Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 6, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Naples' Warning System &It 'o o NtO q h/srCoilier O r


To Be Tested Next TuesdayNaples'

Civil Defense loud. speaker network There are 21 The Naples CD director em. THURSDAY AUGUST 6, 1964 SPACES 10 CENTS 41tt YEAR-NUMBER 9

speaker warning system will be sets of loudspeaker "bullhorns" plusU.es the Importance of the I Inmm.nu

tested at 1:30 p.m, next Tuesday, mounted on poles all over town, loudspeaker' sjstem Operatingfrom
City CD director Robert Ben. enabling everyone In the c1l) an Independent pow..rsourcp
der reported yesterday.The to hear the messages Men in the system can trans

test, he said, U to make trucks at strategic locations mlt Civil Defense messages to Next 24 Hours 'Crucial'
sure the clty.wlde speaker sys Tuesday will take note of any citUens In the event of dlsas.
tern is In good working order malfunctioning equipment ter or emergency, even if all
for the hurricane season Be. other means of communicationare

cause ot the extensive construe Bender reminded Naples real. disrupted.
tlon work under and on city dents that the bullhorns "are ex. General\ Television Systems

streets In the past year, much tremely loud," and testing there. (preoecestor to Gulf Coast Television Tense Watch In
of the underground wire In the fore will be held to a minimum. ) donated the city-vide public

warning system has had to be But there will be no testingat address system last year. .
repaired or replaced, the dlr. all if a hurricane developsJust The network Is connected b}' : ,
ector noted. before the test and posesa means of underground TV cab. 1!

During the 20-mlnute test next threat to this area, he said. les. So far as Bender knows A / f
Tuesday, several one-minutepre. That Is to prevent any test from Naples Is the only city in the I> "

recorded messages will be broad being misinterpreted, Bender ex.plained. nation that has such a warning South
cast from City Hall over the system Viet Nam

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SAIGON, sown Met Nam planes through the night com. The Unsupported s on! t I s
LAP) Air traffic came to a pleted a buildup of troops and Vietnamese forces were on anaioundtheflixk

un May virtual halt throughout South material In the area adjoiningthe alert All rmi.
Viet Nam today as t'.S. and rforth Vietnamese frontier. tine mllitan all traffic I \\as
4f:11N South Vietnamese forces stood Vietnamese and American officers halted. All leaves except for

MP'o lrn t ready to moot an)' attack! from in the area were reported emergencies were suspended
the Communist North. expecting a major attack to. for the 10,300 U.s, servicemen
Try The general feeling in Saigonwas night taking part In the guerrilla war
The Wor 9 that if nothing important However, the licit status In against the Viet Cone Commit
happened In the next 24 horns, Saigon. wan nowhere neat whatIt sled*.
the crisis probably would be would be If an attack were Six US Air Force Fl 03 jet In.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Club RuseST. considered Imminent terreptors lonoVd at the big

CHAMPAGNOLE France pastA steady l shuttle of transport The KK| >kt'smju said 1 < United coastal base .'f Da Nag, 80
Stiles mile ptoleMIng Nettle \1. in lien from the Communist Iron
(AP) Hope was abandoned AUGUSTINE (A P)-Some etimmeM' tOtle'dP, (mat attacks tIr. sutures repotted. The\
for five still missing
today men St. Augustine restaurants may Final Hearing Sun Rivel limestone
deep In the Mt. become private clubs to avoid I'.S.' 71h Heet ships has i Het| sinus also were prrpaied to

mine. court ordered Integration, businessmen liven dellveied. fight In the area.
Andre Socle told news
Mayor Rlvel Is say g1 September 2 On "We are In loth h with 11\1..11. Another six American F102's:
men "For us Mt. nowa "I believe It will be left up to ihaiinels on this millci," lu arrived In Saigon Wednesday! to
mount of tragedy"Three lz each Individual what to do," said defend the capital The U.S.
reach the different missing men attempts from the said James Kallvas, restaurant __ Zoning ChangesCity Tin United! I Stites ilm-H/ not Embassy Issued security\ prp.

side and above ended In failure, association president following NEWEST: GEMINI: TEAM: Edward II, \\hite M'I.! and maintain l1"lon\.lll.| lelilltmN cautions to Amei leans in the
Wednesday's federal court or. Council completed Its lat. with NlIl'th11'1 Nim One i I'h.ln. form of a "gray alert" after
the team fly
abandoned. James A McDivilt right, nuke up assigned
or Two were small vertical sounding der. The court "should have" the second Gemini; spacecraft' mission They an.liown In est public hearing on changes! In eel ||>I' (ll'I tell Of the I'I HlleHl two bomb Incidents hi Soli: rllll,
Q. a little more time. the proponed revised sonlngrode could In
given us the Ihrl't'.IIoIII Intel although neither Involved AIII..r.leall. .
the with model of the Gemini showing how
drills continued to pierce I of their spacesuits a
and set
Judge Bryan Simpson yesterday a national Control Commissionoveiseetiif ..
mountain In the hope of finding the hatches will swing open for a while In orbit. (
Jacksonville told IS motels and final hearing on any additional > the Genet! .,xree.mehts .
some trace of a truck containingone restaurants to desegregate by changes for September 2. that divided VM Nun 10
of the men entombed by a I' he or. The first of the com
Saturday. Simultaneously, reading years ago. Gitmo Water PlantIn
cave-In 10 days ago. But officials ! dered I 11 persons, including Hoisted plote coning revision was ten. The "|H>kesnian, nj|lmcil l ,
said It was too late to puu Manucy, to refrain from Wood To Get Land Prices tallvely set for September) IB, ran and South Vlctnamem' mill. Full)) Operation
anyone out alive. ( Telephoto Interfering -- and it will lake two consecutive tai)' lories iii1 "lut'imiPil, In
Fourteen men were trapped lit APPOINTED Pierre Salin Kallvas aid the restaurant readings of the revised code in meet an) Red teUllitloii foi. PITTSnUIIGII (AP) West.

the huge underground labyrinthon ger, President Kennedy's for. owners would meet Saturday to final form before Council can tin U.S. an'lal loimleiuttai liiRliuusp Deitrli Cot p. Mlilto.clay : .
July 27. Nine were rescued mer secretary has Parking Study Group vote on Its adoption that veils
press decide action Frank Upchurch Weilnead again I Ninth Ve| a plant i on seawater
unhurt Tuesday. been appointed U. S. Senatorto Jr., attorney for the restaurant Assembling of the revised codeIn Nam' toned boat and, shore, Into Iiesli water Is mlwolelathlg

succeed the late Clair association, said some restaur. final form promises<< to be an liKUllatloiiN.' / at lull tilt tit the DA

BOMBAY India (AP) Engle. Gov Edmund G. ants may become private clubs Involved task for Zoning and Plan The United, Mate l I. onsliler Naval Bane .it Guintananio,

Three more, people have been Brown made the announcement or cater only to Florida custom. Says 'Put Meters Back'City fling Board secretary Dorothy lug blinking III male air |xiwer, flay Cuba
killed and 3) wounded In food In Sacramento Calif. ers. Gregg and City Attorney <.tSplnrler. If It I.l needed, he slid, !hilt West lughouse, wliMt limit the

price riots at Ahmedabad, capl. Frank Howatt, attorney for They will have to con. there are im ,plan to In !leant plant, said Its iiinnlni, sonic

tal of Gujarat State in western the persons enjoined from inter Council yesterday heard The meters that were on Fifth solldate amendments from throe the ground foiies licuimt' the where near IM one milllou.gal-
Boom ferlng, said "We will not objectto Avenue and In addenda Into the toning board's !9,000 recenlh uniinum'ed., U.S. loii.a.ilay rupac'Ity. PI.ins ,ire In
India. Humphrey the chairman of the ott.1I reet are now storage,
Official said police fired on a this Injunction. He said his parking committee recommendthat can be converted to a maximum first draft of the revised code. ,) Kritonnel in' hulls VietNam the wviks to add, more wills :and

mob of 6,000 demonstrating clients "had Intimidated no one meters again be SOtfitlnuta lime limit at a co.td" Council spent more than an how numlx-i lietwevii |IG., push |the ra|"city to 2.2 million
a r inst spLralinc food prices. May Have Too In the first place. They Only placed parking along Fifth Avenue South. "a few dullars per Iwad.'t hour yesterday morning review. .''0aflil 10;! 00. -< "
picketed and that Is legal ing the latest amendments recom.
Earlier In the day demonstrators The meters were removed City Manager VInce Wood told
beat a policeman to death. Much MomentumWASHINGTON Most of the city's restaurants from their stanchions In late Council. mended by the coning board
integrated following passage of After a lunch break, Council
and has been
the Civil Rights bill, but some spring, parking came back and finished Its work Nikita
TEL (AP-An (AP) Sen. free and without time limit for TightRope
As rear re segregated later when the metered In a IVi hour afternoon session.
Revenues from park.
Israeli was reportedkilled Hubert H. Humphrey's vice Fifth Avenue shoppers. In prior
whites Though officially a public hear
months there alternating fog should be used to pay for I
and another missing aftera presidential nomination boom Is were ing the afternoon
Within hours after the federal portion was
one.hour border clash early traveling so fast some backers periods of strict enforcementand buying vacant land near Fifth
court order, a St. Johns County Avenue and the land suit attended only be toning board
Israeli to fear President non-enforcement of parking making In SE Asia Crisis
today and a Syrian between detachment.An an patrol Johnson art beginning may think they are grand racial Jury committee created of a five 10-man whites bl. meter regulations. able for off-street parking, Dell member reporter S., Meredith Strong anda

Israeli military spokesman trying to pressure his choice of Parking committeehead James explained. "We believe that sa.turation .
and five
said a patrol making a routine a running mate. The grand Negroes.J Jury expressed Bell said his committee had stu first of available of parking downtown is NEW AUTHORITY n>' WILLMM L, 1/\14/ rot lhcm.selve Into the jam ;niditiild
died the downtown sltua. sympton
border crossed by Johnson has made It clear to parking
Inspection Council ,
voted to the
doubt as to the committee's le. change au.thorlly 1 1 net UieniNelvpN out.Miiuxh'hev .
mistake Into Syrian territory all concerned he alone expel'lIto gal status, saying the civil lion and decided to recommendthe tlon blight, and we the have winter tide season satura" and the name of Its Zone AP Sl|",>c UI Cat'l est|" inleiit, ,. millil 'tout rednstallatlonofmeterawlth during ,
choose the second place nom. rights law preempted the field Council. ing Board of Appeals, Now a five The h.ltllt he could, iki w,IN" a*
maximum time of 30 mln he told
HIROSHIMA Japan (AP) lace. lie has prodded state delegation for the federal government, a uses for a minimum charge of five He said the committee ha*baen man advisory board, underCoun. UNITE; NATIONS, N.Y. (the Tans, Ktilement, Bald, all this
leaders to state
Residents lad wreaths today in produce thereby making the legal force cents The half.hour time limit given to understand that enough ell, the ZDA would be decision (AP) The Soviet Union un. "presenm of U..S. ,plane marl
memory of Hiroshima's nuclear mental ratifying his undeniable of a local committee debatable. would traffic in now la in the City's park. making body under the proposednew loiirortabl walk n tighto) | In ships,. In the Tonkin Gulf unjust
"keep moving money
dead as this rebuilt city of halfa political right to make his own Debatable or not, Integration and out of Fifth Avenue," which Ing revenue fund to undertake toning code, in conformancewith the riJiiRpRoua Southeast AJsituation. | fled and, host"lie towaid) tells

million people marked the selection. leader Dr. Martin Luther King, seems to be one of the financing the recommendations In state law. And It would be North, VIH Nun and lt.d, China,
19th anniversary of the U.s. From past experiences the lent push toward Integration blems downtown Dell said pro. the commlttee'sflrst report, pre. known as the Zoning Board of Anything Premier Khruulichev's Mu' ow seemel to Ixi eel'khlg
Democrats with whom he deals
atomic bomb attack. here, applauded the dual steps sented to Council In June. Chief Adjustments, government rkev c.u t he time to !get Its iK'urlne, to delay
Some 240,000 persona died in almost dally know that the toward desegregation among that report's suggestion Council turned down a plea wrong and it seem imhar.rassvd. mid' Impel" the |iri>-wrhnni: In
President is not who
the attack when an American a "Now the citizens of St. Au. WinebrennerOn was purchase and lease vacant by Council member Mrs Casey the U.N. Sei urlty Coun. II,
plane dropped the bomb over takes kindly to the application gustlne have an opportunity to land along Sixth Avenue South Miller to outlaw future con. The Mistering\ U.S. retilliillonagainst > ,',"1..1IlItll\ tirrent 'semloii. at the,

the center of the city on Aug. 6, of pressure on him. His belief. live together In peace and har. The Mend between Eighth and NinthSlreets.One struct Ion of so-called guesthouses << Communist North Viet request/ or the United &States
that in that direction
194S. preparations mony,' he said 1 cannot say ; lot In this area 1* avail. on corner lots Naples Name torpedo. .tta1.1I' on U.S. Muili Is un the I HIM- for Preni.
made friends
from 40 foreign na were being by whether the court .Instrojers I sudih>til prevented lei Khrimlu' hev. ibo
Delegates ruling will be able for purchase on a low down (Continued on pig 8) > anew onld |hard.
of Gen. Robert Kenne.
Atty. F.
lions to the Soclallstsponsoredbanthebomb tested Saturday, but there will 3 Men ChargedPolice payment and easy terms, Den Met uf 'Irf'lImht..n for ly dn leia Hun 'he dl>l, which" "
to have contributed
conference at. dy was reported . be testing' said. City Manager Wood res. wlilcli Moscow met have UHIIunprepaird. will "Irmk like /little lo the Hu.1|
to his decision to eliminate
tended the memorial services. King and the count grand ' Chinese
that funds
ponded by saying are $1 Million Extra
Kennedy and several others jury previously have disagreed OYIcerJerry Wlnebren. available for the first Mo" 'nw and /Soviet I 11\\I',,' riw These devnlopmniitM i mm at
from consideration. On June 18, the grand jur'' saidit ner, who was shot In the right "but I'd like to be sure I know Added To liudgct lion was slew' In developing. a time when limo world rum.
TIDES Humphrey said today In an t asked King, "and all others to shoulder by a member of a gang where the for the seCoond When It lime from Muwow It munlNt quarrel I III hoidml to.
Interview that he Isn't turning a who were surprised In the bur. money w'.u i In the Icirm shiiwkiwn., The
demonstrate good, faith by re. and third payments will come For South Florida ol' a T4SM new wird a Chinese
High Lev spade to work up delegation moving their Influence from the glary of the Chrls-Tal Market from" igem I statement., a1) KhruNh. hfIY Is too llmiil to

am. p,m. a m. p.m.I support county for 30 days) Monday night, wUl probably be WASHINGTON: (AP) An ex. "Autlinrltatlxii Soviet "lr.'It.s" lead the world revolution I 110."dUS" .
10:29 The Minnesota senator added: able to leave the Naples Hos. tra $1 million has linen aII..1to ihnouniixl 1 the, U.s. U' |11'| MI as he fears, a U.S. "[MperllKr.
Au, 4.32: SMI: "This matter Is entirely In the pltal tomorrow Chief of Police ASKSrOKSTtDyMayor
the budget figure for the 1 S. healliiR up a.elrea'Ii teime !vlt.uatlon .
Aug 7 12.28 5:21 6.24: President's hands. He has nev. Weather Outlook Ben Caruthers said this noon. Archie Turner suggest county Central and South flor. at the rink til Inoudenfilwar. K Khruslxhev' Imps' 'hurriedly,

AUI 7 11:21: er discussed It with me. He will He also expressed the belief ed an economic survey' should be Ida Mood Control District voted But this wan nut tit t'l North Viet Nam 's He| he

AUI 8 1:03 12:09 6:01 7:03 make his own decision and the Partly cloudy through Fri that Edward Swanson who was made, and asked Wood to report by the House Klirimln, hew or the Sot III p>.. Imflli lily howl lo China ,irgu.merits. .

AUI(. 1 1:31: 12:56: 6:41 7:39: convention will honor It." day with widely scattered shot by Winebrenner In return back to Council on what land Is The addition was made b)' 'I ernmeud It was at \II Khruhh.hcv If he dues not, hi risks

AUI. 10 2:02: 1:41 7:26 8:12 Humphrey's supporters now howeri. Los tonight In mid would also be released Into po. available at what prices and how the Senafv Appropriations Com I"' would have Ilkwl to have I arm,merit loss! nl those', rm

AUI(. 11 2.2ft: 2:26 8.09 8:11 count seven Democratic governor 92. South lice custody In a few days. the City could pay. Wood said mlttee Wedneidaj boosting the aid l id his tormenters II'' China murisi-" + round the world who
Au,. 12 2:56 3:16 8:55: (.13 as favoring him for the 7ln. Ilifh Friday Charges of breaking and enter he will try to get all this in. total to '14\ million.Other ind Asia, with whom 1\i has bvllw. , with Peking II at om.
nomination. Gov. Richard J, and soulh,1 t wind H I* 13 Ing with Intent to com mil a felony formation together by the next Florida appropriation, ,*, quarrel ove "ommuril m!' m ii he expat l I. otiljr

Add one hour for Marco Hughes of New Jersey was the mile per hour gusty near were filed today'against Swanson, Council meeting August 19! and remained unchaned, itrate for 'PHI II it the b) armed revolutionary, action.
Add one hour, Naples Bay bridge latest to Join this group shoe era. Archie Lee Smith and Henry Lee Bell told him to feel free to call
Johnson, Assist ant EtateAttorne)' on him or the committee for
George Vega said this morning help.

Vega stated that he is studyingthe Council alsoauthorizedthtmaK'l ,

filing of additional charge ', to appoint two Flftl. Ave ;ue \
All three are Negroes and ex. ,.
pro| : ert' owners to the o't street
convicts, Caruthers said John. parking committee. Turner said

son Is now on parole. Johnson he Hill\ make the aumntmerits"

was taken Into custodj after he In time lor the new member to a 4 ti a
a had Jumped Into theba) and Smith uaitlclpate In the committee'snext

after he had taken a skiff belong meeting next Tut Ida} The

Y log to DuU Turner which he row. committee /prtienth 'la, representation
y La ed across the bay where police from ownei 'lor

9 say he stole a pickup truck He druntown propert
5 1ful as later arrested on Shell Is.
land Road after a road block had TAX DISTRICTS

been set up.Dade Bell proposed special.d\I'' >

town taxing districts to finance
off.atteet parking facilities '
Schools some future time. Parking me.
will be adequateto
ter receipts
Will Open With .
ro1 pay for nte'led oflstreetpark.Inf C
a- t "for the next few J.ar.."
Minute Of SilenceMIAMI
The special taxing districts

ZAP) Children in would provide "a vehicle fortax. !

Dade County public schools, Ing those properties benefiteddiiettly
/ arred by law from devotional ," Bell noted. "We.tre.

Bible reading and prayer' in nuously oppose general taxa.

their classrooms, will start each tlon to finance' additional down.to .

da) with a moment of silence MI parking

MAKING( PLANS FOR the 1964 United Fund campaign George Powell instead, ed He in said such'toecause parking of the i* need.over ,

(left ), president of the United Fund, and Earl G 1 lodges (right). The school board unanimous. su-W part of downtown landowners I

iO-thaiinian with Cliailea J Copley of the 1961 tampaixn yesterday 1} agreed Wednesday that med.and *io have not provided sufficient

announced the appointment of Mr Mary( Chance ('enter as thair- Raton was an appropriate the parking" But the IH. Istrlrt
of filling gap
man of the drive in the residential Mr*. Chance is a member of caused way by the U.s Supreme idia should Include a formula MoirMK: ('oNTIMtS-: p He patrol car was the object .r i the mob's wrath j

the board of the Naples Community Hospital and is a forma memberof Court ruling that dally devo. U exclude downtown properties ra .,ai lolencc ''UIIII .1. In J TIC; City N J. Rear window Will broken by missiles & I pal

the board of the Friends of the Library, (NEWS photo) tlonals are unconstitutional. (ntlnuH on page I) police by the mob
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3 in 1 n-R: i oi N I n\' H\3 Thund.y, August (. IISC
: have as guests Mrs Howe'sparents t .
: II'I I U.S. Pushing Military
Mr and Mrs Roy

Heffron of Greenville, XU., and r' (,. ,.'Yfff.f I 1

i jffmmokalee( News her Mr. and sister Mrs and Fred brother-in-law Cock. They Watches China

plan to return home Saturday is "' Buildup;

BY MRS W. n. CARRETTThe While they were here, Rever. ?
,:. ,,. . end Howe and family Mr. and I e .
"" ''' "
1 at the
Mrs. Heffron, and Mr. and Mrs. WASHINGTON (AP) The feverish pitch big < ost, ,
radio tower for WCOF from Immokalee Unit 148 was the Cook spent a week at Lake Ker { s' : ::; State pressed its mill base of Da Nang, 80 miles ii "II i

v as erected at the site last Sun. past president Mrs J.P. Magee, in Salt Springs. 3p ;; buildup in Southeast Asia the Communist frontier. ,S,

tii> and actual construction on and president Mrs. Frank Shell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warnerand as officials watched for U.S. F102 Jet Interceptors Un ,

the building was scheduled to BIRTHDAYMrs. children, and Harriet Feth- clue Red China might U. ed at the base, sources said ?

get underway this week. Fol J.C. Carver honored her er spent a week with Mrs. VIr. J 0v ; President Johnson's warn. five South Vietnamese arim 'ii

lowing completion of the build. daughter Connie Jayeonher sixth glnla Harvey at Crystal Lake, and start its troops march. visions were said to be prepaic: '

Ing, the equipment will be Instilled birthday with a party at herhome near Panama City. Mrs Hrrvey to fight in the area.
and set up Mr. Buckner Friday afternoon. Games were is a former resident Immoka Many officials here doubted Red China, which has bee i,

said Sunday that he Is still hoping played and prizes won by Ralph lee They returned by way of e. would. They expressed be supporting the guerrilla vur.
to get on the air In time to May Jr., and Donald Brown. Tampa to pick up their daugh. < . I q v':tt -.>weiaMAP Peking would in general, fare in South Viet Nam by in? .

broadcast the Labor Day Rodeo There was a mixed age group ter Gwen who is attending the l ? .. Itself to mounting a pro. nellng supplies to North VU
The site of the radio station Is at the party so for the small University of South Florida. / : attack which is al Nam by land and via the Gulf .,,i

'i mile west of highway 29 on fry there was a fish pond. They Miss Colleen Doyle of HIaleah / : f /< .:. under way. Tonkin fired off threats and
Immokalee Drive on the south fished and got a prize every was the guest of her cousin. 4 1 1t '; :; :t 14b 1 < t' The Communist Chinese denunciations.The .

side of the street, Just beyondthe time, so everyone had a happy Miss Rayetta Penland at ; the United States with first statement Wednes.
Wells Subdivision. time. Birthday cake and punch the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank t ( against North Viet day broadcast by Peking's of!!

were served first and Mrs. Car. SheU last week. Mr. and Mrs. \s z 1 < and declared "UJS. im. cial New China news agcm, ,
AMERICAN LEGION ver had made arrangements; with Shell, Rayetta and Charlotte Ma. : a has gone over the charged Johnson ordered the all

Sunda morning past chap. the Ice cream man to come at gee; spent Tuesday at FUheatlng of war. They said the attacks "to enhance his po&>.
lain Rev Ted Greenbrier, pas. a certain time and serve the Creek. people will absolutely tlon" in the presidential electloi

tor of the Venice Baptist Church, children Ice cream. Those at. Mrs. Edith Renfro and daughter sit idly by without lending a and "to spread the flames of
addressed the Joint session of tending weret Jimmy and Mary Helen Mrs. Tom Hastings a's .wu2' hand" to prevent North war to the northern part of Viet

the American Legion and American Ann Granger Bobble and Robbie Miss Gloria Wagoner and Miss E F e Nam from being "subject Nam."
Legion Auxiliary school of Lou Stanley Patty Beth, and Theresa Shockley spent TuesdayIn aggression. China, which recently warned

Instruction held at the high schoolIn Donald Brown, Steven Carver Miami. of State Dean Rusk foreign ships to steer clear of

Lake Placid. He spoke of Randy, Steve, and Matt White the situation explosive! the Gulf of Tonkin followed up
God's search for someone to Ralph May Jr., Jodie Kaye and 15th BIRTHDAY the aftermath of the "very its original statement with another .
lead the children of Israel In Joel Carver. Mrs. RlchardStan. Barbara Permenter celebrated PROUD COLLECTION-Jack ,Small an American who has lived in the American air describing the situation as

the days of Moses and how now, ley and Barbara Granger assist her 15th birthday with a party at since Just after the war displays his signed collection of MacArthur against Communist North "one of utmost gravity"
In this day because of the In. 'ed Mrs. Carver with the party. the home of the Frank Shells believes his In Nam's boat armada.
are the only stamps existence that were signed by the patrol
creasing population many are Among the ones arriving home i Saturday There was a wiener We cannot be completely
needed. He continued that the after a vacation are Mr. and roast and traditional birthday about what the days ahead Still

American Legion largest of all Mrs. Ken Glldden and daughters, cake was served to Mr. and Mrs. Florida us may hold," Rusk said, and Bryant
veteran organizations can be Joyce and Teresa. They spent Blackle Permenter and children, WEATHERBy Press Hunt administration braced for a

such leaders. They have fought! several weeks visiting relativesIn Patty Sue, Jenny Billy and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of trouble in Southeast Plans To Resume
and died for peace and today Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Margaret and Colleen Doyle. High Low Pr. Approve .
there Is no peace. Ellison have been vacationing and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Wrlsley the United
Albany cloudy 82 98 As a precaution
Recess was called while the visiting relatives In Sylvania,Ga. received word from their son Albuquerque clear (4 71 For KillersOf ... rushed more planes and Law Practice
Ladles Auxiliary went to their Glenn who has been spending In Viet
Atlanta clear 78 89 including the giant car. TALLAHASSEE AP) Gov
held In the MUSIC CAMP the summer In Illinois that instead (
separate meeting
Bismarck clear 104 S3 .01 WASHINGTON Ranger and 12 destroyers
( asked
school library. Mrs. William Randy Carver son of Mr. and of arriving home this week toward Farris Bryant, whether
Boise clear 84 SS Ida's .. the West Coast -
Eislle 8th district president :Mrs. JC. Carver left Saturday'he Is vacationing In Wisconsinwith ThreeJACKSON he was In line for president of
Boston cloudy 78 60 .44 expressed crisis cone.
called the meeting to order. In. :for Florida State University In his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Florida State University repeated
Buffalo clear 71 SO over the In South Viet Nam/ transports
that he
today planned to
vocation pledge; of allegiance Tallahassee, to attend music ,Harry Seullrer and family
Chicago cloudy 83 63 en against North out of the Airport
Miss. (AP-Fed. return to Ocala and practicelaw
the national anthem, and the aux. i i"illary camp for six days training In ,
preambles preceded talky 1 band leadership. Mr. and Mrs. George; McKay Cincinnati clear 90 61 aral and state authorities Intensified pedo boat bases what appeared to be a giant after Ills term as governor

? Mrs. William Tlce, central a Quite a few people are enjoy. and children Gary and Carolyn, Cleveland clear nlll! their Investigations today U.S. Navy ships of troops and materials ends In January.

Area department vice president. 1 lag fishing these days Mr. and are home again after being away Denver, clear 91 61 Into the slaying of the three "The the North Viet Nam bor. The president Job at FSU will

,'The address of the day "Am. 1 1ericanlsm" Mr*. Willard McCraney spent most of the summer They spent Des Moines, cloudy 91 70 civil rights workers whose bod. Cong forces to to guard against the chain. become vacant Feb. 1 when Dr
was presented by !Saturday fishing at Lake Placid three weeks in Indian Rocks Detroit clear 79 S3 les were unearthed after an ex. cldent Indicates an attark. Gordon Blackwell leaves to take

'Captain Floyd E. Hoskins.U.s.N. i and Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Scott Beach with Mr.McKay's parents, Fairbanks cloudy 68 49 .19 haustlve 44-day search a showdown was reported at a the presidency of Furman Unl1 .
Mr. and Mrs. E.G. McKay. From Fort Worth clear 106 80 Rumors that arrests were Im. may not be very 1 verslty In Greenville, S.C.
retired. Hosklns told of hlsfeeU i ii spent Saturday fishing at the Isle
there they drove to St. Louis Helena clear 82 43 mlnent were heard from one Rep. Bob Slkes. asked If he would
Bryant was
s when he hisnet
once again put and visited with Mrs. McKay'saunt Honolulu clear 83 73 .21 Rep. Charles E
the state
on American soil after be. end of to the other. But take the Job.
I good catch. and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Indianapolis, clear 87 83 the FBI would neither confirm the risk of
"I never accept Jobs that
ikg In various countries the and
Mr. and Mrs. J.P.
Magee located.'I
Arnold Zopf. They also visited Jacksonville cloudy 85 74 was a "risk Pumping Rig
hurt that comes when American ,daughters have come home after nor deny the reports.In haven't been offered; and 1
several of Interest while taken.
places Juneau cloudy 43 49
citizens do not remove their hats spending three weeks in Tennes. Honolulu Negro comedian never turn down Jobs that have
In St. Louis They rented a trail Kansas City cloudy 93 76 Republican "
or stand at attention when the see with relatives. Dick Gregory said today he had not been offered, he replied.
er and spent a month camping in Los Angeles; cloudy 86 69 relayed to the FBI three weeks Cramer and said .
United States flag passes by and The First Methodist Church Bryant a university president
Mamouth Cave National Park and 92 76 said a strong Oil
Louisville cloudy letter which told where to Seeking
should be
when school children do not know will hold a called quarterly con. ago a gentleman, a
the Great Smokies National Park. Memphis clear 93 72 tacks was the
find the bodies.
trie pledge; of allegiance, or the J terence at the church Sunday scholar and an admliiUtratoi
Star Spangled Banner After the.August 9 at tSO p.m. There They reported that they had a Miami, clear 89 74 1.12 Gregory also said he had glv. such actions. He said! he could not qualify as
>lunch, served by the Lake Pla.ttd 1 will be a basket dinner and at grand vacation.Rev. Milwaukee cloudy 75 59Mpls.St.P. en the FBI a tape recording George a scholar because although he
Daniels of the First 68 the President
97 Near FeldaFELDA
cloudy containing names of the killers. liked to he had .
Post 25! at their Legion home, 7:30 p.m., regular worship ser study not attained
Baptist Church is conducting revival New Orleans, clear 92 74 .03 takably clear
introduction of this year's dls. 1 vice After this, the conferencewill The three bodies were found the goal he sought.
services this week In Green 81 61 does not wish
trlct chairman and Instructions 1 be held for the propose of New York two days ago In an earthen wa. ; AP-A $50,000 a. He said he had considerable
vllle, Ala., and will conduct are. Okla. City clear 106 78 tershed embankment In are. present fighting ( administrative
'by them concluded expansion In expertence.
an interesting property. scheduled
pumping rig was
Ala. Nam.
vlval In Currenton next Omaha, cloudy 88 72
'ind mote area near Philadelphia Asked whether Ms three
Rev and Mrs.
delightful day. Attending Richard Howe week. Reverend Daniels' family Philadelphia clear 8063 Others who begin sucking at the entrails
Miss. daughters as students at JSU
accompanied him on the trip. Phoenix clear 98 77 Andrew Goodman, 20, and MI. tion were: Sen. Florida's cattle country today should be protected from certain ,
land search of a new oil field.
80 53PUnd A.
clear Rep.
Pittsburgh 24 both white ,

chael ideas
and Bryant said the ques.
Samples of a salt water
LIONS CLUB Me. 11 58 Sam Gibbons
cloudy ;
New Yorkers, were positively solution found at 11,483: feet lion was so broad he had to
The Lions Club held their reg. Ptlnd, Ore., clear 78 S2 Identified, the FBI said The per; Rep. James answer yes.
ular meeting Monday night at clear 102 64 Rep. D. R. week left Sun Oil officials
; Rapid City third body was tentatively Iden. :. They Imported the "In the moral realm, how.
Alenes restaurant. The business Richmond clear 79 59
lifted as James Chaney, 22, the rig from Mississippi ever,", he said, "I think students ( .
neetlng was conducted as usual St. Louis, clear 95 64 Meridian Negro who had ac. '" '
should be protested
and they held a discussion on the Salt Lk. City clear 90 61 .07 Goodman and find out what's down there.In .
Edison Junior scholar 76 67 companied iH April Sun Oil sunk a well, "In the intellectual realm,
College San Diego, cloudy Schwerner on a trip to Phlladel. :! : .-: "
feet and found trace of they can protect themselves.
ship fund. They had as their San Fran., clear 78 57 a
phla from Meridian on June 21. F" .
guest Mr. William T. Lewis Seattle clear 72 56 D. J. Monroe a company Three days before his resig.
The University of MississippiMedical .
Others attending wen Sam Tampa, cloudy 92 78 believed the samples nation last month Dr. Black.
Center here where
Heath, Jack Whlsnant Richard Washington; clear 81 66 $ an oil field nearby. well was accused by a member
James 98 56 the decomposed corpses were So the new well was drilled, of the University Board of Con.
Stanley Murray Conova Winnipeg clear \
Williams Roland Frank brought for autopsies said all I. a mile and a half from trol of allowing an unwholesome
three were shot to death The ..
Warner and Bud Hinson. first one on the property of atmosphere that resultedin
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Williamshad bullets were recovered, It was t... ". Red Cattle Co. ranch local. growth of a subversive organization .

their last week Ru. reported. In the open, palmetto-scrub on the campus.Dr. .
as guest ,
fus' niece Mrs. Hazel Hand oi The FBI has refused to dls. Just north of the Ever. Blackwell denied the char.

Belle Glade. On Friday they close any reasons why they ob. After 33 days, the drll. ges.;
tined a bulldozer and a drag :
visited Rufe Daughtry's Cactus was stopped last Wednes. In other action Bryant:
Garden in Ft. Myers. line to dig Into the recently built and the pumper brought In. 1. Said he had not chosen a
Backs LBJ the bodies
dam where were
The Reverend Sellers of the Frederick foreman at replacement for William T
Church of God reported that the found. second well, said it would (Billy) Mayo on the State Road
church supper was well attended Roy K. Moore chief of the about two days of pumping Board. He appointed Mayo to
Jackson FBI office, would only : find out whether they've the Public Utilities Commissionto
School attendance
and that the Sunday

say It was the result of car.rut. '... oil rich to fill the created
Is climbing. He Is very In Red RowWASHINGTON enough pro. vacancy by
methodical "I'll let
happy about that, and he also < .. a pronto the death of Wilbur King.
reported that the old. fashioned (AP) Two my superiors' n Washington do -. '. land formation has Bryant said he was consider.
tvI& the talking, Moore said. geologists that oil Is Ing several possibilities but he
Gospel sing will be held the last top Senate committees over. -
Sunday In each month at > p.m. whelmlngly approved today a The Birmingham (Ala.) News, and oil companies had time since Mayo had not
in a copyright story Wednes. ,
Harriet Feather left Tuesdayfor resolution giving bipartisan roamed the state for years yet moved over to the com mis.
Lakeland where she will begin backing to President Johnson's day, said a reward of $30,000 nl for oil slon. Mayo wanted to complete
- brought Into the FBI the Infor. only producing field in his road board duties. He said
; A-M--; her duties as junior high English military actions In Southeast
G PREP Aerial shows newlyconitructed teacher. Asia. motion which led to the finding state is Sunnlland, about 25 that probably would take two
of the bodies The News also
highway In downtown Tokyo. Its one of four exproiiwaysbuilt The Senate Foreign Relationsand south of Felda in the weeks.
., said the names of seven persons It has 13: 2. Said he would vote for the
CamelWANT pumps
traffic to the
'In capital to handle site Olympic Armed Services committees
linked with the slaying
4i sped the resolution to the Sen. : 1,930; barrels a day, constitutional amendment Nov.
been given to the FBI. his been in 3 .
ate floor for what Democraticand operation since setting up a nine member
The FBI declined comment A well board of
Republican leaders hoped on must produe 100 regents to govern state
would be either the news story or the re. a day. to men costs universities term but he would
quick there.
They did so after passage Secretaryof port from Gregory about the let. about 25 miles east of not actively support It.

State Dean Rusk: asked themto ter.Gregory Myers is excited abou4. 3. Said he was concerned
had offered a $25OOC oil when
put Congress on record as company's optimism. people take It into their
leaving Communist reward for Information leading ARTY Hendry County Commts. own hands to violate the laws,
.9 ROOM TO no doubt whatever"aggressors"In of the to the "finding of the bodies, the erstrasse In who asked that his name referring to the nine clergymen;

unity and determination of the arrest and prosecution of the Germany. is be used, said investors were serving 6Way( Jail terms for a
American people to defend killers" shortly after the irk fancy street. land owners $50 an acre 1961 liMn conviction.

Southeast Asia vanished.He dren tried one-quirter of the mineral Bryant said civil disobediencewas
SWING YOUR CAT? gresilon. against Red ag. did not name the source oi ing during .. However sales reported wrong. "You don't serve

Only Sen. Wayne Morse D. the letter he said he turned over the Steglitx averaged $13 an the cause of Justice by violating

Ore., a member of the Foreign to the FBI. Lichterfelde Is for full! mineral rights laws," he said.
He exhibited what he said wasa
Relations Committee who has
copy of It at a press conference
denounced the resolution as a
k in Honolulu where he Is
"predated declaration of war"In
appearing in a night club.
Asia, voted against It.
It said the bodies "were bur. '
j Tale a $..b n She. sp..iws.we Rusk Defense, supported Robert by S. Secretaryof McNama. led In a field not too far fron

: .bn> HI Pine Mf. !.. ra, and Gen. Earle C. Wheeler, Philadelphia, Miss., between

, .......... ...Iw1 ., H.,.... chairman of the Joint Chiefs of five to eight miles to the right
coming south from
Staff, told the senators recent Phlladel.
only "' end N+.h.N North Vietnamese torpedo-boat phla, between 200 and 400 yards :
off the road.
,",Ie. iMrih ., rh. City attacks on U.S. destroyers In
HIGH AS A KITE-John the Gulf of Tonkin "are no Iso. The spot where the corpses
llmH. llolcombe of Alexandria Bay lated Incident." were found is six miles south of ia

\ M... .. wail ,.we4 Nn.N N.Y.. soars high over the The bipartisan leadership west yards of off Philadelphia Mississippi, about too _
1000 Islands area of the St. 6'
planned to bring up the resolu.
M. I* .... charm II riiitn Lawrence River In the new tlon for quick: passage In the Goodman, Schwerner and 1F

.......kly prk4 .mmv. sport of kite.flying people. Senate. Chaney were arrested on a
... _-- speeding charge on June 21 at ri uy
niry .! emit e.l.tAtli ... Philadelphia. They spent six

hours In Jail. After they posted
..., ".1... N> five yw FLY NAPLES bond late that night, they re. r

\ .... ......... het mq end portedly drove off toward Me.
\k: MIAMI rldlan in their station wagon.
C._OTnn, far Pine Si4fePineRiclqe The charred hulk of their ve. Y4

...n.mM nw -.,. hlcle was found two days later
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7:45 AM. 11,30AM. 345P.M. FORT PIERCE, Fie. (AP) -

Miami To Naples Mrs. Betty Darling 33, went sunning .
for a rabbit that was raiding

9ro: A.M. 2.-15 1 P.M. 5:00: P.M. her garden

The bunny was unscathed but
mM.rmnmoi ConnwIioM and Reservation to any point I I. the world (1) Mrs. Darling's .:Z caliber

Created by Collier Development Corp. NAPLES AIRLINESNaples pistol accidentally discharged,
wounding her arm; and U) her
110 Tamiami Trail Phon. MI 2.2131 Airport Conrouree 1 Miaul Alrpert automobile went into a ditch OMIGOSH:-Why are these beauties grimacing? An auto accidents A pack of unruly
when she lost control while mice No..-,1i'V! ullfifILa/ ] $ Palma de Mallorca r Spain Monica Rasby (deft of Sweden. ,
NAPllt. FIOHIOAOR MI S-14S4 NE 4-4111 driving to a hospital adding a Miss 1963.; and her successor, Susan Holmquist of Denmark register
ill YOU LOCAL SIAITOI City Tkkcl office Nsplee Travel Arne 4 Careen cut lip end bruieed forehead to suitable expressions of horror The bullfight took place In honor of the contestants in
her injuries. the International' Beauty Con'estP

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\f I .. ".':;1. '., I

90arh Fight Today For

@vvaplCS,1 Medicare Bill

} ( J3eacI
;:i- Security last-ditch*fight financed to enact health a Social care

plan for the elderly this year
Br Mary A. Foster MI I-JJ61 f4 I
opens today in the Senate Finance
Committee. NECK 12-

The regular monthly meeting ,the association building This Is Secretary of Welfare AnthonyJ.
of the Naples Park Area Asso. the time of the year when grass Celebreite appears to testifyfor
elation was held Thursday July grows like crazy and more will the administration plan
30th. Meeting was called at 8:10 tng hands are needed to help In which would provide hospttall. I65" i

by President Harold Hulpieu The this work. If you can give a few M tat Ion, nursing home, diagnostic BUST.36WAIST24
invocation, the Lord's Prayer hours to help out, get in touch and home health visit benefits. 11.5'
was led by Mrs. Julia Hulpieu, with R.P. Boyd on 101st Avenue. t This proposal, known as the
while the salute to the nag was The sane men are doing all the King-Anderson bill, was beaten -
led by Mrs. Helen Hennlng. work, and new faces will be most w1'n . 52 to 48 in a Senate showdown
Minutes of the previous meeting welcome fight In 1962
and the board of directors Also at this time, we feel It's \ Sen. Albert Gore D-Tenn., UPPER HIP32 '
were read and approved. Jack rather sad to have to remind some S leading the fight for the propos 9,5' I
Sherer of VanderbUt Beach has folks that there are still n mem. al In the absence of its chief j
been named Civil Defense direct bers who have not paid their dues sponsor, Sen. Clinton P. Ander. HIP 3tb=
tor for this area. for 1964 If you are one of them, S ..f son, D.NM., said he doubted it JTI (
President Hulpieu expressedhis perhaps it has slipped your mindso could win approval In the Finance JI
thanks and appreciation to to keep the books straight, .. I Committee. I IGH 20=
Walter Doehring and Frank Ba. and be a member In good stand. r; But Gore said he was confl I z
corn for cutting the grass around ing, please pay your dues. dent that there had been sufficient Y
Contributing to the birthday change in the Senate in the
bank were members Loretta Ne. last two years that the 1962 vote '

Orders cas, Julia Hulpieu Nestor Ay. uit1 A I1F could be reversed. KNEE 12.S- :., LnW
mong, Jake Zaleakt and AvallneFiller. Anderson who underwent an
Member of the month was p 'Cj operation at Albuquerque two
Baby ReturnedTo Mrs. Julia Hulpieu. After the } weeks ago, may return In time
meeting, movies were shown by to help In the fight CALF 13.- w
Ray Foster ,01 special Inter. Gore offered the health care
Real MotherFORT est were those of the New York tT amendment as an addition to
World Fair. the Social Security benefits In a
LAUDERDALE (AP)- Mn and Mrs. Forrest Arm. bill which passed the House last ..
Young BelUck .
Tracy back
strong of 99th Avenue recently week
with his real mother and father .
returned from a vacation that This measure would Increase ANKLE -
today, the result of a "reluctantdicilion"
took them to their former home retirement, disability and survivor *
Judge. by a circuit court town of Madison Ind.,and Green payments by 5 per cent and

burg Ind., where there was a make numerous other changes
The mother Mrs. Leo Davis
reunion of all the Arm strong fam. In the system It also would increase
Belllck of Salem N. H. had
ily. From there they went to the tax schedule to pay
en Tracy at laundromathere
away a
Zanesvllle, Ohio, to visit their for them.
last Oct. 19.
Later she hada
daughter Mrs. Hobart Kundle.
change of heart and wanted r WEIGHT-115-I1BLBS\
Mr. Kunkle Is now in England, Y :
her El-month-old
The woman she son gave the In Southport on the Irish Sea; 4aR Die GET OUT THE TAPE !MESt'RE-llore is a chance to check
establishing and managing a new Two Boys Scientists and engl\.
youngster to, Mrs. Russell Bach yourself against feminine perfection
man of Fort Lauderdale, didn't company of Essex Wire who have neers at California Computer Products Inc. Los Angele!: .
want to give him up. whose factories main all over the country,but I When Trapped By worked for a week on dimensions of the 20th century CleOpatra -
headquarters are In "
She and her husband went to They call her Miss Formula tier figures are above
Detroit Mich. Mrs. Kunkle will
court, seeking legal adoption of arrive at her mother's home I j 5 i Tunnel CaveInWARWICK
the Canadian-born child. :
shortly after for a visit, before '.. i
In a seven-page decision, Clr. leaving for England where they ,. RI. (AP) Two
cult Judge O. Edgar WilliamsJr. ,,,, ( burled al. Music Teacher
., ruled that the Bachmanshad will five make years.their home tome next ", \ : ", ) .., 'J lye 15-year.old Wednesday boys were night when Buxom Blonde

welfare failed demanded to prove the child's Mr. and Mrs Dan Cleaver, ''1 tjll ''U.lIL .Mr trapped by a cave-In some IS
adoption. of Vanderbilt Beach,iad as house feet below ground -where they

He his ordered natural the parents child returnedto saying Sharp guests,of Mr.Gainesville and Mrs., Fla.Sherman While --- --Mr, -and MO: ; IdDu ne--.J ; -(Mcurain Photo) had room.A .dug out an underground Switches To Truck DrivingNEW

the. "real victim" of
the case here, Mrs. Sharp was the chief third boy was rescued after
was the Bachman couple. coffee pourer for the family ,and two hours of frantic rescue YORK (AP) The buxom .i, Arts and Industries with a degree .
Williams said, "No word here they will miss her now that she Boiitwell Jones>> work. He suffered only a minor blonde crossod her dungaree In music.
stated can give an/ adequate is gone. head cut, apparently sustained -clad legs, tilted the peakedcap She came to New York six
balm to the tortured heart of when grated by a rescuer's sho. to shadow her baby-blue years ago with theatrical as l.
Mrs. Bachman as she complieswith LIKES TO WRITE vel. eyes and explained why she rations. That's why she said,

the court's order and sur. Wonder how many people have Wedding In E.. NaplesMiss Three other boys had Just left switched from teaching music she changed her last name
renders the child she has come connected the name of Adolph the tunnel entrance when the to driving a truck "I was get. For three years she taught
to consider as her own." Kopen which you see under ave-ln occurred during a ting stale" music and English in OrcinsWe

poems and very Interesting let. Helolse Ann Boutwell, mother wore an Ire blue en. bells. There was a lace on pink drenching rain. One of them She Is Miss Jeanle Manning on Long IsUnd. But she also
ters to the editor, with one of daughter of Mr. and Mrs JohnW. semble with white accessories.Her table cloth and maiden hair fern Bruce Charon, IS, said he fell 28, 5 feet 3 Inches tall, 122 worked in an electronic facto.

Hospital Group our neighbors on 95th Avenue. Boutwell, Jr., t>f Naples, be. flowers were also gardeniasand around the cake.Out.of.town backward as sand poured over pounds, and 38-25-30. Wednesdaywas ry a dance studio, a handfeg
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Campbellof came the bride of David Duane red sweetheart roses. guests were Mrs. him from the opening but man. her first day on the Job with factory, and cocktail lounges
Plans Luncheon 103rd Avenue once again met Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs.Jesse The ushers were Norman Bill Rltter, Mr. and Mrs. La. aged to dig himself out. the National Auto Renting Co., playing the piano
at the Breakwaters, on Miami F. Jones of Naples, Sunday at Chesser, Danny Zwlcker, and mar Black Sr., and John and Elizabeth The victims were Michael J. and her first assignment was She says her boy friends a
Wednesday August 12, marks Beach, the same seven coupleswho the East Naples Baptist Church. Kenneth\} Vaughn. : Black, Mr. and' Mrs. La. Kasek Jr. and Frank J. Lapro. taking a 9-ton, 204oot truck psychiatrist, worries about tsar
the last card party and luncheon for years get together every Rev. Ledles Bargo officiated at .1,1 mar Black Jr., and ,Mrs.* Dill, china, Jr., both Warwick, from the main terminal to a. and in turn "h* worries me./'
of the summer for the Naples')ulnln l',' to<'WugH, play and. get the double.rlng ceremony. The, .BECEPXIONv "sq;|,MOO; 'Awards'" of Ft..Uuferdale. Alto', garage warehouse "He wont try to analyse w|>r
Community Hospital Auxiliary. taught.up on all the gossip. bride was given in marriage by The reception followed ,at the present were Mr.'and Mrs.. JohnR. "William K.; Underwood Jr., 1), She has been doing this on I am driving a truck," she said
The time Is set for 12:00 noon Mr. and Mrs. F.F Nutting her father, Jqhif W, Boutwell. church annex with Pam Merry Fuller of Daytona Beach, Mr,, also of Warwick, was several trial solo runs for the past week "But every day I'm on the road
at the Tahitian Cove Congress who have been living In our The church was decorated with Pattie Boutwell and Mrs. JohnR. Floyd Pate of Miami, Mr. and I feet nearer the surface than the and had her hectic moments. In I have to check In with him ty
Inn. Luncheon may be ordered area for a while have moved to palms, white gladioli, and Fuller assisting. The four. Mrs. Jerry Cole and Mrs. Hel. Kasek and Laprochlna boy the Midtown Tunnel from Man. phone to tell him I'm O.K."
from the menu, and a $1.00 Venice Fla., where they have mums. The organist was Roan tiered wedding cake was top. olse Cole of Ft. Myers, and Mr. when the heavy, wet sand came hattan to Queans there had beenan
donation will be taken for card rented a house for a year. Mrs. Johnson. ped by the traditional wedding and Mrs. Charles Rhodes Cape tumbling Into the labyrinth of accident In the tube, and she Connie iheest- makes i
playing. Door prize will be Nutting ia a sister of Mrs. R.II. The bride wore an alron lace ,, Coral. tunneling.The "skimmed the side of the tun. nutritious mil drlulous* ,;on
awarded to some lucky lady. Re Woodworth of Wlllett Avenue over chiffon gown with long For a wedding trip to Miami Underwood boy said he nel," swerving the big truck tribunal In lummci vrittil le
servations may be made with Vanderbilt Beach. sleeves. Her veil was full-length, Beach, the bride chose an olive burled to his around stalled vehicles. and fruit .lldl.I Liar the .,he{iat <
was up chest and
Mrs.2121. Peggy Pittman at MI 2. Hope some of you are using caught in a tiara of seed pearls.She Square Dancers green dress accented by a corsage .' the other two boys were burled Another day on 10th Avenue, Mum as possible titer you
the Naples Park Area Assocla. carried a bouquet of garden. of gardenias. After the trip,1 completely, ;"I lost the second: gear. So whileI hang It from the nlrlle, vita
lion Library. It la small but con. ias and white sweetheart roses. the couple will live at 2747Davis I was figuring where It was, all Hour will he best n ,."u III"'n.
twins some very interesting The best man was Wayne Jones, Come Up With Blvd., In Naples. He finally was brought to the i I around me was traffic and the it (,>i no m >rr than e 111.r, t'iVi!
Leaves $50,000 books, both fiction and non-flc brother of the groom. The bride was orglnally from surface after two hour and 17
tion, plus educational. You may The matron of honor was Laura FloorThe Washington D.C., and a studentat minutes of rescue work Treatedat A native of Klngsvllle, Tex., SeaGolden I
Trust Fund For pick up a book any Wednesdayor Capelle of Naples. She wore a New Dance Naples Senior High School.The a hospital, he returned to the the I I young woman's real sur.

Thursday afternoon.The build. dress of baby blue taffeta,sleeve. Sunshine Shufflers out. bridegroom Is a graduate of scene in time to see worker i name Is Meurer. She was bornIn
Two Dogs, Cats Is always open on those days.All less with a round neckline with a door dance Saturday evening will Naples Senior High School. bring up the bodies of Kasek I San Antonio and was gradu Gate
AMESBURY. Mass. AP that Is asked of you la that you bouffant skirt. Her pillbox hat and Laprochlna. i lied from The Texas Collage of
( ) be held In front of the Chlumsky
Two dogs and two cats have a write you name and the name of was of matching material with a building, 950 Central Avenue.
the book you are taking out on a short veil. Her flowers were can. Dyches.StorterMethodist Guest
trust fund of than
more $50,000. card in dy stripe Instead of at Fifth Avenue,South, Food'l ::1 carne
Annie E. Webster 84, of the card file for that carnations with white and the Tamlaml Trail as pre. II : r '
Amesbury who died June 8, dl. purpose; and please when you sweetheart roses. The brides. announced.
rected in her will that the bulk have finished with the book,bring maids, Roberta Gaede, Linda Col. vlously -m
Since the Shufflers moved to
it back, so others may enjoy it Tins and Cheryl Tomlinson, wore Holds MeetingMembers
of her $68,000 estate, after $14, the Central Avenue location three Cornish Hens Over Charcoalby
as much. you did. dresses similar to that
worn by
000 In charitable bequests .
months ago they have been eye. of the Dy< hes Stor FREEGAS
should be placed in trust for articles.Again, many Hope thanks you keep for them your I the The matron bride's of honor.mother chose a Ing their spacious parking lot, ter Circle of the First Metho. fisynor Maddox, Newspaper Enterprise Man
out how It couldbe dlst Church mot nightin
trying to figure Tuesday
pets.The will directed that the dogs coming In to make this column of beige ensemble with matching used for outdoor dances. Last the Fellowship Hall of the I'lumptender Cornish hens each) on close together t 1
and cats be permitted to live the Interest to read. So until next accessories. Her flowers were Tuesday evening they appear to Church with 14 members pre. appeal to the outdoor weekend Balance; tie securely I'lace
rest of their lives In her home week may the Good Lord watch white gardenias with red sweet have solved the problem. sent. Mrs. E.L. Bowling was chef.COINISII. over glowing coali Place I,'

and that they are to be given over all of you and keep you well. heart roses. The bridegroom's On Tuesday, at Ray Castle's the hostess. : HENS BARBECUE: drip.pan under hens Cook 30
"a proper burial when they danced Mrs. minutes Baste, cook 1 houror
workshop session, they Harley Chesser was the I 1
((14 )
die.. a rug made of roofing felt laid program leader, The programwas cups until tender, baiting every
directly on the asphalt paving. preceded by a song period. I. cup finely chopped 15 mlnutei

Talcum powder dusted over the ,.Mrs. Otis King presided over celery
Edward HaleyAt surface took the bite off the felt, ,the business session. I large clove garlic, CORNISH HENS

and the dancers unanimously Other members present were] minced (Indoor Method)

Pensacola agreed It made an excellent Mrs. Clau,to Storter, Mrs. Arthur 2 tablespoon butter or Truss 4 Cornish hens .

dancing aurface. Wednesday the Stewart, Mrs. Edna: W".ks. Mrs, margarine( (about 1 pound each) on spit,
Shufflers secured sufficient ma. C.A. Wicks,Mrs. John Rice, Mrs 1 can (lOts ounces) condensed close together Balance, tie 4It
Flight School terlal to make an area big enoughfor 'Wilbur Shorter Jr., Mrs. Lucille tomato soup securely Place In rotisserie

nine squares of dancers Otts, Mrs. Hugh Weatherly Mrs,, >t cup orange juice unit of oven. Cook at 400 degrees .
PENSACOLA FLA. .. Naval There Is still plenty of room James Taylor, Mrs. WesleyStor 2 tablespoons (rated for 1 hour Meanwhile,
Aviation Officer Candidate for parking. t.r. and Miss Irene Henvts. orange rind sauce Baste hem s part d a treat eec, W't 10
Edward M. Haley, son of Mr. s Nine sets will probably show In saucepan cook celery Cook prepare an additional hour tunas jour ncilion, pleiiurt ;
and Mrs. Walter S. Haley of up for the Yellow Rock dance with garlic In butter until without ,incrui| your vicidon
basting 15 minutes.
Immokalee, Is attending Pre. N Saturday night Forty.two dan. tender Add remaining Ingredients every budget there art |lust I few, 01 the
Flight School at the Naval Air 6 cers from Lakeland have reser $200,000 GivenIn Cook over low heat sorer/ eiimni fret gilts, ind vi.
Station, Pensacola Fla. > red rooms In the Stewart and for 10 minutes stirring now shun pr-itgtt that art yours \
During the Ikweek training he other local motels. Dallas For .nd then "Try a c ke with a broom- 11 s Colden pate Guest

will study aerodynamics, math. N1i Activities begin at 4 p.m. witha straw," old-fuhioned recipes
ematlcs, physics, naval orients welcome snack served on the JFK MemorialDALLAS CORNISH HENS used to direct. Nowadays there FREE FLORIDA ORANGES

lion navigation engineering, 1A lawn behind the Stewart Motel, (AP) More than (Outdoor Method) are wire cake straws available
leadership and other subjects 7 followed by dancing on the grass $200,000 has been contributed to Prepare sauce Truss 4 for testing that cake before It FREE TRADING STAMPS

sential to becoming a naval of. and In swimming pool. From the John F. Kennedy citizens Cornish hem about( 1 pound comes out of the oven. FREE FISHING,

fleer. S to 11 comes the outdoor danceon memorial drive in Dallas. N'I "[UNO sAlt" AND TACKll
Upon completion of the course Central Avenue At 11 theShufn.rs Committee Chairman W. Daw. FREE AUTO TOUR

he will be commissioned then at. wtll.erv. their guestsa son Sterling said Wednesday .I M ,.OU, CltCANT"
tend further flight training at buffet supper And at 12130 more than 500 business firms N.I"I HOftlDA

Pensacola. .r dvw. comes the "Yellow Rock" after /have participated In the drive, The Agency With Personal Service FREB PRIVATE
party. which" is expected to end soon.
Although if* safe to store Spectators are Invited to parkon Funds will be divided betweena I IA ',Its NA 'US AND
tomatoes in the refrigerator In e Central and watch the even Dallas Memorial Plaza two .OlOEN 0.11)wv

an opened can. it's not a good tog dance. The Shufflers hope blocks from the site where Ken. .
idea to do so became the t that many of those watching will nedy was sssasslnated Nov, 22 dp n4.bl. Ie. cy, reaso--
tomatoes may like on a metallic s join the beginners lass: to be and the John" F. Kennedy LI. ibis for, born protecting wuj gee tutiiMNClfut jrcwrl.milr ..
started soon after Labor Day, brary In Boston. InwribU thrert
tatte. 4 every
r of 1 love threuh e plumed p 0
rein of protection guar irt..4 :.
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THE PARADOX The White BacklashIs

for Real in ChicagoBY

bt i Nt\U .a t.Ip r I BRUCE BIOSSAT

) Washington Correspondent

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1964 ,j; Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

An Active Port Authority NeededThe CHICAGO so are three-(NBA others)-"I'm in my voting family Republican for presidentand

The words uttered by a normally Democratic dvl1lervant,
were those of a Polish-American deeply upset by the Influxof

Negroes into his area of this city.
voters of Collier County approved hometown, there should be some way I v y They are pure "backlash." And they reflect a sentimentthat

In May of 1962 by a count of that he can do it. Just as would be the v seems to be flowing in particularly great volume since

1,176 to 594, the Initiation of a Collier case if an Everglades resident were in t1 m 'tr the\s Republican of today. the convention white backlash in San Francisco.is very real In Chicago,

County Port Authority. To date, not very volved. 7ed and it looks big. Reports of it are engulfing a variety of

much has been done to utilize it. Now that the Barron River channel political headquarters. They come from city sectors Inhabitcd .

The act creating the Port Authority Gordon Pass and the Naples Bay channel by citizens of Polish. Italian, German, Ukrainian and

provides that members of the County have been dredged to permit passageof ; ; Lithuanian descent.
Commission serve as the Port commercial and pleasure boats with. +
may ifmiles this reporter sat in the office of a prominent
Authority OR, that the County Com out difficulty, it seems certain that an Polish-American away politician and lawyer-anonymous here.

mission can request the governor of the active Port Authority could be of real and heard him discuss his sentiments candidly.

state to appoint five county residents to benefit to the entire county. Also keepIn He describes the Polish-Americans he sees In great num.bl'rs
Incursions Their
serve. The commissioners would, of mind the possibilities at Marco and mood.as ob\lousl shocked. by Is one heaty of political Negro revolt. present

course, submit the names of persons to other coastal areas where developmentis iALt4 Yk" But he does not think the Democrats have yet completely

be appointed by the governor.We In progress. lost most of these people for November.
Since members of the Much depends he says. on what sort of civil rights plank
have long felt that the time has Port Authority the Democrats hammer into their platform at Atlantic City

arrived when the County Commission receive no salary or compensation for how well they explain the often-misconstrued 1984 civilrights

should select five good men and request their services, and would actually be a law what President Johnson does in the months ahead,

their appointment to the Port Authority. "booster" or sales force, it is difficultto / and how the Negroes behave In the public streets.

Apparently the voters of the county were understand why the County Commis- l lCHICAGO.. AS IN MILWAUKEE, Detroit Cleveland

of that opinion in 1962. sion has so long delayed in asking for Philadelphia and other northern industrial centers the real
core of national minorities' distress over racial change is in
We do not mean to imply that County appointment of five county residents. the housing field.

Commission members are not capableof Each commissioner could recommendtwo The threat these people feel is far more to their homes

serving as a Port Authority, but we names and then the full commission than to their jobs. To them, the home Is the vital symbol of
all the hate gained In America.
do believe commissioners have their could select five of them for submissionto I Ii The lawyer-politician, interrupting his comments now and

hands full with county administrativematters the governor. This method should pre. 2RRS ly .. then to chatter in Polish over the telephone, says:

and have little time to devote to vent any criticism of individual commissioners "They see themselves losing all they have built. Poles,
more than most people own their own homes"TI
the additional duty. and also assure an active and ..:: .'
This week a Neapolitan told us that capable membership for the Port Author. ' ) THESE FOLKS THE NEGRO INFLUX spells just one
thing decline. They believe firmly that they have eyeball
he and others recently formed here a ity. evidence of it. They are convinced that Negroes let their

company to pack seafood. Since they This newspaper, and many Collier The Best of BoyleBY properties run down, never painting or repairing or otherwise -

were unable to arrange for facilities on Countians, urged passage of the Port TODAY IN caring for them.
The problem hits the national minorities in
HAL BOYLENEW many ways.
Naples to conduct their business efficiently Authority act because we believed and
Bay They have no wish to move. They cherish their homes, their
and economically, the businesswas still do, that it can be tremendously help WASHINGTONWASHINGTON costly churches their longtime neighbors, their familiar

relocated in Everglades. At presentthe ful to the county as a whole. Individual YORK and buy oranges and lemons" shopping streets
(AP-Th room Beyond this moving usually to them drastic
means a
firm employs only a few people, but members of county commission have was full of lovely maidens so I dutifully must ask asked all beauty the questionyou contest (AP) The nonce setback. It means going from a mortgage-free home eco,

In the not too distant future the payrollwill agreed with us on the matter but to charming that butter wouldn't entrants or they feel cheated. second largest annual monet one often modernized inside to a new place twice as costly

amount to a considerable sum and date nothing has been done to "get the melt In a matter their mouths.As of fact. they were "What are your .. uh..uh...7" bill, a $i3.5.bllllonapproprlatlon that may saddle them with debt for the rest of their lives.
I to finance 26 federal agencies This says the Polish lawyer-politician, is just "too much all
said. Miss Austria drew herself
provide an economic boost for Ever. show on the road. all so figure*consctous that most up proudly has cleared the Senate and gone at one time for these people to comprehend.

glades.Let. The population of the county will touched of them left their the butter un. "I am high one meter, 65 to the House carrying $5.3 billion And that is why many are preparing to vote for Sen. Barry

us also explain that we do not increase tremendously In the next few The occasion on was plates.a luncheon centimeters," she said. its and for Space the National Administration Aeronaut Goldwater as the only protest they know how to make.

mean to Imply that Everglades Is not an years. Jobs will be needed for the newcomers for a group billed as "20 of theworld's 97.57.94."My other" measurements are All efforts to
excellent location for the business. The as well as persons now residing most beautiful girls" en "Inches?" I inquired, taking funds were rejected durinr Sen
route to a pageant at Long ate consideration We,heads' .
Collier County Port Authority would work here and working, say, in construction- Beach, Calif., Aug. 14 where notes furiously."No Only the $47,1>II1ioli defense WASHINGTON, AND.
for it which will slow down. one will be named "Miss Inter. centimeters, she re. carries '
just as diligently Everglades as someday surely national plied "I don't know what my appropriation more .S'MAtLBU5IN E-SS"

would for Naples. We use the Incident We respectfully urge that the County Beauty"Meeting beauty contestants Is measurements are in inches All money

merely to illustrate that there appears to Commission give early thought and studyto pretty much like slghUjudglng I are know the Is best that In Austria can have.they WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. .ly C, .WILSON HARDER.

be an immediate need for an active Port the matter. And It Is to be hoped rhubarb pits at a county fair. There are none better.you dent Johnson hasn't said offl. I
You don't know much about the In the period from 1949 up 10 far has received |4< million
Authority. After all, if a Naples resident that positive action will be forthcomingIn filling tut the crusts all beginto On this pleasant note we part.ed dally that he'd like to be noml. through May 0, 1964 the United In U. 8. aid did oven bet

wants to establish HIS, business In HIS the not too distant future.otherssay look much alike. company. I left with the nated for president, b'lt Demo. States lost over $9 billion in ter It took the entire $46 mil-
t conviction that as a lemon buyer cratlc National Chairman JohnM. gold, or ro\ighly 37 per cent OX lion plus additional dollar U
was sitting there glumly
forking at some tired and Erika was pretty peachy Bailey like everyone lse its supply so that now the nation picked up along the way to bay
peas The girl really knows her apple Is so sure, he's announced could not redeem the dollars a $71.4 million chunk of the
feeling rather
sorry for myself strulel.LETTERf. who will do the honors at the held by foreign nations U. 8. gold reserves.
Then I met the lemon
I pretty Democratic National Conven. see eco

ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS buyer. tlon in Atlantic City And like the radio ditty Surinam also known as
She down
came over and sat ; Govs. Edmund G. Brown of Wonder Dutch Guiana, is an interestingcase
beside me and said that she : : California and John Connally of where the at point Back in 1667 the
was Erika Augustin, that she -"', Texas will be the conomlnators yellow went," Dutch were forced by the British
came from Vienna, and that she =::- there Is a
I at the appropriate time, Aug. to trade New York for Surinam
was "Miss Austria. = great deal of and It II of
today a part
26 said
Bailey Wednesday
She had reddlsh.brown hair EDITOR" / wondermenten 4" tsimple the Netherlands. It's 308,000
IJr night.
and eyes the color of a Medlter. this matter people mine 83%) of the aluminum -
ranean sky In spring. of the r ore used by the American
Erika turned out to be friend.ly WANTS INFORMATIONEditor WASHINGTON (AP) By an vanishinggold. aluminum Industry. But
affable and frank. Collier County News' : almost straight party.lIne vote Yet perhaps handed some $4 million In foreign .
n "I am no teen.ager," she ad. I have seen' advertisements of 59 to 29, the Senate has a<'- the answer lid it forthwith took $2.5
milled. She leaned across the several times lately about cooperative cepted Pierre Salinger as the Is. quite million of it to buy a chunk of
C. W. Hardersee '
senator from Californiaat the U. S. gold
Junior reserve
apartments and con.
table and confided, "I am 23."
Well, that made her different domtnlums being built In Naples. least temporarily. Since 1946 through 1963 to I oo *
right away, A 25.year.old beau. Could you put me in touch with Republicans have challengedthe 123 foreign nations including Lebanon, which b only about
ty contestant Is about IS rare a real estate agent who has information legality of the former White possessions of France England !l/Sth's the also of Connecticut,
as an octogenarian about all or several !House press secretary's appointment and Holland some 103 billion, :with a population of leaa than
trying to
TorJnL I I Ia climb Mt. Everest."I of them? by Gov. Edmund G. 916 million dollars have been S.000,000, really tapped the UJS.
O did this Just for I would like to know also about Brown to Complete the term of given away under the name of taxpayer la a solid manner,
Joking, SS million
taking $ or around
Sen. Clalr who died last foreign aid. This was
she said. "It\ is the first contest comparative advantages and disadvantages Engle, money $50 .
per person.see
I have emend of the two types. Thursday. Engle was a Demo. given, in case it has been forgotten
Volney E. Cook crat, as are Brown and Sallng. to feed the starving I
"In I
Vienna And
I model some. clothe the naked and get a what did the wily Lebanese
times I had it in mind to be an 4650 Fourth St., So. er. little industry started so people do with this $88 million bon
actress. But I had to choose a Arlington 4, Va. Republican George Murphy, could get pay checks. anza. They took $53.1 million of
serious work to earn money."I (Editor's Note: It Is,of course, who will oppose Salinger In the seeThe It and exchanged it for a chunkof
am secretary and buyer the paper's policy not to favor November election, filed suit In Central African Republic the U.S. gold reserve.
for a fruit firm. I travel to the one real estate firm over another, Los Angeles to nullify the ap. competed of tome 1,000,000 ooe
South Tyrol and buy apples and but you will probably hear from pointment. Aug. 17 was set for a people, which hi about a* clo.ea And so on and on examples
pears, and I travel to Greece several after publication of this hearing. count at they could make In can be shown. But t* sum up
letter.) Senate Republican leader the bushes, WM given a million In the five year 195 through
Everett M. Dlrksen said dollars. But apparentlyvery 1963, nation which had received
--------- ------------ Sallng.ei
is not a California voter and little of this w.i used to foreljn *ld dollar took
f' ROR 1 Ie. ARt C. /It. the stats's law requires anyone buy hippopotami steaks for the almost $7 billion of these dollar .
Im' t l 1' to starving, or whatever they eat, and used them to whittle
t RAT 0 DCPART appointed a Senate vacancyto .
;h? be a qualified elector. became $700,000 of this donation away the American gold re
GAVtl..AOORt bought with U.S. gold. serve Or In other word, of the
A native
ACROSS 2.Itron.tut A L. t. TAP. 5 A N t.Ih. Salinger lived of In San nearby Francisco Vir., see IS billion In gold loss, $, billion -
1 Cunifli word Gabon another Bongo nation of this los was made posslbl -
27' Honor LENT I F' A N ginla In recent years He quit tied to France with an by give away dollars

3 ha.rcoau Top 21J. Rrener . .0/10 T.G U E. S T his White House post last March area lets than Colorado also see

aviator tub MOw t. R CO\.. .. 19 and went to California the bought up $ 00.000 of the American Some say the U. S. State
next day to enter the gold out of
Senate reserves some Dept. :a brilliant.coo.
8 Treasure :l11I"I'.hl>"
The CbrUtno aelMiM Mmltor 11 Counterpane :l. SI".d' ARC K C A. L I. A 5 race. S3 million In U.S. foreign aid.

What a* people mean when they say DIRT CHEAP?' :U I hu! Li, R ANT. WRY A L. I Oil rich Suadl see Arabia which This thesis. could cans 10m.eonJec"re. *

H Topai :U DI"'. v"''I< I NOt I T t. A ROO R ... N.", ...1..4. r.a..erot w..._
-, hummingbird 36 Music A G t. NOR. MIL.I N t.
ii. Wooden tOt. N S. S P t t D
:i8 Brim mt How Does It Work? ?
Itrwnd. lounge. SOLUTION OF YISTUDAT PUZZll .;.. .
4JSell, ..su It.1
Room for RecreationThree I hand I
Hl Dolt J 1\.11!, ;' \11.1 Lot the.SvtHMINfi
lb ,lit. com b, 46. North Star I Ihud.d, II \ ,
land acquisition which recreation IPUI
special commis.don stepped-up lurm
years called for 47 S':1P pngv.num :' I., light' 1I8MIJRINE
needs 17 Men re :
on outdoor recreation resources this President Kennedy {N, soli l 10 Iran
To handle 19, Coohdgea
the federal government with '9, Fish ll: Ihdl"ultc
presented proposed the creation of a federal land nickname. { J"" will
torn startling figures. conservation fund to be financed out of \ OlhenII" pump OiVll1 TUWfl I
It reported that outdoor recreationhad admission and users fees at federal recreation 21. Spied! )0\\\) : ,,,lied 1\ I'r. itummI1 7n\sconoirTMItwTSOfii7J, IWt 'PYEt
Ml CM W flirt C* MOTEL I HAW
22 R.rl'rd I Deeds II lI..sellltfll III 15aherfu .
become one of the nations major areas, proceeds from the salt : ONTNEJu1e4c1. 'i ,,,
land uses, involving a quarter of a billion of federal real properly, proceeds fiom HulgananI ...... 4r.- 1Li,?
acres of public land and perhaps the existing motorboat fuel tax and appropriations l J i R j1 I p urn':, ,- ,. +, -'WinBP a=aC53 faED6aUaS1
as much private land. It found that 90 (to be repaid) The fund tI' 1! t uplydrl ' ;''-i' JT DIYe' wa7ER,3aoDED 10TH, SAlt61T COMWtTMINT: wNLcH
federal I 11\ PlinircdIdrk . run eoMparrMiNTS, tuuti vf ruttfitct '
per cent of the population participatedin would be u.ed both to purchase issue 6trtu
some form of outdoor recreation and recreation land and to help the states. JI \ : ; .s g, t rt JvePaa HUIaceoOOTIRHULLWTMYgsaL., THE WATER a PUMPED Out.r .
that the activity supported a $20-blltion- 0.>1I mulching' ba if, ti> expand their I'. .1'" surest I:; t wq Z.
.ill ..
i-year Industry. park pure tr-
More ominous was the finding! that the Alter two yean of bucking and tilling It 'I !S H.drm1A

demand for outdoor recreational areas the House has now pasted the conserv'e' Iralc \a V
and facilities was rapidly outstrippingthe lion fund bill and the Issue goes to the II q I"""o f II II IS 4 1tl tru.kJ tooling ,%_., r J .) / r .
supply "Important segments of our Senate. W* urge the Senate to approve 4j< 'ab
l' l7 III (t' ,
parks, forests and waters," said the report this nemsary and appropriate measure II' iniatuigurrdd,
"are in danger of being smothered promptly KJ that the fund cm stsrt' accumulating ," ' TWDweeCOviCOuEDfpgpfM console
by the using public lit once If JQ ", JI i" .., ,' .- a.. POr$weD so TNAT TNf will,NEJSLMf .7u tmst
,, !
II IhutJ ORLMYRn4YEJJEI43lTMD/tspAfwese.
the creation Time U Important here. Nut only Is aw.,
The clearly was
JJ .
J. JS NPIaID/a15v
at the demand for recreation space growing ;, Sh I'np I u uI $74NgsTTOMuus714
of more park and recreation space used I, 11; u,: I MIN; ::
and local level. But but the land which might JMweEI
the federal stat, aesel-POWERED
-/ J' mO
; J' lt! -
In ;; .IJ4 ''' ''
undertak for recreation purposes particularly : :
how to effectual so bug an ,, r .
the East U being napped up /" .tltWONKR0CONVEN7Itw.Y
lost populous 10 4IJ ., I" I ,n4r ,
taken In April 1962 for other purposes. Now Is the timeto
The first was
step Jy1MAMNEJ *EAOIrgRED Ce DtIUL gsaiNgs anD
when President Kennedy established a take and hold the open tpac'' which ., aarruypceeeee eoToRJ, anra seep cc, anD PeOOtCe eusm,51Oa
Recreation eo- will provide recreation and solace to Tat,can, yi eeeeoee, Oat,aE JJeo can JMfaee,
Bureau Outdoor
of WITH rut Mttfoft SNOHHik Tvtt.HKHiiriMoar* mrtJi-\\ Si iNf NEW tnoM-fowtnf
ordinate the activities of all Interested generations herctfter, fly .., IJ CORE DeCTN. arutmt< MTU, id iuBvi ixtotftaon Toe Aten notate AND erg
psrties.( Congress subsequently gave th*. Elbow room is part of the American BATTIRItS fO* JHHf KXTH, MUCH inEAwEaaREM'WETHEY C'" IYLTN1A1NNiSOI1NP
But there tradition. W* must work together to HSOTvt Tag CINIHATOIS. watCH xtffc.f Vs I'O"P"C
Bureau statutory authority. for time 24 min Ii' e4i.rra..wu 46 'I, ? 'u" '
w./doll the problem of financing the preserve it.-Boston Herald

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'" x ,.. Thursday, August 8. m! COLLIER COUNTY NE3 5

Parking e : )t"t -l i flens GOP Nominees

(Continued froiit. P (O U ,

BusinessCity whose vlded adequate owners already parkin"have pro ji Meet With Ike Rotary Club Hears

Council Wednesday Additional off-street perking At GettysburgW
a Gulf.front seawall approved lots should not be teetered, Bell \.. ..,'
pit for Kraus.Anderson In..., said "Naples need an opiar lAP) Re. From
which plans a development on where shoppers, eMt&ly| visit IlIl'II'' an presidential nominee Fogging Story
the lot north of the Bahama on, should park tree, But . PJII I I o Goldwater pursued his
we believe this area Should not sat I I t unity drive at a meeting
Club.The seawallsawtooth.shaped be Fifth A venue,bec'u.ewv know 1\ III Republican members of

will tit in with an existing tea,. of no way to solve the problemof ) v 'I\\ "'IS today, then treaded!' los Local Skeeter MenDr
wall to the north, and Us outermost those who abu their park ( '" It' burg, Pa.. and a visit
part will be well east Ing privileges by leaving their .., sat :,nine President Dwight
of the west property Hue. The cars on the strew all day," D. i i.nho\\'lf.. Richard Brashear, chairman district, said as nearly as can
distance from the wall to the '" \. '" 'II!!! o> !l\\ater announced the Get of the Naples Mosquito Con. be figured, In view of the many
mean high tide line will be 100 "KEEP THE ?ARK" i :: tv -!"urg plan at a new confeie trolDlstilci and Brandt Watson, variables to be taken Into const
feet, City Manager Vince Wood The city manager said provld. t> In which he said the .Uner director, gave Naples Rotariansand deration, fogging with a plane
said. ing paved perimeter pArkltit\ "'in people are behind Prest- guests latest information on owned by the local district would
around Cambler Part should!wait dent Johnson In the Southeast aerial fogging at the club's Wed. cost approximately lr cents
A resolution was passed clearIng until the scheduled October completion l" d AS I L. lists, but foreign lolin\ nesday luncheon meeting at the per acre. Recent trial fogglngs
the way for the City to enter of reconstruction \\Ulbeanlssueinthe ,'..Im.l'JIn Beach Club Hotel. President with a plane rented from Lee
Into an agreement with the Eighth Street and Eighth Avenue ahead Wood presided and welcomed the County cost approximately 40
Atlantic Coast Line to place an South. Mrs Richard Br spear, He said his presidential lone visiting Rotarian, LonUnth cents per acre. Watson said
eight-Inch water line under the Parks Board chairmen provedthe I running mate Rep.MIHam E. \ Crow Jr. of Miami, In. ground fogging with trucks costs
ACL tracks. Council passed an perimeter parking<< concert\ " < Miller 01 New York, and farmer trodured\b\ Lea Johnston, approximately 11.5 cents per
ordinance conftrmlngtheappoint. but opposed further attempts to "FLUFFY" IS FLUFFY COMEDY-Incongruitj is the Ingredient that makes the new him \Ue PiesliVnt RUIurd M. Nlx. Brashear named tlioaudience acre.
meats of Elsie Lehman as City infringe on the park property it. "Fluffy," such good comedy Pert and pretty Shirley Jones, left, for instance appears on also woult be on hand at that man problems must be sol. Brashear said more Inform
Clerk and Ned Wilson as depu. self."I'm as a brunette, a far cry from her naturally blonde tresses Then. too. there is Ton Gem sburg.The ved. before aerial fogging for mosquitoes tlon will be sought before final
ty clerk, and appointing Doro. here to hold the like oh Randall and "pal," right Tony and the lion contribute hilarious scenes to the film Arizona senator told Is a known science, but action Is taken on purchase of an
Cambler Park she told Coun. b the mosquito control
thy Gregg deputy clerk.A newsmen he stands behind said he and Watson would answer airplane )
ell. In an apparent refef,nc, Johnson s decision to mount a any questions from the audienceif board
resolution was passed for. to merchants and owners' at, 2 Pilots retallaton air strike against the( answer was known totliem
mally asking the County Commis. tempts to have the C'Rlblr ball When Daughter Went To Big Navy Communist naval Uses In Watson advised one question.er .
don to appoint two of Its memo diamond removed, and replaced Northl Nam. that the area has several Pile Up Evidence
Mrs to the new Airport Zoning by a parking lot, Mrs Brashest From California As of now lie said i, the situa different types of mosquitoes,
Board said that Council "should not bea lion there Is not a political Is- but the most prevalent' Is the salt Against Rogero
watchdog for a small minority Bad Mother Was WorriedHOLLYWOOD !' marsh type) Some of the mos.
Members of the Zoning and who want something for nothing," City, Missing In Viet sueHe said the people are unit. quttoes can fly distances up to TAMPA (AP) Introducing- The govern evidence .
Piesldent 'as while otheis ordinal inent continues
behind the 77 miles
Planning Board, under an ordln. WASHINGTON AP Tie bog
) III the Income tax
(AP) How tempestuous, larger- than-llie we .tlvuis do in a time ol Ily remain within an at.ea of about today
lice passed yesterday, will be listed by the
two Nav\ pilots evasion trial of former State
would a mother feel If her 18. character, and Nework crisis." three idles The average life
provided with copies of pro.pos.d Hits Parked Car year-old daughter left home fora seemed like the only place for Pentagon as missing after their But GoUlwater sail 1 the broad expectancof' the mosquito is Road Board member Al Rogeroof
plats a week In advanceof planes had been shot down In .
the bad city? me." of foreign polio not about 10 da>'i. ClearwaterClearwater
the board's meeting; to con. Pulling From Curb life In big, the attack on North Viet Nam subject
elder recommending their adop. "1 was terrified," says Mrs. After her plane fare, she had Californians both 26. limited to Viet Nam, will be an In answer to the question- accountant WilliamE.
tlon. Damage was estimated at $12 Lucille Cole, mother of actress $143 In savings from modeling.She ;. are One U. ) Richard, C. Sath. Issue In the presidential tarn Why not put the fogging trucks Crown Jr., spent his third
to the car belonging to Mrs Elizabeth Ashley. "I told every dln't know a soul In New had been a Navy flier only pa ijii. away and use a rental plane to consecutive day on the stand
Council asked City Attorney Valera Barker, 743 Third \ .. body at the office where I work York. All she did was write er 13, months The other, Lt. (0g) "I don't see how It an be spray' the arl'at'vl'l'ytwowl'.k.7- Wednesday! testifying' about ro.
David Splngler to give his opln nue, South, this morning whip in lit Baton Rouge that she was ahead for reservations at the Everett Alvarez Jr., had been avoided," he' said Dr. Brasnear said trial serial gero's finances during! the years
YWCA. "It was nice there she nominee sail with a plane(leased! fi'om 07 and 1938.:;
Ion at the next meeting August pulling out of parking space on still studying at Louisiana State flying for the Navy since No. Tie Hepublltan fogglngs 1050, ,
19 on the legal existence of a Fifth Avenue, South, she struck University I was so upset that I recalled. vember 1961. he saw no other touise lot Lee Count had l>t"l'lI hltth1)' satis has chargedthat :
.foot easement supposedly a parked car belonging to bId couldn't: bear to talk about it Liz got work right away as a be Johnson to tike In the fate ol factory He said lie felt that The government.
30 One or neither may evaded $107,000 In
Deeks model then some thought attacks on V.S. waiships. eventually the aerial battle Rogero
reserved for public use when I. 649 Palm Circle Pa. without breaking out in tears gave the pilot the North Vietnamese Communist those
during years.
Council 14 years ago vacated mage to the Decks car was She can talk about it now. And to acting. She was accepted for claim they caitureil. A Pent a. against mosquitoes can be aim. Income taxes
old Fifth Avenue North between estimated at $50. she.. did, while visiting daughter study at the Neighborhood Playhouse spokesman said Wednesday) Tie talk with reciters iol ed primal)' at fringe area, Crown testified that Rogero
First Street and the Gulf. No one was Injured In the Lit on the set of "Ship ol and then faced her grea. gon night he didn't know which, II>, lowed a closeiUlonr, breakfast which t trucks cannot easily reach, told him he paid $I 1,0'73 Oil his
Lawyer Thomas R. Brown, representing accident and no arrttts were Fools." Miss Ashley Is the elec. test challenge. Losing her Dixie either was in Red hands meeting with Republican members with the inside areas handled home In lfl'0 asd$28,42S1n1057:; .
made. Sgt D.L. Bass made the trlc brunette who scored on drawl. from both the lloutte and b) trucks
H.B. Ruhl, the pro. At the youngoffloers'\ homes
Investigation for the Naples 'o. Broadway< as Art Carney'sdaughter "I couldn't get jobs until I the Senate. Watson, li answer lo a ques.lion During this time, Crown said,
perty owner to the north main. lice. In "Take Her, She's did,' she explained. "I took there was the usual mixture ol Goldwater's press, 11''rt'ta\'l.\ ( concerning:comparable costs Rogero told him he paid $11,050:;
talned that the easement does Mine," then established her some coaching and worked hard anxiety and hope.| Tony Smith, said most of the between ue or a rented plane In personal insurance and $20.
not exist. Ruhl has built a "He seemed to feel that this I
stardom with "Barefoot in the with a tape recorder, and I 100 legislators Invited to the or one pui" :"aed b) the' local 2CO on personal Items In 1930.TV :; ,
rock seawall that prevents easj was what he wanted to do, laidSath.r' I
Net 71 Park." In between she played managed to get rid of most of private breakfast were at hand
access to the beach from the sister, Patricia Krlner,,
etsemenU Club George Peppard sometime my accent 28 of West Covina Calif. Sin 1 Another ml't'tlnl'lth Goldwa
Beach Play '
Radio I
wife in "The Carpetbaggers She dodged only two questionswith ter and Miller Is scheduled Frl
"This appears to be a sub. said that Sather's parents I .- .-
took pert: and "no comment" concern for other GOP Congress .
terranean easement only, not Twenty-five players was termed by several crl. "were for what he wanted." day
a.general easement," Splnglersaid. in Wednesday's low nt tourney tics a* the only worthwhile el.I .. tng her romance with George: Young Alvarez was married I members B\ C1NTIII 10\VIU/ reserved on nil networks fin
The Alligator Lake outlet sponsored by the Beach Club>I ment of the movie. Peppard and her opinion of "The last December ins wife, Tan.' The 212 Republican members AP Televi I'H.II'flll1' Wilier110LLWOOD programs attractive to email
Is a culvert runningAalong what!, Men's Golf Association LU explained her night from Carpetbaggers" About all she gee, collapsed when she re.' of Congress 178 represeiita API H's fry
formerly was Fifth Avenue North Winner at net 71 was Frank: Louisiana would allow Is that the public celved notification, and friend lives and 34 senators -were In. taken quite awhile, ''III the "om. Joe Dailwri what with Hirtiier|
and the easement may have been,1 Griswold. Tied with ?Z'. wr i I, "I felt It was something I had likes the movie and she likes said she was put under sedation,', vided In two groups to hear the 1 Ie' Iii Ip is (liull\ emus lo ni-t Bill ILiniu earned up the ")
granted only for repair and main.' 0.L Stevens, R. Abbott, and R eyEllera. to do. I envisioned myself as i:, George party's nominees and ask them wilt k televlsliin. show, s..l\s III.it l because It Is exl .
tenance of the culvert, with no': At 73 were B). Brlggs,, character out of a Hemingway i quest tolls.1v. The reitors of "\'ov.Diu\ '" l>ei.ted the children will witili It
public access rights, Splnglei, and H.L. Dixon. novel r- Lady Brett Ashley, per. and "'Hui.klfU'P > lloimd," evilly, there will lie no mid('
noted. The association will Iay111 i !haps, with II bit of Madame Bo. have now failure I ,i album si li'iitlstM/ or two.headed nio'i.
"All we're asking Is a foot. next Wednesday. vary I wanted to be a wild,r NOON STOCKS I B. Nickerson feature: ailed JOIIIH Quest. ," ales 5. Nor will theie lN sluxitltig
path or a ramp over Ruhl's sea. At Flight School whlili\ as a new ADC miry Kill and other |If'W di |M>Hltliiii of vll
wall," Mrs. Daniel Anderson be a combination of hllmt'r and lain*. tAll
said She told Council she Is PENSACOLA, FLA. -Naval adventure It will deput Mill- television unit radio,
renting a guest house from Mr, NEW YORK (APSlo'ks at noolll Aviation Officer Candidate Wll. icily from the ueual'ittuesap, JuniNil|" l'III'I'II.tI""II( ( |" thus I tuverure .
and lire Ira McFarland. "They ham B, Nickerson, son of Mrs. proacli lit Nut the rluuitem of the tmiw Viet Nam sit
have It ,their"ttiert!! thatTift- aN aai'j Allis Chat 20'/s Fla Pw 511) Penney 57 34'/s Charles H. Carr of 2011 Gulf will, loll HuiiHtiiiaiiiJ.iUawu.jjlJli! !! uillon: : Tim:i leli'vlsloti,I 'notwoik;: *
have access' forever" Mrs. An. Alcoa 674. Fla PIL 8051. pa Rft Shore Dr., Naples, Is attending an attnlInn to aisle and detail slut what I thf y oulil to Rive pli Q
derson said of the McFarlands. Am Air 45'% Ford 51s PepC01 !18' Pre-Flight School at the Naval remlnlsient of the wartime torl.il emihasls| to a Mniy whose
"Something's wrong when City Am Brk 57x/4 Frmst Da 121/. Phil Mor 73V. Air Station, Pensacola "Terry and the Plralex," lint principal' 1I<<'tltllI wits far out of
Council can override a deed." AmBdPar 4o3,1 Frept SuI 32 Phil Pet 53'1. During the 18-week training he with overtones of "I' laili Gar camera range l hy iMiiunlr.itIng I
Brown suggested that the mat. Am Can 4314 Frueh Tr 3Z RCA Ua. vim study( aerodynamics, mat he.matlcs dun," "'rut. a Valiant mid Oil the si, ei'h.miikliiir l hy Prcil.
ter may not 'ome under Coun. F1'h +} Am Cyan 1S6Y.: Gen Dyn 8% Rep StI 44'1. physics, naval orientation "Tom Swift dent JuhiiNon scud U.S. Ami ussailor .
ell's purview, but Instead may Am Mot 15 lis Revlon 34 navigation,eneln..erlnrle.; A cumin strip| actually was Adlal F. Steveniton
be a private easement for Alii 1. AnT 70'1. Gen Fdl 111 Rey Tab 42111 dership, and other subjects es.sentlal tried several. seasons lu k when All TV uelwurkeurepietsire'l| |
gator Lake property owners, if w Am Tab 331/ Gen Mills 42'/1 StRec P 301a to becoming a naval of. an animated, "Dlik( t Trmy" was tu |neemit|' rl'lrllla."r.lltl'am.. .
beach access Is provided in their Amps Cp ISI/' Gen Mlra 1131/. Seaboard 5ZI11 fleer. seen on somo statlonx but the mliiR to repent new YI"|".
deeds via the old Fifth Avenue Anaconda 44'1. Goodrich 5511. Sean 115Va Upon completion of the coursehe new venture It much mire suphlfctli ments, ABC plans a new SKilal | '
right-of.way. Armour nl% Goodyr 44 Sinclair 451/. win be commissioned then at. uted and elaliurate. tunlRht, fnllowliiR\ CBS
: ACL 711'1. Cr.yhnd 24' Socony 831/' tend further night training Pen. ABC will launi'h the itei lea In Wednesday night' dud NUC's on
1.P! = 1t Babcock 33 Gulf Oil 58 SouthnC 114 lacola a 7:308: p.mrld06\ spot, now Tuesd, .ly.
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legal effort of nine clergymen 4 : 7 j Com Ed 53 Mae'vox 3'I/a( Unit Alrc 48 Zl' Best
to overturn their racial demon Com Edis 1I0VI MM&M 1191a way
stration Jail sentences has been Cont Can 1101/' Mohasco 13'/s US Steel 513sDow
routed to the Florida Supreme 4 Chi 1S1Iy: Monl'lo 711111 Unt Mat 131/.
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The federal circuit court of EAL 31 Nat Dair 82 Wlnn Dix 35a' to :
Nat Dist 271 Woolwrlb 28111
appeals, asked to throw out the Kodak 12111.-1 .
N.Am A' 4931MONEY
60Jay Jail terms Imposed by Firestone
the city court, ruled the case
should go first to the highest

state If there court.Is no action In the

Florida Supreme Court within d f \

three days, said the three-judge =
tribunal, then the federal 41..
trap court here will conslderthe (NEA Telephoto)

clergymen's petition for free. MARSHAL LOSES OUT-Arrumda Blake who plays Kittyon
dom "Gunsmoke" has finally found the right man Jason S
The state Supreme Court once Day Jr, He's a cattle man too, from Arizona They're shownas IfROBLEMS1
refused to review the sentencesof
in Santa Monica. Calif
the six white and three Negro they got their marriage license:

clergymen, saying they had
not followed the proper appeals

procedure. Last week Federal There's Like It In Naples
District Judge G. Harrold Cars. Nothing . .

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churchmen freedom, saying
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Ford Frick, ct'i i Mets Mum ia iI I t I i iI I

Baseball's r On Future

r Czar QuitsNEW V 1 ---T1. I Of CaseyNEW SPdRTS

NEW YORK Ford c YORK (AP) The New . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frick under whose guidance
York Met denied today an A..
the major league baseball map
sociated Press report that they
underwent vast changes and ex. had made a decision concerning 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday August I, 114
panded from coast to coast, has '
Casey Stengel's return as man.
announced his retirement as
baseball commissioner when his ager In 196S.
And the San Francisco Giants between
present term expires next yearFrlck' you'n'meCoach
the that Alovln
were mum on report
statement, although
Dark would be dismissed as
not unexpected, came without
manager of their team.Cuey' Wants
any advance notice Wednesdaywhen contract expires at ;
the 69-year-old former
_' newspaperman who rose to the the end of this season. Dark's Gets It at Notre DameBy
xty No. 1 position In baseball told contract expires Sept. I.
The Associated Press M. Donald Grant, chairman of MURRAY OLDERMAN

"It's Just what I have said all the Met*' board of directors, Sports Editor

along Now I've Just made It of. commenting on an AP report .... Newspaper Enterprise Ann.MONTI .
'' that Stengel and the Nets wlU
flclal commissionersince reach a parting of the ways at CELLO, N'Y, knows you got pneumonia."

Frick has been the end of the season, said: (:SPA--Aru Puisetflilan; Why would he want the job,
like and has
AROUSD-Jullus Boros looks a ghost floatIng Sept. 20, 19S1 a
"No decision has been made. Was thanked! on the one side with a five-year contract at
around in space as he blasts a shot from a trap contract through Sept. 21, 1965.
Northwestern al I tIn I his
There has been no discussion as In' Father Ilehburgh a w g
He, however, said he was readyto picsidiut
to whether or not Casey will re. signature?
step aside as soon as the club of Notre (Dame University "
turn next We will "You know it'i available
not dls. ,
reports owners elect his successor and and on the other
grayson It until the end of by he answered "so
had so notified the 20 club own. cuss the sea. Father Joyce the vice president you say,
t son when Casey will come to 'Are you man enough to take
ers by letter Tuesday night."Pu Out front audi
was an
f Judo Becomes Murder stay on as long as they George Weiss (club president) torium full of alumni. the challenge? If not, do you
that Is until the 1 and tell him what his plans are deserve what you have?"
want me to The subject of
end of term he said "If (NEA Radio for next year. This has always course A dynamic, dark.haired
When Politeness my -Telephoto) football. And the new head
StopsBY been the .
around procedure. man of 40 Ara has had a
want me to stay
they and work with the new commissioner ON TilE BEAT-Linda Ludgrove 16-year.old London swimmer Stengel, obviously disturbedby coach got up to speak chance to assess the football

HARRY GRAYSON for awhile, I'll be happy isusing a sound system to improve her speed. A beep. the story, told newsmen "I regard the Notre" Dame situation at Notre Dame afteran

Newspaper Enterprise Assn.M'AV to do that too." ing device attaches to her waist It has an earplug and the "The AP Is not running my job, began Ara" as a real intensive spring training,

to his rhythm of her stroke is adjusted to speed selected on the life and Relchler Is not running challenge . and here's what he found
\OltK (pmA) polite of contacfsports Contestants Speculation as centered sucees.sor dial. Judy Grogan right, helps Linda plug In. in the photo. my club" From the crowd, a wave of "We're
Immediately short
Hloodliss Hclf'dcfCIIRCneuT bow and when reeling to his feet, a on quicknessand
scrape Linda is getting ready for the 1964 Olympic backstroke Dark's status remains un.
around Joe Cronin, president speed and basic skills.
\\iis mi IUUHK.II" '>', they come out, but the instantthe competition at Tokyo in October. changed. Horace Stoneham, shaky finger at Parseghian
of American Sen.
the League There
; and slurred was a tendency to recruit -
amenities concluded "Buddy
are of the Giants ,
whklt ill one riusonlm the N.w' owner who makes
Kenneth B. Keating of for
better size We found two
believe it,
do their utmost to you
they murder the decisions has been silent
ruiml' "hprrud, ,, of judo each other York, and Judge Robert Cannon and probably will remain so for Ara told the story with a delighted men who could qualify as two-
Judo being on the Olympic of Milwaukee, who has been smile he way players-Dick Arrington
The American team com some time. The Giants, sparkedby as preparedto ,
Games program for the first peting in Tokyo Oct. 10-24( is counselor to the Major League Baseball Willie Mays' two home runs, lecture a football clinic atKutscher's a guard, and John Meyer, a
time stresses to what extent Player Association for the past
-in-t h e-Catskills tackle The only quarterbackwho
'composed of Campbell in the defeated the Nets 4.1 but fell on
refined jujitsu has spread Internationally five years. how to win can throw, John Huarte
unlimited division George two games behind the league. games through
With the maiming Cronin, who rose from the
better defense. So far he had his confidence shattered
Harris in the heavyweight. Roundup leading Philadelphia Phi hies,
ranks of to to
moves of jujitsu eliminated player manager hasn't lost one at Notre Dame He also had his shoulder -
who separated
Jimmy Bregman in the mid THE ASSOCIATED PHKM swept a doubleheader from
judo Is recognized as club official to league president, BY
in the spring which is
the dleweight and Paul Munya- was elected president of the Houston. But the magnitude of the
most perfect self-defense ma, lightweight.All American League Jan. 31, U51! By HALBOCK Louis topped Chicago 4.2, Mil. Dark, who had expressed his job that faces him as the first more important because beyond

system "1 shouldn't be playing" said waukee downed Cincinnati 6-3) views In a Tuesday press con. full.time i non-Catholic, non- him we have to play de
For example, said Jerome are striking examplesof The Hall of Famer is the sea "
supreme dedication and ond half of a Seven-year term 'Willie May. "I'm doing It onlyto and Pittsburgh edged Los An ference on the controversial ra Notre Dame coach of the fense.

53rd Mackey St In in his New school York.onE the fact that once a youngster In Washington, Sen. Keating': help the manager." geles 4.3 in other NL games. clal Issue In which he had be. Irish since Knute Rockne Two perennially glamorous

"Cassius havea is exposed to judo he's stuck said, "I have heard nothing It's a cinch Willie wasn't The three homers were the i come Involved earlier, had a made the school nationally famous prospects, 235-pound fullback
Clay wouldn't it York first hit the Giants in Shea, short meeting with his Jim Snowden and 230-pound
with it Campbell-511, 210 about the baseball commission. doing for the New Mets. by players doesn't escape him.
against Ben Camp The San Francisco Giants'star Stadium this year. In the privacy of the clubhouse halfback I Paul Costa, have
and now 30-a of ershlp from anyone except "You can't understand
graduate what
bell and I I
a girl
teenage before the been moved front .
I center fielder showed up at game Wednesday."I up -Snow
San Jose State Introduced newspaper reporter He dec. ] its like till
was of
you're a part
schooled In judo would have
let them know den offensive
Shea Stadium Wednesday night what I always as an tackle
lined further comment
to the"battle of minds"at By MIK; RATHET it, said Ara "just like
the best of it youcan't
against a mugger Costa
Cannon not 1m. 'nursing a heavy cold and when believed and what I will as a defensive end,
i 16 when he met a Japanese Judge was Dean Chance, who shares his I fathom the
Campbell would send mediately reached for com. 1 Manager Alvin Dark made out continue to believe," he said presidency. "Pia too n I ng." said Ara,
Clay spinning with a (ootIwet'p exponent while on a summer ment. 'Ills line-up, Mays wasn't In It. escapades with Bo Bellnsky of J: "That's &III cando.Sports No matter where you go, "will help us. These kids have
job for a parking in now has hooked onto a guy t from Los Angeles to New
and break his head, company
League presidents Cronin and But five minutes before game played three different i systems
which might not be a bad .Auburn. Calif Warren Giles of the National I time Willie derided to play. The share his shutouts. York, people know the team in three years. We're all

Idea All the girl: would haveto "I I have been at it ever League said they would ask that SaY.H.y i Kid then clouted two Chance the mound usually but needed works alone col. Briefs and are interested in it sophomores."

do is trick the mugger: : Into I since" Campbell a handsome an Executive Council meeting I home runs his 30th and 31st on laborator Wednesday night a and "That's what has impressedme

an off.balance position crewcut told me after he beat be called in Chicago on Monday. i of the season and the Giants most in the few months I
found rookie Bob Lee a willing
I Robert Nishl of Hawaii in the II I coasted to a 4.1 victory over the accomplice as the two combined i MUNICH, Germany (AP) have been on the job-the Named Champ In

Campbell Is the Weimar I Olympic Tryout final. "Judo Mets efforts In the Los Angels' 1.p I Karl Ritter Von Halt, a member dedication and loyalty to the

Calif.. professor who won the I is practically a religion. ThereIs "These guys are trying to get shutout over the pennanUhopeful m of the International Olympic school, on a national scale 20 Gauge TourneyRENO

open class In the United I little social life I spend so Dark fired," Mays said. "I've Baltimore Orioles.It Committee and honorary presl. Ara first got the drift the Nev. AP-Alex

Malts Olympic! rTJr.othe :much time at judo that my got to help the man." Mays was the Angels second sue. dent of the West German Na. week he was hired in early of Beverly, Hills( Calif. Kerr

New York : wife. Elaine, left me Now came to his manager's defensethe cesslve shutout against the Orl.: tlonal Olympic Committee, died December in a hail of confusion named world , was
Judo( players are ranked I I I'm feeling old at this business a best way he knew how 'oles, their ninth in the last Wednesday after a long Illness. On Dec. 2 he had called Steve Hanzel of champion San Antonio

by belts, the kind you wear I so will retire from competition THE with. his bat. w month and their 18th of the sea., He was 73, Father Joyce on the chance Tex., junior champion in 20.,

around the waist and not 1 and settle down to Dark's position as manager son tops in the American\I that the job was open, He had
competition Wednesday of
dealt with the fists and elbows I making some money after the p1 iS was renortedlf shaky follow I I League, And Chance andLee I :: .WASHINGTON,; .
:Jerry Mackey, who is Olympics." racial Remarks attributed ft? have had their hands In an even I Redskin quarterback Sonny'Jur. years and figured it was timeto Shooting Tournament.

also a concert pianist, earneda e him which appeared In Long Island dozen gensen was benched Wednesday move on A week later, Kerr emerged victorious when

third degree black belt Harris a technical sergeant newspaper Dark denied Lee, who got to be a reliever for jured about knee two but weeks with an In. ,even before he was notifiedthe the smoke cleared after s IS.

very high, in Tokyo in 1960. I was an amateur boxer the quotes to reporters Tuesdayand with the Angels because he I be fit for ,the National was expected Football to job was his and had a gunner sudden-death: shootoff as

Judo Is by far the most 12 years ago when he met ./ THE ASSOCIATED mill then held a club meeting to didn't want to be a reliever with League 'chance to discuss the details the tourney ended its fifth day
. . . . . . . explain his position to the play. opener with Cleveland
.nr Walter Todd teaching judo Amerlran LeagueW. Pittsburgh, now has shared six Sept. 13. a premature leak sent him In Harold's Gun Club.

among combative measures L. Pet. G.B. ers Wednesday.The shutouts with his Angel team: scurrying out of South Bend The shootoff was forced when

at Travis AIr Force Base. .New York ((13 40 .612 /i power show whipped theMets mates He pitched scoreless ball I DUBLIN Ireland (AP) denying the whole thing was 15 contestants shot perfect

Hrcgman of Arlington, Va. Baltimore 66 42 .011 but didn't help the Giantsin for 23 1.3 Innings over a 10.>, Cary Welslger of Durham, N.C., set."Now 100x100 scores

attended Sophia University'Chicago 64 42 .604 1 the National League pennantrace. game stretch and lowered his I won the mile In 4:00.9 as Amerl. ," reviewed Ara, "I The winner from Texas fired

In Tokyo to polish his tech. Los Angeles 88 54 .SI8 10 Francisco. Despite fell two winning back San earned run average to a bill, can track and field stars doml. think it was a good thing. All a near-perfect 99x100 to win the

niques. Murayama had the Minnesota 52 55 .486 lib games llant 1.S8 nated an International meet at hell bust loose when walked Junior division title.
the Phillies
fundamentals and then some Detroit S3 S7 .482 14 Philadelphia who A 26-year-old right-hander,I John F. Kennedy Stadium out and I realized the scopeof Runnerup to Kerr wu William

when he took advantage of Bostol112 55 .481 14 swept a twl.nlght doubleheaderfrom Lee was in the Pirate farm say'., Wednesday night. coaching at Notre Dame. Rogers of Atherton Calif., while
Houston 4.1 and 2.1. st.State .
r dual citizenship to matriculate 'Cleveland 49 59 .454 17 tern until he balked at being a I. Man you cough In your office William Sesnon of Los Angeles

at Loyola of Los Angeles Kansas City 42 65 .393 23'/i' reliever. He became a starter AUSTIN Tel: tAVTh and everybody in the world took the Class AA title
after taking a cut in salary -Texas.Oklihoma ;
Judo Is a physical of Washington 42 71 .372 261WlIdlll'.d.1)1 / football cim
game Results and during spring training was 1 is a sellout for the 19th
iluss: explained Jim i m > 0 0 sold to the Angels for$25,000. live and for Leaders I
;L Hregman "It gets In your Los Angeles I, Baltimore year the consecu'l Major League
The defeat didn't cost the Orl.>
blood. Its Kansas City 10, Nework 1 since till there will be
here I Is an inventive sport. Cleveland 9, Washington 0 r oles in the pennant chase as all, eta avaUable to the general pub. --
a counter for
every three leading contenders for' National League American
Detroit 3, Chicago I (13 In. dBy lie.
throw and a way to avoid nlnRS) League the second night In a row Batting (225 at bats) Cle. Batting ((225 at bats-OlIva,

every counter"Emile Minnesota 6. Boston 1Today's The first-place New York; MCALLEN, Tex. (AP) mente, Pittsburgh, .352; Wll. Minnesota, .335; Mantle, New

i Games THE Yankees remained one percen., Robert Arramblde, IS.year-old Hams, Chicago, 337. York, ,321.Runs .

New York. at Kansas City ASSOCIATED PUSS tags point in front despite a 10.1 outfielder for San Antonio Runs-Mays, San Francisco, batted In-stuart, Boston .

GriffithTo Boston at Minnesota W. L. Pet. G.B. beating by Kansas City and the I Southslde's Colt League base. 88, Allen, Philadelphia, 79. and KIllebrew, Minnesota,
ball team, died Wednesday Runs batted In-Boyer, St. 86.
Detroit at Chicago N 24 13 .649 tMrd-place Chicago White Sox
Defend Title Only games scheduledFriday's St.Pete.Tampa 24 15 5831 $fl stayed a full game off the pace;: night after being hit In the head' Louts, 78, Santo, Chicago, 75. Hits-Ollva, Minnesota 152;

Against Curvis Games Orlando 21 16 ,568 3 after a 3.1, U.lnnlne loss to De.' with a thrown ball. Hits Clements, Pittsburgh, B. Robinson, Baltimore, 123.
146; Williams\ Chicago, 139. Doubles Bressoud Boston
Washington at Los Angeles, N Lakeland IS 15 .500 51,4 trolt
LONDON (trj) jack solo. Doubles Clemente, Pitts. and Ollva, Minnesota 27.
Boston at Chicago Miami 19 19 .500 51,* Elsewhere, Harmon Klllebrew
"inns, .1 London fight promoter, Minnesota at Cleveland, 2, Ft.Laud 16 19 457 7 hit his 38th homer as Minnesota burgh, 28, Williams, Chicago, Triples Yastrzemskl, Bos.

ul Wednesday that world wel.Urwelglit twl.nlght t Sarasota 13 22 .371 10 belted Boston 6.1 and Cleveland i Bears Favored 27 ton, Fregosl Los Angeles and

Join the fun. .. 'haml'll' Emlle Grlf. Baltimore at Nework, N Daj'naBchU 23 .361 10'i walloped Washington 8-0. Triples Plnson Cincinnati, Versalles, Minnesota, 8.
# .- nth would. defend his title 9; Santo, Chicago, 8. Home runs-KIllebrew, Mln.
against i Brian Cunts of Wales National LeagueW. Over All-Stars Home runs-Mays, San Fran. nesota, 38, Powell, Baltimore,

phone on Send| :22!:! inVeml>h' Stadium. L. Pet. G.B. Cisco, 311; Williams, Chicago,25. 28.

Philadelphia 62 42 .596 Tomorrow Night Stolen bases Wills, Los An. Stolen bases

North Key Largo The oUrkl mal ,Mulligan" San Fran 6Z10 .574 2 geles, 35, Brock, St. Louis, 24. more, 42; Wets-, Apartclo Chicago,16.Baltl.

Slul,'. fooihull ,,'htwlti.nt i Cincinnati 59 49 .546 3Plttsbuigli CHICAGO (AP) If the Chi. Pitching (10 decisions)-Kou.

tame, a team( the Spartans fn.t 56 48 .538 6 cago Bears live up to the role of fax, Los Angeles, 16.5. .762; Pitching ((10 decisions)-Bunk,

"1"It' met in |1897 in die" wiondt t Milwaukee" 55 51 .519 8 solid favorites ovet the College Marlrhal, San Francisco, 15.5. er, Baltimore, 12.3, .800; Ford,

the II"|X>M "was' orgjmiiJ. III| hunt St. Louis 55 51 .519 8 All.Stars in Friday night's game 750. New York, 12.4, .750.
th. distinctive, telephone I 1.01"111"11. Los Angeles 53 52 .505 9'tChlneo at Soldier Field they probablywill Strikeouts-Koufax, Los An.
the Ocean Rut( Inn Celts, all Strikeouts Radatz Boston
number of ) Drysdale, Los An.
do It In the air.
and Yacht Club In tha world- 50 54 .418 12 geles, 162. and Peters, Chicago, 134.
fameu Florida Kara "",th THE Houston18 04 .418 19 / Although the Bears won the

Key Logo, la ba aiaclWh New' fork 34 i5 ,312 30'2Wednesdav t n National: Football\ League title
t last year by ball control foot
. . . s Results
. BUt Cqf1'tm' Philadelphia 4.2. Houston 1.1 ball, Bill Wade will be temptedto

? /V.f Enjoy Th. Hw AndLunuttoutlr Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles, 3 limber up his arm with a few PLAY BETTER GOLFBy
Elpmnitd ttCIIIH bombs against the college boys.Otto .
San Francisco, Newoik I
Now A *iltilf' r*.r. [
Milwaukee. 6, Cincinnati 3 Graham, coach of the Tommy Armour
GoCg- St. Louis, Chicago 5Toca All.Stars, Is well aware of the

Just ABOUT TWO PLEAS"NT \'. Games problems he faces In the rugged

HOUR* 0O.IYIND OIL' L Otlll AND Chicago at St. Louis Bears' defense that yielded Avoiding Topping a
last to the
grudgingly season
Cincinnati. N
Milwaukee at
ICI"III' i COUNTRY toughest NFL shacks SHOTS topped Keep
ID, AT"ACTIVI LOOOI"O Houston at Philadelphia, N\ j. MOST
AND" NCCNIATIONAL I ITIH : FAcll1' Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N; / Graham was encouraged by the I
roll A OUIOHT'VL FAMIlY CLUBwith Only games 'I'h.dul.d.Frida r watching George Mira of Miami golfer result! from bend elbow

HOLIOAV-A"O DON'T )"'s Games throw a few passes after being ing the left elbow If your \,

55(1 ABOUT ..O.QUITOn. the KeltFACILITIES Chicago at Pittsburgh, 2, twt. tw4 +i forced to take It easy because of elbow! bend the least little 51T0ight
night / bit the radius of
AIM, II* AND LAND. Neworlt at Phlladephla, N r "We finally got our passing your
A to for the first time," swing will he uncertain.
Enjoy d...... : In Southwett' Floridafor Houston at St. Louis, N ; "r said game Graham.Jell "I feel much bet. Never mind about keeping r
C/f::: ItnOml' fNllhnh.n. San Francisco at Cincinnati,
InM. n.hnon M iC"'01. Country Club N ter after seeing Mlra throw a the left arm straight and

ch.mp/ona"p, w/n oM...nCMO; ..._Iln.In.. Los Angeles at Milwaukee, N\ few,' stretched (which it should be) 1
toad .nd M. .. ....,,- LIVINGGOLFING Pete Beathard of Southern but think of
,,,,,,,''n.. ..1.lIn. 01.. ... merely keepingthosf
.llIn d..u' ".dlll. California I* the likely NO. 1
boat 0' .. inches the left
., rh. "."' ..'. only "" ' . few
coral tMtinrtmt park -ol mnd MM .run: oil: tlORONVAC II hole Ckom,,..,!.., Golf in Watch for I quarterback Mira and for Jack the Concannon collegiansbut of tll'om ire line Thin you won't '

..,,11.., conation, lay il Ie f. Boston College are sure to see stiffen your forearm and /

Vfl-MJ action. shoulder but you will maintain -
the radius of theswing
AAU w., peel 75' .40'. 30' with .,[.4 Telephotos The pass defenders of the All. ,
family, .., Stirs are primed for a busy that was estab-
Call, BOB TRIER, JR. VI"Praildenl memb.nhp." ( I.bl.. OTTO'S OTHER STAROtto Graham In Chicago to lead his evening. Three of the collegians lished when you soled

Reiart (formerly HOMESITES . College All-Stars against the Chicago Bears. revealed another probably are headed for start the club behind the

of Naples) ., North ,Kay.. Tk. ptnmtttr kamcufM A.. U*.l OP4ds side of his versatile tile. He is pictured diagramming ing jobs in an NFL defensive ball and too'c the aim
Largo NO I and make for the belt CMKlry Club Uwf some of hU plays for John Hartlme. the first Otto Graham backfield after the game. They

arvatlont. OR writ lo him I. Wk.Mt Flwido'fur and the Scholarship winner A non-athlete, Hartlme Is now secondin are George Rose of Auburn on it that you hoped

Far .t Sltff M4 his class in the first eat at Northwestern medical school (Minnesota) Mel Renfro of Ore. you would retain until you hit the balLFLOATISG

OCEAN3REEF! S1t11 hem US. 41 DODGE BOYS Graham set up a fund for outstanding Northwestern students gon (Dallas) and Jerry Rich ..1. C INS b. 'nIe' :bows Tn......

PHONE Ml J 6692 when he was a pro football player This years winner: ardson of West Texas State (Los

I. If", North Key Largo, "1.. a girl. Trudy Porter of Honolulu. Hawaii Angeles).

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'1 d Tkorwlar. Aig.it C, aril COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7


$ "Jrae/1iM, O., WIJINATURE ;f. :

JOHN DAM DAY GALBy tI g-:1 wumtf .lrteeY ,

aNe.n.INf, aNallaaTe{ "

ORE AcM LaButllk BOWM I wt ro u1Ktn does w..rtoaeulwvn


"If men wore feathers and prancing horse. . When the

wings a very few of them would female responds to his advances q. ,.,, Yulweq q. w1et1aN0
be clever enough to be crows"there Is much lover-like con

said Henry Ward Beecher once.tact of bills and more cooing,' /0U10

0 How true) Of all famlles of birds, A nest Is built of bulky sticks

none are as brainy as the crows,and twigs! grass, cow's hair,

NE); ravens, rooks, magpies, choughsand bark and grapevines. In the deep

Jays (Family Covldae).cup, the lady lays 3 to 5 green

UTAH g Throughout the world, they are lab eggs. These hatch quite quick.ly -

known for their Ingenuity, gregar.lousneis and soon the nestlings exhibita CLASSIFIED RATESRates Boatt-Morors Acces. 48AptFor Rent

bravado and mlschlev.loucness. prodlgous appetite. Now, the

Ingenuity of the crow reaches Effective April 1, 1964 21 ,.n/.C.' nit and trails (orlo 'tftiaiancitt Day w.... or
.. or Irtdt See Ktllty", *t Month, IRIS MOTELMI
HOOVER Crows think nothing forming Its climax The busy parents Quldhor Or VndtriltB not or MI I ttut
\ DAM a posse and attacking\ the great hunt for grasshoppers, scarab rl; 731M l

CALIF. horned owl, catching and eating beetles, carrion, caterpillars, Jht CoYiVr C eioffy (_/lcw/ S Bmints SABLE SHORES APTS.

virtually anything alive or dead crustaceans, toads and frogs, PUBLISHED Opps. Ml. 144JS
0 within their size, defending the small snakes, spiders, and even Holly", Reed Cod Artc /I..
against any Intruder sin. the of other hapless birds. SUSINtlS FOR 1ALC
ARIZ.N eggs (Except Monday & Saturday) '
Dtlicttttitn i Gou.... food r *[OROOM UN URNIHID
gle-handed, and getting togetherIn Corn, wheat, acorns and berries Nople.. Collie County, Florida hop. N,ct ,.n 4 w,', optr.. APT QMEEN ACMES tool I
great gangs for winter gab also are brought to the hungry lion a.mt locttion 7 y...., IWO t/Utf
0 NoM.SJ Cietlltnl Chtnltl Good ......*
fe.t.. young. Despite popular belief "\ \ ,, \ 10 S'hl.B4rl>'. Call( Ml >
Ana.l that the crow Is a savage des. .. <;}, ; " ,, ,,, IIIE k ;' er men. I/Ml SttunModtrn
Wttkly Monthly"
tka.Gtd CONVENTIONA troyer of small bird and hen \ lurnithtd tlliiitnclt

visit to a crow rookery Is eggs, studies prove that they do LOCAL RATES 17-Help Wanted btdrtom apt*.
one of the most taseln.Unc.rper. much to reduce Injurious Insects '$. Ktlly", Rd E, Napl7atf .*

lences In Nature. As many as 49,. and thus help the farmer and t : : : In.rben., par lino ---- Re : Vaunt boy tr woman' for Orilltnd . __
000 birds may congregate on a few rancher. Cenn.culwe '. I on-p.n, 111I wtitrn. r.p..nu notntctiury APT. FOR RENT .
thu "" Con..culo" Inurtlene. Itn. ___ Apply Andy", Pit Air Conditioned lurnlthod llicincv
d II'
acres of woodland to spend the The crow has even been deifiedby t, trbtcut alto. i P M 1/4 tl Apt I.pe":. bttcN and
Aa human visitor In 20 Con..cult" Inaetione, p" hen lie p.tr IM 00 month Mid
nights. a one certain peoples. our ... tMM '" IIio
(NEA Newtmap) has the feeling he has Invaded a west, Thllnklt Indian still wor. (Above rates apply", 10 a pt t"p.", Count" .v..... ; 13-Help Want. Female '.v / tio TToo"" *

MORE POWER FOR THE WEST-President Johnson has strange city whose inhabitantsare hip this black bird, while insoutheastern words to IC0 line 1 '".n. I bdrm- apt-*. Ella..o.

approved plans for public and private development of a 'lieU.orcanlzed, Integratedand Australia,the crow \\ <... TV Air, Condo 741 4thAv
*', flirt. to from far wttrlns tp So Ml > nil I/I If
$697 million electric power transmission system connect settled. A city whose sky. figures In many old myths. :, 1i -: pant) Chck In Mint b* tttldywilhni .
ing 11 western states, the largest system ever conceivedIn scrapers are white pine or red $W !. : : %\ J; .)' ton, at Prtthtn worhtr. Apply Laundry In ptr ,",n..h.d Must I Iv105 b.d.room.... .kitchtn .pert.moot .

this country, The project will connect the rich resourcesof oaks in which the resident have .'4,1f tnd b.in' Ml t tell| tll

the Columbia River in Washington to the power-hungry their own special perches on DiscriminationFound MINIMUM CHARGE 73< .pt T6. No room p.II urns., "chld..n..dilu.nCy, MI

southern areas of California and Aniona. Lines to be built, their own special floors Oirl. wanted (tntrtl office cltrk 111/7 0' MI103 4/011

as shown on the Newsmap, are ((1)) two 750,000-kllowatt( ()( The crows arrive in bunchesand 8-pt. type charged aa 1% line tuptrltnct payroll' and hilplul'account Writ. payable quthlicttioni .

lines from Oregon's Dalles Dam to Los Angeles to Nevada's as stragglers from as far a* On Many 11-Pt, type charged. as 2 lines to Caller County H..... Wanted Girl with. food back

Hoover Dam, ((2)) two 500,000.kilowatt lines from John Day 40 mile away. Certain openings 14-pt. type rhnrgcd aa 3 lines. >o. 1117 AU 7/31 tt around with young to thtrt divorcee, I btdroom. Wnle Col apt

Dam on the Columbia to Los Angeles; (3)) a 750,000-kilo-( ()( and clearings function as aerial Federal Jobs SO-pt type charged as 4 lines Over WAITRESS II. Apply. I WANTED Don's L<||ttt tier .County'", New' *. Son .,4 17)7Alll tl

watt line between Hoover Dam and Los Angeles, and ((4)) highway and traffic circles.Per. 34-pt. type charged as 9 lines (...I,. Napltt ihopplni Ctnttr

two 345,000.kilowatt lines from Hoover Dam to Phoenix, master tree serve as vantage LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) /U,1t For Rent
Ariz. point One half expects to see The National Urban League dl*. All Classified Ad are crah! with ordf. unless Good opportunity for w..., 49-Houii
with 5.cralana"p.. / .'.... _
crow policemen with whistles closed today a list of hundredsof Xdvertiier has eitshllahed account with the NEWS mart typo", .al. .ho..h.nd d..

tslsflr s.;,:sLar.aarrl'Sa. .." ,,____Ul.- and an air control tower In full federally-aided programs In 1I.ltl. Send ,..u.... le Cellar, Guett Noun lor ont. uHMittlurnithtd ,
DAILY DEADLINE -10AM, Prior Publication Count .... .
operation. With ten thousands Day H. lot 1m A .I/ city water l">0 00 parsee
which It has asked President U23.tf14Help Ml 11IO< 1/4 )t
4 due in at dusk SUNDAY DEADLINE 10 AM. FridayAll
someone should Johnson to end racial dlscrlml.
Airport JOHN B. ZATB look out for their safety. Skill. nation. Wanted Male Lira. t bedroomunliNM
Ads Must Be In lighlfoce
I Type .......
fully, they tlg.zag! through the The list covers more than 140 houtt with City NttrShtdowlawn

twilight, pick out a perch and flap cities In 24 states. Whitney M. National, per line . 30< w.t.. a ....." Plant op..t" ./. It School MI 11/27

Notes down with raucous cries. A rook. Young Jr., executive director of Classified Inch $1,15INVESTMENT for plant' in tha Napltt Art* .
cry sounds like Suburbia a Display, per . Sand rttum. end Siltry r*: Will share my'" home with, another
.,. ...- ..,_._---.- ... on the league, submitted It to the quirdt to e.. tl. Ntpltt, Flor, l.dyfor, particular. C.II
W.' """ L week-day night. Each crow has Whit House two weeks ago. H* _Ida 1at Mi, I4MI are

The combination of Ideal aYe shown a large increase this sum. something to say until the place called the situation Intolerableand
Is packed and night has fallen. 23-Miic. For Sale I Bedroom, lurnlihtd hou.. air
leg weather and brisk demand mer, and helps to fill those said it must not go on. conditioner Michisan Avenue
for airline seats resulted in a teats that otherwise might be Finally, the bulging, breathingbird The league report contendedthe mar Party Pantry 'Inquire 1141Frank
Round ft atrdtn ttonttAll 2 4491S4
Squtrt Whitman Ml
pretty active week on the empty. settle down and only dry aid Is of doubtful legality tut color*, On b. .II
Blocks Beach
3 To
scheduled flights. A total of 65 Those riding Naples Miami leaves and twig whisper In thedarb. under Title VI of the Civil bousht ttptrttt or ails dt.
and Intttlltd Phono lor
passengers were carried on the last week Included Tommy Tut. ..*. Occasionally, a branch Right Act, which prohibit dl*. 24-Unit Apartment Site tigntd.... ..,........ SioNECRAFTINDUSTRII Far rant ,,until Dec Itt for

Naples Miami route, repre. tie, bowling champ who conduct. breaks under the weight Then, bursements of tax dollars to In. R.. 1041",tails ollc., 1041 II"5 lilt lot dilioned couple. only'5un1 Beautiful t house.Air 1100 Con 00
sentlng an approximate 50 per ed a clinic here over the week several tree.fulls of crows wake stltutlons which bar some tax. $22,300 Terms 0. rmo. plut ut lititt. Annttl

cent increase over the came end; Harriet Stewart, Bud Ten. up, hop into the air with start. payers because of their color. TILE LIQUIDATIONALE .,4 It Realtor, Ml i 1471.

period last year. As In past ney, Ed Pacelll, P.M. Francoeur,, led cries and settle back precar. Federal fund are going tohospitals THOMAS E. McBRIDE Realtor Tr.moodoul S.s.nt, Wall Yes w* have another 2 Bid.

weeks, many flights were opera. Gen. C.E. Jung, Paul Benedum, lously on some new perch. The schools, public house Illo 1'1...(iloro bathroom. All or pitctl counltr to com(opt, room houto for rtnt Furnlthtd,,

ted In two sections to handlethe Jr., L.A. Graham, Mrs. L Klau., human visitor Is reminded of inC projects and other programs Floor III, .. quarry til.. ptptr City Pmeland, ", Wtttr.H. TV W Cable, III Ml4oo )

demand. der, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Hudson,, restless crowded tenements in In which Negroes are barred 532 Park St. So. MI 2-6844 hold.holdin.. tap All .t dithtt 50.%. toothbrutlt ell' dttltr 2 Walhm/I ttI

An encouraging trend this Mrs Ralph Clark, Ed Watson,,: New York City and quietly tip. either wholly or In part, said coil end ...0.. on torn Html.
toes the which concluded Its Wedn."' .", It Iht ,Ittt day Bd furnlthtd house food
summer Is found In the form Jr., Mrs. ILL Bradley and Fit L. away.In league, . .. It 10 to, I 't Glitch .Tilt ,loctlian Hi Cat Mapiet. Citywtttr
of '.. tk. p.I', that Is, passen.gers ,hugh Scott. the spring, such rooker. national conference today. Junior College Announcements 1171. Flrtl Avo So Clr Ml. t)7JI. J/MII

who arrive at the airport Charter flights for the per., fee break up and each crow There was no estimate givenof FOR SALE

without tickets or reservationsand sod were very slow with onlj' find a mat. According to Ed.m the total funds being allocat. PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Couch Fruit Wood Dining./ Itlprtventiontl !4-Trade or Sell

request space on the flights. one night flight operated fro I i ward Forbush's book, "Aroerl. .d but the league said It apparently Heads To Quit, IUI E. ,........., Trail nil .t. Ion with Ili Chin btd, othtrMiM Cabl
While this sometimes proves a Miami to Naples In the Pipe. can Birds," "at that season exceeded $1 billion an. Mldwty'" IMt38otiMotors Ittmt. Call' Ml Plies, Will houtt Irtdo tor land equity in in City Laht or County Ink.

bit of a burden on scheduling, Comanche the male pursues the female nually.All Adams Declares Ion Mr*,Hold M. Milton, Link till Cray 7/il Cell Ml 2 Uti. .//.tl

It does point out the tact many through the air In swift flight, Southern states were In., t Acces.

people are aware of the dally and both fly erratically, rising eluded In the list along with TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Secre.tsry : SEWING MACHINE 57-Houie For Sale

service and rely on Its opera. Ancient Fragrance abruptly, plunging downward,and many Northern and border of State Tom Adams says 10' 'low maintenance' cut. Out to Di,,....

tion for last-minute transport When the tomb of the Egyp at times turning almost complete states. Among the latter were several Junior college presidents torn H". VI built Gray Cebln", with Crulttr ReductionReer. III lows KM. like Whit now tie..' monoiramt Zts look. but sod, NORTH H. .. Smell Et.

tlon requirements. Often threeor tian king Tutankhamen, who somersaults a* they go The New York, Pennsylvania, Mich In Florida have told him they I .. Radio phone electric titcht tonhol.,, UM,...,on..Is button, fancy dt.",, tilt tilery" CB*-I yttr oldhome

four seats are sold on flight died In 1350 B.C., was openedin male's ....behavior at this In. lean, Ohio and Nebraska Intend to resign and take Jobs '' Itmily etc" '"A boat good II7MOO Commtrcltltype Con blind h....a>. dirni and raw mandt* and bedroom apt. rental 100

within two or three hours beforeits 1922, vases containing cosmetics terestlng period Include spread. The report cited dlscrlmina. In other state*. .r"M lob. 2 NIL'cCarvll'. ' MI. ,2211 month mill Writ biltnct/ ...or 1717|A 7 II>l, Colllor ptr I.Nice... Royal lawn", and Palm htdst tree* --Only
departure.The still were fragrant according InC the tall, drooping the wing, I tlon In more than 600 public H* said the situation shows County", N....*. IJOOO downContact

"round trip In the same to the Encyclopaedia strutting with head held high, housing I project; In more than there I* "considerable unrest Dtwty Polly :Realty

day" excursion ticket has also Britannica. and neck curved like that of a 60 hospital receiving federal and dlssatlsfac Ion existing PEANUTS Chorlei Schuss 26-Personal Branch OlliceNtple .

-- ----- Hill.Burton aid; in federally. within elements of our Junior 410 or *11344 ParkS avenlnit
aided retraining programs; college administration. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
Mn or woman wi'h drinking. /
school lunch program and Adams and Gov. Furls Bry. I HEAR 6OQD WIS63 problem, Am lor h.l, by oil 38-loti For Sale
I Week $687,400 Funds for general educational ant crossed lances again Tues. SAID ABOUT U. 6. in| Ml I 4111 Vititor. card.Illy",
County Realty wtlcomeo'' M..tmfi in Civil'
purpose. a also cited legregat.id day over Florida's higher edu. SAVINGS BONDS. h"... Church Ann> on 'thII. .
National Guard units in 10 cation. The Secretary of State's it 7lh A>. any", Tun *ndFrlrniihl Wtttrlront lot Royal", H. .
bar Sttwill and 40' "botttliptint
Southern states.James statement cam after Bryant THEY MUST t>t TRY tl I M F M 10% down. B..t tams

Real estate sales in the first Lot 127,. Galleon Drive section to Stephen and Mary J. Pang, rebuked him at a state Cabinet Mice. an lot oth.. typ*, Phone ut

weekly processing period of Au. Port Royal $18,900; Philip N. New Castle, Del., parcel in Sec meeting saying criticism of the 33-Sefvltea Offered Today to lee Contact thit bttutilul: 'lot

gust in Collier County added up Brownstein to Ralph W. and 2e, Twp 47, Rg* 27, $1,000; Sam. Foundation higher educational system was Lucille Ono l..h Crew,

to $687,400, an about average Ernestine F. Akers, Naples, Lot co Holding Corp., to Henry J. unjustified.But Cob JaoieDEWEY

total.In 5, Blk B, Lake Forest, 11500. ind Adeline Monaco, Yonkers, Gives Its Last Bryant said he agreed SEA WALLSCONCRETE POLLY

the previous period, real :V.YN parcel In Sec 28, Twp with Adam that further 1m. WOOD ROCK

estate activity was brisk, with MOORINGS (8, Rge 26, $2,500; Clifford. $96 Million Away provementa were needed In the Foundation Piles REALTY
Ju Moorings Der. Co. of Canada terson, Hugh P. Gerhard et alto
$1,200,900 In sales reported. educational system
Docks-Mooring Whips C.,," of Itt Ave Uo aTtmitml
AP The
ly'. total was $2,813,000.Sale Ltd. Barbara. B. Niblock.lUe\! Amelia Nichols, Akron, par. ( ) Asked about a rumor he Trail.
of The Tides beachfront land Park, HI., Lot 24, Blk Q, eel In Sec 8, Twp 50, Rg* 27, 'Tames Foundation announced It might become president of Flor. IAOEN Automatic drydact", Ml 241St.WATFRPRONT.

apartment motel In Naples high!* The Moorings, $12,800; E.H. $5,000; Clifford Anderson, Hugh J has given away It* last $96 mil. Ida State University, Bryant ABBOTTRadio

lighted the latest processlngper.iod. Frank and Anna Lee McSwaln to F. Gerhard, et al to Daniel P. lion and will go out of existence said; "A number of people have Road IIANDIRIILY llEACH LOTS

The property, legally des. William P. and Evelyn P. Da. and Betty R. Caylor Jr., West ]Dec. 31. approached me with this *ug. 7.J041 14)11 t447 ESTATES

crlbed as the north 150 feet of the des, Pittsburgh, Lot 22, Blk 1, Palm Beach, parcel In Sec 8, The fund was founded In the gestlon and 1 have only thanked Let Let I = Sl.ck Slack L 1 unit Unit: 1-1750 n-loot ::

south 160 feet of Lot 1, Block S, Lakewood Park, $2,000; Ethane Twp SO, Rge 27, 5000. ]:will of Arthur Charles James, them for their compUment.: SLIP COVERS Owner. lobo ...h. Don Holland.
who once owned one-seventh of 140 IU.d
Av. T.u. I.
The Unit 2 was sold on Combs to Dolph E. and Mary. Adams had cited GordonBlacfcwell' Tropu.I" Drapery a UpholN.r.'
Moorings to Marie T.Long toed. Florid..
Bener Corp.
I all the railroad mileage In the / Al 1601 111 1/
Lot 4
for $393,500 gene B. May, Naples, recent resignation 7/11 toegsT
by Coast
Corp. In
Rochester, N.Y., acreage 1 United States. 111 L. Tilt '. ,,, .
end llo
2 Tacoma Park $13,900. '''''0 v r on.diteans
to of New Blk from FSU a* an example of .
Philip M. Sec 17, Twp 50, Rge 31, $3,500! ; H. died In 1941 leaving $26 by'" l'ONrCR" IN.
Ronald C. May to Thomas A. "th unhealthy climate for educational oun"II'. Mtchint tcrub... BUY In Rock HtrborCorntr
York .
City. and .,
to Morton H. fvlLASuaMt' ''
Boner Corp. / .
Lot I million to the fund, which was .wrraJ ttrippms. .....1 end eolith rttMYl7M. lot fl'.11I' Nict nt inborhood '
This price covers the land and and Louise Crews, Naples, Charlotte White, Perth Ambuy, for 25 unless progress in this state" .... co..c.., Offce' City wtttr availableoo
Brookside Unit 3 $15,100 t to operate year -- $/ / ullt.
building. Furniture also was sold, 35, ;; R... MIiS.. .
N.J. parcel in Sec 17, Twp SO, ,.
G.R. Osborn to Harry C. and I Its trustee ended It sooner I 1/74 10138Autoa Contact;
but Its value is not reflected by Bonita Springs Rg* 31, $1,400; Ray J. Rlgot Some of It was Invested In Lucille''' Cm* Ltth Brown
state tax stamps on recorded Christine Kemp, Inc. to Margaret M. Rlgot, MI. For Sal. Bob 1..serDEWEY
Lot IS Blk B Corners Vander. I luch stocks a* International ...
deeds. ,
bllt Estates Unit 1, $8,500;; Bon. amt, parcel In Sec 4, Twp 50, Justness;]! Machine and Ame"" POLLY

Shores Inc. to William W. Rge 32, $1,800; George W. Gill ,=;an Natural Gas SCN. ALMOST NEW ION Qtlaii' MO
OLD STATION SOLD Us Dahl to James Wong, Nassau, parcelIn ft grew and grew. Over the a, II e ; L... than ItoO mllat. I drtitndird .. REALTY
Mlnneapo.Us .
and Marjolaine .
thift R4H .
railroad Mutt
The old Everglades *
Lot 4, BU 23, BonitaShoresUnit Sec 25, Twp 50, Rge 34, $3, years the fund has given away 0 C .N a '. f eC rilict. on price Call Ml. 11411 Corner of lit Ave. U.. 4
station was sold by the Univer. i btt...n 7pm, end ,
3 $1,100.Kenneth 900. H2" million, !in widltlon to the It 1aa .4 .. I pm Ttmitml TrtilMl '
shy of Miami to Alice W. Brownof A. Pines to the follow 114.11 raUl
and Alice Window to Harry j jIngi 196,350,000 In tU final grant .. SW 1s le a..1 see
Detroit for $22,500. Total Lester and Lola Israel TRUCKS Mtxdtnlial Lot L... ".'.
sale .85 Pearl M. fflndenach, lmmokalee, New The last gifts went to 92 lost i NN 'w ee .. ., to a..u ..... "hoot and ttorttt :
the was
land Included Lots 3 and 4, Blk 4, Eden Park, York City, parcel In Sec 33, Twp |utlons: in amounts ranging from list Card) Good Motor II 1U 00 MARLOWE 4 BECK, 4IJ ate
acre In the northwest corner of 51 33 to Harold International Ave South Ml. 1 1211lll.thttl '.
Joseph S. Welnfeld Her. Rge $3,400; 1100,000! to $5.5 million. \ IM1 HIM' 00
the northeast quarter of See 14, $1,700; and Rosalie Creenblatt New York Del ,Icon Oelui Slallon ....-
et al to Fred L.
man WeIner, HIMM.
Twp 53, figs 29. City In Sec 33 ion
parcel Twp 91
There 36 sales with val. and Sammie E. Taylor, Immoka.lee St. lh*<. vthlcltt todtyNtpltt 59-Acreage
Rge 33 $3,400 to Paul R. and
; Probers
in Blk 8 Sunny Acres Warren
parcel ,
listed at less than $1,000 H.
ues Traverse Corp. to HarryE. Hannah Bruise, South Miami, r 48' ,\.Ult::
$2,500 FRONTA8EM
during the weekly processing per. ; parcel In See 33 Dallas Curb TRAIL
Twp 51 Rge Cut IM.tNaHN
.. ,
40 ary
: Knelr, Tr., Naples, tcrtt hih ,
lad, and such sales totaled $19, 33 to MAR
$5,100 Mite M. Klstler Irom ceurthtuM
700. Sales of $1,000 or over with Sec 2, Twp 49, Rge to 25 Nell, $19 F., Miami, parcel in Sec 33, Twp 51,, DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-\ chunk '* 11)1 Card I dr. Automatic. Iran.. LOWE 4 111Mi. 4W tlh 'Ave"."
values taken from tax stampson 200; Seagrape Corp. Rge 33 $2.400.Florida I rf Dallas street curbing has mittion, Good ascend c.,, ... South. Ml
North Elm. .. River Ptrk. Apt D.I.IttJ .
recorded deeds included the and Mary A. Lynch, joined other evidence assent.ld 4 7/2U'
following sted, Ohio, 10 acres In Sec 13, Investment Future ,> by the Warren Commission 65-Gen. Real Fettle __

E.H. Frank to Virginia B. Ev. Twp 49, Rge 25, $16,000.COLLIER Co. to Robert L. and Virginia luring Its investigation of the ..; ; .1 Chr r.'iW7.; Oood

ana, Naples, Lots 11 and 12, B. Tlpton, Ransomvlll, N.Y., assassination I of President Ken. Ave,. North Broad Meld fptcltl -MO* "I.
SALE parcels In Sec 85 Twp $1 Rg 5/411 U S II l c'
Naples $13 htndlt 14 wnt an
Tier 6 Block 17, tedy.
Miles Collier Trusts to 33 $2,000 Florida Sunshln I .IM Chevy", 4 D,. 'td. T..... to town Colltr/ Cay"ttl.lt / A ''
Walker to Ruth While FBI watched .... .
SOOi Forrest agent ) r eel *** oar. MI" 1 '0". Ml t HI1 J JI
Alexander, Wausau, Wli., Lot Lester Whltaker, Tr., Naples, Acreage Inc. to Cello F. and Wednesday, city workers used
40 acres In Sec 17, Twp SO, Mary L. Coradlnl, dencoe ni. SAROAINS' ANYONE
20, Blk 14, Aqualane Shores Unit .rater-cooled saws to remove a ; Sacs!
6, $14,500 James L. Walker to Rge 26, $11,000 Agnes WU. parcel In Sec 19, Twp 91, Rf* secure of Main Street curbing << f f7Duplu..arfl.' INN
Wausau Lot llames to Stuart E. and Lillian 84. $1,300; Golden Age Invest. ; ,..* Nt.r Cape.
Ruth Alexander, tear tile triple underpass. 1t Hem.even.I1 Cera/I brldgoAar..COME
7 Waggoner, Naples, Lots 8 and mint Co. to Lawrence G. and
17, Aqualan. Shores Unit $7, Investigators speculate that IN1ANp.u1
WO. 9 Blk A, Haldeman River Subd., Shirley F. Witcher, Tlpp City : : .
300 Lawrence B. Buck to .MM bullet fired at President : MY ARM
lIam;; and Rita H. Bracken, Nan $1,000; Trail Developers Inc. Ohio, parcel In Sec 34, Twp Ji. I Kennedy from the Texas or. ... ,.a...., .....It'n.lI.' ..' .'&= TWIST O H LU'
Caudlll and Charles W. Rge 34 $1,600 South I utility .. .. ft 'It E rtktr
to J.R. Coast MI
pies Lot 3, Blk C, Coquina j School: Book Depository Build. 1.1111 \l4 :cIt Ill *ih SI NO.NiplM .
Church Welch, W. Va., Lot 4, Const. Co. Inc. to Ralph D'All II
Sands Unit 2, $4.S00.Phillip I InC passed over his car and by It"
B. Smith to Vivian Bell. Blk 1, Naples Manor Annex, $4, and Joann Mania, Metro Park, I truck the curb. ." el.hd, I See,_.Aea.full Sa1N In y/10 4ln
200 Glenn A. Stark to Julius DI., parcel la Sec 6, Twp siRg the Ken. Aip C= '
Naples, Lot 14, Blk D, Coquina ; A motorist watching lr :! : 66lniuranceMIV
Sands Unit 2,2, $4,800;; Clyde F. O. Gedlman Miami Lots 4 andS 33, $1,000; Franklyi Lei I laxly, motorcade, told inves.Ifiiors UNDERWATER pin-up girt of the month at Flor. p. Ml 243-i:

Browning toj Naples Waterfront Blk 22, Naples Park Unit t, venson to Tropt.Ky Cons. t b. felt a sting on his ida's Weeki Wachee U Mermaid Fay liarler, of

Developers Inc Miami, Lot 9, $1,100 Robert D. Gregg to WU. Corp., Miami, parcels In Sec j,tare and noticed a chip la the Washington D.C. shown posing gracefully in the 45-TfIUr Po, K>Tlt "' taty'" Ptymtnl
Tut _
I Owntrfc
Galleon Port llam B. Stone Inc., Naples, Lot Twp 53, Rg $3, $2,000; and Te.l.rs It .Peen, H
section. curb
Drive I _ _ _ clear waters of Weekl Wachee If you can tear e _.. wit. TV
Twin Lakes Frank Hodor ...
Royal $10OOO Port Royal Inc. 2, Blk 8, Naples Tr. to Loafs Well Ile p {N0sc II s wsck 'I"J/lfOlit INJUftANCC
man, Miami your eyes away from the mermaid, there's a cal, RNb Cre.b Trader hrk, HnAv*. Northf
to Charles A and Anne D. Cam. 8500. parcel in Sec M, 4/2N/ m. /11 tot
alier Jr. Chevy Chase, Md., First Fla. Real Estate Mart Twp It, Rgt 34, $1,800. Dt B* A LltUrbeg endar in the photo, too MI t


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I t (OI.I.IER rot: \ n'i NEWS Thursday, Augvut C. 19(1 lies III Chungking used the rvolulionan h* could led" Viet Mm not as a the general view u that it has carious b.laclng art not onu
__ Bearded U.S. movement in link. Commwilst but rte v :Satlonaltct. grew otMldenbty etwee tiny domestically but In the world
AdversaryIn china to gather Intelligence and He kept| up the fiction until 1961 victory of 1934. American Intelligence Communist movement as well.
earn I out sabotage against the when, h* formed the Lien Viet sources say the army There are signs, however,
Japanese Nfuten Al Quoc, (United Nation! Front) In numbers 190.000 men, the navy that the pressures from Peking
known as a Communist, 1 juried which the Lao Bong (Commun- 1 000 and the air force 300. are Increasing and that even the
Viet Ex-Cabin Boy In Jail In South China but he met) Woikers' party was to beth South Vietnamese sources say pro-Sovlets are beginning to
loon persuaded his raptor, Go\ leading element.During there may be as many' as 500- bend toward their next door
Chang Fa-kwet that his group the long years of war 000 in the arm)'. Nationalist Chi. neighbor and its hard line But
By JOHN ROlnRICK: the Rights! ol Man," the French ould do i better job Hun! tlt! against the French Ho was nese officials put the figure at HJ refuses to coma down on
TOKYO (AP) \ shadow Socialist pam and met such Nationalist To get him out of Jail c'old.bloded. III liquidating those closer to 300,000 or 350000. either side In the Chlnew-Sovlet
but famous Marxist, ruler of a Free h oc lalist leaders as Leon and supplied with the tents he who threatened his potter or In North Viet Nam today quarrel
little known corner of Southeast Blum and Marcel Cachin. needed from Chungking =>(u\ that ot the Communist At the there Is an uneasx balance between .
\sla suddenly has become the Known t* Nguxen AI QttOc, h* en did a simple and east thins time of Mcton In 1954 htf was In the pro-Chinese faction
direct adversary' of the !United pent! much time In European: He ( change! his name to Ho Chi tbsolute control.\ and the pro-Soviet headed by) Watch for
States, his torpedo brut nests jails lor his Socialist \lews. In Mlnh "The Enlighten." Then came the division of the Gen. Vo Ngwen GUp, the xlc-
the targets of American bombx.Stranly 1919 with Cachin, and others, he Thus, when World War II ended count>'. tor of Dita Stein Phu who Is
a i, .bearded Ho Chi became a founding member of Ho had ju unllerll; und Toda10 \11if' later, the minister of defense Le Duan,
Mlnh, one time cabin ho cook the' French Communist parti arnu' supplied .qulpp.,1: and north Is reported caught In; the part secretary.general. Is a
and Soviet follower, Is regardedby mil rote a book that soon lie. encouraged bthe Inltecl States grip of mmniAic hard times clove friend and 1'1'011'11"' of Ho's
many In his democratic came famous, French Colonization and Its Allies. He ""is able to Kith black marketing. corruption. and thus keeps the old man s Influeiue .
Republic of (North) Viet Nam on Trial.' Smuggled into enter Hanoi no longer. on the load shortage. uncmplov alive and constinth l7tlltK
f; a and by> quite a few In Soul,lndoc hin., it Inflamed the [passions face of It. a Communist, slim- mete and low wages felt. He and Premier Plum Van
., Viet Solon as his ( ountn ofoung\ patriots and I he had with shrewd forethought There xeems to be no .I'U( c Dong ate regarded In most observers and the
greatest patriot, the undisputed made Nguyen AI QuO a house. abolished the partsome I'dh'i iniormatlcMi a\.ilUble c v s r leader of Indochina' war for Independence hold name there. months eirller. Ho knew' that 11 tin M7H "I i the North Vietnam. the Soxlets than, to the Chinese. DODGE BOYSLET'S
from France. During World War II, the Al. the struggle \\'l1lo'h1 mill I loll,,w\ Nee mlllt u"\ establidhmt'itt. but Hun has maintained tints pit.
yeas Behind his benign" exterior
hides one of the most single- I
minded, skillful and ruthless
Communists. From his headquarters .
In North Viet Nam, he
leads a fore In the south that :
calls Itself revolutionary righttrs -
of the National Liberation TALK ABOUT.

Front, better known as the Viet .
Cong (Vietnamese Commun.
Ill driving tome Is said to be
about 25,000 men trained as
guerrillas by Hoe northern
IIi Communist regime. These are DOCKING YOURBOAT

S the forces enemies of American of the advisers expanded to .

tMc- \ the young Republic of ((South)
S Viet Nam, which; is fighting to
break the Communist strangle.
INEA Ttlepliotol' hold threatening Its existent. AT
The two Vietnamese republicsthat
UNITED STATES' ENTRY-Bobbie Johnson, year-old) face each other across< the
Washington, DC. fashion model was named Miss U.S.A. 17th Parallel are the troubled
at Miami Beach. offspring of the Indochina war
which Ho Chi Minh brought to
an end in 1954. By crushing the BOAT HAVEN
flower of French colonial er- or
UN To Hear Both Viet mles at Dlen Blen Phu, Ho's

guerrilla army of 110,000 men
conquered a French: Union force
that once totaled 700,000 men
Governments On CrisisUNITED
during the liven.year war.
Ho expected to dictate termsto 1
NATIONS, N.Y ed and measured" to discourage the defeated French, but
(AP) Diplomats predicted to. further acts of aggression. He French and Soviet pressure
day the U.N. Security Council said President Johnson had given forced him to postpone total
would Invite both North and him explicit Instructions to control of Viet Nam In favor of
South Viet Nam to take part In assure the council that the U.S. a divided country
debate on North Vietnamese ...t. mission In Asia Is "peace." Five years lat.r. convinced
tacks on American warshipsand Morozov denounced the US that unity could never be
U.S. retaliation. air raids as "acts of aggres. achieved on their terms, Ho's
Council President Sivert A. lion" Communists began the guerrilla
Nielsen of Norway suspended "The expansionist alma of the campaign against the south,
debate so he could sound out United States for extending the then led by Ngo Dlnh Diem.
delegates to the 11-nation bodyon war In Southeast Asia are Even before Ho's torpedo
the proposal to hear repre. fraught with danger for the boats attacked U.S. destroyers ( -
sentatlves of the two Vietnam area," he said. .In the Gulf of Tonkin this week
ese governments. Nielsen said Roger W. Jackling of Britain there had been Increasing talk
he believed he could convene said the United States had the In Asia and In the United Statesof
the council again Friday to re. right to act "to prevent the re. the possibility of American
port results. currence of attacks on her attacks on North Viet Nam as a DOCKING at HOMEis
If the Communist North and ships. means of halting aid to the YourBoat
pro-Western South both send Communist guerrillas In the We Baby
spokesmen It will probably pro. south. a great pleasure if you have
duce a heated debate on the
Broward Clerk's Ho previously had scoffed at '
roles the United States, North this possibility. the
Viet Nam and Red China play In Despite his derision, Ho Is necessary gear -
South Viet Name war. Shortage Repaid probably deeply worried over
The debate opened Wednes. the effects of an American. WE HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION
day at the request of the United South Viet Nam strike at the the Year 'Bound !
Audit Reveals
States, which asked for an ur. north or the possibility of open
gent council meeting to consider TALLAHASSEE (AP) State warfare between the north and
"the serious createdby
situation Auditor Ellison the south.
Ernest said to.
deliberate attacks of the Hanoi .. day suspended Broward County Should the Vietnamese mill- 4ue ,4COtst
(North Viet Nam) regime on Circuit, Clerk W. E. Bunch Jr. tary situation deteriorate, Red
United States naval vessels In repaid the $55,167 his accounts China's Mao Tce-tung might
International waters." were short last December.In well carry out his repeated MOORING WHIPS
The question of Vietnamese a follow-up audit released promises to come to the aid of
participation In the debate was today, Ellison said Bunch did North Viet Nam. 110, remem. .,
brought up by Soviet Delegate not identify the source of the bering Viet Nam's history as
Platon D. Mororov, who Intro $55,200 he repaid nor say he re. vassal and satellite of the old
duced a resolution to have the turned more than the account Chinese Empire for 1,000 years,
council seek Information from was short.The no doubt fears his polite Chinese THERE'S NO SECRET TO GETTING lOl'KSELF AT
North Viet Nam relating to the deposit Indicated the entire friends even more than he does ALL TIED UP TilE RIGHT WAY
U.S. complaint and to Invite amount was In currency, his anti. Communist enemies. MOORING SAFETY . THE WHIP DOES ITI!

tlves North to Vietnamese take represent Ellison said. Though the name of Ho Chi So Easy . So Qutrk . You Won't Believe It . BOAT HAVENBerths
part In the debate. The earlier audit for the Minh Is famous throughout the This Is the simplex "Do.it-yourclf" safe mooting device ever
Chief U.S. Delegate Adlal E. period Nov. 1, 1962 to Dec. 31, world, It is not his real one. No Invented, Patent Number 3,120,831.
Stevenson said the United States 1963 contained a letter from one quite knows what this man
had no objection to Inviting Bunch saying he used the $ G.. of many aliases was called Moorings Supplies

Vietnamese North Vietnam but the South 167 to buy bearer bonds and when he was born In Nghe An, FOR OUTBOARDS INBOARDS CRUISERS Storage Water Taxi a Repairs
should be asked toot, had sold the bonds for $55,200 In North Annam, in 1890. STRONG SOLID FLEXIBLE FIBERGLASS
Stevenson said the U.S. coun. which he returned to the clerk's Son of a Vietnamese national. and built to defy the tlemcnti. designed Wi treat your boat like it was our own . pamper it
terblow Wednesday was "limit. account. 1st, he left Viet Nam In 1911 as a Their great strength and flexibility under the coriect tension, so you'll enjoy it every moment. You'll like our service
The earlier audit said Bunch's cabin boy aboard a French merchant cooidmated with the rubber toulon mounts In the bate assemblies and our facilities but best of all you'll like our rites
records did not Indicate the ship, Is said to have spent allows the boat complete tl'l'.dnnor motion without Give us a call or drop in . soon
Hearing e. money was used for official some time in the United States, hitting dock.
purposes.As worked as an assistant to the The Whips automatically adjust themselves to all conditions oft
(Continued'tron, page 1)) a result of the Initial audit great French cook Escoffler In 'de, surge, sea and wind bv maintaining constant pull or tension
presently prohibits guest houseson Gov. Farris Bryant sus. London, and from Germany out against the mooring lines, thus eliminating itreii and strain Our covered storage for Boats 20' 35' includesa
corner lots, "but the only pended Bunch from office and reached Paris, where he got a on the hull and fitting thru the use of the standard haidx\are
reason this ordinance la still he was indicted In Broward Job retouching photographs.But on the boat private shower and convenient docks. All the ser-
legal Is no one's ever attackedIt County.A his tastes were predoml. GONE-; ARE YOUR DOCKING WORRIES . Even the cow.
," Spingler said. "People now sanity hearing was set for nantly for politics and reading. boy the sudden squall and that big boat that just went vices you would expect in a first class operation.
are more conscious of suing the Sept. 8 and trial for Sept. 28. Soon h* Joined the 'League for by Relax I let the whips be your watchman.
city than they've ever been." DOCK EDGE FENDERS
he warned Ah.filled, moulded heavy duty vinyl l fender 30" long x 8" ell Also
Under the new coning code, ameter Quarter rut fwnv with 01 without stiffener plate ton open storage or live-aboard conven-
guest houses could be built onlyon adaptation over edges, of docks, guard tails, pile, bulkheuds, iences of electricity water telephone and TV cable.
residential lots of more than ea walls and many' commeiciul use*. Comes ready to Install ,

sites 30,000 contain square feet.substantially Most home less position.with 01 without giommet. Mar be bolted down or laced Into Parking within 30' of your boat at any Dock.

than 30,000 square feet, SHOCK ABSORBER! FENDEKS
Home occupations would bea A Must For homes Yacht Cluh, Marines. Ga* Dork! *
nonconforming use under the Attaches easily. to square or round wood and concrete piles Get the best you'll find its the cheapest in the
iiulkhencls end dock
new toning code, and home-cc. HH walls. floating *
cupatlon licensee would be grant ll iii\e with impart No moving paiti New high impact long run.
,'I lem plastic tubing coordinated with lubber heir mounts ab-
ed by the Zoning Board of Ape orb the shock . Long life . completely tail water It.
peals only If a "recognized hard.
a utnnt. Fully' guaranteed for 1 >'ear.
ship" existed. 3 \ ..I't trill attembhe are available in lengths, 5'. i'' ;. 10' and
15' with two or more contact points of tuspentlon A pair
PROTECT BEACH usually sufficient for hoais tip to i\., WE WATCH YOUR BOAT
Council decided that all future Reromnivndet spacing U 8 to 10 feet apart for boat under '
construction on beachfront tote rhnt, t ty feet and for larger boats space up to 15', DAY AND NIGHT w,
should first go before Council RU1HFRIZFD DOCK STRIPPING;
to Insure adequate building set. 1IL11 Sold! by the foot ::!' (" wide, easy to place on pilings (DRY STORAGE FOR BOATS AND CARS,
backs from the Gulf. Strong suggested easy on your boat
Council establish a sea. DOCK CLEATS OF COURSE) 'jI
wall line, but Mayor Archie Tur. .. '" 1." I..nth."Ol't..1\ nylon plastic and ntinilla' line.
ner favored "playing each Indl. 1 L..I us give you an estimate to da the whole job These ducking!
vldual case by ear." '\stems ale acceptable In Naples most exclusive residential
Police Chief S.B. Caruthera area*. They ate neat and efficient A
appeared before Council In the
afternoon and gave details of the
apparent attempted burglary of
the Chrls.Tal Market Tuesday
night by three men, one of whom
shot and wounded policeman
Jerry Winebrenner.
"There was close cooperation a
between agencies," the chief .
said. The Sheriff Department's
bloodhound was Immediatelymade HAVEN
available the night of the
break, and one of the three sus.
peels was tracked down and ap

piehended aid.City quickly with the dog's NAPLES, inc

Manager Vlhce Wood com. NKA nut it.i

mended Winebrenner and Sgt" BATTLE WON. .Rescuers broke! into (cheers[ when, they
sack Bliss for "terrific job,
and /Council echoed a Wood's sen. broke through Into the cavern where, nine men were trapped
tie Juts, at Champagnole Frarce after a night of tricky drilling


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