Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00250
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: September 16, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00250
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Sept 17 SSI: 10.4: 3:21 3.J8Spt. : Variaii'dParking aR

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.,,' Weather Outlook

; rarll>' cloudy' tonight and -
City Council this rooming b>' at first that a flve.sevenths vote
jfir Thursday with a fro bred afIrrnoon -
f fI nhowrr Ins tonight a 4.3 loll.callute, grouted a might be necessan to carry the
variance til oft.sheet (talkingrequlirments motion granting Inltr am'. re.
lower 70n. lliiih Thur
in the to Box Ingram al. quest
day In upper 1'0. Northraul* lowing him to go Ahead with Splngler asked for a few mln.utes .
rrly' s Ind 7 to IS relics an hour. pUns to add a second story to check the wording In the
SPKAKSHEKEtonurht-: to one of Ms downtown stole charter and ordinances, and then
Claude R Kirk. Jackson buildings. told Council It was his opinion
Mile attorney and Republican Council' action climaxed a a 4-3 vote carried the motion.
nddr candidate for the 43.minute discussion during Ingrain thanked. Council for con.

J United Stales Senate: will which Ingram remarked that his sldfrlng his request, and expressed .
hopes that "the whole downtown *
request "shouldn't lie granted i
be the incipal speaker at
unless the Clt\ has plans for parking problem will be
the Naples Jaycee meetingat solving the downtown pat: kingpro. pointed up by this case."

731):: ) o'clock tonight in blem." Put he dears 111(0,1 Ills Ingram was ssiured' by Council .

r' rlt the Naples Elks dining request as a "luidshlp case: and by the off.Htreet parking
room. He will\\ discuss the Ingram pointed out that, when committee chairman that the

4 Y By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cuban situation, taking for he built the slot e bulld'ng (just parking committee Is working

his topic, "Flonda, the west of Ingram Hardware Filth hard on possible 101l1C.rallgelOlu.
UNITED NATIONS! AP Gateway to Freedom." Avenue South) In I960, lie shunt! (tons to the Fifth Avenue area
The Soviet Union Is expected to an extra $12,000 to $14.000 on parking dilemma, The commit
veto a Security Council resolution reinforced footings and aseiond. tee h.allln meeting every Monday .
demanding an end to the floor slab. Tills extra COIli1 tll' for some time, and It hoes|
Indonesian.Malaysian fighting! thin was ID antlrlutlon| of |plane' to have a final retort| In' Coun.
Norwa Introduced the tesolu.tlon Bailiff Gets to build a second story later.
Tuesday. But between I then and now, (Continued on page 2)

JUST I BECAUSE: IS BEAIT1FUL' There is no particular news Informed sources said the Council! stiffened Id off.sheet

value to the above photo released by the Florida Development Com Russians would veto It because parking regulations, and! Ingram

mission. It is published here simply because (1)) it is extremely attractive Indonesia opposes It. OverthrownDuring was It parking spares short of Hall
the number lequltcd by the sire Community
I to the eye and ((2)) even native Collier Countians sometimes PARIS (AP) Cops In skirts of his building, I both floors In.
forget their good fortune in having around in profusion so many of appeared on Parts streets for eluded.
these including the girl, the graceful palm tree and gorgeous the first time Tuesday TrialThe Ma/or: Archie Turner joined Dedication Set

beaches. Come to think of it, that seems reason enough to publish About IS women are practicIng Councilmen Francis Ford, Rob.

n .nirtnre.Nikita.1 with regular traffic police.men. ort Combs, and Gocxlloe\ McDow. Later In Year
If they prove they can bailiff took a tumble ell In voting for Ingrain's ro.

make sense out of Paris traffic during a County Court jury quest for relief. Unlng up against A dedication cercnxwy for
not an easy task for anyone trial yesterday afternoon It wore Councilmen Carl Hoffmann the
Horne new community center
Says New Weapon Mallory they may go to work on a Lawyer William Illxon, representing Joel Kuperberg and Mrs. building In Gambler Park will
regular" Casey Miller
baste. a defendant chargedwith be held later III tins year, City
originally came
Under Fire For The case
TOKYO (AP) An 8.2.mile driving while Intoxicated, Council from the /onlng Doaid Manager Vlnco \II "mud Indicates.The .
monorail between Tokyo'sInternational was Just beginning his cross- of Appeals, which passed It I Recreation Department!
Could Destroy All Life Backing BarryTAMPA Airport and the examination of the key witness along without recommendingeither ts( scheduled to move out of Its
city was Inaugurated today The In the case On the side of approval or denial City present t arten In the (frame

(AP), House Speak.er double-track system Is expected the courtroom opposite the jury, Attorney David Splngler, after bungalow and Into the new building -
to carry 30,000 persons dally the balll/f J Ken Kitchell of theaherUf'aJepartmentwas the 4.) vote wis announcedsaid
Wood ask 1
Horn '
t MOSCOW (AP) Premier means of destruction'whlch\ the Mallory undur fire nett Tuesday.
,_ .
,. and wake the trip,In 15 minutes lean ..:;::
Khrushchev says' ,the bgvlet Soviet Union now po'Hs.es: He from fellow peroocrtits for his in ieeeld reeher 1ee4M depart.
Union has a new secret weapon said he was amazed to learn support of Republican Preslden.tlal ft takes rem an hour to Do Ing back In an upholstered swivel talent get sell led In ItS new qua/ r-
minutes to drive from the air.
which could destroy all life on that It could end all life candidate Barry Goldwater, chair ters "and have everything. nice"
says he will resign if the major. port to the city Suddenly, the chair toppledover Edison To Bring
earth. Ills words seemed to he Kenzl Fukunaga, leader of the before holding a dedication.
aimed primarily' at Red China Japanese delegation,. told a ity of Democrats are against and Kiichell was thrown The City light choose 10

and not at the West. news conference today that he him. back upon the floor, where he College Courses hold off a ceremony until the
Horne Introduced Goldwater
Khrushchev who did not the that Khrush. landed In a heap. jurors and
had Impression hero Tuesday during the COP parking: lot :jjolnlii|: the new
describe the weapon, was chev was referring to one weap.on candidate's three.stop speaking Million Judge Richard M.Stanley stared Here At Night building Is paved. Wood said
speaking to a Japanese parll. not several tour of Florida. $1 at him. A portion of the parking lot

amentary delegation Tuesday. In Washington, U.S. government The Democratic lawyer from Spectators and attorneyswere will occupy the area now occupied -
The Japanese said he mentionedthe Registration for college exten.
experts said Khrushchev Tallahassee says he Is willing to barely able to suppress by the old frame bunga
Chinese weapon during a blast at might he talking about a cobalt be called a political traitor In breaking out Into laughter, but stun courses Junior to College be offered to be (1v.byEdison low, The City has asked for
Communist leader Mao bomb which would produce his of Goldwater. Budget For decorum preserved with-
Tie-tang. support en In Naples will be held between Informal I "Mils on ihls latter
huge amounts of lethal, long He told an airport crowd h* out the judge having to bang 9 and 7 o'clock tomorrow night building by next Monday, and
Khrushchev accused Mao of lived radioactive fallout; a doubted that this nation will ev.er his gavel. Finally Kitchell
at Naples Senior Ugh School. the winning bidder will be required -
wanting to take over Soviet "death ray," possibly a highly again find a man \line Gold managed to untangle his legs Four courses at the present to move the bungalow
territory. The Japanese said concentrated, Intense beam of water who Is "willing to gamblehis OK'dCity
City from the overturned chair, time ire scheduled to be given away within two weeks.
Khrushchev told them the So. light; a neutron bomb that political career on a stand
he resumed his seat In Naples. They are elementary
Wood said "It will be advan
vtet Union hates war and would destroy life without dam. Goldwater later praised Home
doesn't want to use Its new aging structures In the target for "a rare display of political Council In session this Later, during s recess, Kit- accounting, general psychology, tageous" to have the com
beginning Gregg shorthand
the chair
weapons, but "if you live among area, or some major advance in courage" morning starred final approvalon chell said"That's" not business communications. Full munity-center parking lot project -
wolves, you should howl like a chemical or germ warfare Horne said the young Denu the 1964.6' budget totalling I'm used to, He switchedthe college credit will be given for let at the jam time! as
wolf. The Japanese said Khrush. crats planned to carry their $1,054,161 the first $1 million one that threw him for the courses. similar John, such as a parkIng -

Khrushchev made no mentionof chev did not say specifically ouster move to the Democratic budget In the history of the city. similar chair at the prosecu- If any one Is Interested In any ( lot behind City I(all,street-
the West during his discus that the new Soviet weapon Is caucus In October."If Council also voted 9-mill\ tax tor's desk. Once again Kitchell other courses, it has been sug.gested edge parking on the west and
slop of new weapons, the Japan. nuclear, but they understoodhim a majority of the Demo. levy on the total assessed val. settled back--but not too far. by officials of the college east sides of Cambler I lark,
ese reported.He to mean that. They said aft. cratlc members of the house say uatlon subject to tax reaching The trial proceeded without that they should go to the local additional airplane parking

told them that Soviet er telling them of It, he dls. that I shouldn't serve, I'll makeno $68,399,470. further Incident. high school during the regUtra. space at the airport, and -
military men and scientists on cussed the need to use nuclear attempt to take the chair," Final adoption followed a read. tlon period tomorrow night and off-street parking lots paving behind
Monday had showed him 'toew energy for peaceful purposes. he said Ing of a number revisions made register for the course they do. the bus station and
by Council in the original builget sire. If enough people are Inter, near

. . . . . . . . .' . . ee> ee> e eee> e e <. . . e . . . . . e submitted by City Manager Vince add. Killing Frost sated In the other courses, an the The fishing manager pier. said It Is the
total of 4 OOOwu
Wood. A $ attempt will be made to give
ed to the original document, while them City's Intention toget this work

I : r Three More Seek Queen's Crown i iI deletions and reductions broughtthe From MidwestTo First classes will be hell at done so that tourists coming
original figure down $41,935, the Naples Senior High School here during the winter season
for a total change of only $3,565. tomorrow night will not be Inconvenienced.
The minor change In the total New EnglandBy
enabled Council to hold the tax
down to the 9.mill levy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The $30,000 a '(led for street Killing front blighted vegeta.
surfacing and reconstructionwas tlon In sections of the Northeast
noted as the largest In. today w fc 11 e temperatures
crease Inserted In the budget by shrank to record lows for the

Council. This, Mayor Archie dale In many cities.
i Turner explained In the public Most of' New York State was
hearing was "in the Interestof coated by'' frost that was be.
I I economy." Another Item of lleved to have damaged late
$10,000 was inserted for the ar. fruit and vegetable crops,
I qulsltlon of land, and the two acc The mercury dropped to 2J

counted for a major portion of degrees In Motit|..ller, Vt., to 26
II W the Increase In Oneonta. and Elmira, N.Y., r& I
I An advertising and promotion. and Pellston and Alpena,

u I t al program for the City of Na. Mich., 27 In Concord, N.H'l 28
pies got a boost from $15,000to In Portland Maine, and 29>< In riijn M
$20,000 In the Council revls.ed Plttsfleld, Mass

,, !\f budget Many other communities had
b J ... Major decreases were In ItemsOf somewhat higher leadings thatestablished
Jf. t;. 4t, salaries which could be re. new lows for Sept
t duced by installation ol IBM 16 n
1 '" f' ,.Jf. I Among them the 44 In Bos.
-- - machines which will. reduce the"- ton and the 4) In New York
BETTY DECKER KATHY RYAN NANCY FISHER number of clerical personnel, City.
and In the amount budgeted for
If the sudden splurge of Interestin mint, water skiing and square pie, states Mrs. Thelma Hodges, operation and maintenance of .
Naples' annual Swamp Buggy danr Ing. She is the daughter of chairman of the Jaycee Wives equipment.City x .twe.
Queen contest continues at Its Mr. and Mrs Uoyd Hill. sponsored affair To be eligible, Manager Wood comment Gladys Picks Up

present clip, there's likely to Another new entrant Is Kathy girls must be 16 years of.age Ing after final action said he
be a record number of beaut Ryan, a student at Edison Junior and be unmarried. They must was "flattered" that Council had Strength AgainMIAMI
ful young ladies competing for College In Fort Myers. Kathy Is also have a sponsor. accepted his budget proposal with

the title this year the daughter of Mr. and Mrs "No entry fees or sponsor only minor changes, and const (AP-'Harrlcane I
'To date, six comely, shapelyand T.F. Ryan of Guilford acres and fees are needed In this con. dered It "a vote of confidence' Gladys picked up strength againin
poised young hopefuls have is sponsored by the Pilot Club. test," states Mrs. Hodges "Na. In his budget preparation. the Atlantic Ocean and con r
already entered the popularity She enjoys tennis and Is an avid pies has more than Its share of He noted, however, In point. tlnued today to whirl at 10
sweepstakes with Indications all reader. lovely girls and we are out to lug out that 139 out of 140 city miles an hour on a westnorth.west .

pointing that persons casting fin. The youngest contestant to find them. The queen as well employees all had received sa. course f
al votes for the winner Oct. of lary Increase In keeping A forecast turn to the north.
on date, Nancy Fisher, daughter of as a number runner-ups win with
ober 31 will find the situation Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Fisher of bo honored during all Swamp added duties and responsibilities ward did not materialize. Top
bit of a teaser and one that 565 Coral Drive Is almost 11 Buggy weekend festivities" M the city grows that "One em. winds whirling around the eye
also requires a lot of doing.Latest of A ,senior at ployee," Is paid al a rate built up from 75 to 83 miles an
years age Nap.
to of The contestioses October lower than the 1959 hour. Gale winds whipped over
join the ranks lee. High, she expects to eontln. salary paid
entrants Is 23 and the Queen will be crown. the Individual the an area 100 miles In diameter.
vivacious<< Betty Dec. u. with her studies In college holding peal.lion (NEA Telephoto)
ker a blonde senior ed at a Coronation Ball at the at that time." Gladys was centered at II a.
blue-eyed next year. Horseback riding and 23.0 SCHOOL( BOYCOTT-White parents were Involved in two-
at Naples Beach Club Hotel on Halloween Wood m. (EST) near latitude a
High School. Betty apparently was
who Is sponsored by the Palm water skiing are her favorite night, October 31. All girls In. ring to, a reduction in his refer north, longitude 604 west, 500 day boycott of the nation's largest school system In New
Pharmacy, la just 17 years-old, bobbles. Nancy is sponsored by rested In entering the eon. quest for his salary of $1 ,000 miles northeast"- A San Juan, York City in protest against a pupil transfer plan. Photo
Civil Patrol.
an ardent outdoor sports fan the Naples test are asked to contact Mrs. which was reduced by Councilto Puerto Rico, and 1,270 miles shows the scene as the pickets paraded before a Queens
and particularly cups swim. Rules of the Contest, are' aim. Hodges at MI 2.4647. $12 Ron east of Miami school.t .

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Revenue FromOff.Street I ell's hands by November 1.

I Strike Talk Threatens A Joint Council-parking com

LotCity Viet CoupSurrender mtttee gathering is set for September .

28 In the new commun

C ounclli en aced his ity center. Committee chairman

I Uneasy Railroad Peace morning to Insure hai pui' James Bell Indicated that one of

chase ol land ncai" the pier to the topics will\ be of a meansto

off-street parking \\ ill he ''I.! provide parking, such as t
\VS1IIGTONP( ) New The emergency board recommended .
parking authority.
at)'11.0 t.ilk threatened tlllt.t\< tl1( a tl\e->ear guaranteeof nanced largely, If not, ei'lid), 510011'1: XamP) -
Fifth Ave.
I.r.k, the nation unE'JIratl, present i 118) to any ahui by revenues produced f fin I hi.I Brig Gen. Urn Van Plut the. nue Ingram must be warned allowed that to properly

t"id 1 labor peace that loll owed '011'10\|' e whose waff are parking area. ii'l mci' interior mmistei whooiStaiuzed
last April' xti aordlnan White, re.in..PC) and flve.\ear guarantee The r\,'o ordinances rc at iuto the aixjnne ,.,'UI:' last develop from its. present ompo
sit Ion of "one storv crackerbox
(douse", settlement.A ot 60 i per rent of monthl\ buying a 201, by 15 .1" Suncm, dir cohered to goer "
A4 buildings. If there Is long
different. set of union are ayes for .tna man who loses tract In the Pines Mock: ju; Intel ,luthoittlet III Saipon to. to make
term planning adequate
Involved this time but the basic Ins job. end to tie
east of the pie, veic passed niglt b..llllhli11 parking available merchants
Issue is the tame demands A ban on an) strike that One 'dl- c'isis lor the time beincPlut .
on second reading. 01 "start another Fifth Avenue .
for job protection$ In an Industry, automatically went Into effect was oneof III'I!' "1'.11 lebfloiiuers ma>
authorizes to
nance City somewhere else he said.
yith drastically declining em. when the President appointed nil;\ \I ltliclie" ulththeli
It the other authorizes asked the Cltv
Ingram ans.
buy 40
pic vment. I the emergent board expired ticKips and tanks to M Tho.
The 190.000 members of six last week borrowing 547,500 to pay for mlWs smith of Saigon. Jitei the wei the question, Does the CIIIrel..d
It. The ordinances provided The off,street parking as ,a n
FL.cto railroad shop unions This Is similar to the situation our' collapsed Mondav
reportedly are ready.tawtlk out last April when all strlke-delay. that the money would come Saigon R.adll'J.'II..d todatint essential function 01 govein

'j.1ondat. Although a' manage. Ing measures under the Railway' from other than ad valorem .. .- II lie dll licit sin'lender to Sil m.nt1" He said the means tcsohe

orient spokesman said no lormal Labor Act had expired| ( and taxes !gnu:: juthoiitles. the' poveminentwould the ttoblpm lies In creitlon .

o strike notices had been served. Johnson asked five train operating But Car: Hoffmann pointedout CLEANUP ON S POT Wnrkrs ar. d"'lrftd by I 9at rOAU statse taken. "' not be tMpoimiM lot of of.i eminent puking authoritx with
"Unless there's some agreement unions to sit down his ." ilplit domain. High
voluntarl.ly that If cigarette-tax or license down for rip"| lAd a cleanup ,0 JohlllA..b r". SO"UI Afrc, II 'Ion. of 1"0 of gadmemorial saiePlut \ nov talking, stinctuies kwantown
they don expert to be atjWork with government mediators heard the I bioacdl 1 III (
fees are to be used In .elld ov.rloo""g, the cly, They are I tbute to "' ork by ihi Afr''A' gold m.r., 'ate just around the cor
Edward J. In White
Monday said the
House. That dl. buying the land, It Is merely MTho and eanue to Silpon. "'
JCarlough, spokesman for one of spate was settled Aorll 22 after Also .'..existed sunwulei SCKMI tier pipdlcleet.
:,the unions. 13 straight day of virtually get'Ing around the requirement was jnnthet olllc'ei. on the want. Owners who fall short of meet

"We should be given 72 hours roun.111 ing parking requirements should

notice."' commented chief rail. The six shop unions InvolvedIn :\on-prope: tax revenues White Boycott Won't Affect Ford Strike Cia Dlnh, 'I'ou luce Col. Mini be assessed b)' the parking au.thol'Ur .

road negotiator J. E. Wolfe In the current dispute are the within the general fund help to Mlnh TrJII!::. In a ratio of number, of

boston. "I have not been told Sheet Metal Workers Intern reduce the intllage he said. Ph101.1 the filth (" '11': leader parking spaces shoit of each

that they have set a strike tlonal Brotherhood of BoilerMakers "I want to be sure there Mil to Sill 1'11111'1' to the fcnoniment owner's leqiiirenieiit, Ingramsuggested

date." International Astoria be .revenues from these lots," Integration Says School HeadNEW Set Friday ind to l La,' i 1'1.11'1'(1 umlei. .1 n I. : ,

Other railroad sour es said tlon of Machinists Brotherhood Hoffmann told City .Attorney rest Call Hoffmann wondered

there was no question Hut a of Railway Carmen, Interna. David Splngler. So the attorney (AP) The I tiansferred shill not !send Alieadv'c'etlined vi e Ma). ulipthor: Mm' fill should rnnllnnoto ' -

strike by shopmen who main. tlonal Brotherhood of Electrical agreed to draw up a resolution two-das' white bojcott of \tork's the children to srhotl, until tin\ DI TROIT (.IP1 The United Cen. Duong!:: V'.m 011" 101'm>'" "I legald Fifth ,U-enuc, I; as "(j heonl ;

Uln railroad equipment would! Workers and International to at the next \ public schools will have ju returned to their neKhboi.: Uiio U "iKeis l'lIhl1l tail set 4th Colic r"I1\III.\IIdl'l': Ceil \' place In Naples to shop."

halt most of the nation's trains, Brotherhood of Firemen and present Council's no effect on the integration hood schools .1 i xtilki' ilt .Killne III i I 10 .,.nI. lluinh Van Ton foimei "Hi 1 Dl 1. HP noted that their" are several

precipitating a national emergency -Oilers. meeting, expressing program, says scluxl, Sup There Is no legal segregation EST I i rld"l .11' the Foul MoI vision oninimlei, 11110'i ..tI",1. shopping! dlslilcls In cities elicit
like the one that caused Intent to make the lots revenue- Calvin E. Cross In Nework, but racial pal ( Co. in new contra' I luipjiu to return to S\lfon nun M\ as M, Laueieidilo. "Is It In the
president Johnson to step In last producers. "We are going ahead with our teins In housing hive made Inc Th'l1'11"1' ",,1.\1 t C"I.JI"'II\ constinipis' inteiesl jam them

,/spring. LBToiT "I'm opposed to the whole plans without the slightest some schools neail all-Negin I'.\W Pieiildintalter 1'. Illeu Nghli. 1'11I11I.111,11'1 i eil the into one shopping area" he ask.

Carlough organization direr thing" Joel Kupcrberg said Change," he said Tuesday, and others neaili all.\\ hitI' Ki'iilhei annoiiiH eel 1 the deailline rebel aimoi: .11111 Brig. Gen ed
,,lor of the Sheet Metal Workers' "I don't think we know what second and final day of the Negro chlldipn nuke up just just before etiteilng the Duonp Ngoc L.1HI ion nut' 11I.11. Joel I\IIPI'I'I"1'1: : w"l1Ilpl''d'hl'.

international. Association said we're doing." And he voted demonstration against forced over a qua l'l..r of the school ba guile ro"m.Ve 01' of Saigon tier the multl.ston cciniiiercialbuibiting ,
all six shop unions I had "agreedto of system enrollment The ....tin'n ol Ton t t" Sign III rioilcla Is on HIP way
) against the two Pines Block busing pupils Improve "\ ..ire. i leiuied to Ji In with
take a united stand." To MeetPearson oidlnances. He also voted racial balance In the schools, The most controversial put or the ('UI1lI'.IIl\ In good I.Htli to resolve Vlltuallended, Ic'.'DM Ih,it I le'M out Fifth Upline's main CUIl1I''e|'

There has been no report> of against the ordinance authorizIng : Gross said the boy colt would the Board of Fducatlnn's lute the questions that are still remnants inlplit In i to ciuiil/f titlon SPPIIIS lo be liopliig' CPU.ters .

(progress in negotiations since a of 90 150- cost the school system about gratlon plan is tie pairing of unsettled" Heather said a lIew IVWCM puli. U liul IHIMIfeaied cllnsblhl'uf IlnlA.sul'') build

(. residential emergency board foot purchase a by $1.8 million In future state aid, four largely Negro schools with Although Fold has offeied the Ton i\nl, otln-m nilplittii inps People want to dilvt right,

!last month recommended
damn protection for shop men Ing behind the bus station. figures. largely white Pupils attend package the UAWacce|>ted a 1'1'.1.'hll'll, Milt )u-t M, illi ul Inert'am pointed out lint he vis.uillM'S .
,who lose their Kuperberg was the lone dissenter In of the , '. ,, '
Jobs or are There were more parents some grades one from Chi\sler last week, Saigon in autonomous AI cDuiing using his tcpcoiidflooi foi
j/noved to lower paying jobs due WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. on all three votes. picketing Tuesday than Mon. palled schools and the rest In Reuther Slid theie still weie the ,1.11., l'n'lIIh'I' sl III'' "(gl' spile1, aol latPl fol' of.

mff> hnologlcal! changes. dent Johnson embarking on his Councilman Goodloe McDow. day but absences dropped' from the other school. question! to I* settled on such Klunh and othei' top 111111'.1 IK flees. Sue'Ii use should I not I''qllla'p

Sweeping changes In equipment first major trip of the campaign ell broke a ]long-standing per- 273,633 to 233,300, Normal daily This feature affects about 2,. matters as wage Inequities te. lonfeneil: 01.,1:,, lexhullli1, I Ih,' as iciaty puking blares a.s llrM.flooi .

and operations that char season, rack up a couple of sonal precedent early In the absenteeism in the rnllllonpuptlystem 300 pupils, with 1,000 of them lief t'me! for assemhlv\ line mllltai)' "Olhll'III,1, stiinti i stole' with ,,1I1"III''IIIulli, )'| )

wI l3) cut railroad employment firsts today by touching meeting by voting In favor of Is 100,000 traveling by bus. The school workers, and produl'lhlll'sl..nd. Phat denounc Klianli as a in and out III a rUII".lId! sii'eaiii
) ave been a of labor foreign soil and by traveling In board the trips last 10 the nation In broad '.
source an oversized sign request. Police reported pickets at 194 says ards.I traitor to a Hoifmaiin: sail p miin;; the
Jrktton In the Industry for a foreign plane. McDowell has been a vigorous schools, compared to 150 on minutes cast Sunday after his fortes virloiitp to Inci':mi might i'lilltit'

1years. Johnson who will be gone Monday, a gray, chilly day seized Saigon! Piesinnalilj IIP way for otlipi I Filth Avpniie,
from two defender of the City's sign ordinance : ; ; II
Washington day on a
Leaders of the two virtually I( faces moie severe luau siaiiua'nt OWIHIM and nun'ch.in)t to ness
Western foray labeled nonpolltl. and Its size maximums. all-white parent groups that than the others. the.Ir plans fur idditlon, "itii'soil

:labor Bus cal by the White House, files But this morning McDowell sponsored the boycott said they Lojalist &t'IIE'I'1I11I In Saigon,, downtown buildings
first to Great Falls Mont, to be joined In a unanimous affirmative were pleased by the outcome. I NOON STOCKS appeared to 1 be e\eitlnic Iliac

picked up by Prime Minister vote' favoring a varianceof They have said they are not control over govei'nnii'iil, cleveU

Lester B. Pearson of Canada. 159 square feet In the big against Integration but only opmeiit!* than Klianh hlinsilf Threat Made

Crash Kills The two men were to fly to wall sign for the new Sunshine against methods that tend to Air !'orce Commodore' Njnjen
'IORK AP- Sltl kll at
Vancouver British Columbia, NEW ( noolll
Market and Hardware building. destroy the neighborhood-school Cao Ky appealed to 1 Ix tlio kc')'
aboard the prime minister'sAmerican.inade Ford 571,1AUlsChal
lM Jetstar trans The sign measures 464 square concept 221,1 FrmslDa t2 1 PRR 3814 mat Against BarryIn

port twin to the Air Force feet, with 305 allowed. Rosemary Cunning chairmanof Alcoa 64'. Fr'plSul 42/s PE'pColoi 57'aAmAir K)', however, said dU&ldont
: the Parents and Taxpayers leaders still at large vtetp not
::5ix 10 Saved craft frequently used by the McDowell said Sunshine own- Coordinating Council, said the U Frul'hTr 333 PhllMor an, strong enough to stage a MIcessful <'. St. PeteST.
President In his American er Don Wynn, as a ]longtime AmCan U51. C'nDyn 351k PhlllPE't 54t1AmCyan
would seek state fot '
council now a coup Calling apuigcof
travels. merchant deserved 58 Ct'nIl 87% RCA 315,
aj FORT PIERCE (AP) Six Naples law to define the neighborhood South Viet Nam's' officer PETERSBURG (AP-Po.
Veterans around the White AmM 171/2 a.'nFds 90' RPpStl SOt .
building to.
consideration The new said
farm workers drowned today school and assure its existence. corps to weed out "comit| and lice. Chief Harold Smith
House could remember no ATilT 681/ Cit>nMlIls tl% Revlon 3iJ!
and 10 scrambled to safety Is set well back from Ihe She also said parents of children : 4 divisive" members, he said five day special precautions were
: 431
,when a collision 00 a raln.swept previous occasion on which an Tanilaml Trail, between First who have been Involuntarl.WEATHER COnMlrs OVI 4 ReyTob couimandnrs 'involved ::111. UK) takeiu to protect .Senv Barry
Anaconda 41,4 '
American president agreed to Goodrich e71, SIRe"P 3111
and Second North. Utn, ousted and here yesterday afteran
toad knocked their truck into a Avenues !52' rebellion had Goldwater
travel aboard an airplane of a Armour 47n/. Oood'r 45i 112 Seaboard :, threaton
canal. 1211 he believed 9 or I 0 1 llI'r 11111"1'oCCla'r. anonymous telephone
foreign government n"brock 35 Orl'yhnd 22% Sears I IDelhStl I
Survivors said the vehicle had Sind air t JiBOt.'lng should joMa the presidential nominee'slife.
U OutfOIl e7
.been carrying 18 persons to Johnson's meeting with Pear. CongressmenGet 112% IlItllarv 8Ha Socony 813Bor /, ]. Cen Duong Van Due, .
work on a fruit and cattle ranch son was arranged ostensibly to High Low Pr 6:13Drunswk : /, who took over leadership of tin, Smith said a male caller told
taear Fort Pierce. jointly commemorate impleni.entatlon Bad News Albany cloudy 64 M 13', coup In Us latter stage and tiiisurrendered police a hand grenade would be
81. lilt 3H. SperryR
Victim Included the driver, of an American-Cana Albuquerque, cloudy 71 54 .00 Pap StBrnnd 76% to K) was roport.ed thrown at Goldwater who dellv.
CaterTr 35
% Jom's&
.foley Pinkney, 41, of Fort dian treaty aimed at orderly Albuquerque cloudy 71 34 .09 C.'I.IIIl'se SIONJ 81114 under virtual house artist In ered a major address at Al
6GS KaisAI 323$
Pierce development of the Columbia On Meal Costs Atlanta clear 80 CO Chrysler 6113, Kon'cutl 88% Studebak 6 5CocaCol.a /. Saigon. Lang Field.
The other victims were Sadie River Basin. It also providessome WASHINGTON (AP) Patrons .-Blsmarik, cloudy 69 38 1333 Ug&My 8314 Swift 51% K)' said five generals: t xilttl to "It sounded like a kid stunt

;&. Benjamin whose husband campaign-season expo. of the House of Repre Boise, clear 73 51 Coinid !54i i 113 l.och'd 38% Texaco 80l','. the mountain city of Dalai oftc'IKhanh and we were not overly con.

.Shelly was among those who sure In a nonpolitical light Bttiitatlves' dining rooms gen t Boston, clear 69 44 ConEds! 921/2 Lorlllnd 43I Thlokol i3ConiCan ;, sel/ed power last Janu. cerned," Smith said, "but we
escaped Ann Davis tAlUs Mae The chief executive's trip I should not lie allowed to alert to the possibility.
some bad new today. Buffalo, cloudy 37 33i 49'_ M..i'vox 28% UCarb 1241'4DuwChl' ary were
Hunt, Lemmon Jones and Tuesday to politically doubtful While the taxpayers pick u| Chicago cloudy 62 31 '72 MM&M !Sal's UnltAlrc !56'eduPont return to duty as Khanh had "There were only a few places

James Neal, all of Fort Pierce Florida was his second in five the tab for an estimated operating :Cincinnati, cloud 83 M M 2G91'2 MOIIII'tO 815. UnFrult 211/2 Indicated they would where a grenade could have

Eugene D. Solomon, 49, oft12l6 days loss of $240,000 this fiscal I Cleveland cloudy 62 46 fAL: 2714 MonlWd 311'. USSI"I'I 61% K)' said the five, all MippolUers ( been thrown and we took extra

Indian River Drive) Tit. Republican\ National Chair. year, the diners will have to pa]r Denver, clear 67 51 .20 F.KKIJk lZ84: N..IDJlr 8or', UnlvM.lt lH of Maj. Cen Diuinf Van precautions there."

lusvllle, Identified as driver of man Dean Durch lost no time In more for their food. Des Moines, rain 66 55 .01 Firentona'\ 42'. .1tD\.t\ 27"% WE'stiEI 3n.f'l.lPW Minh, South Viet Nam'x figur,'. The threat may have been the

the automobile, said "I don't labeling the "nollpolltlcal"Juurney The cost of the No. S lunch, Detroit cloudy 59 44 014 N.AmAvlI! Win Dix 37'' head chief of state, wcie ''obso.lete reason why a tall teen-ager car.

know how It happened. It was "an Improper" use of commonly known as the Blue. Fairbanks, M M M f'l.lP&L 18 Pl'nnE'! !T98 Woolwth 27112G unnecessary) and iniapa tying a box was grabbed by police .
raining. I Just wish It hadn't taxpayers' money. lie said plater will go up from 90 centi i Fort Worth, cloudy 89! 63 .17 bl!'." as he approached Goldwa.

happened" Johnson's speech to the Mancht. to $1.13 next January and th,t Helena clear 73 42 "The must Iw kltkid out," ter's car near the entrance to

Solomon escaped! Injury. No fists Union convention was customary dessert will be re,. Honolulu, M MM he declared the field.

.Serious injuries were reported "purely political and sought to placed by a tossed salad Indianapolis, Cloudy 84 53i '' Now is tlit time "for Mimic. The box contained only candy

among farm workers who escaped gain votes" for the President, The price of the home-curee i Jacksonville, tlear 84 64I : :. ,>\\, honest, capable and Idealisticmen but the boy resisted police and

the tragedy, At Miami Beach the machln. corned beef meal will be hlket I Juneau, M M M ;" t. to 1 lie await of their was taken off the field In hand.

The truck, owned by the Pea 1st* gave Johnson a big greeting from 93 cents to $1.23, Includini[ Kansas City, cloudy 78 63 .08 : i! responsibilities," said Ky, who cuffs. Four other youths who

cock Fruit and Cattle Corp., and and he plugged for a stronger the standard potato salad Los Angeles, cloudy 77 61 ; :; is 34 joined In the disturbance also

the six bodies were recovered Social Security program which [xnilsvllle, cloudy 83 56 / ar 'vvF lie sold the governnuit, must were taken to Jail. The five
from 18-foot depth In a 75Joot. would Include medical care for 1 subs and the Seattle Chambeof I Memphis, cloudy 87 64 be turned over to Chilians' were released after question.

wide canal called locally the the elderly Commerce Miami, cloudy 87 76 1.50 within the next month mid a Ing.

"Rim Ditch Then the President flew 20C I I Thursday Johnson will\ go t,( Milwaukee, loud> 51 43 half, as promised b)' Khanh. Seventy St. Petersburg officers .

miles north and stopped off en i Portland for a breakfast speech 1 MI'Is..SI.P.|' cloud 601 were assigned to guard

route back to Washington at; then to Sacramento Calif., I''( New Orleans clear 88 64 Goldwater and several off.duty

Cape Kennedy. He Inspectedsome I I see Democratic Gov. Edinuit I New York, clear 75 48 Tampa patrolmen also were

of the space facility and I I C. Brown and make a III"et'l I 0\.1.1.\ City, rain 66 60 1 .23 brought over by Goldwater

plugged for the administration'sspace i from the steps of the! slat,1 Omaha, cloudy 63 57 .00 CouncilBusiness party to "Slst.Inherited .

fi program. Capitol Philadelphia clear 80 54
After his flight to Vancouver Aides to Johnson said posMt! 1 1i ,' Phoenix clear 91 68

with Pearson, Johnson and the i other stops on the return fllglii I Pittsburgh, cloudy 69 47

I prime minister drive to Elaine, from Sacramento to Waslilnftoi I 'Ptliid Me, clear 64 38

Wash., a border town, for the i. would be announced In Snit!' Ptlnd, Oie, cloudy 75 43 Fortune

In the Interest of throat treaty ceremonies. Then the)' There have been rumoi sof poisli 1 I Ii Ru.Id City, clear 78 50 20 The first reading of the pro. Of $3 Million Dies
ptrt and the President files or i ble appearances In Denver ani '' Richmond clear 79 49 posed zoning ordinance schedul. ;
nsF,. go'prl mnsr: MaltaHa ed for this 's session
to Seattle for an evening speetf i at the National Plowing Conies''St. Louis, cloudy 82 61 Worth
Jackson prefers Only $5.00
pickle of the Council was postponed un.
by three local unlver. Dakota.
sponsored In North .Sa1i Lk Citclear 75 40
juice for tonal tunrup til the October 7 meeting of the
Eon Diego cloudy 72 &45..n
Tony Bennett leans to board. NEW: HJltKl( ') CI.'I'
clear 82 34
orange Juice for the same Fran clear 71 55 This action was taken in orderto M. \ouilt, Jr. i hfilte I ,''iat

result, quaffing I' Seattle give City Attorne David Spin latin i',rtuie ol H nillli" i 1//
I quart cloud 80 74 49!
Tampa, )
gler and City Manager: Vince 1930.
before each performance pi Washington, clear 83 S3
Wood time to seek opinions of lie was
A Spike Jones album sa Winnipeg\ M M II3lMissing HI worth $5 when,, he net I
the legality of the ordinance. of lubetes last April|, C at 17,
tinning the percussion ) In the length discussion of arronhng t() pa, :"rs filed will,

erase, \lints curb titles si .. ,. the document. CouncUman Bob his,l..'.. roiirt,
="""" -= .
"The 11812 (herturt", --_ .-- I \ > \ Uti'i'"' ri//, "i'',,"" Combs remarked that possibly Tue"lay. --- -- n

"Ma and I's Kettle Drum" ---------I I ar! KM: I I.llI'.hli.i'i I'' Nuuvc.n Klunh kit ivn there can never be unanimityof Vouijht, UII'
and "Quartet From Rllor. ',iti ii II ,' immnt iitir an dtteniptiil Council opinion, "even legal ale a leading
void| ,, II'
mortis" . rianoman GREAT DAY COMINGSEPTEMBER extra days I I H. I I..' I I ,i: II' ,'rtl'r'I In South \ utain: opinions" on every Item In the his last two .ears, Miet' ,In j Jail most i '" I
I I t\| UUIII1..111 Minh ului It'a proposed zoning ordinance. 1.llln .
Errol Garner speaking of ls ji, i I' -I. i. i II tc ,I.t'. J2V a vet .,IImoi .

the lalrM album bearing 3'a I 'TII.I 1 ",It"" lh, ..\i ." ,lru\._I, xxx .

Ms name scrap, describes from It the si"moNtlr f.i} @Da \\1001! ( ) [ V extra ports, --------------- Supreme Signs was given Coun. The-S.1 ( omrti will tit ri

cutting-room floor" . NAPLES ell approval to erect a steel build. con clesniike
? xotla
A fine Instrument is FLY Ing on 10th Street South at Cen. e
very Important at the He- .. MIAMI tral Avenue,. on a temporary ba. dffk of the few remain]
sis. The building to be used for int. brand nr. 1901 Comets
inning of a career. MakeIt 24 extra cost.Ask
equipment storage and additional .t I 101K prle-eV 2.tar
a piano or . .
organ work space will have to comedown "arrant)" or 21000 miles
New Year Schedule
Round Daily
and make your selection In October 1961
10 .
us about up 37's months to pay
from the large array here XXXA
.I VAN DER VEER MU. American President Lines Naples To Miami one.)ear extension of sub.

SIC CENTER. 1)4) '
St. Phone MI 2-6632. I INGRAM the Orient Units 2 and 3, was granted. This

Miami To Naples followed a recommendation by I
S..h"I'.I li,m IK r'"e"Cl/LI.I'I'" dev.
U PKtS'Df' CUYLA OCT ;s 'J 900: AM 2: 15 PM 5.00 PMConnrrtioiii Manager Wood who reported -
IS MfJiOftt mjOSCVtlT non o.I" IlOtNIHIUCN elopers had shown good faith In -
Van Der Veer i iI
CHEVROLET INC. nov 21 It I and Rtwrvstiont to point in the world completion of proposed Improve.
,....C,m .M..f !........stnNaples I any
In.-m '. ..MI :I ments. Collier
Music Center I II NAPLES AIRLINESNaples XXX County
I 130 Ninth St., No. Phon Ml 2-5105 A public hearing on proposed
' 1'1' _" Concourse I Miami Airport
'A.'I Airport
Ntplti Shopping CenterPh. assessments for Installation of Motors Inc.
: Travel Agency Inc : Ml 2-J4S4 NE t-ll1l sanitary sewer In District 3 Is ,

MI 24632 I m 888 Fifth Ave South ''I City Ticket offw :Naples" Travel Agency 4 Conors scheduled for tomorrow, ,,Thurs. '* Tii MI 211 ISI: at 8 a.m In City Hall
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.t, W.d Sopt.ti.bw ,U 3

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Mr. and Mrs. Ross
JANE MARTIN "Suprisp was perhaps the A.
By most used i word here on the McClenahan went to Miami
Island ,during the first two weeksof Monday for two days of shopping
this month Monday, Labor and sight seeing
This and the next column or so will be about the Day Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mrs. Jack Grayson and son
missed Sriilotgave a suprlse birthday arrived home with Mrs. Robert
current college students. I am afraid I have several
part: in honor of L.L. "Doc" Burney this week. Mrs.Crayson1,
for which I am sorry. But believe me, they are an Loa, h's birthday. Present wares Mrs. Burney's daughter drove

active group, and it takes a bit of doing to catch them. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cupps, Mr. her down and she and her sos
Florida State University in Tallahassee attracts its and Mrs. P. J. Valentine, the will\ return home today. The
guest of honor and his wife, residents of the Island are all
share of young people from Naples. Diana Sargent Is in I Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Loach, and Ilad to see Mr*. Burney back'

her second year. She went back early, August 30th, I "' the host and hostess Mr. and The couples bowling teatr
A P Mrs. John C. Sthlotr. starts next Sunday Representing
be This
to a member of the sophomore council. Is an
The word "suprlse" rang out the Isles of Capri will be Mr.
honorary club formed to assist incoming freshman girls. \E\: Rudlo Telephotos/ again on Friday, September 11, and Mrs. Al Tatu and Mr. and

During the summer Diana worked at The News. COUNCIL OPENS-Pope Paul celebrates Mass with bishops archbishops and cardinals from all parts of the world at when Mr and Mrs AI Tatu Mrs. Dick Jurek.

Erin Rice Is in her junior year at State. She is the the opening of third session of the Ecumenical Council in Rome. James Francis Cardinal :Mcintyre of I.osngeles., and hosted Mrs.a partIn Dirk Jurek's honor fifteenth of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson
moved Into their new home thfweek
daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. John Rice, who along with pictured at right was taken 111 during the opening cereironyBeginners' wedding anniversary. Guests Also moving Into their

their other daughters, Pam and Lynn, moved here this 'at the path Included Mr. and new home last week were Mr.
Mrs. Jack Ippen, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jack looen. '
summer from Jacksonville. Erin spent the summer as a Carl Larson Mr. and Mrs. Dick
The Bookmobile will be her
Class KennedyHas
member of the Youth Leadership team at the Methodist Record Attendance Marks Larson and sons, Keith and Kurt, today, Sept. 16.
Youth Camp In Leesburg. First Day At Mr. and Mrs. Bill\ Humphreyand
In Dance John and Call, Mr. and Mrs.
Janet Brack also Tallahassee for her Square
returned to
r Catholic School Dick Jurek and daughters Judy,
junior year. Janet, the daughter of the Ted Bracks, Is M. Ann Parents MeetingThe Linda, Jails and Diane, and Mr. Health Department
starts Tonight s NEW YORK (AP) The Paul Wlmhell and daughters,
the tri-mester short time from
on so only a
spent away
Convent of the Sacred Heart, a Joanne and Peggy A good time Warns Of Rabies
school this beginners class In has been Catholic school for girls, has a
summer. square Calling on all parents to unite equipment bought and was had b\ all.Mental .
The Ingram twins, Diane and Patricia, are among dancing will have Its second with schools and churches to paid for with funds from the St. new pupil, Caroline Kennedy. In Bats, Raccoons
(lland'tii'hand with her moth
meeting at 8 o'clock tonightIn counter the powerful forces Ann Home and School Associa
others from Naples who attend State. Both girls '
spent er, the 6>>ear>ulJ< daughter of Health
the Shufflers' Hall 950 Cen- which are challenging Amer- tion. The City of Naples generously JACKSONVILLE. bats
part of the summer studying, Patricia at State, and Dianeat tral Ave. ica's traditional moral stan- donated the needed fill the late went President John F.of Board Will Meet and raccoons are being found in
to her first
Edison Junior College, before vacationing in North Those unable to attend the dards.B.E.Fredrickson of East but they ire behind in their achool Kennedy Tuesday. She wore day the Increasing numbers In Floridaand '

Georgia with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Ingram Jr. first meeting, a week ago may Naples new president of St. deliveries" he explained. school uniform, a gra flannel Monday AfternoonThe of /Health this prompted today to the warn State parentsand Board
enter this evening It was announced Ann's Home and School Association Other new officers of the association Eton ja<'ket, matching (ileatedskirt
WORKING IN CAPITAL by Ray Castle, the opened the first who spoke briefly are and a white blouse board of directors of the children pet owners and pets.of the danger to

Larry Ingram graduated in June from Stetson Law Instructor of the class. The meeting of the new school year Thomas Porter 17820th Ave. Some nuns and pupils Collier County Mental Health As. Dr. James B. Nichols, director .
soclatlon will meet Monday Sep.temb
class Is for those who have never with a record first night attendance South vice president) Vern watched from a secimd.storywindow of the Division of
School and is in the of State'soffice Health/ Veterinary
now working Secretary of the school at the r, 21 al 4 p m. al the
square danced and those of over 60 parents Aunt 650 Mooring Line Drive In the Government Public /Health, said most of the'
in Tallahassee.Two who once did,but have forgottenhow Monday evening. last year's president who Is corner of Fifth Avenue and 111 1st Center in East Naples. bats are being found In Central!

of the new crop of young people ready for college they did It. "The goal of training better now serving as I treasurer and Street Caroline's as Caroline aunt,arrived.Mrs. Peter The agenda will Include 1'011mltlPII \* Florida and In this connection He

have chosen Florida State. They are Diane Connollyand Western style square dancing citizens for Naples and America Mrs. Elmer Pettit of 1208 Royal Lawford wife of the actor, and reports and planning for recalled that the first diagnosisIn

Barbara Easterly. Both girls were occupied with jobs will be taught. While this U cannot be reached by schools Palm Drive secretary. Sydney Lawford, 8, accompa. the community survey under Dr. was the made United States of rabid CourU bit
based on the old-fashioned Louis S. Moore. Patient services .
alone nor can It be reached If Committee chairmen appointed nled Caroline and her mother.
the Diane did office work here in town ty In 1953 The raccoons are In
during summer. ,
at Arcadia Slate hospital
It Is ,
country style dancing, only a minority of parents cooperate at the meeting a ret Sydney Is entering the school, scattered of the slate.
and Barbara worked in Miami. different In too. where the council will meet on
many respects. he said. "The time program Edward Dates; membership Dr. Nichols said that any bat
And, speaking of the "new crop", Edison Junior Since the public address system to lick the problems of the Mrs. Jerry Darrell The two gills' moved throughthe October. 7, will also be diaculle.ed. found on the ground "most like1

College In Fort Myers is far and away the most popular was developed,square dancing younger generation Is during telephone Mrs. Jeanette Iver- with chattering groups .Caroline of pupils All directors of the councilare ly Is rabid and should not tie
Is now done In responseto the grade school when public relations Charles apparent ease touched. All parents should wait'
years song
school choice of the of class of urged to attend Monday's
graduates Naples High, entered the second grade Last
precise calls the
given by characters and attitudes are Dallas Reach. meeting, according toCarlClem. children not to pick up any bator
1964. caller over a loud speaker. being formed. This Is the time Mrs. M.P. Bernard will be year classes, at she the White attendod House special titer, president, bird since small children cap*
Among those who are going to E. J. C. are Liz and Basically, there are only for all parents to unite with chairman of the (Ham Dinner. not distinguish between the two.
about 20 basic calls used with the effons of the school and "In addition, pet ownerasho d
Paula Van Wyk. The twins are ready to settle down to Mrs. Thomas Porter will be have their animals Inoculated
variations. After these basicsare churches check the erosionof
to chairman of the annual Mistletoe ]
books after a delightful summer with relatives in New against rabies because we have
learned, a dancer can "
basic he .M.4
go our
principles Dance. No date has been ,
M yt a number of Instances of rabid
Jersey. They also met the Mortland family for several to square dances anywhere In told the members.Two set for eltherevent. The meet- 0 bats bitting dogs and cats Xn

days In New York City. the world and do over 90 per additional air conditioning Ing started at 630 p.m. and v y1",,, animal may be rabid several
Nancy Mortland had a month in Lima, Peru before cent of the figures. These 20 units are being Installed In admission was a "covered days before It actually shows

going to New York. Besides sightseeing, the Mortlands basics are what will be taughtIn class rooms of St.Ann's Schoolon dish" of food per couple. signs of being sick, so there is
this beginners class. Eighth Avenue South making Kwlk-Chek: Market donated the no guarantee that a normally
and Liz and Paula reunioned with Beth Mortland. Beth is Ray Chappell president of )! a total of five units Fred- hamburgers hot dogs rolls, appearing dog or cat may be

living at the Barbizon for Women while attending the the Sunshine Shufflers urges rickson told the group. The paper plates and napkins free of the disease unless It has

(Catherine, Gibbs Secretarial School. that as many of the club mem- Westinghouse reverse cycle bean vaccinated.
So far this there have
bers as possible show up to equipment was purchased with year
Others who will commute to FortMyers are Steph. beenreponiS of"'tr'rabid bate,
assist Castle. In addition,there
funds from the of the
treasury Four From Naples 41 I dog; S cats, -C
anie Blair, Christine Campeau, Wally Fredrickson, Roger will be an Informal meeting of association."We r Vaccoons
wildcats and skunk
Hoffman, David Pease, Kathy Ryan, Barbara and Betty members to plan for an all- do not have the fundsto New Students At act' Rabid,animals, especially wild

Savage, Bill Tead, Ona Tilley, and Linda Williams. night dance on September 26. buy the three more units necessary ".. ones, lose their fear of humans
Florida SouthernLAKELANDfourNAPLES
At least six sets, forty eight to complete the projectbut rr and thus any wild animal which
LARGE GROUP AT SOUTHERN dancers from Miami are expected there Is a desperate need seems tame or sick should not

Karen Kirsebom, Linda Weeks, and Diane Faulkner, on that date, and Fred for them," ne added "While STUDENTS are among the 600- f. / lie handled, Dr Nichols said.
Decker special events director relief from the heat and humid member entering class of new t Raccoons often attack dogswhich
June Naples grads are enrolled at Florida Southern Col. will need the advice and ity Is welcomed by teachers and and transfer students at Florida In turn may bite humans before

lege Diane spent much of the summer with her grandparents assistance of all of the club pupils alike that Is not the pro Southern College for the fall .- showing signs of rabies
there It
in North and Karen in Benton members who can attend. Once rabies develops,
Georgia, was blem. We need heat In those semester. They aret no cure and death Is certain.
Harbor, Mich. I was not able to catch Linda so don't three classrooms. Last winter Diane Faulkner daughter of However, antUrables shots maybe

know lust what she did with her summer. there were days when the child- Mr. and Mrs.JackC.Faulkner riven Immediately to persotc
Methodist Groups ren sat In coats and sweaters 1226 14th Ave., N.I Karen -- bitten by what Is thought to beTa
Others from Naples who are entering Florida Southern and still were cold. One day Kirsebom daughter of Mr. and rabid animal. Several childrenso

are David Rohaley and Paul Woodward. David fin- Slate MeetingsThe the school was closed. We have Mrs. Peter Kirsebom 94th CASUAL TOP This little boy's sap of fake. grty far this summer have pickedup

ished at Florida Central Academy in June, and Paul graduated Methodist Men of the First to raise $2,000 before the Ave.| Paul R.Woodward,son of lizard ll deilgntd for back. school cloth!. It's pleated rabid bats, been bitten and
have had to take the painful aid
from St. Andrew's Episcopal School. For several Methodist Church will meet at cold weather strikes and we Mr. and Mrs. D.D Woodward 'in soft folds to glee rounded fullness to the crown. expensive shots t
from 1065 Gulf Shore Dr., and DavidA.
are to help
years Paul has been a camper at the Circle f Dude Ranch. the church on Monday evening, hoping get of Josephine "u there Is any doubt or quay
of minded win- son
some the civic Rohaley
21 at 6:30 On
p.m. lion call your county health department
(Continued on 6) Wednesday, September 23, the ter residents." Robinson, 18115th Ave., Read the Want Ads ," Dr. Nichols laid.
page Commission on Education will More than$800 worth of play So. "
meet at 8:30 p.m. ground equipment Is waiting to Florida Southern's total enrollment -

Tomorrow night September be Installed In the St. Ann's numbers 1900 students ,:' :..,.:' ),,,.'':: iJr" ",:,, .;_ ,.-:: :;.
I t. 't
/ J:, ;
17 at 7:30 o'clock In the even School recreational area because from 35 states and 13 foreign > : : : '
log, the Music Committee is promised fill has not countries
scheduled to hold a session. Future -
i been delivered, according to WEEKEND
meetings planned are for
Reverend Bernard Pas- Ever add!
Mickey grated lemon rind
Monday, September 28, when the
W.SC.S. will hold a General tor of St. Ann's Church. "This tiiie cake mix' C) :

Meeting at 10 a.m, and on Wed. \ Thuri. Fri. Sat.

.i nesday Sept. 30 when the Quarterly / s \ Sept. 17. 11 19
Conference will gather at ON SALE t "
7:30p.m. \



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bridal veils originated with
the ancient I Greeks who 1

thought a protection that the for veil the wouldbe bride SALEWomen's 30 Name Brand Swimsuits

against evil spirits flying

around during the marriage ., Were $10.91 to $20.95
1 1I ceremony.

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f; *> Broken Size $1.98 to $5.00 $1.00

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0eA t. \: a../ BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
\ / ashlngton Correspondent
Enterprise Assn
: Newspaper
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,\v.v ,-One" of America's continuing off.
Rome Wasn't Built In A Day, You i shore\\'.\concerns IItiGTO, the- !island mmonvvealth of Puerto RICO, ,sin

approaching a lI1alllr crossroads needs infusions
slllll'1Sll1g power.
The County Commission still Isn't Ib uplifted l'I.'ontll11 but of political and management
of it, It has been our nut IIIIh III more capital ,
tearing down fences in efforts to sUItable III a grossing 'omplexlty
any skills
the flaw be a b Island tax advang
ears -
may led for ) ,
initiate an active and live.wire Port lIurjI'ollill( Ind,lr", .
If a project is of such the malilialld, now requires better techJWfdoi
Authority but in all fairness it must be the {; 1'I lust Impro\l'd |transportation facilities are ancccs
(justify financing by nlral intrgratlon
tooka ; t.hul of mars transit for traffic
acknowledged that commissioners then it seems reasonable ..il" Indildilllt bolt('

step in the right direction last week, the money could be ht"ltltl.d San: Juan obstrvt., .' 01 the I PutMto Hlcan scene sees it

It Is hoped that this first step will develop vate sources There has h \1":\I\'n one\I ho close had no shoes l III \\i'ai' :JW rears ago are now "com

Into a fast trot In the not too distant age of risk capital in plallanjl ahoat t the d.lluulH. of parking their new cars

future Briefly, here is the ;, TIlE; '1111'E\DI\G; \ ; (''\II \M': : I Is also' political' Gox Luis
Commissioners decided to appoint an island's. monnuid( leader since 1940, is
the Port Authority! It is : :Mutton :\lal'll1. the '
hahal'dl begun to
to study the Port Iran i office Puuto Kuan(
advisory committee retiring) ;
Commission this nofabled
County "llIwul figure
hI' like
hal II it III
with unagin( 1\
Authority situation and come up a Port Authority or, if sitting: In the gll\! I'l'lWr'1 house. La Fottaleza
recommendations for action. It Isn't too request appointment of ; The unei: 'not'ship race this tear will be fought pnncipalhIxtvmii '

clear what the commission wants the SuHtarv' ) of Mate Kobuto Sanchez \'Ildla. anointed
the governor These Mum./as: his Successor sand slate in the Pop
committee, which is scheduled to be appointed thIs jinniu 1'1'1'C'lloil'e of the State
ceive no pay for their ular Demoiiatii party, and I Luis "
at Its next meeting, to determine ,
parently, would have honed Itepubluans
but, as any five year old knows, Romewasn't the t dds are said III favor xantlii/ strongly! He reprisouls a
commit county to ruoiilirnud this by
built in day It was only in party Mlu.se diiiiiiiijmeaiipiauil I
be assumed that he Is
iiii uiusnallv large( registration( advantaRpnd cam
May of 1962 that county voters approveda pointment to the Port J pai'iiini: vliiorouslv: aj-alnst: a bjckjiniund/ of IIi years as inliiiute '
Port Authority, touiiMlor and "('hll'l'IIf stall''. to :Munostatihood /,

What "gets the goat" of many Collier do so as a public :; Htpubliians' iii it'll argued! tint their prospects
It is entirely nl uctore'oaId\ bllllllillllJ\lanllhl'I nioimnl M ii nor left the

Countians, including this newspaper, pointed Port Authority patuie Sit in Hie bittli against, Sanchez tlnv aie lautumsHv

is that they literally "tore their shirts"to the and lead to 111 II1l'1 claims.
powder :
oliHivem look fur Simlulo; match the in ulx. M)
the Port act passed by "
Authority .
get pee On the other hand, : '...: ':., ." .. mil df the total voU inn up b\' Munoin 1'M.O! Put
-t. l'( per
local voters This was done because they, ,,, :io!
''' of
may succeed in : { ,,J should In mine \I thus Iliueoi foui points that it might

and this newspaper, sincerely believe that ing fleets that meant so ) 7/ttRR/-' IIIDVI' a Mill blur to the Si.ililiood KqnililK.ins' and produce

an active Port Authority can be of real : a patty uplu.nal) .
in Such a
years past :
service In reviving the seafood industry for other \: MINOA tMUIHH: bv' bipubluan and ollur ihiips: /:

here (Key West fishermen and fish arrange -- that be has held the gusvi'iturship| l>\imd l'I'asIllWbllel1l1l'1'

houses that about $4 vide at least some small insists he would like lo ste a stronger: party lit\ulilllt) the Pop)
brought community
If it develops that ill,ii' IHinouatsHe I .
million during the first six months of financing Is IK'KM'! ho 11I'I'"hlll'aI1M' hate been 1'111I1;: to stake I their

1964)) and promoting other uses for Col. range \\ holt' ('..iscon tin statehood issue "I II I's IIll'ir11,1 and thin

lier several excellent Authority, we feel PRESS pants," he wvsrvidtnu .
County's ports Walker would be : Brows( thai some Kipiiblkan lUniuits are. intact
Years of effort went Into getting the pultini stress mi Midi other i issues us liiltir rilmuliim,
Gordon Pass, the Naples Bay channel, necessary legislation ( CTON Service(AP) The It housing roads and the( nagging,:,: unrinphniiunl silua'ion: (the
and the Barron River at Everglades ity is not needed 9 million this fiscal 1 Island unrniplovniinl rule I Is a insistent, painful 12 per
But there is no 1'1'111.1)
dredged and improved so sizeablo boats start Informing young

could use them without fear of going Rolls Royce sitting in and others about INTHtrST: : I l\ TIN: :-T\'I; moon VTfHl: stems fail
you're going to ride a of smoking. 111\\' at Hit nioimnt Ihe toininission malul In C'onyuss to
aground and damaging. hulls, propellers, long felt that County the money won't be 'i-\u\\ the i islands present mmmoinu'iltli: hl.IIIISllh an ereto

etc, After all that effort, and a great crash program but as possible change i is not likely lo uiultitake scrims inquirnlil ( :
ask for of of long and hard
appointment a
deal of from Senator Spessard Holland ii \ after I the dettioii
help ity members by the curb the American
and Rep. Paul Rogers, it seems ,
Rep Walker to have service's request for
ridiculous not to at least try to capitalizeon
voked. made at a closed.
the results of a House A p. The World TodayBy
It Is true that the Port Authority act subcommittee last
mendation and praise was opposed both b)' JAMES MARLOWE
Is weak to the extent that members would / / t Institute and
step In what appears to a Associated Press News Analyst
apparently have no authority to arrange 42 congressmen from
rection. We herewith
financing for projects deemed worthy South Carolina
Georgia, Missouri, WASHINGTON (CAP) Sen, au i't III ,i I' ('"I'd1111 i 'I Iii, I ",'i
Tennessee and Ken Strum Thurmond and Son, logs of the Ku Kilts Mi, told I I IIn Id.
Barn Goldwater are think not I IIIk i.n It to Ii"1'1

released a alike In so it's no shunt'! lown tlieicPotli ,"
rbr..wppn eehnn.l Irtt.r.nor.. earlra.. er41.r ra.e .N, Q. b.t.. /. Th. ; ,
of the hearing today Tluu' wonder the\ 're 'at'enlU'
pabNWW., aN V..sb/w/ ae.O.anen wa .u..y 1 r"po..tbHq Ens etetr..ntt apt
(AP) The going to line up togMhci wilei st'i'm l to tlilik tl),,' SocialUlri''II ,
CITIZEH'I t t the Mint almost came Thurmond, a South Caiolliu find I Ix, s' ,'in',01 I Skin I
surefire way to trick Democrat, ieortedh| will I 1)1, kiln dawn I II liio, 1'11111,01' I

( out of hoarding announce tmight ((1)) he is plug, Slates, tin'fill-mil |I" s l'v'I
I new silver dollars to supiioit the leMiliMilli| ,illl loin,iti' 1'I'1.lIlIns| | Mill II.
which has irritated iaiillla y nt III'I'ulll..1II| !t Gold'( Dot), luau i l lim> beau I idnf ,. .I J
others ,say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER by deciding to keep water and ((2)) saildh Horn Mug the VI'III''r.llh' ,i loIrulll'II'( '
\ / / // "1964" on John t. a Democrat to I lx>ng ,i Kepulill.' hello IIVI'I i tin past| I Into II'n sthum .
/ / / memorial half-dollars can > ill. piesidniits K,'llual"

has been trying to Here are Just a few of the anil JoliiiHdii, with the < "n111ula I ,t
hoarding of the 45 great Issues on whit'h the two tlio\ weir tnint ti,, tiki' till''
Canine COJ' silver dollars that men look like twins: the nuclear morn I ""11'01011'1'| d.111III"! ,

i be the first coined by test,ban treaty, civil ilglti, rod Thurmond, ,1|, :and I Gol"Iw itei
States since 1933 and, the $11.!!.blllloll tax cut Con. 53, are both major generals In
Much interest has been excitedby impractical and too \ < may be snapped great [ussed this jeai Ttie\ the U.S. Reserves, Thurmondwith

the recent PI'ovu"al" that the hey Yet tolla)' even the were against ill or I there the Army, Goldwater with
before the House The last time anjthing like the Alt For' e, Both served ii,
Went Pulke Department Muni Id add law oflicei depends on subcommittee
this swll h haneiiecl was in World War II.
to its Muff a fnur-legged: opeiutlre. most of his opeiation officials of the Mint 1932 when Sen Wayne Morse, It woiilln lie the, I lirst tin'"'

a (j rni.in shepherd or "pol \'e tlop! ,' line an automobile considered a plan to an Oregon Kejubllcan" turned Thu-muii'l .11I.IWkll''oI' I tl IX'n'
The the cit.vould \ new silver dollars his back on the !lollcandld'y 0"1',111"" i I"rl\" '. lie Iltolll) bIul1'l i u i i104H
\'Ollt In ( be
up- rue a fugithe into a dark "1935" so collec.
n[ Dwight D. Elsen. over tin. lvll rnjts: i1anil -"IIc"
proimatel$800 for one dog, pi'op* cellar. Cut a dog can have no reason to hower, quit tie Reiulillians, lx"inii' tie, St.t"sI/ HI 11pretil.ldtui ,'<

erh trained and equipped >aAi'- It i+ an odd truth and supported Allal E. Steven <'.mil hte, Ik I <
niando Peie Chief of Police. had to give the plan son. been in, tie StlII..t i sin 11' 19ri I [ tHe
age\ criminal Is more the old 1933: die has .
He ill'In t move over to the says he vexed our I I'd is I'u"
Local opinions are divided a*. dog than a man. His Ji I : : i = )' Democratic side of the Senate hower Iny,2\ when MOIM \I"svotlns

usual, between I throe who are. (for teenie to convince him I 1 : : : (the AP)American- The until 1954. But any comparison l sIr StexmsdiThuimoinl ', ,
( ; with Thurmond ,
stops Here .11I'1| Goldw l t I
and those who are "agin the pro. smarter than a pohieinan presidents Sept. 25 Morse is j liberal jliurmoml l both, v/iti'il I ,1)f) .?",st till'|, ,IlUb'|, '

posal. And most of these opinion, nol01" with the menace be a purely cere. and Goldwatei are two of the, test,(MI, treaty with, tie, bin 1'i i

also as usual, are offered fieely and lug dog, And a.. one of ( Informed sources oust conservative members oi Unto, passed| 80 t" )19 I to tl ,
the, Senate Senile In, SefteinlM' 19f3; n,,ll
Ih / i
sergeants points! out n
both sides without Ihe :
loudly on to rule out any Thin moml and I Gol Iwater voted ,iMinst! tin Lox nit I IFebruirv 1.-. '
tightest background Knowledge or fit>lei' than a man, that President John. i I have been highly I'nll"011! of the ,

stud of the situation 01 of its *.>\ en(- Crime in Key West Adolfo Lopez Mateos Supreme, Court, Gol Iwater 110 Last June both voted .u tlil-I
I : time to talk about :I later than Tuesday Thurmonl the civil ,
) \ ,
the occasional rights hill Tllllrll",1/
ual impact local crime and econcm
on .
as has! said some >,t the court'sile Who I has, test oisistiit',
)'. consists to a great affairs In , t 1st"ns have "been of great against ('tvll rights l..g'sl..II'' "I ,

Left hope that this type of 'off prowler and petty meet V. ,.Mexico in El Paso topics to ltd and".I omfoit I to the Commu. sail tins yp"r'N me.sunuii'omtltiitiniial u ,
I lists
both of which have been I I Tint u "I'Goidwnter'e
the top of the head" judgment Will settlement of the ThurmonoInd/ I Gol Iwater / .
t I.
I I I argument,
not be forthcoming when the pro. be reduced bv as much : boundary dispute. have I both, been I rltlrnl 01 the about two sei'tlnns I if It.

po al comes up for conuleiation i by cent in Cities after the settlement announced Ku Klux Klan. Gol /Iwater said Both have omilalm 1 01"I ,I'

the city commission. tion of police dogi. [ Mexico Is lapin a I he I"ln.t" want Its supiort in this riots and "lawlessness I I"", ''I'
year's elel'lloll.Thurmllll.1 .
thefts have been I lii an exchange of streets IJf\ cities( noth I Iadvvdte.i III'
The Citizen wishes to line up : t I which both coun. has said "the iMjmblni COmnJllIl-) i l
create appreciably.It I I[)"ile, as a whole In the South sup,,,1routl'S
solidly with the (or" contingent I I. acreage to the other.
is possible that the
believing that even a single dog DOES IT WOR Gfi

will measurably ((1)) reduce the ?800 per dog might "\ son o -- .... -- --- '"' ....... .-
dined thief Perez is pir
number of certain types of crime FROM
tinuingtoiheik Ihi4 Y TN/J PRINCIPLE USED TO PRODUCE near
and other police problem, and t JC MO POWER FOR vitm rutPOifi.
\\e-tiiun, we hale J imreao of
(2)) reduo the cost of law en. ':: CURVED (pfiinisoLic) *ino"luieuxD.
our liiiir with I the Iisu ',
a <, ocr #a rw ens
forccmont. plies Merman i (' i ciircH To* ro POWBR CONVERTKR,

The opposition appeals to fall police force in \tl.tnta. i 1 cONviceTCe ,
into of two classes you CHI U3A MasmryiHS emu j
one general or
and believes! that trained \ SUNLIGHT, 70 aims 0 PIeCE Of PAIR J I (
both those who MOCM/WHS iLIISS DEFLECTS L -
habitually shy TN(
\he acquired for I"*!I. I *>yf ro PQIHT i ITT1I'
from Hint sounds :: AJIi'JTR/REJ
away anything The lost figure, of t : 70 NEAT IAIlR. / 1UNBU.f
new or "different, and I those. who alas) include "man : 1 /i GfNrN41DA

think that $800( is A lot of money( cannot be done in her t :: I
for .
an "experiment. .
which "requires a police

The amplest' an'wei' to both of tinvel and\ hoard for t ? Y V

course, I is that the ue of ""olic,. while he leniii. his part' | 1 ; ::

dogs i' neither itIKII' e.\peri- If the initial cost I THI COMVC TIIIICTKIC WOWNHERE GENERCTEJ
/ POWf
mental, Dog< ha\r been used (for $1,000 however, it I y RAYS COILS THE FUND,THENEerFROM IROOUC/NG JTAM THE3UN'J,

years in mam' ritie andf luive. only a fraction of r ti .y THI WHICH TURSINE DRIVES C ENaPTSCO5NC1D.TO TUesNI ANLICTRIC

jet to learn oi one" ('a'e whpic tilt II salary for one man. ... / OINIRRTOR.

ue hay been discontinued a* unpractical Perez has pointed out r : I

or wheie uch use has col.maturablr dog can sometimes do :
reduced certain '
tpeof of 10 men, as in

clinic and Ih'rbth., .. root tit f threat. f

I came pie\entum and law enfoice.mcnt Speaking utiiph( from I :i WHEN C"IISII/111111itU A S..U ClltTlIl1II /M4CTUItRf/E.70I
P14(10 / (
P iinl of iineMmenl at. I I NOTorf4CTesc ,1tLlli"IL'; '
We ran reniemher when. the ti eef thi is I one. |"I''pn4allhal \ ) I "/ esiRRY, '
police, pin I tan WHS deoird l M be "l( 'nown to I the Hop," I ; ; ( JOM/ ClUS( seed, MOUNTED"II',lb Shiest'sails! ;
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COUNTY NEWS Nple", PI I.? W.d., $,pt.mb.r |III, ,i9be To Appeal Order

Video Tape Growing Into

Directing Deputy

I THE NAPLES Sheriff To QuitTALI $MO, Million-A-Year Industry

.AHASSI; (AP) -Flor. Yy REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) electronic baby Immediately.Now .
Ida has invited !il'\'el" other .d
Notebook A bright electronic youngster almost all U.S. Navy air.
states to join It in an, ,pralmr I "i to
II helping teach jet pilots craft carriers boast television
federal district court r inline! ti ,it
make carrier landings, and recording systems.Camera .
(Continued from pare 3) a social deputy sheri" at SI, w"s r ay ? o glv. fourth-grade students to conju. spotted over the ship
Augustine must his '
resign post. (ate Spanish verbs. feed pictures of each landingand
Atty. Gen. James Kjm-s '.lid j, t_LJll The youngster Jstelevtslontape I take off to the recorders.The .
that he would take the \le'< talon recording, Just eight years old tape also carries data on
by District Judge Dr .an Simpson !.. Indus flight number data aircraft airspeed
This summer he served as a (junior counselor. of Jacksonville to the Fifth v. but a $40mlUioia.year ,
wind and
velocity even
Denton Woodward Jr stayed with his studies at Circuit Court of AM!'beat| at New 1 jk 'ti try."And In five more years, the the vocal Instructions of the

the University of Miami all summer, and after a short Orleans Louisiana already has said It Industry will be five times" landing signal officer.

time at home is back with them in Miami. Russell Reitz would Join In the appeal, and larger $200-mlUton-a.year, Doctors use television
predicts C. Cus Grant, vice recording to analyze fluoroscope
Jr. also attends the University of Miami. Mississippi, Alabama all'l i Tex. presldent.operations of Ampex pictures, moving pictures of

Back to Florida Southern. Janis Bell, daughter of as asked also, he In added.the circuit, have been Corp., which has supplied about Internal organ and bones that
.A 7J cent of the television can be studied a* often as need.
Mr and Mrs. James Bell, Rum Row is now a student Kynes said he felt the federal the ed without
recorders used throughout overexposing patients
there again this year. She and her mother spent muchof Judge had no authorlt\(, be world. to potentially dangerousrays.

the summer in Prairie Valley, Kansas, their former personal"dliUting polities and controlling of la al law the a The recorders are growing .
and Ampex estimates sale in the
smaller, simpler, cheaper
home relatives a
and enforcement
in Wichita, visiting agem les. ever more versatile, explains whole field of automatic docu.
Ronald Bell has been in Naples with his father for Simpson told Charles Lanre Grant, ment storage and retrieval will
Jr, that he must resign from
several weeks, and should be added to the list of those the special, deputy force creat. 1 When Ampex Introduced reach $1.3: billion within a de.
in 1936 the recorders cade.
videotape ,
Edison James Bell Jr. lives in ed by St, Johns Count Sheriff
entering Junior College. L-_ _ a, _ _ cost $50,000. Compact, portable The first close-up pictures of
Miami. L, O. Davis In St. Augustine' -- ,,- -' .- .......- I
recorders brought out last yearwere the moon were televised from
Integration showdown. DEFERENCE TO SYMBOLu.iver.,1, priced at around $12,000. Ranger 7 and radioed to earth,
Lance was charged with violating .hld.11 kneel )in front ., theStatue
of Educators, who had \been sty. received and preserved on '
Simpson Injunctions not King Chulalongkorn by the parliament building 'in Bangkok The ruler, who died .
df/ /1/ A .., sen pprteUte It when in 1910. mled b)' the higher price tag, magnetic tape. The magnetic I
'I- '-" rn f(if II. you to Interfere with Integration. "it honored to this day for the reforms he intMuted to benefit the Thai,
people led the busline for the cheaper recordings were converted to
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS ,-1Ir"U Lance said he followed a Negro models, Ampex sajs.) Several film for distribution to the press
wh,. .. fromh'li rr from a motel to
I n making a purch a protect hundred VJS. school systemsand and are being subjected to ,
adwrln.r H. "inl.I.d him, but the
Judge said that
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS colleges now regularly use continuing :analsis by sclen.lists. .
.boul your r.p.me deputy was "prettv lose to
criminal activities. '' Tourists With Binoculars Get Television recording closed.clrcult s>'stems.t television l .

A lively puppet may be used I
NEW YORK rAP) Soap to capture attention In a gram
Big Kick Out Of Liz BurtonMONTEREY opera, traditionally a daytime I mar school Spanish class. Typically l. Penny Morgan
I 1 1 dlverson, went nighttime In Just the recorder and a
SIZZLER I about\ the only television Innovation prepared lesson are carried by To Hebd Naples
Calif. (AP) screaming, 'Uzi Url' I looked of the new season as ABC' station wagon to seven schools
The scene Is bizarre, like some. up and gave a little wave, and new "Peyton Place" had its In the same district and plugged
thing out of a movie. one of them said, 'We think premiere Tuesday evening. into television receivers in up to News BureauDoris
pi liiiv After a morning of filming you're still pretty. I went into Author Grace Metallous and four classrooms simultaneous
locations for "The Sandpiper" the trailer feeling very creakyIn her eyebrow.raising best seller The electronic technique of Reynolds, owner of

In a rocky cove, Elizabeth the bones and I started to received screen credits, so feeding pictures from a televl.slon Reynolds Enterprises, this
Taylor and Richard Burton count the gray In my hair." presumably faithful viewers can camera to a recorder, week announced the appoint

climb the bluff to sit down to There are Indeed a few expect some racy stuff as the capturing the whole tiling elec. iiieni of Penny Morgan!: as director
reSTARTS lunch at one of the picnic tables strands of gray in her hair, but continued story gets rolling. tronlcally on moving magnetic of rime Naples News: [ ur-
set up for the movie company.A at 32: she 1s in splended shape. A The first show In the twice. tape, was adopted at the outset eau, a ncdivision of Ueyn"ldsEnrCrl1l'l:1Cs.
hundred yards away is Call. fortnight of diet and exercise at weekly continued story obvious.ly by networks and television
forma Highway 1 and It is lined their Puerto Vallarta villa put was designed to Introduce the stations. .
with tourist who stare at the both the Burtons In trim for large cast. Not very much The equipment permits pro The News Bureau will offera
famous pair. "The Sandpiper." happened, but It sure looks like grams broadcast in reIV"ol'k complete photographic!: and

The stars sip their wine, a They will need to be In trim lots of trouble ahead. atI p.m. local time to be shown publicity service on both the

French rose, eat heartily of the for their future schedule. After There's a sad-eyed, nervous. alI p.m local time In Chicago, local and national level, Mrs.
plain location lunch, and regale locations In Monterey and Big acting widow played by Dorothy Denver and San Francisco l Reynolds said. In addition to
TOMORROW their fellow workers and a few Sur, they will film Interiors InPart. Malone, who shows signs of without loss of picture quality. supervising bureau activities,

visitors with stories. Burton Is a .. Burton will !go Immedl. being over protective about her Today, says Ampex, about half Mrs. Morgan will assist In preparation -
noted raconteur; his wife keepsup ately into "The Spy who CameIn teen-age daughter Mia Far. the scheduled programs on local of the firm's: two -
HT II REGISTER FOR 100 WESTERN FLYER BIKES TO with Ms repartee.The From the Cold," which will row, Maureen Sullivan's stations are recorded In ad. and magazines !:
Know The
LIU [1 I BE GIVEN AWAY FREE NOTHING TO BUY Burtons are not unaware shoot In London, Ireland and oldest who in turn seems vance. Naples, Guide.Naples
of the audience on the highway. Munich. eager to cut the silver cord. Military services liked the
FREE! "Notice the ones with blnocu. The pair return to Californianext Then there's Ryan O'Neil play. Mrs. Geraldine Gllkcy, office -
lars," he says. "Yesterdaythere spring when she will star Ing a rich man's rebellious son manager of I Reynolds Enterprises -

A was a fellow up there witha in "Who's Afraid of Virginia who drives recklessly and Claims Hairdo ( will continue In thai
PICK UP YOUR NEW FAIL CATALOG huge spyglass. As I was leav. Woolf?" with Jack Lemmon as seems pretty deeply Involved position, Mrs. I Reynolds an- '
leg for the set, the wind was the probable co-star. The casting with a girl from the wrong side Essential To His nounced.

Just right and I could hear his may cause some lifted eye. of the tracks. Mrs. Reynolds, who organized -
WESTERN AUTO comment to his companion: brows, since the role in the The girl's mother and the rich Musical Career the firm hearing!: her

STORE Yes, he 1* pockmarked.: Edward Albee play has been man obviously are emotionally ATTLEBORO Mass. (AP) name 10 years ago, was formerly -
Elizabeth adds: "I was going taken by fortylsh actresses. Involved Id. j" !>JIo'\ )" w yet Oeorgle p.orglehairdo has him
616 5th Avenue, So. Ml 2-3349 Into my trailer the day before U ellh', n>> IW d1 rH to blher In trouble with the Attleboro secretary-manager!:
the Chamber of Com
when I heard a bunch of girl people. The only action In the High School principal. Naples
first Installment was when the fierce director of tins I'lorlda
Georgia Porgie the
:. ..... ..,. ..,. .._.. .. .,. ,.... Makarios Has son became very upset when he protes.sional foster Girls program): ,director
t .a Saar.E,+ +rrrrrr+ ___- _. -. rrre. ,_-_ ,. rr .- .+rr.-+;; = yrrrr.;...- name of 17.yearoOld
- - -
caught his father of the News tiurcaii
kissing the George Leonard, a senioraffects Tampa ,
S-Point Peace woman. a Beatle.style hairdo. He woman's editor of the I lorlda
Also there's a new doctor In plays piano, guitar and saxo. News Service, director of publicity -
town and from the way he acts, phone In a six.piece combo, and \ for the I festival of States,
Plan For CyprusNICOSIA It's certain he Is carrying a says a close haircut would ruin and operated a news bureau In
ProN.TINS heavy burden of secret sorrow. his musical .
DOES 'YOUR We can expect some illness career.Nonetheless St. l'elershur!:, the announcement -
Cyprus (AP) soon. Will the nervous widow Principal JosephE silld.
President Makarlos has pro. have a breakdown? Will the Joyce has ordered the mop Airs Morgan: has been associated -
posed a flve-point peace plan for rebellious son have an accidentand trimmed. Georgia has appealedto with lcann-l rlrkson
the removalof the school committee.
Cyprus, Including
get amnesia? I can't In New York, the hat Harbour
all armed posts manned by Says Georgle "I feel an
predict because we don't know Convention Imrciiii and Venn
warring Greek and Turkish exception should be made in my
yet whether the new doctor Is a Cole and Associates in Miami
Cypriots case. My musical career Is mI'lit.
A Turkish Cypriot spokesman general practitioner, surgeon or and my future." Mrs. Reynolds said.

declined comment on the plan. psychiatrist
Walter Brennan after all those
He showed skepticism over a
"Real McCoy" years has comeback
promise by Makarlos 101m.
to ABC too, with a
mediately lift his economic
little comedy called "Tycoon."
ONTiftlUe blockade
against besieged
The first program was warm
Turkish Cypriot Argas. and amusing
Makarios said his governmentwould J
It was also, I suspect, a tele
t vision first, for it portrayed an
1. End the economic blockadeat enormously rich board chair.
once and allow supplies to m an of a huge corporation as a

come In from Turkey "through simple, friendly, down-to-earth
normal channels." nice guy

I 2. Remove all Greek Cypriot Brennan plays a funlovingfoxy
armed [posts provided the Turk. grandpa who, to win a bet,
ash Cypriots do the same. sets out to prove. that a smart
3. Provide financial aid for man can still, without backing
resettlement and protection of'and at any age, make a success
Turkish Cypriots who have been In life. He disguises himself,
forced to abandon their homes lands almost penniless in a
4. Grant a general amnesty small town and wangles a job in
SELL I "so that any Turkish rebel who i, a local garage. Naturally, he
may be under criminal chargesfor [ becomes almost Immediately a

offenses committed duringthe ; partner and business Improves,
rebellion mar be relieved o f!'but the script writers cheated a
ant fear of arrest and punish bit at the end. They had old
meat," Walt Invent an electric Jack and
1 5. Accept U.N. suggestions for, sell It to his own corporation.

peace "provided such measuresdo i I CBS announces that "The
not affect a political solutionof i I \urses," when It resumes for
the problem.1 its third season next Tuesday

. with the same excitement and U.N, troops convoyed" nine,wlll be renamed "The Doctorsand
tons of food donated bj' M
e': enthusiasm you know you have . to the Turkish Cypriot vII.the show's scope has been THE FERRIS OK THEM ALL-Thero'll be no rides for a

MA late of Kokklna Tuesday, but broadened. They've broadened while on this ferris wheel on the Jacksonville Fla board
j the'lIIo&g.n who had been|:the scope by adding two new walk Hurricane Dora'i ferocious winds bent the ? half
) described as starving refused It.actors, playing doctors, to the over against the lower half lop
x I . for your product, I Ie "We are Turks and we will''regular' cast.Recommended.
\ .9 die before we tonight: "Shin.
service or accept food from!,
1 Makarios, the man who wants;,die," premiere, ABC, 8:30.9
1 busnessPlt11111G to kill us," a guerrilla leader EDT hip, cool music and
y told the convoy leader. dance for the young crowd;
"Mickey," premiere, ABC, 9.
/ ; .fM'",,. u /111"1'I'r< ,...ii,,i mid, i I' 9:30 Mickey Rooney In a

v ncitrmrnl; . 1" MiiiniW u'. ',""rm'; Inrgnt/ \ comedy about an Iowa family

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COLLIER c ".'> NEWS N.f-Ui, FI_.. Wed Stpt.mbtr 14, 1964 7NF'

Jury Returns Asks Where

Guilty VerdictIn Liberals Stall

DWI CaseJohn : LBJ StandsOn
I'" Bill To DelayRedistricting
4'I Lawrence Henning was yr'

found guilty of driving while Intoxicated -

i by a County Court Cuba

six-man Jury Tuesday after WASHINGTON ( \P-
noon. KNOXVU.LE, loon \ IP Demo" i .its in the Sen ite o ild to.
r The Jury deliberated 65 i 1I111- e :,v' Ham Goldwatei |I"ic '.'' 1 tat the\ would ontlnue talking
the [J'\\ i I' If,1' Republic.'vr.14r
urea before returning > r against a move to< lei c U> >urt
I conviction. The defendant was 1 r a 1 I p' hiuth todae.hillc ;. 01'dei ft! reapnortlc" mcnt of
'ound not guilty on a charge o' F OM 1 lent> Johnson tr ti'11 I'i 'I iin state legislatures until the\ are
, I Ir
being a minor In possession, re''ilelh..rt' able to sidetrack the 1'101' )sal.
'' Cul'a.
-' 1C.'lI1l11unllt
v \
of alcoholic beverages Then said th\ alt! helped theproposal
Re'1 ul'lie'an pieclJemilf b\
County Judge Richard bused that In ,i
1 i point
Everett Dlrksen
t M.
sentenced Hennlnj ',' 1 ? #t can Leader
anley s prepared, for deliver
could be replaced I b' a: milder
uays straight time In Jail, p'uit > i a state \11th a built-in r< substitute despite !iniuretodo

$250 fine or 125 days. The \ il: question mark so In' a tight 42.40 vHe Tues.di .
defendant's driving privilege t s a I c question nowI m Ten* \'.
will be revoked for the maxlum ". ,'anS'e ct to the Arizona i "As long a* we 11.t' here :ill '
/ period of one year. "t"1 who has called for the tiik" said Sen. \Mlium, Prox-
-ill ,'t big portions of the giant
Prosecuting Attorney halter nine, D-WIs., "we are eolngto
Tc n\,is. ealle\ Authority
c,. Sorokoty represented the win And we anireiaiird> to
tare, and William D. Hixon Gxlduater has said TV\ Ube re and taU.'
k.r asst xxAl. was attorney for the defendant.Two stcim-operated power plants, The contlnuiiii. stalemate
n _. _ _ plus the authority's fertilizer tlueatens to del.n on resslon.
THE STUMP There other Jury trials were should be sold 1 to
ON pi obtain, al icljouinment) mdeti itebposslbh -
n i doubt about it GUI prestniial scheduled yesterday. Kenneth \l} 1 R}' d '/I'/I.',1)010MVLWSIX / ) states or communities" to 1'1'1. even until )Just before

I !' candidate Barr\ :Nipper, charged with Issuing a : 'ONFLITGIlll11S 1..1.. M r 'n i, Mm i.ur4 dead Indonesian paratrooper Late induct i'\ or to a special the Nov. 3 eledicm at win, hall
I I Ii'tater is litei illstump\ worthless check,failed to show. through the, \iunt.lt: m I ,tins i d I 10"nt, si 1.r1,(u' \i.iii\sia. as go\ ci itnient lories tight. corporation, Other TVopeia.. House and 31 Sei ate seats will
nb for votes Ilea speaking He forfeited $50 bond and the ened their net on invjclniK/ ): Indonesian' done, he said, should be put In be it stake
?t rii-i-no On Judge Issued a bench warrant -- the hands of federal agencies The Dltksen proicsii would
for his arrest. that operate similar progiam, decay t ) for at lent ,ne ;ear
II The case of Kermit Paul elsewhere nut ,.,',II'I'I'<1II'JI'I"JltI"'lmt'II1| i .'
Graham with failure can chairman, J. Drake Edens, Goldvxater'a other stop today -- -- oil stale legist,ituies tc' In
charged Sen. Thurmond To Bolt had no comment on the reports on the second of a four dav ,1 TYrpiofolltl / /
LBJ lino
ultli the
Barry to tinued yield to right a future of way date., was con The Industrialist Roger GOP Milliken leader of Southern campaign swing: : 1Iill'0: n Ii a i tint Mil Supreme houses Court'srulior l be uppoitlonet
I Spartanburganother and Dluff
Memphis\ Kav Van D\ke ha: taken up Jcfoidlnp lo popula.tlon. .
state trooper who made the arrest said: he knew nothing about Teim, Macon, Ca, and Mont. her year's reign ns Misnierita : ) .

Is ill as of now. County Back them gomeiy, Ala. .\ with a pirn confer( tiliksfii offered It .is i riderto
\ Head North jury trials continue today and Democrats BarryWASHINGTON Thurmond, once governor of Goldwater tied Into Johnson cnrc In New York Her biij- the J3.3-bllllon 101'fit ii.ale) au.
, South Carolina for the
tomorrow ran on the Cuba question by accus. '
Cost ft'. pUtlMlllhl slu- said tlion/jtlon bill in order! t,1
Senate in 1930 but lost to Sen.
l Ing him blue-pencil attemptsto
will be to live to her oil .1 possible piesldenllal veto.Dllkseu .
(AP) ben. Amerlc .111' of oil generations Olin D. Johnson Democrat In up
delete mistakes"fioin
Strom Thurmond of South Caro. Tonight's announcement will political ( hrl llan h'51111ul1"hlrh K convinced he has
Made 1934 he i rail as an independent'
Appeal a speech he delivered .
For Votes Una will announce tonight he Is not be Tlmimcind's first break against Democratic nominee International the Rave during the interview enough votes to idopt it lilt U an
Tuesday to
ranks of t the eont'eLRosellini be brought lo a vote
leaving the Democratic to with the Democratic part. portion
Edgar A. Brown in the general Association of Machinists in .
bT. PETERSBURG; (AP) For CreationOf !become a Goldwater Republl. As the States Rights candl. election and was elected to the Miami. The lilfiiln, tilklnr to |'if.
i Lt, 'Mdeut( Johnson aild I Ins Re. can.The date, he carried South Carolina, Senate by a wrlte.ln vote. Goldwater said Johnson asked vent a Code on [}lI'I.Spl''IIIpr.' .
conservative senator's In. Louisiana Alabama and Missis Wins Jolnetl! Tuosd.iIn 1 tucking n
,II i lie ,in rival, Sen. Barry Gold. More SaintsVATICAN If Thurmond does switch reporter to delete two "ex.
atei, carried their campaigns tentlons were reported today bj sippl against the Democrats In parties, he will be the first sena. tremely damaging or at least compromise' substitute whlijtilod '"
"itlwirrt, todav ,liter nearly CITY (AP) The an unquestionably informedsoarce the 1948 presidential campaign. 'tor to do so since 1934, when dubious statements In regard In Washington! "it was the "sense of Con.giexM .
h other's In Vatican Ecumenical Council who would not permit al. And tonight, it was learned the Hi.it l'e.II'III| | oi1loiiinent lie
path of left
i n( ssliiB ea Wayne Morse Oregon Communist Cuba" from the text
Demo PrimarySEATTLE d-'lued, In oide'r! to ,rive stites"iciscHubl
trlbutlon. The announcement Is he plans to accuse the Demo. :
i orous bids for the vote of heard an appeal today to create Republicans for the Democrats of his Miami speech
scheduled for a television speech crats of having abandoned the AP) Gov Al. 1. time, In U ''"'I'll)
I ,ilitlul, Florida. more Roman Catholic saints Two years earlier Morse had One, he said, "was that Castro ( '
which Thurmond plans to make people, breaking their trust bert D. Roselllnl will fare Dan. with the Supreme Cum M luting
lohiisou, hark from quip kle from all walks and races of life. supported Democratic presidential has failed to spread communism .
isits to Miami Beach and Cape There also were warnings from Columbia, S,C. at 6:15p.m. and having led an evolution toward candidate MIa E. Steven.son In this hemlspheie' That is Ill J, fvans, House flooi It'nd.) 01 to cNiHldei a niihtitutloiul
EST). socialism. er In (he last 1 state legislature, anifiiclnu'iit lo nullllv 01 U'liaise
kenned files from Washington against exaggerated devotion to ( over Republican Dwight D. Incredible."
to the West Coast Goldwater, the Virgin Mary. Thurmond himself declined to Expanding on that theme, he Eisenhower. He said the other statementwas In Noveml-er's gul>ernatorlal tin ouit's eltustlve.
,,ntliiulng his drive to carry Leo Jozef Cardinal Suensn of comment on various earlier re. Is understood to plan accu.a.tlons that "CaMro's CommunlM election The coiiipioniNi 'h' keel the
the Deep South, headed for Burrels told the 2,500 council fa. ports of his plan to make the that the Democratic party dictatorship In Cuba poses! no The Democratic' !governor, fume I of PIlkM'll ,1.It'r.| ,k'.
Tennessee Georgia and Ala. thers In St. Peter's Basilica that shift, but he did say, "I hopeto has become the agency of minorities threat to the United Staten" staking an unpieietleiited third signed to pretest am ruitheireipioilloiiimnt '
hima. national bishop groups should help establish a strong two. power*grabbing union "There are all too many consecutive term, was an easy | () mini smii acoiihtlliitlonil
At Miami Beach, In a speech have power to beatify In their party system In the South. leaders, political machines and Cubans question piling up at the door winner in Tuesday's! primary, nini'iidineiil. ,111be
lie said was nonpolitical, John. own regions, Instead of having And he permitted advance speclal-lnterest business. Can'tWho of the White House," Goldwatersaid turning back four contenders I'lIl1ht'IIIII'"trh.
son got a big hand from the In., this to the Vatican. Beatlflca. quotations from an address he lie Is expected to strike againat "Questions about VietNam Evans, a Seattle! engineer, de. til another Vote, Tiu-xdn, (heSenile
ternatlonal Association of Ma. tlon Is a step toward cannonlza. prepared for Thursday, Intro. Democratic-backed legislation questions about lobby fealed Richard G. Chllslensen, rejcntecl 5l.( tIt 21 I in el
nlnlsts when he plugged for a tlon as a saint. during Sen. Barry Goldwater of particularly In the area Agree Baker, questions about private a former Lutheran minister who fob t to i 1'1'1,1.1'| the 1 DhkNi-u, ilik>i'
stronger Social Security pro.,, The Belgian cardinal com. Arizona, the COP presidential of civil rights which he has gains from public office, questions lost narrowly to veteran Sen. with tlu 1"lIgh lIetll.I'.i'asM>,cl
,urn including medical care for plained that too few laymen and nominee, at the Spartanburg. previously denounced as unconstitutional about the political use of Warren G. Minnuscm In 1002: bill' to strip federal court of ant
the elderly, too few non.Europeans have Greenville Airport and an unacceptable defense contracts, and now for the 1II'I'II\llIc811' \ nomliiullon Jill isilMlcni In stile ,ipniitloii.|
At the outset of that lie Gunned ShipSAN IllC'Ilt I .|SI>H.Southwest.
The Republicans lost no time been declared saints by the Roman very Invasion of personal rights. questions about the resident's *
Catholic Church. speech, Thurmond charts his has accused the administration Matel.l.mliil.ili l.
in labeling the President's Jour. policy and posture regarding sine hiv n-MlMixl 1 "
net "purely political". National Augustin Cardinal Bea, the new position of promoting lawlessness and JUAN, Puerto Rico (Ap;., Cuba. "itlon "I .' ilmiiul law and
Chairman Dean Burch called it top Vatican Christian unity ex. "I am Indeed happy to have strife and is expected to do so Fidel Castro's government "The questions should I be "lIl'l'dll'.11I, lumi'fiecl' .ik-len
"311 improper| use of taxpayers' pert; Paul Emlle Cardinal Leg.er the opportunity to present to you anew and Cuban exile are blaming' answered," Goldwater said. clintl Texas
''' of Montreal'and'In4nl' y' Latin. today the' 'man whom I feel In And In the area of foreign affairs .,,each other for the machine,' 'Ttw American people deserve*. CoWwoi sell its wuuM,4ln
Goldwater", 8,toe pf Medicare, American bishops argued my, heart should have the sup. it l... made no mention of It when he against excessive devotion to port of all South Caroliniansand plans to restate, possibly In Sierra Aruuazu. votes In November" oral hl'lI"'l, Hi' linlliiR' the Su.
.ke in the retirement haven Mary. all Americans who cherish even more emphatic terms, the Three crewmen were killed He told more than .,OOOPPI'II.at ,le l prime Court miNlchT. "the After CloudburstSAN
,>i St. Petersburg But he dealt In told the the United States Constitution objections he has raised against when two .
Cardinal Bea effect and seven injured the Tampa, Fla., airport 1 need t o iiHlre "HIM)Hu!IIHI 11.
Mth the subject at Orlando, de. council that excessive devotionwas and the freedom and stability the handling of the Bay of Pigs unidentified speedboats at. Tuesday night the Democrats lutl'rpr'tIIIIIn in ,MMM oi the ANTONIO, Tex (AP)>-
irlng that It would boost the a barrier to Christian unity which this great document was invasion of Cuba, the develop. tacked the 1,600-ton slip Sunday have only an empty shell that l>IIhll''.' Ui.pe>rt'' of serious flooding fll.tcnej .
metal _Sorurltv_n. ... tax.__. _rate__. too.__ efforts. designed to preserve for all ment of trade with Communist night and set It afire off the was once a great party." If Supreme C'xlll cli><'IMIUIIM out of the Carrl/o Springs
11'h. nations and the policies and eastern tip of Cuba.A Goldwater drew crowds all are to stand un.illiMi"!, 0,101.| ass In southwest Texas early
'1 don't i are how rich the prosecution of the fighting In survivor said the boats along his opening day route In water said, the I'tesidmil' NlioiiM today on the heels of cloud
ailed States is," the Republl. South Viet NamThurmond swooped In moments after a Atlanta, where an estimated 20,. seek cmiNlllulliiiial iiiiohiliiii'iils burst loosing up lo 11 Inches of
m nominee said. "It can't af. i Is up for re-election speedboat approached the ship, 000 people heard him IIIiI'ak i> In to "(Iv* boll k l I" tln' st ties Iliciwpowers ruin
I/1" i that kind of program." to his own senatorial office In turned on a spotlight on Its the heart of the city, thousands alM iliit ,lIII'CIIINJM" 'Im Droken riiminiinlcatlons left
"ea candidates clashed,John. 1906. name, and then roared away. more lined his motorcade, route, fail ,mil efflc-iwnt .11111111111,11.,11"11, UK- severity of the iltuatlon! un.
deleted portion of Advertisements in several Havana radio said "there Is and another 10,000 turned out Ina ol < rlmliwl law." clear, hilt Mate police said word
"m's i Miami Beach text dealing newspapers in South Carolinaand reason to believe that "pi shopping center al nearby In the ri'tiit'innit liivfiiui' bt, ul l the ,ilcluKe tame from nev
II th Communist Cuba! North Carolina today said rates" financed by the V.S Decatur 't'l.ra1hure) Gold I w .1 11 I "r MMprised eral Indlvlcliiils, Intluxllng an
In the stricken portion, John. -' : Thurmond' appearance on a Central Intelligence Agency He hammered al the slate' l foal t son. said that "what was meant <: two-state television hookup made the attack. rights theme, and denounced Inn not a word lout 5 IMI| plieMio' iteratorSherllf's ,
I 10 t)e a show window for Com. ; "will be of vital concern to Two Cuban exile leaders -'what hu called lawlessness In Set' urlty.Dofoin. officers were rlIfrt.
munlsm In the Americas has \ every thinking citizen." Manuel Artlme and Manolo Ray the Meets, in Hstlnutfil !1,000o| ud mjiiiilnt bout In effort lareach
I""e, one a showcase of failure" N "Strom Thurmond voices his denied their men were in. "We are headed toward the tile who Rtim.l in. .i dlfiiiililiiR 1 pwiple marooned by high
Amt I he added that Castro "!. o ; convictions," the ads said. volved Friends of Artlme In law of the Jungle,"' Goldwater ran .itOiluido. l rnl Naiir weld wal'"r.
not now-Hind will not be al. "Watch history being madel" Panama said his organization told 12,000 people|, at a St. Pet. dui ''Ii'i '. I.I "i, i PIr, i idie. .il c ire Efforts lo reach offices! of the
lowed to become a major Small print at the bottom of believes the raid was carried ersburg, Fla, baseball park of thl' ,mini! in. let '>U' i "I HM-III'. sheriff, 'Ily flflIce alltho VJK.Dordtr .
threat to the security of the the ads said they were paid for out by Castro agents discredit Tuesday night "Unless persons It'.ul"\ l i I", .1 l II" item's Patrol atCarrl/o&prlngs
United States to the solldar.it by the South Carolina Republl. the exile t tlll l< were unavailing,
or group and property are secure from '1"i i 1110 tc" I lr ir 40 tel| by plMMie'
of the free American Repub. can party. Other exile sources had said the marauders, we have no Stale police' were advl.soel wv.
lu, n." The Columbia Broadcasting earlier that Artlme's organlza. overnment worthy of the "I lon't are I how i 111'11 l tl cI era( highways were lilcnked by
Goldwater called these com System says Thurmond, 61, has tlon made the attack name." I'lilt.I i I Stairs' is,' I he, sn 01.I "it| water, Inducting a section ofU
melts "incredible1 and said the decided to become a Republican In Nassau, capital l of the Goldvater 'I1mrlat"e,1' i tl it U .t iflor i tl'it kill> i "i ., .S, 83 Mwcen CarrUo Springs
American people "deserve the because he believes "there Bahamas, there was speculation series ol Supccmt> irt '\>' U, ,aim and Ashert'in, 9 mile south
tiuth (about Cuba) before they should be a realignment in aiming government circles that -
ant their votes in November." American politics with all Castro gunboats ma) have fired
From Miami Beach, Johnson liber*!* in one party and all the on the Spanish ship These
,vent to Cape Kennedy, got conservatives in the other" circles suggested that Castro
some briefings on the space Several sources In South might want to create an Incl.
i Program, and watched astro.II c arollna also say Thurmond dent he could exploit politically
i auts Gus Grlssom and JohnW. will bolt the Democrats An anonymous teluphime
Young Inside a simulated The senator himself, asked by caller in Miami, Fla.. said the
Gemini space capsule a Washington reporter for attack was the work of a secret
"We cannot beierondln comment, said: "1 wl'l' neither organization and added: "ThisIs IIQZLARDAYS
space and first In the world," deny nor confirm any specula, the beginning A attacks on
Johnson said In a speech to tlon about my statement until I any ship that trades with
Mace technicians in a block. present It to the people of South Cuba"
iouse. Carolina television tomorrow The Aranzazu was bringing
"As long as I am permittedto evening textiles, toys cork and garlic
lead this nation, I will\ nevera The South Carolina Republi from Spain to Havana

ept a place second to any
'other nation In this field."

The first man who lands on THUR. FRI. SAT.END
the. moon, the president said, .
will go from Florida" IMPORTANT NOTICE
Fort Pierce-First add drown.
mgs 16F x x are employed (de.

toting last graf pvs.) -- Prtlher'i Laundry is Installing new equipment OF SUMMER SHOE SALE

Benjamin Minus, an ambu. NEA Telephoto during the weeks of Sept. 21 to Oct. 3.
mce driver who brought the
'I set r three bodies Into Fort GUARDIAN IN THE SKY -Hurricane Dora headed into the This it the first step toward a general remodeling
Short lots, broken sires. few of a kind. All terrific values ladies
fierce, said their vehicle col. North Atlantic leaving dangerous seat oft' the Virginia coast. of the Naples plant, to be completed

11,led with an automobile at the They prevented rescuers from removing nine men aboard before the starting of our winter sawn dress shoes, walking heels, and! flats Also have a few men's
approach to a bridge over the the fire-swept hulk of the SS Globe Explorer A Coast Guard

anal and careened Into the cutter was standing by and Coast Guard planes circled overhead ,included We must mak room for new fall styles arriving daily.
vater. No one In the car was Previously 37 other crew members had been rescued It will be necessary during these 2 weeks
reported hurt.Baptists.
to have all of our laundry and cleaning processedin Too many items to mention Shop early for best selection.

our Fort Mytrt plant We regret that one-day

Plan service will not be available during ,this time

Prayer Session . but there will be no interruption on regular

service $ $
From Ocean to Ocean" will
'v tie theme of the program of
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i to be held Thursday evening,
;Member; 17 at:30lnthe Educa. inconvenience to our customers In the very

t"oal" Building of the First Bap. near future wo shall have a much larger and values to 15.00 pair
tat Church. All members of the
better equipped plant to serve you.
'usslon and friends,are cordial.
I invited to attend, a spokesman Sugar .

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Rules Provide No Penalty For 3 Water Holes

On New CourseAt e

Forecasters. Who Guess WronaNEW . Golden GateThe
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( ) North Texas Golden Gate Golf
playing college football under State over Texas Western, new
liberalized substitution rules Arkansas over Oklahoma Slate, Course: seT to open Its front! SPORTS
this year but the new code Mississippi State over Texan nfe 'lor play early In '65, is

doesn't have a thing to say Tech, Ohio University West shaping up as one of the molt
about forecasters who might be Texas State. over inviting--and challenging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1r

okay on offense but have absolutely FAR WEST Oregon aver 'he Greater :\apes' area, according 1i i

no defense at all when Brigham Young, Montana over -oGen."Charlie"Jung. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples. Fl., Wd.. S.pt.mber It. 1964
their picks go awn Pacific, Idaho over San Jose High:Igtv of the 6,527-5ard) ,
With no protection from the State, Utah over New Mexico, par 72 course \\11!1 belts' Eas- -
law-makers, here Is the first Stanford over Washington State
te rn-st'le" roiling fairways.Dick e Sports Politics
trip down Upset Gulch this ,
\1'.on' nationally-known

season.Mississippi over Memphis golf aichttechas added spice SECRoundup Get Mixed At

State Ole Miss Is the darling of b 'o the spiaMlng 16-hole layout U Of Oklahoma
the prognosticators before a Larry Jackson, with three tricky ater holes f
tackle has been made In earnest and more than 100 traps, Jung OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -
Oklahoma over Maryland: said. Oklahoma University student
Corner Jones Is the resident First In Majors In addition golfers( will have !Democrats mixed politics withspol't.
genius at Oklahoma now and Tuesday.
_,--g. iIIIW ,>, ,..... the use of a practice green
all out
the Sooners will be going To Get 20th Win and a superb driving range. They want an Oklahoma
to make It a pleasant debut for SITTING I'IUTTYWith: his team in driving contention for the Aim-man League pen. A shop, locker rooms and Most si"uthe.ISII'IIl I inieieiue I Icoa football victory over Texas but
him CHICAGO (AP) It Isn't nant manager Al Lopez of the Chicago White Sox finds satisfying relaxation In a front pro and facilities lies have been easing off in i oppose former OU grid coach
Navy over Penn Statet Penn often that a pitcher for an office desk, cart bag storage practice as opening day ap ;Bud Wilkinson, Republican
State still hasn't found a quart. eighthplace club wins 20 hill be available In the recently pro.uhec1, but not \'..lIHIf'rbllt'lJad. i nominee for the U.S. Senate,

erback to replace the graduatedPete games. openedGoldenGate community k Green. >and Sen Barry Goldwater, GOP
Uske while Navy still has Now comes Larry Jackson of center, lie found etrois in the Com.
Roger Staubach. the Chicago Cubs, who are Orioles Still Jung, Golden Gate managing modores' plan when full"speed: The students came up with
Texas over Tulanet The destined to finish eighth in the Baseball director, said the first nine drills got umlerwav The result i some new auto bumper signs'
Green Wave Is determined to National League. holes are rounding Into excel- was a record 10n'I'I.'dke ses. I that read: "Beat Barry, Bud,
beat Texas, last year's No 1 Not only did Jackson, an Hold One Game lent condition under the watch- slot of four hours and 20 min. and Texas,"

team, In the Longhorns' own Industrious 33-year-old right ful of Dempster Brown, utes on team assignments; TUBS-
sandbox, but It won't happen hander, notch Ills 20th victory Roundup Lead In Race eye dav.
Missouri over California Tuesday, beating Cincinnati 8.1, ?, THE ASSOCIATED: PRESS course superintendent Green said some players FSU Coach Not
tohave these
Remember when teams openedthe but he became the first in the "We hope ready didn't !know what tliei were sin>
Eight percentage points farm: tub, delivered ke lIlts i in BALTIMORE AP U the for play the latter part of December With Team
) Happy
season with breathers? majors to reach the coveted |blanket the three American ( posed to do. "I'm glad this happened
Washington over Air Force: plateau this year. Jackson has ; i their first league appears' es Baltimore Orioles win the Jung said. "Shortly today and not Saturday,"
League ontenders
Junior Coffey Is the difference had 10 losses this season |today and pennant It's more than a Smoky pinch hit homer off American League pennant, It after the first of the year, our he said "Majbe the length of On Eve Of Game

and what a difference. Several times In his 10-year. ,Chance happening tied Tiger the ace Dave Wickersham will almost be antUcllmactlc-tt's official two-day opening pro time we spent| on the practice TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
score at 2.2 In the
Kansas over Texas Christian: career, Jackson has flirted with A good part of the credit, otcour.e eighth and Staehle's pinch hit already a miracle that they still gram will Include a number of field will impress some of out Florida State University Semi.
The Javhawk.r* have a small 20 victories but never made It. belongs to Dean Chance are In first place. special events--pro'aI11 play players of the task coming (the noles leave here Saturday morning .
single in the 10th scoied J.C.
but what Is most Important Manager Hank Bauer and his
Injury list He won 18 with St. Louis In 1960 opening game with OoigUTech. .
{the Los Angeles Angels' marvelous Martin with the run that brokeIt men's and women's tourna- for Miami and the first football
Is that halfback Gayle battling crew have survived a "
and last he had 1418 .)
year a
right-hander whose two-hit, ments, an exhibition, clinics game of the season
Sayers Is in prime condition up. number of crises and somehow surmised,
record with
the Cubs. Afterwards, Green
7.0 mastery of New York Tues. Boston rookie Ed Connolly and others." Coach Bill Peterson says he is
Syracuse over Boston College: He appeared to be a cinch to have managed to stay near the that the practice" was ".\ bit dissatisfied with the
day night helped send the Yank. training
fired two hitter Kan. said he !
against to namea
a Jung
Coach Schwartzwalder has top of the pack. expects "
Ben win 20 his first year with Chicago long I suppose, but well
ees reeling Into third place in ogress.! He staged timing!
las City and the Red Sox club professional October
On 23 after taking threeof by
two healthy quarterbacks In but finished the season with Aug. spent drills\ and
Mahle the flag race. cracked 14 hits for an 8.0 vlcto- four from Chicago the Oriolesled 1.He. gnrrmn snarpeiiine
Walley and Rich King seven straight losses."I But Minnesota's Rich Rollins Elsewhere, Alabama COol c li exercises Tuesday and said he
Alabama over Georgia: The was a better pitcher last who drove in both runs in a 2\, ry In the only other game the White Sox by l'/a games added that the new course Paul Bryant said that for the didi't like what he iv.
hints are that by the season'send year than this season," said close rail over Baltimore that played. The Washlngton-Cleve-1 and the New York Yankees by will encourage play by residents first time he siw "a sign of
Alabama may be the No. 1 Jackson, who finished last year prevented the Orioles from land game was rained out. five. throughout the Naples area. IIf." In his squad "I thought
team In the country.Northwestern with a 2.S3!I earned run average lead rates nod. National i League.leadlng Counting the second game we had a little letter piactlie
over Oregon compared to his 3.31 this sea. padding a Philadelphia nipped Houston 1. loss In the A Ui. 23 doublehead. today, and a little bit moie
State: Tom Myers still Is at the on. So do Smoky Burgess" a 37-year. 0; St, Louis swept a twUnlght: er, Baltimore has dropped 13 of Tate Schedules life,"' he said "Theie has been
old AL "rookie and Marv
Northwestern helm "But twin bill\ from Milwaukee 11.8 24 decisions. But even after
even a good pitcher less old genuine down to earth
North Carolina over North needs luck to win 20 games," Staehle, a first-time swinger, and 3.1; San Francisco defeatedthe > losing to the Minnesota Twins 2. Brief WorkoutFor effort, I believe thin any team a THE
lifted the
Carolina State: They were co. said Jackson, who credits his Chicago White New York beta 3.1 : the Los i 1 Tuesday night, the Orioles still I've had."
Sox bar< k Into the second spot by ,,
champions of the Atlantic Coast success to his distinct slider and Angeles Dodgers topped Pittsburgh hold a one.game advantage over Hurricanes Auburn scrimmaged) bilefh
Conference last year but State his control engineering a 3.2, 10-Inning S-3 and Chicago's Larry Chicago and are l'/a ahead ofNew MIAMI ,\P)- University of 1 against Houston plays and
graduated the most talent. "I once walked 44 men In one verdict over Detroit. Jackson became the majors'' York. Miami coach Charlie Tatescheduled coal h Ralph Jordan wis mote 'STAlIDB
Southern California over season In the mtnorl,"said Jack.Ion. The White Sox' victory put first 20-game winner with a 6-1 1 Despite a 6-5 record on a a brier workout: under .. satisfied with defensive goal.lliie
Colorado: The Trojans will be .This year he has yielded but them one ;per :ent..ge point decision over Cincinnati.Yesterday's. recent road trip, Baltimore the Orange Bowl light Tuaaday' , .
too much for Colorado In this S3 passes in 253 Innings."Some ahead. of, the Yankees, who trail, Increased its lead from a half. :prepare his football squad play.At \ coach Gravespredicted
Florida Ray
body told me that whenever I the orioles by seven points and to full The By THC AtuncutrD comes
Friday night encounter. game one game. for their season opener with
l'/j' I it would take! truce '
Skipping over the others: throw, I should throw at some. games Chicago and Baltl- margin held again as the OrU Florida State Saturday. American League, ,
touchdowns to win the Gators'opener
EAST: Army over the Citadel thing You know, have a target. more each have 14 games left, oles split a four.game weekend The Seminoles snuffed out the Southern Metlio. W. L. P, t. O.tff
Buffalo over Boston Unl. Jackson developed his sliderIn five less than New York series with last.place Kansas Hurricanes' wind last year 24.0. Florida against wound contact Baltlmc.ie 88 CO .'.OT -J
varsity 1953, one year after he scored Chance, the league's top Stars Tate named his starlit; lineup dlst. up Chicago 87 Cl I .588 .!
SOUTH: Auburn over Houston 28 victories with Fresno In the winner and No. I Yankee killer, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS City."How can you use 19 playersand against the seminoles for the the work rest and of planned the week.to taper olf New York 84 50 .!i87 I'lDetiolt '
Florida over Southern minor leagues. breezed to his 19th victory and Pitching Larry Jackson, still only get one run?" opener Playing end will be 77 70 ,524 lO'l' ;
10th Kentucky held a rhoit work.
Methodist, Georgia Tech over His triumph over Cincinnatiwas shutout, Chicago Cubs, scattered six hits i Bauer asked Tuesday after Rich game Captain Fred Brown and out, stressing passing and short Los Angeles 71(. 72 .'.14 12
Vanderbilt, Duke over South his sixth straight. Fourof Rollins' seventh Inning double for 6-1 victory over Cincinnatiand Rollins doubled to tie the game Tom Coughlln; Gene Trosch and before Clevelincl 72 72 .500 14
Carolina, Virginia Military over the six hits he yielded pulled the Twins into a 1.1 tie at became major leagues' first20.game : In the seventh and tripled to Ed Krazewtki will be at tackle; yardage for plays the rest of the Ilowlngdown week.Coach Minnesota 73 74 .407 14'1

William and Mary, Virginia came In the first two Innings. Baltimore and his triple In the winner, drive home the winning run In Fred Hubbs and Frank Beck Charley Bradshaw ,. Boston 65 83 .430 23 I
sold 1
over Wake Forest, Kentuckyover He limited the Reds to two hits ninth broke the deadlock. Batting Rich Rollins, Mtn. the ninth. will play guard; and center will end Jim Komara will Washington 57 90 .388 30'
Detroit the rest of the way and said Burgess, whom the Whit Sox nesota, drove In tying ton with i Over the past 24 games, be Norman Blanchard. miss the' Kansas* City r>4 92 .370 33 I
MIDWEST: Iowa State over after the second Inning he was acquired from Pittsburgh Mon. seventh Inning double and I Oriole pitchers have allowed an Bob Biletnlkof urn' It '< Swan opening Tennessee game with Detroit Tuescl,(ly's Results

Drake, Nebraska over South as good as he had been earlierIn day In an InterJeague waiver tripled In deciding run In ninth i average of only 2.84 earned wit share quarterbacking du. offs and kickoff emphasised kkk. Los Angeles 7, New You k 0 I
Dakota, Wisconsin over Kansas the season when he blankedthe deal, and Staehle, brought up as Twins edged American i runs, with eight starters goingthe ties. Running back will be Ran. cause coach coverage be. Minnesota 2, Baltimore I II
State. Reds on one hit. Tuesday from their Indianapolis League.leadlng Baltimore 21. route. But during the same dy Barth; Russell Smith will be the Vols' opening Doug Dickey said I Ch".I" ig! 3, Detroit 2, 10 I ItnliiRi .
opponent "al.
span, Baltimore hitters show a wing back; and Bob Banaszak does ,
ways a real good jolt on 1 Boston, 8 Kansas '
dismal .214 batting average. will play fullback. kickoff City 0
The Orioles made seven hits Washington at Clevel,mil,
After a limited ontait
Tuesday, but left five runners Infielder Ruben Amiro of the postponed, rain
stranded in scoring position Philliea la a native of Mexico. Georgia coa<'h Vine'e Dooley slid Todiy's Games;

GOOD 1 I >VEAR Get Goodyear Tires withTUFSYN '"Falrcloth he the Is pressure counting to take against on off punter some Alabama Mac of Los Chicago Minnesota Angeles at IX-tn.it at Biltlmoip New York, N

Saturday. Falrcloth, who aver. Washington at Cleveland I fc
w c kd Sky" r r 't "f, aged 38.2 yards last year for the twlnlghtKansas

fifth best average In the SEC, City ut BostollThurltr.ay's
has been booming punts long Games

and high during Bulldog /prar.ttce Los Angeles' at New You k, twl.
ts5at' + s Tulane coach '
) O'Boyle Only !game scheduled.
expressed concern over his
team's mental attitude. "After National League

our enthusiastic workout Mon. W. L. Prt. G.B
day, I was dlsapiotnted' today Philadeltda: 88 !i7 .li07 -

The exclusive rubber that said O'Boyle, who sends h'l. St. Louis 82 G3 500! G
extra-mileage makes
Green Wave against defending Sail Fran 81 G5 .!iGr, 71hChlllIlIdll
-F-C, national champion Texas Satur. 79 GG .:,;40 8sPlttshung ,
Goodyear Tires up to 5O% more durablel! day 74 70 .514 1311z

h ar Coach Charles Clendon of Milwaukee 74 71 .510 14
Louisiana State was disappoint. Los Angeles 73 72 .:'03 li!
ed with the listless performance Chicago" GG 78 .48' 211111I'"Iton
of his players and said he hoped / 59 88 .401 30
they will "get ready before It's New York 49 9G .338 39
r too late." He found) satisfaction Tuesday's Results

only in the play of the Chinese Chic' ago G, Cincinnati 1

y Bandits, the third unit or spe. St. Louis 11.3, Milwaukee C-l
clal defensive squad Philadelphia 1, Houston 0
Mississippi State roach Paul San Francisco: 3, New York 1
Davis alternated quarterbacks Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 3
Jim McBride) and Ashby Cook Today's Games

with the first unit In a i asslng New York at San Francisco
NOW JUST drill. Davis said chances are Cincinnati at Chicago
NOW JUST slim that center Pat Watson, Philadelphia at Houston, N
NOW JUST r who broke his hand last week, St. Louis at Milwaukee
a will see action in the
opener/ Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N
against Texas Tech. Thursday's Games

Sri Clnclnatl at Chicago, N
Philadelphia at Los Angeles

\ Fifteen Golfers .N

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type ( Nylon 70x15 WHITEWAll \ 150 black x l 14 tubeless or 670. is defending the \merica: Cup against a British challenge._ County TourneyThe (Cqf1'Lm' ,

tube entry list for tine win

Annual County Championship (:
typeIBBHI Golf Tournament continues to GGQ&
as three other golfers shot
grow \
MEN'S qualifying rounds yesterday' at AND
;! the Beach Club. \J: [,1' \ COUNTRY
Now JUST Among those qualifying yes.
JUST terday was Frank Grtswold a ( CLUB
NOW SHOES taking the honors .
JUST former champ, '
NOW In 19S4 and 1955. Others shooting b 7 with the fteitFACIUTIIS
1 preliminary rounds were Art
Faulconer and Nick Mlnarlch \]
en 1415 .0- ? The list now has reached 15 en.

tries. in Southwest Floridafor
1 The deadline for qualifying
,11I.r' 699 rounds has been set by Beach Country

plus tax end old rue 42 l Club Pro Paul Bell for Thurs. LIVINGGOLFING
If lax end old tire 42' Nylon AH Weather Loafers day September 24. The first
plus Nylon All Weather 800x14 blacH tubeiess round matches art to be com. / ,

Nylon AIIWeather 150114 or 6.70115 Sliponi pleted in a three-lay period end. II .I. CNcmtMiulii C.l( M

v1 6.50113 black tubeless WHITEWALL tubeless Ing Sunday, September 2'. "COIlOR' n.d.e.e. 'If pier,
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I Detroit mid his first hol.-in- HOMESITES , .
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one in 30 >etrs of otfmf when >. tkt kt C....,I Cl.k Lt.i.
Kwik-Chek Shopping Center MI 2.2052 h. cd the lae-ysrd lath holt is s..., ..., '....4.' |
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H. wet playanln a foursomewith P.," lid .1 mine 1114

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pi.i, Fla.. Wed. S.pt.mbw" 'I., If64 9


I Future Business Trend SeenIn


I Volume Of Steel OrdersBy

SAM DAWSONAP demands for higher pay and

r1, ', Business News Analyst more fringe benefits

NEW YORK lAP) Clues to In steel Itself prices of a 11aE

the future trend of consumerand number of products have been p uNo
1964 i.l'K ( n
t industrial prices are show firming. Costs ot other metals

t Ing up In the rising volume of have risen. Price weakness that

steel orders. And the early signs characterized some other In.

suggest another price upswing dustrlal commodities Is begin Midway2.2io7
v I could be In the making. nlng to abate. Actual market

Thli is because the steel or. costs often are above list prices.

den now pouring In seem In. There has been no general

\ -1. creaslngl to reflect two aspects price upsurge in the last threeor !. - -- - - -

1 of business thinking Just four years because produc. I :

lent now. One Is that the economic don capaclt has been more PUBLIC NOTICI 1-Announcements 36-Wanted To Buy

with HT upturn will continue well Into than equal to demand and the Used pickup. trans oanlvd
next year and more consumer resulting competition held \eia1d' lU-auty I' slun Good condition Sl goods can and will be sold. The prices down .NOTICE. OF INTENTION TO ion 7th Si South ertie Mainuna i ", i liI is iraS
oma neaiiTER FICTITIOUS NAME Corns of llth Av. Allfl ( 5O38Autos A ?S If
but other, and perhaps more significant But many now foresee this The "d..d' do.. hereby crt ttrtlt Ml I M.r

inch Is that Inventories of steel triad coming to an end. They 'ty.,cil that rontrattine w..r. conducting bume .at" Electr Marco !-l' .. For Sale

and other materials should be cite the business expansion in "stand Florid* undo the fie .
built 011ou' ,. . of MARCO EIEcTRICand 2-B.ket IYSs "m. 'lho.n. i.P14 j. .g.tfl
at last
ate. up as a hedge the last three years which has that old /rn, is cempo.rd 'oPh W W
}OP \ against either rising prices or put much of this once Idle capac 101l0.nl, p..o" *.lto,. names V FOR, $ ALE tOS0 / "
work if labor end pleas ot ,..,d..u. .', .s I J..p aaludtcnndlan;; '
stoppages work industries
pushes its to Many '
follow : HONDA HAWK $100 AND ,:DO MIMUST 'JJII 9'I' 1\ II14M
with1(11S' are now operating at or near CECIL' I E MINICK C"o'.1-7"o: o.dan
/ their most ratio to NuplM Manor TAKEOVER PAYMENTS '
profitable RICHARD A MINICK p100 MI 12011 11110 If
Bud, ti,1 i t.W a capacity. ....p,.. MnorOwmrthip CALL 1011262893Bolt.Motora SACRIFICE 2
of Marco Elctrie i* _
Until plans to build more ...
Leaders Ask facilities are carried out sometime CECIL E,. MINICK 19"RltHARO Acces. door 1964 Gala me 500.

in the future the suppliesof A MINICK + U% 11 not: Minion, Wli.l.r tIi H Exact mileage 6,252 MI
come basic materials and of .Napln.. ManorIt ,, tad su.do.l.arInebuchvt .
Industrial and consumer goods It n their mlnt.on to apply to rait ttfll.nl; canMian 23370.
Cl.rK of th* Circuit Court In MI ? 490/ qu 51a
n LBJ For Aid will be under Increasing prey and for Colhr County Florida tor.pst.r hr.r IIA/I IIVOAfdsoars 6 45-Trailers For Rent
tti* "id nam of Marco
cure from demand offering an old and "n ".cIint COlt
El.clnc undo th* provision of
opportunity for price hikes. chop,*r tOHJ Law of Florida: Act ::,, .1..WIII p'or .am.r,, rlp. an hoot automdbA worth Trailer* II o WOOS. win" IV

The Rising labor costs, which many ot Witnm 1911 |hir fiandt. thli Hit day J ISOO MM'O' Iny quay C.II I"MI III Rock a wok Crk Specs Ttr" ,lr 11 Park. wall.
,ml. 4f To Move Bills now think lie ahead will be only Of Auiuit CECIL, 1964 C MINICK 4 of the
one causes.
orn. f fa. RICHARD A MINICK Business Opps.
Steel orders attract attention Sept : I I*. Jl IM4 0211 48-Apti. For Rent
foot. + ? WASHINGTON: (AP) Dem. just now for several reasons. ---- l ten *..l.bi. Sh.ll >...>(.
Station lift rte SI No Pfion
t ie 5 oc ratio congressional leadersare One is that steel Itself Is a I4M4 or pall| al ttal on. SABLE SHORES APTS.

lie is ---- looking to President John. necessity for many other indus. Show Treasure a/10 lot _______ Ml/ I44HX
nl'ifjnine nATIIIXG BEAUTIES Harvest Queen Dee Dee :Miko\sky of Relle son for help in getting three tries and thus something of a SERVICE STATION >lly Ro cf and Ar.ca *v*.n

Glades lakes time out to relax and enjoy her visit to the Florida major segments of his program bellwether In both productionand /uriiKhvd, Air Conditioned I
) From Modern t.rvlc* latlon for I.... Bidroom Apt H.., .b*.ch tpir
ivliiSI : Pavilion. Uosco, the petal picking duck from Caribbean Gardens, moving on Capitol lull. pricing. WreckageOf by Atlantic Rftf.nlng; Co act 1100': phi month y.r round
I he ['on : I Ml rain>, IItfli
I/PI Nor.TaipiVtif ?"" pall
The President off today on I I Aflotheriu'jtht cjoif relation : :
enjoys posing with Dee Dee in the Everglades area. \ Th rln,1. .Paid , !
Western trip, Was reported; i q? ship; Of the fft teal and auto Indus. 1715 Storm I ( (o..r.r I ).)* 1.1 1rtNing, fated'incy Wl.k for or rent month. ,'ilt7t'il. l :
For turlnanformnlion tall Mr
have discussed with leaders byAlwsyt.lS tiles. The and fringe .
Thnm.s, tt M.... fla W.
aM:1iaa..: : .:&&v' 1",' 'O'n eetv+lTaN7at phone Tuesday methods of leap. benefit contracts that auto !11.1.AIIASSEE AF--An unnamed b "u 0' ..."t. ''IU Ivy A.. IfI'D -IM slog
froggtng a legislative icapper workers achieve are seen by hurricane in 1715 left Pt Myra, FI.1 /A 1111f.l.bl..h.d faro I bdrm. *pti Etficlcn.
Bill ., ,. mss. TV, Air Cond 741 4thAv
Trooper Airport tloiiment roadblock In the Sen. many as a model for what the 10 Spanish galleons wrecked I..." S.rv' I I.Mid, Matin"foillit I II H.ti.,' lo Ml 14/41

JOHN E. ZATB ate that has stalled action on his steel workers will be seeking In Florida waters their car- .",,'.. I lido Pdlh, Air So12Help EBB TIDE APTS.
r" 'I
aid and aid
foreign Appalachian next
and other
goes of gold sliver aumm.r ,.1.. no
measures. All this could change. But for articles stuck in the Wanted N.IIy_ Hood
.. precious _
Notes Leaders also were looking to steel orderswill -- -
some (time to come, 'Ilc.o.itn, Day Wxi. 01
him for suggestions on how tosalvage be closely watched as sloping sand bottom Duller brush to has opening:: Month t (IRIS MOTH Mltiiai
isags. _. -. ....., after another hur- for full or put dm' men and
.aalr.a.zsyaa' a ss, .:ISo --- I health Tuesday or MI HIM
the care pro. offering one of the( first clues to ... ." '..n N.pl.a 0" sale., _
3 I : far, September has been local operation after spendinga gram passed by the Senate. It how business sUes up the ef. rlcane"Dor "raked the I loi- people err ,wringing, 1100 and
II sent the (House to Ida the Board of Trustees up P>r wash I'lione'I:1: Myer 49-Houses For Rent
tM I following the traditional pattern week flying the Boston-Pro- was by an facts of the auto labor contracts. coast WE I 1114 or p O
uncertain rate In a Senate.House of the Internal Improve POM IDA *4rAntii ria "/t lot NINt" ALb
of decreased vlncetown
action the local the Labor
at run over
I Bdrm I II Path Apt "710
conference committee named to of parmo
airport. The weeks weekend. The ment Fund displayed some Want. Female
past two Day two operations 13-Help
9l,0 iron out different In Its parent ,
tldrm I Hilh Fnn..sh.dNnm
the treasure recovered tl.i.l i
have shown a marked decreaseIn are certainly a study In Social Security Mddlo' 1.1 lu ynil,,1 .nA ,' 1100' 11 >
rd measure. PET DOCTORly the "K. ,. ..1 ,J'.I.I
both the schedule and local contrasts this time of wreckage. counter ". a .hill ANo ASF
J year. Johnson was confronted witha coins and dull day w.t/r.. ".. M. Pi.mngefts I Brtrm Furni>h.d Horn. Car
sightseeing flights along witha On the Friday before Labor situation In which he would A W. Moll.r, D.V M Shiny gold I II l a m II.m.o, Rostaur port, utifilyI
and silver bullion made Tcl I flits tPCurb Bdrm 18.15.i... Kmb Ch.b
gold So
Ilk' le I I trickling of transientandprl- Day 19'7 passengers were flown need alt of his often.touted end Ilntumtst'.d' Opn Sunday
101(!; vate aircraft the from Boston Provlncetown to a striking picture against a Ones H" 5 pm 'ra .it
visiting field. to on persuasive powers save any pm 6 d." bond ,pay .1. ?" CARIBBIAN RtALTVMaaitu'
12 We can probably attribute thisto the shuttle flights which staned or all of the measures from a dark velvet tablecloth In the "ul. pnr.1 I I" ".rally T"'I''.''. .' ,
Ml til I' iAttractive
low 4 I I' II 1)40 'N" Trail
14 the weather which has been operating at 4 p.m and con.. stalemate that threatened to board room. .Lr .
141j keep the election year Congress A gold chain kept visitors Wanted MaleaapVlal.1I,11 rliiirjiii i hamo inn r.nl, tompistely
far from ideal and the fact tlnued until almost 8 p.m. In 14-Help 'u""oItod 114.<11.,." Ar.our
s3IOljy In session Indefinitely Senate Just beyond arm'i length away P.rly. Pantry InIuit.
that we are once again In between addition to this staggering load ball "I' .ai 11/1 near
Democratic leaders said It and two armed uniformed highway l.. al IIU Franb Wh.n, ,
and urwl Ian Apply
the of new
summer and winter one-way traffic, almost 40 th "Strut 0' Mldwr 111900Is
13 might last until Nov. 1. Pvtn Wnml rt./ isor'lymm+
an tI
patrolmen kept eye on .
seasons, passengers: were carried In the 1 lilt. IIt.cHlrnt '
There were Indications that If I-H'en! things as well. ttiiHTtIl-Ii. 01.--; Ouch l H-ul*. I
Although traffic Is off as com- opposite direction during the he has GET
pI to
choose would At the end of the table a round Yob td clan. float wr1in Blochl from nw Saa Gat
I pared previous weeks the totals entire day. Both Monday and prefer the $1 billion aid pro. GET TH' VET! "n..oO ", .,",..."to man Ikrnool/, campltly' I lurnlih.d.:

I I,. are still well above the Tuesday followed the same pattern gramfor 11 states touched by GET TH'VET! pretty girl In an evening gown .. /,hit wrSlflC.'. ..<..ond.tnn.umt ., 9rMr or Its pr rant m monthly ntn en y.arty Tall ?i..n till:

figures set last summer with only this time the heavy the Appalachian ranges where displayed a gold necklace 11.0..1 offit, lam lopm "/" It51Wanted

45 passengers carried between loads were all outbound to Bos- there are areas of deep econom.ic wrought by a long-dead SpanIard I */ll'191
loll Overcrowding a vehicle with Naples and Miami last week. ton from the Cape.The additionof distress. In a New World mint. 15-Sales Help Wanted Rent

passengers is one of the most Most noticeable lack of action Is the recently acquired third Johnson who toured some of At the end of the chain was a J or J b.droom 'furmthvil no.,is. ..
or Apt Monthly will
dangerous practices a driver the areas earlier In the coral-encrusted pendant alnmen went.d. let nil newend Local or u nInn
In the local sightseeing flights Lockheed certainly made welcomed year resident for 94
can permit Special care shouldbe which hit an all-time low last difference !t" handlingthe made some firm promise that At a side ruble weir ,nrilr l 'Irtwonu th uud, 'un, Prrtar oral,,, .mnbit. v.... r or .11. ... rtor.nr. r.,",

vK lie vollM .. i .. , .... .. ,
not to crowd the llfc ? ,1.,11..ii.u.
week. The combination of the demand and IrdDEARIs .
was in .
everyone stands i' "iv r IMIlin; -
driver or to confine the driver'sarm to lose face and votes of the TOD'S.. nthod muvl b* hiss lvl: I [to (700-sir month, ;...r3llstinfls
weather and with the minimumof .
the general trend transported if that pledge .Ine. v. It. i, .,,.'. 1 rtrrln .. ,
. if he goes unfilled. Leads for taking souiiillin' In ,,,, ,
movements is re seem to be the big factor here delay. Another unexpected"helper" The Appalachian I. ,
bill ,
howev.er ".n u.a.
quired to act quickly in an weather shallow water chart divider , .
once again was old man is stuck behind the I '" I' "Ii "
emergency. John Zate returned to thepDUI'C:8 who co-operated td the fullest down foreign aid measure bogged O My hot l7-y fumoroui or.old female for determining a ship's location Ion lmnri.l, Wood, Jp Chrylr North Ply'Trail'mouth:; p.wta' =/1.. ?
e growth
parrot balls for
twl. with clear and cool autumn Senate Republican leader Everett cannon shooting / <| > Wanted
M. Dlrksen which encircles: the right nottril.H at anyone who came too close
skies for the entire period. has offered a
. Those riding Naples-Miami: rider to the aid bill to stay for a don nol cover Iho opening a sword handle probably worn 16-Help Available .n".v.East bayata Napha tat low Colh.cost.,County ham.

"ez; last week Included Mrs. ].G. year or more court.ordered and the bird breathes. "freely, II by a Spanish officer and other "" .du.l. "..cl...! Nun* ....kponiion _rniry ,... nn Ih9 fr... t/IAi/

} \ ; Pi Sample, Mr. and Mrs. S.F. reapportionment of both housesof appears lo b* growing (oil. Con items were displayed.The in doctor*>onnc* anti,* Writ H.velacrdarian 57-Houses For Sale

G.B.7V. .J .. .........1 Ii.i1J; I Iw. Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Les state legislatures on a popu.| this bo removed lurgicollyfWho gold silver and other tdna ru.rllod.s.Smith,Fr 1.P O Bo 101,

C J .In.",, _. ...r 'rt'.ves.rrestS! Whitaker, Mr, and Mrs. Johna- latlon Senate basis.liberals does this type of work. ? ,li a parrot Items came from the wreck [XCUfI\I[ AVAILAIiLl.u. 9/H -a 6Arm Carport I Path- Fir lroek. PI....otl7. --

thon Slater and Vega. directed by phyiwolly strong enough to age of Spanish bullion ships ..... ht nol spoAd sahe Walt' lo ...eats School Open
George Sen. /Hubert H. Humphrey, oriented Chicaio ...tufiv. but Sunday
8Vi13V rID' --=':'; 'c-r':2: ::: .:==.: 'Ctl1:: Sole charter flight for the week running mate, lost 42 to 40 an undergo this typo of surgery? off( Fort Pierce Survivors has lfordcf tim' rlirmnl *l CAMIBBCAN
_1 carried the news of the disaster I" rady to basin of 40Hrm'
( 11 \ was operated Wednesday nightIn attempt> to substitute a compro. Mr, John Ropatiy, Canton to ,11 tarn talent' w... "..110"
14 'tU f : :,, ,'if I the Piper Comanche for miss Tuesday It would have Ohio. to Spanish officials(([ In for you To top diet ln, will Inc N. Trail Ml seine
,.. .. ;, In. to start imalf Naply Boe'ni <
Florida and
: 0 L.A. Ci Graham who air"taxied advised the courts to give ade. salvage operations A 11 cull.." County" Oval Palm Or om..u1.1.
Si* : :'.r:.......:.. .... . . .'. ...... ....'n. ) over from Miami following his qn.it time for reapportionment A A I 17 y."old parrot ,II o trory began Immediately N.ws i.!lii it I CN nom I .kath New dan wait tnt to 1 wallcarpot util.lly .

arrival from Rome, Italy via but would not have attended to young bird From your aWrlptlon, I Then came the pirates and 23-Misc. For Sale runt, M.ny; ..lrf, XlAR.

19 ===:= r-J' "::==:"' New York.Cable compel l them to do so. would lodge (hot th. tumor" mull' b* looters Not much of the bullion outtt lOW. Ml*/ PECK 1 Mil, ass"IZw..1f Jlh Ay
After It was beaten, Sen. ""' 0..01 lurglcally, Thu, operation will from ,this reached \PU'1o .f. your .Yr OlIO -
1 .. n.w
bJ) r51 I convoy yo 'iAW crp.t r.mov.It' NraTy with *.laD liCrl9VH
; Yy Strom Thurmond D.S.C., b.don undr anoinSona" and "Ih. bird Spain. | :: with Iluo lustre Hen/ lawn, 1.\cop.O near b..rh.

. M ... \,"w ...... 4Ik'\' I brought up a House.passed bill will, ..prlnc* n. pain. AI,., /the Puma Dill Kldd director of the .'lclne hampoa $1. Naulatrurnitur r b.druom r bath MI 1 I....
.. >
"r 1.. ,':..r Cars In C* t/li M t
( ... ....: to federal courts
0 J l. 'fr' r. deny Jurlsdlc. hoi bn removed, II ft (iiontiol II fund said that under state PWIVAfg ,AlT

rk 1 Frisco To Be Off tlun over reapportionment that Iho 'turner" b* nomined" by a lob.oratory law must take the 26-Personal' NO BMONIMSO
3 ._.. cases The Senate killed It 51 to salvagers .. mad till thr. bdroom,
F;>> ;::: r.J.: : la ddermine" rt II li malignant.Sargry ,
state as a partner on quarter ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS t ball ham in IRE MOOR
(AP) el this .,. ,
typ. ll prformdrgu. tHai c. heat and air
IsroV r I. Ie ., The cable cars won't be chasingup ; Administration ,supporters larly by lrlnarloni' who tpeciolli' shares giving the sine 25 per Mr probiim, or tvomd An for /:*'lp By tall.(, Conditioning. mooting Ihrouih
fJJ and down San who had to cent of what H recovered. Ml 1 /t5guitars out *cpt I ...0'00"" Com
Francisco'shllli i hoped get a vote In ins serd.lly'
I ,
\ .. 'In birds Th.r.eresnumberd.st." w.laowU Min in ,ir.lllplitl $.'. kite"in including disposal
between next Dec. 15 and I the House this | .
+hreey : tkrv : week on the 'Inarlani la quolrid) ,In any large city Church Ann*. en llhIt and di.hwa.har He. Mrndporch
Jan. 15.The program of health care for the al /"> A". every Tu*. and p. *d 'rivwy, tod dad
You ton contact local veterinarian Twelve Year Old !I., Phon
your >> Mrues/ after
fit I Id M
Public Utilities Commla., elderly, backed down Tuesday BUM el _y
'. N t P M M1n
for' duke him the
or, through contact
lion has ordered a month-long; and allowed the measure to go Grades Df,".n| lo Bn,|..h Mondurat
Back In
local irlnary aitoclollon' lot a Want "m.on. '.. share 0.
shutdown 58-Lo For
to Install new to a conference Sale
equip .
committee ,
Co" I. .usc.ml Co
les.V Which size Savings Bond you should buy ment. without instructions. rW.rrolSHOW'S After CollegeEAU r-., tm/nty R..Ity 90,9 11 95 '....1 iro l.u.I.1, un.r ''''
- - nor new School
------ - cost
.and why 33-Servket Offered Will N.5b 11.100 "on.
.. ))10fIII
CALLIE AP ":- Dllly a/n If

Green whose Vj at the age I SLIP CQVERSry :

1. Starter size for steady savers. Worth $25 of 12 Is far into the genius T'op'u'' D,."" "p"ol"l.n 59-Acreage

at maturity; sells for only $18.75. category had to go back to t ,., Muq. 'I I JI"
size and big with 14 ."* tracts " down end
2. Increasingly popular very
grade school after a six-week f 1 M pr month No ,
Payroll Savers. Only $9 weekly buys one a fling at college IIMOO, On. "" ,". from OoldVn

month comfortably. Sells for only $37.50. Poor penmanship and lackf :1 I r.'c: City,, Polly Open. Sunday 5/IC|Col,(

3.Jirand-nfH' size. For people who want to ';:" ) high school mathematics set NN .. Oat,.." elm.'tom U$.4t

buy more than a $50 Bond but not quite'a Billy back with his contem- aero ."Cools. eoun!
ty. got
$100 one. It's worth $7'i: when it matures in poraries despite the (act he arts u the Tra.6

7:1: >ears. Sells for just $5625 finished his summer college ....., bra,
-t :c"U : I
4. Ii you're in a hurry to build up savings. 7 r course fifth out of a class of .... butt with aw lctricity, i iiO and

this one's tailor-made. Each is worth $100 at about 30.Drevard. roads 0.1t. by .c.... I'.. ,..
down 120 pr month and
maturity; sells for only $75. County Junior( College |up Open'Sunday. Colliar Coun'
refunds and other yrs officials said |X Rialty a/IS w. If4uick
5. Perfect for bonus, tax + Billy scored

windfalls. Grows into a tidy nest firSt of $200at high In his science class dealIng ...1 10 acra |W pr
t-- with the of aero Open Sunday, CollierCmiMy
maturity; costs only $150. principles en-, "..''y I/T w s tf

6. For bijr-time savers . and small investors e rgy,force and mot Ion,meteorology

You get guaranteed interest excellent and chemistry. 61-Income Property

security. Worth $;)00 at maturity; sells for However he was hamperedIn )woe, mud Mil IS unit Mot*!
> ,, the solving of physics and T lu* bvdroorrt apartment ...
only $375.
I S1.. Collar County Realty61lncome .
7. This one'" fine for part of an insurance chemistry problems by a lack 114.waif

settlement. Worth $1,000 at maturity; sells of high school mathematics.

m for only $753.:>> Billy whose 1Q asmeuurcd 1r Property

8. Good place for reserve funds-for businesses at 200-plus, Is considered# Trail frontage |j* a front foot
ii. end Motet I-
pension funds credit unions and other Good : 'Tfi / i his a brilliant teachers.science student f y j 1 f I Irr It fnlf"urnol County?. R.aNyInsur.ncs Open Sundey.

ra institutions except commercial banks. {

I i.ii 1' YOU too. when you happen to have $7503.:>> Billy's parents, Mr.and Mrs.
? / A William C. Green were happy .
.. a.Y P'"f
-1lr y yo 'on.)
vM! he did so well In college but Man. Auto Nome Ownse.
.1 K.., freedom )I. yew future were Just as happy to see him ARAB EA; RfrewtoProngPf59wM0lt PHp,

.I BONDS ..,.. , .. "11 ntr41'it 'jAfOrR J INSURANCI:
BUY U. S. SAVINGS r return to "normalcy. ; Sth Avo. North
I IWdf, sre)'lpA' prssFIs, yi t /s5t/ */IeYat[

I NTH E AIR-I Air' r, In format.. |ri. ,Image gf'Ie.ytere raise'
Royal glen
1\ rc* atrobatlc Um fly
., per
.d.. '.. .. j. "" I" Forty cent M the naliodf CALL FOR
@ r I i .f..... .....,,1.... ,.,. '0"".' "" JJI; veer Ltttl Kiltingttn' InI.,,". The jt planes were rill.*ring for a *ynhrnlidduplay population will be wide 20 year .lit' elntrell to ll|', *i.'ir farther' RUBBER STAMPS .

L.': *l the /oci"ty cf rltith' Artpc C.mpanies'' ...*... to b* held e' Frnt.rugri of age Mil )".'. pr.4ic...*,. King laud I.

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CENT .: .. ._. _
UmH OM Yew Owlet With $5 or More Ordw Urn* OM Your Choke SALAD UmH Four Yew Chok>*

1 t Collee Dressing Evop. Milk r


iti 14k. u' Thrifty Maid Ne.1L T... IDeS
"i. C C
p : E 59 savE 49 Qt.29c Qt.49c

i W 30c Carnation 2 N.125c;

i 04, G

I, ..: Priui EffKtiv. Sept 17th Iiry 19th Ailc any er why the eho
:i h 1 +7- Kwik Chili and you will mod likely
isu r'tfk get about the same aniwer from all
STORE HOURS of lh.m. "Their Service li Excellent"
I OPEN 'TIL 6.30: MON. TO THURS. ', . "They Say Me . .
21 1 1I OPEN TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI. "I 1 Have a Greater Variety of Quality
National Brand Foods To Choose
OPEN 'TIL 7:00: P.M. SAT. .
From "I| Can Put My Trust In
31E rc \ Their Finer Quality and Better Trimmed
l . .
Reitrvd Meats" Their Fruits and Vege.tables
Quantity Right ,,; are Two Hours Fresher"
._,AH of the reasons listed above and
MEATS r / : More as Shoppers Their Favorite Have '


Spareribs . e e ". 59cVAN limit One With$5 or More Order- DIXIE CRYSTAL

Sauerkraut HOLTEN'S . 28 .n* 39C 5 ;
W-D BRAND uguc
-- .
Sli. Bacon . . . *. 49c d
i I f
TARNQW'S Sausage SKINLESSWieners . . 3 u.s.> $100 Tom. Puree 4 Nt2'h $100

i u. 49c rm
e e e e e e
COPLAND'S SPiCED LUNCHEON,VARIETY PAK OR Nib. Corn 6 '12 tans ex. $100

She Bologna . u ex.Pkl. 49c SAVE 38e GREEN GIANTGreen

I T EJ'SFili: FROZEN e . e e e *. 39c a M1 r Peas 6 303-Cant Six, $i

J e* r mmmWD ,
ia1 a SAVE 16c CAMPBELL'SPork&Beans
16 ox
Turkey Parts 8 limit Can'IOO '


Ireirt With LYKES SUGAR CREEK ; $ 008;
ME. .6U&
Ribs 69C JL 45' SMOKEDHAM .
-- '::1-o<(< -- '
Iien-L4tation7 $100

FREE! This Week

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FUTURISTIC PATTERN H- C Drinks i Vi46oi.cini Limit FourOval $00

Whole or Full ChoiceSAVE
Soup Shank Half "'.
Bars 3 Pk .. $100
SPOON 10 to 14 Lbs. Avg. Fig . .
Redeem the Valuable Coupons from the Booklet SAVE 5< NABISCO RITZCrackers
you received In the mail for Toblewore. Full Butt Half 12 ci.Pkgi..
Special Bargain and Bonus TOP VALUE W D BRAND 3 $100
STAMPS. Leaner Fresher .
Bread 2.5
". r . fig'ALLPURPOSE Leal .

Apples . 5 N 49c YOU GETTOP ( . DAIRY DEPL
FLAME TOKAY 39 VALUE 1 WISCONSIN Old, Fashion Mild CheddarGrapes

19* ,1 Cheese . . u.. 59cWISCCNSNJMUENSUR
m i s s STAMPS s r .

Corn 10 59 AB Flavors PURCHASE &lPkP.ftAND: { Sli.Process American
r r r r r SUPERBRAND I Cheese. . 12 01. Pk,. 49c
I FANCY SWEET M4dI r KlUSSJ:( or BallarJ'i CtniedPotatoes
I I II II . 5 -. 59C Ice Cream 1 1 Biscuits 4 8 01. Cans 39c


HOUSEWARES' 6ai11. Sherbet Half Callon 43c


I I Pod a Cover Set Dinners . Ead 39c

Gated With T.lton t- MORTON'S FROZENBread

i bell88C!* Farm House ,,,.. Dough 3 I.LL Loaves 551I _

I ....
I II nn Fruit Pies
I FESTIVAL SNAP SEAL COVEO. Fish Cakes 2.Lb. PIli". 79c

r At- Bowl Set 3 For $100 BIRDS EYE FROZEN /e

, Peas With Butter Sauce B 3 Pk... 99c

.Ii'ThrH| Piece Sit 69 C SUN SIP FROZEN

I-.- [ .' ... Orange Juice 4 '01. Cana 99c


I a w.ow .ww-
r ;:.. Crest.'... 1 . lysol Fo-m "'I. afd House i Gr+en -; SUjMrbrand Cottage
I COUPONS L. Tooth.Paste y" 69c ,,,, Qeansr Vv: 89 Bomb 1:?.. s149 4. 0...ae SScCwp.
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