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Title: The daily news
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Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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QUESTION How did you earn

your first dollar?
(AP ) Clusters on

v.WILUAM.-.., ,..- the high seas left three men A In StateMIAMI
dead, sis Injured, two freighters ff! I,
rutted by fire and another ',

aground.The J C At

three dead crewmen were ,.
from the Spanish freighter SI. I r '7 '''j\ .. BEACH, Fla. (AP) WINSTONsALEM, N.C. ( ) AS IIINGTON (AP) The
err Aranzazu, last reported President Johnson told a whoop. Republican '.. .. spotlight shifted south
burning uncontrollably 50 miles SUSAN BALLARD OS A SMITH Ing audience of labor union tnee Barry Goldwater ,' as three of the four ma

off the eastern tip of Cuba. members today that prosperitymust Into the South today -President John
Two of the crewmen were not be sacrificed to par. drumbeat of criticism Sen. Barry Goldwater and
dead when plucked from a life Enter Contest tlsanshlp. Supreme Court and he William E. Miller-headed
raft by the S.S. P.G Thulln a 2 More Addressing the annual con.ventlon that some Democrats ranc.. In Dixie

Netherlands vessel. The third of the International As. think the South Is part planned a tlx4tour
a+nr died as the rescue ship raced soclatlon of Machinists, which United Mates trip to Miami, Fla., to
S for Mathew Town In the Batumi has endorsed his candidacy, "This country the annual convention

*. Six other crewmen were For Swamp Buggy QueenTwo Johnson got a .stomping, change," he said. AFUCIO International
Injured and 11 apparently were chanting welcome from 4,000 Goldwater said hI <"lation of Machinists The
in good condition. delegates crammed Into a deep concern among .. expected to be back
Cause of the fire aboard the more attractive Naples opened Labor Day and will run smoky hotel ballroom about "the drift of our White House by the mid.

1,600 ton Sierra Aranzatu, own young women have signed up In through October 23. The President's second Florl. meat," and about lie has a trip to the
ed by the Companle Maritime the annual Swamp Buggy Queen Newest entrants to vie for the day appearance In five days co. fairs and the way the Coast planned for Wtdnes.
Del Norte of Madrid, could not contest, bringing the total of con. title of Swamp Buggy Queen, the melded with a visit to the state t rat Ion deals with aiul Thursday
be determined. The ship report. testants to three. Both entrantsare winner to be crowned at a Corona by his Republican rival, Sen. He said modern 4dwater, opening his second
edly was carrying a cargo of students at Naples Senior tlon Ball at the Beach Club HotelIn Barry Goldwater. belle the heritage of ., weak on the campaign

blankets, garlic and other prod. High school. October are,Susan Ballard, 17, Scattered crowds that wel. He said some of them opened a weeklong bid
uce from Spain to Havana. The popularity sweepstakes a high school senior, sndthedau- coined Johnson's motorcade Supreme Court "can In the states of the

Meantime, the Coast Guard sponsored by the Jaycee wives, ghter of Mr. and Mrs D.C. Bal. through the city obviously were way but down the path with an appear.
was attempting to remove nine lard of 692 Seventh AvenueNorth. on his side They waved nun. Constitution" at Wlnston-Salem, N.C
men from the freighter Globe Susan is sponsored by the Jay dreds of "LBJ" banners and Goldwater said a COP presidential nominee
G. PRICE Explorer which was disabled by cee Wives and was one of eight Goldwater placards wore an Democrat could net : to speak In seven other
President Bank of Everglades a flash fire 3(0 miles southeast finalists In tht'' IMS rontest.Her .ca rre. the court's derision states by Friday night

"Peddling srpan pan, fish In of New York.Thirtythree. ArThe favorite hobbles are tennis and Overhead however, a light apportionment of slate 2)W Goldwalsr's running
the Greek comrnuiw{ > : 9f;, of the crew were singing plane circled and trailed this tuna planned to appear In
pon Springs. J ij uld get Jut:; taken to New London, Conn., by Osa Smith, 17, t sophomore at bannerl "This i Is Goldwater Some people "don't ) ', back yard) at the

25 cents for '*' t! ting'pf1: (. the Coast Guard. Four crewmen Naples Senior High Is sponsoredby country." South Is a real pert of the State GOP Convention In
fish tveU and five Coast Guardsmen re. Barker Drugs She Is the Johnson got the biggest handIn ed Stales," he told some | near the President's
passing up e tre
matned aboard. daughter of Mr. and Mrs L.R. the speech when he plugged pie at a Republican City ranch home. MU.
Ing fish ,In GreiJV.This 1< ;, was High seas caused by hurrl. Cartwrlght of 1074 Sixth Lane, hard for medicare for the elder "In fact," he said moves on to Denver and
before my 12th birtIv day. cane Dora hampered removal or North. ly under Social Security. Ing to be visited by one of Midwestern appear

of the men. They were reportedIn Osa was also among the con. "And I say to you now and I any day." Goldwater ..
no Immediate danger By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS testants last year. She states say to Americans everywhere," was talking about Sen. only candidate not head.

The Globe Explorer, out of MOSCOW (AP) The eco. that her hobbles are swimming, the President said, "if you be. H. Humphrey, the ll south today was Sen. Hu-
Norfolk, Vs., carried cargo of nomic chief of the Russian baton twirling and golf. lleve In medicare under Social vice-president! nominee II. Humphrey, the Demo.
20,000 tons of coal and was en endorsed a Sec" Goldwater went from vice-presidential nominee.
Republic has pro. Contestants Interested In vying rlty, now is the time to
route to Rotterdam. The fire oo posed reform of the Soviet for the title of Swamp Buggy stand up and be counted." breakfast to a hotel from four days of cam.
curred when fuel oil overflowedand economic structure which would Queen are asked to contact Mrs. His audience roared out with declared real,two-party the Minnesota tens
Ignited In the jngine room. make profits the Index of facto. Thelma Hodges, contest chair. applause and cheers and tern is growing in the returning to Washing
In another Incident, the ry performance. man, at MI 3.4647County. screeching sirens. crowd parked the streets t midweek respite be
freighter Henrlette ran aground Sergei Afanasyev, chairman Johnson said he believed the block, but police officials he, too, heads south and) to
in rough weather on the Ches. of the republic' economic machinists want their leader. not estimate Its slit Thursday In Arktn

1 apeake Bay Sunday night while council, gave'' an Important Trials ship, government and country"to The Arizona ,,senator,
,, .. heading for dry docket: Hot boost to the pressure for sweep. extend their hands but keep lute President J ,"ullon'l who?has parried
toI a folk, Va. f Ing reforms In the economic their guard up." Ing ol the crisis In Viet of the Democratic

The captain of the vessel said system In an article In the Start Today "I believe, and t think you be. Goldwater told an so far, planned to
the chip was not damaged and Communist party organ, Continued crowd at Wlnston-Salem President Johnson an op.
( OB 2)
none of the crew of 40 was hurt. Pravda. End page working "for report. He has found

Pravda has been publicizing ThursdayCounty (Continued OB page (Continued on page S)
proposals to give factory bossesa
court: Jury trials be.
chance to pursue profits by County OfficialsAt
ran today, and will continue tomorrow
abolishing of
the
many detailed
P, Estimate ClaimsOf plan targets they are obliged tofulfill. and Thursday. State Meeting - - - -
w In t trial scheduled for all Youth Drives 105 MPH
morning tomorrow, Milton Thorn. It's conference week for thi ,

aDON $17.5 Million LONDON (AP) The Sun, as and Wayne Smith will be tried County Commission andthe Agrl. I
billing itself as Britain's first for s charge of possessing s gun culture Department with meet.

Caused By DoraNEW popular new dally In 34 years, and light at night Jn the afternoon, Ings scheduled in Clearwater Grounded For 6 MonthsA
hit the newsstands today with Allen Cooler will be tried on a Gainesville.
3.5 million copies aimed at thenation' charge of driving while Intoxl. Commissioners were attending
YORK (AP)-tosursnci cated. a conference of the State Assn.
LANDER companies estimate they will affluent postwar gen. On Thursday, William Sutton, elation In Clearwater. County 16.year.old driver, trying to drive safely, revoked his license
e rat Ion. fur six months. The boy's father
County Agriculture: Agent pay $n.5 million in claims fot Owned the Interns charged with DWI, will be triedIn Engineer Harmon Turner, Road get home to beat a midnight cur.
by giant told the Judge ht had taken away
few traveled 109 miles an hour
property damage caused by hur the morning. In the afternoon Superintendent Arthur McCon. ,
watermelons 75 ,
at
"Picking: '
tlonal
Publishing Corporation, the north his 101\ license after the Sept.
milts
I with hours from ricant Dora, which last week the case of Ralph Anthony, charged nell and Administrative Assls. for several up
a day working which puts out the S-mllllon. James emlier 4 speeding Incident.
smashed northern Florida, anc with selling beer to a minor, tank Rhys Beatty were also at Tamlaml Trail, Trooper
can to can't. We could see circulation Dally Mirror, the Peacock said Monday In JuvenileCourt "You or nobody else can con.
southern Georgia, the National will come before the Jury.Today' the conference.
In the new morning paper has a trol that fast "Judge
rain too inaga. a car going ,
Board of Fire
Underwriters an schedule called for There was no meeting of (the
tine with
style makeup half I Stanley told the youth. Tile Judgeshowed
fast
"I ran my car as as
nounced Monday. two morning trials and In Commission the
one today, regular
page pictures and features him picture. of fatal cot.
This does not Include auto tt.i afternoon Kenneth Nipper third meeting of the month Is could trying to catch up withhlm'Peacock
mingled with news for 24 pages Richard llilons Involving drivers who
jtr,4 mobile losses or damage tc was to be tried on a worthless scheduled for Se4ember| 22. told Judge
hi The Sun Is printed on the were going not nearly as fast ssht
did
M. Stanley Tile trooper flag
small crafts and
yachts check charge and Kermit Paul County Agriculture Agent Don
presses of the Dally Herald, driver after the was
Insured property damage Graham faced a charge of falU Lander and assistants Joe White down the youthful
vole of Britain's laborltes for off the Trail onto The Judge told tile boy It It
turned a
boy
from hurricane Cleo which twc ure to yield right of way. JohnL. sell and Charles Anderson art
52 years The corporation killed desirable to arrive home
where he more
street only
weeks ago hit the southeasterncoast Kenning was to be tried this attending s meeting of the County residential ,
It off Monday after vainly trying miles hour In (ale than not to arrive at all."There's .
to 80 an a
got up
of Florida
has
while
been estl. to afternoon for driving Intox. Agent's Association In Gaines.
pull It out of the red. no way to tell If and
mated to be ts high Icated minor in vtlle a conference 25 tone
as $6t being t pO'H"lion sponsored by "
tire la to blow out
when
a going ,
whetherthe
The Judge questioning
million. and the ,
of alcohol, resisting ar. University of Florida. Theyare
MANILA AP) Typhoon said.ARCHITECT'S .
( to ht
mature
The National Board youth was enough
of Fire TUda headed across the South rest. exported bark Saturday.

Underwriter. established super China Sea toward Hong Kong
vlsory storm offices
In
Miami
and Fort Lauderdale today after lashing sparsely
populated Islands In the north.
National board advisory ern Philippines with winds of 98 Sir
groups which were sent to Flor.
Ida to expedite the miles per hour. rS'' iJb .. +I
handling of
Formosa, north of the Bashl
claim., are operating In the
Channel, suffered no 111 effects
northern part of the
In Georgia state and from the typhoon.


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MRS.County Secondary VALERA SupervisorOf Education"I BARKER Budget Hearing, Zoning f f

earned my first dollar wF

handing out campaign literature -

for J. Hardln Peterson, Code Top Council Items

candidate for Senator It must rn
have been In 1928 or 1932." -

Naples City Council will hold coming up for second readtng.One
. .. of these ordinances authorizer
," wr' the public hearing on the pro.
posed 1M4-63 city budget at 10 the purchase of a 90 by ISO-foot
.f a.m. Wednesday. tract west of the bus station for

The budget will be financed off-street parking. Purchase will

by t nlne-mlll tax levy, same ss be financed by off-street parking

last year, although the 194443 funds.
budget will be about 'e4OOOhtrb. The other two ordinances au.
thorlze the purchase of a portion
than the current one. Expect.
tr of tile Pines Block, and the bore '
ed Increases in revenues other e.
rowing of $47,500 to pay for it.
than property taxes, plus utU110Inr
This tract is between the old Na.
of the $166,000 cash
X3.000
pits Hotel site and the fishing
will balance the bud.
carryover, pier, and Intended for off-street ,

get.City Manger Vince Wood sub. parking.
Again coming up before Council
milted a $1,050,3M budget to
will be Roy Ingram's request to
Council went
Council In August.
add a second floor to his commer.
.
along with most of Wood's rteom.mentations lr '
clal building la the Fifth Avenue t : -
and slipped in -- ?
business district. The item came
another $30,000 for a street re. before Council August 19, but a +' k7rd a'1r y 1 1t
surfacing program, tor a total decision then was deferred until .
$1,098.000. more study Is made of the down. Ili -: 't i

..,.,.. After the budget public hearing town arts, with regard to pane. _
L'i'-' will come the first reading of Ing problems and proposed con.
the proposed revised toning structlon of additional floors on sketch of the new 5-story, $500,000 date f Is set for early February. The Beach Club
CARLCLEMMERCounty code, a document that requires many buildings. Addition to the Beach Club Hotel which is under Hotel will have 285 rooms and apartments and

Building .,ispector legal-sized paget. Tht read. Council will open bids for a construction just to the north of the present build 945 feet of beach frontage when the newt addition "

"As a 16-year-oid laborer tag of this revised code could tau garbage truck, consider extend ings. It will contain 34 hotel rooms on the tint Is completed. Clarence Bauchspies to the

with my Dad's construction quite a bit of time. ing Royal Harbor's subdivision three floors and two split level pent houses on architect, the First Florida Resource Corp. the
firm. Previous til that I was Earlier In the meeting, which bond, and hoar a request for a the other two floors for the owners Henry B. contractor
begin .t I am., CouncU Used*. fuller Indus.
able to talk hint out of an allowance blasting permit by
Watkins Sr. and Edwin. A. Jones.
/* doled to vote oa three ordinances tries Inc. Completion


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Democratic hopes so bright that
Chief Thinks Red
Argentine he took pains Monday to warn -
Donald D. Steele was
party workers against complac County Court found ;aot
There was no guilty of a of
charge
enc). Day which re. nan.suopnn> ,
He wound up the trip In Kan. sesalon on Labor of about O cas. ;Sentence was withheld In the ass

Threat In Latin America Down sas City Monday night with a es suited to be In heard a docket bY Judge RichardM. against Robert Conger>i, 011

slashing attack on Goldwater yesterday" ses- a similar charge pe"'l1ll"' ,
- - - - - In
tor the allegation as Hum. Stanley payments of $23
much per week
BUENOS ArgentinaAP political instability during
AIRES
prey put It "that President Sixteen disposed David Price paid a $',0
rapidly tine
( ) President Arturo DIU, the past 20 years. case were ""II,.
nearing his first anniversary In "The major purpose of my Kennedy deliberately malnipu* of with dismissals and or. a charge of leaving scene .>>t u
lated the Cuban missile crisis
office believes the threat of government has been to con. ders for bond estreatures when accident and was grained a JUritrial
communism and political Insta. vincI people of the necessity to for partisan gain. defendants failed to appear In on a charge of drlvli"

blllty In Latin America Is d.. work and live together" he "I cannot believe that this 111. court. They are as follows WIN the wrong side Terrancu T"

dining steadily."There added. "This program has been devised charge reflects the con. lIam C. Zimmerman, discnir Guoan paid a $30 fine for speed.
science of conservative. It Is
Is absolutely no doubt achieved In large measure." a ing fire arms in public, $50j; Ing. Samuel R. Carter paid au
that communism has lost muchof In an apparent reference to the ,raving of a desperate of. John T. Drumm no nlU dri- fine, charged with no valid drl.
flea seeker."
Its appeal In this hemis. reports that former dictator 3 ver's license, $'..>, James F.81a verb license.
Johnson's Far West
ph.rl." the president said In an Juan D. Peron might try to built around a meeting trip Wednes.was Cullers speeding, $30; James W. Johnny Jackson and Mis''''uri

Interview.. return to Argentina from exilein day; with Prime; .jster LesterB. Sheffield Improper tag$35;, William Garrison each were wen:
Spain Ills violation of res.trlctlons. options of $23 25 ,,
nila warned that some parts declared E. Dailey or days) >>1, a
of Canada.
Pearson
The two
of Latin America remain "prop. "Be assured that the basic $35; Wilbur J.WoodlU.no drunkenness charge and $.", :
leaders are due to meet at Mal.
Itlous ground" for Insurrection principles on which the future of valid registration$25; Robert 23 days on a disorderly c<>duct
strom Air Force Base
primarily because of the poor Argentina rests cannot be en. near I L. Hayes no valid driver's 11. charge. Roosevelt William loJd
Great Mont. and then y
distribution of wealth. dangered by any man, whoever Falls fly t cense, $50j; James I. Daniels, no a $25 fine on a charge of II I'a.
to B.C.
'We must seek to remove he may be." together Vancouver for ti valid driver's license, $23 lid driver's license
ceremonies in connection with
such threats by working for a Asked If Peron, who ruled the S.-Canada Columbia River Relda D. Decoll, speeding,$25; Chandler Jones is graM! oj I -
better distribution of re. Argentina from 1946 to 1933, Treaty. Jackie J. Corzlne, no valid drl.ver' jury trial on a charge "f no \ ,ha

sources," he said. could, endanger. the stability ot Then Johnson to Shuttle license $25; Melvin R. driver's license. Eugene J. lane

HI la said the decision of all the country the president replied for a speech Welrusi goes night Golden Improper passing, $25; non was sentenced to SrO 'I i "c I

American republics except : "That Is for him to say and to Portland Ore. and? Sac., Louis J. Guerrlero, failure to days on a charge of rest MI are

Mexico to break diplomatic My opinion is that he couU raminto Cihf. for speeches Meld right of way, $35; Earl E. rest without violence $10:; m .V(>

relations with Cuba was a token not." TnrsJiyGoldwater.. Bales failure to yield right of days on an assault and i bit!, I

of the Increasing unity In the Dlla declined to say whether way $35; Lester Wl taker, failure charge and a charge of agv\ \ ,II at.
hemisphere.The Peron would be allowed to to yield right of way $33; ed assault will be heard ir it'' "litlnuanc.

president said unity also return. fL- Virgil McDowell, Improper ..
has Increased among the Argen. Ella, 63, reportedly expert. change of lane, $35; and Gerald Zack Wright was giver at: ..i.
tine people, who have seen enrod several heart attacks . Lee Simmons speeding, $30. tlon of $50 or 50 dij s on a < I ce

>' prior to his Inauguration- lad (Continued from page 1)) Following cases were contln of falling to surrender recisti
Oct. 12. lie seems to have suf. and driver's llvensc c.1't tsei
disenfranchised Democrats." NEA Telephotoi ued: Ronald E. Payne no tag:; tlon u \I esn
fered little from the burdens of tern'ed to 90 In s ot a ,
David R. Packard, speeding; II'P:
his In attacking Johnson's handling SALTY WELCOME: Hundreds of people, some in Polish native costume greeted Barry
office of the Viet Nam situation Goldwater at the Polish National Museum in Chicago The GOP presidential candidateis James W Lowe, failure to )yield of driving while license vas re
Failure Of "My health Is as good now as Goldwater accused the administration right of way and no valid dilver's yoked Edwin V. Dusceini paid 1 '
seen eating bread and salt a traditional symbol of Polish hospitality.
It was when I arrived" said of failure, mistakes and license; C. N. Spivey, driving $30 fine on a charge of speed!.,
Ella, who puffed an occasional "unbelleveably bad judgment." while license was revoked; GlennB. James R. McLees was sen.

cigarette He said the Democrats haven't Shutts, no valid registration; tenced to 90 days in jail ci a i
Although Argentine officials told the people what the United Curtis F. Hall failure to sur. charge of drIving while Intoxicated .
Coup May have frequently criticized the States Is doing in the Southeast Expect 810,000In render registration and driver's and his license ordered re.
Fate UnsettledIn
Alliance for Progress the presl. Asian nation or "what we hope Mindszenty license; and Cothran L. Duncan yoked for a maximum period He

dent made no such complaint in eventually to accomplishthere. WashingtonState trespassing. was also sentenced to 30da s i :

dlicustlng his hopes for eco. ." Cases of Henry Biosseauand driving while license was revok.

HelpRuskWASHINGTON nomlc development of Argent: The Republican nominee for Thomas Muller each chargedwith ed.

na. the White House hurled this Vatican-Hungarian PactVATICAN PrimarySEATTLE petit larceny were passedfor Lorene Pringle on worthless
A five-year plan embracing challenge at President Johnson: next term of court. check charges was sentenced to

(AP) Sec. all aspects of the economy is"Set this record stralght.Tell us Wash. (AP) A Guy E. McRae charged with $23 or 23 days on one ci irgo:
retary of State Dean Rusk nearlug. completion and will\ be what is happening or whetherwe CITY (AP) The The fate of the year-old record turnout of 810,000 voters no valid driver's license paid a $50 or 50 days un a second; sad
believes' the Wilted States Is subrnl *:1 to Alliance head.qiM.ters even know what is happen. Vatican and Communist Hun cardinal has figured In negotla.tlons was predicted in Washington fine of $50. Zygmunt Zalenskl $100 of 00 days on third chal I "

making some Headway In per. next month. It envl Ing." gary signed an al cord today between the Church and State's primary election today, was sentenced $50 or 50 dayson A 5-day sentence was suspei, t I.
suadlng the divided leaders of sages economic aid of $400 Launching a four-day eight giving the Vatican at least par. the Communist regime and alsoIn chiefly because of a contest for a charge of allowing unau.

South Viet Nam to declare a million a year. A large share state swing through the old tial administrative authorityover talks between Washingtonand the Republican nomination for thorlzed person to drive and$50or
their disputesand will come from the alliance, but the Church In that countryfor Budapest. 50 of 1m.
moratorium on Confederacy, the Arizona senator governor.The days on a charge
seek unity for the war Ella hopes many other nations said "this administrationseems the first time in 15 years. The trial of the cardinal In race between Daniel J. proper driver's license

against Communist guerrillas.In will support the plan. struck deaf dumb and R paved the way also for the 1949 was a sensational one lie Evans and Richard G. Christen. Stephen E. Hrlndlch III, was

the aftermath of Sunday's "We have fallen behind in blind by the mounting crisis In eventual transfer of Joseph made a confession, but during sen was considered so close that given a suspended sentence of Khanh Firm

uprising In Saigon Rusk told a economic development becausewe South Viet Nam. Cardinal Mindszenty to Rome. his few days of freedom In 1956 the outcome may not be known $3 5 or 35 days on a charge of

news conference Monday that lacked In stability and con. "Every morning" Goldwater Within minutes alter the an. he told an Interviewer he had until an estimated 40,000 abe violating driving restrictions.

the U.S. government hopes the ti utity," the president aH. said In a prepared speech, "It nouncement the Vatican Press been tortured before the trial. sentee ballots are counted. Bruce D. Quayle paid a $23 fine

abortive" rebellion against Pre. "Now we are doing our best to seems we awaken to some new Office said Pope Paul VI had A fiercely proud man, the car. Evans, 38, Is a state repre.sentatlve for speeding and $23 for viola. In ControlOf
mler Nguyen Khanh will have a make uj f>r lost time." hint of disaster, to a new mis named five new bishops and dlnal has shown no Intentionof and Republican House tlon of driving restrictions. Lon.

stabilizing effect upon South take, a new policy or even a confirmed one selection by obtaining freedom at the ex. floor leader. Christensen, 34, a nie Small was given an option of
Viet Nam. new government Pope John XXIII but never ap. pease of either his dignity, or former Lutheran minister, $50 or 30 days on a charge of reck.

Rusk reportedly believes that "Tragically we also awaken proved by Hungary. that of the Roman Catholic entered politics two years ago less driving wilful and wanton.

the danger of open fighting 2 In each day to the probability of Vatican officials said the Urn. Church. and came within 4 .OOO votes of John F. Wadkins paid a'r0fine Saigon
between anti-Communist ele. Charge new American casualties" he Ing indicated the appointmentof A communique In the Vatl.can's beating one of Washington's on a charge of no valid driver's

ments on Sunday will now have said the new bishops was part of L'Osservatore Romano an. veteran Democratic senators, license. C.N. Spivey was sen.

a unifying effect In the South GoMwater who has said the the accord, and that Budapesthad nounred the accord. The state Warren Magnuson.The tenced $250 or 123 days plus SAIGON South Viet N.: ,

Vietnamese capital. South Is essential to Republican approved their nomination. ment said envoys of the Vatl. winner of till Republican 60 days, on a charge of driving! (AP) Premier Nguyen khx'

J H'!'Jt, was Important and grail Philadelphia'Started hopes this year will hunt votesIn The Vatican has had no administrative can and Hungary had discussedthe nomination will run against the while intoxicated. John L. Haiel and the generals who rein air,1

fytng"! he said, "that theserjycsnt North Carolina, South Caroll. Church direction over the entire question of Church. incumbent Democratic gover. was given an option of $50 or CO loyal to him appeared in Or ,

t Incldentl.dld not lead ,to' na, Georgia' Florldtti' Tennessee .' la Hungary "Inc" the'State relations. nor, Albert D. Roselllni, 54, days on a charge of no valid dri control of Saigon today all>
ntied conflict "And to violence conviction of Cardinal Mlinls It added, that both sides is unforeseenupset ver's license
Alabama, Louisiana and unless there an failure of the weekend i
among elements of the armed RiotPHILADELPHIA Texas before the week Is out. zenty on charges of treason 15 agreed to a binding document In the Democratic pri. attempt.

forces and we hope that these years ago. spelling out results achieved mary election. Roselllni Is Khanh's political future 4.
But the status ot the cardinal thus far IRS !Moves\ In On
Incidents will have a stabilizing seeking his third term. peared to depend, liowovi i
effect and people, having now (AP)-Phil. was left unsettled In the new ar. The communique said Other jobs at stake Include Nil SweepstakesPORTSMOUTH his acceding! to demands I

seen this prospect of violence adelphla police arrested two Ne. Johnson cord, and Vatican sources "Toward this aim there has one UJS. Senate seat, seven leading .generals, includl

whfch was avoided, will now gro men and sought a woman on e stressed that he remained in been signed on Sept. 15, 1964, seals In the U.s. House, all nine N.H. (AP) some leaders of the brief, \11 I.
recognize the Importance of charges of Inciting the rioting (Continued from page 1)) refuge in the U.S. Legation in at the Ministry of Foreign Af. state elective offices 25 of the The Internal Revenue Service I less rebellion

getting on .with the thorough and looting that burst on north hove," he said "in a test-ban Budapest. lairs In Budapest an act with 49 seats In the state Senate, all Intruded Monday on the jubila. The official Viet Nan I'
consultation and movement Philadelphia's Negro area just He took refuge there during an attached protocol. Such docu. four tlon of the winners of ,
treaty that will save us from 99 seats In the state House 1,992 $1.4 agency disclosed that 10 oJ: H." '
toward a stable and more per. over two weeks ago contaminating the milk of our tie abortive Hungarian revoltof ments contain some practical Supreme Court positions and all million In Saturday's running of military leaders sent KhlId I, j

roanent constitutional system. Arrested Monday night were children. I believe and I think 1956. agreements assurances o r 76 Superior Court judgeships. the New Hampshire sweep. ultimatum two days) bei>>n
As to what the United StatesIs Abbysslnla Hayes, 34, who Is you believe In the policy of good The partial accord was regarded pledges on a part of the questions U.S. Sen. Henry Jackson Is stakes. Sunday's uprising The
now ,idolng about the situation known as Shaykh Muhammad neighbor that will help those as a major step forward dealt with and, at the expected to win renomination District director Charles W. mended that the premier put ,

Rusk aid that the differences and Raymond Hall, :a, also who want freedom to help them. In relations between the churchof same time, explain the pointsof easily In his race against two Emlet said winners are liable all "corrupt elements from i ILa[

among the leaders "are of known as Yussuf Abdullah. selves Hungary, and could effect relations view, the requests and the Democratic opponents. for taxes armed forces and civil adn lIIII'i i .
Police described them as mem. I think be. between the Church another d 1 I reservations manifested by both montl "
secondary Importance com 'I believe, and you tratlun" In the next two
pared with the overriding neces. bars of an extreme Negro' lleve that one of the proudest Communist countries as 1 sides on Individual points," a The group also called i i,"i
well as between Washington and I I
separatist movement They Vatican announcement said
slty of saving the country, moments of our history was severe punishment of proftec
establishing Its, ,security, main were charged with conspiracyto when we wrote a Social Security Budapest "The two sides have de "who have exploited the peopK
riot, inciting to riot, and books of dared themselves disposed to NOON i STOCKS
talnlng Its Independence bill on the law our na. I and strangled the national'
He made It I clear that VJS. rioting. tlon." ment, which also paid for his continue also in the future the economy" rather than the i u5 J

diplomats In Saigon have been Also sought, on similar Johnson apparently was at. hurricane inspection tour of exchange of views with the aim government policy of set (II ,

,taking this line with all the charges, was a woman Identl. tempting, without exactly say. Jacksonville, Fla., and Brunswick of possibly reaching wider NEW YORK (AP-) Stlll'k. "t noon such persons abroad. The :fn.

Vietnamese leaders, urging fled as Florence Mobley. Ing so, to contrast his views In Ga., last Friday agreements." erals Insisted that Khanh 'I' ,rk
them to work for political stablU All three are Philadelphians these fields with those of Gold. Since his nomination last The accord was only partial Allis ChaI 223/. Fla PilL 7814 Penney 597/. down on persons in the govt n'

Uy. Deputy Police Commissioner water. lie never mentioned the month by the Democratic National but It was a major step forward Alcoa 68 Ford 51"1. Pa RR 381/a ment with Communist or neutralist
"And therefore we would Richard Edwards said there Republican nominee by name. Convention, Johnson has In relations between the Roman Am Air 421/a Frept SuI 41'4' PepCola 5734 leanings.

hope," he continued "that these were no indications, at present He went on to say that "we placed a political label on only Catholic Church and Hungary. Am Can 443/4 Frueh Tr 33"1. Phil Mor 82 Among the signers was Ma

lesser differences would be put that the alleged riot instigators must always be prepared to de. one of his speeches at a It could effect relations betweenthe Am Cyan 581/ Gen Dyn 55 Phil Pet 541/4 Con Duong Van Due, who tank,<

on Ice that a moratorium wouldbe were representing any larger fend ourselves from any attack" Democratic fund-raising dinnerin Church and other Comma Am Mot 16'14 Gen EI 88 RCA 321/4 over the coup attempt In It1
organization or that they had Pa. last Thurs. nist lands, and between Wash. AT&T 681/1 Gen Fds 921/4 Rep 511 50 .
declared on them, until the and also to reason out our prob. Harrisburg, latter Mage and then i m.:J1-
main job of building a secure anything to do with recent lems with any area of the world. day. Ington and Budapest. Am rob 304/ Gen Mills U Revlon 361/4 peace with generals who remained
and Independent country has rioting In such other northern Johnson's address to the ma. The President was to tour It meant that for the first Ampx Cp 16'/a Gen Mtn 99"1. Rey Tob 4531. loyal to Khanh

been accomplished. cities as New York, Brooklyn chlnlsts featured a plea for na. Cape Kennedy for 90 minutes time In 15 years-since the con. Anaconda 537Goodrich 58 StRer P 31lh There appeared to be only! a

"We have tried to make that Rochester N.Y., and pat.rson. tlonal unity In the face of a po. this afternoon before returning victlon of Cardinal Mindszentyfor Armour 48'/a Cioodyr 45'1. Seaboard 53'14 hairline distinction in the think.

clear. And I think that we have NJ. tentlally divisive campaign. to the White House. treason In a sensational trial ACL 78"1. Cr.yhnd 23 Sears 1Z2'1a ing of the loyal and rebel groups

made some headway on that Hayes founder of the National "Unity la our challenge. The Johnson leaves Washington -the Vatican could resume ad. Babcock 343/4 Gulf Oil 573(. Sinclair 48 who wound up uniting in supportof

point. Muslim Improvement Aisocla. prosperity of the many must not early Wednesday on a two-day mlnlstratlve direction over the Beth Stl 40'llon'well 1191/4 Socony 81 14 Khanh.
tlon of America and Hall anoth.er be sacrificed to the partisanshipof Western trip. Church In Hungary Boeing 82'14 lot Harv 83 Soutn C 62% The main bond of the rebel
of Its leaders were arrested The accord obviously Borden 771h lot Nick 81% Sperry R 14'1.
the few The progress of all His first stop will be Mal. was a generals was that they had been
MYSTIC.l7'f outside their headquarters toward the eventual Brunswk 81/a lot 34 St 0 NJ 86'/
It Is step trans. Pap
the people must not be vie. strom Air Force Base near shifted or expected to be In the
only a block from the scene of fer of Cardinal Mindszenty to Cater Tr 353Jones&L 8834 Studebak 81h
TEA IIOUSE tlmlzed by the prejudices of any Great Falls Mont, where he shakeup Khanh ordered under
1J an arrest on Aug. 28 that Rome but Vatican Celanese 683/4 Kais Al 321% Swift 52
police of the people." will meet Prime Minister Lester sources em. pressure from Buddhists the
Tea and crumpets daily say touched off two days of Johnson said Americans "can B. Pearson of Caniria. phaslzed that for the present he Chrysler 663/4 Ken'cott 89'/a Texaco 80"1. chief religious faction In South
rioting and looting live live The two will fly to Vancouver remained In refuge in the U.S. CocaCola 133 lAg &I My 84 Thiokol 14'% Viet Nam.
as we now prosper
PSYCHIC COUNCILING Edwards said the Instigators British Columbia for ceremonies Legation In Budapest. Com Ed 545/s Loch'd 38'/4 U Carbld 1243/4
and unafraidso
ous progressive Khanh avoid.
Wy.2-2724 I created "mass excitement and live in connection with the U.S.. Can Edls 92% Lorillard W/a Unit Alrc 58% appeared to be
long as we together Ing public announcements that
hysteria Inducing people to do Cont Can 501/a MIC'VOX 29th Un Fruit 22'/1
united forwardJooklng and un. Canada Columbia River treaty. did not have approval of the
IMMEDIATE DIUVWY1 this terrible thing" for exam divided. Then Johnson goes to Seattle, Senate Vote On Dow ChI 72 MM"M 5S7/a US Steel 82 leading generals Several of

pie, by the "spreading of false Newsmen had been given an Wash., where he will speak DuPont 274 Mohasco 14 Unlv Mat 14'1e them, Including Duc sat with
CIICTBIICKS.REltDYfilr1J4' hoods, that a woman was dead, advance text in which Johnson Wednesday night at a meeting ReapportionmentCompromise E.Kod 1294 Mons'to 8\S\% WestgEl 38 the premier Monday, when he
or that a woman was beaten by discussed the Cuba question an sponsored by the Seattle Cham. Firestone 42% Mont Wd 371,1 WIM Dlx 37Fla \/. told a news conference his

the police" . that sort of Important one In a communitywith bar of Commerce and three Seen PW 50 Nat Dalr 80 Wcolwth 271h overnment'. chief goal was to

thing a large population of Cuban Seattle universities. destroy communism colonial.
Asked whether only three exiles. White House press The President will speak In WASHINGTON \P) The ism and neutralism while build.

persons could have Incited riotson aides said later the distributionof Portland, Ore., Thursday morn. Senate votes today on a,leglsla Ing through democracy.A .
the scale seen In Phlladel. Ing at a breakfast meeting tire reapportionment oml'n':' >'
this portion of the text had splinter group of students
wrmABHOiif phla Edwards said, "If the been premature. They asked sponsored jointly by the North miss proposal distributed handbills today
climate la right, yes" that it be eliminated. west Public Power Association Its acc.pt..n'e would m .e calling for an antLAmertcan
the $3.3-bllllon 'areijn aid,I Dill ,
What was left after the ellm. and the Northwest Electric ... demonstration.
step closer to
and
CALL TilE NEWS FOR inatlon was rather pallid docu. Light & Power Association passage Movement of troops and
up the timetable for ad
] >ur
RUBBER STAMPSYOU'RE ment In which Johnson hailed From Portland, Johnson will armored vehicles around Saigon
> current called fly to Sacramento Calif. He will ment of Congress. of
: prosperity on continued to spark rumors
A battle over a proposal t b
Americans to stand shoulder to discuss federal-state problemswith Senate i still another coup but they
shoulder and asserted 'I love Gov Edmund 0. Brown Republican Leaden appeared unfounded.
[ I Everett M. Dlrkson C
to
and make an address from the force a
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W'
IN peace delay: of a ear or mOl i .i-: .
steps of the California state
Johnson billed Ms Miami :i-
Supreme Cow: '
GOOD capitol.He d"! ni reai'

IIANDS I business Beach appearance Thus the cost as official of the plans to return to Wash. port houiwi I Ulmenl of of seats in both .
state
WIT Ington late Thursday. legislatures on a r
trip was borne> by the govern.
\
population basis
HEW hoc tied up Entering Its second decade the 1965 ThunderbIrd continues

3k Ie.lIm.1..eda.l tl.w Mel the foreign aid bill for several) Its titling and engineering leadership with such
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.al rowBonita Seeking To Work Post Office Plans To Be .


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Members of the ot the group "AT( VTICAN CITY (AP) ;
American Le. project
Given Impetus b\ Pope
strong For Christmas
tfon Post 303 Auxiliary held their of John Murphy Doll", will be ready for the \. Paul \1. the 2,500 Roman Catho. Open Longer

semi-monthly meeting tic bishops of the Vatican. Ecu.
meeting this week In the Legion The president urged all menial. Council start work Christmas mall and packageswill dispatch. The program was com.
home. Mrs Halite Miller and bers to attend the next t"iljon a schema to definesiuiing reach their destinations pleted around Sept. 1.
Mrs. Kay Arnold two guests, as an amendment to the : of some Papal powers aster this holiday season if all The 130 additional "sectional
were Introduced. voted She
will be upon. with the bishops goes well with Post Office De. center" offices in Phase d In.
Ethel Crltean, auxiliary pre. pointed Mrs. Virginia The pontiff at the ceremonial partment plans dude those with annual receiptsof
rtdent. reported 31 paid upmem. temporary sergeant at arms opening, of the count It's third Longer port office window |1 to $5 million. In addition,
bershlps, Including six new ones. Dot Shafer as her assistant. session Monday virtually com. hours, expanded delivery ser. many other sectional center of.
Gustlne Hunter,committee chair. Members voted to mol IId d the prelates to clarify vices and large-acale extension of floss will be operating under
man, announced that the first(all the Invitation received from t 1he doctrine of the papa<'\ the Zip-coded parcel post speedup the program In time to speed
-G. Hodges parade marshal win, h will 1 place In Its splendid are planned for the upcoming delivery of Christmas gifts bear.
the Swamp Buggy parade to (Ulit: the role and mandate. of Christmas, Naples Postmaster' tog ZIP Codes.
30 Boards cipate in the annJU.*parade the episcopate" Kenneth Rogers has been ad. Gronouskl Informed Post
Play
Naples Swamp Buggy The schema, 01 topic, before' vised bj Postmaster General master Rogers that the Christ
The president also the council at Its working ses. John A CronoutJtl, mas I>I.annr.nationwide In scope
Duplicate BridgeAt the members that Joy Shop Non loch\ was titled "De Er. Gronouskl haa outlined three and will bring postmasters Into
be to the :
should brought clesta' on the nature of the major new steps being taken to more responsible positions In
ver 14 meeting. She also church provide the best Christmas mall postal management as"real part.
attention to the Beach
Friday Meet It has been tonslderabl\ service the postal service has ners In providing better mall
slated for today at the
hanged rl'ollthe xeiston. tint ever had." Rogers said the steps service at all levels"Princess
Naples Duplicate Bridge play- Alexander grounds on the council debated through Its are

ers were undampened Hur- Boulevard. first tout ilupters; at Its second ((1)) Expanded post office
ricane Dora Friday night with session last fall.' window hours from Dec through
the result that 30 boards, Mit- The council now must t discuss Dec. 26 ss deemed necessary by Farms
chell movement were put In From the filth and sixth chatters. Ital.o local postmasters
play. Through the efforts of Honeymoon will\ decide whether. to (2) A slx-daj' week from Granted Charter
accept 01 reject amendments Dec. 7.31 for parcel l post de.
Vic Pennywltt, the play finish- To Be AuctionedBy Records offered for the first four lup. liveries, Instead of the present TALLAHASSEE, Secretary of
ed time.Couples
on State Tom Adams today ....
'
lets. Chapter| flI'el. onesclutol.og l. flve>da) schedule
with more than the Completion NovemberI nounced the chartering of the
the theology of death, (3) >
500 per cent average were Kiwanians"We Qua>le vs VM1. judgment, heaven and hid I I of Phase Three of lIP Code following Collier County Cor.
North-Soutn, first, Mrs. H. QualfI l dl. and chapter six on the plate of parcel handling at approximate! poratlont
Weed, Mrs. C. Waite, 14Q will auction off a the Virgin Mm In the Chinch.: 130 more"S"I'IIOII:11: c.nl.r"OlIt Princess FarmsP.O. Box 101,
points j secondMrs.Joyce Ten- moon trip, a postage stamp Peterson vs Da. The first four chas4ers are offices i strategically located Immokalee, authorized stock; SO
ney Mrs. L.McBurney.1261/2 everything In between," I< , divorce. concerned chleflt with those null mussing 'points) which willspeed shores of no par value, lied
points; third, Dr. and Mrs.J.F Auction Chairman Joe ola et ux vs Roy who make up the Church up deliver) of parcels September 8, dealing in: develop.
told club members meeting with ZIP Code markings 1> 24 tag land for general (arming pur.
Franklin, 122 points;fourth Mr. and State of Flor. hierarchy and lot men.:, J
and Mrs E.V. 121 Baronl's last night. nt of Public Wei. Sources familial' with the hours or more poses Incorporate, StephenSenfl.ld
Pennywltt, Belyea was reporting on for Dt>clara. schema saIt I puts lolleglillb\ In Phase I and 11 of the new Miami Beach, Victor
points! fifth, Mrs. Edith Armstrong for the annual auction held by adoption the attiring In all bishops ZIP Cope( sstem, III'Pro'lll1at80ly Washington Immokilee, Frank
Mrs. Thelma Bonlnl I Klwanls Club during Swamp Krape vs Glen with the Pope In governing: the 73: offices with annual re Crews, Immokalee, filed by Stan
111 points. gy Days. # ( divorce entire thurch Into piedsetermlnolog celpts of $3 million or more ley Epstein, One Lincoln Road
East-West first Mr. and He said the "honeymoon" ) Lowe vs Junes A. \. activated faster ZIP sorting and Building, Miami.
Mrs. J. Walker 133 points) be the first for a couple "De Ecclesla" goes Into .
second Mr. and Mrs. H.S. second or even the 40th. It baugh vs Para Lee colleglallty as a broad! principle .
Leader 1241/2 points; third Include a room at a motel, divorce. almost a doililnil basis, for Y' ep. t + JI '
and Dan fast, lunch, ( 1 Klssee '
Mr. Mrs. Burglund vs Aver) fuither action In implementing
119 points; fourthGene Moore kets to the Coronation Ball new powers of the bishops. The va
Jr., Earl Ogden 118 points; the Swamp Buggy Races 1869.'70 Vatican Council had
fifth Mr. and Mrs. L. Irlon to the Caribbean Gardens, a DOCKET planned to make definitions on
,
to tour the area, even a $5 u ,
and
Robert M.
Morgan both papal prlmarv eplseopal -
117 1/2 points sixth Mr. and
call grandchildren If
phone R. Grady Barrs )power as corollary tht>ml'l.:
Mrs. J. Summers 115 points. party Is celebrating the Allemus and Barrs It ended, because the It.llannatlonall.t. Iui s /
Anyone is welcome and the honeymoon Belyea said. ,'; resslMs't
Co., unpaid seized the last pap.ilstates 4
next play will be at'l:300'clockFriday The "honeymoon" will ,
In Italy before the episcopal '4
night September 18 at auctioned off to the highest document was discussed
the Woman's Club Those desiring der at the auction scheduled The collegial comept; Is basedon !
to play must be present follow the Swamp Buggy the Idea that Christ founded ,
before 1:30 o'clock, a spokesman on Saturday October 31. It the Church on 81. Peter with the
be held In Gambler Park. AP) The' not t on St. Peter n't
for the group pointed out ( other apostles,
Area residents with oa ; Co.
alone
today. sitting around In the way" new series Into its The Issue brought a healed ,
assist the club In the money t'a night At )least, argument last November bet
Girl Scouts sing activity for community new. In spite of ween Joseph Cardinal Fringe of
vice by calling MI .
and a couple of Germany, a leading "progies.slve
2-6159, or MI 2.4159, seemed very and Alfredo Cardinal
Give Talks At announced A pick up will be Ottavlanl, the leader of the ta. ti X
ranged.In was the science conservatives and the head of
other Klwanls business effort the Holy Office In the Roman
Exchange ClubThe Chamberlain- Club to the Bottom of Curia 14
announced boys In the Key the motion pic. i
Senior Girl Scouts of N a. will assist this all as minor It was adapted
pies Troop 241, addressed f x.changites flclals In the Pop Warner drama was so N. Naples Civic
during their meeting at ball games played In elements on
Hear
the Beach Club last night. Karen John lamurrl announced to it was pretty Group To

HulUen narrator and Pat Geary club that last year's 95 pound the plot If any. Judge StanleyThe ll
projectionist presented the pro. Warner team was rated a super-powerful Ve'
gram 'Girls Make the Differ the nation judged by the and Its regular meeting of the r
ence! Pat's slides were accom. officials on game ability and a secret mission North Naples Civic Associationwill
panted by Karen's pertinent nar. lactic averages. to balance with be held it 8 o'clock tonight -
ration. The feminine division of Nine members of the a couple of it the firehouse, accord- : 1 V
Scouting began In Savannah Ga, Coral I Klwanls Club were In that were going to to Mrs. Doris U Nickel
In 1912, where the Idea was born tendance, for an Inter.club world. Ing
that girls as well as boys could Ing. also the evil "pow. association secretiry.County .
enjoy the benefits of Scouting,she The program consisted force" that Judge Richard Stanley -
told the group. film produced by the Solana to occur, who also serves as county
A Girl Scout learn that her dlos of a fishing trip In the by shadowy bald juvenile judge will I be the guest
service begins) home; "Hornetsthe bean. with Oriental fea. speaker Mrs. Nickel announ
heart ot life,and women make hostile force-unl. ced. His subject will be "Juvenile > w
the home," said Karen.The girl's kept bombing the problems In our area." > l ; a

horizon starts to widen at school ChurchAt shaking up the All members of the association '
Baptist
PROUD MOM-Monaco I Princess Crmej; right, the former
for Scouting has already taught seem to hurt
and other Interested persons Grace Kelly, ails proudly with her two children. Prince Albert -
her courtesy respect honestyand Marco Holds There was also an
dependability she explained. between divers ,are cordially Invited to at- left, and Princess Caroline at Monte Curio beach. The
Spiritual values are emphasizedIn First ServiceFirst phoniest octo. tend the meeting Mrs. Nickel 36.year.old ITlniess is e"pt'l'tlnher/( third child In February,
Scouting. God gives her some on the small said. Woman beside Princess Orate; was not Identified
thing to live up to Girl Scouts service of the
something to live.International Marco Baptist Church was of all ages may
friendship projects teach the girl Sunday, and sponsors Lutheran Hour
to be a friend to all and a sisterto stated that they were very Immediately fol. INSTANTHOT
every other GlrlScout. Finallyshe encouraged by the Time for Ser. Opens 32nd SeasonOn

learns how to be a good citizen Rev Dale M. Vessell! of Indeed be. Radio SundayThe WATERYou're
and do her duty to her coun Myers ls serving as adapted from a
try.Karen with Jerry Stacy as the became a play 32nd broadcasting season cottons ahead othe
briefly described an average leader. On Sunday Mrs. a movie. of The Lutheran Hour will open demand, becauM a got healer'
day at the local Girl Scout character a trl. Sunday Sept. 20, It has been an. rccovcrt hot water at quickly'
Day Camp located near the Air. sell also played the hillbilly recruit nouced by Rev. George W, Price at ,it'I med Gat hat a fast recovery
port. Flag raising classes In nature Next Sunday morning ., Is played by of the Grace Lutheran Church of rate It hoatt water up
and conservation cooking: will be Sunday School at who bears a re. Naples The opening broadcast to three limot ,falter than other'
and other activities provided.She o'clock with the worship at : Andy Griffith star will be heard over the Naples Moron and at leas con toot?
complimented the Exchange a.m. In a few weeks It movie version. station at 9:30: a.m, Coll ui today 'for detoilt'

Club members on their commun. planned also to have night "Wendy and Me," Broadcast in languages/The
Ity activities and for giving the vices. comedy but a Lutheran Hour ts heard by at 1
Girl Scouts an opportunity to ad. show with Connie least 30 million persons each
dress the members. the wife They wenk In more than 120lands,Rev. Mrs. Robert H. Martin Assls. The main dIet of most owned by Price said.
tant Advisor for the Senior Girl animals consists of rats, playing himself. Dr. Oswald Hoffmann will be.
In attendance. gophers and other small sadly amlllar Lutheran
Scouts was gin his 10th year as 21155 NAPLES
Stevens Is sup. Hour speaker
( kind of convoluted

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skill or author. MeetingsA 1

Ms favorite role trustee's m..Unrotlh. First .
., fingering a Presbyterian Church will be heldat
the action 7i30 tonight at the church. To.
4r of identities morrow evening a chancel Choir
was the "Blng meeting Is scheduled for 7(30.(
which was pleas On Friday the JunlorYouthChoIr
bectuse of the will meet at 4 p.m, Another meet
Ing during the week Is scheduledfor
eas>.mannered

.contented Crosby. spouse the Thursday preschool, September teachers 17 holding,with GREAT DAY COMINGSEPTEMBER

daughters. t session In Kindergarten at 7j30
a show had his wife p.m


: 20 kind>year disturbed of marriage content. fJ/f y.wl. . r-;} @O WOOID( 1f

showed roman. 'In ", ..Ii..i..
Thai's a theme THE COUIU COUNTY NEWS

everything from Our (dxrltMn; fk.nl you test! 24
North.industrUl arts teacher at Donna Reed to the Flint one*.
members to bring small pretty
perfume bottles, and artificial Naples Senior High School.won an
award In the Free
Flight Competl.
flowers no matter what the con.
dillon Mrs. D. McMullen dls. lion In the twelfth annual Hurricane SUMMER PERMANENT SPECIALS
played a banquet cloth and Mrs. Model Airplane Meet over Guaranteed "INGRAM
the the Labor Day weekend at Se.
From
M. Felghtner displayed 110 up
aprons for their table. A call bring,The event"as sponsored lacludiif $M I'.r.aa..i wore fer
the Association of Florida Model
went out for discarded nowercontaln.rs
and candle sticks Airplane Clubs $12.50,
Th... ,.rm.ii Mt leetesesy wale Cllt.eof' CHEVROLET INC.
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FOR 14 VOTES CAN YOU TOP THIS ? ( ) ,

NtUJ 1 w Chinese Reds Declare (

BY RAY CROMLEY

Washington Correspondent
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1964
Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
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11':151111GTUNNE'1'Red< > Chinas Mao Tsetuns 11.1.,
Political
We're Headquarters TodayFlorida
broadened Ills assault on Khrushchev with detailed char el!
-
of graft xiitlun the Soxut Union !
Is political headquarters of 1970 Federal Census this could well One( Mao spokesman, In a recent attack circulated "
GREAT Southeast Asia makes these J
hina and ape" ( 11 i the nation today, with both President change in our favor. I 1 iniinuni
Lyndon Johnson and Senator Barry Gold. With such voting power in the Elec. l'usalwns*> "heading functionaries of and (Soxieti slal"O\\111< <1 *

water flying In for personal appearances toral College Florida looms large in the lutotus abuse their positions amass large( fortm\ < f fIn

The President will address a labor union plans and strategy of any present or fu. using underground the equipment workshops and materials for private of the production factories. SI'I1'11.10 t'< 'v'I< t tuu

meeting In Miami Sen. Goldwater will! ture presidential candidate. In years to th, products illicit, and d.xidmg. ( the spo.ls. ,

speak In Orlando and the Tampa-St.Pet. come, candidates will do even more cam. e "In a lenlngrid) plant producing military' Items i ilenlinL 11>,< j

in the Sunshine State. : funetionanes placed their o\xn men In all key poets t I
ersburg area paigning
Theilliutlx engaged in the production of nonmihtaitods \ :
There Is good reason why both candia Many Floridians are not cognizant of "" and from}the sale of fountain pens alone embe/lt
dates are making appearances in Florida the large electoral vote the state can now i .' million rubles in three years . (One ruble Is worth

-namely, 14 electoral votes! Only eightof bestow on a candidate who wins approval about SI 10 today I .
<>f a furniture factor,* In Kharkov setup
The manager:
!
the 50 States have more electoral votes of a majority of its voters. In the an illegal kl1lu'arol'k hop and carried on seiut'.

than Florida. In 1960, 18 states had not too distant past, Florida's favor wasn't "iterations' !inside the faitorx, The man had several wms )

considered to be overly important but Mural tars stxeral houses, lib.. neckties , a hundn 5

more.As a matter of fact, Florida now has those days are gone forever.
only one less electoral vote than Alaska, So it is obvious why both the Democrat Ya rF \anablx' xxork hand,in.glotC xxith functionaries In the stn,., ; f fdepailnunts

Delaware, Nevada, Vermont and Wyoming and Republican candidates are visit. The hate their 0\\ n men in the I polu<' f:
..mt judicial depaitimnts; who protect them and act as then'
state today. Florida now carries
our
combined. These five states have ing \ n!
'.rY .,'iients llujhrankma officials In the stale organs
"a deal' of the national k
three votes each. great weight" in shield them "

Only California, Illinois, Michigan, political picture. And candidates had better 'The chief of the nrkshius aITili"h'dith a Moscow t ve

not forget it, either. S t t xilmneuroloiKal; dispensary and his pang set up .111 t
York Ohio
New Jersey, New Pennsyl underground! t'nh'rpnsand.. by briberx obtained 51\ knit

vania and Texas have more electorial Floridians can expect some high. -irff t tint machines and a large amount of raw material 1'hl't i

votes than our state and following the grade promising today. entered into business relations with 5.2 factories handicraft.. \ I
(oopciatixesand collcitixe\ farms and made 3 million lublcsin t

a liw xears 1'hl'bnhl'd functionaries of the Dip.nl r

. Wives Don't Have To WorkA f lion tIIl'nl! for Combating theft of Socialist< !Property and Spuuh i t


have to work if she doesn't want to. You o The" manager( of a machincrx plant in the Russian J I

very Important judicial decision- can't charge a wife with non-support in Federation !the deputy manager of a second maclumiv <

made right here in Florida, too has has around plant and other functionaries 43 persons in all stole
this She a right to sit
been overlooked by the country. 1 > 000 looms and sold them to factories In central Asia. Kazakh
practically press. and do nothing all day or go fishing if t< '" tan landi the Caucasus iwhetei leading functionary!
As a matter of fact, we had to be re she wishes." The husband drew a jail used !them for illicit production . "

minded of it by an editorial in the Colum. term for thinking otherwise. b> President Johnson, i II also S .In the KlrjjhlSSK( a gang( of . 40) embezzlers and

bia (S.C.) Record, which had this to say serving as chairman of a special Buffers gained control of two factories\ organized unite:
So let this be a lesson to husbands, commission Investigating ground production and plundered . 30 million rubles

about it and evidence of legal support for the The World Today the assassination of President worth ol state properly This gang: included the chairman of

In some parts of the world, such as argument of the wife who does not By JAMES MARLOWE John F. Kennedy and the death the (Manning Commission of the Republic, a vice tnmistiot
the Communist countries and the tribal of Lee Harvey Oswald, the man commerce seven bureau chiefs, and division chiefs of
choose to work. Ass.eleid Press News Analyst accused of his murder) the Republic Council of Ministers National Economic ('ouneil

areas of Africa, wives are required to That's what The Record had to say The court was denounced for and state Control Commission . "

work. But not in America It's the law about this decision WASHINGTON (AP) The examples in this area civil banning the required reading in "The chairman of a collective farm in Uzbekistan held
A Florida immigrant from the British momentous by Judge Supreme Court, under Increasing rights and reapportionment public schools of the Bible and I the whole village in terror All important posts on this farm
Allbritton, who seems to be municipal atttck for 10 years by those the court acted only after Con. the Lord's Prayer Critics tried were occupied bv his in.laws and other relatives\ and friends
Island of Barbados recently was hailed judge In our neighboring West Coast who charted It was pushing too press and state legislatures had to push through a constitutional lie squandered over 132.000 rubles of the collective farm

Into court for beating his wife. He said but far, returns to work Oct. 5. will long tailed to act In short, It amendment to undo the dccl.slon for his personal needs He had a car, two motorcycles and
He realize it
he struck her because she left her domestic community may not the nine Justices now be more filled a vacuum. So far this has failed three wives, each with a house of her own . "
that decision could someday get him reluctant to tackle eases which For more than half a century This year the court hit anoth.er :Mane spokesman says all this is because Khrushchev has
chores and went fishing. elected President of the United States. might bring more abuse? Congress tailed to pass a single storm when It ordered state returned to capitalism
"In America," ruled Judge Owen All. There have been guesses they civil rights act to give Negroes legislatures redistricted so that
after all, there ARE more women than would. It seems like I betterCUll' the -
the benefits and protections representatives and sena. .
he had enrolled III a 81'110111 I ill
of wife doesn't
britton III Clearwater "a
they will do nothing of the guaranteed all citizens under tors in those legislatures would ;:
men voters { bpiome a |iofpslonil lt>,,MICHCSHIKC < kind, and for several reasons, the Constitution.On more truly represent equal 'tf Miss.P( -
but one In particular.This May 17, I9S4 the court numbers of their population ,
It Doesn't OftenA Sen. Edward M. Kcuur11 . Happen has been the strongest But H I
declared school
public segrega. legislatures, some of do, tOI'l have .piumisel that "I"I"
court In the 20th century and lion and the very principle of them, had failed for half a will be home III De'ml"1( i Ii''

funny thing happened In the business wrapped up and the first business man perhaps has also In been American the most history wildly The aegregationunconstutitional criticism poured on the. apportionment century to provide This this angered equal vltaR time lot |play S.uita Clans" s < '
lEW'OHK API his wife Joan
( Mrs.
world the other day was on the way back to his office. attacked and criticized court In court by white segregationistsfor politicians. And now in Congress John F. Kennedy, who moved to Mrs. Kennedy |MSSP<| th

Two business men transacted a rather They didn't go to lunch to talk it over this century this ruling hasn't coded, yet. an effort is being made to delay New York City t.o get the (rlva.i/ word to COO Of the L1lIIIII.tI i ,

important deal by the simple procedureof didn't round of but. But the justices have been But that decision opened the the Carrying out of this order, C)' she couldn firm In Washing set atoi"'s sii|.IKM tei's MOM I ,
They play a golf to undeterred. They have gone on gales for a march by Negroes to Warren has Indicated he often ton, went boating In the middle, night at a meeting In Cliesliu ,',
one business man calling on the other ton it up. They just met in an office during handing down new decisions and greater freedom and more wished he could answer his of town and caused hardly a to open| Kennedy's < ami' 111'1,
business moving Into new Heidi, which protection of their rights as critics But he adheres to the
man In his office at 10 o'clockin working hours and talked business.An ripple for ie.oei tlon,
got them fresh attacks.On citizens than they had ever had policy of his predecessors that .
the The president's widow, son Kennedy hnitliPi of tile litt
morning. amazing thing any way you that evidence and It's since the Emancipation Proclamation the Supreme Court should not
John Jr. and president suffered hi ok"
daughter Caroline .1 i
,
By 10:25 o'clock the deal all look the only evidence availablethere's engage in public debate
was at It. or
.
took out a row boat on the lakein back June 19 III a i line "''t i is
no sound reason for Earlier this year prominent defend its decisions .
Manhattan's Central Park He Is N '
I 1..tlll\'l'atlll In < ?
thinking the Justices now will Negroes named Warren the
Monday England Bi >tlst hospital' it
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suffer chill other
a even though white man who has done the
courts In the past backed up and most for the American Negro. NEWS FROM Mrs. Kennedy handled< the Boston
oars. John sat In the stern anil TOKYO (AP) The i I"OJ\ .01 I IwedilliiR
played mouse when the going Since that 1954 decision Con.
others sa WASHINGTONASSOCIATED shouted encouragement Caro. of Prime Yoslii ,IU"I IIlanako
get tough. has three civil
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS gress passed
Chief Justice Earl Warren, rights laws.Steadily line spent the cruise bourn ing Tsugaiu, 23, Is olM\<'ull
now 73 and going Into his llth PRESS from bow to midships. schedule'I for Sept 1 30.
the court broadened The Kennedys went The cle ut .
year on the bench, has warned virtually |' ) underlain Iii
against seU.satlsfactlon with protections for individuals of all unnot lied. But Peter Rosen. the Imperial household not liii, I

law in its present form amidst a races in the succeeding years WASHINGTON (AP) The berg, an amateur photographer, the brlI,,'. imrenH of the did,
ast-changing world. and the violence of the attacks Labor Department says that saw the famous family, and set by Emperor!, Illrohito, t",1 I
He has said: "As conditions multiplied as the court moved longshoremen at the port of hastily unllmhered his amera. Yoshl, 28.pear.oid l brother ,id
Into other fields like Galveston, Tex. work too hard It was for Crown .
change so do the problems, the religionand quite a triumph Prime Aklhlto, be im<
rights, and the obligations of the politics but that they like It and don't Rose
people change. U the law Is to Warren was the main target want to change. ., ... ... .. ... .... ... .. . . .
His impeachment has been One of a series of department - - - - -
serve its true purpose, It too
demanded. He has been reports said Mondayt"It
hanged
must change to meet those
changed conditions. in effigy cannot be in the best Chance .Remarks

And he has said: "We can't be Extremists peddled bookletsor interests of the health of the . . .> . . . . . .
displayed signs which said men to carry on hard physical
guided by what people think or A LOCAL YOKEL; [ REPORTS
say except in legal discussions.We things like these: "Nine men labor at such a pace all day,
can't be guided by public against America: Is the Su. much less day after day"
preme Court Communist? Read The report also disclosed that + Thomas
did we'd
appraisal If we be Hayer, associate edi-
the facts . Earl Warren, ex. the men in Galveston resist any
deciding cases by other than tor
American, head of Oswald efforts to add more men or slow of this pillar of truth, is flat
.
legal means.The court has been particular. whitewash committee, is be. the pace of work. of his back in Naples Community Hospital -

traylng the U,S. to the Interna. The reason for the unique and is
ly accused of usurping the likely be there longer -
tlonal anti-Christ in the Krem. situation In Galveston, the
of powers government of the legislative branch tin" department report said, Is a than he thinks. These bach lor fellows -

(Warren under appointment unique pay incentive system in haven't got the stamina they are
But in the' two most notable
_. .- ... : loading cotton.
prone to believe they have.
/ <" "Men who are able to stand
the pace can earn as much as $6 Even though the entire staff

SOCO ORIFICE to $10 per hour," it said, ad. misses "lot Hager, we hop he will

_I toe ON St.NATOR ding: "The gang's speeJ is, stand slack and rest until the medics
presumably, dictated by its
A p.e .O.TeRN: desire to make as much money say he's fit again.Meanwhile .

ACROSS so. P t. R P t. A . as possible in the least amountof back at the
paper
t Treasure 29 !Stupor
0 L. D tN. COO. R I time"
4. Serb Max Weston Sam England Dave
30eep Lyon
measure 31: Outlaw N E. I 11. L. A p. H t R WASHttGTON (AP) Presl. and Victorine

'Well, I guest we can take our vacation this year without 7, Eng trolley 32.I'ra.edlnlo ATE SUM. (G 0 L. F dent award Johnson ceremony told Monday an aviation that their talents Murphy and are combining

Worrying about strangers using our pool." 11. Cupidity: layers L. E. L. A (G E COP A L. although "in times to come our And getting out the
13 Law 36 Petition I paper. doing a grand Job we
-TII. ,Nittoail' (lb....._ 14 Harmed 37 Toward the . BAY TUB T A. machines may perform remark. feel ,
able feats in . . their
13 Willow mouth AGE: D. PIt.I .5 I T space .
success will rest upon the men But as soon as Hayer is fit
genus 38 lortlflca L. ATE. R A L. D 0 V E involved"
16. Diocese lion Johnson again and can rise from his bed of
EMAMATOWCD: presented three
17 center Degraded 41 ble,I Contempt!' Harmon International aviation pain we all will be glad to see

\\lremeas: \Xaterwort: SOLUTION 0> YISTIROAY PUZZLE trophies In the White House rose him back at his desk.

The u if m tm 43 Masticates 2. Slippery 7 ( "ousting garden
Coming Campaigns - - -
He quoted from the words of
20, 1 Dlsencum-, Half score 3. Los ol 1 a triad

Early signs suggest that Americanswill invariably suffers when paued mouthby 21 ber.... Notello 43 abbr Of the age 4 rounded, Outfit hill 8 9 On(.moves theihcltered the mon,late founder Col. Clifford of the B.annual Har. + Bill Bailey got a pleasant

be challenged: sorely to keep this mouth. 23 Draxldlan DOWN ). Frozen side awards for the oustandlng surprise the other afternoon. Came

years and clean.: pollUcal campaigns sane, fair, tilled 2. Scorn literature anonymous Unsigned or vaguely charges ides.areas language 1 Roam 6 Confed. 10 !Spiced ale aviator, aviatrix and aeronaut home and found one of the original
balloonist to the effect
that
Yet thats how it must be It the cltl-: worthless ai un igned checks. 27 Xrmy officer about crated 12 18, SalUard Barbados a desire for peace alone is not 7ord Thunderbirds ( the kind they do
tent is to make an Intelligent choice of 3. Take exaggerated claim or criticism not
public servants all levels. by candidates with large grains of I 1 J ) 1 S ,' 7 I' r native enough, but must be sustainedby make anymore ) parked in his garage -

Writing in Presbyterian Life, Bruce salt 19 Marble power. with the title papers in his
i The awards 1)62
and
L. Felknor, executive director: of the 4. Ignore extremist and all of thou 1/ IJ 22 23 Dwells pholsierysilk 1963 The assignation cover of President name The J. 0. Samples had Just up
Committee who to religioui or other
Fair Campaign Practices try Inject
/ IS silk John F. Kennedy pl'tv.nt.td and given the car to him. Now how
since: 1936, offers some excellent advicealong : prejudices into the campaign
these lines. The test facing the Christian citl- Ii //7 "a 24 I'UntMih I presentation ceremony last about THAT for a nice deed?
"Critical listening U the faculty molt len in an election campaign 1 I. mundanebut : blue 1 red and jtar Recipients were 4t-4l-- <*
Felknor! simple writes Felknor. "Will he white flowers Air Force Maj. 1. Gordon
valuable to any voter, sayi q II 1'//. //. '/
echoing this pertinent statement by the reject Irrelevant or unsigned or undocumented 2) Suppose Cooper, Jr., the first astronaut
late V. 0 KeySmears : charges against a candidate: he I II IS I. U t4 26 Present to receive an award, for his 22. + Don't forget, friends road

are uiually lies, nothing opposes Furthermore, will he try to 28 Kingr: orbit flight May 15.16,1963 construction is a sign of PROGRESS.
more, nothing 1.... The technique var. stop the circulation of unfair material 17 to If thurlance Betty Miller of Santa MorJ. At least that's what the signs usedto
lei, but the Intent (to impute evil to the supporting a candidate he '\IPport. 32. Affection ca, Calif., the first woman to fly
victim) is the same The voter can: If all of us past this simple test In the ;; : / JI I 33, \ 0(11,010JI alone across the Pacific Ocean say when Fuller Warren was governor

learn-and the responsible voter must tempestoui political months to come, JJ ,. JJ M 34 Dlsulllng from California to Australia, And we believe it. i
learn-not to fall for smear, either by the American electorate is a virtual 0: grain3r April 30 May 12,1963Air So don't too
letting it Influence: his vote or by letting cinch to select the best possible assortment "JI f' 33 Respira Force Lt. Col Fltlhllih get upset over
j himself transmit it. And critical: listen of public officials/ urn sound L. Fulton Jr., pilot of strategic the gloriously rough roads around

ing is the ke,." And, with democrlcylocktd in bitter /1 fl 36 Wagtr Air Command B53 Jet bomber Naples these days. Just think how
How can you become a critical listener struggle with communism, there has 39 Front which established a world altl. nice
it will be when they
? These things will help never been a more urgent need for top. .J .. r ; fS 40 < lest pufiiParMmcJOmln tulle record on Sept. ii, 1962 of finally
1. Assume that all goiilpr rumors quality people) in government New,. ",360.8 feet with a payload ol get them newly-paved. Think posi-

about candidates art false The truth Dispatch (Wlchljan City, Ind.) A -"' 11,000 pounds. tive manlbt

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Myers where he engaged Inl boat: COLLIER rr MTY NEWS N.pl., Fl... Tuesday, S.pt.mb.r IS, l 1461 5

'Uncle Charley' Boggess 87 bulldlnt Some of the ttoat '
he built are still In use in 1,

commercial fishing.Everglades .
Denies

Gets To Town Row Boat and he returned lured to him Skipper home a 3 ChargeOf

By Charter Boat, booking partle HarassmentOf
out of the Rod and Gun Club, he
was one of the first guides from
the Rod and Gun. Many dls Soviet Ships
tlngulshed! people fished the Ten
Thousand Island's sheltered WASHINGTON (AP) The
waters, as well as the flsiilt United Sides today denied So.
(rounds of the equally fair,"i'> f viet charts that American air.
Shark River, aboard Uncle: i craft hara sod and endangeredSoviet
Charlie's boat, with his hand l shi|"'. tz 11w_,
on the wheel. veae a ACS. 1\ 'it'. in reply to a So.
After he retired from Viet r01111'1.1I1\1) I of Aug 3.,
"chartering" he again put his termed I tit charges "without rwsa..

green thumb to work, in the rich i;: : foundation" It said that, on the
soil of his back yard. He contrary Soviet ships have har r Pf
grows greens, tomatoes and used L'js, vessels on a number :
le wfr okra, and many enjo ths lur. if occasions in recent months.
r 1 1'ASr' plus vegetables that are The Sinu-t note listed a num. 'N'
raised in his garden, as he ber of instances during which,
dti gives them to neighbors and it alleged, American aircraft
friends have "harassed, endangered, or
I Uncle Charley has enjoyed his provoked" Soviet ships.
BOGGESS HOME{ familY even unto the fifth cenera The United Stale has carried '
\\ .\NTID:( William Mutton
tlon. The latest addition Is the
out detailed investigation of the
Coble, convicted bank rob.
EVERGLADES BY BILUE D. SMITH 1897, they pod eight children, Infant born to Mr. and Mrs, Glen charges, the US reply stated, ber who made a daring prison .
Nestled in ma.> six are living; a daughter,Mrs. Weeks, born since Boggesses and found the)' were unfounded
jestic Royal Palms, Australian Jesse Lee <5off, and two sons, celebrated their last wedding an. "Detailed investigation of escape Is now on theFUr.
and list of 10 Most Want.
pines, flowering shrubbery, Capt. "DlI1 '" Bogjess and Cllf. nlversary party, which was heldat I NEA Telephoto each of the Soviet charges found "
a snug harbor, is the home of' of their cot l Fugitives Coble\ was
residence grand
ton Bones live in Everglades the that In no rase did American
'
Uncle Charley Boggess,who celebrated Mr*. Ira Hancock, a daughter, son, County Commissioner A.C, DORV \\',VS HFRF: This post-Dora photo or the smashed sea wall at Jacksonville Beach. aircraft harass, endanger or born May 8. 1923 Hell 5 10
his 87th birthday Labor lives in Chokoioskee, while the Hancock of Chokoloskee, Uncle Fla offers grim evidence of why President Johnson declared hurricane-battered Florida provoke any soviet ships," the to :511 tall weighs: 163 to
Day with his relatives and two other daughters, Mrs. Louis Charley boasts that he was the a major disaster area American note declared, and 178 pounds has m e diu in
friends. However the party did Fou rntqai in North Fort first to cross the causeway con added: build rudd y complexion,
not end then, as well wishers Chokolos.. blown, exes and brown hail
My r>,and Mrs John Markey nectlng Everglades "The distances maintained b)
continue to visit him dilly His laves in MI rtll. kee, a continuation ofS.R. No. 29. want to wear the real ones In US aircraft were at all times If seen notify your neatest
wife, Aunt Ethel enjoys this happy Firm in his belief in the con. the picture FBI office,
In his early life In the Ever. Jimmy Stewart's Happy appropriate and! In no instance
time every bit as much as Uncle glades ares, Uncle Charley tinned progress of the Ever. ; "1 was so firm that they constituted 'dangerously low ,
Charley does . farmed glades area, he stated he Is glad decided to change the policy for overHljlits ',
at SMjdfly pass hauling
, Mr. and Mrs. Boggess cele. that he has lived In the old days, once, But now Universal said,
i brated their 67th wedding An. hi* product (o Key West by and the excitement of the present If you're going to be that wa\ LONGSTANDING FLAW
schooner rte then went to Fort He's Got 'The Hat' AGain
I I nlversary In February and they ---- days with new homes and storesin I about It, we won't lend )'out he hat
are tne oldest living pioneer Everglades under construe. - and chaps. Report Cardinal'sCondition \IONCOKD: ... l\l'i I anted!

settlers still residing In Ever. Detroit Police tlon, he believes that even HOLLYWOOD (AP) James sat. 'But we never borrow any. "So I went up to the location, Shines SufUonotin t i 1"11. N.."rk. ..mHi
Better ,
glades. greater things are to come, since Stewart Is not a fussy man, but thing from other studios' the but I wasn't happy 1 sat in mj .' |ii>iiiiiin .1 i 1. VH <" i 1'11,
Their home where they have Everglades is the Western Gate. there are times when he wants told me, 'We make our, own hotel room and I told them I 'tllIlI1 I ilmu yh .,,10.1 ,", k I,, >rml .
lived for many years Is locatedon Hunting Motive way to the Everglades National his wa)'. things.' wasn't making a move until I ROME tAP) The condition .1 till II in I the t .iitli'fc 'tluhue ,
the morth bank of Barren that hat and of James IT\ucla Cardinal Me. i I the ih.illiiiiiiit iS
Park. Right now he Is content, He is cot chaps. They | pmlrtain "
River, directly across the For Death Of 3 back at Universal, where he has 'I told them, 'Yes, but I want sent up Billy Grady, figuring he lot yre, Bonito Catholli' arch <>n MIO I Irrl i h.I..w I I tinrlh'x
stream from the Rod and Gun filmed a number of successful to use the same hat and chaps, was a friend of mine and could blshoi of Loll Angeles, was ." nut Iiin in' ih,' I ." .", ,.1 I
dlub It can only be reachedby DETROIT (AP) Homicide outdoor movies dating back to so why don't you break your reason with me dt .<'rlbi'd\ as "sllglilh \Ix-ltiM". cold mane nl ,the .tart" I 'InMilluWN '".
boat. A rowboat Is used Sgt. T.M. CarrawayOn rule for once?' They said they "I told 'Nuts to to< ,
detectives sought today to find "Destry Rides Again" (1939) Ellly, you, laThe id )enl v ",?" '"
would look into It. cardinal
most of the time for transpor. the weapon and the motive in This time he is making a Civil tool I'm not working! I sold 78.\8111'oOhJ I Ihtn happened! ,It, Ix I il, " ''I I IK
tatlon to town however Duty In Turkey "They borrowed the hat and if MOM asked nicely collapsed Momliy during eie.
during the shooting deaths of a worn. War picture called "Shenan. maybe "imi, lent my iiiu -,'t l' "' KHI
from Universal and made motive the third cession
chaps
hunting season, Uncle Charleymay "ft and two then, one of them a doah," and one of the reasons Universal would agree to the oiienlng feel I below the ntlui Hi' ; tunnel."
get in a hurry and use a wll-known Detroit radio per. CIGLJ, Turkey Staff Ser. for his contentment is that he exact duplicates and returnedthe loan. MGM did and Universaldid of tlmHtlran Erumenloal .
III
i 1M 11111Ntll' l <
/ < o.wuf' "
motor boat to reach his Model geant Terrance M Carraway, ; originals to Universal. Theyshowed and I did the picture." Count,11 In St. Peter's.Aides .
fonallty for many years. once again has the hat Not justa ,
of Mrs. Lucille McDonaldof me what they had done.'That's sal* 'ie was over-tlicil scents, 1 ll hllcvl, i hush' and' I It I'
A son (
Swamp Buggy
parked on the bMles of John hat
Mrs. The
The nude hat.
t h',"I wide, UK, liiniu I wll I i.d,
nice said.. from his from Los "
'Theylook
421 W JOth Place Hialeah very trip Angeles
Town side. He Is actively H. Frazier 40 mother of four The hat dates back to "Win.
,
Interested In the pursuit of deer children: and, Clarence de Potle, Fla., has arrived with his unit Chester 73," which he made IS just like the real ones, but Finns refer to their countryas and suffered from the heat In sent.lot i.N1. flhd''ItIs'/ htap/' I.

and turkey. .47, a us <)*ct.r dealer, were for a temporary duty tour at CI. years ago as part of a historic they're not the real ones. And I Suomi. the baslll' a, ,len.ite. eose'e.et.eee .

Uncle Charley and Aunt Ethel found Monday on a combination gU AB, Turkey twoH>lcture deal. Universal

were classmates in little school fofa.bed In a soundproof lounge Force Sergeant aircraft Carraway maintenance, an Air offered to give him 50 per cent .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- -. .- -. .- .- .- .- .- .- -. .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- -. .- .- .- .- . . . . . . . . . eaa eee e . .
building on the site of and part ft the Detroit School of An. Jet of the profits in a contract that
of the present Rod and Gun Club. pouncing and Speech Inc. technician, came to Clgll from was to set the pattern for the
They were married on Feb. 22 The fully ded body of Pierreaulln Homestead AFB, Fla., where his future; until then, stars were
? SI, longtime Detroit an. unit normally operates under di. merely paid salaries. 91t

nouncer and director of the rectlon of the Tactical Air Com Stewart's pact was primarily ." ., \
LBJ Orders school, was Uncovered in mother mand (TAC> They will return for "Harvey," which netted him .. I. a
room used u a control booth. there upon completion of the no profit, with "Winchester 73"
faulin was tA| father of five rotational tour. thrown in the bargain. Ills
children: The sergeant's father, WIn. returns from the western were
Police suit w gun was found ston Carraway, resides in Na. In the millions r
Case StudyOf S ft the school, located In a four. pies, Fla. A graduate of Fort It happened that on "Win.
room storefront building on De. Myers (Fla.) Junior Senior High Chester 73", he found a hat anda
tfott' northwest side.Detectives School, he is married to the pair of chaps that fell good to
tlsv said they were unable 1m. former Wunterdauch- him. lie next was going to makea
mediately to determine a mo. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wur. western for MGM, "Naked
Draftees live for the Mayings ster of 1098 N. Tamlaml Trail, Spur," and he wanted to use ... ... 1'w @
North Fort Fla. ,I .
Inspector Hiram Fhlpps, head Myers, them again.Here's
J WASHINGTON (AP) The of the police homicide bureau, TAC units are rotated fre. how he tells the storyi
government plans to analyze iM De Potl, father of three quently to overseas bases to "I went over to MGM and told q
Selective Service histories of eons, was friend of Paulln's maintain a high degree of flexi. them about the hat and chaps I
possibly 290,000 men as part of a and Mrs. Ff zUr's: bUlly and combat readiness. would like to get from Unl ver.

massive study that could lead to /
a halt in the military draft. I' Il

Officials told The Associated| Memorial Put In
Press today that Pentagon
experts conducting the draft| Methodist Church
studies for President Johnson

have asked the Selective Servo>, For Capt. Stewart 4(
ice System to take a 1 per cent glass enclosedreceplarlefor y
sample of the records of all men 1 church literature In memory of
In the draft pool. the late Captln Charles W. Stewart .
This Involves men between 1 has been placed in the nar.
18'/i' and 33. Selective Service thex of the first Methodist
headquarters said there are Church. The receptacle which lea S C !tvft
about 29 million men in such 1 used for literature materials be. rw..l'

pool.The lug offered churchgoers,was con.
purpose of the sample, flructed by Henry Earnshaw.
authorities explained will be to,

"get a more definitive view of : .__.
the status of people within! the Bennett V,4ftJ/ ii '
pool," from which men are '
called for induction. :
Graveside services for the in.ant .
Among other
things, the
( daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
sample will seek to find
out to .x
what Donald Bonnet 1381 Trail Ter.
extent have
men moved
from race drive, were held at 10. a
one deferred classification
o'clock hue morning at Naples
to
another, thus avoiding indue
tlon Memorial Get-dsns. iNEA TelephotoCIGGY /
Survivors include two broth.
Men being drafted these days Robert and Richard; a pa. 'S IIAPPYandleader Xavier Cugat, 63. embraces
average about 22 yean old. t.t'I.rnal grandmother, Mrs Rs. "Charo" Baeza. 18, a Spanish linger with his band after
Roughly 100,000 men a year are Bennett of Naples and two mat. announcing that they will be married. lie said that although
Inducted, all of them going Into ernal grandparenlsMr.sndMrs.Richard he had been wedding-minded for several weeks, he didnt

the Army. Cop of Spruce Pine, make up his mind until he read a newspaper announcementof '
A llttle.noticed request to tf.C. The tarl Hodges Funeral the engagement of his former wife Abbe Lane .t
Congress calls for $375,000 to
Chapel was in charge ofarrange.
finance the sampling job this
!!lent..
fiscal year. ,,. '
.M/rMr..r J 'I
In another phase of the John. ;
son-ordered study, it was \
learned, the Census Bureau will DEATHSCHICAGO : ,
make a special effort in Its / / / ; :< \

monthly survey of households to (AP 63) Dr. Erich :- ::. ... ., ; p
determine the attitude of young M unlmann a pioneer in Lf, #'0 e"toee
men toward military service. the use of electron therapy, died t"'f'

This, too, is to be done at the Monday ot cancer. He was /" '!''A "} ,,
request of authorities conduct. director of the tumor clinic and / : : '. ?\ I s\
;
.
of .J :
Ing the draft study. the Department Therapeutic .. ..
Radiology .t Michael Reese ,, "\: . (fA
About 300,000 households are ,
likely to be touched by the Hospital and Medical Center. ,. .. ( ;f" f I : .
COLUMBIA Mo. (AP) !
Census Bureau survey, officials " ;
said today. Mr*. Frank Luther Mott, 78, ... : ; '' Special
; '
The draft study was orderedby wile of the dean ermerltut of f a : .It. t : '
,
Johnson last April. He saidat the University of Missouri ,; ,', )
of Journalism died 'fl:71' :
the time it will consider School: 'Job '
'
alternatives, including "the Sunday. A native of Mt. Ayr, V .
1, 1 ,
Mrs. Mott was graduatedfrom .
possibility of meeting our re. Iowa, :.; "
vol. Elmpton College and was -- p .
quirements on an entirely ; t:
untary basis in the next de. on the school' faculty from 1926 .,- / COLLEGE STUDENTS WILL APPRECIATE REGULARLY
through 1928 X
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.,
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Clav. Bout Quarantine Bothers Of No :I High TonightAt School (i By David GAME Lyon TIME "I



BOSTON (AP) Heavyweight At any rate, the Naples Quarterback Club will '
champion Cassius Clay, the Garden where I meet tonight at 7:30 at the Nap. -
t pal don. Muhammad All, was legal capacity and les High School teachers'lounge.
strangely subdued Challenger will be scaled from I First reports of the club's In the spring; of 1963 the state's high school principals

Sonny Liston actually smiled .:Sam Silverman, ) tund-raising activities will be approved, by a slender majority, the proposed football
Gov. Endlcott Peabody an. motor along with I presented. With Its receipts from championship playoff system as then presented. Principals .
nounced they'd meet In a Nov. tal Promotions, Inc tit I tiles of stickers, football season were assured the system would add only one more
10 title fight at Boston Gardento would produce a $ tlckets.and concession stand pro game to the previously-allowed schedule of 10 garnet
the surprise of no one. with the rest of fits, the club finances a number and one post-season contest (such as a league playoffor
The World Boxing Association coming from closed : t ,a football-oriented projects. "bowl" game). Further the football tournament wouldbe
quickly replied that everyone.lnthe radio, and foreign [ The public Is Invited to attend restricted to Class AA schools for at least the first

room was quarantined, as It eluding movies. the meeting year.
were, by a sweeping suspension. Both contestants :I
Clay's title was lifted. per cent of the Such a playoff system, though it Intruded Into the basket.

Clay, deep In thoughts of the Both say they'll : ball season, was not viewed as overly objectionable, basedon
Black Muslims and a 30 percent much elaboration. Golfers Shooting the principals' vote. What they approved back then,
slice of a predicted $5 and what may be In effect next season, are creatures of
million purse, looked as con. County Tourney contrasting hues.
cerned as an elephant bitten bya Rounds
gnat. Qualifying Last spring the FHSAX extended the football tournaments .

"Who are the WBA, they Lehigh tight: more golfers shot to Class A schools. Currently the FHSAA has

oughta be Investigated," Liston v, said In scorn. a third round of games.
Win eckeid) In preliminaries lead
The WBA had threatened In -
advance to refuse to recognize a itg 'ohe 13th \nnual County Reason behind the proposal is to allow eight, Insteadof
rematch. Contest Chan plonshlp Golf Tournamentheld four, regions In each class. It would extend the tourna.
The Massachusetts Boxing at the Beach Club. ment period from two weeks to three. Regional wIn-

Commission, which has bounced Lehigh Acres ,> justifying rounds for the ners are determined on a point system based on regular

11 and out of that fistic forum of 1,541 took top [ Oscooln/ ) 'Int across the finish line tournament are to be completed season success. Presently these four regional winners
faster than a man on a trampo. In by Thursday, September play In semifinal games a week after the season has
sixth i '.
Saturday's i 'iiiuith k in \' Tin' drier
,1 '
ii
line, as has Michigan, said It 24, and the first round matchesto ended. A week after that, the championship contest is
felt the safeguards It had under. the Southwest I I I <'i" III tht ""ti--in' ">
taken would satisfy the WB A. club Golf League < \ (Ii\\I ) ,Itt photo) Interim
day ending SundaySep
"This Isn't really a return Beach Club. develops that Floyd Lay, FHSAA executive secretary,
tember Second round
27 matches
bout," said commissioner Ed The Beach Club Osceola Is of the opinion that there are too many teams in each
Urbec. "We've arranged a fight sharp shooters Yahl, are to be played by Sunday region now (as many as 21 in some Instances). Two or
between the champion and the place team honors October 4; third round by more teams in a region might compile the same number

top contender. of 1,547 only six Win FeaturesAt Sunday, October 11, and the of points, fouling up the process of picking a regional
"We shouldn't have been the winning pace. II final match for the champion- winner.
allowed to vote in the last WBA Other teams ship by Sunday, October 18.

meeting anyway. We didn't pay lows Big Cypress Speedway Dale llllanis, the 1963 With twice as many regions, Lay figures, ties In points
our dues last would be less likely. Creation of more regions means
year or this year Coral tied with champion, automatically qualifies :
because of our financial condl. ) Richie YaM drove his 1956 to defend his honors. Ton that a quarterfinal round matching regional winners would
tlon."I Cypress Lake 1,562| Ford to victory In the late.modelfeature WeeksFrankBlalrta'flftVoodill precede the semifinals and finals. Thus the season
can't visualize the publicnot ers 1,563; and Port race Saturday night at and would be dragged out another week, starting in 1965,
Al Hackett
accepting Clay as the cham. last with 1,617 Naples Speedway were early if the proposal approved.
plon. Titles are won or lost In With only one Yahl was followed closely by qualifiers, and were joined over

the ring. This Is the fight the play, the Cape Coral . . . O.B Osceola In a Chevrolet and the weekend George 0G reen, This year with only (the two.week tournament period,
public wants." the league with 39 Mike Yahl In a Ford. O.B. Osceo. Bob Hartnett Dewey Craig.BUI.t the state champion in each class will not be determineduntil

Cov. Peabody wasn't too points and Is S.pt.mbor IS,, IV64,la captured a tightly-contested Walworth, Tom and Bob December 14. By that date, Naples High School, to
concerned either "I look for. tournament trophy, semi-feature event. Bob Diefen. Abbott Dale Uhllch, and Alan cite an example, will have played four basketball games.
ward to a great fight," said the press (In second 'thaler' and Mike Yahl were out in Foster. Coach Jerry Howell may have to scout around to find
chief executive who did not win points could not front until the last lap when Following completion of qua players for these early.season contests if Naples' foot
his party's renomination In the Osceola passed both. lifying rounds brackets will ball team makes the playoffs. Here and in most other
leaders with
state primary. league a Kenny Vaughn got I his firstcheckered be drawn and posted at the Class A schools, many basketball players are football
win In the final
The State Commission, In Its flag when he camshome Beach Club. Contestants team members as well.
are
statement, outlined stipulations The next match in front In the first heat
for the 15-round bout. Chief finale of the league race for late.model cars. Mike to arrange own matches. The possible football-basketball( snafu will hardly be
among them Is that the winner summer will be Yahl won the second heat, with Beach Club Pro Paul Bell resolved by extending football season still another week,
must post a $50,000 cash guar. Coral on Saturday Leonard Chesser right behind urged cooperation In completing which Is what the present proposal would do.

antes he'll meet one of the top 26. The golf play O.B. Osceola again was thepacesetter the tourney In order to
four rated contenders as listed lowed by a dinner but said in the Jalopy class,I clear the course for the annual
by the WBA within six months of the winners and how Bryan and winning his fourth feature race I Florida I'GA Tournament XXX
after the fight of trophies. in the three In as many weeks. He also was scheduled for the following Even before the football playoffs were instituted, the
The next step the WBA Is prior to the tops in the semi-featura. week: gridiron sport was an entrenched monopoly in the state's
expecteTVo take, having now In last Saturday's Red Graber received his first high schools' athletic setup. Subsequent events have
declarelK'no! j recognition" of the Williams playing ;heckered flag when he steeredto tightened football's stranglehold.
fight and "no champion" is to press took low victory In the first heat race
set up a tournament to settle the honors with a for Jalopies. Graber also was Constellation I opposed the playoffs as proposed in the spring of

Utle.Merv 75. Tom Abbott second In the feature. Herman 1963, and they became a reality. I opposed the extensionof
McKenzie, newly elect. team member took < V Blakely won the second heat and Favored To WinAmerica's playoffs to Class A schools this last spring, and they
ed president of the World Box. gross honors with 76.Four settled for second spot In the were extended. I declare my opposition to the further
lag Association, said from I players semi-feature. lengthening of an already-long football season, and, based
Toronto the mass on experience, I will prepare for the worst.
suspensions Abbott playing for LABOR"I A powder-pulf race Is scheduled Cup
became
automatic when the for this Saturday, giving the
fight-was signed Club shot scores of women a chance to show their; NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) Along Possible lengthening of the prep football season flies
net scoring honors driving skill Entrants In tills windy summer comes to a In the face of a recommendation by a Los Angeles State
Rockett, another \. event should register In advsncof Climax today when America's College professor, Dr. Floyd R. Eastwood He has made
RENEW YOUR IDRIVER'S member who the race. There also will be, Constellation and Britain's studies of football deaths and injuries for more than 30
LICENSE ,1 25-67 Ralph Settle late-model and Jalopy races on Sovereign set sail in their first years, and declares that football Is the most hazardous
Acres took second summer bet rate for the America's Cup. prep or college competitive sport.
DURING YOUR ; the program, which starts short
ors posting 791168.FOR some and the ly after 8 p.m. The quarter-mile| All that men, money and
BIRTH MONTH
be evident about track Is a short distance east ofI months of practice can do has From his analyses of deaths and injuries, Dr. East.
Injury of the the airport. been done, wood proposes several features which would make football
was suffered I "Now we'll go out and race," safer for participants. One Is that the high school com
49er tackle said 48-year.old Eric Ridder, petltlve schedule be limited to five to eight weeks. This
THE BIG INVESTOR LABOR"h whose 12.yea r Forty Golfers skipper and helmsman of the limitation would help cut down on late-season fatigue and
been ended by 68.foot American Cup defender."I lessen the number of times a player Is exposed to the
: accident. In TournamentAt don't believe in over confl. chance of being Injured.
The Markle Brothers and the Colliers B.foot.9 offensive deuce," said Ridder, "But I'm
spending million of t developing Marro fibers loose from Palm River not going to be like a football The typical Florida high school team plays more games

land. Just south of Naplei and the Gulf of his right: About 4 0 gol fe r s participated 1 In coach with a loaded team and (10)) In a season than the typical. college team (eight or
Mexico. to You fan now buy about 2 miles the Greater Naples Men's Golf '
drill. He'll 1 "
have a chance.
beautiful beach frontage near Marco within eight to 1 Association tournament held Sun.
and near the new development. Belter 33, he could> be' :day at Palm River Golf and Coun. Constellation Is conceded
with, Clifford Anderion try Club. The winning foursome much more than a Realtor
about (
turned In a score IS.underparof sailing were football the Amerl. The state high school athletic organization has pre.
one 56 to win top honors. can I2-meter yacht probably pared a "recommended announcement" which it asks
FOR THE MEDIUM ) Lam Morris,! The winning foursome was would rate a two touchdown public address and radio men to deliver before each
SiZE Bears' 1903
comprised of Ed DuBane, Bob l favorite prep football game. It is a lengthy announcement and

18% acres on the highway, opposite d the championship: New York Deason, Pearlle Rlner and Capt. Sovereign, however, can't be the man who devised it must have a liberal regard for
River Country Club. This l/8lh mile of Mon. Dick Vance. DuBane, reportedly, written off She Is a mu h 1m. the patience of spectators who already must hear the
on
frontage la was the wheel horse In the four proved boat over Sceptre, Brit.aln' national anthem and (generally) an invocation before the
way approximately 4 miles by his right knee contest begins.
from the Gulf of Mexico, beautiful .. < at Green some coming up with birdies on sluggish challenger In
a number of holes and with I his 1958. Ridder feels she Is proba.
Beach It:U high, dry, food land, well, no word on how handicap netting eagle scores bly faster than Gretel, the This is the FHSAA's model announcement:
t be out.
Total price only 118.500. with % down. The team led by Capt. Dick Australian yacht that gave the
can't beat this price as It II well l Blow Roberts finished second with a Americans a scare against "This game is being played (broadcast) through the
Stealers lost
market! This U the bent acreage buy of j net of 61 strokes. Other membersof Weatherly In 1962. cooperation of (Blank) High School and the Florida High
Dan LaRose who
,
week. the team were John Riley, Dr. Sovereign and Constellationwere School Activities Assn. The Florida With School Ac.
against Los An
other Bill Barrett and Joe "Ace" up on ways Monday, both tivltles Assn. is composed of high school principalswho
FOR THE SMALL INVESTOR injured Hayes. to give their bottoms a final have voluntarily united themselves for the purposeof
Dick Hoak
Pirate come to our office' at 44) Willie I Daniel, Three teams under the leader, polishing and to keep them safe promoting and directing Interscholastic contests. Prln
ship of Jack Winters, Art Faul. from the fringes of ex-hurricane cipal (Blank) Is a member of this association and main
Trail the Four
South
near Corneri. Jim
Kelly are ex. talus
active
an voice in all of Its
deliberations.
coner and Jerry Fyke as capt. Dona that swept over this old The
deal U afraid adrertlse! tot
ao good we are to the New association has set
alns tied for third place In the seaport with rain and 4S-knot up necessary machinery to establish
Our competitors might buy It. Sunday. uniform playing rules
; contests with scores of 63. gusts, maintain eligibility standards for
students, and conduct service training programs for
BEST ACREAGE BUY the only ones coaches and officials. Through these and similar pro.

IN LEE COUNTY Coach A11I grams, the Interscholastic program is purposefully en.
nursing severe "
a hanced.
We have an unusually good acreage eta after

trey In Bonita Springs just north of .. of the Giant.
This li a good deal, right down town In with the r- This rather fully states the activities of the FHSAA, but
press
I wonder whether the proper time to tell the FHSAA
Springs 120 acres @ $600 per acre ($ 38.7 Philadelphia
f story is Just before the kIckoff Spectators come tc
for 120 acres), terms available. Buy this there at the watch football, not to hear someone read a long statement

acreage and tell It In lot*. This may be written by the FHSAA, saying what a fine group it Is
big opportunity t
I Sm las the
THE BEST TERMSOF
(' Kansas Cit Baseball Standings
THE WEEK! great ,i alnst the '

18'/. acres on the highway |just north of .the too Chiefs got p American League National LeagueW
late
L. Pet G.B.
W. L.
: Pet G.B.
new City of Golden Gate Thli l/8tfc mile outscored, the
[ Baltimore 88 59 .599 Philadelphia 87 57 .604 -
highway frontage I II high, dry, good land, \ the\ una! 4' New York 84 58 .592 IVj St. Louis 88 63 .559 6V.7'i.
you can never beat then terma. Total tU> nut lr ,it Chicago 86 61 585 2 Cincinnati 79 64 .552
120,000, ONLY 12,000 down and ONLY $ .(o. Ile I .sult Put! Detroit 77 69 .527 10V. San Fran. 80 65 .552 7V4

per year for NINE years! How about thai? ut r. Los Angeles 75 '72 .510 13 Milwaukee 74 69 >!l7' 12V4
u' i Cleveland '72 '72 .500 14'/4' Pittsburgh 74 69 .517' 124
JUST LISTED Minnesota '72 '74 .493 1 51.4 Los Angeles '72 72 .500 15
sill b* in
I IT WON'T LAST LONG! Boston 64 83 435 Z4 Chicago 65 '78 .353 21V4
I "t gotta rlrar L Houston 59 87' .404 29
Washington 57 90 .388 31
100 acres with frontage on Radio .
New
J ft"v remain- Kansas City 54 91 .372' 33 York 49 95 .340 38Monday's
cant of the Naples Airport $600 per acre, 10.1:, lomtt* Results

price $60,000, terms available. Buy thli pilr t'>ear ; Monday's Results Philadelphia 4, Houston 1
at a price well, below the market. .. .. {. milt Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 Pittsburgh '7, Los Angeles 2lain

one wise, Investment {is worth, a lifetime to pay Kansas City '7, Boston 6 St.Only Louis at Milwaukee,

labor. i Only games scheduled games scheduledToday's Game

St. Louis at Milwaukee twl.
Today's Games night)
Minnesota at Baltimore, (N) New York at San Francisco
| I Los Angeles at New York, (N) (N) ,

a Kansas City at Boston, (N) Philadelphia at Houston, (N)
Chicago at Detroit (N) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles
N (N)
Realtor Washington at Cleveland ( ) Cincinnati at ChicagoWednesday's Games


i443 Tamiami Trail, Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at Houston (N)
(at flat Four Corners Inc. Minnesota at Baltimore, (N) St. Louis at Milwaukee
Washington at Cleveland, (N) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles,
I "one wise TONGUE LASHINGJudy Alvarez of Tampa. Ha seem to Chicago at Detroit (N)
; Trail N,
u find her tongue helpful as she lashes at the ball during the Kansas City at Boston New York at San Francisco
i WORTH A U' TIME Of t S Naturals at F.rest; hills NY Los Angeles at New York Cincinnati at ChlclOWBA
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new policy was Inaugurated Stocks Naples, no valid ;'

4 at Monday's Municipal and no muffle ri Mamie I .. .. .. ,.. .. .
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Court session with the result Hams, Naples,speeding; -IYLII''C'II'C4"4' HI >:" ''

4 that the glam-slzed docket of Louis DePotter Naples

__ 37 cases was handled withinan ing! Charles Walter
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hour and 40 minutes. speeding) Bobby James lot'ltJUA11r1WtlV

Ml cases Involving guilty Naples assault and !

:, lx a1A pleas were heard, and sentences Billy Ray Brown,

were passed. But In cues sault and battery,

where defendants pleaded not Defendants whose

guilty, trial was set for next come up October 5 are 2-2/07

Monday or three weeks from Sheffield Baughman,

rI Springs, defrauding an . . . .e..e..e . . . . . . .e.e
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now.The previous policy was to eri and James '

hear all cases, regardless of ples conducting business : Announcements 38-Auto For Sale

how defendants plead, at one out city license and \ era', Beauty Salun. MUST SACRIFICE 2

continuous court session every of zoning ordinance. I TV 1071 7th St South
other Monday. Recently dockets Four persons entered Corner of I Ith Ave. 47th door 1964 Galaxie 500.

have Increased In size pleas tocartless-driving I VII\ I* Street Ml 266ti7 Exact mileage 6,252 MI

and the sessions have lasted all ges. Robert Arnold \\ I 2.3370.

morning, chiefly because of Jr., 19, of 6990 Trail / 2B.kesFOR T S4 Chevrolet 4 door tedai

Fr lengthy trials of not-guilty was fined $40. Stacy SALE 1100 Ml I HOIII 1110! tf4S
,, 1 qn. J.'P E...II.nl condloonM'
of 707 12th Avenue
pleas. HONDA HAWK $100 AND 5200 x1311 'IU CI
Municipal Court tentativelyIs $25. Henry Wayne'
planned to be an every- of 1232 Eighth Avenue TAKE OVER PAYMENTS -Trailers For Rent

week operation, with plea days paid $25, Laurence ho". CALL Ml 26289IBoataMotor.
.
I 01 Troll.rs II week. wdh. Tv
alternating with trial days. Next Buff 19, of 1025 Eighth ..... 110 a wen Sp.e.. U ......kROI'O
Monday's session will consider North received a ., .. : Ace*. C.k TrInr Park
nue : how
a docket of seven trials. Two ed sentence, withheld on .,... .I" tool 110'100 Wh.,.. 4S M Hod For
Rent
o Mercury malo' guide bloom 48-Apts.
.- other cases Involving not-guilty tion he drive safely : : : : : :: of n.. bu..t stilt ....11.1 con
pleas have been set for October months. for. d"'M11"i 2..01 9,U 9 IU EBB TIDE APTS.

ONE STROKE is all it took from Mrs. Jo Powell (seated ) to negotiateNo. S, to give defendants more George James \,' : : I'I die' F1 Old<'h".nd Ira'n" .'1.rII..I", .r.ndltlon 5y..n Summer roles -- 590 monthly

2 hole at nile Witnesses to the perfect shot time their 2668 Pine of. Will, .r.pl an aulornobdo K.II, Road
of
Cypress Saturday to prepare cases. was Stew ...oIhJ' -
.m.ller bo.1 , ; e.nluly
j..p 0' .
from left are : Mis. Ruth Morris Mrs. Belvia Allen, and Mrs. Jane Judges Harold S. Smith and for speeding Stephen d. for my .gvly Call MI: cared Ellcncy W..k.for .,rent month : 57759. .

I llciren. It was the first acefor Mrs. Powell and the first hole-in-one Thomas R. Brown levied total Stations, 17. of 480 l /y1A 9119 '/ 11Furmshod

scored by a lady golfer at Big Cypress. (NEWS photo) of $916 In fines and bond es- nue South was fined $10. .of 5-Business Opps. .'pl A,1 Nsat ConddonodSedroom touch, Aprr I

treatures Monday. Two persons Stancel, 39, East . /. oan .v..bl. Shod Ii.'v't. liDO p" month roM round

. '. ....-- pleaded guilty to driving ceived a suspended SI.I.on. all Ith SI Ho PC,.. t.1I 110I1 'U92 1/S
.r ,. _
: f 4I 10 or call at .1.Io
:+ ,' , "f '!f-\ while Intoxicated. Another was In light of his good artM I/10 101SERVICE SABLE SHORES APTS.
," < \ 'Yi"Fi'f'i: fined $100 for reckless driv record, after pleading STATION Ml I44MEfticianciat
THE Road and A,5 Ave.
Kelly
ing.Donald to speeding. The IN Modern ttrvica nation' for laato,
Raines Bynum 39, driving case of James TY. by Atlantic R.fming Co Loca. D.y. Week, or
< lion, ??OI No Tamiaml Trail at "Month (IRIS MOTEL MI
I of 2515 Shadowlawn, was found Womack 20, Naples, Th. Moorings. Paid Ir.ining' HlHl or Ml I bias_
of while Intoxicated weeks for : prgrom f.C.I, nu.lantnFor ,
guilty driving tinued two
further Information, call Mr |70
'l'IIlfll and fined $125. His driver's tlon of parents. Thorn.t. Ft Myart. '1.. W. Furn. I bdrmnw5pl.SFIIcl.n/ .
.. C. TV Air Cond US0
6 a1or wnta 224) Ivy "
license was suspended fora A bench warrant was SON. Ft My.... Fla. I/) 101 .... 10 M. 007/9

period of six months. John ed for Harry Lee
6USINESa.pporlunily North 49 Houses For RentS
Robert Stauduhar 48, of 722 gave his address as : Trod Inc.li.n Surges A -

10th Avenue South was fined ton, Del. He Is drinks bedroom All I both now homo aquipmonl In roar I 8.d,00m/urmsh.d house.r raid, coin'plolely Avtnue

5 $100 for DWI and his license defrauding an Innkeeper of/. bun.... Pricad at $4S 000 noar Party Michigan Pantry In.
a with good tarmt 10
ou.l.d.dpurrhatar
was suspended for at least three filed 0''''. .1 II" Frank WhilomanBlr..l
was set at $75. Shown by appoint 14491
or Midway
of
I months. Charlie Lee I ,, m..I. ....oel.I.. /IS If
Charles Walter Delyea, 34, River Park Apts., was ;: HEN: Lucllla/ Out Virail' Marcum I .dronm furnished oup P..I
and Nobla Wr ght Phil 1 Kayat control oily waler. III' 0."..
of 1300 Pine, was fined $100 $50 for failure to have ; you glvdAttractive 110I1 7 'ani S/15 11
POLLYHEALTY
for reckless driving. On a der control. He : : Bill/'your of DEWEY a .,1 Houta. f

) speeding charge, Belyea enter a roadside cabbage Plain. I II Ssrent, eompln.ly new I S.burnished. GateSchool

ed a not guilty plea and that damaged a utility pole. My.... 510 p r month on yearly' loss.:
w i 1 1 monlhly. Call t !MM
,
charge will be tried next week Reed Patrick of Ant the 0.0 o..y. Polly, Rull :/71'1S1Wanted/
'
0't Donald King Little 16, of of 2838 Pine, was ,: Col Corner 01 101 ..". N,. AT'
4
732 Fourth Avenue South pleaded for driving a car ': do belore to, M i 510306 ." To Rent

to and and brakes. John taken 1 J b"donn huusa 0' ..pl.Mnnlhly I.
w 6 guilty petty larceny tires Etlabhth.d S.rvica Station lo' 0'
1 ,..... L.
.. our will Sin
.wf y to being a minor In possessionof ander 49 of 1200 : ; I. Contact Leonard Holt E.el.dl .
k 7,, Pulling mnm 1101 Fillh, Ava So i.1 ienllrnl 10', 1. years
Na .. burnished P
alcoholic A : S.I9 N12Help m term?
beverages. pre- Avenue South, was 01"
"ter n Rnr 111 Nnnlnn 11
1 sentence Investigation was ordered for running a stop sign. Wanted

and sentence will be Suspended sentences J3-lstings! Wanted

passed next week. given In the following : for Fuller full Bruth or part Co time h.'man uponioi and{ Nave buyors bur low cool how.
The following defendants Robert Lee Knight 22. women. m Naples Our sales In Easl N.pln Coillor Counly
,
people are averaging 1100 and "RnnimT' r..l "n i th. Trail 1118"
pleaded not guilty, and will no muffler)Andrew / up p.r wank Phone: Ft My

stand trial next week Alice 1.. rls. 34, of 1027 Coconut :: :: ere. WE lot S.r.tot.I 1114. or. FU write' II P< 101 Ogo. 57 Houtes For Sale

Men's Hartsell Naples charged with West, driving wrong #211 c""aiunna Ioo.n.. j b.do.m ,
of the Greater Naples
TOP HONORS in the monthly outing DWI no valid driver's license, street and 13-Help Want. Female b.lh ,.... porch, ".1.., air
Golf Association nt Palm River Golf and Country Club was taken by one-way TY cond,100n, dr.p.k dllh..h..
and resisting arrest] Kenneth Earl Stewart 17, of NEWS"i TY. re/rror.lnr. all lom,
r lady 'fur trill nd Nov.
this foursome comprised of-: ((1-r\ ) Ed DuBane Bob Deason Dick Trail driver's I ,;, t.t.'o :. '. shill Also eo kitchen" 9'NCOe ..., looms
Vance (Capt. ) and Pearlie Riner. The winners turned in a 15-under- ----- -- ,violating day w.ilres+ 'inn Mr Hi..mmp, M..RlOW A flFK 151 6tbAw
restrictions alter, Ham Fi'."lingo N. .1.I uir 101 MI I \/11
par net score of 56 to outclass all competition. (NEWS photo) Sue Ann He .. enl. So Trail I"1 If 1/10 I. s If
Carolyn
No Hope For PER Curb Girls Hrs Tp"1; Cory new. wdh. ,.i.i Aliened.
of 2729 Francis was 01 p m S day luud IIoIY i Inns inwn I Innd..p.d, or.i b..hI .
for writing a worthless h..by.. ntef rI,onddnpai.onlly Ion'lickprlv 9,19 If 9/1&b''o"m. 1 bath 110I1 lba9.

A,, ,. ,IN' A 15-day jail any tIii'ii'V .. i SALk
1 / ou. 0' 14-Help Wanted Male l "'OIlICOKIHIooUW"
condition
? suspended on mu.1 tell 'h,.. bot"'"mt
T
; Manned : :\ L "
: :
Space ,,, ,
fendant follow the Judge's Foil, "iii"d rinn iii m.nim Iii belh hnrne m IHE MIHIRINGS
Coun .. ,
new mud toil m" Anl lr I ? li .1 I I II "
to pay future bills In Colli.r /1'..I?, Wound ri,, I,. 1'1.', "", 'I,, 'N ." " "M"
William Edward in the 7115 I' I I'' > 11..1...., ,. "
r , at..Na SUHFSIDE; CLUB olli,,, y. n. y" I a kni.irn,, including, ditpinal,
N.Y. was "
l irqn Stanley lint round job to clean, 01..1. well. and dnhwether. Niceer.nod
Flight In 64CAPE four days for being a .copiet be mMe.d E.c.ll.nworking mnnln.nto. conditions man. porch Phono peved drivewey Ml 14104, toddedlawn eftert

A no-valid license )! oood p.y 01h.. b.n./d. S.dMr P"M. tlZI"
piece
'
against Bill Hennlng, 17 / ed "'O..n.I. oil,,.. a a m 10o
KENNEDY CAP) / be pm 9/11 91 t09 III Ave. to t bedrown
Sixth Avenue North, agent home 5 blocks from be. Lightning; and hurricanes have
: : : :
ped. a fit 1 15-Sales Help Wanted 5uwnoll Nclion Avaii.bl..5
dashed U.S. hopes for a manned / claim, nee til.MO. I/DO down lit parturanca
space flight this year. Six persons forfeited void, S.I..m.n wanlod 10 SoIl now. mo with., tag and .
Irvin 1 Mirth rod u..d.... Prol" Iou I manwdh 110I1' "74 lit 'tS
were
Dr. George E. Mueller, Na. They : ., .utomobl., ..p..u..
tional Aeronautics and Space ami speeding $25 . 7 b.Ih' Iwimmtn'
| who hal a hen de." 10 oarn 'N ,
too' Quit
Administration associate admin Gwinn Jr., Miami, .. of bolls Ih.. ......,. So/line/ Pool Front, .ice...h" Shrubs. Hand en Beach
m.lhds muel b. h.h Iw.laiono
6n announced Monday the .... Owner. annout, 'lo tall Op.n
Istrator $25)) Paul M. Hampton wdh hkin. 10 mol Sundays.CARISSEAN.
had p.no'' B..I com"'on pt.n
manned Gemini mission
fleldIll.drlvlng on tin P.m.urmshod, wdh 011.0, .REALTY
been postponed from Decttiber $25t and for lang. b.n.ids S. Soy.. ml. M..110"
to sometime In the first three ; THE Ion Wood Chy.lor Plvmoul". 1/iO N. Trail, MI t SIM58lots
nie Creech, Homestead Imn....'. J.... North TrnlIII ,
0'
months of 1965.Astroanuta 9116Help
Crandall, Naples I
Virgil I. ) For Sal.IH..IDENTI..L .
Grlssom and John W. Young Grant, Naples all $15. Available
'liil /S .I3S1
have been selected to fly the c".O.'e' "..e..1 N..... tool an corner Nork Creek area 'In
two man spacecraft In three ponlion in dnclotacretarian .. ollu H.w nire ghborhood Pricad atlOOO
'' ..oorllnu Writ., ( for quick tala
earth orbits. Charge TO. dna Smith, P. 0 80. tel AttoclatetLucille
Mueller said a lightning bolt, fvergla.e.. Fie, 9/15 !I1P Ottt Vi' Marcum
ii-s- fs Noble Wright /Phil 1 Kayea
haloes
on
which struck the Gemini pad on you .yes -
Starved ChildTo 1W your n.w cop.1 ,.mo".
L.N. Aug. 17, damaging scores of tilad e them> with Blue Luttre Rent DEWEY POLLY
electronic diodes In the Titan 2 Court ;':cine thempooer fl. Nepl.trnituco
chI. Co /lt S/
Beach Club Satur- rocket and the dismantling of : John REALTY
official starter at the Death At
FRANK BLAIR left was an the rocket for hurricanes Cleo .. O.ora 26 Personal

day in which 140 !golfers of the Southwest Florida" Interclub Golf and Dora forced the delay. JACKSONVILLE: (AP ;, ::, d.why. 10 Geo Dewey. Polly. .Realtor
League teed off in the match. "You are up next says Blair to Dick The booster will launch an un. Navy enlisted man and ...IId ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Corner 01 Ut ..v.. No. 4M'74

Vance, center and O. I I. Stevens local players who participated in the manned Gemini spacecraft on a year-old wife were .ro".n.*. Men or 'women Ask for wnn.help' dnnalngproblemt by calling . Trail.

( McGrath photo) ballistic night down the Allan degree murder coo Ml I 4111 Vmtort cordially .
tourney Sacrifice, beautiful Corner lot
f"no , ,
welcomed .In, in ".1
tic. Data from this firing la con. In the death of their CI.,. Bestial Church ..n... on Sin, .... new High School COIl
sldered vital before a manned ion by starvation.Warrants Octibi St at ills Ave aveay Taos andFrmght 1)000 Will, taka II.MO. Phon.
i 11619 l/2 tf
minion Is attempted.The against 1 I ' ,said be at S 18 M

Titan 2 was partially dls. Smith 33, and his : Driving to Brititn, Honduras. 59-Acreaga
teal ol' Want
aomeone to Ibaro. _
y6t Ia mantled for Cleo and when Juonlta Marla Smith, .. ...... Call Ben Butcemi,. Col
Dora looked aa if she would sued Monday by I: l r.r Cnunly ....ItY! t/ll II H tera traclt IS 00 down and
f > TT. It 00 per month No inter.it
a'' strike Cape Kennedy full force, Judge Lamar Wlnegeart.The ilM 00 One wi/11 from Golden
1 the rocket was fully dismantled. charge . 33-Servites Offered Gete County i .R.illy Open Sundey a/ll"Collier .

m It was re erected Monday the death Sunday of
Mueller said launch Smith SUP COVERSTrOIUI .c... Ctot. In 10 U. or
the now Lee 3. The
. .
. T. CoI". Coun-
I was scheduled for the last three taken by Smith to _Ml M1Q1 Drapery i UphoittorIH. 711 If SOm Really... 1..1 1ft 101 TI.,
months In 1964. Most observers Naval Hospital here "

1, say November will be the soon. was pronounced dead. I I .141 36-Wanted To Buy TRAIL. ,FRONTAGE
est the be ready The child' twin It 5.005 high A dry lend lit
keetIf'tn Uted pickup trucks w.ni.tf. "I.. foam Courlhoun MAR'SeuM
i Before strike, aid Lee Smith was Good condition, Stehiman Proprtiee .. SICK.Sf 013 al" ..".
: ,: teita had been completed of the dead at the same . So Maintananca Co. lilt"")rdSt If 'I i 7/1,11

rocket's subsyatema. A trial run 16, 1962. 40 ...." 154 multi boom Court
of the entire rocket's system Wlnegeart said both 38-Autos For Sal. H..... $150_ por ..... Op.n

was to take place a few days were In emaciated i kMTrTiTy"vT'mT rmT Jjj'davs CARIBBEAN REALTYRaeltori

i xiwr wt before the bolt struck and covered with W W |l/t. ,Phone Ml 14SJI.
The unmanned flight Is to taken to the hospital. "I 1Smoker/ IM N. Trail, MI t I15J

quality the spacecraft. The flrt said Donald wa 18 Di.

Gemini launching In April cer. and weighed I1'' Says 62-Bminess Property

tined the Titan 2 as a booster he died and Noel 7, niiTrB vehicle pound at the age of 3. that faet growing area Batter In.vetHgaia .

Other Gemini flights Include Two other children any lodavl Ins detirablo Price': IIS c00000property .MMAttociataa .

missions from four to 14 days, Smith, Charles Lee,

and docking and rendezvous Noel Edward 21 value Lucille Noble Oft Wr,ght- -Virgil,Phil: Meraum Kevea

with an Agena D rocket In taken to a children' RANGE FIR[ I IgrA1LF DEWEY POLLY
pace. They were said to be at any 1K

I The delay of the manned mil. physical condition. pre.

Ion to next year li expected to Wlnegeart said an of REALTYThe

revise schedules for remaining lilted bronchial\ Infection:

k Gemini flights cause of death of the 1.16ON.. D.wty.f IN Folly Avs,, R.dtor Ne. ATd
The second manned mission, and malnutrition a* the mlt5Arol1
I Ml
now set for the first three of the second. appli R

months In 1965 Is to be a tour. per. 6 Insurance

with Astronaut .JamesA. ,
day trip A 'XtiMr* gpN'ur.: .(
McDivitt and Edward White con. lave Peym.nl
the one Eoay
SCENE at the Naples Reach Club Saturday afternoon during picked as primary crew. Plan, AaIO, Nome Owners,
Florida Interclub Golf League Lehigh ./ll.nti T. Fir*.
match of the Southwest Original plans called for three JA ER INSURANCE
I Acres with 1511 strokes won team honors. The Beach Club team month spacing between the 12 THE COLLIER COUNTY St. Never leave ANT Iresoatteoded etth Aw, NOOI
1 11 t
f Ml thla
McGrath photo)
was second in the seven team match. ( Gemini night Peterfburf.




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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plt.,, Fl.., Tu..d.y, S.pt.mbtr II, If64 told parents. "Let's get the
students back to school." Home Improvements In Collier
Despite the boycott, the integration
program was put into

White Boycott In NY Schools spent effect their and many first Negro day in children schools

:I where ity. whites were In the major. Amount To $$1,052,000 YearlyNEW .


Many Negro mothers were YORK The amountof sus, some 62.1 of all

i Jumps Absences 17 Per Cent children enthusiastic"having They a spoke chance of their for a money spent by home ownersIn local dwellings are percent owner occupied

good education," or "learning to Collier County each year compared with 61.9 percent
I NEW YORK (AP) White Absenteeism Monday the live with other people," or just iT for maintenance and Improvements In the United States and
pupils again boycotted New opening of a new academic "getting out of the slums for a to their homes runs into 61.0 percent in the South Atlan
York's public schools today,pro year, was more than a quarterof while OfAbsencel , )I big figures. It Is an Impor tic States.
testing a program of racially Integrating a million children In the million pupil tant item in the local economy.Last The Government's report on
classrooms by busing A Brooklyn school completely school system largest in the iL year, an estimated $1, residential alterations and repairs -
children away from their vacant Monday had only one nation totaled 275,638. Normal 052,000 went for such purposes shows that over $13.8
pupil present today out of an absenteeism Is :
neighborhoods. 100,000.
based Government reports billion
on was spent In that direc-
For the second and final day enrollment of 398. At a Bronx In schools directly arr.ct.d.which ,
1 1J outlays per
showing average tion last In the United
of the protest parents returnedto school a milkman delivered only have 13,000 pupils, absenteeism year
75 cartons of milk for housing unit In the local region States up from $13.5 billion
picket lines In greater num. lunches ranged from 18 to 65 percent

bers than before Police said 2,. compared to the customary 480. Three schools not directly The expenditures perunit sv in 1962.
392 persons marched at 194 The demonstration against a affected by the program reported r eraged $217 in the area. Some
schools. pupil Integration program was that fewer than 10 per / went much higher than this and
Attendance figures were most effective In schools In. cent of the pupils showed up. some much lower. It is pointed -
being complied by school au. volved In the program and In One had no pupil, :; Ttt>rIIT1Ln lr'w. out that less than half the
thorltles with an anxious eye on schools that parents thought Absenteeism was about 40 per ., homeowners go In for sizeable e
possible loss in state aid exceed. would be Involved. cent at the eight elementary improvements in any given / < d eIw
Ing $2 million. School board President James schools that were "paired" to v
B. Donovan said he was In touch Z. year.
achieve better racial balance. +r ,(7
eW ? r The major outlay It Is found
with law enforcement officials"to
Nearby white and Negro schools
determine whether criminal have been merged into one is for additions alterations and
Ford Offer violations of law have been school body using the two school a .h replacements; which account
committed" buildings for 41 percent of the total.

Iii Calvin E. Gross, superln. It was this part of the school cCl F deterrent.'r' Painting takes second place with
tendent of schools, warned that board integration program 17 percent. Next in line are
Similar ToChrysler's the city could lose $2,2 million In that drew the most fire from STORM SEWER CONSTRUCTION work has closed! off Eighth plumbing, eight per cent, roof-
state aid If absenteeism today Is the virtually all.white parent one of Naples' principal traffic artel'ies at the corner of Ing, six percent and central
the same as Monday."You've groups sponsoring the boycott Avenue South. (NEWS:: :: ) !Heating and air conditioning
made your point," he the Parents and taxpayers five percent. .

Coordinating Council and the The remaining 23 percent
Joint Council for Better Educa. for miscellaneous

Civil Rights tlon.Both say their objection Is to I WEATHER I Britain goes repairs and the like. upkeep

DETROIT (AP) The Ford anything that might damage the The reports arc from the a
Motor Co. has offered an eco neighborhood. Department of Commerce the ;
nomic to school concept, High Low Pro Indianapolis cloudy 78 49 Election
package the United Housing and Home Finance
They
are particularly opposed Albany clear 73 45 Jacksonville clear 79 64
,
Auto Workers union similar to
an historic agreement workedout Suits May BeCostlyJudge to the transporting of pupils by Albuquerque, cloudy 82 57 .15 Juneau, cloudy 54 48 .08 For Agency and other sources.
bus to They are
last week between the VA Wand schools outside their Atlanta, clear 78 59 Kansas City clear 81 61 particularly timely
neighborhoods to Improve racial just now because of the approach
Chrysler.The Bismarck cloudy 56 32 Louisville, clear 79 46
offer appeared to have balance In enrollments Boise clear 79 45 Memphis clear 80l3! LONDON (AP) of National Home Week 8
cleared the path toward settle Boston, clear 58 49 .46 Miami clear 86 77 13 general September 20th to 27th.
ment on a new contract coveringsome Buffalo clear 67 41 Milwaukee cloudy 72 48 .15 moved Into high The $1,052,000 spent in theye.r
125,000 Ford workers Chicago, cloudy 81 53 T Mpllst.P, clear 63 36 Prime Minister for Improvements and upkeep
.
without the pressure of a strike JACKSONVILLE (AP) In. Gladys KickingUp Cincinnati, clear 78 41 New Orleans clear 82 54 las Home on Collier County homes
deadline. junctions under the civil rightsact Cleveland cloudy 72 57 New York, clear 75 51 the voting date went, for the most part to
Malcolm Denise Ford vice haven't started to get ex. Heels Dora Denver rain 75 52 T Okla. City cloudy 86 60 dlence with local merchants and mechanics.
president for labor relations, pensive yet but a federal Judge ; Des Moines, cloudy 76 53 Omaha, cloudy 75 54 The prime .
Detroit, cloudy 75 49 .02 Philadelphia clear 76 47 era said he Among those who shared in
said the company hoped and said this Is no sign they won t. -
expected that the proposal "will Judge Bryan Simpson refused Perishes At Sea Fairbanks, cloudy 51 37 .03 Phoenix clear 92 50 1.47 the election of it were lumber dealers, stores SUITS II bit UH.L: nil(
Fort Worth cloudy 86 .66 Pittsburgh) cloudy 72 49 Commons will be selling paint, wallpaper and
lead to an early agreement. Monday to asses plaintiff's at. news from the leient (1'jiw
"Our proposal would provide torney costs against the defend. MIAMI (AP) Hurricane Helena clear 75 '51 Piled, M.. j ear 54 42 Douglas-Home hardware, electrical contractors fall collections I was t the
for wage Increases and addl. ants a* he made permanent Gladys began losing force today Honolulu clear 87 76 Ptlnd Ore., cloudy 72 46 .08 night to appllcance dealers gar- trouser suit. In London,
tional benefits for represented three Injunctions ordering 17 and forecasters said signs point. Rapid City,clear 75 43 Scotland to den suppliers and carpenters.The singer l.vnu Home spoils
employee substantially equlv. restaurants and motels at St. ed to a more northerly turn of Police Report Richmond clear 73 44 dissolve ment figures bring out the her own \ e r s I Ion. Light I i
alent to those already offered by Augustine to comply with the the M)rm food news for the St. Louis, cloudy 72 62 will already Is fact that more money is spent brown cavalry twill ti oust.'IKan
Chrysler and accepted by the law and serve Neiroel.Attorn.y U.S. mUnland. Thieves Active Salt Lk. City cloudy 84 53 .08 election.not meet for maintenance and improvement : teamed with an almost
Wind in the latest of San 70 61
this Diego cloudy
union Denlse explained. Tobias Simon of Ml
In the case of homes that matching! jacket I and jaunt'
year's parade of seven tropical San Fran. clear 69 57 Campaigning
Shortly after the proposal was ami asked fees for himself and In Two SpotsMrs. are cloth .
than In
owner-occupied the sup.Adriien
i handed to, ,the union, UAW other plaintiffs' attorneys of storms dropped from 90 to 75 Seattle cloudy 69 54 .03 way. Douglas
President Walter Reuther told $17,000. miles an hour, barely hurricane Harold 0.Morse of Mount Tampa cloudy 87 74 Balmoral after case of multiple-dwelling or
Hamilton St. force, and a further decline was Washington clear 77 50 tour of Kent. In renter-occupied homes.
newsmen the broad outline Upchurch, Aug. Dora was the victim of car thieves .!, it when
pprtc you
appeared to be equivalent to the ustlne attorney _for the restau. in prospect. yesterday, reporting to police| Winnipeg clear 50 30 he stressed This Is apparent in Collier
basic benefits of the Chrysler rants, appealed to the judge not At 11 a.m. (EST), Gladyswas that her 1957 Cadillac parked at (T-Trace) party's County, where home ownership A/Ilenlion
package, to hang heavy costs to the al. centered near latitude 21.5 the fishing pier was broken Into Britain should is at a high level. Accordingto
Still to be discussed however, ready overburdened business north, longitude 53.3 west, or and Ml.i/ts; tai*n, pendent nuclear the most recent housing cen- THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWSHERE'S
are the union's so-called non. about 730 miles east.northeast Misslag were her purse containing
economic demands such as for men.They not only have lost mon. San Juan, Puerto Rico. about $35, her driver's Winter Chill
improved working conditions ey through the racial troubles Hurricane Ethel still flickeredon license and other valuable pap.
including additional relief time of this summer, they now have Weather Bureau radar ers.
for workers on assembly lines. taken a heavy blow from hurrl. screens but Dora, killer of at The car was parked at the pier Hits Northern
Chrysler already has agreed cane Dora. least seven persons', no longer early yesterday and the breaking
to increase to 36 minutes the Judge Simpson said since exists and entering discovered: about Section Today
present 24 minutes per day in these were test cases under the The Weather Bureau also dls. 4:30 p.m. Naples Police" Jerry .
relief time for production work. civil rights act, he did not thinkIt continued advisories on Ethel, Wlnebrenner and Gary Young In. Wintry temperatures chilled a
ers tied down to their machines. proper to assess damages. except to ships at sea. vestlgated the theft wide segment of the eastern
In the economic package, the This was not to be regarded Ethel, centered about 325 Police reported, alto, break., third of the nation today for the Pi ea-
Chrysler agreement calls for a precedent with cases comingup miles east-southeast of Cape Ing and entering at the residenceof i third consecutive: 'day while
pensions of up to $400 a month against seven other St. Aug. Race, Newfoundland, spun at 30 'W. R. Timken 20 Eighth Ave.nue thunderstorms and showers
as early retirement Incentive, ustlne places nor an Indicationthat m.ph. toward the northeast South but !: were prevalent In the Midwest
apparently nothing
longer vacations, two additional future defendants can "geta packing winds of 85 m,p.h. taken. Police the: and Southwest.
was reported I mh'
holidays and other benefits. free ride," the judge said. Weathermen said she probably house had been ransacked by, Readings near the freezing
Ford negotiators kept the Simon said If the fees were would lose her hurricane those guilty of the breaking and I I mark or lower wen reported .
union's representatives standing granted, they might be donated characteristics In the cold entering.The across much of the upper Great
by for about 11 hours Monday to the legal defense fund of the waters of the North Atlantic. ransacking was dlscov,' Lakes area and Into the 40s as
night while the company National Association for the Ad. Dora was last reported 200 ered far south as Tennessee
Sunday morning by a care.takers
prepared ItloUer. vamement of Colored People miles east of Cape Cod and was The mercury slid down to 23
(NAACP). no longer considered a storm. degrees at Ironwood In Upper
Judge Dora left seven dead and property Michigan and 24 at Devils Lake I
Simpson, taking up mo a, ..,.Iw
lions in other St. Augustine ra. damage estimated at! $ZOO N,D.. and Hlbblng, Minn. I '
Be a clal cases, ordered Hoisted R. million in north Florida south City To Take Light showers accompaniedthe ,,,., .
(Hoes) Manury to give the :eastern Alabama Georgia new thrust of polar air into t'
court a list of all members of I South and North Carolina and Old the southern Great Lakes re. 11
Golden GateFREE the Ancient City Hunting Club Virginia. Bids On (ton. ,'/
he could remember, In the Southwest a cloudburst 1 1tt
The list Is due In 15 days. Park BungalowThe dumped almost an inch of rainon
Hall Area
The judge said he thinks there City Phoenix Arts, In one hour.
1 are two kinds of members All Torn UpBy days of the Gambler Part The downpour was accompaniedby
those who merely hunted on bungalow, which has served as winds up to 61 miles an hour eslr
club grounds_ and those who Street Work Recreation Department headqua. and heavy hail !
lOOK part in anil.Integration ac.tlville. rters are numbered Dalhart Texas, in the arid
.. Persons attending Wednes. The nearby community cent.rbuIldlng.vtrtuIUy northwest corner of the state, r _
In another case, Judge Simp. day's City Council meeting will completed now, received three Inches of wel.
V4IIts son refused an Immediate trial have a hard time parking their will be ready to move Into on come rain. CHEVROLET'SLONG
date for the case of Martin cars in front of City Hall. September 22, Recreation Dlrec.:
Luther King and others vs. Laying of a drainage pipeline tor Julius Lesser indicates A
County Judge Charles Mathls across Eighth Street has block. parking lot is planned where the *
Jr. and others, which contendsa ed off that Important traffic routeat old bungalow stands now, and Blockade Of
conspiracy exists to resist in. Its Intersection with Seventh the City of Naples hopes to haveit -'
tegratlon.The Avenue South.Machinery and Hal. moved away within the next '
judge said he may set the pin Inc. employees' cars are three weeks. Turk CypriotsTo I
case for trial In December parked in the block of Eighth Lesser announces that the City ..iSTRONG
Street between Seventh and Eighth Is taking written Informal bids Be Lifted
Avenues. for the frame bungalow and the LINE
Seventh Avenue between Eighth bids should be turned Into x...
'MR .
.seen aowoe. e 9
"Stogies" and Ninth Streets Is closed to ser's office by next Monday. The NICOSIA Cyprus (AP) _
GASOLINE Long, thin cigars known as"stogies" through traffic making City Hallmost highest bidder will get the build. U.N. officials: said today Presl.
derived their name easily accessible from the log as Is, Including an air condl. dent Makarios has agreed to lift y>>iiiii.in.iniuminim'g1 OF
TRADING STAMPS from the fact that they were south limner, and it will be the win. the economic blockade of Turk.
designed for the needs of the City Manager Vince Wood fore nine bidder's responsibility to Ish Cypriot communities on
ORANGES Conestoga (Penna) wagon. cast this morning that the area move the building away within Cyprus some time this weekMakarios ,
drivers who wanted a large "probably will be torn up even two weeks. Now it is right across reportedly relented
inexpensive cigar, more by tomorrow." the street from City Hall. under heavy pressure from Gale
part of I great new way to Plaza, U.N. chief representative
increase your vacation pleasure on Cyprus, and Lt, Gen K. S.
without incrtasini your vacation Thlmayya. commander of the workpowerTRUCKS
budget Mile art just a tee of t the peace force.
other caching fret lilts and vacation U.N officials have warned
t pmilem I that art yours Makarios ever since he Imposedthe
as i Boldtn liti gold: blockade early last month '
that cutting food supplies to the FOR 65!
FREE FISHING Turkish Cypriots might bring
(INCIUOINQ SAIT AND TACKLE) armed action from Turkey
FREE AUTO TOUR Turkey announced last weekit Mart models, mart engines, the best In 4- and cylinder V8 and
OF MODCNN, ELEGANT would break the blockade by more Chevy workpower diesel power, 18 tough truck enginesin
NPltS.ri.OI IOA) using a naval.alr convoy to ship all including 4 now lower cost
FREE PRIVATEPLANE food to the hard-pressed villageof The long strong line of Chevy trucks diesels. Here's the huskiest bunch
RIDE Kokklna, on the northwest for '65 Is rolling in with miles of new of haulers that ever came looking
(OVEN NAPICS AND coast. Makarios' regime de. working equipment. Like that handfor work)
GOLDEN GATE) i R dared this would be consideredan some Fleetside pickup that leads the Our word for all this Is workpower,

Invasion pack , one of the 18 pickup models That's the stuff that makes a truck a
The Turks dropped their in the line this year real truck A hard-nosed money-saver,
STOP AT tHE convoy arlos then plan said Monday, and Mak. Further along, you'll find economical Yes, workpower here and Chevy'sChevy.Vans

BELLOW land relief supplies Turkey for Kokklna could a wide selection of walk. got it, in such a variety of types and
at the port of Famagusta in vans, a bigger choice of big trucks sizes that picking the best truck for

AND BLUE Makarios told the U.l\. pea. more job-tailored components-trucks your job will be easier than it's ever
cekeeplng command that the built to fit your business and budget been before. If you're In the market,
GOG SIGN supplies If landed in a routine And under those hoods you'll find just get In touch with your dealer.
FOR DETAIL fashion at Famagusta would be
given all prlvllens.
- -- The Turkish Embassy in Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

CULFAMWMH PROMISED ready for occupancy next week is the new $85.000 City Nicosia a shipload said of Turkey food would send '5177

Recreation Center . following years of planning and an uphill U the U.N to force Famagusta
peace would
LAND CORPOIWIOH strangle all the way After City Council budgeted $60.000 for the supervise the unloading and
building bids came in at $85,000. Council scraped up $10,000 more take the supplies without delay INGRAM CHEVROLET INC.
and Lester Norris came to the rescue with another $15,000. It was to Kokklna a Turkish Cypriot ,
due for completion in June '. but next week it will be ready. village that has been under
(NEWS photo) blockade for six weeks. 130 NINTH STRUT, NORTH NAMES PHONI MI 23105y

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