Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: September 24, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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New 1965 Automobiles Are On Display See Them


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Partly cloudy tonight and Fri. N' '\ \ Sept. 14 1:09 a.m.;: 1M pm.:; 728 am.;: 7-M p.m.

day A *ho"er likely Friday afln. b t other Sept M Ii36: 2:41 8:09: Iot

noon Low tonight 70 to 71. High Sept. 26 STAB) 3:38 8:56: 8:41

Friday 85 to 90. Variable neatly Sept 27 *::46 43: .:5S 9:24

Hat winds 9 to IS miles pr hour. 7 Add one hour for Marco

Add ont hour Naples Bay bridge

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LBJ Creates Emergency Board

-I IM w Delay RR Strike

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'" ..., ....... ,.. For Sixty DaysWASHINGTON I

.. AOOfIIII (AP) The slvely mediated and that a prof. In a statement "'It Is unfortu.
throat of a nationwide rail fer of arbitration was declined nate for the public that railroad

., strike b>' firemen and engine! by the labor organization. negotiators only understand

,. ,,' ,. men use postponed for 60 days H.!. Gilbert, union president strike language and never ne.
toda as President Johnson ere. said Wednesday that more than gotlate until there Is a crisis"

h__ ,lie ated an emergency board to 99 per rent of the membershiphad The threatened strike, third
,_ look Into the labor dispute. voted to strike If the union's major one since April in this

The Brotherhood of Locomo. wage demands are not mt>t. Industry, could result In a '1r.
tlve Firemen and Englnemen Current wage demands were tual nationwide rail tleup.

had threatened a strike against served on the carrier Dec 2, If this threat I I. to end, how.
man of the nation's major rail 1963. ever, It appears the next move

.. lines Friday morning supportof "We have had our Ml t>( rue Is up to President Johnson He
-- demands that Include a
wage tile negotiations and manage can., appoint an emergency
proposed 25 per cent across ment favoritism," Gilbert said board under the Railway Labor

tho-board Increase. Art to report on the dispute.
Johnson's action In creating This would delay any strike ac.
an emergency board automatic. tin at least 60 days
ally defers the strike threat for Employes represented by the
60 days while the board, to be UAW Demands union got their last wage In.

appointed later studies the sit. crease of 58 cents a day March

P.PAr uatlon. I I. 1961. A union spokesman said
The President's action was the average dally rate for firemen .
recommended by the National Guarantee Of Is $21.60 and $25 for engl.
(Railway) Mediation Board nears.
which said that the threatened A strike threat against the

AT THE START OF A HAPPY DAY True strike "would interrupt Inter railroads by 150,000 shop work.

followers of Izaak Walton will undoubtedly vote state commerce to a degree 40 Hour WeekDETROIT ers over job security was set.
Senate To Vote such as to deprive much of the tied tentatively Tuesday. Six
this one of the prettiest pictures ever publishedin
country of essential transport
United shop craft unions
u ( were Involved
The NEWS. The above released by the "
dA scene tlonal service In that
Auto Workers Union assertingthat dispute.
Florida Development Commission, shows two avid On Watered DownCompromise The board told Johnson the only non-economic Issues Last April the White House

anglers arriving at their favorite fishing ground wage dispute had been "Inten. now divide It and General Mo. settled a nationwide rail dls.pute .

just as the sun starts peeping over the horizon. Bill )' tots Corp from a new contract, by five train-operating un.

Who could ask for anything more ? proposed binding arbitration today Ion.

The or WASHINGTON (AP) The of their differences.
UAW President Walter P.
Senate votes today on a new Deadline For
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. compromise legislative reappor Reuther said If the company

(AP) The Soviet Union has California Fire DrivesHundreds tlonment proposal with hopes accepted arbitration the union Judge Holds Up
rejected a V.t! > oposal for the for early adornment of Con. RegistrationFalls would withdraw its threat of a

creation of a landing U.N. grass riding o* the outcome. nationwide strike against CM at

finance committee to apportionMessoieat Senate Democratic Leader Oct. 3 .10 a.m. (EST) Friday. Ruling!! .KnockingOut I;
There immediate 're.aponse .
among .member Mike Mansfield, offered the ,, wU of<*
nation for peacekeeping opera From Homes from the company But
mild, nonblndlng 'sense of the
Countlans have but a
tlons. Collier CM has rejected similar union Rights Law
proposal t than week to reg.
Soviet delegate Viktor F. little more a proposals In the past
General As. SANTA BARBARA passed on without doing much The compromise would say It lacer In which to qualify to cast Reuther proposed three-man
Ulanchev told the Calif. Is the "sense of the Congress"that November 3 WASHINGTON (AP) Jus.
ballots In the gen.
sembly's illation working (AP)-Frightened people scur. damage. arbitration with the company
federal district courts, In Hugo 1.. Black of the Su.
Two dormitories burned how. oral election, Mrs. Santa one the union one and
Croup on peacekeepinll1naneal tied from their homes early today out Court naming preme Court has stayed en.forcement .
Wednesday that the proposal as fingers of flame from a ever, at nearby Westmont Col.lege. orders carrying should Supreme supervisor of registration warn. these two selecting a third. of a ruling by a

wu a device to circumvent the raging brushflre moved Into the The fire also swept Into 1. the ed today. Reuther proposed the obi three-Judge federal court that
Allow the legislatures will
book re.
Security Council's power outskirts of this besieged town. Monteclto where 20 more Registration trators rule on these unresolved declared unconstitutional
of time for a partOf
length Oct.
until 5 on
The plan called for the com. Pushed by 40.mlla.an.hourwinds homes were reported burned. main open p.m. I..uelll the new civil rights law.
regular session, plus 30 days, said.
Flames hundreds of ober 3, Mrs. Santa Grievance union
leaped procedures,
mlttee to originate all financial one front on the fire line sis months In The ruling Involved a Blr
but not exceeding
arrangements for peacekeeping extended below the foothill road feet, reflecting off a towering Both Democratic and RepubooUcan representation, production quo Biligtiam Ala., restaurant
loom of smoke. the an, to apportion representation voters will be eligible to las and
operations. The committee'srecommendations boundary and was moving Into People saw physical working con. The high court plan to hear
in accordance with the Supreme
would require the city. fire In Los Angeles, 88 mile cast vote for rang. dltlons.
argument on the case Oct. 8
two-thirds Observers said firemen southeast and from ships 30 Court ruling. Ing from local sheriff to the of. Reuther said the proposal was ,
approval by a major.Sty were immediately after hearing
2. Permit the next election of of President of the United "our an
mile at flee made because of deep con.
vote of the assembly. making a stand at each house sea. .
members of state legislatures to Atlanta, G* case In which
threatened but that the winds In Santa Barbara Itself a States. vlction that we are obligated to
of be conducted In accordance There Is no Republican candidate do everything consistent with three federal judges upheld the
WREXHAM Wales AP keep pushing the fire onward. community 60,000 nestled
( ) of
constitutionality the right
law In effect last
t with the state local ballot. Mur. .
An attempt to restore the Cement delivery trucks have between the sea and the Santa on the reason honor and our responsibilities law's public accommodationssection.
severed arm of an l80year.o1d been pressed Into service as Yne Mountains It seemed Sunday. pity Combs who Is challenging to the General Motors .
has failed. water carriers.U.S. like the hills were a mass of 3. Make the reapportionment Incumbent Richard M. Stanleyfor workers to avoid a strike and
"It Is established rule of
flame. The smee-cloud glow lit themselves If the states all to county He will Doctors sewed Irene Lloyd'sleft Forest Service officials
law that courts of equity will not
do so within the time granted filed
would flow froma
In turmoil with candidate Murphy that
a city milling economy
also second
arm back Into place six reported that a fire exercise their power to enjoin
hours after a machine In a tex. broke out early today In the evacuees and rushing fire as a Republican but was ruled GM strike" that would Idle enforcement of an Act of Con.
.. off the ballot because of a tech. JM.OOOln 129 plants an 71 cities.
tile plant tore It from the nearby San Marcos Pus area. pn. en-I Inu1EIWASHINGTON grass except under the most
shoulder socket Tuesday. Equipment was being rushed to The fire wa the worst of nicalit). The union disclosed, shortly Imperative or exigent rcum.
The girl's condition deteriorated the scene great blazes burning In Calif Spencer B. Allendorf who was before proposing arbitration Black said In
Wednesday. The arm was By dawn, the blaze had (Continued on page 2)) (AP) The also ruled out of the fall elec. that It did not plan to close the stances stay. granting
Senate approved today a mild, Lion as a candidate for countytax down GM 100 per cent If It
removed and the girl was re more than It,100 acres lie said he had been author.
compromise solution to Its prolonged collector on the Republicanticket strikes Friday. The reason The
of valuable and
ported Improving. watershed no lied by the five other Judgeshere
control was In sight Gladys Nears controversy over state stated before leaving on UAW doesn't want to cripple
to the court Is willing
legislative reapportionment. his In June that he It has say
vacation and where
Ford Chrysler
MADRID AP) Midi-id' Official said as many as &,*
( Nova Scotia to hear the case when it opens
It adopted 44 to 38 nonblnd. wrlteJn
a .
would also carry on a just won new three-year pacts.UAW
newspapers switched attention 000 persons have been forced to Its fall session Oct. B,
of HALIFAX NA (AP)-Hurrl. tag "sense of Congress" pro. campaign for the post. Whether workers In CM parts
today from charges of U.S. evacuate some them having On Aug. 10, Black refused to
pose! offered by Democratic that Is still his plan Is not told to work
reduced to a plant were keep
responsibility for the pirate to leave their homes twice as cane Gladys, now block enforcement of the civil
Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon.
attack the flames died down then tropical fctorm lost some of Its known a* he Is not expected back
on a Spanish freighter off (Continued on page 2) right law In the Atlanta case.
tana substitute for
a a ,
a here until next week
it moved closer
Cuba to Spain's demand before rose again. punch as
the United Nations for the re. Witnesses said that at least Nova Scotia today. stronger one he previously
turn of Gibraltar by Britain. 37 homes or other buildings The weather office said the sponsored with Republican
Timed with the hearing now have been destroyed though storm was expected to continueto Leader Everett M. Dirk son I. . . Sisters Enter Queen Contest . . I

oo before the U.N. Commissionon the Forest Service could not con. weaken Highest winds were
Decolonization the Catholic firm more than 24. expected to be about 45 milesan

dally YA devoted Its front page Some residents fled with only hour In gusts Heavy rain Warren Probe
to photos o.1 Gibraltar and Its their clothes and a horse trailer was forecast. t
leading story to an account of holding the family horse-as Major storm warnings were
Spain's claims. the blaze plunged down moun ended for many sec tlons of the Report GivenTo 'A+y
YA called Gibraltar "an au. tain canyons toward town. area but the storm appeared
thentic colonial ,hinterland." Contrary to earlier report, headed for the Annapolis Valleyof
The newspapers made no the Mt. Calvary Monastery, an Nova Scotia, a rich fruit belt. PresidentWASHINGTON
mention of anti-American. dem. Episcopal retreat was not de An estimated OS per cent of the
AP Chief
onstratlons Wednesday night stroyed. Witnesses said the fire valley's 2.5 million bushels of ( ) -
Justice Earl Warren
before the U.s. Embassy surrounded the structure but apples still are on the tr.'AUMr .... presentedto
President Johnson today the t

report of his special commls. wy ,gNINA
sin on tile assassination of

President John F. Kennedy.The .
commission members
lied Into the Cabinet Room at I
the White House and Warren II

__ handed Johnson the four.lnch. .r 64 I

thick volume II
r a The instructions they received ii
from Johnson 10 months ago, .
when he ordered the Inquiry, J .. i 40
were to "study and report upon _
all acts and circumstances"
j relating to the slaying In Dallas

s s ; y last Nov. 22 and on "the subse. Carol and Linda ltensonats- gored! by Mr Sod's Landscap* girls must be 15 years of age
quent violent death of the man older.be unmarried and have
ten, are but two of a bevy Ing. or
charged with the assasuliutlon"
Lee Harvey Oewald. of 23 beauties who are competing Carol, also active In outdoor a sponsor. The popularity

In discharging this duty, the for honors In the Swamp sports, \II equally fond of bowl sweepstakes 1s sponsored by

seven have Interrogated Buggy Queen contest bug Her home hobby LI sew the Jayceewives and wUl run

hundreds ol witnesses. In secret Both girls are students at .Ing. Eight October 23.
hearings, studied thousands of Naples Senior High School and finalists will be chosenIn
t'r Another new entrant U Nina
Investigation: report., tracedOcwaid' are the daughters of Mr, and late October in the auditorium
Reeder, daughter of Mr and
of the Naples High School
a movements abroad, Mr. Wesley G. Henson of 1299
"..nacted the killing and com. Frank White man Boulevard. Mrs H.B. Reeder of 794 Ninth and the queen will be crowned

piled some 20 volumes of test!. Carol 18, Is a Junior and Street, South. Nina U a mem at a Coronation Ball at the
ia mony, depositions and exhibits. Broolulde ber of the Junior class .t Na* Beach Club Hotel, Saturday

The end product Is the ''Sum.m Is sponsored by pies High and sponsored by night, October 31.
Bowl. Seventeen year
ry Report," a book of more Sawyer's Carpeting and Tile contestants are
\ DFILNDEHS-: pair of fire Abie.1: leo with shovel and a back.packwater than 700 pages, which will be old Linda, Is i senior and li Hobbles are boating and water Would-be call Mrs.Thelma Hodges -
tank, struggle against an advancing arm of flame which threaten to break across Issued Sunday. No schedule of an active water sports enthuse skiln. liked to
a fire line near Calwtoga, ahf. At least ISO h<:mci and other structure have been release has been announced for last. She *U"> enjoy dancing: contest chairman at
burned in the widespread fire the supporting volumes. and singing Inda U 'porI4. Contest rules require that i4641.I .


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2 COlliER COUNTi NI'J" '. 1",1.. ., So.o b., 14 4 /_ I !

----, Religious Freedom Issue I H JIrI\\ '
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, ,, I I I \t ti tr .

, Hotlv Debated In Council I, '*" '...

1; By RENNET M. BOLTON worked In the Vatican Com tor ; \ \
ti VATICAN CITY (AP) VatU nearly 30 years sounded the .. j
can Ecumenical Council fathers keynote In the attack, terming ...t
r from five nations assailed todaya a decUratlon In favor of universal JI''"
proposed declaration on rell.Klous religious freedom "not nee. -> 1-
liberty essary for the peace and unityof ,..;" I fo..",, .
But two American prelates peoples today." H ,
JJlned by an Austrian cardinal Council press spokesmen reported ..
'I and a German bishop, defended on the closed door debate .
[F the declaration as a vital issued to newsmen Cardinal ,
r and urgently appealed to the Browne was quoted as saying
| council to approve It. "Social right based on a con.
P The dominant objections science: In error cannot be made IInth School this
voiced In the attacks were equal with those based on a "KANGAROO COLTvT" was held at the Senior
t with violations of
against any phrasing In the dec. conscience In truth." morning. a group of "low Sophomoies' charged "
I 'c Uration saying that a man con. Cardinal Browne Is a mem. the "diea code" 1.bv a yioup of'dignified Seniois. The dress code
i I I sidered in error has the came bar of the doctrine-defending not to be confused with the school dress code was one implemented by
P right of conscience M a man Holy Office, whose secretary, the imaginative seniors and required of the Sophomoies It's doubtful
possessing what Is believed the Alfredo Cardinal Ottavianl would! have pl'o\'d of the court
that Richard
County Judge StanM
truth. This reflected blasted the
a tradu Wednesday proposed the jury verdicts.
tlonal conservative view In Roman declaration as a danger to the atmosphere and would have I.boon surprised nt NEWS
( photo)
Catholicism that only Catholic faith.Another .
Catholics have the truth and all prelate from the Holy __H_
I others are in error. Office Archbishop Plet-o Par.
Eighteen prelates spoke In St. ente, followed Cardinal Browne UAW.
Peter' Basilica on this second today and told the 2,500 council Steak Overtime For .
day of debate on what U.s. fathers the declaration should Pay (Continued from page 1))
., bishops have called the most not be approved In Its present ,
s vital public Issue before the form. lug even though the union or.
I council. Fourteen of the speak. "It prefers the rights of man ShaftLAS ders a national strike against
Men Rescued From
,4' GM.
ers denounced the declaration. and his conscience to the rightsof
Strongest objections were God," he was quoted u say. CM not only makes parts for
voiced by conservative prelates Ing. "It needs to be amended to VEGAS, Nev. (AP) the clock to remove the cable Itself but supplies Ford, Chrys.
) from Italy Spain Ireland Bra. safeguard traditional principles. Instead of cold broth there was and free the men. ler and American Motors Corp
1 all and India. ." steak. Instead of misery there Cooper, from Tucson Ariz., with some of their require.
Michael Cardinal Browne Bishop Ernest Primeau of was overtime. told this story "We barely ments.
I Irish-born Dominican who has Manchester N.H., and the most George Cooper, 44, an electrician stepped back from lowering the Reuther disclosed Wednesda
Rev. Father Joseph Buckley of and weather-worn veteranof cable when we heard a swoosh. night that the union Is asking
I I Wheeling W.Va., superior-gen. many construction projects, Ing sound coming on like a GM to guarantee 40 hour. pay
China Seeking eral of the Marist fathers took is a man with a happy story to train. It got louder and louder, for anyone called on to report
the floor to defend the declaration tell about an 86-hour stay 1,800 then It was quiet." for. a work week.
Chemical Plants and urge Us approval. feet below the Nevada desert Communication were rigged He pointed out that the UAW
Bishop Primeau told the council that started Saturday and ended through a Clinch ventilation had won a guarantee of '75 per
: "Religious liberty should be Tuesday with the liberation of shaft. cent of the normal stralghl41ro
a 4 From British regarded as a true and strict four workmen.One "I was on the phone first and wage for anyone called In for a
right, including Immunity from man was killed on the asked them if anybody was workweek at Chrysler Corp or
tea t ..v LONDON (AP) Red China any and all coercion." surface when cable whip-lashed killed at the top. You know how Ford Motor Co., where the un.
trl 1* reported buying or negotlat. Father Buckley was quoted up the shaft. thoughts run through your Ion has won new three.year
Ing for $200 million worth of as saying the declaration was Cooper, Leland Roeder, 45, mind. contracts.At .
chemical plants from Britain needed "to complete the workof Floyd Shaw, 51, and Art Luh. "We never found out that Jim Chrysler, the UAW gained
mEA Telephoto) Western Europe mid Japan. the council If it is not approved now, 27, the group cut off, were Gray was dead till we got out. earlier retirement and Improve.
Informants said then the council simply sealed Into a 30foot-square "I was real Jim was ments In
the Chinese sorry. pensions and other
HERE COME THE "WAR BABIES"Typical of the traffic jam in college is
campuses already have ordered seven collapses" room off the bottom of a nuclear ::from Arizona too" fringe benefits. The union estl
the situation at Kent State University, Kent Ohio. There 3,409 freshmen registered
are ,
the test shaft at the Nevada test Soon flow of woolen
plants from West European "Let us not disappoint a heavy mated the package worth 54
part of them shown here registration Entering!: class Is 21 cent larger than
per countries and two from Japan, world," he said.A site, near Mercury, Nev. 1 blankets came down with play. cents an hour over the next
class And it screened enrollment. Of the first rtudents 42
any previous is a year per of the council Their jailer was 1,000 feet of cards
and about a dozen are under member com. :;Ing magazines, a razor three years.At .
cent ranked In fourth of their school classes and four out of five in
the upper high were negotiation with British firms. mission that drafted the pro. tangled steel cable Jammed Into I hot coffee and ham sandwiches. Ford It added on top of
the upper half, British businessmen are say. posed declaration on religious the final 300 feet of the shaft. Emergency lanterns Illuminated these a Christmas bonus, possl.
Ing privately that the $200 mil. freedom said there was little Rescue workers worked round II I i a square room, blasted ble in 1965 and ranging from $25
lion Involved seems to be within doubt that It would be approved' )II from rock, with a ICUoot cell. to $100.
Khanh the town to head off a possible DeGaulle Ends China's capacity to pay becauseof eventually. I Ing."We The Bureau of Labor Stalls.
Making onslaught by the heavily armed an exceptionally! harvest "We are hoping to win not were busy all night talk. tics figures that the average
tribesmen as the caretaker pre. this year. votes but convictions," he said. LBJ Tainted i I Ing to the guys on top saying hourly stralght-tlme pay for the
Personal EffortTo mler arrived from Saigon. 2-Day Visit The British government has The declaration says that we were okay. We got our first auto Industry as a whole Is
been cool, however to overtures every human has the right to i meal at about nine Sunday 301.
The tribesmen revolted from Peking to underwrite long free exercise of religion accordIng morning
Quell RevoltBy against his government last To ColombiaBOGOTA term credits to help build Chi. to the dictates of his own With Estes ; "Nine large steaks for four
weekend and slaughtered low. na's chemical Industry. conscience. It adds that man men, we enjoyed that. They California. .
MALCOLM w. BROWNE land Vietnamese officers and Colombia (AP) An authoritative source said should be Immune from any i were medium done, just like we
BAN ME THUOT, Viet Nam soldiers at their camps. The French President Charles de 1 the British government, which outside force in his personal like It. There was gravy (Continued from page 11)
(AP) MaJ. Gen. Nguyen, death count still Is not known, Gaulle ended his two.day visitto ; Insures exporters against loss, relations with God. Says Barry i mashed potatoes, hot rolls and nla. Four others In the northern
Khanh flew to this mountain but may be as high Is 50. About Colombia today and flew to', does not see the Chinese as a coffee" part of the state have burned 73,.
town today in a personal at., 50 other Vietnamese Including Ecuador, third stop on his 10. good long-term credit risk. All told, each man earned 000 acr.s and 223 buildings,
tempt to quell a still simmering a provincial district chief, were nation goodwill tour of South 1 A positive response would also WICHITA, Kan. CAP) He.,about $900 In overtime pay for Including farm structures.
rebellion by American trained seized as hostages. America.De draw a sharp protest from the Cow Path Forces publican presidential nominee)Ills below ground stay. A howling Santa Ana wind -

mountain tribesmen. The rebe: s, ot gibe called Gaulle apparently wat>I United States. Change In FreewaySEATTLE Barry Goldwater charged today Cooper planned to be back to the wind which blows to wa
About 4,000 government Rhate, temporarily seized the able to cldevtep any commit, The Board of Trade earlier the taint of the Blllle Sol Estes,work today. He said he had to from California's desert interior
troop and 12 artillery pieces town radio !Aatfon: then with. ments of French aid for an In. this year allowed up to $280 Wash. (AP) scandal still marks President)turn: In because he had to get up set' the Santa Barbara blaze
were set up at the perimeter ofw. drew. terorean canal across the Co. million of long-term credit to The state of Washington has Johnson's administration. ,at 4 a.m.Ticket. racing for the city with drama.
lombla Isthmus. the Soviet Union for purchase of been cowed into submission. Campaigning across the Farm tic suddenness at dusk Wednes
Wearing camouflaged unl. The French chief of state ig., chemical plants. An equivalentsum A year ago state earth-moving Belt, Goldwater declared the day.At
Title Company forms and equipped with ad. nored feelers for the project during .. Is to be allowed smaller machines, building a freeway, Estes' affair casts "grave re Catches 7 p.m., U,S. Forest Service
vanced weapons issued to them his 40.hour visit here, the>I Communist countries of Eastern dumped dirt on a cow path traversed flections right across the White men thought the fire was moving .
of Naples for fighting Communist Viet second stop on his 10.na., Europe for the same purpose. by animals owned by House Itself. Into the Santa Ynez Valley
Cong guerrilla, the tribesmen tlon goodwill tour of South i I The American and other Al.xt John Nielsen of nearby Renton. The Arizona senator called Con Who Escaped over the mountain ridge Inlandof
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS maintained barricades around America Ecuador Is his ne t: lied governments criticized Nielsen hired Seattle attorney the case "more than Just a the city. It was the second
TITLE INSURANCE four of their camps In the Ban stop.President these decisions.The Joseph R. Matsen to unearth a scandal a sordid picture of 31 Years AgoMIAMI time the fire had moved away
1,34 Perk St.MI favoritism and fraud.
Gulllermo Leon Va. British and from Santa Barbara. Winds
1.5555eai Me Thuot area and kept control government defense. He did, explaining
over a key highway and bridge. lencla broached the canal sub. British businessmen have the Wednesday that the state never "It Is a study In the opera. (AP) Samuel Steve> were mild, the temperature 74i .
... o. Ject Tuesday night at a dinnerIn Impression that the ChineseI had the rlght.of.way to the pathIt tlons and attitudes of some of Jackson, who escaped from an i Then the Santa Ana the
H."... The only factor preventing a honor of de Gaulle. lie I I Communists are following the thought It did. the top officials of !government Orange County road gang 31 "devil wind" of Western lore -
Pert.., '1.. blood bath was a handful of U.s.' the possibility of France taking I: lead of the Russians In putting A settlement has been "many of whom are still with year ago Is back In Jail, hit. In eight minutes the mer.
Pr... Army Special Forces troops act. the lead in forming an Interna. Increasing emphasis on produc. reached. Matsen said. The free. us, he said.Goldwater. tripped up by a minor traffic cury was at 90 degrees, the
tlonal construction I fertilizers and turned to the Estes violation. wind 50 m.p.h.Bryant .
Ing as intermediaries betweenthe nartificial plastics, way will take another approach,
two sides with U.S. help. fibers. bringing back bovine bliss. case In a speech prepared for He had lived In Miami for 11

__m__ __ delivery Mason City, Iowa. years, and no one- not even his Turns Over
ne opened his campaign day in daughter-knew that he was an|
Introducing Comet 1965: Wichita and was due later at escaped convict.In $98,000 To Demos
: Madison, Wls., for a statehouse 1932, Jackson walked away,
rally before moving on to Bolo from a road gang at MImI I Campaign Chests

ton.Taking where he was serving five yearon
aim on the Democrats' a conviction of breaking and[I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov.
handling of farm problems, entering the home of EdwardBushman I Farris Bryant said today he
Goldwater declared "When of Daytona Beach. turned over to the Democratic
partisan political favoritism, or He was picked up Tuesday be.. State Executive Committee $98,.
payoffs and bribery become cause of a minor traffic accl. 000 collected at the presidential
Involved In any government dent and charged with violating,: fund raising dinner In Miami
program the seeds of destruction the state's financial responsibility [ Beach earlier this year for cam
have been planted. palgn purposes.
law by having no Insuranceand I
d "Incompetent or corrupt ad. for failing to appear in I Bryant said the fund commit.
3 ministration of a bad program court. tee, of which he was chairman,
-" make it he said suggested the be dlstrlb
> can worse He was fingerprinted and re.' money
/f "It is up to the President to leased on $25 bond. uted like this
wrongdoing in govern $25,000 to the Democratic can.
expose "I knew the fingerprints wouldgo I
ment" the senator added. "But to Washington" Jackson said dilate for governor Mayor Hay
atlrre i the interim president whose But he said he didn't consider I: don Burns of Jacksonville.
office dealt with Blllle Sol, does running. "I didn't have any 1 $25,000 to the Democratic can.
not press for exposure. where to run to." dldate for U. S. senator Sen.
"His power Is used for differ Orange County authoritieshave I Spessard Holland of Bartow. ;
ent ends and the White House already asked that Jackson I $8,000 to each of the six U. S.
has been turned Into the white. be returned Miami police said, representative candidates having
wash house," he added. opposition, Rep. Charles Bennettof
Estes the financial operator Jacksonville, second district;
from Pecos Tex., 1* free on 100 Mile Winds Rep. Claude Pepper of Miami
bond pending appeal of state third; Rep. Dante Fascell of MI.
and federal convictions for Batter JapanTOKYO ami. fourth; Rep. Paul Rogersof
fraud. West Palm Beach sixth;
Goldwater fired a series of (AP) One hundred Thomas Kenney of Cocoa Beach
brief shots at Johnson on the I mde.an.hour winds battered running for the llth district; and
Estei matter as he campaigned Kagoshima In southern Japan Marlon Harrelson of St. Peters.
In Texas Tuesday and Wednes. I as typhoon Wllda slammed burg, running for the 12th.
day i ashore late today. National police Bryant said the fund commit.
He saved his point-by-polnt ; listed 3 persons dead, 1 tee suggested $10,000 be kept In
review of the case for the Farm missing, 26 injured more than reserve.
Belt. Goldwater said Midwest. 450 homes destroyed and 2 ships The dinner raised more than
enters may not be Interested In sunk $200oo0r ,
the cotton program Estes man!.
pulated "but the dishonestymust
concern us all"

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At a news conference Miller: COLLIER \UNITY) NEWS Naples FU, Thursday. Spftml 14. 1744 3
Miller Sees Signs Of LBJ Cracking Up said that the recent departure of

Grant Reynolds, a Negro attorney

Johnson did not mention Gold. campa n." Mundt called from the Republican N.. Sewing GroupOf out of town members to take
MEDFORD, Ore. ( ) for tloMl Committee, should not be note of the date.Mrs.Earl Hodges
President Johnson showed sign water, the Republican candidate i the elimination of invective
considered that
a sign Republicans has luncheon plans for that
of "cracking under political for president, by name when hi i from t oar' political debate. hive written off the Negro Woman's Club and says there win be nay, ,
pressure" when he referred to referred in a speech Tuesday, Miller's schedule today listed vote. To Meet FridayMrs food for everyone in Naples.Mrs. .
Sen. Barry Goldwater as a to t "raving demagogue" a breakfast rally here and a Miller said he had brought Peggy Eccles Is her
"raving demagogue," GOP but there was general agree, flight I"> California for two days Reynolds into the national com Reynold Mullen will greet way south with her car on loaded
Wll. ment that he had Goldwater In of In the monitors of the Sewing Group
vice presidential nominee i stumping a state Miller mittee office, and that the new with goodies for the Sewing
mind.In has tel med "a \ of the Naples Woman's Club at 1
liam E. Miller said today. strategic battle.party chairman, Dean Burch, Group, and Mrs.Marcel Boynton
Miller, on an extensive cam. suggesting that Johnsonwas >, ground" in the 1964 presidential had followed custom in bringing 1 o'rloik Friday afternoon. ne chairman of Ways and Means,
too irresponsible to have> contest air conditioned annex of the club ,
W palgn swing through In his own top aides. will be In town for the Friday
questioned whether Johnson control over nuclear weaponsMiller He traveled Wednesday from house is the meeting place and work session.
was up to the pressure of the was turning on the Dem.,, Idaho to Utah, and into Port. any member of the Woman's ClubIs
responsibility for handling the ocrats the same argument they land, Ore, where he addressed Lincoln Cent welcome RecognitionThe
Issues of war or peace. have used frequentl against more than 600 Republicans at a Last Friday Mr. A. J. Crane
"Is this the kind of man we Ooldwater.( $100.a-i late fund-raising dinner First U.S. coin to bear the was hostess to 17 ladles all In. U.S. Congress ratified
want to have his finger on the Miller had no comment on a "The wall In Berlin is amomi. features of an ex president tent on having their respective a treaty of peace with Great
trigger of nuclear weapons?" statement Wednesday by Sen. ment t tll the strength of commu. was the Lincoln cent. The tables ready for the big and Britain on Jan 14, 1784, and
Miller asked In a statement Karl Mundt, R.S.D, that the nlsm jnd to the vacillation and new design \m adopted in exciting Christmas Bazaar on the latter power agreed to
Issued as he began another day national candidates were oon. weakness of this admlnlsti t 1909 on the centennial of the Thursday December the third. recognize the Independence
of campaigning ducting a "lowlevel, schoolyard tlon" Miller said (treat; Emancipators birth. Mrs. Lowe Berber has asked all of the United States
LINDA LUCKEY is receiving on-the-job-traininir
nt the Publix Market under the watchful eye of

James lla\nes, assistant manager. See story. ? tile beautiful '
(NEWS photo) now shapes torInijMtla 65

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Albany, clear 85. 51 DE Program AtAlbuquerque ---

cloudy 79 62

t. Atlanta, cloudyBismarck, cloudy 5As8 as liS Naples I Sr. High I fj

Boise, clear 7e 4'7
Boston, clear SI! 112 ,15 The NEWS In cooperation: with . -.7w.
Buffalo, cloudy 78 lie .09 the Distributive Education class "' 1
Chicago, cloudy '71 110 T at Naples Senior High will run a !
Cincinnati, clear 80 52 series on the 21 students enrolled .
Cleveland, clear 74 lIS .22 In the on-tfie.Job-traimng pro.
Denver, clear '70 40 gram.
Des Motneeclear SI! 45 To 1 be presented first In the
Detroit, cloudy 7S 55 series wllj be. Linda Kathleen
Fairbanks, cloudy 49 n .01 Luckey, member of the class,
Fort Worthcloudy 81 8'1 .02 who Is In training at the Publix
Helena, cloudy e8 52 Market through cooperation of a
Honolulu, cloudy 84 '75 Robert DeVlUe, Publix manager.Indianapolis .
clear 7S III Miss Luckey attends regular oj
Jacksonville, clear 90 8Z classes at the school during the
Juneau, cloudy M4 .37 morning hours, taking not only
Kansas City, clear 7S 4'7 regular academic classes but
Los Angeles, cloudy 92 lie intna offered by the '6.i ehl'IIJ'mfu1": .'up err ,Gdun
Louisville, clear 80 114 DE program. I IIt'
Memphis, clear 83 119 .02 In the afternoon she will train Ij j

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New York, clear 8e 81 oenU to \irn\ saleable learn" Curved Hide window, rich new fabrics, on.I'1II ni lruiiii'nl sremnewerluruusrlhrjrt, .sm..llhrideiss,1,1u.ihrrthnue'sr.
Okla. City, cloudy 79 118 and to develop skills
Omaha, clear 68 40 before graduation.Philadelphia .
clear 86 58 Itisa Uckey Is vice presl.
Phoenix clearPittsburgh 66 64 .01 den of the local; chapter of (the ,
clear 81 51 Distributive Education Clubs of ,I
Ptlnd, Me., clear 64 59 .12 America (D.ECA). She Is also ac. '
Ptlnd, Ore., clear 77 47 tlve In numerous' church rune. / Z.Rdi \
tlons. After graduation she plans .
Rapid City, cloudy 82 4Z I.
Richmond, tear 85 eo to continue working at the Pu.
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San Diego, cloudy 'rT eo f a I,
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Seattle fog 70 liS ---
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119 S8
Winnipeg, cloudy
aac 4"J airliner bu been
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CarAway nor said Wednesday night the r
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For Nothing &CCQI1Imod te the overflow of I.
reporters and staff members
WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) from Goldwater'. Jet, which has ;;
Mrs. Irving Smith was walking room for 54 newsmen and 20 New CI 1)1.I .. new ride unit plenty uf Nil shelf. litre'. all WH) it* in'w ride kkiniN ovir (In. ilmpi'Mnl 1 roudrt. l.iLf'I \'

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log: "I gave $50 for this car and keep up with Goldwaters
11'. been nothing but trouble American Airlines 727 let and
since. You can have It." had to skip some of his ap.
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t; Newspaper Enterprise\ Assn.

A Word To The Wise 71 ? .

Today1 high school studentsare
... . ( :
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Collier/ Countians who ARE NOT registered 60 million cast in the 50 states. What ; often pictured as a giddy, fast-moving crowd, abandoning
: few chores at home, studying little and
have only nine ((9)) days in whichto would have happened if the millions ,' old looking standards for Job, doing security above all after graduation.Now .

do so if they wish to vote in the who couldn't even find time to register d. the U.S, Office of Education has financed a study of

November 3 general election. This is the much less vote had taken ad- 450,000 students In 1,357 high schools across the country. The

word to the wise which ? The survey Is run by the University of Pittsburgh.
according to an vantage of their privilege answer This study seems to show that in many ways the average

old adage, Is supposed to be sufficient.But would be Interesting, wouldn't it? high school student Is conservative and hardworking.More .

you can bet your bottom dollar thatit This annual effort to get Collier Coun 7 7 than 58 per cent are "active" in church, religious or

won't be. tians to register and vote usually resultsin charitable Almost 44 groups.per cent of the senior boys and 30 per cent of

If someone told Collier Countians Supervisor of Registration Edna Santa the girls earn 70 to 100 per cent of their spending money.

that they could not register and vote getting a multitude of calls from persons One.third of the senior boys and girls" "save a definite

the hollering and whooping would be who already are registered and eligibleto amount" and only spend what "remains.

heard from here to Washington, and the vote. There is no need for these good AFTER THEY HAVE STARTED TO EARN A LIVING, 77

mob would form to the right. But since people to waste their time or the supervisor's. per cent of the senior boys and 79 per cent of the girls expect
always to pay cash "(or ever'thing" they buy, or at
there is no restriction not even a If you already are registered feast
.s to pay cash for everything except large purchases suchas
charge on registration or voting if residential sit tight until November 3 and then do a house and car

requirements have been met, hun your duty in the voting booth. 't. Only 2 per cent of the boys and 1 per cent of the girls

dreds of can't find time for But IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTEREDnow expect to buy "almost ever'thing" on the Installment plan.
persons More than 43 per cent of the senior boys and 35 per cent of
either. Is the time to stir your stumps and the girls said that college is the most Important thing toward

I, For instance in 1960 less than 50% get the lob done. The books will be \ : : which they are now saving. Marriage came next. Cars and

of the voting-age population of Florida open at the County Courthouse until 5 clothes came third and fourth.

went to the polls and marked a ballot. p,m. on October 3. If you have not registered ALMOST 46 PER CENT OF THE SENIOR BOYS and 58 per

You will recall that the 1960 presidential by that time you can count on cent of the girls said that marriage or family was the one most

election was settled by a margin of less holding down the bench on November 3. rpc pleting important their thing education.for which A house they expected or furniture to save came after second.com

than 100,000 votes out of better than A word to the wise, etc. "Investments" and a car ran neck and neck for third among

the boys.
I A Great For The "Good In describing the occupations they desired, 80 per rent of
Victory Guys"Well "
the young men said they preferred to "work for myself
,. Half would "like very much" to own their own business. A

the Battle of Ticonderoga has zones in Rocky River. fourth would "like very much" to be president of the United

been won according to a fellow named This decision really bugged young States.Both senior boys and girls felt it more Important to choose

Paul Jones who writes for NEA. Jim, just as it would bug boys that age "work that seems important to me" than to pick a Job for

Not the one fought in New York anywhere they happen to live. ;T -7 r: :--:. good income, advancement or Job security

State almost 200 years ago, mind you, How can an honest-to-gosh, genuine, The Best of BoyleBY DESPITE ALL THE TALK OF "GOING STEADY" 40 per

but the one recently waged in Rocky boy-built fortress possibly be an "acces !::-_-_-. ; ==.l== cent of the senior boys and 32 per cent of the girls said they

River, Ohio. It was quite a battle, and sory building?" Didn't that building inspector HAL BOYLENEW FLOOD OF COMMUNISM had not "gone steady" even once In the past three years. An
additional third said they had "gone only once in the
the victory by the "good guys" was nota ever whack together a fort or Editor Collier County News: three By contrast 5 per steadl" boys and girls
whit YORK (AP) Pets ,,which has at least 12 different I don't understand why the nom. past years
surprising than would be a a treehouse when he was a kid? Chances had "gone steady" five or more times in the three years.

victory by the district attorney over Perry are he sure as heck didn't call it an "ac lead This, people Is part follow.of the story of our meanings.She platforms inees for President that most don't Americans choose The median number of hours spent doing chores around the
used to eat No house was 4.6 hours week for senior boys and seven hoursa
anything. I per
Mason in the show. civilization which might be
tv would follow. For Instance
buildingl"Did whydon't
cessory missed by historians.The when my wife, Frances, makesup week for girls. A fifth of the boys and a third of the girls
ban school
This new battle was sparked when anyone ever hear of cowboys, trouble with having; an her menu, Lady DottIe lookson prayer they Into bringthe it. Throughout on the spent 10 hours or more a week at chores.

Patriot Jim Probert, a nine-year-old "Inun" FBI agents, Northwest Mounted Police, animal In the house Is that overa with the air of a great lad)1 history of the "Party" the first The median number of hours spent studying outside of
wearing a lorgnette. If It isn't class eight hours a week for senior boys and 10 hours
was a
period of time the present.
from back the Communists do
| fighter built Fort Forest the thing away
way Rangers, Foreign Legion or ment of the people and the am. :fish or chicken she sniffs in with are religious beliefs. In week for girls. A sixth of the young men and a quarter of the
Ticonderoga In his back yard to help him even John 1 disdain. 15 to 20 hours week outsideof
Wayne successfully repelling bitlon of the animal get rather other words, America has taken young women study a or more
and his pals resist attack by bank band enemy attacks from "accessory build- intermingled She has become a family its first step towards Common. class.

its, train robbers, foreign enemies, cattle Ings?" Thai's the situation In the :oracle and while decisive remaining individuality.a singular Ism
house where I heart.
my Yet most people would prefer
rustlers and, of course, primitive wild Well, Indian Fighters of America, you We have a conflict there. She purrs on choice, never on to Ignore the Issue of increasing

Injuns that every boy with healthy Imagination will be glad to know that the fierce fight "You are a born leader Han it\,'mand. Communistic activities than to The World
Dottie has become
old," my mother used to say Lady cen.ti brine. them out Into the TodayBy
to off from open.
fight time to put up by Jim and his dad resulted in while patting me self-confident il to our life In many ways.

time. complete victory for you, and that as a ly on my back and turning to'I Shr has rather taken us over. I'm sick of hearing about a JAMES MARLOWE

Apparently, though, Jim was a better result of a ruling by the Rocky River her more necessary knitting." about Friends our who health used now to worry say, who small are group trying of to sincere warn unbellev people Aiioclattd Press Ntws Anelyit

fighter than he was an architect or build Zoning Board the Banner of Boyhood mured"Yes,consolingly yes my son,but she absent.mur. '"Well how Is Lady Dottle.. Ing and Ignorant Americans.Thi.i.n't WASHINGTON (CAP) One coned politician. ,T i. ignoring the ,

er. A neighbor made no bones about his still flies triumphantly o'er the plywood mindedly "you're a natural I am not the jealous type, so a task for a mlnorltyl It's of the troubles with this presi. Insinuations.He .
belief 'that Fort Ticonderoga of ol' commander of men." this doesn't annoy me. Howev.er going to take a majority; one that dentlal campaign Is the issues.They're may think It smarter not
was Fort
more ramparts good Ticonderoga. Is willing to combat Communism
] must confess that I was a
Well, of course, as all mankind scattered all over the to help Goldwater keep these
of an eyesore than a citadel of civil defense It just naturally had to happen that knows, there Is a lot of bit dismayed the other evening where It stands today which is lot and President Johnson and points in the public mind by

He went so far as to take his way. Without Fort Ticonderogas, and truth In what she said. I am a when someone rang our doorbell far too advanced in our own coun. Sen. Barry Goldwater are not answering the senator or talkingof
born leader and a natural and I Instinctively leaped to the try.The spelling out answers clear them.
views to the zoning board, by golly plenty of them, young Injun fighters commander. top of our desk. finest advancement of late enough to keep in your head. Goldwater has called "foreign

.A building Inspector dutifully looked might just as well give the country backto What has confused my gifts Is What's the use of being a born Is the requirement of a high There are two Issues above policy a major issue In this

over the fort, looked up the law, and the pesky Injuns. that I have to deal with an ac. leader if you find you are being school Communism.course in Americanismversus I think the all.First campaign" and Insisted "it
quired leader and an unusual led by a cat? and obviously this is must be discussed."
ruled that the bastion against "bad guys"did Even worse, them Injuns lust might commander Some day I'm going to bal. course Is too short but I feel always the No. 1 issue in any He has been critical of the

indeed, violate a city statute which move in and recapture the whole darned Her name Is Lady Dottle and ance things by bringing home a Naples Is very lucky to have sucha campaign is which man can administration's handling- of

decreed that "accessory buildings" were place. So there! she Is a cat and she has been dog. Sometimes fine teacher the for realization the course.of be best' trusted with the presi. Viet Nam, Laos Communism,
with us for a number of years. dency? Cuba, the Berlin wall.
not permitted in single-family residential BARBS Communism so close to home
She started as a small, furry The Democrats are doing How would he solve 1 them? I
squirmy uncertain kitten. Then hurts. It's like a flood, you see their best to get across an idea Here again he Is not specific. I
she moved Insidiously Into au. BY HAL COCHRAN It coming so you turn your back that Goldwater is too reckless to The Democratic administration,
thorlty as all feminine and run. Soon you are engulfed be trusted with it at all.
thingsdo. which has been wrestling with
A house without basement
a by it. I urge you to turn and
ot.h is where more thingsare face it, Build a dike of know. Goldwater is helping to keep these problems, isn't promising
e.rs s'ay ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Recognizing born leader the fact that I ama put where they belong. ledge and awareness. Pack each the issue alive for them by end. flat victories
she used to rub Since the Is still
lessly campaign
insisting he is not
S e e sandbag with care and stand be. trigger.
against my leg in plaintive self.
happy. young, maybe Johnson and
hind it to make .
ready repairs.Ann
assurance. If Why did all the fish take
a stranger enteredour Second do the people wanta Goldwater will get down to
realm she would leap In. their vacation at the same Rex NicholsTallahassee broad federal cases before It's over.
VOTE iF hU fashioned stantly on top of our tall, old. time you/ took yours/ ? Fla. involved with the government states and

upright walnut desk. S e APPROACHING DESTITUTION many federal programs, partlc. NEWS FROM
Anything we set before her If phone calls from home ularly programs for the general
she humbly ate. And she grew had to be paid in cash, as at a Editor Collier County News: welfare? WASHINGTONASSOCIATED
and and
I grew grew. Extensive poverty in the midstof Johnson insists big govern
As her size Increased so did Incomparable prosperity and ment Is necessary. He said so PRESS
self-confidence. Roughlynow affluence Is the regrettable dl. again this week.Goldwater ,

I ambulant, Lady Indoor Dottle whale.resembles an lemma confronting Amertcanlife . has.. built much ofnis WASHINGTON (AP) A
today. Halt a million people, claim on the presidency In
Senate-House conference com.
Where she used to be abashed every day live on relief in New plugging for states' rights He
and mlttee has voted to continue tor
retreating, she now Intrudes
York City thousands in vermin. wants less federal government
into family conversations with a pay station it wouldn't takea ridden tenements unsuitable for more dependence on states and two years the Food for Peace
tswwx7- for of U.S.
learned observation "meow" teen-ager long to break dad human habitation. local and communities to do farm program surpluses disposing overseas Final

;."y. .Yf\ <<} 'r. '. Eight million Americans are what's needed, and less, not congressional approval Is ex.
; receiving public assistance more or broader, social welfare pected.
amounting 400 million dollars programs. Those are the two
President Johnson had asked
CAI.SAaOTA t month and hundreds of thou. main Issues.
that the
VOTf _1 USt.t o.t..c.R'COME.'T.tVA. sands are compelled to surviveon But If voters are getting bored five years.program In the past 10
R : $1,200 a year while the gov. listening to the arguments it's years $12.3 billion worth of
1 wI ACROSS A 1'1 0 0 t. It Eo o. Eo I D ernment with the surreptitious because the two men have been agricultural products was
1 Think 30 Term In connivance of Congress, freely talking In such broad generall.
I 6: Source of olTice T t R A I D L R f. L . and lavishly distributes our money ties it's hard to pin them downon billion.shipped abroad at a cost of $17

: cocaine :n, Flat fish t N A CT 'OJ AS" and materials to the tune of what they'd do. The
eg 9 'y5vl') 10 Frightens 34, Consecrate S Eo T A. .R 0 e T t t. billions In overseas countries About the two most specific measure of $3.9 authorizes billion on the expenditure

11, Three36, Narrow. Eo L M. 0 t R I V t every year things Goldwater has said have program over the next two
icunct Monitor'Certainly banded I The result has been abusive been his promises to end the
Ttu ChrUU.n
37. She fled AM. L A P H 0 T E years.
armadillo and their draft and cut Income and corpo.
insults to the taxpayers
we'll debit you on 1\'. Who li this calllnt 13 Flower over the Ice SA T 5 I N t C V R to American flag to the burning rate taxes 23 per cent over five automobile WASHINGTON (AP) A new

parts 38. Wonhipa V N I Ii IC C: A L. 0 lR and demolition of our embas. years, accident report.cha1l.ngtne ,
14. Flat cap 40. Ft portrait R t C A "' T to I D t L. S lies and other properties in coun. The Johnson administrationhas chances the theory that
15. Fourth ' ' ' of a mishap Increase In
Judicious Landlord ? 41.painter Mother tries whose leaders often reluct. Indicated It would like to proportion to the rate of speed,
f 16 Sever father antly, sneeringly have accepted the draft, It It thought that says the key factor 1s the differ.
our bountiful handouts to the utter possible, but so far it shows no between
18. Coddoiof 42 Unusual ence a vehicle' speed
THE coincidence of two items appearingin for rehearsals as well, the bill can run up fate 43 Clvei forth 4 Swedish 8 weight Jeweler disgust of every American, ex. signs of thinking! so. and the average speed of other
masculine of Johnson have been dis.
the handful nepotistic politicians may
the news in the past couple of into a pretty tidy sum. :20, Reduce DOWN:-; name 9. Mountain cept who are desperately turbed that Coldwater's tax.cut traffic moving in the same di.
rectlon.A .
weeks the rental of school laud 1. Large
regarding Of course, heat, electricity and wagesare 5 Two- crest holding on to their sinecures and promise had voter appeal.
Platform report by Bureau
of Public
buildings (for outside uses is too potted cat 10. Reachesacross
striking items. It's only fair heeledchariot who are in control of the vast This week he promised to cut Roads .
not inexpensive 2J Watery 2 Green experts Issued Tues.day
to be allowed to slip by without more : foreign aid program which will excise taxes if elected. He Is not
that rentals should cover these costs. Buta 24 Ballad crust 12. Dined concluded that an\ automobile -
than just passing notice. fee higher than that, particularlyfor :26 Perianth 3. 'The 6. Nightclub: 17. Church continue ad Infinitum and undim. promising an Income tax cut. traveling <40< miles an
One item report on the status of any Inlshed unless voters all over He Just got an $ll.SJ>llIlon tax hour
a civic benefits leaf: rare Jaime" 7. Manages sluing on a highway with a 60.mile
town revenues in the current fiscal year, non-profit groups staging 19, One whotortures America start writing to Sena. cut through Congress this year speed limit Is just as likely
for community projects, does seem demand. a tax rut Goldwater voted
lists receipts from those rental fees at a I I 3 a S/ I' 1 8 'Vh tors and Congressmen to be Involved In an accident as
of foreign aid. against
total of $3,802 so far In the 1963-64 period, unnecessary. :22 I Teach Ing total abolition another car going 80.
I $3,303 more than the $1,500 that had been These are public buildings, created /4 01/ I. 25 Century If American voters continue to Other Issues have also been Among other conclusions:
anticipated. with public money for free public educational 27 Small remain complacent and Indif. treated as major ones.. -Chances of an acddent of a
simultaneously came purposes. In its broadest sense, "! 'f onion ferent concerning the thousandsof For Instance, Goldwater has car going 20 miles an hour
Almost an account in Washington
of a public hearing held by the Con. education also must include the plays, the I IS / I'1 28 Foreigners squandermaniaci and various parts of the said one of the major Issues either would be sharply higher than
the 40
the various and / :29 Smallest would be corruption in govern m.p.h. or 80 m.p.h.
the Arts determine concerts, the lectures the time Is not far
necticut Commission on world, then vehicle.
"'a I' ment. He has been banging
ways in which the developmentof sundry other programs for which school 01" / 30.amount Pen. to distant when nearly all of us away at that, but always ob. -The death rate 1* highest at
cultural interests in the state could be halls and gyms are rented. They do edify tt tt I J / 0 tissue Americans will come face to face ). very high speeds, but lowest at
fostered. Labeled as the biggest obstacle and entertain those who participate and with Approaching Destitution.As He mentioned the Bobby Bak. average speeds.
to the performing arts at that hearing was those who watch. Often they also raise : 1f is [ I a 11 t l' 31 Poetic Washington politicians un. er and Blllle Sol Estes cases, Drivers under 25 or over 63

"excessive" rentals charged by school funds for projects that otherwise would JO JI 'l 7' if name forEdinburgh derstand It it, the world nations would fall.be '' Overnment contracts not are more likely to be Involved In
authorities the state. have to be paid for with tax money.So wrecked overseas 'going to the lowest bidders" accidents.
throughout Jf JI J' t Warehouse ed to get from us what they and a "cloud of scandal over the WASHINGTON (AP) The
In New Canaan, groups like the Town with these thoughts in mind the f Democrat.abbr want which also applies to car. White House." House approved Tuesday Its last

Players pay as much as $ioo a night fort Board of Education should subject its 3/ fa "r toonlsts who, for years, have But so tar with Goldwater I money bill of the present sea.
use of a school auditorium, in addition to rental schedule to judicious scrutiny witha I "re' e depicted Uncle Sam as a frugal these I have been innuendoes. lie I Ion a$ 8"S,874IPProprt.
i i extra costs for pOliceme, custodial clean view toward allowing at least some differential 4 It 39 Boundary: and trim gentleman, but taxpay. I hasn't shown specifically their uon t to finance various govern
matroh in the ladies' the non-profit staging 'JIb t ers know h. has an enormous"waste" onnection the Whit 'I mental activities including the
up and even a to groups U ; form with
'i : : I : : : : ;: 1 war
lounge. When the build/ng has to be used civic benefits Kopen House. poverty, and civil rights
." "' ......'.... Adolph Johnson, a tough and sea. :food stamp and maD masa
-NEW CANAAN ADVERTISER for NIK* 24 ,nts' Naples, Fla. transit Programs
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r'r NEWS, Ntplm" FU. Thursday Srplembw 24 1964 5
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r l lapiCS AN,1Uanler6ilac/ arh [Evttades: Baptists Finish 1"

b tllweIf ;' Mo''". Educational Building ,

D1 Mary A. Foster MI 2-JW \ \ \\rl'T; VI I'li i ,, s. The Education. to 2-1)))[ Mamie Otmer, primaryclass

II I ]11 I, .l I H""onlly completed ; Linda Garret: beginners'
The regular\ monthly meeting ifober 13, at 8 p.m. AB are wel. addict' i e'o i | voi k'laitas Bapft'i dabs (age <4< 'In 5) and lots"
the Naples Park Area Association and Smith, cradle roll ((2 and 3
come, there ii no charge. t I I I vors an area ofI years
will be held tonight Septem. Come and meet your neighborsfor ,;PJIJ.'t i i int I eat contain old).
ber 24, In their building on J03rd cards, or Just sit an4 talk. ; ;1 Oil'i i ii 10 large room has SWlday school Is held uchSun.
Ave. Refreshments win be n ,, day at 9:45 a.m. with
served. If 1 a k1,1 I u 1 sir end, with a Sunday
The ways and means committee Many thanks to these men who eH ,I > i h.. 1 lurtltton Into Morning Worship at lit.m.Training .
of the association/ met Monday, put In their time keeping the 1 i'\' .'" < 'hoot, I rooms, when Union is held each Sunday
at the home cUhe chalrladYP4n. grounds so lovely and cutting : t nut 1 I j"" "i i.i Inr church dinners. at 8 p.m., immediately following .
Loretta Necas. Plans were for the grass R.P. Boyd, Frank : L H' i "Hi Jt the cost of choir practice at 7:15.
initiated until the end of 1964. Bacorn, Louis McGarry and Leo ; *" "" I nd contractor
The first Smorgasbord of the Campbell. J I i I'' ,it t (iMulums to the
season, will be held on Sunday, Howard Alderman of Seebee i bud! 111 "mini Approximated
Oct. 25.More will be written Avenue Vanderbilt Beach, left $,',,out('" i ,\ and i clime from Ever. Siamese TwinnitS
about this later. A social night on September 10, by plane from A .lil.-,," .11' t the win' 'uumllng com-
will take place on Tuesday, Oct. Naples to Miami, where he flew .i.._ .. r..r ,, lII'tIIlth' 4 Days

.by Jet to New York, then on to -". A f b,rn,,.d I filiation Service After Birth
Hartford, Conn., to visit with COURT BEAUTIES Twentv-two coeds front was i I'.I. I 11 I vu 'uHt 3, In memory
his sister. Honda State University. Inl'ludinj.the/ Infant tan| a" 1,1" ifrveiend E. P. CHICAGO (AP)-One of the
Enid Decks Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Reno of Mahalia Jackson twins of Naples, have been selected: from among Naples Kl Holds i>1.. i" u I "I l ii- widow and children Jaquct Siamese twins died
Recreation Head 105th Avenue had as guests for more than 200 entrants for beau h'. charm and daidd' i i Kev.Slriill.uu) Wednesday night, four days
Installation Of
two weeks, their daughter, Mrs. poise for this jtar's Gjmkana rt, The trills tin' I founder of Dualist work in after birth. His brother was re.
At Golden Gate Kenneth C. Wadsworth, grand. Singer, III With will compile in the trvmkana show', "Safan," in ISNewOfhm.sThirteen: ( ) UK+ Ever 1 11"u'i area.. ported to be holding his own al.
daughters, Ramona and Ginger, Aflu i ,' .iMlicjttouuatwo.weuk list.
Tully Gjiiinasium Tallahassee, October 21.21 andjudges though still on the critical
and great.granddaughter Glgl.all Heart AilmentCHICAGO olfUcu ol MK. Naples vaiud,'". mi'ID bch will select to be crowned "Miss G'm.kara I
of Indianapolis, Ind. one I Kntylilsofl; (tin nlxiCoun oil on \",:n'4 3. Reverend Eric plications caused by a congenl.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halley of (AP) Famed of 1961-65"; on the final night of the show oil were Installed by dlstik Wuldiii' I is Pastor of the Ever. tal heart ailment and the ab. ,
107th Avenue had a surprise vis. singer Mahalia Jackson, who Front tow, extreme left is Patricia Ingram, and deputy, Guy Ricciardi of Fort Rlj'lus' n,,i).ii'4 Chapel sence of large Intestine, saida
it on Sunday September 13 when Introduced gospel singing to same row', at tight is Diana Ingiam. The girls Myers, at the council's l'Cul.tr!: At II., un\ ur monthly meet. spokesman at Children's Me.
their son and his wife, Mr.and millions across the world, is are the daughters of Mr and Mrs. L N. Ingram, monthly meeting \hll'sday lug tin '1I"II'hII' directors and mortal Hospital.
Mrs. Edward Taft Hallicy of seriously 111 with a heart all. Jr of Naples night at the Elks club, drain) bum),rr\ In'html l teachers were e* The condition of the other
Stuart, spent the day with them. ment. lo.tOnh l l riioj will t lake office Oct. twin, Ronald, reportedly had
Some of the folks from this Miss Jackson, 50, was hosl- Knight AlbcrtJ.Taiupajl. dun' 1, i for, the i'omlne;year.Theyan' stabilized. A negative cheat
area who attended the Republican ." following a re tlieoM loirs installed
tallied Sept 13 at Little Compa.ny : X ray erased earlier fears he
alb luncheon last week at the of Mary Hospital with what ; Tarn, gram) I luitj-lu, v i"'''i SUIH, 'rliitcinliMiti Mrs. had pneumonia, doctors said.
( Beach Club were Mr. and Mrs. doctors then described as ex. Vcws Paul ritscti, deputy !K:raltd bluurnte,: WIIII.lll1saeneralll. The mother, Mrs. Carol Ja.
Harold R. Hulpleu, Mr. and Mrs. haustlon due to overwork The Bonita knight; Doyle Kopp, recorder; ''i.tin ; his. Miry Nell Swain, quet, 21, of suburban No:ridge,
Charles Pekarek, Mr. an4 Mrs. Associated Press learned today Leo McKenna, r treasurer Edward Tnlnliii: Union director and pianist was reported In good conditionin
William Hallicy and Mrs. Louise that she since has been ordered fr1 J. Dates, financial! secretary dUll Auhioy Morris, assist. Evanston Hospital, where
Jullano all of Vanderbilt Beach. to remain In bed for four to six ,' lry By RAE EAR. ; David Johnson, chancellor ant training Union director. the twins were born Saturday

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cortlno weeks. _. ':!11""' " ".-.-",, ... ; Donald Delyet: wardun; "all1ll1'" 'r Union loaderselected They were taken to Children's
of Melrose Park, Chicago, HI., The hospital said visiting was are: Mis Swain, adult ladles Memorial after birth and were
spent the past week here, visit. restricted. No telephone tall The Bonita and Little Hickory spouses Attending were Mes. David Frey, Inside guard; class; Mi, Morris, adult men's separated Sunday In a 31/" hour
Miss Enid Deeks Ing with old friends Mr.and Mrs. are permitted. chores held another In a seriesof dames Rosalie Miller, Chloe Joseph Molter, outside guard, class; Hov, Weldon, young peop. operation.
John Koke on 95th Avenue.Whlle Miss Jackson has canceled: M dessert card parties In their Dale, O.J. Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frye, advocate ale! IlW lev' lull rineillila class: (age 16
here they stayed at the Silver scheduled appearances through Club House Monday afternoon. Carl Clemens, Mr. and Mrs. Wll. Humphrey, S.I. Pciyea and EJ-
Appointment of Enid Deeks as Sands Motel on the Trail. Pro. October and has turned don a Bridge, plnoclila and Samba llam Volght, Mr. and Mrs. Char. ward frelavek, i ruste*..
community center manager and perty owners in Gulf AcresMr. personal Invitation from Prest. were played; the door prizes les Dachant, Mr. and Mr. Amel Tatu announcsd. the following. '
director of recreation at Golden and Mrs. Cortino found many dent Johnson for a White lI.mb"! were awarded to Mesdames Marl Bernstein Mr. and Mrs, Losee committee chairmen for tta
Gate here has been announced changes since their return to Chi. dinner Oct. 6. Henley ar 1 Jeanette Rhuo. Table"fllA'S Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mil.
by Gulf American Land Corpora. cago: only five years ago, and Doctors now the 200 'i i went to Mesdames Mary ler, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Search, coming year, :
say i un Dave JoIn:: <)II, icnrral i program : :
: i
tlon. were amazed at the growth in Miss Jackson, who returned In Oranlund, Anne Long, Edythe Mc. the Leon Blacks, Mr. and Mrs. Vine uiliolU -ti
Miss Deeks, aCl'ordlngtoOold. Naples In such a short time. May from a triumphant uv')i Laughlln; Helen Chaplain, Mild Kenneth Anderson, the Sheldon ; Lonhoy,
en Gate managing director C.E. seas tour, is suffering from a rml Wggfc,Juliette Margerum and Thomas and Clarence Pope activities; Don ftelyea, council .
Jung, will supervise community NEED VOLUNTEERSTwo heart ailment. They decline to MillS Ruth Danker. Those unable to attend were activities;Joe Uelyea I fraternal i
quarters In the colonlal-styled fires again last week in indicate how long she will Le Others attending were Mes. Mrs. Fern Grause and Mrs.G.H. activities; Ed Oaies, puhlU
building, as new residents beginto Naples Park. Wt still do not hospitalized. A spokesman said ,Lanes Marguerite Mr Swan, Sue Bush, G.P. Wennemer and John activities; I Udlo l Hives, membership lj teeCsr! f1 '
move into the city. have any volunteers from this "The big problem I Is that tile,,', Cook, Mary Smith, UetU Urn.Ur T. Gerrle. ; Hill Humphrey, youth I" 3i ::
Presently, the 10,000 square area for the tire departmentbut nothing much to say one way or Mae Wadsworth, Dot Shae. The next regular meettngofthe activities and Leo McKenna, fl
foot community center servesas via this column, we will another." fer, Hanlette Setchell), Odolla Club will be Monday September| admissions .
an overall recreation center, keep plugging for more 'help.Hope Miss Jackson's agent, lou Markoff, Ellen Rose, Mary Mil. 28 In the Community Hall, when The next regular meeting'( of tl
with club rooms, snack bar and by now Tom Mayer is Mlndltng of Los Angeles, said, ler, Ollle Seller, Helga Alander, dessert of home made cake and the council will be held Wednesday
similar facilities. Eventually, it feeling better. He was still a "She's coming along fine. :She's Rae Wear, Ethel Bennett, Delta coffee will be served at 7:00
October 14 at 8
: at
also will function as clubhouse very ill man, when I put my resting well. We hope to have Brupgee, Carolyn Mezger and p.m. ; this will be followed bya p.m.
for an 18 bole golf course sched. head In door of his Armenia St. Ann's Catholic School
the room her back working In 30 to 40 ReillY. program of speakers. A dona
uled to open Its first nine holes last Thursday to say heDo.Your Dog l>>rby Duys will soon be tlon of 25 rents will be asked of _.
In January. little ol, reporter, Is a member days.Miss Jackson, whose recori 'err ,Xohur 18 Is the date The each l person The public Is in. If you rive"I dusk l ui .1 i I I"u i<'iIKralmi NEW L'TWCATIONAL BUILDING Built at a
of the hospital auxiliary. and sell In the millions, loaniud to ,i ''It I (It tii'k" Ito (place, 10 vlled.. im ,I I. ("c.f I mu 'in.is out of $1 :!,i Hili. t the recently completed Education.il -
works every Thursday. sing in a small church on the kids, IU (Ulna to gut I teat' Pooch Hostesses will Include Mes. wish lo I inert use llic mm hen liuililiiiK: of the H\: 'PI'Blades Baptist Chapel
Remember the association Mississippi River levee front la (Mutt) or registered canine readyto dames Bea Alland,nO.rlie DunbarScott U) hoi ((42S deareca) I the/| was formally dedicated jn Uverirlados on August
Fort Pierce' Man building is open every Wednesday New Orleans. Her father died run In the "Bonita Mutt Der. Fraley, Mild end of the rousting purled:' In !i. The sliudtirc ro\cis an area of 1,770 square-
and Thursday afternoons and :when she was 6 years old. At 13 by." red Sherry, Helen Luedtke and order lei have the .skin dolltlou feet '.
Charged In Oil starting last Sunday it will be she was working steadily as a Girls, you too are eligible to Frank TobUi. ly brown and crrer
open on Sunday also. Its a good ,washwoman.She enter your dogs. The 1963 nation.
Fraud SchemeNEW place to go and meet the gang. later moved to Chicago al champion was owned by a girl
You do not have to be a mem. ,where her first recording was and she received a scholarshlpas
HAVEN Conn. (AP) -
A Fort Pierce,Florida man is one ber, you are welcome, as long as made in 1934. By 1948 she had well aa a year's supply of dog
of eight officers of an Oklahoma you live in this area, or are a ,earned national recognition and food for her winning pooch. This

oil company charged In a fed. guest. I two years later gave a concertin Champ only weighed 22 pounds,
eral indictment with defrauding Celebrating their birthdays in ,' New York's Carnegie Hall. and was a mixed breed. It does
the month o f September were A resident of Chicago's South not take a large dog to win.
Investors of
more than $1 mil Now the most beautiful built.
on display: Chrysler ever
Jesse Ryan, Lois Craig, Betty 'Side, In July she married Mln. Owners must be from six to
lion.A federal grand Jury returnedthe Hallicy, Lucille Perry,Jim Walk. ten Slgmond Galloway, a con. 16 years of age; dogs cannot be
Indictments, which state that er and Betty Allan. And anntver. ,tractlng firm salesman. It was over one-thlrd greyhound or whip.
several persons In Connecticut sary greetings to Mr. and Mrs. the second marriage for both. pet; all dogs must have had their
defrauded of William Hallicy, Mr. and Mrs. rabies shots, and there la a$1.00entry
allegedly were by
Earl Craig and Mr. and Mrs.
fee for each
Corp.fleers, Oklahoma of the Caber City,Petroleum Okla. Sven Wallin. May you all have Key Club It Is very easy dog to train the This is Chrysler '65. The big one that And there's an improvement in ride you

The Indictment charges viola many more happy years to. dog anywhere; just hold the dog delivers. Luxury that reflects your good can really :eel.
tlon of registration fraud gether. Car Wash at one end of a 90 yard straight
mall fraud and conspir. Sorry to learn that State course; when released at a signal taste, for one thing. A fast answer to your One more point. A Chrysler isn't all
Trooper Ed. Crawford of 109th Saturday he will run direct to the ownerat
acy.The Florida man ts Donald Avenue is a patient in the Naples the other end. demands, for another. that expensive. Seven Newport models

Dunklee, a former president of Community Hospital for with a pneu.quick The l Key Club of the Naples Any Bonita Springs Lion mem. Look at it. Clean-lined. Big. Beauti arc actually priced just a few dollars a
Jefferson Associates Inc. bra. monla. Our prayers Senior High School will hold ber will take your entry phone
kerage firm. recovery.Mr. a car wash Saturday from 9 WY 2.3471 or write Box 121 BonU ful. Eighteen feet of comfort. Two tons month more than some of the most
and Mrs. Fortst J. Hall a.m. to 3 In the rear of ta Springs for information.There
The others are Robert T. Pol p.m.
Beach had of security.. Called Chrysler. popular smaller cars.
of Vanderbilt
lard of Oklahoma City, Harry the Naples Floor Coverings.The will be several matched races
Cohen, New York City; Ernest guests last Wednesday Werden and, Mr.their and (unofficial) after the Derby for It's easier to get into and out of Visit your Chrysler dealer and see
Cushier Mrs. Jesse fee for a "good Job Inside those not eligible to run In the
Tulsa Glen Huf.
fman, Norman, ,,Oklaj Okla., ; Alfred daughter Miss Valerie Schramm and out" will be $1.50 Derby. There are prizes, tro. There's lots of headroom, and legroom them all: economical Newport; sportsbred -
Shayne New York City Robert of Miami Miss Schramm is tak. a l Key Club spokesman announ phles and ribbons for winners;
; and hiproom. 300 and the luxurious New Yorker
extended vacation touring ;
Hunt, Sante Fe, N. M.; and Rob. log an ced.: The boys will pickupand therefore, lets get on the ball
ert Durkee, Santa Cruz, Calif. a sister number and of husband countries from, with Eng.her deliver, and calls may be for a good day of racing. Get in and drive it. The first thing Move up to Chrysler Model 1965. The

Bond was set at $10,000 each. land. Both the Wardens and Miss made to Mi 2-6561, for this TUESDAY COFFEEAt you'll notice is best described as "scorch," man who sells them will make it easy.

Schramm are former residentsof service.: a coffee held Tuesday a.m.
Vanderbilt Beach. The l Key Club held its regular In the Bonita Springs CommunityHall Model 1965 is a very quick automobile osyaleovsrosCHRYSLERUa.1
Sunglasses Stolen
Quite a little excitement last weekly meeting Wednes- sponsors of the RepublicanClub Noises MWKMMIM
Thursday at the CommunityHouse and were briefed on plans of the
From Desk 11(30 In the school
Judge's when a large rattler was day at club for the coming season by the Turn 'In Sob Hope end Tht, Chrytlir meow. It dy r., n'.up, NCAA tnuHwll, t DENVER Colo. (AP) -Diet. found. A good six feet long. He mapped out a community service President Clint Moebach.
Judge MRclel B. Johns posted a was an ole helster While the program for the school Mr. and Mrs. Mosbach were
reward of 30 days in jail ladles all ran for cover, the year. hosts to the sponsors and their
Wednesday for the person who men with shovels made short .
of him. I wonder who took The car wash Is planned as
took a pair of sunglasses from work i
his desk. his six rattlers! the first fund raising project.

-- Beach Club Women
.. .'.. '. 'f
Plan Breakfast
'>', '> ".1('
!t#"' ,,:: .: <
Mi Next TuesdayThe Drive it !
r Beach Club Women's Golf
Assoclarlon wUl hold ItS regular

quarterly meeting on Tuesday,
t vl f k September 29. It will be held
r as a breakfast affair at the

acv Beach Club 19th Hole at 8 '.m.
Members are urged to be pre.

wee sent, s spokesman announced.
t Members of the association
t ,, Nw YofVw 4-Door Hirdlot
I have been Invited to participate

II In two tournaments at Lehigh ,.
Acres scheduled for October _
I IL. 8 and October 18, the spokesman -

said.The f
L. # affair on October 6 will
4J be for players with handicap
of 30 or above. On October
18 player with handicap. 29

; or below will play for tournament

honors.In .
V last Tuesday's outing of
i1 the association, competition
) was for low net honors. Three
I ladle tied for first place hon
ors. Including Em Haynes,Vir.
9. 6 gina Edwards and Helen Eck-
", <' l ? ; ard. There was also tie for

.;:sleek silhouette nest and masterly fitted, h the'"big; news In fall fun. Autumn haze Abbott second and place Elsie between Bens. Elsie WOOD CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Inc.

mink coat (left) h" Johnny collar which can lie worn up pr Pocket are nt to b was announced, also, that

I back Into cuffs. It can be w with or without IU leather belt. players in the association will 2600 N. Tamiami Trail Naples Fla.

KSStJi".fflS lynx oa' (rt&ht) bat horizontally.. worked pelf, .h.wl collar, Start playing 18 boles In the ,
belt weekly outing after October
bracelet.lenftli sleeves and eOtOItOloreeather| "

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Eagles Begin Home Schedule Friday Against Venice

Naples High School's football game, and he has been sidelined
team opens its home schedule since. Naples could have useda
Friday night when the Eagles little more bard4o.caich run
host Venice's high-scoring In. nine and good punting last week
diane at 8:00 at the high school a a II

A cood.il zed crowd is expect.ed Up front for the Eagles Friday
to lend its support to the will be ends Ritchie and Steve
Eagles, who are seeking to re Clark, tackles Bruce Harris and
bound from a tough 13.0 defeatat Brad Unkeless, guards Wayne PORTS
the hands of Arcadia last weekat Jenkins and Lee Treadwell and
Arcadia. Friday's contest will center Jerry Rose.All are letter*

be one of only four home dates men. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
for Naples this season. The Eag In the backfield will be sopho.
lea do not play at home again un. more tailback Carter Bryansen
til October 23. lor fullback Billy Bryan sew $ COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. Hi.. Thur d.y, S.pttmbtr 14, l64

Venice, which defeated Naplesat lor wingback Bob Koch, and sew
Venice last year, 25.6 will lor blocking back Van Weeks
'be a formidable opponent for Carter Bryan gained 51 of Naples
Coach Jerry Morris' team.The 77 yards rushing! at Arcadla.and'Indians Open Home Season
Indians' running and passing at. completed seven of 20 passes for
tacks are above average. 45 yards Many of hislncompletf\
Morris indicates that he will throws were dropped by .recel
employ the same offensive line veri.
With Lake
up that started at Arcadia. In ad. Coaches hope Naples' usually Friday Cypress
dltlon, starting offensive end Buz slow to start single-wlng offense
Ritchie will be able to go both will get unwound against Venice.
ways against Venice. Last week It was bottled up in Its own end Immokalee High School's foot. Cypress Lake, located south of
he was restricted to offense be. of the field at Arcadia. ball team opens its home season Fort Myers, is in Its first year
cause of a shoulder injury. Doing the defensive work will Friday night with a non-con. as a senior high school. Its
t Out for at least one more game be such players as Harris,Hack ference against Cypress Lake's'team consists mainly of fresh.
coaches report,senior tailback ney BUT Hartter, Ray Filers, Purple Panthers. men and 10th graders The Panthers .
Donald Walker, a hard-to-catch Weeks, Treadwell John Bass, The Indians of Coach Bill Brox. opened up last week witha
runner and a good punter. Walk. Koch, Raymond son opened up In good style last 19.6 loss to Fort Myers Lee.
HERE IS 1961 NAPLES High School football low Frank Townsend, Jim Keen, David Bales, er's left knee was twisted the Alan Foster. The defensive Peterson,crew and week, winning a {5.0 Caloosa Cypress Lake took a 6-0 first-
tram, which will open its home season Friday Paul Callan, Rex Starter, Dudley Goodlete Jerry week preceding the Arcadia received compliments from the Conference decision at Alva. Im. quarter lead on an 85-yard scam
night against an offensive-minded Venice eleven Rose Fourth row, Fr"ld Moss, Bill Spencer, Nick coaches for a good job againstthe mokalee Is favored to defeat :per by quarterback Buckshot Ttio.
Front row, from left, Van Weeks, Steve Clark, Pedro Carter Bryan, Jeff Johnson, Al Hackney good Arcadia team Cypress Lake, and If It does, i man, but Lee pretty well cow
Bruce Harris, ;!uz Ritchie Billy Bryan, Bob Koch, Back row, Brad Unkeless Bill Hartter, John Salle, Venice's potent offense is ijuar. 1963 the team will match Its entire I I talned the Panthers after that.
season of two vie.
Donald Walker. Second row John Bass, Raymond John Binder Keith Orschell, George Frye. Ray Chip JohnsonOff terbacked again this year by RJoel.on. tortes output

Peterson, Alan Foster, Wayne Jenkins. Lee Eilers was not present for picture. The 16kpound senior Fullback Harley Thomas,king
Treadwell, Eric Steele, Richard Woodruff. Third (NEWS photo) To England, the quarterback west coast Is and one a of candidate the best for on pin of the Immokalee running Paul Says Club

all-state honors. attack, and halfback Jerry Rut.
Can Be Saved
ledge each scored two touchdownsat

r Fights TuesdayNaples HIGHLY/ REGARDED"I Alva, Sophomore quarterback For Cleveland
/ wouldn't trade a healthy Danny Browning did a good Job,
pro boxer Chip Johnson Ray Joelson for any quarterbackin too, and these three will lead the CLEVELAND (AP) "The
leaves Miami today for England, the state," Venice coach Jim Indians' offense Friday club can be saved for Cleveland
where he will fight a highly Powell said "We will respect' I don't know the formula, but it
regarded heavyweight In a Tues. his Judgment on that," Morris can be done."

Wantahousefulof lay Johnson's night bout in Birmingham.is responds.Joelson. SWF Golf LeagueIn That was the latest summa.
gained good yardage tlon offered by Gabe Paul,
Prescott, youthful but a veteran
on sneaks against North Fort Cleveland Indians' general
fighter. He Is ranked sixth in the Final MatchAt
Myers last week and completed manager after he turned downa
summertime? Phone: British Empire listing of heavy.weights .11 of 14 passes for 103 yards reported $4,5.mtlllon offer

George DeBusman, He scored one touchdown op aneiiht.yard Cape: CoralThe Wednesday to move the Tribe
Johnson's manager ssys. and from Cleveland to Oakland
run tossed a 20. ,
Other bouts are lined up for yard TD pall.Dackfteld seventh and final match Calif.
(MI. 2.3159/P) / !': ': the Naples boxer engagement. teammates Include in the Southwest Florida Inter. Seattle, Atlanta and Dallas\
with Peru's heavyweight champ.Ion
fullback John Henne and fist club Golf League will be played also are reportedly trying to
Davllla in Lima
Roberto woo the Indians from
halfback Paul Peden, whose Saturday at Cape Coral. dinner away
has been 30 days un.
postponed outside running was too much will follow golf play to climaxthe Lake Erie
for Standard Oil! til October 18. On October 22a The Oakland offer came in a
Heating for the NFM defense. Peden summer play of the seven .
bout is set with Amos
telegram from Jim Stockman, a
dashed 21
yards for a score and clubs In the league.'
Johnson in Akron Bernie bulled over for the fourth Going Into this final match the hotel owner and chairman of the
Chip Johnson knocked out touchdown on a one-yard run as Cape Coral team leads the field newly formed Oakland Baseball
One easy telephone call-and you're > Amos Johnson in 2:09 of the first Venice knocked off the Red and appears to have the league Corp Paul sent a telegramrefusing
round 26 In Louisville.
August Knights, 25.7.' championship In the bag. On aba the offer.
assured of Standard's dependable Fight offers began in at
: ; Morris says Venice must becoming sis of awarding seven points fora Paul has said he had received
delivery service. And that means a a fast pace after that fight, DeBusman along defensively because first place win and scaling fantastically attractive offers
said If the Naples fight. the veteran North Fort downward one point according tot1n1.hini from 10 or 12 cities seeking the
house full of relaxing warmth er can stay in good phy.lcal.hape financially troubled indians'franchl.e
sunny, Myers team was able to cross positions in a match,
all winter. A house where the In these future engagements, he the Indians' goal line only once. Cape Coral has accummulated ,
\ ,may go over to England again On three other occasions:: Inside I9f Vi points after six matches. Cleveland civic leaders mean.
I family blooms, and guests beam! 'And fight Billy Walker later. the five, NFM ran into fierceVenice Big C'prlS.I.1o second place while, have launched a drive to
Standard Heating Oil is uniformly ,. DeBus man was In Miami Tues. goal-line stands with 30 points and too far behind sell 8,000 season tickets for the
day and said his man "appearssharper In points to overtake Cape 1965 season, the same number
clean-burning safe. And our home r than he has ever look. Coral. Points accummulated by Seattle Is trying to sell.
ed before." Johnson has an 8.5.1 Paul said the Tribe finished
other league members are as
deliveries are as dependable as the oil record, all against respected Three Team Up follow Fort Myers and Lehlgh $1.2 million in the red last sea.

I I itself. So phone for a fill-up today. 1 + 4. opponents been by close His or five split losses decisions.have To Win TourneyAt Acres in a tie with 24V4 points; son and so far has lost $800,000.
Beach Club 19;; Port
W. Smith ' MooringsThe 171) andCypressLake,13'/i' Elect
I Roy Agent DudleyTo
r, trio of Elsie AbbottNancy Twenty players and tour alter.
Harry Slottag C reason, and Sue Link won Wed. notes have shot qualifying roundsto Golfdom's
I : Naples, Fla.STANDARD Tops CompetitionAt nesday's front-nine best ball represent Big Cypress In Sat
threesomes tournament held by urdays match and the team will Hall Of Fame

Beach Club The Moorings Country Club's be shooting for..second place in
[ Women's Golf Assn. the league standings &Jutot.DlN. Fla (AP) Ed.
About 25 players turned out The group plans a "beat pro The Beach Club was short few ward B. Dudley, a celebrated
01 L for Wednesday's regular outing McDevitt" tournament next week. players for a 20-man team early player and teacher of golf, has
of the Beach Club Men's Golf Players are reminded to make this morning but is expected to been elected to Golf's Hall of
Association and shot In com- their own game, an association be at full strength by match time Fame, 11 months after his deathat
We take better care of your comfort f petition for low net honors spokesman said Saturday. 62.

Harry Slottag, a former win- The Professional Golfers'
ner of the County Championship THE FAST RED MILE FEW CLOSE ONES Association announced today
I, Tournament copped first LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) The Throughout Naples High Dudley was elected by
present members of the
J Hall of
I honors with a net 68. Other Lexington trotting Ir"k. where School's 12-year football his Fame to be the 35th man to hold
winners were Al Hackett at 69j many record have been set, n tory there have been only five the honor.
It 3 L.F. McConnell andGeorgeEl- known a. the Fast Red Mlle games decided by a single point. Besides winning numerous
t M'1' rod at 71; and Tom Abbott and In 10 day last fall, there were Naples: defeated Venice 13- tournaments during his pro

Irs Capelle.st 72. 25 davhei of two. minutes forless 12, In 1960 and Miami Military career, Dudley taught many
for the mile.MOTOR 14-13 in 1961, but lostto famed pupils, including former
Pahokee In 1961, 7-6. and President Eisenhower Ding
dropped two 7-8 decisions last Crosby and Bob Hope.
''lala year to Puma Gorda and Fort was president of the PGA
1 Myers. from 1942 through 1948.

_ iflfly County Tourney PlayersTee

i Off At Beach ClubTom

r run ser The 13th annual County Abbott vs George Guy;
Championship Golf Tournament Tom Weeks vs Dan Breeden;

gets underway today at the Dick Sowers vs George Elrod;
Beach Club. Forty five players Irs Capelle\ vsGeorgeO'Green;
_ ire entered and pairings R.B. Abbott vs Mike Mervaj
have been made In three flights. and Bob Spencer vs Ishle Taus.

There will be championship In the first Right the pairings'
flight, and a first and second are Art Faulconer vs Don El-
flight bracketing players of
; Dale Uhlich vs Bill
equal ability. Leading the Whlteleyj Utlmer Brown vs

'{ championship flight Is the 1963 bye; C.H. Carr vs Al Hac-
f Announcement tourney winner Dale Williams kett, Clarence Davis R.Cox
: .. He Is paired with Jerry Fyke Will Woodlll vs Dr. Bill;
In the first round. Bailey; Fred Schmuckervs Bob
It Is that first round
r '6 urgent Hartnettj; Frank Griswold vs Al
) matches be played before Sep Foster.
r tember 30, Beach Club Pro Second
flight pairings ares
S Paul announced The County Vince Wood vs J.B. Taylor
Tourney has to be completedby
HJ3. Watkins\ vs Frank Blair
hood, the (ul .wldth grille, the unique front pillar lights.) The ride is new. It's the October 18 In order to clear Nick Mlnarlch vs Fred Pauleyj
Ford Motor introduces an course for the annual Flor-
Company smoother, solider, quieter. Inside, there's a wide selection of options for personal! ida PGA Tournament which Les Grimes vs bye; Bun
Woolworth v> R, Golden CoLe
kind of for 1965 customizing-luxury features once reserved only for the most expensive cars. stans the following week. Cline vs Robert Steele; Rollie
entirely new Mercury Other pairings In the championship -
The idea behind all this newness is to bring you the most luxurious, bestriding flight are as follows: Rice vs Dewey Craig; and Bill

'now in the Lincoln Continental tradition car in its field: . a Mercury that reflects the Lincoln Continental 1 tradition. Harry Slottag vs Homer DIxon Cunningham vs bye.

See how well the idea works-at your Mercury dealer's. No medium-price

We predict that many people seeing a 1965 Mercury for the first time will automobile has ever CHECK DOCK

wonder: "What car is that?" Mercury is that new. The look is new. Completely. iome so near in luxury -j] I OFFICE

Low, sleek, beautifully proportioned. (Notice the long, low proportions of the to the high-price
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Aussie Davis Cup Team T Pays '1 rTTW'L' or! ?

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Little Attention To Captain : ::' "t'f: ;.; f ': :

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Lew Hoed. Ken Rosewall 'f (lit""". "Qn ... ,'''' .,' .--"INJ :: ,":t. ...,;...;"

Etolle, No. 2 man on the Australian and Rod Laver they always

Davit Cup tennis team resented his continued efforts to

pulped down a flats of foamy treat them like school kids who i&k74 joqPi

beer and lit a cigarette. have played hookey.

I Roy Emerson hit teammate Such Is the case with Emer.

nonchalantly blew cigarette son and Stolle.

smoke into the air. He smiled at Hopman tells them they

hit pretty wife and bounced hit shouldn't talk to newsmen. They JWIdwa' 2.2/07

young son on hit kne.. laugh, and they talk. /
J Harry Hopman the dour Aut. He tells them they shouldn't

trail in captain looked but drink or smoke. When they get ._ _. _. _. ._. ._. ._. ._. _. _. _. _. ._.. _. _-:_. ._.. ._.. _. .aaa.. . _. _. _. _. _. _. ._.. ._.. ._.. ._, .. .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-

: laid nothing. thirsty, they knock off a glass of

Could this be Harry Hopman beer They smoke when they 1-Announcement 13-Help Want. Female 49-Houses For Rent

the feared Captain BUgh of the please. Both are employed by
"VtRAb; bt-AL'lY; SALON Oil i* G tlT Wenled TypngRocept Efficiency I for rent ,'
tennis cigaret companies. ;
court on be trained' for ceted Week er month I.t7't
who Emerson and 25 loin tIN St South co ordinet, color. in Kitchn, -
Could this be the man Z'7. Stolle ,no Corner of llth Ave 4 ng
Cab'nol Co A.ply ' Colli" I'O IN 1100
once fined hit players two thill longer are children. They rebelled 7th. Street Ml I ttt7 Count New Sos I7 37 A-41. Furn I bdrm. *pt*. Efflclen

lags for picking up the wrong earlier this year against I'll If 1/24 ItS cle.. .. TV Air" Cond 741 4th
Ave So Ml 1451749Houses
-i S fork at a dinner table the mart. Australian tennis officialdom 2BiketFOR ,np.1"* Mature won,a050rt*

Inet who refused to let wives and the Aussie brass begged dint Able to Apertment meet people Motel and menegar willing, For Rent

accompany members of Ms them to come back and help get SALE to slay i nonenlng000 I "00.'
ends Knowledg* of office procedure I Ssdroonn hoi.o I orron'. corn.plotoly .
team, who forbade drinking and back the cup. HONDA HAWK $100 AND helpful Attractive livIng furniahed, chigan' Av.
tmoklngtand Invoked strict 10 They came back, but on their quart.ra, Writ Colllet entonaar Party Pantry In
County Newa P 0. Boa I 1717 WhiiemanStreet ;
terms. And these terms TAKE OVER PAYMENTS nuirs.I II4S Frank
curfews? own
p.m. A 40 tor ,nterv,ew till Bt or MIdway 4491

It was the tame but hit apparently dont Include too CALL Ml 2.62893BoatsMotors While, maid tor molel work MI Sits IfAttr.cIiv

whip was gone much guidance from the sub. t J9IO l4 tfInterview uueil Haul. t

Today his chief Importance at dued Hopman. tor Market reaeercnCor Slobs from now ... Gala
I Accel. and telephone ..**"'..1. School completely' I furnished
Davis Cup captain Is to wipe off No soliciting, of fund or telling 140 per; month on yierlv ;leeieor :

the racket handles and hand his -SACIUFICEI! Write giving' education *iiprinc rent monthly, Call IIiU.D.c.b. .
PUBLIC NOTICE end hour available. for s/SI If
L. players a glass of orange Juice work Reteerch Servicea Corp .. through Apr I '7Bedroom
'( Al 1
on the change of courts. 59 Johnson 35' Firt R o.o.rc N Building" 2500 I Block to beach
_ _ 'IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT OF THE S W Jrd Avenue M,ami Jl. Fla I Adult. no pet*. Box 701 Ml
Hopman still tries to play it TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN shape. NEVER RUN IN ..'?4 ?t t 4730 I/H It

GRIM BUSINESS-These four determined young men may look worried now, but the tough. He acts at If he'. chief of AND FOR COLLIER COUNTV, WATER. Will sell
will be even higher in Cleveland Sept. 25.27 when Australia tries to regain the an Australian Gestapo. NO 2145 14-H.lp Wanted Mal.W.ntod 50-Rooms For Rent

Pressure from the United States The Big Four in the 1964 challenge round should be He It a scrawny sandy-halred NOTICE OF SUITL now at $250 cash. Kel Mica" Man C KIllaI Roum I lur ,,.
I A. BOWLING, ot el I. 1,111 1\1 I>"V'I.
}Roy Emerson of Australia (top left); Dennis Ralston of the United States (top right). Fred ex-newspaperman who walks Plaintiff*. ler 2-3565 after 5:30.: ontplyn..et 1".11'0" V for.arrOun riht man I ". .dy... loges If dea'red 4:4 I'd Street

Stolle of Australia (bottom left), and Chuck McKinley of the United States. around as If he Just bit Into a : VaMARCELLA. A. MELIN et .1.1D.f."d. 'TOil hardtop Chris Craft I Csilior County N.ws I/SI eon.I So S"7dI MI ? 2601 aft*, 00 P M

lemon. He treat the press with .",*. Sea ::'fr' twin \105 hp motera, l7'l C 55

.disdain. He bars Interviews with TO: MARCELLA A MELIN ship' to ahore talley. I bunka.. S3-Llstings Wanted
76344 York RoadHuntlngton stand up head fathometer, e. 13-Sales Help Wanted
his players. He tries to keep Wood Michigan c.II."t condition" Phone MI
I Reds' Win Over his team secluded behind a YOU MARCELLA: A. MELIN are 2 24'! aftrr T n m v;< ;t Salaaman. wanted toaallnew Havo last by yers N.plos'or low Collior cool, horn,SIn
Baseball J/ !hereby notified thet S complaint' to and uaed cars Prefer' local men COUnty
velvet curtain. 'h."y roo on the Troll 0/lIt
forecloae certain mortgage on the Business Oppi. with automobile parlance .
The man who once was labeled followin' dncrbed. property' to wit who N.s.beon ....Ir. to eernbetter
I Phillies Puts Lota I. t and I, Block S. Tier S. BUSINESS then everege. Selling 57-Hou For Sale
Harry the Fox has been opportunity' North
PLAN OF NAPLES, according to mathoda must be h'gh level
unmasked at a frustrated Caesar thereof recorded In Plet Book Trail location Burgan 4. along with a likmp. to meet Cuelom built J b.3Toom. 2 bail,
Roundup whose chief value flat pege S of the Public Record drink All. new equipment' t people, Beat eammiaaion plan air. cond horn Near golf
to the bedroom I beth home In rear
CIt.r County Florida I Orn furniahed with otherBol couru Many oIra I.alurnGrounds
? THC ASSOCIATED PRU3 team Is to see that It Is well h.. been filed ...1"., you and you of bu.I".... Pricad el 141000 fringo ban.fits. Sos Coyco .. beout lully lenduapedhaded .
AP The, stocked with towels and .,* required to aerve copy .. with good term to qualifiedpurchaaar '&n. Wood Chy.lor PIvnouIls. with pricalaai oak Iran
) i ,
( soap .. Shown by appoint Tra I DrIve Bow .
your A"." or Pleading to the complaint jnjc"nI )Imp North by JOS Line' Or The
There's Mickey Mantle ana Lake Erie would be more Cincinnati Reds think they've>I after workouts. on the plaint,tit. attorneya, "'."'. Moorings and call ua for an

Marls and Mel Stottle. it made and all Once regardedhim HIXON NIXON CROWLEY: P O Available appointment today Priced at
Roger fitting. got now can go many persons Sot 131. Neple. Floride, and III, DEWEY POLLY 16-Help 147.600.

myre and Pedro Ramos. All The doubleheader sweep the way to the National League as a genius responsible for ' good reasons why the New York against the Indiana was the pennant. his country's long string of cup I J the office of the Clerk of the CI,. ssionu I work ".IO".bl. Lucille Otto Virgil,I Marcum
Court before the REALTY
null' on or 12nd Noble Wriht
H. W'IIO", MI 5 7217II
Yankees have taken an Impos. Yankees' second In two nights, Acting Manager Dick Sisler successes. I I day of October. 'UM If you fail pnicOs SIN..d
lead in laid of Since 1950 he hat had Io do ao 'Judgment by defeult will
Ing four-game the Amer. them a 9.0 record at Cleve. the three-game sweep access ] Ota Polly Realtor DEWEY POLLY
gave b. talon *.*,mat you for the relief Dewey a gwid lible
Ican League pennant race with land this season and extended the leagueJeadlng Philadelphia to the best tennis talent in the ,demended In the complaint Corner of let "' '1.. No 4 ", :: mansforelioge )

only 10 games remaining. their latest winning streak to Phllt "glvet us the chance we world but Australia lost the cup each Thin w..k notice hll for be four publlahed conaecutivo one. Tamiaml Ml 14191 T.IISERVICE : ,I :b nw., S. ary r.d.acOnd'ary. VolA.uilblo REALTY

But the Yankees may actually nine while lowering their magic need and we Intend to stay hot." three times, 1954, lD58 and 1963 !"..k. In The Collier County New, STATION WrI' So. In7 "Aff Col.

have started moving to the frontof number to The Reds are Just SVi game always to U.s. teams admittedly i Neolea, Floride "Iir COunty News 121 II Gsa Deway Polly, Realtor
pennant-clinching AND ... ... Corner lat Ave No.
DONE ORDERED at tail Mod. vie. .I.tiO" for I. Mnwilhll, yeere experience and
the pack when Yogi Berra six back now, after defeating Phlla. Inferior. I,Naplea Florida. thin 22nd dy of by Ati."tio Rofinins Co Loc.. In Office, M."...",'.", daairaa Tamiaml' Trail
stepped to the back of the bus. Any combination of victoriesby ..delphla 8.4 Wednesday night. Hopman's best Job was with i September tIM lion 1201 No. Tamlaml. Trail" it to locale In or... til Yucca Rd23Miic. Ml I 41SS

That was the day the Yankee the Yankees and losses by They have the day off today younger playert. He It a good Clerk MARGARET Circuit T Court SCOTT, INs rograrn Mooring,.,".".1.Paid' ...training,,,....... If 11? MOVE RIGHT IN

manager blew the whistle on the wiU bring New before starting a five-game conditioner and disciplinarian.But Collier County, Florida For further 'Information call Mr For Sale lit llth fttraat North I Bad
runners-up By EDITH TYOETT, DC Thome, Ft Fla W*. room, I Oath ,.,.ureenod
Phil LAna and his harmonica series In three days against the when hit pupils matured It"Y
York Its filth straight pennant. HIXON NIXON CROWLEY S1744 or iii Ivy Av* """"""" "eACKiMCT1Frlgdelre porch laraga. Central Heel and
playing, the discordant notes Baltimore and Chicago woundup last place New York Mets at players such as Frank Sedg. By, /WILLIAM D. HIXON Ft Mvara. Fie .,1 lot II (t ralriaarator, Air Condi!'onlnf SI I7 too. MOO

apparently resulting In a great the day tied for second place Shea Stadium. Attorney. for plilnllff Moving: into home; with built, Inapphancaa tea down and and 'lilt per month with
Sept >4 Oct. I. S. II. 1IM *301 Iniuranca. FHA, no
has '1 don't like the 12-Help Wanted See et U71 M leno closIng .
er harmony that carried the the Orioles losing to Detroit 10. Idleness Dr. aorento Oardena nil' O "1.VJNCE

Yankees from 4V4 games behindto 3 while the White Sox defeatedthe said Slsler. "We have a chance NOTICE OF INTENTION TO W..N1i.D 39 inch 0 E "ov. C." b. ..." CONBOY

four In front. Los Angeles Angels 2.1. and we have to stay hot. We Ralston Eyes REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME mild "h L.". North ., callfrl
The underalgned doe hereby certlfy Qualified party to atari own 9" &Ih As's ..kw.y
Since LAna went "toot, toot"on Though not Impossible, the can't afford to lose." thet h'lu'li conducting 5 bualnaaa I With or without capl I 11705 _ _ _ MI 117..
hit $2.50 the Vada Plnson whose two horn. cabinet and ,r. bualnaaa I at lei Some oupenence "....... ttautiful Fmbe pettel mint tlI7 tf
mouthpiece pennant chances of Baltimore 1140 Davle Boulevard Naplea' FlorIda I have I lerge building in good "0''. Brand new condition. Will
Yankees have played .727 ball and Chicago have almost van. ers provided the Reds' victory Pros; McKinley under the fictitlou name of location with plenty of perking ..II for snaat oiler. Mid. 'aterfrent' J bedroom Silo
with 24 victories In 33 margin said In the happy vlsl. Btonf,eld. Cabinet 4 Furniture and ar.. and also living ouertor. wiy I >a>0 _'/30 II b..h. CBS Furnished or u"lu
games, tshed. Should the Yankees win lIst saId firm I Ii composed of the What have your Write full da. br hi colors "" 2U1 Gulf V,ew Drive.
Including the sweep of a double. only half of their 10 remaining tors' dressing room In Connie Info BusinessCLEVELAND following .....0". whoae ".mm andplacet tail. Collier County Newt, P rei'ore.oat them a carpel will, Blue, lualreRant S/Il I'
header from Cleveland 4.3 In 11 Mack Stadium "We're smellingthat of realdoncoa ere at follow: 0 Baa Ill A ti 1/M tf laclric ahampore II
games, the Orioles and White Marvin W. Banfield, Ni'INGr" Duple f bedroom end I
Furnilurs Ce \ltt
Innings and 6-4 Wednesdaynight. Sox would have to win all eight series money now, and wedon't (AP) Chuck Illl Rainbow Cove, Naples, '1.. Wanted.Someone. eeneble. of IlluitratIng p1. .bath.'ed eech aide Furniehed. Lo
Marvin J. Banfield llO lAO 'in Tamaiml' l4icNtt Ei
of their to get a tie. Intend to let It go. and Dennis Ralston children' book SendMrTS Ire lot Included
games McKinley 1131 Chrletopher Court Naplea.Ownerahlp lows 10.. '.". Monoprarns, but. priced el
And LEna, who hasn't playedhis In other AL action, Washing Staler, noting the Reds have have a special Incentive In the '1., tainpIos 8 flIt 0' work to J..k 1/24 l.v.0' tonholea, sown on autlona, fancyatitchaa 111.000 I Good Iorn,5Asset
harmonica since 20 won seven of their last eight of Benfleld Cabinet 1 'M': 90. Smell balance or |l >i abs
Aug. ton edged Boston 1.0 and MiMe. Davit Cup Challenge Round this 4 Furniture I Is aa folio we' ..t -,-__ per month Write Boa IM A41 Lucille OIlS Virgil I MarcumNoble
figures to get hit chance toon.He sota nipped Kansas City 2.1 said "The pressure It not on us weekend both admit it may Marvin W. Benfleld M% live in Collier County NewaM tt Wright
If want to
Marvin' J. Benfleld SO* you
has made this promise one bit. We're loose. We're play.
Can 63,000 Philadelphia be be their last.McKinley It la their Intention to apply to
"If we clinch the pennant, 111 Ing good ball. It's the Phillies 24, plans to aban.the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Naples Area 26-p..onal l DEWEY POLLY
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wrong end for Collier County Florida toragieter If enjoy working with
who are hurting. you
bring harmonica Into the
my Yet, say the Cincinnati Reds don the International tennis the aald ".", of .."...Id', ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS''' REALTY
dressing room and play a tune. Phllt' Manager Gene Mauch, under the people Man
and if circuit after this year and con Cebmet 4 Furniture pro or women wih drfhtlngprobleme
The only notes I know now are they're playing as they however shrugged off the viaiona of Chapter tOISl Law ef If want rent 4: utilities AsS lor help by.."
meant cent rate on a career In stocks Acta of 141 you ... .
It. Florida' in| Ml I Oil V. cord ally Gee Dewey Polly, "..ltor
'Way Down Upon. The Suwannee The charging Reds defeatedthe suggestion that hit team may be and bonds. Ralston, 22, Is seriously W,,"... their henda, thin lit day Free welcomed Meetings in Firaltaptiat Corner lat Ave No and
River." pressing too much. 01 '"VSSXnin Church ..."".. on SIN Tamiaml Trail,'
the If need only normal
National LeagueJeadlng "We'reon pros. BENFIELD you a SI at 7th Ava every Tuea andrn'nia.ht MI 551St
he said.
Phillies 6.4 Wednesday night for "Baloney "U we should lose the Davis PARKS MARVIN 4 EMERSONAttorneys J. BENFIELD Income at a H PM H.-J 54mm. 1 boll home
and that's where we'regoing
the third straight time and top Cup I definitely wouldn't be at Lawl If you enjoy Pleasant Lots wash aalaly: : with new compi.Te wIll Ill' garage, Air
to ttay. available to to Australia" l Ith Avenue SouthNeplea D.s.A Dial Tabiata Only IIcanta Conditioning 4 landacaped lawnS
moved to within 3V4 games of go '- Large deluno loss
"The pressure started In Flor. Florida Surroundings Marrell. Drugs. KM jtueel
the top. No one haa been that McKinley recent graduate of sept a. 10 n t4 .;tiTN Write Collier County News fifth Ave '0. Naplai33Servltes Locale/. Gulf Drive 7thUN
Ida, during spring training Thu, C 5 Panes ....h Club
Trinity University In San Anto.' jLl "
close to Philadelphia since San 1 THE CIRCUIT COURT A.46 Golf C....... Walking dutanceto
"We were determined then P. 0. Box stating qutltflcatlona
Francisco was three out nlo, Tex., said today. "I TWELFTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT beach chopping' schools.
garnet Offered
that we had the stuff to win We wouldn't have time. OF FLORIDAIN 9.24 /fit13Help aolf Open: for mapaction I II
Aug. 11.The Wed .
Man Fn
AND FOR or by eppnintment
know we still have It, And we
Phillies' fifth loss In their "1 plan to go Into business COLLIER COUNTY Owner Jack Love
Want. Female
will win. CHANCERYORDER SEA WALLS lilt SIN tt So or phone MlM77I
last six the financial end of it, maybe I IN
games came, Ironically 5/54 n
Sisler said Cincinnati has the No __ n..d.O Iu Can' CONCRETE WOOD
Wall Street. I might play Wlm. bios lady ia* MOCK
enough on the day TO SHOW CAUSE
they began momentum to win the pennantnow eta" '' ''. 125 K.yol.n e Sld(
accepting orders for World Se. bledon but I wouldn't take a RULE NISI' PsSII Aol 5o, Pllane S till forappoinlrnant. Foundation Piles 58-Lott For Sale
and out
points S/Of II
month out of the summer to ,
rles tickets Postmen ,
delivered Petitioner'
13Br Docks-Mooring Whips .
18 tacks of mall Phlla must play the Reds twice make the tour." . Went full or perl time. I lad,.. Lorg Rid0. I desirblo o.lot I" Pine
holding -- - - -- - nac.ns two
more more and St. Louis three times THE STATE; OF FLORIDA well known In Community w"thecceaa IAOIN Automatic ABBOTTRadio and ene of the few acros
Ralston 22 with another '
than 63,000 ticket requests.The year and th. ''payer.*, properly. to car far piaaaant work lots 'in Pine remaining
THI ASSOCIATED PailS Beds weren't The Cards are 5Vi games back. to go at the University of South, ownera and citnan of Sand rapliea Io Coll er CountNawa / eats "' b. Ridge where em
accepting NipS Ihorsen
Collier, County Florid.. P. 0. lei 1717 A4[ % 010.'
National League orders, but they had authorize. era California acknowledged Including, non.,..' ."'. owning S/IS II. Radio Road Priced soIl.

W. L. Pet. G.B., tlon to print tickets. Tate Sidelines that lie was more than casually property or subject) to I COdS I 4111 t 44?* DAVID C JONI'I_ Sees ...".
Philadelphia BO 63 .588 Interested in Uietion' thorn, -Ill FillS- ; P -
"We're smelling that Series joining the pros. D.fod.nts. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS Ave SoIIOM

Cincinnati 88 68 .566 3/i money now, and we don't intendto One Grid Player, "I would like to win Wimble Th. ebevs ..... ..rnin5 0" to be PUBLIC NOTICE tocrilice b..ulofu'' CO,"., "lot

St. Louis 84 67 .556 5 don or our championship first fI.srd upon 'he PIIiOnthSS, _ d.y n.ro.w Hgh' School Cost
let it Aid Vada
go Plnson ,
fI.d 5.rin oy collr count PUMP ENGINES Will take U.100. Phone
San Fran. 85 68 .556 5 whose two homers in coitsecu. Recruits AnotherMIAMI but that's not essential" he politiFloride,. oubdivuion' I :In II., aI.I.. :: 'IN THC CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 0 dst '115 It

Milwaukee 78 73 .517 11 tlve Innings! brought the Reds (AP) Miami Coach added. "If we won here and I aaeking to ,so,.to 0.deteauthority "...I Obi,.gat TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF 2542 S.rrelt A.... Ml" | 44436Wanted

Pittsburgh 77 73 .513 lltt their seventh victory In eight Charlie Tate sidelined another got a good offer, I'd probably ,on Bonda of said' county to the FLORIDA COUNTY'. IN AND IN FOR NgiWurTHEL 5,171 5. 59-Acreage

Lot Angeles 75 77 .493 14'/4 football player Wednesday and take It." amount of ISM.000. for the purpoaeef Chancery No SIll
games. 0 of reel "
.cquIr,5.trd propertyby
.C' tracts IS 00 dew
PCTCRSONPlaintiff To
Chicago 69 82 .457 20 Philadelphia Manager Gene promptly announced he'. Ralston and McKinley who purcheae for etc end operetion SARAH Buy $1 00 p.' month. N. 'n'".'ond...
Houston 64 90 .416 26Vi Mend disagreed. recruited a 210 pound basketball wrested the cup from the A us.traliant .. county facility, park, and b to...h.n determine S'recreetional the v. Used p..lup lc4s' wanI,4 I". aM. Ona. "'". from Golden
Open .
New York 51 100 .338 38 '"Baloney" he declared. Slayer to Join the dwindling last year In Adelaide Is .IiIy of the prOcoedi,5I had o'd DAVID JOHN PITIRSONDafandenl. ertiee Good condition Mamtenonc.,*. C Im.*. 1211" Prop Ird ..liar.C.r: R..ny' tunday ftf":,
W.dnesday'sRe.ult. "We',. on top and that's where squad. will try to defend it In tennis' pr.lirnir.ry with lIno ,,Is.tt.and. .f In'h.con.lCIiOII ..-. NOTICE OF SUIT IL1? o.i M 'fIAut" 5 Soron. Clot. ', to 41

Cincinnati e, Philadelphia 4 we're going to stay." Stewart Marcus, Junior bat. world finals Friday, Saturday ou.ncs of ouch bo"d.. and oo.bUtga TO: David' Jasmine John, P.I.rsanMIS Avenue. 5145 .cro. ,, .. Collior t... .
and decree In thIs Court to velidele ) For Sale ty,,"..lty. Last on th. Tr.,,.
New York 2, St. Louis 1 The Phillies have nine garnet ketball player from Miami Sunday on the green clay and confirm the i..u.".. of aid Apertmanl ILea .

Chicago 9, Lot Angeles 6 remaining while Cincinnati Bea"h, lettered In high school composition court of the HaroldT. bonds. and ..,d Pet'lion now havmg ere Angalea hereby 14 notified CaliforniaVou that cult fOR kALE Golden net 2H acres, unit /*
Clark been presented to thi* Court and IMS Chaw |?2IOO N* offer near model home |2.000
San Francisco 4, Houston 1 with three more losses than the football. Tate said Marcus Stadium. hat bean you DAVID oqui
the Court being fully advised ,In N"h. refuted fIt loin Ave South ty. payment* per %
Pittsburgh 7, Milwaukee 4 leaders has 10 to play.PENNANT would not tee action Saturday They will play both singlesand rr'Ts"1"ORDERED: JOHN cuusaain d you ere hereby ebove entitled required -- Sacrifice Owner W E Ceo*. | 314 North w't II;

Today's Garnet against Georgia Tech, but that doublet against the heavily ADJUDGED to aarve upon Plaintiff attornay by '0" L.ud.rd.1. LU. UU7
AND DECREED thet the Stete of *121 05
Milwaukee at Philadelphia, N RACESAT he would be ready soon favored Australian tandem of Florida. through the .,.,. Attorney harcen Nose. your name written and oddrota defanaeaif appear II' Tempo. I Or Automatic JO acre* adjoining, Coconut

Lot Angeles at Chicago End George Lamble sprainedan Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle. of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit beend any, to the Bill of Comple in Trans Radio 4 slat belle
it la ...b yrqulro d to Show Reel, thin 4 A I ETOooW-ws
St. Louis at Pittsburgh 2, twi. ankle In Wednesday's work. The draw was scheduled at 11 cauaa, If any there be, before thin to said you auil herewith copy .f on which or,before'la delivered October oiler over |;oo.Cond Can"t onSett be 0n.., F>. 0. Bon 130*,., N a plea.ftf' .
night A GLANCENational out while running down field fora awn. EST today at a midtown Court on the INN day ef October. lath, I IH4Harem ...C It.,. SIN ... N. Fl.
UM at I 00 clock PM within,
Only garnet scheduledFriday's pass First string linemen:hotel, arranging pairings for the mid Circuit at the Court Houae ,in fall not or decree proconfetto 0124 Area *
League match Eeet 1'1.' ",... Floride. why eaul will be entered against you IMI Pontie tier Ch,ef. 4 0, $110 A Tracts .litoi A.
Garnet Nock and Mattock I Iwere threewlay be.t.ot.nve
James John
for I NroliO f prayed in the till
W. L. Pet. G.B. Left bonda and the procood.n5. incident aadan. factory air." rd.O. heeler ThIs ,Is SOsoce ." ,"v..nt
Cincinnati at New York, 2, 90 63 .588 sidelined earlier this week. 'series.Centerfaring thereto ehould not be vefdeted and of Complaint pw breket tinted flat' pw lor Fr., Land.
Phlla. 9 Tha nature of said setS being for
leering hydremetie Iran all" 10 Aar tract
confirmed by a decree of INn Court W/ IIJ- on tie
night Cln'nail 86 66 .566 3i 10- -- In confnrmitv. !. the Braver .-t d'vorc' ___ _. in excellent condition Phone of Capri HI.wey. new .*
Milwaukee at Philadelphia, N St. Louis 84 67 .556 5 11 forth -in -said Petition -and -pursuant sold WITNIII Court: el rn Naplea yoanels.a. Florida, I thisPIN of S 4121 o"n. I IV 17 or 5/I" It Naples la Merc ..r'f: :: ,
St. Louis at Pittsburgh N I t* the ,law of the Stale of Florid a* September JH4MAROARIT Adiecent Lend Priced. C,,".....
San Frsn85 68 .556 5 10 in auch caae m.de and provided day t SCOTT Machinery Equip. orally H'ghor than our*. Good
Lot Angeles at Houston N ,IT is FURTHER Tortes
Games remaining ORDERED AND Clara, of Circuit Court (undiy*.
San Francisco at Chicago DECREED that the Clerk of this By EDITH TYOITT Port.I 15,051 KM Angle' Defer CARisTBtAN REALTYU72N.Ifr".MI
Philadelphia home 4; Mil. Court be end he >* hereby requiredIo : Deputy Clark I2SOOOO 4M down, monthlyo.w .

waukee 4. Away 5; St. Louis 3, ceuee thi* Order to be pub. shad. PARKS. t MERtON, _. ... belence The War 2...illS.Fl *
American League Cincinnati >n The Collier' County New new* MS Fifth Avenue SouthNapiaa Mil C*. Inc Phone 0' SCOt viasre traM. gte,, to bIapl,..
W. L. Pet. G.B. paper 'publiehed in the City of Florida or OX S 12l Ochopee. Fie' on ,..". H... golf IOU,...
ClndMatI-J.t home 5 end of generel (IrculetionIn I
Pitta 111
JOHN W EMERSONAIt.rIv5 down 13.
; Bya/
aad .. our "'''''".
County" eech week for
93 59 .612
New York *
3 Philadelphia 2. I..., for Pla.ntif5.of. 45 Trailers .MA"LOWII 5 "CK "J
burgh Away a three conaecutiv w..k.pl. For Rent lit
10 17 14 Oct I. 144 eI7S
Ace 10. ,
Baltimore 90 64 .584 4 5 New York 5. ., to th* oil, IMh day of O*. MI I "U.10 .
90 64 .584 ; tober. |N4, the fret publicationthereof / Thsv It
Chicago Treiler I TV.sme .
{ week with
St. Louis at hornet; Phlla. to b. el I...' .,ghteen dey IN THE couRT OF THE
Detroit 80 73 .523 13i delphla J, New York 3. Away 5 before ..... Sets end *am* >a here. COUNTY JUDOI. COLLIER Rock e week Creek. .p...* II a week 62-Buslness Property
Los Angeles '78 77 .503 li ; by declered I* constitute notice to COUNTY, FLORIDA' 4/7tf Trailer Perk
Pittsburgh 5. th* property ownera laipayera. eiticaua IN RE. ESTATE OF CoMMCHCiATToirTSuTTO'Tir'
Cleveland 76 77 .497 17ft San Francisco home 6 ,00n Oid oth.rs :avingsr 4lOo HARRY' RAY TAYLOR feet growing .r.a. Better I Inveetlget .
77 ; In, r.5N1. I'll, Intoront to ;:=
Minnesota 76 .497 lVi 0l.a..dNOTICE 48-Apts. For RentF'uIitthodioaIn.I thf* dealrabl'* corner
69 85 Houston 3, Chicago 3. Away 4; LooM, or INS ",,0.ty I horo5. tern.rne.1i05 TO CREDITORSAll property lode/1' Price: III,SOOAeaociatea .
.448 25
Boston ,
Houston 2, Chicago 2. sod rseurics thaw 00 show crad"tora of the eatale of 'Fur ..",.
Washington 60 94 .390 34 *. if any may have or if HARRY RAY TAYLOR. docaaaad N a plea Park. Ml 1 MM.
any there b.. to sad Court at are hereby notified and reouired to Sit> .IllSABLE Luellle" Oil Virgil"I MareumNoble
Kansas City 55 97 .362 38 American League '*. Court Houae m fail .... fill any claim, or demanda which Wright
Wednesday's Results L. Pet. O.B.Left pie' Florid, en **id llth .." they mey heve eeeinel tail eatata SHORES APTS.
W. of October, IH4, al sad hour of In the office of the County Judle
Chicago 2, Lot Angeles 1 York 93 58 .612 10 I M clock P M why ...d bond* of Cell,.. County, Florida. I. the WI 14450 DEWEY POLLY
Minnesota 2, Kansas City 1 New 90 64 .584 4 8 ......Id MM ... ..1....'... end ten. Court H..... 0, Neplea, F...'..... fyRe,4 sad Aroca A....
Baltimore frmed by decree of thi. Court within aia calender mentha from REALTY
Washington 1, Boston 0 Chicago: 90 64 .584 4 8Games '" conform*, ,. mo prayer san the ...,. .< the tiret publication of EBB TIDE APTS.

Detroit 10, Baltimore 3 remaining: dual rear seats and a built.in air deflector forth. M said Petition and pursuant this Notice Each claim, or d.....".. Summer. rote |M monthly
t the law of the Stele *f Florid* ...., end mual atato 0... Dewey Polly. Realtor
New York 4.11. Cleveland M, New York At borne 7; Da. to reduce accumulation of dust or water on the rear win. <" .."' <... made and provided the place be In or writing,....._. and pesO *>. For rent_, Kily Air Conditioned Root-,, _fur Corner let Ave. N*. andTamiaml

1st game 11 Innings trolt 4, Cleveland S. Away 3; dow are features of elation wagon models In the HIS ".DON".ae II Fier.de AND. .ORDERED In the Twelfth at hit J.. f.ca .be"dr_ of to the by cie.ment the, claimaMhie andmuet niahed' efficiency car beech 4tor Ml t4Ha Trail.

Today's GamesNo Washington 3.Ba1tli10t. Ford car line Literally new from tires to roof and from d'C,.. Circuit of th. State of Flor. agent awern or lie ."er""'. or It 'i ttn S7I per month year s/14 round

games scheduled borne 5; Wash. bumper Io bumper the new tiird I ii the mo.l-th>nged in *,:.. thi* lied day .f September' will become nell ecaording Is low 66-In.urance
MINNIE W flmenew. D. ..... 01
Friday's Games Engine 3, Detroit 2. Away 3; the IS-,.., history ef Ford Div ion. Elegance of the IKS I.' AItCHII U ODOMJude. of the (IsIs ef MI
New York at Washington! N of the Circal Coors HARRY RAY TAYLOR ..r..w4'.III: vs 5.oiltI Eaoy 'Y"-
Cleveland 3.Oilca.0 Ford styling i in combined with a luxury car ride to smooth of the Twelfth' Judxlel Dec...... gsa. Au,.. Moms 0""....
Chicago at Kansas City, N -At home 5; Los _In. and .. quiet the heeler and air conditioner fan had Io be Circuit of th. Stale of JAMES ". $ 01 aptflT ". //t; .

Baltimore at Cleveland, N gales Kansas City 4. Away 8-. moved Into the engine compartment because their lew Collier Florid Cnunty in ..... for P.H...0.....PIstIls... :,SAM u=.":m,1.1: 11; ::f.1" INSURANCIAve. "ort &

Minnesota at Lot Angeles, N >. ...*. 14, .". ., 'I',"
'... l" )0 dt Kansas City toned whirr ws dUtrertinf Oct I. S. 1H4 i tj ot 50$. I" *7. I. Oct., L 1514 1244 ;


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8 COUIIft' COUNTY NEWS Hr"r H*. Thunder. $.-** 24. I 196 Last ChanceTo
_: Humphrey Says / a

,. .< ,,. Barry Gives No e 1 Enroll In
: Blur ) f d'/efeYererr'+ r r r / itEVERflLRDES
i t tt Choice, But / College CoursesTonight

is the deadline a
Hubert II, Humphte\ cam.I .
${ Naples Senior High School fo
I ulgnlng along the slII',I ".lllts of enrollment In the three
New yolk, said t tala11,.41 t Sen exten
Harry Goldwater "Is gi\dog us slon courses being offered b]

neither a choice n')1"' i au e'' I hoi'Uta i Edison Junior College.
baffling, bewllderli i, '1.1111"' II More than 60 students hay
"No man asking tit A ierl- already enrolled In courses 14

can people t 10 elect him ,J' i 1"" e61. elementary accounting, begin<
,h'lIt," sold Kuinphre"I" as the fling shonhandandgeneralpsy
right to make crji'' "eninlnous
chology: and officials point out
u'i I then
that registration for the 1964<
Rave the eleetui its II> II' cover
65 season will close 7
theli meanings" at p jn"
Humphrey was to team up tv1.0 Aet1 Thirty students have to date,
vlth Robert F. Kenned rune made application for the class

dog I for the I UJ5 Senate from HflW - tk ? syoa taught by Walter R. Rogers,
New York In campaigning ; is i Naples C.P.A.. In elementary
T .I'i '>lHiri 1 New Y(irk City but he iTT' accounting. Approximately 18,
mat i have to return to W ashing. students have signed up for the

ton later tod*}. class in beginning shorthand under -
The Senate l I. due to vote In nW the direction of Mrs.Roben
9 its long battle over living to
Monland, commercial teacher -
delay court-ordered legislative
1 l t capp rtlonment and the Whiten at Naples Senior High.

( use told Humphrey by tele The general psychology
phone that his vote might be course taught by instructor John

II'etJed Franklin Ph. D., clinical psy
Today In remarks prepared chologlst at the Collier County;
t fOI" the New York! City Central Health Department.has about 12

Lai 01 council, Humphrey said students enrolled.Classes .
he wanted to take some state In all three subjects
monte Goldwater has made and will follow
immediately enrollment -
(NEA Telephotos) "ask him what they mean" a college official said.

HOSPITAL SAVED-A small band of firemen\ was successful "Because Sen. Goldwater aA 4 The course will be held every
'l'e<:1 lallMS in dark, obscure
in a "last stand" near the Sonoma County Hospital in pronouncements" said Hum. Thursday night for four and one-

the North California brush fire In the picture, taken while phrey, "I can only begin the half months from 7, to 9:30,
the outcome was still in doubt head nurse Olga Brand, radioon o'clock. credit
task of questioning today. The EVERGLADES College is given
AT WORLD'S FAIR One of the
her lap sits outside the out-patients entrance awaiting for the
backlog of confusing utterances courses.
top attractions of the Florida Pavilion the Everglades
word whether or not to evacuate. the hospital. -
Is considerable and
New MississippiLaw Show includes the road show version of Rocky Gets Out
every day but let us begin Ex-Nazi Corporal
with a few of the choicer ambiguities. Caribbean Gardens' famous Duck Vaudeville. The
." yellow and white striped tent at the left of the Welcome Chosen Premier

$$5 5 Million Paid To Florida Humphrey recalled Gold To Hamper picture has been the site of the longest stand that Mat For BERLIN (AP)-Wllll Stopa

water's Interview In the Ger. the traveling troupe has ever made (Having covered former bricklayer and co

man news magazine Der Spie Negroes Voting more than 75,000 miles touring this country Sen. GoldwaterALBANY poral in tie Nazi army, toda
gel June 30 In which Goldwaterwas and Europe, publicizing Naples and Caribbean N.Y. (AP) Gov. was named premier of Comm

Citrus In 63 FreezeFreemanLAKELAND asked whether as presidenthe MoCOMB, MIss. AP :.. An Gardens, the duck troupers have teamed up witha Nelson A. Rockefeller Is putting fist East Germany
would be to to the ( )
willing go undisclosed number of snake exhibit from the (loss Allen Reptile Institute down the welcome mat here for He also was named deputy t
(AP) Florida er the Republican candidate brink of war. Silver Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Re. party boss Walter Ulbricht I
at wrestling
He quoted the Republican have been arrested In this racially Springs, an alligator
citrus million would Include the Federal publican presidential candidate. the State Council, highest en
growers gut $5 Crop
candidate for president as tense area on warrants show put on bv the Game and Fresh Water Fish Rockefeller who ecutlve
has said organ of East Ce
from the Federal government In Insurance Corporation as one of :
charging them with
replying "criminalsyndicalism" Commission, featuring Roy Osceola from Big
Insurance payments from those farm which little In support of the man who many.
crop the 1963 freeze, Secretary of should be promptly programs and finally "Yes, Just as your country - a new state law Cypress Reservation and a Seminole Indian family defeated him In the fight for Stoph, 50, succeeds Otto Gn
rlculture Orvllle Freeman said terminated," Freeman said. that Is, Germany has used prohibiting unlawful acts to home and handicraft exhibit featuring the their party's top nomination, tewohl, who died of a strok '
bring about
today and suggested farmers Freeman said Goldwater'svows brinkmanship down through the a political or social Osecola family. More than 1000 people visited the Wednesday night invited Gold last Monday.

ask Sen. Barry Goldwater If this to end agriculture price years and done so very, very change.A bomb was hurled Wednes. Everglades Show on the peak Sunday preceding water and his wife Peggy to Stoph's appointment was an

Is one of the farm programs he supports are "1n sharp contrastto successfully.Humphrey charged that no day night at the home of a Labor Day. Altogether the show will have been visit the governor's mansion nounced by the official new

wants terminated this position on Federal pro. one "with common sense" could former Negro dty police officer seen by about 250,000 people by the end of thisyear's Friday.Rockefeller previously had agency surprise ADN He and had came been actlni as n \:
"The U.S. Department of Ag to support the productionof
grams who was en route to Washington World Fair
applaud German brinkmanship, to with Gold
promised appear premier since 1960, carryingou
rlculture is the only Institution which Is In
copper, produced to talk
which he said had been "dlsas. to the U.S. Civil Rights
water at the State Office Build. the job of Grotewohl, who ha
public or private, In the world Arizona.
which will write crop Insurancefor "Here In Florida the Impactof trous for Germany and the oth. !Commission Department and the Justice The FBI was reported invest approved In the spring by the,log No other contact between been 111 for four years, reportedly

the citrus growers," Free. terminating farm price sup. world er nations .of the world" In two The house of Ardis Gamer, gating the two latest bombings state legislature, makes It u n.,the two had been scheduled with leukemia.
man said in a talk prepared fora ports would be devastating," warsprogram the former policeman, was not 15th and 16th In this area lawful to advocate, teach, aid or The New York Republican
committee announced
luncheon meeting In this clt Freeman said. "This action damaged. No one was In the since June abet the commission of criminal i I campaign LATE SPORTS
rus center. would reduce net farm Income needs to be Improvedthe structure when the bomb ex. Authorities declined to say acts to effect a change In own., Wednesday night that SANDWICH England (AP-
schedule has been ,
In addition to the $5 million by some $117 million a year, or 1863 freeze, Secretary of Ag. ploded.A how many warrants had been ership, political or soda i. altered busy to Include sufficient Carol Sorenson, 21.year.old physical
I paid In Insurance ,laims as a about 30 per cent below the an. rather than terminated. second bomb explosion was Issued on the syndicalism change, or for profit time to see the mansion and education student fro
result of the freeze, Freeman nual average of the past three He said Florida growers got reported shortly alter midnightnear charges. There was no total meet with the Janesville, Wis., defeated Phyl
said Hurricane Cleo damage Is years" $Z.II million for their 1939 flue Percy Quln State Park available for the number arrest Punishment ranges from fines I governor Us Ann Preuss of Pompan

being assessed and claims of Earlier, Freeman spoke at the cured crop the last year of southwest of McComb. Several ed and booked at nearby Mag. of from $200 to $1,000 and J Jail I wife The are Arizona scheduled senator to arrive and his ati Beach, Fla., today, 3 and 2, an4<
I $325,000 are expected to be paid Lake City airport In North Flor. no tobacco supports and re. Negro churches In the vicinity nulls, seat of justice for Pike sentences of 1 to 10 years foi gained the final round of the
Florida growers for losses. Ida's tobacco growing area and celved $14.7 million, five times of the park have been burned County violating or encouraging other Albany County Airport at 10:35 British women's amateur go:
"We have yet to hear wheth. said the tobacco price support as much, for their (64 crop. during the summer, The criminal syndicalism law, to violate the law. a.m. Tournament.


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,. Disappearing Rapidly


first thing most visitor of the Island to make room foi
remember about Marco 1* that a plush development to be cal
all the aphorisms they've read led "Old Marco Village," haw
about the Island's picturesquespots no place In their plans for
are all too true. Or were. either the historic Mercantile
One by one, however most of Building or the old Marco Lodge,,
the old beloved landmarks are How do visitors feel when view

.... ...,r". .".,....,. ';,. iJt "' .\,..;.. 'q ,. ,.,.., .. .. fast disappearing. tog for the first time the many '
The famous fish pier at the en. changes wrought recently along
ONLY TilE MEMORY Iinjrers on .. ThIS aCl'lal11'w of the Mai" 'o water trance to Smokehouse Bay and the Island's waterfront. THE FLORIDA art world knew this picturesque fish! house at the en-
front showing the old Indian Trading post, (Ext'm4'> < lift J. the fish probably the most painted and "Many weep openly" sayi trance to Smokehouse Bay as "motif number on It '\ as me of the
house and Marco Lodge was taken shortly befor, bulldozers; 'tt.irtod photographed spot on the Island of, Alex Tasetano who with his wife, most photographed spots on the island, It was Purposely destroyed I
Is no more. In the Interest Marge have operated the Lodgefor .
razing the: old landmarks totalled progress, a torch was many years. "People came by fire a few weeks ago

set to what the Florida art world from all parts of Florida to spend
knew as "motif number one," leisurely days fishing and re" .
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and It was recently burned to taxing In the sun. What they see . ... .1Jt.; ', ,
the water's edge. now makes them sad Indeed. .qt tir
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The old Mercantile Building Cone are the green lawnsjlTie
on the Marco waterfront where beautiful gumboJimbo trees, the k ;
In years gone by Indians brought picturesque docks :"I .i'.f ('

hides, furs and feathers to tra. "Many of our guests at the
tlL de, Is about to be demolished.It Lodge came from the East Coast
: stands today sad and forlorn, Just to get away from the noise < i.,
with all Its first-floor windowsand and confusion of big cities, Mar. Ito i r
doors half-burled under co represented a part of the FlOe \ \ J. \
mounds of silt and fill piled upi,ride, of the past and they came ,t":;# }:r'fIC 1 ...

: by busy bulldozers. here for that very reason. Now, .:....,1. ,' ...... ........, .........., .. .y. ',..
The structure Is one of the old. seeing nothing but sand, mud and 11'
est on the Island and a few fill, they shake their heads sad. I ..
old timers can remember when ly and depart." .tit I I I I .o.,. I ..... .".f.O:; > ,.
30 and 40 Indian canoes gathered Henry Varnum Poor, famed I ._ .
...., ..
there .
New York artist, and his author
Scenic from any artist's view. wife, Bessie Breuer have been t twei ,...
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point, Is the 95.year.old Marco winter visitors to the Lodge for .j 1.
Lodge, whose days also appear to 20 years. ,
be numbered. Plans are current Miss Breuer who was an In. ,rwMy
!, I
ly afoot either to have the Lodge|tlmate of the late playrlght Eu i L'
dismantled and moved to another gene O'Neill was so Incensed ," 1 .. "r') .-
site. or town down. when she heard of the destruction % ,It. ."
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The main room of the Lodgewas of thelsland'slandmarksand ." .. ..,..... .,
moved from a site near the the racing of the beautiful old ; ,
present Marco Island Inn where gumbo-Umbo trees, that she .fII!'!"" ,, ,

legend has It that Captain Bill wrote a letter protest toSecre ... \ "
Collier, first settler of Marco, tar y of the Interior Stewart Udall. -,. '
lived In the late twenties, Elsie Bar. r, :w.b- t9RgMr
For the past 15 years, guests field Vogstad, managed the lodge
THE DAYS of the 95-year-old Marco Lodge also appear to be num- from every state In the nation, and had a small drugstore In THC OLD MERCANTILE Building where in years gone by Indians
bered. Plans either site Europe and as far away as VIetNam what Is now the lobby. Later, about be demolished
are currently underway to move it to another brought hides furs and feathers to trade is to
yor tear it down and both South the oldJashloned Africa, have hos.enJoyed the Elsie's late mother Mrs. Tommle and first Barfleld super Tons of silt and fill\ have all but obliterated the first floor of the

.pltallty of the Lodge the fish tntendent of schools in Collier historic structure.Teens .

pier and marina. County, took over the manage' r
The Ruppert family of New ment.
at The Scout House, 4 to 6 p.m. York who are subdividing their Tasetano came to Marco in 1MB
Mrs Hazel Martin, advisor land holdings at the North end via Provlncetown, Mass., and Town \
New York City and remodeledthe Study as Project
Gitl Scoot Notes Junior Troop 211, at the Methodist
old Barfleld Home at Caxam.
attractive this
Church 330 to 6 p.m. most year. I
bas. There he met Winne
Mrs. Shirley Unkless! leaded Leaders who want to order for By VIVIAN BROWNAP '
who came to the Island from
Mrs.Jeatf Ackerman co-leid- their troops must contact Mrs ,Orlando to help Mrs. Barfleld. N.w.'.atu,.. Writer \ .

BY MRS.. Phone EW J-3630 TIMBERUKE er.. Allen Blbee Mi. 2-5394, by. ,When the remodeling Job was, TORRINCTON, Conn. UP) _' Atter ".kln.lh. litirtl at.f"" 41M'. weuI4Ja\I trine modern economics ..'
Brownie 272 September 30th
Friday Troop Alex
completed, stayed towofl
The The leader's on town for all weeks as a project! snrlolocy, |9 high school Junior rand stied( high a<'hoot! civic
at Scout House 3 to 4:30: next meetingwill Marge and after their marriagethe
p.m. Mrs Betty Roe leader. be held on Monday October i Taaetano were asked to remain from over the country have derided that -.h. you are 224 year*'rrtirse that anti teach studentspolitical

Naples area Girl Scouts Tuesday Junior Troops 212 Registration dates for new 26th at 730 pjn., at The i and run the Lodge. old, age I III likely to ihow nclence' voting psycho),

swung Into their fall activity and 276, at The Scout House. girls or Scouts transferring to Scout House For many years Marge has The projert was not de- high school iturtiMits orv a high ichool program on
program at the first Leader's 3:30 to 6 p.m. Mrs Marge Naples troops fromotherareas been major demo In the Lodge's signed to make recommendations The voimnnters talked with law. community affairshow thirds

meeting of the season Monday Foster leader Mrs. Hazel have been scheduled as follow: kitchens of and her fame In and thepre.paring (hat the town .u Its wrinkles linkers rhurih leaders Ui reviewers are organized politically and

evening at The Scout House In Martin co-leader) Karen Hult- Monday. September 28, at Sea- Jelly as well sea as grape apple pie guava and "That would be presumptuous," social workers and puttie socially," he savs

Gambler Park. Under the zen, aide. Brownie Troop 170, gate School 3 to 4 p.m. For Gulf seafood, has spread far and nays Robert tJtontlpr. associate chief Then observed teiyafers Apart from phvslnleducation, ,
direction ofMrs.E.W.Timber- at Carver School. 3:45: to 5:15 North Naples girls. Tuesday. wide. Alex held forth at the fish prof'wr. of snrlolngy and education and they"IIIU.d newspaper social studies are the weakest
lake the following troop schedule p.m. Mrs Betty Donalson, September 29,at Carver school house and pier where boats and
at Columbia University who files at (he Torrlnitton Keglster.Peslde and flimsiest In high ,
to begin the first weekin leaders Mrs. Betty Maddox,co- 3.to 4:30 p.m. For new Brownieand fishing! guides were always atellable.
directed It, field work there were he sass. with teachers III
October was announced .
: leader i Pat Geary senior aide. Junior girls. Tuesday,
Monday Cadette Troop 124, New Junior Troop at Carver September 29. at The Scout w Prospects of finding land on But (he results of ntudenlsifforti classroom sessions. study and equipped.. .

at The Scout House 3:45 to 5:15 School 3.45: to StlS p.m. Miss House 3 to 4:30 p.m. For 6 '"" the Island where they can perhaps could change high school leitures.The Tnrrlngton was chosen for the'
p.m. Mrs. Allen Blbee leaders Yvonne Johnson, leaders Mrs. new Brownie and Junior girls. sea"' move the Lodge or build a new curriculum, the aim of the entire upshot U that lie ulunVnti project !lecaiise" the unip' had

Mrs. Rita Bracken co-leaderj Willie Solomon, co-leadert Girls who were In Scouting one, seems remote yet neither project, he savt Dr. tender) far surpassed Oenller's e.i>e<'ti' mute previous surveys In the
Pamela Coe, senior aide. Betty Decker senior aide. last year In Naples will be registered all Alex hope.nor his wife have given up \In also director of the tnntitute Ions, Indicating that elernentjrv (town with col'ege' ; ntudentand

Brownie Troop 315. at The Naples Wednesday Brownie Troop at their first meeting As winter visitors round the fa. of Urban Studies areas In nodolngv now i>vereil lecatifte II Is an Industrial town

Park Area Association 315, at the Scout House. 3 to In October. I IfL'r mlliar bend at Marco this year The summer science program the first two vears In iiillegecould In danger; of becoming a so-

Building 3tl5 to 5 p.m Mrs. 4:30 pjn. Mrs Joan Vega, New troops will be limitedto OF POISON-This Innocent i and find the beloved and pic. on ton acre at Camp Columbia be taught In, hluh Nihiml, called. "bedroom community"
Shirley Martin leaders Mrs. leaders. Mrs.Sylvia Morris,co- 20 members and as many .looking Is 'turesque: landmarks mlssingwhai
paper cup at Bantam lake near here 11 and that the time In inlleterntildlie where people' sleep hut go else
Pat Bailey co-leaden. Better leader Brownie Troops 22 and will be organized as there are actually a gypsy moth trap nil be their reactions?
emann. senior aide Cadette 248, at Shadowlawn School adult volunteers to work with and Is being used to catch In today's world, vibrating asIt conducted hv the Columbia put to r" better! uie In pursuit where to work More than 1100of

Troop 249, at Carver School 3 to 4:30: p.m. Mrs.EdlthHoff them Scouting Is growing by male moths by federal and Is with great tensions, both University School of Fnglneerlnf of scientific knnwlpdeeabnal, the 10.noo townspeople travel
3i45 to 5:15 p.m. Miss Mary man, leaders Mrs.. Vicki leaps and bounds In Naplesand state governments The unsuspecting 'the Tasotanos feel that Marco and Applied Sciences under human affair and h u If' a n to other towns for their work.
Louise GUllngs leaders Miss Phillips co-leader. there Is a great need for male, attracted ]without Us historic sites, the 4nn.onhlp rat the government behavior Noting people leave II when they
Rosalie Clair co-leader ThursdaySenlpr 241, leadership so that no girl need by the female sex scent put t'tropical flora, the green lawns National !lance. Foundation ".'.. like to see an Anierdathlstnrv ome of age
gad peaceful vistas wW not
be turned down Mothers who into the cup, wanders In and J seem high \,'hnnt i s urse that
is killed fumes 'the same. Thl 11 the first nurse here fur
are Interested In scouting as by poison
MilllemNUMBER OF CHILDREN an activity for their girls should .
s REACHING AGE 17 be prepared to share a few l8 9th STREET SOUTH FREE FAST DELIVERY

ANNUALLY, 1950-1985 hours a week with the programto Ml 2. 5SSS20239th IN FREF ICE CUBES

Basic Insure Its Leadership success. Courses : STREET, NORTH N I C K.JS. LIQUORS PARTY PLANNING

MI 2-7222
will begin on Monday October ASSISTANCE
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BORN DURING 5, under the direction of Mrs.
THE DEPRESSION Robert Gregg, training chairman -

3 1 BORN CHILDREN INOST ALREADY ,,, There will be three two- 6JMe Mt' d8l1e oa c4 Ned S
enyEAly BOOM WARirl 'yid"19ea hour sessions at the Scout a w d c iu d

House from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
2 The courses will Include refresher HAULER'S DRY GIN 90' A'N' ek', QUEEN ANNE At Nick'sCASE

tips for experienced orVODKA $58.oo
1951 leaders who are Interested In $398 m BLENDED SCOTCH $529

0 renewing their trat ing. Registration 80' FULL QUART 868' FIFTHBOORD'SGIN
forms and further
I9S5 1960 19li5 1973 1910 I
150 1970 1915 A) Nick'sINCLUDING
Information obtained At Nick'

TEEN.AGE TIDE RISES-Look for a big Increase in teen. from Mrs Gregg at the Mayor's WHITE MENTHE, LONDON DRY CASE $49.50 $459

age problems during the next decade. Reason: As News- office In City Hall. WHITE COCOA & DARK COCOA FIFTH $349 90' QUARTOMEN

chart shows, there are going to be a lot more teen.agers I I MENTHE Full! Ot $1.91 IH7 ooAt
around This year 3,700,000 of them will celebrate their SPECIAL NOTE TO UAD-

17th birthdays. That's nearly a million more than in ERSt Girl Scout calendars will Niclr's CANADA DRY GIN A. Nick'.
1963 After 1960, each year's crop of seventeens will be INVER HOUSE t
be available are
bigger than the one before reaching 4000000 or once again
more eo0Ros 90'
by 1974 It all means multiplied headaches for parents BLENDED SCOTCH $479 QUART $4.29 349

educators and sociologists Data art (corn Population 80' FIFTH ;. FIFTHUSHER'S
Reference Bureau. The **

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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEil, N"I i I. f 'I'd"y' September 24, 1764 'Liberation'War
Castroites Plan

: lafijtjfnis: In Venezuela Next Month

ell . .. -
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w rIIti Venezuela (
looked did.There's
Rices Clippers 7 1 President Raul Lean"11 bron. nothing really excit.
Moons Masonry i 'I 1 pretty tool: saddling the riding Ing to Venezuelans about pros.
Rolling Stones 7 1 cos, but howl he perlty. By mld.1964, foreign

Fager Roofing 6 2 i them'? wondering exchange reserves were up to
Y Man Venezuelan, $838 million, a gain of $139 mil.
Blbbees Brookside Mkt.Bowlers 4 4"1/1.31/2 t whether their new president? ? plain!!,apolitical : lion over mld.1963 figures. The

genius | sum represents nearly a third of
Sunshine Hardware 3 S lucky, are asking this question.A all gold and foreign exchange
Brunk-MIIler Ins. 3 6 hint won't be long in com.> holdings In Latin America. On a

Nap. Floor Covering 2 6 Ing. The Cast rolll guerrillas In! per capita basis, these reservesare
Fire l Dept. 2 6 who hold a key to stability announced higher than those in the
Gulf Coast Motors 11/2 61/2 this country, have United States.
Dens Standard Oil 1 7 the start of a new "liberationar cuI. Political stability Is essentialto
'l' And by mld-October, the preservation and stimulation
minatlng months of negotiation! of this economic
PALMETTO BB lf will expansion.
a new coalition goverment This Is why, since taking office
be In operation In March, Leon and his lieuten.
Johns Clothing 7 1 like.
These two developments ants have been busy forming a
Jerrys Cleaners 6 2 tests to
P ly will provide critical coalition to give the ruling
G. Luff Realty 6 2 ,.a affable Leon
'offI measure the big, moderately left Acclon Demo.
s v Food Bank 4 4 1, In his six months In office, noth. cratlca party the congressional
Corwin Shells 31/2 41/2 I Ing extraordinarily exciting or majority it needs to legislate

Kay Ray Lighting 21/2 151/2 ... .' ..nI. ,. difficult has stirred this continuous country without trouble. A coalition Is
Tropics Drive Inn 2 6 wracked by almost necessary because the last general .

ZOO DELIGHT I A now star attraction it the Zoo Furniture Fair 1 T f i. storms during the five Incumben.jearsorRomulo elections gave the govern
: V Betancourt's
logical Garden in Frankfurt I It this tiny monkey who makes . bdE. . ... ., 6 r. ment only 66 of 158 seats in the
REPUBLICAN Chamber of Deputies and 23 of
up for whit It lacks In lilt with quite, i ficlil idornment cy.The guerrillas still are operate
AGONY LANE This miss 51 in theSenate.The .
graphically portrays the agony only a bowler can know once and vii.
Senators 7 1 the ball is on its doubtful own on the lane en route to the pins. From the expression at ing In the mountains although new political partnershipwith
Vice Presidents 5 3 the end, everything must have turned out all rightEGLER'S lages of the Interior, before. two ex.rlvals, the leftist
not as spectacularly Republican Democratic Union
Stanley Ring Carried Musical Little Elephants 5 3VIP's Many think the terrorist bands and the centrist National Demo.
4 4 are almost as busy as before, cratic Front, should be Installedby
Diplomats 2 6 but that Leoni has weakened mld-October.

Dark Horses 1 7 their propaganda worth by) This Is the forecast of the
index By Tunes In His HeadHOLLYWOOD K reacting more conservatively to coalition's chief architect, Inter.

TRAIL BOWLERS PL lor Minister Gonzalo Barrios,

(AP) The I wrote a story for the AP ORNERLadlesdon't By MARION SORENSEN Bobby Kennedy'sTie who says "no dramatic national

last time I saw Stanley Ring, he about his store. He had Reahards 6 3 i e s e policy changes" are contem.
was puttering around his sheet. ballads from the early Hatcher Construction 6 3 Clasp Sells plated under the new regime.

music store on Cherokee Avenue 1800s and he had opera Crayton Cove Lndry 6 3 DollarsLast The countn's oil policy rulingout
just around the corner from scores from the 1700s. When I Furniture Fair 15" For Sixty new foreign! concessions WIU

the busy Boulevard. It was like dropped by his store a few Shannon 15" week Robert F. Kennedy, continue oriented toward even.
entering another era to visit his weeks later, he was elated. Distributors Supply Ladles-don't forget about the 157, Gwen Bowers and Zulah PINE LANES former Attorney General and nowa tual takeover of the giant Indus.
place. On the walls, In crates "Come and sea these," he Daley S 4 workshop to be held Saturday Corwin 152, Margaret Bickford I TRAIL BOWLERS-GlennLiles Democratic candidate for the try that now produces nearly 93
and piled In-cardboard boxes In sang out. I followed him up the King Insurance 4 5 afternoon, October 3, at the Wo. 145. came up with a 595212.205 to United States Senate from New per cent of Venezuela's $2.6
every corner was sheet music of rickety stairs to the loft On his Tamlaml Tire 4 5 men's Club. Time.2 p.m. Every. lead for the night. Jack Hatcher York attended an auction sale billion export earnings. The
a gentler, more melodic time. desk were stacks of envelopesfrom Schmidt Realtor 3 6 one Is invited to attend. WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN recorded Churchin bulk of the foreign concessions
a 571.211 Ev Baldwin the Methodist
Every song of your childhood all over the United States. Pine Lanes 2 7 When you receive your new Nour Turner fired her first 500 553.203 Belavek, 550.193.BudHall given West by Sand Lake N.Y. ac. expire In 1983, but there is talk
Most of the letters set. Using a 193 she reached a that Venezuela
and thousands more could be carried the WIBC or ABC Rule books read showed here contemplating
217 received
a single Mike to letter
found In Ring's store. He ame retrain: "could you send POWDER PUFF PL them through. Even If you have 526. Hazel Abrahamson and Mae Pike 208, R. Hatcher 206,, Chas cording yesterday by C.A. Wicks, 381 the slow growth of Mexico's
claimed there were 450,000 me a copy of a song I loved as a bowled for years the rules are Williams posted Identical sets of Geltz and Paul Schmidt from rela. nationalized oil Industry, may
200. 11th Ave. S. Naples,
pieces of sheet music, and from child. The words went some Eckards 10 2 constantly changing or new add). 457 with Hazel using a 165 and SCRATCH.. corlng honors go tlves in West, Sand Lake, Wicks' attempt a new approach at
the look of the place, it seemed thing like this-" Frans 10 2 tines are made to them so you'dbetter Mae a 168. TUlle Davis register. to Paul Crlckenberger as he tos. former home. operating the Industry in part.
That was a month ago. This refresh your memory. ed a lone 167, Sue Link 166, nershlp with foreign companies.
Llllys T 15 sed a 615.226.202. Gerald Kelly While at the auction Kennedy
true.He was proud of hi. collec. week I stopped by Ring's sheet. It is virtually Impossible to Norma Queeny 161, Gloria Bundy On foreign affairs, Barrios
Merle Norman T 15 bombed out a 247 for a 588, donated a tie clasp to be sold,
tion. On my first visit there, we music store on one of my toursof check the spelling of the nameson 153, Roz Cramer 158 and Patsy John stull 581.202, Huble Hart according to Wicks' correspond. says diplomatic relations with
the Boulevard. The windows Plaza 6 6 the Robertson 151.ROLLING the Soviet Union and other Iron
went across the street to Mu.soand league sheets. Check and
567.212, Wilburn Bollard 563.206, ent which brought $60.00 at the
Frank's and full of sheets Al Vogue 6 8 see that full Is Curtain countries are not prl.
he had apple song featuring your name spel. BROOKS..Ned Dor. Ned Dorsey 563.213, Burt Wal. sale. The sale Is an annual affair .
and coffee and Jolson Nora Bayes and other Dorothys 6 6 led issues and may be taken
pie talked about correctly. sey and Hazel Abrahamson led worth 557215. Bob Steele Jr. which has been given many mary
his life. He told how he had bygone stars, were the same as Bettys 15 T the league. Ned listed a 542498 fired a 239 loner, D. J. Salmon years, Wicks said. up later if national Interest
started In New York as a sing. when he opened the store 21 Wills 15 T BROOKSIDE BOWL and Hazel 452J7S. Howie Follis 216. Fred Pauly 213, Ceo Shepp. -- requires It. Venezuela has dlplo.
Ing newsboy and graduated Into years ago. Violas 15 T had a 537493 and Patti Dozzle ard 212, Ted Land 203, R. Tope malic ties with Yugoslavia and
Broadway shows and vaudeville. But the door was closed and Bonita Library 3 9 TWIN COUNTY..Tops was Bud 448.152. Marvin LeMasters tos. and Tex Kaverman 201 each. National To Serve Poland and there's a Czech
on It was a seal by a county Fifth Ave Beauty 2 10 Hogue with a 542492.Chuck Lang. sed a 205, Glen 202, Moon Mul. POWDER PUFF-TOP of the trade mission here. Rejecting
When vaudeville died, he official saying that Stanley ston blasted a )lone 221. Fred Dec. Inns 193, Dick Jurek and Art morning was Marg Milt ner with a Fort LauderdaleAt relations with Moscow last De.
sought work that would keep Ring has passed away. ker 212, Dude Spicer 204, Jim Allen 191. Jerl Jerabek reacheda 479490. Edna Cole reached a cember, Betancourt said a So.
him close to music. That's how Nebus 202, Phil Brunk 201 and Miami Airport viet Embassy here would meana
PRESTON'S PRIZE 174 Louise Wolford
One of the elderly ladles who Len 172, Gwen 469474, Sue Tlllman 468.188, Je.
Spotts 197.PALMETTO..Eijna.
he happened to open his store In store Bowers 168 Audrey Henson 164 455 Jo Gibbs corresponding increase in
helped Mr. Ring In the AIUNGDON. Va. (AP) The anne Meltzer Mary "
Los Angeles. Business was told me she didn't know what 25th annual award by the Barter Simpson led and Dorothy Ransone 160. and Edith Stone 451 each. Laur. WASHINGTON (AP)- Nation. Venezuelan security forces to
good but he lost In the league with a 517182. Mary Airlines will be allowed to watch Soviet diplomats.l'I'UOOTEUA .
everything afire would happen to the music. He Theater for outstanding work during etta Fraley had a nice 176 sing. al
In 1943, His Insurance man Armbrust was close behind her SEASHELL MDCED-Out front continue serving Fort Lauder.
claimed to have had a filing the Broadway season has le, Dorothy Stoneburner, Dot.
with a 513.190 followed by Shir for the men was Fred Clark witha
skipped out on him. dale through Miami
to be White 164 Betty Geltz 168
system, but It seemed been given to Robert Preston, tie ,
Ring decided) on a gambit to ley Johnson 512480, Jo Wickham 536.207. Leading the fair sex al Airport.The .
largely In his head. All he need. star of "Nobody Loves An Shirley Glasser 165,Shirley Fyke
508492 and Judy Crlckenberger was Juanita Snyder 510489.Hazel Board
get back In business. Although Civil Aeronautics
of Storter 165 Merle
ed was a lyric or a fragment Alba tro... 160.152, Judy ,
he knew 504494. Dale Sills tallied 495, Abrahamson produced a 478.194, authorization Wednes-
nothing about the 139 made the
and he would pick out Harris 156, Kay Franklin ,
melody With the citation the
losses, he placed $200 longshot the sheet from a dusty actor Eva Hogue 489, Helen Henson Lucille Lord 476480, Ethel Jones Helen Parker 127 and Jane Bos. day. It also affirmed an exam.
proper receives an acre of mountainside 477 Hazel Abrahamson 470Jua. 469 and Marie Weaver 462. Ed National be
r bet with bonki'*'* all over town. tick 136. Sharpshooter was Hazel Iner's decision that
It was easier to do in tnese pile.And that knowledge Is land near the theater, a Virginia nlta Snyder 471, Nena Ellis 467 Harroun rolled a lonely 210, BUt Hamel converting the 3.940 permitted to serve the two cities
days. He netted $400, enough to lost and now with It a link to Amerl. ham and the right to select a pair and Dot Donelson 465. Betty Mil Dunn 202, Dot Donelson 168,Cert twice. as a single, hyphenated termin.
open the Cherokee Avenue ca's,melodic of apprentice performers to join ler came up with a 186 loner, Dunn 165 and Etta Wright 158 plus HIS'N HERS..Ev Baldwin and al, Miami-Fort Lauderdale.The .
i store. past. the Barter Theater company. Doris Turner 162, Ann Fuller conversion of the 6.7 split. Lil Miller were the outstanding CAB vacated the exam.

'ones for the night. Ev tossed a Iner's finding( that National
I I 574.212 and Lll 553.190. Al Ha. should resume service to Brow.
Jek came up with a 551.228, Ter. ard County through the Fort
ry Murnan 503492, Marcy Buck Lauderdale airport as a conven.
ner 480.181, Mary Jo Gibbs 471. lence.

SEE THE NEW 65 AUTOMOBILES 201 Eggleston and Katie registered Hehl a 470.lonesome Tom LEISURE

214, W. Abernathle 211, Ray Long
201, Inga Gill 178, Ann Davis 170 CLEAR*:MER. FU. (AP)
and Nancy Leiter 169. A Clearwater municipal I judge
has struck a blow for woman
Fuller's Earth Edmund Adolphus Gibson whi s

To Be Sought In moved from Barbados to Clearwater, tame recently hifnrt r

j.4YOUR CHOICE / Florida Georgia Judge Owen Allbritton on a
charge of assaulting hiM wife

ATLANTA (AP)- A $50,. lie said he truck her when hi

CAN EASILY BE YOURS TODAY! / ence 000 grant Foundation from the National has been Scl. came that his home wife from had"work gone and fishing found.

awarded to Dr. Charles Weaverof America, ruled Judge
Georgia Tech to find and develop Allbrmon "a wife doesn't have
Fuller's Earth resourcesIn to work if she doesn't want to.
qk \w- Georgia and Florida. You can't charge a wife with
Clays made from Fuller's nonsupnort in this country although .

Earth are used by industry for maybe you could in genuine )Holland (
/ Nr bleaching, cleaning and refln. Barbados She has a right to lit windmill will be moved
71 around and do
/ Ing operations nothing day or from The Netherlands to

...4-4' lI.0I: .., J! ,r4<. , ... \ go fishing if she wishes" Holland, Mich. "The Swan;'
,. : He
r gave Gibson a suspended
11 :: : : as the mill is called, goes
\ : : It Pays To Advertise
,,t' ; ; "" _. ceven-day jail term.
'. .< . aia. \ ;;,,<\>'':'''se. >\fS:;:.r -..'- > .. :" ....._ ........".111<, and back sports more 80 than.foot 200 wings years and

'? ltyi 'Hfi'; ."' some 35 tons of windmill
... \ fI ".', ;to. .\. '. .... ." ,', ...,t'f". NOW SWOP46'N gears and other working
.... tourist at
.t. Iitt' parts. This
--........ ,< ' " unique
.. traction is scheduled for
l f. . Ilolland'stulip
opening prior to
. :.. \ ._., ,.:;s.t_ --- -" -,- festival next May,



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'Kid COIl I I, niv 1 1 rn vs N.1,1.1, Fit Thursday, September J4, |ft4 31
Brother'of Nation's Colleges May Save FamilyBy

TOM NOLAN "i time when they are feeling .-
Newspaper Fnterprlse Assn. most sharply the ntnih of the I
World War II birth ex .
post l Pu
\\ .\SI.IMilONH, ) (: :.\
) -- The junior college, once l,11I lon,
I b .Ltd I upon us the kid brother of the nation' uliua-( The impact can be seen al

II.I i ii I luiiulx., is |ki\iiiif e ( ol I
increasingly important role In
alifornia. By diverting! be
: .
oihniK, the
(llfKi.Kt, population t'.l'h)8iun| Binning' students to Junior

\, the title of the |postwar| population IHIOIII mlU "I"," "u ..lUges, the university plans 1wlh
t ,,-m, educators are casting reduce its proportion of

,pensive eyes on the fur ,11 men and sophomores
.5'"ta '. ..r, opt'"_.. .IS. veil fall, the state of FiII"
u..v prOM
wa t'li tour
Iclt'd l I by the junior colleges getting under ) 1a' Mill open a college limited
enrollment u an
tar school
) ,
cretin i juniors seniors and gradu
statistic from the estimated 35.4 million- -I new
, s t otfice( of Education .I I u,' students-Florida Atlan,
!11.st t that the sue high. But the increase. 1.4 percent d.h.t-. ;; 1"i ". I'mversity at Boca Bali,'
country is over over 1963, I if the smallest H ::
tin I population hump How 1951 \ntuipated I Initial t I enroll

"VI'amonlt/ the country's .since High school enrollment JUNIOR COLLEGES TO THE RESCUE: As classes four>ear Instil eons strain the wall nit will be 2500. with the
body il i tn
idiirational institutions, only will hit 12.7 million this year, junior colleges may be able to absorb some students In the beglnmn ; tears, S t indent 10,000 b experts 1 1170! A
elementary! schools .urn to >
Mill from
feel up 4.1 per cent last fall ,
the I easing of niiil.tr institution is *i lu <1l
pressure in the Colleges will have 48
lilac future million, up 67 per cent. Office that half of the country high sore man eduratlonai t renth i Isle nearly 1 million I:l J. d to open In IVnsRola in

e In the_ school year now of Education estimates school graduates are now entering -, studies, dt-iibrs: the t-xpan- full and part time students I'M"! .
college another record sion of junior collides as the This i i-a !0 per cent rise over Public J Junior I collegesthe ?
most important development 1963. admission requirement

Junioi Editors Quiz on- Far more forbidding to col, in American higher education It i- t spelled| to top 2 million \ !generally demand nothlnu.
lege admissions directors are, in the last quarter century" bUn! fall of 1975. more than a high: school l diploma

, SCIENCEQUESTION the results of a projected sur National Education Association The 'number of junior colleges should lessen high v
vey which I reveals that by, calls these schools "the has been slowly climb school I seniors' anxktlrs.
1973, some 8 million students I most spectacular growth ing In I the last decade The about meeting the stiffer admission ,
the education opening of 20 new Junior colleges standards. of four
will be seeking degrees in I phenomenon on
colleges and universities, a I scene (this fall brought the year colleges.
.r whopping 67 per cent rise U,S. Junior college enrollment count total to 704, tornpared Ihe tWQ' ear iiiMitutlur IS.-
( over this fall's enrollment. om 85 per cent of It to 597 In 1950. This expansion should also save inonev for

During the same period, In schools supported by state should ease the pressure parents, because junior college
v and local on four. students usually can
elementary and high school governments, curS year colleges at
ut pt h i ,.. enrollments are estimated to commute from home An Uf
flee of Education statistician
hit 54 million Increase of
Itj an
1 DIFFICULT FOR STAR intimates that 30 per cent of
12.5 pep cent from 1964
\-.4 TO GET TICKETS POR'DOLLY' the qualified high school
r Qf TWO-year Junior collegesare graduates fail to enter college
0 expected to shoulder a for financial 1 reasons Idlir Ml'Dstn d tihetl out on the golf course, Tuesday -
NEW YORK (AP) Carol week I r-m touplea who want her
good part of this higher education Lakeside Calif, She is
WI Id. studies her \lines in on
burden. Channmg n ill\ tot romance but help ID get tickets Other long But Junior colleges will
is beginning to wish in many diataiue pleat have been re- only be able to relieve tome Joiatnii /lot a now film comedy Regular golfers werepreveuled
\ COLD (tr. its The Carnegie Corp, a non newlyweds weren't intent on calved from a Peace Caps mem of the pressure on four.year Moot plaving on their favorite links during

profit foundation which spon- making "Hello. Dolly!" part of her In Kmva, six fliers in South college l l admission depart shontiii):

their honeymoon trips. VIM Nam and a Ihienot Aires mcnts, most of which were -- "--'-
4l VICTORIA BC. (AP) Afulltcale The tar of the Broadway rancher who not a check to bm heavily overburdened In : ; :: ':::' :;,

AID frontier village Uaprmginj musical says that about IS r.- titketi. for a perfemiaoce in choosing this fall's student I Read the t W'd"_)_: 'tI.w: :
up at nearby Millitream quest arrive m her mail ejMffc I96|, bodies, : , ::
and will coat its owner t30.000 -- -.- -
k r / before It la finished next year.

1 g MOT With 16 buildings, hundreds of
e antiques and a variety of a
? y domestic animals, builder
al / Joseph Carlow says it should

\z make a major tourist attraction.
The buildings will be based
on old-stylt original designs and
does the the whole village will be surrounded
: Why flame of a candle standup
be a seven-foot stockade
against gravity? fence

"Indiana in Duncan have been
e e e carving a variety of things for M1W +

ANSWER: Gravity certainly does tend to pull things down the village including two 10-foot
'"u as you study our diagrams you'11 understand why the flame totem poles with seven-foot
.in the candle stands up. When air Is warmed, it tends to exi wingspans, another 14-foot totem
i p rind as the movements of its molecules become more active pole and a 10-foot whale." : IIIUYITnn.n..wr.
his I makes It less dense than cold air and thus lighter/ Since He found a lot of trouble getting .

cold air Is heavier, it sinks while warm air goes up. Like authentic pieces He spent .
warm air a flame is also light and tends to rise Another a year looking for an antique
i,'as'm It rises Is that the air above it gets heated and this locomotive bell and found a s

air then expanda, leaving a partial vacuum which helps suck 100-year-old one by chance THI IOJAI KaF ?! MANCJ '" OALAXII
me flame upward. "I don't want to compromise tOO LTD 4 DOOM HARDTOPof .
When air becomes warmed over certain heated spots on the the authenticity of anything in
earths surface, colder air sinks below It and pushes it up. It the village," he aaya, "I feel Now. look into the worlds
the movements between these warm and cool air masses
I is very strongly about this periodof > 5''r .'' ' .. . many
which cause the winds
our history because my grandfather -

e was one of the original
pioneera in these parts," rA""j1N"s
FOR YOU TO DO: Tear a ribbon of tissue paper and holdIt
over a hot radiator by one end; the other end will start toiruve r \
and lift up. This will prove that hot air rises.

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e F, GLADDING byB. ._

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The Improved lurle knot -- u

IN A PAST COLUMN we described -
the Turle Knot as the
standard knot for tying lines and
leaders lo hooks and lIes, with '"' MAR
turned down eyes, '1 hit, knot it re- Total Performance for'65best TMi\\J or
liable' if carefully and properlytied
; but nylon is creepy Hull\, andit
will slip if the knot is the least
ea bit faulty 1 his invariably happens
just when you're fast to a lunker, ---Aii.
r causing great grief and loud CUM #
ing. We have since doped out an I \
"Improved" Turle which is completely d
slip-proof, and we're happyto _
pass it along
the conventional; Turle Knot is
i t,ft r tied by threading leader or line
through the hook eye, then ismc!
v an ordinary slip or running knit
beyond the eye The hook is then
thrust through the some, and Ih( ,'
leader pulled tight' Ihe n",,-,
tightens around the hook shank
-i' and the knot should jam against
the eye. Sometimes, however, it
merely upsets, failing, to lock lightly ,
and eventually works loose
This is particularly I true if you arca
dry fly fisherman who uses tin) THI TOTAL. rt"'OMANCIMIRIAM
w flies and wispy leader points lo 100 SKIRTS COUH
fool fussy trout for the danger of

;rye slipping diameters,' i increases of 5X or as even you approach hoes year yet to go Ford !

CATCH TO IT--Yehudl Menuhin, American violinist,

does his best to answer son's questions. Jeremy wantsto From a new reversible ley to a brand new quietest ride ever New wider tread, new spa handMunci letter buys than ever. A livelier,

know about this Hampstead, England, sculpture.The tsaeunilaa was e11tIryr luxury series, the '65 Ford are to new you just tiouxneu, new Dig Six engine, smoother new Six -- 2 hotter V-8 options. 3-

ere rweww srr5ensr5s have to tee them fur yourself. New "cool" world of Minting . Fastback ted| Cruise: O Malic: optional

-=:J' New world of elegance 17 solid, quiet 2f2 joint the Hardtop and Convertible New would of economy: . Falcont with up

-..,., Fords, including a new super luxury srries- Many luxuries standard New options include to 15% greater futl economy at a new livelier

fertonal Service The Improved Tune Knot is the LTD 2- aruM ))oor IlardiojAs I New body, front due brake Six teams with optional 5 speed Cruise-O-
Agency With tied exactly the tame. the old frame and tutpention gut s tin smooth) vt New world of value 8 Fairljnei. 'bigger' Matic New battery saving alternator
version, save for one simple but

I When very important tying the running additional knot.step take u' ,I I'r Kest year yet to tf FontTcstDriw'Ibulllrfonmnce/
In'a turn around the douHU l A ottwt PtR/neuARr4
A dependable *(M>cy, tetpcoibU leader instead of the curomlrIone .W runuRA $AROtiR 65t
for protecting I you. your When lightened' and |jlm01cd I + r
family, horn and buatneae against the hook eve thew i twit'
.(.mat every Insurable threatof turns double the fnclon, of .the .1 -.
tau through a planned program Jam and lock the tie 10 securelv
ol proWcHM guaranteed that line, or leader will break Ion, w __
by companies of unquestioned before the knot will slip 1 FOHJMtlfir
/financial strength.
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lrc The accompanying; sketches FORD DEALER'S TODAY! TOMORROW! FRIDAY!

SIh A..." f+esbPie. show clearly how the extra turn
.. 1.141 achieves slip-proof security and COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc.
.p45. _. VI.rl/+ how the| loot it tied. Use it re
610 Taml.ml Trail Ml I
lijioutly; it will last you more Ph... 2-3154
than one big fish\ over thi long pull
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be given away Nov. 15th. NOT A TOY-IT REALLY RUNS! Fun for Grandpa ue well us the youngsters!

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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl-' >. FIR ThunJ.y. SipUmb.r 24. 196 '
j TMMsiQfi Let's Go

YORK (AP A mar. Fishing
tied couple, I pretending, not toM
is the sitiMtlim. And two
veterans: of domestli!( situation - _
comedies: Cara Williams,
lately wife In "Pete and
Gladys and Frank Aletter, 9
r r, onetime bachelor Buddy Flow. r
a' er, launched another of the ; '
r'l ? same Wednesday night on CBS 'Yet
7 Their bas is against his office Bf VICTORINE MURPHY

employee marrying each other, TIlls U the month when surf runners, jacks ind dniu
hence the great deception of skier channel being taken dally, lie ali,
.1; Show." In fishermen out
"The Cara Williams the
Into their ownl I ports appearance of '
I the first episode, Miss Williams, bass come
; the coastas
nut secretary lets Beaches all stars! '
a -ao-brlght
from Wiggins "The water 1s clear and pr ','
slip that she has a husband, well M passes
quickly elaborates that he's In j 'F to Whltehorse Key have peers for the next few 1 ,,

the cloak and digger business)\ 'been coughing up some real look good" he said
in fact Is a member of the CIA. beauties. Tom Kappauf of the Gulf ecu

...AI, Secretary and jarzy-talklng ., Redflsh have been struggling Fish Camp on Horse Cree
neighbor, pretending to be husband j for weeks for the starring likewise reports the appearance -
NEW EVINIU'DKS It W IBM Ul l.r in the F.inruile oulbo rd motor visit the boss In the even. many of
DO-S (tfowftrmmd) The flit hp role with such migratory Spanish this
line for 1DBS It the dtluxe 9U : there without
oPEvnrrudei ll for I IMS Ing, get caught and blues area. He said that short
R Snortfoiir (l> The Junction box liar twii clunimtcil on the IKIS, "liMh ramn ixiinplete gasoline during a and now they seem to have ly before Hurricane Dora mm
I with hift and el rtric dutch, glitz a are sent to the guest room for
Evinrude'i esrlinnr pmh-buttnn died Gulf
arrives .. From sources every up waters, lath,,
built-in Ilirrutor The motor Rte pu.hin" Kvinruilet; 18"font nutboirdbonti the night. Real husband won.
schools of mackerel
; for 19(14. tilt Sport l 16 (fon-KWincli und the !west( 1(1( providing transportation. Boss ,, where comes the word on red- some 0
remains gulled. fishing Terrlflcl the fish weighing as much a.

k Some lines are very funny, Not only are anglers taking eight pounds, were taken I I I
Taxpayers but taste occasionally slips toward them the hard way,-.-hip deep small boat fishermen.

II' Apt lo Pay As Much the borderline. In boiling surf Hong' deserted "If we don't get any HIT-,,
CBS also had an haur"The long outer beaches and passes westerly winds and the ware ,

special Wednesday night but small boat fishermen ire remain clear, I'm looking I Iw i
' Presldencyi" A Splendid Mis.ery. likewise; hauling them In round them to come back." He r rj i ,
In Taxes Next Year With Cuts It was a solid <<:history oyster bars and at points near diets "Trout are thick in t Ii,.

lesson, Interesting but not terribly r < M Inland islands area, too, and we are satin\ ,

By SAM DAWSONAP merit, or more borrowing. exciting. Six actors and a Xt Some anglers always regard lots of small snook In the dirt
Business News Analyst Some state and local officials narrator, using a desk and few channel bass fishing In late and four pound class;'

NEW YORK (AP) The are hoping the federal author other props, recited some of the September as something of an Forthesportsmlndedatijvii-r
emphasis on taxes is likely to ties will release some forms of words our presidents have spo autumn phenomena which often Kappauf reports that lady I lu,:
change next year For most taxation to them. This would let ken and written about their triggers a successful seasonon and blue runners are foUl d t i,
taxpayers the pressure will be the local collectors spread Into Jobs The show began with these favorites In the weeks profusion In the Gulf just m 1. -
closer home. And the fields now held by Washington. Washington's statement that on
applied to ahead, but there's no doubt side the passes. Reds arc 11
chances are that one way or Others are plugging for more assuming the president. he felt that In ting well In the area, abu, I
they're hitting greatser
aid to states and communities like to the
another most will pay as much, a man on the way said
U not more, in taxes than this from the federal tax collection gallows and Hardlng's that the 't... numbers than usual. and are favoring II+'t

year. which they think will rise con. White House Is a Jail and the __,., -. .. .. A record catch of 61 reds shrimp.
Both political parties are clderably U rates aren't cut president a prisoner. -v . >In one day In the Culllvan Bay Offshore angling for goal| '
promising some more federal further. Format of the program was to area has been reported by er Is good and both Captaii
tax cuts In Washington the Both President Johnson and examine the federal balance of ,; Capt. John Stephens and kitsbraherReysboardthe"Gold Ralph Odom and Johnny Morgan
question will be what taxes and Treasury Secretary Dillon have power, its worth and Its abilityto k of the "Sandra" out 01! th,

how much. proposed that next year federal frustrate a chief executive en Rule" out of Ship Ahoy atCoodland. Sport spot, report good cat
But at many a stale capitol excise taxes be revised and presidents battling Congress Guiding*51.Pelers- ches. Fishing with EjG. Ear!
and city ball across the nation some lowered or dropped. Dillon and presidents battling the Su. burg doctor and his wife on a stick of Naples, Morgan returned
the search will be pressed stUl says, "We have about 75 catego. prams Court] presidential pow.ers .
harder for kinds of taxes rise of such taxes on the books granted and assumed from BIG DODGES FOR 1965-Here is Dodge's line-up of 121-inch: wheelbase car for 1965. seafarl among the Islands, the to dock recently win,,
or heftier rates more, or more hand., today, and their labyrinthine the Constitution; power over the At top is the larger, all-new Dodge Polar. Pictured i. the two-door hardtop, one of six party also hauled In 19 amok what he described u a "fab!;
outs from the federal govern complexity requires, not the military, and the often wearl. luxurious models in the Polara line. In the center photo is the elegant new Custom 880 ((15 released) and 24 mangrove sized grouper catch;'

random repeal of a few taxes, some power to fill appointive four-door sedan featuring six side windows Below it the Monaco, Dodge's new prestige snappers.
but a thoroughgoing revision office sports model for '65. Dodge dealers will display the new cars on September 25.It On a previous day with two

based on a comprehensive study Most of the words quoted anglers from Baltimore, Md., Orange County
Apples Coming On of them all, which the Treasury were from presidents early In '. athEaarearg rrret uurrtataa.n StJphens reported back to dock
[ a u.:: ;
Fruit Counters In already has well under way" our nation's history Washing mmoa with 22 reds, five snook and GOP To Choose
The President says some ton, Jetterson, John Quincy 4 24 snappers.
Stores This Week excise tax cuts, yet to be spelled Adams, Jackson. Lincoln. II FUN:1 01' Airport JOHNiZATENotes tapt.; George Teaney. who Senate Nominee
out, will be proposed to Con. As might be expected some
also operates out of Ship Ahoy, TALLAHASSEE (AP) 11 r
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS grass U he Is elected. of Lincoln's remarks were used
ran Into fine snook action while Orange County Republican < ,
Apples, one of autumn's tra.dltlonal The Republican candidate, for comedy relief. About the
trademarks will Barry Goldwater, guiding Mr and Mrs.W.E.Taylor ecutlve committee had ti,r
be proposes
bother of constant
further cuts In individual and office seek. err cfcmr MOWNHONIUs <...., .. "_ ,_ ._'''' .. .........""" _........u.- _,_._ of Miami. He reported green light today to choose ,
heavy supply at fruit counters ers, he said, when he had con. wr. "' -- .
Income tax rates. Asa my leftover corned bee in with party nominee for a state se:
catch of
throughout the nation this open. corporate tracted a mild case of smallpox a seven large
for hash a sandwich screed Airport activity continues 'to October. Around October 20, a ate race.
Ing all weekend goal, he suggests a 23 per cent "Now I have something I can or snook, 19 reds, two grouper .
move along at a humdrum pace, five Piper Apache will Edgar Johnson of Orlando, tii
Food shoppers will also be cut for individuals spread oustriw give everyone" Corned Beef Vegetables and four sea-bass In the lb-
with 43 passengers carried on arrive In Naples, followed close, Republican nominee to oppose
greeted with attractive prices years. At the end French Bread 20
narrator .
for other autumn fruits such u Both the President and Dillon March noted that Indian Pudding 14 flights between Naples and ly by the six passenger Twin pound class. Incumbent Sen. Beth John si, ,.
talk of possible income tax cuts, though presl. CORNED BEEF Miami last week A few advance Cessna. On Wednesday, Blllle Weeks, also of Orlando, withdrew .is I
grapes and pears. but without naming figure, or dents complain about the bur. AND VEGETABLES bookings indicate the trend will Captain Mike Hallowell return. captain of the'.Llnda." report candidate.
In the meat department, pork, giving flat promises. dens of office, Americans are 4 pound(about) bone Ie.. corned be on the upswing around the ed Mondaytollowingafourmonth ed that Sidney Goldberg of Miami In answer to queries by ,'aril\
poultry and beef should continoue All of this> is based on the fortunate that there still are beef brisket first October, and all personnelat stint flying the Provlncetown Boston and party had caught 42 officials, secretary of State Tam<>
to provide best One good men to endure
buys willing the
belief that federal government 3 quarts cold water Maples Airline are looking route this summer. After a reds, 20snappers and 15 sheep- Adams' office said there wasp' t
national chain Is offering pork spending can be held down presidency Not a highly orlgl. 1 tablespoon mixed pickling forward to the day when more 30 day vacation, he will be as. shead. sufficient time now for ape< i I.d i
chops at 79 cents a pound, down while total collections, even at nal remark, it is true, but very spices action will be on the agenda. suming piloting duties on the primaries and the county iurt
20 cents from last week, at Its 1 lower rates, will rise because of comforting huge clove garlic, peeled Word comes from our north schedule and charter flights. who Incidentally Hal Whltfleld( organization: should name Its
New York City area stores. Increasing incomes and profits 8 small potatoes, pared ern operation that things are Capt. Doug' Hogan will be return. opentgShtpAhoyropona candidate.
At the vegetable counters,', from growing prosperity. Cynthia Lowry, who usually 4 medium carrots pared rapidly slowing down on the Cape, ing around the middle of Octabar some excellent night fishing for
t celery, cucumbers, peppers, At most state and local levels, writes this column, Is ill. 4 aerving-alie wedge green with most of the traffic being and after a brief vacation, snook from the Marco Island When the l lul handful "( r"
\ quash and sweet potatoes arc however, the chances of holding cabbage handled on Friday and Sunday will be back In the swing of drawbridge m been tossed at nenlvwcd-
in abundant supply. Among best, down spending are slim Indeed. Place corned beef In a kettle nights. These weekend commuters the winter operation. "The snowbirds "Anglers after snook will very \Ancient custom lids i I.. <.
buys should be cabbage, carrots .1 Demands for services for grow A NEARLY STRANDED with die water there should be will be on the wane after are gradually returning to have little difficulty finding satitifed. Long before thn" ui'
lettuce, onions and pota. fag populations, and for more STRANGER enough to cover; add pickling the first of October, and the the told. them If they pick their spot" churches of any kind u> pr' u.i '
toes. services to more demanding HAVEN Kan AP) A.A. spices and garlic Bring to a operation there will be resign SEWING GROUP said Whltfleld. "Some mighty tellings for the hallowed nt"<
This year's heavy fruit crop citizens multiply. Bontrager of Haven laid he left boil; simmer until tender 3: to ins Itself to the one round tripa fine ones weighing as muchas marriage, (run was used i
also promises to bring shoppers If Washington! gives! up some three five-gallon cane gasoline 4 hour. About 30 minute before day to and from Boston.With Mrs. Reynold Mullen will greet 18 pounds being) ceremonies to mvokt luiili
are taken
attractive ( canned and the members of the Sewing Group
prices or tax forms, such as excise levies beside this in mind plans now call for
I highway for his sons beef I II cooked through add ,
on the ThU> isn't
froien fruit. of the Naples Woman's Club at bridge supposed
on certain products, the states the first Lockheed to arrive in
to pick up and deliver to a field the palaces and carrot; add
Fish buyers should find at., 1 o'clock. Friday afternoon. The to be the snook season, SeaGolden
1 be able to increase their
may about October 4
where they were working. cabbage for l lut 15 minutes of Naples on or ,
tractive In stores air conditioned annex of the club but we've been excellent
prices many own take in sales taxes. One however the will immediate getting
When the sane found the cam, cooking Dram beet and ship
for scallops, oysters, shrimp way or another, they will be one wan half empty *; carve hot. Make vegetable 4 ly be placed in the uphostery house is the meeting place and catches right along" Gate
and hallbul. One northeastern scrambling even harder to find A thoughtful stranger In need servings of meat and vegetable shop for new curtains and Inter. any member of the Woman'lClub Both Capt. Hank Keith and
chain Is ottering halibut steaks funds to finance their Increased lor work and should is welcome. Francis of Goodland
had left 75 cents atop the half with some extra servings of the bereadytarservice Crane Gldley report
at 49 cents a pound. spending empty can corned beef here about the middle of Last Friday Mrs. A.J. a steady Improvement In Guest
was hostess to 17 ladles all in.
trout fishing. Thirty-three(!
tent on having their respective
trout, four reds and two snook
tables ready for the Ug and
exciting Christmas Bazaar on were taken by ..at'.." Cre o

I Thursday, December the third of Miami, fishing abord !Keith**
Mrs. Lowe Berger has asked boat
49th ANNUAL 49th
all out of town members to take Gldley at the Drop Anchor
I, note of the date Mrs. Earl Hod.ges Docks said action for trout
has luncheon plans for that from
Big Marco Pass 19 Horse
I 0t day, and says there will be enough Key hu been "cx ..ellent." He

t food for everyone In Naples said It Is not unusual for anglers
Mrs. Peggy Eccles is on her TRADINGSTAMPS'
I way sovth with her car loaded to return with as many
with goodies for the Sewing as 40 or 50 pounds of sea

Group, and Mrs. Merrel Boyn. trout.
I ton will be in town for the Frl. Favorite bait for trout \\n thi.s

day work session.Francisco area are Mirro-lun, and nylon
Jigs, he states. Redflsh
Vasquez de Coronado and snook actlonare also tops,"
was the first white he reports FREE

STARTS TODAY A.M./ TO 9 P.M. man to penetrate the northern Harry Varner at Naples Pier
plains of America, according states fishing has "vastly im
to Encyclopaedia Brl- proved" and that some good
It t Dart ol a great new wry tcmcmse

without increasing you Mtition
Where else would you find a DREXEL wood of brand names for Living Room Dining and IMPORTANT NOTICE budget Here ire just i lew of the
other inciting tree gilts and vacition
framed mirror which 6 months ago sold for Bedroom, Patio pictures, mirrors, chairs, privileges that in yours

$44.00 and now you can buy it for $14.50? recliners, rugs and carpets. Wall pieces, Prathtr'i laundry it is | olden tale goat
installing new equipment
Where else would you find a 4 piece American comfortable sofas, mattresses and springs, bedspreads during the weeks of Sept. 21 to Oct. 3. FREE GASOLINE

Bedroom suite for less than $200.00? Where throw and bed pillows lamps of every This is the first step toward a general remodeling FREE FLORIDA ORANGES

else would you buy a current pattern sofa in type and kind How do we do it? V/e buy of the Naples plant, to be completed R FREE FISHING

available fabrics by Drexel which normally better and sell cheaper, it's that simple, try us, before the starting of our winter season INCLUDING( BAIT AND TACK11

sells for over $600.00 for $349.50 When we shop us, and Compare anywhere, everywhere. FREE(Ion MOO AUTO E UN' ELIGANTNAPLES. TOUR
I It will be necessary during these weeks FLONIOA)
greatest choice and greater value, we mean .
say If divided term payments are desirable, we can to have all of our laundry and cleaning processedin a FREE PRIVATE
have of $300,000.00
it an inventory over
you adjust to most any needs. We carry our own our Fort Myers plant We regret that one-day PLANE RIDE
to choose from, that you can see, feel, try, and (OVER NAPLES ANt
service will not be
contracts, no outsiders are involved |lust you available during this time GOLDEN GATE)

buy. No pigs In a poke here everything and ourselves.All . but there will be no interruption on regular!

represented as it is, no seconds or damaged service .

goods, just real good style, excellent quality, four of our floors are packed and lammed

things you'll be proud to own, we are proud to so our display suffers but most important, you We sincerely hope that this will be no great YELLOW

sell. When we say everything, we mean lust can select from this great showing exactly what inconvenience future to shall our customers In the very AND BLUE
near we have
a much larger and
exactly that, Included are our complete lines suits you. better equipped plant to serve you. GOO SIGN '



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travel topics. I Duckling Is Great Cooked Indoors or Out


Uy ((also IROWNSTOMI Christmas
Associated' lrees Food fditot, Early

'JM ?lapla ?tomad The belt outdoor duckling

evti its prepared by, \r' a
1 III i I'< >\ \.r. (JAM-Summer means swimming, rlklngboetlng
mea, over a barbecue grill.tliii .
t'iwr ? I 14. I' I 5.a, ,w lI.ret' Having the .1 k 'n I ul So ,I> thblond. rji
MI ui A./t"Iine. cut up In neat-to-eat i ithe'n i'> ">ir tiara thinking about Christmas
By Anne L. Bowes covering them with "i .1 ,' I'> I I''even work around June I on 40 floats for 32 Christmas
'aivd s7's! > > < it odd moments while units
IlanPlester "' IP <1 will complete Mein building
TODAY hour. Arm i'''>ai' >
' '1''I'nredesashrwest' *'
duck got drained aiul I''
Multiple srlerusie Is a chronic: baskets over hot coal > IN \1.1. Tern !Sanford and Republican
disease of the nervous syster
,,. and is still one of the unaolvp Aa he grilled, turning' [Hu 1 ' H p-Mm. hobhv has earned Robert Gavin.
"' ('"' --- problems in medicine. Until lets often he basted U. N '.1< I' n i It lie and her lI..s Mrs Cllne laid! her "fnm.
the cause ia discovered posl. with his own barbecue aai.. t \A. I mtinltv Betterment" Host won
"'hi''f I Ii I 101"11.' InrludlalanI
tive treatment is uneveilabU can't give' you the ,mgre.1! ruts
Nerves within the body sr.. for that he wouldn't part witi I I i M'lM h, the White Noises.I' I Mrs Chamber! place it a recent Junior,

by nature covered with a I his formula. But it n 111I'i haM % br vr. f i I", started building of Commerce convert
sheath, much like the InsuU ,"i 1 lion In I aa Vegas and t float
been dry red wine xc I ii ,
I'N I: M t when" then lyeratedi
lion on a wire In multi\?14 entitled I
hone An odd corr\iM"3ii "h.I "Our American
sclerosis, this covering ie $e. i irin' ,., r. Mnears later
strayed and the bare. place {Ja tatted {rear. .. Herlla<<." took first place thla
, r" I It" ii'i-'' iiimiiercl.< l advert
covered scar scleroticlows If the <)uck la to N ked l 'year In Dallas, Te... ate. similar
ro'Z ,,
hOt diseast doors aay for Sunt>\ cannel 1 > ii.I i h met. a full time'I ,' ,nv.ntlon.
gets/ its name. As time JOe the woman of the tv-usc might
r on the scar tissue increase! like to have this n." tufting tune, known the lat II She enters floats! annually In

and eventually prevents the recipe recently tried at ourhouse. . Pllnei the Wilmington Azalea Festival,
J- I"-rliMs." Mrt.
I pasnage of nerve Impul el. This poultry drrs mg is the Cherrv Blossom Festival
Common symptoms of multiple the soft. breed: variety given, ,interesting i",\ '' i I'e' ,. nut I hutu theirf
Washington. D.C.. the Winchest
sclerosis blurred vl
are texture and flatoi 'I" J'',."
iiJ atop, numbness of one or more adding coconut end orange 1, I'w' ,,.mt,, ., personalities and I II t Va.. Apple Festival, the

.'T'' ; #;b of parts the of extremities the 'body,tremors weaknessand of, Duck may take to water '+II>' ;i i i 'fft I Ms also are listed Mjrlle Reich Sun Fun FfJtl-

:pj difficulty l ,in balancing end every good Roast Duckling ukr- "i-, i line jmnnf. the p..ploII val and other.
walking. It occurs in both to orange juice,. + a, ridden< her flats It iiHiiallv takes two weeks to
A STILL sears, and apparently is unre.lated e
ON morning, Stillwater Flow presents 1 1f mild a float but Mrs. Cline add
to race or occupation. Ii) ROAST DUCK WITH ORANGE I Mileit I I t final to Ourlnttei
I forested mountains, sandy the majority of caaea the symp COCONUT STUFFING i i I I Mn Hnnd\ visit when h* ,the "put un one parade with 30'loatt
bi-arhos) islands and calm back( waters Rockvrailroml ( l toms appear between the ageiit (tat "
2 tablespoons butter or margarine for sheIli I In one week. Sometimes
: u I IN I iiinnliii president
/ .! bed cuts acrn-s Flow nc.tr B('aver Rivor > 20 end 40. with rarely iiane
before the age of 15 01 1 4 cup chopped onion ? it.r I jot a persiMul" I I Ii t takes sin week to build an

after 50.The 1 cup diced*} celery Inv" union\,, to vl.lt the While I imiiul, float\ she added
r frequency of the diseasecompared 2 cUP loft bread crumbs
\ "; with other affliction 1 cup flaked coconut House )lie< wrote me a (Utter of The Cllne, their 2f-veur-inid

o>p l lnlncij damp threl 1/2 teaspoon sugar II'. (1'01.1.1 "" "t b.llh'lill'd, "II I III' OUl- Although an avid, Democrat 'IIr. the final" In 4 barn-like

timca mates.greater in the n ,northern la 2 1'4 teaspoon grated poultry seasoning rind door grill \ .. ,'1111' said "I do bnlM I mlldliHt: near their 'Newton home,

than in the southern pert ofWhile teaspoons orange fln-its f. 1'1 cup (about) orange juice
the US. 1 duckling slip situ| the traveled ,more I Iit with flats rejdfur forthiiinln -
there ia as yet no satisfactory
In medium or akil- ,, ,, 'i ,ooo ,mile diirlne the 1900 *. |'..ratl..".
treatment for multi a saucepan h111,1, ,t. ,.111. al 11.11. I" ,. 1 ,- ,.h1I1 I J ,' 1 ,1'" 'n' ,Ina I ji
pie sclerosis, general hygienic let, in the melted butter, slowly "'11 IIF .IIhl "I JIg 1\,1\ 1 I?, II"I t 10.1, ,"" < ,< I. ?",, ,orr' ''fII".1- Kiil>rriintorlJl "We ket' i tinimfm from, tear
*1111 and supportive measures are f cook the onion until tender end I' "Ih<< I .Ilhlil""15 ,,"I 1'11..1., 'uuI.cl I hI'''' 1"'" I' H ,i.I '\I, "I", < I' "ii "i-ptween, 'IMlnn' ,i-ril I ii[i tear to rut dwitcat Posit,"
help. They include maintenance golden, Add celery bread crumba, , 1111. I h'I mIsla' i 1" ,., IIIIt t" 1\1 ,,' ,", I. 'h' ?,I
of adequate nutrition1
rest and avoidance of physical
and emotional strain or Infec
tr tion. Alao of considerable helpto
the multiple sclerosis pa. Set alarm !

tr1rr Trent encouragement is the kindliness,of patienceand family your

and physician

A Nl'MRER OF QUAINT old cabins stand at

Hi-fiuT. River. Some were moved in from state
I land others built by railroad worekrs or lumber PET DOCTOR

edge.jacks. This one is made of wooden ties laid on ly A. W. Moue", D.V.M. Plymouth presentsThe

"Beaver River got started ment from Stillwater at the A
the year Pop Bullock froze hU lower end of the Flow. Other '

feet" say folks In the Adirondack than that you walk In, or hirea 65s

*. Tourists certainly didn't helicopter.The Roaring
stan flocking to the tiny town town was there before the

in the 19101, nor do they crowd big Flow was,and thereon hangs
into Beaver River today. That's her hardy history. Way back I

Just the charm of It. I knowof around 1875 a few lumberjack

no other American town Without camps and a sawmill form- in the morning !

a road I In addition it hasno ed I peaceful l. Isolated pin-

pubUcelectrlclty.no chu rch. point of humanity Then Pop
or school house only one tele- Bullock froze his feet while .
phone and one hotel. Folks are trapping, chopped off his gan- 4 new kinds of Plymouths, 60 new performers in all '

friendlier than beagle puppies. grenous toes with an axe and .
Beaver River sits plumb in took to a rocking chair. He

the middle of the Adirondack raised the first hotel to make ; I t Lf

Forest Preserve at the upper money and hired tiny Della to Q. My cal died when he well .

end of Stillwater Flow. This run the errands and house- II years old of lung cancer. f M'r

striking combination of several clean. Meanwhile the Black Could you tell me how a cat pots
thousand acres of public wood- River Power Authority decidedto
lung cencerf Martha lull, Hollywood
land and 135 miles of wild dam up the Beaver River Fla.A. )
shoreline make it a nature lo- and make a reservoir. This .. .itt"
ver's awl sportman's fantasy. plus a State law which Insisted Although we know a) tome. r

Few travel agents can tell you that all camps on the For- rhlngi Idol can oflvn, cause cancer, we rl
where Beaver River lies--It's est Preserve be moved with- do not' know all the COu... There It at / V .

seldom marked on a New York in 30 days or burned down yin no complete cur for all cams
State map. However the ham- caused a lot of commotion. Animals with the b.d t rJ! core end ,.

let is serviced by the New Beaver River suddenly became ,- clvlng a carefully ilctd diet con
contract cancer |uil' 01 con animals
York Central Railroad (Adir- a boom town. I.
Hunt which ore completely .glected. No r ua f
ondack Division) from Utica lodges and rustic ,alllla
animal should feel
owner any guilt .
had been built all the
and Lake Placid. Ferry ser- along hit pel did of Hill d,....*. Even when
vice is available by appoint- Red Horse Chain of Lakes and
cancer il delected In the early slogeysurgery
the Beaver Rive r had to be shift
to Intervene' II not' always pel.libl .
ed. and Forest Ran-
*. On of Ihepreblemdacingweryvet.rinarion
were combing the land.
gers Ii how to ,.11. pet owner
Soon between 300 to 600 lumberjacks wh.n on animal il Incurably III. Man* 'port Fury w 14v
descended for the lJoof Hardtop
parsons ate willing to accept the hxfjl'
four-year job of clearing the and act accordingly Others may be '
flow-ground. Beaver River became seriously dulreiicd, peclally I the", ---- 65 Fury

a boom town equaling illnti II e long lingering one The
anything In the Klondike during veterinarian con only advise and hap H'f the flame on he torch.

v gold rush days. Folks say k that the owner will allow the lufUrlnj' L.1-_. '>V; The top of the toD.r .

York was the State wildest town In New pel to be put quietly to .1.*, I( The blf geit, plushest Plymouth ever

Almost over-night three There Fury 1, Fury H, Perry III, and Sport Fury

more hotels sprang up plus a U.S. RefusesTo i' ' 'df "r 21 models. Overall length: 209.4" fur sedans,
s restaurant and a number of ( / 1 ../ '' 216.1" for wagons. Engines jo from a 32Stu.-In. "S".wer..aes,1

0.IW bars. Liquor was the lum to a 426-eu.-ln. Commando v-8.
Quit Giving
berjacks' solace. They would
work like oxen for weeks and
timber then To Congo Belvedere. Satellite r l
months cutting Help 3-daa Hardtop
come to Beaver River to relax. '
During this cuttlng-off period WASHINGTON (AP) The 65 BelvedereThe

(192126)), however a small Johnson administration hasijected ,i
problem occurred. Prohibitioncame I ) an attempt by the Or new way to swing without going out on a limb. rThere's ,- "

Into effect sll over the I uuzatlon of African Unity to ?
tp Belvedere is another rwnnletc IIn'< "I! i I.ins ?> mouths
I tint U.s. military
Beaver Rlverl
land. But not at t h.: .troubled Congo. Bflveleri I, Belvedere It and. Satrllite.
The moonshine business went "We could not scree to die II mod.l Qterup Irngth J03 I" fur v dim,, J08.5" for WHK-.I', r
great guns Homebrew (beer CUll OW' aid to the Congo with*, Engines a' ft, ,,11lH.tu -m. "n't-i a ala"" 'n C /mniuii'l' ''. I
with an alcohol: content of about :old the participation ol the Con.

yjo) and whiskey were the standard I role government at whose Valiant Signet
products. One man, a request I our aid Is given" State aR 3 dooe Hardtop
forest ranger by profession, ]Department press officer Rob "i,..

took a leave of and 4 art MoCloakey said Wedneada
week '
CYPRIOT HEAD Arch.' bottled 300 quarts a Other sources reported that 65 Valiant
he bad earned J resident Johnsons' schedule latoo
bishop Makanoa' t-ysr-eld in two year.
Greek; orthodox prelate, is 000. His motto was "You gotta : crowded with representatives to permit confer.of the The compact that hasn't forgotten.

president of Cyprus He believes catch the bear when the bear NIce:>AU, a M-natlon African groupat I' why you buy a compact.

a policy of self determinationwill U out" He spent his life fish : bas had U.s. support over Thcrt'i Valiant 100. Valiant 200, and Signet

enable a union with Greece ing ever since. tA..: years In Its efforts to attblVe II models. Overall length: 181.2" for sedans,
At one I theCongo.
US ," lax Engines go from s
sent into Beaver the United States wagons
Troopers This means .
'COUNTDOWN"for River to maintain order. Usually won't discuss Its aid program Barracuda I-door Sports Hi, 65 Barracuda I70-cu.-in. "6" to a J7J cu.-ln. Commando V8.

the tlmberbeasts would with a five-nation OAU delega.Boa
come to town with several hun- .: thai wants such aid -pri.arlly The fastmovlnf new fallback that THE ROARING

citizenship dred dollars wsges. They would I communication and seats I and Is priced under $2500.*
It was all drunk importation': e<< stay until up ')If, 1ugoeeI then take the train back to tn. the States II ......"'" ........ """ ..., ", ., ..-. .0, . "6' I', BELVEDERE'
B means United .. Engines go from i.-) 'in a
1 for another wen...s aiM. wNl -p oat N INy ru
j I 9 DAYS job and begin saving I its sided with the Congolese Nee} |i>d slaw ipjlKUl t "jlim*,. JTJ-cu -in. Comnun--!, I Fount bucket seats VALIANT

spree off I Iay government, whose leaders, See Plymouth In action on The world Series hdd-down rear Brat t I,7ft. I "f cargo space
the work
1926. Mill I nary denounced( the effort tsalt and tinted ,, 'Iw are stem) Ird.) BARRACUDA
of logs NCAA Football, and The Bob Hop Show. glen 'm r.
i LEFT TO was finished. I Americas .afllan
had been rafted away Announcement of (cue UA

over 4,0k().Q acres of naked land Ito ) altlon came after Kenya's forms at dawn PUMOVTM WVISIOM' i > CHRYSLER Plymoutfi
REGISTERDEMOCRATIC be fooded. The lumber-- Lnleter of state, Joseph stay Something for everyone..line Q MOTOeS UMfOMIIM

left. Th* water rose ovgt I tombs bad left for Washington.

i'TIh what Jacks bad teen S primeval pine{ C)her" OB African the) mission nations are repre.nted Che.;

forest.. ,)::111 evidence occasional of huge tKestt. : \ NlMrte, sad tilt WOOD CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Inc.
s.... D..i.E..u.I. !* rumps save .golf Arab Reputlle.
liii *. C.m" busy Y TM
1111 Wff*. M. M4'IcIt.. River "led] down to rpors.XXXtobecotft., Iran from s eoocUlstl com 2600 N. Tamiami Trail Naples, Fla.off.beat .
0.; .....
( weeks b,
order' w. ) DI.doo created two ago

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I tI 6 B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.ples F''. Thursday S.phmb.r 24 l lt N4 atarNq ,a, I ?" .o nil Chesapeake & Ohio Railwaywas
,. >t : > ;,> Huge Rail Merger GoesIn authorised to control the
> : thea.alllsg Baltimore ft
* * * ** * * * * *** .JI... <:p'- V. eat The Penney,announced the nation's larg.ma.Joe .

t jl ,Ar -.:; .' move railroad under the divestiture a

I!, 100 Years Ago. f ., ;' " Effect Next MonthNEW agreement Tuesday

.' ; ,.. Under a plan jointly an
Wi', \ORK lAP)-A might the Wabash and Nickel Plate nounced with the NW, 800,000
THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA r new railroad empire naarlj railroads, both major proper N&W shares held by the Pennsy
lout gears) In the making wit: ties, along with the 110-mile about one-third of the Penn.
link the Missouri Valley' tu the Sandusky (Ohio) line of the ay's total holding wUl be
nl) Fiends. Library & Hid"", al' ( oeimlnion East Coast next month. Pennsylvania Railroad, the 171. transferred to the N&W in 80,.
Civil IPir < rmennltl ( anmillfcSeptember Its formal creation under mile Akron, Canton ft Youngs XXXshare installments over the

* * * . . * * * * .. sponsorship ot the Norfolk 4 town Railroad and the 132-mlIe next The 10 Penney years.In return will' i re-
Western Railway will mark aSlant Pittsburgh & West Virginia
;;:-The Confederate War Depirtment; has step toward reorganizetijn Railway.The calve new M4W' 4 %8 per rout
that has ul the nation' rail network track for completing the debentures convertible after
toehy informed Major General Sam Jones u conmJarad -
dozen rational cleared last week three years Into common at $130a
perhaps a merger was
10 ll<4
hit communication of August rellOmmt'nJin& Railroad share but only by holders
! the promotion of Captain j.- Dickison, Co. H, NEW DODGE DART-Dodie'. sporty two-door Dart CT hardtop for 1965 features<< an sstems.The greater Norfolk & West pledged when the to Pennsylvania divest Itself of 31 .3 other than the Pennsy.
2nd Florida Cavalry, and that while the icmces: of this optional black or white vinyl covering for the roof which gives it a landau 'effect, The era, barring an 11th. hour hitch, per cent of N4W voting stock. The merger plan calls for Is.
I officer are highly appreciated by the department, . there QT hardtop is one of 20 six- and) eight-cylinder models offered in the 65 line of will begin taking shape Oct. 16 Stuart T. Saunders, Pennsylvania suance to Nickel' Plate holdersof
I is no petition known to which he could be appointed" family-sue Dart compacts The new Dart goes on sale at Dodge dealerships Sept, 25 under a consolidation plan in. chairman since last Oct. 1 45 of a share of N4W' com.
volving five other roads. and prior to that architect of mon for each share of Nickel

In i Communication to Union General Foster, General .. ,..e t..M J... +. .... : ...:: L. a Ji.-IIJi! ,i Combined, their tracks will the merger as president of the Plate.
H.tch aye, "the third U S. Colored Troops, on duty at I.L I. sprawl 7,800 miles through 14 NtW called the pledge an Next, the combined N&W.
this poet f JacksonMlle] ai guard for the Intrinthmoms, states and cross Into Canada "act of faith. Nickel Plate would lease, and
but will\ ; near Buffalo, N,Y. The Interstate Commerce eventually acquire the Wabash.
la very well\ drilled. an artillery regiment, not,
On the west, the tracks will Commission had conditioned The Sandusky line would come
I hope, be taken from me, ai their long practice here at g into the system on a straight
Naplesflotillai I.. link Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City, approval of the N4W expansion
the gum has fitted them well\ for the defense of this post Mo.; St Louis, Mo.; Del program on divestiture by the purchase for $27 million.
. . Colonel Littlefield should be tent here, or aome Moines, Iowa; Chicago, and Penney of N&W and Wabash The Akron, Canton II Youngstown -
muttering and disbursing officer appointed with funds other cities to the bustling At. securities totaling more than likewise would be pur.
I am now moving again about the I Honda cavalry . . Kills Odors lantlc Coast port of Norfolk, $400 million. chased, and the Pittsburgh ft
The state agents all went away and we had no bounty Members of the US CoastGuard One of the first and avery All the talk here ul Kite Vd, on the far side of the rich Earlier, the Pennsy had refused -West Virginia leased in perpo
Auxiliary urge all boat. about charcoal I is true' Pocahontaa coal country. to give up Us holdings tulty.
An from the of New York u now here simple rule concerns the
with money. agent city the whole men to take their own "refresh iik'hts of fuhlng vessels, and If 'YOU hmnt' heard it. it Hinged on the present N4W, a pending ICC approval of a pro. Pretax: merger savings were
Colonel Littlefield
money nearly spoiled er course" in a study of Rules ,t U constantly Ill-observed In goes something like this thriving coal'haullng line, the posed merger of the Pennsy and estimated by the N&W at $27
thing by giving authority to pawns to raise companies. of the Road.It out local waten All bouts Astronauts breath the same new system 1s expected to itn.erate the New York Central Railroad. million annually after five
The men were not those whom I Florida men desired to will be thaI this when underway MUST air over and over. The annual revenues of around Persistent Pennsy refusal, years
serve under, and they would not enlist The really l loyalof study embiacet seen a know idice out of the way of fishing keep vei- reason they are able to do $550 million This would put it railroad analysts agreed, would In negotiations leading up to
Florida are the most carnal men I have teen, and can of a wide rim((i Iff lUliJKt/ ""II! and must not disturb them this is charcoal filters which seventh among American rail have torpedoed the vision nur. the ICC approval, the N&W
be entrusted with the diction of their own officers They allied tu piupei bundling of with their wash They, however take the Impurities out. of roads, although It will not tured by leading rail executives, promised that If Its merger plan
will have none but good and competent men." one's bunt This includes cannot anohor to fish In the air place It among the top lOin of three competitively balanced went through It would studypossible
channels For the homemaker this mileage.As regional rail systems In the affiliation with the
September 2) After a march of 1)4 miles into the knowledge| if tin I ruler of or fairways means if she put a charcoal a moneymaker It\ would East where several roads have money-losing Erte.Lackawanna
interior of Vest Florida, Asboth'a troops lurpnscd the hiss loud, Hunts of way., whis "Rules of the Road," CC briquette in her refrigerator rank at or near the head of the suffered heavy losses In recent Railroad.
tie signals. lights fug .ilrnall.buoY'lft' ,
village of Euchte Anna early this morning, The General and marker xv.tcminitreH No. 160, may be obtained from then she'll have no more 100 major railroads Assets will years.
occupies the home of Giles Bowers Several squads of .aiy equipment; un board, the U. S. Coast Guard Offices food odors. It works total $1.9 billion. The third system started tak.Ing CALL TilE NEWS FOR
in Wi.ithinjr.ton, D. C.
soldiers the and the Joined with the N&W will be shape last year when the RUBBER STAMPS
are raiding plantations area, Negroes the cnmpuM, the chart, piloting
that they are bringing are helping to load wagons and instruments, tides and currents 'I .
hitch up the teams All white males encountered have been and IHUSI' allied tufajuts -
taken prisoner General Asboth makes the following report: Weather sense, and fundamental
"Nine prisoners of war and ( political prisoners, 46 horses of ground tackle '

with equipments, I mules and 18 stand of arms. With the and requisites anchoring. Piloting are: ii important a moat SEE !

prisoners are W 11 Terrence, militia Colonel fint Lieutenant ImouiUnt pint of navigation;
I until M. Gordan, Itth Confederate Cavalry) ana\ icquireit the mOlt experience JLjlflCHEVROLET
William Cawthon, an influential Rebel leader, and Allen and belt Judgement -
Hart, a wealthy Rebel beef contractor. After making Therefore, the boatman should ,
proper! arrangements to secure I large nuqibcr of beef- make every effort to be a
cattle on the Shoal River, and actually destroying Doug good pilot

lass Ferry, on the Choctawhatchee River, with all the There i III only one way for-
smaller boats in the vicinity, I will resume my march one to learn how to handle!
tomorrow to Cerro Gordo, with t view to cross the hli boat correctly That WilY TODAY ATI
Choctawhatchee River My troops, although continually is by practice alone. No amount .
I exposed to heavy rams, ire in good health and excellent of printed matter can accompllbh -
I The with tho this However, It I.a is
spirits. prisoners, arms taken, and the un-
fact that of basic
knowledge, -
servicable horses, also 16 Colored recruits enlisted this day, principles which compose
I I send to Le Grange (Four Mile Landing) to be received successful bout handling
goes '- -- -- - ---- -
there by quartermaster steamer Little Dtilt. Before leaving a long way, In conjunctionwith I iL
i Euchee Anna, a Union raiding party destroyed Douglas an equal amount of experience -
Ferry and small boats on the C octaw atchee River, beef Greater perfection Is
\ cattle on Shoal River have also been rounded up. to be obtained when the skipper -
becomei familiar with
Commander C. K Stnbling, commanding the Navy his duties upon the water and
I Yard at Philadelphia, is today designated to command the when he practices them. lie
East Gulf Blockading Squadron and will travel to lCey should practice them on every
I Test aboard the U. S. S. Nephew which is presently en- occasion! whether or nut hit

route from New York, Captain T P. Greene, temporary fellow. boatman does
commander, will be retained in the squadron in an appropriate - ---- - - INGRAM J

capacity. Stribling is informed that the headquarters

of the squadron which was removed to Tampa because of Ui 00 Boafrnqf
yellow fever has now been re-establuhej at Key West '
He will command the Florida coast from Cape Canaveralon & ** *'

the east to St. Andrews on the west, Including the
Keys adjacent to the coast; the Bahamas as far east as the
Crooked Island Passage; and the shores of Cuba including ,
the passage between that Island and Yucatan The U. S S.

Site laiinto, repairing at Portmouth New Hampshire, will
be sent to Key Vent to be used as a flagship by Commander INC

Stnbling The schooner BnurcgtrJ, the bark Midnight, IO\T 1'AUTNHtMIIP
and the steamer Iwioml are under orders to the squadron. HAS A1)\AMA.E-S<< ,
The Navy Department promises.. Stribling that It "will I'll Inn"'liir" hint made It |ioi.
endeavor to provide him with i squadron sufficiently Lie fir many |plod| l, lo (yet stirtrd I
ample to maintain an effective blockade, and give protec- In doming Although sin le ownership 130 NTH ST. NORTH NAPLES PHONE MI 2-5105
|10 far andprcilmlilv
y loinmnn
tion to the commercial interests of the United States" ,the, I>rI Ut In he Ion)
run. It ,In nut >t ill uniiMml for two
September 24 "resident Abraham Lincoln, in an thrli
nr nine "p.rtnrri In pool nionryIn
executive order issued today, designates Pensacola and seven I bray a limit, u
other Southern ports, "as places of purchase for the United three lie Rituall "" 1'.1 advsnlayer IMDAI,A 'lllpenJpn ,yreG
States of the products of States declared in insurrection." boat( ninrdinii in niulliilr| In ownership IhfIn.udo of s

Heating News Smiir For nor 'ilnnp!
run paitnrr run MI hem nootinj
with i rrl.htily mn.ll mve.nnent.Itunllny .
Smoker Says Hindi and Wales in t'nllll'on| i. n.iuill> mere
Destructive surges of water fun than Imaling, linr .''hl I with spiilnrrohip
WNENWIANIN4DEaRIfUSrAnE are caused by many fortes, its not haul In pet I
ASTNISMANISDOINW such ai high Minds submarine "rrrw" III|"lhl'rnnlhrl 8,1"18"(
t ii. that lilrl' "..1111,10.1'| i II-I.l < an heIiI.I..d ,
earthquakes, volcanoesand llir COIISIo onvisneLEWe "'
aiming (lailnrn
earth slides,
Despite the
This pminrri-lili nxlrm' ran run
tt '
term 'tidal wave, they are a few pain I I' me krpt
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driven waves wreak enormous l h) all rOllr..rru"I, no more than NEW CHEVROLETS ----
e 1 damage, but am far three |iarlnrr> liliiiiiUI Iw. roimldrmllili .
teas overwhelming than explosive 'ally, ,petit vlioiild lir lone
subterranean lima uquainlonira with mutual
nrivliip should lir Irmly otillmrdin
y A w exceed 60 miles per millfii fiirin, sod xuirril upon|
hour, while those from a violent li> all pallor, lliit iirmurnlhoulii .
undersea source may Imliiclr null, things UP. the
reach more than 600 miles an ,iiililt and ir.|'oii.iliilitiii" ol' ,'a, h /JP:
hour, lailnrr, .1..lflr.| IOIK'rinmn liltuw .
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Lyric Writer Wins with Fat Warm Rich Honest Ballads Fwsh from.. "....., ,..,,.."- '

Sleek New Corsa in '65 Corvair Line I' I Ii

By MARY CAMPBELL Somebody," which h* did not Hebrew melody "Bel Kfcr But
AP Ntwtftoturei Writer write "Frank Sinatra recorded it du Schoen." n

NEW YORK (APLyric) -ai the same time Buddy Clark His only excursion Into set
I writer Sammy Cahn winnerof UUH doing" 'I Love Somebody, ting his lyrics to his own music
Academy Awards for "Three Coma in the Fountain. > ei I Ilo.' Fhej liming waa wton$. followed a visit by one of his >
"All the Way" "High Hopes" and "Call Me Irresponsible Now Dean Martin has a hit with four sisters, who was amazed to f

considers himself the mOlt expensive linger In .u." find hint all alone early one Saturday
the world. "I all Me Irresponsible" had a evening during the 1940s. ..........-

---o.. "ftA_. ._,_",, If you, '''ugh ti ne getting started, too. He explained, "For people in <
what hear i ,ihn and Van Heuaen wrote it show business, Saturday night lathe J
like( you you
1 mo The buyer of a Van Heu.rnCahn ,
12,500." oen M..U ago when "Plpl"Ikl'"le loneliest night in the week"
Calm who has tuna get the right to vis, I (\>Condition". planned After she had gone home, h* hwn ..A
-with Saul written hit and publish th. aong. The .writers .is d \ehule, I for Fred Aataire.U decided his Saturday night phras ,. I
oonlo Chapllttf"-Iul.
and Nicholas get the 112,500 and future rcn al- ..i tic p".d.t. went on the ahelf.Ulun .
Styn Orodllky, for
the studio decided to
the pan few years hat written "Wher' Love Has Cone" v esSAIIY , HOLD THAT FISH
with James Van ak II i' '"'M* in 1963withI FRY
"We never write the first song Cahn had auditioned i h'' 'u,ison-the plan was PALMETTO. Fla. (AP The

tion.. We write to order 01 speculs- before Joseph Len i. s,cogs. But Cahn and Palmetto unit of the Florida National '
body'a order Sinatra cilia-my. "After I started singing, I beget \ II"
he wants to do a said planning what I'd say to h ''I j. ,> I' ru ',ng was put in the fish fry because the general\ said
and we write 'Come flying album when I finished 'Well, new, I'l ,. ,::'.>,ic, ana..ii won .his year'a the cook couldn't cook.
I Me.'. My with tell you what If you like It, 01, At aden""\ Award, Capt. Don Flower said the

I'' Recently Joaeph Levine asked owe us 12.500., I If you don't, we i shn, noting one of Olesson's unit planned the fish fry to raise TIM Contain for 1965 step out with I smart lead the I96JConar! series, lull"<
, them to compose the tale will give you the song gratin. 'Ies, sa> j, "How sweet it was" funds to add recreational all-new continental at)Unl. For the first time since Sport Coupe, Sport Sedan, ConvcrG,.., and two
I for the movie, "Where Love King has However, if it gels nominated for facilities to the guard quarters Its Introduction In 1959 body line of Chevrolet's 500 models! On September 24 ('he role, dt tau I
Gone" an Academy Awardyou will then Remembered Firsts E -Sheriff Roy Baden, long rear-engine car have been eomplctelv! changed The ships will display various models (the l>. t ,.

"We saw the picture and it's owe u* twice And if it should i .ihn,, bum 51 I years ago inNm recognized as a master of pre. Con Sport Coupe (above) and the Convertible singer care offered/ by the companj in tdt; .
win an Academy Award, you willow 1'rk "so far down on theI .
deep and brooding. I told Van paring fish for a fish fry was
u* 150,000, Now you're a l AIIN: I ,wer I ant Side that Delancey <
Heusen that we needed a melody engaged to preside at the cook '
gambler, Joe, and well gamble Street wuk recalls hiaI .
' uptown, :
he'd fire
similar to one already writ '
He said with you what h* i* d. 'g i >.' |ila> Hrst published song, z. I
ten. okaywe'd use that That war the rub. l
"Just then I finished singing, the tune that I' I i 11..e ti.>rt of th melody ia a candidate for
and he his 'ii
jumped to feet and ." to the publisher with father
"It has a range of an octave said, 'It fa sensational' so I bung because I was a minor my, I had Sheriff The guard, aa a military .

and lilt notes, and moat songs never said any of it to him" Styne dropped in. written a song called 'Shake unit, cannot mis in politic. IRVING DESFORAP
are written at about an octave Cahn says when he wrote with "I thought he'd tell\ me he'd Your Head from Side to Side,' It Certain entice argued that Newifeoture .. -

but we thought, whoever sings Jule Styne the tune usually do it over for mej" Cahn says represented a dance mov.mentwhich Baden'a presence would be SOME INTERESTING ws
best of luck
this, to him,
were written first With Van "but he said it political
wsa pretty good has curiously com back.
"I write, 'There must b. a Heusen, it's usually words first The issue war taken to the thoughts about the future of
world world and he continued on from there. I think it t* part of the frul now,
', a where love has followed by music H* retail his first recorded state adjutant general, who ruled photography were expressed

gone. Too many worlds.I changeit "I read the script, 'Papa's For Worm Rich and Honest song "M\ friend Lou Levy was that Baden couldn't take part. recently in i radio interview

to place. 'There must be I Delicate Condition' and I saidto Cahn ia not worried about being dancing in black face at the "We've postponed It," aaid what cameras and

place.,' a And place where love hasgone. Jimmy, 'Would you like a shoved out of business by Apollo with Jimmy Lunceford, Flowers "It will be held later" what changes in film processing
pretty" soon we're title "Call Me Irresponsible," rock 'n' roll "In the midst of and he told me, 'He needs a song lie ahead

singing the song because all the way through the any current eras in music thereto for his band.' So I wrote 'Rhythm The man gating Into the crystal
Cahn says writing a song Is script thus man la called irresponsibl i always what we in the business Is Our Business for Jimmy ball was Wolf Tehran, a repre

fun, followed It by had work- *. And I live him the i 1 call the fat warm rich Lunceford; Saul Chaplin did the A ?FROM LITTLE I sentativ of the Camera Industries '
polishing to perform for the
first three lines of lyric I I honest ballad.
They recorded It, One of West Germany. Me had
who ordered II,
person Van Heuaen plays the "H* just looks st the pianofor H* ia equally unperturbed line went 'If you like rhythm on .i, SPARKS. just returned from a three-momh
piano, awhile, and we do a great about a song which falls to become your radio just write I In and let . 10,000-mile tour of the United
Cahn sings and they practice deal of talking, and then he goes I a smash when it cornea out, ua know That show how long V States conferring with photo
until there GIANT FOREST
are absolutely no to the piano if he knows I "
ss what because Cahn believes that a ago it was the
hesitstions which deal era in every section of
might Indi- was a good song title, wrote good song eventually will come The first Cahn hit was in 1938 fl.W'FIRES GROW! : ,
cate that they are unsure of the lyrics and had country
completed two i I to public attention. when the Andrews Sisters warbled "With camera getting smaller
rightness of what they've wntten. lines of the r w
melody when Jule Hementioa"Everybody Loves his old Illbr
new lyrics to an and smaller, Wehrsn said, "the I

35mm forms is emerging as the
5 ,
professions ana today and in r
the near future while amateur r '
photographer are likely to wind 5'
up with cameras in 16mm format

"About 20 years ago, standard
professional cameras were In the
4x3 sire hI recent years, the
2 1/4 a 2 1/4 was dominant in
start in different directions
running the magazine and press fields
with J5mm a strong competitor PICTURE OPPORTUNITIES: such Ii\ ti, m,

Rut today, 90 per cent of all preserved only because a camera 41 >i

cameras made in the world are moment. Cameras the future will b, ,
in '" dol I l it
35mm In size It la firmly eslsb-
fore convenient to have at all linnim I m.imoments. 1 I
N lished In Industrial and scientific
work ss well aa with amateur and The thoughts and this pi lute ninth ii

professional photographers Wolf Wehran of Stuttgart, Germany, Th, shot. .iwith i- III'< I

_- . "!\il it Is no longer convenientto a Zeiss Ikon camera: at l/12Mh ciond! .HI, I I I Imsss
4 I carry a 35mm camera with you
all the time," he pointed out.
"With ita accessories and case processing and enlarging a radian i I heat pro.
It has become a handful to quality such ss there I la now in lival. the I l.it t, nl imayi
35mm photography, the 16mm field "The rh"I"II..rtlrl i "
handle W* go to the office daily I
will come into ill own is a mass his pi L nit i with ii" ,
, .. ,. pr make lull trips in our daily
e sass .
routine and there are many picture market.! I think a complel. 16mm camera, wind the nun, / OJ
to opportunities we come across system will be developed in the tiled mstrnul thruliJI//. a ,i. ,
Sect 10 yesrs." home or anywhere I' 1'1'' "
ifwe hid
a earners handy .some
thing, say about the size of a Wehrsn's scrutiny of lie crystal be and and' ", ball became more concentrated ,n. '" 1
fountain pen or cigarette lighter./
,r+ "There are some well-made "I believe the photo industry cica or prims. It i is i '.
7 7I miniature still cameras presently will some day eliminate the processing practical arid ,ihr n, i l lduslry i I''

1 i on the market but the processing operation ss wo know It thinking' I i- it, ,
and printing operations are ri today They will dehydrate It lion."
r pensive! and the result are not thai la, take the water and the If yiw i-in'l buy ., S
mess out of It. processing sue like .id,.. ,
yet fully acceptable by the pub
lic. "Instead of liquid solution you can vhup around (I'"< ,1\ ,I
"With technical advances in and time and temperature factors, hall. It certainly, make I" ,.,,.' I ,

films, optics and automatic u. it would be aimpler to deal with pictures' --

posur operation; with a world- '
standardized I 16mm cartridge and 1 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples, FIG. Thuriday, September 24 164II 7Brw Iaf


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NEWS N.pl.i FU. Thursday, S.pt.mber 24 l 1..4
Grid Star Brown Gets Things Off His ChestCLEVELAND
j i Pro Jimmy wrotei On the racial issue, Brown Negro The Black group Muslim that advocates sect U a

what have to the be said. As tar II football goes, comment on the article, which touched ont "Although I was billed as Paul'sIs "The first thing the white separation of the races and I
: (API Pro I say Negro man must understand Is the preaches a theory of Negro
football' star. Jimmy Brown of fullb(k said Monday in ,a. it won't make any dlff,rmc*.U from a book authored byWhite racial attitudes "1 star performer, I had wanted no rela., depth of our protect. Does he supremacy I
with him. I to
II the Cleveland Brown,says he U plaining torn statements he I can product It won't matter.note Brown entitled, "Off My protest prejudice, but I am a tlonship aloofness put him be. realtM that the Black Muslim'sbasic "I am not one of the Mus.Urns .
member of th,Black Mut* made on racial discrimination And If I can't, then It doesn't Chest" prejudiced man. The white man but his . six attitude toward whites Is ," Brown said. "Yet I'm all
Urns but supports the views pf InUhls week's edition of Look.matter either" Among the things Brown a has forced me.. to be prejudiced under yond approach.Paul Brown my were years$50,000.a.year as shared by almost 98 per cent of for them be the Negro organisation. "That doesn't matttr to'm.," A spokesman for the National player now In his against him. could stomach ." the Negro population." !! element going for us.
"Some people may not like he went on. "The thine had to Football League club declined eighth season with ClevelandF.x.enarh; Paul Brown much as

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