondent The word eme4 to.. been began Six years later, Nikito Khrushchev was "retired Moscow's end at the hot line
NEW YORK (AP) His bu. bitten off a fresh stalk of ....ry. now? Whose finger 1' on the
mor was gentle; MS sense of The line at the edge of hi* -et nuclear rocket button?
irony acute; his passion for mouth remained tuned down ", Until Nikita Khrushchev's
brevity, Intense. Under the wispy brow, a twin. unexpected ouster last week,
In W57, when he was 83 years kle lurked behind the misty blue a the answer to both questionswas
old, slreadv an ex4 ij |dent 24 eyes the look of a wan who rr ftZ simple and the same.
years and no laager charmed by could no longer be surprised or Now It'. more complicated.
the novelty Herbert Hoover hurt by the affairs of .... i ) It President Johnson decidesto
went to Independence. M. to In his later days, Hoover often have a talk on his direct lineto
help dedicate the illsrsry at was asked If he' could explain the Kremlin, he presumably
another ex-president, Harry 8. how his public Image bad run would get Alexel N. Kosygln. As
Truman till gamut from extreme bitter 6 premier Kosygln heads the

He sat on the platform in *1. ness and disdain to enduring Soviet government.But .
degree weather and, from his respect. I such significant things as
half closed eyes and pursing ..It simply mean Pv out. the lineup of portraits of Soviet
mouth, it was difficult to tell lived most of my enemies," he Khrushchev was a Russian Jets ll.Ilyde on lIS, visit In leaders displayed In Moscow

which be suffered from more, used to say with the charinessof I960: he frolicked happily with children one moment and show that Leonid L. Brezhnev is
the beat or the oratory. a man suspicious of compll. then angrily( denounced the 1 nitrd Stales at the l' N. the top man now. lie took over
Later, the lilt president of mentary facts not checked and Khrushchev's Job as Communist
the United States was driven to documented. party first secretary.In .
the home of hlUn.nd,thl prel1. Until ill health prevented it, the last 40 years of Com
dent tor refreshment. A gushing Hoover was fond of spending munist rule, the party secretaryhas
matron cornered Hoover. Wharf, summer vacations with cam i always been top man; he
she asked, do x.presldents do pets at the Bohemian Grove in has been premier only IS of
with all their time? California In the later years, Khrushchev tinted builder Mklta Khrushchev u at right In this front line picture 1194.1):\) F those years. The premier the

"Madame," he said, "we several score visitors always of Moscow subway In 1934, apparently taken shortly after Stalingrad \Irtor'r rest of the time has been a tech
spend our time taking pills and came to his cabin to pay' their niclan.
dedicating libraries. respects, which Invariably --- -.- + c.m.rww.m. y w gcyI This might not be much of a /
It wasnt true Hoover at S3 made him recall: A problem for Johnson since the
and more, worked twice as "You know the first time I Fcf v j hot line Is a teletype circuit, nottelephone.
much as most men half his age came here after leaving the a Talking to two
but like all his humor, the White House, only two people people on the phone at once
remark was delivered deadpan sought me out. And they might be confusing but an
sneaked In through the woods so agreed message could: be put on
nobody would see them." the teletype from Moscow.
He wrote his books and \
many The flnger-on4he-bulton Latest Naples his many speeches-as apresU gets more Involved due to
dent or citizen he I+ i
private never the vagueness of the Soviet
employed a ghost writer '.
Constitution.
City DirectoryHas always with a short stubby pen. 1M. J It does not designate a peace
"
ell. He scorned tape recorders t'1;
r' i ( 1dk 4L time commander in chief for
8,540 Names dictation machines, even ballpoint Soviet military forces as Johnson
pens U "stimulants of .. .M Is commander In chief of

The new Naples City Direct. search verbosity to,"prune In the his unnecessary endless A Moscow's happiness boys B and K (Bulganln and Khrushchev the American military estab.llshment. .
.
ory U off the press and ready word or phrase, he had been shared Red throne until K dumped B In 1958.Khrushchev Under the Soviet constitutionthe
for use It has Just been die.
known
to rewrite a speech 28 Presidium of the Supreme
trlbuted to subscribers by R. L. ...
Soviet which declares war and
Polk ft Co. Although he was president In
Q Is
concludes
peace, presumablythe
The new edition Is a handy another generation children
19r
top commander. But the
volume listing 8,640 personal and wrote him often on a variety of :
business names in Naples, East Ills Khrushchev Is at extreme left In d Praesldlum has 33 members,
subject responses contain lineup of Soviet biggies In the Bolshol Theater marking which is a bit too many fingers
Naples Naples Park North
pies Pine, Ridge and,Vanderbilt Na. -d advice, and simple unadorned 28th anniversary of death of Lenin. Malenkov, Stalin and Molotov are under portrait. for one button.
fact about bis own life,only when
Beach with 18 continued as the ,t ra s,, Lacking an officially pro.
minimum listing The afore ought. ----EM" 'o claimed commander In chief.
age
mentioned count considers the He resisted the temptation to Premier Kosygln might seem to
pontificate.One be the man. But his portrait Is
combined names, of man and wife Zje
as only one name, the publl.h..r. school boy asked, how second and what No. 1 man
the sixth grade made W..ucc..tul'l" .
explained.The your a would want to turn over the
.
decision on massive devastationto
directory shows occupation Responded Herbert Clark "
his ?
or business connection / deputy
marital status, and name of wife,, Hoover, "Tbelsixth grade made Many non-Communist t observers .
my life successful by preparing
of the Soviet scene have felt
whether head house or
roomer
"
me for the seventh grade
names and titles of proprietors '" the system naturally gravitates
and officers of corporations, and toward one.man rule
.
other items of information. ar FR r If the trend continues Bre.
Xi Beta Nu zhnev will follow the example of
Special regular features of the V tJi
: Stalin and Khrushchev and add
new directory Include the destg. i c t
Aid
nations of tenantowned and rent Will Again the premiership to the party
.d homes; and telephone.number : leadership, or some other man
listings Cancer Campaign will move In and ultimately lake
by streets and houses
The variety o/puqlneaslers t-temberuf XI Beta Nu chan \ ) \ both Jobs.Topless.
about J* reveaieQ by the many ter of Bet Sigma Phi Sorority a t,11'1 :
groups catalogued In the yellow will again participate In the L r
pages >' the new directory, rang. annual drive against cancer, Swim
.
ing alphabetic,downward from It was announced by Mrs Fritz ; > .w
Abate> tl) Trucks New and old __
Thurner, president, at a meeting u m i family i III closely knit. From left are son-In-law
latslti: dons "hand inhand"here.
Fu!
and Church '; Dog Grooming of Mr. Curt Boyette, 3650 Kennedy In Vienna In 1961. At right, with China's Mao Tse-tung a Moscow reception and :Mklta, and Khrushchev wife !Sins
Servitu and 1 Fruit Growers 10th Street North Morality Film
A* with previous editions, Mr. Don Page presented a
there will be a distribution of program on "Weather In the WASHINGTON (AP) A girl
the new di..ectory to replace the Tropic, and the hostess Report Two Petty Episcopal Right Swamp Buggy in a topless bathing suit and

last direct, > in free.reference prize was won by Mr*. Gerald Thefts To PoliceTwo other footage have been cut
directory libraries In other clt. McMlllen. It wa alto Faction Attacks from a film a Goldwater cam.
lea, the publishers announced. announced at the meeting that petty theft over the Iv palgn group hopes to flash
This distribution I I. a part of the chapter 1* sponsoring Darlene weekend were reported to the Races ListedIn across American television
the servli maintained by the candidate for Naples Police Department Monday Convention ActsST. screens Thursday to hammer
members of ty Association of Page as a home its claim that the country
North American Directory Pub. Swamp Buggy Queen. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) An Is beset by "moral decay."
Ushers In (connection with the pub. The next chapter meeting will Allen Slade reported that a Influential wing of the Episcopal I Top EventsFor Russell Walton, public rela.
11 atlon of their directoriesthey beheld November 3 at the homeof lounge chair valued at $75 was Church today accused Its gener.al tlons director for the Citizens
sal and will help to keep out. Mr*. George OeBusman In stolen off the seawall at the convention of underminingthe for GoIdwater.Mlller, acknowl.
elder, icquuinted with this com. Sorrento Gardens Mri.Arthur Edgewater Deach Apartment "hundreds of courageous the third year in a row, edged the changes Tuesday
munlty and UK people and prod. McConnell will be In charge on Gulf Shore Boulevard lome priests" who have fought for Naples' Fall Swamp Buggy Races night and said that NBC offl.
ucts. A branch of this out-of. of the time Saturday night. equal Negro rights has been picked as one of the dais, had agreed to use
town Directory Service Is loco program. Arthur Faulconer of Artco The sharp reaction was voicedby i top 20 events In the country dur. the film as scheduled at S p.m.
ted it t.! offices of the Great Corporation reported that ceramic the American Church Newt, ing Its month, according to the EDT
er Naplet number of Com CALL THE NEWS FOR tile valued at $73.80 wan following rejection by the Greater Naples Chamber Com. In New York network offl.
merce. RUBBER STAMPS stolen from the Sunshine Food church's governing body of a merce. The Chamber Includes dale said a final decision will
proposed move to condone non. .' r promotion of the event in Its not be reached until today.
way Job onEtrtitnStreet.Nonh., violent civil disobedience 'for overall program of community The object of the film, said
over the weekend reason of conscience.' '8 sli advertising I I accomplished Walton, is "to depict the moral
Lay church representativesbeat through a nation wide< news re. decay which has occurred in
down the measure Tuesday, lease program. this country" He placed the
FAMILY DAYS Weather Satellite Terming the result an "mitra. The National Association of the film's cost at$100,000485,.
The weather satellite Nimbus geous usurpation by the laity of Travel Organizations, the trade< 000 to produce and $35,000 for
has muscles eyes and a the teaching function of the N association of the US travel In. television time.
brain to keep It steady In its church," the American Church W 4r dustry, has picked the races u Before the changes became
course around the sun ac News declared an outstanding event each year known, Chairman John M. Ball.
Sate cording IU makers for the "By this action the church since l 1962. The organization dls. ey of the Democratic National
US! government, Flywheel! seems further to repudiate the tributes a description of the Committee described It as "the
and air Jets are Its muscles hundreds Of ourageoua priestsof races to Its members and the sickest political program to be
electronic sensor are its eyes her own ranks who have news media In 'Junction with conceived since television be.
and Hi brain li a computer Joined in the most significant Its effort of promoting travel came a factor In American
Starts Tomorrow social revolution of our time" READY TOG 0 Astronaut Virgil I Griaaom.. s The Chamber reported that Its politics."
The publication, organ of the pilot.: selected for the tint Manned erbi ltl'l Gemini flight. news releases on Swamp Buggy He said the film "appeals to
denomination high church or Days have so far this year net.the
prurient and the prejudicedIn
'IS pictured 'in hn. space suit at Cape Kennedy" Floridaand
r I Anglo. Catholic wing, the Amer. ted published reports In papersIn a fashion which makes s
AT RAR lean Church Union, wa* clrcu. New York, New Haven, Kan. mockery of Its pretentlon to
EXCLUSIVE lated today among the church sir City, Indianapolis and Wash. conduct"and
out to sea, the Weather speaking out for moral
ANNUALTOY representatives here from Find No AmountOf Bureau reports. Ington among others, as well as that be had urged the Fair

Our Special across the country Fallout From II said Tuesday night that a papers all over Florid Uaga Campaign Practices Commuter
Individuality The proposed resolution sane lack of rainfall was helpful. tine use of the story has In.In New York to appraise It.
boning\ civil disobedience, in Red Nuclear Blast Rain in the path of the cloud eluded "Outdoors" and Walton at a story conferencewith
in. special extraordinary cases, might have brought some of the "Travel." the turn makers In Beverly
1f said that when customs or laws WASHINGTON (AP) NoelgnntficaM radioactivity to earth. The swamp buoy movie. "Na.' Hills, Calif., Sept. 22 said "the
violate human dignity, Chris. fallout was deposited Even U predicted rata had not plea Goes Buggy'', arranged for purpose of the film then U to
GIFTS flans should "obey Cod rather on the United Stales as most of held" off, except ia northern New Swamp Buggy Inc. by the Cham. portray and remind the people
than men." the radioactive cloud from Red her has, since distribution start. of know
England, Atomic Energy Com. something they already
SALE Acceworie China's nuclear test floated mission dentists said fallout ed in midjuly. played on over exists We want to Just make
Antiques Don't B' \ Ultnl"jf cross the American mainland from last Friday's "low yield" SO TV stations all over the eoun. them mad,, make their stom.
try to an audience of nearly ache tars"
test had not been expected to 15.18 UlAoG.
cause any undue health hazard Several times in the film a
Layaway for Xmas INTERIORSFurniture U the United States. The a/lftualawamp buggy weekend black limousine roars along a
vf1k/ Dr. Lester Machta chief fall climaxing wttk the races, road. Walton aid the purpose I*
7l this year ls scheduled for Otto
to remind .
out specialist for the Weather viewers that Presi.dent
Upholstering lV Bureau, sald.ome fallout debris ber 30 through November ..Raee Johnson drove lira ear ai
Big Western Flyer from the Chinese test would tune is IsOO PJB. Sunday, tile lat, high speeds near his Texssnick.
Draper! t continue to mow across the at the swamp buggy track near : .

Bike Sale Carpeting United State for about another the Naples'Alrport. "*0ur point is, why shoul*!
week at levels lower than the SO,. kids do these thine when they

10 Year Building Experience in Naples 000 feet ai which the major g. example at the top?'
Code Of Conduct Waltonthis
portion of the cloud traveled. said.to .
Guns, Hunting Togs, te Dr. Machta Indicated the adduw to the & be.
i't..JHC.' Residential I Alteration radioactivity at these lower Adopted By School niftfntt scene, Walton said he

Ammunition & Accessories level la usually mock less than C CALDWILL Kaa. Creed to delete a provocative
Commercial Remodeling at the high level He said that TIle student council at Caldwell book cover titled "au ate
!5 r _!VJT.'rtl although some of It may be Kg School adopted a new coded B0*" sad photographs of a
detected by ground stations, the conduct chick includes this man SA a ng leaf
290 Third St. So. amounts of fallout would be lea 'Students will refrain from
esterllh1UtO Member ,4.1p w than they would have beee had showing their affections for one
store
washed DlW rDUI -
the "hotter" cloud been another while In the student
American Institute down by rala. are, as this is neither the DIlfYll1 LQKSt .

616 5th Avenue, South Interior Designer Ml 2-20% 47$ 6th St. S. time or place to associate OB la.tuaate oars You ,.. .. .
Drive r.rr.Qy And Ue term" .1. MOXTllr ..


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;";;& U & u "1 oe VFW Auxiliary COLLIH COUNTY NIWS. KUIM ... w !



', o'J' District Head



To Visit Here


Mrs Kenneth (Jiwalta) Nor
i
wood Nokom). president 10th

District, Department of Florida -
wt.V Ladies Auxiliary to theVet- I

trans of Foreign wars win
By' JANE M\HTI% make her official visit and inspection -

to and ol the Ladles
,,,,, ,,,,,, v I v.1N
of
Auxiliary Naples I Post

What a wonderful time Mrs. Nada Cerych is having Y 8089. Veterans of foreign

with her sister, Mrs. David James. Mrs. Cerych is here '. ", ,' Wars on Thursday October '2",
,, at 8 Mrs. Norwood, a
for six months from her home in Prague, Czechoslovakia' ,: \ p.m.
charter member and past president -
Probably the greatest thrill is seeing her son for the f first! 'q. ...,H of TimUrnl Memorial
..
time in 18 years. _/ Idles Auxiliary #8118, Venice -

After meeting her sister in New York, Mrs James, \. \> will arrive In Naples 4+ 1

took her to Indianapolis for the happy r.union. Then! Mature woman (IIrftl) uses light/ eyebrow pencil and e>e make-up when wearing glasses. about The 6 district p.m. president who \Vt"RK) v.'u' ;11't\ ; t it\ :sas Iii h happ\

they spent some time in Lexington, Ky., arriving m This U toordinalfd11th her frames of a definite, not wlshwash color. The lass with supervises auxiliary units from J.i\n"< w lin ( HiiMiit\ 'i--t !\1\i \\lIj.I to M'll a |pi>,iitt\

Naples the day after Isbell brushed by. In this case dark frames (center) makes the most of her eyes with black eye liner outlining the upper Naples! northward to Palmetto gill a Swamp\ nUII'Ilbd| \ ,'. rn though the ruin\ ,

the hurricane warnings were a blessing. Richard James, lid. Light eye shadow Is blended above the liner and the lashes darkened with cream will tell the members of the don t H'tiuitv fcmult infHi4 a beard f'ruI'I'd!
mascara. The blonde (right) chooses frames Ii) follow her sleekly brushed darkened brows. Naples VFW Auxiliary about from tilt' axle\ of t hhl l't'1I help fraI'vponscs of
a senior at Florida Central l Academy, left school to look She applies a Ines.Glasses liner over the entire lid and a fine line at the Inner eyelid: dark the recent Council of Admin the Swamp Buggy II "'k"11I1 ( If. nitre. the fmvs

after their house here, so when his mother and aunt arrived mascara on the Istratlon at Ocala and action of Uu- Jnvuv inlr.Hmcii 1"lIlotlll'I\,1: \ ,l when the\,

the house was opened for them, and back in order. taken by the state orjanlaa- found out the lady le !UtlllI"!. Lucky aU> nian I j"

Others didn't time their arrivals quite so well. Mrs. lion of the Udtes\ Auxiliary Bob PeVojrt, And the ,purchaser in Mr*. Joan Musi
Call for Deft TouchThe She will stress 100 per cent
F. M. Simonds and Mr. and Mrs. Justus I. Wakelee had participation In the many fieldsof

, ,to drag furniture around and close up the homes that endeavor and sponsorshipof

i had (just been opened for them. Mrs. Simonds has been womanoho wears b> Helen llennes)' Decision. decisions fare programs by the local, district '

glasses has come of age Women's Editor, the eyeglass wearer when state and national organ I
for three months Island in Princeton
,
Long
away visiting on this is fortunate since there Newspaper Enterprise All" .hopping f for new frames laatlonal structure to Include : islu Of C
N. J., New York City, and with her sister in Edgar- are more than 40 million There are styles to suit all six 100 per cent membership red aprij]

town, Mass. Also, going and coming, she stopped In women \\oearmlll.llel. Once basic face t>'p.a-o\'ll. round, newel by December 31it| visitation .
tortoiseshell frames call tara \ '-
.T"to '
Atlanta, Ga., to see her son and his family.Mr. worn while furtively their owners or kept walked hidden liner lighter liner square.!averted diamond I triangle I triangle l Tron and to Veterans hospitals! By GAIL WINCHEIL Phone MIJ.STM '

and Mrs. Wakelee spent the summer monthsat about blindly i I I glasses are Also use eye shadow but go frames until you are satisfied\ Americanism and ideals thereof With the threat of a hurricane write him may write to him

Sugar Hollow Farm, near Asheville, N. C. fashion focal points Good easy on the amount\ since with your appearance ) youth activity sponsorship past, things are getting back to at his home address or in cared
frame designing I and the lenses often intensify color the overseas veterans groups' normal. We had no damage ae the Naples Community Hospl
But it not always necessary
Speaking of reunions, the separation wasn't quite so cartful use of coordinated Include sparkled frames in to key is the frame shapeto support of legislative pro far as I know and the water tal.

long as Mrs. Cerych and her son, but Mr. and Mrs. I. H. eye make-up now make many your glasses wardrobe for fare shape Beauty grams and the program of Can* remained pretty calm. The re. Mrs Paul Wlnchell: la out of
lale-day use With' these try your the hospital and pr 'fr**.ing quite
aldenia "Iila"wereanked
look here on (he
her
women at glassless aid and research
week. achieve cer,
Whitaker had an equally happy time last They expert say you can
pale soft shadow In the well. She returned home last
a In of
friends outof to evacuate raae high
as being -slep October 25, Pre
saw their son, Capt. L. H. Whitaker Jr., who is now at with the style trend new brown tones Blend the smashing effect by wearingthe On Sunday Norwood, will conduct waters and for their own proUc. weekend for a brief visit with
unexpectedU silent
Fort Benning, Ga., after two of duty in Okinawa. shadow up and out at the lion. Mod of the residents went her faintly. Monday' afternoon
district
years Girls who
wear glasses her second quarterly
corners of the eye you have a postage stamp to Naples at about two o'clock ah returned to Miami where
The Whitakers are spending a few days with Mr. and however must choose both If you have short lashes small face, try large dark meeting at Brtdger' Watson Jr. Wednesday afternoon, and r.. sIN t* staying with her mother.

Mrs. H. Carl Davis before returing to their home in their frames and their eye the Cochran specialists recommend frames These will emphasize Post .2488, Palmetto. Delegates turned to their homes by seven in Jaw! and going to the doctor
make-up with care. Gear the the delicate bone struc' and other .
'
a cream mascara to from Naples that rUstil. dally.Ca
Grosse Pointe Mich. Mrs. Whitaker and Mrs. Davis
are cosmetics: to the style and
darken and thicken your ture. Stars like Marlene I auxlllaty units will be on hand We're starry to hear hit P.J. >t. Paul Wtm-hiU aid girt
sisters. color of your eyeglass frames.If lashes. This i also makes them Dietrich often I lighten I the for a "school of Instructions." Valentine la In the haqilttl" and were sailed Flrdayby hIs mother
you have more than one look longer Take care when severe chic' of a (trim black hope he will soon be bark home and his motb.r'Mater Mr.Howard .
The In Palmetto will
BROKEN ARM ON THE MEND pair, consider this when build- wearing false eyelashes with suit or dress with pixiepointed meeting and on his ft*. PeinJe" wishing Wynn. Mr*. Wynn l 1/1. rettlilent .
Mrs. James Mahan was away for two months In ing your eye make-up kit. your glasses These should be emerald frames commence at 1 p.m., Sunday of Denary Ha? ant ,is

Louisville and Jeffersonville Ind. she How you use the make-up clipped so they are not too The sky's the limit, a* longas vtaltlng in Miami with her children
Ky., Unfortunately,
is ltr.
important. Beauty expertsat long. Again the magnification you remember to coordinate and
spent most of the time nursing a nasty broken arm. The Jacqueline Cochran point by the lenses tends to play your eyeglass I frames

cast has been removed, and she expects her arm to be out that the eye liners must funny tricks.i The lashes with your eye make-up. Lark Ghl Seoul Notes GOOD rBHINOMr
be finely drawn on upper should always sweep clean of of make-up can give you a *. Kay arson rtportathal
back normal before
to long. lids with great care Heavy. the lens washed out look "flailing I great at the Isle of
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McMullen, annual winter resi 4 Capri." The guests Maying at
the l 1.1.l of Capri Marina. and
dents, are due from Louisville tomorrow. The McMullenswill BY MRS. DONALD M. SCIILERF
r Motel, which abe and her husband
be on llth Avenue, South, until May. BPW Club Has own, were quite successful and

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dunwoody, also of 11th Av- proved thai It I. getting eauUriu

'u.. South, have returned from Deerfield, N. H., where t C\VS Bonita Annual Bosses' rr find thoM reJflsh.
week .
Junior Troop 212 which by Mrs Ro.Roe.leld.r. Mr. and Mr* BUrkmore "t
they have a summer home. On the way back to Naples /OIII meets on Tuesdays after schoolat At their last meeting" the Miami' stint the weekend ai the

they took a leisurely sightseeing trip, going first to St. .: 4,. B, RAE WEAR Night Program the Scout Mouse spent I beautiful Brownies had a get-acquainted Iali ut Capri' Marina and Motel
.
_
.' T .
"* JJ5 ,4tT jfc jtjt tff .l and were among the lurk one
-- --'--'- session read and discussed
Paul, Minn., where their son and family have recently Fall day In the open air Uoad" of
moved. He is lieutenant commander, retired from the Fred Flalschman 22, of Gary, Between race the 10 rod end Monday evening,October 19, at Camp Tlmberford Saturday the Drownle Story learned the to red bring. home a "bo
Ind. and formerly of Bonita reel were awarded to Frank wu a gals night for the Naples Under the leadership of Mrs. Brownie "5'|" and practiced Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gndrei

Navy and now associate with Brown and Bigelow. Sprints, early Sunday, morning Doerr, O. H. McMillan, Gary Dullness and l'yofeestonalWo.non's .., AJan Foster andMM. marching for the Swainp) buggy nr .., n here on Ihe' ,
furp
Eleventh Avenue, South, 'is rapidly coming "to life. was killed when tile car was tilt. Guider W. P. Weber, MarteU's Club. More than TO Martin the girls;left the Scout ParaJ.. "la!**", ari V n ting their ...
by a train on railroad croaa.Infln
a Restaurant Preacher from the
Dunwoody's neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sheakley, are Gary Road Construction, Crew, Pat members and their bosses enJoyed House In Cambler Park at 10 Curd w*.k here on the /Ulan

also home. And they mean "home. Only a big occasion He la survived by his widow, Duffy, Don Steele, C. J.Simmon dinner and entertainment a.m. and returned there about ATTEND MEETINGS They tayd through thee*;..ctedhiirrlcnn

takes them from Naples. The big event this Mary, and a two month old son, and Bill Piper, (two) all of Bon. at the Tahitian Cove Congress 4p.m. The day was spent practicing Puma Corda was the' scene and were preparedto
away Fred, and his titter, Mrs Frank tae Spring and Nancy Shannon auditorium. Each year the out-of-door skills taught of two Important Ctrl Scout experience the ordeal with a
time was their 50th wedding anniversary and their seven (Elizabeth) Gonccy of BonitaSpring's from Fort Myer. It was evident members Invite their employ by Senior Aides Pat Geary, meetings this put week On smile Now thai they have ....

children were together to give them a party to which who lift Immediatelyfor that the winners need not be the era to dinner. The entertainment Pamela Coe, Deny Decker and Friday Mrs E.W. Tlmherlake tied down and again visiting they with' are friend bark

between 300 and 400 guests were invited. They also the funeral in Hammond, ftrttrt doc but rather the best was a French poodle fash I Karen Hultten. and Mrs. Francis Ford attended fishing here on the isles d Capri.I .
Ind. trained adhering command. lots show. The were out Dividing Into fourgroupsthe GlIlfCoa.1 Council nominating -
dogs think that the reafctenti hereon
17 and .
have grandchildren nine great grandchildren.This Other survivors Include his The first race, "Mltty Mite fitted In clothes for oc* campers rotated among demons committee meeting to dU- .
every the island should be wipll.menltd
large family has all lived in the Akron, Ohio, mother, Mrs Florence Flelach. Creep," was won by"FredIJ.*," etilon--raincoats and boors rations of first aid,fire building cuss filling present vacancieson fur their cotfwratlim, with

area until Mr. and Mrs. Sheakley moved here a few man Marl., and Roaeanne four other Pat and sisters Carol, a cocker spaniel owned by Rod. mink coat11 and the final scene knife safety and knot tying, council committee and the iheShertrr'a Department andwtl.llngn .
ger Bennett from Fort Myer
And late this and her ; wu a"wedding conqletewlthgown Karen llultcen's fire building board. *** lo help their neighbors
years ago. summer one daughter all of the Gary area. second, "Shorty," a beagle dub
the On Monday Mrs.Roh.n Mar in time of need, Many of the
family made the second break in the circle when they hund, owned by Revs McCor. for the bride and a tux techniques proved just thing
tin end lelhelr
BRIDAL5HOWERTIlt wick Bonita Sprlngifand third for the for the em-popuisr wienie Mrs Alan Foster droveup residents tended net only
groom.
moved to Arizona fonts Spring Methodlit "LadY"a Manchetttr{ owned byBenny Ten door roast and "somemores", lunch to the Neighborhood Five own home, but these ot their
prizes were won.
Fellowfhlp. Hill was the scene Nelson from Bonita Members of 212 Include Program Level Conference, neighbor who have lilt yet re.
"WE'RE BACK, 100"Others Sunday afternoon of a bridal Sprlnga.In the second race.ftret They we re rench poodles made Paula Aunt Terri pan. Kim Mrs. Martin Joined a round- turned from the north.

who have returned to town include Mr. and shower for Miss Naomi Floyd went to "Cocoa<< ," I mixed breed, by from several wire of the members Pelavek, Annette Bremerman, table discussion of Senior Also thank should be given
coat hangers and to the residents d Naple
Mrs Roy Hilberg, Galleon Drive. They spent three weeks who on November lilt will be. owned by Mary Smith of Fort Pat Corwin, Emllle Creason Scouting In the Southwest Florida many .
laundry bags. These who were willing In help w* t.
of piaatlc
come the bride Franklin D.
Myer, second "Pet" area and
a poodle Mrs. Foster attended -
Lisa Cross Karen Chcfneux
In Lmville/ Falls, N. C. Logan of Maple Mr*. LealleBarkadal owned by Gerald had first been used as table lander, and to the Sheriff De.
Hennlng of Bo. Pat Donovan Susan Foster the meeting on the Junior
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rumbles divided the three months of Haplea ..,lilted by ilia\ Spring and third, "Lady" a decorations Dose) Folsom Vleki Scout partmenl.
program
Harris The bookmobile will be here
her mother, Mu. Virginia Mor. mlied breed owned
they were away between Glen Ellyn, III., and Buffalo, fan of Bonita Spring, were hoa. from Bonita.by KarenWarneld Jody lUll( Dada Hi ml In, Kerry next Wednesday, Oct<*>er .s, be.Iwcen .

N. Y. They wound up the summer with a week in New tease In the third race, "The Flea WSCS To Hold Knit Susan Lambert, Elaine e e e the marina,

The rttre.bm.nt table was Hup Special Are lAy, Deborah Mansfield Laura Make a notes The regular
York City, "doing" the town and The Fair. waa won by
Also Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Matson are back. When covered with a white linen cloth, ."Ho*", a Belgian Shepherd, Pot Luck Lunch Lee Martin, Pamela McCUui, monthly Leader's meeting &Is
and topped with rial and JU scheduled for next
cry owned by Jimmy Tunnock from Mutton' Cathy McMahon Tara Miller, Monday
ot the WSCS of
they left in July they went to Denver, then on to Chi- m. The color scheme of yellow Bonltaj. Mcond: "S .*," a black FireS Mvthodlet Church will hold the Mary Ellen Mills Nancy evening at T30 at the Scout

cago for two months. En route south, they spent a and pink was carried out in and Ian mixed, with Tina MeCor. ''{1'4 luck" luncheon at lljM Morris, Rita Porter Joel) House In Camber f'trk. This

week in Franklin, N. C. appointment with floral bouquet midi the owner from Bonita o'r lock Monday noon IK the f el.l TUrret, Jearmla Roo.ll.Jln- Is a MUST for all leaders
at vantage point throughout the and "
Spring; third, "Boot, a
Ice
l lowehip" Hall of the church.All Rowland Lee RU'MU.JO.
The Matsons have news of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert lieu A huge white cake adorn boxer owned by Marlene Pealy
member are urged to at.tenii anm Russell, Susan Stewart
who last winter here and now plan to ed one end of the table.Coriage from Fort Myere. MethodUt Men
Gwynn spent < a poketman Mid. Lynda Unkeleis and Sue
*, mtAt and given by The ruiwuCf winner for the
make Naples their permanent home. They leave Chicago Mrs Morgan, were presented to Derby were "HoM a* No. I, WoodUl. Plan OutlnJCt Nr reed .ire me.
tomorrow and will be at the Lago Mar by the weekend.Mr the honored gu *l, tier mother with the owner winning a bit,. s
.
..
Matson and Mr. Gwynn were business associates Mrs. W. E. Floyd and Mrs.Tom cle; No. 2, "freckle., with the Quicksandgulrksand GETS LEADER LaBclle CampMen lea .f..t.' prdste
Logan, aunt of the groom to be. owner being awarded a Timex differs from or. Drown Troop 277. whldsmenu that she nest big .4"lHe
for many years in Chicago. The lift able wu also coveredin wrta .watch; and No.l"Cocoa,'' dinary sand In that the grains on Fridays st the Scout el the First M..llllltl.lt t. ,.. '.41..1". rapal.d

And Vke Adm and Mrs. Frank W. McMahon are whit linen under a floral with the owner winning earner an. not packed together tight House has found s co-leader Church of Maples will Join with I 1\1.*.' le Ikt Mil decade.
umbrella. hand. therefore quicksand In E. Paulson and the men of nearby Mettuditchar will W. the a4dlll'-n .f
their Mrs Don
Club. usual ,
back at the Reef They enjoyed summerat bee falwrday In a Bir.B-Q
Participating In the social aotlvltle > COUNCIL OF CLUM Wt not remain firm when will be able to continue" US alibi .. the t*.*4 ef ,!.!.
the Owxim Canv
at new M Youtk
their home in Frontenac, Minn. were Mesdames Floyd The Bmila Spring Council of water gets Into It It cannot It was announced this at t.,.,
Lafielle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckett are also at the Reef Lone, Vance Strickland Homer Club met Friday night la the import a heavy weight thus program
their boat Blankenbaker, Ted Samson Rob Community Hall, will Prerident booming( / a dangerous trap Thle means II will Ik..
but for short time. brought
They
Club only a
set Heritor, Dunea Hoc**, Harry Huttenbrock prtrtdUig. '"i animal and men to twuilble le M. the pm,.
as far as Jacksonville and had aboard Mr. and Mrs. Junes Reahartf, Ray Snyder, Two new organitationa, the .J.LiJiLLLLnFOR ; f.rntr M k* .base year

George Dean, of Wellesley Hills Mass., and Mrs. Alfred Gregory Hodeun, Herb Kenning, Five Walters and the Junior Wo. JiH. f...rll. .......r. This *4-
Clarence Hout, Adolph tangling, man's Club joined the group. the Chamber of Commerce bouhwindow. .
Dean of Weston Mass. The Becketts plan to bring then RutMll Penno, Lester Neville, One advantage !'to cooperate and : iMtmtel ...114. verym.rh

boat around to Naples when they come back again in Jack Eaaton, Donald Tree, Ed. Ut project or actlvtue, thus Qt .... October 24, the Bon. OUR able le UUrUlon..
win Herridk, Mack Alrrua, J. s. Uounailng the possibility of two Ha Beach BooMers are ponaor. h. Kill I te limited etched
January.Mrs. Clad, Ben )leI_, Burton Row. aimer, or two games night, trig a bake, foul and rvmmage WEATHER ly 1 le lII..tIe.
George H. Flinn has returned to her home In an, Ronnie Ward, Tom Reahard or two major activities the//miff .&1. .la the Community Hall for SWEATER
Greenwich Conn., after driving her mother, Mrs. Dutton Theodore Harvard Robert Law. ton ld. the benefit of the Cypress Lake Se .*. era f.,.... wkal
boa, Ir Robert Uwhoa, Jr., The seasonal games algnt will D.ft4 UnUofM ,...... On the same .IH real le the ttt.r4liulndry.
with
Lilley, to Naples. Mrs. LUIey spent the summer Clareece Geckler, W alter Qregg, tart at S, Saturday, November date la the evening, the Junior Super Soft OrIon in Cable Mnl!.al let,..

the Flinns.As Earl WiM, J. C. Ton, Mama T, to which the public I* Invited, W,JIll..'. Club I* ifi naorlAg a ..eaU bare teem going

district director of eight towns for the Federationof Cole, Sam Wool..", George War. Dodo Beacft BOOM era will serve 4rce. They will have a daert Stitch the*.(" feeatant r.fle..

Woman's Clubs Mrs. Richard Jentzsth is attending field, CarrUl 'Upl...8W Piper a* attendant. East ..* the earl party beginning al lilO on Wool Knits ....la, she Tk r. t. I
,
fore Clark, and Helen Gil. meaner organUaaone will alter. Wednesday, October 21, !* their
meetings in Athens, Ga., one yesterday and anothertoday. town, Rae Wear, Jessie ate U .....inC. Tide I* the bitl Sag. ....U MW family *f vlo

They are sponsored by the General Federation of Fleming OlUe Mler, Man Re*. Council' only .oney. naklne The meet....reused enable HIM sew that are *.-*4,4 -
hard, tUmor: Sine, and the war proved to finance the building tar attending to view the int.pr Fashioned by Edinboro Knitters\ Ltd. le *e the very final
Woman's Clubs and the topic being discussed is "Com .. Mane Rowan, Jane Reahard maintenance budget 'n.med5 11111 lane Mee made ..tr fi.4 f'4 .sre

munity Improvement." from Bontta Spring; and ts a Event Mteduled for Novenu including till ew ecouMlcel cell.vi white y llow{ .MaHI.g the Push leumi

Aftw closing their Sports and Specialties Shop in Naples, Metdunee Gertrwie bat will be Ue4 periodically In and kttefcen Improvements. .o* *" )late eeleinea. Ye maybe
p&k blue
Gryphaii, Grace Jenkins, Emle that Wlr.
sets say
Rehoboth Beach Del Mr and Mrs. Robert G Frarer wentto Carton Waller Brehm, Sheila -.- --- VAX
mast ye ailed frM ,
Newport R. I., for the America's Cup Races. Then Wallace, Virginia Taylor and aim 31 thru 41 .- OEM VEER Mt'$lc i IN .
from vkfr
Mrs. Preset fort
they vacationed some more at Martha's Vineyard and Myer Ufa ere Mrs. Jame W 11ft., PresentingBEAUTIFUL TER. lilt "lk HI M /

Nantucket before going back to business and two weeds Mrs. RaDon White and Lte AM, PEWTER: PRICED AT $6.95 riJi1I Ik. lent eMaliaMe
will then and MiM Marlon Carroll tat and will lake" yes all ,II.
of buying in New York. They open Naples
from Coo Beset, Mrs. Tommy Gift in U. fii.t. leather le fame
shop the 26th Part of the summer their sat Gregory Floyd TRAVEL ITEMS ALL JEWELRYvMAtotM 's

Taylor spent with Mr Frazer's sister Mrs. Robert Dale, I. Party G."4f n......... l t 1 J ; I

and he family in Baltimore( Md. MUTT DERBY Scare up a fern frirn< Tfce Mcoid anoMl Mutt Deity Card from .
poMored br tte BotSta (frtac* Music Center
u--' .,_... .. .... 1/ yQI ."et rte /rest c eenly UoBe Clw WM UM Smvlay at. 'Virginia k
,rte, (0' a !>""d nknd .rtetios Savanna at the Kernel Cl* trait tB ) ,
l ly( .,, ,. Stec, .esr h.r, 1'L Naples l ShoppIng Center
.. "nt la Bantta wWI son tOO pre*se/ '
ny"s' r.... '4g at the ie Ml 1U
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Don't Worry About Enemies Tough, Ruthless Brezhnev:,


Qtbt Ntw -Just Watch Your FRIENDS No Longer K's Cat's-paw


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J" BY RAY CROMLEY
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1964 : .
WifchinflM C&lTeapondfntSfW.papl'r
.." Enterprise Assn
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Holland And Rogers Have Done Right By Us I' > ': ; :;j :, '4 : Ilylch Brezhne will be no tutor WASHINCTOrIEALeonid to deal with, ,: than


be maintained by the government, too. I !\ikltl Khr .hellev.
Senator Sptaard Holland and R prMnttlv Ruotin boss i Is smoother more dignified and re
This latter item is more important than The new out of
} lottM' Jump
his sltualtom
cut I
f Paul Rogers eminently d ,; llen'ed. He know how 10
,
it i
the and vote of CollltrCountUns may seem. that no longer years
I serve Support paCip he's been the man Khruushches
end 26
Both Holland Rogers are leaving But for ,
In the coming general election !ferny time he's had a job calling for a tough!
no stone unturned to secure a sugarcane has called on
not because Democrats, but admlniltrator.Brezhne .
try are
ruthless
quota for Collier County, which didn't become a Communist until he, was -5 He
because thy have done a grand job for "'" \ Khrushchev discovered him at the
will provide a tremendous boost for the 11 m.rfuttiV progress until
Collier County and will continue to do so. local In the Ukrainian' purge of the late 1930s he was
economy. SPrwhche' lieutenant. Those purges were so draq'l'
with crltl-
We have no quarrel or eager
They have been active in the county'sbehalf the Ukraine was 80 oppressl\t' that ,In
dim of the GOP of Senator and the Red rule over
opponents welcomed the ad
in many other projects, but we World War II many Ukrainians mm-,-

Holland and Congressman Rogers We feel an overwhelming majority of local I Il German armIes.
all concerned that Khrulhchebe'ame a military commissar in the
submit it Is good for When
residents of them and do
'
are cognizant along Brezhnev made major general
the Republican party has entries In these not need to be reminded.It at war 37 he and took was Breihnev chief of the political board of the southernfront

races, for without them voters would might, however, be well to men His ruthlessness shocked even tough army men
have freedom of choice In the After the war. Brezhnejoined Khrushchev's struggle f fll',,
no upcoming tion that Senator Holland and Congressman l Stalin's K had him made a secretary of the Central
I II IIUQ Ii seat Mr
election. It Is to be hoped that the Rogers hive provided Collier Court- Committee and a candidate member of the ruling Presidium

GOP will continue! to candidates eclipse in the Malenkoi
sponsor bans the very highest type of represen During Khrushchev temporary '
at Stalin death. Brezhnev lost Ins
I of their calibre. tation in Washington. They are highly BeriaMolototakeo'er Presidium post. But when Khrushchev' worked his wax task

However, no employer would consider respected for their Integrity, high ethics, I up to pert first secretary. Brezhnev' became chief p.,'".

replacing a capable workman unless and exemplary conduct. litical commissar of the Defense Ministry

there was a good reason and amore Both the Senator and Congressmanhave D IIY In 1954 Khrushchestaked his bowl political survival Expert'said on lu.
gram
proposal to create a new :
capable: workman was availableto shown high regard for the sug y the result would be a mammoth dust bowl Khrushchev

take his place. This Is lust good, com gestions and wishes of their Collier sent Rrezhnev In two years, with luck good rainfall and able
I 't OO4c Brezhnev produced large crops that astounded
mon, everyday logic. County constituents.. Both have fought the organization Khrushchev' used this success to put Brezhne\
experts
Since both Senator Holland end Rep. vigorously for economy In government.As hack on the Presidium Kazakhstan later became a dust bowl

Rogers are, In a sense, employees of a matter of fact, both have frequentlybeen predicted, but the blame fell on Brezhnev successor after

their constituents, and are doing an excellent labeled by detractors as "too con a Moscow investigation himsel.1In 'iThe i investigator who passed ludIIll'nt .
Brezhnev
lob for their "employers," It servative." If wanting to save money for 1960 was when Khrushchev out to wreck the proposed

I would be a damaging error to even consider taxpayers, and refusing to go along with summit conference, blaming the U-2 flights, he sold the

replacing them with employeeswho of Presidium on the need for a young. tough man-Brezhnev
measures momentary popularity, Is
oldi) Voroshilov
the IR0- -
to replace aging year
can not prove they are more capa. being "too conservative," then It Is to ./..N'0>:.,'. ,\gain when the Soviet space program showed signs of

ble. be hoped that other solons will try to fol. !lagging( Brezhnev' pulled Khrushchev chestnuts out of the
that this would be fire- bv helping with a series of man-in-orbd successes tsar
We submit true
I low In the footsteps of Holland and
The Best of BoyleBY t -1 1iiIIIJi which he received the title of Hero of Socialist Labon' His
i
even if Senator Holland and Rep. Rogers Rogers.In contribution organization and banging heads togetherOf

; were Republicans and their opponents all honesty, we feel the above HAL BOYLE late, Khrushchev i enemies have been growing in
1 Democrats. strength Agriculture continues in a slump Russia's position
were recommendation of Senator Holland and ; .
communism slipping Man oversea.Sovietbacked
I Both Holland end Rogers have been Congressman Rogers Is somewhat super. NEW YORK (AP) As the a drummer named Rlngo. NEW YORK AP) PIJ\ in international Communist parties is are not doing well The

zealous In their attention to problems of fluous because we believe all Collier father of a child approaching Actually, my favorite drum. wrlght Lorraine( Hansbern 1* Soviet position is weakening in Africa and Latin America

our county. They have been tireless In Countians no matter what their her teens, I have nothing but mer Is a fellow called Wolfgang critically 111. Therefore. Khrushchev took Brezhnev out as president of
party sympathy for the parent of a Amadeus Mozart. writer the Soviet Union! put him full time in the Communist party
The 34.year.old Negro
their efforts this And their
to help area. affiliation be are well aware that teenager.I that he could build
may Tracy Is full now of cor at an. ta in Unlverstt Hospital. A secretariat(organization and patronage so
work has brought good, solid results. we are fortunate Indeed to have such have a daughter named del and Inconstancies. She will spokesman said today her rondo his party following The estimate here was that within six

Without the unflagging support of men representing us In Washington and Tracy Ann, who la 11 year and tear up her room to put It In ition i' critical, but the natureof months Brezhnev would be strong enough to take over
I little more old. But all she
perfect order then tear It ithout Khrushchev concurrence
apart He did. with or
her U.ness: was not disclosed
Senator Holland (Rep. Rogers' father rep-- that we should make every effort to wants to be Is a teen-ager. to put It In less order.

resented this Congressional District at keep them there.It Everything In our life used to Recently with full considers MONTREAL (AP) Premier

the time) Collier County would not have fit her. Now nothing quit does. Hon of the drama Involved she W. Ross Thatcher of Saskatche.
would not be reasonable to
expect The dresses w* used to get threw away her childhood. She wan says his province would
e Western Gateway to Everglades Na that ALL Collier Countians will vote for from older girls that suited her picked the toy and dolls and have to ,-onslder Joining the The World TodayBy

lionel Park. He Is still trying to push Holland and Rogers before, no longer quit suit her. clothe she wanted to give to a United States If Quebec should
or even
agree She Is growing Into a pattern of Catholic charity. Her secede from Canada. JAMES MARLOWE
through an appropriation to finish the with us that they are the best men for herself that must be original. Frances, and I restrained mother her Aatocietad Press New Analyst'
the
Quebec has been scene 01
: work started at the Everglades entrance, Every week her shoe size: seems
the offices they now occupy. We haveno when she started to throw in an repeated demonstrations by a

I and with his seniority and committee argument with these people and hope to chant. obscure rubber cat. militant separatist mov.m.ntwhich despite his twists and turn, h* td'
11 old 1 bard
"Being a WASHINGTON
years AP
) The
"Why? she asked. ( -
memberships it is certain that he will wants autonomy for the warm voice an inlet tlous e''I
a ,
"
they will vote their convictions on November Urn, she said not too long ago. "Because," I told her, "that greatest single difference between .
I soon overcorrwr-opposltfon to the meas. 3. "Up to 10 you are a babyor was the first toy you kicked Frencluspeaklng ,prQvlnlft / President Herbert Ham' and" a great sense of politic
"tIe'
able !Hoover ne
was as
at least everybody treats you toes In er, who died Tuesday, and Prea.
cradleher
against
your
ure. However; a lob well done deserves that way."But your QUICK QUIZ Ident Franklin D. Roosevelt was, to convey a sense ol t hi'j i*
Maybe first child was
your ,
: It Senator Holland to a country flat on Its h"'k,
was through ably recognition. And a sizeable vote for at 11 you arent t baby might want to touch It first, perhaps thlst Hoover was more
aided in the House that till and yet you arent quit a rigid. It showed Hoover was so tired and bat.
by Rep. Rogers Holland and Collier too. In the way they '
In \\lin and litiu do
Rogers .
'
County Q-- /(/ ulll- tered that by the .mlM"" -
teen.agr. You are Just nothing looked at the little rub. fought the depression.Neither .
the Tracy
water approaches to Everglades and would be Indication of civ'is mcwv? end an assistant stayed! reach t I'<
an appreciationfor getting older. There Is noth1neWOI' bar cat without remembrance, the sdf.made Hoovernor
and widened A-The principal forcca push a chair lander him it i'u,,'
Naples deepened to
were the work these excellent public servants than being 11. but with affection, and put it Inprlz.ed heat and the born-rich Roosevelt
permit the safe passage of sizeable com have done for the It Is to There Is nothing worse than a h part of her room as abridge are gravity A expansion seemed to have a clearly collapsed while speaking.One .
area. In Its refreezing glacier historian, William I ULeurhtenburg :
human being caught own of love between genera.lions. thought out philosophy of govrnment -
mercial and pleasure craft. Barron River, be hoped that such recognition will be predicament.And moves b\ sliding, flowing and and its responsibilities. says: "No i>n"-i.'

Gordon Pass and Naples Bay channel will accorded them. do I do not joke with my "171 keep this for sure," she creeping. Neither man was an tntellec. dent ever worked harder in the
White House than Herbert
daughter too much about her
melancholy. To my mind there said.And seeing her there In her Q-In 1963, u-lni/ ins IIt1l'tIl'd's / tual. Hoover but he was never ,thin t b>
/ horseshoe pitching convince tIe, nation he s Jifi I
Is little difference between / The
very budding glory, a bloom going long tradition of rugged .
the paranoia of childhood, mid. away, I was desolated by a champion, ? Individualism and a minimumof deeply how people were suiferlng.
others die and old A-John l\1onasmilh of Yakinia. government Interference ."
age age. feeling of parental loneliness. In
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS All I try to do 1* to rescue my You only raise I human cropto WashQ the lives of Americans reachedIts Roosevelt, flexible, willing\ l to

daughter from too much self lose it. peak In the latter part of the experiment, try new idea,
pity, a danger which I think -\IVhaf\ /' I large religion; 19th entury and the early part abandon ones that didn't work,
most threatens anybody at any * * bodies; were founded in the of tilt 20th. listen to advise, as president!
I'uited Stoles became for millions the great
These were the years when
age."Oh, Tracyl Oh, Tracyl" 1 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS A-Church of Jesus Christ Hoover and Roosevelt were father of them all.

remonstrate, and try to let her MICHAEL. CHANCE, Edit-Publisher. of Latter Day Saints i Mormon growing up and maturing. Bushmen Just because\ he was flexioie
A7EDE1 know that there are deeper THOMAS HAYER. Aitociata Editor 1.i Seventh Day Ad\ent were heirs of this tradition and not bound by tradition,
face the MARSHALL WYATT Adv Manatar' its of Christ. Christian Amerl a took Its historic turn
ordeal she must along Disciples But while !Hoover sought to
.. .
ALBERT
OPOLKA Mach
.pt
t Science t UnUersalist cling to It. Roosevelt was willing away from individualism as DI.
DAVID HERMANSON. Ore DlractorPubliahad
'te way.But she is hard to figure out daily a.eapt Mondayand Church. Church of the United to abandon It. That made all the Cure.All to government reo"m i i ialblhty
? at this period of her I1f. and Saturday, In the afternoon' by Brethren In Christ.Thf difference. for the general welfare.

mine. She has 23 pictures of the the Inc.Collier Ml Twelfth County.'l'Iua Publishing' South, Ca Haplat. ,, Vet, by the time Roosevelt Out of that all else flowed:
t Beatles on the two doors of her '1... IJMO Mail addrau f Q defeated him In the 1932 elec. Social Seuclrty, labor legist' I
room, which resounds with con. lu I1r1.T.faphons. lion, Hoover had gone further In lion, unemployment pay, more
slant rocking rhythm and the .putm.nll Midway 1.1\01 for all using government resources to Ks for the unemployed. HIM.

chief reason" she likes me U that Enticed *. amend claw malts at fight the nation's economic If was the end of an era, Ro se.
NynuSeherfia she thinks my favorite Beatle 1* th. Peat Offic at NiplM, Florida, collapse than velt the beginning of a new one.Hoover .
under Act el March J. list.DIP. any depression
'. ,:... "..,......" president In history. realized it. In the last
.,: ;' <':j'. ".' The steps he took paved the speech of his 1932 campaign he
way for the New Deal. But they stated the choice before the,

fel
ii : Gail r never truly had an antldepre "This campaign Is more thane
CSf MEAIR UTEcorllvCRTATI sinn program. But neither did contest between two men. It i 1\

.u:mmI t Roosevelt before h* took office more than a contest between
off
I tautd :M Ilcdui4ll In the 1932 campaign !Hoover parties. It Is I contest between
e
a' i Lrr1WALILS
E
4 Amateur :13 Censers AfITI spent most of his tint defending two philosophies of government.
radhi :I. l'n",1 cA what h* had or had not "Our opponents are proposing
"Slow down' I e Jade French.ldngudge rtforJ!"' operator K ClUlM, T 5'OIR' D'' D c 0 don*. Roosevelt made propos.al change and so-called new deal

Today Nam* 27 Clcupan ,i 0 T! T: DI0 0 M OAT 4iIiCLI w bobbed, weaved, vacillated which would destroy the veri

domes'' bp trpeni CD 1 r w ( reversed his ground and con. foundations of our Amerl.
Naomi 28 Clausal. Indicted himself.At system You cannot extend
I I'niformilv!' II mulling I corker AID IOf1 whooping crane the times h* proposed going the mastery of government over

1 11 I ni\' meHtttrf JO Strike oai& tallest of American birds Is further than Hoover In coping the daily life o| a people, without

The slaughter of bird en the moor offspring' because of the protective colourlng. '* genus noon TIIf on the verge of extinction with depression At times h* somewhere making it master of

at this 'esnne contemporaneous with W* see no virtue In renderingour U Burnt JJ Inlltd'U'I PAS fLr: rtiD There are believed to be suggested doing less. This mad thoughts the People's" souls and

the I..publlel..d. slaughter of the children Indtitlngulihable. A frequent 34 blade SOLUTION Of YIITIIDAT PUZZLE only a handful left in North It appear at times that h* didn't But the .
!n ClarulinoMhrld: J) Rubber America It is white with understand the problem. people with so
genus perms vulgar! or bouiginli and rather hypocritical argumentfor )6 :Name for DOWN T !lap 'UmilSaJge \ black primaries measures Hoover had been berated for many of them tll-clad, ill-

parent, in the chmrii' outfitter Dally the essentially snobbish sffertstloit l<> \txouni' Athena about 52 inches long and has three years for not throwingmore housed UMed and frightened -

nllw one we pale fathers and anxlout of a school unlfurm It that It help to else (8 Irrigated I Inuprated a soUIi the astounding wingspreadof of the government's resources were willing to take the chance

mother. In what *"e iuppo one must level the nnnnclat or social) Inequalities I I" This miscue 40 Tnruort inegtr 7 feet 8 inches. It breedsIn Into the structle to on big government
cull the b.lltrIm a* gym dresses, of the children. This U non.cnse, Clothe 1 19 Canon- allbl' 1 umiuush 9 C.IH' the southern Mackenzie revitalize! the economy II. Two years ago 13 historians
ire\ Camels, blouses, football boot, today can be cheap and compiraiivcly audit 41 Fawn'n J Thick (*ikmU district and northern Saskatchewan though under him the govern were asked how they would
and all the paraphfrnall of educational elegant; and many mother with twelve 20 Mark U betH 4 PressesIO I Our mutual and winters in ascot went Into debt trying to rank American presidents. Thy
Status symbols are gathered In. and us pence can turn out a dress for aired MMcurling 4} Lair 5 \'_. uncle southeast Texas. help out. put Roosevelt among the five

Now, girl mud have skirts and their daughter that will melt envy 44 Roguish a. lioatvem (11 No bean ft seems ironic now. but the great ones along with Lincoln,
from the merely well-off. We are I democrtcy democrat criticized him Washington, WUsoa and Jeffer.
blnu.*. and whatnot, and boy need! ]II Etkimu Ice __BARBSBYHALCOCIIKAS_ not
rugby boots and ,jerseys If they must W* are for Individuality, DO'unlformll I f1e ? I' I' 1 ad hut' because he !had done too little .*".

play garnet but the need for the school ,. It I* surprising that the U Old trek. but because he had done too They. placed Hoover among
uniform, which Is often the straw that Second Economic Programme bas nothing 1411' V'h I"'f much. Their main criticism the .ve,.,*" presidents, be-
breaks the camel's or bank manager'sback to lay about the matter U It not coin Classes don't improve your and Roosevelt was the main Iliad IfcKlnUy and Taft, ahead

I.I on. that should be queitloned possible to see In Teddyboyism and I' is .\flhtI looks on a golf course if spokesman was that Hooverwas of Dsenhowor.

again In the brief 'pace between wage Btatledom a protest by youth against ) Beamed they're filled with you-know a prodigal spender. Hoover was not responsiblefor
round I I. the Khool uniform necessary drabness and uniformity? It would ben 4 I" ,1"Ii" jft Spidertt' what. Roosevelt complained that the depression> whose Seeds

I* It in any way a good thing? On which well to get this phase out of their a .mupada Hoover wanted loo much control had btttI planted at horn and

aide nf the Iron Curtain do we live* Ofail systems at school, among their contemporaries Tn* people ipko con In Washington wile at the same abroad long before .b* took of-
the which IIttl.lndlvldu.Uly.hould ,-The Irish Time : Charge time lit himself flee ta Mar -.. Il2t. had .
ages at a ::10 I' / ,, / itonily remind you of fi .re was propwingpdkies lit sin.en
be allowed' if not cultivated, allll gsa worse than the htetYour that would put nor months of blae prosperity
surely the early. yean are high in importance If I. <, l" t->; i. itt illt.At control thr. and the world toll ta o* him
OpusThe ,
Without bcnrfit of a house Magnum V iubdam Roosevelt proposed Increasing ta October.
psvchiatrltt. w* feel we could confidently publication of "Winnie file Pu" I : i'" Y IJIIJJ 19 Steered little \oungster likelycan aM to tile wwmptoyed vole H* bad been a brilliant administrator

argue a cat that the discipline some time back we such a success that aU4h tell you the whereabouts wanting to cut spending which as secretary of
of being confined In school Is sufficient St. Martin's Press .'fU !late this month J+ / .JJ SO Iap..an .h* even promised to reduce JJ commerce And being such anadmtalrtruor
without having children condemned to place before an eager public "Alicia la 11 Regional been
,. rJ' IJI JJ Ir per cent. Yet as K tuned out, might have
wear a species of convict dress. Terra Uirsbtl!" by LMdovtct Carroll. %:: ll: H.rllf'lelh'H labia It years ta office a. never enough If prtwpertty had contta-

Parent, and not even shortsighted Advance notices say a typical passage ,.. ; ., tor etch ttianced 1M budget one*. bed. With the depression h* had
on**, will testify that a* a sudden max will be, --Capul ei sbtcidite"! Regina ; (7 Limb Hoover a UMftjr friendly but to be more than as admta

of childhood, clad In the uniform pour summa voce ...damnlNOli \." 141 '/A** W D." aloof and undnauLtle nan, tntor. lit had to be an ....,...
ftit of school after hour., It 1* often nova Md nov*.-The Home tinet had seemed bleak compared with tor. And lilt ....'L
of
difficult enough to pick out one's own (Kite 1t'-"l1Dwlc. liJJ ,. hues J4 a. -_.... around all the the pencil house J you th* ebullient Roosevelt who


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Naples' first-quarter touchdown ,

SeemsTo pons. drive against the Tar- Tea Leaves


Be JellingAt Koch carried through a large e k'' e

hole for an 18-yard gain on a

Long LastBY reverse outside left tackle, and Used To Pick

Foster picked up 10 valuable

yards to the five on a similar

DAVID LYON play Billy Bryan eventually Grid WinnersBy SP RTS

Naples'slow-to-stan offense scored from three yards. The 4Llir
18-yard carry by Koch was Na

finally appears to have Jelled, ples' longest running play so far HAROLD CLAAKEN . . . . . . . . .
now that the football season is Associated Press Sport Wrtttr
this season.
at the halfway point, and future TOKYO (AP) Can )'00
opponents of the Eagles probably Morris complimented senior think of a better spot than the 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N,pl'", FU? W. (n"d,y, Octobtr 21,, I9M '
end Bus Ritchie who
decides Japanese capital to use the tea.
stiff
can expect to a
defensive workout. get In the huddle which plays the t leaf method of picking this -

Eagles will run, for "calling n weekend's college football
Coach Morris'
Jerry team the best game since I've been games? The tea here Is green.So .
rushed for 1ST yards at Punta here." The Puma Gorda con is any football forecasterwho /
Junior
High
Gorda Friday as the win- Naples
night test was only the second full is three weeks and 6,000
less and winless Tarpons of
Eagles game for Ritchie as playcaller. miles away from the scene
fought to a 6-6 tie. In action
Skillful mixing of plays
their first four games combined Just how green can be seen
was one of the reasons the
the Eagles had amass- Eag- from last week's choices, which Faces Clewiston Here
les moved the ban so well
ed a total of only 192 net yards showed only 36 correct picks In
on the ground. against tough Tarpon defense 62 decisions for a .692 average.

Fullback and Morris said. That made the season's figures
tanbarks
Billy Bryan
Donald Walker andCarter The coach also praised a fine liM910r .690. Tomorrow Night At 7:00Naples

Bryan did most of the running defensive effort on the part of Here are the next winners; I
Steve Clark and pointed out Alabama over Florida. Every.
for the Eagles though wing- body knew that Alabama had a
backs Bob Koch and Alan Bruce Harris' gameness. Harris Junior High's football ated, since football gate receipts rare
fine quarterback in Joe Namathbut
for Naples
DISCUSSING STRATEGY Thursday niKht's home are
opener
hit In the face of
was the principal source rev.
during team Its home season
Foster also picked some val- the Crimson Tide's line has opens I
up Junior coach Glenn Stanley left Davis and .
High ( ). aptaina Jerry
costs of the
a play and was a little woozy, of Thursday at 7 p.m. when it fares enue for paying Junior
uable The offensive11ne' battle
been A
surprise
yardage. a
but went back In to the game Tom Morton, and head coach Bill Marshall. Panthers will meet Cleu- a rugged Clewlston team at the high football program.

Morris. blocking said."We've was Improved after a rest on the bench. iston at 7 p.m. at the high school field. (NEWS photo) ranking Notre powers.Dame over Stanford: high school field. Clewlston's strong point is a

better Tackle Ray Ellers had his Notre Dam,'. subway alumni The Panthers have a 14.1 re. big fullback that will have to
played every cord far played all be stopped If the Panthers are
so having
troublesome knee looked chant.
at bya even those In Tokyo, are
week except for the North Fort those on the road. They to win, Marshall said
games
Miami "It's like old times. John
specialist Saturday Schoendeinst tog
"
Myers game the Eagle head to a scoreless tie with
and apparently Ellers will be Ethiopian Steals Applause Huarte blends power with pass. played ;
coach declared "With breakor
a Irish tough Fort Myers,defeated North
while the
If he his tog guiding
two, we could have stood okay keeps leg slightly New ManagerOf Ohio State over Wisconsin: Fort Myers, and lost to Cypress Secret Gator
bent. The
'-1 right now instead of -'- junior tackle, Lake. Since the Cypress Lake
Before the start of the season,
1. The have sidelined for the past two game two weeks ago, tte team Drills Lea'eFans
boys Improvedand From Yank Relay WinnersTOKYO Wisconsin was rated a Big Ten
they have put forth good games. Is slated to see action CardinalsST. title darkhorso. The Badgers has had that much time to pre. Guessing
both ways when he Is ready to for tomorrow's home open.er. .
Sat. pare
effort, and you can't ask for LOUtS AP) Albert will be darker by nightfall
much more" return. (AP) John Thorn.as Bottle, a sergeant In Emperor ( urday black and blue, that Is. GAINESVILLE (AP- Secret

"Having Bill Hartter back once the world's premier Halle Selassie's palace guard, (Finn Red) whc Schoendlenst made the, a baseball Huck Southern California over Call Coach Bill Marshall reportsthat practice sessions by the Unlverslty .

MOONEY HERE FRIDAY will mean a lot," Morris said high Jumper, leaped into the became the first man to win the field his playground for fornia I The Trojans squeak the team Is In good shape of Florida Gator foothill

The\ Eagles came within three of the 215-pound defensive gathering gloom In Tokyo's classic Olympic marathon a decade not be morethan through. physically and academically. Only squad is leading to speculation

yards of victory over the Tarpons guard. Hartter recovered from National Stadium today, twice, and did it in the fastest much hunting, his may favorite doing. Blinds over UCLA The Call two players were lost because that Coach Ray Graves is < ook.
,
pas.time
In the affair a shoulder injury played extensively matched Valery Brumel's best time ewer recorded for the 2t this winter. fornlans, spilled by Notre Dame of unsatisfactory stx.weeks ing up some real trouble for the
hard-hitting Puma Gorda. effort and once again came mile, 385.yaidt.st 212112. last week, get a second straight grades, and one of those was highly rated Alabama foe this
This Friday they hope to get against out a loaer. 4, The heavily favored VJS. The world champion St. LouisCardinals look at Midwest power. The a starting lineman.Out Saturday.

that first victory when Cardinal The e.foot.9 Cambridge, women's 400.meter relay team, named him manager Illinois defense will decide for the season Is Wayne Graves said Tuesday that the
of the club for 1965 and he said
MAY BE LOST
Mooney comes to town. Mass, youth and his old tor. with sprint gold medalists Wyo. "You Texas over Rice The Long Hartford, fasUmovlng freshman Alabama team is ranked tops In
Naples beat the Cougars last Donald Walker, kicked in the mentor, the Russian Bruroel, mla Tyus and Edith McGuire cent." know I will give 100 per horns start another winning tailback who was sidelined by a the nation in defense and that

year by 40 points, but the mouth by Tarpon starting lineman both cleared feet, l'/4 Inches In running in key roles, was upset streak with Marvin Krlstynlk shoulder Injury after playing In he was working on offensive
Sarasota school has a large who is in his third year of the Olympic high Jump. Both by Poland In world record time "1 already canceled plans togo the hero. only one game. Otherwise the lineups\ in an effort to crack! the

number of lettermen back from varsity ball, may be lost for missed at '.2% and the gold Of 43.6 seconds. duck hunting tomorrow," he Syracuse over Oregon State: Panthers are on top of the in. Alabama \line.

the 1963 team. the season Morris Indicated. medal Thomas so desperately B, New Zealand's Peter Snell, said at a press conference How did the New Yorkers ever Jury situation, Marshall said.

After Cardinal Mooney the Emergency dental treatment by wanted, the medal he wanted to the world record-holder at a called Tuesday at the Cardinal lose their opener to Boston Col. The coach listed his probable

win host Fort Dr. Frank Gore probably saved vindicate himself for a thIrd. mile, dashed America's hopes In offices The likeable redhead lege. Jim Nance and Floyd starters as ends Tommy Peel. Braves Decide
Eagles
Myers still
of Walker's teeth place finish in Rome four years the l.SOO.meter run when he laughed and grinned Lithe give he Orange a rugged and Doug Peterson, tackles Lar.
October 30, travel to Miami many upper clipped off the metric mile in through his boylsh-looklng face, one-two
ago was decided on fewer miss.es punch. ry Lee and Steve Schrimsher
Central November 6, host Se- the coach said. at the height of 7.1. On that 3:38.1 and added that gold med. but it was a new Schoendlenst Nebraska over Colorado No guard Wallace Abbott, center Today About

bring November 13, and go to Walker, a speedy 149-pound basis, Brumel won It. al to the one he won in the 800 !who sat In the front office taking matter who Is quarterbacking Scott Black, blocking back Rocky
Okeechobee November 25 fora senior tailback,hat played little Their meters. Dyrol Burleson, the the the team rolls
dramatic duel, which about his new Job. Huskers on Umurrl, tailback Bill Donovan Atlanta Movo
Thanksgiving contest with more than five quarters this was among the opening eventson lean Oregonian who waa the "It's good to have a fine ball and on. fullback Tom Morton, and wing.

the Brahmans. season He played in more this final day of track and only one of a select U.S. trio to club to begin with," he said, Georgia Tech over Tulane: back Jerry Davis. CHICAGO (AP) The Mil.

Naples employed more T- than half of the Clewlston game field competition In the 18th make the finals, finished fifth. 'but it would have been easierto Perhaps the Tech Engineers To fill the other guard post waukee Braves' board of dlre

formation plays at Punta Gorda and more than half of the Puma modern Olympic games, endedin But the .how.stealer was the take over a last.place team should have stayed In the South tlon, Marshall said he will pick tors meets today to deride

than In any previous game.prln Gorda game. A knee injury the darkening shadows of dramatic duel between Thomas :han a first place one. eastern Conference t year long. either Phil Flnley, Paul Cas. whether to shin Its National

clpally for variety,Morris said. sidelined him for the first three early evening In between and Brumel, the personableyoung "I know what the ball playerscan ir and reigned as champions. tenlr, or Monty Hackney. Black, League baseball franchise to At.
1 The United States Russian who holds the Nary over Pittsburgh A. close center moved
Blocking helped do. I know they'll give me starting was over lanta.
gamete
patterns are easen- Sophomore tailback Carter along by the best-ever showingof world's record of LSVi in the 100 per cent be ause 111 be one, with Roger Staubach givingthe from guard Benny Room,start Speculation that the board
tially the same for the T playsas ankle its sailors, gathered In 14 high Jump. giving them 100 per cent" Middle. a slight edge. ing blocking back in previous will vote to move the club was
for the single-wing plays. Bryan, nursing an Injury more ml Coach Jack Hill\ of Puma took over when Walker was Rome. Thomas, then a 19-y.ar. The 41.year.old ,
leading total to 88, Including 34 of tailback, the coach Indicated. league President Warren Giles
Gorda said his team was not hurt Friday. Bryan was not gold. Russia, with only two full old Boston University/ student, nearby Germantown contract, HI., Marshall hinted his team will announced that a league meet.
signed a
Tickets
bothered by the T plays "Na- slated to get in the game at days of competition left, has 64, was hailed is the greatest high Tuesday almost one.year'at the same For have some surprises for the ing will be held in New York

pies came back to the weak side all, and hi had not practicedlast Including 19 gold Jumper the world had ever moment Johnny linens was crowd Thursday night. A large Thursday "to further discussthe

better than rYe ever seen them week. Morris said the t, Sprint sold medal winners known. The Olympic gold med. Inking a similar pact In New Eagles Game turnout of fans will be apprecl. Mllwaukee.Atlanta situation
al was all but conceded to him.
Puma Gorda gamewua"team Bob Hayes and Henry Carr
do Hall commented. an. and take action thereon."
Wingback York to manage the Yankees.Keane .
But two Russians the winner
effort and noted things might chored the UA 400. and ,
1,600. If a franchise move Is de.ideii l
reverses to the left resigned as manager of
have been different had meter Robert Shaylakadze and Bru. Now On Sale
the relay teams to
not expected the Cardinals upon by the Braves they will
(weak) side accounted for the mel came from nowhere and last Friday, the
two longest running plays In Eagles lost a day of practice victories The time for each was finished, oni.two. Brumel went day after his club had beaten Naples Quarterback Club announces Jerry Rhome need six votes for approval
a world record 30
last because of Hurricane seconds flat from
-
Wednesday record the Yankees in the World Se. that general admission the nine other National
to raise the world
Isbell, for I the Slim 400, SiSS.7 for the 1,600. on time after time, .. Yankee Manager Yogi tickets for Friday night's Naples Takes Lead As League clubs

Lettish. football team won the The Eagles plan to work onpu.lng. 32year.old Abebe Even more Impressive to themarithon.mad Berra was fired the same day.Tuesday's -<:ardinal Mooney are on It's anybody's guess what
lint t ambert Cup, emblematic of downfleld and activities complet.ed action the league will take II the
blocking, Japanese how.
sale now it Pedro's Shoe
Fatern gridiron supremacy in one of the most unusual se.rles Grid PasserNEW Braves seek approval /foi ,>
drills fundamentals the
the usual on ever was the triumph by
Store a few doors south of
19<7 and w.. first to win second the
as they prepare for the Statistics Give loose-strldlng Blklla, who was of Mrlngs, firings and reslg. Kwik Chek. franchise shlft.In the past,
in 1961 Athletic Director William nations to In base YORK National League has qutikh
the surprise of the 1960 Games ever occur (AP) Thanksto
B. t.rckubsosched both learn Cardinal Mooney game. Reason Alabama ball. Before the season started a record smashing perform. approved requests which included .
when he ran barefoot over the
_______
Aplan Way and won the classic the Quarterback Club proposedthat ance last Saturday, Tulsa quar- the move of the same Braves
ea eree ree aerae. Leads Conference test of endurance Columbia l'nvenily' has four general admission ticketsbe terba k Jerry Rhome is off to from Boston to Milwaukee, the

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) football teams varsity, Junior sold In advance of home the fastest start of any passer in Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los
Statistics tell why Alabama (Continued on page 7) v.rHllv, 150-pound nj freshmen games so ticket-buyers would major college football history. Angeles and the Giants from

I leads the Southeastern Confer not have to stand In long linesat New York to San Francisco,
POSITIVEPROVEN Figures released today by the The American League his
ence and la rated the third best the gate Just before the
college football team In Amer NCAA Service Bureau show that denied shifts in the past. Bill
Houk Yanks games. The high school agreedto Rhome has completed 86 passes Veeck was blocked in efforts to

ica.The Crimson Tide leads the Engineered follow through on the sug- for 1,053 yards and 15 touch. move the Browns out oi St.

SEC In total offense, ru.hlnlof. gestion.Tickets. downs in leading Tulsa to three Louis and recently Charles O.

tense, rushing defense, first wnet on sale this victories In four games, Finley was stopped in an ,it-

downs and scoring defense morning and will be availableup tempt to pull out of Kansas UU
I Kentucky is tops In passing Hiring Of Johnny KeaneNEW to 5 p.m. Friday.'Vallace All three categories start representthe Atlanta Is so positive It will
strongest
any passer ,
offense and Auburn moved I get a major league team thai has ever made. By adding 95
ahead of Alabama In rushing $18 million civic stadium nan
defense. The Florida Gators, YORK (AP) In hiring so long, being liked by everyoneand yards rushing as Tulsa Rhome crushed been constructed
LoulavUle 58.0
who challenge Alabama In Tus.caloosa Johnny Keane as manager the knowing all the players Butts also The big factor in a move is
Saturday, are No. I In proud New York Yankees have would help him."Looking took over as the nation's leaderin broadcasting rights. In Milwau.kee .

I PROGRESS pasalng defense and scoring of. gone outside their own familyand back now, 1 can see Enters Hospital total offense with 1,148 yards the Braves are rut off! to
That
too Is record
a start.
fense. turned to a seasoned pilot In where we were wrong. I believe the south by Chicago, to the j

Figures released today by the tradition of Joe McCarthyand now that managing a team on ATLANTA (AP) Former Other Individual leaders are east by Detroit and to the :'

SEC Commissioner B ern I e Casey Stengel. which he played was a handicap Georgia football coach and athletic Stanford's Ray Handle in rush. northwest by Minnesota. I

Moore show Alabama has The new Yankee manager, a to him. It made things a lot director Wallace Butts en. Ing for the fourth straight week Atlanta's geographic situation

gained 1,841 yards la five veteran of 35 years of baseball tougher for him. 1 honestly tered a hospital Tuesday for a and Mississippi's Frank Lam. opens the entire southeast ti'

games for an average of 129.1 warfare, combines the quiet but think Yogi la better suited In his checkup after he became ill bert in punting for the first radio and television rights,

per game. Florida Is next with firm discipline of McCarthy and present Job (scouting). He has while driving from Macon to time. Rhome, of course, leads In which tne run into the millions J
1.21S yards In four games. the patience and daring of Pen.rel. not been hurt financially TheYankees Athens. passing revenue. ;

have _a warm spot la f j
Like McCarthy and St'ncel'K.an. their testis tor him and we

enjoyed many years of hope he will be with us for a
THEmq. success In the minors before lone time"

getting an opportunity\ to man. Houk said he had several

age In the big leagues. Again other candidates in mind to

CqphmG like McCarthy and Stengel, succeed Berra but decided on
Keane received his major Keane the minute he learned

league baptism elsewhere be. John was available.

fore being tabbed by the peren. Keane was manager at Oma.
II. don IArrnaFlorida's
alai American League chant ha when hook directed the Den. 1h'

plons.bi ver team in U511.5an. Each 71i
AND won a league title. Houk "ame
agreeing to a one.year i
up to the Yankees as a roach In
the oi term Tuesday aa Yankee nun.:
future is COUNTRY
brightest ager, the St.year.otd Texan 195$, and was promoted t<' man.

all Southern States! CLUB succeeded Yogi Berra, who had ager In 1M1. Keane adiai -ed to r e r
the Cardinals coach 159
as a in
taken leader.
over the Yankee
with the lestAciLmis ship last year without any pre. and succeeded Solly Hemus as
needed
Proven to
leadership assure manager In July of 1961.
sinus managerial experience.
continued: growth and prosperity for _f U Although not as lorereful as
This tack of experience, to. Houk, Keane has proved more

our great state 'In Southwest Florida gather with the fact that he was than. once that he ,ai be tough
taking over the reins of a teamon when the occasion demands.

for Country Club which he had been one of the Like McCarthy, he is quiet,
and for this guidance we
LIVINGGOLPINO boys, proved to be Berra's serious and determined ti have
look toHAYDON undoing. thing done his way with/ little

General manager Ralph fanfare or showmanship,
{Y
Houk. who engineered both "I ran be tough if needed he
II Mt ClM..e .MtU**. teMtrtiM See *taf. move, admitted this in a cafe said. "Ball players have a "right\
did discussion following a giant to do things to relax. But If they

BURNSfor SWIMMING press conference. replete with let out of line, I sever found one
AAU KM peal IV a 401 1 W oak newsreel cameras, television who wouldn't agree that a little
te .h eu.kswM ........ lights and a battery of nk-ro. change might be to order."

phone Keane laid he had been ...

HOMESITES "we really thought Yogi sand by Houk thai he would be DOWN f.OES HALFBACK l HumId Kmcht Pinellas Park
TW .mMtt.--m ew ...l ball ,-am'"'
i U. would make a good manager," |a complete charge, would be after hi \I''lnl'/I< ft' f* \ the
tot tie tort C_'m Ctoe MSMI \ ear in fourth quarter aUllllt) Shadow
II Mthftt tl.n& Houk gaud "Lots of people given a tree hand la appointing lat tt idiat:. at t "', aI'hout field Saturdax )Malm th.
t rkie
thought It was purely for public his coaches and would be toe. >\ *
GOVERNOR Jem C'lokslcN 'off. .a.,'.' and for
dtnal'orkhorM the
Tae far et Seeee he4 relation purposes. That was suited la all trades."That's East Naples
raol 'ltt..01 A4 **. IM .l part of it, aaturall But w. coated confirmed \ ,uth v.''IHJAII Pmclliis Park won, 31-0 Wildcats) w ill fnrn

PHONE Ml I M1 figured having been ir baseball Houk. V..I'' il. k,> tls!, s. -U ula, ;> .,.fternoon NEWS hltNHS *

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(Continual from page 6)) SECRndup

Just u Germanya decathlon Utility Groups
winner Whit Holder diverted

attention from UM team stnig.glc .
between the fjhtt*, Plates Earned Too MuchMIAMI

and Russia Tuesday *o did the
onetime barefoot runner from (AP) Two Florida
Ethiopia capture tile imagina. electric and telephone companies
than of tile maratbon.mad By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS earned tMS million more
nese as be beceng. the first Jape mac The toes of linebacker Pete than necessary in the last five I Ir It It
ever to win the classic Olympic Dickens for the season and the > ears, a rut analvtst: Ud Tu<>s.
vent twice. death of hi* 19.year.old girl tar..!

The dark-sklnned athlete friend has put the Georgia foot lie raid uHifiuner rates should k
wee
ball teem at low l
u1. .uapr.w a tile preview ebb. >p "'\\11 i iArnold
Olympic when he charged bare "We didn't have a good pros F H. Hirsch, a rat f\.
foot off Apian Way and won In tics," Coach Vlnre Dooley said pen hired I hthe ell) of( MI..Illd.i i 1
I960. But Mi time. wearing Tuesday "The team was nat. Issued a 58 page report to > lr,
hoes, he was among the favor. rally down after a great effort commissioners which said t K i.
Hes as the 68 runners set against Florida State and the Ida utilities were getting moi I r
the Hat course that started out on loss of Dickens probably had a than a "fair reluin" on their !in.
ended before 60,000 and great deal to do with the low i::: -Iii vestmenta.Hinch .
people
Olympic Stadium. In the morale "Well have to have an. : said Florida Power JUKI
Leading other great effort for Kentucky Light Company and Southern
he rambled almost along all behind the way If we're down against them FLORIDA SF.CTO\! .' A nett 1 tart "ulcht at > 1-: .,, h t' !ul> and Bell Telephone/ and Telegraph

wedge of whlte-helmeted motor.a they'll push us all over the elf-ited offims" tin the r"niin ). M ai" Fli' ''n1\ I I. ft .11. 1 It.ink T I :SpruKrll.\ I company operate behind a "fa.

cycle police through a throng field." nominatitiK ih.iiirnaii" ; M 111"I. .istilln rice pl'(>sld'l\t \MMIIM \'l'twn. cade of regulatory supervision"
estimated at 500,000 that lined Dickens was Injured In the LE'a Friesmireritt president' northern .ecti"n : Janus Jatkson secre Rates of both utilities are set b\

the 26 mile, 385 yard course same auto accident Sunday tar)' ; Bill Miners, president : Dunn\ ('11111111'11)1'110>. honoian" piesidfiit the state public uttllU..comrnl.

winding through Industrial and which killed his girl friend, and Ray Daley, view prrvldrlit ,to 'th"l'n i Si itmn Bill Tinder. tivasun-i. slimHirsch
Mary Jo Carey of ClarkesvlUe said Florida and
Power
residential sections near the site was not present for photo ( Mi'G rath photo )
of the Games. Ca.Elsewhere Ught received an 8.18 per cent <1)\1,1\1'1 i | ; ( \TIONS i are in order, for \\illiai.M .

He came In with a time of 2 In the Southeastern ._- return in I"'. He sell !thj* was M: I :N.i \I. \ ,1111\\| li, who has lust In-on tmnu'H 'M.n: Ii
hours 12 Conference, Kentucky workedon about 2 per cent above average, ili.
minutes 11.2 seconds II limit' litnk".it the Ranch Club The ken
fastest pass offense and defense, line casket will be taken to National/ and based on these figures, cues
the man has ever COY. LBJ To Attend NY Rites ;.iPI'dintM nt \\ Rill minmiiiot'il bv, Al CIOM, I
ered the distance blocking, end play against Airport for a night to Iowa city. totters were entitled to a rater I gill.
Earlier gold medal winners Georgia's spllt.T and option From there a cortege will t reduction this year between".IJ imui.iHii: i" .p..f( the club. .. ( tIit( ;.i.itli photo) .t )

Bob Hayes and Henry Carr plays and kicking offense and it 10 mile to West Brunch, million and fSI million. *" 'U .

anchored the United States to defense Iowa. Southern Bell customer, he
expected triumphs In the men's Florida continued to work be. For Ex-President HooverNEW On a grassy knoll ovei looking I add, should get a reduction nf Cites. Organization
400 and 1,600-meter relays, both hind locked gates In getting the two room cabin where Hoov.ci $M million for the current' yea
ready for Alabama. Coach Ray wa* born, graveside MIMCM i Officials of the utilities de.
In world record time YORK AP) Plain cltl-
( 48
.
hours amid the lint...
By .
But Peter Graves, who plan complete ... are scheduled for 2140 "+.m. dined immediate comment
Snell the master tens and public figures joined
Including exclusion Romanesque grandeur of the CST. A list of 3 811 friends If Isbell Had Hit
middle distance roan from New recy of today in paying last respects to nearly half.centry oJd edifice, oil pending! examination of the re
Zealand dashed American sports writers until the team former President Herbert eaguee, government leaders and I port. ,
guarded by an honor detail
leaves for Tuscaloosa ao tales baa been
Friday invited. IllrsohaddPP4lLservires590
hopes In the 1,500 meters and a Hoover. from
all the armed service.
said he was trying to cook up Detail were worked out more communities in Florida. Last
world.record breaking team Among early arrivals at st.Bartholomew's
A steady stream of mourners
an offense to crack the tough than a year ape he said the hades
from year
Poland company We
upset the heavily church were filed Into the church and past Were Set KehoeHurrttane
favored VJS. ..women' 400 meter Crimson Tide defense. United Nations Ambassador Ad. the closed Finally, surrounded on thr 349,436 customer In DadeCoun.
relay team on the final day of Alabama drilled full agreed on lal Stevenson New York Sen. casket. sides by evergreen trees, amid ty alone who paid 190.8 million
track and field competition In goal line offense and worked Jacob K, Javlts, former Post. The tribute will be repeatedon corn fed seared by autumn, for service. hllt'U had a couple The average Collier C "irtij I '
these 18th modern Olympics, hard on the Florida game plane master General James A. Far. Friday and Saturday; In Hoover' body will be consigned Southern Bell operates eight ol gad point*, cording toCmin. probably was unatrui ol' Hi'
The men's relay victories "We haven't been real sharp ley and State Department proto Washington in the Capitol rotunda to his native soil. From Callfor. states beside Florida. Hiram Ii) Civil Defense Director Tom i Mil/atlon work whliii lunch"n.-. '
boosted the United Stat...' gold mentally and physically on the col officer Jay Rutherford. where assassinated Presi. nla to lie beside him In eternity said Florida rate were com. tn> Kehoe"UtUing. hiring Istwll. Keh e levAalcolong '
medal total to 34nmatchlng the same day this year. Many who passed by the flag dent John F. Kennedy was hon. will come the body of his wife.Beginning pared with the other state and the short UM number of triumph. In Rome Tulane Coach Tommy O'Boyle draped coffin were workers ored last November and whereIn at noon Sunday all a review of company bales point," said Kehoe "wa the lay In the operation. AS i'ivii Bi
The men won 12 track gold said unbeaten but ranked from office buildings In the vl. April tribute was paid to On. tnlliUry Installations will fire showed a capital structure that limited amount of damage ate tense. iii i f<./I or, KeW sail i ipervinalU ,
medals compared with only ninein Georgia Tech could be the> cinlty of the church In mid. Douglas MacArthur, the great Il-gun salute to the former was "palpably unrealistic, 1m. caused In the county In rum.purlKin and all Collli'i, c II'i'
I;SO. toughest defensive team well Manhattan. warrior who once served u president. That evening alter prudent and uneconomical. with Donna four years Hank owed oacMndlvtdu.il Jii"i iranlillon
Hoover's Army chief nf staff. flag come down, the gun will Hlrsch said Southern Bell' s o" .
America also got some med. meet all year. At 9 ..m. EDT, the huge ( it 'hilt thank! '
als from Its sailors and boxers Auburn had some cheering bronze doors of St. Bartholo On Sunday, Hoover will be salute !Hoover GO times once for rate of return, due to Its com. Kehoe eM(mated damage In lie Muted) anlistnlev.J..i 1 1 1..,.i 1.
and Increased its leading total news when Coach Ralph Jordan m... '* Episcopal Church on burled in his native Iowa, In each state In the Union. plea ownership was difficult to private property at round |20,. wmkcff. who r.>i"'irtiul, n l i iDefence
to 82. Russia closing fait and said that AU.America quarter Park Avenue swung open and quiet and simple dignity American flags around the determine. He suggested that a 000 and the estimate of damage Ilu'adquaiavr< i '. <
with more of Its strong events back Jlumy Sidle, who has public homage to Hoover be. Hoover died at 113S a.m. world have been at hal f.ataff by fair rate would be t per cent a to putillr utllllle was set al $10,. phone and i aillo lt.'rar'I.. '
yet to come, now has SB, includ. been hampered with arm injuries Tuesday at the age of 90. His direction of President Johnson year. 000. insurance companies paid attempt'. in. name, Bath iiuiui, 1.1,
log 11 gold.Hayes since the opening came. aD. gan.His body will lie In state for gallant old heart gave out be. since shortly after Hoover' He said the average rate of out alxiiit 'I .OOOOOO) to Collier would tie an ImponMHe ma*
the burly Floridian pears to be fully recovered:Jordan .neath the burden of a final ill. death.A return to Southern .U'lflorld. Countlans following Doiuta'svUlt said Katie, "but even) rolimlat,
who solidified his claim to the said Sidle probably will ness that began Saturday with a 30.day period of mourning operations, from 1939 through to the ciMinly. i has m1> thank"
tag world's fastest human with tart Saturday against Mlsslssl. Announce Plans massive Internal hemorrhage was decreed by Johnson who 1961 varied from a low of 9.97per Second iw the list of 1111'\ He reported that 21 muni) em.ployeea ,
a gold medal in the lOO.meter ppi Southern. He passed away peacefully and declared "We have lout a wise cent !lo a high of 7(2 per good.. points was the demands she. I! were patrnUlnn 41 .'vr I
dash, took the baton some three 'Tennessee continued practice For Taking Of Ag painlessly in a deep coma. American and the world has cent. He said total excess revo.nuee placed uiMm the Civil DpfenaeorganlMtlim I yards behind on the final leg of on Its kicking game in prepare Born In obscurity, the first lost a humanitarian citizen of amounted to '13.1 million. "Take for In. 'before during and aftei' I botiThr
the 400 relay and won by two tlons for Louisiana Mate Census In CountyPlans American president from west all mankind. lie lived a full and Hirsch said he didn't think the stance,"' said Kehoe, "the tent > were III o\hl..ie.', i tgial.e I. ..
yards In world record time of 39 Coach Charley McClendon was of the Mississippi was a mining useful life, and we are all dee. public utilities commission was our new system underwent.une i bnnuikdee 11""" III
seconds flat well pleased with Louisiana for taking the t 1984 Cen. engineer and a seLf-made mllllo.nalre ply In his debt." doing a Job In the best public Donna the while .y.emi.11 organ., war .9, Mere, usafarni, u
Paul Drayton of Cleveland State's two-hour workout and .us of Agriculture In Collier when he turned to public Among Irlhiit** pouring In lntret. He suggested the ,ov. Union and cimmuulcatlone. han 'ory Shorn, and <4hei 'i 1"' a
was the leadoff man on the had special praise for senior County were announced today by service. It fell his lot to be In with new of Hoover's passing ernor be given the power to appoint been revised. Istwll demawlml'I the r'Slit S "Our rnmm' "i it '" ,
team that broke the record of guard Reml Prudhomme. John Hooker newly.appointed the White House at the onset of were particularly poignant ones a board nf review to watch that the new i 11111I111 l l I. i ieriileil', I I)"om wnikml itfifu.ilKehoo ,I .
39.1 and reclaimed the title the "Frudhomme worked harder census crew leader for the conn.tr. the Great Depression and the from the two men who now are dog the commlaslon. and eveiythlnc unctloned |..r.1
United States lost on an Illegal and looked better than at any electorate turned him out la the only living former American The city commission took so .feclly." Addwl this msliiiimunUatliHih \ .1 ,.
baton pass Inl;SO. time since he has been at LSU" The job will be done In three 1932 after only one term politically Presidents Democrat Harry Immediate action on (he reprint wore id" "' 01 ,

And Carr, the 200-raeter gold McClendon old "We got a lot states, the crew. leader said. discredited 8. .Truman and Republican Sheriff' (Dai>ai1mmit n In. In,
medal winner from Detroit ran accomplished and had plenty of First wilt comerecruitraenl and But with grace w'c: vigor Dwight D. Elsenhower. after the successful: election of City Says No way 'ulriii', jiidtho CUI' I! It ,
the last leg on the l,600.meter hustle o.MIs.llllppl. training of enumerators to count Hoover in private regaineJthe Truman, M, 1* recovering a Warren( 0. Harding, opera4ors. .
quad that established/ a world Coach John Vaught all farm in the county. About esteem that circumstance Kansas City hospital from Inju. In 1928, Hoover was elected Sledding hv at all """" I '
record 3:00.7 and beat Great had his team working on pass one enumerator for each ISO had cost him. At his death he rlet suffered in a recent fall president, defeating Democrat On Child Care .<|Mpnti was a revered elder statesman, He wired Hoover' ''1 .. H I" '' I I.., .
Britain's team to the wire by'defense farms will be needed. const Alfred E. Smith In a bitterly tncfcl If M." dry w I
some live yaras. Coach Paul Davis of Missis.Ippi Shortly after November 9, the respected even by the bitterest was deeply saddened by the fought campaign, Home Business MaurcMi' HervlFlurlilu ">. .I" "I ,
The girls however were State shifted' Buddy Hod. Bureau of the Census, an agency of his old political foes. passing of your father. He was Seven month after hIs inaugrallon (MIIIIC i 'Minim'*.' < .
distinct disappointment. With a gas from right to left' halfback of the U. 8. Department of Com. Hoover was a Quaker. But It my good friend and I was his the nation plunged Into Nile City Council voted this.
sprint medal winners Wyomla replacing injured sophomore merce, will start the se and was at St. Bartholomew' that President Hoover was I devoted the great depression. For this, morning to "deny a humih4>ri.'"".. I(1.11I/ > < l 111M :il i I
Tyus and Edith McGulre run. Marcus Rhoden, the team' lead. stage by mailing agricultural the funeral was held for his public servant and he will be the public blamed Hoover, al. lion licence to Mrs. Joseph U The Am.M.1.. M. rid I Ion 1 I .,
fling In key roles, the United Ing scorer. census questionnaires to all rur. wife, the former Lou Henry, forever remembered for his though his defenders said no Mallard who has hash nuiduct.Ing the )fA ,Shim iarlliw I
States was a heavy favorite to al boxholders In the county. This who died 20 years ago of a heart great humanitarian work" man could have withstood the a child-cere l>ulne*. 'n! tie at arulnnlw'.m'I I '"
duplicate Its triumph of I;SO. will give farm and ranch oper. attack From Gettysburg Pa., Elsen. adverse tide that engulfed him hMtie al 141 14th Averts South iMinen were j'toinlili'Til au I .I n I ," I
But a world record perform. Relay Team store, who are required by law From 9 .... to I p.m. today bower, 74, Issued a statement Breadline grew, the nation's Protests from ms i 'iimiinx ( 4Hill II, tip ('nitfilhl I
nee by Poland in U.8. to fill out the forms, a periodof and again on Thursday the which eaid In pent factories! fell Idle, and unem. neighbors innrently iuriu.nredCewdl "ll>*l> hunt lllltHlliUI, '' Ii
produced the upset The United Gives time to consult their records pubUc was Invited lo pay its "II* has by his great service piny men t, hunger and fear In nuking Us de<..li.lim. I ml thriKiilMxil' the ,sill. J
States was second, some three CreditTo and fill In answers to the ques. respect to Hoover, who at 90 earned the gratitude of Americaand gripped the land Two adjacent prartv wiwrn for Any Minniininty' : .
yards backIn43.9. thong year and two months lived the entire free werld. Everywhere Against this grim ba< ktround, were retirenerted; bylawvnriwhnpiie I Civil tfxnM 1"11"11' I
Snell, the New Zealander with Bob HayesTOKYO In the final stage, enumerators longer than any President save he wa known a* a Franklin D. Roo..v.ltI.d\ little this.. worrtng, .aiiil two. nth. II' emergency 11.,11..1 I
the killing kirk, won the preitl.glous will visit each farm In the roun. John Adams who died at the friend of humanity Mrs. Claen. trouble defeating Hoover in er peachy owner ale u nut' sit ed. m' truck not cowl I I.1>'
lsoo.meter run by some (AP) "Give all thi ty to collect the questionnaires age of 90 year and S months.At bower end Jofn the nation In 1912 and of M'nlng their ofeertli.s.Mrs. Tho ily pen nf thin ii/I..!. .
IS yards and was going away credit to Bob Hayes," said Gerry At the time of this visit, the 4i30 p.m. Thursday there grieving for the lose of a man critic control of the White Mallard nee tales rtnc ho, iitil! equipinmii, "MMiilillnn I ,,. I
from the pack when he finished Ashworth the second man enumerators will help farmer will be a brief memorial service who has meant so much: to tl* House. fen young children at nlgM whoiieparent ( rut* whlrh annul t I.

In an excellent 3:38.1 Hut's the four.man UA 4oo.met"r.lay or complete answers to any qu... at 6t. Bartholomew's, including RepuMk and In whom we gave Hoover was only the ... met are srnplnyed| luring pupil ixiiiiiunllv, tlo 411'1,' .1. I
just 2.S lions the farmer nave had the CDlscoaal braver. for the of one ,0 f eqierta/rf III,It lit I II b.,
seconds off the world team that broke the work may dead 'pr..idtn plans our deep affection and adml ra. president' the century to t* nighttime hours.Otijerlur .
record established by Austra. record in the Tokyo Olympics difficulty with Enumerator visits Johnson tton." defeated after' one term The eiinte Ml lIa'. Herb Elliott when he won Wednesday with a 39.0 clocking, are scheduled to begin In this to attend. Sen. Barry Coldwaler "-Pub. other was William Howard 1tft, eratlist't a cMliMar. isirinsvs Area (ivtl Defense w.iMtlw -
In the 1960 Games. "lie got the stick three county In November. Cnumera. By request of the family, Itean presidential who later became Chief Justiceof to 'rs. Mallard' ,...?* tie"p. .me in i'ir \>'tl '''' r., The time yards tors will take about three weeksto there will be no choir aeeom.paniment. candidate the United Sale Tart' h<., aid he had 'IItr1llIm. ',,' ft
translates Into 1:55.1 behind at least," said Paul BI.b. oiled Hoover's death a swore cue the alngli ,,nillv l.-otul"
for a mile under an arbitrary bins, the third man. complete their work the crew Organ music will be feted loss to the world pro. Hoover In .s president llChb"rh..Jd Mf. Mallard the tiwierjil (.''rfillc n'\p'' formula of 17 leader estimates.The played instesd. Admittance will and to she IIv... ', *,. r.,ll.. lnMriirii). Iron I 11\\ (K
adding seconds to 'Oh. I got off a good pass to him (he cave. of individual freedom Whatever bitterness n* tore puhssi near "
be by iavUatlon/ .. .
arrive at the equivalent for troll. well It was Census of Agriculture Is only and dignity M an empty 1-4 ,,wNd'.anmer. fet* Heedquarter
a perfect pass, ikroutiwut the world.' with him from the While ll On
.. Josef OdlotU Crechoslo. but it was up to Hayes to do the taken every five year In the Friday m rnlnfoo"r'. "Herbert Hoover embodies: Hoover onceeled. He had mile lal, and, there. U idler "tii.mercul "?tens are other ,'4n*
with In "4" and "9" to body will travel by train to iirli/ .4t'd d nth way >>i o stall, I
was second and John rest years ending and came to symbolic the UM for the Roosevelt adminin.tritlon. |>n*>*rty rwaitiv *< thrutheni .
Davies of New Zealand third. And Hayes, the world's fastest gather up-lo.ete Information on Washington there to lie In stale finest principles. and qualities But after World Wai II. ..( (hinge .i the 'riiinllre sat Jlingetiiui the ''non..< w i
in the
Dyrol Burleson, the whippet. human who grabbed the 100. the nation's agricultural resour. Capitol rotunda. The for which our country stands Hoover became at PresidentTruman 8t t lout eumnmrdal lean Oregonian who was the meter earlier In 10.0, tying the ell and production.Such Information Station President for plans to be at Union OoldwtUr said in a statement. '* request the heed <>< forti'i In v"if dirn i. 41
only one of a hlghly.regarded world record said "1 I* vital) In making decisions the arrival. commission to seek GriD IDEA: Bl'T- Kerioe.l'T1i.
just
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VA squad of metric milers to all I had. I wanted that one.gaveit I affecting many segment of the At lOiM ...... Sunday, the Hoover served In World through governmental reorfinl.aallnn. econonr. Mrs. Casey Miller rend Mu. .auik.In the 15W1"I'',, it"
make the finals, finished fifth in wanted it bad." UA economy. Data gathered In. War I as organiser for Amer.tee's lie headed a MIoweDcampaign Mallard "1tu a fliw Well, I 3t40 flat after being boxed Inmost Hayes hurled the baton high elude the number and slie of mast relief of starving slang these line fur I dmt know wnel location. w.juM t In gu Into 5ttlnro i( nn. 9>aU
of the way around on the In the air as soon as he was farms, acreage and harvest of Amateur Radio ..rOf"'III.'ilt President Eisenhower, and is be mM tI.,.." for tilt ptrtletdr the iiecaalun .rl.e we kn;w
final lap safely over the finish line. crops, livestock Inventory Information Operators Elect fed more people and credited with saving the nation type. (I......... Mrs. Miller also we are ready."
Ashworth and Paul Drayton on farm equipment end saved< more lives Man **y other st lead n blllon a year. iee.lld that. Council bed acted
Thr Phillies, gained a 12-6 who ran the opening leg, madea belittles, farm products sold, McBurney Head !Hoover's man In history," Nell MttJVeil, |a INS, Hoover' health twfan sane h. ag" to I**"* hoIII. 3 FloridiansGet
stiff in National LtiU aanwt good baton exchange In the and ese of fertllliers, Insertl- cleee friend and longaasaeute to fall. An operation for aMoml. oecupslion' Ureneee mdy In herd
with the Cub this year. final rides, and herbicide. Uoyd D. "Mac" McBumey was I sM after the death nil cancer was Mlowed by ship (5115.hire. .
elected president of the Naples 'of the man whom associate* anemia, sieges) ol Internal Mallard retiehad. an Awards For
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called "Tbe ....
Amateur Radio Qub at a meel. an aero. bleeding, S kftoer .hemerrhtfeand okUtlmtal room iron on to her
tog of the orgaaiaatlon held Man. lade dating back to the grim ttifittlorr Infection, for Howe "to give UM children a
-SAl (far evening at tilt City Hall. day when Hoover etttwredstrkken the east 17 mantae he. halt t>* nronflned decent place tt steep" eke toil Acts Of Heroism

He succeed Armon Morgan.. ,Belgium and other war. to his Waldorf Towers Council.. CMy Maaa r VUtee PITTtDVKOH AF) Tiles
revised afto .
e
Named vice president was IvmH. vlte.. Woud aM RtriMUg f* .rt.eM rlorKHM* hive 'been ,.It... it.
Son of a mil4ow Mack
AIIde r... Reverted r.u..r.rer smith orphaned at the age of Hoover' final Illness .began records skew IM i perwir wa.I..uad iris irf heroism in ,saving was Frank Laipeta. abruptly last aterdey with a tot a rlnrMiM'inw ad4UMM live*.
BIG HEAVY TERRYTOWELS Hoover I, and amassed no stranger to poverty, massive hemorrhage of the to reeds.*ce, UtMwl men. BranM II' d a I v and ,t'
a bristle cell
The Amateur Aidto ciufc will ntoniach and ""elf..1 *"*. elms of hriw the faun wu io awsHe e..!. were scalded '
meet c* die third Monde "t mated at ft ntlllton a* a yeuAg .... be weed.During.
Po4e*c ineeded has M' I. the Carnegie tieri i 1'.11I4' .nmlMtaet .
each mo*** at T09 ,... m thrCiwiwU mining engineer.m stream s* his crfan failed o>itMs the dtscneeKin, Mr*. to Miami fireman Ot.n.1 .
Wend War I activitieshrougtt
Room at CWJ Hall' Per .torn NHmailia heart tegac to II tter. Mallard saM aM kit mi llIt_ 11 C;. A<|irfUa Jr., ,., and 10.
sea trtereetH to snuieur alien His personal physician" l r.MKhsel lie* al cartRt I'" dcyendetii tN I. yeaiM Dejrrtus W. Dumpus, ifl
ton
and M entered priltl M
"Ham" radio are invited to ai 1921 of J. Lepor.111I"11'ed dre*. If cane we permuted I'. .ar' raft ne 4liiiJr trim Ot*.
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a secretary commerce
end. Ho ,ver'c death with hiwmeiMce < do M, car Attorney D"nd&pl' Wf.h.
he had wrttlen on n'lclstalionarv. < lei said, Mr ntrett.. wi.iM They were redltetj will!> *$rMg <
1.00 R reads Nisi Older strict Male r* ula. the lives at five persd3fr

"P.sldertboner/ died, Ot. HeM re4s>.rltlC a finesse ant e tfr"wniitg when ':yptuncX
20 1944 time IItU ...." periodic ,seg'MAlu.s. MM', 'U* Tjjntami aiaJwe

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8 COUNT HW, N plw, "la, Wtx4t/q. O,t.k>*r 11 I. 1964 Chamber. Power WithRestraint Burns, Holley r


lOiititiiulril.! fn in |>ntf'* 11 t tcusilon

force: main large enough meet t trecrements at The meeting It was

Council will reaoh about proposed that Council take two Calling Each
.
.
.000.
weeks to further study the contract -
Car Manager Vise Wood then ,
BusinessCity brought up a...... of out. contents as proposed by yAt
the Clumber. .,.If!f pointed, out ? r liar'TALLAHASSEE
dated ordinance which are nut Other
with tda arT'sdvenisln! : campaign"should
keeping pace rapid growth LBJ
Council this mon ing and suggested a review. He referred have l lel'1IYell ,mater i.tli Policy -
agreed to study "unsound sound to no requirement for way at this time, dud" further (AP) Flor.

ordinances" following a dls. sewerage la new subdivision delay should be avoided. li Ida's two candidate for guvei.
suasion at request for installation and the type of roads" requiredby Council, upon 1'fairs [liiitslence t AKRON, Ohio (AP) re nor have called each other liars.:
of music loudspeaker ordinance. dent Johnson said today the They did It Tuesday as thedtrMite

on Fifth Avenue, South. Gus Shore Blvd.,built on spec opened the discussionand overriding foreign policy issue over Burns' financial affairs .
later agreed HI' I permit the the
Tin application were from flcatlon of 18 toot width anda m the campaign 1* whether come up again.
Holland galley ud the House of six inch base, we* ment c.l. Gliamtwr to apply) about $2,500 r imted' State "will use our Charles Holley, the Republi.

HUFidellty, two Fifth Avenue Wood said studies BOW were be. ijjalj.it the budget for advertising great power with restraint" to can nominee, called newsmen
merchant ing made to wide MM boulevardto already completed. The a step-bywrtep quest for peace. together u Tallahassee and said

It appeared Council wuoppos. 24 feet or possibly 40 with Chamber's fiscal year started Returning to the politicalwars Tve scheduled this news mfr
ed to music on Fifth Avenue, curbing. July 1. The Chamber will act for a day's foray Into terence to again call Haydon

loud music, that If, but since Johnston pointed out that The as the City'sagent to tell the Ohio, Missouri\ and Illinois, Burns a liar."

the application represented eta Moorings, within confines Unit Naples story during the City'sfiscal Johnson voiced a blistering in.. In TltusvUle before the news
install atloni the Coun. dictment of the policies proposed conference Burns, the Democr..
Uonary ,
5, was building 20-foot road on year, October 1 to September -
dl, according to on. ordinance an elght.lnch base,which exceed 30. 1964-65. A et by his rival, COP presUdentlal tic nominee told a champaign audience
had no power to ad. The or. ordinance requirements nominee Barry Goldwa. that he knew what Holleywas
tflnance covering this partlcu. ter going to II)'. "I am now
lar type of loudspeaker instal Without mentioning Goldwa. declaring Mr. Holley. .a liar, a

litton placed In the hand of The City opened 78 bids on ter by name, Johnson said In a cheat and a fraud," Burn said
the Chief of Police the power to annual requirements for supplies CountyTo \. .1> P3 statement that Ms opponent had Holley said he had originally
Issue or withhold a permit. such a* street materials tire City, "placed under attack all of the Intended to tell the news confer
There Is a second ordinance fuel, fertilizer, street.slgn, material BILLY VESSELS former AII-Anu-ruan football |pla\ l'l' fum 11Ilu.i > policies which have brought u* once that Burns' income tax re. I

covering loud speaker In mov. *, uniform, water depart. Talk About homa imersity spoke to Kiuamans and jru tat Bunnus M "ud.u' close to peace." turns were under investigation.

able vehicle which I give Coun. ment supplies, office supplies, evening Shown nt the speaker' table from left ,.tro : l.t ( ;..\ into Telling several hundred per. But HoUey said the Fort Lauder.

dl power to Issue or withhold and light bulbs. To save time Joint Planner Carl Holbrook: Pu'sidfirt Brandt Watson: VI'ssl.I1Bob Ial'ault1)J'olll'am '.\", sons at Akron-Canton Airportthat dale News broke the story first

permits. this morning, only the name of > ihairman ann AI Davis, membership) '' 1all'1111111 "you can be proud of the when it said Monday that Burns ,
There 1* still a third ordl. ea 'h bidder was announ-ed.'Bids! ( !NE\\'s; photo ) kind of leadership this country owed $60,000 In taxes, plus' en.
Council this ,
.
nance which 1* more) Inclusive will be tabulated and awards will Naples City has produced," Johnson ex.pressed allies, for the years 1981, 1883
and proclaims any noise which be made by Council at its next morning greed( to meet soon confidence that the peo. and 1963. r
night be disturbing to adjacent meeting. with the County Commission .c -.r0 '.i' pie will vote Nov. 3 to "contln. "I wish I had the kind a men.ey .
property owner or neighbor to discuss joint city-county n 'i''ca ":"... ..,.,'. ue on the path of strength and that was subject to $60,000
"rat
Is a nuisance and prohibited. planning and how to finance It. : restraint which we have fol. In back taxes," Burn aid in

That might Include a car. Council passed on final reading "A* soon as we know The time lowed for the past 20 years." Tltusvllle. Earlier, he had aid I

penter using his hammer, or ordinances to borrow money and date of the meeting, we ""' Johnson said that as he sits that his returns from 1.55 on

perhaps "the Presbyterian for Installment purchase of a will Inform you," Mayor Archie t+ In his office "late at night, X am were being re-audited, but there
Church Carillon," u someone $38,000 computer and a $15,000 Turner told rhe audience. deeply conscious of the 1m. "was no amount similar to that

In the audience added. garbage truck. Respectively, Council's discussion of the mense power this nation com figure ($6 0,000) involved."
The request of Sally and the $30,000 and $10,000 will be bore mends" HoUey said a Justice Department *
House of Hi-Fidelity were refer rowed a. Initial payment are Joint planning possibility came 4 'f In obvious reference to Gold. source had I given him vir.
chief of for after It heard a report from water he added "this great Information re-
red to the police Included In the new budget tually the same
action Council will reviewthe the loning and I 'I I ann In); Hoard power cannot be put in the ported In the Fort Lauderdale 1

sound ordinance urging that the (,tty consult pro- ",!+x491f hands of those who might use New. Holley did not name the

Chairman James Bell of the fessional planners to study the It impulsively or carlessly. source and offered nodocumen.tatlon. -
off-street parking committee told zoning of the Thirl;! tper shopping "The world' hope for peace .
Lee Johnston, representingThe Council the committee's final area. f cannot be left with those who Holley also said that Burn I
Mooring Development Co., have no faith in the possibility lied when he dented that he had I
be schedule
report will ready on The loners had is to dim" itils "
placed before Council tor study of agreements. of Nova
lasting in the bank
million
before Council'next meeting November help after the hoaul IL'1 id!lock $1.2
a proposal that the City coopoIrat. : In countering positions taken Scotia In Nassau, Bahamas.
to In. 4. Mayor Archie Turner, ed, 3-3, on a mutton to leave
with the developer by Goldwater, Johnson prom. Burns went to the bank last
who has looked at of
tall lift elation and force main portion the Third Street commercljl teed that after the election vie. week and obtained a statement
said It
for Unit 4 and 8 of The Moor. the Incomplete report, district zoned as Is. tory he appeared confident of laying the bank was authorizedto
1* "quit comprehensive eon.
Inge. Vince u Ind!told "I will continue to havean
City Manage : > gaining, say that Burns did not
halos Interesting recommendations.
Johnston referred to the City many." Council theCountyComniUslon ,Ptt i work to find areas of common account and had never had
policy of Installing lift stations was anxious to have council Interest with the Soviet Union." an account.
and force main In sewer dl*. doesn't know the
act promptly on the joint plan. He said he Burns has stated many time
trlct to be paid from revenue Soviet lead. .
course the new that the government Investigation
Turner -
fund, and pointed out that reven. 5 Blind Since ning proposal. suggested until era will follow "but If they are of his affair has been
Council could wait
ues from the two unit will be a willing to seek peace they will dropped and he 1* clear," Holley
considerable item in the near the next meeting November4to find us ready." said in a statement "That is
future. He also minted out that Birth Get SightCALTANitETI'A make the dcclslon,ben Joe} Ku- The President heads from Ak. not true."

The Mooring contemplate fur. SicilyAP perberg asked Council to go "MAY 1 HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH" was chorused as youngsters ron to Cast St. Louis, m., St. "Haydon Burns Is now under

tier extension to the north. darkened clinic ahead at tjils time. gathered around the famous player following the mc tinlC. Vessels Louis, llo., and Kansas City Investigation by an agency of ,
In
a
The proposal was for a large ( ) -Tuesday with only one It was t imUctttedthe city would some 15 minutes later had accommodated all future all-Americans. where he plans a hospital visit the federal government," HoUey .I
room
lift station and larger force lamp burning, Dr, l/ulgi I'1cardo pay a maximum of 6.000a a year to former President Harry S. said. "Burn lied about the go,.

main to replace three stailataplumed took the bandage oft the eye for this planning Wood laid Truman. ernment investigation a* he has

by The Mooring This of five brother blind since the County anticipated thecoun Sports Good Training Asks Johnson told newsmen a few lied about many other things,
suggestion, Johnston explained birth. widestudy would cost amax-. Barry weeks ago be wanted to drop but In but this he cannot cover up or
was recommended by engineer Truman one afternoon, "
Rotolo 4 the with Confer on shrug off.
Calogero Imum of $94.000,
from Black and A.lOCIat..lnc., that was before the former Burns said In Daytona Beach
and by Wilson and Associate then youngest cried, stared out "La in amazement caravatal"and County Conservancy to pay half For Life Says Vessels president suffered two fractured last night, "He (Holley) has no
It was brought out at the meet and the City and County sharing I : Line rib and cuts in a fall.tine .way of obtaining the Inform
reached out timidly to touch ,, Tough
.
,
ing that The Mooring had Installed 'ilGiuseppe. rwfcrct-in. n i mitt
sewer la Units 1, I and the doctor..II.eldiet, *, ... MB- iii "lyWI.todelSA ttxMtofo *iwlthe r,lo Wtfeft ',r;1b' finV associated lea football player from the CO to St. Louis later In the week. of the Internal Revenue Serviceare

1, at developer expense, which mother for the first time, City wUl be 'built up and with athletics" Billy University of Oklahoma, challenged The White House said he had confidential. So Mr. Holey

1* not required In subdivision sobbed only "Mammal"One will require lets and less plan 'Vessels pointed out In speak the youngsters present, With RedsWASHINGTON revised his schedule to pay has lied again, as he did on the
President
by ordinance. nine," Turner declared. CostaOf respects to former Nassau bank account charge all
Gloacrhlno and
Johnston laid The Moorine''Jq after another log to about 90 youngsters representing the Pop Warner who died Tues.
Herbert Hoover,
and Paolo IS:! financing\ the planning study In an endeavor to cheat the peo.
11)) Carmello,13, Klwanlans meeting Monday Football League to "play to also
>ld. to spend $132,100 on AP) Sen. In New York. Johnson
day
( pie of Florida of their desire on
this
with
sat and blinked at the \light.Each might be Apportioned
and estimated up at Baroni's restaurant, win In football meet reverses *
ewers la Unit S, night your Barry Goldwater swing into eliminated political appear. electing the next governor."
costs of a large lift station and one could see In mind, he Indicated. Vessels,a former All-Amer- and discouragement Pennsylvania today for his sea ances scheduled Thursday

head-on, for you are preparingfor ond campaign trip in the Philadelphia .

life, and It's tough, too. area and a meeting with I IGo

"There Is no substitute for ,. William W. Scranton

practice: he said "Be pre- Scranton, who opposed Gold. NOON STOCKS \

pared for your game both physically water for the presidential noml.Na. .t
and mentally Your experiences nation at the Republican
tlonal Convention, wlU introduce
now will be duplicated
the Arizonan at a rally tonight NEW YORK (AP- Slldl al MOIIIAlII.Chal
later In life on agrander scale
Philadelphia.
In
I "There Is en i place for poor Goldwater also has speeches 231,. Ford 811" N.AmAv 112
sportsmanship In athletics," he scheduled at West Chester and Alcoa ezli4 'rmstDa 121' Penney 6116
continued. "Don't the AmAlr 48 'rellt&11 43''" PRR 424
place Upper Darby and plans a mo.
blame for failure on others, torcade through South Phlladel. AmCan UI/ FruehTr 33% PepCola 561AntCyan
eaVI QenDyn 39'/; PhllMor 79,4AmMot
don't alibi play clean and hardto phi. 55f.
n CenEl 871 Phl11Pet
win and If don't like At 10:30 p.m. EDT he will
Vestal L MOUANO SlOteS A IMAtHIM OMIT 1. f. alma' CHAMIII. IINNITT A IYONIT MIIIONO. n. JAMES *, HAUT "you to the nation via the ABC. AT&T 881 GenFda 851' RCA U
speak
-- the game quit. recent interna. AmTob 361,} GenMlIl1 4411e R.pStl 49%
TV network on
Vessels who does "color"on AmpxCp 17\4 GenMtul02 Revlon 401f.

TV for the Baltimore ColtsIn tlonal development networks and the Anaconda S1lti Goodrich 80'la R.yTob 44%
After the
Florida's Democratic Congressional their Sunday afternoon Federal Communications Com. Armour 64th Goodyr 481,4 StHecP 331'4:

games predicted the Colts will mission turned down GOP de- Babcock 371,4 Greyhnd U'la Seaboard 58'14BethStI

win the "pro title" this fall. mands for free time to match 41% G\<Oll 5811 Sears 1251.

Endorses He said the team has youth and the time given President John Boeing '641,4 Iloow 128 Stn lair l1'h
a Delegation Unanimously Borden lntHan 831'; Sooony 84'(.
the spirit to win. He was heard son Sunday night the Republi. Brun.wk 8%
lntNlck SouthnC
Sunday Interviewing tennis Cans bought time on ABC.ioldwat.r 87v 84fi
CaterTr 37"1a
lntPap /; SperryR 111'1.
Moore who scored on a 26* ( spoke briefly on
Celanese 881'
President LYNDON B. JOHNSON yard run that gave Baltimore foreign an off 4heul policy( speech Tuesday to night Repub.In Chrysler 82% Jone..L KallAl 841 31'AI StONI StBrand 19'11 a'JIII

a victory over the Packers worker In aBaltimore Cora Cola ill Ktn'cott 95'\ St\ldebak nlComEd
llcan campaign
The speaker was available Ue"rI B8 Swift 1131\
.. The/ stakes are too high for to home the of hotel. Coo Edt. i3/ 38 %
L MA""IWI .ANTS a. eAlcali you stay through courtesy MJ3. He said that with the ouster of hand Texaco 88
"Buzz" Mathews who heads up Soviet Premier Khrushchev the ContCan 531/. Lorillard 45% Thiokol IH
of the CowChem '7'J'" Mac'vox 34% UCart 118'dllPont \
office
___ the Naples Marco United State faces a tougher
-- Island Development Corp. Vessels Communist bloc which Is likely 2791 MY'M 6014 UottAlre 591/

} / Is a member of the public to behave more like the belllg. EAL 381% Mohasco IS Un Fruit t81/.

1'e..,... relations department of Mackle Brent Red Chinese and the late !,Kodak W% yMjoaa.. wa 473% USSt..1 121"
o.:::;::::.. ..f.. .$",,,,. Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. Firestone UnivMat 161,4FIsPAL
the
associates In
Brothers
-
-- ,--- --- He demanded the United FlaPw 1111\ NatDalr 83'4 WInnDtIt 43'11
MHX.
State take a tougher line in it* 83\. Nata-t" U

INrI n11"" s'IaN,I.....L" a,,. P. J""n.en Col. John Glenn the foreign Johnson policy administration and he attacked for -

rt.hnnet. o. C. whet he called "the insane poll. .., i. !
I xMsr 1Ir', PNataent : To Make Home In ey of strengthening an enemy

-, 'N Lauderdale who has vowed to bury us."
r10 .1...... rylraIyal 1IiNw, ., I Fort The Soviet Union may have
PAUL t eoas. DON NOVA Pre.", .", K the ,., ot.c"" ""'H.'I'II"trlnteax...rnoe.,.I..."." FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- had a hand la developing the

U The United States' first orbiting nuclear device exploded last
d11H1t1"Stwnt.the 1t. the ",.. '", rltl, r astronaut, Marine Corp.: U. Col. week by the Chinese Reds,

1t r "UN atNritrlhi 1A" "...u...,,<-c.-' ;..ror ....r1"es. John H. Glenn Jr., will male Goldwater said.
..
""rt..... tat lhle.... .. .. In 1*. this city his headquarters short He said be strongly disagreed
..
: ohr.l'4;; : ':: :1tt11'"': =: :n ', M .aMlhMivA.., .'11 1* after the first of the rear asa with President Johnson's inter
.? Mpti. In tile businessman. pretatioa of the Khrushchev
rite -1h NrproJ ra/N. Glenn who I* scheduled to retire overthrow."I .
frN III .f .1. from the Marine Corps has> don't agree that there will

accepted a position as a director be any continuation of the Khru.
r. t o< the Royal Crown Cola Co. shchev line."

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Edward II Kennedy shows bow b* held his hands and arms
Naelte Airewt Cet-.e 1 MuMI .. Atrwt around Sen Birch Bayh head when he was pulled out of

Vote Democratic AovemfierMfoW / I4U4 "* "m UM crashed plane last June when KtftMdba't. was

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ERCi Mikoyan Hangs On Through :




Soviet Political PurgesBy J


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THE ASSOCIATED: PRESS and escaped the fl.riIllIQUid.

When Nlkitt Kbruahehev wu An experienced: street brawler

ousted last week It was Ms old wttH a smashed nose, Mikoyan

friend \ntstas L Mikoyan. who caught on with UM fast. tslng

presided II the Preknum of the Stalls also a Georgian and anxoemlMrtan.

Supreme: Soviet stripped Khru.iichev Although a full
---- Politburo member by 1931, Stale
CHECK THESE of
ADVERTISERS -- --- the premiership ikI 22/07
I B I* unlikely. that Khrushchev la apparently never fully trust.

70, surprised. Id Mikoyan;

ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERS It Is even more unlikely that But Mikoyan cot through the . . . .e.ea.ee..eee..e..eee..e.e. .

__ Hikoyan, 88 MM month battedan bloody Stalinist purges by mak.Ing .

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOPf.r. Bl&GlU eye. xpert himself In foreign an trade.Indispensable KJfcUC: NOT1CIiSsS t-Announcmnrij For Rent
w. SH lVsI Luck, utter ruthlessness and 48-ApH.
I MEADORS' the wily art at switching tides Mikoyan was the first Soviet usiToJZi "
> *89 Alrpprt RlP M Thwt fg A raIpn t' have stood Mikoyan In good leader to attack Stalin after the NOTICE till I* HIM All tuntUM It IRleieoleay.. WM orv"
SxA tnd Ilrl' W* have eNd Mash MI
\ / JEWELRY stead for more than four dee feared dictator died opening 1M' ).,". .... .. 'rep erasLINNIE'I ,.... MI ... .
L Spn-IiAw, M/ I-l/FO Mt" a IOU ad... Again he has managed to the way for Khrushchev's fa.nous lot" lhl. .h., *r. t*...wc'"n. ,* *.*.JJuixltr UNIFORM IMOr
Jewelry Antltp. menh ;T..,, *pr uii:: city Mil *Unlit r-n 111 'I'TH AVI LO survive in the dark and often denunciation of the Stalin '.1 .d" Ih...*..,h.b1'w."... .. H..I"me_ el(|.HA. .u H..lI'.I[CI ," My".. "I. 49-Hou For Rant

bloody Soviet politics. personality cult. rate MtAINa AID CENTER and) fl/l Y
BARBER SHOPS To the outside world Mikoyan |hl saA l rm it totnpPMtf Pi .ht VtRAS BEA SALON a b.dem. 005 0.544. ,..,
The hawknosed
DRUGS SERVICE STATIONSBOB'S stoopahouU( lollewm5O1.M$ 51555 'wplet. .. Amu 1171 Mi It South, reYrepn/ur.IMwd. 1100 p.'
dered old Bolshevik with the appeared to be Kbrushcbe'aclosest .. r.s,0MCN etc :: INlew. Caner .l tIM A... montJi Welklnt, 4 *,rl.u N..I'
RoSSI'S : collaborator among till f.....,. a K.'yNi4r MI 14el lor. Ml iH$ t ;' ,ilIIMO ,
R, PRESCRIPTlO"SAclJ clipped mustache la tough. He Is n44 N.,.... sou Ill. ltjhrItr.N.
It4 PARK n"IIT I \\7v a cynic a hard bargainer He Is men who won the Kremlin after ..<1..S a Allar.lllh uililuLA- 'IUI"UIN N UAiONAL RiNTALI--

TMRtt.SAIaII. : ILY c SERVICE adroit. Joseph Stalin dlsd. H* backed N1144. Art.' .10.1... $kutiott. H..,_It"N.. la Mw with" NH/y/ 110' ..."Iy sod u*. pr .......
0 r mp
I N.,.,.. SAapplnC.tler !Prmp' Fr*. Delivery STATION Alone among Stalin's cronies Khruahchev In U57 when the ..11.$ .... ''0"free'."and MMe*Ncsma MI./1011 hour old cuS
Central Com mitt..'* Presidium Htith ** MARLOWE AND BECK
e".her shop DON'S Mchonl Rood Sorvlco and drinking companions, alone CivIti S H th. 14% 11115 to
> -
.."'.nr<- MIII, III", LIGGETT REXALL ,. /Yty W.14.re among: the many non-SUn who voted to get rid of Mm a* C 01'1Io It it their *tn.t.o I* Cart] lethe MIAkTONS

.....1.* SrMppinf Contpt: 2-IIJ6 4060 North Troll Ml 2 3817 helped lead the Revolution The munist full party Central first Committee secretary. Clork, C.'h.ol its. c.C.Ne4..""1' ,...,,, }J 'RoH-Motori' '" ,. Accei. MI' 1 ill lint Pmli S AVP 3053. I tmi*

Mikoyan remains In the Soviet Nfw ;i |.. IMI willine I'u..eIIeII .portmfii 4 Dicxk, *
CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR elite 47 years later, even though reversed the vote, showing that PLEBNi::: : I to Mil tr tr*** Muity for ba.amouM ,,_ .bpock tar round |60
had sixth dhow m here* l.* Mnk th* MI ll,\ IOr'O M
Mikoyan a sent
cast In the largely ceremonialrole K..... Acts of ...ta.W. kirttiMtr (| CirikbMD "...
would .... sty ? *.,,wn Cpt Complttrly
of president. things fo. **. '*"' | ,
JERRY JAEGER INSURANCE i W5 i15 if Mikoyan was born of Armani Following the purr of Geor.la 3Xtty,,"tiTItmN J* H, ttit.rn ..* ttill 'il| i I .turmthMl"d .(.r! A'Ioc'y.lUlb.lio"Ch unIII

DRY CLEANING IA.vi MO.-Ia' rayMENTAUTOMOMS an parents near the Georgian ( Malenkov, V. M. MoJotovand II.L atlTHA iH4*. KEITH ni 1 thru Dck. Crtn".... Cn O.plh.',n. F,ntfirNtw T.*. 0- l 11 Adult, Ml ; 4011

M ONE DAYSERVICE I' OwNEN1pleFNAPLI1 c ".." ., ,,,II 7 \' capital of Tim, a carpenter Lam Kaganovtcn Mao,. oei.2. P.in, end V.rn.til Si* For Rent
..la Nt.l. \ an stayed on as deputy premier 5, Ikipc.r't Mar,n. *r PtipnMl 50-Roomi
/y10psiNu' CINTtaNONTN S son. When he was SO, he was NOTICE OP OAt\ I 00t 10/70 II
IA 'nilOW TRAIL' MI" 1-"" WORK OVAKANTtCOIH graduated with full honor from one of the most powerful men In nCOIBTCN FICTITIOUS I lIu..' ?hem rr1wll,. b.'h' A"C.ndn.
1842 6th A.,.., So. MI. 2.7390 the Soviet Union. Th. .."" ...,.".4)) **M ..*..., tor .' Pnvae F'a'n.nr,
IM A.III 1.HOI a theological seminary trainedfor Illy lh.t lh., ere ton.....,,". a HurMrv 5 Business Oppt.VANUD CHI Mt 40 '" 'N f
the Armenian :Nonetheless, Mikoyan never bulln.S *l N.da. -
priesthood. wa* the complete Khrushchev .,..... ',,. .'."".... Slim.. .| jlJtUj. ....raoA'' .red bat,, ,n P'w41YMm. .
"But when I received my GARDENS NUMtnv ...* .".....,.". MI : .I I IS1W.nl.d
certificate," Mikoyan laid later, man. Top Polish planner Sewer 1 Dial$., tl* firm It ........* .. Ih* Qvtllll) *arty to start own
yn Blaler who detected to the ''' sod feutmoM. W.lh or without hip i ift To Rent
"I had clear feeling that ri'd4NN i S .
a very ::Cl: if Nnemee Maws.C ). Mme .poriinc n*.....ry
llway. I/lienIion YOU CAN ADVERTISEIN fJ"l JessN !. I did not believe In God and that Wt U Use and who had cast: Neap 1 hv tor I ** hullplna I in 'nootf N.I.s.. soar I h.."
I THIS SPACE I bad, In fact, received a ma. to minutes of Krem.Ua\ meeting*. 't\tI.\ I"r !1'r.'" r ,I... ,. ie .biv wilN Bltnly pf ptrkinrif .Navy'M Cell.' Or5dsdlturmMd .. D..".,
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS / / 11. i'y'nS' ,u.rt.rt. .
d Itht aIt ; i : I house .. 0".11
/ (01 OI IW'"
writ* and. kl,ie, p puritan ,ram. CALL Ml 2-2107 mntltnliifjTHE terlallstlo uncertainty.anu.communlsi.dunlll i'fr ,'. contt\bUtio." ', titIOIrullbchl'f" "L t'' Lt J JfE ij./. 'Y. A45,5Tit, A..n' ".. wttr V""v
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Captured by : $5.1 Nest nasan.Ms' W1'Au.
N.... taVtrliur. H. II "'.... ... ..S IMF .. .,.
in ,,,..i., tboul your rtpom. FOR DETAILS Out .d.*HiMrt; rti.i>l yp" heel| the civil war after the foreign policy the I: RYI = 1:; I Counlv N.w< II"' M i iIt'll I'
I astute Armenian took car not Na
Bolshevik Revolution Mikoyan FemaleI"
II It t"*ir imwnmt w PPJTIk. > 13-Help Want.
staged a spectacular Jail break to assoclal himself too con. .. Cirtuil Court In end 5 pr Cdll. 57-Houm For Sale.
splcuously: with Khrushchev' Cwnly Clpri** I* re"lr IJ* .*t. w..." et aMl'1MI
km 5rera5.N Orn* Nurwwntftr 1 NI...
l'' domestic policy lie a rvl lp"t N CS.MerOWsin.5iw' Pa.. *. k."aKm .4e./ 055155'S
I"<< -.!,, tic" p rmnlM sal,* mmcull. .utlmkuill
Mikoyan Blaler said was too '*
taoS. MNISNlINr ,.
UI sow Itkliif I Apphcillionttor bMroom J kIHcluM
I- mart an economist: and busknessmaa "" ....!<.. M..., k. ........ncM .< eukl sae 5Nvr ?
to bailer ot a/.b'' *",. Apply I I* M,. Q,* 5vs.tH: * la what .
I ; i '\t".JJI, !!r. Mouse. bMwe." 1445 .o.* KM tprtnklor' .v
By CYNTHIA LOWRY l elder called KHniibnt's) -0.,. ,. le. \ je. rrt' It "U' .. ... ,.... witn ...*ll crppr1 workM ,
"sheer economic adventurism.." roes <. Ov.c tJIMO sVsstd
AP Televlslon-Radlo Writer I .... mamd j Tyro yir buy H new tit. .to* U/fl 41A
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NEW YORK (AP) One of .. f Int .wwwwwww..L ...L ...L ...L ....L ...L ...L'w .w..L 7k .... 1Fil< .j 55:., 1bees L'.HI: N.aII Phil M lI.y.. OCl..t..Hi" 01.*.

the minor miracles of I televU
YduNION ,
ISO de N/ON a.su T
sion eries Is that adventure I. Years O..A'O" WaNT, "'I I ti)1Os ROBERT H. JAEGER
100 Ac
stories are able to build any ....n ".. "I I.....

suspense at all. l.tr lor mtrkine .In a n4 thck' Ngt,1happIs. .. Cu. To' I IUI

Will Marshal Dillon draw I /M sal band.. P.15 s.almn: IIC THIS no.. I R STIimfm .
faster than the bad man? eel, hplHiyt Apply I In prpnrt I Ilk Av *e llCCtilMAN <
'
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA r *]" Npl t L''r1"Melp sub, n *H"rM
doubt about it 1 If .fI! H ,
I no I T.MN H N. Ml' I Mr \
' there is to be another show nextweek. f ...
..I. nr I kWroom
" .cool oy o
Will Amos Burke solve By Florida Lib,.., Hlnerical Ceaeleelee Wanted Male I III">h CM Mod oconol .

the murder? He'd better if he rig, Civil Tat Cu..i.1) Ce..istf, T... .sheet 5 0' L."....*... "<>l $IM* Ml J .1M

expect David the Janssen audience an to able return.and * * * * * lor wort Tr.il lot Apply ilk Awe Trul' No OlrOn end It/ie Can th N* ham.SDANO,, H| "NfrV' >M Illh i SH AZ. S Ih;

personable young actor has a i October l I' -Confedcrats Lieutenant Central Iftrd..**. \IIl, "... M.' Ift SpnMN |I1 SWIlllAM 1 ITONf INI

been playing the part of an commanding: the. Department of South Carolina, Georgia, {.HMI Nrrd I/a but ,Tri N. Cwiily"lri a.t.Ttrrth. II N* Ml 1151A_ I

escaped convict for more than a and Florid, inform. the War Department U' lUcKmtad n'1.o.Itfl .pa lIlI NAP5QK..

year .In. "an ABC series "TheruC1U. that .. is "ireatljr in need. of ihofe, cloth, and U ...ltci _ran;;H: Iwb(.\ .*pbl/N:", ie. Ovid,.<.V..Ind,. Mal, II.W 1'.br,.oWl........... ',,1l.
: ""
151h : 0"
be for the me of his command. 1 undentand thit vju have "">e O_'1_' Apply Weede.,1 .w.r "NdlI' .S lI..y .",
A* Dr. Richard Klmble Nwmw10. 11/lh It .... ... ".hen II, .
.1, u..d
prohibited the. uiue of blankets for th* Very ,
prvtent.
was convicted of the murder of many rtufpiMt w HhvMhevt

his wife a miscarriage: of of mv men are absolutely barefooted. Ai winter Is spproichinf > 21.Mh.; : For Sale punk.U4t turn. .i...i". 11.'l'r-I IlirV '"'.?H well i .", I I..'.?

Justice because he did not com. it become: important that I Mid call your 6l LYH/. ON Mlp.11 tae .., ocluplmpnl I "d', t.' .PI:;.. ".'

snit the deed and, In fact, tttentun to providing clothing in time to meet the wants ._,: '; Mil baS. .!5s.5S P'l< tonny eel la cH tfo..M. N.,4/4x h. oil nr iW
PIMIOC/ ahem
caught: a glimpse of a one. 'NEA Radio.Telephoto) of the men. ,.... II. "Ntpln ftirmlyit C* 01.. 101l \I\
armed man whom he suspects I.'?. It -ul 11111 ,,-'Tn---, :
at crime. NEW LEADERS STEP OIT--Appearing for the first time since the resignation of Niklt October :0 The Navy Department 'in VathMton I '' Sill nt>Mrts

the and execu.: Khrushchev the new Soviet leaden greet the Russian spacemen In I Moscow celebra. today DM directed the U.S.s. S*. JdcMle to proceed .Im.mediately 26.non.1ALtOHOLICI :: *, =" 1I.nM, : Ut'I i,
En rout to prison
tloo, he escaped In a convenient lion In this Tall photo. In first row are the cosmonauts left to right: Cot Vladimir M. from Portsmouth, New llampthlrs, t* Xy Vest Iv fUt....M4.... tifpont MIll All r i't th SItot u*

train wreck. But he Is relent.leuly Komarov Boris P Yegorov and Konstantln P. Feoktlstov Behind them are the new and report there to Admiral Strtbluif. Mall. wemaq ANONYMOUS.dl / **M P.w": I, *X!* '"
-.1. Itrtwl *** Mtot MM >
pursued by I police lieu leaders: President Anastas Mikoyan (between Komarov and Yegorov), Communist party Union General U.s. :: k fpr sole' ky
Britidwtr Joseph Bailey
Army Ml1dill .
VitiMrt tor.,.iryMOmo CONI50YIMAlk
Sod VINCE
Brezhnev and Premier Alexel N. between
(
Leonid )
chief behind Kosygln
Is ( Yegorov;
tenant. All this background commanding the Diiinci of Vett Florida, reports o tilt .. M.*tin| IP. fir.tf
explained each Tuesday before Yegorov and Feoktlstov). ."Nt Chunk Aft...'! pit etk II' ...Mt'I'-......
recent skirmish Mar Miltoni "On the 17th Inte.".. I teal rlM A.t .. tnrt'lmM .
the audience I* Nt for Dr. Kim. the iteimertoirr 'Into Blackwiter By alter loft and r li t'.t'S.rvlc. IITATTI
bl.'. weekly narrow escape Moty Cl .Ure> hem. "NnlurnMh. .
with it a detachment of th' t lth Iowa ((200 men) and a Mdam a.srlmet .t.,.,. A""
from capture. Soviet Leaders "- .. Offered .* Ovr fit &"" .1 ,.."."
Tuesday night' episode wa* Gringo Touches CreepingInto section of th* Fast Florida Battery . At BttiUdong I.... mats sMebS.' 1IIc. .l.a,.
typical. Working a* a gardener a Urge number of logs were procured snd ai the' opera Cf pl''a willint U 4iit our ). nasa J"I lee' N see awn Ow"
ptii Pf l Isilo. IW Ott *r>4Tpllt lm A.* Mirlli. Ml
Klmble Is mistaken for the head Halt AttacksOn stioni of the. diy were nearly concluded a party of about Asdr/w MllMKIt 51/ UlM 5.1744 Or IMI I....,. "

of the house and kidnaped for )00 Retxli attacked my force, which reserved its firs M Ml I MM It/11 MOf1lp !p.Ipt 1111614Twe .

ransom by a parapletlc.Follc Mexican Nationalism until within short ring, Ueutenant Colonel Spurluif, .I.ma Waal n" 'a 0'" .,.
Khrushchev -Wanted To Buy lr' less .i I / Idrrare
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brought into the case Second: Main Cavalry, withdrew with .lots of on* Man : r.r w.i-. I.5..l: i;,
learn his true\ Identity and for ...... 1,405 m..ld0..d 7..a only/ ti"?li.ii 11..1. i N.
GUADALAJARA Mexico start member dealing eiclu.alvely Uth Iowa killed and another Pint Florid u- ,
COPENHAGEN DenmarkAP ( ) ( 8117)ilightly ) .-..-. /uSlmp, rrssr I" Swan 04.nln.'
U his 1* r:0'::: : ;
a time It looks a* goose ( ) Denmark' Communist (AP) To the horror of old with Mexican ehnnwrs. wounded. The Rebtli muit hv ruffwej ... ,. MMl<*..*M. C*. till IrO) rnlal, s.' ,, 'lcupa.. .. '.....
cooked no matter what happen a,, t 5/Il U 5 tnprl I. "
his wife kill newspaper say the Soviet Un.Ion' revolutionaries, some gringo Televised Mexican bullflfhts On the I lth the tUnltr went int* ExambU Bs* tf :... .hl. .. .
Will the kidnaper or touches are creeping Into MexU are regular fare In Uo Angela. me. a n ,I",5.i, : ;
new leader have halted
under Colonel
companied by 121 Lieutenant .
eaten mea Sewliff. II..Avt.s Per tat
1 V.1r
Klmble? Will the police }11'M
natlonallsin. The result ha* been to rsM;: !
their campaign: to downgrade Impassioned bring Second Main Cavalry sand brick CINI, ,
kldnlplrl7W. t 1,100 new LNn
with the ,
him along This is In Mes.Ice's UJ..Mexico relation to brought swiy Foe tat 01T
Nlklta Khnuhchev because of more apparent per. !
The kidnapers and lot of doon and window .,ta." U H lItr dp M I'-;
know better. I Ikytettaal ... n
IT'ytI'.v.'N
closest their most cordial level
dropped him off the adverse reaction from mat north the part : to hap : In Colonel he that th. if ..* I rim Air I,...., ..... "I
Spurlmg'i ikirmUi
thoughtfully European Communist parties the United States, but even In history. There hunt been a own report, nyi. I ,
along the road Just before they Peter Schaeffer, Moscow: this lovely bastion of Mexicanuper serious rift between the two lasted two hour, and ifterwirdi. .Nec..... in 'MCMrbi| / 1 **-tn/4 /?. IS std. .. ;5,5
'I"
drove blithely into a police the trap.ultl. correspondent of the Danishparty's MlrlotUm, some 1,000 neighbors sine the Mexican oil 140 10..." 'pf anACf VHO CAM TrJAIt"" VfcOMTAat lrg

Even If one suspects Land Oe Folk, said miles from the border you have expropriation decree) In 193.. Federal Major) General' J. G. Foster remind Brigadier COLLIER COUNTY Ir"! !... wHk MM1 ffpM.|0. lull
of each episode,
mate outcome stimulating meetings In Soviet plants, state the hamburger and hotdog the Last month the two countries General luh it Jacksonville that on "ih. tvtmjr.iiiih MOTORS Nl' L'.'" Iyrn,1Md ,to
U still makes rather Institution and other place Twist and Shruc competing quietly settled a cenlury.old lm.......itt 565,5
viewing. attacking Khrushchev have strongly with the taco, enchUa dispute over 600 sere of clio of Srptembtr I wrottf "III-ti"1'" t* allow M penonl II,1 ...... ...... J... -. II: u.M5pr"Md tl ..> ttl, ,...,..,
"That Wa the Week That da and anchero music. smiled land lying between O to com l here from ,... th. refwg clan' valise. ........ ._,._ 44t15 51N.
been pre-empted M been stopped. it Wit an absolutely" ,," NC"; Ytturdiy Mrt.llutchin I"," A.... It ttlt at N...11'
a
Was" baa alt Brlncert Moscow corr. The border towns, Mars and Paso Tea, and hare Mexico. cary r1 //1r MARLOWE AND BECK
often by paid political programs spondent at Copenhafen's liber Tijuana are the liveliest sun. Efforts are tinder way to set.U arrived from Florid .bv. your permission spHf r' ntALTontlt

this Mason that It baa only mane si newspaper Polttlken report pies of the Jan.e4.up Mexico.: another thorny border prob. ing to me for free pan north, which I am unable !. give 4l-Trmt. T..e.... Ml'rtJTtl'.(Ml*-M Av**, |>o Sail
awa
aged to present one show ed that Khrushchev and his The Nogales bullring features Um, the Mlty content of Colon hen and if it wu ill my power to furnish .her tfimporta -S Gt(; mut.Ms

skipped again Tuesdaj of Arizona Da ...* do River water Mexico gels lion the from "Utter received .
was wife, Nina, have been Installed "University fallowing anon s fretnGenenl 001 lie kMl l.**.t tar yury 59-Acf ge
night by NBC. The reason memorialprogram under virtual bows arrest la a Synchronized toiler ..tyle under treaty hillock by tau mail. would oblige m* w dettU .her ....... altLUFr

the special hall-hour We Herbert tour.room apartment "from cheering for the bull Is sot lIDo The salinity problem remain in the depmment vnlew the. desire to return w her fri*.**! CMC INC HACK ptprA OIL rrWMinT ..
the
for where he can see the Kremlin common In the Tijuana bullring among the more "rtlt. Issue Iti I>t6 ii
in the Rebel line. The Vr Department don sot swwtloii ill tik M Man.tmp.vNy MO lfV QrHftvtTHl
Hoover.
when" California students are for exploitation by Mexico tar Itft" .MI'
CBS' special tribute to the tower such pattet. (Permistion te go North) volts. hived Vy + I
left to Asa/M '
'Khrashchev I* said to have about.: promote II\ otl". sentl. .r.:1: :!. ,:. ,
former president came la the the Secrrury hun .l/. The reason i ia obviowa. Th ttt .lall. Messes Nee a I.
received a pension of 1,000 r*. Americanisms are a common: meat aher include nodal ) NIn' ": & -...... f. I
spot usually occupied by "Woiii I, tie a month which Is 300 part ot northern Spanish How discrimination and the argument > won traitors sad spin w* have In th* Northern' Siss.son )f ..'. ',..,N. i...... '. \.r.."

War OM," and was followed bj rubles more than be himself aloe will you order a bloody that low American prices these" very pretending, Umoniiii of Northern birth 5t"e \\2.ISNaAn.. 'u."JI. rwIp ." wr 0Fr1R

a paid political broadcast "it I gave former Foreign Minister mary or cornflakes: ? You near for Mexlca commodttle: can who tun auMied the ,....I''*' for the .lot thre* yun, LmUM/ ANN r I iOiNO m .

place of "Pettlco Junction. Mellow," Briritert alit A ruble "'* '" as often u"sl.M wipe" out any Alliance for fro and who. are now permitted U .hive th* lUbtl lUtei rn.nl.riS |
.1* valued at 11.11. The height of affirm aUveemctasls great aid. limply btciute they cm be W MM twe M them within -Tf..lUfs. For Rent ."I I".a guise lr\ .r I55,5lS'5: 11IO' ,.>,.

A* Communi spokesmen )/ U embodied" la "(ecu But aatUVJ. tMittaient I* our --. Nearly everyone permitted U toms Hank outside the Soviet Union openly) ro quehell yes. flndlnc a sympathetic ear only now acting the 01 Copperhead and Ifwter sad the' a Mft SpM II t WMtmt
manner In which The old style canlna, tr sa. In the Federal Dtetrlct-Meileo part C>..O rrp.Ne r.b M Aeret mHS' "
the .If.r" ::
RENT criticized the. ( all 1 wewld V# Ittpto ,
FOR women sri went o rpctfJlf tat yeasstuNtim from "
nd
Khrushchev wa* dumped, the loon U bovine to brtfht juke City a few neHcMwrtng Mnew. M* |INn nr.
Kremlla Usued an argent call boxed soda fountains offering area where less this II percent t* my reqimt conveyed .U the letter *f th* 4B-Apt.. For Rent w.A 1.% mn..I.en, ,.

Beautiful 2 Bedroom Communist unto.Ctxnawvd impressive arrays of U.....atrleantdches of Mexico' 40 aUUOII.II. iwcnty...iith of Srpiinber cencernuig thet par...., sod WI A4/ss .1, 5.04 0...., .. n
for SHORES AMI.Ml .... ... ,
IABLC /F4N I /test N.
wader U European and port drinks. ... M Isle,* shall upset you i*> allow sees W them ""nnis. INN ness Si' tr., ,"
2 Bath, Completely elsewhere reacted was Even the meric Is changing. won to leav fiends." m. Seed ed Nets i.e.uerm lt%. ;. .' *!.

Furnished dismay alld resentment after Some startling chances art October Jl Th U.11 &...,1. wU cnMilsg elf -1 )*< MM '* 5

Prtvda loosed bUt Saturday apparent eve I* the capital, Biyport today, ducv red a MJ tad give thaw Ta black. I mt 4-i ,S-Wt-iW ehi it* OH fc S.'upm i**. "tl
Khrushchev city of cathedral and kosher $ Mt* M. .de lt<. m"..' .
|l
HOUSE araljut style delicatessen. *d.runnMg Bmnh schooner Lty r4 .,..... WfAM i+NA IP1111P1 "tM w." MM .*rl ."

UK1 L"to. chief of 1aI, TourU U a major Mexlca lot. Keys and all hindi, with ski 'lueption .f earnmass It fC'. Iran nth Mi tt Io., .
Oft CommuBist party told a rally In L,1 /0ra1'N0f1 I ,14 n Sttl abash m II I b. 'r
Sudsy "The way to ladaptry,1 explain Mexico City took; the only boot and pulled fee shoes. TV L fjat OT..K '*f Irpip h 4Mr

Wall which Comrade KJimsrirWv ha* botelmaa Luis DevUa. MWe'rcaterlnc t. .. EsfluJt vessel| from Baht. ..* Honda, wit* an assented I I ,o :.ltt. N.'It.c:.0 n.part ,
**
IPJPM
Naples Bay replaced leave u* worried largely to America cargo, and WM cleared' I rein MaliMeeM. Sh 1 It being sent, .yM

bM and cr.leal.' tate, so It U* to be thai way" M cha/g ol ptu* grew, M Key Vet for a4jad c.... MS 1554 0.4::.= M asset Ifs. I.1 I mb.'::

tribut to Mexico picked 11II SH7 mllliosj thai the who. did ftmiintdaboard 1.0.51 ..tY5NmdM.5psIt "
Israel's party Peed It w4 found mn net fotip 1" ., .
rnhirrf and Beat LaM o* towtsm alone.TU r II Wrse M sal IN M"
KhnsfccheV ledralp ad year efiecta of bang ctfbbors eoly bcv h* "wa w drunk (* *scp.* ... the I N .1.I I4"CA""ltAN' N Sl'..e

Dock asked Mocow for "won totor.o work both ways. Tne flow of shoe. with th remainder III th* ...." K* ..,. slut die REALTYNALTONI

alait0a" at* outr. Mexleaa toortsts toward the ctptain eI th vettti, had km. "murdered. .leaving! Hf***." I
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I 0 IM IM*
Dated State M7,/M last No Fn
Available for theSeason AlbinismUnlverul yeti. Is tecreasla; TMs I* FOR MALAYSIA This to NMr: : SeIa

Nov. 1st. complete alM- eentrtbutlnc to *** Brecervafitiiof one of two stamps .Issued by Telnb.d Speech *rr *r Mil IH *cr**,
of I4ll, lor l'.lor NIPS M It of

nom the( absence of yellow MexKa CMMM *M iradL. to the commemorate government live Malays coun rtnt PF"iMnUaI speech to lor Cur. e ,e. fp M U |.. .HI Cio, P44005 Pi"1o i11*.roa'Or.I"
ode of
Writ Box 1737-AS brown or black pigmenti dons o* the CJ. tile
red. th Wbtt natiH aiklng AmrtcMi to I I nna...
b UtrtH, from T' .
try's new monument laKJUU r.
skin hair of Callfond to Tet
from
or border .
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in the ryes mtrM .. No "....
mesh
Collier Daily Newt mint occur .la about one hi t*. Departmeat store I* thebigger Lumpur Tb lUmp i II house wu on Ort /. 1M7. observe velunUrUy Ies 1 N 0000 ....,. ..... 0....... I
20,000' personi according lathe foot**** sod Callforat printed on a pale blue back dt1l President Truman t4> TNtd.yi t4 ejkTUWwllqbuild swop warsUsg Ire* seaI.ee.e ."t Ol--'tn.c.t:, :
tf .let Thvrd7 Seet I CN,5r
Encyclopaedia Britannic Otl s keep 1psetaa.epeattog ,,"ou 4. up I stockpile grain large forest 4N T






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