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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: September 2, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Council this morning re- Tallahassee,whose director Ignored stirred up a good deal of discussion "They're" Just trying to !kill

emphasized Its opposition to the City ordinance and approved all of It unsympathetic people Carl Hoffmann remarked -
li toward the Idea of He and Splngler wondered
Florida Oil Issuance of a state : selling
.JWII' ).'\ L r.. -.. plans by Imperial about the Impact of the
Co. to sell beer by the six- cense. But County Tax Collector beer at gas stations.

CCIJ.IF.H COUNTIANS' met for breakfast this morning to honor Sec- pack at the company's service A.P. Ayers said his office "The only( way I would change campaign off the roads to keep If beer drunk become drivers
the table from left are : station at 2600 Ninth Street will not Issue the state and county ,
Htaiv of State Tom Adams. At speaker's my opinion Mrs.Casey Miller Just another commodity for a
I llfiuv 15. Watkins Ji State Representative James L. Walker ; Adams ; North beer licenses to Imperial until said, "would be to add an exclamation filling station to sell.

Miles St'of".ld, master of ceremonies and Naples Mayor Archie Turner. A City ordinance, in the opinion the City Issues Its license. point to It," "The assumes the burden

Putuic also shows part of those in attendance. See story. of City Attorney David City
of enforcement of
the law
(NEWS photo) Splngler prohibits sale of beerat LIVELY DISCUSSIONCity
Tax Collector Bert against these places telling
filling stations,because such
Incidental Pinkston this morning recommended beer to minors,"Splngler ob-
activity Is not an LBJ Orders
'Stand Tall' GOP's Holley service to the sale of gasoline that Council affirm Its served. He questioned If filling

Immokalee and oil. Council affirmed previous decision. The Item stations would be as strict

Confident He'llWin Splngler's opinion a month was not on the agenda, but It as other retail outlets In requiring

,. Says Tom Adams! Governorship"I ago when It approved the ion- Full Probe proof of age of beer
The law
customers. prohibits
Board's denial
In Naples Talk"Stand Set For fully expect to be elected Ing and of Imperial's Planning applicationfor \VomanVatching sale of beer to persons under

governor of Florida"Rep.Char. a City license for packagesale TV In Car FinedOAK 21.
leg R. Holl y, Republican candidate Of Baker
of beer
also said that the
tail even If you haveto for governor, stated this Splngler
stand alone" Secretary of RodeoPlans morning In an Interview "I am None of the 28 gasoline stations PARK, HI. (AP) De. lessee of the local Imperial
State Tom Adams challenged Big not in this to play tiddledy. In the City are licensedto )lore Julian, 21, was fined $55 WASHINGTON (AP) Pre l. station does not want a beer

about 35 Collier Countlans attending winks," he declared.The sell any alcoholic beverages Tuesday for watching a televl. dent Johnson has asked for an license, but the company Is

a breakfast this morn- candidate cam to Naplesand There Is no state law against lion program -In her car. FBI investigation Into charge: pushing the application Hoffmann
have been completedfor Mrs. Julian was arrested In Sen. John J. William R-
Ing at the Island Hut at the Congress met a number of Collier service stations selling beer, by suggested that the City
Immokalee February for speeding and drlv. Del. that builder Matthew Mo.
the 14th annual Republicans In the Don T. ,
Inn. The breakfast was County and the practice Is widespread "defy the state on their Irresponsible -
Rodeo to be held Sunday and Jones residence, 602 Banyan ing through a red light. Police Closkey paid a $35,000 kickbackon
sponsored by the Collier Coun- In such cities as Tallahassee position of selling
B. earlier at Slid t the time she was looking the DC Stadium construction
John after
Monday, according to Blvd., speaking ,
ty Democrat Committee ind. Qalnesvllle. at a Ix.lnch television set contract. beer at service stations. Let
Jump president of the Immokalee Bonita Springs. From here he
,
In his talk Adams outlined the Saddle club, of the flew to Lakeland where he was Imperial took Its cue to the mounted the dull board of William said in a Senate them go to court and have the
manner In which the state sponsors scheduled to address a lunch. state beverage department In her car speech Tuesday that $23,000 of light of publicity fall on them.

cabinet runclloned.an executive event eon meeting this noon and was the alleged $35,000 kickback was Mayor Archie Turner told
branch of government found onlyIn Sixty entrants Including both scheduled to fly back for a meet channeled into till 1940 Democratic Plnkston that"our previous decision -
from the
the State of Florida. cowgirls and cowboys ing at Immokalee atto'clockthis : campaign. : stands." Later Hoffmann

t He pointed out a new governor cattle country of Collier, Har- afternoon. Navy Pilot Shot Down By White Hour. press secretary! aald that IOU long as
Is elected every four dce, DeSoto, Highlands, Okee- Supporting his predictions of George Reedy'tdld newsmen) al. everyone Is the law
chonee and Lee counties, have which meet ealually' today that the defy
victory he pointed to polls
years, but the six cabinet members Immorally, a* well
already registered for events have been taken which show President had asked the Jua. It "
I may succeed themselvesIn such as calf-roping, bronco- him favored by 47 per cent: of the tlce Department to request the defy morally.
office, and this arrangement Laotian Communists Escapes FBI to '100k"Into the matter
riding, bull-riding and steer- voters, a figure he had not hopedto (
assured consistency lit\ state reach until a month later than raited' by )Ben.'wiUlana."
he said. .. wrestling.The as141he T request was
Reedy
government two-day celebration Is this. .. License.To Sell
"
In cabinet iiicetlnM. which. CLARK AIR PiSCE BASE p made by Johnson Tueaday.Keedjr .
,0 are held every" Tuesday, -.r expected to draw visitors and frpm WHERE nt STANDS. Philippine (AP) LI, Charles, o .WM wed U the lnv etlgatloe .<, 'Ueedbnrtgain'' ..
all southern central
"sometimes there are. differences over When asked his position oft far. F. Kluamann, a U.s. Navy Jet ; might Involve question.
of opinions," Adams said, Florida. The rodeo will get ious issues, especially with references pilot shot down by Laotian Com. tog official of the Democratic Denied PanipintoCity
under way at the Immokalee to taxes, he dated that National Committee
and In this connection he referred munlst three monthS ago, was Council this morning affirmed
his Arena two miles south of the he is opposed to any IncreaseIn flying home today after ecip- "It entirely up to the FBI,"
of
"stand-
to motto It* previous decision denying
Ing tall." city, at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Monday's state taxes. He predicted that ing from Lao to neighboring Reedy aald. "I'm not expert on an occupational licence to
program will open with a an attempt will be made at the Thailand. I IAkf. Ie investigative techniques'The aervtce-aUUon
E a operator c0n-
next session of the legislature to investigation by the FBI
giant parade of yelling cowboysand Klusmann arrived here from duct sales of need ear.
RANGES WIDELY cowgirls dressed In West- Increase tax revenues by $100 Thailand about 4 p.m 1 a.m. will be made to determine
million Such increase would whether there had been any vlo. Council acted after hearing
an
The speaker touched on state ern attire at 10 a.m. The second EST. An informed source said George Vega lawyer for James
rights, responsibilities of each half of the rodeo will con- mean about $50 to every famUylnFlorida. he boarded a U.S. Military Air latlon of ted.rallaw.Commission Panipinto and City Attorney Da.
he said. He promised to
Service bound
cabinet member, water pro- tinue at 2 p.m. Transport plane vld Splngler offer contracting
veto taxes In.cr..e.
any new or any
for the United State HI* exact
blems throughout the state, and Thirteenyear -old Ann view of what 1* or I* not legal
In taxes
: present stating destination war not disclosed.
proposed constitutional amend- Adams of of To He under City ordinance. Panipinto
Naples, daughter that they axe not necessary, but Detail of the escape have not
ments which wll' appear on the Collier County attorney., Jim that the needed revenue can be been made public. Target Of Suit 40 operates Ninth Street the Sunoco North. station at

November ballot. Adams, will compete In the saved by eliminating waste in the Kluftnann, 30, had reached wrote Council recently
Vega ,
Looking toward the November Girls Cloverleaf Barrel race, present state budget.He the safety of an American airbase MIAMI (AP) The Public aaklng that his client's side of

election he reviewed briefly an event requiring expert declared that while he con. at Udorn Thailand. Therehe Ulllltlea Commission has been the MM: be heard before Council .

the 13 amendments which may horsemanship and speed. eiders himself a conservative, received medical attention, accused of failing to protect thepubllc to that the way would be
appear on the ballot. Among he had" been appraised as being food and clean clothing The J :'* Interest by Miami May clear for "other avenuea of relief .
only 91 per cent conservative""I US. Embassy In Vientiane or Robert King High who an.
proposals will be one on apportionment to be ought In the event
; appointment of Plan LaunchingOf believe strongly In the fed. Laos, announced he was being nounced the city would file suit Council denial,
eral system of government" he flown to the United State this week against the agency
Board of Regents for universities Research Sub declared" but I am strongly op: Assistant city Atty. S. R.Ster. "NOT CLEAR"
; succession In office at posed to the concentration of pow. WIFE 'ELATED'At LT CHARLES KLUSMANN
benz who has been handling the
GROTON, Conn. (AP) The "We are dealing with aa or.
level J In of disaster
state case ) er In Washington. I believe that their home In San
privately owned Alumlnaut tSOfoot Diego FEC matter, said he would file dinance that In eatlmatioa
my
proposal I to Increase the num- research submarine built the governor of the state of Flor. Calif., Klusmann' wife, Sarah. escape was first disclosed by suit in Leon County Circuit 1* not very clear," Vega began.He .
ber of judicial circuits extension to dive three miles beneath the Ida should be a governor and not aid she war "absolutely elat the White House In Washington Court In Tallahassee this week said that In " budneae

: of the 2-cent second gas waves, will be launched today. a puppet" .d" but nut surprised by his ess Tuesday afternoon again! the utilities com ..r6ft. woes, no unencloied portion of
tax) and a Sarasota County The aluminum submarine it Commenting on the subject of rape. "Wh t I said In the begin Klusmann was on a photo re* The .ult. Sterbens *fid, will a lot can be deed for display of
proposal to tax the first (2 owned by Reynolds! Internatlon.aJ Civil Rights, he pointed out that nlnr of all this WM that If any. connal *ance flight! In his charge the utllltle commission used cue. He Interpreted this

000 on homes before the Homestead Inc. Builder of the 754on sub. no duties are placed on the gov. one can get out, he can,' she unarmed Crusader Jet over the violated a court order 4ianded to mean that used cars could
Exemption Is applied The marine was the Electric Boat trnors of the various states with "11. has been through the Communlst.held Plalne des down In Tallahassee ..,11Ialt
additional will Division of General reference to the bill, but that Its survival school that all Navy Jarre In central Lao lilt June July This ruling ordered thecommission (Cetttlaued em page I)
tax Dynamics
money go Corp. the duty of the governor to aviators go through." 6 when Pathet Lao gunfire : to hold a hearing on

to support schools The vessel will have maintain peace, although the The embassy said Kluimann brought him down. He wasba..d Mlaml'a demand that tfte,. FEC
In closingdams pointed to about 80 miles a rangeof sheriffs of the various counties appeared to be "In relatively on the U.S. aircraft car. be required to operate'paiien.ger .

lack of opposition on the November speed of 3,8 knots,,a a maximum cruising are the chief peace officers of good physical condition" The rler Kitty Hawk. train a* r.qulredb1: law.
ballot, but suggested a the state He stated that he would
large voter turnout "will show time submerged of 72 hours anda eel that It was his dUly to keep .Ji.
crew of a pilot and two scien ..__......... .
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Coins In Tight SupplyWho's The or

By THE ASSOCIATED' Has
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v ROME (AP) Lulgi Lcngo
Small ?
Hoarding Our Change new chief of the Kalian Com.

nunist party, lays he opposes
condemning such Red waver.

Special to the NEWS packet of the citizenry, in vend. Far less than that 1* around, Irks a* President Tito of Yugo.ilavla .
Ing machines, in cash registers, however. Much of it has gone or Mao Tie-tung of China.
NEW YORK Where are the in local banks and the.like. into hiding, as It has in most Longo, who replaced the late
5,670,000 pennies, nlckles, For each p.nOlt'n Col. part of the country."Commercial M almlro TotUtttl aa party eec.etary .
dimes and other coins that shouldbe Her County, there should be hoarding" lathe last week, told: the Italian

in general circulation in 116.69 In coins and, for reason the Treaaur) Department L magazine Epoca Pits party doe
Collier County? the local population as a state One form of it occurs I r not support Peking viewpoint
Large quantities of them hare whole a total of $318,000.Michigan when businessmen hold onto coin 1t is the Ideological dispute be.tweets -
disappeared from sight. Accord rather than return them to bank the Soviet Union and Cbl.'Ia. .

log to the Treasury Department, for fear of not getting sufficient .
they have been swallowed up Vote new supplies when they need t f r.rIsr However he aid the Italian
by coin collectors, coin specula. them. party opposes Moacow'a pIaafor
tors and others. world Communist
a meeting
the coin rI
Then there are 1
Because of the shortage.banks Seems To Lack broker, who secure coin from I to condemn Peking Longo Mid
"e1""t
are getting only a fraction of their vending machine companies, IoU he "want to discuss and want

normal supply, vending machines road and other source and Mil ,. to understand why the Choose
are less active, toll booths White Backlash them at a premium because 4(. f ni comrades assume certain poaUon
$ ,,
I are slowed down and bus drivers of the shortage.In 4w *." ,
have to scurry from their busses DETROIT (AP) Rp John -

to find ehange.: Leslnski4 D-Mlch., only some area they are selling 54 4 CAIRO (AP) Police
w'o. bag of dime and 50-cent
piece
HOW' much of a supply ot coins: Northern Democrat Voted
charred today that two brother
at markup of 20 percent
I should Collier or
there be in
against the civil rights bill, was lade million of foliar over
it I
? more, reported.
County rejected Tuesday hi the Mlehi. the pact 20 year by selling ( .
On a quota basis, from the gan primary. by voters In a dt*. Other speculator are buying Ian treasures of ancient Egypt
I standpoint of population, there trim where vxperted M-ralled up coin and keeping them off -TT-: The brothers, Abdel Hamid
,
should be approximately 300 white backlMft did. not Ignlfl. the market in the bop of wiling r- and Shaker Abdel Hallm laaa,
R! coin In circulation' for every cantly materialize them later at a substantial pro. old some of the antique to
local
/ resident
fit. foreign diplomat, police 'aI His defeat by Rep. John
Tile,. should be '191 pennies Ding
41 nldOea 7dines, 20quarters ', eta In thelf reapportloned dls.trlct The Government has a crash INK A T tit photo They were detained while a

and 6 half.doUaras Thenumber upset shared victory the, spotlight withan program the shortage under The say to mint relieve are SOUTHERN FIRST-For the first time former all.white schools In Columbia. S.C.. were four pedal truckloeda committee of 'art examined objects
"oti by Republican
lalimited.
silver .dollar
DIy Peterson; first ,Michigan working :24 hour a day. Even desegregated the historic move !going through without untoward Incident. Photo shows from the brother atock. Police

These Cotta should be at woman ever to win a major 10, It will be well fnto next year colored pupil entering Rosewood School as white student look on. Twenty-two Negro want to know if any were mis*.
any
gives moment the purses and party U.s. Senate nomination. before it can be ended. students were enrolled in six formerly white school. In c from Egyptian maaeums.



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I Signs Indicate Reds TryingTo Gets ReadyFor Center Planned By Pope I


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Stir S. Viet Soldiers pope jur step toward Christian unit.
Up VATICAN CIIY (AP) as well as Improved relatl, II'
AdAIiB.SCNRGCK Paul VI an interfaith renter
Riots FX ( plans between Christianity and\ olll', !
B)' WILLIAM L. RYAN }pnganda In the' wake 0"-Sgtith GAalrlN in Jerusalem to commemorate with- faiths

AP Special CorrespondentA Viet Nam's political viol.?.. (A.' \LTIMORE (AP) 1 It t his hlrtorlc meeting Athenago The Pope has entrusted i lrpl;

month has gone by sine.e the dl 'ates a belle) there .""poll'! antI Natural, GUI, '! ,, '"I Orthodox Patriarch _istanbUlIn rations for the center to the
bull of Tonkin crisis began De was thii' one and fairly. l (tol tfCONSIAatlrox' ras of Constantinople Rev. Theodore M. Hesburpi" ,
ers >ea |prPI..ftlll| last Janum. '
its hi/ai ,bus '1.1' to the HolY Land of the Unlversltx
spite threats and protests skill a at.Medicare tie i 1"511nlll\" ci l ruts .m president -
:igalnst the U.S. "piper tlecr." Baltimc,re's 358,0001' f" Notre Dame, South Bend, lout t ,
Red China has made no overt In disclosing the proposal the source said Father Hen-
< Mayor Theodore R. MI( K' 'I Vatican
move to avenge the Amen 'an 'and,I Gov. |. Mlllard TJ.If" Monday night, a high would burgh also Is the Vatican's pet
bombing of Communist North, nounred! Tueiithe/ 'I ,tr, source said Christians reli- manent delegate to the inters
in
Viet Name territory. j tom with non.Christians tlonal Atomic Energy Agen
.
earned of thaAmiie 'dw I i iol "
This does not mean the Com / arltalnrs C ,t emus studies at the renter. now meeting In Geneva, .anll i
outyii-toW\ I a ma.
munlsts Chinese and Vietnamese starting a riot. The i proj"I.t was seen as president of the Internatlllll.1! i |

are Idle. It seems tA '*eiy er v/gfi 1 I loJ."I'' I t > Federation of Catholic Unlver si.ties. .
mean that l they will rely upon Up Today WlUld.he agdnU )1 f 1s.1, .,,i u'le' , .

combination of guerrilla vat reit| to sathe., were nof II, Seek Reasons Pope Paul received Fathu J
and exploitation of unstable i polItics a group "wh 'h op"I, ,11cates I. "+ c Hesburgh at a private audlen '
to attempt t? a.','om'+llsl, violence.' at the Castel Gandolfo summer

their aims in %>uth Viet Nam In SenateWASHINGTON The state ljutant 10 11... Titan 3 FailedIn palace last weekend. With Ft

There Is a note foreboding Milton .\. Reckord, ltd ne 'r ther Hesburgh was Ignatius \.
y7r
In Saigon about 'whal the Com (AP) The would have a lattali, i ;, O'Shaughnessy, an Industrial.
munlsts might do to- rapiut I/eon Senate faces another showdown tional Guard tl>(nns dlertc I tl ,: Test Flight 1st from St. Paul Minn oShauglmessy ',
the country Mltlcal" tur.
vote today on a politically ex weekend. Is described as
moil plosive plan for Social Security Polite commissioner BernaidSchmidt CAPE KENNEDY (AP-Sev. one of several Americans Inter
The Red target cording: to. health care for the aged the said th>- rlt> 's 3,000 1'0. oral days may be required to esled in sup"ortlng the Pope's
signs from Communist t'ri>i>nganda third such test In four years. lice would be road '1 ut I > (uric i determine precisely whY a Titan personal project.
will be the South Viet The proposal Is strongly we won't need them" 3A military space rocket fell The renter would be involvedin

namese soldiers and lower. backed by President Johnson, McKeldln aid Tawes, n a Just short of its orbital goal aft. research Into the compai,i.
ranking officers.Instruc whose Senate lieutenants were joint statement, said the souice er achieving most objectives on the doctrines of the major religions .
tlons to Communist
making an all-out effort to of their Information "has a rep. Its maiden test night with special focus on the
agents In the south are relayedby round up the votes to put it utatlon. of rellablllU and err u. Air Force analystswere study. Orthodox faith Non.Christians
Hanoi radio In the north and over racy' Ing radio data to determine why <' would take part.

by "Radio Sampan," in the It Is just as heavily opposedby The\' said there has been a the third stage engines shut "The Idea Is that it should be

south Sen. Barry Goldwater, the pattern In the r.'egro.hased notIng down three seconds prematurelyabout staffed not only by Roman Cath.
From the language of these. Republican residential t nominee that began In New York's 13 minutes Into the night opts but rather that there
broad asts the Viet Cong evl.clently who flew here from Call for. Harlem July 18 and exploded In 6 g 41L.i T ., Tuesday. The stage had sepa. should be a certain openness| to
is being "prepared" tar a. eta to vote against It. Senate North Philadelphia last week rated right on schedule from the scholars of non.Chrlstlan
camiAlgn to forment a "doter.tfun
Republican Leader Everett M. "Persons knowledgable Ii the lower stages and had burned for faiths," the Vatican official
movement among thelouth's Dlrksen of Illinois said the out. field of ,planned, fomented disorders 416 of the Intended 419 seconds. Bald

soldiery come may lie extremely close heel that Baltimore ould The early cutoff was enoughto The selection of Jerusalem
,. Amurenlly\ the tools will I heajolry In I9C2, with President JohnF. be the next logical target for the make the rocket fall shy of adds significance to the pro|">os.
threats and distrust of Kennedy battling for the plan outside agitators who have In. orbital speed of 17,500 miles an al, since the ancient city Is holyto
nOli.Asian rOI elgnprI. Annals" and the late Sen. Robert S. vaded other titles( ," they said. hour. The third stage assembly Jews and Moslems as well as
are to be made to resist "Amer. Kerr, D-Okla, leading the fight The Ingredient common to the plummeted into the south Atlan. Christians.The .
I' an bosses" the sourre of all
as against It, the vote was !C2 to 48 disturbances in New York, Ro. tic Ocean. official did not know
troubles. Ambushes and arts of
to defeat it. chester, N.Y., Paterson, N.J., Meanwhile, the Air Force when the center would be start
terror will 1 be
probably stepped In 1960, Kennedy presentedthe and Fhlladelppla was friction pushed ahead confidently with ed but he said the project was
to demoralize the south's sol
up proposal himself as Senate between Negroes and pollre. plans to launch a second Titan being undertaken on a priority
diers. member and the Democratic The Harlem rioting was attrl 3A on a test shot In October or basis.
There was a lull in Viet Cong presidential nominee, but It was buted to the fatal shooting of a November.The Pope Paul's meeting with
activity during the recent riot rejected) SI to 44. Negro boy by an off,dutj police third stage-* versatilenew Athenagoras was the first personal .
ii'', U.S. mllitan, men note it
Senate sponsors of the Social man space rocket called a trans. encounter between the
open takes the Viet Cong a Security plan said In a,lvaluethey Baltimore has had two am. tage-was to have Injected itself head of the Roman Catholic
we. '!k i>r more to rent to six h were I looking for victory by pal ,11.11 i Ic''','Dents li, the J ant Into orbit as a flying launch pad. Church and air Orthodox pa.
d."lurlun.'u. Word must lie III.
about two votes. They appear to three months. after completing one circuit of march In five centuries.The .
terecl down through their ranks. have gained strength since the the globe, It was to have unity movement so far
pied! China kll the. where
U
1962 test because six new Demo. launched another satellite, which has stressed encounters in
withal to onfront the United rati' senators were elected lat. was only a hunk of metal be. to
which participants try appre.
Slates III Southeast To Miami "
militarily a Arraign
Asia er that year; these have been K1i cause of the test nature of the elate the similarities of their
showdown Hut the note of
satisfaction In Communist pro. offset by only three new Republicans Bank Teller For '. flight common belief In Christ, leav.
WITH CONSTRUCTION WORK progressing rapidly, one building Transtage Is being developedto Ing differences momentarilyaside.
One Important factor will be Theft Of start and restart its engines
$72,472JACKSONVILLE scarcely) Jet under way on n street until another is stalled Above .
transfer
the number of Republicans who several times, a pay.
Irving McNayr favor the Social Security ap (AP) A Photo shows the beams ah 'ad)' In plat,> and the block work going up load from one orbit to another

Fired As Dade's proach. In 19C2, five did. Dirk. bank teller accused of embezzle rapidly on the new $20OOl() t(> addition to the First National flank for and perform a number of maneuvers .

sen said he thought four or five lug $72,472 Is scheduled to betaken which I"". IJ. Schieck is the general contiactoi Newest building to get required for manned Returns I I'Home'

County ManagerMIAMI might vote for It this time. to Miami for arraignment tinder way on Fifth Avenue, South, Is the new building in the 300()() and unmanned military space Barry

(AP)-Irvine McNayrwas Even If the proposal gets before a federal Judge! within block which Holland Sall<''V is having elected to house his store. Footings 1)\1) 55lons.
fired Tuesday as Dade through the Senate as an the next few days have boon )poured and a good 1 start made on the structure which Brig. Gen. Joseph S. Bleymai.er To Open I
amendment to a House-passed Monroe McKInney Knowles, 29 Titan 3A program director,
county manager piomises to be a major development in the Fifth Avenue section.
Social Security bill, It still faces was held In Jacksonville tempo. said the initial launching
Commissioners\ said had
they K Wood is the general contractor. (NEWS photos) Fall
no successor In mind Hoke highly dubious prospects when rarlly alter his arrest pear achieved 95 per cent of Its ob. CampaignPRESCOTT
the measure goes back to the Ocala. He did nut make $10,000) "Jectives.tie '
Welch
McNayi 5 bllt! named, acting 'rnvJianufwliite/, '', House bondlw: d, by a U.. S, commit) ''president and then trope N to d' cited these accomplish Arl7. (AP) -
commissioners seek lor a newman Rep Wilbur D. Mills, D.Ark., alone. the White House to give the Machinists Send mentst 100' per cent performance Sea Barry Goldwater formally
for the $30,000 a year Job. who will head the House confer.eos U. S. Middle District of Flor. AFL-CIO chief executive the welcome by the first two stages; opens| his presidential campaignin
The dismissal climaxed a Is said to remain unallera.My Ida court officials here said the news. Wire Praising nearly full burning time by the the mountain.rimmed town of

imntywlle uproar over tax as. opposed to It. Southern Florida district wanted Johnson thanked the leaders third stage; and the first sue. Presrott Thursday, where once
....llIg. Several commissioners Ready fur today's vote was a Knowles returned for the endorsement, saying he cessful use of an Inertial (self. he sold chipmunks| on the <'ornerof

put the blame for (the county's revised version of the KlngAn.derson The former teller of the First Endorses will "carry U proudly during the 88th CongressMIAMI contained) guidance system by the ('Ity pla/a.
troubles on McNayr rl ,llylugpnhl long has National Bink of South Miami campaign" and will remember a U S. space rocket.Stuckey's For Goldwater, It will be a return .
All commissioners agreed the been the for advocates hud nearly $63,000 with him it fondly In January as we begin l BEACH (AP) Of. to his an<'estral home and

tax controversy was a factor and of adding health benefits when he was taken Into custody four more exciting years of pro. flrlals of the International As. the place where he spent| the
all said the firing will do nothing to Social Security. It is embo. Monday. gress. orlatlon of Machinists sent an summers of his youth.
to ease the problem. died III two amendments spon. Johnson The President said current unprecedented telegram of Sold It was Sent. 18, 1952, that
sored by Sen Albert Gore. D. Trooper S, E. Bloch of the Goldwater launched his first
The county has been orderedby prosperity 11th. result of the praise today to Democratic lead.
circuit court to reassess all Ten 1 1, Florida Highway Patrol found WASHINGTON (AP) Presl tested policies and not an acrl. era of the 88th Congress. To Pet Milk Co. senatorial campaign from the
at 100 of which Knowles sleeping a car near ,lent Johnson has organized la. dent lurk. which contrast northslde steps of the Prescott
property per cent of val. One these, on the I: or just good The telegram, For $12 Million
UP, s Jump of SO per cent agreement was obtained for to. Ocala and In a routine Invest i oor's endorsement In his bid fora "It Is the result of hard work ed sharply with criticisms of courthouse.
.....ter.Oops day's vole, covers the healthcare gallon learned that the man was I list elective term. But a and cooperation of business and past congressional sessions by EASTMAN, Ga. (AP) Pet lie will use the same spot to
benefits wanted for embezzlement. question remains about how labor," he laid. "It Is the resultof the union, was approved unanU Milk Co., of St. Louis, Mo., has launch his bid for the presiden.

Sorry! It was offered as a substitute Knowles reported he had beenas I faithfully 12 million rank and the unmatched vitality of our mously by the executive council purchased Stuckey's Inc. of cy.

Yesterday's report on County for a rival plan of Scn. Russell far as California since Aug 8, I file members will follow the unIon free enterprise system the and signed by President AlbertJ. Eastman In a transaction Involv. On his right will be the small

Court records, taken from the 1\. Long, D>La, to raise cash his last day at the bank, but I leaders. envy of the world. Hayes Ing almost $12 million Goldwater department store,
court docket Ufore a revision\ Social Senility benefits 7 percent returned to the Miami area to The General Board of the "I predict, If we continue on "While much remains to be An announcement made Tues. the first In a chain of family)

was Incorrect in tltecaseof Ethel,; Instead of the !IS per cent see how his parents weathered AFL.CIO voted unanimously our course, the growth of the done, much has been accompllshel day by Gordon Ellis, executivevice stores which now have been
L Tien provided In the \House bill Hurricane Cleo Tuesday to endorse Johnson lor next four years will be the grea. ," the telegram said. "We president of operations for sold To his left will be Pres.

The report should have read" If Core's first amendment Is test in all our history And ev. feel no previous Congress In Pet, and W, S. Stuckey Sr., pres. cott's famed Whiskey Row
$30 bond estreated on a charge adopted, he will push his secondone I cry person in this country will modern history has clone so Ident of Stuckey's, said 192,050 where cowboys like to spend
speeding." which carrie the financing benefit from expanding prosper. much for so many citizens'.'" shares of Pet common stock Saturday nights with booze and
for the King-Anderson |,lanlus| Ity" In a separate message to del. were transferred with 142,050 Western bands.
a $7 flat Increase In cash Social NOON .i STOCKS Unmentioned In these state. egates to the union 1964 convention shares to be distributed among This northern Arizona city of
Security beteflts. That cash In. ments was the 'Issue of the white which opens here next Stuckey's stockholders! 15,000 Is planning a rip.snorting
crease would' be greater for backlash among union memberswho week, the executive council said Western welcome for Darrv
The announcement said the
most present beneficiaries than may be aroused by the Congress' record resulted from They're even turning gold lightson
II the 7 per cent of Loire's pro pos. NEW UKN (AP)- Silli kIt snort prospect, that Negro progress "stimulous provided by moredy. distributed remaining 50,000 shares may be. the water that sprays from

al, but would cost lets in the Allis ChalOns FreptSul39ia! P.. RIt 3514 under the equal employment namlc leadership in the White overathreeiearper.lod ) : the fountain In the tree.shaded
depending on Stuckey's *
outs lone run. Alcoa 671/2 Frueh Tr 3314 Pep Cola !5314! provisions of the Civil Rights House" as a division of performance the plaza.
The revised proposal carries Am Air ', Gtn Dyn 3411 Phil Mr 801 a Act sponsored by Johnson might The council cited the depres. Pet The shares There will be a parade shortl

liospltall'aUon, nursing home, Am Can 4311 Con EI $514: Phlll Pet 543, threaten their jobs. set areas reroverv i prngram, ac."eleratpd selling company.at $62.25 each althe closeof were before Goldwater and his run.
outpatient diagnostic and home Am Cyan 5934 Gen Fds 901". RCA 3231Ant I AFL.CIO President George tublli, works program, the stock market nlng mate, Rep. William E.
Quite likely most *lo.linlMt health visits. Mot 16 Gen bulls .u Rep SIX 47 Meantold newsmen union Civil Rights! Act antl.poverty Monday. Miller of New York, arrive

are unaware that Hottpltallzutlon would be for Alllpx Cp 161. Gen Mtra 973E Revlon 3.V4 members would vote on the ba. bill, \outh and mai 11'-'ower re. Stu! .'keys has 150 shops fin. Western singer Tex Ritter and

Slradl\ariu, the famed 43, 90 or 180 days, depending on Anaconda nl Goodrich 5411 Rey Tab 403 sis of their own comic'tlois and trainlr 'I(OTam and several shed I ,or under construction In movie star Randolph Scott will
a choice of 0|'lions. Nursing Al'lnour17 Goudyr 431ti StReg P 30.. not all would support tie endorsement other i r? ent 1)1115 28 states lead the way.
Cremona (instrument tnikrr home care to supplement the Babcock 33'k GI'e'hnd 2n Seaboard 511iBMhStl but he tin, "IIIIpd( i iam ,, Authorities predict 20,000 out.

worked at his! craft until hospitalization would be for 60 381. Gull 011 G61Ja Sean 11M' j backlasl effect towners will be on hand for

he was (1 )'.ar. of .... dajs It was; 180 days original! Dneing 61 1lonhwelll2034!' Sln.'lal 431 I IDOI'den GOP nominee Barn GIII'l\l.It.' t tr Goldwater's speech
but this was cut under the revl. 73's Inl lIarv 83y So.'on80ls who voted against till' 1'111 Lester Ruffner, a longtime
During! thin length utmt sion. I\runs\lk Big lot Nick 1H, SootimC 621 : called the emplOl meat ". n n,,: e Goldwater friend, recalled Gold.
hi. production of ilolrn, Cater Tr 3.J1. Int Pap 333 S'18rn' 1438 unconstllutlonal water's (hijmunk sales

violas and cellos totalled Celanese 871rJ J'nes& 831ti Stllrand, 77i l "He'd build a rage wtih one of
Chrysler Sl'. K.us AI 331Ja SIO NJ M178CocllCol those spinning wheels Inside,"'
lens than 700 innlrumenti. EXCLUSIV AT R4R l36r'g Kl"n'cott 8i 8tudlb.ak 01 To Publish Book Ruffner said, "and then spend

To own a Strsd of any Com Ed 3H. LIg a My 83 SWift 52' N hours trapping a Chipmunk. Aft.

kind would put quite a Our Special Con Edls 901. Loch'd 381. Texaco 807N JFK Was WorkingOn / .t er he had a -ouple of 'chipmunks
Coot ColI50>> Lorillard 473'i Thiokol n he'd take them down to the plaa .
train on the budget. His IndiviJuality Dow ChI 6il,1 M.li'VOX 39J1 U Curb 1191 : When lie DiedNEW and sell them for 150.

rello, for example, rate a in Duront 339 MMUf 581,, Unit Air" S'J, ; YORK, \,\P, -- A 4t
EAL 283a Mah.asl.'o 111k Un FrUIt 551, titled ".\ Natli. i Ii i.
price tag of around $30,000 EKotLak1203t MOI'I.'to 797, '' , '
lSBte 1 5g'R grants, on1 hi' 'F it 64 COMETSWHEN
with perhaps no more GIFTS Firestone HI j Mont Wd 37 I Unit Molt 141 I John F'. Kennedy ,I' 'I ital

this two dozen of them INTERIORS Fiol F\I .J93 j :Nat Damr 80'.j- WesteEI 97'' j the time of his I lust .11e
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1 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.pl., FU. Wad..,...,. S.pt.mk.r/ I, U4| 3 .,




h LW1t Ink, World War II Babies Now I




Getting Licenses To WedNEW


YORK (AP) The But 1964 will never top the

II J.\ I.nl1 ,, world's largest marriage license record of 108,447 licenses Issued
) bureau It- busier than ever because In 194t when World War D and.
A 10000000000000000000000000000000000000Dr. of the bumper crop of ed and discharged veteran
r World War II babies now mak. rushed home to the sweetheart
and Mrs. J. C Garland bring the news that Mr leg applications for licensee to who waited for them.In .

and Mrs. Ray Christian who formerly owned "Internation. (el married. the first seven months of
Herman Katz, who heads New 1884, the bureau Issued 41,861
ally Yours" in Naples are now living in New York They
York City' Marriage IJcenae licenses, an Increase of 2,87J
and their son Barry lived in Iran for a few years. Maxine #t I Bureau, report that 1904 will be over the same period In 1963.
Christian returned to the States to attend the Universityof I one of the biggest year for licenses A check of the application
IsMied. And 1964 being a shows that most licenses
Missouri. When the Garlands were visiting in Colum leap year has nothing to do with being Issued to 18-yearmld girls are

bia, Mo., a few weeks ago they spent an evening with It, he adits."The and 2I.year.old men, the mini.

Maxine. She is working as a dental assistant duringthe kids today" are getting mum age requirements for
married younger, Kate 1&14. marriages without parental
summer and will finish at the university this coming "The fact of the matter Is that sent. Many license have been con.

year. r the big rush la on because of the Issued to girls under 18 and men
World War II babies who have under 21 but
4:5' with parental con.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brack and their daughter Rebecca
reached (the roaming age. And, sent. Legally, license can be
and her guest, Connie Kelly, are back from two weeksin : of course, some of the younger Issued to girl a* young a* 14

Bryson, N. C. Gail Brack is in Ela, N. C., with her ; ; mri' are getting married to take and boys a* young as 16 with

Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Karris until Novemberand advantage of the draft defer court sanction
grandparents, s 5,1 for married "
men Last year the application
is looking forward to her first experience of slosh r lent .showed that most licenses were

ing around in the snow. After the holidays Gail will enter : ; Issued to applicant from 21 to

Auburn University, in Auburn, Ala. Delta Nu Holds 23 When year KaU of age.perform a wed.

CAPER: The topless Another young lady in town is also looking forwardto NnIM. Beginning Day ding he and his six deputies,
look isn't the only Paris lots of snow and cold. Teri Barry is an enthusiasticice t besides I> judges and Mayor Robert .

fashion frivolity for fall. One skater and skier, and has chosen Montana State Uni Meeting Here clergymen F. Wagner authorized, are the only to non
per.
designer cover up"has look.created This the versity for hPor( freshman year. Teri!, who graduated from Members of Delta Nu Chapter form weddings In New York
capeis of Dole Sigma Phi held City he takes the couple to
Paola Kan. has been ,
a glant-sized purple and the Ursuline Academy in in June
their first Beginning Day meet. the bureau's wedding chapel,
black I hounds tooth wool spending the summer with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ing m Monday evening at the small but tastefully decorated,

styled in a circular line and Edward Barry, First Avenue, North. .J w ,'t home of Mimi Watson on East with a pulpit and stained glass
draped over the head.
Avenue In Pine Ridge.> window
FIRST VISIT HERE Those who attended' the event "When I take that pulpit I try

has been his first visitto were Pal Srlmlllii'li, Peggy to give the Impression to the
Edward Jr.
In Bed 30 Days Barry enjoying We<>ksLl MarshallJanellouse. couple before me that they're
Naples. He and Mrs. Barry live in Bozeman, Mont., holder, Ma Capuano,Ruby Uhllch, the only two people In the world

Students Seek where the university is located. Beverly Mallory and Sondra who are getting married," he
Combs. Donna Mulling, a guest aid. The ceremony lake about
and Hill have returned froma
Mr. Mrs. Francis
just of Mra. Comb.,was alsopresent. five minutes but Kata like to
Exercise GirlsLOS month with Mrs. Hill's son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Refreshment of coffee and cake stretch It out a* long a* poisU

and Mrs. Frederic Leipziger, in Harvard, Mass. The Hills ".M"1,M S rtv:f. t, were served by (he hostess ble.Last

teon healthy ANGELES young(AP)men- Four.confined also visited friends in Westport, Conn., where they lived 628 licenses year the and city expects Issued to 69 approach ..

to bed for a month In a before coming to Naples year and a half ago. PROPER FORM is Important in almost every spoil, but particularlyIn 80,000 by December 31
space.sclence study got up with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Colignon, Marina Drive, also the game of golf. So Mill lU-rrlcks' advice to Katrine Caitwiiirlit, LBJ Signs Bill Oily five slate outside of New

one overwhelming desire: exer. visited their former home. They spent several days In cashier at the Beach Club l'l th Hole is.: "Easy now, keep it smooth York, IsBuml more license In
else. anti! graceful. The pretty Miss CarUiUht did just that and) her Extend 1963. Pennsylvania Issued 71,.
Feminine companionship was Putnam Valley, N. Y., recently and then after a day In very first suing sent) the ball zinging down the fairway. !11 will;, ck' Is To Keep, 552j 211; ,Texas Ohio, 71,873; Illinois, 94,.

second; on the list. New York City came on down to North Carolina. They assistant to Pro Paul Bell. The bathing suit ? It's the new look for the 121,369.; New, 103,937 York State; California Issued,

Operation Tuesday at Sacktlme the University, concluded of found a delightful spot in Robinsville, and' plan to spendall female golfer who now and then dumps n ball into the lake. Retrieving Housing Program 130,511.

Southern California, also turnedup of their vacation there next year. the ball is then quite simple (McGrath photo) WASHINGTON (AP) PresU "Nevada, which Issued 73,233,

these findings: Today, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Corwin leave to take Sam 'dwit Johnson signed today the doesn't business count," said Katz "If _
a
there, what with all
1. There are no physical problems $1,131,800,000 bill to continue
likely to arise from long Jr. to enter Gordon Military College In Barresville, Ga. and expand various tiouMng their divorces Here It'* some. I*
confinement In space cabins or The Corwins will go on to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Breauin Kelley Immokalee's Child Care programs and said It would ben. thing special"

from high gravity stresses dur. and home will eftt all America. I
C.
Jonas Ridge, N. en route spend Word was received here today
ing thatcan't Dozen members of ,
atmospheric reentry of Con.
some time with Col. and Mrs. F. A. Chilson in Bradenton. of the death of Mrs. Agnes Kelley, >
be met with proper exer. gress crowded Into the Cabinet Havana U. Sends
a resident of the Bahama
cise. The Corwins' daughter Cay Is studying medical Naples, Tuesday night In a Club New, Center Has Light Problem Room for the reremimy.
2. The same exerdse would technology at Loyola University and will graduate In York hospital. Johnson said there was a coin Medics
I be valuable In rehabilitation of -- mltment lo assure every Amer. Directly
Beside her husband William
patients hospitalized for long March. Confusion associated with the expenses paid from volunteer lean an opportunity to live In a
periods by Injury or disease. Dirk Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker, is vlved H. Kelly by a of daughter Naples, ,she Mrs.I II Mai.ur. operation of the Immokalee child fund, *as one the women preferred decent home and a safe and de. Into Service
When Steven Ellickson, 19, and Fitzek care center for preschool child. nIt to pay. cent neighborhood. i
also Gordon
Military College
Kenny
entering colm Hall of Upper Montclair,
ended four weeks of supervisedbed ren received an airing at County Rhys Deilty.admlnlstrallve assist (lie railed the legislation "a MIAMI (AP) University el
rest In a campus residence son of the Rudolph Fitzeks, is returning there for his N.J. Commission meeting yesterday. ant, reviewed records which milestone lo assure that com. Havana I* preparing to send its
Funeral will beheld
he admitted he had "one real final services Interest centered mostly on an showed that before the center mltment." first batch of doctor di.redly .
:raving" year. Friday from the Colonial Funeral electric light bill which ran to was opened light bills were at The total In the Mil was near. Into government, aerv.
"I have got to get up and William Porter Jr. is leaving soon for his sophomoreyear Home of East Orange, N.J., with about $300. The United Church a minimum figure but Jumpedto ly $700 million below the$1,824,. Ice, Havana Radio said today Ina
move around," he told news at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S. C. His sister Interment In East Orange. Women of Naples, and other as high as $55 In one month. 000,000 Johnson recommended. Mlaml.mmiltored broadi'asi,

men. "1 feel like running until Priscilla, who graduated from Florida State Universityin sponsoring the center, pointedout The representative of the The bill, ommltled his propo.sals A total of 247 student, ached
I'm out of breath." .. the subject of the projectand churches thought the bill. were for aid in building satellite uled for graduation in medicine
"Well, girl, of course," he June, Is on her first teaching assignment in Glen Burn ie, Local VFW Post resulting success In caring excessive when considering the communities In metropolitanareas. tills month, will pat their first
said. "I'm going to call my girl Md. Mary Ann is a teacher in Jacksonville, where the for 25 small children from 6 a.m. electric equipment used al the two years a* M. D.a In the
first thing and see If she still re. Porters formerly lived and still maintain a home. Planning Visit to 8 p.m. during the harvest .... center.In Largest Item In the bill was armed service and In Castro
member me." the discussion,It was agreed $725 million for urban renewal. Cuba's Industrial and agrlcultur.
HIs reaction was typical of the Mrs. Porter is now at their Jacksonville home for To Vet Hospital son.But the light bill,added to other that an Investigation will be madeto It also authorizes n,!l00 new al projoct

14 student guinea pig tested for three weeks, and Mr. Porter plans to join her soon. Commander Murphy C. Comb ee If other are using the public-housing units Government service, Insteadof
tolerance of space flight conditions of Naples Post No.8089 Veteransof equipment, and the cooperation The measure raise to$30,000from private: practice, WII Instl.luted .
In a project sponsored by MR. SMITH COMES TO NAPLES Foreign War announces that Orchid of the Lee County Electrical $25,000 the present mortgage In a shortage of physician
the National Aeronautic and J. Wallace Smith is here from Tallahassee to the member of the Post and Its Naples Coop will be sought" payment Insurance limit thai stemmed from departure of
Major
Space Administration.Dr. auxiliary will visit the Veterans There was also a discussion on one-family homes by the numerous Cuban medical men
John P. Meehan, who visit his brother, W. Roy Smith, and Mrs. Smith. The Hospital at Coral Cables next Society Meets. about a lease and other Improvement Federal Housing Administration. Into political exile
headed the study, said the boy Smiths' son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Eileen, leave Sunday, September 5, for an of. I around the center pro. Similar programs are effect
dizti. flclal visit. mlsed by the Commission Broader lending authority for architect and
experienced some slight fledgling den
ness when they first stood up this week with their daughter Samara for Gainesville.Jim Commander Comb selected This ThursdayThe The Commission moved to would be granted to both tlKt*.
and again after getting out of a will continue his studies at the University of Florida, this date to coincide with the "forgive" the light bills at the national banks and savings and - 'II

simulated astronaut couch attached and Eileen also plans to take a few courses next semester. tenure of Quartermaster Charles regular monthly meetingof present time loan associations: Don't Be A LltUrby" .
to the end of a swiftly ran P. MrCool who Is In the hospitalfor the Naples Orchid Society will
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Eckard return today from a
In USC's centrifuge surgery. '
tating arm meet on Thursday, September
building. buying trip to Atlanta. They also had a chance to see The commander alto an. 3, at Voo Doo Orchid. Y'NVWVVW :
Immediately after getting up, nounced that should anyone, nota The Kelkl Club ..
Jeff, who is an assistant coach at a school in Atlanta. will meet at
they were required to ride the member of the post wish to accompany 7 p.m. with George Atkinson glv.
centrifuge to duplicate condo Last week Mrs. Eckard's sister, Miss Pauline Shorb, the post members, they Ing a demonstration on the cor. Z

tlons spacemen experience in and Mrs. Ben Roderick Jr., were here for a few days can make arrangements with him red way of potting plant, con.
plunging back to earth after from Canton, Ohio. by ratting' his office MI 2-5756. sldered a "real must" for be.
long periods In cramped cap. Those who have Indicated they glnners. K Is requested that
sules. They were subjected to Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Gwaltney took their will make the visit so far are members and guests bring plant,

forces eight time normal gravi daughter Gail to Tampa to enter the Acedemy of the Commander Combs,his wife Ann; pots, and their choice of putting
Senior Vice Commander ANNUAL
ty.Dr.. Meehan plans to check Holy Name. Another daughter, Diane, a June graduate Ahem, his wife Frances GeorgeW ; material.The regular meeting will fol.

the men periodically over the from Naples High School, will be attending Edison Junior Junior Vice Commander Churl low at 8 p.m. with a programof
next 30 day but first indications College In Fort Myers this year. ton W. Corwin, (he 1* also Dept. questions and answers regard.
are that they suffered no ill effects Good Will Ambassador)} District Ing potting
and were able to do men The Misses Mary and Marie Shaffer have been the Commander Henry Bomberer.hll Twenty six member and
tal and physical task on the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Warner, Ninth wife Dora; Post Trustees guest attended last month'

centrifuge a* weU a* they could Avenue! South. They are the daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Brehm, his wife Betty, meeting, when Perry Coppen
before the long stay In bed. John Graber, his wife Loraine, spoke on "What I I. an Orchid?"
James H. Shaffer of Philadelphia. Dr Shaffer is Mrs. Webster Hull, and Past Com. Mr. and Mr. Edward Belavek Thurs.
mander Charles McCool and Fri. Sat.
R.
Warner's brother. were welcomed a* new member
Vegetable kabob are food his mother Mrs. Charles p. Mc.
to the club.
cooked in the oven broiler or Mrs. Charles Bauman and three sons have returnedto Cool.

over lowing coals. Some cooks their home in Napoleon, Ohio. They drove down with Sept.345DRESSES
like to marinate vegetables
mushrooms and chunks of zucchini Mrs. Bauman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Mullen, SALECLOSE h

and onion in French dressing when they came late In July to move Into their new

before cooking. Wide strips Rudder Road. ,
home
on
of green pepper also make good OUT ON ALL
additions to skewers, but these Charles Holley has been in town today for a press oQQS

should not be marinated. conference, and to meet as many of the local Republi. MATERNITY WEAR SLACKS

'eN.ww.N.--Halal cans as time permits. Mr. Holley is the Republican candidate ;;?- Qc

g for governor of Florida Blouses Skirts Shorts

-- Short Sets Pedal Pushers BLOUSES
extra days Earns Master Of shy of Miami Cord Cables. _
She specialized In reading. Blouse and Skirt Sets
Science DegreeAt A of Rockford Col-
se graduate ROBES
3extra
U. Of MiamiMrs. lege, Rockford. Ili., she has Short Sets Broken Sizes

spent the past three summers 40/0
perts Orva Bell Weston re. the of Mi-
turned to Lake Park School this ami.attending University 3.49 GARMENTS ............ Now 2.00 I BEACH COATS OFF

s no week, where she U a teacher
3.98 GARMENTS ..... . Now 2.00
In the second grade after receiving Note to new cooks: "parboil" .. .
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1964 form promise by Introduce; A
WASHINGTON (AP) The proposed constitutional amera
Supreme Court, which has ment in Congress
moved Into vacuums Congress But there wouldn't be time to
I
And Why Not, Pray Tell? wouldn't fill, l la getting Its own act on it this year, since torgress ,
particular kind of backlash is coming to an end It|

To the surprise of a very few, leaden figures for 1962, the latest year for from politicians.In over curbing year.would So have as to an wait interim MI move next]I IDlrksen

of the AFL-CIO yesterday told Presi which this data is available the court a struggle powers now member of made this proposal Ir I

dent Johnson they are for him heart and In the 20 states with laws banningthe Congress have themselves so the form of a bill to be passe:11

soul and will urge the union's 12 mil. union shop, working time lost was boxed other month in they although may be they here could an. this ders years on reapportionment Delay any court tot'ir.

lion members to vote for him In the 0 09 per cent The time lost figures for use the time In election cam about two years

November general election the 30 states that do not have right-to. paigiitng.An He didn't offer It as a b1lI\ I-

work laws was 0.18 cent. Both figures attempt Is being made to Itself he said he didn't thinkit
The
reason for this action is quite per
undo the court ruling: last June had a chance that way but
obvious and has been expected In the are a relative postwar low, and that voters In the states are entitled as an amendment on the $3.-

20 states that have enacted right-to-work 1963 strike activity dropped even lower to far mote equal 1 representation billion foreign aid authorization (

laws Florida Is one of the states, according to Labor Department figures, tunes than In they their are state getting leglsla-now bill.President Johnson is anxiousto

The Democratic Party platform is Labor unions claim that those who Examples Under arrange. get the foreign aid money, If

quite generous to labor unions and the favor right-to-work laws want to destroythe 1 1I ments unchanged for mote than! he vetoed the Dirksen bill because amendment of the
half In some states a attached ,
a century
labor unions are clearly doing their bestto strength of labor, but this accusation relatheh .small number of 10. the whole thing would have togo

reciprocate. has not been proven true. Even pie In one district, especially back to Congress. He very

Among other things, the Democratic some rank end file union members support a country district, can elect ore probably wouldn't veto it,
legislator while four times us That's Dlrksen's strategy.For .
platform promises the repeal of Section the principle of right-to-work. main' people squeezed Into a some strange reason, aU

14b( ) of the Taft-Hartley Act which authorizes The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in single district elsewheie can though the value of people's

to-work laws December of last that State courts elect only one votes are involved in all this,
states to right- year
pass said takenno
The snort said i'epi'esent.itlon Johnson has nothing
that outlaw the union shop have authority to enforce right-to-work In both house of state leplslatuies stand The Democrats In

Union leaders have long sought to laws in the states that have such laws. must be apportioned on a their platform played mouse)'
In earlier decision the Court held thatFlorida's population basis, of "one pfison, b)' leaving out all mention ofrfapPol'tlonment.
an
have Section 14b( ) of the Taft-Hartley .
one vote," and reiteral, i'out'Is
Act revoked. Through its provision for right-to-work law bens the have the Job to see lie Acute Mike Mansfield of Montana,

right-to-work laws In states where a majority "agency shop" as well as the "union The present attempt to undercut Democratic leader in the Sen.
the and of ate, worked out a compromise
authority rouge
of voters approve them, the sec. shop. This Involved a scheme of the the court Is looked upon as so bill with Dirksen, Just a little

tion protects a citizen's right to hold his unions to circumvent the state law and dangerous b;' opponents of the milder, and with the help of the

job whether he joins the union or doesn't force workmen to pay dues whether they effort that one of them, Rep. Johnson administration's Jus.
Emanuel Celler: D.r;.\., slid tlce Department
join the union. joined the union or not. I, IA-I' i.. "It could wind up i enclerlng the But some members of the

Persons who support the right-to- It has been pointed out by advocates court a nullity, destioUiip ouiRepublican Senate particularly liberalsled

work laws are not anti-union, as we certainly of "right-to-work" that it Is just about a I"Mc.. ." system of gnvernmend Democrat by Sen.and Paul like Douglas Dirksen, a

are not, but they contend that perfect example of liberalism. It frees from Illinois wouldn't buy

the worker is entitled to individual free the individual from coercion by either the The 'd' people l The powerful roust over the any part of it and are deter.
dom of choice. employer or the labor organization. It Best of BoyleBY past 10 years has infuriate I one mined to fight until they kill it.
group after another with ctecU The two-year delaying actionin
In states where right-to-work laws gives him freedom of choice. He Is his HAL BOYLENEW m Wenews dons ranging from banning segregation the Dliksen bill would give

are In effect, the unions must "sell" their own man not a pawn in a game I.c to a ban on official Congress time to approve the

services to the worker. If he feels that Not much has been said about this YORK (AP) Jumping gnawing worries than an Indus. named prayers the In publicscho politicians"-Is. some It In- kind ment of he has constitutional in mind and amend.then

the union would bring him benefits Democratic platform plank that so obviously to conclusions: trial tycoon. BOSTON (AP) Sen. Ed of them by Us dec Ulon on perhaps time for the states to

worth the dues he would pay to it, then was put In to placate labor leaders It's never for wise her to marry It's a more There's than nothing being married women -enjoy-and ward M. Kennedy, D.Mas*..,, state legislatures approve.
girl Just money. hospitalized with broken bal k The \ and
a ,, politicians political A constitutional amendmentmust
he Is free to join the union if he choosesto and assure their support of the Demo- better to marry her for her nothing they dislike more than will be helped In his election i machines which hold power Instate lie approved by twothirdsof
being called housewives.
do cratic Party In the election. dad's money. He usually has campaign the he defeat where .
so. upcoming Middle age is that time of life by man legislatives repre.seugtlon House and Senate and by
On the other hand, if the workeris Many political sages say a party platform more.Self-educated people who ridicule when you can't quite remember ed In a bitter 1962 primary fight, Is not on an equ.llllO. thiee-fourths of the state lejls.latures .
Edward J. McCormack basis dOIl'twant
Jr. pulatlon natuially SO
of
38 out -
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of the opinion that the union woulduse Isn't necessarily "the gospel," and that a college degree would Just when you saw your last nephew of U.S. House Speaker any changes that would three-fourths of conventions
.
his dues only to provide generous parts of it are forgotten after the electionIs usually. give anything to have rainbow.washington John W. McCormack, said Tues. cost them Jobs or tower, called by the states It is up to
one day, "We're good friends, and I Some people, not directly In. Congress to decide which nielli
salaries for its officers, and very littleIn over Nobody fully trusts a politician . . . . . . . . .1''u a friend and volved feel
as a Democrat, may the count ovei. od is to be used.If .
benefits for dues paying members, It Is to be hoped that this will be with a sense of humor I want to see! the senator elect reached Itself. But the Republicans It was dune by Male con.

then he can decline to join end still true of that section of the Democratic until become he is statesman.The safely dead. and has ed." at their convention tints ventions to which delegates
a Kennedy Is In New England year responded to the opposition would be elected by the peojle
retain his job If he is performing It platform Florida's right-to-work law has
thing we the dog
envy . Relel lle . el ell Baptist Hospital recovering to the court ruling by putting the voters could have a dl.
to the satisfaction of his employer. been, we believe a factor in the most is his ability to scratch in Into
potent from Injuries suffered In a plane their platform a promise In rect voice in whether they want
States with right-to-work laws lose state's industrial expansion. But, more public. without losing his dignlty WASHINGTON (AP) Senate crash June 19. He Is not expected ,i support oft ".\ constitutional ed reapportionment by voting
Republican Leader EverettM to be released for several amendment, as well as leglsla. for delegates who were for or '
half as much time through strikes as do Importantly, it gives a workingman trxj Only a restaurant that serves Dirksen says he plans to months. tlon, enabling state having hi. against it.

states without such statutes. The 2-to-l freedom to which he Is entitled as an really good food can afford to move possibly Friday to SALT LAKE CITY, Utah cameral ('two.house) legisla. But only once in American

ratio Is borne out In Labor Department American. hire Peace a homely will hat be check girl limit a renewal of debate on his (AP) Millionaire auto ,racer 1 tures to apportion one house onI history this was the 21st
never quit .u
proposal to delay court-ordered I bases of their_own ) .'
Mickey Thompson hospitalizedwith boosing, ,(np Amendment ending prohibition
V, e popular medals as war for it.until we givemore reapportionment of state legts.latures. .' suspected heart'' tfouble,p eluding factors other1 than popu- in 1933 *.. has an amendment
wishes "the good Lord had seen i latlon." submitted to the states by Con.gresa *
| The average business executives 1 The proposal was Introducedby fit to wait until after next year's i This would take away the been approved by state
uses no more cliches thana
Dirksen and Senate Demo. Indianapolis race to have thishappen. i court 'lower to order reapior| conventions.
others university professor-he Just cratlc Leader Mike Mansfield ." t ion ment of both houses on a \10. U Dlrksen's amendment went

say' ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS uses different out of ones.Two three. as a rider to the $3.3.billion for Thompson, 24, blacked out j pulatlon basis. to state legislatures it's not hard
who
have people elgn aid authorization bill. last week after streaking across\ A week after the Republican to Imagine the politicians who
access to office
cash fund will an steal from petty It The Senate has put it aside Utah's Bonnevllle salt flat at convention In July Sen. Everett stood to lose Jobs or power by
sooner or later. temporarily to debate a Social 161.74 miles per hour in a Cor. M. Dlrksen of Illinois, Republi reapportionment would Jump al
Nobody is Security bill. Dirksen says he vette When he blacked out, can leader of the Senate, at. the chance to approve the
his health more than superstitiousabout a doctor. expects action on that to be again that night, Jet.car speedrecord j tempted to carry out the plat amendment
completed by Friday. He will holder Craig Breedlove
Oliver
Wendell Holmes, the au.then file a petition to Invoke the drove him to a hospital. In
thor and physician, carried a Stamps The News
horse chestnut in his pocket toward cloture rule to limit debate If he Thompson, who drives his
can arrange for a vote on It next own race cars and holds nearly
off rheumatism s ssssssssssssss ssss sa Ap I
rVewsfeofures
Wednesday."We 200 land speed records, said "I
Dentists often
are critical of
each other's can't Just go on and on wanted to drive In the (Indl. By STD KRONISH

.' So are television professional repairmen skill, with this talk," Dirksen said anapolls) 500 more than any. TilE Nl V. S tent: l ,S, commemorative: Mump honoring
W thing, but I if It
guess wasn't to
novelists and Doctor \lllIlam J.
embalmers
und
CliutKo
II. 'IIIYCI will he Issued
be
it Just wasn't to be.
No one seems able to his WASHINGTON (AP) Con.
put Sept U at Ri"hesteeIlnn! where
NEW
best face forward when his grass has given final passage to YORK (AP) U.N. the "rIJ-loImClu"
passport picture Is being taken a bill that authorizes $17.5 mil. Secretary.Ceieral U Thant Is Mayo Clinic( : i j" located: .

Only the former office boy lion to study whether a second back at his desk today following The design of the stump Icaturcx staves of ihL MJVO.
really knows how much the new canal would be feasible across a four.day trip to Europe. brother in surgical gowns The ---

office boy is loafing on the Job. Central America. NORKOLK, Va. (AP) Vice symbol of healing-the Muff nfAesculupiux *
c0o The Island of Cyprus has beenon The action came Tuesday on a Adm. Elton W. Crenfell was with entwined : f
the front pages for months, house rolle call vote of 320to 23. presented the Distinguished appear m the lower -
O- but three out of four Americansstill It President Johnson signs the Service Medal and a preslden. of the stamp The color I Is Ire )
don't know what the shoot measure, a commission appoint. tlal Itatlon Tuesday. Roth brother died In 1939. q sr
ing there Is all about, and most ed by him would study it and Crenfell, cited as the man Col lee torn desiring -
aren't even sure Just where where a canal should br built who activated the Polaris submarine lIn ellllt\nIlIl1llY! aced : rr
% ,1 l and back program and for rnerlto. envelopes with
I Cyprus is. report by June 30, together I
rl "I'" II' ".',,(_ I;'a The ordinary bum Isnt a 1968. rlous service, retired Tuesday tance to cover the cost of

Tk< Chrl.iun SelMot / r8UU carefree soul He has more as commander of the Atlantic stamps to be affixed, to

Hlchnsy Commission Thli Is Ralph P. Blunders 14 Knell Trrrict Elm Fleet Submarine Force after 38 Postmaster Rochester; : \
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THE COURT'S REDISTRICTING DECISIONThe ''"V ';* '- "" .CAPtR.DRAMA QUIZ Day Coven Doctor
Stamp" Requests must be postmarked
Supreme Court decision In the legislative districting cases leaves the states ..I NAL Roars not later than Sept. II.e. DOC TORSMWOi
OCELLI: ATONEACP.OSS Q-Do tcientists in ventralnoii .
with a problem that suggests the Court's decision was somewhat hastily contrived Whileit believe that man /it de.
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Is perfectly all right to say that legislative bodies represent human beings and not land 38 Piece of scaided from the ape'tNo. new stamps showing ,
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area or buildings or stones yet the inescapable fact remains land now mountain wildlife ,
that after every party, some 5, Succruful spceics. the head of u male
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With I substantial percentage of our metropolitan areas' populations on the move, local 12 Opsy'a 5U.Pride IN AN. WRY E R I C. thereafter_________ -hex, in agile--mountain-- goat .
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people who must the burden of cleaning after after mistake in HOW DOES IT WORKTlJIJftcu'DCDfJJ
carry up a party or judgment Digit 51 Mature P A 5 H A. E. o I T E. 0

are to have only I minority voice, then they are deprived of adequate representation 15 Fusing 52, Eng 5 T E E R. D ATE. S.

It has bcome a notable feature of our government by administrative agency that 17 Sta eagle composer. THI FLIGHT Of THg
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blunders of incredible magnitude can be made by person wdio are beyond the reach of the IV Weaken\. 54 Father MISSIll IS TRACED 6OUN9 tlMOIflTSTOYSFOM

Citizen who casts the ballot, but who ultimately must pay for the mistake with his tax dol. 22: Capable 55. Wildanimal 5 6,
lar The cost of these blunders in term of tax dollars reaches an unbelievable figure They :26 Dtltx Ib Oefui ITS J *$ir coow,,
29\ Santa DOWN:: so. THt CHIlf t/FHKMCt UTHSfHUlOtO Mole i/6H/iLs ARE
become a news item and a statistic temporarily and then they are quickly brushed aside friend Location !/i u r tint MISSUS OHO SNJOVTT01T11R/1
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In our legislative system a* it has operated in most states, representation in one of w 1

the legislative bodies has given effect to the interest of those people who must stick around I l s I. /: 7 V/j 4 I j 14 & \\ ark Unit

and clean up. If the persons who are willing to fulfill this role are to have no effective '% W 26 hewing> M env sl .
Il II. lubtunct 2 es
voice In the legislative, / process, they might just as well join the ranks of our Citizens who 0.IJ 27l'ndi, idrd Y s RIR tO-GROURD Mlurits

d are free to move to any place/ where the pasture may seem, at the moment to be greenest 14 / "a 28 Blurred I ARt FROM RILCASID tr MANNED A/RCRAFT,
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Who, then, will clean up the mess that has been left behind In the federal field of /1 0 i ill PoetrmeJl : M/SS/LI/s/ Gv/Of0 JO TNi 7RRGfl
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every government-financed land development project can be turned into I golf course, or IJl ", )I ,. 49 FuMardtlienioutl' I a:.
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be submerged by building a dam, or be converted into a wilderness" area The physical JI ; / I'" 0f 40 R:::ing.umcni l'' w ..{ ..

machinery, such as it Is, must work and must be operated. The people who cast their lot
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with this kind of service and ownership and the hazards of private enterprise, should be ij V/ I"V/ [/ 43 rug: HS

able to make their voice heard in the legislative corridors along with those people who, if 45 44 .r 4' ,' 4V princess
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Under the Supreme Court decision, these people, if they move, will have the tame right /6.1'4lhk.:: 1 OtfCtHFT.mm** HILt HHKJI ITtUlNt ptiicrj OHO THl fouoi MOSM.I TOHMD TNt-

of representation a* the person who arrived first and the right to vote to destroy that which jJ : J4 I" tuber nt MOW maser, IOMI M/s3/LtS
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with Ashevllle In the Class AA SPORT

By DICK Southern League Monday night
COUCH

Associated Press Sport Writer w playing shortstop the and entire banging game out one at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Two key members of the ta'

American Football League's single In four times at bat. COUNTY NEWS, N.plei. Fla. W.dn.iJ.y, Stptimb.r J, .1964
6 COLLIER
The Seminole finishedthe
first championship club and apair young
of veteran National Foot season for Gastonla In the ,

ball League running barks are I Western Carolinas League Saturday *
kmong the latest victims of the night, and the parent
bro grid rame's Big Knife. Pittsburgh Pirates organizationmoved Stan Musial Collapses

NFL and AFL teams, counting him up to Ashevllle for
down to mld-September sea. the final lOdaysoftheSouthern
son kickoffs and down
rosters to reach next cutting week's final League season. Ashevtlle's regular Milwaukee I
player limits, sent a numberof shortstop had to depart At Game In
well-known early because of a school
players packing
Middleman said Muslal's
Tuesday In the nexUo.Ust trim. teaching assignment. ST. LOUIS (AP) -Stan Musi Dr.
ming session After his first game for al, whose baseball feats and condition possibly could have.
But Croman and! Hogan Ashevllle, Billie called Rollie stamina helped make him the been caused by the heavy demands
his time In recent
Wharton, who starred for Hous. Rice In Naples and told him the nation's physical fitness dlrec. on
natured Musi.
months. The good
ton's 1960 AFL title team, lost pitching he faced at Gastonia tor, collapsed of "complete ex al Idol of millions of American .
their Jobs; so did eight-year seemed to be equal to or better hausatlon" at Busch Stadium had been on
NFL vet Tom Wilson and three. Tuesday night. youngsters
than the he
pitching saw since
the almost constantly ,
year man Pervts Atkins. Musial, 43, a St. Louis Cardl. go
In his first AA
fall.
The Denver Broncos released game. nal vice president after 22 years last I
Billie compiled a .237 batting When he retired as an active I,
Groman, an all-league end at with the National League team,
Houston in 1960; the Oilers cut average for Gastonla In became ill at the game with player in September 1963, Musi I
Wharton, an offensive guard this, his first season In organ. Milwaukee and was helped to al was named a Cardinal vice.
who has been sidelined with an ized pro ball. He was signedby the Cardinal clubhouse. There, president. Then, on February .
injured leg; the Minnesota Vlk. Pittsburgh one year ago and he staggered and collapsed into 14, President Johnson appointedhim I
National
legs axed fullback Wilson and played winter league ball the arms of former teammates. director of the I
the Los Angeles Rams cut half In Arizona before going toGas- An ambulance, escorted by Physical Fitness Program, say.
back Atkins. tonla. The 1962 Naples High several police cars, sped him to Ing no better man was qualified Ito ;

American League rosters SCRIMMAGE TIME at Naples Hitch School finds senior graduate was second In team Jewish Hospital In the city'smidtown Friends set an example.had noted recentlythat i
trimmed to 38 medical complex on
were men plus
tailback Donald Walker a white dark. runs batted In with S7ledGas
uncorking pass handsome left.handed
the ,
rookies who played In the All. the edge of Forest Park. He ;
Star game at Chicago last Major League's First Jap shlrted opponent leaps In unsuccessful effort to bat It tonla with six triples, and also was hospitalized, and a physician slugger with the ready grin ,
month. NFL teams got down to ,down Blocking: back Van Weeks, center of picture, stands hit 10 doubles and six home would remain "at least fans called him The Man appeared

43 men plus players Injured In ready to block approaching foe. (NEWS photo) runs. several days. tired But he remainedcheerful 1
the All-Star game who have not Right now Billie Is playing "He was completed dehydrat. as always."The !
yet recovered. Next Tuesday, Player Makes Debut At Shea i despite Injuries to both hands ed by the time he reached the demands on Stan's" time 1
have been tremendous ,
the AFL must reach the regular Including a broken Index fingeron hospital," said Dr. L C. Middle. said Dr.
season limit of 34 and the NFL Baseball k.1a his throwing hand. man, the Cardinals' and Musis Middleman, "and this entered 1
40. NEW YORK (AP) Where The Giants lost 4.1 but the aI' physician. "At times he was into his general condition."
Other prominent AFL casualties else would the major league's youngster, pitching with poise Irrational." The team physician, a long !
were offensive tackle Rich first Japanese player make his and control, permitted only one lye FSU Finds Heat Asked If Muslal's condition time personal friend of Musial,
Michael, Oilers, former all. debut but at New York's Shea hit a single by Chris Cinnlr. Roundup was serious, Dr. Middlemansaid said treatment Included intravenous r.

league defensive back Bob ze. Stadium against the Mets? zaro as he retired the side By THE ASSOCIATED TRIM> Hampers Practice "No, I don't think so al. Injection.
man and ball carrier Dick And who else would be the without a score, striking out two though it could become serl. "We are trying to get some
By MIKE RATHET homer In 14 games, tied the TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Florl.
Christy New York Jets quart first batter to fare him but a batters ous" His blood is all fluid back into his system and to
Associated Press Sports WriterIt score 1.1 in the fourth when he day State University's football pressure "
As him back into balance Dr.
erback Don Breaux, offensive fellow named Smith? Murakami, with a springIn right and he is rational now." get ,
end Tom Rychlec and defensive And who else but Met fans his gait and a wad of chewing was a Punch and Judy showIn smashed a drive 415 feet over team is having to cope with The all-ttme Cardinal great, Middleman said. "He Is rationalnow
back Billy\ Atkins, Broncos, and would give a visitor from 9,000 gum In his mouth, strode to. the American League the left field fence. Then, In the hot, sunny weather and temper. who holds more batting records but he's as weak as you
.
Killebrew sixth, Klllebrew applied the atures In the mid 90s fall
Harmon played during
miles such ward the Giant might expect after something
offensive guard Dave Behrman away a warm wel. dugout, Met fans than allY player in the league's
r come that for a moment the stood up and cheered. Organist Punch. The Chicago White Sox knockout blow, a 405.foot shot practice.In 88.year history, was suffering like this. If he responds well, we
have Jane Jarvis Into played Judy.KlUebr.w. over the same fence. Both horn Tuesday's practice, which will him t
youngster must thought he got the swing from "viral entlrltts" which give a thorough gastrointestinal
Squad's Progress was bark home In Otsukl, Ja. of things, playing "The Japan. gave American era came off Steve Barber. was behind closed gates, the drained his strength, the physi. check Wednesday."
Baltimore At the same time Lollch had team worked out extensively on
pan? ese Sandman." League leading the clan said. Musial and his wife, Lillian,
Pleases Tate In Thus history of a kind was "I think he's going to helpus old one-two Monday night, ham. the White Sox dangling Bring passing and kicking.Plenty have three daughters and a son
made when Masanorl Muraka.ml ," said Dark. "He's got a meting Ms 43rd and 44th homo ing Ms record to 14.7 with Ms The son and a daughter aremarried
2-Days PracticeMIAMI and ers for both Minnesota runs in a fifth straight victory, the 23. I,
a year-old left.handed good fast ball, a good curve and the Muslals be.
(AP)-Miami football pitcher, only a little more thana outstanding control. He throws 2.1 victory over the Orioles. year-old left.hander did not allow Of In came grandparents for the first
coach Charlie Tate says he Is year away from high school strikes.. He doesn't overpowerthe The White Sox, meanwhile, a hit until Al Well Experience time while Stan was still swing.
pleased with Ms squad's prog Japan, struck out Charley Smithon hitter but he's deceptivelyfast. swung like girls against Mickey grounded a single to left lead.It log late last summer. The Man
ress after two days of practice.So four pitches. And more Important, he Lollch, who played rlng-a.round. off the seventh.losses celebrated the occasion by hit.
far, he has been trying to Murakami, brought up by the looks like he knows how toplt'h. a-rosle with the punchiest Chi. by the leaders ena- ting a home run.
get the players In top physical San Francisco Giants from their ." cagoans, pitching six hitless In. b the thlrd-place New YorkY Gator Defensive Platoon Among Muslal's major league
condition. There has been little Fresno farm club Tuesday Also Impressed by the 6-foot, nings before winding up with a u ns to climb within two baseball records are most life

contact work, Tate said the first night, had hardly been Intro. 180.pound Japanese pitcher was three-hit, 80 victory. ga ',f the top. The defending GAINESVILLE (AP) The too, as center linebacker. time total bases, 6,134; most
scrimmage would probably be duced to his new teammateswhen Casey Stengel. And when the show was over, chan'i 'uns whipped Los Angeles first love of any college football Left guard-linebacker, Larry long hits, lifetime, 1,377 and
held "He pitched pretty good the Orioles still held their one. 4.1, despite the presence of the most home In double.
Saturday. Manager Al Dark sum. coach Is experience, and the 'Beckman of Miami and ends runs a
Tate has been shuffling his SO monad him from the bullpen to said the Mets' manager, 'and half game lead over the White Ang. $200,000 bonus baby, University of Florida's defen. Barry Brown of Ann Arbor, header, 3. He also shares flock )
.t players around trying to find pitch the eighth Inning againstthe I'll tell you why. He showed SOX. Rick !ichardt, In the lineup. slve platoon has It this fall Mich., and Lynn Mathews of of major league records includ.
the best talent for each. job Meta controls! Klllebrew, who hadn't hit I Rel ,ardt, making his major "We feel pretty' good about Tampa are all' Juniors with' let:'Ing-most home'rune in 'consecutive
y league J'but In center field, it," observed Gene Ellenson ters times al bat, and he has the
struck out, fouled out twice and ,
National for
chief of the defense under Coach Three ea. o n e defensive League record
lined out In four trips and was Ray Graves, "these are much backs senior Ken Russell of most games played.
unable to down Clete .
X1'1 flag Boy.er's
the same players who carriedus Midland, Pa., and Juniors Bruce
long drive that went for a to ninth In the nation on Bennett of Valdosta, Ga., and Marked
two-run triple and capped the Ayres
defense last year" Allen Trammell of Eufaula,
Yankees' decisive four-run sixth Ala. slated to start the
Seniors Dennis Murphy of are
inning Elsewhere uprising. Sam McDowell Cairo, Ga.; Roger Pettee of opening game here Sept 19 Horse Today In
,
Bradenton; But Richbourg of against Southern Methodist. 'Ii
and Don McMahon combined
on Pensacola, and Sydney Mac. Jerry Newcomer of Miami,
HambletonianDuquoln
a slx.h1shutout as Cleveland Lean of Jacksonville are the senior letterman, will miss that
blanked Washington 3.0 and anchor men of the line, having one and possibly one more Dl. (AP) Ayres
Boston edged Kansas City 3.2 on lettered two years straight. game because of an appendectomy was a marked horse WednesdayIn
a homer by Lee Thomas. Murphy at 252 pounds and in late summer. a field of nine colts seeking
National League leading Phil. MacLean at 224 are tackles of One position remains without harness racing's most coveted
adelpMa edged Houston 4.3, r.. size and proven skill. Cllenson experience on the first defensive award victory In the Hamble.
miming 11th games up on the rates Murphy a top prospectfor unit. It Is a key spot-roving tonlan<
Cincinnati Reds, who nippedChicaro' professional football in an. linebacker or, as Ellenson calls With perfect weather predict.
Cubs 2.1. Third-place other the man who holds It, "mon ed, the Kentucky Derby for 3.
St. Louis downed Milwaukee 4.3, "I don't year.think there is a guardin ster" since he uses the monster year.old trotters was expected
the New York Mets whippedSan the conference better than defense. to attract 4 record crowd of 50,.
Francisco 4.1 and Pitts 000 at the
colorful
Richbourg," Ellenson said Sophomores Graham McKeelof Duquoln State
burgh defeated the Los Angeles Pettee rates with the best, Lakeland and Steve Heldt of Fairgrounds
Dodgers 11-2. Albany, Ga., and senior Bud
--- Williams of Tallahassee are bat.

tUne for it. Williams, unable to Full Card Set

Ole Miss Grid break Into the lineup as a quar.
terback the past two season, Is For
Player Stricken making a strong bid. Speedway
TME With all the experience at 10

Catching Punts positions, youngsters will have Saturday NightNaples
G trouble breaking In. Some who
p 1DI OXFORD, Miss. (AP) The may make it include ends Chip
Speedway will featurea
University of Mississippi foot Hoye of Jacksonville Beach and
ball team began Its second day Neal Sneed of Fort Lauderdale full card of races plus a de.
B of fall practice today saddenedby guard Jerry Anderson of North, molltlon derby Saturday night,

the unexpected death of a Miami, back George Grandy of beginning at 8:30.
By THI ASSOCIATED PRESS promising sophomore tailback. Jacksonville Beach and center Speedway officials decidednot
American LeagueW. Richard W. (Rickey) Ellzey, Bob McCullough of Mount Dora. to hold any events on Mon.
L. pct, G.B. 18, of Meridian, Miss., collapsedand Hal Seymour, punting special.1st day, Labor Day, because the demolition .
Baltimore 71 S3 .598 died a few minutes after the as a sophomore last fall has derby already had been
Chicago 80 55 .593 Vfc start of the Initial practice ses.slon developed well as a safety man., scheduled for this Saturday for
New York 76 54 .585 2 Tuesday. Yet he probably won't see much sometime
Detroit 71 65 .522 10 EUzey, a 6 foot-1,193\ pounder, ,action there. There will be races In the
Minnesota 67 66 .504 12th had been catching punts beforehe "He's awfully valuable as late-model overhead class and
Los Angeles 88 69 .496 13'/' collapsed. Cause of death kicker," Ellenson said. "When a in the growing jalopy class. The
Cleveland 66 67 .496 13'/i was not Immediately deter he lines up to play, all the speedway Is east of the airport
on Radio Road
Boston 60 74 .448 20 mined. coaches get shaky"
Washington 33 82 .393 r/i'
Kansas City 49 84 .368 J0'i' .
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Detroit Chicago 0 Tommy Armour (
Boston 3, Kansas City 2
New York 4, Los Angeles 1 l

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V \ \ Rescue Boy 3 After 25 Foot" .

Where the ShatteredCan : R , I



Find New FamilyBy ,,. role, z. Fall Down Abandoned Dry Well


FREMONT, CAltf. (AP) A parently died only a few h uis
3ear.oh! asthmatic boy who 'after falling

JERRY: SHEEim v fell! 2r feet down an abandoned I I In 1037 Benamit] Hooper Jr..

Newspaper Enterprise AssnTT dt.'I'll was rescued Tuesday 7, was rescued alive after 23'A'
night/ :, "srratt" 'lied up and a little hours In a 24,foot deer
,rI'STPIIT: () | (,.unnF.1)( : ) The luiKhlmrs/ c.nutplained| l /ill lirsl, few' (pirscuiN" wlld"'II I >cl"i but otherwise unhurt Manorvllle, N.Y well In

\\ relished. the uleii/ ol! narcotic! addicts Imnu uiiuss the slinl ,ill.'i three hours. The Betten" ourta have two I

Thut'II the MIIIS ap o in Suiita :Mom'tii. (:ulil'.1\ man n.iimil ( Iii d'Ie. Duliritliunkd \ rued I of more than 100 other children, Anna Marie, and
n house. iiinl l uttiuilul! aliout IIIMI ti inoslUdopi1 "t'I'I'I' i .is Fremont policeman Joanne.
oiloin nl smith's lost! (people I Dunn,,' U'.lUon, 26, pulled JerryBette
Hildiils. Ill' culled Ins liosltl! Sxiuinon llotisi'. a alma| whets nun ionic< their habit and
help each 90 i"ot deep well with two ropes.

other feet.Nobody to .pall themselves on lix," Frank continued, "he, per resident per day. The boy had been breathing Indonesia In
I their cause someone will lust tell After its first five-year test with the did of an oxygen tube
" really- knows what you to knock it off Wu soon the Svnanon idea seems to be lowered. to the bit of rock wherehe
the word Syna realize thrt it won't get you working. If the plan con. was wedged lie was taken to, Airborne Attack
I non means, anywhere.Then tinues to flourish and if its Washington Township Hospital
but that is you start on the road residents continue to emerge: for 24.hour observation\ He was On
not Important. back" successfully i into society. ._ "'* T1IJrr said to be in good condition Malaysians ;

What is Important Everybody works at Svna- Svnanon 'methods may sm- He'd begin to cry a little KUALA LUMPUR
is that I Rt4 non doing what he is best ply the answer to one of the NEIL Radio.Telcphoto) while I was fishing for him and (AP) Indonesia launched, Malaysia anj

the idea has equipped to do, Sometimes a nation's greatest problems TROUBLE IN TURKEY-Anti-American demonstrators scale the wall of the US Embass I'd talk to him." said Watson. airborne attack before dawn tool
grown to include addiction. in l'S. the situation "I 1 got a in Ion cord to him and
mans special aptitudes are dope \ Ankara Turkey protesting policy on Cyprus day landing 30 paratroopersInto
nearly channeled into unexpected di. set benefits from such pro. jacket on It until I had it aroundhis the center of Malaysia's
\ I urlsl "
500 'residents'in 4 rections, grams as Sjnanon have a way - southernmost mainland state oft
five locations 4 \ One resident when he of outward to include With; the young victim' help Johore the
was filtering Gracie Allen g 0 v ern men it
Theseare ft V Radio: i a second rope was seemed to
Sheehan on narcotics paid for his expensive ) those beyond the immediate ) I charred
all in Call- habit I ,: ,: 1 his other wrist and Jelly' was A "
by working in Synanon family. government spokesman saldj
lornia with the exception of a car theft ring. His ,lob then, As an Indication! of such BI) CYNTHIA LOWRY card mailing list of 207,000 Laid To RestIn eased to the surface. one battalllon of soldiers and al
of Mr. and .
the Synanon in westport Jerry, son Mrs.G.irv
to benefit Frank field force
spot through binocularscars widespread police attacked the
tp Television-Radio Writer
,
names The lub president, the ,
which is largely an Eastern with keys left in the ignition was accompanied by his 15- George Dettenrouit turn parachutists, killing one andj
HOLLYWOOD AP It was wife of a Los Angeles grower, Forest Lawn bled Into the well about a half
station from where .
reception or with their windows year old son, Johnny, as he Satuida light at the llolluyoodPalui.lum estimates that she receives an) block capturing at least three In the
newcomers are flown westevery from his home after >I.e
few weeks open talked" about his "second fam where an orderly where from 15 to 71 letters a GLENDALE, Calls ((AP) -. and two playmates removed aa first fighting.
His job at ttestporl Is ily, Synanon, in a small crowd of 'iloely dressed dance-.day. Grade Allen rests today (in i ('pI1IPllt.rUled bucket that Coming two weeks after a,
What goes on In UestportIs that of "scrounger." Instead room, lovers were moving< to the She is experienced in the fan Forest Lawn crypt following ered the cov. small seaborne landing Ing
not unlike i what happens of collecting automobiles he Frank was proud of his opening. Johore, the airborne operation
strains of Lawrence welk's or. club business, she said, becauseshe funeral services that brought The olher boys to tell ,
ran
at the other locations. About collect food donated bv progress but his son seemed chestra except when the several near collapse for her hue Indicated Indonesia Intends toj,
ran one years
ago Mrs. rUtttenoouit
: 'JO per cent of the "residents"admitted friendly local merchants ro'rthe even: more proud. 24, who said, extend to the heartland of Ma.
maestro was on the stand. Then for Frank Sinatra and, more re. band, George Burns, and "My heart just broke )
to Synanon look Synanon residents "S\ nanon is great, isn't it, they tended to cluster near the cently, for Roberta Linn, an fellow comedian Jack Benny "I ran to the well and said laysla the guerrilla attacks,
back on lives! shattered by Nobody's talents are wast dad asked Johnny. More than ., hitherto confined to Malaysia
stage to watch him wave his ba early' Welk "champagne lady" 1,300 persons, ill 'Jerry, are down there7' ,
the dope habit. The rest areas cd Some men wash dishesas ton. eluding you distant Borneo states
Fan clubs are very handy or some of show busl./ 1 Then, I ran to call husband. ,
badly off. Their: carters they may have done "on Ilalt-way through the evening, ganlzatlons for performers. One ness' brightest luminaries, "I stayed for the,my first half In Jakarta, President Sukarno*
': may have been wrecked by the outside. Others clean Crew Safe In Welk escorted to the micro. young singer estimated It cost gathered Monday at the rites hour while they tiled to get him of Indonesia canceled all leavesof
!Rambling: alcohol or other windows phone an attractive, well. him about $25,000 a year to ft.nance for the zany comedienne who out, but then I couldn't take It tho nation's armed forces lot|
addictions. ranks regular job was a Bomber Crash dressed young woman and Introduced his he paid as do the delighted fans with cracks like any longer. an order asserting that "enemyi

One 44-year-old man, who bridge painter, high above her informally to the others, for the bulletins, pic. "When I was born, I was so The boy was pulled from the activities" threatened the eael i
we will call Frank, explainedwhat New York City's great rivers Near Sanford ballroom crowd as Mary Lee turl'l. printing and mailingcosts surprised I couldn't talk for a well as rescue woikers sank ty of the nation. n
happens: The white paint on Synanon's SANFORD (AP) A Navy Schaefer, national president of plus personnel to handle year and a half." parallel shaft six feet away His a Sukarno has sworn to wipe out,
'The first thing you are windows never looked so fine, twin.jet RA5C heavy attack I the Lawrence Welk Fan Club. the traffic but found It worth The petite, widened come father, a 25.year.old heavy Malaysia a Brlllsh.protecteifederatlnn ,
made to realize at Synanonis they said, as when Frank finished bomber rashed In a pasture There was a round of applause. while dienne, 58, died Thursday of a equipment operator, stood by of Malaya, Singe)
that there has painting them. Later Mrs. Schaefer described pore and the Borneo states ofj
everyone three miles west of here Tues heart attack with the boy's grandfather and
been through what you have All who enter Synanon do day alter the pilot and navigator her duties, which sometimes The usually assured Benny two Catholic priests Sarawak and Sabah. Malaysia o
been through. So that whoever so voluntarily. However, they keep her occupied from 8:30 says Sukarno wants Sarawakand
i parachuted to safety Inter-County broke down twice as he eulo.glzed ., "I prayed all the time he was
, you meet has sympathy arc cautioned that once they Navy officials said the bomber a.m. to 6 p.m. Primarily, It Involves Oracles down there," said lira Betten. Sabah, where Indonesianguerrillas
but, at the same time, no are in they must make a go lost hydraulic systems while ap. mall. Club members pay Little "The whole world loved court. "I remembered when have been fighting

patience with your problem. of it. reaching' the field for a landing. SO cents dues and are entitled to Reports Grade Allen, The world also that little girl Kathy (Flscus) for A months government
You can't kid "They warn you, said an autographed color Malaysian
anyone. The crew, Identified as Lt. picture of recognized her ability as a comedienne. fell In a well and died. I was
"You're encourage'l to be Frank "that it's easy to leave Cmdr. James F. Bell, 33, of San their Idol and club bulletins that 'Cleo' Damage In her performances, Just 9 then, but I said rosaries spokesman said "regular, unl,
just what you are. You air Synanon but very hard to get ford, and Chief Petty Officer keep them Informed of Welk's the world seemed to know what for three days for her" formed troops" landed near the

jour gripes but you don't talk back The people-both men Colin C. Pemberton, 34, of San. activities. J.N. Johnson, president of the Grade was talking about when Three, year-olcl l Kathy Flscus town miles of southwest Labia In Johore, 105 air
of Kuala
about what a big man you and women-realize that thisis ford, parachuted from 3,000feet. Recently the club had its an. Inter-County Telephone System, she supposedly didn't fell Into a 9 .root well| tn 1949 ,In Lum.npur
are. probably the last chance nual picnic In Los Angeles and "She deserved !Iq
this
announced today that a system recognl. San Marino, Calif Itesruers
'Ono thing is understood. they'll ever have in life They over 1,000 turned up. Many were wide check of their 10,000 square tlon because she lived in a worked for two days as the na. Labia Is 00 miles .north of that
Tn get into Synanon if you have to make it work National Shrine from distant points because mile service area revealed little world of laughter which was tlon watted for news, but she from region Indonesia where a 100 man force
arc on dope you must kick For the family: at Welk fans often plan vacation partly her creation. landed by seotg
many President Dwight D. Eisen. damage as a result of Hurricane own was dead when they finally
AUK 17.
the habit cold turkey." (Cold mosphere at Synanon Is the hower dedicated "Sagamore trips to Include the outing, Cleo. The extent of the damages Burns, weeping, was helped reached her, Malaysia has claimed >9
turkey" means instantly, nj: first they really have ever Hill," the home of Theodore Mrs. Schaefer resolutely re. was estimated to be in the from Forest Lawn's Church of A ph),slran who dc'Sc'ended the borne operation ended the sea3
gradual withdrawal.) known The funds to run this Roosevelt in Oyster Bay Long fused to estimate the member neighborhood of $4,000 and oc. the Recessional by Benny and shaft to reach her said she ap. for Indonesia, In defeaba
"It does no good: to cry and family all come from private Island as a national shrine in ship In the fan club, but Welk'spublic curred largely in the eastern Burns' son Ronnie. trf
thrash around hoping for i donations. It costs about $%50 1953, relations man said the portion of the service area, In Miss Allen was burn a Roman
television star has a Christmas Catholic and b
eluding the exchanges of Clew practicedthat
Iston and Okeechobee. Several faith, but the rites wore dal
,-,.., '" sirvlce cuts occurred, however,,Episcopal. A family friend ex.plainedt .
'
that were Indirectly credited to,
Workers
Mine Cleo due to heavy long distance "George wants to be hurled

traffic, failure of electric pow. with Oracle. Since he Is Jewish,
"iF1hk, J alit u. In Row OverLeadership er and the heavy rains which he cannot be burled in Calho.He + .
accompanied her. consecrated ground. So he r1it
The day after the storm had figured that Episcopal rites
passed, the system's operation would be a compromise, the
in the City of Naples experience closest thing to a Catholic ceremony ,

MIAMI BEACH (AP-A fight ed Its difficulties Contractors ."
over leadership of the United working on the storm sewer pro.
1"i-4f: Mine Workers of America broke ject tore up a 300 pair cable
Into the open Tuesday as the which served the Port Royal N Korea Charges + w
union opened Its two weeks con. section of that city. At about i
vent Ion with 2,500 delegates the same time this happeneda UN ViolatingIts
\ from 26 states attending. 100 pair cable which served

W, A. (Tony) Boyle, presidentof East Naples was damaged by Air Space ,
the union, was given a band road crews, and water enteredthe PANMUNJOM, Korea AP)
playing, banner.wavlng ovation cable, making It useless.As North Korea charged toduj)
J as the convention got under If that wasn't enough, another that a United!' Nations command
way. But opposition to him 1 100 pair cable serving the Cen. light plane violated, Communistair

sparked' several fist fights on the 'tral section on the north side spa 'e along the eastern partof -.--
1. convention floor and one good. developed difficulty from electrolysis the demilitarized
tone Aug
THE ATLAS OF FLORIDA. Is shown by Miss
sized free for all. and went out of service.
"They were pretty fired up by "Despite these Isolated ser. 27.U.S. Air force Maj. Gin Ce. Julin Bryant, daughter of Governor Farris Bryant

J t all of the sign waving<< and bands 'vice Interruptions," Johnson con. cll E, Combs, senior U.N com and hostess at the Florida Showcase in Rockefeller
earlier" slid a UMW spokes. Judttd, "the Inter.CoumtySyMem mand delegate to the Joint Mill Center New York City, to Mrs. L. It. Pach, Miss I
t Ms man. "Some of the fights were ixpertenced little difficulty as a tary Armistice Commission Wilma Nork, and the Patch children. The atlasis

caused by dissenters over the result of Cleo's visit compared said the charge will be Invest! the fiiHt of its kind for any slate, and has been
present leadership, and some .o other seas. gated i pleased by trr University of Florida Press
TALENT: SCOUTS.: Each S.vnanon resident contributes hilt own special talents. One man over minor things."
I formerly' spotted cars for stealing to support his dope habit, Now, Instead of cars he collects He said two delegates battledat

( food donations for his "family," one point for control of the

microphone, and "one really
.
'. ,... "N ; .;.,.: .'" ; ,. ."" smacked the other."
.V.
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;.: .. Boyle, who has been president
.
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>. !. .:; since the death of Tom Kenned
...",... . ; .,.__ "...... 1: ..'. . <.... 'd' In January, 1903, \Is being "hal. 1 a"; .i.i'i rw'
> .: lenged by steve Kochls of Bob
:: : town, Pa., leader of young miners t

. .e. > > ., .-. ... ... .... who have staged wildcat 1t .
strikes In protest to automation w t s.1sj
... w6e ,
... :J' ae .
; _
I. .. .,. < and contract grievances, rc
,... .. b. .....,.. ,.,; .111' Boyle criticized the opposition
.. -';"'- 1-' ''' i '1""'! ::"4Jo for "Irresponsible statements," ao
''i'f4. t "These "eople have been < rltl
; ., L .. l'" S "5/
.:fI"- "" Y 'w- cal of a new wage agreement
.... $
'tt ; ." ). ,. .' "
..: ,.ot. :- signed this year, Boyle said
'''' .. "But it was the best contract
: .. .
.
1' ...... "" .,'_ made
ban
labor
) organization
"'''' ...-
. II(#' >
.. .., r am where"
r."'" '; .E = Officers are ele,.ted btt' ret

__, _' ,... _n ..... .-. T 'I' ...........f,7, ; -irr .r ballots Counted cast until at December the mines Kochls and not i '

sympathizers have r It KI zed the .
FURRY QUARTET Baby
method of election, 5 y ,
A

bears may come In pairs but i 'v elected"The bIt"officers ret ballot leave, been for 14 s Ct" Y n'r / iti

;ears) ," Bole said. tte see r'',
in four These cubs
rarely reason to change.' ,1
I '
_ere born recently to a M ( 4 -- --

fellowstone National Park End ExperimentOn

Shrimping. In .f P, ATTENTION, PET DUCK OWNERS i iSOMK

ear. In this sequence, mom R.weYOleA4.311Y.>74ll.abiigfR.:erlAida.1., i4.N.i5< r7 v"oi'', .Y4

M Apalachicola Bay ; LAKK: FRONT LOTS STILL AVAILABLE
nted to crow the river qJ+ ", 'rJ. BIG I SHOT- Tony Watson li the gunner behind s
T\LL\HlSSFE: AP) The giant .11""ot In, his eavsnnsh G.. nughberheed. Tess Oat .In llw twin hem the .;>..>...< !hie font .... MW Hn4 .In the PINS,
) to mooch food from State Conservation Departmentj limb look strong trough to pop.1 l s shot to Ihs ce., stool IXTINIION, .nly' "'" ...,Jet ...th .< the H.,'" City llmta en U. S.
p ) ended an experiment" with, rget nly-- .1 41 Writ* t, "h... 'et full! ".,.,It.
cubs r lued shrimping dates in Apa
r1stJ But the re-
iaihlcola Ba) and will allow

I to follow. After three shrimping when the shellfishare I
big enough to harvest.
The season, closed under the "
empU. mom wearily give old system, was to have oprsd aulEO t PineRiaqe
Sept, 10. But it man be opened
and climbed the noun- sooner If samples\ show that 45 xruvwMf \J
with heads or 67 without heads lase DAYia elvo. "I 1-144'

with her little bean weigh a pound. Created by Collier Development Corp.

The conservation: department ALl.lt.U IoItItt: \ to.SeerkleA .
d> (right). Park rangers experimented for a year with all makes "r Male, ..tppliaae.efnmmrrnel 110 Tamiam! Trail Phone MI 22131
L fixed open and closed dates In and 1..1" 11."le."o. I'siuip.:
NAMi, HOIIDA
i BO record of a quadra the bay but decided that too ...AlTOISynanon
y' 01 III YOU. LOCAl
many Immature shrimp were ...
i bear birth. e.rv... 1 vs ,. Se "+wl4t,}.A :; kaf g5f1 being harvested. .



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g COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plu, fit, W.Jn.wJ.y, StpttntW 2, If*4 I .. ""'.{ .., -, < ., ""'<1W .' 1.q_ taw i ,
;, f y I Holley. . Alvin York

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. Business : . .. (Continued from page 1)
Council
"a hot line" open to the various
rI World War I
sheriffs' office and not let the
This morning's city Council Ing $47,500 to buy the Pines matter of keeping the peace get

meeting, with a light agenda Block area Council orderedthe out of hand
listed only an hour ind 10 ordinances to be drawn

minutes. up at the August 19 meeting. I w r FIu1 WANTS DEBATE Hero Dies

Then Council members retired Total purchase price of the Hitting at his opponent's re ,
to Mayor Archie Turner's fusal to debate with him, he
two properties will be $67 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -
office for a closed-door confer- 500. and the City will pay with r pointed out that his opponent Sgt Alvin C. York legendary

ence that lasted more ,than a parking revenues and other 1\ as "smart" to take this po doughboy hero of World War I,
half hour. The topic of this revenues not derived from ad 'IUlln> due to his "lack ofkllowl&dp died today The old soldier who
and lack of expert
huddle was not announced. valorem taxes battled crippling Illnesses for a
lele" with the of state
problems
As Council adjourned. Russ decade, was 76.
to'rernmenl. Holle I Is current!)' native of
Stahl The sharpshootlng
member
min. of the Recreation
se leader of
vi:ig as minority
hill
e Tennessee country was
Board, asked for*few ha House of Representatives of
minutes to discuss something.He Council approved the final I th. state of Florida of which I hI' credited 25 with Germans single-handedly and

had Just begun speaking as tax roll submitted by Tax Assessor tw has been a member since 1960. killing i lug 132 others In one day's ctptur-fight

an individual/' when Council- Bert Pinkston. The e W:srled on the problem of road Ing in the Argoime Forest In I

man Carl Hoffmann Interrupted taxable total of real and per- n I uildlng, he explained that h* had Frame in 1918. He was award I

Stahlman and called him to sonal property Is $$8.395.470.up made no commitment as to the ed the Mewl of Honor, and won
the Council table.ApPlrently il3,870 from 'to lid.;. i building of am' roads In aii)' part l lasting fame.

It was, a subject presented at the August 10 >i, tie state, saying that road York entered Veterans Host
c 'structlon had reached all
which Council member thought equalization hearing. The an tal hI'1'ug.. 29. Death came at

best not to take up In a public gross total
meeting and Stahlman left after exemptions $8,268,970. make no piomlses that he could It was his thtid trip to the
a brief conversation with Hoff- hospital this fear and the last
not keep He Indicated that after
of dozen
i hospital I/at Ions In the
mann. SS election he would appraise HIP '
past twoeai*.
Council turned' down the Am- needs as of the time he took of.
sly His final lllnea was de.
S. flee and act according!
erican 011 Company's request : scribed( a* an acute Infectionof
: When asked about intents! frlc.Uon .
Council accepted an Inter for a 55-squa re foot g round slgq' .'.. the UI'III.1I'iI'.1I.t.. lie had
mediate report of the off-street Amoco " .- <. c' y9G t ; in the Republican part, he been In a I
Cadillac station almost
ti coma
the since
for : ,
parking committee from chairman at 180 Ninth Street :South .___u.. .._;;" ; :- """-" _-_"' _'__ a r'........._ __. '= of averred that 'one of to the eliminate object adntlttauce. .

James L. Bell. The report PLnkston said that. If granted, DUTY .\N A.SI'15. The USS Washington America's first Polaris submarine is back at her home port New Lon. such a dlffeiencpsked primary was if he was Ills vile. Gracie, and his five

recommended among other It would be the largest filling don. Conn.. for her first refitting since commissioned three and a half years ago. The Washington's lethal equipment satisfied with (present loadei sous ind two daughters, had

things that parking meters be station sign In the area. The Includes subsurface.to.air Polaris missiles shown being loaded In top left photo. Missiles can also be put aboard A.subs ship of the part In the Mate, maintain) .i bedside l vigil.lloapd.tl .

Installed along Sixth Seventh, maximum allowed by the sign by supply ships such as USS Proteus (bottom leftl) in |loly Loch. Scotland At right crewmen go through a practice count. he answered that if heeie not, death alokeenieo! said

and Eighth Streets between ordinance Is 28 square feet,unless down aboard the Washington in routine that k epa men and missiles ready, During the yearlong overhaul it Mill he would not sa) so. resultant ws due to "geneial debility .
Fourth and Fifth Avenues South Council grants variance. get updated fire control system and the new 2.500.mile Polaris A.3 missiles, ion of .I i combiiia
ol' rowlihone incident I Ms
and Fifth Avenue South
along ( Compare Patrol lire met ('onII| .itltip Illnesses
of Sixth '
west Street. off Africa, four days ago the William Pawle\ of Miami the over i the past 10 ,e.II'II."
The committee earlier re- Dora Weather Bureau said. Then the Select Horne other cochairman, announced Wallflower Fuiiei.il anaiippineiils were
commended and Council approved Twenty-six mercury vapor Whips weather satellite Tyros lot a pic. Home appointment| 1I'olllpll'll',
be Installed
will
Installation of 30- street lights ture of the cloud formation anda At Senior Prom Though ,i I Irequent p.lltenl In

minute meters along that part along Galleon Drive. Poles hurricane hunter plane) madea Horne said that the campaign OLYMPIA Wash. (AP) -. 1'1"nt eusoik was Ini
of Fifth Avenue where parking will be 400 feet apart and den- definite fix. To Aid to carry Florida for Sen Bam Why is the Washington State 1>..III'nl1111 hospitals| allli I
meters existed before they were sity of ficus trees will cut down Into FullHurricane Dozens of families were evac BarryIn Goldwater would get underway Patrol like a wallflower at the yearned to i return to "Gracle'a"conking

removed in the spring. These objectionable light Mayor sated from flooded,homes at the soon. Senior Prom ? ; :, and' HO I infoi I'med hos.

half hour meters will be Archie Turner said. Virginia towns of Norfolk Portsmouth Answer: It Isn't attracting I pllll .iiithoiltlc* In his custom
who will out of
Carl Hoffmann recalled that Chesapeake and Virginia Home drop enough tall men. an gool-iiatuied wa\'.
installed as soon as an off- Florida the Legislature after the Nov. 3ren'ral young .
Beach Sin'\'Ivoi's liu hi 'li> the* widow I
street parking lot !near) the bus We had too much light" after as Cleo dumped'almost election had said last The patrol said Tuesday it has :
14 Inches of rain the received 20 two diiiphteis, Mis. IMsLow.
station Is the City Installed street lights on area In TALLAHASSEE: (AP-House only applicationsafter
bought bytheCityandmade week he would for
Shore 24 hours. It was the largest rainfall Speaker Mallory Home, a Democrat campaign a week of recruiting for ret inl Mrs. Mice Frinklln,
ready for use. alongGulf Blvd.followtngengineers' MIAMI AP-Troplcal storm Goldwater but remain a Demo.
( ever recorded there. was appointed co. chair. men at least six feet tall, be. both ol Pill Mill I, ml live
"Women tell me they can't specifications. Dora became a full-fledged hurt Many cars were stalled and man today of the Citizens, tot erat. ttween 21 and 28, with a high !son: the Rev EoIw.lr,101 k of -
buy a dress In 30 minutes" "What makes 'for very good rlcane-4he season's second lame were covered with rising Goldwater, anorganlta lion "I am rebellious at the na. school (education Nashville. a Chul''h I if the Ni/

was Mrs. Casey Miller's com- light engineering makes for today as she veered northward water. A Virginia Beach volun. seeking Democratic support for tlonal party not the state party .Irene minister: Alvin Jt., 11 In.

ment on the half-hour meters. very bad sleep engineering." through the tropical Atlanticand teer fireman, H. Vernon Wilson, the Republican! nominee! for ," he said In the news confer "Stop" Signs Mean STOP tliiiHlls| .11111 i Woe.,Inm Thorn
Councilman Carl Hoffmann he said.Vice. away from the Caribbean. 43, and Mrs Stella Mae Foreman president, j ': ) ence. as and Andrew ui Pall Mill.'JIM .
Dora the fourth J.
year's tropical
urged Council and Fifth Avenue 40, were asphyxiated by . .4..44Otte.e..es.: . . . . . .e..s . e..e.e..eeee.e.e.e i iA

merchants and owners to protect winds storm up to, whip/' .her an peak hour carbon*uck. monoxide In ?a stalled 'I'. ',,:.(' ,! .'I'"'I'i;!.di'.','''''

the charm and status of the during the morning and i '
spun Cleo regenerated when she 1
Fifth Avenue shopping area. "I PremierOf from wesUnorthwest to a more pushed back Into the Atlantic. .

think you will find the Fifth northerly course. But the Weather Bureau said .

Avenue and Third Street areas Meanwhile, storm Cleo-once her peak winds of SO m. p. h. \ .,
will survive very well If we reduced to a mere low pressure would not be a threat to land

don't congest them and junk S. Viet area after battering the Carlb again ;. '.
them up." he said. bean and 200 miles of Florida'seast The Weather Bureau Issued its
,toast with winds to 140 t
up final bulletin on Cleo, marking .
m,p.h. regained hurricane (
.
the end of
5S Us 11 day trip that
the first strength. began In the tropical Atlantic
Council
approved Quits TodaySAIGON At 11 am. (EST), the Weather and left at least 138 dead in the
reading of ordinances authoriz- .
Bureau said Cleo was Caribbean and millions of dol. .
ing the purchase of pan of the South Viet Nam about 350 miles off Cape Hat lars of damage In Florida.

Pines Block and a 90 by 150a (AP) Vice Premier Nguyen teras, N.Q., moving eastward .

foot parcel near the bus station Ton loan resigned today away from the mainland at. J& fc.- .
( .t > 1
about 12 m, .hAt ltk
off-street parking purposes. charging Premier Nguyen p DEATHSGENEVA' **.,.
Also approved was the firstreading Khanh's present government"has the same time, Dora was f
of an ordinance borrow- no legal authority or about 800 miles east of San Switzerland (AP)
standing" Juan P.R, and 1,850 miles Robert E. Wilson, 71, former
White ,Khanh recovered froma east of Miami, at latitude 17.0 member of the Atomic Energy
Chamber MeetsTomorrow physical breakdown new north, longitude 54.0 west. She Commission and currently an

troubles were heaped on his re. was moving at 20 m,p.h. and adviser to the U.S. delegation to
Night; time by Buddhist leaders who was expected to continue her the Atoms for Peace confer ,
To threatened a general strike. direction and speed for 12 hours. ence, died Tuesday night after a tk

Mayor ReportA Hoan, leader of the Dal, Viet Gale force winds extended stroke. Wilson formerly served
regular,quarterly meeting of political party, a secret society outward 150 miles to the northof as board chairman of Standard
the membership of the Greater with members holding several Dora's eye and about 75 oil! of Indiana.
Naples Chamber of Commerce key positions In the army and miles to the south Little change ST1LLWATER N.Y. (AP) tj
will be held tomorrow (Thurs government, said he resigned \i\\ her size or Intensity was ex. Mrs. Edward J. Nell 58, widow

day) evening at 7:43 p,m, at The because "I disagree entirely" pected today of the award'wlnning sports
Moorings Country Club. President with J policies of the, Khanh, fcov. Small craft In the Leeward writer and foreign correspondent *
H. Milton Link announcedthat ernment. Islands were advised not to Vent of the Associated Press

the session la part of a re;* Hoan has been vice premierIn ture far from port who was killed in the Spanish ?6,
ular schedule being instltuedthl* charge of pacification since The beginnings of Dora moved civil war, died of natural causes ILL

year "to bring the membershipmore Khanh took over, across the Cape Verde Islands Tuesday. Nell died In 1938

closely Into the every day

problems and programs of the 1 i r i !
business group."
The Thursday session will be u.-===- )' --==::': p f i
-
highlighted by a report by Mayor
Archie Turner on city progress tl tr.ll & { C

with the capital Improvement pro. "J.W.1l.. .. _
If.
under While pane' 1 "' Iona
tram now way. a major aea.eantee.n ,
,_f' J a IY.ta
( portion of the southern part of
the city U presently "torn up"

as part of the construction, the tZO-w-r': : : Q" li Y 7-tjts rwMS :';. ..Ii
current phase Is scheduled to 1 --- "WLor.E
be completed by the winter tour. \1 3J ti

lit season Mayor Turner Is ex _..J t ,...., !
pected to detail the progress to. ,w :.. uM"rjr.x. .
ward this goal and the plans for : tloutaalf.V5to: : : In ,. .an.r-'Of-J

the second phase next summer. !I

The program will also Include Lr= ss= =71 laWtls wa-nose.- at61': ....
from Chamber boardof
reports the ---
.-.
directors and committees on I I I'worts
y. .
progress made since the start t
f J
of the organization program year ' .

June 1st toward accomplishingthe '1.17 t.ata'OM MlYY..tlt' a.21 hunle It' ._............. ',.1 Li4: k '
goals of the 1964.65 Pro : '

of Action. The member. ....
gram
'MNvnJntRf:: j1M 1.
hip will be called upon to com t
spent on the work to date and of. -= .'::...... Ste't

Ser any suggestions which shouldbe T! f j..J '

considered by the committees. u.\* ."... .., 1 t
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License.(Continued from. .page 1)) 0\e'e Special I

be displayed In a fenced-ln area.

"Most service stations sell' Which size Savings Bond you should buy..and why
used cars In Naples," Vera :

dared, despite prohibition of

such activity by ordinance. 1. Starter sire for steady saver 5. Perfect for bonuses, tax refund
finlnrler Interpreted the ordin- Small enough to be habit-forming; big and other windfall'' Grow into a tidy
ance to mean that If a to fast. Ideal of ) COLLEGE STUDENTS WILL APPRECIATE REGULARLY
person enough count up gift nest egg $:JH! at maturity; cost .
has a combination auto sales and Worth $25 at mittunty; Mil for only only $ I50. 6 RECEIVING NEWS FROM HOME WHILE THEY ARE AWAY
garage, he can't display used cars $1(7S.
6. For big-time caver , and email AT SCHOOL. WHY NOT MAKE IT
In an unenclosed CERTAIN THEY GET
area. The city 2. Increasingly popular .\taand very investor. You get guaranteed inter ::1
attorney also referred to the big with Payroll :Saver: Only $9\ est, excellent security And your BY SENDING THEM THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS FOR
definition of a service station, weekly buy one a month comfortably monev'. available when you need it.
and concluded that he does not Worth $50 at maturity ells for Worth $"HH) at maturity: sell for only THE ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR . AT THE LOW COST OF "

believe Panlplnto'i used-car only $U.50. $37 S. ONLY $10.
ales falls within the scope of 3. Brand-new mice For people who
7. This fine for of an insurance .,.. '
the ordinance. one part * ..
want to buy more than a $50 Bond <." : .
settlementorth at
Vega suggested that Council but not quite a $100 one. It'a worth $1,000
follow the advice of its attorney $75 when it mature in 74 years. maturity; sells for only $730. PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY BY CALLING _

and It did. Splngler noted that Sell for Just $''.U. 8. Good place for reserve fund*-for _

the ordinance is to be made 4. If you're in a hurry to build up busmt'siH, pension fund., credit MUwoy 2.2107 ASK FOR THE CIRCULATION

more explicit In the revised son. savings. thin on, '* tailor.made Buy unions and other institution except \.. DEPARTMENT DO IT TODAY_
log code. one a month for 5 year and you'll commercial banks. Good for I
have $''.856. Inch; i* worth $100 at you. too, when you happen to have ;>
maturity, HU for only $75. $730O. ,.,

Quill Petu t.1.' t : ;

The Supreme Court of the Help yourself while you help your country ,

United States still uses quill t Ntm '
pent made from the feathersof BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Qbt Ssglere

geese These are made .
after strict specifications laid

down t>v Chief Justice John @ ''. "Jr. "' ...I *+.... .w f., I., it .i. ,I "+* '1r, .. flu...' .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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\ larger, more sedate andxed crow. \ British officer found

I cousin of the crow is him and decided -o punish the

IC, raven. He Is our biggest trespassing sportsman. Askingto

marine bird and perhaps the see his gun and praising his Midway 2-2107

J 'lie I' ('I'lcf' the wll I. good rksll1anshlp, the officer:

tern, \,lii he crow favors gained 'he weapon and suddenly

fir dandrra i "i ser'lngs,the turned on the loldtei

,Ilell"' despise clvtlt "Now.' he said, "you will pay -

'alt T i .'I Jer, 'he better for trespassing over the !lne.. Announcements 45-Trailers For Rent

1kFr "r I 'I L&' (average length Take a bite out of that ciox> 'I" PUBLIC NOTICE VIM". lleautySaTuii

',-lit ''' on 'he bleakc \merlcan.coveredbyhU: Trailar tl a ", ..k. with, TV
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10 >ih SI South { ". Spacat It a waak
NOtIC' OF INTENTION
,' uen d.allthrough own gun, was forced! to do so. REGISTER, FICTITIOUS I NAME To Corner ill Ith Ave It IORock C.k T.I.. Park.

J HLI i, 'r> i 1.\ among the Then, the Britisher returnedthe TA. andrsgn, dal h".h ces elf II3Boah.Mottlr.fit Street MI 1 M<; 4,78),
lily that I am conducting a Butmat
lf J. \Jlro k: \"'lI'j'ains clear rifle and told him ',< scat.! Co"lulling' and Tan Work buin*.. at

v ay JH'n'i i', ,,lachian Chain to The wll) huntsman sudden \' Napla Florida' idrr tOO t:cl tioutnama : Acces.tl .
ol GENERAL BUSINESS
For Rent
l 1 corgi" (j' u \ 'la and Europe) covered the officer and forced SERVICES and tint' led' I,rm ,is I loot Ilbylsa, boat with 60 48-Apts.
he of hisjtieni him the of the dead campotad of lha follow,ng pvrten HP t"il'nr Hurt,cana trailar" {70 HO iToo"" "
rasa 1ecau.e to eat rest whoa name.nS p IA cct ol in., lull top and ",Or curlers for .
.
I bdrm
/ 1 ;' ''I i, cu mlng, endurance bird. Hence comes the expression. d.n.e ..O art Vp-galm a. follow ISM.. hlua Point .Mia"In 01 trade Tall tW 8'I. or t' Purrs, TV. Air apt Can Efllelan.ciaa >4t 4th

/ '1.:- and c.\IIII'I1! he can survive Avanua Nap .*: 'FlondtOwnarthlp I Ave South MItat

"' A'i/wrf.J> ., where lev jthers could. ot u id II ,it lotto.* 5-Bminen Opps. I Bedroom Apartmant Large
t. .. wtf. B. D V(>..".. 100. living, room end pianty" of cup
; Made ',imous by Edgar Al'an' II I.I hi* ,Intanlion to apply to 'tha Clean colt,. And tandwich board apaca, Ralngarator 4
t 1\. Clark al tha Circuit Court in, and for air Cond'I..," lm.n. en Trap Range lurni"had. Air Conditionar
"t'f' . ( i'oem, (\iuoth the Raven, Claim Chinese Celt I'., County r' raaittar Priced under |l poi 2.6191. a haattr in N.plai' Park

ifl' '. t Jt.".... ) ;t ;' '\evcunare,"), there seems to the NESS tail*..name RVICta ol GENERAL under tht 6USI proviiion !/?. tt !Call Ml I .M) |/3 If
'
i.. .. oIr be sun and ol Chapter. :o'M l. ofFlorida fIe..n.,1I Dov.lit..... 0'
t.thing mo- iw
; .- .u' ( mystical
...'I..i....... .r: .,,: ( . ). Take Act ol INIWilnat 9-Flowers.Plants.Seeds Musts IRIS' MOTfL. MI
"\.I rose about the bird. Many Trying To 71307 or Ml tllSSHHI
'oor
\ ''fo : my hand tin If day of
-.. : : ; : 4)' Auguit 1964 \'N' HID "
: folk
"t) : '' country fear the raven as B D VOEGELINAm SUMMI ,17'.ALI lf M"TUktH : TIP'I'T' .

\ ( : "'" :': ,{ ,;) ;' .. bringing bad luck. Indeed, his Soviet's Land II.. tl gapt t. >. I'M ai 4 io,1'S, AND SPECIES W....,. M.lh'', ....0"
. .. sad Th,. 1 I. '.aalt"5r' 'I15115lR.1' Molly' I, ."., ,nanciat
., : croaklngs, gurglings and ,
.
: 1 ,
ii1'r.i "'v 1 l' r .I l.l/fin" il"ellR'vr' A ,I'r'e ?"" ,ph
.... .b'" :J" ',' r .t. "" '.I..71W's: .If':_ it>> 4.sJA1Z '; grunts add to this Illusion MOSCOW tAP\ ) The Soviet REGISTER NOTICE: Of FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO II ,,,, I" Sin', "", .'251 15,1'''\, R" E Naplat

%' RtiLflwTl.1.: oIl !'i il t4LAIF "' 1I d.". W Like Cousin Crow, the raven Union toda) accused the Red Th. undar*,gnad doa haitbv Nut rrr Female
claim to a I am conducting 13-Hetp' Want
no YOU RE.MFMr.FI5:: : relishes Insects and corn. He Chinese of laying r.I bushes! al Immok .: Fiorid SABLE SHORES APTS.
: this
be the of conversationas
OIK scorns" to subject ( parcel of Soviet territory almost < under the fictitious,, miniof Mnd' Inn l.l, l'It..f.' 110. 1 IH1A MI
Arturo tin/ 1"11"' I'lnm Dm('k IItc'rtall1I'att( \ J"< Holi'"vd win of ,it Composed ot ti<. 10110"'''' M
all -
Orange Howl )pi'inc.( .'"s Patty Jo I is one of the hostesses. in the Copper- pick up sons garbage The accusation was made by ". whose n...... and p'ac' .. 0' 4nr, 10 HINT
exhibit ': carrion, stranded shellfish official Communist party rni0encn Ere o 10110.. Womano' ,silo, hoc., Nrw. d"I"." > opts ? Badroom.
tone at tin' Iniiida Pavilion Nl'YOI'I< Woihl's Fair Arturois the S Re.ca Bowes dew, ",'"..I' ,', I WdrBn tilths h iti ii baach 4cviitvr

one of the feathered hams from th" Caribbean Gardens traveling even scorpions, lizards, newspaper Pravda, which 101* Indian Rivtr AvamuTitutvilla :. 1\ non' Iawd q 1 lot'' I I'.1 I", IF,ichark. Will,
melons and mistletoe I declared in an editorial "We Fla. New' turn. h "'I I ,Ii... i til ( .ill Mr
troupe of Duck Vauth'villians This road show version of the big Ownarihip. ot Immokalaa Nurtary Sale lady' winl.* Apply' ,nprrton Don.lid Hi kill Midway r Ull
are faced with an openly expan. I. at '0110.... Dona I ,mitt Ratal! 0' 1 ,"II ,lie, 5 P m and onwek
thhty-minute show, that appeals every day of the year in the Gardens, GOOD PARENTS lonlst program with far reaching I. Revco Bowfin N.plM; Shoppmn C.nl.r17111 end. Sill 20..

is currently drawing thre? thousand people per day as part of the 101. Indian River' AvanuaTitJtvilla
pretensions ,
Ravens
their Fla
place nests on /
Everglades Show, newest feature of the Florida Pavilion. Between cliffs In tall Pravda said the Chinese repeatedly It la my Intention' to apply to IA.cl.rk 14-Help Wanted Male 49-Houtes For Rent
lofty or trees. Circuit, Court and
of tha in
shows, Arturo gave a private concert for Patty Jo in a hidden corner Two to seven are laid and have published maps for Colliar County Florida to rye. Rat,trd 01 H"? rctirad man I LANAI HI OHOUM J BAIH
of the Pavilion garden. eggs that allege China has a historic tar tha .ald n..... of Immokalaa' ", .",.41 Inc '.l.,,,1 I paint ,.tor.gale. FURNISNID' Cut HOMF
the adults make excellent parents Nur..ry under ,, >"' 01Ch.p' > Full n. ,nut lima win k NI AH Si' ""01HO.'NG. 4
claim nut only to vast amounts JOWJ. La'wtrol""r lo rid" -p.r." .,," .'''.'fS."d nuixr "> tot r ,UIHSr VFARIV
They will defend to the of Soviet territory, but also to Acl. of lit in I'ull.'b< ""nly Nitwtin RENTAL IIMI PER MONTH
death their It Is said hand on IKit 'nil day a,.. I ; A '"I l/ll If
Ai young. Burma, Viet Nam, Korea, Thal. 0IW; 7''I.r !Saa
ort feed their babies SloTk bTi-W: il Apply inBr.w H LurrRrs
they largely land, Malaya, Nepal, Bhutan S. REECC BOWEN 6m
County BusinessThe by regurgitation and will con- and Sikkim. Au( IL l 16 Sapt t. I. I9M *511 ,'.>i hhueony: s, l'11sell f.ntar mil 411 N'h R E Si IIrftho North

tinue this practice even after And, Pravda added, Peking NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO Iota atberm Napl.l Florida

the young can fly. wants to turn Mongolia into a REGISTER: fiCTITIOUS NAME 1 15-Salei Help Wanted
..
I unlur".d Acts will
Th. doe hereby c.
Gies Anyone who loves the out- Chinese province. lily, that und.'ln.d wa .''. conducting an Fim, SI, rr'all W '. In, sell ,,, '" III.sal :"MI" , utale Cant
County Commission In Engineer Turner reported thata of-doors will love the raven. According to Pravda, the Chinese trical' Contracting bulna. .t Mn. ..' 01 ",." I ".."., '.., .,1 (" 1018 a/10 tfRNt
CO liland. Florida lode th* 1 lit.liliou min wllh, n'I, "'N' ,nle Al1I
BY MICHAEL J. DAVE Tuesday's session granted per. survey to stake out boundariesof To see him soaring against claim more\ than 500,000 nama ol MARCO ELECTRICand ,la', M".I h. ,.bl. I" 0rel 1 Bdrm I Bolh Apt 'IP 10 pert
mission to County Agriculture\ the proposed 16S-acre county clouds above square miles of Soviet territory. thai aid' firm I" compotad of/ nubl i on n didiiiliad;, : : b At:
storm a
virgin Ito following. partona whota nama* IracliuI lumns.Ion' to rphl oNdrm I I.Ih Fu'.d
the end of to attend a park north of Vanderbilt Beach (Texas has an area of 287,339 : lurni,hi-d
September marks Agent Don Lander forest, or to hear his deliberate and placa* ol nud.nC.t parly Drrrmittintor Name .
of the national associa. had been started. He said eleva. square miles). folio" will., till,' I.n' r b.nfltn' A|, IIOrJ' LEASII
the vacationing months as sev meeting dismal croak on a mist CECIL I E MINICK- .". ,pr,r..i to Buyer Bill" I Bdrm Fuinmhrd Homa Car
Pravda accused the Chineseof
tions fill needed and where It : : :
OctoberIn Pn .
scheduled for early I '
tlon vVnnit I'luy i
oral families return northward beside NapLs 'InM i part, ut 'hty
shrouded
New Orleans. could be procured, and Inform morning a waging a war against the RICHARD'Ar MINICK Ply,n'ii I. ,K 1,1),1,I 51.1 I 1 Bdrm I Bath ".ar Kwik, Ch.k
,to meet the opening days of tlon on waterways will be Included rocky coast one knows he has world Communist movement, Niplat Manor linlutiuthad Opan Sunday
said he had been ,
Lander ap. Oenr hip, of Marci Elactric "
school. Along with those makIng pointed a state delegate in seeking In the survey when com: found a true bit of wilderness. and said Chinese party leader at Inllow 16-Help Available CARIBBEAN"..lto.REALTY.

the northward jaunt, was permission to attend. pleted.A The White-necked raven Is a Mao Tze.Tung was wrong when CECIL I I Manor MINICK MNapla Would I I'5.' tn a p1 k 1/M N 1./,,/ MI 6153 l

Capt. John E. late division he according to Pravda //ob 01 ii, >v nail, IThau/lnrmI1, ,
Looking ahead one year, in a species living only In our south- RICHARD A MINICK 10%" Ml nth st Nn or Ml I 4fll4 -m nth TRfTI NORTH

manager of Naples Airlines. joking fashion, Lander said next west. It has a bad reputation claimed tills war was only a Naplat It it thair ManorIt Intantion apply to 5hdi' 1 b.dro, ., balh' availabla al

It seems John's services are year's meeting of the association report was made that the of ruining crops such as paper war and did no harm Clark of .u\f\ Ceerl 1 In .,vndnhle ,tar mod MIC* tllii ..ItIS I/1911
sorghum since it didn't kill and for Colll.r County florid. toreolor wur. '", ,,,uk ,,,II '" 1>"..1. 1 .
needed to handle the oncomingrush will be held in Hawaii Com. paving project on the Trail corn and melons, but research anyone. Ih. said name of Marco inn", "a moll Call Oldloldrbrl'1 ; .doomurn hum. |IOO.
.
month winlar |al> m '.ummar.
of the Labor Day week mlssioners Wes Downing and through East Naples was running has shown that some of The editorial said; Mao Tie [Inch. under the provitiont ofChuptar ;, I Imrnokah.. C.II.r"t Owerr Ulf p..m? by

end. Jofiri will be flying the Pete Doub (Who will go off the WhlBd! -"MB6inl( ;!.!bill IS percent the be lung's pronouncements on the o1911/ Oats l. Lawi of Florida, Acft A"| nth I..) |/th "y. "' .p''.*
damage can preventedwith Park 'I' lit
board in January) gave their"permission" 10 days ago." Engineer territorial question patently Witn.M, th." hand. thlt >ltt day 18-InvettmentsMonay
11-passenger Lockheeds between Turner reported that Inspectorswere proper farming techniques.On show how far the Chinese lead. of Augutt. 1984.CECIL. Allrac/n. u..1 Hnuu. t
attend
for him to
!Block' from I.. Gala
F. MINICK now
Provlncetown and Bos- to the good side, this raven era have in the cold war avn l/il>!> lir< kmiml invitlmanK Krhnol ..
the year-off meeting holding closely speclfl.cations gone RICHARD A MINICK : trod, rrpbrn, lo ColI compl.taly furnithadm .
ton.Well and that the contractor eats great amounts of grass against the Soviet Union." !I..,. I I. II' II, IH4 tr61 lr'I,, family' N"*' | ,n 0 In. | p.r month on yearly, !I.....
or reel I monthly Call 71687. t tw
another local "air en- could not bid on other state road hoppers, beetles, moths and Then Pravda asked: "What 11" SIC 'I/I SI un u

thusiast" whose Interest In flyIng Cowlly Engineer Harmon Tur. projects as long as the East Trail caterpillars.Down would happen If all states 23-Misc. For Sale -;. "., :. Irado lunnh.d. ; ;

has paid off, Is James Earle ner read a letter from the resl. construction was running behind In Florida, one finds should follow the Peking recipe '1 I t '" ?,. ,'n 1, Mom""n. m I,.."N.p'" 'torI.I. .

Morgan of Naples. Earle start dent engineer of the State Road schedule. the Fish Crow around the water- and start presenting mutual 1 K ''nol lot soul, JunIi, ,',"'u'" M'' I "",., ..1'011to.<< ,. Mon
,
claims to each other for . .1 I', ,01.. Plymouthpn.l '
ed flying with us about six Department quoting statutes front. He's very black,small, a revU 16114sx i<. rr.r---" I ._ .
months and after which forbid the use of slon of historically furmad l bore I" .,410". I'' r.fri ' slur" -- ---
ago now, several secondaryroad suspicious creature with a /" ? she
,
von, liapphana : It
months of studyinghas obtained funds to build the Welcome croak like withlaryngitis. dais? .., I'" "v'Ir II.. .1 110 / ML,,", ",.,I5 term wdh prnalf ontrar
Station at Carnestown. : an opera singer "There Is no difficulty an. : I n c. "'. "" .. 111 W.'I L.k' D,, MI d
his private pilot's li- This writer knew .o"n'n .. ....AyO hlI.
this Thin N.i
Letters swerliif qtiestloi' road ,,' I "
will out to those In I.
cense. Hope he keeps It up. go one certain fish crow down In wmild mean inevitable "'. Ire' I i" IL'Irre " ". "
an b
ago ,, , ,
the concerned with the "" "II Nup, i''rk. MI
The county ...''' ' Renl" "i.'I", ., ./,.h.'I.DOOlI [Err "
"
Naples-Mlamllrarnc Is the Everglades National Park gravatlon of International ten. ,. 2 tad '1/1. It 4
1Iooi'.t-
building of the Welcome Station :. \ Naples Fur""" C"
still at a "high" compared to quoting the attorney's ruling. at West Lake. No matter what stone and would be fraught with "' .i 4:: \I 1 W n'"is, I 'hi/l Huusy 7 bad b'un
? MI I'I' /1
this same time last year. Turner said other methods get. weather: or time stopped there, military conflicts" '; . 26-Personal I It
Jpx
Those riding NaplesMiamilast ting construction funds will besought "I' red" was hopping around the 53-Liltingl Wanted N

week were Mr. and Mrs. mangrove trees waiting for a Mrn Lc.OHOL'r or ...om.' "AN'JN"'OU'..,'h drmhn5' hynn ,' 'w I Anon, n
Van Der Veer, George Vega, handout. He performed for the Billboards Along) I,,,.hl.rnt' A\k for halp py tall oI.r I nl N.pb'v,:: ; all.:; Coun/y
/ i| Ml J4I4I 1 V.flOM cor u11yw.homd irr'ny" I ail, nn Ihr Tr1, A/IAn/ q
Mr. and Mrs. G. Gall, Louise tourists and probably had more Highway Cut Down MenI'n5., .,.n r .r.ln.pl d

Langley, Mrs. Geller and fam- Turner reported that a con. Kodak film spent on him than tt Churrr Anna. on Ilk 57-. Houses for Sale
ference with the State Road ('sltrA1aM I I CIlh Ava nary Ions. and
ily. Dr. and Mrs. Wlllard and
any other crow In Florida. By Poet CarpenterKELOWNA f.. "Col" .t a '". P M Ruol P.,... D r ,mmacu. If
daughter Mrs. Ed Pacem, GII Department produced favorable Other well-known membersof Cal hon. Now wall a wall
Everhard and Richard Wino- reports that a sidewalk along the B.C. (AP) A t ht1t; -Services Offered carp.l 7 bale. don.nd I .1l II
the Crow the ,
Family are "U II re'OS
ManJ SLOWC
North Trail could be built out of dlr./ MAR'
1 man who calls himself the '>*, "". A BOCK, 111 Ill Av.
kur.One secondary road funds. This side Carrion and Hooded crows of tl( arpenter" has found a II..tla.U' SLIP COVERS tln' 7it.waltl

charter flight was opera- walk of about two miles has been England, the Indian House crow unique way of protesting high : ?I Dr.p.ry S uphctl' l:.::, /Oath Crnk,
I vnsar
ted from Naples to Miami and requested by residents of the of India, and our western mag- w.) billboards, 5,11:" : ;; 4 1 '"I' r'ra Plata

return. area who will have children at. 1KARL pie. The rooks and jackdawsof He ruts them down and, leaves NIt !". 1'1,, 36Wanted To Buy "o.y 0/. ... 11), 1 '....1. 1'hool Open a,

tending Sea Gate School. Turner Europe show a startling Intelligence behind a few lines from poet !!,, ".lil:, ,0 y'16up ,rut.. wnldnl r AI"IIB'/ REALTY d

was directed to confer further and social I cooperation : Ogden Nash'' to explain/, hU ." to"dI" Slahlm' ,an Pruyr I I' o

with the SRD and work out con. FAIR M'AnSIIII'S-VI'1: I''., ".",'''<. Co 1 III Jrd i" b.droo,1: l"l
nMII" V/M II N..d a.rn. alt
AntiPovertyBill structlon specifications.The r.OLLNIK, a rrtlri Air work."I think that I shall never see tors at the New York Uorld Ann'"? Nur, ,c basis, na, ..5eppm5 : q
anrbu.d F A. Nrnmmtrn
A billboard lovely as a tree Fair got a glimpse of the For Sale par.go H
Force lirulrngnt rolonrl. In anew "BITE, OR ELSE! 38-Autos nl vel.bla Md' a.. It
Perhaps, unless all billboardsfall future recently when full ""., $17100 D.yd C. Janospnltnr
Tempting Commission discussed aMnrUlf with Hill Loach, The expression, "to eat scale models of ipateslups i KA.Nnruiu: I AIIUNsruiAi.s Ill SIN Ay, 5. MI
Itfaltor lie resides In ItoyglHarbor do 71411 If" St
crow to something
possibility of constructing bar. meaning I'll never set a tree at all." were lowered Into the new ;

State Cabinet cicadas on weirs and certain sea. with wife "'.a..lnd on* very disagreeable, has an Since the "carpenter first Hall ol Science bUilding. The /'N/VAS/NO / J" A'0:

walls to prevent people from daughter who will\ be a aopho. Interesting derivation. In 1812, strut k July 22, five billboards, ships were designed by the I9t Ranault Dauphine, I'll u versa', n.n'm.,,1vn,thrt. h."."" .... III

gaining easy access to the struc.tures. In Srnlor thin during an armistice between the and Mill 1911 F.dI, h.idtop. hair THE MOOR 0
TALLAHASSEE (AP-Flor. more Naples High valued at up to $ 00 each, have Martin Co be IIni| 'Nye' : n, al and '

1a will try for a lion's share Turner reported this as a ,nr. Another daughter II I Irr..hman British and American troops, a been found with poem at. featured with a motion picture 'IN/ Mar.. 4 dr I o''''.(, MMIMI ; ,0d' ;t.arprt.n5lnough.,,,,,,, "
our ""pt I b.d" rim It
,f benefits from the antipoverty move of "locking the barn door st the l'nh'.uity of New England soldier went out tll'heIylnr along a scenic Rendezvous In Space. ? o' ,r? ,nrlud.n5 etpocal
II un
Sad
111 by using federal funds for after the horse Is stolen," re. Hrrida. f.ollnik fr.rnifrlv nag hunting. He crossed the British highway. They had been sawed The vehicles Mill maneuver Chr4 r :::d d-Iles..5.. . No, Stln.e4ii 1
to the Incident HI1S2 "," .p 'I'1, ". . .Dd"... Sawn
ferrlng yesterday from their wooden over the movie audience IH Ply, 4 dr t .0f
le lines supports
education of state residents.The cost the life of employed by Kutrnbrrg home unknowingly and shot a Phnnt MI 71101 "t". r
bill-formally titled the which a boy. J..... Nit, ; 1191 5 P M '11. .. .1
No action was taken, but further'
conomic Act of
964-was Opportunity pushed to congres. study was authorized.Engineer Hil Cad 4 .' Air Cond IW 58-Loti For Sale d

lonal passage by the Johnson The above cart run good .....,.,.,.. u..wlol..1 CU'".' lul
"aorta 0 H'4h School, cost
Administration. thata WOOD CllltYSLt'JIL I 1000 WII taut $5,100, ....0". ,I
Turner reported
The State Cabinet, without I 4 7v Ifn 1/
deed had been acquired which ) JEEHH40
rmal vote Us approval
gave No Trail Ml 1 tttlr"i.n T
day for an Intensive study of will permit straighteningtheeast 59-Acr.ag.
I.R seek 4 doorulo
Ie' bill to see how that state Trail at Weaver's Corner. In m.l t irantmittian and load d

'mid best use the federal fundsat the road improvement, an Indian v.r 1 rn IMO May b. non .1. N acre Ira.', IS 00 down and
will have to be moved. I I/O lOlh Ilea North TI',871 {100 per oentl. N. 'Merril
the legislation provides to Camp Illt tISO05 .,,. m.hram Odd.. e
imbat poverty In the nation. The county will participate in re. loop .Vur w",n1)' drove tv" U". city Opan Sunday CO" :Jh.
The federal funds locating the camp.A n" bl. lypo. Rum soad .IId .' Courtly. Rlllly. 1/11 It
amount of ruifor ,,' hum n. tripI -
.n io--; 60.rouIIH ; ; <<
allable has not yet been de. ., 'n'I arrat>h Wood ChrytlarI I/I tt acrd.C'. ,.,.... or'athe. C"' ... :J
rmlned. "' h.1 Tra.l.
chairmanFlorida' review of road rebuilding In ,t:: If
Dr. Myron R. Blee,
the county on the Naples Park
Con.
Committee on Quick del' 15 Ie,.. $00p.ract. 11
,ulng Education, told the Cab.t Plan showed that about 10 peti. 0 Open 'W"d.y\11 Call.:.,
? the long range educational tines had been filed, covering an .' ; Cnnnly w 1/ B

estimated 15 milts of road bor
work
rposes of the state will be per ta Ar 0' homaa". .n I
Commissioners estimated that .. hall'w .crt aa'
the act If the
rved best under r' t'. IS will .I.clecoly and
Ubllshed forms of education. it least 10 miles might be com. Irr r '' rn.d' ,,;char b'g a6oa1. beet.. d
will Meted In the l .es: budget. Vn. y. rye $00 down 110 par month .IId ,1up
Institutions and agencies e'i rryg Gan .yo, Coil;.; C.
>ve "with Imagination and In. ler the plan property owners pay Iy l.an'fSu"d. 1/11 .u'i: It
two thirds of the cost and J
the
edu. :
mlty" to provide more ,., f
County the other one third. 61-lncom. Property .1
and r
Ion for both youths -w W
p8
drY D i:
Its. Own. met all. Iunlf Mot./ u
'. glee reported to the Cab. Itt ri tut, ; bedroom. aQartm.M an
Commissioners delayed again S II folly County Rnlty. flR4
t on his lommlttee's study i
the issuing a Collier ; .. w. 1 1/ Tt
the act, with five general
County Motors for two truck.bid
62-Bulln.
ommendatlons. --5y ti K HOUSE HUNTING BE Property
CAN A
In at last meeting 01a sealed I
v. Farris Bryant however -' %m 1118..
,
bid. The bid was about $700 PLEASANT TASK Trail /ronlae.,0 a troll IoM.
I IF YOU AVOID
Dr. Bl*. to return to his er SMwnn N.pla and Mane 1.
under the next lowest bid, but ;tA' .., . WASTED TIME land Tura./1. Open Sundays
y of the act and present to AND EFFORT IY '
Colt.,., Count 1 1'.11.,, I'] t
the Commission t
later was ..... : 9TWd'
recommendations.ryant
specific CHECKING THE
HOMES IN '
advised that a mistake ol over 6'Snsuranc 'Ji.v.
!
.
said he had read the ..
Just $500:I had been made.A I. t. ... CLASSIFIED PAGE OF THIS

and various commentariesIt careful study of spedfica. ... ... r: 9 NEWSPAPER.CALL M.....' 1'1)1 aym.n.
but still was not sure Pl.... Sate H.me 0....'.., ,0
lions advertised and further in.
FIv'
I Implications and possible
Icatlon to Florida's system vestlgatlon Into the alleged mis. MODERNITY I MOVES I IN Diamond Head a landmark. en Hanalulg'a caaat, forms backdrop. for new centtructlon 'in THE NEWS FOR ;'AIQr"121 hAt Av INtUIANCK*. Ma 1h .3

u f t1oa. take was rdered. the Wmkikl. Ie. Hawaii, new. estate fo" lv. ,..,... Is kulloirfg to".ke<, pace with the currant .t.te.f development and far the future. RUBBER STAMPS M 755 i w 7/11M'rN7t11;


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OPEN TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS. TOP VALUE STAMPS .
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Cottage Cheese CM 55c Lb. Bag

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Pears . 3 LI No",,tThr.2'12. $1 00 j C--."..OhODIIa V.M. flu' *=CUlt I"l ft 55cCwr .I t HAWAIIAN
RED or YELLOWPUNCH
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SAVE 5e AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK AND W.D BRAND Fresh Frol.
No.300 Cam OC.
Beans . . 3 c '
Limit Six G I Grade
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SAVE 10e BLEACH FREE 100 EXTRA 4 46 oz. $00

Clorox . . Limit Hili C''; 29c TOP VALUE STAMPS Whole Or Cut Up limit" Faur

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303 Ca. 10 SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Tomatoes
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SAVE 4c DEEP SOUTH HAMBURGER

Sli. Dills. . 22 oz.. 25c Clip I I TOVALUI EXT.. 'STAMPS-
ValuableCoupon I 1 .1.MIre
SAVE lOc CRACKIN'GOOD

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AT ANY WtP4J4.DIXI1 OR }
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70 Ct. Pk..
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SAVE lOc DIXIE DARLING Whit.Sandwich Loaf

Bread. . 2 1'h u.f.' 39c + FRYER PARTS

PAYE lOc LITTLE DEBBIE Drumsticks . . . .Lb. 4ge Lb. 28

Raisin Cremes 'IT"* 39c Fryer Thighs . . u. 4ge

. Breast with Ribs . u. 5ge

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SWANSON FROZEN MEAT Fryer. Gizzards. . i. 29c

Dinners. . . IG 39c
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Broccoli . . *,. 29c LEANER,FRESHER ,

CYPRESS GARDENS FROZEN GROUNDLemonade. .

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Potatoes 4 : $100] Polmttto Forms Potato,Colo Slaw or "

.' Macaroni Salad . if ol;Cup 39c
FREE 450 Extra MORE MEAT VALUES Polm.no Forms ni'onto; ,'
Cheese Spread . 14 01. Cup 59
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Wh.1I'Yell Clip and RtJom Al TU Chez Whiz . . . 8 or. Jar 39 GOLDEN '
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