Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00231
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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 20, 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: VID00231
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296134
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Workshop Session i Hearing Continued .. i

NHS Student Council :
OOLDWATER Council Mulls

', eemuar

Preps For Real Thing r.

shop. The students used their
Ingenuity and much wisdom. Sewer
of for this ; GripesCity
Student Council at Naples Most the plans AaA

Senior High School helda workshop were made by Linda

workshop yesterday. ThLs Uhllch and Ray Etlers who attended -
workshop was designed to "get a one week Student Coun -

the members thinking" by pro- cil workshop at Stetson University Council yesterday' after bond issue) ln the district caraeto

viding various problems at flc- in Deland. noon took under advisement approximately $783,833 Wood aald Dlvidlngth
tlonous schools. 40 written protests cost by the number of assessable

The members began by numbering WORKING HARD isA w by property owners objecting to square feet resulted III a per.
off--odds In! one room This workshop was not the rc Li Sanitary Sewer District No. 3 square foot charge of 3.37 cents.

and evens In another. Firstof first time that the council members assessments Cards were mailed out recent
have together this Many persons In the audienceof ly by the City to sewer district
all, they were given a schoolIn gotten t 30 Indicated they had flirt properly owners, stating the
a particular area that has summer. They began comingto protests in writing and offered
Just opened. They were toldto school last week working on SI SItv additional comments Mayor Archie (Continued on page X)

give It a name, mascot various projects committees. _..- ,. _ ."'-.r Turner aid that Council
colors and a cheer. For example Besides this they have also will consider carefully all protests .

one of the groups was been helping the teachers pre- NO GOOD POLITICIAN would be caught dead without his campaign and Council carried over Ar

given a new school In the Cape pare for the opening of school material so Mark Stc'cnson.'ice president of the Scranton Republican the public hearing until Thursday .

Kennedy area. They called by carrying books sorting Youth Organization in Washington, Pa., brought some with September n, at 9 am.

themselves the "Green Martians things and doing other odds him on his Naples visit. (NEWS photo) Council members weie reluctant
to schedule the continuation
and ends.
," their colors we re
and white and they had an appropriate One of the big projects these will to September be 16,
there public hearings
cheer.SOLUTIONS. committees have been workingon If 'Adlai' Only Knew the 1964-65 budget and on the revised The or
Is student handbook. Previously -
coning code that day, In
JUDGED new students were addition to regular Council business. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

This was worked on a competitive handed various pamphlets papers Some Councilmen may not
basis--there were judges etc., on the first day and be here fortheSpptemberZmeet- LONDON (AP) A Los An.
A ;
them. Now Certain geles psychiatrist the In.
present, and both groups had to wade through Republican Ing says
the Student Council will combine At the start of yesterday's creasing US. divorce rate may
were trying to come up with be
caused by easier divorce procedures
rules and regulations hearing, City Manager Vince
winning Ideas. courses offered requirementsfor Wood told Council he had re- rather than a rise In
Getting down to more serious celved 31 protests In writing. unhappy marriages
business each new school was graduation faculty listing. Named Stevenson. The number mounted as sever Prof: Norman Brill told the
honor code code of sportsmanship .
given a problem to cope with. al persons In the audience hand. first International congress of
One school had a parking lot absence excuse rules ed their written objections to social psychiatry that many
problem. The other had a problemwith grading system and various A prominent Republican Is campaigning for the Republican he goes over to the Republican Wood people used poor excuses when

community relations other things in one 20 page In town-and few Neapolitansare nomination. Mark was one of offices to run errands hand seeking divorce.

since they were a new school booklet. Rather than printing aware of the fact. the Washington Pa..youths who out pamphlets, address envelopes OBJECT GENERAL He claimed that Interfering

they wanted the respect of the them the first yearthe councU were busy helping the Republican assemble material.-and Though the hearing supposedly rmrfuers.ln.Uw, money prob.
Mark 12, Is visiting was to hear protests only to con. '
Stevenson Urns
them. nagging, drinking and
community.Mrs. plans to mimeograph headquarters there. When the list goes on. flrmatlon of the final assessment
JJ3 Roan commented This way they can iron out the his grandmother.' Scranton lost the! _nomination. Mark says that while they are roll fir .Iwtolg now sower'otto sexual Incompatibility were
and decide what other Mrs. Harry Stevenson\! -441 danger .signals, bnt' tot lbs baste
that many good Ideas.and solutions wrinkles Central Ave. Mark i3 the vice Mark and hU ulends! began campaigning\ for Goldwater, wood laid that nine of the causes of dIvorce. He said Im.
things they would like to Include for Sena- have forScrsn- fire:
came ours this, work- president of the Scranton Republican campaigning actively they still hopes 31protiais merely "object maturity at the time of mar.
. before going to the greater expense Youth in tor Goldwater.He ton. "He'll probably run for ed to sowers generally." rlago played a big role
of printing.The Organization and another boy are the the Senate--and he has a real Three others complained that

council Is also making Washington Pa. only two members of this group good chance In the election of the assessments would be a nn.
New Students'Orientation plans for an orientation program While Governor Scranton was who aren't teenagers. They *68," social hardship and 19 of the MOSCOW (AP) Soviet
doorbells under attack
for new students this have desk and Mark Scran- 31 protests. objected to inequality are
Set a telephone at met
Even when not ringing they use
of treatment In their ...... ,
Monday.The the Republican headquarters ton and other officials at
top ments, Wood said up all the power that can be
For Next MondayAn high school has plan- Cash Lacking In the mornings he attends a a dinner held In Washington Before next month's continua. generated by a normal hydro

ned a Student Council faculty special class In summer schoolon Pa.Besides tlon of the hearing Council will lectrlc station a reader writes

orientation program for luncheon Tuesda,, August 25, Pennsylvania history and campaigning for be assisted In Its evaluation of Izvestla, the government paper.
new students will be held at at the Beach Club. Speakerfor UN May Pull government In the afternoons. Goldwaterhe helped in the local the protests by the consulting The reader said that he has
the Naples Senior High School discovered that all Soviet door
They handed out lilacCrowand Elds.
this event will be Roy E. elections too. engineers,
Monday from 9:30 until noon. Ktnnick assistant superintendent pamphlets and did "a lot of n.... "Give us your professionalview bells are equipped with tiny
The Student Council which is Out Of CyprusUNITED "Councilman transformers which constantlyuse
of Instruction for Pine lias that street corner campaigning. of these complaints, .
making the plans for this No You're Not Carl Hoffmann asked and power.
urges all Incoming sophomoresand County His schools will be Clearwater. NATIONS, N.y, what does his mother thinkof Dr. Fred Eldaness replied "We The writer said he has oom.plained .
topic student-faculty lo the
students new to Naples to (AP-U.N. Secretary General will do this." government but
all this ? Mrs.
relations. ThingsIf politicking was told the design cannot be
attend. U Thant said today he might Seeing Just prior to Hoffmann's ques.than
Kenneth Stevenson
A. altered
The orientation will The council will also workas have to withdraw the U.N. says Wood said that the assessment .
them hosts for the Collier County peace force from Cyprus soon "1 can't Imagine better thing roll as prepared "is fair,
be designed to acquaint looks bit
Educational Association meet- if it does not get more financial this front page a for him to do during his spare in our own jlld"lIIellTh.. manager MIAMI (AP) A cruise ship
with the rules and regulations. support.At different to you don't check your time." So, If anyone needsa noted that there are 1,463: said a 10,000 =Russian tanker
of ing Thursday, August 27. .
and various other it Is different
aspects goggles.
Goldwater button . parcels of land Involved In the crossed Us bow Wednesday
life at NHS. There are A faculty tea will be spon- a news conference Thant We're experimenting with a 1. 23,300OOo..quar. foot lower district night eight mile east of Miami.
for a question and answer sored the council was asked it the force of 6,500 column page Instead of the cus.
plans by Friday II'DRIVR'S and complaints were received "I 1 could have hit the ahlp
session. Also Included August 28. This will be an troops, police and medical per. tomary 8 columns Why? W.'r.trlnr on only 40 parcels.All with a five-Iron," said Dave
sonnel from nine countries to find out how much more KHE ma
In the program will be a Informal get-togetherofthe costs of constructing san Yeomans, agent for the cruiser
would pull out of Cyprus when readable an "alrv" page wouldbe. LICENSE
tour ot the campus a chanceto itary sewers except for lift stations Orange Sun. "We told very-
groups. .
Its stx.month term Sept. if
meet the faculty and refreshments The council will continue 26. expires Reader any.reactions will b* wel. DURING YOUR and force mainswhich were body on board they could take

will be served. meeting this week at the school corned at the NEWS. BIRTH MONJHT_ financed by a $Z50OOO revenue pictures and get Miami Bead

The council also says that making plans for the new year.It He replied that he still lacked hotels In the background."

they have several surprises Is their hope to start the $2 million In financial pledges The Coast Guard said It had
from membera no of the vessel.Today .
U.N. necessary report
for the off little smootherand
planned group. new year a
to make the $12,730,000 need
up :
The program will be held at to Incorporate many new :
ed to run the force for the six ,
the senior high auditorium. Ideas In the coming months. months . . . . . . . .



Top Demos Leave For Convention

. . . . . . . .

To By Today THE Is ASSOCIATED Thursday, Au PRESS,. 20,
Bryant Planning the 213rd day of 1984. There art

133 days left In the year
Today's highlight In history
On this dale In 1783, Gen An.
thony Wayne defeated a large
Smothers As V-P Candidate Indian fore along the. Mau.

m** River, near what Is now
Toledo, Ohio. Echoes of the victory .
went overseas when John
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. Asked about persistent reports "I will support President Jay was negotiating the treaty
Farris Bryant said today h* that ho might manage Johnson. But I think the man which brought the final with.
would seek to nominal Sen. Johnson's campaign In Florida who his in Flor.
runs drawal! of the British from th*
George Smathrs D-Fla. a* Bryant said he couldn't make a ida ought to do so with tremen. Northwest Territory

vie presidential. candidate at yea or no answer. dOlls enthusiasm On this date
next week's Democratic National "It depends upon whether "What at the conven.
happens In 1833, the 23rd president,
Convention. they want mt, and on the results tlon might color my thinking Benjamin Harrison, was born
Bryant will be chairman of of the convention. and affect enthusiasm"
my near North Bend Ohio.
the Florida delegation, which 1* "There are still Issues to be Most of the atat.'. top Demo. In 1(20 the era of radio broad.
pledged by law to President decided at the convention he
support crats are on the slat of dele. casting began when station
Johnson for president. aid. attending the conventionin .
gates 8 M K Detroit began sending
But Bryant said he would Atlantic City beginning Mon.
Ar tf811x. regular programs received on
check on the possibility of nom. Dade County GOP day They planned to leave forth homemade sets by listenerswith
wing the Florida Junior sen. convention at various times head phones.In .

ator for the second spot. Fires Head Of this weekend 1M4, American Bit bomb.
"Smather hasnt said h* In U* of.
Bryant was era bombed the big Japanese
would accept" Bryant said in Finance Group flee today Instead of appearing steel center of Yawata.

an interview before the platform committee Ten years ago--Greoc* asked
"You never know what MIAMI (AP) The Dade already at work in Atlantic the U.N. General Assembly to
might happen at a convention" County Republican Executive City hold a plebiscite In Cyprus to
Bryant said that President Committee Bred Wednesday a determine whether Island should
Johnson has given him no Indication member they said violated his H* had planned to ask the remain underBritish
Greece or
whom h* might prefer on oath of office by charging""the committee to back a propoaal join ,
tbs national ticket The governor John Birch Society |. trying to to base electoral college votes FIRST COPY OF THE NEWLY CHEATED Gulf Const Directory of Five years ago -Thro* days j
along with the Democratic take over the party here." more nearly on popular votes.In .
the Inter-Countj Telephone and T'legiaph Company was pt'elented of earthquake ended la tile
chief executive of other states, Walter Ruckl finance chair an interview taped Wednea. to Naples Mayor Archie Turner seated) by Carl Holbrook district West Yellowstone area of Man.

will meet with the President man was dismissed by a vote day at Orlando, Bryant denieda manager of the telephone The new directory has the Naples t.na. leaving 28 killed and 80injur.d.
Saturday U Washington and of 29-t under a state law which h become
suggestion might .
Everglades and Immokalee numbers In that order In the front portion
may get some indication then permits removal of any party president of Florida State UnU One ago! Soviet Pre.
of the President's running mat committee member by a majority verslty when his term expires of th', book, followed by a section devoted to Fort Myers and Lee mler Khrushchev arrived

preference vote of the committee. In January County numbers, giving new nrcent to the local area (See Story, Page 2)) In Yugoslavia for a IJ-Jay visit


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COUNTY NIW$. Napl.s. Flasd., TLr. Aueusf 20. I4N +

UAW Expected To Pick 'Olympic Mar t

New DirectoriesFor
R Clears Tricky
Target For Auto Strike

Naples Area Off PressFirst Space HurdleCAPE
By GENE SCHROEDER while extending contract with
CHICAGO (AP) The United the other two firm on a day-to-
of the new Gulf Coast With the advent of this new will greatly reduce the searching Auto Workers Union backed day basis KENNEDY!\ Fla. (AP)
directories of the Inter-County directory many other refine time required to locate ad. I II> a $66.milllon strike fund.4s The strikebound company -The Syncom 3 "Olympic Star"
Telephone System was present. merits were Incorporated. The verllsera and provide a fair and expected to select Its prime tar. would be hit when it hurt the satellite cleared a tricky space Y
ed this week to Mayor Archie following is a list of some of equitable means for alphabetical jet today for a possible nation. most Just when 1945 model hurdle earlY today and headed
Turner, and distribution of the the more Important changesr ly listing advertisers under their side strike tn the auto industry. are beginning to roll out of thel for another critical maneuver
directories to the Collier Coun. 1. The multi-color directorycover respective Yellow Page Head. UAW President Walter P. factories Its competitors, later in the da*'. 'iMMA'
ty subscribers has commenced.The was developed to be both Ings. The telephone number prefix Reuther and union officials meanwhile, would have the auto The complex move, con. /'
new directory Is especial.ly functional and attractive. On the or Central Office name, has scheduled a series of meetings sales field virtually to themselves trolled by radio command from -
designed for the customers in left hand side of the front coverit also been abbreviated In the Yel. to discuss the status of negotla the ground, are aimed at plateIne BAKE' LOOK "'Mostpopul.ir
Naples, Everglade and 1mmok is possible to quickly pinpointthe low Pages tlons. over three-year contracts In 1961, GM was the primarytarget. the spacecraft in a station THE .\viiTMt' ir t\le- for
lee.This exact geographic areas,coun. "In addition to all of the pre. directory la the final in ties and communities covered by ceding Improvements, we have lion assembl line workers.Out 1955: and 1918.Bariaining. Ocean where it would be In potil -uit Tin iutHid uinisole I
the series of the six new dire both the white and yellow pages continued our Postal Information of the talks is expected to talks between the ion to televise the Olympic top and bricl.in' of white
ectorle which have been Intro of the directory In addition the on Page 11 In the Information come a decision: on which of the UAW and the Big Three have Game from Tokyo. eyelet posed o\ti polished
duced throughout the Inter.coun. exchange which appear in the section, the calendar on Big Three automakers Gen. entered their eighth wetk This afternoon, a station at cuttonn; scuntr.u.tui) pastel I
ty telephone system The Intro front portion of the directory are Page 68 in the Yellow Pages por. ral Motors, Ford or Chrysler The union rejected as "mis. Salisbury Australia, was to ,
ductlon of these new directories listed on the right hand side of tlon of the book, as well as the will be tagged as the No. 1 tar. erably inadequate" and "terri trigger a small rocket aboard NOW I City;
represents an entirely new con. the front cover for easy refer frequently called number list on get for a possibly crippling walk bly disappointing" parallel of. the satellite The rocket was to DrinkingWater
cept In this Held "which we are ence. the Inside back cover which so out.The fees by the companies Monday fire a 19.second burst of energ
confident our customer will be 2. information pages of the many customer have found use.. union Is taking a strike calling for higher wages, earlier to switch Syncom 3 from a
pleased with," declared District directory have been revised and full," Holbrook said. vote among Its members In all retirement and larger pensions. vldeJooplug orbit ranging from BEAUTIFULLAKE
Manager Carl Holbrook updated. This pew Cult Coast Directory three companies. UAW leaders contend that all 693 to 23,675 miles to a circular KELL1
The development of the new 3. Two alphabetical section contain It combined total of 135 FAIR GAME-Myrna Cohn A UAW !spokesman estimated three firm have chalked up course In which both the high
directory plan was made neces. were Included In the directory.The white pages In both the primaryand demonstrates a new attrac that the strike fund, providing fantastic profits In the past 18 and low points will be about
sary by the overwhelming customer alphabetical section In the secondary sections of the lion at the Transportationand an average of $25: per week In months that should be shared 23,000 miles up. {
demand for smaller community front lists the exchange and cus. book, and lists approximately Travel Pavilion of the benefits to each worker would with their workers. The action, scheduled to occur ;
type directories and the tomers most frequently called by 23,000 telephone customers. New York World's Fair The support a strike up to eight The Big Three's economic of. high above Sumatra, also would
tremendous telephone growth in the Intended users of this dlrec. The Inter.County System game is called "Ski 'n' weeks at CM, longer at Ford or for would Increase basic wages kick Syncom 3 into a seeming! *
the 13 county area. tory, while the listings of customers serves nearly 82,000 telephonesand Shore." By "skiing" with the Chrysler.All from 18 to 36 centsover athree stationary position in which it LOTS FROM
"While the former directory In the less frequently employ over 700 people. aid of hand grips and pedals the Dig Three contractsare year period, boost pension pa)'. would appear to hover motion
was not particularly bulky, it did called exchanges appear In the These people, working as a team, the player guides a tiny skier due to expire at midnightAug. ments from $2.80 monthly for less over one area of the earth $995 up
contain many directory listings back portion of the book The operate and maintain the system, through 80 gates while dials 31.Union. each year of servlceto$3: anel because its relative speed would $100 Down
beyond the calling area of most Yellow Page are in the middleof which Include over G3.000mUes clock time and strategy, If precedent Is make 60 years the normal re. match that of the earth's rota Brokers ('o-up
customer, and In many Instan. th directory. of long distance circuits lacing accuracy. followed would then be to halt tlrement age Instead of 65.: lion G. H. LUFF
eel increased the Bearchlngtime 4. The familiar "r" which for. together '29 exchanges serving production with a mass walkout The average hourly wage in Hut. Real thl.tr: ItrukerSlf
for many directory users," h* merly appeared In all residence 234 communities In 13 counties Cayson Brothers at the target company's plants the auto Industry is estimated 'The coffee I* Mid to ,, -.M It. K: &" !II.., d.4..I ..
explained. listings has been deleted and in South Central Southwest Flor. by the Bureau of Labor Sta come from the old Ethiopian .
1 nth
"Another advantage of this dlr. its place business designationswere ida. An estimated aggregate urban Ask Habeas CorpusIn tistics as $3,01. All three com. province of Kafla the hrub St
Ml t-?270
ectory lies In the fact that adver. adopted as needed. and rural population of nearlya Council. . panics contend, however, they still growl wild.
using rates were reduced com. 5. The telephone number prefix quarter million people residein Federal Court are averaging a higher figure.
mensurate with the reduced cir. or Central Office name, has this area. Excluding the BeU (Continued from page 1))
eulatlon. Many of our advertiser been abbreviated. However a and General Telephone System, TAMPA (AP)-The state has amount of,the assessment basedon
have[', expressed their gratl- legend for these abbreviations the Inter-County Telephone Sya-until Sept. 2 to explain to a fed. the 3.37 figure. Think Russia Back To School dt6sr.
tine for the reduction which was has been included: on,#Jch(: citavil '', ral Judge why the Caysonto Wood further noted tl\stNuioents a,.
mde 'po'sslbUtby ,th develop.. J'Ipl'r il l \'' 'U m*}.'MW' _tE2In ;t $awi""*Je yffif 1! ,. yere made, {\taking I t
mint of the limited scope dlr..dories. of WmrWyi 1, .. F *> ?. i wo Pf + ,! into consideration a maximum) ReadFor New
." pletely Interlocked. This: change terms, of revenue. It is owned hi* be granted\ a writ of habeas depth factor of 223: feet for resldentlal ,;
I a bll aver "4,000 ktockhblder.'na.' corpus. property and 230: feet
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U.s. District Judge Joseph> P. Space Venture
tionwide and has a plant Invest. for all other property.
Lleb has ordered SuperintendentD.
ment "Vacant and Improved
of about $41 million proper.'
R. Hassfurder of the Avon assessed WASHINGTON (AP) 'three
Mailing of the new directorywas ty were equally on a
LOUISE MERRELL started from the publisher Park Correctional Institution to square foot basis," Mayor' American space authorities Fig
on August 14, ISM an4 it I* ex how cause. Archie Turner said "You have! ure the Soviet Union may be
",Jesse and ,Doyle Cayson, who to pay whether you build on your ready to launch another space
: :I :' alt 'ge( g ':" '! 1''*, i iNaples' 'iMiJHLllTlft', Wp1t F1U 11".s. .t.' erving life term at the in. property or not." spectacular."
cE'0t . Mall no later than August stltutlon filed a petition for the Dr. C. Stark Draper president .
28, 1964. All'subscribers list writ 1 a s t Thursday, on the "NOT REPRESENTATIVE"Wesley of the International Acade.
ed in the primary alphabetical ground that their constitutional G. Downing,represent.i my of Astronautics told a news
right were denied during their leg his mother who owns Indus, conference Wednesday there
section of the directory will re. i
Newest 1958 trial. trial property along the Bay,said are strong indications the Russians
celve their
during this .
copy per. They contend they are innocent will
tod. that the $3,900 assessment Is attempt a .
of the claying of W. L. "not representative of benefits launching before or during the p pa
Clothing Shop For Young People Car (Les) Wilson father of Sheriff derived. He also claimed that astronautics congress Sept. 7.12
3 Die As Ray Wilson of Okaloosa County. the property was so situated.In In Warsaw Poland.
The Cayson also contend that relation to adjoining lots, Dr. E. B. Koneccl, director of ) -- ,
Seaboard EngineFORT their attorney knew who actual. that "no additional constructionwas biotechnology and human re. '" !'
Kingston Shirts ly killed Wilson but did not re. search for the National :;
Donmoor Knit LAUDERDALE (AP r- needed to serve this pro. Aero
Three person were allied today veal the information before or perty." nautlcs and Space Administration See our group
Mary Louisa Originals Sandy Shaw for TeensDaddy's when a car drove around the during the trial. "Septic tanks have caused me has predicted a launchIng of Summer [)

Girl gates at a crossing and collided no trouble," Hewitt McGlll of "within the next small num. Cleoronce Items
Bandbox Jr. Retires
with a diesel locomotive on the Chirma Corp. said. McGlll was ber of day."
Seaboard Air Line Railroad Senate Approves protesting a $5,110: assessment. Andrew G. Haley academy

..?.! . Billy. The Kid .. <- becks. A fourth person waahurt. Year ExtensionOf Bailey Rascoe asked Council. general counsel, said he had Oft-10ft
"'\\, '" I III '' .* jlo explain why the difference be. been alerted by a British source 2r/ ,
"J 'A I I'r Patrolman. I r b y Cleveland Food For Peace )ween the estimated 3.23: cents,. the Russians would "come, out
Ml' ,2-7400 335. 5th Ave, So Identified the dead a* Miss Ed. per..quar. foot cost and the i, with something spectacular" "CARRIAGE TO CAR-AGE"
die Will Stltt, 23,. Jerry Dean WASHINGTON (AP) The ,final figure of 3.37. "At no Just before the Warsaw meetIng 759 5th Ave. So. MI 24209Sdto
phens, 23, of Fort Lauderdale. Senate approved Wednesday a 'time did Council set 3.25 as .
James Robert Johnson/22, of two-year extension of the Food the cost figure," Councilman
1'Fort Lauderdale, was taken to for Peace program and cleareda Francis Ford replied. "We said
Broward General Hospital with 17-bllllon-plus appropriation to ,we would make an effort to hold
critical injuries. All of the via finance the Welfare and Labor the cost as close to 3.25 as possible .
J time were Negroes. departments and several small. ," Mayor Turner said.
Cleveland said witnesses re er agencies. The mayor said Council has t Ie& Me I
ported the car carrying the The Food tor Peace bill, au. yet to decide whether private tiHqiKq
FJbzrl victims drove around the gate thorlzlng disposal of nearly $50 ,property used as parking lots
lJIt at the crossing and into the billion worth of farm surpluses, should be assessed. The may.
path of the locomotive. The car now goes to the House, which is ''or's brother, Duke Turner rose
was carried 469 feet. considering a companion bill. to object to the assessment of
The engineer, Tommy Shaw The $7,080,190,000 appropria. ,E. Turner and Sons' Industrial
h 1M tfb lfJlIt of Wildwood said he was trav. lion goes to a Senate-House con. property. "We don't mind buy. The First National Bank
ellng about SO mile an hour lie ierence. Earlier this session the log a part of it (the sewer dls.
laid he didn't have time to stop House voted $173,130,000 less. trlct), but we don't want to buy
all of it," he said. of Naples
/ Wood said assessments will
chard's'Jaehion Strop ''be payable within 30 days after
the bills have been sent out. After .
BUSTER BROWNS. : 30 days, six per cent interest'is
458 &y/r/ SIr. So. charged on the outstanding Urges Each And Every StudentTo

'I. , I amount. Or the landowner can
7baple.7JoriJrJest notify the City he wishes to pay
five annual Installments, with six
; dre6sa ."e' earner elf Fifth Avenue per cent Interest on the unpaid
balance Interest charges to stop
'on the day the bl1II\ paid in
: .,' I full with no penalty for prepay.

Slutci like these !get children oil to u !good start ment, Wood explained.
"The entire district is ready
. beautifully styled and built to take a heap for hookups now," Wood added. BeA

of punishment! And, ui always, our trained! f filling The hearing lasted a little less

tpttlalisti assure your chill of a l perfect f fit. than an hour.
The first order of businessat
the hearing was to direct that STAYINNot
8.99 parking meters be put back along
to Fifth Avenue South Council Dial C H E C K
had overlooked this detail In the I far weather
According to size
morning session. The meters ADRuP8'T
and style will be placed as soon as the
tO by ISCWoot property behind
the bus station Is bought and
Improved for off.street parkIng .
Council said Wood said It
will cost about five dollars to
r/ convert each meter from one.
hour operation to 30 minutes for
five cents. at

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reporter, "I'll have no choice COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Noploi, FlorioV Than A.9utt 20 I"M 3 _t_

/ 7tI Dirksen SeeksShowdown but to file a cloture petition" .,
/ Dirksen has said Its purposeIs
4' J / to "buy time" for congressional May Authorize j
Pilot Clubbers
adoption of a eonstltu.
v 7 tlonal amendment nullifying the Tandem TrucksOn
lj OnRedistricting Supreme Court decision Plot
'tt. CVanJ He said he was confident pro ProgramsFor Toll Road j

ponents could muster the neces. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The]
of New Year
sary twivthlrds majority sen. Florida Turnpike Authority may
ators present and voting to bring authorize tendem trucks to start
By Mary A. Foster
I I the debate to an end. Members of the Pilot Club of using the Sunshine State Parka!
of Dlrksen's rider, held "a busy" business
Opponents Naples tolP'
means of boosting
way as a
board of
directors of and WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Including Sens. Paul H. Doug. meeting; Thursday evening at the revenue 'leT
the Naples Park Area Association Is a ate Republican Leader EverettM las, D-Ul., and Joseph S. Clark, home of Mrs. Geri Jerabek. Mrs. Chairman John Phillips said "**
will meet tonight, August r Dlrksen pressed today for a D-Pa., said they would continue Thelma Hodges In first bit of Wednesday he was in favor of"T
20, at 7:30 p.m. In their build- showdown in the congressional their talkathon Indefinitely business, was appointed re letting the trucks polling two""
ing on 103rd Avenue. The regular 1 battle over reapportionment The Senate recesses Friday cording secretary forthe remain. trailers use the Wlldwood to Mi.t
meeting of the association v and the Supreme Court im.medlatel night until Aug. 31. The Demo. der of the club year. ami highway. r

will beheld next Thursday,August )' after Democrats hold cratlc National Convention In a discussion of future pro. ,_,._:......o.ooii. d
27, at 8 p.m. their national convention. opens Monday In Atlantic City. jects club members voted to sup e pK
The Senate, already snarled port the' Junior Woman's Club\ / 5extra N.Ie
home Brought my husband Ray bs a filibuster against Dlrksen's N.J.The House bill, Introduced by with Its project<< to "Save Fah. t
from the hospital last propc**! for delaying courtoOr.derl'd Rep. William M Tuck, D-Va., kahati'hee rand.: The program '
Thursday, still on the weak reapportionment by pop. was sped to the Mouse floor in meeting scheduled for August i days, ;,:
side, but on the mend. We llcy ulatlon of both houses of state a power display by Rep. How.1 27 was cancelled and plans were .
both wish to express our thanks a legislatures, received a much ard W. Smith, D-Va.. chairman formulated for the "FunCruise" 3extra .ubd
for all the "get well" messages tougher proposal from the House of the Rules Committee. The to be held Saturday, August 29. '
from our friends and Wednesday. wily Southern conservative In. Eleanor Goddard, Safety Corn ports ;
neighbors) you have been most Vrced to show Its "Intestinal voked a little-used rule to lake mlttee chairman, reported on fu. :
are fortitude," the House approved the measure from the Judiciary lure projects the club will under s was
kind.What a pleasant surprise last 218 to 175 a bill that would strip Committee take In the year's safety program no +jq
federal courts of Jurisdiction in Dirksen sees little likelihood She will be a delegate to the Sec.
Thursday to see the Naples reapportionment cases of Senate acceptance of the ond Annual Safety Conference extra cost.
mosquito control truck spray- To try to push his proposal House bill, which would take the State of Florida, to I be heldat lib
Ing along the ditches on 94th ton "'nub 'rw through, Dirksen has offered it Jurisdiction over state apportionment the Diplomat Hotel lit Miami S
Avenue. I have been told since t as a rider to the $3.3-bllllon for. from the lower federal the weekend of August :22.: Ask us about :;:ay:
then the truck has been seen Is eign aid bill, one of the meat courts and appellate jurisdiction Plans are being finalized for American Presldant Unta vrne
on other streets. It Is a stan urea on the administration's away from the Supreme Court. the official! visit of the second three special cruises nn1I
to help relieve ttte pesky mos- "muM list." Under the Senate rider, reap lieutenant governor of the Dls.trlcl I to the Orient .of
quito situation, as they have on Dlrksen said the House measure portionment would be dela)ed Iva Hamilton, on the even
been rough! Many of the'home would Increase pressure In for up to two years "In the absence ing of September 25. It was announced loIIp'-Fe.FiMclKO/lM. ..! I. ,
the Senate for adoption of his of highly unusual clrcum. the district woikshop U PtlsiOtNT CUVIUNO OCT.MltUfDIl'DtNTIIOOSfmT ..,
in this
owners area have been ,
amendment and might shorten will be h1.Ii'l' Clearwater duringthe a ; NOV. 915 )d
spraying around their own stances i u**uir>riir eases ... Mw.n/n:
the fight Senate Democratic liberals month of September e 1.o dr D0I
homes to help out, but we sure Linda Mulholland of Bradenton / -I'
are making to prevent a VISITING HERE rlh oOf.the..d.lY was Mrs. Dorothy I 09a
need more than this. We knowIt at the Beach Club with her parents strikes vote on his proposal. Miss Pat Korfanta of Braden. Phillips. The meeting was lOt
will take time, but also know pose as she prepares for a dip in the "U the filibuster doesn't Mop ton, former Naples resident, Is adjourned at 9:30 p.m. Refresh! e
the future of Naples Park and Linda, vacationing at the moment, when Comrress reconvenes after spending' the week with Miss Ka. meets were served and organ Naples Travel Agency, Inc.
Vanderbilt Beach will look the Democratic National lonven. music was provided by the hoc.
other times studying for a nursing career. thy Hendry, 313 Fifth Street, I 880 Fifth Ave., South'Ml
brighter and make more com- tion next week, Dlrksen told a South. lest [
(McGrath photo) JMK.J
fortable living when we get full are nr.
mosquito control.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tropfof ,la
99th Avenue are home again Personal Income Ira

after their trip to Michigan,
ONLY at vl.q

'Pale Horse,' New High, But Whose Rose?

Zinneman Film
of (AP) Personal of $1.2 billion toa total of$331.3
a new high In July -
billion. alone
Factory payrolls
Weak On Climax And this leads many Increased $200 million In July
Whose income rose? putting the annual rate at 102.9
HOLLYWOOD ( rahs-h) "Be reading the billion.
hold a Pal Horse" of to 1
report that person.
The Department of Commercesays
being a masterpiece by Fred In 'l
went up $1.5 billion that farm Income slipped
Zlnnemann, but any film by the his annual rate of 490.8
by $200 million in July to an an. 3fl
Vienna-born creator is an important -
little, if any, nual rate of $17 billion.
event. their own Income. Since Incomes
personal are
This Is Zinnemann's first
probably found the chief Ingredient in the na.
movie In four years, the last one
as hard to meet In
tlon's economic mix the
of ,
being the poignant study of pros.
pacts are good for a tasty dish
family survival, "The Sundown government deals In this autumn and hopefully, . tI
ers." He then tried to fashion a than In Individual .
or at least the first part of IOCS.
ftlmable tale from James Mich.ner's It says the totals L
massive "Hawaii. He didn't climb as .
wanted to make two movies were rising In the '- -. T '
from the novel; United Artists of 1964 but still got Cubans 'JI
wanted one. Open I .
on a seasonally ad. -

self The In director the Emetic Interested Pressburger him. DOWNTOWN't.. always ad. Drive To Woo

novel, "Killing a Mouse on Sun. ; figures to take ac, I Dr'L 1 _ day. It was a story of the aft. usual variations at Votes ,
civil Barry
ermath of the Spanish war. of the year. .-
The project brought trouble lines Incomes .
from the start. The Spanish government from season MIAMI (AP) Barry Gold.
placed a ban on all ac.tivltles In Without seasonal ad. water's presidential campaign ,
within the country of on charts of many acquired a tinge of Latin accent
Columbia Pictures, which was statistics would today as Cuban-American Fernando -
sponsorelng the Aim. The Span. to of a roller-coaster Penabaz opened a driveto
lards didn't like the book, and steady rise that woo T-mllllon Spanish speak. LIKE
now Zlnnemann reports they Ing voters.
don't like the movie. Columbiais part of the July Penabaz, assuming the newly THESE BACK TO SCHOOL

still banned. due to the rise In created post of GOP National FOR . .
The director claims "Behold a of employed. It was Chairman for Cuban.Amertcan
Pale Horse" no more political ing that boosted Affairs, said
than movies that show American than any nota. "We will show them that the
police in a bad light. But and in the Individual Democratic administration i s VALUABLE COUPON
the division of good and evil Is already on the trying to sweep Cuba under the
plainly evident. rug and that Goldwater would
The good I guy Is Gregory are better off than assert leadership against Corn. REG. $2
Peck, an aging, irreverent guer. also Include those munlsm."
rill who has continued the war benefited from In. Appointment of the 44 year.
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making forays from his exile ., and those ban lawyer came as exiles, In.
home in France. in on the six tensely Interested In the presl. 18
The bad guy Is Anthony In prices of many dentlal race, appeared to hold *
Quinn, a corrupt, adulterous anti-Castro forays In abeyance
commandant of the Guardia share of the July awaiting election results.
Civil, Spanish national police the totals was In the Penabaz said he expects the
force. For years he has been salaries division. Cuban Issue to take high cam. With ThisCoupon
bedeviled by Peck's raids I
at an annual rate palgn priority,
across the border. Now, with REGULAR GENTLE SUPER
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is In the climax that "Be.
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A..el..d PUI News Analyst f 1

THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1964 Including his $22,500 senate sa.
.. WASHINGTON (AP) Nowther'l lary, was 65000.
another log on the fire be- On June 9 the WashingtonStar

Juvenile Delinquency And ParentsLike fore the presidential ounp it's the reported the Johnson fami.
even lillrt. ly holdings were worth an esti.
private fortunes of the presiden' mated $9 million.On .

the weather, everybody talks By far the most frequently cited prob. tlal candidates. Sen. July 7 an accounting firm

diN didi about juvenile delinquency but to data lem was parents, Judge Stanley has Less than two week through ago hi hired by Johnson was instructed
Barry Goldwater by the President to audit the
no one apparently has been able to pro- on several occasions agreed with this , z, bank made public i figures on his records of his family for the

duce a 100% effective method of deal. finding Sheriff Doug Hendry and Chief wealth Johnson did the fame on lOVi years from Jan. 1,1954 to

t) ing with it. Ben Caruthers have expressed similar his wealth Wednesday throughan July SI,1964.
rr 1 firm.
accounting Meanwhile Life had been
lyN In recent weeks we have had several opinions.. Within t few hours the Republican doing its own digging Into John

talks with Juvenile Judge Richard M. According to the association, the responsibility vice presidential candidate of- son's finances and said that in
14ti Miller
Stanley and have exchanged with him for a child's misconduct very New,York Rep. William said the size of John- his since years the 1930s on the he public had grown payroll no.

articles and material which we both receive often lies not with the child, but with on's fortune makes his integrity tably wealthy. Life estimatedthe

. from sources interested in solvingthe his parents because they fail to provide subject to "some question. family worth at $14 million.

juvenile delinquency problem. proper guidaice and adequate discipline. chairman And Goldwater's of the Republican handpicked- der Wednesday the accounting by Johnson's firm he hired or.

d13n Collier Countians can be assured that Parents of children in trouble are tional committee, Dean Burch Hasklns and Sells publicly

d13a Judge Stanley is vitally interested in the often more involved in their own in- GOVT4Nri questioned firm had the arrived way the at accounting Its figures -. announced the Johnson family

welfare of youngsters who come before terests and pleasures than in maintaininga TRUfiE f on Johnson's financial wealth There at are$3,484,098.different ways of

his court. He is trying, as are hundredsof healthy family environment at home. worth. figuring wealth. U the book val.

other juvenile judges and law enforcement Sometimes they are not only disrespectfulof He called it "most peculiar" ue is used the wealth could be

d agencies in the nation, to determine the law themselves, but in direct conflict and said the Republicans would than presented the market as many value.At times. lower

5V 5I which is the best way to handle the with it. make it an Issue In the cam a news conference at RoSe
problem of the boys and girls who get In some cases, laboring under a heri- The campaign Isn't supposedto lyn N.Y., Miller was asked if he

t t into trouble. There are many schools of tage of poverty and ignorance, parents start until September but called already -, dent's thought family the wealth would of be the a Presl.campaign .
thought on the matter. Some judges advocate are simply not equipped to raise children ,> Johnson Goldwater a "phony" Miller has issue.

e the "crack-down" method others decently. . ..;I..Johf.:; and He said: "I would hope al.
... ":""':;: questioned his integrity
t lean toward kindness and Far too frequently however the"better" Johnson has charged them with ways that Integrity in office and
understandingtreatment :
t : : i.t :;f: i1 making false and redden state morality in office would be an
t and still another group suggests kind of parents cause the police .-:,. '1'1:; .' >:: ments. That's pretty rough issue There would be some

t a combination of the two. their worst headaches. Usually overprotective ...:;;-'":. "I.'"' ..,'-. ;. ,."'rJ., ,,; going for so early in the game. question about the integrity of a
Juvenile which is not be confused It has taken some weeks for man who has been on the public
delinquency is one of those to
Johnson and Goldwater to get payroll in a full time Job for 30
1e complex subjects about which nearly with overstrict they refuse to believe IzRfS/' around to making public figures years and during that time be

everybody has an opinion if not a their children can do any wrong. on their finances. accumulating a personal fortunein
1 1I solution. It is Indeed the the But In the 1952 campaign the excess of $14 million."
a constantly recurring parents even accuse
1I I topicin two candidates Adlai E. Stevenson It was not clear whether Mill.
1t magazine and newspaper articles by police of "framing" their darlings( dis- and Gen. Dwight D. er was aware of the much lower

laymen as well as judges, sociologistsand torting the facts to make things look even .0 Vietnamese Hearts tetra Eisenhower waited much figure released by the account.
longer before reporting to the Ing
psychologists.It worse than they are. They refuse to
cooperate -
Aren't public on their income. In calling the accounting of
is a matter of concern at all levelsof with efforts to get their childrento in War, Says EnemyBY On Aug. 11 Time magazine estimated -, Johnson's wealth "most pecull.

government, including the federal, and revise their attitudes of contempt to- RAY CROMLEY the wealth of Goldwater ar," Burch told a news confer.
and his wife at $1,7 million Anon d ence the approxlmalely $3.5
now even threatens to be an issue In ward persons and property. Washington Correspondent Aug. 13 a Phoenix ArU.,, million figure of the accounting

the forthcoming presidential election Such parents, it has been found, have Newspaper Enterprise Assn. bank which administers the firm was "incredibly low."
the attitude that law - INFORMATION ASKED Goldwater trust accounts said He said the way the total val.
campaign.It the is something to WASHINGTON- (NBA) -Trinh Viet Duong (fictitious the value million. ue of Johnson's assets was arrived .
was $1.7
is not often, though, that we hear beat and that the police exist only to name) was an assistant squad leader In a mainline Viet Cong Editor Collier County NewsjSlnie An official of the bank the at was "like listing the

from the people who are most Immediately mete out punishment. This philosophyis battalion until a few weeks ago.I all homeowners pay a i Valley National Bank said value of Manhattan island at
talked to him in Tay Ninh, where he had come in, bring-
concerned with young people when passed on to their children, either deliberately ing a Thompson sub machine gun with him. lie was stocky sewer tax In said (city would liketo Coldwater's income last year, $24."

they get into trouble the police.A or unconsciously. and tough know where the money goes
since the tax is supposedto
"When I joined the Viet Cong" he said "I was told we sewer The Best of I
survey was recently made by the Parental' delinquency or parental failure go for additional sewer ser. Boyle
would drive out the American foreigners enslaving our country
International Association of Chiefs of Po- is only one aspect of the whole But in the VC, too, the men giving the orders were vice I have never heard of buying BY HAL BOYLEBy I

'ice. Thirty-two police chiefs and superior problem of course. In some instances Chinese white foreigners and Vietnamese trained in the sewer pipe to be laid on city
north. We flew RAYMOND J, CROWLEY you that chair, it would disrupt
foreign flags-r-Chinese and Russian.
fficers plus 12 other there the of paying sewer
persons engagedn are shortcomings on part property only
"I decided we weren't accomplishing anything. Besides WASHINGTON (AP) our orderly procedure. Besides
tax tn and for from
police training and a judge, a state the community, the schools, the churches, we were short of food and sick for lack of medicine. We house to sewer pipe tap-in on your Flushed with victory your cor. if we let go of it, there would be

youth correction officer and a youth comMission the courts and the police themselves. never got home to see our families." own property your respondent can report that he an empty space where it was."
has busted through Washingtonred Mr. and Mrs X retired to a
director were asked what in their But if It cannot be said that juvenile TRINII VIET DUONG had some pithy thoughts about the Thank you for this Informationsince tape. nearby cocktail lounge and con

xperience are the major problems In delinquency begins at home, it is only Vietnamese government officers and troops he'd been up a thing I was could shocked on to In hear our Stateof such "What kind of red tape?" you ferred. The upshot was a decision

x>lice work with respect to juvenile de. because the home that it visits, whetherit against. Florida go may ask. Federal red tape? No, that they would not take
"It's easy fighting Vietnamese government troops," he said. private-enterprise red tapel this reclining In any easy chair.
inquency. The results were printed in Is a hovel or a mansion is no real "Their officers always do the same things over and over. We For 10 days your reporter, The thing to do was fight to

the association's official, publication. home hit an outpost. They.tend Ina relief column. We set an Mrs P. M. whom we shall call Mr. X, arose spend the $99 that was burning
ambush. They come in :totth no advance guard and no scouts in the morning and found his a hole in their pockets.
.-. "Joo. t'PI .. 4 Rt. 2, Box 205A wife Over the four Mr.
out We. can, bit tbem,'*/ put warning. Lake City Fla. grumpy next days,
''In any maneuver, you. always! know what they are going "I've been letting my artistic X kept calling up higher and
to do. eye roam over this room," she higher echelons in the department .
peoplein said, waving her hand around store and finally hit the
others say : "WITH THE VIET dNG, IT'S DIFFERENT The man who the living room of our modest Jackpot.He .
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS fights well in his squad and leads well, moves up. No one theTAORMINA house on the edge of George put in a call for the presi-
asks how many books he's read. town, "and I've decided it needs dent of the store and contraryto
"We weren't worried about your weapons. We were bothered refurnishing" every expectation got him.
by your bombings for awhile, but found ways to use s l n eW.s "Just look at that armchair The president who shall be

them to our advantage. you've been sitting in for 35 known as Mr. Z, apparently had

"We'd visit an unfriendly hamlet we wanted to win over Sicily (AP) years and dropping ashes on. let all his eight secretaries gobs
and warn the people that the Americans and their stooges Marlene Dietrich scored a Its stuffing Is coming out," she lunch at one time, and thereforehad

were going to bomb them. Then we'd move our troops openly triumph in her Italian singing said."Okay to answer the phone him.
Into the hamlet, make certain that the government forces debut ," said Mr. X, who was self
learned we were there. The German-born singer and in his usual morning state, that Mr. X laid his piteous plea be.
"Then you'd bomb the place. Our Viet Cong would move actress appeared Wednesday Is weakened and defenseless fore the head man. All he wanted .
among the people, give them medical aid, help them organ night In a "Songs of the World" "Let's go over to a big depart. to do, Mr. X said, was to
J ize defenses sympathize with them about this terrible thing festival in the Sicilian resort of went "store and buy a new spend $99 and then he added
n .r the foreigners and their stooges were doing to the people. It Taormina. Italian newspaper chair. this clincher out of the outmod.ed .
helped."The. critics praised her peformance. The store has a couple of pastt"When

TF i EPNpu f Vietnamese government officers and soldiers we met LOS ANGELES (AP) Vera acres of furniture and you can I was a boy in Lowell,
with former wile of German roam it without much Interven. Massachusetts," said Mr X. "I
up didn't seem to have their heart In fighting. I don't Krupp, lion
think they knew what they were fighting for Industrialist Alfred Krupp saysa by sales persons. There worked In a drygoods store.
t.I gunman posing as a pest in. don't seem to be many such And, believe me, if we had sold

"WHEN I WENT WITH THE VIET CONG, they immediately spector forced his way into her persons on the premises. everything in that store -
ei sent me to a 45-day course in tactics and political home and took $60,000 in cash ed Suddenly Mrs. X's eyes light. stripped It clean by Saturday
/ t indoctrination, and Jewels. mood up, she shed her grumpy night!. we,would have been happy
Mrs. Krupp 55 said Wednes. and pointed. "That's the we-a nave been glad to have
"We also got some top-night military advice. My battalion chair," she hollered.Mr. sold the
had Chinese advisers. day in Los Angeles the robber customers the gaslight
bound both her and a maid. A looked up a salesman fixtures off the wall."
"We got Into a scrape and one of the Chinese was killed. who shall be known
To hide the fact that he was Chinese his head was cut off and postman who became suspicious and said, In his as Mr. Y, head The response of Mr. Z, the
innocence. man, was Instantaneous."Lot .
when no one answered the doorbell
burled. Then the report was spread that the Vietnamese "We'll take that chair." of damn "
freed the he
government troops had committed an atrocity against us- two women. Mr. Y with nonsense
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah a pitying tone as rumbled In a Harvard accent
heading one of our people. (AP) David 0, McKay 90, if initiating a novice into the or was it Yale?
President of the Church of mysteries of big business said; "Who Is a lot of damn nonsense .
nil \ Jesus Christ of Latter day "But, sir, you cannot have It." ?" asked Mr. X, quivering
i . I :5PAT STATOR "How's that again?" "Me?"
Saints (Mormon), is in a hospital inquired
Mr X.
C1'rnoss. ATONY YLNITE in Salt Lake City for "No," said the head man,
1 r P 0 V P nET I 15 "observation following mild coronary weeks"It will to take me at least six "you deserve to get that chair,
get that chair from the and
.\ ERE IRorl POT symptoms.in He condition.was reported factory," said Mr. Y. livery.you'll" get It on the next de-
,lfl :-nrll.n
1 MiriHdntM "But I
DE. UCE.D.A.E. McKay was released from the don't want a chair And it
'aura from arrived all done
7 Cm the "
It. Petra ** !SMH.Iml.m .' .. PAD GORED hospital a week ago after six Mr. X. "I factory, protested cellophane, with the names of
4 days of treatment for a virus want that chair. Mr. and Mrs. X
d",1... 1lIllIu.'lIr' FE.RAL.ME.L. . There It Is right there with on big tags allover
I1rlll.1I condition. He was readmitted a it. Thing to
12, 11'I, ELAS.BANE.FUL.DIM.MDE..ITA. sign on its saylnr 'sale$99.' Is now
:H'Uilivul.' . Wednesday don't drop
"Sir cigarette asheson
1M Cbrotua kiwis Monii, ::11 said Mr. Y, IOU I sold it,
rI 14 MfdWn.il 1 1M-'*
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"W '; ir: { J; '! ' Bonita Combs Sees Active Port AuthorityAs COLLIER Flond.: Than COUNTY U\lU11\ NEW'18, It44 N.pl( 5..

'i HOLLYWOOD k ,F I'll' man-eating plants, and a News Boon To Local Fishing Industry Find 24 MacDillCivil
j There wUl not ba a Miicle, \ ''lIspl,., of her husband's toy
. i problem on our series t 1'1..1', ; "''mid ti am:., Hit hobby Is setting up B1 RAE WEAR Employes
, nut be handled tn 'The DonnaReed .
"' miniature train wrecks Councilman R.I.."Bob" pies In 1935 and has operated Overpaid
Show, said Al Lewis in local Were .
That, lovers of laughter, tsthe Tuna is tteettnf. Our ,.
I the earnest, Intent mai>n<>i. that way' its going to be with "The i ,mi,I I teopens for the 1964.65 Combs who for 30 years has: vaw here continuously ever since
endeared him to "Cai 4" au. Addams Famll," ABC's come ti" m on Monday, August 31. The engaged In the wholesale fish At one time he established a TAMPA (AP) Two dozen
dlences when he played officer dy series this fall. nit Is now In work.shop .... Industry in Collier County 1 v "' branch operation at EvtrgladMnd civilian wnpoyees. at Mac Dill Air
Schnauzer. "I have long felt that television s""" making read for the open. Rotarians at their Wednesday lived there for several! Force BM, overpaid during the
I But Donna Reed and her comedy needed a new mi' luncheon meeting that the NT months but soon returned to last three y*ors face the tssi

I sunny, suburban famll seemed look," said creator and ex cu. It' Times also getting closer for pies area "needs space KM Naples. of paying back the: government; e
I far away. Lewis' face was covered tlve producer David Levy, who t'u'. "e'ond annual "Mutt Derby" Combs told Rotarians number Air Fore authorities said
I with a thick layer of worked with cartoonist Charles ti> i* held Sunday, October 18, urged: of humorous anecdotes Wednesday overpayments range *i
) mauve greasepaint his lips Addams to convert his diabolic at the Naples.Fort Myers Ken. and actlva* about his experiences In the from $4 to 800. ,
were an eerie combination of family from the pages of the i I.P I' Cliih on the Trail here at give study thought N f wholesale fish business. He The >4 cases of overpayment,
, black and red paste. Behind him New Yorker magazine to the Bonita Springs,with Paul Schmidt tion of the Port Authorln which made quite clear his leanings along with a few of underpay '
as he spoke, his old "Car 54" small screen. a1- Chairman,and again sponsored county voters approved severs) toward the Democratic meet, wee uncovered in an au
playmate, Fred Gwynne, totally "The Munsters," It seems, h\: the local Lion's Club.All boys years ago. Combs was Intro- er"BOB" by his party audience dtt of civilian personnel pay receorde t
l Il unrecognizable In a loam rub will be a broader more obvious and girls between the ages of 6 duced by program chalr\113r.Ju-\ smilingly telling by the general accounting '
ber and mauve Frankenstein's spoof on the horror film. Grand and 16 are urged to register with llus Lesser, President Vince > ; that he hopes the nation office. Such audits take place J
I monster makeup, laj strapped pa's easy chair Is an electric their dog. Registration blanks Wood presided. wli not "Go Backward WithBanv" every three years ft
grotesquely In a torture chair In chair; the family phone booth Is ran be obtained from the chairman In urging activation of the I In November .-. :.1BOYS'
a cobweb-fllled dungeon besidea an upended, upholstered casket; or any member of the Lion's Port Authority,Combs said the
I mad scientist's work table the sun will shine on all the neat Club or veterinarian area needs seafood processing t
where noxious brews bubbled houses In their block, but It will
CARD PARTY plants In addition to coimner
and steamed. always be stormy around the L
"See?" said Lewis happily crumbling Victorian monstrosl.ty Another seasonal desert card clal dockage. He pointed out t
"He's strapped down to keep where the Munsters live party was held Monday afternoon that suitably priced land tor BOSTONIAN v
from eating because he's gone In the Recreation Building of the such facilities Is no longer COMBS 'i.iFLEXOMOOS
on a crash diet so he can get Bonita and Little Hickory Shores, available on the Bay of Naples.
back Into his old uniform for a 23 Hurt As when many games followed the He said an active Port AuthorIty If' of the fish catch: Combs ;1
reunion with his wartime bud. -: dessert Miss Virginia Middle. could assist In locating and said Now the mate's markets!
dies. Later he breaks loose and ton as usual was at the door ex.tending developing suitable locationsfor absorb (roIl! r'I'' t io6i\)> percent
Airliner NE.4 Telephoto) r
eats the neighbor's Thanksglv. DC3 a welcome, and taking 00. such Industries. of the catch.
ing dinner." ROMANO: : - Singing star nations. Hostesses were Mes. Combs said commercial Combs said he and his brother 1
That, kiddies, Is the way It's Crash Lands Connie Francis and Richard dames Helen Chapman, Odella boats to came to Collier County
want come
going to be with "The Mun. Kanelhs, year-old public ,Markoff and Mary Miller. fishing facilities to from St. Petersburg In 1924. ; I t I
If are
ster," CBS' comedy series this relations man were married Door prizes were awarded to Naples proper
TONOPAH Nev. (AP) A They lived for a while at Good-
fall. The basic device Is that the DC3 airliner carry. In a ceremony at Essex:: Fails, Mrs. Carman Reahard and Miss available. He said Naples Is anda ,
twln.englne land where clam
Munster family consists ofGwynne's from NJ, Hazel Drew, while tablo prizesNOON closer to the Tortugas and"middle" a factory
Ing 35 persons on alight fleet of fishing boats were
went to Miss Peggy Poehner, fishing grounds than
Frankenstein type; a '
Burbank, Calif., to Hawthorne,
wife who looks like a vampire; Nev. crash.landed on a desert were on a trip to the big El Cap. Mesdames Juliette Margerum, any other West Coast city located. !He established his
Grandpa (Lewis), a member of lake,10 miles southeast of Tono. Itan Casino In Hawthorne.The Mary Granlund, Sue Cook and since no long up-river run f from wholesale fish company lii Na- "
the Dracula family; a weird, pah Wednesday night. FAA said one engine Ellen Rose and Virginia Clarke. the Gulf Is necessary here.
mauve-faced son -and a pretty A Federal Aviation Agency failed when the plane\ was northof The Roy Cobbs, their son and Naples wks once the center Holley Says Burns
blonde niece, a source of worry spokesman said 20 of the 32 pas. Beatty, Nev. 114 miles north. daughter..indaw, Ted Rnd pea of a thrlvlijg fishing Industry
because, to them, she looks ab sengers and three crew mem. ast of Las Vegas Cobb from Fort Myers Beach he pointed tried to with Bea's mother, Mrs.
normal.A The FAA said Hopkins along
bers aboard were Injured. At In Gordon Pass and the
few miles away, In another least two, the pilot and copilot, reach Tonopah, but trouble de. Mary Townsend, spent Saturdayand Platform With Him
studio, Carolyn Jones In a long veloped In the other engine. The Sunday at Key Largo en. bay channel drove away most I
black wig and slinky vampire. were seriously hurt. plane then made a landing on Joyed the beaches then, went on of the fleets. With, the pass TALLAHASSEE (APr Re. I II
Harold of the
Capt. Hopkins, outlined to Lake Worth coming back and 'channel. deepened. Combs publican I candidate for governorCharles
type dress was proudly showingto an unlighted strip on
Burbank area, was reported In
her adoring television hus. a dry lake for emergency XI5 through Okeechobee and home. said he felt sure the fisher- Holley, says his Demo.cratlc
critical condition. He was refuses to
Mid John Astin, made up to pinned In the wreckage for two rocket ship landings men would like to return. opponent up.
on the same platform
oak like Peter Lorre at his evil hours. Drive Carefully And Lire Another Naples asset Is Its pear with him. ,
best a sweater with three nearness to Miami via the Ta-
The craft was a scheduled air. liven when no debate ached -
sleeves which she was knitting. liner of Hawthorne.Nevada Air. miami Trap Combs said uled, Mayor Hayden Burns of
Behind her were a conservato.ry lines. Most of the passengers "More fresh fish are sold In Jacksonville has refused to at.
where she grows poisonous \ STOCKSNEW 1 Miami than any other city In tend gatherings, llulley said Vigorously Masculine !

'I I ;-r--' ;l I, I It I 1\ the UnltedStates, ," he declare Wednesday In a news. confer ,
: ed. : ence. |I I For town 'n country this rugged slip-on with
t Plnellas County Mite I
Florida used to absorb only The rep.
PORK (AP- Stocks at noont .resentatlve said campaign issues husky hamlsown front warm, and genuine

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Am Cyan 61% Gen Fds 91% RCA 31Vl Any Garbage Cans one," he said. "Apparently my
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Mea Short'i famous thirtwiltt with slim 4 full iklrt AnT 103/1 Gen Mtrs 94% Revlon 33'/4' LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) an Increase In each person'stax
Am Tob 35'/4 Goodrich 54% Rey Tob 45% This city's .new garbage collect. bill of about $50 a year."
BLOUSES Ampx Cp 16% Goodyr 43% StReg P 301,, inc contract", opened for bids today Holley said he was In favorof
Anaconda 45 /, Greyhnd 24% Seaboard 51'% has a, provision In It that proposed congressional aria Clothing
Armour 47% Gulf Oil! 5614 Sears 120 the firm awarded the contract to delay the carrying but of
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6 COUIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples, Florida. Thyrt Au9u.! 20, IU4 TEENAGERS WHO Democrats Seek Labor Shortage Faces FarmersIn

What Young People IMnkTeenAgers !MARRY: TO E;CAPE To Avoid Split

vME R 8/.efl1 California Next SeasonSACRAMENTO
:' : On Rights PlankTL

Analyze \ CITY, NJ. (AP) Calif. (AP) to make up the labor force
Demoi i all, i platform drafters California growers are far needed," said Albert B. Tie.
loss of burg, state employment ell,
n A re )| tlmistlc' today that aIari from resigned to the
'1 littlng fight over a <-ivtlrielts their braceros those hard. rector.
Early MarriagesAre i,link can be axolded. working Mexicans who help Organized labor says there
As the platform committee harvest the great California would be no shortage of domes.
moved here to wind up hearings tic labor If farmers would pa,
teenage marriages the Cohen, 15. of New York City, begun in Washington member crops Outside the San Joaquin Val. more than the $1 an hour guar

result of an attempt b\'the\'oun-( said: "Many parents nag kid y3re < from \both the North and South ley community of Stockton, anteed to the Mexican nationals
stern to escape problems athome0 so much they are tarred to." spoke hopefully' of reaching farmer Sam Loduca glumly "There Is no Job that Amerl.
Kaye Swanson, 17, of Michigan agreement on a *ei>erallar.. watched the men in straw hats cans won't. do U they get paid,
eiUlile i plank, harvest cucumbers for Z5 centsa for It, said Al Green, who rl1.
Some sI'loIOthink, they' City, End, said: "Sometimes the reds the AFUCIO'i
The i\il right lasue, (however bushel and remarked: Agricultur.
are. And neatly half the voting parents are too strict and the may spark" a sharp fight in "I'm glad I don't Uke cucum. al Workers Organizing Commit.
people we have just questioned kids want to get<< out on OW'T anther area the seatjng ot beri. There won't be any next tee. He suggested a $2 an tout t

are In agreement with this view their own" And this comment delegates from Mississippi and year" minimum wage.Braceros .

point. A plurality say that the from Michael Pleder It. of Alibama Like Loduca, other growers paid by piece work,
The i platform drafters' optlm. are counting the days until Dec. earn varying amounts ThE
teenage brides and grooms they Philadelphia "A'een-agerwlll ism was due In large part to testlmom 31, the expiration date of Public averaged $1.SO an hour picking
have known wanted to get away force his love on someone elseIf 1 In Att\ Gen. Robert F. Law 78 under which more than tomatoes not far from San

from home dlttltt lttes. However he doesn't receive an\ affec Kennedy, that he saw no need 100,000 Mexican citizens came Francisco Bay; 90 cents an hour
fot a i platform promise to seek United States for farm for thinning cantaloupes
only 44 per rent of the boys felt tlon from his family. to the u
tewil i rights laws He said he work last year Southern California's Riverside
this way as compared with Si A Saskatchewan Canada youth felt the 1964 Civil Rights Act State officials say growers are County and $1.25 for picking
per cent' of the girls. commented"We have a large w is broad enough to over the quietly exerting pressure on cantaloupes farther north It
Don Id Horton, 17, of family-and who wouldn't want i l'lrt s I960 pledges In this field. Democratic Oov. Edmund a. Fresno CountyBuddhist,
Chicopee, Mass., expressed the to get away from the noise" Civil rights leaders In thetitestimom Brown to fight for some sort of
parents were giving them siiffl- when then don't Ilk* me tf tlo he, roe of Jen, .. emphasized enfoioe. .
feelings of many of the youngsters There were var>lng opinions : I I if r '" tri: bracero legislation next )ear
when b* said "Teenagerswant however about the reasons for lent porttmltv to trv their something'nd this word from tif matiirltv" sill! Chen 1 Qiute. ment ol the 1964 act and leglsla. Although the official position Leader
: teenage marrlaps.Jan..t wing. Sharon Mvers, 16, rf I "ul v\1lf'\ 16 of \\lckllffe obi,: "The tlon to provide more alit I better of the Council of California
to feel grown up and can'tat job opportunities tot Negroes Growers is not to seek extension
kv..i 'Of course m\ parents are treat me like! .i little Kiln and r'm rather than Assails Khanh'sGrab
home. And Sharon RoseWells Spegel, 17, of Camcien. TREATED LIKE BABY'Bruce new civil rights of the bracero program, farm.
16, of West Baden, In!".. N.J., thought some of them Hinter, 18, (It Glasgow. Interested In where I'm going supposed' (o be the oldest" measures ers and the Brown administration .
hut the allow me to be pretty' One of the most unusual However, Frederick G. Out. say California agriculture
to resulted from said he didn't believe In
said: "Young people marry "parents pushing Mont ton the White For PowerSAIGON
House aide who Is faces difficult next
Independent and I m, thankful for replies ram from a lC-\ear-old a season
escape from home because they children Into dating young "Bill too much freedom, but added: executive director of the plat. without it.
think they can prove they are Redersen n. of Wantagh. N.\.,. "On the whole. my parents let It." Philadelphian who said Munth'; form committee, still tagged the year Despite the hard.core unem. South Viet 'Nan' .

old enough to make decisions! thought It quite simple: "It's just me dn anvthlng within limits." There were some Interesting "Mv parent are too liberal. u.pl'l'lalh writing of a civil rights plank as plojment In California and else. (\P) A assailed top Buddhist Preside leader

that all things are happening A .\ r.old Montere\, Calif. answers from those who thought where driving and sex the most difficult task for the where, state officials admit fail. publicly Ngujen Kliaiih today as the

PARENTS TO BLAME' earlier these days." bm David Kelsura sill "rm their parents were holding them are involved ItBoys' group.The ure In the search for Americans government sought to avert ',"
committee completed to replace the bracero.
Some of the youngsters placedthe A whopping 79 per .cent of Ih.young'itf'f5 parents' let me dr mo-,tI\ what t down too much. A -vear-old three days of hearings In Wash. "In our view, we're going to explosion on the first annlvor
Denver south, Sherrx Jorgensen' of the bloody pagoda rails.,
blame on the parents. Anita thought their awn want but they also let me know Shoes Keep Ington Wednesday and were to have a real bad time next year vary
,said\ : "M\' parent believe that start taking additional testimo.,, Addressing a rally of 4,000
children are children until they Pace With Lively ny here this afternoon with Sec. "Buddhist youths, the leader,
retary of the Tlch Tan Chau, sharply criti.
Interior Stewart L. Red Tide' Hits
HEADQUARTERS for CLOTHESFOR New FashionsFootwear Udall, Secretary of Welfare An. cUed Khanh'c assumption of additional .

Chrysler Gives for pre-teen males thony Carl Sanders J. Celebrezze of and Gov Near Los Angeles when he power ousted last Maj Sunday On,,
Is traditionally built to suffer Georgia among
the witnesses. "NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. Duong Van Minh as presidentand
the slings and arrows of outrageous
THE TEEN-AGE and Press PreviewOf boyhood. This fallscrop The hearings are to be con. (AP) An Orange County lifeguard Installed. himself
of shoes are as stylish as eluded Friday and the commit. wrinkled his nose at the The rally held in the
1965 ModelsNEW they are tee hopes to finish its drafting Pacific Ocean and commented: grounds of the Buddhistss o>,
The leather toot and deml- work late Saturday "The water looks like root elation headquarters here _
COLLEGE CROWD f YORK (AP) Chrysler boot, every boy's favorites: Sunday. or early beer" was In commemoration of last t
Corp unveiled the most dlversl. take their punishment; "d The red tide, an overabun. year's pagoda raids bv you',
fled line In Its history today as come back for more Western dance of tiny sea creatures under orders from the late
it became the first auto makerto boots In black and authentic Nevada Grass Fire called plankton, moved south to President Ngo Dlnli Diem.

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED show Its 1965 models to the this leather year colors, but the are unadorned a natural Now Under Control Newport Beach Wednesday, and Anxious to avoid an outbreak,
press. boot is also popular I ; stretched sticky fingers all the police did not Interfere cluilnc
j Lynn A. Townsend, Chrysler Brawny oxfords and brogues, Fighters Go HomeELKO way to Laguna Beach, seven the rally and it ended without
FASHIONS! f. president, told newsmen at the neatly spare In detailing, are miles down the coast. Incident. But several Buddhist
opening of a four.day previewthat ready for action in classroomor Nev (AP) Bone. The red tide has been plaguing high silionl teachers said durint'
UtIWS SHIUII Chrysler spent more than playground, Combinationsof weary professional fire fighters beaches In the Los Angelesarea the rally that they have been Invited ..
SKIRTS $300 million In developing Its colors or leathers are often prepared to go home today after for several weeks. to |x>llie' headqiniters fill
130 models In nine series. This used for style Interest subduing Nevada's worst State fish and game authorities questioning.
BLOUSES compared with $123 million Young partygoers seen range fires. say the one-cell organisms, Khanh who Is i Buddhist, _
dying their
feet aren't'tful
spent In engineering and styli they're Just admiring Behind them, they leave: called conyaulax polyhedra had ordered hid armed, forces to.
DRESSES the 1964 line.Townsend over-multiply when the avoid entanglement with !
elegant I More than 350,000 acres of ocean INIIIII|
( said much oi ;i smooth si dnertfg charred rangeland. Much of it water is unusually warm. cal and religious gl'nUps.:|> 11('
SWEATERS Chrysler's emphasis had teen rd I leathers, these hand. was valuable to northeastern also warned students, to slit k to
focused on the "great central di. , ,hoes may be high- Nevada stockmen for grazing their books rather than demon.
Co-ordinates & Suits price range between compacts H,. cd.\Ith gored insets 01 their cattle. Teamsters Face stratlons, or they might find'
In the Valiant and Dodge ', 'drifts]' An undetermined number themselves In the army
s price class on the one hand and I., n: lude bold of cattle lost, fences burned and
bi. n I> I'' ''IL brown>, atlrrup Problem Of Who
so - -
the Dodge Custom 880 sod.
f .. Betty's Inctl: Chrysler on the other." Many of the men had' been Foots The Bill B8ik.'t0""

The Chrysler president said Try Out Birth on the line since Saturday.A GIfT' IDIA 'y
feminine fashions avoid"At Chrysler, we are going to Control Drug At crew of 111 men was still MIAMI BEACH, FU (AP) 11f |} i iOOMC 1
at all costs the mistake The
589 posted on the worst and most Teamsters Union's exec'u. :
Fifth Avenue SouthLEI aura CA"'IH'"I''C.
of becoming known as a company tlve council hears
Oklahoma PrisonCornell stubborn blaze, the 200,00XacreBoulder ( a report to.
that builds cars for the Flat-Maggie Creek fire day on the question of who pays
very young or only for the mid. University scientist: which burned a stretch of grass President James R. lloffa's le.
dle.aged and successful We said Wednesday a new birth 1 and sagebrush 75 miles long to gal expense. '
build cars for everybody. control drug has been success the west and northwest of Elko. Hoffa said Wednesday the re. .
The 4 .yearo{>ld Townsend, fully tested on 15 volunteer prU It was controlled Wednesday port will be submitted by attor. : s
who took over as Chrysler pres. sonata at the Oklahoma Pent 1 afternoon by an assault team of neys to the 15-man board at Its II
ident in July 1961 and directed tentlary. 1,000 fire fighters. Skeleton quarterly meeting here. I- i+
; co Its comeback In the auto market, Dr. John MacLeod said the 1 crews mopped up five other Hoffa agreed several weeks
said Chrysler's share of the male Inmates were rendered infertile blazes The crew had totaled :2-, ago to stop using union money
auto market rose to 13.9 percent for at least four months.1 300 men. to pay his lawyers. Since then LIGHTWEIGHT I
In the first six months of MacLeod Is associated professor he has been convicted in Chl< a.
this year, Its highest point In of anatomy at Cornell's Medical There ire some 500 minaret- go of conspiring to defraud the BUlL T.IN FLASH
rrrN 1 four years. School at New York City lopped mosque in Istanbul. union's pension fund In a $20. 1
million loan scheme I
Hoffa was sentenced to four !
terms of five years each to run (

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/ '' .. I Ii In Washington Wednesday, World's Fair camera It's !
nearly 500 union members from compact, lightweight and
F',, nine locals filed a petition ask. Ideal for saving all your '
+ r to memories, at the Fair ;
Ing Join a suit seeking rei'ov.
l Yesl There ore bargain ery of all union funds anywhere. No( settings to "
spent de.
make, Just aim and shoot
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S .... .... Try Try,' Again( COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N>plM, Reside, Tkun Auquet 29 itM" 7
NEWSman On Vacation Barry Wants A Palma Htilciru1: Islands 1
Spain couple married to

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FaceToFaceDebates tt'11'11 tuns,

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ere 1 "Pr .
.a. (AP) Re. 4EAUT 1
pal'ar. publican presidential nominee ,
Barry Goldwater was described .
ds.Iri., today as willing to face President
FloridaBY Johnson In a television series 1
laid proposed by the National I With These 1
dl. Broadcasting Co.Goldwater' 0 I
ur.III.. DAVID LYON press secretary
Paul Wagner, said the Arizona
senator wouldnt be InterestedIn Dry Cleaning SpecialsFor
This Installment !
our covers the last two daysof necessarUy
brief 1134.mlle trip around the state. a format that would have the ,
presidential contenders appear
leymf Third days Nature Trails and Springs day.Palatkato Dun. separately. rti 1
nellon via several back roads, through Ocala National For. Johnson was silent on the I : a limited time 1
NBC Invitation
to him
put and
;an est, and west
Coldwater jointly or separ. W : II

I\Ir In First stop of the morning was Gold Head Branch state series ately -of on"Meet the air the In Press"a full hour tele i Bring in 3 Garments i"1'1' I 1) 1

Ide'IIC park northwest of Palatka. This Is another of the otf.the.beaten.track vision programs. I I .
[' attractions which I made it a point to visit. Vt'ti&1 '
NBC board chairman RobertW. '
In Besides the usual good camping and swimming facilities Sarnoff outlined the offer in V.4 PAY FOR 2 ," If' :. '

found In state parks, Gold Head Branch's great feature Is a identical telegram to Goldwat ;I <:'t .
er and Johnson. He said the : \
steep, heavlly.wooded ravine with a small swlfUflowlng
r stream, with a bed oT golden sand, at its bottom. The ell. plan was designed to substitute Q- 1
mate In this for actual television debates. 1 Like 1\/: / '
ravine Is not as extreme as In the surround ,} ,
ing area, so Jubt about anything that grows In Florida !growsIn Goldwater could not be 3rd FREE .
i this mlle-long gully. reached for comment but Wag : Garment (
ner said the Republican noml.

The state park service still has a lot of work to do yet nee "would accept on a face.to. l "Io... " ,
r In labeling all the varieties of plants. It has built a con. face basis only." I '

m Crete stairway for easy access to the ravine bottom, and "Separate appearances" Is Yes, this is your .; : 1 1I
hardly a debate
hiking trails have been laid out that parallel the stream to the press sec.
I.d Its outlet. retary said.Meanwhile. I chance to save plentyon j"I 1
Republican Na.
-- -
Ie NOT CROWDED tlonal Chairman Dean Burch a complete wardrobe 1
IIIr. This park's clientele. gather from limited observation, charged Senate Democrats ob. WANTED A HOME for these orphaned cats. ...._'.._. ,
r.s. consists mainly of Jacksonville-area people who come to vlously were operating on In. Mrs. Dewey Polly, office volunteer at the Humane y 0
spend a relaxing day or camp out overnight. The place Is structtons from Johnson when Society Shelter, and John Wilson, the shelter manager 0

00r. not crowded I walked for quite a distance along the trails, they rolled up a party line ma. are seen bathing a small kitten whose hair EVERY 3rd Garment: FREE! ,
meeting no one. It rained while I was out In the open andI Jorlty Islatton Tuesday night to kill leg. had become matted with milk, This, part-Persian .

ll.d.. was happy to have brought along a water.repellent Jacket. way for aimed debates at on paving radio and the kitten and her three playful sisters me described 0 1 ,

d.y, television by suspending the as six weeks old, longhaired, coal black and "in
After getting back on the road I "Ken.
passed through 1
n. wood," a fictitious location in Putnam County at the Inter "equal time" requirement for need of loving care." In the photo below Mrs. 0 CHECK THIS LIST GOOD FOR ALL THE FAMILY
section of two secondary roads. Kenwood Is known only to the presidential campaign Polly is shown with two Seal Point Siamese cats 0 1
rate the drafters of the particular highway map I was following 'I can understand why President They are the "Animals of the Day" at the shelter. 0 0
It Is common practice for mapmakers to Insert fictitious Johnson desires to avoid The one curled up in bed is described as a "blue-
" towns in their road maps, to protect copyright Interests, I debating Sen. Goldwater, hay. eyed female" one and one half years old who Suits a Dresses -
ing seen the President
am Informed.The on televl. answers to the name of "Teeke." The other is
slon several times aa
'cte.tt' first of two while Ocala He said the Republican Na. two years old and as yet unnamed. These are 0 Pants Sweaters 1i
stops, driving through a -
''e National tlonal Committee Is willing to just a few of the many cats and kittens being
Forest was at Alexander Springs recreation
where tourist j.malnly floridians from nearby counties,area were; put up half the cost of television offered at the shelter for adoption and may be i Skirts Raincoats aa i iI

U, enjoying swimming, boating and picnicking Three Daytona time if Johnson will agree to ape seen between 12 and :3 p.m. daily -a
high school students amused themselves by skin-diving for pear with Goldwater.Coldwater 0
Itt exotlcJooklng fish. The hiking trail was muddy In spots In a speech at the
I discovered.At Hll>ols State Fair Wednesday, pay for It. We'll buy the time."
J' declared: "I am willing to de. He estimated it would cost President Signs ,t

" Juniper Springs recreation area,I somehow overlooked bate and I'm willing to pay for about $500,000 to air a debate on Big Defense Bill
I the big "entrance" sign at the left of the parking area. the time." three television networks.
,Instead, I walked over to the right and circled around a Later, Goldwater told report.ers Sarnoff proposed a series of WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. NAPLES LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANERS
"the Republican party will six two of them for
trailer park area before finding a hiking trail and going programs dent Johnson has signed Into
u the long way around. There are some massive live oakland appearances by Rep. William E. law a bill appropriating $46.8 1der
I, pines here. Miller, the Republican vice 1095 Fifth Ave So. MI 2-3433
for American defense at
$50 Damage In presidential nominee and the home and abroad this year rrrrrrrr.rrrr.rrrrr.rrrrrrrmIJoin.the
C'I NATURAL BEAUTY Democratic vice presidential The big money bill, for the
The springs at Juniper Springs were pretty and as little Naples AccidentWhile nominee.He fiscal year ending next June 30,
I as possible has been done by man to spoil the natural beauty, Mrs. Berthi Lowder. said the program would Includes $207 million id pay for
Trailer sites and tent sites are hidden among) the trees milk 114 14th Avd. be scheduled Sunday nights on raises for Congress approvedfor
S. wait.
.... At the principal swimming area, an old mill building with a Ing for traffic to clear after the NBC radio and television U.S. servicemen beginning
big revolving water wheel made for a picturesque scene networks, between early Sep. next month
leaving her parking place at the tember and ,,
Election Day As usual It is the largest appropriation ). smarter
Kentucky Fried Chicken Restau.
';lhereMeig i gooa fiumber of peipltywoSWPlorldiana,' rant at Sixth Avenue and NBC oJtered,19 make them bill sent by Con. y
.1J basking In the sun or swimming the cool spring waters. North available to other networks. to the White
the Trail last night her car was tress House accounting
J Children many of them under 10, plunged into the clear 24. for almost half the
rammed In the side by a rented an.
foot-deep waters from a diving board "spring" board witha
. ( car driven by Joseph Lobaughof Egyptian Cats nual national budget. Johnson buyers who made
seeming attitude of unconcern.Watchful parents were near. Ashland Ky. signed It Wednesday the White
by, however. Damage to the Lowdermilk Egyptians first domesti House announced today
car cated the cat about 1500 BC.,
The total of $40.8
was estimated at $50 while there billion Is
The next leg of the trip was westward on SR 40 to Rainbow but it was proclaimed a sacred $719 million less than Johnson
was no damage to the rented car. the number
Springs at Dunnellon, where there were not a great many The accident which occurred at animal by them as far backas had asked for the Defense Department one
J ) tourists when I arrived In late afternoon.For two bucks, one 7:48 o'clock was investigated by 2500 B,C.. and they even In the 1965 f I aril year.
I can sit aboard a specially-constructed boat and make eyes at Sgt. Robert Alexander. No had a cat-headed goddess It Is $1.9 billion less than the
the 37 different varieties of fish through portholes beneaththe named Bast, according to the department received last fiscal
was Injured and
no arrests were
surface.I made. Encylopaedia Britanmca. year. seller the numberone >
put up at Hernando for the night thinking It was Inver.
ness. At the end of along day,my eyes rather bleary, and so
were my thoughts. Inverness was another four miles south

buy ! !
Fourth day Down U.S. 41 to Naples, with side trips to "COME ON IN...
Clearwater of South Wk
and St. Pete First stop was University

Florida campus on north edge ofTampa.This lithe first state i THE WEATHER'S FINE"
university In the country to be founded entirely within the

20th century. Ch"\1'ot). haM II hI arK burn a rll'lIl'illJ11', Now'

MODERN, TASTEFULThe 6 it' mod in faux1! tlum rvri .1 list dropl'tour

five-year-old campus now consists of a dozen buildings, i : ('h.\ rnls't' ,1'all'l"lI to HCC \\ Icy \AMIat\ IIIH \\ ids
and more are under construction.The school's first students 1I1-o:401'lllll'lIt: of lniiMiliU'Clic' \ ioktn, ChcM'lien,
began attending classes there In 1960. Though the buildingsare (111'\\ ll's and ('IIJ'\lIil'M Pill the .ict' 'Oil want

modern,the architecture Is tastefuland ample open space thin> lolls| all tlioxi smut t IHIM, 'i's u list jrt a
has been preserved. All buildings are air-conditioned.Some t numlxr on> dial! on the iiimilwr one 111,114" Hilt
are open during summer vacation becauseof staff activities. iloii't ait tooloiijr tlirn in'c ii lot i.|( nlliiT smallaiouml
1,11"I' '
After seeing some people, and not seelngothers, on the \
side trips toSt,Pete and Clearwater.I headed down the road.
The vacation closed on a note of triumph when I happened
upon a gasoline price war in Palmetto and gleefully filled /
up with 239.cent fuel Every other place I stopped on the \
trip the price wars had Just ended and I had to shell out at c1// as o i t,
the rate of 33.9 cents a gallon.I / 6"J

saw very few hitchhikers on the road and I didn't stop C I.. .t" II'Iuc.r/ "/,,..,,,, C ".Illsi
for any of them. Hitchhikers used to be a reliable sort (I was
one once,) but lately it has gotten so you can't tel

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New Golf Association ,' 4r 'f '" Yankee Weight

,. Lifters Eyeing 6 I :

Formed At The MooringsThe Olympic Medals 1

Moorings Men's Golf Asso. elation announced that golfers- NEW YORK (AP) There
elation wee born yesterday In an wishing to Join < ould mall ('hec ks was a time when the United SPORT
organizational meeting:held at the to him at 525 Putter Point Pla<'P. States dominated the Olympic ]
clubhouse, and the new assocla. The fee for the remainder of the welghtllftlng competition. In the

Hon will be led by C J.Mr Murray summer season Is $8. 1948 Games In England and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
who wa elected chairman. McMurry announced the first again In '52 In Finland and In '56

Art Holmes was elected co. outing will be held Thursday, in Australia, American lifters 8 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS N.pl.' Florida, Thurt Auguit JO. I'M
chairman) Howard Dreher, trea. August 27' and will be placed b won the majority of gold me.
surer Henry Buckhannan, sec u a blind bogey affair. Handl. dale '

retarYI and Marty Lynch and Bill caps will be established In tIo, The story was different the
Savage aa members of the board beginning on the first five rounr""-, y fit 1960 Olympics In Rome Amerl.ca .

of governors. played by members, and later ,''I.t.justed won one gold medal. No long. Baseball
In a planning session, members j u more scores are i,ost. er did the U.S. boys hold most
Of the new association agreed on ed. He announced also that plat of the world records either
dues of $6 for the remainder of ers are !to arrange their own Russia became the power.
the summer season which ends matches. house and the United States Roundup

December 1. Yearly dues will ar e Ae, H'rrArr 1 found Itself struggling to hold By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
be $20, and provision was made River Park's second" place with Japan, Hun.
for players who do not spend 4 K gary and Poland. While the Chicago White Sox placed him Don Buford ended
the entire year here. Dues of "Things will be different In are rushing toward the ton of the scoring with a sacrifice fly
$12 will be charged for either Rec DirectorIs Tokyo in October." vows Dave the American League, the New that scored Ron Hansen.

the summer season extending wdw/.ae'aYt4 Matlin, chairman of the U.S. York Yankees are having The loss kept the Yankees
from April 15 to December 1, ,.- c-- _.a. rr.w..r-.r- ...rw.ll'111T ... Olympic weightlifting commit. trickle troubles. four games behind Baltimore.In .
or the winter season during re. 'Certified'Mrs. tee which is conducting two.day The White Sox moved within other AL games, Detroit de.
IWX-L. Y Knowles. of the Hornchurch Harriers she
malnlng months In the year. seems aghast as trials at the World's Fair beginning one half game of Baltimore feated Los Angeles 5.2, Mlnne.
Klchardeen (Rickey views the pile of foam rubber that awaits her descent from of 5 feet. 7
Thursday was chosenas"tournament .' ) scraps a jump Friday to pick the seven. Wednesday night, taking ad. sofa downed Washington 3.1 and
Inches in international meet In London.
Jones the an
day" and a deadline to City's recreation man squad that will travel to vantage of three Yankee er.'Cleveland outlasted Kansas City
turn In scores for the day was director at River Park, has the Orient. rots for four unearned runs

set at 8 p.m.ln order to give the been certified as a recreation "And I'm not speaking idly. Baltimore Wednesday night, 64.In the National League, PhiU.
tournament chairman time to del. administrator by the Orange Babe Parilli Key FigureOn Mixed Golfing Look at the results of the 1963 taking advantage of three Yank.ee delphla whipped Chicago 9.5,
ermine winner,. State Recreation Assn. Pan-Amerlcan Games In Brazil. errors for four unearned runs Cincinnati dumped San Francisco .

Eligibility of membership In The certificate, recently Event Winds Up We won six of the seven gold and a 4.2 victory. 7.1, Houston nipped St. Louis
the newly formed association medals. That Is the Pitcher Jim Bouton and third 8.7 in 10
was mailed to her, notes that she main reason innings, New York beat I,:
not limited to those holding mem. has fulfilled all the professional Boston Patriots TeamANDOVER T for my optimism." baseman Clete Boyer were the Pittsburgh 4.2 and Los Angeles fr.
bershlps In The Moorings Golf requirements established for With Feed FunThe Matlin may be too optimistic. Yankees who had the trickles. edged Milwaukee 76. )1
and Country Club, but was open. the recreation administrator's The Russians figure to be as The malady first appeared In Robinson was hit by Herbel

ed to nonmember as well. Club certificate It Mass. (AP) Par 1U1 Is In his 11th season mixed golf tournament powerful as ever, other Com. the third Inning after the White after Vada Pinson had doubled
Pro Bill McDevitt announced was signed by Boston won the 1963 Eastern DIvision of pro ball at the age of 34. sponsored yesterday by the Beach munlst bloc nations have top Sox loaded the bases with two home two runs for the Reds in
reduced dally green fees will be OSRA president O.B. Johnsonand championship with the Holovak's Patriots beat But. Club Men's Golf Association was contenders and Japan also has out. Pete Ward grounded to first the first. Robinson then did

available for players Joining the registration certification American football League's falo in the division playoff last concluded last night with a cock. some title threats. baseman Joe Pepltone, who some of his own hitting, slam
association formed)'esttrday,but chairman Essie D. Silva best defense and quarterback December but were crushed 51. tall party and a dinner at the Among the Pan.Am champs tossed the ball to Bouton at ming his 23rd homer !in the third
who are not club members. Among the requirements for Babe ParlUl operating at "25 10 by powerful San Diego In the Beach Club Motel with about 60 entered are Joe Puleo of De. first. The throw was in time, but inning and No. 24 in the seventh.
The new treasurer of the aaso. the administrator's certificate per cent efficiency." title game. members and guests joining In the trolt, a middleweight and Bill Bouton missed the base allow. Purkey brought his record to

are a college degree and two "We hope to be better this Injuries at the running back festivities. March of York Pa., the middle ing Ray Herbert to score. 7.7, allowing the Giants only run
THE years of on-the-Job work. Mrs. year," said Coach Mike Holo. position put a heavy burden on Association Chairman Frank heavyweight titllst. His error upset Bouton so when he threw wild on a groun.
Jones graduated from Wiley vak "Injuries slowed down Larry Garron, the Pats' double Blair, assisted by Co.chalrman In all, over 60 lifters are en. much that he threw the ball der after Hal Lanier doubled.

College at Marshall, Tex., in Parilli last r and hurt duty fullback. Ron Burton, No. 1 Wilt Woodlll gave a resume of tered in seven classes In the down In disgust As it trickled The Phillies gut the Job done
Biq. 1958 and spent three In his timing. led the league running back, missed the entire the day's golfing actlvlties.an. tWo.day trials. The 123, 132, 148 near the first base coaching in the eighth inning, overcoming
U.S. years in pass interceptions The year regular season because of a nounced the winners and present. and 1(8 trials are listed for box, Jim Landis, who had a 54 deficit with a flve.run ex.
Army special services before -
before he had the fewest Inter. back ailment and disc ed nrlzas. opening day.Palmer. reached third on the first mis. plosion. Clay Dalrjniple and
i" coming to Naples to take cepttons." tlon. His replacements opera.were Julia Anderson was Introducedto cue, dashed home with the run Tony Taylor triggered the rally
; GOB her present position. part time men. the diners "as an honest golf. Nicklaus that gave Chicago a 2.1 lead. with singles before Wes Coving
Other requirements laid down Rookies J.D. Garrett of er" and was presented with a The trickles mushroomed into ton drove in the tying and win.
AND by the OSRA before It certifies 31 Boys WorkingOut Grambllng and Pete Pedro of "golfer's certificate of merit" Play Practice castastrophe in the seventh In. nlng runs with a pinch double.
administrators are a thor- At West Texas State have been stating she had "frustra nlng when Chicago scored two 1 The Cubs had snapped a 4-4 ,
ough knowledge of recreation Naples running ahead of Burton in the tlon through 18 holes, splashed Round TogetherAKRON runs, breaking a 2.2 deadlock. tie In the top half of the Inning !'

administrative theory, ability Junior High early games. Tom Neumann through numerous water hazards With runners at first and sea 1 on singles by Joey Amalfitano,
CLUB Ohio (AP) Mast.
r"lf iJlCOUNTRY[ to promote, plan, and organize backs up Garron and Harry and deserts of sands, and put up ers champion, Arnold Palmer and and none out, J. C. Martin 1 Billy Williams and Ron Santo,
with the BeitFACIUTIK recreation activities under conditions Thlrty.four boys have show Crump Is ready to play. with lop.alded balls on the and long.hlttlng Jack Nicklaus bunted along the third base line.1 who earlier hit his 24th homer.
where ed up so far at practice ses. "We certainly expect better greens." There was a big roundof Bouton grabbed the ball, but his 1 The Mets won their fourth
precedent not having played
a round
{jI L throw to third for the force was 1
slons for straight their
available sound professional Naples Junior High's season at flanker than we got applause as Blair announced together, both were convincedthe longest winning
But wait. Mike Hersh.
too late.
1964 football team. from Jim Colclough last year," her score at 145 and presentedher streak of the season when
judgment, and work Firestone Course Is to
ability to slid the base.
In Southwest Florida Practices began Tuesday, un. said Holovak "we anticipate a with the certificate. be berger past Hickman blasted a Vern Law
with groups of people of all der the direction of head coach better year at quarterback and First place tourney honors American during the $50,000 Boyer alertly pounced on the 1 pitch into the parking area be.
Club Golf Classic
for Country ages. Bill Marshall andasslstantGlenn went to Sarah West begin. runner, tagging him for an apparent yond left field with the bases
_________ figure on help for Garron. Molly Hack. fling today.
LIVINGGOLFING Stanley, and will continue dallyat ett, W.L. Brown and Al Hackett out. But wait again. The 1 loaded In the sixth inning.
Boxer Dies Palmer, one of the tour men ball trickled out of Boyer's 1
Jap 8 a.m. until school opens foursome combining "iona That was more than enough
After that, they will be shiftedto 95-Pound Football foursome combining who has conquered* this! 7,165 glove, and the White Sox had' for Tracy Stallard, who had a
. After KO In Ring "long yard layout with sub par totals; the bases loaded.
the afternoon drives shutout until Bill Vlrdon hit
crisp iron a
II hobo ChompioMhip Cell la Team Planned For work and ac. after four rounds In three
ticiMint condition for play TOKYO (AP) A 22.year.old Marshall said he expects some curate putting" to post a net previous Bouton settled down briefly, two-run homer in the ninth.
Japanese professional boxer more boys to add to the ranksof East Naples Kids score of 57 which topped all classics said the course striking out Cam Carreon. Then, ,Stallard brought his record to 7.
SWIMMING . died Thursday after 82 hours In junior high football players. other competition.Two with its par of 35.35-70 Is I In> however, he walked Landls for 16 with a slx-hltter.

AAU in* pool 75' a 40' i 30' wild coma following his sixth round Some are not In town this week Boys of Little League age In foursomes tied for sec", beautiful condition. one run, and Pete Mikkelsen ret The Colts won it In the 10th
family ",.",blrth. aoailabla, knockout but East Naples who are Interested 'I'm sure it'll take a 278 twin a.
In Tokyo Sunday should show up shortly. Af. ond place honors with scores of when AI Spangler singled con.
night. ter the current week's condl. In playing 95.pound football this 61. The eight players it, said Palmer, who tlnued to second on Curt Flood'serror I s
HOMESITES . receiving that score to win the Classic t
Featherweight Takashl Hase. tlonlng practices have finish. fall should register with Jim prizes were Dick and Helen Just Playing and rode home on Fox'
The k idealtot 1962 and then
paniMtM era saw Johnny
tka" kit C-u try Club "'l gawa was, the.,second Japanese i ed, boys will, don pads and go ,Croak at the Mary Carter, \tnt Sowers, Wilbur and Helen Eck. capture first place last single.
in toutlmtl fMtt' Liner pro boxer to die after being into contact work next week., store on Davis Blvd. "M ard, Ralph and Helene Carson year The Colts tied the score in the
with a 276 as Palmer finished( Steady
knocked out Efforts are being made to form and Frank and Evelyn Blair. Say ninth when Bob A&promonte
Tore toil el State oorfSI62 an East Naples team this fall, The evening ended with second with a 280. drove in his fourth run with a
iron, U.S 41HONI North Carolina's eight football Moorings GalsIn as It Is the belief of youth foot i of piano music and community a round Nicklaus, coming off a 10-day. Tourney Leaders single after the Cardinals had
rest from tournament
Ml 2 6692 ball officials competition
wingbacks the all from the home there tre singing taken the lead with four runs in
mate. enough boys In the Naples area said, "the guy who wins 1 It; HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) their half.
Blind DrawJerry for two teams. In previous years, this year might do better than Two confident former winners Frank Howard hit his first
there has been only one IS. Buys Insurance On 276. The greens are consistentand : Insisted they are Just playing! homer in 25 days and drove in

Back SchoolSPECIALS Smith and Sue Link,pair. pound team in this area. Student Players putting will be much earl steady golf as they charged Into three runs for the Dodgers, who
To "
ed as partners in a "blind draw Meanwhile, John lamurrl, Na. er. today's quarterfinals of the U.S.women's blew most of a fI ve.run lead but
for partners tourney," topped all pies team coach, has set 9 a.m. MIAMI (AP) The Dade Palmer had a 34.34-68 In his amateur golf tourna. held on behind Ron Perranoskl's
compeltlon and won first place Monday for his first practice County School Board ordered practice round Wednesday while 1 ment. relief pitching Perranoskl
honors In yesterday's outing by session at Cambler Park. senior high schools Wednesday Nicklaus came In with a 34.35- ''1 Just played fairly steady," struck out Lee Maye with the

I I The Moorings Women's GoU As. to buy accident insurance at $5 69. said Barbara Mclntlre, 1959 bases loaded and two runs in,
soclatlon. Nicklaus won the World Series 1
a head for students participate winner, of Colorado Springs i, cutting off the Braves final
Second place went to Mary Manager Johnny Pesky of the Ing In all varsity sports, Includ. last year and In 1962, picking up' Colo., after defeating Mrs. Scott t threat in the eighth Inning.
Gordy and Betty Johnson. baton Red Sox broke in with ing football.An a $50,000 check each time. Probasco of Chattanooga,
For next Wednesday's outing, Rocky Mount N.C., in 1940. He estimated 8,000 studentsare Palmer, who qualified for the Tenn., In the second round oli
members will meet at 9 a.m. hit .325, matched that mark the Involved at 20 schools. series by winning the Masters,i the match play tournament.
LEVI'SIVY for "a mix them up at the tee" next year at Louisville and In The board's decision followed will be studying the course i "I 1 was Just playing for par 0
and prizes will be awarded on a 1442 aa Roaton'a rookie ahort- months of carefully. So will National Open i golf," three-time winner JoAnne
the need
study to
low gross score bases atop, he batted .331.Jorman's offer low premium Insurance champion Ken Venturi, British i Gunderson, Seattle, Wash., said State r
PANTSCuffed Open champion Tony Lema and I
for football of her 1 up defeat of Baibarj
players. Other ath.
- - - - - - - - - - PGA titllst Nichols.They'll .
1 - - - - - - - Bobby White
- - letes were covered by regular Shreveport, La., In the League
make the World Se.
up second
"That's what
I student purchased accident In. 1
; rles foursome.
aimed for.
surance which costs $3 a piece
/ 100% Cotton Mrs. Jason Weiss, of Indi.l| ASSOCIATED PRESS\/|
ana polls and I Ier
Cctrel RayonContinental I iill a Curtis Cup .
., in 1958, upset Brlgltte Varan W. U Pet. G.B.
A Belt .., BARGAIN DAYS got of Paris, France, British Tampa 31 20 .608 _
I ,,-, amateur champ, l.up In the sec. St. Pet'burgSO 20 .600 Vi
loop Model I E1 and round.In Orlando 29 21 .580 IVi
16 J I SALEStill another upset, Marcella Miami 25 26 .490 6
.. Rose of Jefferson City, Mo., de. Ft. Lau'dale 25 26 .490 6
REG. 3.98 GRIZZLY GAB 1 feated Carol Sorenson, a high Sarasota 22 26 .458 7>/a
1 school golf teacher at Battle Lakeland 18 29 .383 11
1 ont.v 1 In Progress! Creek, Mich., 3.2 In the second Day'na B'ch 18 30 .375 tl'/4'
NOW $3.25 1 round. Miss Sorenson downed Wednesday's Results

813.95 "Back-to-School" Sole Specials! Judy Bell of Colorado Springs 5. Sarasota 3, Tampa 1
1 3 earlier In the day while Miss St. Petersburg 2, Lakeland 1

1 Rose defeated Carla Glasgow Miami at Daytona Beach, rain
2 Pr. $6.00REG. Whittier, Calif. Only
Cordovan games scheduled
1 : Your In the third round today, Miss Thursday's Games

1 Gunderson played Mrs. Robert Daytona Beach at Tampa

4.98 COTREL or 1r (8 i1- Ihlanfeldt of Seattle, Mas., Mrs. Orlando at Lakeland
2.- Pete Dye of Indianapolis played St. Petersburg at Miami
lack Susan Gregory of Pine Bluff, Sarasota at Fort Lauderdale

NOW $2.75 1 ; 1 IM,-'.If, Ark.j Weiss; Miss and Mclntlre Miss Rose fared Mrs.was

There 1 Is ,
only one new head
1 matched with Robbye King
B-C.D "......" Jefferson, City. Mo. "*<'h In the National Football
1 lunch Kit far "Aitraiia leech Kit far
2 Pr. $5.00 Cirlll'Glo..,black plailic til la,ll Spa....'. ...".. "Mt I The semifinals will be played League fr the 1964 SMion, Jr*
1 widths : lo(-.a. vacuum belli' kav the iturdy coo t I0-... Friday and the 38.hole finals on Kuharlth of the Philadelphia
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COLLIER. COVNTY ,NfVyS( Nap'", Fle I"a. Than" A"9" t 20. I"M 9
Rumble Calls Group of Inspired AmateursBy ::0 '
china service "far, 'sli1 and the volunteers! they attract
TOM A. CLXLENLOM even a lavatory teat rover.. that the difference betweenthe
I)<>N (MA) III the ,, Overseas iVSOi; It operateson American \'oluntt'ersould young Briton goes on to The II r I III h girl, who wasente!' two organization; 1:0 most
| fur juh f ultima/ im.kr.kul. a shoestring budget in be. lust In Africa ithout their the "exciting and pro- lei thing I health if. 'Inking,
,pl'c\naIiCIIYICIIIl'IIl'Ill'Ihul 1111 unwluir 01 u profess..,,,, ,mi.o. more than 50 developing i air conditioners \itammpills s : \'e work' which the barely managed |o squeeze a ,. .
the niiialtiirHtnn <\lo it.A countries and cleansing tissues Corps Is doing In the couple of books oil tropical "
Iii tle-! |>ul>lHi/idorKm./al.on! . similar in |niiH.si! to Whlie t the :I Ji'; The Spartan dedicated of teaching and rural hygiene I li| her ,lMXK<< age *1. Sitting Record
Ill' l S. I 1'iaic (.oips, is |the|, British \',,lunlirStrxuc i Peace Corprepresents, \outh ot the VSO on the \ 10"ant,. An African clipper ship
,' oilier hand are prepared to n 0 I her \'SO'oluntt'er.. Although both, organtza. o( 1054, |hi "Lightning" is
hard nosed a\ 4 travel anywhere with only a Finch contrasts her 4-1 tions are doing I vplimteer! aId to have made the best
American pro toothbrush-or so some h luggage allowance work In developing countries, day'a .run ever recorded by I
fessionahsmthe proud Englishmen here ould scoutsThe\ the equipment of the there is little basis for it comparison sailing ship She sailed 438
SALE VSO is run hate you believe Peace Corps girl on between them, In the miles In one day for an aver.
along the inspired (urrenth. however. the same teaching: staff of a opinion of most observers age of more than 18 miles per
f f I amateur 'Inspired amateurism of the mar school Western The Peace Corps Is ,wholly hour, according to the Ency
ON lines III>1 twhich r& British Is liking some hard : g overnmt'nt.spon.ote clopaedia Brttannicac .
BackToSchoolItems the Brit, Cullen knocks not from the Amerl .\merlcan equipment" whereas VSO Is .an Independent .
School/, / ish are so lund cans but from "SOolun. two Irunkioads of prgamzation which Is = i =
The rumors) her< ore that the leers In the field kitchenware. a partly financed by the British' ;
._ _.-- ---- ----", --- government and partly by industry &
and educational/ ,rusls.
VSO has 500 volunteer In
the field at the moment and Ooug.
50 SKIRTSWere aims at increasing this number the
to 1000,, ) ( by J88S( The
Peace Corp alms to have DODGE BOYSARE
11.000 volunteers )In the field
5,98 NOW $3,98 by the end of August\ Us cur. HEREI
is |)l,1: million at
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$500000 Naples, Fla
I Were 898 NOW $5.98 Rut it is In the quality of


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Were 398 NOW $2.50 '

Were 5,98 ___ NOW $3,98 SHOES

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Dacron & Cotton Short Pajamas : LOAFERSSLIPONS r.I'l ,

Were $6.00. . NOW $4.00No .. .. .. .
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Refunds or Exchange BRITISH AND: AMERICAN: English'SO ",workers left, toll In Sarawak; while, their American counterparts labor In
Colombia right ,



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So the closest you've ever are much aster to bend in than \ :,
come to knickers li cuprl pants? tight clacks .,
. A dependable epee, responsible .
will probably them
come to
The Dor-Leu Slwp next fall because three-tier legs Paris,which likes to be obstinate family for, home prottctlnf and you bun, your_ 'f': $2.99
(one part knicker, one part knee has embraced the giant i pint every insurable threatof
sock, and the other part ankle tipper juat as American design low 1 through I planned program -
854 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH boon) are I sporting way to look. era here are settling down hap- of protection |\ur.nt*>4 ;I' Belts
Besides, even though the new pily with the invisible upper that by compsniet of unquestioned Briefcases
knickers are trimmed down, they tucks unobtrusively into ...ml financial .tr agtb. Y
trio .. .. ' Socks
'and darts. ,' r"
Along with closing up costs, 'J: 7;,:., ",<, f otIsh
the rugged steel teeth of the "
French zippers keep pantsskirts
and culottes from corning: to a
parting I of the ways.. .e lmmcACUC, Iac.Gte. Pedro's Shoes

Fur for kids little 552 hit Avsase S.wshshe.
coat are a
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pretentious, even for those whose
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t Aug, 31 Dads own most of the town Ah, Open,Friday{ 9 Saturday til 7IE
but fur linings, that's another
Next to their comfort blankets
wee ones like the soft feel of
6 Y fur pelts best of all. Mother
$15.95 Likes It because it's warm. And
sine small pieces of Inexpensive -
skins may be utilized Inside
Dad like It because It Is Garner
Bass Penny LoaferFor comparatively cheap.

I Real fur In white lamb or kit

Dress-up or Casual WearThe fox can be had for less than $100
and fake fur of a dozen varietiesfor
shoe that adapts to anything in your campus wardrobe half of that.

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own Bass quality shoes completely hand-sewn throughout .
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the tendency of wool to pill.
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i as w.1as\ woml'n' duuu,
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WAY DOWN! $3.8 Billion

Divided Up For


portlonment of $3.8 billion
among the states to continue the i aa
64 CHEVROLETS national highway program in
the fiscal year starting July 1,
1961 was announced today by / 4 I it
the Commerce Department.The .
(VARIOUS MODELS) apportionment Includes

$2.8 billion for the 41.000.mlle
interstate systemacheduledforcompletion
In 1(72.
The remaining billion Is(or
TO MAKE ROOM for the so-called ABC program

'65 MODELS DUE IN SOON! and which ondary repair Involves systems of primary the and construction their and urban sec. iIn = : ,.': ,1 :;'..t,, iiii:

extension !! !
When completed, Interstate '_: : ,:' ,>..':
system WIll comprise slightly
BIG DISCOUNTS more than I per cent of the to.
tal U. S. road and street mile
cent age and of the will nation's carry over traffic.20 per We're SELLING OUT to make room for the '65 models! Makeus

The apportionment gave FlorIda an offer!
$22,271,109 In ABC funds and
BANK RATE FINANCING $37,926,750 In Interstate aid

36 They've gotta go so choose yours now! Be cool tonight .
SYDNEY (AP) A utility install yourself and save even morelYou'll !
truck was parked in the street

INGRAM CHEVROLET hsndbrske Storm clouds on end gathered in sear. over- never get Carrier for less e. see MS today!

held. Then came three ..rUIthLlnderclapa Only "A Fe." U..lt. L,ft.
MI 2-3105
130. thSlN. .so loud that houses
shook and windows r. lled. The West Coast Heating & Cooling, Inc.
utility truck ala.d'\o run downhill
and kept |om| for 200
yards until it hit another vehicle!
2072 Davis Boulevard Ml\ ?-2SSS
tiilny owner T. OTJes said
i.- he believed the thunder knockedhis
( M car out of sear and released 1 t
the handbrake, 'T'" J Jungle

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10 COLLIn, COUNTY NEWS, N.PIM. Fiori! ,,.. Thur. Autua20. ItM Few In Dixie Dramatic Concept Welcome Mat

Turn To Private Out Today For

Weather Elsewhere Club SubterfugeATLANTA The School Of Tomorrow'ARCHITECT'S New TeachersThirty

High Low"".
'. Albany, cloudy II 49 Philadelphia, clear 79 SI one teachers, new to
Albuquerque, cloudy 92 65 .05 Phoenix, clear 103.1 small percentage, Ga. (AP of)business- Onlya the public schools of Naples this

Atlanta, clear 86 66 Pittsburgh, clear 69 48 e. in the South have turned Into year are Betting the red car.
Bismarck, cloudy 100 55 PUnd, Me., clear 74 51 private clubs to avoid Integra pet treatment today In a "Wel.
Boise, cloudy 70 48 Ptlnd, Ore., clear 70 52 tlon since enactment of the civil v sre1 come to Naples" project ipon.
Boston, clear 71 56 Rapid City, cloudy 94 45 rights law el cored annually by Mr. and Mrs.
Buffalo, clear 67 52 ,01 Richmond, clear 78 58 An Associated Press n .A,.} tM E11111RY Ad Miller.
Chicago, clear 81 66 St. Louis, cloudy 94 71 scattered instances of The teachers boarded a bus
Cincinnati, clear 83 59 Salt Lk. City, clear 73 41 restaurants and hotel at the Junior High School at
Cleveland, cloudy 68 53 San Diego, cloudy 83 66 changing to restricted member- : 1 p.m. for a tour of the Naples
Denver, cloudy 90 53 San Fran., cloudy 80 60 I area A trip through the Carib.
hips as a means of keeping out h
Dee Moines, cloudy 91 70 Seattle, clear 67 54 Negroes i bean Gardens which Included a

Detroit, rain 73 60 .02 Tampa, cloudy 91 77 ,10 '" Mississippi 11 **..II''Shave : :' 111 e e s't special bird show, was a high.
Fairbanks, rain 65 51 .03 Washington, clear 80 56 been Issued light of the bus tour. Joel
private club
Fort Worth, clear 97 75 Winnipeg, cloudy 79 61 charters by the secretary 01 I tan. 'l 111 Kuperberg conducted the Gar
Helena 42 .87 dents tour.
cloudy 57 state
since the new law was
Honolulu, cloudy 86 74 signed by President Johnson Capt. John late of Naples Air
Indianapolis, clear 82 62 Attorney Sues last July 2. lines arranged a "Naples from
Jacksonville, clear 84 73 .70 the air tour" and the teachers
1f I took Negro customers, I
Juneau, rain 55 49 .04 Says Cop's Ring would go out of business," ex. added a bird's eye view of the
Kansas City, cloudy 92 76 area to other points of Interest
planned one businessman 1f Ididn't
Los Angeles, clear 86 64 Nicked Windshield I would be In trouble viewed on the bus tour.
Los Angeles, clear 86 64 with I the government. This way This evening beginning at
Louisville, clear 86 60 INDIANAPOLIS, ind. (Ap) -'the club selects its members 6:30 o'clock, the teachers will
Memphis, cloudy 87 68 Attorney Joseph Woods has filed and we avoid trouble." be guests of the Millers at a re.

Miami, cloudy 92 77 a $123 damage claim against the In Jackson, Miss., the RobertE. ceptlon and dinner to be .held
Milwaukee, cloudy 71 63 city charging a policeman Lee Hotel obtained a private at the Piccadilly Pub.
Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 85 63 scratched his auto while writing renderingof Among those invited to at.
club charter but has not dls.
New Orleans, clear 87 70 1.96 out a traffic ticket. closed details of its the "School of Tomor- tend and to officially welcomethe
New York, clear 79 57 Woods said a ring worn by patrolman as .private club Operation row," focal point of the new teachers to Naples will

Okla. City, cloudy 92 76 William Clark nickedhis after the civil rights law shortly was Hall of Education at be Mayor Archie Turner, Su.
Omaha, rain 85 69 .04 windshield. enacted.Complete the 1964.65 New York perlntenctent of Schools WD Rey.

World's Fair. The structure nolds and members of the Coun.

?rrwaaeeelHMeajisIckt shown right, envi- ty School Board. Board memo
bers are: Leo Chlckertng, chair
sioned for the Year 2000as t
x man; Mrs.Sara Jones,vie.chair.
a Regional Center con

: : Line of taining year.l ound facilities ..rawwn. Snyder man; and, E.members George Dr.Rogers Kenneth and

i" for cultural educational Philip Crews.

,, SCHOOL SUPPLIES and recreational ac- Other! guests will Include Gene

tivities for all age groups, J Y. Turner president of the First

Is represented by a 3/16" Vf National Bank and Mrs. Tur.
'tIJDI NOTE BOOK PAPERS BINDERS scale model, 9 feet high ner; Mrs. Mamie Tooke, president .

BALL POINT PENS AT ALL PRICES and 15 feet in diameter. -1 flifrlOaww and of the Bank of Naples; Mr.
Mrs. C.A. Brooks, Mr. and
A Demonstration Center
Paper Mat Mrs. Frank Ken lean; Mr. and
Q Shaeffer cartridge fountain pensSpecial above, closely linked to r e ar- earth NI Mrs. Joel Kuperberg; ; and Capt.
the model display, features and Mrs. John Zate.
flU I 9c ball point pent, perfect a presentation of to
for school 19c Penal day's most advanced edu- CALL THE NEWS FOR

CRAYONS f PENCILS: RULERS cation concepts and learn- Lr.Ge l.. alrm N RUBBER STAMP
ing facilities plus projected 1"yrsyieRs a ea..r ,Yaw..ra
21st Century tech

niques.The mII

In Naples
"School of Tomorrow",

Soon we're going to hart a beautiful m focal point of the Hall of Education ''I I alEfIJ r T#, serve *U y
the 1964-65 New York *
d b new road In front of our store, but In Happy JEEI Ow
World Fair Is a presentationof (
j the meantime, don't be discouraged by education as envisioned for Sale*, Part*, Sft
1 the Hunt and the heavy equipment out
the Year 2000. It Includes a
front! 'Uu CAN get through to Naples p. 3/16" scale model 9 feet high cess the learning process ly with two-way audio and visual U portrayed in the Hall ot

Shopping Plaia. JUlit drive lowly and and 15 feet In diameter and a the other being a Home Learning communications permit Education. Presumably, the

look for the entrance, rroeaingthe road r closely linked Demonstration Console or "study sphere", basic learning in the home. "at home" activities will take

now under construction.Stock ( Center In which today'smost which is dramatized In the Demonstration These machines (a mock-up of place during the morning while
advanced education Center a "study sphere" will be in the father is away at his hypo- see
Up Now and facilities con the Demonstration Center) will thetical four-hour workday.
cepts learning
GENERAL BACKGROUNDThe be completely movable and,like Upon return home In the afternoon
Leave Film Here. Get another roll plus 21st Century projectionsare
educational and architectural most of today's appliances can the family will go as a
Complete stock of Drug needs, everythingfrom The model features a cultural concepts for the Schoolof be simply plugged in and used unit to the Regional Center.

First Aid Supplies to Hair rollers and educational and recreational Tomorrow evolved during a anywhere In the home. They may travel by one of
head band series of seminars held in the The parents spending more several different means of
center, functioning as a
Valley Stream offices of Frederic time at home with their child transportation in cars, helicopter
completely Integrated complex
provide these needs for : P. Wledersum Associates ren, will play a vital role In.. or by mass transport
fo atH Architects Engineers of this ideal learning situation. facilities The architects for t
DRUGSNaples age groups within a given geographical New York City and Trenton While the child works at his purposes of the exhibit did not

BARKER The area. depicted In New Jersey who planned the learning machine the parent go into a study of transportation
Plaza center as Hall of Education for International will act as tutor, helping and from home to the center.
Shopping the display, is one of two basic:
Fair Consultants, Inc. the child's Rather, they concerned them '
supervising activities 'r Iii
in the
1708 East Tamlaml Trail components learning pro- a
At these meetings betweenthe Parents themselves will selves with the problems of

architects and members of also use the console In this transportation at and within the

their staff IFC officials and a great expansion of adult education center, which would mostly Involve

group of distinguished educators vertical transportation

current educational Including a system of spiral
sociological and technologicaltrends TYPICAL DAYA ramps moving at different
were analyzed and pro typical schoolday in the speeds.

gr WELCOMETo jections were made of different Year 2000, not only for the This concept of learning at
aspects of future civilization. child but also for his family the center concerns Itself with

The major determination at all the "do it" activities which

these seminars was that education cannot be done at home becauseof
in the Year 2000 is likely Florida Solons physical equipment require

to be a combination of activities ments or the need for an In Join the fun. .
All taking place in the home and Split 7 To 5 In structor's personal assistance. *

in a cultural educational and After arrival at the center

recreational center. Tuck Bill Vote each member of the family will phone
One of the reasons for his either engage in a highly specialized

mw hypothesis was the advent of the WASHINGTON (AP) seven learning activity or par North Key Largo
shorter work week alreadywith Florida members of the House ticipate in cultural or recreational
TEACHERS us in some industries voted for the bill passed Wed. programs either Individually "

which may eventually see a nesday to remove Jurisdictionover or as part of a group. 1"

1 workday averaging four hours. state legislative reappor. Perhaps students, young and It's the distinctive telephone
/ Thus, more free time particularly tlonment from federal courts old, will spend a short time at number of the Ocean Reel Inn
for adults, would permit The remaining five membersopposed individual instruction enjoy and Yacht Club In the world-
'f/ '- the measure, which famous Florida' Keys _NorthKey
Of parents to spend more time ing personal contact with educators
passed 218 to 175. The vote was Largo, la be cast.eeeeeeeee
with their children. whom they had seen and
not along party lines as the
Also, the idea that educationwill state's two Republican mem. spoken to all year long only
become an almost completely bers split on the Issue. by the process of remote contact Why rVel Bn/." The New And
tu '
urloui/y B.p.nd.d 1'
non-graded lifetime activity Voting for the bill Charles through their Home Learn
) .
tlllUt Now A .11."'* rfi.,.'
v / COLLIERCOUNTY from birth to death Bennett of Jacksonville Don ing Console. Or,they may participate ----

wll afford people the opportunity Fuqua of Altha, James Haley of with others in group Juan AIOUT two PIS.ntMOuea
to turn more of this free Sarasota, Syd Herlong of Lees. instruction which, like today's OP O"IVINO' Nita OveYou. ,
time to profitable pursuits of burg, D, R. Matthews of "team teaching" techniques, A COMPLTI CHAOIOI o.5CSN1NY .
education or selfimprovementIn Gainesville, Robert Sikes of will free other educators at PLUn was, I..LA"O.
Crestview, Democrats; and Ed the for 10. ATT"ACTIVI LOOOINO
a healthy climate of learn center more personal
Gurney of Orlando, Republican. ANO "IC"IATIONAL PCllvita I-
ing whether at home or at Individualized contacts. FOB A DdlOHTrui'
Opposing) Dante Fascell of 'AMIIT -
the center. Miami Sam Gibbons of Tampa, Again, perhaps the family HOUOAV-ANO DON'T
The tremendous progress in Claude Pepper of Miami Paul will share the experience of PCS ABOUT MOSQUITO, !!.

electronics, with a completelynew Rogers of Fort Lauderdale, listening to a concert watchinga at TMf'", ISA AflCA AND IS |LAND.r>'Alfr.O FROM,,"

From range teaching machinesand Democrats; and Wll lam Cram.er theatrical performance or

teaching techniques all of St. Petersburg, Republi. attending a cultural exhibit. Cn/op/ .eJftnjt d..p-... llmtfintf
of which can be used remote can. These exhibits, similar to whatis in the Gull Sfmim. thnllmtban
It thing on (" II flu llhalmcr
being done today by severalof .meianiip toll cu.., fine
food end &.....,... .wlrnminf.urmrne .
our museums may change ''' 0'... bottom
frequently as they travel from bane at >*M rfmnf.,..01,,,,,,,.
THE BANK a, ,". nerfon'a only und.ra.eeCorel
OF NAPLES center Thus to the center center will be a beiinnin perk -ol end II.IIt.::: only of/ired.III*

comprehensive entity offer-
Ing the opportunity to learn, 011 YACHTELS AVAILABLE
to experience and to share In

We hope believe the opportunity of meeting all of you personally. We Invite cultural virtually fields all educational known to mankind and President Call BOB, TRIER Ratart,(JR.farmerU Vice

of Naples) at North Key

to visit our bank and all of Large NO. 1 and moke res.ervetlons. .
you use any or our complete banking services OR write ta him
The earliest Swahili literature
BUY WHAT YOU NEED vat .written in Arabic: script, and
the Roman alphabet was not successfully :- OCEANJREEFBan
WHEN YOU applied to Swani until
OF late in the 19th Century. NN, North Kay Largo, f I..

cash from G-A-Cl! What's more,
It'. as easy a* A-B C to get
795 Fifth Avenue, South you may repay gradually on terms to suit your pocketbook

w .a.
Naples, Florida IE
leant iJlji te $600
Midway 2-2171 JUST MCCCIVCDlictllenl
steck N uu. Nike furniture
equipment. en4 meehlnee, .. tremeneeua



*1'e Naple. Florid. . Telephone Midway <.Sl.7 Silt Aft. Kn. MI Z.ZtUf
Crowing with Naples and Collier County sine 1949

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homily Audit PUBLIC NOTICE


NOTICE .n ",',rby s..von Ih..1 'h.
Seal" Board 01 Edun"001 o. CIa,
'Incredibly Low'-Burch ,d.. ...,It oIl 'a' 'al. .,,,d It., ,'"r NOTICE OF BOND tALC _
competitive' MDulling lied b.<1. lor Slab' I" 000.000 _
Lea*. I", u I ... '''''ph". _
tall and/or brine. covrrint the ... S\l\. 10 REHl
..,v.d mterett in In* underlying EVERGLADES PARKWAY REVENUE BONDS TO BUY 10

\\ 4SHINGTONP) i H... I I" (.011.1 while hel'i husband' petroleum and petroleum product NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the Florida Development Com
Said uid State Board ol Education
l'ub' ,w.11I, Nationil i'It I: mm \ 5." uptime' $409,730 III Hilait by ol Florid* n the followingdetcnbed I nss'ec O' Floda ...,11 '.ce,.. sealed b.dn thr 011,CO o' the 'lORO,

[)t>iii Buriti. tnclii .lies |ii lt, ;?,. ml. land in the C 000lro, ol DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION ROOM 510 Itll WEST GAINES' STREE'
Johnson expenses. The lannh inter Collier and Handry Florid to wit TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA up be 'ho SOurs I East.,. Sla"daa
President .
\\I H'5 mil est III the broadc-ant Ing company| Section I*. Two US. R,. 21E Time, Auautl Jl IRA lee the \&U< :II7000PMO ol FLoRIDA OEVELOPMENT
hl umilv tluuj was valued at MO Mendry CountSecI'sn
$2,543,838. rr"t-"p- BONDS
uuiitinta Bay ami tIt Re.I 46 S R itS. :
Ui arriving at the
intend to make figures the MO 'f..iUI er County Said Ponds the be ittued in coupon term ,n denomination ol IS Off
am a II S ?tE
I)ublli auditors fixed the value of real SKtion Rgi each to ba dated December I I. I Ml. to ri rag,ttrabla at to principal I
''Mue of how the llrstUnill 540 cr. Collier County to b.., .,.., at I1EWA
camp* estate held by the Johnsons at Section I r*. Twp 45 S Re 30 only n. ouprettod m multiplat ono eighth (I/O or one ,
accumulated Its wviith.Buich I..n".h I 1/10'' d. one ..., conIum bal n. 'nescess o. Use olalulaoate
( > cost, less deputation for the E. GIG ic.ru Collor County ol t par ..turn cSHI par wIN no greater differencemterett '
Said, Sltte Botrd ol Education t'Florod. nr.'i.
who was lundpli ked iinptuvenients, on tlut land. hat determined that thilaata Ihan toe p.' c.otuon 2I b.lo..n heal and lewest reles o
COP named No bidi, for latt than all of sad 117 000.000 Sands oro'tarins
presidential 1
(or hiS Job Hasklns and Sells said I In,, a shall. require royalty I paymanttol lo pay less than" pat ana accrual! niaratt will ba contidarad 2-2107
"nomine Bartj Goldwater told letter to the President on* ai hth in kind or in vilut taroil The Boom will ba ewardad to lha b'd derhoe bid proJucat the lowattntaratt Midway
that the and product from sad 'landt ;
conferenceVednes gat coal .'(.. daductins, tha premIum o' a new general.ly :I'o: INS premium f any will not ba contidartd it daduitibia m datarm
the accounting firm's I br.n.n ., 1
that esti. aicepted auditing 'nglheontnb .slnoa I Indoten.n.nSth.netnInr.alcmtntereot
stan produced from saId blindndn :
will I toa computad to tht ratpactiva maturity tfatat Irom lha lint; Ilili!
mite of the weiltli it dards." But It added that the annual rantal ol Ont Dollar ill snt) day ol June .lose. 'nt erealceo on 01\ datad Juna I. l 1964. liavins baan 1 l '

$404,098 was "1m'redibh i tOil ." amounts Hated lor holdings In par net )minertl abova. sure U'. .for fl"uslrsfll tha araadatcribci .I ramovad F,va i SI ill e,00Irales ol ,n,.,,,t may ba namad lor ...d

The counting was nude at the broadcasting corporation to Chn'",. as fiva parcant (iSi> of ol Bonds intaratt and. it providad shall, not that N.necosaar all Bonds that maturing an" Sends on the bear tame tha data tamo tnail rata I .Announcement 13-Help Want. Female 48-Apt. For Rent

.Johnson's request and the i'e. ranch properties and real estateoutside ennu-l 1 r.nt.l nlt.r INs (nt Near INs tama rata ol ,n..,.nt A npaatad rata ol ,n..,... than not ba
Lena will that
two '
years .qu" contidared Rata ot ... Div wiak or
released the a CII eentr.I.efnteres I nit' based upon INs tucanciat
port was by White of Texas "are not in. moo. shall commanca and com uta ol tpltt 0' tupplamantal intaratt toupont will, net ba contidaradTha Vfiu'" Houuty Mon Espr.irncrd I.he 10' tat Month IRIS MOTELI' MI

House.Burih. tended to Indicate the values Plata optrationi for INS drilling oft Committion, ratarvat INc r.ght to datarmma who it lha successful 1011lh St South y 0% 'ate Call 22101 srMl hiSS
complained that laid ona lout wall within tha bdder and '. .. any elI' b.da All .1,1 oroots hall No paCaNlo 5pm, Cornar ol lOIN Aol S., 4156; o"i'flit .hODI./i Ifi ________
assets lirtt too and half
that might be realized If the In. ona years panodol annie Ily en the frst Io'd of June and of Decn.nber, sad, Bands Inbe ills ..,..,. MI' .6' I/O 110 1100
were listed on the Dials of cost vestments were sold." INs ttrm ol lbs loans: all woos Issued as .0110..... 1/" If ' I APAI'I C ADlIL' l.mIr Ii'u'ni Corn I bdm apIs EIIc.n
to b. drillad to a dapth ol 700fatt .. .
, '" ,.""" "H *. do"." 'irs TV Air" Con I.' bIll
to the Johnsons lie said this A week ago the Valley Na. or to tha top ol INs Lower Cslscsous Serial Bondt in lha principal, amount ol II\?.HOC 000 and to mature "', I" h,.,,"'i0 .....m." a 5.50 AaO to MI 2 ltl) 5/0 l"
was "like listing the value of tional Bank whichtvar., .it lower TI,. annually in numarical order. lowatl numbers tint, on lha lint day olDacambar 3BoatMotori Acces. Mutt bu .>hle to I/PC wall *ndwrite
Phoenix Ariz., re. primary tarn ol bIte ,bops will ba el earn pear in principal arneuntt at follewa.MuturIy : pi.aIy and: accuratelyPr
Manhattan Island at $24. He ported the wealth of COP presl.dentlal live (S) I -r i.V'iy,, *n.P.ri.oCecSIsiChIc .' lfCC'ROlMul'7 ""'f UANISHfO,
b.r.n. "IH I'P1 ArRf I M.
Data. Amount Dale Amount
The shall Maturity
Insisted the fair market value nominee Barry Coldwat.ei d. a Cash c b.,n"d."onk on IN.baeas WI $ ito 000 HUD | flu 090 tuna If toot hardtop r.hrli: ; 5in.' l bid"lNhi'I nql ..V'I >l thf full par I .'9tU 6, IZ If

ought to be the basis for assess. .11 d his wife at $1.7 million. the I..... tha amount of 19(1 110 COO lId IMJOOO Craft Sat. SKiff to, shy lwl'5,.. l 55 gutlay.t "p.motort .. |1"me n \cal. WnKi. Kptludo('dir, ConIc

me the faintly wealth. which, cast contidarat.on shall 1970 ItOOOO 1912 110000 ship H. c', Ibis 171A i' cia tl
lathomatar TIDE APTS
bunkt ttanduphnd EBB:
mcluda otlar 01 rantal for tha tint 1971 HO 000 I9S] Iso 000 :
Some published reports ii.we year t tha ,,'tes staled abova 197t (70000 Hl 970000 Excellent ro idit" ,on Phone Walkly Monthly SaatonModarn
placed the Johnson tannh i PricesAttractive Copy :, tha ,lease form it availabla lets 110000 !9Si I 010 000 > lt1 atti-r 7 pm S/l 11 M 14-Help W.nt.d Male furnished alfic.anciatft

Poultry for intpection ,n INn S.... Land bIll JlO 000 I9SS I 060 tao P loot barglitt' boat with. MNP badruom apttKaiiy
worth as high as $14 million! Olhca. Elliot Bu Idmg. T.1I.h...... ills 450000 lId I ion non angina 01 urr,cans 4railar. Rd. E:: NaplatSAW
contending the market value "i t Florida TN. tuccettful' biddar 1"1 MO 000 till I ISO 000 lull top and tda' curl.ir.li' for CAPABLE ADULT mnl.. wIll, P/elf.
At will N. raquirad la pay all coittot tIll 170000 lISt 1700000 tala or f'adp (alKIli or goad 'of s'.o..c.'c whu Na. .bii.Iy,
the Johnson holdings far ex, <'ed ad c.rI.s.05.1 of. thit' notica. All 1971 (40 000 1990 I 0 stIll 5,10 tO 10 l'i v.i Ihr Ilillfw ,,nni. usia o' Ii...
their book value. bds mull b. .ccomp.n..d by cer.Iot.d 1979 ItOOOO lOll ..m.gggbO'hT Mit: 'br good 01 Ivorwnlt .E SHORES AITS.49Houtet .
C..h.r' Chad i" wiiTwth
or !neO p.y' peopieiul
Burch said he foul\llt( l pec ull. Most MarketsTake able to tha S,.,. Board ol Education Bonds ol laid Ol" maturing In the years 19(1 through I 1971, 12-Help WantedAuo7iVkH.itM I' '" H..prLl| for jicurm MI 741StCdlv Av.
ol Florida for tha lull amount mclutiva' shall ba radaamable prior to thair stated datat elmaturity f.11 I ...' gub Wi 'Ir ColinCu.inlv Road end A.u
ar thai "the bulk of the fortune of tha cath contidtration olfaradat Th. Sends ol ..,d ittue maturing: in IN e.r. tell lo 1191. bothmclutiva >. mXtmnr O4wv Bun IIJA''.'

was made In areas subject to fher ba.Sealed : shall ba radaamabla prior to thair ttatad. d.ltt ol maturity louIs capable ol handli'11 proulraadmg H IK :1Camrma' For Rent
a on a fryer this bidt m.y ba lisA, ,It tha In whole or in part at the option el the Committoi. en December I. datk on full tiiIl bat.t
government regulation" over a weekend; poultry prices are 5,.,. Land Offica, Elliot IL Idmg. 1971, er en any intaratt payment; elate tharaattar' at the price ol par Mutt ba tttady guud ... .;.. alnpper Top
and accrue intarett, plus the lollowms aftpreitad in parcantFour q".y. wolb .tenure 1''''''. I Dorm lurmthad or unfurnithrd
premiums .
period when he said Johnson attractive at Tallahaitaa. Florid. m id/i.-ca of fcnow paltmg uid WOIN, ."""y
the .
very many tha tala data here,,'. ', rvtsled. eSes o. Ih. "nc'p.1 ....ountatlauc It Bonda' mills, asuia,.- Wuli ('011,., rent pout'on Write or call houta with carport onKiv.iU
ai making an average of $12 nation's groceries .... Mr Hartford Naples Pruning atlita Tall Andarun,
or may ba pres.o led to the Board par con'u' 14..1 Sf .d..m.d on Doc.mbor I. 1.71. 0' on enyIrlorest County N > Ci' IMA 11 Co Niplat Florida MI 2 Mil l/ .IIDlrlily
000 a year In public serviie. One national chain tags whole .1 thair mauling on sad, c ata In payment dale Ihereafter. to and ,lnclud.nf, Decamber I. 1111.Th. 1110 ZtFy11 .
td vance of tha opaning of tha bidt Napirs Mo"o' 7 bedroom CO""
Observing that "a public offl. broller.fryers at 29 tents a Tha bidt will ... and half If 13-Help Want. Famal.S .
sealed ba opanad and on. p" Canton C l34 'I) .d..m.d on Jun. I. 1911. 0'fo" lurnithrd I'i par month
cer must avoid not only evil but pound In its New York area read at tha ", ..IIn. of lha ..,d 'n.....' p.y..n' dale Ih..11., to and nclud.ng December ,n o.l I.".. holp ,nqu" ,"ornhod, |f.O Tall 10 to i.
Board ol Educition on SeptembarII 1;7r; acr.lar y ualh leaf aluto e. flay S.dgr P. pil, 1 1005 SIN '!:
the appearance of evil he said outlets. Good thorthind 5musS. Ace S..u'h III' 11 --- --
1964 at 9 00 A M (E ST.) intha perienne
the Republicans want to know A 5 per cent boost In market. Board Room ol tha Governor'sOllice Three p" c.nlum IJ'lU' If .d..m.d 0" Jun. I. ,,,1. 0' a" eve Inl..1Two" (alary o|>an lor ,nlor'view Want Survty InttrumaM mpnd ." V. op hoe .snoth.r I S.d'nor
data thereafter, to end Including Decimbar I. 1979. Ban
In tha Slate Capitol Building wnta IMC A tl. Col- ,, Nosp I ornon I fu.n..hod.CI .
whether there was any "in. big toward an annual output of Tallahattia. Florida Said end one half pur centum '(JvHK Of redaamed on Juno / 1910. oren lc r County News. Naplat. f la. : 'Chan 'man far"C long.loon Milar 'V Cabla Sill

fluence aired In the govern 320 million birds, Is making tills Board reserves the .I.hl.. to reject any Intarait payment,date. ,thereafter. : to and Including' December 1 ,. Pinaland H W Watkint, MI

mint regulated field." an especially Inviting main any BY ORDER and all bidt.of tha .!.tg1 loard, of '. . \$ !i0 1// I I I I \. V' { \ l 'l' \ ,', .1 \ \ l' far.! tll'm MOOt I/I tl

The accounting firm of Mask. course. Education ol florid. on' AuUM TV.' ee un"ilrl !d""' iW ,.d..J. en oJijni( \. itar: 0ti,, .nllni.;... ct h'OsJijTt.Tl'5' IltIoiiib Ji lo \\l7D 11th STREET NORTH

II, 1964 payment date thereafter to end Including December I. 1911; 'I.n Lu.indC utinoit Mu l hrrirnom 7 bith iv ilnbla al
Ins and Sells, directed by the Baking hens and turkeys are FARRIS BRYANT Printing be .. wiiiii5,,, ...... tar and w* it imir 1110 Lttt ; S/li I, It IfOuosl
President July 7 to make an au. spottily featured as competitive Covarnor On. and one half per...lam tiNll" ) II radaamad an Juna I. 1911 oron East End' of Central Av. 1.1 ....df y.... .,oo.nd work awantad .
Attest Intarait payment dls tharaaftar, to and including, Dacambar'JIM. I tMI f/Il I , ... .
: .11",1 h. lur .d.1 .
t / h...... fop ,.n'. Bad
dlt, reported that on July 31 poultry offerings but the em. I
Thomas D. Bailey, 10 551 pare".,y pOIO'on ,in uNilI'm. I 0501 i vmplelaly lun..h.d ail
Johnson Mrs. Johnson and their phasls Is on fryers. Secretary One p.rcen lam 11%) If rsde.med en June I, Itse, or on en AppiI .1' Pulho. u Lao" 1041 1 ',681 ale c II

two daughters, Lynda Bird and Beef continues to be a good Aug Stale tO.Board 27. Sapt ol Education 3. 10 1964 *2S! payment date Ihoreabter, te end IncludIng, December I, itIl 7'1 d's cue II

Lun Batnes, had assets of $3, buy, however, with brisket One half o. one per centans (64' ,) If od..m.d on june I. U" 0' sosnySOerost ATTENTION Mon Lawyard ', mainlnancr 50-Roomt For Rent

682,770 and llabllitiesof$198,872 chink and rib roasts and ground loupes grapes, nectarines, I. payment date Ih....".'. to and hcludln December and work En : Cy'trh .
but not .. lv ii.'i.i' 'u. ", SilIl, l'i'btr
This placed their net worth at beef among the feature attrac. peaches plums and watermel. Without t t. ,$ Propart MamlanancaRetired b.olh I .11 MI 11\1 m I' "ii
premium on June or thiretftir.Tha YOUNG ;
3484098. tions. ons. t9tO I, il Snuth 1/19 It
Ponds If tail than ill ba redeemable 'In tho Inverse order
Most of the Johnson holdingswere In pork the top buys seem 51-Wanted To RentoyiewsN.s0orlb.doam5.
el their maturit.it and by lot within maturltiaileatt or ..m, ratirad man
In the name of his wife to be loins roasts hams wanted loi ralail paint ttora
spare. .
NecklacesThe No"eo 0' such plo .d.mp"on shall b. publi.h.d .1 least once et BOYS Full (. .
or work
part lime
Lady Bird. She had a net worthof ribs, sausage and bacon. thirty (30)) days prior' to tha redemption data In o financial, paperpubhthad Ciparioncc nicatiary (and rti 1 bel hsa.cOn dlion.d, Profol.

$2,126,298 compared with At vegetable counters chief Stone Age gave birthto In tha City ol New York uma to Coll.or: County Now unlun..h.d. osat aull v... ,

for the attractions Include the practice of wearing objects The principal 1 ol and Intarett Bonds will' be payable at ThaFlorida AGES 1M1 Sin 1717 A I5 11111 I.o.slap. 1.1.5 OcIvWr -- Rrf
$378.081 president. LyndaSird' green beans, : fl n:711'j': ,. ... ,.., ro..t' P O. Sue 101,
National Bank ,, Florida the
or at
around the neck before 5/20 SI.
net worth was $490,141 cabbage, carrots, celery, let. oo"on of the hold... .1 The Chaea M.nh..n Sank Now Verb Now 16HelpAv.iliblPontion Nanle.

and Lucl Baine.' $498,578. tuce, peas peppers, squash, was worked to make Vok. 'h. pevm.nl o' "d Conda and Ihe In'1I1 Ih..on mill' be THECOLLIER
tOld and before the use of ..cu.d Nv a plld.. o' Iha ..n'.', to be donned from e t.eoaa Purchase 53-liitingt Wanted
sweet onions winlesS neal
The audit showed that during corn, potatoesand Agr.emsnl esecu 1.4 Nv IN. FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMIMION' lovable' for by par.
the tomatoes. was known according at Lattor. with I the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA. as couple motal "man ,..
last 10 years Mr. Johnsonhad 6S unit H 'v "" 'u' <. rnH horn.oil .
drawn $570,856 In salary as Fruit selection Is ample and to the Encyclopaedia Britan. L....., said .rental contciting. in each peer ol the at tollt. at dal.ned COUNTY mold .n'c"o :..manaiing. b In Said laaia Purchase from Pro
Agreamant derived lha epamtion ol tha ratorl only Wnta Buil'ir tflti I 'SI. UII ill.,' TrIll ./ Hill
an officer of Texas Broadcast. varied Including apples canta. nica. :led:1' < uncommitted' Broward County ecahty. par cant (SOU c ,) surplus Sal.' All Colliar County New'
line lundt, at defined, In said, Laate Purchase Agreement and all I tha 1/10 "
Collier, County eighty per cent In laid, Laaia Agriamint, accrulnR In each ecu to the
Slate Road Department of c'o"d: lor via In Broward and Collie Countlairatpactivaly 18-lnvttlmont
: sods the provinons' ol Section II ol Article, IX ol the Con. NORTH Ndlilrv Small. C.
ttitution. ol the Stata of Florida, lit the en anne' provided, In said' ...olu. NERDS ROUTE I'ltd ? sIn,. rSr, I yaar old
lion By the tarmi ol faction II of Article IX. the Lagitlatura ol the W..d per ,vr boon 0' .nm." he,.tic and bad i "urn Apt renlalNiCe
State ol Florida ,it raquirad to tontinua the levy ol tha two cantt ...olon. detirout of excellent reluin .n law ami hidga 100
lao provided for In laid Saction II of Article' IX for a p.riod ol tittyyaari CARRIERS III.,' iiivrtlmenl Invettment itel lures Hood Palm .,... Only
from January I. 1(43 and Ii prohibited, Iron withdrawing. INc waIl. nunaend profilable, chain Svnoo dow"contactDawoy
proceadi thereof front tha operation, ol laid constitutional rso.on during Frinchited Automnbila :
laid period Said B ondsar. to ba 1 litued te Imanca the Lost ol She located in North Carolina Polly RarityBranch ,
C onIrc lion, of a parkwav o.o.el, In Broward and Collier, Countiai toba 1 SEoR cALt. Fiorda toil S's Three Ch'f' COlic. .r
known n EVERGLADE PARKWAV PROJECT 6nd p ; Corp. and General Napla Park
) Minimum Invetlmanl' .7410 0' S 714' ,..",""%
Under the fern of laid Laata Purchite Agreamant' the STATE ROAD i ISO'600 WriIs eo till Alt, ,
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA rial covenanted that: It will take ever the MR. DAVE; IIEHMANSONat Coil,., f'n..nly: Niwt' S/lt M J Sdrm 2 both .1. 11m. a.porl
Hm Span.m
control managamant. end mains enanc. of the project aa a part of Ih. i ulI"f
Mate lyitam ol roads after completion, of laid ",ooe', and aaraatthat .. In b..u"'ul So.n'o Our
21-Ui. & Found Owoer t..n..d. I.
lha coil thereof shall be paid from funds cuttomarlly available d.n. , Sui
for ascII pu'"", ." In the manner provided In laid resolution, callant' Cond I ion Opan ISON '
the Lone I loud gold I lie Clasp day t Canbbaan Raalty
Intarsut I. .sempl. I" opl"lon 01 c 000sa I. from all p..nl .d..1 markad Curt Kaytar Finder Trul Ml tNt'S l/< th. tf

Income Iaaes In the oolnlon o. counnl I, thaue Ponds and 'h. coupons laatocontiil Dt Curl Kiytar. - lloAY VACHI
a % a4rOdhdfftI wppu..n.n' Ih..o h.v. all Ihs gualll.aO and locid.ntnofneeiaNIe' Fo Palm C"".. N 'i 1"",I" d Ml NmmRi i "" AOl ..

1".I'um.n' under Iha n..olo.bl In"'u".n" laws D' Ihe Stata ol florod.Eoth HEWS 1003.Ilsward "" It I . .I"'UII'' I ,,. '" ,.
bid, mutt ba accompanied bv a CASHIER er TREASURER ;;iiiTnthi; iilcl Illuvtlik hound ghborh.ir.d carpi i cit. dsrr
J .
CHECIC dram nuponan incorporated banh Or IrusI zempene' payable 10IN. ? ??,.. -r.-v.:,'
Flerda Davalopmenl CommIssIon, in a .um aqel to Iwo per canlum |lout l .m limn kit,.,. K' i iii I > ,
(8t ol the parva I,.. 01 Bonds bd for. as .vld.nu of .ood '.,'h. and 'iii l |1001', "' t4! SCW /14th
ll the luccattlul bidder shell fail, to comply promptly with tha larmtol M12.JI07PUBLIC Jawltftl l fur iiifurm.iiinii.bout A. e SO..II. H, iwin Ih Ml

hit bid tha check will. ba lorlailad to the sad, paveea. liquidated 8tf > wi "" 4t
rtamagat. The two par cantum <>') .oo4 faith, chack ol untuccattlul same.
bidden will ba returned to the bidden by .."....,od mail al the addratiItatad PRIVATE' CALL
In tha bid, or dalivarad I raoretantativa ol the bidctar Immadi.ably NOTICE 23-Mu.! For Sale NO BROKIRSdrrr
after the ..le, o. Il,. Sends 10 IN. .,ccass Cal bldd.r Tso o.d.o. ( ,nuslse II IN... badr mmujtr.
tha two nar centum, ISO' good lath. chack ot thi euccetiful biddar, PUBLIC NOTICE .' Mom in lICE MOORINGS
will. be applied to Ihe payment ol the purchate price ol laid Bond.. NOTICE IS HEREBy GIVEN that i-,5; ; .000I .nd doing room e."".. Ned and ...

which, will. ba dalivared on or about Saotambar It It( at II 00 o m at 4N. sndar.i5nad dolirln I. ansaglIn drupos .0 pards 0' m..1 iimd.liiining' carpating throughout
The Ch... Manhattan Bank Naw York N.", York or soma dNa place buS,neeua S Na lau: Florida' under a,ranan d colla" clolle. Also aicapl I badroomt Tom
to ba mutually ." ..d soon batwaan tha tuccattlul biddar and INC Florida' the nama ot ADEIIGNI. intand INre daub I. and Isa .n.l. plula, kite:tan including ,..po..'
Davaloomant Committion Full payment el the I al'.nca ol tha purchase 10 raaiilar. tha sod nama ..rtti tha panalt of draper malarial", floral ind dnhwaohar Nica tcraanaitporch
price mutt ba made. at the lima ol delivery b > thi luccattlul biddar' Clark of the Circuit' Court of Col paitarn lurquona and pavad dnvaway toddad
in Federal, funds or Immediate cash without cuI'. tha Committion, liar County. Florida' brown Also" rods and cornicat lawn Pbs,. Ml I 4104 altar
: i A No inlaratt will, be allowed on laid good laith, dapotil' JOHN ALLEN tlOTTAOKENNEV ..* al J0 lacond Ave North j P M >/?! It
; HENRY SCHHVVER or call } IllS '/11 tcfr.
Pds era desired, on forms which. wilt, be furnished bv tha undar. CONDOR McOANIEL
gnad, and anvalopat containing. bidt should have tndoriad Ih creole 'Bid SuIte (, Balch Building, .. f| '01//(.. laIIo 2 H* 58-lol For Sal.Re.deolaI .
Inr Florida Devalopmant' Commotion, Evargladit .parkway RavanuaBondt' Naples Florida Name toucha. ana II inch TV
(NEA Radio-Telephoto) Orword.wlequinalotiw rI Said Bono wlIbe ifttuad and 6t"aMnuaCan,0iiIbdPrtfeclvr
Aug ii. n. v. l.pI. i. HM inTALtAMAJStE. Lot Leal
rolrl by the Florida Development Committion ol the Stala ol Florida, (haao>> .Mlltlli S/ll tl 1l.11
I SCENE OF VIET NAM! VICTORY-Though beseieed by two battalions of guerrillas two a Slal eegencvs ...,.. o. nine m.mb.. one from ..eh o' .,.hI FLORIDA' N MARLOWE oars I 5ECK leO SIlsAul

tiny outposts at Ho My, South Viet !Nam, repelled them during a three-day battle. Picture C onerrss. .n'onol w..n'.d Districts by 01'h.Florda Gov.'no and,. a crealad Chairma by.. and loom pasfn5'h. lIsle undor atInree. NOTICE that the 26-Pertonal SoulS lb MI I 2 UZI

of the delta fortifications was taken from a helicopter, Chuplar 181. Florida Stables end purtuant to ratolulion duly adopted NOTICE Trultatt: It of riaraby tho Intarnal givan Improvamint "1I'ho

by laid Committion Ref crane. to sad Stitulas and raiolution may ba fund ol tho Stale of Florida IILtO"OLlt.IINOJOoIYMQUS
had for a more detailed., detcnption ot laid. Bondi will. oflar I orsal.an d racaivo 0"" bIer er woman. ..,'11 drmalngprabiamt BEST Buy in Rock Harbor -
Ash for halp by call Cornar lot Fill 1 >' Mica naiahbnrhnod
Tha Bandi have N.." validated' bv ludiclal' decree ol tha Circuit p.1.1.nesOa led bids fop a alila Drilling
C mple lint CAT WENT MOTORING Soil Conservation Court of lha Second Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and fur Lion County tana for 0,1, .... tulphur., "'1.ndo eye lc'dmL.: V.t.tort. card.ally City, male available
brina covinng |h. ,...,v." in p.rst 12000 cash.
Court ol Florida
which decree was affirmed by Ihe Supreme on Jun.
.. ..... Contact,
Church Annaa Ills
Intarait in lha undarNing pitrolaumand on
CALY CENTER Kan. (AP) Service To Help ll. 19(4Tha .
Of New pitrolaum I productt held by tl at SIll Ace ovary Pads and Aitociatat;

F .n' *c.bb was befuddled when approving opinion ol Mattri '...m.n. Richardtnn and Walton said, Truilaat ol tha Intarnal Improvamanl fn n'.hI.tS |0 PMMial Lucille Ottt Virgil Marcum

i i t.,und from under the On Flood Control Al,ornavua I Law. J.Ch.onvII., Florod. Ia 'h. eflecl I Nalauc N Condo Fund in tno Sob Ja.s.vDEWEY
i inning arose I.d and legally binding ohI'al.ous 0' 10. Plolde DavaiopmantCannmist described ,land In thi C rr'ill

h nit >t his, car changed from a 0',. end .f ,.qu..d a copy o. Ihe .n.crool 01.11. procoadingeinnolcod Collar Florida. 10.1' rot Jon".
Jeep WASHINGTON (AP) The wIll b. d.lov..1 Ia 'h. parch asars 01 acid Bosdo ..,''houl cherpaCop' NW ol aEU of tactien JOt Townahio ma at Virginia al Tha POLLY
quit*' purr tc an eerie wail. Then Boll Conservation Service has such epp'.n"s "pn'o" rill ba ittuad may ba 16 Soutrt, Nang Eatt. (.ov. 'Voul lirtl chanca thor
:: : : ::
hia engine began acting odd ,. duo as,... and 1964 Chrnlmat cards era toptLai .
agreed to aid the Ft. Pierce REALTY
NWU of NWH ol action (. t ordar surly
Webb checked and found that g Farms Drainage District 1 n fo furlh.r In'o.m."on. addree Son H D.ek.n.. A..on.f. Florida. Townthip 4* South Nangt J I (al. ./!> tl I...
O.v.loom.nl Conmsson Room PlO, 10' WenI G.,... 1t.I. T.II.
i ar had crawled into the engine Florida In planning watershed h...... 10rtlla Sa5d, 0 Ti oc..,.;:.. of INS lnl.rnaf 105' Cornar ol lit Ave Trail to 4Tamiaml

v mpartment. When thing* got too flood FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION pov.monl und Nate d.n.d, 33-5*rvlcea Offer.d
prevention Ml'
program, Rep. Of THE STATE 0' fLORIDA that Iho base shall ,.qu.,. rseally
1101. Ihe i at ,terked boo several' '
Edward J. Gurney, R.Fla. said B.: WENDELL JAIIRARDI" .1m.n' of ace a,f hilt In Ned .
irea in hit attempts 10 gam Chairman for oil ana lit SEA; WALLS lei Royal Harbor
value pro
Wednesday.The or in
A"UT' 5.....11 and 40 bo."".
,lands and illy 5c0,5par
ireedom. ducad Irom sad
district consists of 24,760 T W WITHE"INQTON lona Ion for tulphur, li'l' setprether coNcmtr WOOD ROCK |"V) "10% down SMI ..,m.
lbs Secretary on lot of thit typa Phone ut
Ennti from adto
acres.The. Aua 13. 19(4 .111 lands and ssanoua produced I penlabef 150 Foundation Piles today to ... thit beautiful lot

technlcal..ll.tance.: to be Pal mneral acre for he ace.dnscrib.d Contact;
par "
Do /?
<: oorj'1g> Whip Atiociatat
provided by the soil conservation Calculation ahove. '''. .nu.1 .n'.1 )
of Lucilla Oltt Virgil MarcumBob
service, Is the first step In Process of radiocarbon Soviet ReadyTo incraata'nal annual livo n f.on.. lha tuchor.g f.rtl AOfN; AulomalK drydocktABBOTT JaagarDEWEY

acraa planning and financial assistance 11 ytart lease will faquira that
dating relies upon the principle lattaa ir.il commence and campiala POLLY
to be provided by the that on the death of an oparaliont, for tha drilling olat padiq RosdIKHI
Soil Conservation Service Is the Ban Nuclear I.aslOna lit wall within" lha
illS "'*
organism Its radiocarbon fret Iwo and ona hul yaart ...'," REALTY
first step In planning and flnan. begins to diminish through? its ol lha tarm of the I....; all wantto
clal assistance to organize ) ba drillad to dipih of MOO $UP COVERS
own radioactivity at a known Weapons By Pact laat or to INC top :. tha Lowar Crataciout C ornor 0' 1.1 A.e 10. ,
organized groups of farmers wh.chavar it lower, Tnaprimary Tropical Oripiry g, Uplielttar.i I h..ml T.III
living In small I watersheds rate and. therefore by deter. tem ol thf I.... will" tliva >. Ml BI HI tf Ml Z IISP

By Any Yardstick mining the loss which has GENEVA (AP) The Soviet Ol yaart
where floods and soil
drought ,
Tha kdding shill ba .n tha base
erosion are causing damage. taken place. It ia possible to Union' saM today It Is prrpared el a < ih contidaral for lhalaata 38-Aulot For Sate 59-Acre.ge

calculate the time elapsed to sign a central treaty bun- tv amount ol which cithcont
los/ Fend ralractabla
dt 'a' shall incfuda effar ol hardtop
S .ro ,,,11" ,' . ince burial. according to the nine the use of niulear .e.:p. ..n'.1 for hi t,rti your at tha r4tatttaiad pcrty in good .0nd'0/i : THAIL FRONTAGE
A IIJ1NLt! CONCEPT I/ ibj ol the liata 7 1175! )0 acrat h,gh dry land ft"
Encyclopaedia Britannica
'111'' I ,j, In! t I" '" i OtIS form: ,ii" ( ,t.bf""lo, mtpaclion .IS duel ChrIs Crll with. M hp ,,1.. from court Neuae MAR.

Soviet Delegate| Semyon K. tha 1..,. Land 0(1( ia. Elliot SJuildttala .,nbo.,,, C.n.Ni ..." I" waler LOWE I SFCK 41) Mil Ave
Tiarapkln told the 17-nallon Its. ,n. Tallal'aaoef. . If'. cco..lu' Sporluoct .ill lot Saiith. Ml I Hill >/m
bdd.r mitf 11"ps4iared Ia
FLY jf-na NAPLES armament conference such atrs.iIY .. y .u .1. of ....... 5ths Ford pickup truck a.lra me aIH T..e'c."s1.
= pttcu 11'1 b.da mast I. atsompanad | tall 10 lo t. HillDortga IM A s 00 Par A.
"ttlotl____ tfee. "would put "> end to all b.. co,.,,,... 0' C....,.... Thit" i sane...IlanI invattmant

__ .. ; iT: MIAMI nudear atiresflnn." COccI. Inadu payable Or hI Tvusloauof HI on Wagon. Hit for Farm Land
Acra Iracll W/ 1301
ID a. Illatol
lie xpresned strong supped lI'a Intarefl bn'poeoemenl paodof power fcrafcat.Npowar Maaring:
I else of Florida for full button I; and Cap Hi way saw propotaNipiat >
Ont Acre lake Front and Farm Estate lots for a proposal by Ethiopian Del. amooril of lha 71:1w
: Land PrIced .
; :
elt l Mlkael Imru that the next at b dftaalad / Adiacant Cenaialaribly
Sale in Suburban Pine RidgePineRiaqe New Year Round Daily Schedule kidt b. filed In INC K,ghar than' ours Good
U.N. General Assembly should ftaia Land OfficS. hid. Build,np. Tarmt 01'." iundayt Carib.
ol SIns Fer4 I dc wIeossI's Irans.n,5aiCO bain Railty J0 N. T..I
Tiliahawaa. Florida. advanca e MI
ronvena) a world ronferenre to
Naples To Miami She liia dale liaramaflar ttatad. or Good pecoad C... SssIJII > '"H t ./1 Tht.II
draft a treaty outlawing the use may ba pratantad lo IbIs Board althair ;: ;. ",r_. pSpC 0'i.4ST.U.ri .

1 7:45: A.M. I II :30 AM. 345P.M. of nuclear weapon In war. masSing en laid ,data In advanca .. 63-Gen. Real Estate
ol opanihg ,l tho k4t| -
Miami To Naples Western delpgate Immediate.y ,". ...1,Jh.,d. wilt >'IO.| ... far BentTri.larf '
at illS m,ati | described the ropoial as Im.practical Motel Special IS004 Will

900AM. 215PM. 500PM. and likely to reate a Fund of en lha Saptambar IMarnal Impfoyaman II, IM4at M 'j ..,?., wIll 1tf: lo handle lawn li unite Collier en County US. 4| clove

1050AM ICSVI in tha Scud ill o Maak. 'pecn" a welt. Reel.
fade and dangerous sense of Estate. Ml 1 JIll. '
/ZI '.tk
Room of 110.ov..nor'a OH ca in ., .11 ,
( 12r::: , TrOllop. ,,
KXTKWaUOM iCrtotod ronnrrtwn and Htwrtitiona Iw any point (I. the world get urlt,. INs Slita Capilol Building. Talfa .

Pore said the ronferem N as.... f Iprida. S4.d CoarVesf.oedIN. . I 66-Insurance
reNt in r put and oil I Bids '
NAPLES AIRLINES should take action to Implement BV OMOIN ol lha Truttan of l"aIntarnal .48-Aptt: for RentNav

by Collier Development Corp. a IXI U.N. resolution urging Imprevamani fund el :thoAttatt
Nsplrs Airport Corwoyre a Miami Slats of fqr4a. g.e Augaul 4, $1N4FARRIB 'f. '/I'R. Siva Moan Lacy Piymani
Trail Nap,", Ftarldaoe Airport the United Mates and Russia to ItYMr. : dupfi" .M } br } ealdi* pan Aute Hem* Ownart

Phone Ml Z.2111 110 Tamiaml MI 2-I431 NE Mi111 onilder the posalblllty of a get Qon.rp.f, t t.c.H. fca Aaaraiaach(aachara.: Will 4 ,rurmtnil .....,. '"'JAEGER INSURANCE

MI TOUI toe*! tiMtoe City Tirliel uffn-e Naples Trstel Ageore t Cot...', tral ban on the use> of nuclear Mill am R. $'dd. .D' .daairfaV" Call, Mr,. HoUman, .11 SIll Ava NorthJohnson

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NEWS N.pl., FloriJ. Thurt August JO, IU4 Political Interns 1 exclusive to this age group. atlon of shirts and sweatersIn and eel
011 Jig JuniorsHate Ease and action are the keynotes contrasting tones and textures everywhere clBcn'J'wits
Eic of current collections lead. newest when brighten
'j Own Skimmers A-lines, blousorta Sportswear has a new polish, with yellow or citron touchi
Work with ProblemsIn and plenty of pleats allow iuU with the coordinated look now Textures are more Importathan '
Shoes SeductiveATLANTA Special Fall Look of room to move, and Imparta In favor Slack suits, matching ever. Double knits ai
a air to new dresses pants' patterned Jerseys are often ribbed ai
sweaterrssolook i
"i. (API) AS a sex whirlwind day of activities. hereIn Home Districts llIlli"" .ieiM, :ere coming Into layered look carries on new: and, patterned. Brushed roohali
, as the favorite In casual a neat, alpaca-weaves, corduros
d Ir \ k an important
4 symbol, the hoe: m kicking up May newt reporter slid the clothes for rihlIb fabrl
i "flute' entity, Young bright school or play. hed tones of fleece and pile are the
I' it* hetU. first thing the did on the plane :p : date fashions designedilh Stretch pants and skirts top plum, cranberry, rust, all the to watch In sportswear ai
A low-throatrd to show the ili..vage: nf the comment: Several hundred i ,ut I ,,1 i
toe", much aa a dress la cut to "I violated I rule of mine aware college ttwieM, , -
how the cleavage of the bosom. today, wearing high heels at I twining an eve-M .nlnK hbi I ,t II!, I
Another shoe la I nude reception,"
aeny .
In governmental I afMr I 11.1 t
.. one made only of tiny little The shoe aa I symbol of allure
'trap*. Or the glittery gold and reaches into history. summer
silver bangled shoes much in Egyptian women wore jeweled At they answer tl'II'"I" ii'
evidence: among Atlanta's Met-: rings on their toes and ankle prepare mass malll w' f' r I Ii"
tropolitui Opera audIence. bangle, painting the soles of voters b.<'k home, write r.'i rt,
No one who haft ever taken I their feet red. and listen In ontontrte'"< r -
good look ..men's shoes People well of the
at were aware ,
clone I 1
they are seeing n,1 "a
could ever think their chief valueis seductiveness of shoes in ,
whlll make tl-k.
comfort. The teetering needle Biblical tim... Judith upset government
heel with the dagger point toe. llolofernea in the Apocryphalbook Senate and e'ongrrIoffices I "

of I few seasons ago was neither with "aandlea which and government dKP'. Ir FCASll BE SMART SHOP & SAVE ON EVERYDAY NEEDS!
'+ omfortable nor alluring. ravished his eyes." In Washington hive attr"<, to't the

Get the Point? The Red Shoes largest number. But otherire, "
Or take the spiked heel. Judo The Roman bride wore saffron working In horn terrlt,r lithe
experts advise v"n .n of Its colored shoes as a, romantic local headquarters rf the tr
R weapon to protect themselves if tradition, but no Roman woman office-holder
,t Ib aulted. of good repute would have clr
l worn
t, In the New York office of
When Mrs I vndon D. Johnson red shoes.
'J flew back tl'<' Washington after a As proof of the emphasia of Congressman William FIrH\.in( 1 1a
the shoes at statua and seduction a Princeton and a Penn student
OUKIII: ; ) i h,
llt<|HI'1< One bee only to look at and a Barnard girl help (the a Priced
hat is decorated with it
n< "
'Cnmeae women's feet from theiOOs professional staff find the $3.000 in ,
to the 20th Century they answers raised bv residents! of money, wooden nickel i ,md SCHOOL LUNCH KITS As Low
Jeep were often crippled to a sire
the district foreign coins It ua' d<' 'rrMto
resembling a lily root.
signed by the happ \u in"i
History tan't clear, Says Ken Grossman, who'll
but this
Judy Enters of Tenafly: N ,I As
a senior at Princeton'sWoodrow
probably came about because the
Silts, f rt I frryiefAltl and won the most original" ff
Empress Taki was bom with tiny Wilson School I cf award in a hat contest A *
club feet, Either a decree was International Affairs "Many of 't
handed down when she was born 'he calls come from resident t r
that no woman was noble unless
who want to know how then ranr..t Geologist Gets Tj
e she had tiny feet, or the empressde $179
,reed it herself when she Into a houslngprolert. Others
l MVICC realized her deformity, are welfare problem, and!wetrt Wyoming GOP's
to help by getting Information - Sandwich
size Plastic
and then finding the proper Nod For Senate
agency to handle It.
"F(.r some reason the foreign CIIEYl;NNh.: W'lI. ( bpi -- Ti-\ : IN EVERY KIT
residents seem to fear government John Wold, a 47.11'1'" old t .is|p"l'
oil geologist, was nominate I by
bureaus, so they wait till
Wyoming Republicans Tuesdayto
the last minute to do something BOSTON BULL DOG
oppose Democratic' Sen. Gale
about their Immigration problems McGee In the November ganeral Pencil WallSharpener
and don't come In here election. 4a
till they're on the verge of being Wold, who reslgnel, .is GOP '
deported" he explains. state dull nun last January, Sharpener
5'I"or less deleated Kenny Sailors, Ja kson
Ken finds the work depressing! 39c
Hole dale rancher and former
he says, but enlightening. "I'm professional basketball star, In $1.19
a close race.Returns For Crayon and Pencils
from 606 of the r
state's 629 precinct gave Wold Rexall
22,616 voles and Sailors 21,222.
z'a' McGee easily defeated I I. W, .- O h Timed Action Super fc3PlenaminsBI /\
Kinney, former hemlst with
You the U.S. Bureau of Mines lab. Cold .._W
maybe oratory at Laramle, In the

+ dollsizebut : Democratic Returns from rontefct.597 precincts :ii::. (lAt : lltA U-W': Capsules $2 Only 59 =SuPRPuUIIIIS 1f 1-:

you gave McGee 38,491 and KInney )' II-" 2.59b
4518. Kinney had tried to with. ::::: I Reg. $1.49
don't want draw from the race, but ballots Free 2 week'* luppTy
t were already printed. HcnuD5 98c with each purchase
doll clothes our"s Wold and Sailors both cam. )I ;-
Y' paigned primarily against Me
3 tjt Gee and the Johnson admlnis ,
tratlon, criticizing McGee foi
what they termed a liberal votIng .. 500 SHEETS


EAST LONDON South Afrits :
afraid till now my world was (AP) A bull mastiff in this. Ai porIK.poft". in ,Rtull hill cmtury al \\I
Mrvici to communit tk stern II oun.rros
rather narrow, confined to Indian Ocean port Jocsn'i, hm AiMnca, rrrndoneecur pltdp to you ol f the ONLY 7/C
Manhattan's East Side, where I postmen he looks alter then ::. Aral PI'II.phon, Mivice av< labl.t .,
i When postman Kennv Dan,dam ,n .. ).v In and dry out, th. hnlth etoareertomrrr
live, and a prestige universitylike started on his round about a vrar it our primary concern,
Princeton. This experiencehas ago the bull mastiff lulled along
made! me realize the complexity behmdhim.He, aoondenionstraied Your e
of human problems" his good intention lie chasedoff r- LIGGETT l'hnrney OFF
Iii u tw other dogs which tried to .
bite Davidson! FOAM INSECT
K..n. who plans to be a lawyer, Since then he hen been on
finds contact with associations duty with Davidson neailv ever> REPELLANT

like CORE and NAACP particularly day ovf
enlightening Assisting also Davidson savuhii predecessor TRASH Reg. Lew. 2 Speed
on the same round was all" CAN !
r t
r in the office are Bill Rice, a guarded the n .isnfl, $ 98c $23.99

< e graduate! student at Penn and,
Miriam Margolin who commutes :'::- ':War,''

between Washington and New Title Companyof _v ,
YorK! to research the erotgreeaman's t Ii 1 al.ani..tI. '
1 w
speeches) for a book he Naples \ II ,..
: I .
plans! to writ. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS M/Mi er_ trw rue.rHsndlos
Peppard Bldg. n Imw.{ wW.pMr ew/warrr
MI 2.6059 \ ,.M w rf
HONEY BEARVANCOUVER 051 Fifth Art? So J' --- n\G' ,o o
(AP) Stanley r flee 'a' a
Park Zoo's new bear hue a sweet w. A, gat ; f I i:: $1.99 W: -F;
tooth. Captured 80 miles south of agts. ","!f )
Prince Rupert B.C., the cub will : pl.. 295V alue SHOP EACH SPECIAL
cat only food that is covered r
with honey, a J 60's
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