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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: September 11, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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, iJ Weather Outlook Stricken Area Begins Cleanup

Considerable{ cloudlnrn and

iv f windy with occasional shoats

through Saturdi). Loa tonight

mid-i0e, high S turd.), LBJ To Take Look

A a, i?' mid-OOe. Southwesterly 20 to fAt
""w"" JS mile lnd. higher in .hoer .'.
; ,. Small trait should remain
a 1 in port.



> gave.. / TIDES Dora's

Damage
raEtt Mer High Loa'

'.m. pm. a m. pm.
Sept 'U 2:22 5:10: 1:02: *:52
Sept 12 2:51 1:10: 1:51 IU: -
JACKSONVILLE Fla. VM The federal officials had been ihely the mow .ippioi i h of i hur
Sept 13 J:31: 'Ot 10:IS 10:12 \
President Johnson derided today dispatched earlier by the Pies rlc! ane Ethel
Sept U 4:27 0:11: 12:27
to lake a first-hand look at dent, who Thursda\.... ' all It was too earN (to tell here
Sept 14 11:5t: the devastation caused b\' hunt, led 1011' of Georgia and rlol'ld Ethel would go, but I her renter
Vdd one hour for Marto can Dora In northeast Florida battered by Dun a major ills'is. 11'.11I Mi'ling toward the U.S.
Add one hour, Naples Bay bridge and southeast Georgia ter area mainland along the same pathtaken
The President was scheduled George E. Reedv While House lhpl' late, dent!unlive
"" w 3 to arrl\ In this battered coy at press secrelan', said ongiess slater" Dora
mldalternoou, make an on.the. men from Ihs two state had poi"i limH'd| weak! nut wet,
iP1 e ground lns|>e ./ A Road Work to Brunswick, Ca., for a look at badl)' dimaged legion.Peedy her fur>' sheaf| In an
J the stricken Georgia coast. announced the tilp '|\ of cli-stuii! tioncaf\ \ the At

1 ,, .. .,;rJ *, ... &iII The surprise announcement barely an hour before Juhnlon'lI.'heduled ImtU "h'rt'lid a i slow tiek

I fcsJ ..,;_ .. '\, ,, ..n._ ,, __ I tNEA! ; 'I'.I..nlM. .. ,,/ of Johnson's plans came as a departure accost the Inland 1'111,1.111.111.
- '-- '-" '-- .vw
DrawsC federal Inspection team healedby Meanwhile, residents' of the Preliminary estimates put
"ORPHANS" OF THE STORM: -The high school gymnasium in Jacksonville Beach. Fla., Lag Edward A. McDermott, dlnrtar stricken area began a nnsslxe clim\m m the tens oi. millions
I' is converted into a dormitory for residents of the area who fled from their homes to avoid of the Office of Emer. cleanup and tepalr Job, .it the of .dollais. Dut Iwtause of eatl\"
the fury of Hurricane Dora genry Planning, began a tour of same time watching appiphenDAVTDC. wanting. and pippaiatloii, In.
the two.stale area. eluding Uige-acale rmdal] evac.uitlons .
of C Fire their' welt no deaths
dliectly atti amiable to the

LBJ Hits At Extremism Beauty Pageant The Boca pact of the East Naples storm Dnra lost her strength during
; U.S. fourJanlng work has C. Jones Heads State a rainy trek across inrtheinFloilti
Features Tall prompted the Greater Naples tncl wan dow,' iaded t to
Chamber of Commerce board of a trojlcal storm with peak
director to ask the State Road winds esllnnteil, at 10< m'I'lex |per
Barry Centralization Girls This Year Department for an explanation

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) of the delays In the project.At Real Estate Commission (Continued un page 8)The

-Tall girls are In style at (the the September 1 County
HARREBURG Pa. AP CHICAGO (AP) Sen. Barry Miss America pageant, espe. Commission meeting, County Engineer .
President Johnson, Identifying Goldwater said today that the dally when they're in swimsuits Harmon Turner reportedthat David C, Jones, Jr., was Ir ''1 .t"7F""'"'
the Republican cause with "a Supreme Court, by not using the $554,214 fourJantng was elected chairman of the Florida tI Ar and
doctrine that Invites extrem. judicial restraint, threatens our The 10 Judges have chosen about 13 per cent behind sche Real Estate Commission
Ism," says voters this year will. present system of government. two towering beauties as win. dule. J.W Conner of Tampa Is at Its August meeting Haven I ,
reject "the echoes of the past.; In a speech, prepared tor ners In the first two night the contractor tor the 1.8 mile Hammer executive
Using the strongest languagehe delivery to the American Pollti. of the preliminary swim suit stretch of road.Chamber of the Napleswn secretary-theCulf I, ,
has yet applied to his pollti. cal Science Assn., the Republl.can competitions. of Commerce dlr. Board of t ,
Realtors announced. In
cal opponents, Johnson assoclat. presidential candidate saldi Miss West Virginia, Ella ectors heard a report of th.CotC n
ed them with "reckless fac. "I weigh my words carefully Kessel, won top honors Thurs. transportation committee, which William G. Haynie, of Orlan on
described when I say that of all three week and do, former president of the xM A
tlons" which he as day night In the swim suit. She met earlier In the they By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
contemptuous callous, acct branches government stands 5JooU10"/4 In her stock approved the committee's suggestion Florida Association of Real
gent, belligerent and careless. today's Supreme Court Is the log feet and is the tallest con. that the state be asked to ton, was named as a new member LA COHUNA, Spain tAP) -
The President set a Harris least faithful to the constitution tel>tant. Her measurements are explain the lagging construction. to replace S. Merle Henley The Franco government and the
burg audience of 5,000 cheering al tradition of a limited govern 37.25.37. The committee said the pro who completed his three Spanish Roman Catholic hler r.
and chanting Thursday night, ment, and to the principle of Winner of the swim suit dlri. Ject had been delayed extensive year term. chy reached an agreement.
accusing his opposition of.. de legitimacy the exercise of ion Tuesday, first night ofcanpoltion ly through the past several Jones 40, becomes theyoungest Thursday night expected to

___ Miandlng'that vMttis ''nhuose a power Thursday{ was Miss Callfor.nia months, and they **r* Indies man ever appointed! I t r t"M P-YO Die lay,'for a raN swing ;... .......
doctrine that Is alien to America Twice CIoldwater"criticized Sherrl Lee Rasp, who Is 0.9 flans now that Conner hIlf ht to become chairman of the FlorIda f yi' Spain's 10,000 Frcfteiiant red. .
.- that would lead to a tragic the court's decision and has measurement o38.24.. not be able to finish gloat liberty.
convulsion in our foreign rela. reapportionment of state leg. 36. allotted time. Construction might Real Estate Commission v The proposed law, sought for
!lone." IsUtures. Today he was again Thursday night the Judgis run over Into the winter (tourist since It established In 1923. seven years, has the suipnrt' In
And, depleting 1964 as a time critical of that decision as well chose Miss North Dakota, Kar. season, the transportation group He was appointed to the Coin principle of both Gen Francisco
of dec Islon of Its verdlc In the school pray.er the winner of noted. mission In 1962 by Governor +
he said citizens will en Kopseng, as Franco and the Vatican,
be voting on 'the 1 peat of the case. the talent division after she The committee further said It Farris Bryant for a three- It Is believed that the law will
He cited these to Illustrate his Del Dl" from had heard that throughout '
world. sang the aria "Un reports year term. permit! Protestants to worship
At another point, Johnson contention the court Is moving "Madame Butterfly" a large part of the construe Born In Harlan, Ky., Jones openly In Catholic Spain, to own
stopped!> the show and started Into areas he doesn't think It She joined Miss Minnesota, tlon period, Conner apparently attended elementary schools In f' church property, to publish
the, music "Hello Lyndon"was should be In. Barbara Hasselberg, who had has not been maintaining a high Bonlta Springs and Naples He certain church literature and
the tune by shouting this "I do not doubt for one minute taken the first night' talent level of activity on the project. JONES JH. Protestant Bible and to con.
from .
that law must with the was graduated Kentucky ,
battlecry that produced a mirth. keep u + competition with her Interpret There have been times when no duct church schools
ful doubletake from his au. changing times," Goldwatersaid. tion of three hula dances. heavy equipment was apparently Military Institute and attended The emimatod 100 Protestant
"But the Job of keeping the Is the final of available at the Job It added. the University of Nonh Carolina
dlence eta Democratic fund. Tonight night chapels now are not permitted
Board of Realtors In
law to date should l>e In the where he majored In serving
raising dinner up the preliminary competition. Directors authorlted the com accounting to l hear signs showing they are
hands of the legislatures, the and received his degree 1956 and 1957, and In 1958
"We are a nation of lovers mlttee to request Information places of worship,
and not a nation of haters.' Congress, and the common law from the State Road Department In commerce. he served as vice/ president

Joining In the ensuing laught. courts, not Just In the hands of LBJ May Be Given on the project, asking for reasons The new commission chairman of the Florida Association of RAWALPINDI Pakistan I

er, Johnson waded out a sixin.taneous the nine appointed"Justices of behind any delaye.The board served three and one- Realtors (AP) A shipload 23,000tons
musical salute from the the Supreme Court. court Whale Of Memento also backed up a committee re. half years In the Armed Forces Active In civic affairs, Jones of American wheat 1 II being
organist and tho biggest burst pf Goldwater said todaj s quest that the SRD revise Its has served on the Naples Lon
from those VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) and started his real estate diverted from Pakistan/ hun
cheering frol1a crowd that operates differently criteria for establishing thetlme ing Doard, Collier County Park Pakistani
the
the When President Johnson comes business In Naples In 1951, gry India govern
in
Interrupted him more than 40 past. to be allotted a contractor for a Board and as chairman of the announced
Until recent years," he said, to Vancouver next Wednesdayhe He was elected State Representative men today.
times. the Supreme Court Itself has may receive a whale of a job "to" a more reasonable time from Collier County, and Collier County (Planning Hoard, The announcement aald the
Never during the evening did restraint with memento. limit. his He ls s member of the First diversion was requested by the
exercised Judicial represented
Johnson mention his GOP rival, In explanation, the transportation county during Indian commissioner In
of with Alderman Aeneas Bell-Irving Christian Church of Naples, high
respect to ads Congress the 1953 and 1955
said that If Conner legislative
Sen. Barry Goldwater. But by group
Pakistan and the U.S.
the Embassyin
said Thursday he hoped
but which American Lions Club
which\ It disagreed Legion,
has time to be able terms He also served for
talking about extremism/ a legitimate President would pay a visit to enough to order to help ease India's
founded and Is Mason ands Shrlner.
hot at were on curtail his work schedule and three a member a
topic July s Republican ZVi-ton years as of current fowl shortage,
Moby Doll, the c-ity's
National Convention and by exercise of legislative power. killer whale But If he can't not maintain a high level of activity : the Gulf States Marine Com Jones and his wife Irene, The Paklslanl government
Courtof ,
that his "But not the Supreme throughout the period al. live at 43n Fourth Avenue N.,
repeatedly saying Bell.Irving thinks the City mission. said It had offered India/ another
opponents demanded a choice of today Is! the last da of Gold Council should present the lotted, the time provided In the Jones Is a past president Naples. They have one son, 100,000 tons of wheat from It*
This >
tie voters, Johnson sought to water's first week of ofhctalcampaignng President with a silver mlnla. due contra "Is obviously star of the Naples-an-the Gulf David C, Jones III, aged 13. reserves,
mike his target evident.Ooldwater .
He has a speech
has said many at Rockford, DI., late today, and ture.Moby Doll was captured not Chamber director alsoasked ,.-. p. ., -- .- -
times that .
his candidacy otters
the the committee to Investigate r.
earlier In
then It'l back to Washington for tar from here
.
the electorate a choice. not an to under ''
the weekend before taking his summer and appears to be ports that Naples plans 'A ,
echo. thriving in her new home Ilea take a street construction pro. :
Continued 8) at an old wharf gram In the coming months which
(Continued on pig 8) ( on page pen
might run Into the heavy winterseason.
Such report are at var. r f i
lance with assurances given the
, membership at the quarterly
meeting last week by a City
spokesman that such work! was
not being planned for the season, +
M h'r L the board noted. ; a
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2 Slightly Hurt

In Auto Collision))


Here Early TodayCalvin 1

McDanlel and Raymond to
"
Glover, both of Miami, were take ,c 6a,,. ;1 &
en to Naples Community Hospital
8 following a two car crash at 6:30 W '
o'clock this morning at the r
corner of Twelfth Avenue,North, a
and the Trail. Th.y were both (
given emergency treatment and

later released .

accident according to Na.
y The F ,
k'
phs police, occurred when Mn.
Sheila Idella Cave, 1074 Sixth a
t Lane, North, driving west on -L- - -- W
My r I Twelfth Avenue, North, failed AWARD SCHOLARSHIP Members of th:' Naples Woman's Clubtesteidav

to stop and at crashed the Trail Into in the her Vott An.glla .. announced! th.'It'dnlC! of a $200 scholarship to Miss

,t 1'r driven by McDanlel. Joyce Vice, ]03id! Avenue North, a 1961 giaduate of Naples Senior
wagen
Hijrh School Mat Vice was a member of the Future N'uises of America
Both cars were turned com and served as an American Red Cross Volunteer), Kiting 2,800 hoursof
pletely around In the collision sen'ice to Naples Community Hospital. Since in'actuation she has

1 w r ed with Into the the Volkswagen ditch. Damage being knock.to U been emplo)'ed bv the hospital M an aide. She plans to attend Edison;
,
r .
was estimated at $730. Damage Junior College for one year Lefoie enteiing a nursing school In the

to the Cave car was estimated picture are seated from left, Mrs. Richard Brashear chairman of the
NETWORK OF STEEL frames workmen at site of City's storm water at f 200. Mrs CaY was given a public: affair committee of the Woman's Club, Miss Vice, and Din
.
pumping station on the bay at Broad A.. .-nue South The $138.100 ticket for having no driver' lie.: Robert Coc, Woman's Club treasurer presenting check ; standing, airs

facility is being constructed by Southern Gulf Utilities Co. of Miami. tote and falling to yield the J. n. Seaberit president of the Woman's Club and )Ir.. Henry R.
Pumps to be installed here will lift storm drainage water 16 feet. A right of way Officer Mike Grimm Hoffman, \oluntceis chairman of the Collier Count). Chapter of' the

'72-inch: pipe, deep underground, will feed water into tlNEWS( photo. ) police.made the investigation the American Red Cross (NEWS photo) \

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J' Yr" Grandparents



Drought Costs Farmers s a e eB That's Left In India


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helped ward off disaster
B Wheat
BAGHOLA, India (AP) shipments from the
w for a moment Midwest,
Chater thought
Millions Across Nation : Sing soon to total 600,000 tons

c wwriu,...... ,t M 1 Then, in a delivered voice heavy his month, are the difference be.a
he
with
CHICAGO (AP) /- Thl rains New York Drought has opinion.worry, tween life and death tor
lasted five hundreds of thousands.Few .
that never cam have cost months In some "It's the worst In my memo.
Aroettcu ,barmen from. New eastern and central upstate he said "We have hair deaths have been attrl.
ry,
England to the Rockies millions counties, resulting In drled.up stomachs Two meals now are buted officially to starvation

of dollars In damaged crops this i: pastures, stunted grain crops There has been no repetition of

summer and a scarcity of hay. Many one.Thus the 70-year-old villager, the Bengal famine of 1943 when

Ah Associated Press survey communities have restrictions knowing nothing of politics or millions died.
shows' that they stand to lose i I on use of water and dairymen economics described the food But the eight members of

'TnlUlons more because drought: are asking for a revision of the Jff crisis sweeping India. Chater Sing's family subsist for

Conditions still prevail In many'federal milk-price formula to Even here in the Punjab, the days at a stretch on boiled
sections of the country. cover increased feed costs. well-off agricultural barley broth. American wheat

Compounding the farmers'' Indiana Serious forest fires : section relatively of northwest India, has gone to harder hit areas and

woes has been scorching: tem., threaten In the southern part of than there have been no vegetables
seldom are more
') peratures that left fields state unless substantial rainfalls people half full after meals. Things are milk or butter, the mainstays) at
parched. In the next 10 days But ashWlMj their diet, for a long time.
much in other areas.
Rural counties In some agricultural little., crop loss anticipated, America's worse aid In "My grandchildren don't have
states have been de.i although rivers and creeks In program in enough to eat," he says sadlj!
India which has pumped
clared federal disaster "areas, northwest Indiana are at lowest 4r In India this Is an admissionthat
1951has
about billion since
with farmers obtaining emer.> levels in adecade.Colorado $5.6 hurts deeply and many

gency loan. Five eastern families In Baghola are on strict

The dry spell has also forced counties asking disaster relief. Name Goodlette self-imposed rationing to pro.

some communities to ration or Wheat crop hit hardest vide food for youngsters

curtail the use of water by the Missouri Relief from recent Children get first preference,

general public. rains but corn crop throughoutstate : Sales ManagerOf pregnant women are next, Work.i
Here Is a rundown of the already damaged and 4y.W lug men follow. Grandparents

situation In affected states pastures in poor shape. get what's left.A'iresd .
Ad Miller'sAd
Kentucky Drought blamed Kansas Farmers in some 1 apathy, a resigna.

tor estimated cut of 50 million central and western areas Miller, President of Ad tion to fate, has seized man) In

pounds In burley tobacco output, waiting for rain before planting ,..... Miller Associates, Inc., announced Baghola.

the state's major cash crop. wheat. September rains have __--'" ._.... __no. today that Richard 'It's all decided by God,"
New Mexico 15 of 32 coun. alleviated situation elsewhere. Chater Sing says As for the
ties receiving some kind of Wisconsin More than 20 BICYCLE BUILT rOK H>Togetherness Is a Bcavln.cycle" for this Evansville Ind family, John (Pali! Beaun 'ifront (Dick) Coodlerte Is to become government: "Things are boundto

drought disaster aid. Water counties declared eligible for seat) designed and built it for family cycling excursions. Riding it with him are. from left Mrs. Beat'In. Dennis. 7. and affiliated with Miller's reales- be better for they are making

reported In short supply at state federal assistance although new Bonnie 12 tate firm as of October 1. an honest attempt..

reservoirs. rainfall has Improved the sltua. Neither Sing nor his neighbors

tlon. crops expected to be smaller No serious shortage of moisturethan would eat any of their many)

No Strings To Pennsylvania Several usual elsewhere. Rochester Minn. Economy 4a cows and buffalos that range:

counties In north central and Ohio Most of centrallOuthMaryland Pasture feed across the countryside, strip.

City Key Given northeast receiving disaster aid ern and western Ohio very dry. supplies very short due to water ping it of everything green.

Hay, corn and pastures hardest Last measureable rainfall In shortage in most Important Animal life Is sacred to ortho.

Mrs. GoldwaterGREAT Columbus was Aug. 22, one-half livestock areas, but tobacco dux Hindus like Chater Sing and
hit.Texas On Clinic
FALLS, Mont. (AP) Moisture short over Inch. Corn crop suffering and harvest proceeding more rapid. Depends Mayo this reverence for life means

Mayor Marian Erdmann most of the state Livestock pastures dry but no scarcity of ly than 1963. that birds, monkeys, rats and

presented Mrs. Barry Gold. conditions generally poor and drinking water. Iowa Drought lifted In ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) mistaking that Rochester grew cattle annually munch unmo.

water with a copper key to the herds dwindling. Hay, cotton, New Jersey August was the August but still responsible for Some towns are built on a min. on and for the clinic. lested through an estimated 10

city of Great Falls Thursdayand corn and peanut harvest fair to driest in the state's history. 39-mllllon.bushel drop In corn Ing Industry, some on steel, It all began In 1864 when a million tons of food grain.

said In a friendly rib at poor. City water supplies mostly Last substantial rainfall In yield estimate. some on lumber. Rochester Is native of Manchester, England, A reporter pointed out to

Billings, Mont. "We do not adequate but some small towns Trenton July 31, Dairy farmer Nebraska No serious built doctors. Dr. William Worrall Mayo, farmers in Prlthlla village that

ask to have It returned." have rationed water. hardest hit and unusual number drought condition although If you walked the streets of came to the then hamlet of 3,000 pigeons and sparrows were

Billings officials presentedMrs. Illinois Corn and soybean of wood and brush fires report. southwest wheat area seeding this southern Minnesota city, and began practice.Two eating rapidly through a bin of

Lyndon B. Johnson with a crops expected to be poorer due ed In the past week. delayed somewhat due to dry and could count on meeting a sons, William James and I drying grain. Why not shoo

key to the city last month and to August dry spell.Massachusettl West Virginia -North.central soil conditions cross.sectlon of its population, Charles Horace, became doctorsand them away?

Mayor- Wlllard Frazer's efforts Pasture area approved for grazing Oklahoma Drought consld. very forty-fifth person wouldbe began to practice with their "Where else will they (go?"

to 'have1 It returned gained conditions poorest in 15 years livestock on soil bank acreage ered critical until August rain a physician. father. After he died, Dr. Will asked Chunll Lal. "They are our

nationwide attention. Apple, cranberry and blueberry because of drought conditions brightened the crop outlook. Rochester Is the home of the and Dr. Charlie, as they were nleghbors."

Mayo Clinic, which this year known, took on three other Stymied by such thinking and
will mark its 100th birthday.The doctors In what came to be RICHARDCOODLETTE farmers who hold to traditional

.UUpNIUUUINgIUaU1q. MIIIUUaIWI111UIlUlUIIMNUIIAWNMMMMMUMNNaIWUU1MaUMNMalUI11UA JIWWHNIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIINHIMIIHIIII.U'; clinic has become a known Informally as the Mayo ways, the government lias llltlo

magnet for the famous and Clinic. Goodlette served as a mem- success In increasing agricultural .

for persons wanting top medical By 1914 they had their own ber of the Board of Collier production. Food grain

diagnoses or with ailments that building a two.story red brick County Commissioners for four output in the last three years

have baffled their local doctors. structure that still stands In years from 1957 to 1961. It stagnated at 80 million tons

:4r CorJia/{ lnviteJ Kings and queens, head of contrast to the two Mayo sky. was during this period that annually. But In that time the
.: c
population soared 30 niilllun to
; state, persons prominent In the scrapers, and serves as a la. Collier County began Its accelerated 465 million.

entertainment, sports and boratory.The population growth,
clinic grew in scope and Transput'tatlon fouhi|"s leave
worlds and
business are such freoquent the Commissioners faced
reputation. Its first large build American wheat on hoard, ships

Richards f:4ftcuJ the C- //iwrc/t their presence patients creates at Mayo's little that stir ing, a 15-story structure of tan unexpected many challenges problems Including created the in Bombay harbui., Government

FhMM Ml I-40M In this town of 45,000.So Italian marble, topped by a six. business often wrapped. III and,)
story bell tower, was completedin by Hurricane Donna. In recognition tape, is often unable to get the
are people with uncommon
"SCmsMrW 11 1939. Two other buildings of his servlcesGood- grain affected* areas.
"Youtompl.I.H. ill" ' 4 .. .,;0 0"1'#' troubles malfunctioning have since Joined It. Clinic lette Road, on the eastern periphery The poor don't eat fruit any.
hearts disorders
torn
rare eye ,
711 Mil A... C I limbs they hope to save from hospital patients are treated of the City, was named more because much is being

"f Y JO'CfZ amputation.The chiefly in two large Rochester In his honor. He clime to Naples shipped to the Soviet Union.

Naples Rexall hospitals, separately owned but ten as
clinic takes them all years ago managerof
101 Mil A... nearly 2,600,000 to date. working closely with the clinic. the local radio station WNOG.

While It shuns publicity and Dr. Will and Dr. Charlie died Dorn In /Hazard, Ky., and educated GladdingSamuel
The Bank of within a few months of each
Growing with Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church protects Its patients' privacy, other in 1939. in Bowling Green, he was UawsonGladilliitf/:, 7 1.:',
the clinic is marking its centen.
co-owner of a radio station In
Colh.r mb.ryf.D: I by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. nlal with more than SO scientific Dr. Charles W. Mayo, son of Hazard before moving to Florida a retiredBethiehemSteclCoiii-;
Charles H. formally retired
meetings. pany executive and a wlmei
Wooded hills flank from the clinic and as chairmanof in 1954. When the owner- for the '
Hartley's Rochesterand resident of "Naples rao1
its board last October at 63. ship of WNOG hands
M Ninth .1'..., give way to typical farming changed eight years, died early tod,iy ,i I'
The Mayo name Is carried on Goodlette joined the
HE country nearby, but there Is no Dewey I llospit.il.
Naples Community
RIGHT at the clinic by his son, an Polly organization. He also
Bob's Pastry A native of Baltimore, Mil.' .
APP Intern. Dr. Charles H. Mayo II
took active Interest In civic
III eta M, No. '
E 33, represents the fourth gen. Gladding made his home here
Froth Bokotf matters.
". First Graders eratlon of Mayos at the clinic The at 526 first Avenue, :South
possessor of a fine baritone -
Federal r, The clinic has a professional He also maintained a home
Naples
1" voice Good lette In
< } Crawling Part staff of 400 doctors, and 600 sang In Al'em own, I'a.
and Loan 1 the choir of the first ChristIan -
55. '" more, Including 50 from abroad, He retired four JK';
years
'
MS llh Avo,, to ,JJim' : under its Church, and participated
,- Of Reading Pan; studying fellowship In amateur theatricals lie as division superintended "I t
, program. the Saucon Plant of Bethiehcu, I
C", Two Mayo doctors, Edward C. appeared In Naples Players'
Lllotlmo . '.. CHICAGO (AP) Forty Steel at Bethleham, Pa. He was
Kendall and Philip S. Hench, production of "tlMS Pinafore"and
MI I.till or 11471 three first graders put on a member of the PresbyterianChurch
1950 for
Nobel Prize in
won a In several non-musical
w. Qivo, kneepads, got down on all fours of AUentown, a past
'" their work with cortisone.A .
plays.
and crept around a lunchroom special stamp to on sale patron of Eastern Srara lie'i
go
Coin Goodlette will Sales
Naples serve as
for seven minutes. in Rochester today, will honor her of the Masonic Lodge: of
Sp.td Quion W. I Ilr It's of daily to Manager and Inlstratlve
Sif Soy W ?h part a program these and other Mayo achieve. Charleston. Va., the Tail I i
them to learn to read Assistant to Ad Miler "To
U.., Nwy1 N t 'e" v help ments in its centennial. Cedars of Bethlehem and the
t It started Thursday at St. that 1 am delighted at the
.. say
0.. 14 Noun .: Iron and Steel Institute of Beth*
W. Ho.fr, ". ,"" James Roman Catholic school __ _. ___h_ prospect of having Dick Good- lehem.
In suburban Sauk Village.A lette as one of chief associates -
my
Naples S letter to parents explainedthat Is A graduate: of I.ehMi University
understate
,v Dr. Carl H. Delacato who Naples ChapterOf to my in 1)11! he was chairman
lItO f N.. ....... feelings," Miller said, "Na-
r has made a study of the subject, of the Student Giant at ihe
BB Builders J DECA Elects turally, our activities are expanding
I theorized that youngsters have university for 15 years lie
with the
Troll North trouble learning to read In New OfficersThe growth of the was also a charter member of
and this
Plywood I Door Avell.ole"y direct proportion to their lack of city area, and Dick's the Bethlehem
Schloio Ruiiwln D neurological organization.That Naples' High School experience and his thorough Steel I Club.
of the Distributive Education and tie Is survived ry his wife,
means, it added, the Chapter knowledge enthusiasm for
Lamplighter N' of America !: and Mrs. Hazel 1. Gladding of Naples
nervous systems of many chll. Clubs (D.E.- Naples surrounding terri

ot Downtown 4 Cornor U, dren have not been developed C.A.) elected officers Friday, tory, which came about throughhis and Allentown; a daughter,
Mrs. Laura
Glassmlre
adequately September 4. They are as follows years In the real estate Dorothy

C A. 'wee' M The letter related that such : president,James Haynesivice'president ; business and as a County Com of Allentown; two sons, Dr

Interior' 4 .. ., y, a +M development goes through Linda Lucky missioner, promises to be of Samuel W. Cladding of Allen-
Pointing, stages In Infancy', crawling on sec retary.StephanleHa'l;treasurerl tremendous value to me and town and Dr.I lchard M.Giadd-
... the stomach. Later, in of
Wollpo creeping Ctrl Partln. my organization." Ing Lehlghton Pa., and nine
Phono MI 11711 "1 a cross pattern with the simultaneous grandchildren.Funeral .
DECA membership Is
Noploi, ,. movement of one hand opento
services will beheld
ill members of the Distributive -
and the
opposite
"" leg Next, Stake Resigns In Bethlehem The Richard A.
Marathon
Education Classes.
i t .e toddling At 3 or 4, walking in
Morlno d .v Then at S These students to school Pltrman Funeral Home has
lend ,ee4 a.n', cross pattern or 8, go Post With FDC
'd- + % N' ore side of a child becomes half a day and then are placedIn charge of local arrangements.
MI 1-4MJ ., we ye' .yw' \ tylw W TH' CMUICMaft," ALL dominant, making left.handed a position for on-the-job TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Roger
Stake
.d'fe. ja j. has resigned effective
., .n.f ALL /oft," TH' ewuncH.a
or rtght'handed. where can
Trail Builders '' training they apply Oct. 1 as executive director ol
t 'Wa {1V ,. 1 'a"1d' IrnrowlhNM..o TM rh.mh 'h:lM v.wl r Without such development, what they have learned In the State Development Commls.! DEATHSI
,114 letter set forth
9' d' .dR "' ,,( .k.,,,, the a person school. slon, Gov. Farris I I
nl Bryant Jose
MADRID ) -
d Spun CAP
__Noploo ., i p1 .... w.t1.::. becomes neurologic unorganized. ,
d d wdNte.whw.l ,. N CIw5 ._- Stake stepped up to the top I i I Frances y San hez.tleredero, 81,
West Coajt yN. ,,91 t. : nrvn. 'r a, n"lh post a couple, of months ago Spanish writer, art critic and I Isi
first
the
1n.MMth So graders went
.u MN
.a after
Comploto e'r. MI ':,:. :. M Y," around Dental Care Wendell Jarrard resigned 'r eta r>.general of the Spanish
lee Mh Avo. So ....... _...n. d, ,'or, creeping moving the as director but' continued as Royal A'arlemy of fine arts,
,_o.MWA MIMA, ah.. left hand, a right foot and then chairman. Stake
". '"" right hand and left foot.Slst.r Nomadic people from the who joined died Thursday.
Charles R. a :: PM' :"III t" := the Arabian desert today accord Jarrard's staff In 1961, will re. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -
i' ., hw .#d Mar Peter, one of the
Cabinet y : ::.t.' 1.; ': teachers, said the little pupils ing to dental historians brush turn to private business. Claude S. Lawson, chairman of

Dotoil, Cobmot, .t.h.._."0' ,.. .,...., also will take walking exercises, their teeth In the lame man The governor said that Stake's the U.S. Pipe and Foundry Co.,
rho
wM/.z' :; backIn administrative and c r eat 1 died of heart attack at his
Antique' ) ". wiiigln; tho loft hind while ner as their ancestors v e a
44 Ir1h N. So t :,:.: .:.:.. ryNn INMI moving the r {'it toot and vice the fourth centur Then ability made him Invaluable to home Thursday.
-- r..rl'Jimmie '
tarn
10
....N r..4 -- 5.1.1. dmhPh.t.rln vt:st ancestors used switches madeof the commission. CHICAGO (AP) Peter W.

'It's a t tIe, \ ," the nun con. mlSS\\ ak. a wild bush containing -- - -- Cahill, former public aid admin

4 M..o", lined. "It's nut proven yet" baking soda istrator In Illinois and Nevada,
mono Ml Roth died Wednesday at the age of

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services for John
Van Der Attend The William Roth, 67, custodian oi! BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -

Music I 1\10"1, .\d"I".loil'llI'I'' I'k' Sri ,.10...} Va.t the First Presbyterian Church, Dr. John Stuart Foster, nuclear

'Complete In"ru.r GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCHTHIS will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday .|, physicist and former faculty
.
'in ony Monday TueldilY .dn..day Thursday Fl'lday Saturday afternoon from the church member at McGlll University in
SMI IT
IMI tth M MUSIc H. Judges psalms Psalms Proverbs Zechariah Luke SUNDAY with the Rev. ,JohnW.Stumppas., Montreal died Wednesday in a

,- 10:10.16: 17:I-\\} 101:1-9 7:1.5 2:6.13: 10:38.41Naples : tor, officiating. Roth, a retired Berkeley hospital He was 74.
tile contractor Clevoland.Ohlo, PHILADELPHIA (AP) The
Worship 11100 A.M.
Morning
QI.L.
.,,<'. .' ' .,' died Rev. Dr. Benjamin
rJ : suddenly while at work Wed. F. Glasco,
t "t ; .tt ;.' : fa t' 'Where Fundamental Christian DoctrinesAre nesday morning. 82, the first Negro to be named

Visitation will be at the RICo moderator of the Presbytery of

Cleaners, Preached and Taught" hard A. Pittman Funeral Home Philadelphia, died Wednesday.

ISM MM Avo. S, on Guilford Ko.d and I, S. 41 from 7 to' o'clock tonight.
''O'ItI Div Service The Courthouse Friends who wish may make con.trlbutlons .
One Mil Em of County The 3t
opossum less
; to the Heart Fund In his weighs

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1ft Harbor \High Fashion for Tiny Tots, Hospital ADMISSIONS, Report


9-2t Mamie Smith, Olive

Bow Line Metes James Buchanan, Lillie!:
l Flowers.

-_ rrr111a 9-3t Sara Taylor, Patricia
.
BY NOM1C ROGERS Peck Lisa Tyler, Marie Cole

Phone M12.3634The Karen Tookey, Alice Iriand,
Randy Whlted, Charles Klce, a
L many friends of Mr. and have many memories of \\e\ ,
Mrs Homer Stevens here at Palm Beach, too, as we lived Kidder.
Naplw /Und Yacht Harbor extend there quite a few years, In J-4l I Ruby Layton, 1 11 j "

!heartfelt sympathy to theln fact 1 came down In a mode: Hinds, I B. Dean Hyder.
in the loss of their 4-5i John Waters, 'o v
son, Harold T Ford touring car In 1922.
Et Cooley, Leslie i.eli In er,
eIre Stevens of
SprlngfteW.\ Remind me to tell you about it
Ohio, who passed away Sunday, some these Douglas Brown, John Hi i 11-!

August; 30th. His mother and dd Well, Swamp Buggy days are :on.
were there on a visit, having about here and a new Swamp 9-6t Margaret Thou lea, d t
arrived the 9-Tj Edna Davis, Chat es
Thursday before. Buggy yueen will be crowned. 4
Leo and Cleo Woods of D If my Pa would turn me loose Gray, Flora Edwards, ucy

Pier left this week for a visit for a few days, durned If I Iwouldn't Hall, Julia Jones.9'8t .
In Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John run for It. Let's faceIt Margaret Brown Ve"a

Preston 158 C Pier, will be you don't have to be purty, Fuqua Robert Matthews Rene
leaving soon for a trip back to 'cause after they get through Ellis, Edith Schubert, Hubert

New Jersey. riding you around the race- Clddlngi. .iit

Saw the Gall Whitmans drive track with whoever wins the DISCHARGES

In to 145 C Pier Tuesday, wel- race you're all muddy. So I i. 9-2t Robert Kinlaw, Julia
come home. Also a very warm will suggest that they run the + .Arnold and baby girl, Mona ;

welcome back to Harry and Edna contestants around the track Kyed, Bonnie Reilly, Doils _
Smith as well as the Harbor FIRST( then I might have a Nichols Elizabeth Day, Gladys
Commodore Les Wise and chance, non Reed and baby girl, Carol
Alice Crane.

Met Vincent and Emma Seiler FREELOAD Nojounc: lad Is. loo small to gel Into the fall ia-hum at I. These designs/ \annrtte for 9-3i JarVies DeVogt, Roselee

at Public today and they intro- My hubby and I have found the playground crowd put miss\ Hunt up (here with mom for fashion honors (niton !knit Gomes, Leo, Campbell, Curt MRS VERXL FENDER JR.
duced me to Mr. and Mrs.Russell .V.lint jumper (Ilrlll) Is. In nary blue with shim brass. button trim Its worn over II* own Kayser, Mamie Smith
Van Cleve from Elizabeth, a neat way to supplement our white cotton middy trimmed with green braid and bow \\hlte no,Iron cotton pinafore 9-4 TaylorHenryGll-

NJ. who are old friends and about food bill. Each evening along (right)) trimmed In embroidery, Is worn over a Mack Watch plaid woven rotton dress with yard, Clarence Sachse, Marie DuBaneFenderMr.

will be with them a couple of supper time we get on white collar and cuffs Cole, James Relnhart, Randy
our and ride
weeks. Vince, this is a good around bicycles the slowly United. and Mra EdwIn J. Du. Dane; Mr. and Mrs. David Qua.
chance to get caught up on your park making sure 9-5j Verna Burns, Henry Bane, B.1noAn IMvd., announce der, Sr., of Carbondale Cola;
shuffle-board. Don't we wave to all and sundry witha Baptist MissionTo Schriinm,1 Ruby Layton and the mat'11 age: of their oldest! and Mr. and Mrs David Gua.
forget,we
cheery Hi and how are you, daughter, Joan, to Voril Fen. tin
baby girl Lillie Flowers,
expect to home
another you this bring and our best smiles. We seemto Girl Seoul Notes Open SundayOn Robert Matthews' Sharon Kid der, Jr, of Aspen, Colo. A wedding dinner was given
trophy season
so not say It loud enough as Marco IslandThe der, List (Tyler, Alice Irland, The ceieinoujas l'f'I"rormby the parents of the bride for
busy.
get they always say, "what did ed SiuiJj, Soptcmbrr 0, at 7 20 people at the Copper Kettle
Bruce Rou
George and Bernice Emmertof of a hgarden. aIhe home of Mr. and The
you say? which (means we opening new Baptls1 p.III., young couple are on a
109 D Pier are trying out have to stop and chat just long DY MRS. C.h'. TI IDLRLAKE: ) Mission at Marco Island 9-6t Douglas Elrown,TOI11I11Y Mrs. John Matlila of Aspen, l&day motoi trip to the west
a new traveling idea. They for them (Phone6l:: : : ) was announced by the Rev.\l\'a I lly Cooley Patricia Peck and baby In the pipkenceol Mr and Mrs. roast and will be at home In
left September 4th to go to the enough to say, "We Metes, former Naples resident, girl, Benjamin Simon, Mary DuBane and daughter Sally Du. Aspen alter September 17
were about to sit down to dinner -
Worlds Fair by bus,but Insteadof who Is now pastor of the Rus- Mason, Alejandro Macogoy,
won't In and
going straight through they share, It with you us?"come Naples Senior Girl Scouts, :Sept 15 at 8 p.m. will have sell lark Baptist Church of 9-', Charles Rice THE
Winner Of
win stop overeachnlght. Their Pat as Karen 9-8t Karen Tookey, James Liz
Last Sunday eve. we hit the Troop 241, have been busily Geary speaker, Ft. Myers.
first stop Is Miami,second in Hultzen on the projector, and The Buchanan, Karen Payne.
nightIn jackpot when Vic and Helen engaged rehearsing for their new mission, which Is New Round In BUrr
Jacksonville: then Raleigh, Vail fell for It--mama mla speaking engagements the weekof will be accompanied by Mrs. sponsored by the Russell Park BIRTHS
N.C. They arrive In New Yorkon Marlin 9-2i and Mrs. William Row
Mr.
what a feed. And talk about September 13th-19th to Church, will hold Its first ser- Cleopatra
the 7th. Will spend several perfect hosts, when It came present special: slides and commentary Wednesday, Sept, 16, at vices Sunday morning, September O'Dell Arnold baby girl. Mr. LOS ANGELES (LAP) '
days sightseeing then will decide time to do the dishes I hap on "Girls Make noon, the Rotary Club will entertain 13, In the Tommy Barfield and Mrs. Mulct Minor Reed Artless FlI/aMh To I"1 nml ( G

if they want to return the pened to mention the fish jumpIng the Difference", a program designed Pamela Coeasspeaker, School Community Building. baby girl, her foimer IniMuml, nine! *!'
same way or fly back. Will In the canal outside the to acquaint our many Betty Decker on the projector, Services consisting of Sunday 9-3i Mr.) and Mrs. John Eddie' Flxhei, have won another \ AND
expect them back about the 21st. porch and how I loved to fish, civic friends of the varied aspects and Mrs. Timberlake accompanying School at 10 a.m. and Morning Kenneth Peck baby girl. round In their MUI11 li title to L '
Can't wait to hear how they when I found myself with a of Girl Scout activities. the girls. Worship at 11 a.m. will be 9>4t Mr and Mrs. Lucius forte 20th Ceulm.ro\) films to COUNTRY

liked the stop-overbltlSlhave( and out 1 did pole Following are the dates and Mary He len Corwin will speakat conducted by Rev. Dale Ves- Layton baby girl. account for revenues liom I the i ( CLUB
casting not
often thought I would like to try a fish but that didn't get speakers for the week Exchange the American Legion Auxili- sell, also of Russell Park Baptist 9>8t Mr. and Mrs. Carlton film "Cleoiutia.' f 'iJ' \
stop me For the second time feitoial"
it. from trying until I was fairly Club,Monday,Sept.14th ary meeting on Wednesday, Church. Lee Fuqua baby boy. Mr Judge Tlmimoitd Chike, tinned // with the tealFACILITIES

sure the dishes had been done. with Karen Hultzen narrating, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. with Betty Rev. Metts expressed deep and Mrs. Thomas R, Drown down the studio .iiieini' (/
ENJOYED VISIT Pat the Decker on the projector, and baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel -
All foolishness aside It was a Geary running projector appreciation for the many local Thursday to+ hive the mil .ills
Really enjoyed our visit withKen's lovely evening. What more do and Mrs. Hazel Martin, Mrs. Hazel Martin accompanyIng residents of Marco Island who B. Edwards baby boy, missed, tin lefuieil, the last In Southwest' Florida

mother last week. Everyone we need than good a co-leader of the Senior Troop, the :Seniors It is expected have already extended encour- dismissal ri-qui'ht Mi24..
company for Club
who met her agreed pretty spot In a cool breeze, accompanying the girls. that this program will be pre agement and support, mention Miss Taylor suit fisher own Country
she looked a lot more like 75 and filled with happy food, especially Tuesday, Sept. 15th, Betty sented to other clubs and civic ing particularly Ivan Burley, Baptists Study 83 per rent of MCI!., a Swiss LIVINGGOLFING
than 92 She loved our mobile when didn't haveto Decker will speak, Pam Coe groups during the month of Mrs J.C. Brawner and Mrs. Adding To Staff corpoi atloii, Hhlih in turn owns
home and says if she were a cook It. you runs the projector, and Mrs. October, Mike Anderson as being outstanding 39! |per> i out of the $40 million .
little bit younger she might Am E.W, Timberlake, Naples Senior Planning Board of In their efforts to help Names of* committee members film I lox owns 11! I.er| rent std \II Role ChGII"h" Cll UCKcllcnl
try It as It seemed to her to getting more excited Chairman will be present for Gulf Coast Council meets Sat- establish the new mission to study and make a report on Walwa Films own the lemaln. condition lea pity l ,
every day about the Cruise, additional staff for Ing 10 <'e, .
be the Ideal way of life for old the Lions Club meeting urday, Sept. 12th at the Little membership per
understand some 75 have already the First BaRjlsl" Church have SWIMMING .
folks ]like us. Had to take her The North Naples Civic Association House, Fort Myers with I Karen ;
signed up. Each Sunday 0' been announced by Rev, RobertF. AAJ site,pool 7J:j 4C 10' witlt
back last Friday because she at brunch there is a new crop, meeting Tuesday, Itultzen, vice-prealdedtt of the Three Neapolitans Martin, pastor Jumping lloan ,o.,1+l j .ern,bcnbtpr ....,I./Ie.

was sure the front yard neededto of vaccinations to look over group, PamCoe and MaryllelenCorwin : They art Roy Smith, chair The familiar I I I jumping HOMESITES .
be weeded and watered (she and I still be mad but representatives from Charter MembersAt man; Harold Houchln, Mrs.Wll. movement of the Mexican Tk, A
compare. say Jim not only at us perimeter+ koinriilci et MM!
does It herself). She was afraid Naples as members of the lIam Quayle and Mrs, Gene Me. ( bran Is caused by a
Seivert had jumping
the best Ira titrte Country Club LinnfI
one but jealous, too, as they all want
the three squirrels would think Uhl had board. New CollegeA Lain. The I committee Is ached small moth Inside the plant Soylfc.ttt Fiend
Mary the prettiest to be In the frontline at the
she had forgotton them and one. With the Increased numberof uled to make a recommends and the mou-nunls of its larvae
leave. same time. pupils In our Naples schools, brother and slater will be tlon at the Morning Worship Sere spinning moons vtitlun rare fait .( St.t! (. Ho1S16lfromUJ
NEW NEIGHBOR? Was making some plans for the charter class which 41,
In among Vice on Se4embcr 13. the seeds
The squirrels live a huge the demand for more troops of Sunday
Excuse me a moment while I our vacation last night and men- will enroll at New College when PHONE Ml Mtl
tree In her front yard Girl Scouts will be and
mango ,
see what that big noise Is tioned to my one and only that great the new pi mate college of the
that covers the entire porch. adult volunteers will be neededto
liberal arts and sciences CIOMSUMMER
outside, what with Dora, Ethel, I wished this year we could opensIn
I The tree is from a seed thatKen's meet this demand. Please Sarasota, September 14,
Florence, and maybe Gladys, get a real early start each
, dad planted when they contact Mrs. E.W. Timberlake They ate William and Eliza.
I with a Helen to sneakIn A.M. how he hatesto
trying
Knowing
first moved there In 1919. 1 for information on how womenof bell Caldwell, spa! and daughter
I am a bit jumpy. Well get up early I was amazed
the community can assist of Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Strip
I'm back and you'd never when he said, "I will
8eaGolden guess get up in this most worthwhile ling Caldwell, 250 South Golf
what had happened while I was the minute the sun's rays come program. Drive, Naples
Our will
sitting here writing this. Bill In window." Then he troops only The Is
my grin- be limited the number of daughter a 1903 graduate
Gate Tuck, Bob Morehead, two of ned at me and said, "just make by of Hudson High School Hudson,
volunteers who assist
the boys from Sportcraft Mo- sure that window faces west." can as Oh 10. The son attended Hudson
bile Home factory In Palm Har- Did you realize that each leaders. Training will be given High and graduated] In 1904 from
Guest bor, with a couple of trailer time you addressed envelope so that previous experience with the Massanutten Mil Han Aca.

trucks, were very busy backing to California you were asking Scouting Is not necessary, demy In Woodstock, Va.

In i 20 foot wide Villager on them to "Come And Live In Also among the inailer class
members will be Bru Lamar.
fI
the lot next to ours. It will Florida?" Remember I told J
The Jamca version of tine of
King son Mr and Mrs. Paul
be all set up end ready for a I would try to find out
you the Bible Is so called from LJ mart Ine of North Naples.Lam.
FREEGAS new owner by tomorrow night. more about the Dacron boys, Kin? James I of England. alto artlne Is a 1964 graduate of Na.
Now Bill and Bob both tell Well It seems In order to belong authorized its translation pies Senior High School.
me their real problem Is who you must have had an
they will find that will want to operation that called for the

live this close to me, and I use of nylon or Dacron to repair -

agree, 'cause I'll take my Nasty the damage, which w,->u, i STOCK
pills every day until I see some mean I suppose, that an) >t I
one come along that I think that have had to Ie' ,:

will be a good neighbor so plain old plastic are n,' c,1glbie. 1-

there. .
Mrs. Charles (Edith) Schu- pill and Barbara Tuck <;pi- SElIOIJ1llOWe.e\
bert was admitTed to the hos- Labor Day weekend In u tel w J

e pital on Tuesday. I called Haven visiting with friends,+mr.
Wednesday at noon and talked AJ. Zpanjer and family ,,bile
A to her She had had the there they enjoyed playing g, it's to move (to Chrysler !

operation that morning, and although at the Lake Region Yacht ar easy up

a bit sleepy sounding, Country Club as guests of the
It- oar , treat ic* way trtvrtj said she was feeling okay Doctor. It's not enough I \e ,

:' ; vacat> pleat.re If you don't see me down- to I try and beat BM ai the i 1.
J $ lliJ [ffi EE fl J111; Jr) r ww r rW
budget without He I i eas are gig,"tt yt
other i>ii t ear, 'tee gitti, and t a when it
comes to to think I win
trying ask

at cation,a golden:D""lpfP Gate that Guest: v rW' get In and out of the entranceto go with me first so Barbara I can ?ei [ffiW Ir o0D liNi O J 1fr'W OC
Royal Harbor As it Is, a few ideas on how to beat C ]C l
have choices
FREE FLORIDA ORANGES you two get far him I can promise you ,ne
enough over to miss the oncoming thing, if that day ever Cries\
FREE TRADING STAMPS car and slide off Into yours truly will hold open house

FREE FISHING the canal, or stay In the mid- for the whole of Collier Co un'/. MEAN BUSINESS!
and take i chance on wreckLng -
dle Have another
,'INCI uDiNn' Bait AND TACKLE scoop U> accident
FREE AUTO TOUR your car in the deep mud- : had a sneak preview o'

"I" MI tN', Flf'.AN' holes. a name plate that Is going or
foIAPlffLOU'DA' the front of a certain Neapo 1- t We're overstocked with new shipments. Save a bundle NOW

FREE PRIVATE WHY NOT MEN? tan'i car Instead of his Initials ; ,1 : A All models. All colors You'll like the deals. The trade-ins are
PLANE RIDE hat's so pitiful about the the plate will have a 3'ai)" i !:/ /J't.; ..:
.. ..... ,
.1"I NAI I I', ANn and the word Chee. -- -,----- -- down NOWI
sales drive of Come
:ft *TISTOP whole thing (U that for several wu tea': highest evert Biggest the yearl on
onths now, a road scraperas you who It Is and what it sands IIOT WAY-Keith Schnltzlein, 2, of Kendall Park, NJ,
well as a bulldozer are for wher I see It on their car, thought he had the perfect way to keep cool on a hot day

ATTHktYELLOW working within 18 or 20 feetof If ->u haven' gue-se+ it -by puffin on a pinwheel But the resulting breeze was See your Chrysler Dealer the best ol the big car nea
this hazard, but until now ther, not worth the effort, as Keith found out to his chagrin.

/ 'hey turn around just before

they get to the entrance and

AND BLUE head have south another again question Why'for Also the a Johnny's Sandwich Shop WOOD CHRYSLER

err SIGN powers that be. Why not change JOHN IAMUMAI ewnor

FOR DETAILS) the names of the storms to
the male gender for a change? Specializing In PLYMOUTH Inc.

It could be, you know, that / 0' SUBMARINE SANDWICHES ,

GUIFAMEKICMUM when they name one Alice, that / ; . <;'i'j'" STEAK SANDWICHES
particular old "bag of wind" ..
t -. w.. BARBECUE SANDWICHES
COKPQMWH night want to be called Ar- t. .,
Fla.
AI' C..llle00e4 Toko Out Sorvloo 2600 N. Tamiami Trail Naples,
lene or Arsta-Dell. If so re-
nember-Heli' Hath No Fury &oft': East Tamiaml Trail at Davit Blvd. Q.

tike a Woman Scorned. This w o.a win h.. In Naples Shopping Plaza
bunch of stormy women must


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"I Am the Law Economists See I Inflation


bt t; Ntnt ," Threat in Year Ahead :,


: BY\ KAY t'ROMLEY: :
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1964 4 .7 Washington Correspondent

Newspaper Enterprise .\ 'n


Collier Countians \ harp Iitepu.1> of t'n: ,wld'
Can SympathizeResidents : -,:\ .\'-' '
the inflatIOn ,
add 10 preshull 1 I' ,1\
:Nantthet1lnert


of Florida's East Coast who of The News building after Donna had bof m .' 1.\01l01l1l5ts afl'lalkli.lbout 5pendm.economy.! boom .II\1111'(' I""I ," I I,

felt the fury of Hurricane Dora during the put 32 inches of water through it. Similar .\ 1I1r1lIollar<

past two days are currently experiencing shocks must have faced many along note

the shock and disbelief that Collier the East Coast this morning. If so, they tat rut war M'and arranged earlt'!: next that Its spare n1II' ,

Countians felt in 1960 after the passingof have our understanding and sympathy. \' late rl.'adlllll IIl1s'ar to the 1964 tax rcduttun l'' I I',
dl'la'd
Donna. For whatever it may be worth But there is a possible bright sideto : (' ." 'e r II II1slallll1l"1I1 I

-. these unfortunate East Coasters can be the gloomy picture East Coast residentsand l % '\ lab) IlcoilSUuuere to dip mtu 111\11
for I I"II
look II110d a
i. "
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assured that they have the complete sym- business men are facing. Donna's ('ould fl'sUIt in : m,

pathy of the folks on this coast All damage looked far less disheartening after l'ol11bll1allOn urt's 111 Iht' mt !11 hs Just aheadspurt

Floridians are grateful that no lives were a few hours of clean up operationsand :: "blltlm rrt'lmJs amung mallY lms", "
lutiustl'lal\'spansltln ,
the influence of clear skies stl'ollll plaits IIII' 'I
healing
lost the hurricane.The .
to rampaging Th'I'IS 1\l1I'r 3m.ons SOli1l't'OHIIIII'! 11""
sight of one's own communitytorn and blessed sunshine. And the repairs : \\11I1\3d 10 oH'rbulld1l1g or .i I ,

and twisted after the passage ofa and rebuilding following Donna gave the and apartllU'lIts. hould ,

hurricane Is an awesome sight. Placesof local economy a much needed shot in < month' t'onsUmt'I'inch> the spending strong surge ol t r'lIllIlld I.UMH,'

business with splintered windows and the arm. We understand some East Coast would! hate the major; tniiieitients "?' ,II ,,I'

floors covered with odiferous mud from communities, St. Augustine in particular, boom, xullni mnis inflalionan"' pus. III'' .
the l"I'sul1ould be s.m.lia. !lo I I"I-s-, ,
had far from good summer tourist sea Mists sax
high water Is an appalling sight, par has Jtlllr somewhat entlnislliIi ,'''I
mono
ticularly to owners. Signs smashed on sons. It is to be hoped that these places k maiket and has *nl >**" prices l 111'l

the pavement and countless huge trees will enjoy the same experience this area I remit ratr of expansion ol the mlll1l'I, I I '
did. ' is a lair piobabihtx that commoiliu. pl'' I
criss-crossed along streets presents a I

desolating view to residents leaving Have no doubt about it, hurricanescan of raw signihianih manrialII.IM, already !gone up I'1' .

storm shelters and hurrying fearfully be troublesome things that can !lead products hate 1Jt' UII creeping UplllI,1| i i \ I

toward their homes to see what dam- you to sing the blues, as the song says. I si-Uutixe upward piiu- adjustments to nupl' ,1 '
< model!
and support "'1(' u 41 ni/.itum .Illd 1 \
done there. But even so, hurricanes are preferableto
was mtTt'IS8.
age I '!\' :18 demand
This writer will never forget the sight tornadoes. '! in stagy/ rates si-em to bo auelcialni) '" I ,


are UO\\ reportedly| at loik bottom I 1'1'' '
J/:1 I" llllll( I"ll1 up 'in l-I" ,
What attempt V'-Pon-
. Have You Done For Me Lately? of the businewj! pilt'l'ould add t11 i 1111

demand
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Anyone who feels that strange and aside and let someone else wrestle with of the situation in the 12 months ,1 tilt I,:I
the evtraoidmai.x! expansion III'd Ii, I '
bx
nagging urge to run for elective office the town's problems for a change. And, '\eral xears. l'uplt'dith some clcilim 111 II

may well ponder the case of John Castle- by golly there was another candidatefor The Best of Boyle

berry, of Eclectic, Alabama. the office. debt expansion hate been notueabli ,11111,11

Castleberry became mayor of that fair But the good people insisted that BY HAL BOYLE recent business adxance Total debt t HIM' 111'1';Ii
:! (\ in IWil! through 1 lIj3.!>( The win in dI\, ,\
and proud city eight years ago and was Castleberry give them still another op ; : $400 billion through the entue tlCiU(I, \\ ,n

somewhat dismayed to find that he had portunity to show their undying gratitude NEW YORK (AP) Life symbol might be a feminine ,, debt has increased more than gross, 1I.III"II.d
be much simpler for men Janus head, with its two fares
would since 1948.
(
inherited an empty treasury and a veritable for his generosity and sterling if women wore Identifying looking opposite directions. ) year

host of municipal needs. leadership. He heard the clarion call to badge When a fellow saw that badge

He dug down in his own pockets and serve his fellow townspeople and agreedto I don't mean a badge that he would say to himself: BARBS
says, "I am a woman." 'Che's the dependent Indepen. has _
gave the town $100,000 for a badly toss his fedora in the political ring What I mean is a badge that dent type. ;1

needed waterworks system. In 1960 the one more time. would tell what kind of a worn "She wants to compete with B11.1., (KIIK\\

1,000 grateful residents of Eclectic returned When the election was over and the an she was so a man would me for my job, which she thinks of Husbands like tox,id. I IinU Ills'
know on sight just how to treat she can do better. If go by but not tin Ill1
this generous soul to office with votes counted it was found that the "But if we go out together for go buy

out opposition. grateful citizens had elected the other her.In the war between the ..xes. a business lunch, she will be too API Sli,' "'

Again he was faced with treasury manl women, for all practical pur. I'eak to pick up the check. She dlv, ed tin, ,f The iHfiit'ttn'nt'o ,/ '" " '
poses, can be divided into three will also expect me to pay for from\ 1 h'llil' l It-ailer' / 6w//// / a/ / /i/n// ( / '11)11''.
trouble. And again he dug down in his "Everybody loved the mayor," one types. Most of man's bewilder. the cab there and back. have sajs) slip's unn\ molten/ / /. lure/ /1/(1 i / .'//11.1< /' //I' ,

very own pockets for another $100,000 good citizen explained, "but it seemedto ment, confusion or absolute "IIt rains, she will expectme
used this time for a fire truck a police be the old of what have dismay in his contacts with a to hold my umbrella over Leff is soon I" lie ,
story you member of the opposing sex is her head while my head gets r r
wagon a garbage truck and other as- done for us lately?" caused by the fact he Isn't sure wet." set .1 i Melinite t p

sorted items needed in fair and Just what type she is. For the third feminine type I'f
a proud Former Mayor Castleberry has not yet Lane, 30. "We 1
These are the three types of the clinging vine, an excellent
be In the ncn 1\1.
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community. disclosed what he has In mind as his women: symbol might be a startled fawn r

When election time rolled around this next civic contribution. It will be Inter 1. The superwoman who' standing a cradle. for who's .i|">i".ai"mi

year the good mayor felt he should step esting to learn what it is. thinks man. she is better than any badge When he a would fellow think saw: that handl.d.&I 38 night, In> tub Jul\, sill lie\ In hot a lot xv lonm-i eut her II'' \tll itsliocN < i ,' .

2. The shrewd conniver She "She is as helpless as a bun. In the (proievs DI feet at home in them
demands equal rights with men die of wet wash.
' ', she said,
but also expects all the special "She expects me to put her on (AI') TIP No cof/ce/e/ / r/I// I fl, I,
a pedestal."It This ,,., ,
privileges historically accorded Family Mm will ti'erythnui/ tlmi) gi''II/ ''
ladles. would be fun to cuddle this annual ,Iward I no "//Ilk,' tin/ 'Ii' ,
Ei ers, ,say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS 3. The clinging vine woman. little baby but if I marry her ''olltrlhnl lOlls in think JlIt'111 kiiou
All she wants from a man is I'll have to spoon-feed her, do ,
world !peace, 1
everything he had plus what. the dishes, and spend the rest of / ,'atloim
and
ever he can borrow at the bank.It my life wiping her tears away." of lormer President, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . '
would make for a more Yes, it would be a far, far, '/ .
ordered world, I submit If each better world for men if women Whitnei COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
ilulim.in
of these feminine wore identifying badges. But
types would ,
said Tliursdav, MICHAEL CHANCE, Edit-Pui'i-.if' '
wear identifying badges at they never will That's the was I lie THOMAS HAYER Attociat, t'o','
presented> l to
trouble with the unfair sex. |
least In public. MARSHALL WYATT' Adv M.n 'r
a dinner In New ;
For the superwoman I sug. They never give fair warning. \. 28, ALBERT OPOLKA, M.ch Supt, I
gest a lapel pin showing a Lod DAVID HERMANSON, Tire 0'' ,'" '
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"It'lit
spiked heel crushing a worm. 'take I lve j.iim F. MRS. LOUISE DAUB. Olio Ms 1
I the
aw ml l
The worm, of course, symbol. alter Publ.hed l. dally .r.pt M
ices man. hit and Saturday, :r, the jftttha ,
Collier, Tounty: Pgbl H "IH
When a fellow saw that badgehe QUICK QUIZ top Call medl Ir 741 Twrllih' Av<, j< t> I.pt. I
would reali/e instantly: , z ve it tin .., FII 3940> Mail eddrm. PBoa
1737.
end tl it
"Here is a gal who knows .
more about any topic in the 0-\\'hat is the smallest II- dlIke.' Midway 1 ::07 ftd7eparmmlf

world than I could ever possibly vertebrate'aThe, : I!'! tip tornd
.
learn. smallest living I '--

"Here is a gal who could pin creature with a backbone is vice f AND
/fish of the Philippine; Nam
me in a wrestling match, out. a tiny
1 ,a yt. ride me on horseback, or beat Islands named Fandaka and 'MALL :
females at. dent BUS'fN'Ero
me in a gun duel. pygmaea Adult
"No matter what she says Iaill tain a length of se\en-six
reply 'Yes, ma'am.' teenths of an inch and adult "v ,W..O. t(':" .D' '

For the second type, the males never quite reach It
'
O 0 p e. shrewd conniver, a proper three-eighths of an inchACROSS son N, ., \',"?..!" 'lIhl Hit prlii-barged for HM nierihandlse '
p fed ,in ii "I,| for n Hi,K enters thr cohls of ,
a 5t that ( ti the 'xliiit .f Issuing thche i uunmiH which I li
v' coup .," u f.W hlllil almost: Unt4itiiiunl; In :IsHUlKK i j

Junta iluKroitTV |"rllli.l Currency,
Aoast: ovicooI
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Inn 1".1| h\ Ce.T'II
I 11.: l 1'1',1 l l M I LIT 4 R 1 S T I C still i I till i'' il' .ii 1.1' i 'I i '

t IS.NOR.AL.15T 1 | dull ,.1' In I Ill), ???, ,lily, if '
tin- ti.iii, ,iI,i i 10 of
mmy: i I'
:H.Ir comb r. "T A. was
: DIN.I N to p niittn ,
)u tin II'|i"f i in'"''
1 \p|>rrheml turn N to O. A R K t G 0 by )I (inert to cnnUnur..e. .
: i who
4 Ibktrtake 25: Bonnet '
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T Pliable 27: llbrun t T C R N. YET I!: R A. few .
It U also that able
reported
11 purged; sheep R C CAT N 1 'T to R an factor In the Illegal redemption

13.I I nliorn :28 g\g'I'I cm ox er A G T. e 0 T. P 0 t. too, of coupon* IH the I'haln
"Could we ice //lou. if i'( /looks in u'aicrP" hah; 0 hlore, Reportedly they .ill
R A "V U T. "t A :;IU. 9 ,
14 shortage 30 .Stripling take In mupon. on all type of
'I additional 33. Moslem Co A N A L. TAR e VIlun' 1 L goods, or brands, whether they
Niltotlil Ob...">*r c w.
.Til Harder
official A T T R !eJ 'T A e \. t In handle hem or not, and gl"'
for
16 trrah 34 Corer 0 C S i A .. redemp the allow ante to the uslomT
; : N t t L. V SIT of whether or
atrr niusul l 35 Vlxaclix' on the pur hase of other good
When Do Gifts Become Bribes? S ,i"eed 36 Slime SOLUTION OP YISTERDAY'S PUZZll re It'd<'el\ed the product the cash. 1 huN, In one sense of the word,
the chain nald to
14 Needlefish 38 Cassaxa store* ran be
I .. ., .
5 Indolent !
44 Congeal
he innsplrlng In this. matter "I
20 HflJa.t.SIOIl 1 larch .
In the new Journal of Marketing night rlub. or to a play . But to dthii 6 Four: Illegal redemption
the weekly. might b* going too far. . 40 Auk genus DOWN comb form ,' ..".Iant U S
search publiihed quarterly by sets the ae.reptable 21nc ililicr. 41, Fndless I Knot secured the In ee.
"The White House top 7 Some
American Marketing Aim., A. B, Plan value of a git at f 13, and Prhapa like Intlrumenl 42 Get rl\er 2. Oi genus genut istic.Th ,;, a grand jur chain On the other handI l'"'
) havelot
3. Suit only nm' <
director of market research for basin tome $10 billion
kenihlp, this li a reasonable gift level. It 8 \\lld.u .. plain that they resent coup
Carter Inc. raises a number could Itt ent r.talnment 2J Retainer 43 Former port 4. Moccasin Issued by the
Products would be nice If we up 9 Barber of f | food being issued but many h,imade '
of questloni about ethics In marketing levels and frequtncle. too. Seville eight ) least combines it very public they \\ ,
IKK
reseirch. Maybe a once-a-month entertainment, t l J .14 S 4 1 0 I' "0 10 CrMng >IIAII\l| redeemed million, honor any coupon brought '
There are a number of terloua and not to exceed $15?" 12 Kind of . their Morn :Many other 010"i
Important problems of ethlca in thla Mr. Blankenihlp'a level ia far below /I fiT I" coffee .. npre..d the do the amr thing, rather tli i"

special Held which need airing, and Mr. that of tome wt know. And he besot ,i If liS IS Mike i .P. the entire rink losing an established c"
Blankenghlp and others are performing gotten around at aU to what might be antelopeJl ""* couponing turner to i.me other store

a useful service her.. But In hla dncuision called the "mass gift," or "the Indirect I' h'1 /is '' /I Treadle be looked Into. . .
of "entertaining and gifting the handout. This involves the frequent -1, """ 22 Supper \'lng any .fleet on Thus, a few big combine,
potential or actual buyer," he touchea elegant party) for a number of buyers, I" a, II 23 Pro of Innocence of the seeking ,. steal shelf apaceaway
to all buii- flihlng be tried he: ob- from Independent I'om'Jlf'U&.rl
an area which ia germane or fairly regular hunting or en.cuniona 2) Flight
nesi dealing, and not merely to the or other escorted no-xpen l1 If 26. Genus of \\.. ., focus on some wield In aired, a multibillion \
dollar But
buying and aellmg of research tervicei. tours of sylvan wonderland or city hotspot lea horn collateral con- when blackjack

"A potential or actual research buyerla I ill If a f';! 11 27 Imperturbable Red . their somebody own game take, they themat art

a boor If he return a auppller'a It la our experience that both buyer 11' 1_ I"r "IJot the a few big com- up a mighty howl for the law
luncheon Invitation Mr Blankeiuhlp and teller know, In practically every 28 Branch dlera n to this vast la do something about It.
says "There ia nothing wrong with thia. case, whether they are stepping over I" H U :29 Recipient: : of out ,,.. i a twofold Cco
The difficulty cornel in defining the acceptable the fine line that separates legitimate\ 00 w' a medal Th (' out local and This. then i Is the nut of H'
amount and level of such entertainment. entertainment from bribery. The line la J' IJ1 Jl I 30 Jungle is | The other entire ethicm problem

It would be unethical for crossed when the entertainment or gift bcasii , .. to handle their Ce.
the buyer to let the seller pick up hla beromea important enough to the re- 4' fI 31. -Mi;.> bout may the. want lo Should a robber breaking
luncheon tab every business day of the clplent 10 that he no longer can make a I 32 P -trlbultdl the : not.. ante a afore be able to demand
year. But where la the dividing line? perfectly free and unbiased decision 4J .144 35 tree police protection while doing se ,
There I li nothing wrong with a ..up.pll.r' with regard to the gift liver'a ware or 37 Auricle lag all |hn>. of rear.., ::u-"e"' hl-Jackers ready ae
4 4I 4elGer
occasionally taking a buyer to a lervicei.-Advtrtliing AS Par lime M min, a .M>.(<....... 39. Through been the.. ,4 con.umer,_ _, .a.._ osi him?



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EXTRA LIVING SPACE may be hiding" In wa . 0'( E .\ G hit t,1OW: a lomfortulilr room F

your banemenl. "Before" (right) and "after" that inn sent many need in! the before" (rlglil) !
(above) pholoi show how one basement became x and "after" (wlime) story' liere KrnuKliliel urea

an attractive room for entertaining, relaxing, might function an a pluie fur :Mom lo rtliv or as I1I1
nee Hi-home movie viewing Wslli were covered children. rl""H' Itenrh neat .I right sbove

with plywood paneling Movie projection equip. ,. .- .. doubles II a loy .1'1'.1. !still more storage' I. prom
mrnl ia roneealed behind .alnul-pan.lt'd wall at - sided 1:0': a redwood garden ntorase cabinet In

rear. Oppo.ite wall (nol nhown) holdi a trreenwhiih corner nl nom 11"'nrlllh. b.H,1 sr errna can lints Mllllr\ : IIIVN III ,'%.nll"I.'ri..I.. home
ran be rolled up into a .alnut'pan.l.d / be ni.,.. ur In..rrd to provide .,','1".. through mull. an tin. IVoliihon from iiilhrr d.i.iuige i. priniileil and ll.e ION
vaUnre, Photo from U. S. Plywood garage I'H" I'hnln I. from !"imp."n T imlee t.6: o tin |pnyu'rtc' !I. "I'"li"l1* mi.rruoril..
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I Full Use of Space 'Operation Facelift' M r'S



HANDYMAN Raises Home ValueWhen

Helps Home GrowThe CENTER '
its time to plan remodeling varnishing so the question of i if
projects, "Operation upkeep should be considered
familiar cry "If we only had more room" Is becoming SIlARPENINilOWERS! Facelift should be one of thefirst Modern low-maintenance
; louder and louder these days. on the list, say building materials Include aluminum
Unfortunately, houses don.t grow, and with increasing demands If you've been a.dutiful homeowner experts. Applying a new "face" siding Among Its advantages
on living space and a corresponding increase In building all summer you have to a home exterior, with the are no warping, rotting, rust
costs,' many a homeowner feels he is in the middle of a been. Gardeners mowing. the at the lawn Thor repularIv Center - use of siding, does more than Ing or cracking and no dangerfrom

squeeze play. for Better Living tie willing add lasting beauty termites In addition I it imS'St{
But if families would take a look down the basement steps, to bet that nine out of ten home By making a house safe is available today l in a varietyof t
up into the attic, at their garage or perhaps the little-used gnrdenera have yet to sharpen against the elements, siding finishes and colors M
porch, they might see that the problem of too-crowded quarters their mower bludea outside provides protection Inside Easy to maintain, too, and ,
could be solved with imaginative remodeling to transformthe This la an Important function thus guarding the appearance long-wearing, is asbestos-ce h
wasted area into useful living space that ran make a big different and value of any ment siding A fireproof, e
To Serve Many runrliont In the pel'formanre of your interior renovations and Improvements weatherproof substance made i ar '
The need may be for a study, an extra bedroom, or perhapsa mower and the appearance of Then, too, an from a mixture of asbestos
general recreation area that can serve many family functionsyet your lawn. Dull mower blade exterior remodeling job Is an fibers and Portland cement, it sew
accommodate a crowd for a Sunday night supper. just dont do the job your prerlxlon investment for the future anda Is resistant to rot, rust, decay, A -
Whatever the room's location or primary function, it will mower was built to do. real enhancement of prop- chemical fumes or corrosivesalt t
give years of practical and handsome service when lumber the blades remove
For sharpening erty values air, and hardens through HtOM V IUIU'1 for ("""'f')
and lumber paneling are used for walls, ceilings and built.Ins. them completely from the "Operation Facelift might exposure ..jll"..," comes a loiiiliitiiilinii.liidr

Lumber from the Western pine region has individuality In mower housing This will maker begin with the choice of siding Us made in a selection of .".1) .hubby rants (right),
the range of color and knot formation. Further variation can materials, and there are many, shapes and textures, and In a calla of the 10-10.12 tNt roomer
I be achieved through use of clear finishes, wood-tone stains or of colors from traditional
\ each with its own advantages. range .. io>ernl ollli wool l-gminnlImrdliiMiril
the new pigmented stains that can make paneling any color hltes hues and soft
Anything from personal pre- w to deep / paneling. nailed lo
you desire without hiding the natural characteristics of the ference to local climate could pastel furring ..ri.,.. lleiiiimr iif the

,wood..... be the deciding factor Thin masonry veneera.are 1().fo.rt .elliiK. i lKlil f ,
Huill In* Civ !* t. tisn.
ora.e Sp.reWhere ,
used In combination with
There's the familiar standby, oftm panels l %> rii 1.1"11'1..1 Ii*
to put a family room in a new house is a simple wood practical, economical, other types of siding They include two TiHil liniilli., Iii I ... inoiil linff
matter, but in an older house space may be a problem. If the brick stone and simulated ,
easy to shape to fit any wall. wa li... d. for dido
attic or basement have been reclaimed for other purposes, color .
Wood siding is available in stone Here too, --- ---
perhaps a guest room, dining room or den can be converted, many types, to create many and pattern choice Is excellent I

and functions these rooms currently serve can be Incorporatedinto architectural effects, and can Durable and easy to handle, THE A .
the new family room. out plywood siding is becoming n(
to
be painted carry any
After location has been decided, decor should be considered.
material. I
scheme or popular resurfacing '
color preferred
If the walls are paneled for example, use matching wood for '
stained for a rustic look It Speed of application is one of -
built-in units, almost a necessity In a multi-purpose room. does, however, require maintenance Its advantages, as it comes in :
Such built-ins might house radio and phonograph equipment, the job easier. and prevent accidents. . through painting or large panels 1L -H OQE
movie projector and screen, games; and seasonal sports equip- .

. ment that was stored in the ____________ A variety of tool and acre. __ **? _
old basement or attic. Consider HOI'lea are available to help you By ANDY LANG
adding a sofa-bed to accom- do a pri fetialonal type sharpenIng AP Nitttfeoturtt
modate extra house guests. job Hand files rotary flirt
This might be a built-in bed for your electric drill and home EIKV I iii i apply and fax dn!ring ,. shellac: has maintained day or two between llii not-IIhc )'
that beach gilndvia. will all do a pu tinfactory .laol und .the final, seats.
matches the To
paneling Here'sthe the both final finishing
its r""UlrlfllIIVff yea n r at a
, avoid wasted space, the area job depending; chieflyupon !Shttllm under the bed can become a your own rate and .'killAlwava mali'rial or UI a sealer Don't bm it ,in Urge qtiunliln.
drawer to hold bedding Me at the original itc, BUM. shellac It a rte: ar finish the result obtained, If VIM u" "I/II'! and have ....mil

Or long, low benches or angle Your aim here la to re with it depends home degiaurfai ee on the smoothness of the Tell "ver K aura the. untatner.
banquettes along the walls move nick caused by atone HOME & GARDENCOLLIER .. I" which. It j.i applied is i....de :nrlighl And If itu have
covered with slabs of foam and other objects and to bring. Unliki. s''''it' if the pigmented "It i ,innud, 'm,ir, then six month
the ox'el all blade to an even
rubber can serve as seats dur- Answer mooth cutting edge coatings It ,n dnidhen 'lend I Imagnih b, """d,'i Ih. possibility' (hat it
ing the daytime and be made rather, Ihun hide defect, m"iv nut hi is giMH1 as when you
Take special car to remove thick 1ht' 10 kinds, pimhisid It. tthcthci you ..tlll1oI.llIt
into beds at night. The brat! rule 'in the use of coat see
m..lal.nly from all aldea The COUNTY NEWS, Naples, Fl.. .hf lla and *hllc 1 hr It depends in h.iwimportant
All furniture should be com blades must be balanced to do Friday Stpfambtr II, If64 5fPLITLZlCL ahellai, th' iedre. in to prepare' if ,Ornt* I" use
101 hll. actMlly l'a what we generally I this proieii. I i. If *nespecially
which
Portable Informal and sturdy By ANDY LANG the beat rutting Job. ImpiopeiIv the "ul' i" r thorough! ,
with gaily covered easy-care AP N.w.f.aturllQUESTION balanced blades ran ket up generulls' "i can.. to sand .it until kMMr. aa clear and might beautiful, finish. is I
surfaces. And even If there is vibrations that will damage tin it i is .i,".,,I nelv smooth to the bt Jracrihlr! '.. 55 If". range thus owliv' 1 I II new ?'nunn' rYOU'LL .
the IWt (forget
oraaga type
another TV set in the house, motor touch
: Can you tell She I Id, should b, thinned with newt again like all clear 'fin
if there is one in the family Thor experts do not teiom
me which is the belt way mend home sharpening of reel. denatured I jk ihol "fort umng iMk-s ahallac: lend lo darken
room, two viewing areas are
available thus avoiding arguments to attach Ihe rails to the type mower bladea This U a There are various recommended w,,,11 1 slightly, s, ttv .it out on .1 FINDEVERYTHING
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for combinatii Gn( different piei, IIr scrap word I lo learn I the
as to which shows to posts in a wooden fences I job an expert put .
., hit we have found that a .ell t.
be fence Ih" ISharpening time poie
watch. Conmder expect making I 111 a good time to service entire 4+ 50-50 nll mute does the job in \lIac,, in a natural. fast dry YOU NEED FOR A
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Golf League


Many Returnees Brighten 1 Plays TomorrowAt


Beach ClubAbout

Naples Football ProspectsBY 140 golfers represent-
I Ing teams In the Southwest F lor-
will SPORTS
Ida Interclub Golf League

DAVID LYON ing. He weighs 186 pounds, pounder Al Hackney appeals to start teeing off tomorroW at

stands 6'2", and is still growing be In front here, and Is after 10 a.m., at the Beach Club of the In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
the match
Blessed with a large numberof Richard Woodruff, letter his second varsity letter. Con sixth league

veterans, Naples High man senior, 140 pounds, backsup verted center Brad Unkeiew season.
School's 1964 football team Ritchie. Is being switched to tackle HIs Seven teams, representingthat 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.pl.i. Hi, Frid.y September II, |IU4

could rank among the best In Right end--Clark, at 6'4", a 166-pound senior. BinderIs manygolf) and country clubs I.
the In the southwest Florida area
school's
history literally stands hand
over everyone expected to lend a on
If team members combine else. He also had added this side If needed. will be competing In the match,

their experience with desire some weight! and now scales Left guard.Junior letterman shooting for team positions In No Open Day PlannedFor

and hard work, It could be a an even 200.( ) Senior John Bass, Ray Ellers ((175)) Is a leading the summer league race. Cape

fairly bleak year for the Eag a letterman, and sophomore candidate, but Is trying shake ,yam Coral with a perfect win record -

les' opponents, Coach Jerry George Frye also have been a knee Injury Wayne Jen- In the first five matches

Morris Indicates. "We shouldbe working at strong-side end. kins, a starting tackle las season leads the league race with 36 1964 World SeriesNEW

tough !If we wanto! be tough," ;Left tackleHarrisweighs is doing$! work here and at points.

he says 170 and Is set to start here the otherguard and tackle Points are awarded on a sliding YORK
Facing Naples this fall Is the for the third straight season. Jenkins Is tall fora 140-pound-spots. ,.. ;:,t!'"" ; ,- .\ scale basis, seven points World Series will be unique In at Oct 12, by which time there
school's toughest schedule. Coach Morris expects Harris Junior Rex Storter an .. M ::) .... going to the first place team least one respect, and possibly could be snow in the air in such
With the exception of Sarasota and other experienced er. In each match, six for second, In two. cities as Chicago, New York,
Cardinal Mooney, which Naples tackles to guardsand end last year, Is set to see LET HEIIO U1THOIT.. LTLSwiss: Alois Egli hurls and on down to one point for There will be no I ravel day) If Philadelphia and possibly BaltU
Interchange positions action at left guard and left the Unspunnen stone block of rock Mlduestein more, and the and
outclassed last year, all the as the need a gneiss Weighing the team finishing a match In only Eastern or only college
Eagles' foes promise to be top- requires.Two end.Right 183,7 pounds, during the annual Alpine Meet in Aarau. last place. teams are involved, breaking professional football seasons
sophomores, Keith Ors* guard--Lee Treadwell Switzerland lIe threw the huge stone. which most men the pattern of recent )ears, and would be approaching the mid.
rate football teams. Six of the chell and Complete team standings go-
((175)) John Binder
((155)) Is the letterman here. couldn't even lift, almost nine feet. refuting, says CommissionerFord way point
10 contests will be played on ((170)) back up Harris. Eric Steele will see work at Ing Into tomorl"omatch areas Frick, the contention that If it Is just a two way tie in

foreign fields. Right tackle -- Junior 191-? right guard and right end. Expected follows Cape Coral, 35 the travel day was inserted in 'either league, the winner wouldbe
Naples lost only a handfulof to work at either guard points! Big Cypress 24 l/2j, the Series program Just to settled by a best two-out-of.

boys from the 1963 team, will be sophomore David Bales Immokalee I Indians Aim Fort Myers, 22 1/2; Lehigh assure a Sunday television I three playoff.
which suffered a number of Players ArriveFor Acres, 17 l/2j, Port Charlotte, game
((140)) and juniors Paul Callan
close defeats during a 35.1 161: Naples: Beach Club, 13; Thus, If the Series Is betweenthe
season. There are 18 letter- ((145)), Fred Moss (155)( ), Jim and Cypress Lake, 10 1/2 Philadelphia Phillies of the Men's Golf
GroupPla's
men on the current 34-player Galfdom'sWorld Keen ((130)), and Dudley Good For Grid Season points. National League, and the Baltimore .
lette ((115)). Winning
Orioles 01 New York
roster, and four others won Entry lists from Port Char- SundayAt
Center--Jerry Rose, a Junior Yankees ,of the American
"B" awards SeriesAKRON lotte and did
team last season. Cypress Lake not
There are varsity letterwinners letterman, weighing 175, 1MMOKALEE A new coach "Size hoot everything,"Brox. arrive In time to name the League, the Series will start Palm RiverGolf
Ohio AP-Almost returns. He alternated with and a new Wednesday Oct. 7 In the Phil.
( quarterback will guide son notes. The coach has t pre.- Beach Club ,
at every position. everything has arrived for the Unkeless last season for the Immokalee High School'sfootball I ference for a small fast line. players. Pro Paul lies' park (or two games, and competition[ sponsored
The line shapes up as one World Series of Golf except the starting center job. Othercen- team this fall, and the Indians man over a big slow lineman, Bell In announcing starting move immediately to the American monthly by the Greater Naples
of Naples' heaviest. It could money and It Is on the way ter candidates are Bill Hart are hoping to Improve on their r especially on defense times Indicated players from ; League park for the next Men's Golf Association will be

average nearly 180 pounds, unless air mall special delivery.The ter, senior letterman and hea- 2.5 record of 1963. Droxson's first problem was the two clubs as "PC" for three games held Sunday at Palm; River Golf

some of the lighter play winners of golf's four viest member of the squad Coach Bill Broxson's red.and, to find a quarterback ,since none Port Charlotte and "CL" for V one team were to win: four and Country Club.
ers displace heavier ones at major titles Arnold Palmer, 215 and at white clad Indians open their 10. of the returning lettermen had Cypress Lake.Starting straight lit the best foui-out-of. Bob Abbott, tournament
tackle or guard. Ken Venturl, Tony Lema and pounds, sophomore Bill game slate at Alva September r any experience at that spot times are as follows seven the Series could end on chairman, said! breakfast wil
Morris and Bobby Nichols will square off Spencer ((140)). 18, Immokalee and Alva in First \Saturday. It the Series Is be.
assistant coaches are foes i I Breaking a new quarterback : tee ... 10:00: a.m., be served at the clubhouse beginning -
Bill Bryan and Jerry Howell In the 36-hole television special Tailback--Key position: In In the new Caloosa Conference,,, requires a lot of practice to get Koegel, Lander, Llgourl, Slme: 't tween the Chicago White Sox at 7 a.m. Tee-off
Saturday and Sunday at the the single-wing offense, It will and the Indians would the backfield and the Cincinnati Reds 01 St
are aiming to get the team like t to timing just right, 10:05 Brown, Herren, Hutch- time has been set at 8 o'clock.
Firestone Country Club course. be filled by senior letterman open up with a victory over the i I the coach observes. And Brow Louis Cardinals there also will
for inson Peacock
ready the season bill T. Abbott -
at The
opener They began drifting Into town Donald) Walker ((145)) or sophomore Ramblers, who are favored b y i, son brought in some new plays ; be no open day. regular!: monthly business -
Arcadia Williams
September 18. That'sonly Thursday and were scheduled to Carter Bryan ((160)). some to win the league chart,,,10 fit into the Immokalee of. Wicker, May; Representatives of the three meeting of the association
a week from now. The play their first practice round Walker plonshlp. fense. 10:20: Stevens, Vance, Leach, closely bunched American will be held at 730p.ni.Sunday:

tempo of dally practice ses- today. The last six holes of the ,has and the has edge looked! In experience Nearly all of Immokalee's i I The coach believes he has Post! 10:30: R. Abbott, \Win League teams White Sox, In the community room of the

sions has been stepped up gra- practice round will be on cam. practice. goodIn practice sessions have been de., found a quarterback In sopho. ters, Wilson, Jones; 10:35: Yankees, and Orioles met In Naples federal Savings and

dually since drills began August era In a dry run for the television Johnson Is Sophomore Jeff voted to fundamentals and 10 work; more Danny Browning, a 140. Dixon, Roberts, McCormick, Frick's office Thursda with the Loan Assoclallol1.Witht.
17. show Saturday and Sunday. training at tailback on offense. Though time is fleet., pounder. "He throws well for his Forman! 10:40: Faulconer, lour' National League contenders .

Defense has been the Eagles' First prize Is $50,000 and log, Broxson and assistant coach i sUe," Broxson said. Uhlich, Oswald, Conneley. ,, the front-running Phillies,
forte during Morris' five-year second $15,000. Others console FUllback--Back for his third Frank Pelham hope to get In plan. Leading fullback candidate Is 10:50: Hackett, Hannett, ]plus the Reds, Cardinals, and

tenure here, and It promises to themselves with $5,000 each. varsity season Is big Billy Bryan ty of work on defense from now' senior Harley Thomas, biggest Stewart, McNabb; 11:00: San Francisco Giants.
be so this If Irma, the British Open cham. ((185)). Also running from until the season opens. backfield member at 175 pounds. Grimes, Carr Gower Crls- These facts were fixed:
again season. ,
pion, was the first to this position Is The Series will open Oct. 7 In
player sophomore Nick "I think we'll be ready to goby i "He hustles and' moves well,
Naples can generate an offensive arrive In Akron, but he passed Pedro ((170)). the first game,"Broxson said. and probably will carry our of. lip! 11:05: Mlnarlch, Foster, ,the National League park for

punch that was miss- up a chance to play the ex. Blocking back--Leading con- "The team Is beginning to shapeup fense," Broxson commented. Underhill, Smith; hill: -\\linn\ i the first two games, followed by) ; : {
ing last year It will take some tremely difficult Firestone tenders Van Weeks and Frank pretty well, but a lot of work Three boys are among the many Newton, Capehart, Settle; i three In the American League
of the burden off the defensive course Thursday. Townsend are still needs to be done. He said halfback hopefuls. All three can 11:20: -Lefferson, Cunningham, i park, then two more If needed
corps. Some new plays have Lema has been playing the being pushed by he has been pleasantly eurprled .. move well. They are seniors Jones, Westoveri; ll:30-Weeks: i in the National League park; Pros
newcomer
been added to Naples' single- poorest golf, comparatively of Weeks Is Raymond Peterson. by the good turnout of 30 boysat Butch Lambert ((155)) and Jerry Fitzek,William,Vedderj, 11(40-( Ticket prices will be $12 per
wing attack to keep opposing any of the four champions a senior letterman Immokalee, a Class C school Rutledge ((160)), and junior Lacy Rockett, Pauley; Dlx, Pember- tame for box seats, $8 for re.
defenders off balance. recently. Palmer, who capturedthe and weighs 160. Townsend Is It Is the coach's hope to get Wright ((160)). Wright 1s recov. ton. served, $4 for unreserved and

Five Eagles, after their Masters back In April, also a junior letterman and 155 JV program going this fall, aw eying from a broken ankle re. 11:50Grlswold DeVogt, ,standing room, and $2 for Paul Hoi'nung will start play
?
third varsity letters as seniors tied for second in the PGA and pounds. Peterson, senior and everyone will have a good celved early last season. Bans, Braun, 1200 Mont- bleachers, in all cases lax ing for keeps Sunday and the
this will form the has been a consistent factor on 140 pounds, had varsity experience amount of playing time Another boy who wJl() be a i Included, all games start at 1 ,Green Bay Packers will make
year, core the tour of late. valuable member of the backfield gomery, Ingram, Harvey, p.m., local time; there would ,the Beirs for
at High Point (Md.) Broxson comes to Immokaleefrom Clili.ipi( |pn> up
of the team. These five are Gould 12:10 R. Sowers
Nichols, the PGA tltllst, Is at High School, and Is learning Lithia plnecrest where he the coach said, Is sopho. ; : be a travel day between last year's Indignities in the
ends Steve Clark and Buz Ritchie the Curt Craig, Martins,Ziegler; 12:15-: changes except in the situations
of
top his game He has a the offensive was line coach at the Tampa more Massey (135) Brox. most important game of the
ropes. Bay
fullback Billy Bryan, tac- tendency to run In streaks and -- area school. With l6 hi son Is grooming him for sec Whiteley, Covington, Llles; l listed. weekend openers| In pi o eyeball
Koch only
Wlngback for a an
kle Bruce Harris and be returns ] Fortana 12:20 --Adams Davis The second way this Series .
wing- may on one. his third and final squad, averaging ISO pound*' in ond-llne quarterback dutles.but ; : Forget the pie-season exhibition
back Bob Koch. There are nine Venturi, the comeback story 165 season at the line, Class C Pinecrest won Massey probably will get some Meyers, Mitchell. could be unique Is this: game between the two
other seniors, 12 juniors, and of the past several years In golf pounds. Senior letterman the Tampa Bay Conference title halfback experience as well. The American League race [8 ancient rivals, won by the Pack.
eight sophomores on the ros- since he won the VJS. Open In Alan Foster ((150)) and Junior last season, beating four ClassA Battling for positions In the NUMBER 10 TEE so close there could even be a ers 21.7, this Is fur real. Vince
the blazing heat of WashingtonIn John Salle ((130)) will see plenty and two Class B schools line Is still going on, the coach 10:00 Oswald, PC, PC, three-way tie for first In that Lombard) and hit crew will be

ter.By position, the Eagles lineup June, has (played beautiful of action. said "Some returning letfermen Flood; 10:05 Tolles, PC, case there would be a round. all whipped up for a rugged
golf Just about everyone will get will have to start working i If robin elimination, teams drop. battle with that savage Dear
Bass
this Odgen 10:10 Adderly,
: ; :
way In on the act on defense. Gen- they want to play. The boys who ping out after losing two games. defense
Left end--Ritchie Is a Lueck, PC,
rather Kelly10:20-Jam-
; : This could run six days. Even
erally, Interior linemen will] have the desire and want to The Bears started on their
sure starter He caught wUl ison, PC, PC, Barrett;, 10:30 It this could be started on Mon.
work at the defensive play play, whether they are way to the title last year by
eight touchdown passes last McKinley Near and tackle guard ninth graders or seniors." Thomas, PC, Raber, Johnson; day, Oct. 5, the day after the upsetting the Packers In another *
year and led the team in scor- ends will spots, and offensive Veteran Steve Peters, sophamore 10:35: Kuhn,Walker, PC.Guy- regular season closes, and there opening day game, 10.3, but
Showdown For go at defensive ends. 145-pounder, heads up the ette; 10:40: Sasse, PC, PC, were no weather delays, it could not this time.
But Clark and Ritchie may see corps of ends. Broxson hopes GlllUm; 10:50 Janklewlcz. run through Oct. 10. The National Football Leaguehas

action at linebacker spots,along 5D1 another veteran end, 6' ?" Lar. PC, Randall, Duke; 11:00 Then there would be an open ,| one Saturday night opener(

1//) h ''l... Tennis TitleFOREST with fullbacks, and most of the ry Day, will round into form Dimming: Tolles, PC, Helse; when the highly regarded St.

other offensive backs will work B Among the top candidates for 11:05: PC, PC, Stagner, Louis Cardinals play In the
Golfers
( Shooting
IS FUN AT For the HILLS; N.Y. (AP) as defensive deep backs. the tackle spots are junior Larry Briscoe, 11:10: Hinote, PC, I Cotton Dowl at Dallas against
third
straight year Hodges ((165) and sophomore I'the Cowboys.
pass-minded
Chuck Bj THC AMOCIATED camel Westbrook, Fox! 11:20West, I Qualifying Rounds
McKinley la
,BROOKSIDEIWinter within two
Lambert .
Pinky ((155)) Strong on Sunday action in the NFL
steps of the National Tennis American League desire and attitude the Capri, PC, Few) ll25-Bates: who
coach In County Tourney f finds the New York Giants,
Championship, and this time he W. L. Pet. G.B. says, are two 140.pound guard PC, PC, CL| 11:30: Kennedy, j beat only Philadelphia in the
thinks he may go all the way. BaseballRoundup Baltimore 85 57 ."99 contenders, sophomore Jesus Ay. PC, CL, CL, 11:40 Weinberg Four players shot qualifying ,exhibition season, starting the
"I feel that I've been Improv. Chicago 85 59' .590 1 ala and freshman Glen Cook. Franzes, PC, CL! 11:50-: rounds yesterday at the Deach i defense of their Eastern Confer.
Jf' log with every match," the New York 82 57 .590 IK The coach has been pleased Rollins, Fyke, Walworth; Willis. Club to mark the first actionIn i ence title against the same
( l' thitk.legged acrobat from San Detroit 75 68 .524 101/1.0 far with the work of Major the 13th annual County Championship Eagles al Franklin Field in
-' ,, Antonio, Tex., said today "I am Los Angeles 74 70 .514 12 Whlsnant, a junior weighing 160 Golf Tournament. Philadelphia.The .
very optimistic' about Minnesota 71 71 .500 14
my .
pounds, at center.i
Washington Redskins will
have
I chances of winning the !' Cleveland 70 71 .496 i4t Joseph McGraw Players until September
title. /\ ,
: I Broxson while
By TRcASOOCIATCD hoping for a 'be at home to Cleveland's flashy
J-- McKinley, the nation's No. 1 Boston 62 81 .434 23'/i'i i successful 1964 season for 1m. 24 to qualify for the tournament. offense.
Dies Baltimore will be
Sportsman at
t' : MEM First round matches
J ranked_ player but fourth seeded Washington 56 88 .389 30 mokalee., is lavlnr. _' the_ _rronnd. are to Minnesota to give the
-- m Vikings
-- -- ,
\ ,_\ f 1111 tins tournament, entered the By HAL BOCK Kansas City U 89 .364 33 work this fall for an even bet. WASHINGTON: Pa. (AP) be completed by September 27, 5.0 In exhibitions, a stern threat.
.. semifinals Thursday by beating Associated Pre s Sports Writer ter 1965. A few seniors will Joseph M. McGraw, credited with the final round of the annual Detroit opens at San Franciscoand
left-handed Roger Taylor) of Thursday's Results be hard to replace, but the coach with Introducing many harness tourney to be completed i Los Angeles at Plttslll4llfh.The .
Leagues are In England 13.11,9.7,6-1,. The bases are loaded and Baltimore 12, Washington 5 believes the Indians will be racing reforms and Innovationsdied by October 18. American .
full swing, and Judy Hit opponent Saturday is an your best hitter is up. He bangsInto New York 5, Detroit 2 "really ready to go"next season Thursday at his home here Those qualifying yesterday FootballLeague
buoyed
Crirkrnher'e old rival a triple play, but you don'tworry 2 He 88.McGraw. by forthcoming
rolled a nice Roy Emerson of Chicago Minnesota 1 10 Innings was Tom\ 'eeks.frankDlalr1lf
werej; i new television starts its
money,
.
639 series her first night Australia. A run scores on the play is credited with
of bowling to end with T111'h ve another elite later and that sort of thing happensonly Cleveland 5, Boston 4 A TOP SCORER Introducing mechanical startingat \\' \\oodI11, and AI Hackett. fifth season with two Saturday

s aero hindirip. up this month In the Davis Cup to winners.As Only games scheduled DENVER UP) Frank \lixon, harness r'clnr. claiming, Beach Club Pro Paul Dell anticipated |'The night James and two Sunday
Challenge Round at Cleveland. long as Hank Bauer' Toda\'s\ Games in I his. first, season for the University using the loud speaker report the entry list wll grow defending champion San

New khirti, blow,.', Emerson advanced Thursdaywith Baltimore Orioles are winners, Kansas Clti at I Baltimore, 2, of Denier in the 196J64batketball following the horses b>' micro. rapidly over the weekend. Diego Houston Chargers In will be at hometo

ball, end short decorate a 13.11, 8-6, 6.2 t triumphover he can take the triple plays 1 in twi.night campaign, nt a phone, dashes, parading to the Following the deadline for game and the New one York Saturday Jets
the varlouH learns to lendto fellow Australian Tony stride. Especially if they Chicago at Cleveland, N school record tn storing In post overnight pares and "de. qualifying rounds, players will\ I j the surprise of the exhibition,
Roche. produce runs. That's what t Minnesota at 1 New York, N double figures' in each of: r :25fames : daring In" the day before the be bracketed In: a championship
the general excitementthat happened in the midst of BaltUniore's season, play their first game at
McKinley and Dennis Ralston Washington at Detroit N rate class and possibly three additional Shea
new Stadium
home
goes with the "flrM of Bakersfield, Calif, wrestedthe 12.5 victory over Wash Los Angeles at Boston, N classes of higher handicapped !- |Denver. against
nlfhteri" In all t the Cup from the Aussles last ington Thursday night. SatudJ's Gamest ,
leagues. year but they figure to have a The Orioles had scored eight nu. City at Baltimore N players. I930
tough time keeping it from an runs in the fourth inning and Minnesota at New fork Dale: Williams, 1963 county Bob Jones I- ; Gene Sarr.ien .
"Bowler of the week" improved Australian team In looked to be ready for somernoie Los Angeles at Boston champion: ,has announced he will ,. in 1932 and Ben Hogan in
award: mill be made by Cleveland Sept %:;.2' In the fifth when Jerry)' Chicago at Cleveland. r "n defend his honors In the up- i 193J won flit LSGA: and British

courtesy of Brook ide and The No. 2 Aussie, Fred Stolle, Adair, Luis Apariclo and Boo!g Washington at Detroit. coning tournament. Open golf ch.mpionships.,
the BI'A and a Sporlnmin- plaed Ralston' America's other Powell opened with consecutive

chip award to each league Ingles player) In the quatter. singles loading the bases National Leagued -
will be made by Brook final today at Ihe'psi Side Brooks Robinson, who had L. Pct< t. G.B. .
Club. The winner seven straight hits was the
side Bowl I the must take on Philadelphia 84 56 _
winter
during .600
the survivor of the match between batter. ((STOCK CAR RACESJ
St. Louis 78
..canon.Thli Britain's Mike Robinson bounced to Senator 62 ,-7 II
Sangsterand Cincinnati 78 "-
n2 .
defending shortstop John Kennedy and
Saturday at 10.00m. champ on Rafael San Fran. 78 83.
: I <
Osuna of Mexlc ). Adair scored as Kennedynipped
all Bantam bowlers Carol Hanks, a scrappy St, to Don Blaslngame, whorelaed Milwaukee 72 68 '114 |12 Every Saturday Nite!
will reglnler at Brookslde Louis miss, kicked jut the to Joe Cunningham whose Pittsburgh 71 68 ,:ill iji'
Los 70 70
for the winter league program I second seeded player, No.\ 6 Ann throw to catcher Mike Brumle) ChUag Angeles; 84 78 .500 4" 20 14 \ s 8:00: P.M.

and at 1.00: p.m. the Haydon Jones of En ;:1 U' d, 7.5, 2. caught Aparlcio and produced Houston 58 84 .408 w
Juniors will reitinler. lin ,,6, 8.11. and went hum< rite ,em1n. the American League's first '" Q 27



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Nipl.t


New Chrysler Labor Contract

Friday, S.p'be I II I, .. 7




1 11 d slim. The reas, m:, bt

May Have Inflationary TrendB that productivity in the aut(, ,

Industry) has Increased mi !

more than In Indus!r' at t

SVMDAWSON viewed I adding to personal whole, which the fineriineittuldellnet

AP Business News Antlqst s\'Inl. 01 future security) use a a base Thus

NEWORK (AP) Thr rather than to consumer pur- productivity gains I In Dcti ;I

.
\ iltr labor contract is Infla.t chasing i ouer. A big increaseIn may cover the highet I .' r .::1 t ,

tan -4f \you to bv the fov.m '. pending monev if I spread Or the riMton mite:
e: : .nt's guidelines. It Isn't to other IUdU.tllt.i might lead profit being at ar. 1 i I.

'u) to bthe record auto to higher prices of manv things Increased labor ,) ir be

'ustr profits and the uniikeli..f By the government rdeln.absorbed novlth..ut 1 t:ert

higher prices this fall ont tp, t does |o !ei on care 1 the i iusti I

5 i 11\1 models. rule of thumb for ax old- high hopes ( future t. les

But the effects of the big Ing new inflation These julde holding at record 111 rt

autt> workers may COt lne call fur \\age Incr.ue to realized, profits ,"110. ., hih

:i t the auto plants where ) around! 3.2 per cent, since enough to mollth most sti 'k

ati ''iI'' be contained., The that Is the average animal hole I

tc ms ,suit! spur demands In Increase in productsitthe

otl:e fdustries!] where prices can In unit output per man '
1 Announcementsti 36-Wan.ed To Buy
m M be fuued! up( and that hour of labl."ce can go up -

oulci be inflationary, for the that without putting Likes To Watch \ Utauly Salon Uled pickup. tr ... w.,,,''e.
Good condition' Slit man
1 irm in general. I pressuie on pi ices.Tp )'Ih SI South
Trucks Sets 107 '.' Mamt, .n.ncea 3rd
Fire .11'
11
Oi' the monetan front there's Chnsler pact is variously of 1th Aoe A St So38Autos < tt

>tlier aspect' t 01 the Chrl slerI. fllr.d as adding at least 4 percent Church Ablaze ails Ut SI..I. : & For Sale

I. The Dig '.''In* were >In the and mol b. 3 'ner cent to

. .a..tll -:SEA Ttltphvli it, :e benefits rather than In production (costs Either extreme MONTGOMERY Ala ,.U"> 3-Boll-Motorl Accet.I GOODTRANSPORTATION

of the An ll.ear.cld SaId
It ales. And the fringes piellminan )
a1e b11)
STRIKE/ AXtKTEl). Just ten minutes before the strike dc, ,'t add much II an\ new mate is \ll abcne the govern.ment ut.. he "vvanted to' see .sdll. L EdVn it I I', los flit' I/ II ribeigui. motor, boat Canopy 40 H top PJohnion ,.

deadline the United Auto Workers Union and the Chrysler spending money ailed to reach : ment ,)f the fire tin, ks .ml, this Aid ault I u .i ill 0 that with, a Murtay. I trailer,' Call Ml II5J Ply. I Or. .00
CUldllut. .'
? IMII utter 10 m It
I f jrporation reached agreement on the richest: contract in the workers' pockets as a big Both 1IOn ."t i \ crouds' has admitted setting] .1 i he set the fire v I n Ihi ai' 1140 DeSolo 4 Or $ I 001I5J

automotive history! Rig back the announcement in file In nhur, h. estmule.l SJr 000 ti .O.OOO
grins It' tease in, weekh i'ahecks> management sav the |' ut Isn't .1 5-Bu.in..a Oppi.

Detroit by John D. Lear)' left Chr) sler administrative vice would\ : hoa\'". InflatU" lui'\ unit the h.ICI, of The south, whose n.ml I is damage to the Chls: olni Methii Ply 4 Dr S tt 0
cottee and landwich
president and UAW president Walter Reuther In that sense, the part an be car pn, es lull; ui .1.\ ,i result withheld, Is reported hi Pali.e dist Church eight ilus .u.0. Clan ac cond.t.. ,ncio;. In on Trail ihop' 1954 Bulck I Dr S I 00

Priced' under 14 000. I (104
l/l ItSZ Bulck I Dr. $71 00
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE I

I SRVICE STATION !ms Oldt II HI tilt 00

,r. lot !I.... N. V DM
lInt Chry
PROPOSED CONSTlTl'TKmLIE.nIENTS TO BE \ OTEI) ON NONEMBFR 3, 1964 by Atlanta' 'I.to., Loca 0

t'on JOI No hm.m', Trail. .1 WOOD CHRYSLER
The Moot'ngt Paid. training,
NOTICE OF SPFCIAL ELECTION tilts W.; arlltl XII of thv Constitution . lilt nitepi h. I..u.d In the NO 1 SECTION 4 Additional Mrthxlof d.tr..l., or other specIal taxing program fivancial, aianlanc. PLYMOUTH INC

..I Florida .II herebj' agrtK 11am. .If lIt. hale' hoard of (.(dilution SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION R 501510511' 1 Amending' Cuih.ll'IUtllIn ,. 'h..r.. gaionnr ,'tttbterfuel tor fu.th..,,ilormalion. .I Mr MI } IHI
WKEKEAS!;. tht Ujululun of' ti. an kh.i.l. IK. HUlimilttu' In lIt.. but hll b* blued for and nn NO 268 Al a mrlhod of rruaingth tax nltrlpatton crrufiinliibearing ... Myr, .. 90.S ?>4l( No Trill
IK' ..niir. thi' C."nMiii,"n "I i iHrinI tit'i'lorn uf th* mat for, ralificatmn ' behalf nl thy countt' bnard of pulilleInfraction rnnr* r..n.II"I..n. of Florida. Inlrreat at nut more lOll, h744 or wnlFt IHI Ivy Av* Kit MeW Lf Radio.'
,,I 'm. 1 Stiitt. of Honda did, .pan. or reliction' at thy lOot gin requeuing Ih* immune, I JOINT RESOLUTION propupinean.nlen and ai an .ddl.n.1, n.lh..d ol, r.tiamg .". : per cent ill per annum,: in My.n, Fl.. 'IJ"lOt W SIll. 'Ph: S IRiS.
.1 I Ih, '"..I'lull''''us ,pn>i>iKinK amindi ..nil rliclion lo In, hrld In Nn. imUr thereof and nn clecliun, or ",|1".1 ""\". ,",. 10 Ar..l.1.. ur. any portion or denomination and maluiingal Uii"aoaibabl. 50.11 Sennoa, '/' hIMUST
,""..ffl i. ti Ihi. ConHliliitinn' ,, ol, Hit I'i64 .1 I <.I l qualified, rIeciiirionirre' of th* Florida .. .1.1. portion. of rithrr branch of th. luch tlm within lIne '."'lt) III Ith 51 No Phone
I. 2
"I ,i, ,.f rloridi und Ihi ) .win. hi.lderi hill Iw required. for Ih* itnuance ills In II,. location of the Sent Irgiilatur, any regular lemon I live trar .InI I period an tIle ...rd l.t'o.or at ilaliont'10 SACRIFICE --
).ltthrnuiiiCHOOL!; BONDS! tot of, Cotrrnmrnt Section . c.1
'IK' id i It, lit .i volt .l l Ihn..hl1h. Ihrrrol. adding or al ant specIal or *mraordmaiiroion \ mat determine In addition. i v 10'12Help
"I in. niunlHrs t'IK'lid tu iiiihjli. CAPITAL OUTLAY INSUHANCFIBI / ; IA. prni Idol lor mrani to intur called fur th* puipoar hula) .rrUIn, I th* poweii now prut 1 Id'd door 1964 Galaxie 500.

I I"" ""., 1 I v ,,.Us, ill I Miid .JointI Ht ginning, Januart I l'III i NO < cuntmuitv of Slat and L Penn,''. bv Joint rioluilon .1 rrMalon I b 19010111, 'Ic fin the Intmimritl I of
I "i ,in,,',inwin. i'nti"rid upon. Ihi'nnvi ::.nln thirtt; litv :I lit ttan thiniiflir ; : FOIl cal a.nl nt.I olwratiiinl of the enure ..on.IIIU"oo, lit'a unking, funds laid, Board m it u'r Wanted Exact mileage 6,252 MI
SUBSTITUTE
,, iirnuls' tiilh .tht firm 1 priKiidx ol n.iiittnum COMMITTEE "" ... ttufpinst esnn) rriultlnfirnm retliion or ." .r "nv the mklng' so're.ted IroiId '
',',,,:I i v tin rion :ind, :Ihiy hdld" u.in .: dtrittd ,Into lIt.. 1i.n.Ins .. HOUSE:: JOINT RESOLUTIONNO d'.tv.' cauurd bt rnrmtHack portion. ur thereof., and maj.direct ). bondi, of ant 1011111sitru5t'iIaI' B :' ha.lll.llIi'nd' 2.3370. _
of molor. tthiilm, to Iht :JiJ plo. for lull part time' men
Meniiiiiimirt
.nd dint I thul tOc.Id i for rlrctionIhrrron road and lirldg diitncl hr
,. "" and an 011. Auitm. He.ley Sprite" bur
lo complt .with Ihi. provision A JOINT RESOLUTION propoilnglin BE IT RESOLVED b, the Lrn.laturr ... unit hrrrundrr 'his. women ''I Naplet Our "' 1'1
I ,''j',,,' Hi ,ilulionin' , otif illil lid toIH. pun.matured end aundy In color cond
?", .I. ,.I ii.,i if tin SI..ili. nl Hoi id.iI of thlK. amindnunlh.il' '' . .m nd'n.1. In Article XII. ol Ihr fclnle of Florida If th. $Joint rriolutlun I. ad..pled or maturing liondctpallng '.InI people ire iveragmg Phone 1100 ft I Myen Cun S. seen ':: Lan.
"'I I 110) C.IMII.,,1 I tI""n: on Nut,i'"mI ui. t..I1..I'.d. I In 1.1..d momlilt, ithi .M-cllon t "I thy Stile Con.litu That the tolliilIlItgloS.ndineItt, by lisle of thrr tut, hi 'ij It. of .thym.Inhurrs 1 herein ol I ant nth. ,'''111 up per WE -.jJ\\' or write' P.not 6 2 .o :/R5t'liho
, 1',1, iiiuntv, ciipitnl, oullut, ind d'ht I.uhiHil linn .Ulhll''''''. Principal of of Article,, XVI ol Florida Con It or any othri, iiwcial, rundue .. 4CI.ol.
I I . Ih circled to *ash houi. .d 701 Oara.ota, Fl. "I lOt ... T"iooru.dablsuns
0..1"% ... lund, In thtInili .t.lo', StaIr School Fund to 'Iw rxprndif mulion In adding, .. .. IA !I. dutrlct ii nnlhierspc lab ,
NOW Till':lie,rOllr) : I POMI U '"r. IInd hood nlt OutlHon behalf rerd to and nhall the >. and nays shall bit ."t".d IIx '/0
\ '' '> an providdiMriliutid lul i Capital, a. "tw dill rut I thereof d'd I
I ADAM '. I" lit t "I M"h ,if' 'liii't' "' III 1111' .''' ,'''U"lu,'SI "01,0 ni'ttia'tI of Mat 'Innliiutiona. of HighirUatning I. tht ..1.1'1... ol Ih. . .lhml"I. rl. u"" Ihrlr '.. . journal. ,"" Ing ai lo: laid, maturedtalu ; plot:hound: I\'I\'lie 1 13-Hlp Want. Female
'nd.m..1
I-I I",Mill i d" I iii iiv. N''" propoied rrxlilon or
.
It' unnuiillvitiral Junior, C.il Ificaluin, Trailefi
Including or rrlrctlon at the frnrralrlerlion 45 For Rent
,. thereof tntr.. .h..11 -
,," IliIGt.Nf.fiAI., ., III11"n_ th" 1 countltk in the legea, and;, Capital': Outlat:: I ,'I rPuhlir held In Notrmlwr. 1"C4. turn .h.1 bit Hal."bml'd. .. to. th*."tin orrejection be th* price as paid an, Ihrrrlorhall "'''"I\rh, Woman I,, .I."o". ,,. I"Wnte. Ia.hIi .
.f Ih.. numlur .. SECTION IA Conimultt ,.( ,hl..I. hop .
""lIfI" ol in lructiortttd SchouliBt .
.orrnmrnl mil exceed Ih* part .1".. dunsnenae ,
al the nmt I AJI ,. countyII Trailer a weak. with, TV
'. IIICTltNIi. genena .1.
"lflll" Illriiv'h cuU"I In iisnh .. or I The Irciilatur, *. In .r 80 III Col .
d and Ih" tuid,
II RESOLVED In the LegiiiHlur held more hI,ansrvenlu I 111..1. llll 110 a 11 a wokRock
,' h, Id n.ii'Ii V'u'I,t itI.l ill ".10 Ip.e.
Id'd lon
) ,' , h"n, Theutul.t den I Iniurt of ,
"oo'I'U'd
"'" "
u. continuity
tntmenl ihall loam Inlere.' .iiOI l Hie
f Ih. !Mat ol Florid, thr Park
aftrr th ad of Iwo Trailer
iptlon
",.. ]d...tn, Ih, I h,1 iii.. dii .ilk ,, ,, ) Cr.
nl tI, Ih. rll'.1 I'eue'flIi'o dc and local lotrrnmvntal fun private
That arliclv, XII\ ....Unn a ofI .pr"nn. olulton unless. b vote of II,",.. rat* of three rent 1 ,Si I pirIc Whte, maid. wanld 4/ m _
,, ,
"II, hi I M itit Is I" N"ul. : .1'
11 I .
,, .
OfHi
Iri turn thito I I..n.ln.' "ttuiillnI In ptrlodH of rmtrgrncv ) horn. J mormngt, a week
I hi Florida Conntilulinn', Iw amrndfd .ull' fourth I of th mrmlwra tlerld
.111,10 I, d"I. "I. N"I., ,' ::1 t tot "i'41 :
'hu, 'li s ,In .1. 11,01 4. III fioin dmavtrn' hv 4. Ralarencei
.., .,titit'i,,, ,' ,, uiII" an KV| forth,, Iwlon and that, .u..d to each houi. 'h. Irgialatur, I The laid an sh.ud p.sraroun
1111 titIit.rr lti'f" bad
I I i'll,'It )" .u mid diKlnliiili. an |I.'ro. told, Mmendimnl. Iw auhmitted nltaik ihall hat* .* po"rr and nually use laid' .h.1. Phone Ml I I ))0ilftiddla 48-Aptt. For Rent
In ihall for lubmianon' aliiwrlaf t a .
"d I 1 llisiiliiliuiiiiiitk I, ,,. .nlln.I
out I 1"1. "did I h..rIIIIhlu" ,.Ii In "n am, itliiliial .. 'th* Immediate' dult' ill tu providefor rnvld. I It II '
Ihi rkcloin Florida account l1Tjel'd'
ton ratlIlea'IiI's at earlier fillThe lo
an cirr'nl age
III'( ''"'"t d In iluSI ("n."Iu , I.. Ihi. on-d. and f".1 0 ,
I In Ihi ussngiti prompt t.mponan'suvcos'
and ,. ah,It Alio I 'ltle.enc.ei, . Day Week. or
.., .. HIM, "d., ur rewcllnn at thr femral arcretary of Slats shall ciuienolle principal .1 maturing," if counter, morning
of
Itt "h' .
ii"
ti'Ilt I I lour, I ulIlu d'd, dillii, ,154101'ii lIt ion 10 thc PS oersan d dutirt ofpulilic
tuition In Iw held In Notvmlwr" of th. propoied nvIiliMi ur an> of said bondi and saoillbleor diy waltren' See Mr Fleming' Month. IIRII MOTEL Ml
hilt' IlIlIit'd" bt tIlt loliil, n lull lit ...1lit' offitm' 01, ii hai.trr nature Redaur.nt Oslo tr Ml tllM
other fuel Ham Flamingo .
la after
N" I amendment and of th. dat of the anticipation' cer
IIiil'tluIiIlII,, ". ''n .,,11 IIiitiiuIIIi'' . I'NMSicllim and whrlhrr filled uv election orppolnlmrnt
I/bIll
a PRINCIPAL OF STATE lifiratea of ,,u'h Hn Tr.ll
1101\ MHUNT II h;SOI.UI/'ION lection thereon In b* publlthid blIrtpi'.rl,1o.d I
11 .I."d." 1 h Illiliti" burl l ulintv the IncumlMhll' ofwhich EBB TIDE ARTS.Efficiency .
SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN IN. and .
dialrltl
each bridge ,
NO 4 X II"IIIIINI tvtlc In on.newopa lIes in lherspecIal
A I I HI>:!SOI .in'KIN IMIOI'OS ill..',eI'0'IlIlilliulIbutIl, .up ton,U tN Iltill. ,puriniKii nh t""III ,hi'.II..lIre"1 Hi VIOLATE EXCEPTION: Th carrtlnc, mat on Iwcome th* un"I.hl.and d',itlnof for county, In .which a nipaprr' II tailing diilrtrl then.of mond 14-Help Wanted Sammsm ,... no monthly
I
Itrunrlbulal, o( IK ettats.r hinth fund p..r ', to to ntabllih Mal Road
Ih. a linking hind
'INC AN AMrNDMrNl: 'WII. I nhiill In. tin. Oniotor .'fult such officri > to ajopluih publ.h.d. rl puhlr.lon K.ly
'(1'11'1 I I VII I Of 'Illr): CONsmi:. I" 1111' Inn "r III.I".n. illltui, hall remain nacird' and (Ito bitlat. other m mraiurcs. may benrcratart ..n. ten leuthan account lo meet future requirement' t.p..ud. man lot '. .e,4ll.ooit.g for rent centrely to
I lioN llr '1 Illr I : siAIr: Or MOIDIIA I. tlii'ili'I tilliliti I... I IluIn ,,hlKll txupl. ..nl\' thin th* principal .ofiirh and propr for I Inurlni eight' iSi week before th* ol fuel laid bond. and gaiolm ,'1 ,'Ihei, ".w and u..d camS. cited vVeek or month I tin:

l'llIVIIINi) Kill Al'I'Olt. "Ii.l, \O'.or I'M!' ill n.."'I..t..d. 'in fund maIw expended for the ronlinuit. ) ol |.vnnm..n.1, oprratlonii flection and the second publr.t..n lax antitipalion, l'ertltil'lrI., Apply Wood Chryiler '/'.
HOHIIM capital oullat on behalf ol' that l tvInKllluliona to b* al Iran on. I ill I I whrr* II appeari the ami"''uieil IY'UI.Ir IbI >f I
I"ION Ml' N | Or 1111-. It" "' .11111 I '"u'I II itlt', I""d'd In Ih. *..,.,.. ol th. Condlio.T1
I I C.IM Alllllr "I'ltovmiNG roll lit II"l'tu'Iib"i I 1.11' ..,. I 1110' ol higher, Irarnlnf In. 10Cr. hrrrtn ci.nlrrred I he lr 'la Ih. flesh and not .less than four incom for anv year or yiaiwill' 1 '..rn.h.d, Air" I
I'llMlsslllN' 'Ill 'I'IIIMr I: CTOHS ,.'It",,,1.'u'l I .f IIISllllllllllth .,, ,, ,, "lto In cludine, junior. college and dun Ia torso hall In all l rciprcla conlmmto I 141 week before th. Irctlon I not equal scheduled payment then- 16-H lp Available Bedroom Apt Near beach 4
.. hal outlHV lor piihhc ichmilio the rvlilon or am. on and third an> hal.| pier' |IOO per month year round
II II "I" il Uv Ilu I iiMI'l.III.II'' " tininlt' hun lIt .,'h.H.1 ""'111 the of thll lonalltution pop..d rrmainmg:;
"fll," "1,1, .'I, t I""d.. I I .n lomiml.rt" m I Iiitolnii lIe",.luIllII r r..qul.m.nl crpt mtenl that In mrnl '' th. lavurabl Sot.of anc. out of th* protrrdi of .aid C.I MI : 6'1
Ih. MANAl.tH Uf HIUM' Hike OR
'h' ,1 Ilu I I..II"'N. .1111.11dtutul I ' 01,. h,"itiilliim "' Itru't'dud Itt'I 'th.. ludnment uf th. lelnl, unsoo a maiority of Ih. .1..lor vol .n cells I ltd I ifairt' ia>i hall APT. HOlfl WflL VfRD.ll I7U$0 1100
I, ,I..,, .I, VII "I I II" (' ill,101..1''"" "' "t il I low .ind uppnili ,,'d III On. HOUSF JOINT RESOLUTIONNO lo do, would' Imp.rl.ll. or Ins thereon. It .h.1 . . .t monthly:: during. the tear :IK I:; It'nlIll.d pHAUa. CALL MIAMI Purl I kdrm apt I I"I.n.
Ii,... Ifl., "', .'il.II"t It II. .sd, hilt, ., Inimd, nl ,'dll"I"lllVlI'ilu. II.i' IIMS Mould admit b . on Ih* Turida after bv laid Imard an 'loil.m, c' TV, Air Cond '4 .
'
"..l I,111,,"lid, I I.. Ilu. ilitliiri-, ..i uillid II... Hliiti IH"ood'' 'It' .111I ; A JOINT RESOLUTION iiroixinlnian th''I lest Monday of the Januaryfollowing righly: Mr cent IWI I"I i to Ih* Mat 170411 'I t 1 Ml' 14/4
? I I", .hill, .111111 m Mi In : : th. lection voted upon Roar tie parhne Ill on the con { Tiled ; ... "
II l 1"ill u i .1 I"ll'Iltilt' '''' nl Its true loittli aiiiiHidinvni, , to Article XII olI I II NO S 1 'li I Bedroom Large
'"' ",,i" ."it tin ui',m, 'nil i.In.lion .'Ililt I "',,'h ....tiu, I.. on In''hull' n.nd .ohu'blIll. 'I tin, $|Ialr.. Pnnilitullun adding, a HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION In a general lcllon and on tn. trucllnn" or rrronitrurtmn of .1.1. nunlt.n bul r mol, living' room ."p.0..nt. ol cupboard .
. ., .1,oj,. I... uf ,idiiciil'IltultI ,,,,. Stcliiin lo Iw nuinl" >*ied bt ih* NO 86W ..1.\1\ ,in day after th* .1..U"n l roana and bridgei within th. coun Muit tupporl tell and two chit Relriairtlor plenty" 4
AI'' //'I'I.t: VIIirolMIONMHNr I..II'd I.d.", ut' "ttiiluu I icIllilt", ,ln '' of Slat* relating, to lh. I If d upon In a aprclal election, ly br lor in. lean or purchan d'.. tiperlanced In Apt and Rang Air Conditioner .
. . ..' 4,1 Ih''. ". 101' A JOINT RESOLUTION propraingan or in ellher caa on any date of btldgta Hale hign" mot.1 m.n..m.nl. It 051015. r. .r. ih'
\ AND ( r:NSI'Hin ..11'1'' '1'''''' .. "1. I(51111 . or appointment of Sup.rrinltndtnl amendment lo Artie I. IV tire therein ways within .nnn..n. and ceplionlit ..1.! and general 4 Naples Park
designated loentper
","n' I (OMWSIIION! Orllll "".lId"1 I ..hll'h, "III I"itduit ol Public Inntiuctionin 28 of th. of Dor cent 'ijll' i "nunt.. Hoard ol) odca work. I yssea f colleg. C.I Ml I bl/ Ill I
I': t 1.1'.GI!>All'Hr(' : ill. I lilllHI .III luiti'IIt'1'tI'hi", IIndo'. Ihl' EHcamMa" L..k. Martin Oke. lo. relating C"n.tlut.n. of tOg NO II County" Commlnlonera of Good character and |lob ruler'l
I." 1111 ..I Ilu' !>.l.il. iii 'It't"di h.,11, '''II'"d"1 I I I.illbIhI' I "Itt. .ood. 1111IllIld chnlK-v Palm Brach Putnam, and dut. .llmInatlnf for such county ncl N.ple and Bomta, area APTS.
I. ,", ,.I ..I I .. _. ll.,ilt, .IIId II I h"",ti. 'fti' I I I ;"It 11I11,'. Ih.. ,''U".IIII'"" SemlnliCount, "!*! ..Ron.Inn.r, of a. Irulu. mat HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION therein: me of road and bride s Call Wy I 3M1 or writ Box SABLE SHORES

." .. ,"I.,lilt,, , '' ', "I lit' .,,,, "",,,,1 I "I I liItill'iII,.,uI ..r ",Old ,.11..1 BE II SOLVED: In' tOn LrRtsI hia iiipervulon In 'over I I.iiidn NO 021 (Idi Said (01 Ser.net, */ll II MI 34455Cr115
,. 'II''II,I, ,ll.,ill INhi Mii'lid"f,'lii It', ii", .'II "tt'It ,1,1141, ItI', "ilttii,.t.ItIltI, 1,111, I.,IIrri.I thi hint of FlorKla lynn pritaimnf RESOLVED pulilic thr U A JOINT RESOLUTION proi ,..lngan h""d .h.1 have II.." Inn'a Rnud and Anaca Ava
BE IT by ilialutur power make .
'.'., ,',,",' tilt. .,itid 1111'11I1..." ..I 1.0\ .111111'I ltiIIluIlt'u, .I"lIbli' .ul.i' "I"eh, Thul "110'11 XII of the KloiidaConstitution ol .the Slat, of "' amendment to Article IX Sec rule and, rnfoire .I 23-Miu. For Sale
110 .IIM, ,lull IH .ikllir I", .1,.1liii ,II ,",.1.111', "' .", d I 0"uli'lli' '' dlillfl. , Iw mended' ai Mllorlh *th. follow ." "rd.Th.t toArticle linn 16 of th. Conatitullon of th. th. full regulation nece..jiv" 49-Houte* For Rent
,, .. ..' '. ';1 IIis h.. h'"'' .. ltd I" ,h. 11I.110'II. nil tana. xemw of Ihe pow 1
I tw" vi us ,,,'h ii' .II'ilttltII itlitt and that aid re'olu U of Ihr Florlda State of Florida' relating t
...I "" ", ,1 Ilu, klllKlllii. .10.." ,ul'u I h'ro'I..I.t .,'" ..r h'O"'II", 1 Ii,.'itlili lion ,IKul.mined. to th. IV Srcllon ..rd lion and finance by .emending Ih. herebj) granted and no 1..I..II., nahall A'.Hlf I t
'd .1... diminution la agreed lu h* required to ,. Frgaair' II ft. refrigerator' Attractive Que.l, Houua")
.. ... .d., .,dliiIulol 11'n.I.,1 las .1,01" t Ililtlt'l laid tl" Iol
'' '' II Ih I. t ) ol Fliuidii I lor ranlication or r* Iw aubmltted th. period: of tlm C ovr. amendment, ol full hut rceao 4 Moving: home with limit m Block.' f'o" new tea GalsSchool
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''h,. Mimtli ,> 'Ill No 111,11, rut 1,1 tIll'. .1.,11' lnwdIi Memil! al the general election' InIw .h.1* 01.1 for ratification. or rrjrrtlon Article IX Section 16, du'r January .rating rfferi from and aftrr Janu? appliance, !. >e. at 1172 Mil.no completely' I furnlihed
,,'h "'IIIII.If' .li. .i In... )ii 111', h'III' lIlt" Iltul" tb. no d..I"lh'd. ..h..11I. hi'Id m Ni',oh"r. HHM at th.. general I election lipid, I I. 3015 any lit WSJ I Th. Leglilalur .h.ill Dr Sor.nlo O.rd.ni t/l II 110 par month on yearly :ii_:
''ti'" "I Ih., ".".ili, IIut, hiiot.I t.. I Ii' .' ..d"III.II"'d" lt lIlt .,,1.,ili\ '' "i-.md Sit.lion, Count ndv"l l in Nuvvmlwr: I IIHHSrcllon BE IT RESOLVED by hOe Legit.latur continue, Ihe I,Vleluflal' .d 'la\e or 1 monthly. Call I SMII .
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"" 111.,11.h.,11, ,In. ,'h''I..d "' I"', ,1 ttIiII ..ntt'd' lI"d ..".tmilirt, l lud I'>' nl pnlilit, I Innlrucliun. apiioinimrn! it Commml. of of th. Stale of Florida. during Ih. III ol thll n' G 0511110 g.rl ready ,fur l'
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'If"' lu 1.1\' A"",ut too ...",,,1) 'lull 'ii.t ltulu, .1 1 ..I .00'111.. XII .,ot 'lu In "i'I out rilllltleI agriculture dutit etc Th. commiiaionvr That Article IX Seitlon 16 if" and ahall not .mail Am..ndn.law hav.. a hlu't. cleaning carpet:*
"'.1\ I .." .,Io.1th... I l'ilulti'dlit '.' ,Its i.ttlli lltll'l' I P'trid.. Pit, II.., t ili I lliv rlnl) lupvrlntendutt,,' of , of agncultur perform the Slat Conatltutlim b* amended Ih. effect of, any '.g .I Henl (lectnchampooar bedroom furnnhed collage 1
.. I'' lullutiltI.,1111 Iii. ,IUHIMIn 1".1.l ..... "I, thIs OIII1I'ndll"t I ..IId pulillr 'mull ucllon ihall 1' appoint, aunt dutiri In ,. .".h.1 I. agncullure ai follow. la htsr.byagerudIi ,ot mid' "lhd..II.cent Ih(Ici. ,picerda il I II. tOaplal Furn'lure block, from beach and pier.
I.. fn I/I n vailablt I I. Adult
.., "'1"1.,1". 'Iii i'tII'itItI lOr .tIlt 1.,1... 1..00 d. .,Iii nIl" liutltitll'' I.d.h.,11 id l h) thr riiontImard of' puliliiiiiKlrutllun ' .. m.y he prnrrilwd liy and shall aubmltled to the laid lane. Irom Ih. operation of 10RI "nU II'
I..lfl.. 'i'" "II.'d 'itt f,1111I11, , ul'lltI"' .l. .u I.od, """H'Id""If' In the countirn' ol' t.liiiiiliin .. Ian H. also have luiwrvulonnl elector of th b Slat for ratification thus The .h.ill r &
.. ,, 'k' until, Ill ",'ltI'n', Martin (lkCrChliIl.PillIl _'. .h.1 .I.nd".nt bard 2& Pertonal
" [ Ih'' .11111 'II 1111 Ill'" 'If Ills LeO the prui.n. and .h.1 per or rejection it the general I gIrt pay refunding' ruprniea, othertxrwniei -
'I.", 'I "".',1'1"1', .,,nd tin' mint .,nd h..11. hll'1' oIl I lIlt.' IiiultIl'r' ,Ilill't Btaih Putnam,, and feinnmlvhi I lorni inch other duliei aa Iw lion uf No..ml"r. 1064 lor irrvicei rendered 53-llitingi Wanted
.h..11 It. ",.uiiou'd, 011,11. ..riit'dd.It'u'l tlli d If' lilt .,,,,,,,,d"II',1,I 'bIt .ttldu', in thr proposition' II ..'In, inir by law for whlth >,IHctflcally ALCOHOLICS ANONTMOUS
,.. " '''.' ''", .,i. lIit't'Itl. 11,111 I" .In ...II' ni..."..lituttitill' .I'. .ilId11Iiilturi > In" 00 null..IIHol' ol I he qUlh. prmcrilwd SECTION "It Board of admlnli.ration I ly chargeable nO to th* are account pnip"l..r Men or woman"w.ih leIoSln5' H.v. buy.ns hoe low tent hOinnSIll
n,. d lit Ilu'" k'Kl.,l...Inn' 1.0 ,,'I.'h.d Iu Ill IlitI. fud tli.i.t.>. of an.ur h to.mIt NO S ( ,.nlln. and like ta.ndiilributlon any count from funds dialributid problem Aik for by calling tail Napb.i' C.lb..e' Conl"
J ,1.1 hNMr! ; ...."d".nl. I h"1' .lIly ,, of countt Mip and hUe_ etc ) h.1 Saul tho TraIl,
.ttu..II' : Ar'POHIION ,null" "I 11110' I" I iniikinii SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 'lo such muni) but genvralwniea I < Ml 14UI '.., .,_,. I. o lill'
hit, t N'I' Ih. killHliliiii' .hill ,Iuti. It I ho"'oo"lit "'""h'd I 11:0': i.mill'nd, in ol pulille, I Inmruction I i p- NOIilItI I lai, That beginning January IIIIH4I nt the hOard fllnaarul'uo welcomed' Meeting 'in Firit

rlitirli' tin .1.| ,id, ,into finlt' 'lOt l .421i .. Iw.rdI pomllti' : and for levenly ( rendered kll th erIlIlntlisallhcttu| |Ii| '.p.1 Church A onnue S SiltSI 57-Houiet For Sale
"..1",1 d"'I.", .titli, .."h, "",. l h. 1'lit' .1.1.! 1..00, d .h..11. 110, .,d.dI 'ili Thr Imard of pulilic Iniliuclion A JOINT SOLUTION "rvi"I ITU .thereafter, th* p.l"of b* prorated among them and paid., I h Ave every andSrnipih
'I'" ,,, uu ,it I.., .'I.I'd, 'ti ...ilt. lilt', I mlllliiliniilIK.vur. ' ,,f lIt, counlt muni, moo"t.1nn lli| an amendment to Article .Iwi ..nl 'Ucl lien out of laid fund .t I 10 PM .
. ,It,,'"i I I..1,1 nil, t'l'l'iilt . l the CIlnuttlatilIn Fl'n.da. nn th. sam h. i b.do. I kath ..nlu'n..
111,1. "'"" 'pi ilu n i-lKill. In |I".. ,:t tlII.lu ., h.i.i' tin. i It ('lion whuh mat a ipc' tf b)total levied by alate upongaiolin laid tan proceed diatrllni.damong .
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" "'k'I'd (lull",, th.tt.i.tIt .IId, uIltiiltt I 'S . bib ,'1"11"1 u, ,.. It Is. "n lw !lab.II. idding a irctlonrd to In .._.nlwrriiurthouura and olh.r Ilk' are 33 Servlcet 1.0 ft. floor ipace
.,ol, und I pnlet. t the itral I counltva Offered
I ,."10.... ,......."' ",. ,.rM.II, ,a. ,I -..". .III.II.'N", ,, ',,"'"" .,II, ,.i..null"....,1. ..' ,I.Mitnrtiput :.. ,.1 1,1 ..t ulil..Cil.I" '.10....I'. .ut lit, Ih* acrrla' ry of late auillilnIotog .nl II.nl..m. now kn"wn .pt rt! aid p.ne .cjll prnvidcd ; : .' I 10 Royal Palm Or. ./J ,
.,,,' 'l.'ltttl' ,"u'.Ii'uo'ul tin .mini 1. I ,liii'It "" Ilu. uviniiidiritid linnIh t 'I' I '. ,''n" Ii, Iw di-alcitiiti, .. l lnf .. CUll 1 t'"I.' in lirancn Sw..d Tan. ana upon' oilier mad in eirh ( t tIh SLIP COVERS
Iltt 00", ,-Ill Tin. r..I'.I". it ,421, I .I Ill. '.. tiitand , in Dad county u.d la proprl' motor tehicli-l. R..ul. 'I'o .I Fer tale
'btl'it'ollir IIlhl. tn.lrlt Uinlmure By
dl-llllli." Hhill, ,In. 'I."d;" ,lttlttl'lI' ',,' liiin.iiu;: 'Itmtitnti, : I t Th,: tihllio. ,, ih I "h ti'tllirlt t 'Iheintv BF IT RESOLVED Ih* UguIrflurr ihall .. collected Iw plated mnnlhK :lucy* : LeiitU' Trop.t.l. Dripery t Uphol.l.r 1 Bdrm Owna

II. ...".,.,,1 itIitIlitiil" lIt. slOtito ' vid.d '.l.'lIlt d h.lll nulimiliiin 001... hit, t i.n. 'IHI.VII*. Iniit,d "I 1'''' l. ciMnil, ..".1.... ,'I| ' ol .Ih. Slat of Florida, in th* "Slat' Road nl.I"hull' board mat limn Ihn.n., uf the IM Ml' } I103 Ml I I bath LBS :.Id: lull* room lOIN tt-

,.. ., lii luoi. ,iili miittililind nfl'". .I.h' .00 of oliluiiung" fimdn .u.h, itillitti .will .1 luih .i.,ilmiw Thai an amendment lo Arlicli, fruit Fund In lh. 81.t. Treasury PUBLIC NOTICE H *Low down P'ymant and
. tot tin iiiirinim" i XVI ill thv Honda Conatilution, and divided Into Ih,.. 12'
.utlt.llitI, l..iu.'d IlilutlI 111111lil't'll ,,1.,1', . I t.iuid I'ihlo lilt Iw pin, inI 11 .qu.1 71 per m qualified'
II, "".. ".".",..,. ,ullu'.. .lu. .. lou' .tin .IIM' nt, .inv coiinlt..ii.liiirlnnhuildiim Itt' hlllul ii.1,111'I 'h ullier 1"1 adding th* irction tel forth ,Iw. part ..hlrh shall b* diiiriin.lt" ., HOUKE JOINT' RESOLUTION buyer moll Hill. Ml' J 4'01week
., ltIItulttitlt, t"",1'd.lrll'l, l ..hillI .,1 iiiihllt "in.liiicllon' in.II.II'"n.. miin Ih., ii 10,1" ill \lsther, t oiiblus'IuIlI hO' ,to, Iw numlwrrd by 'Ih. arcr. !".ilhl) amln J lIly .v.,., ""UI' NO tIPS' IN CIRCUIT COUIT. C.I t. ttlarge"
"'"".'.1 ,It, l'uulullliillttll' ,...,,,"I,,'. und ,, iniwirutlmg furninhimi ir I ilill, in. illntitv in ..ah i unit,. lot i of Male I la agrevd lo and that I''.. .- follow on. part accordingto A JOINT RESOLUTION prniMnlng TWELFTH /I'
II" ....",,1\ .Iu.It. I. II" ,irii'd 'in .ovum, ,'nbi.i''. gulls" ,ili, Ant couiilt l adopting ,IhiprotiMnn aid, amendment' ihall Iw alibmltlrd, a. use part according to pop an amendmenl to Artlcl t, X Hr COLLIeR COUNTY. p .auuni'T'.dnoom3b.th
tin
,.'iiiiiipiii| | i'.'ipn,il. ,'uitt.') prohf '" 'he rlrctiira of Florida. fur 1 STATE 0' FLORIDAIN houie. furn. or unfurn. cc.onlI.nl .
lion
in",'limn .1 i ,.. ,".'1",1,1, d.lrot'l, in ...... lulfilin ti. "ilu ,.r of ulMrctton ili I hen ,.1 i ri. uiall'in and .n. part according toIrw ',1 the Hlat fonatilullnn
,.. nl Oirit. ('"",,1\ ,,'h.,1 1"1. 0.,,,tIl'IIIlIltlIlI.inIt'iid ,, mat aflir r four p sarursturn i l I. It I lie, ..lion. or reteclimi, at in* genrril I''aun" .' contribution to the s.li I elfin, 41,5 CH.NCfRY. ''n.to 1 ". ./1 it
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n'1'O'h'I.' .. ilrrlion to I. held in Notrni. .1 t nf, road, .t Lnt; l (ouuusaSundn., I bednoom"l
N i linn ::1 PIIFhl-NTATION: INfill ""lI'h i l Inihldo I uIIllllrulltil, I unit relict the prVl.li.n C. Hat construction ;ot\DI.by th* \
.il" In Ittllui' i LEE
MAGUIRC
): IIOI'M' : Of llr'nirSrNTVIIV I" .,h" ., ..in' .,| thli' M-illiilt lit Ilu. -i..iurocidiiri ''Cl' iDOl the ratio of d"lrl"ut" ai prntided lalure, ,if t uf luridj JESSIE bath I.,.. p.cl. central I air,
I ,mill 'm' '''"
.r'N 11o'I'OO'"I..t".., 'III Ih.. ." ,,".1'" \0'111" 1.10 '' ',,,,d iiutliiud, in .li..I..n, Jhi ECTION -- Chill trlala 'm ,n Chapter 1811. .. of P'I'nl. IlSCllfN I thai ih. PlaintiffMOCtM , condition, . dnhwaiher
Iltlll'it, r'lul's'nb.ituu'l' nhillImlti, it'llit Itl,,'.''''. I.. 1'".) fond.. ,',orII 'hl'I., n. l.tu' 'rri.I hit, ..d"I.I"5 .. pi "t't n,. i 11, .inch Courthounei. in Dade c".in, d. Art. tf 1131 In' lh. pnr'iuttt' In Arlitli X ..I..n } .I.m..dnw'\' . HAROLD' MAQUIRCDelendmt it love refriverator. all form!
.t 11111.. 'lumriiiri, " ,t1t2t' ."ii",, in.IidO ill' 'intlo"liii, .. lliii'tl'lulI'l'' thin nl ,in the ,I'gtnfluu5I l" COIl ".1. ma> ,Iw held .. o Ihe .pp"nnm.nl b..d da Con.tilution a> let forth' .Iwlou. do .Ichan. 114,905 snly lertolMARLOWE

"' ,,,,.,ml.'Hivi'' huh uliull IH. ,'1"I..h..d ..II'II.n..IId tint.1.1.' Mid All ,:"'h I 14, In Ihirt ml' a n"li n'ld",1 i provided. lit .. In branch, couthou.ep .n. ."n"lhIO' lunthr I li agreed I. and ihall Iw mlmilted , NOTICr OF SuIT A SICK 4U 'IhAva
.IIItIIIII, lIt. riiuiiluih.ill, lit ,iot'd lu. twin' lIlt .. r. I .ii, tkiliun ,i..nil. m a chainS' in Ih, in an> municlnahti: I I 1'.11 of .1.1. lo the t let h,. nf Ybnidu THE STATE OF FLORIDA' TO. 10 MI 55231.
''h. "..thiKt III '1",1, ,.,...."""". ,.."d. .h.II', tour OIlId ..n'hIf. mi'.thud, uf kiting a ru15fllltl'i'nItndflt Dude countt Th* clerk lt .,n.> ti.m Ih.amiuntt I th. contrmutinnt . fur ratilicaiuin ,n rejection, at thigeneral HOIIR HAROLD MAQUIRC _/0 I. I. n. 11P4cm
''h." I. .,,'h "'.1111I1\. 10..". 'lll. ""I \O'dn. OInlll" ....d ,, thi. ,inrumlH-nl r.h.ill 'tunirtnillid "'.'ur I in. phvrilf, and an> nh| rc *.I.bll.h.c by th. cernllciiet I election lu b bold In Ni laos Wait Loui, 'ana Av* C.humnm.nt, Hom. on Uich'
'"'ilr'ut'III.tOI', .,old, II,.. rtitilultlllliIt' : I'. ,I".1'' itlItlililt tbi.IIIt'pin In ."'millI, in- In wrt* thIs remainder' ol, "uri off Her within, laid' count') made I lo (aid tcmlwr Denver. Colo.do'Ou 'gal Ave undir conitructionThe ,
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. .. ... ,10.,11, "utiillitt ill nlfur to which hr vv .. .hall maintain, inch officra' within Thaiit taken and only, one uncold of I 17
." .. .' \. .li ill 'itiuii'dIII r..n".n'I", fllIlliinll thi' I linn t.nli .1r'U,1 1114ARTI'LI X art hereby not.f.ed, that a new
,.. I .. "'iuutuull" 'Ill ,trltutlt'tllultlutllllibtllttl I.. .I.I1".n", n"iiiV"i. ,"ii"Vi' '.ir. Irmn I Ihi, dm' dult, tinted or Hppiuniid and h... at ail, de ci" computing IECION of Immi' .uit, hai been filed, agamtt yo In home built, on thit it.reel. t
,.. uI lIt. th., attIc auch otrielal b.k. and rrcrd. the ) amount .n'I.II' Ih. .bOoa.n litlod Bdrmi. I Bath tcrien Porch.
' 'II 1"111I1111" .nl mid, tiding, not m.olhl d.lllu'O'II. C.ulasn you
slui'fIt, .. totbtllllul"' Il, tIll'lull 1'1' lOr ,I.IIIH', Ihi n ,Ik". i..... from NO I ihrreln .. t. nrcrinartto acr irdmg, In laid ."trlbul. win who rrm h..t.x.lI.* rv..r linn per Ire hereby ,aquo.d I ousesa.upon C.'pr. Uhibihy, Air. Condition.,

'.... Jmu.irtami HOlfE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO afpompll.h th. jtiroo.ei 'o thi. fond ao d"hu.d, shall b* ailnuri.lered flltlal, title in ..I to real nO proprrt 11.nlI', attnrney .ho.* name and lund.y.C"R'UfAN .
roll'd (.IIIMM .if till L'nIl'd' I t I Illu' d.h' hi.-....'...i I. car'. :I'to .n..nd'.nl. prmided ,mat th* prmcipal > Board uf )'inlhis, Hale and who re.ldntherrnn aopaar riireon, lore.l. REALTY
'ltd. for I AD" ... .. or ,, ir other hereinafter pro Ian diferoei if any, lo the bill, ol j
: 1.."" lI"d, .hllil, n. tin uhwli ,Iju tin.1""t.II"n "m'nl..lo and ,in good faith mali .lo.
,. not "on, All iuh rniHiir A JOINT 'lngan "llr.r .I I. "m""dr. complaint ll.d. Soul copy ol ''ISO H Tf",' .In
hi hitc .
''lu I. Iu'rufl it h.ill Iwar Inreding if ,. .h.1 the lame h,. i r her "hcl "I'
t'nIltlt'Il"l to .
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lutlu'n f fr -
"itiititttliiriitb'dS'tbitl' ,'r'il ..1 t'lll ,.... four. urd .. HI.. ::" lf,1'r'i'th. a4itim 'I". i I. The Governor at chalimanI hem. .r t Ihe "rm..n"11. 'it before dil verad October Is 10 A ; Twli'/ Aue.-I J bodnoom

4 Thi.' lilii-lilure. nhilliiHmrliiMi ".,il., h.,11, ,ti', t uinr cinlum Inn in. ? ', ,"uRI.r t ,thrfeirilan NO IIHOUSE stale, Treasurer and th. Slat,. of another or nlh.. legally 'r Herein, Cal I not or "I6lh con home I block from beech "..,
"" Ilu ripriwiililiiin, of ..., .,"d h.ill miiiurv prior In nf State relating I lo ,tlrrliilint C,in"iilrullvr .h.1 ronatitut, a body nalurall) dependent up<,n aid, pi.on ". letto will sIll I bul.neii. i.ct.on. Avail.bl at
ill",' hiniM .,iud .,'''"1.. ill .Ihi-, lilt! .""' 11I.'''' I ::11000. A D lIt" .ltI". or atiBntnimrntIP' JOINT RESOLUTIONNO 1.'P"rate' I lo ii nnonau. the shall ,lie i milled l I'. arno.t.ubi, the ,. .b prayed oe.degutnu m Ihe 0.11, you of 11 U too |;M down 555 per
Ifl.or, ...slit ill Iluk gmkilitriind .h..11 hair 101011 I.. d I..rm. rrmtindini, of puWi ,m.truiii, Jit SI..ik-., Board Admintitralton lion fn ,Il i i lalali'ill eli opl I hr tampllint. ohh ,. ind ''u'.nu
i tin tin i tIll >ran. thinill ,l'u.ard.Ill iilhl'T d'l.IbC of said .,..,,11. in Ta' h', inint JOINT RESOLUTION r.I,"", t I" which, board .h.1 o mcceed in all aann:.:': l",i ,ptul: lOnis.> .Ill( uii The nature of ta.d. tuif being. for M.. I 414 '/. It
., t h..mrd uinm Ill" pren ding' kit, "'" iehtll'l.' 'lIt .nll.8.. 'thr hldirial, devartmrnt ur"poamg .the u<...., and uthoril) of tnlhi .. ..d abojl.'tl'4li". '1"' D,. '(. PHIVATt' SALE
.. fl,4iI nt thy LegHlulurr
Ii l, hdir.il cli-nnnlul tiniui ,i'ntuIblll'u.01iI, iii ash at p111111, BE IT R IfL\'EO: .., an amvndtrirr.1' IosuI.nliI' the ..1.luI"lad of Admlnlatralion ihoii-j' d d I,'a'. ,15)011l'lt''lfluud' WITNCS1 hind and th. nil NO BROKER" .
ida'Fhahanamendlltt
*, ..".." II If HIV mirl' ..f thl"' ,1iuttltnadirrll0dlhl'SI, in. .o .I. .i fl' I Srrtian 5 of alt'" V ..I the Bnad h.. m addl hem '' 'OIl' U'll"l1iI i i urllp'nI 0' "d Cou0)It Niplei. Florida Oner muSt tall three bedroom.
.utt'n 111 I II
,iillIl..utIItIult, ,, i K dirlured' iinnmhhilioii.il .al.. .' ...,iil I."d ii 1' .....1... ,.. ,, t ."...' Fl"nda C.I"I" ,n tnguiu ig lion In ., poueri ai may n* a- del' ,do' Ablu 11 ii X Si: ;illm \I II Ih' Ird day September A O ) bath home ,Id THE
01, null .ind void then \th..n. .nll'III..II..n nrnllfii'.IIIs. XII\ ol.I thy rinrida .ColOtnuttihtrnrdi'iiio'., ,. ,h. n..mt"r Iud.,al 0 bIl"I""I conferred, upon it In .law. the 'manaaen .I II'. ,, 'I'i I I. Id icon MARGARET T I INOS Central heat ..MOOI.air.
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lb lie enllie, re.olullon altull Iw null 111I"5' tWR lOt lerma and ,...dll..n. ashi adding, Ihr ti.i", Iirte't'Irpi'e ntaln ludgr.111BE .,". *nl control and luperv l.iw' mm:' d '" .11" ]o,, ,did that Clerk Circuit Court oif conditioning. carpeting throughout
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8 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS, ",. Friday S.pUmb.r II". I IV'
Dora r .etM > A
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(Continued from page 1)) See Ultimate Victory
,
t
Naples Movies Attract hour. Dora was expected to A
continue moving west with'

I perhaps a slight tlJJ'lto the In South Viet Nam
i War
north, and gradually wear i
herself out.
TV Watchers
By MillionsGreater Gales lashed the state capital I WASHINGTON (AP) Top' this Is certain to grow heavier
: of Tallahassee and other partsof officials\ say they believe It as the contest continues

thinly populated northerni ''U.S. be ome possible to negotl. At some point the leadership
Naples Chamberof tors. Premiered at the annual i) Florida for hours during the an end to the war In South of North Viet Nam. Taylor

Commerce reports that the Chamber meeting at the end 01,f night, but little damage was tram' but only after Red believes, will! very likely be
two recently-produced Naples May, the movie went Into distribution ( reported other than minors I Chi II and I North Viet Nam are faced with a choice whether to
,
In oodln(. minced the\ are backing a. motion pictures are scoring early August. In h Viet Nam
Highest winds recorded inland I,"istng aggression. or to take
"amazingly high television first two weeks the movie was I an Increasingly grave
were less than 50 m.p.h. Whether the antl.Communlst risk of |its own
showings all the coun- shown on seven stations with I economic col.
across Ethel, a small storm with a | fighting will have to be expand. IJp.. .
try. estimated 1,011,942 sets tun 300-mile spread of! gales and ', ed bevond the borders of South This risk would
obviously be
The number of showings of ed In. peak winds of OS m.p.h., Viet Nam before that result Is increased if the United States
each film, and the probable Stations showing these films: churned westward from a spot achieved Is one of the questions decided to put on additional
audience watching each showIng have ranged from New Englandto I about 800 miles east of Palm left open following the I'on.ulta.Uon. pressures bv expanding military

are compiled by the Flor- California and from Alaskato I Heath here this week of Ambassador o".rOllon.PI'Ollrt! \ the borders

ida Development Commissionfilm nonh Florida. The useful "It's a good three days away, Maxwell D. Taylor with of South Viet Nam and launch

library. life of these movies Is estimated even If It should maintain Its : ,_ :. tptve. .. >W' ,<, I President Johnson and other Ing air strikes against targets
"Naples Goes Buggy," the at five years, so many'. present course," said rhlef U.S. polio makers. the north The North Vietnam.
forecaster Gordon Dunn, Taylor. who left Uashlngton( ese have
15-mlnute swamp-buggy film, more millions of persons are r.ws.r.we..rr. 5sm"wyyyy wr alr"oAdh..d a .demon!
"We're not making am predlc oeaasvlatrawaxsara.taaaeawrr, .a+es ... Thursday night to return to stratum of the destructive ef.
was Into distribution expected to view them. i&
put two tlons at this point." w.:.t.armssaaaraaaaaaarmlatsw+a-== "'- Saigon said he Is sure the South feds of such
months It already I has been Members of the local cham it a operations) In the
shown ago. ber's tourism committee Although power was still tl __, ____ a n'1'e10sla.' : u"swaaauatelue j Vietnamese snuggle "will end attacks which weie made on
on television 23 timesto largely out, Jacksonville, St. Jssazacaaams +='m'"s- -, | vlctoilouslv from our point! ofi patrol boat bases in August
ed by the early oft thetwo tsae ecr s r a r sal tens "
an estimated 6,020,900 success Augustine and Brunswick! e..s ...- i view. Seuetaiv' of State Dean Rusk
homes, or 12,000,000( people. movies, are already thinking pitched into a monumentalS 1IIr-= = But he declined to speculateon told a news confeietue" Thurs,
"Naples Rediscovered" Is a In terms of other filmof repair and cleanup Job. when it would end and he da tlut talks now under In

15-mlnute color film producedwith the Naples area which mightbe More than 30,000 persons who .' said this Is not the time to talk Pails among Communist{ wax and

City advertising funds In made and put Into circular n i, spent two nights on the hard v a. about negotiations CommuiiM, leaders In Lios
cooperation with Johnson Mo- First results Indicate t the floors of churches, schools and 10 N f1 5 0 N h 1 When asked If there had beenam nilfht: Bne sputa .?,?,._,??? ,)f

Chamber's 1964 summer television armories In Georgia, Florida discussion In the confer, the 11I1t'lIlttlllli'| RH China ,III
and South Carolina returned to en es this week about an arm's. Xtll'lh. Met\ XJIII, .I\'ut,, ,' ? .
advertising programagain ?? ??
Capture 6 Who was success the Cham. thler homes tiie with the Reds Tayloreplied r tilt' then appreMsloii in &,uth'
,
Some had no homes left. "abkoluteh not," Chat' .tall.
ber reported. An estimated 12, Fourteen houses north of St. j The sessions conilimed two
Escaped Jail 000,000 viewers were exposedto Augustine were demolished. The Immediate major objectives In

announcements of varying huge tides and driving waves NEA Telephoto/ ) South Vietnamese pollcv.

At Miami BeachMIAMI length beamed overtwoOrlando cut the land from under them St.'BVERSION7-Car transporting GOP presidential> candidate Barry Gold water to the The most Impoitant of these Cruise Club
TV stations and one In Miami. and they washed away. El Cortez Hotel In San Diego sports Johnson'Humphrey sticker on its front bumper purposes| according to report
BEACH (AP) SU The Chamber of Commerce However, considering Dora's coming out of the sessions at the

men slugged a guard and fled office said It noted particularly massive reach, structural dam. White House and State Depart Gets Report On

Miami Beach city jail today, an Increase In the number of age was relatively light. Johnson meet, u the formation of a
but all were captured less than Inquiries and visitors from the The worst destruction was . Goldwater. . Thieves Get Cash, stable South Vietnamese gov. State Council
four hours later without resist caused by flood waters. They ernment In Saigon as quickly ss ;
Orlando area. Some area accommodations (Continued from page II) (Continued from page 1)) Checks From Car pAt Ossioie.
aiice. ran waist deep In the streets of The
Naples Cruise Club held
Miami Beach police said they ran at peak winter St. Augustine during high tide. Jol neon, at the end of his drive for presidency Into the Fishing Pier Tavlor Is nucleiIDCH| to havt* their monthly dinner In
Cot a tip the escapees could be season levels on weekendsand Florida's valuable citrus crop, speech!, adopted the word South next week.Goldwater 1't'l'ult"tl| to President Joliimciii I meeting
the
found at an apartment In North holidays, the Chamber's which escaped with little wind "echo for dramatic effect. began his speech to Lloyd R. Fish of Daytona Beach and utheis. here tint t'.S. main dining room of the

Miami. report added. damage, was menaced by the He c intended that the voice of the political scientists by hitting yesterday reported to Naples Po. barked Premier i NI.IIUMI Khan;( Tahitian Congress Cove Inn

Police of that t community And the Chamber office recorded torrential rains Standing water the majority long ago said on a familiar theme the lice that his wife's purse had been has MMC; <| (>vniIn ", Tuesday, September 8, with 60

staked out the address and a 52 per cent Increasein can rot the roots of young trees "yes" 10 Social Security, the growth of presidential power pilfered sometime before 11 his 1 IHlllllcal ICHM III, SlICOII. ..14an club members In :attendance.t .
when Miami Beach officers ar. the number of visitors to within few days. minimum wage, equal oppor. which he says can upset the o'clock from their locked carat almoM iinlisH'iisil, | , lt' in.in .11 I Commodore Dill\ Drumheller

rived, the police ordered the the office In the months of May Tons of leaves, limbs, shingles tunlty medial care for the system of checks and balances the Naples Fishing Pier. tire moment.Tuvlor, presided.

fugitives to come out. They did, through August. Pan of the signs, awnings, antennas, aged, the antl.poverty program between the executive legisla Cash amounting to $40 and two It-els hi |is the, out m,in Jack Messiuer, chairman
and were taken back to Miami Increase over last tiles, glass, wires, poles and and other D" mocratlc.sponsoredmeasures. tive and Judiciary branches of government checks, one for $59 who has bread Niipimit{ .iniciiir the committee organizing a
Beach. year was trees littered streets government Repeatedly he has and one for $116 were taken.STORMSATAGLANCE major) elements nl the \'h.tll.llll' Florida Cruise Council
Police Sgt. George Brown attributed to the first annual Majestic old oaks that lined "But the echo still! says accused President Lyndon B. ear |1"l'ul..tllIlI| ,, Including |.iltlullx | report on the gave dare a
said the men sawed through a Shrine all-state ceremonial, the streets of St. Augustine for 'nol' he spouted as he ran Johnson of being "power mad" {poweilul ruicldlit.sts. tin* and progress to
stated that .
bar in the third floor bullpen. held here In June decades lay on their sides through the litany "To a constitutionalist" 1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Catholic and the unlit, .in. many Flo..ldaCrulse

Palms were scattered like Each time Johnson used his Goldwater said, "it it at least as TROPICAL STORM DORA Tin ,5 her nbjt'itiu* on which and Yacht Clubs are Interested

toothpicks. "echo" line, he slammed down Important that the use of power Lost much of Its wind power a Mail Is t\Hi'ted in OH fill in joining the Council *

irrr'' Damage to the roads In Duval his clenched fist like a cheerleader be legitimate than that It be and was demoted from hurrl. mediate, intuit Is s ne County, which Is metropolitan and the audience chanted beneficial" cane status after tearing Into Communist eiieiillli, tout's in developments.
Jacksonville, was estimated ItS the phrase with him In unison And with this he switched his the northeast coast of Florida the* tour, ,IIIOVIIICHN, lmmt>dlatc'lv' Mcssmer said he plans to

million Stretches of U.S. AI. "This year,," said Johnson, attack to the court and Its pray. with IIS mile an hour winds. around Saigon.Otllclils arrange a fall meeting In NaI .
A, the highway that parallelsthe ''Ihe mighty voice of the Amerl. er and reapportionment ver Leaving tens of millions of dol. mid. Tivlol had,I pies of all interested clubs

Atlantic all the way down i can majority will! be heard| diets lars of don ,ie In her wake, received jssuiami-N,, Iron Pie, and stated that clubs which

the coast, was under water. In i throughout our land, and it will l "The decisions are defended, Dora was still drenching partsof Intel Kliinh hilt. h,' Intended. 1 toCo i have already signed represent -
I i places It was ripped away be heard also around the world Implicitly or explicitly, on the Florida and Georgia with ,forward, with the. opei. ..it'Ion| up(
over 2,500 members
Dora gave Jacksonville and I It will! be heard saying 'yes' to I grounds that the results are heavy rain. Gale warnings were wit he ml del.iv even: editing the
It was announced that ,
St. Augustine their worst beat. the future, and sayin 'no' to desirable that It really Isn'tgood posted along the Florida Gulf ftov eminent leoicjnl/itlon. Commodore -
lags from a hurricane In this the echoes of the past.;. for children to say prayers Coast. In disc'usMim the I.II'I pel r Js,1 I Drumheller and Mrs
century. He applied this vigorous In school, and that It really Is HURRICAN ETHEL Mov. lens'gauge: jxM| >ils ill the South, Drumheller accompanied: by
It was the worst In 20 years language to his opponentsii desirable to have state leglsla. ing slowly westward in the At. 1'ienlamene, conltM olllilalssaid. vice-conunodole Bob I'lecity
for Brunswick, a resort city 60 i "There art abroad ID this tares, in their entirety, appor Untie about 800 miles east of Tan|IIIr e\m| '"sed the view and his wife and Mr. and Mrs.
miles north of here. The pound. responsible land reckless fac. tloned on lone man, one vote Palm Beach, Ethel packs 95 that It would. niil 'In won In Messmer met recently with
lug sea and 83 m.p.h. winds col. floras contemptuous toward the basis," Goldwater said mile an hour winds near her nI II hill n".II1I.IIIIII'| members of the Outboard Club

lapsed several homes and damaged will I of majorities, callous to. "Now there Is raw and naked center. The storm now Is mov. III elicit lit tilled out |ii los. of Palm Beach ar Ton Myersand

a handful of motels ward the plight of minorities,' power Ing almost on the same track as I I eels for a soleh 1IIIltlJI'IIf to.rv that the East Coast club
Thousands returned to their arrogant toward allies, belli?, "The question, under our Dora. i flyer' the* IlI..I'IIII.1. i Ion""" gave approval of organizing a
beach and Island homes f In erent toward adversaries, care. system of government, Is not TROPICAL STORM FLOR. i supnorted\ dlreith liv North, Met Florida Cruise '
fat South Carolina, where damage less toward peace." simply what decision Is right ENC No longer being tracked :Nam and. ill least Indirecth{ l hI'> Council. Harry
g ,, was alight He said such factions wear but also who has the right to by the weather bureau since she Red,' Chfua.f Wooten and Cwllyn I'rideauxwere
many names, espouse many decide." dissipated in the cold waters Dill lie' tliiiuplil. .end oilier, appointed to the commlt'ee -

ar causes and demand of the vol.' And Goldwater declared "If the north Atlantic. The storm'i official ;I"I i| |uieiith .lueed, tintsuplioit to assist Messmer.
N. lfTf/rj I 'Jlour. JACKSONVILLE (APThreeteen.age i ers a choice. we exalt a 'strong executive' or formed off the west roast of Af. i ot the 1l1I..IIlIIM. I IsImlltlsllI I Drumheller also announced

a a Mei p boys used Hurricane i "They demand," he said a 'strong Judiciary' or, In. rica and moved northward. \( .1 i |hill'\ Inn'dm mii 1 that a group of 70 members

Dora's winds for a Joy ride i 'that you choose doctrine that t,1 deed, a 'strong legislature' at i_ i Communist, Nul'lh1..1 Nun, ,Ins I have already made, reserva-
Thursday Is alien to America that' the expense of the checks and tlons for the trip to Jamaicaand
W Then I?. balances of federalism, and the <
yearoOld Robert Glov.
would lead to a tragic convul. Haiti on November 28. He
er slipped and the game was ov. sloe In our foreign relations. principle/ of legitimacy In gov. | urged all) Interested parties to
It took 40 ernment, we travel away from ;
er. stitches to close' "It Is a doctrine that inviteextremism 1 sign up before September 16
greatness a a nation.
cuts on his face !
__ to take over our for additional reservations and
The game they were playing: land.
Involved taking turns with a "It Is a doctrine that said he expects between 100
plays
parachute, letting the wind pull loosely with human destiny Miller HammersAt and ISO cruise club members
them across a hilly, sandy area that this generation of Amerl. and friends to make the trip.

...tt'+, cans will have no part of it." Announcement was made thata
..,, JACKSONVILLE (AP)-News Humphrey'sLink cocktail splash party is beIng -

# of Hurricane Dora took a backseat planned for later September

for a while at Mayport Na*> at the Congress Cove Inn

val Station when a Navy wife Humphrey SwingsAt With ADA Pieclty, chairman of the
evacuee gave birth to a son
Thursday. STAMFORD Conn. (AP) membership committee, gave
_ _
Rep. William E. Miller, ham. a report on the committee's
Mrs. Elaine ana GoldwaterIn
MEXICAN Barcigaiupia
STAND-OFF-During the Presidents visit to
the
merlng away at Democrats recommendations limiting
the baby delivered In the May.
Detroit, a spectator In Mexican costume waits for Mr Johnson to wind
wer.lat.er planned up his first full membership to 100.
to pass so he can shake his hand lie Is port dispensary,
week of
that
unaware transferred to the hospital at New campaigning today witha Mrs Ethel Anderson was
his serape (Mexican blanket) Is being "frisked.:' arrow by Jacksonville Naval Air Station Jersey swing through five -ommunl. given an ovation For her painting -
an unidentified Secret Service man Nothing was found ties In Connecticut.
and, the 'Mexican" Is happily shaking the President's hand. 20 miles away WASHINGTON (AP) Sets The Republican vice presiden. of a large Cruise Club pennant
which will! be
Hubert ar
II. Humphrey cam. tlal nominee displayed
urged President
GREEN COVE SPRINGSAP palgnlng In New Jersey, the Johnson future social functions.
( > -hands Bridge over the nation's most Thursday to divest jj ) ,. l w,, y t
highly urbanized himself of television I i The Cruise Club Island Com.
: St. Johns River here was closedto .toAle. took heavy swings Thurs. holdings In I
TROPIGAS SALUTES Austin, Tex '. mittee has set Saturday,
traffic because of Hurricane t
Dora. day night at Sen. Barr C old.water' He said the President should I y tvi September 12 as "clean-up
.
record In dealing with not have Island
Waves undermined a liWoot urban problems a substantial Interest day" for the Little Marco
In a business regulated b\ the picnic grounds. Drum
section of the approach on the He said Goldwater
the Re. federal
St, Johns County side of the publican presidential government heller urged all members to
bridge and officials decided It has nominee, The White House said there icing shovels and rakes and to
These arc torn of the more than forty dedicatedemployee. opposed programs for urban would be no lomment on Mill!.
of Tropigai who provide around the clack wasn't safe renewal, mass transit public r's remarks, made at a news be present by 9 aim
penonalued fa* service in Fort Myeri, Naples, and The one and one-half mile con. housing, housing aid for the conference in Providence R.I.
Punt Gorda.I crele bridge Itself was undam. elderly and water pollution Miller wound Everyone Reads The NEWS
up Thursday'scampaigning S ,
aged. It was completed two control grants
years ago to replace an old The Democratic vie" presl. with a speech to r-
more than
wooden structure, dentist nominee described 1,000 persons at a 1 : OPEN
dinner in New Rochelle N.Y. I

JACKSONViL-LE(AP-Thom. wants Goldwater Ms adventures as "someone In the who age Hubert He renewed his attack, on Sen. .J UNDER NEW I j

as Bostwlck, superintendent of of cowboys and Indians" His H. Humphrey, Demo. 1 sato

I i 11I1. I. production for the city electric audience was 3,000 New Jersey dart cratlc nntlnff nominee that for Hum.vice,"._.presl....-- j MANAGEMENT I

department, promised service Democrats !In a state where a founder of the Americans;;; for
will be restored as quickly aspossible
more than 88
per ent of the Democratic Action, which (NEA Telephoto)

"I Imagine about 150,000 cus. population his lives one.shot in uiban Eastern areas.After Miller described as "a secret ESCAPING AN ESCAPE- nn, clothes security officers Join your

t. sad'. ... C. ._ 1 L.., tomers are Impatient," Best. trip, Humphrey heads west to. membership organization which scramble to warn the crowd on hand for a Goldwater rally
.. blame them. i preaches a phllosoprn of foreign In San Diego Calif.. as a massive friends here
n pp II pa" \I panMa wick said. "I don't dare He stops! in Minneapolisand steel fire escape staircase
I don't have any lights at my then goes on to South socialistic totalitarianism." descends to the street when a fire alarm went off, Sen.
Dako. Miller will! return to Washing Barr>' Goldwaters speech in front regularlyPLATE
house either. ta, where he was of the U.S. Grant Hotel
scheduled to I I ton tonight for the weekend and was temporarily halted
speak In Watertown, visit Do. resume
campaigning! next week
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