Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00230
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 19, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079904
Volume ID: VID00230
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296134
alephbibnum - 002075047
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: r Naples Council Votes

LBJ Assets

accounting firm hired at the direction GeV

of today President that the Johnson Johnson reported To Parking Areas

family fortune totals 3484098. i"7I Buy

The firm of Hasklns L. Sells
said the President and Mrs.
Johnson and their two daughters -

Lynda Bird and Lud. Clt\ Council this morning vol., pa nu>ms, plus ;&1'3 per cent In. The motion passed over the feet on 12th Avenue South and ISO:
had total assets of $3
names 31. ed to buy vacant property downtown ,| terest. He also said available dissenting vote of Joel Kuper- feet on First Street, was avail.
682,770 as of July and near the fishing pier money In the pa king meter re. berg, who unsuccessful! Irledto able for $,n,:ioo cash or $50,000

On the same date, the family fur use as ocr.st reet parking celpts fund, plus additional rev. amend Mis. Miller's motion by over five years. Wood recommended .
had liabilities of $198,672, which lie enue gained from putting meters inserting "lease" for "buy". He that the City borrow the

reduced their net worth to $3,. City Attorney David Spinier back on Fifth AVl'IIUflSouth,would said the City would establish a $41.i: 00 from a bank and pay cash!

484,098.The was authorized to draw up or. finance this purchase arrange. precedent with this Initial pur. to the property owners EdwinA.
MPLe ment. chase of land for off-street park. Jones and Henry B. Watkins
dlnances the
accounting firm said of Clly'stlmp.pa'mpnt In the motion l>>' Mrs. Casey log, "and we'll never seethe end Wood also estimated that It
President Johnson's assets e lots purchases three Miller, It was stated that theoffstreet of it." will take $10,000 to tear down
liehlnd the bus station ail a
amounted to $477,417 and his portion of the "Pines Blotk" parking lot lobe bought Counrtl's action followed a rec. the bulldliTg (the burned-out Pines

liabilities were 99336. between the pier and the old would not bpmPlf'red"althepl'e- nmmeiulatton made reretdly bj bungalow) on the property and

The detailed statistical table Naples Hotel site.Splngler, read. sent time." The motion also ask. the off.stipet parking committee. pave and mark the land: for off.

made It evident that most of the V Ing from the charter, noted that ed that the purchase be made by street parking He suggested
Johnson wealth Is held In the ordinances dealing with term the latter part of October, and PIER PROPERTY that the latter expense be woi'k.
name of the First Lady. Mrs. purchases must be passed by that the lot be paved and marked Then Wood repotted that the ed Into the new budget
Johnson's assets were said to h five-sevenths vote at two con. also out of Ihemrter I revenue fund. Pines Block property, with 200 Following Wood's recommen.datlons .

total $2,225.634 with liabilities of ? sacullye meetings.The Goodloe McDowell mov.

99336. LOOKING THROUGH the new annuals This was the general scene downtown property, now ed that the purchase be made; ,

This !cave Mrs. Johnson a net nt the Naples Senior High cafeteria Monday night when the Neapolitans owned by Collier DevelopmentCorp. that the money be borrowed from
of compared a bank at 3'i' cent Interest
worth $2,126,298 distributed, and autograph session held. There were ., consists of li with $378,081 for the chief ex. were an and that the resulting off.trevt
ecutlve. exclamations of "Oh it doesn't look a thing like me" and "Do you re. and plus a vacated alley parking lot be IIIpt red.Tills ear.
In Dlock 15: Tier 9. This
Lynda Bird Johnson's assets member this one ?" as the students got their first look at their annuals. perty measures, 90 by I ISO pro.feet rled by another G-l vote, Kuper.

were put at $490,141. Those of (NEWS photo) and adjoins Mat vacant 'landon berg again dissenting
her sister Lucl Balnes were the west, with which the City Knotty Easement Kuperoerg said it appeared to
him that Council should
liven as 489578. rr-- hopes to negotiate a lease agree. buy
The table listed no liabilities beachfront property adjacent to
ment to provide additional off.
for either of the daughters. NHS Annual street City Council this morning postponed has served as Parks Board thalr. the pier Instead of land more
During recent months, pub parking. Its decision on the Fifth man, also took Issue with the at. than a block away for parking.!
lished estimates of the size of Avenue North easement" situation torney's opinion "lie must read He also Inferred from the driftof
the Johnson fortune have Goes Over Manager Vince Wood said until all the farts are avail that final sentence," she said, Council's discussion that the

ranged from about $4 million to this was available for able to be spread beforeCouncll. referring to the passage quoted parking spares from FlrstStreet
$14 million property ,Alligator Lake property own. above. to the pier along 12th Avenue will
.r $20,000, with a $2,000 down pay. ers have contended that they Put Mrs Bingham the pro. be eliminated
IT ALL DEPENDSIt As 'Best Yet'By mint and nine annual $2,000 have a deeded right to access to perly owner to the south, said It

seemed apparent that much the beach over a 3 .root moment was her understanding that the 'WON'T BE II PPY'
DIANA SARGENTThe granted by a 1930: ordln. easement Is not a public beach
of this broad spread could be
2 County 4-H Tourists who |auk a |hi.I| M k ur
accounted for by using differ new 1964 Neapolitans ance which vacated Fifth Avenue access "We each gave the City two away, then walk: liy Teter.dal .
ent methods of estimated the (Naples Senior High's annual) North between First Street 15 feel for repair of the flue," ( limply lauklaggrresonthetrway '

Johnson wealth. are out and were distributed at Boys To Attend and the beach. she said, adding that persons to the |tei, ''will m. I he
Recently H.B. Ruhl, owner of walking to the beach over the
If wealth Is figured on the the NHS cafeteria Monday night. fcaittiy," KuierlwiR" WIlL UP
the lot to the nor-: of the ease. easement "will not hurt Mr.
book value of securities held, It ,
Co-editors Barbara and asked that the
Betty (nirklitg spares|
Bee Institute
ment, erected a rock seawall Ruhl! or me.
can conceivable be times
many Savldgei the faculty adviser, near the pier be ri-MHi lower than if figure on the across the beach side of his property With the expression of these

.. basis of the current market val. Mrs. Robert Mortland;and stiff Robert Blanch) of Goodland and extending South to Mrs. divergent opinions, the Just-re, Off-street ciintmtmtal iwrklnf 1 their ellmlimtlon itxninlttee, I.re...
a \oftnrsameecurtt1sr......,.member Judy Olskey were on Huiky Rollaway bf Naples; 4-H Jane 1nlham'. ..awaU.Then.w turned Councilman Carl Hnrt.,eJusI QftKk'IIpHI" M the
Robert Van Arsdale, resident hand to give out the annuals at , Club members, will leave in the rock seawall makes It difficult mann asked "Let's have"sll InT srea.Counrll. ,
partner for Hasklins & Sells in the autograph pany. morning for Camp Cloverleafnear for persons to gain access to the documented proof before us be. members nuKgerfedthat

Washington, declined to answer This Is the first year that the Lake Placid to attend athree.day bench via the easement, It Is fore reselling decision" After the |iaikliiR. < ,'ommttt..lleill

r. any questions about the five. annuals did not come out In session of the "Dee claimed. some more discussion, Hoff on the question of how til gate
t' page financial statement. He re. April. The student body electedto Keepers' Institute" The boys City Attorney David Spingler mann's motion carried. the most revenue from' 'lurking

ferred all questions to Everett have an August distribution. , ., will be accompanied by Joe White, this morning told Counrll his In the pier arena This revenue
Shifflet, a partner In the firm's sell assistant county farm agent. opinion was that the 1950: CouncU' .
The reason? Previously the would be used to |IllY off Inter.est .
New York headquarters. The attendance of the 4-11 Club sole Intent In establishingthe Swanson Admits
Neapolitans only covered the so , and helt| (my off the |nln.cljul .
"I'm not familiar with what'sIn e'a members Is a bit unusual, said easement was for maintenance
on the $47,500 Imiik IINIII.
school until the middleof Part In ;
the report," Van Arsdale year up Whltesell because the Institute of the Alligator Lake out. BurglaryOf Parking revenues inuld com
said. He said document February. With later distribution let culvert, and for utilities.
the was actually planned as a workshop Food Dank from meters or Mom havliiK a
prepared In the New York of. It was possible to cover for adult bee keepers. But L.A. Orlck, Council mem. gale-keeper r'dlenI horn. earl
fice. theetnlreyear.rlghtuptograduadon. Bianchi, a six-year member of ber at the time the ordinance The
sheriff's office reported motorist a* he Pllt.rll,1 l the off.
White House press secretary Before, some the Collier County 4-H Club, and passed, said he recalled that It today that Edward Swanson had street lot, It wan NUKResleil.
George Reedy declined to say highlights of the year- with three years experience In was not Ms Intent to close off admitted he participated In the Councilman Francis: Ford said
why Johnson ordered the financial season, the Senior Class bee keeping, has proved an out. access to the Gulf by voting for that Jeannette Pa., using the
burglary of the Food Dink <<
study and its release. the Junior-Senior OFF the lit'196 I Neapolitan are the standing success In the effort, the ordinance, and he disagreedwith < on latter system, ieall/e l $4,000
However, In the 1952presiden. graduation --had to be (left to right) Betty and Barbara Sa- and Is competing a vtate-wlde Splngler's opinion.So July 12, and Implicated a second monthly revenues from tt 280.

Hal campaign, Adlal) E. Stevenson Everyone at the cafeteria The covers<< to the new annuals are the contest for state awards In beekeeping did Councilman Francis man who Is being sought car lot.This.
the Democratic nominee, Ford who read ordinance and by the Sheriffs Department.
seemed kind featuring a deep blue coloring with morning's meeting<< was
day to
made public a rundown on his agree lettering NEWS The boys will attend along with emphasized the phrase, "the Swanson (Is now In the county the first In some moths whir hall
a far better ( photo)
financial position. A like state was adults classes In a study of honey aforesaid easement having pre. jail for allegedly\ breaking and Coum members were |>re.
meet was Issued later by his Students who were not extraction equipment; loading and vlously been dedicated to the pub. entering the Crls-Tsl Market song Council reiessed Its regular .

opponent, Republican Dwight D. had others pick up their unloading equipment for bee col. lie forever for roadway purposesand with two other men also held. In meeting shortly before noon
Eisenhower. The underclassmen will Screams Of VictimOf onles marketing and trends In for general travel of the
Stage ; ; jail The three men, Swanson and was hethiletl 1 to re<'onvene
Financial figures for Sen. Bar. their annuals to school bee keeping, They will enter also public Archie Lee Smith and Henry Lee at l30 for the mobil'| | hearing
ry Goldwater, the 1964 Republi. September and get those After Thugs ThoughtTo a contest In "hive nailing." Mrs Richard Brashear, who Johnson were surprised in the on Sanitary Sewer Distrdt No

can presidential nominee, were tures they missed Monday He Heatlc FanSAN The boys will work In the mess attempted, I (final) assessment roll.
given out Aug. 13 by the Val. In the meantime, the hall at the camp to pay for board RegistrationTime burglary by Naples
ley National Bank of Phoenix, seniors Scare FRANCISCO (4P> A and room, Whltesell said. policemen. In the melee both
Ariz., which administers the were busy Monday woman was beaten unconscious, Whltesell said 4.11 Club mem. At Schools Swanson and Naples I'ollce Officer -

Goldwater trust accounts. trying to get as many (AP) CI. shot and robbed In her room at hen from the county usually dodo Jerry Winebrenner "were City To Start
The holdings of Goldwaterand as possible. have rocketed back the Hilton hotel Tuesdayher not attend this adult camp, Superintendent of Schools wounded In the shoulder.

his wife were shown as to. This year's annual slump that followed a reams for help mistaken by a but state agents viewing the records W.D. Reynolds today reminded In the July 12 burglary of

tallng $1.7 million as of June 30, cluded: Co-editors, Dent 2)V report In January maid for shrieks of girls waiting Blanhl hauxtaLlI.hed over parents and students thai re* the Food Dink It was reported Street Repair

largely In stocks. Barbara Savidge; to lung cancer and! for the Beatles the past three years, recommend. gist rations For the 1964-65 that 650 cartons of cigarettes -
Liz and Paula Gertrude Goodman of ed attendance.Blanchl's City Manager Vince Wood
Moreau Marys will school term are being held lln( 20 boxes of cigars 10
Wyk, Kathy Ryan, Judy shipped almost vllle, Calif., about 50, was taken be checked by state agents and each school dilly now, from or 12 transistor radios, and says It Is the City's aim to
Rules NeighborsWho key Diane Rivers Nancy cigarettes June to Children's Hospital critical the results will be announced possibly 9 i.ni. until 12 noon. other miscellaneous merchandise get started on the $30,000 !
of about 8.5 per cent condition Police said a bullet around mld.ejitember
v In Noonan and ; street-rebuilding as
,Sally Judy Students are expected to enroll program
On was taken.
Complain 1963, the Internal had grazed her head. White ull said
after October 1
burg. The concensus of In schools where will soon as pos-
Service announced to. About 2,000 fans of the British "He has an excellent chance they Swanson Implicated an accomplice -
Zoning, PrivilegedMIAMI dents seems to be that the singing group swarmed around gaining state-wide honors," the attend School opens Monday described as "a mi- Bible
has done a superb job. August 31. "We will try to get as much
cigarettes were making the hotel before the Beatlesreached assistant agent said. grant
(AP)-People who re. ebark, cigar sales the hotel four hours la. done before the Stan of the
port their neighbors for coning NEW FEATURES In June ter. reason as we can." he said. I
violations have the legal right features The 130,000 project was Inserted
Many new cigars, to which many "'tI ,'' :
to remain anonymous, County corporated Into this early this year, took a Held For MurderOf : ft'11; !, .rJgI// 4rf, Into the tentative 1964-
Atty. Thomas Brit ton ruled tJ..d .
Inside 65
cover Is a color Shipments dropped tJI.. j budget by City Council last
Tuesday.The rN
supplied million In May to 38 Both Parents week.
ruling came after Metro
Director A memorial page Is June. But the June fi r",: ). Council took note that there
coning R. F. Cook was
still double that for MIAMI Richard Worth.
to former President are some streets In Naples
asked to release the name of
In June 1983. Ington 22year.old< jun.
Kennedy which Included not covered In the street-and-
the who complainedabout i
8.J per cent Increase bur college student, was In Jail
an alleged coning viola. page picture and to a normal year-to- today on charges he murderedhis genera section of the 1063

tlon at Stott Landscaping Ser (Continued on page of 2 or 3 per cent. foster parents ? obligation bond Is-
vice. tue, that need rebuilding. Wood

Hid examples of these streetsare

I Big Day Sunday For Local FlotillaIn some Drive 17ih,shone 12th Avenue Avenue streets North South, Coif and

This fall's $30,000 project

1939, 25 years ago the UJ5. ment extending over a 10-year Flotilla, Inc A.P. Ayers Is Guard<: Auxiliary In the 7th Dis will not call for any additionalstorm

Coast Guard Auxiliary was born.. period with option for renewal. president of the organization. trict. Invitations have gone out drainage work. Wood
thus it's silver anniversary time Sunday's program Includesthe Other officers Included Frank to Rear Admiral Irvin J. Stevens said Drainage of the streets

for auxiliary flotillas everywhereIn dedicatory ceremony 2:30 Clayton. vice president; Donald U.S.C G. commander of 0 Involved probably can be tiedIn

1964 .., and a very special p.m. followed by boat tripsto Smith secretary; Edgar Shaner the Auxiliary 7th District; to with the Improved storm-
occasion for the Naples Flotilla Gordon Pass through Naples treasurer; Louis McLean dlr c. Commander W.J. Doom drainage system being financed

93 on Sunday August 23. Bay, and cocktails and a buffet tor; and E. Cope Smith, build. U.SC.G. director of Auxiliary by the bond issue
Ing committee chairman who 7th District; and to Capt CA,
At 2:30 p.m. next Sunday ceremonies at the station at 4:30 p.m. Halpin Inc. of Venice
Invitations have gone out to Is also training officer Donald Richmond I'JS.C.G., St. Peters presently
will be held to Is
the 57 members of the Naples Queeney is communications of. burg Air Station. working on s $583.
permanent headquarters of Flotilla and their wives. Sun. ficer.Ajtrs. Auxiliary officers Invited In. 483 street-and-dralnage pro
the local Coast Guard Auxiliary, day's activities will be limitedto also heads up the Naples elude Miguel A. Colorado, com. Ject on the south side of town.

marking an important date In the members and wives, but plans Flotilla 93 as commander modore District 7; C.K.Shogren, This work along with i $139.
13.year.old history of the local call for an "open house" date Other officers of the auxiliary Division 9 captain; and Dr. E.C. 100 storm water pumping star

organization.The for the public In the near future are Ralph Carlson, vice commander Prince Division 9 vice captain. PERMANENT HEADQUARTERS for the Naples Flotilla 93 of the ties, Is the first part of thebondissuefinanced
new headquarters stationIs ; Margaret Welch, secretary . Local officials Invited Include Coast Guard Auxiliary will be dedicated in ceremonies Sunday August : $1.580

located at the fat of Broad WHO'S WHO ; and Edgar Shatter treasurer Mayor Archie Turner and City 2-1: by prominent Coast Guard officer The $10,000 station, built by 000 street-drainage
Avenue the CoveCongress
South near new The new station costing about Manager Vincent Wood, Jr. The
men,bers. and equipped with the most modern communications The City plans to let
systems another
Inn. The
permanentelation $10,000 with most of the money The officers of the local aux. Rev Richard T. Lambert of the
30 by 60 feet, is locatedon coming from Flotilla members Wary will be assisted In the Trinity.bY-lhe-Cove Episcopal will add Importantly to boating/ safety in the area. 'There .ia contract next spring to cover
land leased from the City has been constructed by the or. ceremonies by U.S. Coast Guard Church will read the Invocation nothing like it anywhere In the U.S.," a prominent boating editor wrote the rest of the street-drain

jundir-a $l.per-year arrange. ganlzatlon known as the Naples officers and officers of the Coast at the dedication ceremony, recently in describing the atation. (NEWS photo) age work under the bond Issue.1. .,




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Jaycees Hold District Caucus

Problems . I"

Sign I. ,. Here; Plan For State MeetingThe

Remain In Council Hair
:Naples Junior Chamber promotion, Bowlerama, Because era1! political J amendments' ,
Csre.JunlorTennis resolutions were passed thank
hosted 15th JC's
it I Commerce a
Parking problems "of mag. the city continue to plague and and Golf have already ing Ballantine for their co-host
nltudo" alone Fifth Avenue, baffle Cltv Council. J Jistilct caucus at the Tahitian Junior
I been Cecil stared ing, s "regards to the chef"
South and Cove Congress Inn Saturday,
requests for advertl"Ine Council session this
morn. the Naples for the Cove's table delicacies
signs in various parts ofT ing wrestled with both problems I tgnlng area Jaycee clubs After displaying ,
and vlsttorlal salute
chartCecil discussed s to National
A politically for the state confer- operational
lengthy discussion and
friendly one, ensued when, the a l', ence slated for Lakeland August the procedures which netted Director Moore for hu

item Jls' and 22nd. the Naples group more national attendance.The .
agenda on a request by '
Roy Ingram for a second story f \ ;" More than 25 Jaycees from Jaycee swards than any newly formed 15th Dls

I II addition to property he occupies he ower Gulf Coast heard talks other city In Florida. trict Includes the lower Gu I

along Fifth Avenue was brought ?, A om' National Director Merrill During the business portionof Coast cities from Venice '"i

oU up The proposed ordinance i 4r ". \'re: of ;at. Petersburg, State the day, the Jaycee wives Naples. State Vice Preside!,,*
(change on which a public hear. a Resrdon
r Schoen-
Jl'J )I. trice 1 resident George Reardon were guests of E.P. George congratulated
It'.?.rm.tinlto not lug will be held September 16, i' ,Naples,newly appointed State thaler, owner of the new Tahitian Paul Poorheart who arrange
WAS the stumbling block In the \:
that a recent Sinatra re- \ Chairmen Hank Caballero and Cove, enjoying hospitalIty the caucus assisted by Chru
lea>. la a number railed morning way of a Council decision this .7 }, '' red 3chmucker of Naples, and room and pool privileges Inkier, Bob Austin and John

"Tina", which happen to ingram's request had been re. t K( ., !local presidents representing \fter the acceptance of sev- Leavitt.

be the name of bin young. ferred to the Zoning Board of '; 'M 1 uma Gorda, Fort :Myers and

eat daughter Another Sin. Appeals which In (turn referredIt ;Naples.

atra tune of some years back to Council without re. - '..-' ... .y' \, Moore, flying In with his St.

ago was the successful commendation, stamping it of Petersburg delegation for the

"Nancy", recorded for his "such magnitude" that only OWNER Ed Schoenthaler (left ) of the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn caucuscongratulated the members -

other daughter . Walter Council could act upon It. congratulates Fred Schmucker and Hank Caballero on their new ap of "Florida's Fabulous

\Mnch, narrator of Ingram stated his problemsand pointments to State Chairmanships Fifteenth" for their many ; M
classified them as only"minor" yr
"The UntouchabUa", lends worthwhile projects and called
In an overall picture
his familiar rapld-fire which Council will have to facein and Coodloe McDowell voted Seed for State leadership in the many
To CloudsIn
style to "The Story of the future. It was pointed "no" on a motion to grant the County different civic categories..

Murder, Int." for the Dot out that Fifth Avenue, South, request. Fort Myers President Jerry

label. . It seems to have cannot continue to be a section The Combs Motel was grant. Nevada FightTo Chard announced his club's efforts w
ed permission to erect a sign,
slipped by without much of "flat tops," and other pro. but may not have to take it CourtTwentytwo to erect their own clubhouse -

notice, but Norm Zim- party owners along the avenue down in the future at the own.er's Halt FiresELKO To promote tourismIn
has will be faced with problems of the "City of Light", Chard
mar apparently replaced expense. The sign will
of the 27
expansion as the city grows. cases
stated that the Fort MyersIay-
the long-departrd go up in a 25Joot strip of land Nev. AP
Council was generally In agree ( ) Firefighters before Judge Richard Stanley
Alice ton aa Welk'a vocalist where according to City Attorney cees would "arrest" several
planned to resort to In
ment that the problem has"mag. County Court Monday dealtIn
. nltude." Ingram pointed out David Splngler, the own. cloud seeding today In hopes of some phase with motor ve- vacationing couples and tour

Let your musical career the situation looked "hopeless"but ershlp Is In "limbo. creating more rain to help them hicles. and failure them through the area. rri
Speeding to
begla with a fine organor City Manager Vince Wood Naples Improvement Com control huge fires which have The broad Naples civic slate,
have a valid driver's license
pany's Little Farms, original blued in northeast Nevada consisting of 64 community pro
piano from VAN HER was unwilling to accept this tab
owners, transferred the 25-foot since Saturday were the leading charges.The .
VEER MUSIC CENTER and promised a solution In a co. jects, was explained by Naples
to the City which In turn following forfeited bonds
strip ,
operative effort of the City,mer. prexy, Marvin Cecil "Eight
1949 .9th St. Look over Bureau of Land Management
deed It
to to
the State
planned posted on speeding charges ( '
chants along Fifth Avenue, and officials estimated that about projects, including Blood Bank
our quality Instruments, customers Involved. Road Department for rights-of. David K. Willard, $35; BruceW

talk with our music counselor Many facets of the problems way In t future widening of the 3 OOOO have acres been of valuable burned In rangeland the Ptxson, $25} Harvey W.

and let us guld your Involved and possible solutions North Trail. fire.strlcken declared Gregory, $25: Paul F, Mc-
region a
When all transfers and deeds ,
selection for lasting ..tl.! were reviewed, but the agenda have been closed and the SRD disaster area by Gov. Grant Cory, $25| Helen Jene. $25; Must
faction and enduring en Item was tabled until Septem. 'Sawyer LeRoy J. Jacobs $251 and Obey
of the
gains possession strip,
joyment. Call MI6 32 ber 16, at which time results of Robert D. Teal, $35.
the sign probably will have to
more study will be available Showers late Tuesday helped 1
for counsel anytime. Otherbonds ordered estreat
come down. The motion to grant
contain two of the fires, but
OUR SHEET MUSIC ON SIGNS the request Included this proviso. winds fanned the massive ed were as follows GeorgeF. Laws LBJ

DEPARTMENT IS THE Council was assisted In a The request of the Cadillac. Boulder Flat-Maggie Creek Frank, Jr., following too

LARGEST IN SOUTHWEST favorable decision on a sign for Am co Service Station to enlarge blaze northwest of Elko through closely, $35; Godfrey Daniels, ,

FLORIDA. STOPIN the Holiday Inn, when represen. a sign at Its location was referred 15 miles of grass and brush In a Jr., no valid driver's license;

AND LOOK AROCND tatlves of the firm announced a to the Sign Committee. few hours. $25; Jack C. Spears, no road NAPLES Jaycee President Marvin Cecil (left)

reduction In the size of the sign This action followed a word pi c. tax plate $25 and no cab card, Tells U.S. explains to the 15th District Croup the civic slate

Van Der Veer requested from 466 square feet ture of the non-conforming signsIn The Boulder Flat-Maggle $25; and Frank Lanza, no for- which brought Naples more national awards than

to 344 square feet There will the area by a representative Creek complex accounted for hire permit, $50. WASHINGTON (AP) Say. any other Florida city. State V.P. George Rear-
of the Richards Sign Co. Council more than 180,000 acres of
Music Center be an arrow In the sign that members wanted to take a blackened range In an area 30 to George H. Goethe paid a $35 Ing It Is time to speak franklyon don is at right.Syncom ,

lea travels and a star that twlnk. first hand look before acting on 40 miles west and northwest of fine on a charge of failure to racial troubles, President
Naples Shopping CenterPh. In a roll call vote both the request Elko. have vehicle under control and Johnson has declared the na.

Ml 2-6632 Councilmen Carl 0. HoffmannDRASTIC Some lightning flashed Tuesday William C. Hoffman paid S $25 tlon's fate will not be derided

HEARING DATE but there were no reports fine for falling to have a valid "by street" rioters and night 3 Orbit Deemed

NII Ye Council set the date Septem. of new fires. Nearly all the big driver's license raiders
\ ber 19 at 9 a.m., for a public blazes of the past five days James W. Buchanan, chargedwith "We demand and we are
to have for law
going respect
hearing of the proposed 196- were set by lightning.Fire .
driving while license was and order In this land Johnson
66 City budget. crews totaled about 2,000 suspended or revoked,was sen- said Tuesday In addressing, Success In Early StageCAPE
Council considered
a petition men, many of them Indian pro.
tenced to a fine of
lillf'i coming from 23: residents along fesslonals from throughout the pay $250or members of the Citizens Com.
spend $125 In mittee for Community Relationsthat -
22nd Avenue, North, that some. West days Jail,
thing should be done to stop plus 10 days. Saul Brown, will help Implement the KENNEDY, Ha. (AP) ally, Canadian and European|

/ drag-racing, speeding: and unnecessary on s drunken driving charge, new Civil Rights Act The Syncom 3 communica.lions ., viewers probably will 8e..n ore

noises along the avenue. Turks Return ..,? was given the option of f 250 Using the occasion to lecturethe satellite, Intended to relay*ftUUn film\ relayed by Syncom:

-' ." Dust control measures| pr 125 days, plus 10 days In country on the racial issue, television pictures, of the Octd. 3'than will those In the'United

were also sought. Units To NATOPARIS jail, and his driver's license Johnson spoke, sharply about ber Olympic Games in Japan States.

: DEMOINSTRr : Police Chief Ben Caruthers ordered revoked. speculation on the effects of the quickly to North America and The three-stage TAD-thrust

-11 promised cooperation and said (AP) Turkish air The case of Fred E. Camp- "white backlash" In the forth. Europe, rocketed Into a prelim. augmented Delta I rocket bar.\
perhaps radar control of speed. units withdrawn from the At. bell coming election Inary orbit today en route to a reled away from Cape Kenned
_. charged with theft
lie said it Is time to
Ing might be Initiated. Wood lantlc Alliance defense system "cease planned stationary |fast high at 7:15: a.m. (EST) to proiiel
and Caruthers have been Invitedby last week were returned today was continued. Also continued this cynical guessing of who will above the Pacific Ocean the lrum.shai l satellite Into
to NATO was the case of William Sutton, be helped who will be hurt -
school administrators to speak command. Officials were cheered by the the "transfer" orbit a great
11/1A1\/ n before the students about the The Turkish units were with. charged with no valid driver's by disorders and disobedience eatly success of the mission egg.shaiwd route ranging from

\ :"' problem on the opening day of drawn for use In carrying out license. George P. Abowd received and disrespect for the decency But the "Olymph Star satellite about 700 to 22,300 miles above

school sorties over Greek Cypriot po. a suspended sentenceof of our society must execute a number of complex the earth and requiring about II

Council gave a favorable sltlons on Cyprus $25 or 25 days on s chargeof "ALL WILL BE HURT" maneuvers in the next 12 hours for each pass.

SAVINGSON vote to a resolution authorizing A spokesman for Supreme failure to yield right-of- days to shift Its orbit and reach The National Aeronautics and
the Headquarters Allied Powers "All will be hurt none will Its the world's first tru.
city manager and others to In goal as Space/ Admlnlsti.itlon reported
enter an agreement with the ACL Europe said Turkey Informed way.June be helped if responsible clt. ly synchronous stationary 30 minutes alter launching that
E. Becker paid a $25 Izens sit on the sidelines regard.
Railroad which will permit the NATO early today it was return. satellite. all three roc kot stages had |"r.
5 NEW Ing the units to NATO fine on a worthless check ing the stability of our societyas ( While 3 Is
City to Install water mains and control. Syncom a research formed as planned and the 145.
sewer lines under the tracks. charge. Robert WHickschar- a spectator sport vehicle and) television Is nut Its pound, /package of communications :
ged with violating probation was The question facing the na. main job, successful intercumiti.nental Instiuments course
was on
1964 DEMONSTRATORSSAVE Smith To Attend Annual. . continued on probation. A pre- or tlon Negroes, he said will, Is vote not how in Novem.whites transmission of Olympic and sending, strong; signals

sentence Investigation was pictures would be the most dra. Syncom 3's next hurdle will
ber "the Is how
UP TO $1,000 ON OUR (Continued from page 1)) ordered In the case of CothranL. shall, work together question and succeed we matlc performance so far by be rearmed stout 28 hours after

SeminarJohn Duncan, charged with communications satellites lawn'hliig-bout 11 a.m. Thurs
Agents for the next hundred
1964 DEMONSTRATORS Another new feature was the
U.S. Japanese, Canadian and
trespassing Douglas M. Beck Novembers to day-when It reaches the 22,300.
deleting of the "Senior class come.
A. Smith of the Smith-Lei, was sentenced to 10 days In Americans, he said, can mas. European Interests plan to mlle.hlgh point of its orbit fur
favorites. Instead the
annualhadoustanding"Campus spend nearly $1 million to demo the third
PRICED TO SELL NOW her Ins., Inc., Naples, has been Lead jail on a trespassing chargeand ter the racial problem "or we onstrate television time. Than a smallroi
Olympic : ,
cap. kpt j Is i ti I 11' i i I" I i "I''? I
selected as one of 150agents from a pre-sentence Investigation can leave it to master us" and
ers, and also named were Mr. ability with Syncom 3. Practlc. command to
Jockey the satellite
24 states to attend the Advanced was ordered on a chargeof the question all citizens must
Insurance Agency Management MIS, Jackie Kline, and Miss ask themselves Is "are we pre. ally none of the transmissionwill out of its wtdeswlngtng transfer
HSDeeda petit larceny. be live, primarily becauseof path Into ,
Pa rsons.Also scat- a circular orbit .bout
Seminar at Vanderbilt Univer A motion of quash with leaveto pared to give up our prosperityand time differences, and Ironic. 22,300 miles
tered throughout the annual was and let up.
ally, Nashville, Tenn. amend was accepted In the peace our preju.
The the use of color--wlthgoldpho dices make of us all? -- -
3.day seminar, attracting paupers
case of Cecil E. Arnold char-
2-Doors Imperial students from 24 states, Is spon. tos mixed In with the usual black "Are we of this generation to

4-Doora Chrysler cored by theSouthern Agents Con. and white ged with depriving. The case be remembered for allowing

ference of the National Association Next, a page was devoted to of William p. McCoy, chargedwith America's progress to run I NOON STOCKS I

Hardtop* Plymouth of Insurance Agents. Ten "Evil Eye Fleagle," the new depriving, was continuedfor aground on the shoals of rate?" A

V,8'i Baracuda agents from each Southern state N11S mascot, who was "born" 60 days A nation of courage, compas.
were eligible for selection to at. slon and common sense, John.
Kg Sue 1-Valiant tend this seminar. Each student this year. Then followed the 1, son added, "must not and will NEW YORK (AP- Stocks at noon|

becomes a participant in the agen. classes and organizations. News From not allow Its greatness to be de.

cy management seminar, bring. "Sorts" had two new additions graded by those who work only Chal 19% Inc Pap' 33'/l

ing to the meetingtheoutstanding this year--track and golf. for its division' Alcoa 67Va Jones L 82%

management Ideas utilized In his Homecoming was accented with County RecordsCOMMON The President returned to the Am Air 421'/' Kail AI 341/

agency.At the use of gold pictures. "Stu subjec t of racial problems later Am Can 44? Ken'cuit 87T/,
the conclusion of the 3-day dents of the Month" Were honored in the day when he spoke to Am Cyan 81 > Llg A My 81 %
LOW LAW DOCKET some 90 U.S. marshals In town Am Mot 15 /4 Loch'd 35%
meeting, a transcript of the best in a two-page spread. '
MILEAGE management ideas Is prepared Polly Hathaway, head cheer for a ('onferene'e. gathered on AT&T 70 ,. Lorlllard 45%
Basil W, House vs White! House lawn. Am Tob 31
for distribution to Insurance Eugene the Mag'vox 30 V4
ag. leader, was honored as Basket '
endes througout the country, Robinson ... auto negligence. He reminded the marshals Amp Cp 1'71,4 MM&M 58%
Bowl Queen. Memories followed
John Allen Slottag d/b/a AI)- that lawlessness is found in Anaconda 48/1 Mohasco 14'/
:ate drupa com with the 1963promandClass eslgns vs E.P. Shoenthaler d/ many places and many forms" Arvour 441 Mona'to 79! %
from animals, of '963 play, "Get Up and Go." Babcock:
b/a Tahitian Cove Congress and added "sophisticated syn. Mont Wd 381/4
Also Included were the 1964 dlcates which systematically Beth Stl 981,4S6i Nat Dlst 28%
Inn... Judgment.
wW prom, "Italian Holiday" and evade the law are no more tol. Boeing N.Am Av 49'/4
DQWN Excellent graduation June I, 196-&. The cable to a Uw.abldlng society Border 75 /i Penney 56',4
MARRIAGES Brunswk 8'AAllls
Bank Rate Terms annual was aptly finished with than spontaneous street demon. Pa RR 34

PAYMENT I a picture of tired, but finished Licenses Issued stratlons whl h degenerate into Cater Celanese Tr 68Vi 32>% Pep Col 56',',

annual staff disregard for the law." Phil Mar 79
Henry Hamm and Bertie Lou Chrysler 54\\ Phlll Pet 54%
This Year's annual had 144
Coca Col 138V.
ise Nash Naples. RCA 31'/i
Pales of features and 29 pagesof Com EJ] 54 H
John Christopher Jr. and Rep StlRevlon 43433V4
Thomas Dawson Con Eclls 83 V
Mrs. Mortland
Florencllla Fuller, linmoka-
reported that 400 annuals had lee. Named Airman Of Cont Dow Che Can 49)4) Key Tob 44 Va
WE ALWAYS HAVE A CAR been: ordered this year-- with Celedonlo M, Rodrigues, EAL StReg p 30',4
TO FIT tat a a few extras. W, according Odessa, Mich., and Minerva :Month At Post- EJCodak 129Firestone Seaboard 52%

YOUR BUDGET chase at ne cafeteria Men- Eaplnoza, Naples Airman Second Class ThomasW. 41$, Sears Sinclair 1211/4 4C1,
;11 1 night, It Is the "best ," Fla Pw 50$
ye' Roy Lewis Peacock and Sue Dawson, son of Larry U Socony 80k
---- Nell Rolls, Immokalee. Dawson of 808 Myrtle Ter., Na. Fla PAL 79% SouthnC 611,4

pies, has been selected Outstand.Ing Ford 52?. SperryR 13%
Also Airman of the Month In his Frmst Da 12UFrepSul Brand 761,4

40 CLEAN USED TRADE INS Strategic Air Command (SAC) 361/4 StONJ 86>/4Parking

TO CHOOSE FROM WW Frontier Lines squadron Ark at Blythevllle AFB, Go o Dye 30'32ft{ Studebak 8'..
Swift 54
AuIED Asks PermissionTo Airman Dawson a weapons Gen El 83H Texaco 82

mechanic, was chosen for the Gen Fds 91t Thlokol 13
liar DAyte 5LVO. lass Up Service honor In recognition of his ex. Gen Mais 42ft U Carbld 121V4OnltMrc
: emplary conduct and duty Gen Mtrs 94 ft
P per. 50%
/fc/l. ,OUu WASHINGTON (AP) Fron. formance. He Is assigned to Goodrich 54 HGoodyr Un Fruit 20%
," ALLIED. SCNVfCar! COS ::: tier Airlines of Denver asked 43\j
.rvi lnf 1 IMPERIAL : JEEP L Comm.renl and Oom..ti. R.lrif.f.tion' Civil Aeronautics Board permls. Squadron, which supports the Greyhnd 25'A Unlv Mat 13
lion Monday to broaden its Gulf Oil 5<%
pro. SAC mission of keeping the na. WestgEl S5/4
SALES JCRVICE 4iir posal for service between Seattle lion's Intercontinental missiles Int Harv 80'/i Wlnn Dix 35%

U$ 41 JO,VENICC'8640 NTAMIAMI TRAIL,NAPlU'V-t Mia 6SSI 1 and Miami. and jet bombers on constant alert. Int Nick 79 Woolwtlj 21'1.t,1 V

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could well be expected this
time of year traffic Is show.
JFtC.OuJ61ll'LE.5' Ing a slight decrease when com
'. ,1 s pared to previous weeks. A
i. S total of 37 passengers boarded
Naples Airlines between The
Gulf City and Miami last week,
J\\l: : )1.\IUlS :: ;
This figure is still a favorable
Increase over the 28 fares car.
vv OO }/ rled during the same period last
't'1J year Traffic In general is up
If you think It has been warm here, consider the close to SO per cent for the en.

'" w... ,,' ., ",_ people who have come from St. Louis to cool off (Of F'A k tire summer season to date, and
J course, there has been a real chill up there in the last the next month or six weeks will
Two young hostesses at a New York World's Fair patlllon are caught during a special tell the tale on the overall pic.
grooming course. Learning to care for neglected eyebrows (left) was high on the agendafor few days, but at least our weather is consistent) lure for the off-season months.

I"r. the more than 300 young women enrolled by their companies at a New York salon. Mr and Mrs. R. D Kerckhoff are in their Gordon .

Some were overweight and the young lady (right)) appears ready to follow her New \e r's Drive home for three weeks. While here they are enjoying *
resolution to diet and exercise. the balmy breezes as well as visits with their Mx turned out of the Naples

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chlumskywho Aero Marine shops last Satur.
live in Miami. day sporting a brand new en.
Grooming Fair HostessesFLUSHING line plus all new or overhauled .
Peter Blumeyer end his guest, Phillip Meyer are at accessories. While the new

the Blumeyer home also on Gordon Drive. Mr Blu engine was being Installed the

MEADOW typical of those brushing up seemed to cling to bushy, meyer with Nancy and Jimmy and his brother, Father airframe slve check was, the landing given M gear exten.and

N.Y,-As millions sample the on their grooming long hair Those who refused James Blumeyer S. J., have returned to St louis. flap systems were reworked anda
wares of the present and future to have their hair cut and restyled And Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Barbour and their chil 4 cleaning and waxing Inside and
in New York World's Kay Reed, in charge of the so it would be neat TLOVELY out was accomplished After the
Fair pavilions here, they unconsciously salon i program, revealed the learned to put it up in a dren, Mike and Amy, are spending 10 days with Mrs. aircraft was test flown, It was
see another product most common faults the salon French twist, she said. Barbour's parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl Clemmer Sunday N takento Fort Lauderdale for radio

of U.S. know-how-the corrected. Since the hostessesare the Clemmers entertained Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reitz and work and paint touch up. When
well-groomed, American a cross-section; the points As for their posture: "Just >. ;;;s-- - -.--_. the ship comes back later In
girl. made touch us all watch women walking down their guest, Mrs Helen Cordell. the week, It should be all set
the street. The sight is far Mrs. Cordell is Mr. Reitz' sister and has been tour. Lana Slonijrer.' !Mm Sunken' Gardens' of for the heavy schedule in store

The young women were Sadly neglected were eye. from attractive," Miss Reed ing South America for the last three months. She is seeIng 19(5( ; officially welcomes) all Florida residents to for It during the coming months
chosen for personality and intelligence brows, hairstyles and posture commented. She explainedshe Sunken' Gardens in St. IMmbuiir dining the The shop has been busy with several .
by the firms they referred to the hard Naples for the first time and will be here a week month of September PioM'ntinir any boiufide oilier ships that were In

represent. While their heads Miss Reed said she was slump or slouch women sink before going on to her home in Burlingame, Cal. identification ouch as a Honda < were being filled with infor. amazed to see the girls with into because they have seen, Speaking of California, Mrs Arnold Burton has plansto will admit the resident to this attraction for a spectlons. In addition to this"
routine maintenance "Rosie
mation to answer almost any their eyebrows growing"wlllynllly" high fashion models pictured small service chaise' Children under( 12 admitted ,
fairgoer'i questions, the host. They also that way Other walking fly out to San Francisco the end of the month In the who heads up the shop artlvt
free. Sunken Gal'elens' management i ill making Urn
also faults are plodding and the she New York for her ties, has been busy supervising
esses got pointers on how meantime, is on a buying trip in inform Morlda residents of
offer effort to
in nn cat working on a twin Beech
to during keep long neat hours and fight fatigue "straddle walk Little Coquina Shop. Mr Burton will join her tomorrow, what there is to nee in our home state. craft that will be used for aer.
on duty.
Children Admit Since constant standing and and they will go to their cottage in Sacandaga, N. Y. The lal fogging This ship Is si in I.

More than 300 took part ina Shutting Door walking face the hostesses, Randy Burtons and their three children will be there tar to the one being consideredby
Deeda ParsonsTo the Control
Naples Mosquito
20day crash course in they learned to stand with the from California, aid; the Burtons' daughter, Mrs. Donald Report ProgressIn District, and will be based In
Of weight on the ball of the foot
Refrigerator ,
grooming at a famous Fifth with one foot slightly back Dallman, Mr Dallmanand their two children of Schenec Control Cure Enter Virginia Immiikalee.

Avenue salon (Helena Rubin. BALTIMORE (AP) Police and to the side When walk tady will complete the family reunion. Intermont College Those riding Naples Miami
last week included Mr and Mrs.
stein). The 23 who other children have admit.
representthe say ing, they learned the weight
Ed Parelll, E.A. "Doug" Hen.
Travelers Insurance Com ted shutting the door of an should be on the ball of the Of Lukemia Miss Deeda Parsons daughter and
abandoned Icebox In which foot and to walk from the legs HAVING A "BAIL"Connie of Mr and Mrs. Robert dry, P.M. rrancueur, Mr.
panics of Hartford. Conn., are_ three children suffocated.The and not the hips Cook, who Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. WASHINGTON (AP) A. new Parsons of 179-nih Avenue Rulil Mrs. Carl Gllddmi and Ben
victims, Howard Banks, cancer research development, will attend Vlr
W Miller Cook is having whirl beaching, fishing, and
Ben Blue Enters 5, Dorene Alston, 5, and Mar. a which a Senate group says fore glnla Iniennont College, Drls*
lene 8 found cooking out. arrived from Cleveland where Mrs. shadows a likely major break .
Kennedy were They
Picks Horse Up rot, V*., for session 1964-65 Fear Wearing
Not Guilty Plea 10 had through In pinpointing the
the after
Aug. day Cook saw many of our regular winter residents, Including beginning September IS,
To Tax Evasion a disappeared garage| behind, In an a old house Icebox In the In For Ride In His Mr. and Mrs. C W Jackson, and Mrs. Marcus Monaghan leukemia cause of of the chlldltoixl highly became fatal Virginia Iniennont College Undies In Public

f LOS; ANGELES (APCome.dlan block In which they all lived. Little Sports Car Jr known In detail today. established in 1884, Is the largest !May Hurt Trade

Ben Blue has pleaded Innocent Patrolmen Nicholas Wlngrove The Jacksons are now vacationing in Canada and The Senate Appropriations junior college for girlsIn
to six counts of Income tax and Frank Wilt said Tuesday MALIBU Calif. (AP) -Some Committee referred to the de. the South and was the first TOKYO (AP) Jaiunese HU.thorltles .
evasion. they were puzzled because the men In sleek, little convertibles will be back at the Canterbury Court early in the fall velopment In general terms in a to be admitted to the Southern are trying to dlsiuur-

The government claimed garage door was closed when pick up girls. Mrs. Monaghan will probably be back In November. report released Tuesday, Com Association of Colleges. Approximately age Tokyo males from wanderIng .
Monday he owes $39,000 addl. the children were found, and so Gordon F. Buck Jr., 29, Gordon Kazanjian of Washington, D. C., spent the meriting on it and other sclent twenty-six states about |>ulill< ly In their un.
tlonal taxes for 1958, 1959 and began questioning neighborhood picked up a horse. fie findings reported In recent will be represented In the 1964- tlerwe.r for fear of the effect It
1960. Trial wlllbeglnSept.. children One minute Buck was doing weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Andon Kazanpan hearings the committee said 65 enrollment. might have nn the tout iat trade
65 miles an hour In his little Sunday, Mrs Kazanjian) leaves for the north and will "Effective methods of prevention The problem has arisen be.
German Porsche on Highway and cure (of leukemia) Not cause of a heat wave and the
be until the middle of October. She will visit with time' you nuke (buttered
101A. away seem distinct possibilities In the tweed >;.rumn. 51 a tupping fur u excellent air conditioning at thy
,n The next, he had a passenger friends and family In and around New York City light of several observations, vegrUhle try iidjing a littli recently refurbished Tokyo Inj!
e In the front seat a horse Mr Ben F. Merwin was in town this week. When he some old and some new." lined lemon rind. ttrni.tloi.jl) AirportRadio ,
named Gambler Perhaps the key finding -
'd'it n Buck's car hit Gambler In the and Mrs. Merwin come from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, male so recently that the scientists :ti, r ,

rear, flipping him Into the seat, In October they will :move into the home on lantern Involved have not yet had
said the California Highway Pa Lane they'have purchased from the Paul Keenans their findings published In medl. 'T'V' '
s :
trol cal literature is that virus ""J ,,,: _
1"I 1"\ 4 Buck swerved off the road. Next week Mr and Mrs. Thor Johnson Jr and their like particles found In the bloodof -- -- -"---

I)I i if iw iy Gambler got out and galloped three children arrive from Syracuse, N. Y They will be some human victims of Ilu. By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP really wanted\ to do as an ac.

Io off here for two weeks with the senior Thor Johnsons, Eighth kemla can apparently be madeto Televlslon.R.dlo Writer tor"
In test totes.The
A veterinarian said Gambler grow laboratory '
t Hut after a lime fashions in
who lives on a nearby ranch, Street, South. development climaxing a lot more to television than commercials started to change
e suffered only a few bruises and Thursday, Mr and Mrs. Stanley Bolger entertained three years of effort dating meets the eye In the, case of gag voices even 22 of them,
emotional from the time when such partl.
I f slight upset.Buck' Col. and Mrs Frank Crittenden, Mr. and Mrs. Harold character actor llerschnl l1ero were no longer In such great de
dented the dies were first found In leuk.m.la
car was nardl It adds up to an annual In.
mand. Bernardl's voice was
,I windshield was broken and the Weed, and Mr and Mrs William Richardson The Bolgersand patients Is a necessary come of around $100,000. caught In that deadly theatrical
d) Inside needed sweeping but it Richardsons have been friends for over 30 years in prelude to pinning down whelh. Bernard!, who has been the traps type-casting.
still er the particles are truly viruses *
t New York City and Garden City, L. I I., and are now livinga and whether, Indeed, they guest ranging star from In television"llonan/a"series to other"I Invested tape about still $300 comedy In an.
few doors from each other on Spinnaker Drive Mr. are directly or Indirectly In. "Dr. Klld.re," Is particularly sketch, and did a lot of other

. $1,000 For Bolger, retired from the executive offices of the Atlantic volved In causing human leu. rrnnsm.'erel for :his portrait of voices with 'soft sex sell,' the
.o kemla the' cynical and soft "
and Pacific Tea and Mrs. have beenin weary new big thing he said.
Company, Bolger It could also be a first step to* hearted Ueut. J.cuby of 114
That worked, tool 'It's a joy
.oI Of their home while the Richardsons movedin wards trying to develop a vac
I Return Lost since April, leukemia. "Peter Gnnn" alvenlures to go to the mailbox and see It
r this week Janet Richardson, who has been with her cine Officials against of the National Can. Ills soml.secret career a pro. stuffed with those lovely residual
fliable started about
one, eight
'. French Poodle parents for the summer, attended Pine Manor cer Institute supplied the infor. years ago when he learned checker'Meanwhile he has been work.

Junior College, Wellesley, Mass, and is entering Stetson mellon when asked by a report there waa a demand fur "char. Ing Meadlly In featured movie
r EVANSTON, Dl. (AP) It's this fall er what the Senate committeewas a<.ter voices" to be used In Idle roles many television assign
I University referring tom In Its report
costing exactly $1,000 for there vision commercials
merits and has found time
turn of their 4.year.old pedlg. Mr and Mrs. John D. Hooker and Carol are In Atlanta The Senate committee gave "I made a I tape recording of for summer stock even
' reed French poodle Flfl, but its views In a report to the Sen. material I'd for
1r Ga., all week Tonight, they will attend SuzanneHooker's some developed
Dr. Marianne Tahl says "she's ate recommending a$140,011,000 a comedy routine that used 22
t worth It." graduation from nurse's training at Grady Memorial appropriation for NCI, plus $10 different voices," he recalled t f

Dr. TaM and her husband, Hospital. Another daughter, Jacquelyn, Airman million more for the Institute's "Then I jumped on my motor Virginia 'i

Henry also a doctor, left their 2nd Class in the Air Force, joined her family in Atlanta special cancervirusresesrch scooter and went from agencyto
two French poodles In the care programs agency selling myself"
of a friend In Los Alamltos, Cal. and then goes on to Briston, Conn., for the rest of her The "gag voices," as Bernsr
ON STAGE Elizabeth Swam, Mascanno and If, when they left to look for a leave. dl calls them, started a whole Florida Flying Games
Daicy Pulliam emote during scene in "Twelfth ALLOWANCE THAT COUNTS
permanent house In Evanston new sideline Ills face never Is
Mr. and Hooker Carol and Suzanne
in "School for are coming Bird Shell and
Night The trio also perform On July 1 Fir walked away. used. He has produced. the ,
Scandal," "ImaKinaiv linalid" and "The Lady'a Mrs. Tahl promptly offered a back to Naples, and Suzanne will temporarily be on the KH.ISV1UF, Ky.' (AIM It voices of a rejected tuna, a
Not For Bununjr" :\Iascnrino is from the Unhei $1,000 reward In an ad in the staff at Naples Community Hospital September 28th win his bent 111\\ birthday ,0"ohhv service station a candy bar, a Floral Notes
tlayhugh| her
from Tuft's University IIIledfOl'd Long Beach Independent "If sent) ii4iilu sick automobile and a squirrel,
of Darcy
sity Tampa,
she returns to Atlanta for duty at Grady. |' him of kinds ash Ih"
Elizabeth whose first movie you have two French poodlesand among others"This .
:\ Mass and ,
l you've grown found of Barbara Bartz, 15.year-old tennis enthusiast, recently note itttched! : turned Into my freedom
"The Feel) of the Thing from Birmingham
was Cove .
them, and anedlsappears.you've spent a month at the Ramey Tennis School In Bemidl| "T. Helen with ill mv .ilea> crusade," said Bernardl. "It tr.yton Old,
England, Just got to get it back," she 11I1< ,'," made me free lo do the things MI a.aata
Minn. Girls from 13 to 17 come from all over the countryfor

said.Monday night, Dr. Tahl's the opportunity to attend this school. Barbara is an

Asolo Theater California friends received a annual winter visitor here with her grandmother, Mrs.
EXCLUSIVE AT RAR telephone call from Doug
Darch a tool and die worker Anne Bartz
Group Has Few who lives In nearby Harmon CHOICE BUYSIN
Our Special Beach. He had FIJI
Individualityin Hours For Fun Dr. TaM said she would be DREAM COME TRUE

. happy to pay Darch the $1,000. At 2:30 Sunday there will be a ceremony dedicatingthe

Asolo SARASOTA Theater-Festival Members company of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Station This is the culmina. A VARIETY OF PROPERTIES

GIFTS perform In 10 shows weekly and annually during July and August tion of much time, labor, and money donated by members
participate in the Festival's Is sponsored Jointly by Florida and friends of the Auxiliary. A dream come true
INTERIORSNow academic program as well State University and the state for all but for three These
especially men in particular
With this busy schedule, the owned Rinding Museums, Apartment site on the
young group finds few hours for it a true f or da"statetheater''. three are Frank Clayton, past commander; Edward Cope

Open go recreation at It with but the when same they do fun,they and theater Called attraction""Florida's, the outstanding Festivalis Smith, Flotilla Training head; and Donald Queeney, communications water Don't miss this 10 acres on new road

FURNISHEDMODEL :zest that audiences enjoy In their also galninglnlernadonalfame officer. chance. East of Pine Ridge -
dally performances at the Ring as the finest repertory company After the ceremony, there will be boat trips to the
Museums' 18th presenting restoration comediesin Aqualane Shores Good terms.
century -
ling to officials a view of Naples, toppedoff
in In Sarasota. the U.S.Starled. pass give visiting :_ _ _
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19. 1944 WASHINGTON (AP) Rock midst world In weaponryand

lm and sock 'im and belt 1m will continue so but thai
chance we get. It Is prepared for any kind Ii
A Few Words On Several Subjects every This clearly seems the John war, big or little

son administration's policy He called American defenses
Goldwater In an "aggregation of force with
It JI to be hoped that the television As long as scientists know the altitude the against presidential Sen Barry campaign out parallel in human history.'

networks will not go overboard on the of each cal which, before It even starts, All this will probably not dls
Ranger photo, they can
to be the roughest, courage Goldwater from future
Democratic to the extent that promises
culate the distance between
various sur toughest In memory. criticisms. But, judging from
they did on the GOP session. With so face points on the moon by using the Goldwater didn't spare President the speed and magnitude of Me.

much time to fill, television reporters at marks. Johnson's feelings when he Namara's response, _plus that 01
grid called him a "phony."Johnsonand Johnson himself, the admlnis.
San Francisco got to the point where they
have Is
some of his top aides tration apparently set to<
were practically having to comment at Why are the marks in different already set the pattern of not smash into Goldwater from now

some length, and with great seriousness, shapes? So that by using any two marks, sparing Goldwater's.One on.Last
this week Goldwater told
each time a possible nominee blew his scientists can tell exactly where these spe- week's performance prime examples by Secre news conference that In dealing a

nose. It would be far better if at least cific marks are In relation to the whole tary of Defense Robert S. Me. with the Southeast Asia crisis

one of the three networks would skip picture. This is in case of an enlargement Namara at the Democrats Johnson seemed to give military
they commanders authority to
the convention each day and provide of a small section of a picture. i hearings are trying on to stitch the platform together. the "whole Inventory" of Amer.use

viewers with something more entertain. If you look at the marks closely, you Another example: Johnsons lean weapons The "whole In.

Ing than political palaver. will see that they follow a definite symmetry blazing attack on Goldwater, ventory," of course, would have
to weapons
But chances of this happening are So long as a scientist has two one. of hat the made first personall8laultlh. since becoming Johnson him lilt, In telling the

very slight indeed So Collier Countians marks In an enlargement he can tell pre president nation Aug. 4 that he had au.

might as well get set for several million cisely where the enlargement was lifted Last this week country's Goldwater defense cr1U.clud pro based thorlzed planes American to hit North carrier.Viet

words of conjecture on one thing who from the overall picture. grams Under our present lead. Nam PT boat centers, explainedhe

will be the Democratic candidate for vice ership, with its utter disregard had ordered only "limited

president. That's about all they will haveto for new weapons, our de action."
Uverable nuclear capacity maybe The next day McNamara tolda
wrestle with at Atlantic City. cut down by 90 per cent in news conference that the naval
commanders of U.S ships
the next decade
Like many Neapolitans, we were The Defense Department off North Viet Nam had been In.
Have you been wondering about somewhat surprised that City Council promptly fired back that this structed to protect themselveswith

those curious markings on all the pictures didn't whack a little deeper on the annual statement of the Republican "whatever force Is nete>

that Ranger 7 took of the moon? Well, budget. there little presidential candidate was sary."
Actually, was "without foundation," was The State Department in the
we have and It gave us a great deal reason for deeper cuts, but as a generalrule "contrary to the facts" and was name of McNamara and Secre.

of pleasure to receive the answer from elected officials always like to prove "totally false." tary of State Dean Rusk issueda
followed this up In statement calling Goldwater's
one of our news services. Here's what McNamara
their dedication
to economy particularly his personal appearance before interpretation of Johnson's re.

It said: if they have any intentions of run '\'.: .< '. ,,). : !. the platform committee. marks "unjustified and Irres.

They are reference grid marks actually ning for re-election. There are always "Let me assure you that our ponslble."
printed on the lens surface of the strategic forces are and will remain Last Saturday at his own
exceptions to this rule, of course. Best of in the 1960s and 1970s suf news conference Johnson said ol

camera. They are somewhat similar to We feel that City Council is to be BoyleBY ficlent to insure the destruction Goldwater's Interpretations

the crosshairs on binoculars and gun commended for increasing the amount HAL BOYLE of both the Soviet Union and "Loose charges on nuclear
Hal Boyle Ion varatlnn Communist China under the weapons without any shadow ol
sights. to be spent in advertising the assets and FACE REALITIES been red with the blood of religious worst Imaginable circumstances justification by any candidatefor

charms of the city during the coming persecution by bigots 1m- By RELMAN MORIN accompanying the outbreak or office, let alone the presi.

year. Competition among resort cities for Editor, Collier County News: ported from foreign lands. NEW YORK (AP) Some war," McNamara said. dency, are a disservice to out
should be no doubt national security, a disservice
In 1858 the revolted in "There
As I follow the story of the people years ago, In a Broadway must
new residents' and visitors gets tougher awakening of the sleeping dra. an attempt to expel the mission cal, they sang a song called about this in the mind of any to peace, and, as for that mattel

every year, and the time seems propitious gon of China and the sacrifice arles The French moved their "Leave My Pulse Alone," or American. There Is none" in the a great disservice" to the entire
army in and destroyed the portof words to that effect. minds of our enemies. free world.
for local efforts of the lives of American soldiers
stepping-up to attract
Then he unloaded a mountain And the campaign hasn't even
releases Tourane thus crushing the It kidded polls, pollsters,
In Viet Nam In the news
a greater share of the market Some given to our newspapers, in effort to overthrow the religious market researchers and those of statistics to show this country started.

West Coast communities, whose econo- my mind, our blind and foolish persecution by foreign power. who attempt to measure trends
mies also based leaders, at the head of our In 1885 the French occupiedall and discover what people are
are principally tourism
on -
of Tonkin and Annum In
once great and respected or. thinking about. This of course
will spend In excess of $50,000 for der to protect these unwanted
eminent, 1 am reminded of a Includes newspaper reporters TODAY IN WASHINGTON I
advertising and promotion during the marker at the battle bridge In missionaries In every presidential election
Concord, Massachusetts That While Japan was executing year, I try my hand at political
coming yearCouncil marker reads, "They came 3oot her Tanaka plan she occupied pulse-taking. You have some In. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

has not spelled out how and miles to die to keep the past French Indo China, Imprison terestlng experiences, and fre.
the throne the Ing all French troops and mis. quently they recall that song. Gould and It
by whom the advertising fund will be upon beyond ocean WASHINGTON (CAP) With magnate Jay open
slonarles The religion of the For example, the elderly gen.
waves their British mother to the public
spent, but undoubtedly It has a good mourns." majority of the people was left tleman In Springfield, Mass, In four VJS. sentry satellites orbit. It would also save the estateof

plan figured out. Our misguided leaders have alone. After Japan defeat the 1956, He was the soul of cour. ing sible the for earth nuclear it Is no explosion longer pos.In Gould's daughter, Anna, Du.
forgotten Intentionally or from French once more tried unsuc tesy when he answered the chess de Talle'randlboul$700.
Just plain stupidity that In the cessfilly to establish both their doorbell. I explained that I tense space to go undetected, a De. 000. She died In Paris in 1961
political and religious power. would like to hear his opinions Department expert re
Far East they are dealing 'with Under the settlement the
the oriental mind. AI'o" way Their attempt was crushed and about candidates, Issues, etc., ports."If the Russians fired house would be transferred to
of We that was organized .., would know about
we itVDr
Out leaders at that time
committed "That sir Is Invasion of
an CHafftabltf! tltrt.
an advanced civilization with a as1a c
R. L
written language, code of lama, this country to maintain privacy," he said. "Why, I SprouUdlrectorofthe Advanced button from the estate valued at
o th e rs Sa Y peace and tranqulllty Now we wouldn't even tell my wife whatI Pentagon's Research i
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS universities, libraries and 11)50tem have a lion by the tall and dare think about those matters. Projects Agency, told a Nation. $1.3 million.
of trade by
ethics while more al Space Club luncheon Tues. The legislation, sponsored
than half of the known world of not let go As soon as China Now, you get off my porch or day Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La, as ,
the west were living In caves. feels she is ready she will move "111\ sic the dog on you." The two US. satellites an amendment to a minor tax ,..,
China was great while Egyptian her millions of fighting men Another time, in Passaic, bill, was returned to the House
Ex-Carriers Orbit NewsmakersShepard launched a month
to ago 65,000
culture was just beginning against the western world In N.J., a housewife made a deal for consideration
what China's leaders will miles above the earth and two
consider with "I have
m. some work to
We told after that
are day day
Justifiable retribution. do upstairs," she said. "If you similar satellites put into orbit WASHINGTON (AP) Kilo I
said he was carryingthe we Viet are Nam's protecting freedom the people Freedom of If the Kennedys and the carry will sit here and watch junior, last October are capable of de thryn O'Hay Granahan, the U.S.
Boston Globe and the Boston from overs from the Roosevelt and 111 talk to you." tectlng nuclear detonation more treasurer, broke her knee and
Herald to residents of East some what.things that believe if were there given are Truman administrations continue So I watched junior for about than 200 million miles out in elbow Tuesday in a fill at I ra z

Derry, New Hampshire, In thought would shock. their Illusion of protect. 15 minutes until she returned.It space. die station. f
1930-33 when he was In the primary give a very tug the freedoms of the Far East wasn't a very rewarding In. WASHINGTON (AP) The The former Pennsylvania con. '
' ing answer to what
grades I.: ; as we are let them also extend their pro tervlew.No Senate has approved a tax set. gresswoman, widow of Rep. t'
defending there.
Bhepard's early I business : Bear in mind that 90 tectlve benevolence to the 35, she hadn't voted In the tlement by which the govern William Thomas Granahan, DPa >
training stuck with him. He's a ; cent are followers of the Buddha per 000 native born Spaniards In previous presidential election. ment would acquire the Tarry ., was reported to be in satis.

director of the Baytown, Texas, In 1803 Nguyen-Ann an Anna Spain who were defranchlsed because Too young No, she didn't know town, N.Y. mansion of railroad factory condition.
State Bank and has Investments p, J Li; .l mese prince, In a coup de ete*, they are members of how she would vote this time a.e..ee.w. .ee . . .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .e..e
in oil and quarter-horse ranchIng Christian denominations other
. with the help of the Christian "because I don't know what my
A virus infection grounded, than the state supported religion husband thinks."
bishop of Adran with a handfulof
him several months ago, and he I French adventurers employ. Face the realities of this day But It doesn't always work

now runs the training programfor ed by the bishop, created this and age, forget the mumbo jumbo that way. In Dallas, Tex., I ChanceRemarks
the 29 astronauts assigned prince as Gla-Long. In of the dark ages and elect sen si. questioned a man about his
to the Manned Spacecraft Cen- ble leaders who will
return for the help this bishop ones con. preferences. When he left the
ter in Houston gave him, the new emperor alder America first. Wake up room, his wife, whispered, "He
Newspaper editors and read- agreed that the bishop's mis.slonarles to the foolish train of thought says he's going to vote for El
en will read a lot about the two paramount In .
would be allowed to Washington today. senhower, but don t you believe
astronauts who serve as the reserve Use the ballot before it Is too him."
of "backup" pilots for go forth Christianity preaching to the their people.brandof late and all of your freedomsare "Why not?"' I asked .ee I . . . . . . . . . . .

M.|. Virgil I I. Grltum Grlsnom and Young They are Up until this time the people taken from you "He knows I always vote op. A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
Navy Commander Walter M. Lt Coined John Young were peaceful, bothering no one Charles LeBuffSr. poslte to the way he votes. He

By Warren BurkrH Air Schirra Force Jr., 41 Capt., senior Thomas pilot, and P. Morning tew ((1942&) when but the history since .then has Naples, Fla. told you that so that I'd vote for + John Smith says last week in
Stevenson But he Isn't fooling
HOUSTON Stafford, the co-pilot. his family moved to Dallas. Washington his dad ( former We
Marine Clifton C. BODES POt.ARi me. He will vote for Stevensonand mayor
A pair of former newspaper- Schirra never carried a newspaper Roy Smith
111 vote for Eisenhower of
course ) was frequently
boyi will make America's next route. Stafford, however, Williams, Jr., 31 and the only _i Re1'SL.A: 8t she said.
bachelor in the program, was a mistaken for Senator Ooldwater. If
headlines in space.Astronauts delivered the Daily Oklahoman ACUMf.N.NAeOe
Another I stood outside
Virgil I. (Gus) and the Oklahoma City Time carrier/>ra aid for Rtgnter the Mobile in 1943(Ala..45.) ACROSS DALE\ TOG t 'I t a factory gate In Connecticut this keeps up Roy, who is a Democrat
Grisiom and John Young, however In his hometown of Weather. 25. Wild hoping to catch the pulse of from back
4 Small A M t. tAR. A I. t. S away may have to switch
two of the 19 ford Oklahoma in 1944 45.
are only Early Riser quarrel 28 Honey some workers. Presently one to
space pilots who financed their 5. Stationary 29. Cr RCS 1 N. BUT.. emerged. I buttonholed him. specs
3 from
youthful excursions into model ColumbuiMore Frank Borman, now an Air part underground . .0 D D. S t. T T 0 "Listen, Mac," he said, not +

airplanes, bicycles, and cars astronauts have carried Force major, was a carrier boy 11 Debility \enumoui MAN N. A W to R t T unpleasantly, "I had a fight Bill and Peg Vance dropped in

with their earnings from a the Columbui (Ohio) Dispatch to warm the hearts For of all nearly circulation J2.1ron calcl. 34 \ague: AGO. AMA F 0 N T with my wife this morning I've on Tuesday and said they have decided
newspaper route. and Celumbu Citizen than any managers urn illlcate 35 Vogue just had another fight with the to become
At 14, Grissom cornered a other newspaper three years, back in 1940, he 13. Sea 36: Greenland \L A MAR. 0 t. \L V 0 t boss. Now I've got a date with a the Neapolitans again. On

large share of the newspaper Marine Lt. Colonel John H. threw the newspapers on a anemone Eskimo t. V I C: T t Ie 0 p t R bottle of beer and I don.t feel following morning, saw "Sis"
carrier business in his hometown Glenn Jr. 42 the most morning and two evening routesfor 37, Draft Norman in the
was U Clar gain 1 s t c. T S SAW to. like talking to nobody about Rexall Store and she
of Mitchell, Indiana. For the Tucson Daily :
famous carrier boy of them all. 15 Fxlita animal nothing." says
about three years, beginning In "I had a newspaper route for| the Arnottn Daily StarMaj 16. Before long 38. tender; SOLUTION Of YiSTIRDAY PUZZLE Frequently, when a candidate they also will be moving back
1940, Grissom carried the Bedford the Columbus Citizen for approximately Borman, 35, resumed his 17 Press 39 Moist "lth tours a factory, I stay some dls. Napoli.
(Ind.) Mail, Btdfotd two years and for early rising habits when he left 19. Tankard dew DOWN 5. Eccleilastl tance behind and then ask the It will be tine having the two
Time, Indianapolis Star and the Columbus Dispatch for a Tucson for Vest Point. 20. Concluded 41. full of abundance\ cal council men, who have just shaken his families here
Louitv\Ut Courier Journal Gris short period of time, about three The most consistent carrier 22. Flower thinks 2 I ropelled a 6. And ten: hand, what they think of him. agalneProlpects
sour, now an Air Force majorat months, when I was about 12 boys in their youth were Apollo container 43. Anoint boat suffix Typical replies in Detroit _
38, enlisted as a cadet in years of age," Col. Glenn recalled astronauts Alan Bean 32, and 23. Animal 44 Boxing 3. Some 7 Industrious "He's all right, I guess," + for a fine NHS football -

1944 after graduation from recently. He distributedthe R. Walter Cunningham, 32. foot rings 4. Character Insect "Seems like a nice fella," '1 team this look bright ,
Mitchell High School. state editions in his home They kept at their routes stead 24. Pierced 45. Win of ore IMIC 8. Palm Illy don't trust none of 'em." indeed. year very
Maj. Grissom will fly as town of New Concord, Ohio Ily for more than four years !9 Idle How would you count these In : One also hears good things
spacecraft commander this fall Col Glenn Is recuperating Bean, a Navy lieutenant, delivered 10. Refreshed about the Immokalee too.
I l J S a 9 IQ your poll? grid squad,
the Tort Worth Texas) I' 11 Mlmkked
when the National Aeronautics slowly from the head injury he ( J-0 The
and Space Administration received in his Ohio hotel apart- Press in 1943.49Cunningham II ii 18 Rubicund .- .- .eee.eeee..e Quarterback Club met Tuesday

launches the first two-man Gem- ment on the eve of his planned one of the two 19. Numlnalvalue COLLIER COUNTY NEWS and decided to give persons who
ini space ship He also will be- entry into the U.S. Senate race. PhD astronauts, delivered the II' If IS : had reserved
come the first American to make Two members of the third or Santa Monies (Calif) Evening ; 21 Poisonous MICHAEL CHANCE Etf I.-Publisher tickets last yearan

two space fights, he nearly "Apollo" group of astronauts Outlook In 1944.48.Circulation "it t: :: 11 II' 19 tree Meadow THOMAS MARSHALL HAVER WYATT AMOCIat., Adv Mane Editor opportunity to buy the same oneiSI
drowned when his capsule sank had routes while they lived in men who read and 22 lear before
after the first light, July 21, Columbus Air Force Capt. believe their newspapers' astrology I II rll 11 mouse OfOLKA." Supt. offering them
columns draw some 24, Command general public Fred Schmucks *
Michael Collins 33 deliveredthe may
1961. MRS. LOUISE DAUB Office Mr.
Grissom's eo-pllot, Navy It newspapers in 1943 while conclusions about dependabilityfrom o f0 f0IU !: 14 23 In-chief Man that Publish' dolly o.ciX Monday Jerrr Scott are in charge of this
that Lt. '
Commander John Young, was his father the late Maj. Gen. the coincidence In the if: department
: and Saturday trnoon by
IS l' Zl 'll' 10 let
; of the youngest carrier boys James L. Collins, maintainedthe Bean was born on March 15 and 'lh : 0'' 26 Quintessence th. Cathy. County Publ"thing Co.. one of them know
one Inc., 741 Twi'fth Avonu. South, NBM. lour pleasure
in Orlando, Florida. Born September family home there Columbus Cunningham on March 16 of Z, J' JI Jl" Male I '10.. JJMO Mill .0101,... f. 0 ours We sure as heck want
24, 1930 Young said he was the permanent hometown 1932. 27 sheep UU. again
carried the Orlando Sentinel in for Air Force Capt. Donn 1f JS ,4 28 Distracted Tolapnono Midway 11107 for oil
lint Remember >IsmeeOn ; :
<< 30 Crate doportmont +
,193940. F Elsel, 83, who carried a * Slater'l lea lions won't
route In 1942.Civilian the other hand, four astronauts J1 rJ d I"1 to 31 Animated. : Subscription Rat** be bothering
The Youngest astronaut Elliot M were blessed with those M I seful) By armlet er molL payable In neighbors with their

Youngest carrier boy of them See, 37, learned the carrier business short, youthful memories. that 14/ 4l. ;014' 33 33: Tableland Tatting: I odvonc Ono V*.r Ell SI. Months 1710, barking any more. Hd had their tonsils %
Into with the afternoon Houston give route managers grey hairs Months .H.
all WM the first American [44 Offspring Three 13 !Sd' or something like that
Commander Alan Chronicle in 1941.42, but Today, they admit, they cant I".J Number of Th. Associated Pros It Was
space. Navy 40. Plain InPalestine whch |. onttlod .clullu.II to the 5 medical< teat too.
''B. Shepard Jr, 40. Commander he switched over to the Dallat remember the names of their ., .......-.... ..... for .pubhCI'OfI of all lowlnew The procedure ,
for July II 1964 newspapers ror tins, 2J ", In. ,Item, printed In the' paper as will appear in oadic'1tltbt
(EDITOR PUBLISHER 42. Myself well as all AP news d .palc"... journals eelSer

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COL !IER BOUNTY NEWS Npba' Peptide, Wed A..d 11. 1864 5
Politics Seems UnlikelyTo

em J Halt Business UDswina. Killing Oswald, My Own I

hase NEW YORK (AP) Business members of Congress have been {w
.f l still tends to shrug off this considered friends of business,
/w tt ENTSe year's political campaigning a* while others of each party have Idea-Ruby Tells Probers

unlikely to brake the momentum been classed as troublesome 01 l
ItbI of the economic upswing doubtful at the best. ,
Crowing Involvement of government The split In both parties is M! WORK cAP) Jack Warren' interview with Ruby
in business affairs at deeper this year, and more con. Rut'III, purported he. ret t..stl.! "from sources close to the Warren .
teon waj all levels makes any politicscampaign fusing And so Is the split in the mom given to the Warren Com. Commission In Washing,
) strike close to home loyalties of businessmen themselves mission, said it was strictly his ton." The article was the first
do nonetheless. And this year's oui Idea to kill Lee Harvev Oa of three scheduled articles

Lot Jr1bk campaign seems more confue.ing At the ballot boxes In November wild!, accused assassin of Pres. Ruby did not testify during
de.to at the moment and more there seems likely to be Wet Kenned. his murder trial and his attorney .
A kwr likely to grow bitter than any more crossing over from traditional In a copyrighted store TuI'I.dal Melvin Belli, tried to prove
owla for some time past. lines than for many a In Journal.American col. him Insane at the time the murder .
But even so, the political cam. jear A number of business nlst Dorothy Kllgallen, Ruby Is was committed.The .
paign so far Is showing no signsof leaders who have always voted 4 quoted) as having told Warren Journal.American quotes
lln&l51s', upsetting business convince Republican say they favor the June 7| Ruby as telling Warren
r or changing business plans for Democrats this )ear Many .NEW PRISONS DIRECTOR "I was never malicious toward "Mr. Belli evidently did not
try' expansion and Increased pro- staunch Democrats may be voting Myrl E Alexander 54 has this peron. No one else go into my case thoroughly clr.
use r + a yvr duction schedules. Republican. been named director of the requested me to do ait)'thing. I cumstantlally. If he had gone
ler. For one thing, for many year In both cases there will be Federal I Bureau of Prisons never spoke to anyone about at. Into it, he wouldn't have triedto
In. e now the leading parties have other considerations than the interests Formerly, he uas director of tempting to do anything No vindicate me on an Insanity
ave ks, ,T" >R ,, been markedly divided. Both of business Itself that the crime study center at subversive organltatlon gave Plea to relieve me of all re.
Republican and DemocraticDon't will affect their decisions. Southern Illinois University me am idea No underworld sponslbtlity, because clrcum.:
the But those more or less on the at Carbondale persons made ann .Hol to "on. stantially everything looks so
au. sidelines of the fierce political tart me. It all happened that bad for me. It can> happen it
ier.Itet. NICE CATCH Bob Rogers and Davis Kicklighter shown with two Dwell On battle know that in most presidential Sundae morning" happens to many people who

, of their children and the fish they caught with their wives and Capt. election years the courseof Only 9,000 Fans The Dallas Times.Herald also happen to be in the wrong placeat
ned Paul Winchell. See column. Past Advises the economy already has published an article Tuesday the tight time"
ted been that It said quoted the testl.myny. .
set. And the campaign -
Show At AirportTo Some of the quotes were
even its outcome has had little
told: Bertolami Will Spry Baruch 94 visible effect on that source the same as those In the Jour

at.ips. ... The stock market often reacts Meet BeatlesSAN nal.Amerlean BonitaNews
Attend Chicago sharply but usually for a The report of the commission
NEW YORK (AP) Bernard
In. :ges Of Capri Baruch turned a spry 94 today short period only to cam. FRANCISCO kAP1 A Earl Warren by U.S. Chief Justice
Annual Is to be
Yes MeetingJoseph with an offhanded vow to continue ., palgn surprises and election re quiet fren/v hunt like fog In the expected
e.5o the kind of thinking that cults The course: it was taking, air today as thousands of\oung' published in m hl.Sept I"m" bto I'.
G Bertolaml administrator In
By GAIL WINCHELL Phone MIZ.n04.1'f1r i brought him fame and fortune or seemed likely to take in the stars prepared to storm the Cow a Washington dispatch today
the'reo of the Naples Com- and had presidents asking his future, has varied only slightly Palace for the Beatles' concert the New York Times re. By RAE WEAR
Most of the people here on and Donna Rogers and Davis munlty Hospital, Is leavingthis advice. because of political battles, over tonight. ported commission officials

aedis the Isles of Capri are busy getting and Gene Klckllghter of Jacksonville weekend for Chicago,where ". don't want to dwell on the the long run. At the Hilton Motel the British 1 have expressed distress con. Miss Jane Falrclough.daughter!
' ready for school or taking The four of them he will attend the 66th annual past" Baruch said at a news All this Is probably one reasonso quartet scheduled a day of resin t cernliiK the Journal.Americanarticle of Mrs. Dorothy Falrclough of
re.vs.. last-minute vacations.It's caught approximately red meeting of the American Hos- conference Tuesday "Todayand many business firms this preparation for their first arc. on 8upt'rttd.lll'lI.amlllillton | Bonita Springs, left Sunday for
nice to see that all of grouper and while ninety fish pital Association which will be tomorrow concern me more spring and summer have an. pearame on the current U.S. vn haunt ,secret appeared to contain New York where for two days
snapper testimony
held than yesterday." nounced plans for increased tour. she will participate In preliminaries
at place
the Jureks are back home. Dick Aug- The .
ing out of the "Angel" with officials wet e not l.lentl.
own Jurek was home most of the Capt. Paul Winchell. The ust 24-27. He will also] attend The financier, who had earneda pending for new plants or Im The Beatles arrived Tuesday tied by the Times preparatory to departure
lot provements. The ability of the and were greeted by an estlnut. for France on Wednesday for a
the sessions of the his 30th birthday
American fortune by ,
summer.but RubY
wife and daughters and shot and killed Oswald
Rogers Klckllghters are to surmount of
economy political year study
ed 9,000 teen-agers far below
ear were In New York visitingwith members of the Jacksonville College of Hospital Adminis- added "It seems to me that oureountry' oratory also is back of the predictions predicted estimates ,of between' In the basement of Dallas Co. She will leave on the Italian
01lale friends and relatives. Outboard Fishing Clubwhous- trators, to be held concurrently problems, by many top business 50,000 and 100,000. About a dos' lice lleadqiiarters last Nov. 24, Liner "S.S. Aurelia," which will
with the other In foreign, are today more two days after Kennedy was as.
Mrs. L.L Loach, fish meeting executives that they see good
Rosemary ually out of Monty's Marina complex and difficult than any en girls required first aid 1 sasstnitted.It l. carry only students and profes.
esl. Loach,Nancy Meltzer,and Mrs. In Jacksonville, but often make Chicago we have known In the past. times extending well Into next None was seriously hurt became known less than sort for foreign universities.The .
out Clifford Nelson took a one-day trips down to the southern parts The college, now in its 31st "Yet. desolte these problemsand year The British group permitted 1 month later /that the FBI, and boat will first dock at South

!ICE shopping trip to Miami last of Florida. This is one trip year, was founded for the pur- perils, the future holds out their fans a 40.lecond'aulIen," 1 dale and city police. had con.e ampton, England, then proceed
ller week. that paid off! (See picture) pose of providing recognition Infinite possibilities and prom. Rains Hit East at the airport before they were' eluded\ that Oswald acted alone Lellavre, France, At this point
tire Mrs. Paul Winchell and The Bookmobile will be here fbr men and women who are Ises for the perfection of demo. whisked off to the downtown ho and that Ruby had no comiec. Jane will board the train for

daughters Peggy and Gall went Wednesday August 21, and then doing outstanding work In hospital cracy and for the Improvementof West But AvoidMidwestern tel. A press conference turned' lion with the plan to assassinate Paris and Strasbourg, to attend
:en Into an autograph session when Strasbourg University where she
to Miami last week to visit will resume coming on alterna- administration. Bertolaml life, not only in this countrybut Kennedy
Mrs.Wlnchell's father and aunt, was made a member list yearat In every land" several young fans slipped Into' Miss Kllgallen said she ob. will major in languarges psychology .
e ting Wednesdays. Standing erect and supported Area the hotel. In this, her Junior year.
Tom and Kathtrln O'Connor the organization's conventionIn talned the actual transcript of
lightly by a cane as he walkedIn Some fans arrived at the air. Jane left the Fort Myers High
who were both In the hospital. New York. and out of a midtown hotel Shower fell In the East and port Monday night Others began School as a Junior In order to
They are happy to report that Estimate Fidel Of particular Interest to him suite for his news conference, Pacific Northwest today but arriving at 6:30 a.m., more Shelton Otwell attend the early admissions pro.
both of them are better and at will be the exhibits of medical the 8.foot.3 Baruch looked continued< to avoid the drought than 12 hour before the Bea. gram at Stetson University at

home now Costs Billion equipment and supplies that years younger than his 94. many stricken Midwest ties' plane touched down. At Homestead t AFH DeLand, Florida She plans to I
Miss Joanne Winchell Is presently will be displayed in conjuncltlon Except for the time It took to The dry weather persistedover Police estimated 2,000 fans further her studies at Stetson
In Rockport, Ind., visit- with the two meetings. Becauseof read a brief statement, BaruchlIhtheart.d1y the central United States greeted the singers when they Airman First Class Shelton next year,
. where some late crops are arrived at the hotel. ft. Otwell, son ot Mr, and Mrs
nR ing relatives with her grand- Yearly To U.S. the Naples Community Hospital's traded ban"rwith
struggling and livestock I* run. Within minutes the four w.r.at John R. Otwell of 1102 Hlway
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.H. building program, sche- reporters. fling out of pasture. Drive, Oxford, Ala., has arrlv.;
ate MIAMI (AP) Fidel Castro duled to under late this Asked what was the greatest the window of their room on
Winchell. She should be home get way
broke for
thundershower with
The duty a Tactical! Air
the 15th floor A
cost the United States a billion throng
Du. the last of next week and I year, he plans to study and con- lesson he had learned Baruch from Virginia to Maine In the gathered. Command (TAC) unit at Homestead J4
dollars a year, says a former smiled and
00, for one will be happy. I'm Cuban prime minister. sider many of the new productswith my own business quipped" "To mind East. In the Northwest, the Youngsters roared each time AFB.Airman .

the getting tired of wishing her "This figure, an approximate a view to their suitability He said he seldom goes to shower followed cool air that one of them appeared| In the Orwell, an aircraft (
I dishes I yearly average since Castro's for the local hospital. Central Park He spread Into Montana window Shrieks could be heard ground equipment repairman,
de.to The Hansons have moved Into takeover In 1959, Is three times Bertolaml plans to be away gained such fame anymore for passingout The only other rain In the two blocks away previously served at Myrtle and the

trt.let. their new home for a three- the million dollars a day theRus.lan. from Naples for about week. advice from a bench there weather picture was forecast ."In the lobby and main floor ,Beach AfB, $.C5 His new JUJU **TODGE
for the Gulf Coast and the south supports the TAC mission of BOYSARE
corridors hundreds of pro.
week stay. Their house Is the are reported to be that one was dedicated to him young
fourth pending on the Communist Cu. and a plaque bearing hit Atlantic states girls dressed In slacks, Beatle Tiding firepower and other air
two-story building on name HEREI'
ban About 90,000 cancer patient A cold front from Virginia to sweatshirts and sneakers support to U.S. Army forces
regime, added Jorge Gar. was attached to it. The
I by the island same
will probably die this who western Illinois remained near Ills wife Rattle Is the
da Monies. year honor was given him In Wash. roamed about In hopes of <'atd"" daughterof 572 North Trail
' as Garcia Montes might have been lIVed by earUerdl"no.l. a ly stationary, which meant little log a glimpse of their heroes. Herman B. Alecander of 1005
lax WE'RE GROWING prime minis and prompt treatment. Ington, D.C., park change appeared In sight for the Rord Naples, Fla.
ter from 1955 to 1957 At a news conference later the
calculated A
use ,, Most of the winter residents Castro' The American Cancer Society spokesman said Baruch arid central states.Temperature Beatles obligingly Identified .r -- ._
economic burden to the swims three four
or times each
i' all adults to have annual
will be shocked at the growthof urge an ran front the ,
United States themselves for reporters andphotolraph.r.
on this basin week and
still makes to
trips his
the island the |health checkup to Insure earlydlagnoili 40* in the northern Great Lake I '
over summer. "Properties valued at $800 plantation in South who seemed to
There have been a number of million were confiscated from and prompt treatment. to the 90* In the desert South. have trouble telling them apart

and new houses built, one business American citizens in Cuba. Ad. ---- -- -- I a f
U. has gone up, and most of the dltlonally, UA govern meat l I ? fJ fJi7

lots have been cleared and sea- property valued at $23 millionwas
on. walls built. confiscated by Castro"
ep! Garcia Montes, talking to
Capt. Paul Winchell
Dieeta newsmen, continued "For the
.i ie ie that grouper fishing is good, as 10 years prior to 1959, the unit. LET'S TALK ABOUT .
proved by the catch of Bob ed States had a $125 million av. ai

erage yearly trade balance with 1 \ v
Cuba That Is lost ,
Wilkins Urges "American citizens paid $600-
million more In two years for

, sugar to Cuban when crop prices failures.Increaseddue The BOATS & MOTORSNow

Civil price now has gone down."
Strong The former Cuban official

went on: "Add the cost of the 1 ,
U.S. m lltary mobilization In I r fr

October, 1962. This ran Into nun.dreds .

Rights PlankWASHINGTON many of I don't millions know.of dollar, how ,I is the time of year to obtain the r

"Add the cost of the Bay of most for your boating money, I
(AP) Civil Pigs Invasion. The figure gen. r
rights leader Roy Wilkins urged erally mentioned Is $40 million. Boat Haven is interested in movingout ,

Democratic platform writers today And the $53 million ransom to its few remaining new motors ((3.9 HP; ; LslI p
to .
pledge vigorous enforce bring back the Bay of Pigs
meet of the new civil rights law prisoners 6 HP; 9.8 HP; 35 HP; and 50 HP).
and give the country a contrast "Add $75 million yearly It
with what he called the costs American taxpayers tot There are also 1964 Hulls which we

the"squeamish Republican circumlocution"plank. o help"Add Cuban$200 refugees.million In merchan. want to sell now (ranging from 10 ft. to

Wilkins, chairman of the dlse sold by Americans to Cuba 23 ft. in Fiberglas and Aluminum).
Leadership Conference on Civil during the first year of Castro'
Rights and secretary of the National regime and still unpaid." During the summer we have been reconditioning I "eh

Association for the Advancement More damaging than the eco. boats and motors and now
of Colored losses the exile added Is
People, nomlc ,
declared that 'the riots whichbay. damage to U.s. prestige that have some very fine quality rigs at attrac TRAILWAYS IS MILES AHEAD IN
shaken several urban com. the communist regime has
munlties cannot be condoned" eaused.Kwik.Chek'Vorkers. tive prices.

stood H* said against they a must background be under of Currently, there are rebuilt and over- Friendly Service

deprivation and frustration. hauled outboard: motors from two 75 Evin-

ared Wllklns'for the testimony Democratic was prep plat Share In Bonuses nudes (one with a new powerhead ) downto Long trip or short hop, the helping hand of Trail*

form committee as it concen. Employees Wlnn-Dlxleind 6 HP for your selection. way specially-trained travel expert help smooth

trated on the civil rights issueconsidered Kwlk-Chek food stores have rt- out your trip. Next time, relax and enjoy the
We want to sell to for the fast
the most difficult to prepare personal touch on Trailwsyi.from .
) celved $1,216,402 in -
treat In a plank acceptable tall yearend
approaching Fall. .
wings of the party.A profit sharing bonuses, according -

trial balloon floated by to G.H. Deriso vice You are welcome to look around. /
some Southern moderates for a ,president and division manager I "t
compromise statement that t of the firm's Tampa dlvlslon. -

might avoid a floor fight ap :7filtwlV
peared to have been shot down> The distribution was made to \r _

when Pierre Pelham, a committee 5,378 eligible employees of the
member from Alabama, BOAT
; company s profit sharing pro-
aid Tuesday he could accept 1 '
In addition to the cash
nothing less than a call for re. gram. Ntpl.t lo One Wfy
cal of the Civil Right Act. payments, it is estimated that JACKSONVILLETurn _.$ $45
million will be allocated HAVEN
The Republican platform Ian. $2 topanlc1pal1ts' service vie Temp
guagt that aroused Wilkins retirement accountS NEW YORK 439.20
corn Include: a call for "full I for the firm's fiscal Vie Trellweye new than reul

Implementation and faithful ex. year. NAPLESinc.locaTed CHICAGO _ .. 37.05
ecutlon": of new and old civil: I Included In the profit sharing Thru ..'vlea vie. AllenU Clnclrmotl
rights laws, Improvements as i program ire a number of em- LOS ANGELES
needed and any necessary action ployees of the Naples Kwlk-
Turn service vie Oellet"Cl Pee
to ensure the right to vats Chek (tore.t .
But Wilkins said the slogan l.HMMMM MM.BH.HM.W Ml NIMH II lava Ml I2MI
"leave civil rights matters to
the state has become the hall| Established by an Act of
mark" of Sen. Barry Goldwater Congress in 1872 which was on the Trail and on Naples Bay

the Republican presidential can. signed by President Ulysses TRMLWAYSEasiest
dilate Goldwater has said he S Grant Yellowstone National OPEN SUNDAYS
accept the Republican: platform Park has an area of 3,472 1484 5th Avenue South Midway 2-39tO

and, a* president, would.nfon. I square miles, or more than travel on earthJ
the law. Delaware and Rhode Island.

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; ,vil With only four days available, the coal of last week's KIDS I.
little vacation was to learn a little more about Florida as
il speedily as possible. It was this tourist's hope to avoid
1i driving where all the other tourists drive, and to spend
the smallest possible amount of money.

First dayt Naples to Vero Beach, via VJS. 41, AlA, and
U.S. I. In Miami I called at a newspaper office to see .
a sportswriter on business, but he was not expected to be
THE FACT it's a small world was provedJlain Monday morning when in until later, so I left a note. In Fort Lauderdale the manI
these two men reported for duty as teachers at the Naples Junior wanted to see was taking the day off.

High School. Art Serfling ((1)I and Kenneth C. Pittman worked together register
In Boca Raton, where a friend had been
last school term in an Illinois school district, and neither knew :
working, I was told by his successor that my friend pulled up
the other was coming to Naples until they met Monday morning. It stakes three days previous and drove back north to Michigan. .
was a happy reunion. See story. (NEWS photo) In Riviera Beach, a city official wanted to say helloto
had Just gone out of town on vacation. Mine acquaintances

They !Meet Again In Naples flee before me.
Though I did not see very many people, the drive through
Small World Miami Beach was nice, and It was exciting to dash north.
Well I'll Be. It's A
. ward to skirt an ugly thunderstorm that was buildlnr up over ,
land west of Stuart and Fort Pierce. t.

By SAM ENGLAND brother is Richard A. Pittman, one year. a high school hurler
of the Pittman Funeral Home through the track season, up to Second dayt Vero Beach to Palatka, via U.S. I, AlA, and
What a surprise it was for Art In his youth, Pittman starred the state finals at Champaign.He SR 100. It costs 75 cents to step onto the ocean pier at Vero
Serfllng and Kenneth Pittman as a high school and college ath. also lettered at the Univer. Beach. I did not step onto the pier Instead, I drove north TOt A j
Monday morning when they met lete. Twice he was a member of ally of Illinois where he attend. toward Sebastian and saw a roadside sign advertising Sebastian
with the teacher group reporting the Flora, HI, high school team ed school as "the home of 647 friendly people and 6 ole grow
for duty at the Maples Junior High which went to the finals in the One daughter Is Mrs. Terry ches."
School. They worked together as Illinois High School State Basket. Collins who lives In San Jose, )
school men In Illinois last year ball Tournament."I Cult, and she has presentedthe Leaving U.S. 1, I crossed a bridge over the Indian Riverat
and neither knew the other was was a standing guard," he Plttmans with four grand Melbourne, and turned south on AlA at Melbourne Beach.
coming to Naples. children. Her husband is In bus. The two-lane ocean road proceeds south 18 miles before dead.
Serfllng, whowas introduced in said.He was granted an A.B. Degree iness there. ending (at Sebastian Inlet), and the motorist Is warned by
a NEWS article recently, was a from Illinois College at Jackson. The other daughter,Mrs.James signs of this fact.I .
counselling director in the Lib. vllle, HI., where he also participated Tate, lives In Decatur,m.,where turned south anyway, and traveled alonglOmlles of some
ertyvUle-Mundeleln (W.) High in athletics and was a mem. her husband is a varsity football of the prettiest and seemingly most remote beach in the state
School District. Pittman since ber of a conference champion coach at the Dwight D.Eisenhow. Few tourists venture this way,though It Is less than 25 miles
1860 has been superintendent of track team He ran the mile and er High School. He Is a graduate from NASA's big launch pad. Most of the beach Is open, I
the Hawthorn School Mundel. two-mile races. of Purdue University, and observed, and much of it Is public, apparently due to the DELUXE BIKE
eln, an elementary school district He received a Master's De. following war service played pro. foresight of the Brevard County government. :
making up a part of the gree from the University of HI- fesslonal football with the Detroit JUST SANt PUBS
overall high school district tools and taught and coached Lions. Tate was a tackle at Pur. At a largely.undeveloped subdivision stretching out Into NS
Pittman retired as a school high school sports many years due, and keeps his weigh to a the Indian River, I parked and walked about a mile out ontoa t
administrator at the end of last before entering the administrative trim 245 pounds by dally road long man.madel1nger of land. (It may be another Galleon '.
year's term, lhiIUnr admlnistra. phase of high school work. work and numerous rounds of Drive someday, but there's not a thing there now. Except I
tine burdens to younger shoulders A member of Phi Delta Kappa, golf The Tates have four child sandspurs. The stillness was interrupted only by fish breakIng .
and will teach English in the educational fraternity, he Is also ren.Pittman the surface and by blue herons crying out and flying
Junior High School. a member of the Am.rlcanAssOo and wife Dorothy will away as I approached A lone fisherman was visible far I
Among reasons for coming to elation of School Administrators; reside at 512 Seventh Street, out In the river, and wadl birds patrolled the shallows. t r
Naples, the new Junior high teach the Superintendent's Round Table North, where they have pur. ,
It was idyllic, but 1 had r 11 move on. North of Melbourne
er said he cam "to look after of Chicago and northern Illinois; chased a home.Winning I
Beach, where I had turned south the
ocean .'
my baby brother. The baby and a life time member of the
highway suddenly blossoms Into new four Janer.Many Cape
National Education Association.
workers commute 20 miles each way from the Melbournearea
!He has been listed in "Who's
and traffic Is heavy.As .
Who" of educators In Chicago 2 Prizes
and northern Illinois. one continues north, one ,otes the many public beach
Pittman hat anllluatrlousfam.Uy \ Too Much For Hog areas on the right, and the many new housing projects for
of one son and two daughters.His the mushrooming population on t IB left. Thougheachproject
son Charles is presently a SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) has a different name, they appear remarkably similar The r,
a a vice president of the Columbia A 680-pound barrow won two skyline of a typical subdivision consists of utility poles, TV '
National Bank In Columbia, S.C. prizes at the Illinois State Fair, aerials, and the roofs of packed.toretheroneostory resl.
Formerly he was associated with but the strain of competition ap. dences. Not a tree has been left standing. t te tr
the Northern Trust Co., of Chi parently was too much. It suffered PIER NOT FREEAt ....
cago. Following In the footsteps a heart attack Cocoa Beach Is the Canaveral Pier You can walk out \
of his father, the son, standing The hog, owned by Alvin Leh.
about 200 feet, but to venture beyond that you must pay 25
190 mann of Pleasant Plains, 111.,
at was a
6-5 and weighing
cents to be allowed through the.gate Or a dollar If you want
suffered the attack In Us
school pen
athlete in both high
to fish. (One should not take a free fishing pier for granted)
and college. He was undefeated Tuesday.
Canaveral Pier Is a marvelous place.You can buy food And
drink rent surfboards, play billiards, or dance on a floor at
pier level near the pier's landward end. On this day, about
two dozen surfboard enthusiasts of varying ability were "
riding the waves.

There are guided tours of the cape Itself every Sunday, ,
but this was not Sunday, so 1 moved on up the heart of Mer. .
rltt Island on A1A. On this Island Is being built a huge new Rt
area for launching giant rockets, and the road will be closed
LI by NASA In October, lest the people find out what all their t 1 :
tax dollars are being used for.
This road passes within a few hundred feet of what will 1
be th ,orld's largest building when completed.Iwas one of REGISTER AT ANY PUBLIX MARKET BEFORE'I
the la.' few hundred thousand tourists to get a good look at
the V itlcal Assembly Building, the steel framework of
-- -- x ,1r which now extends about 200 feet skyward. 3 P.M. SEPTEMBER 8. NOTHING TO BUYI :.

,x ?a.vp When finished this building will tower 552 feet and con.
$ toil. millions of cubic feet of space so those giant rocketscan Prize drawing at each Publix 4:00 P.M., September 8th.
be put together Indoors. Even now, VAB Is visible from
Tltusvllle, several miles west. You need not be present to win. Winners will be I.

BUSY SEASON notified and may choose a girl's or boy's 26 Inch model.
Daytona Beach is going through Its busy summer season
now. It was my first visit, and I resisted the temptation to
head the car out onto the beach. I walked out Instead, first Each Publix Market will give away a bicycle
looking to the left and then tothe right for traffic on this un. ,
usual "street." -maybe you'll be one of the 102 winners I II
Also unusual about Daytona is the large number of traffic .
lights that have only red and green signals. no amber
k ,waac'kR.aWe,. And almost all downtown parking spaces are diagonal, like SEE THIS HANDSOME BIKE and
Rambler satdc 0 Croit Country' Station Wagon they used to be in the home town. Then I headed toward get your (.
Palatka, after a brief glance at the awesome Ormond Hotel,
sprawling, multl.story tram buildingthatlooksllkeone of

Year's best savings on a best-sellingwagon _-those old wooden factory buildings up north. BACK-TO-SCHOOL I I I BARGAINS! L(I

Rambler's Year-End Selling Spree is on now. Even during the

regular selling season you could save $240 or more* 5-Hole Filler Paper, only 19$ t

over a top-size Ford or Chevrolet. Now you may save even more 500 SHEETS :.

because Rambler dealers are really dealing to clear the decks for 1 0 ei.

the '65s. You get smart, sporty looks and more V.8 power Brief Covers, each 10 1 $ .,

than the standard V-8 in a Ford or Chevrolet wagon. With Rambler, I

too, you get Double-Safety Brakes, Deep-Dip Rustproofing, and Deluxe Binder with FREE

other advantages you can't get on the other two best-selling wagons. l'PINE

Live a little-with your savings, choose from sporty options like Dictionary, $1-29

reclining bucket seats, console, floor shift (manual or automatic),

power steering, power brakes, power windows..and lots more. RIDGEEXTENSION Binder with Filler Paper '

Drive a Classic wagon to see how much car you've been missing.

Comparison baud on m.nuf.ctur.i.. iugg..t.d rttill prices lor'
lop.lln. 4 door wiiont with V.I engine. huts end front seat belt. I & Organizer, only 99$ I

Drive a Rambler Classic V-8 Wagon I a--. w...... I- &Me ;,MARKRTggI 1
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Looking Ahead To t >: Back On BeamWEST

DE FERE, Wls. (AP)
9 9t The Golden Boy of Green Bay
is back on the beam anxious tomake

Interesting YearNaples up for the year he lost sit

tine Paul out Hornung a suspension leading scorerIn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Quarterback Club will be operated this fall the National Football League Wed. It .1164
by in 1939 1960 and 1961,can't wait 8 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS. N.pl.t, Florida, Avgmr ,
members last night laid tenta the Delta Nu and XI Bets Nu ,
for the regular season to start
tive plans for an Interesting chapters of Bets Sigma Phi "I think I paid for my mistakes -
football program toward the Quarterback Club| stickers ta' /' said Homung who was
end of next week. are to be mailed out to all per. suspended for betting on game 13 Athletes Get Second
Exact date and time of the sons In the Naples area,sticker ar "I realize that I am going to

+event were to be determined chairman Don Page said. Dona, hear a few cracks from peoplebut I
today after participants con tlons from sticker sales form / most of them have been

firm that they can attend. Dr. one of the club's largest rev 4 I w wonderful to me. I'll Just haveto TeamNEW
William Barrett said he will enue sources. r' wait and see what the react Crack At Olympic
tion will be. I am sure the play. I
to line
try up Walt Krushefsky This year the club will pay -
all with me.
of the University of Miami and off a $150 bank loan, a $138,50 1 1f 1stn ers Hornung are has been In Green YORK CAP) Thirteen have a second chance to make I

two Miami players to come final payment on a junior high Bi)' since April, going through a athletes, Including Jim Beatty, the team after falling to qualify 1
here and ..peak.It blocking sled snd buy the need- f a series of private workouts are getting an unprecedented In the tryouts. The Olympic 1I,
was suggested that Sheriff ed equipment for the refreshment Vince Lombardl the driving second chance to make the committee allowed appeals by I
E.A. Doug Hendry's barbecue stand. coach of the Packers had him Olympic track and field team those who felt their showing in f
crew be contacted to prepare NHS principal E. W. Wood- running up and down the 60 The athletes, Including: seven the New York trials should not
food for the affair which wouldbe ruff outlined the school athletic steps of City Stadium until his track men and six field event be considered a true test of e

held Friday. August 28, or account's present standing __-_ ___.... ..._ . _. ___ __. __ _ tongue was hanging out. specialists, were passed Into the their capabilities Others were 6t
the following night at the high and said the school will appreciate In the first exhibition game final Olympic trials, to be held Injured and didn't compete In 6i rI
WITH VIGOR I Hud coach Vin Lombard! who starred a lineman New York. I
school football field. the club's effons LECTURE at against St. Louis In New Or. Sept. 12-13 In Los Angeles by a
to pub-
Coach with the Seven Block of Grande of Fordham. demonstrates I stance for Green Bay end leans, Hornung carried the ball board composed of five memo A total of 48 athletes made M
Morris this fall's
licize and
Jerry was
team Mary Flaming ((811 at their Wisconsin training, camp. Watching. art other Picker player. five times for a net gain of 29 bers of the Olympic Track and written appeals, although a
agreeable to the NHS ticket There
suiting up season sales will yards. Field Committee Tuesday. complete list was not disclosed. c
players and staging a program be only four home games this Last Saturday night the This Is the first time It has Beatty of Los Angeles, was p
similar to last fall's Eagle fall, and the athletic account is Notre Dame alumnus sparkled ..been possible for athletes to the most prominent of the athletes r
Preview Night. Morris hoped In the red. Woodruff said. Last EGLEB'SORNER ; in his first 1964 appearance at'' advanced. The former
that this year's turnout would night's meeting drew a good Green Bay, tossing a long world record holder for the In. r
be larger than preview night turnout of 28 persons. K( touchdown pass on the halfback Name McKinley door mile withdrew from the !,. 1
drew last year.SEASON. option kicking four extra points 000-meter race In the New York l
By MARION SORENSEN and booting a pair of field goals trials with a leg cramp and has o
the Packers the Ralston Davis had a relatively outdoor a
TICKETS Team With Best . e . . . . . . .e.'l . New York Giants 34.10.whipped season. poor h

Club members suggested that "My right knee has given me DefendersNEW It was felt, however that his
sales of season tickets could be Bullpen To Win no trouble at all," he said. "I Cup 8:38 clocking in the two-miles d
pushed at next week's event. think earlier this Indication
------ maybe the rest was good year was an
Ticket chalrmanG.A.Scott saidIt The following Is taken from may also apply to ABC and ed a 535-214 and Moon gavean for it. I didn't play too much In YORK (AP) Chuck that he hasn't passed his P
Is his firm Intent to sell out Pennant-Lopez the Woman Bowler and can apply AJBC bowlers. Welcome new assist with a 224 single 1962 because of the knee so I McKinley and Dennis Ralston P
the 300 seats available In the to any man.woman or child. members and try to get them The Snooks had a 1194 with really have been away most of the two.man combination which athletes passed Into the
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season-ticket section this year. with the strongest bullpen will "Bowling Is fun. Interested In bowling. Colin Fyke shooting a 371 and two years." wrested the Davis Cup from Australia Los Angeles trials were Cliff

The club established the priceof win the American League pen. "Why not tell your non-bowl- Jerry 514. Mike Stacey had last year were named Cushman Air Force colonel and hiM
today to head a seven.man team
season tickets this fall at nant, take it from Al Lopes ing friends about the great game BROOKSIDE BOWL nice games of 156-155 Chris Boy Wins Battle for defense of the trophy next the 1960 400 silver meter medalist hurdles at Rome Bernie in II
$7.60. Out of the club's portion manager of the Chicago White of American tenpins that has BUCKS 'N SQUAWS -Chirlie Croak 160-150 and Buck ??? month. ;
Rivers, New Mexico U. sopho.
of the season ticket revenues Sox. rapidly become the nation's Rice took the scoring hon. 554218.SAINTS. Meanwhile, fear that the wily
more 200 meters Dave Archibald P5pC
It will pay the three per cent Lopez the only man who has number one participant sport? ors as he fired a 231 for a AND SINNERS With Sting Ray Melbourne fox, Harry Hopman, , San Diego; 400 meters; P5pbi

sales tax that went Into effect broken the New York Yankee "Even so, there is still 601. Juanlts Snyder led the Tom Eggleston recorded high might be planning a fast one for Ron Larrleu, Los Angeles and

this year. ,pennant stranglehold In the last a great need for the develop- squaws with a 528190. Joe for the men with a 554-195 After 18 HoursCOCOA the Challenge Round was eased Dick Macy Houston 10,000 met.
The club voted to set up arrangements 18 years by piloting Cleveland to ment of NEW bowlers for the Salmon came up with a 562- and Hazel Abrahamson for the with the announcement that the era; Pat Traynor Philadelphia,
In 1954 and
this season for flag Chicago In continued growth of the game. 200, Angle Salmon 485.199He- gals listed a 531-192. Juan- BEACH, Fla. (AP- Australian team definitely will 3,000-meter steeplechase; Bob h
1959 claims this Is the In
selling general-admission tickets which, pennants are won age and "Help develop new bowlersby len Henson 481.198 and Wanda Its Snyder registered a 463 Bolstered by a ham sandwich play in the U.S. National cham.Humphreys, Pasadena discus trw
at Forest Hills Sept.3.
15-year-oId Tom plonshlps
to home games at various lost In the bullpen. pointing out the many physical Rice 451. John Piercy show- Lucille Lord 462 and Juanita weary. battled JoynerJr. 13. throw; Bill Floercke, Kansas

business establishments before Lopes dipped Into his bullpen mental and social benefits ed a 201 single "Pop' Campbell Johnson 459. Tom Miller roll- ,for 18 hours.a 370.pound stingray McKinley and others had ex. and Les_Tlpton,. Oregon, javelin
the games. Spectators who buy again Tuesday night and came derived from regular bowling. 199, Rex Polly and George ed a 211 loner Moon Mulllns He finally got It to shore, but pressed the opinion that Hop. throw throw; Jim and Pride Ken, Iowa Flercke, hammer r

their tickets under this arrangement up with knuckleballer Eddie "Perhaps you can help a new Wall 190 each.Rae Hendrix 197, 204, "Pop" Campbell 201, Bill with the help of divers man would hold his boys out of Kansas and; Norm North,
will not have to standIn Fisher to provide the Sox with bowler by teaching her to bowl Ann Follis 168, Donna Hatley Overhultz 197, Gwen Bowers "I don't care," Tom said. "I the Forest Hills tournament and Carolina, College triple Tate jump. I
a long line at the gate. It their third straight victory, a 4. and explaining to her bowling 180, Hazel Abrahamson 177 162, Jonell Spicer 158 and Bette got him anyway." take them directly to Cleveland

was pointed out. 3 triumph over the Yankees. administration and rules too. Rose Morrison 167 and Sarah Miller 156. Ronnie Ward had He never let go of the line to get used to the combinationclay When the NCAA holds I
it Mid
Club president Jack Breeden Fisher along with Hoyt Wll- "Every August thousands of Lyon 160. Marksmanwas Mar- good aim as he picked up the from 6:45 p.m Monday until surface on which the East Regional basketball tournament *
helm and Don helps
appointed a committee to look Mossl pro. new bowlers are learning the tha Piercy as she convened 6-7-10. 1:30: p.m. Tuesday when two matches will be played in Lexington next March it H
vide the Sox with the bullpen
Into buying needed equipmentfor Lopez feels is fundamentals of bowling and assuming the 6710. BELLES 'N BEAUS -- For divers ran an oar through the The Challenge Round Is will mark the seventh time the e
power necessary ray's gills and helped Tom haul scheduled Sept. 25-27. Players
the refreshment stand at to win the flag.This duties as league officers SUMMER COMMERCIAL the Beaus It was Ev Baldwin University of Kentucky hits been fue
him to the beach with a boat.A moving directly from Forest fuw
the football field. The stand trio has combined for 14 It Is up to WIDC members Earl Cannady was the star with with a 577-212-201. Top Belle huge crowd, part of the Hill's fast grass to Cleveland'sslow host' '

victories and 20 saves to ac. to help them by taking the his 659-206. Ted Land listed was Sue Tlllman with a 432- thousands who came by duringthe clay would have to make w'k
Long Jump Shot count for more than half of Chi. time and patience to teach them a lone 204, Moon Mullins 201, 158. Gene Chamberlin fireda day had lathered quick revisions In their style of Ir

cago's triumphs which have the same as they were taught Paul Abrahamson 200.B.Buchanan lone 213, Glnny Baldwin 199. Tom wouldn't leave the 600. 0 tr
Sparks East To moved the Sox within IVi of when they first started to bowl. 195 and M. Easterly 193. Guy Carlton 190 and Ings Gill foot-long Patrick Air Force play.Henry Benlsch, tournament Rr .
: league-leading Baltimore and PETERSON POINT CLAS- 155. Base pier after he hooked into chairman at the West Side Ten. State r.tl

90 88 Victory '2Vi games ahead of the third.place LITERATURE HELPFUL $lC -Psul Crlckenberger fired CLASSIC Again Ev Baldwin the ray a round, flat-bodied nls Club, said< however that he dBy tIh

MONTICELLO N.Y. (AP) Yankees.Lopez "WIDC has much literatureon games of 215-210-203 for led with a 602-210. Al creature with a whip.llke tall had talked with Hopman, the League
doesn't believe that
Oscar Robertson's long jump starting pitchers should all subjects pertaining to a 628 to led the first set.Harry Hajek cleaned the decks for a capable of inflicting severe Australian captain, on Monday o;
pare wounds. and that Hopman had assured THE
shot with less than three min. bowling and new bowlers are Sauchelll produced a 580 255 singleton and a 594 set. hr
themselves "Those days are
Through the night his father him the entire Aussie team ASSOCIATLD PRLBs
utes to play sparked an East take of this with a 223 high. Larry Peters Walt Brahem had 581-215
team gone forever, said the Sox urged to advantage a and friends fed him coffee. would play at Forest Hills. rnh
to 90.88
West squad a victory over In a manager service by requesting this liter' 578-210 GeneChamberlln 562- Em Emmerlck 57'1- 08. Bud When morning and the hot Flo. Benlsch said he also had re. W. L. Pet. G.B. ha
sixth annual Tuesday Maurice night the "A pitcher can go all out," ature. 205. Tex Kaverman and DJ. Hassinger 669-218 John Stull rlda sun came, Tom switched to celved a commitment from Raf. Tampa 31 19 .620-
Came played by stars StokesBenefit of Lopez said. "If he falls to finish, "Bowling wonderful family Salmon each had a 556 with 567225. Buck Perry blasteda soft drinks. ael Osuna of Mexico the de. St. Pet'burg29 20 .592 Ilh' trm

National Basketball Association then the bullpen comes into ac. game with no age limit. lex's high game a 203 and D,. lone 222,Gene Tessler 207, His father sprayed the reel fending champion, that he Orlando 29 21 .580 2
clubs tlon. And the team with the best There Is always plenty of room using two 186's.In Gene Tillman 204, Marv Lightner with water but it still burned would be on hand for his title Miami 23! 2(1( .490 6'/i
bullpen will win most of the ball the second round Tom's hands through his heavy defense. Ft. Lau'dale25 26' '.490 Gila ala.
The game, played at Kutsh.er's for new bowlers to help pro. Harry 202 and Carl Armbrust 194.
Country Club, drew a crowd games mote and keep the game at Its Sauchelll led with a terrific 658 PARENT CHILDRobert, gloves. Besides McKinley and Ral. Sarasota 21 26 .447 8'/i' plTi
of 2,200 and added $7,500 to the lofty level In the estimation of He kept the decks pretty clean with a 527-200 led the Smithsto Just before noon, Tom ate a ston, the country's No. 1 and Daf'na B'cb-18 30 .375 12

fund for Stokes, a former Cln. AND ONSET !FOR NOVEMBER church school social. indus- with games of 232-226 and 200 a 1128 total. Ycsrt #3 ham sandwich his only food No. 2 ranked players respective. Tuesday's Results ut,
during the battle. He was never ly, the squad included Frank Fort Lauderdale 4, Orlando 1
clnnatl Royal star who was MIAMI and officials. Joe Salmon blasted out A 651 listed a 1115 with Chris
) Voting It becoming try government Tracy
able to bring the ray closer than Froehllng of Coral Cables, Fla., St. Petersburg 1.2. Lakeland anwr
stricken by a paralytic diseaseat a habit in Dade County, "The WIBC needs new bowl using games of 228 and 225. showing a 422161. GregTracy No. 3
the of his NBA 200 yards and he decided to go ; Marty Rlessen of Evans. 0.1
The which attracted career.25 Florida's largest, with 420,150 ers who will enjoy the game Tex Kaverman had a 593-225 recorded a 139 single Sally after it in a boat when it playedout ton, 111,, No S; Arthur Ashe Jr., Sarasota 8, Tampa 7 lie
of the game league's, top performers registered voteri. In the last m and lateraccept positions of administrative Paul Crlckenberger 586-235. Dun 138,David Howell 136Den- 300 yards of his 400-yard 98. of Richmond, Va., No. 6; Char Daytona Beach 3.0. Miami 0.5
boosted the Stokes Fund to $32,. month, there hive been seven responsibilities." Jim Croak 582-206 Larry nis Hatcher 142 and Petey Dun pound test line. Icy Pasarell of Puerto Rico and Wednesday's Games of
500. elections in the county, As mentioned previously this Peters 553-206 and DJ. Sal- 124. Tom's battle wasn't the firstat Clark Craebner. Lakeland at St. Petersburg
mon 553206. HIGHLANDS MIXEDWith the pier Last July Mike Ashe, 21, is the first Negro Tampa at Sarasota Caw
SMALL FRY BIG FRY -- a 642-179 Gene Tessler led the Douglas IS, battled a giant jew. ever named to a Challenge Fort Lauderdale at Orlando
i"7it The Pollywogs led for the nlte men. Carol Campen used a 168 fish for 33 hours before losing It, Round squad Miami at Daytona Beach

with a 1259 as Larry Lee came for a 436 to lead all the gals. Also last July, Tom landed a ply
up with a 559 and Herb a 602. Paul Gomes shot a 192 singleton 310-pound shark, a record for exj

Danny Mulllns led the Shell Ann Davis 151 and Norma the pier. Baseball StandingsNational the

backs to their 1208 as he toss Sloan 143.lS1EM Q
Jim Marichal er

1TT1QJRDHICEG! Back Pitching In League American LeagueW. spi
L. Pet. C.B. W. L. Pet C.B. oran
CO Batting PracticeJuan Philadelphia 71 49 .607 Baltimore 74 45 .622 I
10 SUMO San Fran'co 71 46 607 5 Chicago 73 47 .608 l'/j'
\ Marichal the ace right. Cincinnati 65 54 .546 7 New York 69 48 .590 4 famdr
hander of the San Francisco St. Louis 64 55 .538 8 Detroit :.62 61 ,504 14
Test Giants, pitched batting practice Pittsburgh 63 55 .534 10 Los Angeles 62 61 .504 14 wh,
WAY DOWN! Sun\ Tuesday night before the game Milwaukee 61 56 ,521 10 Minnesota 60 60 .500 14'/a' bJ

petvteena against the Cincinnati Reds. Los Angeles 58 59 .496 13 Cleveland 55 65 ,458 19Vj J
"He threw sliders and curve Chicago 56 113 .471 16 Boston 54 66 .450 20Vj derbl.

ON OUR FEW REMAINING 3f& 9 00 ViNOG balls," said San Franks.Francisco"He Houston 5C 71 .413 23 Washington 49 74 .398 27 .
coach Herman Fit
New York 38 .317 34Vi Kansas City 44 75 .370 30
0 may be able to go again at the Tuesday's Results the

.n of s oSof end Marichal of the week.injured" his back New Tuesday's York 7, Pittsburgh Results 3 B.tlmor} ? 5, Boston 2 bet
July 29 and hasn't pitched since. St. Louis 5, Houston 2 Chicago 4, New York 3, 10 In. C
64 CHEVROLETS SIMaPS Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3, IS rings
innings Minnesota 6, Washington 1
DON'TBU' THEakaCfl1kQi& Milwaukee 3, Los Angeles 1 Lo. Angeles 1.0. Detroit 0.1
Kansas City 13.I. Cleveland 9. upye
(VARIOUS MODELS) ( Cincinnati 1, San Francisco 0 5
Wednesday's Games
We Carry ( Chicago at Philadelphia N Wednesday's Games VII
Cincinnati at San Francisco New York at Chicago N
r Complete rose / St. Louis at Houston N Los Angeles at Detroit N art
LineLIFETIME CHECK ; G Pittsburgh at New York Minnesota at Washington N
TO MAKE ROOM for Milwaukee at Los Angeles, N Baltimore at Boston N
POUR Thursday's Games Kansas City at Cleveland N

';, '65 MODELS DUE IN SOON! GUARANTEED /u 7/,.' COUNTRY ANO twUnight Pittsburgh at Philadelphia 2, New Thursday's York at Chicago Games
I, Kansas City at
Milwaukee at Los Angeles N Cleveland N
MUFFLERS CLUB Cincinnati at San Francisco Baltimore at Boston N

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Lady Bird. tats: COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Naplai.

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Wyoming LunchGREEN ..
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This railroad and highway TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' I iv

town of 3,800 served barbecued AND FOR FLORIDAJIWELL COLLIER COUNTY

buffalo for lunch Monday. The D JACKSON

First Lady of the United states ,PRET2LAVEAAL ,

Lady Bird Johnson, was there fLAVIUI 1 MANSONE LEE ,RANSONC and ,

So were more than 4,000 oth. Pie'inn,iRs. ft/Ut

ers, Including a pack of Gold. FLORIDAV"LAND "AND jo9

water boosters who had as IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
,< a,alvr4 Florida' CerpertinDa'votianu .
much fun as any Democrat.It 0'' .1

was the biggest event m
Green River and Sweetwater SUIT TO ;OO'ST' TITLtNOricI '

County in years. The towiisio. TO OE'ENb NIdwa 2-2/07

lie made the most of it. The St.i-5 el M.n" to /
Mrs. Johnson came to town to COMPANY" a d'ltolvatf FlorIn
wind up her four.day visit t I.> the ,( Corporation and or and Truilaai tl unknownSuccetkO'i or Sue S s .es..se. . . . . . . . . . .

West and to dedicate .. .
the ''''0' T'uI. .nd H..MILTONDISSTON.
nearby Flaming Gorge Like WHITFIELD. H .DRAKE PUBLIC NOTICE Boatt-Motor Accei.I' 38-Autoi For Sale
and recreation area. Earlier! in BURY J J DUNNE AND INO. fool fibariatt
the day, she had dedi ited HAM" CORY ELL 01 ,ncorooritorland NOTICE. 0' uNTENTuoN TO HP engme Hurr.cana boat w.th trailar, 60. Dodge Stuhun, Wagon, ions
or rhtrahoKltrt o* FLORIDA REGISTER 'ICTITIOUI, NAME full top and tide curtaint, farIf power broke power ileering, .
Flaming Gorge Dam in utm. LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY In. ,und..d' Coos h..by trada puah button soars hift. radio andSoil.
Gnm'Nf c. or Call J JS! or
Wyoming, with most of the lake > IEAKING: ceremonies for the main building (shown above i p'Ujlvod, Fiqr.di. C rP9r* My, thai I am conducting I a Niirsey ; JUO! l/ll ifI ., CiceTient condition' Cell
inside its boundaries or' the Honda Citrus Shout ton and W N HALDEMAN: into bunntii n ImmokjUe Plo, ? 117.7 lill| JI
sifonucil.v' th. .
a Florida Citrus
requested Exposition ,
ii h"k ;" ipouia o* tha abovanamad id* under Ihe fictitious name 01Immokal. M It fool hardtop Chris -
equal time. will bo held I Winter I la\en! Fla.. tom 01'1'11" <(< AiiK 1 19)) State and natural dafandanti, thaplacai ., N ursirysu 4 that said, Craft Sea Skiff, twin, lit hp Ferd pickup";: truck e strancs,
The tree.llned courthouse Commissioner of 01 randanci' and poll oflicaaddranai firm 'it competed ol the following, motors, hp, to thora (allay t7 Call JO to_5._ 1 Sn?__ _
AKIiculturDoyle Conner will turn the first shoxellul oil ot whom are unknown, persons whoie namei end places 0' ? bunks Hand up haad fathom
square was Jammed. A high of eaith. The $21 UOOl() structure will house the main exhibits at If tha abovi namat parioni ... dataaiad ret,dwicet, are at follot et.r E.eallant condition, Phon.
school band played. thair" ratpactivo unknown S eece Bo.en 774,9 aM"r J p'" S/IS M I9J4 Ford 2 Or Automatictrammiaiion
Groups of the annual affair. County and city officials participated in the cere- hairi. d..'...5 snntaat. craditon lOll Indian, Rv.r "",nu. Oood lecond car
pre.teen girls squealed, "HI, monies.! and all olriar partial' or parioni Titutvillo, FlaOwnerthip FIRST TIME OFFERED For IIM Sos at River Park
Lady Bird." The President's'wife damns by tnrousn or und,, o* ImmolialM Nursery Apt bi or call Ml. I Mil.
them ratpactivaly and all enS., ,it ai folio.! Recent .d. in II Chr.iCraft I,,' tf
called back, "Hi, you.all." parioni or partial having or claimInf S Reeco Bowen I.. Skiff New bottom
r"ht." till. 0' intarait ,in loll Indian, River, Avenue and tida, pintoowvamnlsh-, ,
Nearly every store in town and te any tha loMowina' daicnbad prop Tituivilla, FlaII Li'lackalt lien boi, top nda 45-Trailers For Rent
closed. Half the homes dls. Floor St. Augustine arty Ivinj, and bfma. m Colliar, i is my nl.nlon to apply to In. and buck canval Now comIRUNK
played American nags Keating Facing County Florida, to wit.p'AHckL' Clark of the Circuit, Court in sod pass, Sri .stnc hor and ny T'a'' II a ....k, wIS TV
on A for Calhar, County Fiona to ,..'. Ion Itn. ISis boat was 10colly 110 a week 5 paces t) a week
porches or lawns. ot Oovarn tar ha sold name of 'Immokala. Owfld It ,in b..utotul con Rock Creek Trriler, Perk
AM of trial portion ,. Salt
dO" and is .dy to ,01
The holiday atmosphere was mint Lot i. in I Section, 13 TownihipSO Nuriery under the provilioni 01 11395 4/7llt
replete with speeches, too. Contempt Suit South Singe 21 Eait: according Acts Ch.pler 01 19t 75453.!. Laws ot 'Iorlda. .SMITH C'IORISCRAPT'
to o plat' ol by Horation' Jan > meen
There were UA senators from Fight For NominationNEW hint, Jr datad lurvay II'S at sucH "plat n 0IWJ 7"Il Sand en "i's 'bd O. 1t12Help MI 48-Apts. For Rent

Utah and Wyoming rc arid and cartitiad by .lh D
Secretar) Ball r. Gantral I, C"'Y".' 5. RrrCE 10WfN Por Rent
of the Interior Stewart L. Udall I In tha Surveyor Norih on. hall ol Inn. North Aus H 21 Sept I. I. I I9M :753 Wanted New. duplen ipls 2 br I b.lhs

and the beaming Mrs. Johnsonto YORK (AP) Rep. and refusal to Near DecisionJACKSONVILLE ona hall ol tha Southwatt Quartar ..ch. nu' buch S cont.
support the national NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO
el tha Northwait Quartar 01 laid ADULt ftHM. male" or le Ideal for taachar% Will furnnh,
make them. Paul A. FIno, Bronx County Re. ticket Is tantamount to Section tJ. I... tha Eait: K taat RIO/STER: 'ICTI"OUI NAME mile' capable' of handluii prooficutine ,d.vr.d Call Mrs Hoffman
Shoshone and Arapahoe In. pubilian chairman, has ,'hal. triaraol: and all that portion ol Qov ISo und..n.d, d".. h..by e.. dink on full time bam Midway t H4t I/U ?01HUM
bolting the Republic party (AP) j A, tify, that I : ;
arnmant Lot 1, In SfCtion li Town am condurting a C u.in.ss Mm) be Heady IIKKI tidbit
dlans danced in the streets. lenged Sen. Kenneth B. Keatingof Fino declined to estimate how, precedent setting contempt 01, hip &0 South. Rania It Lean according Contultinj' and Ta. Work bulmeil: k,''KM >pelliiievid "0' k ( ,..,1!> Pttcr,'irs DIY W.rk e'Mon'h
And there was the Rochester for the COP noml. to a a lurvay by Naples, Florida, ,u,irt.r tlm I ,11,onnama WI',yussoil.s, Wi.u Con,., ,IRIS MOtIL1 Mlzor
barbecuepit. of the court under 'V'
many 300 member of tin case the Civil Horatio. Jankini' datad isis ai of GENERAL' BUSIfltS I iiiii., tv N.w.. Hoi IMf A C 0' MI blSS
On a spit roasted a 6 00. nation to the U.S. Senate. Republican State Committee Rights Act headed today to. uch plat ii praparad and co\ Fino D Ball, Survayor Can eompot.d of the followini pertonwhoie :\ \ TIDK: XI'TS<
buffalo.It says Keating who for. by LaRoy
pound might support him. He said, ward a decision which directly; aral, which' I.sos ,in tna North ona. n.mos and nlacei of ratdoncee 13-Help Want. Female rekly' Mnnlhiv S..onMOd..n
took 11 buffalo to feed the mally announced for a second however, that he expected back. affects three St. Augustine busIness hall 01 tho Northaait Quartar oltha ara .. followtB turn,therl .'Ioc.ncOI
term Ouartar ol tha NortS.asat O Voo .bn I5o blue Point' E'penenred teacher loJrnrle hi
Tuesday 'cannot and Southeast '
hungry. Ing by two congressmen from people and has wide implications. quartar ol laid Saction, 22, A v.nu.: Naplai FloridOwneri'ilp / Private school Cell Net'a bdonm IrIs
Most of the diners, including should not" ask for renomlna. Nassau County on, Long Island, PANCkL 5 of laid It ai fo'lowa!! or 2 1JIO, 1111 If I K.II.. E Naples

Mrs. Johnson, preferred to take tlon as long a* he continues; to !- Fr.nk g*. ,Becker and Steven William Chew and hhl wire A pareil Di iovarlnty 'land now to I.'I is 0.gil Vs..uiq, lnt.nlipu-, //p 110'S.ipply( I ip CAPABLE ADULT, female, lo t
from the other 10 buffalo pre. withhold endorsement bf presl. 'Derounlan.; Johnnie, managers 6f the Palms tlllad adUconl $to to Qovirnmant Oavarnmant lot LotI ), Clint 0' tI's Ctrclt Court: In hd)of fit. Into atpondint I newt department .APT GREtN ACRES Ml

pared as "buffalo tips a la bour. dentlal nominee Barry Goldwat. Later, Becker Issued a state Congress Inn, are accused of! I.Saction I Saction'22. 21 and, Townihip SO South ISO Coil,tai4., Csunt'nama" ot Plorda GENERAL 10 re bllll.,istr Mutt, bo to ,handle ibio to women type well tide and t 29W Iill.1I

glgonne." The dish is sauteed er. ment In Washington saying h. contempt.. by refusing a room to Ranga 21 (sit, Colliar ipaciticahy County. FlorIda I daicnbad : NESS SERVICES Undo the provitiont w"it. pl.only u'd accur. ole --
meat onions olive oil tomato Until Fino declared his candl.da be. a Negro. booms mora of Chaptar J094J. Laws 01"Io"d. Prouo.stw5i.pOienCoslIubir SAIU: 1't1101I.I'T: .
could not
support Keating ai lollawiFrom
"Acts of l lOft l lWitnen bun "ol uII Srci.
puree, chicken broth, spires and <'y In a sUtement in Washing. cause of the senator's failure to Charles M. Lance Jr. a tlm tha Sdutharly cornar Loti common i and I. my hand th,' 17 day DI .,. cuSuowo I'IJ';: : SuIt t 5l,1 MI 504.' ff55llIi A'I A..
to 'tha laid Oovornmani <
ton Ausult. loaf "m. womb Wilr CoIl Coon _
burgundy.Mrs. Keating had been expected endorse Goldwater and his vice ber dealer and nonsalarled deputy to a plat I el a aurvay by B 0 VOEQELINAus '0 Nrps Pus 111/ A 32 I.11 it 0 MO 1100bdrm
Johnson called It "fan. to win unanimous nomination at presidential running mate, Rep., sheriff is accused of Intlml. ..c'.'I'In5' kl ., Jr, dined and cartiliad ltr, ailuch I It. >*, sept ? t 191.4 :an Secretary with neal .slat.es. Pure. !" apt! EfliclenV ;

tastlc. Really delicious. A taste the Republican State Committee William E. Miller of New York. dating Negroes. by LaRoy plat II 0 praparad Ball Sum,,. or Oanaral. p.nence Good ihorthand a Ave. South V. Air Ml Con? IM Mt or ItO MlFurnnhed

treat, like tender beef, well sea. meeting here Aug. 31.Finn's Miller said Tuesday that The contempt action may seta run the Northerly and Oovarnmant on the: lina Loll common a mutt write(alary Sos open liSt tot A 21,interview 'Collier S fsnl 7m,1I

soned." move raised the possl. Keating' announcement that he" precedent for civil rights diitanca to ol illS U laat.. thanca run Vcteran'sCorncr County H..... Naplei. fie. I bedrooman epart

blltty of a floor fight at the would campaign Independentlyot cases through the south. It con. North 19* 61' U" Wait a diitanca 01 1/1 ifSI .".,lbli Sept I I. Call
lib i laat to an Intersection, with tha J 7.IM or after I 10 p m, I II Jl
meeting, but nomination of the national ticket would not tnds the three persons violated Eaitarly, ", .."d.. line ol Naplai 1 r ".OGHI t'H[ H, Good, &ho,1hond "11C 71 75 75 11
Noxious Keating appeared certain Koat. to lam plat ol .u,. ."d Tepins .q".d
FumesIn Injunctions Issued earlier this Bay according
hurt II, Miller expressed confidence i. the Paint Of Bagm'couria Pl.aiant' working condition in
Ing's announcement won favora. see to office Permanent 49-Houtes For Rent
that he and Goldwaterwill month ordering 17 restaurant Printing '
Plant Blast ble reaction party lead. I lc thane continue North EDITOR'S NOTEi li J Sow are tail End ot Central, Ave M
among :
and motels to
win New York State's 43! serve Negroes S evIl 5115\ 1 \\llli IllS SIHctl NORTH"
61' 3> Wait, a diitanca ot 655
ers Including Gov. Nelson A authoritative answers by the .
electoral votes. and ordering other persons not 1..1 1 bedroom ? bath available atonra
Routes HundredsTAMPA Rockefeller, State Chairman Keating, in announcing hit to interfere Course; rOil)i thence North Ii lid to Veterans Administration to 14-Help Wanted Male, IMP C.1I1 t/4 a/H IINaplet

Fla. (AP) -Fred A. Young and Sen. JacobK. candidacy: at a news conference, Chew testified he refused a the ot Naplai praiant lay mien; high' water line some of the many current questions Manor. t bedroom com

Hundreds of persons were rout Javlts spoke of "deep differences" between room to Arthur Funderberk, a Couria ol 13))tna, 15 laid incisIon praiant' I the mean meandari from former servicemen and Want Ch.n Survey, man lnilrum.nl for 1w, t.rrn men plet.lv: 'furm shed|60 515 Call,per 10 monthunluroiihed lo N,.

ed from their homes by noxious Fino said "Keating's failure him and Coldwater. Negro, because of a policy not high water 1 line ol Naplai I.Norhwsnimiy and their families. Further employment: I so Marco island: l '7>7

fumes Tuesday night after 55. to have local residents as motel to Northerly to North Call Mr Height at Ml' f HOI ,
a Questioned by reporters, however . easi.' ,u mora or Ian. toe Information on veterans benefits or Ml 1JIM III'| III Guest Souse f e.n I. I Bad
gallon drum of underwaterweed Keating caldt "I hope guests. Mrs. Chew was 111 and point, r-Zlr'r.' : (maaaurad atrllht may be obtained at any VA roan'. ..mpl.I.ly fun.h.d. call
killer exploded at a chem. very much that I can suiiporl not called as a witness. n:1oh: : Couria No 1.; office. CAPABLE ADULT. male. "with MI 7 555)
Hoffa Plans C sums sn.mun North SO1 good referencei who hai abilitylo HENTAL. _
Ical plant. the national ticket I've always Lance testified he followed 00 Eait, a dutance, ol Ii laat co.., the human tide of Ihe t Bdrm I Bath Api. l" SO par
More than 100 persons were left the door open and It'* still I Funderberk from the motel more or Ian to e point lying 131 71 See now Mull be goorl type mo
laat North (maaaurad at right, an- wril.r, mia welf peuuleend lid,,,, I PaIlS Fu, .ih.d
treated at hospital emergency open. I simply do not know what twice last week with the Inten. ,I..) of Coune No I, Q..As so-called peacetime haw rair*.ct I f..r accuracy Home 1100
rooms for eye and nose irrita. the future may hold." tlon of protecting him, not Course Oil I thence run South 1C Full time lob Wrote Collier J'.Lrp'I
tloos and JQ Appeal New frightening him. M' 15" East parallel "with Couria veteran am I entitled to any County! N..... Boi [lit Al Bdrm ,,,,",,h.d Home, Carport '
cramps nausea. A harming or
major threat to Kexting'schanees No I, a d..t.".. ol 192 hit more utility,
Tha fumes, from a chemical In the' general election "I suggest you deliberate) or I..., to an Intersection, "with 'healoraiald disability compensation from full or part time help inquire I Bdrm I Bath sour Kwik fhekunfurnished

called acrolein, billowed fr6m U the possibility that Clare followed this man to scare him Eaitarly according meander to the Jenkina line at the VA? Ray 1"011' Pure Oil. IM Sit Open SundaysC.uShe.n
Neplei lay iPSO N Trail-
open doors and windows Into the Booths Luce, a staunch Gold. U.S. District Court Judge\: Bryan 5005 5', being on tha Waiterly boundary A..Yes, such dUabllltyconi Ave, South I/H itM.n Ml .I IS> ,/1, I 'wIO

heavily populated, mostly Negro 5-Year TermCHICAGO water supporter, Mill run for the Simpson challenged Lance."No I, Saction ol the 13;saId Government Lot pensatlon Is generally 80 percent wanted Lawn maintenance V... wa have another tiled. (_)

neighborhood. Mass traffic jams Senate as the Conservative par. Sir," Lance replied. ''IdOII.t Couria (C): .nlnk South 10 10' thewarilme rates How helpful end yard but work nnt tapertanco neceliarySlanlman room houie for rent Furmthed

caused by curious onlookers (AP) The chief ty candidate want to scare anybody." Weil. 445 on the leet,laid more or, Isis meanderline to the ever, If the disability occured Properly Memlanance12I City,, .Water nd, H. TV W Welkin Cable Jill Mlt .1 iJ

hampered firemen and police counsel of James R. Hoffa says Keating conceded that Mrs. As a deputy, his order were Point, of 5.'inning under extra hazardous conditions Third, SI South l/ll If loon I/I If '.

trying to reach the area In gas he will appeal the five-year Luce would draw votes that oth. to protect Negroes testing the .All that portion PARCEI.,, ol C Government wartime rates apply. I bill. iurii h.d or unfur

masks. prison term given the Team. erwlse might go to him. civil rights law, Lance said. lot I. In Section 23. Tewmhip M .., 18-lnveitments ii,ihi rt hou,%. with' i at port on
y Are veterans ever prvilp nMIl < ill And.rlon
required i
"First you choke, then you get sters Union president on a mail Mrs. Luce playwright, Sheriff 1.. O. Davis backed up a South plat, ol Range o u'r.Elt according Horetio Jen-to Ml SOU hOof ,.
abdominal fraud and conspiracy con vie. Lance. The sheriff said 90 to pay for care receive Wanted p.rion. man or mal'B
cramps and nau. former Republican percent dim Jr, deled 1575 ai ,
congress. tuc1.t I ...."ou. 01 ...II.n' rotu
sea said Vernon tion. of testers U prepared and certified" In Veterans Administration I.
Barchard, woman from Connecticut, am. integration are D, Bell Survayor 0.n.r.I. which Tdnprolilable' 50-Room* For Rent
photographer for the Tampa Maurice Walsh, Hoffa's chief bassador to Italy during the El. followed by a deputy or state I Ii., in the North Two thirds ol hospitals Aeonnet them' .

Tribune. "I vomited 15 mln. attorney, said he would appealthe senhower administration and patrol officer to assure their the one Hall South ol one tha-hall Southwell of" the Querterol North A-The circumstances under of Franchn.d. loceted m u ':.7.b't": ,.'; bolll Huom Call 10' MI rent 1 till..,'h 1/11'rbst JI,

utes." sentence and ask for a new wife of publisher Henry R. Luce safety. the Northw.it Quartar ol laid, which a veteran might be I.and, Honda. Ford Si,| three and GeneralMntoril IChryl I

Police Capt. 1.,. J. Buchananand trial within the l&day period es. _aid Tuesday she would haveto thereof Section' 13 end its all .the that Eait portion 50' leet at charged for care received In Corp Minimum inv.itmant 53-Lliting Wanted

fireman Lionel Hernandez, tablished Monday by Judge give more consideration to the Healthy Baby a oen mint Lot I, Section, 27. Town" a VA hospital arises rarely.It ISO Collar'000 Cnunly Write New.. 505 _I'l'AlJ L'IC I _M.
were hospltali/ed for observa. Richard B. Austin of U.S. District Conservative party Invitation to ship SO South, Range 21 East es Is that a Nave bup.r. foe tow cO.1 hom.i tin
cording to a 'VI a lurveby possible veteran r.., Nplo', Collier County57Houte "
tlon.Herbert Court. Horetio Jenkina, loiS ai admitted to a VA hospital, Is 23-Mitc For Sale tOmoity f.,' no the T.I /lIil
Friedman, presidentof Judge Austin sentenced Hoffa, run.Atty.. Cen. Robert F. Kennedy Born In Plane such plat la prepared end cerlilied determined
later have
by LaRoy D. Sail, Surv.yor Qen- not to
Southern Mill Creek Chemical 51, to four concurrent five-year Is reported to have more than oral, which ".. 'in the North Twothirdi Llvini room and dining, room For Sal.
Co. terms and fined him 10000. He ol the South one hill ol the legal entitlement, so would be drapei 90 yard ot materiel,
oc. enough delegate votes to win the 25,000 Feet Up Northeeit. Quarter el the Soulheail billed for his Also linen, and cotton clolh Alia 304mm.. I 5th 5ck 0.n..,
curred, said the chemical fumes said the term would be served Democratic Senate nominationat Quarter ol the Northeast Quarter care a three double end two linilepaneli Carport Fire Piece -'

were not poisonous. after Hoffa finishes an eight. the party's state convention MIAMI (AP) Eastern Air 01 said' I.cllon 71PARCEL 0 veteran may be admitted for pattern ol. drepery iurquoiil malarial, I. 'tloral end Walk Sunday lo .Caribbean:..., .te tthool Neelty Op.n alsO _

Friedman said he was In the year prison sentence Imposed III here on Sept, 1, Lines reported today a baby was .A ear,.I 0' .o".n'y, land now" Injuries sustained In an auto brown Alto lodt end cornicaa North' N Trail. Ml 111)1drivawey ,

plant office when he heard an Chattanooga, Tenn., for jury born Saturday at 25,000 feet al. filled orljocent to 0 ou.mo mint Lot mobile or Industrial accidentand or tee call., i HO lOut Second Ave '/11" a/e w. II
3. Saction 22. Tawnihip JO South
explosion about 8 p.m. He said tampering. Hoffa has appealedthe 200 Students tltuite on Flight 5006 between Ranga 25 Eeit Collier, County" FlorIda : "third party" liability determined One-I II cetf.ol.hlo. t Be PtllVfe. IIMOI<''.AlENo N,

the chemical apparently built conviction. Philadelphia and San Juan, Pu. being, mere ipecilicelly" doicribed later. If the veteran name neurItis, one II ,inch TV. Ounce muSt Soil th,. 501,05w
Judge Austin sentenced Hoffa ea followt On. Movie Cam.ra and Pro I hulk Sim,i .., tIlt MOOR"
up pressure inside the contain trto Rico. From lha Southaail cornar of Qovarnmant Is awarded damages based j.rl.'. rh' p MI ? M<*l Pill M INC.I."tr.. h. .1 I "." I
er blowing off the and and six codefendants Monday on The child and his Lot 3. lection 22 Townihip' "
top Challenge KhanhSelfElevation a boy, wholly or In part on the cost ( ",,",I.nn. .m5Ic5lS'Ii..S
spewing snowflake.slze powderover convictions of mall fraud and mother, Mrs. Nalda Bonllla of vs fountFlorida as.nS R.ns, actor in .:..tto Cout.pi,:; of the medical services Involved 26-Pertonal "ii .. '.l ,h/b.lt'i", l.m5.
" "I. n n".d." .
a store room. conspiracy July 26, stemmingfrom Camden, N. J.. were reporteddoing of a sure.v by Ho..Ioo J.nkn. .
the VA seek ..d d..h* .he 101. .c moaned
a scheme to fraudulentlyobtain Jr d.t.d lain ae sock plat u pra may payment
Firemen, wearing gas masks fine at San Juan. "ad and certified by LeRoy 0Sail .. owomsw'NcnSloO Ii'," h p..d d'"roov siiddfa
and rubber suits, entered the more than $23: million Mrs. Bonilla boarded the night Surveyor amoral I, run North y When I am discharged poblomh' ASS IG' h"p by call ,", "hon. MI Slut .l'.I
four-story to the from the Teamster pension SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) at Friday on tha Eaal, Una ol' the md Government from the service, will I be 'n| Ml 7 4141 1 11"0"% cord,ally 'I PM ,, \In"
building cap Philadelphia night.
About 200 students challengedMaj. ; Lot 1. a diitanca of 714 I welcomed Maelmii ,in PimsI .
drum. Many were overcome fund.Prosecutors Just before midnight, an attend ,..,, thence run North 5t' If If entitled to any pension from PapIst I Church Annei on 515St tItAN CLUS SAY AREA- YACHT' '

when fumes seeped through said appeal pro. Cen. Nguyen Khanh's ant reported to the captain that Weil a ,dutance, with ol the 177 fait to enInterteetion VA? ,,, at 7th Ave every laos and Ckarmini' I bsdrsm hom.. lICee..kbomhsod.
right to assume the president msand. C O1ht,0015Ptt .
loose masks. cedures could forestall Imprls. she appeared to be having labor .' line of Naplae Bay according A..Pension benefits are fire coreort. p..d,

Police, using sound trucksor. onment for Hoffa for as long as and accused the United State pains. sstblst, to, ,tha Ih.laid"on'plat 01 ol Pm'on'ns lurvey' to available to veterans who are TOM.:r"I"n; , ,.'I at The dittenco to beech place pier, theater walking
of Intervening In South Vletna. I'rstch.nci. their end ihoppmg 114.500 111 14thAve
dered evacuation of 16.squar two years.Hoffa's C /I from I', doscrbodPorno Cove Your
a Dr Marilyn S. Mahon of liar. ours ) permanently and totally disabled
aardi are loins South. Ph Ml
mese domestic' affairs at a |UU Chrntmii By owner
of eonlmul North .
sentence 1 Beeinnlng
block area around the plant. was the noisy rally In the Student Un. rlaburg, Pa., an obstetrician, !. If 35" Waal III feet, more or from causes not attributable Let i order eerlyIIt I M7I 4/H 41
Firemen, using hoses, brought maximum permitted five quickly went Into action and 22 loss, te the preienl t moen SipS, .... to their service ai. ?4'35.vicn ,";;.I C'.lm U" w'aTr'tVwYli
the fumes under control years for each of three counts of Ion headquarters today. tar line of Naplae I BeyCourie ; military GaS home New' " "
shortly Khanh had broadcast a veiled minutes after Mr. BonllU'i (2) thance In a Northaaitarly provided they have had 90 or Offered carpel t bath, den and I utility
and five and
fraud the
before midnight. year pain were detected delivered a u direction elong the laidpraient rooml Many eilrea MAR'
fine for conspiracy.The threat that the youths stood a meen high water line, 175 more days active service, any (.1' "I le.nin, LOWE 4 BECK. 41) UN Ave
CROSSED.UP POLLINATION codefendant and their chance of being drafted Into the healthy boy. te.t. more or ,.... te e paint laO part of which was served In :eliMI S;MliTrom: I to I p mH . Ml l 5221. 1112..11
The sterilised shoelace of the feat Northerly maaaurad p.rpan I: 71
ICHITA, Kan. (AP The sentences are: army If they demonstrated d'Cular 1o CourCouril No I; wartime, or If they were discharged .
pilot Mel French 59
Capt. Acreage
was )
his i3t. tS.n.e duo North U
against government Refer. SLIP COVERS
pollination, procedure: mixed Benjamin Dranow, a former for disability. The
got used to tie the umbilical cord feet, mora or I..., to en Internefon
up in AnIle Looney's garden this Minneapolis businessman, five ring to the scheduled meeting, French wit a line parellel "with' end veteran also must meet certain Tropcst 0'1 a Upt'lst.v'
wired ahead to San
he said the students could tit II fee North (manured at right' 105
year, year He will begin the sen. con. Juan for an ambulance and a angle, ) of C ours. Ma I. Income limits. Your nearest JO arss h'e" a dy 1."tI. 'It

As a result he his potato tence after he completes a prison trol their own destinies, "whichare doctor who examined the mother "C.,.. ((4)) thance Sooth If |e< V A Reglona I office will i pro 8-Autot For Sale mil.I LOWE,' from* COurthouie Mh MA-Ave
I, tail dmanca of Hi feel.
being decided within few a
a 1'Mi.4U
vines with tomatoes term he Is now serving for
hanging and baby there at Sooth, Ml t/l.tt
2 a. m. re. 10 an 'n'.c"on milk tki a'.ad vide further details,
among the leaves and potatoes fraud and tax evasion. hours ported that the birth was nor. a.t.ly Mund.r Lye, ItU Chryilar for tale Goodraniporlation 10 acrei Cl.s.otoUS 41.
lie suggested the students Couria (Ii thanca South 10' IfI 1100 IIM (roadve
Calvin Kovens. Miami Beach Termi Collier Count
rowing at the miss mil and both SIC If JI41 ocro
were In good <'on.dltion. DO" w.., aiCog tks Said msaodo. North "' Eait the Trail.,
contractor, three years and a continue their school work, but I i.si W feel. mora or lisa. to the Build Series Of 1//II tl.lIy on
$',000 fine. said If they wish "to participateIn Point of Beginning, 1951 Ford ,."..table ".,d 'lop / I

Abe I. Welnblatt, a retired the struggle of the whole Miller that You a and Suit' each to Quiat of you Title are" notified lo Ihe Sea Buoys For 7 ody sue ,in good condition, ilICr : ,Fir, ,t trailer Iracli homeailo- m acre- over I.ire I

NEW :JfH'P New York furrier now living In Vlctnameee people, the armed Urges above deicnbad property hat been is foot Chr t trail wh| 10 hp leads with electricity end
Miami Beach one hour In custo. force will welcome them with filed .,"n.I, you and you ara hareby Ocean Research ,nbo.d Cay b. our ,i'm whrSt ,,,.d' Olh" 5i5' .",.... ',ac',
required to lerve o coDe of yourAniwer apo.pot 5/la Itt ) down 110 poP mon'h and
dyand a 15,000fine, open arms" Firm In la Ihe CemeUmi' on the "p Op.n lun..y. Cell,., Coo,

lia* Arrived Zachary Strate Jr., New Or. Evidently heeding that u.irn, Policy PlaintHI'McDANltL Attorney Suit T,CONDON 5.IcH, Build AND JACKbONVfLLL. ) The ty Really 1//1 w. II

leans builder and now living In Ing, the student stayed Inside ng Naplee Collier County Florda. first of what may be a series of
In NUIJ'I'4' and did not demonstrate RedsNEW and Ma the or g,nal ,n tha office world girdling sea buoys to gain.er Vt acre tracli II 00 down" ondII00
San Juan, P.R., three years and Police Handling of Ihe Cl.rk of the Circuit Court par month'. No irrtareetIM
a ,OOO fine.S. kept,. the building under survtil.: on or before the Oath riay" of AugualI'M Oceanographic data for the V.S. | 00 One mile from Golden
to Stay! I lance. The the ollterwiae the .".,.t,... ai Navy will be launched Thurs. Gale City' Open Sunday Colher -
George Bunts, New York meeting was first YORK (AP) Pep lei down in Ihe complaint "will betaken County Flealty I I/U tf

accountant, 18 months and a IS,. of a series scheduled this week William E. Miller, making his ei confinedThie day.The
000 fine, and next that Is expected laterto first Campaign appearance In notice, will .. nblnhed once huge sea buoy was built Quick, d.al It sores IM par
WOt( ) .. aaeh week for four (isi conie'ulivewaeka acre Open Collier
"Mrt* /!*I-wIJ{ Bonds were let at $10,000 for Include street marc'hes. his home state since lie won the ,m the Colder, County Sews. by Jacksonville shipyards for County" H.elty 'nd'Y"i'7 w e It
W yf Hoffa, $2.500 for Welnblatt and Student leader declared the Republican nomination for vice 0 daily newioaeer o' general circu Initial tests.
mc tettvicc I." ," Collier
pukl'ihed in ,
$ ,000 for the other*. ruling military council, In which prelldent, called Tusda> night Florida" County "Eventually It Is anticipated 62-Builneu/ PropertyflTa

Khanh moved up from premierto for "firmness" In dealing with Dated this, U,,, day of July. IM4.at that a large network of these '

president Sunday, 1* not rep.reseritative Cnmiriuolst controlled countrl*. I'''a.Lost Naplai. Collier County, FlorMAftQAfttr ocean data stations will be po. : ,' tromaie MO a front foot
If Its
You Can Be Sure of the people Millar addressed 100 Polish. T SCOTT sltloried, throughout the major land Between Turned Naplee Open and. Marco Sundays I.,

Other declared: that Amerl. American organization leader Clerk By IDVTM of the Circuit TYOITT Court ice-fro waters of II* wr>rM"a Collier founly Realty' "/1 w. It

WESTINGHOUSEAppliance can official Instigated Khanh's at a session of the American D....'.. Clerk Navy puKeain"n sanS
CORDON AND McOANICL' 6S-Gen. Real EstateOwoir
election: a* president, In whichhe Council of Polish Cultural Clubs. Attorneya for ,P>,...ntff. The buoy has 100 ladi": rha/w

supplanted the popular Ma j.) He said no one In the United turte 7, Belch, Bulldmf, nels for gathering, storing and
muel ". 10
Neolea Florida unit Motel
Gen. Duong Van Minh as chiefof State can consider himself JuLY II auo 4 10141004 l UlJt sending oceanocraDhle- Information Plus 4 Ioodoo", sp.romno .,,
state. "wholly free" until the people of It Is 40 feet In diameter, ? I 41 .Colli" c"'y R.allw21 ..

Sales & Service Poland and the other Commu. even feet deep and hat a 40. / w If

Panama rank 11th In nlst satellites are free should be peop.to.rjeope! not foot high antenna. It weighs IIEWSPAPER AU WlU NIL? 1'00 66-lnlur.nc.

gross Miller said U.S. aid) to the to the government" about 50,000

Sales & Service Inc. tonnage among maritime nations Communist government of Po. He said "the right of Mlf.det. pounds liT YCMJi JOt 'Ollf, 110 MATTEl I.,;'. Moose Au'o.-Honto...syP.n P.Owner m.n.

Courtesy today but most ship flying thecountry' land does not help the Polish ermlnation" Is what Americanswant Tuna WMAr IT ISflUI, $ETINSCl t".,

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