Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: September 1, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Commissioners Delighted

IoquingRepoilet! Gator Alley Bonds

QUESTION: How did you earn
your first dollar?

\I Sold At Good RateResults '

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j of the $17 million had set this figure possibly as unless the expressway was to ty 1 'I,.. ,si

bond sale to build 'AlligatorAlley" high as $6.5 millions. completed within a stipulated

iJI I was cause for a smiling Collier County was repre- number of years.It .
County Commission at this sented at yesterday's sale In appeared changes in the ; J va y N!" ..' i

hi morning's session of the board. Tallahassee by Commission deeds will\ pot be a problemnow

The bonds were sold yesterday Chairman Dewey Polly, Com- as the bonds have been (r"t t ,r

..;,. . .A ;,.... In Tallahassee at an Interestrate missioner Glenn Allen, County sold and one contract already t <
of 3.716 Harmon Turner, Circuit let. > .
"- .' per cent. Engineer
::.:, .t.. ,., /PA lU. ..'...,' Bond experts told commis- Clerk Margaret Scott, and The State Road Departmenthas _iI

I ; ._ '. .., .. ....4. sioners this Interest rate on Deputy Clerk Caroline Spor- already let contract for Lk V J ALONG
... .. . .. }r' :; t road bonds low
',' ... building was as the first 27 miles of the toll ,
+ a ben.The .. .. _
.a f-to! rw 4 ,... _
::!" .'.... .'I': as anything to be found in the bonds we re purchased by road, all of It In BrowardCoun- :r

;::":../ij.. .:.'.:. ...:: :1..n"'. United States.Reviewing the New York and firm Associates.The of Smith. ty. The contract went to Cone LINE OF KIPS trittluM for free fond noru-d 111'| In-. :Naplos J.ivcees -
the contract let on Barney, Blythe Bros. Construction Co of I
at eighth flnmiiil "Ki AD MILLER August 25 for 27 miles of the low Interest rate will\ enable Tampa for $5.5 million. that about 500 buy ft, Mint trill showed\ liP (iNKWS: : photo)
Realtor expressway In Browaro Countyat a reduction In other estimates A 10-mile stretch this side

a bid of about $8.5 million of bond Indebtedness and of Highway 29 In Collier Coun- .." MUGETTING
"I can tell you In a Jiffy. war another reason for smilesof yearly obligations.TIDE ty was planned to be up for .7 last-

My first dollar was earned as the commissioners. Engin contract letting on August 25, "\; 9'4:'!: t ' Who Goofed
a page boy In a session of the eers' preliminary estimates HAS TURNEDCommissioners but wan held up because of -.Cotto. I Inrltf

Indiana State Legislature. I reviewing unfinished negotiations with the 81g; lAIr ,
was six years old at the time." the struggle to build the ex- ACL Railroad. Commissionershope II( watt

presswaywith opposition which to see this stretch up for 'E'.eeu, PuILII ! Over Cleo?

--- -- Ar ridThe extended the battle over a period' contract bidding by mid-September SULfUr.+.s. aWl "t } f
of expressed the ,
years 1(' 11t.r
opinion this morning, "perhapsthe Collier has acquired wliOC'WVM I t ( >
County MIS ....., Fwi. George SmatluMS has askpj .
breaks are beginning to (favor :: < upwards of 82 per cent of the I for an Investigation Into "r*-
us." rights-of-way across the coun- ,;fwaTJ "'*"m,1St'a ..a. polled nithlnform.illoii"" given

Turner reported that the State ty for the expressway, and are IIIJI1wIltlr I t ; by (lie weather bureau about
or Road Department had Indicated pushing further settlements. t4/yflCafflh' j'j'llAlIlIUU Hurricane Cleo'i effect on South
rlfyr IIIll I,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS refusal to accept rightsofwaydeeds The toll way will extend eastward .i& '4 rlorl By 1. ,
which Dunn chief forecasterof
} contained a rever- from Airport Road across Cordon ,
ter clause,which stated the land Collier and Broward Counties, 'AI .+ the Miami Hurricane Center,
MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet 'J would l
aid IIP have no commenton
press commemorated today the grants would return to ownersROBERT and will intersect with High- ? .. t Smathers' request for an In.

45th anniversary of the founding ways 84 and 27 at Andytownin -- .
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of the UJS. Communist party Broward County wrote Robert M.

with an article on how tough It : : rJltINt r1"f: White, weather bureau chief In
Is to be a Communist In the r .w t. Washington, Monday that It has
United Slates been "brought to my attentionby
The article, by American Key Officials 9A pus r many persona and news r..
Communist leader Elizabeth
? port that there was a lack of
Curley Flynn, ,appeared In information and even com ml*.
t Pravda official vole of the So. Here ThursdayFor
.V Information** III the court and
-- - -- vlet Communist'Ierty* p 1' r I velocity of the wind*. ."
MRS. CASEY MILLER She wrote that FBI agents fol.. Tide Study tJ..a. The storm raked l Miami with

Member, Council low American Communists ev.erywhere. I .;.. winds gusting to 133 miles an
"Their mall Is
I ).,' hour early Thursday morning
opened and read. Party mem. NAPLES Vthnl make
"I 1 can't remember operatingany bers under FBI surveillance lost gymnodmlum bivl bloom* .
lemonade stands when I their Jobs. Spies are InfiltratedInto .
t. Member of a upeclul governor'
was a child. I think my first the party to testify against committee. the slate cabinet COMFORTABLE: umh-r Jal'cel'a"'Kids: Biggest AugustYet

dollar was earned writing a Communist at trial.."' J 1Jnet s and the touimt Industry Hill gather Feed'Sijrn are four! hungry boys.l From left they

bridge column for the Colum- ,i n In Naples! Thursday to hear a are Joey Grntton, lion I Rose! Chris Croak and For County

bus, Ohio Citizen. I didn't NEW .. riport on a S.50XK( > I'IRlIl'til John Johnson! Javceos on the semiiir line Hit in
try to tell readers how to play Pakistan DELHI has ,accepted India (AP India's) itudy seeking the Hinmer lo that background, and other kids sit In high places to Building

bridge just who played and how suggestion to the U.N. Security :;' puzzler The meeting li at 4 p,mal enjoy lunch ( NKWS: photo) Dept.Collier .
they played. Council for a gentlemen's
06LKEY brevm! li a lltllertvHlure County building of.
to avoid clashes
Inhabiting rmntal water fl.e. .lphule,1 along the cease ftrs line In dl.
who irpmrtiirllve rsm Homer L. sot In the fI'lllIrtment'li rive
1101'1 tan R Jones Joins
vlded Kashmir, a Foreign Mln.
Istry spokesman said today. Robert Olskey pose every now and thon When year history, an value of build
hr mIMI, the ,,..1111 "t hi. pnpuln- till |'lffl mite rear hed a total of
The agreement follows sever.
Him evplmion I I. fad tide Red Uric I3I3.C09.
al months of almost dally firing VictimA
Drowning kill fmh mid leaves them piledon Tim $100,000 figure was ex.rewind .
along the U.N. cease-fire line. School l
Pakistani officials reported to. I Ihe hore County SystemHomer on t the final''' day of the
mild month when Building Offl\<'lal Carl
day that 13 Indian soldier were requiem mass for Robert After the heat l outbreak a --. -
i: killed In a weekend clash Olskey, 11, who was drowned murk In Tampa Buy In early Clemmer Issued a permit to
while swimming Monday night 11! the LoRlitlHture nppmprlnlod L. Jones a former tin and MarshallCollege In Lan MKhlgan Count ru< lion Co, for
of an IIS,000 rel lmi>"e at Immo.
off a salinity dam in the Golden $2)0000 (for a two-year study county superintendent of Caster Pa.
MOSCOW AP The Soviet the mnoclmlitm brevl Robert and has four kalee for Frank Dutton.Thlt .
( ) Gate canal will be held at 9 p schools in Charlotte County, Jones Is married
Union's 63 million students re. M, Ingle, director of the Florida has the staff children, three daughters and a irmlt olio made Immo.
turned to school today as the o'clock Thursday morning In St. Board of Consemtlon, will report Joined supervisory .6n. Florida kalee the nuclei area In the
long summer vacation came to Ann's Catholic Church. Father lo the Governor I Red Tide Ad- In the Collier County school Twoaregraduates comity in new <'onstru< lion dun
an end. J.H. Lang will say the mass. vUory Committee III l the Naples system and will be In charge State Universityoiieagr- big August Eighteen hermits i
Soviet youngsters must attend Interment will be In Naples meeting on (he firnl half of that of instructional materials and duate of the University of South were 'lnueil for $119,030 worth

school for 10 years starting at Memorial Gardens. study research Florida, and the fourth senior of work at Immokalee, omjared

u the age of 7, although many go The boy, a pupil at Lake Ken Voudburn biologist at the In this position, Jones will at the University of Florida, to $110,140 for North Nlltles| ,
to kindergarten.The Park School, had gone swimming boatd marine lalwinlory In St.PelMiliuiji give attention to textbooks, attendance He Is a past president of the $04,000 for East Naples' $12,099for
Soviet Union counts ev. with Dewey Anderson, Bald the cause of the reporting National Puma Cords Lions Club, past lal** of Capri, and $4,800for

eryone a student who receives Dennis Crews and Casey FlckeyIn red tide organliini population expliMion Defense Education Act 111. grand master In the I.O.O.F., GolfJnn Gate
itlll' bra not \been pinned number of rtesldmittal construction, as
some sort of Instruction, wheth.er NDEA V, audio-visual educa- and a member of r
the canal about a quarter ofa But In Ingle'* report, he usual ounted
In a university classroom orby down fraternities. II" i for the major
REV. ROBERT F. MARTIN mile east of the Gordon River Mid there! flay \be hvpotheit tion library, and do researchwork' portion of the month' total.
correspondence course.CHARLOTTETOWN .
First Baptist Church"I Robert ,and Casey both went or t two' ofleied about tome of the in each of the fields. He has been a contributor There, were 19 housing starts,
under the boiling water at the baolc ('IIU_ The new department head has to the American School Hoard with a tidal estimated building

cannot recall my first Prince lip of the weir at about the same The Plot'Ida niurtv( the most l In. had 13 yearsexperlenceashlgh Journal and a member of rout oi $222,840. Three rommer.
dollar earned, but my most Edward Island (AP) Canada time Dewey and Dennis pull- It'nol\'e known to \\ondlnun pro school principal, six of them "Who's Who In American Education clal ,fiermlt. *.led up to $30,600, ,
memorable dollars were earn- will celebrate Its centennial In ed Casey out, but were unableto mines. In be 01| widespread Inter 'at BrooksvilleFla.,$nd served ." one duplex $10,824 one motel
ed on a Pennsylvania farm, 1967, but not so Prince Edward locate Robert fill Red tide oifurf all 0thl' as Charlotte County supe rlmen- His hobby Is fishing. $1,740, two /publli\ wot k* permits
picking potatoes working on Island It began Its celebration The Flckey boy was rushedto ",midA dent of schools 1953-'61. He $3,I'0, 12 alteration and addl.
today. rnent' mMhrenk' on the Call tlonl $25,840, sod ilx mlirell.ane .
hands and knees under a has been teaching mathematicsin
my This Is the centennial of the Naples Community HospitalIn fotnla ('',,,.1 led thouiHnfti of toni It's Official u $14,073.
broiling sun. I am pleased to day In 18(4 when the province's a state of shock, about 6 of deed! fiat rolling on the beeches the Charlotte County school l There were 4] permits Issued
say I have always, even when founders came ashore o'clock last night but was released between Ln Angeles" und Santa I system since completing his second Naples Building In August New construction per.

just a boy, given one-tenth and Prime Minister Lester B. to his pa rents this morn- Cruz. The r lifmnld tide "In'I term as superintendent. mils In August last year totaled
: more of earnings to Christ- Pearson and 10 provincial pre. rushed by Rvmnortlnlum brats, This summer he attended a Over $10 MillionThe $238,878. For the ftntlwo-lhirds
ian work through my church.. mien reenacted the landing Ing.Deputy she riffs,city firemen woodburn Mid!. but probably by National: Science Foundation of 1944, the building total In the
members of the Naples police one of his relative*." Mathematics Institute at Frank City M Naples'> first $10,. unin orporated area of the county
department Joined the search About 10 years ago, science discovered 000,000 building year was assure Is 92,239,249. tait year' com.
MIAMI (AP) The 0. 8. for the Olskey boy with the mnodmlum brevli. ed this morning when the City Arable figure was 1195885.
Nr Weather Bureau said today Whet irleniw:' Hill haunt dlncov- Building Department processed
aid of
volunteer scuba
signs of circulation were report. divers ered I II the thing or condition s $33,874 dwelling permit, lift.
In weather 1,000 miles Muddled waters made it Impossible log the 1964 total to $10,023,980.
ed a area that thgsen: a bloom of 10 mno- State
east of Trinidad In the British to see, It was said. dlnium brt'\ II, a frenzy of repro- \Unofficial construction figures SecretaryTom
West Indies. Finally about 8:30 o'clock dUl11on for August showed a total of $!,. Adams In

Reconnaissance planes were last night DePUty She riff Hooker The culpilt I I. 11'a)1 pre.ent In 932,431, the fourth consecutive
scheduled: to probe the area at Brown and Naples Fire Chief the Gulf of Mexico, Under: normal month over $1,300,000. For Just Naples TomorrowA

r noon. Pearlie Riner, using grappling condition you find 1.000 of themIn the last four fat months, Build.
l hooks, found the body about 200 a quart of .ater When a P Ing Official Bert Plnkston has Dutch real breakfast at
P feet'west of the dam. bloom suns, the rate ,home upward signed permits adding up'191 17.. ,. which Secretary of State Tom
li Charles HolleyTo 49U38 .... *. Adams will be the principal
Robert was born in Warren fantaitirally When you get
lI i :r.nnoo per quart fish die During (hue four months,per.mill speaker will be held al the bland
Meet Press Pa., and made his home with The ties turn red The onran- ,+- have teen Issued for $2. Hut ot the Old Cove Inn at 8 a.m.
his mother,M rs.Eloise Olskey, hem releae" neiirofo\ln Into the 438,361 worth of residential con. Oil Wednesday, SeptemberZ, K
I Here Tomorrow 1064 22nd Avenue, and two sisters vater This pant\tea the retp'ra-'! sturctlon, $1,1(3,306( In commer has been announced by H.B Wat.

Barbara and Judy. He is tory *>II..m. of flrt! killing them, clal building, and $3471,294 In bins Jr.Watkins.
Rep. Charles E. Holley of also survived by a half sister, Along the shore. the neuroloxln apartnjent-biiUdlng construction. said the purpoaeof
Petersburg,Republican can- Mrs. Anna Van Hall of Naples. |I. taporlied ny the surf cu lngInflimatlon There were 19 housing startsIn meeting will\ be to give Collier
't > didate for governor of Florida, Father Lang will conduct a of the mucus membrane August, adding up to estlmat. Countlans, both Democrat and

will be a guest of Mr and Mrs. ritual prayer service at Ti30 In human who itray too ed construction: costs of $552,. Republicans, an opportunity to

,, / DON WYNN Don T.1 ones,60S Banyan Blvd.. o'clock Wednesday night In the clone 064. Commerlcal building total. near the Secretary of Slate, who
Sunshine Suprex Market\ tomorrow and win hold a press chapel of the Richard A. Pitt- But the main eminent I II dead ed $274,300, apartments $844,. has no opposition la the general
the outbreak, 294, alteration additions $38,.
/ conference lOo'clocktomor flah\ During 1959 election and ak any questions
at 'Funeral Home. Friends
man the heaviest' for Florida In recent 140, and miscellaneous $23,433. the may have concerning: Made
"I made first dollar pickIng row morning at the Jones home.UM. can at the funeral home
my may year. thousands of ton of dead At the end of August, the 1964 partment.The .
strawberries at the age of Hern. Collier County from 2 to S o'clock Wednesday flfh piled up One concentration building figure was $9,988,506,
eight. I was 'paid two cents chairman expected to be present afternoon and from 7 to 9 sported floating\ m the gulf was with four months yet to go this cOlt of breakfast will be

per quart basket" and to confer with Holley. o'clock Wednesday night. described a* 140 mile square, HOMER L. JONES year, $1 per person, Watkins said.

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2 rI LI.IU: COUNTY NEWS Niplw, Florid/ Tu.id.y' ,: S' ''''b.r I. | i4 Mark 25th Anniversary Of

Cost Of lying Takes. German Invasion Of Poland

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learned from horrible expel.
AP) -
WARSAW, Poland ( fence and their whole longing is

Biggest Jump Of' Year ny's The 25th invasion annlversarj of Poland) of 0rm-II-the to "We achieve Germans a true will peace.be special.

fateful start of World War
of the disaster
Po. ly reminded Is recalled today in
By SAM DAWSONAP benefits were passed along,,.bjr land being with rallies speeches and 1939, which was unleashed in
Business News Analyst utility companies to theirscus.! our name by a brutal ruler. We

NEW YORK (AP) The cost tomers. S'ff* mourning are appearing must own up to this historical
.... Top Polish leaders
of has Also worrisome Is that the Labor "
living taken Us biggest Warsaw fact
jump in a year. One reason It Department's index of ... ,...,'' at the former free Anniversary rallies also were
and Gdansk
that It's summer, and some wholesale prices, usually a se. M. in It was In Danzig held Monday. The Polish Press
prices chiefly food date statistic has been unusual. ell) of Danzig. said the largest gatherIng .
normally go sounded at Agency
that the first
up In hot weather. ly active in the last two weeks ::: : % 1939 when the was at Bytom, Upper Slle.
e : 4:45 a.m. Sept. I, ,
Statisticians scoff at the Idea and month on the upside. : German cruiser Schleswlg-Hol. sla, attended by 100,000 persons,

that the culprit now Is the Inflation Whether this foreshadows a stein shelled Westerplatte, a Edward Glerek, a member of

that some economists have further rise in consumer, or re. tiny Polish enclave across the the Polish Communist party's
been warning might follow the tall, prices is yet to be seen. Politburo, told the rally "We
federal Income tax cut. Nary a In the latest week the farm Bay of Danzig Chancellor bow our heads to all our sisters
In West German,
sign of that as yet, they say products component rose 2.2 Erhard observed the and brothers who fell In the de.
The rise In the consumer points, processed foods l.S Ludwig declaring that Cense of this fatherland In that

price index was even worse last points and Industrial commodl. anniversary Germans want by nothing more to unequal fight."

summer, well before the tax ties 0.1 point Glerek said Poland's securitynow

cut. Earlier this year when the The consumer price Jump, do with war. speech Monday, is guaranteed by the "ma.
z In radio
sa a
tax cut was first expected and both this summer and last, "The Germans terlal and defensive strength of
Erhard said
then an actuality, the cost of liv. looks like this on the Bureau of M certain have the entire Socialist (Commun.
ing slowed its habitual climb almost Labor Statistics index, where e.k at4 + of this I am 1st) camp, especially of the So.

to crawl. the 1857-59 average registers as "" viet Union."

But the costlier items in this 100: At dusk In Warsaw Mondaj)

summer's budget are visible to AU Items in July 1964 were ;1t night, a solemn roll call of sol.

the housewife and the family In. 108.3 per cent of the base years, .. diers who died In the earl;

come provider. Almost all the meaning that the same things Khanh Sick hours of the war was read at the

classifications in the consumer you could buy for $100 in the '. tomb of the Unknown Soldierby
: .
price index are higher this year. base years now costs you t' Gen. Jozef Dzladura, Sole exceptions are gas, electricity $108.30. In June 1063 the Index mander of the Warsaw garrison

and other fuels. Here the stood at 108.0. In July 1963 the South Viet After each name, drums beat a
tax cut is given much of the index figure was 107.1 and in mEA Telephoto) funeral cadence and a milltan
credit, since in some cases the June 1963 It will 08 6.
In both summers food was the CLEO TilE WRECKER-Twenty old-model cargo planes stored at Miami International Airport were destroyed by hurricane honor guard chanted", 'they fell

chief troublemaker for the Cleo. Damage estimated at $50 million was done along Florida Gold Coast on the field of glory
Polish Defense Minister Mar.
household budget This July the Calm Again shal Marian Spychalsky Mon.
food index was 107.2 from
day was permitted to use the
June's 106.2. In July Did Not Favor Forced
a year ago Always oLBJ's Soviet government
Food newspaper
LBJ Signs the index figure was 106.2, the SAIGON, South Viet Nam IzvestU to remind the RussiansIt
same as this June, having risen (AP)-.Ullng Premier Nguyen
was their secret who
Plan For from June 1963's index of 105.2. Khanh hopes to return to workin Mice
weakened the Polish Communist
Stamp Both this summer and last the a few days. During his ab.
party on the eve of World War
other Items were either stableor relative calm has prevailed .
sence, a
Show II by killing many of Its leaders.
Needy FamiliesWASHINGTON moved only slightly higher. Speeches but student leaders

Except for the seasonal ups threaten new mass demonstra.

(APTannedand and downs of food prices, the tions. Communist guerrillas appear .

rested after a long week. steady climb In the cost of llv. to be marking time.

end on his Texas ranch, Presl. ing has been in the prices of Khanh's health broke duringthe NY DemosTo

dent Johnson summoned Demo. services. This component of the His Views On Issues government crisis last week,
cratlc congressional leaders to Index has risen from the 195 and he was temporarily re.

the White House today for an average of 100.3 to 113.0 last placed by a civilian, Dr Nguyen

early morning review of leglsla. year.This Xuan Oanh, who became acting

tlve strategy say the statisticians!Following are the views nf Pres. cause It Is a disease of the ma. more. It Is time now to write the the(:: University of California at premier Name

Congress Is heading towarda isn't Inflation It'. just a ident Johnson on a variety of is. Jorlty, endangering minority next chapter, and to write It In 1 Los Angeles, Johnson said U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D.
close, and with the election pinching of the pocketbook sues, as expressed in speeches, groups the books of law" "The contest In which South Taylor visited Khanh Mondayat

approaching, Johnson Is eager you're supposed to accept even magazine articles, news confer. "When we of the South arise On July 2, as he signed the Viet Nam Is now engaged is Dalat, a mountain resort

for passage of that part of his if you can't Ignore it. ences and other public remarksand here to speak against the civil civil rights bill, Johnson said j I first and foremost a contest for where Khanh went after last RFK TodayWASHINGTON

program that remains in the messages rights proposals, we are not "Americans of every race and I themselves. But those engagedIn week's Roman Catholic Buddhist

legislative mill. AGRICULTUREIn speaking against the Negro color have worked to build a na. external direction and supply rioting. Taylor said the

Monday night, a scant nan a nationwide television race. We are not attempting to tton of widening opportunities. 'would do well to remember that premier expected to return to (AP) New

hour after a helicopter deposit. Claims Yanks' broadcast April 24, 1858, speak. keep alive the old names of Now our generation of Amerl. I this type of aggression Is a deeply Saigon within a few days "and York Democrats prepared today

ed him on the White House Ing In reply to a speech by Pres. hatred and bigotry. We are, In. cans has been called on to con. dangerous game." resume his formal duties" as to hand Atty. Gen. Robert

grounds, the President signed (Ident Dwight D. Eisenhower on stead, trying to prevent those tinue the unending search for In III June 3, 1964, news confer head of the government 'I F', Kennedy their senatorial

Into law a priority measure ap. Digging Holes his veto of a Democratic farm flames from being rekindled. Justice within our borders." enre, he said: Two Viet Cong companies am. 'nomination while, in Michigan,

proved by the Senate and the bill, Senate Majority Leader We are trying to tell the rest of On July 28, 1964, In a speechto "It may be helpful to outline bushed a government patrol In 'I Uo Democratic congressmen

House a nationwide fond Better Than AidSAN Johnson said the nation that this is not the a group of educators at the four basic themes that governour Klen Phong province Sunday 'clashed in a primary expectedto
stamp plan to Improve the diet "Since 1052, wages have gone way to accomplish what so White House, Johnson said policy In South Asia. and one American officer was test the potency of the white

of needy families. BRUNO Calif. (AP) UPI; corporate dividends have many want to do for the Ne. "We must and shall maintain "First, America keeps her wounded during 80 minutes of :backlash.
Senators and House members An American digging a hole gone up; the entire national In. gro. respect for law and order In word. fighting Six Vietnamese sol. Kennedy, 38, was considered
were called to the executive makes more friends than for. come has gone up. But the In. In a speech at San Angelo America, but democracy never "Second, the Issue Is the future dlers were killed and 11 wound. virtually certain to win the nod

mansion to stand beside John elgn aid, says the oldest coupleIn come of the farmer has gone Tex, Dec. 12, 1958,Johnson said has and never will solve Its of Southeast Asia as a ed In the engagement, about 80 at the state Democratic convene

son during the traditional sign the Peace Corps after a 20. down 26 per cent he was opposed to forced Inte. problems at the end of a billy whole. miles west of Saigon. :Ion to oppose Republican Sen.

ing ceremony The President, month assignment In the Peru. "The worker who Is making.gratlon, but he added club. Our land Is young, our "Thld, our purpose Is peace Otherwise, the Viet Cong have Kenneth B. Keating, 64. Rep.

who Is certain to campaign on a vlan slums. refrigerator and television sets "We're a little late in our sec. Strength Is great, our course Is "Fourth, this Is not Just a Jungle shown little activity, but trouble Samuel Stratton, however, con.

promise of additional welfare Chester Wiggins, 67, a former will sooner or later be out of tlon In recognizing that all piefu,,4rwmrunyet/ there I* dls. ,war, but a struggle for free. was expected. One American tlitued to wage what most observers .

legislation,. called then.w law cpnetructtoltengineer, and W s work If there Is no one to buy are created equal., Nwlsnithel(( opntent among fey people dom on every front of human adviser said, "It always takes saw as a futile battle to
Viet week so to
the Cong a or
"one of ,our ''mo.") valuable wife Barbara, 65, a teacher, re. refrigerators and television hotheads ort both' llaeswoul'dgive Teaching' 'through our whole so I internal trou.
sets. But If the farmer can't In a news conference July 24 react exploit
for the to clety. In 16th District on
weapons war on pover. turned home Monday and are us a chance evolve a so. Michigan's ,
make a living, the farmer can't CUBA 1964, Johnson was asked about ble on the government
ty awaiting their Peace Corps dls. lutlon to this problem. the outskirts of Detroit, Reps.
Promoted also by his prede.> charge. buy these things. U he can't buy In explaining his vote for the In a speech March 24, 1984, to proposals for a 14.natlon confer Intelligence reports estimatedthat John Leslnskl of Dearborn and
the late them, that cuts the market 1957 the AFL.CIO Building and Con. ence on Southeast Asia He more than 20,000 Viet Cong of Detroit
cessor, President JohnF. Their assignment was to help civil rights bill, Johnson John Dlngell squared
in the Saigon area
Kennedy, the food stamp>, some of the poor people of Are down. And that means workerswill said, "I voted for the cIvil rights struct Ion Trades Conference In said: are gathered off In a battle brought about by
be thrown out of Jobs. "But we do not believe In a and there were fears they might
plan permits qualifying familiesto qulpa. bill because I think everyone Washington, Johnson departed reapportionment of Michigan's
strike at the capital.
buy $10 worth of food stampsfor "We've made more friends "The farmer's Income must ought to have the right to vote, from his prepared text to say conference called to ratify ter. congressional seats.
$6 on the average. Then they than aid ever got," they said. be bolstered, not only for the whether he's white or brown or this about Cuba ror, so our policy Is unchanged.For Two other Americans, an offi. Although neither stressed civ.

can use the stamps in the cor. "We lived In a barrlada, a farmer's sake, but for your black.In "The water problem that dls. 10 years, and In three dif cer and an enlisted man, were II rights, the Issue became an
when their
ner grocery for many more squatter's settlement," added sake. Otherwise we may spin early 1959, Senate Majority turbed us at Guantanamo was ferent administrations, the Unit. injured Sunday Jeep Inevitable part of the campaignwhen
food Items than the surplus Wiggins "There are about 57 into another depression." Leader Johnson came up with solved not by a battalion of ed States has been committed to hit a mine on a highway 20 Leslnskl voted against the

commodities they have had to i, barrladas In Arequipa and all 55 In a message to congress on his own civil rights proposals, Marines bayoneting their way In the freedom and the Indepen.den miles west of formed Saigon. 1964 Civil Rights Act-the only

carry from the distribution cen. Peace Corps volunteers lived in Agriculture, Jan. 31, 1964, John. including a provision for a Com. to turn on the water, but we e of South Viet Nam In Council The newly of Leadership students Northern Democrat to do so.
ters. Sponsors stressed both the them Ion said munlty Relations Service. He sent a single admiral over to cut helping others to help. them. Saigon The district is approximately
threatened demonstra.
convenience and the variety of Their little room attracted the "The agricultural commodity explained this In a Texas radio it off 1 can say to you that our selves mass 90 per cent white and most of
dons if the three ruling
foods. curious who came by each day programs developed during the speech, Feb. 8, 1859s base is self-sufficient. By lean "In those 10 years we have generals country's appoint men to the it has been represented until

Where instituted It is now to peer in ana watch. past 30 years have served us "Basically, the duty of the readiness, a source of danger taken whatever actions were promised National Assemblywho now by Leslnskl, who like Din.

in operation In 43 counties and When they arrived in the rlty well. They are now an indtspen. Community Relations Service and disagreement has been re. necessary, spending men and are unacceptable to the stu. gell is the son of a former con.
will be sable bulwark of our agrlcultur.al would be to conciliation moved." supplies for different specific .
expanded greatly by the of 112,700 located at 9,000feet provide dents.In gressman.The
new law the stamp plan re. in southern Peru there was economy. Without them our assistance where conflicts re. On April 20,1964, speaking to purposes at different times. We addition to appointingOanh term backlash Is used to
the food supply would be much less are the annual meeting of The Asso. shall! stick to that policy and we
places old system of dls.trlbutlng little water, no bathrooms, no gardlng rights the triumvirate agreed to designate white opposition to
secure than It is today threatening to dls. elated Press in New York, he >shall continue our effort to makeIt
surplus staple food to sewers, and no schoolhouse disrupting or appoint a representative Na. Negro civil rights gains.
"But they are In need of Im. had this to about Cuba even more effective"
needy families. "We started out on the ground rupt peaceful relations in the say tlonal Assembly within two In statewide primary con.
The new program Is expected under the only tree In our bar. provement. New conditions arts. community." "The use of Cuba as a base
months. The assembly is tests, three Republicans! were
to cost $25 million the first year, liada," said Mrs. Wiggins of her Ing from the technological revo. As vice president, In a speech for subversion and terror Is an Istanbul (formerly Constan posed to elect a new chief sup.of trying for the senatorial nomination .
973 million the second, $100mll. class of 75 children. "Then we lutlon In agriculture present a at Wayne State University, obstacle to our hopes for the 'tinoplel) is one of the oldest state. to run against Demo.

lion the third and $200 million found a building without a roof; special challenge challenge Mich., Jan 6, 1963, Johnson dls. hemisphere. Our first task must cities in the world. cratlc Sen. Philip A. Hart In
the fourth. then we moved Into one with a tjased upon the problems of cussed the Civil War and said be, as It has been to isolate November.

The President spent three door; and finally, with a loan abundance rather than scarcity "Today, as then, we are en. Cuba from the lnter-American Gov. George Romney, seek.

days on his ranch near Johnson from the Peruvian governmentto "We must also look beyond I gaged In a great struggle. We system, frustrate Its efforts to Ing his second term, was ex.

City, having headed for It Fri. the city, we got a regular agriculture to rural America asa 1 too hear counsel urging res.i destroy free governments, and pected to win an easy primary
day afternoon after addressing schoolhouse. whole. Fifty-five million i I tralnt and urging delay. We too expose for all to see the uglinessof victory over George Higgins

the Democratic National Com. Wiggins helped put up some Americans live In rural areas, are counseled that for the gov.I communism. That policy Is The Democratic nominee, Rep.

mlttee in Atlantic City 500 water tanks, over 3ooOCIII". Too many of them have not ha I eminent of the United States to working The problems of this Nell F, Staebler, Is unopposed.

Johnson's running mate, Sen. pools, 300 new homes, and 150 an opportunity to acquire the' concern Itself with the equality hemisphere would be far more The New York contest marks
Hubert H. Humphrey, and Mrs. new bathrooms as well as a education, skills and earning t of Its citizens Invites the risk of serious If Castro sat In the cou" b y Kennedy's first bid for elective

Humphrey returned from the modern nursery in the $30,000 power which their talents war.,, impairing the chance for sue. ells of the OAS, disrupting de. office. He has moved to New
ranch Sunday night school. unto For too many of them th) cess In our struggle to uphold bate and blocking decisIonifhe York after living in Virginia

Mrs. Johnson stayed behindon "All those little aches and rural environment has proved 1 i the cause of freedom In the had open channels of trade and voting in Massachusetts,
the ranch. A spokesman said pains I had before I left-why hindrance to a full life, rathei world. and communications along but members of his family have

she wants to get some house. down there I didn't take the than the advantage It rlghtl;y "The counsel of delay is nott which subversion and terror resided in New York for years.

keeping chores done.IMMEDIATE slightest bit of notice of them," can be. We have made grea the counsel of courage. A gov.t could flow-If his economy had Republicans, at the state
said his gray.blonde wife. "The progress In recent years bu ernment conceived and dedlcat. been a successful model rather RN committee meeting Mondaythat

only pain I've got Is a little we can and must do better" ed to the purpose that all men than a dismal warning, The ef. renominated Keating,

DELIVERY! ache to get going again." CIVIL RIGHTSOn are born free and equal cannot fectlveness our policy Is more w made clear that the "carpet
March II, 1848, speaking OJ f pervert its mission by rephras. than a matter of trade rtatls. bagger" issue would be a ma.
a proposal by President Harr]y ing the purpose to suggest that tics. It has Increased awarenessof Jor
No Agreement weapon against Kennedy,
C"C1RUCKS.BEADYfbr1Jfl S. Truman for a civil rights law, men shall be free today-but difference and danger, re. oy who Is
p cf expected to resign later
There is no general agreement "This civil rights question i shall be equal a little later." vealed the brutal nature of the this week from President John.

as to the whereaboutsof brings into play all those strong; On Nov 27, 1963, In his first Cuban regime, lessened oppor.tunltles son's Cabinet.

WITH Vlnland, the region supposedly and evil forces of racial prejudice ., speech as President to a Joint for subversion, reduced GOP presidential candidate

discovered by Leif Perhaps no prejudice is so i I session of Congress, Johnson the number of Castro's followers Goldwater
Ericson. Some scholars placeit contagious or so dangerous as i said and drained the resources 4a days of up .
cruising the California
IN no further south than Lab the unreasoning prejudice "No memorial oration or eulo. of our adversaries.' coast
Monday. He plannedto
rador, others were sure it was against men because of their gy could more eloquently honor SOUTH VIETNAM kick off his

AWION Chaleur Bay or somewhere on birth, the color of their skin, or President Kennedy's memory In a news conference, Feb. 1, paign in Prescott presidential Ariz.cam.on

the coast of Nova Scotia, their ancestral background Ra. than the earliest possible pas.,,1964, asked about Gen de Thursday, ,

Maine or Boston Harbor. clal prejudice Is dangerous be._sage of the civil rights bill for Gaulle's proposal to neutralize Goldwater's opponent Presl.

which he fought so long We Indochina, Johnson said dent Johnson, returned, to the
have talked long enough In this "If we could have a neutral! capital Monday night after a
country about equal rights. We ration of both North Viet Nam
long weekend
tl in Texas.
NO EMPTY have talked for 100 years or and South Viet Nam, I am sure Johnson is expected to
11 ,, that would be considered s''m. open
TANK WORRIES his election drive with a Labor
pathetically. But I see no indl.
Day speech in Detroit.
cation of that at the moment.
e its up to ui to keep your In a speech Feb. 21, 1964, at Don't BeyA Litterbug
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READY TO GOl PERPLEXING TIMES President Johnson, happy ll l>l>v .11 II' Owners 1

ONLY $1799 NORISKCHEMICAL DODGE BOYS to have the Democratic convention behind him, l .. I'm | SfivM r

ARE FLYING and has plenty of other problems to occupy his time,

LUFF GMC CO.MOMTHCUAHAMTII. including Senator Barry Goldw ater. LBJ was photographed .
MI 2.3151 NAPLES 6 dining his weekend talks with running-

421 Ninth St., N. 572 9th North mate Senator Hubert Humphrey at the Johnson

T.uf1. Leseuee MJ 9-4141 Texas ranch.






More Cases lie Ahead ,'. i. ; v''' 1&h COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i, Florid. Tuesday, Stptombtr I >I" 5 -
t M .t't

Minors \VitlIeollol, I t" ,.' ,,. :'.' l First Movies Of Moon's

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City Court Highlightfor Surface Shown To PressWASHINGTON

toe fourth consecutive tram Johnson, 19, 207 Broad Ave1 traction, and resisting arrest. (AP) tall. Sun shadows rim the ':ra.t.ra. .
time, Municipal Court on Mon.1 nue South. Ballard told the Judge he has \ Spare science had made it pos- .
day spilled over Into the noon Newkirk and Johnson were made restitution to the ownerof \ ethic to ride a television camera Ten seconds and 48 mile trgo.
hour, prompting Judge Harold the defendant ; mack Into the moon. Five seconds Four, tir! ,
found guilty of the charge after a the property l T ;},
Smith and prosecuting attorney trial. The other two entered destroyed. The case was Incorrectly w ti0 Newsmen made the flight Fri two, one.

David Splngler to consider one guilty pleas. The Judge gave New called last week, and i- p si day by witnessing the first The film ends abruptly as
way of shortening bond showing, in movie form, of the did Ranger's _
court sessions. kirk a Way< Jail sentence, sus. forfeiture of Ballard's $275 .I. camera work
They hart tentatively decided pended on condition he observean was set aside i 1'I -J. series of lunar pictures taken by with the last effective frame

to hold plea days and trial days, 11 p.m curfewforasU>month Ulysses Williams, 32,Immoka- de Ringer 7. 3.63 miles above the moon,
with the former to consider cases period. His driving privileges lee, and Erlynne D. Hilton, !8, of a The National Aeronautics and scanning an area only 1.84 miles
in! which a guilty plea is anti. also were suspended for six 590 14th Avenue South, each paid Space Administration fashioned across
clpated. Perhaps once a month, months $5 fines for running stop sign the flve-inlnute film out of the Actually the movie appr' :ich
cases involving trials on not The Judge suspended Johnson's On similar charges, two motor 200 still photos taken by the condensing 16 minutes of ac.
-guilty pleas would be heard. driving privileges for six months. lets received suspended senten Ranger' 7's broad-scan cameras lion Into five Is much swifter
Currently, City Court Is held 1 I Casso was fined $50, and Eng. ces They were Ullle Belle during the 16 minutes before It than was Ranger's. Frames take
every other week, and all cases strom was given a 3Xday( jail Owens, 42, Immokalee, and Lamar smashed into the moon July 31. en by the camera at five-second
are calendared for the same sentence, suspended on conditionhe Yulee, 21, Copeland. In the movie each photo dls Intervals i are shown only a second .
time. The result has been that returns to his parents' homeIn solves Imperceptibly Into the and a half apart
many defendants have had to California. GAMBLING one Immediately following It, at
wait three hours or more be Three men were found guilty of the rate of 1,5 seconds per Future MeetingsOf
fore their cases come up, be. OTHER CASES; participating In a gambling gamin frame. The effect Is a startling
cause of long trials earlier Robert W. Schoenthaler, 18, of McDonald Quarters.They were ly real journey on a collision Commission
In the session. 4934 West Blvd., paid$S0fine for Robert Napolean Porter, 55, course with the moon.
driving 70 miles an hour In a 4$ River Park Apts.) John Henry When the picture starts, you May Move FasterThe
WORSE TIMES AHEAD? In other 24 McDonald Quar. SERVICE 0 NTH ESE A Patron peddle or row out to the N.utic Bar. a tail I are at an altitude of 1,299 miles
cone. speeding cases, Hampton, of
Monday's court session which Laura Roberts, 32, McDonald ters; and Manny Sanders, 42, bolt loaded with rtfreihments, which Is anchored off Ceiinatlco, an Italian retort on the above the moon opening session lu-
lasted three hours and 45 minutes Quarters, paid $15 fine, Jack McDonald Quarters. John Hen. Adriatic/ It ut.rl'to those afloat who prefer not to return to the beach for food or drink, As you watch, the pinpoints ture County Commission*
saw four and larger bubbles craters, legs will have a new look c, >r
young men con. Boswell Oliver, 32, of 943 Sixth ry Schuler of 558 13th Street
victed of being minors in poss. Street South, was fined $15, and North forfeited $25 bond, and supposedly change slowly. menclng next Tuesday.In .
esslon of alcoholic beverages, Charles Robert Holt, 19, of 1113 Louis Lee Mention, 28, Cope. Their Increase In size and num. the past anywhere fromto
The judge and attorney ex. 10th Avenue North, was found not land, was found not guilty. Try IntegrationOf 1'4 .Radio, ber Is barely discernible 45 minutes was devote) 'a
: minutes You
pressed concern that mlnor-ln. guilty. The judge withheld sentences ; ; ; pass. arejri reading of the minutes by Deputy -
possession cases may become Harry Norman Ballard, 22, of on the three men found guilty, Rural Areas miles above the moon. Clerk Rhys Peat.y. Thli
for his firm A minute and a halt to
more By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP refusal Jim Back. go.
numerous as one or more 660 Fourth Avenue South, was but warned them he will Impose : will be changed. By board action
of the City's 28 Televlslon-Radlo Writer us Is also a star In a new CBS You are now staring at a lunar
filling stations given a slx.month Jail sentence, sentence If they gamble again.
acquire licenses to sell beer by execution of It postponed from A bench warrant was Issued Of MississippiCARTHAGE HOLLYWOOD (AP) A few, show, "Gllllgan's 1.1 I a n d," surface that has become defUnltely this morning approval was
which follows more distinct that Is beginning given to a suggestion of du; hating -
the six-pack. time to time after he entered for the arrest of Larry Lee Walk. months ago an NBC vice presl., "The Famous Adventures ;i
A City ordinance in Splng. guilty pleas to drunkenness, dls. er of 3990 Trail Terrace, woo Miss. (AP) -., dent, apparently the one In I of Mr. Magoo" on the to swell and grow be 'i the minutes and mailing
ler's opinion, prohibits sale of orderly conduct, property des. failed to comply with pro.. First-grade pupils register for charge of station breaks, tele, rival network. fore your eyes. You are 423 copies to commissioners and
beer by filling stations because visions of a sentence given him public school in this rural area phoned Jim Backus, the actor This makes Backus televl. miles above the moon. others for. study l before the
such activity is not incidental last week after he was found of Mississippi today on nonr..,, who plays the voice of Mr. M.., slon's only double-threat, twonetwork Now you begin to get a sensation meeting.
to customary operations of the guilty of careless driving. glonal basis of peaceful integration ,, goo in the network's new half, performer of movement, of speed. Another change will be the
stations. The City had so ruledon New Version Of Leon Myers, 53, River Park at urban Biloxl. hour comedy starring the near It would be difficult to replace The craters expand, new dots meeting time,which was changed -
Imperial Florida Oil's ap. Apia, was fined $15 In court Civil rights leaden say at sighted cartoon character. Backus In "Mr. Magoo" since appear and quickly grow Into from 9 a.m. to 8:30.
plication for a beverage license last week but did not pay. The least three Negroes will apply. "Do you want to drop over to,, he has played It since the little small hides. The surface beginsto The Innovations were initiated
for their station at 2600 Ninth KingAndersonBill Judge upped the sentence to $15 Carthage, a town of 2,500 I Is the studio and make voice-over fellow was created as a theater take on a grainy texture
Street North. and five days In Jail when Myers the seat of Leake County, a promotion tor the end of your cartoon about 18 years ago. "I One minute to go 283 more to save time at the Com-
But Splngler received word recently appeared before him Monday. thinly populated section In east show telling the audience to AM Magoo" he says. miles mission meetings which on
Proposed stay tuned "The Famous You get the feeling almost of numerous occassions extendedto
that Imperial l Oil had ap. Nathaniel Layton 23, River central Mississippi which bor to 'Kentucky Adventures of
pealed to the state beverage department Park Apts., was fined $20 for ders on Neshoba County. where JOII..'1" asked the vice pre i. Mr. Magoo" Is a spinoft of being aboard a train rushing with late Into the afternoon.Commissioners .
which Ignored the City; WASHINGTON (AP) Ad. driving a car with an improper three civil rights workers were dent. NBC's special "Mr. Magoo'a unklacklng concern toward t appeared to
ordinance and granted Imperial ministration forces In the Sen. tag Suspended sentences were slain last June. "No," said Backus promptly. Christmas Carol,*' in which the solid wall. Those Increasingly agree that with the early start-

permission to sell beer. No sere' ate today pinned their hopes for given to two persona chargedwith Leaks County la the birth "I 1 don't want to. I don't want little character played Ebenezer rough markings on the moon ,'Ing time and elimination of the
vice adoption of a Social Security of them to stay! tuned to Scrooge During the next few glare back i
stations in Naples have sold driving without a valid li place former GOT Ross Barnett NBC I time consuming minute reading
beer health care plan this year on a want them to switch months he'll be Half a minute left
before this time, and now cense. They were John Klngsley an outspoken toe of school to CDS playing Rip Van task, most meetings could be
that revised version of the Klng.An.derson The rice president Winkle, Friar Tuck The "ground" In front of
one of them has broken Roberts, 22, Bonita integration. Barnett still faces obviously Long John you
precedent Springs ended
by noon orahonlYlhereahe -
others may follow proposal. Mary J. Vaughn, 20, of 2'1'7ZBar. federal contempt of courtcharges shaken, murmured that he'd get Silver, all the seven dwarfs, spreads out swiftly In larger de.I
The four convicted of being The new proposal was worked rett. stemming from his efforts back to Backus. He never did. Don Quixote, Captain Kldd, Cy. r.
nlnors In possession were Paul out and Introduced late Monday Willie Lee Johnson, 23, River to block integration of the The actor had t valid< reason rano, William Tell and Gunga

Casso Jr., 20, Naples Manor; after a series of fast.breaklng Park Apts., was found guilty of University of Mississippi two Din, among others, in adaptations .
conferences In the office of
of famous
Burke Wayne Newklrk, 20, 1363 drunkenness and disorderly con. years ago. stories.
Delmar;; Leroy Wesley Engstrom Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield ,duct and fined $25 and 10 days Four other all-white schools n In the comedy series "Gllll .
of Montana. All of the sentence beyond Luke County held gan's Island" Backus will be 1
Jr., 19, Naples and Gerald Ber. portions registration
; '
| Democratic vice presidential i five days were suspended for first graders last week. Al. LBJ playing a millionaire cast-away, .-
nominee Hubert H. Humphrey, i providing Johnson leaves town. though they were told to deseg. Expect one of seven survivors of a shipwreck

fresh from conferences with An assault charge against Paul regale under the same federal who continues to live in a., i AA
Platt President Johnson In Texas country club style in spite of ,"o
Benny Edward Gordon, 17, McDonald court order which opened the '
participated In the strategy ,Quarters, was dropped.An Carthage, Biloxl and Jackson his surroundings and problem of ylt

Socked With meetings.The assault-and-baitery charge e c boo I.s to Negroes, none To Get LaborEndorsement survival
revised plan was submit. against Jack Smith, 21,M cDonalci: showed up. Backus, who started his radio '
ted and made the Senate's pend. ,Quarters, was dropped after his Local leaders have urged cooperation career almost 30 years ago,
Old JudgmentAt ing business by Sen. Albert wife,the prosecuting witn..s.told by all citizens made his first television splash
Gore. D'Tenn., who had been the judge she would rather not tes. "It'. up to every Leake Cozen 11 years ago with "I Married (W rtleai
sponsoring the original Ktng.Ansderson < Monday's Juvenile Court measure as an amend- this court to take up its time and Choctaw to make the best of it.." straight man to the late Joan 'CJ
session, the first name to be men! to a House.passed bill. the time of everyone else with said an editorial In the weekly t WASHINGTON (AP) AFL. Davis The series Is still aroundin
called by Judge Richard M. It thus will be up for the Int. ,this case," the judge said. He Carthaginian by editor George, CIO leaders are expected to re-rune, and so Is another series .
Stanley was Benny M. Platt, tlal test In the Senate's ronsld. warned Smith and his wife they Keith. "If we conduct ourselves i urge some 12 million union he made later. Then there
23 old, who has been eratlon of the House bill, which had better not come before Mm properly, this whole nightmarecould i members today to vote for >are all the Magoo shows seen In
years with would raise basic Social Securl.ty again in similar circumstances.Cases be turned Into valuable,I President Johnson In Novern. 'i assorted children's hours, plus a
charged committing a serIes benefits but add no healthcare involving Frank Char, publicity for the county we all 1, While spokesmen for the big raft i of commercials starring the
of burglaries In East Na provisions.The les Foliar, charged with speed.Ing love. labor federation refrained from
ples.The King.Anderson proposal, and John Francis Haley, Although it Is not generally r predicting endorsement of John.
Judge, acting as county pushed by Democrats for sever charged with drunkenness, were known, Negroes and whites; son In advance of the Executive
Judge In this particular case, al years would provide hospl.tallzatlon continued until the next court have attended classes together' Council and General Board

recalled that on September 9, nursing home care, i day September 14. Two persona for several years at a tiny ml.., meeting, there was no reason to Donald Coggins
1963, he had sentenced Plattto diagnostic services and home ;forfeited $15 drunkenness bonds. lion school run by the Catholic doubt endorsement would be
60 days In jail for profanity health visits for Social Security They were John Roberts of Naples Church in a section of Leake forthcoming,
Aboard Sub
and 90 days for beating a recipients over 65. ; and James Theodore Stokesof County which has no public AFL.cIO President George US ,
Sponsors said a revision of i Immokalee. schools. Meany has said he believes the
board bill Sentences had been Donald T.
cash benefits in the new plan Republican candidate, Sen. Bar. Coggins, seaman I
suspended on condition Plan I apprentice, UEN/ of
should give the Senate a strong. ry Goldwater, wants to see the i son Mr. and
stay out of the county for five er bargaining position In the labor movement eliminated. i.
years. conference with the House If it Me.. 's.Snnen 1 4 i.i Union officials down the line Shadowlawn Ave., Naples, reported
But Platt has returned, and Is adopted In the Senate. I 1 lit ; have been pelting Goldwater In I,marine! July 19, aboard the sub. NEA Telephoto)

the judge Imposed the 60dayand They said also that It should 7 1 tl la1s their speeches, statements and I Submarine VSS Grenadier, a unit of AN OLD FRIEND DEPARTS Comedienne Oracle Allen
Squadron 12
90-day sentences "as of give them a better chance to de. cc t.t 17CCit0 publications. j I Ing, out of Key West, Fla., operat. who became the nation's favorite Dumb Dora playing opposite
now." feat a rival amendment offered al a5 as a4 we aara.a.so A union official who usually He has been assigned to her husband George Burns on radio and television
Then Judge Stanley turnedto by Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La votes Republican, Maurice A. i Weapons Department died of a heart attack In a Hollywood hospital
Monday In a surprise move.Long's Hutcheson, president of the ...
Juvenile Court business. A11yearold n Before "" '
amendment would United Brotherhood entering the Navy In
boy was committed of Carper. J January'r 1964
Coggins attended
vide a 7 per cent Increase ken, already has endorsed _
to Okeechobee School for benefits Johnson cash Instead of the 5 Mich.
Boys after the Judge heard that per cent voted by the House. It .
the youth took some money froma also would liberalize the earn. I THE BEST ACREAGE BUY

downtown store. The boy Ings test so that persons red elv. O FORD FORD FORD FORD 6 OF THE WEEK!
had been before the court a few ing Social Security could make

months ago for another offense, more money and still not lose Cs II'/) acres ea the klfhvajr, opposite Pal.
and commitment to Okeechobeehad their benefits. River Country Club. This 1/ftlh mile of kl-h''

been withheld at that time The revisions worked out In "'" fo way frontage Is appreslmstelyILi 'by car

on condition the boy stay out the administration package M from the Gulf of Mtilco, b...tir-l Vanderbilt
would change the 5
of trouble. per Bach. II I I. Mfh dry, rood land well located.
boost In benefits of the House
Two 10-year-old boys, who bill to a $7 a month Increase, 0C T.Ul) price only IU.SOO. with / down. You

broke Into a house, admittedto raise the wage base to $5,600 In. ," ',' emit feat this price, si It Is well( below the
the Judge that they knew what stead of $5,400 as In the House market! Remember, one vice (lfitat I Is

they did was wrong. One of the bill, and cut the nursing home o world a lifeline ., labor."

boys, who accompanied the 11- care under the King.Anderson
year-old mentioned above, was plan from 180 days to 60 days. o 0C THE BEST TERMSOF

given a withheld commitment to ... THE WEEK I IIt'
Okeechobee, and placed onpro* d
batlon. Both 10-year-olds were Woman, 63, Shot /) sense en the klfhwsy J-.t nortb of IkeMV \
o City of Golde Gate. This l/Stk mile of
given a stern lecture To Death WalkingIn ::s
A 15-year-old boy, labeled 0 0 highway froiUge I. high, dry, good land, and {\
"Incorrigible" by parents and Miami AlleyMIAMI w you can sever beat these terse. Total price W

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Aim Of Gator Staff This FallEditor' Getting '

senior from Miami, and the potential 1
( notes This Is the
of Steve Spurrier, sopho yt SPORTS
first of two stories on the make.
up of the University of Florida more from Johnson City, Term. r
"We will give Spurrier a
football .
with team.offense.This )one Is concerned chance" Rodgers said. "As ReadyFor rr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

By F. T. MACFEELY Coach Graves has said, he will r

Associated Press Writer play as much as he earns.' NEWS. N.pl. Fiends l Tuesday, S.pttmb.r. >> I, HM
Bennett Junior from 6 COLLIER COUNTY
GAINESVILLE (AP) FindIng Bruce ,
Valdosta, Ga., ticketed for reg.
a big strong running bark
ular as a defensive back,
is one of three major goals for
Improving tile offense on Flor probably also will see some ar.

ida's football team thlj fall. tlun as quarterback on offense, Chesser Osceola Top
John Felber sophomore from Rodgers TheSeason ,
Gainesville; Billy Joe James Until his three major goals

junior from Savannah and are achieved, Rodgers wouldn'trate

Graham McKeel, sophomorefrom the Florida offense as "real

Lakeland are the top <'an.dldates. fine," but he said the decision Winners At SpeedwayLeonard

Each weighs around to specialize! on offensive and
defensive units should In Itself
200 pounds. an early lead in both races and
Pepper Rodgers, chief of the make a big Improvement. Chesser and O.B.
has five candidates for stayed safely in front
the winners
Osceola big
offense under head coach Ray were
Jack Chesser has had trouble
Graves said the team needs a halfbacks-4ettermen Harper YOUNG FOOTBALLERS; tfiithei' at Camlm-i part K Sltlmtl; \ afternoon In Saturday night' auto racesat his in
of Lakeland Dirk Kirk of handling car previousraces
big strong runner to go with Lauderdale and Alan Poe in =Naples IL nnks 9;,.pound( t< (HM) >-.'<1" i a.i it Jai k \\' inters Naples Speedway. but
Fort rromSaturday'sperforntance *
Capt. Larry Dupree of Mar- of Tampa; plus sophomores hands out sot of shoulder! pads v\ hilt 1< Ha\\ Ki ""II Join, l lamm; i nt.ikes\ Chesser steered his No. 00 he appears to have
himself a 193-pounder
Clenny Baer.ler of Atlanta and notation on clipboard. iNKWS: photo to victory In the first heatin
who combines speed, power and Marquis the late-model overhead the "bugs" Ironed out.
a special elusiveness that has Jimmy Jordan of Tampa. back Three drivers finished neck-
him first and second leading Dupree will play some at competition, then came
put anJ-neck for the runner up spot
in the Southeastern Con. halfback, some at fullback.Turnl..c ., later to win the checkered flag
runner behind Chesser In the fea
two to the linemen Rod. In the feature race. He took
ference the past years. Mike Yahl
said "one' thing that will ture race.
must In gers ,
"We also Improve
other areas, starting up front help the team Is moving Larry line only Inches In frontof
Gagner to guard." Dab Diefenthaler and Richie
with the blocking Rodgers Tate Steps Up
237 from Yahl had settle for a close
said In assessing the Gators' Gagner, -pound Junior to
attacking potential.His Daytona Beach, I lettered as a Contact Work For fourth.

third major goal Is Improved tackle last year and was an end Richie Yahl was first under

qua rterbac king. Rodgers; as a freshman. w Hurricane Squad the flag In the semi-feature

said this should come throughthe i I Larry Beckman, 202 pound sal a ;:w,4 tyy A MIAMI (.\P}-Coach Charlie beating out Diefenthaler. O.B.

experience of Tom Shannon,,I junior letterman from Miami, Is Tale scheduled stepped up con. Osceola took the second hear
the other guard. Sophomore Jim, ..IV w 1 f kh. 1 : !I let.. Q . r .- v tact work for the University) of race. '.
Benson, 227-pounder from Al
Miami football squad today
Osceola the
bany, Ga., Is a potential star O.D. captured
In Secret
Gators the field for full
and bound to play some at their second on feature and semi-feature events

Practice To Try guard. practice. In the Jalopy class.further addIng -
Tate, who Is taking over the
John Whatley, 228 pound to his lead In driver point
reins this a lack of
year, says
Out New Tricks junior from Tampa, Is one tai. numbers will require top physical standings In this class. Her

GAINESVILLE (AP) The, kle. Seniors Bob Lyle 231 [ condition. man Blakely took a close second

Florida Gators football squad I pounds from Halnes City and . Fifty men reported Mondayfor In the semi-feature and

was to drill behind canvaifences John Thompson, 224 pounds a 1 the first day of piactlce.Tate Richard Mines was second In

today so coach Ray, from Norfolk, Va., are battling tneKi t said a number of play. the feature.

Graves could try new plays. for the other. tTyy' y + MM v. Nte" e'er .. ers were overweight and prom. Dean Moe won the first heat

Campus guards were to patrol L i I Gary ClIl'it. 204 pound Junior lied extra work to peel them race and Wally York the second
the area. Persons carrying sp", from Bainbridge, Ga., Is No. 1 down to playing form.
heat for Six
at renter. Rodgers calls him"one jalopies. new cars
clal passes were the only one I Contact work will make up
the track for the first
of the finest were on
to be allowed to enter the pra G snappers for much of the practice, Tate said
lice area. punts I've seen since I've been though no scrimmage Is slated time Saturday night boostingthe

Monday's drills brought a at Florida." ALL SUITED UP. this is how the Kin nnis-spon- before the end of the week. registration to 27. Two
The tight end will be Gary rolled to the I Ievening's
complaint from Graves that the, cars over, adding
,, Thomas, 197-pound Junior from cored Hawks players appeared Saturday Team excitement. '
squad was "sluggish mentallyand
Fort Lauderdale, or Randall\ Baseball t- is composed of half veterans and half newcomers
physically. He said the I f'i See Chance Of Rolling over were Jack Gra- !
squad was suffering from the,, Jackson 199.pound Junior from: who hope to do as well as 19(53( : team, which hada ber's No. 77 and Norman

"four day blues," but would:i Lake City. At wide end will be 7.1 record and ranked sixth among all Pop Chesser's No. SS5, but neither

have to do better. lor 194-pound from Atlanta.Charlesy Casey, lun..: Roundup Warner teams in the country (NEWS photo ) Breaking RecordAt driver was hurt. Many cars

Florida the ,
opens season Sept
19 against Southern Methodist[ Kicking, a significant part ol ?, THE: ASSOCIATED PUBS left the I track two of them
er* to a 12.3 victory that Hambletonian
here. the offense, Is In good hands St. Louis winningak FSU Gets Ready ending up on the nearby swamp

or feet. Shoeless Hal Seymour By MIKE RATIIET winning run as the Twins edged Capped' at six games. DU QUOIN 111. (AP) There buggy track. Two others hit

averaged over 40 yards as a Associated Press Sports Writer Washington 2.1 In the only Oliva adopted his new first For rid Opener Is a little talk of a mile retold, head-on.

Tampa Halfback'sCondition sophomore punter last year. Tony Ollva, Minnesota's rook. American League game scheJ. ii me in 1961 when he borrowed With U. Of Miami being broken In Wednesday's, A demolition derby Is tenta-

SeriousTAMPA Experienced placeklckers Lyle le sensatlonn Is within striking uled. 11 urother Tony's passport tog Hambletonian although the tively scheduled for Saturday

for the long ones and senior distance of six American In the only game on the National ml of Cuba. Since he's been TALLAHASSEE (AP) The unofficial even.money favorite, night though speedway officialsare

(AP)-Halfback Robert Jimmy lIa1of\ Pensacola for League records for first-year League program Maury with the Twins this year he's late summer sun boiled down as Ayres has shown tendencies of thinking of staging a Labor
who dur., the short ones are backed Wills and Wes who had Florida State foot. '
Parnell collapsed by players. Parker tear,"ed to adapt himself to University's being a speed mania 'Day Announcementof
trig a University of Tampa foot, sophs Don Barrett of Vero Ollva whose real first name one homer between them going Am scan League pitching.The ball team continued twice-daily In the first place, the record program.
weekend will
for this
ball scrimmage last Saturday,, Beach and John Preston of Col. Is Pedro, continued his heavy into the game each connectedin 24-y'ear.old lef -handed practices for the opening game of 137 3.5 set by Florlls in the plans

was listed In critical condition, lumbus, Ga.Tomorrow..the. ,, hitting Monday lashing a dou. support of Don Drysdale and swinger( currently leads;} 'the1 against the UnlvefsltybCMllml I first ,ht last year Is spectaru. be forthcoming.
at Tampa General Hospital. ( defense) ble and a single and scoring the' powered the Los Angeles Dod,. league in four departments Sept. 19. lar.

Temperatures rose to the high K there Is record shot how.
batting, hits, runs scored and a ,
doubles while threatening a 80s and low 90s as the team ever, It again could come In the Points
worked Lopez
out In
half-dozen rookie marks. shorts and T. first heat as the small field of

A Here's the way Oliva and the Bliirts. nine colts form a single tier line
record-holders compare: Coach Bill Peterson concen. behind the mobile starting gate White Sox For
on working out the kinks
Average Oliva is hitting for trolting's premier event.
.332. Dale Alexander set the AL last week's practice put into Given good weather the red

mark of .343 with Detroit in muscles unused over the long clay mile oval of the Du Quoin Final Drive
summer layoff.Saturday's .
o 1929. State Fairgrounds> where bet.
7 rugged scrimmage CHICAGO AP) ManagerAl
Hits Ollva has 184. Alexan. ting Is banned, can be ;as fast as (
resulted in bruises and aching Lopez Is thinking of cuttinghis !
der holds the AL record with muscles a drag strip.
Two Tackles Jay Mac Chicago White Sox pitching!
:215. The major league record Matthews and Tom Ayres, the little hot rod to I IJfI
which may be out of reach Is sidelined by West, were driven by John Simpson Sr., will staff, one of the deepest and
injuries, neither
223 by Lloyd Waner of Pitts serious. Matthews come out of the No. 7 slot. strongest in the American

i burgh. bruised shoulder and suffered West a Horses towards the rail prob. League to 'he peak of per.

Runs Oliva has scored 99 turned ankle.Cypress. a ably will try to keep Ayres on formance for the final pennant

times. Joe DIMagglo of the New the outside as long as poulble.| I drive

York Yankees is the AL record. thus making him trot farther or The target date I II Labor Day

holder with 132 in 1936. Waner faster If he wants to get far after the Sox complete successive .

holds the major league recordof Ladies enough ahead to cut towards the doubleheaders with Cleve.

133. inside ,land and Washington.

Doubles Oliva has 36. Roy Elect ThursdayMembers Under this pressure, thl'relsa Beginning with a two-game

The the Johnson slammed 43 for Detroitin of the Big Cypress chance of a lei ord. Inside Ayres series against Detroit Tuesday

name of 1929. Women's Golf Association will in the post positions are No.1 night the Sox, trailing league

Homers Olive has 28. Jim. meet at 8 a.m., Thursday, Spp. Dartmouth No.2 Speedy Count. leading Baltimore by one-half
mle Hall of the Twins set the AL temper 3, to elect new officersfor No. 3 Big John, No. 4 Scribe game play eight games through

record with 33 last season. the coming season. The Rodney No. S Sasebo and No. 6 Labor Day. Then comes a perl.

Total Bases Ollva has 318. meeting will be held In the dub. Rain Water.In od of 20 games In the final 27
DIM ggto holds the AL recordof house. the two spots outside of days

387 set In 1936. Following the election members A>Te are No. 8 Speedy Rodney This average of three games

is savings Oliva scored what turned out will play; an l8-hole tour. and No.( Bedevil. every four days with one dou.

game to be the winning run againstthe ney, a spokesman announced. Given the best chance to .hal. bleheader scheduled and that
Senators when he singled In lenge Ayres are Speedy Count In the final series of the season

the fourth inning and came and Speedy Rodney, listed as 5. -gives Lopez the opportunity
around on a single by Don 2 and 5.1, respectively of starting only his three top

Mincher and Hall's double. Zoilo The first horse to win two pitchers In rotation to the end
t ti'lLt' Versalles supplied the other run struck out pinch hitter Fred heats becomes the Hamhletnni. of the season.

with a thlrd.lnning homer. Valentine to end the rally. an i holm pion. Post positions for This could mean that Lopez

Jim Grant had a three-hlt Backed by Wills' second homo the second heal are determined might go with Juan Plzzaro, 17.

0k 0s khutout going until the eighth er uf the season and Parker's on order of finish In the first. 7; Gary Peters, 15.7, and Joel

when wildness put him in a jam. first, Drysdale brought his nSJ'? Ayres wins the first he Horlen 10-8, almost exclusively
Two walks and Don Blasln. record to 1513. He struck out 12 parked' on the rail In the with knuckleballers Hoyt WU.

game's single brought in a Cardinals for a season total of *o. 1 spot for the second helm and Eddie Fisher manningthe

Washington!: run and a Minneso. 201 second only to the 223 bull pen.Earned.run.

ta reliever Bill Flels. Plels fanned by teammate Sandy averages of 2.14

=::: s I Koufax.Dosdal. also delivered a key Arnold Palmer for Pizarro 2.S2 for Peters and
2.19 for
Horlen have offset some
THE hit as the Dodgers struck for Now Tops List Of of the strongest slugging In the
five runs In the fourth inning
and put the game out of reach. :\IoneVinners, league."This.
BUr is going to be tough! ,
With two out In the inning
We'll give you the swee"t: deals of the ytlr right now Drysdale tied the score 2.2 witha DUKEDLV. Fla. (AP) Ar. nlp.and.tuck" race down to true
nold Palmer has end Lopez said Monday.
been very ,
coming in
on '64 Super Torque Fords big winners by far In the t\\o.run single
second for the fat "We have a lot of off day com
smoothest strongest Wills then walked t to load the purses on
64 NASCAR stakes and the
: l pro.'etslonal Ing in
GGQ& golf's tournament comparison to Baltimoreand
f bases and Dick Tracewskl fol.
steadiest cars in their class. ( trail recently. New York. I'll manipulatemy
\ lowed sltl a !gr under to third
lie has played in 22 tourna. pitching accordingly.
AND ,>r 1 uilch Ken Be (;*r threw wild,
menu and has "After Labor Day we have
won only two,
enabling three runs to score
u-' ? \ COUNTRY but is M top of the lisle two off days each week and

three off days the final week of
'- CLUB the season. 1 certainly Intend to

.... I Baseball use Pizarro and Peters In every
u (/, v with the BeatFACILITIES l series possible since they will be

\(f y XatU nil League well Of rested Chicago's" remaining 28

Come get value.plus for your present car Our special yearend deals' lower, your ant W. L.; P"t. C.B. American LeagueW. games, U are against Cleveland .

and hit the savings jackpot with a '64 on a '64 Fairlan. already low pnctd for a in Southwest Floridafor Phlld'phi.. '7111 .CO? Baltimore L. Pet. C.B. Kansas City and Washing
..." middle sire carl! Gt family.su room. Country Club 79 52 .603 ton. Against this trio the Sox
. Falcon-winner In both Its classes at the Clmtnnatt! 73 "I .562 V : Chic ,
: : feel and save! ago 80 54 .597 t/4 have a combined 28.7 record
car 61 ;
Mont Carlo Rally sports San Fran. 73 59 .553 New York
''.55* LIVINGGOLFING 7J 54 .581 1 .
St. Louis 71 99 .546 7111 Detroit 70 this year.Finding
85 .519 II
. PittsburghMilwaukee 66 64 .508 121/2 Los Angeles 68 68 .500 134
66 64 .508 121.}
Cure Oolopwitlii. Calf Minnesota 66 66 .500 131/1
II m
A e.cdre.t .4.IIa. 'Of pier Los Angeles 63 M .488 15 Cleveland 63 67 .492 14I1a
BEST YEAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS Chicago 60 70 .492 18>,, Boston 59 74 .444 21
: 221-
SWIMMING Houston 57 75 .432! Washington 53 81 ,39 274
AAU nee poi IJ a 40 a JO .ilk New York 44 86 .338 341,2 Kansas City 49
AND USED CARS TOO..AT FORD DEALERS family. ..mtinb rthipt tollableHOMESITES. Monday '. Results Monday's 83 Results.371 30V4 el epw

. Los Angeles 12, St. Louis 3 Minnesota 2, Washington 1
Tk* penweter. komwtti. are tint Only game scheduledToday's Only game scheduled

hi the bent Ca."" CKifc LniRfn Games Today's Came
COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc. South.fit FlonT ,. Houston at Philadelphia, N Baltimore at Minnesota N
"' Chicago at Cincinnati. N Boston at Kansas City, N o
TV. fist el State Rod Los Angeles at Pittsburgh N Detroit at Chicago N

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r Square Dance

Players' OpenerEnjoyable Classes Open They Had A Hot Time

/ / 'Corn' + Here Sept. 9 At Duplicate. Session

BY MAX VvFSTON John lamurrl looked the pan t BY C. J. McMURRY the Sam Leaders 17':,, 5th Mrs
The Naples Players' of the Lloyd I Hill will call quart It must finally be admitted that J. Roodhouse.Mrs, Furence Pen.
"mei. Rodney
Ramsgate, longsuffering w t.
J dames lot the Sunshine Shufflers 188.16th'
nywltt the John
ler drammer" with the ponder henpecked husband ol f next Satuidaenliisal930 we spent a somewhat warm even 107.Vj.;, .
ous title, "A Fate Worse Felicia he had ,Illig last Friday at the Woman'sClub
thanDeath" although a tendency Central ,Avenue lie \\'IIII* followed Since neither heat rain nor the
Is corn, pure corn to speak his lines as II'r on Septenil er! II: hv Ernie when the Naples Duplicate threat of a hurricane shall deterus
Bridge Club had Its t I Since
throughout and cannot be judged reciting a "plece"ln school, Bass Hat Castle is s heduled| more than 10 of the game ladles In i In 1960, we played the night
by standards ordinarily appliedto Esther leavitt, as the wealth)/ for Septendet| 19 nil' Gt'ot',4,1( pairs opposing| us so remarked, before Donna) the next game shall
little theater productions. wife, Felicia, did an outstanding Hales on September ::((1. and when Mrs. Mac reiterated It be in the same arena (the
This reviewer thought the job with her lines althoug I On ttednesdax' evening! Sep about' II limes during the even.Ing Woman's Club) at 7:30 p.m Fri.
play was too long.-two and half at times she appeared a bit a temkei 9, 8 I p.m. the ShufflesIII I fI'l'lIllll my most optimistic day September 4, And as far
hours--but the Matt their class lor Ivgtn.nets as that heat Is concerned, re.
audience likedIt. ill at ease In the role. Carol spirit must\ conctdeamniicumof
Rat Castle will teach, member It's getting later In the
Saturday's crowd well up Lowe was "at home" In her truth existed I
assisted In mettle, s 01( the club. than
year some and the
over Friday nlght'i disappoint. pan of the wilful, head first .A combination of irrum.
strong Tie meeting ill lie a nights have been cooler tr
ing attendance, obligingly hiss. pampered daughter. PILOT CLUB members gather on the ob ei\ation deck of the Donn get qiuinld putJIH! ilieie Minces probably Increased the general. Have fun
ed the villain, played by Jim Hello just before the Mtfhtsceiiitf! ship pulled nafiom the City Dock will be 110 iluige.li who ate tables feeling. It was a long game, 14.b" :!
playing boards The
Dun, even! though he forgot his Saturday for an afternoon cruise down the bnNEWS( photo) Interested in leainliift to squat game started about !8:13 I p.m, andlasted
lines and frequently droppedout 'SLICK JOB' dame sic Invited to omeanditee'Hat
until Jl:30 We old
of character. It One of the It Is like Thene asked p.m Arthur Askew
applauded best characterizations _ folks can't
a 0 '.. ... r.::< 0 s rf I (Lose those long sea.Ilonll.lt .
vociferously the efforts of Burgess In the show Is done by A Saga Of Pigs In. bring lakes, rookies. 01' a fesaJidw had been hoped(hat using
Lendahand, the Charles McCool SUck I It'lies rot ,i little (imtittJMih \ Vic's Taking Course;;
as Carter
"country pride and Joy, the new
bumpkin" hero, to save the who saves "ourhero"Len f 5W5 Bonita'IOIM Of Two And Four will follow the dunInt timer, would speed things up re. At Monmouth:
heroine from the clutches of dahand from being convicted o e ; Legged VarietyPigs Wllth Cattle III rut' iah iolfeenid minding us of the ('assag"Oftll1lf

the villain "Tex" Miller was the murder of Ramsgate, and lied tea, and soft drinks for the doubled 01 trlllt'hoal'.ls. FORT MONMOUTH, N.J, -

quite convincing as the hero. exposes Cassius Carstalrs Jim ": By RAE WEAR Is pigs, so the saying are on hand and la t" greet with| the new Without enforcing penalt ies,how. Lieut. Arthur M. Askew III, son

Dun) and his henchman! Cokle 0'_'___ .. _. their comers first lesson Join them In ever, it I looks like! the Improve of Mr and Mrs Arthur M.

"GO GET 'IMTlGER" Joe (Jerry Fitch) for the rogues The American Legion Aux played their new"colors"(The goes.But sometimes there are two- Castle pni|"lusleil. that noknowledge ment I'm about 11I11111 to lie U sufficient aWnt from She t Askew, Jr.In lip(of Naples V S. Army, Ma.Signal, waseniollinl

Calls from the audience,such they are. iliary Unit of John Murphy Post American as well as the Auxiliary legged pigs as well as four- of equate dancing Is game for a little \I hle! thoie.fore SduKil at Fort Monmouth for 13
as "Go get 'lm tiger," to encourage Bette Price as Marie the #303 met this past week for their flags). A sergeantatarmswill legged ones. required Institution,, 1I'11I1"1r11l I think ni make a wel' I' Intensive training In the
the hero gave color French maid, was fairly convincing semi-monthly meeting and dls- be appointed and the colors At least five members of the with a few fundamentals, mid surre"tlolllllllllhl'lI( duU. I Radio Officer Course

i to the performance. but when she lapsed dedicated later Cheerful Losers Club last night: then the lass will use what then' From now on, our attendance lie wax graduated from the

Cathy Schryver did a creditable Into her true character of a A communication from Mrs. returning to the club after a have learned todoaneasy square will probably be on the upgrade; UnlverslM of Florida, Calnes.

job as the "simpering" crook, the revlewerwasn'tsure Mary Reahard, visiting In Indiana "long, hot summer" In which lie I dance Additional flfines will by October! we should t I* hitting vllle, In 10G-I. saving; previously -
'I, heroine who was "more sinned whether she was portraying a Martin was read and filed. A the temptation orroods'delights stuns taught and,In the following si>.. 20 lilies now and th"". There's attended the t'lot' 'IdaMale Untver.
thin will I tie
against than sinning." southern belle or a gun moll. Graveside services were tentative date was set for the had been too great to overcome dan 'pd.Last. usually quite a few only bird ally Tallahassee
Supporting roles were adequately held this morning for Marie annual spring visitation to the found that their Increased tear the disxes were at the rlub by 7IS.; Why; not I A Neatly average 1,500com.!
stall the first tables as missioned offkeis
played by Rose lamurrl, Annette Martin, Infant daughterof G. Pierce Wood Hospital. avoirdupois had put them hell. on Tuesdits, This war fast as the spaces eight are tiled from I HIP Signal, School's graduated Depart 1
Dottl Lee and Dorothy Shafer. Mr. and Mrs. AJ. Martin President Mrs Ethel rltean Into the "Pig Pen." It also Wfdllt'sdIY11I |h. tiled for the I suggest! eight as Mailing (lip input of Command Comiminica.

Catholics, Flying, Lacking a curtain, a comely of Copeland who died Monday urged all to pay their dues this gained for them little cloth benefit of those who have 011I.mltlv..nts met ry. o.rullnd (I hope' not teen (Ions, where the emphasis, Is

Get Permit To Eat page girl with a placard indicated In NaplesCommunlty Hospital. month pigs to take home and put on on Tuesdays for.all) as wi probably won't l lIE' chiefly upon the design and rapid ,
the change of acts and The Earl G. Hodges Funeral Volunteers were sought to their refrldgerator doors as a Mow 12 ladles now, cspodally\ alteration of battlefield communl.

Meat On FridaysMIAMI scenes In the manner of the Chapel handled the arrange- help the Legionnaires In their warning against that mid-meal since I think early Mailing' bj cation systems to meet the re. ,I

medieval theater. Changes of ments. t-bone steak dinner on Sunday snack.A those sodi-Mrlng, would bilngout quirenii'iits of fast.moving com.
tines said(AP today) -that National Air. scene were done In full view Besides her parents the baby September 6, when a ticket and spokesman for the club today Local 'Nam'Enjoys more players. IIowpver,It Vic bat. klluallous,

traveling aboard Its Catholics of the audience but with lights Is survived by three brothersand reservation are both required. said that members can still thinks I'm too 01'1| llmlstlr 1 on pre The officer Miidents make in.tensive II
flights have
special{ permission to eat dimmed. sisters of Copeland.. Rehabilitation ChairmanMrs. enter the six months contest If Talk sent attendance, make It seven studies of radio system
meat tables. engineering
on Fridays.J. Bright spot between acts was Florence Stark has com they register next Monday night. telephone traIflt'ell. ,I
ghosting and
Dan Brock, vice president the "Can Can" In which the pleted six lap robes, which The group which Is designed to With Then until play l twin I low'II move what are called, applixlcounuuni.other' aspects of I

In (charge of traffic and sales, shapely chorus was attired In Peele will be given to three veteran's encourage women to l keep down Barry menu attendaneewilt such tine'
said the air line received wordof colorful costumes of the period hospitals for use by the patients. their weight meets at 7:30 Justify Milclit Into the laities of both o
, the special Funeral services for Henry o'clock "01.1<1 to have visited wilt movement. Vic, lake It from con.ventlonal a
dispensation from of Offenbach. While of Members In and
some are urged to bring Monday night (there , nuclear warfare
: Bishop Coleman F. Carroll. the members had difficulty In Thomas Peele of Naples who dollar gifts (unwrapped) to the the Naples Federal Savings and you" said. Kepuhltian rl"l 51.I.dentlal Cither bubjerts Include the s

I A spokesman for Bishop Car.roll's keeping In step and Indicatedthe died Sunday morning were heldat October 6th meeting for the annual Loan Association Building. The ,,( .l Nominee Darry GnIA.water DIG SCORING techniques of electronic war. a a
office said the dlspensa. need of further rehearsal 3 o'clock this afternoon from one who loses the each fare and HIP use of elect
tlon applies "to that Joy Shop. These gifts most "The sa me to you"sa Id i Lloyd Against t (lie 109 avvragoNoilh. ionic It
air line only It was fun and the of the First Baptist Church of veteran's week Is chosen as "queen" South computer. -. "electronic
since It throwing are sent to hospitals, ]MrBurney, 202 Sprlngllnt Drive, James Hayes and Mrs
brains" ...
requested It"
all airlines In general.At .and not to the garters at the conclusion Hamlet,N.C., according to word and shown to the patients so for the night and receives a ]Naples G T. Drailbury were the stars ,military ,|III w+,lvlng various I

least amused the audience. received here. Death occur- they can select I gift for relatives basket of diet foods given by Thus ended' a shot! ronvetsa. with 190.1/2 but C.U Peauxk prolleins. It
American and two Trans other airlines, red In the Cape Fear Valley for Christmas. other members of the club. I tlon between the two ham radio Sr C.U l'e8<' uk Jr. lacked

have received similar World i ATMOSPHEREMuch Hospital, Fayetteville, N.C. It was announced that Mrs. 'Other contests Include the pickIng 'o|>rators! enJrninglhelrhnhhl.e"' only a half point lo I lie; third, (heIrlons ,
dlspensa. A native of Hamlet N.C. : of the who 'about 3 p.m. Friday, Goldwater lfl2J/j; 4th||, Mrs Junellasdika
tlons from the Vatican. credit should be given Adls Koeppe may be able to represent one loses the : ( East Naples Civic
Brock had requested the dls. Ruth Dodge Anderson whose Peele lived with his family the auxiliary at the National most' In I month, three months !was on his yacht somewhere out Ted Health 182
875 10th Street North In Naples In the Pacific Ocean, Mi-Burncy (another close nilns} mh, thlt Association Plan
and In
pensatlon "to cover the occas. playing In the manner of the American Legion Convention months. J .
was operating his radio set at harry Peters 180; Clh, John
tonal times when Insufficientfish theater pianist at the turn of and had been employed for In Dallas, Texas, September Any woman Interested In los- |his I home here In Nailes.. Watch H. Seasraves 178; 7th, Meet For Tonight
meals are provided becauseof the century added to the effectiveness several years as a salesman for 18-24. I Ing weight Is welcome to Join As .McBurney Explained: "I BJarl Ogden 4 Earl Davie 173. I

last minute passenger book. of the setting. :he Collier County Motors. He An Invitation was received I'the group the spokesman said. was at the control of my equipment filh, the Charles Cat rs 172. Puns will lie formulated for the d

Ings and only meat meals art The production Is excellently and his wife had previously from Miss Ruth Alexander of and heardGul,lwaler'stwstc EaM.West average 117 O.T.DralIlUry. Neution'a programing at tonight' w
available from the jatererlf costumed In keeping with a ,operated the restaurant and bus Hickory Boulevard for a beach tali, I tuned In snd the converSat'on /TurnerIcilwllti 8 u'clakneeting: of tutu fc.at.1 Na. a

stage setting which would do ration In Everglades.He party, Including dinner at her followed It was strlHIy 19Hj; 2nd 1 Mrs. Joyce Ti'lmey. plea, CltietAewt'iatiOnlnlhebha. I
credit to the professional stage. Is survived by his widow, home Tuesday, September 15, Trinity School about amateur radio operations Mrs. L. Mdiurney IS/' ; 3rd 1. dowlawn School (taTolorlum'

Alvin York In New The Victorian! living room set Helen Sue, three daughters, at 11 a.m. Each guest Is asked Opens Sept. 13Trinity'bytheCove and nothing about l'ollt"'I"{ ''the Eugene; Puckers 178,3; 4th, ed A Im full'\lulling I program] the showing will lie;present uf a 111'_

was designed by Jack Randall Charlotte, Sharon and Nancy to bring covered dish and bev- Other ham rsdiooperalnrewhowere PieMilml IHII Edward, urges
Battle With Death with decor by Elsie Upham. hree sons,Randy.Thomas,Jr., erage of her choice. Church i, listening attempted totease. every ill/i| who is Interested In

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Randall also served as direc- ind Jerry all of Naples, andy School will begin September 13 (Collwater, but Into the prP8ld"tlaltan.dht.tle a political dls.cusslon Trinity Choirs the future uf; the Homestead Act

Doctors. ,watching Sgt. Alvin tor of the show. > his father, sisters and brohers ABOARD SHIP with the 10 a.m service. i Ignored the political questlons. Chart Rehearsals to 1 U pies umlt. lie said Oils 1* thoUl'porillull
ones latest battle with death All In all, the show, which In North and South Word was received today that There will be classes and I throe fur East Naples
reported early today the 76. ;arollna. The Junior Choir of Trlnliy- retldonl to make their wishes
will be due Illness It
repeated next Fridayand to was necessaryto Instruction from Goldwater! said he was happy
year.old Medal of Honor winner nursery age will have Its first known as to what (hey would like
Saturday nights Is good change former plans. How- through high school. Awards 'to have talked with the operator in
remained In In future
"very grave" con. brought anda
up meetings
dition. entertainment. There are times ever, Mrs. Donald B. Ktdston, will again be presentedror per. 'Flot Ida.Don't, rehearsal rrldaySepiemher4.
time to air thulr "gripes"
DanielsPrivate Practice will he from 4:06 to
Members of the family waitedat when the cast shows almost daughter Debbie and son Barry feet attendance with credit gIven : "C (the assentation know what
child ui the 4th
the bedside of the hero of professional skill, and at other funeral service were are now on the high seas aboardthe for Illness or attendance another sash 011t.! cMwip" Itwith S p.m. Any the peoil wan), we can try to
World War I, who doctors said times It Is more amateurishthan held yesterday afternoon, for the "SS Independence" which church. a drip ;lathI' grade or above Is welcome hedule "II"lIkerl|> and bring be.
was suffering from an acute url. need be. I have seen Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Randal sailed from Naples, Italy, and ., This year marks the start fire the board matters of Im.
nary tract Infection. York has much worse shows put on by Daniels, long time residents ofChokoloakee will arrive in New York on of a Primary Choir for child itutaiice lo the ;I\I o|l0," he said
been hospitalized 11 times in the professional actors In stock who died last September 3rd. Immediatelythey ren It) (the first, second and State Itupreseiitallvd Lor en/o

past two years. companies and In summer thea- Saturday night In Naples Com. will leave for San Diego, third grades. Any child Inter Walker Is irhoclulucj a* guest
The old soldier bedridden ter. In. community In which munlty hospital. The servicesat Calif., to visit with her sister ested should come tithe parlsh speaker, fur the October mooting
since 1954, killed 23 Germansand night life Is somewhat at a Naples Memorial Garden were and family the Paul Wlck- hall' on Friday, September 11, till will\ discuss! and answer ques.

captured 132 others In the premium, It Is recommendedas arranged by the Richard A. Pitt. stroms, whom they have not at 3(30 for the first rchea r5.1. lions concerning the amendment
Argonne Forest In France In that will lie on the November bal.
a take-In. man Funeral Horn. seen for nine Mrs. Henry It t)I. Watkins Jr.
good years Mr.
1918. Besides his parents the baby of both choirs. lot President Dill Edwards
will he director
Is Ann Wain Kldston his
Stage manager ; Is survived by two brothers preceded family by urges East Naples resident to
set construct Ion by Rick Parkerand Kenny and Dean; two sisters, several weeks due to a Pentago: I'I't( t stake plans now to attend this

William Owens Henry Lowe; lighting by Theresa and Michele; his] pater. assignment In Washington Tarra,.", \ mice, hid 1 c ipc rs, meeting so thr-y ran bo Inform.
Rick Winter decor by Elsie nal grandparents, Mr. and Mr. D.C., but will meet his family d lugilh i tilt, inhnn I' i llu eel+i about the Important amend.
Graduated From Upham; props by Barbie Wain Albert Daniels; hi* maternal In New York on their arrival. flay u/ if Jn oil i'''iml-uni' 'uilir mints whim they vole Refresh.

and Audrey Hensen; makeup, grandmother Mrs. Flora A family reunion will be held '>ing for llhl meats will I lie served

Aviation School Susan Anderson; prompter, Squires, and his maternal grand. (in California where they will

William L. Owens, airman ap Vera Lee. father, William B. Ellis. be joined by her mother, Mrs. a

prentice, USN, son of Mr. and Edythe McLaughlin of Rio Vista rat
Mrs. John P. Owens of Im. Estates, around the middle of Tha3leAA0af
m ok alee, recently graduated J Food for, Americans I 1 September prior to Don's leaving Chef Yy "Pine Aldge

from the Aviation Mechanical about November 9th for fur Still Ik.l hay

Fundamentals School at the Naval ther overseas assignment. The I II rid
Air Technical Training Center children will be entered In the l
Tenn. Wine in Your Stew
San Diego schools for the fall f '
He studied mathematics term. le\ 4
physits the principles of elec. r'wI
trlcity atomic structure, static by Ga>'nor Maddox Since time Is short the Kids- c t ..rteW

and dynamic electricity magnetic Newspaper Enterprise Ann, tons regret their Inability to
theory and the theory and visit with their family!' and many

construction of aircraft bat. Summer or winter a savory beef stew friends In Bonita Springs. However -.

terles. with wine bouncing with potatoes onions they send regards to all. I'B ( You &Icka
carrots tomatoes and celery hearts is a dishto
To guard |amtt 'ovir-i,'ok if delight all tastes simple or sophisticated
from the heat ti"word th, nj the day, refrigerated and reheated just before dinner George Harrell i

the until"insistency cooking: the :eggs but ,art jnlin of i.th xirring, ]ight 2', pound beef rump BEEF STEW WITH 2 or WINE 3 tomatoes Finishes Course I rr"t Get The Message About Pine Ridge Extension!!

Salt and pepper 3 sprigs parsley At Fort Bragg [ '
3 tablespoons fat 2 bay leaves Just 3'/i mile North of Naples, Pine Ridge
Army 1st Lt. George L. Har.
'64 COMETS 1 tablespoon butter or Pinch thyme nUll, 24, whose mother, Mr, t- a extension' affords all the comfort of carofret
Beef stock or beef
margarine flour bouillon Forest C. Harrtll, lives In Im. living . spacious/ lots, fine water, and no
2 tablespoons .. 0'p.
mokalee a military <
WHEN THEY GOTTA 1 cup heel bouillon 4 carrots assistance, training advisor Ma city fazes Pine Ridge is the new coiceptfor

1 cup California Pinot Noir Butter or margarineor court at the John T. Kennedy I air r,. batter Florida living)
other red table wine Sugaror Center for Special Warfare..FortuirsUtanc.
( water) 12 small onions 'NEA TeltplHJflJJBRE.KTUR01'GIlAn All lots In Pin Ridge are on. acre or larger.As .

The '63 Cornell will be In I clove garlic 2 celery hearts B rage.....". train. unidentified photographer tries to our Seminole Chief (who certainly knows
oon no ,.e rot Is clear i] cup tomato sauce 6 large potatoesCut lug program trains select offl. comfort Kathleen Carney Buffalo schoolteacher, after she
hit Florida would
the decks of the few remain. beef rump into 12 pieces, Season with salt and pepper cars and non. ommlilontd or. mined through a glaii door In her haste to see Jacqueline way around ) say, "Heap

ing. brand new 1961 Comet and brown lightly In skillet on all sides in fat. Remove meatto licers the nature of count: trdn.urgency Kenned at Atlantic City N,J. As seen behind her force Big Happy Hunting Ground For Homiite

at YOUR prices! 2reararrant a casserole Discard fat from skillet melt 1 tablespoon warfare and prepares of her collision smashed the whole pane out. She suffered Hunters!
/ or 21,000 miles butter or margarine in the skillet sprinkle in flour and cook them for advisory duty with nation facial and body cuti.SUMMER.
until browned.. all over the world.
months to
to 37'j pay
up Gradually add beef bouillon and wine and cook stirring Lieutenant Harrell was grid.uatd .
until the mixture is smooth. Pour It over meat In casseroleand from Fort My r* Senior APPRECIATIONTO FURTHER DETAILS, OR CONTACTi

.r add garlic tomato sauce, tomatoes which have been High School In 19S8/ and Florida

peeled seeded: and chopped parsley, bay )eaves, thyme and Southern College Lakeland, In OUR LOCAL CUSTOMERS
d enough beef bouillon or water to cover the meat. Cook slowly 1962. The lieutenant I* ammbr

covered over low heat for 1V4 hours of Lambda Chi Alphalrat.rntty. $2.50 OFF ALLPERMANENTS

Cut carrots in pieces and parboil for 5 minutes then glaze Pine
in a little butter, sprinkling them with sugar Glaze onions In Ridge

Collier a little butter, sprinkling them with sugar. Cut celery hearts MAJCO W-On ES
t County in pieces and parboil 5 minutes. Cut potatoes Into even pieces. flat h.lr ut, thfKIIMC, linear
.."., klf. Tn Tr..tmM Created Collier
by Divilopmeit
meat from
casserole. Strain and skim the fat Corp.
Remove sauce
Hearing Service alt N n* ..tr. CM. (A U..l
Motors Inc. from it.Wash, MVln N 14M
m 110 Tomloml 1 Trail
-4WSCYTIsT rhone Ml
casserole return meat to it arrange vegetables on AM Bitlrrfei Iknkwf. MI J- 22T 22131Review

'-' T M<1I Trail. S.MI.II top and pour sauce over all. Bring to a boil cover and cook :r.. a.O.Krtm B Meade NY Ipftnct Mil MI 2-14)7 I Maples Shopping Center Seoul, nose -
<" Ml t
jlov) for another hour or until meat Is tender, K-Ik 1 Chtk Shopping Center In The Mooring _0 H 0 _ .



; 4 RAZING CANE! la Viet Nam?
Sabotage a

Qr&e r Ewa? ?r ) NtttJ Here's How It Is Done I


TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1964 1, fIIIII\-//ta Washington Correspondent .
Iryd Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
1 AI

Alligator Alley Is Ready To RollThe WASHINGTON-
obvious reasons He is a Nung tribesman from a North Viet

in the China border.
which Is able in view of its basic policy of OppOSe FAWRE% He province speaks Chinese, French, English Lao, Cambodian,
Everglades Parkway
ing all toll roads, and the City of Miami, Vietnamese and two North Viet Nam tribal languages.
the official name of Alligator Alley, which is less understandable. Other opposition He looks like a Chinese He has lived in China. He has
should be under construction In another "!L.OE 253 followers trained in guerrilla warfare and In security.

30 days or so.Yesterday can probably be attributed to ; One of his aides was a major in the Chinese Nationalist
the herd instinct. Army In China s war against the Communists.

in Tallahassee the $17 mil Admittedly it was irritating to residents For he years Mr. X fought against the Reds as a VietNam
lion revenue bond issue to finance the officer In the Communist-Infested Delta region of the

work was sold to a New York firm at of Collier and Broward Countiesto south. His father Is a major general In the Vietnamese Army.
have outside interests attempt to deny A X has close connections with several religious sects in
an average Interest rate of 3.7165, which ',
them the right to pledge small portionsof 1 rt North and South Viet Nam.
Florida Commission
Development ;
their own secondary road funds to GO.AHEAD signal. X and his
said Is one of the lowest bids recordedby ONCE GIVEN TilE men
guarantee payment of bonds if toll rev are prepared to infiltrate into Cambodia then drift northward
any state for highway construction. 1 work their to the northern
enues should prove insufficient. But this 1 through Laos and slowly way
Cone Brothers Construction Com border regions of North Viet Nam.
irritation was not responsible for the de selected members of his would
pany's low bid of $5,568,903 to build Once there X and group
termined and successful efforts of both pose as Chinese Communists. As Chinese" they would have

the first 27 miles of the 78-mile-long counties to get the road built. Rather, a considerable amount of freedom and not be subject to

turnpike between Naples and Ft. Lau- the tight security which makes movement difficult for ordinary
it was the sincere belief that the turnpikewill
derdale already has been accepted by North Vietnamese
benefit both counties, along with Some of X'a men would infiltrate certain tribal areas
the State Road Department, and actual dissatisfaction with Ho Chi Minh's
thousands of motorists who have good where there growing
work will get started as soon as the Red regime Others would drift to cities and towns, make
and sufficient reason to want to travel
contact with other dissatisfied groups.
necessary paperwork is completed. between Naples and Ft. Lauderdale with.

Some rlghts-of-way still must be secured out going through Dade County. THE FIRST MISSION of the X group would be to exist.

but official appraisers are scheduled Anguished cries that construction of Then X and his men would slowly, cautiously build up cellsof

to work the anti.communist citizens.
start in area today
Alligator Alley would forever kill any For months perhaps a year or more this quiet organizational .
As soon as their work is completed, the the function of the X
hope of four-laning the Tamiami Trail buildup would be major group.
county can begin condemnation proceedings have already been false. The ,Once they had secured their existence and had built an
against the few small plots still proven organization. the would begin to collect Intelligence.
I needed. Trail is being four-laned in many placesat They would set up way stations and hideouts for succes

this very moment. Collier Countians she groups of agents brought in by air and sea "

It might well be pointed out that most have seen and rejoiced at the four laning ._. _. .. ... ............_-- -'--' ... ., .,
of the needed rlght.of-way has been \\1IEN THE TIME WAS RIPE and the agent apparatus
now in progress in Lee County, as wellas large enough they would begin to develop sabotage.
generously donated to the county by how to hide their rice from
east of Naples. Other such projectsare They would teach farmers
owners, However, in all justice it shouldbe pP IE' the Communist authorities teach them how much rice they
in the planning and will be The of
stage Best BoyleBY
noted that owners of some small could safely hide
forthcoming In the not too distant future. ,,0' thr.n'w' With enough farmers operating. this could significantly!
pieces of land may possibly be justifiedin HAL BOYLENEW North Viet Nam. where food
There is no valid reason why Alligator slow rice deliveries In is
asking payment for right-of-way. For already short poor deliveries could give the authorities fits
Alley should Interfere with z 1PHOENIX )
instance a with a few of con The X group would teach factory workers how to slowdown
person most Inveterate smoker
struction of a limited access highway between YORK (AP) Things a among their work and to sabotage machinery without being
land may find that he will be hard put to Tampa and Miami which Is columnist might never know If White House tenants. He puffed Aria (AP) A caught. They would teach city people how to start rumor,
find a profitable use for the small plot one tie didn't open his mall and chomped as many as 20 cl.young Republican summit con. set Ares. Interrupt phone and telegraph communication,
of both and gars a day. During the Civil
reason Miami
mayors Tampa The earlier people marry the ference, centering around an
that will be left after the blow bridges.
necessary right. more likely they are to to wind War his admirers sent him aerial tour of Arizona begins
verbal blasts against the turn At the time, these cells could co-operate with other
than proper
of-way Is taken. This not true In all In divorce court. more 10,000 stogies.
is a Teenagemarrlagea
up today.
in the north
pike, or of Interstate 75 which is now Have you gone through life projected U.S.South Vietnamese activities
are as likely will be Sen.
cases, of course, but in some instancesit that zebra black Participating X lays he would have no trouble getting additional volun-
scheduled to deadend at Tampa. break up as those In which the thinking art Barry Coldwater's two sons and
Vietnamese and
is. bride Is at least 21 and the with white stripes? w.n. you'rewrong. teers. There are hundreds of thousands of
New York
man William
Rep. E. Mill
Since this the
was only in South Viet Nam.
newspaperin tribesmen from the north now living
The right to build Alligator Alley has 24 or older. They are white with er'. two daughters. Coldwateris
not Fierce and the entire world that supported Alli Steps toward a better worlds black stripes.It the COP presidential candidate
come easily,
opposition gator Alley, we feel entitled to congratu. Japan has launched an official was Eleanor Roosevelt who and Miller his running
voluminous criticism has from observed "No one can make
come campaign against the custom of mate.
late those good souls who fought the feel Inferior without
you The
your World
of which knew tipping. Elizabeth TodayBy
many sources some Anne Miller 20, and
good fight that made the project pos The weaker sex stands up her
Mary Karen
little or nothing about the matter Principal 1'7.
sible. pretty well under the strain of consent'BARL3 were to b* met In Phoenix by

opponents have been the Florida Alligator Alley a name that earning a living. Absenteeismdue S Barry Goldwater Jr., 28, and his Associated Pre. "0.. Analyst
branch of the American Automobile As. to Illness or Injury 1.practically brother Michael, Zl, The girls
given in |lest but is likely to live forever the
same workingwomen
among will be entertained at
sociation which Is somewhat understand. a recep- WASHINGTON (AP) Two
National Association for the Ad.
at long last is ready to roll among men. tlon at the Goldwater home tonight events over which he has no
The Pacific Is the world's vancement of Colored People
The do then, with Barry Jr. control are piling up on President .
largest ocean but the Atlantic things some people at the suggested the Negro riots may
I has the longest coastline. indicate that they should let the four will fly Johnson and may hurt him have been planned. He asked
over the
Thanks partly to the Incometax somebody,else do their thinkIng Wednesday.NEW .state's scenic arias In this campaign Negro riots in for a federal Investigation.If .

cut, the number of people northern cities and the develop. they were planned, then
others' |
( ) -George
In South Viet Nam.
say 00.
who Ing chaos there will probably be and
are a month more
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS or more behind P. Oslln public relations
dlrec. of the recent
As the docility
in their Installment pay. Come with its similar outbreaks elsewhere in
mania on loans has dropped to naked hills, nude trees and tor for the Western Union Tele. Democratic convention demon. the North before the November
the lowest l.velln five years. bare limbs, no wonder the graph Co., was sitting In his of. strated, Johnson is a master arranger election.
July 28, 1833, when 'the who pays fastidious attention It is not hard to in
According to an article In corn will be.shocked imagine
Idea suddenly hit me, why not to details to make events
Catholic Digest, teachers In the such a case the climax might be
Soviet Union get up to eight Do you remember when Calve make by telegrams more fun to re. turn out as he wants. reached with a riot in the cap!.

times the salary of American your grandmother's skirts i ly on birthdays singing"them, especial. But the racial outbreaks here tal city of Washington not long
[?AJ." t' teachers Yeah, but our kids and the Buddhlst.c.tholic- st u., before Election Day
give their teachers more big red Oslln asked an operator to dent riots in South Viet Nam are Johnson's support of this
I apples. sing an experimental "Happy beyond his reach. He can't turn year's Civil Rights Act alreadyhad
Quotable notables "Educa Birthday" to singer Rudy Val. the water on or off in either alienated segregationists.

w tlon Is the ability to listen to al. lee, who was celebrating his case. Negro riots may cost him more
most anvthlne without losing r1, 32nd birthday that day, and the Even the reasons for the Ne. votes among whites who are
your temper or your self-confl. singing telegram became an In. gro violence and looting in seven disturbed by the violence for
dence" Robert Frost. used to keep her shoes stltutloir. different towns and cities In one reason or another
Most people experience no shined? Oslin retired Monday after 35 the past few weeks are not In South Viet Nam Johnson
mountain sickness at elevations .00 years with Western Union. clear. They burst alter minor Inherited a problem which pu/-

below 7,000 feet. At heights be. It gives you a warm feeling He had received one singing episodes, like an argument over zled Presidents Eisenhower and
ween 7,000 and 15,000 feet many when you're sitting in telegram during his career, on a bottle of whisky. Kennedy before him How to es.
uc"rMnr'w show some symtoms. the yard and all the little his 83th: birthday Aug. :S.I This hardly seemed an excuse tablish stability In this southeast

One difference between the kids who pass yell, "Hi'!' WHITEFIELD, N.H. (AP) for what followed. corner of Asia while working to
sexes lies In how they commit Edward Allen Pierce, who entered Perhaps they were truly and defeat the North Vietnamese
suicide. Men usually employ the Investment businessas purely spontaneous reactions to Communists' attempt to take it
firearms, women generally take a $20.per.week clerk and now the accumulated pressures from over by force.
poison. ,. is the only surviving founder of the frightful living conditions of After years of effort, billionsof

The champagne cork was In. the Wall Street brokerage houseof the Negro In some sections of dollars In aid, and loss of

\ vented three centuries ago by Merrill Lynch, pierce, Fen- American cities more than 200 American lives,
Dom Ferlgnon a Benedictinemonk ner ft Smith, celebrated his 90th Perhaps the reasons, since no the situation there is worse
The question of the hourin birthday Monday by playing one yet can claim to know the right now than it has ever been.
President VS. Grant was the most homes Is, "Are the nine holes of golf. full truth of them were more It
now had
clocks right;( *" Pierce still works a 7.hour sinister. There Is the posslblli. three govern

:cE -'TI;:. ,f.'i < day, starting at 9 a.m., five ty the Negro disorders were in. mints in less than a year.
\ w ,,;:; \' days a week.HOLLYWOOD. sUgated by Individuals and At this moment Johnson isn't

u (AP) Carroll forces not yet discovered. showing signs of being worried.But .
: O P A M S O L IV C
;11II: i I Baker will play the title role In Over the weekend Roy Wllk. It wouldn't be good politics
W ARARAT DINES: the movie, "Jean Harlow," producer Ins, executive secretary of the if he did.

N U DANUBE FIR I Joseph Levine. announced . . . .. . . . .. efae . ee . fle . .
- - - - - - - - - - -
J ACROSS 32. Iteold A L t A A L. E. T A Monday.The .

"I 1 couldn't let her go this season, 1 1. (;umlu l melrllIlIy .. U N DID. I N K I controversial movie,life portraying of one of Hoi.the Chance Remarks

so I had to compromise somewhat 6. Ilislrlonic. :U.ndschlrl3T Coddm of 5 T l. L E T I R A D r. lywood's most famous sex sym. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

11 (:oniluslon>> Labor T t::: N U R E. SOL A N bolt, will be directed by Gordon

1:1: Spring bird union. .bbr, A LT. A ROM A .. Douglas! A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSA

As Others See UC.n.dlan. U r:\diki. 38, .\shen ARK AGO TAP
spots 39. DI>>I.ed QUICK QUIZ + very low bow to the Jr.
.... AMA I N L U PIN E
14 40. the Red
.- more specifically citizens So'e seem to have become little txpittie Woman's Club for rememberingwhenit
I5Summun1., Enlerge TON TOe: N A M Eo L
of Midland and Penet.nuJehene-wer. more mature In our outlook In this regard 16,'Tetter H. Perfumed E: N T E R 5 T R r. w. Q -Was there any/ writer needed some printing, that The
given a verbal reflection/ of their Image 18 lair hate ollllmtl1l other than Samuel Clemens News has a printing division. Many

[recently) when 28 American editor Several of the lilting newspapermen 19. Fruit drink n. Turk. SOLUTION 0' YISTIKOAV PU221120.Puhunuus who, used the pseudonym groups do not, by golly.
visited Huronla and the picture that was were Impressed by the cart we provided governor Mark Twain?
projected had some rather surprising senior citizens and orphan and foundling snake. 46. Amended 2. Anointed 7, Decompose A-The original Mark + Walter "Low Dollar" Wolf
21. Defeat H. Bullock: 3. 1u become Twain was a Mississippi River
highlight and sidelights children. They had visited a number of il Burdened 48, .\ppolm. Inllpld 9.altuldencc l'nder pilot named Isaiah Sellers opened the innards of that brand

On a tour of Ontario ai guests of the Ontario homes for the aged and chil 24 Self menu 1. house ground who wrote articles for a New new ice machine "Rex" Merrell recently -

Department of Tourism and Information dren' homes and remarked that wt In conscious DO\\'S wing nplu.h Orleans newspaper, signing sprung for and had it work-

the US. newspaper publisher this province were doing a much better mhjeitBleak) 1.. locUli. 3. Guiding 10. .\boul them "Mark Twain When ing like a charm in
were asked for their comment during a job of looking after our older folk and 26, h.nClI.R. Ilr'pl 11. Con. Sellers died. Clemens took the nothing flat.
discussion of Canadian-American affairs unfortunate kiddie than was the casein 28 Dislodge tiC 6. Haul alunll pen name for his own. It's a complicated looking gadget,
their own home states 17 Cop too.
which followed a dinner tendered This adm'ssion ai a bit of a 20. . . . . . . . .
came Lterarl'tutu
of Midland i f i 7 /I /I
the visitor by the town i' +
iurprle at >tell Somehow wet always COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Saturday stock car races

Their frank appraisal of ui ai a people believed our bigger and wealthier. 1/ II 2LSpae MICHAEL CHANCC. Cdll.-Publlilior at the speedway in East Naples are
was Interesting neighbor to the louth have been capable 23. Ses eagle THOMAS HAVE. AsMClOtO Editor
For example two or three of the of beating ui in most undertaking /IJ /If 25 Command MARSHALL WVATT, Adv. Mon.f building up a good following among
American publishers singled out for Certainly they once held the lead in lu II horsy ALBERT OPOLKA. Msch ...". local fans. You might want to give
special mention the emphasis on patriotism many fields. I' It I /I' 27 Open DAVID HERMANSON Clra Director a look sometime.
and loyalties that had been 10 In iplte of our different system of hostility MRS LOUISE onus Office MS'

apparent during the dinner ceremonlei government, our different flag and the 19 ,zo II 29 !Sea robber ..n'r'; :: *..c.pt Monday + Nope we have NOT read that
tlt .n.nwm ,
They deplored the fact that such patriotism fact they crossed a border (albeit undefended 30, 0111111 inpronouncing by
U lJ d IM County Publishlna Co.
in their own country war on the ) to get into this country, most II If'f'/ '/ // Ina.. 711 Twain, Avonuo. Sou", NoSubscription : little book that's supposed to make
want of the US edlton and publisher did 11 / II 11 JQI 1lIrmIned! 0.a loa 1717.".. UMO. Mal addrew P. O. some local city officials of the

This aisesiment of u* came ai a bit not consider C.r.d. a foreign country. 'Y'/- 32, Eachsngmfa : TeI.pheae' Midway' HI17 fw all past and present seem amusing. From
of a lurpris. It mutt be an indication Nor did they cl salty ui ai foreigner JJ Jf // >> Ji / J colloq de pi"", .n Ia.
of a change in our national characterfor in the sense they would regard person :/h '/h 33. Jt"eler' . . what we have heard, and remembering

never before have wt been known from countries on continental Europe. 51 // I. Ulllhl Koto a long conversation with two of the
Sy corrtor or moll, InKvonco
t' ai a nation of flag-waveri. Ai a people They considered ui neighbor who ;.rho H. Flit oring authors to trust
'I wt have tended In the pot to shy away spoke much the aamt language, ate .1' el ,,4J .. seed Ono Y.., 5:5.ix Month. $70. we prefer our own
from any open display of feeling of much the same types of food, viewed I fled rhroo Months Sill long and close acquaintance with the
1W Indeed in some the lame and forth. Rather 45 ., :: f :: Member of The AMOclototf hew rather than the
loyalty to our country. movie 10 1/3096. which lo onlitlod ..clu.... ly to thono men concerned short
id quarters it was considered positively! indecent than foreign country, wt seemed to h al. for ......IIIICIt''.. of oil .....1
I, // and perfunctory
., apparently meetingsthe
to let one'i patriotic feelings get them to be just another 'big" slat of :.'h That girl hip. ae Homo oil printooIn AP now Into doepMcAee.en. aswan

beyond the handUapping or "Here, the union-Fret Press Herald (Midland .. ........,;... U Harem IIn'.....- .. Mcono1 clooo minor olho authors depended on for their
Here! stagt Ontario) Par Sims" 26 "mm roonl :[' -lc Off*, ot NIMM.. FlorMo. impressions
indor of March X IM/

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NEWS Neplet Florida, Tye.o'e,, Sepiombot I l"64 7
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Is Top Issue In

Election Friday '%.l3. V. j ., .,, Cita - ., .

Two other U.S. firms rank
ChlUP) -
Chile, Uncle after the copper companies in

nl'pheunder Investments and tn Allende's ai j0giWI

will public list of Intended national!
i Progress,
"!' Frida)'. zatlon.
The Chilean. Electricity Co. is
.' a.t > promises

l'.::?, holdings In a subsidiary of Ihe American
and Foreign Power Co. The Chi. 2207PUBLIC
a strong race. a
1erale candidate lean Telephone Co., is owned) b)

t a good chance of International Telephone and . . . . .. . . ., . . . . . . . ... . ... ... ... - - - - -
) I Telegraph Corp. These two
firms have $600 million Invest
?, j Commu. ed. NOTICEIN 1 Announcements 48-Apts. For Rent
and Chris.
Eduardo Fret Smaller U.S. companies opere W.u- Homily Salon
the presidential atelnCJthuflplds. room OF THE: lo'q rth St South
Chile has received SS80 mile TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ('.."ri of llth Ave 47th MI ? .4M
\\est-leaning Street Ml' : Kelly Ito.d lo.ni_ _Are aAva__ _
lion In government funds since FLORIDA' 'IN AND FOR COLLIER I II $ b6)( : __
i on a plat. .IN CHANCERY
UO |ioo
\ reforms, sans he foreign aid 01: a major scale IN RE PETITION OF FarS.' I b..'", apli Effc.n' .
[ of for. was started In 194) Aid trickledin Robert A FickADOPIlON, !-!o.ta-Motors Accei. c,... TV Air, Cond. MS 4thIO
Cue So Ml POtalbEDROOM
the foreseeable for 15 years but rocketed Chancery No' JIM\ 17 loot I hn'glss' boat wIS" 10

in 1961, after the Alliance for NOTICE OF SUiT HP e.g n. 14,,,,,,.,no trulor, UNFURNISHED
launched.In lull top '''.is.dec..tuns, for APT
all'S has poured Progress was JOlts" LUnlt COLLIER WO 0/13.11
taie or I dr r.1I 7 III'S or t
,\ :\ i / / ', ,,, :; billion Into Chile the last four sears Chile Adds Un.nown 7 lilT I 1' II _.

ttlOTOL'S VIET NAM-A shouting mob of Buddhist rioters \\a\e their Includes around has received $420 million in al. Vo.. .a..,.m.d 5'by p.I"'o..etf.d, h..t".1 fl.d, th.Abov. .. :2J':: CABIN CRUISER llllll EBB TIDE APTS.

lare to attack offices of Xa\ private Invest llance aid, for top place in per Do".on 'in a h.bO.I'yl.d Cou.ti0 Weekly Monthly s...."
Dung Catholit newspaper in Saigon In Latin America -, Oi., .doo.on, 0' 'h. "''"0' cSia by mnxs'IIT: CO. Modern lurnnhed ell.c.enelet.
leaths and injuries, million In public capita aid ,.en....C a 5.'.," is st, John Trad ,n ennos C5s r'.11 a. bedroom aptt.
of U.S. firms has $16.80 against $9.40 for second., 0..11, Colh.. end tnot5, Qeo'p.C c.p M.nl, 110" Coo boot Kelly Rd E: Naplotlit
'''.' and you ... 'aq..d to .
place Colombia in the last fiscal hou. aonc. no. Alcohol otoso tf__
in foreign show ".u.. ,1 .n "or ho.e Ohas. never uted ('.b,n ,ml in per
for Chile )ear. ,. u"' hid'" not b. ,ranid feel cond Local' 0"1 owner (It.cienciet. Day Week or
Allende has launched a deter, by tervirt* copy at yoat .. ,"".ndo happy to d,tcutt boat with Month IRIS MOT i:L' Ml
)'ears. ,."... "00" Jan.s IAisnns A".m. buyer I lan or Ml I "U
I[ Court ] modernized ex. mined final stretch drive to de., Ion Po'"on., .P 0 Sos Equipment
County feat.Frei. lie was nominated by all/ NapI.s 1'10" ont b) " "11 55 Shono Had Ladder
when U.S. com. the ss.t' 'h".ol oth, 'h. CI.r' Fithine, Cats... Bow Hal, 49-Houses For Rent
the country. the Popular Action Front ..... Court on or before Oct.br.. Teak Deck romp,..
FRAP a Moscow4eanlng al., I ItM os'.'w.i.ad.c,,, may b< B.IIO Lite P.o. ) LARGE Bf-OHOOM. 1 OAtH,
03 and Anaconda entered etaintl you franlmt, .'dI o&mt.. rUHNISMKO CBS HOME
Judge Richard M. Stanley in (SO on a no valid driver'slicense the biggest llance of the Communist party,I adoption Compirle Galley Boat Hook NEAR SCHOOLS SHOPPING 4OOLP

:ount) COUrt yesterday orderd and $100 for failureto ..' Allende's own Socialists and I W,,"... my hand end (hi, Still of Book Value |J tnt -- Reatan COURSE VfARLV
cash.short Mid Court .t Eett Neplel Florid' Otto will, be >ccepted RENTAL IIM PER MONTH
bonds eSt icated in 16 cases appear. Margie foreign capital to three other minor group tnit, lath day of Aue.utt 1X4 Trade foundered MI M'S

hen' defendants failed to ap- Alfred G. George was foundnot muth B. Into the rich, Fret and Allende seemed ClerkCLERK MARGARET, T SCOTT IRUNK SMitH CHRIS CRAFT a H Sea, {.(iff

>ear in court. guilty on a charge failure Blschel. ore deposits. about even until a few weeks : 'S SEAL) Ret A E Broker
when Cuba By INEZ MAQILL Business Opps. Sal) Ninth SI North
ago cropped'
up as
Bonds forfeited were as follows to have vehicle under control. Deputy Cl.rki Naplet. Florida

Louis C. Slaten speedIng A case against Edwin V. Bus- note.Bank the campaign's top issue / JAMES R ADAMS CI.," CO"oo Ind u"d..th shop. lino si
of Forces P O Bo 411 ..055.0,0.. , taI.Prlr.d .
fighting the FRAP start a' cbs n on 1 bdrm unltirnifthed, hou'e ....Ih
$55; Charles Holi, speeding ceml charged with speeding Moore ... First ed hammering on Allende' Nap. )... Flor.fliAitornty undo, I. 000 P 51i14S. pnvtte ...... CallAt.rLr.en
for PetitionerSept 1' 5113Help :$ son, t/IO tfliro
$5; Kenny Schryver no was continued. note. close ties with Fidel Castro. I I. I 15 M l ibbI l r6

aild drivers license $25; A sentence of $35 or 35 days To Co Chile Is traditionally pro.West Want. Female illS STREET NORTH
I 1 both evailable 00nor.
| ..adon Thomas speeding $25; for violation of restrictions Billion and one of the most democratic IN THE CIRCUIT .COURT OF THE 00..uno'po"o S .ro Ou". 1110 r.lll "<< __JLiJLJ ) >

rohn L. Arnold speeding $30| charged against RlchardCreese countries in Latin America. But TWELFTH AND FOR JUDICIAL COLLIER CIRCUIT COUNTY.IN II".1 I *,Hk M..sl kno. short bedroom lurn home 1100

James D. Engle speeding $25, was suspended. On a charge of rtibnus Company Allende' campaign\ scores IN FLORIDA CHANCERY *h."d..f., no.alo.n" h.v....I.c'.c pl..nl lope 1.1. month. Owner winter" .on 110 p.m'mo...turnmer by

l.Veaver D. Harder speeding Improper driver's license he Stanley '! first life heavily among the. many Chi. CASE NO till plI on..ur E H MnSoI.r Aus Itth IM) IllS Aol NapieePeril
lean poor with promise of 1m. ERNEIT: ALFRED HENDRICKSON" __r. Mi 1 M'I s/Pt If ',1 litAII."v.
[1 not; John M. Beatrice, no valid' was sentenced $50or50days. Elizabeth. with more
proved Plainlifl Typitt recepl.oniit. wenttd, part Guetl House I
living standards and
(driver's license $25. Ca rlton Robinson was senten- Robert said.'V of life Insurance YLLEN or full time Profettional of locke' : ",,'" new See a.,.
$30 ced announced drastic social reforms.Chile' LILLIAN : HENDRICKSON fire, Mil \11 I/MID School completely, 'u....."....
Car Witkop. speeding. ; to$35or35daysona chargeof adoption. by DefendantNOTICE .
diplomatic break with Woman for illiiationt line ,la 10 per month on yearly l I.ato.orp.r
James E. DeVogt Jr., speed- falling to have vehicle under president of the Havana Aug. 11 has likely hurtAUendl' TO< : TO DEFEND (let, hon ilirtrntitl,, Wnte, I monthly' Call I SlU.
ling a total of Son 1M'" A"" -i.I Klhei County 1/71 tt
$25 Jessie M. Smith no control. Austere LILLIAN HUN HENOHICKSON
?0 Third Street N>.w> it I intbaiet I lhaa,00m M..0I1 looo. aloslo.plrg
I valid driver's license $25 Ralph Anthony was sentencedto Insurance In ,'h .
; Randall Jorge Alessandrl refused for Wherton, New Jera.yvoa 'lariy Apply in om pnvat0.nI
1 Pierce T, Seago. no valid driv- $100 or 100 days onachargeof Marie years to sever ties with the Cas. ire hereby nodded' thet 5 p.,... Don't 'r d.o,! R..ailhTri ra000,., 701 Wtll L.k. On 1/10 MlS &I
....t for divorce, hat been Med ;' 'h""".". r.i.t., _"2! tf 755
er's license Leonard P. reckless of firearms tro regime. He ,
$25 display Paul made claimed this ataintl you in the Circuit Court ofCollier
goal was for rent C.ly H..".., I bedroom -
I Brown and James A. Brown and was granted a jury ricia Lee stated "by would violate the principle of County ERNEST' Florid ALFRED in Chencery.wherein MEN 14-Hlp Wanted Mat. Ml 1 t tin t/l II

unlawful possession of alligator trial on a charge of sale of ples. nonintervention and wtlf-deter. DRICKSON 'in the Ple.nl.If. end } bedroonper frn.hnd, 501110, lIS

j hides $50 each; and James F. alcohol to a minor. Richard $ since, the, be to- mlnatlon of the people But he ere you required ere the to Oetendent..,v. copy end of youru05r you man W..d...,'h- O....up."c"...1 I mains.."OIl..ancsp5,1.10 M4 month, N.pl.. I' or.'"1. MI'1

i bowed before the Cuban quaran. or pleedmi to the Bill of Gull '''0'. .ou'm.1
| Thompson speeding $30. Shelby A. Halley ClarenceA. S. Jeffcoat year. To illus tine voted the Complaint for Divorce, upon Plain .".. 1001,1 unIts, W..,. b. itS/ ?.
and Mike Luke by majority of the A n ColIn.r, COU"., N.... Wanted
.\ warrant was ordereddrawn Davis E, we re Guy of this If 1' attorney ZEMEL i GOLD ,. S3-Llstingi
Inter-American foreign minis. IERG P. 0 100 564. Ps I Myrs. CI
I against Jerry G. Harris and each sentenced to $25 or 25 pee and Is as much In- era July 23. f 10".... .nd 1.1.,' 15., 0".1' A".. Retired, or .m'.d' man HJSO b..,... 'or inc coil Somo.'It

bond set on a speeding charge days on charges by an officerof as the com Alessandrl barred from re. wer, or ol Pleedme'the 'Circuit In the Court. .or'Col theClerk wanted. fmMilr ....,,1 p.1 slono Ho..iln f ..l lost Naplet an ISo Cello 1.al County IIlIlf

[ at $25 and bond for failure to the conservation departmentof City.Harvey by the I llectlon, has no candidate of his I tier .County, Florida on .' before : < Full .O',ns's'v purl 0m bond emSI.pt.uncrc '..
tt I tlsS II fail to doa
appear $100. having no valid registrationor Sandra War 11, after I wn In the presidential race. Sept Decree Pro Confeuo you will" be takenaiamet "m.I,. 1711 Is A.Collo.'a Cou,11I 1/11 N...If.. 57-Houtes For Sal*

A warrant was ordered Issued display of decal. of of you for the relief, demanded
a century the Complaint, f brtlh, ew.mminl
in J Hdrm
blutk. wanlwJAp' 1 .ily" In
against Ethel I L. Ties and Jimmy A. Pullen and JackL. DONE AND ORDERED In Na Uoy Don k Liliell Hmll. Pool, Nice Hhtiib* on 100 QullFront
sentenced olet, Florida, this, lIst day ol Ausuet.MARGARET Rirton : Tenter while S."d BeachOwnrr
bond fO thiiinmn
set at $: for speeding Mclntyre were to 1t6l. ,inmout to tell Open

$200 or 90 days plus 10 days. World past 32 months Says Customer T. SCOTT Dock H..II .."'.d ten P"v. iiindayt.
Clerk of Circuit' Court yechl Contect Mr Wain at
on charge of unlawful posses added $518 mil- CLERK'S SEAL Beachcomber Club for inter. CARIBBEAN REALTVHeaKort

;: sion of,,gun and{ light. at nig!tt.. Blooms In force. Wanting Cooked Byi Deputy. INEZ Clerk MAQILL v..... Phone Ml I tICS Sill tf 1/M N Trail" Ml, ftltttPHIVAtt .

Say Auto ". .. ..'C; WI r tW .ifs} W%,1I4J ,1 average of,$18 .Attorney IFM :GOLDBERG! lor Plaintiff 1 15-Sal Help Wanted ... .. '

John Pennlngton was sentenced ; month or $600 Foods Price IMJ Broadway NO' BROKEN IAK
Ups I..n .H'lod In .rll OIrw
to$35 or 35 days on a charge Sundays Fort Myert n, Florida'I. S, II. HM .UI ."d ....d ..s 1'.1., lot.ImA" Owner mutt tell three, bedroom.
Ass Sept
.. 1 b.'" home
of Niehaus declar- ....,,, "Po '" '' A. "" in THE MOOR
vagrancy. .. ,,, .. , I INOS Central heat
. CHICAGO I! l.c.1. Mi l b bi.i. m.'oIp.51 and air
Peace James K.McLees was granted JACKSONVILLE (AP)-Con. IN CIRCUIT COURT. .uI,.. "i d..d,I I.. "," AlI .0"dI,0. cup.I I lS,,,.S.out .
May of famine :r sumer demand for ready-to-eat TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I liArtwe" i..mm.. .s'".,". In right .c.pt 1 bodroo" Com
a jury trial on charges millions or 21, 1956. after foods ha* helped widen the gap COLLIER COUNTY. por'y D.m"".I" .11.. I"" ",....d plot., I.lcton, l.ciud.n. .po..1
driving while \license was revoked STATE OF FLORIDA .with Other fn,._ 5.-oli'. Ap and dsSeash.' N'n 5CVOOSOS
man rat IonGulf Life between farm and store price, IN CHANCERY ply''in pot'.... i I" ""I. .. 5i porch, paved drivewey, toddedlewn
and driving while Intoxi- economist Inn manaxeiPlymnuth Wnoil l.hryOr.T friono Ml: 14104 otto
$1 billion of say the Davis Brother, who No ill
,., .
WINSLOW No 5/i 'S CPU 000>
cated. "It will :I ESSIE MAE: (
Be At HandDETROIT \ The second head one of the nation' biggest Plaintiff. ,
Norman D. Mullins receiveda En.o, ,I or not I bedroom
catastrophe added In seven supermarket chains."Customers v.RO.IRT 16-HelPAvailabl. I lbo'" lu,.""," houtann
sentence of $250 or 125 days declared are asking for WINSLOW beeuliliil '0' welerwayTerreoa
l'P> Specula; vice | : Defendant' 7 lndii.1 ,n.dl..li., I I... .M.d Ii...... Carport
linn mounted tod-n in' this into plus 90 days on a charge of t better quality more service, NOTICE OF SUIT work nr S 'ob HI priujlef : Many I..|. Royel Pnlmt ,
j motive iplt.il tint the United driving while license was re- State founded in Pen- prepared ready-to>eat or cooked THE: STATE ROBERT OF WINSLOWYou FLORIDA TO ,, at ,:::iO I f .ll Olctf, eld 10 mn,,. drive to Quit Only
Buffalo. 4 Sill' ln.mkoiu. C.II 110.000 HURRY on Ihit" .".1
I Auto Workers Union ,ind, Chrys.let voked. WllUam Sun on was sen- In 1911, by the food and greater varieties" are hereby Med. notified, ., that i i.e. 'flr 'SMad sson.to.
Such sail hat been aiamel you in -
( Corp. mal tie ,i lot neirei tenced to $25 or 25 days on a and South a ; In 1916, aid A. D. Davis, president lb ibau..n,,,11... C.u5Ifl 5 you for n.l.i, Wl 1100 111A IUr.'U OTTO- NOIII'- WRIGHTsos VIRGILMARCIU '
and J. E. Davis board chair.man d
(agreement thin U\W President charge of no valid driver'shicenae. was moved to are hm.b yroquir. to terve sSpiainl.Il II 1:011,.. i .i.n Ii. N.sI JAEGER PHIL KEVE1
and later S.ttonywhosnam.aSd.dd
of Winn-Dixie stores.They 1 \1
( Walter P. Reuther has Indltat : re It occupiedI r.Isapp.ar.r.5t. yourm,.)
led. ble as made the remark In a ten defentet. il any, to the bill of !DKWKY; ; POLLY
strips food I I locations I before statement Monday reporting complaint in sad, tuit" copy ol which -Investments33Misc.
The spe< ulatlon and It was it delivered, to you her.win nn or
the building was record sales and net earning. before Sept 4 A D l 4 ....n".? .v..l.b'o' 'u' ....."d ..nu'm. REALTY
urely that Mimed on Reu. Dr. foil not or dec... COn "lId ColIn
At that time, for the fiscal which ended Herein prO "" lupilos 'ot
hers assertion Monday( night year I.... .will, b. .n'.d .ansf. you 1 County Now. P 0 8"0
that President Johnson will Marsh Hen Hunt mediate I 1 staff consisted June 27."FUbllcity. for Ih. ,hef, preyed In the bill of 110/ A''II. oil Cl Ono Decoy. Pnlly Ritallnr
J for the and the about the differ, complaint" Corner ol It! Ave No 4
I keep a Labor Jay speaking en. company Th. nulurl 01 said. sail, b.,". for For Sale Tam..m nro.I
rope to Insurance In ences In producer and consum., D'vor.' Ml 50155.
| agement in Detroit Opens SaturdayTALAHASSEE marltan er prices has false 1m., WITNESS my hand and Ihe teal .
given a 1:..".". ,""d., 1 b.doo". 7
Until Reuther' "he will twI of t preislon for customer general, ol laid Court at Naplet Flonde Inn Take toil way the Blue' Luttrewey bulb I.... ponch. un.1 ...
dey from dalpolsan S upholttery .., ..
nere there had been. some c""d.I doap.s d.shwash .
Marsh hen food yields. floor addi- ly are not of the of T SCOTT .
| aware cost Rent ol otlsShan.pu SI nnoO I''.,.n.In'. ill Ioml0O
doubt Clerk Circuit CoutISEALI
hunter will open Florida' 1904. The office space. the additional services they are II Ntplet FurniluriTo 540500 114 500 "y lmmsMARLOWI
The speculators asked Could ;/1 t M a arCs III 5thAu.
lam : 63 hunting season at sunrise ceedlng! Is Inadequate demanding" the Davis brothers ly EDITH TYOETT 10 Ml P S27IIlI
politician ,isk for a better Saturday September 5, according years away Deputy Clerk I Ion RCA Olmp" ,? hi.Ix 0 I, .. If
500 home of
I Laboi Day kl 'koff ,nndlsnr, 'K\ Al I con
< for a ram. to A.D. Aldrich direc. Birth and In spite of more expensivefood for plaint.f ",,,,". mu '. "'.' Phone MlVI I II N..., 0 ,,,,.. b.droom. S ...,,,
I1 sign than an .innoun.'ementi and Fresh Water Fish Dr. plan are US C.I Av. 1041 M hemof Neer ..ho'S.. neer thopmaj
tor Game anA-er. processing and
packaging Ne'plati'f'ioridV :
i>n free for the build- eneloted. terete. F H A
] nationwide television Commission.( The day's hunting effects on they added, the average Amerl. As ii. II 2), Si ol I, MM 1:14) 5 fool sofa good lu"d.hun 1.01 ...m", .,,,,."Ian..iabi. M.le on
I that agreement had been will end at sunset. problem home office on can family I I. 19 I U\ offer |I7 500 Devid C Jo...
I reached .cm j ontrait antlclpat. rails of the St. Johns per IN vHf CIRCUIT COURT OF THf "..II", HI tlh, A. to Mla
led Hunting the migratory birth cent of its after-tax Income for TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 76-Personal ttVt t/l it
to gUll .Intel' three >eaig of and galllnules (march hens) will er, the Life Center food today. AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY for Flor.
labor peare In one of the na.lIon's for 69 consecutive I business rental This FLORIDA' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS loceledneer
be allowed regardless compares with 28 per C... No PitS ide 'I'o'r. Ideally :
| bellwether Industries? 13. INC ISn on.omonw.'s ''',nbinFsbioms the Gulf W.U.na., dieItnre -
hotel I
day ending November Bag duition, he adjoining cent spent by the average FULLER: 'INDUSTRIES A.. for help by cm to THE MOORINGS Golf

They Uso: [pointed out that _limit for all rails and gallinules American family In 1947-49, the fore da'in eutinett corporation in .theI" tuthoriitdto ins Ml 2 list Vititort cordially and Country Club I bedrnomt .

J Reuther had threatened to Is 13: for a day's bag and 30 Davis brother said. They also 11,1. 0' '.". ""U"' ." M..,,".. .n Firtt33Scrvicei t betht CB1 he...
I strike last pi.intfl., 5apI.sO hunch A.n. .n Its Full* IcOn S 4 heeled
Wednesday at mid. for total possession.The said It compared to today's 30 SI I' ,,,. Av. .v"o Tun mId Welled. tolenum' Flonde tun
1 light anof the Big Three clapper rail will be the per cent in Great Britain and HELEN F" HOWL P.. n'I".1' I 10 PM porch PetiO Pricelet, *

lOenera;: ) Motors Ford 01 Chry. taken. Other1 70 D..d..1 sal treet '..u..nll
1 primary species per cent In Rusiia. AMENDED: NOTICE TO lendtceped By eppomtmentlliriLLE
ei who failed to meet UA W'fOrms. prominent species Include the The annual report( showed APPEAR AND DEFEND Offered 1'r5001.; .
| Virginia king black and sora Wlnn-Dlxle store had 871792.. STATE HELEN F HOWL SLIP COVERStsp.cal MARCUM NOBLE WRIGHT'

A few hour before that dead. rail. Hunters will also take the 266 sales In filial 1964..n In. whose pretent retidencaand BOB JAEGER PHIL KEVES

.line\ art i veil, Reuther singled Florida and purple galllnules. create of 4.87 per cent over the c/. R whereenoutt O CHALLER'it Mi OCiti D.p"? S Uphol.lr.0l Oil If DEWEY; POLLY

J nit Chr. slei smallest of the Big Although rails and galllnules previous year; and $20.414.48Snet RI S

I Three ,is the No. 1 target for a are found throughout the State, earning after taxes an v 0u.Andover'. hereby Connecticut not,f.ed. that a 36-Wanted To Buy REALTY

I strike (or else. the majority of the hunting donein Increase of 11.68 per cent. ti.it, hit betn entered in the f rEal "lOd c"...... ,,' .. *a..iwl
Reuther 'jeier has spelled out tidal marsh areas along the Earning share to."l, of the' Twelfth, JudOal.1 c..ud 'O"d,1,I.- SaI.r.a'' Pp.0.0t .
per were $1.82
Florid, .
in and for Collier County Ma.l.a. . , ., ISIS and Ou O..t 1'011. It..llor
'where exi, tly what those coastlines. Most of the success In 1964, an Increase of 17 cents. in Chancery where n FULLER iNDUSTRIES SI SIt .n. If 1:0'..' of I. Av. N. S
| INC Plaint.fi, hat ontared T...... Tr.lMl ,
should be. I done In Net
ful marsh hen hunting earning were 2,34 per cent O tu,I Iflintt you Sod tuitit .1.4
He keep insisting that pro. a tier of six counties alongFlorida' of sales, compared to 2.20 percent entitle/ F JtLER: INDUITRIESINC 38-Autos For Sale

| du lion workers must get their northeast coast ..Nassau In 1963. Hid to a do'..butmett.,.n corporate m the title author' of '0" 1.5 5.u I.rlC ...", .-Aulu 5S-loU For Sal.

"equltv ." measured by what ex.letutlves Duval, St Johns, Flagler, "Ol>.d. Pla.ntff, ,ursu 5. HELEN I"nm" .," ond .ond hc.r,.. a..i.t..i' Cu_..... ut000'nO
tilt sto<'kholder* art Volusia and Brevard Counties., F HOWL Defendant I 'Is I'Inn May Uso0'.lIltI 0 H,.>! School, COM
PUBLIC NOTICE The ".','. of ...5 tuit "it to fore lOts Alnoot NailS T. ,
Ip, ,, f the Industry' the I'1 000 Will lone II WO PhsnoS
ketlng: from and two counties along cl... e Mtchinic t Lien recorded n 75027 "I III 05,7 illS If
( most i.ibulous profits ever over western Gulf Coast Gulf and the Pbie, Recordt of Coli.., Counly I iIW1i. .' ..h;.' ' ..t.nn.0.1Si.
n ; s' Coos OF THE: COUNTY FiO'di' ..n 0 R Boon \H ., ',po S .", ,old .ndr.ad
tlc 1 ,ift IH m.inths. Franklin. JUDGE: '5 ANt *OJ COLLIE P... 1'0 sad Lln" Sung f.i.d' ( ft .... 5't, n I'S 59-Acre.ag
While the UAW chief has rldl.I Hunting In other counties 1* COUNTY rtOOlOA June Jl l..4 The forecloiure, of Cal'' L'ti .. W .'.d fhryHer; _
IN PHOIATC NO Oil ta d Ln" ,nvolvet the filo..rg .. PI,,,,...,,, hit I M Hi acree .loee: 'in la US 41
< uled i* inadequate and unac. becoming more popular as more IN WE lUAU Of tcr.bed reel property: which it loc.i.4 ills acre Tm',,., Collier, Coun.I .
,testable urtualh Jilral1eloffers hunter take advantage of earl} CHAt w STEWART, "/hIeC n Comer:,, County Florida; . to Really' taI on Ihe Trail..
45 Trailers For Rent 11/1/ "
jut the Blr Three) okesmen for hunting dates applying to marsh CMAKLM W. STEWAKTOaceeietf: ".1 Lot V GOLDEN SHORES SUBDIVISION ,

I the 'atteie, termed their of. hen. occord''n. to the Plat Trailer 14 a week ..,,, TV TRAIL FRONTAGE I
Ifera "the best been estimated that NOTICE or PtLINQPtTiION thereof at recorded 'n Pl.t Be*" 110 a week Specet It a week II acret h.gh. 4 dy land lit
: ce1ellll ,1 i B has FO* fINAL. DltCHAHOEOF I Past n Public "...,.. of ", .1.. from aeurtheuee MAR.
: Qfferea..l. Florida hunter harvest from EXECUT01 Coil., County Fio'.d.Y II'aif Rock Creek Trailer Pirn LOwE a IICK. 411 Hh Avo
marsh hen TO ALL WHOM IT MATCONCEHN osarinlOld's, S to II, 4 .OOO to 60,000 T Clerk' of sad Court your A..,.".

each season. Nol.ce .. hereby ..u.. that, I hay* and to ..rv., e copy, thereof upon 4S-Apts. For RentI 40 ,lie,.. It* "' ".. from Court
Med l.nal 'return at eiecularthe ef ,,,. p.n,11, or PlanI.ff attorney.
Bird .....
Complete lin.Of Under Migratory Act, :.r. ef Cnat w tiewert.e MARRY A ""o"O.I:: Bedroom ApeVtmont L.,.. ":;YI.I4W III' 011I"
mar hen hunter must nave / C W lieoan' a,./, Cherie tddrete i 0 Pott ill l.vinj, room and plenty ol cup
their shotgun plugged to three. W"I..'..' : eceeie4. mat I have For) Myert Fiaride. SaltS, .. tof board apace. R.fr aerator 4 CAftiMCAN MfALTVReeltort
N wJeep Med my petition tor "el e,"".,..' .le fOY' wr tten appearance oraeoeir to Hinge furnithtd, A.r Condi
shell capacity. Rifle* are always ana1 that I mil apply I* the' Manor to PI...",If t Cempleint on or t'ooo, S Soul., '" Napisi P.,. I/M N Trail Ml I lISt
when able CASd M StenitJueie *ftne be'ore t"e ISth dey of SeptemberItM Csil,' MI a '101, alas If
prohibited takingifllgratory C......., Cow,, o. Coll.er. County. and lo entwar S required d bylaw trade 19 M dow
birds. Duck stamp"'I. not Te. ',....... ... September 21 IH4 for no ,later th.n, sad date, other H eera month No ",.,and...
1400 "
quired for marsh hen*. approval of the lame lor final *)i ..'.. the .11........ of teid Com 515515 per Ono mile from Golden
cherge ae aeecutor of the ,,. erfChat e't.xt' will be taken at onletied WANT ADS Oa'. Cloy.' Op.. Ccl.I
:J;; W Ste.ert. a/t/e C Wi'.... *" 'oUWITNESS ,., Cs,,, y Plty,1u1l\l11i/l f
hand and teal, of i
4 art a/h/a Chariot W. Stewart g* my
The only way { itjee(. of the --- '. -- - -- -,- ,- coetee). 050,, Cojrt ,in Napiee Collier County.Fior.de . 66-Insurance)

Supreme "CouM. of ttitf United SIGNS: JOF VIOLENCE A police officer, \\ ith *uiMVJamee Arihuf Stewart AD' $1944 thit lOlh day ., Aufutt. I vMAROARIT ._ _ _ _ ,0''

Mates the :f**fwl Jfpfn ;of- ) r"otraitt dul'oHue Eiecutor of the, ....,. of T $COTT1cIRCUiTCCOUCT ,a" live Money Caey Payment
a"pu'zzledJonc flit hj! frre\ a rioter
fi to jryfMfh \o .. C".. W sa.sorl.5s -- -- Fl.". Auto, Home Owner*.
let tf -, Jijltl'inlf' AH f looting in Philadelphia. Other C. W Stewart. ./," SIALiso. ? ,.
edinEi twst .be' 'fnrtilcd"biIfIr Charlet W. Stewart lNZ ""A ILL V 'jAfOfl INSURANCE
HowiVof' ft3nsrd &sstiea egT.fffj-'ach; jKjrmisji) Practically every storrirt .," D.p.Iy C's'sAug IN HH Avo. North
acrid 0ut io 1hieesue/ ; sio-s.qua1e.rAQck,, area was wrecked. Aug n"K.... I. .. II. IM4 MM II I' U. lapt. I. 11M ItS? R:UBBER STAMPS fI 2-1117 MI m. "",tat'E

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I COUNTY NEWS, N.pt.s.' FI..I ., Tw.id.r;j.,""'", I. l It.4 School's Open *, WEATHERBy Florida JumpsTo

Ninth PlaceIn
High Low Pro
Traffic Deaths Officials UrgeThe Albany, cloudy 83 61 .43
Opens Peninsula Albuquerque, cloudy 93 6S Population
Soared Motor Club Atlanta, clear 91 67
For July, (AAA) yesterday announced the Bismarck, clear 87 61
opening of toe annual crusade Boise, rain 98 49 .39 WASHINGTON (AP) Flor.ida's .

Drive Friday Figures Show asking motorists to be on the Boston, cloudy 88 69 .09 has boosted mushrooming the state from population tenth

alert for children traveling Buffalo, cloudy 76 56 to no. 9 In census bureau list
and from school. Chicago, cloudy 81 62
CHICAGO (AP) There ings.
were 4,410 traffic accident The club was Joined loci, y ..y'IAww Cincinnati, clear M 84 In 1960, Florida' menwomenand
In Prescott deaths In the nation during July?, In the"crusade"by Sheriff C.M. Cleveland Denver clear, cloudy 93 76 18 II children numbered 4,951,560.

the National Safety Council said!! (Doug) Hendry of Collier CCJ.Try Des Moines, rain 81 18 .10 According to Monday' official:
NEWPORT BEACH, "Hf. today -more than for any single and Police Chief Ben Cam Detroit, cloudy 78 60 census report, the state now has
CAP) IDa formal +mJ4lRtiklckoff | month, In the motoring history tiers of Naples. Fairbanks, cloudy 83 43 5,705,000 residents This Is a
I By comparison, tile U.s. Mar. jump of 753,440 In four
two days away peruMI.CM New,colorful posters bearing Fort Worth, clear 98 73 years.
toes during the three.year Korean Leading states In
a populationare
presidential nominee Barry the Important message Helena, cloudy 60 47 .04
Goldw t.r get back to the busl. war' lost a total of 4,267 "School's Open Drive Carefully" Honolulu, cloudy 8'7" 1. California 18,084,000 2.
,, .. killed In battl* New York 17,915,000 3. Penn
neil of politic today ;ter clear 88 84 ;
are being displayed Indianapolis,
week of The record July toU supplant Dlvanla 11,459,000 4. Illinois
sun and lea off the Jacksonville cloudy 95 76
fornla cast ed that of August. 1963 when 4,7 throughout the community The 56 46 .01 10,480,000; 5. Texas 10,397,000
A heavy stubble of it Ion 310 were killed in Accidents on locM "School's Open"program Juneau cloudy 6. Ohio 10,100,000; 7. Michigan
77 67 .38
beard on hi. fact and a blue streets and highway It was II Is part of the nation-wide campaign Kansas Los City, cloudy clear 70 61 8,090,000; and 8, New Jersey
yachting cap perched on hit per cent greater than for July by the American Automo Louisville Angeles, clear, 87 60 6,682,000. Then comes Florida.
head, the A r I Ion a senator last year when 3,970 deaths bile Association and Its affiliated Memphis, clear 88 70 Filling out the top ten li Mas.aachusetts .
cruised back to Newport Beach were counted. clubs. clear 87 76 with 5,338,000 per.
Monday night aboard the bor. The number of traffic( fat all. A. Ridge) Jones, general Miami Milwaukee, cloudy 72 60 sons Massachusetts was ninth
rowed motor yacht Sundance. ties for the first seven rnonthigf mlnagtr of the Peninsula Mo- Mpls-St., P., cloudy 74 87 In 1960 and changed place with
"Abe Lincoln did all right In a this yearai Z5,G3 0,an Increase', tor Clubsaldi"Mptorlstsmustbear New Orleans, clear 96 M Florida to take the 10th seat.
of 11 cent over the 23,01 Oforthe The census bureau
beard per said the
Goldwater told news
(to mind that thousands of New York, clear 83 63
same when month of 106) latlonal
population Increased 2.7
photographers aih escorted
Okla. clear 94 71
and City
hla wife ashore at the Rn.lhon Howard P'yle, president of the kindergarten first-grade nllllon over the past 12 months
Omaha rain 80 66 T
Bay Club. safety council, commented thai children are part of the traffic tnd on July 1 It was 191 million.
88 69 .20
On OoldwaUr'a docket todayt! traffic accident are, becoming stream for the first time. Phoenix Philadelphia clear, cloudy 100 71 The largest cities In Florida
a long round of televlnlon tap. one of the ollfllr,'! moat crltl. "Many of these children will Pittsburgh, cloud 85 57 Include In orderj Miami, Jacksonville

Ings at a Loa Angeles atudlo. cal social problem!. In the Wo. be walking along streets and ," f ., Ptlnd, Me.,clear) 79 64 Tampa, St, Petersburg
24 age group, he laid, "more where sidewalksare { yl+ Fort Lauderdale and
lie will record television spot highways no +. %rAY. Z. ' ( Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 70 50 Orlando
appearance, SO seconds to five people die from traffic acctdente available. This Is particularly I. 't'kq'W Rapid City, clear 92 60 .69
minutes In length, to be shown than .from any other. true Inoue suburban r 7 Richmond, cloudy, 79 70 1.88St.
on atatlopa around the country cause" areas The old, rural safety Louis, cloud 86 62
during nil race against Presl. "Traffic accident today," rule-- Walk on Left Facing Salt Lk. City, cloudy 88 62 AntiCastroitesDestroy
dent Johnaon. laid "are the fifth
Pyle leading Traffic--should be stressed San Diego, cloudy 70 64
Campaign director Denlson of death" with heart
nUll only
with children in these areas." San Fran., douily 63 56 .01 Cuban
Kltchel hid disease cancer
they will cover all strokes and
Seattle cloudy 63! 50
I the basic Issue of ,the cam. pneumonia ending greater num. The AAA urged parents to ,
pllrn.Goldwlr.r. bers. walk with their children who Tampa, clear 91 80
Washington, cloudy 88 70 Radar StationPANAMA
files home to phoe. are attending school for the
yr Winnipeg, cloudy C6 30 .68
nix tonight and will\ open his first time to help these child yk (M.Misslng) (T.Trace) (AP) Nine anti.
presidential race Thursday with Hold 4 ren select the .fUI'route to 'Castro commandos have de.
an address to a rally Prescott, NegroesIn school strayed a Soviet-directed radar
Ariz. Motorists reminded WITH MORE and more new buildings going up locally in Tahitian station on Cuba's southeastern

Kltchel told a news confer Killing Of t regardless were theprecau-- style, it didn't seem too unusualwhen the photographer came upon Powers Ordered coast, a Cuban exile leader said
enc. Monday California and the lions taken others attractive Sherry First on the beach near the Beach Club all deckedout Monday night,
Midwest will be'two key targetsof Carolina' operators of by vehicles-In-they traffic, as, in Polynesian style.* The enterprising cameraman, knowing that Back To Florida; Manuel Artlme announced his
the Coldwater campaign.He Cop raiders struck from two torpedo
school bells sound to into
"are never freed of responsibility wer to yesterday, persuaded Sherry go a
laid all
the and
senator boats that got
may dance routine while a co-operative passerby tried to offer her some away
awing through the South In mid. / Plans To AppealHOUSTON safely
RAEFORD. N.C. (1.1) -
September Pour Negroe'iw.re Charged to. I school books. We don't think the books helped the picture at all, but He said he didn't know wheth.

H. laid Ooldwater will be do. day In the slaying of a North anyway .,Sherry's attending Naples; High School in conventional Tex. (AP) -Ar. er any Russian or Cuban 01-
log a good deal attire. (McGrath photo) cused slayer Melvin Lane Pow. killed
of campaigning Carolina highway patrolman dlers were during the raid
Thant Sees No en, 27, was refused a writ of
In eastern
states Including New who attempted to arrest on* of habeas early Sunday morning.
York, New Jersey and Pennsyl.. them lae Monday i corpus: Monday by Dlst. But, he declared: "We have
vanla. Trooper W.T. HeiWe bodywas' Early Solution Civil Aeronautics Board regulations Judge Wendell Odom: shown that we can pull the tail

Coldwater Is due In San DI. found In", 'I i Icornt1ld off To Cypr is Crisis New Record New CommitteeTo to serve as the fifth turned This means to Powers. can be of the Russians." I
over Florida authorl.
ego Sept. 8 to open a campaign U.s. 401 neat his patrol car. He man on the commission and to ties Artiste said the radar station
journey up the West Coast.i had bean shot three times In the GENEVA (AP) U.S. Sec. Watch Over act as chairman. murder for trial on a first degree was defended by a garrison of '
forehead, with bullets fired retary-General U Thant said today Turner reported that presently charge In the Miami 150 Cuban soldiers and three So.
from his own revolver he saw no hope for a solu. slaying June 30 of Jacques Mos. viet officers. The station was selected I

Kosscllini Has Raeford Police Chief &.. W. lion of the Cyprus crisis In the For School Naples Airport southeast there approach are trees to the at air the ler Powers 69, Houston will remain millionaire.In the he said, because It was
Stanton laid WlUte Smith Jr.,, near future. used to detect Cubans fleeing
about, 39,confessed to the shoot,, Leaving; for New York, Thant Chairman De- port exceeding safety heights.The county Jail here! until the Texas their country by boat, especially
Proof Barry'sBehind tog after several hours of ques.tlonlng .,, told newsmen thai, ; after talk Commission trees are on county con- Court of Criminal Appeals has those coming from Orlente and
Times >. Stanton laid Smith was i, !here with the repre'sentatlvea of wey Polly and CommissionerGlenn trolled 'propeny and the City ruled on the matter, delayinghis Camaguey provinces.
charged with murder. the powers Involved In the crl Enrollment Allen will represent the was without authority to remedythe return to Florida at least un. Artlme asserted that once the
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) An Murder cha/gei also wen i, list "I have come to the con. county board on a newly created situation, hence the invitation til October. refugees were spotted, speedy
aide to Oov. Albert Roaelllnl tiled against three other Pine...elusion that an agreed solution, A total of 4,260 students, a Airport Zoning Authority. for the County to partici- Texas Gov. John Connally or. SovleUbullt patrol boats were
says he has proof the Republican .1, hurst Negroes, Will Allan, Al, at least far the moment, la out recordnrollment, filed Into the Appointment of the two men pate In keeping the runways free dered Powers turned over to sent after them. He said the
Florida authorities two weeks
national ticket of Sen. Barry *'' of the question." classrooms made this boats usually were commanded
bert Reeves and Rudy Clegg: public school yester. was at morning's from obstructions.
Ooldwater and Rep. William Bruton. Smith and Bruton were i I Thant laid he felt U.S. forces day, opening day of the 196448 session at the meeting and Turner said the newly creat- ago.Defense by a Russian and the refugees
Miller Is way behind the times,1, held at the Hoke County Jail 1Rpefor4 n i I should remain in the strife-torn school term. This li an Increase! pointed out the need of a committee ed commission could serve to man delayed lawyer the extradition Perry Fore.of were always shot to death while
The governor' press secretary >' Mediterranean Island for anoth. % In their boats.
and Reeves and Allan i I of 12.2 cent over the 1963 crouching
Calvin Johnson, showed iletter 1 were taken to nearby Moon,I.r three month after their opening Say enrollment of ',aoo, or commission to serve control future building near the his client by filing an appllra. He said the radar station and
In this capacity.The which Interfere tlon for a writ of habeas
Monday from the Gold.1 ends airport might corpus.
County present assignment on Superintendent of Schools W.D. a lighthouse were located on
water.MUler Washington D.C.headquartere. two men will join with with air traffic and bring criticism During the hearing, before
26 Cabo
1 In the Smltl Sept provided that the government Reynolds reported.St. Cruz, at the western tip of
fight Herbin
CouncilmanJoel Judge Odom Foreman contend
Turner and City from the aeronautics of- ,
the of President Makarloi'want Anne Catholic School the southern coast of Oriente
and other
It was addressed to "The Hon men the-road. Kuperberg, appointed by ed Powers was being held In
'; aide and went Into the e6rnfeldEtanton It, and the United NaJtlon's reported an enrollment of 160 ficials. Province.
Arthur B. Langlle, Oov. of the said Where thi" troupe: obtains th.1' necessary on opening day.tnrollment the City to serve. They will The City owns and controlsthe Jail without legal Justification. Artlme spoke at the home of a
/ Foreman notice of appeal
a tat. of Wash., Olympla,I funds gave Cuban friend here in
Wash" was shot, by school In the select a man familiar with the airport after the ruling. Panama.

Langlle ervec county with the 1963. figure shown
Rapubllcan ) I
from 194M3 and again tromUU.IS'7. : in paremneses le 11 followel na.
plea Senior High School 570,
Roaelllnl la a Democrat. :1 ((486)), Naples Junior High School,
NOON ft STOCKS 842 (620)); Lake Park, 589 (662); BE READY FOR A

Fcrd'a Theatre was never again Shadowlawn, SOI (, ,O); Sea Gate,
used ss a theater after President 266 (new school)), Carver, 173
Lincoln's assassination.STOP ((152) Tommle Barfleld. 35 (26));
( ) mrlmtAIIIsChal 1 Everglades, 220 (217) Dupont,

'ZO% Ford G21 Pa RR 341' 70 (66) | .Immok lee High, 295
Alcoa U'It' Frmtl,l Da 12' A Pep Cola G41,; (261) Immokalee Elementary,
AI THIS SIGN Am AIr 42t. Frept Sui 39 Phil Mar 81'Ie 558 (481); and Bethune,341 ((299)).
AND SAVE ON AmCan 431/ Frauh Tr 321,1 phlll Pet 114AmCyan Superintendent Reynolds estl. SAFE
571. Gen Dyn 3n. RCA U',; mated the record enrollment will,
VACATIONEXPENSES I AmMot 10'4 Gen Itl 8H. Rep Stl 48% jump even higher following Labor
AT"T '70 Gen Fdll 90% Revlon 3H. Day, for In a number of schools
AmTob 38% Gen Mrl, 96% Rey Tob 46The student are shown to be en.
Amps Cp'' 10',. Goodrich 1141' SlRer I' ze" rolled but did not attend yester.
Anaconda 411% Ooodyr 43% Seaboard lilt,; day. He estimated that at the
rmdur 471,. Gr.yhnd 24Va Sears 118"1 peak enrollment period later WILL
ACL '7U. Gull Oil 118% Sinclait 411% In the school year the county b
O de11 i ilN Babcock n% lion well 125 Socony 791/A schools will have more than 8,000 SUNOCO
G S1 J JI JV Beth Stl 37'4 Int .Iarv 851,1 Soulhn C 8W. students l HAVE
R Boeing 00'11 Int Nick '181'; SperryR 14
glION HERE Borden 7514 lot rap 3n. SlBrand 78% d

Brun.wk 34 I Jon..L Kale AI 8i'33 SlO Studebak NJ 8431CaterTr 81" Son Of Driver Of YOUR CAR IN TOP SHAPE FOR

Celanese 09 K.n'cott 88\. Swlt521'; Ambulance Dead On
Chrysler 5744 Llr A My 82% Texaco 803CocaCols136i,4 4
Loch'd 37% Thiokol 14 Reaching HospitalMONROE \W THAT LABOR DAY TRIP

I Com Ed IIH'. Lor/liard/ 4'7' U Carbld 11861 Wash. (AP) A i'"
Con Edls 8931 Mar'vox u% Unit Alrc 543i 15.year.old boy was pronounceddead
Cost CIII 110 MM..M 573' ,Un Fruit 23 on arrival Monday night
Dow ChI n% Mohasco 141" US Steel 18'pduPone after being driven to a hospitalby
259 Mona'to 7934 IUnl..M.it 131'' ambulance driver Clarence
Golden Gate Guest '
I EAL 18',1! Mont Wd 37 WestlD 36". Flynn of Skykomlsh.
E. Kodak 12831 Nat Dalr 1e", Wino Dlx 327.1 The boy was Flynn'a son,
Firestone 4Q, Nat Dlst 211 e Woolwth Richard. Coroner Ken Baker
Ira put of I treat' new way Iq! FlIPw 110 N. Am Av 491Fla said the car the youth was drlv.
morose your ncilion, pleasure P&L nl',. Penney 593' Inn rolled over on a road.
without incrtising your vacation
budget Hri tee |uil' i tea of (IM
other ticilmi lift gills' md viCltion .
ptivilfii that lit yours
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I----.n 'THE CONGO-Bodfcs of dead rebels lay strewn along a road on the outskirts

the Congo, after the community had been recaptured by government forcesIn 40 9th Sf. N. Ml 2- 333COllltll
r a pitched

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