Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00241
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: September 3, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00241
Source Institution: University of Florida
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,. High Friday 90 to 9J. Variable
mostly east 5 to II mile winduDon't .

Long Holiday Forget- Draft And Keep Peace

Weekend AheadThe

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long Labor Day week- Kbowuri Atlz. (AP) -
end Is just ahead and most Burry GoMwatei! keynot
of the business firms In Naples his lampatfM for the White
promt"",d today to end
will be closed all day

I |r Guess Who? :.,WrJ! :,,', Q W."I Monday.to stock a It few will extra be advisable supplies. leileuil drill'the: ranreious ke government.|p the "peace growth" and of

> ", ;,. Local merchants, with few I do not Intend to It* a war.
exceptions, will be closed al.) prvftlilt'iit," the Republican
( NEA T<'(rphoto)
day. Some will be open I tr> '' nominee declared! I
BRISTLING: TO GO-Tanned, bristle-cheeked and looking only a few hours. The I Tibllx CoMwater said he would
like a rugged old salt, Sen Barry Goldwater Is pictured at Market, Kwlk-Chek, and the the i gears without the
Newport Beach Calif, upon his return from a week's "noshave" Sunshine Suprex Market will .
vacation at sea '+ua will end the
the Food Bank will remain open altogether, and as soon as
', he said "That I
Ranger Reports; as usual. office will be volt"
The post dps-
.itet at'('used President
ed, but the lobby will be open ou of using the Selective
for box patrons. The public \(' Sjstemfor (political
It's Been schools and St. Ann's Catholic 11(11'1.11 viiiMiies.' .
Fairly Dry, School will be closed Monday. ", u rill III: to the ancestral
The three banking InstitutionsIn where he IJIIIK'hcd his two
will be closed and for the Seiule, Cold'
Naples ,
But Fire Index Is LowMen the NEWS will have only a said' In a pieiwredl
skeleton crew on hand. Res- llE1iS l 't''ll lit tocljj Tin"is ampalRii dedicated. Wit to

taurants, and some service sta- "
and equipment of the of measuring fire dangers call- tions will be open .tlnoiigh.iiepaiedness through (freedom' ,
Florida Forest Service were ed the "Spread Index" This Looking ahead to mid-week, through lOiiKtltutloiial pui.or.
called out during the monthof Index considers all the elementS however, It has been announcedthe !1Atti S "
August to control 11 fires conducive to fires and records summer custom of Fifth I authmitlM forecasts

County Ranger Alan King revealed findings oa scale running Avenue merchants closing on 1 of more than 33,000 _
In the monthly statisti- from one to 30. When It nears Wednesday will be discontinued.For 1 than double the population
cal report. the peak number a "fire dan- the remainder of the sea- s onetime territorial rap.
Lightning caused three of ger alert" Is posted. Men and son they will be open all day ----- -- -- -T - Arizona's hill country, 100
the fires, smokers caused two, equipment are placed on an Immediate Wednesday beginning September. NFA: TeiVp'; '<<>' from !Phoenix.
brushburnlng three, and three standby call. HOI EXTFNDrK: .Preslden Johnson signs l into law legislation extending the .' William E. Miller of New
were listed as being caused by During August the Forest Stamp Program aimed at Improving the diet of the poor lie signed the bill (' the ItupublUan: vice presi
incendiary action. Rainfall was Service reported the Index varIed upon his return from Texas, less than two hours before the midnight deadline for nominee, was to be on
measured at 7.90 Inches. between one and eight, although signature. Being given pens are. left to right, Agriculture S .cy Orville Freeman, lot! Golitwittr's kickoff
By comparison In August August has been genera Conboy Scores George Alken, iK-Vt; Rep. Leonor Sullivrn <1D-Me,i: and Rep, Harold I n. Cooley IU>.N.C 2)f i In will Lilt return kpnrt, the N.Y.OTIIER'SIIOTS' .favor

1963, the service battled only ally a dry month.
four wildfires, three of the four The end-of-the-momh report

reportedly of Incendiary origin. filed by King reveals thatuhForest Another PointIn other ol|" nlng shots of the
Rainfall In August. .1963.was.,?,,.. Servcw f N' battled Report On Parking Due In '/ .110"111I' : ., ,
measured at 6.81 Inches. 158 fires In the county since Tax Suit Arizona conservative at:.

January 1, with Incendiary causes jnhiiKun of using "the
The City and its codefendants mended that, should twoor more downtown business will ,
NEW INDEX charged with brushburn-- James L. hell, chairman of and unfair military
Initiated In July by the local log 45, and smokers 33. lost In the another Vincent round Conboy in tax Circuit suit the off-street parking commit landowners desire to combineIn Community use. system for social heroes

service unit was a new method Total number of fires since Court here this morning when tee, told Naples City Council their compliance with the requirements Dell agreed)! to insert! as military ohjectives' ."
for parking spaces, committee's I said, JohiiHon's Is an ad.
rcr !
that the committee's
the local unit was activated In Judge Archie Odom ruled that yesterday
they may provide a site within that the proposed Joint lnllun of "niohs In the
July 1963 reached 278. Fifty- Conboy's lawyers are entitledto final report will be presentedto
nine acres were burned over receive attorneys' Ie... Council In mid-November. 600 feet of at least one of the lot's location, If not strained only by the
BeardGrowersMust that they wait until after
;, ( during August, but since Jan- These fees, the amount to be He presented Council with an businesses It Is Intended to 600-foot limit from all time to Ignite violence
l uary 1 the total acreage cov- fixed by the Judge later, will Intermediate report on some serve, and may contain the total ties Joined In providing it ala In."
Register ered by fires reached 2,806.8. be paid out of a special City current special problems with parking spaces they are collectively be subject to the charged the President fol.
of Naples fund, the Judge said. committed no provide
Council Its
This figure extends through which the committee b or appointed "the way of unilateral dls.
This fund will be created when
This 31. confronted The committee recommended sentatives. and appeasement In
SaturdayMen August developers of certain sub- "
that the distance 00 YOU MEAN?... Another affairs."
CONTROLLED WORK divisions pay back taxes to the between a business property and Carl Hoffmann quizzed Dell the committee was that said the growth of the fed.
with ambition to become City.The on this recoinmendat Ion,bring government "must and
Its constructed shall audit he
The Forest Service answered Judge had ruled earlier thl i parklngarea cause an to
"Swamp Buggy Days a hypothetical case of be Ntopi| c|I." But he added
the code, determine if there
43 requests for controlled summer that developers' land as required by zoning to are
Beard King" are advised to businesses, at one requires that we pro.,
under should be to require a two one who have made
plowing since July 1963, and coming the City's tax. changed owners ,
a clean shave this slowly and! steadily In
register end of FlWi Avenue shoppingarea
spent 58 hours In the effort, benefit "submerged land" con. maximum of 800 feet (now 300)) mltnwms to const ruct the central govern.
coming Saturday then settle and the other at the far
tracts must be IB-assessed at If
plus five hours of complimentary between the two properties parking spaces In from Its many unwarranl.
down to raising a fine crop fair value, and the developersmust end, Joining to provide a park-
service. the required parking provided with the zoning code, ,," in our private
of whiskers for the big days bark taxes lot of the businesses. -
accordingly near one
pay Ing
King reported work Is pro- on other than the propertyon have not at this time lives"
ahead. for 1962 and 1963. Judge Odom "Did mean to
gressing on the Collier County which the business is loca- you these commitments, II Inn Johnson's handling
Mrs. Rachel Blodgett,secretary also invalidated the submerged permit this?" Hoffmann asked Selective. Service
"If such commitments pro.
Radio Road
Headquarters on land contracts and the City ted.Such
Swamp Buggy Days, Inc,
used for parking Cold/water declared'
office then the shall enforce
announced registrations will be Including the tower, dlnances under which they were property Bell.The chairman City
committee leans understand' that
should be acceptableon
house requirements
dispatcher's drawn upon
held Saturday at the following building responded that the committee military forces need trained
land which Is zoned residential -
county ranger's residence and The Judge's decision regarding landowners, as may
barber Rossi's Fifth who make the mill.
shops Is
believe so
Naples growing
maintenance shop.Communications, attorneys' fees will be incor. at the time, the committee within a reasonable "
Avenue the Barber Barber Shop; Roy'siand I he said, porated Into his final order on the added. that within a few years a of park- time," the committee service....a .career understand that
Naples Shop. 800 feet
lot within
Barbers will assist aspirantsIn now Installed at the Princeton (Continued on page 2) The committee then recom- Ing any Dell explained, "the (: ;purpose of the military
completing reglstratloncer- Tower In Dade County ties In tee does not warn to be a ) Is not social or political
the Civil Defense communications -
tiflcates which be mailed
are to
the 'claM. (Continued on piige (Continued on page 2)
to Mrs. Blodgett at P.O. over practically .' .
Box 1561. whole state. "This system was sM + "; .> / J.4 ;''' /j::(. ..

These registration certificates In constant contact during the !
will be on file If any recent hurricane Cleo," King

bewhiskered gentleman"contemplates said. I
entering the beard Communication receiversand
transmitters were also Installed ,
judging contest which will be
In the East and North k fluu1e
held at the big swamp buggy
November 1. Naples Fire Department vehicles "I -
races on Sunday COUNTY BUDGET
enabling the Forest Ser-
vice to be In Instant contact Y

Atlanta with either of the two depart- Aepreprlitlene N
ments, King said.Registration. POND en 1 amne MIII.:1-:

Asks Votes For GENERAL REVENUE S 940,000 3.30 ;

White CandidateATLANTA Books Last year 860,718 3,38

Ca. (AP) A ROAD AND BRIDGE 245,180 None t'
Negro leader Is urging mem. Open 'Til Oct. 3 LISt year 236,055 None
ben of his race to vote for a b
white moderate In a three-man County Supervisor of Registration !
race for the seat of Fulton Su. Mrs. Edna Santa announced -
perlor Court Judas Durwood T. today that the hooks Last year 75,678 None

are now for ,
Pye.A. open registrationand ,
T. Walden, Judge of the will remain open until Octo- PUBLIC HEALTH 43.225 .26.
Atlanta Traffic Court, said In ber 3. Last year 38,850 .25 .
effect, ID a letter to Negro vot.
ers, that a vote for Negro attor. Residents of the Naples area f
ney Donald Hollowell would be can register at the office In
wasted and merely help to re. East Naples Government Cen- Last year 98,750 .63
elect Pye, who has been critlclsed ter, Immokalee reslden's nay I
for handing out stiff sen.tences register with Mrs.Retha ,>w-
TOTAL $1,450,888
to defendants In civil ler at the Collier Corp,',"it Ion \:
rights cases. office In Immokalee. "Mrs'
Birdie Garrett will handle Lest year $1,310,051) 4.26 i',

TIDESHigh registrations In Ever ades at

the Everglades Chamber of .. A new item In the 1964.65 budget listed ai
Commerce office ---
am.Uwam. P,">. GETS WARM WELCOME Rep Charles R Hollev right Republican "land acquisition, building and construction" Is
p.m. 4-42 candidate for governor n h.-r being 1C1't'I'tt-d' 3 *:i3t 11 :!* 3-41
Sept 110:5311:51: 4.31' .>>>:27 of Naples, active Collier County. Republican, on the octa.ioi if ii illt'y'0! $550,000 to purchase public park property north

Sept J H'24: $:11 1:01: visit here Wednesday Roll y who live in St. Petersburg with his of Vanderbilt Beach, and the sale of county propf

Sept ( 12:26 12:10 5:56 Ito wife and four children whore he is a practicing attorney, 1 U the present I no longer used by the county, will be the n
IN-/ paid
7 12.31 12.53 1.33 '7:10: r1.inontx' leader of the lower hotw.' of th' Florida leplatuie
c Ua two fhiiiK mils to Collier County yesterday speaking to a group of source of revenue.

Vdd .n. hour for Marco s / Republicans In Naples in the mon in* and at ImmokaUe In the after- -.....
Add one hour, Naplrt Bay bridge noon after a luncheon speech in Lakeland at noon (MAVS photo) ... .Tll Wlil am 1 ..W.: llll.ii,



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2 lllU: COUNTY NEWS N4'r' rLi;'':? !hf .l, Srpt.,bbJ\ )! 19"rrr : Reds

House Opens I I, They; Offer Real "Red"-Carpet Service I Malaysia Accuses

New Probe Of er Of Starting Race RiotsKUALA

Malax sia trS, the Defense Ministry an"
t (CAP) Prime Minister Tunku his nounced.It brought. to four the numbeiof
(AP) The -. ...." government Abdul Rahman has said decided to im. Indonesians killed since an

t&...... House Committee on Un.Amert. i" pose a state of emergent airborne attack in the Labia
new hear. 105 miles southeast of this
=an Activities opened throughout Malaysia because of area,
student travelers to of Malaysia.The .
Ings on : Is capital
sxMS r arcs .ffi indications that Indonesia pre-
Cui ti today with decorum the ? ; f luring to "mount a big orren.sll'e" ministry said one mem.
Immediate rule. One usually. ber of the security forces was
against this country.
bearded witness even showedup Rahman presided at an emergency killed and another wounded, the
without his beard.In first Malaysian casualties
Cabinet session after high
ontrast to Last year's The government at' <' used
level talks with British Com.
bolsteious, raucous sessions, toiucresae "Communist or Indonesian pro.
monwetlth allies who pledged!
quiet order seemed the hall vocateurs" of trying to incite
military and economic
mark they had set. uw aid following an airborne land. fresh race rioting between Chi.
The ,ommlttee had sought to Ing In Malaya Wednesda bx nese and Malays In Singaporeto
Insure order with some of the divert attention from the air.
about 30 heavily armed Indonesian
strictest security arrangements ft : borne strike.
ever used at the Capitol. There Rahman told a news conference .
"We'll\ give all the help we
BRUCE BOLTON FRANK FALLOW, JR. were more police and U.S. marshals can said the state of emergency togo
Reginald Maudllng,
on the scene than students Into effect Friday Is de.
British chancellor of the ex.
and sympathizers. Three newly graduated girls from the Soviet airline hostess school Vnukovo Airport i.liequeiSecurlt... signed to help the governmentdeal
Before allowing the studentsand stroll by Russian airliners one of which they Mill soon serve. \ forces today killed with Malajslans acting as

Boyce Bolton Takes Over their sympathizers Into the / two more Indonesian para!roop. Indonesian agents
room, the committee filled half Under the emergency, per.
the seats with staff! members sons found In Illegal\ posses
and friends of committeemen :: # : slons of arms and explosives

Chrysler Dealership HereFrank Then It sprinkled U.S. marshals ; Conboy. . would face the death sentence
throughout the other half. Rahman also announced his
The first witness, George (Continued from page 1)) government has asked the U.N
Lue, a New York travel agent cater which is expected to be Security Council to take up
S. Fillon Jr., general ship has returned to the com- testified that Yvonne Bond, ac recorded soon. Then the City what Malaysia lias labeled "na.

manager of Wood Chrysler- pany's general offices In Venice companled by a bearded young Ip' and the defendant developers will ked aggiesIon' by Indonesia.

Plymouth agencies In Naplesand but stated he will visit man, had come to Ills offices In 4a be free to appeal the Judge's de. Asked l I., cUrlfx his warning
Venice has announced the Naples frequently. May to make arrangements fora p clslon to the district court of about a major Invasion by In.

appointment of Bruce Boltonas Bolton Is a former residentof group of 28 to travel to Parts. appeals or the state supreme donesla, Rahman referred to

manager of Wood's Naples Tennessee and brings to Naples Asked If the young\ man with court' the order of President Sukarnoon
dealership. experience In the automo- the beard was In the room, Luke Six lawyers and a NEWS reporter Wednesday canceling all

Fallon who has been personally bile business extending over 20 said, "Yes, but he doesn't have were In the Circuit Court leaves for members of the
his beard," and he pointed to hearing room for thehearhtgthismorning armed forces.
managing the local dealer- years the last 14 years In Florida Present were Walter
clean shaven Morton Slater. This was Indicative of a
Both Miss Bond and Slater had Condon, representtngConboy.and "threat of further landings "
Bolton formerly was a Ford associate Robert McDaniel; City
been subpoenaed to testify be. Rahman told '1'11Ortl'l'S.
dealer In Key West,and recent fore the committee. Attorney David Splngler! Port Sukaino also Is expected to

Ask Probe ly general manager of a Pontiac The students are believed to Royal attorney Earl Falrcloth make an Important statementIn

dealership on the east have traveled to Paris before The Moorings attorney Tom Ber. the next cla01 so on his

coast making their trip to Cuba. They rvhill\ and Bill Stewart, repre. campaign to "uush Malajsla

He Is a member of the KI- reached Cuba June 12 and senting 167 Naples taxpayers :as which lie calls a device to per.

Of wants Club and QuarterbackClub stayed there until Aug. 12. An able hostess should be wa"": ... --...----.. "7. ii r Intervening Falrcloth defendants.received formal con. p petuate British i olonlallsm In

Chicago of Miami a member of beard Slater's seemed lack to of his usual ready for any emergency. Soviet girls( are taught how to serve meals properly, even gratulatlons from other lawyers Southeast Asia.

the Miami Shores Presbyterian der of dress signal a newer Here one practices with oxy- during the most bumpy flights. Comfort and safety are the here on final confirmation of

Church and has been activeIn elers. At last year's for the hearings young trav., It len equipment. twin goals set for these airline hostesses. his 599>vote victory over In.

Bombings The community Boltons work.reside In the was beards blue jeans, and One of the "newest" Ideas the Russians have come up with sounds and looks mach lik cumbent state attorney James general's Kynes for office.the BarryContinued e e .

Kingston Apartments. Mrs. sandals There were some of a Western Idea. It is of using airline hostesses on airline flights, Furthermore. some of Falrcloth, a Miami resident is

Bolton has a degree In nurs- those today but most of the the prettiest Russian lasses are flocking to this new profession. The prospective hostess the first South Floridian to be ( front page 1))
CHICAGO AP young travelers and their trains at a special training center at Vnukovo She learns about the general it Is to the of
( ) Frightened from the of Ken Airport elected to a state office on the help keep peace'
restaurant owners have called ing University friends looked hardly different operation of the airline as well as specific Jobs such as serving meals and how to cope cabinet level. He beat Kynes for the world" he said "To use
for federal action to halt the 21" tucky and St. Anthony HospitalIn from the committee staff people with various emergencies as the official Soviet-source photos above show. Like her the Democratic nomination In military services for politic 01'

year assault on Chicago bus Louisville Ky. They have and the friends across the aisle. American counterparts, she is trained In programs that involve safety and survival tech May and Is unopposed on the November social schemes as this administration
nesses by arsonists and bom. one son, Brian eight years old. Before the first witness testl.) niques used In the air and during emergency landings on land or at sea, ballot. does -Is to drift dose

bers who have caused $2.75 mil. fled, Rep. Edwin E. Willis, D- Judge! Odom heard Condon ar. ?r to war on an ebbing tide of
lion ANOTHER BUSY MAN La., chairman of the commit.tee "
damage. In favor of having his attor. strength.
Laurence Buckmaster executive Fallon Is a past president warned that "noisy bolster Federal Minimum ney's gue fees paid from the special Goldwater said the Repuhll.

director of the Chicago and ((1962-63)) of the St. Peters- ous, untoward tolerated.misconduct" will Probers Say Personal Reasons fund, and listened as Splngler tan party "is the peace party"
not be Law Goes
Illinois Restaurant Association Wage administrationthat
burg Holiday Isles Junior committee's raised arguments against it.Ber.ryhlll "I promise an
appealed directly Wednesday to Chamber of Commerce. He A year ago the added a few citations to will keep the peace," he
student travel to Into Effect Today
Sen. John L. McClellan D-Ark., hearings on back Splngler Condon spoke added, "and keep faith with
head of the Senate Rackets presently Is serving the Jay- Cuba were rocked by angry Made Blackwell Quit Post WASHINGTON (AP-A new up and the Judge said he was fieedom at the same lime! "
cees as state director and local wild and
shouts applause po.
Committee, to reopen hearings federal minimum wage of $1.15 ready to rule He did not shell| out his large! !
lie awarded demonstratorsdown
Into the wave of restaurant at. chaplain. was llcemen tossing Into effect today said that Johnson has used the draft
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Dr. Department, speaking for junior per hour goes With a chuckle the Judge
tai ks. Tpe committee investigated !, the 1964 Junior Chamber the steps.The of 3.6 million work. Jocular for social and politlcalpurlaisee.
called the Cordon Blackwell resigned as colleges, said they knew no covering some he expected to hear the |
an earlier outbreak of Distinguished Service Award committee stu. president of Florida State Unl. drastic faults In the current ad. era who were brought under argument this morning that Stewart But Paul F. Wagner! press secretary .

restaurant fires In 1958. and a life membership In his hearings then had to defied question the State varsity because of personal rea. mlnlstratlve setups a 1 though federal labor standards In 1901. representing 167 defen. said Goldwater was

The latest victim of the ter. club and won the 1964 City of dent who ban travel to cons, and not from any short both agreed that Improvements But the Labor Department es. dents should receive 167 times talking. about administration

rorlsts, Joseph Wllkos, whose Madeira Beach "DistinguishedService Department and had spent on part of their comings In the university sys, probably could and should be timate the law will bring PJ
restaurant was bombed Tues Award." He was also Cuba the Island guestsof tern Itself a legislative subcom. made. raises to only about half &r111o/ i''int' only one-Clientf was asking men rejected' In (pre-lnductiondraft
day night, also called for federal nominated for the "Ten Out- summer the Cuban on government m It tee reported. State Atty. Gen James \lion of these The others are al. for. physic als.

assistance. standing Young Men of Amer- Rep. Phil Ashler of Escambla Kynes taking his Initial plunge ready making at least $1.15. Johnson asked 1 Congress on
The bombing of Wilkos1 res. Labor Department figures Aug. 14 for $10.7 million to
ica" award. His complete biography County subcommittee chairman Into the debate, called for an The help
taurant was the 74th unsolved will In the 1964 reported that Dr. Blackwell' told end to "The battle of press re. the pay raises for about rehabilitate young men who are
bombing or arson fire In the appear Parking. the legislators there had been leases." If there are problemsto 505,000 workers making. less rejected, hy the draft on mental
Chicago area In the last 32 edition of the book "Outstanding " e. some frustrations In his job but be solved In the state educa. than that will Increase their an. or physical grounds.

months. For Wllkos It was the Young Men of America. (Continued from page 1)) that they were not decisive In tlon system they should be nual Income by a total of about Ask Rights The president announced last

third time In three months that Active In civic affairs FallonIs of witch-hunters or troublemakers his leaving the post to return to tackled at the proper place and $115 million an average of April a study of the draft sys. \

one of his chain of restaurants a past scoutmaster) a mem- his alma mater, Furman Unl.verslty In a constructive manner, he about $200.The tern, and said that Inqnlr \
has been bombed. ber of the Elks Lodge Loyal but we realize" these to be its president. said.It hourly Increase from $1 would consider the |iossil>lllt\ of *|

Wllkos, 60, said he telephoned Order of Moose,Clvltanl:Chamber commitments exist. The resignation, effective Feb. does the system harm to primarily affects workers in re. ending Selective Service withina
Rep. Harold Collier, R.111., In of Commerce) Democratic As a side comment the chairman 1. led to a scrap that pitted say that the administration borders tall, service and construction Injunction decade

Washington to ask the FBI to Executive Committee Taxpayers said that buildings already Secretary of State, Tom Adams, on public scandal, Kynes trades. Goldwater said\ rime and
investigate AssoclatlonjandSalesExe- built along Fifth Avenue are against Cov. Farris Bryant. said. Next year, they will step up| lawlessness has mounted under
"When the FBI gets Into cutlve 76 total spaces short of the Adams said the resignation was Ashler, who with Reps. Ossee to the $1.25 minimum that al. the Democrats and he linked

something they get to the bottom Club. present minimum parking requirements a symptom of Ills In the unlver. Fagan of Alachua County and ready covers some 25 million In Dallas that charge with civil rights
of It," he said "I think thatIf During the recent Democratic These buildingswere Ilty system and Bryant leaped R. 0. Mitchell of Leon County American workers. rioting.

they would Investigate, this Gubernatorial Primaries built before off-street I to the defense. conducted the hearing, said he The law taking effect today', a Ala. AP The fie said It Is not the functionof
could be the answer" Fallon was Plnellas County were A statement from Adams was thought that the Board of Con. 1901 amendment to the Fair La. Justice MOBILE ( Is) the federal government tc,
requirements Department asking a
In Washington Collier agreedthe Chairman for Sen. Scott Kelly. presented to the subcommittee trol should stay out of the ad. bor Standards Art, also re. federal court to enjoin a enforce local laws 'But It Is a
stiffened. groupof
situation "has reached a Fallon hopes someday to return Wednesday In which he repeat.ed ministration of the system and quires time and one-hall [pay' Dallas County officials from responsibility of the national

point where the FBI should be to Naples to stay. his belief that universitiesand be a pollcy.setting group only. for overtime beyond 42 hours a allegedly using their positionsto leadership to make sure that It,
In on It." PARKING METERS junior colleges should be However, Culpepper said that week, instead of 44 hours. In and Its spokesmen| and Its SUI'
Local officials planned to Im. Finally, the committee ask- given more autonomy.Dr. under state law the board was encourage segregation porters facilities and
The flags of England, public accommo.
panel a special grand jury todayto ed Council to Install one-hour Broward Culpepper, exec. required to exercise some man. datlons. or Incite the
Investigate vie bombings. France and Spain, in additionto meters alongSlxthSeventh ment functions. FBI breaching of these laws Cold-
that of America have parking utlve director of the Board of are Sikes Wants In a separate suit also filed ,
State's Attorney Daniel P. Ward and Eighth Streets between Control, speaking for unlversl. The subcommittee scheduleda water laid.Cioldwater,
said that Wllkos would be one of flown over Michigan duringits Fourth and Fifth Ave ties, and Dr. James Watten. meeting with the state boardof To Probe PatternOf Wednesday asked the court the to order government eight said Johnson seeks
the first witnesses. history control for Sept 18 at Galnes. "concentration of ,
nues South and along Fifth barger of the State Education Racial Riots eating establishment o w n e r sand power ns at
of Sixth Street. yule announced article of politicalfaith.
Avenue west operators In Selma the
-- .
The committee said It understands WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. Dallas County seat, to admit Goldwater would
said he
I' a supply of meters will Bob Sikes, D.Fla., said Wednesday and serve Negroes on the same move with care In "our task of
be available to be Installed In the FBI should be directedto I, basis and conditions as non-Ne
I I cutting the government down to
these locations after some of NOON ft STOCKS determine whether a pattern gro members of the general size"

them are converted to 30-mln- exists to 'the ugly ra' lal riots"In public "Our economy needs i-tabllit}
New York, New Jerse Illinois The suits were the second and
ute use and placed along Fifth and continuity In government
and PennsUvanU.. third filed by the federal gov.
Avenue between Ninth and Sixth NEW YORK (AP)- Stocks at noun "It Is time to know whetherthe eminent in Alabama under pro. policy," he said.
wNl'e' To aid the and the
Streets later this (fall Allis Chal 20',, Ford 52V Penney 59s, violence ,hid looting are i pan t: vision of the 1964 Civil Rights aged,
needy, he "a thrivingand
Installation of one-hour meters Alcoa 67 Frmst Da 12FreptSul39'% pa RR 3V/a of an organized: n> n spiral ",, Act., The first was In Tuscaloosa promised' ''
In locations not previously Am Air 4tl',. ,. Pep Cola 54 whether 1 Ic", al >n"dlums an, where a number of cafes werei with Its ompasslonate[ handled economj)at

metered downtown Is recommended Am Can 43'',i Frueh Tr 323, Phil Mor 803< % prtn Ilalll, realtattle' i charged with refusing to serve government p.ograms levels lose to the
"In the Immediate Am Cyan 59'iAm Gen Dyn 34i Pht11 Pet 54:]>4 said. Negroes, teorile.

future as being compatible( with Mot 161',. Gen El 85>4 RCA 32>/.

the overall parking plans and AT4T 69>4 Gen Fds 90'',4 Rep SU 46%

immediate needs" the com- Am Tob 36 4 Gen Mills 41 /iGenMtrs97 Revlon 3! 4
Ampx Cp 1634 >,4 Key Tab 4S''4
mittee said. Mrs. Casey Mil
T Anaconda 46 Goodrich 54', StRegP 30""?
ler noted that would be
r meters Armour 48'' 4 Goodjr 441',. Seaboard 12
placed In front of some residences ACL 79"",4 Greyhnd 24 Sears 118'' j

along Sixth Street. Beth Sl1 38'i? Hon'well 12S>4 Sinclair 4t: 4
Bell said the committee view- Boeing 6154 Jut Wary 84>, Socony 79'4 t

ed mete red one-hour parking In Borden 75'iBrunswk Int Nick 781 4 South C 624!

front of these homes as more S14 Int Pap 32'iJonesL Sperry R 14'i'

desirable than unmetered all- Cater Tr 33', 83"",, St Brand 76' .,

day parking which now Is al Celanese 67',, Kill Al 34 StO NJ 84
lowed. Chrysler 58 Ken'cott 86 Studebak j
Coca Col 136 4 Lug II My S33, Swift -3
Com Ed 54', Loch'd 38'',* Texac 80-%

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BEAUTIFULLAKE Nat Cair 804 Westg El 38
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NAPLES, FLORIDA ..art It. K. ft. Ifev ('.. !DF11VKR1 SFHVKE II.\\[)S. t'P.--Gov Nelson Rockefeller, left and ex-<*>*, Thomas Dewey join in victory

OR HE YOUR LOCAL REALTOR I 421 9th SI' No. 111 J S.., Are. "... Ml 2-2051 New hand.ralsing York with Sen. Kenneth B, Keating after the latter had won endorsement of the

l'h..nr 'Ml t.tilt State Republican Party at its New York City convention. KeaUn& won party
IJ nod despite his refusal to support the Goldwater.Miller tickeL

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples. H.. Tfcurtd.y. September 1 !I" 3
2 EvergladesKites

= ics tar! -

ti cJ Ya p Raised

ana At Loxahatchee ;
Capr !
Vanderbilt J3eacl WASHINGTON; lAP) The Vales

Interior Department says two ,
young and very' rare Evergladeskites m GAIL W1SCHELL Phone MI2.5704Gorda

Mary A. Foster MI 1-33(1 were successfully! reared Most of the residents of the and Fort Mycr vacationing
this summer on the Loxa-
Isles of Capri last week before Keith had to return
The reuulai monthh meetlni t the past? Guests at the meeting hatches National Wildlife R.f. spent
..i the Naples Park Area Asso. were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nel. uge in southern Florida. unpacking and getting! ready for to school.
ttlon i was held Thursday even, con of 103rd Avenue, new rest The Fish and Wildlife Service school to hegira Capt. Richard siglei and his
nlg i : of last week. The meet Ing was i I dents In the park. estimated that fewer than 20 of The Ralph I.ucado* arrived family spent the weekend with
fled to order by President Harold ., A warm welcome to Mr. and the kites a member of the home after a summer In Ten the HansoM last week.
R. HUlpl u. The Invocation,, Mrs.Peter Conondesof 105th! Ave. hawk family, were left In the nessee, where they visited The Hanson also had as
the Lord's Prayer was led b y: nut and Sixth Street, also new United States at the start of friends and relatives R.E. their guests last week, Mr.
Mrs. Julia Hulpleu while the i! residents to our area, and former last spring's nesting season. Lucadc, Jr. is attending Naples H'ruon's sister and tirnherlnlw -
salute to the flag was led b y, natives of New Jersey ..,-w About 15 of these summered Junior High School as an Mr. and Mrs Ken I ovlof -
Nestor Aymong. in the absenceof After the meeting Joe Belyea at the Loxahatchee refuge A eighth-grader this HI* and his cousin, Mrs. Marie
the secretary', Mrs. Eleanor, the program chairman, showed t pair was seen at Lake Okeerho-: year.
sister Brook. Mrs. Brooks hay been
Sine, Mrs, Hulpleu was seers.. pictures of the 1963 Swamp Bug." bee to the north. Judy a sophomorethis
to I v pro.tern. gy Days, pictured In black and The birds were successfullyreared year at Florida I Presbyterian fishing in this area since 1;'.i
Once again the association h, white with sound. These films as a result of special College In St. leters- and love to come over r here.
very grateful to these men for, were made by the Florida De. protective measures which In. burg.Mr. During her stay she and Mrs.
cutting the grass, and keeping the,, velopment Commission and have eluded temporarily closing of a and Mrs L.K. howler Loving had the good tonne
grounds looking so lovelyi R.p,, been shown in Popular Bluff portion of the refuge and their daughter Nirrvclose (Ctr was It skllH) a t catch tlxsnook

Boyd, Dan Cleaver, Leo Camp'', Mo.; ElDorado, Ark., Tallahas. f7a, \ The Everglades kite, once friend of trig Lucados, are while trolling:,
bell and Charles Neeas. And a see, Flat Hartford Conn.] and { common over much of Florida, spending a lot of time here on The Earl Kelieys returned
vote of thanks Fresno, Calif., and to date this y became- e when III only food,
to ( the from their Moi ,
Wimpy Johnson, x bland They are from trip to i rist! >wn,
1 film has been viewed by tfl of large snail started
owner of the 1,547 a species
Texaco Gas station Bristol, Tenn., and have rented NJ., to pick up f Hunnle and
900 people and that Is because of drain.
on 94th Avenue who has quite a disappearing
donated an apartment In Naples to Eekte Kelley, who spent! riree
record for little town of
the These gas things for the lawn mower. plea We are our so thankful to Joe; FUN AT THE FAIR I Luel B ine Johnson huge in .n,,ease shone> white, dog l) age\\ater, levels.droughts and fluctuating find out what Florida living U weeks with the \ibei> tlul! sch-

to some, but I may know seem the trivial he always has such Interesting given to her by Wliconun State Fir" official' In M Iwiukee. The seventeen year old daughterof Meantime, the senate passed like.ve certainly hope they mans, part-time resident t of
Jn this area are all grateful people for programs the President enjoyed rides In the amusement area and visited> ( a "i.. 'be' of .siibds., ,' and sent to the White (House a enjoy It as much as the red the "lle*".

all help' received. bill that would pave the way for dents here Sunday morning, I 11M \' and

Fire Commissioner Ed Hall Icy SYMPATHY an additional 4,420 acres to be Vlckl Feldman, who own some
reported on the new pumper, Our deep sympathy is extend.ed added to the Everglades; Nation BACK HOME property( here on the Isles of
bought by the North Naples Fire' to the families of Mr. and GIs Germans Generally See BOIl ita al Park The bill provides thai Mr.and Mrs Everett: J. Ford, Capri, returned. to their hone

Dei*. This Is a Job for the younger Mrs. Peter Kirsebom of 94th the land be transferred to the Sr., have returned home front In Atlan', G3, They spent 'their
men, but It seems the older.: Avenue and Mr.andMrs. William park from the Farmers. Home their vacation The Fordswnt vaeitl here on the li ,1I.d
., Christianson of 105th Avenue on which acquiredIt
men are the ones who are keeping NewsBy to Baltimore Md. visit their and! hop to become reside ;
death of their mother Mr ,to :
; the foreclosure
| ,
through a mortgage\
things going, so If you are able Other's Worst Side Everett here when Mr. I Feidn an -
bodied and want to help out, call Hedwig Odegaard of Naples.Ust Only The property Is within son, J, Ford, Jr., and retires
his family for a week They .
Mr. Halltry at MI 2.4490; he willInstrui week. KKf.R: park boundaries.The .
25th Mr..Dan Clea. then traveled New The L.L. Loaches entertained -
On August bill was Intnxlmed by' to YorkCiry,
t you further. FRA.NKFVRT GermanyAP American community remains Retui'ners can best be emphasized
ver of Vanderbilt Beach, enter. Sen. Holland D. Ma.. N.Y., where they two at their home last Tuesday
Jack the Spessard spent
Sherer reported OctOber ( ) -4 Pick a young soldier separate from the German one. by iajlng.we are sure glad
meeting of the commission.', tamed the following ladles at from among the 250,000 U.S. Theoretically, it is possible fora you are back. In particular we days at .the World's Fair and evening Guests at their din-
ers will tell the tale ofthegrass., cards at her hornet Mrs. Julia troops stationed In Germanyand GI to remain within this feel sure that the majority of the visited the Oaglianos, who own ner and splash party were
(uttlng of the lots In this area Hulpleu Helen Hennlng Louise ask what he thinks of Ger. American community during his boys and girls are happy to be property here on the ..bl..". Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Cupps, Mr
President Hulpleu said a sign has! Juliano, Charlotte Halllcy.Hel.mans. He may reply that they entire tour of duty here While returning to their classrooms BurneyWord From New York they went to and! Mrs. John Schlot/, Mr.
been erected on Vanderbilt en Campbell and Necas are rude and loud, drive their the American facilities prevent Monday Is Labor Day, and Ardmore and NorrUtown, 1'a., and! Mrs.Cllfford Nelson,Nancy
Beach, letting the public know It Leo Campbell of 103rd Ave':cars too fast and try to cheat overcrowding of German areas again let us remind you to rt) has been received hereof where they visited relative Meltzer, and Uosemary beach,
Is unlawful to drive your car on| nue the Civil Defense dl rec.Americans out of their last pen. they are not conducive to mix. the Stars and Stripes Many bUM tho death In a New Oilcans and forme i neighbors. On their
the beach. This Is to protect the tor for this ar.a. is a very 111 ing with the population.How iness places will be closed as hospital on Wednesday of Ko FOLLO\vED"CLCO"
residents and visitors alike, as man, and a patient In the Nap. ny.A German civilian's assess. then do they make con. well as the post office.Those who bert E. Burney, age 71, a resl. way home, they stoprwd in Miami '
les Community Hospital. Do send dent of the Isles of Capri and to visit their daughter, Capt. and Mrs. I aui Win-
there have been many cases ment of a GI will tend to be tacts? have lock boxes will receive their
where people driving cars and j him a message of cheer, and let equally uncomplimentary. There's always the young ba. first class mall by 10:30a.m.; the a retired official of the U.S. son-in-law, and more of their chell and daughters, I Peggy ai
Jeeps have run over personal him know we are thinking of him, Officially this comes under chelor who seeks amusement off dispatch as usual will leave Bonl. Maritime Commission, grandchildren. They arrived Gall, visited Miami Thursday:
property| and many pairs of eye., and hope he will soon be home. the heading of German-Ameri the base. Often he'll head for a ta at S p.m. There will be no rur. Prior to his retirement he had home with their grandson, morning. shortly after llurrlc -
glasses have been broken while School has been open for four can relations and officially tavern where the barmen and al delivery. seen 30 years of service with Steven Davis, who will spend nc Cleo They went to Miami
their owners are enjoying. the days now. For some this Is their there 1* no problem. The poll B-glrls are ready for him. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Drewes the commission serving In both some time with his grandparents to bring their daughter
Gulf. first experience, filled with won. ties of 'both countries call for Since draftees range In age have returned to their home In the this country and aboa rd.I ilia death here on the "Isle", Joanne home after her five-
It has been brought up at the der and awe at the big building friendly contact between civilians from 18 to 23, the young man is NuttlnE.Llk.lt Grove, after spend. followed a long illness Also vacationing last week week vacation with her grandparents -
board of directors and all the other children; and GIs.Usually Ing several weeks In New Jersey Born in Macon Ga., he had
meeting to and probably Ill-equipped to cope were Lt. Col. and Mrs. t.L.: Mr. and Mrs. t>JI.
buy some floor fans for the as. others are happy to return to the GI and the Ger. with a smoothly running clip with their daughters,Mildred and made his home in New Orleansfor Incited.. Joanne and her
The GltUndj
sorlatlon building. These are bad. school after a long hot summer. man come In contact only with Joint. That a German would get Jean, and other old time friends many years, moving to the Cllland. spenta
So please watch those school Gertrude Tomford of Rio Isles of Capri a year ago. week in Tampa with .their grandparents arrived home just
ly needed, and should not receive the other's worst side. Add Ian. clipped here too is a small con. Mrs
any opposition. crossings, so those little tykes guage difficulties and differ solatlon. Vista Estates on the Imperialwere Survivors include his wlfeSu. daughter, son-in-law, and In time to put up storm ihnt-

Member of the month was Wal. who ]just started school, will fin. ences in custom and you end up Even worse off Is the married with thorn on the trip, and zanne Durney, and twodau hters, grandson, Mr, and Mrs. U.H. ters hefare "Cleo" made her
ter Doehrlng. Ish It. with a problem. soldier who Is not eligible to visited with her son in Allen. Mrs. Jack Grayson of New Or. LaHrenz and son, Maik. They ent! ranee They were happy to
A soldier recently wrote a house his family In government town, Pa.Sunday. leans and Mrs. Owen Elliot of also spent three days with Col. report that .they had little damage -
CAKE TIME SOON WELL DONE, HELEN long letter to an American quarters. U he brings them September 6, from Islington, Ontario Canada. and Mrs, E.D.McCracklnatSt. is a result of the ;term
This may sound a little early Wonder how many folks listento newspaper complaining about overseas, he has to find a place four to six In the American Leg. He also leaves lour grand. Petersburg! leach, before returning Cr.Johns. hashish of Tampa
but soon we shall be taking orders Helen Baroni on the noon German rudeness and disrespect to live In German areas. ion Home lust off the Beach Road, children. hoax spent several days fishing) and
for our annual fruit cakes. I am program from her restaurant.If toward GIs. He said: He runs Into a seller's mark.et. is the time and the place for the Funeral services will be heldat Mr and Mrs. Klchard Larson boating! out of the hies of Capri
will be most a vote of thanks Is ever offer I with short. T Bone Steak dinner. Adult donation the Macon Memorial Chapel,
and in
again chairlady, "When /have a guest. my Furnished places I I
ed to a citizen for the Friday September 4 with burialin and sons, Keith and Kurt, Fiitilnjj I: Lodge. .
boosting ,
grateful for all the help I can house I try Jo treat him with a term leases are scarce in Eu. Is $1.75 and children under ,
city of Naples It should to the family plot In Macon, Ga. spent several day In Punta Fishing out of the Isle of
get. Soon we shall call on you for go certain'consideration as I ex. rope. twelve $1.00. Reservations must
your order. Won't you help us Helen, as she sure boosts our pect him to treat me but I'll Landlords charge all the Iraf. be made in advance, and tickets Capri fishing Lod e last ;Sunday -
again this year as you have In community. Wish we had more be damned .U It can be all-one fie will bear and what he secured from any member of the nxirnlnj, Ira Day of Naples -
people like her. sided gets probably is Inferior to what post or auxiliary and MU Manuel, a school
Mr, and Mrs. R.P. Boyd of On the same day a German he had at home but he pays 1: v ..M tea'clier' from Miami, <'aught
101st Avenue had as guests for a newspaper columnist enumerat.ed more for it. He finds little con. LIBRARY MEET their limit of snook and l released -
Grocers Feature
few days last week, Mr. and fruitless attempts by one resIdent solation In the fact that the sit- The Board of Directors of the two They also caught
Cookout Fare Mrs. Carroll Graves with sons tp get Introduced to an uatlon near Army bases within Bonita Springs Free Public Library about 1$ snapper and a ilx-
Marvin and Charles of Paducah. American military family with the United States Is similar Association Inc. held their pound flounder.

For Labor DayBy Ky. whom he could meet socially. There are exceptions. Some August meeting Monday after : ",\ This year there are 18 ,:ru-
Mrs. Ethel Belyea of 102nd "Why doesn't the guy Just soldiers meet Germans with noon In the Library Building.
den here the 1 Island -
on attending
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Avenue Is presently enjoying a walk up to a serviceman on the whom they become good The group welcomed the arrival .
The nation's groceries are tea visit with her daughter Joan and street and ask him to his home friends. Army officials say the of a 24-volume set of the schools In Naples, and
turing cookout and sandwich family In Whitman Mass for supper?" asked a GI when longer a GI stays the more he Encyclopedia Brlttanlca, a gift L two In college: In St. Petersburg -
tare for Labor Day outings this Mrs. Frank Bacorn of 101st shown the article. gets used to the foreign country. from their Fort Myers Beach -' here are IT studentswho
weekend.For Avenue Is visiting with her ill "What? Without an IntroduCe friends, for which they express rel ( ride the school bus
the grill, offei"Ings Include mother In Parkersburg W. Va. tion?" countered a German.As sincere thanks. ,. ( t The bookmobile wll be.t
ground beef, broiler-fryer and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Walk. al' result of the column the Camera Hugs May Also displayed were two mem. ., :1dv \ the same place, at the .acne
spare ribs. er of 94th Avenue enjoyed a tripto German! was invited to an orlal volumes, one to the memo time, Wednesday, September
For sandwiches special at. Tampa last Saturday where American social function. Get Frozen Tuna ory of the late Josephine Wana. 'end.
tractions include hams, smoked they met their grandson, Bill I Most soldiers and dependentslive gas, entitled "Tribute to John F.
butts, bacon and cold cuts.Hams Collier, son of their daughterand In a world of their own. ASTORIA, Ore. (CAP) Tour Kennedy" donated by Miss Vir. .
at 35 centsa son.In.law Mr. and Mrs. ists who stop at Pier 2 In this .
are selling When the Army first marched ginia Middleton; and another from Reinstate Dade
pound for shank ends in the William Collier of Rockvllle, Md. into the war-shattered country, commercial fishing renter may the American Legion John Mur.
Northeastern outlets of one Young Bill will enter Edison it brought everything It needed end up with frozen tuna In their phy Post No. 303 Auxiliary to the Teacher 59 Who
chain. Junior College at the fall sem. for daily survival, U.S. living hands. memory of the late Mrs. Ger. ,
West Coast prices for both ester, and will make his home areas were surrounded by If the visitor Is carrying a trude Bellendorf,entitled "Water (Kissed 2 Girls

beef and pork are up stronglyat with his grandparents while go. barbed wire and official policy camera, he Is Invited to have Color, Happy Median, "bySchlm. MIAMI AP) Willard CChlnn
wholesale while East Coast ing to school. mel. Theselwovnluuveaddmat. (
forbade fraternization. his picture taken with a fancy Y C9 suspended six months
prices tend to be lower than a Many thanks for your articles Most' of the living quartersare fish. Workers at the pier say no erlally to our shelf of memorial r, ago for kissing" two klxth-trade
week ago for most categories this week. So until next time, still around. The barbed one yet has turned down the volumes ,,-"< girls In thin school where he
Among fresh vegetables, main may the Good Lord watch over wire Is gone but a self.sufficlent suggestion. Another "first for the Ii. 1, taught for 17 years, Wall rein.
attractions include cabbage, car all of you and keep you well. brary is the tponsotlig of the a Htatad by the Dade County
rots, celery, eggplant, lettuce, Powder Puff League at Pine jh School Board Wednesday
onions, potatoes, tomatoes, Ig (f ;rAmefLc[ ijJ1 Lanes each Friday morning at .r t v Chinn, a teacher for 37 years
fresh sweet corn and squash. 9:30: a,m. The Captain is Mrs and at Palm Sprints Elemen.
Best fruit offerings include Scott Fraley. Others on the team tary School for the past 17, con.
apples, cantaloupes, grapes, Include Mesdames John Viking, tended that when he kissed the
peaches and pears, plums, Food Value in White Bread ? Edith Anderson, Millie Collins PAST UPDATEDDane, B.ke model new hat youngsters lie had lost ':ontrolof

prunes and honeydew melons. ; and Virginia Clark bated on s 19th century London policemen helmet' Themustard his behavior because of an
by Gaynor Maddox, Newspaper Enterprise Assn.Q The circulation for July was colored felt with, vlior brim has contr.iting them overdose of a tranquilUer

-Isn't It true that the white bread In supermarket 738, which far exceeds the previous ,
perlod.Attendlng this
TrinityVomen d has no food value? meet.
lug were MeadamesOdella Mark

Make Plans For A-Many people still cling to the belief that white bread off, Dorothy Whitman Wendy
and white flour are unfit for human consumption accordingto Welsh, lIarrlett Setdlell,MUjred p1INVEST
Annual Bazaar Dr Elizabeth Munves, Nutritionist New York University Rlrrl, Virginia Clark, Rae Wear 6 6 70
Co-chairmen Mrs. George That is not so Most white bread and flour In this country has and Miss Virginia Middleton aid

Powell and Mrs. Ralph Davis have a been enriched because it appeared impossible to change food Wallace Craig. YOUR SAVINGS
announced that plans for the habits of Americans who prefer white bread.
Trlnlty.by.the.Cove Bazaar to be By replacing the iron niacin, thiamine and riboflavin Unuiual; when 'ninned, . taw!
held on November 17 are through the enrichment process, white bread becomes a very 'JII'J'.IIhk i progressing.Mrs. nutritious food she explains. 1,111, .and' I d'"' O.n' EARN 6% INTERESTPaid
Holland Salley, chair. ';\\1. I ""
man of the White Elephant table, 1 a Q-Iin't blackstrap molasses far more wholesome than ,ik' rl
has asked that all churchwomenand sugar? 1\1 , 1

friends who may have articles A-No. In their excellent "Modern Diet and Nutrition,' Dr Semi-Annually
for the White Elephant to hold Henrietta Fleck and Dr, Elizabeth Munves, both of New York .

them Mrs. 'til Salley bazaar will time be assisted possible.by lq University state: '64 CdM"EtsWHIN 25,000.00 Bond Issueby

Mrs. Richard P.ttman, Mrs. Phil "This thick dark syrup represent the leavings of sugar
manufacture. It is not the excellent source of iron copper
Smith Mrs. Fred Schick and
co-chairman, Mrs. G.E. Carrol. and B vitamins that faddists proclaim It to be. The iron pres. tHEY GOTTACO
Another attraction at the annual ent comes from contact with factory machinery and the cal
clum from the lime water used in processing:' THiyGOttAtJOJ
bazaar Is theSurprlse table.

-B.* P.rle '
man, has announced that all items The <} towns<< nil 1M 'in '
li a newsboy who makes hisIndiifiipoln R con M ae gulls clear
may brought to the church hall NAPLES
where preparations have been neighborhood' take. FLY the decks "f the fa rrmamin C CThe.

made to receive them These notice, as ho makes hit deliver. ; MIAMI (, brand n.. IIIfII Com t.at NEW LOCATION SEAGATE DRIVE

should be new items with a mini lot on a unfcyde.' Ho mastered SOUR prifro 2-).tr
mum value of 50 cents, and it the conveyance a short time arrinty or 21000 miles
would be greatly appreciated U New Year Round Daily Schedule up U 37' months la pay, .. are First Mortgage Bonds In Denomination ., $1,000,
they were gift wrapped. $500, and $250.00 Maturing from 1 to 14 W yean. I

Title Companyof Naples To Miami Issue date: June L 1964

DEATHS Naples 7.45 AM II :30 AM. 345PM.:

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) ABSTRACTS ESCEOWgPcppard MUmi To Naples

the Marion 19th Woltman century ,author 87, widow, states.of -'Bldf.$ 900AM: 2:15 P.M. 500PM. PAYING AGENT: THE BANK OF NAPLESIN

man and orator Ignatius Don. en Flftla Ave, Be.IL Cessertieea aM RfMr-stfeiu U say polat I I. the weld
nelly, died Tuesday. Collier County
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Gale 6 5 theatrical characterwho
(Mee. Nsplts Air,.,. CexevrM I Miaul AlrpertMl MotorsInc.
discovered the celebrated"Ink 9i tee.ta .
Spots' quartet and devel. ... 4 > J..Jm' NE Mill Ttmtumt Information Call: MI 2-6756:> or MI 27350I
oped the Savoy and Roseland qty Ticket office Naples' Travel Agexj 4 Cenwt Trail.
ballrooms died Tuesday. ill.I



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Best Peace Insurance?

bt islllart OM ?a, Nt\tJ 1 j' Tough Attitude by U.S.BY .


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

I The Grass Actually IS Greener On This SideWe "-WASHINGTON-- -IN EA>-A Central Intelligence Agency

study seems to conclude the greatest risk of nuclear war in

the years ahead may come from U.S. actions which convinceSO

have that the let leaders we lack determination In I crisis.
long and death in Berlin and barbed
strip The Willard Matthias of the CIA Board of National
Berlin Wall is the free world's best "sales wire, mined fields and guards elsewhere Estimates study by says:

gimmick," which is another way of say along the East-West border 1 While it is most unlikely that Soviet leaders will chooseto

ing proof of product, point of sale display / \. carry out actions they know to carry a high risk of general
A not to come by . .
such knowledge is easy
or whatever expression is currently Of these, fully 75 per cent were / ( fr ,,1/ Gp.O.J1 .\.. war'In this age of mobile striking forces and hardened missile

being used by the Madison Avenue under 25 years of age and 1,633 of them \ E. sites it does not appear possible to build a nuclear force

brethren to Indicate sales aids. were serving with the East German \ \ capable of destroying an enemy's capabilities and simultaneously -
protecting oneself . .
If a country has to build a wall to "People's Police" or army when they fled. .- "L H'n extremely large numbers of hlgh-cost weapons
would protlde no assurance of victory or even survival. Thus,
prevent its population from taking off During this same period, the numberof J,y if there Is any valid and rational concept today upon whichto

like a herd of buffalo for someplace else persons killed attempting to cross the develop or measure a strategic military force It Is that of

then it seems certain that all deterrence
line was 105 53 In Berlin and 52 find rule for determining that a
"But one cannot any
not and that
peaches In
cream country. at other points along the edge of the stated level of force will deter and that another will not"
What better proof could one ask that the Iron Curtain. Deterrence depends. says Matthias in very considerable

communist system is not worth the 7 \ measure on how the enemy sizes up the determination and

powder and lead to blow it to China? If those aren't prime selling points r will of his opponent.

let's look at the facts for the free world and democracy then THE MATTIIIAS STUDY GIVES AN EXA1\IPl.E-how the

some great changes have recently been United' States by seeming to be afraid of a confrontation, set

Between August 13, 1961 when the made in selling techniques. Instead of the stage for the Cuban missile crisis of 1962
Berlin Wall erected and 31 Says this CIA paper:
was July trying to tear down the Wall, as some 'In the international atmosphere of early 1962. when the

1964, exactly 140,853 former East Germans suggest, West Berlin should insist thatit Cuban move was planned the Soviet leaders were still riding
applied for residence in West Germany high and the United States probably appeared to them to be
be where it is After all, when

These figures have just been released hundreds of people think so highly ofa uncertain"The! United and cautious Mates had chosen not to run the political

by the Federal Republic's Ministryfor place that they're willing to risk deathto risks necessary to sate the Bay of rigs expedition. The
the erection of the Berlin Wall
Refugee Affairs United States had accepted
get there that's proof positive that with little more than verbal rotechnicl. And the United

Of this number, the largest group is the place actually has much greener grasson IlUi2R/ Mates! had accepted the neutralist solution In Laos.
composed of who happened to its side of the fence. --+ 'U.S. statements on Cuba conveyed an air of uncertainty
persons 'In military planning despite substantially increased programs
be on the western side when the Wall At least, that's one way to look at it. of missile deployment the United States was advocat-

went up and chose not to go back. Others ing a greater conventional capability and a counter.insur

are those who have been permitted -- LATE NEWS FROM e . . gency Thus program, it probably appeared to the Soviets that the diplomatic -

I by the Communist authorities to join their The Best of BoyleBY and military stance of the United States was that of a

families In West Germany . Remember WashingtonWASHINGTON power seeking to avoid confrontation and fearful of its consequences -
HAL BOYLE and therefore a power which could be subjectedto
to Kr ;ihlrr! e . . . . ea . a series of setbacks without high risks"THE
A third group totalling 19,705 I
Is composed of persons who succeededin NEW YORK AP-It'a time,, cret. Don't breathe a word of It
( ate louse
conferees hive
of 1962 convinced Soviet leaders we did mean
"WILL B8OPBN for doubWalk to any living soul." I'll tell crisis
escaping to the West despite the Wall another drill. agreed on an appropriation bill
)h them first myself business, Matthias says lie thinks that will stand the United
TO OCT 3 Double-talk will Is,
you recall, i ,
to finance a tlvltles of the We) States in stead for a little while.
"It Is Indeed
a pleasure
the art of ,
saying one whileyou're
thinking the thing Jones, to hand you this gold pin fare and Lahor Detriments Rut he says there will be other times and other places In
opposite. during the fiscal vear that read lack of will In
Double-talk Is the cement that In honor of your 25 years of which Soviet leaders could again a power
loyal service to the firm. Keepup started June 30. U,S. actions. This could lead to trouble.
others society together It Is the .
I The approximately $7 billion
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS basis of polite conversation the good work. Where's he bill was cleared Wednes. This study has the "general approval" of the CIA Board of
everywhere and of course In an been hiding? I thought I told the day money with House action expected National Estimates, "though no attempt has been made to

election year we simply couldn'tdo personnel manager to fire this later In the week reach complete agreement on every point"The
without It, dummy 20 years ago
The biggest Item Is $6.4 billion
Her are a few typical ex., "Yeah he did a good job on for the Welfare Department,
your dentures. look
amplest They real
Including $2,780,000,000 for
"No Gerald I'm not the least rural. They'd look evenre
grants to the states for public World
bit sleepy" If this bore doesn't natural on a Shetland assistance. TodayBy
TAToo I NG to home soon, I'm going to pom WASHINGTON (AP) Pro. JAMES MARLOWE
yawn right In his big fat face. i Jed managers of the Nimbus
Aatocloted Prois Now AnelyitWASHINGTON
"Some men say a woman weather satellite say they are
doesn't really become attractive amazed that its pictures of the
until she's 30." But oh, how I I earth are so clear. (AP) The kept| him away from his job In
wish 1 was 29 again +: The satellite's remarkable top candidates In the 19C4 politl the Senate quite a lot.
"We want to keep this cam. editor performance was descried at a cal campaign whlc h gets rollingby Miller was elected chairman
\. palgn on a high level. There'llbe news conference Wednesday at next week are In some waysa of the Kepulillcun National
no mudslinging on our the National Aeronautics and study In extreme ontrjst. Committee In 1901. Thin took a
part. Besides my opponenthas IS THERE A REASON? Space Administration's Goddard The two top lJI'mo'rati more mud to throw than I Editor Collier County News: Space Flight Center, dilates President Johnson conferring which meant time
Fifteen years from now people that might otherwise have l been
(Harry Press, Nimbus project and his vice presidential run.
do."But officer I know I couldn't will be asking why provision was manager, said that the satel. nlug-mate, Sen. llulwrt II. Hum devoted fully to a congress,
have been going 69 miles an not made to continue Gulf Shore lite's elliptical| orbit Insteadof phrey of Minnesota both man's chores
1 hour." 1 was doing 70 at least Boulevard across Moorings Passso a planned circular orbit panted for the presidency But the traveling, "llPp'h.| I,
"This Is one party platformthat that it would be a continuous "has not damaged the satellite's Doth tried for it In 10GO but making, meeting Kepulillci.ns
will be carried out." Car. street along the Gulf mission substantially We are were squeezed out by John F. around the country and tourer
Perhaps there Is some good ring with the J
/ rled out and burled. quite pleased with our ability to Kennedy.The .
"Cant't I cut you another sliceof reason why such provision Is not recover from the unplanned two top Republican randl. ers were a big :help: tnGoldwit.: 7
meat, old boy?" The way this being made. orbit and meet most of the mis. Ides Sere. Barry Goldwaterof er and Miller I when the conven.
guy puts down the groceries, slon objectives." Arizona, trying for the presl. lion delegates picket) their can.
maybe It'd be simpler just to George McBurney The satellite was launched den y, and his vice presidential did ttes.Humphrey. I
wrao up the roast and let him Interested Visitor last Friday from VandenbergAir paltrier, Rep. William E. Millerof was elected by
take it home. From Alabama Force Base, Cailf. New York talked of no am. Senate Democrats as their as.
"Mpoel I don't how billon for the slstant leader In, 1901. That kept
see you WASHINGTON (AP) The top jobs at all.
ever got the Idea your legs are proportion of the Gross National Until January 19C4 Goldwater him busy staying close to the
too slim" Of course, they would QUICK QUIZ Product spent on public welfarehas insisted'I he was not seeking the Semite and Its work, with all the
look better on a canary. remained stable over the resident and only wanted re- detail and maneuvering that
"You're just the kind of man past 15 years, even though the election to the Senate means.
we need In public life, Jim. I'll Q-What color is sunlight amount of money spent has Miller, in Congress since 911 Humphrey mule some
be glad to lend you my sup A-Sunlight is white, com grown tremendously, the Wel. had announced some time be. speeches, around the country hut
v port." Just I you don't ask me posed of all the colors of the fare Administration said. The fore the Republicans In July nothing on the Goldwater scale

to lend ym my financial sup spectrum. proportion, a study Issued tapped' I him for the No. 2 place and his job as assistant leader
port. Wednesday said, has stayed at on their ticket that he was not tied him clown so much he had
G "His life has always been an Q-Which of the constellations nine tenths of one per cent, In even going! to run for re-election to make some speeches[ on talll[
tuec c open book." And every page Is covers the largest area 1963, public assistance t'Xlllndl. to the!! House this year. recorders or by telephone
as empty as his head 'in the sky* tures exceeded $4 billion mere is another deep differ hooked to loudspeakers[ .
"Oh, I didn't know you were A-Hydra is the most ex. erne between the two pairs, a From the time he became
trying to park in this space pensive, stretching one-third ----a-AR-aS- difference something like that vice president In 1901 until he
too Beat you to It, didn't I, of the way around the heavens between storekeepers. and trav. moved Into the "president' last
wise Buy' cling salesmen November Johnson was a good
"So some guy are sailors ind like ship . ." "f\ow. remember It's a se. HV II.XL ( ()( IIR.\ will ambassador for President
In 1959, Goldwater, who had
John F, Kennedy This required
I It would be wonderful if then been In the Senate six and
real hard work and worry years, was chosen to be chair traveling speechmaking
Public $.f.'lc. Mogotln __ SPAR NIT EFT brought a person success if man of the Republl anV Sena. And he has managed to get In
l some speeches sin e becoming
IOTA E.IVA.PEA ulcers didn't come with it torlal Campaign Committee President.

TOES WLI.DING t whose job was to help Republl. From 1953 until 19CO-f I rst as

Soviet School Retreat ACROSS 31 rl..h E R N t .. 5 E C . With i w' onif n there IS ans stay In the Senate or get leader of Senate Democratswhen
t Kmdsal led,,, SAP A much/ to be said on both elected to It. they were In a minority,
.. . 9' E.
MOICOW'I announcement that I lelf-e.teem-were moving In the I bran 3:1: LsMulunr sides of any/ question. This kept[ Goldwater on the then as their majority leader for
year opposite J i llu '. Hllv G 0 C. R Eo I N C Eo Eo R road f ontlnuously dashing
Is to be cut off the 11-yeir system of direction. They were strengthenIng >r :3J, hM IlIdlllI six years Johnson had his
primary and ichool education adopted education In mathematics and sci- I'rt'r111.; tree U N I 'I t R St. DIG I around the country making hands full running the Senate.
An Ohio man gave a case of speeches with
In 1958 marks I major retreat from one ence to "catch up" with supposed priorities niothrr :35liieu, M t MO. M Eo N. . bourbon to a man who rented Republican conferring This kept| him home.
i 11 I .\.1 40 Hht'u.lllkt.llur politicians, Yet these two of In
pairs men
of the mOlt Important reforms Premier in Soviet training.
: .. h OT. ORA\. 1959 until he went after the
Khrushchev has Imposed on Soviet Readers of the Russian have monkfM J y, directly opposite ways, built up
society known for several years of press widespread lonnn.ind 43: Notion C 0 rot T A 0 \L MII.. N t r Republican presidential noml. their political power and their

Six years ago Mr. Khrushchev argued dissatisfaction with the Khrushchev 13 Snare 44 He Indebted A CEo. A G tAR N t nation this:year standing In the country so thor.

that the then existing Soviet school system educational reform. The need to combine It 14 I I.lon'l BreaUulfooili halt 45, jap purge I D A w. DAD I D Eo Eo K 'tea He 400 made speeches'rhaps an averageof Thispeople oughly that they got their per.lies' .
was too academically oriented, thatit Industrial training with academic $ \lounlalii a year. nominations I
turned out "loafers" who expressed education has apparently tended often pool 1 SOLUTION Of TISTIRDAY Mill
17 M.ule A him house In' it and
47etrthe- a ing up
"lordly contempt for labor" rather than to defeat both-to produce graduateswho
IIIt.I.ll less 4. ( atklnJ i.tllo! drinking it down.Youngsters his slx-room, $18,200 home In
training Industrious and competent were, In cases, neither well-
the New
19 Spread to !Separation ocher York City borough of
48 Gtr
workers for the Soviet economy. His trained workers nor adequately; educated do Queens.
dr\' 10 I
"solution" was to add a heavy dose of for university training 20 Marihv' 44 God row of'\love 6 in Roman measures ivpc like climbing / , in thenews Civil Court Judge Maurice
vocational training and actual on-the- The scheme's failure has now been crrtk' 1. Rramli road 16 Cheese roses seldom I grow Wahl ruled that Malcolm -

Job experience to the school curriculum.To recognized and appropriate action taken, 24 \riupli :2 list,,,; T Predicts 18 I tm"h.h mid if properly trained whose real name Is Malcolm X.
do this, the old 10-year training but, characteristically the role of Pre- :27 (IVuiih ahbr 8. Turk 21 One Little lost Ms right to the
period was lengthened and actual workin mier Khrushchev In forcing these unwise 29 \iwrtrd 3. olrVrr! addressed home when he left the Muslimsto
Rill of fare . . . . . . . .
factories and other enterprises, two changes in Soviet education passes 11 Not at LOS \ form his own cult.
days a week, became a normal part of unmentioned. The men who manage home COLLIER COUNTY NEWS b, Baker vacationing) Bob. WASHINGTON (AP) War.
Soviet discussion In the Soviet Union I l J S S 10 In South.
secondary education Ironically, public 4/ 7/
J3pplN: IIe . era California ren Eckstein Is only 4, but he
all this Russian reorientation took placeat understand, after all, the point at which -Pubh.htr says he may
can stand to President John.
24 Public
? : q an THOMAS HAVER. Attoeittt Editor move to Los Angeles to practiceThe up
the very Urn that many United States "Bolshevik criticism and selfcrlUclsm"must
nouncementaI MARSHALL WYATT Ad*, Mn.|ir law son quite well.Johnson .
schools-under the shock the first Soviet give to discretion. Tht New
way IS sd :2S I Haw All CRT OPOLKA. Mtcll Supt controversial former seo noticed the little boy
sputniks delivered to this nation's York Times 0 H rtath DAVID HERMANSON Cire Olrtctor rotary to the Senate's Demo. standing beside his father. Otto

i 7 I' ; 26 Beha\e MRS LOUISE DAUB. Olfct, Mgr. critic majority declined any Eckstein at a ceremony In

. The Dome 28 Juil Published I dally: arc.pt Monday comment Wednesday In the lat. which Eckstein was sworn In asa
Stately ::0': ::0 if 11 l' U 1I end SMurday. ,In th* .Atrnoon by
% punishment the Cellist Publ.thm. Co est allegation leveled against member of the Council of Ceo.;
Sinn 1121 the Ice cream con has tIThll month it supposed to be the Ice If lS I. fl7 4 30 Surpass Ino. Ml ... ::'hnrv.: south. H,: Mm by Sen John J. Williams, nomic Advisers Wednesday The
been taking licking In the District of cream cone's 60th anniversary, It having / 34 Fagltstune ,plea. 1137.TNephone Flo ., DM0. Moil oddrox P. Oox R-Del. The senator has chargedthat President admired the boy'

Columbia In another sense It has not been invented by a Syrian concessionaire : If .J : / 36 Eng Midway. .1101 for all an illegal contribution to new blue and gray striped blaz.r .
been taking a licking for sine 1821 It m3 lrolle\. deport..nl. the Democratic campaign In coat.
W M. Hamwl, during I dish shortage . .
hat been banned under I law barring Jl 0 JJ Jf 0' Z 37 Hrb 1960 was made by Matthew H. "That's t pretty fancy coat
sale of solid milk products smaller than at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition : month Subscription RotM McCloskey Jr., the builder of a you have there," the President
half I pint. In SL Louis In 1904. Thus was necessity %- 0 Jr 3. 3, 76 rf 38 Roman odvonco By corner or moil, payoblo 'In Washington, D.C., sports stadIum said "How about lending It to

Had the law been enforced, the repercussion the mother of Invention.And ., fiddler Ono rear 115 Six Month 17.50. and that the money was meT*
might have been vast Revo- now Congress, like fabled Kubla .Q. fl 4y 39 Preiiei Thrto Month 13.7$, funneled through Baker Warren paused briefly, then I
have occurred for less witness Khan, this stately pletiure dome decreed Mtmbor of The Aitociotod, P...., replied "No."
lutions 41 41 410 (leather ..h,en tt ontitlod oiclutivoly' to the NEW YORK (AP) MalcolmX
Marl Antoinette's cake But Congress, Might not the august body next / 4d(I Stripling ".. for ropubiicotion of oil local' the militant Negro leader After the ceremony Johnson I
that guardian of the old order of things, come up, In an election year with someway 4' 4' of' 41 XenctitUun4J welt fiawt o Homo> oil printed AP n...In. this diipetcho., paper 01 who quit the Black Muslims paused by Warren and said:
has finally repealed the snti-lce-cresjn- to keep the bottom of the coo OpenworkPor m/aOHiN .."".' .t earlier this year, was orderedby "Now you consider thai, and, if 1
COD law. All will soon be well from getting soggy?-Boston Globe hint, 24 mln' ar'""5w5o "n. fabric in ands* Act *l March itNalass' '. Florida' a judge Wednesday to vacate you decide youll lend ma the j
; J. JI97 coat, you get in touch with me."



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CCLLllR LU . "I m v, 'j Srpmr' 'L., i t5 5

Chamber Pushing Buggy Days --

Dirtiest Race In The World 'f' . Claim Scuba Diving Pilots I

(Ed. note The i iol6 \\mg ,news release, prepared by the Swamp buggies, for the uninitiated -
local Chamber ol C.mmeice. was distributed this week to are specially designed Planes
I 750 news mediums, primarfll newspapers, throughout the home-made vehicles built Mav Have Bends In
nation Dave Pfaff
executive vice president theChamber, by hunters for reaching remote - -- - - -
Hid the release Is just one of several ways In which the afflicted wh ' '.
camps In the BigCypress area. OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. come so < n i ''Cup
BUllY Days are promoted b the Chamber. ,,,.,,
> ) They move at a turtle's pace lAF>-A small airplane clearedthe in an aircraft too s nr i

NAPLES,Fla. -Indianapolis Swamp Buggy King,even If there but short of fording deep rivers end of I Hi! airport runway, Scientists at the hJ,I
hat ins 600. Louisville its Ken are fat purses.as high as $2, get the hunters in and out of climbing spills The altimeter lion Agency's aeroumwllt,., il r.).
tucky Derby. And Naples Its 500 total..at the end of the some of the most Impassable Indicator rotated slowlj l as the March center here 1 thrr'" is
A air. very real danger< "'W i I' I .Ui'
tinnose of the
pilot pointed
Swamp Buggy! Scramble.But series of muddy races But country In the world. And In craft Into a dim I,. did posslbh) blacks,_ ""it and
ne' er the twain shall swamp buggy men are a breed the Scramble they sling mud death.
and two
The 1,11111, his wife
meet, for while they're al unto themselves, and each year over their drivers, and the children had been enjoying a One well known law .if 1"1'1.'
races, beyond that they have nc they return to scramble for the landscape In an unmatched manner few days al one of the l.&fltOk.. let, called HennN t.JII tells
similarities.. In addition Na- crown and cash while] mainly lahoma lakesA what happens to. 1111'' ml..,onIxftjy

ples' Swamp Buggy Scramble getting mud In the eye withoutbenefit half' hour before take-off, In clrcumMa KI'"s 'u.m: I T
claims (and few will dispute) of anelbow bending bar. the man had (taken ,final scuba those encountered I
the tide of Dirtiest Race in This year's grueling,cypress Soldiers (for arli.m.auaint'd' underwater It eat b"list! ,jcwired .'. AI
2 in the human i bI l tali.
Jap dive. i
the World. grind will be held Sunday after. apparatus)
Wises the altimeter of tlMplJnE' > really pioporttonate to t 1111'! |. ,'*.
Anyone who has seen the noon, Nov 1, climaxing the annual sure on thl'1,1\ |\ "

grunting, grumbling swamp Swamp Buggy Days celebration Haven't Learned reading,reached the pllflt(the lunged 8OiAfoot for In U)'man's laiiKin, 01 i a

buggies scramble around the beginning Oct. 30. ward- 'omJ'13111111iof sharp person was under i'u'ssur,', Sit i;
tortuous, figure-eight, idle: Swamp Buggy Days and the Mud War II Is OverAGANA pains In his knee and elbow'', at 100 feet of II.It.'I i ,11'1""
track In the cypress swamp Scramble date back to 1949 a "' M The explanation In t"81'IICel. gases are absoilied' in thi. i "JIf -. .
will agree they're tops In mudslinging when a former Naples newspaperman Guam (AP) At Cttaaivv rf that pilots who scuba dive that pressure I is t upidh u: I,t.
Few.-except swamp suggested buggy men least two Japanese soldiers should allow adequate time toelapse sued, the gas Is apt tit i I. nImbMen !
buggy men--cue 'o CIII let cypress quit arguing about their mechanical from World War U are still hid. THE WATER ROUTE Two hydrofoil beat, part of New York newest tranaportation InMote I lhe>' get liehind In the bl"ml .1",u" ,"

gumbo In the pus tot monsters' abilities and Ing out in the Jungle 20 years system, speed up the East River past midtown Manhattan Skyline to the Worlds' the controls of a plane Thai. Nitiom'i is what IoulolIo"h.i|'i poi-"'.,II,, m i 1''.fbends.

the privilege of being dec arcdT'elevi'sio'n prove them on a cypress track American after Guam's forces recapture Guam police by Fair ate, en Long Itland The craft can carry 22 paitrngera and travel at 40 mite' an hour, Hie !pilot' was \Utlm of the' the blood slit',mi ml, H>.'m t
1 crowds of t'n.ls-a condition loiiiiiionljassoilaled
oday, 7,500 regu- and U.S. military officials said stop In I the i 'nuts. lul"11 m i ,,' pal: :
with divers who
'arty! come to this little, south- lesults.Pump.

West, Florida Gulf coast town today.A construction. worker report. mine location too to quickly the surface from a of deep hewiler.
To HomeIn
Bobby Kennedy York Returns
to witness the muddiest race ed last week that one of them Alvin Goldratl'r
tti the world -
held rifle on him and pulledthe
By CYNTHIA LOWRY a The Ml nation and theiwplp
AP Television-Radia, Writer \ bea r<1 growing contest,dan trigger, but nothing hap. Quits Post In lescilbt'd lure ate h>|HHhi'l lleal. For (:OP Victory
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Next ces, turkey shoot and queen pened. Put the l-cdi'ial. Aviation
Sunday is departure day for competition are all pan of the Guam Police Capt Jose C. Cabinet Mountains Rites SaturdayPALL Ageiicy saps it Is bIIf',11111 tec. com, w\n o'1'' m
"Lassie." CDS' top dog! return. Ingredients of Swamp Buggy Qulntanllla said he believed the TodayWASHINGTON ; onli ofpilvato airplane aid- tug I louse SlII'I"\| \ Mull. Kurt
two holdouts, bearded and bedraggled from ol Ciwll l III |'*niin|' ',' .del i l II >Ih'
Ing for Its 11th television season, Days which also honors the pioneers dints and tails' glowed ,
will be left behind with a new who settled the cypress are holed up some (CAP) Rob. MALL. Team CAP) _,battle of Argcmne Forest their InveHtlg/lloiis The F\A on Mull III l ,I liOHilli' II'' \ do<
owner, when his long-time family and 'glades country of where In the northeastern Guam ert F. Kennedy olf at last on an Sgt. Alvin C. York, who rode otil t I Not far down the Wolf River says (here are recorded In. i\ in mulct emimlmet.'
moves to Australia Collier mangrove late in the 19th jungle, In the same area where elective political career of his to war 47 years ago In a horse from the ilwl| wheie the fun. stances, of pilvale pilots .1111,'''* The GOP legislator has
Lassie If not the viewers, County the Japanese Imperial army own, turns In his resignation as drawn surrey, has returned to oral will be hl'I.lls the big' while ing the bonds while II) Ing alter has .m i I Ii u'lie piimi' (Out smmh .i I ',
when ox.cartSemlnole
ought to be accustomed to family century made its last stand during attorney general today his beloved green valley of the farm house In whlih \oik lived sclibl dlxliig.! Same lecoveieil keeps .i "OIl"l.llIt .1\1'.1\ im of iM.coloied .
changes. Her (or, more accurately dugout or walking were the only World War D.Equipment Kennedy, who already has Three Forks of the Wolf. presl for the lust 42 years, lie built sufficiently to !land solely, otli.ers '' wales. II'' IIl.ltll1
his) new owner will be a transportation means.Khanh operator Jose begun his campaign for the Sen. dent Johnson led tributes from the house In 1022: with money rrasliod. tank.V.
forest ranger and become Las. George, 27, reported on Aug. 26 ate in New York meets\ with across the nation. raised l>y his grateful, fellowTennessems. Can a nun who dives In icli. sign uiuli'i tin' i'nun rl'l l 1.1
sie's second and one-half family that he sighted the two stragglers President Johnson to make official The doughboy hero of World lively shallow water ulso In-. 'Tumi, 'tin ten cotditi"i "'
a half-mile from the U.S. his departure from the Cab. War I died Wednesday. In Nash. York had IHHMI bedfast and
At the beginning of the TV At naval communication station met post his assassinated vllle's Veterans Hospital at the virtually Mind for 10 veers, and
series Lassie was owned by a housing. brother gave him In 1901. age of 76, succumbing to a url. had been In the hospital 10
family of three, Including a boy, George said he first spottedone Kennedy 38, thus becomes the nary tract infection times In the past two \fiidlx',
Tommy. Tommy, however, began of them squatting Inside a fourth member of the original The funeral, to which President fore the final stay hlih began
to get pretty big for the dump. The man, George said, New Frontier Cabinet to step Johnson and other leaders last Saturdiy. Ill* family and rat
part, so Jon Provost was Intro Helm AgainIn had long hair, a beard nearly to out, and the first to leave since will send representatives or at. his rioitors agreed Hut the
duced as an orphan, adopted by his waist and was skinny and Johnson succeeded John F. t.nd. will be at 2 p.m. Saturday complications that Im had bat.
the family, and later Tommy nearly naked. Kennedy at York's Chattel I> here on the tied for a decade would l have .
quietly disappeared George said the man ran Preceding him were Secre. banks of the Wolf River In the killed a lesser man lung ago.
Then one season Lassie S. Viet away, limping on one foot. He tary of Labor Arthur J. Gold. Cumberland Mountains. The riirttlim were drawn to.
turned up with a set of brand said he went after the man but berg, now a Supreme Court jus. The President expressed his day on the sun porch, which had
new parents for Jon. They dls.1 when he got within IS feet he tics; Secretary Welfare Abra. sorrow Wednesday, saying the bounded York's world' for the wD
appeared after six months and, SAIGON, South Viet Nan 1 saw another Japanese who lev1 ham A, Rlbtcoff, now a senator Medal of Honor winner 'Vpltomlzed past 10 years and the big while s
Jon suddenly was the child ol:, (AP) MaJ. Gen. Nguyei. eled a rifle at him. from Connecticut, and Post. the gallantry of Ameil. house seemed somehow enity|
June Lockhart and Hugh Reilly. Khanh again assumed full command George said the Japanese master General J. Edward Day, can fighting men and their sacrifices In the midst of the hustle of
Bonita Granville Wrather, the, of South Viet Nam's sha. pulled the trigger but the weapon who quit to return to private In behalf of freedom." preparations for his funeral Ills
former film star who is ass'1 ky government today The pre did not fire. The man, life. Gen. Harold J. Johnson chief smile and his cure honmlng'
elate producer of the series and: mier said he had won support o' George said, pulled the rifle Six members of the original of staff of the 3rd Army, re. voice were mlsMng
Buddhist leaders who wen 9 bolt reloaded and the remain In 1 1V 1V 1r
whose husband owns the show, pulled Kennedy Cabinet leased this statement "In re. Ills death struck a dimmer
said the decision for another':' threatening to renew antlgov. trigger again, but again It mis. their posts.As cognition of the special place blow at Visa Grade, his childhood .
radical change was made last ernment violent unless thel;r fired.At long as a year ago before that Sgt. York holds In| the sweetheart whom h mir

year "to give us more scope.": demands were met.Khanh's that point, the worker said, President Kennedy Waq slain, hearts of lls Arm'\,. n\r4tteR, He&H lit.' l19iMid/ .wh wan 4flitIdwer.6f
The shift of custody will return to power shame :r. he ran back to his truck and< Robert Kennedy said he would pan' 'ahd r..eJ1t.; the'(';>rm/'U' 1; strength when j he Whed.ed +, t.e
: a flve.day "temporary retirement" drove off to tell Marine not at the Justice De. .
place during three episodes, V.S. stay on furnishing an escort, band firing her most the* bedside-
made last spring to kick off the, at the mountain resort o f. sentries. The Marines searched partment for a second term. party and bugler from his 1' years. It was she who i reeled
new season. D-Uat was disclosed by a government the area to no avail After his brother's death, old outfit-th. 82nd 'All.Amerl.' the steady stream of visitors
"We have a theory that there 1'I sixikesman; following I a Kennedy said' he would' remainon un'DV1slon.tpartlripat..ln I'who stopped/ at York's home,
is just one star on the show -' slx.hour emergency Cabinet the Job through this year's the funeral service" near the Kentucky line north ol
the dog," she said. "And there session. Khanh flew to Saigon Rotary District elections But after Johnson A choir will sing three of the Jamestown Term., and fronting
|: from Dalat amid reports that he
foreclosed the vice presidencyto York's favorite "Fairest
were only a certain number ol songs, UJS. Highway 127.
things you could do logicallywith ; was demanding full support Leader Guest Of him, he decided on the Senate Lord Jesus," "Faith of Our Fathers But when she returned from
the boy, his parents and'I from all member of the care. race In New York, although he ," and "Onward Christian Nashville In the hearse which .
taker government that had beenu Members votes In Massachusetts and iIi
the farm. No matter what yodid 1 Naples Soldiers. His strong religious brought her famous husband's
you still had to go back to', led by acting Premier Nguyen of St. lives In Virginia convictions became part of the body to Jamestown Wednesday
Xin Oanh. Chauncey McIntyre, Johnson has given no Indlca. York P
the three people and the farm. legend Once a consl'lt'n.tlous night, she embraced her
_'/ She admitted young viewer 1 "The military has promised Petersburg governor of Rotary tlon who will become the 6th objector, he went on to youngest son, Tommy, and
Gen. Khanh their complete sup. International District 696, attorney general. It la widely answer his country's call to sobbed uncontrollably Soon
shed few sad tears at
might a Donna
PREP PI' P.s) Imrd, by
The situation looks much SHOW >
of and port. yesterday made his official visitto believed he will withhold his World War I and killed 25 Ger. though she had composed herself
the separation dog young .
master. more stabilized today, the the Rotary Club of Naples. selection until after the Nov. 3 mans and captured 132 more i, and was busy making plans, Alum, crown, current Mm Ann' a, and Dttt Mytrion '91'! I

"Sure, they may weep a little spokesman| said. He was Introduced at the club's election. The man most widely virtually single handed In the for the funeral winner, .as they rehearse 'for Mrs Amen, a Paveant tele set.td .
Khanh 37 was expected to _
the .
the Beach mentioned to take over Jus
but I don't think it will tear luncheon meeting at -
retain members of the powerful
tics Is Leon Jawor.
said. President Vince Department
them apart, she Club Hotel by
DU Viet party In the government ski Texas
The big change of format, she and the armed forces. Be. Wood, who welcomed five visitors ,friend prominent of Johnson. lawyerand Buzzing Mail
emphasised, was not undertaken 1 Les Johns
fore Khanh went to Dalat last by The
acting attorney general
because young Provost was| week, following violent antlgov. will be Nicholas deB Katzen. Sacks Gets; ThingsTo
outgrowing his role or because ernment demonstrations, he ton.Gov.. Mcintyre, In addition to bach, 42, the deputy attorney
there other was players any dissatisfactionwith or the show. charged( that members of the addressing the Naples club at general, whom Kennedy has Hum At AirportSAN
party had plotted against his at the club already recommendedto
luncheon strongly
The dog star, after about 20 I presided FRANCISCO (AP) -
years In movies and television,1 with government Nguyen He Ton conferred Moan, leader today assembly held at 7:30 p.m. at Johnson for the permanent Things began to hum at SanFrancl.co

Is an Institution. The Wrathera 1''of the party who resigned Naples Federal's Community Job. International Airport
make no secret of the fact that Wednesday as vice premier aft. Room. The assembly was attended when a mall sack started
"Lassie" Is theecond to bear er charging( Khanh's govern. by club directors, committee bunting
the name and always has been a' ment had no legal standing. chairmen and general Poor Man's Party Some onlookers thought the
male collie. "Gen. Khanh plans no reprl. membership sack was vibrating loo.
"His trainer, Rudd Weather.1, gals against them," the spokes. Mclntyre, a Rotarian for 16 Candidate Runs The FBI, sheriff's officers and
wax, finds the males less ner.1, said. said the Is an Army disposal unit rarrled L
man space age
vows, stronger with more beau Muiih also won an agreement providing new and challenging Against Wealthy the sack from a cargo plane to
tlful coats and much easier to 1, an open field.
train," she said.KE.NTLCKY from Buddhist leaders to call off opportunities for Rotary ser- SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) Inside they discovered a bat.
.1 i i planned hunger strike and a vice throughout the world as Henry Krajewskl the former cry-operated shoe buffer going
possible general strike, the gov. the International organizationgoes pig farmer, has made It official. at spit.polish pace.
ernment said Into Its 60th year. He He'll be a presidential candl. Quieted the device resumed Its
U.S. Ambassador had indicated Maxwell. told of the lack of education, date under the Poor Man's par. trip to an apparently weary
Tailor Khanh
housing and actual hunger ty banner "against two million- armed Marine stationed over.
would again assume power In sires" he said Wednesday.
In the world despitethe seas
Viet Nam. existing
The semlretlred tavern owner
Oanh, a Harvard-educated giant scientific strides and said he has nothing against td
e,, onomlst, took over just before Industrial gains made In recent President Johnson or his Repub. It
the government racked downon years. Mcintyre said these llcan opponent, Sen. Barry Nikita .oinff To
the street fighting that avenues of service are In need Goldwater, except that "they'vebeen
wracked Saigon. He said then of attention. politicians too long" Bonn For Talks
that he would head a caretaker 52 father of five
Other avenues of service Krajewskl a ,
BONN Germany (AP)-Pre.
government for two months but Man's ,
the Poor
were pointed out In the community organized partyin
mler Khrushihev has agreed to .
still considered Khanh
that he
1949 and has for presidentin
vocational and club run
ser come to Bonn for political talks
head of
the real leader as the 1952, 193 and 1960. He'liiso
vice categories. Mcintyre reviewed with Chancellor Ludwig Erhard,
ruling triumvirate of generals.The campaigned for Vf. senator,
1 United States regards briefly the founding of the government press office an.
governor and a varlet) of local
f Khanh as the strongest leader In Rotary by Paul Harris of Chi offices, losing every time nounced today.
South Viet Nam. It has made no cago and urged that the original
secret of its desire to have him purpose of the organization -
back at the helm. be carried on. "Live

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By MIKE RATHET Dean Chance of the Los An.: 'Fastest trotter I've ever seen. SPORTS

t.", iated Press Sports Writ geles Angels posted his ninth He Is even faster than ) thoughthe
/orro has left his mark on shutout and his 17th victory witha was. And ha could have gone

Milt Pappa. York four-that hit, 4.0 victory over New even faster In the first heat." . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pappas pitched no.hlt ball [tar< i dropped the third. That Is how 44.year.old John
7 2.3 Innings and wound up \\'ltione.hltter place Yankees three games off Simpson Sr. been drive
who has
< as the Baltimore the pace. tog and training, harness horses 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEW Naples! FI* It-1 ,d., s" tcnb" i vt(

Orioles maintained their slim, And Lee mange made the for 2' years, sums up A>res.A --- -

one-half game grip on the most of a rare opportunity I ;'res, the little hot.rod son of
American League lead by ertg. tying a major league record by the great Star's Pride, won the Ring Magazine
i lift Minnesota 2.0 Wednesday! striking out four batters In an 39th Hambletonlan In successive

"ikht. inning as Cleveland walloped heats on the well-manicured WBA
The unkind cut was admlnls.tere Washington 9.0. clay mil oval of the Du Quoin Challenges
,1 with two out In the eighthb In the other AL game, Kansas State Fairgrounds Wednesday.He .

Twins' shortstop Zollo (Zorr City outslugged Boston B.S. was an official even.mon. On Clay Liston

< ) Versalles who swung at a ey favorite In the betless rate ,

ttist.pitdi fastball and ripped It By MURRAY CHASS and the rallblrds had him NEW YORK (AP) lung 4

between third and short to deprive Associated Press Sports Writer pegged perfectly as the over. Magazine refusing to go along'

pappas of a no-hltter. Fortunately for Cincinnati, whelming choice In the field of with the World Boxing Assocla.
Pappas admitted after the Mel Queen doesn't quite followIn nine 3-year.oId trotting colts. tlon Is outlawing return match
game that he had given Versallps his father's footsteps. A television cable stretched between champion Cassius Cia

a fat fastball, losing a Queen, a rookie lashed a sin. ala above the starting line cast Its ana Sonny Llston, listed List on

battle of wits. gle that drove In the only run of shadow oi> the track and the as the No. 1 heavyweight con.
"It was one of those funny the game In the Reds' 1.0 victory highly strong Ayres shied at It tender today.

situations" said the 25.year-old over Chicago In 12 Innings ....- as the first heat opened. Ring also said it didn't sup. ?
right-hander, "The first two Wednesday night The triumph --- "He took two or three bad port the WBA threat to take

batters In the eighth hit the first kept the second. place Reds 5Vi RIG WINNER in late-model overhead class at Naples Speedway Saturday steps but didn't go completelyoff Clay's title away from him If he
plti, h. It was a 1,000-to.l chance In stride said meets Llston In a return.ltnla. I
games behind Philadelphia night was Leonard Chesser lie won checkered flan in the first Simpson.
that Versalles would swing at the National League pennantrace. back Recovering quickly, Ayres lively set for November at i site ,
heat race and came later to take the feature There will be
the first pitch, too. to be announced.The .
off like and
a dragster
auto races and a demolition derby on Saturday night at the hack
1 threw it down In
right the The 21.year-old right fielder Is soon was moving into good post magazine said it sees aones.
middle, and I was surprisedwhen the son of Mel Queen a pitcherwho east of the airport. ( Hewitt photo) tlon as Sesebo Scribe Rodneyand Clay's $50,000 deal wllh Inter.

he swung at It." compiled a 27-40 lifetime Rain Water broke, to help Continental Promotions In>'.
Pappas had no other dlfflcul. record with the New York scatter the field and the Mlon brothers a legal I

tics us he struck out 10 and al. Yankees and the Pittsburgh Elrod Tops PlayAt Ayres owned by Mrs Char. mandate to give them first defense rte
i,>wed only one other base run. Pirates In the 1940s and early With Title Healthy Giants lotte N. Sheppard of Hanover, call on Cassius' services 4

lei Ear) Battey walked on 1950s. Pa., wheeled out of fourth placeat which means a return bout with .. r

rout straight pitches In the third Luckily for the elder Queen, Beach Club the three-quarter pole, took Llston.

i;'alas while bringing his he was a pitcher. He certainly four the lead near mid-stretch and
divided Into
shutout re,'ord to 13.5 with his sixth couldn't have reached the ma. classes Players and were the competition was Always Title Threat In NFL won by one length over Big 1 ) r, "?

Jon on his hitting. In eight sea. for low net scores In yesterday' John and 12-year-old Eddie a.
Still he had
share the
sons, he somehow managed to Wheeler.
of Beach Club
weekly outing the
plti hlng' spotlight with three get 17 hits in 164 times at bat for Men's Golf Association. Twenty. FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) man kept him on the bench as a t I The time was a sensational\ SEC
othet s. a .104 average. He also batted In two players participated As long as Y.A. Tittle stays precaution and gave Wood an.1:56 4.5, erasing the Hamble.
Gars Peters kept the lecond.plal'e four runs In his career. George Elrod topped all com. healthy the New York Giants other chance to perform.The tonlan record of 1:57 3.5 set by

Chicago White Sox right Young Queen went 2-for-6 petition with a net 69 In ClassA have to be a threat to win a rookie responded by r Florlls last year and matching
the Orioles' bringing his Wednesday raising his averageto to carry off the honors. Class fourth straight Eastern Confer. throwing three touchdown passes , the all-tlmt competitive record
shutout re ord to 10.7' with a flve.hlt .218 and his RBI total to U. B was won by Don Elferdlnk with ence title in the National Foot. against Philadelphia.Ball mile by a trotter of any age RoundupBy
In a 7.0 victory over He has compiled the record 67 Class C by Pete Leffersonwith ball League. control the Giants will 1 The latter mark was set by

Detroit' mostly as a pinch hitter. ; '71 and Class D by Jim Lule- Despite the exhibition defeats not have, unless they have some i; Speedy Scot at Lexington last ----- -- ---
Only recently has he been play. jlan with; '75. and the trades that disposed of more deals up their sleeves The i, fall. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS l'UTUltIW: I.MJ: MVN:

Went Too Far Ing somewhat regularly. Plans for next Wednesday's Sam Huff and Diet Modzelewsklof offense must go strong for the The Mississippi football camp Bob Shave Jr of Willough-
In other NL games, Phlladel. outing will be announced later, the proud defensive unit and pass to Del Shofner Aaron I was thrown Into shock and by. Ohio uses a unique putter ,
phla edged Houston 2.1, San a spokesman said. Phil King, the Giants' top run. Thomas Frank Gifford or new. Scot Meets gloom by the sudden death of and an even more un
Losing Weight Francisco blanked New York 4. nine back In 1963, Allie Shermanhas Iy acquired R.C. Owens, while; Speedy 19.year.old halfback Richard W. usual stance on the greens,
0, St. Louis defeated Milwaukee a pass.happy club that al. Dick James, Alex Webster and 1 I 7 Rivals Friday (Rickey) Ellzey who collapsedand
6.2 and Los Angeles downed Breaks World's ways will be a long.ball threat. Joe Morris chunk out a few died a few minutes after

Says Musial Pittsburgh 8.5 In 12 Innings. Always, that is, as long as Tit. yards on the ground. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. the start of the first fall prac.

Javelin Record tie stays in one piece. Perhapsan The startling off.season trades (AP) Speedy Scot, needing a tlce session. Tate To Keep Tp

ST. LOUIS (AP) "I had OSLO. Norway AP) A 200Yllrol'J experienced backup quar. of Mo and Huff were followedby victory In each of the two re. The Meridian, Miss., player,
planned to lose some weight" Ray Graves Rides Norwegian( dental stu. terback will be acquired before two more shockers last malntng races of the Harness called one of the best halfback Double SessionsOf
said Stan Musial Wednesday Tracks of America Trot seriesto prospects ever to enroll-at Ole
dent has shattered the 30Woot the season starts. As of now, the week. King went to Pittsburgh, Grid Practice
night "but I think I carried It Gator Squad Hard javelin throw barrier with a chores will fall on rookie Gary despite a shortage of running qualify for the finals, takeson Miss, had been on the field

too far.: fantastic heave more than 15 Wood of Cornell, an Ivy Leaguer backs Joe Don Looney draftedNo. seven rivals Friday night In about five minutes Tuesday MIAMI (AP) Mlimi lootball
The former St. Louis Cardinal ( )- feet better than the listed world who was drafted as a defensive 1 as a potential runner, was the $10,000 stop at Saratoga catching punts. The cause of coach Charlie late ba) -, he i-x.
baseball star remained confined football coach Ray Craves is back. peddled to Baltimore before he Raceway.The death was not Immediatelyknown. peels in continue Iwo> .i d.i>
at Jewish Hospital following his riding his Gator squad hard In Pedersen made Ms Tittle has shown no signs of ever carried the ball for the 4.y ar.old trotters will practice sessions Into next t weekIn
collapse Tuesday night at the two.a.day practice sessions clash again at "This is a terrible tragedy"
spectacular throw of 300 feet the knee injury that he sufferedIn Giants. Freehold Race. order to get the Hurricane
Cardlnal.Mllwaukee game at After Wednesday's drills I ll'/i Inches In an Internationalmeet the championship game loss The reactivation of Andy Ro. way Sept. 12 before the leaders said coach John Vaught.No ready for their dpi'nt, >r Sept
Busch Stadium: Graves called the team "dead between to the Chicago Bears last De. bustelll who had retired as a come together In the $50,000 contact work had been 19th against Florida Slat.
But, said Dr. I. C. Middleman both mentally and physically Czechoslovakia at Norway and cember. defensive end to become a full. finale at Roosevelt Raceway held and the entire squad was Tate said W e d n e s d :a y ho
the Cardinals' and Muslal's phy. Stadl. Tittle went out of last Satur.day' time coach, marks a concessionto Sept. 19.Terrell. in shorts. The players all under would like to dIM'untlllutht'
He ran the squad through a um Wednesday.
medical examinations
slclan "Stan should be out of session ; exhibition against Wash. a shaken defensive unit. went double sessions as soon as pos
the hospital In a few days." which hard-hitting he called scrimmage disappointing. Ington with a similar knee Injury Sherman of course, has the Monday and Ellzey passed with sible but needs the time to

The 43.yearold physical fit. but It was not regarded as No. 1 passer In pro football In I NamedNo. ease. choose the best 22 nun nor his
ness director, now a Cardinal "The offense," Graves said, Drill serious. Y.A. said he could have Tittle, the 37.year.old bald eagle Artificial respiration wan ad. now two-platam system
rice president, experienced ex. "wasn't constant and only the Shows FSUPla'ers returned to the game but Sher. who set a league record last 1 ContenderFor ministered and ElUey was Tate said he has made, some
tensive diarrhea and vomiting running of fullback Larry Du- with 36 touchdown rushed to a hospital but to no position shifts and expects more
Not Yet year
Title WBA
causing dehydration prior to his pree and the blocking of Larry Shofner Gifford and Morrison By avail. Today's practice plans to come

collapse Gagner showed any sign of encouragement. In Shape Coach have been his favorite targets! MIAMI BEACH (AP) The were indefinite

"Ills condition Is satisfactory ." LeagueLeaders and now Owens, an old San| World Boxing Association still Elsewhere In the Southeastern He said most of the team was
and he Is being kept under ob. TALLAHASSEE AP) The shunning ex champion Sonny Conference football teams got '
Graves scheduled a full scrimmage ( Francisco mate, has been add. In excellent shape with only
servatlon" explained the physi I named Ercle Terrell of down to the business of limber.
Florida State foot. Llston
session for Saturday University ed. Thomas and Bobby Crespl. three or four overweight ,
clan "We will conduct various afternoon. ball squad showed up well In a no, acquired from Cleveland Chicago today as No. 1 contend. Ing up after summer layoffs. Coach Jack Green il I Vinder.
tests to determine the exact high-speed scrimmage called by have been battling Joe Walton,| er for Casslus Clay's heavy. Most teams were holding two.a. bill was beaming mist. Tues

nature of his ailment" He will test the effectivenessof coach Bill Peterson.But BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for the tight end Job. weight crown. day practices. McClendon of day's practices saying HIP onlj

Dr. Middleman said Musial his new platoon system at the coach said the drill National League Doubt about Webster's physical Ring Magazine refusing to go Coach Charles bad news he could report was \,
suffered an "enteritis that time for the home opening late Wednesday showed that Batting (325 at bats) Cle. condition still clouds the, along with the WBA In banning Louisiana State singled out five that tackle Joe Graham would' f',1

virus brought on by emotion. Sept. 19th against Southern the players were not yet In top manic Pittsburgh .341; Aaron, backfield situation, If Websterhas a Clay Liston return match, lettermen and one sophomorefor 100 be lost for a few days Grahamwas
al and physical exhaustion. Methodist. physical condition. Milwaukee .325. shaken off the back troublehe continued to rate Llston the No. praise saying Tackle all gave Charles forced to retire because cent effort.
RunsMays, San Francisco 1 challenger.The per back
will be the fullback backedby I Injury.
Simmons guards Reml Prude
103; Allen, Phllactephta 98. Morrison, and James, ex. WBA removed Liston backs Kentucky coach Charlie Brad.
Sea homme and John Aaron
Runs batted In-Boyer, St. Washington Redskin. Is the left from its ratings several months Donald Schwab and Joe La. shaw sent his squad through a
Louis, 97; Santo, Chicago 95. halfback Back of them art t t ago after he was arrested In end BiU night workout. The Wildcatswill :

Golden Gate y.t Hits element, Pittsburgh rookies 27 year old Ernie,t Denver and threatened last bruzzo lie Masters and drew sophomore praise. play three night games this>
178' ; Aaron, Milwaukee 171.' Wheelwright at full, and speedy, week to strip Clay of his title Florida coach Ray Graves season al Stoll Field
Doubles May, Milwaukee Clarence Childs of Florida A4M I I If he goes through with a returni of Auburn's Tigers also workirt
Guest t e 36; Williams Chicago and Cle. and Steve Thurlow of stanforat match. The return bout was ar. took advantage, his a heavy in shorts In the morning and
L s rj mama Pittsburgh, $3. halfback. ranged in defiance of a WBA downpour to run offense and de. switched to pads in the after
through passing
Triples Santo, Chicago 10; The offensive line Is a vetera,I regulation against such contract fense under adverse conditions. noon. Coach Ralph! Jordan was

Plnson, Cincinnati and Calllson unit, except for right tackle! clauses "It's rained so much this sum. generally pleased with the phys.
a Philadelphia 9. where rookie Roger Anderson or r Inter Continental Promotions mer that we figure it "will rain ical condition of the squad,
Home runs Mays, San Fran. Lane Howell will spell Jack( Indicated It would go ahead with bit this fall so we are Georgia ran through two light
Cisco, 39; Williams, Chicago,28. Stroud. Rosey Brown is at the t the fight In November regard. a good out our' passing workouts which coach Vince

a I tf Stolen bases Wills\' Los An. other tackle, Greg Lanson the, less ft the WBA's feelings. the trying hard way In the rain game," Dooley t termed satisfactory

geles 40; Brock St. Louis, 37. center and Bookie Bolin ant 1 Graves said.Tulane Dooley said a lot of work had
to t = Pitching (12 decisions)-Kou. Darrell Dess the guards coach Tommy O'Boyle to be dune In the next three

f e I fax, Los Angeles, 19.5, .792; With Robustelll back to lean 'Tired' Tennis was pleased with his team's weeks as the Bulldogs race Ala.
Dunning Philadelphia 15.4. with Jim Katcavage at ends, the; workouts saying the Greenles bama at Tuscaloosa, mi Sept.

789. defensive front four will include made start toward 19
a good pre.
F nk Strikeouts Koufax, Los An. John LoVetere and Andy styn: Group Forming paring for their opener with national Alabama was plagued l hy tern.
? geles 223; Drysdale Los Ah.geles chula, ex.Washington Redskin, champion Texas on Sept. peralures which alone time
pa Qa Aay 202.American at tackles. Recreation Director Julius 19. Sixty-nine grldders showedup reached 96 degrees and the

League A knee injury to Jerry Hllle,, Lesser Is forming a "tired bus. for practice. players were somewhat wilted
Batting ((325 at bats)-Ollva, brand forced some changes 1 n I Inessmen'stennis group"to meet Three Tennessee players ty the heat. However coach
Minnesota, .329; Mantle, New the linebacker crew. a week from today at 7:30 at the flunked their agility tests and Paul Bryant said It was a fairly
York, 310. Gambler Park tennis courts. worthwhile day
were assigned to limited duty
Runs Oliva, Minnesota, 99; The director Invites business.
by coach Doug Dickey. End Al
Howser, Cleveland 91. men to participate, regardless of Galen
Tanara center Mike Reynoldsand Mall former Pent SIdle
Runs batted In Killebrew, 0 ability. Each player will be
fullback Lee Mace all are backrs coaching west % irgmia's
Minnesota 99; Stuart, Boston. matched with someone of com.
recovering from knee opera. offensive backs this fill
96. State parable ability. Lesser said he
11'1 part 01 a great new way 10 HitsOliva r tlons and Dickey said a doctor
Minnesota, 185 plans to give no lessons unless
increase your vacation pleasure dBy noted their knees weren't re.
B. Robinson 150. players ask him.
without Increasing vacition League covered enough for full.speedwork.
your ,
Doubles Bresioud Boston U the demand Is sufficient
budget Here art |lust. l tee of (the v .
and Oliva, Minnesota 36; Cola. THE Lesser hopes to make the bus.Inessmen' .
other exciting (tree Jilt and vication Coach Paul Davis of Missis
vlto, Kansas City, 29. tennis gathering a
privileges, that iri slppl State had his squad
your Triples Versalles Minn weekly affair. A number of ak.CpkQ&(
Golden Gate Cues dressed in full for the
is i ) tt v W. L. Pet. G.B. pads
iota, 9; Yaitrzemskl, Boston pie have asked him about the
'W7N and Fregosl, Los Angeles, 8. St Pet'burg 39 27 .591 possibility of forming such a afternoon session, after working .
( Home runs-Klllebriw. Minnesota Orlando 38 28 .576 1 group, he said. them shorts In the morning. -

FREE TRADING STAMPS r 1 44; Powell, Baltimoreand Tampa 37 29 .561 2 ) GIaOOrr -

e FREE FISHING r _,v___ .. .9ae e ....."'_t Stolen Col i vlto bases, Kansas-Apartrlo City, Baltl-31. Ft Miami Lau'dale 34 33 34 33 .507.493 6Vi Vi Baseball Standings \ AND

.INC''.UDINO' BAIT AND TACKLE I LOOKS FAMllIARPaul Hornung Is back in the Green more, 50; Davallllo, Cleveland Sarasota Lakeland 27 29 38 33 415.453, 114Day'na 9 / u \ COUNTRY

FREE AUTO TOURJF Bay lineup this xtajon. showing the form that made him a 18. B'ch 28 38 .397 12',4' National League American League
MODERN tU'.ANT star National Football. League running back for five seasons. Pitching (12 decisions)-Bunk. G.B.
NAPLES FLORIDA) er, Baltimore 13 4, .761 Wednesday's Results W. W. L. Pet. G.B. ,
FREE PRIVATE dance, Los Angeles, I7.6.739.' ; Orlando 14, Fort Lauderdale 2!i Philadelphia 80 11 .611 Baltimore 80 13 .602 -
PLANE RIDE Strikeouts Downing, New Miami 8, Daytona Beach 3 Cincinnati 15 17 .560 5'A Chicago 81 5'. .596 '1'1 h with the BessFACILITIES

/ER NAPI.E. AND York 179; Pena, Kansas City. Sarasota 11, Lakeland 3 St. Louis 73 59 .553 '7'i New York '76 55 .580 3 ''f
tJLDCN GATESTOP SWIMMING POOLS 167.' St. Petersburg 3, Tampa 2 San Fran. 74 60 .532 T/i Detroit '71 66 .518 11
Pittsburgh 67 65 .508 13>/t Los Angeles 69 69 .500 1J'4'
by r t .*4 Milwaukee 66 66 .500 13'4' Minnesota 67' 67 .500 1SV4 in Southwest Floridafor

AT THE :1.:1 .: ',L tIf. Los Angeles 64 67' .489 16 Cleveland 67' 67' .500 ISMi Country Club
: Chicago 'eo 72 .455 20',\ Boston 60 '75 .444 21

YE LLOW LEWIS :., Mr': Houston $7' '77 .425 24'i i Washington 53 83 .390 28Vfe LIVINGGOLFING
New York 45 87 .341 334 Kansas City 50 84 .373 30%

Local Wednesday's Results Wednesday's Results ,
AND BLUE Your Only
j Los Angeles 4, New York 0 II Half Cxenp.ee.Ap Coir i*
2 Houston 1
Pool BuilderWe Philadelphia ...lltl condifio, I., pity
rte SIGN = San Francisco 4, New York 0 Baltimore 2, Minnesota 0

FOR DETAILS build a Clean sweep pool at no extra Cincinnati I. Chicago 0, 12 in. Chicago, Detroit 0 SWIMMING .
cost You (ret quality and service when you , 'J JAir nlngs Kansas City 9, Boston 3 AAU nit pool' 7)' i '0' 1 30 .ilkUntil'
: St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 2 Cleveland 9, Washington 0 mtmbcrtliipt ..(liable
have a Lewis Pool
Los Angeles 8, Pittsburgh 5, Today's Games
Baltimore at Minnesota .
Call . romiitlonfd!, 2 bedroom 2 bath house, near Mhools, 12 InningsToday's Games Boston at Kansas City N The ,......lItI fconunttt. irt ideal

LAND CORPOMTIOHOIVII.OMHS LEWIS POOLS INC brat ramp. Florida room and barb<
nl.hed with. extra room err carport I1S.7SO. Good Houston at Philadelphia, N Only games scheduled
cm ee M, W. art (in the yellow page Chicago at Cincinnati N Tare girt at Stair looVM6IrromtM
AMI teiMM CAT! llUtl* MI 2-6685 MI 2-5683 financing no cloning root. Immediate ortuptjry Milwaukee at St. Louis, N Navy has IJ lettermen on its 41

Till I-39J7 Only games scheduled 1964 football team. hONf Ml' 2 6691baseball


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1I' COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Naples' fl.,, Thursday, September i, 1164 7
. e Ifte 49e.e . S . lleeeeeeetlee e S 6T fletltetesee61. . .

<1 '\''>'',,'' .. _.. wa; :!'- : f...;... ,'... !lr" .. ,'lr.t : ..-....:::.:;;. ..:: ; : " fe 4:
: ; .,

\\+ Labor Putting Accent On ; .r--: :

= A 'L'f.:':i ,";:: .t.1'm 0'

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Fringe Benefits This YearBy R:. -IL. Rte t ,avS c aU1l (ltlu\ "u' S'r: ,//:1"" "I ya!., '


SAM DAWSONAP Affair report. In the first six

Business News Analyst month of 1983 the average was

NEW YORK (AP-Labor It 8 cents The rang wa* wide- Oiilil

putting the accent on fringe all the way from no wage In.

benefit even more this year crease in 9 per cent of the pact

I than last. That Is evident In to more than 15 cent an hourIn

"" '. ,' contract already reached and 8 per cent of them.
In the auto labor talks now In Fringe activity was brisker

; the spotlight this year than last. Revised Alldw8V2.2071Announcements

tdtl Wages have been scaled up. pension and Insurance plans !

J$ ward In . . . . . . . . _ _ _ _ _
many pacts negotiated were Included In 44 per cent of - - - - - - ... ... ... -. ... ... .owwwwwww . . . . .w. . . .
co far In 1964. But the average the contracts and new plans In

Increase has been down slightly 21 per cent.Fringe .
13-Help Want. Female
,. from the median set in the 1963 benefits can be just as 49-House* For RentI

contract. costly to management as higher \era'1071 Beauty Salon HELP WANTED bdrm ",...nnhed, nouta wan

... ........ Labor has made the most wage scales. In times of a slow. Corner 7th Atoulh carport on private estate Call
;z :.""' ,: ...--..;:, of lit* Avo A FEMALE Anderson Ml 2 5011 1/1011
i; u"FORCIBLY': ,;,,\. "" ..... ._. .. ,, notable gains along the fringes, down In business activity these I'i ay" *lr**'. MI : '66' Wanted reipontible,,
women age I27P 11th STREET
especially pension and Insur. benefit can be 30 45
comparatively mutt know typing Call ,
: > bedroom 2 bath available,
EJECTED-A dummy pilot left sits In the nose section of the experimental ance plans and to a somewhat more costly.License. 3-Boeti-Moion Acces. Mr Opoika Ml 2 2107 tor ap' once HID Cell 1 &HS III'at tf

version of the XC-142A. Then, POW! It's blasted through the Plexiglas canopy and soars less degree in shorter workweeks pointmentMaid 1 bedroomuro home
upward In a and 17 foot f.'bergieTt"ooai, wan *oHP for motel Writ Boo Hit .., ,., 1100
longer month .
parachute-equipped rocket ejection seat Tests took at the Tem- vacations On 110 mo suns.mar .
place Ling- engine' Hurricane. trailer. A II Coll ei County NewtWomen 0.. .
co.Vought plant In Dallas Tex The experimental seat enables two pilots to escape In average the new contracts have Director lull top and "de curtain for Q I U Pork 261h. ISp11th 0" prenien Aes .,, Naples by

any emergency even with the plane on the ground. kept fairly well inside the guide 1.1.",n 0' trade C.II 11516 0'If dn,, shop lor Confidential alleiationt line, Writ la. III lit

lines on wages and costs that Receives Ticket Bon lit, All Collier, County Allracbve lluesl Hau.. 1
the administration has ad. ; 5-Buiineu Oppi. "' .... 1 ,ft, Bloch from now Su 0.16
been unhappy for a long time vanced as a block to further License At Home 110 per month completely on yearly furmthed:(..?:
with U.S. policy regarding In. inflation Clan oohs cod safldw.cll 5500.a'r 14-Help Wanted Males rilt mi>nllly| Call 'I6n.
Oonddwn, 510.1 In Trait,. :/ |
on uWell
Indonesia-Malay SituationPoses donesia, which Australians see As the auto labor talks neara SEATTLE Wash. (AP) P.lud under 5000, 1 &104..n. s, bUr .nl.O< Ap npirton rent, tell
or trade lurmthedhome
u a clear threat to themselves. showdown set for after Labor Michael T. Gray, state licenses It Nplt: t fthopoinfl*, L5att Canton North Miami leech for

Indonesia became Australia'snextdoor Day the stock director got a traffic ticket SERVICE STATIONModern comparable homo m Naples
market has been
Rel".d r.'Ir.d man CatBoyce 10110" Ma's.IfNtWood .
when It took or sew
neighbor betting on an agreement in. Wednesday. Yep you guessedit. ttrvice' station for lease wanled' 101, .1.,1 pant' store Ch".I. PImaul.
Threat Of Disaster over Dutch New Guinea which stead of a strike. The Driving without a license."I by Atlantic Ralmmg Co Loca Isles Full or pert tuns ...ork.Eop. ;
auto com. bon HOI No Tamiaml Trail at . Send I bedroom ., ar/o
Indonesians call West Irl an. changed suit and forgot "" necnoary rear .U. hau,..
- - - - . panics are planning greater out. my Moo,,"... Paid, trainingprofram ume to Colic, County Newt oIsapnS ream w.fS prlvafe em
- -- -
Australians suspect there 1* put in September than usual for to change my wallet," said the financial, ettittaneeFor It. into A"e 1111 If trace. 701 West Labe Dr MI I I10

By WILLIAM L. RYAN thing Asia and the world like no bottom to the appetite of the this month. Management also embarrassed Gray.rlddended Thomas further, Ft information Myers, Fla call WaS Mr 11511 ./ &IZ

AP Special CorrespondentT ly would be In for a powerfulJolt. Sukarno regime and that It seems to be M4 or write 2211 Ivy Ave 15-S.les I Help Wanted bedroom I..h.d. ham., 1/5
h counting on a new -- - -- ft Myrr Fla 911 lot per monlh. Napl.o PAk. MI
e Indonesian.Malayslansituation needs dangerous adventuring to pact by the deadline after the Saletmtn wnnlod lo toll new ; ,440 1 I Itor
poses the risk of a dl. take its people's minds off the used Prater local
People conversant with the customary last minute in. Phrase 9Flowerl.PI.nts.SeedsOH and can real. HOYsO, 2 e
saster that could make the Strug situation say Australia will not bleak facts of food shortages man with crpar.nca Age ..no.. room Mt i fUn Sit tlrberoom i
fighting factor Mutt, h. rot. lo m tpublic
gle In South Viet Nam seem tolerate Invasion of Malaysia In fiscal nightmares and economic When George Washington after H.I. ) on A Knitted, boas Attractive 1 bath u"'ur".h.d'
puny by comparison. force. troubles. Australians see little the a settlement is reached receiving the formal oath of SUMMER HYBRIDS SALE AND OF SPECIE MATURE c..o" to n,,ht 1I1n R..v.1 Palm' Dr "J J'

While Indonesian President point to Western aid for a nation big question will be: How office upon assuming the TSe bet In ,..dll". lurnerlRwr party OemnNnlarurnnhod,,,,. .
Those who have discussed the much? And in the case of the Ochd Gard.ns. Tunics with other 1 bmelitt Apply 53-LUtingt WantedgL01.
Sukarno cancels military leavesand whose and actions presidency of the United .. m person Bol
matter with high-ranking Au. postures auto union Rv.' Ooh"" Fln"o "l 51 W"nY'V
too the Inn .. I '
pressurehas n. ,
10' 10. .0 no..o
States put In one sentence of >
talks ominously of an ene. trallans see them determined If taunt the West. been f k'nrlnh Nn '0'l n'l I16Help Collier County
largely on m East Napl.u
my threatening the safety of his necessary to carry war to the Since 1950, the United States ground around the fringes.gaining his own: 'So help me God"and 12-Help Wanted Rnvlly EON nn the TrI, AlWf

nation the government of heart of Indonesia with all the has supplied J700 million In aid The terms that these words have becomea FuTleTTruth Co hat Available

Malaysia reports a small air power Australia has at Its com i to Indonesia, Including military reached with finally are Dart of the ritual.Trooper for full or part time m.n ana L ad evailabla lur in.ij' k 57-HouM For Sale!
or without t women In Naplet Our sales work in private home, 'liu Ml
borne Indonesian attack on Its mand. hardware. The Soviet Union strike will affect bargaining In people are averafini 1100 and 2 "hi I/IJ M CUSTOM DESIGNED for FloryIda

mainland. Australia would expect the provided arms aid, too, and re. many other industries. This up ers per WE weeK 11314 Phone or Itlp.M: OBoi ? lad'.. available. fur maid near l.v.n1 the Gull Ideally WOlan1 located dn. .

This could be Just one of support of British power whichIs cently agreed to step It up. could extend Into next 701 Sarasota Fla '/' 101 wnik. 01 took job ;? privalehomi : lance to THE MOORINGS Golf
many feint the Indonesianshave pledged to the of Indonesia grew more hos. year 01 inntrl Tall Oldlield and Country Club J bed
protection when the steel labor contracts 451:1' '1 Immokalae Call) any 2 baths ell hou.
been making to show the Malaysia and Indeed also would tile to Malaysia American aid come up again.In Bill Everyone Hrid The NEWS li.nc.,, :. 3.1 Si rooms Fully aircond 40 healed

world they mean to "crush expect U.S. All this dwindled. No more military W.II.d Sol..m. Flonda sun
support. the first half of the year It !l'a)u To Adifrllne Invettmentt perch P.". Pncelm
Malaysia." But If one of these could present another glimpse equipment was sent. Last 1,488 settlements showed eats trees 1..ullull

feints should go too far If an over the abyss of World War IH. month, the Senate voted to ban median a ,. avalable, tar sound '", 1."d.up.o1 Cy appointment.ANM.511. .
wage rise of 7.0 centsan says,. PUBLIC NOTICI v"m.nll," Bend replms. fo Col1.er .
attack should look like the real Australia appear to have all further aid. hour, the Bureau of National ,. Counly Newt P 0 10. Lurair OTTS VIRGIL
Notice It hereby given that, a Pelition al-
County Commissioners of Collier' -
County, Florida I by the undertignedpraying ILTIf ICE
I for the vacation of Pn.da.re, ol rl r11n.nlo' ,. REALTY
CITY OF NAPLES PROPOSED BUDGET that portion' oIC.. 10 foot utility Movm1: home wlh butl itapplund.
NdlH easement lying I between Lots 40)) ... at 1211 MI."op ,/
Fiscal Year 1964.1965 i and 402 Palm Rye h'.,.., Unit 10"0 O.Mant"l '/1 IfyIt.0 Gao D..y Polly Rullo
tl..s recorded; in Plat' Book 3 oI i away lh L usIr.way Corner ol 1st Ave No 4
Page to, Collier County Record: horn carpeli" and uphol Tamiaml Trail.

A public Hearing will be held on the proposedCity A summary of the proposed budget appears You Florida ire notified that a pubho. at.v Naples Ran Furnnura electric, thawpooeyI Co ACPRIVATE

home on laid' Petition, will be held t/lM SALE
of Naples Budget for the Fiscal year beginning below. Further detail on any of the items may be by sad board at II 00 "M on / .01. NO BROKERS
load CO"d"'on' MI
Tuesday, A'I must
the 2nd day of Septam tell three bedroom
October 1 1964 in the Council Room at City Hall, obtained from the master copies of the Proposed b... 1964, at ''I'''. office In the men } 7 balk home ,n THE C MOOR
tg room in the Court House .\ Last INQJ .nlral' heal end
735 8th Street South Naples, Florida at 10:00 Budget in the office of the City Clerk at City Hall. Naples Collier County Florida 26-P"lon.1! cond,1.oninl as rpetml Ihrou.h

AM., Wednesday September 16, 1964. Interested The Proposed Budget Is based on the levyingof JANE CARL N.L ANDERSON ANDERSON ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS plate oul eacepl kite.ten 2 including bedroom"'.po..1 Com

persons will be given an opportunity to be heard, a nine mill property tax on a total assessment roll I .SOROKOTV Attorney 41 Central for t Petitioners TAYLOR, probltmt Man or women Mbor/ w'h help, drinking by calling end dithwather, paved drivewey Nce ,acre.n.dor.S todded
for or against the estimates of any item thereof. of $68,281,600.00. *1.. 'lo.ld.I.p' welcomed/ MI 2 4)11 Meeting Vititort in cerdielly FirttBepl iewn VP.M_Phone Ml 1 4104 1171"after
10. ISM
a // ; .I .lit i to t '";' :210 >tt Church A"".. on ItnIh Believe it or not 2 bed
M, *< / Ave. every Toes end
< : INTENTION TO roam I bath furmthed house
1 :E JIISCTIUO FICTITIOUS NAML Prolehl .1. 1 10 P M, nn beaiililnl no waterway

cln oPAnhs Th. u"d.ro'.d don her.by car Lose ...,.hl 00/aly' wdh "... Terre/ro. floor Carport
i GlTT--UHO lily/ that they are conducting a 0. A Dot, Tcbt.te Only' 1t.nls / Many large Royal Palm
rot riscjg TIA 196k-65tsilun ob'net tad furniture' buime' lit M..II' Dru.s00 10 minute drive la Quit Only
1)40 Devii Boulevard Napla. FlorIda PIth, Ave 10 N.pl. 110.000 DHURRY on thi* oneluiriur
under the ficlitiou" name ol' Ill Thurs II t .
Benfield/ Cabinet' Furmlure and oVfi' VIRGIL
flint sad firma competed of the 33-Service Offered MAIICI/M -- NOIII P W"'GH'
SIT5IST/0 l Dim your headlights when you following peraant what* .mi end IInl JAEGER PHIL KEYEI
I ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL / To ACTUAL IUDBIY a place of residences are at folio... DEWEY
from behind ;
. luisbnurtol- 1961.6t 1961-63 TO 5/L/64 9O/A 1963 & sWmsT PaMOtOTaes approach a car Marvin' W Benlield SEA WALLS POLLY
."f" t ahead of you. High beam lights Its ,Rainbow CoMarvin .. Naples. Fla.
t !)JI' ___ J BenlielJl CONCRETE WOOD KOCH
can blind the driver in frontof Christopher. Court Naples, REALTY
"op! ..! t 512.50 580,111 591,06.2.. 900, 9S g,962' 9t e86.116 6ttstA Fli. Foundation Piles
it the driver of
you as can Ownerthip, of Benfield Cabinet,
'her _-c.-_4251,11)._ al ill '. 066 I !)9,145 _)1.c.ftt'z.Qver an vehicle. A furniture, I I. at follow Docks-Mooring Whips 0.0 Oewey Polly, "...110.CO .
I k 28J6m. 1 k2uly oncoming Marvin, W. Banfield, (OSVervm ,"., oIsI l Ave No. 4
J. Benfield 50% IAQEN Automelie ABBOTTRadio Tamiaml Trail'
_. It It their intention to apply to MI f 41M
: the Clerk of the Circuit, Court In 1 Bdrm 2 bath fit fim
821 229 eel TT1 0 2 88 96k 1081 q -i--; OI 11 nr0 not PUBLIC NOTICE and for Collier, County, Florida 'to Radio Road port utility Mm. Seeview awn.Car
,.",.1., the Mid neme of 1..I.ld', In beautiful Sorrent Oar.
Cabinet' Furniture under the pro 2 IOU i mi 44M fens. Owner Trentferred, Ii'
PUBLIC NOTICE: vition, of Chepter 20953. Law of ceMent Condition, Open a..".
NOTICE: IS MERElY GIVEN I 1..) Florida Act of .141Witnett .. dare
Ot.2J.9! 46'SSI5 66k,910, 551,800, 202,119. 751,5/9 156,02) 91/529 a11.1e9Debl the underiigned, deairlng te engagein their hxndt, thit' Itt day SLIP COVERS CAAIIIEAN REALTY

Serif. kl.225.t kL 20O, 111.)1), 14,261. 1)5,6h. I39,3. jjl,1IL 'fl0) buimeae at Naplei, Florida 1 un September. 1961MARVIN Tropical, Drapery Up ol.I./ '. R..lla"
Her tin name AOESIGNS.. Intend W. HFNFIEID .at MI 9 AI01 711 t/ 1'SON" Trail M. .- ,
to ,..'"., the lad neme with the MARVIN J BENFIELD AUI
a It.! __ 114jLo.. .?o.130 6 24,71. _LSQL IQJ.111 I5.4aq. Ct.rb ol the Circuit Court ol ColKENNEV ). PARKS t EMERSON Need three bedoom-TW\
n //n ants 15,000, _)5000 Ile Court y' Florid/ Attorney at Law 36-Wanted To Buy homef Near tchoolt. near 'Ito
JOHN ALLEN 'SlOTT"G 165 51 h Avenue South pmt encloted brad, F H A:
.. !, ._ 5,12L 1l. 67k 12111116, 166)98. X0,951 )0,000 !0,000 HENRY SCHRYVEft Neple, Florid' Uud p.up touc' want.Ood ... commitment .".,I.bl. Meke on
CONDON McDANIEL Sept 1. 10, I24 S8 C"dIO", 5lahimn Prop offer |I2,MO O.vid C Jonas
- -- Suite 7, Belch BuildingTALLAHASSEE, -- .,to.. M..I.".", Co 1111 2ndAI R..lto", nl SIC Ave So MI

111, 81J.2n. 192.11. 4 1, 6 6k 1081 k k I 07 067 I,0 0 6xerenivue N.pl.., Florid.Aup TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA/ 5n 5/76 'I 7150 1/OS 61
1170,71, Sept. 1. I'.U. 11215 NOTICE
-- -.- . -- .-. NOTICE: It hereby given' that the 38-Autos For Sale 58-Lots For Sale
FLORIDA State Board of Education of FlorIda .
NOTICE: will offer for tale end receive T7rrr!.imr, .ihmorr, .TTuirverlible Iu.r.Iw.', a."u"'ul, ( lut
NOTICE le hereby given the the cTru.l.n /for Stale .u"or '
UMMACY kid type Hunt good end near new
ro-r ASS of the Interne! Improvement 7r.tll.I,: : era:, Ire tulphuralt ready for your trip 11000 Will High leke School, coo
r11CAl Yua : dtott. 12100 Phone
14 Fund oIli.. Siete ol Floride and/or brine covering the re Tall Larry at W ..
will, oiler for sale end receive com. ,,'v.d Interest In the underlyingItroleum Plymouth 'II Stelesn Lliil. ___ 1/7\ ''
petilive' ...I.d bide lor a State Drilling end petroleum product
L.... lor oil .... eulphur, eeltandoi .Id bll ..''d 1.1., Lard of Edu 195. 6u.k i 4 doo-"ula 59-Acre.ge
annum .8TI"I'ID 1'165a.AIIJrlCATIOII brine. covering the rnevsdIntent tetion of Floriddetcnbed ''n. Its.ollowm m.t.c) tranimns,0n and IvodI
.. :: I",.. 56011) May b. uan .1 In ..ion.win
'in the underlying petroleum land ii ttse CountiesCOIN. ol I" US 41
fOAfflb4: '9f30/t4 fO arva1; m k end petroleum, products held by ,,,. and N.ndry. 10rtd., l0 w'b 1116 10lh Street North Tel IIU acre Terms Collar Coon
1961.62 1962.63 196) ) 6i, UQoss? Susan eaid, Truateee ol the /Internal Improvement action, II, Twp. 4t I. Rg*. 2. t 501} 911 JIUU 'y Racily list 0" the Tra.5IS .,.

M.v"r Cou"cl I 10 k 2 10.0IU. ..592. JI 1 ,,787. 10J87 iO.J87. l IO.l frCltv ,Fund In the following: E NO ecru "ty o"II. L.loro" 4 d. H T. solid 1/
described land 'In the Countyo/ lection II, Twp 44 black, white interior, full cow
M..a.. 16 7'6' 16,181. 1J.577. 3kk6. 1'.02) ISS62. 21,062, 21,062Clerk Colder, ,, Florida' to,wit: E I'O ecret Collier, County .',, eir" conditioning, SitU Cell l IU A Treclt'i'V'lO*
NWIt olE N of lection 10, Townahip .: I II, TMp1 ( Rge 21 Larry Taylor at 16551. Wood Thot Per A.
CI.v 6..01. .L16),686. 2.566 7.ISl 1,513. 7.57), 7.62J.'n 4* South' Renge 7Les6 E MO urn Collier County. Chrytlar Plymouth: Jeep /o' Farm an Land escelIsnt "v.'m.1

"M 2ft.28ft n.HI I I6.65 8197. 1ft 84S 26Ok2 n.859. 56.ftH. 40 f ecru of endNWH NWU of Section, S, lection I. MO 1Iwo.acres -. 41 Collier* Age County JO \L.LI. '10 Acre trect. WJH' on Isles

CIty H.II 16 836 I 1).207. '15.501. 6.U5 22.6)5 22,159. 29,79). 2".908. 40 Township( ac,..4( South, Range 10 Cast, hd, ...,hat. I.d.I..m.d... E."on, that Ih.1rIsrei 45-Trailer! For Rent oCap"Neplet to Hi Marco way, new Itland' pro Route.5.

.. ... t '''M .V 1I. It' 11.018 t 7.280 I.It'I. 10.77'' .__10,191. Ilpk2. 11.8'2.Tu I.d Tu.'... oIM/ 1"1..1 )1m. lace thell require' royelty I payments ..... .Adjecent ably NIhor Lend then Priced Conid.
w.Ih T\I\
pov.m.1 Fund hwa d.ml".d e/, one eighth, in kind, or in value for Trad.,5 II a sun Good
h..... Collect 12.678 12.516. ..62. .292.. 1J.7Sft 1))09. 1..15.. 1 I".ns. that Ilia Inn shall re4u.re reyel. ,OA and gat produced from teid, land 111 e wen Spica n a w.eb Tem.. Open SundaysCARIISEAN
ty payments ol 0". e 55th's kind oneHy' .ron1 1 ton for Woe Crab 1rr.ler Plrb REALTY
.. kl 21.H2. 27,121. 27.086.
'A. I. 'MIM 11I.070. U.S i4,09. 7.207. or in valueor oil end get produced tulphur. salt I "I"ll.: other brines 1/7111 Realtors
.,,11.. 81.0. 8'.687 66.5)6. H.20). 99,7J9 100.HIt. IS.9S2. 116.569. from teid lands, end flly centtper produced. from end land end ." MM N. Tr.MI 21151 l
long ton for sulphur, tell end/or annual rental of One Dollar III I 00)
.1.. UISO. 26.)09. 16,35). ..8n 14,1St H,008. 57.SIJ. 1.0,001.I other brines produced Irom said per net mineral, acre for the ariadetcnbid 48-Apti. For Rent N oc.. Inds IS 00 down. and
'."d. end ." ennuel rental ol II 00 above, the annual rental ) 00 per month No intere
.......I..e ._.!t24221.k6 56f 21t.SI7. 17.2)9 61,756 "S,105. 52.2"S. 1t7 6k0 per net mineral, acre for the eree 10 inert. fivo percent <*,%> oftuch Elhcence Day Wcn, or !I ItOOO On. mile' from Golden
... II. WM" described ebove. the nil '."1.) ennutl, rental alter the t rtt Meals, 11015 "OTILI M57307 Gate City, Open Sunday Col.I. .
to increete uv"r, .coa l of tuch i two year* lies will, require" that cr MI 7CIhl Ear. County Realty "" tf

A"'I"'u..lo"' I 1I.78 k 8.176. III1..W.1.L1'd.. __ zeHe -lLZOl.ZS. s. pea/n.l, ,years Lease will alter require the firsttwo that lettee operiliont thall/ commence for the end campiete elat ./0 110 1100 e Five .... tract clot le Naplet'

["dl""a' I. k 69. 1 .188. 2.ftH'H -7M 1.600 1.600 ...nnLo. I..... Ihalce.rnencl end corn.pl.e least on* till well within drilling the 'U, I bd.m E"' ''I'm, en reed Near poll ceurte. IM
operationt for the tics TV A.? Cent 141 down |IO down 110 per month.
'. U" '0' 1110 .. "" drilling oPt heal to and one half" ,..,. period lye a.. ,601 'I'". MARLOWE 4 BECK 411 Ith
"" .1"0 ClI" _i.L II.A 7 _J.1J O .IIIIL --D.35D.Hrb.5. leett one tett well within the of the term of the line ell wall*
Ave So MI
first two end one hall ,... period to. be drilled la t d. ,,, ef /400pnn . 1 Mil
C tn.A 76.157 76.615. 5J.I6J..L..Q1!! ,. ---1.Ll.U _u"90 .0..50. '..JShr. ol the term of the ,Inn: ell walls hN or le m. lop .f 'h."fcwo G1. living I Bedroom room end Apartment plenty of L.cupboerd . I/10 Hun Thurs If

... "a M.I".. lot u... uu.. 51.207. 11I.719. 9,3o.! _43J21 I19J2L ._.19J26. to be drilled to a depth ol MOO '...eou, ''ch.v.. i* low*' The tpec* Refrigerator *
feet or lo the lop of the Lower C,.. Ur. 0' the lease will, be Mange furmthed, A>r "d1,0.or 65-Cen. Real Edit
Street '''I __ _ : f---- ___ '.uou.. whichever ,it Iowaprimary ", The five 11 yeertlidding 40 nester 'n N.plcs, P....

.. crO"" t "... .. .... 0116.,. 8.0st..JL'.61.' )6,600 ,39.116. _J1.l1Q. live li> term".....of Ine I.... will h I T bane he, a .h.1I cart b.ces'deelon a" ISa, Call MI > MO/ 1'71 If AHGAINS "NTON"

P.b F.,k..n, 67.85 65.U'. O.IU TSe lIdd, ,". shell be .n the bet's I fur the lees. the amount afwhich EBB TIDE APTS. 3 bedroom 2 bath waterfront
4.199. __ 19JQL 86..611.0 WJ.UII.. --JJ.IOO. of I u.h co"d."O", the ca.h consideration, halt home ".. .'m."'* or .
Inch I Llke Ma IAt. 5.9. I 1t0J. .j869 I llL 1,200_. _JtJ590 J.L150 1t.1l00h. I...., m0 0".mount.h.1I Indudl 01/ .heh olfer, culteonad.nt ,,include 011. of rental for the f,>rttyear Weekly Monthly I S..onMod"n man', delight. lit/ .SOO. Make of.
0' the rule titled above furmthed elficienclet' for
II", .." 1..01 .0 60. I.MO1..U1.. _.-.J..6iA. _L000. '."1.1 for the I list yes' 11 CAI eases i Copy :: the leee' form it available 4 bedroom apts

.. ... Haled above Cop/ olAe lease i for intpeclion n the Slate Lend Kelly Fid C:, Naplet/ F/ M .ro 5.115./ 17 late
'M' (II "'" ..., '''' .--1.J.SQ..151L _-.L.ASa.. form It oveilabie lor inspection in :i Office. Ell,ot *u ding Teliahattae. 7/' If oil McO.or IIv" near Coop
,... .. .... .... the Slate Land 0" ce Elliot Building i Florida. The luccettful bidder .
...bbIlC.llo' TojE1.- 25 I.61t'. .u. M lIt 0. 117.101 I .H. 7 ". '"I Tellahatsee. Cerel BridM end Junior College
Florida The
titceteful well be required to pay all cottt Paved elreet Only 1200
[...10.1 ee mall 10.757. 1(1t"0 st.091 "."nn 1t4JJL.ItI.IOO.. 44M O. It" bidder will b. required lo tdvertittment of the, notice. All SABLE SHORES APTS. .aM. I.m.
pay oil cattt Of tdvartitemenl of i bet rover b. .cCO"'p,"'." "I t.. Ml, 2 un
Co"t'.CI Service' ...21 12 l"lt II.JS9. '.O kl I I'-ItOO. I ) ItOO, 3 kMlscellaoaous .500. 70.000 Ih''. notice All bids,, mutt be cc.cempaald t I.f.d, .r Gsn.r'1 Cft..k ", .d. peY. 1.111/ Read end Arua Ave II acre en Ft Lauderdale Ml.

11II "" '". 'U ". II... "' "". OM ", .nn 'I'MC"I"o. Check mede by certified the or, Cetrtier Trusteesol sole I le. tot Mau loan/ of Ed..u. CON HiNT way, one mil. from Stele Reed]
r-I"V. : hen 0' PlanOeor the /full ..meantd lit IMS per ecre. Terms
.n I.. ,,,,, .IU .. ..., I.' .. OM ..lLQ2D.1S..I1gg" tho Interne Fund : me ash co.dor.llO" of.Ods Nu duplsa .p,. 7 I.dooon. wad! why
of the Stele of Florida for full heHalN 7 5.15' esch near buch Etenter

..h ....... 16.(5 ... 'n ..k16 /lU n,' ...JiLJ1LlO.1 1. 10.000. .nn"" amount othe, cash consideration' t bee may be ',,:.d I" the Ideal for teacher WillurnsS m acre temptte, II ft. ale
flare at bid. Lend / if "*....d CatMrs '
t H,1. Office III.ot/ I. 'd. vetion t* mile frm Jan* M..
Sealed bidt may be filed In the i Tell.h...... "orod., 'n adwnce 0' Donald Brackeit Midway 2 1422 monel Highway' |74I ca>h.
It.,. Land Office Ellict Building, i the 00l loll h..It. Haled..r e 715.1 .fI.. 5 prn and enw.k An.. bein. eremed, by Golden
Telloheetoo. Florida. in advance of ,. may N "...."'.d I. thI Coarst eons '/11 101 Gate Eitete.
Sub.tonI" iii 66S.It,1o erg doT 8.7 27. .....71..703 121..77 gal .978 018 01. 878.28'1o. the sots dele hereinafter, .,.,.... erm.y their meeting' on aid dateHod .naeyana
bo presented lo the Boerd et 0' the oesmng 0' She bids' 49-Houm For RentANGE I'm not bene, my health.,,
their meeting en ..'d dele in ad1 .. bide will b. opened eN You can get the boot Collier
... c.Jh'd opening; 0IAe bidt n.al the meeting of the ttid, ) IIOROO.... BATH', County Reel Eeteto Invettment
. _.. 11.121_ n. ... . The i
< :.t-. .- -1.LZZL! I. '" 1J .137.56 10.'n' will, be opened end Led Education teptomoer PURNI5MED.' Cal NOME by coming te my eff.ce TO.
C.o.1 I Addl.I"o l l In.S07. .7 '6 .In 6AE.96y 17. OO. I07.7n U 11M reed Trustees et the of the meeting/ of! the sad i I II, I'M et 00 A MO" (SIT ) i NEAR SCHOOLS SHOPPING S DAY 5.2tot 41
nl.eawprpvo ,j the Beard Room of the Governor OOL COURSE YEARLY
menj Fund on teptember. KM Office in the I'.'. tapeslaid. "INfAL 0 H. LUFF
__ __ _ II" PER MONTH
_ u. _ __ at 1C 00 A M 1C: IT' ,n the 10.'. ing, Tallahettte Florida Said Sac Ft E:, Broker

'''tal 0 __ )'!!!:: ,. ."Olt 6l.041 JDI4IL the Room Store.of the Cepilel Governor"Building, Office. Telia-)in i!Board I any end reserves ell bet the right to reject/ 0. N'NUPPA. 421 N.*"IH,.*.SI.110.Fie. .

hastee ,
Florida laid Beard ,. ..
----t I, BY ORDER of the title Board ofEducetion .. R L. .
nM ICe 1a1 eny end oil bide I of Florida, Ninth 66lnsuFincetl
BY OlJOER ol I on AugustFARRI1 421 N. NertS5IS
the Trutteet of
Interne the I 11. at64. I'Hlpl.... Plerlds
Improvement Fund of the BRYANT,
ARCHIE TURNER, Mayor Ittto of Florida. on August 4, 19M. Governor Money ,. Eaty Paymn
FAMRI' '* BRYANT, /Attest- Plan. Auto
City of Naples, Florida An.M: <* *,"., rhomee D. ..,1.1. CALL TilE NEWS FOR ( Pare.JAEOR Owner.,
IasrNeryteal. { INSURANCI1
William R Kidd, Director Board of EducelionAug RUBBER STAMPS Ave.
September 3, 1964 No. 267 Aug 10. It. Sept .. 10. 151t2i 70I0,5.51 I, 10. 1H4 fl'.l ( Ml t K.Mh Math 7/t.*.Wk

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8 COLLIER COUNTY NW[ N.pl.i Fit.. TKur.d.r Snpicmb.r 3 l lI 101

: I Name 2 WhitesAs 4' Plan To Up Social Security

: I t Navy Pilot, Shot Down Lemuel Killers Penn Of Payments Beaten In Senate

(I\NII-LSVIUI': 1 I Ga. AP +.. .A 1 rr WASHINGTON (AP) The Under the plan the
t Bv Reds Joins Family Two white met have been Senate today defeated 64.23, a ment could work ,through goven.estab.
i imi'il i in of i st.id. 'im'iii ,- (hekillet.s proposal, of Sen. Winston L.Pi lashed health organizations i
01| Neap; ] SAN i The pilot and his uel Penn. Tin- -..tatcmcnruv Social SecUorlt paying: for
DIEGO, Calif i tl: -- comely 111bunn.halred''Ife minimum monthly services for beneficiaries.
Sara read In court Navy U. Charles F. KIII'I1'"III.' i > arrivedit retirement payment amendment makes It clear that
the Jet pilot shot ,loll Ii \er lltJO p.m. from Travis \n\ of their "Uor'( i 1'1''' I rr"> "<""' $40to'70. Industrial health plans
Lao and captured by Cmiinu, Force BAM, Calif., where she The FBI said no, "ijti'rm'id,I PI'' ut\ "lie red this II a sub. that of Kaiser Industries such a-
Mats had gone to mt him earlier in read Wedne.rI,1Jt ll" 1 lm, ,,' the healthcare pro.
nearly three montht\ o.I. >, nt t u"u i Im i could be used.Manefleld .
I I. horn again with his \1111' ,nd the evening after Ms night from Joseph Howard Sims ,sail] <' } i tilt and the $7-per.munth cash
two children\ today. Honolulu. William Myeis. MS ll7l1l'd, ] bs i ijc eftt increase adopted by theN said the measure
But the story of his es' ate i| to Both wore l lets as they ramp James S. Ld"kR111'i "I,l 'tout + c ,it. \\',' Thailand and saetIs let t d11 i hp down the plalw's ramp at San men charged In the slaunr' matt' Lion< package proposal the House late todaIt nut ,
told, when the Navy 10 docleee.i < Diego Klusmann.. attired in Penn, of Washington l>.l.., T11-' Prpulam lIdln.nt was he said, final action will\ come:
Klusmann 30, was limping khaki cotton trousers, a short. was Shot to death earl Jul II t t' r Hi >( IK l he considered a* Friday in time for a three-da.;
slightly and one arm \lH !htI1. sleeved shirt and Uppers.. Ills as he drove through, north Geor bo "it* Democratic leader Day weekend.
dated when he arrived ,it Noith wife clung firmly to his arm. gla with two legislation settled
Island Naval Air Station Ute Navy official said that he Although Lake has ret,u'Hat. h''," lal Sec'urlt\ bill was
Wednesday night. Those uniting would be checked up Immediately ed the statement, It was admit. Sen Mike Mansfield, D.Mont., Wednesday 44 with a dramatic 49.
vote to add to It hospltall/a.
to greet him Included Adm. at a San Diego naval hos. ted as evidence b\ Superior the rnaji'im' leader, obtained an lion .
and other health care benefits
Thomas H. Moorer romm imler< plUI for Injuries he received Court Judge Carey Skelton aft. jKuvnient\ to limit deiite on for '.
In chief, Pacific Fleet, who had when he was shot down. .r an hours-long legal battle be. all remaining amendments, persons ovir >
Increased: retirement and oth.
briefed him before the lleuten. Klusmann embraced his par. twen defense attorne\ James Pioun said that, In anevent >'
er benefits would also be
ant' plane went down In Laos ants, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L.Klusmann Hudson and a special rrosecu- r; L he thought there was lit. vided" and both the tax rate-pro.
June 6."Admiral. of Arcadia, Calif., tor, Jeff Wayne tie chance the House would ac.
and the wage base on which
low. you a big and placed a lei around hi.mother' the As Wayne read the statement, \'f-t; /P'Phlh"t"/, cept the" health plan when the they are levied would be raisedto
apology," Klusmann told Moor. neck.Asked courtroom became deathly pending bill Is returned to !that
er. "You told me not to get shot by newsmen If he had silent The Jury oi' white men PK.UK: : l'l.tSoulh: Vietnamese Buddhist leaders joined students in pledging a two- branch, meet the added costs
down, and I did." any help In escaping or met any listened ImlJ8l<1lvely. month conditional inoutonum on demonstration to permit the new acting! premier. And House Republican Lead It was the first time either
"That1 all right Chuck," other Americans In prison, At one point, Wayne quoted; !NKUMTI Xoan Oanh to firm up a government Here In Saigon( Buddhist monk ChonOicu ei Charles \. Halleck told a branch of Congress eve; Iud
aid the admiral "it's good! to Klusmann refilled "I can't say "Berth Sims and Idlers fired,. center talk to students Hex Tran \an then :Mini. "I at kit news confetence the same agreed to Into write the a health: can
have you back." anything about that." shotguns into the Nee rocs'' u." thing, Halletk was asked about Social program Sl'CUI'Istl'lII.\ 29.ear-old. The

Reliable sources in Vientiane, Myers' wife, expe. ting a mediately, but Van Cool said all vaccination certificate of Kath. the prospects of a Senate.lUnibeccwfei Senate I'I'Jt'I) Il'd' similar .
Laos, said today that Klusmannwas fourth child at am time, hurst Around IIP needed was one empt room leen Milton, 26, has expired and 'ence committee" \\mklng I960 and IDC.( :. propos.alsln
helped by Meo tribesmen Into tears. She and Sims mother so that "we can get our sleeping therefore she cannot be allowed out some modification of the
Dora Takes A source said Klusmann was sobbed. Several other women bags out and cook with our to enter Australia Immediately! Senate bill. He said he" foresees
believed to have effected his seated' nearby \began to < i\ equipment." She said she could nut have anew no compromise that would
escape alone fled to the hills Lackey who faces tl pal liter, M The Immigration Department vaccination now because prove acceptable"
and met a small guerrilla unit was quoted as saUnu lie "hadno announced later that it had she Is expecting a baby The minimum $70 benefit pro. Holland
of Meo tribesmen. They escorted Idea they would really I shoot The World found suitable lodgings Van Her husband Dr. Rod Milton, posed bj Front compaiesltli. Votes Registered
Swing Away Mm: to a national army out. the Negro and was vest sur. ;Gool plans to settle In Saska. is an Australian studying and $-12 in the" bill as it passed the"

frost that, sent a signal to the prised" when two shots were By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I loon. The family came from working at the Georgian ClinicIn House or $47 in the Gore-Ander. Against! t Medicare
American military at fired. Atlanta. son amendment" written In to the
Thailand and a plane or hell., Clete Johnson, the state pros MONTREAL, Qua (AP) Mrs. said her father, legislation Wednet\ WASHINGTOND: nor

From LandMIAMI source sent for 19us ant, eculor, was asked later hd,re. Jules from Van Belgium Cool\ an arrived auto mechanic here Australia (AP) George saucer 74, Is gravely sans Albeit Gore D lnlan there two senjlnis: ueonre> Sina.

the la Id.I porter If the statement would Wednesday' to begin. a new life An Australian l woman who fiew 111 with in Brisbane quickamendment adoption oda\ and Sppssud Holland,
(AP) Two Atlantic Ills escape to Thailand was serve to reduce the barge of He brought with him his wife here from Atlanta, Ga., to see slightly' moclilMnc were a i vldlnil '
hurricanes whirled northwardover made known Tuesday. Briefing murder against Lackey lie her critically ill father has been the Social Security health-carp against the amendment II lalllnj:
and 11 children In
water today toward Impotence officers said they hoped to determine said, "No he's ,ubJe,t to the from 3 to 23. ranging age placed In quarantine for two There are 54000 turkeys plan adopted bthe Senate fur medical care 101 i 1 the aged
-one with a $115 million later today when he same penalty as the others.' weeks in :New York slate with a GoreAndeWedneaday \VediiesdaThe amendment
damage bill pinned to her tail will he permitted to grant Inter. In a surprise move, state attorneys finding There was accommodations some difficulty Im in. Authorities said the smallpox \ alue of $354: ,000), amendment. passed 49.4)I.tttm I.
by the governor of Florida. views. dropped hanes against
Cov. Farris Bryant asked "It's( great to be bark," was the foul th defendant Herbert'
President Johnson to designate his only comment when lie Guest and called him to the N111111 N1 N/N111NN011 N1 NI NI t+.+_ N11 NIIIIIII

as a major dlaster area the reached Travis at 8:45 p.m. The stand as a ,prosecution wltnt'.s.
portions of Florida clouted by Navy had said beforehand that Guest Insisted he could not
Hurricane Cleo. there would, be no Interviews remember giving a statement to
Cleo, which raked the Florida there either. the FBI about the slaying. A MESSAGE FROM YOUR
east coast a week ago with The Klusmann children Guest still faces a federal con.
spectacular damage from Mi. Diana 3, and Richard, 8 *... did splracy charge under the civil
ami to Fort Pierce was report. not go to Travis with their rights law.Wants.
ed 380 miles north-northeast of mother because Richard has the

Bermuda moving easUiortheast.at 11 a.m. (EST) and flu.Island.Neither did they go to North COLLIER COUNTY ASSOCIATIONINSURANCE

Hurricane Dora, storming But Mrs Klusmann delivered Food Ban

along far east of the West In. Richard' message at Travis On NationsVho of
dies, took a northwesterly tack "Tell daddy to hurry home.
that lilted the pressure from And, oh yeah, tell him I said Trade With Cuba
the northern Leeward Islands hello.
Neither storm was headed for MIAMI (AP) Needy nations AGENTS
that trade with Cuba would
land the
any area, VJS. Wea.
ther Bureau said. U.S. Stepping Up no surplus food from the United
Dora still was a powerful hur. States under an amendment
rlcane. Wheat ShipmentsTo sponsored| by Rep. Paul Rogers When Hurricane Threafe'nsj

The big blustery storm still D.Fla.
Flooded IndiaNEW The amendment was tacked
packed winds up to 115 miles an 7
hour. DELHI, India (AP) onto a bill already approved by /
the Senate The bill would extend
A hurricane watch was dlscon.The United Stales is stepping up
I tlnued for Puerto Rico and the its shipments of wheat to this the food-for-peace programfor
I Virgin Islands and the northern hungry nation as heavy mon. three years.
Leeward Islands and gale warn. soon rains multiply the misery Rogers' amendment halted. Take That 'Stitch In Time'do;;;
logs were discontinued in the by flooding vast areas of valu. shipment of surplus food to nations -
northern Leewards.At able cropland. which allow their ships to ..
11 a.m. (EST), the Wea. Indian officials announced visit Cuba yeaq.L
ther Bureau reported Dora had Wednesday 80 U.S. ships are be. "It makes no sense for Amer. Your local Civil Defense di gency rations will be provided. 8. Check lamps and flashlight "
turned to anorthwesterlycourse. log used to rush shipments of leans to see surplus foodstuffs rector and American Red Cross batteries. Cheek emergency '
It was pinpointed at surplus American wheat. subsidized by their hard.earned suggest the following emergency S. Pets cannot be taken to cooking facilities and be lure J
latitude 19.2 north, longitude They are to bring four million tax dollars being sold to foreign Information for your protec. thelteri, to be sure to leave adequate fuel lion hand Lay
58.7 west or about 460 mile tons between now and February countries which do not share our tion: plenty of food and water for In a supply of canned goods
east northeast of San Juan, -twice the amount that had views that Castro must not be them. and milk. Electric service ray
Puerto Rico. been alciacl In any way" Rogers said shut off
scheduled. be damaged or at s
In 1. If feel Insecure in 4. If you art staying! home,
a statement received your
In MI. you
By that hour If
winds Food reachhurricane
of 23 shortages have touched and safety precaution
nearest Red lath awnings
the remove or
amt home, go
miles an hour had been report. off demonstration throughoutIndia force.
ihelter, Evacuate exposed close shutters. If are board.
The Cross you
ed at St. Kitts and St. BartheUemy and have resulted In the was lacked<
and islands eaily.. Pre. log use lumber and
onto beaches up strong
legislation allowing the
had winds of 27 miles an arrest of thousands of Commu. 7. Conserve refrigeration,
hour. Both are In the Leeward fist agitators. Police said they wheat United States to sell excess itorm tides may cut you off. nail door iccuiely. Brace French Turn your box and freezer to
Islands. have arrested mote than 8,400I. grain dairy products 2. Take blanket and pillow cold and leave on II long is
It was about 1,400 mile east, "imunists In the Red strong. and other foodstuffs to need\' to shelter If ipecial diets or 5, Collect and place indoors possible. Open only when absolutely .
southeast of MiamI hold' of Kerala State, nations. baby formulas are needed, take loose objects such al cant yard necessary and close quick. HURRICANE WARNING FLAGS
materials with you. Only emer tools, and porch furniture. I ly. Refrigerators and freezers
will stay cold much longer if

these precautions are taken cease, but do not be fooled. Di tails for police, firemen doctors
FLAG AND LIGHT WARNING SIGNALS 8. Your water supply may not go out. The wind will reo nd, Red Cross. Disaster Units

SOLD! fail. Sterilize your bathtub and sume from the opposite div,,"-
other containers and fill with Lion often with greater force 14 If damage is widespread,
water. than before 'do\ ml ;''Tthe telephone sys
>> ten: toeport interruptions
fr'N.h + "" 9. Fill your car with gasoline 14 After the stoim be ciutlous md",;dull electric, gas, water,
/ I of every m"ve, Do not trd te.tphon .service. Utility
10. As the storm progresses touch fallen or tow hsngn' compinl' have plans for com
Within 7 Hours After listen to your radio for frequent wires of any kin.) under sty plate service! restoration. Report
I advisories from the circumstances: Avoid puddles individual trouble only after
weather bureau and the Disaster with fallen wires 4n th m. services are back on in your
Committee of your Red Cross, Watch out for weakened limb, neighborhood,
These are official. Do not spread porches, bridge etc.<<: which:

; ctw'le inall....,.u. (a warning mall. k.(Harm...h) 0.1. warning. wi.ds ...- rumors. might collapse.' 17. flo' report immediately such
hazardous renditions ss
!! ; 1e wn4! la IS ....iI.. yet beer. n la 54 ...,ie. p u'' hau. 11. While storm wind blow 15. Us your phone for emir- live electric wires and broken

.. stay Inside. Keep a door or win. gentles only. embed switch. gas end water malm.IS. .
dow open on the side away boards may prevent emergency
.. from the wind. Be quick to Us. extreme caution with
!.r1 close It If the wind changes direction emergency lighting or cooking

Was Delivered r ,,_ I other side and open one on the r fames to avoid tire hazards.

19. Proton your health. Boll

1r : I 12. Use flashlights if possible water before drinking.

;;; I A gust of wind might upset a 20.( If you reed help before or
? *'t' ; I lamp or candle and cause fire titer the storm watch for police
rjTo" ..: Met Red Cross d:sister workers
>&' ,*. "... p>1iJ/ wh.l. e.1.' w..I.., wln... Mu"'.... .....1..|, "1.,1., 13. If the storm center passes c' rr.w rf Jvil Defente.
V "
dam IS ,. 71 ...n.. ar haw. red ..d. whit. fl.|. and your area then will be a calm
t'l llghif at ihawn .v., period or lull lasting from sever 21. K*''r your radio on for
8 *! minutes to half an hour. all official! reports from your
Wind and rain may completely local rstditf station.


Results. - When! a hurricane reaches as close as 600 miles from the mainland of Florida you

will find insurance companies ceasing to write coverage. Contact your agent now and

2 HAPPY PEOPLE be sure you have adequate coverage on your home, business, etc. If you wait until

another hurricane threatens, you will have waited too late!

SELLER & BUYERFOR Collier County Association of Insurance Agents

Benson Insurance Agency N. P. Sloan Insurance

878 5th Avenue South 560 9th Street SouthSmith.Lesher

Brunk Miller Insurance Agency Insurance, Inc.

FAST EFFICIENT LOW COST 493 3rd Street South 797 5th Avenue South

ADVERTISING CALL Collier & Long, Inc. Roney Insurance Agency

Everglades Fla. Immokalee, Fla.

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