Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00237
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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 28, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079904
Volume ID: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296134
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TOKYO (AP) The Japan.
ISI government agreed today to
allow UA nuclear powered sub.
marines to call at Japanese
port. Fight
The matter has provoked con.
Iderable controversy among
the Japanese, and their (overn.
ment has been debating the Is. ...
sue for a year and eight months.To .
pacify the public, the U.S. ;
Navy has promised the submar.ln .
will not carry nuclear
tipped rockets.
The Navy says it asked for
permission to dock the aubmar.
Ines so that crews can go ashore
for leave. ,

There were no Immediate In.
dlcatlons when the first nuclear \
powered submarine would ar. :

rive.WAIDHAUS, Germany (AP) srL

-yaks Two rammed 21.year.old a truck Czechoslo.through ELSIE UPHAM, set designer for tonight's

Communist border barriers to. drama at the Tahitian Cove, receives thanks
day and escaped to West Cer. the actors while 6-months-old Tina Winkler # w

many under heavy Red fire, minds theatre-goers that free baby-sitting
German police reported. is available during the Friday and Saturday :i

The two escaped at Romdov, play. See story and other pictures Page 10
main border crossing point be.
tween Czechoslovakia and West

Germany. +

Living Costs Jump .

LONDON (AP) British ar.
cheologlsts report they have

made "sensational" discoveries 15.17.'t .
In the area In Egypt soon to be - -

Hooded by the Aswan High Nothing Startling'WASHINGTON \ for the kids' feed set

Dam.The at Cambier Paik The popular
annual report of the Brit. for the summer recreation pro
Ish said the
finds Academy included the Thursday tomb of a (AP- Uvlng Sharp Increases In annually) by the local Jaycers

bishop of the 14th century A.D. costs rose three.tenths of one meats, fresh fruits and about 200 pounds of hamburger
and details about Egyptian forts per cent In July, the largest ties were the main I to r : Chuck Crawford Henry
which existed 20 centuries be. monthly rise In a year, the Labor the overall July rise of ' (rear), Tom Collier (barely
fore the birth of Christ. Department reported today. comer price Index to 108 ) Hahn, right foreground. In
The report said the bishop's However, the Increase "does This Index reading the feed will Includo
tomb was found In the fortified not appear startling" In view of cost $10.83 In July to
town of Kasr Ibrlm, once the general price behavior over the Items that could be pop potato chips
southernmost frontier of the Ro. past 10 years, a spokesman $10 In the 1857-58 period t
man Empire tor the Bureau of Labor Statistics aa a base of 100 In the
said. .calculations.A .
_. r
,*t'. '* 2.2 per cp\\
VATICAN CITY 7tA( ,)->ope lit j prices for meats, Eyes tolsjP
1\ Paul VI Is watching"such world Negro Appeals fish boosted the over-all
trouble spots? as Cyprus, VietNam dex nine-tenths of one
and Indonesia, Vatican from June to July.
sources said today. They Own Conviction; Sidney A. Jaffe, Off To
said they felt he would not sistant commissioner of
hesitate to Intervene diplomatic Wins Freedom reau of Labor Statistics
ally If the situation deterlor. the figure did not
ate. Increases from the (A* The Weather Bureau. at Ml.
The sources said the Pope CLEARWATER (AJ>-Frank of meat animals from the ami said Cleo was exiwted, to
Johnson, who went to prison at roared move offshore this,morning and
made this obvious In his first by some producers. He .
age 14 on a long sentence, walks weakly Intensify Hurricane" wainlngs
encyclical, Ecclesiam Suam- effects of this, if any,
His Church-and In his peace free today, his conviction and show up until the ; Cape remained up" at Brunswli. Ga.,
message earlier this week. They sentence nullified dex of Day and gale warnings extended to
The 43-year-old Negro nowgreying
also cited his diplomatic notesto Despite the July rise, ; lUtteras.
at the temples, pleaded Bu. The storm was moving at
Ankara, Athens and Nicosia prices were still 1.4 per
guilty In 1936 of raping a 15.year.old .
: to about\ 10 m..h.Cleo .
Aug. IS when the Cyprus crisis low a year ago, the
Negro girl
was particularly tense. Other July prices portion
He waited 28 years for the le. Included two.tenths of that the
gal loophole that would give him cent for transportation 'k will SidelightsIn
his freedom.
tenths of one cent for the
Storm-Hunting It came In the celebrated Cld. cal care. per draw Miami, a twtn-enlned DCSa'Parlntl
eon decision of the U.S. Su. Gulf ( )' took off from Opa.
Nimbus Satellite Housing costs were
preme Court granting new trialsto Locka Airport as Clan swirled
changed, as lower
Soars Skyward persons convicted without legal furnishings and fuel punr! by Nobody saw the flight, hut
counsel.An higher prices for some gust up the plane cleared several obsU.
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE avid reader of legal textsin keeping supplies and of the ties that could have been avoid.
BASE, Calif (AP) A new the State Prison at Ralford, west ed only by traveling u,..
storm-huntlng Nimbus satellite Johnson handled his own appeal was "She Just snapped her ropes
vehicle rocketed into the sky and won a new trial, scheduledto and took off," said maintenance
early today with cameras designed open Sept. 10th State ChamberTo man Brian MacDonald "All that
to take 2,000 pictures of Thursday State Atty Clair ., and wind rushing under the wings
the world's weather every day. Davis told Circuit Judge B. J. Meet In JaxJACKSONVILLE effect creates lift, and that's all you
The 91-foot-tall Thor.Agenabooster Driver that the evidence which need to fly"
rocket roared aloft at 1 convicted Johnson had dlsap. (AP> !; path of
a.m. Pacific Daylight Time.It peared with the years. State Chamber of be. In West Palm Beach, a young
All of the witnesses were dead has scheduled its annual / known suburbanite dropped his motorboat
was aimed at a 575-mtle.which It except two, and they couldn't Ing at Jacksonville Nov. death loll stood st 13ft Into his backyard swim
high orbit from
could polar remember the Incident, said At 8 a.m. (EST), the renter ming pool to protect it from
photograph every square Davis. The Judge dismissed the Cleo's 100.mile winds a trick
mile of the earth's '.., of the wind circulation: was es. ,
rotating charges for lack of prosecution, tinted by the Weather Bureau fishermen learned centuries ago
cloud at least a day.
cover once erasing Johnson's record \' to be near Flagler Peach, 13 when they sunk their I craft Into
Only Western world weather. Johnson says he will go to St. ,,4;" milts north of Day-tons Desl h. lagoons and rivers at the) ap.
men will benefit. Nimbus Is not Petersburg and try to find workto The only hurrifsne winds or. proach of had weather Then, as
designed\ to transmit picturesover support his aging mother and r tarring at the time were In now, It works

Soviet territory. stepfather r lr gusts, but warnings were left
+ unchanged A Weal Palm Beach housewife
pending a penetra.
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \ r 7 tlon of the hurricane by air. Inadvertently stocked up on a
I craft freezer full of Ire cream the) aft.
ernoon before Cleo struck Her
power went out and the) Ice

i County Teachers Minor Damage over cream the threatened kitchen to drip all

Instead, she hauled It out and
At Cape From gave the neighborhood childrenan

......... Ire cream party
Meet In Naples '.
w .v yf r Killer CleoCAPE In Del ray Beach, a ia.year.old

veteran of World War I said
KENNEDYAP) Ca.prlclous Clio was "worse than Argonne."
Collier County public schoolteachers there were residents of Naples Cleo came calling on The mil, C. J. Hide', Is eus.todlan .
were back In their class when h* first cam here. kr Cape Kennedy but the less. han.hurricaneforce at the drive-in theatre
rooms today completing final Dr. Bob Gates, coordinator, winds that but. and lives at the bottom of the
plans for the opening of school National Defense Education Act, feted the space center caused huge screen Insfour-roomapart.
Monday, August 31. highlighted the morning session only minor damage. ment.
with a talk of "Quality Edura. run" Six multUmllllon-dollar space Cleo ripped! the screen apart
Yesterday the Instructors met
In a county-wide teachers' meeting tlon In Quantity which teachers rockets which rode out the bit by bit, hurling 4x4 wood
credited as 'tone of the finest Thursday on their launchIng
at the Naples Senior High storm beams through the telling of
and at 5 p.m. were the guestsof we ever heard. pads were not damaged and Hide!!"s apartment "I Just kept
Naples Senior High School today resumed the work
the First National Bank of crews retreating from room to room
Naples at a barbecue preparedby Principal Wallace Woodruff re. of readying them for firing ss the beams came through the
ported he had asked Dr. Gates downed line caused brief "
A a celling, he said "This was
Sheriff E.
A. Doug Hendryand
to speak at a later date before shortage! and some minor and
power first hurricane I hop It u
Naples Mayor Archie
the students of the
high school. wind and water damage occurred :. last"
--- my
D. Reynolds, superintend Other speakers at the morn. to facilities In 85 miles In Miami, two trusties at the
ent of schools; Leo R. Chick. log session were Dr. Sam Mo. REINFORCED CONCRETE PILINGS 370 of them ,,-11be\ per hour peak gusts. pade County Jail were assigned
Bring, chairman of the Board of orer, associate dean at the Un. A pait of the foundation for the fast tower of the Beacon House Con. The six space rockets were mopping up duties after Herr!.
Public Instruction; Archie Iverslty, and Ben J. Perloff, dominium Apartments going up just to the right of the Mooring Line secured In service towers designed cane Cleo, and took advantageof
Turner mayor of Naples; and assistant director of the Florida Dine bridge in The Moorings. The east tower, expected to be ready to withstand 15 o.m 11.-.".. the confusion to escape
Dewey Polly, chairman of the Teachers' Retirement System. for occupancy by Christmas, will go up seven stones and have 24 hour winds. M re footed.
Collier County Commission, Slat Senator Elmer 0. Friday apartments 12 one bedroom and 12 two bedroom accommodations. Cleo settled one thing She -
made short and State Representative James ruled out the last slim hope of
welcoming speeches. More than 100 expectant
Two other towers under for moth
matching th" one construction are planned
L. Walker
Lave officials
legislative re. that the first
f tome ers waited out the storm la Ml.
tyajror Tumec noted,.he waa ports In the afternoon session. the future bv The Ensign Corporation. The First Florida Resource project Gemini manned orbital ami hospitals-Just In ease, the
addressing\ more teachers as. Teacher association' meeting Corp., is the contractor on the $1,352.000 addition to the Naples flight .oulJ( be accomplished in Bed Cross reported. Only three
smbld, : for (h w. meeting than was also held in th*' afternoon. shore line. (Caplef photo) 1'54 had babies.




t t COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw. FU. M.i, Augutt 21. If44

, Cruelty Major CHURCH
,', "

'" ,"",,,"" '" ; ;; Divorce Ground
Year Since Cambridge Was >V ', 4" p
: '
: ,.;: : ;

Caught In Wave Of Revolt ".,': 9 ,fr. < can jet a divorce In(APYou Florida tor GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

; '" number of reason but the
.J 0'" A.. It r anI NAPLES Guilford lied I u.s. 41,
great catchall "ext rem. cru.
CAMBRIDGE Md. (AP) -> It will happen. If they don't it ein ." eno milt lad ef the
It'* been since i won't." CENTRAL County CovrthoinoI
more than a year That *as the reason given
Cambridge wa caught up In the i Another explanation given 1 I.I I. ,; last rear for 17,805 of the state' B.\PTISTCHIRCH C iMira. forer
first of since the prolonged< .. \ of Mrs. SUNDAY SERVICES
wave what has i 22.699 divorces, a* reported by 750 Sogato Dnin>
been called the Negro revolu.i Gloria Rlc rdson, who led the the State Board of Health statistical North N.pltl t.blt? School 1000: onMorninf .
tlon turbulent mil right .,> Worship 1100 amTr.li.in9 .
struggle division. _... O.cof McCoH./ f "
A lot has since. here and who, more than :'" Strvict 700 .
happened any. .. The divorce total was second Sunday Str. etiSundsy pm
The street no longer are i one else,,1* held responsible by ,' highest on record exceeded Sckool 10 a.i". Evening Wonhip I:00 pan.
filled with Negro demonstrator .. the white's for the earlier crises.Mr "f' WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE
.J after .
only b> 26,112 In 1946, Just Worth p S.r es II i.e.
*, the Maryland National *. T. N. Booth, Mrs. ..h. World War D. I bit Classes '::30 p.mEwiinf table Study end
Guard no longer 1* keeping the,i Richatdson'c mother, cay her .,!::j.A Florida's divorce rate took a Service 7 JO P."', Prayer Service 7 JO p.m.

peace and there no longer 1* the, daughter la In Newark, N.J. ."" drop in 1957! when the law was Choir Proetieo 1:11: ,.11I.
sound of A civil right law a* Cornish
gunshots.Cambridge ,
. changed to require
sits ., point out, has been enacted *_'. flll'RCli F"CHRIST AHWTNESSES
warily a* ., residence Instead of 90 da)"*.

trade serenity. % and it forbids racial discrtmlna. There were 20,920 divorce In TIIII..1 Trail. or l 14th Ave" N"CAoroi Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue

Charles Cornish, the Neg.opresld.nt tion In most restaurant 1956:; ; 18,377! In 1937 and 17,U81n / WtottM II. .iwi./or rVof'oco' tnjtn, MmurorI
of the five-map City Open accommodation was a 1938:; Since then the number has
Sunday bio Study Wtdntid.y I ,....
Council, say It'* because uf the prim target of Negroes a year .
been with the .
climbing along 10 "" School .
And local ; Ibl., Study Mimttor Friday 7:)0 p mSorvico .
passage of the Civil Right Act ago. yet Negroes are
of \ population Mornng Wonhp II '."", Mooting. Friday I 30 ,.11I.
The city attorney X. Awdry taking no advantage the law's
) Some grounds given, In addl. Evening Worth 1:JO P."iWsdnsidsy 'ubli* Addroti Sunday 1:30: ,....
Thompson, say, "It's up to the provision now. .
1 tion to extreme cruelt, are desertion
national civil right leaders; If In the first day after thebill' .t. ,'"P9 habitual Intemperance Watch Tamer Study Sun, i:4S p.m,
; ,
MO m
I bio Study : p -
they want something to happen, enactment there were
adultery, bigamy, Impotenceand
test by civil right worker, DRAPED JUS TIC I E' Despite a workman fut 'In her fact a statue representing, ungovernable temper. BAPTIST CHURCH
and with the of
exception a res. CIIl'Rmr GOD
taurant whose owner said his justice remain solemnly aloof while her back la scrubbed The stitue. located outside the In addition to divorces, there II... Marie I. WttntrSundty

income was derived largely Federal Building in Indianapolis, Is being cleaned along with three of her frenda' were 211 annulments last year. Cor 10th S.. til* *'... Ne School 10 omMornng .
One came 40 years after the *... David tenor
from beer sales, the Negroes Worship II o.mEvtning .
but records In the
I were served without fall marriage, Sunday School 10 '.11I. Worthip 7.30 p.mProytr .
I state agency didn't reveal the Worth, II ..'".
1 But whit restaurant owner says only "we're concentrating circumstances Morn p Mtotmg Wtd 730: pm.
have had schools Ev* ilitl"e Strv,co 7 JO p.">. _
say they no Negro on jobs now. f
Now It's 'Join Despite the Increased number 7:30 .....
trade since They point to this In In a county designated as an Foreign of divorces Florida had nearly Tustdsy Prayer Medinq : P ST. ANNS CATHOLIC

support of their contention that economically distressed area, twice as many marriages as di. Thursday YPE 7)0 p.m. 3rd St 1 10th Ave n S..

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the racial crisis here was Negroes have been especiallyhard irorce In 1963. total of 43,120. fof"of ,.,..otI I. Hid.,
brought on by "outside agita hit. The unemploymentrate Sundry Mottol i.I.10.II
Oliver H. Boorde, director of EMMANUEL LUTHERAN
RADIO SERIES has Service And See U.S.A.
tors. amont Negroes been public health statistics said CHtRCH OF NAPLES W..cI." 7 '."'. only
10 A.M. EVERY Stanley Wise, a lieutenant In twice that of whites. marriages have Increased' stead Con'omont: Saturday

Mrs. Richardson's Cambridge Two job retraining program WASHINGTON (AP) Join motor trip to San Francisco lly, virtually matching the state I ILCA i. low I line Or 4 to I p.m. and 7 .. I p.mSundty .
SUNDAY WNOG Nonviolent Action Committee, have been started In the past the Foreign Service and see the sponsored by the State Depart. population growth.Of Mooring line School t tmConfrotorn .
year, one under the Area Rede U.S.A. ment those marrying for the In Th. Moonn9iDr 'ty Close ofChnttion

velupment Administration the It's working out that way for Announcing the tour, the de. first time, 48 per cent of the H.'o.cI( D fug".. tester. Doctrmo

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30at other under the Manpower De. 42-year-old Richard G. Johnson, part ment said the only cost for 1963 brides were teen-ager Sunday School. m . Mondays 07)0 pm.
10 30 m
the velopment Training Act. a senior U.S. Foreign Service Johnson, who Is home on leave, Only 16 per cent of the groom Church Sor ieo _

The third major Negro grift officer who left with his wife will be tor food, highway toll were that young. TRIMTYBVTHE.COVEEPISCOPAL
GOSPEL BAPTIST vance was school segregation charges and incidentals. CHURCH
CHURCHMorning and two children Thursday on a EAST NAPLES
In the case of Dorchester Coun.ty ., Along the way, while renew. BAPTIST CHtRCHShodowliwn Fort loyal'

Worship II 00 A.M. the five lower grades re. Ing his acquaintance with this 769 Xov. cJW I". ttmotrfSundty
mained segregated after seven their children to another school. country, he will make speech.sexplalnlnr Mrs. Kennedy Ave, E.i Naples Sorv cot

Special Evening Service 8:00 P.M. year of one-grade.a-year Inte.gratlon. Now leaderless, Cambridge the work of the For. *.*'. ladies lorio. fairer Holy Communion I o..11I.Suncl.y .
MUSIC SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT Negroes seem much as they did elgn Service. Sund.y

Gospel singing Special. Muslo Last fall the School Board before It all began. The major costs are being Thanks People School 10:00 ,.mMorning School Family' end Worthy Strmo, Church 10 o.mWodnoidoy .
Public WelcomeOn dropped the barrier In the last A white official predicts, "If borne by the Wally Byam Foun Worship 1 11.00 1 <.m.

five grades, but retained Us pol. you come back five year from dation and the Ford Motor Co. Who Aided Tnafninq Union 7:00: p.mE .
JFK Holy Communion f:30 t m.
Guilford Road and U.S. 41 icy of requrlng parents to re. now, It'll be the same a* It was The foundation Is furnishing the ,sning Worship 100 p.mWsdn .
One Mile East of the County Courthouse quest In writing the transfer of five years ago" department with three house ATLANTIC! CITY, N.J (AP) ..d
trailers for two years and Ford Mrs. John F. Kennedy greet. Mid Wt-li Prayer sonic. 7:JO p.m.
'Is providing three automobilesto ed thousands of Democratic delegates Adult Choir Predict 1:15:I p.m, THE AREA

iMimmiMimumimnmiiiiiiiiiiimiiit -' .......... ..... iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimuiiiHiiiuMiiiiimihiirHiiiiiii iu; tow the trailers at an annual with a smile and a hand.
cost of $1.00. The foundation is shake at a reception in her honor -- BON IT A !SI'IUNC.S

supplying gasoline and oil for But she left town before the FIRST ASSEMBLY: .\SSIMUOF/ Gem

the cars, the State Departmentsaid convention paid tribute to her OF r.onShido.l ftor. Roland/ JoKtt

assassinated husband in its clos. .wn Ave.. E. NoplotAt' Sunday School 10 '.11I.

:4rc 3nvitcJ In San Francisco, Johnson ing session I. W William,. 'oirof Morning Worship II I.mEvening .
y"" Coriia/y will turn the car and trailer The flve-hour-lonj reception Sunday School '.4$ ,.m. Strvico 70: p.m.

over to another Foreign Service given Thursday by Undersecretary Morning Worship I M I *.m. Priyor Muting Wed. 7.30 p.m.

officer who will drive his familyon of State W. Averell Harrl- Youth Strvict Tuti .1 7:10 p.mMdWttl -
the return trip east while the man and Mrs. Harriman was Ssmeo Thursday ('HOKOIOSKFFCHI
the first large public function RCH OF (.01)C !
Service ChUYCIZ Johnsons will fly back to Wash. .t 7:30: p.m
Richards Roofing to C ,4f1'he Ington to prepare for a new as. the former First Lady has attended Sunday School 10 0.m.
phone Ml 1-4M1 Naples
since last November'stragedy W II .
Morning o mOI'H
in Brussels
--- slgnment, Belgium CHURCH neap
Sunshine Hardware The Johnson trip Is the first In ,
a new State Department enter. Accompanied by several of OF NAPIFS (' \ : \M> BAPTISTMISSION
"Your Complete Mirdwirt Store the Kennedy clan slsters-ln- At'. Rebel Mart. rWofSund.y
S.. prise set up under the "com rn u.
rte Ith \ f U Oil r C fOCetae nlty relations program" The law Eunice Shriver, Jean Smith School "tl: SiMem :-. :, R.;' C/yd Marcia;
and Pat Lawford Mrs. Ken. i.g'Wor.r.e 1010 .
Naples Rexall Store '4 purpose Is to get returned For. o m .Sundiy School' I 10 in,
'" '' 'rfi' ' J"'H '
occasion! 'r..lnift'l.I'ni
flew in for the 30
Ml Ave So. eign Service officers to make nedy o: > Worthip Services
speeches around the country After the last guest had filed Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. II om: end 730 p.m.

The Bank of Naples when they are on home leave past the receiving line, she left WEDNESDAY ,..,., Mooting!

Qrowlni with Neplos' end These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the ChurchColti.rM.mb.r and allow them to see as muchof town bound for her mother' hays Moirmg, 7:30 p.m. dnotdiyt it I p.m.
(inco 194" summer home In Newport, R.LA
r' and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES the United States as they can. said the
F D I CHartley's State Department officials say family spokesman fii'RiSTIAN 1-nltta.AIIF.oI: : : BAPTIST
for her FIRST
that one of the filmed (MATH.:
frequent crlti.clsm
Variety Store husband would be too much of Cllt RCH Of' NA"I.EoI" :
of the Foreign Service by fttv. Eric C. W.lt/OII./ fairerSundty
ordeal for her Menlo, Dr Coquina Sands
M Ninth Street, wlhBob's member of Congress is that dl. an emotional ? School t4Som.
The reception, held In a ho.tel's . Jam, W. Macity. M trw
Pastry plomat who spend most of their Wonhip Service Mom. t I p.mTnining
f white and gold ballroom, Ibis, School t 41 '.m,
lives abroad lose touch 7
with the Union
Ho MI 1171* it had to be divided Church Stmct 1 II 1 ..m. pm
11* tlh M. was so large
American people McI., ... ,..,.. Service I p.mfVHH.LADEH
Fresh Relied Goods Dolly Into three sections. Lynda John. Choir Prtctico Wednesday 7:30 p m.
native of
New Haven
son, the President's 20-year-old Vesper Service 5 p.m. Sunday
Conn., has served In Euro : ;
Naples Federal Savings in the
dropped on
pean and African post since daughter, COMMUNITY CHlltfHfttv

and Loan Association fj, E'V 1947. He Just returned from an first, while her mother paid her I '/ST C11l'ltrn-Of')! CHRIST fttv. H. G. M'oietcttf pastor

tea tth Avo, ko. Ml I-Itll assignment at NATO headquart. r.spectslater.At each session the former !SCIENTIST Sunday School 10 om
era in Paris. His .
Jim's Sunoco schedule has not been speaking First Lady, who wore a simple Central Avtnuo .1 oth Street Mornng Worthip II t mC.nOOLAND

Lifetime Guaranteed MuffloraMl nounced an. V-neck sleeveless, two piece Sunday Strvico 1 II 1 :00 ..m. --

SMI or i-1471 Naples. Flo.. v HO : E- white ribbed silk dress and Sunday School 1 11:00 1 am. MISSION

Wo Give SI.mpa a white shoes and gloves made a Wednesday/ Evening M..I, I p.m. OF OUR SAVIOR
x WORKING PICKETS brief speech. Readinq Room 120 P.rk St. fttv. fticnord 1. lamotrr

Naples Coin Laundry t LVNOLrV Ky'. (\P) The "I want to thank all of you for Mo" Wad FI.! Sunday School 1 om

Speed Queen Wethers 3 congregation of attune Creek coining who helped President 10 .m to I pm -
II' eon With in 1960 she said In a I IMMOKAIFE FIRST
Regular Ruptm Church: In moun Kennedy ,
. .
U S Hwy 41 N A Whitman Blvd
iambus i Floyd County found a soft, barely audible voice.
Open 14 Hours N. Naples sot FIRST :MFTHODISTMlltfH faifor
ftev. 1. t. Dame/;
lIne the .
to its
picket answer
W. Hoer. Owner
need Formally called the Votive ( OF NAPLES Worship II o.m. i 7:JO p.-.

Naples Furniture CoMM One day a picket: at the \Kentucky Mass of the Holy Spirit the Fnt, Avenue. S. t Fourth St. _
J llvdrocarhon Co plant mass held In Catholic -... M I. Rice. ?oirorund. IMMOKALEE

N.. Tomloml Troll showed up with d so the Soon churches to mark opening of < ., Worth II am. (IIIRCH: OF GOII3un.

BB Builders Specialties i '"' there were more scuhen ex en a the court year takes it more E... Worship Strvico; .t 7)0: ftev. O. ,. 0a. e*

Trail North Ml I,tlM I lau.Timou.cr usual name of "Red Mass" Sunday School 45 ..m. Sunday School 10 .m.

.Plywood' Doors Builders Hdwo In no time' at. ill tin picket from the color of the priests' Junior, In'.r..cli"e tndStnor Morning Worihip II ......

Schloio Russwln Denier Locks 11 the t r.I" I' '1".1 I "I'i ""1 ,' vestments symbolizingtongues I F.llo.tKp t p..... Evening Worship 7:30 p....

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Lamplighter Cafeteria .II'UII ir,' t Holy Spirit. IMMOKALEE
Downtown U.*. 41 Sool METHODIST CHURCH
4,Corners Naples '1.. FIRST I'KFxmTFRIAN
*e.. .cJW Hove. fmtw

C A Anderson Third Are So I Slth Sr SUNDAY
Morning Worship
Interior 4 l.t.lor"oonlln : Rev. Join W. Stamp
Sunday School, *:45 a.m.
,tJ7 iieq :
Decorating Sundry School t JO .
a mStrv
WillpeperlniFene Jr. '. .... end. Sr.
eel on Sunday f 10 aim. 6:30
MI 1.1711 ".0, *e. INI MYF, : p.mEvtning ,
Miptoe, Florldo : : Worth p. 7:30 p.....

Marathon Dredging Corp _ red. (OMMtNITY: CHURCH Men.i Preyer Service. 7 pm.

Merino Construction and s ay _+ *t.. Co rWio*. rWorGtoret Choir Practice. I.00 p.m.Rn. .
DevelopmentMII4MI rWion. Ant. ftilotDomin
N.plts, .rllll. 'd', hot WEDNESD.
: on Dr" Avalon Estates MIcI.... Prayer ServcoAdulH ,

Trail Builders Supply .J .k South Naples I Children. 7:19 p....

Sunday School 10.00 o.mMornng '
Company Sometimes the future looks black ; we can't see a THC CHURCH FOR ALL Worth..p I II I '."'. MARCO CHURCH OF COD

_"'.?.. '."._ glimmer of light anywhere . and we ask for help ALL FOR THE CHURCH Sunday Eveninq 7 p.m. In 0. Honcoct. pads

West Coat Furniture without really expecting nn nnvvei Hut we'ie wrong. TturhunhrIC.srralretf.rk.ron Wed Prayer Service 7:JO p.m. Morning Worthtp I Ham I .
firth for th. buildinf ot Chiractrt E..I., Worthy 7:II pm.
Complete Interiors Even that small word, "help" mean that we have and fund eleu.rhpuwaaku.: '- -

ell *" *vo. .o. Neples. Fie realized our own I inadequacy! and tinned to Something hnuaolepiriiuslnlurs: : Wuhout rmNr" wr (.R \CE LUTHERAN ST. LEO'S

Charles R. LeBuff outside our.sehe fur pind;ince. Mrung eiviliuiKm hurch con nvitlwr surviv oVmomcynor Thf CHURCH OF NAI'LFSMtioun CATHOLIC CHURCH

Called, or not called, "God is an 'el'.pl'et\ent help .r* four sound Minns why *v ryprraiin i, 1 ; Synod Igll luild ng corner .r.
Shop 1 should. lt,rx) anew rrfutarty ,ii U.S. 41 end '12* Ave.. No Geodwm Street and the Trail I
'DN.11C.binns Furniture RepairAntloMt in trouble. And whenever we ask Him to intervene and lupport lh hurch Thrysrr Res. G.." W. fit. 'oirorSundty

'Rtproductions our lives aie filled! with new hope and finpaation Aurh.Mrmerkw I'. For hu own II wlu Forihruk 2, For School 9 am. 'er .r lenita Jo.;.,,'Springs/.smut

4* 1811 (t" So Ml. > U$1 He does not ask us to WOI'1'about the future In uf his """""unt.net Minn .4' ": r. Church Service 10:30 ...... Sunday Messes 7:30. ':30 a.mCanfenioni .
For Uw uke o( Iht Thurrh ItirU ? "( .1 .. Holy Commune.
fact lIe doesn't intend : i Prior to
Jimmie Gibbs us to vvouv at all Worry indicates which m.Meamoral and material i Fiat

Pt...t.r.n. t Masonry ContractorPhono uncertainty and fear, and these have no place support run .. |o k>, ..church..... I' .. -----Sundty--..-Etch-Month- Sunday Matset
Iarlrandn.dyaseblrMdy! ---'-- -
2'11411 in Christian living "e.. "OTE TM dlrrrtllrJ'III appear regularly each week

Van Der Veer Perhaps you are thinking "That takes greater faith ;;- rf In the SE\\ S. All churches I is the eountjr are urged l to

Music Center than I'll ever have!" lint you forget Gm11 help Per. Il:! k:,l f t Nra phone or write In any changes or correction a* they *
Complete' In.lu.lton DepartmentIn feet trust . serene peace of mind . these are your '

ony MUSIC'InstrumentSHtIT DEPT. birthright And your Church will teach you to attain L rx : n r rl CLERGY CAN SUGGEST

14 Mil St N. MI 1411 them. CnpvriiM, 1914. K.uler Advortis.na RMVICO. Inc. etrs.Iwe.Y. FOR TROUBLED COUPLES
41 -.a .. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday as t,% u ,AC. COLL M Bl' S. Ohio (AP) such a* joining the choir or I
tJU1NJeU Deuteronomy Psalms J'.alml Arts Philippians J Thr..alonians II Timothy Pastor .tio are tinned in moriUl church study group," Warder
31:1.8: 46:1.11: 146:1.10: 26:19.23 4:8.13: 11:1.11 13.14: MAKING HIS FIRST DIVE in the Naples Beach counseling enjoy a unique ays. "At his fingertip h* huthe

Naples I laundry & Club pool Is 4-\ear-old David Hunter Slater, son kdvmtaie. lay r>. Coir ".r- facilities of public worship,

, Cluners, Inc of )h'. and Mrs Jonathan Slater of llastings-on. den pallor of Kina AvtnuoMethoditlChurch. church fellowship and the sacra-:

I IIN .* A_ L MI I.MM the-Hudson. X Y. who with his parents are \isit- menus too, all of which may
'OHO Day Service Avollsolo'. ins the boys grandparents, )(r. and Mrs. John Such pot lor "not only ch prove to be just the environ--
study problem but alto
can tlemenu l troubled rofriagt
Slater 3054 Gordon Drive McGrath[ photo)

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*c':' CRIINTY' l1FWS Naples! He, Ped.y A.sit 2.. Ift4. 9t
Harbor Hospital Report .

8.18 ., ADMISSIONS Oley Mong Mabelle $
t Bow Line James : $1I

P eft 8.19 ,. Arthur Adams Lillian
: __. Perrin '
Dorothy Henderson.
+ 8.20 .. Victor Erda '
> George
Vat her, Fannie Wlnbush. Pli h. .,
Phone MQ.3634
-1cr ard MCorml" k, Dora CorWtt,
Listen my children and you Sates" Tell us please what Mabel George
shall hear the biggest news are these boy students made of, 8.:21 .. Nancy Hart, Edith T'
flash .. of this year. and do we have to take them gett Martha BUkford. Ban>irs
Y. olde postmaster has stopped back? Stile! K. Oscar Nichols I\"'

smoking One minute he was sit. Called Virginia Taylor to see Weeks, Rose Penn ThereseVllr
ting there apparently enjoying his how shewasfeellngafterasevere r .
pipe when an ember drifted down case of shingles, She Is much better 8"a it' t Nei 8,J".. Ethel Mal Irmslronr! ..
on the rug. He put the pipe down, but It seems she almost ended Fela Ramirez, William cater,
looked at the singed spot on the up in Chattahoochee. Mara BiailleAddle S tiu 'k,
rug and said, "Well this Is as The doctor had told her.absOo "I i 1.. Walker I
good a time as any to quit" lutely NO scratching she could 821: .. Rebecca MadetberPitu '
He didn't even finish out the pipe fan, but not touch, so she got an a Li\whom. Lell i C i' int,
he had Just lit. I couldn't believe extra large mau mau and solved :tt,., !meiuk\ Elliott to'hl: tlorDoutas
my ears but It has been a week her problem. You see, when the Jones. Loretta Marti"
now, so guess he means It. dress moved It created a breeze 8.:4.. Ollxii\ Collie S, ot j

Now. my. problem Is what toao without touching a single, shingle Price Margaiet Thomas N'JIMiCuti I,
witn tne pound of tobacco Iso' soooo.... now she has learned to hf'JU. Charles Grit) t
carefully mixed to his liking also'ldo the Twist Hully Gully and
the three pipes. Perhaps I will Mashed Potato, all at the same DISCH RGES
put It on Swap Shop -one poundof I I time. The dance may not have 818 Elizabeth UalKer
tobacco for sale very reason. been perfect says Mrs. T.. but 8-19.. Lenin Case oldeo: Hon:
able providing whoever buysit the breeze was wonderful Every Irene Locker. hI.n Holllsandba
will take the pipes and give time I think of it I laugh Ml I'm ___ 1 iamw. --_,, ..... b girl, Edna Mituio anl'I\o&bl'
them a good home Whatever weak. 001.
happens, I am proud as punchof The Taylors have had their son, \E.4 TVIephofoj 8.20 Arthur Adams Dorothy t
the guy I married. Wouldn't T. gt. Clyde H. MacDonald, his RESIDENCE: NEW YORK STAn: Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy has taken a lease on Henderson and babe 'drl| I, 1 Ri< haul
you be? wife Iris, and three grandchildren this white frame colonial house owned by Philip Huhtar a dress designer In Glen Cove, McCormlrk.
Isn't It strange how families KennethRlchard, Steve and Flora Long Island N.Y The Kennedy family will mote from Washington as soon as the at 8.21:! .. Walter Ilille. .
which are close-knit and usually Jean with them for three week as torney general resigns to run for the post of senator from Nework state. 822: :! .. Phillip Crew tilith
fond of one another will quite Sgt MacDonald has been trans. Tjgett, Ceoigeatiher, MirthaBlckford
often migrate to the same place. fered from Barksdale A.F.B. in Busit and Mrs. Louise and bab\ hot Baibara
I read where Mrs. Kennedy has Bossier City, La., to Homestead as a new member Phlpps 1 Shields and \biil\)\ hot William

moved to New York and now AFB. The Taylors had another !a7vvs Mrs Ules opened the meet Carter
Bobby Kennedy has decided he nice surprise when they receiv. Bonita trig with prayer while the 8.23 .Fthel Umstronramllu.
wants to be a New Yorker not ed a package from a friend In watchword permanent by)' girl, Nanr Halt andbaln IM\ ,
was given In
to mention Peter Lawford. It was two Me Weeks and bab\ ctrl
Germany handpalnt.ed
:. row unison, and the hymn "Send the
Understand Sammy Davis Is about plates one with Mr Taylor'sname : By RAE WEAR Light was sung. Each 8.24 .. Etta Emen, Lllllin I
to leave the West Coast for the on it, his Masonic Lodge. .'.-,. read aloud their favorite person Bllle Pen lit, lira Corbitt, PalilrlaLavthorn -
Big City too, what gives? We number with a picture of a Mas. verse and taut rill, Loretta __!' "'".Nom. ....
lived there once.and would not go onic Lodge In Germany all in Teenagers from Naples, Fort of cards. Attending were Mes. Officers for the Marlin George Johnson.niliTIIS .
back for anything. color The other was like It,only Myers Beach as well as Bonita dames Helga Alander OJella will be elected at the coming September28th year' Mr nnd Mr*. I'onnld l C Untrue
Saw Springs, are invited to the Be. Markoff, Fran Hunt Marion Gul.
Ruth !
Dodge while on a with an Eastern Star emblem. I meeting when the G.A.'s
coffee break at the fore-School Hop at the Bonita der and Miss Ruth Banker. 819.. Mr. and buts Albert
hospital and am sure Virginia was pleased as will make their "Forward
am dying to hear more about she will be worthy matron of Springs Community Hall tonight Mrs Lillian Ferguson from Steps". The Assistant presidentof Eugene Henderson, glil. Poller Hogue
her trip this summer. One this chapter next year. August 28 from 7:30 p.m. un. Hammond, Ind., is on her first Royal Palm will be In alien 8.21 .. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
till 11:30 p.m., with live mus. visit to Florida, and In Bonita Carter Hail
thing she did tell me I thought dance.Refreshments will be bon Mr. and bins -
very interesting. One of the WELL PACKED Ie for a donation of $1.00 each. Springs to visit with her sister by the YWA's. The dale served for James Frauds Shield, bun Mr. lidos I>"u:nui Pulse! ol (lx'I zee! 01 Fn land was lipst maim Thehi
ladles found Mrs. Georgette Mazzocchl ann. Mrs. Edythe McLaughlin In Rio and Mrs. Him Edward Dick. GpllIIlIl1. i.a" .mi,' Hi' hlidr i "I I ile' '
In the group was always I have finally out why the State Mission Program will was K iven in in.n i lace by
worried for fear she would lose mothers can't wait for schoolto ounced that this affair will be Vista Estates on the Imperial be announced later with Mes. ford, boy Ronald t I'. lloirne oi ]N;.i|'les ">niliisl her lather Witlmar 1'11111'1'
well chaperoned by parents and River. She, along with her family 8.22 .. .\ i Ul dnuhh'I .. .
her visa or passport. So each be out to send their boy or dames Blanche Ules and QulllleLlles Mr. and Mrs Daniel !iiui 'rl' Drlili'Hinalds were Christine
time they went on a side trip girl to aunt Minnie's and Uncle friends. Thanks to the American also spent a part of her vacation in charge of the Sinclair Weeks, girl liionv ,ifi'f.ii'limit in Unit". Mr. Smith ol Sx'st, Gel m.ulI Rita
and had to stay overnight she Jake's nice little farm in Legion Post for relinquishingtheir visiting at the Nan home at and Mesdames Wlckie and program Busch 823 .. Mr. and bus Kenneth Hi 1C lie I is Ihi-i'(I I:i iaods1111'.r Mix!. lUI/fi/ik "n( Uutimmd, G;.r.
would put it under her pillow. Suburbia and then tell every. night for this teenage af. Anna Marie Island near Braden.ton. the refreshments.The Roy Lawhorn, gill I: Mr. and( Mi .. Jill h' Mine i in N.II'h'|' mini mil U.i Juitsi'ii of Ro..
But one morning she forgot It. one how worried they are, for fair.The While In Bonita they enjoy. Mission Study Institute Cleveland Walker toy, Mrs III!,us Wti.iiN'i. ot Ixirtimiul limn, Geimint Mower Kill was
When she needed It again It was fear something may happen to Bonita Clinic of the Lee ed a sightseeing trip along our will be held September 24th, at 8.24 .. Mr. and Mrs, Shelly Gel 11I.11" was in.ill" HI oflinnor DiMitle Eldons of Dortmund.
too late to trace It. th.m. especially Edythe Combs County Health Department will Imperial River Mrs. Ferguson the First Baptist Church In Fort Goidle) l boyOpen's. ,ml, Anthem Ilt'I'1\1 IIwh.lln UHliiMSvpte' John La Fevers

I understand they were able She told me she had been to the resume its former schedule was accompanied toBonltaby her. Myers beginning at 10 a.m. when of Oklalinma; Bully Smith of Mis.
to fix it someway so she could Miami Airport to pick up her boy starting Wednesday September9th granddaughter Miss Nora Harris plans, ideas and promotion sug. Origin"Dafne" Isslppl and m. h Smith of Ci
from 9 until 12 at the local and friend.
continue her trip, but I find my. Orin. While they were waiting to gestlons will be presented for ado. Pete Silmlte of Dortmun
self hoping that whoever found It claim his luggage Orin told her Community Hall, and there after The board of directors of the the fall Foreign Mission the first opera Naples Skaters SIM'ml .'" i iinlle, Ixtv.Tie .
same time each second and fourth Bonita Springs tree Public Library sere was produced In Italy in 1507 ,
has turned It back ,
to the proper not to pick up the suitcases by lee There will be speakers for 1'ilile' wore a full.lenct!
persons. I am sure they will. the handles because his aunt Wednesday of each month. PHN Inc, will meet Monday adults, Y W.A G.A. and IheSun. but has been- lost since Italy while rinlmsseil. 11..1111 (town wit
Mrs. R.S. VanDuzer afternoon at 1:30 In the is considered The 4
announces library the birthplace Cheyneys .
had packed a FEW things in them beams. un' Fifth lla' .ii h' j J.I' bet Site <'a I
there are still local rest for their meet. of modern Birth of
many building August
THEY'RE AWAY for her and Daddy and they were rleil a of 'ace of led Poses 1111
Missed the usual big smile pretty heavy. She had to have a dents, both adults and children, Ing. All members are urged to WOMAN'S CLUB real opera came In 1600 when Win New Honors, while rosy liiiilx.
from Don Domkowskl owner. porter put them on a cart to take who are In need of service and attend. Bonita Springs Woman's Clubat "Euridice" composed by Pert Tutu brelerrm.nn l i i attPiuM Ke
manager of Uggetts the other to the car. When they arrived are urged to take advantage of their meeting this week an. and Cacrlnl, was produced FoUl Naples. skaters received lucky Militn\ Institute" and ultl
day, but found out he had a home and had managed to get clinic days.A WMU MEETING nounced the first of the fall at entertainment at a royal ItolU; \ rolls I ;hailiiflhu! ilils August 13 MS itloneil with I III.
good reason, as his wife Mariettahad the cases in the house here Is steak dinner with all the Bonita Springs Baptist W.M.U. board meetings will be at 1:30: wedding week I.Wn i Dei roll, Mich. I Ihese U, S. Arm In Germany TI,
trlmmln's was the order of the held their meet
taken the children Dawn, what came out of one suitcaseand regular general Monday September 7th, In the taken ciiili| will mike tlielr home
day as the Samba Afternoon Club in the church proficiency test: were and!
Joy and Marcy to visit their an ordinary flight bag: Yel. ing Monday night club house ment table, covered with a lace N"I'IIIII.' wlipte HuRiieUi rtxumecte I
grandmother In Illinois low squash B ears of corn, (SAKS) met this past week at with the following attending: Mes. President Ethel Bennett wet' cloth lighted pink and whit Is. passed! oil May il, i'J64lnGlas-\ In luislnes-- with Gulf Coast To
Had a card from Sam and several onions and green pep. the home of Mrs. Vae Kidwell dames Hazel Wlckie Helen Gal. coined returning members Mes. pen, was the setting for a Urge gow Del. *v I uli HI. .
Franles"! Mason wTjo were In pens, a few garlic buds, abouta who served as hostess. Dinner low ay, Mildred Bull ard, Blanche dames Connie Haller Bernice Birthday rake; and Ie. upam was Sliei'rle Clieyney, 1 IJ, received A.
Hot Springs, Ark. They are dozen'Jar* of various kinds of was followed by an afternoon Llles, Agnes Wolcutt Lucille !Kingllng_ Esther Craig and Miss served to the 10 members aUt'I",". tier fit!! free-style bar and! the
having a ball and said after fruit and berries that Orin had' Hazel Drew, new member Mrs. Ing to honor the birthday of Mrs fourth figure/ bar and the fifth Nt''g'hfrs Plan
the mountains that Naples would helped his aunt put up, and then Elsie Putnam and Mrs Hettle Opal Carrell and Mrs.EmmaCox. figure/: bar which Is also the
look sort of flat, but beautiful. to sort of dress things up a bit, Gayleard who rejoined the group. The door prate was awarded first silver bar Birthday Party
Another card from Les and there was a nice bouquet of fresh Mrs. Pearl McManus returned Mrs. Agnes Wolcoft whllegaine Joe Clicyncy.lO, recelvedlier!
Alice Wise way up In Canada. roses and a bunch of mum. from a recent Illness and It was prizes went to Mesdames MaryLand second! figure: bar and! billy and For LHJ Saturday

They had been to visit the Jack which Edythe said were in per. announced that Mrs Peggy Tho. Nell Smith, ttliel Bennett Tommy Clieyney, 7 year old STONEWALL, Ten (AP) -
DeBruns as well as the Dick feet condition. Oh yes I forgotto mas Is under observation now Fern Grause Wolcoll Elsie Put. twins received their first President JnliiiKin's nelglllior
Schweldlers who are winter re. mention the strawberry plants at Naples Community Hospital. nam. CarreU. lUnglingCaroline IHM'an today. final pieptiratliHI ,,
sldents here at the Harbor. Honestly folks, I am not pull. Also reported 111 was Rollo Merger and Crag.Hostesses figure/ bar eachhe lug the youngest I In'i tin-It blitliilay !party Satan
What do your know??? I founda ing anyone's leg, this is a true w Fredericks. Prayers and cards next week will be set of twins In Ihe Hit (> \to ..1.1IIllthl for the owner of th
commercial I like It's tale and furthermore if you think were urged for the sick Mrs Ethel Bennett, Mrs l.rms achieve .in In honor. UU ranch.
the one about how to use A.I Orin's relatives lived somewhere This week with Mrs. Pearl Cox and Miss Elsie Cochran. All fourchlldreniakeprofes* Johnson was 56 Thursday.
sauce, and If they ever hand out close by, they don't. They live McManus ss chairman assisted AU ladles of the community slonal Instruction front John A 'apii/ fly crowd of 3,000 I
any crowns for best T.V. lady way up In Westvllle, NY. How by MarJ Henley Nell Smith and are welcome to attend the week McGowan In Hollywood/ I Fla., enpe.lvd for the affair, whir
she would be my choice. about that? One thing I must w7; i Fern Crause, a special refresh. ly meetings' and as of the first of iepierri" will fe.itiire Iwrhei, enterUIinont
Took my movie camera to the remember to tell Orin when I I ber will be members of l the hy (oral tilent, and
golf course Saturday to take a see him again Is that I have an /Hollywood Skate Acade Dame lilrtlnliy Hake! made' hy sever
movie of those hawks I've been extra large suitcase I will glad. ... T w T4t j :oad'far AmAdequate!l 1 and Figure Club The skiters Stonewall housewives.
telling you were so tame and ly let him take when he goes It will lx lieli) In' the Stonewjrn ,
would pick up a golf ball, es. back next summer. You'll have formerly rcpreacmed Merry "II'll irena about two mile
peclally a yellow one. I did to admit that my mother didn't land Dance and FlgureCluh In fioin tlin, ram h. The arena WR
not see a single hawk althoughthe raise any foolish kids eh? Diet Already Glasgow, Del. hull early this year with it Ion
day wasn't wasted. I got a It now Is Thursday morning; They are the children of Mr. Horn HIP, Farmers Home Aministi ,
couple of good pictures of J.K.R.In time for me to put this type. ""J by Gaynor Madden, Newspaper Enterprise ,tun.QMy and Mrs. Thomas Cheyra! of it Ion.
action, one of which finds writer away.get into my "little" la parents are both In their 70s. Shouldn't they hate Royal I'alm Drive and the
him digging his way out of a pink uniform and head for my vitamin pills and food supplements to get an adequate dirt? grandchildren of Mr, and MM.
sand-trap without him any the post at the hospital. Naturally, William DrumhellerorGu MAICO

wiser. I can't wait to finish we are very sorry that "Cleo"had A-No, according to Dr Dona C Cederquist. chairman of res. All the children are amateur
the film and am able to show It to treat the east coast as foods and nutrition at Michigan State University. lie be competeIve! tkatei ,I. he- Hearing Service
to the car club gang. Ain't I badly as she did. We know all lieves
elderly people are being duped by food faddists who longing to the HJIIA: i > Honor
"''t. n'nerle. nertlce
? It Is better than about what a mess It will be
nasty Hope
tell them
and what heartaches they cannot get an adequate diet from simple Inexpensive ikating A ..oclatlon of merle, r *, Hi"ilh HiMill' apeingw,
the I saw in the Tuesday with It
every day foods Also that (the faddists offer ca. r n. n..\ tat HV inn
paper, without gasses don't we? expensive. unnecessary and, In many Instances useless
Have a little message that I products Also "there
MUMS THE WORD no evidence which suggests older
am sure would help many of us a, people require greater amounts of any specific nutrient than
Just saw Mr. Estab ride by on r'k'4
if we only would "
younger adults, Dr. Cederquist says SALUTES
Ms bicycle with a very cute young "WHEN THE SKY B DULL :
lady. Was about to call his poor
unsuspecting wife when a AND GRAY TAKE A WALK... Q-h It O.K. to eat candy enriched with tltamlns while
I am to reduce
neighbor came In and Informedme
that the lass is Krlsty Wil.
RELIEVE MANY A COLD.. WILL A-No. Candy Is mainly and adds little the
son from Miami, that she is here KEEP YOU FROM sugar very
visiting her grandparents Mr. OLD... IT IS BETTER GETTING THAN diet except those calories you are trying to cut down on Thru arc nome nf thin more than forty dedicated
and Mrs. Estab and wouldn't I POTS OF GOLD SO Stick to foods rich in nutrients rather than those rich In employee* of Trr>|>ift be better off to keep my nose WALK ? TAKE A calories IN.rnonilixtl 1 Ran KTVM.e in Irl Mycr. Naples, and

to the typewriter and out of who Submitted by Na. Punta Oorda.

goes where with whom, ahem. oml Maier San
We both had a big laugh overit BernardlnoCalif.
and enjoyed a cup of tea anda
cookie. We did get serious fora
while, though when someoneon To prepare entra-gnod dry
television started talking about bread crumb at home, save
the shame of the so called AmerU pieces of l leftover French or I 'II

can students who had gone to Cuba \jtalma bread Use a rolling pin ,,. ", 1folll: I .
and belittled their country. We or an electric blender to crush '
both agreed that we resented their the dry bread into fine crumbs, PROMINENT GUEST at the Beach Club last week
called I then \\"11Iiss: Jean L Brown daughter of iii I
Americans ai
being !If a rolling pin is used the .
C. s.d.... M c. ._ I. .is.M .
showed her an Item In the August crumbs will need lifting to Mia( Latimer Blown ofE'W: York Cit Mire: n .. -
24th U.S. News and World Report separate the fine particlts from Brown is the executive director of the Ttavtlc sAid re
written by Carl Mlgdall a staff the coarse, Society Newark :N J McGiath photo )

correspondent lag the time those while students tnCubadur.were' t

there. A French newspaperwoman Vf P'n.1!
asked hi mi "Couldn't

your country have found some REALTY
decent students to send here
These are repulsive and a dls. PINE RIDGEEXTENSION

credit to the people of the Unitedri&4c ... wwae wen 1. r.mrM L ee.l I. A. Takes.
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I and the Monday, Aururt II. 7:10 P.M. Naples ttomins Club
Ol JU.,\ \MZATION MEETIM.. esmclo NOMIlrrtlo..IN
DODGE BOYSARE MEN & NOMErrfardlrM nf prrrlcvn ttprrirnrt, ran Mara l the real estate bu>|. PORT MYERS PUNTA GOROA NAPttS
urn. Our rrirre: I I. d..d l IA trsrh you how to pin your rsamiiiatlnn and it art a, ( "VIIOOMIHf cowo.arqw ? -.... ....,j
FLYING and I H bvilrens nn your a**. Yea < ""I I here to five up your present Job. Ilicrottr more
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GOOD NEWS FOR A CHANGE! Buddhist-Catholic ClashIs

&bt t" Ntnr ----- ._- ;; 1cYil o | Rowing in Viet Nam


\VasfclnSton Correspondent
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1964 p Enterprise Awn.
I FsLP Newspaper'

Dag mar.. Stay 'Way From Our Door WASHINGTON-l A1-There is a steadily growing con-
--- - - and C.thollc. In South Viet
(lid between Buddhist, religious
Collier Countlans can sympathize changes in direction and intensity of the JI"htical: confrontation-not t
N H appears to the weakness of South
with East Coast communities that felt the storm. If blame is being passed around, PEES Kv srev q : conflict It Is bi i Ina' tat measure

full fury of hurricane Cleo this week. some of it should be shared by the eager. : y. \'iet !Nam's political conciuslolllh.e p\ftie.-drawn after talks with i dozens of

No one was killed, of course, and apparently beaver newsmen and tv legmen who are uddhlSts These are and equal nllrnbetl or Catholics in Saigon and in

most of the damage was to too insistent on passing along "guesses." the province or Viet ltillm' wanting to have a voice in

plate glass windows, tall trees, house It should be enough that the Weather Jnhe.United States gain that people vOice through a political party

trailers that were not securely tied down, Bureau can give advance warning thata I'r' government can

and small automobiles parked in the hurricane will hit within a hundred IN SOUTH METAi: '. the political as organizations labor are pitierlroopeeli !..
orgal1j Chambers
miles of any given spot. That gives ..... parentteacher associations or or

open.The appearance of a community Immediately residents ample time to take proper pre Commerce-are ea.either tonxxistent) or Insignificant.
the Catholics and the
following the passing of I cautions. Only three groups-he, military
L and thus the
hurricane Is a sight that fills viewers with Cleo was not felt In this area, for :.,- Buddhl ts-ha\ the sloe.,the po.tential

despair. Actually, after a few hours of which we should be grateful. It was The Diem for political government pO\\t! had the backing of the Catholic

sunshine end sweeping the sight Is remarkably expected that Collier County would get group. That group is well educated. Because of the French
the echelon
of ofovernment
Improved, and astronomical some needed rain from the blow, but c' zT educational system. a French( Indochina and upper later In South

estimates of damage are frequently reviewed this did not happen.The Viet !\am was hffiricaliy either Catholic or educated in Cath-

and lowered. We sincerely hope next hurricane will have a name ohc schools.In .

this will be the case along the East Coast starting with the letter D. At the momentwe a very real sense the Catholic-educated people formed
this 'not through trickery or ""'
The National Hurricane Center in Miami can't remember the name that has 4)) fairness.the ruling It'upper was simply class. the>< (fact or \me.MiY .

Is being criticized for its forecast that been assigned, but if it should happen
the East to be Dagmar (which it Isn't) then r off : RIDDHISTS t TO in Viet Nam were re-
Cleo would pass offshore along we ,,,. f /TKKK Teed President Diem, had favoredthe

Coast and do little harm In Dade and can only say Dagmar stay 'way from artful Catholics.because Though they bpi i b.i<>st believe Khanh tried to be fair

Broward Counties. The eye of Cleo our door.It some think he should ly'e done" more to make up for whatthev

passed directly over Miami Beach and Is almost certain that other hurricanes call "past discriminations
uddhtsl5 The total may be 80 to
,Most Vietnamese are
parts of Miami, whereas forecasters estimated will form In the Caribbean duringthe 85 cent Less than III per cent are Catholic.

the eye would be located around so-called "hurricane season," which What per rr the history, Jf\anY Buddhists now want a greatersay

25 miles at sea. It is now claimed by starts In June and extends through No In Vietnamese affaM- They are Impatient with educa-
L 1 ,,rU H they reel favor those who hive
tlonal !
vember. requirement <
many residents of the area that they Actually, approximately 64% to Catholic schools.

were lulled Into a false sense of security, of all hurricanes form during Septemberand gone Some Buddhist leader 1 arc beginning to understand the

and did not take proper safety precau October in the western Caribbeanor potential nonreligious political power the large but loose.knit

southern Gulf Q-Is there a simple way to Buddhist "organizations'' give them.In .
QUICK QUIZ tell crystal from other glass all this I could find JIG evidence of religious intolerance,
Weathermen traditionally are targetsfor But Collier Countians, particularlythose A-Crystal is heavier and either on the side of the Catholics or the Buddhists.

brickbats If their forecasts are not absolutely who are newcomers and have not Q-Who was the first U.S. more brilliant than other In the'I
president to appear on tele kinds of glass and will ,> REALIZING THIS POLITICAL POTENTIAL, the Communist -
accurate, even though it Is obvious experienced a "blow, should rememberthat ring Viet
vision South Nam'sBuddhist
have out to
like a bell when struck. Cong W
that weather forecasting has not all hurricanes do not necessarily A-Franklin D. Roosevelton 1 ,neWs; groups

yet reached the stage where Infallibilitycan have to hit this area head-on. Donna, April 30. 1939, at the open. Q-Why are the people of North Vietnamese do )ments disclose Red boss Ho ChiMinh

be expected. The fault, if Indeed about which stories are still being told, ing of the World's Fair in New Greece referred to as llel NEW DELHI, IidiaM has ordered this intjUration, be given top priority.
York City, lenes Defense Mlnlstei V. B. Ctavatand Vietnamese. Buddhists tAld me it was simple for a man to
there Is fault, might better be laid at was an exception rather than the rule. A-From Hellen. son of a dele l allot a militar a,)> become a Buddhist monk fiovitiate. He had only to shave his
the door of tv and radio stations that pressso On the other hand, It does no harmto Q-Con scientists predict.Deucalion and Pyrrha, the fleers 1 left New Delhi fur Mas. head put on a robe anti apply for admission. By Buddhist
Insistently for pin-point forecasts from take normal precautions for safety A-No. legendary ancestor of the true cow today) to tr\ and jet> more rules no questions can be asked
Greeks. milltan asslstan" from the Soviet "I am certain the Viet >n< have already Infiltrated many
busy and harassed weathermen who are when it Is announced that a hurricane is Union. Buddhist temples," one *|Dccre Buddhist said to me sadly I

baited Into making "horseback guesses"in headed for South Florida. If it appears Iii an Interview at the airport The Buddhist
order to accommodate friends at the that the blow will hit or side-swipe the Thomas Nast DrewDemocrats' Chavan said "the main emplia. the same thing<< as we flew together on a plane to Saigon
sis' of his \'llltl'tIl be to speedup
stations and other news media. immediate area, then Civil Defense and the production In India of So. BARBS

On the other hand, many people accept Red Cross officials will give ample warn vlet MIC jet fighter planes. -

as gospel any "guess" that weather ing and maximum precautions can be DonkeyA plants Managers which of produce the three the Indian planes An Indiana man drove his A lot are of weekend caused accidents by

officials disseminate, even though they taken.Be have been In Moscow for ex car through a men's su fe drivers with weak ends

clearly state that conditions can change assured of this hurricanes are a ploratory talks lure last week suit.window and wound up with( a Iron the neck up.

rapidly and cause a number of quick picnic as compared to tornados. t ihtw HOLLYWOOD (AP" ) "I now. It's smart to execute) good
: can drink It legally, said Tuesday
Weld, hefting a bottle of It's fun to go fishing foe intentions instead of letting
champagne someone had sent any kind of fish but best (0 them die. ', "
for her birthday.The go just for the, halibut.
'" /t strikes us as fortunate
E1.1 actress who 21
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS tf/ h e n you're too poor to
Thursday, added that "I may go
( E k i II out tonight and visit every bar bore, i nervous. .. breakdown,
I on the Sunset Strip and lien I IJS ti
again t may not." STOP
v "1 have to get up early for '
rJ , tlt't work,' Tuesday said. ter
c y J J I f MEDICINE HAT, Alba. (AP) Why does a bus move mi (h . t
yp's I / t Ivan Volovrhenko, Soviet slower: when you're waiting I ;Ii
minister of agriculture, says a for it than when you're on tp
,1 M In tlrhuM, I good Soviet grain crop this year It's always easy to find a
doesn't mean the Soviet Union blotter right after the ink on
won't buy more Canadian a letter has dried.
wheat. i ilAiterar

1 Stamps In The News

( ) @) to AP NI'eoluru

the editor By SY(? KRONISH

PITCAIRN ISLAND. Itl\IttcJ, | h>' mutinctrH I from II\IS

a !H unt t>. in \1790, has Issue J u new set of 12 stamps dcpining
.y- USE YWtl vor
J I lti-% LIVE JACKASS KICKING A DEAD LION Editor, Collier County News: local birds plus rite, jjlicmvc showing the (fjin
The published casually list ''us British warship Hourly. I.uch I tamp skis hears un

.a r THE DONKEY: traditional symbol of the Democratic from Vietnam reminds me of a oval l portrait of Queen Jbelh.lhe I Mumns range from
I Joke of the 30's during the Jap. one< halfpenny to four -.hillings,
Party was created by political cartoonist Thomas 1 I
Invasion of China while
anese Motmn
w V r pictures and hunk
Nait. In the Jan. IS, 1870, issue of Harper's Weekly ,,, China was pleading for help from 'I have portrayed the dramutlc ". "'"

he pictured the donkey \kicking. a lion which represented|I the United States, The battle of ,,.nt of the mutiny led hv / '" ;
Lincoln's Secretary of War Edwin McMaiters Stanton the Whong Po forts was In pro. I I Hetthir Christian over (apl, 11' .... ., _
'gress. The Chinese 19th Route !Bl rh. Some of the .
The cartoon was entitled "A Live Jackass Kicking A, present
Army was resisting the advance direct descending
Dead Lion." At first the donkey represented the cop of the Imperial Japanese Army'
perhead (antiwar) faction but later it became them- and Navy, using even crossbows I nountlreW..
bol In the defense \It! i'i interesting lu note that
for the entire party. Four years later Nast introduced
At a Chinese newspaper bul.! I t there are no true from
the political animal now synonymous with the letln board In San Francisco an I t the island and the
economy isuppnrtvd
CV Suburbia Today Republican Party the elephant. elderly Chinaman would appear ,' almost entirely hy the WPITCAIRN.ISLANDS 1
each bulletin would
morning. The
I revenue from the sale
AGEf10q flash "1,000 Chinese Killed, 50 postage C>l"n huv .issued. anothi.tamp '
w I 1:1: IH.J ''EXREMUS 1ST SEVERE Japanese Killed The next day the-tarrpv amid to. 'Ollf
In the Deep SouthOnce ".. NA.E AT MERGE( it would be "500 Chinese Killed, . . pjriruil!< nf the late S.\\ .h:.PHaridJranaike ,
10 Japanese." prime minister "if F
ACROSS 25 Rustic 0 5 E. V 0 U. A V A. "Good, good," the elderly Chi. New stamp albums and t.uppkminti .that i',untry who was. assassin I'
again Jackson. Miss., has Similar registration took place in 1. Donkey 27 Ancient I POT. P R V. E .n A naman would say J I( has hcen onnouniedlmkus ted in I 1959.< lhlll IN the third
confounded its critics. Let credit be Biloxi, Miss, last week and 17 Ne. 4 Beret 28, Food Ii This went on for many days ,>> \ PuMmtiont. | east 1 stamp' uf the same design issuid:
7. Half E N U E A G I S is the Gloh ,|
given where it is due. If anyone gro first-graders were signed in. suppliers [oj Finally a reporter asked him why Supplement for the h>' ('aylsm \within the last 42
11. Endurance 30 \\ and R. G A V. M A I'Z E Supreme and Master CilobulMhums
had told the average citizen out Clarkdale and Leake Miss. he was so pleased by the casualty; month at authorized by his
County, 13 0111' 33. Blackbird .
genus It has
WAR. REA. 6'0 : A reports The old man replied, been expanded to
widow \who it now the prime
side the South that the field secre- are going through the same process. 14 Ml, 34 longing ommodate the
TOG. T,1 I L. 500,000,000 Chinamen, 60,000 new\ nations
beloved U T E minister' Sf \MI'S Magazine re
tary for the NAACP, the brotherof The danger period is not past. The bv slang 000 Japanese pretty soon no''>' \fnct and Asia, and sell
7eui 3J, \\ L. I A N A.T I IE I D port there is severe criticismm
Medgar Evers whom the Negro schools will not open until dates rap more Japanese. or J 0. Second it the r.- stamp and regular publications
1) Go
civil-rights movement considersone ,varying between late August and 16, Emerald by aroundgarment E 0 5 A T E S V N 10 D As the reports given out by our '>
of its martyrs, would congratulate Sept 14Jackson. l Isle) 3b i. Cease E N TREE: PEON I V so-called brain trust founded by sod' world wide, Album with its . .
the Roosevelt administration are pares and 3A 000 spaces for Musi deserving was the recent
Jackson officials and citizens officials and businessmenfirst 17. Decline 38, Mohammedan
: SOLUTION Of YISTHDAY PUZZLE Issued, I come to tho conclusion_ tamps of 400 countries. ThiN award\ of the bingo \\hlnllll1l1, i
19 Poi
"for the splendid manner" in startled the country by accept esiieadlectn month failIng pretty soon no more Viet Cong "nc, Mils tor 9.95. Both may be Iliiniifud| l hy the I rccdomnFiiunaatKm
which they took a step toward de. ing desegregation of public: accommodations 20 Gender e 40. fnitance 1 Cinders DOWN S 4 Poiltlxe ranch I respect education but to my r>'"'ih.ised from your local stamp !" to Herman J IIffe of

segregation, he would have stared immediately after passage 21. Celestial 41 Repeal 2 Cubic poles mind an educated person whoJ lulir "r department afore( :New.; York for hm American
in blank disbelief.It of the Civil Rights Law. Then \erbform 42 Sign meter 6 Frenn. lacks common sense is as lg. sass Credo Profile condensed and
happened. In the case of what and with the of 24. Arrow 4J Lamprey 3. \\lllo 7 Lid norant as the person who can animated biographic, of Americanimmnrtei
now, start school .
neither read nor write. Many of . . e . . those precepts and
the South considers the most dan integration in the first grade, the potion 44 Radical genusPar 8, Lilt. Maidof our leaders toda lack commonsense deed* Here an important con-

gerous of all the changes imposedby authorities in Jackson have recognized 9 \itolat Proof The emotionalism COLLIER COUNTY NEWS trihunon, to our heritage. These
federal authority on that region. quietly that one thing was Ir J 1'r e s '0 10) Flippant I after the assassination of P resI. THOMAS MICHAEL CHANCE. E<-pubi.h.r, , SIH men George *a.hinjlonllcnjomih .

This week 43 Negro childrenwere to be avoided at all cost: confusionand ie I 12 Minute dent Kenned that resulted in the MARSHALL"' MAYER.WYATT AnOCI.le, Adv M.Ed.tor"..,., Franklin ThomaJefferson
railroading throughCongrea of a !" ,
Franca Scott Key
for first- abbr, ALBERT
quietly registered an uncertain response to the OPOLKA, Mach Supt
Bill abhorrent Patrick
Civil Rights more Abraham
grade classes in eight public schoolsin : requirements of the federal gov i. IS 21 l 18 Sins Kara. than the blind stupidity of King DAVID HCRMANSON Cire Director I.incoln were elected and by the

Jackson that had been all white. ernment. This could have led to I T- I "d 1 22 Lpshoi George that brought about the and Pu5tI,5M(I.turd.y d.ity. In 'Ih,*acspt inarnoon Monday l:',5. POll I Office Department at
There was no incident. the worst. Instead they worked 23 Trouble American Revolution of 1775. 'the c7 'ltr.' County Pubhthln. Co' the subjects for the American
f There had been telephoned hard for clear-cut advanced decisions IT II I I .II 23 Small fowl l The sanctity of private owner ,,Pi Inc,.. R. JJt40.* Av.nuw Mil'' addax*oul"". .N o.o.- Credo commemorative ttamp
26 Lai ship and of private enterprise has In P'tunllnl hit award\ toJerre
threats of retaliation. There was by businesses and school authorities >
'311J ilf 27 Embel been taken from you by this lack JsssSsj Midway IM" III Pr. Kenneth Well, president '
fear of Elaborate which could then be I' .
reprisals. precau.
pro + liked of common sense by our socall. . . of the Foundation pointed!
tions were taken by the Jackson tected by the full force of Jackson's ,,4/ U 16 ;:.i I'" A 28 Manila' ed leaders Subscription. Mstn out that Jaffe was one of the

; city police. Mayor Thompson-he police. l, It"m.;" 7a Sl U barge I am neither a prophet nor the 1)1 carrier. 0' mall ,.)//.bll ''n tea t to be honored without the
I of the "Thompson's tank" that has The rest of the country can only '. 29 I ncanny son of a prophet, but mark my I'.nce One .. Packing of a large organiiation.F .
words and mark them well. Un. v. $15 SI. Month 17.10, ,ch t the
II J4 30 Detecting 16-pagt booklet bear
" not been reported used in racial echo the words of Charles Evers: Jf Month 11.71.
deIK less you the people,awaken from M.mbe If Tit. Ai.lacI .Pr.... fl\w..lon an attr :tive colored
i Incidents this summer-called: on commendation to Jackson city officials "6 e "a JI 31 Harangued your apathy and clean out these :'.hclt .s Inl.IIOCI .cla.'v.II to till ."," and contains hnle-knowndtoeraph4.1

the community for full support of and citizens "for the splendid 32 Feasted people by using your vote you will 4x,,raw.toy it.m.puillocaholl,print, 'n man ot, .11 Ioc.I, ... | information on thel
the integration plan despite the manner in which they receivedthe .1 35 Sparold see a despotism established In '...", .. all AP news dwpiiehM.pap l Ife" honored. A complete Ml of
fact that under federal fish the United States that will outdo IEnt.OCI Othc ..... the ti> brochure cot Si andney
it came desegregation of our public IT 'r = Ih. POll ., +ppTC ldi
court order and not local initiative. schools." _ 37 \\ nilng any of historical record <,nder Act If March L In7. r bt obtained directly from

a. ............ Implement CharUsR.UBuIf.Sr. The NEWS ?Wmee M renew the Publisher.. H.L. I tridquislr
-The Chriitlon Science Monitor time 25 min. 39 Honey Naples, Fla. 1.IIhl"menuKnpts'or' the M e.turn pwte at r.."."e._. ac"ed ) bliction 153wvertyfactpiew ,
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l lia !>|>r of room. oprninn i. .,,'li..1 enl Mtlruilitr in any (mm* wills .iliwrd.m" frrling.Inrenor .
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ajd,# r Remodel to Boost

Both Space ValuesIn
BRICIITEN BEDTIME READING WITII ADEQUATE IIGIITING fucilitka. llrdroom shown i. !SOMMIIIM.S HIKING In lr way ..f .",,,".r .|><".f for slip
properly illuminalrd ly a rombiimlion of two pulldown, with bandy adjustable hriilil end a kililirn''I ll'i modern cabinetry. ,deigned. |o honk every bit ..wIteac' ',
I dimmer control vary light, and a Huoreiirrnt unit otrr lie liradboiml. Pendant lump provides tine; an il In funi'tionnl. lime sound.nl.nrhing \\..lrrn I'm regiwood ...
touch of color and plenty of light in adjoining droning .rr.. Lighting| | (vista by Moe iglil. in riilil Ml.liomr wild brink. in rnltuniina; ruMir dr<.or, both Older and newer homes the sounds of hummer and saw sander and spray gun
and a myriad busy tools will Boon be responding to the call to Home Improvement Time"' Not I

ON THEHOUSE will give it a quick look-see and only thriving but growing stronger than ever, Interest In Improving existing homes, Is literally
turn their attention elsewhere sweeping the country as home owners go forward with plans designed to Increase living space'
_, It is difficult to estimate how enhance comfort ';and add Importantly ,to property values.
I many houses meet with buyer "Home Improvement" can mean many thlngibut signs Indicate that first of all, It,
resistance because of poor design means adding a room Among 1500 home owners surveyed by the National Home Improvement
By ANDY LANG that would have gone un Council 76 percent were planning a specific remodeling Job, and of those, 5< percent wished I Ito
AP Nawsftaturc noticed some years ago. At least add space to existing homes especially, bathrooms, bedrooms and family rooms

What makes one new house sell quickly while another one estimate waa made at the .
HI-IIKX!,I,r. look In-l.lr HIMHI* fret

remains on the market for a long time Why are tome recent fere nee Pacific In San Francisco Builders' where Con HOME & GARDEN Using the results of this survey as a yardstick, It appears that people look Inside first'
I home builders while others fall when the homeowners 76 of those with
continuously successful a high official of* company manufacturing they plan to remodel. Among queried, percent pro.
by the wayside? building products said jected remodeling jobs were concentrating on home Interiors particularly, kitchen and

The answers to those two questions are intertwinedwith that one out of every 19 new bathroom remodeling and basement reflnlihlngHowever .
homes remains unsold because that doesn mean that there IMI t plenty going on outside the house, what with'
a consideribtt number of (COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl., Fl.. Friday August 21961 5
roofing, siding, guttering painting, Installing patios and swimming pools landscaping In-
of design. It isn't to
factors the lent of whichis poor easy ,
are far more knowledgeable in understand how he was able to doors, too the bath and bedrooms, kltchens.famlly rooms and basement are by no means
the muter of location People this respect than they were only the figures that the only are's to get attention/ great Is the present Interest that It covers every Improvement *
who win to be in or near s certain pinpoint way
a few years sgo. Not only are but there ia no doubt that he had t *r, Imaginable, with an estimated ten million home owners spending a predicted 13 bllllonJ
type of community art likelyto they constantly exposed reams dollars to complete major home Improvement projects this year, according to Harold Mattlln,
the right Idea. In his call to the
purchase their Into it and
way of reading material on good housedesignsbut building industry to take greater Chairman of the Council flHere's
pass up a development area with every day they come heed of the matter of total de One especially significant fart emerges from the councu"1
homes Just aa tunable but with. face to face. with example of sign improvement he noted one survey. The homeowners queried hud w at.hvard deft
out location advantages.. modern,Imaginative and practical encouraging trend: many builders of what they hoped to achieve through remodeling projects
Getting Increasing recognition designs in auch thing aa (hopping are now creating places in their unite 11 It you are planning to Increase your home livability and
as a drawback to the sue centers, churches and of. organizations for staff architects. value by any home Improvement project the smartest move to
cessful sale of new homes is 1 I five buildings among others. The make first Is to decide, just as clearly and definitely, the exact
poor deiign. Prospective buyersJeep day i I. peat when such structures result you want.
.were erected solely to serve a Facts for FloorsDark Learn all you can, by shopping and asking questions about,
purpose with no regard for practicality new projects and Ideas Familiarise yourself with local build'Ing
and eye-appeal in their spots on wood floors the codes and how they might sheet your plans
Jeaign feature. The combination caused by such things as e CIO 1'1.11I1", (.rl Full v.,...
( of function and visual interest spilled Ink, liquor, fruit t When you have determined Just how much you want to
is me order of the day. juices, can be washed Answer spend for just what Improvement. consult local dealers and
A home today must not have (stained areas only) with contractors for estimates Since Increasing the resale value of
household vinegar Wipe home should be an Important consideration In Improvement
merely certain number of rooms dry and repeat several your any
Silti, Parts, A $ rvi features which permit good traf Black heels marks on a results that enhance property value at least an equal amount.
Tic circulation indoor-outdoor floor can be removed by By ANDY LANG This means careful planning! of changes and additions.
living easy maintenance and ill rubbing with a cloth mols AP rNwsfoturesQUTSTION Although( room additions stand high In popularity, It's
the other asset of toned with wax If stains : Me have an worthwhile to check first to me that all existing spare In your*
-round '
{ year persist try a fine steel wool rat , I a home Is being! used to beet
Klqtfct-lflfltimill comfort. If it doesn't, s certain pad with wax upstairs clothes closet advantage

number of prospective, purchasers which I would like to turn Adjusting a house to a remodeling but you gain space

into a cedar closet I would family needs can often lie accomplished two ways not only extra

CORBINLINDABUas like to use the longue-and through simple remodeling spare added but, with ci amped
I''T AN tI'U: lu family "Ir.llir )Jams" by doubling. utility of jour groove Iype of cedst planks. points out Harold conditions removed, better use
bathroom with loin ....libo. ..l.. I'lKitionrd In ....unl..III..' permittwo bdelman American Instituteof of existing apace, too
Can these be intuited Architects member, who
lo get ready nt same lime.Baths Room additions often makeIt
directly to the old walls heads one of the organl/utlon possible to rearrange the

Lead MostNeeded and cellln,, which are made House Consulting Committees traDe plan of a house
Way of plaster'ANSAER A well-placed closet\ and addltlonal ,
door or archway, a foyeror
Roam Addition a patio entranre all have a (:rfll.I/'t I'ul
/ There are
lp ways the ofa
bearing on space design
"' ,y'I.' w ,i More rooms for the home are up on hot water needs lie will t.. attach cedlr plahks to platter home M{ 'tills to /Work
--r---J----; the moat desired remodeling help determine whether your w.lla. You can intltli them ver These additions, and many
jobs and more baths are the present heater Is sufficient, or Holly, in which case you will others that suggest themselves Need more !spate' Just put
AT lAST BE FREE FROM THE ENDLESS TASK need moat frequently men. If your new bath will call for trot have (o put up hori 10nl.1 when the spare plan for a the walls to work' Here s how
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a'y By BOB GREEN 8z r t' eI
Associated Press Sports Writer 3 ,
Washington's Redskins are
supposed to be a new look outfit.
But they've won only one of So- a B1 ta
four, which Is not new, This is a I
t bad thing
Baltimore, on the other hand, ", ? 11
has an old look. Uke Johnny
I r Vnitas He's looking like the old
Johnny fjnltas. This Is a very
good thing ,
Unltas, guiding light In Balti
more's National Football
League championship years In
.",.jIA1- --"II 195S and 1959, had all the marksof j

LINEMEN CHARGE into se\'en-man blocking sled as play develops the Unltas of that era Thurs
nationally In achievement
day night as the
timing! N.iples high| School football practice Head coach Jer.yMOI'ris Colts to 41.14 exhibition rout of the football field and in the classroom were the
I (this end of sl<'d) and assistant Jerry Howell (far end ) observe the Redskins.Unltas 196.: Kiwanis Hawks. Ranking was made by national -

closely.. Sciminnircs began today, and Eagles have three more weeksto one of the most feared t a e Pop Warner organization, with which Naples -
prepare for opening !game at Arcadia September 18 (NEWS photo) passers in the game, connectedon team is affiliated. Last season' club was

: engineered two touchdown another passes drive and wmaLafafKSf-1.fm u fMifmiSPORTS coached bv John lanuuii, Aubrey Rogers, and

Eagle Varsity against the Redskins, whose two Bernie Giatton. (NEWS photo)

Hold previous losses had been by a
Scrimmage; Baseball

Season Just Ahead 4 single A sellout point crowd of 45,016 National I
Jammed Into D.C Stadium In High Ranking
Naples High School's varsity Roundup Washington for the game and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
football team got Its first taste ? THE UTlDnaa saw Unltas get the defensive I
of scrimmage work this morning help that was lacking last sea. i 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. Fl... Friday Au9ui 21. IU4
and was scheduled to get By MURRAY CHASS and moving from one.half rame'behind son In the game that opened a. For Our Naples Hawks
some more this afternoon, to Associated Press Sports Writer the White Sox to ltd> In full, lUgame weekend exhlbl :
climax the scond week of prac Hank Fischer who had failed front. The upcoming four games tlon schedule for the major
to last two Innings In each of his two tonight and one each Sat pros. Archer Grabs First which trans-f I
tice. Hawks 95-
and George Naples KiwanIs gram attempts to
previous four starts, pitched a urday Sunday will be the Four more games are ached
The days are fast slipping by, three-hitter as Milwaukee last between the contenders. tiled tonight two each In the pound youth football team form each Pop Warner team
: and It', not very long before the meled San Francisco pum.13.0 Baltimore holds an 86 edge National and American Football finished sixth nationally in the Into a study club, with competitive I
I team launches Its 1964 season Thursday night Milwaukee gave Fischer a Leagues and six are on tap National Pop 'Warner Con- spirit of the gridiron
September 18 with a visit to Arcadia The American LeagueJeadlng quick edge against the Giants, ,Saturday.The Round Lead In Carlings Open ference's scholastic-athletic being carried Into the class
\ to meet the rough Bull Orioles\ were Idle, but they opena and the 24.yearold righUhander too tame tonight has the championships the organization room. Thousands of boys
vital four-game series tonight used it to great advantage. St. Louis Cardinals and defend' said in a letter to Hawks throughout the nation play foot-I
dogs.During the first two weeks, with the Chicago White Sox In those previous four starts, Ing champion Chicago Bears, -BIRMINGHAM Oakland Hills' Mich.tricky hump(AP) 000 Carline World Golf Cham.plonshljll coach John lamurri. ball fora Pop Warner'afflliated ( i
linemen have been masteringtheir whose 5.2 loss to Minnesota Fischer didn't give the Braves a each with a 2.1 record, playing Warner direc- team each '!l
backed greens and rookie Pop program year.
chance to build lead for him. George Archer 34.31-65
Thursday put them one.halfgame a In Chicago Both have played i
and backs extended the Members of the 1963 !
assignments He nerves hold the answer today as Bruce DevUn 33.35-68 tor Dick Nicolai
was battered for 18 runs In
behind the Orioles. Green Bay, the Cards winning Naples,
have memorized some new The teams played a four. four innings in the apfearances, 20.7 and the Bears losing 21.7. the game's greatest golfers con. Jack Burke 35.34-6 national organization's congratulations Hawks team were )
plays designed to diversify the series last with running from Aug. 2 through tlnue their bid in the second Richard SIkes 36033-69 "to each of your Griffin, Rocky lamurri, Larry|
Eagles' single-wing offense and Baltimore game winning weekend three times Auz. 1J, < In the American League, Boa. round of the $200,000 Carting Jerry Steel.mlth 35.35-70 boys all of your coaches, and Rogers Tommy Reardon, Blll|
bedevil opponents this season. The game was (je) only:'one In ton' Patriots, defending East World Championship Tourna. Bob Harrison 36-34-70 everyone (parents, teachers, Tucker Reggie Lord, Jim) ,!
With the stan of school next the National Lea0 ..*.....other ern Division champions, will try ment. Joe Campbell 36034-70 etc.) who had a hand In putting Decker, Oly Cow Irs, Bob Mar-1 :
Monday, Coach Jerry Morris American League games, Detroit to snap a nine-game exhibition The unfathomable greens took Kel Nagle 37.33-70 together such a wonderful groupof shall. Ray Bass, Gary Hart- "
losing string at Buffalo 1.2. their toll of the greats but the "
and assistants Bill Bryan and nipped Boston 54, and Los lIowil Johnson 34.3670 ford, and David Cooks
22 boys. Jerry ley
Players In Angeles bombed Kansas 7. while Denver, with new quarterback nerves of the untried youngsters Ed Furrol 36034-70 I
Jerry Howell will conduct one- The Warner national Jay Lawrence Chris Fro-
1.. Jacky Lee, plays Kansas held firm as 24year.old George Dave Hill 30.34-70 Pop
a-day practices. Morning con- Blind City at Fort Worth, Tex. In FrIday Archer, a pro of less than a Arnold Palmer 35.35-70 team championship Is based on venzano Billy E Ills.JoeyG rat-I
ditioning drills along with the Bogey At night action.Saturday's year, grabbed the first round Don January 36.34-70 the scholastic rating over the ton,Alec Winters,Dewey Work-I
regular afternoon sessions, NFL schedule has lead Thursday for the $35,000 Bill Casper 30.34-70 last school year of each boyon !nger. Ron Rose, Doug Caper-1 I 1:
have been held for the last The MooringsTwentytwo Moorings Ladies New York vs. Philadelphia at first prize with a record five-un the team, and on the team's ton John Johnson, Jimmy I
two weeks. 'Blind Draw' Princeton N.J., Green Bay at der-par 65 1963 football record. Only Traer, Danny Duncan, JohrJ "I
players registered Play Dallas, Pittsburgh vs. SanFranci.co Only four players broke Oak. five teams in the country exceeded Fredrickson, Jeff Abbott, and, t
at Omaha and Minnesota land Hills' 70. Three of
green par
AI Beiielink wore and for the first weekly outing Nancy Creason and Jerry the Hawks' combined Tom Eggleston.
Los The AFL them and the
at were
young pros
vhltc shoei and slacks Smith, paired as Ina
green partners academic-athletic
sponsored by the newly organ- San at Jackie 4 THE showing.
has New York vs. Diego other was Burke Jr., the
during this year's final round in blind draw topped all I
ized Men's com- East Point Rebels of subur-
Moorings Golf
Association and Houston Texan.
Atlanta, Ga., vs. babyJaced
the Insurance City Open gulf competing yesterdayIn petition Wednesday and won Oakland at Las Vegas, Nev. Bruce Devlin, 26, a former D11EGs ban Atlanta won the national Kiwanis Hawks
tournament. a blind bogey tournament. tourney honors In the weekly Australian amateur star who 1 p championship winning all their
With net 68's, Paul Jessen, outing sponsored by the Mo- has been a pro lees than three games. The Naples boys hada
M. J. Lynch and H. Dreher orings Women's Golf As- years, was second at 68. Dick a '- record last season. Get Their Suits

'Jeep Has ArriViflIn were prize winners. On a solation. WBA Vetoes sfiTes, 24, and Burke were next, The Pop Warner champion. \

second draw R. W,Mullen Join- Eleanor DuBane needing only tied Others at 69.were 70 and over, in. 5, THE ASSOCIATED MI IS ship Is the highlight of the Pop Tomorrow At 3

Naples ed the prize winners with a 12 putts on the first nine walk. Liston curling all the hotshot favor. National League Warner "little scholars" pro- Naples Kiwanls Hawks youth
net of 64. ed off with top honors In that Clay, Ites W. L. Pet. football team will receive uniforms -
T *ervi> iH The association will Philadelphia 77 49 .611 -
yen new golf segment of competition. Can the youngsters -Archer, at 3 p.m. Saturday at,
HPI y JEM Owner.Sales. hold weekly outings each Thursday Return Bout Devlin and Slices hold up un. Cincinnati 70 56 .538 7 FSU Not To Use Gambler Park, and In coming;
San 70 58 .547 8
At the present time assocIation Handicap Chairman Evelyn der the terrific pressure of sucha Fran.
Parts, Service officers are assem- Brunt announced handicaps for NORFOLK, Va. (AP) The rich tournament? St. Louis 68 58 .540 9 2-Platoon SystemFor weeks will practice each Monday II
the should be World Boxing Association voted Can the Milwaukee 65 61 .516 12 and Wednesday afternoon 1
bling score cards to establish lady golfers ready big name playersArnold -
handicaps, and players to for next week's play. The typeof today not to sanction a return Palmer, Jack Nlcklaus, Pittsburgh 64 63 .504 13"/ This Season and Saturday mornings. !
urge for heavyweight championship bout Ken Venturl and Tony Lema Los Angeles 62 63 .496 141/' Coach John lamurri reports,
in after competition the TALLAHASSEE
tuicv turn scores each roundof outing between Casslus Clay and Son- solve the Intracacies of the Chicago 58 69 .457 19'% (APThe that the team still has openIngs -
ICMVICC will be announced later. Florida State University football
play. ny Liston. greens which proved so frustrating Houston 56 72 .438 22 for a few more boys of
first voted New York 43 84 .333 34V squad has started working out
The association
on the opening day? on Miami fall Little League age who are IntereSted -
plays as practice
CIOAASUMMER 27.2 against sanctioning the Palmer, who led the socalledBir Thursday's Results continued In playing!! football.
for the
with and Ken. Milwaukee 13 San Francisco 0 Sept 19 season
match Michigan
Three with a 70, needed an Meanwhile efforts organize I
opener against the Hurricanes.
tucky dissenting. Both later Only game scheduled.
IWoot putt on the final hole to
Coach similar In East
Bill Peterson had the a team Naples)
their votes to make the
finish level with par, tied with
motion unanimous.The American League offensive squads testing Miami will be discussed at a parents)
nine others for fifth place.
fight called by Us W. L. Pet G.B. defensive plays and vice versa in and players' meeting at 5:30!
Gary Player, bunched with
Baltimore 77 50 .606
promoters "the only fight the Thursday's spirited drill. p.m. Monday at Shadow lawn!
almost two dozen players at 72, Chicago 78 52 .600 'h' The
public wants" probably wlU said freshman squad moved School. Boys in the East Naples
"any man who could be
New York 72 53 .576 4 the ball
be held anyway later this year. sure of sinking a putt over two Detroit 68 63 .519 II fenslve against varsity units top two de. area who would like to play
Fourteen states, Including New feet had to be a genius"BIRMINGHAM Minnesota 64 64 .500 13V causing should attend.
some consternation on the field.
York and California, do not be.
Mich. AP Los Angeles 66 66 .500 13'/2' Peterson announced that he Both teams are In need of)
long to the WBA. First-round leaders In the $200,. Cleveland 62 66 .484 15V wouldn't try the two.platoon sys. funds to purchase proper eq-I

Boston 58 71 .450 20 tern this fall, after all, because ulpment for the coming season
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.jgrjV v\jrtVTj Washington 51 79 .392 27V he didn't have enough expert. lamurri says, and donations]
J Kansas City 48 80 .375 29VZ eared players. will be appreciated.The Naples!;
Thursday's Results Instead of going Into some team had hoped for some fin-I
Detroit 5, Boston 4 thing that will require four anclal support from the City!
ONLY 5 LEFTof Minnesota 5, Chicago 2 teams, he said, he will go bark but apparently this allotment!!
Los Angeles 7, Kansas City 1 to the three-team system he has was cut from the pro-I
Only games scheduled. used In the past.
posed budget.
the The first game for the Naples 1
o FORD FORD FORD FORD "I i team probably will be In late I
0 0o September or early October'j)
1964 but lamurri still Is I )
arrange a schedule with teams;
along the west and east coasts.)
SELF OUT EViniFtUDEMOTORS First definite date Is with
\ . "I Punta Gorda October 31,
The current Hawks roster lists)
14 returnees and 15 new boys.)

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he Day That CBS ? : . . WEATHER

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ron the PennantBy Albany clear 80 51

t1 'j Ii? Albuquerque, clear 86 60 .02

I /' : Break Out Atlanta cloudy 87 70 .10
, Ie:' I I V. Bismarck clear 14 45
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ass: of the New' York Yankees it doesn't take a buso I '" Cincinnati clear 89 67
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I stains to be one) to see there If" ) /f/ SAUrt\\, South> Viet Nam
Ulcl be u new beak ul (lie World Series. III 1,1, M"II"'ill' ; I : I J r'' \ 'III lAF) MiMnamew". Buddhistand Cleveland Denver aloud 74 81 48 68 .18
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Sorry !Mans Mantis, Hcrni and company, but you II 1:1: i iI iI clashedaus, II>dJ\ In this riot. Des Moines, deal 85 58 .'79
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ill have to be content with I Iii. torn > .u>iiii paratroopers. then Detroit, clear 79 68

I lats in the dugout to watch where men want to get with I I'' I moved Intlh fixed bayonet Fa'rbanks, rain clear 52 44 .09
j'l I Fort Worth 95 75
lith the CBS the premiere her I I I I tad broke up the battle rloudv
J Helena, 69 47
|ogram of "The NEW Newark Danny Kaye and Ed Sul I iii < I : 1" '"' At boast t one Buddhist student Honolulu, cloud89 73

Yankees," written livan are the double.pla>' wee killed, bringing to nine the Indianapolis, cloudy 89 71 .01
by i ill ) confliimil number of dead In
|m Aubrey produced by Bill combination (unless CBS can ijt\l- r II 'ii/I'/ I ,, two djoi leligious clashes.Sevei.il Jacksonville, rain 88 7' .68
faley, a Winning Team pro. work out a deal with NBC for ntlieisere Injured In Juneau, clouds 63 49

uctlon Jack Paar, a left-handed the latest fighting Kansas City, (duud84 63 .83

The pitcher and cash, in which field will be Dick Van Dyke, swing a trade for and be Lot Angeles loud) 77 64
line-up obviously starts Paar Huntley "B\ erh' Hillbillies, at tirst t will CBS :News (President Buddhist students, using f"'"
ith Walter Cronkite in left case replaces Kaye at n fast man on his feet in Brmkley i and third rcspecli\el\) Fred Friendly ( known to line h"1I11'b, I tried for the second LoulsMlle, clear 89 69
fcld. because that's where he second) The infield is com center and Red Skelton who The manager will be Lucille Granny should be able 10 those who disagree with him time( In the day to burn the Memphis, cleat 89 7*>
pleted with James
fc at CBS since dropped from third. Not Arness at can entertain bleacheriteswhen Ball because obviously the scare b runners home, if as (Horace HoMilei, with E. 0.Marshall Catholic newspaper Xay Dung Miami clouds M M M
its convention anchor cover. should get things get dull in right powerful redhead can't play she doesn't fire them up with : and Havmond' Burr They were met b> !groups of Milwaukee, loudy 78 69
ge past big Jim but if anything The battery is Robert Trout If she can't be best her home brew calling the plays'at first and Catholics., Both\ mobs were Mpls.-St. P., c'loud81 58 1.05
does he can always shoot it and Roger Mudd. pitchingand Her coaches Donna wielding! machetes Eros New Orleans, leu( 91 69New
Mary Tyler Moore will bet down. are Jackie Gleason will be bat' third pipes,
catching (Again I this IElly May' Douglas and Irene shoo. ) bam, bamboo nods and fork iloiid84 60
first t base, since that's With Cronkite in the boy. Max Raer the entire bullpen The trainer Is Shirl Con-
out presupposes CBS is unable to (Granny' Ryan of the crew The umpire.chu-f wa>'. R. N, wooden clubs. TheInn led OkU. CIt, rhll1d90\ 67 .90
bilcks and stones at'each other \ Omaha dear 83 53 ,97
Phlladelpldatlear| 84 63

Cronin Calls Fires broke out in front of (heniwspapei Phoenix, clear 01 72

See Signs TV !"' .-" ,( RadioBy MeetingTo caused Mack' and Milled blues gasoline htheo Plttkbuigh, Mtvdeu, doudi' 82 711": Cirtlnd .2

CYNTHIA LOWRYAP was a-su ;'stiflean,1i street' Punt, ore, i'''MU oO 51 .06

TV-Radlo Writer seemed te< ; this viewer as the The bducatioii!: Ministry l an.iiouncod Rapid Cur, deal C', 44 ,16

Df f 'Give' In HOLLYWOOD AP) Amid former first ads in i soft, almost Discuss Yank Sale that ill private and Rli" ImiiMid I. loinh\ 80 eg
St. Louis, rloudv
all the sound and furv, the inaudible voice, thanked public M limits in Saleon: and ItswiNirl's ill ,08
oratorand theheers,: two "all of ,ou who made his shin. lie, Mug doited until Silt Lk. Clt\ doml\72\ 50
BOSTON LAP) At long last, bers that .such a meeting beheld Sin
Dlejpo, 1'I.1UIl74 6'
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uto Talks close, Inr ) .' after onslderable discussion ," he said Thui'sdi\ aimed at iiDtlie 1 lnl'iriii, The,, student measure ilot.Is ., deal (!4 50
eeemotfaellltetd s Then,almost convention consternation unfavorable publicity Snail s's ,
pro blew doiilx :.9! 52
mo crowd off the roof and some apparent In. The meeting Is set for Sept 9 lug uinliM Cllllt r"I. The stieet .07
I DETROIT (AP) The first ments on the final antl.cllmatlcday in a 12-minute demonstration fighting, the American League In Boston At Issue is (I ) the tangs have defied pleas from Timpa' i loiiih 87 78W'ashlninu

en of "give" In new contract of the Democratic National the cameras lingered on the sad powers that be are going to get sale of 80 per cent of the Yank Catholic, HmlilhlM and go vein. ( domh 83 CO
between the etcfor foul decades the dom. menl leaders to Hie brawling Winnipeg i',Un 7"1 ,03
fcrgainlng Unitedo Convention. face of Its object, Atty Gen together face to face and discuss stop
Workers Union and the au. First, around noon on NBC, Robert F, Kennedy lie stood, the sale of the New York inant team in bUt'boill10 CBS ,
motive Industry's Big Three there was the moment at a reception as It alone, looking one view. Yankees to CBS for $11; .2 million, with option to PolUe aiul soldiers stationed
me from Ford Motor Co. for Jacqueline Kennedy er said "like a young boy close What's more, says the Colum. buy the relit in five years, Ihe around he( newspaper were, un. U.S. Denies Plan
'' sale to become final In Novem. able to hold. back all .
hursday. after some of the late presi to tears. bla Broadcasting System, if It (the Mu.
Ford agreed In principle to dent's favorite prose and poetry As If reading minds, NBC's doesn't come out right, they'll her, and ((2)) the conHillutlonality dents n"I't'OIIt'dl| some broke To Give Germany
xtenslon of its current contract had been read movingly by Mr. Chet Huntley observed at the pull out of the whole affair. of the condtlons surrroundlng through in lines to attack the
lith the UAW until Sept. 9. Nor. and Mrs. Fredric March. There end of the demonstration that Just what prompted the meet. the sale, which have IHHMI\ questioned bullilliik and thiow rocks at Nuclear WeaponsMOSCOW

s tiilly, the three.yeir.old pact b. "each Individual must deduceon lug Is questionable bv Alljn and Kansas City Cat hulte students standing on (AP) The United
said expire Monday night his own what this means The Yankees, In a formal owner Charles 0, Flnluj, the balconies of (the silicxil. build States and Diltaln today reject.
J The UAW announced Wednes. ANIMAL ANTIQUE Aus whether It Is his (Kennedy's) statement said Topping "wish. only dissenting owners in the lug Tlic athullr students alsothiew ed Soviet charges;: (that the pro.

lay night it had picked Chryslerorp. tralia's platypus, a living fossil George Burns own or because he's the symbol es to make it known that Presl. American League locksMtllUi posed imiltlimlton nuclear\ force
as its 1964 strike target has a bill and webbed of his brother." lent Cronin has acceded to his ') trucks pulled up and is designed to !give West Germ
nd would call its 80,000 mem. feet and lays eggs like a Two films occupied considerable request that a meeting be calledto The sale was approved by disgorged! heavily armed para ny nuclear weapons. They re.
en in Chrysler plants out at 10Lm. duck. Yet, it is a mammal.It With Grade time at the convention and resolve any possible doubt as eight of the 10 league members troopers wearing protective unwed offers to sign s treaty

Sept 9 unless agreement is is rarely seen in its nat. on the three networks Thursday to the validity of the transfer In a telegraphic pull conductedby JacketsAftei, tanning the spread nf nuclear

cached on a new contract by ural state during daylight As She Dies night The first CBS' Eric Sev. And, in Chicago Arthur Allyn Cronln. Finley and Allyn (Hie bushy l of the dead weapon

hat time. but can be seen to good advantage ereld dismissed as "a typical president of the White Sox and have contended that a meeting Duililhlst hud been carrtiil away Notes from (the Moscow em.

UAW President Waller P. in a glass-walled HOLLYWOOD (AP) Gracie campaign biography" of the an outspoken critic of the sale, should have been called to dis. Ills Mood) head! wrapped In bjs.sles tot (the two North Allan
tt Reuther said Chrysler, Ford tank at Healesville Sanctu Allen, whose scatterbrained presidential candidate consist. suggested the meeting was cuss the isle dirt) both Htudents scooptMl: tic Treaty Oiganliatlcm powers

14 d I General Motors Corp. would ary, near Melbourne. comedy helped make Burns and Ing of a batch of film clips nar. called as a result of a telegram Allyn Finley and scores of up his bliHid In a ontalntM. were dollverml to the Soviet
e asked to extend their con., Allen a top act in show businessfor rated in early "March of Time" lie had his lawyer send to the Columnists newspapers and na. Other dipped their hands In (tho foreign Ministry
tracts to the strike deadline. 34 years, died Thursday style It contrasted sharply with American League counsel Ben tlonal magazines have decriedthe blood and ruMwd> It on their West Germany, a main targetof

GM and Chrysler told news. Tough Fight. night after a heart attack. She an Imaginative well. dlted film Fiery, sale as putting CDS a* a faces and itTlit1 Soviet criticism on the multi.

nen Thursday they would await was 58. memoir, "A Thousand Days," Joe Cronln, American League television network and baseball notional force, was not I nun mil.ately .

i formal union request acrosshe (Continued from page 1)) Spokesmen for the family said of the late President John F. president who had once declined owners in the position of both cheetah probably is Involved' In the reply, Its
bargaining table before an. Miss Allen died at 11:15 p.m. Kennedy, which produced( an to call such a meeting, said it a buyer and a svller The sale the fastest animal In the embasny hero said, but a West
pouncing a decision. as the slight\ young man stood and that her husband, comedy emotional reaction In the hall was his own Idea. also had drawn attention from world over short distant, German hole may have bran
But after an hour's meeting at motionless his arms at his actor George Burns was at her and in millions of homes. "I feel It Is in the bent Interestof the U.S Congress as a possible auortling/ II) (the KnclopieillaUntanmca : handed lei Mm Soviet Embassy

ord, the company announced Itbad sides, the silent symbol of a side at Cedars of Lebanon Hos. After watching the goings-on, the league and of all its mem. violation of the anti-trust laws, in Bonn,
agreed to extend, although president who had been rnur first !In San Francisco and then
{ormal language Mill was to be dered and of all of the elan of an Contacted at the Burns homein in Atlantic, city, one can fairly .-" .. a".l. _.....__..,. ,......__.,.;.r r r.r r r+r r..r rr.rr.- r .-...... .,..-.---.....-"..-,.,
both sides rt '" administration wnicn 3d"nTSd'with < .A".i4"P -------o::: :-
approved fcy Beverly Hills, William Burns conclude that television net. -.r ; .
CM and Chrysler bargaining him.When George's brother said the popu. works are physically electronl.
was in recess Thursday. New the President had con. lar comedienne had been In cally and Intellectually capableof
[sessions, however, were sched. eluded his speech Johnson held seemingly good health before the remarkable job of bring.
uled at all three today. Talks at an Impromptu news conferencewith being stricken.He log a political convention Into
(Chrysler were to follow a meet. reporters stationed on the said she had experiencedmild the living rooms of the nation DOSS YOUR PaxN.TING:
ling of the UA W's Chrysler coun. platform. His message The heart attack in the past.

jell which would direct any Democrats have a civil rights They didn't, however, seem to .
I backlash but the front
strike activity
slow her down much. Ten days
I Ford, like GM and Chrysler, lash against the Republican ago she and her husband were
(had served contract termination ticket by liberals and Independents the Certain Areas
among guests at the gala
I notice on the UAW, saying in ef. Is three times as strong.He .
wedding for Edle
I feet the union would have to said the national and state Adams and her new husband Closed To Early
I work without a contract beyond polls show the number of nomt. Marty Mills

Monday midnight if no new nal Democrats who will vote She
appeared effervescent
agreement was reached by that Republican In November ranges and cheerful, is she has been Dove HuntingTALLAHASSEE
time. from "negligible In some stateson
since her retirement In 1958.
to 10 to 15 cent of
per the Until then, the strain of sus. There will
Democrats In some states." taming her nitwit role some. be no dove hunting;; during the tIONTINUR
With that off his chest
Home Of Negro son marched Into a noisy, party John. times made her tense and with first phase dove season October .

In a lounge where drawn. 3 through November 8
Ole admirers
Family In
At' the time of her retirement
in the
were singing "happy birthday"In following areas Volusla
Burns she
Miss Blasted observance of his 56th There, "She's explained never missed why acting quit fora : St, Johns, Brevard and Flagler

Johnson cut a lO.foot square Counties Putnam County east
minute. She never was a ham
MCCOMB, Miss. (AP) An cake depleting all of the states, anyway. Most actors are aware of the St, Johns River, Sumter
shook the home of
explosion a slicing first into the Texas
area. County north of State Road 48
of playing to an audience. Not
Negro family active In voter
Johnson then stepped out on a and Point In Frank
registration work in this racial. Grade. The side of the stage to. Alligator
balcony overlooking the board. ward the audience was a wall to Un COUnty The action closing
ly tense southwest Mississippi
walk, crowded by people for
town a her She concentrated only on these areas was taken at a
early today.There
quarter of a mile In each dlrec.
what she had to say and never regular meeting of the Game
were no injuries. The tlon, and watched fireworks out.
house was not damaged.The line his picture in the sky. gave a thought to cameras or and Fresh Water Fish Com

FBI at Jackson Miss., But it was back to business lights or makeup or anything mission at Fort Lauderdale

said It was maintaining liaison today, with politics the topic of "She deserved a rest She had August 21.According.
been working all her life, and
with law enforcement
local the hour. to A. D. Aldrich
her lines were the toughest in !
agencies at McComb to deter. commission
director other SELL
the world to do. They didn't
mine If there had been a viola. .
tlon of federal law In connection Specially bred male Siamese make sense, so she had to action of the commission established

with the incident. fighting fish often fight memorize every word. It took a a nine day deer

McComb police declined com. continuously, with only brief real actress season InDeSoto.Hardee,Manatee -

ment respites in order to breathe, "Every spar moment In and Sarasota Counties

The Student Non.Vlolent Coor. for as long as three hours. bed, under the hair dryer had opening November 14 and clos

dinatlng Committee office at They have been known to to be spent in learning lines. Do ing November 22. Hunters In

Greenwood Miss., said the own. keep up for as long as six you wonder that she's happy to this four county section will i

er of the house, Willie J, Dillon, hours before one of the adversaries be rid of it?" be restricted to the use of . with the same excitement and
was arrested a short while after finally refused to Miss Allen was born in San shotguns and slow trail dogs

the explosion. carryon. Francisco in the year of the whl'e'! deer hunting. The com- .'e enthusiasm you know you have . ;
great earthquake Named Grace tie
Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen, she mission also set a forty day tiq'r

was one of four daughters of waterfowl season with a four

Edward Allen, a song and dance duck dally bag limit,The water. v I for your product,
I t man then booked in San Fran. fowl hunting season starts at -f
NOON Cisco. sunrise Novembe r 25 and closes e service orbutnet

At J'/i' she had made her stage at sunset January 3, ti *
debut. But she continued In The commission closed the

NEW YORK (AP- SIOI'kl al noon: Catholic schools until she was following lakes to the use of .I
14, when she began a dancing / ,.q'/'J I'KIMI\(, a/"'"* o '''OI.uII.'' <>/ ;imjwMuMi and
trot during daylight hours
Allis Cha19,4 I"rmst DR 12i Penney \ act with her three older sisters. Lake Dora / ncilrmi'nl . V tinmlrr its Amtrtcn'l lar ft itmltrrtiiint
Beauclalr and
Frept SuI 3914 pa RR ,
Am Air3 8511\ Frueh Tr 3Z14 Pep Cola 5571. song Later and dance she Joined act and an at Irish onetime Carlton in Lake and Orange ;' l'lj and rtimmiinicaluini media , Hordt,

Am Can 431/t Gen Dyn 33 PhIl Mor 81M went to secretarial school Counties and the triplet chainsof t.; 7/ lihiilnnriihi. url run /I.. HI arrnnftj Of la cream

Am Cyan 59 Gen EI 841. Phil Pet 531 in Hoboken, N.J. It was in New lakes In the town of Cas- (:. T the narnr nnlfmtnl and rnlhutuum you halt far

Am Mot 151t1 Gen Fds 9PT'e RCA U'Am 3JI"AT'T Jersey that she met George. tleberry In Seminole County. l your itrmluclLei ,
Gen Mllla1's. Rep Stl /.
70 Gen Mire 96/ Revlon 33% Burns and Allen played In other action the commission. d ', I' THE NEWS Printing Division kelp you create
Too 351t1 adopted a new uniform for wild
Goodrich 54% Rey Too 451,1Anacodtla vaudeville for three yeah before outstanding PRINTING WITH CHARACTER
Amps Cp 16Th 441" Cioodyr 430/. StRer P 30 he was able to convince her life officers and field person \r AND SALES PUNCH , that specie the Ianguage .
Greyhn 243. Seaboard 511,4 they should get married. The\ nel and voted to continue the of YOUR business
Armour n ,
Hon'well124'\ Sears lit I,. were wed In Cleveland on Jan. Commission's Youth Conservation t
Babcock 331/4 Gulf on 563i Sinclair Uo/. 7, 1926, Club program. 4 a, ,
Beth Stl 311f.
Boeing 5t% Ins Hat 84'1\' Socony 791t After their marriage they ? \ 4jI

Borden 751/. lilt Nick 71'/. Sperry 62Brwiawck were pronelled Into the big
Bbl Int Pap S2 R 131'1 time. l
81)1/t StBrand 763. Thieves Steal NtmPRINTING
Cater TrChrysler 33'1Jones'L C ems
StO NJ 85 They be-ame headliners in 'L
Kals Al 331"
88 (e
Ken con 863 5tudebak 1 4COCI vaudeville and starred on the Rubber Checks
Chrysler 51'i Swift 51 11\ bill that ended Vaudeville at

Col1381t1 LocAdMyJ6% Texaco 80'7;' New York's Palace Theater TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) '
541'; Burglars who broke Into the of. DIVISION
T1Uokol %
Con Edls 89'% Lorillard 46"t UCar UHf 12 The Burns lived In the same nee of Memorial Cemetery ignored \
2tIi .
Mac'yoll Beverly Hills home for 25
Cont Can 4I j Unit Air 54''i' years a large safe, presumably
Cow ChI nlIJ MM'M 59i Un and were a part of the social because a sign atop it said PHONE Midway 2-2107
Fruit 2074
DuPont 258% Mohasco 1411\ VB Steel 58 life, usually In tandem with truthfully "Records only kept
EAL Z1% mOll.'to 7t1'4 their close friends, Jack and here"
UniY Mat
E.Kodaic UII' Mari w4 I'7lj 311 Mar. Benny The Burns had to / government
Nat Ddt 80f 1 WestEl two But they took a metal box printer commerce Industry
adopted Sandra
Firestone% children ,
WIIIII Dill M filled with checks

na..PaL61st'' .Nit...Dis. Ay w.Z8 .Wodwth 46t% born:. in 1934, and Ronald In i i193S. bounced.' that had : = = = : .. 41.'Y.! / .. rAi'JO : =


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FAST FREEZE Tony Brehm' not packed In I IN THE A I R- Hara are the U, S, Navy new regions or a shield against the sun. At right, Is another development.. a steerable parachute designed to allow for
Cracked let. Ha Just faced a camera with a ahuttar eased Bo.lnD.V.rtol UH.48A hallcoptara, They ba sand to trans ward motion and acceleration or deceleration. A forward speed of 13 miles an hour could be obtained. Shape of the

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sneezers indicates all too clearly Mid-August is blossom time for the States or In some wooded sections of the cou ntry during ragweed season, SNOW IN AUGUST: -Here's the evidence It was an August day In Bozeman, Mont, following -
unattractive greenish spikes of the ragweed plant, and about 1 In 20 there's no escaping it. Even celebrities are n't Immune (note Dick Van a heat wave which brought 100.degree temperatures in many cities. The weather
Americans knows it as his period of annual torture Eyes water noses Dyke in the first.ntihlal.mtn) sufferers can tal Ice some solace in the recent changed and became more like November than midsummer Garry Stack camera re
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I .n. of a pair of whit tlgn at the 100 In Brlitol, England Is displayed by Dennis Weaver and 11-year-old Rickey Der. ... '
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atmosphere. American scientists: are hunting a substance WINTER GARB-N.W
which can stand these temperatures A Scout rocket, left, .... Italian afttrakl otitflt "niiit, /ttEA Telephoto/
Is poised ready to start the latest experiment >at Wallop'i I OVER THE CORNSTALKS-ThU young cornpoke rides of heavy yellow, black and .
THE LASTORD- It happened right at temporary corps headquarters for the Democratic
Island, Va. The nose cone is being attached In these pictures.At .
I herd over the ItI a mechanized horse which doesn'teat white> awtattr, black fabricpsits | so it might have been expected. Republicans got the first laugh by contracting
the peak of the flight the nose cone will be fired back I the'corn just picks it. The rider Is Douglas 10 party
Lang. and ( to match billboard hall in Atlantic
tine earth. Exploding rockets will attempt to raise the locking far this near the convention : CIty. But when dawn
\, downward, speed to 19,000 miles per hour. 1 Arho'i I It' "Brodhead maneuvering WI ., farm, the corn picker through his family's awaatar. It a worn with a beret came one morning, the added comment shown" in photo had been posted below the liin.NJWS .

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I Auguit 21 ,964 91- ______-_ ::: ______________________-= ...,;;;.0;;-_________:_-_ ;:;.. _________________________ .,

Florida Demo Leaders


Pleased By Convention i

Got'.in is Br ml. niti.
Democratic leaders were,, t>' I hu mai Utnen GO u -

-- planning todaa state umpaiin Brartenton .lIId I cmtli'), 'it.. .t'

fur the national ticket that might felt the Johns,'n.Humi! I I .' I'k

be tbeirmont "" ,'ertetliieusWith et was a cod oil> T) iI

a somewhat rare unit e.cUII\ please I II II" tl (t'

of leadership the delegates depart platform pU"k on 11111 i "' t I

this onxvntlon <-ittener. moderate one.

all) well pleased with what hap. The nominee1, spit ti. I ,

pitied hereCleo. ones that I like," said Ml 3 I

T. Rose Jr.. ot Punt GIl I'I i

making her first u on\t>' t">5"I In u Ii

- as a delegate "III as u 011( I iei ........- -_- ---J'-' -_-- ..... .

- Wreaks ful. t\er\thin weit( Suhiu'll
She and other nieml[ ,.' t'H'' -Announcements 14-Help W.nUd Male. 48-.Apt.. For Rent

Florida delegation alteiuV I i It'
c ;;' Veta Beauty baton AppivjJ'iL '. P0, Rant
r-- t reption gl\en In) Mrs. 3\ -qupmtKennec1 | > K< "9 Mh SI. South I hoe.ahlC New dupl.i aptt br. t bathteech

Havoc With \ on the final djol( the Con., d' 1I1h Awe .. .- I-'- :.. Ideal near beach A center,

'a convention. s-me :'P': Slre.t MI ..a.3BoaflMotort . , ''I ',menlI ", ." II deolmed for t.ach.rt('all Urn Will Hsllrnaum turnuh

Mrs. Rose said she had a wonderful ----s- I '. long t.imir MI".V 2 "UIi -" toss .lIerlll
A SEASONAL ,. "':,. "t 01 Ml, co Itland I "M ted "0 wrob ends
I SHOW Curator Willn, A. H.rihey drives, a mimaturt tram' time but, like most otherdelegates Accet. I ., Mi H..t.t, MI 2 1207
'Little Toot at the and who had to walk fromhotel 0' Ml' .' 1174 l/l. lit L'ii"Y""idmunm turn..h.
Rough Tumble ,
Enjjmetri Muttum Citrus
in Kmicr Pa Museum ; '
is Jlmm.dUc" Crop foot Chr. C.II, witS to hpinbonid pitm.n| MI 012 "" Jt
August with, visitors, with nostalgic' longing, to see steam driven relics In action, again. tu convention hall, she had Co < b* tn in waterat I APABLE ADULT male with i/tr StPaniohod
a complaint Sporttpol 1/11 lOt 10"'d iri rrnr.i wh h hm ability
I ll'iI'l" lImo Imuimp I bvdroom ."." -
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FORT PIERCE (AP)Dam. "Oh tm feet are sore. IT foot f--b; .;| < .boat w,Ih (0 '" Mt, (!. i--i| on I lvp ,n.ertava,table Stpl I Call
HP Hun'cane tram, ". I 2M or allen S 10 pm' IUt
incise 5' 5 i. 11-5 wrii Ih ,
To age to the famous Indian River Florida! party leaders ruvn lull top and >de curia'nt lor 1 l It u nporl i A' ccur people lilt" 23 '6 ?l
Demos Optimistic But Many Subject citrus crop by Hurricane Cleo said tltev will try to removeivil lou. or trtdc Call 2 U"' erMi I :: ;. ,o lob ,'I',' ; :I,y ri7i":1

may run Into many: millions and rights as an Issue III the cam. 10 1/11 tfU i :I News 8,,, 1731 Au? 49-Heutei For Rent
I Fl Q "ihr. B.nlon, WhJI.rboat
Draft Are Late could send prices akyrocketiuug palgn and concentrate on Pies.Ident - -
46 M P M orcur a Motor r.ue; ,uiAm U mu'''''lIlIh i: isI ; I brdrnom turmth.d
growers reported. Johnson expri leiu.e. Rude, Guide Slrrt "'g A Contoie ,. '" I ...''i. C" n"."- ,... Must apartment large Ml OU 1/2) ItS
buck >> Luke, now. Call 1l. ,t.uiilg, amki And .... "I
Cautious In Predictina Early estimates from Hurricane The biggest problem, till MI ? 050eli.., S PM11 61 ",I' "" ,.., '''l(..' ...ok ... /"7 II _. _____
In Registering Cleo placed damage to the Goodiidi, will be the shoit time 'I'''n'I ,h.""',, I,., ,,1..0' I ertrm i""I,,,,, hr1 ho,.,r w"thcvporl
25 CAntS CRCIHR 196 u IUp."u e pot,lion in short o' '-u's,' i-.litr CallAunhesai
grapefruit crop at 50 per cent remaining before the Nov.3election. ;.r" .
V I"I' A"o"" it t-'i.iliom s'I LA. 511' 6,1011,
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J (AP) ates to run separately from thenational ST. AUGUSTINE (APme., or more, and to oranges at 8 to But he said a strough or. by 0FSSACIIT. COTrede . ,' ,11 ItPu .
In euneW thru Craft ills limb STREET NORTH
Democratic leaders are leav. ticket long overdue registrations for se 10 per cent. ganlzed ampalgn will lie um Cap Main Stored rev. boat .sr;;', .n'.d Good "' .n. ) bedroom .' bath ava,lable at

Ing this convention city express Of the leaders of 37 leI tlve service were reported to. Heavy damage also was re. ducted In every count)'. home si"CI n.a Alcohol smote5550r05 p 73 p. hour I: msnlhs a once $110 I 1 II 1 Sits lilt tf
states t"i worn 100 F .
"C'" Say.Iit
ing optimism and some cau. contacted by The Associated day by Col. Harold C. Wall,,I ported to the 224,000 acres of Sen George Smalhers, DHi, lect cond d Locel Cabin'' sep'uuth In eanor Pi' M'ch"tin C nostrIl clues Cd -Guest houte-- -Small-util I.eifurled
lion about cane In the Glades. Pho,i. ? 2HI S2S: 41 ,>O m. 23.0.I ..
the party's Press Florida dlredor. sugar spent an hour explaining .u It heppy to d'tcutt boa wihh p.
during the convention 18 I I - "
chances In the November elec placed their states solidly In the II Many young men have mis.I Hugh Welchel, St Laurie Coun news onfereme how he got into buyer [ Mi.d :::';r i m.n; part ;; full
ty agricultural said 50 the f""t'.p I me inlet" work. Call Ml I HIS bedroom I baflihorni, ttove.
taken Ideas agent !
tion.Some Johnson-Humphrey corner in I I they can register any position nf endorsing &>,n.i Sh p Short R.IFithini I/it II rrfrprratOm 1110 per month
admit to worry over the November. time during their 18th year Wall I; per cent of the grapefruit and! Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota Dick ChairtT.ak boo Nail - -- - 10,. Royal' Palm Dr Ml' t till
They are Cnmeosseu.
possibility of a white "back. Connecticut Delaware Arkansas Illinois,' said. He Is conducting a cam., about 8 per cent of the orangeshad for tire niesldi'iit. '.. Pllmo' Lii. ProsAnhur Dick Hind Contact want.d Mr for Wain Privateyuchl at or I MH I 2J los. II

lash" against Negro demonstrations Iowa Maryland ,' paign to put out the correct In.- "wn blown off the trees. Smithers made clear he 1M, Line, Bout f'foobCompi.ho t, Lhrnmher Club: fnr inter bedroom' turn home |IOO
Massachusetts Gtll.y .. ,
,1 v w Phone Ml 2 MSJ ama tt month winter. ItS mo turn
and! the Civil Rights Act. Michigan Missouri Nevada formation the law requires Robert George, a Fort Pierce not want the role. Book Value IJ.W Reaton. i mer. Owner. on prem... by
That Is ,I them grower reported 79 per cent of "I oflar will bsa.tphod. omgman to h., new and Aug 26th lit 17th Aol NaplesPamb.
register within five really Hubert
particularly true New Jersey New York, Oklaho. days: he said. Trade considered' Ml 1 S hood can clean and heio, in tit
among leaden from Southern ma, Ohio, Pennsylvania Texas after their 18th birthday, Ms grapefruit crop 25 per. cent\ "but I know 'the difficulty of RuNk SMITH CHRIS eU ; shop WIN I tram, (.* Lea Pelri." lit

states. Several from that area West Virginia Wisconsin. ,I Carelessness and Ignorance- of his pineapple oranges and IS carrying that load In the South" 0'SC Wood 1016Help Chrytler' Plymouth Block Attractive' from Gulch".... Sea Houte Gate t

could see the Johnson-Hum. Democratic leaders In 17 other l' cause most late registrations,- per cent of Ms Valencia oranges Smathers said he receive, a Budneti Opps. School romplet.ly' turn th.d
phrey ticket's prospects Wall said. were destroyed! by the storm. telephone call Wf'dneldoAant'r.. Available 1.0 per month on y.arly ;le.te:
no states
Including some usually Cio.n Colloo and nndwu. .hop' oren I monthly Call 2 S 3S3Llstingi .
better than even, if that much. Republican ones figure For Instance In July 3,937 I Other estimates ranged from noon from President Johnson air condition, close ,in 0" Tr.I. .nl tt

And! some of the Southerners they have a good chance to win, young men registered In Florida 50 to 75 per cent of the grape. who discussed some projects of "Prlud 78 fit12Help under 14.000. 1.04. Ablo Pomfmader elderly. ieoho,. Steady
wmutrV 'id.o man
expect local and state candl. or at least their best In several and! 36 per rent of them were fruit crop, now nearing maturi Interest to Sen. Spessard Hot Good moo r ,..t 5101 lyp" Wanted

late In registering. But Wall ty. Some put orange crop lossat land, D.Fla. and "talked Wanted ding', .p..n. luto", Cr.ciba .
years.- gcnu'rally f H.... buV.. ." ,,,.. ",,' hllm..
"d rm.du.l
w"hn. i '
These are Arizona.Californla said, only 27 persons were wilfully 10 per cent. about campaigning In Hor ADULt PcKSUN. m.'l. or le lush M."lIoc"pl Inpins San rs in Eiml ,No". ., tuilhue. Co..nl"H
Colorado delinquent.He Some fruit remaining on the Ida." male capable handling proolreading 1111 A14. Cell,., Ceuisfy Nows.. .llf. u" 'ho' Trail 111"
Florida! Georgia Ida. : :
Leis I trees will be ; datk 00 full lime bss 1m JO
OatItq1GROUt' ho, Kansas, Kentucky Maine, said registration on time scarred grower 1 had been, frankly a little Must be tleady good habitt 57-Homes For Sale

Montana New Hampshire New Is vital to a new program of ex said, but tree damage appearedto apprehensive that I would be know tp.llmg' 41.d work aiily Would inb or I Ioh day to work apply Chauffeur tor a cook, '

amlnlng 18 '. year.olds out of be minor. asked to nominate I lube win ...DC..t.. Wntv Collier HI Houte and gueil hou>* Main
it I Hih
SI No Ml 24014
Mexico North Carolina Utah,- tnist Neoc Siss II" .. '7 or ho... con!'!lt of 2 bedroomt.
Vermont Washington and I school, unmarried and other. The Indian River citrus crop Smathers said. But he said the M1 "I I balh ul I,ly room and carport

Wyoming.The wise available for military serv.- embraces 60,000 to7O,000scres. President did not mention/ it. 13-Help Want. Female (Ssesl l houta hon I bedroom .
Robert 1 18-lnvettment and I both. ut..lily. room
W. Rutledge execu.
states In which the Demo Ice.The Shortly afterward, Smathers NUuH"PHlR uood Ioho,1 and car port -. Bnth hones
tlve vice president of Florida said he completely lurn,thed E...,.
cratic chances were rated purpose Is to Identify I got a call from prestdcn. hand end Typuis5 required
at no- Citrus Mutual said It was too ..,...."t wnrking. conditions, inEalttinElnd W."t.d person man or ....om.n.d.roul lent location Convenient lathopmng
better than even or were not those who fall Armed Forces ex. tlal spokesman William Mojer nllnn Permanent 01 .nvmi.", ..tun 0"'h.r and the Beach Price
rated are Nebraska South animations and refer those who I early to estimate damage. who asked the senator to secondHumphrey' of 'Central Ave MItbJI ,Invesimenl investment it |?(.000 w.,th l.rmt Hout. end
Rutledge said the big grower S/ia I. well monsd. po't.blo, chain Ou..' home p05,0 II yronted.
Carolina Louisiana Mississippiand qualify for rehabilitation toagen. nomination. 01 .nch"d A"tomobl. AgnCCI. Shown by appointment only'
cles for education cooperative has three field men "1 said, 'Bill that's really Wnm,nep.renu;4 -n-, nec,; loc..d In No'h Caolon.rd Auocialet.
(KUISINO Virginia. retraining and .
1..1 .ok Mail tasna iim.t'
Plnrlda II'
Th'oo iChrnsI "
Lucille Out Virg I Marcum
IS POPULAR Asked what might cause them other assistance. In the area and he will join ting It to me.' lie said I had to, ho,,". 0 p.rtaonei.ttr,it typs' I Corp Ford. aud cthnah, Bob Jarg.rDEWEY
Examination of them today to tabulate the dam. so I told him Smothers 0 ruteran. d have pl..nl t.I. Motor.' ) Mununnum, t..t",1
the 18 okay
hrrr thonlinaliurn who liketo most trouble in the year-olds-
ure election P phone yo,... E H M.ho..r IM) 000 Writ till AiO' ,
KIIIW the family almarj and takeoff leaders from 12 states,Includingsome doesn't mean they face Induction age.M. related. Jr Co M'' 55050 '/ZI if Cull I,ir County N!wi lilt (.1 POLLY

fur a wrrk roil or ( lull ours. In the North specified clv. In the Immediate future. Pres.- U. Mounts, Palm Beach CAPAbLE ADULf.l

lion of .Milmulc' Then* are ama! 11 rights and a white backlash. cot Induction age Is 21.22 de.- County agricultural agent said fit, 'nh to..handle...dm5 wmsn'u.mOWS deari'mast ftid. 23-Mnc. For SaU: KEALTY
those who like lake the heavy !damage was Inflicted on PUBLIC NOTICE
in family pending on calls
Some said they believe this will I Selective Serv. Mutt be able to typo well andwrite Paid .
Ill inch
boin -- '.e'flC
mid ,'iruiHT In with ,illirr citrus west of Lantana ,
Ice groves plainly and accurately
nimpuny be less important as an Issue by receives from the Depart. Have in on"'ltu'' VO Cor".' ot Ul A.. 10. P.Tonionnh
Oriiiiiiizrdj croup mumare Mm' I ment of and that the loss (to the sugar NOTICE TO THC .UUICI1r.rd'W Preni 505e.ml0000rme00000' IIH lomb; Cu 1'. It TrailS
J ; _election day. Defense.Eight. ,, i Th. ot tha City ot .. able. but not vital if the p.i .
{ MaltyMMMlMf4 f Ml I 41tt .ilL'or
ftp; 'II* ;wt.slavily. { irMriWaH M'tt : .
> The normally ,...... V' part p'se".d. by thatny I onconshowe elite. P.Otumo "T" SACjRl'HCElFrilidiire
ruimlimil rlulw ant oullmiircl truisem'hils conservative or .
of tile county would be worse. Manager. win oe eveneoie 'in work Write Collier County
i' |mat Kvctnl |iniiii| iriiixorai Republican voting records of the office of the City Clerk, tor all Newt. Bo. till 1012 l/ll tf Sal* H> Owner
h from 10 New Hampshire Mounts estimated the loss at Inleretted portent on September I I. .. II ft. end Mail Sdrrn Florida room -
ini linhiiK InW Kan. '
Vermont l.dywanh.d i
uramn QualifyAs more than i million dollars and 1961' et 'pretcribed I > 01lv. : : A p I: us Chit Oat Range Jl ,Inch** I bath i.US home .| .6* lOll Si
: teatsith I lie oivum/jitloll of sas, Oklahoma and Wyoming Cherter of the bl'I'cO"N:, . p.rton Don's l..ntt R .all Moving into home wills., bll,1t, No Low dnout .vmo,1 end
said It could easily go higher. N.pl.t Shopping ",.., 1/71 tf . taco MuM
'in ke '
more ai'live 11 IIIHIMH ( lulu ariiuml 1 are the biggest obstacles seen appliance Ik71 per month 10 uunlili.d
the ,'onntry, theme "'lIolllzrd'rill....*1 InstructorsEight V P WOOD ir Tvp'.1 r.copl.1, .n'.d. pin gin Ave North Naple S/2 Sf buy.r frill Dub Hill, Ml 2 4 '01
by leaders
party in those states. City, Manager or full Itm. .rol..1. of'fm' werk d.yt f. i. If .
are certain in ,lonliniii .In flmirioli,. California's Jesse Aug. IS, tOllLEGAL #11. MI I 55,7 ISle 57 l/Jt
Unruh more Instructors 26PenonllAlf.OHOL'C.o New F0otr.men, "om. M.c.
Some of these groopmisrn.. u h were ProhibitionistSees D"
speaker of the State i an Ave sod ,
l.a Flmriiiu'i', annual I 'KiM unm<*i> Km cited Assembly added to the list of people In ADVERTISEMENT' 14-H.lp Wanted MaUAittlant fh' only n,ie ;.o"oil'luc'new'
another hurdle : TO BIDDERS
( raise. have mmril nulion, whilelmuIliiIty organl.zaliun Coll le lo.irc hull' on th,k ttreel I
Perils .
r County qualified teach Many Sealed buds will, be received, by ur wumepmol.mt '" 0 "0"',
lie noted "The Demo Mi" w.nl.d Ouportunity Bdrmt. I Hath Screen Porch,
lull In Milwuukir I : ,., ,
A "i.inll' < Red Cross he City Council City of NeplaaFlorida for edvencementFringe A% I he'1" b, cull .
|11nlarlzr.llh.| "Nnorii :Alumni:' cratic organization Is a series of First Aid last night Facing Country on Wednetdty September benefit Apply at Im ,n| Ml' I 4IM J y"t t."swucom.d -,5,,au0 'Carport r Open Utility Sunday Air Canbb.in Cond,lion
duchies when they completed the Instructors I h& I9M up to 10 00 a m. for a truck Service Simon North M..I,ng\ I .sI
and ,
baronies .
I unit of |Iu..hlll.| affair Kill and Call with tannery garbage body 'final I.pltC"u't" Ai,".. ." 443 Route I74J N traIt Ml' I kIM
iiiiiiilKT' of lionlx ,aft." Inceihir fur fornla. It takes a series of ale course given by Lloyd CHICAGO f AP) The Prohi. Specificetlone, and Bid' Forma may I 1/11 it tl it 7lh A" oeroe" I ,"c and II' f. II '

The niiM loiiimnn form nf (..iimpmnmiiv In the same direction." Collier County Chapter of the president says he regards socl.allsm Florida 1 I M,an.g.r during. City working Hall hourt Naplet, wanted Full f orr.Ia 0, p.r'ii paint time workEupcrutncr tloratil.t Offered pug hornet. int.loud N,,arsc hoe gartga 5. eors FHA ho :

nay I tIme full... "l KiiiiiuleMoliirn : Even Arizona Democrats American Ked secularism alcoholism The It yrs.arn. the right to ra. nrcrtury So"d resume 'ndml'cn.lab.Mahi, an
are Cross.
in .the Infoimal r\<'iirxlmi ,j.ct any or all.. bide to Collier County NnwtBjlIWAJI oiler ,- |I2 WO D.vi< C Jon.
of f limit. 'lhms'se I talking victory. Sam Coddard! obscene literature and "that sa V. P. WOOO. jf l/ll If SLIP COVERS N.ailor, JM Jlh Ave So Ml
I two or woie air !
The course was tanic City "".. __ IMSO tm st
former jointly -
state sponsored communism -
chairman now menace as Tropcal Orap.ry a
limile up" of f fiirmli*, inruiln-n", of ATTEST Men wanted Lawn" mamtanenceand Upholtl.r
the naiiir boot <'lull. or proplc" who running for governor said! a poll by the local chapter of threats to the nation's well tine' Lefiman yard work, Enpenencehilpful I n, MI Mini MI If) PNlvar5 saLt

keep their trait al time NIIIII* mithiimiir ordered by the Democrats the Red Cross and the RichardA. being. City Clerk but not n.cettary 36-Wanted Owner. NO bROKeRS,..
E. Harold Munn in a speechto Aug 2. lOWP4011CC #2I2 Sl.hlman' Property, Mainlamnce To Buy mUll mi Ii' bidroom
Th'y Minply list I tigt'mhier! showed Johnson leading 6 to 4 in Pitt man Funeral Home. ISIs Third, SI South I/H tf I bath homo ,n THC MOOR
.11,1 I iln'Mr In t ,',"i... In the name the home state of Barry Cold the Prohibition party conven. !' OF ELECTION u.." p.k" iadk. .uauli' INQJ C.olr.l n..| .nd air
tlon Thursday said the country I. W known the I. TOM ADAMS PUBLIC NOTICE Good t""d''o'' Suhlman' Prop cnnd,lianini. rarpilmf IhrooaH
I.I'ot.Thi. water, GOP presidential! noml. Those finishing the course tacrelery of Sine of the Stele of erlO', M".hCl, co 121 J' Ird 0do.u.pl I btdroomt Com
type of ,iruinr in tuy huh h nee. were Gene DeLine, John should meet the evils "with a Floride, E"AorWTrO notice theta Mn eulO If ploll, k,Ic;ln inclndini ditpotal,
akin to the pinup pn mi'. Krr) nrlirinpn vigorous and dynamic program will be NOTICE OF INTENTION TO and dunwathar. Nico Mrt.n.d
mipplim for a ilii) or a wrrkritil But the optimism is temperedwith Wagner Dan Zwicker, Joe of constructive Christian action held 'in Collier County Florida, onTumday REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 38-Auto For Sale porch pucad dmun.wa y sodded
caution. Miller Richard .snt 5uco. hO fhrnt T..candor'I".d Inns h.r.by ca" laws *'hsns Ml 5 o. alto,
of ,'riiiMnp: they raft together Plttman Lynn ." Msmndsy In NOv.mb.r.'n1 b 15W. '"fy thai we are conducting anpartment l5'al I lord ,olmautaliIe llaiJT1i7nnod n PU S/Sell
or utop, neither for Mini,IK mill ifovernight. Frank Keller Washingtonstate Collins, George Plttman and Some 56 delegates attendedthe tha said Tuitday haunt the third: rental butinett at H4lue fi1f co".lto" CcliC _

IIH'Inir I.lour luprllirr for chairman says it I Is "a Ceisler. day of Nov.mbtr, to Mf the follow- : Pont Ave Naplet FInuda ,A __ _..-! 58-lett For Sal
George ,
party's national campaign : t"nd.r II.. fuhuhuon h."'. of QIOIp.rlm.ntt ,th .
the niiht hard fight and! getting harder 'nt".I'1\ srnparew Miornu "risos
| _
convention. l.nator end Ihet taid f rm itompoied I..nsev. 0".
Not tnly' w it fun, In i'rmw in .'ompany every day." R.or.tnlativ. in Con>r..ft tar of the following p.rtontwhot. 1960 Vsisrnagon swner, cl.." ir\.l fur " CII.II

with other, it I in alias Infnrmativr Coy Donald Russell of South .. the Th lustS,.. (1)d ens'.ns Jutticet,onah of.the O'"ct.-Supreme n.m.. and IniloosCah plates.' 0tSd.imu.sceOaO roof whsil.n.lin. now. .p.unh o'hras, rduo- new, heator muss., RiV'M:
..nd"y| Uiulniun Carolina says, "the situationwill Ii ,7 Court Oroupt' I I. t end 1. C King I4>) U Wabash, Call M' 51552 elter Only S U'/o.
ran alwatu Irarn Mimr i-killn I finniannlhrr Three (Si Judge of the District 14 Mo or wnebmdi V
t l
They i-an wap rmirrirtm'eo: ; : be close" with Sen. Barry Court 04 Appeel Inc the Second: Ap D.lll L King 1411 t; Wlbllh _ tins' "s' C: ".' lot.in O0'oIe'Th.! Moorlnft, .
/ Moat
Coldwater the plllele District Oroupt, A. C."" E. ". 14 MoOwnirth "ThOTItING; for
Republican nom. 'I.y DOWN r.'ored _
aoupl. .. ,,
and finil new h'rulisiuug wnler Iuy linor One (I) Circuit Can S I.
Twelfth Old .
budget of Apartm.nlt it
p % >,,
lone now from < Financing Available ''" f e, 14,?,
benefiting ,
anti. ( 00
i haniir. 1 lir aratan nHlurr of the -I' I, Jut clal' Circuit at followtCarl khown by appoinlm.nlAtoci.l .
in iilnil in fur eteiil civil rights feeling OovernorSecretary. C King MOelli '% sr .
Broun ( ruiM nnirinlier > \ Ford I d | tj ,.>
: : : . ft. r (.. ef Slam.Cemmptrehiar .. L King M%
iif tlir group should, have ..- 4F ." It it our mention t* apply to the C, Ford 4 d,. ||jj L.wll. Oil Virnl" Marcum
my 'I''h.ni..1 or In hnkel ,Ii IIi .. t.. tt Comm'tuoner, of Agriculture, Cloth of Ih. Circuit Court in and M Old I dr. gus, Sob J..rDEWEY
rally, .;::. rI TreeturtrAttorney for Coll,er County Florid to ,.. H Cldi t d,.
Hunt For CluesIn t |?4J
OenerelSuperintendent ..
u'shuJ tt.r th. "d cows of GIGS Apart" II POLLY
Biialmrn nuluialU : Ford
are a 'I. Wagon szn
v of Public tnttrue m.nt und.r the prov't'ont of Chap
lot 1'hey lone llir I oiupaoy nf nthrrboater ,.. 4 \ ten. tir tuns. lows Of Florida. Acts of II. Cad | dr 1149,
For that lie !t. mrt.F Florida Public Utilities, Comm 57 Dodge I .
rruunn (ironp Of 1141W. dr ||U5 REALTY
Bombing toner handt.
thus 12th
.. l tnitt our day
ruixr. lie it fnrniall organized or :t, Stele Attorney of the Twelfth. Ju of Aufuit iWO Call Ml MIM
of the .|.1".ol.lhl'.n"'lIIl'lIt dc, ,el Circuit' CAsk" C KINO.DtLLA COLLIER COUNTY C ero.ra I lit A... Ra 4

will ,oiiliniir In grow in "pnpiil,irilt. Weekly Paoer Crcu Public Defender Twelfth' Judicial, L KINO MOTORS Tamtam Ml I4H4b..ullul Trail

I One (I) Member of Ih* Houl of SRT R HEOMAN
Ripretenletlvet. Imperial "'0"10.t. &acrlcn CsnerIi5
JACKSON, MISS. (AP-Po. County Judge A"I Ynur Prndl :V"Ci.'tr n.ooe w H'pln Ich.omal cost
lice and FBI agents probed to. Sheriff*' tIme Cireul Court Aug II. 21.. 21 '.pl 4. I 1964- >2 0 MECCUNY a M '1.000 Will ..1. 11.100. Phono
day for duel In the mysterious n' If
/ Tu Amasser.
bombing of the office of a week. Ten Collector. TWElFTH JUDiCIAL' C1NCUIT, Repairt Parts 59-Atreagt

ly newspaper published by Pul. -'I Three Suoirv UI tor ktsmb.n of R.gu.lretles.of If'. Snard COLLIEN 0' COUNTY.&TATC 'LO'UOA.IN . QU..II, *work rTrTT Ilr.uosrlmel
jeep tu u"eb Cl0..
car and trucks Lit .n 10 u-n--il
Itzer Prize-winner Hazel Bran. of County Commiitionart D,ttr ctt CHANCERY get acquainted See Lea Pitrlal slot ..re Terms Colh.r C....".
I I' and
non Smith. ; l' No 2110rwWi0 ty "..1111 Last an the Trail
.* (J M.wb.s of the Board lo"KOTr. I/H II!__
An explosion ripped the of. of Publn Inttruclion. District' Sand
flees of the Northslde PhaintuffANTHONY TRAIL
Reporterin Three (J Jualicet if the Peace. .. FRONTAGE
Jackson Thursday night A B.tnett' I? I and 4 A RUStO PRANK PLYMOUTH .JO.. acres. from Sigh 5 dry land f H
Th,.. (3> Conitable. Districts, Nnrth Treit I HI' I UH ,1. courtnou MAR
I, O BVftD AND KALIOPV" 8'1"0."
policeman said bomb LOWE 4 ItCK
appar I end C tin Ava
ently was thrown through a rear $! ; Premco5u' Attor"11 AND WALTER' HARRIS" EDMONOIBIIHOP "Trailers For Rent South Ml M''| ;/Hf
window of the : T..o ,2) M.b. fnmsbaieo Pu., ,iU'\\IL ,f1 rlof1"" ,
housing I C.'rel O''ci' JuMCS it AND 4 acre tract ISM down. and
the offices. Toe (1) M.mbert. NormS Ntplet MAEAO B'tHOP JAKE BOEKEIN Treuloq II a an.S will. T\I 1100 1'.' month. N. clamant
s.s.ssnvcg No one was In the Fire Control D'shrit 0,ttrictt | AND MAGOiE' BOEKEIN. AND tIe a ones a ease. It a oeeb IIMOO One mila from Golden'
building. end I. THE HOLLY TERRACE CIVIC Rock47Hf Crneb ,.,,1.' ParS GI.'. C"ty Opn Sunday ColI .
i'.uo (7) M.mb.rt. Etlt Na"l.t AtSOCIATiON" nn profit I ,, ff, ,nty "..", c/tell
f re Control Ouavutt. corporal
\E\ Telephoto In T.tt.mony Wh,...,. I h.v. Otfendentt 48-ApU. For Rent 61 -income) Property
htreunto tet my 'band and the Great NOTICE Of SUIT
< NAPLES .VN: UtMNO: I UlT Beat lei George Harrison. left and lul of Ih* . of Flor, da. a< THE STATE OF 'LO"'OA-TO' : '!ofol.' U"
FLY i John Lennon. T.1I.h...... the Capital', this' the Anthony A Rutt et cue l/t IM 1100/ watch rooms apa'rtmwiul'.lua
chat with 1 '
right, actress
Ja.ine Mansfield at a first of A Fur*. I adrm apit Etficlencm ... ..,.
'lEA day July O. 114 va . hereby not.f,." thai .n. a .1' ... apt Attraetiva
MIAMI night club in Hollvwood George. John and Bingo Starrrelaxed ( ) tut hai been Mid ....".1 you _Ayn )TV O"f" Air" .Mt Cen It, ?41 4lhUNFURNISHED aroundt' .u" ".'''. In ....11.'"
,au much the could TOM ADAMS. Foreclote Mortgage 1J __ cand,twn. ComplM.ly, fun.hed.
ai -with an evening on the f.Kll'w Stale .n 13 eab.sIsn,,tied/ cause and you .0"00' ,nel..*,"* .'r.conditioning' and
town Aug t. J'JohnnY's a,. ha'.b yr.quir.d to o.rneapou, APT OREEN ACRES MI TV. Good rtturn on tnwnim.Mt.
New Year Round Daily Schedule "'.'''1.11' .lIo.v. ohOse coma and !15W CmIltf Pr.lit 0 .dd'." .0011' h..o". ..u, wrot,... aDEWEY..Iv.
iI.'.""", if any 10 tha 'bill; ef com' UHf Tlin; \TTS I "' .._;.t_
pla' 'nt .n laid. Suit coy of wh,chit Ottb.Vl:4. M.reu",
Naples To Miami del,..".d to you herewith on or W.ikly MonthSeason' .... .I.....
: Sandwich ShopJOHN before "", 4 A DtW.. Modern fu>" shod ..1I.cl."e.
745 A.M. 11 130 A.M. 3.45 PM. : jt:1 H.'" fail, not er decre* pr* con.fnt A b'droom iptt POLLY
wll entered egamtt you te.Uy Nd I NapIn,
IAMUKRI. ownerSpecializing far limo ril prayid In line: bill, ef I. "
Miami To -
Naples compla,M
in The nature of tt,d Saul boiog torIOROKOTV REALTY
900AM. 215PM) SABLE APIS.ElfKiendiee
: 5:00 P.M.Cossertiesa Pnreiesia'. '"C MOrl... SHORES .

::4S- SUBMARINE SANDWICHES WITNESS my hand. ond thu ...1 M' HUS c..."., .f let A..,
a Ml. RewrrstloM to say Boiil !I. the ...,w 01 io'd Court .1 NID'''', "or,... holly Rood end Aries Avo.I Tamlaml TraIl Ie. 6
4sI\ STEAK SANDWICHES I"". C Ca af Au 'sit A O, t4IIIAAQANT MI t.45q66Insurance
1' SCOTT I SSdeOnt Atoe1nW'
NAPLES AIRLINES ( "5.- I ....: BARBECUE Curl Circuit. tau" inhog reomn od Wanly, "L lap'
1Jf., (REAL) board o as., 5.1 nero See A
I Miami. \ // Air C tdltlwwd l Tab III EDITH T.Oln Rs.ge fowsIed. Ar Ceandi.
Naples Airport Cellt..ne Alrpert SANDWICHESQ 0.11 Climb' Susan., & ".'Ier am Naplas' ...... .;;.- M".II Easy: Pi55

MI J-J4J4 NE 44111 wrSw 1-iI' East Tamiaml Trail et f Aitorn.y for" AND plaintiff TAYLOR'" i' 5 e.u MI S uo las If .".,.". Aulo, H_. \j 0...",...

City Ticket e/fire Na,le. Travel Aftmtj 4 Cenwn #4F 0p.o e 5. \ h Naples *4t Centre! Av*. 1 lI.D.l.'OT': or 1"JAEOER IN. itANCItMt'
Mon" h. "
...,,. vsa5S ... Naaln Florida | Ml 521 Olin An..,
Aut T.: (14. II. tt .24t ttttt t4 Ml f SIM. 7504 '-u.-' 'It'.1Ot


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I i Naples Players On Stage Tonight With Season Opener tI Je NtpUt 10 ,COLLIER Fl., F.IJ.yAeease COUNTY NEWS:i, IU4

e7I t e 1\1, Marion County

is. : White Schools

Admit NegroesOCALA
PIr Vi
: i.rr (AP)- The Marten
County ichool system has Inte
grated for the first time since
the early 1900s by admitting
two Negroes to previously white
rtii J "We have studied at treat
lengths the many facets of this
(Integration) problem," said
.rr .1 board chairman W. W, Griffin
1 .e .. Jr., "everybody has different
i 1 ee li .s.L 1 j..I.. r opinions, but we think we've
come to a meeting of the

1 Irs1bS..1Jx::4 Y .. minds"

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DIRECTOR Jack Randall shows the villain SMILE! Charles McCool and Jimmy COVE DESK manager Ted Lethbridge COVE OWNER Ed Schoenthaler invites UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
Jim Dun, correct use of the villain's Dun take "smiling lessons" from, Tahitian gives key to bab '.sitting suite (under haid-woiking melodrama actors to penthouse
I cape as Esther Leautt sets the mood Cove totem pole duress, ) to Esther Leautt and Charles Coke break and gets full briefing
with "boo"1 McCool providing free bab\'-sitting service on tonight's play from, Esther Leautt I
The Naples Players will take for melodrama theatie-goeis Charles McCool, Carol Lowe and Director -

f over the brand new Tahitian Cove;; Jack Randall
auditorium tonight and tomorrow sneaked In for a peak at Play Cove Restaurant at 2.8501. Join your
night for their first production er's work sessions report the Directed by Jack Randall, the leave the basic prices pegged at
((STOCK CAR RACES}) the season, "A Fate Worse than local thespians are "having a members of the cast are: Car Milk Commission 57 or 58 cents a gallon, depend. friends here
J' Death or Adrift on Life's Sea"' ball" with the old meller-dra lotta Fler the substitute heir. ing upon the part of the state, regularlyPLATE
thr '/ The same play will be presentedthe ma.Curtain ass aim heroine, Cathj'be: ryver; Meets To Approve but let them sign special "full
Friday and Saturday time Is 9 p.m both Lendahand with distributors .
following Burgess Tex Miller; New Price Scales supply" contracts
Every Saturday Nite! as well. nights Admission to the play it Cassius Carstalrs, the vLl'l.In, of a market for all their
It's the stOry of a noble heroine $1.50 with those planning to Jim Dun; Felicia Ram agate, a TALLAHASSEE (AP)>Urged milk, and the distributors could
who Is more sinned against dine as well asked to make din. wealthy woman, Esther Leavitt, by milk Interests to act swiftly bring In any additional milk his
8:00 P.M.
: than sinning. And those who have ner reservations by calling the Rodney Ranisjitc her husband, the State Milk Commission producers couldn't supply. fy.0oLUNCHES
John lamurrl; Dorothea Rams meets today to approve new pro. There was no Indication that
NAPLES SPEEDWAY gate, their daughter,C a rol Lowe; ducerJevel prices that probably the milk consumer would get
Marie, the maid: Date Price;; will be lower than those now much benefit out of the price
1..JJj Burger Colds Joe, Cassius' henchman, enforced reduction, whatever happens.
t "' ns art' sDSMOL It heard lengthy testimony
Admission $1.SO TION Jerry Fitch; Ada Cornell, an Thursday that some fast action
Students $1.00 DUlY elderly woman, Dorothy Share was needed to let Florida dairyfarmers
L.Jn : {.7It.i er; Jenny Und, Ramsgate's sec increasing .
Children under 12 free compete with an New Owner
Palace retary, Dotti Lee; Clarice King. volume of out.of.sUte
." don, a friend of Dorothea, Rose milk.
lamurrl; Slick Carter a famous Some of RUBY ROSBOUGH
I detective, Charles McCool the dairy farmers ttaa ArrivilI
EAST NAPLESON proposed that the commission
Iljtler-1I THE TRAIL reduce by two or three cents a
Longest Filibuster gallon the prices they are paid

P' Longest filibuster in the by They distributors suggested for about bulk 55 milk cents I Ilrt Stay! RUBY'SBAR
HOURSWhere I history of the United States
lqlt'1. I to allow them some profit and
iI' I Senate began on February 29, still enable them to
r. compete in & GRILL
... ...
the Coffee II Just THE FINEST 1900, and lasted for 125 hour price with the Imported milk.

5c BURGER IN TOWN and 31 minutes according to Other distributors, however, 2100 E. Tamiami Trail
the Encyclopaedia Britannica. said the commission should




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sound like they're far behind boatNew
. so quiet, they your

silence from SOUND engineering New Mercs have a sound capsule cowling (metal, And to top it off, the new Mecca have an elastically the Mere 900 The fuel economy of this powerful new
not plastic) that is elastically isolated from both the isolated steering arm to present sound from traveling Mere surpasses competitors'90's and even competitors'
Mercury engineering! has developed sound a new like silencing powerhead and the drahaft housing This fireout through the steering mechanism to the boat 75 hp outboards. In power at the prop,it is second only
system that makes the new Mercs they'refar proof cowling does not broadcast the sound from to the 100 hp Mere 1000. And, of course, it has Mere
the Merci couldn'thave
Yes, 6Oc but it
Mercs new
... away. The new four- and six-cylinder are are %: quieter new silencing
actually 60% quieter. the engine been done with an ordinary outboard. It had to system
All connections for control cables and fuel hoses start with the engine: All of the 1965 Mercs have been restyled and the
Anyone can silence a motor by wrapping enough fat higher models have lower NewMere'
are inside the capsule and the openings are sealed horsepower a profile
In-line 4> and 6-cyltndcr design! with inherent
padding around it but we didn't want to
such smoother-action
engineering as
with neoprene closures. The sound from the powersmooth balance. gearshifts
slim, trim lines . Merc'ssilencing
or performance head is effectively trapped inside the cowlingMercury with tremendous saltwater resistance, new
system required redesigning, new engineering Small bore and short stroke with smaller and valves, and redesigned cowls, drive shaft housings and
. from top to bottom Here's how we did i Its used a completely I I new principle I I .: a wall 1 lighter pistons, connecting rods and wrist pins for exhaust systems make the 1965 Mercs the newestof
water . to silence the exhaust The engine's discharged lower disturbing forces in outboardmg
cooling water is used to surround Merc's new
internal exhaust pipe and prevent exhaust noise from OJttt wrist pins that eliminate piston slap Sound engineering at Mercury again brings you the
f; escaping through the drive shaft housing Smaller parts*ith tighter! throughout the engine.! highttt horsepower, the widest itltction ofoutboards power and
? the IT tat/tit fuel economy. . in that are
t This same wall of water, pressing against the sides Power-Dome combustion chambers that "squish"the 50';; quieter You'll get more boating fun and even
) of the drive shaft housing damps out the sound resulting fuel-air mixture and smooth out combustion more RUN for your money with the 1965 Mercs . .

l from mechanical vibration roughness. 100, 90, 65, 50, 35, 20, 9.8, 6 and 3.9 horsepower
ft fv f' t t Mercury's exclusive Jet-Prop was all-important to Flex-plate flywheels that reduce the normal working

I I ft this new silencing system Exhaust gases and sound noises of the crankshaft. .

are now carried directly from the powerhead. down Internal reed >valves .sealed inside the crank-
the internal exhaust pipe and out through the Jet- f case to make them quiet.
\ x ... ""I. Prop . where they are unceremoniously buried deep -
9w ? Full-Jeweled construction throughout the
., "'$ R; 1 under*ater.

-' ."J' '* Merc's Dyna-Float, aircraft-type suspension system More power from SOUND engineering In EHCURY

: / .; 'f, : keeps vibration from passing through the clamp The silencing of the Merc is just part of the news for 8 19(4.K.MhMfw Conxx.bon, fond to Uc,WMCCOMI,tntf Toronto,
,. _I' ..<< : ,<... M brackets to the boat. 1965. Mercury has a brand new 90 hp outboard . Subudiwv el SnmtvMk CotporiMA.I .

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