Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00251
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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 17, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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Weather Partly cloudy through Outlook Friday. & I+ h. a.m.Low p.m.Afl.rnooa .

showers ever one.fourth! Iit N Sept, 17 0 : 9 NI 1:58

of area Low tonight In the 70*. Oll er r tUts Rcpt. IB 1:51: 107 C:3t

High Friday 8 6 to '0. NortheaM d L I SP 10:38: 4:13: 5:11:
:. and rant winds 8 to 15 miles an Q n > k,' I Slept ti 1:17: 5:15 SU:

; hour ltd one ur l\hrro

Addonehot eaRay bridget


Court Hits At Public Accommodations I l aQRy

LBJ Tells % t. \\R)

Of Nuclear i Section Of Rights

War Horror


President Johnson Ignored a Act Knocked Out
steady rain today to mingle with

banner waving, shrieking
1 crowds as he arrived at Portland *
to propose a broader na.
tlonal conservation program BIRMINGHAM, Ala. ,APA }- department will appeal the de. decision to the I.S. Supreme
Johnson was greeted at the three.Judge federal panel to. demon to the Supreme Court He Court He closed Ms business
1 Portland International Airportby day ruled that the publlc-ac. said It will ask a Ita) of the rather than integrate it.
several thousand partisanswho comndatlons section of the Civil restraining order granted b)' the Decisions of ee.JuJje pan.
pressed around his closed Rights Act Is unconstitutionalas three.Judge court, pending dlspo. els may be appealed directly to
car as he began the drive Into ai piled to a Birmingham sit Ion of the case by the high the high tribunal
the city restaurant court. The ruling did not state If the
The President hopped out of The Judges, who expressed The ruling, filed in t-.b.' Uts. panel considered the publlfeac.conuxlatlons .
r their concern over the spreadof trlct Court, was In connectionwith section unconstltu.
the auto to do some hand-shak.
tog and hat.waving In the JosU ,ngresslonal powers, I Issued a suit brought by' 0111 tlon.il as applied to all restau.
ling throng a temporary restraining order McClung Sr and his son, co. rants. The wording In a key par.
Johnson flew to Portland from against acting U.s. Atty. Gen owners of elite's Barbecue. agraph, the \last one read:
Seattle where he had argued for Nicholas Katzenbach, prohibit. The McClungs challenged the "We rmulmle that Title U of
continued White House controlof ing him from enforcing the act constitutionality!! of the law and the Civil Rights Act of 1904, as
nuclear weapons, saying the In Washington, a Justice Department asked for the temporary Injunc. applied to the business operated
United States had taken "every spokesman said the tlonV. b)' these plaintiffs, was beyondthe
step man can devise to ensure Dint, Judges Se)l.ourn competence of Congress to
Lynne and H,H. Grooms of
neither a madman nor a malfunction enact and that Us enforcement
could trigger nuclear Birmingham and Circuit Judge against plaintiffs under the clr.
war." Walter Gcwln of Tuscaloosa, cumstances of this would
The President dealt In detail Ar Ala., heard the case Sept 1 and be violatlve of the Fifth Amend
p--1 L held It under advisement until
with the nuclear war question In ment of the Constitution of the
a Seattle address at a hotel today Unllod Stales, In part reading! :
dinner sponsored by three area The case was the second key "No person, shall be x X x de.
colleges and the Seattle Cham. court test of HIP ait. The nil. prlved of x x x inert\ or prop.erty .
tug was direclll I counter to the
ber of Commerce without due process of
Although he never once allud. The or Judgment by a similar tin'PP. \lawj xxx' accordingly/ they
ed, even indirectly, to Republican Judge panel In Atlanta, which are entitled to the relief for
\\\01" hell that the section" was ron "
rival Barry Goldwater he in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS which they pray.
CIIEEHS for the Naples Senior high School gridiron stltutlonol and that an Atlanta
apparently felt that on the Friday night's battle at Arcadia will b'.! led by this quintet of pretty TEHRAN, Iran (AP) An restaurant and! others similarly The 'Judges'1Io1S the said naked that If Con.to

going nuclear for topic him,he since had It something was his young ladies who have been training long hoius for the season-opener Iranian air force Jot fighter situated came within the scopeof ill green what It attended powpi"to do In
From Julie Chickening Cherie Blanchette Peggy Hood, escorting Ethiopian Emperor the act.Atlanta.
second speech In 10 days to left they arc : Halle Selassie's the IlIlhUr.ae'l'ummn.IllInns sec
plane crashed
feature the subject. Barbara Tatu and Susan Wood "We'll sec you at the game," saidPeggy restaurant owner Los.
NEWS ) today on a factory. Oneworker ter Haitian\ has aiipealwl that ((imlinmil "n page K)
As he did In Detroit on Labor the cheer squad captain ( photo was killed, 12 were missing In

Day, Johnson said control over the fire caused by the crash,
nuclear weapons "must be and several others were Injured.

centralized: and In most the hands responsible of thehighest Need Policy To Win In End World Fear HONG KONO (AP) The City Council Confirms

officer of government the Hong Kong government plans to
president of the United States" Of Attack, Aim resettle 1.9 million refugees
Goldwater has contended that from Communist China in the

some way must be found to turn Cuba Kirk Tells Jaycees Of DouglasHomeLONDON next 10 years, in the process Sewer Assessment RollNaples
over control of battlefield nil, becoming the landlord of almost
clear half the colony's population.
weapons to one multtna. .
lion command of the North "A Win policy as to both man from Alabama "one of Minister Sir(AP Alec) -Douglas.Prime The resettlement will cost CIO) Council this morn. sessment rate was 1.37 rents a

Atlantic Treaty Organitatlon. Cuba and Viet Nam are des- the most deprived areas" because Home's Conservatives promised more than $280 million, the Ing confirmed the assessment square tout .

SATO'S present nuclear stockpile perately needed by the United of the "free enterprise today to seek io end the world government announced. Thurs roll for Sanitary. Sewer District Roy R., Fuller, t owner of a
Is under American authorl. No. I, irf 'ft Citysprolrbl.hoe e 1(4( 4.14U Avenue Southl) point .
Kirk Republican '
States, Claude R, system", pointing but that had aching fear ofWprlse attack If day.Tht
y J. I ty. government has resettled not heard the last of the big ed out Inv hls protest (hat s salt
candidate for the United "we had ad anti-poverty bill, their party wins the Oct. IS
to fcvershadow than In sewer district.There of
Johnson chose more 700,000 refugees water pond across the back
States Senate last night told then I would probably now be election
t IIal1d.across.the.border meet. the last 10 years They are was widespread sprcu- Ms pinperty reduces his land
Ing earlier with Canadian Prime the Naples Jaycees at a dinner chopping cotton In the woods In an election manifesto, the housed in 17 resettlement estates I lallon In the Council room, after area by more than 2,000 square
Minister Lester Pearson with meeting at the Elks Club. of Alabama." Conservatives also promised to and five low.cost housing the public hearing was adjourned, feet City Attorney David Splng.
his H-bomb speech. Today, In a "In six years In the senate This country was founded by work with Union the and United other States, the projects scattered over Hong that some property owners, dissatisfied ler indicated that underwater land

(Continued on page 2) my opponent has not raised ,men who didn't believe that all Soviet safe general disarmamentand powersfor Kong Island and the adjoining with their sewlir alSt'S'. should not be assessed, and Joel
his voice In the Senate about good things came from London. to halt the spread of nu. mainland menli.wlll file lawsuit As a i "s.slble Ku|>erlxirg suggested that the
the Cuban situation," he said "Nor do I believe that all good Indication of legal action to owner "bring us a certified aur.vey" .
weapons. MANILA (AP) Remnantsof come a numher of the C8 writtenprotests show how much of
Gladys Getting "What we need, and what I things come from Washingtonas The party pledged, however, to just
the Communist lick rebels
read at the
hearing were his lot the pond covers
propose to give Is leadership. the Democrats seem to to keep Britain's Independent
Better Organized who tried to overthrow the filed by lawyers behalf of Word
on ter City Manager Vince said
"At no time has Senator Holland think," he said "The free enterprise nuclear deterrent which it decade
Philippine government a lain landowners.The that the 25Wo) jt commercial
Has 125 Mile WindsMIAMI spoken up against the Cuban system has done a described as a "vital contrlbu. ago now operate a MaflaUlke hearing was illmaxed by perty depth factor was over.pro.
revolution the Castro lot for for all of and lion to Britain' diplomacy anddefense.
me, us protection racket, the Defense Council without dissent
APThe winds of passage, looked In figuring the assess.
Hurricane(Gladys built up to take over, nor at the time of we want to see that It Is preserved The opposition Labor epartmenlaaYI. on Councilman Francis Ford's! meet! for land owned by DudleyIt.
12mUe.an.hour fury today and the Day of Pigs Invasion, or ," he continued. party Is pledged to abandonBritain's The department said lick motion to confirm the roll, "as Gill laliue "and-or Edward Gal.
the storm continued to whirl at the time of the missile cri "Not far from here Is ano- nuclear weapons. commanders, while no longer a modified to correct computation laliue" south or Holiday Inn on
along the west-northwest trackit sis." ther man of about my age, who conference Douglas.Home his told a news threat to national security, have er tors" noted during the course the Tamlaml Trail The proper
party Is
has followed for two days. Kirk was Introduced by Don has" different Ideas--Castro." domestic grown prosperous extorting of the hearing Mrs Casey Miller ty's assosMment should be redue.
presenting a
T. Jones of who program money from victims In Luzon seconded, and It was passed ed accordingly from $2,095.04
Wednesday, Gladys was reported Naples, pointed "Today I am working for a for the modernization of Britain.
getting sloppy and out of out that at 38, Kirk had found- free Cuba In exile and have The opposition Labor party's Island's central plain. with little discussion to $2,022, Wood! said.
shape, but during the night and ed and had served as presidentof been for some time." He platform last week made the "They also raise funds Council indicated that threeprop.rty Outside of the above three
through benefit balls, beautycontests | assessments will be cases Council In effect
Weather Bureau
morning reported the
Heritage Life the setting up of a same claim.
and other eligible to
sudden reorganizationand money.mak. qualify fur modifies all other protests when It votedto
Intensification.Winds a Insurance Company. Jones also "free Cuban" government In "The difference between ing gimmicks," the statement lion. Beatrice K. Whlditun as.sesiment confirm the assessment rollAssessments .
called attention to his recordof exile such as the Chinese Nationalists Socialist planning and our will I h. lowered from
ofhurrlcan: eforre of privatoly-own.
service with the marine have In Formosa planning Is government by said.The killed 23
lashed out 100 miles to the corpsIn rebels reportedly $2,598.27 to $2l03.87.ller | ro. ed parking lots and thunhpro.
World War U. which would be able bor- compulsion and government by In central Luzon last contains loot ,
northeast and 50 miles to the to person party 09,100 square |petty I will' stand, Council, ailed
southwest of the center. Forward In his Introductory remarks, row money, obtain credit and consent," Douglas.Home said. year. Most were farmers who but she was assessed for 77,100
speed of the storm had Increased Kirk explained that he had train an army which could even The Conservative program refused to be Intimidated square feet, The district's is. (dinlinutil' nn page H)
calls for annual
an four cent
from 10 to 12 miles moved to Florida as a young tually retake Cuba Instead the per
expansion In Britain's national
an hour. present administration is wealth, creation of an Industrial

a.m The(EST eye )was near centered latitude at 24 11.6 Dr. King To Get actually the Cubans hampering to help the effortsof themselves authority research, doubling and development spending on Nine Want To Be Swamp Buggy Queen I

north, longitude 64.8 west, or road building, and an early
1000 miles slightly&: south of due Papal AudienceVATICAN He told of recently) seeing start on the channel tunnel
east from Miami and 523: miles
uniforms and between Britain and France
south of Bermuda. CITY (AP)-Vatican
A high pressure area off New officials confirmed today made In Russia, sent by Castroto
England was blocking any northward that Pope Paul VI has granted Brazil for the purpose of
turn of the hurricane. papal audience Friday to Dr. taking over that country for 1J
As long as the high remains Martin Luther King. the Communists, and how that Arms Parley >
there, Gladys will stay on the The Negro civil rights leader effort had been stopped by Civilian J
same course, and the Miami came to Rome with the hope of leadership in Brazil and Quits Without
Weather Bureau saw no prospect discussing with the Pope the role of a similar effort which had
of any change at least for of the Roman Catholic: ChurchIn been thwarted In Chile with f

24 hours. fostering racial Integration the defeat of Allende. Any ProgressGENEVA tie

Hammering at what he term-
(CAP) The 17.
ed a lack of leadership the
ff. disarmament
'V v: nation L? hM
of his the
part opponent incum- went Into a flve-month recess
bent, he called attention to the today after falling to achieve

larter's record In voting for any progress this >ear. t. arq
(Continued on page 2) Soviet negotiator Semyon K. h
I Tsarapkln summed up the 4V
even-month 164 session this

Wallace Plans way
"The balance sheet of the

r To Wait And See concrete: achievements of the -
1 conference for 1M4, II for the
On PresidencyATLANTA preceding rears, shows a

gloomy and depressing figure of ", t and received \U a Junior at :
(AP)-Cov. George Never underestimate thepo- a degree Naples HIgh.
C. Wallace of Alabama has de. ZERO. wer of a woman and when froi: the University of Tampa she Is five feet, eight Inches
dined to endorse either prest. This year's negotiations began there are nine of them, all Business School In 1960. She tall and has dark brown hair
dentlal candidate at this time last January In a general atmosphere young and beautiful, watch out! IS a striking! redhead. and eyes. Her hobbles are bowl-
"I'm going to wait and see a of optimism which Headed by that number of contestants She Is sponsored by the Naples Ing and sewing.
while," Wallace told newsmen gave way to one of disappoint Business 1 I.t the daughter of Mr.
East to date, Naples annual and Professional Terry
& Wednesday after speaking to merit and gloom as and
\,omen'. and Mrs, George E.
Club. She Stacey
the Southern Tuberculosis Con. West remained deadlocked on Swamp Buggy Queen contest enters enjoys all
ference here. every Issue, Including even Its 17th day today. Sponsored outdoor sports and her hobby 1240 Pine Street Brookslde

"Let's wait and see what they questions of conference proce. by the Jaycee wives, It reading Village, and Is sponsored by
say," he declared. '1 don't dure. the popularity sweepstakes will I Barbara Kress, U 18-years- Norman Auto Supply. She plansto

want to be taken for granted During the last few months, close officially October 23. of-age and Is a senior at Naples go on to junior college af-
anymore." the representatives of the Unit. Newest entrants to compete Hl h. The daughter of graduation from Naples High

Wallace said he would be ed States and its Western allies for the title of Swamp Buggy Mr. and Mrs l Karl Kress, 1075 School.
happy to have both Republican and the Soviet bloc delegates'! Queen are Janice May,Barbara Eighth Avenue, North, Barbara All girls. 16 years of age
Barry Goldwater and President have done little but blame each Kress and Terry Stacey. plans to be an airline hostess and unmarried are eligible to

I! 'eVEA TelephutoiF.tCES Johnson, the Democratic: stan. other for the lack of progress In Janice the daughter of Mr. upon completion of her studies! enter the contest. However
dud bearer, ampatgn In Ala. the 2'/i-year>old negotiations and Mrs. C.May of 458 She Is sponsored by the Beach they must have a sponsor For

TRIAl-Attorney James Preisentin. left, confers bam. The Soviet side In virtually 11th Avenue, South, Is 22 years Club Hotel. further Information, would-be
with ban Mueller at Muellers arraingment In Shawano. Th* governor reported that every speech since January has of age and Is a secretary at Terry Stacey Is one of the contestants are asked contact
\\ .is. on a charge of causing the deaths of two men by his Goldwater now has more sup. rejected president Johnson's Ingrains Chevrolet. She Is a youngest entered In the con- tics Thelma Hodges contest
conduct National Farmers port In Alabama than any Re. proposals for curbing the no.
reckless during a
of Just chairman al Ml 24647.
test. 18-years-old
graduate Naples High, class Terry
demonstration. Mueller was freed on $5.000 bail publican in previous races. clear threat


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Np.t' f I., Tt."ld.y S.ptmbr, 17. ,1164 LBJ . .
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':',. ,,& Barry (Continued from page lj
(Continued from page 1) .. statement prepared for a breu;}

China Reds Put fast audience in Portland tie)
e, # lowering the tariff on foreign ':.'. 6- returned to the more pastcu,,
Plea For
beef at a time when the house I'V f subjects of water power ai !

Youth Congress it wife finds beef prices at a record conservation
high in the markets andat ; \.. Before leaving Seattle, Johnson ,
( :7i
/ Issued a statement
In PandemoniumMOSCOW a time when the Florida cat
Farm VoteRALEIGH ing the heart of his Portlai
tie Industry Is practically facing I speech
((AP-A Commu. bankruptcy.He .,L t I ;A I :T t R S In It the President said
nlst Chinese delegate threw the also pointed out the needto N,C. (AP) 1. New cooperative
first business session of Mos. nominee efforts
cow's International Youth Fo. give Florida a voice In the t publican presidential today' prom. among private and publl, power

rum Into pandemonium todaywith sugar cane industry which today - RENIIRIIrAN: I y 4AiATI Barry Ised the Goldwater farmer a sympathetic groups in the Pacific Northwest
Is dominated Louisiana I- are welcomed. He
U he predicted
charges\ that It "reeks ofan ear In the White House
anti-China campaign." and of the losses which -'1NAt ''TAtANi .. beats President Johnson In November these would lead Into a astern

Boos, derisive' whistles and 4 Florida Industry has sustained e< '' Vhlch one dawill stretch
catcalls' Interrupted, a Chinese r to Florida of Aerospace COLNTY A The Arizona senator told more from Grande the Yukon to the Rio

speaker when her denounced a contracts whereas the con than 300 people at a$15.a.plate the from the Columbia tc

report's criticism theCMnese. tracts have Increased in Call e//lII/i//i t tr fund raising breakfast that John. homes Potomac lighting the
A Chinese delegate seized the ) fornla and Texas. (. J.L :l < son's only' concern for agrlcul. )f an entire and running nation the" factories
rostrum over protests from the f ture Is with the farm vote.
1 his prepared
Following 2. "A new conservation"
chairman of the meeting of Goldwater envisioned a realignment Is
speech the meeting was thrown needed to meet the
youth organizations: from more of US political par. hanglig 1
than 120 countries.The open to questions from the floor.In ties, forces of a growing population,

Chinese was followed In these remarks he declaredthat He put It this Win: "This lethe technological advances and
quick succession by prc-Chlnese he was opposed to giving way that political parties urbanization"
speakers from North Korea and foreign aid to Communist countries have been formed. Nobody gets In telling his Seattle audience
Indonesia.The and ( and says about the honors of nuclear
expressed oppositionto up on a soap box
controversial report was federal aid to education as is j' 'We're going to have a part, war 300 million casualties In
delivered by Benham Petros of proposed by the administration. here It Is' Hundreds of people the tlrst exchange!' he estimated

Iraq a member of the forum lie favors a tax reduction or thousands of people and now mil. Johnson used these argu.
secretariat. He reported the credit TII T- lions of people will make a move. ments to bolster his > intention
to parents sending t
Chinese had refused to attend "Some Republicans will Join that the nuclear trigger shouldbe
children to college he stated, left In the
preparatory meetings and later s the Democratic Party. An ovel' solely hands of the
which In a Is aid
sense an
failed to give satisfactory an. whelming number of Democrats president
i ewer to queries about their at. to education. should Join the Republican Par.tya "He alone has been tltude toward the meeting. } Leo Prior to the address by 0 reorientation of the par. the people to lead all the
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m Kirk nation He alone!' Is the const Itu.tlonal .
A Chinese delegate demandedthe Don Barry Introduced ties so that we can travel under
floor on a point of Informa. DANCE OF FLAME John Richardson, winner of the our true colors" ('omm.1n tlon. Chairman Enoko Oplll of said Republicans the nation On his piudenreand!'
Hawaiian dancer cuts a fig. city tennis championship for Goldwater also
Kenya quickly moved adoptionof ure eight with a flaming youths 18 and under Richardson would move slowly and wisdom alone (an, rest the
the report by a show of torch at the Hawaii Pavilionof who lives at 57013th Ave., V carefully to curtail the price decision which < au alter or
hands, but the Chinese speaker the New York WorldsFair S. Is a senior at Naples SenIor support and farm subsidy pro.grams. destroy the nation.
launched Into a vigorous denialof The show It drawing He mentioned a span of Johnson said this has been the
Petros' reproaches against capacity tudiencet. High five to ten years."I polio under Democratic and
the Peking delegates. Vice president George Pitt- have never advocated tin. Republican administrations for
"Some people are continuing* man presided In the absenceof mediate withdrawal" he said. 10 years and "we have never!'

o to accuse us and mobilize pub. Marvin Cecil Jaycee pre- "It couldn't be done" rattled our rockets or ,ome
lie opinion against us," he Street Peddler sident who is in New York He said the farm program is carelessly to the edge of war. '

charged Ho concluded with a City. Pittman Introduced Gen. "a creature of the Congress"that In fact, he said, the United
demand that the conference Shot To DeathIn Charles E. Jung and Paul couldn't be jettisoned at the States!' has worked to avoid war
leaders respect the "elemen. Abrahamson. Thanking them whim of a president, by accident or mlscalc'ulatlo
tary principles of democracy at for the assistances the "We couldn't do It If we want. by' developing what has been
International conferences" Times Square the Bowlerama given ed to and we don't want to," he called till!' "fail-safe" system
Jaycees during
OplU said he would pass the said. "We merely want to see In this connection, Jolmscn
MtW: YORK (AP) .: A street during the past summer.
made the first
Chinese protest on to the tar tin i freedom exist across this nation presidential
presidium. When he finished peddler of "dancing" paper and that Includes farmers disclosure that some U.S. nu.
speaking ha glanced across the dolls was shot to death on In front of the Wake County, clear weapons have been
stage to find a Korean and his Broadway near Times Square N.C Courthouse Goldwater equipped| since 10C1, with what
translator standing quietly be. Wednesday night Miller drew a crowd that packed a he termed permissive action
for the microphone.The Chief of Detectives Philip J. Flays plaza and filled the street for links
Korean criticized "the ab. Walsh said the peddler, Clar. nearly a block. The President!' described theseas
normal situation that has devel ence Ritchie, 40, Negro was Police estimated the crowd at "electromechanl!' al locks
oped" at the meeting. He accused slain by retired police Sgt. 8,000 to 10,000.He which must be opened! !' by secret
Petros' report of"phrase Peter Droner 57, In an argu. Farm ProgramIn said that Johnson wantsto combination bpfoie "I lion Is
( mongering" against the Chineseand ment over the dolls, which turn the Agriculture Depart. possible!' "
demanded "The immediate Droner called a swindle. ment into a department of local This system, lie said!, Is being!

rejection of accusations and at. Thousands of persons gain , affairs. He called that "another extended.
tacks that have taken place." ered at the seen of the shoot Iowa Talk attempt to do away with local Earlier! Wednesday\ hopping)
log, on the west side of Broad. government. back and forth across the Caru.

Drive Carefully And Live way between 48th and 47th Sis., r He said the Democrats run an dim border with Pearson _
shortly after 7 pm. Hundreds of DES MOINES, Iowa (AP- "arrogant, bureaucratic minded from Montana to British Colum.
MYSTIC11i1ri1 autos halted and traffic was tied Rep. William E. Miller con. Department of agriculture." biz, back to Washington State
up for several blocks cedes he is no expert on farm Goldwater moved his cam. and then back to Canada\ _
TEA h HOUSE Police said Droner main. problems But neither, he says, paign Into the Carolinas Wednes. Johnson's big oncern was the
tatted a license for his revolver are the "confused and Inept day night and told a whooping Columbia River peaty) This
Te a and crumpet daily after he retired from the police agricultural czars" In Washing. flag-waving crowd of about 25,. calls for Joint development of

PSYCHIC COUNCILING fore five years ago for reasonsof ton.The 000 in Montgomery Ala, that the water resources" of the
. "y.2-2724 disability lie was booked on Republican vice preslden. the federal government should mighty Columbia,
a homicide charge. tlal candidate singled out Agrl. return a share of Income taxesto
rrWHEN culture Secretary Orvill 1.. the states.
Freeman by name Wednesday The Arizona senator said
YOU NEED night as he whaled away at the unrestricted grants should go to Florida Asks
farm policies of President
local and state governmentsthat

PRINTINGCall Johnson's tratlon. Democratic admlnls. He need charged them.the current system U.S. $3 Million

Miller told a cheering crowdof of federal aid has made
more than 2,000 at an outdoor \ states and communities "sub. Hurricane Aid
rally on the Iowa State Fair. servient to a huge federal bu.
grounds that the administration
: On Us had "not redeemed a single White reaucrai'y with" Its center! In the!' TALLAHASSEE (AP)-='Florl.da' -
request for federal grants
major pledge" made to farmersIn
b the 1900 He accused President Johnsonof of $3 million to help 28 counties
palgn. cam. telling members of Congress, repair wind and water damage
"You vote with me or your
from hurricane in
The was
speech was calculated to "
project doesn't get built.
': TAGSLABELS fan discontent In the farming Goldwater Washington today
stumping the declared
President Johnson earlier
area which most
political South for the third day said he!'
the hurricane hit north.
strategists believe the
GOP _. was "very f>pleased extremelyencouraged"
national ticket must If --- ern sections of the state disaster
arry It
by the rowels that
Is to win the November areas so the money could be
DRAFTS Miller's election. NAPLES REPUBLICANS had a field day here yesterday with the have turned out. given.

TICKETS today called campaign for another Itinerary appear. opening of the official headquarters for Goldwater for president in lie found one waiting In Ra. The federal grants, which don

ance In Iowa, after a brief sortie the Peppard Building at noon a luncheon for Mis. Helenu }Morris crowd leigh late of several Wednesday hundred night. A have to be repaid can be

POSTERS Into the dairy state of Wlscon. National Committeewoman from Sarasota, at the Beach Club and a swarmed around his |people spent to repair damaged vital

sin lie then plans to move on speech by Claude Kirk candidate for the United States Senate before when It pulled to a stop after airplane the public services such as streets,

: INVOICES into Ohio and Illinois. the Jaycees last night. In the top picture at the ribbon cutting ceremony flight from Montgomery. public systems.buildings and sewage

The New York congressman'sfarm of the opening of the headquarters are from left, II, B. Watkins Coldwater used a yellow bull Gov. Farris estimatedthat

I BLOTTERS mated policy a day.long speech here ell. Sr., Collier County Republican Finance chairman Mla Moms and horn to tell them, "It s wonder the total damage Bryant to public

that took him through flying Nebraskaand tour Mis Mildred Wenzel Collier County director of the Goldwater cam- ful of you to be out this late In facilities would be $4,8 millionin

BOOKLETS Kansas in mostly damp paign. In the middle picture by McGiath Studio, are from left at the All evening all counties.
weather. the luncheon, L. M. Hem. GOP county chairman Mis. Moms, speakerat Southeiners day long that Goldwater told These estimates did not In.

; PLACARDS Miller told the Des Momes the luncheon, Mrs. Wenzel Watkins. Mis :Norman Neeley and Sen. Strom Thurmond Democratic of :South elude damage to private prop.

CIRCULARS rallyt "Secretary of Agriculture Mrs. Evelyn Cook. In the lower picture Kiik left the senatorial candidate Carolina had shown "political erty many times greater
Orville L. Freeman and I have is shown speaking at the Jaycee meeting Seated is Don T. courage" by switching his of Ills the report said that $3 million Duval
VOUCHERS two things In common. We are Jones who introduced him. allegiance to the GOP damage was in .
both lawyers, and neither of us Goldwater to County alone where the hurricane
goes Greenville
PROGRAMS Is a farm expert" "Senator Goldwater said state. S.C., today and expects that, hit land after Its long

"The nation's farm people," Mrs. Morris DescribesHer ments of this nature were pure Thurmond will be on hand to Journey across the Atlantic
ENVELOPES he said, ''wallt. deserve and propaganda fired by Johnson's introduce him. St. Johns County also hit by
: the storm's highest winds,
must have a better deal than aides. "I guess he's the
PAMPHLETS the one Imposed from Washington Mrs. Goldwater is a "warm Republican" the senator said $42 ,OOO damage the governor
by the confused and Inept thoughtful and a real woman," Urging other Democrats to estimated.

HAND BILLS agricultural cur of Ms admin Day With Goldwater said Mrs.Morrls."What change take the same path, Goldwatersaid Brevard Other damage estimates$50.
istratlon. it will be to have a real womanIn the South "can no longer $5,000 Orange
"Farm people want both find 00. Lake $30,000: Sumler$3,000,
Whit House not
the again
BILL HEADS opportunity and freedom!' not Mr*,Helen Morrt ,RepjollCir on in Washington for nearly a machine." a in what any is conservative called In principles Volusla $100,000. Seminole $",.
National Committeewoman for 000
Freeman The want to make year. Mrs. Morris received a roundof the Democratic Flagler $150,000 Nassau
PRICE LISTS Florida told approximately 100 Mrs Morris was In Naples party. $50,000 Clay $200,000 Alachua
their own basic when she said that "The
managementdecisions applause
party of the South
cheering Republicans at a lunch. Wednesday officially to open the no $10,000 Bradford .OOO.Unlon
POST CARDS on the farm. They eon al the Beach Club Hotel here Goldwaterfor.Presldent head. President Johnsones fortune estl. longer exists In any capacitj' at $10,000Baker $20,000Columbla
:don't want those decision mad mated million the national level "
yesterday noon that the electionof quarters in the Peppard Build. at nearly $14 dol. he said. $150,000.
LAW BRIEFSDIRECTORIES In Washington Barry Coldwater, in Novem. ing on Fifth Avenue, South. A lara was "a tidy nest erg accum "This is the year that you Gilchrist $5,000DIsie$75,000,
ber will result not only In a resident of Sarasota, Mrs Mor. lated during the years he was In have to forget allegiance to a Taylor $25,000 Lafayette $60,.
"resurgence of conservatism In rls accompanied the Republican government service." party name," he told some 30,. 000 Suwannee $150,000 Madison
Poisonous Plants "Cuba still festers under Cas. 000 people on a bluff
government but will guaranteea presidential candidate on his overlooking $1,000 Hamilton, $ISooO and
NOTE HEADSSTATEMENTS Cattle and sheep often die new integrity and philosophyIn campaign tour Orlando,Tampa tro only 90 miles from Floridaand the Mississippi River In Mem. Putnam, $10.000.Q''oAllt .
from eating plants containing the Whit House." and St. Petersburg earlier In the in Viet Nam we continue to phis Tenn
selenium 1 I a chemical element "%. do not think Coldwater I* week. fight the wrong war In the wrong "Being a Republican Is much
found in the soil of who all place and the wrong time better for you today"
a superman can right "During a personal Interviewwith !
MENU CARDS some western states Plants wrongs within 60 days," Mrs. Barry Tuesday night,he told "Such situations don't reflect Goldwater renewed two other i/o.. . ,
that build selenium into their Morris said, "but his integritywill me he was most happy that Sen. credit on the Johnson admlnlstra. proposals He said Republicans"will far m.ntenn9
FILING CARDS structures prove poisonous to put an end to the wheelingand ator Strom Thurmond of South tion or the nation We, the people end the draft and I thinkwe THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS.

LEGAL FORMS animals dealing which has been going Carolina had switched party of this nation deserve better can do It sooner than most Our .d..rti; .ri flunk you feet!
lines Mrs. Morris said Mr*. Morris was wearing a people believe," and he prom.
LETTER HEADS - The national committecwoman rose and carnation corsage, presented lse a five-year 25 per cent
stated thit Coldwater had pro. her by members of the income tax cut. .NOW I City;

ORDER BLANKS FLY NAPLES mlsed her that there would be local Goldwater-for.Presldent But he said the federal budget DrinkingBEAUTIFUL
'SsLH4* no changes in Social Security committee She was Introduced by must be balanced first "So I
CONSTITUTIONSWINDOW MIAMI payments, or any possibility that Mr*. Mildred P. Wenzell, state would insist, not ask, I would
present missile work going on at committeewoman for Collier Insist that Congress stop the
CARDS Cape Kennedy would be shut down. County, and director of the Gold. wild spending that has been LAKE KELLY
New Year Round Daily Schedule i j water campaign locally. started under this tdmlnistra.
In her opening speech "My tlon." .

GREETING CARDSANNOUNCEMENTS N pl.s To Miami Title Companyof Day with Barry Goldwater"Mrs
Morris lauded efforts on the part Corsi
7:45: AM. 11,30AM, 3,45 P'M: Naples of the local Republican commit
tee and urged the election of I KIMBERLEY Cape! Province" .

ALL KINDS OF FORMSGet Miami To Naples ABSTRACTS ESCROWS Murphy Combs, a write-in can. South Africa (AP-Don't ever LOTS FROM

900: : AM 215:1 PM 5:00 P.M. TITLE INStlUVCE dldat for county Judg again call women!' the weaker sex
in Touch With 1)4 P.rl, St Seated at the head table with after what happened here!' When!' $995 up
ConitfftloM cad) Rfwrritlom to say point l I. the wend MI i tail Mr*. Morris were Henry B.Wt $100 Dew
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS ako. klnsDal Bremerman, Mrs.Mll. a gory! film on an open heart Broken Co-op
NAPLES AIRLINES W, J. dred Uetherell Lester Bern operation was shown to hundr.
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Mary A Foster MI 2.3361 r

board I i \ Greece, AP) A with King Bhumlbd! and Queen
The of directors ,>l the Vanderbilt beach: Motel.Shrv, I i K e misunderstanding Slrtklt of Thailand, King Bus

Naples park Area Association, tenderly covered them lIe"I'" i i.iet>k taxi I driver. landed sein of Jordan and his wife,
will meet at 7t30 o'clock tonight sand, and with reul tears u mi U: ,.urln: boy from Alabama Princess Muna, Prince Rainier

in their building on 103rd Ave from her eyes, made IIPI 'II| .k in the midst of rovaltyU. and Princess Grace of Monaco
Congratulations, to Miss Joyce back totheOult,wo 1I l lrn
slowly i 11I..loI\ night d King Con. and Lynda Bird Johnson
Vice, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. suppose, how many of ter hobo... .tIIIIIIIl' st.t. ball. A palace spokesman said the
Harry Vice of 103rd Ave.,on being would hatch and survive IT I iud Mm* with an Imitation 1,600 !guests Included 7 kings 2
the recipient of the $200.OOScho. a to tell her ,
way I would let fl
hci i "MI
Naples larshlp Woman's Award sponsored Club. by the know that nine of her babies -- .. , ,- ... I left im hotel w.In m>' Russian. queens, 48 princesses, 50
hatched '
safely, and made their ,. " : bon wife Tamaia and told theta princes, 1 duke, 13 counts and 9
Surf to hear '
of the mlsfor. way back to the water. Of course '''.. 1 IIIMH in bail Greeks "To oouiitesses He said It was the

tune family dogging for the the Joseph Quate they had a little help from Mike, ,-, _..., .,. .__.,.jo' a1I Il the mini! (palate, please" largest gathering of reigning
past month First who is connected with the -- n ; _.,..
motel 1-' > -' :- L".L.; ; Instead oi delivering us to the royalty In 30 years,
Mrs. Quate had : .e
a bad time with .: .. < NETeltpot / palm, the Ii .iver took us to the

py the to!gout know, and she at present is I am hap. HIDING): TilE AtSGoing virtually unnoticed. Mn Jacqueline Kennedy roh: children Caroline and John Jr King George Hotel, reservedthis

then Joe had the misfortune much better; Atlanta Made in a boat in Central Park in Manhattan. The family is moving to New York from W, ngton week for kings, queens and
to other ro\al\ ,
pests in Athens for
lose his will eyeglasses I do hope Billy Graham's the wetting Frl' of Greece's Discothequethe
find them and re. '
young king ta

turn Our them deep to sympathy him. to Mr and HeadquartersATLANTA Jaquard Adds Zing to Fall Knits Mane At the of hotel Denmark.J iMiizeda Princess !horil.Anne. -- Whys

Mrs. Allen Blbee of Oak Ave. (AP) Evangelist ble mistake had lH>en mad and ,
Vanderbilt Beach, on learning of Billy Graham Is making Atlanta told the head portei sltua.
the death of Mr. Blbee's Mother, the headquarters for the admin ,1 (lien m> WhereforesBy

last week In Cincinnati, Ohio. tstratlve and clerical staff members f p L' I "It loesn't matter," h* mid

Tom Paul of 105th Ave.hasbeen who help carry out his Ae teal'"" hr will/ a laugh "Just ,torn with
under the Doctor's care since Ju. crusades.But me VIVIAN BROWNAP

ly, glad to know he is doing so the main business officeIs 4rPfr As ,iixnil 5,000 Greeks lookedon Ntwt'toturet Writer

much better, and we hope on the remaining at Minneapolis, S. he ushered us to one of the the 'jig i II up if IOU go in fur
mend. Minn. palace the newest tedihe discotheque,
sent us to
Dinner guests over the Labor Walter Smith, vice presidentIn S the 'aitv. where dancing lakes practically
Day Holiday at the home of Mr. charge of team activities and The driver turned on the no>> footwork People canal in

and Mrs, Harold R. Hulpleu of crusade planning, said Wednes. v llriits and we moved slowly (fr.nll.1I antics ion of a soft

Wlllett Avenue VanderbUt Beach day the move was made be. tqllBIj,t the ''palace. crowd of .knot ihirmu from the hips up.
were Judge and Mrs. Richard cause of Atlanta's transporta. Greeks
bhaitghnessy, of Fort Myers, Fla. tlon facilities and the fact many a A 1 e ran the wa\ give three dayi. if you lit really

One of the best ways to really team members have homes In ,, ,' "That King Mrotik,'' yelled.omt'on. with it.Reins.
bet *n 'ti
enjoy a vacatlonls to close shop. the South. e ., up discotheque means

drop down the Hurricane awnings, Smith said the move was sug. Beside' a hedge at the palace, !knowing HOW TO PRONOUNCEIT
pack your suitcase and gested by Graham and that the ....
away you fr ,
tNk k .
5 i t \>ited officials bent low druk"'cok)
that Is what evangelist will be In his Atlanta t
go; just Mr. and Mrs. ard, kissed
Tamaia's hand.
William Rice of Vanderbilt Beach office an average of twice each S .
yS Behind ex King I'mdeito ot Puns, .
did The Rices run the Vander. month. About 25 of the 35 team 1
bUt Beach Sundries. members also will\ have officesIn Italy w. walked forwatd am. AND WHERE IT IS DONE
bassulors and mlnlxtei bowing IhllcOlhqllu ere placta that
Welcome back to Mr. and Mrs Atlanta. 'S
S ever foot of the
wav. pies ,miittU for diuuerN Theirdantettriaa
Herman Warner Pomery.Ohio, ) Fiiialh It gut tOil mu It. ir in all sort
to their home on 103rd Ave. tq "Excuse but whet In the
of plain from the moat ..11'111"1I'Ill1hl
Welcome also to Mr. and Mrs. 'TocJ'a In'HistorY hell! am I supponed to go?" 1 clubs to ,tolfe' hountnUMUnlly ,
T. Koch of Paramus N.J., who nt ""art asked a'ourt efttrial\ I as we
'a unna alrieo pli> r<"tknjuipmeni. ..
are here to spend the winter at Qr neaied the head of the line.,
the Park Motel,. Some places comb hili.
Naples "Who sir?" ieasked."Just .
4 .t. are you, .
Mrs. Louise Juliano of Wlllett : P t I pw a iriord player with s .onilm
a '
ytry unit, and aometimea the r...ullouiulu
Avenue Vanderbilt Beach
spent can," 1 replied. "Soni taxi
like s bi| lime bund.Munlclana .
the weekend In Fort Myerswlth "
driver has really bugged us. *
her friend, Mrs. Esther Meade, f it "HiiRied sir?" he asked \ union aren't too
Is IT i rat" you, ,
who is connected with the MlchU Today Thursday, Sept happy with that arrangement.What .
homes. the 2$1st day of 1964. There are .-_" _.. _' .n" nu" "' sweeping us on toward an open they play rhey play
pavilion \ the palace
Don't know as yet whether we 105 days left In the yearToday's Bright Jaquard patterns add colorful test to fall knitwear. Jaquard blouse and trim. The striking double,knit ensemble grounds., tumble mainly fad music, Ion plates

are going to have a new motel or On this date highlight In 1787 in history the Con. AIi-over Persian Jaquard double-knit Jacket and skirt (left) (right) is In all-oter relief Jaquard and has solid blouse There was no turning' back have a iliaqumre (dm jockey)
apartment house on Gulf Shore Is semi, Solid ,, that l sets Ihr records. Stunt span i
etltutlonal Convention in Philadelphia complemented by a solid turtleneck blouse. and trim. These knits Inade In Belgium by touture Behind I'mlwitn we approached
Drive, Vanderbilt Beach, but the double-knit and skirt center wheieKing have airlmn unking gown feeding
completed its work and jacket ( ) features I contrasting Imports come In a mlcty of colors. the pavilion'
men are busy outtlnir In the first Constantine and Princess lh. reiurd player A brand
step, a seawall on quite a long delegates signed what was to be by Helen Anne.Marie sat with Queen new, album "K tailed "DanceUkecohepie.
the Constitution of the United ]NEW YORK-NEAI- Hennessy, Newspaper Enterprise Women's Editor direct contact these new laminates ,"
stretch of lagoon property, on Mother Frederlka.
States. There has been lot of whole
the east side of the Drive. On this date talk in the fashion a world foam for apparel use (General use foam laminates for pants new world can open to up a Frederika could not have been AND WHY It neema to be the

About two months ago, a groupof In 1862, one of the bloodiest about "two-face fabrics" Foam Corp.), are the result :3f that won't itch, skirts that you. nicer petleit solution It) getting hundred

anxious nature lovers,watched battles of the Civil War, at An. bonded foam fabrics" "sand. a process whereby two fabrics wont wrinkle and warmth Small Colors She probably wondered! how <>f people on a dance floor
a Mama Turtle lay her eggs on tletam Creek Md. with laminates one I face fabric the without weight in .kl\\ ear Tamara eni{I |1801 sandwiched apace that should accommodate
was fought. and forth
so If feet larger
VanderbUt Beach, In back of the other a liner, are joined by avery your between king and queens, but maybe' a do Twelve thousand Federals
and Call them what will the'
you than average, it's best to wear ,
thin of foam Put daniera
she showed
layer never It
probably 10,000 Confederates Knitwear houses find that
all add up to fashion with conservative colored shoes
either lay dead on the field at function for the consumer ting the two fabrics togetherIn foam lamination helps fine There's need to call attention Tlno," ale| said to her son, "1 AND HOW IT IS DONE It's

the end of the day or had been this way gives the finished knits to wear like old,fashioned to a no fault of this kind want you to meet all nina. nhuuldeia and hips, You
WEATHER wounded. by __ rom theo-UU/ W8 were eatlng can do the Hully dully ..f theus'pr"nau1cad"Fhnuj.
badly product drapability and ex denim I and protects1sensitive .,
rcdKrprlllng "
No matter it 1n .
what dressing bright
name they up .) YounanTatill
high otf Ibe' ho .
In 1948 very (
the U.N. mediator for in tensive wrinkle-resistance, skin from Irritationby .
by the trade foam (
go ami
High LoN pr. Palestine, Count Folke Berne nated fabrics to And in the case of mohair ribbon knit and metallic Idea Beneath s three-quarter you convuUeour' I
according On the Steal Coast Ih."S"'lm" .
Al-ian:. cloudy 63 43 dolts, was assassinated in Jeru.. major producers of urethane and other open-weave fabricsso knit evening gownsAnd Before you buy a raincoat moon, Tamara and I shared the torMi (the
Is better
Alburquerque, clear 72 SO salem.In popular for fall this proc check the label to see whetherIt dance floor with every reigning popular
Atlanta, cloudy 80 58 1949, more than 130personswere "ess provides stabilization. If you have had to fore. will need to be retreatedfor monarch In Euro" except to practice your awimming" let

Bismarck, clear 83 11 killed when fire destroyedthe To go beautiful wool fashions be. water repellency after Queen Elizabeth II, as well as lone swimming) as aura atrokea.flail One around dance in
Society Pay
Boise, cloudy 86 59 Noronlc, the largest passen. Although once used mainly cause of an allergy fromCHECKPOINT each cleaning. At least you'll called the Monkey do
Boston, cloudy 62 50 ger steamer on the Great Lakes, in sportswear and outerwear ,know what to expect, you
Buffalo dear 67 43 at a Toronto pier. $10 Per To See because LIU Eats Today everything a monkey does Isdifmiiely
cloudy 70 56 Ten years ago-Former Pres. they provided See Through ProblemTo for people who have
Chicago .
warmth without laminates Gov. Brown
weight With
Cincinnati\ cloudy 87 49 (ident Harry S. Truman appealed keep your closet in neat no inhibitions, deainbtd by one
Cleveland, loudy 71 M for the election of a Democratic FDR MementoesNEW in this fall are being used condition, avail yourself of SACRAMENTO Calif. (AP) girl at positively obnomous, and
nearly fashion
Denver, dear 11:. 4) Congress, every cate the many see-through plastic Ever wonder what a rul. by another aeooettivelyrevoltm, ..
justa In
( ) gory-even elegant metallic
Des Moines, cloudy 05 58 .01 Five years ago -Soviet Pre. toy stuffed dog, 1614' Inches knits for containers that hold every dent eats when he's the honored AND WHAT YOU WEAR -
Detroit clear 67 56 mler Khrushchev traveled by long, black, wearing a red evening wear thing from shoes to purses guest at a luncheon? IItr.'. the Ihert's s whole new fashion r.d.

Fairbanks, clear 45 11 special train from Washington leather collar and sporting a menu President Johnson was to but mainly, drtaaea art short,
Foil Worth, cloudy 85 64 1.70 to New York over a heavily bobbed left ear. Sportswear manufacturerson savor when he lunched today alcevleu and for evening, atrap-

Helena, clear 82.42 !guarded route. It used to alt on top of tele. the lookout for comfort with Gov. Edmund G. Drown at leas orune-.trep style Any di.

Honolulu, cloudy 83 '!:1 'Jj One year ago the U.N. Gen. vision set in a cottage called Val Housewives Turn the capltoli .olhequedreaa has Certain look
Indianapolis, cloudy 78 64 eral Assembly opened Its 18th Kill in Hyde Park, N.Y. California fresh fruit su. (some have ruffled hems that tccommodatea

Jacksonville, clear 83 67 session In New York Today it rested In a showcaseIn To Baking Fowl prams;; roast tenderloin of beef the antics of the
Juneau, cloudy 51 45 .14 Hammer Galleries on East Girl Scouts Tell au Joe; sauteed mushrooms; dance, like the apache IIr.ulhtt

Kansas City, rain 71 65 65 57th St In Manhattan, bearing a pirlslenne potatoes; green Identified with that dance in
Los Angeles, cloudy 79 63 Mother Has Baby discreet tag, No. 911, and await. Rotarians How Roasts (In MarketThe beans amandine; fresh rolls; franc

Louisville, rain 86 68 T Ing viewing by a blackUle au. Training HelpsMrs. boysenberry cobbler a la mode; All In all, a discotheque la
Memphis, rain 84 69 .01 In Super Market dlence tonight which would pay seasonal change to cooler coffee the Ideal) aolutiun lo the loom -

Miami, clear 84 78 ..04MilwaJ $10 apiece just to come In the Alice Tlmberlake Na. days is turning housewives to iy-boya or loo-many-girla for
\( e, cloudy 68 50Mpl..stP. LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs doors. pies Girl Scout official assist, roasts and baking fowl at the pairing off purpoaea at a party.

., clear 74 52 Zenord Holcomb had her baby This toy dog, worth maybe a ed by Girl Scouts Pamela, Coe nation's stores this weekend. SAME BUTTCRFlNGERS1HUMVSM1I AI a discotheque you sort of Idltalong

New Orleans, cloudy 87 75 a boy. Then the market dollar at the most, costs $25 and Betty Decker Naples s Beef roasts are widely fea.. I!. NC (AP) yourself, facing s partneror
New York, cloudy 66 64 cashier who helped deliver It for It was part of the life of Rotarians and gave tured this weekend, with one na.1 From s roam Thcmamillc hue I partnera. Two girls can

Okla. City rain 71 63 .09 did the logical things she placed Franklin D. and Eleanor Roose. into the work ef guests their an organlza.Insight tlonal chain offering selections Department l ing frtt too conn iu "wiggle their ahouldtrs toward

Omaha, fog 68 57 ,01 it on the market scales for velt and It was made in the tlon at the club's Wednesday r like these In the Northeast live days: one boy, and everything is socrqwded
Philadelphia, cloudy 74 56 weighing of Faia Rib roast for 79 cents a pound, that rlo notices
image probably the luncheon meeting at the Beach fUll diy ( .lIlu r tlnulMh ont anyway
Phoenix, clear 96 69 The boy tipped the scales at 7 best known dog in U.S. history. Club Hotel. President Vince boneless chuck pot roasts for (5 I fur in the front seat ul' a l IH .

Pittsburgh, cloudy 82 51 pounds, Fala, who became famous at Wood presided.Mrs. and sirloin and round roasts for model tr on Randolph Si, At one (dies along to eonImuout -
I Ptlnd, Me, cloudy 64 43 Police said Mrs. Holcomb, 26, the White House Is burled 89 cents.
Tlmberlake and the girls, Second day Cull lo M- music of a record player,
78 54 .61 was cashing a check at the Other beef features Include
PUnd, Ore., rain beside his master and .
all In uniform, spoke on the liniuiih fire in tint t' Ji 0'I new" dance motion art born.A .
Rapid City,clear 79 47 market Wednesday when labor In the rose garden of the Roose. "special difference" made by ground chuck and corned beef !I'iu' model car on Randolph !So.tailn diacothequt. party can beheld
Richmond, claar 80 52 started. Before police or an velt family home at Park. For pork fanciers, loin roasts ...
Hyde Girl Scout training In the lives \ at bniieun of It'd-I anywhere, aa long as you
St. Louis, rain 77 65 .11 ambulance could arrive, the The galleries' catalog men. and outlook of members.Sergeantat.Arms are widespread features tin inc km ned mil rrwl lhii have a record player and too
Salt Lk. City clear 81 47 child was on Its way, assisted Baking hens from culled flocks ,
lions that "head
turns, one ear David Splng. the s 0: iar Hint/ was f r many people I In s room. Pin some
San Diego, cloudy 72 63 by Dorothy Childs, 29 the cash torn probably torn Fala," are offered at many stores, and ., .. ,
by ,
ler Introduced Mrs.Dottle Gregg, ."fllI. ii( It. V"-r. '.01. It ii record disks to the wall' for
San Fran., rain 62 54 The I. of turkeys are a frequent feature.Vegetable "
er.The toy dog one 2,706 who in her apse time assists in pale.I atmoiphtrt
Seattle, rain 73 56 .52 child, all weighed and pieces of furniture, furnishingsand the secretarial work of the selections include -
Tampa, clear 84 74 wrapped for delivery, was wait mementoes and 3,509 books Members gave her a club. cabbage, carrots, com, lettuce,

Washington, cloudy 81 63 ing when police came to take that belonged to the first family. round of applause as an rousing indlca. onions, peppers, potatoes sweet
Winnipeg, clear 74 43 him and his mother to County John A, Roosevelt and his tlon of their appreciation potatoes and tomatoes

(M -Missing; T-Trace) General Hospital. sister Anna Halsted, offered President Wood announced that London designer Fruit offerings also reflect

,them for display and sale, next Wednesday's Rotary meet. Mary Quant combinesher the season. Bartlett pears 1i.
explaining: "As you know, one log will feature Employer.Em. talents to create the fabric I/itosh apples, Today grapes and

is unable today to operate the ployee Day with Henry Hoff. as well as the costume Mexican oranges are moving to
O O large homes of the past These man In charge for her Fall. 1964 collection market

Several catalogues of sample cards to choose from. articles are ones for which we Coat and dress ensemble More general fruit features
have no room. features a bold black and Include. bananas, plums, limes,
Lei "It U our hope that oth.rswl11 white heck ne,tarlnei and melo.".
us show them to you'IT Seattle Man 105: pattern
I If find pleasure in possessing .
ISN'T TOO EARLYto these things, which were a part Votes In PrimarySEATTLE GREAT DAY COMING
of the intimate life of my par.
place your orders for cuts and gave so much enjoy Wash UP) -
ment to them.'' Carl Smith walked Into the

IJII"NCII\I I I I AND' U"U\UAI, I The admissions tonight and a precinct station and signed Ms The Agency With Personal Service DCUl WOO@1lfSEPTEMBER[ [ [ :
percentage <>i the sale ulll be name with a firm hand, rut his
ballot and walked I IA
donated tll the Eleanor Roosev. out with a

CHRISTMAS1 elt Man,,'rial F ,u ,datlon, set up spry step.

by federal law last year to Carl Smith Is 105 and probably d.pend.ble 'I.IICJ'', r.......
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ideals aid activities. ballot In Tuesday's prtmtr.gnaaa ". family, h...... end "bunrwx
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!!bt see t Nt\tJS Viet Coup RAY CROMLEY LeaderBY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1964 \\JI d Washington Correspondent
,, Newspaper Enterprise As n.

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; The Sweet Sounds Of FootballWith WASHINGTON-
( \ hour's nr vatVtalk wills! Brig. Gen. Duong Van Due commanding
V irt Nam Fourth Corps and one of tit.
whether they win, lose or draw. Mind general i of movers in the weekend seizure of Saigon

so many "earth shattering"events you, it's better if the local team wins- thAUhPoruTh! f the attrmptrd coup was ihorl-lhed, Gen. DUI,

and problems available for editorial but the world Isn't coming to an end if "
"talk itVcnlDie vas In his headquarters at comment, many readers may thinkit they lose. My south of Viet Nam in an area where tilt

pretty "cornball" to devote this spaceto The day will come, we hope, when t ? \ Tho Viet In the have far been entrenched for two decades.I'd .

the made mde. helicopter trip to Can Tho from Sa,,,",
high school football. We feel just Collier County will have more football ti a R5-
told Gen. l>uc was one of the toughest K, ?
opposite. But, admittedly, we are a foot teams. Immokalee and Naples alreadyare because I'd Uvn Vietnamese army.
erals in the
ball buff of the very first water. old hands at the game, but it will r\ \ 1

As a matter of fact one of the "earth be a grand day when Everglades, and His TKOOI'S WfcKE: : MAKING a good many mistake.
(Duc) they were using Viet Conj
shattering" of life was possibly Marco field teams. But on orders from
experiences our can tactics against the Viet Cong. Due was spending a consider
when we moved to Naples almost 15 The Indians and Eagles will not meeton able amount of effort he said infiltrating agents Into \11',

years ago and found the county didn't the gridiron this year, which is some Cong hamlets lie was sending organizing teams into contested

have a single not one football team. what regrettable. In the past it has been Due villages.has the toughest territory In South Viet Nam and hi

We feel justified in expressing pride that pretty rough for the younger Indian team hasn't yet made much of a dent In the Reds. But he wit

The News was instrumental in getting when it clashed with Naples, which en- / showing more Imagination than I saw In any other corpt

seven-man football started in Naples and joys a wider selection of player materialand 1w' area Duc In told Viet his Naill.officers he wasn't sold on fortified hamlets

that this writer, with the help of Rex has been able to inaugurate a "feed A '9 lie believed they created a Maginot Line complex who.

Lehman, initiated the Naples Quarter. er" system through its junior high teams. 6L left initiative to the out Reds.an order which he paraphrased ,8
back Club. We also had our dollar for But it is to be hoped that in the not too .& "Don't Instead sit, around put in your own hamlets waiting for the Reds.

membership in the hands of an Immokalee distant future the teams can resume their to come. Get out and set ambushes like the Viet Cong do

football booster before that annual We feel that these
G ambitious
I FOUND 11m'or: aid.,
community formed its Quarterback Club, games help cement good relations be. frank. lie pulled no punches about his own mistakes.

which resulted in a team being fielded tween the two communities no mat "Are the Reds landing a lot of arms and equipment un0"yecg0.afheVre

there. ter who wins. >' flipping right through me." He stood up

Both the Naples Eagles and the Im- We have been saving the editorial JrQ k t drew Imaginary lines on a map. "\'ou see this Island?"' he

mokalee Indians open their grid seasons cartoon at the right for several months.It / asked "I hold it. Yet the Reds sneak In from this Cambodian

tomorrow night which should be a is a joy to be able to run it at this time. 1 1 Island next to It despite m>around' patrols.and around the island

cause for joy in both communities. You just can't ask for more than the f .}' 1':. ::' ".:.' 1. :\ :' ,>:, ':' \. .A<1i: i :_ rp.':' t.t regular"You see schedules.. the patrols The go Reds" wait until the patrol has gone on

There's nothing finer to watch than a sweet sounds of a good high school foot by. then they go through.

good football tussle between two teams ball game. We are glad local fans will THE ANSWER TO THIS. Due said, is a complete deanout

of well coached high school boys who be able to hear them in the local stadium The Best of BoyleBY YOUR ] " of ineffective officers and local officers. He said he wanted

like to play the game. Some fans are when Venice opens the Eagle's home sea- this authority in his hands, instead of in Saigon hands I IIKhanh's
HAL BOYLENEW extracted a promise of this authority from
( ). He'd aMaj.
bitterly disappointed if their team does son here next week. The Arcadia game '. Gen. Khanh before Khanh made himself president. I

not win. We feel that if the boys do the will be played there, of course. The tennis mmmI There were some who feared such a mono would make
YORK (AP) You've or were regarded, as warlord. But warlord or not, his American ads l\I'rs
best they can, it doesn't matter too much Indians will play at Alva. somewhat sissy. Due a
got a pretty fair memory If you were sold on him. He'd listen to their Ideas He'd gl\e his
can look back and remember When a young man left hometo OUR DIVORCE LAWS officers and officials and the American adtlsers ]leeway to
make his fortune In the city: ,
when- his father always warned him try out their own Ideas.
I The Retarded ChildA The only frozen food people religious sect to our side and
nd never to play pool with strangers. Editor, Collier County Newst He'd won over a major
ate was Ice cream- they tricked the Viet Cong into some foolish attacks. He was
often froze It themaelves.When Long ove rdue a re some chan
sold on the idea that he had a political war to
If you tipped a waitress, she In the divorce of
mother courts
handicapped child is not necessarily tified as retarded for one reason or an- you had chest a cold with, looked surprised. ges Florida. fight against the Reds as well as a military war.
rubbed men.
your a worried about one thing: Would the United
Due was
found In an iron lung or a wheel thol ointment and covered It Most blgJeague baseball Most lawyers admit that the would
other.The player chewed tobacco. States stay in this war to the finish or it get tired and
chair. He may show no outward sign ofa AMA has called together expertsin with a piece of warm flannel.half If you wore a straw hat after courts are for the women. Do drop out?
In winter children
handicap at all. For his handicap is all phases of the problem to seek waysof their time, scratching spent them. Labor Day, the neighborhoodkids not get me wrong. The point

not outward but inward, not physicalbut speeding up nationwide medical selves because they all wore would snatch It off and Is the courts of our land are
supposed to deal out Justiceto
mental mental retardation.Thus mobilization against retardation. All long Wallace woolen Beery underwear.was getting smash Girls it.with long curls had a all, with no discrepancy regarding The World TodayBy

branches of medicine are Involved rich from pictures that usually better chance of marrying race, creed, coloror ''i'

reports the American Medical psychiatry, pediatrics, neurology, general ended with him wiping a tear young. sex. JAMES MARLOWE

Association. And in a lengthy article it practice. Experts In these fields will be from.huck II"When his eye and saying, "Aw, of The most biggest small financial boys was problem how to Take look the at the dally news newspapersand of record Atioclattd Pr. n Newi Analyst

quotes leading authorities to show the working in alliance with a whole spec- you told a fellow a raise the money to take a secret and you will find almost every

extent of the problem. Indeed, says one trum of federal, state, local and voluntary funny story, he'd snap his sus.penders course In ventriloquism by mall. day that there arc more divorce James Marlow, who usually American officials familiar
had heard of Karl
Everybody with and
with Ms military diplomatic
thumbs to
physician, "In terms of magnitude mental bulwarked natlonwlda actions filed than casesIn writes this column Is
on vaca.
agencies, by show his appreciation. Marx and Sigmund Freud, but Intelligence on affali. *. In the
retardation Is the most handicapping of construction and expansion of care fa- Rich kids had stamp collections : they weren't sure which was most of the other couns put lion Soviet Union say there are

all childhood disorders." cilities.It ; poor kid made collections which. together. speculative possibilities but that
of cigar bands stripped has been said that Georgia By JOHN M. 1IIGHTOWER to the best of their knowledge\ ,
has taken time to reach this point. from stubs they found In the t;<: t:f.:u11mg Is a marriage mill. It Is evident Associated Press Diplomatic the Russians have not produced

The"simple figures are staggering. Many developments were involved street. that Florida Is becoming WellerWASHINGTON any fantastic new weapon. They

There are some 5.5 million mentally retarded Including the fact that it has taken centuries You first learned the evils of another Reno. f AP) Soviet concede, however, that pru. .
gambling by playing marblesfor BARBSBY This Is a big sin and shame. Premier' Khrushchev possessesa dence requires the United States ,
children and adults in America, to dispel the general notion thata keeps. There Is no way around It. It notable power to agitate and now to find out whether Khrush. i

and about )126,000 babies are born each retarded youngster somehow represents AU fat men were supposed to HAL COCHRANDon't takes "two to tango," and the alarm the Western allies. He chev meant literally what I Il ,

year who will be retarded. And theseare a shameful stigma. Now the battle be suffering naturally from Jolly neuroses-and that not miss a vacation if you records show that most all the claim needs: to only the to Invention Issue a of murky some said.But Khrushchev's weapon. ,

only the recognized cases thereare against the retardation problem moves caused them to eat compulsive. can help it-there are plentyof cases are filed by women. No- monstrous new weapon' to setoff brandishing remark was i"et
many more who have not been idea toward a climax. Jy. good times to go around. body can tell me there are vast search for clues that aimed as a threat against till
C more "no good men" than women could throw light on his dark or any other Western count!"

It WU a popular parlor sportto A lot of the speaker at secret. Whether he similarly and in the view of experts hero
try to get messages from the political conventions get in It should be that one must arouses the apprehonslons of an exclusive preoccupation will
spirit world via oulja boards. the public eye, not to men- have a real good reason, and the Chinese Communists Is a the weapons angle would "i>
'othferssay When a housewife tied a cloth: tion the public's hair. proof also, to file for divorce. question.The scure its real significance
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS around her head, you knew she It shouldn't be a case of a woman conflict between two Of critical Importance, in tho
I was In the throes of spring saying she does not care to closed systems like those of the view of U.S officials, Is the fid!
cleaning.: Manufacturers say more live with Make Soviet Union and Red China, that for the first time, so far ai
Men openly took sandwiches women have taken up smok-- you any longer where whole peoples exist In they could recall, Khruslnin
'How to the office In metal lunch both sexes live up to the vows such secrecy as their leaders has Implicitly threatened ,ni
can sleep through all this? made when married and
you they decree
boxes Instead of hiding them Inexpensive is different from a Chinese neighbors still ttf< :i.
leather attache cases. help end this disgrace.All conflict between the Soviet nlcally his allies with missive
Summer sn't really sum. a woman has to do Is Union and the Western allies destruction If they ever
mer until the whole family had desert, take money from her In the West, Interested cit. start encroaching on Soviet
oi Its first watermelon of the spouse and hide it away, play Izens Join In open discussion of territory.

season on the back porch. ing cigars. The female of the real dumb and, when the man foreign policy Issues. Their To Western experts, his I",a>
Women were esteemed more species may be sicker than the finds out about It, she can leaders are more or less respon. neuver suggests that the EH/*
for the quality of the pies they male. say that she had It before she lve to demands for Inform Soviet conflict Is not only deep
baked than the style of clothes: e e e married and that makes It legal. Lion Even Khrushchev has and Irreversible, but that it tru
they wore. A really good cook sometimes shown a talkative be moving into a new and m Mosquitoes must have She ask for amount of
wJ nu prided herself on the fact she any awareness of public opinion In dangerous phase. The one p"'ssi.!
never served her husband wonderful eyesight, the support, for most any reason the Western countries.The ble modification In what he ,u-
way they can find that one and It.
"store bread." get most fateful confrontationof reported by the Japanese tc
Grown men who played golf little rip in the screens. If a husband cannot or does powers since the U.S.. Soviet have said Is that he could clai[: ,,

(y.,,, .. "",.,,,....,.,,,,,.,,.-_"- ., ."" 'i ,.. not comply he Is charged with showdown over Cuba In October If he wished, at some future
u _YO t l ':': ':;' \ contempt of court 1982 now seems to be building time, that he was mlsunder
1. '. ..,, :. between
'm up
i : Now Is the time to get these the Soviet Union stood, or that his views were
tRA.HAMS.TI'lr. laws changed. Let's get together and Communist China. But so misrepresented.Before .
H : j.t ; \LIP VMIT CAR and do something beforeIt little Is known outside their two making a final jai) ,.
I 0 Is too late. ruling groups about the real ment, U.S. analysts were waiting .
SOP MARIMATC A, Dixon nature and extent of this quar. to see what, It anything, the
byi ACROSS ATRIA. A I. t. . George ref that its future course and Soviet press would say about tin
Veronica Avenue
23. E Ind. possible
I I. Pomull'e eight .. I M N S EWER Yadjeluve Tampa 12, Fla. tremely difficult flash to point chart.are ex. remarks to the Japanese.

e Radio 26. Lettuce DESK E. 0 3 MAE. (EDITOR'S NOTE We have Much more would be known in
4 disk
t 8: Fondle 29. :Not ever A G t. CAR: IN t S T no Idea as to the Identity of the outside world It Khrushchevand NEWS FROM

11, Mr. Van 31 Indeclinable MOO to .L .T 5 A R. the writer of the above letter, the Red Chinese leader,
1I I noun but it was both neatly written Mao Tze-tung, felt any compul. WASHINGTONASSOCIATED
Winkle 33 Coarser .. R t D II EDGE s ion to keep their
and signed as the paper's policy own people
12. Sea eagle 37. Roman AMT .
I AB ERR I IRE. closely Informed. Their PRESS
requires. seems quite
13. Dan fjord
ll o 14 tyrant W E N K NOT. NIP I evident that this man has experienced tlce, however, throughout the
Beverage 38
Digit N to. S E. G 0 C A T five years the conflict has been
13 Clulnlike 39: Theatrical considerable difficulty WASHINGTON _
growing, has been to employ (AP) The
17.0rnanlell. 42.larrow; in'ukroan. with a member, or members public pronouncement Senate Finance Committee las
t Irt SOLUTION 0' YESTERDAY'S ruzzLi of the opposite sex and weapons In the fight. only as added a reopening of the national -

1liltiiII 19. Scientific 43. Deposit 48. Stupid 3. Lance Is crying out In warning against Much of the struggle, there. Service Life Insurance
study abbr. U. Pima dOli. person 4. Degenerate the misery and pain that other fore, Is for practical purposes program to a House passed bill
20. Aurleulolle na S. Citopatra'i good men may have Inflicted on secret and even the Impact and Increasing n o n.servlce.cnn.
21 Long cloak U. "Iale sheep DOWN significance nected
attendant them If they Ire not wary. We of those move veterans pensions.pension .
23. Bluejeans 46. Worm t. Incensed which are made In the The bill would raise
feel the letter
6. Emmet obliged to print open are
..., material 47 2. Lime tree month!
extremely ) benefits of tte
w. 7 'Ughl for whatever comfort It may for the rest some
Hone lturv' afford others In a like situation of the world to measure. So It Is neediest of the 1,277,000 veter.
1L .L 1 I. J f I.J 1 1'8." Spinets and with the maneuver made this ass In the program, prlmarll)
rr I ,' :. .:. i') Eric"In th.AO."tiJurnall / 9 Possessions mood.) week by Khrushchev, although World War I veterans. It aU,
II 0 ,I I' 10.: Seaaw in the Judgment of many Wash. would liberalize Income llmlta.tlon .
I 16. Forty winks Ington officials his words had a governing eligibility. Its
The Conservation Congress 14 /S I' 16.: Color: warlike ring.Speaking cost Is estimated at $72 mllll, .

I 17 l i) 21. CIvilian: . . . .. . . to a Japanese parti the first year, Increasing to,111mlIon
This Congress his already proved itself servation side. That is because the recreation : 0 abbr. tntentary delegation, Khrush. by the fifth vear.
the most conservation-minded in bill provides financial help for COLLIER COUNTY NEWS chey attacked: Chinese The provision '
I.o II i II 22, United | claims to for nopeiuX
years If not decades. We are remindedof the states and Federal Government to : : ; : : Slain satin MICHAEL CHANCE Edlt.-Publl 500,000 square miles of Soviet the Insurance program, opposed
this by the Anal passage of the Wll.derness rescue outdoor living spaces from the e ". "l.l: r 24. birth THOMAS HAVCR. Auoclct Editor territory. He said Soviet borders by th. Insurance Industn ,
bill An Outdoor Recreation bill threat of the rural plow and urban bull- 'f / // 'f/, By MARSHALL WVATT, Ads hiss.(.rALIENT are sacred, and he asserted that would give an estimated K
also pasted by both houses end now in doter, saving these land and water area ,. 1,1 I' 0 It JI) : r 27 16. T+per OPOLKA. Mch. Supt. the Soviet Union has developed million veterans of World War
Alda TOa'ii
conference, will add to the DAVID HERMANSON. Clr.. Director II
record. for the active use and enjoyment of new weapon and the Korean tC1takl
The Wilderness bill sets aside, and millions of Americans . U / JS J4 JT x 28.u Wanderers. tiC MRS. LOUISE.. DAUB. Office Mir.rvjbli out life on arts capable of wiping out lowoopremlum War a policies year

preserves as wilderness some 9.000.000 In recent sessions, Congress his shown hd deny a.cpt =c'' His statement up to 10,000..
JI JI 30 .. Instantly raised
: Carpet actawed.a In t h by
of land 0 y.
acres public already rather haphazardly a renewed interest In connenstlxn and the Passed
32 Dutch uncle tM Collier County Puklmhlni Co., question whether the Soviet by the Senate six
protected by administrativeorders. public seashore end scenic rlverwsys. 1 f f' fl 41 54.: Millet5S In*, Ml Twelfth Avenue Sou*. Ne. Union has gained a Jump on the times, the life Insurance reopen.er
In time, however, the bill would The two major bill now almost law Silkworms pies l.. 17)7.Telephone Fie.., 1140. Mal add.- P. O. United States in the perfection has always been rejected by
permit the Whit House, with congressional culminate years of study and dispute f' ; 144 .T 16 Ii. ',. holes: Midway 17.107 for all of som* Instrument of mass the Hoots f
approval, to Incorporate another and thought. They mark a new periodIn deportment. destruction WASHINGTON
'18. a cobalt bomb AP Out.
61.000,000, acres Into a national wilder- the era begun by Theodore Roosevelt f o {I41 41 "I >flrn bluer hydrogen a Put of )
40 no napes'ubddy bomb, or the nations factorieSmines
A4 .lion The MEWS iewime : some
system. . ind Gifford Pmchot Congress his a rightto .
ness of "SOlla.l.dmanuscripta kind of
for the return ,
mysterious ut advanced
.... new utilities
Outdoor recreation also has its con be proud. St. Louis Poit-Duptick/ Poe I Sims 21 min. li "iiny or photogrepnt." like a massive death ray device .,aln' August for the 12th

conse -,y. month.ofller .



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Schools wrta \\ .' Demos On Path COL 'U COUNTY NEWS, Naples' Fla, ThuftJay. S.pt.mb.r" 1964 5

Get Flood of .. To Says Dictatorship Thurmond, Control, Inspection On Both


Sen.W.dnesdlannounred Sir\<>m Thurmond, who his Sides Of Iron Curtain Uraed

twitch from the Democratic to ROCHESTER Minn. AP) -. der said even new disarmament .
Catholic Pupils Reiui,(!lean part, will introduce
Gen Lauris Norstad said today proposal has met opposl.
Sen, Ban Goldwater
today as
i that a system of control and tlon reflecting! !: fears that any
residential candidate
eak i Inspection on both sides of the reduction or arm limitation
By ROBERT COCHNAR brngs Carolina las !campaign to South Iron curtain could reduce ten. would disturb the existing ba.

Newspaper Enterprise Assn. A giant picture of Goldwater. dons in Europe without any lance and result In one-sided,
reductions of mill. dangerous weakness.
wan the backdrop Uednesdu weapons or

pIXCIXXATI, Ohio- (M'\) First! t grade classes in u 4t. la t, night a* the union senator from tary manpower. Reduction of military man.
area of l !soullurn Ohio experienced their sa., South Carolina appeared on a The former supreme Allied power, limitations on weapons,
..r.ew to commander in Europe also the other steps we consider
tll<>.It.lt. television hookup
11\\ n population explosionhen schools opened this advocated that this United within the subject of disarmament *
> his dwn .
:: 111111<>mi > party ,'
\\cai They reccixcd deluge of 10,000 extra children.At u '1111 do e\nthing) In m>' Stales Britain and France are only means to an

least 100 new teachers had to be found in a hurry. see 1e power, "' Thurmond said, 10 the old) powers that can supply end" he sold "We lake as our

Unused rooms were spruced up and temporary classroomswere e help Bam Golduater return nuclear weapons for the North purpose the lifting of the burden

installed in basements, gymnasiums and nearby church our nation to i oust Hut ion.1 Atlantic Treats Organization of tear, we seek to enhance our

halls. And taxpayers will be paying an extra $4.5 million government through hiS electionto be given authority to decide security, we aim to guarantee
this year. f L-J the presidency" whether NATO should take our freedom. In short, our
} nuclear action to resist anenemy. purpose Is peace
children Thm'moIHt'l announcement
would have to Roman Catholic rJ'I :
gone .
; Norstad said .
parochial schools. But last i S was timed' to precede Gold.water' such an agree.ment
the archdiocese of "
spring, Cincinnati ; : ... Norstad's comments were should provide for both
\ at at
appearance noon
regretfully hZ
announced it couldn't afford to con J'
prepared for delivery at the mobile ground and aerial In.
tinue its first Greenuile.Spaitanbmgalrpoit.
grade, so it was eliminated. ..'
International and
opening of an spectlon perhaps overlap.
: It Is Golduater's first
Thus the archdiocese, among the first to establish a 'i political visit to Smith Carolina symposium, a part of the three ping radar surveillance which

parochial school system, became the first in the nation to et 'S' i S. since 1962 when he addressed day Mayo centennial celebra would permit the Western pow.

abolish part of it on an archdiocese-wide basis. But other ,<."" the Republican State Coin'en. tion. The theme of the ,)'mposJ.um era to look Into the eastern
communities across the nation, Catholic and non.Catholics Is ")tan's Adaptation to his satellites and beyond Into the
are being confronted with similar problems. .It!':_..a...., -,,,," J'.' .. .- ,"" '... ........ -. tlon.During Thurmond' IS.mlnule Expanding Environment: western Soviet Union.

Catholic school classes hate been dropped In Rochester Slim, elegant lines will play' an Important role In fashion for fall. The closer fit Is seen television appearance| a title He asserted' that a continuing"fact.flnding" Under the plan, he said, the

Kansas City, Spokane St. Louis, Richmond Va., Green Bay in the walking dress (left) done by deofrey Bcane In cherry red soft textured wool card! flashed across the \bottomof system of controland Western powers would grant the
\\'Is.. Fargo, N.I)., Saltlnawflch.: ., Marlon Ohio, and In the tweed from England Only detail In this costume I Ill'UlnlC on the yoke which continues the screenvhl 'h said: "I'.S. Inspection in Europe could Soviets a corresponding privilege. .

northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC down the back. The dress Is dramatized by a huge self stole Teal Tralna's reversible fog Senator Strom Thurmond.'' lift the fear of surprise air and ,

The effects of the population explosion are not, of course and camel coat of lightweight British wool (right) Is worn with a t\lo-pll're elongated check When Thurmond said, 'In the Ing ground the attack balance without of disturb.' and
limited to parochial schools, Public schools are having worsted dress future I must work within the establish power -
their problems too. But Catholic schools are supported In framework, of the Goldwater a foundation for great DAYTIME CAR CAMOUFLAGE
er and
understanding for tur-
the main by free-will offerings instead of public tax: money I Republican part," the words ther action In the disarmamentfield. OOMINGTON, Iml (l\P>
Thus while Catholic schools have the classroom and I "Republican, S.C." appeared l r"i> Indiana lrmi "m" opiniMri.U
same .
'r''" :R ldJ j New Fight On under his name" that .
teaching-shortage problems, they have no assured method '....: ..: ( "The Democratic The former NATO com man. mix niti 'in h".I.1.
party, t., mifomobiUn, I
of obtaining funds to cope with the problems. > % light tan Inn no
Thurmond said, "has abut dangerously hard h, sit The
There are more than 13,000 Catholic grammar and high NEW YORK lAP) Mickey EDI fantasy comedy aboutan RedistrictingStirs doned the people, repudiated' the Wallace Plans two, Or. Merrill J, Allen .11I.1 I Dr.
schools in the nation, enrolling about 15 per cent of the Rooney Jumped fully clothed authentic witch who marries Constitution and Is leading the
dunes ,
US school-age population If funds were available, the Into a swimming pool was an unsuspecting average American evolution of our nation to a all cars R ho CUrk required, recommend to displaynuenng that

percentage would soar, for in 1962 nearly 200,000 applicantsto pulled into the ocean by a power business man, with Eliza. CongressBy socialistic dictatorship." New FightOn liihu day as well .i Is

parochial schools had to be turned away boat and fell overboard duringthe beth Montgomery Dick York JOHN BECKLER Thurmond, 61, told reporters'! mhl.

L It now appears that the Roman Catholic Church In America first program of his new ABC and Agnes Moorehead.Humphrey WASHINGTON (AP) A his break with the Democrats 111d.'h'ra' report cam- banJon

may have no other choice but to modify its goal of assuring comedy series" inventively drive for a constitutional am. would be permanent, He said he' Intergration u shod' NponMirctl. in purl h\

every Catholic child a through-the-grades Catholic education. called, "Mickey Wednesdaynight. endment to block reapportton. had asked' Senate mlnoilt MILWAUKEE (AP) Ala. the mm rrum ami the .\ \' anOploniitrii

The Cincinnati situation provides an example The Rt. At another HitsBarry's ment of state legislatures has leader Everett Dlrksen' to I be bain Guy George C. Wallace Fwodllon..

Rev Msgr. Carl Ryan the archdiocese's superintendent of really a highly point talented poor Rooney actor added new heat to the smoldering moved to the Republican side of said today that he will call a lies a.II"'thIIII..., ..fI..b..Ml. ,

schools, says simply that it's hard to find teachers willing to and comedian was scurrying controversy now tying up the floor. special session of hlsstatelegis. hcadliglitH lit ull taro's on drov

work for salaries which are about $1,500 less than what around a resort town clad onlyin Congress.The Thurmond's cross-over was lature Monday to enart laws 'hound lilacs luij aink'J tin II
public schools latest effort Is aimed at the first in the Senate duceOregon's that will "return complete con.
pay. a three.quarter length mink per mil Jctrcaxt MI il.innm a uiiduilK
"In 1950" Msgr Ryan reports, "there were 961 sisters Stand rushing through an amendmentthat Wayne Morse switched trot of our school system to the In the US.' ami. .M rxrtint
coat.The from the Republican to the "
first set the would wipe out the Su. state government.
and 129 lay teachers in the archdiocese. In 1963, there were program in Canada,
i 1.OJ6 sisters and 867 lay teachers In other words, during stage for the series with Mick. preme Court's recent ruling that Democratic Thurmond party In 1954. Wallace said he hoped the ac. Ilu doctor ulK. "' haul ''Critimto
and his standard situation both houses of a state Ipjlsla. has long been lion would, "start a move and .
this ey
the .
period increase of sisters 65 that of I .h'h.-.I..r."
was lay tarN UK usually'
expected to come out for Gold.
teachers 738" comedy family -pretty blonde On S. Viet Nam lure must be apportioned on a water with whom he voted sot a pattern that will be fol. MUinn" "nixri-MNihli' Ih.ui darker
basis of land."
wife, two children and a dog population lowed across the ,drn.u
By dropping the first grade Msgr. Ryan hopes to increase arriving from Omaha to take Another swift strike by Rep. against the civil right bill, the The Alabama governor, ap. C
lay teachers' salaries as well as sisters salaries which WASHINGTON (AP) Sen nuclear test-ban lluv snj IKOIOIII ,'ms"nil.
average possession of an Inherited resort Howard W. Smith, D-Va., chair. treaty and pearlng In the state which gave .
less than $1,500 Hubert H. Humphrey/ carriesthe other u '"lIt.I'' WMHIIIU 1,111011IUiy
I annually. hotel and marina on the Califor. man of the House Rules Com. measures. him 266,000 vote forpiesldontin

. '. of Cincinnati's Archbishop Karl Alter says that three-fourths nla coast They find it losing$1,. palgn Jolmson-Humphrey flag into the southland cam. mlttee brings such an amend. the April primary said It :' pitlcri, :: ;,.': ..old..' I: ir" ri.lly i I 1",1
Catholic in
children in the archdiocese attend c 'nipl n
already ment before his for
't.; 000 a month and hopelessly in committee Young 'Prince' Gets was "entirely possible Mates
today with a thrust Into Texasand
kindergarten in public schools, and "adding one more year debt to relatives of one Ling today for expected( quirk ap. to pass legislation that will keep
to their presence in the public schools will not interfere too uncomfortably played by Sam. Arkansas proval that would clear It fora To Meet PresidentSEATTLE the federal government from
The Democratic vice presl.
seriously with their religious training." mee Tong who used to be so later House vote. It would be up running our schools." '"COUNTDOWN"for
This summer Cincinnati's Catholic first-graders attended lovable In "Bachelor Father." dentlal nominee, the President'stop to the House leaders to determine Wash. (AP) A He said he would detail the

daily classes In religion. And during the: school 'ur first He' the unlovable hotel man. gun, alms to try to keep when the vote came. young nceand\a president plan In his message! to the legls.lature. .
Johnson's statesafe seemedpleased
grade pupils will have once-a-week religious dassl'l.l''lth alter Texan Smith Used the same bold Wednesday ; And he predicted that citizenship
from Republican vote by the encounter
this basic training," Msgr.\ Ryan says, "the children will be The program was preceded bya rustlers.On tactics last month to override Andy Prince 10, wore a No 1 the special session would lie con.
prepared to receive their first Holy Communion during the singing swinging half.hour the eve of his departure, trie House leadership and send official "Airport Welcome" cludod In a single day

second grade, as is now the custom called "Shindig," featuring Humphrey said In a televisionand tothe,, floor a bill that would\badge Issued by the Secret Wallace made his statements
More than a few Catholics, both lay and religious have assorted stomping guitar radio interview on CBS' have taken jurisdiction overstate Service and he was one of the al a Milwaukee news conference 116 DAYS

questioned whether parochial schools now-or ever-can playing young singers who were "Face the Nation:" reapportionment away first persons to greet President before leaving for an appear
provide all Catholic children with a solid education in their greeted with loud squeal from He believes Sen. Barry from the federal courts. Johnson. snce al Neonah In the Fox River
' faith. the studio audience. The squeal Goldwater the Republican That one passed the House but Andy gut the choice position Valley' where lie drew heavysupport Ill LEFT TO

Mrs. Mary Perkins Ryan, author of "Are Parochial Schools ers, when they appeared on presidential candidate "is died in the Senate Tuesday, because of a news story telling during his primary

( the Answer9' argues that providing a general education for camera, appeared to be of high manipulating what Is developing Now Smith plans to make the how he cried when he found the campaign against Democratic Ill REGISTERDEMOCRATIC

all Catholics has proved an impossible task for the church, school age. In Viet Nam for his political more difficult attemM for a $10 ticket he planned to pur. Gov. John W. Reynolds, run.
and that in trying to carry it out the church has neglectedto Both of these programs come purposes" constitutional amendment, chase for the President's eve. nlng as a favorite son In placo
In what Is television's which requires a two-thirds of Prosldi'iit Johnson. Reynolds
provide "anything like adequate religious training for probably "We have no Intention of nine appearance would( not let (nh
those not in Catholic schools"-more than half of all school- toughest hour for new shows pulling out of South Viet Nam" vote. him Into the room where the pulled 622,000 votes and claimedall
opposite CBS' top-rated "Bever. Smith's weapon Is s seldom at the slat.'. national con.
age and no derisions Involving the President spoke. Johnson offl.clals Suit D./sK/alia
ly Hillbillies" and "Dick VanDyke used House rule that permits a vention delegates for Johnson
Mrs. Kjan suggests that money spent en maintaining the war there are being postponeduntil arranged the airport wel. Eicc.tur C.mm.H..
parochial schools-an estimated $1.8 billion annually-and: Show." And NBC after the campaign majority of the Rules Commit come Wallace will return to Mil. w..... M G*...!rcll! ,
the more than 183,000 teachers they employ could be put to launched its new "WednesdayNight He disagrees with the view tee to take any bill away from a "111," said Andy waukee for a public address to. Chairman;
at the Movies" with legislative committee and send night
better use If concentrated on Improved religious education. a of Americans for Democratic It "HI," replied the President
to the (louse,
Non.Catholic children she points out, have long attended great old Hitchcock suspense Action that Cuba should be Ills --- .
target Is the House Judlcl.
summer "Bible schools," or weekly 'Hebrew schools," with romance, "To Catch a Thief readmitted to the Organizationof "
: : 'v'
with Cary Grant and Grace ary Committee, which wag / , : "
out ill effects She adds that Catholics might well be advisedto American States If It quits its holding "
Kelly. ABC probably will have hearings on nearly 150
investigate this. program of subversion and
trouble in thi, soot reapportionment proposals until
Some Catholics have The Cincinnati summer program is CBS casually'dropped a mostamu.lni arrives at a position of nonal.Ignment Smith's sudden raid last month
one example. Priests in the archdiocese of Boston are build snatched one
half-hour special
ing schools of religion, to be used regularly by school- pro. "The President of the
Rep, Emanuel Celler, D.N.Y.
into its early evening ,
gram United States is a man of good
and adults.
Which of theseare
schedule. Harry Reasoner took chairman of the Judiciary
Officials the Cincinnati archdiocese additional health physically mentally
in hope no of Committee who blasted the
up the delicate business ,
grades will have to be eliminated from their parochial school humor In politics.The morally and politically," earlier move as an exercise In N

system But they admit it is a possibility. And public school program was primarily a Humphrey took a two-day tyranny) by the Rules Commit the best tools
breather In the capital between
officials wondering how transferred Catholic first-
are many series of film clips showing tee, announced he woul'ln'tboth.r
graders will continue their education in the public schools, presidents from Herbert Hooverto campaign trips before heading to show up at today's
thus creating an even bigger financial headache. Lyndon Baines Johnson for the Lone Star state, hearing
Texas Republicans elected for washing dishes ?
making jokes and being witty. "Anything I would say wouldbe
NEW YORK (AP) Overseas 18 nations; "Any Wednesday"in Stars of the presidential humor conservative John Tower to the as useless as trying to writeon ;"

interest in new American plays 15, and "The Ballad of the sweepstakes seemed to be Senate In 1961 after the late water," Celler said "the
is soaring according to Jack Sad Cafe." in 7. President John F. Kennedy
Franklin D. Roosevelt in his majority of the Rules Commit
lIuIo.u! rvillOr of foreign rights He attributed increasing acceptance famous "Fala" speech defend narrowly carried the state with tee have apparently made up CD
in !the play department of the abroad 50.5 per cent of the vote In 1960.
to "growing ing his dog and Harry S. Tru. their minds The derision Is 4
William Morns theatrical agency, sophistication of foreign man doing that lethal Imitation Democrats, although they already written." *
Hut to cited as examples of audience, spurred by (travel to of H. V. Kaltenborn predictingthe express confidence Johnson will Celler said Smith and tils

recent enthuiasm, "Kho'i Afraidof America, and greater exposure to election of Thomas E. Dew. win Texas, are wary of Gold. blowers\ were acting In "sheer

Virginia oolf," being produced American personalities via television .y in 1948. water's strength particularly In desperation" and predicted the

in 21 countries; "Barefoot films and other mast Recommended tonight: "Be. the southern part of the state. amendment would be rejected, ,
in the Park. nedia." witched Humphrey, who helped pressthe
set for exhibit in premiere ABC,11.9:30
civil right bill to enact The passion flower Is so-

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1 \ ,i I

Eagle Gridmen Open Friday At ArcadiaBy

DAVID LYON pound fullback Billy Bryan, Car.

Ready or not, Naples High ter Bryan's brother.are equipped America's Cup

School's 1964 football team op. to handle tailback duties in( a

ens Its schedule tomorrow night pinch. Koch and Billy Bryan are ,..rtef SP S

when it goes to Arcadia to meets third-year lettermen and are f yY Contenders Get

tough team of Bulldogs. the probable wlngback and full.

The DeSoto County team has back starters No Wind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
not had any more time to pre. In the blocking back spot will Rest -

part for this came than Naples, be Van Weeks, senior letterman. NEWPORT R.I. (AP) No
J NEWS. N.pln, Fl., Tkurtd.y. S.pt.mb.r 17 l I9b4
but a number of Injuries In re. Backing him up are junior Frank 4 wind, no race and the America's 6 COLLIER COUNTY

cent practices have slowed down Townsend and senior transfer 1 a 1 Cup standings remalnt Constet-

the Eagles' preparations some student Raymond Peterson latlon 1 Sovereign 0.
what. KIckoff time at Arcadia Naples will field veterans all
Both the American
tomorrow Is 8 p.m. The Eagles along the line Jerry Rose will Constellation and defender Britain's Immokalee Football T Team

will open their home schedule be at the Important center spot challenger Sovereign were
next Rose alternated at center last ,
week against Venice. frustrated
by postponement.
Coach Jerry Morris Is hope. year with senior Brad Unkeless,
t Constellation was kept from
ful the Eagles can make a good who has been switched to tackle what many expected would Starts Out, At Alva Friday

beginning this season. H. re. this season. Rose is a 175.pound 1 have been her second triumph

l I.. gards the first two games as junior. and Sovereign was balked at son was line coach at 'I I suipaBay
At guards will be 155! r Immokalee High School begins
Indicative of how the team will -poundlet. ir 1 demonstrating that she was not Conference champ Llthla!
do this season. Victories against terrain senior Lee Treadwell on a new football season Fri
as pokey as she appeared In her Plnecrest.
Arcadia and Venice could meana the right side, and tall 140-pound trouncing in the first race Tues- day night when the Indians travel Being Class C clubs, lmmo-

prosperous season for Naples junior letterman Wayne Jen. day to Alva to meet the Ramble
kalee and Alva have light
kiss Ray Ellen on the mend
Beating Arcadia this year appears have their chance r$ In a Caloosa Conference
to be a pretty tall order. from a knee Injury, will see action BoHi may In tussle teams and not a whole lot of
to themselves today a
at guard He is a 175.pound prove depth. Broxson hopes the In
The Bulldogs had one of their Both do
-- -- south or southeastern wind of teams are figured to
finest junior and a letterman. dians' defense will be ready
teams last year and lost FOUR SENIORS all veterans make end position 10-15 knots forecast from the pretty well In the new leaguefor
only one game In 10. They slip. Third .year veteran Bruce Harris a strong on Naples for the Ramblers. The team

ped by Naples 136. The three will be at left tackle, and high School's football team. From left are ;luz Ritchie, Richard Woodruff wdather bureau.A small schools. The game drilled mostly on fundamentalsand
Bulldogs who accounted for the Unkeless or Al Hackney will be John Bass and Steve Clark, Ritchie and Clark probable Island lovely Sound Wednesday on offered Rhode will mark the deburs for new on offense during preseason

13 points are back this year at the other tackle.Harrts weighs starters at Arcadia Friday night. (NEWS photo) tn. that a coaches Gerald Perdue of Alva practices.
everything any yachts.
Last season Arcadia's team 170, Unkeless 1 IS. and Hackney and Bill Broxson of Immokalee. -
backfield will
would calm lmmokalee's
desire sun
man ,
was "the best one we saw all a junior letterman 19S. Perdue comes to Alva

year" Morris said. Graduation Buz Ritchie 185.pound sen. Moorings Ladies seas, almost But bathing the suit tem. from a junior high at Elkhorn consist of sophomore quarter
peratures. only slightest
losses did not hit Arcadia very for left end, is recovering froma about the 243. W, Va., and Broxson last sea back Danny Browning veteran

hard, and the 1964 Arcadia team shoulder bruise and should be Baseball Announce Plans of mile zephyrs course played where Britain's fullback Harley Thomas, and

ought to be comparable to the ready to go tomorrow. Ritchie halfbacks selected from agroup

1963 group the Naples coach Indl. and 195.pound senior right end For Golf TourneyLady Royal Thames Yacht Club consisting of seniors Butch
to do
hopes something no one
cated. Arcadia has 15 lettermen Steve Clark are thlrd.year vet. has done slnre Millard Flllmorewas Missourl-Born Lambert and Jerry Rutledge,
.. Clark Is 6feet 4 Inches Roundup golfers at The Moorings
Including 12 .seniors while Nap. back in 1851 win Junior Lacy Wright, and soph
president ,
lee has 18 veterans and 13 sen. and Ritchie 6 feet 2 Inches.They ? THE ASSOCIATED PStSS In next Wednesday's outing will the America's from the Illinois MuleAcademy Curt Massey.

were the two prime receivers on Dlay in "best ball threesomes" Cup
fore At the rate Hank Bauer's so many cigarettes during the UJS. defender. MascotHANNIBAL. Alva will build Its offense
team last tot tourney honors a spokesman
be the
to year
'If we're ought
ready smoking cigarettes If the Baltimore slump, he could make a steel Bus Mo.bacher.'aklpper of the around veteran quarterback

a pretty good ball game," Morris Among Arcadia's returnees Orioles don't win the mill look like it's on strike. announced today. successful American del.nderWeath.rl Mo. (AP) A Charles Relnboti, a fine athlete -
fullback Raymond Christ Pairings have been and tee
said are M 1 s s o u r {.born mule that
American League pennant he Bauer admitted It recently in 1962 later ex.plaln.d fullback will
to. who scored one touchdown and off times announced< as follows Running at
not ready to play
Definitely its residence to IllinoisIs
be able when he the committee called changed
might to get it for the was asked how the
morrow Is senior tailback Donald gained a lot of yardage against 8:30 Esther Reeve*, Ruth Holm be either letterman Jim Man-
about to become the mascot
the back of has affected the because what wind
coupons on the pack. tight struggle him. race
who twisted his knee in Naples last year. Halfback Dick.le and Betty Johnston; 8:37 Elea ning or Wlllard Sands.
Walker of
Bauer, who admittedly has "I haven't lost any hair, there was had backed about 50 the V.s. Military Academy at
practice Monday night. The 145. Kelly who scored the other nor DuB an.: Ruth Aldrlge, and West Point. Other members of the new '
turned into a smokestack In the although It Is a little whiter," he degree Into the north-northwest
pound letterman Is the Eagles'No. touchdown, also Is back Tackle tenslon-niled final days of the said. "I'm sleeping and eating Evelyn Brunt; 8:44 .JerrySmlth, seven minutes before the start West Point's mascot Hannl Caloosa Conference are Fort

1 tailback and the only play. Jim Yarbrough who kicked the pennant scramble huffed and all right, and I don't have ul. Jane Savage and Mary Gordy; and moving the navy tugs, usedu bal, 1. died last March. Theacademy' Pierce Catholic Lake Placid

er at that position with any var. extra point against Naples, has puffed Wednesday night as his cers." 8:51 Elsie Abbott,Phyllis Jones, marks would have postponed need was relayed to Moore Haven, Frostproof and
pity experience. Walker hopes grown a bit to Sleet 5 Inches and Nancy Creason; 8:58 Perry the Hannibal Chamber of Com
Orioles blew sole possession of Then he pointedly held up alighted the start past the 2:10p.m. Okeechobee School for Boys.
to be ready for the Venice game.Morris and 225 pounds.Yarbroughplaystackle Carr Varrel Mlnarlch, and Lt
the American League lead by cigarette and said deadline for the commencementof merce by Thomas Gallagher
and assistant coaches and did not see much dutyIn Mabel dine; BIOS! Frenchle of Hannibal.The .
losing to Minnesota 2.1. "This Is fourth
pack a race.
Bill Bryan and Jerry Howell are the Napillgam. because of an It was Baltimore's 14th loss In today." Corchrun, Vera Dlcher, and Sis. chamber had a difficult Duke Says
willing to give sophomore tall Injury last year. the last 25 games and dropped And his fourth coupon If he's sy She&ton; 9:12 Mary Chance, I time locating a Missouri mule,

back Carter Bryan a chance to the Orioles Sue Link, and Evil Cook.It but finally found an animal He'll Retire At
Into a flatfooted tie smoking the right brand. If not, announced Seminoles Ready
also that
start at Arcadia. He was a stand for first could was belonging to, Forrest Baucom of
place with the Chicago he switch. It's easier than
out runner and a good passer for White Sox while the ttilrd.place fighting. players are to call the Pro Shopat For {Miami Game Liberty, HI. End Of SeasonNEW

Naples Junior High last year. iii.var.lty MI 2.5700 If unable to playor He assured the chamber the
York Yankees
climbed Bauer has
WithThe to enough a fighton AP
debut will be meet the tee-off time. Pair. AP- YORK ( ) Duke
againstone TALLAHASSEE Coach mule Missouri-born.
within ( was
one percentage point of his hands with the White Sox,
Snider of the San FranciscoGiants
for other ladles
log reportllgfor!
of the hardeat-hitting teams Bill Peterson said the Florida
lop'And climbed Into
who tie for first
will a play next Wednesday will be madeat and once one of base.
Naples face. State
University Seminoles
Bauer has been smoking by defeating Detroit 4.1 and the are
If Bryan needs help at tall. the tee, a spokesman said. ready to play a good football ball's most feared slnggerl.amlOun'ed ,
Yankees, 9-4 winners over the League
back, wlngbark Bob Koch or 185. In yesterday's regular weekly game" against Miami In the Or. Wednesday he wouldretire
Los Angeles Angels. at the end of the season,
outing In competition on the back
ange Bowl Saturday night. I I
The Orioles and White Sox nine, Perry Carr and VanellMlriarlch Dick Young spouts| writer of the
The lest workout before the 1
Hurricane TeamIn Prose 'l both have 13 games remainingto \ tied for top honors game raced the squad today Leaders Dally News, repotted In his I 1i
18 for the Yankees who have
( SECRoundup with Eleanor DuBane taking ... and the coach planned to drill ston from San Francisco

Good Shape two less losses than the leaders card place In the contest. J it nearly two hours on timing. American League Young Is traveling with the

The Yankees could take ov.rthe Batting (375 at bats)-Ollva, New York Meta, who beat the
For FSU Game NEW YORK (AP) Off the Peterson still has been unableto
top spot today by beatingthe Minnesota, .318; B; Robinson, Giants Wednesday 40. I
first returns, it appears that anytime Angels In the choose between quarterbacksSteve
only AL .
Baltimore 312. Snider an outfielder nearing
MIAMI AP-All members of
( a Marching ShowPlanned Tend and Ed Pritchett
player runs with the ball scheduled.
game RuneOliva, Minnesota 103 his 38th birthday starred with
of Miami football for ; I
the University In the National Football a',starter against the Hurri
League Elsewhere In the AL Wednes.
Cleveland 98.
Band Howser the old Brooklyn Dodgers
team except one were expectedto By Canes I
.. this season, the announcer will day, rookie Tony Conlgllaro hit
be In for Satur. Runs batted In-Stuart, Bos. the Los Angeles Dodgei before
good shape Flor. automatically tall "Brown two homers as Boston crushed< At Venice Game ton and KIllebrew, Minnesota he was traded tll the Mets III i
day night's opener against I
carried. If
announcements of readiness Kansas City 10.1 and Cleveland
to the
106. 1963. The Mets loll him
Ida State In the Orange Bowl. The first NFL offense and satisfaction Graves Glum> Over to
statls. mean anything, swept a doubleheader from .
Naples' football fans will wit. Hits Ollva Minnesota 195; GUnts early thisseason.Yesterday's:
The only doubtful player Is tics, covering the season's some of the teams picked favor.Washington 3.1 and 3.2. 1
ness an exhibition of skilled mar. Gators' B. Robinson, Baltimore 175.
John Matlock, junior defensiveend opening games showed today lies In Saturday's opening Southeastern National League leading Prospects (
chine by the high school I bandon Doubles Bressoiid, Boston,
who has been bothered by afoot that Bill Brown of the Mlnneso. Conference foot lost GAINESVILLE APCoach
Philadelphia to Houston S.5. ( 39 Ollva 38.
Friday evening,September, ; Minnesota
Injury William Schirmer, a ta Vikings and Jim Brown of ball games may find reasons for Milwaukee edged St. Louis 3.2, when the Naples-Venlce game Is Ray Graves Is glum about Flor. Triples Versalles, Minnesota If,
sophomore who worked his way Cleveland are second and thirdIn anxiety. Cincinnati defeated Ida's In the football
the Chicago prospects
here Mrs. 10 Rollins 9.
played according to ; Minnesota F
onto the squad without a schoU the ball-carrylng tabulation After a drill under the Cubs the New York Saturday against Southern ,
handle lights 5.3. Melt Mary Walsh, publicity chairmanof opener Home runs-Klllebrew, Min. *
arshlp, was .expected to behind Minnesota's Tommy In preparation for Alabama shut out San Francisco 4.0 and the1 club.Two Methodist.He nesota, 47; Powell, Baltimore Stars

Mullock's job.A Mason. Those two Browns and coach Vince Dooley pronounced Pittsburgh downed the LolAnrel.1 band members Bill Hen. said Wednesday the Gators '

light drill was planned to. Brown his Georgia team "as ready as Dodgers 7.5. were not responding as well as 34.Stolen BATTING Roger Marls J
dry and Roger Walsh attendedthe bases-Aparlclo Bait
a'fouchro ,
day as Miami tapered off. Wed. Yankees collected his 1,000th ,
scored two It be. The
n. apiece, can Crimson Tide Isgiven expected perhaps due to a week
Florida All-Star Marching more, 52; Wets, Chltago, 21. JL
nesday night, the squad workedout major league hit, a twu-run
trailing Detroit kicker Wayne a healthy edge over the which practice was tampered
Band clinic at Gainesville the Pitching ((15 decisions)-Bunk.
briefly under the lights at the Walker who because homer In the sixth inning that
made 14 points Bulldogs. of rain. F
past summer and have been put. er, Baltimore IS.5. .702;
Bowl. broke 3.3 tie carried New
Orange Grid
with four field Vanderbilt U Of Tampa a ,
coach Jack
goals and twoconversions. Green C
ting In hours of practice for the I I Pappas Baltimore 15.5. .750. York to a 0..& victory over lat
gave Georgia Tech no reason September event, Mrs. Walsh Strikeouts Downing, New defend I K
Hurt In
and the
Player Angeles pulled
There for
could be
more confu. security Saturday when he '
York, 196; Peters Chicago (191. F
SIGNAND slon. Ed Brown, the Pittsburgh left Commodore drills In a said.The ing American League chain
STOP AT THIS Practice Dies entire band has done a I r---
quarterback shows in the cheerful mood. pions to within one percentagepoint
up marvellous Job and they are all National League

SAVE ON passing statistics And Bill Dooley sent Georgia through TAMPA (AP-Robert ParneU awaiting the big game in Sept. THEM 'Batting (375 at bats) Cle. PITCHING of first; place.- Camllo Pascu. 1S.

Brown could be among the drills on passing punting and a 21.yearold football player for ember." said Mrs Walsh. "We mente, Pittsburgh, .344 Xaron, al scattered seven hits
VACATIONEXPENSES I IGOd2n leading pass receivers In a few timing of running plays, an. Twins ,
the University of Tampa who want to thank everyone who madeit Milwaukee .325. 12 including the
and struck out ,
more weeks lie caught three flouncing afterward that the suffered for both boys to at. Runs Allen Philadelphia C
< a brain Injury during possible ,
side In the ninth Inning
for 84 yards In the opener he. timing was much better and the recent University of San Francisco 108. C
practice last month, died tend 109; Mays, Minnesota defeated Baltimore 2.
sides rushing for 103 yards on 20 "the enthusiasm Is encourage Wednesday without Florida clinic." Runs batted In-Boyer, St. o
regaining 13 1 and dropped| the Orioles Into a
ing. But he added I
attempts. that the
110 Santo Chicago 103.
consciousness. Loujs! ; A
tie for the American League
Mason beat out his teammatefor Bulldogs will have a "giant

top rushing honors by gain. size" task with Alabama. Golfers B* THE ASSOCIATED sass I Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, with the Chicago White Sox 0St
( Flood Louis
194 St. 191.
.Ga ing 137 yards on 20 carries fora Green, who has been empha bounced back for an almost ;

Sf S.' average. Jim Brown ran 23 sizing defense, said "A great flawless practice Wednesday At Beach ClubIn American League Doubles Maye, Milwaukeeand ACES AFTER 17 YEARS C

1N T8Iiiff5 jI times for 89 yards.Two deal of our hopes of upsetting He said they "concentrated on W. L. Pet. _G.B. Clemente Pittsburgh 38. COLD SPRING /II\KHOK. M.V/ .,
Baltimore 88 61 .991 Triples-Santo Chicago 12
Blind : ;
HERE quarterbacks who trailed Georgia Tech depend on what doing a better Job" and ex. Bogey Allen <,\P) John Crime often joked h
Chicago 88 61 .991 Philadelphia, 11.
jobs during the off season, happens right out there In defensive pressed hope that the Tigers about acting u hole-in-one. (IUtently -I
New York 6 69 Home runs Mays San Fran.
$ .590 i/fc ,
Members of the Peach ClubMen'
Norm Snead now of Phlladel. drills. He smiled as he would be more consistent his
jest heiumv 1 reality
Detroit 77 7t .520 10% Cisco 41 Williams Chii ago, 32.
Golf Association ;
14 phla, and Sonny Jurgensen, now watched the Vandy defense out. Mississippi held Its last Inten. playedIn Los Angles 76 73 .310 12 Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. He aiul the 19x-yurd I3lh hole I

of Washington stood out In the shine the offense in the drill slve workout with work on kick. a blind bogey tourney yester '74' with u thru wixxl *t the ColdSprmii !
Cleveland 72 46 Brock St. 41.
.507 Louis
U'/fc gelds ,
day In the regular weekly outing ;
passing statistic Kentucky continued to
Snead took polish ing and pass offense and defense ('''.unity Club 11SI
74 derisions. Kou.
I 74 .900 134 Pitching ((15 : -
the No. 1 final with look with nine players wlnnlngprtzes.Mrs. .
plans at De.
spot under the a
compll. as part a general re SIP
us.lu} first in 17
Bonnie Hoffmann assist Boston 66 83 .443 22 fax, Los Angeles, 19.5, 792; xc years
cated NFL trolt plays and defensive work.
reckonings view of readiness for .
complet. Memphis Washington 87 93 ,383 31 Bunnlng Philadelphia, 17-5 ".f ('''Ii.
log 12 of 21 for 170' outs against long.yardage sltua. State. ed the group In the draw for is
: yards and "
Kansas City 94 93s .367 33 "I'on'l' hillt'\k It, sui.i I Ins,
two prizes and declared Dr. John
touchdown lions Tulane breezed .773.Strikeouts B
Jurgensen through an Wednesday's Results -Koufax Los An. 'Mil' !Su\U\.
Gold Guest Ditched for 235 yards, the Coach Paul Bryant of Ala hour and a half session with Quinn the first prize wlAner witha B
Gate rrea. a .
en test. total. bama announced his starting review of offensive and defens.fve net score of 77. New York 9, Los Angeles 4 gelds, 223; Drysdale, Los An. \N<, ,in the fours'' m 'ilh Hi, C
Minnesota 2 Baltimore 1 216 nhmdaaprnrn II ,tlKnsir h
geles i
Other winners were At 78.
Leading pass re elver was lineup after a drill of two hours assignments. :
Frank Grlswold at 71 Chicago 4, Detroit 1 unit J Joe fnROGER'S ,
and 20 minutes, Jim lrN
Frank Clarke ,
of Dallas
with 10 Mississippi State held a check. Boston 10 Kansas City 1 ,
It'i pat of i great new way to catches for 145 yards Coach Doug Dickey said his list practice going over kick. Lulejiam at 1Q.LF.MaConneL1and ; ,
Cleveland 3.3 Washington 1.2Today's H
increase your vacation pleasure Tennessee squad had more hustle offs, kickoff returns goal line at 72 G.i.CllneBillWhite. ,

without increasing your vacation and generally a better practice offense and defense, and punt. ley, H.L. Dixon, A. S. Abbott Games rte"'
Los Angeles at New York twl.
budget Here are" lust I few of the THE than recently Dickey ing. and Tom Abbott. ,
other inciting dee gifts and vacation planned more passing and kick. FI

privileges that an yaws Ing drills today. Only game scheduled.
BCLpkQ&GGQr Friday's Games SIR
,IS' golden Call Guest } Florida concentrated on kick.
Los Angeles at Baltimore, N
Ing and passing Coach Ray PLAY BETTER GOLFBy Washington at Chicago, N RH RHKI
FREE GASOLINE Graves said the players were
Kansas City at New York, N
not responding as well as ..x.pectetS. Tommy Armour Minnesota at Boston N KID
FREE FLORIDA ORANGES But he added "You can
Cleveland at Detroit, N
never tell If they're up for a
game or Take It I
I. Easy National League Sc
State Coach Charles
COUNTRY a W. L. Pet G.B.
(INCLUDING BAIT AND TACKLE) McClendon said his team must ONE) OF the deadliest sins of Philadelphia 88 58 .603 PI

FREE AUTO TOUR CLUB have been ashamed of their is jerkiness. Instead of St. Louis 82 64 .962 6

(OF MODERN, ELEGANT Tuesday workout because they swinging a club away from a Cincinnati 80 63 .852 7>/i o t tN
V d ball for a lone, medium or short a San Fran. 81 66 .551 7t Tl
The 63 ont'ti will be In shot, the ordinary golfer often Pittsburgh 75 70 .917 12V4 P.
75 71 .514 13
OVER NAPLES AND roan . no ee gaits clear snatches it away stiffly. H H.Sa
Los Angeles 73 73 .300 15
GOLDEN GATESTPP I In Southwest Florida the decks! of the fee remain.| or she-doesn't show patience I Chicago 66 79 .453 21 A SaWI

for Country Club mif, brand! nee 19.l ComrU enough to allow the stroke to be Houston 60 88 .405 29

.t' OUR prim'! 2-far) made with the laziness that New York 50 96 .342 38 SI

AT THE LIVINGGOLFINQ amnljr or 21,000 miles guarantees Wednesday's Results Tc

YELLOWAND up to 37'i month tit pay, s moo t h. Houston 6, Philadelphia 5 CIJo
. .
flees andprecision. Cincinnati 8, Chicago 3
II holt Chompi.-.k.p Golf illictllcur Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 2 ArI
BLUE condition lor \
New York 4, San Francisco 0
Be I '
patient ., Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 5
AAU pool 7V 40 30' mtklemily beg of you, espe- Today's Games ,
nit 1 1 EcFr
FpR DETAILS r m.inb.nkipi eoulabli, daily with approach Gl Cincinnati at Chicago

shots blasts ...... Philadelphia at Los Angeles N 'I t

HOMESITES , out of traps guard ........ Only games scheduled.Friday's LiM.

GULFAMEKICAHUHD Tkl ptrimcttr 110",1.' t't id1"! Collier ing greens and with your putts. GamesSt. M.PI
far Iko bttf CovMry Club L me County Louis at Cincinnati, N
Soytkotir\ Hondo1! When you are slow and smooth you are bound to stay at Milwaukee N PIe
CORPORAJIQHi well balanced. The whole good swing is built around Chicago -,
Ten got .( SlaU. fton* Motors I Inc. New York at Houston N I PrDc
i!.' i i. .! ( i" CAMCIRUAMU $462 from. U S, 41 steady Emill T.ra..a.Ttnbwr Philadelphia at Los Angeles READY Nivy-t. All.Am.rlc quarttr

r.eiBI* (ATI lITAUf PHONE M 1 U12 Tiimiami Trail N Pittsburgh at San Francisco back Roger auubich limbers up hit ,patung arm n fullback WI

V N Pit Donnelly blocks during, grid practice at Annapolis, Md.t J I ViI FlBr



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COLLIER COUC. NEW Nf'et, Fl. Thuf day, September ((7 l 1904 7 - - - -

[K'EGLElVS.ORNER I Don't Believe What You Think You See!


S S 555s S . S SSS S

A great big welcome to all meeting is open to all\ women bergerwas the pro In this leagueas

you brand new bowlers this winter bowlers. Officers are especial he shot a 246 and a 212

season. It's wonderful to ly urged to attend. for a 625. Gene Tillman recorded -

see the enthusiasm for bowling There will be a question and a 598-216 D. Elgle

increasing so rapidly. answer part of the program 57421'f.'i.. Johnson 570-201.

Parents--Don't forget the which will be open to all. ThereIs Bob Steele Jr. and Wilburn

AJBC program which Is sche- charge.. Mary Hatcher will Bullard each posted a 560 with

duled to stan soon. Get the be In charge of refreshmentsand Bob using a 198 and Wllburn

ldds out to bowl--they'll love Bebe Moog will do the de- a 205. Jim Brandon fired a

It.The corating.A lone 224, Ed Harroun 219.

workshop for the Naples reminder--when you erasea Vaughn Shields 207 Ev Bald-

Women's Bowling Associationwill name or numbers on the white win 201 and Chuck Langston -.

be at 2 p.m. October 3. copy of your league sheet-- 205. Announcements 14-Help Wanted Male 49-Houses For Rent

It will be held at the Woman's there Is a carbon underneathIt POWDER PUFF -- Hazel .
b11545'aOL' ',1I1t ""." yOr Two block from Gull Three
Club and Naples will\ be hostess and It doesn't leave a very Hamel headed the list with a \ era I Urauty Scion105C d b 'I I pvtt0o,. welt bedroom two. bath furnithed
the Fort 'th SI South ".Or Od "s'stl. ,.n. watt. home 1229 month
to Myers Associa clear publicity copy if it Is 480-175. Edna Cole tallied -. CO,"., of ISIS Avo 4 l's.c's. l w,,'k ,. fond.tion*. 0 eu'idrOvS S par Anasl.bbi Nov.m.b. year.

tion. Guest speakers at the not removed or covered before 469 with a 190. Sue Tillmanand WI/II" i -. ? . I" :11..n i vxitl ,no\\ ,hOa., u pi 'u. its Slraol Ml I ttv looii pa> other benef,it. See .. lot. Charts Coo .Roabtor,
I'll tf Mi BIOWI jl oil,ce I a m. to4pm 110 41" Awe 10 1041' "".
workshop will be the FWBA the erasure. Jeanne Meltzer had Iden- '\llh lIol/111a./ ' 01-i nhic"i iii> pl irumir "many .'1. I "U&| "1" I

President. Sarah Cuddy and Dot tical sets of 459-Sue's high 11\ 'i- ati I', . ""I -. -.1111. .j'i fm I ho irml" II' II" i ii 2BiklsfOR
,. In addition ., E.pr'.vcdclasa' p man for
.MI (
i 0(8) : ri i ti s input sit
FWBA 51-Wan To Rent
leigh. Secretary. This BROOKSIDE BOWLMEICHANTSLeon game a 165 and Jeanne's 158. new and uied cart Apply Leo
_0.1\ InK' ',,,' .. ""Jilt' .n tl:. 1 "'innidi the i al'I".IU1"| | SALE RrPWb05 ChfvUer, PlyinfH' .th
Snyderled Mary Jo Gibbs reached a 458 In ,i tI, ii. , '. " I '11"1'i itutui .nir a or J bedroom furnithed houteor

the league with a S58-194 with a 170 and Lucille Perry HONDA HAWK $100 AND :15-Salei i Help Wanted S...Apt. Local Monthly ret.dent or will. 'for a'an 21yeara

Bowlingtanding followed by Mike Yahl 551- 455-158 (twice). Bebe Moog TAKE OVER PAYMENTS Encellent rot er.nc.s fur.
Saietman' wanted ta MM new osobtod P. . Sos *" Nplt.
198. Jr Simpson registered tossed a lonely 180.DeilY Price CALL MI 2-4289 aid Ulld cart Prefer local man 9/15 35

a 196 loner Clyde Floyd 177 Marjorie Snivel Dorothy And Down Business w w"o.ID has aulomob.lt a k.." dsre e'P.10.,.ears"... Up: lo I.'OO par month, year

$. $ Bob Garber 192, Wes Henson Zoller 150, Shirley Fyke 156, Up Cycle 3BoatMotors Acces. bobs methodi. ,,,.mull,, .v.bt,..h'.'|tt SSbsnp Itval round,home for J'in bedroom city hmita unfurnithad Will.

191 and 03. Osceola 190. Dot White 157 Helen Parkera n-'DO' lIo.lon W".r 11 tM..eu' > along' w"IN a ltcbi.. to meetDamo contider opt.on to buy Reply'
mOlD' rOd ,d. II... P'OP''. 11..1 commo" plan Bo* 171 All Collier County
MERCHANTS BB FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC nice 122. Jane Bostlck witha ..na buek'I y ItO" ..e.lI.nl au con fur,i,. w 1h other Newt t/H. (
Tex Kaverman starred with a 73 average reached a 334 Not Dead May Take New FormB d..on. 104'' .' 490' q 15 51 hs1, b.a.fto.di.. 'Povc. Sot.to ..
Burger Palace 3 0 WOod Chrsl.r' "Ivmoul".
Ch'. Cr.It ,"o.d S Wanted
576-206-204. Harry Sauchelll set and Tiny Messmer 107 12 FI Imo...., ,tOOfl IoIMI" Toast 53-Llstings
Moorings Texaco 2 1 y..rl old .nd n .c.II.1 con
behind him listed a av-438. W.ll .ulomo
one pin do" .er.pl Sn ;
Lange Bros 2 1 575-209-201. DJ. Salmonpro- HIS 'N HERSFor the HisIt SAM DAUbON Industrial Conference Board. bIle. Jaap 01 tmaliar boat worthSton 16-Help Available H..Eatt i buyer Naplea for low Colt'COM... County hm.IIts

R & E Recreation 2 1 AP Business News Analyst Most agree that the current ..for my equity Call,\ Mli R..llv Foot oO i the T...1 8/bsst!
duced a 568-222 Red Lord 564- was Ev Baldwin with a 626- >' n v G.d"o'o'r.el'c.1 Nu... ,"k.
Yahl Bros 2 1 NEW YORK (AP) The up. situation Is favorable largely po..I.o".I .n doctor, office Have
Supreme Signs 1 2Abbott' 200 Jim G. 552-203. Paul 225 and Terry Murnan led the and-down business cycle Is by because the 43>month business Business Oppa. aureteran, .us.n. ', Writ 57-Houses For Sal.

Sea Walls 1 2 Crlckenberger tossed a lone Hers with a 485-172. RayCurry no means dead but may well upswing hasn't produced the Uieaca. Edna Ej.rgladat Smith Ha P Q Bon i/H 101 M } Bdrm 2 b..bh'T1Rrn. uir1port '
t.bl Shell lI.rve. .
Sunshine Suprex 1 2Rose's 216, Jim Croak 215 and Bud used a big 228 for a 577. take a new form That Is the excesses which have toppled Its klat'on 111 >th SI No ""0". EXECUTIVE AVAILABLE 'II. ,in utility beautiful Rm Sorrento Seaviaw awn Oar

Hogue 213.TWIN and LII Miller tossed a 453. view of economists who see 1984 predecessors.But I airs or call at atation' S uc,000 600 nol Ipol.d, 11100. dent. Own. Trantlerred, E..
Texaco 1 2 inn lot _ _ _ _ _ o".nl.d. ", oouocutsos but eel lent Condition' Open Sunday .
Firebirds 0 3 COUNTY--DJ.Salmon Greenwood Eaton fired a 212 as a period of transition. the Board's director of BUSINESS opportun North h.. .tlod.d ..m.m.nl, at 'a

took command with a 612-231. singleton. Bud Miller 170.Winnie Behind lies the great wave of economic research, Albert T, Trail, local'on lIu'.... Idrnbo that osody 10 b..," 0". 0' '0. CARIBBEAN "EALTYR..llo.1

FIRST FLORIDA Moon Mullins shot a 551-206. Miller 162, Edith Aberna- economic growth that followed Sommers notes the pecullarl. badroom All I bath now home. pmanl' S55CO I.. tor Nta'you 10 To 1.1 keep saw thai h'.nll' Ian wok willIng 1710 N Trail Ml .' 1158!

CLASSIC BB Rae Hendrix showed a 205 sIngleton this 165. Nick Buckner 189 the war, first In the United States ties of the economic scene as of buainatt Pr.cad. al 115 000 to Hart small Reply Boo
and In 1964 with good Severs to qu.hl.d :Pi; A 31, Collar. County :
In enters its
##18 4 0 more recent years final .
Arvlll Holland John Pat Eggleston 161 and Marcy months purchaaor, Shown by appointAnocialal N... tfV\ 'JI Illr. Street North 1 Bad
Conditioned Air 3 1Culllgan's Shuff 199 197 Buckner 161. Europe and Japan. Ahead lies a "High employment coexists m.nl. room 2 Bath ,large tcreaned
Shelby Hatley new wave fed by growing popu with prosperity. Tax reductionis 23-Mitc. For Sill porch ..,.... C.n.ol Hoot ,odAso
3 1 Lucllla Clta Virgil Marcum
and Leon Snyder 190. Cevdstsonlol, I" 500. 5803
lations and technological Im legislated in the face of a Noble WiihtDEWEY monlh rnsttttao
##12 3 1 POle baloia your"eyeT 'on 005 and $555' par
PALMETTO--Star was Judy
provements. budget deilclt; competition: o, i law carpal ramovam end 5".u."u. FHA "D
##11 1 3 Crlckenberger as she used a East German, 23, This view of how 1904 fits Into mains Intense in the middle of a POLLY I"': w,In Blua lutlr Rantcl.itiH Clonni coil

##IT 1 3 185 for a 540. Hazel Abra- the likely pattern of the rest of record level of plant and equip. furniture I thampooai Co _II I/I Naplei l 'M VINCE CONBOY

Kreiling & Sons 1 3 hamson fired a 201 for a 520. Flees Red ZoneIn the decade is being explored mint outlay; in the middle of a REALTY lit Ith Ava .Parkway.

##15 0 4 Loretta Easterly came up witha today at a meeting of businessand boom, nobody wants to carry 26-Personal Ml 21741
1117! tfOulfohere
491-181 Jerl Jerabek 486- government economists inventory, and price Indexes Oao CO,".Daway, of Iat Polly Av. Raallor No aTamiaml ALCOHOLICS AI4QNYMOUSMi Blvtf Cooperetiveftpacioua .

WOMENS REPUBLICAN BB 180. Edna Simpson 484-16'1.Jo? Sports Plane sponsored by the National refuse to budge."Monetary Trail, 0' women *.'tt 0050650'' $ one bedroom opartment ..
policy continueseasy Ml S 1\51 p'Ob'.ml' Aok 10' h.'p' b" capt"S with tcreened porch overlooking
Senators 3 1 Wickham 483-204. Nena Ellis 117.100
Ealabliahad Sarvica Station for MI Z $161' 1',10' cord ally walarwav
VIPs 3 1 479. Juanita Snyder posted a LUENEBURG, GermanyAP in the presence of continUe I..... Contact Leonard Han w."om.d M.t"io .n FIMI Ch." .. Cat. Realtor. 210 4th
( ) A young East German ing deficits In the balance of ninaa, 1301 Fifth, Avo. So Saptsot Church Annu on Ith33Sefvicet ve 10 Ml -HI7I- '/!> it
Vice Presidents 2 2 46". Ida Poyer 466 and Helen skipped to West Germany today CubanNassauDaily payments; an apartment boom 4M* he at pt 5th A OSleOr y T.., .nd Nearly new with; mlablithed
Little 2 Henson 458. Johnson ,.. n'e"' otOlOPMDosuso lawn Saodo cop.ds000 boothS
Elephants 2 Shirley
aboard a email sports plane he flourishes while the alngle. SERVICE STATION b.d.oom, 2 buSh Ml I./MlJt
Diplomats 1 3 tossed a 170 single. Dale Sills Mod.. .... ,. . Ie 5,55,05 HoduaoWasst \ tt
piloted In a one-hour night family housing market Ian e nation for laaao 10155.000 to 06a,0 ... --- -
##13 1 3 169. Jonell Spicer 167, Rose across the border police here Airline gulshes and the birth rate I.on by Atlantic HOI 'No R.fm.ng Tamiaml, Ca Trail Loca, .,. .n000. calf Ben SUluml. CotIs. ,. PRIVATE SALE"
Counh A..ltv 5/il StLos. BROKERS
Morrison 151 and Wanda Rice, reported.The falls." The Moo.."... Paid tramlnf NO

TWIN COUNTY BB Bea Mohrbacher Nelline Mann refugee Manfred Lorenz Service LoomsNASSAU The board thinks a shorMerm crosr.rn'or furthar financial,Information' I ata.call.'.n.Mrthorn. .. D...A wos 0.1 ht T.bb.ti iatob: WOIII sow OScoto 2 Owner bath mull home tell In three THE badroom MOOR

Brunk Miller had a 160 each.WOMEN'S 23, an electro-mechanic, asked recession In the middle 60s is a ... Ft Myara. Pie. W,. 104..11. Droll. aDO INOS Central heal and as.IfeondIoonnl
3 1 a site or w.,'. 2241 Ivy Ace FiStS, Awe. 10 N.pl.l, 'arpots no Iho".h
Moon's Masonry 3 1 REPUBLICAN for asylum. Bahamas (AP) possibility due to the rapid Ft My.,.. '1.. 1101 I/i Th"rI e I_ OutO,00 pt S bodroonts Con
Out in front was Nelson He told police after landing The Cuban government Is re expansion of debt and the cycll. pbats kItn; Inctudsog d"poul
Rice's Bunny .
Clippers 3 1 Offered and d,06a0600 Nu
showing a 476-176. An 'Unreadable" the plan on open farmland that portedly getting ready for dally cal markets in the past few 13-Help Want. Female och' ,nod dssfrnay .
Fager Roofing 3 1 he cam from the town of Ank. airline service between Havana years. : Ptton. full 2 O'IC'alt.,
Sunshine Hardware 3 1 on the Little Ele- M,ddla' a.a lady for anil and 5 P loA 1121 IISIl.tl
lam In the East German province and Nassau. long-term prospect Is counter. morninf ahilt Aloe SEA

Ben's Standard 3 1 phants team rolled a 469-189 of tyecklenburj.JrAlce The Bahamian g 0 v ernment much roslert growing supply, day ....11'..a Sao Mr Flaming' : WOOD ROCK
N. Floor and also on the same team?? corrected earlier broad investment opportunities eftr Him. Flomlni C......, For Sale
Covering 1 ABrookslde an confirmed Wednesday that a ant So Trail >/ll S If Foundation Piles

Bowlers 1 3 Kllngler had a 160 single. Justine Defense Department report commercial plane was due Mon. Increased technological gains, Curb Qirla. Hrs I pm.'to 11\ RLalOENIIAL I lot Ii all!'

Gulf Coast Motors 1 3 Walker reached a 188, from Bonn that the plane was day, but it would not commenton and responsive markets and, p m I days Good pay claannaat Docks-Mooring Whips nice,corner neighborhood Rock Creek Priced area al in.

Blbbees Market 1 3 Hazel Abrahamson 178 Lynn Soviet and piloted by a Soviet whether any agreement had above all, rising productivity Or.va. good Inn poraonality Tropic 1/lS tf* lAQlN Automat drydecktABBOTT 12004 for quick tale

Rolling Stones 1 3 Myers 169. Tillie Davis 158- sergeant The Defense Depart been worked out for regular through technology The boardsee' Otto AsoocatsLoesIb. 'Virgil Marcum

Fire Dept. 1 3 150 and Jo Powell 153. ment said the error resulted flIghts the "technological drought Radio Road Noble WrightDEWEY
from the fact that the plane Daily airline service between of the last half of the SOs giving
Lorenz landed In the district of Cuba and Nassau, 185 miles way to a new rain of technology
for the men was Jim Croak
PALMETTO BB Uelzen this morning came from from Miami could open a new In laboratories for research and SLIP COVERS
John's Clothing 3 1Jerry's with a big 231 game for a THe CIRCUIT COURT OF THE REALTY
Anklam, where the Russians escape route for thousands of development. Tropical I 4 Upholttar
Cleaners 3 1 603 set. Gen Dunn led the fair maintain an air base. discontented Cuban citizens who This view Is accepted In TWELFTH FLORIDA, IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT COLLIER' OF .a. Ml > HI ft

Luff Realty 3 1 sex with a 480-162. Paul Abra- are now unable to leave. general by some of the econom. COUNTY IN CHANCERYChancary 36-Wanted To BuyU Oae Corner Dewey of lit Polly Ave RoaSter NTamieml I

Food Bank 3 1 hamson used a 213 for a 559 Regular flights could also give ists at the meeting with Indlvi. ITHIL SARAH PETERSON No Slit Trail,

Corwin Shells 1 3 and Jerl Jerabek 478180. Dot Rhode Island the Cuban government a new dual reservations.Oct. Plaintiff Good ed condition uiLkuu Ifuika tlahlman w.Prop ilod' Ml I 41M

Kay-Ray Lighting 1 3 Donelson registered a 183,Vera avenue for trade to bolster Us DAVID JOHN v. PETERSON art'n Mamtenenc Co I'lS Jrd IIc.I.u, .u'.lul C ertt.r los
Kt V 117. roars.w Halt School coo
Furniture Fair 1 3 Lee 175 andMaryHarrounl5'f.Bea sagging economy. Dafandant. St I ODD Will. .lake U.KHI. Phone
Tropics Drive Inn 1 3 Mohrbacher almost had Holds Primary The exile information service TO: David John ".'.roO" 38-Autoi For Sale I 4i>M I/n tf

herself a triplicate--If It hadn't AlP said In Miami that Great 1 DeadlineFor idle Jaamino, A vvtu.
mant I 59-Acreage
SEA SHELL MIXED BB been for two stubborn pins. Election Today Britain had already agreed to Apart Loa An..'., 14 California, MUST SACRIFICE 2

She tossed names of 156-156- the flights and that the first Renewal Of You are haraby not.f,ad thai oust door 1964 Galaxie 500 55 .... '..el. n OG down aed
baa baan Mad DAVIDJOHN
Snails 8 0 agamat you
R.L AP) would be Monday. 11 00 par month No mtarett
154. PETERSON In thebovo. Exact mileage 6,252:/ Ml ilSOOO I On nil, from GoldenGate
Coqulnas 5 3 A three-way contest for the William H. sweating, secre. titled cauao"d you era haraby reQuired Open Sunday Col.I. .

Cats Eye 5 3 ROLLING BROOKS MIXED- Democratic nomination for tary to Bahamian Gov. Sir Liquor LicensesTax 'o..y. who.to aerve. ".rn.upon end"'..dd'tli.nl,1I1, op al 2.3370._ her. Cur'' Realty a/ll tf

Olives 5 3 Moon Mullins and Hazel Abra- governor highlights primary Ralph Grey confirmed plans peIf Or h..n. y oorwr sttlt d.I.".... 19 Ch.v.o'I.' door ..d.n Five acre tract clot I* Neoleton

Angel Wings 6 3 hamson were the stars for the voting today In the nation'ssmallest for the Monday flight. But he Collector A.P. Ayers any auit. ,to copy the of Bill which of, Complaint la deliveredto .sos.sd Slot. loll 52060 '/10 SfF0O read down Near 110 per ajolf month courtoIK .

I Oysters 3 5 night. Moon posted a 575- state. would not comment on whether this morning Issued a reminder '. you herewith' on or before October W. ,, : MARLOWE 4 BECK 4<1 HhA
; :
I 5964.H.r.sn .
can door S Cybsnd.r cot.0r "e to Ml I 1271,
2 6 207-209 and Hazel a 529-191. The Democrats have four top regular service was being start fail, nolo. decree .
StarFish to retail liquor dealers In the pro wNst." S. at "I 9th SI S 1/10 lun Thus IfHO
0 8 Ike Wolford produced a 559- contests All Republican candidates ed. eonfetao will:: be entered agamal' I you C at. Ilf U noon '/17 St
I Conchs county that they must secure for the relief prayed in the Sstt .
224. Patti Dozzle 471-171 and for statewide offices Because of the U.S. trade em. 01 Complaint Soon J.p E...//10"' eondtoo" TacI' IlS
Periwinkles 1 3 their and A 00 Par A.
new licenses ,
state IllS
100 Ml
/11 Stions
Cuba county The of te.d oust be, for
Lucille Lord 461. Al Tam Congress and V.S. Senate, are bargo, presently main. nature ng Thit it an encelltnl mvettment
#//9 2 2 tains air links with Spain and before October 1. divorce' PA I Or Radio. I for Farm Land
showed a 197-191 Dewey unopposed WITNESS my hand and soot 01 W W |mu.r"o'l :. Ml I till III Acre treclt W110 on Itletof
INCOMPLETE Lt. Gov Edward P. Gallogly, Mexico only. There has been Ayers said of the 123 dealers Sid Court at Napiaa' Florida, SNo, Capri way, new propotedNapiat

Wright 193. Ned Dorsey 191 who carries the Democratic speculation that Mexico might in the county only 37 have obtained Ith day of MARGARET September T 1164 scan Machinery Equip. :/M' (Hand Houlo,.
Land Priced Cnssd.esably
and Louise Wolford 164. Adjacent
ROLUNG BROOKS MIXED BB party endorsement in the con sever Its link when the new licenses to date. Clerk of Circuit Court H.iher than ourt Good
By EDITH TVCETT 5.oroab'. L... tuO AvgI., 00'_' .
Henderson Creek 4 O' test for governor, Is opposed by president takes office, even Ayers reminded dealers that Clarh 1710000 1450 down. monthly Termt Open IVnd.I'I.CARIIUAN
PINE LANES Slat Rep. Alexander R. Walsh though the Organization of If their licenses are not pick- .. : p..m.n'. 0" babaoe Yfte W... REALTY
Snapper Creek 3 1 Jack It) Fifth, Avenue South hisS' C. 55N ,""on. O. IUOI Retltort
Pumpkin Bay 3 1 TRAIL BOWLERS and John 1.. Rego a former American States' sanctions vot. ed up by October 1, It will be N.pI.. ,lo.d. 2L.2'5. St WO N. Tool Ml HIM
Hatcher led the league with a state agriculture director. ed recently do not require It. II" ,., JOHN W EMESSONAtt
Isles of Capri 3 1 Miami necessary to secure clearance onv o for Plaintiff' 45 I 5.cres Clo. I" So U S II'IU
exiles Trailers
Belavek for
Ed have
628-254-217 but Coy John H. Chafee seeking estimated Rent
from the State Beverage Department's Sept 10 17 24 Oct I. 1964 =77a ..... T.ml. ColIlI' Coons.ty .
Marco 2 2 .
Big took the singles honors away a second two-year term, heads that 500,000 Cubans are waiting ---- -- Rlllly 1.1." 1St. T.I.
regional office In 1'oosbir S IS aoo wsttt TV
Bayou Bowlers 2 2 267 and totaling the Republican ticket. to leave their homeland but NOTIcE' 0' INTENTION TO .
by blasting a game 110 a waat Spacat It a ..... .
Caxambas Cats 1 3 a 619 let. O.B. Osceola Besides the fight for the cannot because of a lack of Tort Myers before he can Is- IUOIITER Th. undorl"n.d" 'ICTITIOUS do.i h.'lbt NAME.. __ RotO C..b Tubo, P.k 62-Business Property

Imperial River 1 3 600203210. Vance gubernatorial nomination the transportation. sue new licenses. t'fy that thearo eonductvl, acob'n.t 1.0MMRcIAI.; 10'. tOo .I.154'last '"
tossed a
New River 1 3 Democrats have contests for However flights to Nassau Ayers also pointed out that cOd, furnilu, buosreou' Fbi usHt 48-Apt. For Rent .'COW"uaoe. PotSor Is.o.i5'.ti .
with .oul.'d N.pI i
a 556- Dovo
Strickland came up tOss .,
Hurt-lean Hustlers 0 4 lieutenant governor state attorney would not automatically open a dealers operating within the 'd.. uttd.r She 1..I.Ioul. n.m. of fclfciancv for rant cantraly I localad .", .Prts. 511.540.CD'"
226. Wilson Walker fired a 221 general and Congress In the new refugee funnel Visas wouldbe city limits of Incorporated communities .nl..ld' C.bn.1 I Fu.n'u" nnd WooS or month J ij: rp1I
that tiid' f,rm it competed of the .11 to1t5nss.o.
loner Monty King 211. Ev 1st District. required for Cubans to travel Assoc sates
must first! obtain their following perunt wheat rues and ,
TRAIL BOWLERS PL Baldwin 191. Vaughn Shields Gallogly has Ignored\ his from Nassau t; other countries.The .... of ...,den,,, are al lollowt Day. Waali or L.II.' Otto V"1" MarconiNo.610
Furniture Fair 5 1 city beverage licenses beforehe Marvin W 5.of.ld.. Month. (IRIt MOT 11) MIa WrsgSttDEWEY
193 Mike Pike! Gerry Kelsey primary opponents and concen visas would, of course, be can Issue state-county II- Illl Rainbow, Cove Naplet Fie' HOI or Ml t tilt POLLY
Shannon Supply 5 1 trated on Chafee. Walsh has Issued> at the discretion of the Marv. J eisf.td. VM..h.d ae.trn.l''fl"'ov.nt
Reahards 4 2 192.SCRATCH countries Involved. censes. Illl Chrntopher Court NaplatOwnarthip Naplat' ParS, 104'' 0 "10'I"
Crlcken- his attack
Paul focused on Gallogly. ". l lOt
The that
law deal-
Hatcher Construction 4 2 requires of Banf,eld' 't Cdnet, REALTY
ers have their new licenses In t. Furniture, >t .. followtMirvm I'l IN 1100
King Ins. 3 3 W. Banf eld' ION Fare. ]I b"..... airtt Effician,
3 3 F DUttnctlt*profile **.. in their possession before they Ver/m J 1.",.eld, M* c'... TV Air Con 741 4th 0... Dewey Polly Realtor
CraytonCoveLndry II '. their intention to apply to Ave South Ml | 4/4t Corner of lit Ave No 4
Daley Distributors 2 4 can open for business on the the C'era' of the Circuit. Court 'nand Tams.rnI T.I
Tamtam Tire 2 4 I Beautiful New Chevrolels for 1965 morning of October I. The licenses for Collier County Flor it ta EBB TIDE APTS.srnmF loll 34)36
reamer the ...d name of maleS'S, t -
Schmidt Realtor 1 5 expire as of midnighton Cab.net t. Furniture under tha pro $ "Rolly'.1 -"Road, o nonthly 65-Oen. Real Estate
September 30 of each year. v'i,one of Chapter }0t>]. La*. of
Pine Lanes 1 5 FIord. Act of IMl SABLE SHORES APIS.Ml a"RGAIN' AN'fONf./
1 Wtv.uo Ih... ......1. th" III doyCf
5trnb.r 5964MASVIN 34055Eabby I bath waterfront.
.Road oil Areca Ave49Houses ]
SCRATCH PL W IINFSCLD home. thermen or yechtt.
MARVIN J .IN"'llD' mane del.ght. III.100. Make offer -
Tillman 6 2 Columbus Enquirer PARKS 4 EMERSON For RentS

Pauley 6 2 Backing GoldwaterCOLVMBL'S lit"on'yl Ith Avenue at Law South lodreocti ho. fo, '. ... Ft Myart Builder It etc
Hatcher 6 2 Naple Florid plataly' furnnhad M ch.ian'A off McQragor ..v,. near Cap
Salmon 8 3 Ga. (AF) The lepi i 10 17 .!!..---2 anna noar Party Pantry 5 inJ Coral Coda end Junior Col
qus.e .1 "I Ft.b Whsternan |..a Peved tlreal Only (1200
Wimp's Texaco 4 4 r; ilumbui Enquirer endorsedSen. 'IN THE COURT OF THE .m., .0 MIdway 2 4458 each. term*.
Barry Goldwater for preal COUNTY JUDGE COLLIER tf
Standard Oil 4 4 It acres on Ft Ltuderdele HI.
COUNTY FLORIDA. Bedroom. 1 belh. fur.
dent today .m. .0000 mIle from Stele Rood
Tope 4 4 The said In an edltorUalt IN RE ESTATE OF n....... Jutt f block' to the !>! un per acre Form why.
3 5 paper HARRY RAY TAYLOR beech Aveilabl'* for yearly orleotonol waitr
Crlckenberger "We have waited patiently Defeated rental.
Jones Radio 1" NOTICE TO CREDITOR' 14 acrat eampaite. II ft. olevelien .
and often despairingly for All ",'d.'O" of t tse.Ot.5. of I Veer old t Bedroom home. H mile, from Jane'a Me.
Armbrust 1" an xitipoken conservative to MARRY RAY TAYLOR .......d. Immed. occupancy 1100 per morsel' M,."""'", IMS ...".
In are hereby not'fied end required" to month on yearly. laai*. ",.. b..".. drained, by Golden
mount the rostrum a presU lb., any claim .' .."."d. which. Qat E.,.,...
POWDER PUFF PL dentlal race One stands there they may Pt avc,10tto t ..'d etteteIn Wesley G. Downing Realtor
the off co of the County Jude. hero for healthVau .
Eckards 8 0 now Barry Gol* at,r. And "l Colder County Florida ,in tne ml< > AVI. s. .Ph.. Ml 11171 I'm not can get the beat my Collier
the Enquirer stands with Court Noose Reel I Mate investment
7 1 01'J/ Counly
Frans *55655, 0'. 1t..I'n' Gv... Noose. 5n. eOwItS ,. ml effse, TO
Lillys e 2 him. th* dele of toe lilt public*!.on of 'och' foes. ..... s.. G.,.I DAY. a/11 h. O5a

Merle Norman 6 2 The Enquirer nominee has supported in the lOse muat Notice b* m writing Each lim and or mutt demand title ::: ::, ':: lttoteSy I f0ns0t. : H. LUFFRu.
the Republican the place .rrel'd.. .Ca end pott of . teas. . R I. Soober
5 3 '
m"'lh'lI. Call :
Plaza .,. ... and 2 5443 .
last three presidential races I... eddreee of the 'm. S/2SI 421 Ph 55 Ne.Fl.
Bettys 4 4 of endorse mult Si seers to by the claimant N.pl... ..
after a long record Ste, agent or h'I ottornay .' it S bodreoso fur.t..ha.dii'... i
Vogue 4 4 ..... -., ... ..,. mints of Democratic eandudates. will become void according to .law Jin'1 Monthly f.eo ::::;.aod, se,' 66-Insurance)
Dorothys 3 5 Leadlnl be beauty JU'ade of 1965 cars Is the panels. The new Impala Contertible features an E occtrslSftOe Eatato of f'4011. fnnl,
Mils 2 5 ---- HARRY RAY TAVLO I... ......." baoy Fayt..oic"
Oxmiet Impala Sport Coupe abort with Inward folding with tempered Una rear window.
drfant ( ) lop ( D.u..o4 .Plan. Av'.. Home Owner*,
Violas 2 8 MW flowinf -. new roomlneM and a distinctive The ttfibt-tue Chevrolet atailable IB IS model. Exploratory oil wells In the JAMES .N ADAMS ( CALL TilE NEWS FORSTAMPS P"JAEOER
. Fifth .Ave. Beauty 1 7 iwodle. StTtafl roof fines and tined Nde windows In four aeries.The public announcement dale for U S. turn out to be dn' at a P"..I.0 ..Poe Floridelept 4U I RUBBER 12* Hh Av*. NorMs

Ponlta Library' O. blend with the fract/uDy contoured rear quarter all Chemlrt-buill putMitger cars If September 24. ratio of 4 to 1. 10. 17 24 Ocl I IH4 rJIO Ml f mo SflI.a

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8 COLLIER COUNT', ',I N.pls! ., Fl.. Thursday S.pt.mbr 17, ItM

-, Bishops Disagree On New UAWFordParleys


I ,,"I I.: : I Titles For Virgin MotherVATICAN

CITY (CAP) Blsh.I topic of the nature of the Chin! (11
I" > at the Vatican Ecumenical before the council. The council
(Munch( disagreed toda on the began Its third session last M CriticalDI
issue of new titles of honor for day.
tho Virgin Mary Catholic doctrine says Chi i st i
a I The (oun' II was asked to as. redeemed all mankind. Them n l' TROIT, (AP) Contract
>1> sit II a new title but there were no doctrine that Mary, b) be. nejotlations between Ford and
N ,inferences on what the title log his earthly mother, WI< th United Auto Workers union
11\luld\ be. One council father in redeemer with Him. i,: tore the (rlsis stage today
vie St. Peter's Basilica declared Reliable sources Indicate ., ; with) a strike deadline only one
\1. 1
MD 4Rn there should be no new titles day the council may be ext ,',"\ ,);1. ..;:. '. da, aa .
tor Mary at all. Another said ed past Its scheduled Novel Barg.dnere were prepared to
Marian devotion could further closing to become the final : around the clock If necessary
a Christian unity.Requests r i tt (void a walkout of 125,000
l'' r for a new title for slon.The sources stressed, ho :v. ; UAW members at Ford plants

1 the mother of Christ were er, this will depend on ho? tit , ar und the nation.In .
:1t'i raised a day after groups of the 2,500 Roman Cat).,Ili'> announcing that a strike
t'iH council fathers warned against prelates get in their discussionand ::: ''t : ;"", : ? deadline had been set for 10
exaggerated devotion to Mary. voting by the scheduled .':;; ? t a.m, (est) Friday, UAW Presl.

The question of Marian devo. Nov, 20 closing date c ,',." dent Walter Reuther told newsmen .
tlon long has been a stumbling The directors of the councilthe that the two sides were still
block to closer Roman Catholic. General Secretariat headedby .I' .spurt on the non.economic
Protestant ties an Italian archbishop, the Issues of relief time and produc.
Some of the council fathers council moderating panel 01 five tic I, standards.
speaking today said they thought cardinals and Pope Paul VI There also was disagreement
-- -- devotion to Mary could further were said to favor keeping the on the question of wage Inequl. s
Christian unity council In session If It appears ties, he said.R.lltht'r .
CAMERA CATCIIFS man weighing himself on The titles suggested were that the remaining work can be COUNT MF IV: loll GoFains Bnant as he plll'dlllSl'1I from Heber Indicated hmwever,
I scales in front of Naples lUxall on downtown "Mother of the Moth.er that the union was read to
Church finished before Christmas.The BOIL, Hi(I'ft ) |)ie Fifth Avenue, (NEWS photo) of all mankind' ," "Mary the third session was given a Mediatrix", lary protectress closing date in November be. TJO Inn otter, which paralleled the
and help of Christians." And cause an International eucharls. at Cleaivatci Sept 28 Conservation Director Randolph settlement reached at Chryslerlast
Sewer. . Makes Plea "Mary the mother of all be.lIeven. tic congress a major Roman (Hodges looks on. I1a)'don Bums will be principal speaker at the week.
Kynes ." Catholic spiritual meeting held !session, The Board. of Conservation is financing a 81 :>.000\( spui.il Potential strike trouble also
(Continued from page 1)) Speakers among the 16 prelates every four years In a different Florida seafood promotional program bv the Marketing Division of VIM brewing at Chrysler de.
The First National Bank and To Officers For who debated the Issue to. city Is to open Nov 28 In Bom. the V S Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, si'lie the intional agreement
Holland Salley asked for const day Included several Latin. bay India. io\eilng most of the UAW
deration Inasmuch as they were Law EnforcementWEST American bishops who favored The sources said only 500 assemble line workers
foresighted In providing adequate giving Mary as strong a title as shoes had signed up to go to Rights. . serves has moved in interstate More Paratroops There was Mill the possibility
off.street parking next to their PALM BEACH (AP- possible. Bombay however, and the commerce. of ,i walkout) it a few plants
establishments. It Is time for elected officials at Devotion to Mary Is especial absence of 500 bishops would not (Continued from page 1)) The Judges In the hearing where local grievances had not
Written protests were read all levels of government to ly widespread In Latin Amerl. seriously disrupt continued tlon xxx "rights of the indl. had been highly critical of the Reach Malaysia, been lesohed.Tl .
by the city manager from the speak out for law and order and ca, although many Church lead. council work by the remaining! vldual to liberty and propertyare fact that Congress and the dilution 1 strike deadline
owners of the largest tracts of against violation of laws with ers there have expressed In. 2,000 bishops.The in dire peril." Justice Department-had failedto British Claim of 10 a.m. Friday has been set
land within the new sewer dls. which one disagrees, State Atty. creasing concern about It. A council fathers were told Lynne Grooms and Cewln at. specify what "substantial por. in 101 tint, Decollations for
trlct. Rudolph Frank complain.ed Gen. James Kynes said. group of 41 prelates from Latin. this week that they must speedup tacked the a"t's basis for en. tlon" meant, and gave the courtsno LADRIS. Malaysia (AP) A some 7,000 white ollu woikeM
about a $12,808 assessment In a hard-hitting address the American countries Wednesday their work and waste no time forcement under the interstate guidelines. British nillitarj spokesman said in the, leilial and. engineer(
on a 381,799 square.foot tra 't Florida official warned that called excessive Marian devo. disposing of the 13 schemata, or commerce clause, and noted that McClung Sr. testified that he today there is good evidencethat lug) jobs.
In the 26th Avenue North area. civil disobedience would lead tlon a "scandal." topics still before them Congress passed the measure had refused service to Negroes Indonesian guerrillas made Last week dingier settle.,
Hewitt McClll of the Chlrma the nation down the road to A prelate from France, Blsh. The key topics, setting the without attaching "legislative before and after passage of the two landings in this southwest meat \\'hll'lllsl' 'ected to set
Corp. asked for relief from a op Jullen le Couedlc of Troyes tone of the entire council deal findings" which they said are rights, measure. He said that I his Malaysian region early this the iittuii| 10tht' entire into
U.110.0'7 assessment his com. ruin.Speaking to an administrativegroup argued against any new title at with the sharing of some papal traditional In measure of this business would suffer heavy month, He expressed belief 48 imluhtiv tiiiliuled in. eulyletlienient
merclal property. "Septic tanks Kynes said that count. all. ops, a concept that is called nature including other acts monetary loss If he was forcedto paratroopers were Involved In in 'entlve |program,
have caused me no trouble" he less church and political lead. Council press spokesmen i colleglality. taken under Interstate com. serve Negroes each drop. longer nations, added. holl.l<
staled "How can the City Ie.aue ers apparently support the idea briefing newsmen on the closed merce. The McClung suit original! The first landing on Sept. 2 dale and i.ssnniilion In tlie
permits for septic tanks, that an Individual has I right session quoted him as saying "The simple truth of the mat. named former U.s. Atty. Gen resulted In a Malaysian protestto outturn sal ,III medical 1 ..uulhos
then turn right around and call to disobey a law he feels unjust. that giving Mary the title of ter is that Congress has sought Robert Kennedy as a defendant, the U.N. Security Council. |'itall/itiiiii Insiiiime.. liar.
them health menaces?" ''If either the Individual con. mediatrix or redemptrlx with Murder Charge to put an end to racial dlscrlmi- but Katzenbach was substitutedwhen The complaint to the council men!t.Both.
Christ should be avoided "be. nation in all restaurants wher. Heather acid I mil silt)
Dr. Daniel B. Langley In a science or the collective con. Kennedy resigned. said about 40 paratroopers were
protest signed by lawyer WU. science o f various religious cause It will only cause contro. Filed Against ever situated regardless of The Atlanta panel on Sept. 4 Involved, but later estimates thebtlleveil\ there win; still
llam D. Hlxon, complained that group and sects Is to be made versy." Illinois 15 whether there is any demon. made Its Injunction permanent made here put the figure at time to reach ,i settlement
his $4,586.06 assessment was final judge of the laws to be Bishop Sergio Arceo Mendezof Boy, strable causal connection be. against Maddox operating on a around 50. belue the stllkti) ileiilliiie lit
Improperly computed. It should obeyed or disobeyed nothing Cuernavaca, Mexico speak. MOUNT CARROLL HI. (AP) tween the activity of the par. segregated b a. II. Maddox' The British spokesman ex. dij moii INK.:
be closer to $1,213.20, he con. but anarchy and the dissolutionof Ing for 40 Latin.American pre. Richard Gaar IS. of Mil. tlcular restaurant against which Plckrlck Restaurant closed Aug. pressed belief the second drop
tended. government could possibly lanes, Including Raul Cardinal ledgevllle has been charged enforcement of the act Is sought 13 after a temporary order was was made about two days after
Hlxon Silva Henrtques of Chile, ad. with murder and arson after and Interstate commerce." Issued.
present at the hearing follow he ald.Demaroru" the first one. He said parachutes
aid he "would appreciate hear. who use the vised against the title "Motherof admitting that he started a fire The McClungs had argued that That panel-5th U.S. Circuit sighted In a jungle area 20 miles Fight Cancer
Ing your reasons (for Including cloaks of religion and popular the Church." In which his parents died. they were located far from In. Court of Appeals Chief Judge north of the first landing site
the south half of Dr. Langley's will "and who manipulate the "The fact that we don't use Robert Puckett deputy state terstate highways, catered only Elbert Tuttle and Dlst. Judges pointed to the fact there were Postage StampsTo
property In District No 3))here, masses for their private gain the title II no sign of condem. fire marshal!, said Gaar told to local customers and bought Lewis R. Morgan and Frank A. two drops Be Issued
rather than someplace else." are leading us down the open nation," he was quoted as say. questioners he emptied a two. their goods locally although Hooper all of Atlanta-ruled on
The attorney said there Is no road to anarchy, and then totalitarianism. Ing. He said Catholicism has always gallon can of gasoline outsidethe they said the goods originated July 22 that the public accom. WASHINGTON (\P) Pos
possible way for the District 3 ." regarded the Church Itself bedroom of his sleeping from out of state and moved In modatlons section was constltu The Justice Department was tage stunt aimed at liilplnf:
the mother of its members.He Interstate sued by the Heart of Atlanta the tight agalimt( ;liner mil
sewer lines as installed to serve Kynes said those who preach as parents a week ago and lit a commerce. tlonal under the powers of Con.
the south half of the Langley pro. civil disobedience have pointedto went on to tell the 2,500 match. Title H of the Civil Rights Act gress to regulate commerce. Motel within hours after the law |KlntliiB up the eel i fur tliysl.tl .
perty without committing a tret. the Boston tea party which council: fathers that the council: "He told us he knew he had states that no restaurant may They said the act covered all signed July 2. Attorneys for fitness will lie Issued next
pass on the north half Zoning helped this country break away should avoid "any appearanceof done something wrong as soon refuse service to any person be. hotels and motels, but did not Maddox and the hotel contend' year, PoMmister Cencnl John
splits the property Into north and from England, as a comparable division before the world on as he lit the gasoline, but some cause of his race, color, religion define the limits of application ed Congress had extteileil Its A. Cronouskl .iiiiioiini'etl tixliv\ ,
south halves although Wood said situation But the colonists were the question of Mary." thing kept urging him on," or national origin either if it to restaurants. powers to regulate commerce Others will (nmmemunte the
the tract Is described as one protesting against a totalitarian This was the second day of de. Puckett laid.EerJone serves or otters to serve Inter. The Jurists said decisions among the states. 1 Iri0tli unnlveimiv ol the kittleor
piece of land. he added. bate on Mary's place In the state travelers or a substantial "must be made on the clrcum. The Me'Clung ruling! was uiun New Orleans nod, htiiuiillolurt '
Wood suggested! that the City U the present-day law vlolat Church a chapter In the larger Reeds The NEWS portion of the food which It stances of each case." imous. ulton,,

has an obligation to extend Its ors consider they too are fight.
Cordon Drive sewer line south. Ing totalitarianism, "They have '
ward 1GO( feet to serve the south turned their backs on constltu. '
half Hlxon responded that he tlonal government and the Vnlt. YOU'REIN
"never heard of" collecting spe. ed States of America" Kynes RENTACAR, i A .:
clal assessments prior to Install. laid. GOOD 114",4
Ing; an Improvement. He asked N UN puP TAMIAMISUPPLY
that the south half of the Lang. In Perfect ConditionFor Dodge 1 : BEAR @

ley property be excluded from DEATHS Safe Driving . TIRE
District 3, pMld..y, 7l'Sb
Roy Ingram, owner of a2J,500. NARRAGANSETT, R.I. (AP) FROM 650 Ninth Sir t,., N
square foot commercial tract -The Rev. Ralph A, McCaffrey, GRABERKIIIF5ERVICEMER We're furnishing the Driver. .
director of the Rosary Press In //tiANIINO COM./Tl tins, :.
the at 10th( Avenue South
near Bay Training Car . A 1965
Dodge ,
Somerset Ohio, died Wednesday AT I CORNCMAtMlll M/W A"OI. D INI/
Informal from
got an opinion .
In He 62. e Coronet the Collier County .1 AN ? A'' 'VNMNOALANOINO
Council that he would be within Narragansett. was 4 . to . .
'''uCII P. '" ''C.
to lateral at Ordained In 1129, he became Schools.
rights lay I sewer
pastor of Holy Trinity ChurchIn DIAL ALLSTATE
hit expense across hit propertyto
serve Its eastern half. Somerset and director of the t" II BILL HUMPHREY 440 gTH ST""T, NO
The ZSOJoot depth factor was Rosary Press, the printing establishment : wnotasIw M12.32S21 INSURANCE KIRR S.nor, CRAIG Accl : DRIVER EDUCATION: A Sound VI HUMPHREY ON TAM'A'' T,,.ILHMON '
used In computing Ingram'i $2.* of the Order of sines, xx at SEARS, NAPLES As.nl Investment in America's Future. / MIDWAY a.432B NAPLES, FLORIDA !
Preachers In 1940. tv
022 assessment on this property,
Wood noted."He will owe us some
money U he subdivides It In the SURE TO BE AMERICA'S WE LOVE
future, canceling the depth fac. claim an Inequity based on assessments oors 004 our KIDS
tor," Wood said. of similar property, FAVORITE AGAINI!
Spoil from the 1962( , Bay channel dredging project was pay assessment charges. All 4 PLEASE let them LIVE w
piled high on the Ingram proper. protests were reviewed by the szI :('''' ""
ty. He p.-omlsed that his land administration he said
"will be the high spot In Naplesfor Leslie Turner Mayor Archie MAKE SURE YOUR e
some time" Turner's younger brother filed T
Wood noted that most of the two written objections and madea SEE THE STUNNING 1965'i
protests did not object to loca. vigorous oral objettlon to the SAFETY CAR IS AS
tlon of sewer laterals, did not assessments at the hearing NEXT THURS., SEPT 24 at




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11 I i SCREAM SCREEN-Of all the many policemen who have 97c
guarded the Beatles from the feminine fans who besiege LOW IN TOWN
them. it took Paul Nydu of Pittsburgh Pa to find a way Ave. & 9th St at PRICES Midway 2-5722
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