Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00234
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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 25, 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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Volume ID: VID00234
Source Institution: University of Florida
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Reports To Commissioners \

InquiringReporter There's Still Hope For

QUESTION How did you earn 4aF

your first dollar? .

;1N Cane Industry Lander

County Commissioners, In This bill will be IntroducedIn showing a sugar content In the He said therexeie .
busy session this morning!follow January, 1963, and according young crop. Weeds have been a avenues farmers maw
ini a recess since August 4, to Lander, Is another encourage. problem, but where controlled meet expenses with this
heard a brief but encouraging ment for county growers. properly It Is estimated farmers experimental crop. ..
1 report from County Agriculture In the meantime, Lander said, can expect production reaching, possibility of ronvetting
Agent Don Lander on the pos. the 2,000 acre crop under ,-ult 45 to 50 tuna' (per acre, Which to syrup ... which pel'
slhUlty of a sugar cane IndustryIn Ivatlon In the count) Is proving Is onslderablj) above ex. be a last maneuver I
Collier County. highly satisfactory "Tast pectatlons of 21" to 30 tons, an may be transported to
"We are In the sugar business, tests," said Lander, are already early estimate.INTRODUCING Ing mill for ,' .. --
In a small way," said Lander sugar, and finally the
"but prospects for a 20,000 acre 'V* ",.. I T nI ' be sold to other t N E.t Telephoto! )
crop and a sugar processing I -- v. .--- seed. No derisions I : : Mayor Robert F Wag-

mill are at least another year reached at the present are shown chatting
away" The agent retorted / closely aligned In the fall 1t
Lander reported that Harold Immokalee Sugar Cane ,
Cooley, representative to con. directors had been '
Cress from North Carollna.ond ularly and contacts
J. K. "KEN" ROGERS Aems.
chairman of the House Agrlcul. had been maintained
Naples Postmaster"I ture Committee, sent out a form battle for a sugar 0)a Enters
letter stating that he will Intro
soldhome-made lemonadeand Weeds have been a
duce a bill In Congress whichhe
wintergreen leaves at a hopes will give Collier County In the experimental(
little stand In the yard when I a "go ahead" sign. Lander reported "
was 8 or 9." special herbicide which Race
mlt a yield far above
ImmokaleeTo estimates, and far
average acre production .. than his lapauiy to soivc
lana which reaches .om stale I cannot In fIII'III''
I around 20 tons per acre. them to vole for nu, even'

Get New "Our chances are m\ mother and father
as ever," said .' but it home In New York
we know a delay of 1020:! and | attended New
faces the farmers." schools for nit yeas bp.
01fIth'r let'ime jmUiM.
Post OfficePlans In other business, the
to Great
loners heard and studied Drltiln, and I
once again, pst.1hlllh..1! l re-
on upkeep the county
to acquire a new post a ment grounds; beach. ,,'" In this! lltate.II

wSB Office In Immokalee Florida ..- ter conservation the 1 (that President. Kennedy
33934, were announced today by and IUghway Patrol for and all that President
Postmaster General John A. Howard Scherman who will direct Carnestown; sidewalks I I. trying lo accom.
Gronouskl. the Distributive Education program at Naples Ing the Trail for 1'li, all the progress that ha*
"The new building" Gron- Senior High School this school term. See tending Sea Gate School; mad, I I. threatened by a
ouskl said, "Is designed to story, (NEWS photo ed final plats for The and dangerous Republican
carry out the Post Office Department's Golden Gate and plats for ," the attorney general
kale Highlands.Just .
J I objective more
efficient service com- before lunch, board "No'on* **elated with Pres.

; 10M bined with postal Improved working DE ProgramWill bars representative heard lengthY of the !' Johnson Kennedy-and no with one Presi.com

conditions for our employees. Fresh Water Fish
-- -- to participating In pub
"President Johnson has. about conservation of
life can sit on the sld*
"BEN" CARUTHERS asked us to exercise frugalityIn ContinueAt animal llf* and fishing with *o much at stall."
I Naples Police Chief conducting our governmentaloperations Marco Island which will
Kennedy now lives In Virginia
"I pushed an Ice cream cart and we are doing fluenced by development maintains a voting! rsl
at the age of 13 -- making a so. New construction, therefore eluding bulkhead lines. in his native slat of
commission of 10 per cent on Is being authorized only Naples HighThe port was of given, however H* has nlllOo
spirit co-operation.
all the Icecream I sold." when It Is demonstrated that for a home on Long! Is.
the need Is urgent and no other ( to become a New York
alternative Is available." "Distributive Education" and the other at a business firm, (Continued on pig I ,
The alternatives, Gronouskl program Initiated at the Naples which Scherman called "training
explained, would Involve remodeling Senior High School last fall will agencies"
be continued this year under the "DE students can: be favorably
of the existing building w DEMOCRATIC'CONVENTION DELEGATE
direction of Howard Scherman.The compared to students In chemis COUNT
or moving Into other suitable __ i *LiMar L>".j*< ,
new director reported yes try. Theories are studied In r
quarters In thes.mecom- terday that 19 students are en. class work, then proved In laboratory 3! ill v1.I MI.
munity. rolled In the program with two study. The same prln. 11 t0ly
The building In Immokalee more applying for membership In clplt Is carried out In DE," he MINN.J4 .
will be located on the west side the class said. IS
of third street. Preliminaryplans Seventeen business firm*In the Students (,.laced so far and t S WIS. M,1
call for 3,690 square area have volunteered to act as the "training agency"where they foA,0 w MICN. 111 I n
feet of Interior space with an "training stations" for the DE will work and study are as fol. 75 wr0. 12 N .
\p area of 7,100 square feet for students this school year,Scher. lows Joseph Freeman lit Kwlk IS IOWA r 11S ON4'
parking and movementofpostal man announced. Chek Tim Hannah, dames Ngy SS ILL ONtO NJ 77 ,
Ice vehicles. Eleven of the students have Hayes, and Linda Luckey, Publlx 22 UTAH IN0 99 00.22CALIF.
already been assigned stations, KeUy OrschellNorman AutoSup. Cole. 114 51 VA
vA ,
1 MD 41
The Postmaster General said
Scherman said, and at least eight ply; Steve Stations, Naples Sr 10 21 SAN. MO. y1 a1n'
the building will be constructed others will bit placed before vice and Supply; Donald Kenton, 154 17 50 av, 14 d c'D..C.TINN. .
under the Department's Lease school starts. County Tax Assessor's office;; 51 14Aat2
Construction Program,with the Scherman said one necessary Judy Miller, Dubroy; NancySh OKLA. 4C .
government's capital Invest project to determine the success han, Solana Studios; StephanieHall iI NAn. )0 AaK S 1 1
ment limited to postal equipment of the program will be I surveyof Al Hackney CPA; and Frank 't if 1 MISS ALA. OA.
While leased to the the business firms and Caliber, SunahinsSuprexMarket. It 51TIXAS
Government the building will students participating\ In the pro. Students enrolled In the pro. LA. 24
JOSEPH BROWN remain under private owner gram last year preliminary gram but not yet placed Include 44 Iu,
Naples Collection Agency study he was "encouraged" to Frederick Frederlckson! Irene ALASKA 12 I fh TOTAL
ship and the owner will
School Attendance Officer pay find that many of students In Client, Carolyn Hamm, Carl HAWAII 25 S1 J.3II
local real
42 Years, Washington Lawyer estate taxes.Hurricane the "training laboratories" last Partin, Gary Roark, Christine
year are still on the job, and Roberts, Carol Williams and OHIO .ICO' GUAM ]

"I worked nights and all day employers were reluctant to see Darla Wlnchell. ViaeiN ISLANDS S CANAL ION S' ; r
In MapIn them move on to other jobs or to
Saturdays a country storeat
leave for additional education In (SEE BACKGROUND STORYON
the age of 12 or 13 and was

paid $4 per week." This Issue schools.He plans. to make a detailed SCHER&HK, PAGE 3) 'n .II r 'I ( t. I \t/ "" ..- .-d." _'

survey of last year's programand
will report on experiencesof w
each student. .
Keep Track The DE program stress.s r
on4h-job-training, with students
,a Of 'Cleo' spending one half day In school

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Failure To Register .

;.,. .

Costly) To Boat Owners

Conservation officers patrolling boating

areas in Collier County Sundav.. issued three citations
to boat owner who had permitted registrations

I II to lapse, Conservation Officer Ben
I Whitehead reported today.
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Whitehead urged all boat owners to check i t till r s
WILLIAM "BILL" I KEPP registrations against expiration dates, and if

f Naples Merchant finding the registration had expired, to reregister k, J

I "I made my first dollar as ( immediately, 0 1 -
y ___ _.
: bribe to take castor oU for the Florida Statutes require that all pleasure

first time at the age of Later, boats, powered with motors of 10 horsepower or MAMMOTH DACKDROP Two 40by.20 foot
at the age of 12. I began as a more, both inboard and outboard, be registered. photos of President Johnson are the dominant
paper boy and worked at It for Registrations can be made at the office of decorative features behind the platform at At-
six years with the Tampa the County Tax Collector A. P. Ayers, in the lantic City's huge Convention Hall. Other photos;
Times, making $10 to $15 per East Naples government complex. are of Presidents Roosevelt Kennedy, Truman.
week" Convention Hall, where the Democrat are meetIng -

(MORE NEXT TUESDAY) Ft s'F //"M.w Nv .k H. is the largest in the world.


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2 CO.ilU COUNTY NEWS Nipl.i, FU. Tu.,

Planes Of World War IITo II President Of Viet Nam

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S41G0South Viet Nam hold-Have a new the election mlllUM for the chief Get SeatsATLANTIC

Race At Reno Scot. 12 vp-)| Ma). Gen.RUen! ol state romeixabh' reelect

Kh-iiil. gale up the! title of pr"sllent l- lag Klunh. CITY, tU. 41",,
RENO, Nev. (AP-There's aright "We've analyzed all the gripesof \ mi his rtlcUtoriil pow'Pr! 's -DIssolve the council' after credentials committee men,

time for everything, says the old air races not that tOI.tunder! the align demands the election, and set up some btrs resume their seanht,u
stocky, blue-eyed Bill Stead. the weren't great. But we're 01 student and Buddhists for an. new form of government. for some way of seating .j v,"
"All at once, this seems be the trying to upgrade this as much s end to military rule. H* was ..x.I' An aide in Khanh office sal sisslppl delegation for the -..

right time for air racing." as we can." 1 e' ted! to star on, .however as that this version was essential!) ond session of the Dem" i ii i,
Stead, 40, had been thinking Jets will be on the shelf at the the .ictual clitel![ ot the U.S. correct It does not mean, me National Convention

about revival of the national 1904 races' for inspection and. i b d ked go\'eminent. aide said, that Khanh has resigned The first night of the 111111, ,_
championship air rates almost exhibition, but not for raring, The 37.\ear-old strong man his power as chief of Met lion ended without a ml'ml"1! ;
since they were abandoned at mar i tesumethe pi emlershlp!
This, combined with a spacious Nam. the mostly Negro Missi-M ,
Cleveland more than a decade natural desert raring urea, will dioiped after the r levolutloiunmilitai The ctaputpremier for" eoono- freedom! Democratic' PUll 'I

ago. Until the past two years, he allow seven planes to race \ roumil( elected him to mNew en Xuan Oanh, told the regular Democrats, ,u?I ,,
was unable to get anything more around the 8V-mlla unlimited the reslden i \ 10 d.i' s ago. Or The Associated Press that the white group, taking; delude)
than moral support. he might have himself ie.elect-!
I course at once. nftmo'e means Khanh no seats. Both
. groupseiehii '
"Suddenly, everybody's Interested "These planes are Rolncr!!: to go el I president ot .1 i revampedr.'time. { longer is critic' president 01 because the credentials ,
," says Stead, a Reno cat. as fast as the jets could around ly Her,shuts command premier. The "' \litH)' revolutionary tee had failed to iesoh ommii l !
tleman and former world cham. this course, maybe i.istoi! ," ii'Utli' Met X.In"s armed! lor'ces., council will be called> most difficult' problem.The II'|
pion speedboat driver. Stead says Jubilant student leadei! told' session tonight,
Into /an urgent committee did
On Sept. 12 engines will Tire Associated! Press that give I loft
roar The
race course is in Spanish he said, to elect a new chief tickets .
Into life at dawn at Clearwater, Springs Valley, an earl>'-da> Kit 11\ili had agreed! to hold a new, Klianh I'robabll'11 be renamed groups Somethe .
Fla. Souped.up World War II ranch area 15 miles northeast 01 ele 'tlon tot thief 01 state and Oaiih said.<< The Mississippi, people us,
premier these to Into the
fighter take off for the Reno Reno's tourist accommodationsand that the mllitan council would' will dls.ol115..11, pet hall.
junta then ["'E'rdl'lE'gate uom \
to open nine days of racing, casinos. the L>e dissolved.
and a new Junta.compilslnfr'clUIUns those who took to .,>
) bama ;a .h i
aerobatlc competition, sailplane The crowd will watch from EZ Student leader! Ton Thah Tue' ellI nlllltoil'lmE'lI.
as and those'ho
soaring and exhibitions In the + lir' said he had been In telephone' oath rOIII'1 i
grandstands In the center of the
will be organized. their seats. They kept ,
took n
national air ont.j Klianh ?
championship races course. t with .It the pl'l'Il.
of 1964. Prize money will total nearly -_ dentl.il 011 lee building! and' ,ifter repeated polite '"i d"i ..
The previous races folded for $50,000. I Klu'ih' said he waslllinc: tot 77 Red Guerillas fiom! convention ollliials 111,1,t
several reasons Civilization .-_ . -Revoke the charter! he promulgated those had not signed[!: a l<,n ,,HI
creeping In on likely racing Aug. 16 that gave him Killed In Clash pledge must "step aside,''
youth all packed and for
group ready a aside" meant
areas and creating hazards that sweeping Step (ottl
sometimes turned Into tragic Merger Of 5 trip to Circle "F" Dude Ranch at Lake Wales and a week of fun which powers.Movie With Viet Forces out of the seats. The uiipie I I'

accidents Aviation authorities will include horseback riding, swimming water skiing, fishing, boating delegates about 32 M I
tightened requirements . e'en "charm" classes. The Rev and Mrs. Martin accompanied the MoppetsGet SAIGON, South Viet Nam 1 the\ would leave the hall n "n i
Military Jets began to doml. group. Rev Martin will be the "Youth Pastor" for the ramp, and (AP)-Government fences killed' deied to do so, but the wmiii,

nate, Stead adds Then came a Rail Lines.Recommended about 150 east coast Baptist youth are expected to join in the camping Big Thrill 77 Viet Cong guerrillas control during of the a not give up their seats.

rule that only one jet could fly activities. Those making the trip are : Ann Scott Ronnie Benfield major rice crop sweep In for the delta area It'ave.The) were not orll."I'II" t,

around at the one tight time., closed The winner pyloncourse Ray Jensen, Mike Benfield, Malcolm King, Larry Batcher, Fred Decker, Out Of BeatlesHOLLYWOOD around Binli Dinh, a U.S. mill
No one with autlioi! ) ?'ii i i
was determined on the basis of Gary Batcher, Vicki! Batcher, Carolyn Booker, Dottie Ellis, Carroll tary source said today. what would happen tout,lit
time. ., :Martin, John Road-counsellor, Patty Whitaker, and Cynthia Martin (AP) The He said a three-day Vietnam. when 13) the Alabama delegates ti
mascot (NEWS photo) Beatles made their debut In i ese army operation also report, ,
take their seats 1'01'.a
to se onesof
WASHINGTON (AP) An ex. Hollywood society Monday night: Idly had captured 52 Conmiun.:
Who Worried seemed to kiicm
session No one
Boy amlner has recommended that and scored as big a hit as they fats and taken a number
the Interstate Commerce Commission do with teen.type audiences. weapons. how the credentials committee
Dies With Debts approve the unification conditions that would require The shaggy singers from Llv. The rice crop Is nearing liar, would lesolve the Mlsslsslni' "
maintenance routes County
open dispute
of five railroads Into the na.tlon' News From erpool weie the attraction at a vest and government forces in
and channels of ,
gateways The Mississippi( i regulars!: Icrl i
the 273 miles northeast of
garden to area
largest system nearly party benefit the
trade; the opening of Importantnew the Freedom Uemoriata
Paid In Full ue i
25,000 miles. Hemophilia Foundation. Saigon are trying to keep as,
gateways to competing CourtRequest that has no I Ic" u
The RecordsCHANCERY It much of It as possible out ol rump !Rioup(
CARTERSVILLE Ca. (AP) proposal approved Mon. railroads; and protection of adversely County was a question of who was status.
day by examiner Robert H. more excited movie stars' Communist hands.
Ray Chappell, the gallant Murphy calls for the merger of affected railroad em. for Jury trials were i children at seeing the Beatles or Latest reports said the gov, Negroes il.ilm the regulars(:
teenager with leukemia who four lines the Great Northern ployes. DOCKET granted Milton A. Thomas and I the Beatles at seeing the moviestare ernment lost three killed and 16 5 exclude, Negroes!: from their fro
battled hard to his medi. Murphy's recommendationswere Lulse Watkins DeAdamlch and would not the
so vs ty Mipixnt
pay In the The ( (
the .
Railway, Northern Pacific Wayne A. Smith on charges of captured sweep. ope.ration
cal bills, died knowing his debts denounced In Cleveland, H.B. Watkins . quiet title Democratic ticket
the unauthorized is continuing
Railway, Chicago, Burling possession of Movie of all sizes
gun moppets at.
were paid In full. Ohio, by H. E. Gilbert, presl. Bank of Everglades vs Ted and
ton It Quincy Railroad and the and light at night by Judge tended. John
The 18-year-old boy died Mon. dent of the Brotherhood of Loco. Julia Williams . foreclosure Forsythe broughthis
Pacific Coast Railroad and a Richard M. Stanley In County Page 13 Brooke 10 and
day In a hospital a few minutes motive Firemen and Engine (2 suits). ,
10-year lease on the Spokane, Court Monday. Anne, 14."They.
who called the
men decision
could Ernest Alfred Hendrlckson vs
before newsmen presenthim
Portland and Seattle Railway. Wyatt E. Widener paid a $100 i drug here "
me he
"another victory for monopoly Lillian Hendrickson Unrealistic
with a bill marked "paid In Ellen .: fine Democrats
} ILrr If approved by the full com. Interests." divorce. on charges of transportingsalt complained mildly.
\ mission, the combined system 1 water products without pro. Jack Palance had his three ,
rChappeU's "The recommended
family, however, merger, Gulf American Land Corp. vs 1
to be known the Great permit.
as per children In tow.
Gilbert said In a statement Shelley Winterswas
told him of the news Saturday William M. Thompson and Felton
his condition worsened. Northern Pacific 4i Burlington "would be a surrender to the fl. Clarence Brides,beneficiaries of; Russell E. Rhude was paroledto busy shooting photos of her
when Lines, Innwould have assetsof the Parole Commission. The Romlna 11. Tells Veterans
The youth worked with a high nanclal Interests that seek last will of Irene Meadows . Barry
.t more than $2.6 billion and in. charge was Issuing a worthless
.."ay{ construction crew, but was greater profit from minimum cancellation and forfeiture. Lloyd Bridges lifted his Cindy,
able to earn only $60. News sto. nual Income of more than $775 service, jobs will be cut by at check. 11, atop his shoulders for a bet.
million. Case against Bobby G. Me. CLEVELAND Ohio ( ) them about, Goldwater said I, are"no
least 30 DOCKETE.H. ter view of Ringo Paul John
ties of his plight brought in $1,. per cent and many communities COMMON LAW Goldwater r.l
Murphy said the system Cullum, charged with no valid and George Sen. Barry to. more xiwcrlul( than the
will find .
400 In and which themselveswith Marhoefer, Jr., an Q.llnols '
money pledges would be the largest railroad In driver's license and failure to Edward G Robinson day the Democrats "are misled firepower you have tired on the
his father cot. either no rail service or Corp., vs Wayne K. Roark, escortedhis
Ray Chappell, a
the United States In terms of appear was dismissed. Cases by strange and unrealistic no. battlefield.They slmplv mill worker In Ga. relegated to branch line d-b-a Roark Plumbing granddaughter In all my
tyn Aragon, '
miles of road and geographic against Norman A. Mulllns and years I've never tlons of appeasement and dls. a smaller lockage"
would be used medl. statue damages. anything
said to pay distribution, and the third largest William Sutton charged with nodriver' line the these armament." In New York City Mouthy,
cal expenses What Is left will Bank of Naples vs John E, response boys
In annual revenues.He license were continued. get he remarked. The Republican presidential Goldwater met pilvatel with
Patton and John E. Patton D ,
teed to the boy's funeral recommended a number: of "Stop" Signs Mean STOP e Kenneth l.. Oaks was found not nominee also said 1 that If he Is business leaders. '
unpaid,,promissory/ .. .rte .
M'guilty of elected U25.nillei"ln ,"'K'S\ been / I\I'*
on j. charge reckless "" ; Europe n very !ROotl!: '
'S? .. .' r t .41 '1'( . ">dlspl y>""Ir.'r....Oalsey..:.T. 9 Die In Texas if: wm bA "Invlte'ct.'fo..ult' Into the hetsaid. '"I'm well pleased, wttli

akswas sentenced to 90 days In Washington-Moscow hot line. It."

e Jail on a charge of assault and Car Truck Crash In a speech prepared for the All aide said the niectinRsweie
r battery. Court costs were paid Veterans of Foreign Wars Convention held to !Rive!: the business

; Best Year-End Deals and the case against James W. TYLER, Tex. (AP)-Nine he said that the United community a hams' to (!rot: .uqualnted .
Buchanan charged with contrU persons-five from Illinois, four States must find a way to pro. with Goldwater and his
r touting to the delinquency of a from Texas-were killed Mon. vide the North Atlantic\ Treaty views
I minor was dismissed. day when a car and a pickup Organization "with Its own In his sl|>ee<'h to the veterans
Daniel D. Floyd, Jr. paid a truck collided In a dark down. stock of small, tactical. nuclear here, HIP Arizona senator said
\ fine of $U on a charge of failureto pour near this eastern Texas battlefield weapons-what may President Johnson rid 1 the
have a trailer tag. A warrant city.The truly be called conventional: nu. Democrats are underminingNATO
N was Issued for James F. Thomp. sole survivor was an 8. clear weapons." unity.
son, and bond was set on a speed year-old girl who lay In a hospU The weapons he Is telling "This administration, must in.
Inr charge of $23 and $100 for tal unaware her parents, two ---- swer not Just to the voters of

allure to appear. sisters and a brother died In the this nation, hut to history for Its
OFFICIAL I I When defendants failed to appear collision. abject failures In foreignfxrlir\ .

the following bonds were w'h is Gayle Redeker, who Phil Brunk And of these failure, none Is
ordered estreated Walter Me. termed In fair condition at more tragic than the (ark of

Cartney, Jr., speeding, $30; Medical Center Hospital here. support| for NATO," Coldwatei
Danleld M. Orfant, speedlng$30; Dead In the car were Gayle's said.
CLEARANCE Jack M. Lamb, no valid driver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin) New Kiwanis Too often, Goldwater said,
license, $25; Charles R. Holt, Redeker of Route 2, Box 116, this administration has bypassed
speeding $25; and Calvin R. Milford, ni.; two other daugh. our NATO partners to
Day Jr., speeding, $30. ters, Alma and Beverly, both deal directly and unilateral!)
11; and a 16.year.old son. PresidentPhil with the Soviet Union
I : ;sot.I 'I I Irihr 1 Afrn.ii n. Killed In the pickup truck "Our hot line to Moscow Is an

turd every cow uu sixler In were William David FrizzeD, 24, Brunk unfortunate symbol of this. It
the fiimilx A piKm HU> S "0 Freddie Hammonds, 19; LeonW. was elected: to suggests secret onversatlons,
"iw. Ihuu sp"n si I nu' flu ,hum) Ward, 43; and Louis Gill, 28, serve as 1965 president of the deals, unilateral negotiations in
and I 'A iinn sv "I Ih, hen ." all of the Tyler area. local Kiwanis Club In an election matters that concern and should
*TVT meeting held last night at Involve all our partners In free.
Baronl's. dom," Goldwater said

I Rhys Bearty was elected first i "1 pledge that as president,
vice president Bob Macauley, our NATO allies will be given

at Ford Dealers I second vice president, and Bill the opiiortumty to hook Into our
now Jones was re-elec'ed treasurer. hot line, either directly or by

Tom. Directors Elwood, Walt named Phalen.Dick Included; diplomat! process,"

n Chamberlain Rae HendrlxSam

brl England and joe Belyea. PeopleIn

1 Formal Induction of the new

officers Is held annually In a The News

December Christmas party.
Elections ire held early In the BOSTON (AP) Richard

year permit the new officersto Cardinal Cushing, Roman Cath.
attend the district conven- oltc archbishop of Boston was
tion and a series of training 69 Monday without any fanfare.
itTTtii: sessions He spent the day confined to his

Carl Holbrook who has ser- residency by a sore throat.
d ved as Division 11 lieutenant TAIPEI (AP) Adm. U.S.
this Grant Sharp, commander in
z governor year announced chief of the U.S. Pacific Command .
that Robert
Sorrells presidentof
says the antl.Communlst
Big yearend savings on Super Torque Fords- the Arcadia Kiwanis Club, war In South Viet Nam will be a

smoothest, steadiest, strongest cars in their class has been nominated for the long and difficult one.
office of lieutenant How
the winning aces of '64 NASCAR races.tr& governorfor long?
1965, Election of division "You can't put a time limit,"
officers will be held at the district Sharp told newsmen upon his
convention scheduled for arrival in Taipei. "Too many

WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME? September 20 through 22 at variables are Involved."

Hollywood Beach.William BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP)
The Most Rev. Walter W Curtls .
ILOCKi 'H* AND 'Z' OF PINE IIOGI' EXTENSION AM ZONED TO ,... Roman Catholic bishop of

MIT THI KHPINO Of A tIDINO MOist !I. ymr pet pesyk> Bridgeport, says one of his

J t -iii Drive wt toihy. Only 3"'' miU. e.5Ih. N.pl.ay hmiH .<. U. S. 41, BalogIs priests has every right to belong

For <.*,.U) MM .ny Ntplcn *..1.! ... Assigned To to the John Birch Society
The Rev. Francis E.Fenton,

Big year-end savings on '64 Falcons, the Big year.end savings on '64 Fairlanes the Fort Monroe, Va. rector Sacrament of Bridgeport's Blessed

"D01j4. smartest looking, plushest riding compactstJjf middle-size cars with sportscar feel, king. Army Prt. William Balog, 21, of the national church council, Is a of member the so.

*- built Puts economy in the cards for you size economy and room for I full house. son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Balog, clety, a mllltantly conservative

Ion Seventh St., N., Naples, organization
was assigned to the U.s. Army "A. an
Pine Ridge Garrison at Fort Monroe. Va.. Fenton enjoys individual the freedom Father of

EST YFAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS \\ rO'R b .mimoif %J August 14.Balor every American citizen to be.

\ a data processing; long to any organization of his
specialist at the garrison, choosing," said
Created Collier entered the Army last May and I "As a priest he continues to en.
by Development Corp. completed basic training at Fort t Joy that right"

110 Tamiaml! Trail Phono MI 22131 Knox, Ky. Father Fenton was reprl.
He Is a 1960 graduate of Ash. minded last
COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc. year by the dio.
NAPIIS. FiOIIDAO tabula (Ohio) Harbor High School I eesaa vicar general after he an.
Sit YOU LOCAL IIALTOI sad was employed by SarasotaB7
H $ Umlaml Trail, No. fhon MI 24154 .... Country GW before enter. ihe Inpeacu: of !a tent petition of

lag chief Justice Earl Warren

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BY C.J. McMURRYA being 144 and East.West IS:2.!

somewhat querulous remark In the polar directions,the Dan

was recently mad to me by a Burglunds really popped loose

seml-dlsjruntled Naples DuplU with a 186 point game with Miss

cats Bridge Club player. (I un. Catherine McKenna. Mrs. Alice
dcrstand In the last game his wife Denham doing beautifully at

1 b reneged twice In separate games 163.1 : ior second. Tied for 3rd

and gave the team two bottoms). and 4th were the teams of Mrs.
... ,.... ...... He claimed I overemphasized June Haschka R.W. Mullen and

"YOU'RE UNDER ARREST the sweetness of life befor.,duro the Earl Lanes 154; Louis Irion.
Charlie EVERY melodrama worthIts
says ing, and after our Friday night G.T Bradburj 5th, 153.',': Ed
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McCool (light) to Tex Miller hero, who seems salt has comic relief games However my opinion Is LaCagnin E.V. Pennywttt 6th, -

pretty broken up about it. The merriment con and here he is Cokie unchanged that the quality of pro 151.1' :, the Keith Parks 7th, 148; A GALA AFFAIR A mem bet ship tea was given Satin'dav afternoon

tinues throughout the three-acts of "Adrift on Joe. It's really Jerry Fitchin per courtesy existing In the club the Arthur Andersons 8th at the bv the Naples Business and PiofiMion.ilomans Club l> I m the rove

Life's Sea or a Fate Worse Than Death" this disguise has not been unduly strained. average of 144. As Intimatedlast Restaurant of the Tahitian Coxo Conines Inn ( \\ around\ the

weekend at the Tahitian Cove. Of course, It can be readily week might happen, the Me. 1 punch table ore front left Ella ChilMianson. fiist \u' '-puMiicnt.Baibaia .

acknowledged that husband.wlfe Murrys rode down the roller Jones, a committee, member : Ann Davis tie.imner, er\intf;
partners, In many cases, start coaster calmly certainly not
with somewhat of a strain on gleefully, to finish 9th at below punch to Helen Vnil. president; Oa\' Sotkaloski.: eecnntltn'opreei'dent !-

At Tahitian Cove their temperament controls but average I32.'i. From 701 per. : and Sandia Daus. a prospective member of thf oiitmi/ation

certainly we can deny categorically centag to .460 heeelll ( XEWS photo)

and emphatically that anything ut.Weat, the Sam Leaders
similar to what happenedIn sparkled with 161.1 4; Mrs Joyce

Players Open Season a recent golf game has ever Tenny.Hilary Hartter 2nd, 143: Luci Dances
been experienced at the Woman's C.L. Peacock Jr C.L. Peacock Paul Schryver Odegaard

m 3rd, 147.1/i; Mrs. Alice Bowl.

Club.During this golf game .a mixed Ing. Mrs. Nellie Bridge4th, U8j; Awarded $1,000Scholarship Mrs Hedwlj} Odegaard 81, 'Frug' Walks

With Meller-Dramer couple had reached the point Mrs. Berta Turner Mr. Louis died early today at her ,

where additional acerbatlon was Irion 5th 141.6; the Mathlas Ber. residence at 958 Trail Terracein

Impossible. However on the 18th nards 6th, 140.3; Mrs. Harold North Naples. On BoardwalkATLANTIC

The Naples Players will open der and false accusation againstthe Cokle Joe, Cassius' henchman,, hole, when the wife's third shot Weed. Mrs. Corwin Waite 7th; Porn In Germany Mrs. l'ITN.J.. ,AP ,

their current: season with a"mel. hero add spice to the plot. Jerry Fitch; Ada Cornell, an' reached the extra large green and 138, Mr. and Mrs. Del Rogge Paul Schryver, 678 14th Odegaard moved to New YorkIn Luct Julius made a whirl

ler dramer" on the stage of the Members of the cast are Car. elderly woman Dorothy Shat.'' cam to rest about 60 feet from nlk and Colonel and Mrs. A.K. Coll. Avenue, South, Naples, has been 1924 from Norway and had wind entry Into! the convention,
the she heard to remark tied for 8th and 9th at 133.
auditorium of the Tahitian Cove lotta Flower, the substitute heir. er; Jenny Und, Ramsgate's searetary cup, was It's Master awarded a $1,000 Hispanic Fel. lived In Naples for the past scene, dancing the frug walkingthe
to the other of the four. Point night next
Congress Inn Friday night Cur. can and heroine, CathySchryver; Dottl Lee; Clarice King' "I'd woman dead If I sank Friday August 28 when we meetat lowshlp for the spring semester six years. She was a mem Boardwalk, and appUudinc,
tain time Is 9 O'clock The play Burgess Lendahand, Tex Miller; don, a friend of Dorothea, Rose this some putt", drop Without hesitationof the Woman's Club., Pennywltt with the University of the Seven her of the First Methodist the convention keutoter :J
will be given both Friday and Sat. Casslus Carstalrs, the villain, Iamurrl; Slick Carter a famous Sea. The first <>r (the Jolmson faml3
might Church
the smallest of moment accldently start that timer
urday nights of this week and Jim Dun Felicia part "This fellowship was granted arrive here, I7.yearold
; Ramsgate a detective Charles McCool. of ly to
the husband burst forth emphatl whose purchase he la Justly She is survived by her husband
again on Friday and Saturday wealthy woman, Esther Leavitt; Admission to the play is 150. to Schryver for Ms high achieve Luci sampled, Mister and froze
conceded. proud, so that 7:30 .
cally "Putt m. might Knut four
nights of next week, September 4 Rodney Ramsgate her husband Dinner and liquid refreshmentsare almost be p ment, outstanding personal char. Odcjaard custard Molina) ami
and 5. John lamurrl; Dorothea Rams available, but reservationsfor Actually, the answer probably the starting time. It acterlstlcs, and satisfactory daughters, Mrs Herbert Mas' over the OI..ullrollt home he

Directed by Jack Randall, the gate their daughterCaroI Lowe; dinner are requested by the lies made In a remark Elbert Hubbird helped application a lot of last Friday. Without knowledge of the Spanish Cot of Pine Island Mrs. OtiarHovland family I. to O'lIp'

play which bears the ponderoustitle Marie, the maid; Bette Price; Cove Restaurant at 2-65U. many y.ar.ago."Maketwoerln. Penalties, we language," University\ said, Mrs. PeterKlrsebom, She seemed to find everythln.
of "A Fate Worse than grow where there was onlya averaged only U-/i minutes per The award was presented on a and Mrs.William Christiansen, aatl&f.rlon .mat itcclil.M. to to
_u. _ _._ ___ _._ .. - ._... grouch before." I had thought 'double boards and finished well ; II'
Death or Adrift on Life's Sea"Is competitive bails.During with friend at the
; that Un Yutang had put'It 'before llpm.We'll all of Naples; a brother Adolph work today;
the of "noble heroine perhaps the semester of Cltlten*'
saga a spring Carlsen of Brooklyn N.Y., two headquarters Young
In "Thesecret be looking for
who Is more sinned against than more aptly saying you. February U to June 10, 1883, sisters In Norway eight grand for Johnson'
of contentment Is
+ knowinghow
sea the told>
sinning. Ah University of the Seven Seas The Fresldpiit'd.uglitei.
It deals with the vicissitudesof to enjoy what you have, and will direct much of its study children and 15 great grand "Teen-Dems" and Young Clf.
to be able to lose all desire for children.Rev. .
Key toward
Latin do
the wealthy Rodney Ramsgate America. There Irene anthing they could
things beyond your reach." How. fore the John Rice, pastor of the "'
family The villain Casslus Car. University has awarded from "licking envelopes to run.
ever, after cogitating upon the Holds Pre-School In First Methodist Church will held
stairs with a fierce mustacheand 31,000 Hispanic scholarshipsto nlng; errands" wmild help
a wicked leer In his eye cause and effect of our actions Planning Session students who completed sufficient conduct funeral services at father's campaign.

goes to the Ramsgate estate during last Friday's game I courses In Spanish or Port. 10130 o'clock Ttursday morn- She sail, bhp cume to pitch In,'

with the plan of stealing Ram. came to the conclusion I would The officers of the Key Club, uguese Ing In the chapel of the Richard too, because she reall/ed "my

agate collection of Jewels, but stick with Elbert. A review of a Naples Senior High School youth Applications for both the fall A. Human FUI1ralllol11e. Interment generation tus respimMl>llltle..'*'

Is diverted from his intention the game results will show what ,organization sponsored by Kl. and spring semesters are still will be In Naples Me* She signed autographs picked'

when he hears Ramsgate's sis. ,.r, I mean. wants, held a pre-schoolplanning I being accepted. Applicants morlal Gardens. Friends may up LDJ buttons and went shop
ter has died leaving $100,000 to A quite surprising U-Vitabl- session Sunday afternoon at the should write to University of the call at the funeral home from ping In two Mores along thf'
her daughter who has left Eng. participated In a Mitchell m' !Stewart' Motel. About 15 Key i I Seven Seas, Whittler, California. oceanfront. '
ment, the averages NorthsNaples 7 to 9 o'clock Wednesday night
land for America on a singing .- ., Club members and Klwanlan Her only purchase a pair of
career. were In attendance $6.n rope and leather sandals
Since Ramsgate has never seen Richard Thomas, anew teacher sUe medium, +

his niece the villain conceives the Acquires at Naples Senior High School 2 Drown In MooserAlex They probably will tome I ill

Idea of ringing In a phony nieceon was Introduced as the faculty handy on the campaign\ job Ida

him. He might In fact, have sponsor of the club for the Canal H. Mooser, of48GThirdAv.nue I I day A teen.worker advised thr?

succeeded had not the girl he Another Caller coming school year. Dick Cham. Deep North, Naples, died ye s., President's daughter to "wear

.. .1 chose for this role fallen In w ,berlaln, Kiwanlan and Key Club terday at Pewee Valley Hospital,, flat, shines and a dirty 'Ores*"

love with Burgess Lendahand, For Dance Sets chairman, was the /host for the Near OchopeeLola Pewee Valley Ky, ". wines ..li.. rlOjlOrl4Kl Jut bead

a Ramsgate employee. A mur. meeting.A lie was a native ofSwltz.rl.&lld.>, quarters, duty. "

Naples has another square review of the duties of Key Mae Chlsum, 20drowned a veteran of WorM War I, and a i Lud I was supposed' to wait
dance caller. Jack and Louise Club officer was a part of the In I 20-foot deep canal near Ocho. retired mechanic and firmer.> until Wednesday to come her

Legion Auxiliary Her, formerly of Phoenix Ariz, afternoon sessions. Key Club pee Saturday about noon,and WIl. had been a resident of Naples i with her mother and sitter,

Plays Host ForGirlStaters I lt"VILLAINOUS have Just moved here, and have officers aret Richard Woodruff, lie Lott, 58 years old,also drown. since 1001 where he was a mem. Lynda, 20. Dut she bogged t<
secured a home on 11th Court, president; Billy Bryan vice pre. ed In an attempt to rescue the ber of the Holy Name Societyof come ahead and flew In to open'

parts aren't all bad," Jim Dun North. They attended the Sun. aldent; Ray Ellen, correspond. young woman.BothwereNegroes.It St Ann's Church. He wan also the Young Democrats' headquarters .

(alias Cassius Carstairs) opines, as heroine Cathy shine Shuffler dance last Saturday Ing secretary; Chris Hultzen recording was reported to the sheriffs a 48-year. member of 6t Jo. and attend their dance,

Diane Fitzek arufTsther Schryver takes a moment from rehearsal of the evening for the first time. secretary;; and Steve office that a passerby heard calls seph's Orphan Society of Loult.vllle .> where she dlmullstrated! net

Truitt were guests of honor at Jack Is with the MetropolitanLife Clark tr.asurer. for help from the woman swim Ky., and a Knight of Our prowess In doing the frug, a!
the August 19th meeting of the Naples Players melodrama to be presented this and has Just been transfer. Kiwanis President Brandt Wat. mer, and unable to swim ran tot Lady of Florida Monastery of version of the twist In which ah'1
weekend at the Tahitian Cove. and Klwanlan Bill Jones, labor for Lott West Palm ,
American Legion Auxiliary held red to Collier County. He has son, nearby camp help. Death exult
at the home of Mrs. been calling for clubs In Phoenixand Rae Hendrix Hank Buckhannan responded to the call and lost his He la survived by his widow, I
Harley Tucson, with occasional call. and Chamberlain Joined with the life In the rescue attempt, Mr. Louise Echuler Moow of

I Chesser. Senator FridayTo Ing In California. He has several boy In mapping way the two Deputy Sheriff Bill MIC ra. recovered Naples; a son, Charles E, of BeA
r chosen Introducing recorded calls to his credit. In clubs can best cooperate during the bodies of the two vie. Louisville; four daughters, Mrs.

by the auxiliary to attend Head Election 1962 he called at the National the school year for betterment of lime about 2:30: p.m. The bodies Byron Hampton of Pewee Valley,

the 1964 session"Girl State" Naples' New Square Dance Convention in the community and the school. were released to the Baker Fun. Mr. William Wise of Naples Golden Gate

1 held In Tallahassee, Fla., In Sub CommitteeSenator Miami Beach. Rusty Elferdlnk and Rex ,,.rall/om./ In Fort Myers. Mrs Paul CuMrk of Louisville

June. They reported on their Ray Castle was the featured Storter were other Key Club The young woman was survivedby end Mr S.John Singer of Crest

participation In Girl State activities. DE DirectorSEE Elmer 0. Friday Jr. caller last Saturday, with Uoyd members present for the plan. i a flve>year.old son and a bra wood, Ky; sisterMrs.Frwl Van Guest

I of Fort Myers was named August Hill and Jack Dar assisting.About nine session i titer In Virginia. The brother has Alpen of DotroltMlch'l13; grand

Miss Truitt won theofficeof ( STORY PAGE 1)) 13 chairman of the legisla. 30 dancers and guest attended. __ ____ i been notified of the accident and children and three great grand
tlve sub-committee on the subjectof Marge Shafer and Bea Hill were of the plight of the boy. children.
state representative and Miss Howard Scherman, a nativeof candidates campaign expensesand in charge of refreshments con. 20 From Co, inty Funeral services will be at
Fltzek was chosen as secretary Ohio, but a resident of Floridaby contesting elections at a re listing of Iced coffee and homemade 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at
to a state representative.The adoption, will direct the DIs.tributlve cent meeting of the Interim com. cake Due To Enter USF St. Aloysius Church In Pewee FREEGAS

auxiliary presented both Education program In mlttee to study the election lawsof Castle will also call next DanielsFuneral Valley and Interment will lie In
20 students
chains with the of the Senior High School this year. the state of Florida and make TAMPA Some with
girls key state Saturday August 29. This dance the St. Aloysius Cemetery
Formerly a curriculum dl. from Collier County aree.p.ct.dto
Florida emblem as a keepsake recommendations to the 1965 leg. will be at the Shufflers' Hall, services for Joseph H. the Epoeas and Sons Funeral
rector In a Cleveland Ohio, enroll at the Universityof
Islature. 950 Central Daniels, SO, Everglades com. /Home of Crestwuotl in charge.
reminder of their visit to the suburb Scherman and his wife Chlumsky Building, South Florida next month.They .
Other members of SenatorFriday'
Avenue 8 merclal fisherman were held
capital city.During their p.m will be 8,000 stu.
Dorothy spent among NEW
committee Include
On this afternoon from the EariO. LAROSA
the business United States seek. Wednesday September 9, at the Unlver.slty .
meeting touring the dents registering
Tom Adams, secretary st i >. Shufflers class for beginnerswill Hodges Funeral Chapel In Naples NFW YORK AP) Singer,
Mrs.Flo Pennywltt accepted the Ing a spot where "there was no the first week of September
James .
Haley congress begin. The first session 1* Rev T.J. Wells, pastor of the Julius LaRost goes off Ikoidwaynem *
office of secretary to the unit. snow nor Ice In the winter," Sarasota; John F. Nicholson clr. scheduled to begin at 8 p.m., making USF the fastest growing Church of Cod of Chokoloskee, season In "Kiss Marrs," a f= Ti
Mrs. Muerll new unit finally decided upon Florida. cult court clerk of Ocala Jon university In the State of Florid
Allbrlght and those Interested are askedto officiated. Interment was in Na comedy by George Pan,",
president presided. This decision was reached Moyle attorney, West Palm register with Joe and Lucy Fall trimester classes begin pie Memorial Gardens Daniel "about an irrational family in a

After the business meeting after visits to many parts of the Beach; Richard Pettlgrew, mem. Ruocchlo, the Snack Bar, 489 Sept. 8. died Saturday morning in the rational world, or vice-versa.
U.S. and Florida was the last Contributing to the expected
games were played and ret resn ber of the house of representa. Fifth Avenue, South. Ray Castle In enrollmentthis Sanal Hospital In Miami Beach. La Ron previously made has f aean
place they visited. cent Increase
ment were served by the hostess Following a 30-month stint In fives from Dade County. will be the Instructor, and Edith per year at UBF will be the Born on Fakahatchee Island, acting bow In "Come Blow Your c

Mrs.Chesser.Next meet- the Army Counter.Intelllgence Castle will be In charge of the opening of a new College of En. he had lived In the Everglade Horn" as t cast replacement "inBroadway

Ing will be September 16th at Corps, In 1943.48, Scherman enrolled coffee pot. There I*no charge for glneerlng and offering of a area most of his life He is and hit made accent
survived his widow of Ever. .
the Harmony Shores Trailer at the University of Wives, GuestsEntertained this first lesson, which will be a master's degree In the Collegeof by appearance .in lumpy it". k, ,
glades; three brothers, Lout, great' nee to
get.acqualnted party. AU who seal
Park with Mrs. Allbrlght as Florida for additional graduate Education In addition( to the
and John and J.P. ..,
attend are asked to bring cookie of Everglades, o '""atyr.' t.cition pltiturt
work and first Increase In the number of
hostess.. accepted his large
Florida By or sandwiches for a buffet snack bound student In Brown, both of Naples; and seven """f,th I M fig your vtcilon
teaching Job as principalof college
sisters, Mrs. Boss BrownMr He I tow 01
after the lesson rjdur' if I just I the
FILMS FOR GERMAN TV a Junior High School Cocoa. ClubWives In announcing the formation of Florida. Enrollment last tall at Doris Burley/ Mrs. Pleamon ic, I ,or' I n, 'ret gifts and v ii
His bachelor's and master'sdegrees USF was 4,800.
Milton this class Brown, Mill Phleany Daniels, i, > thai art
NEW YORK (AP) were conferred by Kent Castle emphasized Many of the local students will i I' ; 'cant!
Mr. Joyce Williams, Miss Ruth t> i fr ''de' (alt guest
enter that
Roienitock: musical director of State University In K.nt. Ohio. guests were no knowledge of square danc. be living In four new residencehalls
"Funny Ctrl" is liking time out tamed by the Exchangltes at the ins is required. Instruction will Daniel and Mitt VernellDaniels
From Cocoa Scherman movedto being opened at USF this and the
for two month of filmmaking Sarasota, becoming principal Beach Club last night where they start from scratch. A few simple fall. all of Naples. FREE FLORIDA ORANGES
in had dinner and were shown the figures will be taught, and then Pallbearers were Adolph
Cologne, Germany.
of the high school. For the last
Three films wilt be made for two years he has conducted an much discussed film 'Naples Re the class will use what they have Stokes, Harold (Jlgfl) Brown DODGE FREE TRADING STAMPS

discovered' produced by S.F. learned to do an easy square Vernon Goff, Clifton Goff, Way. ,
exhibit on West German tele- Insurance brokerage firm In PRIVATE UTE, UTE SHOW FLYING and FREE FISHING
dance lit land Demur and Delton Uemere.Kiweni ,
vision. One will!! utilize five Sarasota, but the lure of the Brigg the following sessions, VMLLOUGHBY Ohio AP M' J'l''M, lAIr AND TACKlt
Everyone agreed that the plc.ture additional figures will be RIGHT at
song written by Kurt Weill and classroom after 18 years of then FREE AUTO TOUR
People produce "stn late.
with it* excellent photo.graphy and then they will be danced. International was 572 9th North ,
Mnwell Anderson for an uncompleted teaching experience brought him f t i tuf ri> GANT
late show, David lath it >fEast
emphasize the many ad. Members of the Sunshine Shuffler Detroit ,
to Naples to re-enter the teach.ing founded in 1915 st IAH ( ')RIOA' |
show bated on Ohio Gas Co told Willoughby -
found In the cf ha.
vantages city Square Dance Club will be on hand
"Huckleberry Finn the others profession. Hill Lions Clu : a FREE PRIVATE
; plea. Golfing, boating fishing to assist Castle > me r ,
Scherman has been a memberof PLANE
win u.e highlihta of Gershwin's shelling, swimming, blrd-watch. In the past the beginners'class ben. 0----
the National Association of "You areth NAPLESMIAMI I"NJkPLtt AND
"Girl Crazy Secondary Principals, the Ka. ing gardening, the Swamp Buggy has been held on Tuesdays.This producer.directorand I FLY JIN UATCAND
During Roienatock's: absence, parade and race are but af.wot year it was decided to try totally responsible for a I
tlonal and Florida Education As.sociaiions "
the "Funny Girl" baton will be the scenes. At least 20 different Wednesdays In order to reach dream the speaker said, "And I
and the Associationfor
wielded Paul activities found In this a dream .it a late show without ,
on Broadway by of Curriculum De. area are those who are unable to attend
Study "
Cienci shown any canmer "lab
relopment He has been a mem. Tuesday New
Year Round Schedule
Moose Wands won the Lucky Daily
ber of Klwanls and ToaJtmaster's
man' Jack pot. Philip N. Keyes
was welcomed as a new member.
The Schermans In Pint BLUE
Ridge. Other members of the OUR LOCAL CUSTOMERS 7.45 AM. 11130' A.M. 345 PM.:
a family are daugnteryCarol4who World population grows at the ado SIGN
In school rate of two persons per second Miami To Naples
will be a Junior high FOR DETAILS I
this fall, and son Jon, a ninth 7,000 year. an hour or 60 million a $2.50 OFF ALLPERMANENT 9y': A.M. 2115: P.M. 5:00: P.M.

grader.A : mertloM eel RetervetUKe. u say p.!.( !I. the wend

pow helrcut, sham**., NAPLES AIRLINES
favorite food of the Eskimos wan. LIVe TH =: COKPOMT10NOA'C

on Bank Island. .is TV dinner. Hearing Service *.*H vinf.1 M M..Met tr. )Ml. (A UOI Naples Alrtrt CeeuMrte I Miami Airport

The Canadian Arctic native Aid ft.U,rtn, Vr\U UAIJU muST M( 2- 2IT Ml J-.4J4 NB 44111

store the meal ins convenient K. I Oith fcinMe print. MI 1-143- I Naples Sheppisf Ceater ,Ue
CIt, Ticket of flee N*, Tote; Ages 4 Caraert
deepfreeze hole in the frozen i. o. Sun 41 MY tUII l Kwlk Chefc Shopping Ceatef Ia The Mooring ;



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f I f Red Trails to Viet Nam

i u'r' \ RAY CROMLEY
F ; BY
TUESDAY AUGUST 25, 1964 a Washington Correspondent

Newspaper Enterprise' Assn.

I How About A Commissioner Of Tourism? WASHINGTON-- (NBA)- The United States and South

Election of an official with cabinet ily that has vacationed in Florida fo' 0 Viet Nam have started a determined effort to seal off the
Ho Chi Minh trails down which North Viet!; Nam, i Red Ho
status to revitalize Florida's tourism and many years :an enjoy a vacation in lends military and political cadres, money, weapons and

Industry program, as proposed by wit France, Brazil, the Caribbean countries supplies south to the Viet Cong

nesses at a legislative subcommittee or even Hong Kong, China, if that I i n First steps have been highly successful.conducted U.S. guerrilla'
have a series of
hearing in Miami Beach yesterday, may their pleasure fighters ambushes leading that are beginning to bother the Reds.

seem slightly ridiculous at first glance As brought out at the hearing, the In essence. the U.S. guerrilla troops and their tribesmen

but the proposal may not be as sillyas Florida Development Commission is at allies are using Red tactics. They patrol the forests along
aide the Ho Chi Minh trails hit North Vietnamese soldiers
It looks a disadvantage under its present set.up. and supply teams coming down those forest tracks. They

Without going too deeply into the The commission's director and members MANY operate best at night.

matter of which industry brings in more are appointed by the governor and b ONGREffMfNt ,
live along the South VietNam
money to Florida agriculture or tourism usually change when a new governoris -Laos border. They know the area. They're Ideal guer

it Is perfectly safe to say that tourismIs elected. Continuity of effort is difficult nlla fighters when given U.S. training and weapons. They

one of the state's biggest income producers under these circumstances The com. lorm strong personal loyalties to individual Yanks
The hill tribesmen too, are vague on boundary lines. If
Without it, Florida would be, as mission also has been saddled with they infiltrate into Laos and catch the Reds before they

the saying goes, "out in leftfield without chores completely unrelated to its |job arrive in South Viet Nam no one is the wiser.

a glove." of promoting tourism and industry This new border trail fighting is Just getting Into stride.
It will be beefed sharply in the next six to eight months.
such up
The people of Florida are accustomedto as issuance of state bonds, handlingof
must the
One problem: U.S. guerrilla( fighters keep hill
electing a commissioner of agricultureto surplus property and regulation of men from different tribes In well-separated units Some

direct activities of that industry Why certain aircraft would rather fight each other than the Viet Cong

would it not be logical to elect a cabinet Since Naples and Collier County de This concept of a military alliance with native tribesmenis
a type of operation at which U.S. soldiers have excelledfor
member who would be charged with pend heavily on tourism for economic some time. Americans were highly successful with the

directing and supervising activities of sustenance, it Is hoped that the county s Shan tribesmen In Burma in World War II They organized

our great tourism industry? three Chambers of Commerce, motel associations back.hard-fighting groups of Meo tribesmen in Laos a few years

As pointed out at the subcommittee and other groups interested,

hearing, the Caribbean, Hawaii and other either directly or indirectly, will give TilE VIET: CONG REDS are expected to react sharply!

areas are luring more and more visitors some thought to the possibility, and feasibility They must keep the Ho Chi Minh trails open.
The and supplies coming down these paths prob.
away from Florida each year. These areas of electing a man, possibly to be ably account for less than 2 per cent of the tonnage the Viet

have mounted hard-hitting promotional called the "commissioner of tourism," /.s-: Cong use in the south and for only a relatively small percentage .

campaigns to attract visitors, and the re who would have state cabinet status and of the fighting men.

,;.... : .. .; .. :.: But the men and supplies Involved are critical items-
be .:
suits are being felt In the state's resorts. charged with looking out for the t: radios, mortars machine guns( specialist personnel, unit leaders .

With fast jet-plane service now available best interests of tourism Just as the commissioner noncommissioned officers, medical supplies campaign
around, who try to rob a man of
to in the world New of agriculture does for that The instructions and considerable sums of money.
any' place a Best of BoyleBY his dignity Will Rogers used tony Without these leaders Instructions and money, the sys
York secretary (just as an example) can Industry. 1 never met a man I didn't tematic direction and coordination of Viet Cong operations
for a very few dollars more fare and It will take much time and effort to HAL BOYLE I can't cay the same. But I would be much more difficult.
can say I never met a human
less than three hours additional time, establish such an office if it becomes being I didn't feel sorry for. I
spend her vacation in some foreign country apparent that one is needed but it EDITORS NOTE Richard ability acquired or Innate?" think this is a hard world, and I another It fleeing Viet Cong setup serves fewer
Huttner 16 purpose. gives fighters
a pupil at Horace think
human in
It at
"I every onetime
where the sun shines just as brightly is not too early to start talking and thinking Mann High School, N.Y., Journalistic think, he replied, "that or another, has ,a hard places to hide. Secret of the success of the Red guerrillas is

as it does In Florida, the hotels are just about it. Many Floridians will op- called on Hal Boyle as a class Innate, but developed ability Is by partially appli. time. The thing 1 admire mostis that when they're surprised by South Viet Nam troops they
assignment to can flee, either into the hills or across the border into Laos
write a profile. people who face life
as plush, and the service is sometimes pose it because of their sincere belief His cation and experience." with Cambodia.
profile appeared In the While courage, loyalty, and a sense of
to that available in Florida that it isn't The Overseas Boyle was at college, When the guerrilla become and
superior re necessary. state legislature Press Club bulletin. the University of Missouri humor," patrols large enough experienced -

must be convinced, too, and legislators aspired to become a teacher, he I "What are your pet tears?" enough, and when they expand far enough along
sorts.With By RICHARD HUTTNER the border they be able to cut off numbers of
may fleeing
faster than sound from where asked, "What made decideto "My tears? The biggest thing
airplanes sections tourism playsa NEW YORK (AP) I en. give up teaching In you favor of I have to fight Is a feeling of insufficiency Viet Cong after major raids by government troops and this

scheduled for commercial service in a small part In the economy will be tered the tremendous rectangular journalism f that I won't be will reduce the Importance of the Cambodia sanctuary. I

few years, the competition for tourists obliged to oppose it. Press room of The Associated "I got a Job with The Asso. able to muster the talent to do

will become even keener than it is As the let's Everything was alive elated Press. I feel I'd still like the work the way I'd like. My liberals.
now.F ern
advertising moguls say with action. to he a teacher greatest fear of all, however, is Because It was a work any mention of the I
r a few dollars extra fare and a couple just run that idea up the flagpole and| I approached a secretary, Inspiring because It's them tomorrow's column minimum, It would not Infuriatethe problem of reapportioning state

hours flight time American fam- how busy but attentive as I asked ki profession I "What would you like put on South legislative districts on the basis I
more an see many people salute her except motherhood, and The best evidence
the locale of Hal Boyle'sdesk. I' built for that. your tombstone?" I asked, nile that this of population] ,
Anyway, I was the language of political The Supreme Court had or.
th, urnalism l ing from the chair and picking
"Over there," she said, and was roman up my notes. compromise Is that Northernand dered this to give all voters a
no still do "
she pointed to the tar right-hand some days. "I'd like an epitaph Southern members of the more equal voice In their legls.
11.. aojle was born In Kansas saying,
corner of the office Platform Committee acclaimed latures. It could wreck
'Cone Home to Rest' with some
others City, :Jlo In 1937 he married an ar.
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSARTIST Boyle, 5 feet, 8 Inches tall, Mar 'r.I'" I"<. "t"WIG( and later row pointing upward." their work as a "unity" plat. present state political machines.

and 200 pounds, looked like a adopt 1 1.I .. tor. Tracy Ann. I laughed and thanked Boyle her.form and a winner in Novem. The Democratic platform not

miniature version of a profes. Dur rid I War n he was for the Interview only didn't back up the court, It I
sional' ootbklt lineman howeV. : It said but didn't attempt to
; -S surr' idett In, the.Medlter. We shook hands and 1 left, never mentioned reapportl
er, tale 62 years clearly wereb. ranean t and European feeling In fine spirits promise,.even If the Democrats ment. A Platform Committee
ginning to show especially 16 are In control that Congress
from which he wrote a dally col- should source said Johnson had sent
the breadbasket. change its rules to end
won, "Leaves from a War Cot.respondent's word he wanted no reference to
His thinning, brown hair, TheWorld filibusters after reasonable de. the subject because
In his
Notebook"Some view
o ,rr o J parted on the left side, receded bate The filibuster is the South. any position the
slightly from his wide forehead, of his exploits that occurred TodayBy erners' main weapon against would alienate |platform to<)k
giving an extra fullness to his during the war are still civil rights bills. farm voters. city voters or

pagWTr face. He had a broad, ruggedly famous today For example, on Ja".. MarloweAxoriitrd And, for the first time since
4W d t l YP r ad handsome nose and soft, brown the North African front, he "In.vaded" Press World War n, the platform
t a small Arab village omitted
eyes. any demand for new <

I I He sat next to me on the same throwing and candy from his Jeep ATLANTIC CITY, NJ. (AP) civil rights legislation.Even .

y side of the desk, where I could shouting The Democrats have laid though Goldwater voted QUICK QUIZQ
"Vote for Boyle, the son of against the 1964
observe his civil
every move. rights bill
down In and ,
a speech a plat.
AT WORK Clearing my throat and trying toll I, Honest Hal the Arab'spal form, the main lines they will the Republican platform on this Q- recent discovery
to emulate the professional interviewer subject seemed a little stronger relates to the ?
In the 1964 campaign. origin of man
Flckl.". DilUt Morning Ntwi DEMOCRATIC MONA LISA pursue
Along with Ms than
sparkling sense the
I asked Democrats.
my first A-The
But the platform showed the finding of remains
Maples Fort Worth St.-T.I'9.m l of humor
however, he also hasa While it
promised "full
controlling hand of President lm. believed to be those of the
"What Is your feeling as the genuine feeling of mankind Johnson, even though he was plementatlon and faithful execu. direct ancestor of modern
deadline that has earned him such titles lion of the
for each column civil
draws rights act
still in Washington, as much by man more than a million
as "the "
near?" Soldiers' Boswell" and what It left unsaid as by whatIt 1904, it went on to promise older than previous
years any
The Poverty Program He thought for a moment and "the For his Poor Man's Philosopher" pinpointed, "such additional , legislative ly known Discovered in the
slowly answered brilliant reporting he actions as be "
gesturing witha It's a may required. Olduvai
compromise document
Gorge of Tan
was awarded the Pulitzer But region
stout Prize the
powerful, right Index Democrats' platform
plainly Intended to ganyika the
prevent has
1 President Johnson's antipoverty poverty on several levels. Cost: $315- finger In 1945. par entirely ducked and here been new species
ty.shattering splits named
bill, hiving: been passed by 000,000. "Well, th \ time you Just I asked, "What" type of peopledo tries to avoid alienating ParticularlyIt Ne. Johnson's hand was plainly at man with ability'Homo habilis-
Adult Education: $29000000 In take a cold c. 'i 1, put It to your you hate? Though ready for
Congress la now ready to to Into Its grants will be available to states for head, and lOt.t quarrying. Ide. the worst, I hoped I'd catch him groes dwellers or or farmers.Southerners, city. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I
action Here Is a summary of off guard.
programs in basic education and lit ally, I supp I should get a Yet the
main features: eracy for adults, to be administeredby few culun in" ahead, get a back. He said nothing; but Instead, apparently, successful very conscious search, and for eeCh.anceRemarks i
HEW log. But I ,':-w only write on lit a lung, black cigar and ?
I For the Young People deadline LI uly Dickson said, puffed away as it his thoughtswere the harmony Democrats'here Is going. to make .ee. .

For Farm Areas 'Wine Is the gift of screws.' I In some remote Island duller than get togethereven A LOCAL YOKFL REPORTSThe
Job Corps: Boys and girls aged find the deadline squeezes the paradise last month's

18 to 21 will be provided work and Farm families will be able best out of you in a hurry." Finally, he answered. "I hat. "Republican, convention, where
forces +
kinds of centers. "In people who throw of Sen. Barry Gold. Naples Yacht Club
training at two to receive up to $1500 In loans for your opinion, Is Journalistic their weigh bar
inletely dominated
There will be small conservation and dining
land and supplies, and another $2.500 show. room will be closed,

youths camps,, where accommodating those most 100 scarred or so for nonagricultural enterprises to increase CARES MORAL Here are those main lines vot. starting Tuesday, Sept. 1 while
their Income. Nonprofit corporations tr :mm I ers can
I expect the construction
: Democrats
by poverty will work In parks and will be able to obtain eNl I SLE OPERA to follow is on the new addition
similar and receive remedial
areas BUT
money for setting up market cooperatives PEPSIN.wAGEDACROSS 1. Americans never had It so Karl says the
education. Larger training centers,
each accommodating 1,000 or more and for buying lands that \7\ Old ,ard AWE. VOW. I. I IN. good, and were never militarily pool will be open and the Dock-
could be divided Into small farms 1. Puhluh .. so strong, as under the Kenne. master will be
youths, will provide vocational trainIng game NEw E R M 0 A on hand to give
Funds available: $20000000 The Department 7. Dismay 'III Carl'; dy Johnson administrations
and education to the more fuel and oil
BARES service
adaptable. Skills taught will range of Agriculture will administer 12 Vindicate 41 MUll T The Democrats claim the long to boats

from clerking to mechanics. Enrollees the program 13, Relative 4!. Rornanlic HAM P f. H. DON f. E- est and strongest peacetime + SIGNS YOU'RE AGING

will be paid $50 a month.. The Migrant workers: $15.000.000 will 14. Gang figure Eo l- A. DeB I T .1. prosperity in our history When DEPT. :

first-year cost will be $190000000 be allocated to establish and operate 1) Eared leal 4'1' Iroquois ONO TEA, 0 8 I 2. Extremism will be a per. you see Rudy Vallee on a

for 40,ooo youths.Work.Tralnmr. housing sanitation education and genui Indians A GAT E 5 T A TIt slstent Democratic target current tv show and it reminds
child-care programs for migrant 16 Oiean 46 Imperfec' The platform condemned It of
you the
Program: Boys : days when he
farm workers and their families 17 Prior to non 5 E TON. TON i T f. specifically naming the Com. was the
and girls 18 to 21 will work In their
communities selected by 18.Srn"lIfllh 47 Rock ( NEE S ..R ACE R munlst party, the Ku Klux Klan Vagabond Lover and had the girls
on projects
19. Remarkable 411 Settle and the John Birch swooning
local organizations or governments for Small Busin'lIs1/ Society. Pas. with his crooning. .
expenses! SOLUTION Of YESTIKDAY PUZZLE tore said the Republicans have When
The Office of Economic Opportunity 23 you try to make a little
Rice fltId
: been
OEO), which will be the central Through the Small Business Ad- DCheer:'\/ 6 Football taken over by reactlonar. jolly
ministration (SBA) the OEO will 25 Contempt* I 10 Sour Its and extremists. calling a young tennis
administrative agency for the antipoverty -
campaign, will pay all or provide loans up to $25,000 for small 29.bfc word, abbr. 11.U. Swards The Republican platform 1 player "Ellsworth, and suddenly
businesses that cannot qualify for Siepi 2 B.ICIhanjil 7 BCiobesabvt. avoided repudiating extremism realize the
part of their salaries This Is to Eland or boy has never even
enable them to stay In school or loans under regular SBA terms. The 31. Ml organ, cry gazelle 20.Of lIod and, while Goldwater later said heard of
continue later. About 200,000 youths OEO is authorized to put in use up meat :I Porch 8 Arrowroot, 1alaithue he did not want the support of Ellsworth Vines one of

would be enrolled at a cost of $150 to $25000000: of the SBAs regular ::12 ,IT-, 4 Finish 9. Irrilan 21. the Ku Klux Klan, he did not do the oldtime tennis greats. Vines
spending authority. 34 Muhl I S Span of years fairy lreen the same about the Blrchltes. had
000000. The program will be administered 22. Sllk.orm, 3. The platform probably switched to pro golf
by the Labor Department 2:1ddluon: 10 promised new about the time the lad
for the Unemployed programs such as was born.
: s i of e expanded
Work Study Program: This will e r 1/ a letter
aid to When
?: education and broader e . the name Al Rogero
help 140,000 needy college students 24. :sear' meanta
Work-Experience Program: OEO I' facilities, to
.J a colorful
get part-time full time work on 26. Send cou hard-hitting Florida
or would transfer $150.000.000 to HEWto / pie which would mean
oft the of the cost 21 tt ithtn even Gator
or Part halfback
campus. set If broader not a former
up experimental projects to I'S' participation of the fed
will be borne OEO and the en- : 28. Sulfltt
by eral State Road
or give constructive work to government in American Board member who can't
tire program will be administeredby unemployed fathers or other needy 2 ij 11' "' 300atler: life. seem to
; gain much
the Department of Health, Education persons out of work : The Republican l yardage against
,. and Welfare (HEW). Cost: 'h") 10.1 J.l ; t 0 3:1: Astronaut's promised some new platform programs the Internal Revenue Service lads.
word ,
172500000 For Volunteer 11 .:. //1/5. 11 J' 34. loaa too, but because of Its heavy . If you can remember the days
on less
r'l For the Community The OEO will set up VISTA (Volunteers It J' s'u course town help and participation government it is basi when "bell bottom" trousers were

In Service to America), a ''i.J: :35.I call) different from the Demo. popular with young Americans. Now

Community Action Projects OEO corps of 6,000 people who will help '/IJI JJ ;%: % 39. Prefix'forH cratlc document). a teenager wouldn't be
will pay up to BO per cent of the cost establish and run the Job Corps, '
.. ten It was on some very sore Cubbjects : in trousers
st v with
i bottoms
of anti-poverty projects initiated work In various state and community ./ xf oJ, of' that large

and carried out by the communities programs as requested and workon 4r '_- l., 0 4 U'Lalr 40.Overornne form was most the Democratic cautious For plat In. enough to be donned without first

I -projects such as tutoring and trainIng existing Federal projects involving /y// alt Southern stance, civil: rights. taking off his socks. . When golf
recreation centers in mental health, migrant workers,
programs IS ,. t
promised "fair
0 effective was considered rich
; a
slum areas, and others. The emphasis Indians and others Cost: $10000- man's game.
u Aw enforcement' of the
Is on an over.all plan to combat 000 I" 1 ." ,' eec If you can remember when
-The National Observer : / : : : : : 46 Dri 1 sdrgtrr Rights Act of 19 4. This Is work-

__. .I hbt the least It could do without men were ashamed to turn out shod-
Per Itme 24 m'" u -01
alienating Negroes and North. dy work.1bt .

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Quit Singing Three Livestock Held COIUEK COUNTY NEWS Nipltt He' T.tto'ay' Aufurf 21 It44 5

Off Markets
a veil Just in case the queen

Years Ago To tegywwn County 4-H got "her dander up."
Study Act ma Prices Go Up Wanchl, In competition with

the professionals, carried off .er
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Take t It was to be his first extensive CORNING, Iowa iAP both second and third prizeIn

Philadelphia teenager off a meeting with the public In three Housewives were paying higher Boys ScoreAt the display of "one pound"
front porch, give him the handle years, during which, he has prices for meat In some cities jars of honey.
of Fabulous Fabian, make him Striven to escape the amm hilt, today as the National Farmers
a pop singer even if he can't that threatens all teelHp, idols Organization continued to with Joe Whltesell l I assistant county

sing, expose him to the scream The Fabian saga was etched> hold cattle from markets In .3 Institute agent who accompanied the
of frantic females, put him into Ui the hearts of millions of states boys to the Institute remarked, 'L

the bigtlme with veteran stars young girls-4iow he was d/seen.< Meat on the hoof was bringing "You can expect most anything .,
i 4-H
rev local
What happens afterwards? Bred In front of his own home the highest prices in more thana ilolloway from these 4-H Club memr1
In the case of Fabian, it Is a by the mentor of Frankle Avalon ear for those who did sell "- .I'i' 111\'III1tr! ,hashts"Queen"HI bers.,'
wonder that he didn't end up how he was manufactured However receipts were down i ,iw in he needs are some d

shattered as a person and for. Into a star In one of the greatest at major markets as the holding "bOo.s"Ycmi NEVER THE TWAIN 'I

gotten a* a personality. Now 21, selling campaigns since the Ed. action entered Its fifth da) Mid. c:: Hoiloway and Robert BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (AP) -
he seems to have survived. eel. WPlt packing plants were layingoff !1'1III'hl.i;i another 4-H Club Somebody' got their directions ,

Fabian had Just finished a His memory of those early employee, ncuiliei horn, Goodland, ate mixed in drafting a subpoena faa I'
role with James Stewart days "I don't I NFO President Oren Lee Sta. "
In remember any. tended the Bee Keepers In "Larry C, Seat" When
"Dear BrigItte". The lad was thing about the performances I ley at the organization's nation stitute" held last week end at deputies tried to serve the I'

preparing to leave on a tour to got on the stage, did the songs : al headquarters here said retail !\>Tth'p'/.tll'/ i, Lake I lacld and walked off subpoena at the address listed
plug 'Ride the Wild Surf," In and got off without the slightest t price Increases at this stage n
; with a number of prizes In they were informed that, "Thia
which he starred for Columbia. recollection of what had hap would be unjustified. lU'NMNC: : MAN, .Se'it kenneth ,
with 'la the ndemt of Larry East"A
Dened. He said It appeared that "re. B. Renting iK,N \ i n' competition professionalbee
"Every time I tall outlets ulll take : keepers The Institute was hurried trip back to the court-1
had to go be. unfair ad. nounccd that despite te:
State Economy fore the public I was terrified. vantage of the situation and battle promised by stron" actually scheduled for adultsIn house corrected the aituation. h

It's a strange feeling to find raise prices toward the end of opponents he was In the the bee Industry,but becauseof East win .. wanted aa a witness ,-jt

Shows Strong suddenly that wherever you go the week" race for reelection to the the success the two Collier a damage lUll a
there will be girls reaming Sporadic incidents of violence Senate County youths have had In bee

and tearing at you." occurred as truckers tried lode culture, they were Invited.
Upward TrendFlorida's But how long would the noto. liver meat animals despite the IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI!

rlously fickle teen-agers go on WZIc holding action Castro Building The boys came back telling
economy showed t buying Fabian was barely If At Duluth, Minn., retailers experiences they has as help CMC TRUCKS.
decided strengthening during the when he gave the matter some rON said fresh beef and pork cuts 2 Medium Range ers in the dining room where w
first six months of this year com. thought. were up as much as 10 cents a READYfor'64TB 1
pared with the same period In "The first time I thought that -, pound Missile Bases they worked for meals duringthe

1963, the Florida State Chamberof I might have a future In the act. In Boston two grocery chains MIAMI (AP-Two new banes, Institute, and each reports 'o:
Commerce reported in Its Ing business was when I did LONG CRUISE Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jordan First National Stores and for medium range missiles winning pil
Weekly Business Review re. 'North to Alaska' with John of Pittsburgh and Naples are pictured in the Stop and Shop said meat being built in Cuba, the e| It Ion. ENSINEEHINBINADhil7Ni'd
leased yesterday. Wayne" he said. "I got the first Verandah Deck, Forward Foyer aboard the famous prices are likely to go up later organization Sentinels of Lllwity Ilolloway finished third in I '

"Over all business activity, good reviews I had ever re. cruise liner "Gripsholm" during the cruise of this week. said today "Hive NailingConteat"andwasf ,

gauged by gross sales, was up celved." Swedish American Line's annual 47 day cruise to NFO members massed at Doth are on the north const ol t awarded the hive lie nailed up
9 per cent and bank debits were He decided to make a clean many marketing places Mondayto Oriente Province according to>1 frames and foundation wax to
the North Lands of the
break. He paid oft the contractwith Cape, Vikings, Russia and try to talk truckers out of delivering
10 cent last
over year.Totalbank the which rllImlunderround
per Northern organization, 'I )go with It, but more Import
deposits Increased by 8 his discoverer-manager. Europe. animals. It also said 1
per sources. bee him
He started serious study of dra. The announced NFO policy is antly a queen to start
that Russians
are the
directing '
cent."The total personal Income of mattes. And he stopped singing. to hold out for its price goals of construction 01 the road to a successfulbee [ J

Floridians was running 11 per He hasn't made a record In Drowns In but 11 Inches of water In it. $22.73 a hundredweight for No. 1 raising project,lie alsogot
cent higher than In 1963 and cash three years. Baby Justice of the Peace O.W. and No. 2 hogs, $32.43 for choice,.
farm sales were about one-third As part of his campaign for a Hancock as beef cattle and $29.43 a hun. to
new Image, he even proposed Plastic acting coroner dredwelght for sheep. It seeks
more. Savings and Loan Association Swim ruled the death be acci- I
resuming the use of his last to an contracts guaranteeing these
shares had moved 6 ;
up per
cent by mld.year, name, which Is Forte. drowning.She prices the same goal as In 1962 ** &
"Employment In nonJarm es. "But producers told me they Pool In YardHelen Is survived by her par when it conducted a 33-day hold. % ** N' .w.In.liM .1.! Miilnral N.w .lHl.,rt ,

tabllshments was 5 per cent over were buying Fabian, not anac. ents, two brothers Carl Eugene Ing action V.'f' WnoflUI Now Mrnnedweewl N.'. Mir.n.ljuMlmf N.w ,
1963. Gasoline sales showed a tor named Fabian Forte," he Louise Welch. 20- and George Joseph; anda Prices for hogs reached $20 at tt +tew krukMt N'.w mlMiM. lubric.U..I. - 6 per cent increase. said. "That's all right with me month-old daughter of Mr, and sister Mary Elizabeth, all of Chicago and Indianapolis and ukurlMlit Now' Vlckam with, Mnrl Ihrldr l., M Indies.kM. .il.<,! .

"New business incorporations as long as they keep buying." Mrs. John Joseph Welchdrown- Immokaleejher; paternal grandparents $19.23 at Omaha Monday. Prime tnillwil Ru 'l. rli>lil,,(II irarkl jj.
tn Al |>rh* M truck ktiMr ran awn
did not show up so well as they ed shortly after noon yesterdayIn Mr. and Mrs. John steers brought $28.50 at Chicago lc-U M* fur rmiiwIM. 1h.ni .
3 cent over Welch of 27.50 at Omaha and $27 at r-- :homm.lmtur wnltlni rwraa I*trfl ea
were up a mere per Slower Breathing a plastic swimming pool In Ottumwa, Iowa, and
1963. Animals breathe the back yard of their home. her maternal grandparents Mr, Indianapolis. soy '" READY TO GOl Jl
very Air conditioned 2 hath house
bedroom 2 thooln
"While a small part of near ,
slowly during hibernationand The baby had been seen play- and Mrs. J.D. Klbbey of Immo- ONLY $1799 02
Florida's gain Is a result of low their hearts beat. Ing In the yard only a few minutes kalee. lings abound in sphagnum b..*l rintp. Florid room rod barbim. tiimplilf ilh
figures In 1963, the most of the scarcely muss, cotton grass, black spruce
before her body was discovered Funeral are kitchen appliances, draprr. and ettra (In.Uhrd LUFF GMC
Increase Is very real and the For these reasons, they sometimes arrangements and Labrador lea The bog i>fCape rarpitinir >.
florida gains stand out well aheadof ) will die if they are In the play pool which pending at the Earl G, Hodges Cod support cmnherrie, riMim off carport $1.1,7.10. Gases; | financing, no e\*

national averages." awakened roughly. was only 16 Inches high and had Funeral Chapel in Naples. thuKC of New Jersey,blueherries. rlonlnc ro.la. immediate occupancy fall 2-39)7. 421 Temporary Ninth LocatKn St., N. W


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With Returning SquadG l Gives New Life To BroncosFORT

G \ (AP- Coax h i I Quarterba' k Tom Shannon In. COLLINS, Colo. (AP) and Giant rookie Ray' Kabala ,of
Rat Graves plans platoon foot. jured a finger on his throwingi i Whether It's for two rears or Texas A&M at center probablwill \ SPORTS

hall from the start of i I hand, the left one, in a late whether It'* forever Jackx Lee be the front line. Harold 01-
I I\i act!'e this week. summer baseball game Guard is a sight for tore eyes In Den son and Jerry' Sturm will\ be the

The squad of 80 virally plan., Jim Berchardt had a hernia op r. Jack Faulkner. the Bron swing men.Faulkner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..
ers i will pose for photographers oration COSO roach, Is like a kid \\ltha Is high on corner men

Wednesday and begin regular Fullback John Felber. a soph, r icu\ to\ Willie \Vestt acquired irom Bur 6 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS N.pIH. Fie. Tu .diy. Augutt M, 'l44
work Thursday.. omore, Injured his right hand : .. "I'll take Lee anxvax I car. falo, and Willie Brown, a second l
"Bii ring injuries, I think wave e'while at work with a pipe fitting eel him," said Faulkner '1r year man from Grjmbllng

.1 squad pretty well adapted ., firm. lie lost some tissue ... 4. ..., t I.':' rids businessou (o along from Goose Gonaoulln plax t the right

to platoon football," Graves i I from two fingers. ._....._ .. .. '- .'.11 to tear Who knout? Aftei, safety PlansTo
said The rest of the squad Is ex. I'oears! maybe xxe can ret Tommy Janik Is out ot action McCune With

He will divide the group Into I pectsd to be In good shape and "; i'f'. 'im au\ a'''. rom( them anxuix for a few. weeks wart a "noul "
offensive and defensive units,,, ready to go at full speed In get ( .."..' -,<,'&.."" t'rn I not, going to 1I'0rl'aboul while Norm Bass 'toimei, Resign His
and that Is the way they will I t ting ready for the opening game ", to. ,,',;.."' ...., h" ens Horn now.I '." Kansas City pitcher, Ithtl.t.( .
be oarhed. Self 19 her against SouthernI era ... the \o, 2 quarterback ben eran Bills Atkins tot the Job The

Under the new rules, Craves I Methodist. 1 i ueorce Blandj it Houston Leon Maxllx, signed bx Dense, Recreation Post
figures the platoon system will I,, The 25 lettermen Include nine rl' tI.US sent to Denver or for both football and baseball, ,
work about 90 per cent of the i seniors and 14 Junior. There IsI i t.\o. en loan pith the under will be a reserve defensive Ron McCune says he Is re. Pros
time. Most of the other time will I I more experience than last sea. Stan line he l II to be turned back back signing as recreation assistant \.
be in kicking situations son at most positions. Only the to the Oilers at that time Two e\.Neork Jets endEd effective September 1 lo go Into

"Around the punting game, guards: are short of depth. "This fixes us a jux who can Cooke and tackle Charlie full-time television repair work. There were 28 seconds remalning .
the players will have to learn Three Junior college\ graduates lead us,"' said Faulkner. "It is Janerette, will be on the defen. McCune Joined the Naples Rec. on the clock. Cleve

both offense and defense," he may figure In the vanity pic. the first real experienced qiur. sl\e line with Rat Jacobs and reatlon Department In May 19G3. land's Lou Groza calmly linedup
said "They will have to be able, ture along with eight or 10 soph. terback we've had since I have Leroy Mooore or Chuck Gavin He says he has enjoyed) recreation Ills field goal attempt with

to protect the punter and to re, omores. OLYMPIC PRACTICE C E Yang been here, except Frank Til. The linebackers from left to work, but now finds It nee. the Browns trailing the Los An.
turn kicks" The Junior college grads are Olympic puck,t. right will! \be Tom Erlamlson, essar)' to elevate his part-time geles Rams :28.27 In the National
Four lettermen and, Mike Wax man of Miami, a decathlon favorite, leaves stalling blocks at UCLA "We really needed help at Jerry Hopkins or Mol 1'M.lt.. TV repair business to full time. Football League championship
Ising sophomore will start one prom.. guard who lettered at Syracuse athletic field in Los Angeles! while Ilafei Johnson, quarterback John McCormick aszak and Jim Fraser. the He and Jim Croak plan to opena game

late or be hampered In practice the In 1962 and graduated this year 1900! decathlon champ, symbolically\ describes the had :a knee operation last leaf. league's leading punter. Mingo repair shop soon lit East Naples As Gro/a .approached\ ball

early stages from Dade Junior College at action Ma a model! of the communications satellite.A and Mh kex Slaughter had a dls. does the place: kl<'king. for the alMmportant kick, on

Halfback Jerry Newcom. Miami; Bob McCullough, a cen. real! satellite is expected: to relay live television located shoulder list season We Recreation Director Julius the sidelines, the Browns al.

.r will be Inactive until mid ter from Mount Dora, and coverage of the Tokyo Olympic games to the had to to with Don Breaux, If Lesser reports that the City Is read' were heaving! their helmets .
September after an appendecto. George Kevern, a halfback from United States. Breaux had been hurt last sea. looking for someone to fill the In the air in a sign of vie.
my. Halfback Jack Harper hada Apopka, both graduates of son xxe would have had to use BaseballRoundup vacancy tobe caused b)' McCune's tory.

bad case of the mumps re Northeast Oklahoma Junior Col. Lionel Ta)lor at quarterback: resignation.: That was 13 years ago, and
cently.. leee, Lee will have a fine target Inn \ McCune has lived In the Na. Gioza Justified the Browns' con
Bag Limitlore! In possession But the bag ca I split end Tailor who h.llll'd the pies area three years He Is mar. fldence, kicking! the winning
klwaukee have Include up to two of either red- pass receivers In each of the fled and has twin 13.ear-old field goal.

signed pitching\ ,juth Whitlowftyitt Liberal For New heads or canvass backs, or oneoleach. r AFL's four years Bill\ Groman sons, Terry and Ronnie, and another Once again, Monday the

through 19655jeep. These ducks were completely i, Is behind Taylor, B7 THEA.iBOCIATD : son, eighteaiold Mik.*. Browns expressed their confidence .
Waterfowl Season protected last season i., Matt Snorton, a rookie from The faintly lives at 3930 Coco.. In Gro/a, now a 40-yeai...
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Hunters south of Slate Road 5 0) Michigan State, probably will PHEW nut Circle North. old veteran uf 18 professional
Florida Game Commission set today can have: up to four Florida L oust Tom Rychlec as tight end Rico Cart of the Milwaukee Before coining here, McCunewas football seasons, b)' trading
WHY RISK 'EM ? a 40-day waterfowl hunting ducks a day Instead of two. Bob Srarpltto Is the flanker buts Braves admits he was a bit In marine electronics In Ml. rookie kicking specialist Dick

season opening Nov. 25 that In. The bag limit on geese 1 Faulkner has come up with a overanxious about breaking ;ami for three years. Prior to Van Raaphuist lo the Dallas
NO RISK 'EM Mudes slightly more liberal bag raised from two to three by federal 1, speedy rookie In Odell Barry of Into organized baseball t that, he worked for the Federal Cowboys for an undisclosed
limits authorities. The overall I I Findlay He signed with Just about ev Aviation Agency in Indianapolis, draft choice

CALL NOW KM MST..t In one major change, the commission goose population was reportedto I Fullback Billy Joe and half. ery club in the Dominican R... |In charge of search: radar equipment There had been speculationthat '

EXPERT SERVICE fixed the opening hour be increasing, although Flor,, backs Gene Mlngo Charliee public And with San Franclsi i at the airport there, Van Kaaphorst, a 10th
of the season at sunrise Insteadof Ida's share of wintering I Mitchell and Hewrltt Dixon will And Cincinnati. And he had his He graduated from technical round draft choice fiom Ohio

NORISKCHEMICAL noon, the starting time for continues to drop. handle the running. runaway pen In hand, ready to i schools Chicago and Indianapolis State tutored by Gio/a, would
several seasons. The bag limit on coot remained Eldon Danenhauer and Jim sign with St. Louis, when Milwaukee ] and has been In electronics replace his teacher as the

CO. The season will run throughJan. atlO.Farmer Perkins at tackles, Tom Nomina protested work since 1940. He has varied Browns extra point and field
MONTH 1Y00Deg4e.TMrwesdA 3.The. and Bob McCullough at guards But the Braves haven't pio-1 Interests Presently he Is dl r. goal kicker.

GUARANTEE NY M bag limit on ducks remained outfielder Dave Phil)ley ,tested since ector of the First Methodist "I feel good this year and will

MJ 2-4T48 .......... _fALIS-IKMVICSt. ... at four a day and eight scouts fur the Houston Colt ,43s. A 24-)'ear.old outfielder mak. Yank Tennis Ing a bid for Rookie of the Year |football and basketball orrletal.Nicklaus' Groza. ''1 never work on the
. . . . . eee . . . . . . . . .' . . . . e . . .1 t. . . . . . . . honors In the National League, principle of leaving! .

Carty slammed five straight "I'll probably be around until
Stars One-Third hits a homer, three doublesand Golf they sweep me out."
a single as the Braves
Take For Year They may never sweep him
walloped the first, Phila
Toward Goal out of the record books.
Way delphla Phillies 12-9 Monday
night. Over $100,000DUNEDIN The alltlme leading scorer In
the ML Gro/a holds
CHESNUT HILL, Mass (AP) Carty has hit like that In the (AP) The $2,900 1 league records, and his seniority eight
Dennis Ralston and Chuck Braves' chain ever since they Jack Nicklaus won in the Amer.
as a pro dates back to the oriel
McKinley, the young men who took his Ink well !
away by ap.' lean Golf Classic Sunday pushedhis nay Browns lit the now defunct
returned the United States to pealing to the late
George total winnings for the year to 1 All-American Conference.
world tennis supremacy, are Trautman, then the president of almost $100,000.The .
Groza will be shooting to lilt
one-third of the way home to. the minors. Professional Golfers' As..
1,000-point mark in his ML
a ward an Impossible goal Seems that Carty "I was sociation reported Nicklaus has 1 career this season lie has
"Mission one.thlrd accom. Just a kid and I didn't realize
i banked $99,117 while winning 3 1 scored 987 176
points on field
pushed shouted the 22.year what I was doing" had signed I of the 20 tournaments In whichhe 543
goals extra and
old Ralston after he and McKin.
with the Estrellas club In the Do. competed. touchdown.

1- ley had demolished the English mlnlcan Republic before wielding Arnold Palmer, who won $3,. The touchdown came on apass
duo of Mike Sangster and Graham his pen for, the Giants! and I 300 for a third place finish in from Otto Graham In 13 ..
l fill Stillwell 8.3. 6.2, 6.4 Mon. Reds. The EstrellaS club Md I the American has earned' $93,. on a since outlawed:; tackle I eliglt! s
f day and captured their third sold Carty to the Braves. 743 In 21 tournaments and Tony ble play.

National Doubles Tennis Cham.. Against the Phillies, Carty' Lema Is third In the standings! One other trade was conclud.
plonshlp. doubled In the first, singled In i with $70,938.
ed during the day as the 22 pro
A iI ) z "Our goals for the summer," the second, homered In the i Others in the first ten are: football clubs trimmed their

i Ralston said, "have been this fourth and doubled In the fifth i Bill Casper Jr., $64,886; Ken squads to get down to the 45.:

,' win the national doubles and re. and the seventh, lifting his average Venturi, $53,840; Gary Player,' player limit by the Tuesday
tire the cups. Then Forest from .31? to .323 with the i $52,949; Juan Rodriguez $46,.1 deadline

\N Hills spurt while bringing his home 728: ; Mason Rudolph, $43,612; The Green Bay Packers re.
That's where the quest be. run output to 13 and his runs i Mike Souchak $37,333, and Bob duced their squad below the
FJ ; comes Impossible. batted In total to 56. Nichols 37087.
a 4II by trading veteran defen.
can't both win The loss '
"Naturally we trimmed the Ph III les sive lineman Urban Henry to
1 the singles but we'll both be lead to 6'/j'
I .. w games over the San the Pittsburgh Steelers for a fu.
1t4 trying" Ralston said. "One of Francisco Giants, who broke a AI Wets, and added two more In I ture draft choice.
us should win it. tie for second place with Cine In.
the third on singles by Rich Rol.
"Then here's the Davis Cup. natl by defeating the Los An.
line Tony Ollva and Zoilo Versalles.
We've got to show that it was geles Dodgers 4.2.:: In other NL .
Then they held on as the
no fluke in Australia by keep action, St. Louis whipped Pitts.
White Sox muffed their
= .. ing it," burgh 5.1 and Houston blankedthe oppor 0
J tunitles.
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I I 23 and Ralston 22.year.old .
\ McKinley Chicago Cubs 2 0. .
.t The White Sox had! the potential State
} Southern Californiastudent The Chicago White i Sox r
In the sixth
tying runs on
; Iii 1t. were the key factors in meanwhile, lost an opportunity but Jim Kaat picket I Don Bu-, dBy
the Unites States' Davis Cup to gain ground on American League
ford off first to end the Innlnc. >
triumph a year ago and are the LeagueJeadlng Baltimore, fall
Chicago then dosed to within
principal figures In the defense tug two games behind the Orl
one run In the eighth but rellev,
against the winner of the Swe. oles after a 4.3 loss to Minnesota ASSOCIATED PRESS
er Al Worthington got Moose
den.Australla interzone matchIn In the only game on the sched
Skowron and Buford! on short W. L. Pct G.B
Clevaland next month. ule.
files with the tying run on third. Orlando 32 23 ,5R2! -
led 16 hit Milwaukee
The ease with which they dls. Carty a -
Bill\ White hit a two.run homerfor St. Pete. 32:: 23 ,582! -
patched the Britons-the first attack against five Philadelphia
the Cardinals in the 32 24 .!i71 'I' ,
In eighth TamjaFt.Lauil'le
English pair to reach the finals pitchers. Hank Aaron chipped
homer and three and Ken Boyer followed with ZR 211 ,!iOO 41/' .'
since 1903 Indicated they with his 22nd
J were ready. Neither lost his runs batted In while Eddie another homer, taking the Miami 27 29 .4R2 !51,.'.
collected three hits pressure olf Bob Gibson, Gibsonwas Sarasota Zi! Z8 .472 G
serve or was in danger of doingso Mathews
Wes Covington supplied most working! on a 2.1 lead at Daytona Be'h.22 31 .415! 9
that lOlnt and wound with Lakeland :20: 32 .385!
I It was the third doubles of the fireworks for the Phillies, [ up a 1012Moml..y's
iraasor six-httter while striking out 12. Results
championship for the two-pre. driving In six runs with twc
vlous victories came In 1961 and homers and a pair of doubles. Pitcher Bob Bruce, who al. Orlando at Tampa pnd., rain
1963-and retired the silver bowl Clay' Dalrymple also homered lowed only two hits, got the Sarasota 3, Miami 1
emblematic of the champion. Colts winning rally started In St. Petersburg 5, Fort Lauderdale .
for Philadelphia.
the eighth with 1Daytona
ship. The last duo to win three Inning a singleoff
were Bill Talbert and Gardnar The Giants put It away Lou Bu rdette. Walt Bond'ilingle Beach '., Lakeland 4

Mulloy who won their third title against the Dodgers In the first and an error on the play Tuesday's Games
r in U 6."Denny. Inning with a four run outburst by Billy Williams let both runs Orlando at St, Petersburg

and I are at the top of I helped along by Tommy Davis' score Hal Woodeshlrk pitchedthe Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland

our games," said McKinley, 'error on a Willie Mays liner. ninth for Houston after Miami tt Tampa
Bruce hurt his back. Daytona Beach at
who plays out of San Antonio, That produced one run, a Sarasota

grounder by Orlando Cepeda HE'S A TRAINER NOW I
TexTheir doubles triumph, engineered drove in the second and Jim Joe
Renal the Brooklyn-born Brunt< t-erriri' walnut Hill farm
in Just 50 minutes com Hart finished things up with a jockey who led Garden State thoroughbred. Now 40, trainer
pleted a sweep of the titles for two run homer. Park'i rider when the track Rienti has been ..lIocsled, with I
the United States and marked The Dodgers scored their only
Special opened in 1942 hat .taken. over Bill Stephen.
the first time In 10 years It had runs in the first on a homer b>'

been accomplished. Willie Davis, then were shut out i

The sweep was set up when the rest of the wax bv Jim Duf] Baseball Standings I
the California duo of Blllle\ Jean falo. Duffalo, who hadn't
Moffltt of Long Beach and Mrs pitched< a Complete game since
Karen HanUe Susman of San his first major league start In National LeagueW. American League
Diego upset top-seeded Australians 1961, allowed onh six hits. L. Pct G.B. W. L. Prt. G.B.
COLLEGE STUDENTS WILL APPRECIATE REGULARLY Margaret Smith and Lesley The Twins scored twice In the Phil.'phla 76 48 .613 Baltimore 77 48 .616 _

Turner 2-6, 6-2: 6-4 for the worn, se< ,j' d Inning against the \Vht! San Fran 70 r> .560 6V Chicago 76 !M ,598 2
RECEIVING NEWS FROM HOME WHILE THEY ARE AWAY en's title Sox with the aid of ai' error b\ Cincinnati 69 55 .557 7 New York 71 52 .577 5
St. Louis 66 58 .532 10
Detroit 63 63 .SOS 13Vj
AT SCHOOL. WHY NOT MAKE CERTAIN THEY GET IT Pittsburgh 64 61 .512 12'i' Minnesota 63 62 .504 14

BY SENDING THEM THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS FOR 1 Milwaukee 63 60 .512 12'i' Los Angeles 63 66 .488 16
Los Angeles 60 63 .488 ISVfc Cleveland 60 66 .476
YEAR. INSTANTHOT Chicago 57 68 .456 19'/i' Boston 58 68 ,460 19i/2'

ONLY $10. Houston 55 71 .437 22 Washington 50 78 .391 28U

,: t. , R::11. WATERYou New York 42 83 .336 34V4 Kansas City 48 77 .384 29
.', ', l" Monday's Results
goMont obtod of the Milwaukee 12, Philadelphia 9 Monday's Results
PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY BY CALLING a demand. because o gal htotirrtcovfs St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 1 Minnesota 4, Chicago 1

hot water ai quickly' Houston 2, Chicago 0 Only game scheduledToday's
Midway 2 2107 ASK FOR THE CIRCULATION as it'i used Gas ha a fair re- San Fran. 4, Los Angeles 2
cokfv 'Q'f If' heat water up scheduled
to three tones facer than other
Today's Games Loa Angeles at Kansas City N
w beaten and at ls cost, toot New York at Cincinnati N Minnesota at Chicago, N

: Call us today for debts, Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N Cleveland at Baltimore, N

t San Fran at Los Angeles, N Washington at New York N
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Philadelphia at Detroit at Boston, NWednesday'
I Chicago at Houston N

Qb! olliet' TROPIGAS. Wednesday's Games Games

New York at Cincinnati N Loa Angeles at Kansas City, N
oral vr Pittsburgh at st. Louis N Minnesota at Chicago, N

I Ml I 1,17SI NAPLES Chicago at Houston\ N Cleveland at Baltimore, N
j San Fran at Los Angeles N Washington at New York
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American Airways was hit early

toda by an AFIXTIO Transport

Workers Union strike after a .

breakdown, in negotiations :,

aimed at averting a walkout of "',':t Bv VICTORINE Ml'RPHVIt '

tome 12,000 emplo).... federal : may be too early to pre. at Goodland reports that Hunting.;

mediator said negotiations had _______ diet a heavy fall run of grouper ton Klngsbury of Naples fishing Midway 2-2107

reached an "Insurmountableimpasse. off-shore in the Gulf but present with Ruppert Vernon of New York

." signs presage a good sea. City, boated three tarpon on one I

Union members began walk. son on the deep-sea tropical fa.verities. day last eek. All three silver

kings ire being mounted and'. - - -
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after negotiations between union From the SportSpot at Crayton will be shipped to New York for

and management leaders broke n n___ Cove, Ed Towell co-owner of the trophies Yemen's cam.room.90th r i |-AnnouncementsVrias 1 13-Help Want. Female 45-Trailers For RentT".I.

off Picket lines were set marina that both grouperand Vernon and Klngsbury had TV
up at reports Beauty :Sulon:; OS 0 *114. 0,111
Pan American bases on both '"TOY" LASER Gt'N-Dr Arthur L Schawlow a Stanford cobia in large numbers haft IS silver kings on during theirday' 1071 SIN .,. SouthCorner STENOGRAPHER Good Short, 110. a week Space It o *...

coasts. physics professor, is able to break the dark 'Bugs Bunny"balloon moved In a lot closer to short tarpon hunt but lost 12, .I |lth Ave SPIN havul! avO voh'5 1ypur.eureP1..I condition, inPi Rock C,... TP ,ler Park42db

. said (which absorbs light) without breaking the trans this Stephens reported. Street Ml I tt> .nt' 'rt Permanent
The company In advanceof summer than In past years I/IS tl tot "l"do ol 0"l.l, Ave Ml I I11
the walkout that a strike parent outer balloon (which does not). His gimmick: a low. and that some excellent fishing The presence of large numbersof .", '/ it 49-Hous For Rent

probably would ground all Us energy laser built into a child'i toy gun. The amplified\ lightof for these species might break sharks In waters of the Ten :Boats-Motors Accei.II .

Its laser bore holes the hardest substances. loose at Thousand Islands over the week 14-Help Wanted Male Isle llth SIHtLI NORTH
flights. planes carry about the can through any time < kedroorr bath ...".111. at
1\\ Ii.000 persons dally ? "Anglers have been making end kept fishing for snook and .Inboard toot Chnt Can Craft b sassy with,rt M water hp once tlll> CAII "4i lilt tf
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The union Is seeking a 15 per good catches only five miles oft trout at a minimum accordingtoMrs. at Spoittpot I'll lot Want Chain Survey wan to, Wig t.rn.inplvwot mauland GuosI hOmmsr Sm.1I stilt'sIu.I.sh.d I

cent pay raise, Improved vaca. shore," said Towell. This Harold Whltfleld who with 17 foot fiberlai boat with MHP ,: on Marco island: 500 pOI, .n. 2 3101. '

tlons, a shorter work week and Polyunsaturated Diet For Is a lot closer to land than last hr husband operates Ship AhOY at full. top.enine'and Hurricane I,diurta.l'o trailer. for, 0'C.II 11.I1. M.23.14"1,..: ., MI PuS SlOt lit 5,153 Cl

other fringe benefits for the year or previous seasons. I Goodland. tele or trade Call 2 US' .' Gu.tt "00" for "..t. t Bedroom .

maintenance, ground service feel certain It is a sign we will Despite the appearance of the 5.3310. '/lt t' Hoc bOb'"wanted t Liieolt' Apply HaiellNipln mpenon completely' furnithed. cell
employes and flight service per. have some good grouper fishing scavengers In Goodland and m. Botton Whaler Jtoppmf. Cent.r Ml 2H1 l/ttf
IIIncidentally Marco waters anglers out after boet 4J 14" Mercury Motor. H.ol. Mason 1 1I.oom cow
ionnel It represents. this Ride, Guide .,..,,."( 4 Contoie. CAPA.L.I ADULT "nab *,th 111.1 lun.I".d $15 pin wanth.uluroabot .
About 1,100 to 1,200 employes Mink Changes Pelt ShadingNEW both grouper and redS had real field day Mrs. bucket ...,.. Like. new. Call toed rtforrncet who hat ability' 160 on: 10 to (.
cobia of Whltfleld reports.A Ml. 24007 after I P M. '/2> M I lo cover I". human tide of ,,,. 54577I
\\alked off their Jobs at 2IS: fishing In the vicinity nrwt Mutt k. eood on typo
a.m. at New York's John the artlflcal reef has accelerated party from Fort Myers and 5 i ler m,> well:i with: peoplenrt I bdrm u.'l."< shrd home with
F. polyunsaturated acids vi. 5-Buine Oppa. .. carport' m'., p, v 'I<* r,ult Call
YORK fatty fu
(AP) Some ptnsacola fishing with Capt. rvtpri accuracy
Kennedy International Airport during the past f.w weeks even An.lVr.mi Mi'l'K" kilO II
the union said 'I minks are going in for that pol.tamlns A, Be and E, with other though anglers havent been out Hank Keith aboard the "Cheryl Good S.."".... Few hour Na County'' ',,lob. 10.WIo Ill COla AUA..I."I

yunsaturated bit. unspecified Ingredients. Ann" boated nine reds pie* atamp machine' route t:II t( Yet we have another P Bedroom '
About the same time, the un. In force to greet them averaging $) ale ceth Write Pen 17)2Ml : home for rent ,.,..,*".d.
Ion called 2,500 of its members The idea Is to get more lus. There's a report from usual. Towell also reports that seven pounds each. The pair, Collier County Newt12Help 11.I.. ".." wanted Opportunity City Wale, TV Cable. 2111Pmeland

1 trous and dense fur. This may ly reliable source that one Man. schools of mackerel k.W. Hannah and Lamar Law. 1111 'I Ieradwan.menlp,5. H W Watkint, Ml
off their Spanish
Jobs on the Pacific are benefit* Apply at Imperial 2 4in a/* tf
Coast and Hawaii. About 150|I brighten the lives of minks very hattan corporate executive is beginning to show up another tenet, also managed to snag Wanted Service Station, North

pickets marched In Miami the little. But it gladdens some sprinkling the powdered mlrra. sign that conditions in the Gulf tight snook 16 trout one grouper Trail all H 50-Room* For Rent

union said. mink farmers first; and later, coat on his breakfast cereal. He are beginning to get favorable. ajid one tarpon which was r.. ADULT PfcHiON. mala. or ,lo. Cameraman dripper Top

it should please the ladles too. thinks the tufts at the side of his leased. male capable of Ji.ndlme... proofreadme Sass.Must quality work required. permanent Room for 0"1 'II Woalo, "om.
Pan America da>k on .
operates no petition Write or call call 11.I1 2 41,1' 1:71 SI
domestic flights but files to The polyunsaturated fatty otherwise bald head are grow. NIGHT FISHING Phil Simmons, captain of the ... ldy aood habittknow " Mr. Hartlord'. Naplat Printing

points throughout the world acid diet was thought up orlgl. Night fishing for snook In the I|,'Hesperus," also out of Ship .spoiling..0...'"and Write work Collier oatilywith Co 1'20. Naplat atSoon5 Florida Ml. 2 tSJI 51-Wanted To Rent

nally for dogs, with the look of ing faster. Ahoy likewise reported some County Newt Coo IMF ASS
vicinity of Pass has
from New York, Miami, Chica.go Wiggins ,.2'" It thnouso 21 I. .
Washington Seattle Wash their pelts In mind rather than But he won't be sure until fall, been "excellent" of late, ae:. rood channel bass action. With l.arn Laundry Butinet* Muttk 1 Coup 11.1"wIh.s..r .o"d..on'0 or I b.oom.Pr.Ioranburnslnd
the condition of their because In hot weather hair 13-Help Want. Female ii willing worktr and want .
Portland, Ore., San Francisco hearts. cording to Harold Sabia,coownerof John Griffith of Miami aboard st.ady yoaraneun it worl, 50 '..a. Gull .,'.
Los Angeles and Houston, Tex. Next, the feed mixture was glv. grows faster anyway.Catholic Bud Hogue's Gulfcoast Fish au large reds, 30 snappers and CAPAaLi ADULT. t.m.li. 10 c.ul.nlchanc. 'or adanC.w.ntI "OiI.Ilartmo."... g O.'ob.P 0' 100- NfCo.'tacl to,.
en to horses Then some mink a mixed catch of flounders fit Into eipandmi newt department 0 *uprviory petition In Short Napi.a 11. St
union said Camp on Horse Creek.
The the
2,700 em. farmers to ...n.'. women s .id*. time Apply' at Prether, Laundry
in Japan heard about it Sabia fine snook Shaepshead and trout were well ..ndwit She tf
ployes It represents at Cape reports some Mutt b* akle to type
and tried It out. Now they are SchoolsIn caught plainly, I end accurately 53-LUting WantedHave
the full
Kennedy Fla. would take fishing during moon
.Prevlou new. eipanenco .. Retired or tami retired man
| part In the strike. The union has reported to be ordering It by the period and says grouper and. able, but not vital' fuJ por' wanted for retail paint Ito.. ,
: fo icnt home
i, .. buyfv low
St. AugustineAre REDS THICK show Pull >al Full or part time work
a no.strlke agreement with the ton.The Cobla. are providing plentjfbfaction sot Write Collier County Experience I'.COIl..11'' Ir"d" in tail Napl.' ( oll.o, CoiKly
Japanese said the polyun. King Crom Roger Sutllff and time wooS , NewS Unity <>! ?" Iho Toml l l/Hll
federal government affecting and running to larger sixes New* Bo. IMT A 12 Sf111 urn. to Collier County
saturated fatty acid diet 1m. IntegratedST. Port Dobbs all of Klaleah fishing a,. in* A n '/11 tf
missile site workers. The Cape in the Gulf.Caxambas. ,
57-Houte Sale
Kennedy union members workon proved the shading of sapphireand AUGUSTINE fA*) -Two Pass and the Gul. 'with Capt. George Teaney, found

launching pads fueling mis pastel mink. American of the city's Catholic schools llvan Bay area are providing reds really thick In waters off 1 Invettmentt HIV4ft. !ALa

sUes and maintenance. mink farmers are trying it now started registering Negroes' Mon their usual abundance of Cape Romano. They reported woman. NO SROKtR .
on tarpon ATTENTION w.",.. person man or Owner must tell three bedroomt .
Also unaffected the union and say it also increases the day for the upcoming fall term.It catches these days, the only thing back to the Goodland docks with d."rou.: of ....11.". return on bath home ,m THE MOOR.
body weight of their animals.As thor mv.tlm.nt Inv.ttm.nt it INO"' Central' heat and
excellent catch of reds
will be the first Integration M as
said, will be charter flights for again lacking being a scarcityof wall manaiad. preftabl." chain .ondtmOnir" ,,'p.I.". thrOugh.Sst .
the Military Air Transport Serv. every woman knows, minkIs :of Catholic schools in the area. anglers out after the silver Well aa snappers, trout and YOUNG of Franchned Automobile, Aen ....111 ; kedroomt Com

a very Important It.m. School officials would not com. kings. flounders. A impound jewflsh ..... located. Bi,In North Three Carolinaand IChryt piete k.tc..n .nluding diepotalI
Ice.The whether it's to own or to dream Florida | dmshoaaher "Nco' ""."04
ment. Was also taken. Ford and 0..IUntnrs
negotiations broke down John Stephens, skipper of the Corp .
porch. pand "'
after a new offer by Pan American about. And If the shading and A third Catholic school op. "Golden Rule" out of Ship Ahoy Francis Gldley of Drop Anchorat BOYS ) Minimum ny.slwsntNe tawI P1n0.1 Ml 'i04"! .h.r

which the union ..ald"wasn't luster of their future fur coat crated for Negroes, has been Goodland says that despite the ,?2 f.: :: :: : : : S PM. 5/SIll'

can be Improved over that in of sharks for AGES 12.15
good." closed. presence fishing ..... ..
very and i.at "... Man
In addition to the In. the coat the neighbor already Sources close to the Catholic trout over theweekendwasbetter 23-MUc. For Sale douse .0....... of J 11..00..
has, no feed formula Is too far I kath, almilroomasdsr
schools said 12 were registeredfur than average He said that one
crease the union's demands In THECOLLIER TON >l|| JI> 'mih el.ctnctlov port duett houte het I ked
elude reduction of the workweek out to be ignored. the Parrlsh Elementary party returned to dock with a in mOd condition" /1:1: room end I kelh. utility room
There seems to be no saturation 1121 IQlfi Ave No tf md.., port Both ....
from 40 to 37l/4 hours School and four for the St. Jo. catch of 19 large trout as well .0.
completely Eicel.1.I.
three weeks vacation after five point, poly or otherwise, for seph's secondary aa four snook. With sharks at. COUNTY 26 Personal lent location Convenient to

service instead of the the demand for mink, especiallyIn school ticking schools of reds and other shopping .".. ,,,. ...." P"..
years 5/5.500 with lermt Houte endGiiett
present 10 years service and the United States.In . At the .same, time, six Negro species, fishing has been spotty ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS house pratcnlly rentedShown .
ItSI this country produced NEWS .a*. Men oe.K en a .M "'.. drinking. .
but ky appointment onlyAttociatet
Knproved Insurance and ', members of the Southern Christ. with the departure xrf the un. .
pension for
preklemt Ao help ky call
benefits. 1,220,000 mink pelts. By 1862 the Ian Leadership Conference welcome guests, "fishing shouldbe in| Ml 5 fIll. Vmtort cordielly Lucille Oil. Virfil" Marcum

$3.31an output had risen to 15 million swam at St. Augustine Beach back to normal with the next welcomed 11.I.. ....... in FirttBaplitl Bob Ja.ierDEWBY

Average hour for wages mechanics are ,now$2.55 for pelts. This was 45 per cent of without Incident. The beach was few days," he reports. NEEDS ROUTE (I atlh Church Ave every Annai T...on. and OIl POLLY

ground service personnel $2.83 the world crop. There are many the scene of race riots earlier Fr/nuhl at I 30 PM
other reliable CARRIERS
standby on the

for food port and other stewards provisioning who handle of fur market, but the gleam of Meantime summer., the state ordered __PUBLIC NOTICE :33-Service* Offered REALTY

mink still shines In countless
planes and $475 monthly for Florida highway patrolmen who (IN CIRCUIT 1 COUNT SEE OR CALl.
American female : Corner of lit Ave. (., 4Tamiami
eyes. ,
flight stewards stewardessesand made up a special law enforce TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT, SLIP COVERS T..IMI
The luster diet isn't the only COLLIER' COUNTY.
pursers. ment group during the racial STATE or FLORIDA Tropical Drapery 4 Uphoitter 241Mwalled
one offered minks The Manitoba unrest to withdraw last week. IN CHANCERY. MR. DAVE HERMANSON let Ml t ilO 711 tf
8..h.d. 140m. .., I 1104.
Fur and Came Station till
at the No.
end. Highway patrol officials loom. l k.lh "om. ons.a.
University of Manitoba In Canada said the local police could now IUIII MAt WINSLOW ptintiIfAOs 36-Wanted To Buy IMOfffl U any..laa ''n

Marks uses a preparation called .. ': .,ap.. Phone 2 WI
Shooting Lactocase handle the Job of keeping the CItY" at the ':;;... pu.aup Iru.h oanl.d
as an economic re. WINILOWD.f..nt
11.'m. Proll
peace. Good 00"0"' .
TPdrw I balh SwimminiPoul
placement for red meat in the NOTICE Of SUIT orl.5 Mamnl. .."."<. ro ISIS IdII Nice Shrub on 100 Gull

Race ConflictIn animals' rations.A THE 1.Tlltf'wrJ- TO: NEWS OFFICE 50 '11If Fionl' white and Beach. -
Owner aouo' 10 I.ll 011'u" "
mixture of fresh meat by. Schedule HearingOn You are hereby notified, the a 38-Auto For Sole \ ..,. Carbba.o RosIly J1W
products Is the standard. But suit II.. been filed ...Inol you In N Trail Ml' l.an11 T II
Monroe Ga. the akovo .UtlH co.... end you
Lactocase Is said to have a Habeas Corpus .,. h.reey required chose lo (try nemo. upon and MI2.2 I 0'7PUBLIC t.O"l.hl. Iomu 16lt, C.5.2..". "M'' lop J uu.
MONROE, Ga. (AP) Gun. comparable amino acid pattern odd plaintiff>' >*. ellorney appear hereon.. your writ. 1/11 JI 7 House furnithait For RentBedroom Napla

fire between a crowd of Negroesand and keeps the minks going at Writ For Powers Un ...f.n..*. If '''11. t* the bill efcomplaint 11,2 C"..., Impal Spu'l Coupe, "ark Phone Ml. S *..4011 It
less cost to the farmer. . in Mid sail" copy of which Pi PC PQ ,,,.,. Air
several white persons broke HOUSTON (AP) A habeas it qiHv.red' to you herewith on or NOTICE Cond Healer M.515.. to out Monday night. Four Negroes The luster additive Is called 1I. S A 0' tWit prooat. P"u' "ndor w.rkI 58-lots For Salt
corpus hearing is scheduled Fri. -.I.r.11 not or decree ore eon.feeeo ..
mlrra-coat. At the Hampshire qimib saio. Call Lou P.'
were treated for shotgun day for Melvin Lane Powers will I entered ot :. you .IUoOI IH AND POw COLLII" 10:1 ant. stissl ....,,'.<. "u"'ol' (.v,rn, lut
ni., plant of the Borden Special .IIr oreyed In bill'of ... ,
wounds and police said the who has been ordered for the COUNTY PLONIDA 00 PIaN 1.001. Coot
Products Co. its makers describe returnedto comolcintTh. PROSAVE (tir Chi.f hardtop $1 100tJ W.II .laIn 11.00 PlIO"'
crowd later wrecked service for'VVT'NES Nada. h.atar. solo .
a Florida to face murder nature of said Milt o.lni IN RE: ESTATE OF Iran "bI OIls If
It balanced
as a blend of power aleenni Ornal owner
station operated by a white CHAS W STEWART. ././. -
.charges. my hand ami the teal' Mutt tee to appr.ci.te Call CALF PsurCkomc. ,
man.Police Powers Is charged with the Ol ten, Court ., H,",... Florida this4th CHARLES C W $ w ITEWAN'T, Ballon at Golden. Gate Ettalat so's.14000 OCortraht .
Chief Jack Morris saida dtf Of Aulutt A 0 504MANGANET DectatedNOTICE uo Tangerine Drive
stabbing death in Miami of Jac.:
,. OF FILINO PETITION WOODCHRYSLEH New Port Richey f la 1/21 31
crowd of several hundred Negroes Demo Platform ques Mossier, 69, a Houston mU. .. Clark Circuit-. Court FOR FINAL DISCHARGE PLYMOUTH

had Jeered customers at Ilonalre. He Is the nephew ofMossier' i (SEAL) EDITH TVOITT OF EXECUTOR coat buy m The Moorln.t -
ty .
the service station for nearlytwo TO ALL WHOM IT MAY North Trail Ml 2 JS1 Corner loS: M alM' Ideal for
widow MCompare
aO"OIOI7.'IDCholt{ CONCERN retired
Rights Plank : couple Convenient to
hours. Application for a h abeas cor NEA for plimtiffMl HOI.u to lior.by 5ivn.I Idat I Cave with Miami. pncetI hoppine Price' 54.31510 -
) Attorney
Morris said they ..houted."Don't pus proceeding was filed Mon. Telephoto ConI'. .I AVIA Mod, my final return a t0000ut.rof I''.n ..v. 0.. ...nor. (loan Ihown by appointmentAttocietet, ; ,

buy from that white Pleases BryantATLANTIC day by Powers' lawyer, Percy NOW SHE KNOWS Molly !?"ii!. u"l:.'*.... I. II" *24| I I I 1//daooI.Ie C W.of....Chat..... ./k/W Stewart Cka'l.s, roof M, Voiktwaion new paint radio- new. "..I......... Lucille 0... Virj,| MarcumBok
man. Carmiencke. 21. a An rV Stewart deceated. that I have
Foreman. TTTiRCuTf"c"8'irRroF TMeTWtLFTH ."" .*.11.. *.tra* Only I'j": Ja.itrDEWEY
The station was damaged geles key punch operator loran IN > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN filed" my petition for final, ditcharf. Call 11.I1. 13SIl .ll. I .' ....k
CITY (AP-GoV. and that I will apply to the Honor "IJ dl
shortly before 3 a.m. today oil company sits in the alto FOR COLLIIR COUNTY i ISle Richard M Stanley. Judo. efIhe ends POLLY
Farris Bryant says he pleased FLORIDA I County Court ef Call.. .. County.
!itS/ ford retractable hardtop
when several white at the Santa Monica. Calif. police
men with the Democratic Party plankon c... NO SitS I Fioride. on teptemkar. II. I ItM. foripprovol .ood condition Can
station departed Morris said.A Want Tourism station after she was arrest. FULLER' INDUSTRIIS' INC.. o I ef the **m* for fI'I'ditcnerfe rfl.n 0/JO lot REALTY
civil Other Florida
rights '0"'." corporation otithoriiodto a oa..outoo f the of
car driven by Mrs. Tommy delegates to the Democratic National ed on a beach wearing a topless do ku.'....* M INS I Lhat W a'k/. C W Sto.irisba .
Cooper wife of an operator of Removed bathing suit. She said SlitS ., '10".... I Charla, w. Stewart, d. 40-Auto Repair Part Corner of lit Ave. (o. 4
Convention agreed. From Plaintiff. ( | I ....H.A"'U'IJ.. Tamest.' Trail'
the station, was fired into as she she saw the suit In a shop Ml. 1434*
drove Bryant, delegation chairman, it when HELEN" ? .944... .., guality, : work Feir pncat an'
Into the station Morris said window and bought HOWL.D.I..unt ArId Slawert make tart and. tracks Lett
the Issue of
also seating Duties Of FDC the salesman assured her it AMENDED' NOTICE TO .ecutor. ef the.. ..,.,. of let acquainted (ea Lee P.",, 59-Acreige
said.Monroe Alabama delegates was strictlya C". W al. ",. ./'/. et
Is about 40 miles east was legal to wear at the APPEAR AND DEFEND C. W. Stewart, ekoCharla
legal one. It was simply a ITATC OF FLORIDA TO: W. Stewart.detected .
of .
Atlanta. APFlor.
MIAMI BEACH ( beach. Bail $600.Appro'e HELEN'' P HOWL. WOODCHRYSLER '
matter of rule, he said after the : 't irre Iractt MOO down ond
The chief said he had been Ida Is losing tourists to the Car. who*, protonl ,.......U Au| 21 S.ptl. I. II. IH4 .,60 PLYMOUTH 14 1)0 par month No mlarett
convention voted to require loy. .". .....'..11....'* .. II4D 00 On, mile from Golden
unable to determine the Hawaii and other areas
why Ibbean SCHALLIN.RI . THE"TWELFTH Nnrth Trail Ml t mi.
alty pledges from the Alabama Clo" 0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Gala r'ty Open undey C.I.I .
crowd had gathered and that he because of a lack of consistent IAndover JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I 1w, County "..It, |/11| If
had had no previous complaintsof group. hard-hitting direction from Til. MergerOf ConnecticutYev AND"' FOR COLLIER COUNTY 41-Truck Tractors
"If they apply that to every ere hereby notified, thot ICourt FLORIDA
trouble in the neighborhood.The fine lahassee a legislative hearing Two Southern S.,, liS S... .nt.' '04 Ii Idi :'ruv.l IN CHANCERY TRAIL FRONTAGE
delegation, it Is Bryant Word : truck Otran'**
of the Twelfth Judicial: Circuitin CASt NO lilt Call" M acre hih' 4 dry lend lit
station had been less told Monday.
open was etd for Collier County. Fioridein RNEIT ALFRED IICNONICK5ON.Pla.ntill |IM II to I S SIP? wIlls. from courtheute MAN-
than a month he said. said.The Scott Christopher executivevice Insurance Groups Ch.nc.ry. wh.r.m FULLER INDU : LOWE 4. BECK 41) hit Awe
Florida voted
delegation TRlE(. INC Plaintiff ...* on.tore Ml .
Morris said the crowd caused president of the Greater 48-Apt. For Rent lenIN 11221 7/U.
Monday to support the seatingof JACKSONVILLE AP Se. * iq'tiaintt I :'DU''T1.I tuitit LILLIAN "ELLEN MENDRICKION'
extensive the station Chamber of Commerce ( ) (. ,
damage Tampa entitled .
H'J 1.' '05 ClOul .0 10 U' 41aiiier
the regular Mississippi dele. _
and to automobiles said the turnover In the develop curity Life Insurance Co. of INC o fo'.it corporation author NOTICE 700D11'LNOT0lLLlAN $7' 110 lust 54'm'. Coo
two parked gates who have been challengedby Georgia Is taking over assets of '.... to do kutinet in tho (tote of Par,. I "CI rm. apt I".c,." 15,01:", 'r.;, ;, the Trail
four . c.... TV Air Cond M. I
there. ment commission every Fiend, Plaintiff' .. .w.. HELEN ELLEN 'HDIIICK'ON SIN IIit
_ _ _ _ a rival Integrated group. cost Florida valuable con. Southern Standard Life Insurance F HOWL. 0.1.......' 10 T".," SIroof .,... __(o Ml | 4Ht !-!_
Bryant said the civil rights years Co. of Jacksonville. The nature of teid auit it to f.,.. Wh.rten. Now J".., Air" 3" 'II.. from Court
No Official RecordIt viewed as moderate by tarts In both Industrand tour. glen> a Mecheni'* Lien recorded in You ere hereby ,olf.d. that a SABLE SHORES APT3. Hi'O.t. 5454 p.'core.
plank Stockholders of Southern Stan the r.u.i.. Record .f Collier' Countv SitS for divorce hat. keen filed lmodiitS Car.bbOA OC';
has always remained a Southern party leaders would ism.Leonard dard approved the merger Mon. Pl'.'..... 'in 0 R Book ill at ...."" you iff the Circuit Court ofCollier dolly Noad Ml and lun A.... Aol H T.III MI I.." Nutty.
Baker general man.ag.r
".|. >4t. said. Lien kem( Mad County Florida I. Chancery
Democrats In Florida."I I '
matter of conjecture J as to help the of the Miami Beach Cham. day completing arrangements.Both Java tl. .IM4 T.,.. forecloturo. of wharein ERNEIT ALFRED HEN 'SlImi.."c..<. Day Weak. or
where George and Martha am very much pleased with said companies deal mainlyIn ..'. Lion involve the following, .... DRiCKSON in the Ptointiff, end Month. ((1"1' MOTILI Ml. 61-Income Property
plank Bryant said. ber of Commerce, "We KneW reel property' which ie located are the Defendant. ..... you 12)02 or Ml I lit* *
the you
Washington were married as need a director with cabinet Industrial life Insurance. Se. in Collier County Florida. to'lot ire required to tervo a copy of your Mot"T Trr117Iortri Trai1.
there is no official record as "I think the platform commit. curity Life operates five stales antwer or piead.ne to the I,M of I BEDROOM. UNFuUNIfcMEO motel ream*. ) epertmente, plus
status to be In there pounding it SHORES sua. ,, APT. GREEN ACRE Ml '. tpeciou apt Attractiveiroundt
did this OOLDEN C.".,,,.... for Divorce' upon WI. gvner
tee a magnificent Job on
to whether it was at the White the table for tourism the state's Florida, Georgia South Carolina DIVISION eec.,...... to th* Plat .'" attorney 0'* ZEMEI 4 GOLD I I'n If .uI.."|. Iff eiceUontcondition
House at the home of the emotional subject when you con. Alabama and Ttnnssee. thareof o* recorded in Plat Book SING .P 0 ... .... Fort M,..*. Completely, furnithodncludmi .
alder there are 50 states Involvedand greatest Industry. I ,.... 21 Pukiid Record of Florida. and Me, the or.I''n.l Anaw.r New '' e enditionin| end
widow Custis or at nearby D. W. McArthur president of dup'e eplt i' 1 kttht .
TV Good return
Most witnesses told the legls. Collier County Florida or Pi.tdme' ill tIN o'Tce of the bull ,. I en
Saint Peter'i Church. many varying viewpoints. subcommittee on the Florida firm, said its 70 em.ptoyees You ore required to file wild tho Clerk, of the Circuit Court of Col ,....i! for nb teachert Will furpithif bob Price H .000 witS term.*. By
"With this kind of a plank bail yt cov.1'1Iom.ntal will be retained. He be. Clerk' of aid Court your Antwer.and tier County FOrd on .' kafore detired Cell Mrt Hoffman. tepointment only .
and ef.fldtncy t* citric. o copy thereof upon 21 I'M If f.ii' to do *o, AttocietetLue
Florida needs to look forward reorganization comes a member of security's the Plaintiff or Plaintiff attorney.HARftjy *(apt Decr.e Pro Cenfetee you will ke ,.... Midway 1 Sill or 1 14)1 ..11"01I ,Me Ott* Viri.l. Marcvrn
that the promotion of P.M. tne M week end ..* Jaeier
A BLAIR wlioee relief demandedin
not backward. For the future, it board along with N. G. Wadem : moilmfeddreee aieinet you for the
tourism and Industry should betaken it pott Office (01 147, the CempieintMARGARET V'i.om
is a great victory. of Flonde, . 1102 Na.I. Ap.rtw.nijoa.
Folkston Ga., Southern Fort Myer or toappear GoNg AND 0"01"10 I DEWEY POLLY
Bryant agreed with the oral*. from the development Standard stockholder. 1.1., Your ...", .....,..: .. or I. I.,' ,..,.... 111,0 dial day p1 Aug.51.. I..nl board room enS. picniC, of sup.
Plaintiff r apace Rofrierotor' 4
to Compleint on
Ion from the platform of commission and given to a new 044 N.ogi furnithed.. Air Conditioner
any the ISIS ..., of (optemker.M4 . T SCOTT
reference to legislative rtapper department.The | N nd to enaoor ae required ky Clark of Circuit Court 4 "..lor in Naplat Park REALTY
Has ..Arriv.ilIn commission, whose headIs has been gathering strength for j I law Ae later than Mid date. other.we (CU"j'S StALl Celt Ml I HOC i/l tfFurnithed
tlonment since the question Is the olleiatione of ..... Com.pieint .,. 'NIl auoai .
Ave (. 4Tomieml
of Itt
appointed by each new over. some time. } I kedroont opartment Corner
( ..
before Congress now. will ... ,. o* eenfetted'WITNESS Deputy Clerk Trail,
NnplrsTo multitude of dUo Baker and Edwin Dean ex.ecutlve I' OOLDSERaAttorney : eveilefcle (opt t Callrr3r
said nor, handles a XEMEL 0 Ml 1430566Insurance
I The Florida governor he : hand 30 pIn "'".
my end it.1.I for ittoeNiflIds
the South ./ ,.
wanted to make clear that the ties besides the promotion of director of th.e Court M Neelo Collier.. County.F'orid | Broadway '
Slay did not condemn out. tourism and Industry. They Include Florida Hotel and Motel *to. I ,, th* iDOl day Of AusuetMARGARET Pert Myer Florid
platform tourist department j ". Aul 21 (epl I. .. U. IH4 2U EBB TIDE APTS.
of bonds said
the Issuing state elation the new |
right the Ku lOllS lOan, Com. T. SCOTT Save Money. Eaty .Payment
munlsts and the John Birch Society handling surplus property and head should be elected.I Cli'SCIItCUIT CouNt Dot but coe i the Pool. Or/ice/ Modern Weekly furn.thed Monthly efficiencies(eaten. .plan Auto. Homo Owner.,

He said the censure In regulation of certain aircraft Dean said he was opposed By INEZ II"L&ILL bout II million last rear in kedreom lot*. ,".JAfOER INSURANCE

*** his view was aimed at their A move to take tourism dUo the job going to any present cab. Deputy Clerk I medical' Pica, eick cove and lost Ko.lv M. &. N.,,.. 02t 5511 w.. N.rII.Ml .
*H.E Oil U .
tactics. ties away from the commission Inet officer. .Au!|:. II. It kit. I. 11M 500, tlmr r 7155 ,/1. lOt

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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples. Fl... Tu.....", Au{ui 2$. I'M

Naples Flotilla Proudly 91 1 1h


Unveils New HeadquartersFavorable

weather, a good at. ceremonies inside the building ed a bit of humor Into the pro.
)r; tendance of Coast Guard and as local officers and visitors gram In announcing he has Justr.centh'
Auxiliary members and wires, joined in a series of compll purchased a boat, and
A51 appropriate short speeches, and mentarj speeches "being the least nautical of an)
format: dedication ceremonies R.G. Thompson commander of pre..nt111 perhaps need as.
marked the opening of the Naples the auxiliary unit at Port Char. stance of the rescue and search
Flotilla 93 new headquarters lotte, got a big round of applause department In the near luturo"
sliding Sunda afternoon when he spoke from the view Follow'I ne the formal dedication
Invocation by the Rev. Richard point of "an envious com man. ceremonies,membershoaid.
Lambert, a flag raising and rib. der," Other speakers had noted ttd \jilous 'rafts( for a oat l ride
r Don cutting ceremony outside the the new station In Naples was on the Bat down to Gordon Pass
fl building opened the program, perhaps "second to none" in the A buffet dinner was served at the
A.P Ayers commander of Florida area. Island Hut In the evening rr.t
1 Flotilla 93, acted as master of The Reverend Lambert Inject. (NEWS PHOTOS 7 a

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A RIBBON CUTTING ceremony (marker! the official opening of the
new Auxiliary station. Commander W. J, Donnav, U.S.C.G., director of TilE FLAGS to fly over the iun\ Coast Guard
I Auxiliary 7th District, used the scissors. A P. Ayers, commander of Auxihaiv Station wo't' hoisted bv Auxiliary mem
the Naples Flotilla 93, looks on at left.' bm Dale Riemmeiman (I ) and Francis Flint
It was announced at the dedication that J. G,

Kathryn Hall, 18, Naples Park 4 Sampleill donate a ;:)tll( -foot flag polo, yard arm
charged with speeding and driving dI tutu! other accessories for use of the flotilla.

I Court on an expired license; Larry I ..,. -. \_'..'! '''D
City Lee Walker 18, 3990 Trail Terrace I-L--It\ -
charged with careless driving .
and improper muffler; and d
Christopher Clark Ansley 19, of t
Judge Harold S. Smith heard palrman had used a key to by. 079 Rudder Road charged with
27 cases at Monday's Municipal pass the coin box and obtain a going more than 45 miles an houron _
Court session, which lasted 5Vi free wash at a coin laundry at his motorcycle in a 25 tone.
hours the Naples ShopplngCenter.When It cost Harry Norman Ballard, ML.- -
It was the third successive time the City attempted to Introducethe of 660 Fourth Avenue South.$275

that court, which is held every key Into evidence Nixon objected not to appear in court. He had put CAPT. A. R. Reynolds (1)I and Commander W J, Donnav, (r) ,
other Monday went into or beyond and the objection was sus. up a bond for that amount after for the
Smith ained. being arrested for being drunk, U. S. C. G. officers from Miami and families, were present
the noon hour. Judge
didn't get to declare adjournment "We have no choice but tono.pros disorderly and destroying pro. dedication ceremonies.

until 2:05: p.m. the case,"City Attorney perty. 9Mo...
In a trial lasting nearly l'/i' David Splngler said,and the Judge A bench warrant was ordered
hours, Judge Smith found Willie granted his motion to drop the for the arrest of Warren Her. tie

Frank Cofleld, 36, River Park charge. bert Balch.of BonltaSpringswho
of reckless was fined $125 or 30 days a year
Apts., guilty displayof !
firearm. Defense lawyer John NO LICENSE ago for reckless driving and 1
Emerson successfully moved James Austin Weems 28, of drunk driving. The Judge was told
for dismissal of a drunkenness 549 13th Street North was sen that Balch had paid only $60 of
charge against Cofleld. fenced to 30 days In Jail for the fine, so he declared the bal. u I1 t
The Judge ordered Cofield to driving without a license. He ance of the fine uncoUectlble.and ,
pay $100 fine on the gun-dls. was convicted recently of a similar set a $250 bond on the bench
charge. warrant. Balch will face imposition
play charge.
Another case that occasioned The Judge ordered thedrlver's of the 3Way( sentence plus
some time In Us disposition in. license of Helen Farrel DeMent a charge of contempt A
volved John Tally 1'Ioe. 36, of 43, of 3231 Connecticut,to be sub. Armstrong Wright of Naples, Ai
1263 Brookslde, charged with mUted to the statefor suspensionfor who failed to pay a $35 fine, will
fraudulently operating a coin. at least three months. The defendant be required to post $100 bond L y
operated machine. Noe's at. was found guilty of driving when a bench warrant Is served
torney William Hlxon entered a while Intoxicated two weeks on him - --- -------- .
A further sentence of 60 George Moore, 22, McDonald \
plea of not guilty. Before and CITY MANAGER Vine Wood Cotlndl'oman'Cnse
days in Jail and $200 fine were Quarters was fined $50 or 30 h*
during the trial the court call.
suspended on condition the defendant days for assault and battery.The )' :Miller and the RtKich.ud: J.ambt'I't,1'('
ed recesses to consult with at.
continue working and not gambling case involving John among those attending the dedication cciemomcs.
torneys for the City and defense _
for Schuler and four others
over technical matters. frequent any bars a year. Henry
Willie Lee Davis, 29McDonald was continued until the next court
It was the City's contentionthat
1'101. a washing-machine re.a Quarters and John Blghemi, 41, date, which will be August 31. Cane I IndustryContinued
River Park Apts., each were sen. Anna Mae Hicks, 22, Naples COAST GUARD and Auxiliary officers at salute during the flag raising I
tenced to 30 days for assault and ran two stop sign and was fin.
battery upon each other. Senten. ed $23. She also was orderedto ceremony. ( from page 1)
cell will be srved during networking confine her driving to bus. Commissioners heard a report scaping costs can be paid irom
hours and weekends, the !nest use only for the next 60 from Lander and Assistant Agent secondary road funds, but con.
judge ruled. In another double days. Ray Allen Scroggln, 60, 2 Slightly HurtIn Joe Whltesell on problems of struction of the station itselfIs
In N l lH.ppy assaulUand-battery case, Isaiah Lake Wales, was sentenced to LBJ Seeks To Cool keeping the courthouse lawn and nut County Attorney James
| < Moore 48, River Park Apts., and three days for vagrancy. Way 3-Car Crash plantings In a condition which will Adams has maintained that con.
Anderson Clark 38, River PArk Linda Dail Gardella 25,. Potomac compliment the $1,000,000: com. struction costs out of read funds
Apts., were sentenced to seven Md., was fined $23 for On North Trail plex Investment were Illegal. Other suggestions
JEEP OwmT* days in Jail to be served during going 60 miles an hour in a 35 Two women were taken to Naples Prison labor Is used! to keep how the station might lx built
$ P-arts, Srf'iVu* non.worklng hours. zone. Charles Allen Cancascl Smoldering Dixie FiresATLANTIC Community Hospital for the lawn in shape. The Agriculture were studied briefly
Three youthful traffic violators 22, Lehigh Acres, paid $25 fine treatment following a three-car Department lays out the Turner reported the Highway
) were ordered to write 300-word for driving without a valid 11. accident 9:30: o'clock this morn. work daily, but is unable to take Patrol Division was continuing
traffic safety essays for the cense. CITY N.J. (AP) them from David Lawrence ing at the corner of Fourth Ave. time from other"full time tasks"to plans to construct a station at
court. Defendant were Sara President Johnson's peace. chairman of the Credentials flue, North, and the Trail supervise the prisoners at the Carno!>town site.
SUSPENDED makers worked backstage todayin Committee asking them to sur. C.C. Danford, Rt., 1, Naples work. The men asked for supervisory It was estln ated that upwards
Three first offender were given a new effort to shape the 1964 render theirpasses. stopped on the highway for a help of 10,000 yards of fill might be
suspended sentences. They Democratic National Conven. There was no immediate decl. state road truck making re Commissioners agreed present needed to bring the site up to
Need A were Jerry Wade Runner 21, tlon Into an LBJ unity spectacular lion whether they would. pairs He was followed by Mrs. appearances of the groundsare acceptable elevations.A .
Avon Park speeding; BossleCal. unmarred by Southern Minnesota's 'Humphrey, whc Mary Ruth Jackson 1983 Clark not complimentary to the
houn, 49, Immokalee, violating disharmony.As was everywhere doing everything Street, Naples, who in turn was buildings. In this afternoon ses.
GOOD USED CAR? driver's license restrictions; part of this strategy to he could to prevent any followed by Mrs, Sheila Jones, slon they planned to include in
and Paul Richard Downing, 22, keep Democratic ranks Intact incident that would mar the 1323 Embassy Lane, Naples. Not the budget a fund to provide for property holder of two sec.
1190 Rosemary failure to have the President was reported hesl. unity that Johnson wanted realizing that the two cars aheadof supervisory help and additional tlons of land along Turner River
car under control. tatlng over the possible choiceof achieved, was the onsensus her were stopping, Mrs Jones plantings A sum of $3,600 was Road complained that a clear
Roscoe Davis 22, McDonald Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey as choice by leading Democrats for was unable to stop her car in suggested. ing he was making for an orange
Quarters received a suspended his running mate because of the place But individually and time to avoid hitting the Jackson grove was flooding and sought
Then sentence for failure to have car evidence of Dixie opposition.As collectively they conceded the' auto which in turn was pushed County action to get proper drain,
under control, on condition he pay the convention went into a don.t have an Inkling of John into the Danford car. age. Turner reported the Countyhad
for the damage to the car he hit. second day It still faced smold. son's thinking. Damage was estimated at $100 County Engineer Harmon Tur. done nothing! to cause flood
FIRST GO Keith L. Bright, 36, of 732 Sev. erlng disputes over the seating Some dissent to the holce of to Mrs. Jones' car and at $100to ner reported communications ing since the owner had boughtthe
enth Avenue North was found not of the Alabama and Mississippi Humphrey had been rommunl. the Jackson auto and at $20to from Senators Spessard Holland land, and that it was actual
guilty of leaving the access of dellgatlons. cated to Johnson, lending (re. the Danford vehicle. Both Mrs. and George Smathers In which ly a cypress swamp he was clear
To an accident. Johnson who has said he dente to reports that he still had Jones and Mrs. Jacksonweretak.en they promised Generation in a ing.
Cecil Don Wallln of North Fort wants all the people of the na. not made up his mind despitethe to the hospital, where they proposed study of beach erosionIn Attorney Adams called upon to
SUNOCOCarry Myers forfeited $50 bond on a tlon to unite under his tent, was relative! late hour. wee given emergency treatmentand Southwest Florida and particularly rule of county responsibilitiescame
charge of soliciting without 11. trying to find a way of cooling Gov. Carl Sanders of Georgia released. Collier County.Turner had up with the quote of the
tense John Edward Patton IH off these two fires before they on whom Johnson has been Investigation of the collision previously communicated with morning session
of Naples forfeited $33 bond for erupt into a floor fight and per. leaning heavily In his efforts to was made by Officer J.P. Hayes the senators asking for assis "People should grow up" said
te u speeding haps 'anger other Southern salvage part of the Soutn In the for the police department. N'oar. tance. Adams "and quite asking Big
states. November election, said in aninterview rests were made. Holland said, "We stand ready Daddy the Federal government,
DON'Tsur THEBC4Jpt& The rebel Alabama delegateswho he had told Johnson ata tu help"", and reported he will the County or the City to solve
refused to sign a pledge to White House -onferen.. Sat.urd.i present the matter to the proper their private problems." There
Atabia is a tttrk.
r support the party's nominees \ he thought Sen. EugeneJ. officials.
further of
was no discussion the
desolate land trod hI
TIRES camel
told to surrender their once
We were McCarthy might be a better Item.
tilt. > credentials. choice from the South's stand. Caravans bearing silks and - -
Complete roar Only 13 members of the dele spices from India and China.

lineLIFETIME CHE<* gation 6 delegates and '7 al. Commissioners and other are United Fund Needs
GII ternates have signed the point.Cuba scheduled to meet with groupsIn
OUR FatCE5 '; pledge but Monday night all the Battered Cleo Fort Myers tomorrow tostudy Desks, Chairs For
Alabamians brushed past By ; water management and conservation .
GUARANTEED !j AND guards and took their seats any. in the Southwest coast area. Coming CampaignThe

MUFFLERS V : COUNTRY way.When they returned to their United Fund Headquarters

CLUB hotel a telegram was awaiting Storm Veers Northward Turner reported appraisers Is in "desperate need"
FREE I NST ALLA nON/ were at work on "Alligator Al of four desks end four chairs,
with the lestFACILITIES ley" and were encountering dlf. a spokesman said today. These
KINGSTON a island of Jamaica from a direct flcultles In reaching some areas. will be needed before the group
-r.JOC' .. YOU'RE Hurricane Cleo \\elro amore hit by the 110.mtle-an.hour wind He suggested the use of a hell- can begin their full campaign.If .
SDQSEQS IN icrtherh course today whipping around the e'e of the copter in the work. anyone has any of these
in Southwell Florida GOODHASDS battered Cuba with raging wind storm. But high tides hit at ship Turner a recent visitor to which they will allow the United
for Country Club and tides. Fidel Castro rushed ping and coastal Installationson Tallahassee, reported on confer Fund to use, or which they
\ I doctors, nurses and medical sup. JamaUa'i north coast. ences with representatives of the
\ asked
will donate they are to
6i WITH ,
%\p LIVINGGOLFING piles to Camague' and Oriente An Advisory at 11 am (EST) Internal Improvement Fund about call 2.2652.lIakarios .
Provtn-lI. from the Miami leather Bureau development of the County Park Midway
. The Miami Weather Bureau placed the storm renter north of Vanderbilt Beach. A
rltO II hole CtiompiomN.f. Gel U predicted the eye of the hurricane near latitude 19.8 north, longl. suggestion was made that a sur.
tictlltxt co.rf.iwn. lor ploy KCMft CMAIQCinior would move parallel to the tude 77.0 west vey be authorized to determine Goes
Acct south Cuban coast, the elevations and amounts of fill
.lid raking the This was very close to
IN AAU Hit pool, 7$' I .0' i 30' .ilk Agont Island with hurricane winds tor. south Cuban Coast, 125 miles needed and where it could be To Greece
family mcmbtrtkipi' ...,1.111.. renilal rains and high tides for southeast of Camaguey and 460 obtained. The Commission au. Talks On CyprusNICOSIA
ALLSTATEINSURANCE at least 24 hours miles south.southeast of Miami. thorlzed the survey be started.

HOMESITES . Cleo was behaving remarka.bly Cleo was moving to the west Cyprus AP-
The p.n'or komttttot. ere Uoellor like last wear's Hurricane northwest at 12 miles an hour Greek Cypriot President Makar.
UNdcOM tfca best Country Clue l""M SEARS. NAPLES Flora which pounded Cuba for and was expected to stay' on The County Engineer also reported los left today for consultations
1i; i. Sovlkwttr fiend.! AII.'"" Insurance CofnponiMloundod five terrible days, kilh, an es. this track today and tonight.At a conference In which he with Greek officials la Athens
Ten foil .( Slate a.. by Soort, :R..b.m.ne tlmated 1,500 persons and I deal. the time hurricane force learned secondary road fund
Co with indtpontfont ..sa..aI.eblmla. a could not be used to constructthe Makarlo
$161'US./ 41 lag staggering blow to Cas. winds were lashing Oriente told newsmen the
/0 9th 5'...'. North PN 2.6733 PHONE Ml 6491 Homo Otfico.: Skokie III' tro's economy. Province from west of Santiago Welcome Station at Carnes. Greeks had asked him to come
1 111 Srh A."u 5eu. The northward turn si( ared the to Cape Cruz. town. Filling paving and land. to Athelll.t ,


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