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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 18, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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TUESDAY AUGUST 18, 1964
8 PACES 10 CENTS 4lt YEAR.NUMBER 17
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JESS ALEXANDER Farmers SAM In ENGLAND the Naples area Hea"rSewer

wIll have about 4,000 acres of ? To
Naples Merchant land undercultlvatlon this year,
representing about a $4 million
"My first Job was with the Investment, Don Landercountyfarm oqComplaints

Texas News Company in Dal agent reported today. ).
las--a wholesale!
magazine Acreage has been Increased
house. I tore the covers off about 1,500 acres over that :.:-.:.-
of old magazines sent to them farmed last year. ... -
from drugstores, newstands, Lander limited the Naples :;..... ..' -
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. .....
etc which were to be sent backto ,
area to a stretch reaching from 1-: '
the publishers. I was 14 the north Naples Immokalee > ,

and earned $5.00 (per week)." Road to points near Royal Palm : I'; -,._. \ .
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Hammock, and did not Includethe :;.. .\ '.: City Council meets tomorrow during the wInter and early City t.lanagerVince I\'oodwlll
area stretching Into the .::;..;: ,: ..?,, -'" morning to conduct regu- spring at a total 1 cost of 3.37 present a report on possible
farm center around Immokalee ., r ... ar business, then reconvenesat cents a square loot" off-strrci 1 parking facilities!!
Crops typical to Collier : t :. ...,. 1:30 to hear objections! to The flna I squatc-fou, cost near the downtown area. At
; .
County will be among the plantIngs ys".y'' ;: ; i''{r1:ti confirmation of die final assessment was about five per cent above theugust 5 meeting Council -

Including tomatoes, wa- roll for recently- the finally-estimated 3.25 asked Wood to Include In
termelonspepperscucumbersand HEAVY MACHINERY is required in large atieaR! hunim*, tncieas- completed Sanitary Sewer Dis cents In computing/ each land hIs report what land is available -

gladlolas. Pete Bighman Ing sharply in the Naples area, The scene uictuiH) ( at ::1\ ('al'l! dlidden; trict No. 3. owner's assessment, a maximum I- for municipal parking lots,
has a seed cane crop of about operation is typical Men\ standing from l heft .mPuilmdii: ; lountv City officials expect sewer depth factor( of 250 feet purchase prices, and how the
40 acres planted along Airport agent ; Roberto Kindelan and Bud Ashley, taim oyp rs'Pts und Carl district properly' owners toturn for residential lots and 22& purchases can be financed.
Road near the county government Glldden. out In good sunders to make feet for comllll'rda I propertywas In.a a"'.tied matter, the Fifth

complex. This Is a new _'! ... their objections! Construction: taken Into consideration.Ilic Avenuessixlatlon of merchants
county crop. Io.'V " . : of sewers in the nnlllfon-dol- maximum" depth limitation win I recommend that
It Is estimated that produc- . "tlf11 lar district was accomplished came about principally because Council ielnstall parking meters -
tion costs per acre for most of a lawsuit, filed last with i :30-tidnute time limit

of the farm crops runs closeto ; ,: ." year !by 26 beachfront property along; I llth Avenue, as soon as

$1,000, so the 4,000 acres ; ',''' Naples Breaks owners In the district, which additional off-street parking Is
under cultivation represents a \n\\"I ,\ delayed the sewer const ruction. prPViJed. The off-street park-
$4 million dollar Investmentby \. I i Mark six months, The depth facto log!: Committee made much the
the farmers of the area -. : : Building was written Into a stipulation Same recommendation at the
MRS. MAMIE TOOKE an enterprise subject to the that allowed the suit 10 lie settled August s Council meeting.
President, Dank of Naples whims of nature. Farmers ',,- -More To ComeThe without going to trial thru Council( will\ take up an
face the possibility of an eightor \ application' by a downtown property
"When 1 was a little girl, 10 Inch rain the day before Naples Building Department KNOTTY I'HOWL MS owner for permission to
it seemed that I was always picking starts, or perhaps the )\ yesterday processed the During the mornIng session add a second story tolls build-
obeying orders day after day- 27 degree temperatures which $034,294: permit for the 50-unlt Council is expected to set the liig, waiving requirements for
trying to do all the things necessary visited the county two winters b1 Port au Villa cooperative apartment public hearing on the $1,068, additional off-st reet parking
for me to earn a very ago. Either marks sad dayon \ project at 2100 Gulf Shore 000 budget for ieptemher 16, spaces resulted by a recently-

meager allowance called spend- the farmer's calendar. Blvd.With this permit, the Naples Council will consider two knotty passed ordinance.
ing money. So, I decided to Among the farmers operating construction total for 1904 row problems Involving the down- When' the! Zoning Hoard of
try to escape all that by going In the Naples area this to $9,713,702, a new alUlmt town Fifth Avenue business Appeal considered, this ap-
into business for myself I year net, CarlGllddenHubert record for one Year. And 1904 area Continued on page X)
set up counter in the corner Kelley, Ernest Kelley, Bob till has more than four monthsto
oi our yard to display and lIeij' Shockley, R.A, Bethea, Jr., the run The previous record 'of - .. .11 J
any and all fruits, flowers and Six L's, Manatee Fruit Co., ,5S9,7ct was set IlIlf"r. ,Benson Nciv Chairman
vegetables grown on our place. Tony Rosbough, Bill! Davis anda The Port au Villa "
I was successful. 1 believeIn number of others.PLANTING biked the total so far for Au. 'I
( the dignity of labor and believe gust to $1,257,687, the fourth Edison
that thrift Is essentialto TIMEAt consecutive! month with more than J Advisory Body
$1,000,000 worth of now construe.
good living and to establishing this particular time farm ...
tlonaci ordlng toeitlmated build-
a sound financial condition." ers are busy planting and cultivating Inc costs on each permit the de Robert T. Demon, president t dance, al 83 Eighth Avenue,
a tomato crop. A visitto parturient Issues. 'of the Nodes, Iual til ale Exchange ., South.
one farm operated by Carl Port au Villa, consisting of ;; Inc and a director of The iwy ': chairman succeeds
Glidden which parallels the .1LL.A six buildings, will be built on a the, First National Bank will Allen HolKltsnn who baa held the
i head up the Edison Junior Col., post for the Edison
past year
Pulling Road where construction lot facing the Inland waters, right 1
has Just begun, shows that DRAINAGE and irrigation ditches are dipped out with a dray line, across Gulf Shore Dlvd. from legs I chairman Advisory during Committee the comingschool as 430 Junior Miidents Collide this will fall enroll, with about an
The Moorings beach
tiny tomato plants, barely an property.
Owner of the I IprojeCllaliatedullexaroncorp'l term. estimated' 03 of the students com.
new
Inch high, are pushing up cooperative Benson, who has burro a menurer fug from Collier County.
through the ground In rows 2,000 of the advisory commlttoo
Decides Votes .
Keating To 913,000
SeekReElection by
ty I feet long, stretching almost ley G. Downing, trustee line Its beginning, was clevat.
as far as the eye can reach. E.H. Marhoefer Jr. Co, con. id by members to the chair. ,.',, ", "J.. ," ;....,
Altogether Glidden expects to For Goldwater traitor for several big Naples ;manahlp at a recent meeting
harvest tomatoes this year On GOP TicketNEW projects, will build Port au VII The committee Is comprised of
from about 500 acres Florida Quota 1. Construction will be of con. I'three representatives from
The tiny plants Just peeping crete and Imitation antique brick. each County .Lee, Ilundry and
above the ground now are expected YORK (AP) 5..... ,un away irom a light because Florida lie. Architect is Nelson A. Faerber Collier
to produce a ready Kenneth B. Keating, the New the odds were against me" TAMlM (AP) of Naples Other Collier County members
crop York Republican who New York's Junior senator I|iibllcans have a quota to in eel| art Mrs. Sara Jones
for harvest In about 90 days. disagreeswith The two two-story buildings I of Immoka.
Goldwa.
Planting Is done at Sen. Barry Goldwater, announced said he had not attempted nor (913,000, votes for Bam will\ contain 32 apartment units, 'lee, and Gun Turner, president
ler
staggered today he would seek re would he try to make any poll., and the four three.Mory build. of the First National Hank In
times, varying from one to t two election. tical deals. As for his differ State Republican h.lrman li ugs will contain 24 units. Total r Naples
x weeks, In order to stretch out He may run against Atty ences with Goldwater, he said: Tom Falrflclil Brown sail. Man. floor space In all buildings Is The new committee chairman
the main har-est over a period Gen, Robert F. Kennedy, who "I cannot In good conscience day he received the quota at a 94,000 square feet, plus 9,072 'faces a busy year a* the junior
ARCHIE TURNER of lOweeks. Following, appears to have a good chanceof conceal my convictions behind weekend meeting of state chair. square feet screened terraces, f college: Is In an extensive bulM.Ing .
Mayor of Naples"I representatives of the canneries gaining the Democratic nom. a facade of conformity dl*. i igulsed men with Republican campaign l program, with portion of the
and .others will conn.,.. .Inatlon. as unity."Speclflcally. '.strategist In Washington Each construction: to be occupied
earned my first dollar to pick tomatoes for another L.-ic-ilng he would run inde. I have said be. state was assigned a goal. January, 1904, The committee
catching fish and bait for some four to six weeks. pendently of the national ticket, fore and I repeat that I con. Florida's quota was broken Weather' Outlook Is' scheduled to meet quarterly
of the most outstanding sports- Keating declared: elder Sen. Goldwater a sincere, 'town by (county Brown said, but' recent monthly meeting appeared
men that ever fished In Florida FINGERS CROSSED "I will not be a party to any. patriotic American But, during end will eventually be broken Wlrfi-ly watlrrrd shnner, to be the trend during the
waters. I started betweenthe With a tavorabie season, no deals and do not Intend to trim our service In the Senate, Sen down by pr.u.t.lie . mainly In iftrrnminii, throughVtrdnruUy conut ruction, period
of 4 and 5 my sails to win the backing of i Goldwater and I have disagreedon Benson, a graduate of the University 1
paid $1.50to torrential rains
ages or freezing Law tonight In
any individual or organization many Issues lie has voted said he is confident the of Florida, has been a re.
catch bait for snook temperatures, farmers anticipate that does not support me on my his convictions as a senator state i GOP organization: can de. the 711., high \\ eIneod.y l eldest of Naples since 1943 with
a ha rvest of tomatoes rang- record." from Arizona and I have voted 1 11 v.r."W.'re. HO to 1 01 \'arl.hl. Hindu S (.Ime I out for service during World ""
ing upwards to 1,000 bushels per He said he reached his decl. my convictions as a senator to IS milr an hour. rat D He lives with his wife, ROBERT. BENSON II
acre. But farmers keep their clon to try to return to the Sen. from New York. Nothing eitherof not taking ai.' )thing
fingers crossed against that ale for a second term without us does at this point can j lIr ranted In this campaign,"
act of nature which could reduce regard to whatever opponentshe alter our records on the Is. 'brown said"We're running hard.We're .
," running" for a tin.l .
sues photo GOLF
that harvest to nU, might face
Kennedy flew from Cod 'l IIh. We know some areas are
Keating said "I would be Cape ,
At the Glidden operation : COfJRaE
sA willing to take my chances with Mass, to New York Monday j t"lng to have an uphill battle, GULf l
heavy could be observed -
machinery
the and had another talk with May. but we'r going after a Navetn.
people of New York if ACRES
at work In all direc even or Robert F. Wagner the rtat'. i her victory.'
very pollster and expert predicted l l1a
(Continued on page 2) my defeat I have never leading Democrat. Neither man lI
would talk to reporter about It. County t Business I
The New York Times said authoritative .

,a e S. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $' Wagner promised source to stated support that Barometers Up Y LIMST! CREECH RDA

Kenned for the senatorial nom. Over Last YearIf
I Inatlon
Kenned has said he won't state sales tax collections 0 TERRACE oe'rle0
run with. .ut Wagner' approval ire an accurate indication of I
Wagner us said that Kennedy's uslMss conditions In Collier
early support came from "pollt county, and It certainly seems
cal boss**" and he want to be ractfcal to assume so, then
H. MILTON LINK sure that his fight against boa. tuslneii WM much Improved In

President, Moorings slam will continue. July of this. year over the same
President, Naples Chamber J. Daniel Mahoney, chairman iI, .
of the New York Conservativeparty Figures I
released by J. Edo MOpR/NG
said Mrs. Luce author,
"I will never forget the first former ambassador and former raughn, director of the Flor- I IO
dollar I made. It was in con- congresswomen from Connect i J* HcvcntM Commission, show
nection with the renovation of I fi cut will decide whether to en., Sat sales tax collections in
a residence for Mr. D.A. ter the race on the Conservative the county were up 136,970 I
Cooper, in Orlando. I was paid ticket when she learn whether In the county in July' of this
COQUINA
one dollar per day (at age 8) I Mating will support Got<*wa"r. fear, And July collections
to knock down nails mold wooden ; The Democrats will name .so were up $1,613 over June sANos
lath, so they could be re- their candidate at a state con. collections this year Total
used. From that time on. I STEPHEN F. BRIGGS E.W. WOODRUFF vention on Sept 1Naples collection in July, 1964, were
was always able to earn my Retired Industrialist'! High chooi Principal"I 58f.Wl.47.

own spending money." Italy The county also registered TIIK: MAP above show the dividing line of attendance areas for the
"1 made my first dollar at earned my first dollar at Asks Help From j 114,066 increase In if 1 gaso Sea Gate and Lake Park) Elementary Schools. Children In grades one
the age of sixteen climbing the age of 9 or 10 picking cotton one tax collections iluly1564ver through six living north of Creech Road (or the nth city limit of
WATCH FOR MOREINQUIRING I poles and setting arose arms for my grandfather I Naples, Florida the aims month last year Naples) will Attend Sea Gate Those in the sanx grades living south
REPORTER I for the electric" company In was paid" 35< per 100 pounds See Plge 7 i >, 1' NEXT TUESDAY w'ertown, $.D. of cotton. .
1,877.45
nouncement made by W. D.
was Reynolds, fupuu



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COUNTY NEWS N.pl., Fir',di, T PI, Aiguil, II 19. T

r ,1llh" .iiff! : ii" 11 ml 6 Chinese In Dilemma; Need




Adams Seeks Way To Put Soviet Help To Take On U.S.




Teeth In Election LawsTALLAHASSEE f-- BJ) WILLIAM L RYAN tlfy' it." Red China long has pit. Chinese pressure in the 19f2
and both
\P Special CorrespondentThose lorled Khrushchev as such a border clash, got Sov.
Asians who may have "prettlfier let and U.S, aid to hold it off

(AP) Wltl It code is campaigning for an of l'-.. regarded communism as an Malaysia is threatened from US. toughness toward Peking
Florida' election laws recelvtne flee without being an announced IlIe'Col'ablp tide have reason now two sides. Indonesia wants to likely aroused many private

more attention than ever il ri candidate. ,,', t" speculate that it can be held "crush" the new federation as a expressions of satisfaction
would.be candidate back by dam reinforced One problem may lie In a U.s.
recent months, the secretary of t A cant a bj) creature of colonialism. Chinese
state Is working on ways to pu campaign legally by prefacing American power pressure half the people in need to restrain South Vletna.mese .

teeth Into them, campaign promises with then Asians fear the spread of war Malaya, heart of the federation, Premier Nguyen Klunh
Several lawsuits have best phrase, "If I were a candidate 01 their continent. But when are Chinese is always pres. from pushing his war Into North
filed citing violations of seldom. Everybody gets the idea. And V,S. bombs punished North Viet ent. A firm U.S stance can Viet Nam to justify and pre.

enforced election laws as basel i the candidate Is not under the N jin's Communists In the Gulf give Malaysia time to brace It. serve his own regime. That could
for overturning elections, So far, restrictions of filing campaign 01 Tuikln crisis, the action was self change the picture radically arid,

none has succeededSecretary contributions and expenditures tailored U the situation Burma, governed by Ne Win's give Moscow little choice exceptto
of State Tom Ad.. Additionally he Is not restrict. More than what the Amerl. dictatorship, has a long border support both North Viet Nam

am..-the state's chief election!i ed to spending money on per. r,Y'i' cans\ did might have broadenedthe with China A Burmese leader and Red China,
officer said his legal staff wa!i sonal travel and Incidental ex. " South! Viet Nam conflict into once told "The United
working to present to the 196!5 J penses before the official quail ,', an Asian war. If the Americans States is far me away.: China Is next Back At Painting i

Legislature a broad program ol f t Ifylng.n did less-or nothing-that also door. U we must have an ene.

Improvements to the electtoi Another frequent violation Is 'r >", could have led to broadened my, It might better be you." Bridge Where He
code. in the reporting of campaign if hostilities by encouraging new
\ Burma might be persuaded by
Years
Some of contributions and I Communist probes, Fell 3 Ago
the problem he list were these: The reports are not always on y If Asians had believed Americans neutral on the Chinese side CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) Ar.

Under the election code, eac h i time. Some are omitted entire. were too wary of the con. Thailand considered the thanaslos Cougolls, 30, was take
candidate must take an oatl!My. 5T AXVS SC1I001 will bi\ in"-('onditioitid n't, 'i h, ;it , I i, Ith brand sequences to assert their power, West's best, Asian ally, often en from the Benjamin Franklin

that he has not violated an elec. The final: report, due 15 days IK H 01'11"' i art> this \,11' a iniotMtsi\ )' in*nlwl I l Iii> II"" II"" I" IU< I School the crisis of early August ma)' needs reassurance. Thais some. Bridge across the Delaware

lion law A false oath Is perjury, after the election, Is late more ,laonni'oi I Shown I'i i'oitnin th) : n,'Ht.ill.itn''' .al. B E iiodmkson! have left them shaken. Regimes times hint they are considering River three years ago with both

carrying a maximum penalty ol f often than It Is on time There's 'neidcit;, ,1 I .ct I Mi" I f'hll1'l i ivttit 'i 'I I ,'t.II' "t t t II'' .I"i "nation' Otht'i which for one reason or another neutralism as Insurance against legs, an arm and his back bro.

20 years in prison. The candl,. a good reason for this officers tue Vein Aunt tieasum and T' >"m I'lIrt"I', \iti: pusidmt felt constrained to lean towardthe the eviction of U.S. Influence ken.He
date can lose the office hi e Bills are not always submitted ( NETS photo) Communists are now in a from Southeast Asia. A display was painting 45 feet above
sought. in time to be paid within the 15. position to reappraise their sit. of American determination to the roadway when he lost his

There's one catch Somebodyhas day time limit set by the stat. uatlons stay can be Interpreted by the balance and fell. He was out of

to file a complaint. Sometimes, campaign bills ,..e Conditioning Units Red China had vowed to Inter. Thais as reassurance. work for three years.He .
Anyone may file a complaintbut not paid for several weeks after NOON vene if North Viet Nam was at. Although India's government Is back slapping paint on

the average citizen Is either an election, delaying the final tacked. But long after the expressed alarm at the crisis, the same bridge now, 382 feet
unaware of violations or Is not t report. American action, Peking con. political Indians claim to above the road.
concerned enough to complain With eight months left before STOCKS fined action, Peking confined It. many seek a world leadership they Is he afraid he will fall again'
Losing candidates don't com> the 1065 Legislature convenes In Going In At St. Ann'sOfficers self to verbal abuse and threats can respect, They experienced "No, I never think about It."

plain for three reasons: The r April, Adams was not ready to The Red Chinese are in a dl.
probably have violated the elec. release any of the suggestions lemma. So far as the Soviet Un.
tlon code, too; complaints bj< recommended by his legal start AlllsChal 20>.i of St. Ann's Home and necessary for the school, ex.' Ion is concerned, they stand t

them would be sour grapes; and I Presumably, the recommenda. Alcoa 67>/, School Association last week pm. cess funds will be ear.marked alone, without the wherewithalto

they might want to run again. tlons will be presented to the Am Air 44Vi barked upon a drive i t"> alse an foi future air-conditioning of St. take on U.S. power. Yet, lack +

Who, then, would file such a i I legislative Interim committee AmCan 44% additional $4,500 needed to In. Ann's Church, It was said of counteraction to save Pek.
complaint? studying election laws. AmCyan 623 4 stall six more air-conditioning Stamped envelopes for mailing Ing's face and match its wordscan

Adams said to give such pow. AMMot 16',. and heating units in the have been placed inside the rear contribute to a heightened
er to the secretary of state AT&T 7034 classrooms at St. Ann's School I door of the churchor contrlbu. Asian respect for U.S. ability to
would be to vest In an officer AmTob 34 Vi Two units have already been I lions may be sent to the treasur.er keep the Communists at bay. f'At '

who can seek re-election the Stock Prices Ampx Cp 16'4' Installed and paid for by the 'I of St Ann's Home and School The role of the Moscow.Pek. f

power of victory or defeat over Anaconda 48Vi group, a spokesman said today. ;'Association, 650 Mooring Line ing dispute on the changing lit c1iI

his opponents Armour 47?. Last year it was necessary I Drive. uatlon is not lost on Asians Not. .

The same would hold true If ACL 81t Vi to close the school for threeor Ing Chinese complaints of a

the power were given to the at. Regain Most Babcock 333i four days, he stated, duringa Council. mild Soviet rebuke to the Amer.
torney general. BethStl 37 /, spell of extremely cold weather, e leans, Asians are likely to have I

One suggestion was to give Boeing 54 Vi which It Is hoped can be avoided (Continued from page 1)) the Impression Moscow was not a A,

the power to the governor, an Borden 75'/j this year. too distressed by Peking's dl.
plication (I from Roy Ingram) \
officer who cannot seek re.elec. Lost GroundNEW Brunswk 81/' Letters have been sent out to lemma.
earlier In the month It decided t;
members and friends M1
tlon The governor would ap. CaterTr 32'4 of the Indeed, the Red Chinese press
point a three.member commit. Celanese 68'i' parish soliciting funds for this that the problems broughtup even hinted at a Peking suspicion -
tee charged with guarding the YORK (AP) Stock Chrysler 84% purpose, asking for contributions by the application were so that President Johnson had a
election code and ensuring that prices have regained almost all CocaCola 137 of any amount. In the event important that the board pass- Informed Soviet Premier
the ground lost In their flight
candidates abide by It. ComEd 543/i that more is received than Is ed the matter on to Council Khrushchev In advance of the
from the guns of August the
Even that provides major ConEdis 89 without recommendation. U.S. Intention to attack the
guns off and along the coast of
problems ContCan 493/4 North Vietnamese bases
North Vietnam, City Attorney David Splng-
One major violation of the The losses were largely con. DowChe 68% $450 Stolen At her Is scheduled to report on The Peking newspaper Peo.

'fined to two jittery sessions duPont 266'/4 Gas Station Here the legal existence or non- plea Dally proclaimed that "fl. 2
EAL 27% nal defeat will be the lot of U.S.
Ex-Slave 114 widely watched, with most of existence of a 30-foot easement -
E.Kodak 1293Flrl'Stone /, Imperialism and those who
the recouping In five fairly quiet 4 OVi Reed's Sinclair Stal Ion,located from First Street to the pret.

ones scarcely noted. FlaP&L 80'4' at Fifth Avenue, South, and beach along vacated Fifth Ave-
Plans To Live Once more stocks are re. JUST TURN YOUR BACK
Ford 52'/i Ninth Street, South, reported nue North. The proposed 466-
LOUISVILLE: (AP)
to the Two city
sponding more
reports on
FrmstDi 12V4 Sunday to Naples police that square foot Holiday Inn ground
the state of the than to policemen left their cruiser: recently
To Reach economy FreptSul 359/4 $450 In cash had been stolen for
120 crises In Southeast Asia, Cyprusor sign may come up approval to inveitigite a theft.
FruohTr 32% some time between the hour r norrow. The sign Is more When
the Congo. And how business they returned they found
ATMORfc, Ala (AP) Will looks Is likely to carry more CenDyn 301/4' of 6:45: o'clock p.m. and !4Q .This'seven times the maximum thll someone had stolen theautomobile' f
,
A'Unti' plans' tt" live to 4w 120 GenEl 82
years till weight for awhile, except for CenFda 91% p.m. Saturday. '.t alfo&icl, by. the sign ordinance radio microphone:

The sprv| old ex.slave just occasional emotional responsesto CenMills 43ViCenMtrs > 1. ". """ ".. '," .. ,.. .. ''' 1 ,,,,,, _
might mike it-tf his kinfolks campaign oratory. 94Vi . VIET CONG: TALKEK Col I. Ray Cromley, military analystand
The two bad days In the mar. Ir 'T """ Washington reporter for Newspaper Association
ran keep" him lioni limbing Goodrich !547( Enterprise '
trees I lie will he 114 years old ket look worse on the charts of Coodyr $ 42% '. and this newspaper, recently made an intensive tour
Tlimwln. and people' that age the popular stork Indexes than Creyhnd 25'iGulIOll of the Viet Nam combat areas which took him from Saigonto

just IIrl'lI.t supposed to lie out they actually, were In dollars 57V remote hamlets Above Cromley interviews a Viet Cong

on a lied and cents.For Honwl 127% prisoner of war at Tay Nmh on the Viet Nam.Cambodia
example when the Dow 1fW:
Aittull, Adams hami't been Intllarv 804 border,
Jones Index of 30 Industrial
quite that n'Isky store he fell out IntNick 79Vi 'I '
ol a i>tan tree two yeas ago, stocks drops one point, thatdllt'sn't IntPap 33',iJonesiL '" ..,. ..,." ,' 1I'IJ!" ,

u.'ul.hlllt tn Ills iluughtei, Mit. mean the average loss 81UKaisAl ', Naples Farming
of the 30 stocks was $1 each.
tie Thomas.She 3414 .
said I her father has l teen, The average actually slipped by Ken'cott 87
closer to 10 cents,
"a<'tliiK more his age' slurs the,, something U &..My 80'4Loch'd '
In* lilent, 'lnMiiuse It furred him, On Monday, Aug. 3, the Dow 33'4' rr+ (Continued hum page 1)) where the Pulling\ Road,now under -
Jones Index closed at 840,35 the 1 construction the
tions. Three large tractors begins ar
to nee a physician' for the Mist Lorlllard 44'i
time final hour or so affected by the Mag'vox 30: r were busy In the field where southern end. Glidden learned

Ailuns, still has a great diM 1 I first word of the naval clash be. MM&M 59'i the tomato plants were peep- recently that a jog In the new

or vltalltl. lie |louts out that h., tween a U.S. destroyer and Muhasco 144: Ing through. One was "bust- road will take In about two

winked at a sawmill until h*, North Vietnamese torpedo Mons'to 79'4 Ing out" the middle in a battle long racks of stakes now piled
It touched Its low
was 04. Llveiy once In a while boats., pointThuisda MontWd 381, with weeds which will spring 10 feet high. He will assign
he shiirilus tlumipli .a dance routine ,, ) Aug 0, closing at NatDalr 82% 4 e* others workmen the task
823.40 On the charts this Is a 4 up. Two were adding to of mov-
sharp drop of 12.03: points but NatOlst 28%: $ additional fertilizer and "re- ing the stakes If need be, but
Without iloultt one of the euuntry' N.Amv 49iyPenney '
nod $UD The actual lossof the bedding" the ridges built up is hoping the growth of the tomatoes -

likes most to senloi think he Vireos Is still, Adams <'a.pallia ,'', 30 blue-chip stock averaged 56 333sFepCola LAND has to be 1 lo\elled. Lucio Perez, a long: time employee of Carl to form a bed for the plants. will exceed the speedof
around prr Hidden drives the Perez of workmen with shovels the road
of his earlier e\i'Kilts. $1.30. 50 UPhllMor machinery. was interpreter for "The A crew construction, and
"I tan still I* it an\: man tit 1' This was unpleasant enough! 77ViPhlllPet Amigos" when they toured the farms on their stay in Naples. were following these tractors he will need the stakes before

the state III a liver loir.lolllnE',, for holders of storks lilt by the 54'i' clearing out small cross the road crew needs the space.

mutest," he 101)1. selling waves, but It was scarce. RCA 31> i ... channels formed In the land to

Ills daughter adds" In .a while, 1) a national catastrophe RepStl 46. fJ\fi.\ carry off surplus water, or if DIG OPERATION
| From the low point the Index I
per that he a.'tuolllr liasn't lwt u I I Revlon 3334 needed, to carry water to the Glidden expects to have
climbed back fairly\ steadily to
swimming since he wan 04.. Re'Tob37\ plants when Irrigation becomes around 500 acres of tomatoes
close Friday, lug 14, at 838,81.
At that time he was workln'for 31 and about the
The average price of the 30 btHegr necessary. same number of
the W.T. Smith Luml!>er Co' Seaboard :32'; Another pickIng acres In
stocks on this Index thus was : crew was seen watermelons this farm
at Chapman, Ala Pievloush heworlo..d ''on\\)' about 13: cents loner than Sears 120' -, up roots frond land which season At the peak of the crop
for the Louisville I ,14rq
s
when the naval IhOlllnl.lI re. Sinclair 40'. e was planted watermelons last he will have possibly 900 em
Nashville Railroad wheie he'
staited III 1806 foi 23: tents J polled, although the Index was Socouj SouthnC 61 80' year. The roots -not too many- In the field and at his
\ 1,34 points lower. 4SperrjR pacing
watermelon farming houses.
d.ty. Dili'Ing the Civil War, lit 13" hamper
drove an ox cart as a slave Profit reports still conning In 5t rand 76's' very little, but for tomatoes all One packing house on the

Adams was bout In VllfrtnU, continue the line set eailier StONJ 85' have to be removed from the North Trail near the Lee County -
| the first six months 1004 were
Aug. 20, 1850. lie was sold to an n: the most profitable first half for Studt I >bak 7 v land line Is electronically equip-

Alabama ,pi mutton owner\ while aji>' >ear And stock buyers) and Swift 321.' ONCE USED MULES ped to handle melons at an accelerated -

a baby.Adams. stockholders like increasing Texaco 81'Thiokol : ;1I Bud Ashley, farm overseer, speedo hurry the
did not marry until In: profits.Also. 13- br and his fragile crop to the northern
assistant Roberto Kind-
was 60. He has outlived his win 4
V Carb 120 markets
the cash dividends paid Ian, were supervising the big during season. At this
hy some 20 <
eais.
) on stocks listed on the Nell''ol'k VnltVlrc 49 iVnFrult plant Glidden has entered
t an
Three of his six children ai< operation. Lucio Perez, an
still living, In addition to a I \ Stork Exchange came to :i employee of Glidden, was driv- agreement with others to starta
$0.3 billion In the first half, up citrus
stepdaughter 10 giamUhlUtien, ing a "leveler" In nursery. He expects
b VS Steel 50] long loops
9.1 per cent from outlays ) the i
three great'traiuiihlldien anc[ same companies In the like 1963 VnUMat 12'estgEl r around one section of the opera over a period of two years to

one re.t.Cl'eolt'CI'.1l1dl'lllld. period, \\' 3I'ilmiDU ation. get upwards of 15.000 trees out
'Good clean living" That s of the experiment
\\ 33'
Thus the market as a whole a "Perez has been with me
what Adams attributes for Ills may not have climbed as high \Vocil\\'th 28 LOOKS are) dect! >i<'injrVhnt appears to be an unfinished! Job of land since about 1952." said Gild- Lander and Glidden appearto
He Is b8 .
longevity asleep p.me this as might have which will be ablaze in den. "He started with agree that the time when Und
and awakes at 5 a.m. for e'; year you cleai' UK: is 'all' m 1'1.1I' ur<>w >od set me could be farmed
first of his three daily toffee, supposed bj looking at oiilj case a (!',' 1': Ms' ie area when we were still using mules then three years,
breaks. A devout Methodist, he your favorite index Also It may Jackie To Fly In part of the farm operation, allowed to lie fallow to
not have been as badly shakenby I destroy weed growth and other
before mechanized -
has never Indulged In alcohol 01 long we were
the Viet Nam crisis as you Home ThursdayPORTO soil hazards encountered by
tobacco Perez was riding a trac-
may have thought at the time. or and pulling leveling machinery farmers, Is about over. Rock
ERCOLE Itah VP
,
Just
M under
the soil
Mrs. John F. "Kennedy |'tans stretching out some 50 top cypress
YOU'RE \nihora| the Alaskan ,11' to end her \uation on the \rgentarlo feet behind the big-wheel mach- ponds, and other natural conditions
IN damaged b, the recent <,itili- reiunsula ttediiesia' will\ be t limiting force,

GOODRANDS quakr. began it* r\iU ;. .>. n to start hen, trip l tu k to the ine.In another spot a dragline but the greater factor will be

tent town during 'iwtnt, 11 ,.M. United I States, i'''li<-. sow i>s was operatlng.dlpping out yards developments forhomes and Industry -
I thU ka R, iiaJ '-
sand 1 toda\ In the
HITIIALLSTATE ol earth at a time fashioning county.
Seward and Fairbunkn The said she would take a another Irrigation canal. Such "Und prices win be too

\ oil ht from this picturesque u itlage lb +v canals separate the land Into high," they agree. The solu-
to alt' gut. II tion
h.r.1) an
on seemed to rest with development
t t:rips, the canals anywhere -
Presumably she would e o tti]
ft; '\\ j u nn4 t r"111 100 to 200 feet apart. of suitable herbicides -
Flumli ino Airport It
Aawn t.w.rute Rome's to combat the weeds which
'O"IOr Acct. the mouth of the Tiber. The aoinetlmes the unexpected follow

A."I Has Arrived sources said she plans to rea n happens--not to mention the crops

New York by Thursday night quirks of nature.-and Glidden --

In Naples P a Is having such an experience LittleNorthwestern Life

at the present time. The to- Utah's Great

INSURANCE To Stay! r MAICO ato crop he has planted U of Salt Lake a\erages only 15

at SEARS, NAPLES the Mian River pink varietyand feet in depth although )t has

Allttat insurance. Cempani Hearing Service are stake tomatoes. Gild- an area of more than 1500
founded ..... Roibuck and t
by. .
Co. with !,Ind.p.nd.n.510,5 andliabiM Aid Billcrl e.ntnC dent 4S .ow after row and stakes square miles. Few living

,ttHorn. ,Oft....., Skokla, III S, Ki'ith RMIIIU apinp STAKES piled IT feet hugh will be used to support vines In the HSeJ ai, the eastern end of 'hele things can survive the Jake'lnIt
P. o. 110.\ IM1 wt sear content of almost 25 perCOLLIER
growing of Indum Rr'iv Pink ir tv if tomatoes. 'e R ,ad. it U ai' a cob cent


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COlllfR( COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i Flo/.d. T I II 7543
Men's Fall Shoes Are Around I

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Lighter and Trimmer; rftfr \ 1,800 Children Take Part In


mere a leaner look in ,

1111'11' shoes Traditionally II
o<'tl> (outwear style such u,
the bioKue and the boot now By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Big Cypress Summer Program
pint! t trim styling and UtJit ...
vtiithi leathers
Now the up-to-the-1Il1IlU!' RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) I i U; C ypness Center sill end say they feel the Itror.I' i

mi can enjoy the bn nn \ Cuban Prime Minister FidelCastro's I' 1I11Hllel'i 1'1"1'.1'>;i 'i" I rlth been a rewarding 01w, ,

::ii::i s solid appeal-nun ''t\\\\ kA' sister, Juanlta says it .1'' I oaO! proijiani held In conjunction the children and staff
in comfort of zephji li>. i ii Is possible Soviet rockets are ..
.ttiifrsimultaneoui-ly. rt'p..1 I .i still hidden In Cuba. with| the schools and It should be note' ,
shut Fashion Serw itt' : Miss Castro who defected lie Naples I Kec i eat(Ion Depart Cypress Center deix.

I 11 ut her Industries 01 AIIICI .' from her Communist homeland meiv. great extent. upon i into I

Heavy sinlllt' stll'hlnI, I last June, emphasized at a news 41 '- I oi the past three weeks the carry out In >i. ,

,: in double and triple SUM II conference, however that she cere: i has carried on a day vl'les," said "M i
11,1, K an novel ti lion tisidn
Unique versions Flexible has no specific knowledge about fff camp rrtg alll. Its activities 'YMrly members/ ip i .

support: is provided by :med the matter. % ,, i 1 have Included scavenger and llra* people .i J n,

uin welnht leather soles ivhti'h treasure. hunts, papier mach, Center by caning .eKuperberg !
,Ibo t ut down on the .nU I,' wire sculpture, movies Insett at Ml .
LONDON AP British offl. ,
) ,
,, (
hilt smooth linings offer I ti
\\ i
t non-free comfort clals indicate an attempt mar ( '. and pond :life( garnet, stories Mr. anet Mr.. fIr h '" -i e".
boot boom have \been made to free a sec. and tinglngi' turn to Chicago Ma' ',. e J .,
hahbr e'nn\a; ; f of ond man Involved in the great ; .i:., 11'ly! 1800( children have and New York. lit: ,q i t ,-

stYle Innovations On bout/ trali' robbery.The ",. : participated In the total summer plete work on a Ma! er

NEW' UNIFoRM: ': Visitor!I dress and casual chukka Home Office said Monday p- pi""cwrani 1 which Includes the in Teaching Deg e<' ' "averslty >
to London Clarence: House elasticized Insets are wider night there have been Indications i ; J "portion nelo In conjunction with of Chlcag'1'; wl:
and
ind deeper than ever, 111
'
(that outsiders tried to ,
are startled when .
they si-e i the schools and ,the recreation finish h "
often placed In front of the college at "ic" 't i ilverslty -
guards deckc i "ut in' ordi. help somebody escape fromManchester's :
boot lather than at the side department.One In the chit> : nary khaki uniforms{ ) ) ileft) The Western Influence spin Strangewav's Jail t of die final I activitieswas t"
rather than the regal red 1 I red on by a President from. where Douglas Gordon Good Is
a t tilpti Coikcrev
tunic and fur busb>' (fight I Texas is evidenced by hand serving a 30->ear term for his ; : > wampiinemary Lo'nlIiSSt.'N:
,
But it seems the Royal I I tooling and tasteful touches of Th" i .1 I I. ,,, II.., 'ii,,,..itt, I"'o.h'r. part In the $7. million robbery a \.tL owiated b) the Na-
Guards in the red coats are, color on calf-high boots I t""_'" lll Hllll loud Kill*. mill year ago I I tivMUluduort Sofltety. Visit!' Sarasota
on overseas ; The latest oxfords and slip "i.l 01 ,,'inf"'it '111", a iiulili, uruiniillllllll Last week, another of the The children who attended
soldiers must duty take, so other 1 ons also reflect the lean look ,I. .tl,. . | ,Illlllllllll S iiit.iiii. I"h, train robbers, Charles Wilson MISS ANN ROOMS TtUNBt'LL .1 I ITurnbuU : the Center :this summei have The Misses Belt Lu I ,,rlck
try duty.Vega over sen' Not only smooth and grained was aided In an escape from a done much of the rtoik In addition and JOM V Vice slatted In
textures but cordovan, brushed prison in Birmingham. He Is j Sarasota last week Am. .. tlintereMiitf ,"
embossed and soft suede t Ips and raised tongues still at large to plating) : and le.irnliig.( j I attta' t ., ... i 'd
leathers make up this striking For t those lovely, loafy leisure T CollierMr. They iiMpnjrd, I t"S., painted ,acre Hum's Car ,'i 1 "i i I" a,
Discusses fall collection. Dress sllpons hours. nothing beats the tables made ti'aiS( and created ,and the Music Fair
show only the beauty In con- mocassin In hand-sewn and ,
new .
e'JIihit4
binding medallion machine VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope They also visited Mis Dirlecn
trastlnz stitched variations
Supreme Court -- -- Paul VI says clean books and and Mrs. Phillips Roome The wedding will take pUce .Ml In ai I :Jihesujimteidlrec- Savl(., a tanner :Napirs i>

healthy amusements are needed Turnbull of 715 Park \vcnuc ,MI) :No,'einbei' 20th.Mlas < tois, Toni' Bud Sandy Piaden IElectrian'i Ir i eldest, In niailcnti i
Before each case to be heard before the stdered "onstitutlonal. Eleven 1 to counter Juvenile "deca. New York announce the engagement I lurnbuil attended The
Exchange court which then derides whetheror years ago this view was onsld. dence" r
of( their
dauber; Chapin School In New York and
Negro EleCted
not it will hear It. If a hearing ered unconstitutional."We .'Slh'
Geol ""I' VIM kivi .i talk last l It granted the case Is brought must realize that timeschange' 1 Speaking to a group of Italian Miss Ann Roome Turnbull to was graduate in 1961 from)\ The .! Mate!
night ".ii i. tie United.. States Su Boy Scouts at his summer rest. Richard Thompson Col Her, son Ethel Wa lkerSchool ( Legislator
before
.. titejusti'esat Washington. said Vega. "When the dence at Castel Gandolfo the .Siiithury, School (graduates:
preme Court tefore the Ex A written opinion/> is rendered by constitution was first adoptedthe Pope said much Juvenile "deca of Mrs. II. Whitfield Caihari onnenlcut. She made her debut To
I,,'mi.o Uul meeting .ittlieBejcli, I of New\ York and I I.Ot'us Valley Opposed! Barry
the majority a dissenting oplnlou New England states were the 1 dence" existed because young that year at The Groavenor Hichanl'D.I Moss
Club. Tills Supreme Court, established by the minority. champions for states rights. people "have not had good com Long Island and the late Ball and was member of the Richard Moss MI.MIF, ) The 1( jdT .f
under the i'institution,. Several controversial dec I.slons I. Rhode Island wanted withdraw.. panlons wise friends patient Samuel Carries Collier of Sew; Junior Assemblies, She Is a .' fireman appi > the Nation's, Necn"it (:IkIIP , '>
,
is rlsed of entice, l'StSl 1 of Mr and
omi nine men appoint have been rendered lately! The south was the champion of r and teachers a.. York and Del ray Peach, Fla. Is a vpterjn Ipiillli3i| i !ill
courageous member of ihccw
provisional Mis .
ed fOl i |life| and is the "Iastword''' Fred I', M.-s ol 41r filth
Vega recounted one of which Is nationalism. During the Civil 1 books will urp' inllin i'is" tl< Hragaliikt
clean .
amusements ,
rene York iuA K lia
In intut Junior League. South, ill' Ik scheduled
pretlng the laws of this! the religious Issue In the pray. War, the reverse was true. Fast t experience with life" Barn CoUvalor I>P.
ounti he a positive Miss Turnbull Is the to graduate August' 27 fl'I'1II fler:
I. pointed out. The life t ers condu..ted In public schools. transportation Immediate com. grand cans( "I IIIIII'I.III'VII, I Ipip'.itl'
time polntmetit| Brevard College daughter of the late Mr. and, t trldall" MJtr tkhooll&l I hIt, !\Jval' ., "
permits thl The decision of the Justices that munlcatlon and other modern ad. can ill IIIM', > lila spits|
Justices to render thetr decisionswithout su< h prayers are Illegal! Is based vances, change the world In many LONDON (AP) Scotland Loan Mrs. Frank 3andl3on Tuinbull Ill Training Ceni'r' 1'I'.at LaJea Hirtisun\ It. KeynuIiU 0I' II...

< OIK:era of reappoint on the Constitution which states ways, Yard goes on the air next month Approved, of Montclalr' New: Jersey >nJ di'lplila, lyre ttxljj ianlullnn'i "'1 "
me nt. that each individual Is guaranteed "To remain civilized, we must with a radio series seeking the To Build Dorm Watch HID), Rhode island and lie l.allkl'lnII'I''I'1'11I1II1AIII' ( ,, ORIh! an 'nat n
The < ourt, Vega noted, does not t freedom of worship and that abide by the decisions of the Supreme public's help In solving crime. the late Mr. and Mrs, William (teitance and ftmrallun ittait'i'ttnaval tlon I. itjlil "1'11I filing: to Il'lIm)'
enforce the law; this Is a fune church and state must be kept Court" said Vega; "Riots Beamed from a studio in the WASHINGTON (AP) The George Newton TlnSothy or New electoral eu.ulment The peol' to, vole for their friends
tion of the Administrative and I separate. and shooting are returning us to world's most celebrated police Community Facilities Adinlnls York. curriculum aji<) Included the pro. We will suipoH lliDse who miw'
Legislative branches of the gov. There Is a balance of religious savagery." headquarters It will ask for aid tratlon has announced approval paratl.1t4"1\ '( Use of clot.It rica pUl'l i t (((5iteyiii'l'is"
Collier
ernment. beliefs represented by the nine in tracing stolen property appeal Of a $185,000 loan to the Mel Mr. was gradualed blueprint and wiring diagrams. , twice rlpdwl' i II
from St. Maik'i School South- Great LaUs thn,
Lawvpi s irepm briefs for Justices thereby representing acrosssection for witnesses of crimes or bourne Fla., Brevard EngineerIng Navy'slu. ronna\lvanla, U-elsldtuie; on (lie,
of our people he Davis accidents, and warn about prop. College, to build a doimlto. borough Mais., and from Yale !rplollralnlnfZp'ntpr. Is (he lnad.quaiters Cor t tlckit, sjld IIP didn't ."011.lilir .
said. Ronald F. erty thieves may be trying to ry to accommodate 64 men stu University lit 1961 where he of tie Ninth Naval DIs. Ccldwaler a frlpnd "al

BOll ita "W must bear In mind that Completes Copter sell. dents was a member of Zeta Psl. tilct. thoiij ho has iprcntlj made -

the court did not pass judgementas lie is with the Morgan Guaranty moves in that cllreilliMi llowrv-1

to whether their decision was Repair Course > Trust Coniparty( and 1 Is a Egypt Shriners er, 1 don't Itrllpvc a leopard cal,'
?
News religiously good or bad, onlythat member oft the Racquet\ and Hn- change his spills"
prayers In our public schools are PFC Ronald F'. Davis whose nls Club New: York and the Plan Ceremonial .

unconstitutional as this documentIs wife, Glenda.lives at 1103 Trill ,, , Piping Hock Club and Seawan- Serin's ConditionReported
written. It Is to Terrace Dr. At Winter Haven .
By RAE WEAR now Interesting Naples Fla., haka Corinthian Yacht Club.
note that all religious leaders completed 19-weekslngleen- Better
Mr. Collar Is the grandson of
The semUmonthly meeting ofthe have approved this decision of VENTER "vEN (Sreclal)--
glne, single rotor helicopter
American Legion John F. the court. Mrs. Barron Collier of New between!; 1,6)0|) and 2,000 member ROM (AP) Prp lkMit, An.

Murphy Post No ;303 Auxiliary 4 Another controversial decision)' repair course at the Army York and Palm' Deach and ito or ilie Lgypi: ; Temple or tonlo1 8r Kni'. dcHinr1- reported

was held last Wednesday night In Is the need for reapportionment Transportation School Fort late Darron Collier, pioneer( ihrlncri: ti..* coming to liner a sllfflit! 1I11I""vI'nlt'ulll'' 1.1. on.dltlon .
the Legion Home.Announcement In the House of Representatives Eustb Va., August 14. Florida developer and founder i Haven CeieinonUI October: hula| 1 T'i, Said "I' had

was made the "Apportionment In our state Is During the course Davis was of Collier County and of Mrs. and 24 with the Miner haven < "11',",. sit ..I.i lu 'mi.i u ilon.alU .
unit color had arrived and wouldbe about the worst In the natlon.Some instructed in the repair of Frank E. Thompson and the I : .I 1 ak 'n." t t' .m. (Iii
Shrine Cluh hll,1 ,
available for use when the occasion .1 Representatives have only tens of rotary wing aircraft of the reconnaissance of serving a.: D, ,. 'tu. 7:1; ufiirwl< late Mr. Thompson Honolulu
Jess D. chairman ,
Laird -
publicity
arrives A "thank you" thousands of constituents while type by inspecting Hawaii. da t' HP w it iiilo/ a m:j
was extended to Charles Busch others have hundreds. In the adjusting removing. and '. I report$. ;1'lttl/"dJ''
for his donation to the Flag 1940's the Supreme Court refused replacing helicopter assemblies ..' Upon completion ofhlj financial The' cereaiotilal wI|| Ii"IUttI'' . . . . . . . .
Fund. to hear this subject, claim. and subassemblies. training In New York Mr. Frank Thonjpson!. tlf i tkc mil,
A book entitled, "Wi.IerColor.' Ing it was political but recent. Collier hopes to bring his brideto who Is the Grand umlar -1
He entered the in ,
The Happy Medium," was donated ly a hearing has been held and Army July 4rt I lorlda where he Is expected Hearer, Siipieme' t "MIIICU,
to the Bonita Free Public 1963 and completed basic training associate himself with the
Springs
the states must now reapportion i to degrees Sduihern Juri: ,Jlctlonal < .
Library in memory of the late their districts In order that rep. at Fort Jackson, S.C. Collier interests District ol the Unit i

Gertrude Bellendorf. resentatlon may be equal." The 21-year-old soldier ,,: States. -.1
President Mrs Ethel Critean A decidedly controversial de. son of M.H. Davis Jr., Puma ,
Members ,the.
ol order wI||
reported a letter had been re.1 Iston, Vega said, Is the racial Corda was graduated in 1961
celved from the 8th District Pre. Issue. In 1896 separate but equal from Naples High School. JI_ 04WWh Legion Ladies come from learwater' a-
pies on 1h4 West col. and uth
sldent Mrs William Elsie an. racial :
opportunities were con. Meet Wednesday
flouncing the appointment of Mrs. central riprJa'| .

Marlon Gulder past-presldent of $50 money tree, which Mrs. Gus. WishorkFuneral I. Announcement has been made I A highl/glit/ : of the eve' will||

the local group, as 8th District tine Hunter volunteered to make.A that a meeting of the American he i parade l'artl/I' 1t:,
legislative chairman Mrs. piano is badly needed by service for Mr.and Legion Auxiliary wUI be held p.m. Saturday. t"

Gulder was asked b> Mrs. C. the auxiliary; should anyone have Mrs. Presley Wishork who we re Wednesday at 8 o'clock at the The' flrjt Action '>f ,the )e- _

Roberts, department president one they would be willing to kited in an auto accident early home of Mrs. harley Chester, gree of the Aficlcnt and vcce
to serve on the Department Civil donate It would be most 1000 Mandarin Road. ;
held .
will be
Saturday morning ed Order of the .
ohie, situ
Defense Committee. acceptable, It was announced that two GirtsSfatn
Mrs. Connie Evans gave her President Ethel Crltean re. in Philadelphia Miss. The .tlw' dollliales l Diane FlUek and Mystic Shrine will he prc :e -

report on the meeting In Lake minded members of the T.bone time of the service has not been I I Esthor liultt will be special ed at Nora Mayo Hall at '..

Placid August Oth, which was steak dinner to be held Sunday announced. .. ',.to I guests t at the meeting p.m. Saturday with a .', ru
the District School of Instruction September 6, at the home for Presley and Wandar Wishork !tWed. section scheduled*! tot 4: I

Attending were Mesdames Evans members their families and were killed when their car went ( ...."... f 'N> A dinner and dance wn' he lie

Gulder, Man Williams and Jo friends with serving from four into a canal near Sunnlland. Mrs. Duptee A. HaynesVinciHaynes BPW To Play that fven1ng.A .!

Ann YouiiRblood. as delegates. to six by reservation only. Do. They were survived by four dance 'will a'I .nhehClcll I "il-
Future projects were dis. nation Is $1,75 for adults and children and many relatives on day night. ,

cussed, one of which Included a children under Iwelve.SI.OO.Welcome both sides of the family. Rites Hostess For Thai I 5hinrr. d4 j extensive

Local arrangementS wer Work for
crippled children ant
For handled by the Richard .. Rec Center are sponsoring research In the .Join( the fun. .

man Funeral Home. help and of j
cure )people who
Held In New York ,\. ''he,, regular monthly mettIt have suffered from hums. phone I
New Teachers r' l he Naples Dullness The WIlller.tJav n Club ha>>

3 Auto Crashes and H rote tilona I Women'*Club) In own (,. aids crip- North

This Thursday Miss Antoinette Margaret cousin of the bride of New York. he J 1 at the Tahitian Cove R..I.- pled children' In this area, Key Largo
Reported Here "Toni" Vinci daughter of Mr. The best man was Brendan taurant Monday evening Aug-

Thlrrv-one teachers who are O'erVeekend and Mrs. Peter Richard Vinci Haynes, brother of the groom, '1..' ISih; the members unan- D.vlhl SocItaoslti. second vice M4M

artlri; their first year In the of MO Castle Hill Ave., New of Naples. Ii"ouJy approved as par'' of president of club. may be
school here will Three minor accidents marred York N.Y., became the brideof The ushers were Louis Vinci, their Civic Participation Program contacted t PIS 2''ro23 for h'. th. distinctive.. uUphon
publIc system Naples' driving over the weekend Dupree A. Haynes IOn of brother of the bride, and Charles TO hodtess ,the official i I I Information. numbtr .( th. Octon R..l Inn
be welcomed to Naples Thurs Two were reported Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haynesof La Mantis and Joseph La Manila, end. Yochi Club in the worldfantoui .
day (August 20)) In a program and one Sunda afternoon 1157 Third Si., S., Naples, cousins of the bride. opening of the new Naples Recreation A rummaj'" said Is tcht- Florida, Ktyi N.thIC.

01 "get acquainted" events Keith Bright 732 Seventh '
,;"onored
Miller of Ad Miller Associates.The leaving the scene of an accidentat 1 Holy Family Roman Catholic N.Y., from 11 aIm, t'. tr30p.m., flounced later by the City, held 11'I1 in tht900 block 'ltlo, No' InT': .. N.. A"4
program will start it 1 the corner of First Avenue I The club hat invitations in of Fourth ;nJe.! !'orth. he- Lu'iou.ty. a.IN"" ,.'
.111. when the new teachers South, and Ninth Street South. .James Hoge, O.S.B, the groom's the bride's parents ..t "> $,m. the mall to their Membership hind the a y: '.l\Iten. Any
will meet at the Junior High: The second car Involvedwas 1j- contributions inlay be brought ,---
School for i bus tour of the operated by William P. Big. ;
with Mrs. Miller as hos ley, 1223 Delmar Lane The I J hll.. "es aurant fiom, 2 >o 4 p.rn dalU. The 'onle'' Collec'ecJ HO"\. outIviNu'' a.' LI <" ." ,
cl1y. .
accident occurred The bride's gown was of delphla Pa. /- J cOMPLs r .
at 11145 HAeap.en I J'
pm. v'))01 aft lute res-eci Ir the .
Included ire a trip as I result of 'he ,ale are .... .. .
tess.iso Alcot ... ..
Saturday night. Damage was ... 'white peas de sole with The bride attended I i .1 hat .LU..I.. (
Caribbean Gardens an air tlmated at $50 to the Blfcley car !lace She also wore a floor Fordham Pharmac) I pie ac i .I'I les of 'he Club who did used Id par-f|
''Ik'li 'I \.a-les, arranged by and at $23 to Brlght's car. I length mantilla to match her College of Education ai 'IP! r" 'eceiVe, an Invitati i, Is fund all;] the Elnllj .tokes ....,.IJ.. '..c.'O..L' Pa, ,,

j -ate of :Mpies Airlines, Roscoe Davis, McDonald Qual'. I I Iters !gown Her flowers were continue graduate work at t 'r. S. C"le' 'II v'erj, 'ti.\ Met 'gnat f'urid. ''l *' Oil 'IQMf. UI rNOIIOA .....

i:,;a a reception and dinner at was charged with falling i stephanotis and orchids. PH. 4BOOT* ND DO""' '',
pie.The .
is iccadlll; Pub. beginning to have his car under control The matron of honor was Mrs. groom attendud ii. :c J 1 "I .554 ,us .Putayo MO Ql" TOJJf I. ,"
'ul i p.ni. Several of the after he had struck a parked car, Ann La Manila cousin of the year at Fordham farm.. a 'kA *..D LASIP."I ,
Multi-rolordl th .n.i ilriwitrmp cachers wit! appear on the belonging to MannieSandereJr.I ''bride, of New York and is presently a Junior at Tern I --
I "kill, '" lh, ,, ,,1..1. t Ion..h,1r also of McDonald Quarters on The bridesmaids were Miss pie Dental He has servedt SAVE SWITCH TOLPGAS .. '..awa ., ... tu.',.
, .. i uh Time radio program Sandra Msco' of Miss : OuI : .,..
i i hI> mart I'U"" i It McDonald Drive. Damage was :! Brooklyn vice president of XI Psl Phi "a thMlttntti
,., .. Thursday afternoon. ..",, I/./itn. "i. Hflt, tSi, "Irft
< on In a rliuir .i I ,1.1. n.lii. estimated at $50 to each car. I Susan Stanton of Philadelphia dental fraternity and Is an La. II *'I''"'..l.ritp 4**" court. '"
.' bU. ,k Mayor Archie Tumer.Super- accident Pa. and Mrs. Doris La Mantla sign In the Naval Reserve 1,1,1 ,O'i .. .
The
was ,
imendent of Schools William report ,nn,n'| '.,l-::i'; 'dl.:;"t;;:;ll..".
9 clock Saturda $ 500 ,. ...
at
ed night )>o i or iSM if vu.4 .g..d.
D. Reynolds and members of and investigated by Officer Gary By twitching so iP.Ges cnrburoliOn .>i .he mirlon'i only ....d.,.... \
Board of SUMMER APPRECIATIONTO w. cor U>ow vdu how i..lP(5-adffi.t'5I': ir,.
Collier
rhe County Young. (
)bCtfld/ at Mlun ,lfn4.
to reduce fuel l. litttrt end
public Instruction are When Vonclel C Dlshop wentto ojl,
14" among OUR LOCAL CUSTOMERS
sport plug bIlls| end "rxrgeteengine
the prominent citizens who will:1 make a left turn on Mrth A YEAR lit soiwu. arcHENgTnsvuL5
SOn
," attend the reception and dinner. Street North andSeeond Avenue, a ON y.itCHraLs AV4ILAIIScIl
This is the sixth annual welcome North, 2364 Jackson Avenue John $2.50 OFF ALLPERMANENT C.II"t eedeyt
and the Sails 2364 Jackson Avenue, was ON BOB TRIER, JR, VIce
to new teachers to be P.."dont. Retort (f.,,,,,..
unable to in time r ( ,
DODGE BOYSARE sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. lOfting her stop car. Damage to avoid toSall. .: .llU1I O ES *; TRUCK ol Noplot) oi North Key

Miller. They were assistedin .'. car _. .I.cut h.moM I JROPIGASMI Lo .. NO.1 ond moke rot.r .
was estimated
at ..".. Lit. fet ,...tm" ,oont.. OR
the r
HEREI! arranging program by $100 and at $2J to the Bishop I .< MO t.tf. (Ml. I A ,.... OPERATINGCOSTS write to him
frank Kerrigan of the First ear The accident:! occurred at 555155 55 $45)
572 North Trail National Bank, who has worked 12:50 Sunday afternoon. Investigation 3tA STlUJTMl MIJ.MNs ; I I > mi NAPltS OCEANJREEFI. [

Naples, Fla.I with them on thU project was made by Sgt. Jack I 2S4S7K.Ik ,l I.* Shopping Crnttrlaj

Ir the past. Bliss. itch Shopping) Cuter The Moorlnfi ., 1 Neej.. Key Lor,o, f ''fl



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Qtb Khanh Government Beset
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i tUJ With Gnawing Problems


TUESDAY AUGUST 18, 1964 e BY RAY CorrespondentNewspaper CROMLEYWashington

I Enterprise Assn.

The Lowdown On Dirt y\

\VASllI GTON-NEA-Th( ) major problem I found in

Housewives will be understandably South Viet Nam is the instability of the Khanh government

skeptical, but the fact remains that we specially concocted synthetic dirt, Draper 4 This instabIlity leads to indecisiveness. Orders are given,

really don't know what dirt is intends to find out just why. This will then changed. Plans are made, then altered and altered again
filled because Gen Nguyen Khanh'sgovernment
To put it technically, science can't yet undoubtedly make him as popular with NvW0 Important can't posts agree aren.t t on the appointees. Men of small abll-

fully explain everything that involvedIn the women as Cary Grant sty remain in high office: first.rate generals languish in un

the bonding of small particles to a Incidentally, since housewives will 'important posts.
have to with dirt for some time to Field generals and province chiefs too frequently are given
cope
substrate which makes dirt stick.
1 found
ague orders or conflicting instructions on my tour
Because this come, they may be interested in Draper'sformula
is an important subject of \
(American women spend $4.5 billion a According to it, the consistencyof .li'a r"uuhe! ol'er.an program for winning the war limps
most household dirt in percentages is: along In a few' spots the new concepts are being carried out
year on laundering and laundry equip- f1' with dispatch But many bureaucrats local officials and local
ment, not counting $800 million on wash Sand, 22%; clay 16; fats and grease 10 army loaders are marking time waiting to see what Is goingto
13 hair wool and animal fibers 12 cellulose /
; ; happen.
) Alan
water B. of industrial
Draper, a professor -
Meanwhile men in the Khanh government fight among
top
and 12 iron 5 5
paper ; ; gypsum ;
engineering at Pennsylvania State themselves. Some ambitious generals try to expand their

University, is going to investigate the lime 5; water 3; rubber 3; powderedskim t NpFc spheres of authority There are frequent reports that a coupis

milk graphite (pencil lead) 1 tobacco
; ; imminent
forces that hold tiny dirt particles to sur
smoke 1 %..
IS GOVERNMENT: REPRESENTATIVES HERE have
faces."A boulder can't stick to the ceiling," Now, dear ladies, all you've got to made up their minds that an overthrow of the Khanh govern.

reasons Draper, "so what is the force that do is figure out how to keep these thingsout # ment by coup or assassination would be disastrous They

of your house like, for instance, 1:; are therefore, working on steps to prevent either.
holds a microscopic speck of the same material U.S, officials are co-operating with Khanh in the development .
of the house lead
there?" throwing out every a* that would make it
up of personal security measures more
: .
( dY
f
The major factor in dirt is particle size. pencil you can lay your hands on. That difficult for an assassin to reach him. They're helping in the

will do away with 1 % of household dirt. reorganization of his personal intelligence setup. They have
The smaller the particles, the harder they given him advice on the formation of a crack unit of troopsto
But the other 99% will be harder to deal
stick Armed with of event of attempted .
a private grant defend Saigon in the an coup.
several thousand dollars and plenty ofHere's with I'.S. military advisers stationed through South Viet Nam
now carefully watch the movement of Vietnamese field army
troops to make certain that none make a sudden drive for

1 c ..; .t... :' Saigon to help put over a coup These U.S. Army advisers
One For The BirdsThere hate been ordered to "discourage" any such troop move-

ml'nts.In .
'' -. .
1nRRl Saigon high US. officials have made it clear to South

Is one type of "scientific fallout' that he might grow up to be, not an i1" Viet Nam top Army leaders that the U.S. would considera
its effort.
disastrous in
that missile men at Cape Kennedy astronaut, but a highly paid gag writer coup

(which used to be known as Cape Canav- for a comedian: BARBSBY AT THE SAME TIME. U.S. Ambassador Maxwell Taylor.

eral) can count on after rocket shot Deputy Ambassador U Alexis Johnson, Lt Gen. William C
every "Why don't shoot anda I
a
you parrot .YA'Hftf r ,t J ND' Westmoreland and the heads of the U.S. Information Agency
letters from kids who volunteer HAL COCHRAN
every- homing pigeon into outer space, so and of the Agency for International Development in South

thing from advice to themselves as pay- the pigeon could find the way back for BUSINES"MliuilFi : : : A bakery gave an employe, Viet Nam have started meeting regularly with Khanh and his

loads on the next rocket. them and the could tell what it's : $50 after he had served for, top military economic and propaganda aides every Friday
In the latter tad wrote "parrot .y.wlirQN.HAItDY.. :: ,: 25 years. The best roll he',1, morning! as a sort of joint war strategy board that will work
category, one : like out there?
ever handled out the over-all conduct of the war

"I 1 am interested in space and would Come to think of it, a lot of congressmen lull hapixn Nexamen Often he either gels a sod a This will, it is hoped, give the war more firm direction
like to become an astronaut. But it will have aihitvfd bl.palliumcond 'no (ommenl" or another long from the top.
like ask the
might to same question .nin one dissertation that explain noiliIng Many moms just don't The coming sharp stepup of U.S. advisers In the provinces
have to be on a Saturday, as I go to when they're called upon to initial a few e e !80! what does he du He know what to do with their and with Vietnamese divisions regiments and battalions will

school during the week" billions for Not toe many year no they writes' the candidate J* In fetor little kids during vacation. make certain that the new firm top direction will be carried
more projects.
space were accused of bin a. fatted ,,0' peace, prom lure peace, but And they wouldn't know
out in the field
One correspondent revealed signs belief aelnsh rapltallalk Innrente has no plan to achieve It. The what to do without them
Now another party I. Hitdlitf fealhera then hit the fan. Thin
them cue. and (Imultaneously Is termed biased reporting-
lean and hungry capllvet e u

later 1 of ultra sin( >. v. Or I candidate reading a yD a R i 'a The World TodayBy

I j lIbf'rolforcel. ; I I speech before the Hibernian
others e e '. 'wder Society will lay wee JAMES MARLOWE
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS There was "' our Influence to unite Jet,
V' Associated1 Press News Analyst
a time when :,1 7 to Ireland and then
candidateswrote great apathy, will Just once we'd like to catcha
their '. I a bunt of applause fish the size of the ones WASHINGTON (AP) The and searching them, and the
own ipeeche vcn If we have to other fishermen say got away Viet Nam picture Is just as death penalty for terrorism.

and thui. lit .Marines'e I murky and baffling as ever, The announced Intention of all
were prepared with peace no nearer and then this was to strengthen South
to answer 1 .,."'",-nl. reported 1m.nlt'd' About the only people w' leadership doing what the Viet Nam against the Reds. It
plainly and c. w. Hardir rah i rings diaries. of'hnb old leadership did also
who almost a year strengthened Khanh's hold I
clearly any questions\ arming go through life successfully -
from them, Those cundidotc mi"" errs fortunately understand newsmedl poll- just marking time ago on a road that ruined It. on his job, but for how long, re.
I On Aug. 21, 1963 the then memberlng what happened to
devoted train
their energies to belaboring tlt'Ian ur lire profenalon of tea are dispatchers
each other Intend clf porting would be as transient e President Ngo Dlnh Diem, nerk. Diem, Is uncertain.
seeking to lie which could I as a migratory fruit picker. deep In trouble with Buddhists Then Sunday his leaders of
claim more brag on the part of 000 We've heard stories about in his own South Viet Nam and the armed forces elected him
the newt media men on picnics removing aTrooper Red guerrillas from North Viet president and voted a i ew cot,.
e . In the Roosevelt era, before Nam, tightened his control by stttuttnn. This Is not the same as

But today no Important politician his White death the William Allen. r., proclaiming a state of siege. free elections. Khanh wound up
sag rmporia kanaas
take to the hutting publisher This, In effect, was martial with dictatorial power.
pointed out that
without a corps of preaa agenlaand law with Its various restr"tlons. This have
speech wrllera.The formera.sldloualy the Ihen charges of bias were may opened the
court news media ridiculous He said that no The United States which had door to greater partlc Ipatlon by
to obtain free apace and time matter how publishers opposed been balling out the Vietnamese American" military advisers In
for their candidate. Then they RooIIn'lt! on the editorial beer bottle cap with their since the French were driven decisions against the guerrillas
howl foul play If the reporting ,page they permitted the front teeth, but we think they're away In 1954, didn't like Diem's But It also may be the prelim!
dare not follow the guidelines pages to be loaded with reports false performance. nary to a new military coup
carefully prepared for newsmen of his actlUtics those of his But It kept on sending aid throwing Khanh out
In the form of advance family. Without this coverage about $500 million of it a year -
copies of apeecheae. he claimed Roosevelt would to rush the Red guerrillas whoweren.t
have not been able to
carry then, and aren't Best of
now, Boyle
election. by such large majorities
Any ciimpttrnl and. but
I pir being crushed. They are even

1MA 11I J' pf. v vsMl4 ; that hapa they better are say considered newsmen ian now * Billiisags. stronger now, and more daring. BY HAL BOYLE
Diem's effort Hal
to
strengthenhis Boyle n
on V r'ltlnnBy
soul. wades through these col. !bo! perhaps news media havea
t Itctlon of high pounding phrasti perfect way to avoid charges grip didn't work. Ills gener.
41 and u.eli '>I'n rliihes seekiiU of bias. In W, of the time they ala got fed up with him In an VIVIAN BROWN
'The Chrlatlaa Selnee Monitor to I h.' f ,thing that will could with no appreciableloss army coup which seined the WILTON, Conn. (AP) A
bi of to hlf to .. government last Nov. 1 Diem boy's summer vacation Isn't as
a l'ubliC''n.Kic'I readers or viewers,
Only two weeks vacation? You're fortunate. MY husband gets THREE": !
(\ i 'pical speech on merely report Candidate Doe and his brother, Ngo Dlnh Nhu, long or as wonderful as moM
I peace TlOt candidate talks spoke before a large group In : were killed. people think, a 10.year old said
about |xa:'.. pronums peace (h Ic Hall tod.,. He expressed"' The new government became Faced with a list of chores that
A Boon for the ArtsAfter Hut the iicw mcn want, to repot the same tlews he has presented the revolutionary council of olr!. began with "Weed the beans
't "I" Ir' ".ilh how he Intend many limes before during cars headed by Gen. Duonc Van and turnip sr..n." m nil ".,l.l
nine years' study, the federal royalty payments to composers for recordings to achic .' present political ." : "
Copyright Office has Introduced in Congress and remove In exemption now r' \.'I,*.' C..k-pear,.,I... .4 t...I..>..MM Hn I..... campaign Minh Big Minh who was with "Don.t forget t to ;mow the
a bill to modernize the 1909 U.S. given to jukebox operators This last I such a poor administrator that front lawn,It he lamented that It

Copyright Law It was high time. Not may aiouse controversy but all opponents .. ,* the country slid from bad to Is "Parents It who never had It so
; .i
:; : good
only In tax matters, but In their very of cacophony will endorse It. .: }.:. ''',',,','l,,*,1''',,. i', '. worse.The Minh
: "Everybody
junta promised thinks kids
Income Itself, writers artists and com In one respect, however, the bill re. have
poters have long been an object of discrimination seems open to question. It would permit spect for "fundamental liber It great In summer 'I wish I
exceptions, If they are "In the public In. 'J SC AB PAT F AN'I r ties" and free elections as soon were your age,' they keep say

The present law gives a writer exclusive lerest" to the present rule that no government V : It. COD CMULATE as "conditions permit." They ng. But kids have more trou.

rights to his works for 28 yeaisHe publication may be copy ,'ru OPt.N. RCFUTCD haven't permitted yet. This ble. than anybody, because
may renew for another 28, but after Ighted This could violate the principlethat country recognized the new re. adults give them all the chores
S 8 years, anyone may copy his work government publications are the ACROSS 3:1.: "urm ur T t. S T A.. ASH . time, which didn't last long. they don't feel like doing JI'.

without permission or payment The publics property, and could prevent 1. Augurs Tholl\u .. AVON H t. L LC There was another military adults who have It great be.

proposed revision would extend the free access to public information at the 11: Arcot F.du: 35:I ; ,tatunlah K A M I NC R A l w t coup on Jan. 30, 1964, this one cause they ran order kids to do
period to include the authors life pluss0 whim of a department head This see mart led by Maj. Gen. Nguyen all the work," he says
1:1.: F.JIcuar 3i Steep' R AN. D C MAN D t D
Khanh 36
who had
tion should been
years bear close scrutiny-Boston In on Asked to list his "
The revision would also Increase Globe. n. Dia ertr. 39.:3a Can.Jlrnul Tllllr past t T N A Iso L C11went,11anof I "'-...... the November coup, but late So he did so gladly) 'troubles,

1 . t I. A .. t T M 0 s ... Khanh's military Junta took "You come downstairs on a
Ire
. Spreading l llle Keys StoryThe smith I 40. Aawrunenl T A X I CAB H t R CIS Passengers in a stopped ve ta.over from Mtnh's military jun. frogglng beautiful morning all set to go

16.. Drtu Dingle al I of Truman tt pr ACt.. TON r. t RAt.. hide should always get out of It was a bloodless coup, like mother says or something, 'Come bark and here your
I ,
I up "t. D R I (G j R 0 I. I. the car on the curb side. rearranging the furniture of eat your breakfast
The prospect for tourism and related Florida Kejs have all the :}18 19., 'nc.Tvdlght U.blrthplacr Bt'Kullr Drivers who have parked their government, and Khanh let your room.' By the and time clean you are up

businesses in the Florida Keys natuial assets necessary or desirable shaping form 4S. (lust SOLUTION 0' YISTERDAY'S 'UZlLl vehicles should be especially Mlnh save some face by retain. finished, It Is raining.

area in the coming months and \ ur4prelen14 to make it a j ear-round tourist rmn :Jen 1 i), .lurlde 46.: One who 2. Small seeds 8 Slander careful In opening their doorto Ing The him as an adviser. "Your grandmother comes to
boss
:2 II. Oclob"1 tuna ofT 10 3. Ten emu 9 \iroti get out. Swinging the door new ran the country visit and all she wants to see on
'
breezes sunlight .
the brightest picture of recent Balm) bright with the help of a IS man mill.> television is
breve wed 4. 'Password' -Love
10 Currant
Compan too
into
widely traf
history opalescent waters, sandy beschei. oncoming tary council, and made himself of Life '
:;r 1 Plant 41 Rdigioul point genus fie 'Edge of Night' and
cause a serious accident
may premier
Things got no better.
doctor
The area appears to be riding the unpan ailed fishing scenery to be nudJ.l"" orders Wagnerian I 11 I Detecting The Red programs your parents
2 14 Sari 48 Hewn heroine device guerrllUs continued to don't want you to see.
crest of popularity across the nation found nowhere else in the country become more bold and power
76. pr star U/W'N b T lnge 17 lobe
which is unprecedented in the an- and unique architecture and habits. 2 8 Rnur 1 Crated 7' Palm I: leaf tar 20 rlnlth: I ... ... ... ... ... ... . ... ... ... ... ful, despite American help. "You help your best friend
- - - - - - - build a tree
'nal of Florida tourism All that it takes to keep the visitors 21 Corroded AS the months pasted more Then he fort on his property.
American lives were lost In VietNam picks a fight with
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS you
Thin is no accident. Much coming is a concerted campaign I I' I" 14 IS I r 2J. Charged There was talk that and throws you out of the club.
particle MICHAEL CHANCE Ed'I, Vbl ih.r
groundwork has been done to bring to continue telling everyone about /I I 11- 25 trail THOMAS HAYEK. Aatoclata Ed,tor Khanh was In trouble and his and When you are dying of thirst

about this situation t the thing the area has to offer those 21 Rlur MARSHALL WYATT. Ad. Manager regime shaky. Then, in the want a drink of water your
mother
IJ li ''. barrier ALBERT. OPOLKA. Mac. Supt midst of the big excitement two won't let you In the
To true credit to all responsible \\ ho come to \ i tit usFuendh 29 I DAVID HERMANSON Ore Oriole weeks ago, he moved like Diemto kitchen because she has just

would be an insurmountable task, attitudes and fail deal.Ini' ,f n; ,t 17 "s )Cumpans MRS. LOUISE DAUB Oft c. Mfr, strengthen himself scrubbed the floor

so, let us say that all who had a with the visitors after the get IT 10 3tl aced fur In'i'o' : t,.::r'th aicept afternoon Monday American carrier based breath"You thinking run Into the house out of
i JI" I by planes destroyed or damaged the phone call Is
hand in "spreading the Honda here will bung them back again and 31 n.h.tallng the Cell,. County Puol,in nf CoIne from a
e ,If' mamlllal .. cal Twartn Avenue. South: N.: about 25 North Vietnamese PT friend. But It Is only a
Keys story" must be congratulated mule them to tell their friends about ,,11 3J11'1: ,\ DIM, '1.... Ui40. Mail address P. 0, boats. Four PT boat bases and girl
Box \niTalapliona
It's a job well done. the "newacationland we han t It .. ." III II I". 33 Cl'lIIun' Midway, 11107 for ill I an oil depot were damaged. you"Your father In promises to take
dapartmantaSueacrptlen. While the Western world won. camping June, and you
But there mU3t come, at the found." a [J' I.JS IJ6 ,,: plan . . dered what the Communistswould make lists over and over of
lit 3/. Courenal
'
same time a sober warning No area The t task of keeping the industry .. uonal Nataa do now, Khanh did some.thing things you are going to eat like

can long ride the crest of popularity nn the move i i' no one pfr on'l nor T". c. 36. Walk In e/as- .carnar.. or maul.I payable' In himself on Aug. 7. Like potatoes he keeps and bacon grease, but
; On. Year fit. *.. Months S' M. Diem of a year before he postponing the trip,
engendered by the concerted effort Is it the ponsibility of tnone 41 : 'u I" 4t war n Thrn Month. u.n declared a state of emergency and pretty soon It will be too

of number of people unless there gioup. wh3h Member'a am of tlad Tha "A..oc.1'clut' valy to rre tne.a. throughout South Viet Nam. late, to go.
made all : :Ii ".. for r..blo..I'Dn. el all local I This meant tougher control "You get all set to go to the
efforts
effort concerned
other and to Concerted bv -
bitter ,
are acheor I neon Items pr nted In th"a paper. aa over the civilian population beach on a nice hot day, and

keep the, crest rising. is the need of the times' In wall Ent.aa,...all aa AP second newt'data apatchee' matter at i censorship travel, food dlstrt. your mother says you can't go

Key West Cltiteii the Poet Off.. at Neplea, Florida buttons, stronger authority for because the town is going to ur
under Act el March ), 1M7 the> road.emer .
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Quality Of Moderation Jobs Open For ,-OllitW l.oUvr", I '-l.. ".p''', I- and.. fut August II, IV64 5

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Skeeter
SprayersA

.. Peking Urges Non-Whites
Noted In limited number of unflled
Duplicate Play Jobs remain In Florida's central

.. _ and southern coastal areas for
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01 (-?!, MrMUKRY year, but I can undoubted! men qualified to perform mos In U.5. To Take Up Arms
Some of the truest words, rues' promise It will not happen with qultosprsying. Applications re.cetvtd <. ,
spoken, "Moderation Is thefum. us again in Tallahassee bySeptem.,
est foundation for happiness ,lie 1 I tried to avoid doing It by t ber K will admit qualified men; Broadcasts Hum communist people In Africa, Asia and Latin
well Cuba and Had China have been America to believe! Peking is
exemplified at the
Naples 1: making an error In match pointIng I to a written examination on mos
Duplicate Bridge Club where pouring out a tor tent of advice their only true friend. Red Chi.
\'Iu.
nLen j the initial tabulation showing qulto control set statewide for
to Amerl.an to take to na is trying to shut the Russians
lent ejaculations) 1 Nogioes
are
sei
the streets In armed levolu.I out of Asia and take over revo.
heard.
in. Certainly nothing llthe i' .668; however, Vic Pem ,wit that time will be used to es.tabllsh
habits which existed ; Uonu111enl', uul even truer. I lutlonary causes -the "nation
h's I in> always rechecks the mat, hlnj registers of applicants
i England In the days of [ rUU war al liberation movement' In
ale bridge pointing and scoring Saturday having office skills for present t t
In. whist- forerunner of modern i I morning and that's the way It is, and future openings In all I The Chinese claim( Negro vlo. all underdeveloped areas
day bridge when l.me In Amerl a must be en.ounifed Last week, to commemoratethe
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expression '
i I Incidentally, and Interesting fr agencies served b> the FloridaMerit :I
enur j varying from saccharinity to the'I enough, the Gene Parkers, wh,:! td S\ stem, according to Usdirector (. In the name of 'the first anniversary of Mao's
series of rallies
national liberation declaration, a
ridiculous were used. movement
topped out East.west at 119. Gerald L. Howell.
Custom then dictated that after points, gave us a real sheila k. tI .0A Men interested In yellow fever Cuba. uses "Radio Free Dtx. was held In China One speech
,
\ trumps had been established ,,!' and a ntnegml Anterlian was delivered by "Amerl in
the'lIng by handing us one point on mosquito eradication work In central "
ips'al pUjtrs to the left of the bidder each of the three boards against 1 t and south Florida may app: Negro! Robert F, Williams, to comrade Frank Coe, as Peking

J would ask solemnly "Partner,, maximum score per board 'if 8. now u they have a high school I call for reuilutionary street radio described him.
' may I lead?" The ordained re. North-South second were Grace diploma, can drive light vehicles/ ,' violence In V.S.cltles. Coo coded that Mao. declaration .
ng spouse must either be "Pray do"' Adems-Gene Moore Jr. llS.'tl and meet the posit Ion'. experience ruklim; has enlisted a nun i was widely distributed
or "Lead, please". . 3rdthe Earl Lanes, ll2.th4th; requirement of two called Frank Coe A Frank Caw (among: Negroes! : In the United
ng Even a somewhat phlegmatic Colonel and Mrs. A.K. Gollnik, rears work In a biological field,,' once was a target of a V.S.! SIIn. j States.tie told them that the rally.
ru Brlslsher might occasionally be> 110 This was the first time or a like period spilling com'ate Investigation foi alleged ;Ing American Negroes "are beginning
up slightly Irritated at his partner,, Colonel Gollnik has played du. merrlal insecticides They may': spying on behalf of International to talk more and more
In which case deviation was per plicate for some time. He was DUAL( PURPOSE A R T- D.coratv., bun drums are suspended ,n an also qualify for the examination I communism. lie had been a about armed self.defenseabout
mitted. The practice, long es. one of our three first time guests irregular pattern from tiling, 01 foyer In new theater .1 Frankfurt. Germany An unusual if the) have had three lure experience , high.'paid R <'rrtar> uj the I''t 1.1'. i iuitlonal fighting for freedom by any means

ren tabllshed, was "Partner, may I! and the team certainly made a I gMing' effect li ichnvid' witl, the brass pieces which reflect the "lighti. ttt In the ci ling. In such responsible, l Moiiftjn I and In, the i m iPSMiabout. guerrilla war
lead, you Jackass", with proper good ..howlng.East. public contact work as law en. late I 1940s. i 1.1... .n i ml i tvll wai.. "
eyre response of "Pray do, you ..!.I"II '1 .West had Mrs.Joyce Ten.ney.MrsHllaryNartter2nd,127." orcement, or have retreat)' Just a war ago, China's Mao Peking broadcasts call
must be admitted that oc. ; Smokey Sayii semester hours college credits Tw.tung usual j declaration. Chinese-oriented Communists upon| In

,po castonally evidences of some Ir. 3rd, the Dan Burglunds, 124,4th; which Included six semester lining Him world's ix>oplemMimiR ;the United States to seize
rltatlon do show here. The the Sam Leaders 121 5th G.T.Bradbury.Louis WELL STOKE OUTGHOST hours .iudles the Communists tomove
Eight Killed When Tire science The post I the !Negro movement and mounta
lie deviation toward the ludicrous In Irian, 116.Vs. R CEST FIRES tlon has a starting salary of$300 Peking In on the t'.Si.' sltuoilloll.H syMcnutlc series of pa.

fely bidding may cause superhuman Mr and Mrs. M.E. Spencer, per month, with provisions for Htlen : uses its ad\o: :.ay of :rldl's. lemoniitratlons, boi i ott.i,
stress on one's control, but the down from Lake Worth, were periodic raises.Application a in Amei i ice is i lub In strikes and violent
expressions are minor 1 in our other first time guests.Again blanks and Information ItS Vint I Idroluglal( | rear with, | ,tilt| So. :with the use of weaponsn uprisings
m emphasis and the action soon we shall greet thee (and On Church Bus Blows OutS on other examinations 1 The Communists American' cities
forgotten.Dan thou) at 7:30 p.m. Friday, August may be obtained al local officesof Chinese want noimhlle! .
Burglund, recently returned 21, Woman's Club Don't dls. the State Employment Service GDESO
Irro CLEMENTE Calif. AP Calif., and her sisters, Susan, ,
from the mountains of appoint us, ( ) or directly from the Florida Castle To Call TOWN
roe. North Carolina, reports that Mrs. (PS some day we're really -EIght persons, Including the 22, and Catherine, IS. Merit System, Carlton Building, HhS \Kl\rS) : |lore AP) -
e.h Harry Liner, also vacationing 1 tn going to get that game started adopted| daughter of actors Roy Miss Evans, distraught and r Tallahassee Mr \ler\ Ktnmnf ol Des Moines
the Waynesvllle area, reads around 7:30 p.m. and the real Rogers and Dale Evans, were under sedation at her Chats- I Square Dance fr'4111'1111IIdn to work with her
IhT this column regularly but late comers may be shocked!) killed and about 40 others were worth, Calif., home, said only, ""n-m-llilA. Galen kurth\; The
threatens to sue me for the cost Injured when a bus carrying 65 "I've heard It, but I can't accept Jerry (leLsler's other daKurlh's car wan on the
church members crashed head. It. I Just can't.1 y ... This Saturday
of a larger dictionary Troubles!! frit/ oo. Mri. Rynnmt rode
The Game Buster Keaton on Into seven other vehicles Passengers on the bus said Son Sentenced .lii_iito 'n to. her job behind her
11 tables played 27 boards i In Monday. the group had made Its monthly for Ray) Castle will i' Illhtl figures .i>n-m-la* on a mol rtvdt!.
trip to donate food and clothing On Inn ChargeVAN the Sunshine Shufflers'
Mitchell movement. Average Highway patrol officers saida MrKummi' _rn' has II
Y Has Sideline Of to La square dance next 1 Saturday) even.
both 108. front tire on the church bus Esperanza Orphanage "
h ways, TOWNS GALORE fug -JJ I inndih' idrri' aid: "It e.aarunCLEAN
It's a little embarrassing to blew out, causing the vehicle to in Tijuana, just across the Mex. NUYS Calif. (AP) August The duiceaUrUal
IS SANTA'/ FE NKUXP San to 8 p.m., and will l lie In theShuf.
lean of the late Jer.
relate It, but the Murrys broke careen across the center line on border from San Diego. The son attorney
V some sort of barrier by scoring TV CommercialsHOLLYWOOD busy U.S. 101 Into oncoming The driver was the Rev. Law. *Fe County has JJ ghoul town.I ry Celsler was sentenced to sev. fieri Hall, ClJumsk, Pulldlm?
k 151." points for a rrentage| e traffic. rence Elton White, 49, pastor of end 29 ghoul poet oifuen ai, en days In city jail Monday for 9tO Central Avenue II woollier
of 701. According to recollection (AP) "I Four of the dead were chll. the church. cording to a ghoul town map ol>'! illegally displaying a gun. permits, this will be an outdoor
n that's the first time the could retire mighty easy," says dren. Ten of the Injured were The bus was on a stretch of 'New Memco lust| publiohrd hv Michael James Olsler, 27, dance
,700 mark has been crossed this classic comedian Buster Kea. reported In serious condition. four lane, undivided highway the Slit Bureau of Mines unit t I had pleaded guilty to the For those wh..uald, ., | lc. learnto
s ton. But his public or maybe After the accident, the horrified known locally as "Slaughter Al. Mineral Resources charge. square dance a IK-Inner( !) In N pt**

,III it's Keaton won't let him frightened reactions were ley," for the 15 deaths that have There are three kinds of IIh"...1, Police said he Wit arrested class Is scheduled for 51'1lem.' T serve nil v<>
I occurred there far June 11 after he forced taxi I leer 9, If a sufficient! number\ In.
Buster bought a retirement "I couldn't look. "We all just so this year. towns in New Mexico rifHtthose ,, a
2 Collier County home In the San Fernando Valley prayed" ''I thought I was goingto Only a mile ahead was a dlvld. which hive completely I driver at gun point to take him i dlcale they ar+lntBiestml. Those
Receive with the proceeds from his die I can't believe I'm *d, six Jane freeway disappeared. Second, those which, for a ride through the Interested can register now with
Groups
e film biography, but he sees less alive." Rogers, convalescing In a Los have buildings or foundation ntraining. .' wood hills. Jot ami Luc) RINK'chin.thcSnaik

State Charters of It than he'd like. The reason: Officers said the bus was 21 Angeles hospital from recent Third, those which are Mann eau, hive a peculiar: Dar, 489 fifth Avenue, South
The revival of the Keaton art years old and had no emergency neck surgery, was told by doc. occupied but hive a portion! ol f! hopping gut ciuicd by their The class will be| taught ty
TALLAHASSEESecretary continues to flourish exit. It was carrying OS mem. tong of his child's death. the historical: buildings a stair shirt foreleg l and unuiuilly Ray Castle, of Port Myer, and
of State Tom Adams today announced His silent features, with nothIng bers of the Disciples of Christ Debbie, adopted by Rogersand of emptiness or ruin long hind legi. will he toll at 950 Central
the chartering of the added but a musical score, chapel of the Canyon Church of Miss Evans In 1958, was 12 Avenno

following corporations In Collier have been drawing crowds in Canoga Park, Calif., and was last FrIday
. County Europe. Buster owns 10 of the six miles south of San Clemente,
old comedies, plus numerous near San Onofre Bridge, when a
Supreme Outdoor Advertis- Holds ConvictionOf
shorts, and plans to release front tire blew.
Inc. 950 Central Naples !
Ave.
ing, OUR
KEEP BEACHES
I them abroad and In this coun. The bus hurtled across the
I'I authorized stock 35,000 try. highway divider, striking seven Civil Rights

scares at $1,00 per$h reflle4.j He's busy with new films, too-i, I other vehicles and finally com. .
1 August 10, dealing In real es-i He just returned from New I Ing to rest against a palm tree e j
tate and outdoor advertising. York where he starred in an at the edge of a0-foot bluff Workers Illegal
Incorporators, Norman A, avant garde movie for Samuel I
Bowes, I.P. Genet, and JaneC Beckett, "Waiting for Godot." Two children on the church 1 I Negro TALLAHASSEE civil rights workers(AP) have two ) WL1W) IL!ET91LD D

Bowes, all of Naples, filed! Now Old Frozenface has stuck bus died. One was Deborah LeeRog.rs been freed from Jail at Qulncy
by Sorokoty and Taylor, 945 a feather in his pork-ple hat and I tIs 12, a Korean, adopted on grounds their convictions on
Central Ave, Naples playing Chief Rotten Eagle In laughter of Rogers and Miss trespassing charges were Hie.al. .
"Pajama Party a new concoc. I I Evans his
Vanlock: Associates Inc. 510 wife The other was ( .
,
tlon from the makers of the I Ibeachparty I Deborah's
Second Avenue South friend, Joan Russell,, Federal Judge Harrold Cars
Naples.
pictures. I 1 11, daughter of Mr and Mrs well said Qulncy Justice of
Authorized stock, 500 shares of Another recent assignment f Robert
common at $1,00 per share, working up comedy routines for: I Jills. Calif.Russell of Granada Peace was A.confused B. Blackburn about probab.ly a law. llQrnr1] ;

filed August 7, dealing In real the Ice Follies."I The other six dead were all In that has been In effect "about !
estate development Incorporators tried to convince the boys one station wagon. They were 80 years" when he convicted the
William J, Vanderwall to be comedians first and Margaret nUll Armljo, 20, of two men.
Margaret A, Vanderwall, skaters second, but I failed," Ubuquerque, N.M.j: her chll. Carswell said: Blackhurn Hie.

George! K. Sherlock, Evelyn A, Buster sighed. Iren, Jo Ellen, 16 months, and gaily tried the men and Ills
Sherlock, all of Naples, filed! And he has made a lucrative Joseph, 6 months; her mother, gaily sentenced them to 60 days c/

by Walter G, Sorokoty, P.O. dais.sideline While of television in New York commer.he appeared _Marie Huss, 50, of Fallbrook, .In Jail or payment of $50 fines. \ : .

Box 206, Naples In a Keystone Cop se. each for trespassing. The Negroes (
went on a Cadsilen Coun.
has quence huckstered for Ford for trucks headache and he E. J. Null Takes ty farm to Instruct Negroes how
to register to vote.
remedies and other products
Basic TrainingAt Arrested and jailed last Sat
His next assignment sounds
urday for trespass were Stuart fG4)
like a dream.He will star In a Great Lakes
Wechsler and Walter Scott Me.
16-mlnute short for Canadian
Voy They were part of a Con.
J/l'IT/, TI National Railways to extoll the E J. Null 19, son of Mrs gnu of Racial Equality team

joys of railroad travel through Essie M, Null of Immokalee, working In the county to regls.

Canada. Fla., has begun basic training ter qualified Negro voters. t
at the Naval Training Center, Attorney Maurice Rosen of
Russians Launch 'Great Lakes Ill. Miami asked their release un. Cs, ,,.

The nine-week training Includes der a writ of habeas corpus.In .

3 More Satellites naval orientation, history granting the request, the w
said the Incident shouldbe
and judge
In Cosmos Series organization, seaman "as though It had never tak.
ship, ordnance and ,
gunnery
en place Just a nullity" )
;
MOSCOW> (AP) The Rus. 'military drill, first aid and (
clans launched three more sat. >survival
ellltes In the Cosmos series to. During the training recruits NOT PRACTICAL OR A JOKE ;

day, all three from the same ;receive tests and Interviews LOUISVILLE CAP) The old
rocket, Tall said The rocket which determine their future wisecrack that a car won't run r _
was described as a new type. 1\ assignments In the Navy. 0"". .....er Is i true Frank Hartley f 1&N

Cosmos Is the designation glv. i Upon completing the program doesn't think it's funny, either r r ;
en to a program of Soviet In. He drove into nation and told + arl ff
I they are assigned to service ,
strument exploration In space schools for technical the attendant to fill the gas f
The new launching made a to. trainingor lank but the car didn't go very i
to ships and stations for
Which size tal of 40 satellites launched In far
the series II
Savings Bond I rating specialty.Naval hard rain had flooded s storage

Queen Victoria popularized training produces thepower link at the station and it wit

you should buy preserved liner The monarch I j In seapower by supplyIng water, not incline, that war put
liked the candied spite from the I qualified; personnel to man in Hartley's car,

...and why Orient to well that she served it 'Ia' the: ships, planet and shore nations Amends were dilly made but
I date banquets. t of today's Navy there were still s few frayed
nerves over !*. incident
1. Starter size for steady rave '1

era. Small enough to be habit-
forming, big enough to rount TV RadioHOLLYWOOD
up fast. Ideal gift,. Worth $25 at CRAZY
maturity; calla for only $11.75. (AP) Pretty McMurray does not appear
DON'T BE A ]LITTERBUG
blonde Meredith MacRae, "It does make your role a bit !
afar( and
t Increasingly popular
of Gordon "
the 20year.old daughter difficult, admitted the young
very big with Payroll Savers and Sheila, Is learning the performer. "You can't learn a
Only $9 weekly buys one amonhromfortably.Worth acting business In one of televl whole show Sometimes you'llbe Drop every litter'! bit In the nearest trash basket at your favorite beach. And always carry litterbag

ISOat slon's most demanding schools, learning three different
maturity, sells for only SJ7.SO. the ABC series "My Three scenes for three different pro. your car Then you'll never be a litterbug! All through your long day's outing, you'll help keep America

1. Brand.new siie For people Sons." working grams, to period.be "shot In the same clean and beautiful You'll help contain the clutter of train that makes the cleanest beach unsightly
who want to buy more than a
ISO Bond but not quits a $100 Most television series are aLthough Since last season, Meredith and unsanitary. You'll/ help prevent the pile.up of' trash that costs $50 million
one. It' worth $75 when It matures filmed program by program, has become formally engaged to

in 7*, years Sells for of sequence scenes to often save are set-chang.shot out Richard westerner Berger whose,career a young Interest Mid. We a year to pick up 'from major highways alone Remember, every litter bit hurts I.\,
just I54.JJ. must be easy with .1.. .
Ing time it business management As the the heat the way we've when it hits the beach. Every litter bit help when It hits the litter. basket arute.Y "'1e '
4. If you're In a hurry to build "My Three Sons" for four long-playing fiancee of Mike slashed qr
up savings, this one's tailor. years baa been filmed In large Douglas, played by Tim Const prices on our care.
made. Buy one a month for ft unrelated chunks under a ape. dine, Meredith wears no en. Be smart take ..dYlnt..re .
years and you'll have $4354 clal arrangement with the star, gagement ring because, accord. of our erailneis and PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF OUR BEACHES

Each is worth $100 at maturity Fred MacMurray, who works on jog to the story Un., he can't aft buy NOW, Up to 37V ..
; sells for only S7S. the show only for certain con. ford one. months to pay. Well deal! 8 Y.,. ''' .
:
cent I'ated periods.The Meredith wanted to be a sing.r r

...., ._..If ...... ..... other regulars the but decided while In the Unl.verslty Collier '!,1l i
-..., three boys who play the sons, of California at Los An. County
costar William Frawley and gel s to try acting Before
being
Bonds Ntw
Buy U. S. Savings Meredith, who Is playing the cast In the television series, she Motors Inc. t ; :

r'p ,U, '" "I ;: oldest son's fiancee for a second had considerable off-again, on. ,
,, , : .
fial 6nr.ranr..' I ; p. ; 'i/W" ::;.} season spend the rest of the again stage experience, mostly SM TsMiastl Trail. N.
time shooting scenes In which with her parents MI 2-J1J1 -- -
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Gridiron AttackLAKE Eagle Workout

FOREST Hi. (,M I ) moves. Bobby Joe Com .irt thuflanker i i ic'ice' opened yesterday
On the" thton, that the a. Units led the NFL With fj 1 re< a'''erni on( (fot Naples High SPORTS. S.4
Cardinal matured In the
heat
eeptlons last season _dn 's 1(1'4( football team,and
of the routing four.dub rte in Tar Anderson and Jti' k'a! ,
1963 many pro football ol> er. Smith, the tight ends, am rorei ,: "o> 3 attended. .
vera are Ubbing waih oicli; Morris and as-
Lemm's .>lvei'.. So are halfback Prc Jerry
club for the Eastern, champion.. tinGautt, out all last year with > i >as [ 1'1 Bryan and Jen I'y 6 OUIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl., Florid* !?.! Auguit II, 1964
ship In the National I-ootlull Injuries, and fullback Children I ,-c expect the ranks to be 1
League this sed sun. Lemm counts on ...autt and IL.:1 i coed hy some boys, who
The Cards tame -'lose last CMMress to carry the running. 'I i MIC I reason or mother did
year although the fInIshed .a tta< k and hopes for help d
1I.'n< 3e" yesterday's opening
third. With three Chiefs Think Have Stuff :
games to K0 Crow Bob Paremore and fli. eosion. They
they were locked in a three wa> (Thunder) Thornton. Rookie" 1 IJeS, ere Issued ro the
tie for first with New Yoik and Willie Crenshaw of Kansas State
>.,,'cc'ive players who then
Cleveland. Only a last game de. was to have been a defensive .
eat by Dallas cost them a piece back but his play In the AU Star l K ,'3r'in exercise j.ndpasi- To Make Title Bid This Year
of second plate. Their" 9.5 record games convinced Lemm to give CachIng i : drills, and did plenty'V )
was the teams best since 1948. him a chance at offense. I Ullnhg to help get i In shape.
"When YOU get In contention Bob DeMarco at center and ( ,on ic- work \U1 begin next t LIBERTY, Mo. lAP) The drops off to Join linebackers E.
you are hurt if you don't have Ken Gray at right guard are ol .e..l<, and the players Will have Kansas City' Chiefs, still shakenb J. Holub Sherrill Headrlck and
experience," said Lemm at the alMeague caliber. Lemm is (four ueeks of working out In their shocking nosedive of Walt Corey. Mel Branch Is the
training camp at Lake Forest trying Irv Goode, a tackle In pads before the season opener last season, think the have the other defensive end and Jerry
College where he used to coach. 1963, at left guard and giving September 18 at Arcadia. horses to challenge San Diego Mays and big Junlus (Buck)
"None of our boys had played Bob Reynolds, a se<-ond.yearman I rac'lces this week wj'l] be and Oakland.. for the Western Buchanan, 6.foot.7 and 286
with a contender except Joe from Bowling Green, .1 1shot i Division title In the American pounds, are the tackles.
he J ..I'> 7 and
5t30
Chlldress and Jimmy 11111 in at left ta< kle. Ernie M Mll. a.m. p.m.. Football League this year Dave Grayson and Duane
1956. I think we matured last l Ian is the other tackle of a huge Jail). The earjymornlng ses Hank Stram's club'went on a Wood are the corner men and
year under real pressure. Nowye offensive line "PRAISE THEE Oil ACE !SHOOTEIl1: is the chant of thi trio on Ions, designed to speed up dizzy slide In 1963. They l moved Johnny Koblnson and either
know how It feels. I then( \' I\ iiis nuludniit from) left f.oortfi! (' O'Grc'Mi Don Paife and Jim conditioning last about 30 min from Dallas to Kansas City Bobby Hunt or Bobby Ply at

"The loss of Bill Trlplett (out Dt-Vojct On Iii \I'K'lit' j is Phil i D.iibvshnv, pio at Bin ('\ press Golf and utes.Of switched from "Texans" to I safety.
for the season with a lung .
Country/ 11I11 .snappv salutr. All the attention, is focused on Pal t'hlich ADAYFORELUE
tlon) has to hurt. If John David( day 10 are varsity letter winners sorry 5.7.2 record after winning
Crow can pick us up we'll} be who had ,just shot his socoml hole-In-one in this summer's play' at Big five won "3" letters last the league chanipioiibhlp in L ::0.1"ORt.: .. tAP) Admirers
all right. Crow has tun> Cvpicaa. "The second 1 ono is the easiest," said l'hlich. Earl this season nine 1902. .nmke mlchetEUlon !Howard
adhesions after an operation but Looms For summer tho) ace shooter scored 1 his first pel'fect shot on Number 2 hole ball, and, five played are Junior their high "We were pretty well shookup : the .WrK.n: eague1. most v.liiuhlc .

we expect him bark before the nt the course, and the second happened Saturday on the same hole. first fling at football taking he ThisIs emotloiiall," said Strain player for 1963. will honor
opener." Jim DcVoKt said : "You could see it was going to be a hole-in-one all the re. "It was a case of lost Identity the receiver between gamei or
Lemm Is high on Chirlei the way." (NEWS photo) most experienced groupof and general Insecurity. Many of 1 ths Yankee-Red Sox twi-mght/
Johnson, who has rometobere< Pro BallNEW Naples football players in the boys had bought homes In I doubleheader on Saturday Aug.
ognlzed as one of the bust-if three years. Eagle followers Dallas, where they' planned to 1 -q.
not the best-young quaiterlu YORK (AP) The have hopes this team can run settle down The people of Kan.
In the league. Washington Redskins, sixth In F Murray Rose up a good record this fall, sas City were just gieat, but it
Johnson of course, Is the key the Eastern division of the Na. Baseball 'f1& though the schedule Is the took time to adjust. >
to the Cards' attack. Sonny' tlonal Football League last 1 Not To CompeteIn toughest any Naples team has "Another blow was the death
Randle, the tricky split end, Is year, lost their first exhibition had to face.Racing. of Stone Johnson just before the State \
one of the best receivers In the game this season. The next day season after he had been injured
league and he knows all the they sold 1,000 season tickets."I Roundup OlympicsSYDNEY He'enueIncreased In an exhibition game ; League
"A third wave of
guess people suddenly real. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS reason was a
Ized the football season Is Australia (AP) By Injuries that I hope we can esCape By THE
Women Golfers here," a club official said. Chris Short Is being hidden by a 9-4 mark In the second half. Murray Rose, the great Aus. this >ear." ASSOCIATED PRESS

Find Wind Rough Two years ago the New York Sandy Koufax's shadow. Still, This season, he's been one of trallan swimmer who won six Added Events Injuries already have shakenthe W. 1.. Pet. G.B.
Jets of the American Football It's a giant step forward for a the top left-handers In the Olympic medals and recently Chiefs during training Tampa 31 18 .633 -
In Kansas Meet League then known as the TI. guy who last year led the Phila league but has been overshad. smashed the world record for,. MIAMI rAP).-Additional pro.., however. Chris Burford, the i Orlando 29 20 .592 2
tans, had to walk home from delphla pitching staff In only owed by Koufax'u brilliant work 500 meters will not compete In grams and more betting events I; Chiefs top pass-catcher and I St. Pete 27 20 .544 3
HUTCHINSON Kan. (AP) practice because the fellow who one department wild pitches. for Los Angeles. Short has hit the Tokyo Olympics, an Aus. helped increase Florida's In.,, flanker will miss up to about the( Miami 24 25 .490 7
Women from opposite sides of drove the team bus hadn't been Short pitched a flve.hltter the 12.vlctory mark for the first trallan swimming official an. come from gambling to a rec.,, third week of the season due to I Ft Lauderdale24 26 .480 7V.
the continent found a steady Monday night posting his 12th time In his major league career nounced today. ord last season, says the Flor, surgery on his left knee. And I Sarasota 20 26 .435 9V.
wind of IS to 25 miles per hour paid."This year we have sold 15,. victory and lowering his earnedrun and Is second only to Koufax The Australians themselves ida State Racing Commission. Curt McCllnton, leading ground. Lakeland 18 26 .409 1 O',
and the rugged par three holes 000 season tickets," a team offl. average to a brilliant 1.91. among NL starters In the vital turned down the 23-year-old star Attendance Increased 13.9 percent gainer last year" suffered a I Daytona Bch. 17 29.370 13>
their biggest problems In early clal said. "We have more mon. as the Phillies stretched their ERA department. of the 1956 and 1960 Olympics, and betting at parl.m ut uel I broken left hand and still is on I Monday's Results
qualifying rounds of the U.S.Women' ey In the bank than we took In National League lead to five Short's victory gave the Phil. who appeared to have a strong windows, 11.6 per cent. The i the sidelines. Orlando 504. Fort Lauderdale
Amateur Golf Tourna. all last year." games over San Francisco by lies their biggest bulge of the chance to win at least two med. state received 10.9 per cent The Chiefs are pretty much a I 1.3
ment So goes the pro football boom, walloping the Chicago Cubs 8.1. season over the Giants who als In the Oct. 10.24 Games In more compared with the 19G2.C3 I veteran team. Pete Beathard a I St. Petersburg 8, Tampa 0
"The wind played" a big part and an Associated Press survey Short's emergence as able were Idle. Japan. lie did the 1,500 in season, the commission's fig. rookie quarterback from South: Sarasota 11, Lakeland 4
In my scoring, said Gloria shows that this season will be winner for the Phillies he's Only two other games were 17:01.8 earlier this month In urea showed. ern California, Is the oustaiidlng Miami at Daytona Beach ppd.
Ehret, a Danbury, Conn., book. the biggest ever. only one victory behind Jim scheduled In the NL Monday. California. Attendance was 7,878,991 and I prospect./ will be used spar. rain. ,
keeper" "It was not really In my The AFL has hotbeds of Inter. (Perfect Game) Dunning for the Charlie Smith hit two homers Rose did not participate In the wagering $418,056,340 of which I Ingly behind Len Dawson and I Tuesday's Games
favor. Even so, the 76 she post est in Buffalo, Boston Houston team lead can largely be and Dennis Rlbant pitched a Australian championships which each of the state's 67 counties Eddie Wilson. Lakeland at St. Petersburg
ed over the Prairie Dunes Coun. and San Diego, and a new live credited to the patience of Man. four.hltter as the New York was a major factor In determln. got $234,000, while the general I Stram has been experiment. Tampa at Sarasota
try Club course Monday gave one In New York. Denver, Oak. ager Gene Mauch. And the Phil. Mets whipped Pittsburgh 5.0 Ing the Australian Olympic revenue, old age assistance and I ing with Abner Haynes his fine( Fort Lauderdale at Orlando
her a share of the lead through and St. Louis made the most of state school funds running back. lie planned to use
land and Kansas City are also lies emergence as a leading swimming team. received a Miami at Daytona BeachDiefenthaler
18 holes of the 36.hole qualify. promoting their clubs vigorous. pennant contender can largely two errors by Houston scored He has been living In Los An. similar amount. him at flanker but Burford's
Ing. iy. be credited to Short. three runs In the ninth Inning geles most of the time since he Knox Eldredge supervisor of Injury forced the coach to put
Another 76 shooter, Mrs. Don. Here Is a rundown by A 6-fooM left-hander who and defeated the Colts 3.1. enrolled at the University of racing who leaves Saturday to I him at split end.
na Gllliam of Whittier Calif., leagues: comes In at 'just under 200 In the only game on the Southern California In 1957. take another position, said "We I Fred Arbanas, one of the top
said the wind wasn't as much American League the tight ends In the league Is backat ,
NFLEast) pounds Short showed consld. program, are entitled to at least part of
trouble as the four tough par second-place Chicago White Sox the credit for his post. The rest of the of.
4/ New York Giants stopped sea erably promise In 1962 when he the Increase. Aft. Hines
three holes.Sharing son ticket sales at 57,000, and posted an 11-9 record. Thenlastseason edged New York 201. moving to er all, the commission allowedthe fenslve line Is pretty well set Capture
In the lead at 76 were will have usual seven sellouts of he lost his first eight de. within l'/i' games of first-place LeagueLeaders extra days and extra with Jim Tyrer and Dave Hill at
Susan Gregory of Tine Bluff, 62,700. Also will show home cisioni. Mauch, however, stayed Baltimore while dropping the events." the tackles, Ed Budde and Al Speedway Races
Ark., and Mrs. Robert Ihlan third place Yankees three He said Reynolds or Curt Men at
games In three theaters via with him and he responded with the total handle was
feldt of Seattle. closed circuit television. Motels games off the pace. $43,457,860 more than the pre. guards, and Jon Cllllam at Cen. Dob Diefenthaler and Richard
Thirty-six players shot 81 or Short who has lost six vious
season. There
beyond television blackout games were 51 ad.
area ter.Stram
better in this event where only thriving. Florida TracksTo was touched for a run In the American League ditlonal programs, plus such often shifts to a three. Mines captured feature-
the 32 low scorers can get Into second Inning on double features man line In what he calls race victories Saturday nightat
Philadelphia Eagles expect a by Batting ((250 at bats)-Ollva, as the big Q and the a
the match play starting 48,000 season tickets and seven Have Record Doug Clemens, a wild pickoff Minnesota .339; Mantle New Twin Double. "Stack Defense" primarily Naples speedway.
Wednesday. A 36-holo chain sellouts of 61,700, as usual. Ba!. attempt and a passed ball, but York .314. against teams with a strong i Diefenthaler drove his 1956
plonshlp match will be played tlmore has 50,000 seasons tick. Stakes This Year bore down In several serious Runs Ollva, Minnesota, 93; Five horses in this year's passing game Bobby Bell, a L Ford to take the checkered
Saturday The Sand Hills courseIs eta sold, and will sellout all jams to keep the Cubs scoreless Howser, Cleveland 83. Kentucky Derb came to the fine rookie last year, plays el flag In the late-model feature.
set at 6,001 yards for the tour. MIAMI (AP)-Horsemen rac. up
and Is 73. games at 60,065-seat Memorial Ing In Florida this winter wUl the rest of the way. Runs batted In Kill ebrew, race off a victor*. ther left end on the front four or It was his second straight feature
ney par Stadium receive a record $6,665,831 In The Phillies put it away In the Minnesota 95; Stuart, Boston victory. O.D.Osceolawas
Washington Redskins, up 6,000 purposes from the state's four: second Inning against Ernie 91. right behind In second place
season sales to Brogllo sending 10 men to the Hits Ollva Minnesota 170.I Baseball
29,000 ;
expect flat tracks, the Florida Thor. Standings and Leonard Chesser was third.
near capacity of plate and scoring five runs. The B. Robinson Baltimore 136.
50,000 at alleanl.s. ,
oughbred Council reported to. : Richie Yahl led the way In
Cleveland big blow was a two.run triple by Doubles Ollva
Browns ex. Minnesota
pect 30,000 season tickets and day.The Johnny Calllson, who later 33; Bressoud Boston, 31. American League National LeagueW the semi-feature, pursued by
Jeep will be near to 80,000 capacity Thanksgiving racing Day season and opensI I slugged another triple. TOil triples Versalles Mlnneso. L. Pet G.B. W, L. Pct. G.B. Dlefenthaler and Chesser
for all games. Exhibition dou. through April 21, divided as fol. Taylor collected three hits for ta, 9; Yastrtemskl. Boston and Baltimore 73 45 .619 Phlla'phla 71 45 .612 Diefenthaler and O.D. Osceolawon
bleheader Sept. 5 Is sold out. lows Tropical Park Nov. 25. the Phillies Including No. 1,000of Fregosl Los Angeles, 8. Chicago 72 47 .605 Itt/ San Fran. 67 51 .568 5 heat races.
: his career. Home runs Klllebrew Mln. New York 69 47 593: 3 Hines took an lead and
Salt., F rtv* $ rvlcMltt Pittsburgh Steelers play all Jan. 15 lllaleah! Jan. 16-March CincinnatiPittsburgh 64 54 .54% 8 early
home games In 54.500.seat Pitt 3 Gulf;stream, March 4-Aprll I Smith, an infielder playing nesota, 42; Powell, Baltimore. Detroit 61 60 .504 i3''/ 63 54 .538 81/1 I held It for his feature victory
Stadium for first time, but hope 23; S un shine Park.Jan. 21. left field for the first time, 30.Stolen Los Angeles 61 60 .504 i3'/ St. Louis 63 55 .534 9 in the jalopy class. Mines
for onlj) one( sellout Season tick March; 24.Forty.slx. cracked a three-run homer in bases-Aparicio, Baltl. Minnesota 59 60 .496 14'Milwaukee' 60 56 .517 11 and Merman Dlakely won heat
elii at 1 ,800. up 20 per cent. stakes with an add. the first Inning off Bob Veale more, 48; Wels, Chicago 16. Cleveland 54 64 .458 19 Los Angeles 58 58 .500 13 races and O.D. Osceola beat
Dallas has 7,000 sale, up 2,000 ed value $1,337,750111be k and added a solo shot In the Pitching ((10 decisions)-Bunk. Boston 54 65 .454 19V4 Chicago 55 63 .466 17 out Mines for honors In thesemtleature.
and hopes to draw 50,000 for money the five-month I eighth, taking the Mets' team er.Baltlmore, 12.3, .880; Ford, Washington 49 73 .402 26 Houston 50 70 .417 23
IIMVICK Packers. run during lead with 15 homers. New York 124750. Kansas City 43 74 .368 29>/j New York 37 82 .311 33Vi .
season Including four raceswith I Mrs. 13111 Stone, aboard No.
Rlbant, meanwhile won his Strikeouts Downing New Monday's Results Monday's Results
$100,000 added; one at $75,.. first major league game In his York, 151)) Radatz, Boston 144. Chicago 2, New York 1 New York 5, Pittsburgh 0 39, regained the lead In the
000 five at at $30
$30OOO one ,
; second start, striking out 10 and Only game scheduledToday's Philadelphia 8, Chicago 1 last lap and won the powder-
000 four at
eleven at
$25,000, allowing the Pirates only four National League Games St. Louis 3, Houston 1 puff race. She had led In the
$12,500$20,000,and nine six at at$15,000$10,000.five at singles. Batting (250 at bats) Cle. New York at Chicago N' Only games scheduledToday's early going,but Wendy Dunham,
1964-65 distribution: The Cardinals, shut out on six mente, Pittsburgh .344; Wll. Minnesota at Washington N Games driving No. 24, took over, only
The purse hits by 39-year-old Hal Brown Hams, Chicago .328. Baltimore at Boston N'
Is 5.3 cent Increase over I Pittsburgh at New York, N to be passed up later by Mrs.
a per for eight Innings scored all Runs Mays, San Francisco Los Angeles at Detroit, 2, twl. Chicago at Philadelphia, N Stone.
:21.9 cent
last and
season a per their runs with the aid of ninth 96; Allen, Philadelphia 88. night St. Louis at Houston N
gain over 1962.63, before the odd Inning errors by Eddie Kasko I Runs batted In-Santo, Chlca. Kansas City at Cleveland, 2, Milwaukee" at Los Angeles, N t have Track officials announce they
from scheduled
cents breakage was raised and Al Spangler. Dick Groat go, 86, Mays San Franciscoand twUnlght Cincinnati at San Francisco, N I another demo-
a nickel toadime.Minimum and Mike Shannon each singled I Boyer, St. Louts, 84. Wednesday's Games Wednesday's Games lition derby for September 5.
purses are $3,500 ahlialeall home a run and Julian Javier's I Hits Clement, Pittsburgh, New York at Chicago N Pittsburgh at New York The cash prize, given to the
( $3,000 at Gulf stream'1 grounder got the other across. 155; Williams Chicago 154. Los Angeles at Detroit N Chicago at Philadelphia, N' last car on the track able to
$2,500 at Tropical and $1,000 at Walt Bond had provided Hous. Doubles Williams, Chicago Kansas City at Cleveland N St. Louis Houston, N run, has been boosted to $75.
Sunshine ton's run with a sixth Inning and Mays, Milwaukee 30, Al. Minnesota at Washington\ N Milwaukee at Los Angeles, N i \ good number of entries are
homer off Roger Craig who al. ten, Philadelphia 29. Baltimore at Boston N Cincinnati at San Francisco artlcipated. and anyone may
\ THE lowed only three hits before I Triples Santo, Chicago Pin. enter.
leaving for a pinch hitter In the son, Cincinnati and Calllson, -
eighth Philadelphia 9; Six tied with 7, -
BUr CqpMM Home runs San
-Mays, Fian. .
I Nicklaus Holds Cisco, 37; Williams, Chli igo, 26. ... *
Stolen bases-Wills, Los An.
Is Your G Lead In PGA geles, 37; Brock, St. Louis, 29.
'1e Pitching (10 decisions-Kou.
\ DUNEDIN: (AP)-Professional fax, Los Angeles, 19.!<. .792:
Garden jrA AND golfdom's money king Is Jack Bunnlng Philadelphia, 1.1.4. --
\ NI klolUS. He ranked first with .765.
: ( COUNTRY $96,217 on the list of ten top mono Strikeouts Koufax, Ls. At
Too Big For Your Lot? / CLUB ey winners released Monday bs geld, 223'eal.; ., Plttst ic -'t
174.
J the Professional Golfers \ssoci.
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The old-time lumberjack of Is log chopping. Each logger .IopbI NELPW

he caulked shoes.log-jamblng. stands atop a long square softwood -

'Iver-raftlng days ire gone cant, usually 10 x 10

11 id In his place stands a new Inches. Silhouetted against the

reed of timber-beast. Per sky they look powerful and romantic MIdway 2-2107 r
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laps their shirts are a little with their sharp axes. .

ayer their boots a little At the signal each man tries

ronger their equipment more to chop through his piece of ,

i odern, but they exhibit the wood as fast as possible.

jne toughness endurance Chips fly and breath comes In PUBLIC NOTICE 1-Announctmenrt 33-Servicei Offered

.ourage and candor. gasps. The winner at Tupper -
Vena a Beauty Salon, tOll 7thIt
The place to see these mens Lake was a logger close to 60 OF THE South. Corner of t llth Avo Good car* lo lderly or Invalid
IN TsP CIRCUIT COURT *"aBoataMotort .! in my horn on Rood mj
A ill Slecit 1,4 ittOl _
ai a loggtig' show. They years old! TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN i Cot iott Park.'I'I.I.* north
to show off their AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY. of Ealaro on U S 41' Q ,, -
ongregate The one-man chain sawing FLORIDA : Acoi.U man Eilero. Fl I*. .Ir.WEl

ard-earned skills and to try heat portrays the lumberjack IN CHANCERY NO. -CnTTTraTrTlinbiinpinbourd mi l/ll 4t
ALMA LUCILE: lool
or prize money. They come In his most modern role. The HAMILTON WEITBROOKPlaintiff Can be teen MI water
Maine Vermont New al loortapol 0/I' tot 38-Autos For Sale
'lOin object Is to cut and pile as many '' "

ianipshlre New YorkStateand four-foot logs as possible In 2 TITLED I SOPHOMOREJacqudin* Mayir 21 front. Mia, America or 1963. GEORGE 1 WEITBROOK.Defendant FIRST TIME OFFERED lob Food retractable hardtop.

'emibylvanla. Top on the listf to S minutes. Each man revs NOTICE OF SUIT Recent trade in II' Chris Body .in .ood
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atuditl with roommate Carol look, 2 ef Wichita, In their" room at Northwestern University' Craft Sea Skiff, New bottom Of, CO"d'lOiIICM
5
shows Is the 9th Northeastern his It carefully TO: OEORO.E J WEITBROOKGardner
up saw, nurses Jacqueline from Sanduaky Ohio' attended Northweattm before her Miss, America fame. HoldIhreveport. and aid, paint n.osarnmshLit. '
.umberjack Championship at tightens and sharpens the LouiHena Ucketa, fiah bo.. top lid* Dod. Motion W.on looLpomir
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and back canvas New compass pow.rsl.orni
owvllle, N.Y. on August 22nd. blade and gets poised for the Complaint You sri tar hrby Divert notifitd hat bean that filed, a tin. ..I. atchor and 10' puah button .*rthiM. radio andwaS
>ate champions and second- and r. required loerv Ion Iwo lOis bout was l ID' .. Encellenl, condition Call
> start With 8 contestants saw- limit you. you
tally owned. 11 ,n beautiful' con 2 i\2\ evil 31I
of Antwor or
lace winners compete In a ing at once, the noise Is deaf- Naples Asks pleadlna* a copy to tht Complaint your on Inn d>lion and u ready to tol Full
Italy Help : Law Firm rico SitU I Inl Chryaler For Sale Good
of Plaintiff I Attorney! the
>arlety contests On the Saw-dust files and '
ening. logs of SMITH CARROLL VCOA. BRUNI.OMiTtl CHRIS' CRAFTMl traniporl.t.on 110017.. Broad

,aine day. the New Hampshireoodsmen's pile up at an amazing rate BROWN 4 NICHOLI Belch BuildIng 1/14 It t J7S7 A,* North ___....!/!..tf

.1 Field Days will be Referees must give the start Neplel.! throf"Florida in tht and otfico hIs of the haorigin toss Ford I dr Automate transmission -

eld at Plymouth N.H. Then, and stop signals by touchingthe Clerk *of the Circuit, Court ot Col"., tool t* fool hardtop Chris River'. Good Park aecond Apt. D Car I. I**
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On Their Animal Shelter ,
County, at Et Naple on Craft lei Skiff. twin 11) hp
)rj $Cjt. 10-12 the 19th An- men's shoulders for no .or before th* 17th day of O'u.iu motor. tIp to ahor. galley 1/So It ,

lual) Lake States Logging Con- one can hear t sound. The iou If you fail to do to, Ocr. Pro t bunhi. aland up head fathometer
will' b lalin Phone
Conl.no egamet you E..II""I.o..d.IoO"
:ress takes place at Escanaba variety of chain saws in action before 10' its msllif 0mandid I" the C.m. 5 lab ...., 1 r m tif' 45-Trailer! For Rent
In a recent edition of a national sldent of the Naples Humane done before the winter "I..",

Ilch. speaks well for our democratic animal the rain they should have DONE AND ORDERED at East Wanted Trilrt II a wk. with TV,
magazine large Mrs. Walter L. Kel- 12-Help
The lumberjacks arrive by There Home- Society Naple. Colliar County Florid' this, 110 a week .p.... It a week
society. are picture of the Humane Societyof ler.Florida.U.s.A,, America." cement huts more space and th* ZION day of July. A D iwoMARGARET Rock Crk TrnUr, .Park
;, AUUll f'tHSON. male' or 10
ar, usually accompanied by lites McCullochs Stlhls sa- T. scott /UII
Naples Inc. appeared with- The letter Is reprinted as written so some freedom. Clrk, of th. Circuit Court mala capable ol handling numl
heir families. They stand In bres Solos, Poulans. Remingtons out the advance knowledge of "Here the Government does Colh.r County, "Florid reading dosS on full time b.i-.;
J clannish bunch each and By /./ EDITH TYQETT, Must be Heady good 0.015b 48-Apti. For Rent
awaiting Lambs.
Pioneers the local group alone with an "Dear Madam nothing to stop any cruelty all Deputy Clark ..nw tpelling ,...d woik I-AI.dv
event Jokes news, gossip and Every logger thinks his Is the SMITH' CARROLL VEGA, with aitnciatui Wnte Cnlliitfnunly ,
article by Owen B. Hum edi "From a friend In EnglandI they do Is to pick up stray BROWN 4 NICHOLS New Ron l"> A I? SABLE SHORES APTS

criticisms are passed around best.No tor. In the article he said have received a pamphletwith dogs by < running noose throw Suit II, Balch Building, Ml' t 44H

hlle they cock keen ear for logging show is complete "Three years ago we were your address and publish- them In a wagon they go round Nplas, *Flold.Allo.y for Plaintiff*' 3-Help Want. FomaUVTEKOOHAPHER Hilly Road sod Aruca Ave.e .

''he judges' results. Their coneisatlon without horse-pulling and tree- be with and take them to their Am *. II. II. ...4 privileged to present at one wonderful work. !.lfiS.
ing your hand and Typing' ,.q,...." MO"11IRS, ""OTILI MI
Is vital bit
a rough felling. two displays left over of the early meetings that "We have for years been gas-chamber were they are PARCEL B Pleaianl, working condition! ,in 22302 .1 IlAI 50150

:ut always down-to-earth. Hypocrisy from past times. Despite their brought Into being the Humane trying to create here In Naples gassed In mass. A p..cel of *ov.riinty 'land now aictioli "nl"'do of* '.Cnlnl. PermanenlEait Ave Ml 1 REDROOM UNFUHNISHCD
lot
Is rare around loggers. new machinery some timber- Society of Naples The group (Italy) a shelter for stray "Miss M. Mullany and I have Mld dlcnt 22, Jo 0 as.r'i Oov.rnm.nt wont lot Ml 1/11 ..Ited HMO APT OREEN ACRES I(Utf Ml

beasts maintain the old skills 1.I laction 11, Townehlp' 10 South, tiac0.r for hi .
p..nee"
read wonderful achieve
is usualIn
was not very large as dogs. at last we have been ableto your Colliar County. Flor.Ida. .
Rania n (ant P'v.t. school Call
INFORMAL ATTIRENo and probably always will. To establishing enterprises of rent a small peace of landIt ments and are wondering If you being moro .p.eifielly, d- paCot* 0' 55310 I/I II EMU TIDE APTS.

one dresses up much fora see men that are rugged and ....b.d al follow: \iSLUADULT. Yomot., ID Weekly Monthly ReatonModern
this kind but what could to
anything us.
was missingin ( Is too small to do what we suggest From the Southerly COmic commonto .
Field The and watch I, M loS. ..pending n.iwa d.p..l.m..t furnnhed efficiencle*
lumberjacks masculine action 1 and
to
Day. numbers was made up In would like to do) but It has givenus I trust this will reach you as the said Oo""m.nl Lot by to Oondlaornonso'd' A bedroom apti.Kelly .
come In their every-day work more exciting than a rodeo c n to a plot' ol :t.uW7 V Mutt be able to type well anwrite d Rd C, Naplea
go quality. At the annual meet- the possibility to start We the address does not seem sufficient Horatio tonkin*. Jr. at accuratelyPrevioua 1/ate
plainly and _ _ _ _ _
"rlified
clothes blue jeans black or to a logging snow. such plat I* prepered and
In 1964. the financial with kind regards enperienre lii
Ing February have had a netting put all roundit very by LiRoy 0 Ball. Surveyor Oen.art newt

green khakis plaid shirts and report showed the total wooden huts made for each and our compliments for I, run Northerly 0 on th rn.nt* (,'in*Lot common a :on tale. cen but not how vital aptitude if the pei full Now duple For apt*Rent, I br., I babetacti000r
laid ovomn
beat-up hats. A few may treat disbursements 3633836. dog pan of the space Is shaded all your work. Yours ditanc to Ih ot* IOU M f..t, itifluiCaS ( me work Write Collier Coon Idul beach WII 4 cntr
food Nii firm 1717 Al? 5fl51t tar t.cOrs furnish
of h
themselves to new boots for the "The shelter hereIs Em A North !, M1 sa- Wool, 0 ditl.nc .1 d.n", Cull Mr.. t'loltrnsn,
as depicted by trees and were thereIs truly Codrington. lntrictlon with the
119 I eel to an
occasion. Invariably pant legs 5 Major Fires a magnificent building. It no shade we have put up picture of Napoll was enclosed. Eaitarly" mndr aid ins plat of of N.pl*..,*. 14-Ho.lp Wanted Mete .tdw.y 7 1I6 /U 10'
ankle according' to
are rolled above the and Is one of the finest In the Uni- old tents. But they are chained Mr. Keller architect for the win Bay lo tblih th. Point 01 I..,". Vuung in.,, III tltuclOT'jOu 49-Houtet For Rent

boot tops are unlaced. This Nevada ted States modern the last shelter Is to send : learn Laundry Biitineit Muit
of and Sweep ; to up all day and night as Naples going 'coura (I); thnet eonllnu NortllIt' be willing, worker and wnltt..dp

gives a maximum safety degree. The shelter opened the space is too small and I copy of the plans to the Na- tl II" Wait a diitinc of Ml year Thence around work' oo ,duett,nrn. completely home for, furnnhed runti ,Bed cell

comfort. Grass LandsELKO officially In the spring of 1963 they would fight they are takenout poll group and Mrs. Keller ''c'oun: ((2)i: thenc North II feet to to cellenl luperior( ponlion tar advancement In thort Ml I I tfctJ l/ltf

One of the most exciting con- and, since then over 1,250 day for a w.lk. but commented that It "would be lIla ...", mean high water linahigh lime Apply al Pralher Lout Y*., w* have another 1 Silroom .

IC3!.> Is log rolling. Two men animals have been cared every wonderful If of 0' N.pion, Bay: ,. O.II.. niindorl dry tni ItCAPAILE tout lor rent FurnlahedCity .
for. this Is not the right way to some our own Ca', '.ou h.'h Water TV Cable. till
with peavles to roll a large Nev. AP) Fire offl. taid pr.o.n I ", AOULT. m.I.. w"h.ood "
try The president Mrs. Walter L. S62 Naples members and BaNorthuioiirly P.I., ..". H. W. Welkin Ml
clals rush keep dogs. water "line of Naplaa tt..."... wlso tot oleiiiy I 400 1tI
log between two pairs of stakes urgently mapped a Keller and chairman of the "In no time we have over friends would make donations to I* Northerly to North- 10 .ou.r the human tide of the
30) feet When the assault today on five major aatarly i 17S bit, more or leie. too "iwo. Mutt be good lype ['bdrm furnished, Be U"'u"
set apart. fires sweeping through aun board Colonel C.C. Carter are 40 dogs all stray and we pickup the Napoll group to help them point, JIS feet North (miurd *trilM .,, .,. miM wM ,"o.P ",.h.d hou. .,th carport Coml
signal Is given to start both tarted Coura No I. .nd 0 ioae.t ... I uestcurac p Can AnderaonHnuae
cured grassland and sagebrush! Indefatigable workers. We are one or more every day. get Court n.lmloh)| * run North SO- Pull 11m. jib Writi Call,., I I"i .OI'I.t. i/I.tf,

men dig Into the bark like In northeastern Nevada. proud of this Florida humane We. find that the e>n. nje U "Whoknows?" she said. "We 00' E.t, a '. ol a S fist. County N.w. Bus 1m P1 IIA.II.d
beavers They mare or lei!, to a point lying 131 If I/IS ll
gonebeserk. may
There was no encouragementfrom group. Mrs. Dorothy Woodwardwas more than we can afford and i may eventually end up with twin feel North (maaiured at right *n- I Bedroom furnlihed For Rent, Neple
not touch the log with handsor In attendance the shelter. shelters In the sister cities." ..) of Court No. I, .
the weather man, who at are worried to think what will Court (10)1| lhne run louth It' or leml' retired man Perk ROan MI 1440 I/It It

feet, only with their peavles. forecast high temperatures low John Wilson Is the keeper." happen to them. Beside my- M' M" Eil. ,.'.llel with CounaNo wantad for retail" paml lIon
Their bodies grow taut with and I. I oietenc of Ml '..1, mor .. Ir! Full or part lime work 50-Room* For Rent
humidity possible high self there Is one more English PUBLIC NOTICE or I.... to an mlartection with lIt* t.prlnc "...!!*.y Sand rio

muscle as they push legs winds an explosive comblnn.tlon. BB REACTIONAs lady two Italian ladles and .'0'."'" Eatrly" meander line of um.I.. ill In A Collier tt County I/I howl Ifemployment H""n 0.,, rot I with Prbaio
lo the ,Jankln
straining. The log rolls merrily Napla Bay according built (.oil MI 111\1 1/11 II
a result of this article one gent. We all work and this IN CIRCUIT, COURT, aurvey. being on the Wetlerly boundary
towards the stakes hitsat More than a dozen Nevada TWILFTM JUDICIAL I CIRCUIT, of th* said 0 onorn mont Lot'Couri(6)i' W."I turniy ..tu".n' man
blazes have blackened an estl. the local group has received place absorb all we can afford COLLIER COUNTY, I. loclIos 53 and COo,,. man tar Ion, tint.. -Wanted To Rent
end and the timber
one now letters from other Societiesin STAT OF FLORIDA. ( ) thnc South lo' SO' on Marco Itlanri
We have been able to buy some
beasts dash the other mated 350 square miles of val. IN CHANCERY W.st in to. said Jnbmnt ,no.ndorlini. Cell Mr. Height al Ml 1 110
must to
uable grazing land, an area this country seeking help land so as to build a proper No. hiS Oft '..1, mars sm iota. to the or Ml I JIM. l/ll. lit Two or three hedronm Houao,
end and It towards the WINSLOW Point .f B,5innlnl Furnlahed' around po per mo
pry Susie MAE
but
and advice last
about one.thlrd the size of Saturday shelter but all this should be ..I.intlft PARCEL C Would lull !I..<*. Phon 5-S72
stake. Then back again. The Rhode Island since most fires the following letter arrived v.AOURT All that portion ot Government 18-Investment! 000t0450. B/tZbt
audience wild. WINSLOW Lot I, 'In lection tl, Township 0louth
AtTupper
grows were sparked by lightning Sat., from 290 Via Posllllpo Napoll. Delendanl Range II East, according to 53-listings Wanted

l.akes.17rh Annual Woodsmen'sField urday. The burned area withina Italia the sister city In Italy NOTICE OF SUIT a plot i of a eurvay by Horelio Jen-
the time PET DOCTOR THE ITA.TB OF FLORIDA TO: kin., Jr. deled illS a* such plat Wanted parson, man or woman, Hiw. buveiA lor low coat Oom,5
Days winning 50-mile radius of Elko was estimated addressed simply W'ThePre ROIERT WINSLOW. I It prepared and certified b r.Lh' detlrout of encallent return on ,'ii ( .at Naplee Collier County
seconds for ; notified the a Ball, Oenerel ': their ,""..Im.nl. '.,,"'m.nl I* Trait lilIt'
was 36.3 one team at a minimum 205,000 I y A. W. Mllr, D.V.M. You .r* hereby D lurvayor Hi-ally Fist en tOo
.
suit h** been tiled ...1".1 you In' list in the North Two.third" of well managed profitable chelnof '
Another Interesting contest acres. the above Milled teuae and you'the loulh one halt ol the North Frenchned: Automobile' Agenciei. 57-HousesFor Sale
of Land hall of the loulhweat Quarter located ,In North CarolinaCorp
The Bureau Management are hereby required to aerve uponplaintiff one .
and Florida Si ,..
end Northweel of aaidlection ig Th lChrytMr
I directing the battle, took add,... attorney appear hareon.y whoa your name written of the II, I... the Querler Last It tit ., Ford, and i OeUOOOO .. .I ,,:tlN"u belli, fcwimmmahrukk 100' dull.
I double its (h bill' alcomplaint 'thereof end ell thai of Mntnrsl. Minimum "v.'m.nl lii I on
steps to i,100.man delen.ee, If any to : portion ,.,
Writ. $oa blot A I t. I *011. Sand Saach ,
, ef whlcKla Let 0. lection' II. Town- .
Government :
in said lull copy : .
crew and boost the number ol tollier CiHin23Misc. Nowi I/It, i Ownii anmuui te .11 Oy.nOimiidoyo
delivered to you herewith on or hip to SwiSh Range It Cast ee Taribbean JfSO
Realty
HEALTHJ converted bombers used to before lept 4 A D I MHerein cording lo a plal of eurvey byHoratio N Trail MI' ..In.11 T, If
fail not or decree pro con. Jankln' Jr, deled a* For Sate
flre-retardant chemicals -
} drop f..o will b. .nt..d ...,n.1 you suck plel i is pr.o.rs d and certified, PRIVATE' ....L.-
from 7 to 40 for the isli.t ,..,." In iSo bill .1 by L.Ro 0 loll luv.o G... NO BROKERI I
The Air Force and Forest oral, which h.. in'Ih. North Two- Living room and room Owner mull silt throe bedroom
TOPICSi\\ csTrhia.U,* of said, suit, being toe third ef th. loulh on. hill ef th. drape. 10 yirdilinen ol material ? b.," home 'In THE MOOR
Service were asked to transport 0'0'' '' Northeaat Quarter of the loulh.... and Cotton cloth Alto I NO!. Central heal and airninditloning
reinforcements to Elks and tc WITNESS my hand and tho sail Quarter ol the No-theeil Qu.,'., Ih,.. doubl. and two tingl carpeting through
of aaid Court at Napla. "Florid its ., Mid Suction 51PASCL penelt ol drapery maleri. floe ,i,,1 e tept ; bedroomi Complate
S.iucf ot YOur Doctor ol Medicine. control the expected heavy air tin day of Auiuat A O KMMARGARET 0 al pattern: lurquoite and Htclien' including' disposal
lour l 1.", 4l Medical Society and the traffic All private nights and T ScOTT A parcel of *.".,.,in0y ,land now brown Alto rod and cornlciining .nd ..."w..h., Nice .c.n." i
Florida Ut.ln.nl Aeeoculioo. Clark Circuit Court filled edjecent/ to Government Lot I.. at 170 lacond Ave. No'h driveway, aoddedlaon
out of the Elko airport were (SEAL' I, lection tl. Township 10 buSh, 0' Mil 13114leeto a/l. Itoi pinch Phon paved Ml I 4104 eller
HOME: DANGEROUS banned to give the fire airlift fy EOITM TVOETT Range tt Eaat Collier, County Flor. ', .PM58Lots I/it,
Deputy Clerk 'Ida, being, more apacificelly dotcribed ; i II tull.. IIh.m. 0 _
PLACEI unrestricted movement. yI.a1 IOROKOTY AND TAYLOR u follow. cauchat. on. II 'Inch TV
Four major blazes, dating Attorney for ,plaintiff' From 00. Oautliatl C omnr D' Go" 0". Movie Camera and Pro For Sale
I lun i in" ,pl.icc like homelor ItS Canlral Av. ernment Lot I, lection It Township Cheep Ml I Milt O/lIOl
from Saturday whipped past Ii!! Naple Florid So fl.ni. Coiumr,
.< i "li l 'nt). l li uiti 'in. 'lull l, .,,sl' air travel tin 'PN TI4ttIttCUlCOU1'OF' THE; of a eurvey by Horatio Jenkina 76-P.rsonalALCOHOLICS JUT BUY 'In Rock Herborornr -
in""! ilaii".n I .'u. ,tl.ice tn liv i* at er fire crews thought they were TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Jr dated illS al ouch plot i* pr*: lot Cily lt'otiO'.water NIC ivailabla.neiahborhood -
contained. A fifth major blaze COLLIER COUNTY, pond and certified by ANONYMOUS -
i. I I. .M 111. ir Ino in Imtiu ac- broke out about noon near the Q Our neighbor hoi a cot C.FLORIDA.. No' tioi on the Last line DI Ih. taid Go" Men Brwoinnw AsS for ,'" drinking cell Contact;
problem by
. "kill1 1 1'- "i- .ilmn*! iir-tliinl Nevada Reform School north. which digs up our backyard) We FULLER INDUITRIEI. 'INC a .feat,,,m."t Ihenc Lot run 1, a North diatenc 1C. of W lit 11"Weal I ing Ml 14ltl y..loOl help corciallyweicomee1 Lucille On Aioclat* Virgil", Marcum
' "t all .h u I Imtal il, .illi- east of Elko.Find fora>in corporation authortied ; Meeting! in finl33ervcei J.000rDEWEY
loll
VI
d.alenc ol feet to anIntartection
lid* our neighbor, we lido the cat to do buaineaa, 'In the e I..t, Ch.cll A"".. On I'hI.r

A Urgr proportion little rrnult of talal from accident end our dog lies th* col. We ttate Of lords Plaintiff, ."41.. (h.* of with Npl the. Eatrly 10,. accord m* 5b O ,ito a:. :;. 'M'".. and POLLY
at >> pH SiBhI S
Ih Said 000aumvo te
to ,
ln 1 p
fall DefianceOf hove triod to discourage, the digging v.
fur
1'licy are rcipoiuible HELEN F. oetablilh the Point' ef Beginning
half of tlu honu accidents \ but it ll ",.1.... We heard HOWLb."tIlIIAENOIO CourtS It I), from the deterbed Offered REALTY

recent sun\ ,'y indicated that 87 Law about a solution which it given AF-PEAR AND NOTICE DEFEND TO a Point,, If of It"Beimning Wont Ill I continue feet, won North* or

per cent ,)1 f fatal fall in tin' Rights STATE OF FLORIDA, TO toll, to Ih* pr. *nt meen high w*- Cornr at lot Ae la.Weterlront AT.ml.ml
n.niu liiM'Kfil 1 ncrmiK 65 >eari. la mailman to repot doga. WholCO" HELEN F HOWL. tr .line, of N.pl I Bay, T* Jan*. T'tll
'In rendenc Coura til thence in North M..t "ins at VirgCove '.'. .t TOi 1,11, 2U 1
,, the and whoae preaeni *
of IKI 'i' "M.T. Many lalU occur wo puf ground direction along Ihe eaidprinf Your trot. OaoCa thur _
oaalerly
on *uir* an.I floor. l hy tripping Costing Money around flowers la diicourageriie CIa and R whrabouti O ICMALLER i* mn high. wtr lin. III $$044 COm.t.n.s ..,,,. .'. to"..
ovrr (I.HUM. ulijciMn. ; or item left Itl feet ,mor or I.... to a point, 1 000 L.t' srd, u"It. lot Royal, Harbor .
cat? M,.. Fred Boichon Middle Andover. Connecticut feet Northerly meaeured parpendicular a/.I. II tue Swall .nd 40' boatalip'
when they do not I belong Fall. JACKSONVILLE) -flow N. Y. You ere hereky notified the a to Court No I I. I |/ kin. occur among tlioitc under 65 much money might a business Village, Out net been entered I in the r mat Court Ill.) tom,.. due North M Hauls Cl iunmnao lvIniaa en 'lot ol Ihii t"".. Phone u*
year* of an<". usually it a rrtult Court of the Twelfth Judicial, ., .."t feel. mor* or leal, to en interiect.on Call Ml S Olit from ; to I pm today I* .*. Ohio beautiful' lot
. i 'limbing around a hou t in- man risk for non.cornpliance A Con don gnrolly dig ap m and for Collier County. Florida with lin. parallel with and i 1/II It Contact.Aaioeletei:
>
Civil Act? FULLER INDUITRIEI : JJ 14 toot North (meeiured al right -
with the Rights pod 01 much 01 acm* olhr' onimaliTex' m Cltencery. wherein
making repair.. houtrclcanmg>> The art, which became law neighbor cot could b. digging' a suit. againat you laid auiti Court* CI), thence South ..' II' SLIP COVERS Bob JaegerDEWEY
July 2 provides that defendant entitled FULLER INDUITRIEI' Jl" r..I. a distant of US feel,
,
or in play lor mold. "nce .' Ilitl. obb '., but
to tntertaction with tOo aforaid trop/cat Drae.ry A UpItolitur.
I INC a fore gn corporation author- an '
fticre i s. a tot of do-it-yourelt may be assessed legal fees for Itiii .*uld Hep .hn*.pei'l hod be."
houatholit repairing and thi. ha_ plaintiff's attorne) ., A contempt cleared out There n a goad potubilUyma Florida Plaintiff veriul. HELEN (Sit: Ihenc loulh, 40' JO'
ni.nd.rIns
M" Watt the teid
long
F HOWL. Defendant
added. <.> the number of home action In U. S. District Court "Ihii cot .hot lelecied ,'v' yard II The nature of laid Out I It to for*. 117 foO. mo,. im loot. I. Ih. REALTY
accident In fact. many induntric here tests this phase of the Uw, . do. i MC.tns L.... ,.cDd.d I.liii Point of S.amnnre
halIde" COlt clon aoo.Iaend
are iieioming more con- turned witnesses 0 Pubis A.cs'ds D' Coli.' Couo.t You and oath of you .'. nol.fiedIhel MOUSE HUKTINCT Corner *f let Ave to. 4
Two lawyers will t*..' **., slosh with, dirt Din .Fund. .. in O. It look itO isPIa a Suit lo Quiet Title, to the Tamlaml Trail
cent I WI! II the off-the-job inlun Monda to testify their' expen. 140. said Lin lie.". 1".41" _bov ....rob.d properly ha. been Ml t.41M59Acreage
tl"an tlx) onthilo l injury and fees were In the neigh il coo roion cat .hov ,tw ., worm June tl I 054 Th. torff50i050t filed ....".t you and you are hereby .
T'11 it. ,'(1 leading cause: of ses than do dog Once col .hoi iele borhood of $2,000. lo the Comolaml' on Ih*
reel property which ie loceied -
death the home fire with for bomreom" M diMiCuK 'I. : ; : _
in tt applied onl to the con Oreo o il in Collier County. Florid lo Pftim-'ff Altornay CONDON AND
mall< than 5,000 lining their This > chong. lila .habit Vw can buy a cat McOANIIL Suit 7. Belch Building i'or.. trade I! 00 down and
In"- ir. the home from this tempt phase of a case against "tot tl GOLDEN SHOOtS IUBDIVIIION . Naplea. Collier County Flonde. 'I 8A.I ,m4n1l. N. inter**!
St. Augustine residents repellent at yv' ,.. aSses end v,. M ' according l. in* '..Ith."ol and till' too origin*! in the office 11'.00] Ono mil* from Golden
aui \\ atl') the arm ai >f cooler hrH the Clerk ot lit Circuit Court
Flat Book of *
liberally In "ls .'.0' m* col lov*'. *i recorded in r.ite City Open Sunday Col.
weather, all healing equipment Additional costs, the) laid, I Page II Public Record of on or before the Jlth day of Augual.IH4 w County Realty l/ll tf
should be carefully :heckd fur Involved In a three.day Thu may dietevrag her sod. aba. mayelect Cell,,,., County, Florida, otharwit the llgalion .! 4'
were
dan,,. Yin arimasuir.d It till with SIlO tel down in Ih* complaint' will b* r.*. Cloa' in to U I. 41
p mble defective operation. .hearing which earlier resulted another area Why no it Clerk of ...41 Curt your II"*...*,. ..son .* confeited .I'1' ocr*. Term Collier Coun.
operators of 17 St. Au. > with "'II ".'VhW? H. may bit obi. and 00 Oi'ue 5 COli' 'h..of uO4Ito. This notice will b* oublnhed one R..UI Late on tho Trail.
against Pluinttf." I, Pl.tto, .110'"*', Uth wiol tar 10'", lOu ..".....",". .. .. "
gustlne restaurants and motels l* train Ih. cot lo ui* I particular prepared HASSY A SLAIN' ollali ...*.k. in th* Collier County New*.

Complel. tine More costs may come later In to** In "thi .hm. .' 10...", .", addr.U 0.: Pont Otfic. :"litfFoV a daily "'.'O.D.' of general airculalion TRAIL FRONTAGE
Mye'ra. Florida. "il 01. 5, I* publiah) In Collier, Count/ M acr*. n.gh dry lnd 1H
appeals which have been taken f.l. your wnttn pperence. or loapoeer Florida mile, f.*... ceurthoui. MAN.
Of NewJeep and a possible further hearing to Plaintiff Cmpiint' on or Dated tOil lire day of July. 11U..t IIln i..U SOlo Aye,
SEE VA' LATER bafor th* halt day of leptmbr, Coot Neplet. Co'',,., County: Flor.M 7/1 1
on final injunctions IOU end I* *"..., is ,..,,,or" by *. '1Acr.s
tao later than ..., othr MARGARET T aCOTTCI.II aw ""I.* from Court
Contempt proceeding no id *
E'ORK lAP) A 200-( ( wise' the .1I..t,*". *f said Cam.slant o* the Circuit CourtBym HOUSE HUNTING CAN BE A Heui Ca CAISiSB(4 uu

stemmed from complaints slleg. TilE 'TOPLESS' LOOK-The pound 6-fool alligator tired of II will be taken a* cnfedXwTNEH EOYTH TYOETTDeouty PLEASANT TASK IF YOU AVOIC pot TY acre IT5a N Trail MI ltiVjt :
and his Clark
Inc that William Chew Paris fashion designers seem alt and went for a walk at Ih.orld'i ., my hand and soaP. of CONDON AND McDANICLAttorney > Tuae 4 lun Tf
WASTED
wife Johnnie rejected a Negroat I to be specializing in 'peeka \\ Fair. thi. Court in Naplee. Collier, County, for Plaintiff TIME AND EfFORT' 66 InsurancewElt
the Palms Congress Inn Pi.rdstNs' 10th day of Auguat, lull 7, Blch' Building CHECKING -
THE HOMES IN
boo' styles for the fall. The The 'sator escaped from hi a pnal I .. H..'.. Florid

which A further they manage.complaint said top of this dress is transparent the Florid exhibit where C MItIARIT,.." T. aCOTT July_ tt Aug 4. II. II. IH4 .12. CLASSIFIED PAGE OF THIS $Plai.vo Uos.y Auto Easy Payrn.n

Lance Jr. Interfered chiffon. deftly covered hi* duties are wrestling with (CIItCUITI SEAL) NEWSPAm. Hotno Owtser.,

Charles with appliqued flowers Seminole Indians Officer found INEZ MAQILL CALL TilE NEWS FOR
with 'egros' efforts to Inte. Deputy Clark'
latlCI It vie grate the motel. and foliage. him thai right in a nearby lake. Aug II. II. 2$. lap*. I. tOM Mitt RUBBER STAMPS MI







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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i! Fiend. Tees August |II. If64' Goldwater Aides Kill 2 UNWorkers




Greeks Pull Troops From Map Huge Vote M111'n!


Drive Over TV


NATO To Help MakariosNICOSIA Barry WASHINGTON Goldwater's(AP advisers) Sen.arc w S1I ar In Congo

television ?
massive
Cyprus (AP- Soviet Union has become em. mapping a and keeping It flexl. \f -Two French U.N. off!.
campaign
Greece broiled In the Cyprus crisis. : ,'Id- In
, apparently ls closing ble to counter any major Demo. i ] vorkinp with refugees
i ranks with the Greek Cypriot Turkey withdrew some air cratlc moves In the race for the rebel I tenlton In the eastern
regime of President Makariosby force planes from NATO control While House.Goldwater. COII L(I were killed Monday, the
withdrawing some Greek nine days ago after the Greek aides sketched to. United I Nations announced to.

forces from the North Atlantic Cypriots charged that TurkishJet day the plans being developedfor I y h .
i Treaty Organization to help de. fighters took off from NATO a broadcasting effort tlr! Tl+? men, Jean Pllcque, 33, of
fend Cyprus. bases to attack Cyprus the international Labor Organ
I said will cost about $4 i million!
Greece's decision Monday A Greek Foreign Ministry It is expected to begin before 7.tlne 1 ,. and Francois Preziosl,
helped east a strain between statement In Athens said the end of September 43, ."I i the U.N.! High Commls llsfet
Athens and Nicosia. It also Greece's protests about the Republican National Chair si'', 1"1 i refugees, were killed
cam as a new blow to the '011. Turkish pullout had gone un. man Dean Burch has estimatedthe willie t isltlng a refugee camp BILLY CRAWFORD
darlty of the Atlantic Alliance's heeded. Democrats will spend more threatened in Communist.
eastern Dank at a time when the "Following this." the state. than $8 million on President I\1,1 i ked 1 rebels In Kivu Pro.
ment added, "Greece decided( to Johnson's television campaign vi, 9, bout 25 miles from Bu. New PsychologistTo
withdraw the necessary army, k.IVu,
The Ooldwater forces are lay.
naval and air force units as. Ing out a campaign plan that The l.N.: announcement said Serve County
signed to the alliance." will Include filmed and taped tlu tWI tied while lineetlgatu .
Public Schools
It said the decision taken
was television programs, both re. : reports i' ) on i planned reprisals
"to fulfill Greek obligation to gloss and national, a handful of 1Ir if.ill st erUln refugees In the Billy I, Crawford, a nativeof
defend the Independence and major live appearances on na. mi. Reports from Bukavu northern Alabama, will be
territorial Integrity of Cyprus, tlonwlde television, and brief ? s",I I the twc officials United the public school
and In particular to ward off the spot announcements on both radio t to, ,,,rise Watusl refugees from county school psy.chologlst
next term, replacing -
constant Turkish threat
and television.One RWlJlda to eta away from poll
Dr John Franklin who
Greet also hailed"as an 1m.
Goldwater adviser said tl s Hid not to Joined Congolese
portant contribution to peace" the television campaign will rebel t"i res retreating from the has been serving In that capa

Soviet Premier Khrushchev's build In Intensity as the election Bukni area toward the camp. city
warning to Turkey against fur. nears Offl 'Uls said a L.N. party un. Crawford conies to Collier

ther air attacks on Cyprus Coldwater's men do not be. der Congolese aim) and police County from Meridian, Miss.,
The Greek stand pleased the lIeve that President Johnson NEA reIN/I"/ ".r protection was en route to the where he has been serving as
Greek Cypriot government, will agree to face-tofac cam. GIVING THE GAG AWA'a'-.Sen. Barry Goldwater playfully pokes his finger throughthe camp i to try and recover the director of counseling In the
which had been chided by palm debates, frame of his glasses. The empty rims were used in a photo session with his running two bodies. public schools enrolling about
1 Premier George Papandreou for At his newi conference Satur. mate. Rep. William E, Miller in Washington to eliminate reflections Since the withdrawal of U.N. 12,000 students. Meridian is
__ 'Q launching a military drive day the President turned asidea ti""is'' (rom the Congo, U.N. a of about 55,000 residents -
= city
t-: ::: against a Turkish Cypriot coast. debate question with "we will civilian officials have dependedon
al stronghold without consult. get Into that after our conven. Three Juvenile the unstable protection) of .
Ing Greece, The attack brought lion when we make a decision In Race Violence Flares In Congolese government forces The new school psychologistholds
four days of Turkish fighter the matter." The death of the two officials a bachelor's degree In
FOR POWER TO SPARE raids on Greek Cypriot towns. Coldwater's traveling cam. Cases Heard By caused shock and dismay psychology from Jacksonville
Greece's NATO forces total among the leaders and staff of (Ala.) Stare College and a mas-
SEE THIS V-o PERFORMI! palm, a source at the RepublU
l 120,000 men and Its entire air can National Committee said, Is Chicago Suburb Arrest 40 the International organizations ter's degree In counseling psy-
i IMMIDIATI OtLIVIMTI force, more than seven fighter expected to cover about 75,000 ; Judge StanleyAll In Geneva and In New York.III chology from the University of
bomber squadrons, Is commit miles Leopoldville| the Congolese Alabama. He has also done
; $2,048 DIXMOOR RI. AP) Ra. were injured as rock throwing
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ted to the alliance. Like theTurkl.h
three cases In Juvenile central government appealed to
Goldwater will travel on a clal violence flared for a second Negroes made a target of pass. advanced graduate work In psychology
r Plus bias! lea and Tea Greek units armed have forces U.S, most chartered Jet plane. The plane, time In this Chicago suburb Ing vehicles. Court yesterday were contin- be rounding up white pilots to at the University of
ment. equip. being remodeled for the senator Monday night, but heavily More than 50 persons were cut uances from July 27, and all fly the B20 light bombers the Texas.
United States announced Mon.
READY TO 001 The statement said the head. and his staff will have space for armed police put down the dls. and bruised by rocks during a Involved one or more boys dait was sending. to assist In He holds membership In the
quarters of the Greek NATO de. 54 reporters. turbance with only minor dam. five.nour disturbance Sunday breaking Into dwell ings and taking American Personnel and Guidance -
age and Injuries. night and early Monday. Two away personal the fight against the rebels.
LUFF GMC tachment would be )transferred property.A Association, Mississippi
National Park Service con.erYallonl.ta Forty persons, 27 of them persons suffered minor gunshot : The U.S donation of aircraft
from the Turkish port of Izmir, 16-year-old boy and a IS- Education Association, and the
and the transfer of
421 Ninth St., N.Ttmporiry 180 miles east of Athens, to fear that lack of white, were arrested. Most were wounds year-old boy were ordered to a tarutroop.er National Education Association -
detachment which
Salonika In northern Greece. Water could burn away the Everglades charged with disorderly conductor The predominantly Negro sub. be commit to Okeechobee airompa.
Location National Park. inciting a riot. Two persons urb of 5,000 population is two flied four huge transport |planes. ,
School
miles south of Chicago for Boys, but withheld to the Congo was described by Crawford and his wife,

\t\ .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .------.p.--------------------------------.1. . . . . . . . ,. . . . . . . . ,. . . . . . . . Civil rights leaders and 40 commitment of both on condition Pravda as "the beginning of a Aneline (who "loves" the
clergymen who attempted to they observe all the termsof United States Intervention In beach), and son Larry,12 years
avert the second outbreak of vl. an Indefinite probation. This that country." old, will live at 1050 Hollygare
olence were critical of police Includes weekly reports from Pravla, said "Washington Is Lane In North Naples.
work, particularly the use of school teachers after school Only| flouting"' United Nations

canine patrols to disperse the starts, and a 6 p.m. curfew. resolutions.
"This Is the last opportunity Several white mercenary air. Will Dedicate
mob.The men who once fought for sec'es.slonlst .
crowd of some 100 Ne. for you to straighten out,"
New Fish Game
gross began gathering shortly Judge Stanley reminded the 15- Katanga province against ,
before dusk near a liquor store the Unite! Nations are back In
The asked himto 21
year-old Judge Building Aug
the
which has been the focal pointof Congo.
f see Dr, John F. Franklin,
the rlotlnr.Negroea This time they are serving the
TALL \I1\SSEE (AP-A new
clinical psychologist, for additional central
Congolese govel'l1mentagainst
claim the of
owner district bull ling of the State
a the store, who Is white, assault counseling. Dr.Frank. a Communist.backed re, Game and Fresh Water Fish
ed a Negro woman after accus. lin made reports on this case belllon In the eastern Congo. Commission will be dedicate!
Ing her of stealing a bottle of and on the others to the judge A small group of mercenarieswho Aug. 21 at Fort Lauderdale.The .
gin Saturday. yesterday came here from Johannes commission will hold Its
fr The Illinois Liquor Control The 16-year-old's 17th burg, South Africa, waited for routine monthly meeting at Fort
I Commission closed the store for birthday comes up soon,butthe three weeks In a Leopoldvllle Lauderdale on that elate to he
I seven days Monday "In the in. judge reminded him that the juvenile hotel for a call from their old on hand for the dedication
terest of maintaining public chief, Moms Tshombe, Congo.
court: can retain juris-
J welfare and safety." Police said lese premier and the ex.| rest. '
diction over him until he Is
Negroes In the dent of Katanga.
.\ crowd Indicated 21"if "
/ they Intended to burn the shut. necessary. All but two had disappearedfrom
A tered store. Two boys, 14 and 11,who witha their hotel rooms Monday,

it'i The clergymen circulated third were Involved In house- U.S. government officials( re. t.,

IijirF among the mob. Rabbi RobertJ breaking episode,were directedby leased a cryptic' statement sayIng ,1

y Marx said the Negroes ap. the judge to see Dr. Franklin "contrail pilots" would fly WHY RISK 'EM ?
parently had been talked out of this week. The case was World War II B2B light bombers
i 0 p' l 1 1.i direct action when a squad of continued: to next Monday. on long.range spotter missions"to NO RISK 'EM !
heavily armed sheriff's police help assure Congolese Inter.
arrived and threatened to use nal security CALL NOW FOR MT...
tear gas to disperse the gather. ORIGINAL DRAWINGS Earlier, UJS. Embassy off!. CXPCRT JtV/Cr/
clals had made no secret of
Int JACKSONVILLE Fta (AP) -
1
I r Moments later three gasoline The National Park Service used their reluctance to have mer. NORISKCHEMICAL
cenarles from South Africa
bombs touched off a blaze In the drawings by Jacques LeMoync
rear of the liquor store As the flying planes given to the Congoby
who built the original in 1564 CO.
the United States
( phalanx of police moved Into the
t to construct! a full nze replica I
area, small arms gunfire rang of Fort Car+line taut jf Jacksonville MONTH CUARANTU
H //.e out, Dirt was kicked up a few on the St. Johns River The Flurtda citrus industry is MJ! 2- 141
12 billion annual buimesi.
a
feet from the I
I I II \ policemen, but no
one was reported| injured.
Sheriff Richard B. Ogilvie of
I \ Cook County, who arrived after
the fire was brought under con.
I I trol, told newsmen that police
did not open fire. He also said
sheriff police did not use teargas
and that the use of tear gas GO '
was "not authorized." PRiCESON
Ogilvie said he did not know
.I t who gave the order for tear gas' OUR
but was investigating

I II After the shooting, steel.helmeted .
police armed with ax
I handles, shotguns and clubs DOWN! '
used tear gas: bombs to dispersethe
rock-throwlng mob.

ON OUR FEW REMAINING
Wyoming GOP


. ettoee \\ To Pick Senate
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: i s\\) Nominee TodayCHEYENNE 64 CHEVROLETS


Wyo. (AP) (VARIOUS MODELS)
Wyoming Republicans decide
tocla\ which of two senatorial
Special aspirants! is the stronger supporter .
of Barry Goldwater as i I
the\ select a nominee to face
Sen. Gale McGee, D.Wyo., in TO MAKE ROOM for
the November election

Today's primaries end what '65 MODELS DUE IN SOON!
has been for the most parta -
lusterless campaign. There
COLLEGE STUDENTS WILL APPRECIATE REGULARLY are few serious fights among

RECEIVING NEWS FROM HOME WHILE THEY ARE AWAY any of the nomination seekers
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Most of what Interest there is
AT SCHOOL. WHY NOT MAKE CERTAIN THEY GET IT has been generated b) former

BY SENDING THEM THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS FOR Wyoming Republican Chairman
John Wold and Kennj Sailors,
THE ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR AT THE LOW COST OF onetime Wyoming basketball
1 great, and now a dude rancher.
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and the Johnson administration
Nt1JL Sailors, 43, served one term in

bt !ON \ the 1952.Wyoming Legislature, in a

Wold, 47, a Casper oil geologist .
Is also a former one.term
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