Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 26, 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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How Are They Doing? PKYUMARY>> '


Naples High School bt 0 "'o.. yr f ''

Collier .,. 1. \U If. .
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Gets Good Response (Dun >


Graduate Survey


What art the 1863 graduates of
Mounting Again
School doing and how do they I
experiences In high school a year after

Recognizing the Importance of
graduates, the guidance department
High School last spring sent out Cleo
to the 108 students In the 1963 Aiming

Edmund Lowe, department head,
were returned by graduates of the
a 71 per cent return on the Inquiry.

Student follow.up studies have / / '

manufacturer's follow.up of a product Blast At
under actual operating conditions. The Big
department believes a follow.up of
how they are doing after graduation
mine whether the schools' program Is

What are the 1963 graduates
perlences did they have In seeking
many are attending college? What
East CoastMIAMI
suggest should be made in the schools' {


Returns on the survey show that (AP) Hurricane Cleo' "
was moving toward the '
13 girls and 17 boys, are ; :
Cleo still packing a 73 milean north-northwest at about 10
boys are In the armed services. hour punch after 24 hours
miles an hour She was expected
$24 per week paid the boys In the I
over Cuba shifted her
to swing to a more northerly
high In a range between $100.149 today and roared toward theoulhn.t course and gradually build ;
reported by one sutdent. Type of up
Florida coast mid the forward speod.
classifications of managerial western Bahama Islands Small craft sailors In south
cal and sales. Gale warnings went up on Florida and the Bahamas were
the Florida coast from Fort warned to seek safe harbor
Of the 13 girls working full time,
Lauderdale southward
through the hurricane, with 64 dead In
area, two In other Florida areas two the heavily-populated
metropol. her wake approached.:
of the boys are In the Naples area, Han Miami area to Sombrero I
and four out.of.stale.Forty Light In the Florida Miamians made preparationsto
board up and rushed to storesto
Miami Weather bureau lay In supplies of food and
said winds would rise to
gale other necessities In the event ofa
of the students reported the
force In In
squalls this area
time in college. Edison Junior power loss.
this afternoon and would reach
the graduates other Junior Colleges, ; hurricane force tonight on BI.
state colleges IS!I; and ouUof.state .)' mini Islands In the Bahamas 60
eight others. Five of the college>& miles east of the Florida coast Play It Safe
ported they were working part time. Gordon Dunn chief storm ,

forecaster at Miami, said the
Mathematics English Social eye of the hurricane probably Our CD Leaders
m inanities in that order, proved to would pass east of Miami early
studies for the college students. tomorrow closer to Blmlnt than Advise On Cleo
Ten of the graduates of the 77 the Florida coast
married three boys and seven girls.
County Defense Director Torn.
my Kehoe and City Defense Din
ANY Gradual Intensification of the ector Bob Bender continue
The graduates were asked If they storm was expected as It moved watch on Hurricane Cleo and have
curing employment. Those over the Florida Straits, build. advised area residents to "play
time or full time employees. I Ing energy from the warm sub. safe on a standby basis."
37 had "no difficulty." Others tropical waters. Cleo, flapping her skirts vlg.oroualy .
them as follows Took the wrong ( j During the time the hurricanewas over the Florida Straits
In type of Jobs available (7 1) did not over Cuba u.s. reconnals. may or may not head In the direction
cations (4) pay not satisfactory (2} ) anal aircraft was unable to fly of Collier County with full ;,'
apply for a job (2); and did not know Into the storm When H crossedthe force .
. getting a Job (2)). ; I : northern coast of the com. All Civil Dofen.epeieunnethave I \'
muni island this morning, a been contacted and romrotw.
"Why did you not attempt to gain sharp change In Its forward ration system checked as a pre.
was another question asked the path was noted.A IImlnary precaution the directors
financial reasons; five lack of more definite track and a said.
preparation In high school, four better Idea of Cleo's strength Each director advised area re.
vocational plans and one gave health will be available when It has sldents to keep tuned to weather
moved far enough from Cuba to bureau reports, and begin pre.
Graduates In college were asked allow Navy hurricane hunter llmlnary preparations such as
blems that are or have been penetration.An removing loose objects round()
them. Some students listed more 7)r advisory at 11 I.m. (EST) homes and businesses which will '
element. Their answers ares placed the storm center near become flying missiles should
study habits; 22 listed lack of ; latitude 23.1 north, longitude the hurricane_hit Are
nine gave financial difficulties; four 79.3 w.at. or about 200 miles ''A little planning ahead such as
difficult; four poor choice of south.southeait of Miami. Gale what rugs and furnitures should I i
with teachers. The winds reached out 90
relationship miles In
be moved In the home,what glass 'I
making average grades In college. all directions from the eye. doors and other openings In the
(A.B) category none reported failure.
house should be boarded.up If I
the hurricane hits, Is a good
MOST REMAIN Vital Hurricane idea said Bender. i'

School officials studying the Information In Kehoe at noon, with his ear
that a majority of the graduates glued to communications, was
area, and It appears a close look This Issue, P-2 till In his regular office at the I
employment opportunities In the courthouse He has maintained ,. I
strengthening of a school vocational Emergency Information on vigilance throughout most of the
preparing for a possible visit night and since early morning \.
Girls with clerical skills found by Hurricane "Cleo" appears on U the hurricane strikes here the
curing employment. Perhaps boys Page 2 of this Issue defense headquarters will be '
opportunities to learn skills before The vital precautionary steps moved to the courtrooms \
thought which may save your life or pro. Both directors agreed at noon
pert were prepared by the there was no reason for Collier I
Turning to a study of suggestions American Red Cross, with ZountUns to become unduly
attending college It appears the Florida Power 1 Light sponsor. alarmed, but alertness to weather :
provide more opportunities for Ing the Information ss a public bureau reports and preliminary j:
attention should be given to service, preparations were advised
skills for those who plan to further
high school. A reappraisal of the I
culum seems needed according to u. : : 41d

survey. L .- ", ..r,'-
., JAYCEES 8 '' :DIN
Much of the material must by .
fldentlal, and names of students \ r.
Graduates were asked to give < FEED .

the school. The answers covered ,
work, some In a critical vein, 'WI,; J 1.___ ..,.... ..
might be Improved and still others .... '.....I" ': Ii.'UT
with success In its effort
yx $ fOOO 8'11<<

WHAT THEY TW I fpPl. fAL 9t.lkkb Imllftf'.1

Some of the replies are as follow: fOt' IJBI 'k 'f.

&A&"l 'r -:. : I/LW/ 'HIltHIP'
"I think they should have more
training for those who have a 'hql ,, M

mind." t L111C.t. M.. .'tuft' wMANi

". I would like to take time I (..':' : .''f-', ""1"'.J

a student Is caught skipping school tv U !
school. Isn't that defeating your

"I believe the new Distributive .

thing ever happened to N.H.S. Keep It. ; ; 5'

"Make students fully aware that It
their personal Improvements and
teaching faculty Is merely a part of
and should be used to the utmost "fVr"nvYllf
improvement." '
rair Efd
"Decrease the size of the classes."

"Stronger emphasis on composition r
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"I attended Naples school and Fort 1'.1.
going to Naples I feel sorry for those
In Naples the teachers and
Students are encouraged to be
was very happy with the school on
that the smoking tree Is very wrong \ .

"I believe that the school system for the eighth feed to ,
adequate Job. It is the students Saturday afternoon In thess
prove." yceei. From left, of
Redenbaugh, Chuck Slottag.
"1 think Naples High is a great designed as a windup who

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2 COUIEH COUNTY NEWS, N.plw, FU. W.dn.sd.y, Augutt 24, l Ite4
Terms !
At The ConventionATLANTIGi ,ConfusingTo

Democrats Fear No White ,. Many L'dymen

leaders, steering
At 6 f
their lW4honvention cautiously, may have put Sen. Barry
Goldvatvf's "southern strategy" In Jeopardy for the sea Ladies Spend BJU; BftFRATLSTIC

Backlash From Rights Bill oni\Vnne<< In nine months CITY.1., ( W
This strategy, rooted In the Idea Goldwater can win most The layman la often I"lIlluS"d I
.\', or all of the Old South's 128 electoral votes this fall, : tl 1
the at 1'011111'
by terms used i
ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP) vealed In coni rnUncrt't' \: collapsed last November when President Lyndon B. John. Day At RacesATLANTIC convention.
southerner succeeded the slain John F. Kenned ',
Almost all Democratic lead. ment from Gov Edmund G. son, ) Actually! tMall ire qulti
ers say they harbor no fears ;Brown* of California Ifi'd Sen. The notion enjoyed no more than a shaky revival until the CITY, N.J. (AP) Simple when IOU im l let st II I
about any white voter "back Hubert H, Humphrey of Mlnne. Republicans nominated Goldwater for president at San Francisco Frowning over their form them. Here are some 01 t ,
lash" In the November presl. sola. whereupon It shot up like corn In a humid July. South. sheets like Lyndon B. Johnson terms heard frequent' I'' "
dentlal electtcInstead *' "We're not going to dee I withIt erners took fresh hope he might win, with their help, and trying to pick a vice president, week around i the Den \ I t
they' confidently at all said Brown. reverse the tide of Negro advances on the civil rights front. the of ,
say ladles the Democratic convention i Itd theli si iplinat ';
they hear what Goldwater still rides very high In t he South II heavy cam. IonDelegatl,
they call the "Much of the effect of any National Convention spent a das i
much larger crack of a moder white backlash on civil rights palgnlng approaches. In many quarters, broad Inquiry dls at the races. >n Tins i I" 1 ''I
ate closes, it Is distinctly out of fashion at the moment to men. of 132 who t I ,
Republican If
"frontlash"against will be dispelled we esplalnexactly "I can't remember whethermy Ieolle' | "1111 i
Barry Goldwater on what Is In the bill," said tlon any name but his. husband told me to put two comentlc i t I'<' ant 1? ,sto, I
Yet here In Atlantic City base has been laid for
Nov. 3.These. Humphrey. making dollars on No. 8 In the fourth eluded ale ill 1 per i I' I
views Johnson not merely mentionable but a possible winner in state w'hton l 11'ui,> I 111, ,'I' /Ih
came In an Asso. Brown, elaborating on the race or four dollars on No. 2 in J
dated Press survey of the party strategy of forgetting the back. much of the South. the eighth rare," mused a lady $1,000 to the pan i r it!", 't
leaders at the Democratic Na. lash, said, "We're Just going to There were grave dangers, but the President and his sir a. from Utah in a big L.B.J.at.! year, and,I al per"n" s Iii I'' 3 4
to have skirted them.
tlonal Convention. They were deal with the positive aspects of legists seem She compromised b\ putting state win know' \vl 11"t !II. ." I

asked whether they thought what the administration has ac. THE KEYS TO TUB CAREFUL NAVIGATION: five dollars on No.: 7, Champion to the < out rlbut Ion*. Tl iri u> rs F.flj .
there is a backlash, and, If so, complished. We think there Is atronUash 1. A civil rights plank which makes no promises of ma. Lady, in the third race also three men who .i uc' .i i at'! ;> to
how the Democrats should meet !' Jor new legislation, but Instead allows the South, In the The big brown fitly cut out breathe In smoke.nlh'i i ,,,>ms
It. words of Florida's Gov, Farris Bryant, to "take a deep from the field in the back: Delegate A member o. i
Most did not agree on how to breath" after witnessing passage of the most sweeping stretch, Just beyond where a delegation. Each delegate Lasts
handle it. At the same time civil rights law in history. sign on the Infield grass said I about 1.16th of a vote less III L j jr
they did not seem disturbedabout Florida Votes 2. A soft-stepping approach to the noisy Alabama and "Welcome Democrats," and I some states whenever he Is '
their disagreement. The Mississippi seating disputes which, first evidence sug romped on home. She could I asked, which Is seldom
backlash, In their view, was not gests, will not be read by the whole South as another have made It the rest of the way Caucus A meeting of .i ,lei. '
so great as some people sup. Against Seating stiff blow to Its pride but accepted Instead as fair deal. in snow shoes, and the lady egatlon railed to cast votes in"I
posed. Ing. from Utah pocketed $18.75. decide Important questions All
In the whip imagery that has 'Freedom' It went pretty much like that members of the delegations attend .
become a cliche of the 1964 elec. Group THIS REPORTER'S CANVASS of leaders In nearly every the rest of the afternoon. except the officers, who ... ." ,, -
tion, the white backlash slgnl. Old South state Indicated their firm general conviction that The ladles at the convention, are busy at a meeting of party
ties votes by white Democratsand ATLANTIC CITY (APFlor. these things had to be managed or they could not hope to had a choice between attending leaders casting votes and decld. LBJ GAL Pretty Felicia Plerhoples of PennMilken .
Independents against Lyn. Ida delegates opposed the seat. mount an effective campaign to "get the South back" from the races and touring a china[ bog Important questions. =X, J.. proudly em LBJ trappings at I
don B. Johnson because of their Ing of two Mississippi Freedom Barry in the weeks ahead. factory famous for making the Informal caucus Same the Democratic National Convention in AtlanticCit
resentment over the Civil Party representatives In the The loyal LBJ southerners are getting what they wish. White House dinnerware for thing, only drinks are served. \.. The curious eyepiece is her own idea. .
Rights -Act and Negro demon. long delayed showdown on .he They now can ask their voting friends to "live with" the Presidents Wilson, Truman and I Starting time A mythical,
stratlons the Republican fron. major dispute of the Democrat temperate attitudes exhibited by their national party under Franklin Roosevelt. Twice as figure selected at random from
tlash signifies votes by moder. ic National Convention. the tight guidance of Lyndon Johnson.In many ladles showed up to In. a spilled type case at the print Peace," with tin t'\Itliu. |1''"nts to ant Job which salary Is paid
ate Republicans against (old. Members of the delegation Texas, LouisianaArk..,Tennessee,Georgia,North spent the two.dollar platers run. shop It Is listed In the official left out. bi the taxpayer Includes those
water because of his conserva. said they could not vote to seat and South Carolina, test findings among knowledgeable nine at the Atlantic City course program, but bears no relation Favorite son candidate A who ran unopposed.
tive views. the Freedom delegates because political figures disclose far livelier prospects for the as turned out to view the prest to the time the program a, tua1. fellow usual h a senator or a
There were some sharp dissents they bad not been elected President than were visible a few weeks ago. Goldwater's dentlal crockery. Itly starts. governor, who Is boosted for of. Ihe muir flag uf \lflhkii' t.howing .
from the prevailing viewsIn legally. lead In Virginia and Florlda-both In the COP column In the Dedicated Democrats all, theladles Prime time The hours on lice by his neighbors who want the Neun Mars of the 0"O.r "|
the survey. Gov. Albertls S, When the voice vote was last three presidential electionsmay not be surmountable. spent almost as muchtime the television schedule between everyone to know that even ,, undthe North Star utmnxi!
Harrison of Virginia, for exam taken Tuesday night on the pro. Alabama and Mississippi, despite this convention's avoid. handicapping the vice. the kiddie cartoons and the late though he hasn't a chance they a field uf midnight! blue, wan
pie, said, "People are gettingfed posal to seat both the regular ance of a harsh rebuff to their disputed regular delegations, presidential field as they did the show, during which the com. are willing to part with him, dvHifntfd h) a I.Vu'ur-olJ orphan
up with the sit.Ins, wade-ins, Mississippi delegation and the were largely locked up for Goldwater before Atlantic City. resident oat burners. They merclals are plated more often anyway. "'w. Tin fiwnur urrilorv iifIkialU .
kneel-lr.s, and what have you. I two rival delegates, Florida Nothing else In the South Is conceded by top Democrats to. thought Hubert Humphrey and coat more." Distinguished The adjective udopkd the ring; In
think unless the situation abatesit shouted opposition.The showed early foot, Platform "War and used for ever nun ever elected 1<)27.
Florida delegates had day.IN
will be harmful for Dem.
very hoped for a chance to present a GEORGIA,where an expert's two.weekswingthroughthe
ocratlt chances. minority report on the Issue. state turned up heavy Goldwater sentiment, the word from
But most leaders agreed with They met in caucus before the him nevertheless 1st "Things will change when Senator Tal
the, presidential candidate of convention session and author madge and Senator Russell begin working, as they will, for
1952 and 1956, U.N. Ambassador ized Gov. Farris Bryant to look Lyndon. o AMERICAN RED CROSS 0

Adlai E. Stevenson. into the report of the creden. South Carolina' Gov. Donald Russell and Sen.Olin Johns.
4t we respect the law It we tials committee.In ton will be doing the same, though with no aid from Sen.
don't tolerate violence and dls.
Strom Thurmond.A .
a Monday caucus, the Florida
order, If we practice what we
preach about equality, If the group voted to support the TEXAS OBSERVER, scanning territory long prized by
strong help the weak and the regular' Mississippi delegation. Goldwater as fertile for him, predicts just the same that
rich the poor, there won't be "Our support for the Missis. native son LBJ will take It In a near sweep.
any lashing," Stevenson said. slppl delegation was based constituted upon Louisiana politicians at middle level dare to suggest HURRICANEEMERGENCY
The different views on how to the feeling that duly Johnson will capture the state despite coolness from Gov.
deal with the problem were re. groups ought to be honored and John McKeithen and Senators Allen Ellender and Russell
the rules ought to apply to Long. New Orleans could provide a good lift.
said State Chair
everybody, Counted on to be finally persuasive In these and some
itlllilrl< man Warren Goodrich of Bra. other southern states Is not simply Johnson the souther.

denton. ner, but Johnson the leader of a political party which standsIn
Goodrich said the only Imped the South for farm subsidies, welfare, boosts for educa.
jeep iment now to a November victory tions, and other aids to the many needy folk who could ex.
by the Democratic ticketIn press their economic Interest resoundingly at the polls.
Florida Is the civil rights

.Issue. the effective way to protest," INFORMATIONFOR
$alcsf f arti, would diminish before the alec He
charged that Goldwater
tlon. the Republican pre s 1 dentlal -The remaining schedule 01 thq YOUR
will learn that the '
"People nominee, had Indicated he Democratic National Convene
e I world Is not going to turn up. would abandon the moon pro tlon:
side down because of the civil )Ject. This will be a big Issue In
tftict itMvicr rights law. And they will real. Florida and will hurt Gold WEDNESDAY pa* observe the following pntaothns, jwtW bore link fear ol n ppproodt/ng/ storm

ice that Barry Goldwater Is not water, Goodrich said. Session.convenes. ,at ':00 p.m..

-eastern standard Time. 1. Most folks, Sving in homes built to meet 11. Yosr water supply may fall. Sterilizeyour
Invocation, the Rev. Leland J.
Stark, president, New Jersey current youth Flood building codes remain at bathtub and other containers' by scrubbing
: Council of Churches. home Hiring storms. If yours Is I modem home, thoroughly, then saturate I doth or sponge with

SDRIVE.INLIQUORS'' Presentation of colors. built to withstand storm winds and kept in good ordinary bleach and swab the container. Lat K

Pledge of allegiance, Gov. condition;you should be perfectly safe in your own dry, then fill with water.
; Jack M. Campbell of New Mexl. home where you can feel more at ease abort your

; CO.National property.' Just observe the precautions given' her. 12. nil the gasoline tank of your autemoWte.
Anthem, Mahalla It may be impossible to get gasoline toy I period.
e 428 9th STREET. SO. Ml 2-5555 20239th STREET, HO. MI 2-7222 Jackson.
2. It however feel Insecure In
Roll call of states for nomination you your 13. As the storm listen to
3 Come in and view the most complete stockin for president. home, go to your nearest Red Evscuite Cross shelter as radio or television for frequent advisories from your the
Balloting for presidential soon at they ere opened. exposed
the south nomination.Sen. beaches and islands early. Pre.storm tides may weather bureau and the Dissstar Committee of
Gale W. McGee of cut you off. your Red Cross These are official. Do not spread
Wyoming Introduces Senate rumors. If you have a battery.operated radio, be
Democratic Leader Mike Mans. sure it I is In working order.
3. Tike blankets and pillows to shelter. W
Queen Anne E Usher's Green StripeBlended field of Montana.
special diets or baby formulas needed take
Film biography of President 14. While storm winds blow,stay Inside. Keep
Scotch Scotch Whiskey Johnson. materials with you. Only emergency rations will a door or window open on the side away from the

Roll call of states for nomina. be provided at the shelters, and these not forseveral wind. Be quick to close if the wind changes direc:
86.8 A1Blended tlon for vice hours after shelters Be
president. are opened. sure tion and open one on the other side.
Balloting for vice presidential to eet something before you leave horn.

Case $58.00 Case $58.00 nomination. 15. Use flashlights If po aaibla A gust of
Acceptance speech by vice 4. Pets cannot be taken to shelters be wind might
,so sure upset a lamp or candle and cause a
Fifth $5.29Stillbrook r Fifth $4.99Guckenheimer presidential Benediction nominee., the Rev. Price A. to leave plenty of food and water for them. fire. Be sure al firs extinguishers are ready for use.

(tor) Taylor Jr., bishop of the Metho. 16. If the
dial Church of the New Jersey 5. If you have sick people M your home who storm center passes your are,
area. are unable to care for themselves, be sure to make there will be a calm period or lull lasting from sew

plans to move them to a place of safety. Although era! minutes to half an hour. Wind and rain may

THURSDAY your home may be normally safe, an lU person completely cease, but do not be fooled. Do not f*
Straight Bourbon Whiskey/ Session convenes at 8:13 p.m eut The wind wW resume from the ,
( Blended Whiskey might be adversely affected by emergency hurri- opposite dire*

6 Yrs. Old 86* d Case $48.00Qt.$4.25 EST.Invocation, the Rev. James A. cine condit'ons' If in doubt. to 1M necessity for tart often with greater force than before.

Case $38.50 t -' Alupls, pastor, St, Nicholas moving such parsons or as to the proper place to 17. After the storm, be cautious of
Greek Orthodox church New. which they should be moved consult every
your physician.: move. Do not touch fallen or low
hanging wires ef
Fifth ark N.J.
$3e49ROa any kind under
any circumstances.Avoid
Presentation of colors puddles
6. V art staying home remove or lath
JOG with fatten wires In
801fRBON Fledge of allegiance, A. W, them. Watch out for weakened
awnings and dose shutters. If
are boarding
Willis Jr., delegate from Mem. Imbs, porches, bridges and so forth which might
Boord's Gin Doro phis, Tenn. up, UM strong !lumber sad nail securely Brae colapse.

National Anthem, Enzlo French doors
London Dry '" Portuguese Brandy Stuartl. 18. Use leer phone for emergencies only,

90' 10 Years Old Memorial program, tribute to 7. Coiled and piece (Indoor loose objects Jammed switchboards may prevent emergency
= the late John F. Kennedy.Sen. such as garbage cans, yard tools and porch and cans for police firemen, doctors and Red Cross
Case $49.50 Fifth $4.19 Henry M. Jackson of lawn fwnrture. V you have not already done so Disaster UntU.
Washington introduces Atty.
Gen. Robert F. who In. check your trees and shrvbbery and remove limbs 19. II
Qt. $4.59 Kennedy damage-widespread
which not|jam the
troduces film, "A Thousand may damage your house or uMity wires. telephone system to
Days" Remove coconuts from nearby palm trees. report Interruptions In Indi
vidual electric, gas, water and telephone service
Asst. Secretary of Labor
Esther Peterson Introduces Am. 8. Check candle, "lamps and flashlight bat- Utility companies have plans for complete serv,

INVER HOUSE 80' bassador Adlai E. Stevenson ttnes and bulbs. Be sure you have extra batteries ice restoration. Report kxJMdoa trouble to utility
$4.29 Tribute to the late Eleanor and bulbs. companies only after services ere back on In your
BLENDED SCOTCH FifthHARVEY'S Roosevelt by Stevenson.Sen. neighborhood.'

Vance Hartke of Indiana
Introduces James A. Farley. 9. Check "emergency cooking fKiIitiet and 20. De report Immediately' to police or uwIty
Tribute to former Speaker be sure adequate fuel is on hand Lay in a supplyof companies. any hazardous conditions -

SCOTCH 86.8 Sam Rayburn of Texas by Far. canned foods, and milk. Electric service may be live electric wires, broken gas and water such mains as

ley damaged or shut off as a safety precaution if and overturned bottled gas tanks.
Resolution to departed Demo.
winds hurricane force.
$4.89OLD r
BLENDED SCOTCH Case $55.00 crass by Mayor Robert F. Wag. 21. Use extreme cautl ner of New York.Acceptance emeraencv
10. Conserve refrigeration. Turn Bghtng or cooking flames
speech, President your refrigerator to avoid fire hazards
Johnson and freezer a colder set sig. Open only
Benediction, Dr. John Bar. when absolutely necessary and dose quickly Both Prosed yew beetth. Boll water before

SMUGGLER 86- Full clay, pastor, First Christian will stay cold much longer t these precautions drinking

$6.89 church of Austin, Tex. are taken. Wei-constructed and bsrieted home 23. V neee
you help before
Qt- or after
BLENDED SCOTCH Case $75.00 Adjournment sine die. storm
freezers wed filled with food, wWI mamta food- watch for police or Red Cross disaster workers.

presuming temperatures up to 48 hours. or can Red Cross HeadquartersprtponJ -
Two future Presidents were

among the 5.(XX) persons who

PARTY PLANNING FREE FAST'DELVERY fathered on the tree-ohaded
slopes of Arlington for the first
ASSISTANCE FREE ICE CUBES official ohtervance of MemorialDd as a public ..... trf I

>'. Gen Uly.sea! S. Grant was

an honored guest and James A. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Garfield delivered the oration.


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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.pl., FU. w.,,".....,, Aut,,,. 24, IM4IIOXKYMOONEIJS a I

Anyone for Lots of Color? Study Suspended

Animation For

;iLLrLiBy Human BeingsWASHINGTON :

(AP) A pU
oneer In kidney transplants
J{ forecast today that victims of
organic ailments may eventual.
ly be frozen in suspended anl. ,
JANE 31ARTIN a matlon and later returned to life
when replacement organs are
available.Dr. .
Richard Llllehel of the
Reunion in New Jersey this week Mrs. Irene University of Minnesota said tl

Klauder, who has been visiting In Linwood, Is now In that might be possible when top
scientists, humanitarians
Chatham as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lum Jr. athletes and other out

Mrs. Klauder, Mrs. Lum, and Mrs. Barclay are Beach standing persons die from dl.
Club had leased hearts or other organs
golfing pals. Mrs. Barclay recently an operation
He said such a concept would
i on her foot so will skip the golf for awhile, but raise ethical questions as to who

the others will enjoy a few rounds at the Canoebrook should be so preserved but ex.
pressed a belief such problems
I might be worked out.
Mr. and Mrs. turn are coming down to their Surf He also envisioned the day

side apartment sometime In November, and while here when space voyagers could bekl'pt
In controlled cold
will for home In Shores. storage
start plans a Aqualane In their spaceships for trips be.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ray Blosser returned Wednesdayfrom yond the solar system lasting as

a six-week vacation. While away they visited in long as SOOyears
A spill while skating (Ildtt) may Induce awry expression but no embarrassment If small He said that might be possiblenot
Ala. and then Ohio where
Montgomery, went on to they
long after the turn of the
fry are wearing this fill's new pettfpants called "Beatknlts. Even the wind playing
saw relatives In Ada, Worcester, and Cleveland. havoc with a skirt at the playground right) does no more than pro\lde the chance to century
Mr. and Mrs. William Seeley are back from two show off a dazzling array of horizontal stripes. These cotton-knit jersey pettlpants serve It's conceivable, he said, that,
a dual purpose for pint-sized to college girls for they can be worn for sports and play such deep.frozen astronauts
weeks In N.Y. where visited Mr.
Brooklyn, they Seeley'sfather. could be so preserved that their
over briefs during the warm weather. Trims range from pompoms to loops, lace and
Their daughter, Barbara Pritchard, joined them braid. bodies would not age, and couldbe
for of the time and attended automatically thawed out,
part they a performanceof and be ready for explorationwhen

"High Spirits", and also saw some of the Fair. Mrs. 1 4 Start Out With they reached their Inter \ "'.. .-.

Pritchard is associated with station WINZ In Miami. Piggy Bank MoneyOn stellar objective.
He and a number of "'00 ; Mr and Mrs. Robot Flickof
Yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Russell left for San ::9s/u QC Florida Trip elates told about the develop. Highland Drhc. Nnplcs, are shown on th'i,'

Francisco to meet Mrs. Russell's father, Mr. Fred Pruden of Rpr1TBy ] CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) ments In technical reports to the recent honeymoon at the Caril>-Ocho Rios Hotel In I
and Mrs. Pruden of Celina, Ohio. The party will sail Financed by piggy bank mon first annual meeting of the So. Jamaica West Indies. :Mrs. Flick\ is the formf
ciety Cryobiology an organ.
aboard the Lurline for a month In Hawaii. GAIL WINCHELL Phone MI2.5704.-- ,ey, four children set out todayon izatlon devoted to studying the Mis Jun"tte Commander of Naples
Lt. Col. and Mr. C.C. Cuppa don spent most of her time shelling a 600-mile trip to St. Peters preservative effects of applying (Campbell photo)
OFF FOR WEST VIRGINIAMrs. visited Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ed Bo. and she reported that the 'burg, Fla. extreme cold to living tissues -.,.
J. H. Summerlin left today to be with her hannon In Jacksonville last week. shelling over here was wonder. It began to rain before they Llllehel In an Interview said Lady Bird Flies son says the First Lady lflt
Both Lt. Col. Cupp and Lt. Col. ful and that she found a coupleof 'got out of town, so they fought recent advances have been planning to attend< any to-UI< 1
son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Zumbrunen refuge in a car muffler shop.
Bohannon are retired. rare and beautiful shells The made at the University of Mln. events tonight.
In Huntington, W. Va. The Zumbrunens and their The Cuppa pent a weekend with Jordans are from Miami, Fla.I The shop owner contacted police, nesota In taking kidneys from To Convention
IA. Col. and Mr.William J.Con. who ended the children Jour
three children from human corpses, preservingthem
are moving soon Huntington to The bookmobile will be here
with 597 miles yet to
nor at Robin Air Force Base, ney go.
U hours after the
for to
Concord N. H. Dr. Zumbrunen has the Wednesday, September 2nd. The hitchhikers a 9 up WelchFuneral
accepted position Ga., before returning home. It were girl, patient's death at temperatures Today By CopterATLANTIC
of state director of Dental Public Health In New had been 13 years cine the Cupps All you lucky school kids will and her brother, 6; and two oth. Just above freezing, and then services for l"! H"n
last caw the Connors. Both faml. 1 be thrilled to know that school er boy, brothers, 8 and 9. Only transplanting them Into patients CITY, N.J. (AP) Welch 20 month old de4.ghler .
Hampshire. lies were stationed In Tokyo, Ja. 'starts next Monday and It's the three boys had piggy bank facing death from kidney all. Lady Bird Johnson arrives by Louise <
of Mr. and Mrs John J(Wspph
September 1st Mrs. E. P. Everhard will call for Mrs. pan, at the same time and became 1 back to the old grind! mon.y.rat2. ments. helicopter today at the Democratic Welch of Immukaloe! who

Summerlin and they will head for the west coast. Mrs. close friends. National Convention and drowned Monday note In a pLiJI\

.Summerlin will spend a week In Long Beach and Mrs. home Mr.from and Mrs.their Al summer Tatu returned home I lt fSumptuous e every been dolegate Invited to and turn alternateha out fora tic swimming pool In the b>tdt
Battles will be ,bald
Everhard will be with the Alan Smiths In San Francisco. In Mlnden, Ontario, last Friday. Houston big public receiHion. yard of her home
at 10:30 o'clock Thursday nu'irwIng
Then they join forces again to fly to Tokyo and several We're glad to see them home. I The First Lady files from in the Earl G. Itixlge' Fu'">
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Skeeter Washington with her daughter,
weeks In the Orient. Schlotz last week were Mr, and I Diningby ; Sleeping Lynda, 20, aboard a chartered oral Chapel Oscar In Naples.McCullum,

Mr and Mrs. Tom Benson plan to move Into their Mrs Howard Dunn of Mlr.mar, !. Sickness Rises plane welcome.for the \late afternoon. official Rev.the Central Baptist Church pa0rof ,

new home In Seagate this weekend. Friday, the Robert Fla. Gaynor Maddox Convention sign painters have Naples, will conduct the servlc**.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ippen'sdaughter Newspaper Enterprise Assn. HOUSTON Tex. (AP) Interment will be In Lee Mere.
Bensons leave for a month at their favorite retreat In son.ln.law and grand been busy making "Welcome
Houstonlans by the thousands In Acr, .
orlal! Gardens Lehlijh
Mr. and Mrs. Al John. Lady, Bird" placards and a 38.foot.long .
N. C. daughter
Jonas Ridge
returned to their We dined recently in The Rainbow Room battled the encephalIt Is.ca rry. welcoming streamer.Instead Friend may call from 8 o'clockto
Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Benson are entertaining at a Ion home and In Jaml Mollne, ni. Mr. John. I iFi an elegant restaurant 65 floors atop Rockefeller Ing mosquito and Its breeding of the traditional key 8 o'clock tonight at thefunefaj

cocktail party at the Fish House Dining Room honoringMrs. Ion brought his family down here ..,.. Plaza in New York. place today a* the number of to the rlty, the HuRhes < MMren chapel.
- suspected cases of the sleeping
John Dowling and her son Gordon, of New York. three weeks ago and had to return Because the day was stifling we chose will give the First Lady a tercentenary .
sickness rose to 216.
to his work In Illinois. Mr*. Maddox from a salad cart Of chlcken-stuffed tomato gold, pin, set with emeralds .
Mrs. Dowling and Gordon are at their home on Eighth Johnson and Jaml stayed here salad hard-cooked eggs with truffles, shrimp with dill on Free Insecticide was doled armed out to mark New Jersey's

Avenue, South, for a few weeks. with her paretns and visited with ice and a beautiful fresh pineapple, berries and cottage by themselves the city for and the resident war with the. 300th anniversary PLAY

Another honored guest at tonight's party is John her sister, Mrs. Kay Larson. cheese salad. female rules mosquito, now Mrs. Johnson and both herdaught.rs nntnagCHARLES*
Mill Joanne Wlnctiell is presently UK I, 17, *rrjve<|
Groth, well known artist, writer and teacher. He spendsa in DeBarry, Fla., and will CHICKEN STUFFED TOMATO SALAD blamed. for 18 deaths the past 30 Monday will be In the pI.t'.I. WITH

few weeks here every summer and has many friendsIn be home Thursday or Friday.Mr. ((6 Servings) day.Residents In this city of one dentlal box tonight for the noml. ,

Naples. Mr. Groth regularly does illustrations for Esquire and Mrs. Harold Lynn and 6 mt'dlum'llze firm, fresh, Chicken salad mll'lon flocked to fire stations nation of President' Johnson and
daughters, of Miami spent the his vice presidential running
tomatoes 6 stems of parsley, Hi for the chemical
and Short Story International', and teaches at the weekend at the Isles of Capri ripe spray they mate. GOREN
hard-cooked inches long would t them from
hoped prote
Art Students' League of New York, and the National Motel and Marina. They spent 1 large yolk, finely chopped egg (Head lettuce the mosquitoes, which carry the A spokesman for Mrs. John.

Academy of New York.In their time fishing, boating and disease, commonly called sleep ...ca Amtricin PritidiM Linn
swimming.Mr. Wash tomatoes and flash dip in boiling water and then e Oil M
nI Bridge Crulia It till ,
addition, he has illustrated deluxe editions of and Mrs. Bob Porter of Into cold water Remove skins with a knife. Cut a slice from ing sickness Virginia t
many Important books Including "Exodus", "War andPeace" Miami also spent the weekendat the bud ends of tomatoes Inch thick and lave for later mixed Firemen the Insecticide at 53 fire and station clt. San The SS FriiKlice PRESIDENT Dec ROOSEVELT 24th with, ChifM sails Ae h".
the Isle of Capri Motel and use. Scoop out a small amount of the tomato pulp from the the cove" "Mltck" IMAM .fewlonilly -
"Grapes of Wrath", "Men Without Women", end Item patiently waited forI "at- Germ and.neld.et
Marina.Mr. about 1 Inch In diameter. Cut each ,
centers, leaving a cavity burk. condKlini' brldt tctivilM/ -!IrMItctuiti
for a definite change of pace last year did "Black Beauty"and and Mrs. Murray Rolandof tomato into 4 or petals\ beginning at the bud ends and ets carrying, plastic pickle bottle Jars jugs and even .shoo, totumi tut muter ftiMtoutniminti
Dickens' "Christmas Carol." Winter Haven were guests cutting to the stem end being careful not to cut through the empty paint ran. Birthday Books Th.sroirim If der1ned tax
at the Isles of Capri Motel and and fill with bilnniri.I Intamadtetand' Mv iKlpliyiri ; <
During World War II and the Korean and Indo- tomatp at the bottom. Spread the petals slightly Many parent said they re Sponge Loaves Visit' Hawaii lapse" Hon| Ila+rand
Marina this past week.They spent chicken salad. Cut 1V4 inch round tops from the slices cut fused to let their children play the rtiilipiwnw Fw 'lull OUIIi M.:
China Mr. Groth was a correspondent.From their time and shelling. of each Wonder Washers
wars newspaper fishing from the bud ends of tomatoes. Place one on top outside after dark and stayed TRAVEL ACENCT ADDRW'Tl/IIChE
his experiences he wrote two books, "StudioEurope" Spending two weeks at the Isles tomato. Sprinkle with chopped hard-cooked egg and Inserta home evenings.A .
of Capri Fishing Lodge were Mr. in the centers to simulate a stem. Serve on
and "Studio Asia." he selected parsley stem helicopter and 40 tru<'ks
Recently was and Mrs. Bob Roger and daugh. lettuce. were spraying and fogglnr Crayton Cove Bldg. Naples Travel Agency, K<,
with other World War II figures to go on Pan American's ters, Donna, Linda, and Becky. CHICKEN SALAD ditches and bayous prim 14 fifth Ave South Ml I41SJ
from New York Berlin. The They returned home with a large MI 2-3840
Inaugural non-stop flight to mosquito breed bog places.
quantity of grouper and a mix. 1 cup diced, cold cooked taste .
group was there for D-Day and also toured Normandyand .d catch of snapper nook, anda chicken li teaspoon ground black
other battle sites. few redflsh. The Rogers girls 1 cup finely diced celery pepper
pent most of their time wlm. 1 teaspoon finely chopped 1 teaspoon fresh lemon BACK TO SCHOOLIn
Not long ago he spent four weeks In Dallas at mine, water skiing, and sunning. onion Juice

the Ruby trial which he illustrated for the Saturday Also staying at the Isles of 'i teaspoon salt or salt to 3 tablespoons mayonnaise

Evening Post. Although Mr. Groth Is technically on vacation Capri Fishing Lodge last week Combine all Ingredients and spoon Into cavities of tomatoes Our Famous

and Is, In fact, enjoying the beach every day, don were and Mr.children.and Mrs.They Foy return.Jor. prepared as in above directions.

he still is at work. His current project Is reading some ed home with plenty of group.
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WEDNESDAY Y, AUGUST 26, 1964 ? . RACIAL/ AND ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (A Pal) can convention, has antagonist\

I ABOUT EOu.\L.ITY ffi ETHNIC VOTING -This is the dullest politic ,a number of Rep bTIcan.,
WITH NO BLOCS ? convention since the one the Republicans The proof Is In the fact tlut
in 1956, and for after the convention he found it
If Cleo Does Come For A Visit. DIFFERENCEStJ '
. OF RACE.: \" the same reason. Yet, It has Its 1 necessary to have a unity me t.
GREED COLOR,> I \ I 'II own special fascination in the tog with. some of the Republic i ,a\

fTC-: '.I. things unseen and unsaid. :leaders.TO
The season's third hurricane, called without suspected hurricane In the area. 1wIjv In 1956 the Republicans met to preserve party unity Johnson
of approving from the beginning took the
"Cleo," may be felt here In Collier County No. 10 on the Beaufort scale is described y' ;t go through the the uncontested renoml- opposite course, although total

within the next 24 hours or so if as a "whole gale" which pack nation of President Dwight D. unity seems Impossible In those

Cleo should come our way, Collier Coun- winds from 55 to 75 miles per hour. Elsenhower. Here the Democrats Southern areas where whites
doing the same for the have already expressed their
tians would be well advised to take No. 12 is the "hurricane," with winds uncontested are nomination of PresIdent antagonism on the racial Issue

proper safety precautions. These have over 75 miles per hour. But the Beau- Johnson. But, as the platform Show,
that fort scale Then and now there was the Johnson tried to straddle this
been published so many times we description of this number includes
situation by the
usual routine of blasting the op ticklish Ian.
do not feel it necessary to repeat them the sentence, "very rarely experi position.But guage of compromise.

here. enced." the Democratic speakers, In a clear effort to keep

For whatever it may be worth in With records of the past 64 years reciting the wonders of Johnson of the and administrations ;Southerners the Democratic and Negroes tent the under plat.

peace of mind for those who had their indicating that the chances of Collier the late President John F, Ken. form assured the latter the

first hurricane experience during Donna, County getting a direct hit by a hurricane nedy, bracket both men In their Johnson administration would

it must be recognized that all hurricanesare are 1 In 12, and after Donna hit 4 eulogies without mentioning the enforce their rights mild while It is saving
differences between them. so In language so cal.
not as violent as that dear lady was the area smack in the face, a bookmaker Perhaps the greatest differ. culated not to Inflame the South

and that all hurricanes do not hit would probably give pretty good odds I once was thlst Kennedy was an For those Republicans who

Collier County head-on, as Donna did. that the area is safe from another directhit. Individual Johnson Is far kind more of the president organl; may too find conservative Goldwater too for forcefulor their

As a matter of fact, Collier Countyhas 1L. ration man.Kennedy taste, the Democratic plat.

seldom been in the direct path ofFlorida's However, it is reasonable to expect ( at the time of hU form's moderate liberalism is
s1L. death was still young enough to offered as an Inducement to go
hurricanes over the years. that Collier County get gale windsif } r, t
many may give a sense of youth to the presidency along with Johnson.All .
Statistics based on available evidence Cleo passes over South Florida. But Johnson can't. He Is this is Implicit,unstated,

indicate that the chances of hurricane these usually are not overly destructivea deeper In middle age. in what has happened here. And
The words of Kennedy, a far all of it Is Implicit In Johnson's
force winds visiting this area are I In ( few trees down and perhaps a roofor better read man than Johnsonand philosophy, Illustrated many

12, which Is far better than, say, Palm so damaged) and those who follow therefore more literary In times in the past of how to organize .

Beach ((1 In 10)) or Pensacola ((1 in 10)), ordinary safety precautions and stayin which his thinking Johnson's, had more a pedestrl.sparkle to get what he wants.

but not as good as the chances of Jack the house are quite safe. an speeches never achieve. eeeeeea..e.eeewashington

sonville, which are 1 in 50. County residents who came here There was a sense of gaiety

The of Hurricane from where tornados & : .. about Kennedy a wit and detachment
eye, or areas are not uncommon : '"' - about himself and his

Donna passed directly over Naples and occurrences may rest assured .,. ._. "... : : .__. Job which Is lacking Johnson . . . . . . . .
was a rather terrifying experience) even that a hurricane is much less dangerousthan who sounds more deadly seriousand

for native Floridians who have been a tornado.If 'peopleirvflie l sometimes even doleful. WASHINGTON (AP) The
The Best of BoyleBY But Kennedy wasn't 'In the Office of Education estimates
through many blows. But Donnas are Cleo does come our way, residents same league with Johnson in that a record 52.9 million sfu.

the exception rather than the rule. need not panic or flee The area has HAL BOYLENEW 1 unrelenting presidential drive dents will enroll In the nation's
aimed at persuading people schools and colleges this fall.
Many newcomers to Collier County an excellent warning system, adequatestorm news' particularly In Congress to This represents well over a

may not be familiar with the "Beaufort shelters, and all other facilitiesfor YORK (AP) It is a movies It's a woman. U It gets melt their differences to do quarter of the U.s. populationand

Scale of Wind Force," which determines handling emergencies. It is advisableto truism of our times that the sex. down on its hands and knees INDEPENDENCE Mo. ]) what he wanted or some of what marks the 20th straight
II are letting more alike In and starts looking for the shoes, ;.tA:Y he wanted. year of record enrollment. Last
am having
whether a blow Is a gale, whole gale, or keep In touch with authorities via America. it's a man. time carefully In what[ He works at organizing his fall 51.6 million were enrolled.

a hurricane. Beaufort Number 1 indicates radio or telephone. Get a few candles Incase Ai a matter of fact, it li jet. Does It do its fair share ofpushing Urn may very yet be available to mi:; forces In a way Kennedy, Just WASHINGTON (AP) Prest.

a light wind of from 1 to 3 miles electricity is cut off, fresh batteries ting harder and harder to tell while door going through a to do the many things that still l because of his detachment, dent Johnson has come up witha
revolving ? It's mastered. It
a have
them apart.In gentle might never labor first: a seven.member
per hour; No. 5 Is called fresh winds for flashlights and radios, fill the bathtub the Middle Ages there was man for sure. Does It leap In remain Thus to did be Harry done.S. Truman ex. seems a basic part of Johnson's board to investigate three separate

which have speeds of from 19-24 miles with water and remain calm and no men problem. U a creaturehad front of you and grab the taxi plain why he Isnt attending the|I make-up that he must succeed, disputes Involving the na
long hair and wore a lone you Just nagged down? II'. a \ If not entirely, at least a bit. tion's railroads and 11
per hour; No. 8 is a gale but winds only cool inside homes. Democratic National Convention nonoper.
lady .
time.If of Johnson whichi
dress, It wee a woman. If It had every this It's this part atlng railroad unions
reach speeds of from 39 to 46 M.P.H., Be assured that if Cleo develops Intoa on a suit of metal and clanked It brags about the steaks it Asked year.at a news conferencehow I showed up at this convention Usually such boards created

and Is described In scale readings as Number 12 on the Beaufort scale, whichisn't when It walked, it was a man. cooked in the backyard, It's a he felt, the 80-year-old I I while he remained in Washing under the Railway Labor Act'
Each could tell the of the man. If It dimples when you ton. There can hardly be any
sex have
strong enough "to break twigs off trees." likely, the local' Civil Defense and other on tight. praise the roast It cooks In. former president replied, "Oh,', doubt his guiding hand is run. three members.

Florida frequently has gale winds even Red Cross will be ready for the worst. But since knighthood no long doors, it's a worn an. very That's well.all."I'm just getting: old. sing the show.

er la In flower the Identity of If It wears a red ribbon In Its WASHINGTON (AP) The
ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP])I If the tone of this conventioni
hair, It's a lass If it combs Its Census
the sexes bas become more puz.tllng. says there Is at
Joan Kennedy says she has I could be summed up In one
The spread of the eQual hair like the north end of a duck mixed emotions about her mem, word it would bet moderation. least one television set in 93 of
rights movement and the rise of going south, It's a lad. every 100 American householdsand
bershlp in the Massachusetts i I The moderation has a double
the togetherness cult have so In. U two go to the supermarket, delegation to the Democratic:: purpose obvious before the con. one family In six has two or
others terminated the historic roles of the one that pushes the loaded National Convention. ventlon ever opened here Mon. more sets.
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS men and women that both have cart Is the mister The missus "1 am vary honored to be part t: day. Two yean ago, a similar bu.
become somewhat confused. the one that holds vo the line at reau showed at least
survey one
of the delegation, she saidupon I I The object is keeping the
';Women' and men: now work'at th.* checkout counter as she her arrival at Atlantic City i Democrat. united while attract. television set In 90, per cent 'ol
the the fumbles through the wilderness all U.S. homes.WASHINGTON.'
same Jobs. They play Ing as many Independents and
same sports. They dress alike of her purse band. AP The
Republicans as possible. This is ( ) -
21UlER ; Lt.10L"MrrJ particularly In their youthful U you open the door to It and Mrs. Kennedy's husband, Sen.. the usual political tactic, of use of nuclear energy to remove
\ years, and they talk about the it tries to sell you a box of coo- Edward M. Kennedy, Is hospitalized course, but this year it has a salt from sea water and gener.
It tries to sell box of cook.
same things. you with a broken back, suffered , special significance. ate electricity at the same time
As an Inevitable result, they les, it's a Girl Scout. If it helps in a plane crash last June., Sen. Barry Goldwater, by his will be discussed at the third
lock more alike. As a matter of old ladles across a street, It'sa annual international
AP positions Issues and conferenceon
v afLJlt IItill' MYRTLE BEACH S.C. ( |)I on the un.
r fact, teen-agers now look so Boy Scout. President Johnson's brother,,, compromising tactics of his sup. peaceful use. of atomic energy .
r' much alike that only their own Does it bring Its paycheck Sam Houston Johnson, is In I i porters at this year's Republl. at Geneva Aug. 31 to Sept. 9.
home in its mouth? It's a man.
parents can tell which Is son
hospital at this resort, suffering
__ .
which is daughter.But Doe. It think money grows on
from pneumonia and a kidney
QUEENIMA'FAKE It Is almost as hard to tell tree's? 1%'. a woman. infection.Dr. .
Pop from Mom when both If It writes newspaper col. :
!!!!!! put R. L. Jackson said Tues.day
on slacks to go golfing, or umns such as this, It's a him. If that Johnson, an Austin, U.S. Bombings Delight
Grandpa from Grandma when it reads columns such as this Tex., attorney Js respondingwell
they dress up In old clothes to and lose. Its temper, It'. a her. to treatment and will be .f South Viet Nom TroopsBY
go fishing
discharged in a few days.
What we need Is a kind of Johnson was vacationing
Baedecker of Sex to tell the gen. QUICK QUIZ when he became ill about u RAY CROMLEY
dens apart. Here are a few ways days ago. Washington Correspondent

T1 'AVE LiBUREAU It If still It can be dons Q-Which of the constella- WASHINGTON (AP) Ka- Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
when you address
thryn O'Hay Granahan, treasurer
tions is supposed to hold first
It "
as "Ma'am, It Is feminine. If of
the United States, under
It grunts and growls, It Is mas. rank in the heavens went surgery Tuesday to mak I I A5IiINGTONJ-(NEA-"A) year ago all the Viet Cong we
A Orion.Q hit
culine.If home-made
certain that bones in an Injured.lbow I weapons. Now they're using new stuff-
It strikes a kitchen matchon knit Czech Chinese and Russian machine
-ln a striking clock, does properly. guns, recoilless rifles
the seat of Its trousers, It's a the first or last stroke mark Mrs. Granahan fractured the, mortars, even the Infantryman's individual weapons.
him. If it waits coyly for you to the hour elbow and a knee when she fell; "We know it's coming across the border from Cambodia-

light its cigarette. a her, A-Usually the first stroke. In a radio studio last week.A brought there down the Ho Chi Minh trail from Tine North.
If It takes off Its shoes at But we don't have the
""""' .."--the.y,.",__w' .,."" ........w... .. .,.."'. Treasury official said she them men or the firepower here to stop
'" ,' ,' :: F'. ; probably will be in the hospitalsix from bringing it In. They're building considerable
,,, up
.'i ; : .i } : fjLRL'ItAL..APPAL.
; .
? +.na ;., : to eight weeks.HOLLYWOOD amount of power here for when they want to use it."

'Th ChrUMu Selsan Monitor CAP) Singer
_( ( ( Anna Maria Alberghetti says TilE SPEAKER IS AN AMERICAN OFFICER
Is there any place left where .e are still lived A'Itl'tct.MI 1 tCot f she and director Claudio Guzman .' on the Cambodian border. This officer regularly talking patrols to with me

MORDC OTAR. 1 A will be married Sept. 12 at a Vietnamese Ranger battalion. He's a hero to his Viet.

ACROSS 25. Counts 5 Eo A . Eo REo. I D S Los Angeles. namese Rangers. They're a "Tiger" unit, raring to fight.
1. MICIW A 8 L. C .. Actor James Garner is con. When I talked to these men they were Just
_.. nanctl . MOT In from a
f. and fined to his room at i Honolulu patrol, drinking roisterously and
Those for
Britons ready
down. 28. Russ' r A D 0 V S 0 R D t 0 hotel with virus. frightened the girls more action. They
stockade they were with by playing'
Mr Arthur Lewis (Wilt Ham North, Prim Minister to express quasi-medical 7. Vend 30. Mountain S T A I R S P I L N 0 Allen Funt, host of the CBS I live hand grenade. games with

Lib.) asked the Prim Minister whetherh opinions about a Hate of nervousness. U. Jap. guitar . CON Ii tAL. . television show, "Candid Cam. But back to the American Ranger officer
would make an official visit, to his (Laughter.) i 31 News Or A 0 0.1.. 0 0. I D A era," was divorced in Reno, they say-the Reds aren't bringing heavy : "Maybe down It's like
constituency on July ZT in view of the Mrs, Braddock Liverpool, Exchange, TikeItDole. Nev., by his wife of 18 years, Ho Chi( Minh trail. But they're the
fact that he would be in east Londonon Lab.)-The people in the Exchange U. Overl) alnilluon: MIL 1 G t W L. O' t R Evelyn. The property settle new weapons and their fire sure hitting Is w with a lot of

that date. division relent the Prim Minister's re- proper Ibbr. t R I e. S 0 C F t. Co T ment and agreement on custody "'rom"where sit we've got to shut power that going up sharply.
Sir Alee Douglas-Hem (Kinross and fusal to meet me-(Laughter)-when he penon :S2. Llihthouse S TON e. .1'1 "'I I Eo F R A YI3. of their three children was they can do us a lot of damage" trail off. Otherwise
Weit Perthihlre, C.-I repel my pro Visits my constituency, and to see some Land .ur. 3f. Clamor sealed by the court
gramme for July 27 is already full up of the shocking conditions left by his rounded by S. Legume SOLUTION 0> YISTIROAY'S PUZZll Actress Jayn Mansfield filed The Viet Cong already move through much of this area at
and therefore I am unable to accept the Government in which people art living. ..7. Slral suit in Santa Monica, Calif., to will.So
hon. gentleman's Invitation, but I am (Opposition cheers.) 17.water Within: :38. Blade 2. Cheese dish 9. Ancestry have a 1963 Mexican divorce the American officer and the officers and men of the
glad he recognizes the value of these As he refuses to do so, I hope he getsa comb. form 39. Indict :3. Entertain 10. Gentlewoman from Mickey Hargltay declared Vietnamese battalion he works with were delighted when
meeting, (Ministerial laughter.) very warm reception in my constituency Fruit 41 Rank 4. Practice valid. The couple reconciled aft* word reached us of the U.S. bombings in North Viet Nam.
Mr A. Lewis-I too am sorry that the (Opposition cheers and laughter.) 18.19. Turk.punch 43. Dull noise 5. 17th Hebr 12. Marriage er Jayn obtained the divorce, They hope the United States is ready to take the
Prime Minister could not find time to Sir A. Do.lae-lIomllook forwardto 44. Toothed letter vow but friends say they have separ. necessary to put a halt to the flow of arms steps
come, although I agree with him that it the warm reception which I have had 20.governor Honest- 46. Tolerable 6. Sly and 16. Minuter ated again troops coming down from the North. equipment and
would appear It would do neither him everywhere. I cannot go everywhere in {7. Sneaky maliciousslang text The Vietnamese
nor his party any good If he were to one day.-From a parliamentary reportin 21. Solid {8. Denary 18. Slain coin . . . . . . . .. "Let have drink Ranger battalion commander exclaimed:
come (Opposition cheers.) The Times (London alcohol 7. Yellow 20. Woodi- a because now the war begins."

Sir A. Doull.I-UomDnn't be too 23. Eleven DOWN pigment man'i tool COLLIER COUNTY NEWS liE AND HIS MEN ARE
sure I may come: some \I", .. You had Exit 24 Germane 1 L'raeus 8. Empower 21. Lancet MICHAEL CHANCE, Edit.-Publisher chase an TIRED of the "half war," where
better look out. (Ministerial cheers and GarbageIn 22. Lubricant THOMAS HAYER. Associate Editor you enemy you never lee and you're hit .by an
MARSHALL WYATT, Adv. M.n..., enemy you can't find.
with the for status.garbage .
quest I j [J ,,4 rs 1 "d 24. Mimic ALBERT 0 POLK A. M.h. Supt. Some officers estimate
Mr. Harold Wilton (Huyton, Lab.- collectors in Milwaukee want 'h / 26. Tell they're losing 5 to 10 men for
a story DAVID HERMANSON. CI,.. Director Viet
As value : every Cong they get.
one who recognizes the great their occupation to carry a tooter label. II d. i II 27 Witch
of these meetings, could I safe the Prime The Milwaukee Garbage Collection Laborers /' Published, dilly ,xc'pt Monday I talked to officers in some regions on
my recent tour
ecretly and Saturday. In th* afternoon by
Minister If he knows bow keenly his Independent Union has filed a /f II I. 29. th* Collier I! County Publishing Co, whove been out on patrol for six months, have suffered
Visits to the Liverpool area are anticipated demand with the City Council asking % Counting In... Tel Twelfth Avnu, South Naples heavy casualties yet never have seen a live Viet
particularly sine he has chosen that the title of ",uba,* collection la- I 17 /, I' 30de\Ice Box, 1737.Telephon Fii' .. 13MO. Mill eddrw P. O. battle Cong in
the period *f the annual holiday (Opposition borer" be changed to "combuitible field : spike Midway 22107 for all You can't tell whether you're hurting the
II i I. 33. Girl Communists or
/ /
) man. dpartmntt.Subscription
0" not.
They their dead
carry and wounded
/ /
students 0 0 away with
Sir them.
A. DottrlM-Hom shall be surprised Thus the trend continues to brighten -
if there are not plenty of people Image and occupations. The fellow who 11 IT :/ t l' fr 34. Weight fordiamonds Rato U.S.
Iy carrier' or mall, payable ADVISERS AND VIETNAMESE
there to meet me, (Laughter.) used to be a sewer worker is now a dvnc. ifkedT. SOLDIERS
Mr. BI'P-D"taoa <:.) Janitors custodial II ,,, J, / JI 35 Caresses tIred, too, of being on the defensive. A'
(Chlgwell, sanitary engineer. are ,> One tsar lit Six Month S7.SO. one
Does not this question, and the fact that engineers and barbers are coiffure designers JI 4 ,. 36. Reverberate Thr*. Month |].7i.Mmbr who's "You've" got to fee you're getting back at the
guy hitting
of Th* Associated Pre. you
Mr. Lewis has to be supported by the Blacksmiths don't shoe horses, / which .* ntitld ..clwivly to the
Leader of the Opposition, reveal their farriers do. 11 J6 J1. /- J' 38 Crumb It.. fo, repubiication of all local I So the idea that we're at last hitting back gives a lift to
growing nervousness (Ministerial There is precedent aplenty for the '; / 40. Jap. said wall news. .item* all prmtd AP, now In th ditpatcho<* paper a* :!the fighting men.
cheers and laughter) at demand mad in Milwaukee. And now 41 As one rugged Vietnamese
Opposition JI 00 141 green Entered .* second class manor at Ranger put It. "We're going to
the mounting popular support for the Junior can be expected to make a demand 41. Some th* Pott fc.M*t.c.t"i.:7.. .be No.-J Tigers." An American Ranger officer said the
Conservative Party led by the Prim. too. When his mother tells him 4J 14' 41 42. Yearn: under Act ,same thing in a different way: "I feel more ho."
Th. NEWS no reieonaibility lUng
Minister, and the great succeii of his to take out the garbage., he may refuse colloq for the return of unsolicitedmanutcriptt But for his feeling to catch Are and hold '
tours to meet the Britlun people (Ministerial to act until she "",, .Pi...* take the ,. 047 . 4' 45. Obsolete *r pnotofraph financial. been ma say the UA and Vietnamese the tTarV
The NEWS auume ne gwram
cheers ami Opposition laughter.) combustibles to the gar-er, combu t have Ie CO-
for l errors
Th* Speaker it"iI no duty of the tion can."-Minneapolis Star tor time 24 min'a: .....".;.... railway responsibility*.or omissions ty.pft M advertisement 'Jofk, ,. come up with a eont4.ueilel...r,.-.. .!!,.



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I 6 COUIW' COUNTY NEWS N.pl'''' fl.. WtJn. ...,. A.igjtt Ik, N" Convince
Pan-Am Khanh Can't

'" Quit Politics
.; Strike Junta To

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new national leader part
SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) arrangement with the lead.

Ma). Gen. Nguyen Khanh failed ers an of student and Buddhist

Settled toW to convince fellow memo demonstrators was not even
bers of the ruling revolutionarymilitary discussed.

\bHINGTON (AP council that the) Before the five.hour meeting
e should quit politics to prevent
Ti import workers returned t'' broke up student leaders threat.

d.l. t" their Jobs ,it Pal Amin I new riots close to a ened new mass demonstrationsunless
"We are not even
following .1 Bike the military men re.
< All ways
said U. Gen. Tran
en the
Thlen Khlem, one
boi ,ntrart which one UII"i "r f lug the government to civilians
the 60 manjunta
powerful officers on
final I ailed the best ever neg(I' Khanh called the situation se.
date I In the Industrv north rlous.
Fresh bloodshed In the
The strike of AFL.CIO Trans Buddhist rioters thronged In
attended deepeiullng of the politic
in! Workers Union members and around Da Nang 380 miles
f .
al "rlsls that led Khanh to i e
4lpe lasted less than 24 hours but ; ,. northeast of Saigon, for the
,'rlr| l lied the airline's operationsto ,' sign Tuesdai as president, Junka and third straight day and South I
"ontioxeisUl constitution
a foreign points from New\: I i' Vietnamese troops Intervened 1
I pledge a new deal for this Com.munllt.men.1'ed
York Miami, Washington, Seat. for the first time to check their !
tie, Wash., Portland Ore., San anllgoxeminent, anti Catholic
A source ,'lose to the Junta ;
,. : |
Francisco, Los Angeles and and antUAmeilcan I demonstra.tions I
said 1 the question of electing a
Houston, Tex. )
Pan American operates no The troops fired over the '

y s domestic flights heads of the crowds. The toll of

The air line recalled all Its the riots rose to 11 dead and 61

employes to duty shortly after County wounded Two of the dead w'reVletll.101,1e

the 'c, __ soldiers. Da Nang
agreement was rea..hed.Board - -- '''''' '>.c -""- '

GENERAL-C.E. JUNG said extra Chairman planes will Juan be Trippe operated BRIDAL SHOWEr: for Miss Mae Wilson \\i\s jriun bv Miss Sue police for loUlnp.nested Catholic 40 of the.rioters owned

In transatlantic' service to Reich l.t at the Gulf Tower ;Apaitnu-nts Read: for the take iittmjr Business shops were sacked. and bunied.Demonstritions .

accommodate any backlog of ceremony fiom left abe : Miss I Alice: Lind maid of lionoi ; Miss R" l'h.l.t. also flared

Gen. Jung Named Managing t traffic hostess ; Miss Wilson ; and Miss Sandy Goodnight bridesmaid. Dr. Chde Brothers leportedtothe .' again I In Hue 50 miles north of I I

Details of the new contract ( Winter photo) County Commission nester.day Da Nang I aid)i 40 miles south of
covering 12,000 union members Hut some rowdy refuUtlon n 1 Com nlllll I l t North Viet Nam's
maintenance and ground should IN drawn to compel| owners frontlet. Students ('OI1OI.1n.dp..rt'd -
service personnel and flight ste. Bridal Shower of UlHii ramps\ to tear them 1 radio station.
the Hue
Director Of Golden Gate wards and stewardesseswere Old Everglades ACL Depot down when the buildings lane tkteiorlated >. Police and 'total officials Joined i
to a 1IIIIItI'h'I" they
not disclosed pending ratiflca. For Mae WilsonBlonde 4,000 demonstrators In a street j i
brig. Gen. C. E. Jung nunlty of Cape Coral near Fort tlon by rank and file union| are not lit for human habitation,', pnade.
(USAF W.) hat been appointed 1 Myers, dedicated Its first build. members. Mae Wilson, twice a He said mJU.h..k.. are OKUpled As the Junta haggled fearsrose

managing director of Golden I ng complex-Including com. This Is expected to be completed contestant In beauty contests In Will Become even oIft'er owners had ton. that thc Communist Viet
Gate, new Florida community nunlty recreation center and six by the middle of next Naples, was honored at a bridal RestaurantIt damned them and put up wal'nl.n! ifsigns. !: Cone nu\ take .idvintipe of the I

being developed 12 miles north. node! humes..last month. week, the union said shower Monday evening, given Tearing ikiun the unfit' crisis l>>' attacking the capital

east of Naples by Gulf American The city Is programmed to About 9,000 workers were In. by Miss Sue Reichert at the Gulf was an auspicious occasion structural changes lothe buildIng sharks was the est solution,'. itself Intelligence reports Incliute .

Land Corporation. over eight square miles and will volved In the strike over wages, Tower Apartments. when the first passenger train are planned "as we think It an'01'ding to Dr. Brothers.Students that the Communists mn

Edward V. Parent, vice pres.offer centralized water and sew. working conditions and fringe The brlde-to was showered pulled Into the handsome SpanIsh an excellent\ example of early have more than 20,000 h'topearound |
ident of the Miami.based jrage systems, 18 hole golf benefits - -
com. with gifts and good wishes by 20 Salpon.
style stucco depot at Ever- Florida architecture; The
pany, said Jung will be In chargeof ourse, swimming pool and James J. Ilorst, Internationalvice former school friends attendingthe Diplomats dt'lI'I""d" 37.1',11',
glades City In June of 1928. restaurant will be alrcondltlon- wlthl two mll"l1
living n
church and school sites mid director of
overall Golden Gate operationsand president affair Refreshments of punch Khanh is onfident lie oulcl
future the union's Air Transport Division The community at long last, rd and afford "a fine view of of the new' Sea Galt'&:hlllli tienottransxiiteil old
development.Prior > and cake were served by the hos. weather the storm.
to his new assignment, called the contract the toss through the efforts of Barron Lake Placid and should be a | by' bus and will walk I

Jung had been director of plan. best ever negotiated In the In. Miss Wilson, who will become G. Collier was connected with pleasant place for fishermen along the Trail to and fiomschool.

nlng at Golden Gate for the past Chamber Shifts dustry. the bride of Randal Ed Davis In the outside world by railroad, and travelers to lunch or dine," School .idmlnUtl'.itois

18 months. He Joined Gulf Am. The walkout began about 2 ceremonies tomorrow at the steamship and highway. Mrs. Brown said In a letter to and others see the need of aslciewalk.and Mass In English i

erkllf.In January, 19C3, aClercompletion Meet a.m. Tuesday after negotiations First Presbyterian Church, Is a Since that day over 35 years The NEWS. matkettandprotert'ed

of 31 years of mil. Quarterly between union and management graduate of Naples High School, ago many famous persons had Gary Warner a graduate of students Trail crossings who will most itti-iul of the the Seems Strange I
Itary service reached a stalemate class of 1063. She was a contest.
from In hotel
Golden Gate of The union had sought ant In the alighted plush Atlantic MlchlganState University school live east of tht hlghwu
sister-city To September 3 wage Swamp Buggy Queen
Coast Line trains the hand- and
at restaurant
management The children are In the first
GALC'S 3500-resident com. Increases of IS per cent, Im. contest two )vears ago and was se. To WorshippersST.
conditions and cond some little station before It was and now a resident of Brandon through the sixth grade age br,ic ket. .
Naples Chamber of Commerce proved working runner-up for the title of
President II. Milton Link announced fringe benefits Including are. "M,.*. Naples," a contest spon. closed I few years ago. Then it Fla., will manage the restaurant LOUIS Mo. (AP) Will !
today that the first quarter. ductlon In the 40.hour work cored by the Jaycees. came to life again during the He Is Mrs. Brown's son. This Item was disc'unscd at the linmin Catholic- Mil feel it

ly membership meeting of the week to 3T/4 hours and more It. filming of the Bud Schulberg length- and It was reported tint home ;at a Mass substantially)
originally scheduled beral Insurance and pension movie "Wind Across The the State Road Department Traf different fiom am lic his!

Ai9prtNffl for Chamber August 27th, has had to be provisions. Castro Surveys Everglades" and its platformsfelt fie Division will assist! with the known?

postponed one week to September Present wages average $3.31 the tread of many feet National Park problem. Further 1111,1II to lx Anil the priest!, who .ill |IH|
an hour for mechanics, $2.55 for made. adult llle has Intoned the :0111.
3rd. The session opento Including those of Christopher
ground service personnel, $2.83for Damage WroughtBy i lent Latin, tilts of tit Clinic|
s will
all Chamber members !I'lummer.Burl Ives.Peter falk Men Make StudyAt
stewards and $475 - will he fi-el comfortlilo nays 1
Moor.,, port
be held at 7145 p m. at the and others who acted in the
By JOHN E. ZATE Ings Country Club on that date. monthly for flight stewards,, HurricaneMIAMI At time the building lug most of them tn Hicllsh
: I Coffee and refreshments will be stewardesses and pursers.Integration drama. one FakahatcheeOn Plats for Unites 7 and 8 in the "It may; In a little' connlli.it-
Best news of the week around served of the meeting. (AP) Fidel Castro was slated to become a marIne City of Golden Gate were present ed getting: used to something
as part
the airport was the return of Highlight of the meeting will be Cuba's prime minister has arrived > laboratory for the University Wednesday, August 19, two ed, and accepted by the Comnils.slon new," says the Rev Frederick 1

the Piper Comanche to the flight a report by city officials on the In In Santa Cruz del Sur, on of Miami. representatives from the Nation. Bonds In the amount of.,R. M'M.IIIUS of Washington

line. The ship had undergone current capital Improvement public Polk Schools the south coast of Camaguey Now another phapter In the al Park Service made an area $670,000 were hosted to assure'completion. D.C., who was the first ten.c.li'j \
repairs suffered In a ground works program. The first 'Province; 'to survey l hurricane Interesting history of the depotIs survey of the Fakahatchee Strand The plats' riled thin brute the English Miss that will '

accident In Miami earlier In the phase of this program cover Now Under Way damage Havana Radio reported about to get under way. The studying the possibility of 'reat morning will about complete come to ill U.S. Roman Cat hili
month, plus an engine change water line today. has been Ing the Fakahatchee Strand Na. plans for the section City of lie. .s Nov. 29. I
ing sanitary sewer building purchasedfrom
lOCMiour Inspection and some storm sewer and street construction TAMPA (AP) Integrationof Castro was Interested in the the University of Miami tlonal Monument. Golden Gate, It was reported| "Evil time there Is sonuM

painting during the two weeks It Is slated to be completed Polk County schools under situation prevailing In the area The Fakahatchee Strand was thing different, them lie thosii!
In the With all the way;School: Supt. Shelley Boone by Mrs Alice W.Brown,secre will cllstiiili ,
was shop. before the start of the winter sea. battered by gales and heavy presented to secretary of the who say 'it in my1
work completed on the ship It son. At present a great portion said Tuesday rains and the persons evacuated tary-treasurer of the Rc-Nu Interior Stewart Udall by Sen. A plat for Immokulee Highlands ,people,' but It clopxn't," he' Kilil.
looks and flies like a new one. of the southern of the cityIs Boone told U. S. District Court from the areas threatened by Tool Company, 14444 Joy Road, ators Smathers and Holland and was also aue|>tel by the Father McManus, issoilito.
The local sightseeing flights Involved In this constructionwork. Polk Junior College will be In.1 Hurricane Cleo. the radio said. Detroit, who has announced that representatives Rogers and Fas. Commission. The 40.ac le dt>v'l. professor III the School ol

recorded tiro best week of the tegrated with Its opening class The newscast also said that she will\ open a restaurant there cell mainly on behalf of the Jun. opment will Include home sites Law at the Catholic

summer with 229 flights dur. The program will also high this fall. Other schools will fol.1, President Osvaldo Dortlcos vis. around Nov. 1. lor Women of the Florida Fed. for about 78 homes with living of Aml'ril'oI. cole-In.itoil,C'"II'j

leg the period of August 17th light Chamber activities to date.A low, he said lied Santa Clara and other cities Mrs. Brown says no outside eratlon of Women's Clubs and space requirements of 1,200 Mass Moniliy is the 2rtli:
the 23rd. Three and four He testified at a federal court the square feet minimum. Sam Heath '
through full report on work under way In Las Villas Province to learn > Florida Nature Conservancy. liturgical conlereni e OM m cl.
Cessna 172 aircraft are being so far In this program year will trial Instituted in behalf of 17 of measures taken there in the Joe Simmons of Everglades Byron Royals and Johnny Shep. More than half the Mass wii

used on this operation depend. be given to the membership as Negro school children demand.'' face of the storm. TIDES assisted with the ground explor. herd are the developers of the In Encllsh, u chance brought It I>j

Ing on the dally demand. These well as plans for the coming Ing an end to school segregationand 1 The radio gave no reports of atlons and Vernon Sweet of Na. subdivision which lies to the permission of tin, Second Vat}
will doubt continue hiring policies. High Low conducted south of The Bank of Everglades. Council list IMcemlier
flights no months. All members will have dead or Injured. pies the air tours can cone Inded I
along the same lines until Labor the opportunity to ask questions .m. p.m. ..m. p.mAm. Melvin Finn, Florida Nature Conservanry Immokalee along Hlghwa' 29. In Rome The |uiricihii|

Day when I slump will probablybe about the programs and offer 26 1.S7 2:00 7:49 809 plus three others directed Of this, :mil future chances, If te)

experienced. any suggestions which they might Aug. 27 2:24 2:48: 8:31: 8:32Aug. the three day study.exploration give the churchgoer u better tin))
Among the 43 passengers car. have. NOON M STOCKS I IN 28 2:S5 3:43 9 20 t:17 survey. derstanclliiK of the set vl>'e and .9,
rled between Naples and Miami President Link urged all mem. Results of this survey are expected Commissioners, following a greater sense of ,p irtic'Ip itlon.

last week were M.R. Mathews bers to circle the date and timeon Add one hour for Marco to be announced In Sept. public hearlng.accepted requestsfor The 10,000 or more infests' :incl

S.M. Strong (round trip in the their calendar and plan to Add one hour. Naples Ray bridgeTelevision ember or October about four miles of bulkhead nuns attending the Iiturgirulmeetlug
same day), Ben Ruhl, Carl Huff attend this Important meeting of W l'ORKAP-Stocks at nOII'1'j Petitions for the preservationsof lines on Marco Island by the Mar. were introduced, tci .ink'

man, Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Fran. the Chamber N.Am Av 48?. the Fakahatchee are being co Island Development Corp. The other Innovitlun, the usa oi t
coeur, Jr., Mrs Victories Mur. year Allis Chal19'/. Fla PIlL 78Va | distributed throughout the state request had been duly advertised many mote hymns! thin tie
Penney 56V4
phy Tom Brown Mr. and Mrs Alcoa 64'/. Ford SI Pa RR for signatures bv the Junior Woo and the UI Board, and TheCorplof Catholic has Uen used to.It's .
Ed Pacelll and daughter Tonl rirst woman medical doctor Am Air 41"i Frmst Pill1 324 mens Clubs. Anyone wishing to Army Engineers made inspects .
and Dr. J. Garland. Charter in the United State wax Am Can 431,) Frept Sul 38*4 Phil Pep.Col 564' By CYNTHIA LOWRY sign a petition should contact lions

flights were operated to Lake. practicing as early as 184H. Am Cyan 61 Frueh Tr 32<.i Mor 79'APhlll AP Television-Radio Writer Mrs. Jane Parks Conservation The lengthy report of the rep re.
land and Miami In the 172 Cess. according to the hnmlop.x1ilia :: Am Mot 15's Gen Dyn 31'4' Pet 531'U HOLLYWOOD (AP) After chairman, FFWC Naples. sentatlve from the conservation
na. ISriUnnint AT&T 70'J.' Gen El 82% RCA 30''i two days of watching television department preceded the accept.

Am Tob 35'4 Gen Fds 91 Rep Stl 453i coverage of the Democratic National ante of the Commission He re. II

Amps Cp 16'/i Gen Mills 42'' 4 Revlon 33 Convention, one might viewed nesting habits of white
Anaconda 43s Gen Mtrs 92*, ReyTob 4 5'4 fairly conclude that all the reporters Low pelicans, bald eagles spoonbills
Armour 48?'a Goodrich 53'4 St Reg P 30 converged on Atlantic and other birds which might bo outs

ACL 79 Goodyr 44Greyhnd Seaboard 51'i City primarily to cover the ex. affected In the development, Ho i Interesting to not.
Babcock 33'4' 24 Sears 1195i citement about seating the Mis. was of the opinion that deotruCetlon
D4O 38'4 Gulf; Oil 581',. Sinclair 434 slsslppl delegations. of the mangroves will ad. that a recent Sinatra re-

WANT ROOM TO Beth Stl 37 Hon'well 124V.Int Locony 79'4!,' But that was where the action Bidder On versely affect fishing In the area. lease In a number called"Tins"

BoeingBordtm 58% Harv WJi Southn C 61u was. Again Tuesday night, He reported that the depart which happens to
151 4 Jnt Nick 77'4' Sperry R 127i speakers on the platform got ment was not against bulkhead be the name of hm young-

Brunswk 81,. Int Pap 321> 4 St Brand 76',iStONJ short shrift from all three net. Road lines, but afraid of the far reach. est dauichtcr. Another Sin

Cater Tr 33'tCelanese Jones, L 814* 84s works, whose attention focused Toll Ing erre' ts on birds and rlsh."Th. atra tune of Home years

s SWING YOUR CAT? 67"Chrysler i Kall AI 33'4Ken'cott Swift Studebak 6s 51.i constantly on the turbulent sit-in TALL.HSSEEP) The depatment Is willing to ro.operate ago "a* the successful
v 33H 86T i by members of the Freedom In preserving the natural re. recorded for
Texaco 814 State Road Department checked "Nancy",
Coca Cot 138H Lilt My 81> "
\ Democratic Party In the Missis sources of the area, he said
Com Ed 55 Loch'd 36'4' Thlokol 12'% stppl section bids toda; for the first 27 milesof other daughter . Wal

Con Edls 00'i Lorlllard 46)4 U Carb 1164 At one point the press of re. construction of the Ever ter Wlnchell narrator of
Cont Can SO14\ Mag'vox 29'' 4 Unit Alrc 51 I porters and Interested delegatesIn glades Expressway', the pro. "The Intouchablei", lend!
Un Fruit 204IS () posed toll road to link Fort Lauderdale .
Dow Che 67% MM&M 57 the section became so fierce hli familiar rapid: fir*

r... ..... ., the spui.w DuPont 237',4 Mohasco 14'iMons'to Steel Mat tIZJ4E.Kod.1k 57'iXnlv that CBS floor reporter Mike with Naples.: bid of $! EXCLUSIVE AT RAR style to "Tht Story of
The low ,
EAL 27's 79'4 apparent
\ Wallace looked desperate! toward Inc" for
Murder the Dot
sue ...> lit Pine .,.... Is- 12814 Mont Wd 37i V* tg El 33*. 568,903 to build the Broward
2 the cameras crying "ThisIs Our Special label. . It
\ Known, wkwrb. .! ...,.... Firestone 41 Nat Dalr 78'' t Wlnn Dix: 361> 4 simply chaos helpl"The County part of the two.Une turn seems to hart
\ Fla Pw 49% Nat Dist 27% \\oohvth 27".i horde of electronic jour. pike was submitted b) Cone Individuality slipped by without much
+ wily fume (ltd ...4..1( Bros. Construction Co. of Tam. notice, but Norms Zim-
nallsts kept out of each other's in. .
...I.. n.rlh *t *. City way and their faces out of pa.It mer has apparently replaced .
was one of seven bids, the
each other's with long-departed
cameras -
"...Ib, TREMENDOUS SAVINGS which upward to S7.9
remarkable aslllt) ranged S GIFTS Alice ton as Vt elk's vocal-

N Milo. .( ..11 p.v.4 ....... The long long reading of the million. INTERIORSNow lit . .
bond Issue
platform which The SIT million \ .
\ .dd.e .... ch..... .. tub onRemaining- )1)party, emptied Convention practical.Hall, put Broward and Collier counties to Let your musical career

.........blynity p.k.d ....num.S. I something of a strain on the finance the 78.mile turnpike will begin with from a fin VAN organ DER
be market next or piano
1964 three network teams in their pla ed on the
... .* mull ..!.(... goldfish boils above the hall. Mondaj. it is falrl common for Open VEER MtSIC CENTER

ABC and CBS handled It111\ construction bids to be taken FURNISHEDMODEL Ill 9th St. Look over
Ail iMltw .,.e ,... ValiantsNo to bon
ny ChryslersPlymouths analyses of events and Inter. prior I sales. our quality instruments,

-,. the .....i.... nut ...., and views on the floor. NBC's Chet The loll road project was one talk with our mule counselor .

c.,......... /a ... Id', ( Reasonable Offer Refused) Huntley and David Brinkley hada of department 33 projects took on bids.which The the road cost GULF in TOWERS and let us guide your
humorous conversation about .
selection for sails.faction
......_. .... sew _..'") convention literature The' put ot the jobs totaled S17.9 million. lasting
COME and enduring enJoymtnl. -
While the _
-1..i f.. ..._ rise. luvi.e.PineRid9e Now on taped Interview b) Nancy - I Call M! 2 fiS2
IN SELECTION IS GOOD Dlckerson with the distaff mem. -
hers of President Johnson's far counsel! anytime.

family, made days ago In Wash. OUR: SHEET MUSIC:
Low down payments Bank Financing The DEPARTMENT IS THE
Ington. Huntley did a phllosophl. 1S01&te.
Warmest welcome in Naples! cal, tongue-in-cheek monologueabout G LARGEST IN SOUTHWEST .

the difference between FLORIDA. STOP
Republican and Democratic women J&1X90 ,.... I ;.. ;>1 Inl1 1 IN AND LOOK AROUND:
concluding that the former
0l3 Van Der Veer
J&h.'P41HD1li/ were more likely' to wear hats
Created by Collier Development Corp. than the Utter Third St. So.

.,:, George Gobel, "sh,. was sched. Member Music Center
Trail Phone MI 2-2131 IMPIIIAL Jlir do WOOD'tlfJc.'Pt.u.
110 Tamlom! uled to "hum us commen America Institute
SALES SERVICE tarl.." for ABC, -med up onlyIn
""'LIS. iHOtlOA Naples Shopping CenterPh.
the commercials Maybe he ifFci ca btertar Dwlfnen
U141 taVENICC'2640 N.UMIAMI TA1 NiPltf 6SSI)
01 fM rout LOCAL < ....._ Ml 24432r
didn't think anything was funny

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'Mikado' Set Graduate

[For Tomorrow .V, Budget For Survey .

j '"' for principal slftglng .r f (Continued from page 1))

Ij J I' J i l' (,jlt'>err and Su! loan'smere ( tv will always remember and be proud of. It Is progress.Ing .
I" i MIK UX" will he i: Three Areas more every year."
held! Thursday
I uiju: '1, at b p.m. at the I: The County Commission held "Screen your Instructors more carefully to avoid anypoasible
I- ,II'| t'* luiuii High School aud- r4 + I I a public hearing yesterday on the Incompetency or 'dead weight' in your academic
it t iriuin, am ounces Players 9 t 11964.63 county budget and closed program"

I, ,lesldetv Hay Wain, i lout the session announcing bud.
I MIK llx! ", which will I get reaching about $1,450,000and "Make H.S. 'hard' even Jr. H.S. The earlier a student
'e I avers 1964.1965 open sub- J! set the mlllag at 4.33 mills learns that our world isn't all 'play', the sooner he can
jJI I Three newUem.,totaUlnl SIO,. learn to accept difficult things or the preparation for
ill 'tin season, is scheduled 800, were added to the advertised them At college, we have a saying, 'Play hard , but
11 presented November :201.1. -
budget figure,which increasedthe work even harder.
1. The production will be under original mill age figure by,07
,Ihe direction of George Booker ] MELLER-DRAMMER TIME and the Naples Players receives a fine point of instruction from director of a mill. "Stress homework and better study habits."
Lib stage direction by Anna are busily preparing for their showing at the Jack Randall. In the light photo Tex Miller A cum of I3t00was added to

II.il"ne. i Tahitian Cove Friday and Saturday of this week (Burgess Lendahand ) studies for his part as the provide better courthouse lawn "Improve the Science Department."

\ Interested In taking I and again next week, with curtain time at 9 p.m. clean living hero who rescues the heroine etc., care, $1,200 for the Humane So.
{ part, either is a principal or In the first photo, Cassius Carstairs (James Dun) etc, in the Playeis production of "A Fats Worse clety of Naples, and $6,000 for More extensive math program . ."
of land for
In he chorus, Is urged to at- is shown giving Carlotta Flower (Cathy Schry\er) Than Death, or Adrift on Life's Sea." tery acquisition In the county. a ceme.

[ 'tnd the tryouts Thursday. villainous threats. In the next photo Carol Lowe A breakdown of budget seg.

i Those auditioning for principal ments show that about $940,000
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[ par's should bring their own 'II: y of the budget falls In the g ner.
n usIc. Any music will be sat- al revenue fund and will carry K MARION SORENSEN

iiiactory for the purpose An a mlllage of 3,30. Other seg.

\ iccompanlst will be provided New Students Learn The At NHSThe menu are Interest and Sinking ORNER ,
oi applicants can bring their fund, $143,011, millage .77; Pu. .e..c..e..ee e.
own accompanist If preferred bile Health, $43,223, millage .26;
and Road and Bridge, $243480,
here, are nine principal roles, Senior heldan ductlon of "Evil Eye Fleagle mascot Evil Eye.
Naples High new gerate "what not to wear" to Fine and Forfeiture, $77,470' ,
me male and four female, en- orientation program for all the senior high mascot. He ex. Joy Hodges then narrated a school this tall Participating and Land Acquisition $603,000,
"mpasslng all voice ranges Incoming sophomores and students plained to the new students that fashion show designed to exag. In the demonstration were Billy the latter three earning no mill With all the new fares around llcate patch from ttinc Huble
f r.!oni soprano through bass. In new to the Naples school the big golden eagle was capable Bryan, Richard Woodruff, Chris. age town it shouldn't be too difficultto Hart fired a 201 loner O.B
t a i Jit Ion, a large chorus Is program Monday at the senior of strange power over opposing ty Willis, Linda Uhllch,Jill Work. Commission Chairman Dewey pick up an extra bowler for Osceola 201, Shelln Hatley 190,
+ needed Those Interested In high auditorium. teams. With a medlum.slzed inner and Carter Bryan. Polly held out for additional funds your league, If you need one. Bud Mohrbacker 194, Loretta!
singing In the chorus should President of the student Coun. scream from his supporters, he Democrats Have Special guest at the program for road repairs, to be paid from By the same token If you are Easterly 188, Angle Salmon 172Juanlta .
attend the audition for the pur- ell, Jim Willis, opened the pro. was able to put a single wham. Two GoldwatersAt was "Nemo" who was a composite the general fund,but was overrul.ed looking for a spot to bowl there Snyder and Hel Abra-
of the directors gram with a welcome. Principal my on the other team (which of BUI Folkerts and Steve by other commissioners. are still m any openings, hanson each listed a 164, Eva
pose giving E,W, Woodruff also welcomedthe Mortland explained had no effecton ConventionATLANTIC Steele. By some special man. Democratic nominee ror flrose. lingua had two 1 Iri4's \\hlle Cea
? 'ieli l name, address,telephone new students .. many who the Naples team.) The new ueverlng, the boys managed to tutor W.J. Crowley sought additional BROOKSIDE BOWL Mohrbacher had ono,Bubbl'l J&n
number and voice range. weren't new to him since he students screamed and Evil Eye CITY (AP) create the odd looking little salary which would enable BUCKS 'N SQUAWS. Earl drlx 153, Donna Hatley 162 and
had been their principal at the came through with the whammy. There's a Coldwater at the man. It took quite some time him to employ secretarial ser. pop" Campbell took scoring Peggy YII.hI148.SliMMER .
Junior High School. Then, Mortland said that If they Democratic convention. In fact, for his audience to figure out vice, but the request was denied honors with a 371.217, Joe Sal COMMERCIAL -
Saihs Harbour is the only Tom Bernard then introduced could manage a much larger there are two, one from New how he had been made. Jim Mrs. Walter Keller advised mon came up with a 537.199: Leon Tops was Ralph McKtrlhan witha
P sittlement on Banks Island a Edmund Lowe, guidance coun. scream, Evil Eye would oblige York and one from Nevada. Willis Interviewed him and Rose commissioner the Humane So. Snyder 332.191 and Dud Hogue 567.211, Fred Dell recorded a
\nd-whipped, land mass about selor at the high school Lowe them with the double whammy. Neither claims relationship to mary Loach, a new sophomore, clety could not continue to assist 550-189. Lucille Lord led the la. lone 218, Paul Abrjhamson 191
I thi site of West Virginia in the encouraged the students to come With the ensuing scream both the Republican presidential can. was asked to come up on the the County with Us dog problemon dies with a 492.167, Rose Morri and Charles Salmon 192.
...,<'.tern Canadian Arctic The to him with all their guidance of the eagle's large eye's flash dldate, Barry Goldwter. stage and help with the Inter a $200 per month fee as the son 470470( Helen Henson 439: SAINTS AND SI.NNE.HS. Roll
pi 'stun sometimes plummets problems. ed bright red with the double Bert M, Goldwater, a dele view. present contract between the and Martha. Plercy 438. Bever. off for first place, The Salons
r ?0 degrees below zero in the Spanish teacher Robert Mort. whammy. Mortland then pro. gate from Nevada, says he Is Tom Bernard gave a review county and the Society calls for ly Osceola will receive a trip. toot 3 points from the Chrlsto.
item' No trees grow except land then presented a surprise ceeded with the "marriage" taking a lot of kidding about his of the clubs and activities on The "dog budget" was raised: pliers' to win the lean chant
ib willow the new students with the Intro. ceremony..new students and their name, but he figures Itwon't campus which will be open to the from $2,400 to $3,600. plonshlp. Red Lord listed a 1128.
last past November. 194 and Lucille Lord 194.174PETEKFON ,
new students.A The $3,600 for courthouse lawn
The New Yorker Is Monroe Hold Instructor'sCourse
short question and answer care will be divided, slitting POINT CLASSIC-
Goldwater, 78.Beatles. period followed with Tom,Ber. $2,400 for helpto supervise work. In LifeSaving Ike Wolfurd Mailed a 214 loner
hard, Jill Worklnger, Linda Uh. men and $1,200 for additional for a 613 set and was high for
lich and Joy Hodges answering plantings Tonight the first squad Harry Sauchelll
Don't questions. produced a 598.223.201, Dowry
Class sponsor Clinton Smith Second In the series of the Red Wright 591.228, Jim Croak 579,
rei was Introduced. He welcomedthe City Of Jax Gets Cross Instructors' course In lifesaving Tex Kaverman !Soluble Hart
Worry About new students and urged them MillionDollarSuit will be given at 7:30 370.202. Tom EgglrMon readied
to meet with him concerningclass o'clock tonight at the RichardA. I 202, Ev Baldwin 205, Joe Sal.

t Their SafetyHOLLYWOOD problems, projects, etc. Settlement Plttman Funeral Home. mon 201,
The new students were then la k. Is led I
JACKSONVILLE J (AP) -Five The course being taught Al lUjuk the second squad
(AP) The en on tours conducted by Stu. million dollars worth of lawsuits by Lloyd Hill\ life saving chair. with a 043.222 Joe Salmon to*.
ari. news conference was scheduledfor dent Council members. After the against electrical man of the Collier County Cha|'- Bed a 626.227, Tex Kavermin
i equip.
7:15' p.m., and at preclsel tours were completed, they met ment companies were settled ter of the American Rod Cross, 622.218 and Harry Sauclwlll COO.
7:15: the Beatles walked through In the cafeteria where refresh out of court by the City of Jack. and Is sponsored Jointly by the 212. Ev Baldwin had a 213 loiter,
the door. ments were served. sonvllle yesterday for $1,018,512. local Red Cross chapter and the Dewey Wright 205 and D.J. Sal.
A couple hundred newsmen (Ed. note..Plctures taken at In cuing nine firms In Febru. Plttman Funeral home mon 202

\ crowded onto the floor of the the orientation meeting unfor* ary, 1962, the city contendedthe Students of the course will
tunately did not come out of the PINE LANES
Cinnamon San Fer.
Cinder, a defendants conspired to rig meet again next Wednesday night
nando club forteenagers dark room In useable form.What The Belles ttiiJDeaus.CUsMc,
Valley night bids for equipment being sold and the following Wednesday
went amiss we don't know..but and Parent. lilld
while a hundred or to the municipal electrical sys night leagues have already
i. 1 more young girls stood atop platforms we're sorry.) lent completed thulr scheduler,
and booths on the periph HIGHLAND.MlXiU-Oim: Till.,
ery. One of these was a close man Inn the lads with s 004.333; : :
relative blonde '4 16 posing and Ann Davis led the lassies
!LyM as my assistant Marriages And Divorces Up In FloridaJACKSONVILLE with a 434.107\ Richard Busceml
The Beatles, smoking cigarettes shut a 204 single, Jaik Hatcher
and looking world-weary, 203, Clnnle Baldwin 105, Kay
t ,
a our disappeared In a mass of photographers .. MarriagesIn 1946 when there were 26,112. Af. were contested and In these the DuHceml 1C1 and Kaly Hajuk 157.:
Florida Increased from 41,504 ter October 1957, Florida law divorce was granted to the wile
"George has the prettiesthair In 1962 to 43,120 In 1963 or about was changed from 90 days to 8 73 per cent of the time) the
y Ai I Ia1p ," observed my assistant. 3.9 per cent, final figures! it the months required residence for husband S3 per rent and both ,
.. After minutes of shooting, the State Board of Health show divorce. parties 4 per (cent 'NtW eep
photographers were admonishedto Oliver H. Boorde, director of Boorde said that In 54 percent Extreme cruelty was the legal
( 1 sit down so the news conference the Division of Public Health of the 1963 divorces, oneormore cause given In 17,801sues, .
could start. It was more Statistics, said the upward trend minor children were Involved 78 per cent Other leading Causes fttK.; AfHvi'd
; : minutes before this was accomplish continued one which began In Only 28 per rent of the divorces were desertion, 3,836 asesjhab. ,
Then the questions be. 1953 and that "the fairly constant Iliul Intemperance, 626 cases' | : In NUIJlt'otTn !
$ rate per 1,000 population during ungovernable temper 138 *U... I
gan.How long does It take Beatles the period shows the rise can be There were 211 annulments In Sl y!

John and Paul to write their attributed to the expanding population. Water Meeting j 1963 In 118 rases, the marriage ..I
songs? ." lasted less than a year Fraud or
"It depends Sometimes an Among those marrying for the misrepresentation and blgam) y..'Ulf 1l n"// I
,. ,I,
hour sometimes as long as two first timegrooms were generally In Fort Myers j were leading grounds for thisK
1 days. 'A Hard Day's Night' was three years older than brides tlon. '.f ,.. . ....".c,

written overnight because the However, divorced grooms were The conservation and utlllza. .
producer said he wanted a title 4Viyars older than divorced tlon of the present and future
d'/ tune In a hurry" brides and widowed grooms were water supplies of Southwest Flo. (
Do they ever worry about almost 11 years older than widow. rids will be the topic of dls. iw O4t, J.CIo tSc.-Jl1Jr
7 their safety? ed brides. suasion at a Water Management pti.
"No, because the fans have Over 48 per rent of the brides meeting In Fort Myers today,
never gotten to us. We won't be marrying for the first time were with a number of Collier Coun.
concerned until they trample us teen-agers while only 16.5 per tlans attending is
STUDENT COUNCIL-FACULTY luncheon speaker Roy E. Kinnick to the floor The only time we rent of the males were In this The meeting was called by

I (left) is shown here at the Beach Club luncheon held yesterday. really worry Is when protection group Boorde said. Senator Elmer 0. Friday, who
Pondering his student-faculty relations subject is the new president of Is Inadequate, as In New Zealand There were 22,699 divorcesIn said, "Water supplies know no
the Student Council, Jim Willis (McGrath photo) where there were three 1963, the highest number since boundaries," and has Invited re. TrustworthyLoyal
policemen to handle a crowd of'''- presentatlves from a number of
8,000." Southwest Florida Counties to
upon the teacher and the studentas What about reports they were Rogero Income attend
Student Council Individual entitles In the crazy about Ann.Margret? Commission Chairman Dewey
NHS school. Now, let's bring them to. "None of us know her. None $225,146 In Year, Polly will lead a Collier County
gather hand In hand. It cannot of us, Including Rlngo, has even DeclaresTAMPA contingent to the meeting Including .
be your school or my school; talked to her on the telephone.lt Commissions A.C. Han. Helpful
it must be our school.A school's must have been the work of her (AP) _A government cork, Commission nominee B.M.
Faculty Talk Accents picture In the community Is a press agent. agent testified Tuesday that Al Sentell; Ranger Richard Stokesof
composite of what the public Is Beatle John writing another Rogero limed$225,148,01 In tax. the Everglades National Park,
thinks of the staff and student book? "Y..." able Income during the years he and Rep. James L. Walker Friendly
body-of how they value them and What Is the nicest place was on the state road board. Senator Randolph Hodges, dl r. a
Need For Common Goal what they do." they've ever played? actor of the State Department of
"The public knows what kind "Liverpool." Internal Revenue agent Salva. Conservation, Is scheduled to at. Courteous
school have. .It U In tore Urso said earned
of we The conference ended with the Rogero tend the meeting
I The Student Council.*'acuity"teacher Is an old maid. the dally Interaction of pupil announcement of presentationson the money In land sales between Previous assignments and
uncheon was held yesterday atIh3 snobbish, unworldly. .irritable. teacher, principal, school, and the platform "George will 1936 and 1938. The government commitments prevented other Kind
Beach Club dining room. Theft generally unsympathetic no community that the most lasting Accept the gold records, John claims Rogero evaded $167,000 members of the Clty-County Wa.
-neon was arranged by the Interest outside of school and and most vital Impressions are and Paul will take the trophies in Income taxes during these ter Management Committee from
Naples Senior High School ad. school work. -teachers get their made." from the fan clubs, and Rlngo years. attending, It was rtported. Obedient
Bnlnlst ration to start off the new jobs through political, racial or Jim Willis, next year's pros will receive the key to Calif or.nia. .
fcciiool year The overall theme religious connections. . eccen. ident of the Student Council, then ."
|was student-faculty relations. trio, or slssylsh; a real man expressed his appreciation for On the way out my assistant
I Roy E. Kinnick, assistant does not go Into teaching"He Klnnlck's talk and spoke of the noticed an ecstatic young girl' Cheerful
superintendent for Instruction, continued by showing how responsibilities which Student clutching a glass of soft drink to OPENING SOON
IPlnellas County Schools, Clear. strict regulations on teachers had Council has ahead and the ways her bosom "It was Paul's," she
created much of this. At one which It could be effected.
water was the guest speaker murmurd.
In s talk was preceded by the time, he said, married women NAPLES HEALTH SPA Thrifty
were not allowed to teach.
longing of the alma mater, the
then showed how the
Bluicheon, and then the singing Brave
I>f the high school's original fight teacher remaining could "stero change types"many of In O
I Kinnick stressed both the part the public's mind. .
Klnnick then brought the two, MIAMI Clean
I the student and the teacher plays
lir. the overall school program. student and teacher together: Boolctroiiic! Spot .,.

Ill" began with an exaggerated "I have dw.ltat some length ReducingRequires and .:
New -
<-> iiiiple ,3f how student actlv., Year Round Daily Schedule No ExorcUo'
litiii can overshadow the ac.i .
example of he fictitious 7.45 A.M. 11.30AM. 3.45 PM.: Physic ExorclM Equipment Mass.fo Reverentr 1\
larenre': Hicks" who managed Steam Batbs Spot Reducing '
It t attend little or no school Miami To
I be, ause of his wide participation j
II.I activities This exaggeratedexample L arid'thfe' 900: A.M. 2:15 PM. 5:00 P.M.
lions to be tM a... to I p... Homitj the SaUrAsy ,
I ,
I student who was contrasted takes po will part) the In DODGE BOYS I C.rn:tleea aM RrtstiM to say sUl !is the wend Departments for both men and women ; I

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Naples' Basketball Favor Venturi

Schedule Already Set As Carlings

t Football "1101I.!I. In Itt early Infancy, but already Na t
Pies High School's new head basketball coach Jerry Howell Open BeginsBIRMINGHAM SPORTS
hat completed the Eagles' 1964-63 basketball schedule. ya

r There are 21 games listed, the same as last season. Mich. (AF) . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .

Home- -home series are arranged with nine schools, glv. Arnold Palmer has the put.
">g the Eagles nine home cage contests. The other three ting "yips", Jack Mcklaus has 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plw.' Fl* Wsdnnd.y. 'u9ust U. ItM
tunes Involve two long trlps-to Key West for a pair early a crook in his elbow, and Ken ?
, In the Mason, and to Orlando for one game In January. Venturl has nothing but confi.
dence and an uncanny feeling
Th* game at Orlando Evans is a return of a contest for the flag Lombardi! Driving Packers
played between Evans and Naples here last season.This will So It's Venturi, the reigning
be the fifth year of the NaplesJCey West series, In which National Open champion, and
one team has visited the other for two games.Of not the Big Two who will be fa.
vored( when 155 golfers from 14
the standard home.and.home series, eight of the nine nations tee off Thursday in the Harder Than Ever BeforeWEST
opponents are unchanged from last year. Kentucky Military first $200,000 Carllng World

Institute at Venice, which played Naples twice last year, Championship. DE PERE, Wis.P( the middle and Hornung and
filled Us schedule before contacting Naples for games this First prize Inthe72.holefour. Vince Lombardi has the whip Moore to run to the outside, the
season, so It was not possible to renew this rivalry. Moore day test $33,000,a year's sala.r out this year. Aroused by two Packers' ground attack should
Haven Is the one new opponent on the Naples slate. \ for many top executives, and defeats at the hands of the Chi. :be the best In the league.
it's the kind of purse which usu. Bears and loss of the NFL
sago Bart Starr will operate a ball.
Of the nine home dates, five are Tuesdays three Fri. ally brings out the best in the title, Lo.nbardl is driving his ,control offense, copied so sue.
days, and one The schedule will blacksmith.strong Palmer and
Saturday. appear In this Green Bay Packers as they nev. ,cessfully by the Bears last year.
newspaper again at the end of football season. power-driving Mcklaus.
er have been driven before.
;Bart has fine targets In Max Mc.
However, both are off top "The first Bear last i
game Gee at split end tight end Ron
Dec. 4. at Punta Gorda Jan. 22, Immokalee NAPLES HIGH SCHOOL football team is in its first week of contact form Palmer on the putting year was the biggest disappointment Kramer and Boyd, Dowler at
Dec. 8 Alva Jan. 28, Fort Myerl work Players practice shoulder-blocking In this photo. Coach Jerry greens and Mcklaus on the tees of my career," said Lorn flanker but also likes to throw to
Dec. Ii, at Key West Jan. 29, at Orldo. Evans Morris says he expects to start scrimmages Friday (NEWS photo) while Venturi Is currently the bardl at the training camp at St. his backs more than most
Dec. 12, at Key West F.b. 5. at Everglades hottest article on the circuit. Norbert College "We couldn't quarterbacks Hornung Moore
D.c. F.b. II at Fort Myerl After three years of frustra.
15. Everglades beaten them In the second
Dec. 18. at Venice F.b. 12. at Alva tlon during which he almost with and Taylor all are good rerelv.
game blackjacks but we
Jan. 8. at LeE.H F.b. 18, at Immokal. Playing As T Team Key To With AJ gave up the game, the 33.year. should have won the first (era.Lombardi thinks he has come

Jan. e. at N. Ft. M'era F.b. III, LaBelle old picture swinger from San "We are looking forward to up with a real hot prospect InDe""ls
Jan. 12. Punta Gorda F.b. 20, at Moore Haven Francisco found himself in the this year 1 have been driving "
Claridge a
Jan. 15. Moore Haven Feb 23, N. Ft. M'erl. The National Open last Junne in the boys hard. We will be In erback from Nebraska

Jan. 18, VeniceBaseball Oriole Success This YearNEW J \ His Washington's confidence suffocating has been soaring heat. physical condition. But the big Originally Claridge was draft.
thing is pride In your work . ed as a running back but he has
YORK (AP) There I three-team race right down to ever since. the Intangibles, the abstracts.You thrown the ball so effectivelythat
cHugh Venturi the American
are a number of reasons for the i the wire." Pro \ Golf Classic won at Akron Ohio, last never know about that until Lombardi! now says, "We
lofty American League perch The Oriole players unfettered the games start." him
&if ,week may groom for quarterbackin
by a record five shots and
currently enjoyed by the Baltl. I by managerial diplomacy and McElhenny can't recall I with Paul Hornung was the first to i couple of yea ra." Zeke
I more Ololes. Most are apparent. >caution, emphatically believe the last time he went job.hunt. a record tournament score feel the sting of Lombard's! Bratkowskt Is the veteran backup .
Tuning for the event here
Roundup There's the clutch hitting of 117 THE JaIOCUTE nas third baseman Brooks Robinsonand "No doubt about it," smiled The King has had steady au. land over the Hills 6,907.yard course ,he par had 70 Oak.four Golden Boy, reinstated after a Lee Roy Caffey, who came
the slugging of now Injured ;pitching star Milt Pappas as tumn employment for almost 20 one.year suspension for bettingon from Philadelphia In the deal
straight birdies
on front nine
By DICK COUCH night Cleveland upended Boor Powell and rookie outfield. 1 he knocked on wood. years the last 12 as a living ha i"' for 31 games, was ordered to reportin for Earl Groa and Ringo, Is glv.
Associated Press Sports Writer league-leading Baltimore 5.3; er Sam Bowens. . gend in the National Football 1 birdied a four-under-par the 11th and then the April. Running up and down log Dan Currie a battle for a linebacker .
Juan Pizarro has been a third place New York topped The spectacular rise of 19. League eagled the steps of the Packers' stadl- job. Ray Nitsihke Isset
potential 20-game winner since Washington 4.1; Los Angeles de. year-old bonus pitcher Wally Today however 36-year-old 566-yard 12th to go seven under. um pared off the pounds so that at middle linebacker and
"I started
he started throwing rocks In feated Kansas City 5-3 and De. Bunker.. . Chip Johnson McElhenny heads a group of di. thinking then that Hornung goes Into the season at Dave Robinson on the right
Santurce P.R., 11 years ago. trolt slugged Boston 116. The continued comeback of sappolnted grldders faced witha this was just a practice run, and 212 pounds, six below his weightin
Al Lopes Is betting a World veteran right-hander Robin professional dead.end. The I didn't want to get a monkey on 1962. side.The front four of Willie Davis,
Series ticket that the White Soxlefthander By BOB GREEN Roberts. . TonightIn onetime All.America and All.I my back" before the tournament "We'll sink or swim with Hor. Dave (Hawg) Manner, Henry
started Ken said. "So I stuffed
makes the charmed Associated Press Sports Writer The stonewall defense of the Pro halfback was among some fling," said Lombardi, coach. Jordan and Lionel Aldridge Is
circle In 1964. Howls Reed doesn't win very Infield led by Robinson and LouisvilleNaples 50 veterans and rookies sliced off a few holes and finished with general manager of the Pack. Intact.So Is the deep backfield
Pizarro pitched Chicago to often. In fact, his pitching vie. shortstop Luis Apartdo.. . from National and American about 87. ers. "Paul Is in fine condition defense of Herb Aditerley' and
within a game of first place tones are so well spaced out he The team's ability to win a boxer Chip Johnson is in League squads Tuesday.The mentally and physically The Jesse Whlttenton at the corners
Tuesday night when he blanked might even pass for a Met. vast majority of the close Louisville tonight to battle hard. NFL clubs trimmed their See Floor Fight rest Is up to him" and Hank Gremmlnger and Wtl.
Minnesota 1.0 on a masterful But when the 27-year-old games. punching Amos Johnson In a 10. rosters to 45 men, the AFL tc Lombardl may throw three lie Wood at safety.
five-hitter. The victory was No. right-hander does get around to But the current success of the round main event. 43. Both leagues have until Sept. On WBA Suspension running backs at National Foot.
17, tops In the American winning one, he does It In con Orioles In their determined bid The local fighter's manager 8, a week before their season ball League opposition In some
League for the 27.year.old flre. wincing fashionand he makes to nail down their first cham. George DeBusman said the fight kickoffs, to make the final Urn., Of Sonny Liston games Tom Moore, who did a LeagueLeaders
bailer and the shutout loweredhis IhT licking hurt. plonshlp since Baltimore's re. was arranged after Amos John. its of 40 (NFL) and 34 (AFL). NORFOLK Va. (AP) A fine job as Hornung's replace
earned run average to a Reed, who hadn't won In the turn to the major leagues In son heard that Chip had knocked A second King Vanderbilt majority of the early arrivals too ment, has been worked as a slot
brilliant 2.00. majors since 19S8, got around to 1934 Is traced deeper than that down heavyweight champion Cas. alumnus Phil, was traded t the World Boxing Association back or flanker
He has never been this closeto It again Tuesday night. He which appears on the surface.It slous Clay a few weeks ago in a Pittsburgh for a future draft convention this week favor out.lawlnr Jim Taylor appears to have
the 20-vlctory mark before, fashioned a slx-hltter with is gleaned from somethingsaid sparring session Amos Johnson choice while Joe Don Looney, the proposed LJstan-Clay recovered completely from the:'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
though tagged "another Bob ninth Inning help for the Los by skipper Hank Bauer a defeated Clay when both were the Giants' No. 1 draft pick this rematch hepatitis that handicapped him Batting (300 at bats) Oliva,
Feller" before he had thrown a Angeles Dodgers and beat San top candidate for Manager of amateurs. year went to Baltimore in afiveplayer Pre-conventlon talks with del. during the early games last sea. 'Minnesota, .336; Mantle, New
pitch In anger In the major Francisco's struggling Giants 3. the Year honors. It is deduced DeBusman said Amos Johnson swap. The Colts also egatet also indicate there will son. With Taylor booming up York, ,315.Runl .
leagues I, from some words from Robin. halls from the Louisville area, got tackle Lou Korouac and a be a floor fight over the WBA's Ollva, Minnesota, 95;
Juan started the 1994 Winter The loss dropped the Giants son, In line for the Most Valuable but that Chip Johnson is not fear future draft selection. The suspension of Sonny listen after Howsser Cleveland, 80.
League season as the Santurce into third place and left them Player award."Pitching ful of a "home-town" decision. Giants received two veterans he lost the world heavyweight Runs batted In Killebrew,
club's batboy but wound up on 8V4 tames behind National especially reflex 'Chip's aim is to deck his oppo. pass catcher R. C. Owens and boxing title to Casslus Clay Minnesota, 95; Stuart, Boston,
the pitching staff when he disco League leading Philadelphia a and defense have been our nent or beat him so decisively defensive back Andy Nelson. James E. Deskln executive 94.
vered he could fling rocks harder deficit that becomes more 1m. strength so far," said Bauer that there will be no doubt about The Giants cut five other secretary of the Nevada State Hits-Ollva, Minnesota 178;
than the team's pitchers posing each day. "but the reason we're in first the winner players, including Glynn Griff Athletic Commission said Tues. TNE B. Robinson, Baltimore, 147.
could throw baseballs.Two Cincinnati took over second place is something much bigger Amos Johnson has lost only Inc last year's No. 2 quarter day he plans to take the floor at Doubles Bressoud, Boston
years later he was MU. place, rapping the New York than what any figures or one of more than a dozen bouts back, and returned former All. the convention Thursday and S and Oliva, Minnesota 33; Cola.
waukee's prize farmhand, striking Uets 7.2 behind the slx-hlt pitch. records can possibly show. since turning pro. He Is the pro. Pro defensive end Andy Robus. challenge the WBA's suspensionof t STAKD vtro, Kansas City, 28.
out 318 batten for the Ing of Bob Purkey while Philadelphia "The biggest thing about this tics of Pete Rademacher, unsuc. telll to their active roster Tac. Liston. He maintains that thee Triples Versalles, Mlnne.
Braves' Jacksonville club In the took a 7.5 licking from club is that they are not playing cessful heavyweight challenger kle Frank Lasky one of th WBA did not have the authority sola, 9; Yastrremskl, Boston
old Sally League. The) Braves Milwaukee for the Braves' sea as individuals. They are playing against Floyd Patterson a few casualties, was claimed on to suspend Liston until a memo and Fregosl Los Angeles 8.
bad paid Santurce $35,000 for his and straight over the league as a team. They sacrifice them years ago.Amos Johnson current.ly waivers by the 49ers. ber boxing commission did so. Home runs-Klllebrew, Mln.
contract but they never got a leaders. selves. They help each other. Is rated 17th In World Boxing By THE ASSOCIATED: MESS nesota. 42: Powell.' Baltimore..
return on their Investment. Houston held off Chicago 5-4 As a team, the Orioles are Assn. heavyweight rankings. American League ;31.
Pizarro and the Milwaukee and Lou Brock's 13th inning batting in the vicinity of only Chip Johnson has won seven W. U Pot G.B. Stolen b.ises-Aparlclo, Baltl.
management suffered through homer sealed St. Louis' 7-4 verdict 250. Six clubs have hit more fights, lost five, and drawn one. Baltimore 77 49 .611 more, 48; Wels, Chicago andDavolllllo.
four season with equally unimpressive over Pittsburgh In the other home runs But Baltimore Is in All his losses have been close or Chicago 77 51 .602 1 Cleveland, 17.
results. games. first." split decisions! and he has earned New York 72 52 .581 4 Pitching (12 decisions)-Bunk.
Finally In 19(0, the Braves "The guys are hustling and the respect of all heavyweightsIn Detroit 66 63 .512 12'/4' 'er, Baltimore, 13.3. .813; Plzar.
traded him to the White Sox and Bob Jones and Sam !Steed finished not making mistakes" said the Miami area. The only com. Minnesota 63 63 .500 14 ro, Chicago 17.6, 739.
Lopes made him reclamation second four times in the Bausr. "And they pick each oth. mon opponent for the Johnsons Los Angeles 64 66 .492 15 Strikeouts Downing New
project No. 1, Pizarro has beena U.S. Open. Jones won the title er up. Another thing they don't was Jefferson Davie Chip John. Cleveland 61 68 .480 16'/fe' York, 167; Chance, Los Angeles,
winner ever since. four times Sneid never did win need to be prodded and pushed. son lost a split decision to Davis Boston 58 69 .457 19'/i 156.
Elsewhere In the AL Tuesday it. "Do I think we'll win the pen. and Amos Johnson won a split Washington 50 79 .383 28'/j
nant? w.n. It's going to be a decision from him. Kansas City 48 78 .381 29 National League

Tuesday's Results Batting (300 at bats) Cle.,
CHEVROLET FORD CHEVROLET FORD CHEVROLET FORD Cleveland 5, Baltimore 3 'mettle, Pittsburgh, .348; Santo,
Chicago 1, Minnesota 0 t
New York 4, Washington 1 Runs-Mays, San Francisco,
0k r Detroit 11, Boston 6 I 98; Allen, Philadelphia, 95.
Los Angeles 5, Kansas City 3 Runs batted In-Boyer, St.
AN OPEN LETTER Today's Games I Louis, 91; Santo, Chicago, 90.
enkl f Minnesota at Chicago, N Hits Clemente Pittsburgh,
a Los Angeles at Kansas City, N '169; Williams, Chicago 90.
0a Clevland at Baltimore, N Doubles Maye, Milwaukee
Washington at New York 33; Williams, Chicago/ 32.
Detroit at Boston N Triples Santo 10
v Chicago ;
to the residents of Collier County National League Plnson Philadelphia, Cincinnati 9. and Callison,

W. L. Pet. G.B. Home runs-Mays, San Fran.
:: Philadelphia 76 49 .608 i Cisco 38; Williams, Chicago 27.
1 Cincinnati 70 55 .560 6 Stolen bases
I -Wills, Los An.
U It has been a pleasure to serve you in the past years, and a San Fran. 70 56 .556 6Vi' I I geles, 38; Brock, St. Louis, 35.
St. Louis 67 58 .536 9 Pitching (12 decisions)-Kou.
as you know, we are always trying to bring to you a better service Milwaukee 64 60 .316: ll'/t' ':fax, Los Angeles, 19.5, .792
Pittsburgh 64 62: .508 12V4 Banning, Philadelphia, 14 4,
is Los Angeles 61 63 .492 U'/' .
We now have something we ,think is tops in a used car war- Chicago 57 69 .452 19'/i' urlke.,UtS-Koufax' Los An.

Houston 56 71 .441 21 I .
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Tuesday's Results
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Sell 1928Model.A t. .- 'Io., ';;'tr: :... i\,....: ;,t",, ;; ',:;;.. '. ':;." :..;..-. ; ;'''' ' '';T ,' '.. .....rt'.a ,-
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Investments l .

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I 'Jk lapla toad PATTON, PI. (AP) Henry' ,. A .: : ''' A Dto. "!
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Myers, 98, wants to sell his 1928 .. ... "
Model A Ford sedan because : ; .
: Abroad Record !I 'I". .
"There's too much traffic andIt Setting .. ;,..., ., J"I! '
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moves too fast. _. .. .L' -"" . .. ." .. .. "
; Myers said he bought the car .,_>v1110'22107
By Anne L. SAM DAWSONAP held An1<'I1 i. jn se<'in Hies.
Bowes new and paid $600 for It. He By
; said It's been 68000miles-nev. Business News Aiuhs-t I Amei i' .rn innate' Investment

YORK (AP- abroad rose a record 6.3 billion 'lU
er over 50 miles per hour- jid NEW
Is In good: condition. Foreigners' share of American In 1963. About $4.3 billion was i0

strikingly new i apltal' from this count
I "The fastest I ever drove was assets hive gone up
and $I.? bllIlan WM earning
month And Amert
411 miles an-hour and that was in recent<<
abroad are set. from i rt>\ lous investments reinvested .
because I was in a funeral pro. can Investments
III enterprises.Some : .
cession and I had to keep up ting records. foreign

with the other cars," he said. But there's a cIU .renc.. The $500 million representedgains /
flow I. something short In the marketalue of se

money curities. . . . . . . . . . . .
street.In -
of making It two.wiy I. . . . . . . . .1. .e. . cc e cc . .l I..r
the case of American the U.S. Investors have been

Reports Vary big cause of the Jump In dollar sending dollar abroad ten several 1 -AnnouncementsVets F.male"I'Lt. _r.

holdings outside the United reasons. In the short-term 13-Help! !: Want. 48-Ap. For Rent

On Meat PricesIn ofAmerlcan.o securities market the lure was ', Beauty: Salon
States has been expansion \.." AO'U'l lamula 10' BEDKOOM UNFUNNISHEO
d businesses higher yields there w n e obtainable heie. Corner of 1 1th Av. 4 ,n'i'" t,. ,...idinii''ssd.Mcsi APT I/I2.U
abroad. This is a tr.nd'htch rates :57r II'.t "I H67 C. ..bl,. In tvpt w.ll and "'0
NFO Boycott the U.S. Department of Commerce III long-term securities the coal I1II ..,,to pl."'1. and OCCo'.'.1, SABLE SHORES APTS.
r stock market P"o". ".... ,.p.' ,."e. ,.10
sees continuing. was a rising 3-Boati-Morori Accet.II ,bi o bit I ,it "I if ttiS MI "IS
DES MOI F.s, Iowa (AP) the ; .
Most of the In foreigners' abroad that accompanies( i'i'.t iShi'* ipt-tidy, ,"II M.lly R..d and Aror "v.ttlli
S, altered reports ul increases In gain economic' boom. foot Chfi. Cit .Mh, GO hp tin'. no"' W. it. ('011,., Coin
big irastwar
dottedthe take in the American economyhas inboard Can bt nn in water ti Pas ltnn 171All i i'if 'I : TIJIEI'T: :!.
meat prices when
come of late from the in. But this largely dried UP a.t Sflarupet_l/ll 101 frkly I Month !.aooo
picture todav In the National stork prices ... ..hr i r'l ,,
Western Buroiai 14-Help Wanted Male '"MoC turn < cin "
creased market value of their (, foot 5ber5i.n' boat with" 10 ..
livestock bod' '" iptiKflls
Farmers Organization turned down for while. Sep. engine Hurricane trail.,, C
holdings NapleS
previously acquired .ct.
market Inr.'rott.TUP outflow of dollars lull lOP and aS, fCurtfl 5. for H..d 2 ", a .o" pl't 0' loll
withhold and onl) a little from new In. The big Sal., 0' I"d. Ctii 2 11&7 ana I'm. saie. "0,4 Call Ml S 3111"lI ( > IH
NrO drive to vestments.The however, has been In the found. ants sits. II ,,,..,.hd I bdroom apart'
nurkd In rf. ,'tibIa' Sept I I. CallS
aiilnuls from aii and expansion of Amei U an m entaVI
department says that the Ing fl ft I ."i I'M Bo.tt>n Whaler 'lfiU *'l.r S JO p m. 7 3U.
h.lp inquireBy
from Full tim
fort part
t. ret higher pimps abioarior
: subsidiaries ,
total of American private holdings Industrial boat U H P .Mntury Motor Br.am Pure Oil, (I9M Sth silo SI 21 21 afo _
pHHvssors was 1,1 Its seventh with lorelgn Rid Guide, Si!,., ","g Console l/lf Itwntd ,
abroad climbed$66 billionat In the teaming up bucket ..il. L,'. now. C.llMl Ave _South. __ Rant. ,
full d..' The Naw doPloo .plf. p bn 2 boihs
industrial concerns.<< .' ., P M ./>* ,
4W >
I rel".lf rein .
Wholesale tne end of 1963, with that figure "I.d, o. now eoc0n.a' It 4 teot.?
outlets In .
and retail department puts such investment fit rl.il paint, store for ..cbh. Will tirnisk
1964 at last which Is now ,. Cord rio 34J
the tlr.r.t year's rate, C penncr nc try i IUI( or ilterotI
last: sa\ the are ,
dubbed massive. Good b uI'.Is. 5.. hour Naplti urns to Colllr County heel P M end anwi.kanls
anJ have raised prices. ., machine rout*. S's' 11)7 ,,2t '/11 If
The Investments here by foreign -- .mp I Bedroom Ap.rlm.nl, Large
Choice<< Individuals and rompantes AH Collar' County N.... Slosh boy w.nt. ,
four or five cents a pound RADIOACTIVITY MEASURED 1/11 M12H.lp Dono Li' Colt: H...llNuplM tpace, h..t'l. 'c"dt!:
were put at $23 billion Range
In parts of Ohio and at Louis FRA HORT. K\. .API Shopping Cnlrflyltr.r' tioner 4 homer m ".pl.. Park

vllle, K)'. The U.S. government Is hop. Despite hostel of 100.000 uihu Wanted wn"id, GOOd man Call Ml 2 SaD l/1 tfttticiencie

A meat packer at Baltimore ing to attract more foreign In. feet of niuleur wsHlen' at Muxev "Tr"t pr hour. 12 monthtwork a *. Oar Week, or'
.. .. -- -. ....-- vestments here, both long-term AOULI ptwsoN ri" Y..' S>. Frnci* Sylt Month IIMII .MOTEL) MlI
predicted that housewives will Flats (he ndioactivm 'level' 'in malt capabla til handi: ng proolreeding Michigan" Conttruclion. Co Mt t IIU
wait and short-term, to help hold ; I.sl k u' full Inn:, b nMuit Phon tlm 1/21 41 HO Of
VISITORS at Thunder-Hole in Acadia National tie payIng 12 to 13 cents more a 'he I arei in no higher ,h,n in .the bt ittMd) .o'd ".b,'. -

/ Park for the crash and boom of surf in this pound for meat week.this weekend or down the payments U.S. deficit that !has In International been a rent of kcntuikt wilt know ei''pi-'i'<'',.1.itf ..<..d.W..I....<"k Coiii.r.....ily l.aii,Viiii,5, L.undy,"J" II 8u..hollllh"''... 21 Must 10 Firs... TY.1'0 I bdrm-Air 500$100 apt don"it. EflicienV. Ml, lilt

I'arlnprt! that report b. ..,II"'a so'..' ."d cant
narrow sea gorge. problem In recent years State scientists gave Cents N.* Coo (11.7 AU C sack .. Aye South Ml I Utt
steady oeraraufl
NFO headquarters at Corning, But In 1963 when the value of 01 Ih. examining the Northeastern cohort 04Cc. for .d..num.1to

Iowa claimed that Increasingretail billion Kentucky site, the/ firm' 13-Help Want. Female coupons isory petition in ,, 49-Housei For Rent
/ foreign holdings rose by $2.8 .
.-.!'" "'II .." prices Is unwarranted and about |t billion represented burial' place In the nation tot sreNO0APMI : Good ahot.h.nd tim, . Apply *t Pr thr.'I"/Lain.dry 11 IfCAPACLE ,, .

that some dealers "are taking .nd Tnr.qutree. Dint hoitsi Small. utilt.r
increase In of foreign- raJioJt mo wutitr .
prices I"n.h.d. 155: mo P 3505.Cli
advantage of the situation." PI..h serhine ondit.ons 'n ADULT male' e'tttod ear
Printing oltice Permenent t.f.t onuos ..100 .... absltvI ftJbodrom
Supplies of hogs going through * * * * * Cost End of I'enlrel. $ Ana MlJSS1I ,, rosto Ih* human tilt, nt th* ;;;;;
the Chicago Terminal Market * * * * * * __ l/ll It Metho' ondo'IyIl. Inn --si
LLL .i >l.i ,.!,. wrl" with pxiplrtirwft | month ...nl.' |IO mo turn
bounded upward Tuesday and ...", h.v,' ,." ,." ,,,' ."".q mr Own, on promise. by
forced a drop of 50 N...> B.. (IMAH? Park 121 lit
hundredweight from Monday'shigh :
of hundred. I b.droom turn ham |IOO
$20 a
Cmrmn stripe. Topulity month winter, MO mo turn
On the retail side, one store at work rqu-rd ponma m.r. Owner an promises by
Columbus Ohio, Jumped the THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA YOUNG "."1 ponlion, Writ or tall Aug tbth. IM ,/,It Av. N.pl.' %
Mr Hertford N Printing Pork _ 121 .!..Ita..1
bout tnr rnl. I Bid
to 70 cents a pound. But at Chi By Florid Library & Historical C .oimnUsion tips StAoisl.nt room compllly furnnH.d ,.It

cao. the Jewel, National and 'Civil lar Centennial Committee BOYSAGES ' Mngr*dvlntm wanted Op.nlFrmg Ml I ttfifj, l/ttt

Kroger chains said they had not *'It.n.r.: Apply *l ImWnl -I2)0 Illh ITREET NOHTM

raised meat prices. * * * * * * * * * * * 12.15 Trail anal 5.rnlc. .,.lton. IllI hurtS ot ) b.droom. 2 b.lh ....''I.hl. .l
one II10 C.1I1 "" l/lttf

Consul General Thomas urvy trumnl$ men HENTAL'd'
August, 21 United Staten THECOLLIER and Chain, mn 'ton long term P ",. I B.,,, Apt. I" 45 per
Savage at Havana, informs Captain Greene at Key West "mploym.nl on Mirco l>lnd I :
Call Mr H.ight *t Ml II20 O5drm I lath Furnnh.d,
. """"W..IfNOP.TII.EAST -. -:--......- .........-- 2 Companies In thit according to information he has received "thirteen COUNTY 0' Ml lUll silt lit Homo |'IOO J.lf.F

I HARBOR on Mt. Desert Island per- Collier CountyReceive ichoonen of Florida.lately "got safe into the Suwannee River, west 1 Investment I I Bdrm, utility" Furnished, Horn, Carr

sonifies the sheltered harbors of the Maine coast. coast NEWS Bdrm I B Charters General Hatch reports that five men from the 7th Wanted pr.n, mn or woman unlurnith.d Open JunH.ylI .
Gainesville al .c.ll.M .turn on ('....hboon Realty. liSt N To,1
The second stage of our moun. beautiful Island In the world." TALLAHASSEE ..Secretary of Ohio reported missing in the recent Battle of thol dmrout, n.m.nl Inu.'lm.nt 10 Ml tellS 5/It. 0 w ISI

aln-admlrlng trip In New England Granite mountains and spruce. State Tom Adams today an. arrived at Magnolia yesterday, and three from the 4th NEEDS BOUTS!: I ...11 manos.d praliUbi chainefpanrh.nrdAiitnwnbiloA ret I bdrm nnfurnlhd house with,

began In Maine. From Rangeley, ringed lakes, quiet tide pools and nounced the chartering of the Massachusetts Cavalry came into Jacksonville tliii morning., C:.>. IOCHI..I; ,in North rtroTin* iirnurl ;un Ml ri 2 ouloD toil 00 /IO CllAndiiroii If

we now turned south (Rts. 4 and thundering ocean cliffs the following Collier County cor. Colonel W. H. Noble commanding at Magnolia, 11 caniu ERS and Flor'd.ff.:> Thr and. anrlMotoril Ithrys

2)) and headed without pause for variety Is amazing. We would poratlons; notified of the following disposition to be made of the 17th I to, Corp. Minimum |nv lmnl room V... w hau* *tare S., rnl anotnar. Furnlihad I Bd

Mount Desert Island on the coast. drive through the Black Woods Crescent B. Farm and Ranch, the . ,: 1i City W.,.,. T M. Cbl. 2HI
The of balsam and Connecticut Volunteers! "The regiment will form /gir- SEE OH CALI: n I.., I''y N.... '_'t Pmlnd H W. WaltonS, Ml"
flatlands between Rangeley breathing deeply Inc. Post OfficeBox907Immok.
including } 41)01
and Bangor are drab and unln.moss, then suddenly swing out to alee. Authorized stock 100 r son at St. Augustine and Picolata. Six companies, 23-Mitt. For Sale

terestlng. Only the majestic the sea where the mew of gulls shares of common ol no par the smallest companies, to take post at St. Augustine, -Wsnted To Rent

white pines which give Maine Its and crash of waves on Otter value, filed August U.dealing under the command of the Lieutenant-Colonel of the regiment MR. DAVE HEHMANSON: SACRIFICEIPriidire

nickname of "Pine Tree State" Cliffs dispelled the forest in farming, both citrus and agri ; four companies to be stationed at Picolata, under the I Couple blh.with."ir.c"*"I or.Io..d 1 bwtroomi Crab..',

break the monotony.At serenity. We stopped at Thunder culture. Incorporators B.W. command of the Major of the regiment." Chat,, Gas. II Rung n*.. and.aI I inch.M.g'O. u"n.h.d!Ou.otl.r, .nr Oclob.r Gulf' _V*Htt>r .

Bangor, we got our first Hole, Jordon Pond and finally House, J.W. Moore, E.A. Moore, August 2( Confederate General Jackson reports today at the Moving ml* horn with built .r.nc.. Contact P O. lo. to/.
Inkling of the from a faint the ascent of Cadillac all of Immokalee filed by JamesW In appliances Coo *t '1214 Nshisan Naplos .170 51
sea began "
that it has been definitely ascertained that 21 of the Ay* North' N.pl.' 1/26 II
laity smell wafting off the Ken. Mountain. This Is the highest Moore 1208 13th Avert., N.,
Jtl 'inch .I.c'"
killed f wounded and 188 captured making HEWS OFFICEM12.21 -- Wanted
duskeag and Penobscot Rivers point on our Atlantic coast and Naples. enemy were stoic in goad cOndilon0 53-lit.ingi

and from the huge Maine lobsters it reveals a panorama Islands, Wllco, Incorporated of Naples the enemy's total lost 221 at the recent fighting at Gaines lilt tills A.Nn I-."S if Hv bu,.-. tor low Colt, no"' ..

served us at the Bangor House. mountains, pennlnsulas and the 645 Fifth Avenue, South ,Naples. ville. Confederate lost WM two killed and four wounded. .. I .-.1 huyle. COli''.. County

This confortable old hotel makes great sweep of sea unbrokento Authorized stock, 100 shares Captain Dickison was able to win this victory. according 07 26-Pertonl j!!._i'P ucl on thu Tru"I H/llttf

a much nicer stop than the artl Africa. I felt at once awestruck -of no par value, filed August 13, to lackson. "with I lesi than ill men." The Confederate "LtOHOLIII; AHNYOUS, 57-Houiei For Sale
tidal air-conditioned motels and exhllerated. architects and M.n ar memos wih drinbirtgprobl.mt ,
engineers commander;; lays, "this unparalleled; success merits for the SoC lor h.lp ay cllingMII4l
along busy highways. An aura No wonder that Indians had builders Incorporators, T.R. PUBLIC NOTICE JSdnm 0 I.th CrIck v.n..'
gallant little band in South Florida the everlasting gratitude .1 l Visions lordxiiy carport f.,. Cl I.u -
of less-hurried days pervadesthis chosen this Island for their sum.Williams, J.K.WlUUmsandMX:. ...Icom. Mtmgt m F .tnt Wulk I. I....'. ahool Op.n

Inn and finds expression in mer fishing grounds since 4,000B.CI I Combs, all of Naples, filed by of their countrymen whose homes and honor they have NOTIC Of INTNT'ON' TO eptitt>th Church A Anna Siam an indjr Itntt lund.1 C.'bb.... tIolty IU
ft oaonsr e N Trml, Ml Illll. .
its Logger's Coffee Shop where Had Lief Ericsson stood Murphy C. Combs, P.O. Box saved from brutal soldiery. The Brigadier-General commanding Th.RGSTI"und..n.d, fiCTITIOUS io.. h.r.by NAME co, j y5ttaill0PM. I/I w. II "

antique saws, axes, tongs and here, too, when he founded "Vln. l544IJaplee. tender to thxni hit linccra tlunki, and piuiuius lily the I am conducting, a Bu.'ni>t Royal I Calm Or lmmculal

harnesses skillfully decorate the land" about 1,000 A.D.? Pro. that every effort on his part shill be exerted to secure to Consulting.' Florid and T. 'n>.irt.r Work tin butinot I.:. ltirs*tNipltt. 13-Servicei Offered ceo horn* Nw' will. lo wall,

weathered grey walls. bably early Spanish and Port. at the vista. It was an unforgettable their leader the reward of promotion which he 'o richly n.m. at GENERAL ,SU1INESIEMVICE1 SLIP COVERS Carpot II rnnmn 2 .bith.Ma, dan and f util-

uguese navigators knew this im.presslve evening. deserves, and which they have enabled him to \'m." eompottd( 01 und,th.'h.1 following Kid, firm prfln< Tropic, Drapery 4 UpholtUr South LOWE MI 4 .J IClt 1121. W'h 7/I1wt II:

AH, TilE OCEANAn mountain although it Next morning we started down August 27 In failing health and unable to mount a what nim. and followtI pl..M el rttidtncoi 'nMt20Ot.' 711 If

hour eastward brought us was not officially "discovered"until the coast of Maine on our return heavy attack Mobile without increased Army O 5raI Vo.i.lm. SOS- blue P".nlAv 58-loti For Sale
on support, 36 Wsnttd To
to Mt. Desert and the full Impactof 1604 when Champlain put Journey to New Hampshire, Ver. .nu., NipTit, Floridl, Buy

the ocean. The Green and Mt. Desert on the map. And, mont and New York. Although Rear Admiral Farragut, commanding the Welt Gulf Block. Own.r.h.p of Mid, it <> follows Usod p'ckup "... .....I. IAL I. Pour Lito,c,50rror '0'..
a D VoM.l.n 100" C.old.n Qale Ealatos 54500 D.
White Mountains seemed a of course, Cadillac Governor of U.S. I is fairly straight, the ading Squadron writei Secretary lItI requesting that he II i* hit inKntion' la .pplla the Good Ontias Condition M."n.neo 5'.hl".n c. 'IPIS Prop ldlisn Corlnght 05 Tangarm' Orlv

thousand miles away against the Louisiana, lived here a short map showed us how the indented be relieved of his duties: "It is evident that the army has CI.,. of County th. Circuit florid' Court to in r and.|>lIon forCollir I, 1'/ "i hew Port R.chty. Tl* 1/21 31

slap 01 surf on rocks, the rich time In the 1680's. coastline gives Maine 3,478 milesof no men to spare for this place beyond those sufficient to th* ,oiIS, P.m. of GENERAL" BUM 5,5,,It., b..u".1,, C ornon In'
odor of NESS SERVICES ..nd.' the pro 18-Autot For SalelnlIorln l ... School. cost
seaweedthedampbreezeblowing seashore In airline distanceof alarm' and thereby make diversion in favor "u' High
an keep up sn a ",.,on. of Chptr 20MJ L<... of 11' Soil Will lk* 12,11)0 Chins
over 50-degree water. TWO PERSONALITIES 228 miles! There are bays of General Sherman . I fur however health is plo' ,,... Act of .1141Witn bl., Ch.1 h.d JIM'n II
my i 17 of top Cadie. h..I.'. oto transpow. ,
We made of ... my hand Inn dy
the mistake heading Acadia attracts paint.
Today, and beaches to last ten sum. ., .
giving I have now been down in this Gulf and the Auiutt UMlifr 1I."n, Original Canoeappn.cito
for Bar Harbor, main settlement ers, writers psychiatrists pro. mers of exploring. But, we had way. 5 D. VOrOUIN"u. Mu.l t** lo Call Two Lot For $*t. an EstayA ..
on the Island. Since the great lessors and scientists who mingle come for mountains and as the Caribbean Sea nearly five years out of six i !, with the exception I' U. S.p' I. 5, .564 gaOl S olton *l ..nu.II.OO Lk 1'Frd.ail.r W Court.HolmP.lm

fire of 1947, It has re-grown into with the sturdy saturnine heights of Mt. Desert faded be. of the short time at home last fall and the last WOODCHRYSLER IIZI 41 .

a dingy, crawling tourist town lobstermen and sailors who are hind we sighed and speeded on lix months have !been a sever drag on me. and I want rest, RtOl0TI NOTICE ..OP fiCTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TI) PLYMOUTH POIOArP SAlt

best avoided by antique hunters natives here, I found the Island towards home. if it it to be had." Th. ndn5iInod Coos h..b" co, t4ortItTraiI M'' SIll Pill, INOCIPt',
tOot t *m conducting Nur liar mist soil lit" Nadanost
nature lovers and sensitive had two personalities. On the / .
sari r b>i>in*. *l Immohil, FlorRc I barr h..m, n THE .MOO
travellers eastern half, there are wealthysettlements -' d. ndor, 110. fititiout n.", 01 "iNns ..,iui' c4S und i'iii'
rn" ,bai'.. Nuuy .nd 10.1 said, Campr with' MiamI .prices ..d..li.in5, .'p.".". lhnal.P .
The only redeeming features of the hustle and bustle ,\\ f"m" J. (nmpOSOd 01 tha 101l0.n., 54.,, tanS. On. "..n.,. cmn "", .pl ..d".m' r"mpl' ;
Bar Harbor are a special dough of tourists the busy traffic the pens sntwhOsonem.. and ,I.e.. 0' IWO ValkioKgon nw sun ", .. n ,",.idn5' it'.pnsol
rot G' C1 .'. eo foilosoS roof new paint radio, 4..,.,, ,n. dShosNor Nico .........d
nut shop and the Headquarters of National Park. On the western BO... whitwlli. ..trt Only IWCM ,
0 Ir.osau, odd.d
Acadia National Park. Here we half one finds peace, somewhat lull IndieS, Rivar AvenuettOsIS Ml I KH aIlS, I onwo.k' "ii!I.".".., PAont p.004 Ml 74114 after
., g/21 it
CIa Ind.
picked up literature, schedulesand leas Impressive scenery quaint On.rsh.p" al 'mohll' Nu...'" '. P M VM If

maps plus Information from a villages and Interesting people.On I I. .. Ie ow. NOTHING DOWN
R.... 10....
courteous ranger. We decided to 10", Indian, River "...n... Financing Avilbl.' 59-Acreage

lee as much of the 22square. our last evening at Acadia Ti, "0.1.,' Cia .,,,
mile Park as possible in one we went to Latty Cove for afresh II 'a .m, ntntion' 10 seiy Is the .7 Card I C,. .. aura f. luio triclt' .om.- ilk" *-cr*OnUr- 5'Cr. I
Clark .I 110. ("''u.1 Court 'n and
'day It soon became apparent lobster dinner. After de. 10' -: or rntjni CIet. to n.o. 17 Foot 4 .,. ?? tn.rtl wlh .llCtnic.ltl, and.

that Henry Van Dyke knew what elding the size we could consume, lr N.'.Iht.. sid..
he was talking about when he a boy rowed out to a lobster pot I tM' I>I. 'ulPieVide, It Old. I i,. |24tI u. Opn lundtyt, COI"., Coo.ty .
termed Mt. "The most picked the live creatures out Act of I.4IW R.alty l/ll I ml If
Desert r. W.gon |2IIH
them ashore to s >|nM .961 hand OK ,On tint dyf tour... Clo.. m lo u I. 41
and brought .f i, C... I _,. |.I4Oodfg > silo! .c,. ,.''''I. Collier Coun.ly .
steaming cauldron. He plopped ,' S EECE IOWCNAu Neatly. Last an the Tril..
them into boiling sea water and _ _ _ p. | II U. lest I I. UM riil .i | d,. IllS 11I1 II

Jcoplfas Afrivwl set about fixing our table. We 4Ftm
outdoors at s picnic table QUlc i..I 10 .c... 110 ar
sat \ Plan 6-Whccled COLLIER COUNTYMOTORS acre Open Sunday. Collier
twenty feet from the sea. The County ffeelty I/T w tf

I NIII" ". sun dipped low over calm waters Vehicle For Use Your ... l lMVRgi.I. TRAIL' PRONTAOf.

r.. .... f' _", ,.... throwing I scarlet ribbon between MCMCUMV *' SO acre. nigh 4 dry land IVj.
Travel MARTowK
the mainland and the Is. In Moon from courthou
.IM2 time Soda,. Tsp teed I 41) MO Av*
flltl'I')' .11.11' ....I..h land. Spruces turned blue In the ilTTLEPI.&n.: for a tics | 2| ce.h. Ml 14442. 5estt,. Mi, n 1. Plot>
and a slight mist drifted 1/21 M
Pirls. s.:. "" .. slx.wneeled vehicle capable of
Sales, in from the ocean Close by, iou 'Impala iporl Coup H aer* trett*. U.00 down and
soaked sweet taking twii' astronauts for a 14. Pa PS PO H.di A,; month. No lnter.it
a seal barked. We ? da 2r.0.mlle Jaunt on the surfaceof Cond 14.*,*,. Mud son la *pChvy nsOol"On* mIle from Ooldcn
\\1VOO\)1'\ n, lobster meat in melted butter i ; .4 ] pr.C .'. Pruod "..d.' "'taro.t Gate City Open .I..nd.'ilt Collier -
4f ."",. "", _/ munched crisp salad and gazed 1a.a the moon were far qUICk isis. Call Lw. Coral County Really., tf
b the Boeing Co. 25(14. Sit.jtloss
I ."'" Tuesda )

. .n, __ Boeing, 'hlch is heading a l Card retractable hard top 61-Income) Property

nine-month study for the National Bod/ in good cond'toinlCrJ,
Aeronautics and Space I UUlt I oe1IiCoilier' ...".t ..11. .. "nil Mot"
b"oom ....',......t ...
Administration on payloads for 40-Autos Repair PsrtsIJuITTJ" .17'011" Counl, R.ty! .
the Apollo logistics
I work Fair pricea an
The vehicle would be sent to I ,,.ake cart aid truck Let' 62-Builness Property
-- --- the moon aboard an Apollo acquainted. tee Lea Coin I

MOVING A MOUNTAIN A 1 ::500.pound replica of famous Mount spacecraft. U radio signals :r. . I T.I.. :...,...:: f,.", foot

Rushmore will become a permanent exhibit HI ill* new go-acre Cape showed it landed safely the as. WOODCHRYSLER lied .t ,::R. .o .,. 5usd.I':

us. ov.e SLVO. MI SJeepI Coral Gardens tourist attraction scheduled to open at this waterfront tronauts would follow In another PLYMOUTH Cell..r COlI"J. ..nt

Florin. community this fall. Created by- sculptor Lincoln Borjflum Apollo. I !!ec1h1''ait, HI MM I4S 66-Insursnc*

(right), whose father originated the original monument of Presidents The wheels of the vehicle

I- awoSlPrVOcf. "pp'.IIC"c. . Theodore Roosevelt and Lincoln in the Black would be five or six feet In dU : Tf.ilefs For Rent I...* Money CaeyPlan. p.."....nt
. ... IonlOf' Jefferson
9 ..,..'c,". eli . R.I"......... E....''''''" Washington ameter, wire-wrapped and COY. I : Auto, Homa 0"'...,..
cc..1 .114 Don.'t'e Hills of South Dakota the authentic replica will be located In the Reel Trailer |l a week, wit,, TV. :
with mesh to
Patriots' Pavilion of the Garden of Patriots one of the Initial phasesof ered I f Ill a wooS Ipecee I) week I r JUGI"coo s\!' 1.10'IIII'IU"ANCI, Nes'tk
4iitr cope with jagged rubble on the .,.5*' Cra*. ,,.,... rark. I
the multi-million dollar Cape Coral Gardens. moon's surface. !!!L"t5 '" lilt


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