Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: September 10, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Preceded by: Collier County news
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Friday a ilh rain likely to. 1 Sept. 10 i tat 21SS 11:21 8:8
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day and f*. local IIho..ra.
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HEIDELBERG, O. r m t n'.1F
) In American soldier
who asked" fe11'llItll'al asylum
Pounded By Dora in' Chechoslovakia In 1030 Is
tn'"trM++' l '
f III' ll.S1'111) custody Aim)
I mopejii: lieadquaitei an.
tunmcecl today .
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP)-Ilur, In the hum:, ane's Lath were "I've lied Iii, Jac'ksonx Ij'I t i IN'I He Is Spec. :.1\ John D. With,
rlcane Dora began a thunder southern Geol \\:101,, umeious ''It. mlife and tm dad Iii > .I i >r.' !. ih" vent to the Communist
ous trek across northern Florida les along the northeast, Gulf all his life, and this Is the st country) N'ovvmU'i1 1050:; and
today after smashing at St. coast of Florula and all that storm either of us ever saw' tr lived 1 there mull Feltl'lIo110GI.\ ) .
Augustine and Jacksonville witha lay between, Including Florida's said contractor Fran, is P. a 14'r, 1 t'hen lie went toustiU and
giant sledgehammer of wind capital of Tallahassee L'Engle. asked" for political 38\IlIIu tlu and tide. Cov. Farris Br\ant, given Water flowed hip deep n the .Vimdfilciils leaimnl Tnc'''.
The storm, somewhat diminished emergency powers bhis cabinet ancient Slave Market Square in djthat t \\lit (,Uniifcl to le.cnlfi .
but still massive after Its said he would ask the fed. the heart of picturesque St. Au. CtMinaiu tn surrender i
abrasive collision with the north. eral government to declare the gustine, the nation s oldest in and hi' war taken. Irto custory')
east Florida c'oast. sent Its gales Jacksonville. Augustine region and the home of lp>,000 peisn is. /in Mi'ttenwalil/ Cfiinan\'.
whistling westward toward a disaster area. Giant old oaks that have Ills wife, Mattle Ltnilst, lives
Florida's panhandle and north. weathered tempests through the at i-pt' .InftflcM, Tenn,
ward and up the Atlantic coastto centuries were uprooted. Most
South Carolina. streets Inundated. Power
Brunswick, Ca., a resort city was out were Cluing SlOt'LP I ;: ;ilea Park) has- Inili'iinitc'h rtestdiMit: I :
about 100 miles north of St. Au. All's Quiet In Jacksonville a city of
< ,d I eiiioui'intMit ofiiln
II o\ s I p ii n t
gu&tlne, suffered Its worst stormIn 250,000 with a modern gleaming !govpinint'iit's r"IIII''VI'nl.1l

20 years from flve.foot tide skyline-homes were unroofed press 1'11'11.1Thl' \\ .
and gusts that shattered win. streets flooded power lines, IIvl.\\'I.I..I,1.. |i| nii'asiuplua
dow s. ripped roofs and toppledtrees At Immokalee poles and trees tossed to the lieen nuclei sharp attack
at 85 miles an hour. ground in a tangle. *
f i'cnn JcminallKts\ \(\ ('hal'It11t
Unofficial Where tides did not reach
estimates put dam.
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was clc-slfiicvl: lo mu//li the
age so far In the tens of mil. to damage buildings, torrential 1% n'Ir'
h piesa Tin ItIWI'I'IIIIU'1 said llhr
lions. rains lashed the h : .
by shrieking
r .".
SiteWeeds Ill11.111 lll'CI'KSIM\ Id plC'VC'Ilt
Building moaning winds did. Hundreds of
+ ,
tin1 peers from' fciiiioiillne mi.
homes had wlnd.drlven rain on feat

are sprouting on i Ie their floors. Thc aillcui Uodiic'Hcl ij' waxcunsliliMi'd
Files site of At 11 a.in. (EST), Dora was lo
a proposed $305,000 complex a pii'limlnii\ ) slip
City of buildings to house ml. centered about 70 miles west. evi'iiluil ii-pt'al' of thl'( law.Park .
grant workers just off SR 846 southwest of Jacksonville near raid Ito I Bnvc'iniiii'iitfpc'Cl
the Florida State Prison at Ral.
on the southern fringe of Immo. Ito picas to IIIIII'I|IIIIII'
kalee. ford. It was moving westwardat Itself

Appeal In Excavating and clearing work about 10 m.p.h.
to construction "With this movement" said
prepratory was IUUL1N: (.\r) Two I':art
undertaken last March, but was (Continued on page 2) 11
Peillu couplcH" ami Ihc'li
Tax SuitRelated halted May 8 by contractor Leon ths j ,el! a into Cllll'llt'll ereu/NNI| |III \west 111'1'1111IIIII'III
McCormick He has filed suit In the( night lililcli-n, In a
Circuit Court to foreclose alienIn
Remember? t icfilgorator! I i' u rk U'lioalli
Story Page 8 an effort to settle an unpaidbill v _. _.._ _... Meat
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The City of Naples and codefendants of 1677.50 he claims Is due .
The chllclieii \\1'1"! ilniKinilWill
fourth annlver.
In the Vincent H. Con. from a West Palm Beach firm nary Today of "D Is*Day"the In Collier Coun. IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAH AGAIN ht.11 Collier Counti'n lately l ) ,11'1'1'1111 l pills III plC'VC'Ilt

boy submerged-land contracts for dragline work done up to young ladies! contemplate entering the Swamp Ituirirv) JiU't-n contest them frmil in.,u\liik .mnulm*

lawsuit have appealed totheState May The 8. story apparently began ty.On September 10, 1960. HurrU and the swamp buggy fans jM then 1JIIICI! l' tuned up I In 1111 effort Kli.le Under guards won. In.H'tlllt .

Supreme Court to reverse Clr. last March 19, when the Collier cane Donna churned across the to capture the kind's ciown. One of the tewaids/ for S\\ limp |1I111C1C\! | | tllC \11'Illk. .
Archie
cult Judge July .
decision in favor of C Odom'f n i'IJOJT County Building Department 1 I.. Keys and scored a direct hit on \i (loyalty is this annual mud bath in front of tluv juIlICI' stand, lleio West, | Hetlln pullciMil the
Splngler sued Permit No, 4753 for a "con. the county. Packing lSO.mil Tony Caimo of Immokalee. last 'I'ltI"K' grand 1)l'lzt'I hllu',' nn l TontmvDees child)'I'll laiiSinl; ,IIIIJMI"1II I tu1'
City Attorney Daid\ .,...... . .... 41cj 14"rj ** JWafPfcn,I'
-wtndsj -Donna Inund4 Eiver. ..TJ + .. .
tholltti' wr
filed Ms appeal 'wUfiThe county struct Ion Job on side" Kirk bf U3oTTaiid; 'tltfe" IDCa-Swnmrr-mitrttr! : QuVi-n\, err KMI\'"II refiiRi'e In Jciln, the.h'
of with rinii|
and much Naples
clerk's office this morning and of Immokalee," details of which tides glades of eight to 10 feet. taking the traditional dunking. ( McCiath J photo) parent aJlef\ a checkup\ ".
was Joined simultaneously by co. were not made public at that
Preparations in advance of the

defendant said he expects Port Royal.lawyers Sptngler of the lime.A few day later the permitwas intense storm plus good for. Beard-Growing Time CAB Fixes Blame VII"IN.AP!; ( ) C/uhnslo.

other defendants Royal Har. voided by the building of. tune, resulted In not a single vukla'M Cniiiiiiiiiilst "V"I'IIII\'ut
life being lost in the county be. has appeals' In 1"11,1011"1'11| let
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flee because approval of the /
bor, The Moorings, and Aqua pro.
For Crash Of
of the hurricane. But there rctlii'inc'iil and Icliinito
cause
lane Shores- to join In the Jed had not yet been secured give up
ap.
widespread property dam. llll'lr J<>llM, I U'tUIIM' III till)
was
from
peal before the week Is up. the state hotel and res. That Man's
No Bum
a'II1..IH'I'' sin'rtaic'.
taurant age
The defendants were not able commission, Details of ; Kennedy Plane
to file formal appeals until after the pioject were made known Ever since, Collier Countlans lladlci, PIUIIIU! a III uiiincl I Ihdpenaliunel's
have been extra-vlgllant during tlllllll, I'"('1111'11 i III
.' Judge Odom signed the final de. after after the permit was void. WASHINGTON (AP) Tin-
hurricane season. Those who iiiaiinal walk fur 120 days'' a
Civil Aeronautic' llojicl said to.
cree In the case. This he did
last weekend. The final decree ed.It would have been Immoka were here four years ago will Husband da) an "Impa'.....!'!) executed )('011' without lnhliig Hull |1"11.
Incorporated the elements of the lee's largest permit and the largest never forget Donna.Defecting That's My instrument appi, 'oath" probalil, slims
Issued bj the county build. was )the reuse (Of the' aiI'l'l' ant.ac'jdpnl allure.1 I to ulliact limn iuniiK, ,
(Continued on page 8) people, to larnilnff J'tia> lips;
|
lag office since the I 1D6I govern near Southampton
meat center construction began If you see some of your belt contact Hodjjc: it Ml .nil: Mass., June 19 In which SIMI.., aggravated the lalHii problem,

Expecting to reissue the per. Police friends walking around town and Cleaver al11) >'M9< () as Edward: M. (Tel) Kenned) 1>.

Junior College Bus mit for the Immokalee work with. with a face full of stubble don't -.oon h possible. Mass" ., was seriously liijiiivd.)
In a short time Official Dog Brings Theory be and don'r the dvtlnHum: 40, till pilot' ,
Building alarmed get The conn i '" chooe a
To Make First Run Carl Clemmer held to theS67.50 and Edward Moss a paswnuur NIKS Has Twice
on From Cuban Press idea he's been kicked out of iwanip Buggy ''''ucci who will
Monday Sept. 14 !! check, covering building the house without his: shaving reign over fc,,ilvlilci, during were killed In the lash, and SeniorsAs
As Many
,
permit fl'es. IIIMh was written MIAMI (AP)-Fidel Castro'spresl .. Sen Rind f. Bah Jr.. D-lxl.,
equipment although sonic unhappy of the ,iwnd, celebration

The school. bus transporting: by Perm PorU, a West Palm came up with a theory events wore III. Last Year
females might like to do /got Undo *i on Monday, Jurttd.
students to Edison Junior Col. Beach corporation| today on why an East Berlin )
lege will make" the first run "But I haven't heard a word Communist police dog "defl' t. just that. Labor Day.Sponlol'ed, The CAD listLxi the l pic' >inbkcaiinu ) < Growth In binnllmniit, al Nape
Monday September 14, J.D. Roan, from them since, 'ClemmersaidWednesday. ed" to West Berlin by swim The men 10 badly In need ofa by the Jaycee as "an lmprc.|>I'lly oxr.cuted les /lllltli Stliinil has rcacliixl,
administrative assistant announ. "I still have their mlng a canal. shave will look a lot worsein \vlves the contest U open to Instruinunt approach| li) IxHlllMciUII pi'q'urll'us( | | , PrllKl.
red today. check" Pernu Ports Is namedas The dog Hasso's exploit was a couple of weeks Din ill girls, l6-ycara-nld or old the pilot! In which Iniplcppi-r' alt I. pj l.w w....lniff rip"if,,
The startingmitt/ MoiuH will defendant In McCormlck's reported In an Associated Press ah--then the full lush growthof er. Cornell rule< require 1)1,1) tale control resulted InduktcntUl Thu Mlicinl, tarts" I ho, piOhntt|
be at the Harmony Shores Trailer suit dispatch from Berlin Wednes., beard begins to take form, contestants bo um ,.mlc, ( i md ."w ubl>lruf'IIIIIIIt''raln." ol grjilujilnit' nearly twice; KM
Court, on the East Trail, and Plans called for eight concrete day. )and the little woman lea the have a spoil.-: The board said /linnej a maul) I konlnrs/ In this apt' lug of

the starting time Is set at buildings containing 240 housing Havana Radio quoting the man out of the I recur r..maybe. Unix,' iliIt.'l., 6:30 a.m. No definite pick.up units for migrant workers witha Communist newspaper: Hoy Although registration for !hc lit t 1)1.". "i "I I ." uccn than 10,000 hours of fl>liig time In ruff said\ /MIS hu 2U Konlnrienrollc'l
spots have been determined but ninth building consisting of a said: had 731 hours of eXlwrh'lu'" tlilt, (.&II. There were 107
aspiring comcitanu officially 01 IK 4 arc a ,kf t. ac the paitlcular "I' plow In.
In East two ,
"llasso missed Berlin
said the tin 1004 1
Roan driver will be on dining lull and offices. Name of /meuos'r' Ir graduating
opened only list Saturday at Ml-,. Thcln 1 "i 11',8''' i II :. vcilvrcl i in.t'ntae torn Cum.
"
the to bite a
the alert for Edison J.C. stu the owner was given a* "Immo. opportunity people. das IP n 10C3! 1&11(181 In 1902! ,
three local barber shops Mrs 4647. ardor,
dents. kalee Housing Autlioilt"thoughPel "lie envied the North Amerl.can ,
The bus will an he at the ma Porta wrote thechec'kand police dogs which are Rachel Blodgett secretary 01
college In time for 8 a.m. classes apparent was the owner of the trained to attack Negroes and Swimp Buggy Days, Inc., ha> '' ..-- -',_- .r
Roan said. land. Builder was to 1 lie J.P. which have succulent bourgeois announcedthateightNapleS: : ten
Last year about 30 Collier! Callawaof West Palm Beach banquets in the South and now ate out after the tinwii,H O t r
County students attended the college In his suit, McCormlck charges also in the North. "brUtllng to go." : ,

and Roan said the l'nl'oll. that Pet'ma Porta o\\'net of "10 insure his compete hap. Barber shop c'I.'rerJ1IJ''>; ,

ment was expected to Increase a parcel In the northeast quarter plness, Basso must be sent to giving cenlflci, r.- rh" ,(? oho)
considerably, this .ear Mississippi or Philadelphia I "v r
(Continued on pm 8) (sites of race disturbances)." will\ compete ii "'hebe Ing contest a' 'he imp [ agiiy!

races on iun<3 ., \.we'Ih'I'', 1 1IK
:'V ;'>,fMlilla ,
: ltol't 1 IIcnue I hare
>} 'he p'eI' I her
1f ben i 3h'PI| a
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'If/ t I"' I if Pit'nulrnt II Milton Link, 11)0king
A PON'p AND A PM.r of ?t mutitutc i'io' << plnunll.ii 1/1"111' )'
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JIll. R'" '"' n' f>il' ,.t"l, i UMO J.tnk, and, Teen Club pub-
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TAPED the Weather Bureau, "condl. Agents To Help In Florida Cabinet NtWORKAP( >- Wi'iU Jt nooi nt
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Morton (under ladder) has no time Winds Pound
tlons will be In advance .. ,
to fret about superstition while she and Charles Troxler worsening Dora Rescue Work Fl.N 7731, NatDlst \
of the hurricane In south. TALLAHASSEE( ) Gov, Alii-Chll :20': N.MnAv i1'
rush to safeguard windows of Orlando. Fla. store the Ford l :31'n I
as TALLAHASSEE Farris Brunt was given pmei Alcoa ee ",
west and In extreme AP
Georgia Jax Beach Area ( ) The pennei \
king size Hurricane Dora l2aeFreptSul
nears the coast. FrmstDi
northwest Florida particularlyIn Florida Conservation Depart. genes powers by the Cabinet todal \rnMiII PHH i,
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the Apalachee Bay area. JACKSONVILLE BEACH ment sent more than 70 to act stnglehaiidtHll> In the AmCin 43'iniCvan | Pei Cola 'd i,
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"Winds of near hurricane (AP)- Police officers patrolling agents-almost its entire force- Hurricane Dora disaster, and he \ 99'' : FiueliTi Phil hlol s '
Tshombe Falling Short On force In squalls are likely along the target of Hurricane Dora into northeast Florida to lend a said he was asking the federal Out Mot I"t" GenDvn 3611 87 i Hull Pl't4
this section of the west coast." drove their squad cars Into hand today with Hurricane Dora government to declare the Jack ANT 00'AmToh CeuEl ncv 13
Rains of 10 to 15 Inches were places they barred from sightseers rescue and cleanup work sonvllle, Augustine section of 30Ampx '. CtHiFtN 01'i Rep Stl! 48
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forecast for parts of north Flor. as the w.ld winds howled Using their outboard patrol the state a disaster area Cp| 18'' GenMllls lies Ion rnevTob
Deadline To Reform CongoLONDON ida much of Georgia and pos.sibfy and pounded the Jacksonville boats, the agents ferried per. The Northeast< corner of the Aiiai,oiiila 49' i Genius OS'i 4',1'
South Carolina The Wea. Beach area Into debris Wednesday sons from flooded areas to high.er slate was being battered re. Union i 49>,iB GoiKltlch :Iii,sGixwhr StRepP 31''

ther Bureau warned of flooding night ground during the storm. lentlesslv b} Hurricane Dora, ,il>< o< k 34 4111Gifvlml Seollltard.21'

(AP) Moise ed by the same enemies that In rivers and streamssome se An Associated Press newsman They also lent a hand with regular which was moving across ninth BethStl 39 24'iCullOll !s7t! VsHonWll : l'- fSens
Tshombe Is nut going to make have frustrated the Congo'sleaders vere. scouting the destruction of the enforcement work. Florida toward Tallahassee Boeing C3'iBoi Sin,'1,ill 4' 1'
his deadline for showing the from the beginning of Hurricane warnings were put vast hurricane, watched squad Chief Enforcement Officer The cabinet met with the roVe '(leu 7GTKBrunswk 12514 Sa'nltl SiSoiitlnit I
world a new Congo In three Independence four years ago up at 9 a,m. east of Apalachl. cars poke Into side streets flood. Ted Gibson reported that most ernor to give the chief executive 8CiteiTr JutS kk 6011' e";
cola Cedar ed from curb to curb of the In and carte blanche with stale re. lilt Pap 33'JuueMI.
months. tribal hatreds political Imma to Key on the Gulf from high men were working 33 SKI'iv it i II
The flamboyant fast-talking turity corruption and apathy Coast, with gala warnings fromensacola tides and lashing rains pushed around Jacksonville. But 17 sources and emergencyfunds to Celanese OSChnslci 1 Silt' St. Brand 7"StONJ ,
secessionist leader from Katan. With or without the assistance P to Apalachlcola. ahead of the storm. were moving Into Gainesvilleand protect residents in the hurrl.cane' GII.CIII'"C"II < NiKM 881 34''sKea'colt : S4'

ga took office as premier In of the Organization of Alrlcan The red and black hurricane Some streets they patrolledhad a dozen others were scat path. i 13d1' I mil-Ink) i;
continued At. no visible curbs tered around the at small. Bryant, In a special news Lulus 84' i iUi
Leopoldvllle July 10 with the Unity, these are formidablefoes. flags to fly up the The area Com Ed .4' ". Swill ii''' ,
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brash promise to reform Afri Most of Africa's leadersare lantlc coast as far as Charles car tires whined and shoved er cities conference said that the Cabinet! CoiiFih 9111 38',1 TOM sd(
ca's problem child. fighting the same enemies ton, S.C., with gale warnings the water aside as they pushed had authorised him to use the Com Cm 'tO1DuwChe : Lnrlllat I 1,1 i 4V : Thiokol) 111:i i
With one month to go, at home with varying success. from up to Myrtle Beach S.C. closer to the Atlantic Ocean The French liquor chartreuse resources of the state "for res. C9't MIRo"\ 30'1' 1Vnit I: I''' iUtuli
Tshombe and the world are still Tshombe now dedicated to a "There has been no IndicationIn beach Is both green and yellow with the toratlon of health facilities, sew. du Pont 2043 MM4M, rolli.|; All'I, I
Patrol loaded with armed age systems and communications. Moh,,is <,> 14
cars
faced with the old the past few hours of a turn E\L :20'i'
same Congo unified Congo, Is at present green containing about 57 per ." I IE.KOIIlk Moist 811Moiilftl t4uFrnd I I 22 iIS
rebellious and danger.au. to the northwest" said a fore police officers stopped motoristsduring 129 :
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- sullen facing rebellions In Kwllu ,
cent alcohol and the 43 StetlInn I
yellow :\
of the 17'iSitUill
the rough part
North Katanga, Kivu and Oriental caster at the National Hurricane Firestone 42 I
Tshombe has added one new provinces. Stanleyville one Center In Miami. blow, when winds climbed to per cent. KIBBFR ST.UlrS-MI 2.2107 FliPw 49'' ; $l'1| Mil I 1\3"
WI'"t:1 I :1
and refreshing Ingredient to the of the country's most Important When Dora's calm eye finally 53 miles per hour with gusts of (

Congolese stew, a political cities Is in rebel hands. pressed ashore, St. Augustineand 84.They
leader who Is constantly on the Red Chinese diplomats and Jacksonville Beach already turned back curious mo.
move and who seta Ills stated agents openly are supporting had been hammered by hurrl. torlsts and then went on to their
objectives for the Congo the rebels with money and cane-force winds, slashing rain own posts In the midst of the KEEP OUR BEACHES CLEAN !
national reconciliation prosper. advice on guerrilla tactics. They and huge waves for more than storm.As .
12 the AP
hours. car approachedthe
ity and peace are beyond have been operating through
reproach. rebel headquarters established This morning the hurricane' fringes of the beach area, a
The Congolese central govern In Brazzaville and Bujumburawith tide pushed the waters of the St. patrol car signalled a halt.
ment has not seen a leader with the complacent assent of Johns River over its banks Intoa "You got business down there,
his energy and dash since the the Congo's neighbors the residential area In the middleof friend?" an officer asked ill

unhappy days of the late Premier Congo Republic and Burundi. Jacksonville "Sure, Associated Press bu.l.n. LN/YJ) I1TI
Patrice Lumumba.But African nationalist leaders National Guard trucks were ...."
Tshombe Is being defeat* have criticized the United States dispatched to the area to r e. "Well, you'd better tie an an.
chor to that if want to
for supporting Tshombe'f cen move residents. car you
tral government after opposing St. Augustine's water supplywas stay on the street,'' he shouted

him when he was trying to take low, causing a critical above the howling wind. "It's
mI Katanga out of the Congo. A problem at shelters housing rough down there and water is D '
small number of U.S. transport evacuees. The storm shut down allover the place." lIDTI1r rnlID t : '
planes and trucks have been pumps used by the water utility. Farther down the highway
placed at the disposal of the "My big problem Is deciding another patrol car signaled a
Congolese national aimy. whether to let these people out halt.
Washington says there ha sot shelters," said Civil Defense "Identify yourself," he or.
been no reversal of U.S. policyIn Director Fred Willis. "I've got dered, shifting his face from
the Congo. From the first day no water pressure In the abet the whipping rain, and accept.
of independence Washingtonhas ters. We can't flush the toilets." ed the Identification! .f

SURETO worked and spent Its money An estimated 50,000 personadeed He answered a request for
for a united Congo strong an the northeast Florida coast permission to look over the dam. -- (
prosperous enough to fill a line as Dora approachedWednesday age areas with a "Sure, go _
strategic area in the heart of: Other thousandsleft ahead. But watch yourself. It's _
Africa their homes for higher pretty bad down there."
What Is ground in Georgia and South "I've been down there all
in
going on the Congo "
Carolina. night. It's rough
lese provinces Is not war in the f
The officer declined to Identl.
accepted sense, It Is a kind of
fy himself; but he did say he t
intertribal mayhem which has Jax Hotels Filled has 12 years on the force. "I'm
been practiced In the Congo for
"
he said
AMERICA'SFAVORITE centuries It has a particularly menace To Capacity; Serve regular He put the car proudly In rand

spun away in the rising water
log significance now because 1 It Breakfast Buffet ,
Is being deliberately provoked Ignoring the swaying electric
;jy political dissidents supportedby JACKSONVILLE (AP)-Jack.sonville wires, signs trees and other
Chinese Communists. hotels, filled to capacity dangers, Including broken glass
The real losers are the patientand but caught without complete and Utter on the streets'
backward people of the staffs because of transportation A sailor, In a Navy truck on
difficulties served breakfast patrol duly In the concentrated
Congo. They have been waiting : a 1r.
Iou tears for the bloodshed to buffet style today. residential area 17 miles east of \j
AGAIN cease and the Independent At least one hotel had a flat Jacksonville said the whole .
Congo to produce the prosperityand charge for the meal $1 plus beach was the samet "High / : _
peace promised by their tax and help yourself to Juice winds" hard rain, and lots of wa.
leaders. scrambled eggs, bacon sausage, ter. S Fi .O
.
sweet roll, bl.cuit. and hash "You !go this way," he said, A I vv r4iryI
pointing east, ":\nd fcT
browned potatoes; and a wait IOU get
ress served all the coffee yo u flooded out. I know I been
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Roth wanted. there

COMING Guests crowded the dining After completing his tour of
Funeral centies' for John\\II. room. the area, the newsman healed,
Ham Roth, 67, custodian of the Some staff members stavedat book toward Jacksonville, seek
First Presbyterian Church will the hotel overnight, ing an unfamiliar hlghwav In to.
be held at :2! o'cloi'k SaturtlaHe >' One waitress said she had toll daikness while a hurricane
aft.rIlOl' from the Prt'sblnl.an''been there since Tuesday, sep. Streamed, rain slashed down In M'rBTog
SEPTEMBER Church with the Rev, John W. anted from her family. sheets and the tar fishtailed
Stump pastor, III I'hure Roth along the vvav.
died euddenl}' while at work at Another patrol car signalled a

I the l'IlIIl'C'h Wednesday morning Beatles Forget halt ( r .-
"Where rOil heading the of, e? r1

was a retired tile contractor About Jax Date; flier asked
a natlof Cleveland, Ohio "Back to Jacksonville, If this
who moved here about lei rear Rest At Key West is the road.

24INGRAM ago lie marie his home at 865,' This is the ro.ld." he replied, DON'T BE A
Ninth Street South. He was a KEY WEST vPTh Beat Just head olfr that waand LITTERBUG !
member oi, the First PresMer.Ian .Lee, resting in their resort mOo cut loose All the wato Jack
Church of Naples' where'tel after a flight from Mont.&I.have sonvlll."
he had served as custodian for made no plans concerning' Drop every Uter I bit In the nearest trash basket at your favorite beach, And always' carry l.tterbag. in
their Jacksonville date becauseof
severalears and of the Plas. Hurricane Dora, it was re. DEATHS your ear Then you'll never bt i l.tterbug. All through your lone
corers and Mason's Union No. 7 day's outing. you'll help keep America

of Miami. ported The mop-topped toda) British HELSINKI, Finland ap) clean and beautIful. You'll help contain. the clutter of trash that makes
quartet Sakarl Tuomloja 53, Finnish the cleanest beach unsightly
He Is survived l<\ his wife landed here early \\ednes
Vnit.d.aUon.: .
mediator In the and You'll help the of
Mrs. Lynn Roth of Naples.two; 'day rather than fly into Hurrl. Cyprus rrl.lI. died Wednesday unsanitary prevent pileup trash that costs $50 million

of daughters Miami,, and Mrs.Mrs.Eleanor Arlene Christ Har. 'checked can. Dora into at a Jacksonville motel. and :NEW HAVEN, Conn tAP) I year to pick up from major highways alone. Remember every |litter bit hurt' !;;;f; ih.n i\

bart of West Virginia two broth. Original plans c called for Otto P. Caplin, 10, father of ., .
[CHEVROLETINC. cartoonist U Capp, died Tues. ",, it hits the beach. Every litter bit helps when it hits the litter, basket
t01AS' .
two
ers, Alfred of Cleveland, Ohio, spending days here before day in a New' York City 4...
hotpl.tal.
and Peter of OpaJoUa;; two sis.the Friday night date In Jack. A"al.. Law School
ters, Mrs. Hermanelss of sonville, but with Dora still gradu.
Euclid, Ohio and Mrs. Ray' Mu.l pounding that clt)', the Beatleswere ate, Cap tin settled In NewHaven PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF OUR BEACHES
where hi.11,
the .
sal of Cleveland, five grand.' storm bound 500 miles Brea.ton
of "Ll'l Abn "
r, as raised.
children and three great grand sway. BY
130 NINTH STREET, N children. ITHCN.V, S\P\ \MI.
Ham C, Geer, 83, a chemist who
Visitation will be at the Rich. OIFSORF C,'tin. \pi \ invented the airplane dto1Cer,
PHONE Ml 2-5105 .
ard A. Pittman Funeral Hum arlnfr tt..k in Cta 'hnr 'ie died \\tdnesda Geer held 40 .
decorated t' 'hr' ,,'" Qtbt 5 Nt\tJ
from 7 to 8 o'<'!of'k Friday night '. ,,'_ In'h.mdirCIII,1 patents on his de-icer which COBiNt \
Friends whr wish ma; make allowed aircraft to fly at high (oa
'SMI .
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.ontrlbutlons to the Heart Fundin altitudes b)' melting Ice that
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Vanclerbilt J \
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with her i lets." (! i \

By Mary A. Foster MI 2-JMl i! there when ,
sit roared In from .
her account ot
Did you an have a wonderful lorry to barn that Mrs. t i tII perienre; ot i

holiday I hope $0. I know my Mart Gate of 104th Avenue II I I' i. Itly, Wind tore at < \ I
husband and I did when we fell in her horn last week and trees toppled
took off for the big city of brain the bones In her wrist. sound of d\'n.l

Miami, and spent the holi Leo Campbell of 103rd Ave By MRl. :
day.This nue Is now at home, convalescing I ?
is the time of the year from an Illness that kept .\ .\ } : k
when we see and hear from him In the hospital for a week. (\'

folks returning home after va- He Is Ming much better, and sMylnf In the '
five .pate a I1bltee. i
cations-and all with the same we hope his health continues to cat, 1
saying, "It's good to be hack" Improve.On and I I

Mr. and Mrs. John Tuna of Sunday, August 30, Bob h/avy ntrnU
101st Avenue are home after a Allen of I was (' : I i t ,
ion Mr and Mrs
month spent In New York out the back
)
,visit ? \ '
Glen Allen of 108th
ing with relatives and seeing the Avenue Ml and hit tile ,
World Fair, left to return to Los Angeles, ti roan I was t \
Calif. He had spent two weeks because she ,
Mrs. Ethel Belyea of 102nd ,
Avenue returned last weekfrom at home with his parents and the" house.
Whitman sister. Debby also left on Sunday t I ran to the I
Mass where
she
to return to college at screaminc ant, i ,
spent the past two weeks with
Tallahassee, where she Is a tree fell on i
her
daughter and family, and senior this the front )'ard l
also breathed a sigh of reliefto year. the kitchen and i "
find her car In A-l Nice to hear from Mr. and ,
condition In the rear 01
after leaving it at the MIami Mrs Ralph Brydon of Vander- One of them I
Airport which took a beating bilt Beach, and Indianapolis, and bathroom 'i'
during'leo, Ind. They are presently enjoy- the dining ,',, l l '

Also returning home after ing i three week trip throughthe room.It .
eastern stites, will visit 4 w'aa \\ \ i
the
spending summer with her " - <<-
sister the World Fair for four days, thunder 01 > i i
in Cumberllnd,Md".was before to Indiana- The flirt\ skirts of fall focus all eyes on (the fed and leRv! .\1 a result, the designer! of kind of like" a
Mrs. Belyea's niece, Miss returning leather shoes hate romp upI IIh I handsome collection for the season. Casual hoe (upper It just 'r..k..d.. iantttie'i I i : r
Judith Darrell of 102nd Ave- polls They expect to returnto left) in brown brushed leather b\ UaldInl: was Inspired b> the bowling or tennis and just paced i land i '
nue, Naples about October I, shoe It Is a six: eyelet lie. set on a Marked Cuban heel Two.toned afternoon khoes (lower riftl. : i: ; .
Mr, and Mrs John Kokes of Something for the youngermen !left) In highh-polished calf leather hate buttoned down buckle and piping In brilliant 1 was to.. ('. : '! >'ev'

95th Avenue spent a few days In this area to think about t red by D'Antonfo. Worn with gold trimmed brown suede hop (right) are the new diamond house" l>l' 011111t' i | ,' con-
last week in Key West Mr Did you know that most of the texturlzed nylon seamless hose designed by Manes. .bog all along I : ) TASS.

and Mrs. Harold R, Hulpleu. fires that the North Naples Fire out the front 1 capital
of Willett Ave.. Vanderbilt Dept have been called out to went b>', and \

Beach, spent a few days last fight have been In this area. Annette Urges Teens to Pamper Skin just coiner turned It it.,.... .
week In Clearwater with '
Fla.
In talking to Ed Halllcy. fire The wind
their friends, the A. Robert commissioner, he said there is by Helen HennessyWomen' creams and astringents. to while and saute < :
Nelsons. not one volunteer tiremantromthis Editor control the situation A struggle the bedroom \ ; :
Mr, and Mrs,Paul E, Fltsch, area Ironic Isn't ill with though, was Hatching electricity was (
of Gulf Shore Drive, the Beach, all the men that could help, Newspaper Enterprise her diet, because her mother" was pouring In I

spent a few days overtheweekend they Just seem to show In- The teenager In the a reat: Italian cook was moved as much .

of August 31st with their difference. How about think- throes of dating worries always I stuffing her with could to get It ( ..

daughter and family, Mr and ing this over, and get in touch every blemish she past I didn't know 1 I \ \ I ,; : the
Mrs Hal Riehle, In Boca Raton with Mr. Halllcy at MI 2-4490. Annette feels she but one of rn>' of the
after hours In grew up :
spending '
Fla., and reported all Cleo Let's make this volunteer Fire more normally than the county I
many : night:
of a mirror If the teen because t h e v I
did In that area was damageto Department one all of North child stars in a close, warm !, each
stranded In the
the yard and trees. Her Naples can be proud of. They is facing a camera and family with her mother a I don't want I i [ ( : t The
sister, Mrs. Eugene Kuntz of have accomplished so much salary depends as much strong guiding force In her of the animals. I er

Hollywood Fla., had a little since It was organized. Take her looks as her talent, personal and professional, called front ) under

more damage to her screens a ride sometime and see your she really frets. from Ocala and 1 -
'I I feel that teen
and roof from falling trees. flrehouse and equipment and t'fs can get t bat k I
should listen to their
Otherwise both families said also those men who quietly keep Such was the case Ninety-nine per cent parents of the of the storm.I .

they were very lucky. While things going for all our protection Annette f'unicello for a time your parents give you stilt have : : 1IONI
the Filches were In Doca Raton period when she was one advice they feel Is best for yard and I think I llrh,
celebrated the 14th America's favorite ,,here until that
they Wedding anniversary greetings you she says : :: In the
birthday of their granddaughter to Betty and Bill Halllcy keteers. Born in Utica N. ( a
Suzanne. Vanderbilt Drive, who cele- she grew up in the shadow But then she admits that 1 faculty
Mrs. Suzanne Mader of Key brated on September 3rd, and Hollywood and was picked she didn't take her mother's Methodist
Springs
Biscayne, Fla., an old friend to Lois and Earl Craig of 106th Walt Disney at 13 for advice about makeup when 1 In*
and former neighbor of the Avenue and Monticello, Ind., Mickey I Mouse Club. -- first experimenting, "Some. Groups \ : -

Filches, spent this past week- who celebrated on September hasn't been out of work : : : I-T\I'EI.W: , times I would sneak and on some Members of these
lipstick at school wash it
end with hero. Pn.pundajfjhevjj> 'tn, 1+ *< *>: j During her television | to tein-afed.! com all enjoyed apool-dlnnerparty Many,rmany thanks for your she broke out as 75 the First spoil
Among their guests were Mr articles this week and until of all teen.agers do per at for a sneak sin-en- But she soon saw the light Naples' will .. : i .
and Mrs George Losler, of next week, may the Good Lord time or another with a ) Ui-ai h. helped after she lost an argumentwith Sunday night, ( : Lion's
Vanderbilt Beach, after a leisurely watch over all of you, and keep of acne A trip to a d(' ;; II, : ,I/I/ to wash her face her mother over eye On /; ers

boat ride through the you well tologut, she revealed while I t to use cleansing make-up. Now 22, she saysa o'clock ) many
Gulf In the Loslers boat. They teen.ager shouldn't rush board of the | for the

all said It was the end of a growing 1 up, "Too many : Is: a
perfect weekend bleach their hair too early .
Miss Pamela Holoway return. It's Apple and wear make-up too old for fiver flavor An*
Uird in toffee ? /
them It makes them look
I ed home Sunday from an 8,000. ridiculous cl NCanda.in ?: \ , p.m.
mile trip with her grandparents,
then each
Monday following
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flier of North
Through her television and doe and their re-
Y ?wit place,
Naples They visited relativesIn movie work, Annette learnedto 11"1 ,nteetingswplhelnvogue,

and LongvlewTex.FhoenlxArU.after a trip Into Mexico,, use a foundation that gives flu: are urged in he I good
4i her skin natural
look Her
a ; .
visited friends In Fresno Call jLIL i .inn and attend your meet
and make
Cer
mascara eye -up are ,
At Detroit, Mich, they visited the subtle She gets loti of sleep III't,
Flfers' son and his family and while I'eul" jchn ildi,chairman of the
working and eats
prop-
at Goldwater Mich their daughter c ; : Iq erly During an afternoon ion'1 club sponsored annual
and family Pain reports having break she eats I candy bar or 'at" derby, announces Sunday,
a wonderful time especiallyin raisins for energy. i hci I 18th, for this year'sWiu
Mexico, In Yosemite National I Get mutt 'ready
and In the redwoods. Mrs. ) ; your
Park ?
To keep her figure trim and girls, and secure an
Ellen Boyd of Bronson Mich.,
she swims rides horsebackand
lit Ilion" from the chairman
she
where
flew to Tampa
by Jet
Joined the Flfers and Pam on k Fwer ice skates Early ballet , 'member. This will be
training 1 I added poise and the local tuck
their trip.Choirs. nc at dog
grace( and all combine to help _
her hold her own in the rig
Union ar'A orous surfing and dancing
called for in her popular !)2nd) l AnniversaryTo

Gathers Here 'Heach' movies He Celebrated

This Sunday nalltin..ala Uy Duane Dungans

The Macedonia Mlsslc i,ai Beginners Hold T, m I'I i i"w, S.|4"ml>.r It Mr
Baptist Church of Naples will be Mi s J. Insane Uunffari of 1812
host to the Choirs Union at 3 pm. First SessionIn I Lane BrooknHle Village,
Sunday September 13. Choirs Dance ehrate: their '.2nrlwedding,
Square
from Fort Myers, Immokalee . aar> with a crag ktall party
and Naples will sing at the ser a S:" ."'._.....__.........w.. -5- ......,.. The beginnerslass, II< iquaie y tjmlieroUheirfrlenOs.TheK
vice dancing had its Umt session Wednesday 211 in will also be the seventh
Mrs, Isafoell Layton its hull IIOMlMADrPPII I' Bl TIER ivhat .r .onMuMwotk I : 1'.I'I last evening at tl., Sunshine ado anniversary of theird.

director and the Rev. J.M. Mo. .>H. straining (he apple Shufflers' Hall on Central Ave. \ "lIeI', Mrs Lloyd Slottag of
ble> is pastor. The publl' Is invlted nue. Some 30 lupls, attended. rtl Fort Myers
a spokesman sad.Iii'r CECILY BROWNSTONE iikt', These hunlins ., cook it ten Ray Castle, Fort Mien square Ir ic i to heli relebrate the
Atiociottd By Pros Food Editor laiiiciof, Mr*. Rombauer'K dance caller was in >large, ulan are Dr. and Mrs. Earl
hood might hoe looked nk. apple butter mi?" This first lesion was in the :: Mr, and Mrs. George
Till HI STKnef de tnpiion or at the, but ill our linen hoi canning, tars nature of a cpt.a' qualnle y; ,' hutitr nuking .ass once pro fit. Inch head spate Sandwiches, rake, and toffee( '. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller,
n Iii. I.IK Irma Rambluer of jars, over and! were served during the evening.A k ..eit Mi. i Mrs. William Mod.
.I---i that treasure of a APPLE Rl'1 rER manufacturer1 number of door prizes were Mr. and Mrs. Harry
'Ihi I Jae of Cooking" 1 nuart iirnncd npfle type of jar and lid awarded ,ttag. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Slot.
'II." use stun .piti'" nd 6 cups auger )In >nln>itei in a The second session will meet t,. l Jack Slottag. '
I ublespm'e flimsmonI banukei, about next Wednesday at !8 I p.m. at Thin Oungani have three other
I Mrs, Rtnhauer. making. I 14 teaspoon clove appl h."'," '. 9$0 Central Avenue It isn't too ?-I-"- who live In Indian..Th.y
unit mil'ircd up "child- I rue .manse juiceI late to Join the class, even u a ? _, ire MM. Jesse C, PrUehett.Jr.,
you have never i Mrs. John W, Templeton
.ia, n- "I id husk autumn I 4 clip lemon juice I API1 I Hl'TTFR square danced
l kittli hung from a tripod To prepetf the strained. llnt water hath cin before Castle said. Moat of the .A' ; /. 41' ;: Indianapolis and Samuel
enrollees square danced for their ._ / ri, ( II of Leesburg.
11.1.1 l i,ml hr'di.rmied women pulp oath, jpnlrt end din., kmir with a f. ".u' jngan They

t ih,aI 1 ukutf turni at without, peeling!, or corin.. a covet The rack first started tme last, with sear others but who.for who TIDE/ : (..\L r.KOUS I. I'. The 'tumbool, 1:1/: /. "kn/, hun ,I'e i ,' ne great eight grandchildren.grandchildren
'tin talo-nom ends and the jar ir>out 1 12 Palace
law mare some reason, were unable to It a big girl now Unions are used to set ing ,
." I 6n. "'0. Today glare apple m a ,large lit II I the botlorr of the mmplete. the lesions. pictures of Princess Anne 14 in blue (leans aboard her
..Ie apple' butler then .\dd jutt enough water ( the kettle should ne Among thoM present were Pe.Ur father i yacht or In jodhpurs among her mothers hnrsis :'10Clt i ,
.t ,in wall. hatches 1 I cup) i 10 keep apple ( .. for the water to and Bertha Farewell AI and When she came to London to/ shop with her lir-trur I'ume, DrinkingWstse
kit.,i I i'n range. Apple northing f.r Her and i....t at rut: 1-inch Marie Weiss, John and Man Charles and Quern Elizabeth m the! i MM/ i not IIlld, sn
--n.ilJn't he apple butter l low hat until! apple arc "p in ,M">. .ut, boiling Kriunefsky Gila and tffle .bclI it made Page) One n'' i m, !I.'it al) papa si"i |p
.,.is,' tf I 'it J ,lIn'l spit, but tirring. m.a ,. iuh'eled KELLY
.,i will,:I keep down ipatlern wooden 'p'.m u. m.nr I .r. .. i Yeti hc.it the water Roberts Richir 1 Cr.....Wan, shoes and a fathi: >nab mart rum ,'I'l, -
.ir. -' -lair fond mill does """I.. r h. ..11.,m .1 kritlc Ire I waist should da Hoffman noble Hjder fre-J --- -
vIRr S. I ib "..I ,genus the pulp. Put > "k>'.: dl'l'I\ ; I "i i'In. ohm >ou and Gladys Reynolds. Joe aid E '
I rend .ahe. gave u* the *i a lime, iht..Ui" tor proce-iiing Shirley Perry, Ivan and, Clara CHECK and DOUBLE CHiCK
sing recipe tells ut thatnhildmn placed over a bowl \ .' ) ire In the inner. Hill, and Chuck and Augusta 01. ru'
,"i adore thin home- 1 quirt strained apple pulp ner ro i cover, if t lard VDUNBARS

.ijr apple butter when n .n a lirge kettle. Add . finer kettle and '" IEJUaT LOTS MOB
spread over peinut hatter or vmndnon. cloves, and "' '' utme5 to a fast J IICIVDseaieM
( rrim cheese in sandwiches to lemon fink over I suit counting the Domesticated Dogs slam d wN Nma furealiire. $995 Up
,take to ichool. F " 0.
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f I Ikt, the ,, \ge. who wandered through Brokers
und
< apple til!! ,It ihKk Thin m.\ take "' canner and! fe-ee
'ANATOLE'-Th.t.iht nutter eat. gtahu:. ,rrackua where item J to 4 hours ' i el l jr tjard, a few Europe thousands of years HL'RIAk,IJ4 HAUIIMM $ALE:%. 11tt''IK; + G. II. LUFF

fiamt of thu sports outfit 111) In our household, we enjoyed mi on how fill you conk it. out of drafti. II ago tamed dogs to help them .\NI| RENTALS FREE. PROM ITDRIIUKt Ih,. Real Futile Meeker

Jacques Merm' The .h.n sad 'r' apple butter on mm. tei is mg low cooking, thai gin , )jars with ...ire.. hunt down small game and ItEIt'ICV7s3 : Stewart R. F.. A nee, fe.
jacket are III stbn skin do'1" teed' ii another w ly: "ea this apple butter 5n ., wires down ,in,' dogs were the first animalsto Sih lve, rU. Ml 2.Z0U 421 tUh 8t. Nrt
with Ptrnan lame trim anda J 'i ., '0 a I jar of n f "i T' knep apple t rerovmg, jars (wet be domesticated ai a re .h. Ml MJ7I
.. Persia limb cap to match .< : *- J 'i l.ng, '..r. a I" ''oIJr" ," .,."d, ... tult

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NEW POLITICAL TWISTs

The World Today

bt Nt\U ? t JAMES MARLOWE

A.teeete4 PieNews Aeelyet

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 1964
said some Goldwater staff
WAIHttOTON (AP) Sen.Mrry members had asked him if he

OcWwater, In one of the would serve, and he agreed

.est amused tactic in the But, he said, when ha
Of Crime asked
The Cost Keeps political
GrowingCollier Malory at American the specifically what the group

CMvalajM, hM announced would do, he was told this would

cannot a successful creation at a seven-man "task all be explained and
wage discussed
.. campaign *
.d. cr mewave' freedom.
County has never force on peace cad
at a meeting He said
against the cr m,nay forces when 'inadequately Made Goldwater
He Mid this -
,hm the '15 croup
at least not Intends to set up two more tag
equipped it takes sufficient bjr former Vice President Rich.
forces one on defense
:
Here Oed for the
yean we have resided art la the weeks
M. Mica -
funds other on domestic
outstanding personnel, and policy
maintaining this high level of lew enforcement proper ah*** "wUJ disease with leaden
training programs, and facilities to uphoW of tile free world ways in which When told that Johnson had
is due to he Sheriff Depart- also set up t foreign
best be policy
law and order career police e.ecu- freed..i'a cause can
ment and the Police Departments of incorporated r _sateid while keeping the panel, Schmidt laughed. He
communities Have no doubt fives ever the years he sought to attract yew. said: Maybe the two groups

top caliber personnel Without es' to suggest ought to get together.
TM night seem
about it without them the county would
Hlckenlooper was asked If he
eeptten. the one main obttacfe Has been r tile team would go abroad to
very likely have attracted a smcbfe criminal talk with such leaders as thought a trip abroad by the
element. the meager salary which they can of .v Frecb President Charles de Goldwater task force to

fer. . ChaneUor discuss International problemswith
Caudle Md West German
Even though our county has in the 't- the heads of other
L this I.GeWwat.r' nations
let us take a look at some of the lAtdwlC Erhard. If
past been remarkably free of crime, me rare Intention, It was not might violate the Logan Act,
pay Mate for the average officer who He said no.
recent Indications that it will require known to all the men he named.The
dairy risks his life protecting and defending Me apparently came No one has ever been prose.
increased effort the of law enforcement law
on part cuted under this which was
from Dr. Cerhart Memeyer,
Ha fellow man The entfance salary'
agencies s keep i I' that w./. professor of political science at passed In 1799 with angry politl.
tor patrolmen in some of cities having .
our the of Notre Dame cal overtones
University
This will the
require cooperation on part more than 500.000 population is and an expert on Soviet probelem It forbids any citizen with.

of the public, of course barely $90 week. In number of I. In one of his books Gold.wat.r out permission of this govern
per a
to deal with
ment a foreign
The crime rate continues to grow in credited the professor
smaller communities with, less than with twine one of those "who government "with an Intent to

the United States at an alarming pace. 25,000 people, the entrance pay drops to have contributed to my think Influence the measures or con.

Our county can not poss'bly expect thatit approximately $50 week. The average tnc, writing and speaking." duct of any foreign government
will be shareof per I / Dr. Memeyer said Wednesday in relation to any disputes or
spared proportionate
a monthly earnings of full-time police night" : "I had suggested such a controversies with the United
the increase and its attendant cost. States or to defeat the measuresof
employees 'm local governments are trip abroad as necessary.
With this inescapable fact in mind But Mxon's office In New the United States"
about $483. This with
$508
compares for The penaltyr $3,000 fine or
from York said he has 'no plans
it seems worthwhile to quote a for firemen. $512 for public utilities leaving the country for this five years in Jail, or both.

recent message disseminated to law enforcement workers, $555 for school teachers, and ) purpose at this time." The situation which brought

officials throughout the nation t By what might be an amazing about the Logan Act has never,
$560 for public transit employees. These to this writer's knowledge

by J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Fed. figures lend credence to the contention .yni :w +rl4 i c+u Y r ;r e ;i S:!t! _ ,Jt, s, Wednesday coincidence, President before Goldwater Johnson happened since the 18th Cen.,

eral Bureau of Investigation His views that our society demands more for less got out his announcement, said tury. In 179T, President John

seem well worth repeating here. he had created a 18-man panelof Adams sent three emissaries to
from the law enforcement officer than distinguished citizens" to France to settle differences with

Taxpayers are having to dig. a little from any other public servant consult with him International this country. They failed.

deeper each year to meet the rising COlt The QUICK QUIZ problems.He Then Dr. George Logan a
"Certainly, there are many factors to Best of BoyleBY
Quaker and private citizen who
of crime in our Nation Since this heavy
weigh in arriving at equitable pay scales apparently has no inten. was probably sincere In his

financial burden is directly related to the for law enforcement "is not expectedthat HAL BOYLENEW Q-How does an explorer lion of sending any of them intentions and without political

amount of lawlessness occurring, the report reckon time at the North or abroad or, perhaps, of even motive decided he'd try on
a blanket wage level for all areas South Poles* his own to reach an understand.Ing .
of some 2,259,100 serious crimes YORK auto the consulting with them as a
lAP) Things a average operating andmaintenance
could be agreed on, or justified columns .\-Since all the meridians group He told newsmen he with the French.
know costs
might never U roughly
committed 1963 offers
in no encourage Virtually every hamlet and metropolis is .he dldnt open his mail: equal the original price of the converge on the poles time would consult with them as While President Adams was a
ment for immediate relief from criminal vehicle when there may be the time of any Individuals. Federalist, Logan bore letters
Worn must be getting out of new
directly and deeply involved in the crime of these meridians. In Introduction to the French from
When the National
practice Republican
violence of it. This
or the cost fighting !hand in this country. Americans Would you like to Me a goo.
total struggle' As the intensity of the" battle gulped 16 billion aspirin tablets golf Well, all you have to do is explorers generally use Committee Wednesday night Thomas Jefferson, a Republi.
represents a 10-percent increase the time of the in. followed Goldwater' can and Adams' political foe.
country an.nouncement
write down up *
heightens the crime toll rises and the last year and spent a record the figure one fol.
over the 1962 figure. In the past five $330 million for headache cures lowed by 100 zeros that's t which they reside. by releasing the The French wined and dined

years crime has increased five times cost multiplies. None can dispute that 01 all kinds googot. names of the severwnan task Logan but the Federalists de.

the time, for reversal is at hand The average person consumes Among famous people who Q-How many states have force, there was no Indication nounced him.

faster than our population growth ", . Let us take the positive about a million calories a ytar. worked as extras In the movieshave only one representative in the wording any of them wouldbe He returned to announce the
approach -
"It is not surprising, therefore, that Some 41 per cent of women and been BenIto Mussolini, Conl1rtJJ1AFive expected to go abroad. French would negotiate but the

crime costs are becoming a big issue in by investing more of this cost 26 per cent of men feel they are Leon Trotsky and the Duchess -Ala .It a, Delaware One member of the group, Federalists called him atreaso.

in the improvement of law enforcement. overweight Windsor Mussolini report. Nevada Vermont, and[ Sen. Bourke B. Hlckenlooper of cable envoy of the Republican
every community Not only are more 1 Their t Iowa, top Republican on the party. Ex-President Washington
thereby seeking dividends Jo* College Is optimistic. A to have earned $2 t day, Wyoming. populationsare
in crime reduction -
citizens being victimized with greater survey of Tufti University graduates Trotsky $3 and the Duchess $5. too small to qualify for Senate's Foreign Relations received him coldly, looking

frequency, they are also being chargedmore let us begin by raising the pay found they hoped to be It was poet T. S. Eliot who more than one. Committee, said ha was unableto upon Logan as a meddler

of officers to a fair and just level to attract earning $26,000 annually 20 observed, "Most of the trouble throw any light on what the Adams wrote to Timothy

for their misfortune. Presently, a outstanding personnel. And years from now-but only one in the world Is caused by people (I group would do. Pickering, secretary of state,
finally
conservative estimate of the annual crime was brash enough to predict wanting to be Important" He said Coldwater asked him "Tha object of Logan seems to
let us supply the forces of law and order NEWS FROM several weeks if he would
ago
bill is 27 billion dollars. he'd be a millionaire. have been to do or obtain some
with the strength the facilities andmost Shcrle Wagner, who designs WASHINGTONASSOCIATED serve on a foreign policy task thing which might give oppor.
'Experience hat shown. that in all force. He said that while he
the bathrooms, will design you one [! tunlty for the "true American
fields of competitive encounters the best Important support needed to for $50,000 or less, completewith PRESS agreed, no plans had been character to blaze forth in the

discharge their obligations" fittings of 24-carit gold outlined for the group to make approaching elections'"Is
for bold offense -
strategy winning is a good,
Collier Countians should ponder on plate and semiprecious atones trips abroad. He said he this constitutional for a

law enforcement agencies U you suffer from hay fever, Kn'FDdUor WASHB.GTON AP) Can.gras' wouldn't be surprised if some party of opposition to send
(
Director Hoover's words.oth'ers [ Collier
County News
from : member of the force did.
stay drink until the seasonis watchdog agency is embassies to foreign countriesto
The Naples Junior Chamber
over, advises Dr Vincent J. of miffed at the Defense Depart. Another member, Adolph W. obtain their Interference In
Commerce wishes to express Schmidt a Pittsburgh financial
,
Fontana of New York UniversU mint It says the Pentagon elections?"
sincere appreciation to the fol. | executive blank
was equally on
t's Medical
Center He
has failed to order paint In large Then Adams' Federalists
found that alcohol lowing Naples business firms what was expected of him He
aggravatesthe for their economy sizesAnd passed the Logan Act
generous cooperation
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS wheezing and sneezing of in the Sth annual "Kids' Feed" this, the General Ac.
those allergic to plant pollens Office
counting reported to the
sponsored by this
" Quotable notables: "My most organization. House and Senate
I resulted In
Publix
Market Sunshine
Mar.
II' brilliant achievement was my "unnecessary costs of about
;
.I ket
''e Sealtest Milk distributor,
\ I ability to persuade my wife to $330,000 annually."
t Fepsl-Cola distributor KwU
; V marry me My marriage was The Defense Department
Each
f Chek Market Other
1Mnft much the most fortunate and Naples radio station Shopping Fort News, grudgingly went along with the Q' Party Hopes
ItI My.
i Joyous event which happened to GAO but
t I grumbled that other
I I "J''! i me in the whole of my W." Collier ers News-Press, Miami Herald, factors had to be considered, Will Keep It Clean but.
\ ] Winston Churchill County News, Chrts-Til : 4..t .
saying "It does not
: always
.II Market
Naples Gas Service
1. i. When the hippopotamus gets a Food Bank MarketWalter'sCus., follow the use of paint In large \-=- BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
\ stomach ache, It's a real whop. size containers will necessarily /
tom Meats, Ritchie's Market, Washington Correspondent
per. This animal has a stomach result in economies"
'L.
10 Snack Bar restaurant Gulf Coast Newspaper Enterprise A.slI.WASIII .
_ feet long that can hold up to WASHINGTON (AP) Sar.

.... ... ... 300 pounds ltd Television and Richard's Sips. gent Shriver received approval
Mist"r> .sson: Theodore Without the aid of these civic
Wednesday from the Senate GTOS-4 )-Concern that the 1964 campaignwill
Roosevelt was the first U.S. minded business firms, the Kids' Labor Committee head of be shot
as the through with smears seems to be bothering the
? president to win a Nobel Peace Feed could not have been the antipoverty program after he top figures in both major parties.

ticL6f: : f frTa Prize He was also the first great success that It was. indicated to members that he President Johnson took some cognizance of the problem In

president to ride In an automobile THE NAPLES JAYCEES felt he could handle that Job his acceptance speech. To I sentence which included the

and and an airplane.How Richard RedenbaughChm along with his other duties as word "The growing forces In this country are . not the
much does your car cost director of the Peace forces "
., Kids' Feed Corps. of bigotry and fear" he added two more: "and smear.
you During the lifetime of the Sen. Jacob K. Javits, RoS.Y., Sen. Hubert Humphrey, his running mate, cautions against

,... y said "I _am afraid it Is almost gutter politics in the weeks ahead.
rll'11 hMrr impossible to do Justice to both The GOP nominee.. Sen. Barry Goldwater, has been echoed
'111I hopim U make florlrti .tin rhnilmtl. thai I Is' of these monumental efforts." bother Republicans in forecasting a bitter campaign

'A t' T A R a 0 4 SAn But ShrIver said It would be In a few days both national chairmen will follow past official .
M'll I' I I !I
to President Johnson to
no. RL' nC1Aan up performance and sign the Fair Campaign Practices Code,
Withholding Election News decide if he should continue to
tvCnEatcRnss : hold both Jobs. aligning the two parties on the side of decent campaigning.

C R L ne Javits abstained on the com. THE FUR
YYr> ""lIlT ilm C'c>iipir: c liii i lie :authority i"(.,iuii slit |twt>ltef> I ;,1Inl Untlll mlttee's vote, which otherwisewas CAMPAIGN PRACTICES COMMITTEE, which
S probes this field under the guidance of such distinguished
lion 01 brAldt.nl of rlctiiott irliiin .n 1'1 litini i fitrcij am p H Pnpros unanimous for Shrlver
figures as Charles P. Taft
,ii. j6 Saltprtr' O t C V Ow A G A voices new worry that false
more ih.in it lose ilx light' to limit tintli'rmin,innn of am txlter tint 12 \\.rllllll4 18. Agent e la 0 -' M S s. G wed WASHINGTON Defense (AP) Ayet.ran charges involving racial Issues and political extremism will

of inform.H n>ft. 1 I In linmr ol! Hit Kill ol Right iiuliHlutg the ..bbrU Department playa considerable role fall
e C A'; L official has been fired after an In "State Smear
fine Amciulntem did itoi 1 1 MI-MI' ilk ii of Pen af'to .0 u" i I. investigation of possible Irregularities its fourth biennial by State Study," the
horxllt O R C A "' FCPC says on the racial matter:
.
nets (toots IIWM to iii.nitiNilil' "MM'.mi.imuu*. IHII that" sliced in no l3lo.t'W In handling of certain It is
UIIlhur R certain that candidates' attitudes and
Mt vi A M O A' 8 'r O postures
way alter tine talnliu ol ilu 1t".I.'I1'" ''I1'' "( 'iisirlull male no 16 fbeRaten administrative funds, the Penta. toward integration will be discussed
TI..II. Intensively for
A R A O L years
L C announced
law . abridging she fntiloui ol '|*iih ". ol tinHIN| ..' 11 Class: H illnbum + ron Wednesdaynight. especially in southern general and primary elections.

If Congrcu iiu'ui|>ic.l 10 .hield l l ilu |xu|1'1 l li' 1.1 ililornia: Oregon 19 C...., 4S Nouu C R Ain y It said two other officials have 'Only! total absence of realism would permit one to hope

Washington from the rKruon ir,uli- ol the I L.1-1 t (0,11 it world :J: Gt.Newbag E ,home SOLUTION 0' YISTUDAT'SULLI[ retired, and that the FBI is still that .such. discussions will be fairer in the South than the
L: Rabid poor to mediocre record of the northern states"
hate lo place an "", h.lrlCo skit risk on i 1.1'' I u 1t'l1'lnnni prey| but cask, lone .9 btkor DOWN 7 8t d' '>t Investigating the case.

on the iclcplioiu IdC'litr"l'h| iml fun the ,niluu-' ninth |>iotme toon :U Noah' "Kiel I \mung 8 ,",..: Ham The H.announcement Codel was "removed said Wll. \S FOR EXTREMISM, the committee's latest report-

to carry: a pn-uign: 10 (;II!
the little tone ililUicnml, Oi Cottonumlil ht\ 10 proliihii ihe release 16 tilt 53 Through 3 Indian v tagxtoncft director for management in the that charges of radical rightism'' may this year and hence-
Forw .H CapabI of mulbern lei (Iffenuise forth be as wildly flung as those of "far leftism"
of result brim ion ollunli until u \\ .1'i ,illlllh."f'OuC. ut- Advanced Research Projects have often
port bttlll a, 4 I..otlon I. been in the past Says the committee:
coast which uouKl iiuoniiiu.iIN rlinuiiiu I the it everyone
right of
his dismissal from the one's ewe
wire sets itci and hrouli.MU ill uiihciinc them mil \\0111.1,1.- standing SJ Sewing 5 .....hooilif .bbr appealed position In the spectrum of radical rlghtht
$10,000 can only pollute
job.
the (final iCMilt for liom In mh ., 32 Radium I\fCnJIt\ It 1l ord of U hlnumbol year the political until
lay m,1IIl1I rr unu mini < a i *csnmilianeoiii SS K.III..11 11\ J. Robert Lotus, who had atmosphere no rational argument can be
choice 18 bird
rrk'.ie might' lie l fair hi tinxoiu.. on she lens f 0.1-1. been administrative assistant to heard:

not so fair to the \oten on the Eau Coj't..nid \>,>"1,1 minnlx br .i 201 231rampueZS lor'.rI Secretary of Defense Robert S. The FCPC found incidentally, that both In 1962 and 1960
l I r t e I' 1 r soft on communism" was a favorite
McNamara with an anal campaign tune.
disscnire to all because the nretlle oft I.n1Ve "n" It smear
salary of 330,000; and John notes that "soft on IJohnl Birchism" U in 1964 the "emerg
are gin! to learn: that the prml nnuim< ol f he National 11.1 21 edge ladeN W)tle, head of the budget and ing epithet" at the opposite end of the Kale.

Governors Conference uluch ti, turned m (nm' to .iu,h the prnh. "t I .e Jtl I ate finance branch in the Defense

lem has decided after conwilt.iiioii aids Iep|" "i-miunM of the wise / 31I !It". Department's administrative TIlE COMMITTEE SEES TROUBLE AHEAD too in what

services and broadcasters to talc no :action on rhco |rnfxvtl kIri "lation Ir /e ft. 11 ; 11' 31 f raaison.i office at $17,500, retired. Wlie 'it brands as "audio forgery"-the growing practice' altering
w..subordlnat. to LoftlsCOLLIER tape recordings of a candidate's vole to
n ell 1.., distort the mean-
to regulate high speed eleiiion reiiiin' mil compiler r>r.)criiom of t I 16t II' l' 1f 371.: .,. ing of what he says

election innrrs.All . . . . . Cited is a 1963 governorship campaign

parties are concerned with the |pubis.> nteie i and then will I he r1rITI.1711' cans used 30-second spot announcements fwhichcseemeeddbto

pott-election studies 10 determine the roc i III i iltiiion ninrn' ,,m.Noin! U J' 13' BaL,' skin COUNTY NEWS put the late John F. Kennedy-through his own ice-on
: Eat fed MICHAEL, CHANCE E',t.-PuM_ record as fa\onng general racial "mIx."
l
projections from one part of live lounnv on the' \">iing eluuor
puter The
3ijniiam. THOMAS HATER AttOCMt Editor tape actually sliced cut p pages .' tnt between the
in other areas. We suggest lo the Acorn'. .i i mil to the ninnlrts of 46. Makes, MARSHALL WYAn, Ads ...?..... President opening words-a simple greeting to

Congress from the 50 mditiilnil i.iir.. i1' II i the in,l III"> ?'ntum .. a ... ., I .. 4' 4' rdgmg ALIEftT OPOLKA.' "' .11. "' ... and the language<< dealing with a "mix. stripped DeWlmea-was a

problem actually t\t\n it ran lie soKnl 1 li-"lit' for tlu luiun In sin U Mart DAVID, HCMMANSOM. Cir.. DinclerMRS. long question from a reporter. It made clear that away Kennedy's
4, I' 7' .17 11 LOUIS DAUI. Oftic MfrPuklitlMd
cliroiming toting |IKrixls in the satintn' IIlIlt /me* w, ihu the \oteigi /91oanalnrtr1 : word about "mix" reflected his slew that Ne dee-
SV biamoedr McVey ades to come would be mixed In their vetlac-Jhlduir
the Wl for K irdle,. of the ant Wiu .tr':: acr'tT.'l. their
J lo the polls by Mine apptox ah i r< ? IU a tIM C* pee PuMxHUit roo C'by, support between the two parties.

longitudinal lime ilifTdcmet rather linn; d!< ,I" <. all ..! shim of mime St rrenee .. .. .. aeu1A N*.
t h'7 j ; po_ f 1. aaete. Ma. _... P. O.
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dun toting inforiiMlMMi m in' ;1111'1'i[ i >I. I mu' v " n' a.. 1111.

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William Donovan COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw, Fla.. TKunday $.ptrb.. 10 l 1964 5


Naples Civic Clubs Named To Officer
i C +
Training Program
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; h10UNT,11N: HOME, Idaholnnan -
- The following lint of 1 lord<< elx'le club and ortaniralion ,,
\ first Class t Mlllaiui. A
I. printed a an .Id lo
P"0" wlxhinR l to rontael individual
t tt or all clubs, from time to llm. The peraoaa "amed ce I' Dotwvan Jr., son of Mr. r :
of the orpnlationa t >- and !hits \\llllani F Donovan IIr
tk" In mo" '**". 'IIanlfl' fhimld he .
bored to the
Nt\\S.
f
Sr. of Danford Street, R.R.

Alroholirs Anonymous: 488. East )Naples F 1.., has I _

wa o.i.i..i Nrx .1.t fT*"?* 8:" Bm' Friday at M. Anna Srhcml i "Ivan selected for acadenili and' '1

sag A.1 arouD, NJO p.m TurNdeyx and Friday '. military training under the I1 i ?>.
Flrat Itaptixt ( k
'nthae,
ter American Canter S0ffl<< ) "'. Uanlt'l' '. Mr Forcelrman Education t a"M '.
ask .\ml'rlun J! Lesion Tommy VKl'khiu) 2,5611 9.cunt: and Commissioning Progi 1.1111.i 1 m

the American 1.l'llon! Auxihan biro M.rM A.llbruht '. 2-705 \lrtnan Donovan, a ml.lie

'mtriun Red ('coos Ilenry Hoffman control mechanic whh a .-rra- yjr
2 g139rlparlmenl !
Ttd Molrl: Axon ._. E<| BH 2.36,23 ,.' .. !irgtcli' Command unit ,11
Icy Bind Boo lere_ ti x x t Mountain Home \f 1Id.h,', r
Sin |,.cu .
,
jy
< 2.16 '
H2 I'I li! to the L'nl\ersliy c'' c oMado -
Brta Sigma I'M |)1'11.| Ntt. Vr,. Ken rrond.h, 2,(?27 I {, go r Ir
htM XI' 81'Ia :Nrx.. Fred Ilirlford 2, t ::0 stud) for a tuirlicor's ,

Bruh Club \\'oml'n' Golf; Awe :>|r.. M'ra. Schmuckt 2,l"l I degree In Industila: I la- '

Board of Realtor Job( ?. Had 2.j351; \ 11.I ;emenr"lIo"'lng ,r'III-,I ,,
'he Boy 8rou" *:d Helavek 2.VW 6 'I'n. hewhlgoro0fllarTruln- 1 r
to Brookulde Alliage Axton. '" Ir
Mlllard Cl.' .on ', ln ; School (I.'TSat Lack 11'\\ a
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rat Burinem and I'rof. Wcmi-n: __ Mr.. Helen fail,| 2-3355:
nsh t + t11?. Tf\.

Chamber of (ommrrcr (U:., \'. I'.) U.id| X I'f.ff 2.elll l Upon completion! of ''T.,, I ;
('hl'.rlul '- "*" (""!> flub l l v
Member
2 239K: 1,1'1 l I he commissioned a t'1 ,> \i
Ci..1111'' Patrol r.eorf !Spencer ,.g1Yy, '
second Ileuienani. OTS l I. 'II"
I i iM
Chit' Ikfesah (" '
> Kobnt Bender 2-41 10 l I II
u (hil Ilrrrnw, (ounl, Tummy hfhw 2.??? I the vast \lr Training, _'Ii n i-
(oa.t (.u.rdU1Ill1ar)' A. I'. Ay.r" 221 23121oiler PAST REVIEWED and Stal n vtd I again. at tan on the ..t.g.Imptrienationi .. 'In tb nand edvicat Ion 'YStt'11I1n v, '111'1 I .
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tLM (' ( o. ronwr ('om. ( ,..p,, To. n"nd 2.23K9 of Luthtr Atfltr left, and Ptttr filk' n Ntw! York Thty wets ItadaPianon n Tha officers and airmen aloe"\i ied -
CollIl'r fo. iJ1", ('Iub' W, ". lI.nnlnr' . of Jour D the -- FP.CUX .--
179x : Play about Rutaian rtvolutien' Will authored by Paddy for dUlY In the nil 100" t\ I 1,1-
oilier' ('o. .. Chay.hky
M ( t: ('om |II, R. Snowball 2-S28S "
llarlan --- space force 1'Rl''TIU\; "tartt'cl l on tin- !$ ><\.41110 plant
K Reno
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(D Collier' To. In., VKenU L.onard II. h InnX- .Jill rotten, I \lriiiaii \Donovan, who toimeily lei. luHKitin( IH-U Itobui (Podjro Co. to lit locale!
t'I'dlhE'dlnio I
rM 'clIil'r! ('"' Itd. SfM>. J, <', Garland; I.I'I). Z-SfilS: Adventurer 71 boom ind hurt nu back in lion Jib resided at :3 \Doiio\an at 8'>0 Ninth SU'rrturth t Sluiuii making apI'l'lil1linurr

'cllI..r To. Mpnlaillralth A..n. J. K. Franklin, I'hlI I 2,B9BI Proves "I had t\\0 SJlll Lane, \arlch:' Mass., graduated nispoition clf l tlio site liom !li-lt au
.InI'd.
olhrr ('o. T II un
ratA Thelma| (old 2.6M62onHertation fiomatlck:.= scnloi. lit" h .scluvi
(' Officer |{,\Uilehead. 22171 unable to take them duun, One. ; Rubin:. I n \ii.tpuh' pifsictiMit( of tlio linn \lup\\\ \
raet ContractorHHOclaliun F. It 'thc'rk! 2-1122 the mainsail, was ripped i I lipleiea. and attended I+a6t| (IJahlun- }. HI't' 'iin.ui. aulnlttt.: and Kdi.'it: T fund

('>premi Grange Mrrlon SnoM' 2-2072 Old Man Can Beat Sea I was able to maul i tom tar t _'' I Iric; ,, I I',' I\-i I H',11 limue.: 1'I't'l>hll'nt. Sio tluri11'S( photo)
ud'Ir .
l'l\lolay \Vilter A. Brehm 2.1857EaHlrrn ) cabin to getoat II"t" I 11.1 i u \ .vrvtr t
IIU Ilc lu ,'
w ter. i; i II '"i-:h101 -

Slar _- - _ Gertrud C.r; > phan 2-318 BRISBANP, Australia (AP) to Samoa on i t balsa rift in 19SJ, For six da'I11111 said, np _,' Ml ,. K. I vI, ,' New Aims
atq taut: Naples. Clvir Amm. W'm..1. fd: "ards 2.91RS: \UllUm Willis has proved stalled his second ti ,tnspa<'Iflrvoyate was i jrah> > zed from the unN l \ Dodge Agency
ate Ilk: Club W. H0y smith 2-475 down To kw'ptom/ bell I
once that old last show that
again an man year 'to
< can
Exchange (lub ____ ___ .
G. V. S
et 2-JII6 washed oveilward In the i'+''uul 'el'Televis
beat the sea. a man i mast CS Is still In the
Girl! Seoul. Mrs.irr| llmhrrlake 2.3630 The 71-year.oId American ad. running If he wants to be." tug seas, he lashed lilmsoll tc- o'n' For Opening In November

n.t0 dreater Naples Panhellenie _ Mrit. Carl llauhrr 2-5'570 venturer completed a 10,000. For his second trip ne used a the tI.'k.III .
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mile two-btage solo trip across steel raft 33 b18 feet, E'qulppe,1| this rendition ;tie look HOLLUVOOD -
Heart IIMorical ARNoclatiun Societ*. :Mra, C.Fred R. I'earnoni .. 2-473. the Pacific on a raft Wednes. with three self,sealing pontoons, plctuics" of himself b\ movie (lelrvlMoi Is,Ar|>OMI> -| ,111 VI.woik th,> t,1 M IUI'TlolI has Marred on He explained hu Il'l1rl'' w.I' ,

rht HoNpital Service No I :llr... War' lan lUmlin' .. m 2-1668 2 R006 day He said the exploit nearly one fore and two an. With a and doctors stilt and cameras, to IcMuietours. show threshold of Us m-w season the iWO SIUIK{ tool, FbOI>(n0( dealer .it otic time lor lie' oral i

. HoHpital Ser\icc No. 2 Mr.. Wm .racely 2-4128 killed him hand,cranked radio transmitter use on which officially stalls Sunday plant Mlioiiic the U,1blll.DI\'gc' and lurant ,Hlh'III.tllI'i. .ncl', ,

+.Ds Humane Society Mm. Lori Keller' 25527Ja "I was at the point of death he occasionally was able to Willis hit the shore VMth all the carefully planted(, C,'.. a iww huilnm linn which a hryilcr; dealer! nui ,ID

>bee Hub Mann 2-4817 many times," the bearded New communicate with passing mangroves between the mouths among rumors about suij'rise hits, II Is |j braced m 8&0 Ninth Street later he ope rued .i Chev I -'Ie''
Yorker ,
alm Jaycees Marvin Cecil 2-4053 reported alter he chips of the Tully and Murray' rivets Interesting look bark a )par North dealership.tupocll.
beached his raft When his rudder smashed
was
Jayce When Age Unlimited at the supposed lo-lie.lilH uf I Rohln .\nspticll plCiUltflll of \ sail he i flnll mine
1 Mm! Hetty Ito 2-4 IIIt: at off Samoa last November he at II a.m. WednesiU. ,
klwaniK __-__ .. _ Brand! \\atmm" 2-3161 Brisbane Tully' 1,150 lie had miles set out north from of went home to New York while, He sent up rockets to atluit' only There 12 months first"lOOCrand ago the new agency, annouiued the tenw fiom his flr,1 i nnic, !I\-

td Knights of ColumbuH At Talu 2-5614 Peru on July 4 1903. repairs were made He flew attention but without cur-cess. which was ABC, fondly Ixllevod! opening dale will/ 1 IxIn about cause (people llml"U>>bln"e:.L.-

tA 4n lake Park PTA Clifford Wen/il 2-4412 ''I came In on my last set of back to Samoa In June and Finally he left his raft and would restore the old.fashliiiied I 70 days I !ugh I'. [Urcincrmaali ler pionouiueil than \n: ,-
lion lye William Barrett. Jr. 2-37T; walked two or three miles to I thp "
nerves," said Willis resumed his voyage. tilg, .moner qulr show lo Its the airhlicct. on the new p.ich.
lions Auxiliary lIIarl>. llo>'d 2-2617 Ha Injured/ his bark 8 mouth of the Tully Hive r.Il.ink of,the new firm
offthe
"The weather was extremely Aug. former glory It was the first plain and U.h', \voodConstrutlion '- Tlicpiesldi.ni
Id MinonM ___ _____ ___ _ New' llebrl Penning, a s u Everett bhellhorn 2-S28I bad and 1 had many catas les. disaster of the lIl'asUI1. slipping| Co., will I he tlio builder plus years of .issorhilon wlili
er .
:Noose Dale I'Mich 2-3858 trophes. I think a vertebra In ''I was taking In sail when the Sx4teil| the long haired figure away after a couple of dreary \nspnrh announced that his: father, In the .iiitoinohlle bu:,*

, Multiple Liming Service llaten Hammer 2.5053Nnpkx my back Is broken." ropes on a bio k gave way," he 4:30 p.m.on the op|>cislt8 bank at performances to replaced l while the building li going up, Iness, has: I Iron .UKX-I iicJ wlih
Willis, who sailed from Peru reported "The roies| were by "Laughs for Sale" which
e Civil A N clatlon Frederick I H. nkefer 24245aple "I I had no Idea who It was," didn't last much temporary( olllcc (fur the linn Vxolfcr Moiors In Venice.
e \ (laknronm. 'liachersHHH.. Mrs, lirandl Watson 2-3161 I Penning! said -nut I could see longer will 1 he al 87i !Mnili Street. The oppoiiunliy for a i DoJj cfraiirhljc
I BANK NOTES . . . . . by Malcolm\ I Then there was NHC's; "lUr. In and Col
- Naples Clerking Assn. Hill Grant 2-!957 mat he wanted help I took a North, iK'xt 1 to the meat niai* Naples
.n Maple (ornmunity Vnrrrls AKKH, M, II, lo! > nton 2.4577 I boat and went across to him lie ry's Girls, that lliiix d 1 along, kel. Her County prompted \n.J' C'h
Naples Community 1I""pll.Ib..n, Mra .\, K. Staley 2.6113 put out his dixlglng Jack Faar's fire, until liinnoll
hand and huslness lor
n said 'I to enter
\ssodaTed In the Inla
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OOIO 1 DUST BECAME SUCH A COMMON new
g g g g It was relaced with "That Was
Naples Duplicate Hridne flub A A.ndemon 2-!125NaplrN |
Willis "
MECXUM Of EXCHANGE IN THE MOUNTAIN from New York. and hulld the the
r Garden; flub Mrs. John llurnham 2.2769 the Week That Was." mess linn/ wlrhlIspach will new plain on
STATES! DURING THE LATE /I9W CENTURY
Panning took Willis '
Naples Junior Wonan's (lub Marge Ilendry 2-39)9: "... THAT BANKERS BECAME EKPtRT) IN dinner home for CDS tasted Its share of ashes, be lol>cit i S, !Paul who holds north I rail.
Naples Orchid Safely<< :Murirlle \, Larrabee 23089Naples yl' -' AS5E';SING ITS PURITY, MAW COULD too with "Tell It lo the Cam. the oldcc of vice picslJcm.

1o Park Area Ar-n. (>1''. Harold llulpieil 2-2221 PC TERMING WITHIN A PEw! CENTS THE meal"He" the waded through a huge era." Anspach, a native, o( Ohio, the uttridiudrtllcji
I ASSAX VALUE OF DUST OfFERl O. teacher said. touihii in an :
Naples Player , ,, Jack Mcssmer t 4272 Willis said he had finished his Other programs would have aside "1It':, both and 'r art'd (: of J pliutnuty In Iho I'niudiuics !! : !
Naples Quarterback Club Don Steele 2-5173 last onion Tuesday and had only disappeared earlier, had not the Inlhulltolllohlle MSIIf'( ';' in three yrurw in Unyth,
:Naple\ Senior (riitens __ __ ,It. A. Thomas 25921 fBANE network contracted 1 for a mini .
a Jew cans of fond) left.
u' Napleft !Krmor High I'TA "..J '. Alan fouler 2-291t Penning and his wife aftereAthe mum number c>f shows AHC'a
e Naples Shell Club --.lira! Htlen Homer 2-5652 u s.AIN1. _. "Jalinte McFhetlers," "Clun.
old man a bed for the
Naples Shrine Club Pres. Carl (lemmer 2-3643 r \ but he Insisted on returning night to, nlng," and the Ldlt Adams ld
17 Caesar series of slioit specials WHEN YOU NEED
1j Naples Tennis Club Julius Issuer' 2.ZUI! O his ran
j Naples Woman's Howlingmn.. I Lillian Miller 2-1391 ,,,. I I Willis Then them was the flashiest
> Naples Woman's flub Mrs. J. (.. Seaherg 2-1078 WITHIN *YEAR,US MINTS WIU.K planned to move hi* allure othe season, CDS'
.
, North Naples Chic As n. __ George CtrUler 2-5081 PRODUCING COH4 AT A I raft today to safe anchorage "Judy Garland Show." PRINTINGCall
RATE :F MORE THAN 9 BILLOW Inside the Tully. tie said he
POUBLl , The season lies ahead, and the
ANNUALLY MORE THAN j
s Organic Gardening (luh of HW, Fla Held De ('oil 24973P. THE 4.s BILLION UVEI fonF I wants to get to New York aa expeits are busy sight unseen

O R, SiHterhood :\1 r., ,\, A, Vndrrnon 2.II Z,) 4CAL 196*, ti soon as possible to lecture at the In many cases handicapping
Pilot (lub !II r.. !Snndp Hackney 2-168: World's Fair on his voyage the various new entries One On Us

Republicans of (tillier ('o. Murphy Combs 2-3897 r LIV Willis' wife said In New loik expert, an advertising agency
Retired I'.rllonllml'riran ,t'on. of rank Blair 2.256H Ui that she was "happy that he gcit program analyst writing In till
Rotary Club Miles: Scofield 2-4321 to land." She cald she had had trade niaga/lne, "Television,"

Salvaticn: Army ___ ___ Uon Page 2-487(1( no direct word from her hus. points out that In many cases It *

''a' band since he landed is not how good: a IohoI I IA but
Shadow.. n PTO Mrs. George; l'hl 2-I180 .
SI. Anns Guild; Mrs Henry I Lowe 2-3761 where II Is located that "I|>elllts TAGS ,
Sunshine Shufflers! Harold C.lacer 2-2271 ,7rr success or failure
Swamp Buggi Joe lleljea 22681Toastmasters ; / No Result From Ihi aiulyM, J.linen II. L 111'11. LABELSof .
ill, |'udliu Thatur Mill aiiollu "
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Club Bruce Mumm 2.21x9Toexlmietrex Meteorite SearchIn
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, ti r C'J'1'ji' lln to top |nmiuins" DRAFTS ,
Club __ __' __ _ inda Sauchelli 2 6018 ,x -
-=--- Sequoia Park all l Dr, (IIS' "IdiTlIlllllll.> I
I'niled Fund __ -,.. _ _ (..eo Powell. Jr 2-2522 'Cr1HE' lu'+" and. :MIC's\ MhHiin/a'' TICKKTSPOSTERS
U C HAS; MINTED MORE THAN 48 Bill 1 X ., SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, Till Mil) III'V. KllllW lll.ll IIItxpulH _
Veteran's C 'NS IN THE PAST n Y'ARSIT K ESTIMATE! .
of Foreign Wars Donald Gilleopie 2-1777 O :
Calif. AI') A scientific team limit .
( to lulu IliiMil.
J''t
Veteran's of Foreign Wars VIM Mrs. Dora Bomrx-rger. 2.5927 0 S THAT ""MANY ASIOPER-CfNtOF THEM MAY KIN ? (
PIGGY BANKS AND BUREAU WJAWERS.THUSCOHTk spent another fruitless day In wn tup. 10 shim l'ullll.fllli CKS
\ troi..1'II Jean Keefer 2-2181 '
'BUTINC3 TO THE CURRENT COIN SHCWTAStirl ': their search for a meteorite "l""I'd UlllUins Slum\ ," whlihJUKI INVOICES
Writers' Forum Phyllis Luxem 2-1981 ". which blared across the ale; liinmiN in liiiiow, "iievi'rlIllllblllli >
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Sold| 3, before rashlng to earthIn ..' and! llu HI rated HLOTTKRSBOOKLETS
a remote region of Sequoia "UUk Van Inky Show' onVidnisdii

,, \ National Park, \ nlKlils, ;
I l The team of Griffith Park 11111,11|| jlvi \HM| IS |IILd|| | Illlhiiluiiil

Observatory staff memlwrs, .. 'iin/ nut n[ thiie of (Inin PLACAltUSClltCULAnS
headed by Ronald Oiltl, Is .u _lure, + \ll| I U iiiiintnl. ,i iSIIICISS
rating the clock, hoping lo find lllllllt.. p.1I|| |1111 ,I '.
some fragments of the celestial oral. 'ra' si nINews

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'- ? : contaminate them,

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Auburn Coach Says Tigers George Elrod I


Tops TourneyAt


Need Tn Re More Rp.fklfi Beach Club gjgj| QyiBHHki94! < jJWBiBRIHBBHISPORT

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By THE u K>CIAT1 PRESS lpI 'r prize went to GeM e
ReckleaotNi and I ,1h1( ('sblve. Coach Paul Bryant said In I Itensive ]I' I.l. ,' In yesterday's"ce1
teas are among HP, attributes! team "didn't show m.i 1,.,, ,\I..ln, ,. of I the I ach Club: \lel1'sc"
pride," but the defenslu I,] It t '
nece.aaryfor a ,:rid football aociatlon.: Participant
team and Auburn i CM', I h Ralph looked good. He said the lctl i ..cu. shooting for I lo > net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
which \is to be called i" ]
Jordan says his 11,, er i s need III" -CI'eand, Eliod's oneunderfield
situation calling for St.IIt< 10
more Jordan of both. tense also ran move the i>.,11 I"" -1 ed the 6 COlLIER COUNTY NEWS N.p'.i, FIe Th ,rtd made( n comment '
offense. 11'1' Dinners Included I I'.j ,.
Tuesday'
site, the
Plainsmen .tchlnl Bryant said the defensiu 'II It I i a'trg:> at 72j and Pete ledei-
and take i 1".11" In the sec "moved the ball with more ", ..' and 'h llf \\ "0011 Ir tiea
bit tcrlmma, c of the year.
slstenry and Steve Sloan" ''i 11 0t : .
The
varsltto. ,,!k i 1111 the fresh "j.MI
men and then squared away pleted every pass he threw" I ;a'urdav the Bead: l II (3.L-

against each otlpi'We Alabama's opening game i n'''', \-11 1 ray ho,' I to the Soul 1 '

looked i. i..,i ,palnst the Georgia, staged a scrlmm,,u u Florida Interclub Coif I.el'ue
under the lights of Sanford! St<.
freshmen sea III, i but' against In the next to the last -
dlum to get ready for the Sept,, ,
each '
other
WM lunl"lhlllg else, of the summer season out
Jordan,I 19 night game at Tusuloisj .IIrIJ- ,'.o--T":: '" .. . .
said "W."lit to jet H: pajcis' from the *e\ ,

t> little more reckless and, right varsity Coach Vines o f f.Dooley n s e against ran tie the) SPECT \TOn- \n\TI 1 : ,,' M ""d ; n ii ,, iu, ,1.11 i IIlth. rUmo- league member are e\pet'ea I .

now, our defense. isn't asag freshmen and let the B team litlllnd'rl\, l ] oil \ I.- v I'' ;, \ (., , ,it i >,( iK'niis' stands to play In the \notch: :

iresslve Another as It was last \ear." have a shot at the varsitle, in \* t bn I iii' \ i. h I, ] ,,1, 1 Ild. >h. s ,i t t"1 i \ shill 1. Tit).!IH l'Ii'o'' caiasthe The clubs to be repiese t_ _

with attitude coach was Florida's finding fault Ray fense. last OIK on tin' ti ii'i' 1 k iihli tll i Inn in tin! <1't'1>'nt, (tllf\\itt photo ) ed Include: : Beach Club, Mg

Craves He said the Oators ap. Quarterbacks Preston Rldle Cypress, Fort Myers, tspiess
geared sluggish and ailed a huber and Lynn Hughes looked Lake.Lehlgh :AciePoi: 1 .i- u'i

practice for today SDlte the good during the game-tH( George TlglarisViIIS lotte, and Cape Con I.
threat of Hurricane: Dora workout. Dooley said earlier
that their play during practice
"had removed one of Georgia's
I The DelicatePitch
Georgia Coach biggest quarterback.problems finding a Speedway Demolition


Bent On Haying Another team working under ; ShotBy L ,
lights was Mississippi! State. The .
Winning Season Maroons, who open with Texas George Tag aris, living a Yahl for 'op honors In the 'he semi-feature for Jalopies, BILL JOHNSTONIf

Tech at night, ran through a 1953 Cadillac:, won he den,olltlon late-n ode class Don Blan.nd Junior Dempsey and Bernie
It 1-
executed I ts
a
ATHENS, Ga. (AP-You) ran two.hour drill, working on both derby at :Naples Speed kenshlp was third. Hlchle and jhephaid won heat races: proper '
''Ullt on Geoi gla's VIII'e)0<,. offense and defense. way Monday night. Mike Yahl! furnished a one- :\o one was hurt In two spectacular :- great stroke saxer. The usual % r

IC: to |pull| out all stops to have StaterNo.. 1 right tackle, Taglarls survived many two brother act: In 'he semi' crashes Wally York attempt Ii to lift the "ball with 1I\ e A

I .\ i IIllItllg lootball season. lie Tommy Neville, was not permitted bangs and bumps during the feature. lost control and rammed head- the loft of the rlubhud. It b ,> 1 w S
f- > this] the Dull. to take part because of
I season In special race, and kept runningeven Bob Dtefenthaler won the first on Into the guard rail, and feared shot bmoit. pla\er,
dot. oi ly chance to finish In a sprained ankle. lie Is expect.
after head-on collision. and second heat other cars piled up behind him Land
the bl.c'k foi the next three ed to return later this week a races In late partlrularh Ift's\ oxer
ten s. while quareerback Dan Edwards Of the seven entries, Taglarls' model competition, beating out Jim Sturglll rolled completely: traps or water haMrd.

"All "t I our key linemen and also out with a bad ankle, Is car was the last one able to second-pfaceftnishenLeonard over on the straightaway In

tie men we could on In the slated to return today. move, 10 Taglarls picked up Chesser and Mike Yahl. front of the bleachers

backfield are seniors," Oooleyraid. Sophomores) are giving Tulane first-prize money Osceola, alternating behind More action: and thrills are

"We're going to be In such Coach Tommy O'Boyle a hard Other contestants In the race the wheel of his 1965 late' forecastforSaturdaynightwithmodel '
bad shape next year that It's"eal time he doesn't know how he were Oscar Smith, Russ Wy- Chevrolet and 1953 Ford a full card: of late-model and DKVH: VIM- .M l Oimnint takes lIl'alllm :tie lu winds tip a
iluUli liilluu haM
hard for me to even think can keep some of them out of the pitch of tin.'Uio t | \that: witlisomotimih
mer Walter Wood Pete John Jalopy piloted the jalopy races at quarter-
Jalopy to another hurler tlUitiu1
made \the !Ntw \ oikjnkoo
,\ ut It.'II .
the lineup. lie said he has no.
son, Reid Thomas, and Dob feature-race victory his mile speedway east of the airthird i. Ti
\ w,' want to have a win. tired great Improvement In The at r c
begins
Carber. In as many weeks. Buddy port. program
]line season In the near future, some of the first year varsity
O.D. Osceola had a busy and Burgess of Fort Myers won 8:30, weather permitting.
this one Is It," he said. "Our players.
mall] objective at present Is to O'Boyle also had praise for profitable night, winning the Florida Team Best In

do just that. IT we could finish his corps of centers Dick feature race for latemodelcars

'>4.1 I'd be the happiest guy In Fteleerwald, Jim t Besselman and the jalopy feature as
tho w >rld.Do !. and Bill Goss. "I wish we had well. Me nosed out Ulchle Yanks Favored To Win

"lev says he feels the Dull. as much depth at every post Years Schedule Tough
dc" should be rated underdogsIn << tlon as we have there," O'Boyle ,
their games against! Alabama said -
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Auburn, Florida and Georgia Kentucky Coach Charlie Brad. Curtis Cup TournamentPORTHCAWL GAINESVILLE: Fit NAP) come mil of the East Tennessee
Ten Ii, but no worse than even In shaw expressed pleasure with Florida Is the only football team mountain- in lear. The G-2,

the remaining six. the "learning and conditioning" In the Southeastern Conference 193.) onmler from Johnson Cit ,
Georgia, which has had but session his W 11 de a t swent Wales AP) That would be Barbara Me- ;i Just as easily could finish In HIP will be bioutfit alon, slowly ,

two winning seasons In the last through Tuesday lie said they tS herked, their (lineups Intlre, 29.year.old reigning U.S. second division Graves said.Hunnine .
line years, has good strength at were bearing down and showed a Captains toda In preparation 1 for the beginning amateur champion from Colorado . tr The Gators have their bet>t at Ijlllucklll IK-

ta kle and end sjots. In the line plenty of spirit and hustle. ) of play for the Curtis Springs, Colo., partnering 17- ; team In years, but their confer. Alan Foo, a -0), ISO-ponnd Junior .

ai](t at every position In the Wllcat senior end Jim Ko. Ai by United States worn year.old Peggy Conley of Spokane ence schedule reads like\ a while Jack Harper, ;a r..ll,
i meld<1 but quarterbackGuat mara suffered a knee Injury In ra ? Cup won In eight of the 10 bl Wash. Miss Mclntlre won Who's Wh.0 of college football lS3.pound' junior will hold down
d will he l the weakest the drill but It was not known en ennlal golfers matches with England. the British championship four Florida must play MississippiState the wingback spot

'Ij; tit 'on 1 the team, and center Immediately how serious It was.Qllarterback The bookies made the Americans years ago and Is rated the finest Louisiana Slate and Mis. !Heading up a long list if vol.

will be at just average strength Pat Screen was 2 to 1 favorites in this woman amateur In the world. slssippl on consecutive: week eran IUll'mell al'eJenilis Mu: .
it best. The big problem at throwing well In the Louisiana matches over the Royal Miss Conley Is the youngest ends during the first half of the phy, a C.2, 2"2 pound senior

qu.,itcrback Is reputing Larry State drills as the Tigers went Y years Porthcawl layout Friday and I player ever to appear In a _._ ... _. - n ., " season. tackle; Bill lUihbmirt' a 0.0,
Rdkpsti ,tw, a three.yea i starter through a lengthy session Curtis Cup match and Wednes. Then, Florida has a home ZOO-pound) senloi guard, Hoer

wi ,ijs rated one of the finest There was some Impressive Saturday."They are playing remurka.bl -I day she came oft the course BILL JOHNSTON coming t Breather against South PeUue, a M 219Hiiid| \ guard;
nassws: I In'Georgia passing during Mississippi's two with this The D.lieoi; Pitch Carolina before closing out its
hlstplJi! ) well," said the mm.jjlayJngaptaln comment tackle Larry Gagnpi, G.:!, 237,
''C.uit'Ia: ; has tvTo'of'the finest drills. The throwing was being ,; of the U.S. team after "I am soaked by all that rain To perform the pltrh shot yon conference schedule with throe and ends Barn Drown, C.3117,
1., ides In the done by Jimmy Weatherly, Jim. but I straight gamss against Ala.
nation In flay watching her girls In one of the suddenly am playing should attempt the following and Chailcs Casey, C.2, 191\
Rlssmlllor, a i 6.5, 240.pound sen. my Heidel and Charley Myers final practice rounds WeHnes.! better than I have done since I bama, Auburn and Geor la. Graves says lorlila I \ will use
for ''lid i James Milligan Wilson, The session Included a controlled T da\ came here." fundamentals: Coach Ray Graves, despitethe the two.)'latiKin' sj.stem (his voar

] I 'r<0'i'omul senior. Doth are scrimmage against the B. 1 Theo. Nancy Roth of Hollywood, I. Get a secure grip-not schedule, Is talking less now with one team playing! offense
I ;tr' top pro prospects be. teams. But the raptaln) ,Summit Mrs. ,, also was much happier with her overly tight. and enjoying] It more-coaching, and the other defense, Seldom,
dore Hawes of 'Y'I
ruse of their size and I play that Is, "I've never enjojedcoaching will either .
speed| hid a problem finding the rightpaU's 2. Aim the blade squarely at gobotli wj> s
<-,eoi i 1'1..i openll| the season Sent.si SINGLE TWIN, WINNERS, Miss Mclntlre and JoAnne : a team as much as I There already Is one .i)>ualt\
I for the Scotch foursomesmatt the with a slightly open "
cup
,""' Alabama and then UCNVCRP) Talc" in . ,.'-- .hes In which players of the}I Gunderson of Seattle have been have this one, he said. "I'm in the Florida camp stoat '.
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meets, Iii order, Vanderbilt, the space of live days at Centennial same team play alternate shots, playing steady golf ever since stance really looking forward to this center Gary CllUt, a C.1, dOt.
Souls] trollna, Clemson, Florl. track a single ticket POLICE FIRE MAN Leap with the same ball. the Americans arrived for 3. Swing your club away witha season," pound junior. Cllclt will m's-.

cu Stan, Kentuik\ North Caro. holder puked up all the marbles ing through a blazing ring. Mrs. Hawes has tried several i,, practice last Sunday, slight break of the wrist, and But Graves, his guard up, the o|*'ner against: Soul lit'rhMethodist
It'' '. l'I".t i Ida, Auburn and Geor m the twin double! Dm nan. a Laotian policeman displa pans in practice. She deride The others on the American not.too fast was quick to explain that con. but should, 11(' back
may
Te i won (,401 and fiii, cta>'<; later his bravery during a gymnastic on teaming the \oungesl t! team are Phyllis Ann Preuss of 4, The downswing h initiated ference championships are not for Hit Mississippi Slate ;:,line,
another man i pocketed 18,59), exhibition at Thong Ken. and oldest members of the Pompano Beach, Carol Sorensonof won by playing MississippiState To sum up the Florida situ a.
r Janesvllle, WIs, and Barbara with a weight shift to the left In Jackson, Louisiana tlon, Graves said th..tI will 1 lie>
BoaGolden squad In one of the foursome I
matches. Fay White of Shreveport, La. foot In order to let the rlli\>. State In Baton Rouge or Ala. almost linposslllo, hoc the Ga.

head descend on the ball to giveIt bama al Tuscaloosa. tors to win tin sec title, but
Gate "We'll upset some of the big smile win'
he never cracked a i n
of lift. Don't rush am
plenty
Are You Tired ones, but we'll have to he care. he said, "But we'll hive, a lotto
phase of this portion of the swing. ful not to lose to the other teams say about> who dots vin It."

L Guest PLAY BETTER GOLFBy Most shots are missed b\ being on our schedule," he said, After the faMl) oponpi I'lorl.da \ .

off balance. Therefore the "Someone could sneak up on meets In order, MistlsMnlState : :

Mr. Businessman ? Tommy Armour weight shift Is extremely' Im us while we're were trying to do LSD; Ole Miss, Soutl C ir.olliu .
the same thing to Someone Alabama, Auburn, GI'"' '
portant. "
else.
!gia, Florida Stale and Miami
Correct Stance If you learn good balance.ou Florida will be much bitter

Direction line won't have to hit cut shots to offensively this rear, but just a

This Is For YouMen Pill"tllustritioiK get the! ball to stop. Swinging little weaker defensively, Briefs
,, i how> the thn, tjx. on balance and quite slowly will Graves said The Gator passingand Sports
'<' Square of -! line for golf: xhotmikmi kicking game has shown the
allow von to hit soft". shots most improvement
Interested in tennis reminded Rec. !;. TIlt'I squareldtfre |
playing are by stance t li.\ I over am in/ud I ind *.treasonble .> The brightest spots In the Ga. INDl: .\NAPOLB LAP) A. J.
TRADINGSTAMPS I real Ion Director Julius Lesser that a "tired business.m'n's > Kith lore on
tor backfield are fullback.lialf. Foyt of Houston, Tf"Vlln the
,, hold the .
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tennis gioup" Is forming at ambler Park to. a lint I ptritltl with the back
Larry Dupree, a 5-foot.ll, Indiana State Fair Ccmtur ratafor
night at 7:30.: tiitimltil flight lim, TheE
196.pound
senior who has madu late model stock cars
Lesser Invites men regardless of abllilj to join In
,
-- ileiMil tinu hthe the all-SEC team the past two Wednesday night after starting
the fun Players will be matched with others of ctnnpar. right| font ninxicl bark The NEWS regrets that Hurrl. seasons, and quarterbacks Tom the 100-mllt event In last place.:

able ability, he said ;.. (rom the liar, The njxnYtutcr | cane: Dora has disrupted the As. Shannon and Steve Spurrier.

Closed ,: t haY the right sociated Press wire service to Shannon, a 6.1, 176.pound) ten. LITTLE ROCK (AP) Mor.
Lesser also announces thai a new series ot lelllulll for : such an extent that the baseball lor rls Stevens
s who has started for a season put a spectacularfinish
FREEj \llnnllll women tennis players will start Tuesday,St'I'tem. stance font not\tih timanl the standings and mans parts| tea and a half, will the on Arkansas' drive for the
her 1:', at the Call.blt'r courts between 9:30 and 11 aim III.h'rpllted tight line, I rortht' ,hohl tures usually found In the SE\\S the top slot, open but may yearIn find Eastern Division championshipIn

persons ehuoM'" register at the Recreation Dl'part. from normal tics tht' are missing in this edition' hut himself t r a I 111 I n g sophomore Pacific Coast League b\
meat office beforehand, as the slzet'flhe class will\ be 11m. ( bill i i is |pltylnlM.lut inline It Is expected that the < on Iced with the kick of will be corrected;! and the usual over Travelers defeated Dallas 3.0

''II new way <: the left (fwe-1. The cloedniui features will be available tomor Spurrier, who Is brilliant at Wednesday night Only me
titan pleasure" The women's Intermediate tennis group will continue Its Open t row.
Dallas ,
but player reached base
.. enablethe nothing good at everything, )nan
hip
:
.. v ,,' vacation series of lessons Friday at 9:30: a.m. This group has been r stance ee .eoo.e Is one'of the biggest catches to error.
1ft Hal. ,I'' ,, ,'t i i tew ot the taking lessons all summer, and all the players have made \ and tasty to turn racilyand
-ter ," nne 'rr'( ,. ,']''ti and va, good progress, Lesser said \ |pro ] I it.- thai lie fouls "mi idr to out" suing -.1 ,

u a Cc den Gate Guest Boys and girls 10 years or older can register at Les. lb t'ists theluhfacr'1(11andlist's thc lull 'Plus n.iialh Ito. [ :,(: u. ,

ser's office for a series of beginning tennis classes to \ ul.luhul' ', .l I l"l1/+ />: ,li?l with a slight hook The optii 'fitKe "
FREE CASOLINE begin at 4 p.m. Monday', September :Zl: Also suiting up will
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BSM DUVSON mlllli..n. Those extra two million .

AP Business Newinalst oil I the. auger ii ico men otmair IIJ)1k

:SEW YORK lAP) Furthei .il the oldtlmers, gave the 1MOU

cutting 01 federal tax riteswithout TreasiiM its bigger olle<"tion.Coi .

much if am hop' in the ivrate returns also rose,

Treasun '5 total take H one because inipoute) profits did

of the nleasantei piospeits of And ill signs point to .i furthei

the <'otniiliii| ( of a piesldentUlrimpaltn rise in business eainlngs. Even MIdmi/2-2107

with general prosner.lt with the lovvei rate of taxation\

\ on ('orl1<)rate piolits this 'ear,
Some administration officials and stilt a a . 555. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lower next the i ie<'oid - - - - - - - -
have been talking tentative!* of
profits mal give the Tieasun Houses For Rent
slicing the excise taws that mon than it got beiore the tax PUBLIC NOTICEd !! _I Announcements_ 49-

annov countless Americans, cut bin was nassed. The Tieasurv -\"a's; Elticianciaa. Day w.... or
espe< tally the ladles. will still NOTICE OF 'INTENTION' TO Beauty Salon Month tnit MOTILI. Ml
be
getting almost "trGIITfR FICTITIOUS' NAME 107 ill St South 11)01 or Ml MH
The Republican standard half ,'I the RIOSS eu nines. The und".d. does h..bv c.. C or,., of 11th A... &
bearer Is talking of another rut I"v 55,15 1Sf, .1' ii co..duc"1" a 'P' Str.... M.. 16657 EBB TIDE APIS.
r'h '., -n.' I"it"",' bi5ilrs's ..0ao 515, ,
In Income tax rates. Surns5e calls ISO monthly
Oii..o Bou'tv..d' NnpIo Plon
Otherashlngton sources undo Iho tell" I nut turn, of 3-Bo ti-Motori Accel.I Kelly Road
PET DOCTOR Bent'aid' t C'bnct 4 Fur"" ''u,. ..'"d 170 liD 1100
chip In with talk of < collecting [ tint tid. f.rm. i> eompamxl at ,Ih. lOtovi "sn's'.ss' 50.1. with tOHP Furn. I bdrm. aptt (IIle.n.c .
I ( lot of federal taxes but giving follow n| pcrtont ..hotr. ...' 0'.' .1"d .nl"' 6'''''Cln. tral.r' ,... TV. Air Con MS tilt
)r ay A. w. Melts, 0 V ME ,, Ml 7 SOOt
__ j L42 more of the total to the states pl.ic.t al r.tidmiC.t, . jlk lollowt full top .I'd sd ecirlains. for .Ava- South- --'
Mirv'"1 W Bdlli.ld' sale or Inods Call I itS' 0' FOR RENT
and local government Th.latter' 119 Ri. >bo* Covt Niplrt Plo ? HID Sits II "Stew diiplai' apta 2 Badroom
SPATIAL I RADIATOR I bills but M.1Ov", J B.nf.d. 1 batha ...h. near taaach t
Technician works on rtseirch mod.l of tn InUrplanttiry are rising, lids CItstotsl'.r Courl Nplns' / It Fib.rgln' boil 40 H P. eaniar Idaal for taachan Will,

spacecraft antenna. Mid of wire mesh it fine at a human hair, and piptrthin, metal tup. proposals to raise local tax. Owit.rthip Fli of B.nfi.ld. C.ill,nV ., Johnton a, Murriy motor rammer Cinopy, Call topwith Ml, fUrnish if datirad. Call MraDon.ldirack.lt

ports, the communications' deyic was built Goodyear for tht Jet Propulsion Laboratory rates are meeting more resistance P",'''.tIre it it lollowtMirvin ) *H( ulti. ( 10 n m t', it or 2 JIM' attar I Midway p' and 23.1'on
from the W '.
voters ; Bcnli.ld' 0 w.ali anda I'IJ 20t
Prospects for ltplng the PI."rio J B.nli.ld &0'.. Business Opps.
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* * * * * * * * * * * : WEATHER federal Income tax rates or EVtV1I4INap. the inrt Clerk lor' Collier af ICe Counly Circuit. .5 Flor Court' dropping some of the I'xl'lle. mr e5ndIon, clot in on Trill.
the nod iinmr ot SP'ilirliTib .."..d .
levies are brightened in two nrl' t Fiirmtur.. "lid.r Ih. pro .111 SI und.r 14 000 11104 carport on privall. .11... Call
100 Years Ago By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS; current conditions tkoit. al Chapter :095.1 liwt 01 "" A"ct.on 101I1 2 'Oil 1/10 II
"ol.d., Actt' ot lOll
Low Pro SERVICE STATION 9 b.doom lun"h.d 5bl'cbs
High -so maRl more Americans W,tnt-tt thru. 'hM
Albany, cloudy 83 62 are paying taxes on larger of gcpt.mbpr, I 191jMARVIN Mod.in urv.ci ttition' for I..... svouuble. from until.b.och D. I end Adults p..r
W BCNFICLD: : by Atlinlic R.linnig, Co Locilion
Albuquerque
cloudy 89 63 I lOll
Income totals that the U.S. MARVIN J BENFIELD 2OI No Timumi' Trait it .11 Sf
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA Atlanta, cloudy 86 72 Treasury collectIons are rising PARKS EMERSON Moonnit. Paid trimingrogrim A".v. Quail Ho..... I
Bismarck clear 7Z Atlornryi' .'1 Low ncill iitntinc Slochi from naw ... G.,.
39 In spite of the lower rates In DCS ilh' Avtnu South ?or hll":ntarm.ition: cell, Mr School complataly, lurnnhad.

By Florida Library & Ilittoricil Cooimitsion: Boise, clear 71 47 effect this >'ear.Man Nopl"ond., .< Thamit Ft My..., '1.. W* san par month on yearly ,laaaa.
Boston cloudy 74 81 Sop, 10 I' :*< s'S ttr44 or writ ZllJ Ivy Ave .r r."' mon">l". Cell "sw53LlsHngs .
Civil far Centennial Committee: \ In Washington are Ft Mv.rt. Cia, CPa 101 .'1. It

Buffalo, cloudy 78 65 .09 I IChtcago convinced that the way to make TALLAHASSEE _FLORIDA_ l.br..rrso'v'e.' .
* * * * * * * * * * * clear 94 70 the nation more prosperous, and HOT ICE Slut>on lit otis SI No fftn. WantedTJavTTuTanTjriorToTlTomla
Cincinnati clear 96 57 Q. My pet alligator is NOTICE it ..br"J'o::: th.Truttl.t IHH or cill al it itonV8 .
Siptembcr 8 By order of the Confederate War Department thus raise Individual and corporate one Of th. ; .' IOL.
Cleveland, clear 89 85 Incomes still higher, Is to year old. I hove been ,feeding it mint Fund ot tIne Slit, ot Florid bUSiNEiEspeortuty North in tail Naplai Collier County
Brigadier General William Miller formerly in will, offer for ..I. ind r.c.ivo com .
Denver Rmlly f 01. nn Timl
TrOll l/lm
ralll 91 58 locution
of the T cut tax rates again even If the raw hamburger since I got it. Ithosn" p.titiv., t..,lid bidt' for a SI... Drill Burg.rt 4.
charge Confederate Conscript Bureau for Alabama' Del Moines cloudy 86 '73 oil sums Crisis All n.w .quipmint 5.bedroom
L.lt. for tulphur
Treasury still Is n. fit
running a big grown at all. What else I bath ho,.. in rrol 57-Houses for Sale
and Honda, is ordered to take command of the Detroit 87 ind/or brim cov.nni Ill r.t.rv.d '
over cloudy 87 butin.tt Pric.d
reserve deficit, In spite of the record tax can I feed him Linda Inl.r.tt. ,in the ind.rlyng p.lrol.um' il US 000
Confederate forces in Honda and to "complete their or. Fairbanks, clear 60 3'8 collections. Mauorga and .. "e hold by with good titrmt lo qiiaMidpurchn.r ,. J Bd'm. l iIh'flflrn. C"J"-.
Youngstown Ohio. tlid T rust...moIP'ui,. In t. .I Improv.m.nl Shown by appoint port utility Hm S.an.oaw,
ganization and placo them tt once in service." He is Fort Worth, clear 94 73 In the fiscal year that ended Fund 'm toe l m.nl 'iga. In baautilul Sorrantodana Oa,

juiliuiizid "to cnipluy all enrolling officer, who arc Helena cloudy 68 40 June 30, the Treasury collected A. Hamhi'rgar olono may not bo ditcrib.d, land In th. c rtno' Ltinuir oYrs"- VIRGIL' Owner Condition, T Tranifarrad Op.n Sunday Eucellist ..
Cell .,. Florid. to Will:
hcarby directed to obey his instructions. lie will establishhis Honolulu, clear 86 75 a record $112 billion, compared enough lo mod on alligator' g'su. NWie* ot SE' of Siclien 30 Town. BOB MARfUM JAEGER- NOBtr- PHIL WRIGHT KEYESDEWEV 'a

such Indianapolis, clear 94 60 with $106 billion the .previous Every animal, n..d a diol, with, .ar .ty thip 40 South Rents 21 Eitt CARIBBEAN REALTY
headquarters at place as he may deem best. Offi. Jacksonville rain 78 75 6.25 40 6 icrit end I POLLYIUALTY R..llort
cers of the fiscal year 10 thai' It attt all the nocouory vita NW'4\ ot NWU of S.ctian S. Sian N. TrOll Ml, MISS
quartermaster commissary ordnance and med. Juneau, clear 64 38 Some of this Is for Social mini' and mlntralt' at wall at colon! Township 46 South Range 30 East
ical departments are required to furnish him all Kansas City clear 89 74 and 40 Qecrss. sot hi A.. So J bad room
Security thus
outside the
necessary Sims an alligator can dig.il bona, 0pl Slid Tr It... of the Inl.'". 'Im ham. I bloc' from b..ch n..r
facilities. All officers from the State of Florida of the Los Angeles, clear 92 64 formal federal budget al chlditn leg with, torn mast an prov.m.nt Fund Cuss d.t.rmin.c. b usin.sus.c Sian Availabla, eton
clear 94 61 Shut th. lease thill ..qu"" ro.." G.o ,* lit >00 If 00 down. 161
Invalid Louisville Realtor p.r
and such D.wiy Polly
Corps of the regular forces for Although the Income tag cuts .
as are II would b* "lint Feed him a littla raw ty payrn.ntsfsr. (hilt in kind Cornir ol III A.. No 4 en Owithtasan C ,nl..nco.101I1 .
any reason unassigned will immediately report to General Memphis, clear 90 65 were In effect the last four Inh accoilanally' Evan a (Iso wants al or in vilu. for oil and 'tit pro Tom"m'' Trait, 16776 n/t StLi'
ducod from said I undsen d lly ccnltp.r
Miller, who is authorized to assign them temporarily to Miami cloudy 91 81 months of the last fiscal year, worms or In'kll..ould bo o lIoed odd,. long tan for tulphur tl I ind/or 1.4'' 6150 .. o'.nl' 1 b.droomt.
Milwaukee, clear 78 67 the number of Individual tax athir brlnll producid from saidlends bath fous.. 'Sure 0' anfurnit.eeiiw't
duty with the reserves." Mpls.-St.P. rain 83 60 .39 lion la hit dial All th... ihlngi' contain' md ,n .""...1 ,.nt.I of II 00 12-Help Wanted Inc.hon 0 5759 '/1 Sf
returns had risen to 65 million lIne Ingradianlt, noodad for growth porn.S min.nl ..'. 'lor .If,. .'.. I bedroom, I bath; ;;;"u, ;;;;;
New Orleans, clear 89 62 from the previous year's 63 d.tcrib.d ibov. th. inuil r.nt.l Cull.' ituol, C, has ep.no
September 10 An article 100 ft. floor
appearing today in the New York cloudy 92 66 Don 'lorgol to aiv' him' plenty al 'Iroih to Incro.t. liv. p.rc.nt of tuchongin.l for lull or p.ft lima man and apaca
New York herald/ reports on the Federal raid out of Biy- Okla. Cltv., clear 86 72 .wottr Put him' outuda "wharo ht can '. .nnuil I, r.nlil, itt.r th. firtt wom.n in Njplai Our ala. I30 Royal' Palm' Dr '/J itplato
-- two 11'.... L...* will ,r.quir th.l p.opl. sr..uaro 5il5. 1100 end ,'YAIE' SALE
port which occurred last July. The Union force marched Omaha, cloudy 87 68 gtt both tunthln' and thoda In "trying I I..s.eshe/II comm.nci and com p P. oJ'f Phun. Pt MySr. NO IROKIASOwn.
forty miles inland la hit plate opiritiont, for the drilling oft WE otwrt. P. 0EOO5 ., muot saIl ...,.. b.doo.
successfully beating off weak attacksby Philadelphia, clear 89 59 Mine Workers 'jades growth" you may not bi .l.itt on* I..I well/ within, the S asolo Plo 911 lilt 0 5.1St. home THE .

Confederate cavalry, and plundered plantations, burned Phoenix, clear 92 76 obIs to ... him gtltlng' longer or big tint two lid on. hill yours period I C.n.ro'In haS and MOOR.INGS air

houses and destroyed cattle and large quantities of cotton. Pittsburgh, clear 93 58 Hear Wirtz In g.r. Hi probably ..on'llIond illllwhll of Ih b.. t.rm dnll.d of to th.a l.it.d.pth: .11 01100 w.lltlo !13-Help: Want. Femal.Wom.n .001d"'O"nl" ,0'p.I'n. ShrOu.f..
Ptlnd 53 foot th. top ot the Lowe Cr.. Out IICOP' 1 bedraurns Ce'
Me., cloudy 76 you measure him with a tap.m.osoreSe or to 'u, all oalmo,5 Si... ,.. 'Ic..n including. disposal
The U. S. S. Magnolia/ captured the steamer MttagorJa Ptlnd, Ore., clear 70 44 about one a weal V wolgh' your tic.out pnmiry. whichiv.r the It ,sass lower will The t* d,.. Ihoo Conldon.1 Wrila .nd diahwathar N,.. ..r..n."

today in the Gulf. The blockade running vessel was carry- Rapid City, cloudy 75 51 Closing SessionMIAMI alligator' Do mil, by Handing' .n 01(01. Th fIns* bidding 151) W..Ol;thill b. on the basis 10.5d.w 1131..31 Collie, Coun.v III ins lawn porch, r p.v.d nona drivaway Ml 1 IIO altar.

ing a cargo of cotton which was thrown overboard duringthe Richmond, cloudy 84 63 rhllo you hold him Ron wiigh' your- of a ruth cantidiritian far She iii-r'i-i---rj-;; ; ;; ,.,i split t/2S It

chase. Neither colors found. The St. Louis, clear 92 70 BEACH (AP- Secre. .." ole,. and subtract rhodlfforancologtl .I..... thr, amount of which Cash Ml. tJIIOWhifa" '/1 II
nor include offer of
were thill
papers contidurtI 58-Lots
Salt Lk. clear 81 42 Willard Wlrtz ad. for Sale
will be City, tary of Labor nil ".''Uhl. 'ntil (or 'ih* lint year .t the tales maid wanlad lor primal. _
MttaaorJa convoyed into Key West for adjudication San Diego clear 82 64 dresses the convention of the ttitid abase of th* I.'.. how. S ma,.', S S milk '
I.b.opror : RII'Of.N' riAL Inl /S IJ5
San Fran., clear 66 !51 United Mine Workers of Amerl. Ih.form SI.It,. Lind Of ... mtp.ction Elliot Build in Ilaady Phon. y.araroun 1.41 P PusS R. ... : on coma Nnck Cr.. araa in

Seattle, clear 68 50 ca today In one of the final ads PUBLIC NOTICE inf Tillihi.t>., Florid Th. sit lima nica naighborhood tar ..lalunur Pricad. at

Tampa, rain 86 77 .21 i of the meeting which openedten p.cntful yelicosto bidder 01 will ad b osr5ise. r.quir.d, went ol lo 14-Help Wanted Mil .quick...Dr.",**

Washington, fog 91 66 days ago. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE this. nonet A1"! lids mutt b. ic OTTS VIRGIL
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I.p ri.i'i.dwui scoiditiar.ingof HOIII' WRIGHT
89 43 ..02T I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF compinnd br cirtificd or Cahmsr'sChock wrssroi
Winnipeg cloudy The mine workers now.dussdoats
approvedan FLORIDA' IN AND FOR COLLIER mid "...bl. to th* Truttl.tOl PHIL KEYESDEVEY
( -Trace) amendment to their constitution COUNTY IN CHANCERYChancary th. Int.rnil, Sm recaisnst Fund l.r Apply Li.; P.tti Wood Chros.gis POLLY
lymniSIn t
Florid for lull
No 1131 of th St.t. ol
after heated debate
Wednesday ETHEL SARAH PETERSON mount ol the cnh cantidirition
which requires candidatesfor Plaintiff' , off.r.dSs bid 16-Help Available
REMEMBERS FERRIS'S WHEEL '" Sulid bids may b. tilid, In Ski REALTY
union office be
to nominatedby DAVID JOHN .PETERSON Slit Land 0th,,.. lIlieS Buildmiv WANAUtH" Ot IIIC.M HlSt' OH
BLOOMINGTON, 111. (AP) 50 locals.Heretofore. D.l.nd.nt. Till.hitti.. Florid I idvinc. of APT HOTEL Will VIHSID Cao
World's NOTICE OF SUIT tht lit dais h.r.natlueslat.C. or ALL PHAStl CALL MIAMI Daway Polly Raaltor
The Columbian
Exposition It had taken only TO: Divid John P,l.r.on miy b. pr.t.nl.d lo the Boird ..11hnr Ml Q41S 'I.M Cornar of ,Itl Ave No S.
held in Chicago in 1891 recalls five locals to sponsor a eandl. sets Jasmine, Av.nu.Apirlm.nl moling on said, d.l in id- Tamiaml Trail

memories for Lute Eye- date. Proponents said the | Vinci ol th* opining of th* bids.TIn. 23-Misc. For Sal Will--_
Lot Ani.l.i' it. California' tiilid, bidS will b. op.n.d indmd bcrhics b. .r lot
stone change was a streamlining You sri haraby nol.tud Ih.l suit, (I uSe muling pf th. said ----r.tCH/f/ I\.L ,.w High scc'o: coat ,
+ l One of the highlights of her measure. Opponents charted It hit b..n M.d a.unit' you DAVIDJOHN Trusties ot the Int.rn.l Improv.. Fmidaira:, II M ralnaaratorMoving J'4' 000 Will take 12.SOO. Phone \ ...
'. PETERSON in Ih. abovo an m.nt Fund on S.ptimb.r n IH4t into homa with limit In.yyti -' 5/1555
.....' .'Lr" < "'r1 trip to the fur wn riding, the was designed to perpetuate es. humId co.... .nd you era h.r.ey ,.. It 00 A M. IE S T I in th. Bo.rd ansss ... .1 111l M.no,' .
'-' ; :....l4 '. Quir.d 5 Plmlilf' II Room of th. Gov.rnor'S Office mth.
tabtlshed osarveupan I Fir So.nlo Grd.nS' 9/1 tS01Srt
.:. Ferns wheel which was built by officers 59-Acreage
. ,
. lon.y ..h... namo and add n.ssu p. Still Capital Building. Till : --
::
', G.E. Gale Ferns, a mechanical The union voted unanimously pour .....on. your wrill.n dafana.a. hilt... Florid. Slid Board r..r... s gay a7i i r.udy for
';' *' .... to raise dues If any lo the Bill ot Complnnl, inaaid th. rilht to r.i.ct any .nd alt I bids a whorl.',,, claanmg' cirp.lt' S 000,.. (.lu.. in ,lit, U" 41
engineer from Galesburg, 111, of members by $1a ...,1. copy of which it d.hv.r.d BY ORDFR ol th. . .. af th. with. Blua Lu.lf. Rant alaclric' II4 aero Tarma Collar Connly .
A tliiitl :MusLini niiKirl! the "2+2" 111'111111'11. juinihindlop especially for the Columbian month lo you ".,.w.h on or biforo October Int.rnil' 'Improvement Fund 01 I". hampooar, II Naples Furnilura R.ally East on the Trail'.

nnd 1'.IIH'rliblt.hhlllnlt: announced M ful, not or d eerie pro FARRIS BRYANT,
or Us l5! ; oar S In Ford Division I last April. The nr\\ It was 268 feet high and car. resolution praising the current conl.no will b. .nl.r.d against' you Governor 26-Personal IM A Tr..I Ac.,..012500' Par A.

:Mustang pro\i
permit added liiUKiiKf including kkU and other "If''lIlh"I 60 had been criticized In some Tho ,, of Mid sot b.m| lor' Aug Vt 11. S.pl 1. 10 tOM t.ut l ALCCanCS4iCS; AN'INVMQIJSMaser for 10 Acra'.,, L.nd.
persona. worn.r wi'S' IrnuIrlprsblaws Iracla W/ 1)0' on Isles
lit curried inside the car with driver andpusstncrr quarters. The contrad Included dvo'co to of Capri M.
equipment to Miss Eyestone said the cars WITNESS my hind and 1.01/ A'k '. h.p by 'sellvi way. haw propoiad

FiiiMltonal air IIIUMTS shied into the rear roof were red-carpeted. an Improved seniority clause tin said Court of it Nipl.t" Florid. hit TALLAHASSEE !FLORIDANOTICE .com.d. 101I1 16111 Mestin5s V.s.tors 0 csrdialiy'P .rstSaptist Adiac.nl Naples lo land Marco Pricad Island. Conaidarably rloula,.

quarter-panels prll\ Idl' nn rffuient. flow-through ventilation The wheel was sold for and new benefits computed to day MARGARET S.pt.mn.r T 1964 SCOTT NOTICE it h.riby givin that th. C"e" Annsa .n 555 H.ghar than ourt. Good

sy stem \\indow-up' driving free from wind noUen after it was used in the scrap Si. boost average dally wages from Cisre of C".u,1 Court d.State will Bo.rd elIot of f orsie.n Educition, d ol r..Plo.'... 5. ,1",0th..htatltaPhfL'is. A.. Uo'ry' lust sndPr Tarma Open tundayaCARIBBEAN REALTY.

and drwlls in nearly' all kinds of weather. Continued an Louis exhibition in 1904. S18 to $20.WXs5. I. fDITH Clunk TYGrTTD.oulv comp.titiv. ...I.d bids S sea Slit laaltora
Dr.IIn",. L.a far a""'t.. .5. SiilhusSalt aaf.ly with 'moos s
n. YeaS
standard equipment on all :Mustang are such sports and 165.PAnes Fifth a EMERSON .;;d/orbron., c ouao. -tt..n;. cm. A w.ighl Oi.l T.hl.li: Only, II Ml 'list

molded nylon rarpeting. Ay.nu. South ..rv.d ,,n..t its It,. undorlyna .0055. M.rroll Orugt, 100
features bucket ,
lusury as seats .t N.plaa Florid and p.trollum, productt Fifth. Avo. So M .e tractc II 00 down and
I Naplai
floor mounted shift for both manual and automatic Irani- .' By III JOHN W EMERSONAttornivi B.trol.um' mil ...t. Bo.rd of Edu '/1 ThuriSt33Servitei f00 par month No mlaraat

missions, all-tinI I interior padded instrument panel and '.I- '.pt 10 17 for, 24.Plaintiff Oct I. I9M CVt cutlass ditcrib.d, of lind Fiona' m tIne n 55,Count. following,., ol Oata 00 City On.Opan snits from..nd'YI/I Qold.n Colhar -

full wheel ro\ers. ; "'" Call,., .nd H.ndry Florid to.wit. Offered County Baalty_ If
A LEGAL NOTICE. S.ction It Top 4} S Rg*. II fiv. ..,. tracta clota to Naoiaa
hardtop cantinuniion of Public
The new' :Mustang "2+2" joins the 1965 Mustang H.irng E MO lent H.ndry o on ro.d N.., noif" aauraa.
> duly c.ll.d and hurd Wadmnnsaa .nlrl SEA
on WALLS
and ion\erltble model! In Ford dealer showrooms Fri. A"guat 19 1964 .. I JO S.ction II, Twp 41 S Rll 110 down 110 par month

da! > Seplemlier %3. P l01I 10 h..r ob.Ioon., recess.msndutmos I..tl'O I II icr.t...P 46 Cellist I Rg.County ftE CONCRETE WOOD ROCK MANLOWC 4. sOcK 41] Slh
_ : ... to Iho Final' Aa Aos So Mt, 6171.10 .
-- c ....m.nl Roll. Sanitary Sawar Oiatnct 640 icr.t Colli.r' County Foundation Piles '/ lun 1k... sS
S.ction II Twp 46 S Rg* 10E
No i will ba held' at I 00
Ii'0 ittrct Collier County
A l01I on Thu"d. I.p.mbe 17, Said. Slit Bo.rd of Educition. ifFlondi Docks-Mooring Whips 67 Business
Property
.
M ,
L1Yankee 1 19 'in the Council Ch.mbara City
mull Mi Ith S.,.... South Naplat. hit d.Krmm.d that IU SOOtH Automat drydocat
Florida, louse 5 hullr.quirerey'e' 'Ify' piyminltel CIOMIeIESOCIAL SoS IOQ 'so 'n
ARCHiE TURNER in. ghth in kind or in vilu fur ABBOTT test Irowios erea 5.tter Is.nS'tilst .
ATTEST Mayor Oil ind sos produced from ..,d lendS .",. dss'vsbhs c.n.,
; F Ems.. L.hm.n City Clarh and f,(ll/ Costs P.' 'long ton for Radio Road proparty ledayl .Pnca: til.MOAtioriolaa .
bet 10 .Ht4 S111NOTICE tulphur. tilt nd/or othar brm.tproduc.d 7 too i .In P am
from md lands and in
I nIal' of One Dollar | SLIP COVERS LUCILLE OTTS WVI1G III
anruaire (i I' Wiprs'trura'a I.fARCIIU PlOst F
OF HEARING I icr* lor tIne art Tropical. Orapary i. Uplolit.6WanUd .". 80' JAfOER- >HIL KtVES
k Ho.co .. -
is h.r.by 5uOfl SInuS a d.icr.bc bov.. th. annu.l rinul "
SInt
Lidii
II
5,5,5, ,, will, b. loI.d w,... lhi lo..du 10 i ncr.H. five ptrc.nl (|%) of Oil DEWEY POLLYREALTY
County Comm'oo' omens of Call,., such *s'i'l I rontal) eliot the irtl
Coi"sy Plorda' Cy SOs usders'551d Iwo ytirt L.*.. will tenure th.l To Buy
p i4 .. pro"n, for 5 Osusce,..on of I ess.05l'a II cemm.ne. .nd Com
I lw ?i'Ot .portion of tha 10 toot utility Plato' oo.ritiont. for tIne drilling alt Uud 0'"'''' "uto. ",, :"d
'iL%. Lt' t. # samnt lying > ,lutt *n. most will within the Grad CsidtuIiet '.."''m.n ", ...
'". 10' Palm' R..., E-.r."u4n11, lirtt toe a -4 on. hail ..... piriod' .'/ Mant.ue"ce Co un 3rdSL Gsa Oaway Poll/ M.altor
/ "If' :1 1 .. racordad ,n Plat look t. ol 'th. l.rm al Ih. I..... Oft wails' rn. a.z .1 Cornir ol hI.... No 4
P.so 10 Calm.., County Racorda. la b. dn'l.d,' to a d.pt *l HM ""* .",1 Trail
it ' Florida' lilt or to SIne top ol Ins Low.r C'.. 8-Autos For Sale Ml HIM
.s- .4 Youra not.f'.d that a public t.clout wh,.hove, it sot. Th.rnmiry .
': hta' nc on sad .PcI. on woOl, b. Cold t.rm ot th* ,Illl. will b* 'itsh Sf arsaswsu L>r H.d'O'
c ? : b.a.d board a. 11 00 A M on yiirtThi WW IKS ,Phona Ml, a 4Hi. 65-Cen. Real Estate
,, TeI'.d.. tha 22nd day of ..ot..... bidding thill n. on ih.but '
b.' 1HJ ,t .r oKc. .? the ?,? of I case cjntid.rilion, MUST SACRIFICE =2 IARAN'IOHi:7' : "
a 'nain ,.s Ih. Cart "o I..t fir th. ,loses I l.asseun c of
E Bonds Sir, .i Collar' County Florida *h eh eith cent,diriiion thillinclud. door 1964 Galaxie 500. I barroom f bath watsrfeenthorn.
Doodle bought CARL M ANDERSON oflir of r.nt.l for Its firtty.ir lsherman's or yachtaMaka .
JANE L ANDERSON it th* l.t tl.l.d ibov* Enact mileage 6252. MI 'San's hlo.hl, 11'00. .(.
IOROKOTV 4 TAYLOR Copy of th* l.:t. form it vil.bi.; I.,
Doodle DandyGot At 0'"." for Pat'..'."... for '''lOoclon, r, tInS St.,. L.nd 2370.
Yankee MS Cantral AvanuoIN O'fci" Eliot lulling' T.II.h...... Ft Myar Sulldar. |; |Sat,
lutIno' Pior'da Fiend Th. tuccitttul kidd.r Aisla, ivx'r: 7 rile Inca sor off McQracor Sled n.., C.".
0.0n J 10. .tost zOOs will. b. '.Oll.r.. '0 pi/ Ill cotttf ,Und acihien,, t .. Coral, andaa SIC Junior Collag. .
them the Payroll Plan f Idvirtit.mint o' Ih. notiC A"b.d' Can b. sam tOSS Harbor .Pavad alraot Only gust
l.n.t
on %!38. > THE COURT OF THE mut bt *cona"ed by crt 1' \\M ..en. ...m..
.I,id Cast w' C"tc- seCt 1956 I
BOUNTY JUDGE COLLIER or : pay'asIa 4 door ..d.n
handy COUNTY FLORIDA l t* the Itltt Sjird of Educ.ton .. IIQO Mt't'tau. t/lO II II aeraa on 'I Lautfardale, NI''
safe
So smart so so IN Rf ESTATE OF of Florid for ihi lull mount way ona mill from State 'oad

HARRY 0ne..s.CNOTICE RAY TAYLOR of.t Id th, oasIs coni.diril.on olfirid 4S-Tratlers' For Rent lilt55,5 par a.ra. Tarma. why

TO CREDITOR 10.,." kidt ..>./ ti f.1i m th*
All trd'uop .f t5.at... cC Stats Land O'fc. (llo, K ding foa lee's II w... ...'Sit TV Itt acraa eampalla.. II ft. ala-.
HARRY RAY TA"LOR ......04. Tllllhltt.. Florid. ,.v U /arcs of II', a wits I...... It a wuSa vation W i wiia, from Jaj.'. Ma.monal .
I'. Carob ysot'fotendr.quir., d So the sill' dais 5a..vStIS9s'tstsd !TC1rtI9 'f'rdJtr ParS ifighw.y. |74| ".11.
."'".. : I'''e eiiy .'I5p er "emend. w"ch e r way' bl ..,...n,.d t* in Boird A,.. bamy drama by Qoldan'
Why net you' Sigh up h.,1' you t th.y may hlv. acamat sad ..tilt.r at th..., .....In. on said cil* ,n i-Aptt.. For Rent Gals CitaloaCm ,
td 5$i.Sf.sflee, County Judo .dv slit art a" *
work. Your employer ; '" Of Coll., County Flor,"i. 'In tn. tIns ttiiid k.dt will bi op.n., end I 5nu .nl. L.... not bora Sot my heath;
a lI"alla"'uunl from earls parhftk. Court Has It Nipl.t" Florid .... it the ....."... of the bad I < ng room tnt planly'of Cup- You can s 0l_fh.. baal COllier

(Yea nay how murh) ''our .asliuis ART .\T TilE FAIR-Blending together as one work of art eel w.th luSssfn n .'. calandar''. f.rtt. publication month from of 11 hard lOst of It Educition I 00 A M.n (E S.pi.mo.r IT' ; in board s lurnahad ate. Mafraarator. Af Condi tanga Counly by coming Rail t*"my. olfc.Invoatmonl TODAY .

will add up automalirallr! are the e'' mho) of the :New; York World Fair. the nispiwre thia. "Nolle' (ich claim. or damandmual She Boird Room of the Qov.rnor. fon" A h."., s. Naples Park I// tha 41
,. 'smrSr5.n' C most tut.tli. Of'ic. m the Slit C.P'IOJ Building Call MI 3 sea, ,'n 'f
and one of the mans sculptures adorning the grounds This ",... or r........* ind "... ofliinint. Tillihitt Fur, ,di Said Q R H, LUCrHal .
figure is called The Vine and was treated b\ Harriet fca ...d,... .f lee Ciam.nI' SoC Boirtf rnirvit h. f.gh 10 relict SABLE SHuKES; APIS. UI1,E Si. 'r.No....
'ul'' ,. swim f. b, '''. .'. y md .11 kdiBY M' ..
244t5ssd .
Frishmuth The statue was borrowed from \e" vrkfMetropolitan Napjaa. ..
b's 'esni .' h,SetlOrne,. ., It i ORDER el the Still. Boird ofEducit 1C.lly fI..cat Aruca AvU
Museum of Art w he..... mel ceardni to lao 'on .f Florida on AugullI
,, 66 Insurance
MINNIE W TAYLOR 1944 r;-''. ... A,, Condiiionad I -
freedom hi your***. *"* f eOCuS.sft5o Estate of FARRH iHVANT' a.oom Apt "..' Daach 4
Kep
... -" i MARRY RAY TAYLOR GovirnorAtt.lt ': *** >"' f> i.M.a.I'
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udsIfioancy oy
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BONDS neftt
U.S. SAVINGS f D.c....' CIa' ,. Auto, Homo
JAMEs R AOAMI Thomas 0 Bull/. Owtrs.
Read the Want Ads !i I P 0 So. 411 icritary for rani aantraly la1f ''''jArOr... .
( I I Curios' CleriCs Still ...." of Ctfucat.01Aug :* Wott* mol"hi. 52i 505. IN.U..HCI-_ _
it it. s.ot 1 ii 1944 '
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: t 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plti, Ft*., TKund.y, S.pt.mK 10, 1964 All's Quiet. J
. ., Death Of Two Farmers

i (Continued from page 1)) :"

of Section 9, Township 47, Rang
j LBJ Orders FBI To Probe 29, contracted orally with Me
Call
Cormick to do trading, leveling, Brings For TruceBOUNDUEL

I excavating, and filling on the i proS // >f5 + I
perty. Such work was to "renderthe aa --

j Rioting Street Violence property suitable for the con. Wls (AP>-The their products at the marketplace
structlon of an improvement or deaths of two National Farmers ,
Improvements," the suit states. Organization members under The two NFO members were
I WASHINGTON lAP) Presl. reached a record level of $7.7 The contractor furnished a the wheels of a heavy truck and killed when a cattle truck
dent Johnson has directed the billion in the April-June quarter dragline and operator, with Per the cries of other demonstrators lurched forward as hundreds of
FBI to compile hundreds of On other subjects, Johnsons ma Port to pay $12 an hour i plus that the driver be lynched angry demonstrators attemptedto
reports on recent street violence Opened the conference b)' fuel. As of May 8, McCormick % brought a call for a truce In block the entry to yards of
so he can see if an)' .common reporting that Ambassador charges, he had done $1 177.50 the Wisconsin part of a cam. the Equity Cooperative Live
pattern exists and decide wheth. Maxwell D. Taylor had given worth of work but no ra, ment palgn to withhold livestock from stock Sales Association In this
er any new laws are needed, him and congressional leaders"a was forthcoming from Perma the market. northeastern Wisconsin community .
The Presldert told an 1m- full and frank examination"of Porta. So a claim of lien was But two shooting Incidents In. ,
promptu news conference in his the situation In South Viet filed August 16. volvlng livestock truckers were Killed were Howard Falk, 64,
office Wednesda that he has Nam. The suit, assigned to Judge reported during the night of rural Bonduel, and Melvin L.
already Informed mayors and Announced he would meet Lynn Gerald, asks the court to There were no injuries Cummings, 43, of rural Antico.
governors where such rioting with Canadian Prime Minister order the defendant to pat the Gov John Reynolds said The truck was driven by Ivan
has occurred that the federal Lester Pearson under the Inter. full amount plus court osts. ItalIa Wednesday' night that Oren Lee Mueller, 40, of Cecil, an Inde.
government will "make avail national Peace Arch between asks the court to decree Stale", national NFO president, pendent trucker who hauls
ble the full Information we may Washington State and British that McCormick has a lien on had ordered cancellation of all livestock for farmers under

have" and offer any) extra help Columbia to commemorate the the property, and that In defaultof ._ ._ previously' planned Wisconsin contract Authorities said they
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under present laws Columbia River treaty. The two payment within the time set demonstrations pending a meet took a pistol away from him be.
Johnson said such offers have leaders plan to make an aerial by the court, the properh sold WIDER SMOOTHFR Min Stuit thiough Immokalee oon will bea tog in the governor's office fore pulling him through the
been made to officials In New survey of the region, to satisfy the debt.Sentence iealitboim' curbing nnd uadiiiir it'mums to bf done then will Ft'Ida)'. angry' crowd.
York, New Jersey, Maryland, Indicated he approved of come the laying of four lanes of asphalt, Most downtown building Reynolds said Stale has Mueller was charged with
I Mississippi and Georgia.In the Senate's plan to reopen the had to be cut back to allow' for sufficient njiht-of-wn\' the widened agreed to attend the meeting homicide b)' reckless conduct, a
his announcement, the investigation of former Senate which was called "to discuss the charge carrying a maximum
W L of
load Cobb Tampa is contractor for the $ j t-1.0011 piojeit
President said the FBI Is gath. aide Bobby Baker Johnson said 2 Women NEWS photo) manner and method b)' which penalty of a fine up to $2,500 and
erlng reports on "riots and he favors a "thorough investlga. ( the NFO can properly conduct up to five years in Jail He was
disturbances of the peace" at tlon and study of any indications For Trying To Rig its holding action. and demon held In the Shawano County Jail
the rate of "about 40 a night" that federal law may have been Real Estate Probe 'Protecting His Interests' rations" under extra police precautions,
He said the reports might re. violated A Lafayette Count: livestock Roger Robson, Equity' inanag.ei .
veal "some particular patternthat Expressed pleasure that MIAMI (AP) Two women trucker told authorities in ', said that after the accidentthe
will need to be pointed up, the United Auto Workers Union were free on bond today pend. Janesvllle that he was followedb crowd surged after the truck
and that will lead us to make and Chrysler has agreed on a Ing appeal of one-year sentences two cars acioss one county shouting, "Lynch hint Kill
further recommendations," new contract which neither for the "attempted rigging" of Files Third Suit on the way to market In Mil. him I Let's string him up"
I Including proposals for new thinks is Inflationary a disciplinary Investigation b, Conboy waukee late Wednesday night

federal laws. Said the administration. the Florida Real Estate Com. and then was fired on five times
He said he referred"specifi mission, from the shoulder of a road two
cally (but) not exclusively," to sponsored tax cut earlier this Mrs Gean Lamont Shelton, 58, miles west of Orfordville, in
year was based on a considered Rusk Hits At
riots such as those In Phlladel. former Coral Gables realtor, south-central Wisconsin
phi and New York's Harlem. judgment that this was the was sentenced Wednesday to a On 'Submerged Land' TaxFor The Rock County sheriff's
amount of tax relief that
Johnson used the news confer. Justified Asked to comment was year In county Jail for her rolein office said two lifle bullets Barry's Lack Of
nee to reel off another long list on the case. penetrated the truck and a pig

of the latest economic statistics nominee a call Barry by GOP Goldwater presidential for a Mrs. Minnie Spera, 50, a the third year In a row, the land contracts, and to collect Moorings Development Co., a was lilt The driver, who was
to bolster his belief that "confl. 5 per cent annual tax cut for friend of Mrs. Shelton, was sen. Vincent H. Conboy has filed suit back taxes accordingly; and he defendant in previous Conbo not identified, was escorted by 'Understanding'WASHINGTON
dence In economic prosperity is five years, Johnson said he tenced to one year In the state against the City of Naples over voided the contracts and the or. suits. police to Milwaukee.
growing would indicate in his State of women's prison. the City's use of its "submerged dtnances under which they were Early today several shots : lAP) Sec.
He said consumer spending the Union in A criminal court Jury convict land" contracts with certain de. drawn, OUT FROM UNDER were fired from a passing car In rotary of State Dean Rusk said
increased by a record $U billion whether further message relief January was ed them of attempted grand velopers in determining assess. The City's submerged-land Because most of the lots in the vicinity of a home of another today that foreign pull state
In the first half of 1964, while justified larceny and conspiracy ments of property owned by the contracts were drawn up under The Moorings Unit 3 have been livestock trucker III Rubicon meats nude by Set:. Barr
financial savings of individuals developers.. ordinances passed In 1954 and sold, developer>owned lots In that Township, in east-central Wis. Golduatei "ipilpit a "basic Ink;
Conboy first attacked the suU 19S7 The City agreed in the unit have gone out from under the consln The Dodge Count)' of un lei'Mamllng" "' the lesponsiblllties .
merged-land agreements alter contracts with various de. submerged.land contracts as of sheriff's office said the bullets of the U.s. piesl.
the 1962 City tax equalization velopers of low-lylng property to this year. Formerly assessed apparent did not strike aii)'. dent in dealing with questions of
hearing Circuit Judge Archie assess developer.owned lots as as acreage under the contract thing war and peace
Odom ruled In favor of Conboy acreage until after 60 per cent of provisions, the lots now are assessed In a statement announcing the Rusk made that assertion at
i last month, and this decision Is the lots were sold, or after a at full value.Developer.owned conference, Reynolds referred a news conference when asked
expected to be appealed shortlyby period of years. These or. lots In Port to the deaths Wednesday as about the Republican| preside:
the City and co-defendants dlnances and contracts were not Royal are assessed at $900 an "the senseless shedding of tlal nominee's assertions that
f ,. judge ordered the City to re. attacked and court until Conboy acre for a total assessment of blood" He said "acts of via the American people should look
assess all land assessed under filed his 1962 suit. $191,920, the suit alleges. In lence will not be permitted for some great international crisis .
Royal Harbor, the per.acre rate within the state of Wisconsin." before the Noveniliet elec.
PROTECTIONIn of $750 results in an assess. Staley said at M-0 head tlon
I his latest suit, Conboy pro. ment of $63,210. Conboy estl. quarters In Corning, Iowa, that Sarcastically Husk: said the
3 Petty Thefts tects his Interest in his pending mates the "fair cash value" of the deaths were tragic He Democratic National Commit.
1962 suit by asking that the land the Port Royal lots In excessof added "they should serve as a tee had not arranged fur Indo.
.e 1J Reported Here contracts be voided; that the $1,000,000 with a similar symbol for greater effort on the nesla to drop parachutists Into
court void the 1964 City assess. figure for the Royal Harbor lots part of farmers In an orderlyand Malaysia, nor did It cause teU
Petty thieves last night stole ments of the developers' land Once again Conboy is suing as determined manner to price el forces In the Congo to takeover
two newspaper racks belonging affected by the contracts; that the an individual taxpayer and as Stanlejvllle.
to the St, Petersburg Times, City's tax roll for 1964 be In. a member of a class of all Naples lie went on to say that a
and broke into a soap vending validated in its entirety; and that taxpayers,estimated to num. statement Midi as that which
machine at the laundromat In Tax Collector Bert Pink st on be ber 4,900. In 1962, Judge Odom School Enrollment the questioner had atti United to
the Kwlk Chek Shopping Center enjoined from collecting any ruled that Conboy was entitled to Goldwater seemed to him to reflect .
One of the stolen newspaper taxes "until the roll it just and represent this class, and this Shows Big Jump a basic lack of understand.,
racks was located in front of the uniform decision was upheld by the State After Labor Day ing of the responsibilities of the
o r jf Kwlk Check and the other In frontof Defendants named are the City, Supreme Court president for dealing with ques.
the Post Office. Police are Pinkston, state comptroller RayE. But 167 taxpayers have Inter. The t public school O|'enlnc doll lions of war and peace
working on the theory that in all Green, Port Royal, and Chief vened as defendants in the 1962 enrollment s omit of 4,2GOjum| >din
probability all three thefts were Pontiac Motor, developer of suit, saying in effect that they an even 4,':00 on TuesdiySeiitember ,
rF A, committed by the same persons Royal Harbor. Not named Is Then didn't want Conboy to represent 8, the Count Sii|>erIntemlpiit .
I { r them. 's office l'pIK.rtelJ.. Will Election
/
-- -- -- -- The Sejteml| *>r 8 enrollmentby
GETS CAR FOR OFFICIAL USE Marvin Cecil, left, president of schools was reported as follows .

the Naples Jaycees, loks on while George Reardon vice-president of ".,; /' City Files . ; Naples Senior High, 599;
the Jaycccs for District 15, receives the keys to a 1964 Chrysler from .... Naples Junli High S<'lio. I, CC7( : Be Honest?
(Continued from 1) Lake Park C14. Sh, Boyce Bolton, manager of the Wood Chrysler-Plymouth Company, page )
512 Sea Gate
279 Carver 18-1
which Reardon will use in makinir trips to conventions and district judge's lengthy opinion of two Tommie; Barfleld, :, 37, EVPI'-, ;

meetings in connection with his office. At right is Red Stier, Jaycee, months ago. glades, 227; DuPont 71. Immo.
and employee of the Wood Chrysler-Plymouth firm (NEWS photo) In the the opinion City's, submerged-land the judge( Invalidated kalee High School 317, Immolu Miller Asks

v a .} lee ElemenUn, and Dethune,
contracts with land developers,
L .v v and voided the ordinances under 375. PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -
.\ .- which they were drawn. The con. Rep William b:. Miller, the
.. Republican party's liard-liltling
tracts permitted developer-own
raA .... ,z; ed lots In subdivisions to be assessed candidate for vice president,
at acreage until a cer. Redistricting twice has raised a question of
tan number of the lots were whether this November's elec.
make new set a tlon will be an honest one
you
..,.;w. sold.Conboy charged that the as. The statements were tho
sessments under the contractswere toughest that Miller has direct
Cloture Move ed toward the President during
unfairly low, He did not
question his own assessment, the New York congressman's
COLOR TV ", "J.'t' .':> but said his taxes would be low. campaign
er if the developers' assess. In Manchester, N,II., Wednesday .
ments were higher Seems Doomed night, Miller told a cheering!
# Judge Odom ordered the Cityto audience of 2,500 that GOP

reassess the developers'pro.perty presidential nominee Barry
0 and to collect back taxes BULLETIN Goldwater and he believe in the
w a : wi1 for 1962 and 1963. WASHINGTON! (AP) A democratic protest, "And we
I q M. Splngler said the judge had move to shut off debate in the don't want It made a sham of by
raised a constitutional question Senate battle over the Supreme the powers In this administration .
I \ n by declaring the two submer. Court's legislative reapportion. ,"
: : \ ged-land ordinances lnvalidand ment decision failed today.WASHINGTON Continuing, Miller said "By
: it was decided to appeal the that, I mean that when our
1 case directly to the Supreme (AP) A votes are cast In Chicago on
4 Court because of the constitution. Election Day, I want them
w move to shut off debate In the
'ti' al question Involved. The attor.ne counted on election night
., Senate battle over the Supreme
r 10 'L )', who Is preparing a brief, Couit legislative reaj portion. "And when our votes are cast
v also plans to challenge the Judge's meat decision appeared certainof in Texas on Election Day, I
want them counted on election
decision permitting Conboj's at. defeat t"(Uy',
"
tornes to charge attorneys'fees Republican Leader Everett night
.. M against a special City account M. Dirksen of Illinois and 16 In a speech to a crowd of
-
-
that would be set to receivethe approximately !noo earlier at
I up other senators are trying to end
i'i'P. I ON: THE: IPI: IP- Apparently standing on its tail, this back taxes, if Judge Odom's debate on Dlrksen proposal to Rutland, Vt, Miller said he
U,S. Air Force twin-jet \",\T.370 shoots up \ertical flight decision is allowed to stand. delay (for at least a year federal hoped there would be an "hon.
1 Fitted with 3,000 pounds of disposable armament, including cowl orders tarrying out the est election process" this year
wing.mounted rocket pods, napalm tanks. bombs and machine high tribunal's ruling that both "even though I sometimes
P.- gun ammunition it can fly over 430 miles per hour houses of state legislatures be wonder if Lyndon Johnson fig.
below 123 Yank Officer urea on counting the Chicago and
and can operate at apportioned on a population Texas votes,
basis
He did not elaborate on the
Dies At HandsOf Pretldet. Johnson, mean. references.
while, was backing a
reported
If You Want Cash Fast Texas Is the President's home
compromise that states It is the
state Some Republicans
Viet Reds "sense of Congress' that leg.
In 1960 after the Demo.
charged ,
You Should Visit G.A.C.! islatlve reapportionment be
SAIGON, Viet Nam (API_AUA delayed. This would not have crats took Illinois by a narrow
Move the old set into the kids' room or den for added HARMONYIN Arm officer advising a the tone of Dlrkstn's proposal. margin, that there had been
HOME Vietnamese Ranger battalionwas The ontroversy Is one of the vote tampering Democratic
THE killed today in a clash uth chief stumbling blot ks to ad. controlled Chicago.
TV like Color TV Prices start lower loan is hard only 15 miles In another part of his Rutland
There's no today's superb Stop thinking a to get.P a Viet Cong patrol Journment of Congress. Dtrksen

than ever now . and it routs you leu to enjoy. Deoaun the recent Under the GAC. plan the cash you south of Saigon. seeks to attach his proposal to speech the Miller American said people the majorityof want
U.S. officials said the Rang. the 3.btlllon forelgn.ald au.
$10 million rate reduction now makes the average price paid |
residential kilowatt hour 31..% LESS than it was 10 years Ago almost as soon as you ask for it. moving through Long An Provo possibility of a presidential '"even doesn't."If Lyndon Johnson
lace on a routine operation veto.
P
) when a Viet Cong unit of about The cloture vote which'

-tlu 1r() /'tff.HHW.l.r. k bef' 20 men opened fire, sniping rid 1 requires two-thirds approvalfrom
y , And you mar repay gradually firing short machine-gun bursts those senators voting !. Title Companyof
Maw. rnfarte ,..." tefam over s bug period of bme The American and two Vietnamese expected to fall short It l.

/A beat Id home were killed and seven aimed at a group of senators Naples
for tittrrtainmrnl '''JO\' the Magie T , ,.
other Vietnamese were Wound. to talk
AMIFM Radio, Stereo Hi.Fi, and (o/or/ TV SEE rO/'R( ELFH, who have been trying
teens I le $600 ed. One of the guerrillas was Dlrksen .Ider to death. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
vf @
killed. The rest fled Dtrksen's rider would delay TITLE INSURANCEr
The American officer was the for a year or more court-or 114 (are St.Ml ,
G.AC. FINANCE 192nd U.S. serviceman to die in dered reapportlonmect of state I 2.5051
combat here since December legislatures "In the absence of
COR P O"ATION I W. J.
1961.The highly unusual circumstances. ........
a 281 Ninth Street South Saigon government 1' "- .... ''It. )
J nounced that, In another ar flti

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY N rie. r ,ii "!!IeI' e"_' -1V 2,Si9r Red killed guerrillas a government ambushed dill I 't\ among Hay/ ranks US farm first crops in acreage; sec ha.

\ Mtla/M1 IV 40 rteea1a LOANSM DiTO-liisIDIN-TS"o"TiiL NIAMT TOWNS chief and 13 of his men and In value to corn

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